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    THE BEE: 0MA1IA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1012.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Chicago Accumulates Wheat, Anti
cipating Agentine Deterioration.
CORN MART UNDER PRESSURE
Some Denier In Corn Mrtlere that a
Aatttrnl , Itrncttnn from Long;
Drawn Out Decline Wan
Due to ltcsalt.
. OMAHA. Nov. 19. 1811
.,T"" Present large holdings of wheat In
tile Chicago market was accumulated
months 8ro In the hopo that the Arscn
lino wheat crop would deteriorate and
enow a smaller aggregate at the winding
P of the season. The first reul bull
sieip from that country wna spread before
tfiu speculative world yesterday. It con
tested of rains and unsettled weather
conditions in the harvest sections of the
north, while rains wero reported as
needed in the southern and southwestern
fiectlona, with prospects of deterioration
in tho crop In case of failure of a thor.
ough wetting down within a week's time.
EThcro was nothing In the situation
abroad save the possible unsettled polit
ical sltuatldn to help wheat vnlucs and
when Liverpool was seen to advance
Bharply and tho claim was made that the
unfavorable conditions In Argentina was
tho Influenco, the entire world became a
buyer of wheat, with Chicago short and
Investors in the lead. Cash wheat un
changed. Great' pressure was seen In tho corn
market yesterday when the old-time bear
crowd filled up every one wanting this
Kraln, and In many Instances they allowed
the buyers to name the price It a round
lot was wanted. There were some In the
corn trade who . believed that a natural
reaction from the long drawn out decline
was due, but the majority of speculators
figured that with an Increased movement
of the new crop, and an Increased move
ment Is assured, lower prices are certain
to bo seen. The strong turn In wheat
helped corn a little, and overbalanced
the fact that tho weather in the West la
favorable for the harvesting and move
ment of the yellow cereal. Cash corn
unchanged.
Oats held their own in better shape
yesterday than any of the other grains.
December shorts wore heavy buyers and
thlH helped the more deferred monthb.
Cash oats wers" unchanged.
Clearances of corn wero 2,000 bushel,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal
'to 317,000 bushels.
Liverpool closed HQUd lower on wheat
and W&tt lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 2,606,000
bushels and shipments were 1,2SS,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of. T72,Ot
bushelH. niid shipments of S67.000 biisheK
Primary corn receipts wore 526,000 bush
els and shipments were 1(3,000 bushels,
Hgolnst receipts last year of 760.CKM bushi
els and shipments of 482,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were !f3,CO0 bush
els and shipments were 7tf7.000 bushels.
against receipts last year of 303.000 bimh.
elR and shipments of 3.W.000 bushels,
The following cash sates wero reported'
today: Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car,
SHic. , No. 3 hard winter: 11 cars, 80c.
No. I hard winter: 3 cars, 7Sc. No .grade
hard winter: 1-6 car, 74c, Nos 2 spring:
1 car, SOMc. No. 3 spring: 2 cars, 79;c; 2
cars, 79c: 1 car, 7Uc. No. 4 spring: 1
car, 77c; 1 car, 76c: 1 car, 76c. No. 3
mixed: 3 cars, SOc. No. 4 mixed: 6-C car,
76c. No. 3 durum mixed: 1 car, 77?e: 1
car, 77Hc. Corn No. 3 yellow: 1 car,
fi6c: 1 car (new, choice), EOc. No. 3 mixed:
H car, S2c; 1 car (new), 49c. No. 4 mlxert
1 cor, 63c No grade: car (new), 40c.
JlyeNo. 2: 11 cars, 60c Barley No. 1
feed: 1 car, 4Jc: s rejected, 2 cars, 44c.
Oats No. 3 white: 5 cars, SOc. No. A
white: 2. cars, 29ic; 2 cars, 2914c
Omnkrt Cash I'rlccs.
1 WHKAT No. 2 hard. KOffJHtUp; n 3
liard, 79V4iiS0V4c: No. 4 hard, 775p79ci No. 2
spring, Wi&MJWc: No. 3 spring, 79g79fte;
Ko. 4 spring, 74t77c.
COHN-No. 3 white, 62o; No. 3 yellow,
6c; No. 3, 52c.
OATS-No. 2 white. 30V4c; standard,
EOUc; . 3whlto, 30c; No. 4 white, ZH'?
BAULKY Malting, G4iC2c; No. I feed,
HftlOc.. , .
ItYE No. 2, 60c; No. 3, CSQjOc.
' .Carlof. HecelrWi.
i . .
Chicagd
Minneapolis
Duluth
Omaha, m"
Kansas City
Kt. Louis .......
Winnipeg .
pend on the course of corn. In the end
prices averaged about tho same as the
night before.
closed a. follows:
Artlclei Open. Hlgh. Low. Clte. Yes y.
Wheat
Dec
May. July.
Corn
Dec-
May.
July.
Oats
Dee .
May.
July.
Pork
Jan..
May.
Lard
Nov.
Dec.
Jan..
. May.
Ribs
Jan..
May.
"Hon
31 OS
32H
IS 7U
18 W
H S3
11 16
10 824
10 86
10
10 30ff
10 22
i 9JV-3
D2H
tSHCX
31H
04
324:
19 20
18 (74
11 40
U 174
10 90
10 35
10 S74
SIS m;
474 47S 47W
474 4740 414
4t4 434U4
31 314114 Sll'.l
324 324 Wi
J24 324 S2UOH
18 924 K XtCS
18 (5 II 374 IS 4
U 35 111 40 11 34
11 074- il 074-
11 10 11 10 11 124
10 774 10 774 10 824
10 26 10 25 10 3)
j 10 1741 10 174 10 20
I 9 874 9 S74 9 90
Cash Uotatlona wnr n fniintvn
I 'LOUH-hasyi winter patents, 14.30ft
4.S5; winter straights. t4.lO04.OO; spring
patents. J4.a(j6.20; spring straights, 13.80
5T.w); oaKers, 44.iVgs.vo.
ilYl-Xo. 2. 61fl2a
BAIILBY Keetl or mixing. UGoOc, fair
to choice matting. EVH70e.
SKEUS-Tlmotny, U.l&W-Tol clover, HS.00
. PllOVJSIONS-Mess pork. $17.00$ 17.23.
Lard (In tierces), 311.45. abort ribs (loose),
U0.S7HiM0.s7U.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to SJ7.O0O bu. Primary receipts
were 2,006,(00 bu.. compared with 772,000
uu., me corxt'sponaing aay a year. ago.
The world's Tt.Mble supply, ns shown by
llradstreet's. Included lt.6J5.000O bu. Kstl-
mated re-tlpts for tomorrow; Wheat, 63
cars; corn, sw cars; oats, zw cars hogs,
S3 head.
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2 red,
1.0031.Ot: No. 3 red. 95fiS8c: No. 2 hard.
I &aSc: No. 3 .hard. 8o66c; No, 1 north
ern, Df9i4c: iso. s nortnern. sisthsc;
No. 3 northern, 82i8834c: No. 2 spring,
84'flSJc; No. 3 spring, 8283Hc; No. 4
spring, 74S80c; velvet chaff, 915j4c;
durum, SJStftyc. Corn: No. 2. No.
2 white ESc: No. 2 yellow. 56V457ftc; No.
3, R24S63c; No. 3 now, 44c: No. 3 white,
old, 64544e. No. 3 white, new, 47474o;
No. 3 yellow, new, 4734?4c; No. 4, old,
50951c; No. 4 new, 44ft4t$c; No. 4 white,
new. 414&434C; No. 4 old, 524G654o No.
4 yellow, new, 45W6c. Oats: No. 2, 3tc;
No. 2 white, SiaaSc: No. 3 white, 3132c;
No. 4, 304c: No. 4 white. 3048-3i4c; stand
ard, 33334c
llye: No. 2, ClSntfo. Barley, 4S374o.
Bcodsi Timothy, J2.76y3.75; clover, sis.to
17.00.
BUTTEH Steady; creameries, 2934c;
dairies, SSQle.
EGGS Steady Receipts, 3,031 caseJi; at
mark, cases included, 2"ig25c; ordinary
firsts. 24c: firsts, 27c.
CHEE8F3 Steady; daisies. 1740174c;
twins, 1617c; young Americas,
17c; long horns, lBtiffliyc.
POTATOES Steady; receipts. 40 cars;
Michigan, 4XSJc; Minnesota, 47JffiOc; Wis
consin, 4652c
POULTRY Alive, weak; turke-s, 17c;
chickens, 10c; springs. 114c. ,.
VEAL Steady at 9T14c.
KKW YOUIC GKNKHAL MA11KET
Wheat, Corn. Oats.
.130
...677
...490
... 40
.... 96
... 7S
...S7S
36
CHICAGO CUA1N AND PROVIHIOXS
Ventures or (lie Trndliifr nnd Cloning;
I'rluen on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 19. Bellof that peace
wa near in tho Balkans carried wheat
down today to tho lowest figures on this
year's crop. Tho market closed weak,
394a to lfl4o under last night. Corn
finished Vic off to 4c up, oats 4o lower
to a like advance and provisions ranging
from Sd decline to a rise of 74c
It was '&n uncertain market in wheat
early, but all bull ncw.s failed and sup
port gave out. Too much wheat and
too little demand rendered a break In
evitable when buyers lost confidence that
the Turkish trouble would not be quickly
nettled.
Conflicting reports In regard to the
Argentina crop outlook disturbed wheat
epeculators In the first part of the ses
sion. Prices nt one stage made a quick
rally on account of statements that too
much rain had fallen In the province
of Buenos Ayrea. Heavy receipts north
west of here, however, and a big In
crease In tho World's avoilablo supply
left tho market open to the bears after
newH camo that nn armistice had been
arranged.
OutlaJo limits reached for May wheat
were ?24c ' and .904c With last sales 1&
i?4a net nower, at 90U6O0c.
Active trade and sharp fluctuations de
veloped li corn. The main cause wbb an
unsuccessful attempt to force one of the
larger shorts to cover. .Small dealers on
the bear side suffered sovcro punishment.
May swung between 474 and 47!ic, clos
ing nervous, a shade under last night at
474'47Hc Cash grades were unsettled.
No. 2 yellow was quoted at KMttSJ'Ac
Oats bulged with corn, but the effect
was lost, owing to realizing by liolders.
May sold from 324c to 324c. The close,
C24c, showed a net decline of 4c
Operations In provisions seemed to de-
HEAL ETATK
I'AUM &. RANCH LANDS FPU SALK.
Hiiua,
SO ACRES ALFALFA. H.SOO-HAMIL-ton
Co., Kan.; rich Arkansas river bottom
land about 1 mile from Kendall (main
line Santa Fe Ry.); good fence; no build
ings, J1.000 cash, balance at 6 per cent,
James L. Lombard, Owner. Kansas
City. Mo. .
NebrnaUa.
HOMESTEAD 160 acres rich farm land
for 1175, filing fees and all. Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not. sandhill. Lund
around Kimball, 115 to J25 an acre. Agents
wanted. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
W-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND. 125 TO 3S
PER ACRE.
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of
Cheyenne county. Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for U
years, Including 1910 and 1911, average
with the best lit the state. Alfalfa. alo
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
KUNDINGSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
SIDNEY. NEB.
bouth Dakota,
HOMESTEAD relinquishment on choice
quarter section In southern South Dakota,
a few miles from county seat town. Only
1300. See -us quick. Khuler & Cary, 1014
City National Bank Bldg,
UVK HTOCK MnltKKT OF WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and snrlnUnge. Your consign
ments receive prompt and carerul atten
tion. Live- niortc 'ninil:on ttrrrhnnt.
BYEItS BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg.
Snyder-Malone-Coffman Co., 150 Ex. Bldg
LAVERTY BROS.. 1S8 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS, it CO.. Exchange Bldg.
Clay, Robinson & Co.. 200 Exchange Bldg.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Slg Rt turns
Quotations nf the Dnr on Vnrlonn
Commodities.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.-FLOUR
quiet; spring patents, 4.45tW."6; winter
straights, 34.454.66; winter patents, Ji.65
6.10; spring clears, $4.164.45; winter ex
tras No. 1. J4.054.15; winter extras No.
2. J3.S5If4.06: Kansas straights, 34.10M.2O.
Rye flour steady; fair to good, J3.C5fl3.90;
ctiolce to fancy, ..95tf-l.o.. Buckwheat
flour, quiet; J2.0O92.05 per 100 lbs.
CO RNMEAL "Steady; fine white and
yellow, JLCO1.65; ocarse, J1.451.60; kiln
dried, J3.75.
RYE Steady; No. 2, 66CSc, c. I. f.,
Buffalo.
BARLEY Quiet: feeding. "68-ic c, I. f.,
Now York; malting, 674f70c, c. 1. f
Buffalo.
WHEAT Spot market weak; No, 2
red, J1.C6, elevator and J1.07, f. o. b., afloat;
No. 1 northern Duluth, 94c, f. o. b., afloat.
Futures market, closed, 14l4o not
lower, December, 934S94 i;-16c, closed at
984c; May. 97Q984C, closed at, 97c.
.CORN Spot -.market barely- Bteady; ex
port, 62c, f, o. 'b afloat, to arrlv6.
OATS Spot market easy; standard
white, 37c, nominal; No. 3, 36ic; No.
4, S54c
FEED Steady; western spring bran,
100-pound sucks, 122.60; standard middling.
100-pound sacks,' J22.60, city, lo-pounu
sacks, J23.25.
HAY Quiet; prime nominal, No. 1,
J1.101.124: No. 2, 9ncQJ1.00; Io. 3. 7o4jiiOc.
' HOPS Easy; slato. common to choice,
1912, 26333c; 1911, 1217c; Pacific coast,
1912, 172tc: 1911, 17(rl9c
HIDES Firm; Central America, 2S4c;
Bogota, 284294c
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 27
Cf2Sc; seconds, 23&27c; thirds, 2324o; re
jects, 18c.
PROVISIONS-Pork, steady; moss,
J18.7&&19.M; family, J23.00G 21-00; short
clears, J22.0024.00. Beet, strong; mess,
J19.00ft20.00; family, J23.0024.00; beef hams,
jn.vw, nominal. iaro, linn; inmate
west, prime, SU.60jjpu.60; refined,
continent. J11.9S; South America,
compound, J7.8748.124.
TALLOW Dull; prime city,
6Uc: special. 4c: country. 6fiGc.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 6.849 tubs;
creamery extras. 35c: hold extras. 32M&
33c: state dalrj finest, 33c; ptocess ex
tras, 274tT2Sc; factory June make, firsts,
244Q25c, current make, firsts, 244c.
UrtttiSE Hicady; receipts. 2.342 boxes;
etate whole milk, colored specials, 17c;
rrean, Dest, nw, saims,
tuilS- Steady; receipts, 7,uti cases:
fresh gathered extras, 3841o; refrigerator
special marks, fancy, 23424c; state, 24c;
nearby nennery wnites, tancy large, new
laid, CJUttOo; selected whites, good to
prime, 45i;53c; common to fair, 35G43c;
western gathered whites, 3342c,
iOULTitl Dressed. Irregular: fresh
killed western chickens, lKtfl9c; fowls,
1344U64c; turkeys, S3c.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Prices Rally Toward Close After
Temporary Depression.
BETTER NEWS FROM BALKANS
Steady l'rectnre Aa-atnst Some Stocka
Ortltnarttr Inactive neantU In
KeiT Consplcnona I.uaaea
for the Dnr.
NBW YORK, Nov. 19,-After a tem
porary depression prices of stocks rallied
today and at tho close nt changes among
the principal Issue were small. Tho
opening was heavy and quotations In tho
early trading gave way on comparaUvely
small offerings. Canadian Pacific, which
was weak In London before the opening
here, continued Its decline, falling 24.
News of brighter prospects for pearo
In the Balkans acted as a mild tonic
and In the tqldday trading the losses
among the representative stocks were re
covered. Toward the close quotations
eased off slightly.
Tho most conspicuous changes of the
day were among stocks ordinarily In
active, some of which wero subjected to
steady pressure,
American Brake Shoe preferred lost is
points; American Woolen, 64, Ilothlehem
Steel, 24. American Cotton Oil, which
recently has attracted some attention by
its rise, lost 2 points. Several of the
less active railroad shares, Including
Northwestern nnd Illinois Central, wore
weak. At the sumo time some of the In
dustrials were moving upwards, Vulcan
Dctlnnlng made an exceptional - gain
of 34.
In view of the better prospects for the
ending of the Balkan war a decline In
foreign exchange rates attracted somu
attention. Demand sterling fell to the
lowest point of tho year. A settlement
of tho war would cause a decided relaxa
tion In financial circles in Europe, en
courage tho return to regular channels
of n large amount of money which has
been held up for more than two months
and. It is thought, might place American
bankers In a position to bid successfully
agAln for a part of the weekly offerings
of South African gold In tho London mar
ket.
Bonds 'were dull. Total sales, par value,
JI.S40.000. United States bonds were un
changed on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
firm;
J12.70;
hhds.,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 19. WHEAT
December, 804c; May, 86ljb64c. Cash:
No. 1 hard. S3Hc: No. 1 northern. 81t4W
S2ic; No .2 northern, 7904c; No. 3, 7
018c.
CORN iso. 3 yellow; 4&U4tc. .
OAT8 No. S white. fiC94c.
RYE No. 2, 66fluiHc
BRAN-J18.OOtrl8.50.
FLOURFlrst patents, J4.154.4S; second
natents. J(.O0to4.25: first clears. 13.0033.30:
second clears, J2.aW2.C0.
KUAJt l.34tt&t,S4i.
BARLEY lOtjCOc
Omulia liny Market.
JU.00ttll.50'; No. 2. iio.0011.00; Nd. 3, J8.00
term- Vn 1 mMlnn.t 1 lf FJVr 1 1 flV Nn T
Jl6.0OQ10.50; No. 3. J8.0010.00; No. I low-
li.nri. !l O01Q.0U: No. IS (AT)') .!! Nn 3.
J6.0O38.00. Alfalfa. No. 1, third and
fourth putting,, Jlt.008'i4.u; tjo. 1, first
and second cutting, J13.50314.00; No. 2, any
cutting, J12.50igl3.00; No. 3, any cutting,
J10.00S12.O0. Straw, wheat, J6.00; rye, J7.00;
oats, J7.50.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 19. WHKAT-No.
1 northern. 979Sc: No. 2 northern. 85S
86c; No. 2 hard winter, S8tf9c; December,
S24c; May. 87Hc
white, 57tK8c: new. 62e; No. 3. 65igC6c; De
cember, 474c; May. 47'i(B47?4c
OATH Standard 3232We.
BARLEY Malting, 64072c.
" -
Liverpool (Jrnln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 19.-WHHAT-Ppot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, new, 7s 8d; No. 2
Manitoba, new. 7s 6d; No. S Manitoba, 7s
4d. Futures, steady; December, 7s VW.
March. 7s 44d; May, T S4d. '
CORN Spot, easy; new American kiln
dried, (Is Sd. Futuros, steady; December.
4s U4d; January. 4a UHd.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA. HI., Nov. 19.-CORN-Steady;
No. 4 white. 474c; No. S yellow, 4fc; No.
4 yellow, 414&3c: No. 3 mixed. 46c; No.
4 mixed, 4143424c; sample, 3843300
OATS inactive.
Daluth Grain Market. ,
DULUTH, Nov. 19. WHEAT No. 1
hard. 83c; No. 1 northern; S2c; No.
northern, 80c; December, Sic asked; May,
8&HS86C
.OAT8-2&HC
Haarnr Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19.-8CGAR-Raw.
steady; Muscovado, 9 test, 3.55c, cen
trifugal. 96 test, 4.05c, molasses sugar. t9
test, 3.30c, refined, steady,
AnmlKtmateiJ Copper ....
American Asricultunl ..,
Amrrlrtn Ueoi Suiir...
Amerlrtn Ctn
Amerlon rn p(d
Amirlwa C. F
American Cotton Oil....
Am. Ice securities
American I.lncd ,
American Looomotlte ...
Amerlcui B. & H
Am. B. ,6. It. pfd
Am, Bugar Iletlntnc
American T. A T
American Tobacc
Anaconda Mining .Co,...
Atchlon
Atchlion ptd ,
Atlantic Coaat Una
Ilaltltnore ft Ohio ,
llethlehera Steel
tlnxiklm Htpld Tr
("anadhin rclllo
Central Leather
Chenapeake a Ohio
Chicago o. W
Chlcaio, M. L ft. r....
Chicago & N. V.
Colorado F. A I
Consolidated au
Corn Product!
Delaware ft HuJton
Denver Itlo Grande....
Denver A It. a. pfd
Dlitlllera' Becurltle
Krle
i:rle lat ptd
Krle 2d ptd
General Klectrlo
Ureat Js'ortliern pfd
flreat Northern Ore ctfa.
Illinois Central
Interborough Met
Inter. Met. pfd
International Ilarreeter..
Inter-Murlne pfd
International 1-aper
International Pump ....
Kanias City Southern....
Laclede Has
Lehigh Valley
Louiivllle A KaehvlllR..
M.', St. P. i. 8. H. M...
Mltmurl, K, & T
Missouri Pad do
National niacult .'
National Lte.d
N. It. It. of M. M pfd..
New York Central
Kt V., O. W
Norfolk & Western
'North American
Northern Paclfla
Pacific Mall
I'cnnayUanla
People' l!a
P., C C. & St. L
Pittsburgh Coal
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Jteadlng
Republic I. & S
rtepubllo I. tc 8. pfd....
Itock Island Co
Rock Island Oo. pfd
St. L. & 8. I Sd pfd...
Seaboard Air Line
Seaboard A. L, p(d
Elose-Shef field 8. & I...,
Southern Pacific
Southern Hallway .......
So. Hallway pfd
Tennessee Copper
Texas & Pacific
Union Pacific
Union Pacific pfd
United states Itealtr
United Mates Ilubber..
United Statee Stee)....
U. 8.. Steel ptd
Utah Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical ,,
Wabath
Wabash pfd
Western Maryland
Western Union
Westlughouao Electric . .
Wheeling & U B
Total tales for the day,
1,004 J
low. Cloae.
1,000
S.OAO
1.0i0
304
4,400
"'wio
two
2,1X11)
8f)
100
J 00
' too
1,100
100 ,
809
too
IS, SCO
wo
t.ooo
l.TOO
400
1.J00
t,00
1.600
Mil
104
1,300
100
200
100
'i.'ioo
100
"ion
1,300
M
eoo
3,000
I,00
eoo
"siio
coo
" ioo
1. sno
200
400
'i'wo
100
300
"ioo
100
100
200
1,200
700
2, oo
200
200
200
39.400
2,(00
1,304
400
4IS
mu
6SH
41.
79W
lMi
1204
:s
4IS
10IH
10li
131,
10!i
4t
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iKK
UK
1H
1V4
UtU
mn
3H
1(3
16H,
Ui
40
's'iii
81 l
isi"'
issu
4
127U
20H
U
in
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rai
iosii
lit
HST4
143
4"i
132
iiin
35
115
S3
13K
St
133i
118
....I
M'ii'
1M
17114
2S(i
0H
2
K
404
123
t.n,
7H
44H
:
iw;
120(1
ltJH
'M'i
107H
1014
1S7U
104 V4
3H4
3U
3iH
27l
81
134
1KH,
137V.
St
1(3
154
sm
40
'ill,
614
iii"
131
(B4
137
20
((
121
"is"'
tiji
ioi ii
17(
14Ci
1H.
....-
43
13Vi
69
iii'vi
33
116V4
tl '
114
34 W.
123-
iMi
374
1(H
lWi
7Ta
to
33
balance. )$9,M7,MS, in banks and Philip
pine treasury, W1.999,; total of general
fund. I14s.141.919; receipt yesterday. 1SS0,
Wli disbursements, RUI.MI; deficit this
fiscal year, W.64C7SI. as aralnst moXKTS
last year. The flsurrs for receipts, dis
bursements and deficit exclude Panama
canal and publlo debt transactions.
llnston CloKlnv Stuck.
IlOSTON, Nov. 19,- ClosliiK nuotatlons
on stocks were as fnllowti
AllOuet ., U 4 Mohawk
Araal, Copper ...... MHNeTada On 33H
A. t. U A 8 31 Mptanlng Mines ... Hi
Arltocia Cora 4 North Btt 34
n. A C, C. A 8. M. l North Lak 3t
Cal. a Arliona 7l4 01d Domlnlea W
Cal. A Hecle tw Oeceola 1
Centenhlal . ...... ItVtQulntr M.
Cnp. tan re C a.. H Shannon
East llutt C, M. . KHsMperlor
Franklin i superior & 1). VI .
tllrovu Con (HTamarack
orsnby Ctn. . ..... mt s, 8, n, & M
urrene inanea IS 40 pfd
4U.
t
41
44
tl
lit,
MU
4
lale noyale Cvvper. S3 ttah lin.
Kerr Lake .,, . ... 2t'th Copper Co..
Lake Copper 3 Winona
La Salle Copper..,, H Wolverine
Miami Copper ..... US
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Nov. 1.-Tlie Austro-flervlan
situation was responsible for weakness on
the stock exchange during the greater
part of the session today. Paris, Merlin
and local traders offered stock moder
ately, but the market closed better on
the report that the Balkan states has as
sented tu Turkey's request to discuss
terms of wace. Rear covering aifd re
purchases caused a fair recovery In which
shipping shares were firm features.
Securities opened tpitct and moved Ir
regular within narrow limits until Now
York selllntr. depressed the list. Prices
rallied In the late trading in symputhy
with the firmness In other sections. Tho
closing was steady,
Money wan in fair demand and dis
count rates wore weak.
London closing stock quotations:
Consols, money ..75 3-llLoulsrltle A Neih lit
do account US, Mo., Kan. A Tei. 99
Amal. Copper 37 pw Yotk Central. 119
Anaconda . 1 ,, Norfolk A Western. Ill
Atchison ill do pfd II
do ptd lraUOntarle a Western !44
Ttaltlmore V Ohio.. 109 U Pennsylvania
Canadian Tactile ,.373snand Mines
Chesapeake A Ohio. IS 4 Jteadlng . ...
Chi. Oreat WMlern 19U Southern Ily
Chi,, Mil. t St. r. 11114 do pfd ....
Rlo'fj.
De lleers
Denver A
do pfd
Erie
de 1st pfd
do 2d ptd
Orand Trunk t
Illinois Central
eiH
H
4ti
122H
MVi
MH
19(4
1IH
47
9
lMt
120U
HJl,
2(9
4SU
107.
101 H
1371
10
394
mi
2(.
'
SI
m;
11c,
157'.
3Vi
ni4
its
w
214
40U
244
S(H
61
.42W
183
133
4H
127VI
1H
Us
131
IVi
13Vi
2H
37 i
1M
17(M
1I3U
III
-IS 4
3t;
1S2U
39
IKii
3(4
litis
U
134 U.
3(',i
123
.its'
10H-Knsjo City
23
3
4H
. 31
. 304
34
11c,
.I7IH
. ((
. 74H
1HH
(4
. It
204 Southern Paclflo
33 Union Pacific ..
. 4i de ptd
. 33UU. 8. steel
. (3 do ptd
. 4(4 Wabash
. !H do ptd
.113
.SII.VER-Har. steady at JS 15-16d per
ounce.
MONKr-SftOH per cent.
The rate of discount In the ntirn trntr-
kct for short bills Is 4T(i" per cent; for
threo months' bills, 4ifi4 13-16 per cent.
II 11 11k I'lenrlnira.
OMAHA. Nov. 19. Omaha hnnk clcnr
lns for today were 2,ss.i,03.3l, as com
pared to JJ.07X.401. 40 fur tho same day last
year, showing a gain of fM0,j0,S4.
Nt. I.ouU Oenernl Mnrkct.
ST. I3Uia Nov. 19.-WHUAT Cash,
uiuottled; track No. 3 red, Jl.OlUl.W; No.
2 hald, SoSSVic. ,
CORN-lllgher; track No. 2, 4!ci No. II
wlilti). UK. ,
OATB-iligher; truck No. S. 2it3ZV,s;
N:. 2 white, S3V4C
Closing prices of futures:
W1IHAT Lower; December, o.V;,c; May,
smjrsiuc.
CORN Weak; December, 44!c; May,
46c
OATS-Weok; December. 3ll,c; May,
82Wc.
RYK Lower, C2c.
KLOUK Dull: red winter patents. H.to
5.00: extra fancy and straights, 14.15V
4.G6; hard winter clears. t3.u0i&3.c5.
BKI0D Timothy, J10.00.
CORNMKAL-J3.10.
II RAN Weak; sacked, cast track, Sa
91c. n
HAY Steady; timothy, llS.OOfi 17.50; pral
rle, 12.00flllp.
HAUaiNtf-IO 3-16c.
I! BMP TWINB-J4C.
PROVISlONB-Pork, unchanged; Job
blng, M6.&0. fird, unchanged; prims
steam, J10.72'.iQ10.82tt. Dry nalt meuts,
unchanged; boxed, extra shorts, Ul.C2Vt;
clear ribs, U. 62H; short clears, 112.00. Ba
con, unchanged; boxed, extra shorts.
$12.62ft; clear ribs, $12.G2!&; short clears,
313.00.
1'oiTi.THV 1' inner) chickens. S'jo;
springs, 12o; turkeys, 16c; ducks, 13c;
geese, 10c
llUTTER-Hlgher.
. KUGH-quiet, 20c.
Flour, bbls
Wheat, bu ,
Corn, bu
Outs, bu
creamery, 2!ty34c.
Receipts. Shipments.
11,000 12,000
94,000 71.000
43,000 11,000
01,000 87OW
1,100
400
200
(00
too
too
200
too
204
15,900
300
it,'(oo'
44,200
600
3,100
20
20
1,100
- 300
100
300
S4V4
204
44
(0
1114
39H
81-4.
404
2IU
172 a
91V4
74T.
11 Hi
4!ft
i(U
6(H
78
0i
83
24
(84
to
111
H
81 '4
(04
HSi
171 '4
91S
'tivi
74
1114
t
4644
454
134
t()i
78
MVi
242,900 sharea.
37;
its
1704
28
84
3t.4
49V4
314
20H 1
4744 1
(8i
111 I
894 I
81U
40V4
J4
171T4
914
30
8744
71 Is
11144
V4
484
44
134
t(a
774
91
9
Nesr York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19.-MONBY-On
call, firm; 4H86 Pr cent; ruling rato,
6i per cent; closing bid, 4H per cent;
offered at 4H per cent. Time loans,
easier; sixty 'days, 6 per cent; ninety
days, 6 per cent; six months, SKtfuW
per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER (I per
cent. .
STERLING EXCIIANQli Heavy, with
actual business in bankers' bills at 14.8080
for sixty-day bills, and at 34.85 for de
mand. COMMERCIAL BJLLS-W.80H.
SIVER Bar, 620; Mexican dollars,
4syc
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
steady.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
as follows;
V. 8. ref. 2s, reg..lCt K. C. So. ref. U ... t;4
do coupon 191 L. 8. deb. 4 1131.. 2V4
U. S. 9s, reg 10314 L. L N unl. 4a 97V4
do coupon , IOIViM. K, 4 T. lat it. 93
U. 8, 41, reg 1134 'do gen. 4U 84
do coupon lilts 'Mo. Pacific (s 714
Panama 3a, coupon.. 10154 do ronr. t 87
A.-C. lat ctfs... M N It 11 ol M (U 89
Amer. Ag. 6s I0t4h. T. C. . 34a... 84
A. T. A T. c. 4s.. 1114 do deb. 4s SI
Am. Tobacco a U9H.N. Y. N. If, A II.
Armour & Co. 44a 91 do cr. 34s 90
n"r". & w. lat c. 4s.. 974
1064 do c. (a ut
1074 No. Pacific 4s 984
WV4 do 3s (44
tlH'O. 8. L. rfdg. 4s,. SIS
91 Penn. cr. 34a 1913.. 9(44
904 do eon. (a lOSti
108 Reading gen. 4s MU
944 fl. L. A. S. P. fg 4a 7(4
44 do gen, Is 834
92!iSt. U S. W. c. (a.. 844
Grnln and 1'rorlslons.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 19. WHEAT
Cosh, Hfflo higher; No. 2 hard, 8tH7c;
No. 3. HUV3c; No. 2 red, 97QW4c; No. 3,
t03j97r.
CORN Unchanged to lo higher; No. 2
mixed, 44c; No. 3, 42Q42Hc; No, 2 white,
46c; No. 3, 44c.
.OAT8-8teady: No. 2 white, 32Utt3i4o;
No. 2 mixed, .11',32c.
Closing nrlcoH of futures:
YHEAT-Dceember, 77Tio; May, BtMP
S4V4c; July, 81481Hc.
CORN-Dccember, 42HeMay, ItlttHtSo;
July. 45Vi4M4c.
OATS-Decembor, 31T4c; Muy, .130330.
RVE-66C
HAY-rWeak; choice timothy, 1.13.60
14 W: choice jirnlrlo, jl2.B0itU.U).
UUTTER-Creamery, 32Ho; firsts. 304c;
seconds, 28Hc; packing, WMJ'&Kc.
EGOS Extras, 23Ho; firsts, 2V4i29o;
zecondH, 20c.
POULTRY Hans, IXfflOVic; roosters. Do;
springs, 11 HO 13a; young turkeys, 15M
Receipts
Wheat, bu ...118,000
Corn, bu W.C00
Oats, bu , 13,000
Shipments.
103,000
19.IKX)
i.,ooo
Atchison gen. 4s
do cr. (a 1940...
do CT. ts
A. U L. 1st (
Eal. A Ohio 4s. .
da 34s
Ilrook. Tr. cr. 4s.
Can, of OS. 6s,.
Cen. Leather (a..
Ches. & Ohio 44
do conr. 44s ..
Chicago & A. 94a (f S. A. L. adj. ts..
C. B. t Q. J. 4s... 934 So. Pac. eol. 4a.
do gen. (s 944 do er. 4a
(' M A 8 P cy 4H.10S 4o 1st ref. 4s.
C. n. I. A P. c. ( 674 Bo. Railway (a. .
do rfg. 4a 974 do gen, (a
a A S. r A e 44i. 9IH Union I'eclflo 4s,
D. A 11. cr. 4i... . 97V4 An cr, 4s
D. A II. a. ref,
Distillers' Is ,.
Erie p. I. 4s. ..
do gen. 4s, . ..
- do cr. 4s, ser.
Ill, Cen. 1st ref.
Inter. Met. 44a
734
, tl
43Vi
934
1044
714
994
1024
934
44
'Inter. M, M
Japan 44s .
Bid. Offered.
ts.. 814 Mo 1st tt ref. 4s
... 73 V 8, Rubber (S....10JH
.... t4 U, B Steel 2d Ss. .102
74H Vs.-Tsr. Chem. ta. 92't
II 774 Wabash 1st A ex, 4a (84
4a 46 4V,'estern Md. 4s.... tiU
tl West. Klec. sr. te, . 24
((4 Wis,
90
Central 4s.
3
Jierr York Mining Stocks.
NEW YORK. Nov, 19.-Cloilns quota
Hons on mining stocks were:
Com. Tunnel stock,. 9 Meilcan IIS
do 4Mnda 12 Ontario 200
Can. Cal. A Vs...,. 30 Opblr to
Iron 8llrer U0 'standard 160
Leadrllls Cen 8 Yellow Jacket 40
Little Chief , 4
Offered.
Treasury Htalenieiil,
WASHINGTON, Nov 19.-The condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was. Working
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19,-COFFBEi-Ku-ture
opened steady at a decline of 2
points on December. The close was steady.
2 to 6 paints not lower. Sales. 47,fW hags;
Novcmnor, l&ezc; December, u.oc; Janu
ary and February. 13.06c: March. 13.gflc:
April, 13.92o; May, 14.00c; June, 14.(Mci
July, 14.0So; August, 14.07c; September and
October, 14. iw. pot, nuiet; jiio la, I4c;
Santos 4s, lOVtc. Mild, quiet; Cordova,
16V4tflc.
1
CHICAGO I.IVH HTOCK MARKET
Demand for All Kinds of fltoek la
Weak.
CHICAGO. Nov.-19. CATTLE Receipts.
7,600 head; market steady to 10c lower;
beeves, js.JtKO lo.ta; Texas taeers, it.Mt6.i;
western steers, XWij'JM; Blockers and
feeders, tl.10fl7.Z5; cows und heifers, J2.75
07.40; calves, 36.00(10.26.
HOG43-IlcelpU, 24,000 head; market
weuk; light, $7.337.83; mixed, 37.4OIf7.90;
heavy, 37.857.90; rough, $7.35iS7.t6; plg,
I5.OCWi7.2G: bulk of sales, t7.70ft7.fa.
SIIUEP AND LAMU8 Receipts, 35,000
head; market for sheep weak, lamba
steady: native, t3.Mtfj4.rjO; weeteni, 3.1btP
.tiu; yeanings, ei.ivav.w; lamos, natives
tS.6Utf7.to; western, IS.C.VS7.0&.
Nt. I.ouU Live Stuck Markt.
ST. IXJUIS, Nov. IS. CATTL1C Re
ceipts. 1L0U0 head. Including 1.W0 Texatis:
market steady; native shipping and ex
porting steers, H.OtWll 00; dressed and
butcher steers. J5.3Mi.75: stoekers and
feeders, J3.76U7.00; cows and heifers, tl.U
to 'J. 10: canners. xz.tom.uu: buns. 4.ooiifl.w:
calves. Jil. corf 11. 00: Texas and Indian
steers, 34.607.40; cows and heifers, 13. li
5.00.
IIDOS-Recelnts. 8.000 head: market te
hlglver: pigs and lights, WWl.t&: mlxedl
and uuicner, T.aa7.o; good neavy, 7.w
j7.90.
HHKKP AND LAMRB Receipts. 4.300
head; market steady, muttons, i4.26M.B3j
lambs, 36.60U7.t2; culls and bucks, ItOOtf
i.ai; stocaers, yt.iay4 w.
tit. Joseph Live 8 took Market.
8T. JOSEPH. Ma. Nov. 19. CATTLB
Receipts, 3.vi neaa; market, steady; na
tive steers, I6.7SQ10M; cows and heifers.
i3.Wfis.io; oaives. i.vsj-j.ii.
slow, steady; top, 17.80; bulk of sales, 17.70
frl.bo.
SHEEP AND LAM R8 Reaelpts, 2.000
peaa; maraet, sirong; lamos, n.zayiM.
.Stock In HlKhf,
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western marauia yesterday;
Cattle. Hogs. Bheen.
South Omaha ... ..... 8.700 13,600 13,600
Et. Joseph.,.., 2.200 10.600 2.000
Kansas City, 16.C40 21.000 s.OOO
St. Louis , ... 11,000 9,000 4,300
Chicago , 7,600 24,000 35,000
Totals 43,400 7S,000 tt,8Xl
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Desirable Cattle Steady, with Other
Grades Some Easier.
H0QS ARE FIVE TO TEN LOWER
Lamba In Aelhe 1 rerun ml sit Price
Ten 4o Kiftrrti llltihrr, While
Knt Sher, Continue ntejtily
Receipts I.lhrrnl.
SOUTH OKtAltA Vnv I. 1312.
Receipts were. Cattle. Hogs. HheeP,
Official MoikIhv
ntittmate Tuesday
.13,016
,7W
11. wo
sr..?;.'!
13.otX)
3S. tM
H.1M
.31l
11.1M
10.MW
16,316
40,173
62.111
13.423
ti.!t'0
34,760
Two days this wrek..1,7l&
Same dajs last week,.12,t4.
Same 3 weeks sgo. .. 6,612
Same 3 weeks ago. , 22,197
Same 4 weeks ao. .l,40s
Same days last year 11.K74
The following tabit shores the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at fcnuth Omaha
tor tho year to date as compared with
last year: 19U. 1911. nc. Dec.
Cattle SW.1.V-. 1.069.M9 ..... . 163,3I
Hogs t,67,S7t 2,0,OCH 4M0,587
Sheet 3,711,616 2.77,M3 . ..... 67,028
The following table shows ths rang of
prices for hogs at Bouth Omaha for the
tan tew aayn witn comparisons!
Date,
Nov. ..
Nov. 10.
Nov. 11.
Nov. 12.
Nov. IS.
Nov. 14.
Nov. 16.
Nov. 16.
Nov. 17.
Nov. IS.
Nov. 19.
I 1911, 1H1.1910.U09.190S.1907.19C.
T67H 12T80T 79 6 63 4MeM
21 7 94 7 7J 6 M 07
7 6H 7 T S4 7 76 5 SI 4 96
757 7M7 84 6 7u4MO0
T 80 37 7 SS 6 74 4 70 6 M
7 MU K 7 74 IIS 4U IM
7 90i 26 7 6 7 97 4 94 9 i
7 P2S i SI 7 86 7 M S 69 4 9ft 10
KM 7 44 7 9.1 S 64 8 0
7 7SH 6 30 7 33 7 90 6 69 4 S3
790l794 6 70 IS4tU
Sunday
Receipts and disposition of live Block
at tho Union stock yards, Bouth Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m..
Saturday:
UlCCIil PTS-CA1U.OADB.
cattle Hogs. HhecpH lues.
C. M. & St. 1
Wabash
Missouri Pacific...
Union Paolflo ....
U. N. V oust, .
C. A N. W.. west..
C. St. P.. M. k O..
C, II, & Q east.. 15
C, II. & Q., west. .119
C. R. 1, A P.. east 11
C R. I. & P., west 5
Illinois Central. ..... ..
Total receipts. ..251
UISPOSIT10N-H13AD.
4 2..
2 .. I
37 i I
17 f I
84 6 2
7 ,. ..
17 1
Ml 32 1
3 3
1
0
m 65 "b
Morris & Co 712
Swift and Company.... S71
uunany rncKing co....l,94
Armour & Co 7M
Morrell 47
H. O. Packing Co
Htate University
V. II. Vansant Co 291
Denton Vansant & U 669
Hill & Bon 301
P. II. Lewis 523
Huston & Co Itn
J. R. Root & Co 112
J. 11. nulla 244
L. 1 Huss 1
Rosenstock Dros ' 25
MoCreary & Kellogg.. 160
Werthclmer A. Ocgen.. 74
H. F, Hamilton 101
Su Ivan Urns 14
Rothschild & Krebs 17
Mo, & Kan. Calf Co.. 67
Cllne & Christie 114
Cattle. Hogs, Sheen.
2,00(1
3.KC
3,233
3,760
"iw
n
2,677
814
2.221
1,439
Other
..1,800
11,573
buyers
Totals 8,367 12,997 18,677
CATTLE Cattle receipts were oulte llb-
Sral today, making tho total for tho two
ays this week 13,700, head, tho largest
prevailing In the trade everywhere. This
weeks ago and larger thuti a year ago by
5,000 hoad. Other markeU were also very
well supplied, some of them In fact hav
ing largo receipts. At the same time
there kas a general foaling of weakness
prevailing In the train ove:y wnere, This
market did not differ from others In that
respect, so that tho market here on an
klr.ds of cattle opened slow, with tho
feellhk wenk, and with buyers holding
back apparently awaiting later advices
from othnr points before doing very
much business. Thus It was late In tho
morning beforo buyers and sellers really
got together on a trading basis.
Uuotut ons on Native Cattle oood to
choice beef steers, lS.2Sti9.7o; fait' to good
beet steers, f7.254l4l.2S: common to fair
beef steers, f6.OO07.26; good to choice half.
ers. i6.76Q7.au: good to cnoice cows, u.oo
96,60; fair to good gradns, 34.60476.60; com
mon to lair grao.es. n.mui.ou; gooo in
choice stoekers ana feeders, S6.26U7.60;
fair to good' fctbekeru and feeders, ,"ny
6.25; common to fair stookers and feed
ers, 15.0041i.75; stock cows and hslferc,
34 60(016.00; veal calves, t5.0CKU9.0O: bulls,
stags, etc., 4.(XS.00.
Quotations on Rango Cattle Qood to
choice beet steers, tS.764tS.16; fair to good
beer steers, .sgv.i(;
to fair
common
beof steers, Ss.6CU16.26.
Representative naos:
11KEP 8TB3I5R8.
No, X, Tr. No. At. Pr.
IS 317 4 (0 99 11(1 7 (0
II 1008 ( 10
19 913 I 8
S( lltl 7 (9
30 1131 7 Tl
I
It
I
I
(
10
II
10
I
9
It
... HI
... lit
...1040
...1440
... 904
...1011
... 838
...1003
... 311
...1111
... IM
19...!
33....
II....
11..,.
13...
cows.
It....
4....
9....
4...
4...,
8...,
83,..,
II....
3....
!...,
4.
1M0
1818
13(8
...1311
7...
(...
(...
19...
3...
1...
1...
1..
1..
1....
1....
19....
3....
1....
1...
80S
M0
. (31
(73
I II
4 00
4 15
4 33
4(1
4 71
4 90
I 00
6 00
t 00
I 10
HEIFERS.
4 19
1 S3 4
I 40 I
I 40
BULIA
880
1100
1011
10(3
11(0
890
103
810
1110
918
..1133
.. (13
.. 718
.. 80S
I 00
10
33
I 10
I 10
I it
I 83
I (0
14
t (0
I II
I Tl
I 00
I II
I 18
I 10
I Tl
I 83
513
11T0
1310
1010
1160
90
1110
3 JO
111
, 310
90
.. T3S
. .1120
..KIO
.. 193
.. 730
..1170
I..
4 10
4 (0
4 CI
4 M
4 TO
4 8$
8 00
CALVES.
I 14 1
ISO 3
7 10 1
1 M
6TOCKEHH AND FEEDERS.
Ill S 10 37 340 ( II
. 34(
330
1(0
I 00
C 10
I 10
I 33
( 00
I 0)
I 10
I 80
1 00
Ml 9. 0 18. . . . m I u
I (M I 78 19 810 ( 38
lit I M It 99 4 M
Ill I On ( Ill ( (0
; ( 00 1 174 1 (9
194 I 00 10 TM ( 10
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AVK8TERNB NEBRASKA.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
48 feeders.. 716 6 40 Sf) feeders. . PS5 6 20
So feeders.. Bl sw k feeders.. 648 6 60
9 steers. ...IOM 6 01 13 feeders.. 676 6 3S
7 COWS. ...J046 4 60 Kl feeders. 13 7 40
3 heifers... 640 6 00 4 rows.. ..937 6 00
13 steers... 992 6 fid 10 cows. ...S5 4 75
14 steers.... 9S7 6 20 19 steers. ...12.TS 6 45
32 feeders, .1178 6 75 80 feeders.. KM 6 STr
4 heifers... 7t0 5 60 20 heifers... 671 S 30
15 feeders.. 853 7 TO 9 cows SI8 6 35
8 cows.. .. 9fC 5 10 9 feeders.. SM 6 60
10 cows 837 4 60 7 cows 6 76
11 steers.... 90S 6 66 7 rows 91S 4 40,
16 cows 8 4 60 6 calves... ft)S 7 00
66 steers.... 64J COO 4 steers.... 497 6 26
19 steers.... SK 6 90 4 steers.. .917 6 30
Urasa A Rlrr Neb.
107 steers. .1176 6 70 3 heifers. .1004 CSS
6 cows 1070 6 00
Robert Anderson Neb.
10 feeders. 6 26 IS heifers... 700 6 30
Theo Johnson Neb.
10 cows.... 940 4 90 9 ciws KM 4 00
George McOlnley Neb.
cows 865 4 60 U steers. ...1330 7 40
60 feeders.. 1125 7 15 17 feeders. .1J72 6 85
5 cows 1063 6 90 20 rows 997 6 60
WYOMING.
8 cows 9S6 6 90 steers. ... 924 6 85
43 Bteom.... 87 6 85 131 yearl'gs 61S 6 65
IS steers.,.. 991 6 25 X steers,. ..1015 7 00
90 steers... 1019 6 75 102 fooders. W3 7 00
11 steers..,. 900 6 (if SS steers,. ,,1270 7 40
66 steer JW3 6 TS 49 cows 969 6 70
23 cows..... 936 4 90 39 steers. ...1067 6 75
66 sters....ll60 7 0 13 cows 973 5 75
14 steers.... 9H9 6 60 10 cows . . .. JOG 4 60
40 steers. . .1162 6 60 12 calves. .. 361 6 00
9 calves... 236 6 75 71 steers. ...1061 6 60
18 cows 90S 6 73 14 steers. .. 90S 6 20
15 cows.. .. 90S 4 60 11 cows,. ..966 5 75
49 feeders,. 876 7 10 8 bulls 13S0 3 85
S cows 1106 6 00 3 heifers,.. 90! fl 00
14 feeders.. N 6 50 63 feeders.. 8S5 7 ft!
24 rows 1010 5 85 TO rows... .,1026 6 00
18 cows 975 6 T5 46 rs A hfs, 882 6 25
S3 cows 991 6 10 26 cows 9S3 6 14
8 cows P56 6 00 2& steers.,,, S90 7 60
A. N. llotchkles Wyo.
25 steers. ...1182 7 10 15 steers. ...1191 6 90
713 heifers.. .1048 6 25
J. K. Hock-Wyo.
67 steers.. ..1107 6 73 9 cows IOJ7 6
S. Skoogaid Wyo.
50 steers,.... 8S3 6 65 30 steers..,. 735 6 55
S steers.... 815 6 76 37 cow SSI 6 60
D. J. ICendrlck Wyo,
U steers,, ..1138 7 00
John Hmlth-Wyo.
7 steers..., 992 C 75
F. T. Kelley Wyo.
23 steers. ...10R0 7 00 II steers.. ..1077 6 76
16 cows 9S9 6 NO
John Welnti-Wyo.
63 feeders.. 830 6 83 18 cows 1003 6 00
7 cows 894 5 00
C. Gardner Wyo.
41 feeders.. 730 6 86 6 cows.. . ., 931 6 00
23 cows 978 6 00
Sam Qnpln Wyo.
J5 feeders 876 6 SJ 7 rows 1052 6 00
T. J. Rlltledge-Wyo.
.1 cows 926 .1 !W S3 steers., ..1243 6 83
3 bulls 1076 4 70
T. P, Nelson-Wyo.
8 cows 968 G 60 10 feeders., 913 7 00
S cows 943 4 75
( B. Kolly-Wyo.
15 feeders.. 703 6 60 JO cows.. ...1027 6 60
S cows 1010 4 75 ,
coiUaho,
18S steers,.. 664 5 85 12 steers.... 663 S 00
83 feeder!.. 1014 6 35 6 feeders.. Mil 4 60
10 feeders. .1012 6 ,V 65 feeders,. Sf3 6 45
80 feeders., 351 6 36 22 feeders.. 776 6 10
C feeders. .1040 E CO
SOUTH DAKOTA.
7 steers.. ..1110 6 60 16 feeders. .1062 6 60
16 cows,,.. 980 6 60 21 feeders.. 867 0 20
13 reedera.,1026 6 65 C steer 1126 6 60
4 steers,... 875 6 60
Fred WestgateS. D.
17 cows'.. ...11(0 6 CO 24 steers.. ..1006 6 00
HOGS As hogs wero still selling on the
local market yesterday at prices on a
pnr with Chicago values, the packer buy.
ors hero tried hard to knock off a dime
decline this morning. Ths Jobbers opened
tho market by buying nulto a few hogs
nywhero from stvady to a nickel lowei
than yesterday's best time, the most of
their purchase showing fully a nickel re
duction. It was quite plain that tho pack
ing Interests wanted to fill tholr orders
at a dime decline as their men wero very
slow In coming out and most of tholr
first bids wore around S7.6W7.70 for good
decent hogs. As this hog trade has dis
played so much uncertainty of late the
sellers did not feel like making so large
a concession and consequently looked for
better values. In the end the sellers
gained their point, at loast to some ex
tent, as the mojorloy of the offerings
moved at a range of 87.7007.75. with quite
a sprinkle of hogs at 87.65, arid several
loads of best kinds at SS.B0, tho high mark
for the day, and u nickel lower than tho
top yesterday. On the whole, buslnoss wits
slow and somewhat draggy at times, yet
a clearance of a liberal supply was made
In fair season. As noted above receipts
wore vory liberal, tho supply amounting
to about 193 cars or 13.600 head, as com
pared with H,000 head last Tuesday, S.400
head two weeks ago and 9,037 head on the
corresponding day last year. Not since
July 2 has such a largo supply been re
cctved on the local market.
Representative sales:
No. As. 80. Ir No. Ay. 8b. Tr.
103 131 ... 7 80 II Ill ... 7 70
47.!.!. ..Ill ... 7 M Il I" 7 T1H
VI lit 10 7 (0 IS 103 ... 7 71
U ill ... 7 ! (1 Ill 3W 7 T
93 1T3 80 T tm II 117 10 7 Tl
191 ... 7 44 19 10( 80 7 78
33 339 8 0 7 43 9 9 171 7 78
81 308 330 7 (6 48 310 80 7 75
3S8 ... 7 5 4 3J7 140' T Tl
3 113 30 T 43 M I7( 380 7 76
94 Ill (0 7 73 3 ... J 75
(0 318 90 T (3 16 313 ... 7 78
19 211 90 7 M 79 317 130 7 Tl
48 37 7 40 7 43 T4 309 40 T JS
(4 110 ... 7 S3 . l I '
14 . ....185 ... 7 (8 44 Ill 110 7 Tl
22( to 7 45 73 l 140 7 73
!r::.::..3it Jo 5 i m m 7
M Mt 140 7 tt 00 80J ... 7 71
(0 nt (0 7 70 3 381 ... 7 75
10 Ill 10 7 TO M ITJ JO 7 71
11 nt SO 7 70 T3 IU 80 7 Tl
i ts4 0 7 TO IT 340 3(0 7 77(4
S " 7 TO J" W 7 77H
89 IM 40 7 TO M 8S3 80 7 7TU
TO 1(5 130 T TO 15 4 ' "!
8 350 140 7 70 II 197 100 7 80
( 103 SO 7 TO (5 388 80 7 80
l( 393 1J0 7 70 II J f
tl Ill 100 7 TO II 344 40 T 90
W 330 ... 7 70 4 383 40 7 80
M 341 40 7 70 41 138 80 7 10
( 313 40 7 70 II 1(0 4(0 7 80
It lit 84 7 70 10 140 ... 7 80
77 .
40..
71..
J..
II
II...
Ill
S
.tH
.111
.103
.111
T TO
k 7 70
I 7,70
I 7 70
,4 Tl
.7"
1.
84
.100
44i .:
7 80
7 80
7 13
PUIS.
17.
M...
.114
111
. 7 10
. . 7 :
of sheep
this point
dsv two
SHEEP-Whllo the receipts
and lambs were -very -fair at
as romnared with the same
weeks ago and a year ago they were only
a uttlo morn tnan nair as large as last
Tuesday. The gradual decrease of west
em stock and tho slightly Incrensed num
ber of fed or native lambs and sheep Is
becoming more appnrent every day AS
was tho case on Monday, kilters consti
tuted tho small end of tlio stipph lamhs
of an kind being conipnrnHvely rare In
spite of the fact that esrly advices from
outside points gave no Indications of any
Improvement In the general trade the
local Sellers succeeded In getting KMfl&c
higher prices for fnt lambs tho first
thing In thn morning. Among the first
sales were a couple of loads of fed west
ern lambs, which sold as high ns I Jo.
Fat lambs being In very monger suppU
proved to bo ready sellers. Fat ewes an!
wethers were better represented than
lambs and ttndo on them was nctlvo at
fully steady prices. A hunch of good
killing ewes brought $1.00. Tho disposal
of anything on the killing ortlor waft
good, as the barn- vas cleared of the
fat offerings In very fair season.
Tho Improvement In killers was Xclt
In the feeder division, ns prices on feeder
lambs worn nt least steady to strong1 as
compared with the day previous. There
was r good tone to the trado In feeder
sheep, most of them selling fully steady
with yesterday. During the early trade
two or three loads of feeding cwci
brought as much as 83.30. Today and
yesterday feeder sheep have been In lib
eral supply and buyers seoined to hav6
a place for the bulk of the stuff offered
As yesterday feeding lambs of all kinds,
were scarce.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs
good to choice, $7.10117.26; lambs, fair lo
good, JO.C0Jf7.OO: lambs, feeders, $r.6MJ.40,
yearlings, light, $4.7605.26; yearlings,
heavy, $4.60JM.76; yearlings, feeders, $4.60
6.10; wethers, good to choice. $4.avfM.S5,
wethers, fair to good, $J.26S.T6; wethers,
feeders, $3.TWJ4.Sj awes, good to choice.
$3.6084.00; owes, fair to good. $3.2J4TS.fiO;
ewes, feeders, $3.0033.25; ewes, yearling
breeders. J 4. 605.00; cult sheep and bucks,
$5.603.00.
Representative sales
No. Ay
41 native ewes '..1100
C4 native ewes , 92
487 native lambs 82
36!) Wyoming ewes 76
115 Wyoming owes ...... 93
Stxi Wyoming lambs 6S
63 Wyoming lambs 66
30 Nebraska yearling wethers 80
85 Nebraska wethers ,,.. 92
475 Wyoming ewes, feeders 97
W5 Wyoming pwes, loeuers,,,. m
251 Wyoming ewes, feeders. ...130
196 Wyoming ewes, fenders.... 85
111 Nebraska lamb, feeders.. 53
196 South Dakota, owes 101
430 rulls
465 S. I). ew?s, culls .,,
200 R. D. Iambs, feeders
273 H. D. lambs, feedors
m H. D. lambs, feeders
213 Wyoming lambs, feedors.
360 S. D. lambs, feeders.....
850 B. D. lambs, feeders
Its Wyoming yearlings
181 native owes
23 red lamtis
f1 fail nwsl,
irf Wvnmlnsr ewes, feeders...
614 Wyoming lambs, feeders...
676 Wyoming lambs, feeders...
348 Wyoming lambs, feeders...
81
82
4t
.. 63
A 66
,. 67
.. 67
.. ta
.. 87.
..103
.. 03
140
96
65
66
68
Pr
3 85
2 75
7 10
3 70
3 CO
6 26
6 00
5 2.1
4 35
3 85
3 35
4 00
3 SO
COO
3 80
2 85
2 a
6 CO
6 35
ST.
fl 35
fi 35
6 35
5 00
3 (V.
6 75
5 77.
3 25
('. 40
6 40
6 40
Kniian 4'lty Live HlociU MnrWe-t.
KANSAS CITT. Nov. 19.-aVTTLl'JIU-
celpts, 16,000 head, Including 1,100 sontlt
erns; market steaily: dixssed beef and
osport steers. $8.10tfl0.85; fair to, good. $6.50
tjS.OO; western steers, $5.0008.60; stoekers
and feeders, $4.6&U7.60; southern stee re.
$1.25117.25: southern cows. $3.60(ljtj.60; native
cows, W.&uwi.w; nauve lienors, eo..xua.w,
bulls, $4.0Ou6,75; calves, $6.60ai.60.
HOGS Receipts, 21.0M henil: market no
higher: bulk of sales, $7,66U7.80; heavy,
$7.70fF7.lK: packers and butchers, $7,650'
7.80: light. $7.4WV7.70: pip. J6.6Oy7.0O.
mllQUl AMU UA-iUUO UCOTipin, o,vw
head: market 10a to 15c higher,: lambs. $0.00
s7.oo; ycarungs. ji.wnu.w: wetnere, .wu
6.00; owes, $.1.76iJH.60; stoekers nnd feeders,
$3.ttCkt.60.
Dry Goods Mnrltet.
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Tho cotton goods market ruled firm with
trade pf limited volume, owing to the
scarcity of spot goods. Wool blankets
will soon be openud for fall 1913 ana
sharp advances aro looked for. Yarns
ruled steady. Kxport trade was quiet.
Jobbers nrn doing a very fair trade for
this period of the year.
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The Young Mines Company, Ltd.,
Offers for Sale Ten Thousand Shares of Its Capital Stock at S7.50 Per Share.
Capitalization of Company, $760,000.00, divided into 75,000 shares, par value $10.
Tho methods of this Company have been thoroughly oxaminod by tho Ari
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certificate for legitimacy issued.
No subscription for less than $500.00 will be received, nor any singlo sub
scription for over $5,000.00 without special contract. All subscriptions miiBt bo
accompanied by 20 in cash of the amount subscribed balance in equal pay
ments in thirty, sixty and ninety days.
If requested, contracts will bo made with purchaser if not satisfied, with
stock after twolvo months from date of last payment, to return amount of pur
chase prico with legal rato of interest. ,
Reference! by Permission:
8. II. Oberfeldcr, Cashier,
National Hank of Arizona,
I'hoenlx. Arizona.
It. UazelUno, Vice President,
Hank of Arizona,
Prericott, Arizona.
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This Is no speculation It ts an .Investment, and the
proposition is as clean as a man can make it.
Address
YOUNG MINES COMPANY, Ltd., '
Geo. U. Young, Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
403-404 Fleming Building, Pheonix, Arizona.
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