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TOE 0MA11A DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1D0G.
CHAIN AM) PRODUCE MARKET
f'flilir It flanc of LiquiJatioa in Decern-
btr Wbet it Etty.
PRICES CLOSE THREE-QUARTERS LOWER
Hews Geaerally C'oaslraed Bailies),
bat Trade la Light aad Market
aggl.s-rra It alee L.wn
OMAHA. Nor. I. 15.
iPrlree in whrtt essed oft to1ay under the
ine.Wnre of liquidation In the December.
fcajHilM were sllghty and at the close prices
re c under Saturday. Newa generally
Wii construed aa bullish, but despite thla
trade Is light and the market eae aeem
lugljr of Ha own weight. Receipts ware
rnucn smaller than a year ego.
Tha visible supply showed a smaller in
crease than a year ego and nortnweatem
tocka showed a small decrease. Argen
tina crop newa waa of a bullish nature.
Corn ruled weak the entire session, a
depressing effect on valuea resulting from
the favorable weather and larger recalpta.
Offerlnaa from first hands are more liberal
and at tha aame time the raah demand la
aiow. Export demand la poor.
Prlmaiy wheat re. e. pie were 1,270.0I
buihel and ahipmenta 488,W0 btisneis.
agalnet recelpta last year of 663,000 buahela
and ahipmenta of 721.UUO buehela. Corn re
celpta were 638,000 buehala and ahipmenta
rtl.ioo buehela. against reoelpla last year
of 7i6.000 buehela and ahipmenta of 805,000
tv-.thsis. ( laaranoee ware 2fc,'i buahela
wheat, 1 Jt.fr buehela dm, &u,(KX busheia
oats and wheat and flour equal to MO, OuO
Liverpool elos-d i lower on wheat and
, unchanged on corn.
The visible supply of wheat Increased
ra.Ooo buahela. corn decreased 87.000 bush
In, oata decreased 188,000 buehela. World's
whrat ehlpmenta were 11.904,0l) busiiele,
corn shipments war 3.667.000 buehela.
Broom hall seva: "Latest cablea from
Argentina report firm market with light
aupplles; locuete are (aid to have now In
vaded the eouth and to be threatening
damage everywhere. Weather la a til too
dry; the ahowera In Buenoa Arret do not
appear to hara done much good. The gov
ernment offioJela have put out a ridicu
lously high estimate of tha growing crop,
namely, 1.700,000 tone, thla with a smaller
acreage than laat rear and with expecta
tion of a poorer yield, la, of courae a mani
fest absurdity. Laat year about thla time
they put out a preliminary estimate of
C.otiO.OOd tona, while tha final waa 8,670,000
tone. Commercial authority agree that tha
growing crop will ahow a smaller yield
Local rang ef option:
riled by the New Tork Produce mr-hange,
wee se follows:
Wheat .17. If.lOO bit.: Increase. "Mm bu.
Corn 3. 7.'i m hu. ; dcrreere, 37. o tin.
t el t.nKi.tio bu ; diT, bu.
nye i.Mt.mn nil.; Increase. 27.i bu.
barley 1.4w,(m) liu.; Increase, 13tV0 bu.
U: IORK I.KKRAI, M tRKKT
rtlcles. Open. Hlgh.j Low. Cloee. Bat y.
Pec. . .
at, W gru g74
71 7S 71 7l
v spa u tt
Omaha Cash Fried.
WHEAT No. I hard, 6a9c; No. S hard.
rrfltWc; No. 4 hard, 6S7c; No. 1 spring,
CHRN-No. 1, -Hfl4e: No. t yellow, 41
ClHc: No. I white. 41fi41H5.
OATS No. 1 mixed, iiHUMc: No. t white,
tiv,trtiic: No. 4 white, iigsifco.
RYE No, 1. 60e; No. . Wo.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
K ansae City
CHICAGO GRAI1V AID PROVISIONS
Feataree at tha Tradlna: ssl CIoataK
' Prices oa Board of Trade.
rhjetCHICAOO. Nov. . Fresh reporta of lib
caused moderate weakneaa today In the
of wheat In ! the northwest
local wheat market, tha December option
cloning with a net lose of Com
woi down 4c Osta showed a gain of o.
I'rovlelons were off 6fi7VM!.
Trading In the wheat pit waa llfelesa and
sentiment waa bearish all day. Tha In
activity was largely due to the reluctance
of. traders to npsn n- tmunta In the
laca of a holiday tomorrow. The main
Infiueno of the situation, ' however, waa
the conditions In tha aprlng wheat terri
tory. Weather In tha north weet waa much
more favorable for the movement and It
wa claimed that If the rallroada would
furnish cara ahipmenta would Increase ma
terially. One report from Minneapolis de
clared that the crop In North Pakota as
indicated by thrashing returns la running
much larger then hae been estimated. Out
side of this there waa little In the newa of
the day to Influence the market. Primary
recelpta were still small, the total arrivals
today being 26 per cent leas than for the
corresponding day one year ago. Tha mar
ket closed weak. Pecmmber opened a shade
to He lower at 74c to 74S'S74'c, aold be
tween 73So gnd 7414c and closed at 7XVl
74c Clearancea of wheat and flour were
equal to M0.1 bu. The amount on paasage
decreased 32.000 bu., and the visible supply
('Increased 8W.000 bu. Primary recelpta were
l.m.uuo bu.. against l.OU.ono bu. laat year.
Minneapolis. Duluth and Chicago reported
recelpta of P6S cara. agalnat M4 cara laat
week and 1,316 cara one year ago.
Weakness prevailed In tha corn pit on
elllng by aeveral large commission houses.
V'eather condltona were favorable for the
rop movement and receiving houses re-
trted an Increase In country acceptances,
oca I recelpta were larger and the esti
mate ror tomorrow waa for atlll more lib
eral arrivals. The weakneaa of wheat had
also aame effect on the corn market. The
close wi weak. December opened c to
Wf lower at 43fcc to WHtujii-c. aold off
Vto 4ic and closed at 42Nit.Ne. Local re
celpta weie 830 cara with 137 of contract
,v Iwaplte the easier tone of wheat and corn
the oatt market waa firm. Commission
y houeea and caah Intereata were active bld
; 4 dere all day, but offerings were not large.
Tha market rioted firm. December opened
' a shade hlKher at 14:,-aiS4',c. aold between
64o and 14c and cloaed at 4Hc. Local
recelpta were 173 cara.
Tha provisions market waa weak on gen
eral eel ling, which waa based upon a de
cline of MjlOc In the price of live hogs.
At the close January pork was off 7Va
at tl37lk. Lard waa down 7Wc at 18.40.
rans were Bi;'c lower at Wi.Mivff..
Estimated recalpta for tomorrow: Wheat,
17 cars; corn, 4u7 cara: oata. M cara; hogs,
The Board of Trade will be closed to
morrow, election day.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
af the Day
NEW TORK. Nov. 6 KI Of R Receipts,
hll bhls.; exports. 4.44)1 l.l.le. ; ilH 410
pkgs.; market null and slwut steady; winter
patents. S3 f 4.o; winter sirslgnt.
W.KKijaoi); Minncntn pstents, 14.14.16;
winter extras. tiWul tO: Minnesota bakere.
U uii: w inter lo m1i. 11 ;.Mll.i4. Kit
flour, Arm; flr to xi1, '.itg.ni; choice
to fwncy, J3 Kfi4 15. Buckwheat hour, steady,
lar'S Hr spot and to arrive.
im . rv y iir.A 1 nteauy, il ia per i"
CORNMlvAL Steady ; fine white hnd yel-
RTK Firm: No. 2 western, c; Jersey
and state. e'qWc, delivered New York.
BARLKY Hieady; feeding. 431 44c, c. I. f.,
New York; malting, 4(;61c, c. I. f.. New.
WHEAT'-.Recelpts. 140,600 bu : experts,
151. 09 J bu.; sales, 1,260,000 bu. futures. B(ot
market eaay; No. i red. 81Sc. elevator;
No. 1 red, 87vc, f. o. b., aflcat; No. 1
northern Puluth, c. I. f., Buffalo;
No. 1 hard winter, 7K,o. liquidation waa
responsible for a sharp decline in wheat
today. The weather, a bearish Ohio state
report, llbcml world's shipments, easy
cables and weakness In outalde markets
all contributed to the break and last prices
showed VaHc net loss. May, R4fiK4 13-16c,
closed at MSc; Pecember, tl2S'U3 6-ltic,
cloeed at R2c.
CORN Receipts 40,425 bu.; exports, W.OO
bu.; sales. 45.000 bu futures and !oo bu.
spot. Bpot market easy; No. 2, h'Ac, ele
vator, and 66V4C, f. o. b., nfloat; No. II yel
low, 65Hc; No. 2 white, 6f5,c. Option mtr
ket opened steadier on a bullish cauh sana
tion, but eased off with the west, closlnm
V4f(i0 net lower. January closed at f2c;
May, SO 16-1&&MHC closed at 61c; Decem
ber. 53HB64Ho closed at 63c.
OATS Receipts, 229,400 bu.; exports. 40,-
204 bu.. Bpot market firm; mixed oats, 24
to 32 pounds, 3c; natural white, 30 to :)
pounds, 8SHS404c; clipped white, 38 to 4
FEED Firm; spring bran, 122.10, prompt
shipment; middlings, 122.10, prompt shipment.
HAT Ktesdy; shipping, 80c; good to
HOPS Quiet; atafe, common to choice,
crop, axtfMc; Pacific coast, 190H crop.
. HIDES Steady; Galveston. SO to 26 lbs
20c; California, 21 to & lbs., ?lc; Texas
ary, u to 30 lbs.. lc.
LEATHER Steady: acid. 2702Sc.
PROVISIONS hMif Arm- limllv 11 ? RO
VI. HIO : mess. MOCttftOn- beef him. 11!1 fttfr
23.00; packet. 10 6oiail.00: city, extra India
m w.p" ill I'nr menTH sTeafiv
Pickled belllee. ll(lil?Hl r.l,.WI.,l bom.
IlIoofMiso. iArd, quiet: western prime.
.60ro.0; refined, steady: continent, I10.no;
Bouth America. WO 7R: rnmnonni4 t? 7U.fJl
s.i4. -otic, nrm; family, rorffl60
Short clear. 117.04i 18.50; mess. 118.00118.75.
TALLOW "Irm : cltv (8? ter oka.i. V4c:
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra
JM'tie'Vic: Japaneee. nominal.
bui rEKr-Klrm; street price, extra
creamery, zrc: officio! nrlcea. creamerv.
common to extra, lt'WHc: held seconds to
rxira, iiifl jbc: stare oalry common to fancy.
l!ff26Hc; renovated, common to extra, lfHg
23c: western factorr common to flrats
C'SOc; western Imitation creamery firsts, iH4,
CHEESE Quiet: state full cream, small
rancy, I3"4c; atate, lecember best. Kc:
atate, fair to good, i:ai2Vic; state, October
best, 2Aic: state, fair to good, 12812V,c
atate. Inferior, 10ni1lic: skims. SfflOWc.
IMtiJa Firm; eiaie, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 3iic; stste.
choice, 83'i;c: state, mired fancy. 31&3!c
western nrata, rc; omciai price, aic; sec
POULTRY Dreaaed, atealy; chickens.
lOUitTlSo; spring turkeya, l&(20c; fowls, i
St. Lonls General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 6 WHEAT Lower;
track. No. 1 red, cash. 74W"ty76c; No. 2
hard. 72QT8c; Pecember, 72V72c; May,
CORN Lower; track, No. 1 cash, 444
46Uc; NoT1- 1 white, 46Q4t(Hc; December,
40c: May, 42'0'4.'ec.
OATS-Bteady; track. No. 1 csah, 33
83Hc; .No. 2 white, 34Vi36o; Pecember,
83c; May, 86c.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents,
$.63.80; extra fancy and straight,
1I.208.60: clear, 12 60tf8.0.
SEED Timothy, steady: 13.2668.75. .
CORNMEAL Dull; 12 40.
BRAN Strong; aacked, -eaat track, 12
HA Y Firm: timothy. 113.0O17.OO; prairie,
IR(N COTTON TIES 11.02.
HKMP TWINE c.
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; lobbing.
H6.75. Im-tA, lower; prime steam, $9.02V
Prv aalt meats. steady; boxed, ex
tra shorts, 18.62H: clear ribs, 19.36; short
rleara, $in.l24. Bacon, steady; boxed, extra
shorts, r0 37Vk; clear ribs, 110.00; short
cleara 110 R7H.
POULTRY Quiet: chickens. 8c; springs.
10c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 8-a(c; geese, 6 J
NEW 'URK STOCKS AND BONDS
All Optrttiort in tha Fall ttrtet Maritt
Eteni to Bt Under EeitreitU
MONEY RATES SHOW HARDENING TENDENCY
Traders seem ladlspaaed to Make
Market tommltmeats oa the
Rre of the Klectloa
NEW YORK. Nor. . Operation In
stocks were under some restraint today,
due nrlncloallv to a hardening tendency in
the money market, but partly also to the
eve of the election holiday, causing the In
variable Indisposition to make market com
mitments with an Interval of closed mar
kets to be passed.
The action of the money market was a
disagreeable surprise, aa the passing of the
November settlements had Peon expected
to rcHull In some return of money to the
market, which was onlv temporarily with
drawn for the purpose of dividend and in
terest disbursements. There is a growing
disposition also to count upon the end 01
the interior nemana lor currency ior nar-
vestlnc purposes as within distance. New
York exchange at Chicago, in fact, rose to
par today, aa compared with the discount
at the beginning of last week. Thla move
ment cf Interior exchange may be attrib
utable In part, of course, to the Hue In the
local money rate, which has attracted some
nfTerlnirs of Interior funds In this market
Estimates of the shipments of currency to
me west hy trnicaxo banks mane ine move
ment much heavier than In last year for
October, while the movement from New
York to Chicago for the same time has
been lews. This would Indicate a consid
erable effect yet to be felt In New York
from the west a demands ror currency. Mui
It was believed that the principal lnnu
ence on today's money market came from
the other direction in connection wim out
standing credits In London. Neither of the
last two bank statements here have snown
any effect In loan Item from the shifting
of loans from Indon to New lork. Ac
count Is taktn also of further scaling down
of accommodations to New York borrower!
In future stock market settlements In Lon
don. The London Btatlft, speaking after
the last stock market settlement, said
Trade never was more active in the United
Rtatea and the value of stocks never was
more real, but the account being carried
over here Is too large, considering the
funds available for the purpose. It is un
derstood, however, that large accounte have
bren transferred from London to New
iork. Unfortunately, fresh accounts to be
dealt with were found to be larger than
has been anticipated. It is essentially
necessary tnat before next settlemen
comes on the American account should be
materially reduced. The stock market aet
tlement referred to by the Statist occurs
next week. Today there was some Incilna
tlon to case In discounts both In London
and Paris, but the Bank of England has
not yet made any progress In the recupera
tion of its reserve. This Is regarded as
necessary In preparation for the require
ments to be met at the end of the year.
The opinion continues to be expressed In
London advices that the bank rate would
be raised to 7 per cent If that measure Is
found necessary to attract the desired In
flow of cash reserves to the bank.
The day'a operations were largely In pro
fessional hands. There waa accumulation
during the first hour and some profit taking
late in the day, with an irregular closing.
Bonds were steady; total sales, par value,
11,632.000. United States 3s advanced H and
the new 4s H per cent on call.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change today were aa follows:
In. HUB. Lew. cinm.
s m ...
riimsa Pslsoe Csr. ......
gasitma 1st f
Resiling It P'J
RMiJbllr SlAel pft
Rnrk lln Co
Hfx-k lilDd f4
ftutibsr Moods ?M
tt. L- S r M pM
tt. Louis t W
st. L a. w. pt
to. paa eta
to. Railway std
Tonneonee r. a I
Tviaa a Petite
t . tt. l. a w
T., at. U W. pti
I'nloa Paris eft
I1, t. Ktprwva
V. g. Rsalty
V. B. R'lbher
f. a. Rubber pft
s. at mi
R. Steel pM
Va. -Carolina ChriBloel ....
Va -Carolina r hrm. pfd . .
Waatlnghouaa Klsrtrt ....
Whaallns a L C
Wit. Central pft
t antral Leather
Central tathr pft
Oraat Northern pM
Int. Met. eft
Total aalas for the 4y. tM.too snares.
ft tent, tM
171, TPS 1 1T 1474
I. )4 Ma, M i
t.r aa mv, t"n
It K i fl U
Lsm n t4j M
100 (. tt t4j
tt.tnt tf tt'-t
toe lit1, lit liH
t.MM 44 n
100 lt Ml 1M
tn f Itv,
PM) 41a ,v4
1O0 14V 44 Ml
II. Km IMS lH lS
404 t tl t
10 IM'a i' i4
4 tot i 41H 4:t
II. ine io7a l"'"
tot nt rs rt
100 i-4, s ih
140 41 4 4IVt 41
L 4ot itevtj i Kt
Sim M M M
mo t s ttst
1 t.im tfT tis t;4
4"C 31 1i
ton 101 m 11114
1M 74 Tl Tl
. 1 tot m tn iuj
. 11.000 t SV4j
. I.io Ttk 71 Tl
lere York; Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 6.-MONKT-On call,
steady. 4i'74c; ruling rate, 6c; closing
bid, c; offered at V per cent. Time loana, Good choice atockers and feedera
b aa. ax. aa I r at anil nirlalU aIuuai 75 Hljf ra wr 1 .
v'-n , r sir 10 good atockert and reeaera
Common to fair stockers
OUAUA LIVE STOCK. MARKET
Ctttl tlew tid Otnerglly Till; Ta
HIGS EXPERIENCE A DECIDEO DROP
Vary Fair Raa of Sheep aad I.ambs,
with Feeder Lambs glow aad
All Other Klade Felly
SOUTH OMAHA. Nor t. l.W.
Recelpta were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Official Monday lO.OOO L5 11.4"
Pame day last week.... t.l S.737 li'M
Kama two weeks ago.... t.4 2.217 17JT3
Same three weeka go.. i 3 1.
Pame four weeks ago.... ..lot l.lfl 2K.11
Some daya last year t.71 S.0S7 30.M
The following table ahows the recelpta ot
cattle, hogs and theep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
If. 16 Inc.
Cattle ITS. CM o.'..?;i6 10,3
Hogs 2,1 22 Oil l,ti0,310 lbl.nl
Bheep 1.847.(m 1.6a,731 14,3
CATTLK Ql Ul ATIOiNO.
Good to choice corn-fed tteera lo.&O-yv.lJ
Fair to good corn-fed steers &.tV(l.W
Common to fair corn-fed eteera.... 4vUJt)
Good to choice range eteera
Katr to good range steers
Common to fair range eteera
Oood grass cows and heifers
Kir to aroorl cows and helfets. ..
Common to fair cows and helfert.
strong; alxty and ninety days.
cent; six months, B4 per cent.
PRIM IS MERCANTILE PAPER - C'yU'i
HTKBl.tVd r.VCHANnR rirm wltb
actual business In bankers' bills at 4R5
4.R6H6 ror demand and at 4 cn(U-4.ixo tor
sixty days; posted rates. 14 81 and M 80'4;
commercial bills. t4.B0V,e4.KuH.
H1LVER Bar, Tlo; Mexican dollars. Mc.
BONDS Government, strong; railroad,
Quotations on bonds today were aa fol
4 TVafi 41
4 W "if 4.74
3 va4 04
t Otltl 78
which reported week market Moreover
prices at this point were already high sa
iomprcd with markets farther et, thus
the outside pi-Ice for the verv beet lambs
at Buffalo st the close of laat week wss
only $;.:!, which Is no more then good
lambs are bringing here.
hlle the fi elmg on fal sheep and lambs
wss weak this morning, the supply lelng
moderate and the demand fair, packers
were forced to pay fully steady prices.
There were no choice range lambs In sight,
but a little bunch of natives sold tip to
17.2(1. with ewes as high s 1S.2S. Some
western earllngs sold as high as IS to, the
aame as Hat'irday.
Feeder sheep were In very fslr request
and prices fully steady on that 'klnn A
long string of f4eder rwes brought 14 40,
w-hlch wss f'lllv ns good as last week, but
they were of right good quality. On the
other hand feeder lambs were slow, there
not being ss many buyers as usual looking
for that kind and the market was well ad
vanced before very much was done toward
clearing up the feeder Inmba supply.
Quotations on killers: ttoixl to choice
lambs, 37 000 7.: fair to good lambs, M.7eM
7.00; good to choice yearling, le oOt&S.iS;
fair to good yearling. l6.2lVu.V60; good U
choice wethers, f5.0nfi-j.5O; good to choice
Quotations on feeders: l-amb,
tM; yearlings, to.2MH.t0; wethers.
6. lfi; ewee, 13.50ff4 40; breeding ewes,
lm Wyoming feeder ewes
2H9 Wyoming feeder ewes
26 Nebraska cull ewes
ft Nebraska null ewes
1M Nebraska cull ewes
71 Wyoming cull feeder lambs.
53 Wyoming ewes
34 Wyoming feeder lambs
1.14 Nebraska lambs
85 Nebraska wethers
Hi Nebraska yearlings
December. 75V575c; May. 78N97Sc; July.
0 ATS To arrive, CHa.
M 4 05
4 4 35
M 4 10
5 4 tS
114 5 00
42 5 00
3 5 10
61 I SB
4 5 Ti
X3 6 90
KtKJB Firm at 21c.
ll.ono . 46.0 0
I.lrerpaol Grain aad Prorlelona.
LIVERPOOU Nov. I. WHEAT Bpot,
firm; No. 2 red, western winter, 6s HHd;
futures, quiet: December. 6a 6Vtd; March,
ts 6d: May. 6s 6'i.d.
CORN Soot. American mixed. 4a 4d:
I futures, quiet; December, 4s 5Vtd; January,
HOPS At Ixndor. (Paclfio coast) steady,
4 4&5 6s.
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA. Nov. 5 CORN Steady;
vellow. old. 4Sc; No. X old, 40c;
old. 4Sic: no arde. 44t44c.
OATS Firm: No. 2 white. 334c; No. t
white 33c; No. 4 white. 32iG32c.
RYE Firm: No. t 64a&c.
I Toledo geetl Mnrkef.
TOLEDO, Nov. 8 SEED Clover, cash
eli id November, ft. 221: December, t'.2l
March. f8.1?tt; alsike, 17. So; timothy, 11.9a.
AmalssmatM Copper ..
Am. C. P
Am. C. P. pfd
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. L. pfd
Am. Ica, securities
Am. Llnatsd OH
Am. Linseed Oil pfd....
Am. Locomotive pfd....
Am. t. R
Am. 8. A R- pfd
Am. turar Refining
Am. Tobapeo pfd ctfs. .,
Anaconda Mining Co....
Atlant'e Coast Line
Baltimore ft Ohio
Bal. Ohio pfd
Bronklrn Jtapid Tr....
Central of N. J .,
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chlcaso Ot. W
Chlcaso A N. W
Chlcaso, Mil. A St. P.
Chicago T. T.:
Chicago T. A T. Pfd...
C C. C. A St. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado' A Ro
Colo. A 80. lat pfd
Colo. A 80. td pfd
Corn Products, rfg
Corn Products pfd. rfg
Dataware A Hudson...
Delaware. L. A W
Dcorar A R. O
D. A H. O. pfd
Dlatlllari securities ..
Erie 1st pfd
KHs M pfd
! Hocking Vallay
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
Iowa Cantral pfd
Kanaas CK Co
K. C So. pfd
Mlnneapoltp A Rt. L
M , tt. P. R. fl. M
M.. Rt. P. A 8. 8. M. pfd.
Mlaaourl. K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
National R R. of M. pfd..
X. T. Cantral
X. T.. O. A W
Norfolk A W
Norfolk A W pft
P . C. C. A Rt. L..
Preaiied stsel Car...
M lot ins m w
4. 00 44 44H 44 4
1,100 1214 tO
I'. 8. raf. 4s rag 104H
do eonpon 104Va
V. 8. la. rag lot
do coupon lot
V. 8. old 4a. rag tt
do coupon let
V. 8. n. 4s. rag 130,
do coupon 130a
Am. Tobacco 4s 74
do ta I10
Atchison gen. 4s loots
do sdj. 4s t!w
Atlantic C. L. 4s t7ttj
Bal. A Ohio 4s 10144
do J Ha tf
Brt. R. T. e. 4s MVS
Cantral ot Oa. ts.....l1lw
do lat Inc tt
do td Ine 71
do Id Inc 71
Chss. A Ohio 4v,s....loVt
Chicago A. a
C. B. A q. s. 4s.
C . R. I. t P. 4s.
do col. ts.......
CCC. 8t. L. g. 4s..l0IH
Colo. A to. 4s tl
Colorado Mid. 4s 71
Colo. A 800. o4a tl
Cubs ts 104
D. A R. O. 4s M
Distillers' tee. ts.... U
F.rls p. I. 4a lot
da gen. 4a tt
Hocking Vsl. 4ViS....10tt4
Japsn ts. M sarlss... t7Vi
do 4a ctfa I3H
do 4Vka ctfa l4
do td series to
I. A X. unl. 4 10l
Man. e. g. 4s 0"H
Mex. Central 4s I?,
ds 1st Inc WVt
Mlna. a tt. L. 4s.... nt
M.. K. A T. 4s r
do ta MVt
N. R. R. ot M. c. 4s. H
N. Y. C. I tH tt
N. J. C. g. ts lt
Ne. Pacific 4s lot 14
do ts 7A
X. A W. f. 4s tl
O. 8. L. rfdg. 4s I
Penn. conv. IHs 100
Rssdlng gen. 4s loo
St. L. a I. M. e. AS .104
77 St. L. A 8. P.
IH St. U 8. W
(g 4a t4i
"aboard A. L. 4a.... tl
80. Pacific 4a 11
de lat 4a ctfa Of
to. Railway ts I17V4
Tsxss A P. la lis
T.. Bt. L. A W. 4s.. tlH
t alon Psclfin 4s K3S
1'. 8. 8lsel Id ts t!l4.
W'sbsah Is 1UH
de dak. M 10
Wostsra Md. 4a tl
W. L. B. 4s M
nH'WIa. Cantral 4a.
. Boatoa Stocks aad Boada.
BOSTON, Nov. 8. Call loana, per
cent; time loans, braty per cent, umclal
quotations on stocks and bonds were
t.too 11114 rwtfc is4
too itivi lit 117U,
l.lno 1I4(4j 1"H 14
Me i4 ttti tt
. t.too rui 7i m
11,400 102t4 1014, 101,
400 10144 101 101 Vi
. 1. tOO 117 lit 1M
4.100 UtH UtVt lltvl
. . . .V .'. II
11.100 tivi tavi. 1114
. 3 100 17114 171 '1714
100 t4 t4 t
i too ii 11
1,fl0 tt 17 I7V4
' too '44"
4 ' 44 s
20a I7SV4 1TH
l.ooo us 1IV4
Atchison adj. 4s
Max. Cantral 4s
Boitos A Albany.... 141
Boat on A Mains Ul
boaton Elevates! ...
Mexican Ceotrs! ...
N. Y., N. H. A H
Psre Marquatts ...
Am. A. Cham. pfd.
Amar. Pnau. Tnbs..
Amar. T. A T
'Dominion I. A 8.
Edison Klsr. Illu 131
Msaa. Klactrlc 17VI
do pfd 17 Vi
Ilulla, stage, elo
1 ha faiiomitn nhu tha avsit
price of hogs at South Omaha for the laat
several daya, with comparisons;
Date. 1 lto. W.iw4.iM.iM.Wi.ioo-
K oil t 101 s 711 8 061
4 tii I 0 16 25 Out
4 181 6 01 1 6 18 2
4 til 4 to! 6 Wi
I 4 W; 4 7
4 HI ' - 4 K
4 tM 4 tZ. Ml
4 Ml 4 64
4 i 4 K4 5 1
8 611 6
tt 61 1 S SI
Ml 6 7i
O0 6 73
1 it; 1 Ik 4 87 4 60i
4 8SI 4 9o: 4 7UI 4 6 31
I 4 M 4 74 61 6
6 72. 4 60
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha 11 8Mt.00 t5.66'fl.l5
Chlcsfo 1.6K87.15 , I.K'dti.
Kansas City 2.00-II175 koyatliV)
Ht. Loulg 2.C4a 0 6 Mitf..40
bioux City 2.WV86.25 5.g0i4J.l)
The official number of cara ot atock
brought In today by each road was;
C, M. A Bt. P 3
Mlasourl Pacific 7
U. P. System 53
C. & N. W., east .... 1
C. or N. W., weet ....153
C, Bt. P., M. 4 O.... 7
a. B. A Q.. eaat 12
C, H. A J., west 141
C, R. I. A P., east... 1
C. R. I. P., weet.. ..
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Gt. Western. ..
CHICAGO II VK STOCK M4.RKKT
Cattle Ten to fifteen tenia Lower
Hogi FlTe to Ten feats Lower.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6 CATTLE Receipts,
about 28.0,0 head; market steady to Itvirw
lower; common to prime steers, fl.OOTi i.30;
heifers, fiftfao.oo; bulls, 12.404i4.4.": calves,
fa.Oinr'r.liO; etockors and feoders. f.'.4'"li4.&0.
HO3t4 Receipts, about S2,ij0 head; mar
ket Millie lower: choice to prime heavy.
f.n0ia.40; medium to ood heavy. I6.lht '
26; butcher weights. 16.2iK&.3o; good to
choice mlxd, ffitTOjiUlS; packing, 35.70
6f: piKs. t5.54Vp6.00.
SHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, about
28,0110 head; market for sheep stfarly, for
lambs slow stir) weak; sheep. 14 GXKftS.Ro;
yearlings, 35.yKu.85; lambs, fS.MKij7.66.
1 .. !
-5 55 "I
16 7 "i
Kaaaaa City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. M Nov. 8. CATTLE
Receipts. 15.000 head, Including 810 head
southerns: market steady; choice export
and dressed beef steers, f6.o0ti6.76: fair to
good, 13.764i6.afi; western steers, f3.6itifi.25;
stockers and feedera, f2 60tj4.50; southern
eteers. t2.(fa'4.75: southern cows. I'i.OOOT. 25 ;
, native cows, t2 0fvti35; native heifers, 1.1.00
&4.75: bulls 32.2tU3.75: calves, !2.7Tv.26.
HOOS Receipts, g.ono head; market 10c
lowr: top. 17H; bulk of sales. fs.lSVtf
6.15; heavv. W.lOr&e, 15; peckers, Vi;
pics and lights. 16.5i5 16
BHEEP AND I,AMR5-Recepts. l.tOO
head; market strong; lamb. t.00'jf7.rj; ewes
and yearlings, 14 755.75; western yearlings,
15.2Mi4.oO; western sheep. f4.0(56.oO; stock
ers and feeders. f3.7Vfi6.00.
Us Had ekos MaoX.
V. 8. Steel 47U Kada
4s pfd 107 Mltchall
cat. a Hscis ........ il'i
Copper Range U
pair west xo
Iale Rorals 14
Masa. Mining 14
Mont. C. A C I
Old Dominion 1
t'nltad Coppsr ....... Itv,
t. 8. Mining 43V
V. S. Oil 10
Total recelpta ....388 4
The disposition of the duy s receipts was
at follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated: ' .
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co
Bwift and Company 1.448
Cudahv Packing Co 1.2M
Armour A Co 1,211
I Armour A Co., Denver
I Van Bant A Co
Carey & Benton
nu. Lobman & Co.
MCt-reary or v-arvy
W. I. Stephen
Hill 4 Bon
V. P. Lewis
Hamilton & Rothschild
St. l.onls I. Ire Stork Market.
BT. LOT'IS. Nov. 6. CATTLE Receipts.
7.5I,0 hend, Including 8.000 Texans; market
10c lower: native shipping and exrort steers,
fu.'Oiot.fK); dressed beef and butcher steera,
t4.tu6.00: steers under l.OiO lbs.. J3.25'ii4.4n:
stockers and feeders, 12.OXff4.5A; cows and
heifers. t2.40y5.26: rsnners, fl.OIKJ2.10: bulls,
12.il.W4.00: calves. f3.rj50; Texas and In
dian steers, f2.7rj..26; cows and heifers,
; HtXSS Receipts, 6.5H1 hesd: market Wit
ers. 16.00fi6.26; butchers and best heavy,
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.5fO
hend; market stendv: native muttons. H.fO
fi6.50: lambs, tt frj7 60: culls and bucks,
J2.75i53.a; stockers, 33. 25ff4.00.
. jji Wmtj.Bts
n biii roaiitioa I7u
U V. Hull 74
J. H. Bulla 19"
Mike Haggerty 163
J. B. Root A Co 21
Z. H. Clark 147
T. B. Inghram
Sullivan Bros 35
V. A. Brltton , 10
Jacobs 17 ...... .....
(Other buyera 1.117 v.... 8.207
suPCtl. A Alisons .
lU',iArltona Com ....
14 lOresns Cob
London Closing! Stoeka.
IX)NDON, Nov. 8. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
I too 144V4 14', 14S
.. 44.IOA 1444
4 OS in,
tOO 144. 84V4
t urn- I
B I he
Open. High. I Low. Close.! Sit'y.
I ' I
13 95 I 14 00
14 7V 14 10
S6V, .&4 ,
13 Vil 14 00
14 6 14 UH
1 36 I f 30
t 60 I 8 7V4
Ill I I 21 HI
I trvsl i f.7v.i
8 46 I 1 37V,I I 40 I 8 47i
la I It) I I 421,! 8 62',
T 67Vg' . 7 6-V,l 7 66 I 7 as
7 70 7 64 I 7 7Vfc 1 75
Duns Report of Bank Exchanges
O itober bask exchanges show a marked improvement, not ealr la corn partson wltk
prveedlng 7 sera bat wltb September, total exchangee for October at all oltiea In the
United States being 114,813,069.738, aa Increase of 14.9 per cent over last year and 25.1
per cent, over October, 1904. The month this year contained one more bostneae day tbaa
In the two preceding years, yet average daily exchanges are 10.7 per cent larger than a
year ago and 21.2 per cent, over 1904. The Improvement It general and more evenly
distributed than in Beptember, exchanges In all sections showing a considerable tn crease
In volume of payment through tha banks. In the Bouth AUanrJ States, where a small
Wat In September reflected a curtailment of trade and alow eoUastiona owing to the
backwardness of cotton, exchanges in October are 10.1 per cent larger than last year.
There are notable gains in the Southwest and at Pacific Coast cities. Bank exobangot
at all cities reporting in different taction! and average dally figures for October and the
year to date are compared below for three years :
Cent rat West .....
No. 1 '
Cash auotatione were aa follows:
FLiOVR-B esdy; winter patents, tt.8J3.40: '
trugbts, t3.lou4 80: sprli. a pjirnu, tw.8 (( I
3tt: s'ralghta, UlVlU: bnters, 1 .:0fc.'.
WHEAT No. 1 si'Hne. l;c; No. 3. 71
7k; No. 1 rid TiHKSf. ,1
COKN No. i. 4i-,i4-; No. 1 yellow, 47c.
OATS No. i. ',c; iso. 1 white. Sic; No
Ntw Vork City...
A3, 16.1,0 10. '7
1.4 1 1' . f it I
-- 9 5
tt 1-14 M , K. A T IIV)
tt 7-lt M. T. Central lllVt
... 14 Norfolk A W 17
...104 do pfd tl
...104'., mtarto W 47
...1124, Pennsrlvsnlt 7414
...111 Kand Mlnsa I
... t Reading 71
... 11 Bo. Railway ir
...171, da pfd ttn,
... 10 Bo. faclfto t6
... 41 I'nloa rsclfle 111
... MV, do pfd M
... 4 I'. 8. steal
... 71. do pfd
do 14 pfd 7u Babaab
Illinois (antral Ill 4 osfd
Loularllls Naah....l4t Ipsnlsk 4s
BILVKR Bar. firm. 32d per ounce.
MONK Y 4 per cent
The rate of discount In the open market
for ahort bills la per cent; for three
months' bills, bbi per cent
Consols, monsy ..
Baltimore tr Ohio
t'snsdlan Paclfie .
Cbes. A Oblo
Chicago Ot. W...
C. M. A 8t. P...
DaBeera , .
D. A R. Q
do 1st pfd
.8.356 ' 1.108 I 23
Sleax City I I c Slock Market.
SIOUX CITT, la., Nov. B.-(8peclaJ Tele
gram.) CATTL.E Receipts, 3..O0 head; mar
ket 64110c lower; beeves. 4.0iitl.2&; cows,
bulls and mixed. U.6Ora4.0O: stcckera and
feeders, I3.0ft4r4.00 ;calves and yearling?, $.'.50
(6 3 76.
HOGS -Recelnts, 3 7vi .-sd: market 8??10c
kwer, sel ing at :B..0): bulk f Silet,
Boatoa Copper Market
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar.
ket. reported by Logan A Bryan, 1 Board
of Trade building. Omaha:
NeTada Coo solid ted. lt
Nortk Butte 111
Old Pomlaloa tl
Osnsola .-. lit
rasa, tarries 14
Bostsa t'enaolldsted.. tl
Butts Coallttoo ...
Calumet A Arlsona
Cslnmst A Heels..
U B. A Pittsburg,
Pnau. tarries. (d... 10 tl
Is Had Frail 104
t'nltad atates, eon.. 44
United lutes, pfd... 44
I'Ub Conaolldated.... 47
t tab Oops tl
II ICesasaa U
Hew Tork MlalasT Itoeka.
NEW TORK, Nov. 8. Closing quotation!
en mining atockr weret
Adsma Coa at Ultlla Chief I
Alloe SS7 OnUrlo Mo
Braecs st Opblr n
Brunswick Con tt retool 14
I'ometock Tunnal .... It Sarage joo
Con. Csl. A Va Its Sierra Narads tt
Horn lllrar lit Sinall Hopes II
Iron tllvsr 410 Standard 7t
LMdsllls Cob t
United States 814,513.069,738
Average dally 1
October 8.VT.421 000
Tbtrd ttiarter 4l.i.!U0t
breond Quarter........ 4t7 Ml.'.tS)
Flret Quarter 557,132,000
12,624,548,873 141 111,500,218,647 25.1
4ti5 491. UUO
1443, 471, 000
- -45 I
1 I white, 3-ftJ4',c.
I HYK-No. f. etiStilo.
V HARl.B-r"alr to chrlce malting, 476c.
I SKEUd No. 1 ax, 31. ta; No. 1 north
1 muth, ll.WV,.' Timothy. ' prime. M. 16.
Clover, contract grade, 111S6.
ft fHOV18HNWM'ort ntis. a.'deg (looie).
f tl 7t Mesa cork. ter bbl.. Its 1 n
la the Far West there it aa Increase In bank exchanges at every city but one la
eompsrtaan with both ytart, and a very large gala la aheaa ever October, 1904, at nearly
' every city. The report it given below la detail :
per !' Iha., M Short clear siaes tbood
r'ol.owirg were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Flour, bhls r.J 601H)
Wheat, bu 44.0m 60.3U)
Corn, bu 34.'..tj
"ata. bu 26i 3. So) 1
-a. Jte, bu .i- 6.:o) J
' -f l . . en .....
i wji, dm i.ivi 1
Oa the rroduue exchange today the but-
t market wes stendy; rreauijrlro. lyn
V; dairlt-a; lsVv;i:3c Fs-ga. at rang; at :
v. y.iisrk. caeea Irrliided. fl473c: nrt la,.-
I prime Brsta, 3bV,c; extras. JSc. CtMtse, !
4ateaoy; lvraiso. I
Tlalble Bapaly af firala.
KE tV YORK. Nov. 6. The visible supply !
af giala svaieiday, Ntvemfcr 3. aa cum-7
Mlnnesil it ..........
Pea Muinet.. .........
ta. Jiseph ......w...
OuiUied freia total,
6 310 '..'J
I.M7,40S 10 6
- -29 I
-- 5 6
IX)NIX)N, Nov. . The supplies of money
were largei In the market today to met
the Increased demand. Discounts were In
clined to ceaae. The Bank of England se
cured tl.100.ouO of the gold available In the
open market. Prices on tha Stock exchange
were quietly steady. Business In gilt-edged
securities was checked by the uncertainty
regarding the monetary situation, but home
rails continued to Improve on Inveetment
purchases. Foreigners were steady, espe
cially Russians. Americans at the opening
advanced to over parity on bear covering.
In the afternoon New Tork advioet cheered
the market further, but the support slack
ened later and prices sagged and trading
cloaed dull. Japanese Innierlal 6s of lu4
cloed at (J0.
brJRLIN, Nov. I On the Bourse today
trading was very light.
PAK18. Nov. 6. On the Bourse today
rentes improved on official Information to
the effect that the question of the appli
cation of the Income tax to government
securities will not be settled for several
moiitlia. Kuaelan Imperial 4s closed
76.76 and Ruaalji bonds of 1904 at 4A.
Ca'1"1XJ& Rrceiota of cattle ui.a n-.orn
tug were very large. 4u3 1 cars being re
ported In, aa against id one week agi
and U6 two weens ago. The big bulk of
the arrivals cona.suu of rangers, with,
a very large allowing of cow stuff, It
being estimated that there were 100 cars
or more of the latter. The big run, to-
. V. -111. ...... I n murk-ba - ull
other points, brought about a sharp de- fP" Si?"
nlin. in vulun I Iim mtifri market nere , .'v.h j
. .11 L i.wl- uM ton lm,.r an., I KOni
the trade was alow and very late In open
ln. In fact, Ii waa well along toward
midday before any buaineas of consequence
There were not very many eornfed steers
in the yards and nothing among tha early
recelpta,. at least that could be called gool
to choice. The fair to medium kinds were
at least 10c lower, with buyers very widt
apart In their bids.
Cows and heifers were at least 10c lower
and one would not have to look very far
to find aales showing more decline even
Borne of the best feeders, which Just
haDDened to meet soma special require
ment, aold about steady, but aside fi m
that both feedera and stockers were 10c
St. Joseph 1,1 ve Stock Market.
ST. JOSKPH. Nov. B.-CATTI-.I5-R0-celpts,
3.500 head; market slow; natives,
!Ji.0rp."6; cows" and helfere, 11.25(84.76;
atockers and feeders, I2.50fa4.30.
HOGS Receipts. 2.775 head: msrket, (,9
10c lower; light, 16.06(Q6.16; bulk of sales,
SHKEP AND I.AMBS Receipts, 4,543
head; market steady.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
OMAHA WHOLKHAIR M4RKKT.
( oadllloa at Trade aad Qeetatleae aa
Staple aad Fsscf Prtisee,
F'308-I'er flog., tlo.
L.WK I'ori 'l Ry Hena, 8c: roostets,
tr; turkeys, Italic; ducks, to; spring chick
ens, so; geesa, 6a.
BI'TTKIt-ParKina stock. 17c; choice
to fsncy dairy, ldfcjOc; creamery, f4J27c.
HAY Choice upiHnd, s.!h), medium. ;i 00;
coarse. liK'-utvto. Kye straw, to.6O4ii.OO.
BRAN Per ton, $16.00.
"WKKT POTATOFS-Per bbl., 1160.
TOM A Tons California, per basket of
20 lbs., 1136.
BEANS- Unit, 6'ic; navy. No. t, 11.73
per bu.; No. A tl.t.
WAX B E AN 8 Per market basket of
annul 16 lbs . 11.26.
BEETS AND CARROTSt-Per bu.. 78o.
LEAF l.KTTL'CE Uolhou.'e. doa
CELEHY-Per dog., 2640c.
Cl'C'IMBERct Hothouse, per dot., 11.60.
ONIO.Nrt-IIome grown, 460 per bu.;
Spanish. ll.6 per crste.
GREEN ONIONS Her dot. bunches, S&a.
MORSI7RADISH Case of t dog., 11.90.
R A PISHES Per doa. binchee. 26c.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., I1.X6; No. I. $178
LIMA BEANS-Pr lb., IV.
OREEN PEl'PERS Per market basket.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dot. bunchea,
CARBAOR Holland seed, home grown.
per lb., lHc.
KOO PLANT-rer dog . 7Bc.
POTATOFS-Per bu., 40f,ja. ,
RITTABAOA9 Per lb., llo; 180 Ibt. to
TFRNIPS-Per bn.. rVHj.
rF.AriirS-Cnlifnriiiii Salway. per box.
$1.10; Cnlorsdo, 12.26.
, PKARS Winter varieties, per bu., $4.00.
(1UA PES Tokay, 11.76; Malaga, per bbl.,
APPLES Men Oa'-ls, t.'.ffi: .lonnthHns.
$3.2503.50; New Tork apples. 13.25: Grimes'
CRANPKRRIF8 Per bbl.. t!.00JoO.
QUINCES Per box, 12 2n.
OR A NC5F.S Florida omnges. $3 00.
LEMONS Llmonlera. extra inncy, WO
!xe, 17.S0: SfKi slvtc. t".00; S00 slxe, .00' othet
brands. 50(ii76c less.
(tRAFK FRUIT-SIxe 70 to . 14.2ftT4.78.
BANANAS Per merlhim-slxed bunch.
$2.ooti2.: Jumhos. 1260433.00.
FK19 Kadaway. c; snyers, 6Hc; new
stuffed walnut date. 9-lh. box. $1.10: Cali
fornia bulk, 64c; 7-crown Turkish, 16c; 6
cro"n 14c S-Tnf1. He? 3-crown, 12c.
BF.EF CUTS PRICES.
Ribs: No, 1. 14Hc; No. 2. c; No. 1. 8c i
Round: No. 1. c: No. t 7c: No. I. c.
Ixiln: No 1. 17c: No. 2. 12Hc; No. 3. tuo:
Plate: No. 1, 4'4c; No. i. 4c: No. . 2H".
Chucks: No. 1. 6c: No. 2. 8c: No. 3, Vic.
6TrO AR Orttnulated cane, In sacks, $3.21;
granulated beet. In sscks, $6 21.
CHEFSE Swiss, new, 1c; Wisconsin
brick. lfiHc: Wisconsin llmburger. 12V4:
twins. ISc; Toiing Americans, IRHc.
COFFKTa-Ronstet No. 35. 2tic per lb.;
No. 80, 21o per '.b.; No. 25, 19c per lb.; No.
20. 16c per lb ; No. 21. 13c per lb.
COCOANUTS Per sack of 1(10, $4 80.
SYRUP In bbls., 27o per gal.; In cases.
6 10-1 b. cans. $1.70; rases, 11 6-lb. cans, $1.80;
case. !4 2V4-lb. cans. t.St.
HONK Y Per 24 frames, $3.50.
CIDER New, half barrel, $3.75; barret
CANNED GOOD" 0rn, standard west
in. 55ipoc; Marne, $1.16. Tomatoes, 3-lb.
na 1110- ?-lh cans. 97V4CRI1 00. Pine
apples, grsted. 2-lb., 2.052.30; sliced, $1.99
I St2.20; gallon spple. fancy. I'J.efi: California '
apricots. 11 f'wz.zs: pears. 11. ibtiz-io: peHcns,
fancy. $1.75'&2.40; H. C. peaches, $SfS!.S0. '
Alaska salmon, red. $1.15: fancy Chinook.
V.. $2.10; fanry eockeye. F., $1.95; sardines,
UHrter oil, $2.76; three-quarter mustard.
in.OO. Sweet potatoes. 81.10jn.25; sauerkraut.
$100: pumpkins, sOrfTll.OO; wax beans. 2-lh.. :
fiMiSOc: lima bean.e. 2-lb.. 76cifT$1.36; spinach.
$1.85; cheap pens, 2-lb., 60c; extras, 9&cfj $1.10;
CURED FtftH--Ftnl!v vhltefllsh. per .
quarter bbl., 100 lbs.. $4 00; Norway mack
eral. No. 1, $23.00; No. 2. $.10; No. 3. $20.00;
Irish, No. !. Slfi.OO; herrlnr. In bhls., 0 '
lbs. each. Norway, 4k. $! X); Norway, 8k,
f9.00; Hohand herring, in kegs, milkers.
80c: kegs, mixed, 70c.
FISH Trout, l?c: halibut. l?e: catfish,
15c; bu!tnlo. 8c; bullheads. 11c: black bass,
One stock. 2Tc; salmon. 12c; pike, He; red '
napper, fresh froxen, I'.'c: whlteflsh. fresh
froren, 13c; yellow perch, dressed and
scaled, 8c; pickerel, fresh froxen, 9c; ,:
frog legs, Soc per dox. saddle.
HIDES AND TALLOW Green sslted.
No. 1, U'ic; No. 2. llc: hull hides, fliSlOc;
green hides, N8,"l.11c; No. 2, 10c; horse,.
flOi3.75; ahciiP.pe.Ua,vv5iK;ia.U. .Tllow.
Nt. 1. 44r; Nti: 2, 2-
NUTS French walnuts, 13Ho; California,
walnuts, No. 2. hard shell, 13c; No. 1. soft
sheel, 14c: Brarlls, 139MV,c; pecans, 14tH7e;
lllberta, imihl4c; peanuts, raw, 6'l.c; roasted.
7Ho; California almonds, hard shell.Gc; soft
WOOL Per lb., 15 22c.
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Ht. Joseph ...
St. lxnils ....
.68,700 56,876 67.643
942 I 10
6',3 2 86
721 3 46
14 heifers.. 746 3 00
11 cows 1000 2 70
14 feeders.. 805 8 35
6 feeders.. 850 1 80
I oowt 1090 2 6
4 cowa. .
WASHINGTON, Nov. l-Today's state
ment of the treasury baianoea In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $160,000,000 re
serve, shows: Available caah baJenne,
tmi. 490.147: gold coin and bullion, 8114.2MI,0U7;
gold txrUflcatee, e47.3j4.440.
14 cowa 872 1 96
864 2 60 10 heifers
UVl 2 69 71 rows. . .
lis 2 80 6 feeders.. lot 170
891 8 10
Shulte A Dulln. Nebraska.
12 feeders.. 845 3 30 6 cows..... 928 1 00
870 I So
T. McMahon S. D.
878 3 00 4 feedera.
U Young B. SJ.
tt feeders.. 947 1 60 '
W. B. Tlce 8. D.
. 920 2 90 16 feeders.. 894 1 70
C. E. Grundy Neb.
.1052 1 70 9 COWS..
.1003 8 80
D. Taylor Neb.
It feeders.. 931 8 40 21 cows..
29 feeders.. 9M 8 90 41 cows..
HOUt-There were hardly enough hogs
here to excite very great Interest or to
make very much of a market, only a few
over forty cars being reported In when the
market opened. At the same time advices
from other Belling points were very dls
ooursgtng, decided breaks In prices being
reported at all volrita. Under sjch condi
tlona It la not surprising that the msrket
J opened here slow and mostly 10c lower.
AS Will te notro trom ine shjcp dciow, a
food many hogs sold at $6 9uii 00, whereas
be big bulk of the hogs on Saturday went
at 85 tAMijt.li. There was a small bunch of
wagon hogs sm.-xl enough to bring $4.16,
which waa the top the aame aa Skturday.
Among the receipts today were quite a good
n sny light high mixed nogs, running from
piga up to big and heavy hogs, which sill
900 3 00
878 2 40
936 1 90
910 2 IS
9 2 68
day were tl.ll5.tu8 Si
tponding date laat y
Nor. 6. Bank clearings for to-
ind for thi
r $1,833. ?tg On.
EltTta Mattes Market.
ELGIN, 111., Nov. I.BUTTER Market
uachaoged from laat week, at 1 4c per
round. Total output of district for week,
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 6. WOOL Steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing k:g'27c;
light fine. lHt'iio; heavy flue, l44j-l66( tab
NEW TORK, Nov. 8 COTTON Spot
closed quiet: middling uplands, 10.10c;
middling gulf, 10.66c; salea, 700 bales.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 5. COTTON Spot,
moderate business done, prices 2 points
higher; American middling fair, 6.60d;
good middling, 6. Hod; middling. 5.72d; low
middling, 6.60d; good ordinary, 6. ltd;
ordinary. 4.90d. The- sales of the day
were 7.000 bales of which 600 were for
speculation and export and Included 6.600
bales American. Receipts were 16,000
bales, all American.
ST. LOt? IS. Mo., Nov. 5. COTTON
Market steady; middling. 10e; aales, 42
bales; receipts., none; shipments, none;
stock, 8.706 balea.
NEW ORLEANS, La., Nov. 6. COTTON
Spot market cloaed easy: sales, 10,100
bales; low ordinary, 6 ll-16c, nominal;
ordinary, 7 8-18c, nominal; good ordinary,
8 Ho; low middling, 10c; good middling,
lOHc; middling fair, 10Hc, nominal: fair,
11 Vic, nominal. Recetpte, 19,631 bales;
stock, 196,831 bales.
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at unsteady
prices, which waa about In line with steady
csbles. There waa a little selling agalnat
Braxlllan offers and neaj-by Uauldatlon.
under which prices eased off a partial 6
points, but the tone of the market waa
steady at the decline and trading aside
from switching, which represented the
bulk of the business, waa very quiet. The
market closed ateady to net 5 points lower.
Sales were reported of 130,00 bags, of which
10.000 were exchangee. The buaineas In
cluded December at 6.15c, March at 6. 4
6.46c, May at 4.&fy.o0c, July at 6.70O, keu
tember at 6.90c. The world's visible supply
statement showed an increase of 1,012,165
bugs tut the month to 13.145.7H6 bags,
against 13,0841 bags laat year. Spot,
steady; No. 7 Rio, 7c.
NEW YORK. Nov. 5. METALS There
was a considerable advance In the London
tin market with spot closing at 19 6d
and 19 7e for futures. The local market
1.500 1 was firm, with prices about 6 points
4.643 i higher on the average. Copper waa higher
3 600 I at '99 for spot and 29 15s for futures In
S8.OU0 the London market. Ically the tone was
quiet, witn lime neia at s-i. ij electro
lytic, $21.50(522.00; casting. $J1.26iU 21.76. Lead
was unchanged at. 15.7515.95 In the local
market: In London lead advanced to 11
7s Ad. Spelter was 2s M lower at 27 10s In
txindon. The local market was unchanged
at $6. 3ftf6.80. Iron waa 3d lower In the
English market with Standard foundry
quoted at 67a and Cleveland warrants at
67s 4d. Ixx-ally the market waa un
changed, with No. 1 foundry northern at
$34. 26H 26.00; No. I foundry northern, ta.TW
24.50; No. 1 foundry soutnern. t.tiyga.iu;
No. 2 foundry southern, ira.wierit.iiu.
RT. LOUI9. Nov. 6. MTAL8 Iead.
steady at 85.9ufi6.95. Spelter, weak at J.17v.
Oils ana Rosla.
NEW YORK. Nov. I. OIL Barely
steady: prime crude, f. o. b. mills, 29w
10c; prime yellow, 46c aaked. Petroleum,
steady; refined Philadelphia and Balti
more, $7 45; New York, $7.60; In bulk,
$4.35. Turpentine, quiet, 8tVi3 70c.
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to
OIL CITY, Pa., Nov. 6. OIL Credit
balances, $1.68; runs, 166.890 bhis.j
average. 60.914 bbla.; shipments,, 871,14$
bbls.; average, 165,690 bbls.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Nov. 6. OIL Turp
entine steady, 44e; sales, 14 bbls.
ROSIN Firm; A B and C, $180; D.
$3.90; E. $3.9004.06; F. $31534 06; O,
$4.004 06; H. !4O5t4.10: I, $4 20; K.
$4 70; M. $5.16. N. $6.60; WG, $6.00; WW,
Mlaaeaaolla Grala Mark.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 6 FLOUR-First
patents. $4.2l-"4 30: second patents, $4 064
tit; tl rot ci f a, .aDt.u; second dears,
BRAN In bulk. $16.76316 00.
(Superior Board of Trade quotation for
to very poor advantage and which made the I Mlnneapolla and Chicago delivery) The
market look still lower on paper than It I rn? .f.Ar r';- u ."V:Ti, by F- D- Dy
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SHEEP Receipts of sheep this morning
were fair, some seventy-odd cats being re
ported in. The general situation was not
any too favorable fur seller. In the flret
place there waa a heavy run al Cukago,
A Co., 110-1)1 Board of Trade, was:
Articles.! Open. High.
Kaaaaa City Grala aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. I. WHEAT De
cember, 97c; May. 73e: caah. No. 2 hard,
ohfcOc; No. 1, 67e69c; No. 2 red, 70c; No,
8, 88C . .
COKN uecemner, s'ttc; may, "c; casn.
No. 1 mixed, 4Vtitlc; No. 3, 29tr4oVTc;
No. 1 white, 413p4:!1o.
OATS No. 1 white. 334c; No. 2 mixed.
HAx rirm; cnoice timomy, im.iotgis.w;
choice' prnlile, $11 50ifU.76.
RYE Steady; 57HOc.
EOOS Firm; extras, 24; flrstt, 28Hc;
BUTTER Creamery, 26c; packing, 16c.
Corn, bu ,
star aad Malassee.
NEW YORK, Nov. $. SUGAR Raw!
quiet; fair refining, SSc; centrifugal. 96 test,
3T4C. Molaases sugar, Vir. Refined, quiet;
No. 6, 4.3jc; No. 7, 4.26c; No. 8, 4oc; No. I,
416c; No. 10, 4 06c: No. 11. 4.00c; No. 12,
$96c; No. 11, 8.90c: No. 14, 185c; confection,
ers' A. 4.60c: mould A, 8.16c: cut loaf, 6.&00;
crushed. 6.6O0: powdered, 4.90o granulated,
4.80c; cubear 8.05c.
MOLASSIOaV-Qulet; New Orleans, ope
kettle, good to choice, StK&asc.
NEW ORLEANS, La., Nov. 6. -8UCJAR
Market Irregular; centrifugal yellow,
I 18-16 4 7-14c: seconds, I4tf30.
MOLASSES New syrup. II 14a.
Philadelphia Prod ace Market. "
PHILADELPHIA, No. I. BUTTER -Firm,
good demand; extra western crwaun.
ery( ofllcial price, 27c; street price, &c; ex
tra Pennsylvania prints, 80c.
EGGS Unchanged; nearby frelh gnd
western freski, 2bo at mark.
CHEESE Unchanged; New York full
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. I WHEAT Firm ;
No. 1 northern. 79ie.lc; No. 1 northern, 78
ty;9c; December, 74c, aek-sd.
RYE Lower; No. 1. Miio.
BARLEY Steady; No. 2, 6Mj6Hc; sam
CORN-Steady: No. 8 caah. 4fy36c ; De
eeuiber, 4V&"l27AO' . .!''
Ixw. I Oose.l Set'y.
Iec ... 7:11,1 74
lhy... !.iili: 7"t 7 I
Julv...l79'5tt,l 7. . 7:HI
Flax- i I I I
Ni.V...' 1 17W 1 17 1 IT
Iec....! 1 14',, IK 1 I4S
1 15 I
Mlnii4-apoliH (ash Cloae What : No. 1
hard, 7v; No; 1 northern, 78V-'; 10 arrive,
7'c; No. 1 iinrthtrn. 7t,'i'; to arrive. 76c:
No. 3, 74Vc; to arrive, isc; No. 1 durum,
6c; to airt.e. Uic; No. 2 durum, tc; to
arrive, ilc. Corn: No. 3 yellow. 44c. Oats:
No. 8 while. 3;V; No. 3. OfVuS.,"'. hye.
SV6C. Flax, UIlV
Dalalk Grata Market.
DULUTH. Nov 1,-WHEATjJii track.
No. 1 auriheru. 7tc, Ne. 1 no- ra, '.,.',
Evaporated Apalea aad Dried Kralta.
NEW YORK. Nov. 8.-UVAPORATED
APPLES Market holds ateady. but demand
is mtwierate; high choice, Vtfnci prime,
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunet
are firm, with quotations ranging from ;
to 9c, according to grade for California
fruit. Oregon prune, are quoted at 9VO
10c for m and 20e. Apricots are very
quiet and prices are little better than nom
ine 1 In the absence of trxnsnctlwnt.
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