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Tnn OMAFIA DAILY niSIS: WKDNESPAi", NOVEMBER 11, 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Weakriw, Lei hr Lower Corn Prices Ap
parent on Oh'eigo Boa d.
CORN DKOPS A CENT, WITH OTHERS OFF
wVheat Affected bw FnrrUn nplr,
Corn hy Poor Whipping- Conditions,
While Oafs ami Provisions Arc
Affected mpat hctlrallr.
CIifCAOO, Nov. 10 Weakness led bv
lower nun prln-H i nwt'nt In the list
of nearby 1 I vorlcs of gmln and provisions
today. Net Inures for tn day In Urcctihi-r
options wi-re: Wheiit. n w, corn. Vale;
OHtw, 'VrVfcf-. January pruvlc ions closed
with a loss of Tt'a2P-a'. Htatislic nnil cur
rent rrn; gossip wax of a rharartrr de
signed to weaken the f;tlth of holders, par
ticularly the owner of rnrn.
With lower chIjU-m. rvulently relloctlng
free offerings of KiiKHlnn and Argentina
lock, heavy receipt In the northwest and
excellent weather tor a continuance of the
movement to market, wheat opened weak,
Iecemher a shade to 'tir. lower, at T7Vo
to 77Vi-. This option during a flurry of
buying to ohorts to secure profits touched
77-. Selling wan resumed with renewed
vigor Inter, under the Influence of the corn
weakness ami Uradsti eet's report of an In
crease of 7,4i,io bu. In thp world's visible
supply, and December touched bottom at
7c. Receipts at Chicago. Duluth and
Minneapolis reached a total of 1.544 cars,
against 1,3-3 last week, and 1,15k a year ago.
Frlmary receipts were l.xIS.OuO bu., com
pared with 1,198,000 bu. the corresponding
any of last year. Heabnnrd clearances were
lJb.ono bu.
Klevator Interests sold December corn on
a liberal scale,, und the price, having
touched at the opening, underwent a
sheer descent of lc, during which a num
ber of stop loss orders were executed. Mav
suffered sympathetically, but to a less ex
tent. Support from an influential operator
was given both options, but the recovery
was slight, and the tone at the ftnlh was
weak, December 'frtfilc under yesterday at
42c. The chief Influences were the un
satisfactory condition of the shipping and
the unsatisfactory bear market. Local re
ceipts were 402 cars.
Oats were dull and fluctuations narrow,
but the weakness In neighboring pits, com
bined with a slow cash demand and liberal
receipts, sent the price to a lower level.
December closed VWHc denresaed at 8l4jC.
Local receipts were 306 cars.
January provisions opened easy In gym-
Sathy with a drop In hog prices, and
ropped further In sympathy with corn.
Pork closed 22c lower at 111.75. Lard,
10i!ij'12V4c down at K7rf?i.77V4, and ribs
7Hc under yesterday at 8S.17V4.
estimated recelnls tomorrow: Wheat, 345
cars; corn, 180 cars; oats, 135 cars; hogs,
WI heBd.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles. Open. Hlgh. Iow. .Close. Safy.
Kfi 77V'77M(frS
77 774i774'.t
73 731 7 Hi
42il 424 43V,
4CK42H'" 43f'i,
M 42 42T4
I 'Wheat I
ttc. vvtn n
I Mav 'Tkfi'W 77A4
I July 74'.174V
J Corn-
May 42V.7, 'Wivti
A 1 ts- I
.Dee. I Mi 84
aT'May 3336 38
j'n' Pork- I
' Jan. I 11 85 Ml 7UI
S5 35 36' i
11 75 11 75 11 97
11 12V, 11 86 12 074
6 82V6 ffi 9?V4
75 6 77V4 87J
6 72M 75 6 85
17HI I 17H1 6 75
S 27Vil 6 27HI 6 35
May I 11 7 12 00 I
lBi d I - I
Dee. 1 6 R2V4 90
Jan. I R5 ft
May 6 80 82
Hlbs- ' I 1
' Jan. I 6 22Vfcl K
May 6 3J I 321
No. t New.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Easy; winter patents. $4.0(Vfft 20;
Jtralghts, $3.70r4.10; spring patents. $4.1(xa
4.40: straights. $3.708 0: bakers, t2.SmS3.30.
WHEAT No. I. 79tfOc; No. 2 red, 77
78Sc.
CORN No. 1 43c; No. 2 yellow, 43e.
OATS No. 2, 34Vi35c; No. t white, 31Hc.
RYE -No. 2, Bic.
BAR LE Y flood feeding. 86g40c; fair to
Choice malting. 48jJ5Be.
SEED No. 1 flax, 90c; No. 1 northwestern,
4c; prlwe timothy, t2.85; clover, contract
rsde. $10.50.
.PROVISIONS Mess pork. rr $11.S7H
jll.60. Lard, per 10 lbs., t1.R7Mifi8.90; short
fibs aides (loose). 7.257.75; short clear
idea (boxed), $8.7537.13.
The' following were the receipts of flour
and grain; ,
Receipts. Shipments.
... 22,21 21,200
...121.000 105.5(10
... 38.200 133.P10
...288.500 3t4.2INI
... 6.6i0 2.400
bbls.
Wheat, bu. .
Corn, bu
Oats, bu
Pva Vin
Xlarley, bu.
..284,500 26.5O0
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creameries, 15
2lHc: dairies, 1418Hc. Epga, firm, at
mark, cases included, 21I&23C. Cheese,
teady, 104illc.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
(notations of the Day on Varlona
Commodities.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. -FLOUR Receipts,
88.784 bbls: exports, 14.5K0 bbls. The market
was easier and lower to sell; winter pat
ents. $4.0004.35; winter straights, H.HC(ii 4.1";
Minnesota patents, $4. 604.76; winter extras,
t3.00ft3.40; Minnesota bakers, $3.754.10; win
ter low grades, $'..80i3.20. Rye flour, steady,
fair to good, $3,204(3.40; choice to fancy,
J t 46 3.60. Buckwheat flour,, easy at $2.30
140.
CORNMEAL Quiet; yellow western, $1.04;
city, $1.02; kiln dried, $J.2083.25.
RYE Normal; No. 2 western, 61o, nom
inal f. o. b. afloat; state and Jersey, 60ti58c.
BARLEY Dull; feeding. 420 c. 1. f.
PufTalo: mal'lna. B?4j6! c. I. f.t Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 38,260 bu. The market
for spot was weak; No. 2 red, MTc eleva
tor; No. 2 red, Su'.c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, 87c, f. o. b. afloat: No.
1 hard Manitoba, nominal f. o. b. afloat.
Options deyeloped further severe weakness
tinder the burden of a heavy northwest
movement, a big Increase In world's stock
for the week, lower cables and poor export
Inquiry. The close was unsettled at S'nsic
net decline. May, M4&82c, closed, 81o;
July, closed, 78Vc; December, SlVaiiSi 11-lCc,
closed, 86c.
CORN Receipts, 99,400 bu.; exports, 68,
687 bu. The market for spot was weak;
No. 2, 50VC, elevator and 60So f. o. b.
afloat; No. 2 yelow, 5H4c; No. 2 white,
61c. Option market reached low point of
the season under stop loss selling, weak
cables and fears of a bearish crop report,
closing VtTc net lower. May. 4SVfi 4fSic,
closed, lkci December, 49 l-l)j50Hc, closed,
OATS Receipts, 39.000 bu. The market
for spot was easy; No. 2. 4flc: standard
white. 4!c; No. S, 40c; No. 2 white. 42-c;
No. 1 white. 43c; track white, 41'a lfHc
HAY Dull; spring, )k(u75c; good to choice,
6r(i5c.
HOPS Steady ; Galveston, 20 to 25 lbs.,
102. 21&:'c; olds, Ifltfllo.
HIDES Stead v; Ualveston. 20 to 25 Ins.,
He; California, 21 to 25 lbs,, 19c; Texas dry.
24 to 0 lbs.. 14c.
T.KATMKR Stedv; scld, EW!2".4c.
PROVISIONS Beef, dull: family, tlO.OOrft
1100; mess. $8.00Trf8 60; beef hums. $.'0 50.
2! W; packet. $9 utVi 10.00; city, extra India
moss, tl6.OOiW17.00. Cut meats, quiet; pickled
lel!lee. $9.26yil.OO; pickled Khoulders. $5.50
1.75: pickled hams, $11.00'fill.60. Lard, easy;
western steamed. $7.45; refined, dull; con
tinent, $7.70; South America. $8.35; com-
tound. $ii.2ii4i7.0O. Pork easy; famll
10.00; short clear, $13.25ijl5.00; mess, $13.00
i 13.75.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra, Vtt
lc- Jsoien. nominal.
TALLOW Firm; city. 44c; country, 44
tlic.
BUTTER Receipts, 92 pkga. ; unset
tled; creumery, l'Vy-'l'Hc; stute dairy, 15(3
to.-.
CHEESE Recelpls. 9.056 pkgs. ; nulet;
state, full cream, fancy, smrWI rolnred.
September, HSc; -tober, W.c; small
vlilte, September, llc: October. li'4c;
large colored, September, 114c; October,
rc.
EGGS Receipts. 10.3S9 n'tgs. ; firm; west
ern seconds to Urals. 25(i?:9c.
POULTRY Alive, steady; western rhlck
sns, 11c; fowla, 11c; turkeys, 1Mi14c.
pressed, quiet; western chickens, HVt''il2c;
fowls, 11c; turkeys, 16c.
Kanaaa City 4raln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 10 WHEAT De
cember. 67c; May, eibft;4c; cash No. 2
hard. 72$724c: No. 3. 7ti70c; No. 4. 6W,iJ5c;
r tec ted, 6ni0e; No. 2 rd, 8'fc!jiC; No. J.
7e.
CORN December. Wc; May. SeMJTS'Ve;
rash No. 2 mixed. 41c; No. 2 white, 4lc; No.
I. 404c
OATS No. 2 white. S5fc364c; No. t mixed,
tl3Sc.
PYE No. 48c.
HAY Choice timothy, $?.001i9.50; choice
pt-.re fi IH-SiS 25.
P.UTTKR-Crcamery, 134Ht20c; dairy,
fancy. Inc.
Ktri'S Flr-v Missouri and Kansas, cases
returned. 204c; new No. 2 whltewood
runt Included. 21c
Keceints Shlpn'n
Wheat, bu.
Porn, bu....
Data, bu
.261. 800
i;.3fi
4.SH0
1J.01A
:7,vo
Dnlnth Grain Market.
DUT.UTH. Nov. 10-WHEAT-OtV tn-k,
No. 1 northern, TSVic: No. 2 norlhe-ii- 75e;
S'-. I spring. T2c; December. 74c May.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade aad (taotatloaa
fttaple and Fanrw Prod ace.
KOr.S-Fresh stock, loss off. 22c.
LIVK PuL'i.'1'iili lUna, spring
ebb kens, d'akic; roosters, according to age,
4fi.ic; turkeys. 13c; ducks, c; gerse, 7fic
l.'L'TTKK Packing stock, 13Hc; choice to
farcy dairy, in tuns, ltylxc; separator, Zlo.
r'Hiail FlSH-r'resn caught trout, lc;
plcktrtl 8c; pike, lix ; percn, So; buff all,
'VtfSr; bluellsn, lie; whliefish, 15c; salmon,
lie; haddock. We; codfish, 12c; re.lsnnpfwr,
11c; lotisters, billed, per lb., 30c; lobsters,
green, per lb.,c; bullheads. 11c: cattish,
14-; black basi, '.'i i Tc; haliout. c; croppies,
L'e; herring. Be; white tas. Pic; blueflns, lo.
OYH'1'fc.hst .New York counts, per cm,
4.1c, per gal., $2 01); extra selects, per can
'Sir, per unl.. il ia, siundard, per tan, 27c,
per gal.. J. 35.
II HAN' IVr ton. $14 50.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Deal ra' nsauf lailon : Choice No. 1 up
land. IM.iiii; No. 2. $7.50; medium. $7.(1;
coarse, Jt 50. Hye straw, 6 5o. These pr.ces
arc for hay of good color and QUillty. Lo
maml fair and receipts light.
CORN 4Hc.
OATS-3iic.
HYE No. 2. Rrtc.
VEGETABLES.
POTATOKS Colorado, 80c; Dakota, pef
bu.. 7'K(f75c; native. 65'o70c.
SWEET l'OTATOKS Home grown, pef
basket. S5c; Virginias, per 3-bu. bbl., $3.00.
NAVY 11 KAN'S Per bu., $2.25.
CELERY Small, per dot., 2535c; largo
Western, 45c.
.N IONS New home grown, do', per lb.,
lVje; Rpanlfh, per crate. $1 50.
CAKHAOK Wisconsin Holland. I'ic.
Tl.n.NIPS Canada Kutabagas, per lb
lc; white, tier bu.. Rrtc
CAR HOTS Per bu.. 50c.
PARSNIPS Per bu.. 60c.
FRUIT
PRUNES Italian, per box, $1.00.
PEARS Colorado and Utah Keifcrs. $1.75,
winter Nellls, 2 :'Bia2.50
APPLKS-Mlchlgan stock, $3.25: Califor.
nla Heilflowers. per box. II.Cj: New York
Oreerlncs and Baldwins. 3 25; Siting vari
eties, J3.50.
U'APKS California Tokays, $1.65; New
York. ;itr 8-Ib. basket. 30c; ponv Calawbaw,
2ic; imported Maiaras, pr keg. f5O.6 50.
ANBEKRIE8-Per hb;.. 8.K; per bog
$3 00; WIconln Mell Bugle, $9.50.
QUINCES California, ner box, $1.75.
TROPICAL. FRUITS.
ORANGES Mexican, all sixes, $4.00.
LEMONS California lancv, 300 ti CSO
54-'jl': c,le 240 to 270 Mze. 4.0u4.2i.
I- KS California, per 10-lb. cartons, gjc;
mported Smyrna, 3-crown, 14c; 6 crown.
ltc; i-crowu, lHc.
KjJfL lb- ,n fi0"10- boxes, 6c.
r-? o, ANAS Per mp''lum tUed bunch, $2.00
(2 50; Jumbo, $2.753.25.
MISCELLANEOUS.
.,?HEE8E-Wisconsin twins, full cream.
l-Vic; Wisconsin Young Americas, 13'c;
block Swiss, lie; Wisconsin brick, 12c;
V ls oiiMln limberger, 12c.
ItoNKY Nebraska, per 24 frames, $.;,50;
UU oV!''01""'1". PT 24 frame, W.6J.
MAPLE SLUAH-OhlO, per lb., (.c
i iiJtK-rer bbl., $5.75; per -bbl.. $3 25.
Dfi pIpH filar
NI.TS-Valt?ut, No. 1 phoft-ahell. per lb.,
o'er' rhard,-.h."'il E "Ei No. 2 soft-she.i:
per io., j.ic; iNo. -i hard-she , per Ib..--
iir iii . I j , iiioeris,
Dor Ih .
sof i-fcheli, per lb., 15c;
hard-shell, per lb
ner 1'"!e"m"11' ?eI h.rrtKH0c; peanuts.
Rwi. - VCi roasted peanuts, per lb.. 7o:
Vm. i1-7', "hell-harks, per bu., $1.75i
crstrp'rb'iv" bu-eBter"
B-'cilalt'ed; o0 2N,aedB74nt
No 1 veal calf. 8 to 12 bS 84c! No 2 v?A
C-JLl 15 J.b,-V6''y "ry 'alted hides, 4
12c; sheep pelts. 25(tf75c; horse hides, $1.0K$
ijc; pecans, larg". tier
St. I.onla Grain and Provisions.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. in XVtJAT r
No.
2 red cash !... ".11..
H87c: December. Mav ' 8'e:
hard. 74'fi78e.
..ORN Lower; No. 2 cash, 414c- track
ecember, 40HO40HP; MayWc '
s-Se. lrlMfr-J?- ra8h- rack. 37
ftvV1! l3cc; No. 2 white. 40c
RYE Firm at 64f644c.
&rineR.7.8trady; r1 winter patents. $4.00
flea?; r3.f60."Cy "
SEED Timothy steady at $2 20W2 75
$6",10o ": tlmo,hr' 7-612.00; prairie,
1 RON OOTTnw TIES $1 05
H A GO 1 NO-y4(4o.
HEMP TWl.Nil -3c.
t iun isiojs-Pork. lower: lobbing
standard mess, m.fo. Lsrd. higher at $" 0
Bacon steady; boxed extra shorts, $8.50;
clear ribs. $8.75; short clear, $9.00,
POULTRY-Firm; chickens. 7c; springs
BL ri KR Steady; creamery, 18(&I3c;
ducks, 13!fil8c. " "
EUGS-Hlgher at 24c, loss off.
Kecelpte. Shipments.
Flour, bbls.
Wheat, bu.
Ccrn, bu...
Oats, bu...
.12.000
16,000
..84.000
. .81.000
..46.000
92.000
34.000
42,000
Visible Snpplr of Grain.
.FaKY, YO"K. Nov. 10.-Speclal cables
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstreet s show the following changes
In availuble supplies as compared with
last account:
Wheat-United States and Canada, east
of the Rocky mountains, increase, 8,800.
HLHib, vl011 for. and In Europe, increase,
1.600000 bd. Total supply, increased, 7,406.
UOO bu.
Corn United States and Canada, east
of the Rocky mountains, increase, 607,000
bu.
Oets United States and Canada, east of
the Rocky mountains. Increase, 307.C00 bu.
Leading increases reported this week
Include the following: 155.000 bu. in Mani
toba storage points; 600.000 bu. at north
western interior elevators: 330.000 bu. at
Rochester; 823.000 bu. at Chicago private
elevators; mX0 bu. at Deoot Harbor
lfT.COO bu. at Keewatln: 95.000 bu. at
Omaha, and 90,f00 bu. at St. Joseph.
1 be leading decreases are 66.0110 bu
Nashvlllo and 55,000 bu. at Detroit.
at
Philadelphia Prodnee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 10.-BUTTER
Steady; fair demand: extra western cream
ery. 224c: nearby prints, 23c.
EGGS Firm; good demand; fresh nearby,
30c loss off; western. 2S(J29c; southwestern.
26.1i37c; southern. 24C26c.
CHEESE Unchanged ; New York full
creams fancy, 12c; choice. llSic: fair to
good, US 114c.
Mlnueapolla Wheat, Floor and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 10. WHEAT De
cember, 774c. On track: No. 1 hard, 74c;
No. 1 northern, 7H7c: No. 2 northern, 764c;
No 3 northern, 9'674c.
FIXIUR First patents, $4 50fff.60; second
patents, $1,4044 50; first car, $3.&04J'$.60;
second clears. $2.40if?2.50.
BRAN-I11 bulk. $13.25.
Mllvrankee Grain Market.
MILWAI'KEE, Nov. 10 WHEAT tow
er; No. 1 northern, 814i7ifS2c; No. 3 northern,
79iSou; Dccembe'. 774c asked.
RYE Steady; No. 1, 664'67c.
BARLEY Veak; No. 2. 64c; sample, 39
CORN -Steady; No. 3, 464c; December.
Liverpool tiralu Market.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 10 WHEAT-Steady ;
No. 2 red. western, winter, 6s 2d. Futures
steady: December, 6s 44d; March, 6s 44d:
May. 6s 5d.
CORN Spot quiet; American mixed. 4s
14d. Futures easy; December, 4s Id; Jan
uary, 4s.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Nov. 10. -SEEDS-Clover.
steady; December. $6,474; January, $6,624
February, $6 55; March. $6574. Prime al
sike. $6.60. Prime timothy, $1.33.
Metrl Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10-METALS-8pot tin
was 7s 6d higher in London at 116 2a 6d and
future advanced 10s to 117 6s, locally,
hewever. tin was unchanged and quiet at
$25.L,5Si2o.50. Copiier was firm at about 1
higher iu London, wheru spot closed at
f9 2a6d and rut urea at 58 2a6d. Lake
quoted at $10.7u; electrolytic, $13 624. and
fueling at $13.50. I,eud was steady at $4.60
In the local market, declined Is 3d in Ixn
don to 11 Is 3d. Spelter declining 10 points
to t'r .9) in New York remained unchanged
at 21 In London, iron closed at 48s d in
O asgow and at 42a lojd in Mlddlesborough.
Locally iron wus quiet; No. 1 foiuidry
northern la quoted at $15.0oti 16.00; No. 3
foundry northern, $14.25113.00; No. 1 foundry
s uthern and No.-l foi ndry southern soft.
$14 "Ha 14.25.
ST. UtCIS. Nov. 10. MET A I A Lead,
dull at $-1 224; spelter, dull at $5.30.
near aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10 Sl'QAR-Raw,
nominal; fair refining, 1 1-lSo; centrifugal t$
est. S13-loc; molasses sugar, 3 l-16c. Re
fined, quiet; No. 6. 4.30c; No. 7. 4.2ie; No.
S. 4.20c; No. . 4.16c; No. 10, 4 10c; No. 11.
4 0Ck -, No. 12. 4c; No. 13. 3 95c; No. 14. 3.90c.
Cc nfoctloners' A. 4.55c; mould A. 4 9oc: cut
loif. 5 -; cru-hed. 6 Sue; nowdered, isuc;
granulatrd. 4 7ue; cubes. 4 9k;
MtiLASSES Steady; New Orleans open
kettle go d to choice, 3lt42c vl
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. la SCOAR
Quiet: centrifugal, granulated. 44c; whites,
3 11-13 15-16c; yellows. 34t(J U-16c; seconds.
MOLASSES Easier: open kettle Wlc;
ceiiiit.'ugl. 1-Sc- Syrup, taaier, 25 31c.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Etilroad Escnritiei Affected Mora Than
Heretofjr. by Sfel Wjakmsa.
MARKET IN HAND? OF PROFESSIONALS
Severn! C hanaea Alleged to Hare Been
leased by Persons Not Directly
Interested In Real Valne
f Stocks.
NEW YORK. Nov. lO.-Rnllroad stocks
were more affected today In sympathy with
the recent weakness of United. States Steel
than at any time during the heavy llauldn
turn of that stock. The sharp rebound In
prices at ine end gave room for the suppo
sition that much of the selling of railroad
stock was for short account and room
traders found the supply scanty when they
attempted to cover their shorts. The dem
onstrative way in which the break In rail
rood stocks was heralded and tipped from
professional quarters furthered the suspi
cion of the professional character of the
selling, t nited states Steel preferred ended
today unchanged from l:tssnlght, although
u sola at one time at 4'JV 1 he relaxa
tion of the severe pressure against this
stock seemed to deprive the bears of some
of their war material and furthered their
disposition to cover. It was generally ex-
nected that soma further eiita In Hteel
I prices would be announced tialav as a re
suit or the meetings amongst authorities in
the trade and the failure of these last an
nouncements was a relief to the United
States Steel securities.
The number of Pennsylvania shares dealt
in rose over the number of United States
Stoel preferred, but Pennsylvania stock la
In half shares. The scute weakness of this
stock, which sold down to 1144, hnd much
to do with the general weakness developed
In the other railroad stocks. It wad re
ported that a large loan by the trust com
pany In which Pennsylvania stock figured
to Tin important extent as collateral was
closed out. The argument wan used with
effect that the depression In the iron and
coal trades would be bound to affect the
traffic of the trunk lines unfavorably and
most of all Pennsylvania.
The heavy bond and stock Issues by sub
sidiary companies recently made, whl?h
have reached an aggregate considerably
over $50,000,000, was a factor In the depres
sion of stocks, and was aggravated by the
report of further issues. It Is to be con
sidered that numerous requirements for
rnilroad bond Issues still overhang the
mlirket which may bo good policy to fore
stall. Transfers of currency to the Interior to
day again rose to $600,000 and call money
agnln loaned In some abundance at 6 per
cent. Sterling exchange, however, made
another downward plunge to a point where
foreign bankers estimated that it would be
profitable to Import British sovereigns.
There were rumors current of impending
Imports of several million dollars' worth,
but no definite announcements were made.
The obvious likelihood of rumors helped
the late recovery in the market. New Y'ork
corporation stocks made an early advance
In the face of the general downward ten
dency. In the late dealings Amalgamated
Copper took the lead In the advance and
closed 7ilth a gain of 2S. Two rumors of
strikes in the Rio Tlntos mines, which
depressed that stock In London, probably
prompted the. advance In Amalgamated
here In the same way that the decline in
Amalgamated on the closing down of the
Montana works caused an advance In Rio
Tlntos In London. The market closed dull
and barely steady.
The bond, market was dull and heavy.
Total sales, par value. were $2,345,000.
United States bonds were unchanged on
the last call.
Following are the closing quotations on
the New Y'ork Stock exchange:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
..13.200 M f.4 M4
.. 100 R94 804 894
AtcTilson
do pfd
Baltimore & Ohio
,.27.im 75 74
.. 225 874 "74
... 4,00 118 U74
714
do pfd
874
117-
156
2R4
28
S3i
144
1H3U
8
17
71
12
5:4
VII ',
1531,
2?0
19
654
M4
86
484
180
70
Canadlin Pacific .
Central of N J
Chesapeake Ohio.... 950
Chlcnpo & Alton 400
2R4
27
'i44
28
do pfd
Chicago Gt. Western.. 650 15
do B pfd : ,
Chicago & N. W
Chicago Term. & T... 100
do pfd i0
C. C, C. A St. L
Colorado Southern ... 200
do 1st pfd fOO
do 2d pfd 2,000
Delaware & H'tdson..
Del.. Lack. West... SOD
Denver & Rio Grande 100
8
17
12"
524
rov.
153
2304
1!4
854
'W,
804
484
8
17
ii"
524
:o
153
2304
1W
65
88
48
do pfd 120
Erie 10.9T1
do 1st pfd 850
do 2d pfd 1.800
Ot. Northern pfd
Hocklne; Valley
do Pfd 100 80 80
80
Illinois Central 1,860 13 1194 1304
Iowa Central i
an pfd
K. C. Southern 100 16 1
do Dfd
32
14
294
V
1.W
1114
44
89i
164
3
37
llil'l
55-4
194
1114
55
434
76
CO
234
K94
53
01
444
124
90
1374
172
414
174
73
2"4
174
254
704
854
184
3?4
S.14
213
1R
100
195
3i4
19
G6
9
26
1?4
74H
4?4
SOU
1154
66
1 85
Txulsvi;ie Nashville 2.roO
f!nhattan L 10.9fi0
I004
134
112
45
894
17
35
ii74
904
1SSV.
110
44
84
17
844
554
'l94
1144
Metropolitan St. Ry... -7.100
Minn. St. Iouls..
Missouri Pacific ...
Mo.. Km. & Tex...
do Dfd
?00
..XX:
.. ?oo
600
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd.. ..
N. Y. Centrnl 10.00
No-folk & Western.... 1.500
do pfd
Ontario A Western.... 3.610
Pennsylvania 21,232
-!04
1104
P.. C. C. & St. L.
Reading ,.
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co...
do pfd
St. L. Sc Ban F...
do 1t pfd
do 2d pfd
S. Louis 8. W
do nfd
..15.750
.. 200
.. 100
.. 5.995
.. 1,000
4 '4
77
894
24
69
4"
77
P94
674
'400
?oo
fno
11.935
454
i?H
80
13SH
174
74
2?4
174
'7i4
86
19
S2T4.
'154
344
45
1"4
.30
1374
17
724,
??4
"4
'704
854
184
314
'is"
334
St. Paul
do nfd
Southern Pacific .
Southern Railway
do pfd
Texas Pacific .
T. St. L. & W....
do pfd
Union Pacific
do pfd
Wibssh
do pfd
Wheeling L. E.
Wisconsin Central
do pfd
Adams Exnress ..
.. 6.8110
.. 1.075
.. 1.310
.. 100
"S3.670
.. 385
.. 800
.. 4.700
i! "fVio
.. E50
American Express
1T. 8. Express
Wells-Fargo Express.. 100
Amal. Copper 63.00
American Car Si F.... 1.350
do pfd 100
American Linseed OH
do nfd
American Locomotive J00
do pfd ?20
American Smelt. & R. 1.100
do nfd
200
SSVt
14
654
M0
as
i
654
124
74
4r,
1?4
74
424
1144
61
36
26
177"
148
104
614
American Sugar R
2,(V0
JOO
1154
6
3
284
178'
19
1
614
Anaconda Mining Co.
Rrooklvn K. T
Colo. Fuel Iron...
Columbus ft H. Coat
Consolldsted Om ...
Oeneral Elertrlo ....
Internstlonal Paper
do pfd
International Pump.
do pfd
National Biscuit
National Iesd
North American ....
Pacific Mall
People's Oas
Pressed Steel Car....
do pfd
Pullman Palace Car
Republic Steel
do pfd ,
Ri'bbee Goods
do pfd
Tenn. Coal ft Iron...
U. 8. Leather
do pfd
V. 8. Rubber
d pfd
V. S. Steel
do pfd
Western 1'nlon
Vnrthern Securities .
.24.4SO
620
'rVlO
2l0
100
140
24
94
177
148
1"4
61
80
69
K44
114
704
214
9r4
?5
66 V
115
4
4i
134
69
754
854
104
504
824
inn
ii
1,630
3oi1
830
1!
714
?7
91V
2J4
1?
71 4
?1
9?4
!54
150
3,240
7
494
T
484
t .200
t 000
ia
27
74
754
25
74
754
.55 210
.219i55
. 700
104
61 4
83
10
44
824
87
Total sales for tne oay, iu.m snares.
I.eadis Stock Market.
LONDON. Nov. 10. Closing quotations:
Conaola for money 47 lt-l
do account if lt-lt
Anaconda ti
Atrhlnn "
do pfd -
Baltimore ft Ohlo..TI'4
Canadian PaclBc ltl ik
fhreapaake A Ohio.. "
Chicago O. W
C. 14. ft ft. T Hi
lieReera
Uravar A E. O l
du pfd
Erla
do lat pfd
do Id pld to
Illlnola Caatral. 14.
luluia ft Naah. luJSa
Ulaaourl. K. ft T.. 141a
New York Central. .121 4
Norfolk ft Waaler . . ia
do pfd at
Ontario ft Western..
Pennartvaata 41 '4
Rand Mlaea
Reading fi
do let pfd 40
do td pfd II 1
Southern Railway.... 1H,
do i,fd ;s
Southern Paclno...,
I'nloo Pacilc
do pfd
I'nlted Statea Steel
do pfd
Wabash
do pfd
4
If
US,
ls
HAH SILVER Quiet at 27d per ounce.
MONEY 344J-4 per cent. The rata of dis
count In the open market for short bills
and for three months' bills la 4U44 per
rent.
Forelga Fluaarlal.
IX) N DON, Not. 10 MONET ws in good
demand In the market today. The condi
tion of New Tors exchange caused a re
bardening ,ei dlacount rates but much of
the business wss subject to the respect of
a change In the bank of England's rate of
discount. Business on the stock exchange
opened quiet and dull. Consols were weak
pending the announcement of the bank
rate on Thursday. Americans opened dull
and below parity and with the stocks ne
glected. There was some slight improve
ment inter, though the flatness of steel
shares depressed a few railroad securities.
A general reaction set in during the last
hour and the market closed we.ik. For
eigners were firm on continental support,
especially Aigentlnes. Copper was firm at
5Mc. Bullion to ihe amount of 32.000 was
wuhdiawn from the Bank of England
today for f-hipment to South America.
PARIS, Nov. 10. Prices on the bourse
today openfM fluctuating but became firmer
In tho afternoon. Three per cent rentes,
!f 25c for the account. Exchange on Lon
don 2ff, 18c for checks.
BERLIN, Nov. 1. Trading on the botirss
was dull and prices had a weaker tendency.
Exchange on Ixindon, 20 marks 46 pigs,
for rhecks. Discount rates short bills. 8
per rent; three months bills, S4 per cent.
The weekly statement of the Imperial Bank
of Germany shows the following- changes:
Cash In hand. Increased, 8.870,000 marks;
treasury notes. Increase, 281,1100 marks;
other securities, decrease. 48.8(10,000 mnrk:
nots in circulation, decrease, 50.560,000
marks.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10 MONEY On call,
strong. 346 per cent; closing bid, 24 per
cent; offered at 3 per cent. Time loans,
firmer; sixty davs and ninety days. 6Vt'fi;
six months. 54 bid. Prime mercantile paper,
6Vfiti per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weak with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at $4.8XVf(
4 8.355 for demand, at 4.T97O14.79R0 for sixty
days bills; posted rates. $4,804.814 and
$4.844ffM.8fi; commercial bills. $4.74.
SILVER Bar, 484c; Mexican dollars,
444c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
heavy.
The closing quotations on bonds are as
roj:ows:
U. B. rrf. ia rrg
do coupon
do 3a. reg
do coupon .....
do new 43, reg.,
do coupon
do old 4a, reg...
do coupon
do 6n, reg
do coupon ......
Atrhlaon gen. 4s..
do ad. 4s
Atlantic Coaat L.
B. ft O. 4a
do 3Us
M,. N. unl. 4 M4
..KM Manhattan con. (. 4l.lW
..10 , Mex. Onlral 4a 71
. .!" do M Inc
..134'VMInn. St. h. 4a... ?
..13I4M.. K. ft T. 4a 74
..111 do !a 75 S
..111 IN. R. R. ot M. 0. 4a 14
..1014 N. Y. C. (. Ia Mi
..lil'i'N. J. C. , so. ( i2fl
..100 N. Pacific 4a 1015,
.. it an, la 70
I.. P2 Nor. Wt c. 4i... f7
..lont. Or. 8. K 4a A pt... li
Prnn. conr. ma.... !
Hearting n. 4a MS
Central of Oa. 6a.... 104
do lat Inc m
St. L. ft I. M. e. 6a. 110
St. I.. A I. r. fa. 4a. at .
CTiena. ft O. 4Ha..
( hi. ft A. ma
(".. P. ft Q. new 4a
.101
i:st. u. s. w. ia...... 11
l'a ReahoaM Air Lin 4a 67 4
C, M. ft St. P. g 4a 110
pacme 4a
Railway 6a. 111'..
l. ft N. W. Con. 7a..l30l B
.. . 1. r. in.
do col. 6a
Ore. ft St. L. g. 4a
Oil. Term. 4a
Con. Tobacco 4e...
Colo, ft 8. 4a
f. ft R. O. 4a
Erla prior lien 4a..
72 Tr. ft P. la 117
724 T.. St. I. ft W. 4a.
Mll'nlon rai-lflc 4a lo! 't
75 v
64 V,
do conr. 4a....
i'.
f. s. steel Sd 6a.
Wahach a
do deb. R
Si
.114
. n-t
. 874
. M
. 4
084
S W. A L. K. 4a...
ao gen. 4a
3 Wla. Central 4a.
L 1!;' " c' l't-1041 Colo. Fuel conr. (a.
Offered.
noston Stork Quotations.
DOSTON, Nov. 10-Call loans, 445 per
cent; time loans, &4fi per cent. Official
closins; prices on stocks and bonds'.
Aii niaon la SH Allnuel
44
, 544
21
411
1
S
U
7'4
6
M'4
104
6
17
15 H
1
to
64
17',
1
84
US
Mex. ten.
4a M Ainalgniated
Ati-hlaon
i4'i ulngham
Uo P'd. "ht Cal. ft Hocla
uneion Ainany....:41 Centennial
nomon Maine 171
Copper Range ...
Boatun Klevaled
N. Y.. N. H. ft
,.H0 Pomtnton Coal....
. .l?o Franklin
.136 Isle Royale
. 71 Mchawk
. i Old Dominion ....
lluVi Oreola
.lld'-i Parrot
.1ZS4 Uulncr
K Ranta Fa Copper..
.144 Tamarack
. Trinity
. It United States ....
. m t tah
. 10 Victoria
. 60 Winona
. "It , Wolverine
H.
rttchburg r'd
i nlon faclQc
Mex. t-antral
Am. Sugar
do pfd
Am. Tel. ft Tel...
Dum. Irn" ft Bteel
Ceneral klrrtrlc ..
Maaa. Kleclrlc ...
do pfd
fnlted Prult
V. 8. Steel
do pfd
Weatlnghouaa com
Adventure
1w Y'ork Mining; Quotations.
NEW YORK. NOV. 10 The fnllnwln
"if tioniiia quumuunii on mining; stocks
Adama Con.
10
14
10
Little Chief
7
Allcr
Ontarlg
"rlllr
1'hoenlx
Potoal
...450
...IS')
... T
... in
... )
... 94
... IS
...U0 ,
Ureeca
Prunewlck Con....
.. 4
.. t
.. l
..1M4
Comatock Tunnel.
Con. Cal. ft Va...
Horn Bllar
Iron Fllvcr
leadvllle Con ....
Offered.
Sitage
Sierra Nevada
.1 small Hopea .
. un,ard
Bank Clearings.
OMAHA, Nov. 10 Bank clearings for to
day, $1,244,890.40, a deeerease of $85,886.47 from
corresponding day last year.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. COTTON Tho
market opened weak at a decline of HUt
points under cables, the outlook for tre
mendous receipts, good picking weather
and further liquidation by Wall street. The
lowest price of the day. however, waa
reached on the call, when December sold
at 10.70c, January at 10.72c, March at 10.".6c
and May at 10.78c. Tills renreaerited n nt
loss since the high level of the previous
morning of about 40 riolnts ami
to represent the bulls' idea of a reaction
for Immediately prices were rallied. In the
afternoon room shorts turned to cover and
the bull leaders supported the market
January sold 'at 10.60c and July at 11 03c.
Just before the close there was a reaction
of 3'ii5 points from those figures under re
alizing, but the market wns finally firm at
a net advance of 4 to 10 points. Sales were
estimated at 700.000 bales. Receipts of cot
ton at the porta today were 102.193 bales,
agdlnst S9.9S3 last week and 69,046 lat year.
For the week. 410,000 bales, against 412,217
luilpfi lust wt!-K
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 10. COTTON
Th) market opened easy and closed firm:
sales, 9,200 bales; ordinary, 7 15-16c; good
ordinary. 94c; low middlings, lOc; good
middlings. 10 13-16o. Receipts, 3,040 bales;
stock, 193.814 bnles. Futures were steady;
December, 10. 77f 10.78c; March, 10 99toll.O0c;
April. 11.0411.060; May. ll.06ll.07c; June,
11.09A1 11.12c.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 10.-COTTON Spot,
quiet; prices 20 points lower; American
middling, fair at 6.1rtd; middling, 6.90d; low
middling, 5.84d; good ordinary, 6.74d; ordi
nary, 6.64d. The sales of the day were 6,0u0
bales, of which fOO were for speculation and
export and Included 4.400 American. Re
ceipts, 4,000 bales, Including 32.000 American.
Futures opened easy and closed steady.
American middling g. o. c, November,
6.78d; November and December, 6.72')4.73d:
December and January, 6.70d: January and
February, 6.68?i6.6&d; February and March.
6.6S5.69d; March and April, 6.60d; April and
May, 6.68d: May and June. 6.67!9o.68d; June
and July, 6 67d; July and August, 6.66d.
ST. LOl'lS, Nov. 10 COTTON Market
firm, unchanged: -middling, 104c; sales,
none; receipts. 137 bales; shipments, none;
stock, 5,704 bales.
Wool Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. lO.-WOOLBteady;
domestic fleece, 284j32c.
ST. IOl'lS. Nov. 10 WOOL Steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 17ft
214c; IlKht fine. 15il74c; heavy fine, ltj
14c; inn wasnea, zikm.hic.
BOSTON, "Nov. 10WOOt-The demand
continued quiet this week. Purchasers con
fined their dealings to such lots as manu
facturers are forced to have to keep their
machinery employed. Vulues ns a whole
have held about steady. The market for
fleece wools Is. quiet. There are few deal
ings In foreign wools. For territory wools
the call Is working well toward fine medium
and fine grades. Quotations: Kentucky,
Indiana, etc. 4-hIood. 244j2Sc; 4-blood. 24ift)
25c; braid. 2I'(i23c. Territory and Idaho
Fine. 14fgl5c: fine medium. 16ffl7c; medium,
1hi19c. Wyoming Fine. 1'15c; fine me
dium. I6i17c; medium, 184fqlc. Ctah and
Nevada Fine. Walfr-; fine medium. 171i
174c. Dakota Fine. 15ffl6c; fine medium,
164'i17c; medium. lfcaiOc. Montana Fine
choice, laMc; fine medium choice, 19320c;
staple, 20i?21c; medium fine choice, 20'y21c.
Coffee Market
NEW YORK, Nov. 10. COFFEE! Spot
Rio, steady; No. 7 Invoice, 64c. Mild, firm.
The market for futures opened steady at
an advance of fyglO points, following higher
European rabies, continued small receipts
and bullish advices concerning the growing
crop, out demand was limited and soon
after the call prices bgan to sag off, and
In the last few mlnutrs the market ruled
very weak under liquidation. The close was
weak at a net decline of 6&15 points. Sales
were 95.000 bags, Including: December, 6.75c;
January, 5.K0ti6 85c; March, 6.8Mi6 0oe; April.
10c; May. 6utKii;.J0c; July, 10gi.3Oc; Sep
tember, 6 2536.40c; October. 6.46c.
Whisky Market.
PEORIA. Nov. 10. WHISKY-Steady. on
be nla of finished goods, $1 25.
6T. LOCIS, Nov. 10.-VHISKT-Steady,
$1.31.
CHICAGO. Nov. 10.-WrHISKY-On basis
of hlL'h wines, steady, $1.26
CINCINNATI. Nov. 10-WHI8KY-Dlstll-lers'
finished goods, steady, on basis of
$1.25.
Stock ia Sight.
Following are the receipts of live stock at
tne six principal western cities yesterday
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha 6.4 241 36.178
Chicago 4,000 2800 18O0
Kansas City 19.1'' 8.640 7.000
St. Ixuls 6.000 6.6i0 l,o"0
81. Joseph 2.UH8 8.4 1,(24
Sioux City 8J 6.C4K)
Totals It.Xt sTtJ 43.313
OMAHA LIVE STOCli MARKET
Bsceiptg of Otttle M.drt and Pricei
Shoved Little Change. '
NOTHER SHARP DECLINE IN HOGS
Largest Ris of Sheep la tho History
ot tho Yards, bat Prices oa Fat
Staff Held Steady, While Feed
ers Were Not Much Different.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 10.
Receipts were:
. . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday 7,414 a,s!l2 24.5.6
Uftlclal Tuesday 5.400 b.liW a.i.1
1 wo days this week l:,814 lu.bta b.714
Same days last week 1.7(9 8,;i.i3 M.S44
Same week before 1H.811 6.W4 41,u;
Same three weeks a;o....r,W9 6.7.i6 44,(t'5
Same four weeks atu IZMi b.Ki 49.023
Samo days last year 18,09-1 9.413 28,5h3
HEUElKrB FOR THE YF.AH TO DAT K
The lollowina table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year lo date and comparisons with last
. , 1903. 1902. Inc. Dec,
Cattle 941,210 853.9a 87.283
"KS 1,901,103 l,9-i5,M9 4,736
""-p l,Wi&.36 1.4J7.uai 1B8.36T ..
Averaau prices paid lor hog at South
w....un tor ine last several days witn com
paiisons:
Date. I ltct. l$OJ.U01.1900.llB.Il9l.ll8t
Oct. 15..
Oct. 1..
Oct. 17..
Oct. 18..
Oct 1..
Oct. 20..
Oct a..
S 494 7 00 18 4 82 lt ill
5 34 91 22 4 72 4 20 $ &
i 22S 7 16 29 4 4 4 16 $ 70
7 02 27 4 62 4 lo I 67 $ I
8 114 6 23 4 41 4 15 I 73 I tW
6 U4 02 4 W 4 61 2 71 H 54
6 01 6 82 26 4 13 $ 68, $ 62
t 164 70 OS 4 12 t 561 t M
$14 I 76 t 99 4 Jl 4 16 I 63
5 144 ( 74 til 4 61 4 14 1 661
(71(054484 18 3 6834
(ZS 00 4 (8 4 18 $ 54 3 41
6 184 8 61 4 61 4 lOi 3 kit 3 42
6 OS ( 61 t 89 4 101 3 471 3 38
4 97 S 61 6 81 4 62 3 641 3 38
4 924 I. 59 6 72 4 60 4 0t I 3 5i
4 974 61 6 67 4 47 4 03 8 661
(664 673 4 61 4 Oil 365 33
4 994! 6 72 4 SO 4 04 45 I 41
4 804 6 El 4 oti 4 04 8 46 8 43
i 8O4 49 S 82 4 02 8 61 3 43
4 734 61 6 71 4 66 3 62 3 44
4 724 6 62 S 71 4 641 4 01 3 46
4 774 65 6 68 4 671 4 02 3 65
41 6 67 4 71 4 03 3 62 3 54
4 814 6 74 4 69 4 03 8 47 3 41
4 674 36 4 74 4 03 3 47 3 81
Oct 22.,
Oct a..
uct. M.,
Oct. 25..
Oct 16..
Oct 27..
Oct 28..
Oct 2..
Oct. 30..
Oct. M..
NOV. I
rov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Not.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
2...
...
4...
6...
6...
7...
...
9...
10...
Indicates Sunday.
The official number of cars of stock
Drought in today by e-ich road was:
f'eHla Cl,un U'o'a
17
2
14 ""46 "j
13 1 1
22 40
U 3
15 51
5
3
1
3
3
lf9 136 "i
abash
Mo. Pacific Ry 2
If. P. system 95
C. N. W. Ry I
V., E. & M. V. 75
C St. P.. M. & 0 3
B. & M. Ry 61
.:.. B. & J. Ry 7
K. C. & St. J 3
C. , R. I. P., east.. 7
C. R. I. & P., west... 3
Illinois Central 4
Chicago Great W
Total receipts ....26S
The disposition of the day s receipts waa
fs follows, each buyer purchasing the rum-
v IIDau II UlUaLBQ
Buyers.
Cattle. Hops. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company..,
Cudahy Packing Co..
6.T5
810
6P5
..1.279
..1,060
1,250
719
1,483
1.4.15
S.2-i4
1.364
3.S58
Armour i I'o
Omaha Pkg. Co.. St. Jo..
761
40
09
256
134
87
58
107
21
237
199
221
162
162
175
29
679
Armour & Co., from 8. C.
Vansant & Co
Carey & Benton
Lobman & Co
McCrcary & Carey
W. I. Stephen
Iwls & Underwood ....
Livingstone & Root
II. F. Hamilton
L. F. Husi
Wolf & Murnan
Hobblck ft B
Sam Werthelmer
Morton & Gregson
M. Hagerty
Other buyers
G49
14.276
Total 6.261 3.406 25,i27
CATTLE There was another moderate
run of cattle here this rooming, which
makes the receipts for the two days this
week considerably smaller than lor the
same days of last weeV and also of last
year. While there was no great amount of
iicltvity the better grades sold without
difficulty at steady prices.
There were more corn fed steers on sale
this morning than have arrived in some
little time. The bulk of them though
were short fed, and the same as usual, that
class was neglected and certainly no more
than steady. In some cases sales were
made that looked a little lower. It would
be safe, though, to quote good to choice
cornfeda steady and in good demand.
The cow market was fairly active and
fully steady. The better grades in fact
sold a little stronger than yesterday, which
makes the market today Kiil6c higher than
at the close last week, the greatest Im
provement being on the desirable grades.
The quality of the offerings today waa
rather common, which, no doubt, explains
the strength of the better grades.
Bulls, veal calves and stags did not iihow
any change worthy of mention.
There waa a fair supply of stockers and
feeders in sight, but must of the arrivals
were rather common. speculators nil
seemed to want a few of the better grades
and as a result that class commanded
cteady to strong prices. The Inferior grades
were rather slow and certainly no more
than steady. The demand from the coun
try yesterday was not anything extra and
that made speculators a little cautious this
.i'.jiu" itjjiiui. getting too many of the
ommon aunaa.
'.Vestern grnss beef steers sold at gener
ally steady prices. The same as usual the
better grades sold freely, while the com
moner kinds were neglected. Range cows
sold at steady to strong prices, the strength
being confined largely to the better grades.
The same was true of stockers and feeders.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
No.
I...
It...
64...
14...
II...
4...
1...,
II...
. A.
....1260
...1S41
....1117
....1211
....1371
.... ISS
....1410
.... DUO
Pr. No. A. Pi-.
4 25 II 1472 4 70
4 15 1 1120 4 tO
4 40 14 1174 4 70
4 46 It 1224 4 tO
4 70 II IMS ( 00
COWS,
t M 1001 1 41
1 : t usa it
26 1 1244 I 24
BULLS.
1 SO 1 1410 I 00
NEBRASKA.
.1220
41 feeders.. 82$
3 06 6 feeders.. 824 $ 25
2 15 11 ralves... loo 4 00
2 25 2 feeders.. 960 3 10
3 16 1 feeder... 1070 2 16
3 25 23 feeders.. 1033 3 10
1 bull.
1 bull ,
8 feeders.
23 feeders.
calves..,
1 heifer...
2 calves..,
. 80
. 880
.1002
COLORADO.
840 3 40 1 calf 390 3 00
4 2 60 3 calves... lo 4 00
R. Harvey Neb.
10 feeder.. 827 3 00
R. W. Boye Neb.
20 bulla 1277 1 75 66 feeders.. 864 8 16
22 feeders.
f94
3 10
O.
W. Sagley Neb.
4 steers.... 72
1 calf li
4 steers.... 870
1 cow
3 feeders.. 10-J6
87 cows 991
3 00
4 50
3 0)
2 60
2 75
2 steers.... 800
2 60
3 50
2 26
3 46
2 00
1 steer 12'-0
, cow 1020
40 feeders.. 106.1
E cows 996
Pluinmer Neb.
1 cow 1000
1 bull 980
2 (5
Valentine at
1 COW 1020 2 2f
1 76
1 00
2 25
1 75
1 75
2 00
12 bulla 1395
1 85
1 75
2 25
1 75
8 cows....
HJ0
2 cows 106
3 cows....
1 steer....
1 cow
5 feeders.
1 feeder..
4 cows....
2 calves..
4 cows
13 cows....,
1 cow
900
, 760
1 steer 9J0
1 cow 710
810
1 75
10 bulls 1152
John Davis Neb.
74 1 26 4 feelers.. 83'. 3 25
fnO 2 60 3 cows 933 2 $5
13 1 75 7 cows 96S 2 35
416 2 30
R. Hsney Neb.
965 2 00 1 feeder... 980 , 8 46
971
2 45 1 feeder... 1000 8 45
2 45 6 rows 1060 2 45
100
w.
. Ballard Neb.
(1 feeders. .1017
3 40 4 feeders.
3 00 6 feeders.
.1012
.10J
. Si0
. 810
. 816
. T5'J
.1040
. 801
.1118
. 966
3 35
2 it
2 00
2 40
2 40
2 20
3 45
2 20
2 45
2 45
16 feeders.. lii5
1 calf biO
2 50 lcalf
2 40 1 heifer..
2 40 2 heifers.
32 heifers... 7"0
3 heifers.
1 cow
2 cows...
3 cows...
2 cows...
1 cow
785
820
840
970
1046
2 20 1 cow
2 20 1 cow
2 46 8 cows...,
2 20 3 cows
2 46 24 cows....
940
lxiwer & F. Wyo.
(cows 840 2 68 4 cows...,
1 cow 80 2 10
866 2 10
D. B. Brooks Wyo.
22 cows 1042 3 1
Oeorge A. Hettle Wyo.
1 cow...
8 rows..
( steers
..1230
2 60
1 cow 11'4)
1 raw 870
6 feeders.. 11 to
3 feeders.. 676
1 cow l?rt
3 feeders.. V 20
1 cow 1"6
2 AO
2 on
t 90
2
2 65
8 85
2 :s
.. Hrt
2 26
3 1"
3 n
2 66
8 ?S
3 8-.
3 35
...VK
IS feeders.. 996
4 cows PSD
( feeders.. 161
14 feeders.. 1017
13 feeders.. 0
M.
Oueley-
-Wyo
18 cows..
3 bulls..
..'04 2 (0 $ cows
..1"95
..1(20
2 m
1 65
..14.0 1 0 2 bulls.
J. Jones Wvo
12 feeders.. 936 $ 05 1 steer...
( feeders.. le'ta 2 6ft
980 2 75
O F. Hobbs Wyo.
t rows... . r 20 4 cows
1 f"w 1A 1 0 J ei'f I4v
1 DUU......X401 1 80 1 buiL...
1 r
2
t 00
. 910
. !H
M.
. 8V7
. !"0
. 9:10
E.
. 842
. 910
. 9:4
.1100
J 20
1 HO
t cows $63 1 90
Johnson Wyo.
1 2i 2 ffe.lers
2 60 11 cows...
2 cows...
F. Steele Wyo.
. p:5
. 977
.1175
t 90
2 55
2 60
1 25
2 50
2 55
3 20
1 76
50
2 60
2 00
2 00
4 cows...
2 cows...
21 cows. . .
2 leeders
12 feeders
2 5o o feeuers.. 793
3 o'l 1 cow llso
2 no 12 cows "MO
3 50 12 feeders.. 9n3
3 A) 1 bull l.f.O
. 884
Umb & C yo.
.... 79o i (0 3 rows 93.1
... KIM 2 14) 1 cow paa)
. ...l"o5 2 W) 1 cow lil
... 9J3 2 ID 1 cow hlW
4 cows.
10 cows.
2 cows.
3 cows.
1 cow..,
7 cows. ,
1 cow...
1 bull...
5 cows..
1 bull...
... sill z 60
Oivirge llltchew Wyo.
...1"10 2 ho 1 cow 980 I KH
... 970 2 00 1 bull 12i0 1 60
...10,11 1 lei
J. Morgan Wvo
...1016 2 75 20 steers.. ..1130 3 60
t. c. Kimball Wvo,
..1300
2 00 1 steer.
. 760
. 910
.1130
, 9"!
.1061
. 8'iO
. 255
t 75
2 60
2 15
3 15
2 15
1 65
8 4J
6 cows....
1 cow ,
2 cows....
6 cows
4 cows....
1 calf
7 cows....
... 951
J.
2 60 4 rows...
E. Qnieb Wyo.
2 15 1 cow
2 15 1 cow
2 15 3 corns...
1 65 1 cow
2 25 2 calves.,
Hagerson Wyo.
2 65
W. Lang Wvo.
20 17 cow's...,
880
9V)
705
190
Mrs.
977
A.
1 cow
1040
.1096 2 CO
2 cows lux 2 00
S. V. Hoff-Wyo.
18 rows 1P."
2 cows 10;'6
1 cow lino
3 feeders. .1i3
1 row 980
1 feeder. ..1190
60
12 cows.
. 95
.1100
J 90
2 50
2 9)
2 fO
3 50
2 00
2 60
2 25
1 90
365
2 30
2 50
? 90
2 25
2 90
3 25
1 9n
2 85
1 75
2 40
3 cows.
2 cows.
.12:5
1 feeder... 1010
1 heifer.... 9SO
1 bull 1180
2 cows 1210
2 cows 910
$ cows 760
24 cows 1085
6 feeders. .1T.3
1 cow. . .
.inso
.11100
.12.V0
. 940
W.
1 cow. .
1 bull..
1 cow..
L. Tillotson Wyo.
12 heifers... 54 2 15 6 heifers... 673
10 feeders.. li2 !l 13 feeders.. 70
14 feeders.. 675 3 00 32 cows 877
13 cows 838 2 25 11 calves. .. 293
9 calves... 848 3 50
R. Cook & Son Wyo.
l!eowa 1014 2 0 14 feeders. . 885
W. R. Coy Wvo.
11 feeders.. 10fi3 $50 1 fce'd-r... 610
R. A. Walker Wyo.
la feeders.. 926 3 30 11 cows 863
Cooper Wilcox & Co. Wyo.
26 feeders.. 1108 3 40 3 feed -rs. .1108
E. C. Mortenson Wvo
1 15
3 00
2 00
2 40
8 10
3 00
1 75
3 00
2 60
3 10
2 4o
32 steers.. ..1150 3 45 12 cows 10S3
11 steers.. ..1025 3 10 10 steers.. .1043
16 feeders.. 922 2 75 8 cows 899
11 cows 1017 2 45
E. A. Hawker. Wvo.
3 heifers... 996 2 75 4 heifer MS
2 75
3 90
lo steers.... 1307 3 90 13 steers.... 1303
1 steer 13'0 3 90
Tint on JS. T Wva
11 cows 1040 2 40 64 feeders.. 1001
3 10
3 05
2 35
2 05
2 IS
2 25
3 60
3 40
2 0a
4 00
4 00
C. W. Ballard Colo.
19 feeders. . 946 3 30 7 feeders 760
10 cows,. ...1012 2 35 2 heifers... 650
9 heifera... 912 2 45 8 cows 933
Pawnee fsttle rn Colo
26 calves... 100 4 00 28 cows 780
T. K carer Coio.
24 feeders.. 863 3 15 35 cows 804
H. Hcuch Colo.
1 heifer... 410 1 50 1 04 feeders.. 62$
6 feeders., tftvi 3 00 IS feeders.. 81)
7 feeders.. 455 3 00 i8 cows 963
II. Bnnett S. D.
Scows 12no 2 80 7 stters....I394
1 steer 14l'0 4 s 3 steer.. ..1416
9 steers.. ..lis 2 95
J. CI. Klntr 8. D.
10 steers. ...1134 3 2i 2 bull 1470
2 00
2 65
2 50
2 20
2 50
1 65
2 00
3 cows 9i3 2 25 u cows" 1061
ueorge Raver 8. D.
7 feeders.. 10O4
3 10 3 feeders.. 1147
14 feeders.. 976
3 no 9 feeders.. 1003
2 00 1 cow...... t9)
2 5o 1 bull 1180
2 50 4 cows 958
3 CO
1 cow 830
1 cow 1120
10 cows H186
9 cows 1170
William Smith H. D.
110 feeders. 1052 3 10 9 steers. ...1213
3 80
1 )
4 cows
2 tows....
.1213 2 50 2 cows 990
.1014 Z ib
Wm. Smith S. D.
...1026 8 00
James Bumnter H. D.
15 cows.,
25 cows 103?. 2 80 27 heifers... 766 2i
HOGS There was a more liheral run at
nogs nere tins morning and, as Chicago
was quoted l('(j20c lower, the market suf
fered a decline at this noint also. Th
maiket opened I04(15c lower than yester
day. Packers, though, were very slow to
pay the prices, and as a result but little
Dusinets waa transacted. As iha mom n
advanced the situation grew worse, unt
at the close the decline amount.! to 1R,71
iii-avr iiuii soiu largely irom 4.bU to
4.70, medium weights fiom $4.7u to $1.76
biiu iigois oomi as nign as i.yu. owing to
tne lacK or activity all dav it , rath,
late before a clearance was made. ToJav's
ecune taxes tne marKet to the low point
of the year to date. Prices are now about
1.00 per iuv pounas tower man a, year ago.
Representative sales:
No.
At.
sn. rr. No.
40 4 r.o 8.e.
MO 4 50 T...
Pr.
At.
.290
.116
.140
,.276
.19
.271
.275
.247
.242
.375
.225
.241
7
Pr.
4 6
4 46
4 45
4 16
4 47i,
4 47
4 174
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 TO
4 70
4 70 ,
4 70 !
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 724
4 72",
4 79
4 80
4 824
4 86
4 10
IT...
17...
411...
W...
r4...
t...
M...
4...
M...
...
10...
...
...
13...
14. ..
tl...
M...
r7...
111...
It...
4...
to...
M...
64...
t"...
en...
f...
...
72...
M...
44...
67...
It...
..I4
...114
..24
..292
. .294
..270
. .281
..lf,
..121
..321
..311
..131
. .276
..340
..242
..241
..306
..2
..SOU
..303
..2S4
. 2
. :2
. .290
..30.
..277
..293
. .290
..294
..301
..?
..2
4 r.o
4 60
4 60
4 40
4 40
4 M
4 0
4 40
4 0
4 0
4 40
4 to
4 424
4 2ha
4 42
4 C24
4 et
4 M
4 t
4 (4
4 45
4 f 6
4 66
4
4 46
4 46
4 46
4 46
4 46
4 (It
4 46
4 16
7...
1M 4 0 M ..
i. . A
40 4 M !..?
no 4 0 t...
40 4 40 42...
120 4 (0 lit...
120 4 40 M...,
T4...
14...
200
120
0
0
120
160
160
KK)
320
10
120
40
40
r 274
68 2l
1 264
73 247
47...
..2S9
..271
..253
..287
..267
..262
..181
..241
..244
.218
. .1?5
..2i8
..149
..184
..168
23...
(I...
14. ..
71...
47...
40 ..
It...
77 ...
68...
61...
30. . .
4...
111..
IS...
2S
4 W
SHEEP The largest receipts of sheep In
the hhitorv of the yards arrived this morn-Int,-,
36,178 head being reported. The
largest previous run was on November 3,
190J, when 33,884 head arrived. Today's run
breaks the record by over 1.200 head. This
big run was In the nature of a surprise to
the trade, as only moderate receipts for
this week were anticipated.
In spit's of the enormous run the market
held up In very satisfactory manner. Pack
ers all took hold freely of everything that
had any kill to It. whether sheeD or lambs
was disposed of In good seuBon at steady I
l't t r.o. x iic 4UHIUJ 01 1110 arrivals, mougll,
was nothing extra. A few native fed
sheep and lambs arrived and sold at verv
satisfactory prices. Ewes sold for $3.2j,
wethers $3.75 and lambs $5.00.
The feeder market was steady so far as
the better grades were concerned. Quite a
few buyers ' put in an appearance and
bought freely. Common kinds, though,
were pretty slow sale and were generally
a little lower in view of the enormous re
ceipts. Ewes and lambs made up a large
percentage of the offerings.
Quotations lor grass stock: Choice west
ern lambs. $4 50n4.75: fair to good lambs,
$4.2T.(fi4.50; choice yearlings. $3.25fi3.40; fair
to good Vfarllng. $3.0ufa3.25; choice weth
ers. $3.1.Vii3.26; fair to good wethers, $'90
3.15: good to choice ewes. $2 5f2 75: fair to
good ewes. n.2ifi2 50: Choice tVeilee l-rk.
T90ifi4.10; fair to good feeder lambs. $3.23
a umuv mmua, jj o,tfj uu; feeder year
lings. $3.10fi3 30: feeder wethers. $?90fi3 15
feeder ewes. $2.0(V82.28; culls, $1.00(7 2.0). Rep
resentativo sales:
No.
2"4 Wyoming feeder ewes
2n0 Wyoming feeder ewes
235 Wyoming feeder ewes
5J0 Wyoming feeder ewes
300 Wyom'ng feeder ewes
176 Wyoming feeder ewes
l.'l South Dakota feeder ewes...
374 Wyoming cull lambs
61 Wyoming cull Iambs
200 Wyoming feeder yearlings...
lot Wyoming feeder Iambs
193 Wyoming feoder yearlings...
373 Wyoming feeder lambs
212 Idaho feeder yearlings
2i2 Idaho feeder yearlings
249 Wyoming feeder lambs
2V1 Wyoming feeder lambs
Ill Idaho feeder lambs
160 Wyoming ffeder lambs
9W Wyoming feeder lambs
2( Wyoming feeder lambs ,.
49 Wyoming cull ewes
24t Wyoming cull ewes
bu'. Wyoming ewes
451 Wyoming ewes
li Wyoming feeder lambs
tet Wyoming feeder yearlings...
75S Wyoming ewes and wethers.
277 Wyoming ewes and wethers.
2X0 Wyoming feeder yearllugs..,
1224 Wyoming wethers
71 Wyoming yearlings
210 western fed ewes
44 native fed ewes
11 native fed wethers
5 native cull lambs
2 native fed lambs
1 row. .. .
I cows...
t feeders,
1 feeder..
1 cow.,,.,
A v. Pr.
86 1 75
Si I 2 00
82 2 00
82 2 00
81 2 00
83 2 00
81 2 40
46 2 80
60 2 90
65 3 00
46 8 26
76 3 30
49 3 25
811 8 30
89 ( 35
61 3 50
62 3 60
69 3 60
63 3 60
66 3 70
66 3 76
75 1 26
73 1 25
93 2 75
106 2 95
46 3 00
81 3 15
100 3 2J
100 t 20
. 91 8 224
1W 3 25
86 3 25
104 3 00
117 3 25
118 8 75
58 4 00
78 5 00
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. 10. CATTLE
Receipts, 2. 008 head: market active and
steady; natives, $3 406.15; cows and heif
ers. $1.60w-4.50; stockers and feeders, $.'.40
i3 85.
HOfJS Receipts. 8.408 head; market 15ci3i:c
lower; light, $4 6jtt.).00; medium and heavy,
il.oncuS.W.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1621
head; lambs 2"25c higher than last week s
clone; top, $5.25. t
Kiaiai t'ltw live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 10. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 16.6U0 bead of natives and l. head
of Tela as; ralves. 660 head of natives and
460 bead of Texans. The market for corn
fed steers was steady to lower; for win
tered westerns, strong: for Texas and west
ern cauiui, steady 10 strong, (or native
cows, slow; for stockers and feeders, quirt
but steadv. Choice export and dressed
beef steers, 84.6t(5.40; stockers and feeders,
5Kii3.76; western fed steers, $3.1Mil.'.;
Texas and Indlsn steers, $.'.6Mi3 65; Texas
tows, $1.2502.26; native cows. $1 6"'u-3.90; na
tive hcifrrs, $2.26414.76; ennners, 76o to $-.40;
bulls, $1,754)2.36; calves, $17.Vij.00.
1KM1S-Receipts, 8.500 hesd. The market
was (Vir'5c lower; top, $5 06; bulk of sales,
4 9iWf5.ni; heavy, $4 t4 90; mixed packers,
$4.8o'ii5.iift; light, $4.874'(i5.06; yorkers, $il
t5 if.; pigs. f4.6Vtf4.95.
SHEEP AND 1A MBS Receipts. 7.000
head. The market wss strong to 15c higher;
native lambs, $3.3.V-i6.3tl; western lnmbs,
$-' Hi'ci5 .15; fed ewes. $.'.3iv.f3.76; Texas clipped
yearlings, $5off 4. 00; Texas clipped sheep,
$.'.4'!i3.76; stockers ond feeders. $2.0inj3.50.
CHICAGO 1.1 VK STUCK. MARKET.
Light Receipts ot Cattle, with Fair
Receipts of Hogs and ghep.
CHICAGO, Nov. lO.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
4.000 head. Including 1.20 head of western;
good to prime steers, $5.25415.66 ; poor io
mediums, $3.25g4.7S; stockers and feeders,
$1.7&$rl.25; cows. $!.?r.'7f-4.25: heifers. $'.'.tH
4.60; canners. $1.262.3-; bulls, $1.75' 1.25:
calves, 2.ik4)7 .60; Texas fed steers. $2."5ul
8.60; western steers, $1.(rt4 25.
H o s Receipts todav, 28.000 head; to
morrow, sn.oio head. Prices were 13S250
lower; mixed and butchers, $4 6ofrV06: good
to choice heavy, $4 AWt.nO; rough heavv,
M.l'Vo-l.fft; light. $4.5tyiii4SK); bulk of sales,
$4.50fi4. )n.
SHriEP-Rerelpts, 1S.C00 head. The mnr
ket for sheen and lnmbs waa strong to 15a
higher; good to choice wethers, $S 2M4.1X;
fair to choice mixed. $2 501.25; western
sheep, $3 00f4.1S: P'ttlva lambs, $4.0ttg-6.75;
western lambs, $4 25M6.10.
Sioux City LIT Stock Market.
BIOCX CITY, la., Nov. 10 Specisl Tele,
gram. ) CATTLE Receipts, Sou; stockers
strong: killers stendv; beeves. $3.75175 00;
cows, bulls snrt mixed. $2.004 JOO; stockers
jnd eedprs, $2 5(ii3.56; calves and yearlings,
MOjjSrRocelpts. 6 000; 10c lower at $4 5X9
4.70; bulk, $4.60(.65.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
DEEDS filed for record yesterday, as fur
nished by the Midland auarsnteo and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, Kill
rarnam street:
Joseph O. Vorasek and wife to Frank
vocaseg, wj reel lot ao, lilock 2. Pot
ter or t uboi id addition $ 8')
Edward Vocasek and wife to Joseph
Q. Vocasek, e41 feet lot 18, block 2,
same 1
Enos R. Leigh and wife to Alfred
Mattson. s27 feet lot 0, block 127.
"""h '!. . ST)
Wilson T. Graham and wife to Mnrv
a. i.u.-hlan, lots 1 and 2. block E",
l.owo'n nddltlon 800
Henry J. Noyce to Sarall H. Novce.
a---- if wl4 acres of e4 iw'i
ec. 8-16-12 loo
Shei.ff lo William O. Vre, S4I feet lot
1, block 1. Horbach's 2d addition 709
Samuel I. Oordon nnA wife to Emma
A. ntarxey Nevlns, w40 feet e56 feet
SI184 feet lot 11, Barkera allot
ment 1
Henry A. Moe to Wilson T. Oraham.
lots 15, 16 and 19, block 2, Moe's sub.
of Tuttles sub 1
El'a lr. Ross and husband to Oeorge
11. narr. wi ot 4. mock 15. Bh nni
addition
1,400
Louis O. Harder to Qeorge T. Mills.
'ct 11. niocic . 1st add. to Fowler
Place; lot 17, block 2, 1st add. to Mis
souri Avenue tiarg
1,200
W. J. Connell and wife to City ot
Omaha, part lots 42. 48, 44 and 45,
Hickory Place nddltlon
1
800
800
47
476
750
Fr"d D WW -.nfl wife to Stephen D.
itangs, lots 1 and z, PlocK 3, Wash
ington Hill i.ddltlon
Ltiverty Orier and wife to Charles If.
Butler, lots 4. 5 and , block 12, Oak
Chatham addition
Charles 8. Huntington et al.. execu
tors, to Olof Hansen, lot 7. block 234:
lots 3 and 7, block 236; lot , block
237 and lots 4, 6 and 7, block 233,
Florence
Olof Hansen and wife to H. P. Ham
ilton, same ,.
First National Rank of Cambridge
City to jarres Neville, part lot 9,
Capital addition
Omaha Realty company to Howard
Kennedy. 2S"t feet lot Z4Vfc. Millard
& Caldwell's addition
1,800
Watch for the
triangular label
on the bottle It
stands for u n i -fortuity
and all
that's good and
pure in beer.
Alway$ tht m good old Biota
YAL. BLATZ BREWING CO., Milwaukee
Omaha Branch 1412 Douglas 8t. Tel. 10$ g
CHICAGO. OMAHA. MINNEAF.IIS
ivards,
Room A
rUnbattan Bid;.,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Dealers In
Grain, Provisions, Stocks
Bought and sold for cash or on reasonable
margins.
Members Inpartaat Bxctaaages. Irt
vat Wl res.
Write for our dally market letter and pri
vate telegraph cipher mailed free.
Ship Your Grain to Us.
Best Facilities. Liberal Advances.
Prompt Returns.
la Bid. rkeae Salt
Osaaakta, Itkrasks,
Dalatk. Wtaalges.
The Merchants
National Bank
of Omaha. Neb.
0. S. Deaaalt iry
Capital aad Surplus. 600.000
PtANf ftutrtnr. r. trt . wooo. v. rm.
LTritl MAKE. Cifkkr.
rtANK T. IAMILT0N. AuL Carta.
Haealva acaeunu at saaaa. bankara, corsor.
ttioua. traaa ssf Isaindaala ea tavarabla
tar ina.
Foralcn Ksrhaaca bought sa4 aolt.
Ltan of Cr4it laaura'. availaMe Is all
sarta of tba world
InUraat pals an Tlroa rartiSeatas of DwpoaU.
Collaetlotia Bia4a promptly aaa ocoaomlcaiiF.
Wa rwuoaat corroavoadanoa.
ftTMS COMMISSION
VWlk (JUMP ANY
STOCKS AND BONDS
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
We hare over 150 offices.
References: 17a State and Mat'l Banks.
OIK IKRVKK IS Till BEST.
Out of Town Business Boiled tad.
Osiaas Breach: 118 Far ass 5t Tat 8467
TH0S. M. WADDICrC Cf respondent
bm iiaiuisi sun iii aiy 14.1111. iiiii npipa
9 jZj MILWAUKEE.
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