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TIirT OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATITKIUY. NOYF.MHFU SO. 1007.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Slump in Foreign Bull Situation Felt
by Domestic Trade.
LITTLE DONE ON THE FLOOB
Wheat Opens with Good Tea aad Re.
apoads Steadily to Aay Haylngr
ra Ilolda Steady
OMAHA, Nov. 29, 1WT.
There ai a dump In the foreign bull
situation and the domestic market lelt lue
Thers Is a strong mixture of sentiment on
the floor and little ai accomplished either
Wheat opened with a food tone and re
sponded readily to any buying, but the
foreign situation has changed and there
Was a falling off of the demand from
abroad, which gave us a slight decline on
this side. Iecembr wheat opened at 87
and closed at 88a
Corn opened steady and held . firm
throughout the Session.
Demand has held (airly weel and husk
ing returns have been somewhat disappoint
ing, and bulls are taking all advantages
December corn opened at 48c, and closed
Oats were safe on selling by tongs and
cash Interests. Borne buying was done by
holders of downs but ths crowd turned
bullish and worked for a bulge. December
oats closed at 44tc.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,815.000
bushels and shipments were 64VX bushels,
against receipts laet year of l.ilO.tXO bush
els, and shipments of l,7o4.0U) busnele.
Corn receipts were 68,M bushels, and
shipments were 363,0"0 bushels, against re
ceipts last year of 4li!,4iOO bushels, and ship
ments of 833.0U0 bushels.
Clearances were 1,750,000 bu. of corn,
t,(M bu. of oats and wheat and our equal
to 1.136,000 bu.
Uverpool ilosed lgfWd lower on wheat
and '4'a-d lower on corn.
Seaboard reports 130,000 bu. of wheat and
4,0u0 bu. of corn taken for export.
Local range of options:
Artlcles. Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close, j Wed y
74 88 871 88 1 8Stf
W'S & 86 to1 86
9H, 90 90 1
4WS 4M 48V 49
4Vi 4!4 W 49 4SH
4 49 4s 48 43
H 44H 44 44HI 7i
4S tH 4a 48S 4V4j
434 43, 4S4 4iH 43H
Oswas Cash rrleea
WHEAT No. 1 hard. Mflflf.c; No. 8 hard.
9-e; No. 4 hard, hlxuWc; No. t spring, 083
CORN No. t old, 81H62c; No. 4 old, W
etc; no graue, old, 4i'u4'.'c: no. s new, 4iu;
iso. i new, 40c; No. 1 yellow, 62HU3ftc; mo,
I white, SlVS2c.
OATS-No. 8 mixed, 42fM3e: No. 8 white,
44 He; No. 4 white, 44c; standard. 44Jl5c.
IIVE No. 2. TO.iMc; No. 8, 68570c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 22 111 164
Omaha 10 24
8. 504jClc; No. t white, SOiijMc; No. 8.
I1AT tt'teadv: rhnlra ttmntha- 111 luvfinnn.
holee prairie, 8s.7iVStj.O0.
Bl TTEIl-Creamery. 26c; packing, 14HC
fcGGS-flteady; extras, 2Gc.
Wheel, bu l.TO.og 45,ono
Corn. pu. 10,0m i. ni
Oats, bu. 4,uuo 2,ijo
The range of options at Kansas City was:
I Open. I Illgh.j Low. Close.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feorsres of the Trading; sat Closlagr.
Frlees on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 29. Kaln In India and
favorable weather for harvesting In
Argentina had a depressing effect today
cm the local wheat market. At the close
wheat for May delivery showed a net
loss of If. corn was dewn o. Outs
were He lower sad provisions Hare 2 4c
higher to 2 4o lower,
the wheat market cpesed weak, owing
cnieny 10 a decline or Id at Liverpool.
Liberal receipts in the northwest, how
ever, had considerable Influence tarty In
the session. Selling by commission
houses and pit traders was general. The
greater part of the offerings were taken
by. a leading commission house which was
supposed to be covering short sal.-s.
After the first hour trade beciuiia exoeed-
lngly dull and the market fulled to show
any recuperative power. The weekly re
view of a St. Louts trade journal contain
ing optimistic reports of the newly sown
winter wheat crop was an important
factor In the latter part of the day. The
market closed weak. May opened tt
o to ?lo lower, at 8 1.0a 'it 1.02
sold between $1.02 3r l ot 't and closed at
l.01fcdl.02V De -ember ranged be
tween 84 (i96 Ho and closed at 85o.
Clearance:-, of w heat and flour were equal
to 1,137,000 bushels. Exports for the
week, as shown by Uradstreefe, weio
equal to 5,439, 00 bashels. primary if
celpts were 1,814,000 bushels, compare!
With 1,710,000 bushels the MorreKpoiidiPg
dav one year ago. Minneapolis. Dululh
and Chicago reverted receipt of 1,6.4
cars, against 620 cars last week and l,vu4
cars one year ago.
Excellent weather for the marketing of
the new crop of corn was responsible. In
a large degree, for the weakness which
prevailed In the corn pit throughout tne
aesslon. The break In wheat and a mod
erate decline at Liverpool were additional
bearish Influences. The volume of trale
was small. The close was v. iuk. May
opened S,c lower, at 65gri,o. solj
off tq 64 Tc and closed at-6uc. Decem
ber ranged between 4H04Ho and closed
' 't6. Loi-l receipts were 111 car,
with II of contract grade.
There was moderate selling cf oats
early by a leading long and this led to
llquldal on by small dealers and resulted
In considerable weskness. The market
was heavy all day. The weakness of wheat
JU.n1"?" PrlnelPl factor. May
tV50e and closed at 60Sc Decem
ber sold between c and 4r&l7Ho at, I
closed at 4T,o. Local receipts wars lf
lVovlslons opened strong on buying by
foreigners ani eased off later, owing to
V' wak,r of grain. A llio an-
HriV I. in. . , T naa. 6ul""h Influence
.. . , - - w iirmvirow are:
Wheat. IS cars; corn, H39 cars; oats 2
cars; hogs, U!,000 head. '
The leading futures ranged as follows:
ArUoles.1 Open. Hlgh. Low. qose.) Tt,.-V
1 5h 1 ir,
4im 46 '4
1J 4?v II 4?H; u
U 72Vi 12 7 12 80
Caah quotations were as follows:
FLOl R Firm; winter patents. tV9
4fe-; winter stralshts. 84.2.4 65; sprm rat-
- TrM:Vl,rln" tr"l,hl' 11 ';h:
, WHBAT No. 2 spring, 81 04fl l.ftd ;. No 8
4 P?"S- cW1.06; N. s red iiU.
u. OilUW, i
t 1 r o. g. 7&0.
UAKLET Good feeding, ;mc; fair te
choice malting, &. 'r te
BKEDS-riax. No. 1 northwestern, 81.04H
Prime timothy, 4J6. Clover, contract
.mi V9-Bhnrt rib,. Ooose.
rt SM7.86. Mees pork, 'per hbl.. Ill SOall "5.
Lard, per loo lbs. r.SkB-T.au. Short cloar
sides (boxed), W.H7Hl.12H.
Followlsn were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
SEW YORK GEKRAL MARKET
Peaforea of Trading; aad Prices
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.-KLDUR Re
ceipts, 27,756 bbls. ; exports, 6.262 bbls. ;
the market was quiet and about steady.
Minnesota patents, ...;'(i6.66; Minne
sota bakers. 14 fA(6.00; winter patents.
84.8611.36; winter straights. 14 5"iH.;0;
winter extras, I3.WS4. 26: winter low giads.
I37I"S4.15. Hye flour, firm; fair to good,
84.xi6.15; choice to fancv, 8o.2r6.t0, Huck
whrat nour, easy, 2.0Oj2.1o per 100 lbs.
CORNMliAL Karely steady; fine white
and yellow. $1.30111.86; coarse, 1. 861 80.
RT 10 Easy; No. 2 western, 80c, f. .0. b.
afloat New York.
WHBAT Receipts, 2E2,SOO bu.: exports,
611,910 bu. ; spot market easy. No. i red,
110214. elevator fAo. I red, il CO1 f. O. b.
ertoei; No. 1 northern Duluth, II. 17V4
b. afloat; No. 2 hard winter, 81.11 t. o. b.
afloat. A cent break in wheat at the start
was charged against the market most of
the day. It resulted from weak cables,
liquidation, heavy receipts and a disap
pointing export trade. Final prices were
'Tjlo net lower. Deoember, 1.04vijjn.04,
closed 11 fM-V May, $l.u 16-ltl .10 9-16,
CORN Receipts, 76.250 bu.; exports, 9.171
bu.; spot market easy. No. t, 6V; elevator
and &c t. o. b. afloat; No. 2 white, AtHtC;
No. 2 yellow, Cno f. o. b. afloat. Option
market was without transactions, closing
Ho to Ho net lower. December closed SSc;
May closed 64c.
OATS-Receipts. l3.0no bu.; exports, 4,n3i
bu.; spot market, barely steady. Mixed,
28 to 82 lbs., 62c; natural white, 26 to 82
lbs., 63j64c; clipped white, 81 to 40 lbs.,
HAY Steady; good to choice, $1.10Tjn.l6.
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice.
1907 crop. 13W17c; 1906 crop, MffSc; Pacific
coast. V.7 crop, 84Mlo; lie crop, 43&e.
HIDES Quiet; Bogota, WuvS'c ; Central
LaJATHB-43uW; acid, J527H.
PKOV18ION8 lief, steady; family, $1450
016.00; mess, I10.o04j.10.50; beef hams, 2!.X;
packet, 3U.6Ofil2.00; city, India extra, 1.7.00
it 'it OO. Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies,
UUmiOO; pickled hams, lie. ( 10.60. Lard
steady; western prime, $7.9O(S.0t); refined,
dull; continent, Is 80; Bouth America, 19.76;
compound, 86.25W7.60. l"ork, steady, 318.75;
family, 818.00; short clear,- l&5u&17.2&; mess,
TALLOW-Steady; city (18 per pkg),
6 9-1c; country (pkgs. free). 646o.
HICB Hteady; domestlo, fair to extra, 2H
SJfcc; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER-Irregular; receipts, 1.494 pack
ages; thirds to firsts. 22fl27Hc; western
factory, common to firsts, 15321c.
CIIEK8K Receipts, 6 617 packages; mar
ket quiet; state, full cream, small,
colored and whife, September, fine, lTi'.c;
state full cream, small, colored and white
Octuber best, lie; stnte full cream, small,
colored andVwhlte, good to prlree, mi4rtlc;
stste full cream, small, oolored and white,
common to fair, tfallc; state full cream,
large, colored. Beplcmber, fine, 15c; state
full crem, white, 14lo; state full cream,
lre, October, common to prime. SllVic
I1G 8 Receipts. 6,663 packages; market
quiet; state and nearby, good to
choir, SfwfM.lc; brown and mixed, selected,
fancy, 8tf40c; average best, 34T36c; first
to extra first, 29'ac; western and southern
firsts, fiHaWc; seconds, 2(ViT29c.
POlTLTRY Alive, steady; western chick
ens. llVc: fowls. 1014'Sa2c: turkevs. iJftior..
Dressed, essy; western ehtckens, 1215o;
turaeya, iz'aiac; iowis, njn3c.
WEATHER IN THE GRAIN BELT
fair anil Warmer Istsrday, Saiya the
OMAHA, Nor. 29. 1907.
Heavy rains have fallen In the middle
una east gulf states within the last twenty
f r hours, and rains continue In the south
,V lairtlo fll.iles this morning. The weather
IS generally lair in all other portions.
Cooler weather prevails In the central
valleys and throughout the southern end
eastern states. Zero weather occurred In
North Dakota and Manitoba since the last
report. The temperature is rising west of
the Missouri river, and will rise In this
vicinity tonight and Saturday, with con
tinued tair weainer.
Omaha record of temperature and Dre-
clpitatlon, compared with the correspond
ing day of the last three ysxrs:
19"7 1906 1906 1901
Minimum temperature ... y.j j7 6 'M
Precipitation 00 .! T .00
INnrmal temperature lor tod.iy, 32 de
Deficiency In precipitation since Mnrch
1. 8.77 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period In 190G,
Deficiency corresponding period in 1S05,
L, A. WEl fiU,
Local Forecci1 r,
Wheat, bu. .
Corn, ou. ..
Oats, bu. ...
, 84 M
1 m that t'railucai ezrhanifat ln,ti. Ik. w...
ter market was steady; creameries, tiir.nc;
dairies. 1 -;'-- Egfre. firm; at mark, cases
Included. a4j Jc; rtists. 22c; prime firsts. Ho.
Cbeese, steady; HWiflHo.
Kubm City Grata aad Pravlsleaa.
KANSAS C1TT. Nov 2. WHEAT-De-rember.
lVc; Msy, 7T,c. Cash; Ne. I
haxd. rtWinoyJi No. 8, ii3v4c; No. J
ted. ti4o; No. I. 3o.
OAltt Ne. t white, J-48c; Kb. mixed.
COllM ous half cent lower: December,
14a. mrrv. Caah: No. I nUxsd, C.o;
St. Loals General Market.
PT. LOUIS, Nov. 3 -WHEAT-l.tuis
weak; cash firm; track. No. 2 red cau-h,
9He,"c; No- 9 hard. SU.-'g.l.OI; December,
;tic; Miy, li.oiTfc.
CORN Futures weak; cash higher; tr.-rk.
No. J cash, Wit'; December, 60V: 'day.
62A.f!: No. 3 white, 68'.jc.
OATS Futures weak; cah higher; track,
No. 2 cash, 4So; December, 43c; May, 49c;
wv. t wnue, Die.
RYE Pteadv at 78c.
Ff.OCR Iniil; red winter patents, KG!
m w; extra ax 4 c'.rawn:, H JuiH.fc; clear,
I J. i.-Tta.tlU.
8 1CKI Timothy, slesdv; 83.6OJM.00.
CORNMEA L Steady ; 18. Oo.
RRAN Dull; sacked east track. 98cfr1.00.
HAT Unchanged; timothy, 9.0mjj7.60;
prairie, es.t"o i-w.
IRON COTTON TIES 81.10.
HKHP TWINE 11c.
PROVISION! Pork, steady; Joblilnr.
IllW. Lard, higher; prime steam, 17.70.
lrv salt meats, steniiv; hoxed extra shorts,
I7.C2V4; clear ribs. 38.624: short clears.
$9.00. Racnn, steady; boxed extra short,
$iu;:'4: clear ribs. 39 60; short clears, 8a 87".
muiiKl-nuii; cntcKens, Tc; springs,
9c: turkeys, 10k; ducks. 8c; geese, 7c.
FT TTEK Quiet; creaaiery, 23if'J7Hc.
EGGS Firm at 2lc, case counts.
Flour, bbls 14.no 7.00O
Wheat, bu 44.0O 63.000
Corn, bu 40.0n) H.O'io
Oats, bu 19,000 37,000
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 29 FLOUR
First patents, . 400 6.66; second patents.
15 80$ 5.40; first clears, 4.30'u4 4o; sec
ond clears. 2.sutl o.
PKLl Flax. In fair demand; No. 1
closed at 11.041. on traik; to arrive,
PRAN In bulk. 111.25 18 50.
WHEAT December. 1025; May.
31.011; No. 1 northern. 1CS; No. 8
northern, 1 1 02 it 1.03 ; No. 3 northern
I7.cl8 1100S; No. 1 hard. I1.07H.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 29 WHEAT G pot,
quiet; No. 2 red western winter, 7s loud.
Futures, quiet: December, 7sl0',d; March.
Is d; Msy. Ss lHd.
fVRK Spot, quiet; prime mixed Ameri
can, 6s 7d. Futures quiet; December, 5s
taj, January, cs sa.
PEORIA. 111.. Nov "9 -CORN New
lower; No. I yellow, 61go2,c; No. I. 5lo;
ro. a. wc; no grnae, k'tiw.
OATS Firm; No. I white. 46H7p47Hc; No.
pVF Vn I.mri4,
Dalnth Grata Market.
DUI-UTH. M1nn., Nov. 29.-WHFAT No,
1 hard. $1 06; No. 1 northern, 11 mVk; No.
I northern, 81.02; Ds-cember, 11.03; May.
OA Tfl To srrlre. lic; on track, 4fH
FI-AX To arrive, 31"i14; on track.
It tW't. November. I1.0TH; December, Il.tsJv,;
Mllwankee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis . Nov. 19 WHBAT-
No. 1 northern, ll.tr-nl.otu; No. I north, rn,
i.'"ion.'aF: raay, sj vai uia.
RYE No. I, 0iSlo.
PA RtY-No. 2. 8108: sample, 65ctl 09
tATrt Standard. 'ya:ic
CORN No. 3 cas. t-,c; May, tiVic.
Telede Seesl Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Nov. . 0 BED Clover,
cash, II 17; March. 89 ; alsike, prime,
Kg su; liiuotny, prime, 12.W.
OMAHA. Nov. 21 Bank clearing for
day were 11,744.05144 and for tjie Cor
pcuajAtsi vatai at jw taviatjir
NEW YORE STOCKS AND BONDS
Early Market Irregular on Tear of
GOULD GROUP LEADS DECLINE
Later Dealing; Are Aetlre an maker
aad Close Is Bnoyant on Re
treat of I neovered Chert
NEW TORK. Nov. 29. The human mo
tives which always He back of the action
of the stock market were rather more
easily discerned today than usual. The
nailing, irregular movement of tne eariy
market was uuite Dlainly the reflection
of the dread that the exigencies of the
Decomber 1 money settlements would bring
out some forced liquidation of the kind
which has come on the market from tune
to time since the financial condition began
to mend. There was, in fact, evidence of
such liquidation at one or two points,
notably In the Oould group, with effect
in Missouri Paclflo and Western Union.
The buoyant tone which developed later
was evidently due to the conviction that
the December settlements were net to en
tail serious burdens on the market.
lhe scarcity of stocks, exceut when some
special supply was forced out of a loan.
nas been a conspicuous feature of the mar
ket for some time cast. The professional
operator has been keenly alert to this stale
or anairs, out cautious against a prema
ture attempt to take advantage of it or
to attempt to mark up prices In face of
further liquidation that must be accom
plished. Holders of stocks are clearly de
termined not to sell them at the Dresent
unprofitable level, except as they may bo
obliged to do so by the maturing of money
obligations on which extensions are re
cused. With the lifting of that kind of
pressure today It was found easy to bid
up prices rapidly with the absorption of
comparstlvely light supplies of stock on
the way up. The lamo process Is going
on In the bond market. In that depart
ment, even more than In stocks, low quo
tations have been made on the forced mar
keting of small blocks of bonds In some
cases, thus offering no adequate represen
tation of value placed on the security by
the bulk of Its holders. The recovery In
such cases represents a price readjustment
rainer man a response to a demand as
would be required to move from an ordi
nary level. The movement today did re
flect some decree of the special demand
from the preparation for the December
settlements, but this was so moderate that
it was accepted as a favorable, develop
ment. As the day progressed call loans
touched 14 per cent. The time monev mar
ket also, while still harrow, indicated no
such deadlock as has been the rule since
the financial crisis. Today was practically
the last day of the month at the Stock ex
change ,as loans made on Friday carry
over until Mondav. so that the irren teat-
strain of the preparation -would be counted
on being met today.
The developments over the Thanksgiving
holiday were given a favorable lntcrpreta-
"" a"e oeciston to discontinue the offer
of the United States treasury 3 iwr rent
certificates was acoepted as testimony that
mo uneu lor inia emergency measure was
considered to be passed. The premium on
the currency also tended to decline and
Is destined to disappear an soon as the
end of the month pyrolls are met. There
was an accumulation of testimony from
bankers throughout the country of the
readiness to resume cash payments. The
local banking situation was known to be
mproving fast, although the surface show
ing of tomorrow's weekly bank statement
muy be thrown out of the reckoning by
the treasury certificate transaction. The
re-depclt of the 75 per cent of the sub
scriptions with the banks, which the sec
retary of the treasury agreed to did not
work smoothly at first and the transac
tion will nlso affect the loan Item. The
gain of 133,075.000 by the banks on the sub
treasury operations for the week, to which
Is to be added several millions of United
States gold coin Imported and not figuring
in the subtreasury operations, shows that
the force of the tide of Imported gold has
overtaken that of the forwardlngs to In
terior banks. The country's dem.nrl n
I currency are shown Infallibly by this test
.w ,' "" a no riRe in prices became
rather impetuous In the late dealings, but
this was attributable In rart to the retreat
of an uncovered short Interest.
Bonds were very strong. Total, ssles.
par value. I6.4S0.HO. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
Number of salos and quotations on New
lork bonds were:
Sales. Hlfh. Low. Close,
Asuilgauwurd t opper
Am. C. A p
Am. C. A r. pti
Am. Cot 1 an oil
Am. O.itt.n oil pfd
Am. H. A L,. pM
American Ice Securities. ...
Am. Llnmed. Oil
Am. Unaaad oil pt4.-
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. 8. A H
Am. g. A R. ptd
Am. Busar Refining
Am. Tohscco pfd ctfs
Anai-onds Mining Co
AtUntlo Cutst Uns
Baltlmor A Ohio
Btl. A Ohio pfd
Hro4tlrn Rspid Tr
Csntral of N. i
Chesapani, A Okie
Chit-age Ot. W
Chicago A N. W
Chicago, Mil. A St. P
Chicago T. AT., offered...
Chicago T. A T. pfd
a. C. C. A gt L
Colersdo P. A I
Colorado A Ss
Celo. A see 1st pfd
Colo. A 80. ad pfd
Corn Prducta, rfff
Ilawars A Hudaoa
Il L. A W
Iienver A Rio Grande
I). A R. O. pfd
Kris 1st pfd
Kris M pfd
Int. paper pfd
I 'it. Pump
Int. Pump pfd
Iowa Csntral pfd
Kansas City So a....
K. C. Bo. pfd
LouIstIIis A N
Minn. A St. L
M . St. P. A 8. S
V , Bt. P. A S. S.
Missouri Pacific .
Missouri. K A T
M.. K. A T. pfd
N R. K of M. pfd, offered
Nsw York Central..
N. T . O. A W
Norfolk A W., ei-dlv
N. A W. pfd
P . C . C. A ft. L
Pressrd Rtl Car
Prt-assd S C. pfd
Puilmta Palace Car
Raadmg 1st pfd
Resiling M ptd
Republic Stssl pfd
Rook Islsnd Co
R rk Uland Co. pfd
St. Louis A 8 P. Id ptd..
St. Louis S. W
St. L. S. W. pfd
So. Pacific pfd
So. Rallwar pfd
Trias A Pacific
Toledo. St. L. A W
T , St. L A W. ptd
Cnloa Pacific, ex-dlv
Union Paclfis pfd
V 8 Kip rasa
fj. S. Rsltv
I'. 8 Busbar
C. S. aWkbsr ptd
r. g. sissi
I'. 8. Slasl pfd
Va. -Carolina chsmleal ....
Va -Carolina Chsov ptd ...
Wslis-Kargo E . offsred..
Wsstlnghouse Electric ....
Wnalr.g A U E
Wis. Csntrsl p'i
Orsst Northern ptd
Onipsl leather pfd
Central Leather pfd
Int. Met. ifd
8 M-Shensld Ste-l
Total aalss (or the dsr.
700 34 8S
t,no KS K
l.t'O IT It
l.r) 17 17
1,20 41 41
1,'JoO H gs
SOO 410 sxiO
1,7 II H
8.310 41 II
1.4'H li4 144
I'D 33 13
iOO 11 !2
D IS 12S
4) IT 14
l.Ooo U loaj
i.ro M fJ4
7l 10 ii
i0 'si '
tOO no m
LStlO K at
l,tW0 13 II
. 1 1)0
1,K) 104 ion, lojj
M 4 4U
S.'iOO 33 32 31
J) 72 4A 7J
400 gOT, p a,
100 3 3 tlu
I 71 81
n it 2
14 14 14
to V, 2S
7 7 7vi
134 13 P, 13,1-t
W S H
409 II tl
tl au 114 111
100 li ID
. 15 100 110
. ,') iii.
LONDON. Nov. Z. Money was In
limited supply today and the demand was
firm. Discounts were steadlr on fear of
fold demand from the I'nlteJ slates. On
he Stock exchange business for new ant-cunt
was limited, but prices were firmly
malntalsed. esiyeclally home rails. In w hich
field investors were fairly busy. Consols
were dearer in spits) of the stirrer carry
over rate, for the settlement )it
eouimeuood. . Ferelgners) timpl Arm ami
Russians received much attention, prin
cipally for 1'aris account. Americans
were euletly supported and were frac
tionally hlgner tlmn yesterday on Invest
ments and in anticipation of a lavornble
New Tori opening. Canudlnn l'aciflo was
a point hlRlier. The New York opening
camo steady and then realizations caused
a temporary setback, but under renewed
buying prices hardened and the market
PARIS. Nov. 18.--Trading on the Bourse
today wss firm on the improved situation
In the I'nlted States.
Hfc.RLIN, Nov. i. Trading on the
Rourse today wss Irregular. Forelgi
shares were mostly higher, while local
shares were weaker In connection with
the unsatisfactory develnpeuients In tile
Iron tta'fe. Csnadlan I'nclflo was actively
traded in at rising prices.
REPORT OP THB CLEARING HOI E
Transactions of (he Associated Banks
far the Week.
NEW TORK. Nov. CS.-Uradstreefs bank
clearings report for the week ending
November , shows an aggregate of 81.731,
7ef.,mj, as against -.:M.Kk.tii last week and
82,o,o,0H6,H0i) in the correspendlng week last
year. Canadian clearings for the week
total $G.J2A as against 8ltl.84n,i4l last
week and 8.9rn.fV In the same week last
year. The following is a list ot the cities:
San 7Yanclspo ....
Rnlt Lake City ..,
Portland, Ore ,
Spokane, Wash, .
fharlesten. & C.
Wheeling. W. Va
Springfield. 111. ..
Fort Wayne, Ind.
New Redford ....
Chester. Pa. .
Fllnghamton . ,
Fnreo, N. D. .
Canton, O. .
Sioux Falls. S. D.
Jacksonville. 111. .,
SSI. 7W. 0001 89.7
153.2M.Oon is. 9
4.f..io 40 (
49 S46,f.) ng
16. IS. 8
15.4W.noo SI 4
lilST.O'V) 7 8
10.7?n.noo 10 5
7.067 000 25.0
s TWS.000 44.8
4 . RTf, nooi 81 4
4.407. "00 1 32.1
5. xu.nnni 88
4.3780001 23. 9
2.77.1.00i 64 8
8.4311.0001 SI. 3
4.70ri.oool 81. 4
3.709.OO01 23 6
2.44fi0H0 21 0
2,4 0in 12.8
2.2.Ti.nool 21 4
1. 214.0OM 48.7
1.776.0001 1 18.0
1,44.000 31 .e
14 0O 32.8
1.411.000' 8 9
1 I'M Aaol
os.ooo( 26 .4
630 0001 14.2
PM. 00i) 8.2
W.rsjni 57. 1
613 m ml 18.4
4S0.0W! 16.2 .
9 4.H4Jiii 14.7
3:n.oooi is 3
10.2TO.0Ool 39 2
Vaneouvar, U. C.
St. John, N. ii.
London. Ont. ...
Victoria, B. C. .
tNot Included in tot
other Items than clc
als because containing
arlngs; not Included
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 29.-PRIMB MER
CANTILE PAPF.R-8 per cent.
MONEY On call, higher. 5iJl4 per Cent
ruling rate, 6ft per cent; closing bid, 6 per
cent: offered at is rcr cent. Time loans
quiet, but rather easier; sixty days. 12
per cent; ninety days, 10(313 per cent; six
montns. Tan per cent.
BTKRLINO EXCHANGE Rasv. with
actual business In bankers' bills at 84 R63o'?J
4.8ttS5 for demand and at 84. 7;irVV(i 4.7975 for
slxtv dav bins, commercial bills, 84.79.6.
SILVLR liar, 67 c. Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, strong; railroad,
Closing quotations on New York bonds
wer us follows:
KUt4j Brls p. I. 4a
11 do I'll. 4a.
L. A N. unl. 4i
1 Mas. o. s 44
117 Hex. Ontral 4s
117 do lat Incn
H', Minn, ft St. L. 4s.
M U , K. A T. 4s....
do ii 71
tui N. ft. R. of at. e. 4s. 75
" n. y. c. g. iws..
Ht N. J. r. . ta....
W4j No. Pacific 4s....
t do la
, K. A W. c. 4s...
SO O. 8. L. rfilf. 4a.
I Hens. eon.
, 44 Read In a gen. 4a. .
' St. L. A I. M. c. 6k.ini
n bl. L.. a S. 9. fg. 4a. 70
St. L. 8. W. e. 4a.... 67
0 Seaboard A. L. 4a it
71S o. ra. lBc 4
do lat 4a ctfa...
41,9-. Rallwar Sa. ..
67 Teaaa A P. le...
T T., St. L. A W.
7 t'nlon Pacific 4s...
II do conv. 4s
tl V 8. Sieel :d 6i.
i Wabaah la
T Weatara Md. 4a. .
Mi "W. A U E. 4s.,
Tl TVU. ( antral 4s...
U. g. ref. la, rrf..
do coupon ,
do la, reg
do rcapon ,
de new ta, ref...
do coupon .,
Am. Tobacco 4a
A Mi I eon gen, 4a..
on adj. 4a
Atlantic C. L. is.
Bal. A Ohio 4s.....
Brk. R. T. a 4s..
Central of Ga. te..
do lat too
do ?d 4ne
do Id Inc
rn-a. A Ohio 4ta.
Chlrafo A A. IW
C. B. A Q n. 4a
C. K. I. ft P. 4s..
do eol. 6s ,
t.'CC ai . L.. t
Colo. Ind 6a. aer.
olo. Mid. 4a ...
Colo, ft So. 4a
n. ft R. O. 4s...
Matllleri' See. ta.
Hock. Yal 4',a. ...
Japan 4Ha rlfa
do 14 aerlea
. . t:
London C'loslas; Slocks
LONDON. Nov. 26. Closing quotations on
storks were as follows:
Conaols. mosey US M . K. ft T
do arcounl U 1-1 N. V. Central...
Ana -onda IS .Norfolk ft W....
Al.hiaon Tj'a do pfd
do pli U Ontario A W ...
Baltlmor ft Ohio.... II Pennarlvanla ....
Caiiadlao Pari Bo 140 Rand Uluee
Cheaapeaaa Ohio .. tea, Reading
74 Southern Rallirar
.1 do pfd
.. lti Southern PaeiSt ..
. 1ft1. t'niun PaclQo
. 41 -k do ptd
. 1SH 1 . 8. Steal
. US do .'d
. 81 Wabaen
. li'4 do pfd
13 SpasUh 4s
ChUago Ot W..
C, M. ft Bt. P
I i f Ueara
Denver A K. O
d let pfd
do 14 pfd
Grand Tranlf ..
Louisville A N
BILVLR Rar steady, 11-ltd per ounce.
.Ttt-r 1. 1 t"v'ut per cent
The rate of discourt In the onen market
for short bills is tViiti1 per cent; for thres
mouins Dins, eo'4 per cent. '
New York Mlalaa; gtotrka,
NEW YORK. Nov. 28. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows
Adams tea I Utile Chief .
ruoevUk Cos It
4 uaaetouk Tunaal .... It
Cos. Lai. ft Va St
iura ailref let
Iras tiUer , aa
L-vliia Oaa ..a....
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kind Show Some Im-
provement in lTricei.
HOQS HIGHER FOR THREE DAYS
8aeB aad Lambs 8a Llgkt Receipt
aad Active Hellers at Good,
teady Prices Lower for
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. , 1907.
Otttclal Monday ....
tiffli nil Tuesday ....
Thursday, holiday .
Estimate Friday ,.,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
1.816 2,731 1.113
Five days this week...l2.!V.2 1J.400 .77
Same daa last Week....l9.&2 L2.6-.'6 28.440
Sumo rlava 2 weeks ago. .ai.Jtli 14.170 l,Ltt3
Same days a we-ka ago. .16.:tJ l"iol3 bl.iM
Hume duvs 4 weeks ago..22.b7 10.561 66.810
Same days last year 19,913 ao,94 2,it3
The follitm-lnir tnhlA ihnari the recelDtS 01
cattle, hegs and sheep at 8)outh Omaha for
the year t-i da e, comparer) with last year:
1907. 19o Inc. Dec,
Cattle l.WW.m 7,lr 101.0S
Hogs 2.093. JAT IT'.tl.lM 12h.7yf
Sheep l.W.Zii 1,038,768 W,6I
The fallowing table shows ths avernge
prices of hogs at Bouth Omaha tor ths last
several days, with comparisons'.
Date. I 1207. 1B0. 1906, 104. 1808. IISOI.PWL
Nov. 39... 4 6314 02 I 4 63 4 45 29
Nov. 20... 4 62'., 0 4STS 4 4 6 W
Nov. 21... 4 4 6 10 4 6 4 M 4 46 ( 24
Nov. 22... 4 12 6 10 4 84 j 1 61 6 2b
Nov. :8... 4 08 13 4 Sti' 4 49 4 SI
Nov. 24... t 06 4 691 4 20 6 IB
Nov. 25. .. 8 95 4 72 4 4S 4 li 03
Nov. aa... 4 97 6 00 4 63 6 &
Nov. 27... 4 2f 6 02 4 67 4 20f
Nov. 2s... 6 07 4 7 2 4 49 4 24 6 02
Nov. 29. . . 4 SUM 4 83 4 47 6 10
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep, ll'r's.
17., M. & St. v
Cnlon Paclrlo 17
C. & N. W, (east)
C. A N. W. (west).. IS
C, Bt. P. II. & 0 6
C, it. O. (west).... 26
C, H. I. V. (east).. 3
Chicago Ut. West.... 6
Total receipts ..
16 .. 1
36 10 8
The disposition of the dav's reoeluts was
as follows, f ach buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 3"9
Swift and Company...
Cudalry lucking Co
Armour and Company...
Armour (from Denver)..
Hill & Son
F. P. I-ewis
L. K. Huss
Sol Degan .'.
J. B. Root & CO
T. B. Inghram
Total 1,931 2,6o8
LArl LIS Receipts of cattle were very
light, as was to be expected the day after
a holiday. At the same time there was a
good active demand for the general run
of cattle, so that the market as a whole
was higher than on Wednesday and in
condition most satisfactory to the selling
Beef steers were not aa active aa thev
might have been, owing largely to the fact
mar. sellers were determined to get every
rent possible out of their holdings, while
puckers were not analous to put on any
more than compelled to. Still the ofter
Ings changed hands In fair season at prices
anywhere from strong to 10c higher than
The trade, on cows and heifers was Tery
active. Buyers snapped up everything In
sight about as fast as they could get to
ii at prices mat were lOtfloc higher than
There were very few feeders In the yards
and as a rule on Friday very few would
be wanted. Still the fact that speculators
had cleaned up everything on hand made
them wlllng to take on a few loads, and
the meager offerings disappeared very
quickly at prices generally a little stronger.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
corn-led steers, lo.tMu.DO; fair to good
coin-td steer), $4.6oHi.j.oO; common to fair
corn-fed steers, 13.&o4j4.50; good to choice
range steers, tt.Out&.bo; fair to good range
steeis, 3.iiOia'4 00; common to fair range
sleoia, 13.0u3.; good to choice cows and
heifers, 3.0k3.60; fair to good cows and
hellers, $2.4tAa3.0O; common to fair cows
und heifers, 11. 27)4.2. 40; good to choice
stocksrs and feeders. $3.76y4.!0; fair to
good stockers and feeders, ,J.;iS3.7; com-
luir siucaers ana feeders, 2.a04f
NO. At. Fr.
21 1US2 I to
34 lilt 4 W
41 17 4 U
tl Ui! 4 10
1 106 I 26
Hi 1271 4 10
1 lit! 4 16
20 1244 I M
No. Av. Pr.
1 1217 4 16
II 1172 4 7i
II IW1 4 16
17 U10 6 IS
16 1U4 6 !6
II UU 6 60
61 Uii I SO
23 cows 965 2 85 1 cows 900
11 cows 2 66 I heifers... 63S
t heifers... 8uo 3 00 I heifers... 623
83 heifers... 7r9 1 10 i cows 11S0
17 steers... .1020 3 66 9 feeders. . MM
8 heifers... kW t M t stags 1060
C. 8. Taylor, Nebraska.
17 cows 733 1 70 I feeders.. 667
26 steers.. ..1177 4 10 2 steers.
8 steers.. ..Mil 4 10 2 bulls..
Scows MM 100 Scows..
7'." cows 860 1 M 1 cows..
1 cows 790 1 20 2 cows
$?7Mt3 26; common ewes, U .'MjlX.
10 present stive sales:
4'.J western yesrl'gs and wethers I'M
Hi western yearlings 107
l'a wee tern wethers 114
IT-9 Wyo. yearlings and wethers 83
M native lamtis
50 native tamhe, culls M
6 native lambs 101
1 native ewes 130
4 r -
CHICAGO L1VK STOCK MARKET
Cattle and Hoes Active) aad Itlgaer
Sheep and Lambs Weak..
CHICAGO. Nov. . rATn.15 Reeelnta.
6.600 head; market, active and lt7Ti:4! higher;
steers. 4.tm no; cows. 62.tkVii-4.li6; heifers.
j:.6fil60O; bulls. $4.or(i4.R6; calves. 3.00i
4.60; stockers and feeders, $lnr4.60.
HOUS Receipts. 22.000 head; market,
strong- l'iil5c higher; choice heavy ship
ping. I4.7&J4.8R; irght butchers, 14. 7!(i 4 S6 ;
light mixed, $4.AVtr4 70; choice light, $4
4.s; packing, t4.0ur4.70; pigs, 13.26j'4.26;
bulk of sales. S4.70rq4.90,
SHEEP AND LAM Bf Receipts, 15,000
head; market, stead v to 16c lower: sheen.
S3 fioj5.00; lambs. o.6v.a6; yearlings, 64.2M
J. W. Chrlsmon. Wviinilni?
1 feeder... 10) I 70 96 feeders. .10y
6 feeders,. Kits SOU 17 steers. ... S-J7
19 steers.. ..120 186 19 steers. ...I11JO
-J. W. Chrisman, Wyoming.
4 tows 1088 1 20
. , K Ramlngton. Wyoming.
10 bulls ....132H 2 26 4 cows 1060
10 cows 698 2 26
HOGS Hogs sold 10-8160 higher this
morning than on Wednesday before the
holiday. Some of the first sales possibly
did not show quite that much advance, but
when the trade had warmed up it was
quite active and fully that much higher.
The few loads on sale changed hands In
very good season in the morning. The
big bulk of hogs sold at S4.2644.40. with
a top at 14 46. ft will be remembered that
the hogs on Wednesdsy sold for the most
part at 14.26, with a top at 64. So.
For three days In succession the market
has been higher. Monday was the low
point, hogs on that day having sold on an
average of S3 96. Since that day prices have
rapidly advanced, so that the general
market today was 6c higher than last Fri
day, but a strong 10c lower than on Thurs
day of last wetk.
4 17 4,
SHEEP Receipts of sheep this morning
were very light, only ten cars being re
ported In. Aelde from one bunch of
rangers they were practically all fed weat
erna, with no feeders to speak of. Packers
all seemed to want a few killers, with the
result that the market was active at steady
prices. Everything changed hands in very
good season in the morning, the stuff being
all sold and weighed up by the middle of
tne foienoon. Fed yearlings sold at 64 74
4.80. with wethers at (4 .&V&4 65. A bunch of
range yearlings went at $4 76 and a few
fairish native lambs brought $5. jo.
It will be remembered that the market
both here and elsewhere broke sharply en
Monday and Tuesday, with the result that
prices are now right around 2m; lower than
a week ago.
Quotations on good te chrjee fed sheep
and lambs: Lambs, 85.744) ); yearling
wethers, 84 TTS.u); welLsra, Stiij4.6;
tuolaiions cut feeders: Oood lambs, 86 90
frt OO: common lambs, $3 5e '4 60; yearling.
f4.4Atf4.eO; wethers, S4 .(joiiyt 16; good wee.
No. At. SU. Pr. No. at. 86.
It T5 ... 4 M tl ...
n iw ... 4tt ai m to
6i Ml It 4 10 66 !:4 ...
41 Ifcl ... 4 114 67 JCl 110
4 143 tUO 4 Sl 14 141 w
let let 10 4 16 II j SO
HI 13 44U 4 16 II J,- t
64 lit lt 4 16 M PI law
T l 40 4 16 17 1 1M
tt lol to 4 16 71 271 ...
44 'l 120 4 16 141 lvl ...
IS 2.'6 129 4 36 SO 117 ...
ta 171 IW 4 II tt tlA SO
40 let ! 4 3t 61 t0 120
46 SM 10 4 It 61 ISO ...
ii, JS 10 4 It 41 4.0 te
6 16 ... 4 1744
Kaasas City LIT Stock Market.
KANRAS CITT. Mo., Nov. 29.-CATTLK
Receipts, 7,000 head, Including 614) south
erns; market steady to 10c higher; choloe
export and dressed beef steers, 65-00416 60;
fair to gnod. 83.65g6.00; western steers, S12o
4)4.40; stockers and feeders, 82.7&JH 40;
southern ste5rs, 83.2604.35; southern tviws,
Sl.7Mirj.16; native cows, 1.8Stf4lJi; native
heifers, S3.4f-tj4.50; bulls, S2.60iJ4.00; Calwa,
HOU-Reee1pts, T.OOf) head; market SfilOo
higher; bulk of sales. $4 3f,'aI.M); heavy. 84 40
tiM tS; packers. S4.S0tf4.&2H; pls and light,
SHkiEP ANTJ LAMBS Receipts, 1.700
head; market strong to 10c higher; lambs,
S4 76'f.10; ewes and yearlings. S4.00J4 80;
western yearlings. 84 2fi.26: western sheep,
S3.26tt)4.76; stockers and feeders. S3.1.084 .25.
Bt. Loots I.tve Stock Marrket.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 29. CATTI&
Rncelpts, 1.500 head. Including 1.000 Texane,
market, steady: native shipping and ex
port steers, S5.irKj6.i; dressed beef and
butcher steers, S4.764W.60; steers under l.oofl
lbs., 6a.0iVff4.6o; stockers and feeders, 82 0of
4.10; cows and heifers, S2.7rr.00; csnners,
S1.2r2.00; bulls, S2.0tcd4.50; calves, S.O oO;
Texas and Indian steers, 13.6096.26; cows
and heifers, J1.2M)3.T5.
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head; market,
steady; pigs and lights. S4.0tVn-4.70: Deckers.
84.004.60; butchers and best heavy, S45o9
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, IT) head;
market, steady; native mutooos, S3.0Os6.25;
lam us, 4,w.'iX.00.
St. Joseph Live Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Nov. 29.-CATTT..E-
Recelpts, 1,820 head; market, slow: natives,
$4.00ea.CO; cows and heifers, S1.76C4.60;
siocsers ana Teeners. n.2.u4.iio.
HOGS Receipts, 8.430 head; market, 6e
higher; top, S4.45; bulk, S4 SW4.40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600 head;
market, nominal; lambs, 86. toy. 00; year
Slows City Lira Stock Market.
BIOCX CITY. Nov. 29-(flreclaI Tele
gram. ) CATTLE Rocct'-ts. !no head; mar
fcpt steady: beeves, M.SOitS.CO rows ill
heifers. S2.rtj3,76; stutters and feeders,
S2.7M13 75; calves and ve.irllngs. St WI8 50.
HOGS Receipts, l.t-Al head; market 60
higher; selling at S4.104J4.35; bulk ot sales,
Stock la Sla-at.
Receipts of live stock at the six prin
cipal western marseis yesicrosy:
Kloux City. . . .
.19,936 41,658 18,929
BOSTON, Nov. 29 WOOL The Commer
cial Bulletin of Boston, basing Its report
on statistics gathered frem the government
W'JU say tomorrow of the wool market:
The market continues dull. Fresh business
is of limited volume, the sales of the week
dose to the smallest on record, deliveries
on contracts small. The holiday has In
terrupted negotiations and besides the de
mand has been curtailed by the shutting
down, -wholly or In cart of many mills.
Still there Is a better Inquiry for samplo
lots and buyers are keeping- In close touch
with the situation. The financial conditions
are mending. But business during Deoember
Is expected to be moderate, as the new
heavyweight goods season will not be Inau
gurated fiefore January. The market Is
steady, without pi ice change of Importance
The London auction sales opened Tuesday
with a large attendance of buyers, slow
bidding and prices 7V.fd10 per cent lower.
Advices from Australia, New Zealand and
South America are easy. The shipments
of wool from Boston to November 27, in
clusive, according to the same authority
are 228,333,177 peunda, against 212.786.741
pounds the same time last yesr. The re
ceipts to November 27, Inclusive, were
'280,731,488 pounds, against 2&8,634,97 pounds
the same period last year.
T. LOUIS, Mo., Not. 29, WOOI,-
Bteadv: medium grades, combing and cloth
lng. ?:(avzic: light fine. 2Kur21c; heavy flue.
1517c; tub washed, 284f33c.
NEW TORK, Nov. 29 COTTON-Fu-
tures opened steady; December, 10.80c;
January. 10.62c: February. 10.71o: March.
10.76c; May, 10.84c: June, 10.80c offered; July,
10.77o; October, lo.iuc.
Futures closed very steady. Closing bids:
December, 11.17c; January, 10.77c; February,
10.83c; March, HXI9o; April. 10 94c: May,
lflsxc; June, 10.92c; July, 10.90c; August,
Spot cotton closed steady, 2S points
higher; middling uplands, li.'Oo; middling
gulf, 1196c; sales. 2,100 bales.
GALVESTON, T., Nov. 29.-COTTON-Lower;
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 2 COTTON-Firm;
middling, 11VC; sales, b9 bales: receipts,
sons; shipments, none; stock. 12,874 bales.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. i9. COTTON Spot,
Quiet; prices 4 po4nts higher. Amerlean
middling fair, 6.7Hd; good middling, 6 40d;
middling, 6.18d; low middling, 6.8tWl; good
ordinary, 6.42d; ordinary, 4.82d. The sales
of the day were 7.0oi bales, of which 600
bales were for speculation and exilrt ffnd
1,0i0 bales, no American.
Included 6.100 bales American.
NEW ORLKANa Nov. 29 COTTON
Ppot Arm. Low ordinary, 7 8-16e, nominal;
ordinary, 8c, nominal; good ordinary,
9 7-16C. nominal; low middling, 10 7-lftc;
middling, 115-ltc; good middling. 119-16?;
middling fair, 121-lSc; fair, 12 ll-16r nomi
nal. Sales. 4.750 bales; receipts, 4,074 bales;
stock, 221.916 bales.
NEW YORK, Nov. 29. METALS The
London tin market was lower, with spot
quoted at 134 10s and futures at til 6.
Locally the market wss weak, with quota
tions ranging from 180.36 80.74. Cop;.-r
was lower In the London market, with
spot quoted at 62 16s and futures nt
ASS. Locally the market was quiet and
unchanged, with lake quoted at 13 5U't0
14 00; electrolytic. SIS. lib 13.76; casting,
13.00rl3.66. Lead was 10s lower, at
16 6s In London, and was weak and
lower In tke local market, at 84 1004 11.
Spelter was lower In the English mar
ket, with spot quoted-at 21 2s 6d. Lo
cally the market was weak and loner also,
at S4.60i3 4 65. Iron declined to 48s 9d
for standard foundry and to 49s 6d for
Cleveland warrants In the English mar
ket. Iocally the market was uuchanged.
with No. 1 foundry, northern, quoted at
SIS 16 W 1 8 76 , No. 2 foundry, northern,
817 7643 -18.2s; southern grades nominal.
8T. LOUIS. Nov. 29. METALS Lead,
dull, at S4.12H- Spelter, dull, at 84.80.
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Fralts.
NITW YORK, Nov. 29.-aCVAJORATHI)
APPLJTf Steady In tone, with compara
tively little fruit offering for Immed ate
delivery- Fancy are quoted at 12c; choice
at ltVaUrVfcc; prime, 94jiVio, And 19C4 fruit at
URIED FRUITS Prunes are firm In
tone owing to a strong statistical position,
with quotations ranging from 4Tic to 13140
for California fruit and from 6.0 to 7V.C
for Oregons. up to autfJHOs. Apricots are
steady at recent prices, choice being quoted
at 21c; extra choice at 22c, and fancy at
24c. Peaches are unchanged, with choice
quoted at 12pl2i; extra choloe, 12H4J-1HV;
fancy, DfrtlVsC, and extra fancy, uJt'H'io.
Kalslns are in fair demand, but barely
steady In tone, with loose Muscatels quoted
at 714i14e; seeded raisins, 7ft luc, and Lon
don layers, nominal.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29 CO FFEB-Futures
market closed steady, net unchanged on
a nioderate local demand. Pales were re
ported of 23 500 bags. Including recember
at f0c: March, 8dfr'6 70o; May, 17Vaf,k:;
July, 6 etc; SrMeruber, 5 90c; October, 6 90c.
Spot, quiet. No. 7 Klo. b'c; No. 4 Santws,
7S0- Mild, steady; oordova. 9Val3lc.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 28 Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the Sl50,uu0,0u0 gold
reservw, shews; Available cash balaaoe.
824:.i"i.CI; gold coin end bullion. Sn.6S0.4r4;
gold certificates, 871. 93,110.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
t'vadttloa of Trad aad quotations aa
Staple aad Ktscy Prodaeo.
EGGS Fresh country, 24o; storsge, SOo
It looks like 20c (or freali counny eggt
until after Thanksgiving.
HL'T rER Common, lie: fancy tub anA
rolls. 22c; cteatnery, 81o.
(. 14 KKt? hj New full cream. Wisconsin
twins, lWc; raw full cream brick, 17c; do
mestic, new Swiss, 18c; new llmbuiger. li
tllw: young Ameilcss, 17V,C.
uii, i'uti.1 stx-ttpriniia, tmc; nens, 70;
roosters, 4o, ducks, loc; geese, lOc; turkeys,
16c; pigeons, 7oC per Jo.
liUKSSED 1MI LIHr- Springs, fancy,
'i'it9c; hens, 84JSSC; roweters, 6c; ducks,
12c; geese 11c; tuikeys, l.'tYllo.
HAY Choice No. 1 upland. SI" 09; me.
dlum, St 00; Ne. 1 bottom, 880; oft grades
from 8660 to $a.W, rye straw, I.. 11; No. 1
No. 1 rlbe. 14V,c; No. rile. 11 He: No. (,
ribs, 7c; No. 1 loin, 19c; Ne. a loin, 13o
No. S loin, KHc; No. 1 chunk, 6Hc; No. I
chunk, 6c; No. 8 chunk, 4c; !Ve, 1 round.
Sc; No. 2 round, 7c; No. 1 found. 6vo.
No. 1 plate, 6c; No. 2 plate, 4c; kio. I plate,
APPLES New York King", per barrel,
66.60; "None Such," per barrel, 85 So; 80
ounce Plpptna. per bsrrel. So 26; Maiden
Blush, per barrel. S 00; Baldwins, per
barrel, 85 00; Greenings, per barrel, SK 0C;
western box apples. Colors 9v. Jcinnthans,
per box. 13 26; Colorado Grimes Golderts.
per box, 83-26; Idaho Jonathans, per box,
SSO'l; Idsho Winter Bananas, per box,
8300; Washington Ben Lavls. J.t; Wash
ton Northern Spy, per box, IS 00; Washing
toa Greenings, per box, 11 to; Washington
Baldwins, per box, 82.00: Washington Rome
Beauty, per box. 82.26; Washington fall ap
ples, assorted, per box 31 71.86.
POTATOES Per bu 6675e.
CABBAGE Holland seed, per lb., 1 O
0N4ON3 Red Globe, per bu., 85j5c
Penla, per crate. 81. bo.
SWEET POTATOES Small bbl., $2.50.
BEETS Per bu.. SOo.
-AltrtOTS Per. bu.. 780.
URNIPS Per bushel. 600.
PARSNIPS -Per bushel. 7;.
CELERY Michigan, per bnneh. Jif?JSo.
NAVY BEANS Per bu. No, 1, 8290 per
bu.; Lima, 7o par lb.
ORANGES Florida, per box. S3.0O; California-Washington
navels, 83. Of); Florida
Urx Fruit, per box, 86.76Tf6.00.
GRAPES Concords, per baket. WCV"".
Malaga, heavy weights, per keg, 86 ooj
SeO; Malagas, medium weights, prr keg,
LEMONS Fancy. 200 and 8 s'.r.e. pry
box. 84.50fr5.00; extra chelce, 800 and 300
site, per box, 4.tioo4.oo.
JJ.ori no. s
COCOANUTS rer sack, $4.50; per dozen,
FIGS AND DATES Smyrna ftps.
7 crown, per pound, 141lfo; Smyrna figs.
6-rrown, per pound, liaise; Smyrna tigs,
4-crown, per pound, lOUllc- California fii;8,
boxes, 10 cartons, S5c; California t pi,
boxes, 12 ctvrtons, R5c; California fins, bulk,
per pound, &'4jc; Hallow! dales, per pound,
64c; Khadrawl dates, per pound. 6c; Bnlr
dates, per pound, 6r; Ferd dates, 13
pound boxes, per pound, sc.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunet)
are somewhat unsettled by freer offerings
from socond hands, who seem desirous ot
moving supplies of Immediate grades. Quo
tation range from 6c to 9c for California
fruit and from 5Vo to 6c for Oregon.
Peaches very firm, with fancy yellows
quoted at I8H0.
CANNED GOODS 4Torn, standard wen
era 76c. Tomatoes, fancy 8-pound nans,
8145; standard 1-pound vans, 8120. Pine,
apples, grated, 2-peund. S2.20aje.80: sliced,
tl.7W-'.3u. Gallon apples. 84.60. California
apricots, SSuW.lu. Pears. S2.10US15.
Peaches, 81 9093 16. L. C. peachss, 82.109
315. Alaska salmon, red. 81.40; fancy
Chinook, flat, 82.16; fancy soekeye, fist,
82.15. Sardines, quarter oil, $3 60; three
quarters mustsrd, 88.33. Sweet potatoes,
S1.27rt7jil.8t. Sauerkraut, 96a. Pttmpklns, 0o
ftlno. Lima beans, 2-pound, 76 ,rl 25
naked peas, Sv-pound, 66c; fancy. $1.2.Vg1.4o.
NUTS California walnuts, per lb, 18ci
Imported walnuts, per lb., 18 946c; Tarra
fone almonds, per lb., 1 8c; filberts, per lb,
lc; Braxils, per lb., IS 1 4c; Pecans, pel
lb., 12$18c; peanuts, raw, per lb.. 7u;
peanuts, roasted, per lb., 8c; Italian chest
nuts, per lb., Stlc.
COFFEE Roasted, No. 35, 26c; No. 3(1
Sic: No. 28, 19c; No. 20. 14'io.
SUGAR Granulated, cane, per sack,
$5.4:0 beet, 8.1; cut loaf, 4c; cubes. C'tc;
FISH-Haltbut. 11c; trout. 13c; I'okeiol.
10c: pike, 14c; pike, fresh froser, 12c;
whlteflsh, 14416c; buffalo, I4ci bullheads,
skinned and dresred. 13c; catfish, dressed,
17c; white perch, 7n; white hass. 15c; blsclc
bass, 2To; sunflsh, ftZfOc; crapplss, Uflic;
large crapples, 16c; herring, fresh froxen,
6c: w-hlteflslv. froien. I8tf18c; pickerel, fresh
frozen, 13c: rl snapper, 12r: flounders,
mackerel, lS7S5c tier fish; codnsh, fresh
frozen, ISc; red snapper, 12o; flounders,
fresh fresen, 13c; haddock, fresh frozen, lto;
smelts. ISc; shad roe, te par Ih.; frog legs,
3Kc per dos. ; green sea turtle meet, 2:j
HIDES AND TALLOW Oreen sslted,
No. 1, 7c; No. 8. 7'ic; bull hides, 6c; green
hides, No. 1, 6c; No. 2. 6c: horso, $1.S03 M;
sheen pelfs, B0cQtl.?S. Tallow, No. 1. 4'Ae;
No. 2, 3c. Wool. lorc.
Ilostoa Btocka aad Bonds.
BOSTON, Nov. 2.-Cnll loans. 8fr10 per
cent: time losns. f.W per cent. Official
closing on stooks and bonds:
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Him. (iaa 44 I lea
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United 8. M 3 win .ma
do pfd TS Wolverine
V. 8 Steel V. North putt ...
do pft 6444 Putte Coalition
Allnuei 26 Cal. A Arlaons.
Amalgamated 6" Alisons t'4m. ..
Aaked. Bit. Ka-dl vldand.
oldler Mast Answer Theft Charge.
BIOUX FALX.S, S. D Nov. 29. (Special.)
In accordance with an order Issued bj
Judge Csrlsnd of the United States court,
a United States soldier who came to Bouth
Dtikota to aid fn quelling the rebellious
Utes on the Cheyenne River Indian reser
vation, has been taken back to Kansas A
prltoner. Ths soldier Is Corporal James
H. Cooper of the regular army. He Is
charged with having stolen a watch and
chain at Fort Riley, Kin., on August 11
of this yesr. He was recently arrestwd,
on complaint of the Kansss authorities,
by Deputy United States Marshal Lamb
of this city, at Thunder Butte, on the
F. W. A warier Ooes West.
CHEYENNK. Wyo., Nov. 8. (Special.)
F. W. Angler, for fifteen yesrs paseenger
agent for the Union Pacific, with hesd
quarters In Denver, and family passed
through here today en route to flan Jose,
Cal., Mr. Angler having been transferred
to California aa passenger agent for the
Harrlman lines. Mr. Angler wss the orig
inator of the Frontier Days carnival, and
each year- he thought out new features.
He saw the show grow frem a small local
affair to a celebration of national Importance.
Rand snaster Sowsa ItexHiToriasjr.
CHICAGO. Nov. 28. Bandmaster John
Phillip Sousa. who arrived at the Auditor
ium hotel yesterday suffering from pto
maine poisoning, had a restful sleep last
night and was considerably improved today.
House Physician Hammand said there wag
no cause for alarm but that It would be
necessary for Mr. Sousa to remain quiet
for some days. It Is probable tbat Mr.
cousa will slay In Chicago until Moudsy.
Casper Wesias Asks freedom.
CABPKR, Wyo., Nov. H. (Special.) Fay
Howey, u Casper woman being prose
fated for the alleged procuring of two
low girls for ber house in Casper, has
taken an appeal to the suprcms court.
Recently ths jury la her trial disagreed,
and she demands althor a uow tilai r
her frtsadoia. ' -
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