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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1909)
THE bet;: OMAHA.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Trade Qnlet, bnt Yalues Strong, with
SHORTS AXE .THE, BEST BUYERS
TkF Bll rare lrleea l hy
Their riirktwi In the Delia.
T Month Weather Inn
dltlona I a favorable,
OMAHA. Nov. it. 1.
Tha giahi markets were quiet, owing to
lcs: of any exciting news, but values
were, strong and trending upwaid. Shorts
were the tM-st buyers antl steadily forced
valuei up by their purriwiae In tne deliv
ery month., Weather conditions nri again
iiiifivorWf lo shipping Interest and re
ceipts are relntded and this Is holding cash
stuff at a premium.
Wht t'miKp aere up. the market was
strong owing 10 heavy buying by short
nd speculators who saw suns of shorts?')
in the t:iui)y digested Iiwunhfr option.
ash wheat continues to command liberal
l'i emlutns . , v ;
Torn opened firm and" gained strength
with whwl and rradually sold higher, with
ah stuff turoBser . and prospects of light
receipt .owing to the, stormy weather con
ilittona, Prlmaty wheat receipts. ,were I.VW.noo
bushels ard shipments were 429,000 bushels,
against receipt last yar of 1.644.000 bush
els and shipments of 48,flno bushels.
Primary corn receipts- were 42i.0ii hush
els and- shipments were 215.000 bushels,
lira Inst irerelpta last year of 623.000 bushels
and ehllMnent of 3ol.$00 bushels.
Clearances -were Ms ana bushel of corn,
rune of oatt and whf t and flour equal to
Liverpool closed d lower to td higher
on wheat an Hd higher on corn.
I-ocal options ranged aa follows:
Articles.) Open. High.) Low. Close. Sat'y.
1 0U M",
M 57 b
M14 MS fVA
3T 37til 37
MSI 3S 3!S
' Omaha' Cash Friers.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard. 1 OS; No. 3 hard,
11.01 Vil-ft."; No. 4 hard. kc(B1.00; No. 2
spring, $1.03gi.o6; No. 3 spring, Stoc'a$1.0JV,;
No. 4 spiing, 95-a'isc.
COIIN No. J, biv; No. 3 corn. MVi No.
4. fa)7(5:)lc; No. 2 yellow, MStiSo; No. 3
yellow. ..; No. 2 white, tug ouic ; No. 3
OATt4-.No.' 3 mixed, STSfgDSc; No. 2 vel
low, S.-hfciiAr: Nth white, HS'fiS":; No.
4 white, i.Vittc: standard. Ss'vtf38o.
l. VK-Nq. 2, 70c; No. 3. tVic.
- Wheat. Corn. Oat
t'hii'ggo II iiM
n III nea. po ia ... 7Li
Omaha '.'I .'1 U
I iiilntK ...
IllttlU (iHAI.N A.NU I'KUVIN1.4
Feature of tUe Tradings and 'loalnar
Trlcea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. K. Bullish news of va
nuua deKcriptlona Imparted a strung tone
to me vsnmi market here today, final quo
tations showing net gains of So to '''
'I he corn market also was strong, owing
(o wet weather. Oata closed steady and
IMvivlHimis Irregulan v-'
AlUiough trailing In the wheat pit was
norwacuva at any ttrrw during the duy,
inilmtTit was bullish from sian to l'lniHii.
tw-ceinber again decidedly congested
aiirt tne price advanoed readily on the least
demand. News of the day was almost ex
clusively In favor- of th bulls, lmring tlm
oay Ieceniljr' sold between II.OK and
31 V.S nd May between l.u6S and ll.Wn.
'i ha fnaiket closed aliong, although prices
were about Sc below tlm best nnug ot tne
session, final. quotations on Ie'emher being
at l.uuV and on May $l.kS. W orld s shlp
menta - mUi-li ilgnttr Uan had bean
estimated. The 'amount of breadstuff on
ocean passage allowed a moderate deuieaad
and I'uelpia In the north went were com
paratively light. These factors contribute
to a firm tone at the opening. - Later In TTie
sHPnjon the market Uauavia xoil .gtronger,
owing to an tinexpeotedly heavy 3eoreas
f 1.1.4.UU0 liu. In the visible supply ot wheat
In the I'nited states, compared with: an In
crease of S.Ml.oun bu. the corresponding time
a yi-ar ago, and to unfavorable crop reports
Sentiment In i the com pit was bullish.
The market closed firm, with prices VdSc
to Sc sbove the previous close.
Oats were dull ' and prices moved over a
i, arrow range. At the close prices wera a
shade higher to Sc lower.
Previsions were weak at the start, but
much of the early loss was regained. Pork
displayed the greatest strength and at the
li s was a shade to 7VJ l'c higher. Lard
and ribs closed 2 Sc. higher to 7Sc lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Aitlcleaj Open. High. Low. Clone. Sat'y.
1 0 l Oh 4
1 0ti 1
I 3S'i S?'i!
ai i i ji l
13 17! 13 17 13 IS
11 86 11 t.'i 11 W
11 36 I 11 42-i 11 40
to tasj io
10 46 I 10 37
' FLOUR Firm; winter patents. 3o.0fMJ6.70;
winter straights. 34 oO(io 40; spring straights,
H io.M.70; bakers. $106.ij5.00.
KYK-No, 2. 76770.
HAHLKY Feed or mixing. 61i64c; fair to
ihntce maltlnir. MifWiTe.
tltKIP Flax. No. 1 southwestern. 31-71S.
' No. 1 northweMern, tl.alS Timothy, 3J.7i.
Clover, : jvu.tw.
ritOVlriloNS-Mess pork, per bbl.. 3-3.7r,
,3tu0. Lard, per H lbs . 313.26. Short ribs,
kides (loose), 311 Vttll 2. (Short clear
n.us (boxed), $ll.tk!tril.73.
Total clearances of neat and flour were
tmir.l to liiS.WW bu. Trlmary receipts were
1 iVw.OOO bu.. compared with 1 i44 OaJ bu. the
corresponding day a year ago. The visible
supply of wheat In the United States de
creased l.lf.SunJ bu for the week. The
kir.nunt of breadstuff on ocean passage du
t'M'usd 2,2.000 bu.
tsllmattd receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
tc' cars; corn. J'S cars; oats, 124 cars; hogs,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat; No. 1 red.
fl.lt'l'uiS; No. -3 red, 31.1Vfl.ll; No. 2
hard. $1 1031. 15: No. 3 hard. 11 0t.fcl.09; No.
1 northern, spring, ll 111 12; No. 3
northern, spring, 1 1. OSI 1.10; No. 3 spring,
IlOMjl.feiS. Corn: No 3. S84c; No. 3. 43
f4c; No. 3 whits. JSc; No. 2 yellow. ti'
!4Ve; No. 3 yellow. tnff4e. Oata: No. 2
4 !',-. No. 3 white, 80c; No. 4 ahite, U
Bt'TTFR Steady ; ereameriea, 26S31e;
KOG5 5:eady; receipts , 3.743 eases: at
mark, eases Included. 2033jc; firsts,
-c: rrima firsts. 30l4e.
HtE.SE Firm; daisies. lV,fn'-ie; tains.
lCQikic: young Americas, ldJMc; long
FOULTRY Weak; turkeys, 13c; chickens.
H'-.c; springs. llc.
YFAL Strady; 60 to e lbs, TSSc; M
io tj lbs.. t.r,iiic; 36 to 110 lbs.. Saile.
rOTATOtS Steady; choice to fancy, 46
4c: fair to good. 30?,Vc.
Chicago Receipts Wheat. 21 ears; corn,
2M cars: oau 36 cars. Eatimated tomor
row: Wheat, U cars; corn, 2S9 cars; eats,
. Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLl-.- Nov. 22 WHEAT r
. ember. $104; May. 31 0fV Cash: No. 1
hard, 31 0ti ,1 1.0 ; No. 1 northern. $1063
Its.'; No. 3 northern, $1.04vjl.o: No. 3
FLAX Closed 31 7S.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 59.1rlc.
OATS Na. $ whlta. 371,031.
HYfj No, 2. S-BSc.
P RAN In 100 lb. sacks. 319 ,V
FIOUR First patents. 35 3015.3o; second
latente, $S10t'6S; first clears. $4.24. 6;
second cltraia, 33.Anu3.40.
PEORIA, Nov. 22 CORN Lower; No. 3
white, new, bt'c; No 3 yellow new, 6'"c;
So t yellow, old. H-e. No. 3 old. (2e;
No. $. new, STwe; No. 4. new, 6.r; no
grade, new, 5nMc
oA'l t"--Steady; No, 3 white, ftc
v ' Ll rer ftuol Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov C-Wll FAT-.rot,
firm: No 3 rd western winter. Si Sd;
futures, s'ee.lv. Iieeember, sa Sd' Mrch
T " d. V.i . Ts- 7Vd '
I ' ir'.N ."i'.-t. , new American mixed
(via Halves nnV lis M; ftitnres. stadv; Ie
1 KA .-'-( 'ana.l sn; 1dv, 7s 10'td.
FLUVIt-Winter pab-nts. steady, 33s.
K MIBK I.Kt:H4l. MARKRT
Qnntatlona of the flar nrloa
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. FLOVR-ne-celpta.
24 4.o Mils ; eiports. 3.700 bbls.
Ilke s ,ni at old ntiotstlons; Minnesota
patents. $."v3iTl7.".40: winter straights, IS.JOu
5. JO; Minnesota bakers. tl .iiK 4 KS; winter
etxras. 1..1r4 M; winter patents, 3636W
5. ,h: winter low grades, $4.2i"p4 .10, Kansas
straights. It.sOMiO. ftye flour, steady;
fair to good. $4?ri74SO; choice ts fancy.
34::0;4.rA hiit-kwhrat flour, steadv at l2.Zi
per K0 lbs , nominal.
COHNMF.AIy-steady; fins white and
yellow, 31..VKil.to; course, 1.40iil.45; kiln
drierl, $.1 3i.
It F. lhill; No. 2 western. glUe. nnmlnil
b , New Yol-k.
-Firm; fi edlng, v-(CV!c, c. I. f ,
A HEAT-Receipts. 4.V).5iY bu.; enports.
Ki.iriO Int.; spot market firm; No. 3 red,
31..:-. noiTiinal. domcrtlc. elevator; No. 2
red. 3l.:.',S. nominal, f o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern lhiluth. 31. 17V nominal, f. o. b.
afinat; No.- 2 hard winter, 31.17W. t. o. b.
afi'int. nominal Further apprehension re
garding developments In the December po
sition held a heat firm all day, with very
light offering. Russian crop news was
bullish, receipts moderate and the visible
eupply showed a good decrease. The close
wim at a net advance of SfllSe. Decem
ber closed at 31.17S; Mav, I 13; Julv,
CORN Receipts, 10.126 bu.; spot market
firm; No. 2. 72c, elevator, domestic, and
Urto delivered, nominal; No. 2 new, Bsc.
f o. h. afloat; No. 2 yellow, old. nominal.
Options were without transaction, closing
unchanged to Sc advance. Exporters took
one load. December closed at 71c; May,
OATS-Recelpts. 825,775 bu.; spot market
steady; mixed, 2S to 32 lbs., nominal; nat
ural white. St to 32 Iba., 44't4'e; clipped
white, 34 at 42 lbs., 4634Sc.
HAY Firm; No. S, 80n.v.c; good to choice.
JliDbS Firm; pogota. 21ii22Sc;
tral America, 22i22S-'.
LEATHER steady; flcid. 22ri,Xc.
I-ROVl.sloNS-beef steady; family,
lUHW; mess, f 11.0t(i U.60: beef hams.
4)25.00; packet. 312.(jOu 12.50: cltv extra
mess. 3ai.60-u21.no. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies, 313.fiO-il4.O0; ph-kled hams, 312 50
'it 13.00. Lard, easy; middle wast, 313.65ft
13.86; refined, steady; continent, 314 10;
South America, 314 JO; compound. 310 001I
10 26. Pork, steady; family, 326.0O-a27 00
short clear, 3-i4.4U2(i.G0; nieag, Jk,.752ti.Oo!
TALLOW Steady ; country (pkgs, free)
IUCE Dull; domchtlu, fulr to extra, 2S
ic; Japan, 660.
BUTTER Stronger; creamery specials.
32ej3i:Sc; creamery extras, 811i31Se; cream
ery thuds to firsts, 2ii0c; state dalrv
common to finest, iMplc; process. 25Sli.lc
western factory. WijlLc; western imitation
CHKESF, Firm; atate, new full cream
specials, Wii(l.c; state, full cream, Sep
tember, fancy, 18c; state, full cream. Oc
tober, best, 16c; state, full cream, lata
made, best. 164c; slate, full cream, com
mon to fulr. 12SU15SC; skims, full to spe
cialM, W11 14',ic.
KUOS-Firm for fine fresh; western extra
firsts. 333.c; western firsts. 2ji32c; west
ern seconds, 2632Sc; refrigerator, 21ift26c.
POULTRY Alive, firm; western chirk
ens, Hii Kc; fowls.- Ifil7c; turkevs. 20,rr22c
dress.d, firm; western chickens, broilers,
lwi21c; fowls, 13itUfic; turkeys, ZOSSjc.
WKATIIER 1 THE GRAIN BKLT
Knlr and Cooler, Then Rising; Tern,
peratare Is the Forecast.
OMAHA, Nov. 21. 1MJ.
A barometric deDre.-sinn of pnn.i.i.rihi,,
eilergy extends from the lake region sou.h
west over the middle Mississippi and loer
Mltsourl valleys, with its cen,er Over west
ern Illinois. Light snows are general In
the upper lake region and throughout the
upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys, and
rdius ex. end eustward over the lower lakes
and Onio valley. The snows of the last
tunty-lour hours wera general over iho
Missouri valley and west into the moun
tains. A disturbance of marked energy ii
moving In over the north Pacific slopj
and is caUKlng decidedly unsettled wea,hur,
nith rains and snows throughout the ex
treme northwest. An area of high pres
sure extends from the Canadian provinces
south over the upper Misjouri valley, and
this high nan caused a general drop in
temperature in the upper valh ys and West
to the mountains. With, the high pressuro
tT9VlM ovenrkh.jipfer. Valleys during tho
best (aenty-four hours the temperature
will be somewhat lowtr In this vicinity to
night, followed by a decreasing pressure
and rising temperature Tuesday.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years;
im 1S0S. 1907. 1906
Minimum temperature ... 24 4 7 J2 22
Precipitation 6 T .30 .00
isorm&l temperature for today, So degrees,
Excess In precipitation sines March 1,
Deficiency corresponding period In 1903,
4.13 Inches. .
Deficiency corresponding period In 1H07,
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
St. l.oala General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 22. WHEATS Cash firm;
futures hlyher; track No. 2 red, .cash, 31.23
-Sj 1 2o : No. 2 hard, 311081-14; December,
(1.07S6107V May, 11.07.
CORN Higher; track, No. 1 cash, 6SW
62c; No. 2 while, t2c; December, 6Mc;
OATS Firm; No. 3 cash, S9c; No. i
wr.iT. tc; ueceniDer, vujoc; May, 4ivc.
FLOUR Unchanged; red winter patents,
35 6f5.90; extra fancy and- straight. 36.00j
6.45; hard winter, clear. 33 90&4.4O.
KKFD Timothy. 3--763.60.
H RAN Firm; sacked (eaut track), 31.01
HAY Scarce and strong; timothy, 312.DO
V'la.bu; prairie, 31 1.00J 12.60.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Jobbing,
324.26. Lard, lover: Drlme steam. 313 OJW,
13.17. Dry salt meats unchanged; boxed
extra shorts, 3i2.75; clear ribs. 312.75; short
clears, 313.00. Bacon unchanged; boxed extra
shorts, ill .00; celar libs, 314 00; short clears,
POULTRY Steady; chickens. 11W:
springs, 12c; turkeys, ltic; ducks, llc;
11 UTTER Higher; creamery, 26iSlo.
EGUS Lower; 2UViC.
Flour, bu 11. .VW 13.2UO
w heat, bu 70.OO 24 200
Corn, bu 77,000 23.700
Oats, bu 73.600 3S.200
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 22 -WHEAT Un
changed: No. S hard. $1.0541.10-, No. 3, $1.02
(plus; rso. 1 rea. iinin: ivo. 3, 1113; it.
cember. $1.02S bid; May, $1.02tf 1.02 Si sell
ers; July. S'iSc bid.
CORN-ViHW higher: No. 2 mixed, ,;
No. 8, 6'.S iMVjc; No I white, aS'-c; Ho.' 3,
5!Sc; Iecember, 67'&ISo, llers; Mav'
60Sc bid; July, 0S'u-tSo. sellers. ''
OaTS No. 2. unchanged; No. 2 white. lOfti
HAY Unchanged to IT.o higher; choice
timothy, su.Mitf iz.un; choice prairie. $.75
choice alfalfa, 31o 00 1 75.
BUTTER4'reamery, extras. 30c; firsts,
23c: seconds. 2rtc; packing stock. 21c.
EGGS F.xras, Jnc; firsts. 27?; seconds
and dirties, lc; current receipts. 2c; suuth-
erns, iocs on, no.
Wheat, bu lss.oio fi.'o
Coin, bu rl.i ImiOI
Oata. bu , IH.OoO Id. 000
Kantaa City 'quotations were as follows:
Articles. Open. IIIgh. Low. Close.
Wheat- I I ( i
Mav t 1 2 1 ?S1 1WS102SA
December .... 1 O-'S! 1 lX: , iB
Corn I I I I
May , 0',; 0S 0SB
Ieeember .... 53 6s't 67S! :SA
A asked. B bid.
Philadelphia Prod nee Market.
PHILAHELPHI A. Nov. 22-BUTTER-riMn;
solid pscked. c higher; prints le
higher; extra western creamny, 33e, nearby
EGGS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free cases, 34c, at mark;
current receipts. In returnable cases. Sic.
at mark; western f ists, free cases, 36c, at
n-ark; current receirts, free cases, 3uii32u,
CHEESR Firm; New York, full creams,
choice, 17c; fair to good. 16l,ultsc.
Milnnnkeo Grain Market.
. MILWAUKEE. Nov. 2!. WHKAT-N'o. 2
northern. $llo.)l.l2; No. 2 northern. $1 uJ
1 '4: Mav. 31 (Vr, asked
PA RLE Y samples. 6!!7e.
Daluih Grain Market.
M'LITII, Nov. 22.-W HEAT Iwctmbtr,
tl-MSi May. 31 u-v
, Prr:!l4lll Advertising ts the road to Ptg
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Financier! Rot Prepared to Make
Final Estimate of Oil Decision.
MARKET IS DULL AND LOWER
United tate ateel. Coppers and
Inlon Pacific ell Of f -Reading;
la lrona- All Par flonda
vb-w vuuk' Vr.v 22 The financial
communltv was as little prepared today
to make Its final appraisement of the Im
port to corporations of the Judicial deci
sion atainst the Standard Oil company, as
It was In the short stock market session of
Saturday after the unexpected annnunce
in.ni i.l (lie rteiin.nn. The disturbed tone
cf the market and the marked 1ap. into
dullnefs when measures of support became
effective were significant of the Impor
tance attached to the decision and the wish
to await the final disposition or tne case
before going forward, it Is in the uncet
tainty thus Involved that the principal
harm Is feared, not only for the speculative
position in stocks, but for business activity.
It was for tins reason tnui an coinuienm
turs were agreed on the Importance of an
early settlement ot the appeal In the case.
The long line 01 precedents loucuing me
Iriternretatlon of various issues growing
out of the interstate commerce and tho
anti-trust laws was cited to justify a con
fidence that a way would be found for toe
great corporations to continue to do busi
ness. A favorite citation was the fact
that while tho Northern Securities company
was dissolved by decree of tho United
Htates supreme court, the merger aimed ut
bv that federation exists In fact todav.
T he discussion of the situation which has
been going on among capitalists ana tneir
legal counselors ever since the news of
the decision wss reoelved seems to be
hrlnalna a concurrence In the view that tlis
drastic and sweeping cunweiiuences of the
law as Interpreted will serve to demon
strata Its absurdity and bring about Its
modification or repeal, i here retnaineu.
Ii.mever the untileusant recollection that
every other Important Judicial decision of
questions raised under the Interstate com
merce ana anii-irusi laws naa ueru mi
lowcd by a period of disturbance and de
pression in the stock market, each of such
periods, moreover, being considerably pro
longed. Tha first hour of todays stock
market saw a contest strenuously waged
betw een the contlli ting elements lu the
speculation. In which the balance was
fairly turned In favor or tne renuiiuiuoia,
in spite of the moBt determined efforts at
support. During this period of the day's
operations, well nigh half ot the duy s total
butlness was transacted. It Is evident,
therefore that the demand for stocks fol
lowed the price recoveries that followed
the first hour with Borne hesitation. The
buying, having achieved Its purpose of
checking the decline, diminished.
The copper stocks suffered particularly
from the assumption that tho new decision
would prevent the pioposeu consoiiuauon
of the principal copper producers. United
Stales Steel and Union Paclflo 'also re
flected the special bearing which the de
cision was supposed to have on theBe com
panies. Reading, in the other hand, was
strong throughout and formed thi tallying
point for the opposition to the dtcllne. Dis
counts eased abroad, but foreign exchange
held firm here and mora gold was eugageu
for South America.
Bonds were easy. Total sales, par value,
$3,2ii2.0u0. United tSates bonds, were un
changed on call.
sales and lanse of prices on tho Stock
exchange today were as follows:
Bl-s Hth. Lo. CkiM.
AllW-Chslmenj fit . t!
Aml,.mte4 Cnppw lM.W) -
A mnon Agricultural .... '
Am. bset Sur I." ' "'
Am. Cn fd l.M M M i
Am. C. A r !," 74S4 pvi .a
Am. Cotton Oil l.HJU "
Am. H. L. pit 60 4: 4S 44V4
Am. lea Securities......:... l.Too it'i JiV iVi
American Llnwed 1 16
Amsrlcaa Locomotive 1D 4! H4
Am. B. H PH iWi. lu.1
Am. S R. pto 1U UH J.
m. Sugr Retmlng , M.w 136 12n . l
Am. TV at T 10,3l Hii, lii i S
Am. Tobacre ptd ww-lw ., :lt
Anmlan Woolen 4UI 34 33S 4
Ancouila Minum Co lt.li'i 52. M-
Atctnmo , i.' I."' -4: ll-
Atchl.on '.'p' MM04 ' I'H
Atlantic Cent L4n U5 -1S4 1j
Baltimore Ohio., l.VJ n6V'lli 'I1
D.I. a Ohio pld - l.
Hetlllehem Steel W0 S44 4 U
Btookljrn Hpid Tr 3. kit) 4 77 77H
C.l,din Pontile l.iiK) 1J7 1761 11SS
Centrsl Uutbir 4l 41 4 toi,
Orntrsl Letthor ptd !W lo lOksj 1
Central ot New Jereey... ' I.
ChoaapMke & Ohio U.1U0 4 k7
Chicaga Alton ... "0 t
Chicago Ureal Waatern :Sa " 2'
Chicago 41 N. W k. l.ilti Ul 4" U2m
C, M. 81. P 15.S.W 155 nti 164 S
C, C, C. & St. L 1'Si ,4 '
Coloredo r. & 1 15k 6 4
Colorado A So 1 64 M a
Colo So. lat ptd 1" k0 SO i'l
( olo. ft Bo. iA pta 7
Conaoildated Uu l.S-) 14U i It)
lorn ProducU a.3-0 J 3.-H 1!1H
Delaware Hudaen l.TtK) li-' u In.,1
banver Hio urando 4;w 47 47
D. ft R. O. ptd ki k
UlatlHera' SocurtUaa 4i) at"k JiSVt 3
Una u0 a J' US ik-S
Erie let pig 1.2") 4i 4H 49
trie 3d ptd l'" 3i 3 Sl
Uenaral IClactrlo koo 11 11 Hi-,
ureal Noiihorn pfd..'. t.v) 12 141 1.1
Great Northers Ore ctfa i,4t . kD ku
lilinoia Uantral 7vo 147 144 14d-
Interborough Met 17.UU0 .H, .--k
Int. Mot. p(d t."l ,iol k4 54v,
international Harvester .... 7 llu H'Sl, luv
at. Maxilla ptd l.,l -iu Xl'.j i4
lntarnatlooal faper Sit) h b lta
lnleriiatloiisl HtMup 4m it. Ma 6,
Iowa Central I'M 28!a kvi
Kauaaa City Bo l.KM 4j4 ii
K. C. So. ptd. 7V
iAUl.vlll. ft N 1,UM lo Ul 1',,
Minn. St. L 6!
M , St. P. ft 8. S. M 3iu 135 1.14 ii lot -J
Miaeourl Paiflc Lsiti tit k
Id , K. ft T 16, 7ui 4 47 4i
M-, K. i T. ptd -ii
National Uliwuit t 115 Ui)i 114
Nal.onal Load I.3ttl kk k kk
N. H. H. of M. lat ptd &o
New York Central I,ko0 U 1J1 Iji
N Y.. O. ft W kl" 41 46,
Norfolk ft W ii k' 90 o
Norlli American 1J ,k 7 'va
Northern Pacific 7.-M .44', 14 Hit
yacKic Hall I.4""i 44 4j 43
Pemiaylvanta li.uel J:, Hi!,
feop.e a Uaa 3.2M llu 113 114
P., C. C. ft St. 1 4
I'retaed Steel Car 4.3U 53 62
Pulluiao Palace Car Its) lit ltc l'j.
hallway Met Spring 2. l'tl iL Dk uu
Heading 31,,6l 170 1M 1,
Kepuolhs Steel .'" 4,' 4Vi 4
kepuollc Stool pfd ! It V VK
Ko- k laland Co 4.l 3k o- .-i
Ituk Inland Co. pfd 4.Cc0 "t, 77 77
st. Las. r. id pfd I bo :t, u
St. Louis S. W 1.1W0 k.i( il jj
St. U S W. pfd I V 11 ;
S.oee-Sheffle.d 8. A I I." Ik M- M14
Soutl.orn pacific 14 ,'! lai u ir.
Houthern Railway 10.6") 31 311 31
6e. hallway ptd 6a, 6 !
Tenneaieo Copper I,7i 41 4,1 4,
Isias ft Pacific kol is S4
T , St. L. ft W l.loo M ii j
T . St. L. ft W. pfd MO t.t
Cnloo Pailllc Tt.J.O -it at. .
lolou Patifie pfd .0; lej j.;
L. S. Hoalty an k-H tl 2
I . 8. H ubber 4 Jo 0. , to , nl
I', g. Steel 1H. iik) t1 IS
I'. S. Steel pfd 4.1D0 US , 1
t'Uh t'eppor 61. '.UO M tl
Va -Caroiiua Chemical e.MO a'Y 4, 4 4,
Wabaea l.o- ifi inw, 1, ,
tabaah pfd k,3r n i , t2 W
Waatern Maryland ctfa 4t) 34 31, is
Waatlaghouae Kieetrle !. So . fv',14
W'eetern I nlon 3,OL,6 79 77 T7
Wlieellai ft L. B ,
Wlaconcia loulral a'i
Total aalee for Iho day, 1,(00,(09 alia rat
Uuotatlons furnUtiei by t-amuel
Jr., 614 Ne York Life building:
City at Omaha 4a. lilt
City af Omaha 4e, Uu4
telumbua. Nkv, g. L fx. It's
Cuaa taep. eft Int. 6a. 1111
Detroit gdiaen 6a, IfcS
goat St. Louie ft S. C. Tr. 6a. 1JI
Oeie City Malt
Independent Tel. le, Omaha
Imp Jap Oov la, IKo
K. C . M ft O 4a. bonua
Nhraeka Tel alo-a t per cent
New York City 4a. 1147
Omaha tiee, 1114. 4 per cent
Oiniiu '. is. 1,7
Omaha g. L. ft P 6. 19.11
Otuaaa ft C. B. St. Rr. 1IJ1
Omaha ft C. B. St. R. pfd, 6 per cent U't
OmaJia-Nevada Mlnins to 1
St L, I. M. ft it ft O. 4a, :s.vj IT',
Swift ft Co. la. ill! . j.,
ttilun Stock Yarda. uinaha, I per oent kt',
Mn-tulsao Stale Telephone a kk
LONDON, Nov. 22 Money waa firmer on
the market today owing to the pavment of
tne tr.-asury bills. Discounts were easy
The bank of Ensland seemed the buik. of
the 32bOt),000 in gold ava'iahie. husinesa on
the Slock exchange was quite. o' ing to the
apathy of invest. m-s and the approarn of
the settlement. Kaffirs were steady In the
afternoon, but closed weaker, furl tier liqui
dation crtattng fears of liour'.e at the set
tlement. Copier el. arts r. a.t d and for
tipn bonds airtV ratir.h.-.d shaics were frac
l .n-.ally hmher, Aiiuti. an s, cunti.a o,,nid
' i ') loiter. I'l of. aj-'on,.! mi, ,1011 .ail-c.t
in Improvement during th first hour and
it noon the market was steadier with
(Mices ranging from above to beiow
nalurday s New 1 ork closing. The decline
in New Yotk made lh market pronouncing-
weak in tne afternoon. I nder olter
n as of Amalgamated Copper the Pacific
.tucks and I nited States steel prices fell
from 1 to $ points and the final tone was
I'ARIS. Nov. 21 Trices on the Rourse
today were Irregular.
HKRL1.V, Nov. 22 Trading on the Bourse
today wss listless snd prices wete weak.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. PIUMR MLn
CA.STTT.E l'Al'Ell-i!5H per cent.
STEIlLINtl EXCHANtiE Firm, with
acuial business In bankers' bills at 34
4 S..70 for 0-d iy bills, and St 34 3140 for de
mand. Commercial bills, 34 $.'t4 83V
SILVElt-Par, Wic. Mexican dollars, 430.
IP N I'S Covet nment, steady; railroad
Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
lows: f. S. ref. 3a rtg. ... !' Int Met 4e 9
V. B ref. 3e eouponl'U Int M. M. 4s 71
I". . 3i. ref l'M'tJainn a 17
V. 8 la reurns... li)l de 4a IM',
V. . 4a. t'g 11K. C. go. lit Ha 71
V 8 4i coupon ...11L S. deb. 4a le.11 Hi
Allla-Clial. lat .Sa....U A N mil 4s '
Am. A 6a ulM., K A T. lrt 4a . :
Am. T. ft T. rr. 4..lv do sen. 4a "
Am. Tobacco 4e 14 Mj. Paiitlo 4e
do ta lfl eN K R ot M 4a !3
Armour ft ce. 4... UHN. Y. C. g 3a
An hleon ten. 4a. kb, do deh. 4e t.,1
du e-r 4s ,....liDN. Y., N. II. ft H.
do cv. a ll'J cv. Sa liH
At. C L. l.t 4e K N. ft W. lat c. 4a... II
bat. ft Ohio 4a k d rv. 4a t.
uo I J No paHflo 4a KB
do S. W. eej0 s, 71
rtrooklyn Tr. cv. 4a.. H o g. u rfit 4a M
( en. of lie. a l' feiln. cv. 1 isit. . . s
Cen. Leather la do ron. 4a 104
c of N . J g f...li4PeBilltii gen. 4a
Chea. & Ohio 4a...lt'l St. L. A ?. F. fg. 4s. M
do ref. tie M4 do gen. la k-a
t hltafO ft A. IS,a.. J4et b. g. v. e. 4a.. tj
C. B. ft Q. j. 4a. .. kft do lat gold 4a Kl
do gen. 4a :. n board A. L. 4a... t
C M AS. P. g. a So. Pacific col. 4a.... 1
C, ft. 1. ft P. c. 4. 77 do ov. 4a int
do Ut e,)0 u, ,,(. 4, wit
do rtg 4a 0go Railway oa l''k
,Ccio. hid. 5a st dc sen. 4a
Lclo. Mid. ia tviirnlon Pacific 4a 101
C. ft S. r. ft e. 4a. S7 do cv. a 1 4
n. ft H cv. 4a Ill do lt ft ref. 4a.... 17
D. ft Ft. O. 4a 84 U . Rubber 4a ltM
do ref. t,a 4 u. S. Bieel Id ac 14
Mutlllera' 1 74HVa-Caro. Ci.m. ke..7
Erie p. I. ea 4Wabaah lat Is lit
do (en. 4s 7tn do Ut ft ex. 4a T4
edo cv. 4b, ear. A.. II Wettern Md. 4a 14
do aerlea B...: 71 Wet. Blec. cv. oa.... 94
Oen. Elec. cv. it.. ...1:0 Wia. Central 4a 94
'ill. Cen. lat ret. 4s.. W
Boston Stocks and Bonds,
BOSTON. Nov. 22. Money, call loans, S
it 6 per cent; time loans, 6 it per cant.
Closing quotations weie as follows:
Atchiaon adj. 4a 83 Ailantlo 11
do 4a IkHhutte CoalltloD I
At' hlkon H. R mv-aj. ft Arlaona 107
do pfd ltHcal. ft Ueoia 475
Poaton ft Albany U7 Centennial Ik
Boston Blevated !-' Copper Kange ....... S3
KiKhDuil ptd 1J L)il weal 1
N. Y., N. H. ft H...:6rKrnklln 14
t'nlon Paclfie SUl'ktlrunby 1U3
Am. Are. ciiem 4 tireene Cananca lo
do pfd I'll Isle Royala 26
Am. Pneu. Tube...... lMa;a. Mining 4
Amor. Sugar 134 Ml, hlgan I
do pfd Li) Mohawk 473
Am. T. ft T lNevada IK
Amor. Woolen 34 end Dominion 64
(to pfd 103 Oaceola ..1S8
Pom. I. ft S OKVtParrol 31
Edlaon Klec. tllu....2M Qtilncy S-i
General hllectrlo 104 klimnon ltl
Maes. Elertrlc 13,Tauiaraok 47
alma. Uaa 7 Trinity 11
tinted Fruit 151 II. 8. Mining U
United 8. M 47 I'. 8. Oil 17
do pfd k Utah 47
V . Steel S Victoria J
o pfd 124Winone 7
Adventure i,Wnlverlnc 16
Amalitamatod 91 North Butte 4k
Arlaona Com 44
I.ondin Stock Market.
LONDON. Nov. 23 American securities
opened from H lower today. Profes
sional support caused aa Improvement dur
ing the first hour and at noon tho market
was steadier, with prices ranging from
above to 4 below Saturday's New York
London closing stocks:
Conaoli, money Si Lculrvtlle ft N
da aecount ;.. M M., K. ft T
Atrial. Capper 3 N. Y Central
Anaconda lo Norfolk ft W
Atehieon .:ts '. do -pfd
do ptd W7 Ontario ft W
Paltlmorc ft Ohio. .. .Ill Pennaylvanta
Canadian Pa,'lfie.....in Rand Mines
t heaapetka ft O,...,. SOHReatUni
Caloagn O. W fcl Southern y
Chi.. Mil. ft St . P,.:lh44 '4iilgfl....i
De Bears '.,..1S Saalhern Pacific...
Denver Rio o , 44 I'njoo. Pacific
do pfd .V S ii via
Erie .i.., 88 U.. g.' Steel....,
do lit pfd ,, 60 do ptd.......
ao in pfd 41 Wahun
Oraad Trunk...- 30 da pfd
Illluola Central SouSrannh 4a H
SILVEK Bar, steady at 23d per ounce.
MONEY 4B4 per lent.
The rate of discount In tha epea, market
for short bills Is 4 per cent; for three
months' bills, 4 04 1-1 1 per cent.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 22. Tha condition
of the treasury at the beginning of business
today was as follows: - Trust funds fkld
coin, $SM,384.tJ!; silver dollars. $40,lS,0Oi);
silver dollars of 18D0. $4,003,000; silver certifi
cates outstanding, 31SC913.000. General fund
etamlard silver dollars In general fund.
$2,!'3S333; current liabilities, $105,8.1.744; work
ing balance In treasury offices, $2S.I0D,Di$: in
banks to credit of treasurer of the United
Stales. i.72,301 ; subsidiary sliver coin, $lt.
T07.fc2.l; minor coin, f 1.4:14.03 ; total balance in
genet al fund, $S5,D16,497.
New York Mining; Slocks.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Closing quotations
on mining ptocks were as follows:
Alice 3"0 I.eadvllle Con (
Hruniwk'k Cou. .... i 'Little Chief I
Cent. Tunnel atock... 2b Mufckati 1ft
do bond, 11 Ontario .116
Con. Cel. ft Va 3 Ovblr 141)
Horn bluer 79 'Standard ...).
Iron Silver 1O0 Yellow Jaukei kt)
OMAHA, Nov. 21 Bank clealngs for to
day were $2 978,031.84 and for th corre
sponding date last year J.40C,oo3.!ja.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. -The cotton mar
ket opened barely steady, 4 po nts higher
to S points lower. In response to weak
cables. The census figures showing l.ltrj.
7J7 bales ginned to to November 14, had
l.ttle Influence with local professionals,
but their circulation seeuid to be bringing
the market outside support after the open
ing. Frn-es during the middle of the morn
ing worked up to a net advance of about
7 to 12 points.
Futures opened barely steadv; Novem
ber, offered, 14 40c; December. 14 40c; Jan
uary, liioc; Aiarcn, 14 two; May, 14 We;
June, offered, 14 S6c: July, Idle; August,
offered. 14 20c; .September. 12.9711 13.85c; ue
toher. 12 42'li 12.45c.
Futurea closed firm. Closing bids: No
vember. 14 47c: December, 14 L.ty; Januarv.
14.72c; February, 14 oc; March. It.SOc;
April, lfic; May. 15.14c; June, 15.0.ic; July,
I in.itc; August, 1440c; September, 13i:'c;
j October, 13!c.
Spot, closed quiet, li points advance.
Middling uplands. 14. Sue; middling gulf,
15.10c. Sales, none.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 22 COTTON
(Spots were quiet and firm; low ordinary.
I U'c. nominal; good ordinary. 13 1-ltSc;
stri-t good ordinary. 13'ic; low middling,
: 11 13-lCc; mHdling, 14'-jc; strict middling.
;He: g.wd mlddiinir, uc; strict good mid
Idlini:, 14 15-lBo; middllrc; fair. 15 l-lc; mld
idllng good to fair, 15 13-14o; receipts, 1.142
I bales; mock. 177.0.(4 bales.
1 ST. LOUIS, Nov. 2:.-COTTOV-CJuU-t;
J m ildling. ir,c; sales none! receipts, 1 Osl
bales: shipments, 2i0 hales; stock, 30.S94
Mel li 1 Market.
NEW YORK. Nov.' 22 M ETA f.S Stan
dard copper on the New York Meial ex-
.iisiifte was easy tonav. l.orai dealers
r(iiote Lake copper at 313.50(iil 73; eleotrolv.
tic. 3lAi7?' 13.50; costing. $ltl24 13.371,
I London market, lower; spot, IA) os. futures.
! I'll 7s lid. Tin was Irregular; spot and
I November closed. $ II 4oOf31.t30. London mar
i ket, fltm and hightr; spot. IT 142 lf.s; futures,
I f!44 17s 6d. Lead, qu el; spot. $1 a7i,- i.4J-,.
London market hijh.r si ill ;is 9d. Spelter,
iuiei; spot. In t.'itif 5.45. London market un-
changed ai 21 5s English iron mark t
lower at ols for Cleveland warrants, l.ocai
mat ket unchanged
ST. LOl IS. .no.-. :.-METALSSteady;
i Iad. $4 2.".. Spelter, stta.lv. $ 'J.
NEW YORK. Nov. S'2 COFFEE- Mai kt
fu'ures c'osed barely steady at a net d. -tilne
of ten point a. Skies were reported
of TfO bas. Including November at t35.-;
December. 4 : March. !0c: M-
4Vc; July, C70c; 'September. IJ 7lfi 1 7.V-.
Scot coffee ouiet. nominal; No. 7 It o.
3Se: Santo-.. No 4 Nf'kc; mild .o.'f e,
quiet; Cotdma, S"Tillc.
Tie port of ( ottnn Jlnnrd.
W'AfHIS'fiTf'N. Nov. 22 -Census ir,.nts
show 5 100 77 tales, roinili round be
as half ha'e. i-inn. I from the r'owth nf
1 "' to Notembei 11 vniii,,ainl w ith ' oVi Mil
bales f,.i- l'kis R ot-.i Lits ii.cliilt.l thi
ear are 12V,' f.m- a-e.l with 17" ni fur
1 t S. a leiai-d. '.OT I j;.-e f.i'- iis e.ui.
1 . ,1 w nl- .; ,.1 I li - f,,r i'kv
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Large Receipts of Cattle and Frices
HOGS ARE FIVE TO TEN LOWER
Sharp Break In Sheep Vnlnea at Esat
ern Tolnta Sends the Local Mar
ket Downward lo the Ex
tent of St Dime.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 22. 1KR
Ilecelpts were: Cattle. Hugs Sheep.
Estimate Momlav 6.j44 4 tK (.lot)
batne dav last werk 9.1J) 14 ils
bailie dav 2 wteks aso..ll.i.'4 2 6pM 4..4
bauie day a weeks a.t..ld.o77 2..M 23.MKI
Same nay 4 weeks ago.. s.Mo s.2.'.i Ib.iSH
Same uay last year.... S.Xi S.uii l".iv4
the tuit'Wing table alio a the iscelptt
of cattle, hoga and sheep st South Omana
lor the year to 0'ite, compared with last
ear: i:K). iwu. Inc. Dec.
Cattle t.rj.Hi '.i.'O 4J0 7S,,e,2i?
Hogs l...4u 2.15t.cJ llsXM
Sheep l.WD.1,4 l,Jt..770 I.2.41H
Ihe following table shows the average
pike of hogs at South cnnalia for tho last
sevetal daa, with comparisons:
Date. I I'm. 190o.l'J(r7.,ltfO..US. 11904. (1902.
I I "HI
S2l 4 4 3
' 14 SO, 4 S3
SO 4 64
,-S 4 S9 4 57
721 4 04
tH 4 tvii 4 64
67) 4 71,, 4 44
toil 4 n 1 4 .4
' I 4 ti3 4 4i
6s. I 4 4t,
ou 4 64 1 4 4e
Mi 4 ul '
T &i 1
7 Or,'- e
. - - !
Nov. 2. .
I '1 Itti1!
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Lnmn utocg iann, Suutn Uinulia,
C. M. & St. F 8 1
Union Pacific M 10 12
C. & N. V. west 10.' ' a
C. N. W . east 3 I 1
C, St. P.. M. ot 0 14 2 3
C, M. & O., oast
C, B. oi y., west tt 22 11
t... 11. 1. ot f.. easi c z 1
C, R. I. & P., west 2
Illinois Central 2 4
C. G. XV 2 2 St)
Omaha Fucking Co.
Swift and Company I
CuUaliy PucKing Co 1
Armour or Co
Cudauy, from St. Paul..
Armour, trout Denver...
Mo.-Kan. Calf Co
Letitoli, Vanaant ot Lush.
Hill at Son
F. B. Lewis
J. li. Root At Co
J. H. bulla
McCreary & Carey
H. l-'l liaiuiit.011
Christy At cilne
Total 7,573 4.6 W 6.K1
CA'iiLE Receipts ot caul though not
quite as iargo as on recent Mondays, ware
very liberal, 2. cars being repotted In.
At ihe same time Chicago reported a veri
table flood of cattle, lecelpis there be
ing excessive for a Monday or for any
oilier nay at this season of tha year.
Naiurahy they reported a very bad break
In prices with the result that buyers at
this point were' disposed to move cauti
ously until belter Informed as to condi
tions prevailing at other market points.
Thus It happened that It was unusally
late In the morning before buyers gol out
uuo the yaiils or before business was
The supply of strictly good beef s.ecrs
was Fiiiuu and had there been anything
choice it would undoubtedly have com
manded close to stsady prices. However,
the general run of common 10 fair caula
was slow and safely 10c lower. More than
that the .day was fairly advanced ta'ora
anything like a clearance had b.en effected.
Cons and heifers were also very slow
sellers ai prices thai were weak to 10c
lower In most cases.
Stockers and fueaers of all kinds and all
weights sutfeted even more than beef
Steers, they being generally quoted lOd-fobC
lower than last week's close, with Ui
movement dull even at the decline.
Uuotatlons on cattle: Hood to choice
cotnfed steers, $7.263.25; fair 10 good Cora
fed steera, eh.00-u7.2o; common to (air oorn
fed steers, 44 .fjwb.oo; good 10 choice rungs
steers, $6. WH18.au; fair to good range steers,
ILit'Oa.-iU; common to fair range steers,
$u.eO44.iiu; good to choice cornfed cows and
heifers, $4. 2!-bu. 26; fair lo good cornfed
cows and heifers, $3.b0iti4.20; cununon to
fair cotnfed cows and heifers, 4J.iu-).2j;
good to cnolce range cows and baiters, $3.,$
4i4.50; fair to good range cows and hellers,
i.bjtji:,b, common to fair range cows and
belters, $2.5o!Q3.36; good to cnuica s.ockcirs
and feedsre, $4.4tu6.4V; fair to good siock
eis and feedeiv, 1.7oitf4.4U; common to fair
stockers and feeders, $J.OOd8.7o; stock kelf
ers, $J.iu'io.i5: veal calves, 3o.u0ai.uv; bulla,
stags, etc., J:.7iw4.ij.
Av. Pr. St..
...Ski 2 64 13...
1324 4 IV
3 10 4 tot I ill
320 10) 2 176 4 00
31 4 Ut) 4 140 4 ii
feu 4 Ml 1 iw 7 Ot)
blOCivErtS AND FEEDtrlS.
4 3 4 10 4 664 4 60
kv4 4 20
WES I ERNS NEBRASKA.
12 cows 921 J oi 42 sieers.. ..lLiy 5 35
ii steers. ...L'4v i 40
H. K. Fuller Nab.
141 slo-rs... 'Jt,3 4 45 9 steers.. ..1003 4 46
M alters. ...1013 4 4
liotjS 4vevipt of hogs this morning
were upeiai loi a Monuay, sixty-seven car
being reported, this Is the largest run for
a Monuay sine.. June zs. At the same time
Chicago was repot ting an exlr.-iueiy heavy
rial u..J a khaip br.k lu prices. With
these two bear features in mind buyers
atarted out generally bidding $715 for most
everything. SaUsmen were backward about
cutting loose and tha trade at the begin
ning was rather dull. Stiil buyers and seil-
( ma soon gol together on the baa, a of $7.37 ',,
h 7. 'JO for the general run of hogs pobsess
ing weight and quality. Oood hogs would
bring $7,111. but it waa extremely hard work
to get above that notch. On the other
hand, light hogs sold from 37 87'i on down,
I according to weight and quality.
I The general market might be described
,8.4 5,(l'ie loner than Saturday, although at
I the luit lime some salesmen were only
Iqootinii It a big 5c lower.
Ko. St.. Pr. Vo. Av. Sli. Pr
142 ... 7 ) 66 g loo 7 40
j S7 141 7 T6 no :j ... J l
lit 141 ISO 110 f 714 40 1 ,
' t be) .o 7 42 :t .." i2 f t
4 Ml ... IM, 47 16.1 ... t Sij
: 6 tl ! IS TS 310 kl IW
I 71 :'36 ta i 16 4 :t6 40 7 10
C5 341 IW 1 II t TU 140 7 ft)
! Tl IJ.) 7 17 i ) HO ft.
' 7 3.U 40 7 17 f, 24J ... 7 l
f lit T 17 71 J4l 40 T
M 1 4 40 7 87 SI 3.1 do 7 ko
k) 3.1 40 t 17-4 62 Sit 160 TM
ko -S 40 7 17 n -S3 S4 7 1"
41 S4 10 7 17 6) 274 1J0 7 ku
' 41 lfl ... 7 S7 IS t.',7 40 7 10
I 45 2.1 ,4u 7 17 0 M 40 7 o
74 137 . . 7 7 0 IDS to I kl
I 71 $72 S- 7 17 14 ! . 7 0
4 Ill 0 7 rin 16 .66 40 7 10
42 its 1!0 7 10 M Ms 170 7 so
7S 740 10 7 ft) 71 i.J 12 7 li,
1 4T IJ4 4" 7 til 70 ltd ... 7 ,i
I SliLEP Bearish feeling a: other piiuel
I pal markets found expression al this point
In a Its: decline on fat stuff this morning
I Early wires fiom Chicago adv.fct.l a heav
: iiy suppil.d trade snd a uracil lower
I tendei.cy of values. Kansas Cltv mesa(;e
Iwere also lower and. despite a moderate
run here, local buytis were na;urali.- more
lor Irss bearish in their altitude from the
I start. As a result there was luile activity
In any branch of the trade: In fact, noth
inu much was sold duttng early rounds to
jaffoid a very broad lest of price.
I The character of the offerings did mv
how any Improvement over that of last
I week On the other hand, the average
iqjtllily was If anythlvg. somewhat poorer
I A 1 and of fed yearllnirs chsnsed hand
early at $-' 7i and a e-mail bti iug of fed
I '.a 'una realised $7.
I The proportion of feeder stuff was about
j the esma as usual. A good, healthv torn
'f'Aiure.l fnit:irv for suitHble kinds, but
I common and irfei ior grades were more n-
ie-c nee-ieneit arol prove-1 to be slow sell
ers. Jn a word, tl a !ra1e was rather quiet
nub beet kinds r,f eto.k sheep and limli.
about f.dy. a ' 1 others weak
Jih fs'lone o" fat p1" r. sn I isnhs: Dond
to choice Ism'.s. 37 007 40. filr to gonrl
'n-h $,-,.Tik7) ; no, good light yea, lings If, 0
ftnlS, good heavv ytart'.'rs ,i 'HS se;
"","1 to ch..lce "'-ttti. M 7.', fl.-i.2T.; fnir to
l i d wetl.crs. $1 3"f4 76; food to choice.
I I 1 1 t
is due to KIFTY-TWO UAkS of
careful, conscivativc banking meth
ods together with courteous, lib
eral treatment of customers.
May We Not Serve You?
ewes, $4.40fi4.65; fair to good ewes, $4 10tr
Wuotatlons on feeder stock: Oood to
choice lambs, $6.15(726.50; fair to rood lambs,
$ 70 t 16; light eariings. $5.0lti.'i.30; heavy
yearlings. $4.60 5 00; old wethers, $4.15cl
4 40; good to cliolce ewes, $3.1;i4l3i; breed
ing ewes, J3.7fc56.50;
yearling breeding ewes.
No. Av. Pr.
50 fed yearlings !I2 5 V.'i
52 fed yearlings SH 6 7,i
m fed yearlings RH 5 75
218 fed yearlings Hi 5 75
i Nebraska ewes 7 3 73
49 Nebraska lambs 114 K
ft! western lambs, culls 51 S 75
101 western lumbs 73 IW
24H Nebraska yearlings i"J S 75
CHICAGO 1.1 E STOCK M 411KKT
Cattle and lioaa Lower Sheep and
Lambs Steady to Lower.
CHICAGO, Nov. 2. CATTLE Receipts,
40.0u0 head; market ing26o lower; gteers,
to.OO-ijaL'a; cows, $3 505.00; heifers, $3 00t)
6.00; bulls, $XO0Si4.75; calves, $3.(Xns.W);
stockers and feeders, $3,754(6.53.
HOC.S Receipts, 40,000 bend; market ftST
10c lower; choice heavy. SS.HrVti8.ir: buljch
ers, $$056S10; choice light. $7.eOdtS.O0; jiack
inr. $7 357.50; pigs, $tj.Olxl?;.25; buik of sales.
$7 DO'yS 05.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 40.000
head: market steadv to 15c lower: sheep,
14 0r(5.2f,; lambs. $fl.507.50; yesrllngs, $.-..iU
Knnaaa City Live Mtot-k Market,
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 22. CATTLR Re
celpts. 13 000 h,'ad. Including 1 600 southerns:
Market, Be to 15c lower; choice exports ntt '
dressed beef steers, $tiA"iifj8 .50; fair to good
$4.S5'OT.25; western steers. $4.0f7r3.CO; stoc't
ers and feeders, $3.255.00; southern steers
$S.2.V35.45: southern cows, $.' (504.2".; nallv
cows, $2.25'8 4 76; native heifer. S3.2.t);
bulls, SJt.Ofvai.OO: calves, $4 OOitl.M.
HOC.S Receipts, 12.000 head; mnrket, 5"
to 10c lower; top, $8 10; bulk of salea, $7.ti51j
$.05; heavv, $7.92Vi&6.10; packers and butch
rs, r.6If8.00; llghls, r.S5ir7.95; pigs, $'i.2r.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. lO.Oiy.
head: market, wteadv to 15c lower; lambs.
$5 75fi7.40; yearlings. $5.504). 86; wethers, $4.Vt
540: ewes, $4.25(8,4.7D; stockers and feeders,
St. Louis live Storl. Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 23. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 7.400-head. Including 6.SO0 head Tex
sns; market 10jC5c lower; native ship
ping! and export steers, $5(Vfj7 75: dressed
beef and butcher steers, $.26T 40; steers
under 1.000 lbs., $3.70,5.00; stockers and
feeders, 33.5Off6.00; cows and heifers, $.1,259
8.50; canners. S2 2T.-Jr2.R6; bulls, $.1.50'c4.00;
calves. $5.50(6(3.26; Texas and Indian steers,
$.1 60ot 50; cows and heifers.. $2. 25", 4. 25.
HOOS Receipts. 11,500 head: market lOo
lower: pigs and lights, $(1.00li7.75; packers,
SJeVal.Ss; butchers and best heavy, $x.00?
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.000
head; market strong: native muttons, $3.00
4.S5; lambs, $5.ooii7.2ri: culls and bucks,
$2.25i4.0O; stockers, $.1.00vu3.75.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Nov. 22. CATTLE
Receipts. 4.000 head; market weak to 10c.
lower; steers. $4.6n'ut7.00; cows and heifeiM.
2.506.00; calves, $.l.tAitr7.50.
HOOS Receipts, 6.200 head; market lOo
lower; top, $.uo; bulk of sales. $7.708.00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS - Receipts. 500
head; market steady; lambs. $4.0037.5O.
Slonx City Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Nov. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 3,000 head;
market lower; beeves. $4.2&4i8.25; cows, $3.00
foo'6' fee'1c'' 4004f-40; yearlings, $3.00"!
HOGS Receipts, 4.000 head; market 10c
lower; ratme of prices, $7.707.!k); bulk of
sa.es, $7.737. Ho.
Stock In Sluht.
Receipts of stock at tho six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha r!,544 4.53t; K.ltW
Sioux City 3 01 a) i!ouo
St. Joseph 4.000 6,200
Kansas City 23 000 12,"00
St. Louis 7,400 11 -wo
Chicago 40.00(1 10.000
Totals 83.g4 77.236 0.(ij0
Fire .Marshal to lu veatluate.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 22.-Speclal )
Flunk A. Ciaft. slate fire marshal fur
South Dakota, has been u.-,ktj to muke a
searching investigation of the recent dis
astrous fire- at Bercxfoid. which destroyed
what is known as tho Stephen corner, In
cluding four business places, eiKiiillng a
loss of $15,000, upon which there was Insur
ance, to the amount of $o,eoo.
That th fire was of Incendiary origin
has been' the firm belief f D. Stephen,
owner of the destroyed structure, and
others, and this belief has hi -en Kt .-..ii L. t . .
jeiied by developments since the fire and
the suspicious actions of the party who
jls supposed to know how the fire origin
ated. The suspected party has been
I closely watched since the fire, and It is
expected an arrest will be made at al
most any time.
addle Inflicts Fatal Wound.
MITCHELL. S. I).. Nov. 22.-(Speeial.-Oscar
Kwsnsou, residing near Lane, met his
death In a peculiar manner. He was driv
ing some cattle along the road, when his
horse became frightened and reared, throw
Ing the young man over backward. The
horse a'so fell backward and the horn of
the saddle pierced his abdomen. The In
juied man walktd nearly a mile to a neigh
bor's residence and medical aid Waa Bum-
moned. He lived In great agony for twenty-
rour hours, the Internal Injury being or
aueh a natuie that hla life could not be
saved. The body was taken back to Ottawa.
111., for interment. The father and ,on
were living alone on a farm uear Li.ne.
Buys Nebraska llloudhonads.
MITCHELL, S. D.. Nov. 22.-Sprial )
Hereafter the criminals In South Dakota
will be hunted down with bloodhounds. The
department of Insurance, through the au
tl trlty of Commissioner fiasford. instructed
Stale Flie Marshal Craft of this c!t to
muke the puni.are of a bloodhound, und
Mr Craft today completed tho deal with
Aichie Malcolm uf L-v ,1151011, Ntb., for one
of his best trained hojnds. Mr. Malcolm
brought three of Ins hounds to, Mitchell
Flimsy and thev have been tried and text,)
sir.ee thai time Kith the result that M;
Ciaft bought one of the hntit d?. and which
cost the stale JJ0
Pf re latent AdvertlMitg ts the load to Big
r- - .e- -.! As-a.
Surplus & Profits 70a000,00
OF THIS BANK
OMAHA GOER4L MARKET.
Staple and Fancy Prodnca Friers Far
nlaatra by Bayers and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, dellveied to
the retail trade in lib. cartons, X!c; No.
1, in w-lb. tubs, oiVjv; No. X. In 1-lb. var
ious. Joe; in 00-lb. iuls, ) i. packing
stuck, 22ic; fancy dairy, tubs, 26c; Mar
ket changes every Tuesuay.
UK,-Hli selling stock, candled, 8Sc
l'OUL'JRY DittsBoU broilers, 2oc; springs,
10c; hens, 14c; cocks, uc; ducss, H'.ic; gee.e.
j'n ; tuikes. 2ic; pigeons, per dos., $1.2i',.
Alive, broileis, under 2 poui.ua, lllc, over
2 puunus, 10c; bens, loc; cocks, 6c;
ducks, full featheied, !tc; geese, full
featoeted, Dc; lutucya, untlei 8 pounds, lnc;
over S pounds, 1st-; guinea fowls, $2 per
doa, pigeons, OOu per dog.
0 1 :S'i liKb-Selects, small cans, 23c; large
He; gallons, 11. So; New York counts, small.'
Hoc; large, 46c; gallon, Jl.ifc; Baltimore,
standaida, sink 11. Uc; laig. ioc, gallon,
F1SH Fresh caught, almost all ere
d leased. Haiihui, Lie; butlalo, 8c; trout,
ljc; buiihea', ikO; ratfisn, l.'o; crap plea
suufisli, D-ultx; biauk buss, 2uo. whueilsn,
ioc; pike, lc; salmon, Uc; pickerel, 11c;
frog lega, 45c. Ere 11 lroxrfi wnitelish. No.
I. lie; pickerel, dfosMid and headless, $,
pike, ui'-bovO., 12c; reuaiiapptis. lou; Span
ikh macKeiei, lie; uaU.s macHeiel. 460 each.
REEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1, Lc; Mo. 2,
12c; No. 3, Sc. Loin: No. 1. lie; No. 2, 13c;
No. 3, c. Chuck: No. 1, t,c; No. 2. 6c,
No. 3, 4c. Rounu: No. L, 80; No. 2, 6c;
No. 3, ti'tc liam: No. 1, oc; No. Z, 4,c;
No. 3, 3c. .
FRL'liS Urapts: New Y'ork Concord, as-.-ociatlon
pack, pcf basket, 21c; lOo-basket
lots, per basket, 2oc; Callfurnia. exua
: ancy Flaming Tokays, I per large crate,
II. 75; 3-crttie lota, per crate, $1.60; 5-crate
,ots, per crate, 1 00, extra choice Malagas,
per bbl., $.i.5o; extra choice heavy Malagas,
i.er bbl., $U.O0; etuclly fancy Malagas, per
nbl., $u.o0; stiictiy fancy heavy Malagas,
per bbl., $7 .00; extra lancy tinted grapes,
per bbl., $7.60; extra fancy extra fcaavy
tint.u, per Obi., eooo oxtta fancy plnK La
HuhhniU D. pel bbl., $14.00. Ci anbvrries:
Wlticonsin, Atuler brand, extra fancy
J in. bo, per bbl.. $10.6o; Wisconsin, poppy
1 1 and, Bell cc Ciieriy, per bbl., $1.50; Wis
consin, fictd run, per bbl., $7.00; fane;- Caps
Cod. $7.60; choice Capo Cod. $ 00; . choice
Cape Cod, box, $2.b0. Apples: Extra Colo
rado Jonathans, per box, e-.uo; extra choice
Colorado Jonathans, per box, $2.25; choico
Jonathans, pr box, $2.00; Missouri Uen.
Ni. L lien Davis, per bbl., $0.60; Missouri
Ben, No. 1, Wincsdps, per bol , $1.00; Mis
souri Ben, No. 1, liatiu, per bul., $3.75; New
York extra fancy Red Baldwins, per bbl.,
$4.50; New York extra fancy Greenings, per
bbl., $4.50; New York farmers' pack, Bald
wins, per bbl., $3.75; New York larniere
pack. Oreentnga, per bbl., $3. .5. Pears:
Callfortik', extra fancy Eastte Buerre, per
box, $2.50; Michigan Kieflcrs, per J-bu. bbl.,
$4 00. Oranges: Extra fancy Valenclas, 126,
150, 176, 2u0 and 216, per box, $4.50; 250 and
251, per box, $4.50; exua fancy Florida, 126,
160. 176, 200. 216, per box, IJ.25. Lemons:
Extra fancy, -;oO and 3t0, per box, $6.00;
choice, WJ and o00, pur box, $5.60. Oiape
fruit: Florida, 54, 64 and 60, per box, $4.o0.
Bananas: Extra fancy Port Limon, per lb.,
4c; 5-bunch loin, per lb., 33c. Honey; Colo
rado, per CI ale. $J.25.
VEUKTABLES sweet potatoes, Vlrlnla
Red Star, per large bbl., $2.50; 6-bbl. lot,
per bbl., $2.60. Celery: Extra fancy Michi
gan, per dog., 26c; extra fancy Muskegon,
per flat box, $1.26. Head lettuce: Per ham
per, $2.50. Rutabagas: Canudian, per lb.,
10. Cabbage: Wisconsin, genuine Hol
land seed, per lb., lc; l,0oo-lb. lots or
more, lc; red, per lb.. 20. California
tomatoes: Per crate, $1 50. Onions: Indiana
Red Ulobe, per bu., $1.00; Idaho yellow, per
Uu., 1(, Spanish, per crate, $1.50. Pota
toes: Colorado, per bu., 70c. Figs: New,
imported, 7-ctown, per lb., 15c; 4-arowu,
pi t- lb., 1.1c; 12 12-ux. pkgs., per box, 60c;
50 C-ox. pkgs., per box. $i.t)0.
NUTS Almonds: Drake seedlings, per
lb., 16c; filberts, large, per lb., 14n. Pecans;
Louisiana, per lb, lic; Jumbo Texas, put
lb., 16c; medium Texas, per lb , i:M,o. Cali
fornia walnuts: No. 1, soft slit 11, per lb,
15c; No. 2, soft shell, per lb., 11c. Peanuts:
Raw. per lb., 6c; Jumbo, raw, per lb., 7o;
roasted, per lb.. 8c; salted, per box. $1.35..
DATES-30 1-lb. pkgs., per box. $2.25;
new Hallowe'en, per lb., 7c; sugar wainut,
por box, $1 25; fard. per lb.. 10c.
Hli'l.s-No. t rreen 10c: No. 1 cured,
CIDER Mot t's, per k g. $3-5ft
Klulu flatter Market.
ELGIN. 111.. Nov. 22 TU'TTFR Firm;
31c. sales for the week. 049.600 lbs.
7,i X) Shares for part) at
$1.2") currying oil Cash
and Stock Dividend to
Mining & H. Co.,
- Battle Mountain, Vat. -
Pres. F. T. Ransom, . i
V. Prey. A L. Mohler. .
riecy. J. W. West.
SAMUEL BURNS Jr.
614 N. Y. L. Bldg. D. 895
I HerlJerl E. Gooch Co.
j Brokers ani Dealers
04U, ralfelSIOHa. gTOO.
3a.al.a Offlcei gio SI. T. Lite alltVa.
j Ju aieiiiioae. Dtiarias SSL
la4iouaai, a.-. a aag gvglax
' Oltlca. aiei uaigest 5am: )a b aeiav
WANTED A stock and bond
I salesman to plac BuourHles of iih
hiK-ict clunk fhanuf.i, tttrlng mti
terng In Kausas. liiehrst rtvltr-enc-s
required by nppltcant as to
character ami ability. Will par
good cominlKFlon. Fran. Htjiiia;,
Secretary, Longjton, Kaiihaa.
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