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nKMHKK 17, 1011.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
'Ltte Advices from Argentina Put
wheat Valnei Higher.
SOUTHWEST RECEIPTS . SLOW
tlalmeel that Horn I.eaaVcr la Cora
fell Heavily on the Advanre
j toaatry Reeelpta Art
OMAHA. Nov. 1. 1H1.
As a result of the late telling at the
clone yesterday and higher cable a (rain
this morning short liegan buying early
and mm late advises from Argentine
put wheat alucs higher on today s
Since cold weather art In the north
west receipts have fuller) off anil soulli
(" receipts are very light. (Should ad.
veiae conditions pievent the Argentine
"rop from maturing, a bull market In
it Is claimed that soma of the leaders
In the corn trade m!d lieavtlv yesterday
n the advance. The conditions, how
ever, are mostly on the ride of buyers
light country receipts. Merit offerings,
practically no si, irks, which meana the
first run o." receipts will all be needed
'to fill previous contrails.
heat had n decidedly better tone to
day. Kxtretnely light receipts and a bel
ler cash demand started a hood character
tit buying. ( i.ih wheat was Ho. higher.
torn futures were rtrong and higher
with wheat, I'nfavorablo weather fore
casted was bullish, but cash prices took a
sharp dump, old samples on the floor
, ""Id He lower, while new corn was 8:c
Primary wheat receipts were 7?3,OnO bu.
.and shipments were 2".'jM sgainst re-
'telpta lavt year of Kr.twO bu. and ship
ments of 47fi,OOu bu.
1 Primary rorn receipts were 41'.,A0O b.i.
nd shipments were 17t.o(0 bu., against re-
, iipts last year of Sau.OjO bu. and ship.
, inenta of 71.000 bu.
' Clearances were ltJ.OOO bu. of corn. 700
'L1! ..0' .oa,s nd wheat and flour equal to
i 2M.0U0 bu.
IJverpool closed ,Tid higher on wheat
nd Hd higher on corn.
i .h following; cash sale were reportedr
TV heal-No. 2 hard, 1 car a!c: No. 3
tiard. car II 00 n 4 hard 1 ear
'om No. 4 white, 1 car tnew), Sc; No. S
lellow. 1 ear 71c; No. 4 yellow, I care
neW) sic; No. 3 mixed, 1 oar 71, 1 car
7"c; no grade; X car Wc. Oats No. 3
Jhite. ears 47c; No. 4 white, 1 car 47o,
1 cars 4Hc, 1 car 4i4c; no grade, 1 car
Omaha Cask Prieea.
WHFAT-No. 2 hard, McfttOl; No. I
sM. KT'icfi $1.00; No. 4 hard, WWOSr.
CORN No. t white, 7W.'lc ; No. 3
white. 7IVrt71c: No. 4 whit. TftvAWln!
I go. S color, 70ifi7le; No. 1 yellow, T0
in;-. No. 3 yellow. T0VW7ie: No. yellow,
J'ifir.iHjr; fco. 2, 70?lc; No. 3, 70i(lr71c;
.ATH-No- 1 WW atandard,
.( Wi-fiT.c; ; No. I white. 4, 47c; No. 4 white.
4M7c; No. I yellow, 4tu4tc; No. 4 yel-
jBJRJ);KV--Maltlnr I.141.24; No. 1 feed,
j ft t E No. . K&aCc: No. 3. Wfl$5c,
! Carlot Herri pis.
l, Wheat. Corn; Oata.
' Chicago 21 1:15 jtji
Omaha , a 21 14
liuluth ,. la
Chicago grauv a.d provision
I real area of the Tradlagr and Closing
Prices on Board of Trad.
CHICAUO. Nov. 16.-Raln damage In
Argentina resulted today In a general
tightening up and strengthening of all
the markets on 'change. Wheat advanced
K'na to fio net, corn o to fctHta
and oats a shade to fcW4c. At the close
Jiok products varied from last night's
Jevcl to 30o above.
lienlRls cam that Injury to the Ar
rentlna crop had assumed eerioue propor
tiniia, but th iwssll.llity of euch a danger
lad a bullish effect on wheat prices
'TJi'-. ,.Wl,h ,000ou,, lraona In nusslan
fficlally reported today as In Immediate
need of relief from famine, the chance of
obtaining much wheat' from the caar's
country appeared dimmer than at any
Jirevloua time this season, and emphaalr.3
the chance of the record breaking crop
hlch the trad generally has been oount
lug on from Argentina to make up what
ever shortage may exist elsewhere. Kn
tirely aside from the Argentina newa.
ca.ih heat here showed a firm ton.
. Y1, '""""ctlon Minneapolis sent word
of being only Ho a buehel away from
Jard winter wheat there from Chicago.
n he , Way option, which ranged from Wmo
it ii SI d flrm' 'U;0 net h,h8r
rvrtj 'sympalhlred with wheat and was
also Inflnenoed by continued light re
ceipts. Reports of slow husking opera
tlona and poor yield tended to lift values
Stay fluctuated between UYuMo and
tyV; cUMln firm . at the last named
figures, an advance of o net. Cash
gradea were strong. No. 2 yellow was
quoted at 7.V)i7&Vc.
K. a,f''1 "Pward. Reeelpta were
amall. Outside limits touched for Mav
jeer ao and '4o. with the close hi
6Sc, a gain of Uva. over laat night
Trade In provlslona was the largest In
eome time. One of the chief packing
conipaiiiea Innight openly on a large
cale, Htoclj yarda speculators. too.
bought freely. The Immediate reason ap
Iared to be tho bulge In corn. l,,rk
c-had up 17Mf20c. .with riba and lard be-
A rlB'"' to' order named.
"t-u.n mi isiauiug futures wer
rtlclj Open. High. Ixiw. Close. Y ify".
I I I
1 WSil Wl lu !T1 (10
w j il
witM'KuS, to m
47VftiSi47W.l 47H 47N
-- W,ti ,
Jan. la fcisi H 67',, H M U 67C 1 40
, May.i W W, 1 i', M 7t I 1 W, w i;W
Jaa.j I4:i, I 80 I 4V 150 47'4
My.MtMiavla7iWau I tt U77V(M
Cash uuotatlona were as follows:
KLsjL'K bieady; winter patents, 14 104
6 SO; winter straights, 3.;.Xo4 si; Bpring
1 lwtenta. 4.iKii6.(A.; pi tng strUglila, ,4.un
HAKLKK-r'iu or mixing, SUc&flOS'
air to cholrc limiting, 1.17ul 2 '
KKKDS rimottiy. lli.Muii.i.-a; clover,
111 ifM W.
1 frtuVIMONB-iJird. per 110 Iba., $'J 1J.
fciiurt rtba, aides llwiw), 44.0.
i'oUnl rlearaiufs ot wnrat and flour
Were eUMl to HA.wO bu. frlnmiy receipts
were iM.itAI bu.. vonipartd Kith ,';,uu bu.
tlie correioiiiliiig day a year rki. Kti-
mated recciiu. lor tomorrow: Wheat 17
, 1 are; torn. tais; vl. lv- caia; hogs,
..wu bead. '
t.'blvago Cash Prices Wheat, No. 2 red
I &,!;; No. rvd. No. 2 hurdi
Mtiiiil W, No. 2 haid, IMueM:; No. 1 north-
vrn, 'i.t'ii.it; -No. n iioi'tiicrn. tl.Ubtii.uu
' -No. I lioi thirii, LtA-l.Ui; No. i spring
KiK-vll.W; No. spring, ifM.-sol.trj; ., 4
I ai ring, tte:vM.tai; tlvei iliaii, auciy 11.(12
oui uin, aA ti.tio. Corn, .No. i, iiu,.'
-No. 2 wlulc, Utt,ec; No. Z white,
it'ic; No. i yciion, ,j;jVit; No. a, 74,1
7 v ; Hew, W-,i;(Jf, No. i wiule, H.lo;
new. -o. 4 iiow, iitfiu'-jt; tie
WryWc; .mi. , ilijiic, new, aivtoiklc;
1 Ao. 4 whllo. (-'.,.; 110H, WJui"; Ui
tllow, itv;ti; nu, wjifac. Oais, No. 2.
lvc; No. t while, ivu'4c; No. 4 wiutt-i
i-nHlJiK.-; No. i, 4u'ii.; .o. while, 4,iu
. ; stsniurd. n-.c.
iilK-No. 2, SH'oS-i.-.
n ahu; v amn i,iA.
TlWU'i li V 4U.UU4. L.':3.
t'lX i-.K )i.lAy.M.OU.
1SU T'i'- fieuujr ; (.leameries, H1-. a S2j
dairies, iU'ifldL'. '
l:. J03-lvc. eipu, 2,:;i cases. Market
' firm; at maih., cajea Included, iiwuv
Iirsts. Z-'ISm: prime tlrma, tsc '
tlth;i'.ht--Mfily ; dsUiea, HVfil&c
twin. l47kU4c; Voung America ltt
U:; long burns. HujL,u. '
l'i)TA'i'OL-iteiuy: cliolc to fancy
i';C'; fair to guod, iliil
Jill I.TItV-Knii,; tuikeya. lie; chick
ens. '-.. lipring. 10c.
Vk-AJj bleady; Ml to 60-lb. weights. 7
t.arlot lteceipts Wheat, 13 cara Willi
of ixjntrai'l Kiudtr; corn, lai cars.' ltii 2
t,f counsel giaoe; 01 . lul cars. Total re.
idi'li of ln-at al t'lilcago, MinneaiioUs
ai.U L'oiutb today were 414 cara. coin
j uird ini cara ll sti-n and ts caja
corr.-j kuuiu day a year
1 1 w
NKW VIIRK iF.t;r.M, JIAHKET
Qaetatlona of the Day o Varloas
I omsnodl t les.
NEW YORK, Nov. M. FIOI"R Steady ;
spring patents. .i.2:'j.VM; winter alralghte.
14 2-ill 3D; winter patenta, i 3M4.70; aprlng
clears. H.lo 4.; wlntr extras. No. 1,
f !"aI Ay, winter extras. No. 2, i 4.13 ui.
Kansas straights. 4.fVa4Hr. Rye flour,
quiet; fair to good, 14 7 a 4 90; choice to
easy; fair to good, 4.7r.'iM ; Oholce to
lancy, 5.(i04i5.a',. Huckwheat flour, quiet,
U "ilZA. per 100 lbs.
I'uRNMKAIj-Meady; fine white and
yellow, ll'ni.tS; coarce. ir.il.0. kiln
dil-d. $;t if.ti.l.70.
RVK-wuiet; No. 2. Kc, e. I. f., Huffalo.
HARI.KV Steady; malting, 1.1QJL23, c.
I. f , Huffalo.
WIIKAT Spot market firm; No. t red,
P'c. elevator export l.atls and f. o. h.
afloat; No. 4 northern Uuluth, $1.13
f. n. I', afloat. Futures market was
firmer on tim cables, ra'n In Argentina,
light receipts, 11 lillxrnid In the north
west and tlun casii marliets, closing l,1t
c net higher; lieccmlier closed 9 i-lfcc;
CORN Upot ttiHrket firm; new export.
70I4C f. o. I), afloat to arrive. Futures
maikrt was noniinnl. Rerelpts, n,J73
bushels; shipments, I!.!'. bushels.
t.AT.-Hpot inMrlset eusy; standard
white, j.'J'ic elevator; N'o. 2, Mc; Nos. 3
and 4. ll-tc; natural white and white
clipped, fij&i ic on trunk, l'iituie.1 nomi
nal. Rerelpts, hh.VlO bushels.
HAY-FIrm; prime. 11.20; No. 1, II. ;
No. 2. 11.25; No. 5, 1I.0G
HOPS Firm; state, common to choice,
Mil crop. !CriTir; 1J10 crop nominal;
Pacific c.iaM. Ilill crop. 4rt4ic: JlilO crop
IMLiK Oulct: Central America. Ito-
l.KA l IIF.R-I lrm: hemlock firsts. 3R'd
?7c; recondN, iuJtc; thirds, liru'ilcl rn
PKOVISION-Pork, slradv: mess.
$l7.ri'iilS.n; family, IO.OOii.'l.riO; short
clears. m.T'-n 11.25. llwf. firm: mess.
IIL' Si 1.1.00; family, I4.0i M.JO; beef hams,
iiiji.is. 1111 meiits, ipilet; pirKtM
bellies. Pi to 14 lbs.. llil.2rirll X: nlcklcd
hams, lll.Mill -3 I.ard, slealy; middle
west prime, .3."iSi!M."; refined steady:
continent, 0.mi; houth America, 110.50;
comimutifl. ti.it 7.D1). 1
TALLOW Unlet: Prime cltv. lihds .
KT(.c; country. ii'iitt7c.
HI TT B.K-h Inn; creanu rv firsts, HK.J
2Hc; creamery held, Sieclals, "a'jfinic;
extras. :fii"li; process first, 23&J,:iie;
seconds. 2i'i'J2'p: fiictory. current make'
first. 22o:'."c; soconds. 21'ic '
CIIKKHK Firm; state whole milk.
Fepieinbor' nnd enrllor specials , lo'ic;
avetaga fancy, IVfliriUc: stats whole milk
rut rent make, kpei ials, l.Hc; averago
isiii y, iittc; omirr aruues, Jiplt4 144C.
K1(I3 Steady ; fresh gathered, extras
37fu3c; firsts. 31.".!c: seconds, Wu'Vo'
thirds. 2iJiic; refrigerator, firsts, sen
son a charges pul l, uyac; western gatli.
ered, white, 3.Vn40c.
P il'LTHY Alive, Irregular: western
chickens, WtfiWic; fowls, hriUl'Oc; tur.
keys, WlfWie. Dressed, ensy; western
chicken, 7yiflc; fowls, 7i&lCUv; turkeys.
fit. I.oala firnernl Inrket.
ST. LOUia. Nov. Il'.-WUEAT-Cash.
rteady; track No. 2 red, IMfW.io; No. 1
hard, Wi Wl.oo; December, DSVoWc; May,
CORN-Hlgher; track No. 2, 7DHo; No.
3 whfte. 7r.c; December, Il44c.
OATtt-Flrm; track No. 2, 48e. No. t
white. 4⪼ Deceinlier, 48c.
RYU I Unchanged, 2c.
FliOUK Dull; red winter patents, 1100
JiS.OO; extra fancv and straight, 'l.b5'ul
4.uf; hard winter clears, l3.4rst43.6T.
KEKD Tlmothv. $14.4X15.60.
COHNMKAI- H .20.
H RAN Firm; sacked, east track, 11.14
HAY Firm; timothy. IJ0.003 22.43; prai
rie, I1.0KJ Iti.SO.
PROVIrilONS Pork, unchanged; Job
bing, I1H.7&. I Mr d, higher: prime steam,
s kwft.u6. Dry salt meata, unchanged;
boxi'd extra, shorts, x clear rllui,
JX.HJ',; short clears, $.M 87H. Huron, tin
changed: boxed extra short. $n.82Vi; clear
libs, 4H.62V,: short clears, .87H.
PO U L T 11 Y Iiwer; chickens, 7Hc;
siirlnga, 8Vjc; turkeys, LT-ic; ducks, 1U)C;
HUTTER Steady; creamery, 2332c.
Klour, bbls '. Hum ,ono
Wheat, bu IM.otiO 22.OU0
Corn, bu.. .( ' I4.O0O
OaU, bu ai.tr. 1) 29.000
Kansas f lly (Iraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nor. Id WHEAT Un
changed ; No. 1 hard,. Vlctrll.tir.; No. R, Ma
f 11.03: No. 2 red. IHiWc; No. 3. 06frfHSo;
December. H7Wu97'.ic: May. ll.OlKit: July.
CORN New. unchanged ; old, Ho up;
No. 2 mixed, 7lc; No. 2. i.'iViic; No. 2 wlitlti,
T..'o: No. 3. 72c: December. MKa: May.
OAT8-Steady; No. S white, IS''J'c,
No. 2 mixed. 47ii47c.
II AY Steady: choice timothy, $19.50o9
20.00; choice prairie, 13.tKij 13. M.
Hl'TTER-Creamery, 33c; flrsta, 33ci
seconils, Use; packing stock, 80c.
i;uU3-Kxtraii, 30c; firsts, 28?; seconds,
Wheat, bushels 3i.0"0 (ti.OX)
Corn, bushels 2S.nn0, 19 0i0
Oats, bushels .0u 15,000
Philadelphia I'rodac Blarket.
PHlLADKI.r'HIA. Nov. 11 B17TTKR
Firm; western creamery, special, 37c; ex
tra western creamery. 2k; extra nearby
KWIM Firm, two per case higher; Pens
vlania and nearby first, fie cases,
lUVfti per cuae; current receipts, free cases.
1111:11 per case; western firsts, free oases,
$10. HI per case; current receipts, free
cases, $10 SO per case.
t HEKV K F I rm ; Uc higher; New York
full crrania. fancy, l.lr: New York full
creams, fair to good, 14fil64c.
I . t I 1 . . A
I.IVERltKU Nov. 18. WHEAT Ppot
llMitv V.. 1 Maitllith 1m mU.A XT.. H
Mllnaake tiraln Market.
MII-WAl'KKK!, Nov la. W M E A T No.
1 northern. II.07M'" lH; No. 2 northern,
ll.tsjfol Wi; No. 2 hard winter, $l.il.02;
Deceinlier. UTic; May. I.K).
OATS Standard. 4I.,nio'V1iC.
BARLEY Malting, ll.l.vtjl.tt.
I'EORIA, Nov. M.-CORN Higher; No.
I white, i.I'hc; No. I yellow, (',c; No. i
yellow, disc; No. S ntlxed, eato; No. 4
mixed, time; sample, ills'.
OATS Inactive; Na. I mixed, 461.0,
Minneapolis lira I a Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. M. WHEAT
TVeceinber, HOIS; May, $1 OMi'I.Ohi: Julv,
ll.H1il.lUH. Cash No. 1 hard, ll.OtlH: No.
1 northern, fl.uuVn 1 ,"vi: No. 2 northern,
W.tHVsijl.04,; No. 3 wheat. Wolf 11.01 V
4 of le Market.
Ni:W YORK. Nov. 1. COkT-'E E Fu
turcs opened firm at an advance of I
to 10 pointa In response to rather better
European cables than expected and pri
vate cables reporting steadier primary
markets. Huslnces waa not active, but
with offerings comparatively light the
market Improved during the day on
covering by shorla and buying from
trado aourcea, which seemed to be chiefly
Inspired by higher cost and freight of
fers from Hruxll, and itiillcatlona that the
pot supplies that were pressing on the
market earlier In the week had been
absorbed. The close was steady and firm,
from 7 to 24 pointa net higher, tales. 47. (MO
baas: November. 14 40c; December. 14. Bsc:
January. It.tOc: February, 15.lc; Ma-ch.
13 5IK-; April. 13.3ic; May, 13 62c; June,
13.4;c: July. 13 47c; August, lJ.Wc; (Septem
ber and October, 1 j tic.
Havre waa unchanged to "4 frnno
hlglier; Hamburg waa W to pfg. higher.
As yesterday vas a holiday In Hruxll
the early official cables wer missing,
but the special cables from eantos re
ported the market firm at MtwO for 4s or
loo rei blglier. H.10 Faulo reeelpta wer
.Vti.OOU bugs. New York warehouse deliver,
les yrsieiday were U.74 bags against
Id.Ct'itl baga laat year. Cost and freight
offers fiom Hraxll were said to be from
jo to 00 points higher than early In the
week. Spot eoffee. ateadv; Rio No. T,
..'-( lM.c; huntos No. 4. lon.c; mild,
dull; Cordova. lOypi'.jc iiominal.
lla and Kaain.
CaVANNAH. Nov It TURPENTINE
HotflN Firm; typ F, C17.0; O.
tT. lAJCIS. Nov. 10. WOOL Steady;
territory and wrsiern msdliima, .ITtij
(lite luevUuuis, ltuc; fiii, Lili '
Manitoba, 7s 0d; futures firm; Decem
ber. 7 l.d; March. 7a 2d; May. 7a 1J.
CORN Spot firm; American mixed, s
tid: futures firm; Jauuai, 6 7d; Feb
ruary, fia 't,d. ,
NEW Y0RKST0CK MARKET
Renewed Strengrth Exhibited on
'Chang-e During- Day.
uinoN PAcmc bought freely
General I'pllft In Prices Resalts
from the taananee of Favorable
Anonel Report by nail,
NEW VORK, Nov. 10-Renewed
trength Was exhllilted bv the stoik
market today. Trading was not heavy
and changes were not Inrge. but weakness
disappeared. Operations centered about
1 nlon Pacific, which was brought Into
prominence by the Issuance of Its annual
report which was regarded as distinctly
Union Pacific was lmught heavily and
showed a gain of more than 2 points. Its
strength was a tonic for the market and
the whole list rose In response to more
active buying. In the afternoon prices
shaded. Lehigh Valley was weak at the
opening, but rose In response to a re
newal of speculative operations. It was
supported consistently and at the close
that stock and Cnlon Pacific were
strongest of the active Issues.
Among the less active storks, the
strength of the southern group was
pronounced. The largest amount of gold
reserved for export In a single, day within
many months was the total of IJ.nao.uUO
engaged for shipment to Canada In pay-
ineni ror Canadian bonds In connection
with financing undertaken by American
Refusal of the T'nlted States circuit
court to permit Independent tobacco In
terests to intervene In Ihfe lmiH,.in
Tobacco reorganization proceedings was
reierrea to as influences which sustained
the Streneth Of the stnolr mi.(iil
Ronds were steadv with uoiuiaprt u
una issues active and strong. Total
ales, par values. $3,im.iM0. United States
registered zs declined on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
un Ktix-ks were a follows:
ales. Hlfh. Iw. Close.
Alll'-rhalfnort pM US) it 14 J4
Amalgamated Cuppar ... 4,000 (1H4 M IH14
Am.n-.n Acrlruliural .. Ili M'i (.1
Am. fleet Vucar l.mio Hit, ,!..
Anwrtraa Can eoo IIS t IS H'a
American C. A V oo ii it
Am Cotton Oil 1.J0U 44 4414 4tli
Amarlisa II. 4c L. ptd f
Am. Ie sVcurlllea loo U( 17S
Amarlran Llnseeit 9
Amarttaa Locomotive xr.14
Amarlran g. A R s.am 70 4? "4 71)4
Am. H. A H. pfd I lot 10J 103
Am. Htsol Koundrlea toil Stf ni n?H
Am. sugar Kalinins 1.3m ims. 111, 11714
Amarlcao T. T 1.000 13V 1X4 n
Amarlran Tohacfo pfd... 100 8 074
American Woolen 80
Anaconda Mining Co.... I.00 1714 M Wi
Atrhlaon J.700 107V4 W M'i
Alchlson pfd COO 10,1 ins, pins
Atlantlo Ciiatt Una 4.000 !i Vl l,w
llaltlinnra Ohio too lOJ'i miv. 111114
llathlaham Steel , 2'4
Brooklyn Rapid Tr 4.0 u 77S4 77
i'anadlan Paolflo 1,700 2J44 til 2:!8
Cantral lathar lot 2114 22 21',
('antral Leather pfd H.H,
(.'antral of New Jaraar 125
Chesapeake 4V Ohio l.iot 74'4 7(14 7(U
Chlrau A Alton 30
( hicaso (1. '., naw to
Chlrase W. ptd 200 34 , t74 34
Chlcaco 4 N. W 400 144 145 14S
Chlrato, M. J It. P.... 1,000 1114, now
:.. c. C. A (it. L. 75
Colnraile F. A 1 i7
Colorado A southern.. 44
Consolidate! Uaa 4,(00 Hi 141 11 m
(lorn products los
lialaware A lludaon 300 171 Uj 171 171
Uanver A Itlo OranUa.... 100 ts 13 2"l'i
(Mover A R. O. ptd 100 44 4 '
lilailllara' gaourltlaa .... 1,000 1114 Jl 31
Krla 4.900 3t J 3'iUj
Krla 1st pfd too USi ti SJH
Krla td pfd (3.
(ianaral Elutlic !00 IMS V1
Oraat Northern pfd 1,740 1174a 13St W
(Iroat Northern Ore el(a. loo 43 4t 43
Illinois Central too 1(1 141 14 1 14
Inteenoroush Mat J.0UO I4'4j
Int Mat. pfd 1.400 474 4 14
thtamatlona) Harvaater.. I0 104S4 104 1U7
Int. Marina pfd 1414
Intaraatlonal Papar lo
International Pump 640 t3 ' 13 33
lows Central 17i
Kama C'lir Beuthern... 100 4H n
K. ('. go, ptd 100 ttVa t.IVs 45
Iialeda Uaa 100 114 lot 10414
Ixiulavllls 4k Naahvilla.. 1.004 144 14l 1U
Minn. A Bt. Lou la 33V4
M.. t P. A I. 8. U 134
Mlaaourt, K. A T 100 MH . JJ 2k
M . K. A T. pfd 14
Mlaaourt Pacific l.tOO 40ti lS 40
National Hiaeutt 140
National Load 4A0 4 44 4U
N. R. R. of M. td pfd.. S.0 !li 34 S
Naw York Cantml too 10714 . lot 10444
N. V.. O. A W 4"0 4o4 40 40
Norfolk A Weatern 1,4U 110 lot's 1H"4
North Amarlran 71 S
Northern Pacing 7,(04) 111 Si U lltuj
Parlfla Mall tru,
Paanavlvania 4,100 l-'J 121 V:ii
Paopla'a Uaa 1,200 lot . -10444 in'
P.. C.. C. Bt L 1 WH
Plttabur Coal lot It Hl4
Pnvaaafl Sleal Car ,'..( ...... 31
Pullmaa Palao Car lit
Railway Htal Spring. .... I'M 1014 sou wu;
Heading .'..1M.4O0 141 H 14
Repuhllo gtaal 11
llop'ibllo Steal pfd too tllH SO44 H0
Hook lalaad To 400 27", 17 J4
Hock Island Co. pld 100 II 41 CO
HI. U A . r. id pfd... 100 40 40 40
St. Lou la g W 14
Bt. L. a. w. pfd ' 1014
Bloat-sheffleld t. A 1 .11.1 44
Southern Pacific MOD )IS )l4 11244
ftoulhera Hallway t.noo M t . 10
o. Hallway pfd too 1i, 71 71
Tanaeaaaa Cop par tot if St M
Teiaa A Panlfle. Jl
T . St. I. A W r 1'
T . gt. I A W. plat .... 440 43 43 41
I'nlan Pacific 1 17. M0 171 171 17t
t'nlon Parlfla pld lot 1144 . 2l
tinltad Mtataa Haalty W
Pnlt.4 Stalaa Riibtsar.... 4.400 47 44 44
t'ulted aulas Stool 141.700 JS 41 2
V. g. Slawl pfd KKWi 10h io
I tah Oopowr 1,103 (8 4714 44
Va -Carolina Chemical II
Wahati 400 tl 11 11
V.abaih pfd 4i t? t' ts
Waatars Maryland loo t t
Waattnshnim Klsctrlo .. Too 4U- t( r.
Waatara t'nlon too 17 71 11
Wheeling A U R 4
Lahlh Valley tt.leS 1M 114 17t
Total aalas for the day, tat. lot shares.
I New York M-aey Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. H.-MONKY-On
call, steady; KViH par cent: ruling rate,
H per coat; offered at 24 per cent.
Time loans, steavdy; alxty days and ninety
days, 3) per cnt; six months, 3''0 3
I'RIMW MERCANTILE PAPER ItJIVi
BTKRUNO BXCltANaE-Hteady, with
aotual business In bankers' bills at tl.&MtO
for sixty days and (.o1 for demand. Com
mercial hllla, 4.ai.
rtlLVKlt-llar, W,c; Mexican dollars,
UOND8 Oovemmeot, easier; railroad,
Cloning quotations' on bonds todsy were
V. t. rat ta rag ..too!nt. U M. 4... K
e coupon lH)Japaa 4a ta
ta rag 101 o 4Ha H
da ouupoa ioi4L. S. dab. 4a INI.. 3
do 4a res 114 U A N. ant. 4a....
do IM.UIHMI l'.iH'M. K A T lat 4s 7
Allla-Chal. 1st is... au a sa. 4a aa
Am At. ta Ii Me. Pacific 4a 74
A. T AT. c. 4a..lH4N. H. H. of M. 4a t?
Am. Totwoce 4a sa N , at. C. g la, ... a
da 4a 111 Jo Sab. 4 3
Armour A (V 4s. r' J4. r.. N. H. A M.
Aichiaoe ia. 4a.... tt tr. ta Ill
do cv. 4a )7e.v. AW lat a, 4a Bk
So av. U 10 so cv. 4a lot
A. C. U 1st 4a KtiNo. Pacltta 4a 1ihi
Bl. A Okie 4a ta So la a
da 1 H0. S. U rMg. 4a... 44
do g W. .... tittPena. cr. IVia Ult.. tsi
Brook. Tr tv. 4a.. da ton ta lo
a. of da. ta lot Readme goa 4s ls
Can. iMthar 4a..... . L. A S. r. (f 4a lu
ot N. J. t ta..tilvi 0o a. ta M
Cbaa. A Ohio 4a..loiEI U i W. a 4s.. 7a
So nt. ta ta tls IM '.aid 4a.... k
cuicart A A. Ia. tS. A. L. 4a... tt
C. U. A g. J. 4a... 'M. Paa. out. 4a 1
So gao. 4a 17 do '. 4; t7
o. M. A S. P d 4a 1 So lit rat 4a M
C. H. I. A P. . 4a Ilia So. Railway ta. klM
do rl 4a M So (an. 4a 7
a. -olo. lad 4a 1(t'nln Paclfla s...ii!
Colo. Mid. 4a 40 So cv. 4a 10.1
C AS. r. A a. 4a 7 So lat A raf. 4a.. t; '
D. A II. cv. 4a.... iWf, S. KuiiWr 4a ... lot
P. A H. U. 4a Sl. S. SI eat IS 4a ...In)
da rat ta M Va.-i'ar Cham. ta..luo
ruullora ta 11 Wabaah lat U. lua
Krla p. I. ta 17 Mnl si. 4a.. 44
do (as. 4a tt Weaiorn Md. 4a 17
do C 4a. ear, A 17 Waal. Klao. or. ta.. t
So arrlas B 17 Vi la. ( .iilral 40...., tl
Oaa. Klao. ct. ta...lloMo Pka. av. la....
III. On. lat rot. 4s M4 'PaoaBuv is 103
Int Mat 4a. 71
Bssk sf KaaUaal Slateaaeat.
UONIN. Nov. IS. The weekly state
ment ot the Rank of Kngland shoa the
following rhangea: Total reserve. In
creased. 0,174,0.4. circulation, decreased,
tijo.uuu; bullion, Unrease.1. i41.0-j; other
aoourlties. Increased. t.'kjw.Oui; other de
posits. Increased. 4l44K.(iuu; pulillc deposits.
Increased tlovi.Ouu; notes, reeerve. in.
creassKl 1.C.(; government see url tits.
Increased f lua UuO. The ymportlvtn ot the
banks rsaervs 19 lsblllty this a,cjj
It waa 4f 7) per
l.ondnn gtook Market.
7NIK)N. Nov. 11 American securities
opened steady and slightly higher, but
later moved irregularly. At .noon prices
ranged from above 10 "4 below yester
day s New York closing.
I-on Ion ( los.ng stock cpiotatlons.
Illinois Central . .144
Conanla. money . .7t l Inn I n v 1 1 1 A Naah l.".4
do account 7Mo . Kan A Tea. .1.'
Amal Vpper no sw York Central. .110
Anaconda 7 Norfolk A Western 113
Atchison 1o ) pfd ai
do Pfd 107 nm.rl. a- tt-MUrn 41 U
osmniurs iinio..lio pcniitylrania ...
(anadlan Pacific ...244Hand Mlnea ....
( liana peak a A Ohio. 7C Heading
(hi. Oreat Western .20 Southern Itr ..
. Mil. A HI. P ill a, mm
l)ner A HI
;(4 t'nlon Pacific
W"4 do pfd
do lat pfd
do td pfd
31 tl. a. steal.
6( do pur ..
43 Wabaah ....
24 do pfd ...
Meady at 25
MONKY-lHfil per cent.
The rate of dlsrount In the open mar
ket for ahort bills Is 34 per cent; for
three months' bills, 3MS3 7-K5 per cent.
Ilnstoa Mtoeb Market.
IIOSTON. Nov. 1. Clrslng quotations
- muim were as follows:
A .. L. A 8
H A C C. AS M
Hulle aMtlon ...
''al. A Arizona.....
(al A Hacla
Cop. Range C. C .
Kaat Puna C. M...
(ireena Cananea ...
llo llo.-.i. cxippar
1j Palle Copper
4 Nevada Con.
ti Nlplwlng Mlnea ..
15 North Pul.a
i North lake
17 Old nonunion
SSt rarrott S. & C...
7 Superior A II. M -.
: V. 8 a. K. A M.
7 do pfd
3 I tah Copper Co
cr York Mlaliia; Stncka.
NEW TORK. Nov. Hi -Closing quota
tions on mlnlnu stocks we
Allcs too t.lllla Chief
. -. 100
Com. Tunnel atock. 20
do bonda 17
Con. Cal. A Vs.... 70
Iron Silver 100
Lesdvllle Con 10
Ifhuorted fiwiss. err imi.
bwibs, zx- DiooK Swiss, ldc; twins,
lie; ilalslca 17c; triplets. 17Vte; young
Americas, 18c; blue label brick, 17i4o; llm
be.r?I' -"lb- J8i limbeifer, 1-lb , 10c.
RtJTTKR-No. 1. 1-lb. carton. 4c; No. 1,
In eo-lb. tubs, 4c; No. 1, Sc; packing, 20c.
POULTRY Broilers. Ihc; epnngs. He:
bens, K'c; cocks, luc; ducas, iso; geese,
loc; turkeys. Zw, pigeons, per dos., $1.50.
Alive, broiler. jxo: riens, y.ju; 0id
I costers and ttiugs, 6c; old ducas, full
leather.. He; geese. lull feathered, loc;
turners, Imj; guinea lowis. loo each;
plgcuna, pr dos.,- ibe; homers, per doa..
42 ou; aituabs. No. 1, tl.DO; No. t. Wc.
KJSit ficterel. Ho; wnlte, lotjiheu; pike,
loc; tl'out, U'whic; large crapplun, 1uh1c;
bpamen mackerel, lw;- eel, he; haddocks
Uo; lluunders, loc; gteen catlibh, Ijiuviac;
roe fliad, tl.uJ each, shad roe. per pair,
duo; aalnion. iSu; liallbui, lkji3c; yell w
perch ac; buffalo. Mo; bullheads, 11c.
POUL'IRY broilers. ic, springs, Uo;
hens, lJv; cocas, yc; ducks, loc; gses,
lsc; turkeys, loo; pigeons, per dos, i.6g.
Alive, broilers, UW. lions, c; oil
roosters aim slags, ac; old aucka, lull
leatbured, uo; geeae, full lelaiiereU, luc;
turkeys, leu; guinea lowia, loo acn;
pigeons, pur doa., lav; homeis, tier (loa.,
ta-ev; squabs. No, 1, tl.fru; iNO. 2, UK.
liccf cut a'rivea i4Ua: No. 1. Joe; No.
, U7c; No. U, UriC lAiins: No. 4, luvtc.
No. it, 13ftc; Mo. t, Vo. CfiucaS: No. i.
iVtc; No. i, wku; No. 4. Ivouuda. Nu.
1, Uc; No. t, aau; No. 4, I'laioa; aM..
4, tc; No. t, 474ui No. 4C.
FKU1TB Apples cooxiiig varieties, per
bbl., 4W.1t; Jonathan, par obi., Ji.uu, ben
Lavls, per bui., .uO. Caiilornia bello
iluwer, per box, 11. 3o; Coiojuuo jonatuati,
extra fancy, per box, 4X..V; Waamngtun
ttpltacnuerg, per bos. 4U.au; Washington
K. ieauty, l.er box, w.uu; Vvasningion
Btaman wintsaps. pr boa. IWai. Ba
nanasFancy aaiect, per bunch, Z.ioit
Z.uU; Jumbo, per bunch, IJ.JikuJ.io. Cran
berries Wisconsin tancy, per bbl., ta.ou;
per bos, U.W; -extra lurge Jumbo, per
bbl., llu.00, Uatva Anchor brand, naw,
no 1-lb. ipaga. in boxes, per box, 4U.0U.
Figs Calituinia, per case of la U-ounce
pkgs., afic; per case of M U-otinue.
4U.0U; New Turkish, 6-crown in 20-lb.
boxes, per lb., lac; o-crown In )-lti.
boxes, per lb., leu; 7-crown in 30-lb.
boxes, per lb.. 17c. Urape fruit-Floilda,
to-M aises, per crate, 44.7irUo.oj; tsi-64-64
sixes, per crate, lo.L'u. Urapua Califor
nia Tokays, per 4-bsk. crate, tl.Hu: Malaga
grapea In bbls., to.&vi.ou. Lemons U
moneira. brand, extra fancy, Uo0-0 sixes.
Per box. td.ia: lxirna Llmonelra. fan. v
3iu-3uu sixes, per box, 46. uu; 2IU and 4ai
sises, bvc per box leas. Oranges
Niagara Hediands Valenclas. 90-l uuea.
Cer box. eo.415. loo-17-lJUV-:w-;ttO sixes, per
ox, li.W. Fesches California and Colo
rado, per box. 11.00. Pears Caiifomi
it. Ciarigeau. per 60-lb. box. $3.00.
VEijK'l AI1LK8 Means-String and
wax, per tnkt. bak., 1.00tul.25. Cab
bage v isoonsm !-or, -v. iui,ii-.
Celery Michigan, per doa. 40c; Colorado
Jumbo, per dox., Wc. Cucumbers-Hot
house, per dos., iou. Egg plant Fancy
Florida, per dos.. li.UO. Garlio h-.iri
fancy, white, per lb., 14c. Lcsttuce Extra
fancy leaf, per dos.. 40c. Onions Cali
fornia, white, per lb., 3c; Wisconsin, yel
low and red. In aacka, par lb., 2c; Hpan
tsh. per crate, 1.75. Parsley Fancv
home grown, per dos. bunches. 46c. yiL
totoes Minnesota Karly Ohio, per bu
1.UU; Wiacolieln whits stock, per bu.!
Uoc; In lo-ack lots, 4c less. Sweet po
tatoesVirginia. )r bbl., 3.50; per tin.
bag.. I1.3f. Rutabagas In sacks. rwi ih
lVic Totnatca Calif ornls, per crate.
41. sJ. . I
M18CICL.UANEOUS Almonds Tarra.
gona. per lb., lb:io; in oaok lots, lo lees
liraxtl nuts-Per lb., 14c; in sack lota, iii
less. Cocoanuts Per sack, to.iO. Fil
bertsPer lb.. 14c; In sack lots, lo less.
Peanuts Roasted, per la.. 1ac: raw
lb.. 7Vo. PecansLavrge. pet lb.. 14c; in
sack lots, lc less.' Walnuts New crop
1U1, California, per lb.. 17Wc; In aack loia.
lo leas. Cider New Nehawka. per li
gal. U bbl. M OO; per 30-gal bhl.. J5.5K;
New ork Mutts, per la-gal. U bbl.. Ho,
per 30-gal. bbl.i 1A50. Iloney-New. U
frames. 4J.75. Kraut-Pcr 1A..I L..
LW; Wisconsin, per M bbl.. aVU
NEW TORK. Nov. Iii. coTTVivr
closed quiet and unchanged; middling up-
uuuuiuia un, v.fpc; sales, bvl
The cotton market opened slea.1v . .
decline ot i 7 points In reaponue to rather
easier caDiea man looaeo tor. rumors that
the China situation was beginning to
exert a more Important Influence In Man
chester trade, and a renewal of moderate
local selling following the revision of
differences by the New York mrh.m..
committee last night. There seemed to
be very little criticism of the new differ
ences either way, but the fixing of In
creased premiums on the high grades and
larger penalties on low grades removed
one of the uncertainties thai had con.
fronted the trade earlier In the week
and during the early trading business
waa a little more active, .piupport of the
near months by spot people was a sus
taining factor, however, and the market
mirr uecanie icaa active, Willi prlcea
fluctuating within a or 4 pointa nt ,h-
. Metal Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. . lB-MPTil a
Standard copper, steady; ot and Novem
ber, lU.Sti 12.46; futures. 1 1 2. Joi !.&. I.011
don market opened firm. but closed
easier; spot. 57 Is 3d: futures, (57 loa 3d.
lAke copper, ll2.m51J.7l; electrolytic.
ll24l.7S; casting. .251i2.liO. Tin.
steady; spot. lK6ii4i.75; futures, IC.rf
43 W. London, ateady;' siiot, 197 15a;
futures, fl7 10s. Lead, firm; I4.SMN.40.
New York; 4.2ttM.0. Fjst Bt. Ixiuis.
London. (15 17s tjd. Snelter. firm: av
ttoO. New York; eS.4041H.8O, F.ast Bt. Ixiula.
London, f lf.s. Antimony, dull: Cook-
eon'a. M.Oil2 6tl. lion. Cleveland war.
rants 47s 4d In Ixindon. In ally Iron
waa quiet; No. 1 foundry northern. llSitfi
rl62S; No. t foundry northern. I14.:frf
1500; No. 1 aouthern and No; 1 southern
8T. LOUIS Nov. 14 M ETA 1.8 Iead
higher at t4.2&tc4.r74: spelter, hlirhee
Dry tiavads Karkrt.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14.-DRY OOODS-
Tha cotton goods market was somewhat
firmer during the day. In men's wear
and dress goods circles trading for spring
delivery Is mora genersl. Yarns were
NEW YORK, Nov. K KCGAR-Raw.
nominal; muscovado. S3 test, t.tt'c: cen
trifugal. W test. i-Uc; inoluaaea. Ust
i 37c, reftucd, easy.
50.S0 per cent; last Week
OMAHA LIYESTOCK MARKET
Large Cattle Run for Thursday,
with Pricet Lower.
HOGS ACTIVE AND FIVE HIGHER
Fat gheesv Test ta Fifteen l.ovrer anal
Fat lernka Fifteen to Tnrsty
Loser Very Fere Feed
ers on gale.
SOT'TII OMAHA. Nov. 16, Iftll.
I'our days this week.26.B:4
jame dais last wcek...2:i.8lO
same i week a ago 2I.HS2
ume 3 weeks ago IW.iW
name 4 weeks ao 84.370
ame days laat year...31.W8
rhe following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at Koutn omana
for the year to date as compared with
laat year. lfMi. tn). inc. Dec
('"Ule l.V-S.rtT5 l.tr,2ir2 ol,i
HKS 2.4T74.7& l.mi4.477 SJ.31t4
Sheep i!,774,tt4 2,lil0,612 3o.61
The following table bt.uwi the average
prices paid for hogs at South Omaha for
toe latt few days, with comparisons.
Uate, I lull. imu.l'Siu.Hiue.lia),.l:sW.lao.i.
..U5 I U 1 W ; 4 oil a 4 11
9.. I tl U J Ml 7 7H E : 4 es II tM 4 7
1U.I ill 1 Wi 7 741 6 b j ti 071 4 SO
11. li 2i 7 tVlj 7 7 t 1 4 O:.; I
12. 1 1 J t 7 M i 79 4 8:4 6 Ol
13.1 6 nHl I 7 M i 7 4 JO! i WI
14. C 2i?,; 7 71 a I 5 S 4 S! 6 ys
16.) li .'ti 1 7 tt 7 9 11 I 4 4 ti Uf,
!.. 7 : 7 M 5 S9 4 91 6 10
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union tttock Yards, South Omaha, for
the twenty-four hours ending ut 3 p. m.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H i's.
C M. A Pt. P. Rv.. 15 2
Wabash R. R. I :i 3 u
Missouri Pacific-.... 1
I'nion Pacific H. R. 20 1:1 12 l
C. & N. W.. cast.... 12 7 ft
C. N. W.. west.... '.) (f 3
it;., rU. P., M. & O.. 10 4 2 .:
C, H. A Q., east.... 8 2
C., H. tvest....lO" S. 1
C, It. I. ci r , east. 3 4 6 ..
C, R. I. A P.. west. ..1
Illinois Central Ry.. 2 4
Chicago O. W. Ry.. 2 2
Total receipts ...211
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packlnk Co 450
Swift and Company 1,008
Cudahy Packing Co l.Ml
Armour & Co 685
W. B. VansAnt CO 7
Benton Vansant & Lush 131
J. H. Bulla 1MI
Hill & Bon 239
K. B. Lewis !.... f,4
Hustofi & Co
J. B. Root & Co. f9
L. Wolf 27S7
L. F. Htiss 14
II. F. Mamlltoh ti'J
McCreary A Kellogg.... 21
Wrerthelmer A Oegen... l.
Mo. A Kan. calf Co 1HI
Cllne & Christie
Other buyert 1.581
Totals .' .7,1(W 6.890 6,953
CATTLlO-Rece'.pta of cattle today were,
the heaviest that they have been on
Thursday so far this year, In fact, the
heaviest since September of last yettr.
All told, 251 car were reported In. his
of Itself was a Very good bear argumotit
and sufficient to weaken the market.
HoWifer, the chief bear Influence came
from Chlcagtj, where receipts have been
very large and . where the market has
broken very Hhavryly. As a result ot the
large receipts and poor eastern markets
the trade here opetiod very slow and duW,
with buyers. making very little effort, to
fill orders, being inclined apparently to
await later. developments before buying
very freely. In this way-It happened
that, it waa well along toward midday
before enough. chtlle had really changed
hands to establish market quotations.
When the trade was finally under way
some Of the best beet steers sold at close
to steady prlcea, but there was a raft ot
common stuff that waa hard to move at
prices even 10c lower. The general mar
ket might be. duoted as slow to 10c lower
than-yesterday. ,iA decent kind of corn
ted steers sold up to $6.06.
Cows and heifers were extremely slow
from slurt to-finish, but the best heifers
and canners dig not show so much change
in prli'es. On the other hand the general
run of fair to good cow sturt was a little
lower again loan, ynitterday, or around
liquor! lower than Monday.
btrletly - good feeders wero scarce and
prices on such 'were not. especially
changed, but the yards were full of com
mon, trashy kinds that were very hard to
move. at any price.
Quotations otr native cattle: Good to
choice beef ateers, lt.To4J7.7i; fair to good
beet steers, jo.5diW.76; . common to fair
beef slews, t4.uuttt6.e0; good to choice
hotter. HSivBo-iior good to choice cows,
$4.4Oi5.00; fair to good cows. 33.7544.40:
common tir fair - cows, 2.76iii3.76; veal
calves, $3.rS7.u. ;
Quotations on range rattle: Good to
choice beef Steels. .67jff7.I6 ; fair to good
beef ' steers,. 5.ooitt6.75; common to fair
beef steer, 4.4Ujb.! good to choice heif
ers, 4.40tuo.l6; good to choice cows, $4.404J
(.00; fair to good cows, (3.0V44.2S; common
to fair cows, 2.7fja3o6; good to choice
Blocker ana feeders, 36vu.O0; fair to
good atockera and feeders, $4.4!a5.00; com
mon to fair stockers and feeders, 33. toy
4.40; stock Keltem, 4U.2Ml4.2i; bulls. Stags,
etc., ei.Mll.f0. -
f UEKV BTEKR3.
No. "' A. IT. No. At. Pr
JO 173 4 W 11 tal t 40
11 ?4 4 U II UU t U
7 tSS t t to W31 4 ta
.. 473 3 CO 10..
.. Tt li 10
..433 4 ! 14
.. tlS 4 ti t
.. taO IS 1
.. 47 1
. . 1 130
..1140.3 40 1
: ai 1..
423 4 4i
1 a W .
1M 4 CO
"fll'6ciKie AND FEKDKRK
417 4 44
tit 4 10
ka3 t 00
No. A V.
32 feeders.. 1054
s feeders.. K70
14 feeders.. 1HS1
23 feeders.. 7.4
13 oowa 776
3 calves... 13
t cows M7
10 heifers... 710
, H27 4 IS
, Mo 4 40
kdl I 70
S4 i 75
13 cows 1067
411 4 5
gso 1 to
108) 6 10 13 cows...
Ml 50 10 heifers.
Phllpot Ranch Co.
K cows 747 3 15 Scows...
10 bulls 1170 1 69 t bulls...
K. R. Ktnkald.
43 feeders.. 10VJ tit 11 steers..
12 cows SU 4 15 5 steers..
i feeders. .1073 f 15
t 10 helfeis.
3 75 calves
14 cow s.
J. li. Rice.
30 3 aloe:s....l0ut
II v Jones.
20 1 steer 1150
43 steers... .1327
47 steers.. ..12S
HOUd Trade in hogs ruled liiner, ij. 1
17.8:11 151. 77!
era scoring an advance o( folic
nickel. Merely normal receipts afforded
ti e mam reason for Improvement and
reasonably active uematid from ail quar
ters resulted in tree movement and an
uppiy amounted to about 100 loads and
was featured by a larger percentage of
bacon weights than usual. , veras.es near
the 20-pound mark moved on an uncer
tain market and Invariably changed
huniis at liberal discounts from the bet
ter kinds of weighty Muff. Most of the
lixht Weights coining vary greatly in
point of quality, and this factor la still
an important one in -determining price.
I he more attractive kind of bacon ani
mals sold largely at $ti.l."u.25.
Heavy classes claimed the high mar
ket. more or less exclusive. Choice lard
grades brought small premiums over
butcher stock, and the Increasing percen
tage of weights, running from 235 pounds
downward, argues favorably for continued
popularity of big stuff. The best heavies
on sale made a top of 3H.4T., with good
butchers selling around l.XtiS.35.
There were not many pigs Included In
offerings, but trade seems to be on an
ascending scale, and anything with a
healthy appearance easily passed the $5 00
mark. Some good 130-pounders sold aa
hlirh ns l.i.iiTi.
No. A. Sh. rr. No. a. So. pr
47 Ili 100 i 06 47 tt) to t 1J
....... 141 ... t 10 tl rS 200 111
" '" '0 !1t 100 19
' 40 t It to H u, t ,5
7 ... S If. in.., ....tit 40 t 13
" ... 4 15 4" :st 10 t .13
" IU ... 4 li M 1 aa a
I' 174 ISO I It i: 24t 10 tt
im t 15 tt i 1 15
20 47 241 ... IIS
! -0 tit 40 t 33
H It ... C 20 4S !44 ... 3".
7! J17 10 I 1.) 74 t"4 ... t ti
7 1V 40 I 20 3:1 Jil ... t 31
II ''JS to ICo 61...,..-'S 1 I 34
2(3 12 12 231 ... 4 13
i;i :ot ... 1 u 2.it 44 ts
71 1-1 ... 4 24 4$ 273 40 31
70 181 ... 4 2! 47 241 U0 t S3
"3 190 ... I !.- II 2J1 ... I J5
7:1 !'J0 40 I 33 tl 30S 40 I ti
7 It7 ... 4 25 44 210 ... t U
II 2ii3 124 I ti 20 240 ... t 35
M 209 ... I 2; 54 -04 aa S 34
71 2.75 210 I 2a 40 2i0 120 t I7H
SM 120 I :-. 44 293 Ml I 87
'17 (0 t fiV, 44 2HK 3S0 4 S7i,a
M5 120 I 3i) (4 jr.t 360 7i4
71 IK 40 130 II 21) ...'ItH,
7 312 ItiO 30 13 3117 U I l!7it
2 100 I SO 64 823 ... I tlVj
0 201 ... 4 30 44 310 40 t 17ft
0 J04 J00 4 20 TO 311 ... 40
' 17 ... 4 30 It Ml to 140
35 M 110 ,4 311 HO t 40
Tl M4 40 4 80 62 .115 140 I 40
M 233 ... 4 30 70 942 ... 40
"1 303 ... I 30 40 314 80 I 40
'7 lit ... I 30 67 284 H0 4 40
70 230 tO I 36 64 2M 120 t 44
M 244 140 4 33 44 ..324 100 t 40
77 341 ... 180 0 840 140 t 40
42 261 240 13 tl 311 ... I 16
4 23t 120 t 13
PIGS-ODDS AND ENDS.
f 131 ... I (0 10 tl ... t 2J
130 ... 1 40 10 143 ... t 14
24 U'l ... 6 25 17 164 ... I 4u
SHEEP-Exceptlng one string of fat
range wethers and a good sized "through"
shipment of rangers, . there was practic
ally nothing on sale In the way of sheep
or lambs that came direct from the west.
Iowa and Nebraska furnished the big bulk
of offerings and that part of the mar
ket that promised the moat business waa
occupied by fed and warmed up stock,
both western and native bred classes. The
estimate called for about 12,000 head, and
Included only a few scattered arrivals
that were properly feeders.
With recent trade decidedly top-heavy
and all wires from the east more or'less
bearish, packers insisted - upon cheapei
cost from the start and trend to values
proved, lower. Lambs, leading with wid
est margins above eastern prices, freight
deducted, tumbled badly and had to sdt
10.3.200 lower In most instances. Uood fat
sheeep, wethers especially,, held up in
fair shape, ruled steady to 104jl5c under
yesterday's levels. Ewes were none too
active, and drew declines more frequently !
than any other kind - ot matured mut- I
Really good fed lambs moved at 15. no anit I
less. Indicating a probably top of 35.75,
and a string of Montana .wethers landed
well at $3.75. Ewes soiling around 33.2tac
3.85 carried a toppy quality, and any
thing moving under 32.00 was on the can
nervorder. Doubtful warmed up atock
was avoided by moat buyers, and the de
mand from no quartei semed to be very
Generally , described, feeder trade was
nonexistant, owing to'. absence of supply.
A few bunches of warmed up stuff sold
on' country account, but votal amount of
business was hardly worth- mentioning.
Quite a'number of feeder drders are still
on file, however but-as the range season
Is closing early, 'their execution is doubt
ful. Yesterday's buy. of feeders amounted
to 6,300 head, making a three days' pur
chase of about 26.000. head.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, 5.40ij6.75; lambs, fair to
good, lri.O0?.4O; lambs, feeders, t3.25tj4.50;
yearlings, fair to choice,. 3.Hf4.40; "ear
lings, feeders, $3.ti5(i4.nfi; wethers, good to
Choice, 33.afjfa3.S6; wethers, fair to good,
33.4083.66; - wethers, feeders, 33.fXrg3.50;
ewes, good to choice. $3.10io3.35; ewes, fair
to good, $2.7uS'3.IO; ewes. . breeders, 33.25i(
3.75; ewes, feeders, 32.OU5j2.75; ewes, culls,
Representative sales: ";
No. - A v. Price.
1.SK8 Wyoming yearlings, fdrs. 73 3 90
346 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 82 2 10
488 Wyoming ewes, fdrs, culls. 75 1 "0
1.191 Wyoming lambs, fdrs M 4 60
156 native ewes S3 6 20
42 native ewes .'...137 3 26
ia native ewes, culls..... 118 2 10
V6 Nebraska ewes ,v SO 8 26
120 Nebraska ewes, feeders.... 91 2 85
12 Nebraska ewes, fdrs., culls 83 1 60
97 native wethers .........' 132 3 75
20 Nebrsska ylgs. weths 81 3 60
353 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 48 4 20
i2 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 40 8 25
116 Wyoming ylgs.. fdrs 73 3 70
Wyoming ewes, fdrs........ 87 2 50
209 can tier ewes 76 1 40
12i) Nebraska ewes 93 2 60
47 Nebraska ewes 114 2 25
28 fed ewes 101 8 35
3 f ed owes , m 8 SO
41 native ewes 1 1 ! 3 25
43 i.atlve ewea, culls 9i 2 ri)
66 native lambs St C 60 .
Las one of the most pleasant atmospheres of any
office building in the west. The beautiful court,
with the new decorations and the large fountain
and the substantial appearance of the. whole
structure, make the offices here full of cheer 1
and give pleasant surroundings in which to
work. The building is one of the most modern,
with new elevators, high class janitor service, -an
excellent heating and lighting equipment. .
The location of the building, in the heart of the
business section, with up-to-dateness in arrange
ment and service, makes this an ideal place for
the particular man to have his office. A few
offices on the court and outside are vacant now.
Room 840 Size x!9 6. having a frame and glass partition across coter
of room making two good slsed offices with every convenience, and
the rental pi lea only, per month (16. oo
Boom 844 Having 221 square feet niakea a veT pleasant office: having
an east exposure and being near Karnam bireet bide of the building.
Kent very reasonable. Per month fao.oo
Itoom 61 Don't pa for desk. room space when you can rent a private
office for the ajne amount. This room ia till, has a large window
on the court, affording plenty of light and ventilation. Price per
Dion ill 810.00
Boom 44 Directly opposite the new court houso facing Farnam Street
Our front offices are much in demand on account of the prominent
location. Thio room la 134x13' feet in size, and Is subdivided
with frame and glaaa partition, giving Jjio offices in one. Itental
pries, per month .TT 830.03
Boom Sao Is a choice corner office having a north and west exposure,
making this apuce attractive at any aeaaon of the year, on account
of good lUh ahd ventilation. We will arrange this apace, lUx.'O.
suitable for tenant, and there being a vault In Hie room, it etforun
extra protection lor valuables. Kent, per month $40.00
THE BEE BUILDING CO,
Bee Business Office.
CHICAGO I.I V K TO( k MtltKI'.T
llemanal for tattle nng Maa-rii M'rnU
Hosts "tron a.
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. CATTI.ITR'-celpN.
lo mio head: msrket. weak: Lowes. 15 .Win
10; Texas steers. $l.0.!i . Western
steers. 4.3Of7..10; Mockers uni feeders.
2!ni5.75; rows and helfeis, Jl.:nii6.75;
HOG8 Receipts. 30.000 head; market,
strong for heavies, others slow; liifht. J5
ff 5f; mixed. li. Ksfr4i.tr.; heavy, i. Iivi6.7i;
rough $6.1lC.30; good to rholcw heavv,
H.'S'ilATO; pigs. I.2.V5.?4; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND I.AMR8 Recelpha, rs nod .
head: market, weak; native, (:.ii;',;
western. 2.6Tt.t 7: yearlings. tl.WHI 70
lambs, native, 3.75f5.5; western, ;.7i'i
Kaaaaa City the fltock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. ltl.-CATTI.E-Recelpts.
4.600 head. Including 500 south
erne; murket steudy to weak: dressed
beef and export steers. Vj.5(Vu9.O0; lair to
good, 35.0iv4;.50; western steers. ll.Otyn
7.00; stockers and feeders. .1.75'u,"i.75;
southern steers, j.8.VnG.2r); southern cows,
3. 001 4. 50; native cows, 2.5ii4r5.25; native
heifers, 340iyy7.t'0; bulls, fl.iVit.75; calves,
lMiUS Receipts, 14,000 head; market 5o
to 10c higher: bulk of sale. aVotKjiti.oo;
heavy, W.iOVfui.fiO; packers and butchers,
Kiififio; lights, Jii.OlV'oii.4:.; pigs, J4.2tjto.5l).
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6.0W
head: market steady: lambs. Ul.tMKn.Vs'i:
Veaflings. 3i.75fll.75: welher. II2.V11 4 01
ewes, I2.&i.v?j3.5t.i; stockers and feeders, f .'.Of
St. I. on la Live Storlc Ainrkct.
PT. .LOlIS. NOV. Ill f-4TTI.VU7!o.
eelpts. 38.000 head, including 1,100 Tcxnns;
market steady; rmtlve ahippinir and ex
port steers. 7.o0$iy.ai; dressed beef anil
butcher steers. to-Ooif 7.60; ters under
1.000 pounds. Jt.flOdr 8.00; stockers nd feed
ers, U.OOVrjti.OO; cows ami heifers. ftt.oOTrf.nfl.
canners. $1.004T3.00; bulls. .7r.47.25; calves.
$4.00ij8.60; Texas and Indiun ater r, Jl.oiVio
7.01; cows and licifers, I1.DO&7.00.
IIOQH Receipts, 14.700 head; market
to 10c higher; pigs and lights, Sl.bo(jj.60;
packers, 3ti.20fiii.o5; butchers and bes:
heavy. 36. 6. 55.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Hoccinto 0.-
head; market wc.ik: native muttons. 33.')
i&tti; lambs, 34.2;V46.8.; culls and bucks.
Jl.25lfj3.00; stockers, L5Vfia.25.
St. Joseph I.lve Stock Slaikct.
ST.' JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. IK. HATTftf-.
Receipts. 2,500 head: market, slow: steers
M.fc9i.00; cows and heifers, 2.9Utiib 5o:
HOGS Receipts. 11.S0O head: market
4710c higher; top. $G.ti0; bulk of sales. SG.15
oHEKl" AMI LAMBS Receipts, 1.500
head: market, steady to weak! It,.i.
Sloclc la Stsht.
Receipts of live atock at the fiv t.rin.
clpal markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hno-s Klioun
South Omaha earn 117,10 niu'i
St. Joseph 2.5H0 11,600 !;,'K)
Kansas City 4.500 14,(Mi0 o.tr
St. Louis as 111) 14 TOO 'I U..
Chicago 10,000 3o!oU0 2s!ou
.61,200 76,900 49.401)
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK. Nov. iaEVAonniTvi.
APPLES (julct and about steady; on the
spot, fancy, 10c; choice, iMrfWc; prime,
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes, easy, with
more tirssure to sell oiw(iai,...u
lnr from 74il2o for Collforniu. .... 1..
4O-50n, and from 10V4Cil2o for Oregons.
Apricots, quiei ana steady, with light of-
iennKa; cnoice, Jowiioc; extra choice,
ltiCuluAiic: fancv. 17ihlic. toi.As H1.11 i..,.
steady; choice. llc; extra choice, lli'"12c;
fanCV. 1l".frfl2"i.C itniulns Hull
loose muscatels are quoted at 6'4fj71i)c;
choice to fancy seeded, 7:jiSiSc; seedlets,
64Tc; London layers, fl.40il.43.
TOO MUCH SAND IN WINTER
AND TOO MUCH IN SUMMER
. Street Commissioner Tosh Flynn Is pon
dering seriously over the perversity of
people who live or labor on Sixteenth
street from Farnam to Leavenworth..
"We paved that street with creosote
blocks," suid Flynn. "In the summer
time- the Mocks were heated up by the
sun until the tar boiled out and wo put
sand on to soak it up. Now this street is
giving- us more trouble than It did In the
summer. The pavement gets cold and
slippery and horses can't stand. So we
still put sand on It.
"Now. when I go along that street I
will meet one man and he'll ask me why
wo don't put more sand on, and tjie next
man' will want to fight because we've
got so much sand on that it la blowing
into room and la a nuisance. Where's
the mayor? I want to see somebody who
can solve this problem."
COLONEL M'CARTHY IS
ORDERED TO WASHINGTON
Lieutenant Colonel Daniel E. McCarthy,
who was stationed here last year as
chief quartermaster. Department of the
Misouti, but who was removed to Chi
cago, has been ordered to report to Wash
ington, there to assume duties under the
command ot the quartermaster general.
J. A. Moran, 3614 North Tweniy-second
street, frame dwelling, $2,500; J. A. Moran.
2205 Pratt street, frame dwelling, $2,600;
Caroline and W. H. Poppleton. 4154 Pngo
street, frame dwelling. $2,500; J. W. Wed-
more, zne xsorin 1 weniy-eignm street,
frame dwelling, $1,800; People's Ice and
Cold Storage company, 1216 Chicago street.
brick and coia storage piaiu, tio.isjo.
17th ajid Farnam Sts.
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