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THE BEE: OMAHA, TIlHivSlUY, NOVEMBER 7,1012.
CITY PltOPritTV KOIl SAl.C.
4114 Cuming Street
A square 2-tory new house, built for
, home, 7 rooms and hall, oak floors,
large, cheerful dining room with buffet
and panel fixtures, living room with man
tlo nnd built-in book cases. Kitchen has
"ets and drawers galore. Four nloe
light bedrooms on second floor, bathroom
with complete fixtures, combination fix
tures throughout, cellar under entire
house; good furnace; cement walks; lot
HhUGO; owner leaving city, and has made
a low price of $5,600.
8. P. BOSTWICK, SOLE AOBNT,
. 21i 3. 17th Ht.
Why Pay Rent?
2535 N. 19th St., a 6-room. modern ex
cept heat, house. This house Is on thu
Floreenco Boulevard, closo to school,
store and street cars. It will pay you to
see this house. It Is offereed you on easy
payments $M0 cash and $30 per month,
1206 N. 26th St. This house is nearly
modern, has 6 rooms and la a good buy
for the money. If It were on a larger
lot would sell for $500 moro than the price
wo offer It to you. Payments, $L60 cash
and $15 per month.
4719 N. 40th Ave., 7-room home with
city water. Is In a fast-growing part of
Omaha, one block to street car. Offered
you for 1100 cash and $15 per month.
House s vacant now.
Creigh, Sous & Company;
Phone Douglas 200. 508 Bee Bldg.
HAVE YOU $50
nnd desire to own your own homo and a
mechanical Ingenuity to do some repairs?
Vo are offering 4116 Browne St., con
taining 6 rooms, large barn, chicken
houso and chicken coops, full size south
front lot, for $1,100; $60 cash, balanco $12
per -month. This Is a snap for some one
who can handle It.
310-312 Branclels Theater Bldg.
Boulevard Park. Beautiful
Bungalow. Beautiful. On ISth, near
Sprngue St; 5 large well arranged living
rooms, oak finish, modern and up-to-date
in every way. I'rlco only 13.350;
worth more money, but must be sold at
once; terms arranged or lot taken ns
Rasp Bros., Sole Agents.
105 McCague Bldg. Douglas 1633.
on South 11th St.
Good five-room house. In splendid re
pair, modern except heat, on an east
front lot, paved street, paving paid.
Price,- $3,000, on easy terms. Owner will
take vacant lot as part first payment.
This property Is located within easy wag
ing distance of the depots.
SCOTT & HILL,
Douglas 1000. 307 McCague Bldg.
HAVE some nice homes five blocks
from car line; new; little or no money
down. Dr. Ward. D. 33.
$100 Cash, $20 Ma
7-room houHe; gas. water, sewer; south
front; one block and , a half from car.
American Security Company
Formerly Bhtmer & Chase Co.,
309 S. 17th St. Douglas 3S67.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
Two lots, at ',40th Ave., near AmeB, two'
blocks from street car line, $125 each.
One lot, 47th and Cass Hts., od'plnlng
Dundee. $500. Inquire at 120S Jones St.-
. KKAIj ETATB
FA RSI A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
BRITISH Columbia finest agricul
tural land, Nechaco valley, near Grand
Trunk; also Fort Qeorge, Cariboo, Peace
lllvcr, Bulkley valley. State requirements.
'0 acres to 100,000. Lowest prices; easy
terms, alenn it Co., 421 Pender St.,
Vancouver. B. C.
HOMESTEAD 320 acres rich farm land
for $175. filing fees and all; just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sand hills. Land
In Kimball county $10 to $15 per acre. J,
A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
Garden and Fruit Tracts.
Farm of any size, just 5 miles north of
Council Bluffs, at bargain prices. 803
acres, known as Orchard Heights, subdi
vided and for sale at from $50 to $100 per
acre; easy terms. Let us show you this
land. Day & Hess Co., 123 Pearl St,
Council Bluffs. Ia.
I WILL sell at auction Nov. 14 IA 1
o'clock sharp, 3 miles south of Balfour,
C east of Qlenwood, 6 west of Malvern,
la., my flno farm home, "Sunny Brook."
consisting of 115 acres; fine large 10-i-oom
modern house, large barn and other
buildings; also furniture, stock, etc.. Will
. ,1AIWt .1 . ft .111 . Bl.lt .,,
l il 1 ) , iv,vw . v v v - ......
chaser. Mrs. Chet Andrews, Qlenwood. Ia.
DO YOU DO ANY BUSINESS IN IOWAJ
The Des Moines capital is lowa a most
widely circulated and most Influential
newspaper. Its dally circulation exceeds
43,000 copies. The classified advertising
rate Is 1 cent a word or G cents a line.
"You can sell your farm In Iowa or you
can buy land In Iowa by the use of the
Des Moines 'Capital. The rate by the
month Is $1-20 a line. Address The Des
"Moines Capital. Des Moines. I a.
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
in the Des Molnps Capital. Largest cir
culation in the state of Iowa, 43,000 dally.
The Capital is read by and believed In
by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply
refuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Kates, 1 cent a word a day, $1.25
per line per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Des Moines
Capital. Pes Moines, Ia.
500 Per Cent Profit In 3 Years.
16,000 acres rich farming and fruit
land, frost proof belt, near Duluth's
new steel plant, offered quick buyers,
tracts 2.000 acres up, at $11.00. Very
easy terms. Three railways through;
seven shipping points on land. Tre
mendouB development pending. For maps
and particulars, write owner, H. II.
Nesbltt. Duluth. Minn.
PLATTE coupty, Missouri 776 acres;
276 acres bluegrass and timber pasture,
balance In corn, alfalfa, clover, rye, pats,
etc.; S-room house, very large barn, 4
tunant houses, stables, creamery, etc..
etc.: 2 miles from large town and al
most adjoining railroad station; price
(75,000; 120,000 cash, balance long time, 6
per cent. Address Owner, Box 86S, Kan
sas City. Mo.
OPENING 1.00J free, healthful produc
tive hoir""'tail3 In the Ozarks a,nd 1,000,
C00 In western states. Maps, particulars
ana ut... .. .iuns, &c. ltiverslae Colony,
10-BUSHKL WHEAT LAND, $25 TO $35
I PER ACRE.
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of
Cheyenno county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for 12
years. Including 1910 and 1911, average
with the best in the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot bo found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUNDINGSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
MR INVESTOR, Mr Man with small
means. For sale, 12 quarters of choice
farm land close to Sidney Neb., one
tenth cash, bal ten years, in ten equal
payments. Ernest Raasch, Sidney, Neb.
FAtlM U.VNCII I. AMIS I'OH SAI.U.
the suiiestT quickest
AND MOST KKUAHt.h. 1UUU TO
W HALT If IS INVESTMENT IN
You buy It while it Is cheap, improve It
and watch It grow from the value of $Ui
or $20 per acre up to a value of from $100
to $1X0 per acre. You cannot afford to
buy this high priced land, but you can
afford to buy this Dawes county land
here that raises moro crops to the acre
each year than Is raised on this high
priced land. Get a home of your own,
be Independent see my display ot Dawe9
county products in my Omaha office, at
107 McCague Bldg, corner ISth nnd
Dodge Sts., one block east of postofflce.
M. H. Behold, manager of this office, will
show you the display and furnish you
with book of descriptions and prices,
then come to Crawford and I will show
you the real thing the land that will
make you rich.
ARAH L. HUNGERFORD,
Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska.
644 ACRES land In Blaine county. Neb.
$3.25 A. W. Kelpln. 4321 Charles St,
HOMESTEAD S20 acre rich farm land
for $176, filing fees and oil; Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not rand hills.
Land In Kimball county, $15 up to $25 per
acre. J. A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
NOWATA, Okl., lota and oil lands tor
sale. H. Hoggatt. No. , Wead Bldg.
1 FOR SALE ISO acroe good farm land:
40 acres broke, balanoe all tillable; 7
miles from Dallas and G miles from
Colonic. Price $40 per aore, paynblo $1,600
cash, $2,500 March 1. 191$; $2,400 March 1,
1917. Address Box ISO, bulla. SouUi
4S0 ACRES In Clark county. South Da
kota, four miles from county seat: 3oo
acres broko; a good sot of Improvements.
Price $66 an acre on good terms.
E. P. THOMPSON, Lyons, Neb.
1G0-ACRE HOMESTEAD relinquish
ment on choice quarter section near good
town In southern South Dakota; has
spring creek bordering on land; also
SHULER & GARY.
1014 City National Bank BUg.
CHEAP patented state school lands,
south Texas; $1 an acre cash, balance ten
years. For full particulars write F. A.
Connable, trustee. 4S4 Commercial Bank
Bldg., Houston, Tex.
640 ACRES situated In BreWster county
Texas. In mining region. For quick
sale will take $3,600. Half cosh; balanco
three years at per cent Inquire of F.
O. Young, Fayette, Ia.
BUY SPOKANE PROPERTY.
One acre that will soon be worth $1,000
for $800; terms. Write .
EMERY S. BAYLEY,
Fine Farm Lands
Northern Wisconsin Umber or clear;
nice lakes and river; best land In Wis
consin; best market In America; $1 pec
acre cash; large or small tracts.
Ernest A. Arnold Co.
S.OSO-ACRE stock ranch for half its
Value for quick sale. For further Informa
tion address owner, A. J. Johnston, Mer
chants Nat'l Bank Bldg., Springfield, Mo.
INVESTIGATE the fertile Northwest
United 8tates; excellent land In .Min
nesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho,
Washington, , Oregon, adjacent to North
ern Pacific Railway, obtainable, at low
prices. These lands under the "Sturs
and Stripes" are in the best doveloped
sections of the northwest nnd aro as
productive as any on the continent. See
What YOUR OWN HOME COUNTRY
has to otfer stay near homo markets;
quick transportation; close to good
neighbors and good schools; no Isolated
pioneering; free U. S. government home
stead land, requiring only three years
to prove up; state land on easy terms;
deeded land nt low prices and on crop
payment plan; climate flno for man,
beast and crops; big money In vegeta
bles, grains, alfalfa, fruits, cattle, dairy
ing, poultry and hogs; write quick for
free Illustrated, literature, saying what
state most Interests you and list- of re
liable land dealers; ask 'about low rata
home seekers' excursions. L. J. Brlcker,
Goneral Immigration Agent, 126 North
crn Pacific Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
LIVE STOCK MAUKKT 41F WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha, Save'
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants.
BYERS BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 322 Exchange Bldg.
Snyder-Malone-Coftman Co., 159 Ex. Bldg
LAVERTY BROS., 13S Exchango Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exchange Bldg.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 6. CATTLE Receipts,
6,000 head. Including 2,000 head Texans;
market, steady; native shipping and ex
port steers, $8.0010.80; dressed and
butcher steers, $5.458.65; Blockers and
feederB, $3.7687.00; cows and heifers. $5.40
(8.75: canners, $2.754.00; bulls, $4.0OS.5O;
calves, $6.O011.10; Texas and Indian
steers, $4.607.i!5; cows and heifers, $3.25
HOQS Receipts, 6,200 head; market, 10
15c lower; plga and lights, $6.5Og.00;
mixed and butchers, J7.UMAS.0G; good
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 5.800
head; market steady; muttons, $4.104.25;
lambs, $8.00.25; culls and bucks, $2.008
3.25; Btockers, $2.76g3.60.
Turpentine nnd ltnaln,
SAVANNAH. Nov. 6. TURPENTINE
3Sj'39c; sales, 410 bbls.; receipts, 840 bbls.;
(Shipments, 2&1 bbls.; stock, 33,270 bbls,
ROSIN Firm; wiles, 1,81)1 bbls; receipts,
2.80i bbls.; shipments, 1,697 bbls.: stock,
110,079 bbls. Quote. A. B. C, $G.0254&'U6;
D, $8.0086.15; E, $6.07UQfl.l5: F- $6." 16,15;
O, M.12,tg3.20; H, $6.17H6 20; I. $0.20; K,
$6.45; M, $7.00; N, $7.60; WO, $8.25; WW,
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-COTTON-pot
closed steady; middling uplands, 11.90c;
middling gulf, 12.15c: soles none.
Cotton futures closed firm. Closing
bids: November, 11.30c; December, 11.54c;
January, 11.62c; February, 11.71c; March,
11.82c; May, 11.88a; June, 11.89a; July,
11.92c; August, 11.82c,; September, 11.69c;
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. C. BUTTER
Firm and unchanged.
EGOS Firmer; godd demand; Pennsyl
vania and other nearby firsts, free cases,
$1.20 per case; current receipts, free cases,
$3.0089.90; western firsts, free cases, $10.20
per case; current receipts, free oases,
CHEESE Quiet and unchanged.
nvnnri XTm, tt TrIM TTnh.nicu1.
No. 3 white. 5Sc; No. 2 yellow. 6714c; No.
a yenow, etc; ju. jvuuw, wni;, iu. -mixed.
67c: No. 3 mixed. 87c.
OATS o lower; No. 2 white, 32i4c;
standard, 31ic; No. J white, 31Vo; No. 4
Extra. Oil Dividend.
NEW YORK. Nov. 6. Tho Standard Oil
regular dividend of $3 a share and an
extra niviaeim ui n biuiic. iud ib mc
first declaration made by the .company
since the dissolution of the oil trust.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 6- COTTON Spot,
good business done; prices firm: Amer
ican middling, fair. 7.21d; good middling,
6.97d; middling. 6 79d; low middling, 6.69;
good ordinary, 6.13d; ordinary, 5.&W; sales,
ST LOUIS, Nov. 6.WOOL steady;
medium grades, combing and clothing,
23Vtf2'c: htrnt fne. Wtflc. heavy, fine,
$13.t8'18.00; tub wathed, 27036c
grain and produce market
Question is, Will longs in Wheat Be
Forced to Unload?
CORN OFFERINGS DECREASING
Ontn llcrelU nt All Murkctr, Con
tinue Henry, hut the Stock Art)
Not ShoiTlnn' Any increase
Up to This Time.
OMAHA. Nov. 6. 1912.
The question now uppermost in the
jnlnd ot the average wheat man Is: "Will
longs In that grain be forced to unload?"
On this question the larger speculators In
the wheat world stand as one man. The
belief Is general that In order to sustain
values It will be necessary to tie up
many millions or dollars, with possible
losses star.ng holders In the face. Mil
lions of bushels of wheat are now In
Buffalo unaccounted for In tho vlMble
supply, ana this wheat will soon bo In
cluded In the total stocks nt that point.
There is great congestion of wheat at
Buffalo, and as soon as there is any re
lief the country will, then know with
moro certainty as to the amount of grain
held there. In the winter wheat bolt,
where It has been said that tho supplies
were nearly exhausted, tho wheat con
tinues to come out In alarming quanti
ties. Down In the southwest country ele
vators are well filled with wheat and In
hundreds of Instances mlllois aro carry
ing larger stocks than ever known before
at tills season. Cash wheat o to Ho
The weather map shows considerable
rain over the corn belt slnco Tuesday,
which may have a tendency to decrease
offerings of new corn temporarily. The
trend is toward n lowel level, but trad
ers do not advise pressing short sales on
weak spots. Omaha received two cars of
new corn today, the first of tho season.
The gra(n men expect the corn business
ot this yar to increase greatly over that
ot provlous years. Omaha has always
paid top notcli prices to tho formers for
their com, as shippers know. Now the
grain men ore conducting an active cant'
pagn to Increase the receipts, and it is
up to the shippers to help them. Cash
.corn unchanged to io lower.
Oats receelpts in all markuts continue
heavy, but the stocks are not showing
any increase as yet The decline In
prices does not bring In much fresh ex
port business and without export busi
ness stocks aro bound to accumulate.
Cosh oats was Uo lower.
Clearances wero 2,000 bushels ot corn,
30,000 bushels of oatH and wheat and flour
equal to 1,443,000 bushels.
Llverpoo 1 closed i4Jl4d lower on
wheat and URitd lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 3,606,000
bushels and shipments 1.CS4.000 bushels
against receipts ot 2;153,000 btisels and
shipments of 992,000 bushels Inst yenr.
Primary com receipts were 769,000 bush
els and shipments 399,000 bushels against
receipts of 920,000 bushels and shipments
of 629,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 2,470,000
bushels and shipments 1,811,000 bushels
against receipts of 702,000 bushels and
shipments of 629,000 buxhels last year.
The following cash sules were reported;
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 13 cars, 82o;
6 cars, 82V4c. No. 3 hard winter: 8 cars,
82c; 2 cars, Slc. No. 4 hard winter: 2
cars, SOc; 1 car, 79c. No grado hard win
ter: 1 car, 79o; 1 car, 75Vic; 1 car, 75o; 2
cars, 1 poor, 74c. No. 2 spring: 1 cur,
8214a No. 3 spring: 1 car. 81Hc; 1 car,
81',4c; 3 cars, Sic; 2 cars, SO'Ac; i car, SOc.
No. 4 spring: 1 car, 80V4c; 2 cars, SOc; 10
cars, 7Jc. No. 2 mixed durum. 2 cars,
79c. No., 3 mixed durum: 2 cars, 7814c.
ro. 3 durum: 1 cur, 78!c. No. 2 mixed:
car, S2itc. No. 3 mixed: 1 cur, 82c. No.
4 mixed: 1 car, 8P)ic; 1 car, xoitc: 1 car,
SOc. No. 2 northern spring: 1 car, 82&C
Corn No. 3 whtto: 1 car, &3Hc No. 4
white: car, 61c. No. 8 yellow: 2 cars,
67c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car (now), 471ac; 1
cur (new), 47c. No grade: 1 car, 60c: 1
car (new), 45c. Barley No. 3, 1 car, 63a;
No. 4: 1 cur, t.9c. Oats Standurd: 3 cars,
30V4c. No. 3 white: 9 cars, 30Uc; 2H cars,
30c. No. 4 white: 1 car (wheat mixed),
30',lc: 5 cars, 30c. No grade: 1 car, 29Vic.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard, S2flS4ttc; No. 3
hard, 81Wft83V4c; No. 1 hard, 75jmc: No.
3 spring, 80y81V4c: No. 4 Bprlng, 78VMrS0V4c
CORN No. 3 white, 63ic; N- 3 yel
OATS No. 2 white. 30c; standard,
30Wc; No. 3 white, 30&Hic;' No. 4 white,
BARLEY Malting, 663265c; No. 1 feed,
RYE No. 2, 6tc; No. 3, 00c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 227 407 W0
Omaha 176 15 5S
Kansas City 248 10 13
St. Louis W 67 158
CHICAGO ClltAlX AND I'llOVISIOXS
lOntiiri-n of lite 'I'm ill n ur nnil Closlngr
I'rlco on lloiird of Trnilc.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. Although wheat
prices today touch a now low record for
tho season, December ut 87?4c, tho mar
ket cloned strung c to 4c above Monday
night. ScantlnosE of increaso in the
world's available supply formed tho main
reason for tho upturn. Com finished un
changed to Ho higher, oats varying from
the sumo as the previous clopo to 'Wnio
gain, and provisions either not altered
or with advances ranging from a nluu!o
Early bearish sentiment followed weak
cables. December Sluctuated between
87c and SWic, with last sales ?c net
higher, at S9c.
In com, as in wheat, shorts, especially
the smaller ones, overreached themselves.
One of their chief difficulties was tho
fact that rain throughout central Illi
nois proved to bn tho heaviest in months,
December ranged from 49TiSf50i4c, clos
ing strong Mo up, at 60-VfliWVic. Cash
grades were unsettled. No, 2 yellow was
quoted at 60UW4:.
Some export call aided In overcoming
the bearish effect of huge receipts of
oats. Upper and lower levels reached
for December were 31c and 20?c, with
tho closo at 31V4i831Hc, an advance of HO1
Provisions, after suffering from sales
by packers, rallied when cereals turned
strong. January pork and lard headed
the list with a net gain of lVtc
Artlclel Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close.l Yes'y.
8788H 89 874 S7i
9494 95tQi4 94 !Si
90S 91H 90 91)i
43JtfH4 60Vi 49 60iaV4
49 49$6 49
WiWi 60K 60 50',iJi
31 31 SHi 31HR
32mi 33 32 33
32V4 32 32J4 32
18 25 18 60 18 25 18 60
17 92H 18 10 17 9254 18 10
10 65 10 9754 10 CO 10 7754
10 65 10 CO 10 4754 10 60
10 45 10 6254 10 40 10 600
10 1254 10 20 10 10 10 20
9 8754 10 00 9754 9
9 65 9 7754 8 65 9 7754
Caah quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Slow; winter patents, $4.30
4.75; winter straights, $4.1oaH.60; spring
patents, $425M.&0; spring straights, $1.0)
U4.25; bakers, $3.60f3.86.
RYE No. 2. 67&Vc.
BARIEY Feed or mixing, 4&fi63c; far
to choice malting, 6972c.
SEEDS Timothy, $3.(033.85; clover.
provisionsMobs pork. $i7.oon.&o.
Lard (In Uerces). $10.80310.8754. Short ribs
Total cleaionces of wheat and flour for
two days were equal to 1,443,000 bu. Pri
mary receipts for two days wera 3,5j6,000
bu., compared with 2,153,000 bu. the corre
sponding day a year ago. The visible
supply of wheat In the United States in
creased 2,536,000 bu. for the week. The
world's visible oupply, us Bhown by Brad
street's, lncreafced 3,589.000 bu. Estimated
receipts for tomorrow; Wheat, 148 cars!
corn, 144 cars; oats, 490 curs; hogs, 22,ou0
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
$1.0401.07; No. 3 red, 96ctl$1.0i; No. 2 hard,
8SH&92c: No. 3 hard, MaW-ic; No. 1 north
ern, 890c; No. 2 northern, 875489c; No.
3 northern, SSfitnc; No. 2 spring, 87fo854Ci
No. 3 spring, 65S6c, No. 4 spring, mp
Mo; velvet chaff, 83fJ8854c; durum, M'tf
Vic! Corn: No. 2, 6454&C54c; No. 2 white.
566654c; No. 2 yellow, SS5654c; No. 3,
54fiH54c, No. 3 white, old, 6441a54c; new,
50c. No. 3 yellow, 65g5Cc; No, 4, old, 63
534c, rew. 60c; No, 4 white, old, 60Hif
&4o, new, 60c, No. 4 yellow, old, 54&65C,
new, oCfcilc Oats. No. 2. 3143l5ic, No,
2 white, 33::?i, No. 3 white, 315032
No. 4 white, 30W31VkC standard. KKrMHc.
Timothy seed; $S.llf.85. Clover scedf
HUTTBlt-Flnn; creameries, J$fM54c;
KGGS Steady: receipts. SJI5 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 20jWc; ordinary
first JSo; firsts. 260.
CHKICSB-Weak; daisies. 17UI754:
twins, 18itfl7cs young Americas. IRWI'O;
long horns. lftVil7c.
POTATOES Steady; receipts, 60 cars;
Michigan. tsffKSc; Minnesota, 4ltic: Wis
l'OL'LTltY-Steady; turkeys. 16c; ohlck
ens. lie; springs, lc.
VKAL Steady at 914c.
NHff YOIIIC (IKNKIt At. MAUKKT
Quotations of the Day on Various
NEW YORK, Nov. . FIHMl-Qutet.
lower; spring patents. $t.aC'Xi. win
ter straights, tl.WN.60, wlutr patents,
$4.7vriMB; spring clears. $t.S.Mf I.JO- winter
extras. No. 1, $4.1iVtf4.20: winter extras, No.
2. $I.CWtK10: Kansas stMlht, 1 1. 15t.f4.25.
WHEAT-fpot market steady; No. 3
red, $1.06. rlevutor, and $1.07, f. o. b.,
afloat; No. 1 northern D,uluth, 9754c, f
o. b., afloat. Futures market closed
Ho net higher; December, M 15-lfl97c.
closed nt 97o; Ma', $l.00i4fi.014o, closed
CORN Spot market steady; export
Mv f. o. b., afloat, December to March
OATS Spot market easy; No. 3, SS54c;
No. 4, 37ti3754cS natural white, 3654tS9o;
white clipped, JMNOo.
FEED Steady; western spring bran,
100-lh. sacks, $23.60; standard middling,
100-lb. sacks, $22.00.
HAY Quiet; prime, nominal; No. 1,
$t.KfTl 15; No. 2. $1.00(11.05; No. 3, 85c.
HIDE3-9trndy; Central America. JS4c;
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. 27f
2Sc; seconds, WJf27c, thirds, 23,1f24o; re
PROVISiONS-Pork. barely steady;
moss, $19.004119.76; family. $23.00(fr24.W
mess, $18.CO19.00; family, $12.00.3.00; beef
hams, $23.001.60. Cut meats, easy;
pickled bellies, 10 to 14 lbs.. $14.00fl 14.60;
pickled hams. $H.C0. Lord, steady; mid
dle west prime, $11. 10M 11.20; refined,
easy; continent, $11.S0; South America,
$12.75! compound, $S.0OSi8.25.
TALLOW Qulot; prime city, hlids.,
He: special, 754o; country, 6$)C?ii'.
M'TTKR Firm; receipts, 9.277 tubs,
creamery extrus, 325t4i3$ei creamery 1 ""'d
extras, 3tSf3i54o; process, extras, 2754tf
2Sc; factory, Juno make, firsts. 3454$r2ucj
current make, firsts, 2454c; packing stock,
June make, 2424'4o; current make, No.
CHEICISIJ-Easy; receipts. 1.432 boxes;
state, whole milk, held, colored specials,
175fcc: Pklms, 4i15o.
EGGS Irregiilur; receipts. 9,222 cases;
fresh gathered, extras, R5)9c; extra
firsts, S21i35c; refrigerator, special marks,
fancy, 23'Mf24c! firsts, 22df23c; nearby hen.
nery, whites, fancy, largo, now la.d, 634?
66c; western gathered, whites, 3340a.
POULTRY Dressed, steady; rresh killed
western chickens, 12(flSo; fowls, 14fld754c;
St. I, mils General Market.
ST. IX5U1S. Nov. 6. WHEAT Cash,
weak; track, No. 3 red, $1.01dfl,05; No. 2
hard, 8754V?Oc. , .
CORN Weak; track. No. 2, E7o; No. 2
white. COc. ,
OATS-Stcady: track, No. 2, Sl325ic;
No. 2 white. 3354c
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT Higher; December, 905Soi
OATS Firm; December, 31Ho; May.
RYE Unchanged, at 66c.
FLOUR Lower; rod winter patents,
$4.85576.05; extra fancy nnd straight, $4.20
4.70; tard winter clears, $3.60(33.85.
BRAN Weak; sacked cast tmck, 9I
HAY HlRhcr; timothy. $12.OOJ?19.00:
BAGGING 10 3-lCc.
TWINE Hemp. Sc.
PROVISIONB-Pork, unchanged; job
bing, $16.75. Lnrd, unchanged; prime
steam, $11.2254611.3254. Dry. salt nuvits
unchanged; boxed extra shorts, $11,6254;
clear rb8, $11.6254; Bhort clears, $12.00.
Bacon, unchanged; boxed extra Bhorts,
$12.6254; clear ribs, $12.6254; short clears,
POULTRY - Firmer: chickens. 105ic;
spflngs. 1254c; turkeys, IRo; ducks, 12o;
geese, lie . . -
BUTTEB Firm! creamery, 26(S31r.
KGGS-Hlgher. nt 26c,
Flour, bbls 24,000 26,000
Wheat, bu 299.O0O lCr,,lX)
Corn, bu C7.O0O 23,000
Oats, bu 158,000 160,000
Kansas City Grain anil Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo Nov. 6.-W1IEAT
Cash, unchanged to lc lower; No. 2
hard, 8354!K)c; No. 3, 825SSM54U; No. 2
red, 97ifl9!5ic; No, 3, 94IQ9654C
CORN Unchanged : No. 2 mixed, old,
6.Vjjr,6c; new. 6254fi63a; No. 3, old, 54065c;
new, 51c; No. 2 white, old, 66flfi7o; new,
63tfi64o; No. 3, old, 660; new, 52o.
OATS Unohanged to Mo higher: No. 2
white, 3SS335ic; No. 2 mixed, 32ff32iio.
Closing prices ot futures:
WHEAT December, S3ia83ic; May,
CORN December. 46jM7c; May. 475io;
OATS December. 3254c; May, Wil
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $13.60
11.00; choice prairie, $12.75013.23.
lUJfTER-Creamery, 30c: f lists, 2So;
seconds, 2Co; packing atock, 23c.
EGOS Extras, 27c: firsts, 2flc; seconds,
POULTRY Hens, 1054Uc: roosters, 9c;
springs, :i54?13c; youiiu turkeys, 17c
Wheat, 1m...: 2(8,000 262,000
Com, bit.. 10,0m 11,000
Oati?, bU 15,000 8,000
Available Supiillen of Grain.
NEW YORK, Nov. . Special cable and
telegraphic communication received by
Bradstreet'n show tho following changes
In available supply as compared with
previous account. Available supply:
Wheat. United States, east Rockies, In
creased 3,100,(Ky) bu. United States,' West
Rockies, decreased 43.000 bu. Canadian
Increased 3.932,000 bu. Total United
States and Canada, increased 6,983,000 bu
Aflout for and In Europe, decreased
8,400,000 bu. Total American and Euro-ix-an
supply Increased 3.689,000. Corn.
United States and Canada, decreased
375,009 bu, Oats, United States and
Canada, increased 3.900,000 bu,
Tho leading Increases and decreases re
port! this week follow: Increases
Manitoba, 2.106.000 bu.; Lincoln and
vicinity, 270.000 bu.; Rochester, 60,000 bu
Decreuses-Forth Worth, 85,000 bu.; Louis
ville, 81.000 b).
MlnnenpnltN Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. C.-WHBAT-December.
85c; May, 9l5ic. Cash: No.
1 hard, SlKc; No. 1 northern. 85863t
No. 9. northern, Mfi'ic; Vr. 3, 81ij82ic.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 646c
OATS No. 3 white, 29(f2954c.
RYE No. 2, 68WU54'-.
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $18.6019.00.
FLOUR First patents. $4.2fr34.65; sec
ond patents, $4.1024.33: first clears, $3,103'
3.40: secon clears, $2.S0C.60.
i Milwaukee Grain Market.
! MHAVAUKBE, Nov. 6. WHEAT No. 1
: northern, sS90c: No. 2 northern, SfcBfiSc;
No. 2 hard winter, 90(803c; December,
6651c : May. 9254c
1 CORN No. 3 yellow, 680; No. 8 white,
67c; No, 3, 67c; December, 6054c; May,
OATS Standard, 323CSc
Mvrrpool Grain Market,
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 6. WHBAT-Spot,
steady; No, 1 Manitoba, Se; No. I Mani
toba, 8s: futures, weak; December, 7s (d;
March. 7a 654d; May, 7s 454d.
CORN 8ot easy; new American, kiln
dried, 6 lid; futures, easy; December,
(3 4d; January, 6s 54d.
Duluth Grain Market.
DULUTH. Nov, 6. WHEAT On track,
No. 1 hard, S7Q7?c; No. 1 northern,
668Sc: No. 2 northern, 845ic; Montana
No. 2 hard, to arrive, 86c; Recember.
S5-c; May. 90c.
Toledo Heed Market.
TOLEDO, O,, Nov. 6. SKEDS-Clovcr,
cash, prime, $11.10; December, March,
$11,16. Alsike, prime, $13.16; December,
Marcl , $13.20. Timothy, prime, $1.80; De
cember, $W54; March, $1.9254.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Hardly Enough Cattle Here to Make
HOGS SELL TEN CENTS LOWER
Fat Sheep anil I.ninhs Steady lo Ten
Higher ami Fairly Aetlvo at
Hie AiHnnrr Feeder"
Steady to Strong.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. MM!
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs, hP
,Jf CIM Monday 4.S3T 2.911 1.SJ0
Official Tuesday .. .. 70S 3,400 14.10
KMImuto Wednesday.. l,Rt 8.UXW 22,000
Three days this week 7.WS .7ll ti.VH
Same days last week.. 27.377 18,638 114.540
Same days 3 wks ago.. 27,481 1S.094 125,1B
Same days 3 wks ago. ,33,601 16.4") 73,144
Same days 4 wks ago. M.069 11.B4 11S.HS4
Same days last ycenr. 26,639 13,067 M,554
Tins following table shows tho receipts
of cattle, hogs and shoep at Ssuth Omaha
for thu year to dute as compared with
last year: 1913. 1911. ic. Dec.
V' 1.0U.740 lfl0,31T
"k a.4sw,so r,o:J.7TO 47,uo
8hP 2.672,619 2,6Ca,m M,J
Tho following table shows the range of
prices tor hogs at south Omaha lor the
last few days with comparison:
Date. I 1912. 11911 (1910,1909.iaOS.l!07.U0.
Oct. M.I S OSH
131 J 30 7 M
Oct IS. T 7S94
S 131 7
1 7 701
8 0t j
7 F717 7J1
Oct 80.1 7 654 1$
Oct. 31.1 7 C5UI a 13
6 60) 6 60
Nov. I.. 7 TD4l OH 7 m
5 611 6 OS
Nov. 2.. 7 74 101 7 911 7 a.
NOV. 3.. A 10 8 09 7 68
Nov. 4.. 7 8151 6 II ROT 7 74l
NOV. B.. 7 S3 7 95 7 '701
Nov. 6.. I 6 1S j 7 70
Rwelpta and disposition of Uvo stock at
tho Union Stock Yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m. yes
t ord ay:
('sttln.ltnira Uli.w,,. ir
IS . c. r-. -.V i.-.w..-vt.,. . o.
. IX, OU 1- m
Missouri lnclflo 2
Union Pacific 5
C. A N. W., oast.... 2
O. N. W.. west ... 14
C, Ht, P., M. Ji O.,. 3
C, It. & Q oast.... 3
C., U, & q west.... 19
C, 1L 1. & P., east.. 1
C, R. I. P., west. S
Illinois Central 1
Chicago. Gt. West.. 1
1 .. 3
9 39 a
9 . IS 3
3 .. 1
4 2S 3
3 .. 1
44 SO Ij
Dial UalTlON HEAD.
, , Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha Packing Co 341 K21 1,49s
Swift and Company 334 918 iojj
Cudahy Packing Co 402 1,089 1,606
armour t v-o si:
Krev Packing Co
379 1,001 3,820
South Omaha Pack, Co. S
Armour, from Denver.. 84
W. B. Vnnsant & Co... 19
Hill & Son.....
F, P. Lewis Sit ,
J. B. Root & Co " 17 J,
j. h. Buna sr. ;r.!
Mccreary & .Kollogir.,. 7
H. F. Hamilton 7 .... ....
Rothschild & Kinba 1
Mo.-Hnn. Calf Co 2 .... ....
Other buyers 2t5 .... ,.,
TotalK ."020 WW 19,628
CATTLE Cattlo receipts were tho
smallest that they havo boen on a
Wednesday in a long tlmo only sixty
ono enrs being reported In. This makes
the total for tho three days this week
7,000 head only about one-fourth as many
na havo been received on tho correspond
ing aiya of recent weeks,
Thero were really not enough beef
steers In the yards to make a killing for
one packing house and hence not enough
to excite very much Intorcat among buy
er. Still thoy took what there were at
prices that wcro at least stoudy with
yeetorday. Thoro wore soma cornfeds In
the yards good enough to bring $S.75.
Tho Undo In cows and halfers could
hardly bo called a legitimate market. Re
ceipts wero very light and as some buy
ers evidently had Urgent orders for a
few head tho martcot was very uneven,
prices ranging any whom from no moro
than steady with yesterday to ioalbly a
quarter higher In some extreme cases.
There woro very few stock cftttla or
fenders In night, but what there were
sold In ubout thu sumo notches us yes
terday. Quotations on Native Cattle Good to
choice beef steers. $3.25itfl0.00; fair to good
beef steers, $7.26S,26', common to fair
beet steers, $6.00417.26; good to chplcn
heifers, $5.80ro,40; good to choice cows,
$5.40U6.25; fair to good grades, $4.40U5.0;,
common to fair grades, $3.0014.40 ood
to choice Mockers and feedom, J8,25f7.25!
fair to good stockcrs and toeders, $5.74
$16.25; common to fair stockers and feed
ers, $5.006i76; stock cuws and heifers,
Jt.25y5.6U; veal calves. $I.7W8.75; bulls,
stags, eta, $4.0066.60.
Quotations on Range Cattle Good to
choice beef steers, $0.50418.301 fair to good
beef steers, $6.00i6.60i common to fulr
beef steers, $5.i6yfl.00,
So. Ar. rr. No. At, Pr.
n liu to mi 1 to
z ioo !5 25 im 1 n
to it 1 10 jt, mot 1 :t
n uoi 7 w
4 (31 ) (0 8.. ISO 11
110 3 60 !l 831 4 Ti
3 m s to 11 i.....imt 4 it
Ill H 57 Ml t 10
t 1000 4 :s ...., 11M s (
it 143 4 It J 1110 t tO
1 m 1 40 4 1017 I (0
11 870 4 10 I X)0 U
2 700 4 r,0 20 7IS 1 0
20 114 4 15 3 140 t to
4 TIT 4 ki 110 i Tt
2 6S6 I 00 ICO 40
1 .1310 4 00 1 1140 :s
7 1176 4 30 1 1170 4
4., 10W 4 OS 1 IM I vo
1 UJ0 4 (0
8 227 I 10 1 2M 7 00
5 H0 t 78 S 171 I 78
4 I7 I M I IM in
3 IK I 21 t 172 II 00
1 270 I 25 1 160 I 00
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
12 410 6 60 10 1H I io
5 110 t 70 t 7M I 15
4 709 6 7
Av. Pr. No. Av. I'r.
12 heifers... 8U3 5 70 8 cows...,. 825 5 40
3 cows 1063 6 30
.1097 6 00 Si steers.. ..1120 75
.1033 6 75
Carey Bros. Wyo.
21 steers.. ..1320 6 60 81 steers. ,..1230 6 CO
24 steers.. ..1004 6 10
HOUS-Hogs sold 10c lower, the trade
opening fully thut much off and clbslng
about the snmo. Rocelpts at this point
were light nnd there were riot enough
hogs on sain to weaken prices, but ad
vices from other selling points were very
dlicouraglng, Indicating as they did heavy
receipts and sharply lower prices. While
the market here broke under the influ
ence of reports from other points, still It
was evident that buyers wanted the hogs
at tho decline and the trado was fairly
active. ' Practically everything In sight
had changed hands before 10 o'clock In
the morning, A considerable proportion
of all the hogs xold at $7-7007.7$. aa
against the bulk yesterday of $7.W37.S5.
As high as 37.82V& was paid for a car of
choice light hogs, that price being the
top for the day us against $7.90 yester
day. Receipts have been very light this week,
the total for-thn three day footing up
only 9,600 head, being a falling off of al
most one-half as compared with the cor
responding period ot last week, and of
almoit 3,000 head, as compared with the
corresponding days a year ago. Today's
decline wipes out all the advance made
this week, leaving the market no better
than tt was at the close of last week, in
fact, hardly so good.
No. Af. Bh. rr. No.
At. Sb. rr.
.272 10 7 U
,202 1M 7 60
262 110 7 78
40 7 71
, 119 ... 7 M
,.,,,.151 ... 7 10
, 221 110 7 15
2H . 7 68
, 117 160 J 66
... Ill , 7 70
, 116 10 7 70
, .226 200 7 70
, .160 120 7
221 10 7 71
221 20 T 78
101 200 7 76
40 7 T5
77,..,,.., 221 120 7 76
10.,. ,. ,111 10 7 75
61 262 . 7 T6
72, , 111 . 7 77H
83., . .212 1(0 7 M
it ..ill 40 T TO II 1 , 7 19
tl 10 7 70 U ..tot 40 T W
15 tdt 900 7 70 41 2K 10 7 M
It Ill W til II HO ... 7 M
10 ttl ... 7 78 11 Jit ... T MH
IT ...107 110 1 71U
U 0 ... t 60 It... 107 ... I 71
40 IM ... (15 181,
.1)2 ... 7 (0
I II ... t U Jit 116
... 7 00
41 Ill ... 7 10 21 Ill ... 7 00
IT 77 ... I IS 71.. ......HI ... 7 H
t M ..IM ll II ... 6 75
It 107 ... I H
8HKUP Receipts of sheep this morning
were surprisingly large, but still tin
total for the three day foots up only
about 65.CW) head which Is less than half
s many as arrived during the corre
sponding three days of last week and It
mailer than the run ot a yrur ago by
$4,000 head. Among the arrivals wss n
very liberal sprtngllng of killers, somo of
them being of pietty good Quality
The market on fat sheep and lambs
opxned In good season In the morning
with packers evidently wanting qullti a
number of klllors. The prices paid ranged
anywhere rrom steJy to 1O0 higher than
yesterday and the bulk ot the offerings
changed hands In very good season. The
bet Wyoming range lamba wild up ns
high nt $7.0, which was 5c higher than
anything brought yerstnrday, Oood
yearlings reached $5.26 with old wethers
up to $1.00. A bunch of Wyoming rangi
ewes sold tip to $4.80, with fed ewes at
Thero was a verv fair demand for
feeders and the, market on that clans of
stock wan steady and In some fairs pos
sibly strong. WhlU the feeder trado did
not open up quite so active or so early
as the market on killers, still It was rea
sonably aetlv and tho big bulk of the
offerings had changed hands In fair
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs
Lamb, good to choice, $7,OOir7,40; lambs,
fair to good, $6.6097.09: lambs, feeders
IlKffC.Sfi; yenrltngs, good to choice
light, $6.00ri6.t0; yearlings, heavy, $I.CM
5.O0; yearlings, feednrs, feeders, $l.60ff
6.16; wethers, good to choice, $I.OMr4.60j
wethers, fair to good. $S.60trj'4.oO: wethers,
feeders, $3.7Mf4.26; ewes, good to choice,
$l.lOtH.6; ewes, fair to good, ta.WU4.00;
ewes, feeders, $3,004(3.26; ewes, yurllngs
breeders, $4 MVlrG.CO; culls, sheep and
No. Av. Pr.
42 Nebraska ewes 104 4 35
41 Nebraska ewes K 4 25
19 Nebraska ewes 142 4 15
lis Nebraska ewes, culls 79 3 15
45 Wyoming ewes 80 4 00
181 Nebraska yearling 79 5 35
62 Wyoming yearlings 93 6 25
13 Nebraskn lambs 71 7 25
M Nebraska lambs , S3 7 10
22 Wyoming lambs 82 7 00
65 Wyoming lambs C9 7 00
300 Wyoming ewss 83 2 85
1S2 Wyoming ewes 80 00
68 Wyoming ewes, feeder 7 1
129 Wyoming ewes, feeders.. ..130 8 15
154 Wyoming ewes, feeders. ... 96 3 15
108 Wyoming owes, feeders.... 88 8 00
212 Wyo. ylgs., wethers, feed's 74 4 65
335 Wyoming lamba, feeder. ... 6 35
86S Wyoming lamhs, feeders.... 54 05
281 Wyoinln gewns ..... 97 4W
616 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... K 3 00
104 Nebraska ewes, feeders.. ..108 3 10
63 Nnbruska ewe ....131 3 76
2 Nebraska yeurllnns 5
890 Nebraska lambs T9 J JO
64 Nebraska lamba 55 JJ JS
102 Nebraska lambs 8$ 7 10
cmcAr.o 1,1 via stock market
Demand for IIokr (Itronn Cattle ami
1 Sheen' I,ovfer.
' CHICAGO, Nov. 6,-CATTLE-Recelpts.
22.000 head; market mostly lOtt'lSo hlghor;
hovrs, $5.205ri0.55s Texns steers, $4.4W6.63;
westorn steers, $5.5KBf,9.26l tockers and
feeders, $4.15VT.lfi: cows and heifers, $2.75
f7.40; calves, $6.761fl0.75,
HOUS-Heerlpts. 21,000 head! market for
best strong; othors 60 lowort light; $7,350
7.98; mixed, $7.6nr.to; heavy. $7.a64ra.l7H;
rough, $7.3r.H'7.66 pigs, $4.7&4j.0; bulk of
sales. $7.70SiT.95. ,
HHEKP AND IAMBB-Reeclpt. fc,000
hend! market steady to 15o lower; native,
13.4Cnr4.00; western, S3.60ijf4.46l yearlings,
$4.70tffl.K5; lambs, native, $5.(W?.10; west
KnusoM City l.tvn Stock Market.
KANBAS CITY, Nov'. a.-CATTIE Re
ceipts, 7,800 hoail, Inoludlng 100 hoad
southerns; market steady to , Jrong;
dressed boot and export steers, W.OWIO.W;
fair tn good, $6.16W.M; western rr,
$5.0038.16; stackers and feeders. $4,5f7,00;
southern steers, $l.2&fj'6.25; southern cows,
$3.2MfT..26; native oows, $3.40flJ.6o; native
heifers, $5.WaB.00; bulls, $4.00JJi.60; calvos,
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head; mnrket, 10a
lower; bulk of sale, $7,6W7.75; liwwy.
head; market, W16o higher; lambs, W.00
P7.6n; yearlings, M-fAJW-W: wothors, $4.60
OJu.w; Owes, 9ttWl1.w, niuvnoin iiuu iwu
SI. Louis litvn Hlock Market,
BT. LOUIS, Nov. 0.CATTLK Re
ceipts, 6,000 head, Including l,r00 Texnns;
market, steadyi native bocf steers, tf.&O'tf
10,W; cowh and heifers, $4.HU$.76i stock
era and feeders, $S.75ft(J.76; Tuxas and In
dian nteurn, I5.00iia.25; cuws and heifer,
tX2b06.W', calvos, In carload lots, $5.00
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head: market. lOo
lower; pigs and lights, $0.6OTj.00; mixed
anil butchers. $7.70ue.i0 good heavy, $7.5
BHKKP AND LAMIJS-Recelpls, 2,600
head; market, strong: native muttons,
$4.1ujjH.35; lambs, $5.607.60.
SI .Joseph Live Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, Mo., Nov. 6,-OATThE-Recclpti,
2,400 head; inarkeet slow:
steers, $6.76310.60; oows and heifers, $3.60
U8.60; calves, H.&OSJD.ff..
HOGH Receipts, 3,600 head; market Vtt
lOo lower; top, $7.85; bulk of sales, $7.5y
'hHEKP AND TjAM BS Receipts, 1,200
head; market on lambs slow; sheep 10
16c higher; lambs, $n.r4T.60.
Slock In MIkIiI.
Receipts of Uvo stock ut the five prin
cipal' western markots yesterday:
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 1.600 23.000 22.000
St. Joseph 2,400 :t,mo 1.200
Kansas City 7,800 o.ooo 0,000
St. IxUls ., 6.000 6,2(i0 6,fco
Chicago 22,IJO 21,000 3,6000
. . .39,700 69,700 70,005
London Stock Market,
LONDON, Nov 6. Dealers assembled at
the Stock exchange about 7:30 o'clock this
morning In anticipation of native dealings
(n American securities on the curb. The
effect of the election, however, in the
United States had been discounted, trad
lng YfttH quiet and there were few orders
from Nuw Vork. The buying Increased
moderately at noon when pricss ranged
from unchanged to a point above parity.
United Stutes Steel sold up from 7854 to
795i, Amalgamated from 854 to S754. Union
Paclflo from 17654 to 176H and Canadlun
Pacific from 269V4 to 27054. .....
In the afternoo ntha street took ad
vantage) of tho early advance and
reallred. This selling depressed tho
leaders over a point, but the market
hardened a fraction in the lute trading
and cosd steadier. ,
Iiondon closing stocks:
CoruoH, -or.. 71 1-IILouUtIIU a N tlltt
do account 74W.M., U. tt T 2th
Atnul. Cooper , ltN. V. Cnli.t Itlli
ABon4. I KV.tt.lk A W 1UJ4
Alchlton HI d tt U
o tti IMUOnUrio W 1114
Bilttmort, & Ohio, ,10 PenniilTuU 64
Cn4lit PMltK.-.'ltOK MIbh., ii
Cboup.k A O tmieUliul lib
Chlcijo (1. W lHi8outlini 11 JOS
Clil.. Mil. tt It. r..U6H do p(d , It
D noara MSiltiutbem Pwlno...,Iilti
DBTcr A Hlo 0., 22VtVloo I'clle.. ITSli
Co oti 41 U ptJ mi
ICrt 6HU. 8. tl ,.. 71
do lit pM 6H 4o P'4 116U
do Id pM Wth 4K
arand Trunk , 17 ti do pfd 16
llllnoli Cantrtl 112
SILVER Bar, steady at 28 U-I6J per ox.
MONEY-25i(f354 per cent.
The rote of dlxcount In the open market
for short bills is 4 H-lWlG per aent; for
three months' bills, 4 16-16 per cent.
Condition of Treunury
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-fhi condition
of the United States -easury at the bo
ginning of business touuy waai Working
balance, t94.0tJ.873; in banks and Philip
pine treasury, $30,699,644; total of general
fund, $149,710,260; receipts yesterday, $1,
679.969; disbursement, $942,417; deficit this
flBcal year, $l,34,m 00 against $30,239,497
last year. These figures for receipts,
deficit and disbursements exclude Panama
canal and public debt transactions.
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Persistent Advertising is the Road to
legitimate "Big Uusiner.?
NEW YORK JTOCK MARKETr
Irrcfnilar Undertone First Half of , j
BUTINO MOVEMENT FOLLOWS J.
llaslnesa In I.nxt Tiro Hour Lift
Total for Session Well Abore . ,
All Recent Record ot
NEW YORK. Nov. d-During the first
ot today's session on the stock exchango .
tho undertone of Irregularity and decision
suggested the thought that the specu-,
lntlvn element seemed unable to grasp. i-v
the significance of yesterday's election.
Prices opened with substantial galna
under London's lead and then tell back
to below Monday's close, after whlah thu' '
market was temporarily left to Its own, .7
In the afternoon, however, a concerted
buying movement In the speculative
favorites, chiefly Union Pacific, Canadian:
Pacific, Reading, United States Steel
and Amalgamated Copper, sent thcarj A
and other Issues up 3 to 6 points from t,'i
the low. There was some shading of 3 1
prices due to profit-taking and 6 per cent"'
money, but the advanco was reaumedr ,a
nnd prices attained a higher level In tho, ,)
final dealings, with pronounced strength,. rl
to the active close. Trading in the last 1
two hours lifted the day's total wolP,,'l
above all recent records. '
Call mbney was easier nt the outset,- ,,
opening at 6 per oent. but advanced tii
6 In tho final hour on belated borrowing.
Tho time money market was dull with
offering less free for longer dates, Com- )
mercial paper was In Increased demand. . .
The bond market was broad, aetlvo
and firm. Total sales, par valu, TT
amounted to $2,600,000. United Statoa
lMnds were unchanged on call. , -
Number of sales unti tending quotations'
i. aor- Tl
Amalamt.t Coppr ., 61,100 IIS
Aintrttan Atrltulturat .. 400 66
Amrrtcan iwet Sugar.... II.T00 12
Aintrlran Can 18,000 4IU.
AmerlMB Can ptd 1,200 1SJS
AmvrloaB C fi K ....... 1,100 0H
Amortcan Cotton Oil,. . 1,00 6T
Am. In OmmrHtM....... 200 tOH
Amarloan . Unmil
Amtrlran locoiuollto .,
American ft. A It,.,..,
Am. 8, A fu fta. ......
Am. auanr lUdnlni...
AmerKan T. A T......
Amirleaa Tobaera .....
Anaconda Mining Co...
Atlsntle Coat Ltk..t.,
Ilalllmoro A Ohio ,
Ilfthhtra 8tMl ......
DrooKtrn Hapli TT..,.
ChMapeaka A Ohio,...,
I, 200 44
II, 100 II
Chlroao 0. W
nikKin, M. A Bt. r,.
CMcarn A K, W
Colorado V. A I
Contoltdated Oaa ......
Dalawar A lludaon.,..
Ponvar A IUo tlrmnd..
IHnrf Ai It. O, pfd..
I)ltlll4ra' Racttiltlaa ..
200 16IH 1IIH
400 2IH U
Krln lat rt1 MOO
Krle td pM 100
Utneral KlPctrto fOO
nraat Krtlirn pfd...... 11,100
Oraal Northarn Or etta. 1.4A0
Illlnola Central 400
InUrborouih Mat. 4,200
Intar. Mat. pM 11,000
International llartrtter.. 1,000
lntarnatlnual Papr .. .. 1,000 llVi
Kinaas Cite Bouthirn.,. 1,600 2IH
IdClMla llaa 100 106H
Ihllh vallar ll.toa 1TIH
Uiulartlla A rtjuihrtll.. too 160
M., St. P. B. H. M... 1.900 Dili
Mleiourl, IC. A T 1,000 :Hi
MtiMurt Pacific fj.VOO 444
National Blacutt 400 UUM 1I9H
Mttlnnat Load ,, 600 US IJ
IN. It. IL sl M. Id Ptd.. , .....
UIS H '
Nw York Central 4.600 III
N. Y.. O. A. XT SCO lit'
Norfolk A Weetorn 9,100 lllU
Mirth American 700 66
tN'orttarn racltlo ....... 12, 000 12754
r., C. a A Si. L.,.
Prrawd iMecl Car ,
Pullman Palao Car,,,
Itrpubtto I. A R
Ilrrnbllo I. A B. pfd,,
llock Island Co
Hock laland Co. pfd.,,
Bt. U A 8. V. ii pfd,
Braboard Air Line
Braboard A. I pfd,,,,
filoi-8hefflat(l Bt A 1
B, lUllway pfd
Taxiu A Paclflo
.. 1,400 123K
WO 101 G 10T
.. 1,100 IIS 92K
.. 1,100 39 1711
.. 800 W 167
.:2C9,-O0 1TIH "OS
9,400 J1S IIS
Union Paclflo 61,300 1TS lT0f 174S
I'nioq j-acino pia,,,,..,, i,buu la 9Q II
uniirci sintra JiMitr.,.. ...... .....
tlnltod Statoa Itubbar.... 1,100 It
IfnltMl HI. tea Btool 3T,XM 7l5i
V, B, fltaal pfd.
Va. .Carolina (Thamlcal
tVabaalt pfd ,,
Wtatern Maryland ....
Whaallng A Ii. 13.,
Ti.tat aalai for tha day, 1,039,100 aliarea
Sew York atouey AInrket. c
NBW YOItlC Nov. 6. MONMY-On '
call easier, 4itj6 nor oentj ruling rate,
6 per cent; closing bid, 6 per cent: offered
at 654 per cent, lime loans, strong. lxty; v
and ninety days, 6 per cent; six months.-".'" .
6HW Pr cent. -
Closing tiuotatlons on bonds today wera: "
a follow: uui
tt, S. rat. ", rt....101 K. a Bo. rof. 6a,, . 93 4) .t
do coupon ,,.,.....101 U fl, dab. 4a 1631,,. 8JS
V B. I, r 1MST 4t N. unl, 4a,... 9711"
da coupon 1MSM. K. A T. lat 4a. Its r
V. 8. 4i, ra JJ9 4K MlJOf.'
do coupon 113 Mo. Pacific 4 7tlk,M,Jt
Panama 6. ooupoB.,101 do cony, 6a 14 ,- .
A.-C. Irt 6 ctf USf'N It It of M 4Sa W 0,
Amar. A. 6 1WHN. V. u t- 3a.... MS V
A. T. A T. T. 4a, .ill do dab, 4a IJSIux
Am. ToUcoa la...lJlSM Y. N. II. A It, on
Armour tt Oo. 4a. II or, 314a M '
Atchlaon lan. 4a.,.. Hht", A W. lit c. 4a,, KM' '
do or. 4a 1140 104 do er. U 118 JtltiW
do or, 6 109 No. Pacific 4a 981ifV
A. C, U lt 4t.,..ilS 'do- J .. 6tSr.
Hal. St Ohio 4a 7SO. S. h. rfdg, 4a... 11 '
do llSPano. er. IS 1111., 4C
Ilrook. Tr. cv. 4a,.. IIS do eon. 4a ,.J02 "III
Can. ot ('a. 6s..,...l0ISnBdlnK ran. 4a.... HSiljn
Can. Uathar Sa HB. U A B. r, fg 4 TT ,T,r
Cliaa. A Ohio 4a.. IMt do (an. I ISti
do eooY. 4Sa "S8t. U 8. W. e. 4a. 10 JOij
achlcaao A A, ilia. U 8. A. I- ad, 6a 71 inIkmI
da (as. 4a 19 Bo. Poo. col, 4i..,,,U .r
OMtircr 4S.1M 00 er. 4 ... 94
C. n. I. A P. C. 4a. IIS do lat ret, 4a MTi-t .
do rfg. 4a,.,. 9T Bo. Hallway la 101 T,
C. A 8. r A o 41ia,.94S do (an. 4a, 7l!?-;frf
U. A 11. c. 4a.... 97 Union Paclflo 4a.... 99 1". "r
I). A II. (1. ret, 6a,, 11 do cr. 4a 10IV
rjlatlllara 6a II o Ut A ref. 4a., MS"
Brio p. 1. a M V. 8. Itubber 6a. , 103
do gen. 4a 77 V. 8. 9ttl Id Si,,, 103
do CT. r. n., 77Va.-Car. Cham. 6a,. II
III. Can. lit ref. 4a 94 Wabaah lat Ax. 4a 47 "
Intar. Mat. 4Ha ItS'Waatarn ld. 4a... 144
Intar. M, H. 4St.. (lWeat. Elau. cr, 6a 9JSi , ,t
Japan 4Sa 91Wla. Can. 4a, .. , S2s W
tlnatnii HtoeU Market,
I108TON. Kov. 6.-Closlng quotations on
itocks were: ,
Altouai 43 Mohawk 64 - 7
Amal, Copper 14 faa4a Con 92 . ,
A. Z. U A 8...-,.. 31. Nlplaaini Mlnaa ... S '
Arliooa Com. .. I'ihVrth Butta I61
U. A (, V. tt 8. M. Xorth Ltka ..' 3
Cal, A' Arltona, . .i. "tllAOId Dominion It
Cal. A Hecla. ... ..10 naeaoU t...,10l
Cantannlal 19 Qulncy IIS
Cop. Ibtnca C C., 66 Shannon , , 1H it
Iaat Uutta C. M. .. 16K Buparior 4JS
rranklin US Buparior A B. M. . 174
Olroui Cm 4 Tamarack . ... 42
Oranby Oon. ...... 49 V. a. 8. R. A M... 44
Drama Caoanaa., 1 1611 do pfd ,.,60
lala Itoyale Copvar. 31 Ctati ton 12'''
Kerr Uka .......... 7 Utah Coppar Co 64 S
Lka Coppar .s 30 Winona 4
La Balla Coppar,... 4Wolyotiaa Th"
Miami roppjr U
rfew Vork Mlnlmr Stoeka,
NEW TOniC, Nov, 0.-Closlng quota
tions on mining stocks:
Com. Tuonal atwk,. 10 Maxtcan 240
ado bond! 18 . Ontario ,.904
Con. Cal. ft Va.,.. II Ophlr S3
Iron BlWcr ...... ...160 Standard 100
Ltadrllla Con I Yallow Jacket 33
Little Chlaf ., 4
NBW 70HK. Nov. 6.wSUDArt-Itaw,
QU'et: Muscovado, S3 tent, 3.66a: centrifu
gal, test, I.CGe; molasses sugar, S3 test,
S.SOo; refined, steady,
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107 S .
It95a " '
44K. . A
II ' V
1(6 , A.
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