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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATOIIDAY , DECEMBER 1 , 1804.
IHHERCIAL AND FINANCIAI
Helped by Higher OaWci the Whei
Maiket Ruled Plrm ,
CORN WAS IN GOOD FORM ALL DA
Receipt * Wore Not Far from the. Kstlmal
nnd Iho Wrnthor Wit * Unfavorable
for ( Iraitlng Ont Attracted
but I.lttlo Attention.
Nov. SO.-IIelpcd by high
Cables , the wheat market ruled llrm ni
Closed nt an advance of. Uc na compan
with the closing values of Wednesday. Co
gained only Vfco In the end for May , utter i
early bulge of ? iq , nnd for the Novcmb
delivery there were no buycra near the clo
, at over 2c reduction from Wednesday
price. I'rovlslons wcro dull nnd elo
scarcely nny change nt the close. May oa
Closed HP Jilphcr.
Wheat started strong on hlghec cable rju
tatlonu from Liverpool nnd nn Intlmntl
from there that the advance was In cons
qucncc of bad reports of the Argent !
crop. The receipts In the northwest we
onry in iderate. A somewhat easier tone
the second cables cnused some realizing <
nn atvnnco that occurred before. Sot
cables ascribed the strength there to llg
stock.- ) , but the crowd here took their I
splrntlon chiefly from these clrcumstanci
Which mentioned the damage to the Argc
tine wheat as the cause cf the Liven"
firmness. The Atlantic port clearances we
light. Primary market receipts aggrcgat
707,000 bu. for the two days. The belief w
dulte general thnt the Increase In the v
tble nupnly for this week would exceed th
of the week before , nnd on account of su
belief there were always plenty of sells
o'n ' the bulge's. The closing cnblcgrnms w <
* not quite FO strong ns those nt the openl
nnd there were sellers against calls UOUR
for the day and at the week nt COVfcc. Pni
ridge was n pellcr throughout the sessli
The Kclllng against calls nnd realizing
Scalpers was sulllclcnt on n market of
great breadth to prevent the price fr (
tioarlni ; very high. Mny opened nt 09 }
cold to C0c , nnd closed at GO&c.
The corn market ruled llrm all the tli
and strong part of the time. It opened
Mo advance for May on Wednesday's cli
Ing quotations nnd made n further . ' . c gi
before It met with enough sellfng to caust
serious reaction. The receipts were not l
from the estimates , numbering SIS cars. T
weather was unfavorable for the gradl
and the fact 'of only SO cars ot the 800
epectvd passing Into the contract grade e
phaslzotl the point last referred to. 'I
V cstlmatcd receipts of 730 cars for tomorr
" caused some realizing on the advance. 8h
incuts fri m hero wcro very heavy nt 5C8 ,
bu. Huslnesa In the pit wns not very act
and the demand for May was thought
come chiefly from the short Interest. M
-opened nt folfcc , sold from 49o to 49c o
closed nt19'Ac. .
The oats market attracted but little
tentlon. Klevator people were buying qu
freely , but aside from that locnl part
none were prominent. A slightly- firmer f (
Ing prevailed , Influenced by thestretii
ln-ccrn. May started nt 32 > ic , sold up
32tfc , nnd closed there.
Provisions were dull but firm. The op
Ing price -of pork was nt from VJfcc to
advance on closing quotations of Wedn
day , nnd lard nnd ribs were higher In p
portion. The business dene was entirely
local account , orders from the outside be
conspicuous only from their nbsence. 1
packers were selling In n small wny nt
advance , nnd In the end there was no i
preclnhle chnnges In prices as compn
with the latest quotation : ) of Wednesday.
Frelpht rates firmer ; good demand to 1 (
corn nt 2c to Buffalo.
The leading futures ranged as follows :
Cash quotations were ns follows :
1'LOV'lt Klrm and unchanged.
WHEAT No. 2 spring , r,8 ,5C6014c ; No. 3 spr
Domlnnl ; No. 2 red , D5Q55V.C.
CORN No. 2. 40 0.
OAT.H--NO. 2. auc : NO. 3 white , 3ivtQ3iT4c.
HYK No. 2. 47UO4Sc.
11AULUV No 2. 01S54Kc ; No. 3 , 5254c ; N (
t2O53c.
FLAX HKKD No. 1. J1.4S.
TIMOTHY HUED I'rlme , J3.GO(83.63. (
PHOViaiONH MPKS pork , per bbl. , J12.
12.12M ; hnl. per 100 Urn. , J0.95 < a > fl.97 > , i : shorl I
sides ( looae ) , J6.0086.10j dry sailed shouli
< boxcd ) , J5.C2VIU5.75 ; short clear sides ( box
J137W6.60. .
VVIIISKY Dlsllllcrs' Hnlshed goods , per i
$1.23.
SUQAIIS Unchanged.
The following were the receipts and shlprai
today :
On tha Vroduco oxchnniro today the btiltor m
kot was sluady : croaniory , 14M'5o ; dairy , 12O2
a , Ilrnii 'ju
M5W OINIHAL : .U\UICICT.
Vcslcnliiy'a OiiotiiUons an 1'lour , drain i
rrovlsloii ! ) . AlctuU. lite.
NEW YQniC , Nov. :0.-FLOUH-Uccclpts.
000 bbls. ; exiiorts , 6,900 bbls. , sales , 9,200 pic
market quiet , ijUt sirong. winter wheat It
norne demand but spring brands nro 15o nl
buyers , en account ot the advance In frelg
Southern Hour , moro native ; sales , 503 p
llye Ibur , steady ; rales , 430 bbls. Uuckwl
( lour , nominal , Jl.90Ol.95.
BUCKWHEAT Dull ; DofflCOc.
COKN MKAL Dull ; sales , 200 bbls. , 2.400 in
yellow western , J1.20Q1.23 ; Ilrandywlne , J1.05.
IIYU Nominal ; car I'.uts ' , 51Q55c : boat lo
HAKLKY Dull ; western. C j 4c.
HARI.EV MALT Inactive ; wcsiern. 70373
WHEAT Recclpls , 156,400 bu. ; cxporls. 3
tu.j wiles , 8,600,000 bu. ( ulures nnd 212,000
Bpot. Spot mnrket , firmer. No. z red , In
41 nd ca\ntor ! , G9Hc ; atloat , C0c ; ( . o. b. , <
< /6 io ; No. 1 northern. CSo delivered ; Ni
hand , 70HC 'delivered. Options were eenei
'otronR ull day , nnally rencllne under talk
rains west , closing at Vic net advance ,
features were firm early and tale cables , for
buylnsr nnd selling on .Iho equal atnounts , I
covering and talk ot decreased English supp
No , 2 red , January , 60 7-lCOCOVc , closed "
Februaiy , 61Hc 61 ; e. closed 61Hc ; March , e
2ttC. clooe.1 C2Ho ; May. G3HO64tc. ! closed t
Junfi 64ViW64o , closed 6H4c ; July , 6l i66
closed C4Kc ; Deccmlxr. UU&DtKc. closed t
COUNllecelpts , 8.804 bu. ; exports. 3:0 :
415,000 bu. futures , 28,000 bu. spot.
market firm ; No. 2 , tsvic. In store ; yellow.
ateamer mixed , 54Ho delivered ; No. 3 , 62V4c ,
vator. Options opened strong on good cove
of December and tulk of cald rnln In Illh
advanced nil day until near the close , v
prlcea tinik * und r free , setllni ; , closlne ut ? i (
net ailvance ; January. C3Q53c , closnl K
May , 63Vif53Hc. closed 63 c ; December , S5O5
closed 65c.
fX.\Tiv-Hccelpt , 183,100 bu. : exports. 200
sales , 140,001) bu. futures , 67.l ) bu. rttot.
market llrmer ; No. 2. 33KO33Tic ; No. 2 doll
33KUXIUC. No. 3. 33V c ; No. 2 white. Jio ; N
white , 37Uc ; track , whllo western , MB4
track , whltR stale , JCOUVjC Options nu'et
ftmi all day , w.th c rn , chulng c net adva
January cloaeil 34Hcj 1-Vbruary cloned 35Hc : )
SSHWJBHc , closed SOHc ; December , 33O3
closeil 3iHc.
HAY Sleadyj -lpplns , W57Hc ; good
choice. 77 Uc.
HOI'S -Kteady ; jilate , common to choice.
3r7o ; new , &O12c ; 1'aclllo mud. 3O7o.
HIDis : I'lrm ; wet snlttsl NewOrlmns. .
Ircled , n lo 03 Ibs. , Do ; Iluenoa Ayres dry , :
XI Iba. . lie ; Texas dry , -21 to SO Ibs. , ( He.
LliVTHiU : Steady ; hemlock sole , Itu
Ayrs , l.ght to heavy weights , ISglSc.
"
domestic lleetc , IJtfJSe ; pu
I'HOVIBIONS Bee ( . steady : extra mess.
8,60i cut mest. pickled bellies. JS.SO ; pic
Bhoulders. 6Hc ; pickled hums , 8Vt Wc. I
Quiet ! west tin steam closed at J7.S1 asked ; s
850 tierces , at J7.3S ; city , nt Cic ; sales ,
tlorces ; December closed J7.o nominal ; Jam
rf.JS ntinnal ; renncd , quiets continent. >
bouth American. Jt.JO ; compound , 6UV3HC. 1
etMuly ; ( air family , JlS.oott13.f > 0.
HUTTER-Quleti weilein dairy. ITfllSc ; - vera
era creamery , 15O2Sc ; western ( actory. 10Q1
Hiring , lavlo : Imitation creamery , UiHJHc ; i
dairy , IJVaHo ; slats creamury , I3ut3c.
CHEESK Easier ; largv , SWllc ; small. M
part skims , SU4He.
EQUS itlaady ; slate and IVnnsylvanta ,
* > c ; refrigerator , 17CfJlc ; receipts , 5.355 r
western ( rosh. WOSec. cues. JJ.SSO3.40.
TALLOW Hlmngowlnic to scarcity ; cltj
er pkir. , 4 ic : county , 4Tkc.
IlOdlN . .steady ; strained , common to i
ll.3oni.33.
UICU-Qulct. domestic , fair to eitru.
- Orleans , ovta k <
( wxtn \ choice. UMlSc.
TlIlll'UNTINK-Dulll iKO21c. )
. I'liTltomUM Nominal ; Untttd rliwcd at
tltd : Wluhluston. In bbls. , M ; Washlncton
bulk , IS.U ; r nned. New YorU. JS.I5 ,
phla anil nMllfnorr. fkto ; rhllndolplila an
Uitltlmorc. In tiutkt lit * . * -
PIG IIlON-Dull ; Bcotrh , ID.OOSM.Mj Amtr
can , llo.cwnxtM. - .
LEAD Dull ) ipot , JJ.im ; exchange prlc
TIN Opened flfm. closed steady ; fpot to D
cember , J13.90 ; February to April , Ji3tS ; rah
On 'change , 230 tons , Including fpot , 113.86 ; I )
p-mber , JI3.Wfll3.93 ; February , JlJ.Bi Marcl
J1J.8.1 ; April , J13.KR ,
COTTON HEED-Oil * Dull ; rules. 4I bliti
prime summer yellow late Wednesday at 2041
prime crude. 23c ; . joff.crude..23fi24c ; yellow bull *
gradeo , 32033c ; prlmo yellow , 29Hc ; yellow c
grades , 2Sc f M t ,
OMAHA GiXJUtAl.JMAnKCT. :
Condition of .Tmtla. nnil . ( Juotatloni o
Staple nnil I'nncr I'roilnco.
There w s not muerrMKe to'Mri Thn.nksglvli
trade. The old-time demand ( or turkeys , oyster
fruits and other dcllcacles"whtch ; old not stop i
price , was absent. There wosafalr trade , l >
that Is the most that can he said. Prices Re
crnlly ruled low as compared with previous you
IIUTTEH Packing stock , ; m)8ci ) ( air to goi
country , Hfl3c ; choice to fancy , 15 l > c ; gall
ered creamery , I9it20c ; scparalor creamery , 23c.
EGQH-Htrlclly fresh laid , 21322c ; ( resh ( co
storage ) , 17 19c.
LIVH I'OULTRY-Old hens. 4c ; spring chic
ens , 4c ; ducks , EC ; turkeys , Gc ; heavy toms , 4
DRESSEl' ) 1-OULTRY Chickens , ( air. 404(4 (
choice large , Oc ; choice small , 5c ; lurkeys , ( n
lo good , GftGc ; choice heavy , 7c : choice sma
fie ; ducks , fair to good , 6c ; ( nncy , 7C8c ; Bees
fair to good , GfiCc ; tancy , 7C&C.
GAME Prairie clilckensprr"M6r. ; . | 3.fi3. '
grouse , per doz. , J3.203.Wbluc ; wing teal , p
doz. , J1.504J1.75 ; green wing leal , per dot. , J1.2J
l.M ; ducks , mixed , per doz. , Jl.unijl.23 ; cnnvn
backs , J4.0084.60 : mallards and red ihends. J2.50
2.75 ; quail. Jl.wai.73 : deer saddles , 1215c ; a
lelope saddles , lOflllc ; small rabbits , 73SJSOe ; jai
rabbits not wanted ,
VEAL Chuice ( at and small veals are quot
at Co : large nnd coarse , 34c.
CHEESE Wisconsin ( ull cre.im. Young f
13c ; twIns.-itVici-Nebrnska nnd IOWH. ( ull crent
lie ; Nebraska and Iowa , pnrt skims , 74f
Llmburger , No. 1 , lie ; brick , No. 1 , He ; Bwls
No. 1 , 14 15o.
HAY Upland hay , J9.DO ; midland , J9 ; lowlan
J8.60 ; rye straw , JO. Color makes Ihe price i
hay. Llghl shades sell Iho Ust. Only top grad
bring top prices. ' '
PIGEONS-OId birds , per doz. , 7Ce.
VEGETABLES. '
FOTATOES-Weslern stock , car toll , 628G.
email lols , 70c.
OLD llEANS-Hand-plcked , navy , J2 ; lit
henns. per lb. , DV4c.
ONIONS On orders , 65O70C.
CAlUAOfi-Oi. orders. U4e.
CELERY-Per doz. , 25S53C.
HWEBT POTATOES-1'cr bbl. , J2.7DJ3. < X ) .
I1EETS Per bu. , 600GOC
CARROTS I > er DU. . DOSJWc ,
CAULIFLOWER-I'cr doz. . J2.25.
EGO I'LANT Per doz. . 60c.
HORSERADISH Per lh. . 7J8c.
PARSNIPS Per bu. . OOftCOc.
RUTAIJAOAS-IVr bu. . 7590.
PARSLEY Per doz. bunches , 230.
TURNIl'8-l'er bu. , COc
SPLIT PEAS Per lh. , 303UC.
IIUIIUAHU SQUASH I'er doz. , 73c.
TOMATOES Per bu.r JLW. '
GREEN PEAS Per bu. , Jl.2501.33.
N
FRUITS.
QUINCES.-Callfqrnln. per W-lb..box , 11.W.
APPLES Good stock , per bbl. , J2.&OO3.
Michigan stock , J3 ; New York or New Engla !
J3.2. , .
PEACHES None.
PLUMS CalKornla , none.
PRUNES None.
PEARS Wlnler Ncllls. Jl.75ft2.00.
GRAPES Concord , 10-lb. baskets , none ; 1
lagns. per C3 lo CS-lb. bbls. . ( trows , J7.Ma9.00.
CRANUEHRIES Cape Cod ( nncy , JIO per I
TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANGES Florida * . J2.73.
11ANANA8 Choice stock , J2.00a2.ro per bun
LEMONS Mnlagn , J3.75O4.00 ; ( ancy Fiord
sizes 2.V > and 300 , J1.0034.2J. . . . .
PINEAPPLES None.
MISCELLANEOUS. .
OYSTERS IXL , 8c ; medulm , per can. 1
horte shoes , 12c ; extra "standards. ISe ; extra
Ifcts , lie ; company selects. 21c ; New Yi
counts , Me.
NEW FIGS- Fancy , 'ICcf "ch6Ice , 1314c ; C
Kornla , bags , 8c.
HONEY Now Y6rk , T7e ; California-- .
MAPLE HYRUP-Gnllon cans , per doz. , J12.
NUTS Almonds , * lu16o ? English" walnuts , 1
filberts , 12c ; Brazil nuts , Sc ; eastern ciiestnt
no Rood stock ; .ahcllbnilt hickory outs , per t
12 ; large hickory nuls. SI,73 ; ( ancy raw pcam
Cc ; roasted pcamits..7V4c . _ _ . „ , „ , .
HAUER K.RAUT-6iolc wnltc. per bbl. , J
01.73 : per half bbl. , J2.0.
MINCE MEATFrfncy ; " In litilf obis. , per 1
GV4c ; 10 gal. kegs , 7c ; condensed , per case o
doz. pkgs.'J2.75. - - - r
FISH Fresh caught crapples. perch and s
fish , [email protected] ; burtulo.34c ; pike nnd pickerel , 6S3
catnsh , 809c ; black bass , l ? ? 13c.
CIDER 1'ute , Julce.pcc.littU J5.5Hj.half bbl. ,
HIDES No. 1 green hides , 3V4c ; No. 2 gr
hides , 3Vic ; No. 1 green salted tides , 414c : Nr
green ralieir Miles , SJfc'fN&Tiiree.n' ' Called Mi
25 lo 40 Ibs. , 4V4c ; No. 2 green sailed hides. 23
40 Ibs. , 3V4o ; No. t veal tatf. ' 8 'WIS Ibs. . 7c : J
2 veal calf. 8 to 15 Ibs. . 6c ; No. 1 dry flint hlc *
6c : No. 2 dry flint- hides , > 4o | 'Nix- dry sal
hides , 8c : part cured hides. Ho P rlb. . less tl
curilj _ _ - - - - -
fully - - - - -
? i------ j- ---i--
BHCEP" PELTS Green saltciJ , each , Kfft
green snlted'shenrHngs ( short wooled early skli
each , DWlScfdry shearitngifriurt1 TVooled oo
skins ) . No. L each , GRlOs ; dry shearlings ( si :
wooled early * skins ) * .No S caoli u&o ; dry f
Kansas and Nebraska butcher wool pelts ,
lh. , actual wcl&ht. .MtSc . ; .dry. flint Kansas i
Nebraska murrain wo"l pelts , per lb. , act
weight , 4fi-6c ; 6i.v Hint Colorado butcher w
pells , per lit."aciilat U-elgTit' , 4C c : dry f
Colorado murrain wool pells , per lb. , act
weight. 4060. - - ' - -
TALLOW AND GREASE Tallow , No. 1.
4V4c ; tallow , Nor 2 , 8HO4oi grenoewhllo A , 4
4'/4o ; grease , while II , 3Kc ; grense , yellow , 3
grease , dark , 2'/iO3c ; .old .butter , , ZmVie ; b <
wax , prime. 17020c ; rougli tallow. Jc
FURS Hear , black , N9A Jarse. [email protected]
No. 1 medium. JI5 : No' ' 1 small. J5.MiaiO.00 ; b.
black , yearlings. No. 1 large. J12.00015.00 ; N (
medium. JlOr'No' T'nnnil ' , J71jear ; ; Tjlack. ci
No. 1 large , J6.0008.00 ; No. 1 medium , JS.OOjrc
No. 1 small , Jlr bear , black- . Montana nnd Ro
mountain. No. 1 large. J1S.COS22.00 ; No. 1 medl
J14 ; No. 1 small , JIO : bear , black , Montana yi
lings. No. 1 large , J12 ; No. 1 medium. JS ; Ni
small. J3 ; bear , black , Montana cubs. No
large. J0.50 : No. 1 medium. JI.60 ; No. 1 m
JJ ; bear , silver tip. No. 1 large , J20 : Nr
medium , J12 ; No. 1 small , JS ; bear , sliver
yearlings. No. 1 large. Jll : No. 1 medium.
No. 1 smatlr * 3J bear ; sltrer tip , cnbs , Nc
large , J6 ; No. 1 medium , J4.50 ; No. l small.
Tx-ar. brown. No. -large. . cJ20. 625.UU : Na
medium. JIG ; , No. 1 small , $12 : bear , brown , y <
lings. No. Ulaise. J10.00JW2.CO ; No. 1 medium.
No. 1 small , 1C ; bear , brown , cubs. No. 1 la
J7 : No. 1 medium. JS : No. 1 small , J3 ; bad
No. 1 large , Jl.OOifl.CiO ; No. 1 medium. COc :
1 small , GOci fisher , No. 1 large , JS ; No. 1 medl
JC ; No. 1 small , Jl ; fox , 'silver'ns'to ' color
cot-dins to beauty. No. l large. JIM ; No.
medium , ICONo. ; . -1 small , J40fox ; ; silver , p
according to beauty. No. 1 large , JW ; No.
imtllum. $30 ; No. 1 small , ! 20 ; fox , cross , N
large , J7 ; No. 1 medium , J3 ; No. l small ,
( ox , red , No. 1 large. J1.50 ; No. 1 medium. Jl
No. 1 mnall. Jl ; fox , gray. No. 1 large , 75c :
1 medium , DOe ; No. 1 small , 40c : fox , kit , Ni
large , ( Me ; Nn. 1 medium , 40c ; No. 1 Email ,
Ijnx. No. 1 large , J3 ; No. 1 medium. J2 ; Ni
small , JI.CO ; marten , No. 1 large , J ! ; No.
medium. JI.CO ; Nd. 1 small , Jl ; mink , No
large. C0j63c ; No. 1 medium , 40c : No. 1 sir
33c : mink , dark. No , 1 large , C3c : No. 1 medl1
< 0c : No. 1 small , 30c ; mountain lion , perfect h
and ( eet. No. 1 large , Jl.OOW2.00 ; Imperfect sk
ZTiff&Oc ; otter. No. 1 large. J8 : No. l medl
JC.0037,00 ; No. 1 small , J5 : oiler , pale , Nc
large , J7 : No. 1 medium. J5 : No. i fmall ,
raccoon , No. I large , C0jf70c : No. 1 medium.
No. 1 small , 3Sc ; raccoon , black , as lo bent
No. 1 large , 50COJ2.00 : skunk , black , cased , N
large , J1.25 ; No. 1 medium , 75e : No. t small ,
skunk , short striped , No _ 1 , large. Jl ; No.
medium , 70c : No. 1 small , 45c ; ckunk , nur
striped. No. 1 large. We ; No. l niwllum. 40c :
1 small , 25e : skunk , broad striped. No. 1 la
20325e ; wolverine. No. 1 large , ft ; No. 1 medl
J3 ; No. 1 small , J2wolf ; , mountain , TJa. l la
J3 ; No , 1 medium , J2 : No. 1 small , J1.50 ; n
prairie , No. 1 large , C5f90o ; No. l medium.
No. 1 small. 40o ; beaver , per skin , No. 1 la
J5.00fr.00 : Nn. I medium. J4.W ; No. l small.
beaver1 , kits. No. 1 large. J2 ; No. 1 medium. Jl
No. 1 small , 75c : mufkrntB. winter , No. 1 la
[email protected] ; No. I medium , 9c : No. 1 small , 7c ; mt
i-als. fall. No. 1 large. 4ate ; No. 1 medium.
No. 1 small , Cc ; mu krals. kits. 2 3c.
LIVEIIPOOL. Nov. 27.-4M5 p. m. clo
WHEAT Spot , flrm ; demand -air ; No. S
winler. 4s lOHd ; No. 2red. . spring. 5s 2d ; N
hard , Manitoba , . Cs 4iil ; No. 1 CalKornla , Gs 2
futures opened llrm. with near nnd dlsl
poslllons offered ; winter 3d higher ; business
about equally dlKtrlbuted ; closed steady ; Nov
her. 4s 10 > ; d ; December , 4s lid : January. 4s 11
February , 4s HUd ; March. 4s lllid ; April. 4s 11
CORN Spot , steady ; American mixed. 4s
futures opened quiet nnd closed quiet : Imsli
was heaviest on middle positions ; Novem
4s llVjd : December , ft * Vd ; January/ > fiftd : I
ruary. 4a 4Hd ; March , 4 41W ; April , 4s 4Vid ,
FLOUR Firm ; demand ( ulr and freely i
tilled : HI. Louis , fancy winter , Cs ,
PROVISIONS Pork , firm ; prme | mess , \v
crn , C2sCd ; prime * mess , "inedlUnV Els.
Liverpool SlorltotH.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 30. WHEAT Spot , fl
demand mndernte ; No , 2 red , winter , ( s ; N
rtM , spring , stock exhausted. ; No. 1 hard , M
toba. f * . ' , , < ! ; No. 1 CalKornla. CgtfSa 4d. Fut
opened firm , with near poslllons o ( red wl
Id higher nnd distant positions 2d .higher : I
tote ncsa n-vitt about e < iually dlslrlbuted ; closed fl
Di-cember , Cs : January , Cs } jd ; February , 5a
March , ( is Vid ; April , & 3 3d : May , Cs Id.
CORN Spol , qulel ; American mixed , 4s II
Fulures opened 'quiet and closed flnn : busli
to heavier on middle positions ; December ,
January , 4s Dd | February , 4s 4Hd ; . March , 4s 4
April , 4s 4Kd ; May , 4s Cd.
The receipt ! nt. wheat fur. the past three i
were 150,000 centals. Including 79.00) centals Ai
lean. The receipts of American corn during
pasl llin-tt days were W.GIX ) centals.
FLOUR Finn ; demand fair ; St. Louis fa
winter. 6s.
1'KAS Canadian , Ca 10id. !
PROVISIONS llacon. quiet ; demand r
Cumberland cut , K to 30 Ibs. . 33 * C.1 ; short i
S3 It * . . 31s ; long clear , light , 3S to 45 Ibs. , 33s
long clear , heavy , K Ibs. , 33a 6,1 ; short clear l
dies , haivy. .65. Jbs. . J4sj _ . cleftt. bellies. 14 I
Ibs. , > ls 3d ; shoulders , square , li lo It ) Iba. ,
c ; Hams , short cut , 14 to II Ibs. . 4Js 6,1. liee ( , e
te India mess , ' & ! ; prime meos.-Wa 3d. 1'
prime mess , fine wentem , Cls 3d : medium v
ern. Us. Lard , itteady ; prime iteilern , J7s ;
lined. In palls. SSs.
TAIIXW Fln North American , nominal.
CHEEHE-FIrm : demand moderale ; (1
American wUltc &to.W.tiIKSt Aiu rjcan cole
HUTTER-Flnest United glates. 73 ; good , (
TURPENTINE 8PlRITOa W.
ROSIN Conunon , 3a '
COTTON 'tJEUl ) OIL-Llrerpool r nned , Is.
I.1NHEED OIL-21M.
PETROLEUM Renned. S * W ,
HOPS-Al Ixindon ( Pncllia coast ) , H 17' s.
MlnnewpoliVlient MnrkoU
MINNKAl'QLIH. Nov. ! Q.Wheat opened
tilcher thla morning ou higher cable * anil .
demnni ) for ennh wheat. Clesrancen were fat
considering th hlch rates o ( ocean ( relnhts , nni
KlloKether the teellnc was cotilldent that price
would advance within the near ( uture. Th
flnnl close shovred nn ndvnnrr > ( or the day rang
In * from ' .jc to He. November. We ; Uecetnlicr
MHe ; Mny. MHOWV ; July. cmr. On track
Hard , m < ic ; No. 1 northern , K9Vc ; No. 2 north
ern , & 7v.c. Hecelpls wcro 212,340 l > u. i shlpmentu
H.EOO Iju. Flour wan llrm , with n ( nlr demam
reporteil nnd Knles ranging nt J3.20Q3.40 for | mt
onts and J2.1002.35 ( or bakers.
hTOCKS AND 1IONUS.
Securities ITcro Irrcsulur nnd Unictllri
with n Tcniltjncjr Townril Loiter I'rlcnn.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 30.-The stock ninrkc
wns Irregular and unsettled today nnd th
tendency waa In the main toward lowc
prices , the result of the day's trading beln
a decline ranging from V to 4V6 per ceni
the latter In American Tobacco. Tradln
was active , but nearly one-half the trans
actions were In Sugar , The published stutt
mcnts of President Havcmoyer of the trus
Induced heavy realization and at the open
Ing ot business there was a rush to sel
Within three-quarters of nn hour 63.0C
shares changed hands and the stcck brok
34 per cent to 83V4. At the lower figure
the shorts covered most of their outstatidln
contracts , but there waa very little othe
support. Subsequently a rally of Hi pe
cent took place and In the final dealings
reaction of H per cent , making a loss o
the day of 1 % per cent. Sugar preferred dc
cllned 2'i per cent und recovered , $ per ccn
Nearly all the trust stocks were weak I
sympathy with the leader of the market.
Tobacco , on unusually heavy sales , brok
B per cent to 30 , nnd closed at POV4- DistillIng
Ingwns unfavorably affected by the nr
nouncement that a circular had been Issue
by the directors of the company suggcstln
a 10 per cent assessment on the stock. Tli
resulting decline was 1V1 per cent , of whlc
V4 per cent had been recovered nt the closi
National Lead fell off U& per cent , closln
1'4 per cent above the lowest point touchei
The granger group participated moderate !
In the general depression In values. Th
final quotations showed n loss on the da
of H per cent In Northwestern and Hoc
Island , % per cent In St. Paul and % pt
cent In liurllngtan. The other changes wet
In the direction of lower values and Include
losses In Oregon Improvement , 1 per cen
nnd St. Paul & Omaha , % per cent , Tli
bond market held firm during the morntni
but became heavy In thu later trading , do :
Ing weak.
The Kvcnlng Post's London cable say :
The stock markets were quiet but goc
today. Mining shares arc still boomlm
Americans were steady , but negleclci
South Americans , llrm. Two promlnei
dealers , Nlckalls and Paxton , desertc
Americans for the mining market. A col
slderable clllux of gold to France Is antic
paled In connection with the Paris bours
settlement.
The following were the closing quotnttor
on the leading stocks of the New York e :
change today :
AtchUnn n Norlhwcetern 117
Adams Kxpruaa. . . 140 do pfd 141
Alton , T. U N. Y. Central
dopfd 1UK N , Y. AN. K
Am , Kxprcas 112 Ontario A W Ifi
Haltlinoro & Ohio. 07 Oregon Imp 1(1 (
Canada Pacific. . . . 110 Oresron Nav 10
Canada Soulhorn. . BOW O. S. LA U. N. . . .
Central 1'aaltlc. . . . IS IMclflo Mall
dies. A Ohio P. B. A K
Chicago Alton I'Htsbure inn
a. n. & 6 I'llllmau I'alaco , . 10:1 :
Chicago Gas Koadlni ; 1U.V
Coimolldated Gas , 1'JS ItlchmoiulTor. . . . in1
C. . C. . C. .VSt. L. . . . U7H do pfd 20
Colo. Coal & Iron. . H U. O. W 1U
Cotton Oil Cprt. . , . 27 ! U. G. W. pfd 4S
Dclawnru It. Hud. . HBHi Hock Island tie
DeL , Lack , ft W. . . St. I'an1' r > i
1) . All. G. pfd ilo i > ; .i , 117
1).AC. P. Co St. P. A Jmaha. . . . 32
Erie do pfd no
do pfd Southern Pacific. . 18
Fort Wayne 157 Sugar Uellncry , , . . HI ;
G. Northcrn-pfd. . . Tonn. Coal A Iron. 14U
C. VK. L nfd 03 Texas Pacific U
Hocklm ; Valley. . . * T. AO. Cent. pfd. . 7fi
Illinois Control. . . S3 Union Pacific. . . . . 11
St. P. ADululh. . . . U. 8. Kvnrosn 42
K. & T. pfd W. St. L. A P 0
Lake Krlo & Woat dopfd 34
do pfd ( IOH Wclli Fariro Ex. . . 10A
Lakn Shore 131) ) Wcntorn U nton . , 80
Load Trust 38 ! < Wheeling A L. E. . 11
Louisville ) & N. . . . 08W dopfd UK
L. A N. A M.ASt. L 27
Manhattan Con. . . . D. A K. G 11
* Mcmphls&C O. K 34
Michigan Cent. . . . I'll N. L 20
Missouri Pacific. . C. F. AIde 20
Mobile i Ohio. . do pfd 70
NanhvlllnChat , . . . us It. AT. C . ' . . . . 2
National Cordao. usmi T. A. A. A N. M. . . .
ilopfd 14 ! , T. St. L. AK.C. , . .
N.J. Cuntr.il na dopfd 0
N. AW. pfd 21 S. K. B 11
North Am. Co. . . . 4 ( lopfd : ii (
Northern 1'aclflc. . Am. Tob. Co DC
No. Vac. pfd . - 101
U. 1' . . D. AO
bid.
The totnl sales of stocks today were 2C6 ,
shares. Including : American Tobacco , 5EX
American fiURar , 127,100 ; llurllngtnn , 15,900 ; CI
en KO Gas. 15,300 ; Distilling nnd Cattlefecdlm ; , 2 , &
General Kleclrlo. 3.300 ! New .Icrney Central , 3.4i
Northwestern , 6,300 ; Rock Island , 4,400 ; St. I'a' '
10,300 ; Western Union , 11,500.
Now York Aluuov Market.
NF.W YORK , Nov. 20. MONEY ON CALI
In good supply at IVi per cent ; last .lean :
per cent , closed H4 per cent.
PIHMU MERCANTILE PAPER 2i3 I
cenl.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm ; actual bu
nees In bankers' bills nt SI.S7iOI.8S ( or dema
nnd at' Jt.SGV4W4.86H for 60 days. " Posted rati
J4.87lff4.87Vi and [email protected] ; commercial bll
J4.83Hffl4.8i .
SILVER CERTIFICATES 62'4c bid.
GOVERNMENT BONDS Film ; state bom
Inactive ; railroad bonds , heavy.
Closing quotations on bonds were as follows :
U.S. AS , res Ill ) 1).A U. O. 4s H01
U. S. Ss.coup 110 Krlo2ds 01
U.S. 4s , res llfi 'G. ' U. AM. A. Os. . . IK
IKor
U.S. 4s.coup 110 do 7s or
U. S.28. reir U7 MI. AT. C. Os 10.
I'.iclllc ( is of05. . . OOK do ( Is lot
Ala. Clasa A lei : M. K.AT. 1814 . . 41
Ala. CUH3 B IOS do2d4s 41s :
Ala. Clans C. . . . . Oi ! Mutual Union Os. iu
Ala. Currency. . . . U2' N.J. C.Gcn. Cs. . . . 11 :
La. Now Con. 4 . 03f ! No. Pao. Ista 111
Missouri Os 100 iloLMa 81
N. C. Oa 134 N. W. Consols 14 ]
N.C. 4H 102 do S. F. Dob. ns. IOS
8. C. nonfund R. G. West. iHts. . . 71
Tonn. new net OH. SL P. Consols 7s. . 13 !
Tenn. new nut s. 102 doC. A P. W.OB. Ill
Tonn. old Os 00 St.L.AI.M.Gen.6 71
Va. Ct'iilurlos. . . . St. L.AS.F. Ocn.II. 111 :
do , deferred Tox. Pao. Ists 81
AlchlHon 4a do2ds * * "
do2d A U. P , ists-ot 00. . . 101
Canada So. 2dH. . . ion West Shore 4s. . . . 101 ]
C. P. Ists of " 03. 102 So. U. H
V. All. O. 7 . . . . ll''H
bid.
llnUnil Sti > ok ( luoC-itlnni ,
BOSTON. Nov. 30. Call loans. 23 par centime
time loans , HBHH per cnni. Closlnr urlcoi f
tilocks , bonds nnd inlnln ? snares :
A.T. AS. F . Eleo. . . .
Am.Snirar. 3 } ( W. Eli-c. pfd 61
Am. Sugar pfd. , , . > 1)6 ) Wls. Central
Hay SlatoOas 11 U Alohlsm 2ds 1C
Hell Telephone. . . 111.1 AtchlHon 4s 04
llouloii A Albany. . 207 Now England Us. . 111
Boston AMaluo. . . ion ( Ion. Electric Cs. . . 81r
C. 1I.AQ OHM Wls. Cent. Ists. . . . r , :
Filchburj ; 82 Allantlc 1C
Gen. Kleclrle 8234K lloatin Montana 21
Illinois btcol 411 Hullo A Boston. . . It
Mexican Central. . Calumet.V Hccl.i. . 20 :
N. Y. AN.K Centennial fit
Old Colony 180 Franklin 1 !
Oro.Short Lino. . . 7 Kearaargo
Rubber. 4II Oscoola Ql
Union Pacific 4IIUK Quincy 01
West End 07M Tamarack 15
W. End pfd 80
N3.T York Altnl.i ; v > l > ntlon.
NKW YORK. Nov. ' 30.-Tlio following are t
closing mlnlni ; auolattons :
Hulwer. D Ontario. . 001
Choler 00 Ophlr 2U (
Crown 1'olut. . . . . . . 43 Plymonth : u
Con. Cat. A Va. . . . 341) Qulckallver 01
De.-uhvooil , . . . 40 ( lopfd 1501
Gould A Curry. . . . 40 Sierra Nevada , . . , ( U
HaloANorcross. . 10O Standard , . . , . . lot
Homcstako 1SOO Union Con 3 :
Mexican 70 Yellow Jacket. . , . 4C
London Htnok < J\iot \ : tloni.
LONDON , Nov. aOr-1 p. m ,
Can. Pacltlc fllW Mexican ordinary. 10 :
Erie 12M Pennsylvania 61
Krlo 2ds 72 Ilcadlnsr „ >
lll.T _ > ntral 02 _ Max. Con. now 4a. C'
DAR SILVER-28 P-10d per ounce.
MONEY M per cent.
The ralo of discount In the opoa market for be
short and three months' bills U l'-lil par cent.
Mimiiflut Notes.
DOSTON. Nov. 30. Clearings. J18,020C07 : 1
ances , J1.783KH > .
RALTIMORE. Nov. SJ.-Clcarlngs , J2.419.I
balances. J274.143.
NKW YORK. Nov. JO. Clearings , J107.WO , :
balances. J8,5S9.fCO.
MEMPHIS. Nov. SO. Clearings. ' J110,933 ; 1
anc s , Jill,351. New York exchange , selling
par.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 30.-Clearing , Jlt74.
New York exchange , bonk , par ; commercial , J
premium.
PARIS , Nov , SO. Three per cent rentes , :
SOc ( or the account. Exchange on London ,
13o for checks.
PHILADELPHIA , Nov. SO. Clearings , J1I.H
177 ; balances. Jl.tT7.zl3 : ( or Ihe month , clearln
J2C , S80.:43 ; balances , JU.Jil.SU.
CINCINNATI. Nov , 30. Money , 5 > 05 per ci
Clearings. J2.387.UO ; ( or the month , JOS.0 , <
( or corresponding month last ycsr , JM.VJ7.liO.
IX3NDON. Nov. SO. Gold Is quute.1 lodoy
lluenos Ayrea at 264 ; Madrid. 1S.W ; Lisbon. 22
UU I'elerKuurg , 60 ; Athens , T7 ; Home , toi.eO ;
cnna , lot.
CHICAGO. Nov. JO.-ClKirlngs.JI9.4K.OOS Mor
404 per cent on call. New York exchange ,
premium. Foreign exchange , higher : sterll
commercial. Jt.81V4O4.8CH.
BT. LOl'IS. Nov.47learlngs , J4.U5,170 : 1
nncea , J703.4S4. Money , quiet at ( UT per ci
Exchange on New York , par lo S&e premli
Clearings ( or the month , JM.12t.167 ; balan
111,674ViZ : tuune montli last yaar. JlKi.lT4.4tt , I
ances , JI4,760 , 1I , Increase , J2I7,7US , or 3
I cent.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK 1ARKET1
I n
Sharp Tailing Off b Arrives the Mai
Feature of the Trade.
i \ .
DEMAND FOR BEEF CATTLE-IS IMPROVEl
Moro Dcstrnblo Offerings' "Than Common c
Find Heady Sale liitchcrn | unit
Stockem tollurrIlocs Sell
n Slmilo Stronger1.
FIUDA-Y. Nov. 30.
Supplies were not very lienvy today , S
cars In all. The Thanksgiving holiday ill :
organized business to a great extent th
week , and compared with last the fallln
off In receipts amounted to about 6,000 ca
tie , 3),000 hogs and 1,000 sheep.
There was an active demand both froi
dressed beef men nnd shippers for dcslrab
fat cattle , r.nd the few of that descrlptlc
hero readily changed hand.i at a shat
stronger prices. Anything1 , In fact , thi
killers could use was sold to better at
vantage than on Wednesday , but the thl
stuff that neither feeders nor killers wantt
wns slow sale and weak.
Cow stuff was In tolerably liberal suppl ;
very fair demand nnd quotably stead ;
perhaps a Bhade stronger on the more di
slrable grades. The calf market woa du
nnd lower , with prices off We to U th
week. Hulls , stags , etc. , soltl ut ubol
itendy figures.
Stackers nnd feeders sold ns they did c
Wednesday. The supply wns not largo n <
was the demand what would be called vli
orous , still holders had no dllllculty I
selling good , smooth , fleshy stock for fir ;
prices. Hough , thin stockers were no ensli
to work err even nt prevailing low value
A fair volume of business was done , doc
to choice feedera nre quotable nt from $2.
to $3.25 , fair to good from $2.35 to $2.GO. ni
common grades from $2.25 down. Ilepr
scntatlve sales :
nnnssED HGEF.
'o. Av. Pr. No. Av. I'r , No. Av. Pr.
' . . . .1031 J2 00 12..1108 J300 11. . . . 1011 J3 33
. . . .lior 3(10 ( 11..1031 310 10..1038 333
1..1010 3 00 2. . . . 975 3 M
SHIPPING AND EXPOKT.
. . . .108D 3 35 11..12S2 375 33..1333 400
1..HV ) 3 DO
COWS.
. . S.r.3 1 15 4. . . . 817 1 60 1. . . . 920 2 OC
. . SM 1 23 1. . . . Sft ) 1 03 12. . . . 770 f. 10
. . 855 1 23 5..1000 1 C3 9. . . . 92) ) 2 1C
. . 880 1 30 1C. . . . 781 1 65 G..10I1 2 IS
1 35 1. . . . 990 1 C5 W. . . . 891 2 IS
1 40 IS. . . . 879 1 C5 4..1037 2 I !
1 40 8. . . . SSC 1 Co 7 9-M 2 1 !
. . 92 ? 1 40 14. , 091 1 70 9. .1074 2 1 !
. . 857 1 40 15. , f53 1 70 1. . 9 0 2 2 (
. . 841 1 45 , C92 1 75 45. .817 2.21
. . 917 ICO 1. . . . 780 1 75 C..1050 2 21
. . 970 1 DO 8. . . . 9C2 1 73 1..1251) 2 2J
. . 910 1 DO 1..1140 1 75 . SCI
. . CGO 1 50 1..1D10 173 .1135 23C
. 1000 1 CO 2..1075 1 75 . 920 2 3C
. . K.1 1 DO 17. . . . SO ) 1 SO .1040 2 3 ;
. . sos 1 DO 1. . . .IK ) 1 8 > .110 ; 2 V.
. . 870 1 50 9. . . 753 1 90 .1123 2 E
. . I-2G 1 W 4. . . 4. . . 933 2 K
. .1000 1 DO 11. . . 948 2 00 1. . . 9JO 2 6 (
. . 897 1 55 19. . . (170 2 00 . E45 2
. .1010 1 6) 1. . . 850 2 00 .1005 2 5'
. . 942 1 fiO 1. . . E10 20- ) li. . .1075
. . 72) 1 GO : . . . 1010 2 0) 3. . .110- ) 2 V
.110871
1 GO 3. . . 885 2 00 11. . . 871 28 !
HEIFERS.
, 317 1 10 . . . . 450 1 ST 503 1 6 (
, 34 ? 1 15 534 1 4' ' ) 7. . C03 1 t
, 457 1 15 SCO 1 40' ' ' 1. . , 730 1 8 !
, 4SO 1 25 90 1 40' ) 5. . . . 72-i 1 ! K
. 375 1 25 3-0 14 , ) 7. . 783 2 ( X
. 000 1 25 210 1 50. 3. . . . C'JJ 2 Oi
4CO 1 25 626 1 00 . . . . 8 2 2 :
1 30
CALVES
1. . . 100 1 00 L. . . 100 1150 2. . . . 293 20 <
1. . . 203 1 05 1. . . . 170 1W ( 2. . . . 110 2 Oi
1. . . 2-W 1 25 2. . . . 185 1,50. . 2. . . . 325 2 2 :
1. . . . 340 1 35 1 , . . . 350 1 C ) 1. . . . 270 2 DI
1. . . . SSO 1 M 2. . . . II1) 301
BULLS :
1. . . 110 1 40 1. . . . 910 1 79 1..1210 1 9' '
3. . . . 810 1 40 1..1320 1'70' ' 1..1U ) 1 9 :
1..1400 1 40 1..1330 1178 1..1130 1 9 :
1..1140 1 DO 1..1I10 175 , . 1..1070 2 Oi
2..1095 1 55 1..12SO 175. ' L. . . 950 2 9
1..1220 1 CO 1..ICIO ? fO" 1..1620 2 1' '
1..1580 1 CO 1..123) 1 W ) 1..1780 2 li
1..1280 1 GO 1..1030 185 1..1650 22 <
1. . . . 830 1 65 1..1220 tM , 1..1C50 2 2
1..1300 1 65 I ,
OXEN.
1..1450 2 25' ' 3..i700 200'
' STAGS. '
1..1070 200 > f
KTOCKEUS AND PEEUEnS.
2SS 1 73 5. . . .1000 2 25 ' 17. . G95 2 4
7. . . . 7CO 1 9) . - 7. . . . G2I 2 Si 1. .102) ! I 5
L. . . 7SO 2 00 4. . . . 575 2 2 * 14. . CS3 2 5
14. . . . f,99 3 W 4. . . . 542 2 30 13.C. . . 514 2 C
I. . . . 570 2 00 8. . . . 3C9 2 30 C.O . . G7S 2 5
1. . . . DW 200 4. . . . 400 230 O . 415 2 C
2. . . . 400 2 00 2) . . . . C20 230 2) ! . Gil 2 t
1..1200 II 00 14. . . . 542 30 IS. .K62 2 7
2. . . . C15 200 8. . . . 031 235 18.7S. . '
2. . 4W 200 M. . . 906 2 33 7S. .1093
4. . 5f ? 2 W . D50 2 33 1. . 1)21) ) 27
4. . , 337 2 10 . 350 2 40 1. .1100 2 9
2. . . 800 2 25 . 332 2 43 3..1030 2S
12. . . 633 2 25 Si. . . GC1 2 43 1C..1213 3 1
4. . . 890 2 23 L. 390 2 45 19..1043 3 1
21. . . 749 2 25
MILKKIIS AND
1 cow nml cnlf . , . . . .J22
springer . SI
1 cow nnd calf . 2i
springer 30
WESTEHN CATTLB.
COLOHADO.
No. Av. I'r. No. Av. Pi
29 Htocrs. . . . 855 2 GO 1 cow 630 1 C
5 cows , 780 1 M D5 QUW3 780 2 :
1C3 COWB. . . . , 85S 3 25 1 Btr. IIR.-.1070 2 B
I cow .1180 1 15 5 bulls 1210 1 :
1 bull 1000 1 35 1 bull 12.0 1 4
1 bull 1020 1 63 3 cowa. , 916 1 7
.3 cons 891 1 70 5 cjwg 780 1 ' <
1 bull 13SO 175 22 COW3 9 4 2 J
2 cows. 00 225 Gi cows 910 2 :
27 feeders. . . . 879 2 CO 1 steer. 110) ) 2 7
3 steem. 930 2 75 1 Bteer. 1010 27
21 steers. 1037 3 25
" * * WTOMINd.
J. W. ItoRera.
1 cow IOS ) 2 W l feeiler 1130 2 n
4 cows SiO 2 45 4 feeders. . . . 812 25
3 feeders..1210 2 75 .1
IDAHO. ,
E. P. DodO.
1 cow S40 1 95 G cows , 302 2 J
1 feeder 1170 225 10 feeders..1101 31
J. M. Stewart.
3 Shelters. . . . 493 213 1 Btr. tin..1060 22
1 stag. 1510 225 1 ciw. 1UO 2-1
1 cow 1100 240 Meows WO } 24
1 steer. 1000 305 1 steer. 12TO 3C
22 stecre 1025 305
305Clark.
Clark.
10 cows 937 2 20
William ConaUfthton.
3 strn. llg..1040 200 0 sirs. Jig..1176 21
43 cows 853 22) ) 8 feeders..1017 27
19 feeders..WS1 275
Dim Reagan ,
6 sirs , tiff. . .1282 215 Clews 975 2 !
3 frailer.1123 275 It feeJers. . . . 9JJ 2i
24 feeders..10U3 275 feeders. . . . 1020 21
IIOO3 IlecHpts were Imrdly as large as de
crs were anticipating , being more than 1,000 slier
or lay Friday's supply. 1'nckcrs were the o
buyers 'early , anil ns their wants were not at
urgent they were generally Inclined to ask c <
ccsHlons , which sellers wcro tlelermlned nol
make. As a result early trading was slow i
Ihe feeling weak. After the market fat
opened dealers got together on- the basis
steady prices , and toward the close the rule v
a slight advance on decenl weight stuff. Het
hogs sold at from J4.35 to Jl.cl light anil Hi
mixed stuff at from J3.75 to J4.45 and pigs
from Jl toJ3 for 30 to 100-lb. stock. Armour 1
an order here from Chicago for pigs , tiut th
wera still all of l.WK ) unsold ut the close. 1'
to good hogs weighing around ZOO Ibs. und
ward sold largely at from J4.35 to $1,53. as agal
J4.40 to J4.D5 Wednesday and J4.35 lo J4.43 on 1
Friday. lleprest-ntatWe Bales- ; , ,
( . . . . , . . M . . . 200 3 10J . . . 375
lit M . . . 200 t 191 . . . J 75
1 71 . . . * 09 1 MO . . . ITS
S3 47 . . . ! 00 1 30 , . , J 75
I..MO . . . 200 1 } 107 . . . S M
119 61 . . . 200 73 109 . . . 210
14 ra . . . 200 oo si . . . 2 i
103 M . . . 200 117 74 . . . JW
32 61 . . . S 2S 102 V4 . . . 290
40 73 . . . 2 M M . . . 200
: i 70 . . . 285 1 ! 00 . . , 9\
I iso , . , 2 co i..3oo . . . s oo
S ISO . . . 2 CO 43 ,83 „ , . S 00
1 150 . . . 373 2 SCO . . . 100
1 3ft ) . . . 27 : 4 1J3 . . . SM
1 200 . . . 27S 12 123 . . . 375
SI1 Kill' None were received. The demand wi
very fair nml thn market nuotnbty tle.idy. Fn
to clmlco natives nre nuntaM * nt JS.254Tt. 0 , fn
lo ROH ! westerns nt J100R2.70 , common nd stoc
"leep , | 1.0oni.72. nnd goo < l to choice 40 lo 100-1
tubs nt $2.5003.75.
Ilpcolpti iintl IH < p < xltUm of Stock.
Omclnl receipts and dlnpoiltlon of utoclc t
liown by the books of the Union Block Yuri' '
impany for the twenty-four hours cmllns at
'clock ' p. m. , November 30. 1831 :
RECEIPTS.
Cars. lte.1
'nttte ' . 103 S.9
OK * 93 7,4
DISPOSITION.
DISPOSITION.Cattle
Cattle , Itoei. Slice ;
maha 1'nrklntr company 179 . . .
he Q. H. Hammond Co. . . . 293 1,015
ivlft nml Company. . . . 441 lr )9 ) . . .
he Cuilahy 1'acklns Co. . . . 911 3.123
'eluon Morris 212
Hans 95 . . . . .
llccker A DcRcn 8.1
' . I ) . Armour , 832
Jirey 34
'umllton & 9 IS
IxJbman 109
- . Decker 14
teuton & W 4
nippers and feeders 3T > > 111 . . .
, et over , 300 1,500
Totals 2,933 6,905
CHICAGO LIVI : STOCK.
rncloTiin Slow but Stnmc fur Doslrubl
Klilpplng Htrorn.
CHICAGO , Nov. 30. Trndo wns slow In cntll
lie market win strong for desirable ghlpplt
cers nnd was about steady for other lilnO
ho receipts for the expired part of thli wei
liow a decrease of 33,000 head. Most of tl
oclc had been cold by noon on n bnsla of fro
.23 to 13. CO for Inferior to extra cows m
elfers , from $3 to $0.50 for common to fan
: eers. from $1.73 to SI. DO for westerns and fro
.60 to J3.40 for Texnns.
The hoi ? trade was looking for lnrno receir
or next week. Hurlne the day nliout nil t :
IOBS changed handi , but It was a draKRlnK ni
rather disappointing market. The Ix-st hea'
'ocs sold around $1.73 , and from $4.40 to $1 ,
as paid for choice llRht.
The sheep market was moderately nctlvo ai
trong , the light receipts during the last fc
lays nnd the prospects of moderate runs In t
uture FcrvlnR to restore confidence. Good
holca sheep were quoted nt from J2.50 to J1.
jnd poor to fair qualities nt from $1 to J2.M. T
lamb market was strong at from J2 to $1vl
most of the sales nt from $3.25 to $3.75.
HeceluU : Cattle , 13.009 head ; calves , 300 hca
men. 35,000 hcnd ; sheep , 800 head.
The E enlnR Journal reports : HOGS Ilecclp
5,000 head : olllclnl Wednesday , 28.310 head ; shl
uents , 10.G71 bead : left over , about 7,100 hen
luallty continues fair : market moderately nctl
nd prices sternly : sales rnnito nt J3.75W4.50 (
iRht , JI.20WI.li for rouRh paoUlnR. JI.20RI.73 1
nixed , Jl.SOff 1.83 for heavy packing and slilppl
ots and $2.4001.10 for pics.
CATTLE-Recnlpls , 13.000 head ; market nctl
.nd tlrm nt 6W10c ndvnnco.
SHEEP R'ctlpls , 8JO head ; market fn'.rly ncil
.nd llrm. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
St. LoilU l.lvn Stuck Mnrkot.
ST. LOUIS , Nov. SO. CATTLE-Recclpts. 2 , :
lend ; BhlpmentE , 2,000 head : market strons
, nd a Bhade bettor for desirable grades. Natl
leers of 80091,9)0 Ihs. ranged nt JZ.BOP4. ;
in shipping Brades offered ; cows runned frc
1.75 to $2.50 ; Texas steers sold ut J2.2j3. <
X/WR. J2.00if2.23.
HOGS Ilecelpts. 6.400 bead ; shipments , 3.1
cad ; mnrket SKJlOc hither and active. Il (
ieavy , JI.CJffi4.70 ; Rood IlKat and mixed , $1.4
.00 : common nnd rough. J3.9-i'4.3' ' ) .
SHEEP Recclpls. 1,000 head ; shipments , :
lead ; mnrket active and better ; native m'.x
iold , $2.i2. 3 : Bood southern mixed , $2 , '
amba , S2.Wif3.23.
Kansas CUy l.lvo Stock Mnrknt.
KANSAS CITV , Nov. 30. CATTLfi nocelp
i.500 head ; shipments , 4,201 bend ; best strong
Oc hlRhcr ; others steady ; Texas steers. J2.0lft2.
"exns cows , $ l.r > 0 2.25 ; beef steers Ji30Bi. !
.nttve . cows. .J1.006T3.25 ; stockcrs and ( cede
$2.000.1.50 ; bulls. Jl.23fn.C3.
1IOGH Receipts. 13,400 head ; shipments ,
ead ; market weak , 5c lower : bulk of fab1 ? . $1
3 > 4.65 : henvles. $ Mr > ® 4,65 : packers. J4.40i l.
nixed. $1.3081.6.lights ; , $1.0081.35 ; Yorkers. J (
01.33 ; pigs. $2.75Q3.95.
SHEEP Ilecelpts , 0,300 head ; shipments , 1.
bead ; market firm nnd active.
Now York l.lvn Stunk Mnrknt.
NEW YOKIC , Nov. 30. UEEVES-On sale.
cars : market firm : poor to prime native stee
J3.DOW5.25 : nxcn. $3.0044.25 ; bulls. J2.IMii3.CO. I
ropcan cables quote American steers at 881
dressed welRht : refrlgerntor beef. 6 > iWS > ic. per
BHEEP AND I < AMI1S On sale , 14,000 he ;
market dull nnd weak nt Uflc lower ; she
poor to prime. $1.5032.70 ; lambs , common
choice. $3.0 > ffU2H.
HOGS Ilecelpts , 10.SOO head ; market firm ;
fcrlor to choice , $1.0083.00.
block In iilit.
Record of receipts nt the four principal m
kcts for t'rlday , November 30 , 1891 :
Cattle. HOBS. She
South Omaha . 2,533 7,406
Chicago . 13.050 33.001
Can as City. . O.SOO 13,000 G ,
it. Loula . 2.20) C.401 1 ,
Totals . . . ' . . 21.C33.C1.80 * C ,
Wool
T1OSTON , Nov. 30. The American Wool c
Cotton Reporter says of the wool trade : No la
single transactions arc effected In these ila
danufacturem are not buying In iiuanllly , I
hey urn using nn Immense mnount , so thai (
quent small movements make n mlckle In
nonth. Perhaps this week Ims been somewl
quieter than last. If one Judges by the sa
although the aggregate sol down for the wee
; o our knowledge , does not Include nil the 1
of wool that have changed hands In the perlo
ret on Its surface the market has appeared
ess active than It has ordinarily presented Hf
lor a monlh past , The ( act Is all recent bti
ness has been done In a. quiet way ; when i
iii-prest volume has bt-en transacted there I
> ccn no demonslrallve evidence beyond the m
cet report. This season ot 1891 Is a unique p
od In this respect , ns well as on Ihe score
ow prices. The Bales of Ihe week amount
2,220,000 Ibs. domestic nnd 659,000 Iba. foreli
making a total of 2.919.COO Ihs. , ngalnst n total
2,770t,00 Ibs. ( or the previous week nnd n to
of 5.8CO.OOO Ibs. ( or the corresponding week I
yeur. The miles since January 1 , 1891 , umoi
o 130,783,585 Iba. , against lOO.Kw.OCO Ila. a y
agn. The sales In Philadelphia have amoun
0 883.800 Ili3.
LONDON , Nov. 30. There was a fair select
offervd at Iho wool fales loday. The bldd
was ( ree and yeslcrday's advance was ( ully E
talned. France was a very keen buyer of i
and greasy merinos and Ihe home Irade v
generally active ( or all descriptions. Gcrmn
WHS n ( rce buyer of most all sorts. The num
of baleo t : lay wns 9,302 , of which SO" " ) were wl
druwn. The following nre the sales In detr
few South WnlcB. 1,227bales ; scoured. 8H
9 21 ; greasy , EViOSV&d , Queensland , 1,011 bal
scoured. IHidQls : greasy. 4H3Vid. Vlctot
: ,739 bnles ; scoured , 7',4dgl3 3d ; greasy , 4 4 < J
Swan River , 4S5 bales ; scoured , i54&9d ; gri-n
4fH4d. New Zealand , 852 l.nles ; scoured. 6(4
Is 14d : greasy , 4ViW9',6d. Cape of Good Hi
and Natal , 1,204 bules ; scoured , DVidifla
grerisy. 4r7'.4d.
ST. LOUIS , Nov. 30. "WOOL Steady under
vorable foreign advices , but prices are unchang
St. Limit ( leiierul .Mnrket.
"
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 30. FLOUR Firm , but qul
patents. J2.DOff2.75 ; extra fancy. J2.25B2.35 ; chc
.0 fancy. Jl.75ft2.15 ; rye , [email protected]
WHEAT Slrong nnd higher on bullish cab
closing % OV4c above Wednesday ( or May , \ \ ]
cash also showed nn advance ; No. 2 red. c ;
ami December , 52c ; January , Mo ; May , & 7'.4jS7
CORN Slrorig nrid ncllvo early , later sell
olt , closing He below lo Cc for May ; No. 2 ml
cash , 4Sc ; December , 45Uc ; January , 44Uc ; M
4Cc.
OATS Higher nnd generally firm for fului
No. 2. cash , SO'/e ; December , 31c ; May , 82
32 > , ic
RVE Neglecled ; No. 2 , cash , track , offered
i',5c.
HARLEY Weak nnd lower : Minnesota ,
5714c.
HltAN Scarce ; cash , [email protected]
FLAX SEED Nominal.
CLOVER HEED J8.00fl8.50.
TIMOTHY SEED J4.755.30.
HAY { Julet , uttxidy.
11UTTER Slow : separator creamery , ! lj ?
fancy Elgin , 20f27e ; dairy. 18B20c.
KGGS Steady ; demand fair ; ( resh , IT'.Jc. '
LEAD Easy ; J2.90 bid.
HPELTER-J3.12'4. sellers.
CORN MEAIJ2.0 ; 2.10.
WHISKY Firm at J1.23.
COTTON TIEa 70c.
1'RO VISIONS 1'oik , quiet ; standard m
1i.37'i. l inl , easier ; prime steam , $ G.80ij > i
Dry salt me.iUi , loose shoulders. $5.25 ; lei
$ < U2V& ; ribs. J6.25 ; shorts. JG.37Vi ; lioxetl , 15c m
llacon , packed Bhouldcrs , $9.25 ; longs , t7 ; I
J7.12Vj : shorts , $7.25.
HECKIITH Flour. C.O * ) l.bli. ; wheat , li
1m. ; com. 85,000 bu. ; oats. 61.000 bu ,
SHI TMKNTB Flour , 3,000 bbls. ; wheat , ]
bu. ; corn , 4,000 bu. ; oats. 8.000 bu.
ftugur Jilurkiir.
NKW A'ORIC. Nov. 0. SUdAR-IUw , < :
lower to nrll ; fair rellntnlg , 3c : centrtfugal
tent. 3Vic : sales , none ; rellned , dull ; No. 6. i
3 15-iac ; No. 7. 3S I 13-16c ; No. 8. SHO3 11-
No. tl. 3 7-lGft3Kc : No. II ) , 3f(316c ; No.
J 5-16tf'3V4c : No. 12. S 63 7-I6cj No. 13. 1 3-
oft A , 3 13-16c ; confectioners' A. 3 U-1S&4
cut loaf , 4T4&S 1-lCc ; crushed , 4TiO3 11-lCc ; |
der d. 4-6-16yUo ; irranulatcd , 4 H-lCf/5'ic ; cu
4 5-WMWc.
1XNDON , Nov. M. SUOAn-Cane , quiet : <
trltuital Java , 11 M ; Muicovado , fa'r rclln
8 3d. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
pulutliVhcnt ainrUot.
DULUTH , Nov. JO. WHKAT Close : N <
hard , cash and Novemlwr. 6lo ; December , K
Mny. C3c ; No. 1 northern , cash nnd Novem
liy-c ; Deovmber , Ufic : May , C2c ; No. 2 north
ca h , Wc , No. 3 , WHc ; rejected. COVic : to
rive. No. 1 northern , W.ic ; No. 1 hard , Glc.
Coffco Markut.
NDW YORK , Nov. lO.-COFl'EB-Opt
npencd barely steady at a decline of 10i/15 pal
ruled somewhat Irregular nnd generally v
under local prnsbure ; clos < l ti&rely Ulead *
100-10 points decline , lalea , 23,25 ] bag * , Includ
nunrr , $ UlV311.tOi ( IVhniAry , JJl.JO ; MAreli
: J.7i > fll ( 0 , May , J12.J5fllf.tO. Heptembei
2.10 12.15. Spot coff c. Rio. quiet ; Na 1
5.75. Mild. qultti Conlovn , Jt .fKl > .lC
lies , 1,000 bngj Rio , No. H. rpot , at ( II.M
.0 lmR ttnrnnllla and C.MM boK * Marftrolha b
I. Wnr hou # deliveries from New York yn
TdRjr. 3MI I KS ; Ni r York * tock to > 1ny. 10.W
ig ; L'nlletl StnlM stock , 1SS.M7 bam ; nflont fo
ie United Hint * ? . 30dX ( > ) IMRS ; totnl visible fo
10 1'iillpJ States. 4'JIt.S7 bags , ngntnst 417,0 :
B ln l year.
HANTOH. Nov. SO. Market quirt ; pond nvernRl
I.JO | two days' receipts , 50,000 bags ; rtocV
I.OCO bags.
HAMIIl'Itn. Nov. SO.-Mnrkct utendy ; prlcf
nee Wednesilsy unehnnReil lo H PIK lowci
lie * , two days , 49.000 KIR * .
HAVRE , Nov. S0.-Opened quiet. MOVif decline
t 12 m. , unchanged ; nt 3 p. m. . -f decline
osed quiet nt unchnnRed prices to n decline c
f ; total sales , 1G.OCO bags.
RIO DK JANEIRO. NOV. 30.-ul ti No. 7 Rl <
,3.75 ; cuchnnne , IHidi two days' receipts , 7,0 <
ass ; cleami for Hie United States , 11,000 big !
'eatcd for Europe , none ; stock , 213,000 bags.
CI.UAIMNO 1IIHJSK TOTALS.
of linnlnots Trnnsnctoil liy th
Asunclnlpil Hunks I.nut Werk.
Nn\V YORK. Nov. 30-Tlie followltiK tftbti
omplloil by Urmlstreol's , shows the toll :
Icnruncos nt the tirtncljtut cities nnd th
orcotitage of Incrcnsc .or ilecroaso , ns cot. '
nrcil with the corn : ; | > oiuUng week las
car :
I'cnrlit Cr-.llll .Murlcpt.
A , Nov. 30.-CORN Firm , hither ; No.
12'.4c : No. 3. 42i\
OATS-Slr.w : No. 2 white , SOiiOSlc ; No.
white. 304W30)Sc. !
HYK Scuice , nominal ; > 'o. 2 , 51c.
WIIIHICY Firm ; hlRli wine bakls. $1.23.
RKCEII'T.S Wlieat , 3.00J bu. ; corn. 4S.730 In
oats , iG.300 bu. ; rye 1,200 bu. ; barley , Z9.WH I ;
SHIPMENTS Wheal. GOO bu. ; corn. 13.G30 hi
oals , 14,300 bu. ; rye , none ; barley , 18,200 bu.
VOTING BY MACHINE.
Noir York's Constitution 1'crmlts 1'xpoi
men ! * In tliat Dlrrctlon ,
Among the Important changes IntroJuc
n New York by the adoption of the amend
constitution at the recent elcct'lon Is 'the t
moval of that section of the old Instrumc
which required that elections should bo 1
ballot. " This action permits the Inlrodu
tlon of the voting machine , which has be
successfully tested at various places In t
state , If the legislature provides the ncct
sary legislation. The attitude of the N <
York press toward the proposed adoption
the voting machine Is exceedingly frlendl
says the Philadelphia Ledger. In fact , t
extensive test to which the machine has be
subjected seems to establish to the point
demonstration that the device would be ,
the long run , a much cheaper method of vc
ng than the Australian ballot system , will
ms become the vogue In many states , n
that It is more accurate and convenient th ;
any voting system which has bsen on tr ]
n this country.
When the Australian ballot system w
adopted In Pennslyvanld It became nccessa
n many counties to Increase the votl
divisions two and three-fold. A single votl
machine has recorded without error a thot
and votes at ono election , a capacity 1
registering votes which would allow a vc
decided reduction of election precincts , wl
the consequent saving of rent , ' service
election ofucer ? , cost of printing tickets n
the Incidentals which swell the cost , of eli
tions to largo figures In tho. aggrcga
The appliance requires but nne booth
each election place , and will accomplish
much In a given period ns ten or clcv
booths under the present Now York syste
According to the estimate of the New Yc
'
Sun , more than $100.000 could bo Bay
yearlyby the use of Iho machine. Duri
the time It has been tried In certain to-
elections It has recorded 100,000 votes , It
said , with entire accuracy.
The. device counts the vet as It Is recorc
by the voter himself , and the result Is kno
Immediately at the closing of the poll. 1
advantage of this .to .the press and to , , I
public. , anxious to secure election tntelllgei
at the- earliest possible moment. Is obvlo
The most trying , tedious and resporul
\s-ork of election olllcers sets in after i
voters' duty has been performed.
Voting by machine would furnish mi
greater eecrccy to the voter than any syst
now In use. He can vcte "straight" or
Individuals by simply pulling a lover , i
ho can cast but one vote , for the act
voting for one person or party locks
other levers until the voter leaved the boc
when all the levers are unlocked again by
closing of the door behind him , and
booth Is prepared for the entrance ot
other voter. The Illiterate voter may
assisted by color designations
other emblems which Indicate the lever
knob he desires to manipulate. Charts c
sldo the booth fully explain the position
the knobi , and 'the blind and hclpl
classes could bo aided , under a careft
framed law. The New" York Post Is E
Isfled that this Is the ballot system ot
near future , and asks that provision for
as allowed by the new constitution , she
ba made In the forthcoming new ballot 1
This journal flnds the only 'serious object
to It In the possibility of the breakdown
a machine In the midst ot an election
contingency , -which , It thinks , could bo ]
vlded for. An experiment ot this nut
would be watched with much Interest
other communities , but , whatever Its i
ecu may be , Pennsylvania could not ad
It without an amended con tl.tuton. |
August while wonting In the harv
field I became overheated , was suddenly
locked with cratnpa and was nearly de
Mr. Cummlngs , the druggist , gave me a d
ot Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and L >
roea Remedy which- completely relieved ;
I now keep a hottla of the remedy hati
JL , M. Dunnell , Centcrvllla , Wash.
DUN'S AND BRADSTREET'S
foreign Exchnngo is Now Very Near to the
Gold Exporting Point ,
NO INCREASE IN LABORERS EMPLOYED
This , with the iMvt 1'rlco ot Fnrin rroilucti ,
' 1'otrcr of
lletliirm- the 1'uroliiuliiE
thel'copleToo txivr fur Much
Activity.
NEW YOIIK. Nov. 30.-H. O. Dun ft Co. '
vcckly review of trade , which will be Ii-
ucil tomorrow , will sny : The complete sue-
cs of the government loan nnd the rc-
lenlshmont of the gold reserve have not
crccptlbly affected business nor prevented
n advance of foreign exchange to near
he- exporting point. Meanwhile domestic
rnilo nnil Industry have not been InlUicncctl
> y the henvy defalcation In one bank nnd
minor disorders In two others , nor by a
nllurc of the Krlc railway to meet the In-
ercst on Its bonds. The clotting ot sugar
ellnerles will diminish the Industrial force
moro than It Is Increased by the resumption
f Bethlehem steel works nml n few other
onrerns. The controlling fact U Unit , nl-
hotiKh In two Instances witgcii have been
ncrcnseO , thu earning * of the working force
nnd Its purchasing jxiwcr nre not on the
vhole enlarging nt present nnd prices ot
he chief farm prcdiicts do not materially
inpruve. Cotton reached ft ccntn last Oat-
inlay , nnd has rcacteil 3-10 of u cent after
i week of henvy speculation. Crop estl-
nntes of the New Orleans Cotton exchange
tvernsc 9.2DO.OM bales , nnd a larger quantity
IUH como Into xlKht this year than In 1S31 ,
vhen the yield was over 9,000,000 bales. The
ivcrngo price In November of that year wan
7-16 cent : ) . At that price the -1,781,000 bales
vlilch came In Fight In the three niontlm
wiling December I would have paid n3
mich debt ns the 6,371,000 bales nt the prlco
his year , but tvon that would not explain
he large marketing , unless the crop was
arger.Vhrnt Is 1'4 cents higher than a
veelt ngo , nnd western receipts Btlll exceed
nst year's , amounting since July 1 to 103-
00,000 bushels , against 100,800,000 bushels last
car , while exports from all ports have been
about 21,000 buslu-ls smaller. The smaller
uantttlps received last year paid morJ dObts
nnbottt JSOftO,003 than the larger quantity
his year , and ns wheat sold for the Ilrst
line below CO cents Just after harvest It may
laturnlly bo held bnrlc for better returns.
3orn has advanced n fraction , receipts being
argor than a year ago , nnd on the whole
he outcome for farmers has not so Improved
as to promise larger buying by the west
and south. The great Industries fairly main-
nln the production previously reported , but
cannot bo expected to Increase It nt this
season. A few more Iron works have gene
nto operation nnd the demand Is reported
nrger , but there Is n distinct weakness In
prices , especially nt Plttsburg , nnd Hessc-
ner. Iron billets , nails nnd some structural
'orms nre quoted lower. The rail comblnn-
lon has agreed to n reduction of $2 per ton
for the next year. Coke contracts nre being
made for the first quarter cf 1895 nt current
rates.
Failures this week havn been In the
1'nlled States 2S3 , against 271 last year , and
n Canada thirty-six , against forty-eight
ast year.
IIU.VUSTUKtiT'j * TKADi : IUJVIKW ,
Nn Central Improvement In Iinluoss la
thnVct mid South.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 30-Bradstreet's to
morrow -will say : There Is no general or
radical Improvement In business nt the
south , the west , or the northwest , but In
.ho central -western states , nnd particularly
at some Important cities In- the middle nnd
northwestern states , the reverse Is true , a
material gain In demand for many season
able Btaplcn having shown Itself , with a
corresponding Increase In volume of goods
distributed und orders for future deliveries.
This was Independent of the staple * to the
; rade In certain lines due to npproachtnR
tolldays , nnd In spite of the check to Iho
. 'olume of general business within the week
paused by the Thanksgiving holiday. A
sharp revival In prices was shown by quota
tions for some grades of lumber , but moro
[ lurtlculnrly for cotton , wheat , oats nnd
lard , Improving prices of the first two ot
which having had an Influence for nood.
Decreases In prices and naval stores are
reported , but quotations for structural Iron ,
rice , whisky , tobacco , porlc , coffee nnd slignr
arc steady. It should be explained that
rails are now held at J22 , the lowest prlco
on record , and billets and pig Iron are re
spectively t2 nnd $1.GO below England quota
tions. At Chicago pig Iron dealers nre tryIng -
Ingto force an advance , but nt St. I ouls
Iho market Is without life and the price Is
low. Cottcns arc weaker since the cut made
by a New York house. A stimulating In-
( luence of n purely statistical nature Is the
decrease of 2,008,000 bushels of wheat In the
quantity afloat for and In store In Europa
last week , thus nearly , though not quite ,
recovering the Increase of 2,128.000 bushels
of wheat available In the United States nnd
Canada last week. Exports of wheat ( and
flour as wheat ) , both coasts , amounted to
2.C37.000 bushels for this week , against 3.312-
XW bushels last week and 2,110,000 bushels In
the corresponding week ono year ago , 4.G33-
XX ) bushels In the last week In November ,
1832. and as compared with G.662,000 bushels
In that week of 1891. Data presented by
Hradstreet's point to the United States hav
ing exported about 05,000,000 bushels of
wheat ( flour Included ) Blnce. June 30 , nnd to
our having 85,000,000 bushels available for
export during the next seven months , not
withstanding the alleged excessive homo
demand this year. Speculation In the New
York market displays llttls response to the
success of the government bond Issue , the
Influence of the large oversubscription being-
overcome by the failure of foreign Intcresta
to obtain any considerable share of the new
Issue. Silver is demoralized by sellers of
eastern bills on the part of the Japanese
government , coupled with fears that Japan
may Insist upon n war Indemnity from
China In gold and not In silver . There Is
an Increased demand for funds nt Chicago ,
notably from packers.
Cottuii MitrKor.
ST. IXMJI8 , Nov. 30.COTTON3ulot ; ml < l-
ullnir , 5 7-lCc : sales. DO tuilca. recpita | | , 15.333
ilpt ; shipments , 13.7H bnle.i : stoclc. 41,873 bales.
NI3W OUI.KANS , Nov. J. ) . Kuturrs. straily ;
snle , 8,800 hales ; December. $ > .1SJJJ5.21 ; Janu-
ury. 5.saf5.2l ; 1-Ybrunry , J5.2J 5.29 ; March , J5.34
fi3.35 ; April , J3.10fr5.41 : May , J5.45Sr5.40 : June ,
J5.50B5.51j July , J5.5Cifp3.C7 : AtlKiUt. J5.0105.CJ.
Cash cotton quiet ; fales , ppot. 4,800 bales ; to nr-
rlvp , 3,100 bales ; ordinary , 4 5-16c ; K < Hl , 5 15-16c ;
low mlilrtllnt ! . 5 1-lCc ; mlddllnc , C D-16c ; cord
mliidllnir. S c ; mliMllnfr fulr. 6 0-lCc , nominal ;
fair , 7 9-lCc , nominal ; receipts , 31,0)8 bales ; cx-
r > ortH , Ori-at Ilrltaln , 12.396 tmles ; continent.
13,132 bales ; coastwise , 3.CC5 bales ; Block , 371,313
bales.
Now York Dry Good * Murkot.
NHW YOIIK , Nov. 30. It was a quiet day In
all ilepartmenls of the commlsilnn , jobhlnK ami
convert'ntr house * anil miy buHlties.s In purely
seasonable sluft was of compulsory characler lo
meet vety urgent wantH. War rfitlng speclnltlea
the spot request was very Indifferent because of
the withdrawn ! of many buycra till next week.
The feature In auction circles ni > it week U n
sale of lO.OOO dozen Bilk Imndkrrchlofs nnd iniif.
flora. I'rlntlni ; cloths aru "prgEed" at 3Ko for
pots nnd continued with moJenito ualea cf the
former.
'Frisco Whcut ( JuotutloiK.
HAN FIIANCISCO. Nov. 30. W1IKAT Firm :
December , 3H : May , Jl.OJTi.
BANKERS ,
163-165 Dearborn-st. , Chicago.
IS Wall-st. , New York. 70 Statc-st. , Boston.
SOKOOIWATEI and
THEH HIGH GRADE
Houcht end Cold. Correipondeooa Oollcltrd.
Have you seen the Watch ?
"The
400"
No moro ac-
c-cptAblo Christ-
rnos present
can bo made to
alaOythan
ono of those
beautiful Gold
Wfttchcj.
The Duelior Wntcb YToi'lci , Canton , O.
WM. LOUDON.
Commission Merchant
Grain and Provisions.
Private wlre > to Chicago and New York.
All business orderu placed on
Board ot Trade.
Correspondence solicited.
Cilice , room 4. Now York Life
Omaha. Telephone 1S03 ,

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