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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER-17, 1908..
Jpeniag Cabl M to wer on' Wheat
aid Higher on Corn.
3TANDINGr SHOWS UP SLOW
Valnes Display Only "light Plnrtaa-tline-T
radlnaj U Very LI net end
, ' There U Very Little
' 1 ' Activity.
nc-yr- v ,. .
' 'OMAHA. Nov. 16. im.
Ori:i!i.'g rabies on wheat were VJ lower
and Sd htg.-'.er on- com.
The tendency of t lie market n alow and
valuta showed only slight fluctuations.
Receipts of corn were' btter on new corn,
and weakened the market a trifle, notwithstanding-hlghpr
cabin. Trading waa very
light and, very 1ft tie action waa In evidence.
WheaC proved dull and sagged lower
without any support. Increasing stocks at
terminals wag sufficient to keep buyers
from taking on any long stuff for the
time being. Very lltUe wss doing and the
market closed lifeless. December wheat
opened at 7Vc and closed at 8USc.
Corn dropped off In face of strong cables
on better country shipments and a more
moderate demand. There Is no change In
the situation and lower values sre expected
when the heavy movement begins. Ue
rember corn opened at 57-Hc and closed at
Prims ry wheat receipts were 1.413.0CO bu.
and shipments were 447.000 bu.. against re
ceipts last year of 888,000 bu. and shipments
f 673.0Q0 bu. , . . ,
Corn receipt were 384.000 bu. and shlp
Tients were ZSa.ooo bu.. against receipts Wet
rear of 816,000 bu. and shipments of 461,000
Clearances were 187,000 bu. of corn, 8,000
bu. of oa'.s and wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool closed unchanged td 4d lower
n wheat end WaA higher on corn.
Local range of ootloi ".
articles. (Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. 8afy.
7 87 6S K "7V,
IMS 1 01S 1 01 1 0V 1 01
87. bT 66 5V. . 67
6'V (7Vi m, 66V4 67s
46V - T 45 4S4 ,V
' 41 48 47, 4714 4S
Omahn lul rrltN,
WHEAT-No. 1 hard. 87(i7ttc; No. S hard,
KVc; No. 4 hard. 834486c; No. S spring,
Xtlu Wjc. ,
CORN-No. 8, 58 Ho; No. 4, 66c; No. 3 yel
low, 67c No. I white. 67c.
OATB-No. 1 white, 46'u4c; No. 4 white,
6t4tc; sthndard, 47c; No. S mixed, toy,
RVE No, 1 71c; No. i, 70c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago i ........85 203 167
Omaha .'..121 9 i
CHICAGO GRAM AND PROVISIONS
Feat ares of the Trading; and Cloalngr
Prices ba Board of Trade.
CIIICAOO. Nov. It. Liberal receipts of
wheat In the northwest and southwest
caused weakness today In the local market,
prices nt the close being down o . com
pared with the previous close. Corn and
oiits were also weak, but previsions closed
Following a slight advance, at the open
ing, the wheat market was weak the re
mainder of the day, pit trndera In general
being disposed' to sell. Offerings, however,
were held In check to some extent by con
tinued dry weather -In many parts of the
winter wheat belt and by a report which
claimed a 20 per cent decrease- In acreage
seeded til wheat this year In Kansas com
pared with the previous year. There whs
no evidence of- selling by the leading longs
and trade during the greater part of the
session Was quiet. The chief reason for the
selling - pressure was" the continued free
notment of wheat to the northwestern
and southwestern markets. Receipts at
Winnipeg today were 1.106 cars, as against
Ml on the corresponding dsy last year, and
those ati Minneapolis and Duluth were also
liberal. (At Kansas City and Bt. Louis the
arrivals j were Snore than double those of
Isst year, Thej total absence of flour trada
nlded Inj weakening the market. The close
was weak at almost the lowest figures,
final quotation on Deoember being $i'.02H
and Mavat 117. Cleararces Of wheat and
Hour were equal to G6J.O0O bu. The amount
on passage decreased 80.000 bu. The visible
supply Increased 1,134,000 bu.", compared
with a decrease of 1.61,000 bu.
Corn opened firm "eO wheat, but soon
weakened on profit-taking and continued
weak the balance of the session. Cash
houses reported that consignments from
the Interior were larger and for the first
time this season offering of corn from
Iowa to arrive were received. Prices at
the Sample tables were Ho lower and east
ern demand was very slack. The market
closed weak at the lowest point, with De
cember tj44c lower at 62c. May cloeed
Oats displayed moderate weakness In
lympathy with wheat and corn. Increased
receipts also had a weakening influence.
Demand for cash oats was alaek and prices
at the sample tables were Steady to Ho
lower. At the close December was 'o
lower at 48o. May. closed at 604c.
Enormous receipts of live hogs at west
ern packing centers caused weakness in
provisions early. In the dev. At the close
prices were 2V4o lower to 2Vic higher.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Sat'y.
Dec. 1 OBH 1 W, 08H 1 (IC 1 08V,
Msy 1071 1077 107 107 1 07H
July . 1 OZVk 1 tEVt" 1 01' - 1 01V4 101V
Deo. (BVS'H H 2S 4 ravH
May (BVo-V, (31, 62H - 2 63
July 62V46'H 611, 61, 6H
Dec. 49 44H 48N 48. 4RT4
May Slm . 61V.50M 60 6W.1
July 464, 4Mi 46V, 46V 46H
Jnn. 15 80 16 10 15 90 18 02H 18 02U
May 18.07H 1 M 18 87H M 16 112
Jan. , 10 IS 9 07H 15 9 IB
May 9 980 9 80 9 27H 9 27H
Jan. I SB . 4314 8 ft 8 40 8 87
May 8 &2H 8 J7H 8 B0 8 67H 8 U
No. I. -
Cash Quotations were as follows:
ruVR Steady: winter patents, 9 4 .40
4 8i; winter straights, $4 M 50; spring pat
ents. 88.1&fl.40; spring straights, (3.304.75:
WHEAT No. t spring, $l.0St1.07: No.
spring, wrci.ui: rvo. i red, xi.utifn.tMH.
WRN-No. t &0M4o: No. yellow. 7Wc
OATB No. I white, 0tfttlc; No. 8 white.
RT-No. S. 74c. '
RARLKY Ctood feeding, B86c; fair to
BBED8 Flax. No. 1 northwestern tl It
Prime timothy, 83.85. ..Clover, contract
PROVISIONS Short riba. M.. n,u
81216.75. Mess pork, per bbl., 914 sod
I4 i. Lra. per iji ids., 89 S. Bhort
Clear eiure luoieu;, 4. ivftV-UU.
Pollowlng were the receipts and shlo-
II .g V 4 IVU4 SIM w llll,
. ... Receipts. Bhlpmenta
riour, rois 10 am g-
Wheat, bu.- 47.a tt'
Com, bu. 8n0.4O 174,600
oats. IMI E6.800 246.100
nye, du sou
Barley, bu. .1.... I4.7U0 29.900
un ins rroauce exenange today the but-
ler maraet was gieaay; creameries. ZlQsic
dairies, imm&c. Fggs. strong; at mark'
rases Included, Jijitc; firsts, tc; prime
firsts. lac.. Cheese, steady to firm at 12
V "Vi ...
t Leale Ueaeral Market.
T. LOUIS. Nov. H.-WHEAT-U.r-
track. No. 8 red csh, 81.0601.08; No. 8
May 81 OH tcemoer, 91 a:ijl.a:
CORN-Wak; track. No. 8' cash. 6Sc; No.
61ich'le' MC' f)cembur' Wc; May,
OAT-Weak; track. No. 9 cash. 80c: No.
8. white. He; December, 47Wo; May 49-Vc
R Y Ei Nominal, 74c. ' y
' 9'LOUR Steady; red winter patenta 84 75
t"rl J 'aacy and straight, 84.2ir6;
fccfcD Timothy. 83.5064.85,
BRAN Higher; sacked, east track 8101
3U0t ' "
iriMl?ion';-,,niothlr "ii.eo: . pra
1 RON oorroN tib3-ii.(.
BAOOINO-io. . - .1
POITLTRT - Steady; chickens," 7tic
springe. - lee; tarkeys, 18c; ducks, 8"c!
!, 1r . .
fROV18tONS Pork, unchanged: lobbing
t Lard, uiwittahgedr "prime steam. V n
i ltV Utyi nk xoeata .unchanajrd; 4,xed
lr hvrt.-. liivJVi ;lcar Mbe, Jw.Jic;
short t Irars. lia.T7'4. 'Paonn. rlesrs, -811.25.
mi 1 it.K Mtm; ofesmery.
nigiier. fic, rase rount.
. ... 5fi.i
W heat, bn..
MCW YORK ENF,RAL MARKET
ttaotatleas ef the Day an Varlaae
NEW YORK. NovY IK FI(fB-Rerelnt.
J6.64J bbls.; exports. 14.K61 bbls.; market
steady but quiet. Minnesota pntents, lo.i&i
5.15; Minnesota bakers. 84.2wa4 60; winter
patents. 8-7ixi 5 10: winter straights, 4.(
4.50; winter extras. 83 soiji.00; - winter low
grades, (1IM. Rye flour steady; fair to
good. 84. W; choice to fancy, 84.1)04.55.
buckwheat flour, steady; 8175281.
iLm.-ie,ALi tneaay; nne white and yel
low. Jl.ti.Viil.70: coarse. 1 l.tVn l Hi): kiln dried.
83 75 naked.
RY-Dull; No. 2 western, 83Vic, f. o. b.,
HARLKY Kasy; malting, 570cc, c. I. f.,
Ruffalo; feeding, Mfiiyuc, c. 1. f.,New
Vv HEAT Receipts, 391,000 bu.: exports,
302.000 bu.: SDOt tnnrket miv: No. 2 red.
8l.lo15i.im. elevator; No. 2 red 8112V f.
o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, 61 loH.
1. o. D., arioat. Big receipts forced wheat
prices off a little today, but bull support
prevented any open break and the market
closed about Kc net lower. Soeculaiivo
trade was less active and export Interest I
very slow. December, 91 12 S-16'S1.13:; I
wun tne rest, closing e higher to MiC
CORN Receipts, 4,1.) bu. ; exports, 2,KoO
bu. ; spot, mirket easy; No. 2 spot, 7Gc,
elevator, and 1br, t. o. b., afloat; No. 2.
to arrive, 7iv4c, elevator, and 71c, f. o. b.,
afloat. Option market opened strong on a
scare of December shorts, but reacted
closed 81M2V. May, 21.14W1.147,. closed, 21.14.
lower. December, idi't'ic.; closed, 724c;
May, closed, 7074jc.
OATH Receipts, 39.000 bu.; exports. 7.690
bu.; spot market steady; mixed, lbs.,
5:iV,4w;; natural white, 2(V((32 lbs., u4VUatic;
clipj.ed white. Mini lbs., boMilc.
HAY Firm but Mull: slnuuing. 6042 5c:
good to choice, 7&Wc.
nur H yuiet ; st,iie, common to cnoiro,
19o8, llfl4c; 117, y(c. Pacific coast, 1!J8,
Hi 11.?; 1907, SiHe.
HIDES Firm; Rogota, l820c; Central
'ROV19Io.nS Reef firm; family, $16.50
17.(0; mess, H3.(mj U.60; beef hams, 22b.OK4
29.00; packet, 814.6oiul5.fiO; city extra India
mess, Wij 26.60. tut meats, quiet;
pickled bellies, 19 2510.00; pickled hama,
10.00. Lard steady; western, 2.00j9.60; re
fined steady; continent, 89 95. Pork,
steady; family, JlK.lou 18 Zo; short clear,
8;i.no, 22.00; mess, 216.0ofi 16.76.
TALLOW Dull; city, 6?c; country, 5 5-7
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, 23
6V4c; Japan, nominal.
UI'TTER Steady ; creamery specials. 30
20Vfcc; extras, 29rgo thirds to firsts, Aty.
Uc; lield, second to special, 2H.ciec; state,
dairy, common to finest, 2(''Sc; process,
third to specials, 17ii'24Hc; western factory,
firsts, 20c; western imitation creamery,
firsts, specials, 20y(21c.
CHEESE Firmer; state, full cream, spe
cials, HtilSc; stale, full cream, September,
small, colored or write, fancy, l.!c; state,
Tull cream, large, 134o; state, full cream,
October, small, colored or white, best, 13c;
state,- full cream, large, 12c; state, full
cream, good to prlmo, HHtHVic: state, full
cream, common to fair, lomU'Uc; skims,
EOOS Firmer; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy, selected, white, 4'&i0c; state,
Pennsylvania and nearby fair to choice,
8645u; brown and mixed, fancy, 8Nft40c;
brown and mixed, fair to choice, 30j36c;
western firsts, 33(&34c; western seconds,
-POULTRY Dressed, weak; western spring
chickens, lfc'-Me; fowls, llWSUc; spring
WEATHER 1 THE GRAIN BELT
Fair and Warmer Is the Forecast far
Tuesday. . .
OMAHA, Nov. 16, 1908.
The pressure continues high over the
Rocky mountains and eastward over the
lower valluys and southern states. It la
much lower over tlte northern portion of
the country, the depression being greatest
over the lake region and the extreme
northwest. . Light flurries of snow oc
curred In the extreme upper Missouri and
Mississippi valleys and lake region Sun
day, and continue In the extreme upper
Mississippi, valley this morning. Light rains
are falling on the north Pacific coast and
generally cloudy weather prevails over the
extreme northwest. The weather is cleir
In the Missouri valley and west over the
mountain dllrU:ts, . and air weather, pre
vuils throughout the butherri -KirUon. It
will continue fair fn this vicinity tonight
snd Tuesday, with . rising temperature
Omaha record of temperature and pre
cipitation compared with the correspond
ing day of the last three years:
1908. 1907. 1906. 1906
Minimum temperature.... 26 23 84 40
Precipitation 00 .00 T .01)
. Normal temperature for today, 88 degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March L
Deficiency corresponding period In 1907.
6.84 Inches. - -
Deficiency corresponding period In 1906.
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Kaasaa City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 16 WHEAT I'n
changed to He lower; December, 96'ie;
May. 2100V4; July, IHc. Cash: No. 2 hsrd.
9Bcfc$1.04; No. S hard, 95V4cii4102; No. 2 red
21.03Vtil.05H; No- a red 'J9ci21.04.
CORN Unchanged; , December, 66c;
May. 57c; July, B7''4c. Cash: No. 2 mixed,
59o; No. 3 mixed, 58c; No. 2 white, 62c; No.
8 white. 61o.
OATS Unchanged ; No. 2 white, ITUfKOc:
No. 2 mixed. 4748c. ,
RYE ('.:& 75o.
HAY Choice timothy, firm at 80.50igno.00;
choice prairie, easy ftt 88.0S.50.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, , 29c; packing
EO-G Firm ; fresh extras. 32c; cuW-ent
receipts, 27c. ,
Wheat, bu 291,000 67 000
Corn, bu 31,000 6.000
Oats, bu 89,000 7,000
Quotations at Kansas City were:
I Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Close.
ATM fit! lo&f,u.n
l 00V1 oomi own
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 16.-WHEAT-Spot,
firm; No. 2 red western winter 7s lld.
Futures, quiet: December, 7sll4d; March.
Ts9Sd: May, 7s bd.
CORN Spot, American mixed, quiet, 7s
Id. Futures, quiet; January, 6s7V4d; March.
PEAS Canadian, steady, 7s 7d.
FLOUR Winter patents, firm, 80a.
HOPS tin London), Pacific coast, firm.
Philadelphia Prodace Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 16.-HUTTER-Flrm;
extra western creamery, 31c; nearby
EGOS-Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free cases, 84o t mark; cur
rent receipts in returnable casea, 33c at
mark; western firsts, free cases, 84c. a;
mark; current receipts, free cases, 82g33o
CHEESE New York full creams, choice,
13,6 14c; fair to. good. lKbUc.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Nov. 16. -WHEAT
December, 81.08V: May, 81.0KhC
Cash, No. 1 hard. 81.07V'; No. 1 northern,
81.06c; No. 2 northern, 1.04S1.06; No. 3
northern, 81.02 1.03W.
BRAN In bulk, 81 J.2WJ18.75.
FLOUR Quiet; first patents, 85.40rg5.65;
second patents, 85.26'o6.SO; first clears, $4.00
Wi-JO.. second clears, 83.0CKu8.3a.
Mllwnakee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Nov. 16. WHEAT
Steady. No. 1 northern. 31.071.08; No. 2
northern, $1.0ffei.0rt; May, $1.07'(jl.07i,c asked.
1 u 1 Jjwrr ; Aiay, t,2,e bid.
BARLEY Easy; Standard. 66V; sam
ples, 68cj(5c. -
Peoria Iarket. '
PEJRIA. 111., Nov. l.-CORN-Hlgher;
Noa yellow. 63c; No. 3 yellow, b3c; No.
'OATS Iower; No. 8 white. 4SV49W;:
No. 4 white. 48c; standard. 49c.
Dnlath Grain Market.
DULUTH. Minn.. Nov. I6.-WHEAT-N0.
1 northern, 81.07; No. 2 urthorn. l.u6;
cember, 8104; May. ll.Mt; November, II UfcVt
Teledo tired Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Nov. 16 -SEEn-lr'Im..,
cash, 86 60; Novtmher. 85 52S: 1 ecember"
, . ' . ma,. 11, u.
85 56: Mar.-h. 85.67S; No. 2. 8oI2i; No. 8.
V 05. Alsike, prime, 88.80.
ICIgla Batter Market.
i:i.1lN. IIJ.. Nov. !6 PUTTER Flrru at
3uc. rules lor tUi m'vik.' aS.'.ijO lbs. -
NLW YORKSTUCiiS AND BUNDS
Market ii- Lower on Silling Orderi
from Outside. . ,
TRADERS BECOME CONSERVATIVE
Feeling; la Oromlna tnat Sltaatloa
Has Been Overplayed and that
Valaee Are Too Hlki
Beads Are Irregnlar.
NEW YORK, Nov. 16. Mixed views over,
the speculative outlook found thetr reflec
tion In the spotty and somewhat Irregular
tone of the stock market today. The con
tents of letters and circulars from stork
commission houses show the growth of con
servatism In that element, due to the extent
and the rapidity of the advance In prices
which has occurred since the election. Point
was given to this advice by the reactionary
tone of the market at the close of last
week. The result waa the receipt of a
fair volume of selling orders from outside
sources with the opening of the week.
These selling orders came from abroad as
The origin of a good part of the foreign
orders was ascribed to Germany, where
the agitation over the Kaiser's course wss
said to bn a disturbing factor. The early
decline which these selling orders caused
gave place to recovery later. The up
ward movement was constrained and lan
guid by comparison with last week s vig
orous movements, and the prominence of
stocks of a minor grade in the rise left It
with less convincing power on sentiment
toward the market, even when It was
sought to remedy this by bringing forward
again the high grado railroad storks It was
evident that they were not so readily moved
as was the case last week.
Specific reasons for the check to the
speculative accumulation were not clear. It
was based apparently more on the general
consideration of the extent to which dis
tributions had been going on at the high
level of prices and the suspicion that with
such distribution affected the market would
enjoy less fostering care from the power
ful Interests, which have had It In con
trol all through the summer and up to the
time of the election. Attention reverted
also, to some of the incidents of last week,
which were Ignored or overcome by the
flood of the speculative demand then pre
vailing. The court decision that the American
Tobacco company Is In violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law Is receiving closer
attention, and the further study of its con
tents Intensified the impression of Its wide
scope and the sweeping application it must
have to all the great corporate formations.
M-ore attention was also given to the ques
tion of tariff revision and its probable
bearing on business activity on special In
terests. News of the government suit to
collect back taxea from the American
Sugar Refining company weakened that
stock. A decline In General Electric was
traceable to reports for orders received
and the volume of sales of the company
for the third quarter of the year, showing
so large a declino from the corresponding
quarter for recent years as to dampen
enthusiasm. This report, also, was pub
lished last week, but without effect until
today United States Steel continued to
struggle against the consideration of the
rapid rate at which It has already risen
and the statement of Its president that the
present rate of activity had grown only to
60 per cent of capacity. Another reduction
v 1utlns for copper at the New
York Metal exchange and a severe decline
in the price of London copper warrants
were accompanleed by admissions from
some of the large Interests In trade of a
lull in demand from domeirtlo consumers.
. f;' t this admission, as much as
li?1.?' .th.decllne n'elt- Aspired the feel
ing that the large Interests back of fie
stock market were prepared to countenance
a reaction. Railroad traffic officials gave
some varying accounts of the rate of Im
provements in freight carrying. The for
eign sales of stocks stiffened the foreign
u.f? "i"1"1""; b,,t the money market
was little changed. Heavy deposits Tor re
demption of bank notes at Washington
iJln-lSr'l6"1 that the not" outstanding
trea?ury certificates which ma
ture on November 20. will be retired for
the most part. Instead of being keDt out
n,.VUbt,tUilon of hond the T certlfi
cates. as the treasury ruling would per-
vaiSedS lr?-.U.Ifl- Total P-
Per,c,e8nfrca.,.:n',ed B,atM 3" advanced
on stocks were: 'amg quotations
... ?'' HI ph. Low. Clou.
7 7. . -PPr aa.triO 9(t"(
Am. C. A P .10o 472
Am. c. p. ptd
Am. Cotton Oil...... j 300 j7
Am. H. u pfd '410 28
Am. Ice acurltlOT 500 t6
Am. Lin oil nZ
Am. Locomotive 2w E,v
Am. Locomotive ptd j0
"' ' 34.100 M;
. R- pM 2" K1VH
Am. Bussr fUtlnlns .'. 10,) 135 i
Am. Tobacco pfd sX 83
Amotioan Woolen i(w 31 l
Anaronda Mining Co 11. wo B"
Atohlon pfd 7o ,
Atlantic Cot Line k josv
Baltimore & Ohio 30,00) hl
nl. A Ohio pfd iio j
Brooliljrn Ripld Tr 22.500 67
Canadian Pacific j mo 178
f:""!' Lwther 16.600 jo?
(ntral Leathar pfd l 6oo till
Central of New Jaraar
Chaaapeake oV Ohio t.mio
Chicago Ot. W u M 124
c::":.!8 . -!,::::;:::::
Colorado Fual iron 4,6) 4i
Colorado go j S(10
Colo. So. lat pfd 9V
Colo. go. id pfd
Consolidated Oaa i,5,k) Wi
Corn Products aim) isv
Dalawara tc Hudnon '.) 17;
tnver a Rio Grande J 3.10 S4
D. A R. O. pfd Ho
I Hat! Here' gwurillaa wh) :iv
WH 86 'i
lf6 154 4
34 4 364
64 4 14
14 101 4
14 i 4
29 4 29
Kris 3t pfd
Brie 2d pfd
Great Northern pfd
tit. Northern Ore ctfa
Int. Met. pfd
Int. Paper pfd
Kanaai City 80 1,400 joy
K. O. 80. pfd juo (414
LoulavlUe & N . H
Minn. Bt. L tuo 45
M , ft. P. aV 8. I. M 1.4U0 1J5
Miaaouri Pacific 4. 700 M'l
K- T 16.400 U
M.. K. A T. pld I SO Wj
National Lead 7.2(0 m
New York central 4, ju
N. Y.. O. aV W !.) 44
Norfolk a W , j, mo M
North American atio 731
Northern Paclflo 4S.ldi) 156M
Pacific Mall 4.400 ju,
Pennirlvanla 17.500 1joi
Peopla-a Gaa 1.400 luov
P.. C. C. A St. L 7
Praal gteel Car i.. 1.600 40
Pullman Palace Car 1.. 100 174
Railway Steel Spring l.soo 4.'.',
Raadlug IJO10 140-i
Rock Ialaud Co 23i
Hock Ialand Co .0i0 60V
81. U A g. K 2d pfd l.&uO 54
8t. Lou la 8 W
Ht. U g. W. pfd l,y (
gloaa-gheffleld g. A I )o b0
Southern Paclflo SI,5o0 117v
So. Paclflo pfd M) iii
Bu. Railway ,k)
80. Rallwar pfd io m
Tennexee Copper 4,tr 52 s
Texaa A Pacific 4,0u0 32
T . mi 1. aw 1
T., 8t. U A W. pfd....
In Ion Paclflo
I uia Pacific ptd....
I. 8. Rubber
I'. 8. Rubor lat pfd.
V. g. Ble.l
t'. 8. Steel pfd
I'lan topper 41
Va. Carolina Chemical l.tuo to
a.-itrouaa mem. pia...
WeeiiushtHiee Elecu-ie .
Wealern l nlon
Wheeling A L. r
Wlaconaln Central ,
Aairrlcaa T. A T
I. 0 it
WA8HINUTON, Nov. W-Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the tlaO.OUOOiJu 0M
reserve, shows: Available cash, balances
lloa.aai.TlS; gold coin and bullion, 931,314 a87:
gold cerliflcatis. IIT.o.OtO. '
l.ondan t'loalnar , Stocka.
LONDON. Nov. IS. American Securities
opened weak and from H to 14- below par
tly. Amalgamated Clipper. Reading and
the Pacific slocks led the decline. At noun
the market was dull, with prices slightly
abovs the low point.
IXINDON. Nov. 1C Money waa dearer
and lu restricted supply on the market
today, owing to th payrnt of treasury
bills. Discounts were quiet. The ti
in gold available was secuxed for i'aru.
frkding on the gtork etchange commenced
.ne tek dull srHl tinlnurenting. The latest
news had an unsettling eftei I and rails
sold foreigners and Kaltirs. while the lack
of support caused a drooping In Hritinh se
curities. American securities rssed to be
low parity In the forenoon, the selling
movement on Wall street, causing offrht s
nere, and prices ess-d runner. Hut New
York supported the market In the afternoon
and canned a film close well above the low
est, topper shares were flat In smpstriy
with Americans and the decline In the
firlce of the metal, but Amalgamated fin
shed 1 point aliove the worst for the
BKK1..1N. Nov. 18. Trading on the Bourse
today wag rinlet and prices were firm.
TAKIS, Nov. 1!.-Prlce8 on the Hourse
today opened lower on the Austro-Servlan
situation, but became slightly better to
wards the close.
Sew York Money Market.
NEW- YORK, Nov, 14. PR! M K MEB
CANTIt.K PAPER 4fu4H, per cent.
STERUNU EXCllANaSteady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at f4.ft.375
for sixty-day bills and at $4.fMV for de
mand. Commerlcal bills. 14.84SiM.H4S.
SILVKR Par, 60H.cs Mexican dollar. 4fic.
BONDS-Government, firm; rallro&d, ir
regilnr. MONEY On call, easy, 1S6-J per cent;
ruling rate. IS per cent; closing bid. 1
per cent ; offered at IS per cent. Time loans,
dull, with firmer tendency; sixty days, 87
as per cent; ninety days. 3S83S per cent;
six months, 3e per cent.
Closing quotations on New York bonds
were as follows:
B. 8. rf. 2a, reg ... 1034 Int. list. 44a 744
do coupon 14 L. A N. snl. 4a.. ..,.101
V. 8. 8, ret 40"4 "Man. e. a 4a 4
do coupon 10114 Mrx. Central 4a i
V. g. 4a, reg. 1204 edo lat Inc !4
do coupon Ul Minn. A St. L 1
Am. Tobacco 4a 744 M.. K. A T. 4a 1114
no 106 do ta Ml 4
Atrhlann gen. 4a 764 N. R. R. of M. e 4a. "4
do ad). 4e 14V. Y."C. g. 34a 34
4a 11B N. J C. sen. 6a 127
00 ct. 6a H' No. Pacific 4a 1034
Ailantlc C. L. 4a..., SlV't do 3a 714
Dal. A Ohio 4a tM4 H. A W. t. 4a W4
4o 4a WHO. 8. L. rfd. 4a st,
Brk. R. T. e. 4a 7Pnn. ct. 34s 116. . :.4
Central of Oa. 6a.....l074 do con. 4a H)i
do lat Inc 76 Reading gen. 4a
do 2d inc 50 Rp. of Cur 6e M24
do 3d Inc l est. L. A I. 34. 6e..ll(t
Chea. A Ohio 44" ...1034 8t. L. A 8. P. fg. 4e. ,
(.hlcaso A A. 84a.. 77 . L. 8. W. e. 4.. 77
C. H. A Q. n. 4a.... 934 Seaboard A. L. 4a.... r4
C. R. 1. A P. 4a.... 744 80. Paclflo 4a 94
ao ft do lat 4a r4
do rtdg. 4s. M4Bo. Railwar 6a 1
ccc. A 8t. L. g. 4a 4Teiaa A P. 1 1174
Co o. Ind. 5a 74 T.. Bt. L. A W. 4a.. T4
Coin. Mid. 4a 73 t;nlon Paclflo 4a VW4
Colo. A 80. 4a J.-V Bo ct. 4a I0S4
Del. A H. ct. 4a.. ..1014tt. H. steel 2d 6....1"!
1). A K. O. 4a Wabaah la 109
Lrle p. I. 4a fc.t Weatern Md. 4s........ W
do gen 4a 76 W. A L. K. 4a 374
Hock. Val. 44a. 104 Wla. Central 4a 374
JP,n 4 MS N. Y.. N. H. A H.
' '4 ct. 6a ctfs Wt
J" M "'rlea , W4 Lake Shore 4 181... WS
Boston Stock and Bonds.
POSTON. Nov. 18. Money, call loans,
I per cent; time loans, 3H544 per cent.
Closing prices on stocks and bonds were as
Atchlaon dj. 4a...... 14Centnnlal i4'4
. -4 Copper Range 81
Atchlaon K. K .i"4, Daly Went 104
do P'1 Franklin .74
Bnaton A Albany. .220 Oranbr 107
Boaton A Maine 1314 Maea. Mining 64
Ronton Klevated 127 Michigan 14
PHrhburg- pfd 127 Mohawk 1!4
N. .. N. H. A H...1J3 Mont. C. A C M
Vnlon Pacific 1914 Old Dominion 64
Am. Arge. Cham 304neceola 121
pfd IH Parrot irnA
Am. Pneu. Tube 7'IQulnc-y 1.7
Amer.' Sotrar 121 shannon 11,14
Edlaon Klec. Illu 2iJ Tamarack 4
Oeneral Electrto 156 Trinltr 181
Maaa. Electric 11 4 United Oopper 144
,o Pf 4 V. H. Mining 44
Maaa. Oaa M V, 8. OU 29t
United Prult 132 l iah 47
United 8. M M4Vlctorl 44
00 pfd 2 Winona
V. 8. Steel 67, Wolverine 15"i
!o Pfa lla(i North nutte ;.. 374
Adventure ,v 64 Butt Coalition 274
Allouei iS4 Nevada ;vu
Amalgamated M'i Cal. A Arlaona 123
A"ntlc ll4Arltona Com 334
Cal. A Hecla 66 j Oreene Cananea 1:4
New York "Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK" Nnv.-i4.ru.ln.
. . ', -.-'""" o ifuuiouuiia
on mining stocks were: ,
anes 2.vi Iadvllle Con 4
Breec l.ltfle Chief 1
Brunawkk Con t Mexican 72
Com. Tunnel atm-k... 35 Ontario , 4m
Com. Tunnel bonda.. 1 Onliir !.'.'! 1W
Con. Cal. A Va M standard -. ..1 I8u
Horn Silver 70 Y9m Jacket 45
Iron Sliver 100 - '
Offered. $ ' .-
Ssk Clearings. '
OMAHA. Nov. 16 JJank , clearings for
today were"l2,63?.RH.f,i,sSM for the corre
sponding date last yen? fc,e6o,458.74.
London . Bullion Market.
LONDON, Nov lSGOlijlJar, 77, nyd;
American eagles, 76s 6V41.
OMAHA OE.tETIAI. MARKET,
Condition of Trad suad tlaotatloas
atapla and Faster Prvdnca.
BUTTER Creamery ( No. 1. delivered to
retail trade In cartons, Mo; No. 1, in go-io.
tubs.. l&Z&c; No. t, la KO-lb. tubs, XHdAo;
No. 2. in 30-lb. tubs. Sic; No. 3, In 1-Ib. car
tons, Trr; fancy dairy, tubs, 224t2io.
EUO Fresh candled. Ilk) per dos.
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full eream.
twins, 14c; young Americas, 4 In lioup,
lie; favorite, H in lioop, lay,c; daisies, 20 lu
hoop, loc; cream brick, null case, lihii;
half case, 130 ; half doson bricks, 14c. No
quotations on tiwiss or Umbergsr until after
BEEF CUTSNo. 1 rib, 174cj No. 1 rib,
lltec;,No. 3 rit, 7Hc; No. 1 loin, 2oc; No. 3
loin, 13c; No. 3" loin, 3v; No. 1 chuug, 64,c;
No. 3 chuck, bc; No. 3 chuck, 4o; No. 1
round, KVsc; No. 3 round, 7c; No. 3 round,
6Vc; No. 1 plate, "He; No. 2 plate, 4-jk.c; No.
3 plate, 4c.
LitEasii.U POULTRY Squabs, S2.2 per
dos. -1 1 -
H UQAR Coarse granulated, 6.60c; fins
granulated, t.iUc; cubes, 6.6tc; powdered,
.doc per lb.
FRESH FRUITS Apples, $2.7563.00 per
bu. box. Lemons, 4.o0u.j.uo. Oranges, $4.00
Cca.CO. liananas, 4c per lb. Plums, $1.36 per
4-basket crste. Peaches, California, itxsoo
per box; Texas, 4-basket crate, 6o(,ic
Pears, $1.50 per 4-basket crate. Blackball
ries, .4.00 per crate. Raspberries, K0U per
crate. Cherries, 32.25. Currants, 32.00 per
crate. Gooseberries, 32.00 per crate.
VEGETABLES Celery, Michigan, per
dos., 3oc. Beans, new wax and spring, one
third bu. basket, $1.00; navy, per bu., No. 1,
$2.7o; lima, 6Vfcc per Jb. Cabbage, 2u per lb.
Potatoes, C0'(i65c. Tomatoes, per 4-basket
crate, 80c. Cucumbers, per doa., $1.23.
Onions, Bermuda, $1.75 per crate; Texas
yellow, $1.25 per crate. Mushrooms, culti
vated, per lb., 0e. Lettuce, per dos., 25c.
Pepper, southern. $100 per crate.
NEW YORK, Nov. U.-COTTON-Futures
opened steady: December. 9.12c; January
8.97c; March, 8 o5c; May, 8.84c; July, 8 7Jc:
August. 8.6fVrr.7nc: October, 8.35ri8.45c.
Futures cloied steady: November, 9 0oc
December, 8.09c: January, 8.93c; February
8.18c; March, 8 f8c; May, g.85c; June, 8 Uc'
July, 8.77c; August, 8.6Sc; Octob-r, 8.54c. '
Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, B.Sftc
middling gulf, 8.60c; no sales. '
OALVESTON. Nov. 16.-COTTON-Mar-ket
steady, it l-lc.
NEW ORLEANS, La.. Nov. 16.-COTTON
Spots were quiet but steady; low ordi
nary, 4c. nominal; ordinary, 5 7-ltic, nomi
nal; good ordinary, 674c; low middling
8c; middling, 87,,c; good middling, 84,-;
middling fair, ft-lftc: fair. 10 5-1 tic, nomi
nal; receipts, 12.0U6 bales; stocks. 238 8S2
ST. LOl'IR Mo., - Nov. 111. COTTON
Steady; middling. t4c:' sales, 50 bIes; re
ceipts, ?.384 bal.-s; shipments. 2.43.' bales;
stock. 23.200 bales.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16. METALS There
wsa a very severe break In the Iyndon
tin market today, with spot quoted at 1SS
15s and fulurea at JE1:I7 10s. The local market
was eaxy in consequence, with spnt quoted
at $2 g0fe-.4t.tu. Copper declined 7s 6d in
London, with spot closing at 63 fa and fu
tures at 64 2a 6d. The local market was
easy and a shade lower, with lake quoted
at $14.26'rl4 50. Electrolytic at $14.1214 2i
and casting at $14 mcj14 12',4. Lead was a
shade hther at 13 12s M In London. The
li.cai matket was ildet e-d unchanged at
4 ?5"r4 40. Soelter sdvsnce-J to 20 ', a 6d In
Lupdon. The local mar -f was unlet at
$&.WtS.o5. Iron was lower in London, with
standard foundry quoted at 4Ks 3l and
Cleveland warrants at 41s 3d I.ocallv the
market mas unchanged; No I foundry
nuorthrrn. $16 75dl7 25: No. 2 $l6.5tK(17.ci;
No. 1 ithern and No. 1 southern soft
ST. UK'IS. ' Nov. IS. MPT ALU Lead,
dull. $4. 30i Spelter, firmer, $4.74
I arTe Market.
NEW YORK. Nqv. 16. COFFEE -Futures
closed atesdy. net unchanged to
1ft points lower. Sales w re reported of
A4.?o oaea, Inc.ludina November st 6.0V:
December at 5'6c; March at S.lOc; July and
September at 8.1.1c. Snot, quiet; No. 7 Rio
64c; No. 4 Santos. 7Tc. Mild, dull: Cor
BT. IAJI'Ig. Nov. U WOiL-Flrm; me
dium grades combing and clothing I7fe2lc;
light fine, iralbV; heavy flue, lluUc: tub
a ashed, Jvj27ViC. '
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Killeri of All Kind Lower, with
Feeders Generally Steady.
HOGS CONTINUE OX DOWN GRADE
Fat ftherp and l.amba Steady to
r.aslrr, vvlth Feeder Lambs Active
and Fifteen Tents Higher
Than Last Week.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 1. 18.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs, ffheep.
Estimated Monday 7.?'0 S.i'W IS."1'
ftimp day last week 8.76 6.S 11,19
Same day 2 weeks ago.. S. 3,ri8 l.f
Bame day S weeks ago.. 4.W4 H J7.990
Same day 4 weeks ago.. 13.501 .i4 Zl&i
Same day last year.... 6.17S i.m t.4-1
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omsha
for the year to date, compared with laat
year: 190s. 1907. Inc. tec.
rattle KI022 1 OiW.315 157,293
I Hogs ;.118.3fi2 J.O-i2.6rtO 65,693
Sheep 1,880,888 1.88S.89S .01
Tha following table shows tha average
price of hogs at South Omaha for tha last
soveral days, with comparisons:
Data. 1901. IllW.llM.llJOo.llrOt.llM.llrTJ.
I Sl t W
6 15 t i
4 801 5 n
4 75 6 02
4 881 031
4 63, 6 25
5 74 I
4 S.I! 001
4 63 . 6 10
4 54 21
4 57 28
4 701 6 89!
4 88 1 6 91
4 94 6- Oh)
4 9i 6 10
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs Shecp.H'r's.
C, M. & St. P 10 1 2 8
Union Pacific 51 7 21 2
C. A N. W., cast 9 4 1
C. & N. W.. west tifl 21 04 1
C, St. P., M. O.... 4 13..
C, It. & Q., east 133 15 8
C, H. & Q west 7 1
C, R. I. & P.. west.. 5 1
Illinois Central X .. 5
Total receipts 288 60 21 7
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as fellows, each buyer purchasing tho num
ber of bead Indira ted:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omnha Packing Cr....(. 612 215 s)
Swift and Company 1.0'H 1,446 l.irB
Cudahy Packing Co 1,126 77.T 1,041
Armour & Co t U17 3o3
Cudahy, from Denver... 104
Cudahy, from St. Paul 294
Armour, from LHmver... 26
Vat.sait & Co 112
Carey & Benton 213
Lobman & Rothchlld. ... 2ol
W. I. Stephen 77
Hill & Son 271
F. P. Xwls ; a:!7
Huston & Co 33
.1. B. Root & Co 136
J. H. Bulla 69
L. F. Husz 144
I Wolf 99
McCreary A Carey 226
Sam Werthlmer 1K3
H. F. Hamilton 112
M. Hagerty & Co 290
F. O. Inghram 2
Sullivan Bros 101
Ihmer Bros 4
St. Louis Ind. Pkg. Co 231
Smith & B 39
Other buyers 638 .... 12,997
Totals 6,961 J.S12 16.6S8
CATTLE There was a libera! run of cat
tle this morning, 2! cars being reported
in, but that was none too many to supply
the local demand without in any way weak
ening prices. Unfortunately Chicago re-
orted an excessively large run with a
reak of lOQV&c in prices. Kansas City and
all other market points also reported large
receipts and lower markets. Tne result of
the unfavorable outlook naturally produced
a vtjry weak feeling at this potnt on killers,
and it waa very late in the morning before
buyers and sellers got down to a trading
Wlille a considerable proportion of all the
cattle in the yards "consisted of feeders,
the demand wns sd good that desirable
kinds sold very freely, the market opening
eany In the morning, with prices generally
steady. The most of the offerings of that
kind of cattle changed hands in very fair
season. Common and Inferior grades were
pretty dull and weak throughout the whole
Later advices from other selling points
were still more discouraging, most of them
reporting breaks ofalacolfio, with Chicago re
porting a record breaking run and the mar
ket 1540c lower than last week's close.
Under such conditions It would bs only
natural to expect beef teers to sell lower
at this point, but with .noderate offerings
and with a good demand tho market was in
very fair condition, a good many of the cat
tle selling at or right around steady prices
and from that on down to 10d16c lower In
Cows and heifers throughout tha day
were very uneven, selling all the way from
steady to lal6c lower tlian last week. It
was not always the better grades that
sold to the best advantago either. Thus,
some salesmen figured that they got out
steady on their cannera, while other sales
men called their better grades about steady
and the common to medium kinds decidedly
lower. This simply bears out the assertion
made above that the market was very un
even: Quotations on cuttle: Good to choice
corn-fed steers, liLSO-frTIE; fair to good
corn-fed steers. $5.50f(6.50; common to fair
corn-fed steers, $4 5fKS6.60; good to choice
range steers. $4.606.40; fair to good range
steers, $4.0(tT4.60; common to fair range
steers, $3.2rV&4.00; good to choice corn-fed
cows and heifers, $3.85fT4.60; good to choice
grass cows and heifers, $3.5iii4.00; fair to
good cows and heifers, $176(83.40; common
to fair grass cows and heifers, 12.00(72. 75;
good to choice stockers and feeders, $4 60V3
6 00; fair to good stockers and feders, $3.75
4ti4 !0: common to fair stockers and feeders,
i2.75fj8.75; stock heifers, $2.2611(3.25; veal
calves, $2.75ft'5.75; bulls, stags, etc., 2.t
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
11 heifers... 696 3 20 9 cows 82 2 96
16 feeders.. R50 3 75 2 feeders.. 930 3 00
8 cows 866 40 1 bull 1250 t 70
22 feeders.. 830 3 75 J feeders.. 730 3 10
1 bull 1770 I 8o 1 ccw 920 2 40
24 cows 67 S 33 11 feeders.. 872 3 60
27 feeders.. 9('7 4 00 1 bull 169) 3 15
7 golfers... 757 2 25 2 calves... 316 3 65
7 cows 914 3 06 4 feeders.. 812 2 00
HOGS Generally sold 10c lower than Sat
urday and the trade was moderately active
at the decline, the big bulk of the receipts
changing hands in fair seaaon. A good
share of the hogs sold at and right around
5 fM(5.66. while on Saturday a good many
of the hogs brought $o.65(&8.75. The run
being light, as usual, on Monday, it did
not take buyers very long to clean up
everything in sight. Today's decline leaves
the market only a shade stronger than It
was at the beginning of last week.
No. At. 8h. Pr. No. At. Fh. Pr. '
a it ... 3 75 71 340 340 5 64
k6 Ill ... 4 14 63 343 In) IN
tl 113 ... 4 11 ' 67 tf4 120 4 W
! 16.-1 60 6 60 HI 40 4 W)
4 m J"0 t ll'-j 64 160 6 40
2 114 M t 40 41 211 4V I 60
M f '7 40 6 4i 66 245 130 t 40
S' 1M ... 6 J) 41 247 4k0 4 60
7?. Utt SO 5 n'l '64 :Z3 340 i 40
41 Ik4 ... S W 73 142 NO ( 62
7 li 140 6 .So 41 30 360 4.-W
77 2;'.4 JJO 5 SI 77 344 ... 4 42
4 SO I U 70 i7 130 62V,
to 227 120 4 ii 1,2 24 40 I tl
M 214 ... 4 It., 47 243 fa) I 46
4: 221 40 l 41 28 so 5 66
72 2lT 130 5 56 6 ol ... I
1 79 218 ... ( a5 15 :ea ... ( aj
75. ...... .2:1 160 t 64 64 27 ... 146
.v a .m a, zai ai a M
" 213 39 t 57V6. 36 370 1WI 4 tlu
1! 242 160 41 41 313 ) 4 70
266 iU 4 M 374 40 I 70
'J 244 40 6 60 74 3i, 120 4 70
4 2i' 140 6 tw (w 23 40 I it
SHEEP-Recelpts of sheep at this point
wero quite numerate, only 75 cars being
reported In. The arrivals consisted largely
of fueders with only a comparatively light
sprinkling of fat sheep and lambs. As Chi
cago repurted a big run wtlh early advices
ludicating a break of lOfr&c, there was
naturally a weak feeling at this point on
killers. Still with the demand good and
only moderate offerings tiie general run
of the delsrable stuff commanded ateady
on pretty close to steady prices aa com
pared with last week's close. Perhsps to
call the market steady to a little lower In
spots would Just about cover the situation.
There were no very choice lambs to put a
top on tha market, hut there were some
good enough to bring $5. SO.
In spite of tlio fact that It was Monday
morning the demand for feeders was quite
brisk, especially fur feeder lambs, with the
re-SUlt that Utislrabla kin, la a., I, I arrmnit li-
A Strong, Conservative
bank la a good! on with which to bank. "
A careful Inspection ot tha asset of tha rXtT VATIOHAIi
Ills Or OMAXaV will show that It If such a bank. This la not
merely because It has ever f 13,000,000 of assets, but because tha
character ef Its Investments la of tha best.
During tha tl year of Its service to tha peopla of Omaha It
has also been known aa a
at alt times ready to assist Its clients In avarjr way consistent with
good bankltw principles. No business Is too small to receive tha
close personal attention of Its officer.
As a result of this policy It counts as most valued customers
many of Omaha's most successful buslnsa houea.
Perhaps ytra need such assistance as It has rendered to others.
First National Bank of Omaha
United States Depository. 13th and Farnam SU.
higher than last week. Thus strictly od
feeder lambs brought $4.60, the highest
price paid on this market for feeders In a
long time. The better grades of feeder
ewes also commanded good strong prices.
Feeder sheep sold to good advantago, quite
a number bringing $4.164.30.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good to
choice, lambs, $6.7&i)6.0; fair t good lambs,
$..iu.76; feedlnr lambs. 4.2f(f W; good to
choice light yearlings $4.6rt(6.0i: good to
choice heavy yearlings, $4.26t4.65; feeding
yearlings, $3,864)4.36; good to choice weth
ers. $4 3604 60; fair to good wethers. $4 000
4.25; feedlug wethers, $3.604j4.00; good to
choice ewes, $3.8064.00; fair to good awes,
$3 .2MJU.80; feeding ewes, $2.0008.26; oulls and
bucks, $1. Out) 2 60.
334 Wyoming lambs 74
153S S. D. yrgls. and wethers, fds. 73
169 South Dakota ewes 108
235 western fed lambs 73
60 western fed lambs 64
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Market Is l.owei on Heavy Receipts
of All Classes of gtoek.
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. If the fstimated
figures given out by officials at the stock
yards prove accurate, Chicago received
more cattle today than on any other day
in the history of the market. Late, figures
placed the record at 47,000 head. In ad
dition to this all records for receipts of
live stock In one day was broken, the
number of carloads of llv stock being
placed at 8,26$ cars.
CATTLE As a result of ths liberal re
ceipts the cattle market was 4Cc lower;
steers, $4.0C?.7.6O; cows. $3.00fco.26; heifers.
$2.6004.60; bulls, $2,7644.60; calves, $3.00Ta
6.70; stockers and feeders, $2.504.85.
HOGS Receipts, estimated at about 62,000
hoad. Market lW915o lower; choice heavy
shipping, $6.8S1i.96; butchers. $6.8016.90;
light mixed, $5.40-n6.55; packing. $5.rVVfi80;
pigs, $4.2fti34.36; bulk of sales, t6.6O436.86.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts, esti
mated at about 46.000 head. Market lVff
20o lower; sheep, $4.6Ot.O0; lambs, $4.76
(.00; yearlings, $3.86(36.26.
St. Loals Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 16. CATTLE Receipts,
8.450 head. Including 4,000 Taxans; market
for Texans Wdvlbc lower; natives, 1043-Joc
lower; native shipping and export steers,
$4.50(67.50; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4.10Cq6.35; steers tinder 1,000 pounds, $3.50
6&36; stockers and feeders, $3.dg4.00; cows
and heifers, $3.606i.80; canners, $10Oif3.5O;
bulls, $2.76.00; calves, $4.007.00; Texss and
Indian steers, $3.50fi.40; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts, 9,200 head; market 10c
lower; pigs and lights, $3.00S.6O; packers,
$5.60436.80; butchef and L?st heavy, $5.85
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.800
hesd; market 1016c lower; nsttve muttons,
$4.264.60; lambs, $5.76n.26: culls and bucks,
$3.00(94.00; stockers, $3. 00 3. 75.
Kaasaa City Live Stook Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 16. CATTLE
Receipts, 22.000 head. Including 700 south
erns; market weak to 16c lower: choice ex
port and dressed beef steers, $6.00ti7.36; fair
to good, $6.04(6.00; western steers. $4.0UH6.16;
stockers and feeders, $3.00H 70; southern
steers, $3.3tV4.66: southern cows, l2.l 40:
native cows, tl O&ftt.CO; native halferf, $3.71
j6.7S; bulls, $140-4.00; calve. $!&-00.
HOGS Receipts, 13.000 head; market lAo
lower; top. $6.75; bulk of sale. $6.26436.70;
heavy, 86.60n6.76; packers and butchers,
$5.4006.70: lights. 6.16t6.6o; pigs. $4.2t4.75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6.500
head: market steady to 10c lower; lambs,
$4.6Cf(i6.2S; ewes and yearlings, $4.0O4t4.66;
western yearlings. $4.25f6.00; western sheen,
$3.76f4.50; stockers and feeders, $2.764.t0.
St. Josepk Lira Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Nov. 16. C ATTLE Rec
ceipts 5.000 head; market lOftlSo lower;
steers, $4.0Ojr7.0O: cows ant) heifers, $2.15(9
5.60; calves, 33.00(8,6.75.
HOGS Receipts, 6.500 head; market 10c
lower: top, $5.75: bulk of sales. 85.2Mi6.65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 200
head; market steady; lambs, $4.5Orfj.0O.
Slows City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITT. la., Nov. 16. (8rteclal Tel
egram.) CATTLE Receipts. 4.500 head;
market 10c lower; beeves, $4.60(87.00: cows
and heifers, $2.76fM.50; feeders. $2,76T4.60;
calves and yearlings. $2.SOfta.50.
HOGS Receipts, 4,800 head; market 10e
lower; range, $6.26)6.65; bulk of sales, $5.45
Stock in Sight.
Receipts of live stock st the six principal
wailarn markets vesterdsv;
Pioux City ...
St. Joseph ...
Kansas City .
8 m 18,500
.. 4 600
.. 8 640
....94 240 87,500 71,701
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16. EVAPORATED
A PPr.ES Market is firm with fancy
onoted at 84c: choice. 7jr7'-c; prime.
file. Old crop la quoted at 5f!e, according
PRIED FRTTIT Prunes are meaarerlv
active, with qtintstlons rstng from 4f13c
for Cxl'rornla and from SMtTTfc for Oregon
50 s to 30's. Anrlrot are stmnar. with choice
minted at 8"Wt" extra choice. 948Ue
and fancv. iow4Tioi, Pesches remetn
resdv. with demand '"wtiat Improved,
r'hntca are ntioted st tWn extra choice.
"( and fancv 8U?o. T?e.tin are mnv.
rr rather freerv. with loose muscatel
"noted st M4r6c- eholce n far"ev seeded.
?,.. edless. 414fi6o and London layers,
Oils and Rosla.
7cV VOPK Nov 1 OtTCrittonaeed.
prime .i (4 in baree'a pe" nnifd. R 20e.
OTT, CITY. Nov i OtL Crd't ba'eics.
tl 7-' rt. H4 792 bM : average. 1X1.S94
M-i- . .Momenta. $30 896 bbls.; average,
1 11T 1iW.
o.iraVa.H oa., Nov. 26. TTR PKN
TlVf-rimi .p. I
pnotv.vip": n te so. rj, 2.rvf?CK: K.
a aiava 7u p f u art; n. wi,.
M ee irvfii 7Ur I MOft- K $4 n- VI. $5.35;
N, $6.90; W. O.. M'K' W. W.. $6.40.
Saarar and, Mol
W YORK Nov. . -gt-lH-Hw.
v: fair refining. 1.44c; centrifugal. 1
3 94c. Mor-s so a sr. 8.18c. Re'lned.
r: No. 6. Vc' No. 7, 45o; No. S.
No. 8. 4SRc; No. P. 4Jo-; c. It,
N". i. 415c: No. 13 4.10c; No. 14,
confectioners' A, 4 Tor; mould A.
cut loaf. 1 71V; crushed. I tne; nowd
t.Oilc: granulated. 4 8V: cubea, 615c.
Visible Sapply of Grain.
NEW YORK. Nov. 16.-The visible supply
of grain 4-Uturday. November 14, a com
piled by the New York Produce exchange,
waa aa follows: Wheat. 50.6ol.ori bu. ; in
crease, 1.124.000 bu.; corn. 1.531.0(4 bu.; In
crease, X.7.0U0 bu.; oats, 8.19.000 bu.; de
crease, 16ei.Al bu. ; rye. I,040.0( bu.; de
crease, 64 (u bu.; barley, 8,673.000 bu.; de.
crease, 86,000 bu.
Government Charges False Weights.
NEW VORK. Nov. 16. The I'nlt.d Stites
government has brought six suits against
the Ainerlcsn Sugar Refining company to
recover forfeitures and customs iuties
amounting to ft. 6.4,121 on sugar delivered
at the Havemeyer and Elder refineries In
Brooklyn during the laat six yesrs The
government alleges fraud In weighing the
ROADS OPPOSE CUT RATES
Host of Them Tote to Hake Two Cents
QUESTION UP AT THE PRESENT
Tendency Is te Revert to Origlnnl De
termination f Refnslnrx to Cat
Pasaena-er Fares Any
Weilern railroads are now voting In
Chicago on the proposition of keeping all
passenger rates up to 1 cents at mile In all
the territory between the great lakes and
the Rocky mountains In ths states where
the legislatures enacted the 2-cent maxi
mum passenger rats law. It Is understood
that all t,he roads have cast their votes In
favor of keeping up the rate, except four,
and these have not voted.'
When the legislatures enacted the 2-cent
laws tha railroads decided that ' as tho
peopln wanted 2 cents a mile tha top
rate. It should be the' minimum, and to that
end for a year and a half no reduced rates
were given, A break was made for the
Iowa State fair this foil snd then pressure
was brought to bear from all sides, with
the result that many fairs and big affairs
In the west had rates. Now the roads
want to revert to the old standard and
make an agreement among themselves to
refuse all requests for rates In the future
except for national conventions or some
thing big. . ,
Passenger business Is picking up all over
the country and reports of the roads for
September and October show an increase.
A further Increase Is also noticeable since
Freight business in the west also shows
an Increase. Sbme of the western roads
are really pressed for oars to handle the
Increased business which is being- moved.
While the west is showing an Increase,
some of the tines to the east are not pick
ing up as well.
Railroads In Wyoming.
Wyoming wlll.be the scene of great In
dustrial activity during- the-comlng year,
and the Indications are' that building of
railroads and other activities will far sur
pass any year In the history of that state.
It seems certain the Burlington will build
its line from the Big Horn basin to con
nect with Its line from Nebraska to Guern
sey and thus make a second through line
from the Missouri river to connect with
the greet Hill roads on the north. Tha new
line will be a great freight carrying line
because of Its water level practically all
tho way. The Union Pacific will continue
Its double-track work on the malrJ line, Is
oontemplating a branch from Wamsutter
south into Routt county, Colorado, and
probably will continue Its Broken Bow
branch by way of Wheatland to Medicine
Bow. Irrigation work will require thous
ands of laborers, and oil wells,' cement
wonts and new farms will require many
Vnlon Paelfle Officials.
The third annual meeting of the operating
officials of the Union Pacific is being held
at Denver. This meeting waa scheduled for
June, but Was postponed because of the
high water In Kansas, which kept many
of the officials from attending.
Railway Notes and Personals.
.kE-.?,Yo.unr rormerly superintendent of
the McCook division of the Burlington, hat
been made superintendent of the Sheridan
division of that road, vice K. B. Miller, re
signed. E. 8. Koller has been appointed
superintendent of the McCook division to
succeed Mr. Young. Mr. Koller waa for
merly assistant superlnuindeut of tha Lin
A special car on the Milwaukee Monday
evening carried about fcrty-flve Nebraska
agents of the Raclne-Sattley company to
Racine for a visit at the factory of the com
pany. Iowa agents of ths company will
Join the train enroute.
The annual emigration of laborers to
southern Italy has set In and Monday even
ing the Union Pacific delivered three car
loads to the Milwaukee, billed to New
York. Every fall those laborers, who work
on the railroads during the summer, return
to sunny Italy to spend the winter In the
warmer clime Snd return In the spring.
-3 ib" h"12x- enral Passenger agent,
and W. H. Murray, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Union Pacific, left
Monday for Chicago. ,
TWELVE-YEAR-OLD CASE GOING
Receivership of Omaha Loan and
Trust Company Finally Bar.
lag Wonnd Up.
The receivership of the Omaha Loan and
Trust company, which hat been In. court
for the last twelve years, la now being
brought to a close and by the first of the
year It Is hoped te have the affairs of
the concern wound up. Aa order has been
signed by the court charging off the books
about $06,000 In worthless assets which csn
not be collected. The larger par,t of this
amount Is made up of an Item of $53,500,
which represents mortgage loans sold and
An order allowing J3dgar Scott, the at
torney for the receiver,- to the first , of the
year has been entered and It la believed
by that time the services of an attorney
tan be dispensed with. William K. Potter
has been acting as receiver.
JURY TO TRY CHARLES DAVIS
Panel from WhU-h It Will lie Drawn
Reports for Daty In Ills
A new Jury panel tf 12o reported for duty
In criminal court Monday morning. Its term
of service extending over the ru'Xt three
From this psnel the Jury to try Charles E.
Davis, accused ot murdering Dr. Frederick
Rustln, will be selected, J. W. Woodrough
of Gurlty & Woodrough, Davis' attorneys,
wss present Monday when the roll of
Jurors wss called, checking off Uae-aveavM
of the raem8ers tat ths Daael
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