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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
CRMS AND PRODUCE MARKET iffi. ft
Opening Wheat Cablet Come Un
changed to Slightly Higher.
LITTLE LOWER, THOUGH, ON CORN
tralnera Get 1b Their Work a Re
sale K a port Boslaess Ha Beta
largs far tka Last
Ftw Day a.
OMAHA. Nov. 6, IV.
Opening cables came unchanged to
Ktgne.r on wheat and unchanged to id
lower for corn, and a fair scalping market
Kxport business lias been large for the
pant few days and wheat value are on a
The weather la fine for rorn and receipt
are running very light aa farmer are busy
(sHthirlng the new crop, but a material
Increase la expected the laat half of till
month and price should work lower.
The wheat market waa firm and higher,
with atronger cables nnd reduced crop esti
mates, which opened a better buying de
mand. A values reached the up values selling
developed and checked the advance. De
cember wheat opened at 93c and closed
Corn 'ell lower again, beJng weak on the
opening, with plenty on long selling and
lower outside markeia as a result of weaker
cables. Demand proved only fair and cash
corn offerings were a drug to the market.
I December corn opened at 46o and closed
I'ltmnry wheat, receipts were 9S3.0) bu.
ml aliipments were 6'u.OOO bu., against re
ceipt last year of 654,000 bu. and shipment
at 55i0CO bu.
Corn receipts were 2"9.0cO bu. amt ship
ments were ziH.OfO bit., against receipt lant
year ol lsu.Oi bu. and shipments of 486.0JU
Clearances were 81 2.000 bu. of corn, none
rf oats and wheat and flour equal to 4,940,
Liverpool closed Hi! higher to Vd lower
nn wheat and unchanged to w lower on
l.ocal rang of options:
Article.. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.l Yes'y
Dry salt meats, ' dull; boxed extra
loViC; clear ribs. ltlc: short clears.
l'c. Bacon, dull; boxed extra shorts.
Use; short clears, llr.
I'UtWRT-Weak; chickens. c; sprtngs.
10c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, Hjr; geese, 7ic.
HflTEK Steady creamery, 22'ij28c.
EGGS Firm; IMV-c, case count.
Flour. bbl U.orn ,on)
Wheat, bu 2H. 27,04)
Corn, bu.. 20.mo 7,(HO
Osts, bu 42,0tf) 2,0
MOW IOKR GENERAL MARKET
Nov. l-WH EAT Re
exports, 2,644 bbls.; mar-
better demand: Minne-
patents, 32648 5.t5; Minnesota bak
1 I I t
,1 97 91 87
j 5fii W 55V, 15.
, bi 55 BoAl SA
j 444, 4!i
I 4TW 47V4I 4,T
Oaiahn Caan Price.
WHEAT No. 2 bard B4r5e; No. S hard.
MOittfVio; No. 4 haid, tlV2ic; No. 8
I'ORN-No. S. old, 64c; No. I yellow, old,
05e: No. 1 white, old, 64 14c.
OATS No. i mixed, 44Hc. No. 8 white,
SHi4RV-; No. 4 white, HyVtc; standard,
RVE No. 2. 70c; No. 1, 6!c.
C hicago 20
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feature of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices an Hoard ofaTrade.
C HICAGO, Nov. . Official conflrmatlotr
of damage by drouth to th new sown
; rop of wheat In this country caused an
advance In wheat prices on the local ex
change today, final quotations being up
S'ac, compared with yesterday' close.
Corn, oat and provisions closed weak.
Confirmation of the oft-repeated claims
of damage to the fall sown wheat becausu
of Uisiif tlclent moisture was In the form
of the Ohio state report, which estimated
the condition of the new crop at 66, against
i." ..the corresponding time last year, and
which estimated the seeded area at 76
per cent of last year's acreage. The mar
ket was also bulllshly affected by further
advances In the price of flax seed at An
leapclls and Imluth, which, It wa main
lined, were due to reporta of erlou
lamngn to the Argentina crop. V"Prt
business at Winnipeg and New York, total
ng. sixty bout loads, helped to create a
firm tone In the local market. Tho strength
In the wheat pit developed during the
last part of the day, prior to that senti
ment being rather bearish owing to liberal
receipts In the northwest. Tho July de
livery displayed the greatest strength and
closed c higher than yesterday at tc.
December closed at tl.004 and May at
H.iWV Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 219.C00 bu. Export for tho week,
a shown by Bradstreet's, wer equal to
The corn market was weak and closed
weak, wltlt prices off with Decem
ber at 6H;(?j1c and May at SltyjjSlHc
Oata were strong. At the close price
wcro SkUMa higher, with December at 484o
and May at 464c. Ixcal receipts, 89 cars.
Provisions were bearlshly affected by the
further slump In corn and by a decline of
61 no In live hogs. Sentiment In the pit
waa bearish all day and closing price
showed losses of CnJiVic to 20c, with pork
showing the greatest declines.
The leading futures ranged a follow:
celpts. 12,875 bhls.
ket steady, with
ers, t4.20(U4.66: winter nut emu 1.1 Ufttii
4.90; winter straights. 8 4 huai 4 .SO: winter
extras, $7 60 lit 8. u; winter low grades,
$3.4Va.80. Rye flour-barely steady; lair to
food, $4.16411.60; choice to fancy, 4.MKa
60; buckwheat 'flour easy; $2.i6'(j2.o per
CORNMEAL-Steady; fine white and
yellow, li.6otfi.ti5; coarse, $1.60t'1.7O;
kiln dried, $3.85.
RYE-Dull; No. 2 western, 83c. t. o. b..
BARbfcY-Btrong; malting, 3t-70o c. L f.,
Buffalo; feeding. trH4o c. I. f., New York.
WHEAT Recelpta, 144. 400 bushels; ex
poru, 7.DU0 bushels. Spot market firm; No.
i red, ll.KiVsc, elevator, and ll.biHc, f. o. b.,
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, 1.13"0 f. o.
b., afloat; No. 2 bard winter, td.lo'c, f. o. b.
afloat. A strong and much broader market
waa the feature In wheat today, resulting
from the bullish Ohio state report, bulls
support, light Argentina shipment, talk of a
decrease In Monday's visible supply and ac
tive covering. Final prices wero VVi net
higher; December, ll.Hm8 1.11, cloeu, 1.W5;
May, $1.10S-1.11W. closed, 1.11'4-
CORN Kecelpta. 3.2U0 bushels; spot mar.
ket easy; No. 2, 7oic, nominal, elevator and
il4c nominal, f. o. b., afloat to arrive;
No. 2 old, i8c, spot. Option market was ac
tive again and steady, with Chicago clos
ing lc below last night closing. Decem
ber, "iVuTlc, closed ilc; May closed 70'ic.
OATts Receipts, 2S.Mi0 bushels. Spot mar
ket firmer; mixed. 2&a-32 pounds, b-VI'&c;
natural white, 'iM2 pounds, ftWa&lc;
clipped white, 82fi4 pounds, MH'?oc.
t- thu-Firm; spring bran, J3.3iig23.60;
iiAV Easy; ampping, OKj-tc; good
to cutiice, 8U0.
HOPa Steady; swfte, common to
choice, l0s, lie 14c, 1S07, tfuWJtlc; Pa-
cltlo coast, 1907, 36c.
H1DE-Dull; Central America, 194c.
1AH(,K Quiet; acid, 23ViW2c.
I'ROVIBIONS ileel, firm; funiily, $18.00
Ut-w; mess, 13.uo13.do; Deet
-ll.WKivll.Oo; pat Ket, J14.o0il6.ot;
txtra India mess, i-o.o'iji-H.w.
meats, gulct; pickled benies.
iu.uu; plt'Kietl hams, 110.60 1 1.00.
steady; western, S. !., io; refined,
continent, lo.w; Uouth America,
compaunu t.2W!-.). Fork, firm;
short clear, Jo.lbijii.u0; mesa,
city, (t2 per pack
(packages tree), b
domestic, fair, (Vic;
Japan, 6 ikC
c; held, firsts to specials, 202SHc; state
2uc; extras, thirds to tiists, 20t!
i&c; held, tlrst to special, 2qksc; state
dairy, common to tluest, Jojc; procesa,
firsts to six-cials, 17f(ji4ic; western factory,
firsts, ic; western imitation creamery,
COFFEE yulet; No. 7 Rio, V4c; No. 4
CHEESE1 Firm; Btato, full cream,
specials, HinoJt-c; same, Septemoer,
small, colored, white or fancy, 13V4c;
same, large, lic.
EGOS Strong; western firsts, grade
POULTRY Alive, dull; spring chickens,
12c; fowls, 11c; turkeys, 12c. Drtssed, Ir
regular; western spring chickens, lSrgEOc;
fowls, llVaHc; spring turkey, U(aV7c.
WEATHER I SI THE GRAIN BELT
Fair Saturday After a Nlgrht Slightly
OMAHA. Nov. 6, 1908.
The weather continue utibeitied In tne
eastern aiaiea and ligm snow are tailing
in eastern "eniisy ivunia. The Daromntrio
uepiessiun, wveriiiig me extreme upier
Miasouii valley inurtUay inui ning, naa
moved eaaiviaird and is central over the
lake legion this morning. '1 111s depression
la accuuipanled by a very deuideu ' rise in
temperature over the central valleys and
lax region and 1 preceded by rising tem
perature eaisi to the Atlantic coast. Clear
weather prevails ttirougiioul the suutnein,
central and western portion of the coun
try. The pressure continues high over the
western portion, with sugtiuy lower tem
peratures, and It will be allgutly cooler In
this vicinity tonight, with continued fair
tonight and Saturday.
Omaha record 01 temperature ana precip
itation compared with the coresponding
day of the laat three years:
Minimum temperature.... 44 41 60 31
Precipitation 00 .00 .07 . 00
"Normal temperature ior ioaay, u degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March 1,
corresponding period in iau,
Article. I Open. I High. Low. Close. Te y.
t Otxgnii oovtj
47(3"4i 4874 47H1
46HI 467,1 46
16 07H 16 IB
16 00 I 18 JO
16 07HI IS 7W WHI 1 07V4
9SS I 9 37H
8 67H I ( 62HI
8 65 I
8 55 I
. 47 V,
Corn. by. .
Oats, bu' ..
Wo. I. -
Cosh miotntlons were follow
FUiCR-Steady; winter patent. M.41V3
4 86: winter straiahta. t4.HHii4.66: Kprin nnt
c-nts. tSCMfSM: spring straights, 8l.(HKSM.S5;
bakers. .Ol"-. 4.15.
WHE5.4.T-NO. 2 spring. ILOSfllM: No. 8
spring. 9401.03; No. 2 red. c5f l.OOV
CORN No. 2, e3at'c: No. 2 yellow, 63
OAT8-N0. 2, 4SVic; No. 3 white, 4l74ft
RYK-No. t. 7374o.
BARtKV-Oood feeding. 5c 557c; fair to
choice tv-altlng, 5W63C.
8EKDS Flax. No. 1 northwestern. $1.37.
Prime timothy, 13.35. Cloven contract
PROVISIONS Bhort rib, aide (loose).
MrW(K9 00. Pork. mess, per bbl.. $14.7S(f
14 87V,. 1-ard. per loo lbs.. 39.42H- Short
clear side (boxed). 89.2&Q9.50.
Followlns" were the receipt and ship
ment of flour and grain:
40.snn 67 000
l'3 1O0 51.000
On the Produce exchange todav the but
ter market wa firm; creameries. 2lftf28
dairies, 19if. Egs. firm: at mark, cases
iiiciiiuea. jsku-.-jc : nrsts. ire; prim rirsts.
ac. v neese. strong; l-4bg?13c.
St. I.oala Oeaeral Market.
8T. I1C1S. Nov. 6.-WHBAT Higher;
track No. 2 rrd rash. 81.1)1.06: No. 2
hard, 9Wti$102V,; December, 99,m; May. iLOSi
CORN Iwer; track. No. 2 cash. 6?J4c;
No. 3 whits. 63c; December, 68 '4c; May
OATS Firm; track. No. J cssh.
No. 3 whHe, 50Vc; December, 46',c;
RYK Nominal, 74c.
FEOl'R Dull; red winter patents. 84 65(f9
4 i; extra fancy and straight, 84.2oviH.65:
8 KED Timothy. $2.50(03.35.
f "O R N M E A E 13. 40.
H RAN Lower; sacked east track, 96c
HAY-rirm; timothy, $8 5O4ffl4.0O; prairie.
$9 OOU'11 00.
H FM r TWINPV-7c.
1R6N COTTON TIK8 $100.
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; Jobbing.
815.0V. lard, steady; prime steam, $9.rVtt
corresponding period In 1906,
La. A. WELSH,
Kansas City Grala sal Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 6.-WHEAT-Un-
ehanired- December. 9Mic: May, 94ic; July.
. . . a a ' r 1 . r . M m. t. a
c. caan, rvo. c nuru, tiu-t.w, i-iu. o
hard. 9u9Sc: No. 2 red, I1.0MU'1.04 ; 1NO. 3
CORN Unchangea; jjecemoer, ooc; wiay,
Kastc: Julv. fiiAc: cash. No. 3 mixed, bSff-soc;
. . - . , . - . A .L.(. ."11
No. 8 mixea, wsuufinc; wiu-.o, vo-rvw
,. No. 8 white. 63c.
OATS Uncnangea; xo. 2 wiuio, watj
No. 2 mixed, 4647c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $9.50810.00;
l...l nralrie. S.6u4l9.00.
BUTTKlt ririu ; creamery, u;
iresn extras, ac, current
Oata, bu . . . .
Kansas City option closed aa follows;
Article. I Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.
rccember 93H 94Mi ?3VH1H"'i
May .VI 9SWi97VuV4l97Vo93
D-cember 56"iff-Hl 5iH 55V4
May StrHIMHift'S! tWi.eiJH'aV,
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 6 WHEAT De
cember, $1.01H; May, $1.0674; No. 1 hard,
$1.ub: No. 1 northern, 1.04; No. 2 north
ern, $ltC; No. 3 northern, iBcij$1.01.
H RAN In bulk. $17.50.
FLOl'R Demand Improving; flrat pat
enta, IS.Xijii.oO; second patents, 8&.Oiiia.5;
first clears, $3.90(!.2o; second clears, i.'Mti
NEW YORK STOCKS AS D BONDS
Speculative Movement Enters a New
and Broader Phase.
GENERAL ADVANCE IN VALUES
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 6. WHEAT Spot,
ftrni; No. 2 red western winter, 7 5d; fu
tures, steady; December. 7 .d; March,
777d; January, 7a 6d.
COKN Spot, firm; American mixed, 7s
Slid; futures, quiet; December, 6s 6Vrd;
January, 6 4d.
III., Nov. 6 CORN-Ix)wer;
white, 95c; No. 8 white, 65c;
No. 3 yellow, 60V4c; new. No.
No. 4, 64c; new, 57Hc; old, no
new, 531 65c.
no. 1 white, 47V4c; No. 4
Demana Grow and Profea-
Employ t'sual Device to
Prices Volume of
a new and
NEW YORK, Nov. -The
movement In stocks entered on
broader phase today In the entry Into the
buying movement of additional forces from
widely scattered sources. The alert leaders
of the speculation were prompt to perceive
this development and to take advantage of
It by manipulative devices to help on the
advances In prices. The advance waa. In
itself, ah attraction to the somewhat ex
cited operations of the new participants,
who were apparently of the elites that
would have withdrawn or waited If prices
had moved downward Instead of upwards.
The prospects of danger contained In this
kind of movement are perfectly well rec
ognized by the practiced professional op
erators In stocks and this class today was
attentive for sign of reaction in the mar
ket and prompt to digest profit frequently
In the course of the rise.
The buying orders today through com
mlmiton houses w.re on a much enlarged
scale and they seemed to come from widely
separated sources, aunougn ior me
part from the speculative center. Boston
wa much Impressed: wun t-ne promise ut
the copper Industry and, together with
In that srrouD sent ex
cited reports of the volume of the new buy
ing of copper and the rapid advance In the
rrlce of that metal which wa In ympathy.
Philadelphia and Pittsburg, as usual, paid
close attention to developments in the Iron
and steel trade and the heavy order for
United Statea Steel, for the anare 01 v'
minor stocks, and for their equipment com
panies and electrical equipment com
panies correspondingly Interested, were at
tributed to those sources to an Important
extent. What are called "western wire
houses" represented a ollentage even more
scattered throughout the west and outn-
"operations for foreign account' were
mixed, but Influence from that lde were or
cheerful effect on the speculation. The
speculation was dominated tlll by the con
siderations springing from the passing ot
the elections. Bevcral incidents served aa
a supplement to this. A notable Influence
was attributed to the remarks of Judge
Taft to the Commercial club of Cincinnati
In the assurances of non-interference from
the federal g-overnment with all business
and corporate enterprise that observe the
law, although thla assurance wa coupled
wrtti, in.- uitA a A nn in 1 1 1on of an enforce-
m nt ol tha 1 vi against dishonest method'.
vvVilr st.... hastened to arrogate to hkii
a promise of exemption In these words.
The incoming rush of order for took was
regarded confidently as a herald of com
ing development In the Industrie ot the
Yesterday' extra dividend declaration on
Northern Pacific had it consequences In re
vived rumors of other Intended distribu
tions, which were without any confirmation.
Today' spurt to 1,534.000 shares shows the
largest such slittrp expansion that ha oc
curred on rising quotations since the day
of the abortive speculation on the Increase
In the Harrlman dividend. The market'
furloua activity wa maintained to the last
and prices were still forging upwards, al
though with some effect from realizing
sale at certain points. The day' move
ment showed such gains aa 4 to 4Vi for
Amalgamated Copper, New York Central,
Loulavllle & Nashville and Atlantic Coast
Line, 3 for United States Steel and Union
Pacific, 64 for Great Northern ore certifi
cates and 10 In I-tckawanna. ' 4
Bonds were strong and active. Total sales,
par value, $8,612,000. United States bond
were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on the New York Stock exchange:
Haies. tiitn. i.ow. uioro.
Amalcsmated Copper 7H.200
Am. c. F 7,000
Am. C. F. ptd 700
Am. Cotton Oil t.DOO
Am. H. A L ptd 700
Am. Ics Securities. 1,100
Am. LlnsMd Oil CM)
Am. Locomotive I,0"0
Am. Locomotive pfd 900
Am. 8. a R M.J'K)
Am. 8. a R. pfd l. 'oo
Am. Sunr Refining t 400
Am. Tobacco pfd... 4JC0
Amarlc Woolen 1. 0"0
Anaconda ktlnln Co ls.tuo
Atchison pfd l'
Atlantic Coast Line I.C'H)
Baltimore A Ohio.., 2S.40
Hal. a Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Kapld Tr 6,700
Canadian Pactflo ,6io
Central Leather 11.100
Central Leather pfd 1.OI0
Central of New Jersey 100
Chesapeake a Ohio 14,iu0
Chicago Ot. VV HJ0
Chlcafo a N. W 1,6-10
C, M. a St. P 40,71-0
C. C, C. a Bt. L 700
Colorado F. a I lt.ooo
Colorado a so T,
Colo, a 8o. let pfd 600
Colo. So. td pfd 800
Consolidated Uss 7.100
Corn Products 4.9O0
Delaware a Hudson I.i0
Dttnver a Rio Grande 10
D. R. O. pfd 1.100
Distillers' Securities ....... 4.300
Erie 1st prd 4.00
Brie Id pfd 200
General Electrlo 1,000
Great Northern pfd 17,400
Ot. Northern Ore ctfs 17. two
Illinois Central 12.000
Interborouih Met 1 400
Int. Met. pfd i.LOO
International Paper t,!J0
Int. Paper pfd (00
International Pump 11,100
Iowa Central 400
Kansas City 8o t.OuO
K. C. So. pfd ("0
Loulavllle a N 11.200
Minn, a St. L 6"0
M.. St. P. a 8. I. kf 100
Missouri Paclfio t.tao
M., K. a T $1
M . K. T. pfd 400
National Lead t.(o0
old. No. 3
3, c: old
OA 1 julel;
NEW YORK. Nov. 6. METALS The
London tin market waa higher today, with
spot quoted at 139 2s tkl and futures at
141. The local market was strong and
higher also at $:.62Vr30.86. Copper made
quite a sharp advance in London, spot be
ing quoted at 64 5s and futures at 2s
6d. The local market waa firm, with a con
tinuation of tlie upward tendency, and lake
was quoted at tl4.12lVtil4.2&. electrolytic at
IM.wult.liVi and cuating at $13.7S( 14.00. The
London lead market was higher at 13 12s.
Locally the market was firm, with bidders
showing mora disposition to meet the views
of holders and quotation tanging from
M JiSfc to 64 40. Spelter advanced to 20 IDs.
In the London market. Ically the market
wa firm at $4.i'u6.uO. h-on was higher In
London, with standard foundry quoted at
4s 3d and Cleveland warranta at 49s 6 J.
Th local market was unchanged. No. 1
foundry, northern. $16.50a 17 -S; No. 2, $16.00
47.16.7d; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern,
oft. $16.7M( 17.25.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. t M ETA 1 .8 Lead,
firm at $4.36. Spelter, firm at $4.86.
New York Central
N. ., O. a W
Norfolk a Western
p.. c, c. a st. l
Preeaed. Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Bll Spring
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Inland Co
Rock Iiland Co. pfd
St. L. a 8. F. 2d pfd....
St. Louis 8. W
St. L. 8. W. pfd
Slots-Sheffield S. a I
o. Peclfle pfd
go. Railway pfd
Teiaa a Pacific
T, St. L. a W
T.. St. L. a W. pfd
t nlon Pacific prd
V. a. Ruober
I'. 8. Rubber let pfd...v
V. 8. Steel
r. 8. Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical ..
Va.-faro. Cham, pfd
Weetlnghouss Electric ...
Wheeling a L. B
Total sales for the day,
.. J 4J
. . 1,4')
.. 1.0 O
. . o.h
.. I. SO)
. 1.000 28 28
Londoa ktock Market.
LONIX1N. Nov. . American securities
opened firm and higher today. First prices
were from 'a to 4 above yesterday' New
York closing; and thla level wa maintained
throughout the early session.
London closln stock quotation:
Consols, money ... 84 8-14 kfo., Ksn. a Texas.
do sccount sef--.er.cw Tors t entrsl
NEW YORK. Nov. . COFFEE Mar
ket for coffe future closed steady, net
unchanged to i points higher. Sales were
reported of 24 600 bags. Including No
vember at 5 30 i.J&o; December and
January, .30c; March, May, July and
September, 6 2419 4 SOc Spot coffee quiet
No. 7 luo. Uc; No. 4 Kanto sc; wild
cvffe dull; Cordova, !VllHc.
10-4 Norfolk a Western.
.. 88 do pfd
..1.0 Ostarto a Western.,
.170 Kaud Mines
. 46 Resdlng
. 7 Southern Railway ..
.148 do pfd
. lb Southern Pscitie ..,
. tnlon Pacific ..j...
. 74 do ptd ,
. ei I'. M. Steel
. 4 do pfd
. IS Wabash
. Jl do pfd
.144 Spanish 4s
Baltimore a Ohio..,
Csnadlan Pacific ..
Cheaapeake a Ohio
t'hl. Oreat Weetern
Chi.. Mil. 4V St. P
Denver A Rio O ...
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Louisville a Nsah.
SILVKK liar, stcf.dy ut atta per ounce.
MONEY 1 per cent.
The rat of dlacount In the open market
for abort hills la a per cent; for thre
months' bills, 2431 1-16 per cent
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tor the Week.
NEAV YORK. Nov. 1 Bradstreef bank
clearlrs; report for the week ending; No
vember 6, 1S, show an af-Krcgnte of $,(36,
376,000, aa against $2,570,8l4,UilO lust wet-It and
$2,377,615,000 In tho corresponding week last
year. The following Is a list of the cities:
Clearings. I Inc. Dec.
Washington, D. C. .
Salt Lake City
Springfield, Mass. .
Augusta, Oa. ........
Jacksonville, Fla. ..
Charleston, 8. C. ..
Wilmington, Del. ..
Wheeling, W. Va. .
Kalamazoo, Mich. .
Cedar Rapids, la. ...
Fargo, N. D
Sioux Falls, S. D. .
South Bend, Ind. ...
Bloomlngton, 111. :..
Jacksonville, 111. ...
Columbia, 8. C
64,8( 2, a .
4.714 0 0
8'JIS. ) i
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Light Ban of Cattle, with Pricei
Steady to Strong.
HOGS STEADY TO TEN LOWER
Sheep and Lamb In I.laht Receipt,
While Price on All Kinds Are
Stronger nnd Trade
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. , 1908.
Oftlclal Monday ....
Official Thursday .,
Estimate Friday ..
Cattle. Hugs. Sheep.
... 3.969 3.688 19,ti
l.UBo Z.VM iMX
... 1.4S0 8,939 4.915
... 2.IW7 6,7o7 4.136
... 1.4i7 4.200 4.863
Five days this week... 12,868 20,492 38,294
Same days last week.... 19,127 17,943 73,819
Bame days 2 weeks ago,. 34.263 17.626 89,17
Same day 3 weens ago..U,43 30,121 81,903
Same day 4 week ago. .3,Ulj 26,81 &).M
Sam days last year la,2ue 12,513 61,2.1)
The following table shows the receipt
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for tna year to date, compared with last
year: lo8. 190i. Inc. Dec,
Cattle 865,746 1,082.781 167,035
riugs 2,072,068 2,09,283 42,785
tiheep I,8v9,a37 l.tsU.m 22,5
The following table 'shows the average
price of hoga at South Omaha lor the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1908. 1907. 1908. 11906. 1904. 19J3. list.
6 54 I
6 60 I
6 06 1
4 4 1
4 87 I
6 I8 6 63
6 08i 6 51
4 971 e 61
4 ii 6 69
4 98 61
1 e 54
4 871 6 60
4 79 48
4 74 61
4 73 62
The olficlul number of cars ot stock
brought in today by each roau waa:
Cattle. Huga. P.ieep.
C M. & St. P
I nion Pacific
C. & N. W. (east)
C. at N. W. (West)...
C, St. P., M. & O...
C, 11. & 4- (east)...
C, B. & O. twest)
C, it. 1. i P. (east)...
C, K. 1. sir. P., (west)..
Illinois Central ......
c. u. w
The u.sposltlon ot the oay' receipts wa
uh follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber ot nead ludlcatea
, 1 1 .i
13 16 12
2 3 , .5
7 11 1
3 6 .
1 2 ..
i 8 ..
48 67 19
Omaha Packing Co..
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour &, Co
Krey Packing Co....
Vunsant & Co
Carey Hi Benton
Hill & Hon
F. P. Lewi
J. H. Bulla
ilcCreary & Carey...
11. F. Hamilton
Smliu & P
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Not Included In totils because containing
other Items than clearings.
IVew York Money Blnrket
NEW YORK. Nov. 6. PRIM F.
CANTILB PAPER-44i ht cent.
STERLING EXUMANQK Katy,
actual business In bankers' bills at $1.83'
4.8383 for sixty-day bills and ut 4.s;,: fur
demand; commercial hills. $4.83's!hl.K3'4.
SILVER Bar, 6o4c; Mexicuu dollar,
BONDS Government, steady; rairoad,
MONEY On call, steady, VM'2 per cent;
ruling rate, l per cent; closing bid. IV
per cent; oflered at 14 pr cent. Time
loans, active and easy for short dates;
strong 011 long dates; sixty days. 33 per
rent; ninety days, 34 per cent; six moiuiis,
34, per cent. 4
Closing quotation on New York bond
were as follow:
V. S. ref. 1m, re.... 1034 Int. Met. 4Vte
ao coupon 104 L. A N. unl. 4s....
V. 8. . re( lOllteMsn. c. . 4s
...W'tHfl L'eutral 4s....
...12U4 do let Inc
...lii Minn. A 8t. L. 4s.
... 7WM., K. A T. 4s....
...im Mo 2s
OMAHA, Nov. (.Bank clearing for to
day were $1,769,041.44. and for the corre
sponding dat last yesr $1,662,292.43.
WASHINGTON. Nov. Today' state
ment of the '.reasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the HW.rXiO.utnJ gold
reserve, show: Available csb balance.
do eoupoa ....
U. g. 4. re...
4o eoupon ....
Am. Tobsctv 4s.
Atchison sen. 4s
do snj. 4s 81 N. Y. C. f. '-..
do e. 4 l-li M. J. C. i. 5e ...
do cv. is lu4 No. Pscltle 4s...
Atlsotle C. L. 4s.... XS, -do 3s
Bai. at Ohio 4s D-0 N. 4k W. c. 4s ...
do ',. M-.iO. 8. L. rids. 4a..
Brk. R. T. cv. 4 7i'iPeun. c. te lli
central or us. as 10J do cos. 4a
. J H
do lal luc...
do 2d Inc..
do Id inc.
fteadlu csn. 4s...
hep. of Cubs 5s.
of M. o 4s eVs
. 4J-(8t. L. st 1. M. c 5s . Ill
(Ties, a fMtlo 4V.S....1114 ft. U S K. !. 4. H
(hicsso A. !a
'., B. A CI n. 4a
C, ft. 1. P. 4s.
do col. (is..'.
do rfd. 4s
fi'O. gt. u g.
Colo. Ind. ie
Colo. ssid. 4a
Colo. 4 Ho. s
el. 4 H. cv. 4s.
l A H. O. 4s...
Krle s I. 4s
do en. 4s
Hock. Vsl. 4Ss...
do 2d eerlea
Stew York Mlalaaj atofk.
. NEW YORK. Nov. I. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were
;8 gt. L. 8. w
... 88V, i-sbosrd A. L. 4a
... i':Vs io. Pacific 4s
... 7's do Ut 4s
... Mvegn. Hallwsr 6s.....
4s. V. Teias A P. la....
... .'D4T., 8t. L. A W. 4a
... 48t3 I'ltloa Pad lie 4s...
...! do c. 8s
...UK Wsbaab la
... 8b Wealera Md. 4s
... 874, W. A U t. 4s
... 1 Wis. tnlral 4s
...lOktiN. T.. N. H. A
... i ee. 4s rtfs
... i Lsks Sborr 4s 1831... 4v
BruuwtcU Con. . .
Coca. Tu.sel stork
Cost. Tunnel nonds.
Con. Cel. A Va
Little Chief ...
Total 1.443 4,312 6,796
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were light
this illuming, as uauul on a Friuay, oniy
forty-eigiu cars leing reported in. For
tne weeK to date tne receipts snow a
tailing orf of over t,W0 head as compared
with last week and of over 21,uuu beau aa
coinpaieu witn two tseeks ago.
U iiiii tew beef cattle lucre were here
sold at good, steady pilces and the offer
ings weiu aii picked up In good season.
Cuiii-letia sold up to $6.u0, with Wyoming
rangeia at yt.bu. Cows and neiteis also
commanded good, strong prices, the few
luaus ol dcsnuole khida selling qullit
mere were only a few stockers and
feeder in first hands and, as usual the
mni of tne week, tiiey were Blow aeileia.
unu tning thai contributed to the dullness
was tne tact thai speculator are loosung
lor a pretty good run the coining week anu
hence were not overly anxious to load up
Willi calile tuuay thai tnuy might bav to
carry over bunuay.
'im market tot the week ha been In
exceedingly goou condition " and all de-
all aula Kinds ot cattle, both killer and
lec-dci. are around io-unoo higher than
la; wt-ea s ciuhtf. Coniiuun isaner cows
and irasny cattle generally nave not
aiiuwu very much change.
Wuuluiion on cattle: Good to choice
corn-ied tsleers, tt.zojr7.00; talr to good
corn-ted b tee is. $o.j-(o.2j; common to fair
coin-led steers, 4.tA.t).uu; goou to choice
range steers, y4.uoj-u.&; fair to good range
sleura, K.ot4f-t.iio; conutiun to tair range
steers, V.W(o.eo; good to choice corn-ted
cowa and ueuers, eo. .1X04.25; good to cnoice
grass cowa and huitera, di.ib; fair to
good grass cows and belters, fi.autsi'i.20;
common to fair grass cows and nettors,
l.iou '.uo; good to choice slocaers and
t cede is, $4.boti&.tx); fair to good stockers
and feeders, 83.oVg4.Bt); common to fair
stockers and feeders, 82.icd-tw; stocK heif
cra, .'.2uii.i; veal calves, ii. loaj. 16, bulls,
stayb, etc., $j.zb(ud.2u.
HuGS A lew ut tne toppy loads of hogs
old at prtcces inl morning thai were very
nearly steady to a little canter, but Ins
gcneial inn uf pretty guod hogs sold around.
go lower. Ilia ugiiler Kinds were generally
5,'jloc lower, the lighter the weight the
more decline as a general rule, 'i lie hugs
sold largely ut eo.TLnv.fco, aa against $a.suuT
kin) yealerduy. the lop was the sam for
botli days, ;6.00. The market was not very
active at the advance, but still pretty
much everything waa cleaned up In fair
bHEEP 'Receipt of cheep thl morning
Were again small, while the demand. esie.
daily tor killers, was biisk and prices gen
erally a Hula higher than yesterday. W est
ern ltd lambs sold up aa high as $6.90, witn
western fed wethers at $4.50 and range
yeariings at $4.65.
There were nut enough feeders to cut
much figure on the market today, but
what there wer sold In about yesterday'
The market for the week on all desirable
kinds of killers Is safely Jo 1140c higher.
Feeder sheep and lambs have been In active
demand throughout the week and prices
have been strung every day. it will he re
mem be red that the market last week closed
very high on feeders, so that no material
advance lias taken place on that kind this
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good to
choice lambs, $5. i&j6.o0; fair to god lambs
r5.2'(r5.75; feeding lambs, $4.2.!i6.26; good
to choice light yearlings, $4.bOu6.ou; good to
choice heavy yearlings, 94.26u4.76; feeding
yearlings, $3.754j4.25; good to choice wether,
t4.2Mi4.wj; fair to good wethera, $4.0104.25:
ttcding wether. $3.50-04.90; good to choice
ewes, t3 75-'-j4.'JO; fair to good ewes, $3,264
3.75; feeding ewes, $2.0tVa3.25; cull anj
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 6. BUTTER
Market lc higher; Western creamery, 31c;
nearby prints, 3c.
We must get rttl of thin large- stock. Vr have cut price riVr-prr
and draper. Now that vre mut vacate tills large, aaclout4 hulbtinK.
nnd having no other trr In alght to tnoro Into, jroti ran 4N8ilr see
our prrdl(tii4nt. We cannot store urh at ctxttly atN-k o In order
to close out a qnlekl a p4Mlhle, we have tindctl the rlee down
to almost nothing.
Aro You Getting Your Sharo
of the Reasonable merchandine that we are selling at such a sacrifice.
The readers of thla paper are coming from fifty to sixty miles from
Omaha to take advantage of thla sale. There's not a single item
where the price hasn't been cut 40 to 60 per cent.
De sure and bring this list with you.
RING THIS PRICE LIST WITH YOU
GOODS SOLD JUST AS ADVERTISED
$25 suits sg
Strous ft Bros, hand tailored
Overcoats. This season' latest cut
and fabric. In all Uie new ahades,
cuffs on sleeves aom have those
nifty stylish patch pocket. All
530 Overcoats $25j
Thore Isn't a suit In thl lot that
Isn't positively worth $26.00. You
see there Is only one way to move
foods fast and that way la to put
h price down to rock bottom.
$4. 60, $6.00 and $6.00 Boys' Knee Pants Suits,
at 52.48 and S2.08
$8.60 and $10.00 Boys' Overcoats, 12 to 20 yrs.,
Knee Pants, only lit?
10.00 and $12.60 Men's Suits, In one JJJJ
$16.00, $17.60 and $20.00 f fj CQ . fO 09
Men's Suits, at ,0.w( nd 40Mt
$3 Hats (or 89c
Positively the greatest
hat value In America.
We have put In this lot
all $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00
stiff and soft hats, at
the ridiculous price of
Sc. ' Don't Judge the
quality by the price
they're stylish and serviceable.
$4 2nd $5 Shoes
We include In thla lot
all of our better make
of shoes. All are Good
year welts, vlcl, box calf,
valour, lace and button.
Regular 9.00 value.
Forced Out of Business
$2.00 Lambsdown Union
f 1.00 Union Suits, heavy
$1.00 all wool flna Un
69o cotton fleeced Un
50c and 760 811k Hand-
2.00 Worsted Sweater
f 1.00 blue flannel Shirts
76o heavy black Sateen
$1.60 Lion brand stiff
and soft Shirts... tSo
$1.00 soft hirts, col
lars attached S9o
$5c Suspender ....IS
25a Suspenders .,..144)
Boys' Supender. . .
John B. Stetson $5.00,
$.O0 and $7.00 Hats
10c Handkerchief ...to
10a blue and red Hand
60a Ladles' Underwear
Boys' Kne Pants.. 11
BOo Overalls So
60o Working- Shirts 89o
60o and 75c Working
Manhattan and Elgin
Shirts, large Bisa
only, at 48s
$2.00 Working Pant
13.60 Men's Pant 8.94
26o Woven Sox . ...ISo
Boston Garters . ...14W
Ladies' Goods Sacrificed
$30.00 long Fur Lined Coats 914.8S
$40.00 Squirrel Lined Kerey Coats
$50.00 Nearseal Blouse Jackets
One (only) Fur Cape $13.60
112.50 Long Coats 4.98
$20.00 Long Coat $9.98
$2.60 Fur Keck Scarfs So
$6.00 Fur Neck Scarfs ....... .$1.98
$7.60 Fur Neck Scarfs $3.95
$10.00 Fur Neck Scarfs $3.98
$16.00 Genuine Squirrel Scarfs
$15.00 Muffs foe $4.98
$25.00 Jackets for $8.48
1 f VV
Fcrccd Out Of Businoss
00; feeders, $2.75fl4-T5: calve and year
CHICAGO LI VB STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoc Five to Tea
Cent Lower Sheep Steady.
CHICAGO. Nov. 6. CATTLE Receipt,
estimated about J.000 head; market, steady;
steers, t4.4Oti7.50; cows, J3.0iXii6.0O; heifers,
$2.50fc4.60; bull, $2.5034.50; calves, $3.00
7.85; stockers and feeders, $2.50(i)4.65.
HOGS Receipts, estimated about 77,000
head: market. SifrlOc lower: choice heavy
shipping, tfi 0(13 30; butchers, $9.1564 30; light
mixed, I5.4orq6.so; light choice, 6.wBi.uo;
packing. K.txwti.io: pig. H.at).w: duik of
sales, $6.7ct6 2ft.
SHEEP ANU LAMBS Receipt, estima
ted about 12.000 head; market, steady
sheep, 4.5(K(i5.(iy; lamb. $4.75'a.50; year
Kansas City Lira Stock. Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Nov. .--OATTLK
Receipts, 5,000 head, Including 200
southerns; market for killing cattle 15
ifoc higher; stockers and feeder atrong;
choice export and dressed beef steers.
$8.2i&7.26; fair to good, $4.85(25.00;
western steers, $3.60 4 60; atocker and
feeder, $3.004.60; southern sters,
$3.O04.6; southern cows, $2,0043.40;
native cow, $2.004.60; natlva nelfers,
$2.606.26; bulla, $2.36 04.00; calves.
uuii.i Receipts, i.uuo head; market
10o lower; top, $6.10; bulk of sales, $5.40
frS.QO; heavy. t 000 4 10; packer and
butchers, tt. .0 U 6.10; light. $5.303 5.15 :
plgM, $4. 006 5.25.
Brie;ii;f aiu l.a m tin neceipts, 3,000
head; market strong; Colorado lamb,
$6.00; lambs, $4.25 (y 6.00; ewe and year
lings, $3.80()4.60; western ) - rfing.-i,
$4.204.80; western heep, $ 3. ?j ((? 4. 4 0 ;
stockers and feeders, fi.iOtt 4.00.
St. Loals Live Stoek Market,
ST. LOU19. Nov. . CATTLE Re
ceipt, 4, 21-0 head. Including 2.200 Texan;
market, strong to 10c higher; native ship
ping and export steers, $5.00i7.76; dressed
beef and butcher steers, t4.5taC75; steer
under 1.000 llw.. $3.6Xa."5; tocker and
feeder, $3.00(U4.00; cow and heifers. $3.26
tli.6u; canners, 2.(Hij2.5t); bulls, $2.7541 4.1X1;
calves. $4.007.50; Texans and Indian ateers,
$3.0o4i5.76; cows and heifers. $1. 75m 4.25.
HOGS Receipts, 16.0U) bead; market, 10
620 cents lower; pigs and lights. J3.ik&5.70;
packers. $5.804j5.S5; butchers and best heavy.
SHEEP AND IAMRS-Receipts, 1.000
head; market, 10(&il5c higher; native mut
tons, $4.2ui4.75: lambs, 6.(fi 25: culls and
buck. $3.IAti4.25; stockers, $2.0l63.00.
St. Joseph Live Stoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. CATTLB-Re-ceipts.
I,5u0 head. Market steady; steers,
$4.25tr7.10; cows and heifers, $2.25tf.75;
HOGS Receipts. 7.50O head. Market 5c
to lbc lower; top, $8.05; bulk of sales, $5,754
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpt,
Market nominal; lambs. $1 5o6.75.
Stock t88 Slsjkt.
Tleceints for llvst alnrb mt ih.
cipai western marxeis yesieraiiy
411-16C, nominal: ordinary, BW, nominal;
good ordinary, 6 15-16V ; low middling, 8 6-lc;
1.1.1,1 QIC ...... ... . mMIh. ft 0 1 iL,,
II11I1U nil. o Itr-ini , hiiuu iiiiuuiiiis, va-.-ni
... , .-.m fair puw. r.ip mi ,-.
celpts, 12,182 bales; stock, 225,'226 bale.
Boston Stock and Bond.
BOSTON, Nov. 6. Money, call loans, IS
$ per cent; time loans, 3M,&4V, per cent.
Clos'ng price on stocks and bonds wsr ar
Alchlaon adj. 4s..... Jl (sl. Hscla.
ao 4s 8'i'iOtitsnnlal
Atchison R. H i".8 CoppsT Ranfs
o ptd 8dD)r Wsst ....
Boston A Albany. ...tUtrrajikllo ......
Bostoa A Mslos 184 Oranby
Boatos Xlsvated 10 lals Roysls ...
FiU-hbur pfd 133 Msss. Mining
N. V., N. H. A H...184 Mlchlssn
Union Pacific 118 i Mohawk
Am. Aria, ctwm il Moat. C. A C.
do pfd 84 Old Dominion
Am. rnsu. Tubs 64 Osceola
Amer. Susr lie 'i Parrot
do ptd 10 Quincy
Am. T. T 18 Hhannon
Am. Woolsa I1 "Tamarack
do pfd 8",Trinltr
Dominion 1. A 8 I74 Unllsd Coppsr
KcM-orl Rlsa. Illu ?t7 V. S. Mlnlu..
Mass. Blsctrlo 1 V. S. Oil
do pfd 674, 1'tah
Maia. Oas 07 Victoria ......
I' n I led Prult M0 Winona
Units S. M 54 Wolverine ....
do pfd i-W North Butts .
U. S. Stasl it Hutte Coalition
do pfd Ill's Narada
Adventurs t Cal. 4k Art ions.
Aliones 4" ', Arison Com. ..
Amslg-amst:l 14"40rsens Csnsnsa
.. 4 :
.. i3 i
SIouk City ...
Br. Joseph ...
Kansas City .
BOSTON, Mass.. Nov. 6.-WOOL The
Commercial Rulletln will say tomorrow of
the wool market: The market is strong and
active. Buyers operated freely In anticipa
tion of the election and have accumulated
considerable supplies. For this reason a
nuleter market is looked for. as holder are
disposed to ask higher prices. Th hlu
ment of wool from Boston to November
5. Inclusive, according to same authority,
were 156.212,603- lbs., agvlnat 214.210.569 lb,
for the same time last year. The recelpta
to November 6, Inclusive, were 229.286,176
lbs., against 2im.278.2-6 lbs. the am period
ST. 1X1118, Nov. 8.-WOOL Firm; me
dlum grades, combing and olntblng, 17(p
20c; light fine. lVal6Vc; heavy fin. 114312c ;
tub washed, 20f(27c.
Snsrar and Molaanes.
NEW YORK. Nov. f.-SUGAR-Raw and
OUiet: fu.lr reflnlnv Salts.- .. .1. a
test, 3.95c; molasses sugar, .20c: refined.
steady; No. 6. 4.!ic; No 7. 4 45c; No. 8. 4.40c;
J10'.!v4Si:: No- ,0- 4iKr: No- -: No!
II. 4.1fc; No. 13. 410o; No. 14. 406c; confer,
loners A. 4 70c; mould A. 626c: rut loaf
6. .Oc; crushed, 60c; powdered, 6.00cj gran
ulated, 4.90c; cubes. 6.16c.
Oils) and Roaln.
OIL CITIT. Nov. 8 -Credit balances, $1 TH
Runs 162 .m bbls.; sverage. 129 574: shlr,
menls. lM.. pkgs.; Average, 1X6 806
SAVANNAH. Oa., jNtv. 6 -OIL-Turpen-tine,
firm, c; sales, 100; receipt. SM;
r,'J2"yt 8: - 2.8o'u3.82V4; II? $3f7,
t3; I-. ( K.. 34 80; M.. $5.26; N.,
. 6: W. G., $6.30; W. V.. 6 iu. '
Sioaa (Itr Live Stock Market.
PIOl'X CITY. Nov. 6-HOG-Recelpts,
6,0") head; market 6i?10t lower; range, $5.(0
tl90; hulk of aales. $5 70t)5.75.
CATTLE Receipts. 5"0 head; market
higher; btevea, $4-5"a700; grass cows, $3.00
NEW YORK, Nov. .-COTTON-Ppot
closed quiet at 5-polnt advance; middling
uplands, 9.3oc; middling gulf, 55c. No
Futures closed steady; November. 1.03c;
Decetnber, 9.07c: January, 8.82c; February,
I tic; March, ( ft6c; May, t sfcc; Jun. 8.7c.-;
July. .7e; August, H.61c.
5T. LOl'lH, Nov. 6. CO'rrON Steady;
middling, V- Hales, 81 bales; receipts,
8 3au bales; ablpmruls, baits, stock, 31,-
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. -COTTON-Bpot
opened easy, cloacd steady; low ordinary,
J, P, BENKARD & GO,,
UO Broidvaf. Hew York Cltf.
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