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2vfE TiEE: (WfATTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER HO. 1000.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Offerings in Wfceat Slowly Taken,
Owing to ftfe Market lone.
WEAK CHARACTER IN BUYING
Rains Over Com licit and fieneral
Hellish Conditions (a nap Inactiv
ityWinter Kami Urpuriril
n .Encellent Condition.
OMAHA. Novfmtier , 1
Much more favorable reports from Argen
tlna and an Improve merit in tne general
w hi'iti movement, coupled with reports of
excellent conditions in the winter wheal
belt, softened the whent market todity and
ell offerings wcro only slowly taken.
Curn was easier with wheat, despite tie
rail, over the corn belt and bullion on
tlltions generally, excepting the demand,
which continued Blow and -.naetive.
Wheat wan ncrvum and broke airaln;
buying wan of a weak character ami god
receipts brought out tnuie selling ot long
wheat. Conditions on the winter whent
ciop are excellent and n bearish sentiment
xists Id remird to future options.
Corn weakened and values dropped on
loavy selling of long corn. Holders ton.
advantage ot the (ally demand and Kot
Mil of their lines. Weather conditions are
Mill unfavorable, but a good movement is
ixpccted to ease the ci.sh stuff.
Primary wheat receipts weie l,322.0r) bu.
and shipments were i.f).fO bu., against
leielpts lust year of 1,481.000 bu. and ship
ments of U07,0iU hu.
Primary corn reedpta were I7.00 bu. and
shipments were 4.14. OuO bu., against receipts
last year of 608,000 bu. and shipments of
I learancrs were COOO bu. of corn, 3,0un b'J.
of oata and wheat and flour equal to 4oti. 000
Liverpool closed $r1iA higher on wheat
and f lower on corn.
Loral range of options:
Ai tlcles.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Sal'y.
1 c... .
1 Oos' 1 vWl S'.'7 97l 1 rH
1 00 1 00 l IU- 1 Oj
.a to-' iv &8;, otfD
J7W 37', 374,1 37Vs 37
40 40 3!)', I &)'s 40 I
Omaha rnan rncr-s.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, $1.02fil.01; No. 3
hard. Wcii(1.01; No. 4 hard. U4'.i8c; No. 2
spring. (l.oiftl.03; No. i spring, wcii(1.01;
No. 4 spring, iMi'j'c.
COHN No. 2, i)i;a69Hc; No. 3, B7fi:9Vic;
No. 4, D4'uf,9Vic; no grade, 50i54e; No. 2
yellow, 64rua:Vtc; No. 3 yellow, irtJi.Vjvtc; No.
2 white, (imUCOVic; No. 3 white, tswOc.
OATS No. 3 mixed, 37c; No. i yellow,
37V0.K,!4c; No- 3 white, 3.s'ic; No. 4 whlta,
iii'Uc, standard, 3V,iC.
iivK-No. 2, 70c; No. 3, 68itC3c.
. Wheat Corn. Oata.
Chicago 91 20H 102
Omaha 1:1 7 is
CHICAGO bHAlN AND PROVISIONS
Fratores of the Trndlnar and Closing:
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 29 Weak cables and
liberal receipts In tne norinwest Inspired
considerable liquidation of wheat toda, ie
suiting in net declines at the close of a
shade to 'c. Coarse gram also was heavy,
Lut provisions were strong.
Liquidation' of liecemher holdings, which
was a feature of trading the lauer part
of the previous week, nan again In evi
dence In the wheat pit, but In audition
to the selling pressure on the neai by
monthB there was also free proi'it
taklng In the day op, Ion. December
showed the greatest weakness early in tne
session and at one time the price of ti.ai
delivery wus lVc below the btst mart
of the day. The range for December was
between 1.06Val.0iV and fox May (1.0.. -a
til.CoH and IL.uti'ftl.uu1. Final quotations
on December were 1.067, and on May
(l.Or.l.ui. News of the day was bear
ish. Helling of December by cash Inteiesis
caused weakness In the corn market. The
selling was baaed mainly on increased re
ceipts and on prospects of still larger ar
rivals. Mlack demand for the cash grain
by eastern shippers was also a weaken
ing Influence. The market closed at tho
lowest point, with prices Sirc to itlc
below the final figures of the previous ses
sion. Oats displayed moderate firmness early
In the day, but finally yielded to the weak
ness of wheat and corn and closed a shade
to lower than Saturday's final quota
tions. Fair demand by cash Interests was
responsible for the early tlrmness.
1'rovlslons closed Wtphic higher.
I. na leading lulurtrs rungeu as lollows:
Articles. J Open. High. Low. Close. Sat'y.
1 0fl 1 05'J 1 XV4 1 06
1 OtlU, 1 OliWVil OfiNk 1 06
;97V!UHl 97,l 97-97H'
lv4 6i',j tilH
60 tO.,61 !&'
39l, 394 39H
21 fi7V4 22 00 I 21 60
20 90 21 UVil 20 140
I 22 06
12 75 12 35 12 60 I 12 27Vi
I 11 7H 11 72Vi 11 87HI U 70
11 55 I 11 20
11 12m 10 85
11 50 I 11 15
10 97Vi 10 h2M
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOL'H Firm; winter patema, j5.15fi5.70;
winter straights, o.0ui5.40; spring straights,
$4.Hvr(4.(0;. bakers, (3 006.25.
HYK No. 2, 74V75c;.
HAHLKYh-Feed or mixing, 49552c; fair to
choice ViuaMing, iDSMa
SiSKl Kiax, No. 1 sohthwestnrn, $1.72;
No. 1 northwestern,' J1.S2. Timothy, (3.75.
Clover. J boy 14.U).
1'ltOVl.sIo.NtJ Meas pork, per bbl., Jl'3.75
624.09. lihrd. per 100 lbs., $13.56. Short ribs,
bides-Clooee-).-II l.7r.i12.uO; short clear sidv-s
tboxed). $ 11. 75'u 12.00.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 4U6.00U t,u. Primary receipts were
l,3i.ix)0 bu.; coiupartd with 1.4l,ouo bu. the
corresponding day a year ago. The visible
supply of wheat In the limed States In
creased l.TSA.OuO bu. for the Week. The
amount of breadbtuff on ocean passage
liuitasM 2O0,(M) bu.
liaiirratud receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
91 cars; corn, 46 cars; oats, 17i cars: hogs'
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red
$1201.21; No. 3 red, ll.loyl 1H; No. 2 haid"
$1.07VK-1-Os; No. I hard. Illusion; No. i
northern "prlng. $1 loa; No. 2 northern
spring' $1.0,ol.O7; No. 3 spring, $l.ojul.0b.
Corn: No. ( cash, new, tec; No. 4 new,
&6tl6,,; No. t yellow, new, tee; 'No. i,
yellow, new, tfVJ7c. data: No. 2 whit-!
42'c; No. S white. 40-f(4O'4c; No. 4 whiie,
39u)c' standard, -42c
UliTTKH Steady ; creameries, 2iVU31Uj
dairies. 24a 2kc
KUUS Kecelpta, 6.6'JS cases. Market
steady; at mark, cises included. 20tl25c;
firsts, c; prime firsts. &ec.
CI1EESK-Steady; dailies jrsi'. iv
twins, 164l6Vto; Young Americas. 1616'oi
long horns, i'-o.
POl'LTRY' Sty; turkeys, 13c; chickens,
104c: sprtnga, Ho.
VEAL-bteady; -60 to 60-lh. weights. 7.
84c; 60 to Sfc.lb. weiglits. 8V.j9tc; "to
110-lb. weights, 9V.UV
POTATOES Steady , choice to fancv, 4.Y2'
4Vc; fair to good. to!40c.
Chicago llecelpts Wheat. 91 cars; corn,
Iu8 cars; oats. 102 cars. Ksti mated Tomor
rowWheat, W cars; corn, 426 cars; oats,
Liverpool Uraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 29. WH EAT Close,
fi-in; No. 1. western winter. 8s Id; futures
sieady; December, s l',d; March, 7s sd
Mry. 7s 6d.
CORN Firm; new American mixed, via
Galveston,' !w 10V!: futures quiet; Decem
ber plate,' 6a 5d; December mixed, nomi
nal. PEAS Canadian, steady, 7s d.
FLOL'K Winter paunts firm, 33a M.
PEORIA. Niiv." .-CORN-Iwer; No. I
white, new. 67c; No. 3 yellow, new, 87vc;
No. t old. C2c; No. 3 new, 67c; No. 4 new,
65c; no grade. 6Ui61e.
OATS Strong; No. S white, 40c; No 3
white, tiiata'.io; N 4 white, V; stand
ard. 40e, '
v.Dalain Grain Market.
DPLVTH. Nov. 29 -WIIEAT-No. 1
norihem, $106; No. t northern, $1044
lieeetober. $1024; May, fl.CCA,.
Visible Sapplr el Grain.
KFW YOlUi. Nov. "S. Tha visible aup
aJy uf grain io the United States Saturday,
November 27, as compiled by the New Tork
Produce exchiuiKe, wus as follows: Wheat,
2.4ls,iiu hu. ; Increase, 1.7M.000 bu. Corn.
SL'.DHi bu.; Increase, fif,7 , bu. Oats. 1.1.
IM;.i(i bu.; decrease, (.13. flu) bu. Rve. 1K0
bu.; Increase, sr.. Quo bu. Parley, (.22.000 bu ;
decrease. 71.(di bu. The visible supply of
i" ' anada last Saturday was 9.KO,-
"u bu , a necreaae or 1.H14.U0V bu.
WE A Til EH IN THE 4iIlI HF.l.T
Rain Possibly Tae-sday, When It Will
OMAHA. Nov. 29, IjOO.
Ueneral y cloudy weather prevails from
the iiocay mountains, tast over the central
Biieys to the Atlantic, coast. Kaina are
tuning on the north Pacific coast; snows
are general on the middle Kucky mountain
opt and scattered rain are tailing In tne
central vaiies and eastern statea. Tem
peiatures are R.neraly higher In the At
lantic statea. iiiey are lower In the lake
lefciou and central valleys, but are higher
uiioushuut the west and northwest and
will be higher In this vicinity by Tuesday,
...v.. mmum and prooaoiy luesaay.
Keoord of teinperalui e and piecipintlon
compured with the corresponding day of
the Itiht three years:
... , iwj. 1907. law.
Minimum temperature.... 34 84 2s 37
tiecipltatlon 00- .16 .00 .01
Normal temperature for today, 82 degrees.
Kxcess In precipitation since March 1,
J leiiciency corresponding period In 1308,
4. Oft inches.
lietniency corresponding period In 1907,
6.7i li:'.!ies. L. A. WKLSil,
St. Loam Ueneral Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 29. WD EAT Lower;
trark, No. 2 red, cash, $1.19g1.2o; No. 2
hard, ll.WyLlo; December, 1.07''jl.0ii;
i:oll.N Futures weak,
track. No. 2 canh, 6k.-; No.
December, 6Sc; May, 00'c.
OATS Weak; track. No.
2 white, soc;
2 cash, 41c;
No. 2 white, 43c; December, 39&3vo; May,
FLOl'H L'nchanged, red winter patenta,
$B.;w'u5.S0; extia fancy and straight, $3.00
5.45; hard winter clears, $3.90u4.0O.
S l; I T I m o 1 1 1 y ,' 1 2. 7 b'u 3. oO.
COKNM KAl $.1.00.
HUAN Weak, sacked east track.
HAY Strong; timothy, $13.MKU 17.50
llAiiiil.Ntl 6 9-lfic.
HKMI' TWIN K 7c.
$23.75. Lard, higher;
Dry salt meats sieadv
prime steam, $14.00.
boxed extra shorts,
$13 00; clear ribs, m.00; short clears,
Huron, eteidy; boxed extra short,
clear ribs. $14. 25; short clears, $14.5u.
springs. 12c; turkeys, 15c; ducks,
, IIUTTEU Higher; creamery, 27S33c.
KOUS Steady, 26c.
Flour, bbls lO.SHC 14.6H)
Wheat, bu 67,000 64,iW
Com, bu IOX.OiiO 32 000
Oats, bu 60.H00 36.700
Knnsna City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. in. WHEAT-lc
lower; No. 2 hard. $1.02511.07: No. 3, $1.00$
1.06; No. 2 red. $1.20411.24; No. 3. Jl.lRrfJ 1.22;
December, $1.004, sellers; Mav, $1.01Vo
l.Ol'fc. sellers; July, 93'i'5'93C bid.
COHN I'nchanged; No. 2 mixed, SSVfcc;
No. 3, ESc; No. 2 white, 59c; No. 3, 58H
59c; 1 lecember, 57ti57'7c bid; May, 60Va
60c. sellers; July, 60ic, sellers.
OATS-No. 2 white, 4042c; No. 2 mixed,
HA Y I'nchanged to 25c lower: choice
timothy, $11. 50ft 12.00; choice . prairie, $9.50;
choice alfalfa, $16.50(516.75.
Hl'TTEK-Creamery, extras. 32c; firsts,
2PM.C; seconds, 27c; packing stock. 22c.
EQOS Extras, 29c; firsts, 27c; seconds
and dirties, 17c; current receipts, 2ttc; south
erns, loss off. 14c.
Wheat, bu 95,000 92,0u0
Corn, bu 37.000 33,000
Oats, bu 35,000 24,000
Options at Kansas City:
Open. High. Low. Close.
l ooh i no-vJ i oru4 i 0014A
1 02 v 1 02" 1 01l OlA
60T4 ;J0TfctU 60HI 60V4A
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 29 WHEAT De
cember, $1.03, May. $1.0D1; cash, No. 1
hard, $1.06iiil.0614; No. 1 northern, $1.054
l.tlR: No. 2 northern, $1.05!4ii 1.05 ; No. 3
northern, S1.02rfi 1.03V-.
FLAX Closed at $1 R1H-
CORN No. 3 yellow, CSfTS9Vie.
OATS No. 3 white, S8V"u3fie.
RYE No. 2, (WV147O140.
H RAN In 100-pound sacks. $19.50.
FLOL'R First patents, $Ti.30fj5.fi0; second
patents, $5.104i5. ?0; first clears, $4.26(64.46;
second clears, $3.204?3.40.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29. HT'TTKR
Firm, 11MiC higher; extra western cream
ery, 34'tc; extra western creamery nearby
EGGS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free cases, 37c at mark; Penn
sylvania and other current receipts In re
turnable cases, 35c at mark; western firsts,
free cases, 37c at mark; western firsts, cur
rent receipts, fre'cases, 34B3Gc at rnark.'-
C1IEESE-Firm; New York full creams
choice, 17c: New York full creams, fair
to good, lfi'iS'c.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. O., Nov. 29. SEEDS-Clover,
cash, $8.85; November. $S85; December,
$8.85; March, $n.05; rejected, $7 80ui7.90; no
established grade, $7.00. Timothy, prime,
$t80. Alslke. prime, $7.96: November, $7.96;
December, $7.95; March, $8.10.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAI'KE, Nov. 29 WHEAT No. 1
northern. $1.10H; No. 2 northern, $1.07'j3 1.0S;
Mav. $1.05 bid.
FLOP K Steady.
UARL1CY Sample, 664T66e.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29. COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to an advance of 6 points in sym
pathy with the partial advance of V4 franc
at Hovre. Trading was quiet, but there
was a scattering demand from outside and
trade sources which was sufficient to main
tain prices In the absence of Important
offerings and the market closed steady,
net unchanged to 6 points higher. Sales
were reported of 8 250 bags Including De
cember at 6.35c: March, 6.55i6.50c: Julv,
6 75c; and September, 80c; spot, quiet; Ulo
No. 7, 8S0: Santos. No. 4, SiSc; mild,
dull; Cordova, 94ill1c.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 29. COTTON
Spots were quiet; low ordinary. 19 10-16c,
nominal; ordinary, llt,e, nominal; good or
dinary, 12 1.1-liSc; strict good ordinary,
13 13-Kc; strict low middling. 14c; middling,
l"'c; strict middling. Uc; good middling,
14c; strict good middling, 14 ll-16c; mid
dling fair. 14 13-16c: middling fair, to fair,
15 3-16c; fair, 16 9-16 nominal. RecelDts.
14.427 bales: stock. K14.S55 bales.
ST. LOPIS. Nov. 29 COTTON I'n
changed; middling. 147c; no sales; receipts,
4.i''5 bales; shipments, 4.000 bales; stock
LONTON. Nov. 29 -WOf)L-The offerings
at the wool auction sales todav were
11,944 bales. Fine merinos were in brisk
demand and France and Belgium secured
tho bulk at hardening rates. Scoureds fre
qumtly realised 2s 1'id. Home traders took
most of the cross lueds at firm rates.
Only a few lots were taken by Americans.
Toduy's sales follow: New South Wales,
2 7) bales; soured. Is 14l u3s lVvd: greasy,
7d.'uls 2d; Queensland, 2.900 bales; scoured,
Is 24d'(i2s l'-jd: greasy. 74dfils 2d. Victoria,
90U bales; scoured. Is Will, greasy, lld
Is Id. South Australia. 7w bales: scoured.
Is K'-td'tls 9d; greasy, 7d'.jls Id; West Aus
tralia. 2.100 bales; greasy, SVid'Tls Hd: Tas
mania. 100 bales; greasy. SdullHd; New
V.- aland. 1.900 bales; greasy, tSVVfila 2d:
C'ape of Oood Hope and Natal, 6u) bales;
scoured. 9d' Is 7'tdJ greasv, 6Ulld.
ST. LOPIS, Nov. 29 WoL Unchangd;
territory and western mediums, 24&29cr fine
mediums, 22 28c; fine, 14'8 20c.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29 METALS Stand
ard copper was aeak: local dealers nuola
Lake copper at $H 25ft 11.75: ele' trolvile
; Sl.tvtfi IS !w; casting. $13 001 13 374. The Lon
don market was lower, spot btlng quoted
a; 58 5s and fu urea at A.'f.' 7s 6d. Ths tin
: market was weak. LmiJiin market lower
spot. 1141 7i 6d: futures. 1:143 Ts. Lead was
quiet locally, spot being quoted at $1,374
I ti 4.424- The London market was unchanged
(at 13 la S1. Spelter was unlet loeslU-
8Kjt being quoted at $6 J0'i6 45. The London
market was unchanged at 23. English
Inn was lower at 50a 30d for Clev.land
warrants. The market waa unchanged lo
cally. ST. LOPIS, Nov. 9 METALS Lead
firm at $4.2i4- Spelter, firm at $6 J4.
Bee Want Ada aia Itususui boosUra.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market is Unable to Resist Number
of Reactionary Influences.
OIL, SUGAR AND COPPER
Court Derision and Hrceat Inveatlun
tlona Still Affect These Issues
I "favorably T radera A n I
Ing rreslilenf'a Message.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2j A struggle ngalnst
the forces of reaction was perceptible In
the stock market speeulation today, whleh
w as overshadow ed, however, by the ow er
ing prospect of the approaching session of
congress and fears of the legislative pro
gram on the trust problem. Suggestions
of a reopening of the tariff revision ques
tion also had their effect.
In the light of the Standard Oil de
cision, further procedure in the direction
of combinations Is made a matter of grave
consideration. The copper group continues
to reflect most closely the mutation of
feeling on the subject, owing to the ad
vanced stage to which the project for a
consolidation of copper producers had
rr ached and the apparent continuance of
efforts to find a way to carry out the
project uithout contravention of the prin
ciples laid down In the new Interpretation
of the anti-trust law.
A violent decline In the price of copper
warrants occurred In the London market
today. The demand from consumers Is
restrvilned ag.tln today and the who'o
situation suffers. The vicissitudes of the
prosecution of the American Sugar Re
fining company were reflected In the fresh
liquidation In that stock today down to
1I6H. the lowest price level of the year.
This wss accompanied by reports of un
desirable prominence to be given the com
pany's affairs In the forthcoming presl
dentl.il message, with the chances of a
Another restraining Influence on the
speculation Is the belief that the time for
relaxation of the money market may be
deferred. The continued withdrawals of
gold for shipment, both to South America
and to Canada, are significant of the con
tinued control of the local gold supply
by London bankers. This Is ascribed
partly to the maturing of loans from
foreigners to New York borrowers, which
are called for payment Instead of to be
renewed. The official announcement of
measures designed by the Hrltlsh govern
ment to core for revenue requirements
nfter the coming rejection of the budet
by the House of Lords Is awaited with
Interest and some Bnxlety In all financial
markets. In our own money market fu
ture requirements are becoming defined.
New York City will sell $12,500,000 cor
porate stock on December 20. the first
Installment of subscription to Pennsyl
vania stock will call for $24,800,000 on De
cember IS; on December 20 the New Haven
stock subscriptions will call for $12.500000
Installment, while for January the $44. 6W,
000 of New York Central stock and $10,230,
000 on account of Missouri Pacific con
vertible bonds must be provided for, be
sides other smaller issues already an
nounced and more expected.
The strengthening effect of Wabash
"deal" rumors, the Rock Island's sale of
St. Louis & San Francisco and the repe
tition of Reading "melon" rumors proved
unavailing In face of these factors of
Honds were steady. Total sales, par
value, $4,155,000. Vnlted States 4s, coupon,
declined t and the registered H per cent
Sales and range of prices on the Stock
exchange today were as follows:
BleS Hill). Lw. Vlow.
Atlls-Chalmers pfd ...
Amalsamatd Copper .
Am. l)Ht Sugar
Am. Can pfd
Am. C. A F
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. ft L. pfd
Am. Ic Securities
Amrlcan Llnsod ....
Amarlran Llnaeed ....
American LocomotlTs .
Am. B. & R
Am. 8. R. pfd
2"0 534 I" "l
lR.40n J714 fS4. 84
S.HW 4'.4 ,
CHID KX 8:14 834
1, 5"X) 72H Ti
1.600 (7 4 64 4
1.8'X) 1114 1104 ll'4
Am. Sugar Refining
Am. T. A T
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coast Une
Baltimore & Ohio
Dal. Ohio pfd
Urooklrn Rapid Tr
Central Leather pfd
Central of New Jereey
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago & Alton
Chicago Great Western ctfa
Chicago A N. W
C, M. St. P
C, C. C. A St. L
Colorado F. & I
Colorado & Po
Colo. A So. 1st pfd
Cplo. A So. 2d pfd
lO.iO 1244 1IC4 1164
OKI 1414 1404 144
1.600 69 kf-4 SKi4
100 34 84 .14
12O0 48 44 4
11,800 119 118 118
OO I044 ll'4 11144
IIK H4 134 1334
1.1110 116 116
200 344 4
4,100 784 77
177 1744 1764
4,4il0 46 46 464
6"0 104H, 1CH 10S4
600 312 3116 il'
8. 600 86 8,4 864
2.10O 66 68 156
200 20 20 1
2.400 IS 4 177 1.7-H
13.800 166 l.VV, 1634
Consolidated Uai 12,000 149
Corn Products 1.7"0 21
uei. se riuaeon, ex-aiv 1.0m ik
Denver A Rio Orande...
1). A R. O. pfd
Platl Iters' Securities
Erie let pfd
Erie 2d pfd ,.
Great Northern pfd
Ureat Northern Ore ctfs
Int. Mel. pfd
Int. Marine pfd
International Paper .
Kansas City go
K. C. So. pfd
Iulavllle A N
Minn. A St. It
W.. St. P AS S. M...
M., K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd
N. R. R. of M. 1st pfd..
New York Central......
N. Y., O. A W
1,800 48 474 47
1.600 33 4 3:4 324
8") 47 4' 4 444
100 34 384
1.100 161 1!,4 169
6.000 143 142 141
1.6O0 804 784 784
MOO 111 1224
3.C-H) 6.". 4 644 644
HM 107 104', 11MH
600 60 4
200 274 27 27
800 1614 I604 1604
UK) 62 62 614
2"0 134 4 134 184
. 1.6K) 704 694
. 11,900 48 464 46
200 115 114 114
. 1,400 884 8? 4 .814
. 11.600 ;2X4 126 126
. 3,l"0 46 46 46
6-aJ 86 96 944
100 78 78 77
. S.o0 1444 143 143
. 1.4(10 47 43 44
. 23.600 131 1304 l.KH,
. 2,000 114 113 11114
1O0 84 4 94 94 4
700 6 61 61
4O0 192 1014 li
600 60 49 49
.160,airt 171 s )i7
7') 4I4 444 4614
4"0 10ii4 14 luf,
. 1I.6O0 41 8K4 ;i94
Norfolk A W
P.. C, C. A St. L
Preaeed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car....
Railway Steel Spring...
Republic Steel pfd
Hock laland Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. L. A 8. F. Cd pfd..
8t. Louis S. W
St. L. S. W. pfd
Sloes-Sheffield S. A I..
80. Railway pfd
Teaae A Pacific
T.. St. L. A W
T.. 81. L. A W. pfd....
I nlon Psclflo
I nlon Pacific pfd
I'. 8. Realty
I'. S. Rubber
I'. 8. Steel
V. 8. Steel pfd
I tab. Copper
V'a -Caxo. Chemical ...
Western Maryland ctfa..
V eatinghouee Electric .
W heellns A U K
. .ki 844
. t.GOO 744
82 22 4
... 12.4O0 l:'84 1274 1274
...240.O.X) 87 80
0 69 X4 684
400 404 17 4 3i
6l0 344 S44 344
200 634 634 614
2"0 69V, 9 68
... 60, 4nO Jici l!), jsj.
frO 103 I014 JO 44
too a 4 61 bo
... 1.666 88 86 86
1.800 IMS 1SS4 1234
15, t") 6"4
4.900 214 20
14.SO0 66 63 64
1.7u0 , 844 834 6
1.200 78 77 4 7 7 4
Tot.i .h. ; rz. .
- -" u j , iii,j4w anarea,
London Stock Market.
LONDON. Nov. S.I. American securities
opened weak and lower today. Later a
few buying orders caused the market to
harden. At noon the market was quiet
and orices were S below to above Satur
day's New York closing.
London closing stocks:
Console, money. .. .62 11-16 Louisville AN. 155
do aecount tJen.).. 8J4 14., K. A T "
Atnal. Copper 6S4 N Y. Central. ... ".' w
Anaconda 9 ' Norfolk AW... i
. u(, pin ,.
do Pfd 107 Ontario A W
Baltimore A Ohio. ...119 Feiinrylvanla ...
Canadian Parlflo 1114 Ksnd Mines
Cheeaieeke A 0 8ka Heading
.l. hl.nn . . . . . .. .
... 7 4
(llloio u. w.
'4 Southern Ry
164 do pfd
14 Southern Pacific
4&1 L'nlun Pfir
hi.. Mil. A St. P.
Inver A Rio O....
do let pfd...
da 2d pfd ...
86 do ptd ,.
33 II. 8. Steel
. 48 do pfd
. 41 Wabash
Illinois CtnirBl IU a..un,-b a'.
ukZviy- "le"dy iadper "ounce.
4. i' 1 1 veiii.
'ihe rate of discount In the open market
for short bl la la 44 per cent; for three
months' bills, 4 per cent;
WASHINGTON, Nov. -The condition
of the treasury at the betrlnnlng u( bual
nena today waa aa follows:
Trust Funds Gold coin. $2 9R2 8JS; allver
dollara. $4xi.JS1.0u0; allver dollars of 110,
IS.hni flno: silver certif Icatea ouutandiim
Genera: Fund Standard atlvar dollara In
genenl fund. $n.347,572; current llahllllles.
$ili (i,03t;: working bilsni-e In treasury
offices. $27.17.7; In bsnks to credit of
treasurer of the l ulled States. $.15.t,25.n:;
subsidiary sliver coin. $16. 119. JOB; minor
coin, $1 .:i.o7. Total balanre In general
fund, $i2.;!.T2 21S.
New York .V.onry Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29.-MONEY On call,
firm; 44tf5 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per
cent; closing bid, 44 per cent; offered at
5 per cent; time losns sllghtlf easier; sixty
days, 4'o5 per cent; ninety days, 4 per
cent; six months, 44')4 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER f-a54
STERLING EXCH AN JE Firm, with ac
tual business In bankers' bills, at $4 M'
4 8410 for sixty-day bills and at $4 K7H0 for
demand; commercial bills, $1 8.l;)4 f3V
SILVER Rar, He; Altxlcsn dollars, 43c.
lto.NDs Government, weak; railroad Ir
regular. Quotations on New York bonds were as
l 8. ref. 2s rg MO III. Cen. 1st ref. 4s.. f4
ref. 2n cuuponl'io Int
M. M. 44
j. n. 3, reg..,.
V. 9. 4. reg
Allls-Cnal. 1st is
Am. A a. cis
11 do 4 4s
li4K. C. 80. 1st 3s....
S14I.. 8. deb. Is U31...
V'ISL A N. unl. 4.
Am. T. & T. c. 4B. .104'iM.. K. A T. Int 4. ,
Am. Tobacco 4s.
. . i4 do 44s
. .V! Mo. Psr-tflc 4s
.. KJ4 N. R. R. of M 44'
.. N. Y. C. g. 34s
. ll s do deb. 4s
..1W4N. Y.. N. H. A H
. . o1 r, tie
.. '4N. A W. 1st c. 4s...
. . Ml 4 do ct. e
.. Ml i No. I'Hctflr 4s
. . v4 do as
,.107-O. S. L. rfdg. 4a
. Penn. rv. . mi..
.1244 Mo on. 4s
Armour A Co. 44e
AlMon gen. 4a
(In ct, 4s
do cv. he
At. c. L. let 4s ...
Ilsl. A Ohio 4s
do S. W. S4
lira. Tr. cv. 4s
Cen. of (Is. 61
Cen. 1mither ."is
C of N. J. g. r.s...
Chei. A Ohio 44e.
do ref. bs
Chicago A A. 4a. .
C, il. A q. . In..
do gen. 4s
..1034 Reading gen. 4s...
.104 St. L. a 8. P. fg.
. Li do gctl. rR
K. St. L. 8. W. c. 4a
... Bu 4
i4 do lit gold 4s.
C. M. A 8. P.
C. R. I. A P
do col. 6a..
(In rfg. 4s..
Colo. Ind. rs
Coin. Mid. 4s
34s i4 SvHboard A. U 4s 8.1
4.. ,74 "Bo. Pacific col. 4s. Ill
....loov, do ct. 4s
!!' do st ref. 4s..
S3- do gen. 4a
K14 I'nlon Pacific 4s
A e. 44. a S.4
do cv. 4s
do 1st ref. 4e..
I). H. cv. 4s
I). A H. a. 4a...
do ref. 5a
IHstlllers' .is ....
Krle p. 1. 4s
do gen. 4s
do cv. 4s, ser. ,
do series U
flen. Klec. cv. :
M V. 8. Rublier 6s...
4 V. 8. At eel d fia. ...
74SVs.-Carn. Chem. 6s
M4Wahash let As
do 1st A ex. 4a..,,
Sl:Wetetn Md, 4s
71 '4 West, lllec. cv. Da. .
4S4Wi. Central 4s
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
IIOSTON. Nov. 2S. Money, call loans, I
ifi per cent; time loans, 56 per cent
L'loKlna- quotations weie us follows:
Atchlaon adl. 4s 3 Arlona Com. ..
do 4s i4 Atlantic
Atchlaon R. 11 118 Butte Coalition
do pfd I'i44(.'al. A Arlona.
Boston A Albanr J28 Cal. A Hecla..
Flti hburg pfd Ill) Centennial
N. Y., N. H. A H...lfi Copper Kange
Inlon Pacific WI)aly Weat ....
Am. Arse. Chem 474 Kranklln
do pfd 12 Oreene Cananea
Am. Pneu. Tube e Isle Koyala ....
Amer. Sugar ....
do pfd ,
Am. T. & T
Amer. Woolen ..
Dom. I. A 8
Mass. Electric ..
... S4 Old Dominion
. .. 68 Osceola ,
... 10 Shannon
... 7"4 Tamarack ....
I'nlted Krult lfr)
l'nlte.1 S. M 7
do pfd 3li
V. 8. Mining 644
U. B. Ull 8
u. S. steel 864 W inona 84
uo piu ljve vvoiverine 146
Adventure 6 North Dutte U
Amalgamated 84 4
Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns,
jr., 014 iNe' xorK iire uuuaing
Beatrice Creamery CO
burrough Adding Machine
City ot Omaha 4s, 1118
City of Omaha 4s, 1824
Columbus, Neb., K. L 6s. 1826...
Cuba (Rap. of) Int. 6s, 181
Detroit Billion 6s, 1983
German Fire Ins. Co
Oate City Malt
Independent Tel. 6s. Omaha
Imp. Jap. Gov. 44a, lfte
K. C. M. A O. 4s, bonus
Nebraska Tel alock 6 per sent....
Omaha Oaa 6s. 1H17
Omaha E L. P ts, 1831
Omaha A C. B. Bt. Rv. f. 1828...
Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. p:4, i per cent 634
Omaha-Nevada Mining Co
Sioux City Traction 6s. 11
Blft A Co. 6k, 1J4
St. U I. M. R. A O. 4a, 1833
Trl-Clty R. A L . 6a, im
IJnion 8. Y., Omaha n. c., ex-dlv
New York Minister. Stocks
NEW YORK. tfov. 2S. Closing- quotations
uii iiiiuMig noons were, as lollows:
sou 'Leedvllle Con .,
Brunswick Con. .i.. S
Com. Tunnel stock. 28
do bonds 20
Con. Cal. A Va fto
Horn Silver 70
Iron Silver 166
OMAHA eKNEKAi, MARKET,
Staple and Fancy produce Prlcea Far.
Dished by Bayers and Wknleaalera.
BUUiR-Creamery, No. 1, dellvoted to
" iwuau uauu 111 i-io. cartons, xic; No.
a, 111 i-iu. iuub, ui-o: iso. i, in 1-10. car
tons, bOc; In 60-lb. tubs, &,a.c; packing
eiui.Si , saucy uail .v, IUD9, XaCi M ai -
s.ct ciiaoaes every 1 ueaaay.
KGUei r'resu eelllnn slock, candlsd em
l'OULTKY-Uretstu broilers, ic; springs.
v, oeiia, ill., wum, uv, uncus, 41)fcc; geee
DVic; turkeys, lilc; pujeona, per doa., $1.25
Alive, broilers, under 2 pounds, 13c; over
2 pounds, 10c; hens, 10c; cocks. 6c
ducks, full feathered, c; geese, full
ieamerea, c; turaeys, under 8 pounds, 18c
over e puunus, 10c; guinea lowis, 2s per
dux., plgeoua, 60c per dot.
uYtJ'i'&Ksi Selects, small cuns, 22c; large
toe; giti'oiia, fi.oo, iotk counts, small
Mc; large. 46c; gallon. U.S5; Ualtimore!
ataiidards, amall, 22c: liiige, 3,c; gallon.
L-ldll T.' .. V. . . I. . .
;iao ciciiii vsusm, i(ims( ail sxe
oressea: iiunoui. uc; ounaio, 6c; trout,
15c; bulllieaos, 14c; catfish, i7c; orappies.
aunflsh, i)iulc; black bass, 26c: whlielisn
Im; pike, 1-c; salmon, lio; pickerel lie'
frog legs, -lie. Fresh froaen wlilteflsh. No!
I, Uc, pickerel, dfessed and headieaa, S;
pike, diesbed. Lie; redsiiappera, lis; Span
ish mathciei, lat-i native mackerel. each,
FRUITS Grapes. New Tork Concord, as
sociation pack, per basket, 21c; luu-basket
lota, per basket, 2Cc; California, extra
fancy Flaming Tokays, per large crate,
II. 76; I-cruia lota, per crate, (l.Ui, 5-crate
lots, per crate, extra choice Malagas,
per hbl., $0.60; extra choice heavy Malagas'
per bbl.. Hi.UO; airictly fancy Malagas, per
bbl., SO.W, siricily fancy heavy Malagas,
per bbl., .TOO; extra fancy limed jjranes'
per bbL, I7.&0; extra fancy extra heavy
tinted, per 0D1., asou extra fancy pin La
Botilimii U, per bbl., Hlw.00. Cianbarries:
Wiuconsln, Antler brand, extra fancy
J i-11 bo, per bbl.. llO.t.0; VVlscoiiain, poppy
I rand, liell & Cherry, per bbl., H.bO; Wis
coneln, field run, per bbl., ..uu, fancy Cape
Cod, (7.60; choice Cap Cod, JT.Ou; choioa
Cape Cod, box, Apples. Lxtra Colo
rado Jonathans, per box, U m; extra choiue
Culoradu Jonathans, pur box, U.ii; choioa
Jonathans, per box, 12.00; Missouri lien,
No. 1, lien Lavis, per bbl., Ibo; Missouri
lien, No. 1, Wlnesaps, per bbl., 11.00, Mis
souri lien. No. 1, Gutio, per bul.. ).i.7; New
York extra fancy Red x:dwina, per bbl..
Hi; New York extra fancy Greenings, per
bbl., 4.60; New York faru.era pack, Bald
wins, per bbl., i.75; New Yora farmoia
pack, Gieeuiiiga, per bbl., Ula. Poara:
California, extra fancy Kastie liueria, per
box, (.'.60; Michigan Kieffera, per J-bu. bbl.,
14 00. Oranges: Kxlra fancy Vaienclas, liti!
160, ITS, 2oU and 216, per bux, (4.60, 260 and
i.S, per box. (1.60; extra fancy Florida, 1J6.
160. 170, nuu, 210, per box, .J.2i. Lemons:
Lxtra fancy, J00 and HoO, per box, (6.00;
choice, 300 and SoO, per box. (6.60. Grape
fruit: Florida. 04. 04 and 80, per box. (4.-41.
Bananas: 1.x Ira fancy 1'uri Limon, per lb.,
4c; 6-bunch lota, per lb., Slc. Honey: Colo
rado, per crate, (J if-.
UEtF CU'ii Klbs: No. 1. 15c; No. 2.
12c; No. S. c. Loin: No. 1, 17c; No. 2, 13c;
No. 3, 4c Chuck: No. 1, 6c; No. 2, 64c;
No. 3, 4e. Hound: No. L fcc; No. 2, 6,c;
No. 2, b4c; 1'lttte: No. 1, 64c; No. 2. 4,e;
No. 3. 44c.
VF.GK1 AISLES Sweet potatoes, Virginia
Red b'tar, per large bbl., (1.60; 6-bhl. lor,
per bbl.. (260. Celery: Kxtra fancy Michi
gan, per dos., 66c, extra fancy Muskegon,
per flat box. (1.26. Head lettuce: Fer ham
per, (2 60. Rutabagas: Canadian, per lb..
IVto- Cabbage: Wisconsin, genuine Hol
land aeed, pur lb., 14c; l.Oou-lb. lota or
more, 14c; red, per lb.. 24c California
tomatoes: Fer crate, 1.6u. Oniona: Indiana
Red Globe, per bu., (1.U0, Idaho yellow, per
bu., (1.00; Spanish, per crate. II 60. Fota
toes: Colorado, per bu., 7uc. Fii;s: New,
Imported, 7-ciown, per lb., 16c; 4-ciown.
per lb., lXc; 12 12-oa. pkga., per box, Wc:
60 -01. pkgs., per box. (2 uu.
CUFIi-Mott a. per keg, (3.60.
N l.'TK A Imonds: Hrake seedlings, pal
lb.. 16c; ftlberla, large, per lb., 14c. Fecana:
Louisiana, per lb , 174c; Jumbo Texaa, per
lb.. 16c; medium Texaa. per lb . 124c. Cali
fornia walnuts: No. 1, soft shell, per Itx.
luc; No. L. soft shell, per lb.. 11c. Feanuta:
Raw, per lb., vc; Jumbo, raw. per lb, 7c;
roaaled. per lb., be; sailed, per box. II S.
LA.TKS 30 1-lb. pkga.. per box. (2.25;
new Hallowe'en, per lb.. 7c; sugar wainui.
per box, (1 26; fard. per lb., 10c.
UllUtu. greeu. luv, io. I cured.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Week Starts Out with a Liberal Run
HOGS CONTINUE ON THE UP GRADE
Moderate Ran of heep and I.amhs,
with Klllrra fteady to tronger
and Feeder Steady with
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Nov. 29. 1909.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Ftitlmate Monday 7.300 2J 4.4X)
Kims day last week 8.137
Same day 2 weeks bro.. 9.129
S-ime day 3 weeks nno..ll,394
Maine daya 4 weeks ag.h.lO.ST'T
Same day last year 4.KA6
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle. hos and sheep at Houth Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
year: VOU l'j" In- lec
Cattle l.fl2o.2M 942.903 82,317
Hoks 1.W1.412 2,2(t.4:U 21S.019
Sheep 2.122. S7S l.7.Sotl 66,243
The following tauie shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the laat
several days, w'th comparlaons:
Date. I ia. il90S.liW7.190t.lM6. 1904. 1903.
7 98 5 69 4 831 I 4 6S 4 H7 4 39
7 44 5 70 4 041 6 02 4 63 4 46
1 W4 6 S) 4 631 02 4 68 4 46
I 6 76i 4 4rii ti Ull 4 IMI 4 f.4 4 46
7 884 4 321 18 4 64 4 f.l
7 88 '4 1 5 S7 4 08
S ll 4 1 4 4 4 81
7 974 6 70
6 62 1 3 95;
4 6 I HU
4 72 4 481 4 18
I 4 63
4 67, I 4 20
4 72 4 49, 4 24
4 83 4 47
8 OSHl I 4 07 1 6 00,
B VJ4 0 on, 4 K
5 67 1
llecelpts and disposition of live atock at
the Union .-stock Yards, South Omaha,
C, M. & St. P..
Wabash U. R
Mo. F. Ry
U. F. R. R M
C. & N. W. (east) .. 10
C. N. W. twest).. 63.
C, St. P., M. & O.. 7
C, H. & Q. teast).... 6
C, B. & y. twest).. 99
C, R. I. & P. least).. 4
C, R. I. & F. twest). 6
Illinois Central Ry. .. 5
Chicago Gt. Western 4
Total receipts S28
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company ....
Cuouhy Packing -Co
Armour and Co
St L. Ind. Pkg. Co..
Cudahy, S. St, Paul....
Armour, from Denver ..
W. B. Vantsant Co
Benton, Vansant & Lush
Hill at Son
F. H. Lewis 123
J. 14. Root & Co 21
J. H. Llulla 164
L. F. Husz 3
L. Wolf 15i
McCreary & Curey 70
S. Wertheiinor 36
H. F. Hamilton 344
Sullivan Bros 43
Lehmer Lros 14
Smith & Polsley 0
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.. 44
Christy. Cllne & Co.... 4n
Other buyers 533 3.053
. Totals 7.728 3,024 6.080
CAT'l LE Receipts of cattle were falny
liberal this morning, 295 cars being re
ported In. The market conditions, however,
were none too favorable, owing to the lact
that the quality of the receipts was not
very good. At the ttame time the weather
continuing very soft and sloppy was
against sellers, limiting the demand, es
pecially for some kinds.
v hlie the demand for feeders was not as
brisk aa might be expected under more
favorable weather conditions, there was,
nevertheless, a very fair Inquiry for the
beat kindti and cattle of that description
were the first in the yards to sell. The
prices paid were ateady to a little easier
and from that on down to 5tfl0c lower on
the common to medium grades.
Cows and heifers were sought after, but
the market seemed to be lacking In snap
and It was rather late In the morning be
fore very much businesti had been trans
acted. To quote the general market on
that kind of cattle aa weak to 10c lower
would Just about cover the situation.
Buyers of beef steers were out in the
yarda In good season, looking over supplies,
but they were backward about taking hold
and It waa well along toward midduy be
fore they really got good down to busi
ness. The best beef, which was in ex
tremely lleht nupblv. did not show much
change, but the feeling on inferior grades
was ratner weak.
The trade clused In very bad shape, buv-
ers toward the last not appearing anxious
for the cattle even at the decline, many of
them leaving the yards before a clear
ance v as effected. The feeder market,
especially, closed very bad.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice corn-
fed steers, i7. 004(8.25; fair to good cornfed
steers, l5.Kojj7.00; common to fair cornfed
steers, (3.75''i5.50, good to choice range
steers, 10 6tXf6.2.r; fair to good range steer,
4.76ti.50; common to fair ramie. Blears.
(3.75)4.75; good to choice cornfed cowa, and
heifers, (4.0oy6.0O; fair to good cornfed
cows and heifers, (3.25Q4.00; common to
fair cornfed cows and heifers. (2.503 25:
good to choice range cowa and heifera. 13 75
U4.bo; rair to good range cowa and heifers.
(3.2".'g3.75; common to fair range cows and
heifers. (2.603.25; good to choice stockers
and feeders, (4.26ii5.20; fair to good stock
ers and feeders. (3.75(i 4.25; common to fair
stockers and feeders, 13.00313 76; stock heif
ers, J2.761t3.7B; veal calves, (3.&0o'7.UO, bulla,
atags, etc., C2.76i2i4.66.
Av. Pr. Ho.
816 2 70 6
890 I 76 4....,
fit a 80 4
1040 I 00 I
760 2 36 4
391 1 66
180 8 26 I
..li'24 I 20
..10J6 2 46
..926 I 60
..1100 2 60
235 4 00
1000 1 26
241 6 00 4 180 6 tR
270 I 26 1 160 4 2o
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
8.(7 8 66 t 277 I 76
704 t 70 11 906 4 00
876 2 79 5 1170 4 26
714 I 7 6 4 486 4 26
131 feeders. 1107 6 10
6 steera.... 911 3 90
22 steers.... 906 4 60
7 calvea... 224 4 00
2 calvea... 2f0 5 00
12 cowa 7t6 3 10
11 aowa 80 2 75
11 cows 820 3 60
1 bull 810 3 00
2 calvea... 116 6 00
3 heifera... 663 3 25
16 cowa 920 3 30
10 steers.... 894 3 90
t cowa 772 2 60
G. A. Rasmussen W'yo.
U cows 1059 4 15 1 bull 1670 3 40
13 steers.... mo 4 66 2 steers.... 815 (50
2 cows 935 3 40
HOGS Hogs opened strong to 5c higher
this morning, but soon after became fully
6c higher, later on closing 6&loc higher.
The quality of the hogs on an average was
not very good, running largely to light
weight, so that packers were quoting the
general market, considering quality, as l'i
10c higher than last week s close. The bet
ter grades of weighty hogs sold largely at
and right around kill, that being tho
popular irlce, aa against (8.0& Safurday. On
the other hand, good heavy and choice
light hogs sold aa high as (8.15. The gen
eral run of light and light mixed hngs sold
from (8.10 down. Everything in sight was
sold by 10 o'clock In the morning, the
trade as a whole being In very satisfactory
condition, as viewed from a seller's stand
point. Ki-prekentatlve sales:
No. At. Sh. Pr. No. At. Sh. Pr.
12 170 M M 26 '.29 40 8 10
69 294 t0 106 6 -260 ... I 10
68 12 U'l 6 06 66 2ti 160 I 10
76 '.86 4') 06 14 246 80 10
86 219 120 9 06 70 US 160 8 10
76 211 160 6 06 4 261 Ml 8 1214,
61 20 8 06 47 1 ... 4 12
60 206 80 8 if! 42 240 10 8 12
7 278 120 I 07i 78 21 '.) 8 12
40 266 120 1 07 V, 7. ...... ,18 90 6 12
76 2-4 49 6 07V ....... ! 40 lit
41 248 2ti 8 07V 61 818 ... 6 16
78 824 IM 8 07i 72 127 ... 1 16
10 196 ... 60: 64 2,4) 2i0 96
68 274 . . 8 10 26 2.0 loO I (16
81 214 1 80 8 10 II u0 80 6 06
48 26 80 14 24 118 . . 8 10
67 216 ... 8 19 68 8 1 110 0
66 2 ... I ! It 21 80 I 10
66 22 8 10 72 2S6 ) I 124j
68 236 160 llo 74 .42 2u0 12S
82 228 120 10
SHEEP Receipts of sheep, though con
siderably larger than the early eatlmate.
were smaller than usual on Monday or re
There was a bl irk demand for deslraMe
fat 1 heep and lambs and everything com
ing under that head met with very ready
ssle at prices that were good and strong
as compared with last eek s close. Sales
men ss a rule were guotlng It as a stendy
to stronger market. A few native lamba
sold up to 17 0. but there were no good fed
western to mske a test of values. Good
llRht yrarllnas, a better kind than has
been on the market tor several days, sold
up to ! 4o A amall bunch of native ewes
reached (6 10, with western aa Mgh as (4 fii.
Tho market as a whole was very satisfac
tory to selling Interests.
Several cara of feeders were reported In.
but as thev were nilxd, reuniting a good
deal of sorting, the trade on that kind waa
delayed to a considerable extent, so that
It wss late before very much business was
transacted. Still, when the stuff was ready
to be shown. It met with ready sale at
prices not materially different from those
prevailing last week.
Quotations on Ial Bneep and lambs:
Good to choice tombs. (7 00ff" .65; fair to
good lambs. n.Mru7.00; good cut light year
lings, (5.7.Vii6.40; good heavy yearlings, (5 25
yo.:0; good to choice wethers. (4.7fi( 26;
fair . to good wethers, (4 3iku 4.76; good to
choice ewes, 14 2.V(M (15; flr to good ewes
ri'lV'" 'p"' Ki'4l-'; fair to good ewes,
(3. .Mj 4.25.
Quotations on feeder stock: Good to
choice lambs. (iievyfl iR; fair to good lambs
(6.7Mi6.2f; light yearlings, (6 005.50; heavy
yearlings. $4 6Ofj5.00: old wethers, (4.60'li4 75
good to choice owes. (3.25a3.75; breeding
ewes, (3.76U5.50; yearling breeding ewes
(o. DOtl 6.00.
M western yearlings lift 0 75
13'S western yearlings 1 1 e 5 75
81 western wethers 122 6 2fi
34 Colorado ewes, culls 75 1 60
61 Colorado yearlings 74 a 40
4S4) Colorado yearlings 75 fi 40
204 Colorado ewes 87 4 v.
20 fed ewes 125 4 ik)
39 goats 70 s 10
28 fed lnmbs m 7 00
228 fed yearlings 87 6 05
38 fed lambs , pf, 7 to
24 fed ewes lfj 6 10
103 western ewes 100 4 16
riiYcAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Itrona; Hoga Hlajher
Sheep and Lamba Lower.
CHICAGO, Nov. 29. CATTLE Receipt a.
3L000 head. Market steady to strong;
steers, 6.60ii;.9 .25; mm, 13.6O16.OO; heifers,
CKKCyOO; bulls. $a.04i'4.75; calves. (3.0051)
8.50; Blocker and feeder, (3.75C8 5 25.
HOGS Receipts, 30.000 head. Market 6
f&lOc higher; choice heavy, $s.30r,i8.S5;
butchers. iK.2f.f?S.35: llirht mired Is (,. ir,.
1 choice light, S.10j8.ia; packing. (m.16,i8.2G;
I P'(i. (6.00U7.7R; bulk of .sales, (S.10iS 30.
"'"'i-r AiSIt LAMMS- Kecelpts. 111110
head. Market 10c lower; sheep. (4d0f,.26;
lambs, (b.7.V(i7.60; yearlings, (6.tit7.60.
Knnsna City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 29.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. 14.000 hend, including 1,000 southerns;
market, strong to 10c higher; choice export
and dressed beef steers, (6.26-JJ8.60; fair to
good. $4.70y6.li; western steers, (3.75(trS.fcO;
Blockers and feeders. (3.2tVu4.i0; southern
steers, (3. 403.65; southern cows. $2.803.',5;
native cows, (2.404.65; native heifers, (3.40
fc5.60; bulls, (3.15ir4.50; calves, (3.6fvfj7.50.
HOGS Receipts, 9,000 head; market, 5c to
10c higher, top, (8.26; bulk of soles, (7.9614
8.20; heavy, (,S.15(fi8.2fi; packers and butch
ers. (8.00r88.20; light, (7.60ft,e.l0; pigs, (6.50
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipts, 6,000
head; lambs, (6.007.70; yearlings, (5.20
6.70: wethers, (4.75(5.50; ewes, (4.265.00;
stockrs and feeders, (3.504i5.25.
St. Louis Hie Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 29.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
11,700 head, including 6.600 Texana; mark -t,
steady to 10c lower; native shipping and
export steers, (ti.SOCy 7.75; dressed beef and
butcher steers. (5.2f6.40; steers under 1,000
pounds, (3.75415.10; stockers and feeders,
(3.4n&5.25; cows and heifers, I3.20ijr5.7fi; can
ners, (2.26ift2.75; bulls, 2.75Sj4.26; calves. (6.00
8.75; Texas and Indian steers, (3.50ij6.35;
cows and heifers, (2.00(54.26.
HOGS Receipts. 16.0U0 head; market. 6c
higher; pigs and lights, (6.257.95; packers,
(7.9tJi8.16; butchers and best heavy, (8.20"i
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.200
head; market, steady; native muttons, (3.40
ft'5.00; lambs, (6.25&7.75; culls and bucks,
(2.6(64.15; stockers. (3.254.00.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Nov. 29 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3,500 head. Market weak; steers,
(4.50(57.00; cows and heifers, (2.50r4.00;
HOGS Receipts, 5,000 head. Market 6J
10c higher; top, (8.26; bulk of sales, (7.903
SHEEP AND LAMBS No receipts. Mar
ket steady; lambs. (5.6007.50.
Stoma- City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Nov. 29. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 2,700 head.
Market on killers steadv to casv; feeders
strong; beeves. (4.25ff8.26; cows, " t3.2f.9iM;
feeders, (4.004) t. 90; yearlings, (2.754M.00.
HOGS Receipts, 8.400 head. Market
Btrong to 5c higher; range of prices, (7.85(0
5.10; bulk of sales, 17.954,8.06.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live Btock at the six principal
western market yesterday were as follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
bouth Omaha 7.300 2.900 4,400
oioux uy 1,700 g,400
St. Joseph 8,600 6.O11O
Kansas city 14,000 9.000 6.000
St. LouiB 11.700 16.000 2 300
Chicago (1,000 80,000 30,000
..70.206 65,300 42,600
NEW TORK, Nov. 29.-COTTON-Closed
quiet, iv points lower; middling uplands
14.55c; middling gulf. 14.80c; no sales.
ruiures opened steady; November, 14.58c;
oneicu, ieuernoer, n.u.(i le.eic; January
14.62c; March, 14.8Sc; May. 15.06c: Julv!
16c; August, 14.30c; September, 13.17c of-
rerea; uciooer, 12.6&U 12.B6C.
cotton futures closed barely steady.
November, 14.15c; December. 14.20c: Janu
ary, 14.36c; February, 14.46c; March, 14.66c;
prn, ji.oi.i-; may. 11 111c; June, 14.6H0; July
14.77c; August, 14.08c; September, 12.96c:
October. 12 5.1c.
GALVESTON, Nov. 29 COTTON
Higher, 14 o-iBc.
Oils and Roaln.
OIL CITY, Nov. 29-OIL-Credlt balance
149 bbls.; runs, 278. 50 bbls.; average, IS! 712
bhls.; shipments, 400,480 bbls; average, 201J24
SAVANNAH. Nov. 29. OIL Turpentine,
ROSIN Firm; quotej B, D, K, S.97Hc F
397Hfl4-00c; G. 3.95J( 4 02c; H, 4.154.40o;
I, 4.60c; K. 6 60c; M, 6.8Cc; N. 6.00c; WO.
8.25c; WW, (.76c.
Sua-ar and Molaa.es.
NEW YORK, Nov. 29.-SUGAR-Raw
quiet; fair refining, 3.83c; centrifugal. 96
4.33c; molasses sugar, 8.68c. Refined
quiet; crushed, 6.96c; powdered, 6.35c; granu-
Elgin Ilvtter Market.
ELGIN, 111., Nov. 29 BUTTER Firm at
32Vic; sales (or the week ,64.000 lbs.
OMAHA. Nov. 29 Bank clearings for to
day were (Jtf;2,481.46 and for the corres
ponding date Jiist year, (2.298,926.48.
COLD WEATHER DRIVES
THE NEEDY TO THIEVING
Several Cases Reported to Police
Overcoat, Money and Ice
Cold weather Increased the demand for
overcoats ar.d some one took A. L. Rhodes'
garment out of his automobile. Mr.
Rhodes Is engaged as a chauffeur and left
his overcoat on the seat In a car, standing
In front of the Her Grand drug store. He
went away and the coat waa mlsalng when
With Policeman Wheeler sitting on the
right slda and a stranger on the left' at the
theater last Sunday nluht, J. A. Dunbar
of Corastock, was robbed of a wallet that
contained (84. The money was In a pocket
on the left aide next to the stranger.
Sneak thieves entered the room of Miss
Anna Kelley at 415 North Twenty-fifth
street yesterday and stole Jewelry valued at
Sam Adler and wife of 3229 Harney street,
entertained company Sunday evening and
had prepared to serve refreshments. They
bought a quantity of Ice cream and set
It on the back poih. When ilr. a.id Mrs.
Adler prepared to serve refreshments they
found that the cold aa no bar to thla sort
of feast aa six bricks of the delicacy were
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH 'W
Coroner'! Inquest in Long Case Will
MURDER MAY BE ALLEGED
Capital Offense l.lkelr to Be the.
t harae Despite the apposed ln-7
sanity of Ynonar Wesley
The coroner's lnqw-st over the bodv of
Arthur Iing. killed Weslrv Mcllrlde
Saturday, was not held Sunday, but was
postponed until Wednesday, when It will
take place at the coroner's South Omaha,
beginning at 2 p. m.
The Mc Bride boy
will. It Is said, have
to face a
prosecution for murder In biiHo
of his youth. Insanity win be the llk-Iy
defense. There can be many witness's
called to testify to queer, or itt least tin
unusal, behavior on the part of the boy, who
Is 15 years of age.
The story of the strnnr.e occurrence
created a profound sensation In South
Omaha. The general sentiment rxpressed
was sympathy for the pu:rnts of MrrirMe
and commiseration for the bereaved fam
ily. It Is 4tntlclpnted that the coroner's In
quest will be watched with gnat Interest
and that many will be In attendance to
hear at first hand the hoy's story. It Is
not known whether he will be permitted
to tell the whole story before the coroner's
Jury. It Is not required that he be pres
ent, but ho may appear.
The funeral of tho Long boy has not ve
been arranged, but it will nrobahlv hn
Presbyterian (hnrrh Fund (Irons.
An adjourned session of the Presbyterian
congregation was convened Sunday dur
ing the latter half of the hour of regular
church service. The finance committee
made a good report, showing much prog
ress during the last two weeks. The re- i
port shows an increase In the building f
fund of about (7,000 over the first report.
The first report of tho committee did n t
contain the funds derived from the sal
of the old church. All told the funds on
hand and pledged has reached the figure
of (11,400. The finance committee has been
busy, but not all turned In Ihe subscrlp- '
tlons yesterday. The subscriptions have
come from about seventy members of the
church. The church has a membership of
over 400. and an effort Is to be made In
the next two weeks to reach them all and
find exactly how much will bu pledged.
The church has the promise and the pros
pect of considerable outside aid, if t.'ie
membership rises to Its duty and shoul
ders Its just share of the burden.
With diligent effort during tho next two
weeks the finance committee hopes to ifnt
at least (20,000 subscribed. This will be
within tho church membership entirely
and the figures may be even larger. Out
side aid will probably udd several thou
sands to this amount. This will make It
possible to build a church up to tho pluna
as at present adopted.
A resolution was adopted praising the
work of the finance committee and grunt
ing It that much more time In which to
complete) the canvass. Some of the mem
ber were in favor of still more time, but
thla was thought sufficient.
Paving: Rids Upened Tonight.
The city council will have an important
session tonight at the city hall. Bids for
ten paving contracts will be received. The
last advertisement of paving contracts
brought out about six or eight bidders. Tho
present contracts are still larger than those
at that time. The fuvorlte material for
the majority of these paving contracts la,
asphalt, concrete or the combination known
as asphaltlo concrete. The formula of thla
material la much llko the sarco paving of
some Of the cities. It Is not called sarco
In the specifications, as the surco paving
Is a patented material.
Over 80,000 yards of paving are to be laid.
This will mean a contract reaching fully
Officer Reports Omitted Names.
Paul MacAulay, the truant officer of
Bouth Omaha, has prepared his annual re- j
port to the board, showing what he has--'
found concerning tho enrolled children and
thoso who have escaped enrollment He
says that 433 names have been omitted from
the census report made by the enumerators.
The ways In which the omissions arose are
numerous. Some are at present of school
age who were not at the time the census
was taken, or at least were declared un
der age by parents. Many parents omitted'
names of their older children so they
might send them out to work. Many of
these were declared over 16 years old lo
were still under U. The truant officer Vaa
made up bis report by comparing the pres
ent list with that of a year previous, with
the teachers' class room rolls, the books
of the packing houses and the business of
fices where boys are employed. In this
way he has discovered the omitted names. '
These omissions will cut down the state '
appropriation about (860. The South Omaha
school districts will lose this.
The census showed a compilation of 7,388
names, while the actual figures are over
8,000. The average attendance of the
grades and high school Is about 2,500 short
of the full enumeration.
Magic City Gossip.
The Shamrock club la to give a dancing
party Tuesday evening at Rustling's hall.
E. M. Rohrbaugh I.-) making a report of
the physical valuation of the Union Stock
Yards company. He wus formerly city en
gineer of South Omaha.
The Presbyterian King's Daughters will
aerve dinner and supper Tuesday and
Wednesday at the old cltv hall building.
Twenty-fifth and N streets.
Miss Fannie Slahaugh has returned from
Wisconsin, where she has been for a com Ha
In the school of libraries. She has resumed
her duties at the South Omaha library.
The proceeds of the policemen's hall
netted each South Omaha noliuemiin 1.2 .50.
This money Is Intended to be used buying
uniforms and overcoats for the department.
John Donahue reported to the police last
night that he had been robbed of a watch
and (10 cash. He had been Intoxicated and
In this condition was arrested. When he
sobered UP he discovered that someone
had reached him In advance of the police.
BUSHMANN'S ST. LOUIS WIFE
LANDS HIM BEHIND 3ARS
Rossf to Man's Milwaukee Wire
nrtna Trouble I pain Head
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 29. Samuel 11. Hush-
matin Is In Jail here on a warrant issued
tin Milwaukee at the Instance of Mrs.
Herthn Llersch Hushmnnn of Milwaukee
charlni; bigamy. He waa taken from Mi
home last night, where he was living with
Mrs. Annia Juergens Ilushmann, whom he
married In 1892.
The Mllwuukee woman holds a certificate
which shows she married Ilushmann In
1902. Bushmann does not deny either mar
riage. Last June hla St. Uiuia wife con
fronted him In Milwaukee, whore he had
bei-n living with his second wife. As neither
wife would protiecute they decided lo abide
by his choice.
Derberl E. Goo:h to.
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