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TIIH T.KE: OMATIA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1011.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
- Shorts in Wheat Are Again the Best
CASH WHEAT IN GOOD SHAPE
Weather la Adtrrir to .rcessfe.l
Ilaadllna? of Nut (orn Ilfff lpt
Are ttmall and Roll Keel
Ad OMAHA. Nov. 17. ml.
In di Fhorts In wboat were the nest buyer!
again today. There were more unfavor
Re a Mr Argentina reports with iom damage
far of Importune In the lute advices. The
Irnly rush wheat situation la working around
Into better shape and fume fair shipping
aiiles are reported. Northwest receipt
Bcce are Mill well above last year rim, but
are rapidly decreasing aa compared with
The westhrr la verv adverse to handling
of the new rorn. Receipt a and stocks
are small atid bullish feeling Is growing.
There are inanv features of strength in
the situation but there exists a stiff
Kt opposition to the advance at present.
N't llullsh news from Argentina and bet
V ter cash demand kept shorts buying and
prices advanced sharply. Cash wheat
r (--tic higher,
rllf. Unfavorable weather put the corn
Omrrfiitures higher while the new cash corn
values were lower again today, samples
old He to le lower.
l"rlninrv wheat receipts were 71.i.ono 1m.
and shipments were 4''l.i0 1U.. acalnst
' recelpis lat yrsr of 7I1.0.W bu. and ship
ments of Ht,0 bit.
Prlniarv corn receipts were tU.Onn bu.
and shipment were liiS.KM bu.. against
receipts lust year of 45S.0O0 bu. and ship
ments of fn,iri0 bu.
learnnees were TDO bu. of corn, 10,600
turi v"- "t oats, and Wheat and flour equal to
),H I,e..ii hu.
l.lveriK.ol closed MiHd lower on wheat
and V VI higher on corn.
I lie following cash sales were reporteo
Wheat: No. 2 hard. 1 car. Wo; No. 3
ti bard, 1 car. lV; 1 car. 1AV: 1 ear. ""c:
No. 4 hard. J car, 97V. Corn: No. 3
white. 1 cur. (new). ;:',4c; No. 4 white,
S cars, (new), 6.1c; No. 4 yellow, 1 car,
.-4new, r.2c; I car. (i."'.c; No. 8 mixed,
II 1 car 70c; I car, (new). ic: No. 4 mixed,
1 car, ts"V: 1 enr, (new), "lie: no grans,
S car. lnei. file Oats: Hlandard, 1 car,
Bl(if; No. 2 white, 6 cara. 47',c; No. 4
white, X cars, 47e.
r Omaba Cash Prices.
WHKAT-Nn. 2 hard. KHcfi$l.0t4; No.
SIX bard. Vscirrtl.tiO't; No. 4 hard. SCfusUjO.
CORN No.2 while. & 70c : No. a white,
f:ifi70e; No. 4 white, r,2'yi)09V5c; No. 2 yel
hJ( low, .!4f7c; No. 3 yellow. S.V;i70c; No. 4
yellow, KXi .'&; No. 2, ftl'ifiOc; No. S,
i'- ."!W7ne: No. 4, 2HHo.
. OATS No. 3 white. CVJU Vr standard.
4:.fi47He; No. 3 white, 47't47i4c; No. 4
l'.A RLF.Y Malting, $1.141.24; No. 1 feed,
P.VIi-No. I. KOfic; No. 3, Mfcaio.
Wheat. Corn. 0.
Chicago ! 18 , 1W J 03
,. Minneapolis SJ
r Omaha 31 2 1
pr, . .
untHICAUO GRAIN AM) PROVISIONS
Features of the Tradlosr Closln
thl Prices on Hoard of Trad.
tr.j CHICAGO, Nov. 17. Whlpsawed apecu-
" latora In wheat today laid the blame for
J their troubles to contradictory dispatchea
about weather conditions In Argentina.
' After a day of nervous fluctuation, price
Vl cloaed In ragged fashion varying from H
. lower to "Vo'ao advance. Corn finished
co l-lj'4c down, oats unchanged to io up
sod hog- products strung out from 10it
. ' U'vs decline, to 5c advance.
, It wan an unsatisfactory day all around
thi In the wheat pit. At times It was aa hard
. to sell aa at other times to buy. Cable
D0 pews tellinK of damage from wind, rain
: eh (I hall In portions of Argentina caused
1 worry among shorts. Karly dlxpatchea
reported the weather more favorable and
th near the end of the session the lateat ad
vices declared the conditions fine. Large
'miKntltles of long wheat were accordingly
thrown on the market In the last few
miiiHc and, produced a decided unset-tl-d
feeling. Dining the session May
4 tanged from H." to tl.on and closed
!'" down, at 11.00'Vji I. )',.
K A forecast of cold weakened corn, t'n
b ss threatened car shortage Interferes,
tlealera expect Isrgcr receipts the next
week or two. May swung between tHVo
p) and tiCVic, clnslnt; ',io net lower, but
J steady, at 6.r even. Cash gradea were In
lilmted auiiply. No. S yellow was quoted
i at Tuo for old.
Ituylng on the part of cash houses gave
rtreiiKth to oats. Top and bottom figures
w tmu hed by May prjv vl In lai bOV) and
HiWc, with the ciosa 6.'!i u j")Vc, Just the
61 ctune aa last night.
I'rovlslona paralleled with an interim of
iilxher values, hut early and late suf
feied from selling by pai iters, thl (the
r upturn, n'llte a line of product was at
aorbed by commlaslon houses. At the
tJl-ist gong, pork showed a decline of 10c
. l Wi li'-ic, lard wus unchjnucd to StO
' .err and nhs at an advance to ZVj'io.
' Quotations on leading futures were:
Isnry, ir.e; New York full creams, fair
.NEW YORK iF.NMr.1f. JIARKET
Qaotatloaa of tae Day oa Varloas
NT.W YORK. Nov. 17 K1X)i;n Steady;
spring patents. .', L'.r.?B TpO; winter stralBhts,
4 2"H.;. winter patenia, 4 ..1l4JO; si ring
cleais, S4.3Vri4.fri; winter extras, No. 1.
Ltt.i.l8u, winter extras. No. 2, 3 4j'iia BT;
ansus stralkhts. 4hiii4.K. Ilye flour.
dun; lair to aiajd, 4.74f 4.K; choice to
inncy, K, Ofi'u.i 2ft. Iluck wheat Tour, quiet,
ti.nrai.Hn ier H(0 lbs. ,
CUKNMKAb Steady; fine white and
yellow, tl "ul.tb; coarse, 1 5541.60; kilo
dried, S.!.t,V(j 3.m. ,
HVt' guiet; No. 2 i&c, c. 1. f.. Buffalo,
KARI.KV Meady; malting, $1.1631.25. c.
1. f , liuftalo.
WJIKai Hpot market steady; No. 2
red, liic, elevator, export bnes, and letc,
f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern Imlulli,
1.1.1', f. o. b. afloat. Kutures market
was iirm early on covering, one to re
ports of damage to the Argentine crop
and small receipts In the northwest, but
eaxed off under realising and in sym
pathy with the outsido markets, closing
unchanged to c net lower. jecemner,
f.'v'ut., Closed at V.ic May, fl 04V(
lor. l-l, closed at $104 7-ln. Kecelpls,
IKl.tdO bu.; sliliunents, bu.
CHUN-Spot market uulet; new, export,
OWc, f. o. b. afloat, to arrive. Futures
market was nominal, ileceipts, 12,37s bu.;
shipments, 7:w bu.
OA I n hpot market steaoy. niiures
market was nominal. Jleuelpls, 2,bu bu.;
shipments, 10.50U on.
ItA Y fteauy; prime, ii.w; o. x,
No. 2, 11.2.'.; No. H, ll.O.'i.
HOi'8 Firm; stale, i-ommon to choice,
It'll crop. &24fi7i ; )!1() crop nominal;
l aciflc coast, lidl crop, 4u'u4'ie; W1U crop
IlltiKrl Quiet; Cojitral America, Ro-
gota. ZviiVti: .
I.LA'lilKK-Firm; hemloeg iirsts.
c; seconds, 2:"24c; thirds, lliilc; ru-
1HH ISIONS I ork. steaoy; mess,
$I7.6"Kc(18.0ii; fsmlly, $20.fxn l TiO; short
rlenrs. I7.2'1' -l !'. Reef, firm; mess,
II.' ueCi I3.0o; family, $!4.0i((l4.rii; beef hams,
JH .mcnal.tH). Cut meats. )Ulet; picKieii
bellies. P lo 14 lbs.. $!0.:Mi 11 i"; phrkled
hams, tll.Ootiill 2f. I.ard, steady; middle
west prime. i.4ji.p; reiinea aiesuy;
continent, $!.u; t-'outb America, $10.b0;
TAL.1.0W uuter; prime city, nnos.,
C"tc; country, (iV.to'c,
UUTIIill-nnn, creamery specials, z..c
aaked; extras; oxtrus. 4c; first, 'M'u.C'i,c;
factory, current inukc, iiibts, 2Vic; sec
CHDlttil'i Firm; state whole milk,
September and, iwrlier specials, li'so;
dulsles, Keptemltrr and best, l.'Hc
MIOW hteady ; rerrlgetator first, on
dock, 20V-lc; reft liei ator seconds, In
Irttal Morale, 20fai!iVic; state, l'ennsyl
vunla and nearby hennery, white, fancy
large, new laid, AUduuc; delected wldtes,
fair to good 4Mjllc; western gathered,
I'OUIiTltV-Dun; western chickens, 10V4
4011c; fowla, UiK'llVtc; turkeys, 14ff lc;
dressed, weak; wetsern chickens, 7o45o;
fowls, TUWic; turkeys, loymc
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Fricei Are Lifted Rapidly, with
Tone of Market Confident.
BUYING MOVEMENT BROADER
(Iterances of Former President
Roosevelt Referred to aa HarlnaT
Stimulated Prlcea of Steel
NKW YORK, Nov. 17. Prices of stocks
were lifted rapidly today and ihe market
showed a pronounced reversal from the
heaviness of thu first half of the weeK.
The more confident tone of yesterday
cortlnued. The buying movement wu
breeder and more aggressive and gains
were registered In every section of the
market. I'nlon l'aclflc, Reading, United
Mates teel. Amalgamated Copiier and
American Smelling rose 3 points. The
advances were rcored early for the most
part. 1ttter trading became quieter and
profit taking reduced tho galna of the
While trading waa at Its heaviest and
('tilted Slates Hteel, Reading and I'filon
Pacific wero belns; bought In lota of
several thousand shares there were Indi
cations of distress among the bears and
buying from that quarter undoubtedly
strengthened the list temporarily.
Former President Roosevelt's utterances
on the trust question also were referred
to aa having stimulated t;ie market. His
remarks concerning the government's suit
aguinut iiiq 1,'nlted Mates Hteel corpora-
creased f.S.I.'-lftiO marks; treasury bills,
decreased 4.ti,.5.()') marks: notes In cir
culation, decreased K.o.O) marks; de
posit, Increased s.-i,rfi,of) murks, gold In
hand. Increased 4),bW.i.M marks.
Rl;rORT OP Tllll t I.F.Alt I ; HOI SIC
Transartloos of Associated Hanks
for tho Week.
NKW YORK, Nov. 17-r.radslreefs
liirik cleniings report for the week end
ing November 1(1 shows an agsrerate of
$;i.r.2!.6i?,iFW, as iialnst SH 131.H4ri. last
week and tl..ili.Til.fJ0 In the correspond
ing week last year. Following is a Hat
of tlm cities-
St. Loots tieneral Market.
ST. LOtJIH, Nov. 17.-TVIIEAT-Cah,
higher: track. No 3 red, Wftjiojc; No. 2
hard, $1.(1.08; December, UUc; May.
COit.N lligner; trarK, xno. 2, 70; NO. 2
white, 77'c; . December, H4B.
OATS Hteudy: track. No. 2, 48y4s.c,
No. 3 white, uOc; December, 48c: May,
RVIC Um-hangod, at nr.
KliOUlVHteady; red winter patents,
HO'ncu.OO; exVra fancy and stralghta, $J.o
4j4.3''; hard winter clears. IS.l'tfJ.t.
HriKD 1 imoiny, sii.uuuio.su.
ItllAN L'ncluinged; Backed eaat track.
JlAV Hteaay: timotny, ijo.uw; prairie.
pltoviHioAte I'org.. tincnangeo; jod-
tilng, f H.7C. 1-ard, higher; prlino steam.
t tfl'nil'-Vi. lry salt, meats, unchanged;.
taixed extra snorts, w.hJ': eiear rios.
ts.iUVi; short clears. Jx.HTVi. Racon, un
changed; tinned extra snort, i.uZft;
clear ribs, t.'JH; hort clears, I9.87',i.
POUI.'I'RY Weak; rhlckens, 7Ho;
springs, sVK; turkeys, 13Vxc; ducks, 11 Vic;
RliTTKR Firm; creamery, Bff32o.
EUUa Firm, at 2y:)oo.
v Kecelpt. Shlpmsnts.
Flour, bbla. ".....-. .1t. ,m
Wheat, bu. U.OOO 17,(KH)
Corn, bu 41.000 zi.om)
Oats. bu. KJ.OOO . . ,ouo
Kaasas City' Urals and Provisions.
KANHAH CITY, Mo., NOV. 17-WHKAT
Cash, unchangel; No. 1 hard, V8c(tif 1.06;
No. 8, Wicull.03; No. 3 red, tst(Wc; No. 3,
ytl'ic; December, WVtii 7 o ; May, ll.OOH,
July. H2Vc. ,
CORN ITnchanged to H" tower; No, 2
mixed. 7Mt7SVic; No. 8, 72ti74Ho; No. 3
white, 7biDuybc; No. 3, titi oc; December,
OATS-Bteady; No. i white, iSS'lDVio;
No. 1 nilxeu,
HAY Hteady; choice timothy, tlBo3i
30 00; ciioice prairie, ia.i""n 13.I10.
HUTTF.lt Creamery, 3J; firsts,
seconds, 2c; packing stock, 30c.
EUUb Kxtras, 31c; firsts, 2lc; seconds,
ho pronounced strength of the steel
locks. United Hta'ea Hteel common ut
a, Its high price of the day, was within
small fraction of its too fluure since
the plunge to M when the dissolution
tilt was announced.
The export movement of cold was con
tinued today. For shipment to Canada
A 0,0110 more wa obtained and It was
peeled 1 hut on additional I4.000.UX) or
ts.too.mw would follow tiefore the move
ment was completed. A withdrawal of
vw.oy) gold for shipment to Argentina
was mailo for tho account of a Paris
Largely as a result of the withdrawal
' gold it Is expected that the bunks
ould report a considerable cash loss 1
tomorrow's statement, 'fhe m. ney mar
i t has made no response to the oia... u,i
It, on account of the accumulation of
urplu it this center. With the crop
moving needa of the .nterlor nearly ov r,
it Is probable that a considerable influx
of funds will -jecur and Hint the mi......
011 may reach a atate of conucHtion.
he bank clearings again showed a con-
Iderabie expansion, amoi ntlng to nearly
per cent over last year.
Tho bond market waa Kenerallv firm.
with Wabash 4s showing exceptional
eakness. Totil sales, par value. It. 814.-
ouo. United Mates bonds unchanged on
Number of sales and leading Quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Bale. High. Lew. Clnsa.
:ruc l Open. High
h '' I
I Imv. 1 Close. Yes'y.
1 w 1 00
May. iijlh Uoi,!
4, 111. I I I
- DeK;.MVifN. S44
. July.!')'! M
Oatn. I I I
.' - Dec. 47S 47M47V4fl
. .Inly. I 4HI 4t-i,
' May. 604 V)si WHiW.4'0l
1 ork. I I III
, . jan. I 1 1 K'4il 16 45 Is 47S, 1 67ti
May.jlS Ss-5 1 KJvxi lti W;lwfol7 U hn
I OOVal U6
, W 'l is,
Liverpool Ural a Market.
LIVERPOOL., Nov. 17. WU KAT Spot,
easy; No. 3 Manitooa, is w; No. 8
Manitoba, is to; 1 inures, easy; lx-cem
her. 7s la; March, 7s iW. May, 7s Sd.
CORN 8ujt, firm; American mixed, 6a
4V1; futures, steady; January, ( d;
Vrliliiary, oa 1
HOPS in lvondoo (I'acitio coast).
tJ '- Muy.o7)-lv
J i)h. I I
I- Jait I
I i I
tf I 3 i!)474-4u 40-34
b'.'Vi,! ''.4l tusi k
8 07 ' l) 1 I cm 1 M
s fl) t VJ!(iev-lH,lliiisSsO
t. Cash Quotations were as follows:
cr FLOl'it Steady; winter patents, I4.10$
.t iii; winter straights, fi.iwni.K,; spring
Qj-atentH, i.lsx;-,ou; t-iruig straights, t4.Ay
.-.: bakers, xu.Jiwi 4.W).
l" RY F No. 3 fct4
0 HAItLKY-Feed or mixing, BOrQtl OS.
- KhKDH-Tiiuothy, ti3.KsliU.3i. Clover,
1 PROVISIONS Mesa pork, per bbl.,
'il6 2i. 1-ard. per 100 lbs., J9.1i. short
v lil.B, sides (loose), JJvii.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
cre eual to 3,U,O0O bu. F.xports for the
eek. aa shown by PrudMreet's wrra
liial to IC3.VM bu. Primary recelpis were
, 'i.mxl bu., comiiared with 711,000 lu. the
lorrenponaiiig nay a year ago. Kstlmated
ixelpts for tomorrow: Wheat, Is cars;
- win, Mi cara; uau, w cais, hoga, 14, uw
rhicr.go Cash Prices Wheat. No. 3 red,
f..iKV; No. 3 red, Wicmc; No. 3 hard.
1 s,Mji.Oi,; .-so. 1 nam. a,invc; Ko. 1 norln.
' em. xi.wpi.ii; jo. i nuillioin, 11.0441l.uu
1.0. 1 norinern, t wui.w; rsu. I u ln,
il .jutil.u; no. i t-priug, i.0wii.04; No. 4
Hiring, a."iii.w; velvet cnail, yoci1.0l
Mill UU1, .VJii.vl. vol II. iNO. 4 OIU, tbjf
"S,'ic; 4 "'ie, urn. uvc; imo. . g,c
cIO. 4V'i.!)c; No. 3 wnite, ti7c; No. 3 el
low, tWteiifec; old, 7i'jc; No. 4. Wjtic;
ol-l. itc; ,mi, winiv, i, 'I't itc ; .o. 4 cl
low. ijaU-yi. OaU: No. 3. 47c: No.
white. 4'ii.Wc; No. 3 White. 4.1V.U 43c
4 white, 4.'o:nc; standard. 4Snlj4jc.
iil.'TTKlt Mlod; creaiiicriea. 3446;
Ca .nes. i. 'ij-c.
r.ii oteady; receipts. 1.871 caaes; at
iiiutk, cases included, iuK'; fusts, 30
; oruinury, f4,c.
' I'll KK.-F. Steady; daisies, 14a15c
twins. 14V'llc; young Americas, Hu
jc; onK norns. 14-i.itiioc.
POTATOKbV htrong; Wisconsin, 7S&ICC;
iiihlgau aud Minocsola, b-tJSjc; receipta.
PuCl.TRY IJve. easy; turkeys, lie;
- twicaeris, ac; sprifiKs, c.
V h.Al8teady; Mi lo 60 lbs., 7 He.
( arlot receipt Wheat, 16 cars with
: i cot. tract tunic: coin, 1.13 cure with
1 of coniract mauo; oats. u2 cars. Total
c . ijis 01 wheat at CniikKo, Minneapolis
ei.u lJuiuin touay were Mi cais. cum
j.uej wiiu tit tars lust WeeK and 3:i8
the curicsputiUiiiK uay a year ago.
Philadelphia I'rortace llarkrt.
1 HlUADKl.I'HIA, Nov. 17. RUTTF.H
- J'.ioi: weeinii iKumery. special, 37c; ex
na weeteio etaiueiy, sue; uxna Utalby
i .. -Firm; Pennsylvania and other
t 'uil.y foals, rroe Ilo.w per ii.n
, unit lee:pts. Ires cUm-i, 1m 30 per
.a.; ehl'-rti insta, tree ciua, 110 EsY pei
, t uiiciil Itieipls. free tones, tM ii
lil Crti--. h
;i:-luiij; New York full crwauis,
PKORIA. 111.. Nov. 17.-COR.V lfluher
No. 3 white, new, titc; No. 3 yellow, old.
i'4c; No, yellow, new, tac; no. 4 yel-
ow. new. 6:iic; No. 3 mixed, old. 71c:
new, (4V4c; No. 4 mixed, new, Wo; sample,
DAla uncnanKea; no. 1 wnue, ivo
standard, 4c; No. 3 white, 47c; No. 4
Mllwankeo Grain Market.
M1I.WAUKKH. Nov. 17,-WIIKAT-No,
northern, tloti No. 3 northern,
l.iMil.07; No. 3 hard winter, ll.omiw,
Decemlier. VSHc; May, ii.wns.
Mlnneapolla Grain Market.
MINNfciAPOUS, Nov, 17.-W1IKAT-
liwemU r. $104; May, tl.0&4; July, tl.uuH.
sli: No. 1 hard. IIW; No. 1 northern.
11.0.4, 1.08; No. 3 northern, tl.Wtjl.04, No.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17.-COFFF.E-Fu
tores opened steady at an advance of
4'ia points, In response to higher Kuro-
van cables, reports of steady coast and
frlKht offers from Rraxll, scattered
covering and a little support from bullish
source. Trading waa only moderately
active and the. market held well tip to
the opening figures until late In the
afternoon, when It turned eaaUr under
scattering liquidation. The close was
steady oil near months, but weak on far
months. Willi lat prices 4il'.'l ootnta
lower. Male, nil.?,) bags. Novemher.
141; December, IU'; Januarv, I4.iic
February, 3&k-; March. lic: April
13.i'.c; M iy, June. July and August. 1.4 tic
Keptemlier and th-tober. U.aic. Havre was
V.1 higher. Hamburg was S"ipfg higher,
Iklu was id iris niKher at v.0. t?anu
wua I'M reis higher; 4s, xl'O: 7s, M.in.
Receipts at the two rraxlllun porta were
1.O.I0 luigs, agolnai 4s.uu linn last year
Junoiany receipts were 3I.OU0 Lacs, as
against 40,joo biuts laat year. New York
warehouse dellvrrh yesteiday were 17,410
oks. anainst m.K'i nags last year. Rain
Was reported 111 one illairict of Kao Paulo
but the weather wus fine over the da
Slice of the state, loday a special S tnios
cable ro: rts 4a unchanged and Sao Pauh
receiins (, nags, agninut futnj iias
yeeteruay. opot coiiee. unsettieo; jno.
Rio. If; No. 4 Santos, lGSc Mild, quiet
Cordova, 16Siiil8'c. nominal.
OIU and Koala.
SAVANNAH, tia . Nov. 17. Tl'RPKN
TIN r. Firm at WV'ySc; sales. 343 bhls.
reieipta, 10) I. his.; shipments, bbla
st'K-ns. 34.071 bbls.
ROM N Firm; anles. Ki bbls.; receipts,
I, Ml piiis.; snipments. li Pbls: stocas,
,. mis. (nutations: 11, so.uuiis 10; l)
K 0:"i''t l.,; F, ..w7ii.Jo; F. t: logs
(), to 1J'-.i -Jo; II and I. lMt JO; K
S..; M, K-jO; N. to; WU, 7 ... WW
PT. IAjL'IH. Nov. 17-WOOLr-Fteady
territory and western mediums, 1,441!.'
on In particular were noted because of
nialgftinalfit (Nippr ....
merl-sti Asrli-ultuml ..
msrli n ('. & F
iiHTh-aa M. .V I,. Bill..
niertran Loeomotlvs ...
mrl.u H. v II
ni. a. A II pM
Amerlraii T. iie T
Amsrtrsn Toboero ptd....
Anaronda Miami Co
Atlantic Coast Mn
Baltimore a Ohio..,
Hrooalya Itapid Tr
Central leather p'd
Central or Nasr Jersey.. .
Chicago A Alloa
I'kk-aso O, W., sew.....
Iilcago U. w. ptd..
Chleaso A N. W. ........
bl.io. M. Bt P....
'.. c. v at. Is
'olorado F. It I
Colorado eV Pnuihera.....
Delaara aV lludaon
Ienver Hlo Oraode....
Iienver A 11. (I ptd
Hatlllers' Becurltlea ....
-Iris lt ptd
hlrle Id old
Ureal Northern ptd
tlreat Northern Ore ctta.
Int. Mt ptd
International Pump ... .
Kansas ltty Houthera. ...
K. C. 80. Did
Lnulevlll ft Naalirllls..
Minn. 4 St. loul
M . St. P. aV H. S If..,
Mleetiurl. K. T
M , K. & T. ptd
N. It. It. of M td ptd..
New York Central
N. V., O. A V.'
Pennaylvanle, ,. ..,
C. ft St. L,
Praaed Bleel Car
Pullman Halare tar
Hallway gleel Spring,...
Republln Ktool ptd.......
Bork Island Co
Hock I. land C11 ptd
St. UAH. IV td pld..
Ht. Uoule H W
St. U R. W. pdl
Hloee-RheKteld 8 ft I...
Ho. Kallwar p(d
Ht. U w
St. U W. pld.
ton Paclllo ptd
t olled Hlalea lleeltr..
Sited Slates Hubber.
tailed Hlalea aieel...
. Steel pld
tab Cupper i.
Va. -Carolina Clienilral
western Maryland ...
W heeling U. K
1 10 II,
4. mm !..
2. IKK) 1'
e'10 411 i
l.nno 1 liu'4
too s:i, 3j4
1 IS 14
a 7 '4
Salt lJke City
Suva nun h
New 1 1 11 veil
I t y ton
I'S ven port
Cedar Ruplds, la.
f ort nyne
Columbia, S. C...
Fura-o. N. D
Total sales lor the day, 762.700 eliarea.
London stock Market
TINIKIN. Nov. 17 American securities
opened steady and a fraction higher to
day. Durinx the first hour the market
advanced under the lead of I'nlon l'a
clflo, houtbern I'aclftu and Tutted States
SUel. At noon prlcea ranked from V to
point above yesterday a New iotk
London closinc stock quotations:
Coneula. aioner ..71 t-ll Louisville Nah..lM
do scouual 144UU.I aan. lex, 13
Aual. Copper 4!S.New York Ceutml. llo
AaacoBds IS Norfolk e Weeteiu.lllW
Aublaou ims f1"
do pld lul uoiarlo a weateru. 41
) IsH II"'
H 7'ifl '
I. '.K.Vl 10 .,
S oil) rm
13. WW iv 0'
1 1 KI2 tKid
lo.ya; 01 K)1.,
. zvr..(i . .
7. W4.0 0 ...
. 770.1 "T.,
II. 7W i7!..
B.7 I OoO .,
4.042,0 0 .,
ft.124.omil . ,
2.S7N oil .
2.S1S.0 0 .
2 511. ) .
1.2 V,."'.! 10.0
1.4 IK 9.2
l.ftM ftu 17.5
4 ;i,(.i0 230.4
1.111, (mi s.a
1,402,1100 21 0
772. 0! 18. D
22.878. OKI 6.8
BOUTII OMAJIA. Not. 17, 131L
Receipts Were: CaMla llors Sheer)
oinciai Alonday 6,793 l,ks3
Official Tuesday 7.1S4 (1.537
liftmal Wednesday.... 6.44S J1.HI4
Official Thursday 6,!M 7."w4
Estimate Friday 7oj 6.50J
Five rlave (hie walr tt Rio
Same days last week..i.5!
Same days 2 w'ka airo 'M.MVl
Same oays 3 w'ka ano Sl.2
Same days 4 w'ks atto S.2:i3
Sumo days last year.. 32,518
Ihe tullowinc tahln )inua the recelnta
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South omatia
tor inn year to data as com oared wltn
sst year. mil. lain inn. Deo
t'attley l.Ofiy.afil l,Oli5.rkr,7 86,21(1
H"ks Wl.m l,7iavif.S 382,01)2
bbeep 2.77i.SJ8 2.&l.in5 41,717
The following- tahln snows the averaas
prlcea paid for bogs at South Omaha for
the lat few days, with comparisons.
Not Included In totals because contain.
Ing other items than clearings.
New York Money Market.
NKW YORK. Nov. 17.-MONEY On
call, steady at 2V2Vi per cent; ruling
rates, 2S per cent; clOalng hid, 2-s per
cent; offered at 2li per cent. Time loans,
easy; mxty days, ;ea3V4 per cent; ninety
days, 3(ii-3V per cent; six tnuntha, 3i4
3:a per cent.
FRIMB MKrlt AJS1 ILr, PAPER-44!4
Hi tiitL-iiNij n,At.it Arsv, iu rveady. w th
actual buHluesa in bankers' bills at tt.s.lsd
lor sixty aaye ana ti.inw tor demand:
commercial bills, $4.83.
H1L,VKR Bar. Wac; Mexican dollars.
iiONUS uovernmoni, steady; ral road.
Closing quotations oil bonds today were
U. 8. rer. Sa. re...ino41nt M. M. 4'ia.... 4Tu.
do coupon IDuH'Jansa 4a id
do la rrf .101", do 4i 44
Co eoiipou lOOt'K. C 80. Ut 3a... 7;; W
o 4a res 1H L. 8. deb. 4a 1131 . :iv
do roupua lis1 I,. V N. unl. 4s..,. m
Allla-Clial. let s... ko-veM. R- 4 t let l.mii
Amor As. la. 101 da sen, 4Sa
A. T. V T. e. 4a.. lot Mo. pacific 4a 7:,i
Am. ToDacoo 4a..... MN. IX. It. ot M 4U 9;
do 4a im,.N. Y. C. ( Vis.... ssi
Armour A Co. 4Via. ! do doh 4
Atchlenn sen. 4a.... HN. V.. N. 11. ft, H.
do ov. 4s SU14 cv. a 131V4
do cv. M ln N. ft W lit 0, 4a.. tl'4,
j. v. u i se pi-t as cv. e no
1U1. ft Ohio 4a....
do 8. w. ISa....
Prook. Tr. ev. 4s..
t en. of tie. (a 10S do eon
Oil. lvrather aa 84-iRoadlnc
W'tNn. racltk! 4a IimUj
i, do 3a
1 O. . I rM. 4s... 1414
"'HPena. ct. Isa xsiE. '
1: of N. J. . Ca..I.'i4 8. L a I. P. ft. 4a KoC
Clin. A Ohio 4Sa..lnl' do sen. ts iu
do ret. la HJHBI, L. a. W c. 4a.. 7i
Clilcaio ft A. Ila. do 1st fid 4a.... vl'i
C. H, ft g. J. 4e.... ii8 A. U 4a up.
do tm. 4a. V7 1 Ho Pao. rol. 4a.... si
. . a a r. 11 r , - no cv. s.
V. H. I. ft P. . 4a. w da let rer. 4a 66',
an ns. e "J 1 -cm,, niusar fta.....llis
lolo. Ind. 6S 74SS do gen. 4 7t
w-.oio au. uuiou fruie aa....iii
C. ft 8. r 4k s 4Ws T do ct. 4a iojh
Ii. A II. ct. 4a M'4 do lit ft rer. 4a.. 7S
1). ft It. O. 4a i,!7 g. Rubber 4a....lo.u
... 'P. 8. Bleel d ti...lo?i
... T7V Va.-far. diem. te..)wii
... 7i,Wetail) tat (a lotij
... 7R do 1st A ex. 4a...
. . .. . . . , i . .
A. i"H .runn e.a. ,n
... 77i, West. y;ie. CT s,
iu Wis Central 4a -v
do ref. 4a
trie p. I. 4a
lo fen 4a
ilo ct. 4a. aer.
do aeries B
Gen. Kiev. ct.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Light and Trade is
Slow and Steady.
HOGS SELL STEADY TO STRONG
Fat heep (How to a Little Lower,
with Lambs aa Mirk as Fif
teen to Twenty-Fir
2o.lSI 16). 11 1
Liate. lull. biiO.lii).lis.li.lisjo.liiUj.
.. ( 1 Mil 7 7'Ji s W:
K il i vt 7 7ii 6
I I saj i 4 o i,
1 4 Sal
I 7 bsi
2&a 7 71
6 2 7 bbl 7 9'
SOHil 7 36 7 Ss
I r 44 i
4 3 00
4 (0 6 VI.
4 Ml 6 9si
4 b4 06 4 ,2
4 OKI 6 101 4 (5
00 1 4 d7
3 0 2
10 2U 7 1
11 17 l
.. 2 3
32 96 23 1
93 l.lDo ....
217 l,i0 815
Mi 2.0.14 2,4:15
215 2,121 20
263 .... 1,402
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
tha Union tttock Yards, isouth Omaha, for
the twenty-four hours endlnu at 3 o. m.
ItliCEII'TS-CA RLOA DS.
Cattle, lioirs. (Sheen. H'r'a.
c, ai. & Bt. r
C. & N. W., east...
At N. W., west..
C. St. jP., M. & O..
C, R. ft g., cast...
LT.. H. & (J., went...
C, R. 1. & !., eaat.
Chicago Ul. West.
Cattlo. 1 loirs. Sheen
umiina j'acaing; 4JO......
Swift and Company
cudany i'ackins Co....
Armour & Co
Armour, from Denver..
W. Jtt. Vansant Co
Hill & Bon
t B. Lewis
J. H. Rulla
McCreary & Carey.
H. K. Hamilton
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co,
I'line & Clirlatle
Other buyers ,
Totals 1,697 7.K10 4,935
CATTL.1J Cattle receluta were small
only twenty-seven cara ielng reported
In. The total for the five days foots up
27.010 head, which shows a tailing- oft
of about 3.0U0 head aa compared with the
same period last week and of 6,000 head
aa compared with a year ano. till II the
run haa been plenty larae enoutth to
supply the requirements of the market.
In fact it would have been better for
the selling Interests had the receipta been
smaller. Aa It was liberal receipta com
bined with the big slump in Chicago has
brought about a decidedly lower range
of prices on most kinds of cattle.
There were really not enouuh fresh
cattle on sale this morning to make a
market, and the trade partook verv
largely of tha character usual on Friday.
That Is, It was a slow, different sort of
market devoid of new or Interesting
features. Hucli cattle as buyers lust
happened to want sold very readily at
steady prices, bu'. their wants were lim
ited and inferior and common kinds were
weak and hard to dispose of. r-Ull in
the end practically everything waa
cleaned up. '
Quotations on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, 4H.7ixU7.76; fair to good
beef steers, eo.oOutt.io; common to fair
beef steers, !4.uO(yC&0; good to choice
heifers, S4.M35.2o; good to choice cows.
14.4o-u5.00; fair to good cowa. i.7524.40;
common to - fair cows, S2.7Dd3.7u; veal
Quotations on range cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, f.675ii7.2o; fair to good
beef steers, 5.00au.7&; common to fair
beef steers, $4.4oQ5.00; good to choice heif
ers. M.4Xu,5.15; good to choice cows, S4.40U
6.00; fair to good cows, t3.bixU4.26; common
to fair cows, 2.7oa3.b6; good to choice
Blockers and feeders, &tKft.4l.OO; fair to
good stockers and feeders, !t.4utfj;&.Oo; com
mon to fair stockers and feeders, $3.4utui
4.40; stork hellers, $3-2ou4.26; bulls, stags,
ltepi tueiilative sales:
is JKP BTlsmtts.
No. At. Pr. No. At. Tt.
0 "6 4 60 la loot 6 69
IO0 6 14 1085 4 45
4 100 t 36 II 1190 4 2t
1 1M I 10 J 104.0 t M
11 7HII I 16 ' 19 746 4 04
4 auo I ii 14 tOU 4 04
4 25 4 12U0 4 it
11 a4 I !S 4 1033 4 20
I S4 I 30 t ;. 4 2J
J SMI t 31 10 Kid 4 a
4 U4 t f'O I tt1 4
11 1011 lit 11 10U 4 a
t 1071 Ii
I B2t t to 10 111 4 oe
II MT t SO Ml l
4 alt I Vs 10 724 4 Ii
1 7-4 X 15
1 i:so t 40 l tsoo 4 4
1 11X0 i 60 1 17uO 4 45
t 13 .-i4 00 I U10 4
1 ltl 4 M
8 I OC iv
7uj 4 fO
480 4 50
U 4)1 4 CO
t ids 4 ;t
12 feeders.. 820 4 Bo steers. ...1146
William aierntt iseoraska,
84 steers.. ..KM'! 6 40 21 steers...
V14 3 35 14 cows..
III. Cen. I at rer. 4a. HitMo. po. e?. 5a..... Mu
Int. Met 44a. to Panams 9a idju
lloatos Btorlt Market.
BOSTON, Nov. 17. -osliuf quotations
on stocks were a fo'lows:
aalllluur A Oalo...liMH Peuuaylvaols
Canadian Pacltlo ..let Kauil Mlue
Cueaaoeake A Olilo. llKMdlns
I hi. Ureal Weetem. 11 Soulilvra Ry
Cht . Mil. A kt. .114I4 Do pld
lieuter His U.
do let ptd ...
do Id ptd....
Grand Truuk ..
1H Southern I'avldo
14 ' l ulos ratllle .
Us do pld
3)l', M. steel
HV do ptd
M e do pld
81I.VKR-liur, unlet at 23 13-16d per
MuNKY-lHtl 14 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open mar
ket for ahort blila is 3Vi per cent: fur
three months bills, SS per cent
Imports at New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17. Imports of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of
New York for tne week ondmg Novem
ber 11 were valued at $16,11)4, 4M.
imports of MHie for the .rt of New
York ending toils y were ti.6.M silver and
l !M gold. Kxpoits of specie were
tl,02J,4'.ii silver and SUu.310 gold.
Haak of tier ma or llateneat,
BKRI.iM, Nov. 17. '1 ha weekly state
ment of the liniierial Rank of Hernial, y
snows the follow ins clianses: Cash in
hand. Increased 4,4 HiS.lAU marks; iuaaa,
Uoviecvl s,t0,4M luaiks; Uiocouuts, u-
SH, Mohawk 4tt4
(D'a Nt'eada Don 1714
144 Nlnlaalns kllnea ... 7
S North Hutte JUi,
Hi North take 4,
17 Old Donilnloa 4;,i,
. bi riw-eola 9.1
.SIM I'erroll 8. A. ",.... H
. 10 Qulm-y to
. 5dSi Hhsnnoa ai
. 11 H Superior
. TSWuierlor A II. M... 3
. 4tTaniarark :5 m
.30 U S. R. A M ... St
7 1 11 do ptd 47
Lie Itoyalo Copier. U Ptah Coa 1M;
Kerr lke S" t'leh Copper C ... 4TS
lke CoiHier ao4.wlnona 4
la Salle Copper.... 44, Wolverine 17
Mlauil iVpper tuM
Ken York Mlalnar 4oeUa.
NKW YORK. Nov. 17 Closing quota
tions on mining s'neks were
A. Z U 8
II 4a C C A 8. M
Pulls Coalition ...
Cal. & Arliona....
Cal A Heels
Cop Hans. C. C..
KkI Pulta C. M ..
Oioi. Tunnel stuck, as
ado honda IT
Con. Cal. A Vs.... 70
Iron Hiiver 1"
ei.dvllle Coa 1
Little Chief ..
1 allow Jacket
Ury Goods Market.
NKW YORK. Nov. 17 DRY GOOPR
The cotton goods markets aiv temlini
toward a flrmrr basis with onie lines
of print cloth goods quoted at an ad
vance of 1-Pn1e. Jobbers are doing a
.t...,4v ira.ie in small lots, witli the holi-
day business expanding. Yarns are quiet.
Local wool market are quiet ui;d firm.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. tfl 'GAR-Raw,
stra.lv, muscovado. teat. 4ti"g4iioc;
reiitrlfugal, W test. 6.12-j6.1,ric: moiaws, i
test. 4.3'.4jltwi refined, aleady.
23 steers.. ..lla
M feeders.. 7
30 cows kOo
7 uteers. ...I'i32
17 cowa ill 3
6 steers... .1040
4 ." 4
4 17 ,
RIGf OUDS AND K.NDS.
.124 ... I 50 42 .' ...
. W ... t 25 41 110 ...
. 75 ... 5 25 to 115 ...
&ilk.f Fat lamb trade continued on
Its downward course, packers pounding
values for fresh declines of lo&3nu. The
demandfrom no quarter had very much
life, despite the fact that receipts were
meager, and the market dragged along
all morning without producing anything,
like a creditable clearance. In most quar
ters killers advanced the argument that
local prices are much too high as com
pared with eastern cost, ignoring small
size of receipts.
Something like 5.000 head of stock made
up the supply, and the bulk consisted of
ted and vi armed up classes. One big
string of range wethera arrived, but other
ofturinga that came under western bill
ing were few and scattered. Good sheep
met with a better demand than lambs in
moat cases, but Inquiry for matured mut
tons, wethers especially, usually pre
sented a decidedly quiet tone. Karri
trade in ewes, yearlings, etc.. Indicated a
market steady to some lower.
Attractive fed lambs had to sell at J3..T0
early, and strings that were merely
warmed up, moved in catch-as-catch-can
fashion, ranging at liberal discounts under
classes that were properly fed. fc'trlctiy
prime lambs would hardly ra-ss the to. 60
mark at present, this limit being well up
to other points, 'loppy ewea brought as
much as t3.26 and near prime yearlings
landed at 14.25. There waa little or no
business in canner ewes and the wether
trade was late in starting.
Only a handful of feeder stock was
available and prices showed no quotable
change. Feeder ewes sold up to )2.0O, and
strung weight feeder lambs were wanted
around t4.36. Yesterday's purchase on
country account amounted to only 1,300
head, making a four days' buy of about
2S, 000 head.
The main features of the trade thus
far this week have been a sharp con
traction of fed and warmed-up BtufC from
Iowa and Nebraska sections. On the face
of total supply figures It would seem
that offerings failed to come up to trade
requirements but as a matter of fact the
market held more than enough stock
to satisfy the demand. Current prices
for fat lambs show declines from a week
ago ot fully a quarter, while fat wethers,
ewes and yearlings are closing weak to
about 15c lower. Feeders are still Bell
ing In notches llttlo different from those
at last week's close.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs
Lambs, good to choice, to.2j'i,o.&0;
lambs, fair to good, t4.75trS.2C; lambs,
feeders, 3.S3j'4.Gu; yearlings, fair to
choice, $.lSo'4.36; yearlings, feeders, $3.25
4j3.75; wethers, good to choice, t3.605jO.75;
wethers, fair to good, t3. 40-3. 60; weUiera,
feeders, to.003.40; ewes, good to choice,
$3.10&3.3o; ewes, fair to good, 4v2.7ofi3.10;
ewes, breeders, $3.25(53.76; ewes, feeders.
$2.00(112.06; ewes, culls, i.iM3i.)u.
211 native -lambs
SO native ylgs and wthrs.
135 native lambs
44 native lambs
171 native lambs
203 native lambs
40 native lambs, culls
271 western ewes, feeders.
1i7 Idaho ewes, feeders....
223 western lambs
2il3 western yearlings
276 western yearlings
127 native yearlings
Hi native ewes
Demand, for Cattle and Sheep Steady
CHICAGO. Nov. 17. CATTLE Receipts.
2,000 head; market steady; beeves, $4.40il
9.10; Texas steers, t4.00ij5.70; western
steers J4.30.U-7. 30; stockers and feeders,
t2.0OC45.76; cows and heifers, $l.tsao.75;
HOGS Receipts, 25.000 head; market
active, strong and generally 5c higher;
light. $5.iiii.b2,4; mixed, t4.206.70; heavy.
p;.A".6.7f; rough, $ti.2tXiiti.40; good to choice
heavy. to.4orn.ia; pigs, w.OOtae.uu; uuik ot
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,000
head; market steady; native, $220.127.116.11;
western, $2.G54i3.70; yearlings, $3.7iii4.&0;
native lambs, $3.5oi;5.lk; western, $3.75u)
13 cows 913 4 16
15 coas W 40
11 cows Wit 3 35
13 steers.... Wl 4 bf
14 rows W7 4 40
15 feeders.. W7 6 15
feeders.. 1018 6 15
ROUS Hug trade Improved slightly in
spots, the main market ruling steady to
airong. At one tune in tho session it
waa possible to obtain nickel advances
on attractive lurd giades, but ordinary
butchers and light aturf usually had to
move at prices little different from those
of yesterday. The demand appeared lo
be reasonably active from the start,
with packers f-nrtilslilng the best sup
port and yaids were cleared of offerings
In very good season.
Receipts amounted to fully 100 loada and
the run hud plenty of variety, the same as
recently. lird animals retained their
usual popularity uiiu orew premiums of
1. "43oc over bacon stuff weighing around
2. hoc lids. The best heavies on sale
landed at $i.45. identieal with yesterday s
nixh urtce. and mgn-nuxea loans wun
light average sold unevenly from $6.25
rtoaiiward. Pome toppy light, evenly
graded, brought as much as to. 30, Ami
sales uAV underweights at this level were
the exception. . .
rihlppers and speculators provided an
outlet for only a limited per cent of total
supply and generally favored weighty
stuff that la mure staple than light and
high mixed varieties. Ultra were not
very many pigs among the arrivals, but
anvthina healthy had no trouble in land-
in. above the $5.00 mark.
Ka. is, rr. Na. At. ga. fy.
to ....155 ... 4 04 ii 141 Si IS
171 u) I el ta 2.1 las 4 5
II 173 tr 4 J A 4 5
fe ii ... tvt 6 44. 4.
CHICAGO LIVES STOCK MARKET
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.3u0 head, including 400 head
southorns; market steady; dressed beef
and export steera, $4.504ii.oO; fair to good,
$5.OO4ttl.&0; western steers, $I.COy7.00; stock
ers una feeders, ja.io'jio.iii; soutnern
steers, $4,004)4)20; southern cows, $3.oofj
4.60; native cows, $2.7.Viio.2fi; native heif
ers, JAWu'i.w; puns, 43.tu10.uv; caives,
HOGS RecMpts. 12,030 neao market.
steady to 6c higher; bulk of sales, $0.00
6.60; heavy, $ti.50fi.62l,4; packers and
butchers. Hi JWiio.uift; ugnis, eo.iQuio;
KHEfc.1 AND liiisius-lteceipts. s.oou
head; market steady; lambs, $4.0Ofjri.);
yearlings. $3.75jj4.6o; wethers, WXtyiM;
ewes, J2.754i3.50; Blockers and feeders, $2.00
St. Loots Live Stuck Market. s
ST. IAUR3. Nov. 17.-CATTLK Re
ceipts, 2,500 head. Including !s head Tex
ans; market steady; native shipping and
export steers, $7.btKV.ou; dressed neei ana
butcher steers, o.ooir7.60; steers under
l,t5 lbs., $4.00m8.0o; stockers and feeders,
tS.OO-ijti. 00; cows and heifers, $3,0001.00;
eaniiera, $l.lKti3.oo; duiis, sj.iuvaai; caives,
t4.OOtUt.50; Texas and Indian steers, $c00y)
7.00; cows and heifers, $4.5oCrt7.4.
HOGS Receipts. 14.000 neaa; ' marnei
strong, 10c higher; pigs and lights. $4.75W
6.60; packers, $ti.25'co.tZi; butchers and
best heavy, $ij.40u6.7o.
KHEHP ANL UM US Ileceipts, l.iW
head; market Btcady; native muttons, $3.00
ti3.6&: lambs, $4.25a5.8o; culls and ducks,
$1,254(3.00; stockers and feeders, $1.&0U2.25.
St. Joseph l.lro Stork Market.
BT. JOSKRH, Mo.. Nov. 17. CATTLK
Receipts. Wo head; market steady;
steera. $4.604(S 25; cows and heifers, $2.0Utf
5.2o; calves, $4.ui7.;0.
HOGS Receipta. 6.000 neaa; marxec
steady to strong; top, 46.60, bulk of sales,
iu. 15,(i 50.
S11KE1' ainu lambs-none on saie;
market unchanged; lambs. $6.255.00.
Stock to Sight.
Receipts of live stork at the five prin
tout h Omaha
ft. Joseph ..
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Progress in Necessary Readjusts
ments Gives Confidence.
IRON AND STEEL TRADE BETTER
Prices In Dry Goods Markets Gen
erally Settling- to Lower Level
ad This Stimulates Cos
- tract Ruslnrss.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 7'I0 t,f"0 4,UuO
... 8) 6.5)0
...1.3O0 12.UI0 4.rtu0
,.. .2.000 It.! 1.700
...2,IKA So.uoO 10.0i.aj
. . .7,300 W.buO 13.700
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.-R. G. Dun &
Co.'s Weekly Revle wtomorrow will ayi
While it Is recognized that business is
In a transition period, and transition
means change and uncertainty, jet such
progress has been made In necessary re
adjustments as to impart a better feel
ing. This Is especially noticeable fn the
west, which for some time this year hna
seemed to be more depressed than the
east, which Is closer to the sensitive
financial markets. A larger volume of
business Is being carried on and there Is
now further buying for the future.
The Iron and steel trade la stimulated
by the Increased orders of railroads for
rails and rollinr? stock and by the some
what better demand for structural ma
The new tnnnnge In rails will be con
siderably larger than last year. In the
plate division considerably over 100,000
tons recently have been taken hv the
mills In the Chicago and Pittsburgh dis
tricts, reflecting the Increased business
in cars. Mtecl bars are likewise in greater
request. Lower quotations Induce some
business in other finished products, but
quietness still prevails in sheet plates and
l'lg Iron Is somewhat Improved, buyins;
of foundry grades being larger in certain
directions, although the fixing of quota
tions for 1912 Is still a retarding Influence.
Hessemer Iron Is weaker at Pittsburgh.
Demand for "billets is not active and
prices are not fully maintained.
The Increased demand In retail dry
goods Btores due to cooler weather has
led to more active demand in primary
channels for any lot of merchandise ready
for quick shipment. Prices are generally"
settling to lower levels nnd this Is stimu
lating the placing ot contract business In
a quiet way. Orders for hose, belting and
miscellaneaus wide duck are increasing
and prints, ginghams and bleached cot
tons are moving ntcadily in small lots.
Miscellaneous export trade of cotton;
goods Is very satisfactory and no cancel
lations of China orders have been re
ceived. The narrowing margin of profit
causing careful attention to the danger
of over-production at the mills. In wool
ens nnd worsteds mills are running a
substantial part of machinery and have
been booking more forward business.
Overcoatings are well cleaned up. Tha
New England shoe factories are quite ac
tive and there is quite a demand for
NEW YORK. Nov. 17. METALS
Standard copper, steady; spot, $U.3iii
12.45; November. December, January and
February, $12.30f 12.60. London market,
firm; spot, a-5i 3a td; futures, 4:19 s Wl.
Arrivals reported at New York today
were 250 tons. Custom house returns
alio exports of 1).;47 tons eo far this
month. Lake copper, $12.42-ti 11.75; elec
trolytio. tl2.62'stj 12 75; casting, f 12 2.irli;).
Till, firm but quiet; spot, $43.321,tli 44.00;
November, $43.rj.43 76; December. $43.10u
43 50: January. $42.i(ii43 2.,j February,
$4.'.5urt44 ou. 1-ondon market, eteauy at
1 1 ii 15: futures. illMt 6a. Iad. quiet.
14.35414 40. New York, and $4 2i4.30 at
i.-, t m r.oulM. Imdon. fi5 liis 3d. hpel
ter. quiet. $ii 4'S.tW. New York, and $ 40
tiO.OO at East St. l.ouie. Iindon. - his.
Anilmonv. dull: t'ookson s. $.UK!I 12.
Iron, Cleveland warrants. 4t tsl in Ixin
rlon. Locally iron was steady; No. 1
foundry northern. 115 WJ 15.25; No. I,
ti4.75uU.00: No. 1 southern aud No. 1
southern soft, $l5.o0jj 15.50,
DRADSTREET'S Til A II ES REVIEW
Plrst Touch of Winter Weather
Helps Retail Trade.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Bradstreet's to
morrow will say:
Lower temperatures with snow or rain,
the first touch of real winter weather, In
fact, has been a distinct help to retail
trade in seasonable wear and there also
has been a nercetitihle stimulus ulven tr
Jobbing re-order trade to fill out depleted
siocks. ah parts ot tne country have
benefited, the northern sections narticn-
larly so, and some improvement is even
noted in southern demand, though low
cotton lias been a bar there to fullest
activity. Holiday trude is also- mora
favorably BDoken of than at anv urAv lot i
date this seabon. Collections are not
much better, but reports note a slight im
provement at some eastern and western
centers, thouirh remaining- unoualirindi v
slow at the south.
Amonar the Industries the features ara
a rather more optimistic, feeling. Iron
and Bteel are more active, though .prlcea
are no better. Reports of more wide
spread buying of railroad cars, rails and
locomotives are current. The coal trade
has been benefited by lower temperatures,
affecting domestic house demand, and
by apparently better call for manufactur
ing purposes. The woolen goods trade is
more busily employed, and raw wool Is
active despite the talk of possible tariff
revisions. Cotton goods are Irregularly
affected. .Prices tend to ease. Print
cloths are slightly lower, but. there Is In
some quarters more of a disposition to
take hold for spring. The leather trades)
are more active at firmer prices and
iiijcuur prices lor snoes are Indicated.
lluslness failures in tho United State
for the week endinir Novemher i
238. against 237 last week, 2H In the like
week of mo, 232 in 1000, 273 in 1008 and
2i5 In 1007.
HuHlness failures in Canada for tho
week numbered 31. wldch comnmed Tilth
32 last week and 16 In the Correspondlne;
Wheat, indudlnir flour evnnrta v..,n
the United States and Canada for the
week ending November lf ucirrr-"BU ish.
074 bu., against 3.325.813 bu. last weplr' and
3,72!,43 bu. this week last year. For the
twenty weeks ending November 11 exports
" 1 1 ui.aiu.u:! Iiu., HKItinsl 4 1 1 2J PU. In.
th. corresponding period last year.
Corn exports for the week are 164.278
hu.. against-27K.S02 bu. last week and
3M.7R2 bu. lr 1910. For tho twenty week
ending November 16 corn exporta are
10,803,638 bu., against 7,420,876 last year.
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
CHEESE Imported Fwiss. c; Amert.
cnr Swiss, 22c; block Swiss, 18c; twins.
17c; daisies, 17c; triplets, 17fec; young
Americas, 18c; blue label brick, 17Hc; 11m
berger, 2-lb., 18c; limberger. 1-ib.. 10c.
RUTTKR No. L 1-lb. curton, 34c; No. 1.
In 00-lb. tubs, 34c; No. 2, 32c; packing. aOo!
POULTRY Broilers, 18c; springs, 12c:
hens, 12c; cocks, 10c; ducks, 18c; geoso,
15c; turkeys, 2(ic; pigeons, per do,, $1.60.
Alive, broilers, 12fe-u: hens, H'-jo; old
roosters and stags. 6c; old ducas, full
feathered, 11c; geese, full feathered, loo;
turkeys, ISc; guinea fowls, loo each;
pigeons, per dos., 75c; homers, tier dux..
$2 60; squabs. No. 1, $1.50; No. . 50c.
FISH Pickerel. 11c; white, 13ijuKj; pike,
15c; trout, llijplic; large crapples, 15&l8o;
Spanish mackerel, 10c; eet, 8c; haddocks,
13c; flounders, 13c; gieen oatfish. 13iflloc;
roe shad, $l.uO each; shad roc, per pair,
doc; tsalmon, 13c; halibut. Ilul3u; yeli.w
perch Re; buffalo, 8c; bullheads. 14c.
POULTRY Wroilers, lo. springs, lie;
hens, 12c; cocks, 0c; ducks. 18n; geese,
16c; turkeys. 2kc; pigeons, per dos, $1.60.
Alive broilers. 12bc; hens, Uc; oil
roosters and stags. 5c; old ducks, full
feathered, lie; geese, full felahered. 10c;
turkeys. Uc; guinea fowls, lou each;
pigeons, per do., 75c; homers, per doa.,
$2.60; squabs, No. 1. $L60; No. 2 60c
FRUITS Apples Cooking varietlea, per
bbl., $2.76; Jonathan, per bbl., 44. Ou, Pea
Davis, per bbl., tJ.50. California belle
flower, per box, $1.35; Colorado Jonathan,
extra- fancy, per box, $.25; Washington
bpuxenberg, per box, $3.5u; Washington
It. Heauiy, per box, $2.50; Washington,
Staman wineaaps per box, $2.50, Ka
hunas Fancy select, per bunch, tli.it
Z.M; Jumbo, per bunch, $2.75ij3.7b. Cran
berriesWisconsin fancy, per bbl., $3.00;
per box, $3.00; extra large Jumbo, per
bbl., $10.00. Datea Anchor brand, new,
30 1-lb. pkgs.. in boxes, per box, $2.50.
Figs California, per caio of 12 l.-ounce
pkgs., 85o; per rase of Sli lj-ounce.
$2.00; New Turkish, 6-crown iu
boxes, per lb., 15c-; 6-crown ia 2o-lb.
boxes, per 10., lvc; 7-crcwn in 30-lb.
boxes, per lb., 17c. Grape fruit Florida.
4ii-S8 sizes, per crate, $1.75 u.5.W; 80-54-64
sizes, per crate. $5.25. Grapes Califor
nia Tokays, per 4-Usk. crate, $1.25; Mulaga
grapes in bols., $5.50iiiu.tsl. I.emo:i4 1,1
moneira brand, extra fancy, 3akjw) tuts,
per box. $6.i5; I.onia Limoncira. (incy.
3t4-341 t-ixeg, per box, $t;.t0; 20 and 420
eizes, CiOc per box leas. OiHiigee
Niagara RedUnd Valenrias, W-IJO alies,
per box. $5 25. 150-170-0-210-20 h.XlS. per
box. $5.50. 1'eaches California and Colo
rado, per box, $1.00. Peais-Californla
11. Clangeau. I'er '-lb. box. 3.ua
MlSCfc.LLANKOk'", Almonua Tarra.
gona, per lb., 18ic; in sack lot:, lo lea
Uracil nuts Per lb., lie; In sack lota, id
les. t'ocoanuts Per sack, $j.5o. Fil
berts Per lb., 14c; ta sack lots, Ic lcs.
l-eauuts lioasted, per lb., h'jc; row. pr
lb., ilac. Pecans Large, per lb., 10e; la
sack lots, lo less. vtalnuig New crop,
lull, California, per lb., HVjc; In sack lots,
lu lees. Cider New Nehawka, per 15
gal. bhl. $3 00; per 5u-gal bbl., $5 So;
New York kioit s, per 15-gai. H bui., $j 60
per Su-gal. bbl., $6.60. iioiM-y-New. 14
frames. $375 Kraut-Per ligaL keg.
Itlu. Wiacoualn. per Vi bbl., ki.5U.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17. COTTON Spot
closed quiet and unchanged. Middling
uplauda. v.5oc; middling gulf, 9.75c Sales,
Cotton futurea closed steady. Close:
November. .31c; DeccmNer, x2c; July,
t.llc; February. i. ISc; March, .22c; April,
2bc; May, 2c; June, .s-: July, k 32c;
Aiigut, .33c; September, 33; October,
nut mtdiuui, ivuDxi nut, iiiiso.-
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