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TTIFi OMAHA DATLY , BEE: THURSDAY. XOVEMREK
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
ittlon of Wheat Option in Pit Somewhat
BEARS GET BEST OF THE DAILY BATTll
Llajaldattoa la Evidence la December
All Das- Lent;, the Slump Ae
r)la far Wnkim la
OMAHA. Nov. 21, 19"6.
what win Horn what Irregular. Dm
ler opened (,o below yeiteraay close and
regained part of tha Ions. May opened
unchanged and declined to Ho below yes-tordav.
Liquidation wu In evtdence all day !n De-
""r and this accounts tor tha slump In
that month and tha weak tendenry ot lha
dlstsnt mmitlm. The situation In the north
west la still bullish, receipts being light and
the cash demand urgent. - Southwestern
markets were atruncar.
Wet weather throughout the corn belt
and prediction of mora lent strength to
the corn market today. Price gradually
climbed up, cloalhic 4c higher .Trade, how
ever, was very light.. Receipt were small
and so wag the demand.
Primary wheat receipts were 882, 60f)
rut., and shipments of 601.000 bu.. agaln.t
recelpta last year of 1.419,000 bu., and
ahlpmenta of USu.Ooo bu.
Corn recelpta were 55)1.000 bu., and ship
ments $74,000 bu.. against receipts last
year of 700.000 bu.. and ahlpmenta of $88,.
000 bu." ,.. ,
Clearances were 1st. 000 bu. wheat. 1S9V
000 bu. corn, 52.000 bu. oat, anil flour
and wheat euual in 81.1 000 bu.
Liverpool closed 44d lower on wheat
and unchanged on rnrn
A wire from Minneapolis says: "The
Market Record baa received ranorts show
Ins; a great failing off In production
wheat -from that of the previous year.
The decrease waa not so much In tha total
as It waa In the total of milling wheat,
owing to greatly Increased acreage ana
yield of durum, which la not milled to any
great extent In this country. It might as
well havn been corn or barley far aa lt
effects upon flour milling are concerned.
The result of' It la that It takes off the
moderate crop, raised Some 4S.000.000
bushels of grinding wheat, leaving a short
- supply for northwestern mills.""
Minneapolis: No. 1 northern sold So over
December this morning, the greatest pre
inlum so far on tha crop and at the time
Mlrmespolla should be Increasing stocks
and cutting the cash wheat down to a dti
count under December pries.
Local ranga of options:
err. offl lsl prlre. JM-e; street price, "c;
xtr nearby cresmery print. 3.'c.
EGGS Firm and In eood demand: nesrby
fresh and western fresh, Sic at mark.
CH EES E Quiet but steady. New York
ull creams, 12'dT34c
Article.' Open. I High J Low. Closa.lTas'y.
67 67VJ 7 874 87-4
724 ' 72 72 72 74
37i "' . 874 374 374 7i
37 i 374 $34 r
SIS ' Sis! 31 S 1S SI "4
S34I -,34l U 4 334
Omaha Cash rrlces
WHEAT No. I hard. 69a-694e: No. S hard.
67ii)Uo; No. . hard, 6tfr674c; No. spring,
OATS No. t mixed, a304c; No. t White,
new, 38ijf364c; No. I yellow, old, 41c; new,
3737V,e; No. 1 white.. old. 40Ac: new. Sio.
OAST-No. 3 mixed. aH,c; No. a whits.
S14e; No. 4 white, 804ij31c
KVE No. 614o; No. S, 0c. .
' ; Wheat. Corn.
Chicago' v 29
Kansaa City 112
Minneapolis ' 246
Omaha '.....: 7
Duluth' v. .... 264
JEW YORK 4.F.5KRAL M1RKKT
(tantatloa af the Day ea Varloe
NEW YORK. Nov. 21 FLOafR Re-
relpt, $1,295 barrels: exports, 21.627 bar
rels; sales, 9,500 pa-Kagcs; market eieaoy
to Arm, with moderate trade; Minne
sota patents. $4.10Tf 4.40; Minnesota i
bakers, 13 .404V3 .80; winter patents. $3.75'(l
4 00; winter straights, tl'iivii 60; winter ex
tras. K 93.10: winter low grades. i-i.niii
8.05. Rye floUr, firm; sales, 2"0 bbls.;
fair to good. $3 45413 80; choice to fancy.
13. 85 4 IS. Buckwheat flour, steady, 12.20
2 30; shipment, to arrive.
CORNMKAL HtMitr: fine white and yel
low, I1.2O01.3&; coarse, $1.1181.12; klln-drled,
RYE Firm: No. 1 western. 7140 c. L f.
New Tork; Jersey and state, 644ft'94a. de
livered at New York.
liAKLKY Steadv: feed n St. 44c c 1. r.
New York; mulling, 4!if!H; c. I. f. Buf
WHEAT Receipts. 1 IS. 600 bu.: exports.
M.06 bu.; sales, 2.700,000 bu. futures;
spot market easy; No. 2 red, 10 Hc eleva
tor and SISc f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 north
ern. Duluth, S3 Sc, c. I. f. Buffalo; No.
t hard, winter. 77 He, c, I. f. Buffalo. Tha
early wheal market was steady and at
times higher, on strength In the norm
west and smaller receipts, but after mid
day weakened under renewed December
liquidation and reactions In outside mar
kets. The market closed heavy, at H W
He net decline. Kales Included No. 2
red. May, MS&&Sf. closed 81 So; De
cember, closed 81 6-1 Sc.
CORN Receipts. 46.225 bu: exports,
84.14 3 bu.; snot market firm; No. i. 64c
elevator and S4Sc f. o. h. afloat; No. 2
yellow, lif!i No. 3 white, boa. uptiona
Without transactions, closing net, un
changed. January closed M'se. May
closed 60S". December Closed 5?Sc
OATS Receipts. 4S.A00 bu.; exports,
2.000 bu.; spot market steady; mixed oats,
3 to 82 pounds. 3r: natural white. 30
to S3 pounds, 3tf40S-r: clipped white. 30
to 40 pounds, JV4 4 43 '.ic.
jrr.KU Firm. spring nran, za in,
prompt shipment; middlings. $23. 8S,
prompt shipment: cltv. f J''.nnii 26.60.
HAY Firm: shlDt.lns. 7oii 8IK: good to
choice. I1.06& 1.14X
HUl'H gult: stste. common to cnoicc,
lno. 2o24o; SSl3c; Paotttc coast, 115,
HIDES Steady; Galveston, 20 to 2d H..
20c; California. 21 to 26 lbs.. 21c; Texas
dry, 24 to 30 lbs., lc.
LKATHER steady; ax-m. zivzsc.
PROVISIONS Beef, dull; family, 112.60
NEWVURKSiOl'KS AND BONDS
Call Ifoney Bat riuotuates and VtlnM
IfOTB with It.
RATE RISES TO TEN PER CENT EARLY
Comprehensive Downward Movement
of stocks Follows and Later
Market Bhowa C'oa
NEW YORK, Nov. 21. -There was a good
deal of uncertainty In the movement or
the prices ot stocks today, the varlng
fluctuations being mostly traceable to Un
changing course of the rate for call loans.
When the rale ran up to lt per cent In the
first hour the result from the downward
movement of stocks was fairly enmpra
i rmra m r,la the market showed no
v.rv consistent lone. The advances
... .. .. .1 iKtufan a nH there
pirtant suh-ki wn;m uuira i"
the resistance to pressure and of under
lying strength. The receslon In the money
rate waa allowed to htve an important
Influence In Ihe recovery. The r'H'n ot
tha money market was puxzltng. 1 he riUK.
of the two previous days was. in ttte or
factors, supposed to be working for the
replenishment of loanable funds, while to
day easing of money conditions seemed
Inconsistent with the cessation of "me
of yesterday's favoring Influences. The re
cent upward course of New York exchange
st Chicago was reversed today In spite of
the attraction of the money rate of yes
.,.!.. r4 tM nmrnlni. Exchange was
ouoled at Chicago at 10 cents' premium
tl.e cxr, pt ion of J.M1 :ic wiii ii w re In
s um! rMiiest. Atin'ricnuir opened easy In
respond t. tlu Irregular lone of Wall
rtrcot st the close Inst nlht, but st about
noon the parity level was exceeded nnd
flie market ruled steady. Canadian lttclflc.
I'nlon racltlc and Southern i'acltlc loading
the rally. I he Improvement was not main
tained during the afternoon, owing to the
moderate Nw York selling, but a slight
hsrrtening of prices occurred peer tiie
close, whirl! was sledy. though st a
lower level. Japanes Imperial tie of
closed at 1'H.
PARIS. Nov. 21 Prices on the Bourse
today were unsteady. Russian Imperial 4s
closed at 75.50 and Russian bonds of I'M
UiiAllA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Ho Qaotabla ChanM Tikes ilattin Cattle
HOGS EXPERIENCE A SHARP ADVANCE
compared with 20 cents per U.0"0 eeterda .
Time money rates here continued In the
later call loan market. Krotn this time
there was an Inclination to look for some
special cause for the course of the can
loan market. One suggested explanation
..... ln.nnranl ahilllniT of lOHnS Oil
account of u large estate, which
.. . . in,n , 1. ,ul loan
The yielding of the call loan rate proved
an effecllve argument for renewed
strength In stocks, notwithstanding the ob
scurity about lta cause. There was-a no
ticeable diversion of speculative attention
to low-priced stocks and a circulation of
rumors to account for some of them, wnne
In others specific explanation was lacking.
The rise In Pacific Mail was clearly enouich
due to the strong atand for a ship Jbslly
law taken by tha secretary of state in his
. v.nua ntr and the assumption
that the attitude of the administration on
the sublect might be thus inferred.
ew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 21. MONEY On call,
strong. 4110 per cent; ruling rate, 8 p r
cent; closing bid. 4 per cent; offered. nt 4
! per cent. Time loans. Mroni?: days. 7
! per cent; 90 days, per cent: 6 tnotuli.
oC:Mt per cent. Oflicnil 1'uesiUv
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER tS (IMlc'al Sin
STERMNO KXCIIANOE Steadv. with
actual business In bankers' bills nt M.Wf
4.K175 for demand und at fl.8'ibI.MM for
slxtv-duy bills: posted mt, M.Hl'4 and
II.WS; commercial bill. II .wtfH.H'S.
PII.VER tBar. 71'4: Mexican dollars. J.ik.
BONDS Government, easy; railroad. Ir
regular. Quotations on bonds today were as fol
lows: U. 8. r. 2s, reg..lH3S I.. A- N. unl. 4s. ..IMS
do coupon HH ;Japan 6s, 2d Ser.. (;
V. d. .is. reg H I ilo 4s ctfs
do counon 103 I do 4Hs
L". 8. o. 4a, reg... 101 t do 2d series HI J, I
do couiMin l'h .Man. c. g 4s w
V. 8. n. 4s, reg..l3ii)Mex. Central 4s.. S".;"
do coupon .l.iv' do 1st Inc 2S
Am. Tobacco 4s.. 71 VM. 8t. U 4s.... 9i.
do 6r 1"!VM.. K. c T. 4... W
Atch. nen. 4s 11! do 2s
do nrfj. 4s
A. O. U 4a
HhI. A Ohio 4s
do 3',s ..ii....
B. R. T. c. 4s..
On. of a, bs.
Jo 1st Inc....
do 2d inc..
do 3d Inc 72 i
Ches. & O. 4S. .,li'
C. & A. 3S :-' 77S
C. ft. A O. ,n. 4tt.
C. R. I & P. 4s.. 7,S. A. 1.. 4s
do col. rs 1 So. Pacific 4s..
t'CC &S l K.4s,,lK.,t(i do Lt 4s ctfs.
Cido. t. Rs. s. A,, Trt'.iSo. Railway 5s
Colo. Mid. 4s..i. 7lAi,Texas A P. Is
Larger Receipts af Sheep aad l.amha,
with feeders Fally gteady, hnt
with Killers Hot Qalte
OMAHA. Nov. 21, 1908.
... ,,.i,. the he tnl bas not ' port, and Included .Wn Amerlctn. Recrlpls.
,.,i.n.. -h.r....- ... f., .. c.n If scn ! 44.'"' w.- lorliidii.g 43 mo Amerlcnn
at the tresent tlne.
ers are still bearish nnd the only reason
that they are paying higher r es Is to la
found In the fact of tha light receipts.
Ke. . Ih. IT No. At. h. ".
W lie ... t K 51 1
n ... i u .n ... e u
is n mis n -' as is
7 ... ,rn j li in
5 ?1 nn liqi, ( 'to lil) IS
1W1 JV en , ?t " I"
H IM 1M l " !M If" l
i! v H tl n t.n !
k m 140 at 4 H
s vn ... in t; v us
H :o iu nt 5n f ... I5S
so n i mi r " 12'i
a f n oiw, n tm ... is
H m ... I t;t n ! ... If
4 40 i pti r Ir'4 ...
IM 40 4 IS JJ aw ... 4 fs
T HI 40 IN M tl ... 1"
IVi f IS U Jlf. ... 4
it 171 4 4 1 ft 5 k ... I
61 n SO 4 10 S '. ... 4 n
r, m iso 4 is
NEW DRI.EAN.S Nov. 21.-4 -OTTOS
I Srd market closed drm: sales. 4- bl-.
; liw ordinary. ;.c. nominal; ordlnarv, 7" . .
fiominni: goinl rdinarv. II-Vm-' low mld
! tiling, 'V nilddllng, l'.c; g'vd middling.
. IIS-1'k-: mhVllIng fnlr. 11 ll-lnc, nomliiMl;
f,lr. liS-l. Rc-lp'a. 24. if; stock, 2MI.1M.
I ST. 1-OriS. Mo.. Nov. 21. -C'TTON -i
Ptcadv. Middling. I"c Sales, 1.7l bale.;
' tecrlpls, 641 bales: shipments, none; stock,
j 11.27 bales.
IIOHTON. Nov. :i.-W(01,
4'.. is I
Three days this week.. Ji.-ju2
Sam days IhsI week. ..M.W,'
Same days 2 weeks ago. .19,827
Same days 3 weeks ago.. 23. 797
Hume days 4 weeks &g.i..li.fti"i
Same days last year 14.oi6
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sueep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last yaar:
. 86N.180 !2M 42.;
.2.19.510 liui.itw Ii8,234
.J.014.3--9 l.Bl.784 lSZ.oli
Oood to choice cornfed steers $0 8oi 23
iMitr to goud cornfed steris
Common to fair corn-fed sioers.
tjood to choice range steors
common to fair ranse steeta
Market is In
n heiiithfu . rrogree-ovc condition, wun a
jatendv demand and steadr pi ices prfvalllng.
A feat tire of the situation l the scarcity of
i noils, running to threc-eltrhths and half-
blood grades. This Is pal tlcnUrlv notice,
i.'bie In te'rltorics and In fleeces. Attention
Is now being paid to e,,thlng wools. Pulled
I wieli ate steady. Individ ml transactions
I In tenltf-h s touch the hnlf-mllllon mark.
iKon Ign grades are firm, leading domestic
'nimiHiiitnv follow- Ohio nnd I'ennsvlvsnia
14.1M', PHEEP-Heceipts of sheep were larger I x- aird nltove, .-' iH4t - X. 814i3-;
1 this morning, there being a very lair , 41 -,i4c; No. 2. StfiSk ; fine unwashed. 2iVi -ci
;9 . 4 7 : Wednesday's run. The srrlvals enn:nt1 ; unmerchantable. .""iHc: half blool 1111-
(ull largely of killers, although there was . washed. .2l'i3.:V: tbree-rlphlha t.oei iin
a considerable sprinkling of feeders, both ' washed. it'i.t4(1c; qmirtcr lilood unWasheit.
sheep and lambs. !U2'aae; deluine washed, Jf.fjWc; dal.tlne utl-
The market on fat sheep did not fly sot washed. ZliSSc. Michigan-nne unwashed,
bt.h .-Hn4.... a .1.1.... f. .a h.r 1 vitrVr thtec-ilcht hr blood tmwHshrl. i.'T
nnrknt n.'.im. n.W i,.n ilitio wcuk. ' J4r : nusrter blnml unwsslied. 31r3i-: dclnltic
kneed to start ivlth end the further lacl unwashed. i.tiL")'.
that there was a liberal sunnlv from which Mlssoiiri-Comhlng
Kenluckt. Indiana and
nmriir blooi. in.'ic
to make selections enabled them lo take, Texas isivuted lls.--r InelJ months. ,.
their time infilling orders. The result was 73c: fin" 6 to ."h K?ll'i
that the market was rather slow and ihe clean. I,WV. California '"''X'ilZ
feeding decidedly weak.
lMVjN. J C. g. is...
Braita I a i . .. -
.jt .-..nn.u,., , , rnir 10 good cows and hitlers..
9X-'N. Y. C. g. - 9a l.,nimon tu fair mi ,n,l b.lfers.. 1.40-u'W
11...... , . ..... ...--. J
ia-ii ' i? I "-'""ce stnekera and teeoers., i.-v-
' " "J swo stockers and fetders.
; t-ommon to fair stockers
99J, j Bulls, stae., rtc
96 I Veal calve.
The followliii: table shows 'he
price of hogs at South Oirmiia for
several days, with comparisons:
No. Pscltlc 4s.
N. - W. c. U.
Hy. 8. L. rg 4s
Penn. eon v. 3V..10Mi j
Reading gen. 4s.. 99-"
8 U 1 M. c. es.113 :
n u. & e.r . lg. 4s m ,.
S. Ij. 8.W. c. 4s. M
S. 26 (14.20
Oate. 1906. 11905. i04.1903.,19P2.'19ttl.;i9nO
Noy. II... oil j j 4 !
It1 I Nov. It '.'.'
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROYIBIOWfc
Featarea af lha Tradlaaj aai Cloalaa
Prlcea on Board o( -Trade.
(Hlf-Jkno. Nov. 21. The local whoa
market tcKlay waa subjected to renewed
selling pressure on the December, option
and a weak tone nrovallcd nearly all day.
At tha rloae the rcernber delivery waa off
,tSo. Corn waa up V,fr,c. Oats were a
shade higher. . Provisions were fcfl lo
blaher. . .
t he feature of the day's trading was Ihe
nenewed selling of the December delivery
by longs and elevator Interests. Fcr a
iiori time after- tha- opening the market
show-Ad .aotne -Ocmnea becauw tft aharjj
advunoe in the price of wheat at Jilnnw
innlta due in a atlll further falling off in
leceints. Arrivals today at Minneapolis untl
Duluth wera about one-half of what they
were on tha corresponding day last year
and the price of No. 1 hard at Minneapolis
whs quoted at SVn;, above tha December
delivery. News from the southwest wa
bullish, an Omaha dispatch stating that
cash house were bidding a higher premium
for wheat than at any previous, lima this
season. Despite theae advances the mar
ket after the. slight firmness at tha open
ing was Inclined to be weak. Tha total
volume of trading w-aa small, The close
waa weak, with prices near the lowest
point of the day. December opened un
changed to a shade higher at 73c to 73'4j
4i14e, . sold off to 73V and closed at TWt
7Vo. Clearances of wheat and flour were
eounl to 313.UH) bu. Primary receipts were
mi.dX) bu., against 1.499,000 bu. for the earn
risy .IaM year. Minneapolis, Duluth and
Chicago reported receipts of 639 cars,
against 596 cars last week and 1,06s cars
h year ago. , .
Trading In the corn pit was quiet, but
the market waa firm all day. Small local
receipts and wet weather throughout the
corn belt were the eources of strength.
The demand came largely from t-omiiils-alon
houaea. December opened Vio to Tt
Sc higher at 42-4C to 4."4'(lc, eoiu ui
42Hc. and closed at 4:;Mv42c Eoeal re
ceipts were 324 oars, with 28 care of con
tract grade. :
Oata were quiet and steady. There was a
fair demand by oommlaslon houses, but
offertnga were scarce because, of the de
creased movement occasioned by the rougn
weather throughout the middle west. De
cember opened a shade higher at 3c. sold
between !BHftV and 83r(t!UV and closed
at S-lSc Docal receipts were l'. oars.
Although trading in provisione wn.a iiu
active, the market was firm all day be.
caiuse of a decrease In hog receipts at west
in packing centers and a Increase In the
ahlpmenta of nat and lard. Jamnry pork
was especially strong- Considerable dis
position waa shown h outsiders to buy
products . for Investment. , At the close
January pork waa up 15c at 14.T7fc. Lard
was 6c higher at 18.67. . Ribs were it
higher at I7.24r...
Eallmated receipts for tonwrrow: Wheat,
a cars: corn. 147 cars; oats. 139 cars; hogs.
"'tI4 leading futures ranged as followa:
Articles iTipenTt Hlghdl"- Cloae.'l Tes'y.
HHI stocks-Cnlon Pscttlc ana- ttao.us.
Illinois Central relapsed froir,c,?"ler2."L
advance, and St. Paul. I nlted States Steel,
Amalgamated Copper and some other prom
inent favorites were backward I rofltr
taking by the professionals affected the
whole list late In the day and the closing
was Irregular and generally below the
blonds were Irregular, total sales pair
value. $2,114,000. Vnlted States registered
2n declined per cent on call.
The following was the range ot prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
C13 00; mesa, S 0t'a 0O; beef hams, 22.rVa wss a recurrence of active nl"r"Jt
i4.W; packet. 110 mxjn.w; city extra inai.t
mess, - l6a2O.0O.-- Cut meats, steady;
pickled bellies, 110 2512.50; pickled hams,
112 013. 60. Irfird, easy; western prime,
19.40 1. 60, nominal; reflned. steady;
continent. t.i0; South America, 110.73;
compound, 8-T)04J'.25. Pork, steady; fam
ily, $11.60 1. 00; short clear, $18.00i3i
TALLOW Barely steady; city 2 per
pkg.). IHc; country . (pkgs. free), 64
RICE Steady: domestic,' fair to extra,
I H W H c; Japan, nominal.
PO0I.TRY Alive, market Irregular:
western chickens, 11c; fowla. 12c; turkeys,
16c. Dressed, market Irregular; western
chickens, 124?lSVc; spring turkeys, 16i
lie; fowla. lOCHtHc.
BUTTER Strong; street prices, extra
creamery, 2 28 Ho. Official prlcea: Cream
ery, common to extra, 2029o; held, sec-onrta-
to extra Jl28o; arate, dairy, com
mon to extra,20B27 He: renovated, common
to extra, liB'22Hc; western factory, com
mon to firsts, 16H20c; western Imita
tion creamery, firsts, 2147 22c. .'.
CHEESE Quiet; " state, full cream,
large and small, September, fancy,
13Hc; October, best, 12c; state, fair to
good. 12(812,ic; state. Inferior, 10H4jllc.
EftOS Steady, stats. Pennsylvania and
nearby, fancy and selected white. S91?40c;
state, choice, 3683c; state, mixed fancy.
Sb(&a7r; western, selected best. 83c. Official
prices: Firsts. 32c; seconds, 275,IOc.
Nt. Loots General Market.
ST.. IX) t. IS, Nov. 21. WHEAT Lower;
track. No. 2 red. cash, 76W7544C; No. 2 hard,
72'74Sc. December, 727AaV3c; May, 77V(
CORN Higher; track. No. 2 cash, 414c;
new, 44H4i46c: old No. 2 white, 43c: new,
44Wit45c; old December. 40c; May, 41Ho-'
' (5ATS llrm; track. No. 2 cash. 33V'0c;
No. 2 while, 34c; iwcemoer, uytc; way.
Colo, ft So. 48.. i.: K
Cuba 5s lm
1. & R Q. 4m.... 9V
'Lis. Soc. 5s..... s;
Erie p. I. 4a.... .MO
do gn. 4s wiv
Hock Val. 4s..l'WH
T. 8. L.- & W. 4. sfHi I
i ruon I'acmc 4s..l0.t
C. 8. 8. 2d Ss '
Wabash is 113
do deb. R 79a;
.Vostern Md. 4s.. M1
.V. A L. E. 4s.... 874
.Vis. Central 4s... 9o'
1 it In! A St 4 R4
Nov 13... j 9S,Bj 4 80! 4 541 6 211 ( 6l 4 74
1 If 73 IN 1 Or t O1! "
6 064 4 72 4 Ct: 16 3.', 5 67: 4 8.'
6 10 I 4 631 4 3 4 54i 1 i 631 4 90
i 7 4 71! 4 4t! 6 411 I 4 82
4 6S 14 67 4 31i 6 21 16 63!
I 4 63 ; 4 4T 6 291 5 611 4 7
i Vnr hirn cluilee. hitflhHf nortnern nmni, w,i
to, ini.r. .v... 1 , . .),, 7iw71c- eaT-
1 clothing, tilnp; vauey io. 1.
Terrltrvrv fstaide scoured baslsl-
mriv: fine' medium, ;;(; wedluni.
tviKl- Territory (ordlnarv eeourcq nas si
X. i'Vl6c: No. 1, tWl1c. fUliea wtmis
(scoured buslsi-Extra, 6ti71c; nne, UiHc;
A supers. r,71itV: Tt supers. 4ifJe.
PT IjOCIS. Mo . Nov. l. WMJl Steady.
Medium grudes combing mi'l clotlilna.
27c: light fine. Itjlc; heavy tine. Hf -.
tub-washed. 3237-; . ' '
eriiay, but even
6 IN:t.'i f Th, t number nt
4.006M 1 , , h . W1.,. for x mpff 7''.2c
J 'riand ns buyers evidently wanted a few theR'r!"
1 iiji (wi I mai'Ket on Ihe belter kinds did not snow
J.U4. V n ,,rU rl.anan Aa r,imnB,,l Willi VMlffilnr
. - '' L"V - . aome Tir.l ll menA l-ntt(rn f u I llmltt f 1 1 ,1
J-w r -
U' O, tl.Mh
Feeders ere In very fair demand and
as (here were some outside buyers In the
market In spots was higher. The general
trade, however, could only be minted as
steady, but with the demand good.
Quotations en killers: Oood to choice
lambs. 87.0U4.1 7.40; fair to good lambs, M.754J
7 00; good to choice yearlings. 8.". 7 Vfj6 Oil ;
fair lo ood yearlings. 5.Sntu.t; good to
choice wethers, tVi.tfiitft ); fair to good
6 02 I
4 6RI 4 461 6 3t 6 731 4 75 Wyoming ewes'
4 6 4 54l 4 461 24! . 811 4 Vii . Wyomln? lm"s.
. ai.irOlin.all aTl'Utl IU I. I1UICT? rr w Cl,
I6.0nft,.2f;; fair to good ewes. 14. 65454.00.
Quotations on feeders: Oood to choice
lambs. I6.IW6 26: medium lambs. 18 Solano;
light lambs. $4.Mi2.: yearlings. 5.14iSJ:
wethers. I4.75''i.(0; ewes, (3.a4f l.4u; breed
ing ewes, H.ToftiOO.
ififi Wyoming ewes, feeders.
RANGE OF PRICES.
Boston .storks and Bouds. Cattle.
BOSTON. Nov. !1 Call loans, 6fi7 per 1
cent; time loans. 616 per cent. JC-1 Kansaa Ci't'v iov:R
nunlllliini' nn .toli. nrf h,.nHa .r- aninM tlljr S.OIlCjit). ,5
Atch. adj. 4s 93 Atlantlc JH 1 S L, V?,1-i7.'!2
do 4s . luWlllngham 80 ; kloa ( llv .Sor6.25
Mex. Central 4a.. 81 W'al. & Hecla 855 I The official number of cars
39 Wyoming lambs.
I 16 Wyoming lambs
j 2"t) Wyoming Innilie
i tr tv.-.,.,ir,. I. ...i..
13 txVfifc -J I Wyoming lambs
"75-ati"5 yomlng lumlM, feeders....
irfijo; Wyonnjng ewes
t iv,,- )f. n " yomlng ewee. feeders
211 Nebraska yearlings
of stock (--d Wyoming ewes and wethers.
FLOUR Steady; red wnter patents, 83.60
63.76; extra fancy and" straight, I3.10g3.451,
Clear. 8i6nttl2.. -
SKELs-Tlmothy. steady, $3.25Q8.76.
CORNMEAL tjulet, K.30.
BRAN Strong; sacked, east track, 97r
HAY Strong; timothy, tll.0itf 19.50;
prairie. IHMimfi 16.60.
IRON COTTON TIES tl-OI.
HEMP TWIN E 9c.
PROVISIONS Pork. higher; Jobbing,
$16.35. Iird. higher; prime steam, $9,124.
Dry salt meats, steady: boxed, extra
shorts, $9.37"; clear ribs. $9.12; short
clears, 89.87V4. Bacon, steady; boxed, extra
shorts, $10. f;- clear ribs, IS.HVV; shurt
POl'LTRY Firm; chickens, 8c; springs,
9Ho; turkeys, lioi ducks, l,ic; geese, i-itSc
BUTTER Creamery, i37ii9c; dulry, liH774c.
EOOS nrm, 26c, ce count.-
- - -. Receipts. Shipments.
, ... 7.000 12.1'AIO
.V. U4i -'- 74
ft)i 'nrB i
Mav'.isJVu-Vi 4:'' .
Julyi.-C- -H 44-4..
Unl" t i
lie.... - .4.T3Ml,Vit ;
Jaly... XlVal 'Lr
Wheat, bu ,
Corn, bu ...
Oats, bu ....
Kansas City Grata and PraTlalona.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 21. WH EAT
December, 67 c; May, 72ic; cash. No. 2
hard. 70itf73c; No. 8, 69i0c; No. 2 red,
72c; No. 3. 6lto70c
CORN December, 37Hc; May, 38io;
July, 39 He; caah. No. 2 mixed, 88V
39 Vic: No. I. 18 We; No. 5 white. 8844 9 39c.
OATS No, 2 white. 33c; No. 2 mixed.
EOOS! Strong; fc higher; Missouri and
Kansas extras, 2M-c; fltats, 2c; seconds
HAY Steady to strong: choice timothy.
$13.75m.iw; choice prairie, ll.b(rl2..-a,
RYE Steady; 6filc.
BUTTER Creamery, 27c; packing.
Wheat, bu 112.000 li'l.nuo
Corn mi SO.flno Kh.fo
Oats.' bu 6.1-M ,0n
Board of Trade quotations for Kansas
Citv and Chicago delivery. The range of
prices, ss reported by Logan & Bryan, 111
Board of Trade Building, was:
Artiolee. Open.t Hlgb.( Low. ( Close. Yas'y.
4Htl 44ii44i-H1i 1-
S3r 33- 33fi334j
lA'ii' I 14
8 77 W
T so i
82j 14 70
OS . j 14 9u
1 20 -i 25
8 W J 8 75
I 57 I W
8 WSI 8 st I
96 I" 1
14 CTtt 14 824
16 00. J 11 iw'Vj
25 i . tC
V 80 t 7a
8 K Vfcl . I
t-sh quotations were' as follows:
tiMA",K--Frrm; wlnlef patents. fitOfij an
straights $3 kS !; spring patents. K.lanJ
3 so; siuilglita, "3..-v3 .mi; takers, l;.40yiiii
WHEAT No. siK-lng, 7u2c; No. S, 73
tidlc; No. 1 red, 7SWtr73Tie.
CORN-No. 2. 44c; No 3 yellow, 46Vj,fj47e.
OATS No. I. 83Sc; No, 8 white, 3SQ4oc.
RYE No. t too.
HARLKY Fair to choice malting. 48trR3r..
UEEDb No. I flax. 1.13: No. 1 north.
western, $1 21 ; 'prime tlnvulhy, $4.26; clover,
Contract srade, $1I.V. ,.
PHoVISH'Na Short rlue Sides (loosci,
I m &. Pork, mess, per bbl., $IC00. Lard,
pr 1(0 lbs.. t . Short clear sides
Tne recciipta ana snipmenis or nour ana
Mllwaakra Grain Market.
MILWACKFE. Nov." Vi. WHEAT
Steady; No. I northern, SlfiSJc; No. t north
ern. T,iil4?; May. Tk'sc aske.f
RYE Steady: No. 1. Os'iSc
BARLEY Steady; No. 5Mjc; sample
OoRN-Steady; No. cash. 44)'iMHc; May.
t-'V asked. . .
. LlTerpool Grata pad Crovlafuas.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 21. WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. 2 red western winter. 5 liwt.
Futures, dull; Iecember, laiPad; March.
8a5d; May, 6s (d. - , ' :
CVRN 6iot, quiet American mixed,
4s 3d. Futures, quiet: December, 4s tSd;
January, 4a d.
Am. C. & F
Am. C. & F. pfd
Am. Cotton Oil pfd..
11. & 1... Pto
Am. Linseed Oil pfd.
Am. Locomotive ....
8. & H
8. & R pM
Am. Sugar Reninng.
Am. Tobacco pfd ctf
Anaconda Mil. Co...
Atlantic 0. L ....
Bal. k Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pro
Krooklvn R. T
Canadian Pacific ....
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
f'Htcaaro Ot. W
Chicago & N. W..
C, M. & St. P
fhlfuan T. & T
Chicago T. & T. pfd.
C. C, C. ft St. L.c.
Colorado F. & I ,
Colo, ft So. let pd..
Colo, ft So. 2d pfd....
Consolidated Ois .
Corn Products, rfg..
Corn Prod, pfd, rfg..
Delaware ft Hudson
Del., U ft W.......
D. ft R. O
D. ft R. O. pfd
Distillers' - Sec
Erie 1st pfd....
Erie 2d pfd
General Electric ....
Hook. Val.. asked..,.
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd ,..
Iowa Central pfd
Kansas City So
K. C. So. pfd
Louisville ic Nh...
Minn. & St. L
M., St. P. ft S. 8. M.
M. 8.P. ft 8 8 M. pfd
M , K. ft T
M.. K ft T. pfd
N. R. R. of M. Jjfd..
N. Y. Central
N. Y-. O. ft W
Norfolk ft W
Norfolk W. pfd....
P., C. C. 4 St. L....
Pn'Hfed 8. C
Pressed 8 C. pfd
Pullman Palace Car.
Reading 1st pfd
Reading 2d pfd
Kepuonc meei piu.
Rock Island Co....
R. 1. Co. prd
St. L. ft 8. F. 2d pfd.
Bt. 1 8. w
St. U 8 W. pfd
So. Pacific pffl
So Railway pfd
Tennessee C. ft I....
Texas ft Pacific
T . St. L. ft W
T.. St. L. ft W. pfd..
I'nlon raclflr pfd....
V. S. Express
V. 8. Realty
V. S. Rubber
1'. 8. Steel
I". 8. Steel pfd
Va.-Car. Chemical ..
V -Car. Chem. pfd..
Westing. Electric ...
W. ft 1 K
Wis. Central nfd
Northern Pacific ....
Central leather ....
Cen. Leather pfd
Great No. pfd
Int Metropolitan ...
It Met. pfd
. 1 '
2 to '
Boston ft Al..
Boston ft Me....
Boston Kle. ...
Fitchburg pfd .
Mex. Central ...
N Y. N H. ft H.
I'nlon Paclilc ...
Am. A Chem...
Am. P. Tube
Amer. Sugar ...
4111. 1. .V A......
Am. Woolen ....
"Dom. I. ft S...
Edison E. II...
do pfd ..,
United S. M..,
do pfd ......
V. 8. Steel....
do pfd .
li'Hjj Copper Range
242 jDaly West
IXi r Isle Roynle
24TiMass. Mining ...
... ,,.1 Mohawk
...lK-Sold iHimlnion ..
. 25 . risceola
... !1 .' Prrot v.'....
... 14!n Qnlncy
... 3li Pnited Copper .
...13 C. S. Mining...,
... 24U I'J 8. Oil
... I'J Victoria
....biv.j North llutte ...
72 ntulle Coalition
2 , .Nevada
46A.Cal. ft Arizona.
..... 5', Arizona Com ..
4 Hireene Con. ...
.. s."n brought In loday by each road was: !3T2 Wyoming lambs, feeders
--4 lame. nogs, oncep. 11 ses i.tet wvnm Inc leniba
,a0 : 67! . .57.
WASHIn'uTON. Nov., 21.-Today x state
ment of the treasury, balance in the cr-n-eral
fund, exclusive of t-lie $Wi.iXi,0u gold
rererve. ahiiw: Avsilahle cash halnn,-e.
9lfc 1 $227 Ji70,71R; gold coin' 4nt' bullion. $115.K-i.472:
Ml goia certincates, X4.h,hmi,.tjo.
OMAUA WIIOWMbli: HIARKCr,
. ao4 c. m. & st. p 1
. 2i-,t W abash 3
. 13s 1 Mifsourl Pacific 3
. 224 I'nh-m Pacific
. 7-H I c. ft N. W., east....
. 17-11 ! C. ft N. W., west...
. n -i ; c. st. p., m. ft o...
. n,Kt I C, 11. ft W., east....
.12K jt'., H. ft W., west...
. 26' i.e.. R. 1. t P., eaat.
.lul C. R. 1. ft P., west.
. IT's I Illinois Central .....
.101 I Great Western
75-4 I. Totnl receipts ...
6-'-4 j The disposition of the day's receipts wss
'''4 .as follows, euch buver purcnaslng tnc nuin-
53'J ! bor of head Indicated:
Oma-ha Packing Co b!'7 2
Swift and Company 1.191 Ri
Cudahy Packing Co dHi 1,0t"i2
Armour ft C(k 8411 J,10ii
arey ft Benton 63
Iobiuan ft Co 116 ....
McCrearv ft Carey 3,9 ....
W. I. Stephen 40 ....
HHI ft Son 140
F. !. Lewi 46 ....
Huston & Co 40 ....
Hamilton ft Rothschild., id ....
U F. Hurs ..- 29
Wolf mo ....
J. II. Bulla .;. 64
Mike Haggerty 13
J. B. Rixit ft Co 53
T, B. lnghratn 7 ....
Oils and Hnsln.
NEW YORK. Nov. 21. OILS Col tOnseed,
sicadv; prime crude f. o. b. hillls, .6',c:
Pi-lme' vellow. 4Je. Petroleum, steady; rc-
fineil New York., tr.W. I'hilwlelphia and
Baltinioie. $7.15; Phllsdclphla and Bnltl-
1 .... . . ... ... A.n. TA1 L.
mire in mug, 4..w. 1 ui pi iiiuii-,, oi, iv.i
ROSIN Su-ady; strained, common to
'olL C1TY. Pa.. Nov. Il.-OIf-S-Credlt
balances, $1.58. Runs.-107.223 bbls.: aversgo,
bbls. Shipments, l.sr,,3ni bbjs.; aver
age. 155.W." bbls. . "
1 I CIIIC.4 LI YB STOCK IH IRKKT
, I Cattle glow and Dull Hogs Five In
1 Ten Cents Higher.
; CHICAGO. Nov. 21. -CATTLE Receipts.
7 22.0') head; market low nnd dull: common
lo prime steers. $4.0hii7.4; cows, U.H't
" 4.75; heifers. $2.Wfl6.1t; bulls, $2 KSr4 M;
' 1 oilves, $3.njxfc.00; ctockers and feeders, $2.4
HOOR Receipts. J7.00O bend; market .V.
Inc higher; choice to prime heavy, 16.30V
Cattle.' Hogs. Sheep.
8.V: medium to
good heavy. ii.l51f ,.:'5;
$l.irVi.3i; good to choice
packing. $.75is.ln; pigs.
Lambs neceiots -roi
1.7") i head; market 5loc lower: sheep, $3, 254i;.73;
46 yenr.lngs, tA.iViti.ot); lumbs, $J.W!i7.w).
!s ! ,
fw York Live Ptock Market,
' ! NEW YORK. Nov. 21 . - ft EE V E1- R -""""
1 celpts. 2.364 head Steers, slow and loftlV
" 1 lower; bulls, steady; cows, lower, except
'' 1 bologna stock, Which was steady; steers.
" $4.25fi6.00; extra -deers, $6.; bulls, Z.Hti
. 21 H
' i'iiio iHii iisvi
J'lO IS4 1SVJ
100 814 8i 4
'"i)6 'k'i 'siii
2.0 1 30", so
700 51 51 Vi
St) 80 3i)
wK) 814 6it4
5.9-10 14S4 147
14,500 254 244
20 6ti', 664
2 40W 95 '944
12.100 3874 37',
1,6") 72 71
500 754 7"4
1,900 54 55 -
8.400 i:i2 13nS
, Lb") 47 464
. 800 . 96 . 91 4
; 4.20 394 374
, 14.400 14ilS 1394
. 2,200 944 93",
!is4i'io ui iii'i
Candltloa of Trade and Quotations on
Ctaplc and Knncr Produce.
EOOS-I-C4-. dux., 2ki.:. , '
I I VP- HI.-I.TuV-Han. Ke rn.iHtsra.6c:
, tut keys, 14ftiluc; duckn. so;. .spring clilcjtens.
"4 ; 84i-; gitese, sjc. i '
J4, 131"! TER packing block. l7Vic; choice to
""s;fancv dairv, 2lnc; cresinerj, iiu.ic.
1 HAY Choice upland, $0 0 ; nuaiuin. $9.00;
, 5 V coarse, $.oit).6D. Rye st:w, $6.507.0".
LbVil BRAN Per ton. $15.00.
SWEET I'OTA IOES-Per -bl.. $260.
TOMATOES Cjiitorula. per baaket of 20
WAX BliANS Per one-Vblrd bu, box.
1 BEETS AND CARROTS-Per bu., 75c.
I LEAF LETT t'CE Hothouse, per del.,
1 neads, 4vc.
hi)Ti , i-L-i .irur-Wp itm nosi-arw
l'i'i, Cl'Cl MHERS--Hothouse, per dos., $2.00
2;4 1 ONIONS Home grown, 60tr per bu.; Span-
Ish, 11. ia rer crate; Colorado, inc.
HUKKN ONIONS Per -dos. bunches. S6c.
HOKSERADISH-C.-ise of 2 dos., 11 90.
RADISH ES Per dos bunches, 3nc.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $175; No. 2, $1.06.
LIMA BEANS Per lb., 64c.
GREEN PEPPERS Par market basket,
PARSLEY Hothouse, per doa. bunches,
CABBAGE Holland seed, home grown.
'4 I per lb- 14o.
2.700 344 344
t Pearlav Grain Market.
PEORIA. Nov. a COR Higher; No.
yellow-and Nor 8. 40r; Kk 4, 8S0. - -
OATS Steady; No. 2 white, 84c; No.
white. 334d43c; No. 4 white, 2244r324c.
. KYK Firm; No. 1 i6oe.
WHISKV-On basis of $1 .29.
Wheal, bu -i - - wt)
com. w.... ;
tuts. bV- '"" .-..v'-;
Vive. bu?..-. :
Barley, bu I28.4u
t)n the Produce e.xcltange today the but
ter market waa steady creamery, f274c;
dairy, lu-'4-. Eggs, steady; at mark, cases
included. IC'(,;k-; firsts. 27c; pri.ive nrsta,
mk: rxliaa, i-c. Cheese, steady. 1344714c.
Italeth Urala Market.
lM'LCTH, Nov. 21. WHEAT On tiai k
S'o. 1 barrl. ic; No. 1 northern, 81Sc; No
vember. 8040;, Decern he r- 7 4-' .May, 4c;
OATS To arrive, 324c. , .
' I'klladelphla Preaae Market.
Till LA DELPHI A, Nov 21.-BFTTEM-IVui
anJ A W!ier; iia wtnn crara
Mlaaeapella Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Nov: n.-FLOI'R
Fit-el patenta, $4 3in-4.0; second1 patents,
84 154-4.26; fli at clean. $.!.2td3.;i; sei-ond
BRAN In bulk. $14 0io 18.26.
EGO PLANT Per do.. $2 25.
P)TATOES Pr i)U., IW
Rt'TABAGAB 150 lbs. to suck, $1.50.
TURNIPS-Per bu.. 50o.
la salwsy, per box.
V. A. BrllloiL
Other buyers .
Total sales for the day, 918 800 shares.
Ixtndon Closing N forks. .
IXJS'DON. Nov. 21. Closing quotations on
tee Stock exchxne-e -ret
Toledo lead Market.
TOLRra O.. Nov. 21. SEED Clover,
cash and November, $.20; Iiecember. $1331;
MHjch. $ ei Timothy, $1.85. Alelke, $1.80.
t n' ' ,
Kvanoraled lAanJee .and l)rtd Frails,
NEW YORK. Nov. 21. EVAPORATED
APPLFS Market continues firm on bulk
split and futures. Offsringa from the west
are a little inure liberal, however, and Im
mediate ilt-man da are being supplied. High
choice In the local market are quoted at
S-c; choice, 74ic; prune, 74c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRL'1T8-Prun. a
ore rtrrt'd in good demand, with quota,
lions ranging from 8uc. according to
grade. Apncota are Arm, but quiet, llh
choice quvle.1 a. 16c; exit choice. 15J
18c; lanev. lefi'-ik-. Kalsies ere scarre. b
the murkot rulra firm, muh loos Mu
?uote1 at 71yr seeu.-o ralslna, iOlO'.i-;
ondon Ueia, Ia 17,-. I'earhes ar un
chsngid. wttn new crop i-hoi, e quoted at
ua, whoice, UV.'l'!, Ale . . ' .
Bisl A Ohio...
Can. Pacific ..
Ches. ft Ohio..
Chicago O W.
C. M. ft St. P
D. ft R- O
do 1st pfd ...
de 3d pfd ...
Illinois Central. ..I'd
Ixiulsivlle ft N...152
vt.. K. ft T
-4. Y. Central..,
N'nrfolk ft W...,
Ontario ft W...
1224 Pennsylvania ...
.li4 Rand Mines
.. in iBu. Railway ,
..192 do ofd
.. 214 So. Pacific ...
., 12 irnlon Pacific
..88 do pfd
.. 454 I. 8 Stel...,
.. 7u do pfd
. . 70 .Wabash
do ptd ......
Spanish 4s ...
SILVER Bar. steady. 32T,d per ounce
Mi).ti-,jj" per cent.
The r- ,nriMiii in th orn inarket
for short Mils Is 6-a;', per wnt; for three
months' bills. & 15-lu per ccm . - .
LONDON. Nov 21. Demand for uoiiiey
In the market today was fairly good and
the suppliva were limited. R-tea weie
higher. Dlscojnta were affeited by the
South American gold requirements and
rates were tinner. The stock exchange wu
also affected by dear money fears, and quo
tations In niot l.istance further dcclliiod
PEACHES Calif ornli
11 111: Colorado, ii.i. .
PEARSWlnter varieties, per bu., $2,250
ORAPES- tokay, $J"S; Malaga, per bbl.,
APPLES Ben Davis. $2.23; Jonathans,
$3?6ji36o; New York apples, $3.25; Orlmes'
tl 111 ' '
CRA&HERR1ES-Per bbl., $9 00&10 00.
Ql'INCES Per box. $2 "b.
ORANGE!S-':iirlda braofecs. 3.0.
LEMONS Llmonlera, extra fancy, tei
slxe, $5.00; 300 size, $6.00; 360 slxe. $tl.(Ji, other
brands, $1.00 less. . ,
BANANAS Per medinm-sixed bunch,
$20 2 25; jamboa. $2.Si'':eSi
FI iS Kadaway. ik-f savers, 5c: new
stuffed walnut dats, 9-lb. bog. $1.10: Call-
SiV. I fcmla, bulk. 54c; 7-ci-own Turkisn. lie; -
UH4 crown. 14c; 8-erown. ISc: 8-crown. 12c.
I GRAPE FRUIT Slxe tta to 64 and $0 to
115 ,96, $4.244.75.
5141 SCO 4.R- Granulated rand, in sacks, $0 Q
iki. 1 crsnuluted beet, ill s.icka, $6 31.
CHEESE uwi.ib. new. iec; Wisconsin
brick. 154c; Wisconsin lituuerger, 1-4;
t-ln. 15c; Young Americans, lr4o.
COFFEE Roasted. No. 86. 2nc per Ib.J
No. 30, 21c per lb.; No. a 19o per lb.; No.
20. Me per lb ; No. 21 1 13c per lb.
CO:UANDT8 Per sack of 100. $4.60.
BVr.l'P In bbls., 27c per gal.; In cases.
10-!b cans, $1.70; cases, 11 t-lb cans, $1.80;
vase. 24 J'tj-lb. cans, $1.8i.
HON EV I'er 24 frames. $3.6a
CIDEH New. half - barrel, 12.76; barrel.
CUT BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, 144c; No. 2 ribs 9c; No. $ ribs.
' Hi I , 4.0- J loin, lib, J. lum, l-T-t
S7v;3 loin. fc,i-: Nu. i chuck, Sc; No. 2 chuck,
17 5c; No. 8 chuck, 4c; No. 1 round, 8c; No. 2
rouna. c; ru. a iuuiiu, o-.tc; .-'u. 1 pmie,
,44c; No. 2 plato. 4c: No. 3 plate. ?c.
CANNED GOODS jorn. standard west,
ern. frofU'iOc; Maine, $1.15. Tomatoea, 1-lh.
cars, $1.10; 2-lb. cans. V7Vi)lW. fine
apples, grated, 2-lb.. 2.05iC2.JO; sliced. $1.90
tr-' -'o; gallon apples, fancy. $2.46; California
vprlcota, tl.90a:-26; pears, tU.75UL.&0: peaci aa.
fancy, $1.7io2.4u; 11. C- loathes. $I.AxatW.
Alaska salmon, red, $1.26: fancy Chinook.
P., $2.10; fancy sockeye, F.. tl.ku. aardtnea,
quurlrr oil, $2.76; three-quarter mustard,
$3 00. Sweet potatoes, $l.luol.26i sauarkraut,
11 (.; pumpklua, ttOcvU-OO: wax ueans, 2-lb.,
5ik(i Sik-; lima beans. I-lb., 7 u4l 3fc; spinach,
l! Si; cheap peas, l-lb., 0o; extraa. 95u4u$1.10;
CURED V18H - Family whltefush, per
quarter bbl., Ul lbs.. $4.0n; Norway mack,
eral. No. I, $00; No. 2. $J6.00; No. 8. I. 00;
Irish, No. 2. $1606; herring. In bbls.. 2utl
lbs. eacH, Norway, 4k. $9.uo; Norway, 8k.
8900; Holland herring, lo kegs, milkers,
Hk : kepa, mixed, DC.
F18I4 Trout, 12c; halibut. 12c: catAah,
15c; buffalo. 8c; bullhead,!. He; black base,
floe stuck. 25c; ssiir.on. L; rtks. 11c; red
snapper, fresh frosnt.. 12c; wiilteflah, fresh
Irozeii, 13c; yellow perch, dtessud aui
scaled. c; pickerel, fresh fruseq, u;
frog lega. 86c per dos. saddles
HIDES AND TALLOW-Green salted,
No. 1, 12c; No. 2. llc; bull hides, IkjIoc;
green bides. No. 1. 11c; No. 2, lbc; horse,
tl6uil.76; sheep relia, 60cJ$1.26. Tallow,
No. 1. 4c: No. t 24c.
Nl'TS French walnuts, 13V.C; California
walnuts. No. J. hard shell, 12c; No. I. s-'fl
shell, lit;; Braxils. ntfUV,o; pecans. 1417c;
aimuuds, . haid
Totals i 5,610 J.0U4
CATTLE -There was a total of 201
of att: reported In the yards this morn
ing, wnicn wss a very liberal - run for a
Wednesday; The qmillty on an averagu
was not' particularly good, there being a
market for beef steers. Packers evidently
wanted supplies of good killers and such
cattle as would come under that hoad so'd
at about yesterday's prices. There were no
choice cornfeds such as there were here
yesterday to put a top on the' market.
There were, however, quite a good many
very fair kIKers among the westerns.
Cows and heifers also sold In about the.
same notches a yesterday and there was
110 quotable change In the desirable kinds
Good fleshy and well bred feeders con
tinue to he good sellers and it Is very little
trouble to dispose of everything of that de
scription coming forward at the present
time. Trash seems to be slow every day.
The country apparently does not care for
stockers or anything to be roughed through.
Pr. No. At. Pr.
2 10 II 1IM J
t It l HITS t Xl
t 4ft 10 Mil 1 ft)
1 43 a ?oi 1 ;o
1180 I M 1 IStO I
t40 4 00 t I3l t sc
B t l.tnO AMU FKISDKK
2 ,., 4M I 4.i t ?i I 33
10 HI I 15 Jr. loss I
t 784 S So
4.1 cows 948 7.85
ft L. 8. Co. Neb.
4 00; cows. $1.2ii3.9j. Exports todav, 46 est
tie, 20 sheep and 8,6") quarters of beef, to
"" morrow, 560 cattle.
" ! CALVES-Recelpte, i.rmi bend. Veals.
"Islow 10 26c lower; gmssr). dull, but stock
steadv; western, steadv: venls, Il.6i7i6.75:
"! choice. $9.00; little calves and Culls. $3.WWt
I 4.00; grassers, $2.25i8.0O; prime Western
"" 1 eaJveSj $4.75;-best. calves. Flow: city dressed
venls. Sit134c' per pound! country dressed.
M-11V.P. '- ' '
HHEEP AND IMBS-Recelpts. : 8.RJ$
head. Sheep, steady; choice sheep, firm:
lambs, steagy to loc higher, closed easier
except for prime and choice sheep; sheep.
$3.0i3.: choice $5,50; culls,-$-; lambs,
$6.5ifr7.75; rne car choice heavy, $7.85; culls,
$5.ooti3.6ti: Canada Iambs, $7.60.
HOG-Receipts, 7.720 head. Market
steady; state hogs. $6.&TK,i6.n.
77 cows 821 2 20
Rush Cre?k I
80 cows. . .
2 cows 825
W) steers... 1246
11 steers. ...lisl
8 frdr.. 752
53 steers. ...la:'6
35 steers.. ..1142
24 feeders.. 750
3 stock calves
33 cows 1039
3 COWS lUKO
57 feeders.. ltM
39 feeders.. 6-r
36 feeders.. 661
i 12 steers.. ..1U06
42 cows. .
45 steers. .
9R rows. .
Kansas City Ut Rtoek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 21. CATTLE
Receipts. 10.000 head, Including XM head
southerns; market steady to shade higher;
choice export and drossed bef steeps, $5.60
h6.7&: rair to good. H.8a.4: western
steers, $i.6rta'5.2S; stackers snd feeders. $2.50
southern steers. $3,0iy(6 26; southern
cows, K oyiyiut-, native cows, ..otn4.a; na
tive hlfera, $2.75riS.26; bulls, $J.la3.86;
IKXJ8 Receipts. 7.0ft) head; market
strong to 10c higher; top, $ii.30; hulk of
sales. $6.15(fi6.t5; heavy. $6.20n6.3a; packers,
$1.I5i6. .a: pigs and lights. $5.76af.2S.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.00
head; market strong to 10c blgner; Umbf
$6.0a7.S5; ewes snd yesrllngs, 84.76-if6.Ol
w-stern yearlings, tl.'&w:J; western
sheep, $4.26'S6.23; stockers and feeders. $3.76
Bt. I.onls Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 21. CATTLE Recelpla,
5.6u1 head. Including 1,200 head of Tsxans;
market slesdy: native shloping and export
e tears, $5 OKji7 00; dressed Iwef. and butcher
steers, 94.Oitlti.30: steers under 1.LU0 pounds,
$3.254.65: . stockers and feeders. $2.xjr4. 50 ;
cows and heifers. $'.'.50tii.i6; ranners .x(t
2.25; bulls, 4';.2iVij4.i)u; calves. $3.diii.6u;
Texas and Indian steors, $2.6nnV50; cows
and helfei-H, $2.kKi3.50.
HOGS -Receipts, 6.50O bead: market 6c
higher; pigs and light. $5.856.25: packers,
$6.0ura8.26; butchers and best heavy, $6. lOil
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1..V0
head: market steady; native muttons, $3.00
i6.26: lambs. $4.0ifi'7 : culls and bucks,
$2 7571.50; stockers. $3. 2634.00.
St. Jaseab I, Its Stork Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Nov. ?1. CATTLK-Re-celpts,
1.961 head; market steady; natives,
$4.1 Wl. 76; cows and heiTers, $i.O0fl4.30; stock
ers and feeders, $3.(u4.i4.lc6.
HOGS Receipts, 6.R96 head; market 10c
higher; top. $6 25; bulk. $6.IWi.i.'4.
SHEEP AND IMBS-Recelpts, 3.171
head; market weak; lambs, $7.35.
NEW YORK. Nov. 21. :OFFEE Market
for coffee futures opened at a decline of
5 to 1i( points and Increased the loss of
about 10 points during the mliblle session
ss a result of liquidation, European selling
and rather disappointing cables . from
Hsvre. The market closed steady at a
net decline of 10 points. . Salea were re
ported of 67,260 bales, Including December,
at 6.1fiti.06c: March. C-25(l'i.3ic; M ". 6.454
6.50c; July, 6.60c; September, 8.75476.800.
Bpol, quiet; No. 7 Rio, 1 8-16c. w
Sagar aad Molaaaea.
NEW YORK, Nov. 21-SUG A R Oulet;
fnlr refining. 2 6-16c: centrifugal. 9h
test, i 13-1ic; inolssees sugar, 3 l-16c.;
refined, quiet:- No. 6, 4.8oc : No. I, '.
4 :iic; No. 8. 4.2tc; No. , 4 '5c; No 10. 4.66c;
No. 11. 4c; No. 12. 8.95c; No. IS, 8.90c; No.
14 2 80c; confectioners' A. 4.6oe; crushed.
6 50c; powdered. 4.9TK-; granulated, -4.80oj
cubes. ; -
MOLA8SK-stoaoy ; rxew uricuns nwm.
good to choice, 3ik3Sc, . . ,
rn York Mining: Stocks.
NEW YORK, Nov. 21. Closing quotatlona
rn rr.lning siiv-kb were;
2 Little Chief
Adims Con .
Brunswick Con.. 61
Comstork Tun.... 33
Con. C'ul. ft Va..l35
Horn Sliver 1W
iron Sliver 4on
ladviile Con .... 5
Potosl . "
Sierra Nevada ... fr
Small Hopes ... 35
OMAHA. Nov. 21. -Bank clearings for to
day were $1,668,699 and for the correspond
ing date IsjU year $1.379.416.06. -
FATAL FALL OF BUILDING'
Three Mr Killed nnd TfoorteeHart '
When" Concrete 'Walls
GlveJjrVay. , - -
ROCHESTER. -N. Y.. Nov. 21. Three men
were killed. elgTit seriously Injured and aig
slightly hurt today at Eastman Kodak
park works. The men. were at work on a
scaffold near the top of a two-stoty build-,
Ing In course of construction. The proba
ble cause of the accident was the removal
of the supports of the steH floorlngj beforo.
the concrete had properly set. , . .
About twenty workmen were on the up
per h hIT old when the top floor gave, way,
The roof and walls voppled In with a crash
of. concrete and - hrlcks . and , heavy steel
girders. The men were hurled Into the
debris, falling about forty feet.
.1106 4 00
but at the close mi.n I rotated. 74c, California
i'urtiyneig wc-ie dull. wiUtausii, lue; wfl tied, lee.
4 cows 925 2 85 3 cows..
11 steers... .Hi2 4 00 23 steers
1! steers.. ..129 4 60 14 steers
20 cows 1022 8 26
O. O. Mitchell Wvo;
24 feeder. .I'M 3 8u 22 feeders.. 8M
H.icknev Bros. Wyo.
15 steers. ...1315 4 00
Jack Denis Wyo.
2 feeders.. E 3 50 2 hulls 16
I cows 841' 3 10 t cows 1016
Williams Bros. Wyo.
14 steers.. ..lit) 4 36 2 cows 978
Frank Watt Wyn.
23 steers. ...1213 4 30
ljt Bonte L. 8. Co. Wyo.
16$ feeders. 1076 $ 80 66 steors. ...102
..ln-AI 3 6 8 steers..
W. W. Lemell Wyo.
..1141 4 30
Frank Watts Wyo.
..last 2 50 I steers. .
..i: 4 40
R. W. Walgren Wyo,
15 steers. ...1184 9W stee-ts.,
E. M. Sweet Wyo.
7 steers.. ..1171 4 26 7 steers..
6 rows 873 3 10
U O. Butler Wyo.
4 steers. ... 96 2 8u
Wright Bros. Neb.
11 cows,.... 86a 2 40
I Wright Broe.-Neb.
Ill feeders.. 990 $ so IS now !l 2 V
HOGS Sold 6il0c higher this morning.
Buers started out bidding stronger prices
right from the first, but sa It became ap
parent that there was really a very fair
oemand lu the face of moderate receipts
the trade warmed up and the market be
came ValOc higher, aa staled above. The
far-t that reports from other selling points
were encogragtng helped mutters very ma
toi'iully. While the market opened a little
slow a hen the Hade was once under way,
It did not tuke very long to clear up every
thing In sight. As will be noted from the
sales lielow, a good many ot tha hogs sold
at and right arujnd I" 10, while the bulk
yesterday went at $6. Oner 06. Several loads
of good light and butcher weight sold up
to $, ii, whereas the toy yesterday ass
Shippers will undorataud that ihe general
Sloax City Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Voe. 21 .Special Tele
gram.! CATTLE Receipts Ml head; mar.
ket steady; beeves. $4.Sot 26; cows, bulls
and mixed, $3.6o84 On; stockers and feeders.
83.POTj-t.OT; calves and vearlings, $2.r-ti3.7&.
HlMit tteceiTH, 1 neaa- market tap
higher. Selling al $5.V&4.25;bulk. of sales.
Stork la Slant.
Receipts fit live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Fob Delaya Traffic
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21. The dens
fog settled over this section Sunday ha
not yet lifted. Among the vessels fog
bound Is the big American line steamship
Haverford. which had 140 cabin snd 900
steerage passengers on hoard. The Haver
ford passed In the Delaware capes Sunday
and. after stesmlng up tho bay twelv
miles, was compelled lo anchor on ac
count of tha fog. .
f.lllette Marder Trial.'-.
HERKIMER. N. Y.. - Nov. il Helen,
Greenwood, the waitress at Alts Cliff lodge
at Tupper lake, to whom Grace Brown la
said to have told her troubles Just before
her death, was the first wltivss railed to-"
diiv in Ihe Gillette murder trial. Miss
Greenwood said then' wus nothing par
ticulate noticeable about Grata Urow-i 111
day she saw her.
I'ottoa (rap Statistic.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. The amount
of cotton of the crop of 1906 up to No
vember 14. according to a bulletin. Issued
by the census bureau toddy, waa 6.631.4N
bales, counting round bales as half bales,
as against 7.611.180 bales last. year. The
number of active ginneries la (Wen aa
27,881, against 28.810 last ywar.
Malaler Smothered la Barley. ,
CINCINNATI. Nov. 21. Christ Klalss,
aged 2 years, expert malsier, at a brew
ery today fell head foremost Into a bug
barley hopper and was smothered to desth.
REIL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
Sioux City ...
Kansas City .
St. Joseph ...
St. Louis ....
..46,261 fjn.Ofel 47,571
NEW YORK. Nov. SI. M KTA 1.8 There
was quite a sharp decline tn the London
tin market, spot closing at 196 b snd fu
turea st 196 lbs
easy. In sympa
$42 tidJ-M 80. Copper was unchanged In Ihe
local market, with lake quoted at Ul.tr.tt
33 60, electrolytic at $-'1 754j22 ui and casting
at xzi.ottju . mn r.nguan market was
lower, with snot quoted at Is 4.1 and
futures al 1u2. Leat) was laid higher at 1
a'19 1 3d in lndon. - Locally the market!
waa unchanged, with quotation ranging '
from $6.76 to $). aecordliig to delivery. I
u,.ltr was rililel at XA XTria 40 and su, i,,'.-
! hanged at t'SI 16 In Ixj.idoiu In, 11 was 1
higher In the fcjigiiati market, with atand.
Oeorge 8. McCague to E. J. Robin
son, north 9S feet lot 1 and 2. block
24. Walnut Hill I 1,J0
Fred C. Haver nnd wife to John K..
Henrle, lot 10, 4tock 9, Myers, RJrtj- -ard
ft Tllden a
Eugune J. Sulllvuh and wffeto Prii
dent and Kmma Bsert lot 4, block '
2. Mahoney & Mlnnhan'a first adUir
tton to South tOniului. ' 2N
John SkwartcMki aud wife' to Ait
drxejj Ubal. lot 10, bliHk 46. South
(miaha v., iv 446
Casper E. Yost and wife to Morris C.
Boiler, lots ( and 7, Pruyn's subdi
vision --. X
Milton T. Barlow and wife to Morris
C Roller, same 1
James E. Ebersole t al. to Thomia
II. Mct'ague. lots 1 and 2, blxk I,
' Reed first addition 1
Josephine 11. WeldHnfeller to (Tlniou
A. Pech, lots 6 snd 6. Twenty-
fourth Street Business Place. South
t to,.u htt
1 Locally Ihe market was AntlM CorTlgan to Gustave Iefoordt.
thy with spot, quoted at ! t , blocS 6. Iigan place
Agricultural Insurance company to
Allen E. Kllliv, lots und $. block i. .
F-siik U Md'ny et si. to Peter V.
Blrkhsnser, north 46 feet south 9o
feel, lots 4, 6 and , block 12, West
George Hoist nd wife to Charles M.
Schmidt, lot 11. Missouri avenue.
Iurk place extension...,
Will H. Thompson and wife to Belle
M Iuffa-k. I'H 6. blmk 18, second
.lOdluon Bwlford Place
ard foundry quoted st ms and Cleveland
warrant at fa H. Locallr the mai ket wa
steady and uui-hanged. with No. 1 foundry
northern quoted at $o 3fi.26. No. I foun
dry northern at $34 7'q36 75. No. 1 foundry
southern at lh'jrTM and No. $ foundry
soiniirrn at $J6.iA,tf'-J.U!.
ST. UH'IS, Nov. 21 METALS Lead,
quiet. $6.86; spelter, , quiet, $6,274.
NEW YORK. Nov. a.-tllTTON Soot
steady, 10 points advance; middling up
lands. 11.10c; middling gulf. 11. sw. Bales,
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 21.-COTTON Soot,
moderate business done; prices 6 point
lower. Amertean middling f ill. 6 62d; goo.)
middling, (usd; middling. td; low mid
dling, 6 76d; H-d ordinary, 6.27: or I nary,
I 134. The sales of the day wre 7,0tl halra.
of which inn wur for speculation and ea-
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