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10 THE OMAHA DAILY .BEE : WEDNESDAY , [ NOVEMBEll 2 , 189S.
1 COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL large Increase in the Visible Sends Wheat on a Sharp Decline , DECEMBER CLOSES THREE-EIGHTHS LOWER J'nrk Drop * . Fifteen Cciitn , LnrtI Seven anil n Iliilf Cent * nnil Illlm I'lvc Cniitn Mnrket Mull mid i 12n v. CHICAGO , Nov. 1. A Inrge Increase lu Iho vlBlblo supply of wheat , UB reported by llradstrtct's today , caused a sharp dscllnu Jn prices near the end of the rcsslon. After an early advance on the sudden rise at Liv erpool December closed 3-So.lower. Corn left off at a decline of USS-Sc. Oats are unchanged. I'ork lost 15c , lard 7&c and ribs 5Q7'ic. ' Liverpool Btartcd at an advance of Idler lor spot wheat and 2 1-Sd for futures , while the next quotation for December showed a jlso of 31-Sd , and the cloMng cablu reduced the last prevlouy ( lUotatlon from Id to l ! ' d. The effect of the bullish Irregularity n broad upon speculative sentiment here waste to start December wheat at about last jilfclit's prlco for calls. Business , however , was by no means animated and thu open * Ing advance was followed by a long Inter val of dullness , with the tendency toward n slight downward reaction. The sudden rally nt Liverpool was said to bo duo to small Blocks and the unsettled political as pect. New York sent bullish dispatches , ono of which said the continent accepted wheat offerings last night notwithstanding Ihe holiday prevailing. Shipping houses litre also reporled heavy acceptances from the United Kingdom. London throw cold water on the bullish new. < , however , by liiiotliiR a bettar inquiry for cargoes on pas- uaRe , but at prices SftlHid lower. The clearances of wheat r.nd Hour from Atlantic and gulf pertH were again enor mous amounting to 1,010,0)0 ) bti. Primary western market receipts all told were 15S- i < W bu. , against I,2b7uu0 bit. the correspond ing day last yenr. Chicago receipts wcro 475 earn , against 217 for thu same day a year ngo , and the northwest received 1,723 cars , s compared with 1,402 the Hlmllar day a weik ago and 1,013 the year before , lirad- Htrt'lN < t-i.ort imidu wh at stocks east of the Hocklcs show 2,353,000 bu. Increase. The iimount ahoui lor Kuropo thowcd an In- rreaso of S.HOO.UOO bu. , making a total of 0,252,000 bu. , Hgalrist 5,210,000 bu. Increaho the corresponding wide of last year. Owing to the Druilatruct report and an absence of jinythlng more warlike from Europe than Jmd already been received , thu market Blumpcd off , closing weak at the lowest price of the day. December opened ' .fcflii-Sc Iilgher lit f,7Uifii73-8c [ , held steady at 67 3-Sc , declined to fi71-Sc , rose to d7Vic , then dropped to GC3-S.C . , tils closing price. Stronger cables and a decrease in stocks lit Liverpool , together with the upturn In wheat , started corn higher. The early strength gave place to a much easier feel ing , however , on account of the slackness of shipping demand. The declining ten dency of wheat In the last half hour had u depressing effect and caused selling of ; orn , which left off at the lowest price of the session. Receipts were B01 cars. De cember began l-8c higher at 32S-S032 : > ic , ) iold steady at 32-c , then declined quickly to 32',4o buyers , the closing llguro. An excellent cash demand developed con- nldsrable strength In oats. There was a largo business transacted with heavy buy ing by professionals. Receipts were 341 earn. May started 1-So up at lil i tT-Sc , lUcllned to 21C-S , advanced to 2lo-85j23c , then reacted to 21 5-S021Jc , at the close. Provisions ruled slow and easy. Ile- relpts were large and prices were weaker. 'J"ho demand was fair. Thcro wa liberal de mand for lard by house ? with ICngllsh con nections , which carried the whole list down ward. Shipments were large 1.857.00) lb ? . of meats and 4,238,000 Ibs. of lard. January jmrk opened tW/fcc lower at $ S.03Ci9.00 , de clined to $8.50 buyers , the closing price. January lard began a shade lower at JI.92V& nnd declined to $1.S7'A at the close. Janu ary ribs started 2fcc ! lower , declined to 51.57'i and closed at . .67''g'4.60 ' ' buyers. Kstlmatcd receipts for Wednesday : M'heat , 330 carr ; corn , 310 cars ; oats , 210 cars ; hogs , 35,000 head. leading futures ranged as follows : Articles. Open , lllirh. Low. Clone. Ycs'd'y Wheat. Nov. . . 06 flo Dec. . . BBH HfiH Hoy. . 08 OU 67M 67H Torn. Nov. . . 32M 32 32 S2U Dec. . . . 3.W May. . . 34 OJh 34 Oati. Dec. . . 24W May. . Pork Dec. . . 780 785 777 780 790 Jan. . . . 787W DUO 800 360 905 Lard. Deo. . . . 480 480 487 * Jan. . . . 487K Illb * . lice. . . . 4 0 460 4 S7K 46' < H Jan . . . 467H 4 till 405 Cash quotations were as follows : FLOUn Steady ; special brands , $4.10 © 1.30 ; hard patents , $3.60jj3.75 : soft patents , S3.40B3.50 ; huri straights , $3.10 < Q3.20 ; bakers , "williAT No. 2 flprliiK , C6 , iii67 c ; No. 3 eprhiK , G3"4S67Vje ( ; No. 2 red , G7jto.e. . COHN No. 2 , 323-40. OATS No. 2 , 2U4625c : No. 2 white , 26' . ' CiVic : No. 3 white , 25V65J2C' c. i IYK Nn , 2 n n . BARLEY No. 2. 33fi4Sc. SEKDS KlaxHced , No. 1 , J1.02JT1.03 ; prime timothy sped , J'.SS. PHOVISIONS-Pork , mess , per bbl. Jl.SO ( STJ.SS. T.ard , per 100 Ibs. , Jl.S5fTI.SO. Bacon , ehort ribs sides ( loose ) , J.V00170.23. Dry salted rhoulders ( boxed ) , J4.60ifl.73 ; short clear pldes fboxed ) . J5.10iw.20. WIIlBKY-Dlstillcrs' flnished Roods , per gal. , JUS. BtJGAHS-UnchanBCd. Tha followme are the receipt- , and ship ments for today : Articles. Receipts. Shipment ! . yiaur , bbls. 17,0001 2S.OOO \Vheat , bu. 2.1ono 1U3.000 Corn , bu. . . , ; ; icooo ! 451,000 Oats , bu. . . , 350,000) ) 407,000 llyc , bu. . . . , 41,0m ) : IS.OOO Jiarlay , bu. 21,000 On the Produce exchange today the but- Inr market was steady ; croamur.es , 149i.Ko ; i dairies , isu j I3c. KKK . dull ; fresh , I7'.iia JSc. Cheese , imchuiiRed tVOHLO'S VISIIII.i : CHAIN HIIIM'I.Y. 1'otnl AVIient Supply Show * an Iii- erenxe of ( l'JSt ; , ( ) ( ) < lIuNhelM. NEW YORK , Nov. l.-Speclril telepi-aphlc nnd cables dispatches to Bradstreet's In dicate the following changes In available supplies last Saturday as compared with the preceding Saturday : Wheat. United States and Canada , east of the Rocky mountains , Increase , 2,3S,000 ! bu. ; Liverpool Corn Trade News ) alloat for nnfl In Europe , Increase , 3,900,000 bu. ; total uupply , Increase. B.2S3.000 bu. Corn , United States and Canada , cast of < he Hocky mountains , Increase , 323,000 bu. Oats , United States'and Canada , east of the Rocky mountains , Increase , Sfl.OOo bu. Among the more Important Increases in American and Canadian vislblo supplies ro the ( rains of 1,000,000 bu. at northwest ern Interior elevators , 315,000 bu. at Ontario und Manitoba storage points , 203,000 bu. at New Orleans and HO.Otx ) bu. at Oalveston. The only Important decrease Is that ot 79,000 bu. at Milwaukee private ulovutors. The uggreKate stocks of wheat held at I'ortland. Ore. , nnd Tacoma and Seattle , Wash. , show an Increase of 313,000 bu. over last week. Yoiuc < ; FMU.VI , ( luoindnim for I lie Day on ( icnernl Coiniuodltlt'N. NEW YORK , Nov. 1. PIXDUR-Hecelpts. 43,474 bbls. ; exports , 41,521 bbls. ; quiet and utealv. closing eaiv with \vheat. CORNMUAlv-Qulct. HVE Steady ; No , 2 western , BlflSlHc , c. d. f. , Huffalo , atloat to arrive. I1AH1.EY MALT Firm. WHEAT Receipts , 351.500 bu. ; exports , 15,637 bu.j spot , easy ; No , 2 red , 77c. f. o. ti. , afloat. Options were strong on bullish Liverpool cables and irregular during the day on a scalping trade. The afternoon veiling wns prompted by easier late cables. Chicago hammered the market and nil ad vances were tlnally lost , the close hulng practically unchanged from thu previous day : May , TJ'.S.Tac , closed 72 3-Sc. CORN. Receipts , 192.400 bu. ; exports. SJ- O bu. : spot , No. 2 , 23 5-So. f. o. b. , u float. Options opened firm on cable news , but tvas llnatly easier under realizing sales , closing- lie net lower : May closed at 39 3-Sc. OATS Heo-elpts. 24I.7UO bu. : exports. EO- 412 bu. ; spot , quiet ; No. 2 , 29 < ,4C. Options vtre neglected. CHEESE Steady ; largo white und colored , & < c ; small white und colored , l > fi : 0 l-8c. METALS Although several departments woru lees active today the general under current of sentiment was very llrm , with tfomt > nietuli , In fact , exhibiting a strong front on a withdrawal ot eellcra and press- Inp tnnniln ( from buyer * . Ne.ws , nn rtur- Ing the Inut few dayc , was very encourag ing to holders. At the close the Metal ex- i li'iiiire called t'lg ' Iron warrants < tulet tit J7.00 bid nnd J7.25 nsked. Uike. coppti- wax llrm at JI2.M bid nnd J12.70 asked. Tin wan quiet ut J18.25 bid nnd J1S..17H asked. Load was rtrmcr nnd higher nt J3.,0 bid nnd J3.73 n ked , Spi'H'jr wns very llrm nt J5.20 bid und J3.25 asked. The llrm naming the set tling price for leading western miners und smelters quotes lend at J3.50. OMAHA UUM3IIA1 * MAHICHT. Condition of Trnile nnil Quotation * on Staple null I-'iiney 1'roiluce. EOOS Oood stock , 17c. HUTTEH-Comrncin to fair , I&ni2o : sop * arutor , 22c ; gathered creamery , 20tJ21c , liivij l'OUl/1 HV Hens. 4H'o6c ; old roos- terx , 4c ; spring chickens , Cc ; ducks , 6Q7c ; ( JCC.MC , ( i'fl7c. GAME Tral , blue wing , J1.75 : green wing , Jl.CO ; mixed , J1.75fi2.U3 ; pralrlo chickens , young , J4.BO ; old , J4. IMOKONS Live , per doz. , 75c. Y13AL Choice , flu. VEGETABLES. C1SLERY Per bunch , 23t30e ? ; Colorado ceirry , 45c. ONIONS New , per bu. , 33S43c. HEANS-Iliuid-plcked navy , per bu. , 51.30 01.40. POTATOES .WHOc : sucked. 43i-4r r. BWEET POTATOES-Per bbl. , J2.00U2.23. CAUHAGES- bu. , crated , Ic. TROPICAL FRUITS. LEMONS-Callfornla , fnncy. SB.OOWC.BO ; cholc"- ; . J5.50iii5.75 ; fnncy Messina , JG.COQ7.00. ORANdES Mexicans , SI. BANANAS f'holce , large stock. per bunch. $2.CK > 32.25 ; medium sized bunches , J1.75if..OO. FRUITS. APPLES-Wcstern Ben Davis , CJenltons nnd Wlnesnps , per bbl. , J3.2503.50 ; New York Ualdwlni , Greenings nnd others , per bbl. . $3.fiims.75. I'l-'Ai'ttEB-Sonson over. PI.UMS Oregon , J1.0&Jfl.23 ; season nbout over. PEARS Hartlett. California , out Of the market ; other varieties , J2.25. OHAPESillrornla Tokuys , Jl.BOffl@l.G3 ; New York grapes , ISc. PRANHEHniES Wisconsin. r > cr box , J1.2.Capo ; Cods , per bbl. , JG.23Q6.53 ; Jerseys , J3.75ftfi.00. QUINCES-Per box , J2. MISCELLANEOUS. NUTS AlmondH , per Ib. , 14fJ15c ; Brazils , per Ib. , Sf/lOc ; English walnuts , per Ib. , fancy soft shell. IlftU'c ; filberts , per Ib. , lOc ; pecans , polished , 7QSc ; oocoanuts , per 100 , Jl.50ff5.CO ; peanut-- , raw , 6'Jc ; roasted , " ' .ic ; I'ht'Stnuts , 1151120. MAPLE HYHt'P Klve-rnl. fan. pneh , J2.r,0 ; pal. cans , pure , per doz. , J12 ; half-gal , cans , J8.23 ; quart cans , J3.30. HONEY Choice White. 12Til3c. DATES Hnllowec , CO to 70-lb. boxes , D'/Jc ; Salr. 5e ; Fard , 9-lb. boxes , Oc. I' IOS Imported fancy , 3-crown , 14-lb. boxes , ] ( ! < 5-orown. 4)-lb. ) borfs. 13c ; 3-lb , boxes , 2252Jc per box ; California , 10-lb. boxes , Jl.lOi51.15. CIDER Pur half bbl. , $3.2333.50. HIDES , TALLOW , ETC. IIIDES-No. 1 green hides. 7c ; No. 2 green hides , Cc ; No. 1 salted hides , 8ie ; No. 2 salted hides , 7ic ! ; ; No. 1 veal coif , S to 12 Ibs. , 9c ; No. a veal calf , 12 to 15 Ibs. , 7c. TALLOW. GREASE. ETC. Tallow. No. l , 3c ; tallow , No. 2 , 2'ic ; rough tallow , I' o : white grease , 2Vi&2ic ; yellow und brown grouse , If721ic. ? SHEEP PELTS Green salted , each , ISt ? "Be ; green salted shearings ( short wooied early skins ) , each , 15c ; dry shearings ( short woolcd early skins ) , No. 1 , each , Gc ; dry Hint , Kansas and Nebraska butcher tvno,1 sells , per Ib. , actual weight , 4StBc , dry flint. Kansas and Nebraska murrain wool pelts , per Ib. , actual weight. Scrflc ; dry flint , Colorado rado butcher wool pelts , per Ib. , actual weight. 4ft5c ; dry flint , Colorado murrain wool pelts , per Ib. , actual weight , 3U4c. St. IntilN MnrUet. ST. LOUIS. Nov. 1. FLOUR Very little business passing nnd market dull and easy ; patents. J3.GOfM.75 ; straights , J3.35ff3.43 ( ; clear , J2.9M/3.10 : low tn medium. J2.00i)2.7n. | ) Hyo ( lour , jobbing , $3.00 in sacks nnd $3.20 pur bbl. ; buckwheat Hour , western , pure , $1.00 per bbl. ; eastern , J4.50. \\HEAT-Lowcr nnd weak ; No. 2 red cash , elevator , GDV c ; track , K9 fi-Sc ; Novem ber , G9 ? > c ; December , CD a-SSJGMijc : May , C9 G-SP ; No. 2 hard cash , G5fiG5 3-Su. OATS Firm but slow ; No. 2 cash , 2Gc ; track , a7c ; December , 25c bid ; May , 234c ; No. 2 white , 29if(30c. ( HYE-Hlghcr at 52c. SEEDS Flaxsced , higher at J1.01U ; prime tlmothv seed , nominally at J2.SO. WHISKY Steady at J1.23. CORNMEAI Quiet at Jl.60ffl.65. nuAN gn i-t , > . - . k , B3c. HAY Steady ; timothy , JO.OOQ9.00 ; prairie , JG.OOffl7.50. . , UUTTER Steady ; creamery , ! 9 23'/4c ' ; dairy. lGu21c. EGGS-Hlgher at IBc. GAJH'3 Ducks , Mallard , undrawn , J3.00 per doz. ; drawn , J2.75 ; redhead. J3.50 ; canvasback vas-back , JG.OO : bluo-wlnjr teal , J2.00 ; green- wing teal , J1.75 ; wood duck. J2.00 ; mixed , J1.50 ; deer carcasses , lOQllc per pound ; plover , Jl.COin.ll ) per doz. ; young squirrel , Jl.OO : snipe. J1.50 ; rabbits , Jl.0081.10 ; Jack- rabbits. J2.00. COTTON TIES-GSc. ' TWINE-9C. BAGGING Quiet at ifctViC.r , METALS Lend , higher at $3.5o ; spelter , higher at J5.00. PROVISIONS Pork , lower ; standard mops. Job' ' " ? . $7 > f.nr \vf steam , J4.77H ; choice , JI.S2V4. Dry salt $3.75 ; shorts , J3.93. RECEIPTS Flour , 7.000 bbls. : wheat , 119- 000 bu. : corn. 111,000 bu. ; oats , 13.WO bu. SHIPMENTS Flour , 10,000 bbls. ; wheat , 110,000 bu. ; corn , 130,000 bu. ; oats , 38,000 bu. Ilnltlinore. MarUet. BALTIMORE. Nov. ] . FLOUR Dull and unchanged ; receipts , 23,233 bbls. ; exports , 1.4S9 bbln. WHEAT Firm ; spot , 71 5-Sc ; receipts , 98,022 bu. ; exports , 155.000 bu , ; southern OATS Firm ; No. 2 white , 29JJ30c ; receipts , 20.irrJ u. : exports. 33,242 bu. KY13 Firmer : No. 2 western , Si c ; rc- colnts. 7.372 bu. IUJTTEH Steady and unchanged. KOOS Firm and unchanged. CHEESE Sternly and unchanged. Crnlii HeeelptH nt Principal Market * . MINNEAPOLIS , Nov. 1. Receipts : Wheat , 527 cars. ST. LOUIS .Nov. 1. Receipts : Wheat , 157 CHICAGO , Nov. 1. Receipts today : Wheat , 175 cars ; corn , 501 cars ; oats , 310 cars. Estimated cars for tomorrow : Wheat , 350 ; corn , 310 : oats , 240. DULUTH , Nov. 1. Receipts : Wheat , 1,193 Receipts at Primary Markets : Wheat , S5S.072 bushels ; corn , C01.WU bushels ; oats , KANSAS 'CITY , Nov. 1. Receipts : Wheat , 212 cars. rineliinntl Market. CINCINNATI , Nov. 1. FLOUR-Qulet and steady. WHEAT Steady : No. 2 red , GSc. CORN Firm ; No. 2 mixed , 33c. OATS Firm ; No. 2 mixed , 27c. H\i : Firm : No. 2 , 05e. PROVISIONS-Lard , easier at $4.70 ; bulk meats , quiet and easy at $3.23 ; bacon , steady at JC.40. KGOS-Ilc. WIHSKY-FIrm at $1.25. Toledo MarUcl. TOLF.UO , Nov. 1. WHEAT Active and weak : No. 2 cash. 70 > ic ; December. 70'.je. COHN Dull and steady ; No. 2 mixed , S3c. OATS Dull and hlKher ; No. 2 mixed. 25c. HYK Dull nnd higher ; No. 2 cash , 53'Ac. C'LOVEHSEED Active and lower ; prime cash , old , SI.73 ; November , new , $1.93. Slock * mill I'rovlxloiiM In Liverpool. LIVERPOOL , Nov. 1. Following- the stocks of brcndstuffs and provisions In Liverpool : Flour , 41.000 sacks , wheat , 3CS- 00) ppulnls ; porn , 49,00 < ) centals ; beef , none ; pork , none ; bacon , lli. OO boxes ; hams , 6,300 boxes ; shoulders , 5.MM boxes ; lard , -15,000 tlerees : cheese , & 3.000 boxes ; butter , 9,100 packages. California Dried Fruit * . , NEW YORK. Nov. 1.-CAL1FORNIA DRIED FRUITS Firm ! evaporated uiinlec , common , "fiSc ; prime wire tray , 7liU"4c- : choice , 7-iiiSe } ; fnncy , SHc ; prunes , 5UW 9V' ; apricots , Royal , llC14c ; Moor Park , 13iil7ipeachep / ; , unpccled , SVJSHe ; peeled , llliSJSc. "Mllivanliee drain l MILAVAUKEE , Nov. l.-AA'HEAT- Hlcher ; No. 1 northern , 6S'ic. ' HYE-Hlgher ; No. 1. B2c. BAHLEY-FIrm ; No. 2 , 4S'-c ; sample. 39 5 ? ISc. " , . , , , . , , , . , , | -\Vlient Mnrkrt. MINNEAPOLIS , Nov. 1. WHEAT Steady ; No. 1 northern. C4 5c. FLOUR First patents , J3.$0 < g3.90 : second patents. J3.65f ( < 3.75 ; first clears , J2.SOQ2.90. URAN-In bulk , JS.DOB9.00. Liverpool ( Jrala .tlnrket. LIVERPOOL. Nov. l.-WHEAT-Steadv , I'iQlH" ! higher ; November. nominal ; December , Cs l 4d : March , Es ll .d. CORN-Steady , Hflsid higher ; November. 3a 103-Sc ; December , 3s 9 7-Sd ; March , 3s i i-Sd. I'll lladeliih In Produce , PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 1.-1JUTTER- St ady : fancy went'rn crenmcry , 23c , west ern creamerv , prime , 24c. ir. . .i . wtstern , 20e. OPIHATH i.\ STOCKS AND IIONDS. TriiKt Sloekn niiKnuc the Prluolpnl Attention on 'ClimiKe. NEW YORK. Nov. 1. The trust stocks continued to absorb n. largo share of atten tion In Wall street today. Thu fluctuations were violent nnd nt times conflicting , hut owing to the predominant Influence of To bacco In this class of securities most of HID group closed the day at net losses. Thu trading in ( ill of tncm was with full mjs- ttry on' nnd theru WUH no conclusive reason known to the puullc either for the curly mivuncu or u subsequent decline. 1'robiiuiy the inherent weakness ot Hugar In view ot the formidable tradu w.ir In pros pect was the root of the difficulty and wiis precipitated by thu fact that the now rtvut companies hud commenced melting Sugar today , lucre has been support ot Sugar , for sevcrul days with the obvious Intunt of aiding the nso In Tobacco and when It proved too heavy today Tobacco took a sudden drop ot over 0 points und fluctuated feverishly for the rest ot the duy. It Is qlillo Jiunsllile Tuuiui'o wns uilowul to fall with n view to shaking oft an Indescribable speculative following , out whatever the ob ject of the movement the price was purely manipulative- under control. The Federal Steel stocks fell oif from the sympathy , but fluctuations In these was much narrowed und the support more substantial. The securl- , lies of the new Standard Distilling coin- puny , the twin company of the American Helming company , were the latest acces sions to the list of so-called trust stocks on the exchange , with an added capitaliza tion of K4WA > ,000 to this class of securities. They rose from 2 to 2'b ' points over the j eaily quotation , but sagged before the closu ' In general heaviness of thu market. The always vulnerable coalers came in for somu severe raps on the ground of the unfavorable - blo beptember statement ! * of Reading and New Jersey Central nnd general depression In the unthruclto trade. Extreme declines ranged from 2 to 3U points in the group , which uncovered stop-loss orders , but which was followed by a rally on cover.ng of shorts. A rise of 1 6-S in Manhattan on talk of new nnd pow erful interests in the company aided the hardening tendency of the market In the lute dealings. ' Changes in the railroad list nre very small us a rule nnd though losses predom inate there is u fair sprinkling of gains. 1 Norfolk A : Western preferred is a conspicu ous example on Its strong September state ment , showing last year's high level of earnings well maintained. There was not lacking a feeling of uneasiness over the threatening portents on the European po litical horizon , reflecting the spasmodic rlso of the Liverpool wiieat market in the absence of trading on the London and Paris stock exchanges. Railroad stocks as a whole , however , showed themselves re markably llttlo affected either by this or the weakness In the specialties. Thcro was more activity shown in railroad bonds than In stocks and though prices us a rule were easier there were exceptions on the side of gains. Totul sales , $2,110,000. United States 3s , registered , and the old 4s , recls- tcred , advanced 1-8 In the bid price. The 3x , coupon , sold as high as 103 G-S Inter- tst , which Is equivalent to the bust pre ceding price with the Interest on. The Evening Post's London financial ca blegram says : Today's discount market was firm , wholly on political grounds. There was no stock market today here OP In Paris ; the Berlin bourse was , however , open , and wns reported tlrm. Tomorrow ] the fortnightly settlement In consols be gins and it Is anxiously awaited because It is believed that the- future policy of the Bank of England borrowing from the open , market may then bo Indicated. The following are the iiubm quotations of the leading stocks on the New York market today ; Alctilson )2'ii ' < lw fil -U do ofd 3o"i , do Sml pM " 91 * lUltlmoni & Ohio. . 4IU St. U , .t S. W S'J Canada P.vlflc . . . . Sl'A ' do t > td IS' ' * Canarta Southern . . . V5 , St. Paul lOO'.fc Central I'aclllo . . . . 25 clo pM ICOli rhcsaoenko & Ohio. 21'St. . P. & Oni S1H Chi. & Alton r.2Vjl do nf. ' , 161U r. , U. & Q 115 % St. P. M. & M..1C7 C. & 13. Ill M .uo. Pacific 22 rk > DM M5 , So. Hallw v S % Chi. G. AV 13T' | ilo flfd 14 > i C. , Ind. & L 7',4 ' TPXIIS Pacific 8 do nfd 25 .Union 1'ncltlc 3n ; C. l& N. W .131UI lo DM C3li do rifd 17.V.4 TT. p. D. &G Cli r1. . C. . f * . & St. 1. . . W AVnbnsh 7U do pfd S4 I lo i > M I9U Pel. & Hit "ion ! " 'i Wheel. & L , . E 3 . . UV 110 I do jifil IG'i Den. & Iln ! ' " . . . . . 121i Adams Kxp 110 do nfl BS 'American Ex 137 ' Total sales of stocks today wore 33S.5PO shares. Including : Atchlson preferred , 7,853 ; Burlington , 7,233 ; Manhattan , 10,032 ; Delu- ware & Hudson , 2,522 ; Louisville & Nash ville , 9,515 ; Union Pacific preferred , 3,732 ; Hawaiian Cable preferred , 3 , 00 ; Northern Pacllic , 5.2.1S ; St. Paul , 11,385 : American Cot ton Oil , 12.300 ; Tobacco , 84,120 ; Sugar , 47,200 ; Chicago Great Western , 3,420. N * w York Money Market. NEW YORK , Nov. 1. MONEY ON CALL Nominally. l'02 < per cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-3U ® 414 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE-FIrm , with actual business In bankers' bills ut $4.S51.Ji 4.S531 for demand , and $4.S2'.i for sixty days ; posted rates , 14.S31TI.S3H' . and $ l,8Cf/4.S7j commercial bills. $4.SlffJ4.&lVi. SILVER CERTIFICATES 61QC2C. BAR SlLVEH-Glftc. MEXICAN DOLLARS 47c. GOVERNMENT BONDS-Steady ; 3s. ex- Interest , lOSVi : new 4s , reg. , 126 ; coupon , ox-Interest. 12G',4 : 4 ? , reg. , HOTi ; coupon , 111 ? * ! 2s , ! > &H ; lis , rcg. , lll'i : coupon , ex- Interest , 111 ? * ; Pacllic 6s of ' 93 , 102V-i. Closing quotations on bonds wera as fol lows U.S. now 3 . lll.UU. , . P. 4i U. S. new4B. ree . . .lZ7it.V. ! J. C. s . U. ? . do coup . l7tN. ! | C. BH . 12'J TI. S. 4s , ret . 111HIK. C. 4s' . 1(14 U. S. docoup . 11VH No- Pacific 18IS..117U U. S.Jdb , ri'ff . nyif No. I'.ielno .In . MS" * U. S. 6 , rer . 11S > $ No. Vnclflo 4 . lOOl ! u. s. r.s.ooim . IIHH N.Y. r.jtst. L. 4s. .11141 , DlHtrlot U. lifts . 1 1 7h N. & . W. ( Is . U'3 Ala. , class A . 108 | N. W. Consols . 14'JS Ala. , class li los N.W. D b. r us Ala , , clans O 100 ( rti. N. iHtu 114 Ala. . Currency 100 Oro. N. 4s AtchlKon 4 ! M"iO. S. L. Us t. r . _ . Do. adj. 4 mWiO , S. L. 5s t. r 1U7H Canailn So.Jiln HIUUI Pucltlp OH of U.I 10214 Clil. Terms. , 4s OOU Keaillnr4H ! C. AO. fis 1H 4 U. O. W. l"t . - , O. 11. .V D. " St. I , . A. I. M. eon A KM D , A U. R. Ists 1071.'St. ' J , . A.S. Ffen. ! . G.12UK I ) , i. K. O. 48 97 < St. 1' . TonxolH 15fl' KiiHt Tenn. l8ts i. 1" . C. A P. Ints. . l KrloOcn. 4b VlH < Bt. P. C.tl'.Ss 118Vi K. W. A D. iRts. t. r. 70 So. Uy.fis OHI- , Ucn. KlKC-Os lO-h S. R. XT.IIs 77 i ( i. H. AS. A. OR 10.1 Teim. new net 3 . . . ( II O. H. AS.A. L'ds. . . 10' ' T. P. IG. ihU " ' ' " 107VJ II. A.T. Cent , fn lll * iT. P. fig. > ri ; . . . . . 4'iij H. XT. O. con. Us. . . lioi j U.P.D..VR. IBIS. . HH lowaU.Istii 114 iWati. ! Ul S * HUj La. NcwCon. 4S..101 jXVab M < t SlllJ L.&N Unl. 4 H0) | I W. Shore 48 11IV * MlKHonrl OH 100 Va. Centuries 7lJi ! M. K. A.T. 2dn. . . . IIl ! ( Vii- ( inferred 7 M. K. AT. 4 ! KI Wl . Cent , lau 00 N. Y.C.l _ ts 117H lloMton Stoek ( liiolnl IOIIK. BOSTON , Nov. 1. Call loans , 2fi3 per cent ; time loans , 2401 per cent. Closlns quotations on Hiocitb , bumla and imiinitr sharta : A. . T. & S. T I" * . (1.-I1. Klec. uM . . . ,17t Am. Sunar 11J' > AtchUun pM Mr'i do ufj lOMj AtcliFun H Ul Hav Stale Oas IS Gen. Klec. Sa 1U ? lii'.l Telephone 5WVU. . CVniral Is. . . . 6) llostoii .t Albany. . . ! * . lAllouez Mlnlnu Co. . OU , llostr-n & Maine Iftl Atlnn.tlo Ci'.a C. , II. & 0 HS'i lloston & Mont 1STU Kltchburc f 1 44 Ilutle & lirMtnn. . . . t 'i Uon. Kluclrlo > H3 Calum' < t Ilecla..K > * Mexican Central . . . 5 Ccntenolal J6i Hubhr 41 1'ranklln li - Union Pacltlo 3lti OM Uumlnlon S ! AVrat liml S7U Ojceota 70 do pfd 1(0 ( Quliicy 1 4 Wemlnsh. URv 33ij Tumamck 1774 du ofd 57 Wolvw'na I2ii Ilautt.n Kl Ti ) rarrott B4. Uleo. Tel. SX > Huniboldt ! , Treninrv Sin lenient of IMilillc lrbt . WASIUNOTON , Nov. 1. The treasury Ktatemcnt of the public debts shows that nt ths close of business Octob' ' r 31 , 1S9 * , the debt , Icsa net ra h In the treaHury , ( imountid to IM10.9tiii.Oi2 , an Increase for the month of J13,157,717. This Increase is ncconnted for by the Iraiio during th month of nbout p,6SO,000 ) of the now 3 per cent bo nil a nnd a decrease of about t'.Z.IS.OOO In the cash on hand. The entire amount of the now loan PO far token tip In thu monthly statement In J179,3M,180. The debt In recapitulated as follow * ; Interest bearing debt , llK6,7C8,9CO ; dbt on which Interest has ceased since maturity. S1,2I6S70 ; debt bearing no Interest , $383,191 , * S67 : total , 11,111,203,1117. This amount , however , does not Include $533,1)31,9.1.1 ) In certificates nnd treasury notfg ottlstandlng , which are affect by nn equal nmount of cash In the treasury held for their redemption. The cash in the treasury Is classified as > follows : Gold. $273,224,071 : Bllver , $305,927,773 : prper , $5J,62D,237 ; bonds , deposits In national banks , disbursing1 officers' balance ? , etc. , Wi,5fiG,313 ; total. $933,249,397 , against which thcro arc liabilities outstanding amounting to $633,011,122 , Icuvlup a net cash balance In the treasury of $300,238,275. Sun I < "rnneleo .lllnlnir Unotntloni. SAN KHANCISCO , Nov. 1. The. clns'n ? quotations for in I ill up stocks today were as follows' Silver bars , 60ic ; Mexican dollars , 47'i ® 47 ic. Drafts , sight , 17V , : ; telegraph , 2Uu. York MlnlllK Qunlntlon * . NEW YORK , Nov. 1. The following are. the closing quotations on mining Btock ! Choler 10 Ontario svi Crown 1'o'nt ID 50 Con. Oil. & Va. . . S3 Plymouth 8 Deartwoocl 45 Quicksilver in noiiid & CHITV IS do pfd vw Hnl < " & Nmx'ross . . . S3 Rlctra Nevada til Homcs'nUe sow Stondant ir , Iron Silver Cfi T'nlon Con is Maxlcnn 15 Yellow Jacket 15 I'lnanclnl No < c' . OMAHA , Nov. 1. Clearings today at the banns were J1.510.4S4.93 ; balances , $121,08.10. Ono year ago clearings wcro J1OOS,7S3.SO ; balances. $100,932.03. Increase In clearings , J301.C91.13. CINCINNATI , Nov. 1. Money , 2K.fi6 per cent ; New York exchange , 15o premium ; clenrlims , J2.0I9.330. CHICAGO , Nov. ] . Stocks wcro active ; Alley L , 74 : Biscuit , 33 ; Biscuit preferred , 9 < ; Diamond Match , 139 ; North Chicago , 223 ; Strawboard , 33V& ! West Chicago. 93 7-S , ; clearings , J20,30I,01G : balances , Jl.938,933 ; New York exchange , par ; sterling exehance , posted , J 1.835 ! l.sr.u , : nctual , J4.S25J4.S3 7-S ; sixty days , J4.81 < , if4.Sl' , . ST. LOUIS. Nov. 1. Clearings , J1,522S2G ; balances , J3G5,91S ; money , steady at 5trS per cent ; rxrhnngo on New York , 40o discount bid. 20o asked. BALTIMORE. Nov. l.-Clcarlngs , Jl.GSO- CS7 : balances , J717.453. NEW YORK , Nov. l.-ClearlnffS , J1S3- 529.823 : balances. J10.H9.12S. BOSTON , Nov. 1. Clearings , J2S,923,12S ; balances , J3.525S'20. 'PHILADELPHIA. Nov. l.-Clearlngs , $13,901,543 ; balances , $1.011,474. ForelRii LONDON , Nov. 1. Today la a holiday on the Stock exchange ; money , 303'i ' per cent. Ihe rate of discount 4n the open market for both short and three months' bills 'Is 3 5-SO31 ! , tier cent. Gold Is quoted at Buenos Ayres today at 114.50 ; at Lisbon , 50.50 ; Mud- rid , 49 ; Rome , 108.22 ; American eagles , 7Gs 6'Xid. Gold ut Rome , after opening at 118.02 , advanced to 115.87. The amount of bullion gone Into the Bank of England on balance today , 7,000. Bar sliver uncertain at 2S 5-16d. BERLIN , Nov. l.-The dealings In Inter national securities were restricted on the bourse today. Americans wcro dull and bank shares were well supported , notably so In the case of Dlsconto Gescllachaft , which advanced on a rumor that the insti tution Is about to make an advance of money to the Argentine Republic on the basis of alcohol monopoly. Exchange on London , 20 marks 47 pfgs. for checks. PARIS , Nov. 1. Today Is a holiday on the bourso. ColTva Mnrlcet. NEW YORK , NOV. 1. COFKEE-Optlons opened steady nt 5 'points advance : ruled moderately active' with little further change ; showed fairly steady undertone following Hamburg-ami Rio advance , small receipts nt Rio and Santos , larger ware house deliveries In this country and steadier spot market , causing lo'cal covering with * out Increasing opaculatlve or Investment Interests ; closed steady with prices un changed to 5 points , higher ; sales , 11,000 bags. Including March at J5.50. Spot , Rio , steady ; No. 7 , Invoice , 5 7-Sc. Mild , steady. Oil M.lrUcl. OIL CITY , Pa. , Nov. 1. Credit balances , J1.1S ; certificates closed with cash offered at Jl.lS',4 ' ; no sales or bids during the day ; shipments. 70.3SS bbls. ; runs , 57.827 bbls. WILMINGTON , N. C. . Nov. l.-OIL Spirits of turpentine and rosin , nothing doing ; crude turpentine , llrm at J1.25H1.90. Tar , llrm at $1.15. SAVANNAH , Ga. , Nov. 1. OIL Spirits of turpentine , firm at 3IVic. Rosin , tlrm. Quote closing : A , B , C , D , $1.00 ; E , J1.03 ; F. $1.25 ; G , J1.25 ; H , I. J1.10 ; K , J1.43 ; M , J1.55 ; N , $1.75 ; W G , $2.10 ; W W , $2.10. Xt'W York Ilry ( iunilN Market. NEW YORK , Nov. 1 , The dry goods market was rather quiet today with a fair number of buyers seeking goods. The homo buyers have not changed their pur chasing policy , but their actual require ments nro enough to ensure n steady de mand for cotton goods for prompt delivery of fair proportions. Staple cottons are still slow and without new features. Printed fabrics were in moderate request. Print cloths show no change , with regulars quoted at 2c , Sup-fir Inrki't. NEW ORLEANS , Nov. 1. SUGAR Steady : centrifugal , 313-lGJtS 13-16c ; cen trifugal granulated , 4 7-lGfT4 ? 9-lGc ; white , 4Hfi49-lGc ; yellow , 3 15-1G03 7-lCc ; seconds , 27-8f)33-8c. ) MOLASSES-Strong ; open kettle , S3Q3Sc ; centrifugal , 12 < 024e ; syrup , 31&37c. NEW YORK , Nov. 1. SUGAR Raw , strong : held higher ; fair refining , 313-16c ; centrifugal , 96 test , 4 5-lGc ; molasses sugar , 39-lGc ; rclined lirm. Strlku in Avorleil. JOLIET , 111. , Nov. 1. Threatened strike of the galvanlzers of the American Steel nnd Wlro company , which Involved 3.000 em ployes , Is off. The reduction that was to have taken place today has been averted. The men notified the company that they would not accept , declaring that Governor Tanner's action In the mining districts In using the state troops to keep out Imported labor had ret a precedent that would prevent the repe tition In Illinois of the Importations of labor , said to have been practiced at the company's Ohio and Indiana plants. In addition , local political conditions nro Bald to have cut a figure. It Is also said that Governor Tan ner's aid was Invoked to Influence Colonel Gates , Colonel Lambert and Colonel Elwood , the three big wire and steel magnates , all of whom are on Governor Tanner's staff. ] . 'cvi > r Ilplilpnilc nt .MontiTi-y. LAREDO , Tex. , Nov. 1. Mexican ofllclnls report four deaths from yell > w fever lu Monterey Sunday. Entire families are known to be stricken. Reliable information Is to the effect that the business In that city Is paralyzed. THIS HUAI.TY MAIIItirr. INSTRUMENTS placed on record Tuesday , November 1 , 1SOS : Warranty Ili-od * . . J. AV. Stone and wife to E. V. Morearty , lot 2 , block 11 , Shull's 2d add $ 2,000 Edward Richelieu unit wife to S. L. Calhoun et al , lot 1 , block 11 , Bed ford Place i G. II. Payne , trustee , to II. C. Pearse , lot G. block 5 , Urnmmercy park 1 John Kostal to Barbara Kostal , lots 3 and 4. block 110 , South Omaha 1,000 Jane Cassldy to John Benson , lot 12 , block 9. Patrick's 2d add 400 Clara Cook and husband to W. D. Klerstend , lots 1 to 7. block 4 , Smith- Held add k50 A. F. Moore , trustee , to Michigan Mu tual Life Insurance Co. , w 33 1-3 feet lot 20to nnd o 33 1-3 feet of w Cfi 2-3 feet lot 20',7. and o 33 1-3 feet of w 100 feet lot 2IA4 , Mlllard & C'H fldd. . 4,873 AVilllam Frlcklo and wife to C. Herpst , lot 3 , block 13 , Jotter's 1st add. . . . . 800 C. M. Rylander and wife to A 8. An derson , lot 10 , Cnln Place l J. A. Bent to P. J. Persons ut al , n 50 feet lots 13 and II , block 1. Jetter's add 830 < iult Claim llocilH. C. E. Morln and wife to R. ICeppler , w U of tax lot 8. In 10-15-13 1 U TIH. Sheriff to Frank Thompson wxccutor , ft al , lots l to 5 , block 3 , Union Place 503 Sheriff to Michigan Mutual Llfo In- Muranro Co , , lot ti , block 1 , Ilrennam Place ! , ? < ) Total amount of transfers , . , , OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET Stiff Kun of Stuff Proves Too Much for Unstable Prices , WEAKNESS IN COMMON CATTLE AND HOGS Xo Very MnrUril HoiTennc In but Only ( lie Ilrnt llrliiun Steady the Oilier Sorts CiolimrVonk to Shnilc SOUTH OMAHA , Nov. 1. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Receipts today 7,211 7 , I4 3.17S oniclal Monday 3.K57 2.791 (1,219 ( Two days this week..10,833 10,40 < 9,397 Home days last week..10,417 s.sno 11 , W7 Same days week before. . 1,1,291 H.93S 17.M5 Sumo three weeks ago..13,217 11,811 1IS07 , The olllclal nuntopr ot cars of brought In today by each road watt : Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. U'r's. c. , jr. & st. P. hy. . y o. & St. L. Hy Missouri Pacllic Hy. . a 2 . . Union Pacllic System.117 li 5 u C. .t N. W. Hy K. , E. & M. V. R. R. 42 35 U C. , St P. , M & O. Hy. : i . H. & M. H. R. R. . . SU 2. . 2 C. , H. fi : Q. Hy U K. C. & St. J 1 C. , H. 1. & P. Hy. , e. . . 2 C. , R. I. & P. Ry. , W. - H Total receipts 257 ll'J ' 13 0 The disposition of the day'H receipts was as follows , each buyer purchasing the number of head Indicated : Uuyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Unuina Packing Co 13f Wl G. H. Hiimmoml Co 139 1,31 21i Swift and Company 412 1,729 413 Cudnhy Pack.tig Co ! > S9 1.071 665 H. Heuker & iJegan 455 . . . . . Armour & Co 322 2,27 210 Vunsant & Co lit ! J. L. Carey 17 Lobman & Co V.V ) W. 1. Stephens C2s llenton & Umlcrwood. . . 272 Huston & Co 235 Hill & Huntzinger 270 Livingston & Scnaler. . . . Ill Hamilton & R to3 McCreary 32 $ Other buyers 600 2-OS Left o\cr 2,5i ) 100 300 Totals 7,925 7,721 3,903 CATTLE Today's receipts of cattle were the heaviest slnco Tuesday of last week , but , notwithstanding the large number of cattle In the yards , there wns almost no beef , at least very littlethnt was of any conscqjence. There were a few loads of cornfcd cattle , for the most part light stuff , and not of a kind or finality calculated to attract buyers. Some of the cornfeds sold at J1.55. and some were not good enough to bring oven that price. In spitu of the fact that the cattle were not attractive , they sold , as a rule , in fair season , and It is safe to say that the. market Is In a little better condition than at the close of last week. Grass beef wan In good request at steady prices , some sales being reported at $1.15 and J1.30. Cow and heifers were only In moderate supply and killing siulf brought just about steady prices. While the market was by no means active , the offerings sold reasonably well , nnd the most of the cattle changed hands before midday. The feeder buyers were pretty good buyers of anything in the way of hclferlsh stuff that would do for their purpose and that helped to clear the yards of she stuff. The supply of Mockers and feeders was again heavy , a very large proport.on of all the cattle hero coming under that head. It was a noticeable tact , however , that there was no surplus of right good kinds , the most of the cattle being only fair , with a large sprinkling of common stulf. Ihere was no reason why buyers should pay very strong prices , with liberal receipts In sight and the prospect of a large run next aay , while the country demand was apparently no larger than usual of late , and they did not.rlho most desirable kinds were proo- nbly steady , but the market on the general run was Inclined toward slowness and wan , to say the least , weak. Representative STEERS. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. 7..12'J2J100 L.1530 ? ! 20 41..1011 $153 . .137fl 420 25..1320 4 20 5..1114 4 63 2. . 1520 4 20 0..1000 4 20 45..11SO 4 70 1..12SO 4 20 17..1075 4 45 37..1324 4 SO COWS. 10. . SSO 22 7..102S 300 1..1270 310 1..5GO 225 1..1130 3 00 2. . MO 310 1..10SO 2 Go 1..1010 3 00 6..100S 3 15 1..11CO 270 1C. . 737 3 00 4. . S95 325 1. . 870 275 1..10RO 3 00 3 , .984 320 1. . 720 275 2..1105 3 10 3..119S 320 2. . 930 275 1..1240 3 10 1. . b''O 330 1..1070 2 85 5..10S2 3 10 COWS AND HEIFERS. 20. . 872 3 30 HEIFERS. S20 300 3. . S60 3 30 1..1100 350 G2G 3 10 1. . HO 3 40 4. . 432 3 50 750 7. . 728 3 40 12. S8S 3 S3 HULLS. 1..1440 3 40 CALVES. L. 350 4 00 1. . 110 0 50 S'JOl'lCEHS AND FEEDERS. G7. . 781 1ft 17. . 721 S5 21. . so ; 3 ! > 0 20. . 754 3 10 5. . CIO 3 S3 10..1IS6 3 95 L. 310 3 75 WESTERNS. 20 feeders. SCO $4 50 NEBRASKA. 31 feeders. 921 4 15 B steers..1060 4 : ,0 8 feeders. 652 4 10 1 steers..1250 3 75 1 feeder. . 540 3 73 CO calves. . . 297 1 55 69 feeders. 844 3 CO 26 COWS 821 2 40 CO feeders. 8G9 3 00 25 cows 93G 3 10 11 luedert ) . . s > ' .o 3 to ti u iji's. . G feeders. . SCI 300 1 bull..1400 . 2 CO 31 feeders. . 8.S3 4(0 2 bulls 1275 2 CO 2 bulls 1475 2 40 3 steers..1170 3 75 2 cows 1093 250 3 heifers..1250 3 S3 2 cows 1100 250 55 feeders..10 8 3 DO 2 feeders. . 93fl 3 10 29 feeders. . 777 4 25 20 feeders. . 951 335 1 steer 11 BO 4 : ; 2 cows.-.1110 340 30 steers..1323 4 30 WYOMING. 1 bull 1410 2 CO 1 bull 1070 2 GO 4 cows 1013 3 15 2 cows IISS 3 15 3 cows 1143 315 13 steers..1176 4 0) * R. Whlttakor. 1 bull 1350 2 53 1 steer 1010 3 00 7 cows 812 2 S5 16 cows 915 3 15 SOUTH DAKOTA. 42 steers..10G6 3 35 31 steers..10CR 3 33 Ibull 1530 2 25 ! i feeders. . 840 3 33 1 stag ISM ) 2 73 33 feeders. . 921 3 S5 C feeders. . 7C8 3 Ot > 1C feeders..1U1S 3 S5 7 cows Pfil 3 25 6 steers..l'M3 3 93 3 feeders. . 890 3 23 MONTANA. 2 steers..IOCS 1 oft 22 bulls 1IC3 2 50 45 feeders ! ! lOHl : 3 SO S cows. " 910 2 73 I feeders. , 87 3 SC > 1 stag. . . .1290 3 00 2r feeders. . S71 : i w 17 cows. . .1172 3 15 fi steers..121S 3 90 4S cows 874 325 3 feeders. . 1233 3 SO 47 cows SSI 323 B steers..110 3 SO 93 feeders. . 63G 3 es 2.steers..1010 3 90 19 feeders. . C11 3 03 I steers..1152 3 ! ) 27 feeders..1119 3 80 23 steers.138U 3 95 49 feeders..1011 3 80 llarrard i Spear. 5 ( ! steers..1295 4 15 r,2tUcers..l309 , I 13 47 steers. . . . 127S 4 15 55 steers..1297 4 13 OREGON. 2 steers. . . . 975 3 00 HOGS Today's hog receipts were the heaviest of any day since Thursday of last week , which was something of a bear lac- tor , and when advices from Chicago and Kn.is.is City indicated lower prices at those points the pressuie was stillicknt to weaken the market here. At the opening , however. .1 few loads sold ut very , IOPP to steady prices , mat Is , at J3.tiVfi3.C3 , the medium weights brlng.ng J3.551Q35f'and ' a few light at $ ! .5tXi3.fa5. Those prices were it short duration , and the market was very soon a shade lower , in fact it weakened EO noon that n good many culled the opening n shndo lower. Uuyers were then offering $ ' ! .BOf73.521 ; > for most everything , but were i apparently in no hurry to fill orders , as trains came In heavier than reported , nnd the- feeling seemed to bo that they could get the hogs still lower by waiting. Tim rpsult was that the market wuu not particularly active , but on the contrary Inclined to drag , us sellers could not see matters In Jiiht the same light as buyers. The market closed n big Ic lower , $1.60 being practically the outsldo price on good loads. While , us noted above , the trade was at no time very active , the IIOSH kept moving toward the scales , and about everything was sold xome timu before midday. Representative sales : No. Av. Ell. i r. No. Av. Sh. Pr. 71 237 160 3 4 > CO. 201 iO 3 52'X- 15 39.J 8' ' > 3 45 74 21 * 17-1 3 32 < 4 42 37 ! ) ' 69. 284 ICO 3.Zi . .21U 320 i 4i',5 50. 2S2 40 3S..i . .230 ICO 360 ( .r 317 ICO .1 Ofa . .303 3 60 r. 32S 120 3 fiSVi . .356 360 SS 223 ' . ' 00 . .2M 120 3 60 85 215 240 . .311 80 3 60 49 _ _ . . . . ' 2ST 110 . .314 2M 3 60 K.mm ( 40 : : v > - , .312 10 3 60 ( H . 210) 210 8 2 . .339 3 50 * . _ . . . . .2fu so 3 K 63. , .330 J20 350 na . m KM .1 46. . .307 SO 3 60 7. . , . . . . ' 7 * 120 66. . .278 . . . 3 60 K.,27K 55 318 ItfO 360 75 'J54 Iffi ) 3XS 61 280 40 3 M lh , ts . . . 3 .ns 10 310 2SO 3 60 XS. 23C Ml 64 231 SO 360 EV 255 MlHI . : > > SOw 73 /r : w 3 SO * ; ? . . .so &D I 5i co ss ; 3 50 7 ! _ SM 240 i 55 ' ' " ' iw 360 260 110 3 K M.231 ! 80 3 50 12 253 10 3 55 C9 311 3 W 10 153 355 Ul 2. ' $ 3 & CO SKI 120 .1 53 S5 2-.G 200 S fO 70i..271 160 355 711 SU so u n tfj rji J3J79 80 3 53 M ) t ui 62 2S2 365 77.217 M 360 73 243 iil ) 3K 17. 317 8A uc-vi ffi .TG 353 80 35s M 320 ICO was In very fair condition. That Is the dennnd was good on the part of local kill- ore , and Iho most of the offering * * changed hands In good season. The market , however - over , Is Just about 15c lower than last week on mnttun grades. Thn demand for feeders Is good and the market on that kind HO far has shown little or no change as regards values. Quotation * are : Good grass westerns , J4.KX54.30 ; choice yearlings , * 4.25'a4.40 ; frtlr to good yearlings , S4.1&fH.30 ; fair to good Krass westerns , $1.0C f4.10 : good to choice lambs , $5.161/5.30 ; fair to good lambs. JI.IKMr B.OO ; feeder withers , 2-year-olds and over , $3.Soff4.00 : feeder yearlings. $4.0ftii'4.25 ; feeder lambs , mOTM.S ; ; cull sheep , $2.5Vfr3.00 ( ; cull ' "mbs , JJ.OO'ql.2o. Representative sales : No. Av. Pr. iu California wethers 115 M u 197 owfa 102 390 52 western wethers C2 I W 65 western wethers f,2 4 90 2S1 iambs Gii 323 309 lambs ; 72 3 23 103 lambs 73 523 123 lambs C9 52.1 15 lambs 7. ! 52) 120 lambs , (17 5 23 81 lambs 72 6 25 1'H ' lambs 74 525 210 California wothcrs 113 3 C5 23S lambs , feeders 50 4 70 121 lambs , fodders HI > 7ft 1C7 native y'r'gs and ewes , mlxrd. 93 4 15 1G3 native y'r'gs and cwe. , mixed. S3 4 13 SS native lambs OS 483 CHICAGO IIVK .STOCK MAHKT.T. Simill Supply of Cuttle CinrN lit Sternly CHICAGO , Nov. l.-CATTLE-The small supply of entile tud.iy WUB disposed of at steady prices ; choice steers , $5.iSiJ5.70 ; mp- dlum , $1.70i 1.83 ; brpf Etccrs , $ l.00jri.65 ; stockers unu feeders , $1.0084.70 ; bulls , $2.23 ( JTI.15 ; cows and heifers , $3.307(1.20 ( ; cnlvus , $ , ! .255'7.00 : western rangers , $2.53TI.55 ( ; wr.st- crn fi.cdliig steers , $ ! .MXtj6.if , Texas grass steers , $3.16fJ4.30. HOGS \\ith a largo numbpr of bogs left over , the supply was greater than the de- mum ! ind prices suliercd a decline of 2',4 t1 . " v * -J at weak prices - ; "inferior"to ciiblci ? Tots. ' $2.23 (54.50 ( ; muttons. $1.25 4.10 ; common to choice lambs. $3.75 5.65 ; feeding lambs $4.7if5.10. ? RECElPTS-Cattle. 4.600 head ; hogs , 2)i,000 ) head ; sheep , 15,000 head. KnnniiK City l.lvc Stnc < . ' . KANSAS CITY Nov. . , l.-CATTLE-Re- celpts , 15,510 natives , 1.3S5 Tcxans ; dressed beef steers , good butcher stock , good na tlvo and choice feeders steady ; common slaughtering and feeding cattle , slow and lower ; no choice heavy steers offered : me dium , $4.S5fI5.15 ( ; light steers. $ UOfi5.15 ; stockers and feeders , $3.00 31.50 ; butcher cows and heifers , $2.6004.40 ; western steers. $2.9034.75 ; Texas steers. $3.0033.50 ; Texas butcher cows , $2.C01i3.W ; canning stock , $1.7532.55. HOGS Receipts , 15,200 head ; choloc heavy hogs In good demand ; steady jirlcps ; com mon kinds large supply and 5c lower ; heuv- les. $3.553.65 ; mixed , $3.5CVij3.CO ; lights , $3.40 < g3.63. SHEEP Receipts , 4,900 bend ; light sup ply , mostly westerns of inferior quality ; trading slow at steady to a shade lower prices ; western lambs , $5.00fi5.25 : western muttons , $4.10ji4.25 ; western feeding lambs. $1.23574.60 ; western feeding shrep , $3.755/1.00 ; stock ewes , $3.754,25. ST. LOUIS , Nov. l.-CATTLE Receipts , 6,200 head , Including 2,000 Texuns ; ship ments , 200 head ; market steady to strong ; fair to fancy natlvo and export > tetrs , $1.20 R5.50 ; bulk of sales , $ l.50/g3.25 ; dress'd beef and butcher steers , $4.15(34.85 ( ; bulk of pales , M. f4.7P"tpprs I'nder 1,000 Ibs , , $3.50f/4.75 ; bulk of sales , $3.60 4.40 ; stoekcra und feed- vrs , $2.50Ti4.50 ; bufk of sales , $3.20W1.00 ; tows nnd hPlfers , $2.00'ij 1.40 ; bulk of sales , $2 25 3.75 : Texns and Indian steers , $2.75Ti | 4.00 ; bulk of sale ? , $3.1533.75 ; cows and heifers. $2.00fi3.10. HOGS Receipts , 9,200 head ; shipments , 600 head ; market 5c lower : yorkers , $1.43 ( & " . 0 ; packers , $ .1.55fi3.70 ; butclifcrs , $3.70jj 3SO. 3SO.SHEEP SHEEP Rfceipts , 4,200 head ; shipments , 200 head : murk t a shade lower ; native muttons , J3.75 4.75 : culls und buck ? . $1.50fl 3.25 ; stockers , $2.5053.50 ; lambs , $4.5006.00. \eiv York l.lve StoeU. NEW YORK , Nov. 1. BEEVES He- cplnts , nonp ; feellncr steady ; cables un * changed : oxixirts , 691 cattlp and 2.6CO quar ters of beof. CALVES Rpp lnts. ICO head ; market quiet : veals , J3 OOJ7.75. SHEEP AND LAJinS Receipts. 1,008 hoid ; market barely steady ; lambs , llrm for choice grades : sheep , medium to prime , Sl.15fl'4.70 : selected wethers , $3.00 ; lambs , fn'r to choice , $5.35fi3.80. HOGS Receipts , 622 head ; firm at $3.751 ? 3.95. St. Jonriili I.lvo Slnok. ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 1. ( Spec-lal.-CAT- ) TLE Receipts , l.COO head ; market fairly active and sli-ady ; nothing choice offered : natives. Jl. frG.Oii ; Texans and westerns , J.1.0W4.S3 ; COWB and heifers , J1.C5&4.20 ; stocknrs and feeders , J3.0oS(4.2ii. ( HOGS Receipts , 3,700 head : market avor- np-cil rf lower , Belling at J3.43S3.GO ; hulk , J3.5V&3.55. ( SHEEP Receipts , SOO head ; market active and strong. S ( < -k lit Slich . Record of receipts of live stock nt the four principal markets for November 1 : Cattle. Hoifs. Sheep. Omaha . . . 7,241 7.CII 3,178 Chicago . 1,50ft 28,000 15IK)0 Kansas City . Ifi.Wi 15,200 4Mft St. Louis . 5,2i ) 9,200 4,200 Totals 3-SGG ! 60,014 27,275 r'liifliiiinil llvo Slof.k. CINCINNATI , Nov. 1. HOGS-Actlve and btronc at J3.10ff3.SO. CATTLE-Stcody at J2.2.r,1T1.73. SHJ3KP Steady at J2.25f4.'ft | ; lambs , dull at $3.7fi(5.IO. ( BIG VEIN OF RICH ORE FOUND Will Turn Out > ? : ! OO ( n ( litTon nnil IN One of tin1 ( irentcNt I < " ) > IIN .llnile on ( InC'onllin'Ml. . SI'OKANi : , Wash. , Xov. 1. A telcphono message from Republic Catnp on the north half of the Colvillo rescrvition says th..t thai miners have cross-cut twenty-four feet of ore In the bs ! ledge on the 430-foot level and the drills wore still In ore. The ncnvs j of the big strike has spread to the BitrrounJ * Ing mining districts and the excitement ib Intense. Confervatlve mining men say that such an ore chute with such values J300 per ton IB unprecedented lu the mining history of the continent. 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