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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEU .10. 1910.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET,
, Wheat is Steady and Higher, with
ivECEIPTS C05TWUE TO BE LIG1TT
Offrrlna. Readily Accepted Weather
Over ( lira Brll PiTorablr la lna
t alatlou f More ArtUt
OMAHA. Nov. SO. 1910.
"heat ruled steady an.l higher with only
moderate trad. cs.i markets were firm,
e-mail r--.-l,ts stimulated an active demand
ir all good offerings. Continued diy
weather over tli southwest winter wheat
be.t rand Bliortu ti wnrrv.
V rather over the torn Le t Is generally
ravornhli- to alitnutat a ! etb r movement.
Jraders rtn.,ue tn be hea l h and a.-IIInK
l' the puplar Md t the market on all
Wheat ruled etror.f: and liliilier after
slight reaction at ti. mart, norli were
Mitiiw D4 northwest cafii market ifrinweil
marked imprm etSt -nt. Local cah wheat
wan strong n,i n-r,vt, at 1.- over yesterday.
Coin is hi uv an 1 ftr:n in s input. it'
iTi wheat, c. .nti, iillrmmi wr-i !
liberal but penetsi sentiment ni bea-ish
and checks any irnirkel advance. Cash
torn firm, but rai,ir dull '.run ahlpp.ng
Oerr and softie slower.
Primary wheal receipts wr 714 (HO
bushels and shipment 'Were 1.0"7. ' busti
la. aralnst rec, ij, la t vear of l.n '..n.ooo
bushels and shipments of 'L"Vri bushels.
ITImary rorn ron-lptx were s'.no bnsh
el and shipments we're :,;7.'i hnsheis.
gainst rrt-eijts lust vt ar of ::t,i 0 boliois
and shipments of l-,;t.-i bushels.
'learance were 12.CX' bushels of corn,
l.'Mi bushel of oa'n. ai.d wheat and fiour
.iial to 4iu,fy..b,l .....
Liverpool closed i:id blither on wheat
t and 'i'y'til higher on coi n.
Omaha I nsh Prices.
WHEAT No. I hard. oU'd.iic; No. J hard.
JiliWc: No. 4 hard, 8-"u!'lc; rejected, hard,
Vlc; No. 2 spring. !'u-''iC; No. 3 r.piint.
COHN-So. white. 4T-'i?4Jc, new 3xfcu
8WVc; No. 3 wh ir ij,2c. new 3s't?i ;i''tc;
No 4 while. 4'Vuilc. new XiiH'.c; No. 2
yellow. 4:";i42;.c. new '.-TitOe: No. I yel
low, 42f-42 .f, new rsi'(.T( i.:ie; No. 4 vellow.
411i411c, new :,', i.o.,r; . 4Utl2o, new
ait4"c; No. 3. 4r(Ml new 37Vu'c; no
grade, 17" !c, new :-ltiri".
OATS No. 2 white, teVolui-.c: standard,
VtWfi No. 3 while. 2MW''i:V; No. 4
white. 29.iKUc: No. 3 yellow, 29tr2'4c; No.
4 yellow MVVSe.
BARLEY No. 3. 6"7tfc!c; No 4. ".)17c;
No. 1 feed, KtriSc; rejected hvfiWc.
RYE No. I, 7474'4c; No. S, 7a'7a'c.
Wheat. Corn. Oat a
Chl":o r. U 34 iat
Omaha , li; 22 2d
CHICAGO nAIN AMI PROVISIONS
feat area at the Tradlna- and Cloalagt
' Prlera on Hanrd f Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. SO Buyina credited to
leading mill era put up tho price of wheat
today. Export Bales to France nave help,
and ao did the smallnens of primary re
eelpts. 1 he closo wn firm, to fi7o
net hlRhar. Latest flKurea for corn were
tha aame as laat nlKht to a shade below;
oata 4c up to 'l.c down, and provisions un
changed to SI'io advance.
As the dny proressed ' trade In wheat
broadened and speculation became much
mora Keneral than of late. Purchasers
were encouraKed by the taper nit down of
primary receipts and of further talk of
dry weather southwest. Aid to the bulla
came also In the form of news that ten
boat loads had been sold at New York
, for export to France.
Tha. most substantial support, however,
rose from the fact that mlilera were buy
Injt futures on a large scale, both here
and at Minneapolis, llcaiish comment on
enlarged estimates of tha IniBsian crop led
to a reaction, but the effect was only
temporary, and the close was at nearly the
top figures of tha session. Tries changes
for tha May oirtion ran from 9., to IMVtjp
So wttb final aala at ViiWiy, a net gain
Corn was sharply higher early. In the
ead quotations were almost precisely where
they stood twenty-four hours previously.
May ranged between 4tj"i and 47Wc, closing
at 47H347W a net loss ot a sixteenth. Cash
corn was firm. No. I yellow finished at
Thera was a large trade. In oats. May
Varied from 34 Hi to J4Vc and closed un
altered from last night at 44c
Important buying on weak soots resulted
In a quits general advance for provisions.
Last sales left pork 20 to li-'o hliiher,
lard unchanged to Bj7Hc up, and ribs at
an advance of t to U'a UHc.
Xj41ug futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Opan.) High. Low. Close. Yes y.
2i Koli SliVuM
1 44 ttj V
, m siiAwi,
84 1,1 34',
17 S2V4I 17 00
16 66 ! 18 So
I IT J7V
r. ....... T?H
67) 80 9 72V,
Caeh iiuotatlons war as follows:
FLOCK steady ; winter patents, 14 13
4.b6; straights, JJ.S,Vi 4 40; spring straights,
t4 Sii4.0; bakers. 8a.6t2-4.sU.
KYK No. 2, swut-oVto.
11AHLKY Feed or mixing. 551 68c; fair to
choica malting, 7ftuVc.
HUEUS Flax. No. 1 southwestern, 82.41;
No. t northwestern, 82.6a. Timothy, to.SS.
PROVISION'S Pork, mess, per bbl., 8W-00
Ijn.lfci. Lard, per 1"0 lbs.. 89.77V. Short
ribs sides (loose. Is.OinjM.itfVi; short clear
sides (boxed), U Wii.75.
Total clearances of wheat and Tour were
equal to 4J0.UU) bu. Primary receipts were
804. UX) bu., compared with l.(X,uou bu. tha
corresponding day a year ago.
I Entlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
II cars; corn. 2oO oars; oata, li cars; hogs,
84 "V head.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat : No. t red
lVi!e; No. 8 red. JKWr.Cc: No. 1 hard.
tCu-sc; No. 8 hard. a';Cc: No. 1 northern
I'ruiif, $10iAll.7; No. 2 northern spring.
$1.04jlOi"; No. 3 81(C5(jlOu. 4'orn: No. 2
oasli. 4ivci4Wo: No. 2 cash, 47jfr48c; No. 2
white, 4'4svic; No. 2 whita. 4.4t4io; No.
8 yellow, ijjVso; No 8 yellow, 62ojS2i.4c.
Oata No. 2 cash, HlMil:o; No 2 white,
8;!Wi33c: No. ,8 white. S2',i c: No. 4
white. 8i:ii32ic; standard, tJn U",c.
lit TT1 Jt Steatiy, cieameiica, 24530e;
dairies, 2i ;C7c.
EtKJ.S tiUrady : recrlpts, 2 M6 cases; at
mark, rases included, la'ry :c; firsts, 3Uc;
prlnie firsts, 2.V.
CHEKSH- Ksy; daisies, lo''iTlSc;
twins, li.i Ur; younx ArnerloaJ. lt., y 16'ic;
hnf hitrns. l.-i4 a l;V-.c.
1-oTAToiOS titeadv ; choice to fancy, 45
t4'; tair tn Kuwi. jNti4c.
Itil'LTHT-traU'; turkeys, live, 15o;
dreasetl. Av; (uvi, live, iuc; springs, live,
VF.AL fleady; 60 to W) lbs., ft&lflc; 00 to
85 lbs. 11), 11 - c; Si to 110 lbs, i2o.
Chicago Receipts Whest. 1J cars; corn.
JM cars; oats, M cars, jiliniati-d tomor
row S haai, U cars; corn. cars; oats.
US cara. ,
Kaasas (Itr Grala aad ProTlalaai,
. KANesAS CITY', Nov. S. WHKAT
4Tiiib-r. t1,,i.V bid; Mav, U c, bid;
Julv. i !-,(-, iali. unclisnKed to ic
liluher; N. 2 bard, klc: No. 3, Swutic;
No 2 red, WgUuc; No. 3. i"T:ic.
tXillN-rsx'tmljer. CS.ii ac. sellers;
May, 4i'4l! 4u"nc, severs; Julv. 4v.:tV, sell
ers; casta, itnchaniied c bin her; No. 2
mixed. 4-i.i4.M-; Nj. S, 4J', tivic; No. 2 whit,
fcuvo; N.i, 3, 42'i,4;c.
4IATS I'lulmioi; No. 2 white, 82V,a
84.-; No. 2 mixed Ml;33c.
RY K No. t. 74i-.
I'.AY l'm-hann-l; fholc timothy. ' 814.00
tj!4it rhuii- pialrie, l2 00.
hi TTha Cteamrry, Sit ; firsts, 28c; ss
CIl'U J4 .; psckiliK stiH'a., 2u.
KUU-' Kxtra. Sic; firsts, 30c; seconds,
, ., Receipts. Shipments
Wheat, bu..'. .i wO
Porn, bu 2.1. (0 in
Oata, bu........' t.OuO s.uu0
MT- N NIAAJ'Ol 1
Tet'einbvr. t ll ul1;
fash: No. 1 h.-rj,
$1 Uk.Vkfi'1 V41; No.
No. I a-..-il civ
FLAX t'losed at
CoKN No. 3 ,1K
Nov. W.-WH EAT
May. II 0i'.,u 1 U6H
11 0-4 No. 1 northern.
I luu tbern, SH uojl o;
No. S white.
RYK-Na 2. 74STI
tLol'K-Flrst i.i.ius. 14 8-54 85; Mcond
pstent. 84 7F.f,S nr.; first clears, $3 SHJ S3;
se...nd clears. I.' 2V'o 2l.
KUAN in PO-pound sacks, $a(fi 60.
r.W Y OH K GMKRU MAKKKT
laatatlnaa of the Day aa Varleae
NF.W YOIIK, Nov. " FLOCR Pteady;
apnpg patents. T l.'j o :; winter strsiahts,
14 l"o4 .; winter patents. M4ci4.7n; spring
clear. !4.1V(M4t; winter extras No. 1. 83 4sr
8 i'K winter extras No. 2. 8:i.aSi 1 40; Kansai
straights. 84 i'i4 7n; choice to fancy, 84.2."t
4 4,. Huckwheat flour steady; UH per li
CORNMKAL Steady.' fine white and yel
low, tl i.gi2ti, coarse, 81 lwyl.16; kiln dried,
V. II MAT Ppot market firm; No. 1 red.
HTc, elevator, and t. o. b., afloat; No.
1 northem. Duluth. 31 li. f. o. b., afloat.
Futures market adavneed sharply early on
(ovennn. due to a better export business
In red wht-at and on the strenslh In the
northwest, but loht part of the advance
under ri nl .; im los i vtlc n"t higher.
I'inmVr cloaed at 97c; May, $1-031; July,
t n..'-lol laaikci steady; No. 2. new,
6.':c, f. o b , to arrive, r utures market
was without transactions, closing un
changed; I'ecembtr doted at oSic; May
closed at l;cilpts. l.LS bushels; ship
ments. l.SP, bushels.
OATS spot market firm; standard white,
.tfco; No. e; ,o. J. c; No. 4. 37c.
Futures market was firmer on coverin.
and some im,o oven.ent in tne cash market,
closing uncbatigtd to 'sc hignt r. November
closed r.t 3,s4c bid; Iecember, 3kc; closed
at 374c bid: Alay. dc; closed at 4"c
bid, July closed at J'c bid. Receipts, 48,276
buhels; shipments, l.ilO bushels.
HAY .steady ; prime, ll.liV No. 1, $1.10;
No 1'. ii.i'ro i.-; No. 3, h.iiws.
HtJI'S Steady; state, common to choice,
l:i' l.v.. , i.,1,1 i.-h.-; l acitic coast, l&tiu.
H.i IV; 1W!'. li'i14c.
HIIKS-F1rm; Central America, 21c;
LtiATH Kit Firm; hemlock firsts'. 23V(J
254.c; seconds, :ivt(iic; thirds, l!tf20c; re
I'ROVlsitiNi l'ork, steady; mees, $19.00
V'iO: isiully. $.2 0024 (10; short Clears,
rJO.OOtt 22.(0. Beef. easy; mess, 3l3.o;
nl((i. Ismily, (.i.trr l.iai; beet nams, VIA
ffil.OU. Cut meats dull; pickled bellies, 10
to 14 ins.. 1 1 i,i.;.,; picHied hams, lU.Oi.
Lard, steady; middle west prime, $iov
iu.b'i, remit.-. I, un.-ettied; continent, 110.60;
Houth America, 81.00; compound, 8s.6oia
TALLOW yulet; prime olty, bhds., 7q;
RCTTKK r.asy ; creamery, specials,
Xl'-sc; extras, joc; third to firsts, 2q2i;
held creamery, common to special, 2iif
31c; state dairy, common to finest, 24tt3oc;
process, second to special, 2uMc; fac
tory, June make, first, 24c; current make,
l'OCLTRY Alive, steady; western chick
ens. 1Hj12Vxc; fowls, 12413c; turkeys, 12isc.
Pressed, quiet; western chickens, loiglTc;
fowls. 12317c; turkeys, 151f22c.
KOOS Firm; fresn gathered, extra first,
3I.'y37c, first. 32J4o; seconds, 2yt30c; fresh
gathered dirties. No. 1. candled, 2426c;
No 2, axaiac; refrigerator, special marks,
fancy. In local storage, SSjfiVtc; first, 24
(j24Vkc; seconds, Zl',i'Q2Jc.
WEATHER IJI THH OH4I.X BELT
Ostlaok la for Coatlaned Fair, with
OMAHA. Nov. 80. 1910.
The eastern disturbance continues over
the lower lakes, extreme upper Ohio val
ley and eastern states, with Its center off
the New Lngland coast. Tho weather has
remained unsettled during tha laat twenty
four hours In the sections named and light
snows are general from the Upper lakes
east to the coast this mowing. An area of
unseasonably high pressure overlies the
entire country west of the Mississippi river
and colder weather prevails everywhere ex
cept on the Pacific slope. Temperaturea
below sero prevail in the extreme upper
Missouri valley and western Canadian
provinces and freeslng weather extends
south to tha gulf states. The weather Is
generally clear In the central valleya and
partly throughout the west. With tha very
high pressure that will continue over the
central valleys during the next thirty-six
hours the outlook is for continued fair In
this vicinity tonight and Thursday, with
colder tonight and continued cold Thurs
day. Alinlmuin temperature and precipitation
aa compared with the laat three years:
. 1910. 1908. 1SKJ8. 1907.
Lowest last night 20 48 12 29
Precipitation .00 .02 T .00
Noimai temperature for today, 28 degrees
Lefiiency In precipitation since March i
Exoeaa corresponding period In 1908, 148
llHllltlS.- . . -
deficiency corresponding; period In 1903,
U A. WELSH, Local Foracaatar.
St. Loals General Market.
8T. LOUIS, Nov. 30. WHEAT Futurea,
higher; December, 916917,c; May. 97S4
97Hc. Cash, firm; track. No. I red,
96c; No. 2 hard. 91JTILO0.
CORN Hijher; December, 434; May,
4fiVc. Cash, weak; track. No. 2, 46V4a4Jc;
No. 8 white, 46fc -47 Vo.
OATS Firm; December. SlHc; May, S3Hc,
Cash, higher; track. No. 2. 82c; No. i whita,
It YE Higher, 79HVrO.
FLOCK yulet; red winter patents, $440
64.80; extra fancy and straight,. $3.6O!ij-4.30;
hard winter clears, 83.303 90.
F,ED Timothv, 8.2iJ.2&.
CORN MEAL 82.40.
HAY Firm; timothy, $14.O0ai9.0O; pralria,
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Jobbing,
$17.25. Lard, unchanged; prime steam, 83.M
jitt.70. Lry salt meats, firm; boxed extra
shorts, 810.12; clear ribs,. $10.12Vs; abort
cleara, $10. 37V. Bacon, firm; boxed extra
shorts, $Hjr7Vi; clear ribs, $17.76; short
clears. 111 C: Vs.
POULTKY-Weak; ehlokena, SVto;
springs. 10c; turkey, l"7e; ducks, lio;
PUTTER Lower; creamery, $542 30c
Flcur. bbl 71.000 12.700
W heat, bu r.OuO 69,000
Corn, bu 81,0u0 . iVi.OJO
Oata, bu SS.OuO C7.0U0
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 80. BUTTER
Steady; extra western oraamary, 83c; extra
nearby prints, 34c.
EGGS Firm; Pennsylvania and nearby
firsts, free cases, Siio at mark; Pennsyl
vania current receipts, In returnable cases,
3-Jo at mark; western firsts, free caaes, 45c
at mark; western current receipts, free
cases, 23c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New Torlt full creams,
fancy September, 16c.
TEORIA. Nov. SO. CORN Firm; No. 8
white, old, 47Vic; new, 4iVc; No. 8 yellow,
old, 4ic; new, 4&1c; No. I. old. 4ZVfcc; new,
43-c; No. 4. old, 4tic; new, 42c; sampJs, new,
oATS Higher; standard, 82 Vic; No. $
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOU Nov. 80. WHEAT 8po,
strong; No. 1 red western winter, 7s 3d;
fututes. steady: December, 6a W; Marcb.
im V.Kd; May 7a Sd.
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed, Ss
4Wd; futures, steady; Lieoembar 4a d;
Mllwaakee Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. SO. FLOCR Dull.
WHEAT No. 1 northern, 81 01.O6; No.
2 northern, t! U j 1.06. May, Hba.
OATS 3JVy 34c
RAKLiiY Samplaa. 7VUS0c.
Dalafh Grala Market.
IH'U'TH, Nov. SO WHEAT December,
$1 Oi'a. Ma', 81.07 . No. 1 northern. 81.0JS;
No. 2 northern. $1.00, to $1 01H-
OATS 32 c.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3U COTTON Bpot,
cloaed qu'.et. 8 points decline: middling
uplands. luOOc; gulf. l6SJc; sales, 4tO balea
l'uture: Closed barely steady. Closing
bids. December, 14 7sc; January, 14.73c;
February, 14 fcoc; March. 14 vc; April,
l.u6c; May, lo.ltic; June, 1612c; J uly, . l.lic ,
AuirusL 14 .o.
Hi'. LOLLS. Nov. 80 COTTON Quiet;
middling. LS'-ac; aaiea, 20 balea; receipts.
9 21 bales; alupmenls, 8,164 bales; Block,
lh v.o bales.
New York cotton market, as furnished
by Logan ax Bryaa. member. New York
( ottoo aiciiuia, lis South tUsteentk street,
Month High. Open. Lew. Cloae. lYes'y.
Dec! ... 14 S3 14 85 14 TT 14 78 14 M
Jan. ...1 14 M 14 6 14 73 14 73 14 M
Mar. ... U 11 16 13 14 7 14 99 14 13
May ... 16 !" 16 29 16 11 16 It 16 89
July ... 14 28 16 28 U 11 18 12 U 84
SAVANNAH, (It. Nov.
TINE Firm, itiT7t,Vo.
RihlN-Flrm. t)pe F. $6.88; O, S5.S69
BT IX3U18. Not. SO WOOL Unchanged ;
territory and western medjuma. lUatiw::
j t lua suediuuia, SVac; nne. lAuix
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Violent Break in Prices Uesultingi;;;
from Lack of Confidence.
RTTTTa rrTTrtrrri ta it i tt nnrn;"' water iw.
mj mini i.i i A J t lj x nil.i.n
Retaraa frasa Harrlsaaa Hatdi Msw
Larae Losses la e ICarataaa
Osltsl af gerarlllea larrease
OTer Last Year.
NEW YORK. Nov. . Prirea broke with
some violence In today s stock market, the
active list registering losses that ranged
Iroin 1 to 2 points. No explanation at
tended the decline other than the rather
vague but- general belief that the recent
bull movement had failed from lack of out
Ly way of supplementary rumor It was
thought in many quarters that some oen
readjustment In steel and Iron pr cea would
soon be announced.
Apropros of general financial cond Hons,
It Is interesting to note that the month's
output of new, securities aggregated $111.
Wim,. or more than S37,OU0,"j in excess of
November, lu. Local banking inst.tutlons
have lost from five to six m.lllon dollars
thus far this week to Canada and San
Francisco and banks In Boston and Phila
delphia were today drawing on their re
Returna of the Harriman roads for Oc
tober were uncommonly interesting In that
they showed large losses In net earn.nijs.
Thooe of the Union Pacific decreased $717,
Oai. while Southern Pacific loat STJl.tuO. The
returna of the St. Leuia San Francisco
system for the same month ran from fav
orable to adverse, with a fairly substantial
Increase for the first four months of tht
Ronds were ateadv with extremelv nar
row transactions. Total sales, par value,
Cnlted States bonds were unchanged on
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Sales Rich. Low- Clnsa.
Amalgamated Obpjwr H.eO 47 45V v.t
Atn.nran Aarlrultural ... "0 S 4Si, 41b,
Am. Beat Sugar 3,700 tai K.t, 94
Aniarlnan Oan 4"4 r t
American C. T 2.700 U SOi, il
Anterh-an Ootton Oil (1
Amarlrmn" H AL. pfd ft 14
Am. Ic geeurttlea Lino 177,, 17
A martcajl ltnaeed ....... sue 12 it 11
Amarican LcK-omotlvs 1.4(0 17 9714,
Amarteaa g. A R l.4ta) 7k t W4 7
Am. 8. H. pfd 404 104 V, 14 1B3
Am. Ptel Fmindrtae. an 4At4 4414 44
Am. Susar Keflnlns aoo luvs 11.14, in
American Tobanco p(d 100 MV 94 4V
Amarlean Woolen too S4 34V, rsv,
Anaconda Id In Ins Co 1.100 4014 gv ik
Atnhiscm 10,400 ion, inov, loov,
Atcbiana pfd 1 100 101 V4 oi )oi
Atlanta Cnast Una 4. 114 HUH IU
Baltlmors a Okie too Ultv, l..4 106
Betblatwm Steol loo II V4 II 1,
Brock I, n Kapld Tr t0 7V4 7i 1t
Canadian Pacirio. ax-dlr ) imv t 11
('Mitral LaaUhar 3,oni MUM
Central LaaUiar pM 100 104 Vi 1U6V. lot
Ontrel ot N.w Jarasy ..... xit
,esspeske A Ohio MOO W14 SO 41V,
Clilcafo A Alton 14V(
Chlcaeo O. W., boar tS 83 X2H
C. O. W. pfd 44iJ
Chlease at N. W 400 144V4, 144V, 144V,
C. M. at. p ajo U3S4 U3 m
C. C. C. A it L si
Colorado r. A I 3,400 32 30H 1V4
Colorado A Boulharn M
Consolidated Oas 9.404 131 111 II' 4
Orn Produeta 1,100 ut, b
Delaware a Hudson too luv, 14414, it
tenTar A RIs Orande 4.") i4 r. v,
D. A R. O. pfd 3,n0 7IV, VS,
tatllla Bonuitlea ) sl n jj
rte ,. 4.oi) jjv, 37 rii
Rrle tat pfd too 44V4 44 4v,
Brla sd pfd u
Oaneral Blaetrlo , l.ono K4 lot 1A4V,
Oraat Nortiiarn pfd t.lOO liav, 121S 114
Graavt N oct ham Or, etna... fc t 1714 rT
llllrmla Oantral 109 1S1 lll la
Intarborough Mat. t.700 !-, lt, 1
Im. Mat. pfd l.WO M14 tiv, (IV
Intarnatlonai Harrastar .. 1.400 111 lorn, loov,
Int. Mar ma pfd 1.0 II 16
International Paper lit, it it
Intarnetioaal Pvrmp 2.IU0 4S 4JV4 z
Iowa OantraJ ) 1,14 1,14 i,
Kansas Qtr to 7is1 3114 SOVi 3t4k
K, C. So. pfd (4
Lavclada Oas 1,100 l.v, I0ST4 114
LoulsTlll NaariTllle M 142, 141, 141 V,
Minn. A at. Lou I a 37
M., t P. A S. a. M tov ins lsov, io4
M., K. A T SOO tl4 tl 3
M., K. A T. pfd 10 41 41 41
Mlaaourl Paclfle T.4O0 44i ttH 44
National HlacH 100 111 111 111
National Load 300 34 56 V4 0&V4
N. R. R. of M. 3d Sid f
Naw Terk- Oantral. 3,Boi 118 110 HftM
N. T.. O. A W t. 10 4144 41 41
Norfolk A W. ox-Hr...ai; rt
Noeth Amartoaa rW nv, aot, 4044
Northarn Pacifl ' 3.414 114 114 114
Paoirta Mall J I2V J"4
PwinarWanla 1 4,uv lsv, 1H lthti
Paopla's Qa tuo nt I06V4 lu6w
P., a. C. A St, L K
Pittsburg Coal TOO 11 11 18V,
Proioad gtaal Or 4u4 314, 31 31
Pullman Palace Car 143
Rallwar Staol Spring 100 ISV, 33 11
'Roadtng 1UJ0 147 147
Hapublla Staal 1,0 !) 11V4 IIV4
Kapublle Staal pfd TOO 0V4 16 K
Rook Island Co. ........ ... I aru lit, 10
Rook lalaod Oo. pfd to 46 44 44
an. L A S. F 14 pfd too 40 t ls
St. Loots S. W M N 34 34
St. L 8. W. pfd 3-0 61 64 6a
loao-ghartald S. A t 300 30 60 4
Southarn Pacjflo 33.0IO 114 114 114
South am Rallwar 3.100 35 34 3fr
o. hallway pfd 41 6 SO
Tannaaaos Cbppar l.ff, 34 ti 14
Texas A Paalfle , 34 r 3R
T., St. L A W too 33 K K
T , U L AW. pfd luv 37 37 64
Cnioa Paoltla Ut.luo 174 171 174
t'nloo Paclflo pfd L409 xty jn4 tt
United Btatas Roalty 47
Vnttad stataa Rbbar.... l.on 33 13 11
United States Staol S1. 77 76 7
U. . ti prd l.ve 117 117 117
Utaa Ooppar 4 4 4S 44
Vs. -Carolina Cbomloal . l.a 31 4o 41
Wabaak 100 14 14 14
Wabash pfd 8,t(e 36 11 34
Western Maryland LKr 44 44 46
WaMmrkouae BUetrie .... 400 41 7 44
Wasters Union 71 71 10
Whaallna A U B I 4 3
Latilsh Valley KM 111 110 10
Total salsa tor tba sax, 744,700 scares.
Now York Maaey Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. SO. MONEY On
call, easy, 24 2, per cent; ruling rata, 2H
per cent; closing bid, 8 per cent; offered
at 2 per cent.
TIME LOANS Firm; sixty days. 464
per cent; ninety days, 4 per cent; six
months, 4 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE! PAPKR 6;&V
6TERLINQ EXCHANGE Steady with
actual business In bankers' bills at 84 rm't
4.8-36 for oo-day blila and at HSbtsj for
COMMERCIAL BILLS-HSlSlfd 82.
SILVER Bar, too. Mexican dollars, 460.
BONDS ts-overniiieat, aieady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds war as
V. A rot. Ss, !.... Int. Met. 4a 7
de sea pea loo Int. M. M. 4a 44
V. A 3a. rag 11 Jaoaa 4a 11
de eeapea 11 do 4o 44
V. S. 4a, rag 114 4 8L C So. lat U ... TJ
do raupoa lu L. A dak. 4e 1ML, M
AllloOaal. 1st 3a... 77 L. A N. anl. 4s M
Am. A3- s 1S M K. A T. 1st 4s.. 47
Am, T. A T. ev. 4s. 104 de sn- 4s St
Am. Tsosose 4a..-- 7v Ho. PaeUla aa. 14
4a led N. It. R. of M. 4S 4
earmovr A Ce. 4s 91 "N. v. c. g. loa ... 91
Atoblsoa sea. 4s.... a do deh. 4s 93
do ev. 4s lot N. T , N. B. A H
do ev. 3s 14 , as 111
A, C. L. M 4a... 94 N. 4V W. 1st a 4s.. St
Aal. A Ohio 4a..... M do ev. aa v
do 3s No Pacific 4a 7
do g. W. 3s... (). 34 701,
arook. Tr. ev. 4a... ti o s. L rft. 4a ... 93
i-aa. ol bo. U I'-, pona. tj. lxt 1VL3. 44
(on, Laothar 3s do eon. 4a ha
c. of N. 1. g. ta..lr2 Roadlng gen 4s..... aa
4-haa. A OhK, 4Vas-lul a U A S. F. ft 4s 81
do raf 4e 4 4a gan. 6a kit,
Ctuoaao A A 3a. 1 gt. L S. W. c 4a... 76
C. A A Q J. ,4a. .. M de 1st gold 4a 1
do can. a ... r; g. a. u 74
C M. A S P. s s 1 So. Pwe. col. 4s.... 91
O. R. I. A P. e. 4a. II4 do 1st raf. 4s M
do rff aa ago. Halloa 4a 107V,
lo. Ind. to 74 da SOB. 4a 74
Voloi Mid. 4a 4S VdIou Parlfte 4a....ll
C A S. r. A e. 4a 47 4 CT. 4a a-4
D. A K. e. 4s.... 94 de lat A raf. 4a..
D A R. O. 4s..,.. 94 9. Rubber 4a... 1-2
da raf. 3e V. S. Staal 3d la....l"l
Matlllara- 4s 74 Vt-iar. tm 4a..
Erta p. 1. 4s U ftabaah bN as !(
do so. 4a 14 do Lat A ex. as... awl
do ca. 4s. sor. A.. 14 Wasiarn Md. 4a ... 44
do aorta B M Waaa, I lac. ew. to... 41
n. aiac. e. 3a.. .144 w la Ontral aa ,24
III. Can 1st r. 4s 97 Mo. Pat. ev. 3a 12 o
New Yeik St-olaa Slocka.
NEW YORK. Nor. 30. Closing- quotations
tlons on mining stocks ware:
Alice Uttle Ohio! IS .
Com Tannol stook.. IS) Mastoaa ao
de booda 13 On lane g,
Ooa. Cal. A Vs..... T3 oa.ir M
Horn su iter Siandard .- 44
lorn Sllaar 1 Tallow Jacket 3
loadrllie Oon. 10
Quotations furnUhod by Burns. Blinker
A Co., 449 New Omaha National Rank
Alma. Nab., snuoioapal 4a
ad Uioaat Is. 1H lal
Cli ad Ontat ra .
ij ad Omaoa 4a IMS m itu
ny KatiMtai bank bids 4a, 1st ,,
j.lakr for, ins CO. a ltsa 344
Naliisa A-. 84. t la. 134 31 Ua
rsrr a. a r. ft. in
ro-mot ("Tssmerr Iwt g. 4 ser e
HrtT, Nh itnwnt'-lr-ah
l.rrnMf p-remHt Hrl-S pfd
Portland Csment iat (ts.
1'I i. v
I"l . .
. .. ISO
lKroult Itspol Tr , l. t
rt-.in St Ht. t'o. . 1JL2..
lirh.,n St. I, Tl U. 114 ,
M ntiepoln li L. is ,
'l.rk Teleptatne t "o ,
Rr. . 114
Omaha c B H Rr. 8s. 19....
Omaha ( B. SI Ut. ptd 4 pw
n.h C. . St. rty . rem
r"'i Kail. Dank nitk, sr oma
imui ,a r a. sen. aa. ll ...
St. Leu n RrvsMna; An n tm, 1I4...
Union StoX Tarila link, u-dlt...
laado. Ito.k tl.rkel.
IXlNIxiN. Nov. 80 American Securities
wore quet and featureless during the early
trading today. First prices showed .i;ht
gains, but the market essed off later and
at noon values ranged from unchanged to
H higher than yesterday's New York clon
ing. Ixmdon rising stock quotations:
Oonaola. money 7 UvularlMe a Nash. .147
Mo.. Kan A Teaaa.. 14V,
4S N Tor, fantral . ll'.v,
Nr. a Wast, tix-dl.liv,
l"4 do pfd eu
104 Ontario A Waatarn.. 41
A ma I. Copper
do pid ...
naitimora a Ohio, .l'isva Pennriama ta
Can. Par., ai-dlr ...i Rind Mlnee .' iu
Cbaaapealia A (Ihio.. S3 Readme 77
till. Orsat Waatem. llv, gnulhern Railway "" M
(111.. Mil. A Sl. P. 1M do ptd , 4, Z
Ta Raera. aa-dlv
. 1" Southern Paolftc ,...n
. 11 I nlon Paa., ox-dl..l"
. 74 do pfd .',
. r V. 3. :ael. ax-dl... 7114
..4kV, do pfd Hi
. 17 1, Wshajrti irt,
. W"4 do pfd 37
.137 Spanlah 4a m
Denrar A Rio O
do lat pfd
do 3d pfd
I llllnnla Centra!
SILVER rtsr, steady at 25Sd per ounce.
... v.i r. 1 ui' irr cenu
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 4i4j per cent; for three
months' bills, 4 l-ltTj4 per cent
Rostnn llnltiv storks.
BOSTON. Nov. 30-Closlng quotations on
stocks were as follows:
Allouas 41 Mohawk 4
Amal. Coppor ar t, Nerada Con ll
. Lj a S 17 Nlplaatnc Mlnas ... 104.
Arliona Com 1 North Uutla 11
Atlantic Ncrth Lka 7
B. a C C. s. M 14 s-oid Dominion 40
Butta Coalition .... 1 Owaola I2i
Cal. A Arliona 61 spanott g. A C... 13
Cel. A Hecla M wulncr 73
Oentsnnlal 14 Shannon nv
Copper Kana-a C. C 4 guportor 41
Eaat Butta O. af 14 Suhartor ABM 7
Krajvalln l Suparlor A P O '.. 11
Olroui Con 7 Taniiroc, 37
Oranbr ton H V. g. g. B. A M.... 33
Oreana Cananaa 7 do pfd 441,
lala Moyala Copper.. II I'tah tm. lit,
Kerr Loha T ptab Copper Co 4
Lake Cppar 14 Winona t
La Sails CYjopar 7 aWolTerina lib
Miami Copper lv,
New York Cara Market.
The following quotstlons are furnished
by Logan A Bryan, members New York
Stock exchange. 816 South Sixteenth
street. Omaha: u"
Bay State Oai. Sl Laroaa 4(4
Boat on Cona tv, Ne. Consolidated '.' '.' 30
Butta Coalition II Newbouaa 1
Cactua 33 Ohio Copper j
Colno 3.1 Rawhlda Coalition ..4
Chlaf Cons ..- 1 Rr Central u
Fraotlon 31 Swift Pkf Co 103C
Daria-Dalr 1 soars-Roebuck Ce. ..l)Sa
Kir Central 13 Rlltar Pick ...
Ely Conaolldatod ... 33 Suparlor a Pittsburg 14
Ely W'ltoh jl Tonnpah Mlnlns .... 314
Franklin t Trlnltf Copper ,
Ooldfleld Floranoa .. It, North Lake ... 7U
Goldfleld Dalar 7 Bohamla "' 4
Grotna Canansa .... 1 Ollbwax T4i
Inspiration 34, ,
OMAHA, Nov. 30 Bank clearings for to
day were $2.6o9.64.18, and for the corre
sponding date last year. $1,983,218.72.
OMAHA A liULRSALE PRICKS.
BUTTER-Creamery. No. 2, delivered to
the retail trade In l ib. oartons, 82c; No 2
In 80-lb. tubs, 31c; No. $ In 1-lb. cartons'
80o; packing stock, solid pack, 2UVIC; dairy'
In 60-lb. tuba. 23-4(340. Market changes
every Tuesdsy. "
CHEESE Twins, lSVtttnVwO; rouDg AmtT.
Icas, 18c; dalslos, 13o; triplets, lgc; lim-
1 S . J unca, ia4o; imported
Swiss, 82o; domesUo 8wiss, 24c; Block Swiss
' AsOC. '
aPJ?LTRT-D?", broilers, under 2 lbs .
15 i do,5 : over 2 ,b"- Uc- bn. lawsioc
cocks 10V,c; ducks, 17c; geese. 16c; turkeys
26c; tiigeons per dos., $1.20; homer squabs
Per dos., $4.00; fancy squabs, per dos.. 32 60:
No. 1 per dos., $3.00. Alive, broilers, 14Vt,0:
er2 "S" I?,'' i"m, 10c: old roosters, 7o
old ducks, full feathered, loc; geese, ful
feathered. c; turkey 1, I6&IS0; guinea
fowls. 2oo each; plgeoaXper doa, 60c;
5Slfeti,i!nPeKdo;- vW No. , per
dox.. $1.60; No. 2, per doa, 60c.
FISH (all frosen) Pickerel, 11c; white
22: k I' e"1' sJgvrw crapple,;
80c; Spanish mackerel. 18r. eel. 18o; had
dock. 18c; flounders. ISo; green catfish. 20c;
roe shad $1.00 each; shad roe. per pair
hlburt0llc,, rr iot- Mc; imo-.
No. 8, 8V40, Loin: No. 1, 17o; No S. lSa-
No. 8, 8Vn. Chuck: No. i, 7-c- No
No. J .70. Round: No. i. No 2 7Vo:
FRUITS Oranges: California navela 4V
12 sues, per box, 82.7o'tri.OO; small sixes
Kx bW'-76: nrl1' ' IW
box, $a.6a Lemons: Laurel brand extra
fancy, 4) size, per box. $S.60- itS slxs 5 r
box $4.00; choice. 800 ixe, per box ViS;
JuO sise per box. $6.00; 24t) site. 60c per box
lesa Grape fruit: Florida, 46-64-tK- sIms!
per box, $4.2534.60. Bananas: Fane. ,e
r bunch, $2.2.60; jumbo. py
773.76. Pears:, California VViSTIr Nelfis
per box $2.30. Apples: Home-grown c'ok
i'l?' ffl b as'Ts'' Wisorl Jonainati.
Im th Mi6,: '"ourl Ren Davis, per
at is. S; U"url VVlneaaps. per boL,
$4 26; Missouri Uaoio, per boi., $4 00- ottier
varieties per bbl.. 84-oC; Nw"YoVk Green
ing and bald win, per Dbl.. $.0; Colorado
Jorathan per box. 82.10; wash ngon
Gravensiein, per box, 31 80; California
Beileflower. per box. ilsu Wun Z!
il ?i,0id,n n.d Joitban, extra fancy.
83 to lit, sixes, SiiV Grapes: CallToinia
Emperor, per crate. $L76; New York Ca
lawoa. per 8-lb. bsk.. 2001 Malaga, tsjiti
P.V ""-.f-r " J'v0. CraioerVles:
Per box, $.,5; per bbi.. 17.60; bell and
h.Ii".',.,.'''., per Jbb.1' i Wisconsin
BUt.f.nd.iJuiV,lnd Lt Howe branda
Sf, bhbi-: tW W' . D!:le,: "r bran" n,,
o l-lb. pkgs. in boxes, per-box. 32.26; bulk
In 70-lb. boxes, per lb.. 7tL Figs! New i3u
lornia. 12 U-os. pkgs.. 36o: ii T 12-oa ckaa
per lb" 13cl' t"urowu' r w-crowu.
VEuklABLES Potatoes: Early Ohio in
sacks, per bu.. 90c; Iowa and vVliTonain
white stock per bu.. 76. Sweet pott
toes; Virginia, per bbl.. VtO; Kanaaa T bar
bbi., 82.00. onion.: Iowa, red andelljw
per 0.. -So. Indiana, whita? per lb ' te.
bpanlsn, per crate. $1.40. Gal.c: tixtV.
lar cy, while, per lb lac; red, per lb., lia
i-gg plant: Fancy Florida, per Ooa Sawi
Caiery: Michigan, per dos. bunches. 3&c
California Juinoo. p,r doa ' buncnea 76c!
Rutabagas: Per lo.. lo. CuouoiberaT Hot
bouse. 1 and 2 doa. per box., fi-tai. "roSa
California, per e-bsk, Trate, 81 Wl
Cabbage: New, per lb.. la Suina and
wax beans: Per nkt bsk.. $1.30. lettuce
Extra I.ncy leaf. .r doa.'- Fa.r,
tancy home-grown, per. dos, fe-inchea. sio!
Turnips; per mkt. bsa.. S6c Carrot.: p7
irikL bsk.. 40. Beets: Po, nikl tMk iZ.
lb.. So. ILicAorynuis: Lai.s, per jo tL.
small, per lb.. . Cocoanuis; Per saok,
P?5 'J- "on-r1 frames.
Coffee Starke a.
NEW YORK. Nov. SO.-OCXFFEB-Fu-'turee
opened eteady at an advance of lt
lo Points this morning in. response to
higher European cables. At the beginning
business was not very active, but la.er a
"'iiiu ueveiopeu Wlln big local
roaatera' buera of the near months and'
tf spots, while European houses took
large amounta of March and May. Ther. ;
was also bullish news from Braxll as to :
the prospective crop and auppi.e, remajn-l
Ing In the Interior, and prlcas advanced
very sharply during the afternoon, almost!
f v.0' iv poauUons making new j
high reeorda for the aeason. Th " cl.Ise
was firm at a net gain ot 2i3v point. I
eaiea. 12,2.t0 bags. Iecember,l0 4c: Jan
uary lo.toc; February, lu4o; March. W 47c;
lo"?- a May lti4.c; June, l.46c; Jiy'J
-- ... p .w.ww, oci'li-moar. 10 41-
October 10 31c; Novemeber, 10 Sue
"" closed 1 to lv, francs net, higher
Hamburg was V6. ptg Bt r liner
Rio. 10U reis 1 lower at 73 275. Santo. uni
changed. 4e 1$ SoO; 7a t$ 'nk Recoipta at the
fV.i'rt1?1""1? I"' U U" bs' agalns"
87,000 bates; Jundiahy receipts, 22.2W) baas
against 23, 600 last year.
SSpot col lee. firm; Rio No. 7, 13iil3c
antoa No. 4. 139:sVc; mild coffee firm'
ordova, 12't4316o. '
NEW YORK, Nov. JO SUGAR Raw.
firm; muscovado. s lest $.43c; tentrif ugai.
9 test, $ic; mo!as.'e.. f. test, llbc Re
fined sugar, quiet
Wt. Joeepa Ihe , Market.
BT. JOSEPH Mo, Nov. S0.-CATTLE
Receipts, l.uoO brad : rrarket, etrong to 10c
higher; stoers, $4bi.t6 60, rows and heif
er a KOajdl"; calves. 3-t 0ti 16. -
H(j(BV ltelpis. t,6ot' lead- market
steadv: top, $7 16; bulk 87 (xH7 it
SHEEP AND LAMBS dtecaxpts. 1 3UI
head; market, strong to lua higher; lambe,
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Active at Good,
HOGS nVE TO TEH CENTS LOWES
Fat Sheep aad Ewes Tea to Flfteea
Ceata Hlher aad Fat I.amfcs
gtreaa, with Feeders la
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 3", lflO.
Receipts were: Tattle, lloea ghceo
Official Monday 4.94S 1.8 7 II 9S1
Of fii-lal Tuesdav 3
lotlmste W ednesday .. 4.212
Three days this week.. 13.1?3 1R 4 I2.12S
Same davs last week. .. .IS, 707 Pi. 36 611
same daya 2 weeks ago. .2T..773 1S.0V4 l"U2;o
Same days 3 weeks sgo. .14.115 7.6 M) ITS
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 30 41 8.1-' 9'..W2
Same days last year 19.447 13.8..2 21.02
The following t-nle shows the receipts of
esttl hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date as compared with last
ear: join ums ine Lee
Cattle 1.134...W2 1,031. (0 106,671
Hogs 1.7W.2M 1. 997 074 241.K20
hep 2.M1.1S2 2,0 1.38 828,797
The following table shows the average
prices of hoes at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Dates. I L10. 1309.19(.1907.1. 11305. V0.
8S-I T 88! I 4 821 S 1; S4I Sl
8 9.'-l 7 9- 5 3TI 4 01 1. 4 Ml 4 49
I I T 871 8 7" 1 I Ml 4 I -
I S 77 I 3 (21 3 9i' I 4 72t 1 48
RSV ' 8 041 I 4 071 3 001
I 3 041 R FKi 4 2rt: 3 021 4 37!
Nov. 2s ISM, vl 1 s 1.-1 aa I t OT1 4 721 4 44
Hlshop Thomas wos too overcome for I
Nov. 30 . 1 I 991: g u, 5 6s 4 601 6 M; 4 42
Receipts and disposition of live stock st
the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha.
Neb., " for twenty-four hours ending at $
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C. M. A 8t. P 8 4$..
W'abash R R. 1 1
Mo. P. Ry 9 8 8..
V. P. R. R 42 83
C. A N. w. (east).... 7 4 1..
C. gt N W. (west).. M 22 1
C, St. P.. M. A O.. 11 2 8
C, R. A Q (east) .... 16 11
C, R. A Q. (weot).. IS 7
C, R. I. A p. (east).. 9 9 2 1
Illinois Central Ry... 5 8
Chicago GL Western 8,1 1
Total receipts ...1R7
Cattle. Hogs. Cheep.
.. 4rtO 1.2(10 673
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co.
,. 1.159 946
Armour A. Co 786 ' 2.614
W. B. Vansant Co 142
Renton, Vansant A Lush 2
Stephens Bros 103
Hill A Son ..: 31
F. B. Lewis e.
Huston A Co
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
U F. Husx
McCreary A Carey....
H. F. Hamilton
Smith A Polsley
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co...
Christy A Cllne ,.t
Totals 4.878 7.905 6.298
CA 1 1 LE Cattle receipts continue small,
leaving the total for the three cays this
week at 13,100 head, as against 16.. 00 head
last week and 26,7(JO bead for the same
days two weeks ago. On account ot the
light receipts the market continues In very
strong position and entirely satisfactory to
the selling interests.
Buyers of beef steers were out early this
morning. They went after the offerings
In a hurry, so much so' that the markst
was fairly active, while prices were good
and strong. This meam that fat cattle at
this point are selling right close up to
Cows and heifers were also strong sellers
and the trade fairly active at the advance.
Prices have been gradually working up
every day and the market la around IO&I80
higher than last week.
Blockers and feeders were In good de
mand this morning, but the supply was
light and prices strong. - Everything at all
desirable sold In good reason and the mar
ket could safely be quoted around lO4L0
higher than last week.
(quotations on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, 6.0Otj.7o; fair to good
beef steers, 86.2uu4.00; common to fair beef
steers. $3.;6ti620; good to choice cows and
heifers, $4 2oii4 90; fair to good cows and
heifers, $3.6044.20; common to fUr cows
and heifers. $2.75ftS.60; good to choloe
stockers and feeders. $4.&tJp6.85: fair to
good stockers and feeders, 83lv4.60; com
mon to fair stockers and feeders, $3,264)
8 30: stock heifers, $3.00ie416; veal calves,
$3 50ft7.76; bulls, staga, etc., S3.26&4.75.
Quotations , on range cattle: Choice to
prime beeves. K.60a 76; good to choice
beeves, $0.0035.50, fa.r to good beeves, $3 70
(34 40; good to choice helfe-s. 34.04-4.70:
good to choice cows, $3.S05-4 4; fair to good
cows, S3.30fc3.o; cannera. $2.73.60.
At. Pr. No.
.. 940 4 40 14....
..DM 8 34 M..
....llsl 3 TO
....1440 3 7
,...U10 8 90
....1364 8 93
....1163 3 410
....1411 4 03
1073 3 40
14 3 60
3U3 3 40
1120 8 40
U. ., ..
1143 8 33
6-. 794 8 93
3 ,. M IH
3 304 8 16
3 414 3 A
3 1104 8 40
...1013 3 38
...LOZl 4 00
...1011 4 03
...jm 4 13
... 474 4 30
...im 4 a
7 M I4t
13 1001 8 43
3 1004 3 43
3 ft III
34 TS4 3 43
4 Oil 3 79
3. l'0 3 73
14 luce 3 30
473 4 43
944 4 40
llii 4 44 '
..-.taut 4 33
T43 4 73
1017 4 40
..... 943 3 S3
3 T13 4 00 3 ,
11 in itt 3
14.. .......... X9 4 33 8
T 77 4 33
1 .'...1440 I 90 1 ,
S 1IW6 4 03 1
l... 140 4 10
..1430 4 33
..14U0 4 33
10 343 3 T3 1.. 1A9
L 310 4 30 1 140
8 . ... 34 6 30 L 14 f 73
L SaS 8 40
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
A 340 8 39 19 331 4 30
3 tit I 00 9 113 4 40
1 44 4 13 33 ...lan 4 to
11 714 4 44) 30 ri 4 TO
4 TA 4 3d T.... T13 4 73
4 470 4 30 4 IU 4 40
10$ feeders. 948 4 86 $ bulls 1160 S 84)
2 steers.. ..10u0 4 88 t feeders., 73 4 40
A. C. Lundaren Idaho.
18 cows 1118 $ SO 4 oows 1000 $ SO
$ bulls 1436 4 00 S feed ere.. 1012 8 00
1? feeders.. r4 $ 00 1 feeders.. 76 4 60
I heifers.. 808 4 84
Howard A Andrews Idaho.
42 bulls 1262 8 68 1 bull Iu60 S 88
$ cows 936 8 76 82 cows S87 4 $0
13 steers. ...1125 4 90 2 steers.... 9 6 90
10 stockers. aoO 8 60 $ calves... 36 6 24
HOGS Receipts of bogs this morning
were again quite moderate, bringing the
total for the week up to 16,400 head, as
againat 19,9uO head for the same days last
week and 13. SOU head for the corresponding
period a year ago. After adanolng stead
ily for three days the market this morning
experienced a deoided reverse. Buyers
started out talking extremely bearish and
first bids were safely llkgliie lower than
yesterday. Sellers began cutting loose on
bids that were lira lower than yesterday
and quite a number of boga aold that way.
Later on as it became apparent met re
ceipts were not very large and the demand
waa really good prices finned up until the
market waa not over ao lower. This means
that the market aa a whole was otitic
lower than yeaterday. It will also be noted
that the trade waa Just the reverse of yea
terday, that la It opened lower, gradually
becoming higher, while yesterday It opened
higher and closed lower. Practioally every
thing In sight was sold by 10 o'clock U
Na. At. as. Pr. Ma At. 3k. Pr.
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SHEEP Receipts of sheep were light
sgaln today and the total for the week Is
very much smaller 1han for the corre
sponding period during recent weeks. A(
the same time the demand Is holding up
very well, so that the market is in a good,
Psckers were all looking for sheep this
morning and were all out early with the
result that the market opened In very good
season with prices on the best selling sheep
around 10.ul6c higher than yesterday. Very
good fed ewes sold up as high as $3 i. with
wethers at $4.00 and yearlings as high as
$0 16. it might be mentioned again In this
connection that buyers are discriminating
acatnst heavyweights. Thus, while weth
ers of desirable weights are selling up to
$4(i0. others weighing as much as 140
pounda aold yesterday down to $3.50. It Is
the same way with ewes and yearlings,
buyers all looking for the handywelghts.
The supply of fat lambs was small this
morning and the demand good, with the
natural reauit that offerings commanded
Btrong prices and the trade was active at
the advance. Right good fed western lambs
sold up to $6.66, which was 5c higher than
anything brought yesterday.
There were not enough feeders in sight
to make a market. A few lambs brought
$o.00, which looked like a good, firm price.
In fact, the feeling on feedera was if any
thing strong and orders in the hands of
buyers are far in excess of receipts. It
would take a good liberal run to supply the
demand, but as already noted receipts are
small and are not likely to be very large
for some time to come.
Uuotationa en stuep and lambs: Good to
choice lambs. 36.2i'.a0; fair to good lambs,
S5.5oUii.26; good feeding lambs, 346046.26;
fair feeding lambs. 84.OU4H 6u; light common
lambs, $3.004.00., riandy weight yearlings.
$46Oyo.00; heavy yearlings. $3.V(i'4.60; feeder
yearlings, 83 7604 36: good to choice weihers,
$3.164.16; fair to good wethers, $8.6013 76;
feeding wethers, HIV4I6O, fat awes. $3.26
tj3 8f; feeding ewes, $2.13.00; cannera $1-60
17 Wy online- lam ha
82$ Wyoming yearlings
519 Wyoming ewes
123 Wyoming ewes
47S Idaho lambs, feedera
72 Idaho lambs, feeders
600 Idsho latnba. feeders
10 Idaho lambs, culls ........
736 Idaho lamba
171 Idaho lamba, . feeders
70 Idaho ewes and weihers.
2X7 Idaho ewea
iV9 Idaho lamba ,
3o0 fed lambs ...
S3 lamba, culls .
lf.7 fed wetbers ,
64 fed ewes
131 fed lambs..'.
69 fed lambs
18 fed ewes
12 fed yearlings
377 fed yearlings
2t native ewes and wethers.
2 native lambs
8 native lambs
W native ewes
2fe So. Dak. lambs, feeders..
68 fed lambs
41? fed ewes
114 fed yearlings
24 fed ewes
26 fed ewea culls.
72 native lamba
23 native ewes ,
CHICAGO LIVH STOCK MARKET
Demaad for Cattle Weak lloigs Slow
CHICAGO. Nor. SO. CATTLE Receipts.
K.OUO head, market, weak; beeves, Sd.boij)
7.60; Texas steers, $4.S0ii6.40; western steors,
84 2&V&6.60; stockers and feeders. $3.3Ui5.60;
cow-s and heifers, 32.20So.80; calves, $7.00y
HOGS Receipts. 89,000 head; market slow
at opening figures, although a few light
butchers' grade sold st $7 .26; light, $.7(i
T.12V9; mixed, S6.sO4r7.30; heavy, $6.75Q7.80;
rough, 86.76(tt 9o; rood to choice heavy, pi 90
C7.20; pigs, $6.3a.90; bulk of sales, $6.96
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta 80 000
head; market strong; natives, 82.2fg4.30;
western, 82.7KU-I 25; yearlings, 84.tV(io.25; na
tive lambs, $4,25-56.70; western, M.6oiapS.6S.
Kaaaae City S.lve Stook Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. SO.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4.0UO head, including 100 southerns.
Market for heavy fed steers weak to 10c
lower; others steady to strung; cows Btrong
to 10c higher; dressed beef and export
steers, So.efl.OO; fair to good. $4 506.50;
western steers, S4.2642o.60; stPkers and
feeders, $3.76041.20; southern steers, $4 0Ug
650; southern cows, $2.754 50; native cows
$2 6S(3.00; native heifers. $3o(ijtl26; bulls'
$3.40ti4oO; calves, $6.0068.00.
HOGS Receipts, U.OjO head. Market
opened 6c higher and closed strong; bulk
of sales, r 06uJ.li tieavy, $7 06Vg 7. 20; pack
ers and butchei;a,$7.0&8'7.20; light, $7.00jf
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta 4,000
head. Market eteady; western yearlings
$fi.76; lambs. $6.100 50; yearlings. $4.76tr
6 75; wethers, $3 7buA .26; ewes, $3.5064 00;
stockers and feeders, $3-0Oii4 0o.
St. Loals Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUI3. Nov. 80, CATTLE Receipts,
8.803 head, including 20t) Texana. Market
steady to strong; native shipping and ex
port steers, ti.tsmn 26; dressed beef and
butcher steers, $t;.2f'87.00; steers under 1.000
lbs., $5.0Jj.50; stockers and feeders. $3 trrf
$26; cows and heifers, $3.7636 26; carreers,
2.75413.26; bulls, S3 2G&6 00; calves, $5 feu 00;
Texas and Indian steers, $4.6036.60; cows
and heifers, 33 00-4450
HOOS Receipts, 4.300 head. Market 10c
higher; plga and lights. $7.0051" $6; packers.
ST26&7.40; butchers and best heavy, $7.2tj
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, $700
head. Market steady; native muttons, $3.30
&4.O0; lambs. 84i7.00: oulls and bucks.
S2.5033.OO; stockers. $22608.26.
Stork la Mlaht.
Receipts of live stock st tha flva principal
western markets yetserday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 4,&1 7,6") 7 2-av
6t. Joseph 2,OuO 6,500 1 5110
Kansas City 6,t) H.OOO 4C)
St. Louis 3J 6.2 3 700
Chicago 26.0U0 8S,0u0 SO.OuO
.40.500 69.200 4.SuO
NEW YORK. Nov. 30 METALS Stand
ard copper, quiet and steady; spot and fu
ll res. 312 40tf 12.46; Lake copper, locally 212.00
till 28; electrolytic, $12 STVtaTS 00; casting.
$12 60 and $12 76. London, an-ady; spot, to7
6a; futures. Ion 8s 9d. Tin, firm; spot and
futures, I37.0ir(j37.40. London, firm; spot.
(164 Ion; futures. 1170 5s. I-ead, quiet; $4 45
E4.56. New York, and S4.8u04.17, East St.
ouls. London, 13 13d. Spelter, quiet; ...
4.1686. New York, and $.",.77V,iP5 .62, East
St Louis. Iondon, Cil Iron, Cleveland
warrants, 49s 3d In London. Locally,
steady; No. 1 foundry northern and No. 1
foundry southern soft, $15.26; No. $
foundry, $15 75.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 80 -M FT A L8 Lead,
steady; $4 87V,; spelter, firm. $6 90.
Grala Bayer Is Roaad Over.
YANKTON. 8. D-, Nov. SO.-(SpeclaJ)-Before
Justice La M. Yeatmen, Charles H.
Kerr, formerly manager and grain buyer
for the Farmers' Elevator company at
Mission Hill, was bound over to the circuit
court on tha charge of embexxlement, the
amount belog a little over $1,000. The evi
dence showed that Mr. Kerr, who the last
few months has been working in Sioux City,
snd M brought back on extradition
papers, had used the company funds for
speculating on the Minneapolis Board of
Trade The bonds were fixed at $2 000 ana
Kerr la still in ths bands of the sheriff.
Indians Pay Big
Fees to Attorneys
Testimony Taken by Committee in
Oklahoma Shows Payments of
PIERRE. S. IV, Nov. 30 .-(Special l-Notea
taken from the atenoa-raphlo reoit of ths
hearing in th Investigation of attornevs"
charge, which was made by the Burke
committee In Oklahoma last summer, and
now aummarised for presentation to con
gress at the oiw-nlng pf the session, contain
flmirea showing that different attorneys
have collected from the Indian of the
countt y nearly Itono.ooo. While the recom
mendations have tint yet been made publlo
in full, the statements of Chairman Burke
of the Investigating committee show that
such recommendations will be forthcoming,
which, it carried out will prevent the
practices of the last year along such lines.
Three Weddlnas at lleroa.
HURON. S IV, Nov. 80 (Special. )
Carrol M. Rldenour of Topeka. Kan., A
slngtng evangelist, and Miss Parra Lee
Bryant were united In marriage at the
home of the bride's parents. Joslah Bryant
and wife, hy Rev. (. W. Elliott of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. Rldenour will make
their home In Fort Renton, Mont.
A triple wedding occurred In the Russian
settlement In Iowa township Sunday. Ths
contracting parties were David OlanseV
and Susie Wailman, Joseph F. Waldner
and Kate Waldner and Samuel Waldner
and Rachael Waldner. Although several
of the names are the same, the parties
belong to entirely different families and
are no relation.
Little Roy Scalded tn Heath.
SIOUX FALI.S. S. D.. N6. . -(Special.)
WJille playing with a kitten. James Frank
lin Hubbard, not quite 2 years old, who
was visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson, who live on a homestead
In Lyman county, In some manner knocked
a stove leg from under a stove upon whloh
a kettle of hot water was standing. The
hot water wss spilled over the unfortunate
little hoy, Inflicting burns from whloh he
died a few hours later, after suffering ter
ribly. MISSING PHILANTHROPIST
RETURNS TO HIS HOME
M. A. Naylaad of Kaasaa Clip, Who
Disappeared After Leavlnsr Large
Ran, to Charity, Reappears.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. SO. M. A. Nayland
of this lty, who last week gave $00,00
to charity, and then, went Into se
clusion to avoid the plaudits that he
dreaded, reappeared at his home today.
Asked why he gave three-fourths of hit
fortune awayhe said:
"I had a little money. I saw so many
peole worse off than I was that I wanted
to help them a little. That's all there Is to
"Where did you hide" he was asked.
"Oh. I went to a hotel here in the city,
where I have been all the time. When I
decided It was all blow n over And the people
had forgotten all about It, I returned home
and here I am."
Nayland, who Is 71 years old, found a
great mass of letters asking for financial
aid awaiting him when ho returned to his
COLD WEATHER WILL CONTINUE
Low Temperature V4I11 Prevail
Throacboa Mississippi Valley
for Several Days.
WASHINGTON. Nov. SO.-The maximum
of the cold wave, tha first general' on of
the season, now felt practically all over
the country east of the Rockies, has not
been reached. Colder weather is predicted
for tonight In New England, east of New
York' and the south Atlantic and east gulf
states, while the weather bureau's Indica
tions are that there will be freezing tem
perature In north Florida and frost in the
central portions of the state tonight Storm
warnings are displayed on the great lakes
and on the New England coast.
The cold, It is predicted, will continue for
several days over the Mississippi valley
and the eastern states. Freeslng tmepera
tures have been reported as far south ss
the interior of the gulf states.
CHICAGO, Nov. SO. A drop of from 15
to 20 degrees in temperature, accompanied
by a steady snowstorm, swept In upon the
olty today from the northwest.
TRUST MAGNATES TO JAIL
Seateaoes Asralast Officials of Karat
Stores Affirmed by Federal '
NEW ORLEANS, Lj4.. Nov. SO. Ths fed
eral circuit court of appeals sitting here
has affirmed the decision of the lower
court In the socalled naval stores trust
case. Two of the officials of ths Ameri
can Naval Stores company were sentenced
to serve three months 1n Jail, while firs
men were given fines aggregstlng $17,500.
The sentences were pronounced May 14,
1909, and ths cass was taken to the ap.
pellate court cn a writ of error with fifty
It was announced last rlav thst an ef
fort would be made to certma-l the case
to the supreme court of the t'ltte-l States.
Spencer P. Shotter of Savant; il, tA airman
of the board of directors it , .7, My
ers, vice president of th- can, j,v, 11 , were
given Jail terms In addition to 1.! fines.
George M. Boardman cf New Ti'.-'Y; B. 8.
Nash of Savannah, and Kmr) toiler of
Jacksonville, Fla, were fiii.il to ly.
LAWSON'S CLXRK. KILLS SELF
Maa W4" Copper Maanate for
Quarter Million Jaaaps la
Front af CWr.
BOSTON, Nov. SO John F. Donahos of
Lynn, for twelve years a confidential clerk
In the employment of Thomas W. .'
son, the financier, committed suicide today
by Jumping- In front of an elect rto train
In the Washington street tunnel. The cause
of the act Is unknown.
Donahoe became prominent In lsoj by
suing Mr. Lawson for $250,000 for services
which he claimed included ths arrange
ment of dealings between bis former em
ployer and former Senator W. A. Clark
of Montana. J. Edward Addlcks of Dela
ware. F. Augustus Ht-lrxe and the lata
Henry If. Rogers of New York.
The case. It Is understood, was settled
out of court. iKinahoe was about 64
Most Food -4a Paleaa
to the dyspeptic. Eleetrto Bitters sure dys
pepsia, liver and kidney complaints and
debility. Price 50c. Sold by Beaton Drug
Co. Bond Man Wanted
A large Investment bowse desires 4e
saaks errwng- nts with aa acttvs loaal
dealer or a reliable yoeagr aaaa te aU
bonds la Omaha aad vicinity. Aa saoellsas
opportunity for aa energetic suaa, wlsttlng"
to build ap a stable business.
Finance, V. O. ties Sag. Stew Terk City,
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