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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1911)
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Jluch Long December Wheat Comet
When Market Weakeni. '
HITS OF COBS WILL INCREASE
t4 Grain of Neve Corn Arf
Kaaerly ricked I to Fill 9hls
plasr Sales Prices Nov oa
OMAHA. Nov. i 1911.
The lAtest advice from Argentina Mates
harvest has commenced and that weather
conditions are clear, warm anJ very fa
Unite a lit of long lecemler wheat
rame on the market, weak-nln;r that
inonth. On (he other hand, bulls are
, sighting the better foreign Inquiries and
the let-up )n the rpring wheat receipt,
and the marketli'K of winter wheat la ex
tremely light. There aeetua to 1 noth
Inn to lift the market out of Ita present
Cur row sumps up and down.
With the present weather continuing
the run of new corn should rapidly In
crease, as Inlets Hie on a good founda
tion. Good grades tif now corn arc
eagerly picked up to fill shipping sale.
I'ntll etmliB are accumulated at pri
mary points there Is not likely to be any
lxirms In vih.at were free sellers today
on lower cable and tivarlsh Argentina
reports. Cah wheat wus Vo lower.
Corn keeps In excellent demand nnd
the light ottering are readily absorbed.
Hetter receipts are expected toward tlio
latter part of this month. Cash corn was
firm and a shade lilarlirr.
Primary wheat receipts were Cf.O.ftiO
bushels and shipments were iwl.OUO bush
els, ansliift receipts last year of 678.0)0
bushels snd shipments of toe.Wl bushels.
lrlmery corn receipts were Ott.Om) bush
els and shipments were Xtt.Mio bushels,
gainst receipts Inst year of 67K.onO bushels
and shipments of P.OoO bushels.
Clearances were 6T. bushels of corn.
Done of oats and wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool closed t.d to ' VA lower on
wheat and '4d higher on corn.
The following rat-h sales were reported:
WHEAT No. hard
liard: 1 car. Iritic.
1 car, 9M. No. t
CORN No. 4 white: 1 car, 62VjC,
yellow: 1 car (old. 70c; 1 car, 4c,
yellow: t cars, 2c; 1 cars, Gio.
mixed: z cars, No. 4
car, cc; z tars, Clc; 1 car,
trade: 1 car (whit), lc:
car, Mc; t cars, MVio.
OATS Standard: 1 car,
white: 4 car-, 47c. No. 4
1 car, 6S"c; 1
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. t hard, M'4cfftl 05: No. a
fcard. iNcfl 11.01; No. 4 hard, 4fc!c.
CORN No. 2 white. 2H6;iie; No. 3
white, fiZViw'.; No. 4 white, 6.44W.4c:
No. I color. K'ttWV: No. I yellow, tL'H
nOc-.No. 1 yellow, iU!4fa: No. 4 yellow,
l4i: No. t 3Hftc; No. 3, H'iViHf
tw'Vic; No. 4. MV&4.C; no grade, 6KVt&lc.
OAT-No. Z white, l!gWV, standard.
i47V.c: No. S white, 4tl4ic; No. 4
BARI-KY-Maitlng. 11.141.24; No. 1
RYENo. 2. mtjdfio; No. S. MfcSto.
Wheat Corn. 0t
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION!
Kna tares of the Trading aaa Claslag
Prieea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. J.-niack mat In the
.Argentine furnished lifting power today
for the prices of wheat. The December
option was an exception, short Interest
In that future having been apparently
wiped out Closing figures varied from
'no off to Sfi-Hc advance. In corn thera
was a net gain of Vc to IVic, oata, Hti V4o
to e and hog products, WUSc to JWo.
Tha wheat market had a firm tone at
the wlndup. Earlier In the day prieea
had a bulge In consequence of a mistake
concerning figures from the International
Institute of Agriculture at Home pur
porting to show a much smaller world
production of wheat than had been
looked for. It turned out that the total
reported only the principal countries and
lid not Include others which, taken to
gether, mado quite a formidable amount.
Taking the mimhIoii as a whole, there
was good action In prices, May ranging
from ll.(XH to I1.OOVh1.01, with the close
sli'VajC up at the top level reached.
Predictions of rain and snow put up
the price of corn. May fluctuated between
So and CV(i.',,u, cloMlng at iiric,
a net gain of tj.ii. Cash grades were In
good demand. No. 2 yellow was quoted
at 75o for old. .
Speculators were Inclined to buy onta
on account of the strength In other
grains. Outsldo limit touched for May
were, 49a and ti'e. with the close at
the last named figures, an advance of
Scarcity of offerings allowed provisions
to soar. At the clone pork was up Y.jf to
!, and other products increased l.VjJ17V,c
to 26c. There Is some fear that hog
cholera may reduce supplies.
Loading futures ranged as following:
jK lilc'lTOpcn. High. llCow. I Close. ITos'y7
I I i l
1 0U'. 1 vu s-1 1 00i 1 OU'4-1 1 01U
WKi lMi P IMs
18 10 ! It 40 I 11 10
1 0 1 Ko u 00
M J 40 ! t9-24
47'- 6 47h 9 : ii-lK-
46 t ) 8 I (0 I C'H
I IU I lii H S2V&I .'-
i'luth uuoutiona were as follows
KY K No. 2. Ktlc.
UAKL.EY Kted or mixing. S0.iill.05;
fun- to choice malting, 1 Itni 25. - a
tiBK.n.S Timothy, rl3.Wvio.2i. Clover,
PHOV1S1UN8 lHirk, mesa, per bbl.,
IM.WU lt.2j. L.ard, pnr 0 lbs., lit. 20. K.'un l
aiha, Kldra (loose), i 37f'j.
Total ilcatuiices i( wheat and flour
were equal to 4 svM0 buvheis. Primary re
e.pls wte tR'.ww bUKliele, cumpuivd with
tis.ojU buoiic's tne cui repoud.iig uay a
r.umatvl receipts for tomorrow:
heat. Iti cars; corn, 23 cars; oats, 101
cuts; hox"i, head.
hlcjgu Ca:i I'riutii Wheat: No. 3 red.
Q. uvj''i No. 3 ru, Mio'j7c; No. 2 hard.
ftn.ii(l.U; No. 3 iiurd, nit J Jl.uO; Na,
iiotthern, $10.- 7 1.11; .No. 2 northern, ll.oblf
l.to; No. 'i noriluiu, $).04jl.w; No. 2
.iing, $l.M.'ti l.vi; .No. i aliriUg, (km: g 1.04;
No. 4 sprinu. tJtuill.M'j, velvet chaff,
tit'jjl-02; durum, ilwi. Corn: No. t.
o,d. 7ms; No. i wiutc, itUVit'-ae; No. g
jellow. old, 7s-; iu. 3, Wjw,t; Jvu. g,
olO. 74U7iM'; Io. i whiio. vt,n,i,t;, Su.
t yellow, tWiiW'; No. t yeliow, old, 77c;
No. 4. tl.it. i.v. 4, old, ',3r; Su. 4
yellow, iv.i''- ,c. Oiits: No. 2, 47'ic; Nu.
2 white, 4uij,Vc: No. J White, 4S.; ,
No. 4 w hile, l-'.a': fctaudaru. 4.vv
4v,e. Rye: No. 2. -jic. Barley: js,0t
l.2. Tltooll.) ; tl3.Wjli.2i. Clover: $13o
a : n.
ja'TTEltr-Crejn-.erlt'S, tijyu'ac; dairies.
iAiiiij Htea-dy; receipts, 1.4W cases'
&t mark, caaes included, ti'JiM; ordinary'
'iWJMs: firsts. 2h4j. '
.HtK5k-Stsaa ; daisies. I4(51c;
twins, lt','fjllc; -oiiK Auiarlcus, uu
Ijc; loim homo. ll4iji-.
KJTA TOfc-si-httuuy, choice to fancy tj
ti'jijc; fair to gooU, lijltoo. '
t-oL'l.TR Y Firm; tuikeya. lSiao-chii-aeua,
VJlui'; springs, c. '
Vt-Alv riwauy; jilv.
Cailot Kvcnlpta Wheat, 41 cars, with t
cf contract grkde; colli, t cars, w Ui 1
t,f cxmirai't aiude; ot, m ,r. Total
lorelpts of wheat at Chli-ago. MiniieaiHiiia
and Inilutu today wre 4a i i srs. compared
with KjI cars last we. lt and tol vaia the
loritDpouduig Uay a tear ago.
htsui 4'lty rala aag Provlsloa
KANSAS 4'lTY. Nov. K WHK4.T
Imsill; No. S red. kwivjaiic; .No. Xfc,-;
l'utr. WWiUW'c; May, l,014tydMV
OAT Lmbanged: No. 3 white. 4ffl
lUl-siruwC, mow timothy. tltUit
... ..k,..,- .,n.lr.. lilt ,,1,1,1 1
COii'-tHo; Nor J uued( 73o- 'n,
7?7:r4c; No. J white. 7Hi73-ic; No. 3, T7V4,
fc'i'te; leremher, S4,'oHVo.
Jil' TTliH-crramer.v, ic; firsts, 20c,
se'onil!, tar; larking stock, 5c.
KOtit Kxtras, S2c; tlrsls, JOc; seconds.
Wheat, bu ; 44.'0
Corn, bu tt.mn tl.oio
Oats, bu .ono 9.000
EW IOHK VHKIttl, MARKET
Qaotatloas of 4he Day of Varloas
NKW YORK, Nov. M.-FIM'It-Rteady ;
spring patents, vzo$i6.4.'; winter stralchta.
I4oi4.Ji; wlnier patents, Il.i4 70;
spring clears, 4?j4M, winter extiaa.
No 1. tliiji; winter extras, No J.
3.4.v3.5.',; Kansna strslghta, ! 4 Vu; re
ceipis. 21.415 bhls. ; shipments, 2S.07I bbls.
Rye Hour, steady; choice to fancy,
4t5.SH lluck wheat flour, steady, IIU per
OiRNMnAI, Pteady; fine while
yellow, llR'HtlfJ; coarse. ll.Dr.'ul.eo;
RYR Hull; No. 2, 3c, nominal, c. I. f.,
Ei.'ffHlo. to arrive.
m UARl.i;v-yulet; malting, $1.1V81.2S, c. 1.
W'HKAT-Spot market steady: No. t
red, HV elevator, export baals, and
iW'tc, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Iu-
luth. 11.131,, f. o. h., afloat; futures mar
ket was steady, with small price changes.
Cables were lower and the cash demand
was email, but receipts were moderate
nnd Argentina news was rut her bullish.
1'rh es closed Mfec net higher; Iecemler,
Wll-lii-1iII.OiV: closed at $100; May,
11.04 U-lttrttl.Cbi.t: closed at SUA. Re
ceipts, H.1w bu. Hhlpments. M7 bu.
CuK.V Mpot market firm; export, new,
70i f. o. b., afloat, to arrive. Jtecelpts,
A, 2,0 lu.; shipments, t'l bu.
OATS r-pot market, steady: futures
miirktt nominal. Receipts, ll,13Ti bu.
HA Y Hteady; prime, SI. 20; No. 1, I1.2S;
n. 2, tt.li; No. , I."S.
1UI)KS guleti Central America, tlW,
LKATH Kit Firm; hemlock firsts, 25-5
Z7c; seconds, r2'fl24c; thirds, liKtfUc; re
ritOVIKIONa-T'ork. firm; mess, 17.5M
1100; family. $20.Wii 21.W); short clears,
H7.2tValH.25. Heer, firm: mess, $lZ.rt I8.110;
family. I14.irifrl4.ft0; beef hams, $2.ia 31.00.
Cut moots, steady: plrkh-d bellies, 10 to
11 Ihs.. tlO.0ii4ilO.Su; pickled hams, t11.0t
H.O. Lard, firm; middle west prime,
V-.MW.iti; refined, quiet; continent, t86;
r-outh America. tlO.JO; compound, t7.2y.r
TAIJX)W-Kisy. prime city, hhds.,
ir, asked; country, 6170.
HL'T'l KK Klrm: creamery specials,
Sue; extras, 35c; firsts, iitgMr; cream
ery, held specluls, KVqWo; extras, Slfl32e;
llmts, 2r(iitoc; process specials, 2i2tc,
CHKEHK Klrm: skims, 1213o.
H tit IS Klrm; frush (lathered extras, 40
4)42c; extra firsts. mi3Hc; firsts. SM1S&0;
fresh gathered dirties, No. ,1, "Initio; fresh
gathered checks, prime, lSiyWr; refriger
ator, specials marks, taiicy, local
charges paid, 2.ViK4c; refrlgeratur seconds,
chnrges paid, 2nlc; reft Igei.itor dirties,
lfJi:LTRY-Allve, gteady; western
ft. I.oala Geaeral Mnrket.
PT. I,OClH, Nov. 22 WHEAT rulf;
track. No. 2 red. 'J7Hc: No. 2 hard. JeVti
tl.'n; December. 90Tc: May. 1.W.
CORN Steady: track. No. 2. 74c: No.
t white. 7r; Hecember, tdc: May. C7Wo.
OATS Strona: track. No. X. 4hWc: No.
I white. 41WHc.
RYrJCn hanged at tic.
FIXWK Dull; red wlntor patents, UK
ff4.7;.; extra fancy and straight, txtt
4.S0; hard winter cliar, SS.4Uu:a.70.
HKKI Tlmotliv, $14.00 16.50.
- URAN-liwer; sacked, east track, $1.15
HA Y Firm; timothy. $20.00(944.80; prai
I'ROVIHJONH Pork, higher; Jobbing,
$16.50. I.4ird, higher: prime steam, SH.Mxiu)
1.05. Dry salt meats, unchanged; .boxed
extra shorts, $H2t; clear rlba, VS.W;
short 'clears, $x.k74. Bacon, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts, $!i.(U4; clear rlba,
$l).t)24: short clears, $tf.S7Vi.
POULTRY yulet; chicken, 7c;
springs, HVto: turkeys, 13Ho; ducks, lOVic;
geese, RVtc. v
BIJTTiOH Firm: creamery, I'33o,
KUOs Hteady at SitWk).
Flour, bbla S.9U0 It. (WO
Wheat, bu 41,000 28.000
Corn, bu til.tiOO J. 000
Oats, bu 38.C00 U6.XX
BtlBaeapalts Gralsi Market.
MINNKAI'OMH. Nov. 23. WHKAT
Docember, $1.04; May, $1.0SH: July. $1.CH;
No. 1 hard, $1.0t; No. 1 northern, $UM4
blWi: No. 2 northern. 1.0a'ir.04'i; No.
CORN No. S vellow, 73r: new, SSkS'Io.
OATH No. t white, 45HU4(i',o. I
HYF.-N0. 2, ff'ic.
1 1 1 1 A N $22 . (iX( 23. DO.
FlXtl'U Unit patents, $.1.10195.40; accord
patent, $4.7l)rK.OO; first clears, $3.6ot3.'J5;
second clears, $2.60413.00.
1'htladelphln ProUaco Market.
IMHUADICU'IIIA. Nov. 2i-BUTTHR
Firm; western creamery special. $7c;
extra. She: nearby prints extra, 29c.
K(i08 Firm; l'ennsy Ivsnla and other
nearby firsts, free casta, l,80 per case;
current receipts, free casea, $10.20 per
case; westeru firsts, free cases, $10.80 per
case; eunent lecelpts, free cases, ll,20
chkkbk Firm; new yorK run creams
fancy, luv; fair to good. liulOVic
PEORIA. Nov. 12.-CORN-F1rm:
while. 63c; No. 4 white, 6 !;
yellow, ; No,
4 yellow, lHc;
mixed, 63 he; No.
4 mixed, 61Vxc; sample,
I white, 4Hc!
3 white, 74Wtec;
No. 4 white, 4t$47c.
Liverpool Grata Market.
MVERI'OOU Nov. 2t WHKAT-Spot
steady: No. I Manitoba, 7s lOStd; No. I
Manitoba, 7a 8d; futures easy; December,
7s 2d: March, 7s ivi: May, 7s Sd.
CORN Spot atead; American mixed,
t 4d; futures firm; January, it IPd;
February, (a 7WI.
Mllwaakeo Grata Market.
MIUVAl'KCH Nov. IJ.-WHKAT-No.
1 northern, tl.OVJtl fl; No. 2 northern,
$1.02111 1.07i; No, 2 hard winter,
Uooeniber, W,c; .Ma v.- $1.00'.
OATS Htandard. fcOc.
BAiti.t. y Maitiiig, $i,i;iji.:s.
NKW YORK. Nov. 22. COFFEE Fu
turea opened Irregular at a decline of It
points to an advance of S points, near
months being relatively easy In response
to lower European cables and liquidation
by leading longs. Late mouths raved off
slightly In sympathy with the near month
det line during the middle of the day, but
the market later became eteadlrr on bull
support and covering, and while near
months remained well under the closing
flKuirs of last night, the close was steady
net 2 points blither to It points lower.
tiales. U.7,i bagn. November and lie
rrmber. 14..Cc ; Junuary, 13.10c: February,
in. He; March, lic; April. 13 2Sc; May,
13?lc; June. 13.1v; July, 13.1Hc; Augiwt,
13.17c. September, 13.lt ; October, 13 lie.
llavie was 1 to 1 francs net lower.
Hamburg, holiday. Rio unchanged at
K-uTi: HunK S. 50c lower, 4s NV0. Receipts
at the two ports. . 71,000 bags, against
46 0U bags last year. Rain was reported
In nil OintrUts of hno I'aulo. New York
warehouse deliveries yesterday. l
bags, against 11 ffltii bags last year. To
day a rperial cable from Bin toe quoted
4s at M.ijO, or 60 rents lower, and re
ported buo I'aulo receipts of 61 bags,
against 47 iOO the previous d.iv. Spot, un
settled; Hlo No. 7, HV; Kantoe. l4c
Mild, quiet; Cordova, lo',rvjl7o, nominal.
NKW YORK, Nov. tl-MKTAIJt-Ptandard
copper, firm but oulet: spot
IU'.Ihk U.MI; futures, $12 &t".'g!2 W. I ndon
market, easy; spot. ISH pis: futures. . 5a
Lake copper, $13 01.112.'.: elei-trolvtlc,
S'3 Z 13.: cnstlng tl2.i2'ljl2.s7. Tin
firm; Fot. H3MMJ75; futures. $41.uid
43. 7j. Imdon market, firm. spot. IIM,
futures. flh.S Ids. I-ad, quiet; Il.3f1)4.40,
New York; $1 Mi4 Fast Kt. lxuls.
Ixrndnn. CIS 17s 'd. Hpelter, quiet, t (y
ieO, New York: $t 4Ou.s0, Fast fit l-onls
Iijndm, t 17s W Antimony, quiet;
Coockson's. $7.8700. Iron. Cleveland
warrants. 4s In London, locally Iron
wss uncettlrd. No. I foundry northern
tlL.iia J; No. 2, $14,75(15 00: Ne. 1
siitbe:n and No. 1 southern soft. tU.OOtu)
IoriS. Mo.. No. -MKT A In
(irut at irrw; spelter.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
QnoUtioni More Upward Early and
Becede Later in Day.
OUTLOOK AS WHOLE BRIGHTER
atlmalatlac laflaeaoo' Lies la la
ereosed Dividends leclarea hy
. Several Railroad ss4 la
NI5W TORK. Nov. M -Quotations
moved upward enrly today in stocks, and
downward In the late eeaslon. The two
movements nearly balanced each other.
The early advance waa characterized
by the speculative movement In the cop
per Issues. Hull traders operated less
confidently than yesterday.
In the afternoon the market showed
signs of weariness and did not resimnd
to manipulation of special stocks. lhe
broader outlook on the whole Is regarded
A simulating Influence Ilea In the In.
rreaaed dividends declared by several rail-
u ana innustrial companies. Declara
tion of an extra dividend on the common
Stock of tha Cincinnati M, firl..., f.
J'" I'aclflo made another addition to
A stesdy, small Investment demand haa
been noted. Statistics published today
showed that within the last year the
xuMiucr 01 sloes iinniers In reuresentatlva
corporations had Increased largely.
The further rise In the copper storks
was stimulated by excited trading In the
London metal market and strength In
the local market, with ir.nuo,,n. h.r.
above 13c. The steel speks also showed
strength. lieclaratlnn of the uaual divi
dend on Republic Steel preferred was
accompanied by a rise of 1H In the stock.
The weekly reports of the Iron trade
Journals dwelt upon the heavy demann
for railroad enulnment In mnit .r ..11
of higher prlcen, there has bmin no actual
improvement, and profits are accordingly
narrow. Baltimore X. t ihln a,.. .rnn
reflecting Its favorable October report.
The showing of Ixhlgh Vallov for last
rnonth was of a different character.
1 ne exportation of gold waa continued
with an engagement nt mn ditionnat
I.WOO0 for shipment to Canada.
The bond market was Irregular. Total
sales, par value, $3,tw,oiiO. fnlted States
2s, coupon, and the 3s declined on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
., ' Bsles. Hlslk low. Clnas.
Alllshslmera p4 o II it
Amslcamatad CntiDer tl laa Aiu. mi uu
Amsrlran Asrlttultursl .. mo H It tf
Am. llMt Sugar l.KKS M ie4 M5
Amerlian fan 7o ns 11 hi,
A mat Iran C. A V. l.tut M U4a lit
am. Cotton oil : aiaZ
Ajnarlraa H. U pfd jt
Am. Ira Securities....... 1.IM U 2tV( 10
Aoierlraa Mhih4 I
American Lwmtlve ... lOJ li lau
Amarltaa H. a K 7,600 74 7S 74
Am. S A H. ptd Siio uu in?, lomj
Am. Steal Founitrlaa. . . ,. las 4 HI
Am. Siisar ltrinln( too 111 iTt
1 M,a"M J41't mi 141a
Anierlcaa Tobacco Bli... loo llu tu SHU
Amarlcaa Woolan ....... nw tv, trv tl
Anaronits Mining Co.... H.7i 404 34a 4"'
Atrhlaon i.jno mi lotu 107
Atrhlaoa pli tuft 104 pi-i,, )(,!,
Atlantie Coast Una I. too 137S 1Va III1
Halilmore A Ohio 4.10 J0Ji lot, io
HMIilaham Steel M0 ou M :u
nrooklvn npl,l Tr Line tiv 7V ti.
(anadiaa Paclflo XM H6 ittts, zsv
Central Laaihar l.wo 1IS4 ttVi IJ
Ontral Laaihar nfd loo at as
faatral of Now Jeraer US
Cbaupaaka Ohio 700 764a 71 7&H
4hloaso Alton 1 SO
Ottraso O. W , now 700 II IS", 104
l'hlr.a U. W. pfd 400 xe l14 H44
Chlease A N. W l.Joo 14414 146VI 1WS4
Chloaao. M. St. P.... 4.400 111 11 IV, 11H,
C, C. C. aV St. h 71
Colorado r. aV 1 11
Colorado gouthara 41
I'onsolldatad Oas 1,100 1474k 1414) HIS
Cora Products 70S 11 11 tr
Ixlawara a Hudson 17m
Ianar Rio Oranda 13
Denver A R. O. pt., 41
1'iaiiiiors sccuriiiaa vm 11 IIS lira
Krl 1.404' 11 Ira, us
Rrla lat rfd....; loo 61 H (114
Brla Id ptd loo 44 44 4u
(Knaral Kiortrlo n 134 1S44 U4
Orsat Northara pfd 1,400 1214, i:n 1174
Oraat Nonharn Ore et(s, . tuO 4IV4 424 4Ii
Illinois Canu-al .; 141
miarsurausn Mat. s.100 1 164 164
Int. Mat. pfd I.li 44 47V 474
International Harvestsr.. 1H lo 1M'4 1044
lntar-Marlns ptd 100 J64 ih a
Iniarnatlonal Panar T 10
lntarsatlonal Pump .... 100 14 14 I44
Iowa .strnl 17
Kamia City gouthara... 100 ii t$i II
K. :. So. pM
Laeled (las 900 104 106 1M.S
loulavllls Naatillla. . 1.100 1174 146 4 161
Minn. 4k St. Louis a
M , St. PAS S. M 139U,
Mltaourl. K. 4 T 100 l 11 31
M . K. As T. Bli ,.
Mlraourl Parlfio , ..... 3&14
National Blaeult KoO 141 140 110
National Load 1.400 MU , 11 61
N. It. R. of M id ptd 14
Naw York ('antral I.too 100 107 lo
N. Y . O. A W I.j . 41 4 40
Norfolk A Weatara 4,100 111 lu 110
North Amarlran 4i 7414 73 74
Northern Kaolfla I.eJO 130 lit-s i
laclllo Mall 600 31 l 11
PannayHanla 1.700 ti: 1J1 122
Paopla's Uaa 1.100 106 lot 106
P.. '.. C. SI. l 14
Plttaburgh foal uti
Preaaad Staal Oar .' 14
Pullman Pataes Oar 161
Railway Steal Spring.... 300 II II 11
Raadlns tl.MiO 11? 161 161
ftapublla Staal 1.100 S !S 11
Rapublla Steal pfd 1,000 14 11 14
Rork laland Co 700 11 17 17
Ruck laland Co. pfd 40
St. U A I. P. 3d pfd... 1.0J0 41 41 41
St. Loula S. W to
HI. Li. g. W pfd.. Tl
Bloaa-ghefflelt g. A 1 44
gouthara Pacific 4.100 111 HIV. 111
southern Railway 11,100 u - 10
So. Railway pfd 1.100 71 71 7!
Teanaaaas "oroar 1,400 II ' 17 7
Texas A Pacific 14
T.. St. U A W lis) 11 II 17
T.. St. 1 A W. pfd 100 41 41 41
tlnlaa Paclflo 41,100 176 174, 174
I'nloo Paclflo pfl 000 11 11 11
t'nltad States Realty... 01
VnU.d States Rubber.... 1,100 47 47 y 47
t'nltad States Staal 71.100 C4 4.1 11
f. S. Steal pfd I'M loa 101 v
t'tah (ppar 11,400 62 61 11
Va. -Carolina Cheoilcel - 11
Wabaah 104 10 10 10
Waba.h pfd I.loo 11 11
Waatarn Maryland 7,100 44 M tl
Wratlncbouaa Elattrle . . too ti 06 06
Weatara In Ion 1.100 71 71 71
Whaling A L, B 4
Lettish valley Ji.soo ii- 17 17
Total aalas for mo day. 474. wo abates.
New York Moaop Market.
NKW YORK. Nov. .-MONHT-On
call, steady. J4?2H per cent; ruling rats.
!S per cent: closing bid, I "4 per cent;
offered at 2H Pr cent. Tune loans,
steady; sixty aays. per cent
ninety days, 3Vt per cent; six months, 314
4j34 per cent.
rillMIE MtHWAflllliU 4XJJ-4V,
STKULirvu HuiA-ifjuNuii; Hteady, at
decline with actual business In bankers'
hlrf at 14. Mot) for sixty days and at
t4.tTT0 for demand. Commercial bills. 14 d3.
HlLjVlCIV-iiar, u;,kc; aiexican dollars.
BONDS oovernment, neavy; railroad.
Closing quotations on Dcnas today were
V. g. rt. . rag... 100 Int. M. VI. 4s
da coupaa lovwJaiAn a u
da la ras 11 do 4aa
da oaupoa I1K. C. So. lit la... 73
a 4a ra HU S dob. a IMt.. J
do aoupoa 113!.. 4t N. usl. 4a '
Allla-Cbal. lot ta... so l. K. a t lat 4s. 17
Amor As la 11 eo sa 4s 111
A. T. A T. r. 4a.. Ill Mo. Pacific 4a 76
am. Tobaouw 4a N. R. H . of at 4a .'
da ta 117 Y. T, g. la... I
Armour A (. 4a. . "6 do dab. 4a JV
Aicblaoa sa. 4a N. Y . N. H. A H.
da oy. 4 1" ct. la m
da r 6a 101 N. A W. lat e. 4a.,
A. C. U lat aa da c. 4a 110
Bal. A Ohio 4a Na. Pacific 4a iao
do l do aj aV
wo S W. Ia ... S0 s. U rfds 4a ... I
Brook. Tr. c? 4a... 64aPana. or. ! uu.. aa
"Tea. of Oa aa 104 do eon. 4a p;v4
On Leather aa M Heading pan 4a M
r wl N. J. s U ut tUH. r. I, 4a a
Chra. a Ohio 4a..wi do gn. 6a. J
lo raf. a IJgt L. S. W. a. 4s.. 7
t'blraia A A. Ia. da let gold 4s 11
C. B. VI 1 4a.... S A L. 4a
do gas 4a If to. Pac ao. 4a..... lis,
C. al A S. P. d a t da ev. 4a its,
C R. I. A P. o. 4s. 11 ava lat raf. 4a . H
da rfg. 4a. SSo. Railway 6s MU
Vlo. Ind. la 74 do sn 4a Tu
Cola. Mid. aa 00 t'nlos Panda 4a... .lot
a r. A a 4s n do cr. 4a i
U. A H r 4 ... da lat A raf 4a... lis
O. A H. O. 4a K'Hf. S. Rubbar sa....ltuv
da raf ta sat. S steal 3d li . i .i
I niatlHor Is H'kVa-ar. Oatn. la .!
grla p. I. 4a l?Waheah lat aa lul
so gaa. 4 " oa l.l a aa. 4s... all
as a. 4a ear. A. t Votara Md 4a a
do aarle 74 Waat. Klaa. cr. is.. M
Owa Klwo. ey. 6S....1U wis Caatrwl 4a ... M
111. Caw. la rat. 04 M Ma. Pwc r. aa.....
Ip4. 14a:. 4a 7Psaaaas U Ion.
LoaAoa Slock Market.
I1ND)N, Nov. tl. American aeouritlcs
opened firm and sdvancaal on good buvlnw
duflnf tfis ffrly trading oday, M Bjon
the market wss firm, mlth prices rangm;
from to higher than yesterday s New
London rioalng stock quotations:
Onaol.. menay ..71 7-11 ymlrtlla A Naah..tS
do ai-r-ovnt 7 Mn . Kan. A Tax.. 11
Amal. f 'oppar 44 New York l ent rat 1,1
Anaconda Norfolk A Waatarn 1U
Alrhlann 110 do pfd !
do pfd 107 Ontario A Waatarn. 41
Baltimore A Ohle..P4 Pannaylranla 41
Canadian Partflr ..J4 Rand Mlnea
tTieaapealts A Ohio 77 Reenlng 71
Oil. Orwt Waatarn. tl Southern Ry II
f-hl , Mil. A St. P.lll do pfd 74
lie B-ara i.nharn Pacific ...1I
panyor A Rio O... 4 t'nlos Pjrlflc 171
do ptd 4 do pfd K
Krla 11 V. s staal
do lat pfd 64 do pfd i.ll!
do td pfd IS', Wabaah ..... 14
nrand Trunk 14 da pfd 11
llllnola I'-alral ...,1
8II.VP.H Bar. steady At Jd per ounce.
MOXET-2S2Uj per cent.
The rata of discount In the open mar
ket for short bills Is JS5 per cent;, for
three months' bills, 3Vtj3H Pr cent.
12. Closing quotations
on etocKs were
A. Z. L. A g
A ft sons (m
B. A C l'. A. S. M
none Oral it ion ....
fat. A Art eons
I'al. A Hacla
Cop. Ranga C. C...
Kaat Hutte C. M ..
4 Nevada Con ....
ft Nlplaalng Mlnea
1 North Hutto
6 North Lake
II old Dominion ...
406 Parrott S. A C...
Superior A B. M.
U I . S g R. A M
I do pfd
II t'tah t'on
( I rou n
Greaue t'ananea ...
lal. Royals Copper
Kerr Ika .....
La Salle Copper
3 t'tah Copper Co
14 W inona
6 Wolverine ....
New York Mlu.uw Storks,
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Closing quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Allra 700 'uttie Chief I '
om, Tunnel stock. 11 Mviiran J40
do bnnda 17 Ontario 100
Con. Cal. A Va OS (phlr 160
Iron Sllear 109 'Standard loo
Lmdrllla Oun I Yellow Jacket 74
OMAHA. Nov. 21 Hank clearings for
today were tU. 460.811. 72 and for the cor
responding day Inst year t2.GbT.39S.73.
OMAHA CI B .Mb It At. MARKET.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. s2c: Ameri
can Bwltt, 2ic; block Swiss, lsc. twins,
17c: daisies, 18c; triplets, lc; young
Americas, lac; oiue label brick, mc; lim
berger, Z-lb., lc; 1-lb., 1?.
BLTTKR No. 1, 1-lb. carton, 33c; No.
1, In no-lb. tubs, 34ic; No. 2, 33c; pack
l'OLLTRT Broilers, lie: anrlnira. HUc:
hens, llVc; cocks, 10c; -ducks, ltc; geese,
13c; turkeys, 22c; pigeons, per dox., 11.50.
Alive, broilers, UW- hens, 8c; old
roosters and stags. 4c; old ducks, full
leaineteo, iijc; geese, rull feathered,
lD'kc: turkeys. 16c: autnea fowla. 11c eitch:
pigeons, per dox., tlOc; homers, per dos.,
ti.60; squabs. No. 1. $1.60; No. 2, 60c.
FISH Plckeral, 11c; white, 18c?i pike,
13c; trout, lljlle; large chappies, lolltc
bpanlHh mackeral, lc; eel, inc.; haddocks,
13c; flounders, 13c; green catfish, 134(15c;
roe shad, $1.00 each; shad roe, per pair,
Wic. salmon, 13c; halibut, 12c; yallow
perch, 8c; bullafo, Sc; bullheads, ltc.
HKEP CUTS Hibs, No. 1, lsc; No. 2,
13'c; No. t, 8o. Loins, No. 1, l4c; No.
I. liHo; No. 8, M4c. Chucks. No. 1, 7Vic;
no. z, oc; imo. i gic. Kound, No. 1, 11c;
No. 2, 8o; No I. c.Plates, No. 1, 6o;
No. 2, to; No. S. 4V4c
ITtUITS. BTC Apples, cooking varls-
ties, per bbl., $2.76; Jonathan and Grimes
Uolden, per bbl., $4.50; Hen Davis, per
bbl., $3.60; California Belleflower, per box,
$1.36; Colorado Jonathan, extra tancy, per
box, $3.60; Washington Spllxenberg, per
box, $2.50; Washington It. Heauty, per
box, $2.60; Washington SUrnin Wlnesaps,
per box, $?.M). Bananas, fancy select, per
bunch, J.2tytf2.oO; Jumbo, per bunch, $2.7$
faS.76. Cranberries, Wisconsin fancy, per
bbl., $9.60. per box, $3.00; extra large
J umbo, per bbl., $10.50. Dates. Anchor
brand new, 80 1-lb. pkg. In boxes, per
box. $160. Figs. California, per case of
1$ 13-OK, pkga., 8&c ; per case of 8d lz-os.
pkgs., $2.60; per case of 50 t-os. pkgs., $2.00;
New Turkish, 5-crown In 20-lb. boxes, per
m,. iou; v-crown in dti-iu. tioxes, per lb.,
16c; 7-crown In 30-lb. boxes, per lb., 17c.
Grape fruit, Florida, 4-8u sizes, per crate,
tt.Vtftfb.OO; KO-M-44 sizes, per crate, $6.2fi.
Urapea, California Tokays, per 4-baeket
crate. $1.; Malaga grapes In bbls., $o.6oa
t.00. Lemons, Llmonetia brand, extra
fancy, 800 size, per box, $0.75; Sno size, per
box, tttO; Loma Llmonelru, fancy, jjO
3bO sixes, per box, ta.Oo; 240 and 420 sizes.
600 per box less. Oranges, Niagara Hcd
Isnds Vslenclas. H-1J slses, per box,
16.26; 160-17fl-2uO-21(l-:'6O sizes, per box, to.6.
Pears, California B. Ciarlgeau, per 60-lb.
VEGETABLEft-aeans, string and wax,
per market basket, $1.0tVlrl.26. Cabbage,
Wisconsin, por lb., UafclVtc Celery,
Michigan, per dox.. 40c: Colorado Jumb'i,
per dox.. 80c. Cucumbers, hot house, per
dos.. $2.00. Kgg plant, fancy Florida, per
dos., $2.00. oarllc, ex'.ra fancy, white,
per lb., lac. Lettuce, extra fancy leaf,
imr doz., 40c. Onions, California, white,
per lb., 8c; Wisconsin, yellow and red. In
sacks, per lb., 2o; Spanish, per crate,
$1.76, Parsley, fancy home grown, per
doz. bunches. 46c. . Potatoes, Minnesota
Early Ohio, por bu., $1.10. Wisconsin white
stock, per bu., $1.00; In 10-sacks lots, 5o
less. Sweet potatoes, Virginia, per bbl.,
$3.60: per bu. basket, $1.86. Itutabagas, In
sacks, per lb., lc Tomatoes. California,
per crate. i.60.
MloCKLLiANEOlT3 Almonds, Tar
ragona, per lb.. ltte. In sack lots, lo less.
Brazil nuts, per lb., TUc; In sack Tots, lo
leas. Cocoanuts, per sack, $5.60. Filberts,
per lb., ltc; In sack lota, lo less, peanuts,
roasted, per lb 8,c; raw, per lb.. 7 Vic.
Pecans, large, per lb., 17c; In rack loia,
lo less. Walnuta. new crop, 1K11, Cali
fornia, per lb., LH-c; In sack lota, lo less
Cider, New Nehawka. per 16-gal. V bbl.!
$30o; per 30-gal. bbl., $5.50; New York
Mutt's, per li-gsl. Vi bbl., $360; per 30
gal. bbl., $11.60. Honey, new, M trancea,
M.75. Krout, per lt-gal. keg. 32.76; per 5
gaL keg, $1.10; Wisconsin, per ti-bbi:, $3.60.
Cot too Market.
NBJW TOUK, Nov. -iJ.-COTTON Spot
closed quiet, unchanged; middling up
lauda, t.46c; middling gulf, .70c; no sales.
Cotton futures closed steady. Closing
bids: Novembar .8uu; December.. t.25c;
January. t.Obo;1 February. .12c; March.
9.Wt; April. 21c; May, tllta; June, 27c;
July , 1.11c; August, 8.32c; brpumber, .33c;
IJVtKPutJl No. 12. COTTON-Ppot.
In fair demand; prices unchanged; Amer
ican middling fair, 5.74d; good middling,
5.3Sd; middling, i.tijd; low middling, fc.lou.
good ordinary, t.wd; ordinary, 4.id.- The
sales of the day were 8.000 balea. of which
1,600 were for speculation and export and
Included t,V00 American. Hecelpta, ts.'Jou
balea. Including 42.500 American.
' Irjr Goods Market.
, NEW YORK. Nov. 23.-UHY GOOUS
Tho cotton goods markets are firmer,
with steady buying rioried In tha print
cloth dlvtniun and In colored goods for
the manufacturing trades. Worsted yarns
Hr steady, with a fair business doing.
Cotton yams are quiet and steady. Job
bers report a moderate trade In general
lines and fair demand tur quick shipments
ui nouaay ; gooas.
Oils aaa Uosla.
'SAVANNAH. Nov. 2-i T!:RPENTINL'
Firm; 44Sif44Vte; ' sales, 644 bbls.; re
oelpts, Wl 'bbls.; sslpnients, - 146 bbls.;
stocks, ,) bbls.
ROSlN-Firm; aalea, I.l bbls: receipts,
t.t. bbls.; shipments. ' 1,420 bbls.; stocks.
106, Sl bbls. Quotations: li. to. 00; I, a OS.
t. K.10. F. O. 11. i. $tUi; K. ta.40; M.
$4.50; VY. G., $7.40; W. W.. $7.70.
Oaaaha Hay Market.
OMAIIA. Nov. B. HAY No. 1. 1A60;
No. t. 13.50; coarse. $12 00; packing stock,
I 6O4jti.00. alfalfa. $16.00. Straw: WfaeaU
to.00, rye and oats. $7.60.
tVsol Market. '
6T. LOUIS. Mo.,; Nov. U WOOtr
Hteady; territory sod westeru mediums.
17j2oc; fins mediums. ltJutl&c; fine. 119 lsc.
Col fro Market.
NFW YORK. Nov. tl-OOFFElB-Rlo
No. 7, H'ac; futures closed steady; Decem
ber, liJt c; March. lS.Soc.
agar Market. . . .
NEW YORK. Nov. .-8lTOAR-Ra w,
quiet; muscovado, 8 teat. 4 5Sc; contrif
usal. M test, 6ooc; molasses. 4.51c; re
giook ta Mlaht.'
Receipts of tlvo stock at tha five prin
cipal markets yostjrday:
Cattla Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha ,. 5.60 . g.lus ,o
St. Joaeoh I 0i4 T.60S lil
Kansas City 7,Oj0 lS.we) l.uu
nt. oiuis 4 w i.hjv i oo
CUlc - 32.00 J3.0U0
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Very Slow and Dull, with the
HOGS MOSTLY FIVE CENTS TJT
Fat Sheep aad I.ambf fthnrr l.lttle or
No Chaos;) (ompnrril vrlth
Tuesday aad game la True
FOl'TH OMAHA, Nov. 12. 111.
T?ee.pi weie: Co I fie. II . Shep
Official Monday 8.tii 27H lb,6
Ofllcl.il Tuet-day v.,.. 6.K11 8,037 IH.tXi
Ettimute Wt-driexdgy .. 6.000 t,20 8
Total three dava 1a t:d nr...; UVU
Fams da)S last week. ..20.424 20,23 1 4i,4Mt
rame I weeka ago 2.6.ll 13.ti7 K, M
Same I weeks aao 2:1,023 141 h'47
Same 4 Weeks no W. ;M 1(1.418 134.3.'J
s-ame days last year. . .15,707 19.S04
The following table siiows the. receiptl
if rattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date n compared with
ast year. 1B11 imn Ine Dee
tattle l.r;9.1M l,lo.fil2 30.318
Hogs 2,110,322 1.722, l 387,406
Sheep 1C2.99J 2,h64,224 81,231
The following table rttowx the averag.'
I. rices bald fn, Ua.1 a litilh llmaha for
the Ia"t few days, with comparisons.
late. UU. il. 10.iv.(l. lAi,.,lot ilf..
-hi -a i Mi u 4 4 illi . I it
251 ? 7t i I18 4 Mi i M 4 71
2H 7 te 7 l7i 4 "o 4
- I 0 I I7TJ o IK. a aj o IV a w
a i a .,1 n r. r.C a 1 a A-. . n
7 an 7 nil r. u
7 331 7 HV, 6 i 4 83
7 20 7 !M t 70 4 641 021
j (''" ; 5"J tJ o2
II 1 w - 1 ii id 1 i' q iv( a no
I 8 7 881 I 4 32 t) lrll 4 lit
Itecelllta Btirt rilar.r,alltn nf llu. mtnntr b I
the Union titock Yards, Houth Omaha, for
the twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
Cattle. Iloira Khi.cn IT'e'a
C, M. & BL V. Xly.. 4 3 3 ..
Wabash Ky a
Mlnsourl Pac. Ky.. 1 6 .. ..
Union Pacific ltv... 48 21 17 .
C & N.-W., east... 4 2 ..
C. A N.-W., west.. 63 32 7 1
C, Ht. P., M. at O.. 6 7
C, U. at (J., east... 6 4 6
C. B. A u. wet 1 u 1 s
C R. 1. Ik P., east 3 ' a
c, it. i. & f., west .. 1
Illinois Central Ky. 111..
C. O. W. Ky 3 6
Total receipts 205 ' 88 ' 41 4
v CattlM . Ilnff. Cl,..n
Omaha Packing Co 2S& 27 87
Swift A Co...- 1,284 1,934 783
Cudahv Pucklmr. Co 1 aot 1 m i irrt
Armour & Co 813 2!o70 L043
Armour, from Denver.. 48
O. Pkg. Co., from Den. 23
W. B. Vansant Co..u 22
lienton V. S. & Luah... 2(0
inn at eon ion
F. B. Lewis 14
(lustnn AV IV. ci
J. P.. Root A Co 7
J. li. nulla 110
I, jr. liusx 15
L. Wolf M .
McCreary St Kellogg... 34
H. F. Hamilton 2Ti
Lehmer Bros....' IB
Lea Rothschild 43
Mo. A Kan. Cal an
Cllna & Christie 3
Other buyers 850 4.783
Totals ....15 6,184 8.C78
CATTUO Receipts of cattle were mod
erate tooay, making the total run for the
week to date 1,; head. This is the
smallest for the tlrst halt or any week
in a long time. Still there Is a gain as
compared with a year ago of over .0W
head. In spite of the fact that recelDts
ware far from burdensome the market
as a whole was very, slow and unsatis
factory from start to finish. In the first
place the quality of tho cattle was not
very good, the yards being filled with
trash, and In tha second place buyers
did not appear at' all anxious for any
great number. of such cattle as were on
sale. Thus is happened that the fore
noon passed -with comparatively small
amount of business being transacted and
it was well along toward midday before
buyers and sellers could get together on
a trading basis.
, As strictly good beef cattle were very
scarce the feeling was that anything
along that line would command steady
prices, but there was very little of that
kind on sale. Inferior grades were slow
and more or less neglected.
Cows and heifers Were anywhere from
weak to as much as 10yl5c lower In some
Thers were very few really good feed
ers and they possibly may not have
shown much change, but the tendency on
the market was both slow and lower.
Quotations on native cattle: Oood to
choice beef fcteiirs, $6.5u7.76; fair to good
beef steers, $i.6tij),60; common to fair beet
steers. $4.604,5.60. good to choice heifers,
$4.tVKO$.2&; good to choice cows, $4.26tt6.00;
fair to good oows. $$.soro4.26; common to
'air cows. $2.76jJ.0; veal calves. $3.50.4
Quotations on range eattU- Good to
choice beef steers. $5. 75357.26; fair to good
beef steers, 6.0uiu6.76; common to fair
beef steers. $4.4ufeu.0o; pood to choice heif
ers, $4.4041.6.15; good to choice cows, $4 260
6.00; fair to good oows. $3.ij4 .26; common
to fair oows, $2.764J.60; good to choice
mockers and feeders, a6.0uajn.00, fair to
good stockers and feeders, $4.302j5.0u; com
mon to tair stockers and leaders, $A4uim
4.30; stock heifers. $3.264 4.25; bulls, stats,
fit I 04 I
. K I to
UW 4 CO
I to t
I II I
444 t 10
t 10 II
ahl 4 00
711 4 It)
ll'T 4 li
11 I M
lot I 10
I 71 I
I IS 1
4J0 4 It
4.MI 4 a1)
110 7 00
144 7 li
-7a a na
'STOCK EKc) AND'FEEDKRS.
445 4 00
t4t 4 0)
t t 41
26 steers.... 9i3
1048 $ 15 10 feeders. .1067 6 10
893 4 80 16 feeders.. H9 4 65
R. C. Raamussen. '
748 t 05 8 steers.. ..1080 4 83
J. O. Ifchionians.
i 4 27 steers..
22 oows 1030 4
7 cows i t 60
48 feeders.. 10. $ to
20 steers.. ..1206 t 26
16 heifers... tl H
W oows 25 $ 75
20 cows T.t 8 44)
1 calves... 2s4 6 60
805 t at
F. M. Hoailch -Montana.
14 steers... .1.M eft 4 stoeis....ll n) $75
11 feeders.. 820 e 00 2 feeders., lev) 4 26
HOJS Packers attempted to put up hog
droves during early routine at steady cost.
but few sellers were wining to liquidate
oa this bams and the market quickly im
proved, buik showing nickel advances.
After trade levels were firmly established
movement became reasonably acuta and
the yards were cleared of a moderate sup
ply In very good season. Improvement
aa anything but uniform, however, and
there were portods In the seaalon when
prions ruled merely strong, aa well as
t:uiea whan It waa possible to place offer
ings at advances of oejioc. Closing busi
ness claimed the beat values and the moat
Receipts amounted to about ninety
loads, usual variety of both nelgbu and
quality. Of this estimate shippers and
speculators bought about a d nen load,
luvorlng ataple butcher and lard grades.
Wood to ( ho. re laid welxlits sold laigely
St fo.2iV.jg3,", the latter f,KUre being high
price. Hutohers rsnge around tW.) and
bacon anlmttls moved from ri. la down
Ward. There were not many xtralyht
hunches of pIkb on eaie, but roasters un
popular at this season and anything
healthy landed readily around $4.75 6.
JVe. At. IB. r. Na. A. fn. rr.
11 It4 ... 7i M ;4I no 4 iO
1 171 1T0 w M 2V4 loil I 20
l 1M 110 I 44 l 1.14 l M
)'' 1AI ... 4 00 ; ItT ki 110
11 211 111) I 141 14 I'll 10 IO
114 1A1 to I 00 U 217 120 In
7 HO 40 4 OS JO 10 1 Ht I 10
14 144 ... I OS 71 141 40 4 10
2'0 40 I 01 71. ......117 ISO 4 10
4H mi ... i i i4 sm mi t :o
" 1 OS 71 Ill SO I 10
M 11 at 4 05 41 Ml 40 4 2o
H -I4 ... I 10 44 1M ... 4 V)
1"0 ... I lo 13 140 4 M
41 JOS W 4 10 4 1S ... to
o ... f i aa j7 too m
74 1J ... 10 10 Ml ... t 20
7 100 10 10 go 171 ... 10 -
44 io ... I ui , jio mo an i 2ii
?2 :i4 ... io t, ici 40 t tik
1 11 44 374 110 I 13
71 !3S 200 1 12 II 3i ... 1121,
20 ... I IS II Ill 120 I KH
41 ! St) IS It 44S ... 12(1
45 234 ... IS II 541 ... u '
I nt 4.. I IS 61 311 10 I IK .
73 107 ... I II 17 24 40 I H
70 317 ... It 43 27 200 I 2A
67....T..233 110 18 SI :7 240 I 2S
47 ... ft 15 40 24 140 26
4. Ill ... 15 S4 2M SO 4 ir,
73 17 40 I IS SI Ill 10 i ti'
44 241 120 15 tl o ... la
Ki.....27 120 t IS 14 103 ... 4 J.-,
40...N..2..1 200 I II 11 1 mo Hi
73 120 BO 8 IS SI 341 240 t 2T.
W 2"7 ... I IS 12 3M 140 2S
IS 217 ... .4 IS 13 271 SO t IS
5 2M fO '4 IS 1 251 1J0 I lo-
7H 204 10 IS IS 341 ... I ;s
11 :4 20 4 1714, 4 171 140 25
62 274 i:0 17, 14 3:', 120 2T.
41 !M SO t IV, SI Ill 120.12714.
60 271 40 I 20 SO 314 140 I 30
10 2.1J SO lo IS 871 ... 4 30
4S 234 ... I 10 10 31S ... 4 35
PIUS ODDS AND KND3.
4S 134 ... 5 15 111 134 ... 5 73
5 401 ... 15 SI 101 ... I 00
IIS 171 40 lib 40 110 ... S SO
2:. Ill ... t 2-, J6 11 ... I 25
30 104 ... 4 73 42 143 ... t S3
27........ 14 ... 4 2J 27 125 ... t S6
SHEEP Trada In sheep and lamVs was
uneventful and not very Interesting. A
fairly large supply occupied the miirket,
but much of It lacked quality and finish,
toppy offerings being the exception.
Warmed-up stuff waa plentiful, vhile
bands that were properly fed out riade
up only a very modest proportion of, the
run. jjome western stubble-fed stock; ar
rived, but Instead of being coarse f-nd
unattractive, as waa the case last year,
these "wheat-finish" strings are show
ing up In rather crassy killing cohdi'tljn
and are selling well up toward the jrP
of the trade. Karly estimate placed tcfll
receipts at 11,000 head.
Demand for fat kinds of sheop ami
lambs opened In healthy form, but paolo
lng orders were by no means pressing
and prices showed little quotable change,
ruling Just about steady. The beat
varieties of lambs on sale sold up axil
i, ; u at .". i , v. inv.A.a,Ann ji V
n. Tv.au, v-.bii iii.rt, . i, iru a'-tu.'O
suitable for slaughter at $6.00 and less.
These prices, while nothing to brag
about, are still margined rather high, as
compared with eastern values. Chicago
top yesterday being $6.66.
Matured muttons were purchased In
leisurely fashion, a buying attitude that
Is entirely natural In view of the fact
that the consumptive outlet Is more or
less restricted at present. The .approach
of Thanksgiving always finds a rapidly
filling poultry trade and heavy mutton
usually acts poorly when It Is forced to
compete with dressed turkeys, chickens,
etc. Fed ewes were among the) first
fcheep offerings to roll, ranging up to
$3.25. tome good yearlings landed well
at $4 and toppy wethers oipre none to
active within the $3.25ji3.40 spread.
Country call for feedors seaanexl fairly
active, but business was late In (renting
started and scattered early sal-ss affotdtd
only a hasy Idea of price levels. All In
dications pointed toward a well sustained
trade, especially in strong - weights.
Feeder lambs weighing over it pounds
moved at $4-53 and feeder ewes still
ranged under the $3 mark. Y'tsterday's
feeder buy amounted to D,300 hoad.
vjuutatlona on Snecp and Lambs
Lambs: Oood to choice. J5.(KgB6; fair to
good, K.7G&6.00; feeders, $3.50t(i-4.ti5. Year
lings: Fair to choice. $3.06ft4.l5;i feeders,
3.26i3.05. Wethers: Ciood to ch'ilce, $3.35
ft'3.50; fair to good, $3.153.36; feeders.
$3.00&3.3o. Ewes: Good to choice-. fi.OOHf
3.15; fair to good. $2.712.00; toedefu, $2.26.
2.76; culls, $1.154(4..
19 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
X 25 '
2 60 .
534 Wyoming lambs
475 Wyoming lambs, feeders...
5S4 Nebraska lambs, feeders. .
290 Neb. lambs, feedors. culls.
271 Wyoming yearlings feed's. 71
38 Wyo. y'l'gs and wethers... 103
24ii Idaho lambs, feeders fit
601 Idaho lambs 75
418 Idaho lambs 88
MO Idaho ewes 120
136 Wyoming ewes, dders.... ti7
120 Wyoming ewes,' feeders.... 61
43 Wyoming ewes 10J
275 Wyoming, yearlings, feeders 64
274 Wyoming yearlings, feeders So
301 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... bt
300 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 03
28 native ewes .123
104 native ewes no
78 native lambs 84
tl South Dakota lambs, fdrs.. 28
332 Kouth Dakota lambs, fdrs.. 44
olsS South Dakota lambs, fdrs-. 4S
124 S. D. fseder lambs, tulls.... 2
123 8. D. feeder lamps , 35
874 Wyoming feeder lambs 66
44 Wyo. feeder lantbs, culls... 45
371 Wyoming feeder lambs 4H
M Wyo. feeder lamibs, culls... 40
3M4 Wyoming feeder lambs 62
2?7 Wyoming feeder ewes 82
72 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 64
45 Wyoming feeder lambs 55
176 Wyoming feeder lambs 61
44 Wyoming fteder lambs 65
10 Wyoming fesder lambs 54
540 Wyoming fexger lambs 61
273 native yearlings lot
41 native lambs 75
62 native ewes ..a. 113
56 native owes fc
2fil fed lambs 77
40 fed lambs, culls' 60
8 native yearlings
112 fed ev.es . loo
lit fed ewes . 110
The Lamp Habit
The kerosene lamp has a long
list of accidents to its discredit.
It is so, easy to trip and fall while carrying a
lighted lamp then fire and personal injury.
How much safer and satisfactory
is the use of Electric Lights.
The pressing of a- button any hour of the
night gives you plenty of light INSTANT
LY IN ANY ROOM OF YOUR HOUSE.
The cost of equipping your home
for electric service is not great.
Our lighting experts will call at your request,
plan the best installation and have cost esti
mates made ' for you as part of the service.
Omaha Electric Light and
(IIICAUO 1.1-VE STOCK MARKET
Demand :for tattle- Jtroog Hogs
sta id Hhtrp aiteady.
CHICAOO Nov. 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 20.o4 ) head; marfcet strong for
beet grades!, others steady; beeves, $4.5")
'uf fXl; Tc.is steers, $4iHi5.70; western
steers, 14. gl cj'7.30; stocker I nnd feeders,
$2.i5.6S; oows and heifers, $l.ftHiu.M;
caives. lo t ft t.2B.
Hot J 8 Pa celpty, 32,000 head; market
steady to J.c higher tan yesterday's
average; li;ht, $o.7(V3ti.4li; mixed, $titnvti
heav f , $n.0u'iii.5j; lough, $i'..004i6..6;
good to i iliolce heavy. lti.2M6.ji; pi
$4.2f '(i6.40: bulk, $8.20'ti43.
SHEEP AND LA Mi'44 Receipts. S3.
head; mai tiet steady; r.atlve, $2.2.Vg3.75;
western, 1 Z. 403.70; yeartlngs, $3.or.'ra4 5;
lambs, native, $3.60&6.60; western, iz &
Kansna fltr Live Stoolc Market.
KANSAS CITY, Ncv. 22. CA TTLE
eclpts, 7.01 0 head. Incjudlng & head
southerns; gtarket sfoariy to weak; stock
en and feel lers. Uiiiic lower"-i dressed
beef and export sters, $fi.tifS.75; fair to
good, $6.004 .60; we-tern steers, $4.0iKa 50;
soockers H5itl feeders, .LliVu D.uO; southern
slers, $4.t.ii.00: southern cows. t3Kn
74 fed laml s
103 fed lan.4.1
4.25; native cowt, $2 5ru':.00: native helf-..
ets. M.OOr-uXiOM ; bul s. I3.3S-oM.I0: calves. 13.F,')
.HOOSU-FVsirtpts, 1S.O0O hesd; market '
steady to ;to higher; bulk of sales, to.srKif)
Ci; heavy. IG.4:all,60: nackera anil hutch- .
ers. $6.2iJ.s6; lights, $6.70tf6.26; pigs, $4.00
f-iB.ci- .any Lflaitin itereipts, 7,ot
head; marl let steady to 10o lower; mut
tons, ttooiiffiK; yearlings. $3,fior(f4.50; wetha
era, . $3.0ti4"r3 aif; ewes. $2.60fci3.25; stockers
and feedors, $2.00Jj3.60.
St. I.oala 1.1 vi Stock Mnrket.
ST. 1X)1-'S. Nov. 22.CfATTLE Re
ceipts. 4.800 head, including 1.200 head
Texans: market stead v: r.miva, .hh.nina
nnd export i teers, $7.nVy9ju; dressed and
uuiuner mm rs, .i.x(7 i.oo; steers, under
1.001. lbs.. $4.1 W'u 7.00; stockers and feeders,
$3.o0jj.0O; cows and hol'ers, 3.0iV!l7.00;
cai.ners. I l.0titj3.oo; Isulls, $3.7.'tt526;
calves, $400tai.fi0; Texas arid Indian steers,
U-Wit'.W; ijwb and heifers, $4.5O!jj(7.0O.
HOGS-Rr-celrts. 16.200 head; market
steady to ;c higher; pigs and lights, $4.75
iH.30; pacsers, $6.10f(i20; butchers and
beet heav:f, ti.'26iS6.50.
EHEEP AND 1, MRS Receipts. 1.000
head; maiket Mteady; native muttons.
$3.0043.50; lambs, $4.2oifJ5.tV.; culls and
bucks, $l.:ti?3.C0; stocjiers, $1.25t3.25.
St. Jiaseph Live Stork Market!
kt tns.vpit xr x- aa . . .
, . VF., I.WI, .a. UA1TLE-
Receipts, l.ao heafl; market steady
steers, $AdCix25; comts and heifers. $2.66.
t.00; calves, $3 OOSil.oO.
HOGS Heceipts. 7.500 head; market
slow; top. t;.4i; bulk of sa.es, $!!0O4t.4a
SHEEP AND LAAlBS-RelpZ, JOCJ .
head; market, slow; lambs, $4.60rttD.60. '
ROCK SPRINGS MAN KILLED
BY TOUCfjjNG LIVE WIRE -
. ROCK SPRINGS.' Wvo.. Nn ,.
rt'al!) John SandBtlum, aged ES years, U
w.-au irom aoing rwhat score of smaU
bays have done dig Ing the last fortnight
-ttJuchlnK a damrlUng wire nt the rear oi
a Ailoon. Going fnom the saloon Into thi
rear? yard, to get coal, Sandstrom founl
the. -wl-eiln his wjiy and undertook ti
Di-issn iL aside. An electrical shock killed
hint. Inti antly. The irrvei.tiiratir.-, e kM
deattn hi s brought out that the wire hai
Deen panging for two weeks and tha :
small b4 ys have made a practice ot
toucning it in order to receive slighi
electrical' ahocks. A short time before
Sandstruui met death some youngster!
weit i experiment with the wire, but
on observing that It was uplttlng sparks,
became afraid and did not touch It. ThJ
wire is a post, guy which became loos
ened and saggrd across a transmission
line from the electric light works. What
caused tt to carry a light charge which
did not Injure the children, and later a
chargo sufficiently heavy to kill gand
utrum, ia not .Known, a tha .
through tho transmission Una has been
THilEF WANTS MAN WHO
LOADED WOOD PROSECUTED
YANKTON. 8 .1) . K ! .
- ' - ... ''ITVIIil, )
.Yankton has a wood thief who haa n.n.
He was k eallng vexiod and the owner,
who was -on." loatfed some of the wood
with carti'dges. In a very short time
tho police aad two of the cartridges and
the thief wants the otvner of the wood
.prosecuted for having .,,, ....
iflrearms around loose for thieves to get
Ai Vital UI.
6EATTIE SAYS HE HAS
NOTHING TO CONFESS
RICHMOND. Vs.. Nov. 22.--I am Inno
cent." Henry Ciay Buattle, Jr.. con
demned to die Friday, announced through
Rev. Dr. J. J. Fix, tooay. He declared
ha would make no concession.
In a formal statement Dr.-Flx told of
"I havo to die soma time, and It might
aa well be now," tha prisoner exclaimed.
"I reckon there Is no use putting It off'
It will just make It harder for tho old
The key to success tn business Is ths '
Juilulous and persistent use of newspaper
t 1 ei e
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