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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1911)
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
With Lack of Newi in Wheat Prices
Are Again Sag-ginj.
MILL EIMAND BEING SUPPLIED
Receipts of Corn An- ftttll Moderate
aad t nmmtrrlil Pnalllon at
task Article Reported la
OMAHA. Nov. . 1511.
With little or no chance In th char
erter of the ni governing ;n wheat
tiatie. priors again sagged under llttie or
n t.lf firm Liverpool nrrc lowrr, and
Arirt-ntino nil v leva continue of tne most
l'Hiih I'Hiur. Heavy distribution if
W!'fai ni,,n-s going on and the mill
ing demand will soon be well supplied
making rash wnrat dk.
Kec-ipti tf corn are an, I very moier
ete, and (lie commercial position of the
tnsh article li on a Strom basis. The
early spring dornnnd should easily he
counted on to absorb all offering made
during the Hint run to m.irkit of the
Vheai ranK,l Imor on lov.fr cablet
and e,w cuh cemand. Conditions are
ftlil favoring the se.img tliiu and no ad
xanre Is expected.
Cnfavorahis wetther prospects, wl-.t-h
are m-.ajing the curing and marketing
of corn. eucoura:;ed bu ere today and
alues advanced 1.0
I'rlmary wheat receipts were 1,M1 CO
tuMiejt and shipment were JkQ
bushels, against receipt last year of
l.z.w.tj busneis and anipmtnt ot uo.ouo
I'rlmary corn receipt worn R2V0
bushel and shipment were :iO,iiO bushels,
against receipts last yrar of tl.OuO bushels
and shipments of 4:.:.0 bushels.
Clearance were 22,100 bushels of corn.
9.4ml bushels of osts ana wheat and flour
eutial to Hf.l.lTO bushel.
Liverpool closed uK.d lo
lid Sd higher on corn.
1 ha following cash aalea were reported
Wheat: No 2 hard. 1 rare, KCc. No. 4
hard, 1 car K4'tc: 1 car, 2c. Corn. No. I
white. 1 car, tu.40. No. yellow, 1 tar.
"V. No. 1 yellow, 1 oar. .o; 1 car,
Vlr. No. 2 mined, 1 car, &iv. No. I
inlxed. 1 car, a. No. 4 mixed, 1 car,
v. No. 1 white, 1 car, new, file. No. 4
yellow, pew, 1 tr jic. oata: No. 4
1 car, ir.'.c.
Omaba Cash Prlora.
WHRAT-No. 2 hard, !Xi97c; No. t
Iiaxd. Ht-'uKTo; No. 4 hard, llj!Hc; rejected
COH.N No. 2 white. Oi',fir,SHe; No. 2
Jhlte, efU-fj.jHiic; No. 4 white, SiVa'ITVic;
Jo. J. color, tiTVaWic; No. 2 yellow, H
'c; No. 2 yellow, ,i5;fiSi,4c; No. 4 yei
low, 7j1i'c; No. 2, N. 3 corlli
'a'l4(:;No. S, new, uicc;; No, 4, now,
OA Tfl Standard. 4r.Vt'fl l.".icj No. I
' -r'V.Haci No. 4 while, 4.V845C.
; HA RLK k MalttJiK, II. lift l.SS.
, iti'iC-No. 2, hGruH,c; No. a, W3c.
, L'arlut Hcreipta,
Wboat. Corn. Oat.
. 7a 172 7
76 21 U
IUICACO CHAIN AX D rROVI.IIO.'V
Vealarea of the Tradlna; and t'loalnc
1'rlcea u Board of Trade.
C'lUCAUO, Nov. . In a wild flurry,
wiuxu today aold jouer thun at any tune
uico ilif kovci iiiiiint btuan auit attaanat
tue L'uilcd btHlcH Mtvl corporation, 'i he
tbJcf caunn ot th break In inie wa
av fulH report thai a lederal iiitllrtmenl
kaa been returned kehIiihi the Armour
Oraln company aa tiia rcatilt of an al
k'Kl corner In wlnat.. At tne clone the
market waa comparatively ateudy, but at
a. net decline of i to 1 Vol to. :orn
allowed a loaa of Hd to Ho from Balur
ay niKht, oata finlahed unchanKed, to
Wo to V off, and boa products bu to luc
The descent from theTilxh bolnt of the
way In the Wheat pit to the bottom level
touched waa 20 for December. Not
withHtandliiK thut the federal, grand Jury
bere was not even In aeamon the conN
deni'a of the tradera auffured such a
alKH'k that the lecovory at the cloae
did not rully the markei more than c
from where the attunpouu had been
brought to a hull, 'i here waa a wiue
apread ImpreHBion that before the break
In prices the ptiitclpul longs hud aur
reptltloualy been 011 the veiling side.
Moreover a big Increaae In the visible
aupply total had a deprroMlng effect, lie
iween the opening and the cloae, leceni
ber flurtuuted from K.'VjC to IHJiU, with
Uft aulea lVa4jlc down, at :"4o.
Corn, after aelling higher on account
f wet wvather, suffered a break with
whoat. leceiuher ranged, from 2o to ttiiic
arid doited weak, ,Vua net lower, at
.'ui"c Caah grades were In more
plentiful aupply. No, 2 yellow waa quoted
A fair demand from, commission houses
proved enouKh to muko oats relatively
ateady. JUkIi and low limits recorded for
ljcceruber were 4iii 4tiS. and with
the close at the lata named figures, a net
decline ot Ve.
IrovlHlona had a strong undertone, due
to good Inveatment Inspired by the
KirniiKer market for hog, offerings rahie
, only from longs who dealred to secure
profit, in the end pork was up 10u,
lard be to 7Vio, and ribs be to 7Vii
Vjuotatlon on leading productn were!
Artie I, Open. I High. I lAiw7c7ose.7Yary
Ml, 1 to
. ilay.lbt ".vrSl
JUlV. tji t'U'l
4CX.1 4 ft ti
4IVU7 4uVi1J 44
1,ur. I .. I
Lard I (
Jan. I t X
May. I 4HJ' 4,,
itls I I
Jan. I I2V4I r.
May.j IMI Ikl
IS I 17HM
S2M,j I X7s I 20
4i'Y ISO I 45
Cah quotations were a follows:
KlAJl'll Weak; winter patents, 4.!0fli
': atralghta, H 7;,M ; spring patenta,
. 1 11.. alralglua, J.0Oku4.u, baktrs
KIK-Ne. 2, Mo
ItAKJKi' reed or mixing. 7ocUll.04;
fair to choice malting, tl.l.ul..
hKKIib 'i'lmothy, lAtxo lii.uO; clover.
lKoulUN.s-Meii pork, per
115 iu. ilt, lard, per luu Iba.
short nb, sides (looi). . l:1,. '
, Total clearancea of wiu-at and
weie euuul to fcd.tH-H) bu. i'rimarv recemia
weie bu., cumpared with l.iai.iKM
bu. the correeponuiiig duy a year ago.
'i he viaihle supply ot wheat in I lie I'mted
flulua llareumd .'.:l.l l.u. tor the week
'J I e amount of bieauuiuff on ocean paaa
kku inereaMed S.ui.i,uou bu. Estimated re
eipu lor tomorrow: Wheat, lu care-
ru. Ja cars; oulx, 157 cars; hogs, u Wo
Chicago Cash I'ricea-Whrat, No. t red
'V!v; No. 1 red, r.'tr.KK'; No. 2 hard'
rlx till.oj; No. I hard, i;'!h;; No. 1 north
ern, l.u,4il.i; No. 2 nortiiern, M"lu;
No. 2 northern xl.OJ'u l.ui; No. 2 spring'
Jl.O'l.W; No. spring, Hctitl.U8; No 4
spring, gM"til.vO; velvet than, (KMtiHW
uuiuui, auctt sl.04'4. Corn, No. 2. ijhi.'oc'
No. 2 Wtute. '.441 .ic; ad, 2 yellow, ,4.u"
'.tc; No. 2. 7.ih,4c; No. 2, new, guiiw; is0
a white. "jii.JVi No. wane, new, ti.u
0c: No. 2 eliow, 74i1i;5o; .No. I yellow
iew, c; No. 4, i.uljr; No. 4. new"
W(uU',T-; No. 4 white, 7;vil."3c; No. 4 wiuie'
new, ui'miWc; No. 4 veilow, 7ii4r,4'c'
No. 4 yellow, new, Wv.i Oala, No 2.
-c; No. 2 white, ehto'c; No. 2, Wvc1
tsu. 1 white. 4o-i4Sc; No. 4. 4fc'c; No 4
Whtte. 4-S'(47c; atandaid, 4;W4SC
Jv V K No. 2. io.
' iiloTll V-l3.v-u 15.56.
iiAKI.K V J rji ii.
LAl Kit- 14.Mu2U U).
hi Tl tit-bit4d) ; creameries, 24ViIi31c:
Cult lea. 2ji:'.v.
KiiUS i-lrm; receipt, 2 433 easel' at
nmik, cages incliMeU, Kii.c; fuata.' or
dinary. 2JJ4-; prime firna, 2C-'.c
CliUsK hteudy; dainle, H'.iiH
twloe. Hvnl4,c; long horns. l4"-.eV'
l'orATUMv-ii;oii; W 'laconain, 7oi",J.--Michigan
and ilinueaota. iv-j.m. Jtece.01.'
't l.VRV-I.lve Irregular; turkeys lie'
chiikena, tc; apiinga, PMc. '
V &ALr-SleaUy at iV'olA-.
Kaaaae lly l.rafu a ProvUloaa.
1CANKAH CITV. Nov. -W'llKAT-'aah
lu loaer, No. 2 hard, 7i. b ti M No 2
vj i 1 t4 . No. 2 re.l. .a-, No. 2 f4!ijo.'
ie.'rinher !.; May. IK-, July, nVr
1 Ull.N -l nciiMiiVed; No. 2 mlxe'd Tic
t. '.uV'jilc, No. 2 wh'le, Ju'c; No. i
... t . I
TO'tr; Iccembrr, CMiAZSc; May, Qe; July.
A 1' F- t'nrliane-rd and alow; No. 9
while. 4"M-Uc, Su. 1 mixed, 4t'-4g47c.
HAV-Hteady; choice timothy, llf.EOtf
.v rnnii-n prairie. IJ.'viTJ ld.i0
lU'T 1 Kit t rcamery. Ss.e; first,
sei-otii's. 2: parkins stock, too
l:.:U-Kxlraa. Kk ; firsts, fcb; seconds.
wheat, bn JM 0O1 17 t1
Corn. bn... t! ' 17,in
Oats, bu M.0"il 11,000
M:W IOIIK UKMiRAL MARKET
Qootatlona of the Day a Varloaa
kkw vonit. No s.ri.nrft-Qiitt:
winter alralghts. t4.2nfi4.i10; winter pat-
"li', I.3.i4. u. spring clears, 4.S..'li4.onj
Kaniiia alralghts, tl.7s'i4i. ftye flour,
teaily; fair 10 good, t.VfXt f-.io; choir
to fancy M.x.itf, 40. inickwheat flour,
quiet; V'llte per K0 lbs.
coilNMRAU-RcaJv; fine white and
yellow, tl.oi-I.S,,; coarse, l.tiljl.0O; kiln
HVK-Kaay; No. 2, Wfro. c. I. f. Buffalo
IIAltl.KV-Easy; malting, ll.U01.25 c.
I. f. Huffolo.
VHKAT-Spot market eaay; No. t rd.
V' elevator export basis and MVkc f. o. ft
afloat; No. 1 northern Liuluth. U.12H
t. o. b. afloat. Futures market wag
steady at the opening on cornmllot
house buying ohd covering, but declined
harnly on bearlah foreign newa. Includ
ing large world's export and ftvoratle
Araentlne crop news and on large re
ceipts liberal Increase In the vlatble And
In sympathy with the outside markets,
clolng l'-ko net lower. December. M -H
i'.'.'c. closed Mll-ISc; May, l.ni-l?J
10ft 2 IU. clotcd 11.04; receipt a, 4.1,!i00
bushe's; shipments. 413,1(4 bushels.
CuRN f!pot market steady; export!.
No. 2 corn. nominal, afloat; future
market waa nominal; receipts, 1.12J
OATB Ppot market firm; standard
white. 6.V In elevntors; No. 2, Mc; No.
I, I2e; No. 4, Mr; natural whlta and
white clipped, ilWitfiHe on track; futures
market waa nominal; receipts, 71,678
H A V Quiet ; prime, 1.30; No. t, tl.2f
1.3D; No. 2 fl.jnv'l.2; No. 2. 11.10.
HID 11 Q 11 let ; Central America, Zlo.
LUATIir.lt Finn; hemlork flmts, 2T.U
27c; seconds, 22i4c; thirds, l'.0 21c ; , re
jects, 16c. '
HoI'H lrm: state common to choice
131 1. f,a-a',7c; Faclflo eoaat Jttll, Wftv,
PUOVIHIONS-Hork stauy: mess. I19.7H
17. 2fl ; family, IW.OOij 21.00; ahort clears,
tlC.7.r,317.GO. beef, steady; mess, 13.fpV(i
Mtm; family, 111. 5"t 14.00: beef harha,
BUYWW. Cut meats, steady; pickled
bellies in to 14 pounds, ICVano; pickled
hams, HflUHn. Lard, firm; middle west
prime, I9.a0iii9.g0: refined, firm; continent,
:-7fi; Kouth America, 110.40; compound,
TALJ-OWBleady; prima . city hhdi.,
f!c;' country, 6'aHi7c.
KUOH-Firrn; iresh gathered utrit,
KuMic; extra firsts, flQMr; firsts, 242,.'Uc;
held fresh, poor to prime, l21a; re
frtgurator. lrt season's storsge charges
paid, 21!22r; refrigerator, first, on dock,
liiili'Oc; western gathered whites, &3o.
CHEEHK Firm; state, whole milk cur
rent mrike, specials, 14Vio; state, whole
milk current make, average, ll'fi32o;
POULTRY Alive, dull and weak; west
ern chickens, 111412c; fowl, ll12ttc; tur
keys, 18c; d reused Irmginar, weatwn
chickens, 7JJlic; fowls, 7Ji6ci; turkeya,
nt. Loala General Market.
ST. LOUia, Nov. 4-WIIEAT-Ixiwiir;
track. No. i red, s4'ti!c: Nr. 2 hard, Wlo
C$1. (W; Iccemler. 3,c; May, 90'Ac
CORN Higher; trak. No. 2, 71Vt72e;
No. 2 white, 71Vi'a72o; December, 4c;
OATS-Higher; track, No. J, 4S4c; No.
2 white 4u4!iic.: December, 4Ho.
KLOL'lt Hteady; red winter patents,
14 006.00; extra fancy and straight, 13 Hi
tlK, hard winter clears, 3.4tfl.B&.
BF.KP Timothy, I14.0mui6.60,
C ) H N M K A L IS. 30.
l'RAN-Hteady; sacked, east track,
MAY rlrm: timothy, fll.OOfflCS.00; pral
I HOV'lhloNa Pork, unchanged; Job
bing. H6.1&. Ijird, higher; prime steam,
iN.WdiH.W. Pry salt meats, unchanged;
boxed extra ahorta. I.7: clear rlba,
K.tKiR.g74; short clears, W.iaSi. Rut on,
unchanged, boxed extra short. Hlttt;
clear ribs J9 K7H; short clears, IIO.I.'U.
Pot'LIRX Plrnt; chickens.
springs, ',l,c; turkey, 14c; duckf, lie;
goes,, 9c. ' .
lU'TTKR-Kteady; creamery, I43lo.
i;ua8-Flrm; tl-SSr. -
Flour, bills 12,uu iS.ono
Wheat, bu Hl.imo M Ouo
f orn, bu 4.1,is ' 2i.ono
Outs, bu 4H,tXW H,W
llnnrapolls drain Market.
MINN F. A l'Ol, in Nov. l.-W'MAT-te-cemher,
tl.tuV'I.OZTki May. ll.OiH; July,
ll.uti'i; caah. No. 1 bard. 11.04: No. 1
northern, ll.03'; No. 2 northern, tl.WliU
i vi'i; r.o. a, reviriW'fco,
FLAX U.WhI ll.
HAUI.ICV 70 Hill. Is.
CORN No. yellow, tR-aTOo,
OATtJ No, 3 White, 4il(4Wru.
R Y F. No, 1. ( HS7c. .
HHAN r IK 22.20.
1'1X1'R First patenta. tj.OOflS.SO. sec
ond patents, 4 tlCu4.H0; first clears, fS.tW
I. So; aocund cleurs, ti.4i.fa ISO.
Mllwaakra Urala tlarket.
MILWAIKKK, Nov. l-WIIBAT-No.
1 northern, il.tfiftl 07; No. I northern,
II. WSl.i; No. 1 velvet chaff. .C0tl.O4;
No. 2 velvet chaff, Il.uutll.u2; No. I hard
Winter, Wk'dllil; May,
liARLEY Maitlug, 11.121.22,
Llveritool Urala Market.
UVKKPOOU Nov. . WHUAT-Spot.
steady; No. I Manitoba, 7a lud; No. t
Manitoba. 7s 7d; futures, easy; lecember
7a 2;d; March, 7a 2V,d; May, 7s Id. ,
CollN 8pot. quiet; American mixed
fis 4xd: iuiures, iirm, January, i jsd:
February, ia 74. 1
M.OL'U-Vlntr ptueuU. 17a Id,
. Peoria Market.
rrORIA, Nov. 6,-CORN-Lower; No.
I yellow, 72ic; No.. I yellow, 72c, No. t
yellow sr,U70c: No. 8 mixed, 71c,
OATS-riieady; No, 2 white. 47c; stand
ard. 40; Nu. 2 red. 4c; No. 2 mixed.
A lalkle ftapply of Qrala.
NEW YORK. Nov. .-The vltlble ajttr
Ply of grain In the Called State. Noremv
ber 4, aa compiled by the New org Pro
duce exchange, waa aa follows: Wheat.
U.'i.lW.fa) bushel, Increased 2.M1.00 bush
els; Corn. 1,072.000 bushels. Increased 797 .
OHO bushels; oals. S...Uh0.tX bushels, de
creased 2100m bushels; rye, l.lffl.Ua) bush
els, increased 14ti.U00 bushels: barley, 4
M4.00O bushels. Increased 3iH.0tJ bushela
The visible eupnly of wheal in Canuda
iHst halurday, Novenilver 4. was 10 7.14 .
buahela, an Increase of 2.7U4.000 bush
els. Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 6.-COFKF.E-Futures
oietird firm at an advance of Isjr
U Points in response to higher European
cable, private reports front Havre indi
cating that th advance there had bean
due to bullish Hrailllan crop accounts
based on continued unsettled weather In
hao Paulo, continued covering aud buy
ing by leading longs. There waa a good
deal of reaming around the Initial
figures, and prices turned easier during
tne day In the absence of aggressive sup
port, with the cloae barely steady at a
net advance of (ai3 point a.' Halea, l.2W
bags; November, 14. 6V; December, 14 sic
January. 14.30c; February, Ik-; March
1S7M-; April. U72c; May. 13te; June
lltsk-; July, U.6ic; August, U2c; Sep
tember, 12.gc; October. 12 tWo.
Havre waa l'jl'i franc higher. Ham
burg waa In IK, pfg. higher; Itio 60 rels
lower, at aA; hantoa 4s, 150 rels higher
at li'iu. 7a, nominal.
Receipts at the two Hrailllan porta,
us.U. against 3.V0M last year. Juudlahy
receipts. 4.0uO. against 26.2u0 last year.
Wet Mther waa reported In all sections
of Hao Paulo. New York warehouse de
liveries Sat unlay. i6. against t.lio last
year. Today'a special Hantoa cable le
(Hirled 4a Q reia lower thla morning,
no 1'aula receipts, 2l. against M.ujw
this previous day. Late offer from
liraicll were aald to be a shadd easier
in aonie caaea.
HiKit coffee, quiet; Rio No. T, lRSt) lfo;
Huntoa No. 4. Hi7c. MUd, dull; Cordova.
Uiuaka liar Market.
OMAHA. Nov. (.HAY No. 1, fit 00: No
2, Ill.iX'ii 12 i; coarse, liutiu, packing
stock, f, mti u0: alfalla. 14 uo. Mi aw;
Wbtal, lo.Vjyj.iO; rye and oala, i.iu.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Prices Adv&nce Under Lead of Stand
trd Railway Iimei.
ACTIVE EUTK0 LIFTS MARKET
Heavy neallslng- Keep Advaaeea la
tkeek Wklle Stacks Are
pllea Pleatlfally oa the
NEW YORK, Nor. 4).-Vnder the lead of
ine standard railroad Issues Blocks were
anvancmi again today. The movement
waa preceded by a period of hesitation
In the early trading When a majority
of the active storks sagged below Hat nr.
day t close. Active buying lifted the
market and during the. remainder of the
session price were held firmly..
Heavy realising . kept the mrkel In
checg. Ptock were suiiDlled r-'ehlifullv
on, the advance but the selling ceased
wnen tne market snowed sign of weak
ening. It was as siimed that owner of
large amount of stocks were taking ad
vantage 01 tn recent nre to reduce their
holding. The short Interest was reported
to have met with serious reverse. Large
stop loss orders, especially In Vnlted
Utetes fMeel have been- uncovered on the
advanre and the attack on the bears was
carried on - airain with mn ... tnAmv
1 h northwestern raliroadN were eonspio-
uoua points or strength.- Trading in these
stock was stimulated hv reports of In
creasing business, owing to the movement
of crops. Among the eastern roads, Keao
ma. Pennsylvania, Lienign valley and
llaltlmnre tk Olilo stood out prominently
with aalha of a nolnt or mora. Italtlmora
Ohio crossed nar for the first time In
The peclsllies, which, have been promi
nent recently, were In the background to
day., althouuh a number of stocks nrh
as Oeneral Klectrlc, National Hlscult and
International Harvester rnade good gains.
I'nlted Htatea Steel rose to abovo so. It
highest Price since the violent break
after the filing of the government's dis
solution 'suit. Texll company dropped I
point to &rr Its lowest figure of th
year, and a fall of more than 60 point
from the year'a high record.
Increased earnings for ateel manufao
furers even at the low level of prlcee
wor foreshadowed In. the report that
the railroads touching the steel and Iron
district of western Pennsylvania and
eastern Ohio would reduce freight rate
n Iron ore, coal and coke. Such a move,
In conjunction with . the reduction . of
ratea on ore from the mine to the upper
lake dock a, might be expected to affect
materially th ooat or ti hrMtni.
Hleel maker estimate that the -Increase
In order during the Inst week amounted
to nearly 10 per cent on the average.
New business of the Uhlted Htate Hteel
corporation since the latter part - of Oc
tober ha been cotiHlderably larger.
Iondon continued to 'sell stocks here.
Transactions for the lindon account a.
5f'd about I0.O00 shares, of which
Ztl.OiO wer aold on balanne, with the chief
deallne; In United Htatas Hteel and Read
Ing.i Pari again appeared aa a bidder for
the week' consignment-of south African
Void ,n London, obtaining 3,O0O,0tt for
replenishment ot Its reserve.
- The bond market war firm with, a good
distribution of business. American to
bacco Isatieg were heavy In the late trad-
.'L'"'. t"r v-,u" ' t,on.ona
United Bute bond were unchanged on
Number of rale and leadinv Miotntlona
on stock were a follow:
galss. tilth. Low. Close
Atnslgsmatsd Couoap ...
Amerlnn Axrlculturat ..
Am. hmmt gugar.
Amerlran t an ,
American C. A F ,
Am. Cotton oil
American IL A U ptg..
Am. lea Mirtifl
400 It 1,
Amarlcan ' Iiwmottva
American g, It....
Am. g A R. era....
Am. Steal Foundries
Am. gutar Helming
Amerloan T. A T
Amarioas Tohaoeo rid....
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantis Coast l.loa
Iialtlmor A Ohio...
Uronklya lUald Tr
1. too ut ni in
I. too 171 1MU l:i7
1,100 MS at t
7, MO 10714 104S M7
TOO IMS HIT U
4.0(H) 10 Hi MS I0S
. to 10s MS ts
4.100 IUS 11
.400 IIS IIS
('ntral Leathar pfd
Central ot Nw Jersey
Chesapeake A Ohio..,,... I. toil
Chic. o o. W., new..
Vlilcato O. W. fd ...
Chlnago A N. W....
Chlrsto, M, A t. P.
('., C C. A gt. L ..
(Vlorado r. A I
Colorido A Houihara.
Consolidated Una ....
Delaears A lludxii..
. . I.1UI 14SS 14t
. I.eW Ills 10Mi 110S
. , 100 27 S 7 S MS
. ...1 41
.-3 400 HIS 1404 laOS
. 1,700 US lS 10s
100 ims IMS IM
1( 2S I4S 4S
Denver A Hlo Ursnds..
lienvsr A It. O'. ptd suo
liutlllars' gscurltlsa .... boo
Krl I. too
Krla 1st p'd.,
Ilieal Northsra pti
Ilrsat Nnrthsrn Or cits..
Int. Mat. pfa
l.!'o U7S 1IS 13IS
KM 41 41S 41S
00 140S 1I0S 140
l.t'SJ liS lfiS IS
H0 4S 4IS 4S
Intarnatlontl lltrvcsttr.. 1,100 loni 101
Int. Marina tM...
too US II
Intarnatlontl paper ....
loara t antral .,
Kaoaas City goulbara...
K. C. go. pfd
Iteledo Uaa .-.
Umlavllls A NaalKlll..
Minn. A 81. touls
M . at. p. a . g. 11.
Mlaaourl. K. A T
M...K. A T. pfd
. t.too .
tot it'i us t
IvW 104t, 1041, 1044
t.tVO 14IS 141 14t
100 1S IMS IMS
i.ttw i:s u iss
1.700 47S 41S 41S
1,700 1JS IUS HI
0 M 47 S 4k4
N.-H. H. of M. Id pit.. ..
1. 100 IM 101S 107S
Maw Tork .(.'antral
N. Y., O. A W
Korfolk A - Western....
North. American .......
p. a. c. a t. ti..-..
Prsaaad I'.aal Car
Pullman Palace car.,..
Hallway glael Bprlot .
l.iw ao-t is aa
-4.IO0 lots IM liS
n.aoo ims ms iiS
t.auo us I0S KS
i.ioo in ms s
to lots 103S 100S
100 ii Its us
, KSI 141 Ul M7S
.:. 1 .'. tl
Itf.lto 14s H7S 1S
kspuslla Steal pfd
Ito. k Ulan l
Rock Ialand (S. pfd....
atU A . ,F. ta pll..
St. Iauls g W
at. L. g. W. pfd
Ploaa-8hafflld g. A I...
southern rVelflo ,. ,
ao Itallwar pld
.'. . tl
too 41 41 aa
T.000 ms ms ms
Tannaaaae Copper .......
Tsaao A Pacific
T., St. U A W
T Bt. L. A W. pfd ...
t'nloa ISclfls ptd
t tilled Htalaa RaaILT
100 41 S
M ono 7us IMS 110
us us i.'s
t'nltad States Rubber... 1 t0 44 44S
t'nltad Htatea Blaal 174 W aiS MS
V a. steal, pfd, ex-dlv. 1.400 lt lot
t'tan Counar 4.S00 44 44
Va -Carolina Cham leal ., " 200 4S
Waataca Maryland ...
Whealin A t
171 170 S 171 S
Total ta 1 aa lor tba lay. Ml. Me share.
Btttoa gteck .Market.
HOSTON. Nov. I. Ctoalnc quotation on
took wer a follow:
Ailatiaa r Mohawk
Amal. Copper MS Nevada Con
A ii. l A g It , Nlplaalng Ulnae .
Arlsaea Com 4a) North butie
tl A C. C. A g. al. t . North lka
out CealHloa .... WSOId Domlnloa ...
Cat. A Arlsont 4t Osceola
1 11 a Mac la carrot t g. -v c..
Cop. Rante C. C . ala) Inaonoa
baat guile C. It.... Mil iuparlor
Kranklla tttluoarior A a. U
Olroul Csa 4ti Tamarack
Uraaby Cue M , V. . R. A U
urease (.laaaaee .... T a ptd
lai Rorala i.Sppar. 1I4 t tab. (Sa
Karr Laka 1st' tab -Copper Co...
baka -t opaar IVS W Ineaa ,
be (alia Copper 4S 'wolverine
Uiaul CVppar IPS
Utloa atock Market.
IcONDON. Nov. 1 American aecurltt.a
opened higher today. Luring th fuel
huur price moved Irregularly and at noon
value ranged from a Point abov to
wwiow raiuiuir .lew igri closing.
Itcdun c'oaln-r -".tttiuna
CSaaala, saoaay ..7 i-IILeulaTlile A Kaak..ltlS
ta acooaal Tl 7-14 Mo . Kaa A Tataa. K'a
Aal. Cappar MSN V. Camel 1WV
Auaoonda IS Norfolk A WoMara ill
Aublaoa Ilt da ptd tl
da Pld 104SUauirla A WaMara. atU.
Haiiiuatre vble....lus Paaarlaala alu.
auadlaa Ptcirio ..lalSHand almas IS
CbeMpaake A Obla. 1S Raadln 7ls
Ckl. Orael VaMora. gt aaaUuca Ha ti
01. mil a m. puts rM .
Da hesra IH4 fi.iiharB 'cltie
ptaTer A Hlo o.. KXlnlnn Ptrlfie
do fd to t gtd
Erl l f g gtel..
do 1st M to do pfd
da d p'd rswineih '.
Orasd Trunk (7S do pfd ,
finneis e sntrsi . . . .iff
Munn.-ittr, aieadv at ISd per ounce
. MONKT 1 per, cent.
The rate of discount In the open mr
ket for short bill II t per cent;. for
I Dree month- bills, 2 7-l per cent. .
r York Money Market
NKTW YORK. Nov. MONFY-On call
steady, at 2WaVh per cent; ruling rate,
IS per cent: closina- b d. 24 oer cent
offered at 2 per cent. Time loan,
, .1.1 nr. siiiii niriciy iifi) a
per cent; six montne, 3' per cent
rKi M K HftHCANTILK .
tH per cent.
BTERLlNtl EXCltANOK Firm, with
actual business In bankers' bill at M.SXS0
tor sixty-day bill and at 14 7 for de
mgKl AMe.B.al 1 sWttt. ail filli.
.iMllllir-iviali II I , -
SILVER Par. 64Sc: Mxlcan dollar,
RONDS Government., firm: railroad,
Cloning quotation on bonds today war
V. B. nt. la, rag. ..IMS Int .M. M. 4Sa.... M
do coupoa inOH'Japas 4t 117
XI. . s. rag lulS do 4S 1 iu
do coupon IsiSK. C. to. 1st It 7S
V. o. e "JSU B. dsb, 4a nil.. ".S
no oniiDon 111. jb n im la . .. w
Allll-Chal. lrt M.. ft M. K. ik T. 1st 4i.. ttS
hmt. A. H 101 S do 4'4 'Ms
A. T A T. c. 4S..107S Mo.' Ptclflo 4t 44S
Am, iodscco ! M. 11. R. of If. 4S MS
do HSN. T. C g. JSt.... Ms
Armour a: o. alia, pia -no am. s ts
Atrhlsoa tan. 4.... T N. M. A H. r
do C. 4S ins CT. it po
do v ta loasN. A W. 1st a 4a stu.
A. C t. 1 4s sis do cr. 4a '....U'
gal.' A Uklo 41...
" no. r-tcusi 4.-. ions
do ISS ,
da 1 W. ISs..
"1 do ti Irs
c"w. n. rrsg. s... 4
Sl'snn cv. ttaa lull.. S7
Brook. Tr. CT. 4o
con. of Ok. no..,
Can. lioathor ti...
loS do eon. 4a IMS
7 Reading n 4t.... (US
HI B. U A g. F. fa. 4 MS
1-. of N. J. I. tl
Chea. A Ohio 4Se..llS do gen., ta.
00 ct. as cs-.tgi..u H W
Chicago A A. ISs.. 7 i0 1st gold 4s.... 1
C.-B. A 4J. J. 4a... MH . A L. 4 IK
do ran. 4SBo. Pic. col 4s Mu.
:. M A I P. 4 4a II do ft 4a I?S
C. R. I. A 1. e. 4a. 74S do lit rf 4a 4S
do rls. 4a 1. MS Bo. Rallmar La ink
folo. ind le 74H da n 4i 7S
vio. sua.- s. :. . . s union . nctrie m....isi
r. A a. r. A . 4St 17 do cv. 4i .....ions
r. A H ct.
do' 1st ref. 4s.. 7li
KSH. g. Rubber Is.... IMS
O A R. U. 4...
do raf. it
17 l. H Itetl Id l...lS
7S Vi.-rar, Cham. U..10tisi
TSWabafh 1st ta.. toss
7s do lot A ti. 4a... ins
Erl p. I. 4a
do gea. aa
do cv. 4a, aar. A.
"-1 rreaiarn ma aa ts
do series R.
77V4Waat. IClao. e. ta. mtu
dan. On. cr. It. ..lit wiaonnaln Ontral 4a Hs
-. vn. r-- rnu. r, CT, BS.
tni. m. fvs 7 Panama St 102s
. New VArk. Mlalaa; Stock.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 6.-Cloilna; quota-
iiooa on iiunina stocks wrrn:
A I lea ito l.ittla Chlaf. .
tpm. Tunnel stock.. II , Meilcsa,
do bonds 17 Ontario
Cdn. (SI., A Va It Ophlr .'
Iron Silver lot tttandtrd ....
LaadTlll. Con. .... 10 , Yellow. Jacket
, 'Ottared. ,
Rank C'leartngra. .
OMAHA. Nov. a Batik ' cleaHnea -foe
iwuay were si.ftys.siM. m ann roe ina enrra.
spending day last year 12, g, 071.01.
OMAHA '. OKNRRAL MARKET.
- ClIEESI Imoorted ,!Swlas - X9x- Amae.
lean rlwls. 2:c: block Awiaa.. lsnf Iwlna.
176; daisies. 17o; triplets, 17c; young Amer-
caa. isc: riue lutiel bricK 170: llniberirar
a-i... im;, uiuueriar, a-iv., lw.
a t v. 11 1 . - .
nuntii-ftti, 1, 1 lb... carton, Mc; No.
1, .iu ov-to. tuD. uo: ro. 2. aio:. nackine-
210. . .
POULTflY Broilers. IRet snelr.a io.
oona, uj oucn a, H.-; .aucas, uc; geese,
lie; turkey, 200; pigeon, per dux, 11.60.
AUve broiler. UM: hens., ttr-
rooster and atagg, 6c; old ducks, full
leginerea, uo; geese. lull feUbered, 10c;
turkey, ltks; guinea-fowl, lio each;
nleaona tine ilnl 7. Knmara ..a
I2.n0; squab, No. 1, 1.50; No. '1 60c '
isii Pickerel, lie; white, 12tHoc; pike,
ihe; trobt,-H'ulikj; large orappiea, lltino;
ripaolsh maokerel, lo; eel, Ito: haddock.
18c;. flounders, lcj green catflah, 134fl6c;
roe shad, 11.00 each: shad roe. dm ntir.
Wu; saimon, Uo; halibut, vo; yellow persh.
c; buffalo, lo; bullhead. 14c -
nel cut Prices rt ibs: No. 1, llo; No.
I.UVio; No. 2, 7ic. Loin: No.' J, 19Ho;
No. 2. llac: No. 2. !Wtc. Chuek.- N 1
7Sc; No. 2, PUc; No. 2, Iftc. Kouhda: ito.
i,,iic; mo. ., e-sc; io. , sa. Plate; No,
1. tie-. No. J. 4ac-. Na. X au
FltltlTa, KIC Appie: Cooklng varle
ties. per bbl.. 12.75: Jonathan nap hhhi
14.IX); lien Lavl, per bbl., ;M0; California
tteiieriow er, per uuz, i 30: Colorado Jon
athan, extra fancy, per bog, 1.2(1; Wash
ington Bpltxetiberg. per box, t.'.W; Wauh
Ington Ked Weauty, per box, U.60; Wash
ington Htaman vlnesaps, per box, ft M.
Banana: Fancy select, per bunch, li 25
fji.av; jniiiuu. per ouncn, t4.loaa,7i.
Cranberries. Wisconsin fancy',' per bbl..
t.M; per box, U.tAl. Date: Ancher
brand. nw, 20 l-lb. pkg...n boxes, -pr
box, 12.20. Fig: California, per case of
it iz-os. pag., eoc; per case of 38 ll:-ca
paga., now; per cae of 60 t-os. pkfs.,
I.uu; Ny Turkish,, l-orown In . 20-ib.
boxes, per lb., 16c: a-orown In 20-lb. boxes
par- lo., lc; -crown In-tsMb. boxes, per
lb., 17c. Urapes: California Tokays, per
4-btk. crate, tl.2S; Malaga ' (rape. In
bbl., j.ri"Bw. Lemons: Lltnonelra
btahd, extra fancy, ti0-soV a I ton. per box.
t.7S; Loma Llmonetra, fancy, JOO-Bou
nines, per box, ti.ou; 240 add 4ut gizes. Silo
per ua irss. , urnugas: iviagara Ked
iaads Valencia. tw-lJ , aliee,- per - box,
o.;'d: loO-17-2u-21g-2M antes. Per box. Ih.lM.
Peachea: calltornla and Colorado, per
oox, ti.vw rear; 1 aiiiorrua uucheaa.
a, iiarujr aim li, Liarigeau, per po-ip,
box, II. On; lawretice, per box, 13.00.
.MOE'lAbLKS Beana: Hiring and
wax, per nikt. bag., fl.0t1HM. Cabbage:
vtiscoiiBin, per 10., iSU'MC. celery:
Michigan, per do., 2Sc; Colorado Jumbo,
per dot., tOc. Cucumber: Hot house,
per' dog., IL'.OO. , fcgg , plant: Fancy
Jflorlda. per do ll.uw.' aaMlc: Lxtra
isniiy, wiuie, per id., 10c., ixttuce: Kx
tra faticy leaf, per - do,, 400. , Onion;
California, while, per lb., io; Wisconsin,
yellow - and - red. In aok, per- lb.,- 2Sc;
bpantsh, per crate, 11.7a. i'grsley: Fancy
home grown, per do, bunoh, trie. Po
tatoes: Minnesota , Karlv ohm, per Wi
11.00; Wisconsin While gtock, per bu.
tic; In lu-ei'k lot. 60 ton.' flwett Po
tatoes: Virginia, per bbl., I3.3U; sr bu.
bSK., 1 86. Rutabaga: In lack,, per lb.
lSc Tomatoes: California, per. trate.
MISCKLLANKOUS Almond: Tarra
gona, per lb., lHc; lit sack lots.'lo iea.i.
rirasi: Nuts: Per' lb.. 14c; In tacg lots
lo .leas. -Cocoanuls,: Per back, I0.0O. Fm
berts: Per lb., 14c; In sack lots,, lo lee.
Peanut. Roasted, per lb., ,o; raw, per
lb., i'Sc. I'ecana: irge, per lb., lie; lit
tack luts, lo less, vtainuis: New crop,
Uil, California, per lb., in ' sack
lot, lc teas, c ider: New. NthAwka. pr
lu-gal. H bbl.. tJ.Ou: ber i-al. bbl.. H..M-
New York Idott . per 16-gai. H bbl., isi;
per au-gai. bbl.. Ib.aO. Honey: Mew, 24
iretnca, tj.,ti. Araut: Per lo-gal. keg,
.; per e-gal. keg. 11.10.' '
Evaporated Apple ltd Dried Frail
NEW YtRK. NOV. a FTVAPOTCATltTi
APPlaKH Kaaler. with mora liberal of
fering; soot ftney. luaioiac: choice. Ixn
H'; prime. eiAtS.". - -
u ti 1 ru t K1.1 1 s prune, steady wuth a
fairly active Jobbing . demand. Quotations
ranging rrora 70 to 12o for California
up to 40-6., a and ll'-rulJit for Oregon.
Aprloola, Inaotlve and prioea are largtly
nominal; choice. lMilSUc: .extra choine.
lai6Vc; fancy. 17rUic, Peaches, quiet
and steady. - choice. -HS-oMlttc: extra
oholce. lis 12c; fanpy, lt'odtU-Sc Rai
sin only moderately active and unset-
iieu, loose niueoatei. are quoted at S4I
7Sc; choice to fancy aeeded at Ttiiitu.
geedless, oic; London layer; ll.ti.ijl.4i. '
Pklladelgkla , Prodaee Market.'
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. ntTTU-
Firm; extra fine western creamery. 3&c:
nearby print, Stic.
too Firm: Penmvlvanla and othae
nearby finite, t. c Is 00 per case; cur
rent receipts, f. c. M.10 Per case: west.
ern flrts. f. c., I (M per case; current
receipts, f. c, 7 tWitl lO per cane.
ml ! rc 1. 1 . 1 1 . V, . . . .
ue,s.oiv-ic iiinvr; nit lorg rull
rreama fancy," lose; ' fair to good.
14H01&C-- - -
Oil tad Koala.
RAVANNAK. Nov. 1 TCRPENTIN1P.
teady, 4Sc; sales. 14. bbls.; re
ceipt. 87 bbla.; shlpmant. log bbl.;
ii'i aw, .i,m) 1'Uia.
ROHIN Firm alee, 1807' bbla ; re
eelpta, 1.A7S bbla.; ahlpments, t.uaj bbli
stocks. t77. (juntatlona: R. H 15; I
K; K. Ii: F. It H. I. .!IJ; K. 40:
M, K55;1S. o.fe; WO. 1710; WW. 17.65.
Wttal Market, '
6T.. 1,01'IS. Mo., Nov.. C WOOIc-TJn-clianged;
territory and western roedluma,
16iti20c; flu raedluiaa, l&olac; fln, - u
OMAHA LIfESTOCK MARKE
Cattle Receipts Are Liberal, with
Prices Generally Steady,
HOGS FULLY FIVE CENTS HIGHER
keepaad l ambs In 'Fair Reeelpt
wllk Klllera Streagr tad Feed
er gfeagy, aa-Coat pared
evlth LA at Week.
SOUTH OMAHA.'Nov. , 1111
nceipia were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep
estimated Monday .... , l,W0 28,000
name oay laat week... 11,07:1
xanie day - 2 w'k'agn..n.0SI
bme oay s 2 w'ks ago..2,iU'
name-day 4 w'k ago..HMM
came' oa y laat year.... t.ttf
.Tbe f ollowme lain. aH..aa
I.s4 - f.li
2.aUO 26. 8W
hoga ind atieep at South Omaha
for the, year to date, a compared with
iat- taS' 1S11 1Qu In... Tlaa
Vi"' J LH0aJ 1.0fv4,lt5
Hog ....,. ..2,a,4o6 l,ou,J 302.196
Oh..p- ..... .2. 6U.7do 2.MM.MA 17.810
Ihe foUowin,: table ehowa the average
p.iuvs pnia tor hoks at ttouth Omaha for
tne mat law days, with eompariaon.
Date.. I I3fl..ll0.i0t . ) l0.lisW.lW.19C6
:l T K I 171 I 6M
I Uj J bo 1 a iwi it 4.1 1
1SH 1 7 70) 6 0 t 0 OS
Oct. - ai.
iSI Oil " I ft tail b 9vi e USj
0 02s, J t7l 7 72 16 bli fi 06
I t4) Si I i 6 72 oe-l 0 1U
I g 0IM4.I 11 f 14 K IMI I 6 171
1-.1 Ma St) t i 6W I 6 07 4 T7
- I.. 1 1 W 7 74 1 a M 5 S2 . I 4
I 7K, ihi S tr. i 6 81 6 9
- ! I a ,, ,J0 I 7S 6 16 I !K 4 87
Receipts, and 1 dianoittlnn
t (h Union ritock Yards, bouth Umaiia,
avr -.wciiiy-uiur' nOUrS CHUlUg (.(. p. til.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. U'r'a
C.MM.aV St. P....
ai.ssouii Pacuic. ...
. is 6
.. I ...
16 6 ' 6
i , .. .1
. 2 ..
41 13 19
union Pad tic. ...
C. 4k N. w:. east.
C. At N. W.. weal.
C, Bt.,PL. et O.. 17
C, U. A g., .east.. 1.16
C..-K.-1. P., caet 2
C, H. L at P., tvtat ..
iiunois central,.... 1
C. (J. W ... I
Total receipts ..273
. . DISPOSITION-HEAD.
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.... 47
Hwlft.and Company. ...i,i;tb
Cudahy Packing , Co... 1.244
Armour, at, Co...
Cuuany, xrom Lienver..
w. M. Vansant Co
Hen ton.'. Vansant at L.
Hill Bon '
F. ,B. . Lewja
Huston . at Co... j..
J. . B. KootA Co.
J. H.r Hulla
L. ' F. . 11 usx ;
MoCreary.- 6t Liegen ..
H.. K.r Hamilton
HulUvan i Hroo
Leo Hothechild .
Mo:,4 Kin. Calf. CO..
Cllne it Christie -
Other ' buyer
' Totala '''.' ' 11 at.
CA'l l L.E ltacelnl a inf ' Cattla war. ihl.
thi morning snowing a heavy falling olf
a .compared with laat Monday and , In
ladt With every other. Monoav of recem
uate. H111I aa chmpared with a year ago
".ina iway snow a conmueraole ga.li.
i he yaanty of the ' ortertnga waa poor,
there bclhg a big. aurolua of trasn a
UUU1 hear the CIU. i,l in. nan aaaanl.
lnsit)t,.a.conaiuierabie proportion ot the
ro.-eipia are on the range clean-up ordor.i.
J ne. demand tor practically an kinua Of
oeairaoie.caiue,, botn killer and teedero,
aaaTnriiioa.t prices paio for cat
tie (Jdmina- Uil.ter , t ro-i . h.1.1 w... u.a.
rally ..atbady uK -list wek and- the
mtrtiu m a whoio wti' satisfactory td
tne selling Interests. ' Home- of the trashy
and common kind of cattle may have
been a nttie mow and hatd to move In
tpota.. One buncn of-very rood Wvnmln
ialie' cattle sola to an ilunoi buyer at
su.iv 10 oe taaen pack into tne country
ana iirasuea on corn. The big bulk of
in cattie receipt had changed xityids
uj a, - . 1 .
wuoiaiiona on native cattle:, flood tn
choice, beet ateer. i;.tiVl.-7; fair to good
beef ateera, 6.oV6.7b; . common to tatr
beefateei a, t4.txiayo.vV: aood to choice heif
ers, t4.sutg6 40; good to choice cow. 4 ,
4.6; lair to good cows and heifer, U76
tri.o; ooramon to. fair cow and helltrs,
Ai.iutyt.,0; veai caiven, u.onii7.6u.
uuotatlon on rang cattle: . Good to
choice oeef gteera, D.ofeeiA; fair to good
beet steer's, .Urtj6 76; common to fair
beet ateera. feets4.(:. rood to choice half.
eri, 14 fMo.lo; good to choice cowa, ii.iiitP
t.Do; fair to good cow and heifers, go.itytt
1.00 aoua 10 cnoioe etooaera and feeders.
it.ovtBo.w; lair 10 goou atocKera- anu feed
era,. I4.no-O4.su; common to fair atoukera
and feeder. 4.4a-l ; stock heifer, to.to
04; Tjuua, stags, etc.. ia.Jvm.yo.
bfcjicF an EERS.
No. : At.-Pr. No. , Av. Pr.
1 in I so 1 ton 1 u
1 10 6 74 . 17 UM I 00
l UJI 0 , . 14 1447 7 u
. CO .
4... XI III I Kl IU
10 10U2 I 40 - I.- Ill I
11 71 2 St II. 151 4 04
I 40 I 40 4 1007 It
0 1 171
I U4 2 t 1
1 lit IK' I..
I iu 1 to '
4 71- . 1..
4 to 1
...... 197 .
7 0 '
II 1. . . ''. . A V M
A v- avi3.av.-a j i u A' I IW.
.... ISO 4 10 It IM 4 II
....'703 '4 It II IH 4 7o
.... IH IU . 1 711 - 4 li
....111 I U . tl Ml t II
rt.HiN S .1 UIH AS riA
12 COW...lv 8v 2 W . 65 ct. A h8. 7'J.i 165 .
10 cow.. '...10112 ' 4 1J 12cowr.... V06 4, Li.
cow W 2 W 14 cow 711 t it
J. W. r-npacklln Neb.
75 feeder.. 947 4 7o- feeder.. 947 4 00
2 feeders.. 972 4
4 steer.. ..1115 I 2& M c. Sc hs. 963 4 30
Myera Land and Uve mock Co. Wyo.
0 tetdeM..llaO I 70 .
Davis ot Thomas Wyo.
19 f(edera..ir.a 6 60 7 oow 1147 6 00
19 cow. ....lot 4 n 16 cowa loot '4 ti v
10 cow 94e - 3 90 27 cows wh I Sj"
HoOS light receipts of hog, coupled
with bullish advice from the Vast, -were
directly retpunelbie lof upward trend to
aioea. 1 lie inatKfi ruieu a big nickel
higher, clotng ektvtli advance. on
tour or five loaua that failed to mova
while the demand was at It boat. Move
ment during the main tension was fea
tured by a fair degree of freedom, the
bulk selling within, an hour or ao afier
Hupply amounted ' to only forty load.
and tne big and of this estimate consisted
of butcher and lard- offering. These
weight. were atlll UvOred at amall pre
mium over bacou stock, ueaplte a scarc
ity .of th latter classes. 1 anippera re
mained under cover and tn demand from
speculative quarter was iiotiuug to brag
aoouc ., .,
Long strings landed at ll.17Va4Hl.20 and
fancy - butchers sold aa high aa III. 26. a
nickel above Saturday's hi go price. Light
nlmala ranged around n.va, tvita two or
hree loade under tne te mark. There
were only two or three buncue df pig
rr. No, At. th. Pr.
I 0 . 41 :7 III III
i 11 : ... w
lo . II.......IS0 . to. t JO
10 11 i ... 1 so
to ti lot at at
Vt 44 kol W I 10
It 41.. tat t0 4 20
1 tt lie ... 1 to
t 41, o itl lao t
II 44 tal u. in
I II 14 lai t?0
I II It Ul lao I tJ'a
it i4 m iw utt
li Jtrt sua t n a '
11 14 IM) lie I ut
I 174 1 tat a I tlte '
l"e ' 14 tal M I la
I M II Ill ... I aft
IN- la ... I 14
I 2 at IM la t la
, ill M
naNa tittv saao sou
.. H ... It list Ul ... 1 u
11 ul ... t o
BIIEKP In line with ths recent ner-
verte dispoeitlon of sheep and lamb tiade
receipt gave m total -that seemed decid
edly . large, both here and at ChlcKo.
hs local run was-' eat 1 mated at ki gou
mostly lamb In feeder flesh.
ait, tne proportion of any kind of fa
ttutf was very modest, producing a de
mand from killing quarters that had.
tree tone from tne start. In most re
spects It was a strong market tor fin
isned lambs, wether, ewe, etc., wll
leeder Block nrlces about ateady.
-net niuun ld native material wa In
eluded In the run and warmed up classes
of western a. so proved scarce. loppy
irs.sei got tne best call, selling first
tbs Kinney Iambi made a top ot to.OO and
less desirable etrtnat aold on down th
list, packer working; Into the feeder
grade In some Instance. Matured mut
tuna, with either flesh or quality
recommendation, acted well, and a com
blnatlon ot both flesh and yuality landed
.Country demand, for feeders appeared
limp but offerings that changed hands
early drew figures' little different from
those In force at th close of last week
and trade promised to rule steady, but
rather quiet. Feeder ewes were-favored
during opening rounds, good one gel I In
t I2.60t . One string of feeder lamb
with a fair killing top brought 14.76, but
feally gots"! varieties were none too active
at -gi.ii" and less. There was practically
no speculative demand and' the aunoort
from short finish operator was of alight
consoquence. Dry lot feeders, suitable for
a country term of three month or more,
snonea tne best action and were well
sustained m l rule. Proportion Of feeders
in total receipt waa est mated at 70 nr
win, ainiui u,wi nenu.
Uuotatlons on sheen arid tnmha- l k.
food to choice. IS. 766 00; lambs, fair to
aoou, aj.rui.',Q imna. leenei-s 1 Nik. 4 an
vraruntrs. good to enoiro, 2J.607r4.25: year.
units, ipfurra. ei.(.i.sa; wethers, good to
riioice, to.wpj.io; wetnere. rair to good,
r,.M'a..uv, -.v.nriz. 1 cc uars. t-.rutu.J.aj
. btoii to cnoioe .t. j.tf,: awea. tal
to good. t3.0tki'"8.1ii: ewes, hreedera . tl cum
aw, rnra, lututrt, aa.SiJ.B; SW(, CU1I.
CHICAGO LI VM STOCK MAIIKET
Demand for Cattle teadr-
II labor Sheep Weak.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6-CATTLB-Recelnts
.000 head; markot for good grades
icHtiy. oLners weaic at aativ i1a na
beavea, H.cO'sta. 16 ; Texas steein. I4.lu0j.u0
western steer. 4.S.Vn 7.2f; Blocker ant!
leaders. tJ.lto'a-j.S'O: Cowa nnd belters I'.ttlO
v''.w, tiviveB, to.owr. in.
HUGH- Kecilnlx ZS.OllO hen1 moFli.l
to luc hla-her than RalnrriaVa rlnaa Itaht
$5 &a.a,"i,: mixed. V: hiKi L", : heavv. t. i
VMS; rough. I6.60i6.lk"; good to choice
nc-avy st.UM-n.62 ; , pigs, H0Uf6.50; bulk
of sales. IO.luliS.40.
clHKKP ANII 1.4Mn RaAalal. ' HUM
" a....j(y a- a w vl " t iru,trw
neau; maraer weak; native, t2.6O'g-4.0O:
Western. l2.7ilH4.in. vaarllnca II 1,M1
lamns, nauve, HOWaaO; western, 4.1i6
St. Loala Live Stoek Market.
8T. LOUIS. Nov. fi-Pi-m.i,' ti.-ii.
8.300 head, Including 8,200 Texan; market
steady to 10c lower; native shipping and
export steers, 7 WV-g.0rt; . d reused and
uuicner eteera, 6.xy.60; steer under
i,uw pounns, 4.tr.tsj; stockers and feed
Vn. cowe and heifers, 11.000
JfiX.'8' M OO&S.&O; Texas and Indian steers
H-OOhtv.OO: cowa and haifara a. uvan 00
w - sa.i 1 1 it- 1 n. 1 .VMria.a.1111: ntlllal XI . 't.
HOOS-Recelpts, 12,300 head; market 10c
higher: plus and lla-hi ti :ivhiA- n.w.-.
W.10tt-3u; butchers and beet heavy, 16.30
' OHEKI' AND I.AMRH Racalnl. 4 ann
head; market steady; native muttons, 23.00
th'.l firt- .ml,, a. a-..ciE. 1 1 j 1 .
1.26iji3.0u; stockers and feeders, 1.6ot&3.1o!
Kaaaas City Live Stock Market,
KANSAS CITY. Nov. -CATTr.irHa-
celpts, 20,1100 head. Including 2.000 annth.
erna; market steady-to lOo higher; dreesed
beef and export steers, J7.O0W9.O0; fair to
houu, eo.ci.nuw.io; western steers, t3rr7.76
siocaers ana feeders, 3.76W6.7&; aouthern
Steers. 23.irVafi.2b: SOIU hern - cnata
4 60; native cows, 2.7ffti6.00; natlvs'helfers.
J4.00liT7.00; bulls, ta.2btljo.ti0; calves, 1.00
7.26. a -
HOGS Receipts. 9.000 head: market Kn
10 .ao nigner duik or sales, l&.sfith an:
heavv. Iti.nYllR.Tf.' oarkara aa4-kni.l,
W.OV&6.30; light, 15.86feil.30; pig, I4.264l6.00!
nuuiur a.iu liAucn rteceipts, 9,tW
neaa; market strong; lambs, 4. 50500
van rltrtB-M tl TttAU 7K. ... v. ... -t n- ,
ewe, i.76S3.eo; stockers and feeders, 13.00
a-. w. - - ... ........ . . , .. t . . - . .
St. Josepk Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov - att r. Tf
iteceipta, i.hw head; market steady
'rs, 4 6otjs.iio- cows and 'heifers, 12.90
vo.ov, i-aiTca, A.WTl I .b'j.
nouo-ncieiDII, H.000 head- market
strong to 6c higher: ton tit an- k,,ii, ne
sales, IB. 00tit.30. " . "
oe.it.p AND LAMBS Receipts, 800
head; market. lOfilSe higher- iamh. tttno
Slock la Slakt.
Receipts of live stock at tn. eu. n.i.
olnal mark... I... 7 - ' ' " "
Cattle. Hogtt. Sheep,
St. Joseph ..,
Kansas City ,
' Total ,
.72,700 . 68,400 103,600
A - Booklet tor Investors.
planning to invent in bonds for the first
time. Its aim Is -to- explain In simple
terms the purposes and uses of
classefe of bonds and to Indicate the valu
ui uo.iua ma .aia invest inents ior indi
vidual as well as Institution. Copies
11 cv via aiuuvaiiuu.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. raTTfW
poi cioseo quiet, unchanged: middling
uplands, 9.40c: mlddUnir arulf. r,c: aai..
117 I.. I.. . ,
Future closed ataailv.' fin.!.,, vi.
November, .04c; December, 9.18c; Janu
1rlr,i.'S5f : lr!?bruar5'. 9.00c; March, 9.0c;
rr.'"1 "y. s-ioc; june, 9.20c; July.
9.24o; August, 9.19c; Beptember, 9.22c; Oc-
NEW TORK. Nov. l-st'nini).
test, 4.7c; cen-
tilfual, 93 teat, B.Sjv, , luolatseu, 4.60c.
V TTTV VOPV Vaw 41 ' I.- r- r- r-
Rio. 15Ho; futures closed barely steady
December. 14-61; March. 13.78.
' - Hefiaetl lagtr Lower.
NEW YORK. Nov. aAII c-r... -e
fined sugar were reduced 10 cents a
urcu puunus toaay.
Rlarla Batter Market.
LI. KIN, III.. Nov. a BTITTF.R-TTIrrv,
at J2c, an advance of lc; output, 6o7,500
Have Faith in God
if You Wish to Be
Counted as Great
Rev. O. D. Baltrly addressed ths men's
meeting yesterday afternoon at the Young
Men s Christian association. Ths subject
his talk was "True Qualities of
Strength." In part, he said.
'Different people regard different quail-
tie of atrength the only mean to uc-
ce. Some people think physical strength
la th means by which they can make a
ucces of life. Samson, without a doubt.
araa the strongeat man In the early day.
but wa he th greatest T Other peopl
think shrewdne on their part will bring
them success, but Jacob defrauded hi
brother, Isaiah, and this trickery on hi
part brought him but tittle. Knowledge
Is considered by many people th only
uallty for success, while others think
moral strength will bring to them the
greatest returns, but Napoleon had on
of the ttrongett will man ever had and
eventually met defeat.
Ths only Qualities -which a man ha
to havs to be a success In Ufa la faith
and dependence on God. The men who
had these qualities and were put down lo
hlftory a great men sro Martin Luther,
Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lin
ta th Road . to
l.soo ' 3.600
S3, OUO 2H.0UO
The, IL"o"i!! Tru.;f; ,nd Savings bank.
Hairis building, Chicago, , has Issued a
booklet entitled. "Bonds for Safe Inveat
ment." intended for the use of r,.r.n.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Liquor Dealera Issue Statement Con
cerning License Refund.
GcrvrauiOB wants no delay
Maa Arretted for Annoying; Waa
la Soath Omaha Makes Jim
Denial Vtkta Qaettlonetl
Jack O'Nell was arrested late Saturday
night charged with annoying women in
the vicinity of Thirty-first and R. For
more than a- week women In different
parts of th city have complained about
the unwelcome attentions of an unidenti
' then O'Nell was taxed with thesa
misdeeds by ths police he msd no at
tempt at denial. Ths police say tbs
man Is not responsible mentally.
Llsjaor Dealers, Kotlee.
At a meeting of the South Omaha Re
tall Uquor Dealers' Protective ajiocia
tlon of South Omaha on Saturday even.
Ing ths matter of the several Items pub
lished In the newspapers purporting; ta
say that an agreement had been mad
with soma pertons In Omaha, providing
for a refund of th unexpired portion of
the liquor licenses of the Bouth Omaha
saloonkeepers. In ths event of annexa
tion, waa made a special matter. It was
definitely determined that no such- agree
ment had been made, and It was further
determined and found that 110 such agree
ment could be made and that ths asso
ciation baa no such agreement In their
possession with any Omaha official, aa
stated In the newspapers. The associa
tion members havs provided tnemeslv
with full legal advice on th matter ot
their licenses, to the offset that annexa
tion means to them a loss of four
months' license money, and ths action
ot ths association was to accept that
position as the true situation. Th fore
going report of the meeting was ordered
published by the organiratlon.
SOUTH OMAHA LIQUOR DEALERS'
WILLIAM BRODERICK. President.
SOL 8. QOLDSTROM, Acting Secretary,
Wibi Follows BabTa
One day after the demit of her Infant
daughter, Mrs. August IIoos died yes
terday morning at her home. Thirtieth
and S streets. She was 88 years of ago.
She Is survived by her husband, August
The funeral will take place Tuesday
morning from the late residence of tha
deceased to Bailey's cemetery In Omaha,
Refuses to Conform to Law.
If ths people elect Jim Callaoan to tha
police Judgeship tomorrow they will elect
a man who absolutely refuses to conform
to the laws that require him to make aa
itemized accounting for all moneys cola
lected and uncollected In the administra
tion of Justice in the police court-
Said the Judge In discussing- the msttea
a day or two back:
"I will not give them or anyone an
itemized account of the cases tried before
me. Mo other Judge hag done It and I
win not. I have not done so before this
and I will not now."
The law as laid down In the statutes of
the state specifies that the police Judge
shall make a monthly accounting; with
the city treasurer of all fines collected
and uncollected. The law reads, "a full
and accurate account," which by law
yers Is taken to mean an itemised account
or each case.
When the Judge claimed that his prede
cessors did not keep such an account he
erred, as the city clerk's office will show.
The purpose of tha law as laid down
in the statutes of Nebraska Is to make
sure that the city rets every cent
money that is paid Into the hands of the
police judge. In Omaha the police Judge
has a clerk, who receives and handlea
the money and gives a receipt to every
man who pays a fine. The receipt shows
what the prisoner has paid to the city.
in the police court as now conducted in
South Omaha there is no such safeguard.
A police blotter is all that is maintained.
The prisoner pays his money and receives
no other acknowledgment of the same
than hlg freedom. . 1
Chief of Police John Brlggs will today
vca.u I, yiuoa in, cmu-ffea ot grail mads
against members of Ms department
Saturday afternoon after a conference
with the attorney In whole hand affi
davit wer placed, the chief advised the
men of his department to make every
effort towards bringing; to light ths rullty
parties whether they be in the depart
ment or not.
Chief Brlggs is still loathe to believe
that any of his men are guilty and U
proceeding in the case with all caution.
He warned the men that if any of them
were found guilty of having been con
nected with the grafting they would be
Immediately suspended pending a trial by
tne ponce coara.
it Is understood that the aliened victims
ot the holdups will be brought to the
station today to identify th offending
officers if possible.
One of the largest republican rallies held
during this campaign occurred yesterday
evening at Twenty-first and U streets.
Fred Hoye, Frank Dewey and WllUs
Crosby of the county ticket, and Alstadt
and Levy of the local candidates were
present. Hoye was more than cordially
received by the crowd and again and
again during his remarks hs received,
ovation from those present.
Of the local leakier Mayor Trainor.
Chief Brlggs, Charles Vana and James
Metloclc were present and sasured the
republicans that If every man did his
duty tomorrow at the poll there would be
rolled up a record breaking vote for the
"W have a, splendid ticket." said the
mayor. "With th election of these men
the people of Douglas county are aiiurad
of a good clean government."
The party leaders have determined t
keop a close watch on the affidavit
voters of whom It is whispered there will
be a multitude gathered from tranilcnts
and hangers on about town. 1
Magic City Geeslp.
The Womanu' auvllla tv .e it- - ' .....
Men' Chrlttian araooiatinn .it .
Tueday evening at th homo of J. H.
Welie, IMS North Twenty-sixth street.
Th authorities nf tha t i.i,, ...
church , have learned that thoir peopl
ar being fleeced by beggars and col
lectors who claim to represent the church.
inuinnif ev. ueorge P.
oanltis, paster of St. Anthony's Roman
athollo IathuanUn church earned hi.
flock and tho cltlaens generally that no
person I authorized lo colleot for th
liurcli unless bearing a written authority
nd alcnature of tho pastor. It la
pecte-1 that the police will lake a hand In
11 maiter ana arreci 1110 person who
ava been obtaining money under falsa.
pretense of being orflcors of tha church.
If you have anything to ll or exchange
advertU It lo Ihe Waut Ad Coiutnns al
The Le and get immediate roeuks.
John Civeiia. SI7 bouth Flftv-flrai air..i
frame dwelling. M.: C. TV. Downa. For.
t lei 11 and fainani ttreett. brick garage
1:4.000: C. A. Emnioiit, 4.54 North Ttilra
y-aialA street, tram dwelling, 2,0u
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