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THE BEE: OMAHA, THITHSDAY, NOVEMBER. 21, 15)12.
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HEAL ESTATE
CITY I'ltOPKHTY poll S.Vt.U.
$200 Cash
Balance Like Rent
Buys ..a, new three-room bungalow; has
large Jiving room, bed room nnd kitchen:
lias fine electric lighting fixture: ce
mented basement and walks: also chicken
house, with yard fenced; half-block to
oar line; handy to school and stores; lot
40x120. Call up or see
SCOTT & HILL.
Douglas lOW. 307 McOague Hldg.
Dundee, $4,000
$500 Cash
Seven rooms; four bed rooms, oak fin
ish first floor; house Just vacated and
owner offers at low price and easy terms.
High lot. 60x135, In excellent location,
llouxn about three years old and In good
condition.
OLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
DoMC 3963. 1219-22 City National.
$100 Cash, $20 Month
$2,100
7-roonl house, modern except heat; on
. paved street; paving alt paid; near car
nnd school.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO..
Formerly Shlmcr Chase Co.,
tea S. 17th St. Doug. 3507.
Automobile Plant
nulldiiig with nearly 100,000 sq. ft. floor
rspace suitable for automobile assembling
plant; with good Belt line trackage. Send
for cut of building and circular.
Harrison & Morton
916 Omaha Nat. Rank
D. 314.
Key to the Situation Deo Advertising.
REAL ESTATE
FAUM A RANCH LANDS FOB SALE.
California,
IMPROVED IRRIGATED LAND.
"1 and 40-acro tracts."
If you desire a CALIFORNIA HOME
tho best Investment for you to make Is In
tin improved irrigated tract In tho
IJWRY COLONY. The finest body of
Improved land In tho SACRAMENTO
VALLEY with a perpetual water right,
both river and rail transportation, graded
roads, schools, and only a few hours' ride
to Saprn.mento and San Francisco.
Land all developed and seeded to alfalfa,
paying an Income now; no wait as with
unimproved land. Each tract so planned
that trees can be planted without Inter
fering with the alfalfa. Soil Is adapted
to thfl growing of oranges, lemons,
almonds', walnuts or any of the decld
UOUB fnlltn. For Information address
U J. LOWRY. Willows, Cal.
Canada.
nniTiHtr nnliiniDla finest arrlcut
tural "land, Ncchano valley, near Grand'
Trunk; also on ueorgu, uariooo, x-eaca
River; -Bulkley valley. State requirements.
0 acres to 100,000. Lowest prices; easy
terms. Glenn & Co.. 421 Pender 8U
Vancouver. B. C.
Florida.
HIGHEST PRICED FARM LANDS,
Tho farm lands that mukt ultimately
rnmnutiil the hlirhcst Drlce of any In tho
United States on account of their earning
power and on account or. tneir location
as a desirable placo to live are" In Florida.
Theso lands muH, however, possess
certain district qualifications.
MUST .HAVE GOOD SOIL.
Ml'ST HR WELL DRAINED.
Must bo underlaid with artesian water
at shallow depth. ,
Must bo located where outs, rye, Irish
potatoes, cabbage, onions, etc., can be
rA.r. no i-lifrr VrnnH.
Where corn, cane, broom corn, sweet
potatoes,, otc., can bo grown on the same
land as summer crops and followed by
crabgress ana peavino nay as a ian
crop'.
Where 'Bermuda and carpet grasses (the
bost of all pasture grasses) produce abun
dantly. - ' , . .,
Where live stock and poultry of all
kinds ttirlye. . ...
Whc,ro water transportation comes Into
competition with rail. , , ,
'Where,. climatic and health conditions
are unexcelled.
OUR TANDS POSSESS ALL THESE
REQUIREMENTS.
We examined probably a million acres
of land before finding a tract that pos
sessed all these qualifications.
Resides all, this, nii aero In garden and
strawborrles, figs, peaches, Japan per
simmons, oranges and grapefruit will
supply green vegetables and fruit for a
family the year' round.
If you -want land for use or- for Invest
ment, you can't afford to lay this by
without Investigating.
At present prices we believe It the best
land Investment In tho United Slates.
Wo do not ask you to take our word
for It. We want you to see for yourself.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES.
We offer In tracts of 40 acres and up.
BENSON & CARMICHAUL,
642 Taxton Block, Omaha, Neb.
aeorffn.
TRAVERSED DY THE
GEEAT SOUTH GEORGIA
ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM-ATLANTIC
RAILROAD.
Lands adapted to .the widest range ot
crop. AH tho money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this earning country. Its soli,
climate, church and school advantages,
write, .
W. B. LEAHY. Pept K.
... General Passenger Agent.
ATLANTA. G
Iotra.
150-ACRE Polk county farm: well Im
proved; all good, level land; three miles
from town; good buildings. Price J140
per acre. Address Gracber Bros., Shel
dahl, la.
DO YOU DO ANY BUSINESS IN IOWA?
The Dcs Moines Capital is Iowa's most
widely circulated and most Influential
newspaper. Its dally circulation exceeds
43,000 copies. The classified advertising
rata" Is 1 cent a word or 6 cents a line.
You can sell your farm in Iowa or you
can buy land In lona by' the use of the
Des Moines Capital. The rate by the
month ! tl-20 u line. Address The Dcs
Moines Capital. Des Moines. Is.
lanaas. ,
M ACRES ALFALFA. H.SOO-HAMIL-
ton Co., Kan.; rich Arkansas river bottom
land, about l mile irom ivenuaw imam
line Santa Fe Ry.); good fence; no build
ings, 1.000 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
James L. Lombard, Owner. Kansas
City. Ilo.
Nebraska.
HOMESTEAD 160 acres rich farm land
for JI76, filing fees and all. Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sandhills. Land
around Kimball, J 15 to $25 an acre. Agents
wanted. J. A. Tracy, win pan, wen.
40-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND. J25 TO JJJ
PER ACRE.
We have for sale over 20,000 acres ot
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for U
years. Including 1910 and 1811, average
with the best In the' state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUN.DINGSLXND " INVESTMENT CO..
South Dakota.
HOJIESTBAD relinquishment on choice
quarter section In southern South Dakota,
a few miles from county seat town. Only
300. See us quick. Shuler & Cary, 1014
City National Bank mag.
TEN TIIOUSAND SHARES Hidden
Treasure Gold Mining and Milling Co.
stock at Lead. H. u.. joining tne tamoua
Homestake mine. This Is good property
and will double during the coming year.
Look this up. Address Box 458. Lincoln.
Neb.
' WIfoiisln.
Fine Farm Lands
Northern Wisconsin timber or clear;
nice lakes and river; best land In Wis
consin; best market In America; $1 per
acre cash; largo or. small tracts.
Ernest A. Arnold Co,
SUPERIOR. WISCONSIN.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Despite Low Prices of Wheat it
Seems to Be in Poor Demand.
MOVEMENT CONTINUES HEAVY
Corn Hull I.ond Vp Heavily on the
Ilnlne nuit Sold Ont Later tin
the llreak They llmr a
Unit Day.
OMAHA, Nov. 20. 1912.
Along wllh the lowest prices for wheat
In the present crop Is the poorest demand.
This combination Is truly a bearish factor
and sentiment favors the short side In a
most pronounced way. Wheat ha now
declined to such a level where the pro
ducer cannot boast Qf much profit In It
and, owing to tho enormous quantity
raised In the I'nlted States and Canada,
coupled with the prospects In the Vouth
ern hemisphere, there Is little on which
to base a claim for a reaction and ad
vance from the present prices. Nearly
every pleco of news to come forward
irom day to day has favored tno near
or short side of breadstuff. The actual
wheat Is moving out of the hands of
growers and country elevators In a man
ner seldom witnessed In the history of
the Chicago market. Omaha, St. Louis
and Kiumn nilv received 2.604.000 bushels
yesterday, which was 1,834,000 bushels In
excess of a year ago. This wheat, Instead
of going Into consumption or being
shipped out of the country, Is Piling up
In different positions nnd will soon be
counted Into the already Increasing vlsl-
oie supply, (.'asn wneat is jwuec iuwui.
Corn IiiiIIh hail n. Iinil (lav yesterday.
They loaded up early on the bulge altd
sold out later on the break. A point made
by a conservative trader was that new
No. 3 corn Is selllng'at a discount of 1
cent under December which Is unusual for
this season and It Is not believed that it,
will encourage a rush of corn to nurket
that will Justify short sales of December
at present prices. Bears regard tho mar
ket as a salo on every bulge, until there
Is a better demand for cash corn. It Is a
general Impression that farmers In many
sections are not prepared to feed cattle
and hogs on a largo scale and conse
quently n larger perrentago of corn than
usual Is likely to find Its way to market.
It Is likely that cheap corn will be u
strong probability In tho nest few months.
Csst corn was unchanged.
Oats were relatively stronger man tno
other grain yesterday and would proba
bly havo advanced moro had tho other
grains shown strength. The primary
movement was fair, and December oats
ar congested, and somo believe It will
take the actual grain In order to relievo
It. Cash oats unchanged.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,644 two
bushels and shipments 993.000 bushels,
against receipts 4t 669.000 bushels and
shipments of 651,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 662,000 bush
els and shipments 274,000' bushels, ngalnst
receipts of 663,000 bushels and shipments
of 393,000 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts wore 900,000 bush
els and shipments 1.020,(0 bushels,
against receipts of 360,000 bushels and
shipments of 331,000 bushels last year.
Clearances: Wheat and flour, 874,000 bu.;
corn, 68,000 bu.; oats, 826,000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, -d lower;
corn, Hd lower.
Tho following cash sales were reported
today: Wheat No. 2 hard winter, 1 car,
79c. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, 7Rc. Barley
No. 3: 1 car. 68c. Corn No. 3 yellow;
2 cars (new). 50c; 1 car. 49Ho; 1 car. 49c.
Np. 4 yellow: 1 car (new). 43Ho. Rye
No. 2!' 1 car, 00c; 1 car, 69V4c. Oats No.
2 white: 1 car. 30c. Standard: 1 car,
SOMo; 1 car, SOVic No. 3 white: 21 cars.
30c, No. 4 white: 2 cars, 29c; 1 car,
29Hc No grade: 1 car. 28&P
. Otnnhn Cash Prlrro.
WlfEAT-No. 2 hard, 78WSOc; No. 3
hard, 77VM?79c; No. 4 hard, 76"8c; No. 2
spring, 77HJ?79c; No. 3 spring. 70V45j784c;
No. 4 spring, 74i?76e.
CORN No. 3 whito. 471449o; No. 4
white. 42H2Hc; No. 2 yellow. 48H(ET60c;
No. 3 yellow, 43Jf43Hc; No. 3, 47ttS'19c; No.
4, 42Ji"42V4c.
OATS No. 2 white, 30;c; standard, 30V4
3TO4c: No. 3 white, 3vc; jno. wnito,
29V4299i. . ,
BARLEY Malting, 64002c; No. 1 ,feed,
44?'lOc.
RYE No. 2, fi9Hi5jOOc; -NO. i Wwac.
Carlot Receipt.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chlcaco ...
271
231
Minneapolis
Duluth
677
4S4
33
Omaha
14
30
45
Kansas City
78
St. LoulS 63
Winnipeg 1.003
Kaunas City Grain" anil Provisions.
v a msa s niTV. Nov. 20. WHEAT Un
changed to lc lower; No. 2 hard, 7985c;
No. 3. 78S81C; No. 2 red, 9&S9Sc; No. 3,
mp-. ... . - ,
CORN Hteaay to w. mwi-i,
mixed. 434S44c: No. 3, 4204211c; No. 2
Wnieo hlJher- No 2 white. 324
OATS C hlglier, J?. f wnuu. "txw
334c; No. i mixea, witinv.
Closing prices oi luiuri-ni
wheat- December. 7SH784c; May,
OATH UCCemuer, oinvi, tuuj, hb-h-.
RYE 65c.
l r AY Weak ' choice timothy. U.3.D0
14.00; choice prairie, S12.1S.OO.
BUTTER Creamery, 324c; firsts, 30V4C,
seconds. 2S4c; packlngC 234C23yc.
EGGS Extras, 234c; firsts, 2SH29o,
"'POULTRY Hens, 910Vsc; roosters, 9c;
springs, 114rl3c; young turkeys, 1&W&
Wheat, bu
78,000 166.000
30,000 22,000
2,000 12,000
Corn, bu ...
Oats, bu ...
NEW YORK OEJfKKAI. MARKET
Quotations of the Day. on nriou
Commodities.
vi.-.tv vnnif. Nov. 20. FIX5UR Market
quiet; spring patents, $4.4j64.i6; winter
straights. $4.45f4.55; winter patents, $4,6o
06.10; spring clears, $4.15&4.45; winter ex
tras No. 1. $4.05Q4.15; winter extras No.
o menif L'linua Ktrnlehtn. $1.10U4.0.
Rye flour steady; fair to good. $3.65(33.90;
niTnieo tn fane.. -iJ.93(iM.tM. Buckwheat
"flour, quiet; $2.0002.05 per 100 lbs.
COKNMKAL-UUli; nne vrai"
yellow, $1.601J1.65; ocurse, $1.4ofl.50; kiln
RYE Steady; No. I. wmc, c. i. 1.,
Buffalo. . . ... .., . .
BARLEY Quiet; reeuing, 08. c. 1. ..
New York: malting, 674Tic, c. 1. 1..
wuiJiATRtwit market, steady; No,
red, $1,054 elevator and $1,064, f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, 9IV4C f. o.
b. afloat. Futures market closed 4c
net lower; December. 92ViG93Vie. closed
92 13-16c; May, 96U07c. closed SOTic.
CORN-rspot marKet, iirm; export, tji..
f. o. b. afloat to arrive.
a rro ' (4nns. mnatlm n out" Ktanrliii'il
white. 37c, nominal? No. 3, 36Hc; No.
.
100-pound sacks, $22.60; standard middling.
100-pound sacks, $22.60, city, lw-pound
sacks. $23.25.
HAY Quiet; prime nominal, No. 1,
I1.10S1.U4: No. 2, 95C&ILO0; No. 3, 75fc&0c.
imps-Ouiet: state, common to choice,
1912, 2&33c; 1911, 12i17c; Pacific coast,
1912. W24C! 1311, nei9c.
HIDES Firm; Central America, 284c;
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 27
Q28c; seconds, 2627c; thirds, 21tr21c; re
lects. 18c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; ines.
III3AT, ESTATE
KARBl A UANCH LANDS) FPU StLb
MUsourl.
nmcMtKH-l m free, healthful. nrodUC
tlvo homesteads In the Orarks and 1,000,000
In western states. .muw, im iiv;uio
and descriptions, 26c Riverside Coloiif,
Monett. mo.
14 VR HTIR'K MAUKKT OP AVK3T
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Bv
mileage ana iniunc ivui .uu.nu-
mtnts receive prompt and careful attexi'
lion.
I, lrr StocU coniniissiou iierrnxui.
BYER3 BROS, fc CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. tn Exchange Bide.
Snydor-Malone-Coffman Co,, l.'a Ex. Oldg
I4AVEKTY PROS.. I3S Exchange D'dg
"MARTIN BROS, etc CO,, Exchange Bldg.
'ciay. Robinson & Co., 200 Exchange IUdgT
mT&ffl9.60i family, JJAOOthUOO; short
clears, Stt.COtf 14.14. Beef, strong; mess,
tl9.0Otf3i),00; family, J&OftTS4,00; beef hams,
lU.fXV, nominal Lard, firm, mlddlo
west, prime. JU.fXMU.60; refined, firm;
continent, 111 M; South America, $1170;
compound, 7.S144f8.1JH.
TALLOW-Steady; prime city, hhds.,
6Uc; special, lke; country'. GtJC-V'
BrTTER-8teadyi receipts, M41 tubs;
creamery extras, SSc; held extras. 314 If
33c ! state dairy finest. 33c; process ex
tras, 274(TVfc, factory, June make, firsts,
24W4J25c; current make, firsts, 244c.
CHKE8-Flrm; receipts, S.1SS boxes;
stato wholo milk, colored specials, I7ic;
fresh, best, 174c; skims, 4tn4Hc
EGOS Easy; fresh gathered extras, ssg
41c; refrigerator special marks, fancy, 23V4
324c. state, 24c; nearby nelinery white,
fancy large, now laid, 6500o; selected
whites, good to prime, 4.Vlf6Jc, common to
fair, 2&43c western gathered whites,
334J420.
POULTRY-Llve, steady; western chick
ens, 114c; fowls, lay 13c; turkeys, 18c.
Dressed, firm, fresh killed western
chickens. 13U"19c; fowls, 12ttjri3Mc; tur
koys, 204124c.
rillCAMO CHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading: and Cloning;
Prices on Hoard ejf Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 20.-Export sales at
Kaunas City rallied wheat today after
tho market had touched a new low level
for this year's crop. Closing prices were
firm, 4c to o abovo last night. Corn
showed a net advance of HSHc and
oats a gain of Vic to He In provisions
the outcome varied from Co decline to a
rise of &0u.
Highest prices of the day In wheat came
Jim before the last bell. The market
had been comparatively Indifferent to ad
vices concerning export business at New
York as tho bulk was believed to be
Canadian. Large sales to Europe from,
Kansas City, however, for shipment from
Gulf cities, had a stimulative effect hero
and were declared to mean that South
western hard winter grades had reached
a competing basis wllh Canadian spring.
Favorable weather In Argentina and
Australlla and large offers from Russia
at Liverpool tended to keep wheat de
pressed hero tho greater part of tho tlmo.
A heavy Increase of stocks at Minneapolis
gave further advantage to tho beur sldo
until foreign activity at Kansas City
brought about a rebound.
May wheat flustuatrd between 89o
and 904c with final sales Vo net higher
at S0SW4c.
Fear of a saueexe In December con
tracts led to an upturn In corn. Tho
country was said to be offering but llttlo
owing to low prices. May runged from
47o to 47Hc. closing firm at 47Sc, a net
gain ot of U03c. Cash grades were
atendv. No. 2 vullotv was not nuoted.
Somo falling off fin primary receipts
caused oats to develop strength. May
sold from 32tf324o to 324c, with tho closo
Ho up at 32Ho.
Active futures on tho provision list went
sharply higher as a result ot continued
Bhortugo In hog arrivals. At the end
of the session pork was 224 to 60a
dearer and other article generally 10c to
20c higher.
Artlclei Open. Hlgh-I Low. Close.l Yea'y,
Wheatl
Dec.
May.
July.
Corn
Dec
May.
July.
Oats
Dec.
May.
July.
Pork
Jan..
May.
Lard
Nov.
Dec
Jan.. S4tfftH
89tt'.i0'i
874SH
85
83 i
89
84M
90HW
90ViH
B6e
S75i
4774
47H
48H
3141
324
334:
19 45
18 60
11 SS
87
47UQH
47T
47H
47
4S
31
47H
47&MJ4
48tf484!
47H
4SH
47WOH
484
3l3lH
8141
32&324
324
324
;3as324
324
32'4
324
19 10
18 60
11 30
11 15
S24
19 06
19-474
18 624!
18 95
18 42-45
18 374
11 35
11 20
10 90
10 36
11 30
11 10
11 40
U 17H
11 07-10
10 77-82
10 774
10 in
10 35
10 774
May.
10 23
10 25
10 20
10 25
Ribs
Jan.
10 20-22
10 374
10 374!
10 174
9 874
May.
9 9241
10 00
9 924
10 00
Cnsh quotations were as follows
FLOUR Easy; winter patents, M.SOft
4.85; winter "straights, 14.1034.60: spring
patents, 4.20Q6.20! spring straights, $3.90
yi.uj; palters, isjujfs.w.
RYE No. 2, 60c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 44Q60c; fall-
to cholco malting, b90u7Oc.
SEEDS Timothy, . $3.00(83.75! clovor.
13.WIi 17.00.
PROVISIONS Mess, pork, tl7.0ftirl7.23;
lurd (In tierces), $11.40; short ribs (loose),
10.374IB'10.87W
Total clearances of wheat and flour
wore equal to 874,000 bu. Primary receipts
were 1,644,000 bu., compared with 609,000 bu.
tho corresponding day a year ago. isstl
mated receipts for tomorrow: wheat, S9
cars; corn, Zl5 cars; oats, 176 cars; hogs,
21,000 head.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No, 2 red,
99cig$1.02; No. 3 red, 90g9Sc: No. 2 hard,
M'kn&o'ftc; xso 3 nara, ssjiov,c; no.
northern, 85JS6c; No. 2 northern, 815
854c; no. 3 northern, 80uS3c; No, 2 spring,
838oc: No. 3 spring. &OS82o: No,
spring, 74?T80a; velvet chuff, Rtt?j"S54cj
' durum. 838tfc. Corn: No. 3, 63064a;
. 46a47c: No. 3 white, old MUM
new. 46447c; No. 3 white, old. G6tia
wici new, 47c; rso. a yellow, old, wnnic;
new, 44Q4SUc; No. 4, new,- 45JI46Hci No,
white, old, 62c; new, 4o46Uc. Onts:
No. 3 white, 3lMW2io; No. -4 white, SOtt
Sic: standard. xiii;ki!C.
ttye: No. 2. 60c. Barley. 4.S4174C Timothy
seed. S3.00(ff3.7B. Clover seed, 13.0017.DO.
uutthii Hteady; creameries, sasrac:
dairies. 2&ff31c.
EGa&-8teady; receipts. Myao; at
mark, cases Included, 2205a; ordinary
firsts. 24c: firsts. 27c.
CHEESE Weak; daisies, 16KU'lYsc:
twins, 1516c; young Americas, 16WO
M4c: long horns, 16ViQ'16Hc.
POTATOES Firm; receipts. 45 cars;
Michigan. SSMo; Minnesota, &08&2c; Wis
consin, 48ig"filo,
POULTUV Alive, weak; turkeys, 17c;
chickens, 10c; springs, 10Wc
veal steady; ikjmc.
St. l.nnU (lenernl Market.
ST. IiOUIS, No'. 20. WHEAT Cash,
lower: track. No. 2 red, S1.0l'l.03tt; No.
2 hard. 84i886c. . ,.,..
COHN Lower; tracK, sso. , . wnionsc;
No. 2 white. 47052c
OATS Firm; tracK, iso. z, -jzujiytc; no.
2 white, 33V4&
Closing prices or luiurra:
WHEAT llrm; December, 8Wc; May,
Dieonic. .
COHN High; uocomDer. vimianc;
May. 48WO-ISHC. n
OATH Steady; December. 34Ho; May,
E2;c
JtYE tTncnaugea; wc.
FLOUIl Dull:, red winter patents, $4.75
(ftS.OO; extra fancy and straight, f4.154.GQ.U
hard winter clears, 13.603.85.
BEED Timothy. 110.00.
CORNMBAL 13.10.
U HAN Weak; sacked, east track, 89
tjSlc.
IIAV oleaay ; timotny, is.wuu.w; prai?
rie, J12.00S 16.00.
IIAUOINO 10 3-16C.
TWINE Hemp. 8c.
PltOVISIONS-Pork. Unchanged; Job-
blng, J1G.&0. Lard, unchanged, prltnn
steam, 10.72yl0.82H. Dry salt meat
loww; boxed extra shorts, I11.37V4; clear
ribs, 11.37; short clears. I11.87V4. Uacon
lower; boxed extra shorts,- 112.37H; clear
ribs. $12.37H; short clears, 112.8714.
POULTItY Firm; chickens. guC;
springs, 12c; turkeys, 16c; ducks, lie;
geese. 10c.
HUTTBii-jtigner; creamery. zyys4,ic
EOOS Firm at Mc.
London lead, 18 2a d, Tndon speller.
Kecetpts. Shipments
Flour, bbls
g,WO 16.UW
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu ...
Oats, bu ..
, .7fl,000
..a,cno
.,39.000
K7.00Q
tt.con
C9.00V
3lllwankee (iraln .Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Nov, M. WHEAT
No. 1 northern, 85(S86c; No. 2 northern,
82Q81c; No. 3 hard winter, StV887o; Decem
ber. 82; May, 877ltf87V4c.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 573c: No. J
white, 58c; No, 3, 55007c; December, 4c;
May, 47,c
OATS-Standard. 32Hc,
BARLEY 643 72c,
Liverpool drain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 20.-WHEAT-Spot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, now, 7s
7Vzd; No. 2 Manitoba, new. 7s EHd; No. 3
Manitoba, new, 7s 4d; futures, steady;
December, 7s1 3;d; March, 7s 1W, May,
7s 2Hd.
CORN Spot, easy; new American,
kiln dried, 6s 7d; futures steady; De
cember, 4s lOHd; January, 4s lid.
I'enrla Market.
PEORIA. Nov. 30.-CORN-Cash. Wfti0
lower. No. 4 white, new, 43c; No, S yel
low new. 4444VaC, old, 66c; Np. 4 yellow,
new, 42ft42ftc. sample, 3U-341C
OATS-Steady, standard, 32V4c, No, 1
white. JlUc. No, i white, SOUc.
until vnnir nmnnir liinvnm
ttftYl IUli OlUUIV nlRlYMil
Trading for Greater Part of Session
of Professional Character.
WATTING TENDENCY EXHIBITED
Demand Chiefly for I'nlou Pacific
and Copper lur l.uiiilciu nl
Outaet lleprenaed, but
lleeiver l.nter.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. -A fut tiler dis
position to await tho outcomo of events
at home nnd abroad was manifested by
today's stock market Trading for tho
freater part of thn session was of the
amlllar professional character and
movements were very liarrow.
The tendency was mlldlv reactlonan lit
the early hours, with persistent heaviness
In United States Steel, Reading mid a
tew outer alternative ravorltes. in the
final hour pressure relaxed slightly and
recoveries to nr ullahtlv AhnvA VAKtitrilnv'N
closing were recorded, dosplto a sudden
anvancQ in call money to 6 per cent.
London's markets were depressed at thn
outsot but recovered later, and somo buy
ing for that account was reported here.
Tho demand was chiefly for coppors and
imion t'aciric. i'aris prices indicated firm
ness and Berlin was observing a religious
holiday.
tomo important fluaiirliig was an
nounced. The New York, New Haven
Hartford sold $10,000,000 one-rear notes to
a banking syndicate, a considerable part
of which It Is understood will be used
tor rerundlng purpose. Directors or the
Vanderbllt lines authorlind tho issuance
ot $24.(XK,000 equipment notes, a large
share to be applied to payment of con
struction material and rolling stock. The
one Important railway return for October
was that of the Baltimore A Ohio road.
showing a net gain of $115,000.
iionos rouowea tne courso or mocks,
shading a trtflo In somo of tho moro Im
portant Issues. Total sales, par value,
$1,600,000. United States government bonds
were ttncnnngcd on call.
Number of sales nnd leading quotations,
on stocks wero as follows:
Film. tllh, !w CI"
Amsltimittd coppt?
Amtrlran Asrlcultural
Am. Iltot fuir
American Can .......
S.M0 M SIS 4Ti
.. m
141, it t(U
l,oo 4Ht 4PV1 41
too m m iti'4
American tn pfd
Amtrtcsn C. A F,...
American Cotton (Ml.
Am, Ic Securities....
600 H'i im t
6,500
inn
mid
MM
1,100
M4
lU
li
5H,
II
11U
71
51
American Unsfd . .
Amrrlctn LKOmotlre
,lU
American S. A H....
7H
Am. 3, A It. pfd,.
700 1M Ids IN
Am. suir lUdnlnt Wo ltoU lto4
American T. A T 600 II 14 1I1U lVt
American Tobacco S00 tTD JM M
Anaoonds Mlnlnj Co l.roq 4 41H Wt
Atchlnon
i.wo w urn
Atcblton pM ,
Atlantic Cout Lin 100 11 ill
fwtiiuiorv w vinio. ........ wo luvt ivn 1U?
llethl.hera Sle.t 1.100 iOi JH4 u
llrookljm ltapld Tr......
Canadian Taclflo
3.000 lot P044
S.800
1,100
l.fOO
': "u iuu
"L . .
Cntrl lyoatber '.
lilt IlVi
CAcmneake A Ohio
SI SOU Wi
rhlcaco O. W
Chlcaco, M. A St. P
Chlcaio A N. W
t'olori.lo F. &
Consolidated Oi
Corn Product! .
100
1IU 1IU in
4,100 mt 114H HIS
300 Mill U'H HI
loo ss n .it
1,100 Ut lllii 113
00 15U 111, 15S
IMIaware A Iuuon
.,M "J.H "'J J"'
Donrer A Itlo Orsmle.,..
Penrer A II. (I. pfd
oo :iv :
:i.
Dlttlllvn' securlt en ....
wo
1,000
coo
MS
81 '4
IH
Ms
3414
Krle
Kris let pfd
lH
MVi
rjrie ;i prd
3',
13H
,3oo nt'.t ins mk
00 4K 44
Oenersl Rlectrlo
ureet Northern pfd
(Irrat Northern Oiv ctfs.
IlllnnU Central
Interborouth .Met
Inter. Met. prd
International lltrveeter..
Inter-Marine pfd
International Paper
International Pump
Kaneaa City Southern...
Laiclede (las
1fthlth Valley
rxiulivllle A Kiuhvtlle...
M., Bl. P, A g. g. M....
Missouri, K. A T
Mlesourl Pacirio
National Meruit
National iLenil
n. u. or m. td prd..
Now York Central
N. Y 0. i W
Norlolk A Weetern......
North American
(Northern Pacirio
Pacific Mall
I'ennerlrenla
I'eople'a Oaa
).. C., C. A St. L
Plttebursh Coal
Preaeed Pteol Car........
Pullman Ittlace Car
Heading ,
100 121 123
3,800 20 U
l,"00 MU MH
300 iiOK 120
12
UK
n
ms
13 I
(.00
200
2
?
:
21T
V
10514
2,600 174U 174 174l
400 1 Uili Uh
IM lion nos 140
200 274 27H 17 VI
3,000
41H 43U 41U
'JJ 'H. T??if
200 27W 27 27
M 7
SOO 114H 114U H4l4
Ilk
300 11SH 119
1134
33
nt;
34 K,
123
11SH
10414
3t's
87(4
1(3
171
3,300 12IT. It3i
100 314 3I
300 12314. 123
1,400 111H nt
100
100
23
7i
23
374
43,300 17194
170
Hepuellc I. A S 4.000
27H
3iu lu mw
2su 2b2 jsu
43 4S 414
33 t14 30
20i 20H 201.
4 41!t 4344
2H
27
tlepubllo I, A 8. pfd noo
iiock uiaaa ud i,7H)
Itvck Inland Co. pfd 600
St. U A R. r. td pfd... tOOO
Snahoard Air Line
Seaboard A, L. pfd
Sloaa-Sheirield S. & I...
Southern Pacific
Southern llallwar
So. Hallwar pfd.
TeDneeaee Copper
Teiar A raclfle
Union Paclflo
Jnlon lecUlc prd
tfnltrd Slatee Unity...
United States Ilukber...
United States Steel
U. S. Steel pld
Utah Copper
100
300
i'viA iiou it!
s'SS mh i,' l!u
:? . ?7
.;3
300
.. .. 4o2
nu mu ti
1.100
20,700 17314 171M I721i
800 tin l 3t
100 31 31
11
. 10.SO0 t4 tlli
. 34,000 744 7314
300 HIS ltl'.i
"J
1114
4
4
114
Mli
73
3014
4
Va. -Carolina Chemical .
300 44
300 4
. 400 134
300 f,44
44
4
1314
(44
Wabash
"Wahaah prd
western Maryland
Western Union
Westlnthouee Electrlo
Whecllan A L E
300 304 SOVtj
Total sales for the day, 304,100 shares.
New York Money .Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20.-MONEYOn
call. firm, at bvtilt tr cent: rullnir ratn.
Mi per cent; closing bid, 54 per cent; of-
rerea at d per cent. Time loans, easier:
sixty days, 6 per cent; ninety days, fi4
per cent; six months, 5VS6CV4 per cent.
I'lllMU MUKUAWTIUU PAPER 6 ner
cent.
STERLING HXCHANuE Heavy, with
actual business In bankers' bills at JI.8070
for sixty-day bills and J4.81S5 for demand;
commercial bills, U.M.
SILV13K liar. IB'c: Mexican do lnrs.
480.
HONDS Uovornment. steady: railroad.
easier.
Closing iiuotatlons on bonds today were
as follows;
V. B. rf: 2s, re,. 101 k. u. Bo. ref. It,.,
do coupon i.ltl I,. B. deb. 4s 1831 , .. :,
U. S. 3a, ref 19114 1 & M usl. it.... 7V4
do cospon 101HM. K, A T lit 4i . M14
U, 41. 4s, reg 1134 'do sen. 4V4s t
do coupon ........ lllkMo. I'aclflc it 7tV
Panama 3a, csopoa. .1014 da oonr. Cs 3714
A.-O, let 3s ctrs..., 3014 N ft It of M 4V4s l
Amer. Ax. It t01iN. Y. C. 3s.... M
A. T. A T. e. 4s 1114 ia deb. 4 311
Am, Tobscco ee,...lI?J4N. Y. N. II. A II,
Armour A Co. 4tts. 3114 er. 1144 SO
Atchison sen. 4s.... 37VtM A W, 1st o. 4s,. 37U
do ct. 4s 1M 105 do cv. 4t lit
do ct. to lOIHNo. Paclflo 4e U
A. C. U lt 4e.. ... V4 do 3 .tali
Dal, A Ohio 4s 3714 0. 8. I.. rfd. In. . l
do 3V4s 314 Penn, cr. 314s WIS ,
Drook. Tr. cv. 4s... 3044 do con. 4e 102VS
Cen. of Q a. ts IMV4 Reading pn. 4 9S
Cen. Leather 6s.... 115148. U A 8. F. ff 4s. 77
Ches. A Ohio 44s. 334 do (en, ts 334
do oonr. 4Hs 3i 8t. I,. 8. W. c. 4s.. V
Chicago A A. tt,s.. 3314 3, A. U ad, ts... 77.14
C. B. A Q. j, 4s.... 344 80. Tae. col. 4s HvJ
do gen. 4s. . . . 34S do cr. 4 M&
C M A 8 P ct 4Hs. 104S do 1st ref. 4.. . . SI.
C K. I, A P. c 4s, 7V4Fo. Hallway ts 10314
do rtg. 4 3114 do gen, 4s 73
C. A 8. r A 4V4s 344 Union paclflo 4a,... 394
D. A H. CT, 4s.. . 3714 do cr. 4s. . .. 10J
D. A It. 0. ref. t. 1314 do 1st A ref, . 25U
Distillers' Is . . .73 U, 8. Rubber Cs.. 10 JU
Brie p. 1. 4s. .. 3IUP. & Steel 2d Is,. .102
do rnl 4e 73Va..Car. Chem. ts, l
do cv. At. ser. D 7744 Wabash 1st A tt. 4s 41 li
III. Cen. 1st ref. 4s 35 Western Md. 4e. ... 1114
Inter. Met. 4e SOT, Wast. Else. or. l . 3JV4
Inter. M. M. 414S-. 644 'Wis, Centrsl l. .. jit'
Jspan 414s 3014
Bid. "Ottered
Sere Vnrk Mining; MorLe,
,NEW YORK, Nov. 20.-C1osnir tUota-
tiona on mining biocks were;
Cora. Tunnel etock,. 3 Meih-an .. ,
.170
200
50
100
40
do bonds
IS Ontario
Con. Cel, A Vs..
Iron Sllrer
euadvllle Con. .
Little Chief .
Offered,
30 Ophlr
1(0 Stsndsrd ... .
3 Yellow Jsrlet
. 3
Hank of Fraucei Statement,
PARIS. Nov. 20. Tho weekly statement
of the Bank of Franco when Issued to
morrow will show Increases of 1.M1.0U)
francs In gold and 1,229,000 francs In Kil
ter holdings.
Treasury Htutemienl,
WASHINGTON. Nov. SO.-The condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning or uuHineHS toaay was, work
Ins- balance. IM.lUi.uSl, In banks and Phil
Ipplne treasury. J31. 939,536, total ot general
fund. J146.C01.993. Receipts yesterday Jt
996,246, disbursements, 11,933,301 Deficit
this fiscal vcar is ti.os4.639. against a def
lilt of W3.(OVS7S last year. Theso figure
I for recrlnts. disbursements and deficit ex
cltido Panama canal nnd public oeut
transactions.
London Nlnek Market.
LONDON. Nov, nv-The slock market
opened depressed today, but recovered
shortly on better Austro-Servlan news
and the cessation of hostilities pending
peace negotiations In the Balkans. Paiylng
became general later and prices closed
higher on the day, especially mining
shares, which were supinirlcd by Farts,
Central of Ixuidon and City and South
iAjndon Tube shares declined despite
their absorption by the Hpcyer group,
American securities wero quiet nnd fea
tureless. Ixtndon closing slocks
Consols, raontr t VUIoulitllU N Hi
do sctount.. , 7SM., K. T ..
Anul Coppsr JiN. Y. Cnlrl Ill
Ancond .. .. Norfolk A w... . . 1114
Atfklwm IUH do M l
ia vM IMUOnUrlo A W M
nlllmor A OMj . IMlilVnn;linU ... UH
CkntdUn IHeltlc . i;unml Mln 14
ChM. A Ohio MMtitollltis
Chlfo a. W . . lHSoutlitrn III ... SOH
Chi., Mil, !U I. 1IIW Jo rM
I llwM 11 f!authtn rclflf . . .1141
ttontor A Hto 0 . M Union Pacific It7i,
do pfd U do rM
Krie SimU . ftel t
do tit ptil.... (I An pfd 1IU
do Id p(d 44 W.bh '.
Ortnd Trunk IVi do pfd !
Illinois Ontrsl.... UKi
SILVER--llor, steady at 59d per ounce.
MONEY-SVil3V per cent.
Tho rate of discount In the njien market
for short bills Is 414,114 15-16 per cent: for
Ihreo months' bills, 4 JS-tr.fH'i per cent.
llostnn CIosIiik Mtncks.
BOSTON, Nov. 20, Closing quotations
on stocks wero tin follows!
Allouti 4U4Mihwk
Anil. (Jopprr HNTd Om MS
A. r. U A 9 IMiNlplstlnt Mian . . S
Arliona Com 4 North Putts Wa
P. A C C A S. M. M.rlh lks S'i
Cal, A Arlionn. T OM Dominion USt
Cal. A llecli M 0il Hn
OnUnnlat lHQulncr I'1
Cop, Kanm C. (. .. IT Shinnon l4
Kt Hulls C M... IS Suferlor 48
rranklln IV Superior A I). M . IS
(II four Con ViTnmrck ll
Oranbr Con 744 V- H. P. 11- M
(lrwno CannnM
do pfd KT4
Inle llorslo Copper MHUUh W
Krr lJke ... . ttl-ltL'Uh (.Vpiwr Co
Lak (Vpper 11 Wlnonn ... .
I Sll Cnpptr... IViWolTcrins .
M
4
74
Hank Clearlnus,
OMAHA. Nov. !0,Thn Omaha bank
compared wtlh 13,450,311.32 for the same
, . .. , - t . mete n
,oy last year, Bnowing khiii oi .iin.f..
I ...
Lotils l.l Stek Mnrkel,
! HT. Iit'IH. NiiV. 20 OATTLIO ltn.
celpts. 10,000 head. Including 300 head
Toxans; market weak to lower; natlvo
snipping ami exporting steers, fi.wnii.w;
dressed and nutchor steers, Jft.3s5j8.7r1:
.HHaM.A.Y.
"lSKrB ilwi ??S5".T
lirncm, .wiiv.iu, uiiiiunin, .linui.w,
nuns, it.iunu.nu; caiven, i.uviiii.u; icxiik
,,H.t ,i taim ia, ......... .....I
1.1". Illinnii oimir, fT.ivuitiu, vuna (ill,.
elfrrs. SS.2MIS 10.
HOliS-Kcculpts, io.ww neaij; lnarant
steady; pigs and lights, S6.7Hi7.90; mixed
nnd butohers, t7.CBfl7.W; good heavy, 3,7.85
fflCT.Pfl.
SHIOI.'.P AND l.AMllftHnce tits. 8.01X1
hud! mnrlint 10,. lnwrr! nillllnns. Sl.llMil
4.35: lambs. SR.tIr7.r.O: culls and bucks.
t2,06Q.3; stockers, tUr.fiS.W.
Kniisnn Clt)- Live Ntoek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Now 20. CATTLE
Hecelpts, 8,000 head, Including UU head
southerns; market steady to weak;
dressed beet and export steers, SllMlf
10.85; air to 4,-ood, S6.WI18,0U; western
steers, S3.904iO.2O; stockers and feeders,
S4.rAn8.O0; southern steers, 4.2&(U?.'G;
southern cows, S3.7W5.W; native cows,
S3.6Mf7.2ll: native heifers, $o,00fl.25; bulls,
J4.2W5.0il; calves, $3.C0U0.2B.
HOOS llccelpts, 18.0H0 head; market,
steady; close strong; hulk of sules, S7,5M
7.S5; heavy. S7.7BJi7,90; packtirs and butclt-
era, S7,fi51i7.90 light, J7.KXtf7.70; pigs, J(..31i
(1(7.00.
SHEEP AND LAMHS iiecolpts, " 0.000
head: market steady and strong; lambs.
lfi.ofWi7.M! vearllniTH. S1.&0(H5.75: wethers.
J4.2MlCO0; ewes. S3.S0iiM.Mi stockers and
......v.-, .....
Cotton .Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. S0.-COTTONfiPot.
closed steady; middling uplands, 12,40a;
middling gulf, 12,G.r)U; sales, 200 bales.
Futures closed steady; closing bids:
November, H.Kic; December, 12.0ic; Jan
uary, 12.12c; February, 12.1Ro; Muroh, May
and June, 13.22c; July, l2.2lo; August,
12.10c; September. U.7So; Ootobnr. 11.07c.
LIVEHPOOL, Nov. 20.-COTTON--Spot.
Increased demand; prices steady; Amer
ican middling, fair. 7,41c: good middling.
7.07c; middling. 8.87c; low middling, 0.89g;
god oidliiacy, C.23o; ordinary, 5.7fc; sulos,
8.000 bales,
1 Metal Market,
KEW YOIIK". NnV. 20. M ETA LS Con-
Peri F'nn; standard, spot. J17.20 bid; No-
vember and Deocmher. SI7.aO(ff 17.C0; Jan-
i,. I7 9ftil7 JR. .ililrnlvlli ami lnl.
tiary. SI7.20O17.M: electrolytic and lake,
ll7,C2il17.87riO castings, 17.2r,lfM7.37M!.
Tin: Weak: snot to January. J49.40ra49.7fli
Lead: Quiet at J4.6S bid. Speltur: Steady
at S7.404f7.C0. Antimony: Steady; Cook-
vnn'H. 110.no. Iron: Steudv and unchanged.
Copper ni rivals, l,2fi0 tops. Exports this
tnnntli. 8.fi7 tons. Indon Conner. UUlet:
spot, 78; futures, 78 15s. Local ox
chungu sales of tin wero 25 tons. Ixindon
tin, oasy; spot. 226 f.s; futures, 220 10s
lxndon lead, 18 2s fid. Iuidon spelter
20 10a, Iron, Cleveland warrants, GSs In
London.
HT. LOUIS. Nov. 20.-MHTAIS-Iyad,
fteady; t.W. Spelter, flrmj J7.30.
Minneapolis (iralu Market.
MINN13AlOLlS. Nov, 20. WHEAT
Decembor, 80ic; May, W5V4c. Cash. No,
1 hard, SStto; No. 1 northern, SlAiW.Jc!
No. 2 northern, wwumw, iNo, s, uviw
79V4f.
CORN no. 3 yaiiow. 4ujmic,
OATO-No. 3 white. 20Wfl28c.
RYU No. 2, 664,680.
llRAN J18.00O18.U). .
FLOUR First patents, Jl.l&iil.oti wcond
patents, J4.004.25: first clears, J3.0tftf3.30;
second clears, J2.2O3r2.50.
FLAX fl.324-
BARLEY 104 59c.
Toffee Market,
NEW YORK, Nov, 20.-COFFKE-FU.
tures opened at unchanged prleos, but
eased off under easier cables. The close
was steady at a not dncllno of i to 10
polntH, Bales, 41,260 bags. Novemlx-T and
Doccmbor, 13.62c; January and Fcbruury.
IS.fiOo; March, 13.78o; April, 13.h5q; May,
13.M)c; June, 13.94c; July, 13.90c; August,
UliSc; Bcptemher, ll.Olo; October, 14.00a
Snot, barely steady; Rio 7s,ll4V4c; Santo
4s, 16Uc. Mild, ((iiloti Cordova, IfiliWlSo
Dry 4, tnds Mnrkef,
NEW YORK. Nov. 20.-DRY OOOD8
Thu cotton goods market ruled strong,
with buying somowhut restricted through
the stiffness of prices. Worsted yarns
havo beon bought liberally from spin
ners for deliveries running wen into
March of 1913. At U silk UUCtlon hold
during the day prices wero fair and the
distribution of the 4,wu pieces was com
nlptfi.
Turpentine unil lloslii,
BAVANNAH. Gtt.. Nov. 20. TURPES'- !
TINE Finn, 3tnitj3uV.c. Sulea, 839 bbls;
receipts, 715 bbls,; shipments, 124 bbls.,
domestic; stock. 33,616 bbls.
ROSIN Firm, salts, z,ai inns.; re
ceipts, 280 bbls.; shipments, 107 bbU
domestic; stock, 131,107 bbls, Quotations.
A, B, C and D, J8.50; E, J3.S0; F, O, H and
I. s.i.93: k. sii.Mi 01, (.w in, .); wu,
J7.70; WW, J7.90.
Duluth tl ml 11 Market.
DULUTH. Nov. 20. WHEAT On tracK,
No, 1 hard, 83Hc; No, 1 northern, 82io;
No. 2 northern, SOHc; Montana No. 2
hard, to arrive. 82Hc; Docember, Uc
asked: May, 860o6V4c
OATH ;wc
Toledo Heed Market.
TOLEDO, Nov. 20.-SEEDS-Clover:
Prime, cash. J10.J7V4; December, JI0.92V4;
February. Jll.OO; March, J10.92M. Alstka:
Prime, J12.85; December. J12.90; March,
J12.97H. Timothy: Prime, J1.S0; Decetn
ber, J1.82HI March, J1.92V,.
Uugar Market,
NEW YORK, Nov. 20.-BUaAR-Raw,
steady; muscovado, 89 test, 3.65c; cen
trifugal, 96 test, 4.05c; molasios sugar, 80
test, 3.30c. Refined, steady,
HUTTER-Steady; receipts, 5,411 tubs,
Wool Market.
8T IIOUIS. Nov, 20. -WOOI-Steady
medium grades combing and clothing
23V4tfr20c, light fine. Wi21c. heavy flm
13tUc, tub washed, tftrSCc.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Slow, Steady to ns Much as
Ten Lower.
HOGS OPEN WEAK. CLOSE HIGHER
No Chanuc f Impnrlauee In Sheep
anil I.nntli Valor All Kinds
((tinted fltendy with Tnes
daj Receipts I.lahL
SOt'TH OMAHA, Nov. 80. 1912.
ltccelnts were. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
urnciHi Monday . is.oia
Official Tuesday fi,l
Hstlmato Wedncsdty. J.h
U.SW9
18,000
10,200
Three days this weckiSa.Ofiil
Sanio dojs last wcek.JMtS
Saiuo days 3 w'ks ago. i'.477
Haino days 3 w'ks ugo.90,M!0
Hamo-dajs 4 w'ks ago.2?,4S2
Stimu duys lust icrti . .lo.asl
51,777
19,4
l'.M3
49,707
oo,u
B.4II 144,031
si.4?o 4;i,:i
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South 9mtt,.S
for tho year to dale us compared with
last year. 1912. 1911. I"C
Cattlo MO.&36 1,0CT,S;4 157,3iS
Hogs u,a:.,ts2 4W.sso
Sheep X7$1,S31 a.797.SU
Tho following table shows" t" ransn of
prices lor at south Omaha tur 111
Isst lew day with comparison!
Date. Mi. imi.U91U.U!W.Wh.IW.Uwo
Nov. ..
Nov. 10.
Nov. 11.
Nov. 12.
Nov. 13.
Nov. 14.
Nov. 15.
Nov. 16.
Nov. 17
.Nov. IS.
Nov. 19.
Nov, so.
7 6TH
0 lSl 7 SO! 7"79
6 21 7 96 7 71
7 66H
7 07
V W
7 81T.
S V 7 Ml 7 "fi
1 7 k 7 84
6 3i
7 S$i 6 741 I 70
7 74
I 6S1
7
7 :S
6 21
7 M
7 971
SI
7 36
7 94 W
II .11 7 44
7 OS B 61
7 78H
7 70H
7
R 70
1
7 OS 6 6
rtUiulay
Hocelpts and disposition of live stock
at thu Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at S o'clock
p. m.:
ltEOUlPT.-OAIlH.
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep, il rs.
6 62 4 SSI 6 03
KM 6 0J
6 61 4 95 ,
6 4 hi 0 W
b W
e 04
1 OOI p.'
I V4 l) IK
4 9V 10
I WJ
4 S3
4 fill 6 03
4 b3 02
C M. A St. P. Hy.. 1 .
Wabash Hy 2
Missouri Pito. Hy... 4 3 .. 3
Tnlon Pacific 11)'.. 3s 42
C. .t N.-W., east.... 3 8 V
C. .1 N.-W.. west... 31 34 23 4
C, St. P., M. & O... it 7 2
(.'., II. & (J., east..,. 12 IS - 'J ..
C 11. A Q. west.,. 44 3i 14
C 1U I. & P., cast.. 7 12 2
C. 1L I. A P., west. 1 9
Illinois Central Hy.. 2 1
O. O. W. lty 3
Total receipts Kkt KM 63 7
DlSlOSlTION-HKAD.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Morris ft Co 005
Swift and Compuny.... 770
Armour & Co..... M17
Morrell 2
1.6S7
3.492
1S7
sso
S. O. Packing- Co 13
F. H. Co
Kroy Packing Co
V. 11. VaiiHunt Co 74
lletiton, Vansuut . & Lv 217
Hill ,fc Son 197
F, 11, Lowls 120
HUston & Ci , Ill
J, H. Root & Co 113
J. It. Bulla 20
Worthelincr & Dcgen.. 159
11. F. Hamilton 17
M
294
Sullivan Bros 3
Rothschild Sl Krobs.,., 84
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co... 101
f'llnn & Chrlstlo 173
Other buyers 1,369 12,0S0
Totals B,8CJ 10,028 18,459
CATTLE CatUo recolpts wero very
nwiiliTuln thin mornliur. icavlnc tho total
for tho thruo days this week at. 21000
I innd, which Is tho largest for any sim
ilar period slnco thrco weeka ago. While
the receipts hero this morning wore far
from bilrdensomo reports from other sell
ing points Indicated largo runs. Buyers
In consrriuenco were slow to move, up-
niirrmtlv waltltur for later . retiorts from
tho mist boforo filling orders, making
thn trudo us a wholo slow irom start, to
fllliHll.
A iliiw mui'kot tnvurlnhlv means a lower
nun hut, hut still soulu pf the range boot
steers may pussitiiy nave uoen nniuuy
wiiii ,...iitrilnv. nn tli nihnr hand corn-
fed steurs, most of them warmed-up unit
none too dcslrablo from a killer's stand
point, wero anywhere from weak to as
much nn 10a lower. Tho amount of tho
decline dapuiidtd upon the iuallty.
Cows and heircrs, ailliougn opening
very-slow wero a llttlo hotter sellers, that
Is. moved a llttlo more frculy than beef
steers, and lirlces an a rule on butcher
stock did not show much change as com-
puntl with yesterday.
Good feeding cattle were also steady
1. in Minrthnii nnd trashv kinds have been
accumulating In tho yards this week and
thoy wero hard to movo at prices gener
ally a llttlo lower than yesterday
quotations uii Natlvo cattle uood to
choice beet steers, Js.26iUU.7d; fair to good
buut steers, J7.25H8.25; common to fair
1 m -. Irtilblri In nlinlA Imlf.
UUV4 PIHUI01 iVV4H,-, t, w ' ' " ...'.-. w - -
ers. Jfi.7W.0u; good to choice cows, J5.50
(Q'U.&u; 1 air to guou sriiucn, ei.ouiuu.ou, cum-
111011 to fair grades. J3.26U4.to; good to
choice stockers and feeders, JU.26iU7.60j
fair to good stockers and feeders, J61&U
t.26; common to fair Btockcrs and feed-
CIS, SO.U$.lo; SIOCK UW1YH uiiu iicnuro.
Jt.WWiU.W; veal cawes, jo.wud.w; duih
mIi.l.u ,.l.v. S4.00fH4I.U0.
Quotations on Range Cattlo Oood to
choice boet stoerr, ltl.7 6418.16; fair to good
btef steers, JA.26iutl.76; common to fair
btiuf steers, SA.Mrit.2fi.
JlupruHciitatlye sulus;
BEEF BT1014RS.
No.
23..
22..
St..
31..
At. I'r.
.,1003 5
...343 3 40
... 37 4 7 00
...1100 7 40
No.
20,,
13..
II..
II,.
Ar. I'r.
1013 7 70
1139 7 39
1214 3 00
1340 t 40
......1010 4 76
730 4 70
M 4 M
9ti t 00
303 I 03
1110 t 2t
, 390 6 25
1031 t 40
lOtt t 71
COWS,
2 1003 4 It
S...w 330 t 10
I,,.,.; 1011 t 10
1013 t K
II2S IU
0 1043 S 73
21 336 3 00
4 313 3 tO
..,- 3S0 4 10
10 1U0 4 tO
12.'.'""
It.'.'.'.'.'.
11
.1130 t 7t
3.,.,, 4U (0
HULUS.
S lilt 4 tO 1
1 1140 4 tO 1
1 1330 4 CO 1 ,
1 ......1020 4 7t . 1
2 130t 4 7S 1
1 1010 4 U 1 ,
1230 t 00 1 ,
. ,13110 t 00
.,330 t 00
.. 130 t II
..1430 i 30
.. 30 I 31
.,1110 I ft
..1120 3 00
.. 443 I 2t
..810 I 30
.. 713 t 40
.. 8I3 t 73
.. ur 1 7t
.. 307 3 00
.. 833 3 00
... 220 7 2t
... 130 3 2t
. . 170 3 tS
.. 1C0 8 40
..110 3 73
IllJli'lllW.
4....
4....
4....
3....
li....
.. 317 4 71
7..
.. 337 4 33
S...
11...
12...
7...
323 t 00
343 t 20
637 6 2i
3 433 I It
3..
CALVHS,
1..
340 4 10 ll
2 Itt 3 00
1 230 8 25
4 132 3 00
t.
1...
1...
1...
3 U0 3 00
17 Sit t 75
t 410 t 71
3.
1 110 8 71
2 1(0 00
3
17
340 3 00
290 3 00
STOCltURS AND FEEDERS.
3 , 411. Sip
1.
723 3 00
3 ( uo
340 8 00
823 S3
873 ( 74
12 119 3 20
CSS S SO
374 t 36
20 734 8 89
3
U
I
NEBRASKA.
No.
32 steers..
6 calves.
C calves.
A v. Pr. No
Av. Pr.
,.1007 6 25
. 248 3 60
. 238 4 00
63 steer 946 6 23
15 calves... 370 6
4 cows 763 4 40
'fi htdters... 393 R 30
41 steers. ...HOti 7 15
3 feeders.. 639 6 75
39 heifers.., 737 6 76
I cows....
13 hulfurs.
42 heirurs.
66 steers..
960 6 75
7185 35
1061 6 10
943 - ( SO
4 heifers... 670 4 75
K steers.. ..1187 0 CO
SOUTH
DAKOTA. . ...
63 feeders.. WJ Ul
16 steers.... 884 6 30
MONTANA.
47 steers. ...1097 6 65 60 steers.... 1373 7 33
CO steers.. ..1243 7 35
WYOMINO.
U! feeders,
26 heifers.
S steers..,
43 steers,,.
13 cows..,
3 cows...,
853 6 60 22 steers. ...1070 7 00
01 6 75
12 heifers... 812 6 60
47 steers.. ..1037 6 S3 .
4 cows 1037 6 60
41 feeders., 830 6 CO
3 cows 1086 C 00
6 cows 1036 G U)
18 heifers.., 789 6 65
8 feeders. ,823 6 30
3 feeders.. 693 7 CO
6 cows ... 904 4 50
6 rows. ,1005 S 26
7 cows,. 988 5 85
9 cow . U3(l 6 83
88 ylus fds. CM 7 :
1.7 ylgs fds. 646 7 30
4 cows 1177 6 00
975 6 10
921 0 70
938 5 80
933 6 10
9 feeders,. C84 6 25
4 feeders.. 820 6 W
43 cows...., VJQ 5 90
68 feeders.. (C12 7 00
8 feeders .9M 5 90
23 cows. .
33 feeders
y feeders
8 cows.
9 stee
12 steers
831 3 60
928 6 25
030 7 00
982 5 8j
1161 6 80
11 li 6 b0
S feeders.. , ; .. steers.. ..lino 7-00
3d sters....llT7 7 00 K feeders. . R7fl 7 00
Jl feeders.. 780 J !0 Jo feeders. RHl fl r,
30 COWS 93 o 00 1. cows Idas "1
4 iceders.. 730 6 0 19 heifers... m u J)
9 feeders.. 631 8 10 16 feeders.. 900 6 'jj
HOOS-Wlth anotltT liberal run of h igi
on sale, but not an many as was rxpc tr .1 ,
a few hogs sold early on speculative .u
count at prices ruling anywhere f m
steady to a nlokol lower tban the closing
vaiues yesterday, most of the sales hclnu
steady, or barely so. rtio packers wc j
not quite so bearish a the daj' prevl ni
Thoy Started out paying )rw al Uast
fully steady and filled tho bulk of thn.
orders on a level, mostiv , lcr lMau
tho cost of their purchpi.es v. stcrj.iy At
or near the. opening" ho .i ,Ved sumi
wnat siowiy, out aiucs improvtd
theio being not qultfl " m.tny hoga In
sight as anticipated, the mvment h
camo moro actlvo on tho market pron
ressed. Closing trado was mtivo ot a
nickel advance In prices and i l.o lltcrai
receipts wero picked up In good sear-an
The most tlealrahlo holdings were ict cti
. - &1 . ..... . ,
Ilin tmlk VnalrrdAV nf I7.66'f ".. Hvrftil
cars of- hogs showing tho best quality
sold near tho close as high r w whlcii
is tuny a nickel iiigncr man yrncrdat tt
highest prlco.
As will bo i)ted from the tabio of rr
celpts, the supply was considerably urprr
than a week ago and two weeks ngi nn i
greater than the arrtvnls herr ()i ti
same day last year. Quality on the ni k
was conslderea very fair, bulk of a rr
celpts consisting" of mixed' aiul n-.tw
pacKing grnoes.
Twenty-threo loads that cam r iat?
over the Hurllngton sotd at prl' -s nn.
where rrom steady to a llttio easic mi.tii
the best time. -At first the buyej w.r..
niiparnntly anxious for the lions n;: I
then suddenly became somewhai imnf
rercnt.
No. At. Kh. Tr. Mi. At. Bh. r.
30.... 173 80 7 to l 314 30 '
Tt IU 80 7 38 tt SI4 ...
St Ill ... 7tl 33 204 SO 7 ,
18..,,,,. .in 40 1 W 34 333 80 J
87 173 ... T se )t.. 254 120 7 ,
33 133 110 7 30 33 187 240 1 ,
33 130 ... TI5 tt 214 80 7
If. ..123 U 7 41 41. ...... .243 20 7 ' ,
31 227 30 T 3S 33 337 SO 7 ,
31 217 80 7 SS 47. 228 ... 7 1'j
34 203 ... 7 tS tl 837 240 7 7:.
30 343 30 7 3S 7.., 243 120 7 7.1
71 200 t T tt 37 340 244 7 73
S3 .. .331 89 7 3714 tl. ...... .11 40 7 73
10 231 80 7 (7s St 213 .. 7 7
77 lit 830 7 I7U 1 1 1 7 '
61 378 130 7 70 'SI 343 40 7 73
tt.... i. .234 240 7 0 73 348 124 7 73
37 237 44 t 70 71 2I 30 7 78
14 2tt 40 7 70 74.. 233 ltO 7 78
t 243 130 7 70 71 281 80 7 75
SS 374 7 70 l 270 ... 7 75
70 2M 44 7 "70 7S 281 . 7 7
84... .,...231 30 7 70 tS 2(9 124 7 75
82., ...... 873 34 7 70 43 2(3 1(4 7 75
70 223 40 7 74 89 113 4 7 TS
S3 i. ,303 84 7 70 34 347 ... 7 75
S4 313 ... T 70 28 .271 ... 7 TS
SO 230 44 7 70 7S.., StS 130 T 7S
83 130 ... 7 74 70 34S ISO 7 75
74... .,...833 340 7 79 74., 24J ITS
S 313 49 7 70 S3 3(7 1(0 T 75
T 283 400 T 70 37 370 40 7 77t4
'4 S47 40 7 70 2.. ...... 294 ... T 77
71 1.234 tt 7 79 23 2S8 49 7 (1
79........ 222 44 7 70 (0 v.307 10 7 8
21 i.. 311 80 7 79 30 313 89 7 IS
(3........84S 144 7 70 SI 221 ... 7 SO
44 .,231 30 7 7 (4 278 120 7 39
73.. ......348 180 7 70 S4 307 180 7 80
7 301 40 7 70 88 318 80 7 30
7 333 JW 7 70 2S 103 120 7 80
I 835 ... 770 tt 314 ... 7 80
44. 3(4 180 7 70 2t 243 1(9 7 89
49 233 1(9 7 74 IT 2K0 119 7 80
I Sll ... 7 79 0... Ill 209 7 30
10...,.,,. 213 ... 7 70 378 80 7 3
2 237 120 7 70 1.9... 314 ... T SSli
TO 22S ... 7 79 SO 291 ISO 7 UH
4...".....27l ... 7 70 I0........28t ... 7 83
I 231 ... 7 74 43 339 ... 7 30
PIOS.
IS 41 ,,. I ts tt 140 . , T 40
II 0 .,, 2J 31 .144 . . 7 44
S3 Ill ... S7t
SHEEP Tho bUtrmV of sheen and lambs
was moderate, with tho market on killers
irucucrtiiy utichangod from yesterday
'rime stuff of all klnda was aenrce. thu
bulk of thn uriivala cnnalntlnir nf ftlni.lt
on tho cohmlon to fajrly good order, There
was a very tair inquiry for the most dc
slrablo offerings on salo and notwith
standing an early report of no Improve
ment In thn general trudn, local business
nem up wnu nt about steady prices. With
only a moderate, supply available, trud
nnttirally displayed a fair degreo of
activity and tho biggest part of anything
at all decent as killers was picked up
uimpnratlvuly early In tho forenoon. The
uchi gruues or litmus sold at J7.15, botR
native and ran go lambs changing hwauC
at that figure. A less desirable kind o;
rango lambs brought J7.(w. There wen
about as many Iambs as sheep this morn
ing and thu receipts wore moro evenly
divided In Hint regard than for somo llttlo
time oacit. inciuaeci in the sheep sales
woa a llttlo bunch of exceptionally choice
fat yearlings that hrouirht nn much
J3.40 and a very good class of ycarllnits
sold at J5.2."!. Two or three loads of rango
ewes brought 11.00 about the same ns that
kind of sheep sold on yesterday's market.
i iici a wan a goou aetnanu tor userui
feeder offerings and tho movement wan
fairly actlvo at steady to strong, prlcesl
Only a fair number of buyers wero In
from thu county, whllo some of the com
mission men aniiurontlv hud a cumi manv
orders to fill. Two double docks of good
'coding lambs brought as much as JG.W.
and a bunch of feeding ewes was disposed
nf nt !Jt WIiIIm l.n.ln... .
- - , ,T , , ' ' ...... ....... i , d t, nun I.UIIUUI.
oniy in tuiriy uveiy rasmon a very good
elearanen was made tn fair season.
Tho total receipts footed up about fortv
threo cars or 12.000 head, being In the
neighborhood of 6,500 head less than a
weolt ago, but around 3,600 moro than for
tho corresponding day a year ago. As pn
yostordoy both ns to quollty and num
bers the rango stock show u slight fall
ing Off
Quotations on sheep and lambs; Lambs
good to choice, J7.10Q7.2C;1 lambs, fair to
gooa, w.wu'i.w; larniis, recaors, s.wxi.o:
yearlings, light, J4.i64l0.25: yearlings,
heavy. J4.60iff4.75: yearllnas. feeders. 24.60
4j6.10; wethers, good to choice, J4.0tt?H3j,
ncjwivrs, tair to guou, vo ; wetners,
feeders. J3.7MJ4.2i; ewes, good to choice.
J3.C044.0Q; ewes, fair to good. J3.2533.e0;
owes, feeders, J3.0O33.30; owes, yearling
breeders, J4.6026.00; cull sheep and bucks,
I2.603.00.
No. Av.
Pr.
4 60
3 85
7 10
7 00
7 00
6 05
3 25
4 00
6 GS
6 65
6 10
4 80
4 00
3 25
3 25
3 30
3 30
2 65
2 86
6 10
E 25
6 00
4 20
6 26
6 40
6 40
6 50
3 70
7 15
6 60
tt 60
6 60
23 native yearlings ,...120
36 native lambs 133
87 native lambs
74
84
46 native lambs
19 native lambs
86
63
90
253 Montana lambs, feeders
213 Wyoming ewes
421 Wyoming owes 103
x Wyoming lamDs El
62 Wyoming lambs 70
149 Wyoming lambs, feeder 64
184 Wyoming yearlings, feeders 94
4M Wyoming wethers, feeders., 95
237 Wyoming ewes, feeders..., 88
229 Wyoming eweB, feeders..,, uo
im t yuinniK ewes, leeuers...,. tvt
teo Wyoming owos, feeders....
69 owes, culls
311 Nebraska ewes, feeders,...
354 Nebraska lambs, feeders...
831 Nebraska lambs, feeders...
34
83
78
4.
37
67
M
80
63
68
45
Wyoming yeuriings
366 Wyoming wethers
117 Wyoming yearlings
647 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
160 Wyoming lambs, feeders,
67 Wyo. lambs, fdrs, culls...
117 fed ewes ,...
225 red lambs
455 Wyoming lambs
104
80
GO
4
17 Wyoming lambs
65 Wyoming lambs
.... U4
.... 64
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MAHKKt
Demand for Cattle und Hog Steady
Mb rep Latter,
CHICAGO, NVjv, 20.-CATTLE-lte-colpts,
27,000 head; market steady to 10c
lowor; beovos. J5.2310.65; Texas steers,
J4.3OJjG.G0; western steers, J3.60il9.00; stock
ers und feedors. JI.15(S7,25; cows and
heifers. J2.754i7.40; calves. J6.6010.26.
HOOS Receipts, 38,000 heud; market
opened 6a higher, but advance lost; light
J7.40O7.90; mixed. J7.45di7.95; heavy. J7-46f
7.95; rough, J7.4ftff7.GO; pigs, J5,25ti7.40.
bulk of sales. J7.7ftlf7.90.
SHEEP AND LAMDS-Rocelpts. 43.WX
head: market mostiv 10c lower: native.
J3.6ft4.60; western, J3.7564.60; yearlings,
Jt.80ao.90; lambs, native, S5.6OS7.60; west
ern, o.uBi.ta.
Nl, .loaepU Live Stonk Market.
ST JOSEPH, Mo., Nov. S0.-CATTLI
Receipts, 2,000 head.; market steady; steor
J6.764tlO.60;. cows and heifers, J3.75Q8.i
calves. J5.004iD,75.
HOOS Receipts. . 6,200 head; marktt
slow; top. J7.90; bulk of Bales. J7.634J7.S0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-rteceipts. 3.5 0
head) market steady; lambs. J6.25Jj7.G0.
Nlock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the flvo pr u
clpal western markets yesterday;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 3.100 10.20a 12.CV
St. Joseph 2.000 6.200 3,6
Kaunas city 8,000 18,000 s.oot
St Louis ... ... 10,000 10.600 8.C04
Chlcugu . .27.000 20.000 4.Cf
Totals
jO.IW ol.OOO 74.53?

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