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THE Oil AHA DAILT BEE : TUESDAY , KOVBMBEIl 23. 1807. 11
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Cold Wavn ID the Northwest Advances May
Wheat EHghtlj ,
rORCES THE SHORTS TO SEEK RELIEF
Corn mill Ont * Itrtnnlii I'rnrtlonllr
l.iiHiuiiKitlVli11c I'rovlxloiiN
follow \Vlicnt unit .Jiliovt u
binnll Advunec.
CHICAGO , Nov. a. There waz a narrow
ing of the i > pie d between the May itnd De
cember fu'.uren In .wheat today. Enormous
norttrwoi t rtretpfg provoked considerable
Belling. With the coming of a severe cold
wave Miort In May were not disposed to
remain In that condition over nlptht , the re-
Bult Ix-lnff that aUy Hho od VW .c advance
for tne day , ' while December declined Uc.
Corn and o"atn closed at aubstun.tally un-
prlcos. * y Provisions advanced i
Wheat opened nrichanged for the Slay op
tion , 'JOSiS/MVic / , tiut December was quoted
at Vic decline at the start , Liverpool came-
only V d Tower to begin 'with. The IgnaJ
service maj > rtiowed severely cold weather
threading over the unprotected > nlncr ; wneat
and the amount of wheat' on oc-f-nn passage
t.hoivcd an Increase of only IGO.UOOim. These
xere the reasons for the steadiness In May
at the Immediate o | > enln ? , but before the
.market hud pot fairly beyond there It be-
< : nmt ) known tha : the Minneapolis and Duluth -
luth receipts were mont encouragingly
lieavy. The tone of the market changed at
once. Selling was not very heavy , but the
market , cupeclally for December , wns al
most without KUpport. T.10 consequence was
ithat UucemWr , which bud opened at 84 c ,
declined In a unor. time to We , while May
eased off to ! Wc.
The receipts at Minneapolis nnd Duluth
were 1,571 carp , against l.MG cars on the
Monday ftrevloug an < l 7TO curs the corre-
xpondlng Uay of ISSCr Outside of the north-
vest receipt n early nod a was not of os-
jieclaj iniltifnce. Paris .wus uifilO ct-ntlmes
lower ,
"World's shipments were heavy at 0,505,000
bu. , compared with B.SGl.WO bu. the week t-e-
fore anil O.MVT.OCO bu. for the corresiwrndlnR
vvoik las year. The large ilgures lost their
lionr force from Ihe fact tr.n : this country
Kvinphei' ( , .G.S.c ( ) ( ' bu. , while Hus la showed
nhlpmenlw of but 2.712.0IX ) bu As expi-cted ,
the EnellHh visible Incrpawd liberally , 2,021-
( fM bu. for the xvpok. The day's clearances
from Atlantic und KUlf pertH amounted In
wheat and flour to f)27,000 bu.
The tmr ln-7 > ortnnt bull feiiiure , and trte
one which mused the recovery In prices
which ha- ' taken place by midday , was the
flmall Increase In the home visible supply.
It had been estimated ns nlch as 2.000.WO
bu. . but was posti-d at 7jO.Wfl bu. Shorts
iw-cru peed buyers of May Curing the last
part of the session. That month gradually
ndvanred ; o UiC ) and closed firm at W-i ®
SHWiC. Di-t-ember recovered to VGViC und
closed at ! Kic.
Corn was dull and restricted for the most
part to changing over December eontracts
to Mny at 3' ' ( iRc spread. The fluctuations
were < -nrflnert to 'Ac rxr l > u. Receipts were
Sflj curs Tie visible supply decreased DS.OOO
bu. There was * some scattered liquidation ,
bu * not i-nough to materially affect prices.
( May ningHl from 2'.i c to r.i nfrStVsc iind
closed unchanged ut iDVjfi ir/c (
Quite n heavy builness wus transacted In
outs , without any excltemi-nt. however. Ele
vator jH-ople sold December and long ? also
I ft out small lines. There wus considerable
changing over frbm December to May by
the May ut IVic dlfferi-nee. I'rlcea were
H'.iuly . wltliln u narrow runge. Itec-elpts
w r * > 57 ! ) curs , iiuic1 ! more than cxjiocted.
Yt.bUsujiply Increased 1.22Xrt ! ) ( ) bu. May
rnnpid fi am iiUo to iUTiO und closed ut
Bhade loner nt 22c.
Provisions were slow but firm. There was
: ( modi-rate buying by local ipnckers and with
llfth' otTerlngst prices were Inclined to ufl-
vonre. Closing : prices were Ilrmcr. At the
closcn January pork was " > c hlshpr ut SS.221 .
January bird f'-r higher at JI. .V/71-i | and
January ribs unchanged at J4.M.
Estlmui-ed receipts Tuesdnr : 'SVheat , 230
cars ; corn , 750 cars ; oats , 450 cars ; hogs ,
22,000 head.
i euuitig futures ranged as follows :
AriicifB. . ! Oimn. I UlJU. 1 Lax. I C10M3.
IVhriil-
Nov. . . DIV
ll.'i
May . . HOHStH
Corn
Nov . . . 20
IVc. . . . -11 Jtl
Jlny . . . JDW = >
OiltB
Dec. . . 205 -IOK
JIny. . . J1JS-22 22M
I orh
IVc. . . . 7 i."Jl- 7 'J7Kl 7 20
Jan. . . . 8 MO 8 23 ( ! ' --l " ' ! 8 17 > n
Liinl-
' ' ' i I''hi 4 in 4 1'JW 4 I''V ,
Jill. . . . 4 ' - ' . ' ) 4 yo 4 I ! . " . 4J7.M , 4 lill j
tli'tUlb-
4 L'll 4 yjv 4 20 4 20 4 17H
4 'M 4"JL 4JO 4 y.'W 4 'JO
tin. i.
Cash quolntlmyrre as follow ? :
FLOUR Quiet : winter patents. SI.S00j.00 ;
Btrnlghts. J4 305J4.CO ; hprlns ] iecliiln. J5.DO ; tprlng
poti-ntp 14 3f"ii5.0i ) ; bnketH. li.MfH.fQ.
WHJSAT No. I * iirlng. SiV,4St9iic : No. 3
eprliiK. SOflSSc ; NIK 2 red , 95 % H7Hc.
CORNNo. . 2 , afiWICSic.
OATS No. 2. 2lbc. f. o. b. ; No. 2nlilte. .
I44r. No. S white. 23fi24c.
I'YE No. 2. 47Hc.
BARLEY Nil. 2 , 2743lic.
KI.AXSEED No. 1 , J1.M8UOH.
TIMOTHY .SiEf : > Prime. J2.67H.
I'ROVISIONS I'urk. mcVs. pc.r bhl. , J7.Sff7.3'i. )
Lara IM.T 1K ) llm. . > 4.9)i4. ) 2i. ( Huron , short
ribs Hides ( InoKH ) . J4.1 "j&I.SD Dry filled shaul-
cierH ( bnxrd ) , { 4 7505.UO ; blunt clear ldri > ( b xed ) ,
4.i017i CO.
WIMSKY-Distlllcrs' Hnlshcd Bonds , per gal. .
SI 19.
SfGAR Cut loaf , J5.F4 ; grunulared , f5.2l.
Corn , on
Outn. bu
Ilyr.uti
Ini
On tno Prn.Ui'v rxchniiBc tojlny the liutter
jnnrli \\IIK xteuily ; crpainerln , il.'iiillc : ilnlrleB ,
IJ'uUK Clu-erc , quiet ot SWSkc. UKCB , lirai al
IBc t.lve puiiltry. quiet ; I'lrkByH. UJiIOc ; clilck-
unx. [ ic : nprlnEK , Btf ' c ; clucks. f ! < ? 7f.
M\V VOIIK GUM2RA1. 11AKICI2T.
iK of tin- Day nit Cit-m-rul
CoiuinotilllON.
"
NEW VOI1K. Ni > . 22.-ri.orR-IlecelptK , 35.-
K9 bli ! ! < : exp < .ru , 25.3iiii bbls. ; dull and about
lC'Kdy , winter imtenls , J4 W65.JOwlnler
lrumhti. . $4.5- O4.l& ; Mlnnrsutu paleiitH , 15.009
F 13 I'll1 Hour , iilllot ; stlptulllif , $ ' . ' .ki 3.S5.
HiiL'Uuiii'al Hour , l uly.
I.ri'KU'HKAT Qtiht at 37CSSV4U.
< > IIMIJAlx ritcady. yrlHw westeni , tic.
P.YC-Wunt ; Nu. : v.twturn , W c.
II vltLKY Steady.
IIVCLKY MALT-Sleudy ; wemerii. ! 6 0c.
\\1II.-\T Ui'L-uliiH. ; l MO IMI.J I'Si'uru , K.173
till . > .t in.irkrtl llrm ; Xn. 2 rrd. wC c. Ojitluns
iiii. > . i i-uy under HIT no-llnveMtrii nsrlpts.
n'tK ' ! und ruled isiiurully llrm nil ( . .ay ' un Iwt-
trr Lite UKblcB i-miUl uiUlltkin lu tint vlnlble
pui'uli .mil I'iuerli'K ; i-liued WVUf net higher ,
J > i red , .N'uvcitiU.1. ojo ud nt Uic , Di'ceiubor
III , II ICiu'J. ' c. rii ! wl ut 37Vic.
( ' IN | ilceelptk , J : : a7C. bu. ; rxioitn , 139.C30
lui " [ -in MiMily : No. 2 , 3H c. Options oiwucui
ijulet 41'lvmicnl v/lth nhcal un rubltw , but earu.l
iff ii'-ar ihf rhiM' und war lln.illy unchanjiM
trim Suliiiiliu : Noxcmber dwell HI ! l' ! c ; Di.-
crmbi'r 31tW31T c. clii ed al 3Hi.
O \TJ > HiTi'lplH. UO.Oi'O ' bu. ; exiHirts , 141.031
) > U . Fpnt quiet , Ku. 2. 21 * ? , Options neslectenl
nnit r. . > nil day , rlnnlng partly Uc net Inner ;
l > ei'finiwr cl'ni-i m yiMc ; Fvumury cliMul at
II \ YRltNiily ;
IlOl'rt Steady ; ftate. onmnion to choice ISO
rrcp. 4fCf , lUHi crop. e c : 1887 erup. 15frl t- ;
1'arIU' roan 1W5 np. IW6c ; 1WC crop. tj/Sc :
isi cn'p. 154) ) Ikr.
II Di.s Hlwiily ; aalvufton. lie ; Texas ilry , lie ;
Cn'lfuriila. 17 ! * .
1.EATIU5II Quiet ; liemluclc ule. Iluenos
ulrklrd vluiuMen. 15.73 ; t'lcklsd ham . .
75. l irJ. iMidyj e trrn steam 4.47 ; re-
llned , steady. Pork , quiet , mew. IS SMiD.OO ; spot
clear | l .nj Sfl.M ; family > lLl Xl.oo. Tallow.
etcady clly , 3c bid ; country. SMM'fec , as to
q <
OjI _ ptitroleuni , sleady ; I'nltvJ cloiieU ot C7c
Bfked. Ilooln. leady , slruliiei. common lo
r < . < > .1 II 4A4 > I 45. Turpentine , llrm nt M-uTMUc.
1CK- Steady : fair to exira. 4htt lc Japan.
MOLAriSW-HttHidy , New Orleans , open keltle ,
moil t > > rlu-li-e SM31c. |
KltniQHTS To Liverpool , qulel but firm ; cotton -
ton ! > > ' I' ni. Sia , Bruin , by sl am. 4Wd.
MPTALS-PIC Iron , warrants , dull at 16.55 bid.
JT o kfl. ( ! " copi > er. dull til J 10.76 bid ; ttO.STH
ciik l. Tin.-dull at XU.70 ri3 S. Holler , dull at
! ! . $ < * 4.oa Lead , exchange , qulel but llrm at
jtfMJ. ! > 0I'mkelV ' slronc at IJ.M.
nlTTBIl llocelpts. 7.071 pkK § . market steady )
wectern creomery , 14&nc , Elirtns , 22 > - ; faclorr.
11CHEUSE-nc -lpl . B.631 pkc * . ; market quiet ;
large while , Brplemtier , tUc , small white. Sen-
temlH-r , 9\io : larg colored. S plember. i e ;
mall colored. BrpUmlxr. 8 > ic ; Urice. October ,
Sc , small. October. S < m c , light sklra , C&7c ;
part skims. Hn br ; full skims , SV > tf4c
EGOS Receipts. 10.604 pkKs. , market steady ;
late and Pennsylvania. JOtf : wrslern , c ,
Ilnltlmore MarUel * .
BALTIMORE. UJ. . Nov B rijOt n Dull.
, w urn wperlor. KWQS10 western extra , U.7fr9
4110 ; weatcm family , 14 4094.U , winter wheat
i
pftl'ma I4. * jt < * . mirlnir pnteptu I r , oopfi r >
iptmjr wnrnt tmithi II WHfS.u > , r > rip's J" W
I4il . export" . 7 OM bbls
WHEATHull. . i > P"t. 7vr. t > e mh'r 'r ,
! rW < . Jnnna'T f' , * > v"7 > r' . ieam r. Nu 2 r1 9J
trii i . roii-iiis. ; ' . no bu . * MM.rt . S4f > mi .
MUthcrn wh'n ; . bj ampliKifWrj irnnhfm "n
.
or > IIN pVcu. \ \ . r"f. month ami IHtcn.h-
* a\r , JSmemlpT if He'-rnb-r. nrvt or old ,
Mf. . ttmtner rained. S"4IM * e ; ntrHp < ,
In. ; eipnrtii , in tti 1m. ; owilhi-rn WnH em ,
e ; MtitlKrn yrttow. ? 14o ,
OAT9-nrm. NJ. 2 woti * . < tf ie : reeelpu ,
7I.MT bu. : porl . . ! ! l.u ,
irrn ram-r. Nn t Astern ,
S.812 1m. ; i-X | > f > rt . 3S.714 btl
HAY Htwidy ; rlx.lr timothy. Me .
ORAIN PUKIQHTf-QulW and mty ; ntwim In
Llvwpn.il. j. r tm . t\A , Nm-fmber ; Corlt fnr
mtlrri" . pf qimrt-r , 4 . IVrwnbKr.
IMTTRn-St dr ; rrmnw T , He
KOO ! < firm , nt-ndv : frwih. 21c ,
CHRBSE-Slwdy. latVT New York , 1nf . ! > 1.C
IOC.
OMAHA CiU.VRIlAI * MAIIKIJTS.
Coiulltlon of Trnili * nml
in Slnplc mill I"n iic > '
EOO. Strictly frefh. 18c.
HUTTEII Common lo fair , ItHMlc ; choice lo
fancy. I4tl7c ; separator creamery. 23c ; catlicrcJ
cri-Binery. 2c.
VEAL-rCholce fat , to to 120 lbl quo ID a at Sc ;
UrRp and coarse. 4iMc.
LIVE IWLTRY-IIens , 4ff4Wc ; eecks , 8B4c ;
uprlup chickens , per lu. . 4iiftr c : ducks , &C7c ;
turttoyn , te.
DP.K33ED I-orLTRV-Chlckens , fite ; tur
key * . indie , Kee Sc ; durka , 7. .
P1C5KONS Live. 7w ; denil plgoons nol wanted.
IIAY fpland , Jl ! 50 ; miainndrJS.89r lowland.
15.00 ; rj straw. 4 ; color mokes the prlcn nn
hay ; Jlctit bales sell the best * ! only top grades
brine top prices
pricesVEGETABLES.
VEGETABLES.
CELERY Good stotk , large , 40c ; , email , 259
30c.
30c.ONION'S
ONION'S Per hu. . dtgfiSc
HEANS-Hand-plrkPil navy , per bu. . J1.40.
SWKirr POTATOES Pix liM. ' , J2.73.
CAnnAGE Hume crown , per lb. . mffmc.
PDTATOES-Home grown , tWJKc ; western
slock. f Jf7ic. (
CAULIFLOWER 13.73.
FRUITS.
Qt'lNCES California , par box. 11.23.
APPLES Winter stork , } ! .C.T3.00. Jonathans
and fancy varieties. S3.25 ; California llcllenowcr ,
IKIXPB. Jl.M ; Colorado Jonathan * , boxes. tl.Ci.
rnANHEHnin. Jer eyH. | r bbl. . J7.00 ; Wis
consin. boxes , JI.005 ? ! 10.
CALU'ORNiA AND COLORADO PEARS-Good
winter NellF. J2.00fll.15.
GRAPES New York Concords , 13c ; Cataw-
bas. : ; c : MnlaEnn. S3.r , ar..f.ri.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANGER Mexican , per box. $4.00.
LEMONSMefFlnas. . 53.C084.00 ; choice Call.
fornla , J3.00W3 75
II ANANAS Choice , larcc stock , per bunch ,
$2. OOS2. 25 ; mfc'.lum-HlzeJ bunches , { 1.75 2.00.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NITS Almonds , per lb. . larcc size , 14nc ;
Ilrazlls , per lb. . lOc ; English walnuls , per lb. ,
fancy , soft rhell , 13ctandanls. . lopllc : tllberts.
per lb. . lOc ; pecans , polished. larRp. ' .HflOc ; Jumbn ,
12c ; large hickory nuts , il.25 per Ini. ; small. Sl.M
per bu. ; cncoanuts. per 100 , 13. 75 4. GO ; peunuls ,
row , 50SHC ; roasted. r,5Ciic.
FIGS Imiiorted fancy. 3 crown. 14-lb. boxes.
12Hc ; B crown , 44-lb. boxes. 15c ; 2-lb boxes , 25c
per box.
HONEY Choice while. 13c.
KRAVT Per bbl. , Jl.0084.25 : half bbl. , 12.309
2.40.
2.40.MAPLE
MAPLE SYRIT Flve-pnl. cans , each J2.25-
cal cans pure , per doz. . J12.W ; Imlf-Bal. cans ,
IG.25 ; quart cans. J3.sn.
DATES-Pcr GO lo 70-Ib. boxes. CV4c ; Fard 8-lb.
boxes. 9c.
CIDER Per half bbl. , J3 ; bbls. . J5.50.
FRESH MEATS.
DRESSED BEEF Good native steers. 7c : ( rood
fort quarters , Rteers , Gc peed hindquarters , Be ;
wc.Uern steers , GfiCfec ; fancy heifers , G'Jr ; Rood
heifers. Cc ; good furequarters heifers. Ti'sc : Rood
hltKlquarterK. heifers. RHC ; goctd cows. 5c ; fair
I1EEF Ct'TS Tcndcrlnln ? , ISc : bonelt-FB strips.
9c ; slrlp loins. 7c : rolls. S'-c ; sirloin bulls , S c ;
shnuHer clods , fiHc ; rump butts. &V2C ; steer
shoulder rinds. 5Vrc ; rump butts , S'isc ; steer
chucks , r. jc : Cnw chuckx. 4'ic. boneless chucks.
4U1 : cow plates , 3c : steer plates. 3 ac ; 1lank Mteak.
C' c : loins. Nu 1. 14c ; loins. Nn. 2 , lO'.ic ; loins.
No. 3. fr ; Hlrlnln ends. Ni > . 1. 9cribs ; , No. 1.
lie ; ribs. No. 2. 8Ue ; ribs. No. 3. to : uteer rounds.
7140 ; cow rounds. GVic ; cow rounds shank off , SVic.
trlmmlncs. 4 c , bee/ shanks , 3c : brains , per doz.
3.V * ; awt-etbrr-ads , per tb. , lOcj eweotlireads
( calves ) , per lb. , 41c ; kidneys per dnz. C5c ; ox
tails , each 4c ; livers per lb. , 3c ; hearts , per
lb. . 3e : tntiKties. per lb. . 12Hc. ,
MI'TTON Lambs. 7c : shc.ep , C'ic : market racks
( lone ) , Sc ; hotel rocks ( short ) , He. less nnd
saddles. 9c : lamb legs , Sc ; breasts aim stews. 3c ;
tonmn-s. each 3c.
PORK Dressed piss , 5 c ; K3resed hogs , 5c :
tpnderlolns. 13c : lolnp. 7cspare ; ribs. 5c ham
Bawace bulls. Clic : shoultlers , roinrh. 5c ; shoul-
dein. skinned. 5 c ; trimmings. 5Vsc ; leaf lanl.
iot muli-red. Tr ; hendE , cle-ineil , 4c : snout and
pars , 4c : barkbon"S. HJc' cheek ineate. 4.c. . neck
bonpH. 2c- pigs' lulls , 4a ; plucks , each. 5c : chlt-
ti-rllnKs. 5c ; hockE. 4c ; bearts. per doz. . 2.e ;
tnmarhii , each 3c ; tonciK-s. each 7c ; kidneys ,
per doz. . lOc : brnlnB. pcv doz. . ISc ; pigs' feet ,
per iloz. . 2ir ; livers. en"h 3c.
HIDES. TALLOW. ITTC-
HIDES No. 1 green hides. 7c ; No. 2 green
hides. Cc ; No. 1 salted hldeu. SVic ; No. 2 green
salted hides. "HP ; No. 1 veal cult 8 lo 12 Its. .
Sc No 2 veal calf. 1 ! to 15 Ibs. . Cc : No. 1 dry
flint hides , 11813 ; No. 2 dry Hint hlilee , SSlUc ;
No. 1 dry salted hides , BlflOc. ; pan cur-d hides.
He per lb. ICJB than fi'lly cured.
SHEEP PELTS Green salted , ench 15SJ75c ;
green salted shearlings ( short ivooleil early
skins ) ench 15c ; dry thforllngs ( short wooled
early skins ) . No. 1. each Sc dry Hint. Kansas
and Nebraska butcher wool pelts , per lb. , actual
weight , 4JT5r ; dry Hint. Kansas nnd Nebraska
murrain woo ! pelts , per lb. , actual welRht , 38 Ic ;
dry film Colorado bulcher wool p = lta. per It ) . ,
actual weight. 4S3c. dry flint Colorado murrain
woo' pi-Its. p r lb . actual weight. [email protected] ; feet
cut off , as It Is UMI"to pay frelsh : on them ,
Si. IiiiulH fit'iii-rnl Jlnrlift.
ST. LOl'Iri. Nov. 22. FLOl'Il Quiet , steady
and unchunse ' - ,
WHEAT Higher , cloning unrlwnced for De
cember and for May U4i\c iibwe Saturday ; May
opened We iilRher. declined % c. advanced c ,
fell bark V o and oliixcd with buyers ' /.flUc lieluw
the top ; rpot lower. No , 2 red. oash. In elevator
' " ' track. UCiViSt'JTc No. 1 hard ,
vator , 'J. > V > < ; un ;
cash. SGOTSc : December , 96V.iiJanuary ; , ! )3c ) ;
C\JR > f Fnture * were lnlltienr > d liy the fluc
tuations In wheat , tinally closing a shade either
bLV of Saturday's llimU , ; ppot euvy : No. 2 cunh ,
25c ; Deember. . S..iMay. ; . 274iB27v.c.
OATS Futures oull. quiet an.i steady ; spot
nrm to higher and In demand ; No. 2 cash. In
elevator. 21c : on track. 21Hc ; No. 2 white , 23'i
024C- : December , 21c bid ; May , 22V4O22 ? c ,
RYE-Iletter at 45He.
Fl AXSEKD Lower at J1.03K- .
TIMOTHT SEED I'rlme. S2.M.
CORN MEAL-J1.40.
IlHAN Quiet ; racked , on trark , 51c.
HAY Firm : prairie. JC.2.ffi ( > .50 ; timothy , J0.50
ulct ; en-Diners' , lS 24c ; dairy , II
CIS" .
KGG3 Higher nt IC c.
WHIKKY J1.19.
COTTON TIES ! Lower , nt 77c.
P.ACIGING G\CT7yc. \
METALS Lead , llrm ntJ.W-T > 7H bid for foft
MirHuurlanti 13.CO bid fur crirnidlng. Fpeller.
flrmer ut S3.EO afkecl.
I'HOA'ISKiNS Pork , stcnily ; xtnndard. mess
joliblnc 2.fiii.50. . . Lard , better ; prime steum ,
4 tochoice. . * 4.K'a. Uncoil , boxt-1 laU. extra
Fhori ell-Hi' . 5.23 ribs.5.C3I , , ; slmru. Jj.7j. Dry
wilt mcot . boxed * tiotflijeri. . T5.12'A : extra shun
clenr. 4 S7H : rlba. J5.12'A ' : thortE , J3.3-
RECFIPTS-Flnur , 5C < ) libls. ; wheat. 63,000
bu ci-rn 2a.MO bu. ; oats. 32 MO bu.
StnP.\liNT-FI-mr , 7.IW bblB. : wheat. 70,000
.bu. ; corn , K.OOO hu. oats.24,0TQ bu.
Knnsiih Cltv .Murk ' M.
ICANSAS CITY. N v. 2J.-WHEAT-Slow.nna
aliout ftpuily ; No. 1 IrnrJ. S4'M.sr.c ; No. 2 , S2SR4r ;
No 3 7kef2c , So. 4. 76 < Vic. N" 1 red. S2c : No.
" UlVjc ; N . 3. KifiSSc ; Xn. 4 , St&Suc ; No. 2
priiiK. 81 cNu. ; . 3 , 7ii\-iCc. !
COK.M-Attlie unU teuUy ; No , 2 mixed , 23UB
OATS l''lrm ; fairly uctlvr ; No. 2 white , 21V 0
RYK-Flrm : No. 2. 431 - .
HAY Steady ; rhol- > timothy , JS.S'j H.Tj ;
chnlc ii-Htrle. I7.0 i.i6.
lll'TI'BIl ' Unrhunerd ; crramery. l l2\c \ ; dairy ,
13 t5f. !
EGGri Higher on small Hcelpw ; fresh candled ,
I7e : ntimiR * . 13c.
finilii IUli | i tt rrliu'liinl Mnrk - K.
ST. IXt-'IS. Nov. 22. Receipts for | > iiat forty-
clKhl huur : Wlit'iiu" 1 ) earn
M'NNHAPOLlti. ' Now li.Recelpta : Aheat. .
* KAN 8 CITY. Nov. 22. Receipts : Wheat ,
CHICAGO. Nov. 22 Receipts lixlay : Wheat.
173 cnni ; ciirn. 3 i cur : ruts. i car * Estlmut.d
cur lots tomorrow ; Whi-utj SMj cjrn. 750 ; oats ,
IH'I.tTH. Nov. 22. Recsllits : Wlnat. 72S cars.
PF.OftlA. NOT. IS. lleertytfci Xirn. 1 * > , KH bu ;
oat * , K.ltti Ini : rye. 3. ( HO bu ; whlxky , nnne :
wlH-ul , COO lui. Shlpmenu : C rn. 12.W * ) bu. : DUtn.
\ > \.yn \ bu. ; rye , none , whisky , 1,125 bbls. ; wheat.
non .
_
Nt-iv ( Irli-niiH .MnrUi-t ,
Ni-\V ORLKANS. Nw. 22. HOG PRODUCTS
Ktwily. P'.rk , old. SiJird. . rellnwl tierce.
3'o. IbHHl meals , ilry vail Bhuulil-rn , &e ; skit * .
4 * c. liiioun. elfHr ribs sliUc. . Hums , elul'-e
FUCiir i-urwl. Sfftc. .
POI-TEC 111" , onltniur In low , fair. SVifi- !
ruifll EJtttn innry , J4i J4.SS ; | uit nts , SI Wif
'cORNMEAL QulM. ll.CO.
IlHAN Quiet. fflliJjfAo.
HAY Firm ; prime. JI fl3 c ; eliolce. 15'ifflCc.
CXIRN" Steady . No. 2 , nackfd white , 3Hf3Sr ;
mlxert. 36c , yellow , 37c
OATS fitMudy. Nu. 2 sscK-d , 27Wc
RICE Quiet , ordinary lo guod ,
Llvt-nioul > liirlp | .
LIVUIIPOOL. Nov 2i-PIlOVIBONS--71fpf. !
Prlnie me i , firm , ten 3d. line wmtern. 47 i l
Lard. nrlm western , steady 2s W.
CORN November , firm. 3s2 l , Det-emt'"r. Mrm ,
3s : d ; Jununry flrtu. 4a 3d. ExpoitK Into l.Ufr-
pool durlne wecki Frani Atlantic | iorta. 123.dk )
quarters ; from luclnc ports. 14 , Ml quarter * : from
cither luirts. 1.000 quurtm. Tbil lmi > oru of turn
from Atlantic porlt were < l.tnn quurters.
Ttilt-ilu Ilnrkt-t.
TOIJIDO , NOT. 22. WHEAT Higher ; No. t
cash. 93c ; December , tBTc.
CORN Steady ; No. 2 mixed , ! 7Vic.
OAT -I > ull and lower ; Nu. t mixed. 2IV4c.
11TE Lnwi-r ; No. t catih , 4c.
CLOVERSEED Active and lower ; prime c sh.
JS.tO.
( irulit bui | > I- ,
YORK. Nor22. . - -Th niaternent nf the
vUlblr supply of sroln In ( tore and tUlnttl Sa'ur-
durNovember 20 , as compiled by Uir New York
Product eschanee. In as follows Wheut 32 TIM -
ON bu mcrmat 73S.OM bu. ; corn. 43.54M-JO bu' ,
_ _ . . , , . . . bti n T-'ft * *
1 ISJ " t 1m , rvr. 3 ftri i n"bu . ArrT" rf tK 000
hu. , tmrlcy 4UJ K 1m in. . ro 1W.M > hu.
\ \ > nr ? < 'it in in I ilnn r < iiii | nn > -
OMAHA OFPl'TC Nov aTodn > > miirkrt
wa evidently R cniln foot ball mm * In tb * >
Oilmen wlH-af pit. with the \mn \ and what li
trrrnwl tn " ? Mqne" nr. cnnteiitanti. DeM-mlier
i hwtfHT H * and May making a Kiln nf He. the i
i "cll | ie" thu IddlnR * f which I ntn th *
| premium of btremlwr ovr Mar nn ju l
amount. >
I U I * n-ldvnt that the corn nnd calf pita w re
I ppeetatorn lo lh < R m < ? . lnc nrtlh r of them
) fhan rod a quarter of B cent and llnally clmed
I unehnnveil.
Th * vljililf nupply M timi nt wn * of no an *
1 Mstitncv to rlt.ier ldc. wheat under the limvjr
! rMelpt * Inrrpnflnr hot IK OW ) bu . onW 1,91 WO
! bu. . while cnrn drea wd 9S.OW ) 1 > U.
1 Th nlmve rtati-menl H cxclanator } ' of the
' pqualnewi of the Initt wreh' * hlpm nt and re-
ceftils anri l. HCcnunlablc. too. In th * absence
' of any crop iw war nwn of any wnsminnal
rharactrr for the rnnall trade In a mirculatlve
way. and nuirt h * expected to conlltiue o , unlets
| netvs Rt-in dHfinlte enotiRli to change t.ie ultua-
We cnnnot ml\l ! > the > < lllns of rorn or ontu ; .
rnrn on ( "mpn'ljon of price In che i > r ttmn
oatu , luit on crnnpurlnon or clock * or supply nnd
dt-mnntl oat ha c pomelhlnir yt-t to gain , nnd
we arc of ihp opinion Hint ihc purchase of May
com around 2Sc and Hay oatu around Sic would
not do any one any rerloua Injury.
CIiii-liinnII Mnrlii > t.
CI.VTINXATI. Nov. K-rLOtfn-na y ! fancy ,
M.JOJiMO ; fHtnlly. 53.50fiS.75.
XVI1KAT Quiet ; Xo. S red , SlUSWc.
CORN nrm ; No. ! mixed , ZTHt c.
OATS Easier. No. 2 mixed. 53823HC.
nVK-Knay ; No. S. 4GVic.
IHO\'IRIONR Lard , Ftcndy al Ji.13. Bulk
"wifisl Aen'd lVuJ.11' 8teSdy Ot " "
IU'TTin Eaiiy.
KOOS Quiet nt 16',4c.
CltCE3E Steady ; peed lo prime Ohio flat. Sc.
I'll I lailc ] ph In Priiiliii-c.
-nncy we tprn crpnmery , 'sivjc.
n fjmd Ic higher ; rrcsh ncnrby. Zlc ;
CHEiisE Steady , n fnlr demnnd.
Sim I'miuNciVliiiit -'Mnrlci-t.
SAN rrtANriSCO. Nov.WIICATStrone ;
December , JL41Mny. ; . J1.394. !
Di'troll Murk ft.
nnTiioiT. NOV. r.-\vnEAT-NO , i white.
' \ c. No. ! red
, 91jcj December , DiVJo ; May.
.
CORN No. 2 mixed , 2CUc.
OATS No. 2 white. 24c ;
RYE No. 2 , 47jc. !
Clnrlimntl Lit iSloelc. .
3. CINCINNATI , Nov. 22.-HOGS-Actlve nt . J2.9D
CATTLE Steady nt j.2ij3 10 ' " < 1 *
SlinEP DulI nt J2.50 4:35. :
LAM1IS Dull at R.5065. + ) .
I'iMirIn > l rkt. .
PEORIA , Nov. 22.-CORN-Market
s > steady ; No.
SA7StA-ark.Pt ciulf1' ' : Nowhite. . 22V4ff22Hc.
WIIISK1
Nol < iunted.
STOCIC s.i.vn noxns.
\ortlic-rn I'a.lllcSlrons : , ( ) vlnc to In-
.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22.Thereas not much
changii In the character of the general dealings
in the stock market today , but Home special
stocks showed mark d
strength and some others
marked weakness. Trading woj for the must
part dull and narrow and resulted In small in i
u "Cpn fnneralyiln ! th * rnllwa3The ' North-
slcclla '
, , . , W1-'re tlle notable exceptlnns
in this .
pi.rtlun of the list and developed quite
nrS.i rf ° frt"Bth ns tnp ' * ProtnWsed.qTl e
? . ; ! " > l 'lth n net gain of I * ,
, ,
per cent and the
common with
a net gain ur
ifetmpmnt'f ZHP motU of the ' ' " "E was the
statempnt
of gro
earnings for Ihe second week
In November , which showed nn Incrente over
the corresponding period of lasl year of J1S1 137
or over 45 per c.-nt. Following a strong BtatV :
mcnt for the lirat week , the effect was to creut
" ° n ' " " 11 ror this
stock
, an" T i I' by local oper
ators. which
carried the price up In lte of
some selling for London account
Another feature of the '
clay's trading was the
consplcnou , strength of the local colorations
The motive aSBieJ. | to this buying wo * the
expectation of corimrate benefits and privileges
Metropolitan Street railway wan the leader In
this clafK and It touched J15 early In the day
which was 3 per cent above Saturday's dost'
It closed a point lower.
Consolidated Gas , with an extreme rise of
3M IK-r cent ; Brooklyn Union Gas. with a rise
of 3Ti per cent : Manhattan , with the name
amount , and Brooklyn Rapid Transit , which was
at onp time 1V per cent above Saturday's close
were other examples. All of these reacted a
greater or less extent , notably Consolidated Can ,
which closed a small fraction under Saturday.
On the other hand , th coalers were notably
wonk. New Jer ey Centra ! showing an extreme
decrease of 2 % per cent and Delaware & Hudson -
son of 1 % per cent , the latter rallying over a
point. Outside of these the market wus dull
und without nn > thing of general interest
One of the Incident ! , of the day was the first
Payment to thp irovernmeRt by the Union I'n-
rlllc reorganization committee on account of the
forcclosuie cah- . The amount of the payment
was JI3.W5.2."iO. The transaction WBE effected by
a transfer of crpdlts from the commlttpo on ac
count of cash ilpp-slted In one of the city banks
to the government , which leaves the money or >
deposit In the Bame bank , the bunk having
placed government boni In the treasury nt
Washington as security. The transaction v.-at.
completed without creating a ripple In the money
market. The remalndpr of the purchase price
Is to be paid In four equal Installments , the
llrst of which will be paid on December 6. and
the remaining three nt Intervals of ten days.
Bivc-h Installment if , about JS.EOO.CCO. and no ap
prehension I felt thst they will create any
alnurbunce In thp money market.
The bond market was quite strong and showed
considerable activity. High grade bonds wen
In tpeclal demand and were- stiffly held , the
ifferincs being llRht. Foreign holders con
tinued to Hell this class of securities , InvlteA
by the high prices prevailing. Total sales. II.-
350 Oft ) .
t'nltetl States 4s , coupon , of 1907 , row % per
cent bid. to 114 % . and Fold at that , which Is
equal to the price of the 5s. The new 4s wer *
Jper cent higher bid.
The Evening Post's London financial cable ,
gram soy : "The stock markets were stag
nant today In ailvanrp of the hettlement , which
was lo commence In mines tomorrow. Ameri
cans were .Eteu'ly. New York absorbing nil ths.
stock offered , especially first-class securities , of
which there IB quite a fumlne. Northern Pa-
rifle preferred was especially strong. Grand
Trunks were flrm and Ilrazlls were flat. Gold
Is at 77ft lUd. The new gold coinage is drib
bling away from Japan and Is belnc bought
up here for Germany. The Indian government
announces the Issue of 2.1100,000 In sterling- sin
or twelve months' bills. A permamnt sterling
loan IB expi-ted next sprlns. The Paris nnd
Merlin -markets were quicl and dull. "
Thf follow it./t were me closing quotations on
thp leading stocks of the New York exchange
todny :
AtchlHOii 12KIHI P. ft Um 7IIV
ilopfd VOUI do nffl . . . „ 145
llultlniorni Ohio. . I-'VISI. P. M. & M 121) )
Uuuida Pacific 7-iiSo. ] Pacific ! ! ) > .
Cunada Somnt-ru . fi''HiSo. Hulnvaj H
OntralPacific HMI do pfd 21
Clu-H. i duo SJUJTexus .tPadnc. . . . 10Ti
CiilcaeoA. Allan..lAfl iMJnlon Puuliic t. r. . Ifiii
a. II. iQ I > 2 U. P. D. *
O.A.E. i 624 W'abasm. . . .
C.C. . C. .V St. L SB Oo pfd
rtopfU 7H .Wheel. . Ic L. E. . . . 2
D-I..V Hudson . . . .100 lYrhuul. .t L. E. pfd H
Del. L. .V W 1f 4 lAdanm Ex 1,1(1 (
Iun. \ Ulo G II I American Ex 117
do pfil 4i ! | < JInlli-d States Ex. . HS
Krln liinvri 14V ' .VollN r'arso Ex..Ill )
Eriolntpfa Il.Vt A. Cot. Oil.
Pt Wnviui Hill ' 4 do pfd
Great Northern pfd. 1.'M Am. Spirit * .
Hiit-ktiiir V.itlev. . . . 4 > iAm. ! npirliHpfd 2(1 (
IllliialHCdiitr.il. . . . 1011(4.Am ( Tooacoo BOW
UlUn ErlP A W. . . . l"i do jifu HID *
ilopfd US 'Pcopfu'H ' Gaa ! I3L <
Iai-Shor ! < < 1(10 ICoiia. lius lUHhi
LoiilKVlllu A. Xuub 'i4' ' Coin. C.ihlc * Co 175
.Mniih'ittan L llrlli Col. F. , V Iron 20
Mi-t. Si. P.v. . do pfd 61) )
.Vluhlran Cunt Gen. Electric 83
MIIIII. & St. L V2 IllluolHSleitl 43
ilolhtpfd M LnCludu OIIH 4(1
Mo.Paciaii . . . 'Jt > Lend . S3
* uif. < uutuu. * * .nrtii * - * * vi * o.
Mohlle.vOUlo 2 I do nfd 104
Wo.IC.JtT 12 i Nut. Lln. Oil 17
do pfa 3 : < Oreiroii Imp. Co
niiioiitii. Ind. it L. . . H * . Pacltic Mull.
uopfd 2S 'iPtllhnau PaJ lill | >
K.J. Canlral K4 ISllverUurtlOcaleR. . OB
S.Y.O9iitral IU3H > Stand.Hops &T.4i
s.Y.cui.isu L. . um , Sugar . .ISIH ,
dolhl pfd 73 i do pfd 1104i
. do'Jdpfd . . smiT.C.ilron . . 24H
Sorfolk Jt Wosiorn 1.1 u. s. Li-atlmr 7
So. Ami-r. Co. . . . . . . 4 do iifd " " "
So. P.iolttc Ill U. S. Kubtwrl.V . . TfTit
do pfa MV do pru 03
j OnturloA.V IB iWf-Hiurn Umun biiV ,
Ore. K. A Nav H4 INorltiwestuni 120V
Ore.ShortLluo . . . . 1H ) ilopfd , . . . .103
PittBoure lu7 ( lHloUrando\VoHl. . . 22
Ei'.iilnitr BIH41 do pfd 02
BoclclHlaua b'UM Chi. Ut.-\Vti8lern _ 12 *
Ht.LoulHAS.W 4tiS. | L.iS. V. . . HV
donfd DVt aolmprd 03
9i. Piuil . . . _ OIH doIpld „ 31
do pfd 13ifrl )
lecond asseesment paid.
Tutal sales of stocki * today 'Were 1S1.7GD Hhnres ,
liu-ludlni ; : Chicago , lUirlinrton > Uulncy. li , 07
Ilanhaltun. 9.350 ; Metropolitan Railway. 9,725
Now Jersey Central , 7,655 ; Northern Puolllc. C.720.
I Ni.rthem lliclrlo preferred , 23.60 : Rork Island ,
G.OUII ; SI. I-uu ! , 12.443. tiay State Gas , 4,019 ; Con-
illdalt-d Gas. C.64C. Sugar , 1S.M7.
IIOKtllll SI < H-U < lllll < lltiOI ,
IIOSTON , Nr-v rt Cull loons. 2j ( < l3 i per m ;
time leans , 3ir > Mi per cent rjoilng ] irices for
ntjcks , bonds and luininic shares ;
" '
A.T. laS. F. . . . . „ IS W El c pfd. . . . „ 81
Ainerlcun Saiar. . 1XIH ( Tim. Kloj. nfa. . . . hi
Am. Sus r afd . . . 111 w Aichluuu pfd Villl
tav.sute Ga- - . > x Atriihton 4u. . . . HJt ,
Boll TolopSiona2C3 | N. But. . . „ 112
Boutoili AlUiuv 210 GtuicralEluc CH. . 10(1
BOBion i. Mums.2117 Wl , Coal. la. . . . . . 33 M
C. . II. XQ D''J4 ' VVIa. Cenl Oa 124
Vltchu-.ir/ IU Allouez Mlnlnz CJ BO
Ct-iiural El ctrio. . 31)1 , AUauile. . . . . . . . . . . 23 t
DluioU Slaol . . 42Vt lloitou Ic Uantaa I 140H ,
klextean Ontral. . Skj Ilinu ) A 11-jntou. . . . 2AH
B.Y.JtN.B H4Calumcti UDU. . 4H2
Ola Colony , „ . . . . 1H3 ; Ccnu > uulau 17K
O.H.I , . . IHlt PrauicUnJO
Euuuur. . . - 10 ! Kear arxe _ . . . , . - 1HU
' Cnlou Pacific IVVt OBCC-OU 37
1 WcviEaa . . . . UiHi Qulncy 114
! We t Eud pfa. . , 107 'Tamiinwc ' _ 1S1
El s . . . . . . 28 'Wolvonnn '
-luierlcnu 'Sccurlllu-n lu I.oniluu.
LOXDCXW. Kan. 2. Tbn market far JLmwrtcaa
ecurltlts declined somewhat , but stiffened Uler
nn NPW T--rk J > u > mjr The cl me K I nrm
the demand penerally light
Vnrk Jlom-y MnrUct.
NEW YORK. Nov J2. M'lNKT ON CALL
Slrarty at HWS per cent ; test loan , Ji p r cent ;
dwMtrtP i ir rent.
c'ourd , 2 jwt cent.
cent -
STERLING BXCHANQB-mt-ndy. with aelual
ln lnK > * In liankers' I'll ! * at KH IM.tiS for
drmand nnd at M.W < 4 STfc for nlxty d r ;
posted mtpes. J4.8H. and JI.WH ; cummerolal
bins. H.ttH.
SILVHR i-KRTIFICATBS-5 C5le.
RAR SILVKlt OT ? c.
MEXICAN D01.LARS-4KSP.
OOVKHNMBNT HONDS ilronc.
STATE IIONnP-nnll.
RAILROAD HONDS-Slreng.
Closing qtwlRtlons on tmmls were ns fftllotri :
UTsTnewlB. rwr. . . 127M > . J.C.AS . lls >
u , S. n ' 4u < rou _ 127 it N. C. rt > . . ' . ls-j
U.3.48.ryc . Il' ' i N.C.'its . ma
U.S.4pi.ooan . l4Vi ! No.Paeine 1RU..117
j U.S.28.rez . 1)4 ) iNo I'xeino 3s . fi- < ? <
I U.S. AH. res . 114Hi No. PnolGe 4 i . lili *
| O.S. s. coup . 114K4 N. Y.C A SL L.4 . .1U4 i
DlHtrlcll. H.ls . . . . IIIHH N . JU\V. IIB . . . .121) )
I Aft..i-las ! A . 11)34 ) , N. W. C6fnoln . . . ,14-JS :
I AIn..cla i n . H-l IN. IV. Deb. An . 11SW
I Ala..p.UKs' ! . 103 ore. Nar.lNts . n
AlK. Currency. .lllll lOni.-NnT. " 48 . . . . vxu
Atchi on4s . . - < il > < 10. S.-L. ( Is. t. r. . li'O ?
Alchlaonnui. 4s . . . n3 < 'O. S..L Ss. t r . UHVi
Canada So.-Jndn. . . 11) ) . . > 4O | , linn. lets. t. r. . .1D2S4
C A. .M. P. . tr. 5s. . 43Hlo. Ipy.i Kk. u r . . „ . 41) )
C.AO. AH . lltlU'Paclftftii ' of ' 05. . .1H2V
. .
D.AU O. iBlt . .1074111. .
II..VU. G.4M . HH 1st. L.'AI. M. Con. r. ytl
K.iHtTunn. l . . . . ) ) ( SI. L..V.S F.Gon.0. 110 >
KrlPtien.IB . "I iSt. P : Conscila . 13 ! )
P.V.AD. . Is. t.r.nu si. K. U. i P. Ui . . .lllig )
Tun. Eli-c. As. . . . .Mul St. P. C A P. . ' 13 . IHH ,
G.H. AS. A. 0 < . 1114 S. C. noutiiud . > t
U. H. AS A. Jds..lH2U ISoniliern Ur SB. . . p4 |
II.JcT.Ccnt.5B . 115 IS.H..VT.IH . ( II )
H. .VT. C. con (19..10.1 ( iTutm.nDWBOlHn . . H7U
Iowa C IslB . II ! ' ( | Tux.T.ic. L G.lBH 117
K.P.con.ur. . HUH'Tnx.l'je. ' HE. Siln. . 2
K. P. IRIS , li r. . IfinslU.P. IHU . loim
Lu. Now Con. 4s . . . lllllVab. , . 181 , ' .s . lOSVn
LAN. tint 4a . H4y Wnb.d . 771.
Missouri ( Is . 101) [ WestShoro Js . . . ,11H
. K.AT.2d . ( ill Va. Canwrl.m . 07
iI.K.AT.4i . 87 i Va. dufurrjd . 3
if. v c. IHIB. . . nsJ _
Snii Frniii-lnct ) .lllitiiic
SAN FRANCISCO.Nov. . 22-The olllclal closing
luotallons on mining slocks today were as foi-
ows :
Silver bars. 7c : Mexican dnllnrs ,
drafts. Eight. 15c ; telt-Kruphlc. 17'-c.
> < Viirk Mlnkiii ; ( t'lotntlonn.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. The following are the
closing mining quotations :
Iunion Mod ; ( luotn t IIIIIH.
LONDON. Nov. K. I p. m. closing :
tonxolH.m'y HSmiSuPiiul cominon. . . H4'H
lonsolH. ncc't Ita iS Y. Cnntrii HIM-li
Can. Pasllic H ! ! * > 'PeiiiHylvatita ' fili
Brio 141J U : ullnz loij
IrlelBtnfo : -sMux. i ! . C n. uow 4s. . il7H
ll.Riimr.ii Ills' , , AtohlMcn 1 JB
Me.Mcan ordinary. . 11 ! > < IL. .V N r 0
BAR SILVER Steady at 20 13-16d per ounce.
3IONEY8"W I'er cent.
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills I 2 13-lfir2Ti per cent ; for three
months' bills , S 13-16ii:7 per cunt.
Financial \otrN.
BOSTON. Nov. Si Clearings. 113,175,502 ; bal
ances. 11,184,047.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Clearings , J03.547.CS3j
balance ? , JC.C74.049.
BALTIMORE. Nov. K. Clearings. J2.2C3,1 ;
mlances. J2L'GS 9.
MEIII'HIS. Nov. 22. Clearing. J430.727 ; bal-
anct , $ 3.971. New York exchanRe , selling at
lar.
lar.NEW
NEW ORLEANS , Nov. 22. ClearmRS , H.33S-
200. New York exchange , bank , par ; commer
cial , J1.2o per Jl.OOD discount.
ST. LOUIS , Nov. 22. Clearings. J5.SO.SOl. bal
ances. JGG4.301. Money , 5 < BS per cent. New
York exchange , 25\ ; premium bid , DOc premium
asked.
CHICAGO. Nov. 22. Clearings , S17.27S.I74. New
Yc.rk cxchance. COc premium posted rates. J4.S3H
W4.J.IHStocks dull but fairly steady. Closing :
Wc-st Chicago. I0i ; Diamond Slatuh. 143 : North
Ohlcapro. 231 bid. 235 nskedj-Lake Street L. 17i ;
New York llljcult , C3 ; South Bide L. C4fcr City
.Railway , 235 bid , 228 aekedi
Foreign Fliiiiiii'IiiI.
BERLIN , Nov. 22. Exchange > on London , 20
marks 35 pfff. for checks.
I'ARIS. Nov. 22. Three per cent rentes. 103f
ICc for the account. Exchange on London. 25f
lOc for checks.
LONDON. Nov 22. Gold IF q.uoted at Buenos
Ayres today at 175.40 ; at Lisbon * 4 \ ; at Rome ,
05.10. Tlie amount of money , pone Into the
Bank of England on balances today was 50-
000.
CoflVe Mnrlcrn.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2Z. COFFEE-Ontlons
opened steady ut 15 i > olnt decline and ruled
generally weak but more active under llqulda-
: lon , following unfavorable ' cables. expected
heavy Brazilian shipments end slack spot de
mand , closln ? steady at from 10 to 20 points
net lower , or nt the lowest point of tlie ses
sion ; salca , 22.500 hajis. Including December ,
35.llKi75.15 ; March. [email protected] fipot coffee. Illo ,
nominal ; No. 7 , Invoice. $ S 5 ; ? Co. 7. jobbing.
50.75. Mild , dull ; Cordova , J8.50ffll4.00 sales. ZfO
baps Mexican. 400 bugs Moracalbo , 200 bags
Central American. Total warehouse deliveries
from the United States , 12.122 bigs. Including
11.318 bojrs from New York ; New York stock
today. 497.797 bags ; United. States ntv . . C06.53U
bags ; alloal for the United States , 412.MO bags ;
total visible for the United States , l.fllS,53C bags ,
ixpalnst 619,540 bags last year and 5T.3.1GS bags
in 1S93.
SANTOS. Nov. 22. COFFEE Quiet ; good , av
erage Santos. 7.000 rets : receipts. 21.000 bass ;
stock. 1.127.Hifl ( bags. Weekly report : Quiet ;
good average , per 100 kilos , 7,600 rel ; receipts ,
durlmr the week , 142.000 bugs ; shipments to
the United States , 56,000 bags ; slock , 1,127,000
' '
'mo DE JANEIRO. Nov. 22. COFFEE
Steady ; No. 7 Rio. 7,000 rels ; exchange , 6 15-lCdi
receipts , 13.0W ) bugs ; cleared for the United
States S.Cfln bags ; cleared for Europe , S.OOO
imgs stock. 447.0CO hags. Weekly report : SteadS'i
exchange , standard , 7 000 ® 11.000 rels ; receipts
during the week. 98.01.0 bags ; shipments to the
United States. 40.000 bugs ; stock. 447.WX ) bags.
HAVRE. Nov. 22.-CK > FFEE-Closed if net
lower' sales. 30.000 bug ? .
HAMBURG. Nov. SS.-COFFEp-Open.-d fl
V. pfg. lower ; closed with a net loss of 1114
p"fK. ; bales , 24.000 bags.
\Vonl MnrU .
BOSTON , Nov. 22 Quotations for leadtne de
scriptions :
'om'blng 2Sc ; Nu. 1 Illinois combing. 2hc ; No.
"Michigan combing. Sic ; No , 5 Illinois combing.
" - SCX New York. New Hampshire and Vermont.
r' m'4c' No. 1 New York , New Hampshire and
Ve-moiit 27c ; unwashed medium and Kentucky
and Indiana quarter-blood combing. 2lc ; Ken-
lucky and Indiana three-elBhths-blood combing.
! 4R"7c' Mli-Kourl quarter-blood combine. 22923ci
MIsBOu'rl thret-elKhths-hlood combing. 23ft:4e ;
braid combing , 21c ; lake and Georgia. 22c. Texas
wools : Spring medium ( twelve monlhs ) , ICglbc ;
scoured price. 43C45c ; eprlng , line ( twelve
monlhs ) , 17018o : scoured price , MS52e. Terri
tory wools : Montana line medium and fine , ICff
ISc ; scoured price , 4SS50c ; staple , CSSMc : Utah ,
Wyoming , eic. . line medium and line , ISifl'c ;
scoured price , 56C57C.
Auitrullan wools : Scoured basis , combing , u-
perflne. 7072c ; scoured basis , combing , good. C5
@GSc ; scoured basis , combine , average. 62 jrZci (
Queensland combing. C5c.
8T LOUIS , Nov. I2.-.WOOL Qulel , easy and
unchanged ; medium , 15 20c ; llghl fine. 138 ? 17c ;
heavy fine , & & 14c ; tub washed ,
' \t-\v York Jtry GiiuilH MitrUrt.
NEAV YORK. Nov. 2i Th market for dry
gnJs opened with continued dull conditions , al-
tluiuKh there lias been further sagging , due to
Ihe fact thai the concessions madu by manufac
turers have reached their limit. There are
sentiments of Etrentrth In the market on the
other hand and continued small orders are re
ported In nearly all directions.
The situation | n woolen goods shows no change
of mnment , manufacturers utlll holding off on
the opening of heavy-weight cuods and not
being Inclined to make any eonceanlun lu prices.
Reorder * for llghl weight sprlnc ( foods In men's
wear , fabrics and dress goods are extremely
light , but Ihls Is to lie expecJH\ this lime.
The Kvneral markcl fur staple cottons Is quiet ,
buyers being Inrllned to trade charily In both
brown and bleached roods , although from some
quarters thre are teports pf freer Inquiry In
store trading and a ullgtif expansion In mall
orders , chlelly from southern rasrkets.
In print clotns Ihe marktl has ruled dull ,
there tx-lnr no sales yet ut Hie nominal price
of ! S-lCc. and UH > bids lar "yxfrus at 2Uc were
small and less numerous thatt they werv ut the
clew of the week. In prlcei't ere ha been .no
stronger market reported. " ,
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 2 : . Hdr-AIl- Open ket
tle. steiuly. y\UWtC : centrtfutnU , ven' strong ;
Branulotecl , S 11-lBirt M6c , whiles. S 11-1COI S-ICc ;
yellows , 3L.8ST.C. semndiS iUJVic Molaiws.
open kBtile. eB v. ! C4rtOc ; ceiitrJIufral. easy , t Uc.
rtyrun. sleudy , l\il c.
KTINDON. Nov. It HUGAit Heer n ar. Na-
veniber. 6 lH.d ; December uiB Uarch.
CINCINNATI. Nov. -SlOUIl-gule
liard tellned. W.Oi < J6 K.
NEW YORK , Nov. S. Sllfn.RRaw. . nrm ;
fair rennlnc. 3 5-lli < - ; centrifugal , Wf lesl , 3r :
rellni-d. Ann xtnndurd A , 4Iicc cut Inaf H ci
confeft loners' , W , < - . ruuulaled , tc
Oil MnrUettx ,
OIL- CITY , Pa. , Nov 12 Credit balano . 5r ,
c rtlllcate opened nt CCV.C Vl . iilgtieat. CSW ,
SSo bid. , jtilnuemi , U3.SCI bUs. ; run * ,
LUU ,
OMI1AL1VE STOCK MARKET I
Week Opens with a Nice Run tind o Lively
Trade.
LOCAL PACKERS AFTER BEEF CATTLE
Irmmill Cncxl ntul I3i orj'tliltiji Soon
Sold ut Firm KlKureM HCIK ( )
l'l > n MfUvl for
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 22. Receipts for
the daj-B Indicated were :
Cattle. Hoes. Shovp. Uoncs
November 12 . 2WC S.11C & \ Zi
November 20 . l.sw 6tAJO ! : sa . . . .
November 19 . 1S 1U H.ml l.EOU 2 ?
November IS . -MM ) S.aSi : . & 3 ?
November 17 . 3.1K 4.022 1 , < C7 2G
November IS . 4,303 4,285 2,333
Nuvumbar 16 . i.iils 2vUJ 1,53 < . . . .
November 13 . 4 * ti.GMJ 1,225
November 12 . 1,003 4.SS1 1,031 15.
November 11 . S.tllG ( J.vlS 3.tU . . . . I
November 10 . C.U15 6,8 7 l.bSS 2fi
November \ > . .712 D.345 1.4W )
November 8 . 3.4SO 2.M1 719 22
November 6 . S37 3Sl'9 .
The olllclal number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was.
CattU ? H'RS. Sh'p. H'ses.
C. , M. & SL P. Ry. . . . 2 2
ItisRourl 1'nclllc Hy . . 12 u
Union 1'acillc System. 10 7
! ' . , 13. & M. V. JJ. 11. . 10 3
C. , St. P. . M. & O. Hy S4 2
11. Jt M. 11. U. U . 43 G 4 1
C. , H. & Q. Ity . 6
C. , II. 1. fc P. Ky. . E. . . 1
C. , It. I. A : P. Hy. , W. . . _ 1 _
Totnl receipts . . . .112 31 5 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as loiloviw , uucli buyer purcnaslne tne num
ber of luad : Indicated :
Buyers. - Cattle. Hops. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co . 4 t24
The G. H. Hammond Co. . 374 177 31
Swift and Company . 411 . . . . Sol
Ihe Cuuuby 1-ucKins Co 2t ! ? b42 JIM
It. Beeker and Decan. . . . 1G7 .
Vansant > t Co . 27 .
J. L , . Carey . 2i ; .
Liobnmn & Hotlischllds . . 28 .
\V. I. Stcpnonn . 2G2 ' .
LlvliiRSton & Shaler . 10S .
Denis & Wolf . 33 .
L P. Husz . 120 .
H. Hamilton . 1G7 2bl
Hammond , St. Joseph . 124 . . .
Hammond. 1C. C . 4 . 127 . . .
Other buyers . 53 JG . . .
Left over . 100 . . .
Totals , . 2l42 2.701 l.OSG
CATTL.K The week startfu out with lib
eral receipts of cattlu , 112 fresh loads being
reported in , as against 102 cars yesterday.
The market us a whole was In very fair
condition so far us the selling Interests
were concerned and practically everything
In the yards changed hands early.
The demand lor fat cattle was good on
the part of loeul puckers and the offerings
met with ready takers at good , llrm prices.
There was nothing fancy In tne yards , but
there were some good enough to bring
H.Go , while the bulk went at H.wrf4.50. :
Cows and heifers were in fair request and
brought about steady prices.
In the stocker and feeder division the sit
uation was very favorable for the selling
interests. Very tew cattle were carried
over from last week , so that regular yard
operators were all on the maket. For that
reason the demand for desirable kinds was
quite brisk and values ruled strong to luc
higher than lust week. Common and rough
cattle were a little slow. Kepreaentatlve
sales :
NATIVES.
HEEF STEDnS.
No. Av. I'r. No. Av. IT. No. Av. Pr.
3. . .100C GO . . . .1WS ( S4 00 1. . . . 820 H CO
1S..1SS3 430 21. . . . 1332 453 10. . . . mi 4 C3
1S > . . . .1:83 4 Si. . . .1173 410 : : . . . .S73 410
3C..J2M 440 41..1K1 415 19..1K3 4 4j
18..1K9 440 . . . .H G 4W 43..11SO 4 oj
2..11W ) 4 DO 51. . . .1150 4 3D
COWS
2..1CCO SCO 1 _ 100U 3 CO 3 - 6..0 3 lj
' . .1CW 3 ia 3. . . . W3 350 43. . . .1077 375
1 830 2 20 " _ lUOTi 350 1..UW 250
3. . . .1040 285 3. . . .1240 333 15. . . . U47 225
17 . . .MS 240 1. . . . 750 275 1. . . .13.10 3 tO
2..T1M5 3W 2. . . . 1190 300 3. . . . 1030 310
7..10S5 320 13. . . .1126 325 C. . . . 833 330
C..1013 3 35
HEIFEHS. _ _
27. . , fc24 3 70 3. . . . CUO 4 00 2. . . . oiu 2 E5
5. . . . 644 2 k5 . . . . 451 325' 12. . . . 93S 340
] _ MX ) 3iO
- 11UL.I-S.
4 _ 1107 325 1. . . . WO 350 1 - C50 200
1..1710 330 3. . . .1130 245 2. . . .11120 315
Z _ 820 240 3. . . .1220 275 1..13iO 310
1 - 1520 4 10
CAL.VES.
2 _ 125 525 1 _ ICO 5 ( H 1 - 130 575
dTOCKEKS AND l-'EEDlilti.
1. . . . 710 340 1. . . . 6:0 450 2 - 6 300
2 _ Sft ) 3 2j 1. . . . 920 350 17. . . . S5S 303
2 - 1055 4 00
WESTERNS.
No. Av. IT. No. Av. Pr.
IS COWH . 1012 12 33 22 cows. . U77 t2 R5
47 cows . k3S 290 Breeders - 1103 375
NEBRASKA-
1 cow . SCO 250 1 cow . 120 250
1 cow . 1270 SuO 4 cowa . 1012 2 S3
3 cows . HMO 2 93 1 caw . Ufa 2 95
2 taillnKH..13tO 320 1 tttillnB . 8J ) 3 J )
2 tullIUBli. . . . 13.10 220 4 Ullllnss. . . . 1192 390
3D feeders. . . . CO 425 C feeders. . . .1153 323
1 cow . 961 250 1 bull . 12W > 275
1 cow . 1WO 3 UO IB hflftTB . CIS 310
1 cow . 1MO 325 S feeders. . . . S28 3 ; >
1 meur. . 1550 3 b5 91 feeders. . . .1153 3 H >
C f Here..ll53 325 22 feeders. . . .1116 3 S3
1 feeder . 1120 350 1 fejilcr . MuO 350
5 feeders. . . . 1178 350 1 feeder . 19UO 3 oO
3 feeders. . . . 112G 361) ) 1 feeder . 1020 360
2 heifers . -J10 323 1 feeder . 13SO 370
14 feedern.-1047 370 . 2 feeU rn. . . . 9'JO 370
C feeders. . . . 9SO 3 70 1 Lull . 1 0 2 45
3 hulls . llBfi 290 1 bull . 1100 2 0
5 cows . 111S 3 20 1 feeder . S90 3 . . .
4 feeders. . . . 1075 373 C5 feeders. . . .1030 3 TJ
1 null . 1340 260 1 bull . 14oO 250
1 bull . 14S1 S 70 1 bull . 13CO 2 * G
1 imn _ 13 * ) 260 i C feeders. . . .1174 3 BO
1 cow. . 1070 300 111 cows . SS5 3 i > 5
2 cows . 1120 323 32 fePders. . . . 821 315
G feeders. . . . 1025 3 SO 4 feeders. . . . 917 360
17 feeders. . . . 973
10 cows . 1115 345 14 Mtoers . 1218 403
3 nulls . 1220 275 Scows . 1093 3 3j
Scows . 13S5 SCO 1 feeder . Wi 350
IS feeders. . . . 1031 390 31 feeders. . . . 1000 390
Z4 .feeders. . . . 797 393 1 steer . 13.0 400
3 stews . 125i 4 00 4 Steer * . 1330 4 HO
1 steer. . 1130 400 Scows . WIG 300
4 feeders. . . .1273 SCO 1 feeder . 1210 3 GO
17 feeders . . . 931 390 1 bull . 1C50 2 C5
3 lielfers . 1140 350 3S feeders. . . . IMS 3 M >
5 feeders. . . . 1113 390 1 heifer . C20 225
1 heifer . 770 2 CO 3 bulls . 1430 2 < o
1 bull ' . . .K > ) 2 K ! 20 COWS . 833 2 S3
1 tniltn'ff . 12W ( 300 1 tulllnB . 1330 3 10
Ita ne . . ! > 3 ft ) 2 cows . 1035 3
1 cSw" . . . : : MO 335 10COWH . 100S 323
7 cows . 1075 3 33 38 heifers . 750 3 35
2 fe lcrn.230 3 2 farters. . . . IOJ > 3 M
29 feeders. . . .IK'S 373 3 feeders. . . . 733 3 So
31 feede : . : : 854 3 90 1 steer . 1300 4 M
13 calves . 337 4 73 7 cnlves . 137 5 2j
11 steers . 1222 303 31 f e lers. . . .1174 4 ro
8 cows . 703 2 25 B cows . C8 2 i ,
- VjullB . 1 < 3) ) 2 00 7 cows . Ml 2 no
lltalllnBS. . . . ; ) S8 lltnmnBS..10 295
CANADA.
4 feeders. . . .1017 323 33 feeders. . . . 814 S 73
" 4 feeders. . . .1012 375
SOt'TII DAKnTA.
lliull . . . .1350 2 C3 20 feeders. . . . 1200 380
1 feeder . .1COO 360 10 rU era . 1KO 375
C feeders. . . . 1134 375 29 feeders. . . .11S4 375
4 cows . Wit 310 7 sirs. Tex. . 1218 333
8 str . Tex. . 1008 SCO Scows . 810 2 GO
14 cows . 930 SCO Scows . 991 2 GO
jbulli . 1223 270 1 cim- . 1110 300
3 feeders. . . . 1135 380 24 steers . 1305 390
HOOS There were only tlilrty-four loads of
hoes In the ynrds all told , and of that numuber
seven loads wurc connlimed direct to packers.
The market was fairly active at an advance
of about Be , and everything was sold und
weighed up In Rood season In the mornlnc.
The extreme ranee of prices was J3.35fif3.50 , a <
aimlnnt J3.27Wff3.45 on Baturday. Heavy hops
polrt at f3.3Jf3.40 , and thn medium welehts and
light at J3.Wi3.50. The average of all the
sales was 4Vjc higher than the average price on
' Saturday.
Today's advance carried the market lo the
' highest point touched ulnae Novemlwr 12. Itepn-
Miitatlve sales :
1 No. Av. IT. No. A.V. I'r.
| 14 . 32 . . . J335 S8 . 317 . . .W37V4
B . J86 . . . 335 Cl . 259 160 Z 37H
I „ . 33S EO J33 11 . 278 fO 340
' < 7. . . _ 405 160 3 33 67 . 301 40 340
C . 377 1M S 35 87 . 31 40 * ' 0
52 . .308 fO 1 35 71 . 233 100 3 40
10J1 . 370 40 335 SO . ! S3 . . . 340
67 . 371 . . . J 35 C9 . WO . . . 340
5S . 30 fO J 37 < 4 H3 . 1SI . . . 340
52 . 317 Ito S 37H 28. . . . . . . .151 . . . 345
in . 302 . . . 3374 . . , . „ . .852 . . . 345
57 . 345 SOO 33714 K . Ml . . . 343
70 . 313 ICO JKii 17 . 114 . . . 343
1 „ . 29-1 40 S37H 77 . 2Z5 „ . . 343
ISO . J01 120 337W 79 . 21U . . . SCO
I 1-ias-onns AND ENDS.
i 5 . tea . . . 335 i . 2:0 . . . s 23
I 4 . 372 . . . S33 6 . S9S . . . 3 32\4
2 . 3W 80 3 S3 4 . 387 . . . 3 S2H
t . m . . . 340 S . 26C . . . 333
1 . 0 . . . 340 9 . MO . . . S 3S
7 . ? 5 . . . 3 40 7 . 217 . . . 3 45
JO . 91 . . . J 45 7 . ISO . . . 143
HIIEEP OwxJ mutton sheep , tmd there b n
1 any here , would undoubtedly have wild at strong
prices.
No. > v. IT.
1 buck . . . . . . . . ICO IJ CO
30 native limbi . . . . C 4 U
32 wontern euc * . „ . 81 1 CO
SSt wnntern wrthere . . . . . . . 87 I 93
104 western wethers. . . . . . . SO 4 00
St. I.oulo I.lvr Slock.
HT. I/iriS. Nov. . CATTLE Ilecelpts , 5000
head , of which 2.500 hrnd were Texans l.lp-
m nti , 4'On head , market Uronc for natives ;
Tcxaui uttaJy fair to choice native shipping
and export ulcers. > 4.4' > SK.2i. balk of l .
U.KfH.K ilrewed bwf and butcher sle n M 05
JH.M bulk of sales , S4.20f 4.1tt tlrrn unMr
l.CK. HM. . U306445. bulk uf al s tl.bO&4.1 (
| stucker * aud ftnler * . j : . S4.M , bulk ut sales.
JJ 69 < N o . cown iind hclfcm > J ( * M 4 V bulk of '
rcw , I | 1 < rl.V > . cannlnc cnw . Jl.Snff ! 40 1VT
and Indlun strm , CTBH , JZ TStfl ' , fr J , 11.23.
cow * find hclfeni , IJMP9C.M.
llfKlS npt | , . o hmd. uhlpmcntu , t.Sre
hf J. m ikn Rtrunc ! < a nhnrtr hlKher. Hcht ,
> .lf.f3 41 , . mixed. : i. < 0 i.K > . hf-nvy. JJv > ft3-H :
SHKKI'-Hrcvtpt * . i.nwi hrad. hl | < mcnts. ?
hr d. market stmity on t ! t. of tthlfh tlifre
* Tn Imt trvr litre , native muttons. 3 : . { i .J5 ,
culls Rtul huckt. Jt.w < r .M > : Umlxi.
C1I1CACO 1,1 VU vroCK .MAIIKKT.
Stiinll Sitpiiljif Cultlr .link ithe
IIUJtTH1llllllH. .
ClttrAOO. Nov. S8. The small supply of cattle
m d taij-cni mnrc nnxlcmii tlmn ununl to t Ue
Imld , xnd trnitf marled In ntrllpr than ordlnnrlly.
tlip r iitei pmrt of th Amilnitrte offerlnio ti ln ?
< H | OT I of t > for * no n. Thre were a cirnt
limn } ' rnolre fat entile of mrrilum find I % y i
|
weights , and surh lots \\prr rrmttly tnkm. Halm
of imttve lippf mttlA were tnnar nt WWW * . * " f r
| x or to prime irnuln. the bulk of the trading
l > ln ; t J4 40flrt.lo. The stockn- and fe < ler tmde
fairly nctlvp at the tisiml wide rnnfrr of
mockers brltiKtne JJ. iS76 iind ftvtlers
.W. Cxlvrs raid at from Jfi t < > K ri , f.ir the
l > eit lots.VeBlcru runccis ! . < ld nt JS.riW ) 15 fur
steers
Trade In liogn was active nnil the ctentir pnrt
nf the bnj8 chanci l hands enrly In the dnv.
ITlpe * were n'mnser and larRely Sc per lee
poiinrtu hlcher , the bulk of the offering ! p'lnn /
for JS.4Hf .M > . Common henry iwckers fold nt \
U.34V3 I" and prime shlppinR lots nt JS.5o1M.TO.
The avrrase quality was very ROW ! and there )
were a good many IlKht weight boss. j
1'rlcw for sheep and lamb * wrrr steady , with n I
fnlrlyi net Ire local and shipping demand. Sheep
sold lit JM5JN Co for Inferior lo choice Hocks and
Inmlm wpr In d mand al JSTVfft.fO. ITIces of
late have bern nlmoxt too hlqh fur feeders and
there are not ninny offerluss that are adapted to
tht'lr requirements
ttiwlpt : Taltle , 17.0CO bead ; bogn. SS.'OO li.ful :
sheep , 14.000 hend.
r.n t Illlllulo Ilvv Slock.
EAST IlfFPAt-O. N. Y. , Nov. 22. CATTL.E
Choice exports nnd Fl\liilnq \ | ] ? tecr tl.iMM.Mi ;
medium heavy. S4.MHi4.70 : coarse rouph. J3 ( WW
OD ; fat heifers. J3. ! 0til2 ; , mixed butchers'
stuck. J3.359I.OO ; fnt ro\v . joi3.75.
11OOS5 Yorker * , mixed puckers' Ktadcs mid
heavy , MM ; Toughs. S3 1085.25 ; stags. SZ.'OC
3.00 ; pics , J3.26SS70.
IiAMUS Yearlings , choice lo prime. J4.Ct' < f I 7K ;
culls. S4.nWJ4.25 ; natives , choice to extra. SJ.COfli
u.dl ; fair to good. J.Vir.lTS.4 > . culls , HMjiB.i ; .
SHEEP Good to selected wethers. JI. > 1 H7r , :
mixed , good to choice. 14 15 $ 4.49 ; culls , K.K ®
3.50.
IiiillniuiiHillN l.lvr Slin-1 ; .
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. -CATTLE Receipts ,
l.SO" heud ; shipments , llcht ; market stem ! } : peed
to prlnw- ulcers , I4.S085.10 ; fnlr to medium rterrn ,
31.-l."iSn.7J ; common to peed stockerb , tS.SSC1
HOOS Itecelpts. 5,5Hfl lipnd ; rhlpmenta. 800
heed ; m.irUet nctlvu and SV e hlRher ; ROIK ! to
choice mi-dlum nnd heavy , K.SOftj.uS1 * ; mixed ,
t.1.40 3..0 ; common llsht. I3.l0a 51' .
SlinCP Ilecelpts. llrht : ahlpmcnta. none ;
market quiet : Rotl to rholcp li-mlja. S.ViHfff ) > Vf ;
common to medium lambr , K.WiU.71 ; common
Bhi-cp. S2.i < l.75.
KANSAS CITV , Nov. K. CATTLE HeCi-lpls ,
C.OOO head ; market ateaily to ttron ; ; Texnn
stecra. J2.HOfl-5.SM : Texas cows. J5.COff5.:0 ; nnllve
sleers , J3.2o1i4.P3 ; nntlv. ; COWH und lielfe : * . Jl Wi ?
4.0 : Ftocki-rB and firdcrs. J5.XVlfl.33 ( : bulls. J2.40
© j.no.
HOOS Ilt-cPlpts. 7.00. ) hend ; mnrlpt utendy to
. . .
, : < irji o.la *
KI1EE1' Kecelpts. 2.0CO heutl ; market llrm ;
lamb ? , [email protected] ; muttons. S2.5094.73.
\IMV Ynrli Uvc Stock.
NEW YOruC. Nov. 22 1IEEVES ll.TflptR.
4,015 heart : native steers. Jl Sflftu 10 : HtnKS nnd
oxen , ! 2 nOff4.ri > : hullH , J2.50B3.0" : dr > ' cow . Sl.CO
340. Cables quote American steers , llffll c ;
refrlgeralnr lH pf. R3i5no ; ; no exjnrtK.
CAL.VES neeelpts. l.OSO head : veal * . J3.0 < > S8 fO ;
gni.s ers. f3.nnW3.50 ; westerna , J3 > > ie4.21.
SHEEP AND L.AMIIS - lpts. 13 , 33 hend.
Sheep , J3.0084.50 : lambs. J5.50t0 00.
lIOGS-Ilecelpts. 9.7'H ' head ; higher at J3.50S1
4.00.
I.otilRVlllc 1lvick. ( .
LOUISVILLE , Ky. . Nov. 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts , 2.000 bend ; market active on good cattle
and dull on others.
HOOS Hecelpts , 5.CCO head : market opened 5c
higher : nil the good hops , ino Ibs. and up , J3.Bi > ;
nigs , S3.25fT3.GO : rough , f2.7T3 13.
SHEE1' Hecelpts. 4.000 head : market dull nnd
lower : best fat sheep. f3 40g3 0) ; best lambs ,
S4.MB4.73.
Stock In
Hecord of receipts of live Etnrk nt Ihc four
principal markets for November 22 :
Tattle. HOES. Sliw > n.
Omaha. 2,932 3.110 srl
Chlcnso 17.0CO ns.OOO 14.'no
Kansas Cily e.oco .f < r\ 20-0
St. Louis 6.0'fl B.COO 1.3i
Totals 3 > C32 51.716 1S.31
California Ur ! - l Frultx.
NEW YOHK. Nov. 22. PALirORNIA DRIED
FKU1TS Quiet : evapo-nted nnn'es , eommin. C
ff7c i > cr lb. : prime wire Iray. 7 ic ; wood dried , |
prime. Sc ; choice , SHif. fancy. 9i/9Hc ( : prune ? ,
* > V4WSic per lb ; nprlcnta. Ht.ynl , 7frsr ; Moor
Park. 9SHc : peaches unpeeled. 7fllOi\ peeled ,
[email protected] per lb.
If you are weak HUDYAN will make you
strong. Dou you doubt that ? If you do you
are foolish , for what IIES been done for ten
thousand men can bo done for you. Your
eyes arc weak ; then why not get them
strong ? HUDYAN makes clear eyesight
where all before was blurred. You walk as
though there was no hope In life HUUYAN
cures that feeling. Will you try It ? If it
falls you will be the first mortal who has
6ald that Jt could fall. But , MAN , you must
try.
NEVER
JL > lij ? JLJAL
N'o. never as long as the Hudson Medical
Institute is within your reach , get down to
despair. HUDYAN has- been shown to be
the one thing that malcee weak men strong.
Are you weak ? If you are , it will make you
strong. It makes all weal : men
strong. Your eyes are not the only things
that show the waste that there Is going on
In your system. How about the weak knees ?
The feeling of Bloom ? HUDYAN will alter
all that. Do you want to be a weakling for
all time ? Think !
To fall In anything Is not good. But to
fall In strength Is the most complete failure
you can make. HUDYAN prevents this. It
keeps all the faculties bright. The weakest
thing that there Is on earth It makes vigor
ous. And It will stop all loss of vitality In
a week. HUDYAN will give you back your
youth. And HUDYAN will make you vigor
ous. You can write for circulars and testimonials
menials about It ; they cost nothing not one
cent.
{ 3j3 TIilrtj'lH5' blooil i-iir - rlr-
' cularN iirt > fr - - , too , am : HO
In mi'tlli'iil nilvli-r. Arc. . j-our Irrtli
loiiM-f IN your luilr fit I linn niilf
Tbut'M 111 in. cl taint. Watch It.
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Stockton , Market and Ellis Sis. ,
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA.
J. L. BOYD & CO. ,
Grain Provisions and Stock
1416-1418 Farnatn St.
Orders taken for 100 btifibeU and upward * ) .
C. C. CIIRISTin , E. J. STRUHT.
President. Vlee-Preildcnt.
G .W KENNEY.
Secn-l ry ,
Cdristie-Streel Commission Co
I.10 , ( ) < )0.IO ) , Fullr Pn 1.1.
STOCKS , fJItAI.Y AND PROVISIONS ,
Telrj.lioiir KIDS. .
. . . . Omiiliu , Xrb ,
JAMES E. BOYD & CO. ,
Telephone 1030. Omaha , Neb
COMMISSION ,
CHAIN , PROVISIONS undSTOCKS
UOAWD op
Olrc-t wires to Chicago and New York.
Correspondents : John A- Warren & Co.
Weare Commission Go-
OLD COLONY m'I.LUI.VU , CIIICARO.
Members Chicago Board of Trade itlnce 1SG2.
Grain , ProYisions an3 K. Y. Stocks.
Orders Cu h and Future Delivery Solicited ,
Oiunku OIUcc , Ilooui 1 , > . V. Life llldif.
. . . . 'Phoue DUX. . . .
FLOVD J. CAHP1112LL ,
BLOOD POISON
ton arming )
\Vrttten Onnrnnlro In CF11E T.VJIXT1
CANCer MONT.Y MKIT.lir.D. .
Our cure l rorm nrnt ml not putrhlne np. C
Irrurdn yr t m > lia * n - rrn a Mmin.m Hn v.
lijfl > " 'iliincjoni ' i c tulivvr ran treat jouti mull.
nn l r KIT * thr mmr tr > c cuaremrt toutr . r trlund
all money Those who pnl .r lo imr hrlt > tor treat.
mmt rnnilOKjunt r will iiiy rullrciul turr l-r'h TI
inl hotel tilll * hll < t hriT If or T ir IK * ne.vprlitl. .
dues tl > t orld torm-iuc tint nnr Tingle Itrinedr
will njt CHITWrllr Inr lull | ICMIIM | % uml prt ll , < .
erirtnncn.VrknjnUiH you rv Vr.Ur ) < l. JUKI IT mlivi ,
the most rmln-int plitrlrlatu ! > * .icrrr Ivnn b >
to ITIVIinnrr limn teni | > i > r rjr ivlirf. In our trntrtn
pwrtln > with tbl Mnelr Itrtnrily t < hai l-wnmo.t
uirtlcull tootprrnnw tlm pn-Jmlk-nntirftlnvt nil < - ll J
in-rinm. lint tiiulrr our otnmjt irtMinirr. Ton 'liould
Iiot hrMIMt to Uj tM < lvmr.lr Von lukr mi vlutnero !
lotlnc your money Vt'e tfiiM-nntw to rurr or irfund
rrrr.t duller and a wo h - H n-rmatlnn to tirolrcL
l o llnmicl l iiiti-ltlnt : nt lr OO.IIOIl. It l iTiIrcllj
N > tc to nil ho will try Um ircitiment. lion-tutor * foi
h r hffn I uttlr.c ii | > Mul I-K.TIIIR init jour moiiry tot
UIIH-iTiit tmitinrnliiRnil altliouirli fou nrr not jet rurrd
no one ha * t lI ( Iwtkt ur UIOIIPT | n not ftanie anr
mow nioiirr until you try ua Old" . chronic , rtrrp-fcnlM
ca r rureil ID tlility to nluptjr ilaj . ltivw > tlt t nui
n-innrUI iimnllng. our n-imtailon builm-M men.
llt ui fur likinni ulid nililrrMM of th we hot
cured. who liaVn tiltm | K-rnil < * lon to refer to then.
It rmt ) nnvnljriti4i | K * toiinlnlM It will rc joaa
world of iiiflcrinKtnmi inrntM u.lnnulfyou .
inarrti-d what mu yimr oltupi me milter through ri.ur
owniirellevncilioiirFy > ! iptuiniianplm.l nUc ,
> oiv thniM. immim n > trhi In numlh. rnenirMlMn li
Dotin anil Julnln. liair fMlliia out. < * niptlun rn nj
part of thp uudy ft-ollnit uf in-iirml dnimwlon. iwlnn In
lirad or > M > nra , you havi- tin tllnr to ! " . Thiwt who
urp coiintanily IAI.ITIC nioirurr and ) -na > ti thnulil am-
rnntlnnrlt Ci > n tantite of t.Vw ilnin will ultrlf
lirlnpton-siunrt latlnc ulcrir In tlireml , Htmt lall ta
vnle. All ciinri'iHindrnrF rrnt fralwt In iiialn itnrt-
* ? " " " ! < . l < | I1T1"1 ' ' " ' " ' < " > Held Inr
Uoull In ourtwiw r to aid vou In lu
COOK REMEDY
CO. ,
34U ) .Maa niu 'J < : iiiiilc. ChlcnRO , II
IViADE ME A MAN
- i AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CtnUS
a.j.fiarnmtt J > ltrairf l'nlniMom \ ] -
r , Iniiwteni-r. Hlmiiltumonc , etc. . caniwd
' ' "
; ; * * . vwf * * if dnci ttim M
-wtVluilltj in oljorrouue and
forirtiidy , tiurluoM or morrlUBe
and C'onTOmtitlcn u
; iruero all nther fall In.
. . - . . „ . . . tviiu1nn Ajuc U'nblotn * Thor
tSi.:11 ! ! 1"1011"1"1"1 "lUcnroron. Wo elm o foi
RiiiirnniTi to effect n ram Cn PTC In
each euro or rotund Ihe. monor. PrlreUU M lOir
- " " " - U ' - - - - - '
-Wi or t'kuos ( lull
Kur BUIC In Omuha oy Jnniei Fonytb , 2UJ N.
ICth etrrct.
Kuiin o : Co. . IT.th and Uouclai Strrcta.
Patronize
Home Industries
1'iirrliitMlnt ( iooillluilr ill the Kol-
A1VN1NUS AND TENTS.
OMAHA TKXT AM lU'llltUlt CO.
( Succeaaore Omaha Tent and Awmne Co. )
Manufacturerii teniB , nwnltics. Jobbers ladle > *
and Rent * ' mnckinloshes. ' .Tents for rent. ISlt
rnrnam SL. Oinnlm.
OMAHA UltlSWI.VG ASSOCIATION' .
Car load nhtpmenta made In our own r r\g. \
tmtor curs , llluc Ribbon , Klitc Export Oenni.
Ej.pon and Family Export delUcrca to all parU
of the ctlv.
B1JICK ,
\VIT11M5I.1 , DUOS. .V S. IIT1I CO.
1'avlnc. Sewer and Bulldlnt
HIUCIv.
Capacity , IOC. 000 per day. Oftlce nnd ynril 2JJ
cud lllcUury Sta. Telcnnone < 2I. Omaha. Nca
CORNICE WORKS.
C. F. El'EXUTEK ,
ISARMS couxicn ivonics.
Mnnafactiircr of Galvanized Iron Cornices , Ga- !
vanlzed Iron SkyllRhts. Tin , Iron anil Blntt
Rooflne. ABCIU for Klnneora Stctl Cclllns.
IOS-10-12 Nartli Eleventh streel.
CIIACKEK FACTUHIES.
A3ICU1CAN 1IISCI7IT AM ) JIFO. CO. ,
Wholesale Cracker Manufacturers ,
OMAHA Neb.
DYE WORKS.
SCUOEUSACIC'S TWIX CITY 1JYK
\VOIt K..S. IT.ai 1'lirnuiii St.
Dyeing and cleaning of garments and guods ot
rvery description. Cleunlng of fine Eurnicnti a
rp lalty.
FLOUR MILI S.
S. F. GII.MAA.
Flour , Meal , Teed nn < ! Dran. 1015-1G-17 North
17th Street , Omaha. Neb. C. E. lilack. nmliaEer.
Telephone C92.
IRON WORKS.
DAVIS & COWC5ILI. JHOX AVOUKS.
Iron nnd IlriiNN Foiimli'm.
Manufacturers and Jobbers of machinery. Gen *
eral rcpalrlnc o npcclalt.x. 1501 , 1503 and ISO !
JacUton street , Omaha. Neb.
PAXTO.V & VIKUMNr. IIIO.V IVOHICS.
Manufacturers of Archlleclunil Iron Work.
General Foundry. Machine and Blacksmith work.
Enclneers ai J Contractor : far Fire I'roof Build-
IngH. OlHce and wurkH : U. P. Ry nnd South
17th street , Omatm.
UNSEED OIL.
\VOOIJ.1IAX M.VSKI3I ) OIL AVOHKS.
MnnuVclurers ulu proccsa raw lln ecd oil
keltle boiled Slnieca uii. jd ! prnccus Kround lln.
seed calie. crjund and ecreenr(5 flaxieed for
. OMAHA. NKU.
LOUNGES-MATTRERSJES.
I. . G. 1 > OUI > .
Manufacturer LounKcn. Couchen , .Muttrcwsci.
Jobber of Bnring Ileds and Feathers 411-113 H.
10th street.
OMAHA IlISnniNfi CO ,
Manufacturers of liich grade Mattresuo * . 1305-t
Nicholas Ptrcct. Omaha.
ANP &II1RT FACTORIES.
KAT'/-XnVKXH COMI'AXV.
Mfers. Clothing , Pants , Shirts and Overalls.
OMAHA. NED.
EUIRT FACTOniES.
J. II. I3VAXS.
M'.llHA.SKA SIIMt'l' COSII'AXV.
Exclusive custom ihtrt tallora. 1515 Farnam.
TINWARE.
I.V TIXW/iIIIS COMI'ANV ,
Pieced , Stamped and Jnpunned Tinware , Oran.
lie Iron , Hollow Wore. rtc.
1003 Farnam Bt. OMAIIA.NEn.
VINEr.AR AND PICKLES.
HAAU.11AVV VI.MJJAIl CO. ,
Manaufacturers of Vlneear , 1'lckles , Catsups ,
Mustard * . Celery and Worcestershire flauce.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
WILLIA3I I'KKIFFKK.
I'or a coed HUbstunllat vehicle ot any descrtp.
lion , for repuinitnc or rubber tires on new or old
wheels the bcsl pUce Is Z7tn and Ltuvenporto
streeni.
UKIIM.1IOM ) CAHIUAGI2 CO ,
Cheap , medium priced and tony carriages.
Any thine > ' ° u " "it- second hand or new.
Ileadquurlvrs for Rubber tlriu. warranted. HtU
und Harney , opposite Court House.
A. J. bIMI'SO.V
14 Oil , 1411 Duilcv.
Full line of Carrtuiits. Ilucclei , Phaetons , Pen >
Cart * . Wheely rutb r lUed. The Lett Is tbl
CIGAR MANUfACTURElUi.
1IEM3 JL CO.
factury In lb * west. Ijeodlnc 4ob-
at Oiuuba , Kansus Citr. Llocaln and fit
li hundla our good * . 190i Furmiia ktrnt.
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