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TIIK BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1!)12.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Has Very Strong Appearances
of Being Bearish.
CORN BULLS ARE LOSING MONEY
Ufforta o Advance Oat rrlcea hy
Chlcnico Trailers Prove Very Ef
fective nnil Trend of Star
I ket In nrventili
OMAHA, Nov. 18. Ml!.
Tha leading: Influences surrounding the
wheat market are pronouncedly bearish.
Stocks of this Kruln continue to gron
liberally and they are now becomlne
cumbersome. The stocks nt Buffalo
were Included In the. visible supply today
which caused tho figures of the total to
grow to a much larger proportion. It Is
eald that the total stocks at Huffalo are
anywhere from 4,000,000 to 7,000,000 bushels
and that tho amount of alt kinds of grain,
which Is made, up largely of wheat and
which Is now -on the lakes. Is 22,000,000
bushels. The crop figures as well a the
figures of stocks In various positions are
likely to bo larger than in a great many
years, Foreigners are not bidding for our
wheat save at prices considerably below
tho asking levels, and as long as these
conditions continue tho market will re
main In the hands of bears, and there
will bo heard a general wall because of
lack of demand for cash wheat. Russia
lias raised a spring wheat crop of ISODOO,
000 bushels which compares with the
crop of 320,000,000 busheU last year. Cash
wheat was unchanged to '4c higher.
Argentlno will force Us corn upon the
Importing nations, and a condition of this
kind was notlceablo last week. The corn
crop of the southern hemisphere will soon
come In direct competition with the crop
of the United States. The corn bear has
prospered, while tho bull has lost money,
A crop that wan late and uncertain at
many stages of Its growth has matured
under much better conditions than the
growers dared hope, and a bull market
lins been changed to a bear one. Instead
of a wet and unfavorable fall for matur
ing the corn crop wn have had dry and
cold weather most of the time, and the
corn Is now being harvested and moved
under most favorable conditions. Cash
c-orn lo lower to 1c higher.
Tho efforts to advance prices on part
of Chicago traders proved very effectual
nnd the trend of the market Is reversed.
Cash oats i'&ic higher.
Primary wheat receipts wero 4,334,000
bushels and shipments 617,000 bushels,
ngalnst receipts of 1,218,000 bushels and
(shipments of 358,000 bushels last year.
Primary c6rn receipts were 641,000 bush
els apd shipments 318,000 bushels, against
receipts of 790.000 bushels and shipments
of 315,000 bushels last year.
Pritriary oats receipts were 1,079.000
bushels and shipments 827,000 bushels,
ngalnst receipts of 447,000 bushels and
shipments of 239,000 bushels last year.
Clearances: Wheat and flour, equal to
1,275,000 .bu.: corn, 000.000 bu.; oats. 06.-
Liverpool close: Wheat, $iT4d higher;
corn, VStiW higher.
Tho following cash sales were reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard, winter. 2 cars, Mc;
2 cars, MHc. No. 3 hard winter: 10 cars,
80c i 2 curs. 79?ic; 1 car. 7914c: 2 cars (part
durum mixed), 79c. No. 4 hard winter:
1 car, 78V4c; 1 car, 77Vic. No grade hard
winter: 1 car, 73c. No. 2 spring: 1 car,
SOc. No. 3 spring: 1 car, 79Vic; 1 car, 79c.
No. 4 spring: 2 cars, 78c; 1 car, 76c. No.
1 mixed durum: 1 car, 7714c, No. 3 mixed
durum: 1 car (soft), 83c: 3 cars, 77Hc. No.
3 durum: 1 car, 77Hc Corn No. 4 white:
1 car (new), 46c. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, KMC;
1 car (choice, new), 4Sc. No. 4 mixed: 1
car (now). 45c. No. 3 yellow: car, 5514c.
No. 4 yellow; 1 car (new), 46c. Harlcy
No. 3: 1 car, 5Sc. No. 1 feed: 1 car, 60o.
Oats No. 3 white: 1 car, 301io; 14 cars,
30c; 1 car, 29 c. No. 4 white. 1 cor, 20c;
3 cars, 2914c; 6 cars, 2914c No grade: 2
Omnha Cash Frlcea.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard. S0S114c: No. 3
hard, 79ftSO!4c: No. 4 hard, 77079c; No. 2
spring, TJ'iifboe: iS'o. 3 spring, 7SVWi3ftc;
No. 4 spring, 7&&78c.
CORN No. 3 white, 55tfQ65l4c; No. 3
yellow.- 6OU05514c; No. 3, &5',i6&!4c
OATS No. 2 white. 301J30c; standard,
3&S'30!io: No. 3 white. 2930c; No. 4
BARLEY-Maltlng. D4(g2c; No. I feed,
IIYE-No. 2, 6D(c; No. 3, 68g60c.
Wheat. Corn, Oats.
Chicago 67 137 203
Kansas City '.. 263
St. . Louis 159
CHICAGO GRAIN AA'D PROVISIONS
Features of the. Trndtnir nnd Closing
Price on Hoard of Trnde.
CHICAGO. Nov. 18 Sudden strenrtli
developed In wheat today after the re
ceipt oi news mat uritlsh troops had
mnui'u m uonsiantmopie. Tnero was a
nervous close, !4fft to c abovo Sat
urday night. Latest trading left corn
a shade off to iift'tfc up, oats with a
gain of IJO'Hc to He and provisions
varying from 6c lower to a rise of 25c.
On the upward, rebound In wheat many
traders found themselves trapped, the
market having been heavily oversold.
Most of them tried to Jump simultane
ously to the buying sido when prices at
Liverpool were shown to have made a
steep climb. The result was a flurry that
lasted tho remainder of the day.
Unfavorable weather 111 Argentina un
settled tho confidence of tho wheat
bears early in tho session. Heavy domes
tic receipts, however, and world ship
ments larger than expected formed more
than an. offset. On tho other hand It was
generally thought the vlslblo supply In
crease would reach 8,000.000 bushels by
including the revised Buffalo stocks. In
this thcro was disappointment.
May wheat fluctuated between S5Hc
and 8614c with last sales H&4c net
higher' at S6Hc
Shorts who wero frightened at the ac
tion of wheat rallied tho corn market
which had been on a decline duo to
fine weather. The bulls were helped by
statements from a crop expert that tho
yield this season had been put too high.
May swung from 47c to 47Hc, closing
steady at 47ic, a shade up, compared
with Saturday night. Cash grades were
slow. No. 2 yellow was quoted at 67
Oats displayed Independent strength
owing to the cereal having failed to un
dergo any substantial decline in the face
of tho big crop and tho long-continued
weakness of other grain. May, which
sold from 31T4o to 32Hc, with the closo
at 3214c, made a net aln of 140Hc
In provisions offerings wero limited
nnd the market responded to fair buy
ing, of which considerable was for in
vestment. January pork took the lead,
with an advance of 25c.
Quotations closed a.. lollows:
A rtlclel Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Sat.
Pork I i
Jan..! 18 65 I 18 95
May.l 18 23 1S 40-42
Nov.. 11 & 11 3714
Dec.. 11 ffitt 11 174
Jan.. 10 70-72 10 8714
May. 10 27HI10 32-35
Jan..10 12-171 10 25
May. 9 85 95
Cain quotations weiu as follows
FLOUU Steady; winter patents, U.SQ
4.85; wnter straights, Jl.10ip4.60; spring
patents. $4.2036.10; spring straights, S3.90
4j4 od; bakers. u.vvq3.u.
RYENo. 2. 61662c
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 47650c; fair
to choice, mailing, oou.vc
SEEDS Timothy. J2.7503.75. ' Clover,
PROVISIONS Mess pork. Ii;.0317.25.
Ijird (In tierces), $1L37H. Short xlbs
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were euual to 1,1:1.000 bu. rnmary re
relnts wore 2.334.000 bu.. compared with
1.218,000 bu. the corresponding day a year
ago. Visible supply ui wnrui 111 luu i inira
KtHtfH Increased 6.670.000 bu. for the week.
Tho amount of breadstuff on ocean pas-
sac Increased 1 WW.ww mi.
Estimated recelptB for tomorrow.
Wheat. 150 cam. corn. Sl cars; oats. ITS i
cars, nogs, s.u neaa.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, Il.0iai.03i4: No. 3 red. Ktotfll.OO: No.
i hard. &3Sc: No. 3 hard. $MJ87e; No. 1
northern. S7GSSc; No. I northern, S&Htf
S6c; No. 3 northern. S3HBS5c; No. !
prlng. R5NHc; No. 3 spring. SSIjMc; No.
4 spring. 75090c ; velvet chaff, 80!7c;
durum. fMIS5c. Corn: No. 3 yellow, B'ff
CTHc; No. 3, old. B4c; No. S, now, 48g47c;
o. 3 white, old, 5&4i6c, No. 3 white, new,
474$c; No. 3 yellow, old, 66436714c; No. 3
yellow, new, 4704814c; No. 4. old, 52c; No.
I. new, 411145140: No. 4 wh te. new. 44H
4Sc; No. 4 yellow, old, 54c; No. 4 yellow,
new, 44(?46c Oats: No. 2. Wic, No. 2
white. 33iM344c; No. 3, SOViRSOHc; No. 3
white. 31121ic; No. 4 white, S0JSlUc;
live. No. 2. l(fi!2c Tlorlev. 4SdC4( Reed.
timothy. I2.75S3.7S; clover. ItS.OOfiU.SO.
BUTTER Steady; creameries, 230340:
EGOS Steady; receipts. 2.028 cases: at
mark, cases Included. 220 Kc; ordinary
firsts, 24c; firsts. 27c.
CHKESE-SteadV; da sies. lTUfilTUc;
twins, 16A,017o; Young Americas, 16?ci7c:
long norns, ltrmilic.
POTATOES Steady: rcce nts. 115 ears:
Michigan. 4SG53c; Minnesota, 47050c; Wis
POOLrUY-Allve. weak: turkeys. ISO!
chickens, 10c; springs, HHc
vjsALr-steaay at PSitc.
NEW YOIIK GENERAL MARKET
Qnotatlons of the Diiy on Vnrlnus
NEW YORK. Nov. 18.-KLOL'R-Market
active; spring patents, J4.45 04.75; winter
nuiei; spring patents, .j4-.(5: wnuer
straights, J4.4504.55; winter patents, J4.C5
O5.10; spring clears, M.1MH.43; winter ex
tras No. 1, J4.05O4.15; winter extras No.
2. J3.96O4.05: Kansas stralahts. J4.10tt4.O.
Ryo flour steady; fair to good. J3.65O3.90;
choice to fancv, J1.95O4.05. Buckwheat
flour, quiet; J2.0Og2.05 per 100 lbs.
CO RNMBAL Steady; fine Whlto and
yellow, JI.&0O1.5S; ocarse, J1.4501.M: kiln
RYE Steady; No. 2. C6SSc, c. I. f..
BARLEY Quiet: feeding. 6Sftc. c. 1. f.,
Now York; malting, 57(S70o, c. 1. f.,
WHEAT Spot market quiet; No. ! red,
tlMV,. elevator, and S1.07U. f. o. b..
afloat: No. 1 northern, Duluth. 9lic f. o.
d., anoat. hlitures market closed l-l6c
lower to 5-16c hlaher. December. 931tf
94 13-16c; closed at 94 9-16c; May, 97HO
&S-16c: closed at 98 9-16c.
CORN Spot market easier: export.
62$4c, f. o. b., afloat, to arrive.
oatsj spot market steady; Novcmoer,
FfJED Steady; western spring bran,
100-pound sacks, J22.60; standard middling,
100-pound sacks, J22.60, city, 100-pound
HAY Steady; prime nominal. No 1,
J1.10O1.1214; No. 2, 95CO41.00: No. 3, 7580o.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
1912, 26033a: 1911, 12017c; , Paclflo coast,
1912, 17024c: 1911, 17019C. '
HIDES Firm; Central America, 2S14c;
LEATHER Firm: hemlock firsts. 27
28c; seconds, 26027c; thirds, 23024c; re
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess,
J18.75O19.60; family, J23.00O24.00; short
clears, J22.00O24.00. Beef, strong: mess,
J19.00O20.00; family, J23.00O24.00; beef hams,
$14,000, nominal. Lard, firm: middle
west, prime, Jll.40311.50; refined, firm;
continent, JU.85: South America, J12.70;
TALLOW Steady; prime city, hhds.,
6Vic: special, 14c; country, 604c.
BUTTER Firm; receipts , 3,073 tubs:
creamery extras, 35c; hold extras, 32140
33c; state dairy finest, S3c; process ex
tras, 27H028c; factory, Juno make, firsts,
2414025c: current make, firsts, 2414c.
CHEESE Easier, receipts. 2,854 doxps;
state whole milk, colored specials, 17&c;
fresh, best, 17Wc: skims, 40Httc
EOQS Irregular, receipts, 7,272 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 38041c: refrigerator
special marks, fancy, 23HQ84c; state, 21c;
nearby honnery whites, fancy large, new
laid, 65060c; selected whites, good to
prime, 45063c; common to fair, 35043c;
western gathered whites, , 33042c.
POULTRY Dressed, easier: fresh killed
western chickens, 11019c; fowls, 1314O16140;
St. I.onU General aiarkrt.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 1$. WHEAT Cash,
firm; track. No. 2 red, J1.03O1.O5H; No. 2
CORN Lower; track No. 2 new, 610
52c; old, 65cr No. 2 white, new, 53c
OATS-Steady; track, No. 2, 3114c; No.
2 white, 33c.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT Higher; December, S71ic;
CORN Steady; December, 44Tc; May,
OATS Higher; December, 31'4c; May,
, RYtf-Uncnanged, 64c.
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents. J4.i.
Ofi.OO: extra fancy and stralchts, J1.150
4.65: hard winter clears. J3.G0O3.S5.
SEED Timothy, J10.00.
BRAN Lower; sacked, cast track, SO
HAY Steady; timothy, J1J.00O17.50; prai
HEMP TWINE 8c.
provisions Pork, unchanged: Job
bing, Jlfi.60. Lard, unchanged: prime
steam. J10.7214O10.8214. Dry salt meats,
unrhnnerd: hoxed. extra shorts. 111. 62:
clear ribs. $11.6214; short olears. $12.00. Ba
con, unchanged; uoxea, extra snores,
$12.6214;. clear ribs, J12.6214; short clears,
1UUH ill nicaay; cmcKens, wc; spring,
11c: turkeys, 16c; ducks, 1214c; geese, 10c.
BUTTER Firm: creamery, 26qQ3C.
KOOS-Steady, at 26c
Flour, bbls 20.000 if, 500
Wheat, bu 177.000 48.000
uorn. ou w.uwi
OaU. bu 133,000 78,000
Knnsaa City Grain and Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Nov 18. WHEAT
vjasn, uncunngea; jno. 2 imru, waooTS;
No. 3. 79082c: No. 2 red, 96140f'14c; No. 3,
CORN Unchanged to 1c lower: No. 3
mixed. 43c; No. 3, 41c; No. 3 whlto, AVtf
4614c; No. 3, 45C.
OATS Slow; No. 2 white, 32W32iic; no.
5 mixed. 3114032c.
Closing prices or ruti)res:
WHEAT December. 89c: May. S614o;
CORN-Deccmber, 42T404Sc; May, 4lc;
OATS DccemDer, sic; oiay. c.
HAY Weak: choice timothy. J1S.60
14.00; choice pralrl J12.5OO13.00.
BUTTKIl Creamery, c; ursis, ioc;
seconds, 26c; packing stock, 2314023c
UUUh lixiras, ic; iiraie, nu,
POULTRY liens, vanuvtc; roosiejs, c;
springs, UWUiw, yuuiiK lurntj-o, iujj'
Wheat, bu 253,000 123.000
Corn, bu 84,000 8.000
UalS. DU P,vw
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nbv. 18. WHRAT-Spot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, new, 7nfd; No. 2
Manitoba, new, 7sfki; no. 3 .Manitoba
new, 7s 4d. Futures strong: December,
7s4!id: March. 7s4Ha; May, 7s 314d.
CORN Spot, easy; new American kiln
dried, 6s 814d. Futures, firm; December
4slll4d; January, 4s U4d.
PEORIA. Nov. 18. CORN Stead v: Nn.
3 yellow, old. 66c; new, 4Sc;' No. 4 yellow,
....... 1 1 1 1 Li ' V i 1 mlTA1 ....... ,on.
sample, new. 35033140.
OATS Steady; No. 3 white, 3114c; No.
4 Willie, jowc.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 18. WHEAT
December, 81T4c; May, siftc; cash. No. 1
hard, 8ij&o; no. 1 nortnern, 83tiMHc: No
3 northern. SOHOKHc: No. 3. 7il404c.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 45047c.
OATS-No. 3 wlilte. 28KOc
RYENo. 2, WJWC.
BRAN In 100-pound sacks, J18.OOO18.C0.
FLOUR First patents. J4.25&-4.65; sec
ond patents, J4.10O4 S5; first clears, J3.10O
3.40: second clears. $3.3003.60.
HEED Flax. $1.3614.
Milwaukee Grain Market,
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 18. WI I EAT No.
1 northern, 87088c; No. 2 northern, 8SO
86c; No. ! hard winter, 88c; December,
83Uc: May. S90914c.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 57069c No. 3
white. 680C9c: No. 3, 5614c; December,
4754C May. 4714047KC
Key to tli Situation Bee Advertising.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Extreme Listlcssness and Narrow
Price Changes Hark Day.
NEWS OF MIXED CHARACTER
Initial Drnllnga Show General De
cline In Keeping? with Heavy
Tone In London, lint These
Are Soon llecocrril.
NEW YORK. Nov. 18.-Kxtremo list
lcssness and narrow price change' In
representative Issues marked the day's
operations on tho stock exchange. Initial
dealings showed general declines In
keeping with the heavy tone of tho Lon
don tnnrkrt. but flien wero noon re
covered In large part. Tho market yielded
again in tnn arternoon on nnnpuncenieni
that tho United State supreme court
had adjourned for n fortnight without
rendering decisions on several Important
cases of especial Interest to the financial
At oild moments during tho day tnero
was moderate pressure on lieailing.
Union' Pacific and United States Steel.
whlto specialties such as American Can,
lietnienetn steoi. common ana prcierrea,
National Lend. American Woolen pre
ferred nnd Sears-Roebuck fell 1 to HH
points. On the other hand some ot the
equipment stocks wero conspicuous for
their strength, American LocomoUvo and
New York Air Brake scoring highest
prloes of tho year on small trading. Cop
per shares, w1Uch were heavy nt tho
outset. Improved later In connection with
reports of heavy buying of tho metal for
Europe. Net losses were general ai mo
Tho day's news was of a mixed char
acter, ranging from uncertainty abroad
to cheerful business advices from the
west and southwest. In those sections
railway managers wero handling truf
fin in enormous volume, manufacturers
of steel and Iron reported Increased book
ings and Increased activity was seen m
most lines of merchandise.
Receipts of foodsturfs at t nicago were
smaller than In the previous week, but
much larger than in the corresponding
week Inst year.
Call money loaned under 6 per cent and
time rates were Inclined to ease because
of the Improved bank position disclosed
In lost week's statement. Interior banks
made further purchases of commercial
paper at slight concessions.
Wabash 4s wero tho efaturo of the bond
department, tho balance of that division
hnlnir dull nnd Irrpeular. Total sals, par
value, were Jl,450,000. United States bonds
wero uncnangca on can.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks wero as follows:
s1m. men. Km flow
Amilramitcd Copptr . t
American Acrlcultural ...
Amerlctn Bnt Sugar. . ..
American Qui p(J.
American C F
American Cotton Oil....
Am. Ic Becurltlri
American IJnaeril ,
American Tyyomotlre ...
American ft. & R
Am. S. & n. nfd.,
Am. Sugar Rdlnlnc
American T. ft T
Anaconda Jllntnc Co
Atlantic Oust Una
Baltimore. & Ohio
IlrnoMrn Rapid Tr.
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chlcaco C. TV
Cnlcaro. M. & St. r
Chicago K. W
Colorado F, & 1
Denver & Rio Orande....
Denver & R. CI. pfd
Dlatlllor' Becurltlea ....
Krle 1st nfd
Erie M pfd
Great Northern pfd
Orwt Northern Ore etf.
Inter. Met. pfd.. ,,
Kansaa City Southern....
Louisville ft Nashville..
M., St. P. & ft. B. M. . . .
Missouri. K. & T
Missouri l'aclflc .1
U. It. of M. H pfd..
New Tork Ontral -
N V.. O. Ik W
P., V.. C. & m. L
Pressed Bteel Car
Pullman I'alace Car
IlepuMIc I. b R
Republic I. & S. pfd....
Itock Island Co
Hock Island Co. pfd
Ft. L. It 8. V M pfd...
Seaboard Air Line
Reaboard A. L. pfd
Sloss-Sheffleld S. & I..
80. Hallway pfd
Union FHolflo pfd..,
United Slatra Realtr
United Btatea Rubber.... (,t00 66H
United Flutes' Steel 40,6M 754
U. ,S. Steel pfd lno U
Utah Copper C3H
V.-Carolina Chemical 400
WaUsh 100 SH
Wabash pfd too IH
W cetera Maryland
Western Union S00 71
Westlnghouse electric .. SO tl
Wheellnc L. K too
Total sales tor the day, 1!3,J00 shares.
New York Money Market.
NEW YOniC. Nov, IS.-MONKY-O71
call, firm: VAU&li per cent; ruling rate,
ri per cent; closing bid, 54 per cent; of
fered at CTi Per cent. Time loans, Htcady;
sixty days, fi per cent; ninety days, 6H
6 per cent; six months, 6V46V4 per cent.
PIUMH MKItOANTIIiia PAPBU-S per
RTEItMNO EXCHANOK-Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at ft.81
for sixty-day, bills and at J4.8E15 for de
mand; commercial bills, H.60H.
BILjVEIt Bar, 62T4o; Mexican dollars,
IJONDS Qovernment, steady; railroad
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. 8. ref. 3s, ret. .191 K. C. So. rf. 6e.... S744
do coupon 141 U B. deb. 4s 1931. 92 S
U. S. 3s, rec 102V4L, & N. unl, 4s.... S7S
do coupon 102S M. K. & T. 1st 4s. 914
U. S. 4s, rec 11SK do sen. 4S 99S
do coupon 1114 'Mo. Pacific 4s 71 S
Pansms 2s, coupon.. 101; do conv. 6a 974
A.-C. 1st it ctfs... 61 N. II. II. of M. 4!i S
Amer. Ac 6s,. ...101SN. V. C. . 3H..-. 6S
A. T. T. cv 4s. .113 io deb. 4s 93
Am. Tobacco 6a... 120 ;. y M ji. & II.
Armour & Co. 4Vis. 9144 cr. JHs 94
Atchison cen. 4a..,, 97SSN. & W. 1st c. 4s 7
do ct, 4s 1964 1C6S 'do cr. 4s 116
do cr. S 1074 'No. Paclllo 4a 9814
A. C. U let 4a.... 95 do 3s !;
Bsl. & Ohio 4s 97HO. S. L. rfd(. 4e.. , 92
do 3Ss 91 Penn. cr. 3H 1816.. MS
Brook. Tr. cr. 4s... 90 do con. 4 103S
Can. of via, 8s. ..108 Itesdlm cen. 4s,... 9614
Cen. Leather 6s. .. 95S. L. S. Y. tg 4a 77(4
Che. tt Ohio 4HS.. 9914 do gen. 6s 81H
do conr. 4Ss.., .. 92!4St. L. 8. W. c. 4s.. 81
Chicago A, 3V4s. 64SS. A. L 04,. eF2
C. U. i Q 1 4s. ... 96S8, A. U adj. (s... 78(4
do gen. is.... vytsbo. i-ftc. coi. ts 19
C M at S P cv 4SsWS do cr. 4a S
C. P- I. & T. 4s. 67W do 1st ref. 4a.... 914
do rfg. 4 87S8o. lUllwsy U......U
f. 8. r 4V 4Ss. 9IS do gen. 4s 71
D. & II. cr. 4s.... 97S Union Taclflc 4s. .. S
D. ft II. O. ref. 6a. 6J14 do cv. 4s t02S
Dlattllera's 6s 72 do 1st & ref. 4s.. 8SS
Erie p. 1. 4s 88SU s. Rubber 6s... 101U.
do gen. 4a 76SU. 8. Steel 2d 6s,..101S
do cv. 4i. ser. B 77S Vs.-Car Chera. Js.. 94
III. Cen. 1st ref. 4 94SWebssh 1st C ex. 4o (9
Inter. Met. 4Hs..., 81 Western Md, 4s. .. MS
Inter. M. M. 4Vis.. MWt. Klec. cv. 61.. MS
Jspsq Ss 21 Wis. Ontral 4s..,. 92
AVASHINOTON. Nov. 18.-Tho condi
tion of the United Btatea treasury at tho
beginning of business today was; Work
ing balance, J90.647.7C3; In banks and Phil
ippine treasury, J32.4S5.2DS. Total general
fund, J14T.tl21.o63. Receipts Saturday, J3.607.
713, disbursements, J1.747.&06. The deficit
this fiscal year Is J3.304.004, as against a
deficit of J22,711,305 last year. The figures
" 600 'f)4i
" 300 iii'
" 400 'l?i
" iii 'is"
.. art 10
tOO 29 V
llostoti Closlntr Sitck.
HOSTON, Nov. lS.-CIoslnR flotations
on stocks were as follows:
Alloues 41 Mohawk
Amal, Dapper .. .. 84SXvada On
A. t. U A S JeSMplssinC Mines
Arlton Com 4 North llulte .....
II. C C. a 8. U. North Uk
Cal. A Arliona... . 7Sol.l Dominion ...
C.l. Hecla 6(0 Osceola
l Ilsnee C. 4' 64S Jhanoon ,.
Rust Putto C M.
1 fuperler & 11. M
7Sl' 8. ft. II. ts. M
IV .k t.M
Isle ltojale Copper, lis Utah Cen
Kerr UV ISftah Cvrper Co 41S
"rrr iiswnnona I
La Salle Cupper SWolterln 14
Miami Ctppr us
l.nitdnn Mtu-U .llarUot,
IONUON. Nov. U.-The stock market
was uulet todai, penrtlnK developments
In the c6nttnentnl and home political sit
uatlon. Tho Auatrc-Sorvlan controversy
cieated some uneasiness on the contin
ent, which sold Its favorites In tho fore
noon, but I'arls buying lkter helped to
make the tone steadlor. Changes on the.
day. however, were Irreuular with Ar
gentine rails and Copper and shipping
share tho firmest sections. American
securities, after a quiet opening, eased
off. Prices recovere-d ou covering; before
noon, but later Wall street offerings
caused another decline. The closing was
quiet. Money was In good supply and dis
count rates were easy. There was no for
eign demand for tho J3,K)0,000 South
African gold offered In the or-on market
and most of It was taken by the IJuk
London closing stock quotations:
Consols, money -7t 8-lsI.euliTllle A Nath ltt
do account ..... 716-l6Mo., Kan. A Teiaa tS
Amal. Copper ' ... 87SNev York Central. .118S
Anaconda 8 Norfolk A Weitern.119
Atchison mil do pfd .- 91
do pfd ... ..106 Ontario Westorn 8S
tlaltlmora & OhH..10S Pennsylvania
Canadian I'aelfls ..276SRsnd Mines .
Chesapeake Ik Ohio 81 Itesdlm . ...
Chi, Oret Veslern 19S Southern Hy
mi., Mil. a si. r.iis'i no piu
81 Southern Parlfle
MS Union Paclflo .
42S do Pfd ..
HU. S. Steel ...
62 do pfd
27 do pfd
Denier & Illo O...
do 1st ptd
da 2d pfd..,. ...
Illinois Central ....182
SlIiVRn Bar, steady at 2d per ounco.
MONWV-SfiSH per cent.
The rate of discount In the open mar
ket for short bills Is 4 15-16 por cent; for
six months' bills, 4 13-1&1T4T4 per cent.
New York Mtnlnir Mtocka,
NEW VOIUC, Nov. lS.-C3oslng quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Com. Tunnel stock.. 9 Mexican
do bonds 11 Ontario
Con. Cal. & Va 38 Ophlr .......
Iron Silver 180 'standard ....
Leadvllle Con Tallow Jacket
Little Chief 4
Hnnk of (icrnmnr Statement.
UraiUilN, Nov. 18. The weokly state
ment of the Imperial Dank of Germany
shows tho following changes: Cash on
hand, Increased IS, 810,000 marks; loans,
Increased 1,175,000 marks; discounts, do
creased 1,190,000 marks: treasury bills,
Inorcased l.SM.OOO marks; notes In circu
lation, decreased, 49,541.000 marks; de
posits, Increased fi,S72,000 marks; gold In
hand, Increased, r.,913.000 marks.
OMAHA, Nov. SS. The bank clearings
for today wore J3.3ol,o:i.24, as compared
to J2,559,9S4.52 for the same day last year,
showing a gain of J791.039.72.
OMAHA niSNMHAl, MAItKHT.
BUTTKK No. 1, 1-lb. cartons, Sic; No.
I, GO-lb. tubs, 33V4c; No. 2. 32o.
CHISESIS- Imported Swiss, 33c; Ameri
can Swiss, 20c: block Swiss, 24o; twins,
20o ; daisies, iMc; triplets, 20c; Young
Americas, 21c; blue labol brick, 21a; Urn
bergcr, I-lb., 21c; 1-lb,, 22o; New York
Beef Cut Prices Wholesale prices of
beef cuts, effective November 18, are
as follows: No. 1 ribs, 20c; No. 2 ribs,
14c; No. 3 ribs, Wic; No. 1 loins, 22c:
No. 2 loins, 15o; No. S loins, 12c; No. 1
chucks, Pc; No. 2 chucks, 8c; No. S
chucks, 7Hc; No. 1 rotrnds. 12c; No. 2
rounds, 10c; No. 3 rounds, Olic; No. 1
plates, Sc; No. 2 plates, 7 Vic; No. 3
v .TilY Urolleu, JS per do.; hens,
15c: cocks, lie; ducks, lSo; geese, 15o;
turkeys, 25c; pigeons, per don., Jt.20. Allva,
broilers, 16c; hens, 94yi0V4o; old roosters,
7c: ducks, full feathered, 1214c; goesu,
full fratharod, 10c; turkeys, 15c; pigeons,
per dor., GOc; nomers, J2.S0; squabs, No. 1.
II. 30; No. 2, 5vc.
KISU (frcsh)-Plckorel. lie: white. 14c:
trout, 12c; largo crapplcs, 12c; Hpanuili
mackerel, 16c; eel, ltc; haddock, 13o;
flounders, 13c; green cutflah. ISo; shad
roe, per pair, 30c; sa:mon, bo, halibut, 12c;
buffalo, bo; bullheads, 13a
FRUITS. ETC. Missouri apples, In
bbls., J3.0083.25; New York Qrecttlngs
and Baldwins. J3.2S. Spanish onions, per
case, J1.50. Bananas, fancy select, per
bunch, J2.2fr32.J0; Jumbo, per bunch, 22.76
4il76. Dates, Anchor brund, new, 30 1-lb.
pkgs. In box, per box, J2.25; Dromedary
brand, new, 34 1-lb, pkgs. In box, per
box, 13.00. Figs, California, per caeo of
12 No. 12 pkgs., 8S0; per case of 36 No. 12
pkgs (2.50; per case of 50 No. 6 pligs.,
J2.00; bulk, In 26 and C0-lb, boxes, per lb..
10c; new, Turkish, 6-crown, In 20-lb.
boxes, per lb 16c; 6-crown, in 80-lb.
boxes, per lb., l&o; 7-crown. In 20-lb.
boxes, par lb., 17o. Lemons, Umonelra,
selected brand, extra fancy, 300-300 sizes,
por box, J7.60; Loina Llmonclra, fancy,
U00-3U0 sices, per box. J6.C0; 240-420 sizes,
50u per box less: California, choice. 300
3ot sizes, per box, Jti.OO. Oranges, Call
lornla Red (C) brand, extra fancy, 9&-1I8
sizes, per box. Jl.i5: extra funcy, all
.ii!. tier box. J4.76. Florida grape frulL
all sizes, J3.50. Cranberries, per bbl
W.OO; 1 per box. J2.75.
VKIJISTAUH11.0 - wiujuoBc, Wisconsin,
nr lb., lc. Celery. Michigan, per dbc.
tic. Cucumbers, hothouse, pur doz., J1.26.
plant, lancy norma, per aoz., ij.w.
Garlic, extra fancy white, per doz., l5o.
t ..nn extra fancy. Per doz.. Kic.
Onions, white In crate. 11; yellow, pur
lb VAc. Parsley, fancy southern, per
doz. buncnes, oviou. iuisium, uuriy
Ohio, per bu., 65c. Tomatoes, California,
per basket, J3 W. Wax beans, per baskqt.
tl; green beans, per basket, $1. Sweet
potatoes, Kansas, per bbl., J2.60. Ruta
bagas, per lb.. lUc
Visible Supply if 11 nil 11.
i.Tttt vrm." Vrtv 1C.wThn visible sun-
ply of grain in. tho United btates Satur
day. November 16. as compiled by the
Now York Produce exchange, was as fol-
. trAr. r.o nut vtA htiMhnlH- InnrefUte.
6,670,000 bushels; wheat In bond, 3,036.000
bushels; increase, m.wu uusneis, k,wu,
1.8C3.000 bushels; decrease. $53,000 hushiilH.
OatS. Z,W2,00U DUSIieiH, llll-reusr, l.w,
. C'i. i l.,..,,l lil ln hnulinU: In.
crease. 09,000 bushels. Rye, 1.6W.O0O bush-
els; increase, aju.vw uumicm. ii-i
4,624.000, bushels, increase, 344.000 bushels.
Barley In tonil, mi.wai nusneis; asvinwi;,
ii, 11 n .I..I ,li Ih I'roduce Market.
...... itiui mtti Vu. 1ft UITTTI.'n
Firm, good acmano; wesirm i;iv.iiim , ,
extra. &c; nearby prints, extra, &V37c;
aKOOS-Flrm, good demand; Pennsyl
vania nnd other nearby firsts, free oases.
in ra -Dnnnavluntllll niifl nthfT
fiv.irv jut . ........
nearby, current recolptH, free ca-R, $3.30
Ulit.ai per cane; wcaiurn iubip, ku w.a
flO.&o; western, current receipts, free
int.vtjij r.niAiv in it C4tt-ftr1vf npw Ynrlf
fult creams, choice. lSe; New York full
creams, fair to good, 1717V5c; part skims,
llKi ic. .
Hvanorntrtl Apple nad Dried Fruits
NEW YORK. Nov. )8.-KVAPOItATKt
APPLF.S-Qulet; fancy, S9c, choice, W
VAo: prime, CsflfiUc.
ituiv.ji vitniTS Prunes, f rm: Callfor-
nlas up to 30-40a. 2fr4c; Oregons, IH
sue. Apricots, firmer; choice, SHtrlOc;
extra choice, iwuju-,-, ing; nu'n.
Peaches, steady; cholco, 6HC?;c: extra
choice, 637ttc: fancy. mfac. Raisins,
quiet; loose muscatels. 4HWVic; cholco to
fancy seeded. 6t5f6sc; seedless, SHftOc;
. 1 . i . . , n. ei ifvffi ii
iUIIUUll lJC.P. V.,..w.
ST. IX1UIS. Mo., Nov. 18. WOOI
Bteady; territory and western mellums,
210 20c; fine mediums. 18Q20c; fine, lJiflic.
NBW YORK. Nov. U.-SUQAR-Raw,
steady; muscovado. S3 test,' 3.65c; cen
trifugal, 96 test, 4.05c, molasses, &9 test,
2.30c; refined, quiet.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Slow to Ten
H0QS FIFTEEN TO TWENTY OFF
Sheep llrrrlpta l.nrar, Denmnil tlooil,
lth Prices (lenrrnlly fttendy -lismhs
Free Metiers All Morn
nt flood, MtrmiK Prlers,
SOt'TK OMAHA, Nov. IS. IMS.
Receipts were Tattle. Hoits. Sheep.
Bstlmato Monday 10.W) .WV
Same day last week... R.HW svi
Krtmn 3 weeks ago 4,837
Same 3 weeks ago 13.316
Same 4 weeks ago 12.KW
Bame day last year ... 8,0.Vi
The following labia shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and shet.p at 8uth Omaha
for the year to datu as compared with
last year: 1911. 1911. Inc. Deo
Cattle SVS.S70 1.0(.9.ti JDI.J.W
Hogs ... . S.r66,tS5 2,OS2,rj 4S3.632 .......
Sleep 2,ta,837 1,778.173 S3.M6
Tha following table shows the rang of
prices fdr hogs at South Omnha for the
last few days with comparisons:
Date, 1912. 11911. lllU.ISW.lT8.11OT.lQ4),
Receipts and disposition of llvn stock
nt the Union stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.i
RKClil PTS-CA Rl)A OS.
Cattle HogH. Sheep. Use.
(I, M. & St. P. Hy. 12 15
watmsii li. n i
Missouri Paclflo ...117 12
C, A N. W., east... 11 13
V, & N. W west.. S3 . !'.
C, St. P., M. & O.. 19 2
C, U. Q east.... 5 1
V., R. C: Q wast... 20.1 35
C, R. I. & P., east. 7 15
C. R, I. & P., wist. 26
Illinois Central Ry.. 1 5
Chlwigo O. W. Ry. 3 I
Total receipts ...490 127 106 13
w , Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Morris & Co 548 l.N.i 67
Swift & Co l,17l 1.429 1,790
Cudtihy Packing Co.... 1,15ft a.143 3,342
Armour A Co 678 2,902 3.6SI
Bouth Omnha Pkg. Co.. 2S
W. II. Vansant Co 144
Benton, Vansant U.. 892
IUII & Sou 400
l' U. Lewis 40
'Huston & Co Xitt
J. 11. Root & Co 71
I. t Hum 313
Rosenstock Bros 50
McCreary & Knllogg... 371
Werthelmcr & Dogcn... 277
It. Hamilton 263
Sullivan Bros ns
Rotlmchllrt Ai Krebs 361
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co,... 126
Cllnn A. Christie 217
Other buyers 1,473 5.72S
Totals 8,969 9,339 154m
Quotuttons ou Native Cattlo Good to
cholco beef steers. lH.2MiO.75: fiilr to good
beef steers, J7.2MS.2i; roniniQii to fair
beef steers, JC.O0If7.25; good to choice heif
ers, l6.7Mf7.00; Kood to choice cows, J5.50
V.du; tair to goon grades. i.6W(o.w; com
mon to fair grades, J3.2M.t-4.rHi; good to
choice stockors and feeders, Ji.25S77.50;
fair to good stockors and feeders, J5,75Ti
6.25; common to fair stockors and feed
ers, J5.00lj3.75; stock cows and heifers,
J4.501J6.00j veal calves, J5.CKaUi bulls,
stngs, etc., 14.003H.00.
Quotations on Range Cattlo Oood to
cholco boef steers, JU.758.15; fair to good
beef steer. 16 25fW.75; common to fair
beef steers, J5.DOjit).25.
CATThIC Receipts of cattlo wero the
largest that they huvo boen for a Monday
slnoe thrao weeks ago. Tho arrivals con
sisted of a very liberal showing of range
cattle with nuRo a sprinkling of cornfeds.
Receipts at other selling points wero also
large and reports generally Indicated a
slump In values all along the line. As a
result of tho general lower tendency of
tho market prices here also suffered moro
or Ivan weakness and trade aa a whole
was slower than It haa been for a num
ber of weeks back.
Beef steors while In fair demand wore
by no means active sellers. Buyers wore
very bearish In their vlows nnd wero
very much disposed to tiiko their tlmo In
filling orders. Good range, beef steers
wero sought after and In some cases they
did not look very much lower. On thu
other hand cornfeds, especially th
warmed-up kinds, felt tho full force of
the general weakness, mnklng the mnrket
as u whole anywhere from barely steady
to 10q lower.
Cows ond heifers wore wenk to 10c
lower than last week, even tho good kinds.
There was considerable Inijtilry for do
slrablo reeding cattlo and strictly good
kinds did nut show much clmnge as com
pared with last week. On tho other hand
the mn.dlum kinds were very much loss
active and wero unywhero from weak to
A v. I'r.
1JQ1 8 18
..1238 8 28
..1804 9 10
. . 000 ( 28
..till 7 10
...1284 7 80
...1271 8 00
...1178 8 04
... 780 4 IS 22....
..1084 8 78
..1010 5 88
..1100 8 90
...1011 4 10
... 881 4 70
...1080 4 88
... H i 88
...1180 5 CO
... CM I 7S . 4
...1400 4 83 1
...1210 8 CO
... too 00 4
... 80& t 80 1
813 8 25
172 8 80
180 9 00
4(0 7 00 12....
1(8 9 04
8TOCK1SR8 AND FH12DKRS.
1 851 4 88 ti
It 228 8 80 7
II ,. 42 8 80 (
. 87 t 10
. (SI t 18
. 721 I 80
. 813 8 78
.1088 7 SO
14 20 I 80 (
1 US I 00 20
4 117 t 00 14
8 8(1 00
42 COWS 950 6 60 35 steers.... MS 6 R8
38 steers... .1115 7 00 12 teers....H65 7 00
is sieers....u o 10 13 cows 875 4 70
E. M. Eldred, Neb,
32 cows 372 5 35 63 feeders. .1253 7 00
HOGS Under the Influence of moderate
receipts und a very urgent buying demand
llio nog marget at Ho nth Omaha last
week was the highest of any market on
tho river. At the close of the week It was
not only higher than any other western
market, but the bulk of tho hogs actually
sold 15Q20o higher than at Chicago, It
was Very evident that such condition
could not long continue and that other
markets would either have to advance
so a to bo In lino with the market at
thin point or else tho South Omaha
market wotim nave to come down,
llixtead of advancing all the markets
were reportcu lower una morning and as
receipts: here1 wero large tho buyers were
able to io wnat tney could not seem to
nccompllsh last week, namely tako off n
good big slice. A few hogs sold on the
opening at 10fcl5c lower, but very tow, as
buyers wanted still more reduction than
that, when the traie reallv irnt undet
headway It was on the bonis of a itrtf
20o decline from Saturday market, rtilr:
means that a largo proiortlon of .hi
hoga sold at V 75777.80, it against J7.S5ft
s.iw on naturoay nome ot ine nest nog
hold up as nigh us 87.no, wnun tne top al
the clofe of last week was 18.00. The trade
wan not very actlvo at any tlnle, sellers
making a hard fight to maintain prices
ana being siow to ici go ineir nogs at
thH dec lno demanded uy buyers.
Receipts of hogs this morning were the
larsest that nicy navo Deen ror a i on
day slnco February 12. It might be added
mat even aiior me nnarii urciine reconie'l
above, this market Is titlll high, being
right up even wuu i:nicaBO,
Ko. Av. Sh. Pr. 2o.
Av. fh. Pr.
....lit I0 7 80
....3(0 . . 7 80
. . .222 80 7 30
.. .210 390 7 M
230 120 7 80
219 40 7 80
v;: to to
210 7 80
, 20 120 7 80
79 191 2K 7 0 42.
K,. . 1 . I l" ..
20... .,.2t8 7 70 78..
(4.. .. 282 120 7 72ti (1..
M. 3(1 IM 7 78 70
ti ... .280 M 7 18 72
43 , 347 t 77
It 201 10 V 7i 71
17 2M 7 7 M.
7 67H 12 7 801 7 79 5 2 4 SS
6 217W7 7J658
7 664, ( 27 7 84 7 76 5 01 4 95
7 67 7 5 7 84 5 79 4 83
7 8.1 6 S7 7 55 5 74 4 70
7 81?, 6 25 7 74 5 6SI 4 8S
7 WHi 26 7 56 7 V7 4 94
7 92s 6 31 7 36 7 96 5 591 4 93
6 83 7 44 7 95 5 54
6 30 7 33 IK) 6 59 4 83
I' . 84 120 7 78 II . 110 . 7 89
80 240 ... 7 78 t. . ..XII 880 7 80
24 . JM ... 1 7S 88 ttt 80 7 80
19 . o H T n t fw lja 7 90
88 28 M IB 11, .....9M ... 7 80
W ... 181 ... in So 241 120 7 80
' 811 40 7 78 71 98 200 7 80
11. .. 241 20) 7 T J 179 ... T 80
2 ...f. 9T1 ... 779 82 9M ... 7 8
8 .. . 279 40 7 72 81 244 40 7 90
21. ...9tf ... 7 71 t tl 20 7 80
98 194 180 7 7 (1 178 80 7 90
119 40 7 nH (S 1M 40 7 80
... 2M 240 7 7tH 71. ... If) 80 1 10
79. ... 911 80 7 771, 78 919 ... t 80
tl HO 80 7 nii 72 19 ... 7 80
'4 818 90 7 771, 90 88 40 7 0
90 7 77i 71 228 JM 7 80
3. 817 10 7 80 Ml Jit 190 7 90
J. . ..981 ... 7 90 89 989 ... 7 80
7 912 80 7 80 (4 l 90 7 11
t 814 120 7 80 M 21 240 7 80
37... . Ut ... 7 90 4 2S0 90 7 82U,
40 .. .. til 20 7 90 7 818 ... 7 81
84 8(9 110 7 HO 84 281 540 7 U
4 . 83? . . 7 80 8 318 110 7 91
49 . .321 40 1 80
95 .. 9A It ... . . ( )
88 . IN ... t 90 14... . 107 ... H
20.. . . 119 . . tdl
HIlKKP A strong undertone featured
tho trndo In fat hep nnd lambs today
and In some cnM trices looked If any
thing , llttlo hlg.irr, Although receipts
In sight wenv liberal for this tlmo of the
year nnd early advices from oulstdo
points Indicated slow trndo with a lower
tendency to prloes. these facts did not
previ-nt slight Improvement In locnl busi
ness. While the early movement wns no
better Ihnn fairly active, n clearance of
most of tho fat offerings wns mndo In
fair season. A load of rniigo lambs
brought as much as JM.1, uml about a
couple of loads of fed westerns sold as
high ns J7.10. Tho Iamb sales were re
garded by most salesmen ns fully steady
to strong as compared with the closo of
last weeK. Among the sales of fnt sheet
were two cars of range wethers at J4.20,
nnd two loads of western ewes that
brought J4.00, Kat sheep are fully steady,
with prices prevailing at Iho end of Inst
As noted above a liberal run showed up,
the receipts according to first estimate
amounting to about M cars or 23A)
head, ns compared with 28.051 head last
Monday, 19,320 head two works hko and
l$,tS head on tho same day Jnt "nr
As recently another fair sprinkling" or
fed ur tinttve stuff wns Included In tho
supply, u few bunches of very good fed
lambs being on the market. , ,
While feeders wuro In very fair supply
everything In tho feeding line sold fit
good, strong prices. Not many outsluo
buyers npprared on the market, but com
mission men apparently hnd a plenty or
orders for the bulk of tho most desirable
offerings. One hunoh of feeding lamos
sold as high ns Jil.SO and a string of feed
Ing ewes brought J3.25.
quotation on sheep and Iambi: I.amhs
good to choice, J7.004i7.15l Innibt. lair to
good, JR.r,fttl6.P0s lambs, feeder. J5.rA?.40;
yearlings, light, $4,755.2J: yearling,
heavy, J4.KVir4.75i yearlings, feeders, J4.60
U6.10; wethers, god to choice, J4.00lJ4.35;
wethers, fair to good, J$.25pS.75; wethers,
feeders, J3.754.25; ewes, good to choice,
JS.60tM.Wi ewer, fair to good, J.25Jf3.60;
ewes, feeders, JJ.001M.a5: awes, yearling
breeders, JI.5Offf..00; cull sheep and buoka,
No. Ay. Pr.
249 shorn lambs 84 0 60
331 fed lambs 71 J J;
73 8. 1). ewes, reoders.... 91 3W
im native lnnib 8 J 5
174 native ewrso , ..119 3 B
37 natlvo awes 100 3 oo
200 unlive, owes 1W 3 So
24 S. n. lambs, feeders 57 5 W
18 H. I). InmbN, feeder M 5 L,
38 S. 1. lnmbs, feeders 60 6 30
46 natlvo lambs, feeders...... W 0
Ol H. I), lambs, feeders 64 t 50
243 H, 1). lambs, feedors , 61 6 30
wo Wyoming wethers 113 4 20
Kl) Idaho lambs J IJj
400 Colorado yearlings 92 5 tw
000 Wyoming owes U... 07 4 00
1031 canners 8J
130 natlvo lambs, feeders....... 47 D CO
CHICAGO I.1VM .STOCK MARK 1ST
Ueiiiiind for Cuttle anil Itiitra Sternly
CHICAGO, Nov. 1R.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 27,000 lniiid : mnrket steady to 10a
lower: beeves, J6.30trl0.65; Texas steers,
J4.30flG.60: western steers, J5.GOfl9.00: Block
ers and feeders, J4.10fir7.10: rows and heif
ers. J2.764i7.40: calves. J6.M)(10.25.
HOaSRcCelptit, 39.000 head: mhrkct
steady! Bo decline overcome; light, J7.30rJ,(i
7.W; mixed. J7.35W.W; heuvy, J7.307.90:
rough, $7.30(9)7.50; pigs, J4.76fl7.25; built of
8H13I5P AND LA M BS Recel PtH, 48,000
head: market mostly 10c lower; native,
J3.50tr4.fio; western, J3.76W4.rrt; yenrllngs,
J4.MHld.00: lambs, native, J.l.Wfl'r.K: west
Nt. Louis Live (4 tuck Mnrkrl.
ST. LOPIB. Mo.. Nov. 1R.-CATTLU-
Rucclnts. 11.(00 head. Including 3.000 lluiid
Texnna; mnrket steady; native ithlpplug
and exporting steers, jK.otxU'ii.w; dressed,
and butcher steers. J6.35(Sel.75: stackers
and feeders. J3.7BC7.00: cows and helfors,
J4.ri01J7.10; canners. J2.754H.00; bulls, J4 00
6.50; calves. J6.aOll,0Q; Texan nnd Indian
steers. S4. 60317.25 cows aim nciiers, .i.ixtr
HOGS RecelplB, It.WJO head; market r(r
10c lower; pigs nnd lights, Jfl.60tf7.R0;
mixed and butchers J7,5057.83; good heavy,
HIIEEP ANU liAfllU." lioceipis, u,iv
head: market. lOBOu higher; muttons.
J4.W4.35; lnmbs, J5.5O4W.50: culls and
bucks, jJ.wifi'J); siocgers, .'.iuuj.tA.
ICiuiNim City Lire Brack .Mnrket.
KANSAS CITV. Nov. js.-CATTI.E-Rc-
colpts, 23,000 hend. Including 1,100 head
southerns: market stnndv and strong;
dressed bcof and export ulcers, J.S.opO'lO.Sftj
fair to good, J6.25iU7.7d: western steer,
$5.Ofr8.40; stockcrs and feodor. J4.7CW7.R5:
Kotitlinrii steers. I4.2nfi7.25: southern cow.
J3.Vsn4,00! native cows, J16O1I7.00; native
heirers, lo.wya.w; nuns, ai.wua.iu; caivcn,
HOGS Rocelpts, 8,000 liend: market, &Q
lOo lower; hulk of snies, J7.do7.7; neavy.
J7.70ff7.R0; packers nnd butchers, S7.tXKTJ
T.TR! llulita. 17.50I7.70: bigs. M.&OOTO.M,
SHEEP AND lioceipis, ii.imi
hrnd: market sleotiy; inmn. u.uks'.mi;
VMirllnim. J4.50ffl.OO: wotllfr. M.00fl6.00:
ewes, J3.804.riO; stockcrs and feeders, J3.00
Nt. .loseph Live Nliiok Mnrket.
ST JOSEPH. Nov. 1S.-CATTLE Ito-
r..l,it 5 ?frt hni1. Xfnrket atpfidvi steers.
J6.75910.60; cows and hclfrrw, jit.25tj8.75;
HOGH Revelpts, 5,600 head. Market
lnwer: too. 17.8.'.: bulk of RH 61. J7 7(VU7.H
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rcrelpts, 2,600
head, Mnrket slow; litmus, jq.twjji7.2D.
Stock In HJkhi.
Receipts of live stock at tho five prin
cipal western margeis yesieruay:
Cattlo. Hogs. Sheen.
Bouth Omaha 10.900 8,00 23.500
ftt, Joseph a.n ft.wsi i.im
Kansas City 23,000 8,000 11,000
St. Louis 11.000 9.800 5.000
NBW YORK. Nov. MKTALS-Cop.
nr. firm: standard, spot. J17.2O4fTT.40: No.
vembcr. J17.204?17.30; December and Jan
uary, J17.20fl17.40; electrolytic and lake,
8i7.tiWftl7.S7U: coating. J17.25fln7.s7U: ar
rivals, 290 tons; exports this month, LW
tons; exchange sales, 100 tons; Iondnn
market, steady; spot, 78 10s; futures, 79
&s. Tin, easy; spoi 10 .lanuary, ib.iwi
50.20: Iindnn market, easy: spot 28 Ii'
future, 22S 10m. I-ead. weak, at Jl.O'.li
4.76: London, fix 2s nd, Antimony, steady
Cookson's. J10.W. Iron, steady; No. 1
northern. J18.25W8.75: No. 2 northern, J1T-75
4318.25: No. 1 southern, J18.76319.35; No. I
southern soft, J18,tAl9.0n'. Cleveland wnr
tunts, G8s IVid In London. Spelter, 1-on-don
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 18. M ETA LB Lead,
steady; JI.50. Spcjter. steady; J7.30c.
N11W YORK. Nov. 1S.-COFFEU-FU-turcs
opened steady at unchanged prices
to an advnnco of 2 points on rcort8 of
flrmncsH In Urazll. Tho close wan steady,
nt net 2 points higher to 2 points lower.
Bales, 05,250 bugs; November, 13.C7c; no
comber, 13.64c; January and Februnry,
14.00c; March. 13.89c; April, 13.05c: May,
1403c; June, 14.05c; July. 14.07c; August,
14.10c; Beptembor and October, 14.13c;
spot, nulet. Rio 7, 14Vc; Santos 4s, 16Hc;
mild, nulet; Cordova, ICUWISc.
Tuleilli Seed Market.
TOLEllO, Nov 18.-BKKDHPlover.
nii.li r.rlmo il0.fl.i: Deeitilier. 811 M
March, 11.05c, Alslke, prime. J12.S0. De
cember JI2W. Murch. J12.97VJ. Timothy,
prime, jl 90; llccember, JI F2 .March.
i DEMOCRATS IN GREAT HASTE
Revision of Tariff at Earliest Mo
ment Urgently Desired.
SOME FEELING AS TO METHODS
Mntty Jlcrnhera Now Favor OtnrrnI
IUII t'ovrrlnsc Many Hchedulrn to
lie Krnmeil as .Irihatltnte for
WASHINGTON, Nov. U.-The form th
tariff revision Is to tako before tho spc
rial session of congress next spring hrt
Income a matter of strong lndlvldu.i
opinion among democratic senators and.
congressmen noiv here. Representative
I'ndcrwood, democrntlo house leader, wh
will reach Wilshlngton this week, has
given no Indication as yet as to his ouii
plan nnd It Is expected that democrntlo
leaders will confer at length over tjn-j
situation beforn advising I'resldfttil elgtV.
Wilson of any tentatlvo nrrangemepts. - ,
Mnny members now favor a general bill
covering many or nil of tho schedules ot
the tariff law, to be framed as a partial.,
or complete substltulo for the rayne
Aid rich law. Thoso who advance ttili . t
plnn claim It would bo tho speediest wayt
of fulfilling tariff pledges. .Others favoc
combining In a single bill those measures,
passed during tho last two years, buj-,
vetoed by President TaXt; and the prepa
ration of other single schedule bills to
follow this measure.
Unless the plan to rovlso tho cntlrt
tariff law In n single bllt should br
adopted, It la believed democrntlo lendetK
will urge tho calling of tho special session
before April 15. That date wiw set by
Piesldcnt-elect Wilson aa tho latest' upon
which ho' would assomblo tho new cotv
grcNS. DcmocrntB now hero doiiovo ute
new house can begin work In March, soof '"'
after the present admlnUtraUon rctlrci
from power, and bo organised and rcadj,
for tariff legislation early In April,
Short Henrlntvsi Plnnneil. - -
It Is expoctod that short hearings will".:
he given by tho ways nnd means com"
mitten to Industries vitally' affected, by
proposed tariff changes. The extent of it
these hearings, according to democratic ,
members df tho house who favor them,
will not be such na to Interfere with early
action on tho tariff hills.
The plan of distributing tha various
tnriff schedules ntnong tho subcommittee"
of the ways and means committee, wlildlr
wafl resorted to last year, wan found tn
operate efficiently both In Having- time', ,
and In obtaining the Information -neces".
sary to tho work of Iho committer, and ii.
Ik expected that this expedient will he
Senator Gore today expressed the opln
Ion that tho entire tariff revision shouK
bo concludod' beforo next July, permitting
tho Iniutgunillon pf the now achodulo with
Iho brglnlng of the flscnl year, July X
To secure perfect co-operation between
bullae nnd senate, Senator Ooro said he
probably wpuld suggest 11 Joint steortnK
committee ot members of both housea to
act together during tho approaching short
session In the, formulutlou of a tariff
measure for tho oxtr.v scfcslon.
"in that way," ho aald, "we could In
Hiiro tlin drawing ot a bill thnt would re v
celvo tho support of both houses from
tho start, saving the leso of much time
In subseuuent conferences."
4litittln to lie Ilusy.
it Is mit tho nurnoso ot tho republicans
lo allow tho decocratla program to bo
put through without remonstrance. They
wilt ask hearings on many ot tho sched-
uleH and republican scnale leaders expect
to bo able to make effective opposition
in many Instances.
"Tim democrats cannot get a free sugar
bill through tho senato," said Senator
Bmoot of tho flnanco commltteo today
Ho based his statement on tho under-
standing that Uie wcktorn senators ntir .
sure to oppose such measures and he salit .
there were other demccrotH who Would
stnnd out iwralnst that and other contem
Labor Leaders Talk
at Two Big Meetings-'
unmiEBTKn. N. Y.. Nov. 18. American '
Federation of Labor leaders wero heard
today In two big meetings, president: -
rimnners. Congressman William wusoiv
of Pennsylvania. Wlsa Maude Younger rff
Ban Francisco and Mls Josephine Casqy
of Chicago, wore tho speakers at tho
convention hall nnd Robert Smllllc, dele
gate from Scotland. Frank iinycs o
Indianapolis and Frod O, Whtlr of I.03
Angeles, spoko at a meeting in Bhubert,
theater, under tho auplce of tho social--1st
wing of the federation.
Referring to his arrest with jonrr.'
Mltchdll and Frank Morrison at Wash
Ingtotl, Mr, Gompcrs said:
"I deny to any Judgo or any net or
inriBfc the riKht to gag my mourn. 11
ludge by Injunction stifle tho mlntf
and- prevent frea expression, then th
vory csnco of our liberty lias been
stolen. I'ree speech and froe press hav
ever' been rogarded as Inherent and nutu-.
ral right. If daring to express tho
convictions of my heart involves a tenll"
of Imprisonment, Uiq sooner we know tho
better." " -
Alt speakers pleaded for non-unloH.,
workers to get inldo tho tpderatlon. Tha
convention's session will be resumed to
morrow. Train Strikes Auto; .
Auburn Man Killed
AUBURN, Neb., Nov 18. Adolph Riir
bbr waa Instantly killed and hla brother',
Herman, seriously Injured when a freight
train stuck an uutomobllo In which tho
two men, wero riding four miles north,
west of Auburn this afternoon. Adolph,
who wbj8 driving, triod to cross tho track
ahoad of tho freight, when tho machlno
stopped with tho front wheels across tho
track. The train hurled tho car forty
feet and Wth men were thrown clear of
Tnrpenilne and Itoaln.
SAVANNAH, Oa., Nov. 18. TURPKXi
TIN15 Steady at 37tjKa; sales, 1,079 bbls.;
receipts, 789 bbls.; shipments, 787 bbls i
stocks, 82,332 bbla.
ROBIN Firm, sale. 2.5S8 bbls.; . ro
celpts, S.230 bbls.i shipments. 6,841 bbls.,
stocks, 125,503 bbl. Quotations! . 11
and C !: D. J5.92W; E, J5.WS-5.93Vi, F,
O and H. J5.9Mf.00: I, J5.95; K. W.45, M,
J7.O0; N. !?.00; WO. J3.15; WW, J8.45.
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Drv Goods Market.
NBW YORK. NOV. 18,-DRY GOOUa
Cotton goods were strong for the day
Yarns were very firm. Hill 4-4 bleached,
goods were placed ut value. Raw silk
la firmer. Clooklngs and wool suitings fur
spot delivery wero lu better renucst.
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Ilulath Grain Market.
urU'TH. Nov. 18. WHEAT No. I
northern, S3lic; No. 3 northern, Sl'iyr
Montana No. 2 hard, to arrive, S3U". uei
cember. SXfiWHc bid; Jlay, S7ic bid
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