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THE OMAHA DAILY NEE: RATUIIDAY, NOVEMDETt 14. 100.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Xmf roTid Demand fcr Cas'j " Loat and Ex
Por' Dema-d Increases Pries.
BAD WEATHER PROSPECTS AfrECT CORN
everlDs; hr Oh or In Advances Price
I Oats aad PmtlalsDi Are Firm
lader Leaderahlp of
Lard.
CHICAGO, Nov. 13. An Improved demand
for rash wheat, together with a larger
export business, were the principal fac
tors In creatine a better tone In the wheat
Jlt today, and December closed with an
Advance of 7c. December corn wan up
vfif'o, oats were c blither and January
provision cloned from 7'; to 16c higher.
Ill spite of the rather bearlxh character
rif news In general, an Inclination waa
shown among local traders to buy wheit,
In the hope of an upturn after so long a
period of depression, and as a rrsuit of
this Improved demand a firm un .cr.om
riervaded tho pit Shorts and c .n nl-sl in
:otises were fair buyers at the stirt. In
fluenced to noma extent by reports uf
mailer recelpta In the northwest, and De.
rember opened unchanged to "4c higher at
5676c. Offerings were I fRlit early In the
lay. and further advances were made.
Toward the noon hour prices eased off
somewhlt on heavy selling by a prominent
oiierator, which was followed by sales from
eattered sources, but the demand was
anfflclent to prevent any marked decline.
Imrlnsr tho latter half or the session there
was a big demand for May from a house
vlth 8t. Louis connections and the strength
of this de.l very helped the December price.
The cash business waa also reported n
rhowlng an Improvement, and with a good
export demand the market became strong
luring; the last half hour, with closing
Jirlces at the top. December, closed ,o
Jilgher at 78e. Clearances of wheHt and
flour were equal to 223,400 bu. Primary re
ceipts were 1.414.0UO bu., against 1.127.000 a
year ago. Bradstreet reported exports of
wheat and flour for the week equal to
8.tf!.500 bu.. against 4,410.009 a year ago.
Mlnnnpolls and Duluth reported receipts
of 76 cars, which, with Iocs! receipts of 122
fir, none of contract grade, made totul
receipts for the three pilnta of 88 cars,
agnlnst 873 Inst week nnd 634 a year ago.
The situation In the corn pit was similar
1n that In wheat, local traders favoring
the long side. In view of the rec?nt declines,
nnd with a fair demand from commlMlm
houses, with covering by shorts, the mir
ket showed good gains. Prospects of a
breakup In the present favorable weather
dominions were responsible for some of
the strength. After selling between 41o
and 4?Hc December closed Tic higher
at 42;'&lJHc. Local receipts were 247 cars,
with 12 of contract grade.
Oats were given over to active covering
hy shorts, and some of yesterday's sellers
ere also on the buying side of the mirket.
The selling was scattered and mostly by
longs with profits. Small receipts and a
fair cash demand were bull factors. With
the sharp advance 4n other grains late In
the day, oats moved upward nnd closed
atrong. with December up c. at SSe, after
selling between 32'4Tfi33c and 33c. Local
receipts were 168 cars.
Provisions were firm, under the leader
ahlp of lard, which wan said to be In good
demand for shipment. The hog market was
dull and showed declines of from 10c to 15c,
but an Improved demand, with liberal
covering by shorts, counterbalanced this
bear factor. JanueTy pork closed 7o
higher at $11.12H. January lard was up
32c at $6.82 and ribs were lOfiilSVjC higher.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
190 cars: corn, 235 cars; oats, 125 cars; hogs.
lS.oao head.
The lending futures ranged as follows:
Articles. I Open. Hlgh.l Low. I Close.l Yes'y.
Wheat
m Dec.
May
July
Corn
Pec. Msy
July
Oats
Deo.
May
Jork
.Tsn. .
May
Jan.
VISE
Jan.
mux
78 tp"4
7H Hi 77
41 -2k I
41,t7M,l"
41 HI
7"!
4'2 I
41,
757y
I
'Vm 74
77 76V?H
73 4
S3
11 61
II 65
75
S 67
621
Is
IITUl
62
MH'82W38!
35 I 34W
I
I
72'AI73SW
41V2fWl
41:41fPl ' 41
41HI 41I41,1
35 IS4H
2H
13
90
.6
I
I'M
271
I 11 67! 11 6'
n 60 ' 11 7ft
I
7 I
67UI
62
11 5
11 61
621
6 10
8 20
ft 90
6 75 J
17!
6 27HI
ft 70
7H
62
20
. No. f. a New.
Csh nuoti'lons were as fo'lows:
FLOUR Msrket was stesdv; winter pat
ents. 4.0t!il4.B0: straights. 83.70ST4.lft: spring
patents. S4.1ftg4.40; straights, t3.703.?; bak
ers, 32 90ff7S.30.
WHEAT No. 1 purine-. 78c: No. I sprln.
TftWT-: N". 1 red, TV,tnc.
CORN No. J. 42Hc; No. 2 yellow, 43H
'Ac.
0T8-No. 2, Uc; No. 3 white. 3437Vic
RTE No. 2 63c
BARI.EYOood feeding, r(89c; fair to
CboV-e mpltlng, 47(P5o.
BEED-No, 1 Tax. !c; No. 1 northwestern,
7c: prl'ne timothy, t2.!6; clover, contract
arade 110.50.
PROVISIONS-Mess pork, per bbl , HI 01
fMUGtt- Lnrd. pr 100 M7H'7.0'.
Phort ribs sides uoe 7 7.75. Short
clear sides (boxed. 16.62V; ff".874.
The following wers the rtcclpts of flour
and grain:
Hrc-lrt. Bhlpment
Vlour, bbls 29,100 J.R00
&'kAu . K.. 911Ak' iM 11.1
'orn, M 25 10I
Oats, bu 265,600 134. (no
rive bu ll,4io JO'
larley. bu.. IKOtO 7,30 1
On the Produce exchange today the but- I
ter market was easy; creimerles; 1 qf
tlVri'; dal.les. WiilSo. Eggs, firm: at nwk,
(ass Included, ZMjMc. Cheese, easy, l?llc.
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
p)aotatlas of th Das- oa Varloaa
Coniiundltle.
NEW TOHK. Nov. 18 -FIXUR-Recelpts,
(9,443 bbln. ; exports. 25,318 bbls; quiet, but
lock wus held with more confidence; win
ter patents, M.UKjjt.Si; winter vrira. i3i
Si; winter low grades, .8fij.i5; Minne
sota patent), M.oou4.T0; Muino-ioia bakers.
$3.ufji3.S5. Ryn flour, vteady; choice to
fancy, W.tSv-J .M. Uuckwheat flour, cusy at
:.i..(ua&.
Co il.NMEAI Steady: yellow western.
9101; city. l.w: ki n dried. $:.iieii3.5.
K YE Nominal, No. 2 western, 624c f. o.
b. afloat. 1
BARLEY Dull: feeding, 40c c. 1. f. Buf
falo; malting, 4iic c. I. f. Buffalo.
WH HAT Receipts, 125,775 bu. : exports,
S4.0CJ4 bu. ; spot, firmer; No. t red. Mv ele
vator; No. 4 red, KSto f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, Mic f. o. b. alloat; No. 1
hard Manitoba, nominal f. o. b. afloat. Op
tions opened firmer on bull aupport lie
Igned to force a rally and was well sus
tained all day, advunclug shurvly In the
final hour on foreign advices, libera' weekly
clearance, export rumors and active cove-ring
of December. The r ose was 7Wlc
net higher; May, 80S!itsiHo. closed. SlVic;
July. TTIukj'TSSc, closed. 7Mjc; December,
63 1S-14t-74 U-lilc. closed. W,c.
tX)RN Receipts, XiM lu ; exports. 3.111
bu. ; sale, 115,000 bu.; futures. 16.uo bu. ;
pot, firm; No, 2. .'.,e elevator and W'tc f.
a. b. afloat; No. I yellow. 50c; Nr. 2
white. Stxo. The option market was quiet
tut firmer, the influences Velng smaller
Argentine shipments, a Heht wesiern move
ment and sympathy with wheat. Last
prices showed Sc net udvance; May. 47V.rj
47c. closed. 4ic; December, 4U49Vjo,
closed, 4K'c.
OATS Receipts. 130.0M bu. ; exports. ",015
bu.; spot, quiet; No. X, 40c: Mandard white.
42c; No. 3. Syc: No. 2 whj. 42c; No. 3
white. 41c: track white. 41-n45c.
HAT- ulet ; shipping, GljT.V; good to
choice. 86ii2Hc.
HOl'B Ste,dy, Galveston. 30 to 25 lbs..
190;. finiwc; olds- i"?12
H1DE-Steadv: U.leston. 20 to 25 lbs.,
lie; California. 21 to 25 lbs.. 19c; Texas dry.
li to 30 lbs , tic.
l.mTUfH-'oiitv; eel'. J12"-c.
PROVreiON-Reef. Quiet; family, 110.00
711 0; mess. II.Ohxis.dO: beet hams, t2i.5otf
Sl iO; packet. fH.410 00; city, extra India
mess. Ii5.(i0'7l7.i0. Cut meats. steady;
pickled bellies. 39 It'.WIO.TJ; pickled iii
rtors. 35 .6c."; pick ed hams. 311 '5y 11.75.
Itrd, steady: wesiern s'eenied. 37.4V re
nted. av; continent, 3T.S"i; South Amerl".
3S.35: coinpoumt. 3.i",ai.76 Pork, steady;
famllv, 3it.f0; short clear. !3 2ij 15.00; ne,
12 7i'' 13.50.
Rli'B titeady: domestic, fair to extra. 4ft
ftc: Jinan romlnal.
TALLOW Steady; city, 4V; country. 4V
04Vi
CI1EFSR Reelp1 ft.M kr.: nnse'tleV,
state, full cream, fncy. sma'l colore'.
Beptember. ll.r: l-t m'de. 10c; s-rall
while, September. ll--c; late innde. l.c;
larse colored. Si-pteber. l'.c; bie made.
loV-; lrae white, September, llc; late
nsde. 10. c.
pi (ULTRV Alive, firm: w'ern ihlrVcn-.
lie fowls, lie: turkey i14c: Cr d
Ami: weutern chkkcns. irl:V4c; fowls. Ho:
tprkoys. lc.
KO:i-leceiptg. S.IOO pkgs ; strong; aeet
rn. r.'trSur. "
Dnlath Grls
DULUTH. Nov lJ.-WHKAT-Jn trrk.
No. 1 noillirriL. 7"S-; No. 2 uorthern, 7;-;
J"e"ipr. V4'c: May. '(.V-.
jM.mOa trkia and to arrive, 34a.
' OMAHA WHOLfelALB MARKET.
Coadltlam of Trad aad Haotatleas
staple aad Faacy Prodaee.
EOOS Fresh stock, losa efT, e.
LIVB 11)1 LTRY Hens, 7V&c; spring
chickens, 8H9c: roosters, according to sga,
4jic: tirkes, 14c; ducks, Ic; geese, 7o!tc.
BUTTER Packing stock. 13Vc; choice to
fancy dairy, In tubs, iwgisc; separator, X2c.
KhEHH Jf'ISH r'resn caught trout, 10c;
pickerel, 8c; pike, luc; percii, 8c; buffalo,
ilVflSc; b.ueflsn, 15c; whlieOah, 15c; salmon,
11c; haddock, 10c; codfish, tic; redanapper,
lie; lobsters, boiled, per lb., 30c; lobster,
green, per lb.,2Kc- bullheads, 11c; catrisn,
i4c; black bass, iila:fc; DaliDut. Sc; crappies,
Lc; herilng, lie; while bass, luc; bluellns, to.
Oi'8liuii.o New York counts, per can,
43c, per gsl , 32.00; extra selects, per can
36c, per gal., Lli: aiundard, per tan, tic
per gal. 11.15
BkAN'-Per ton. 314 50.
HAY Prices quoted toy Omaha Whole
sale Dealers' association: Choice No. 1 up
land, 38111; No. 2, 37.60; medium. 37.no;
coarse, 38 60. Rys straw, 4.5i. These pr.ces
are for hay of good color and quality. De
mand fair and receipts light,
lOtlN 4M:.
tIATh- iio.
HY K No. 2. EOc
VEGETABLES.
POT-ATOEB-Co.orado. sou; Dakota, per
bu.. 7'riiiit; nitlve, 6itj',Vc.
SvVKliT POT A I'OLS Home grown, ier
ba.ki"t. S5c; Virginias, per 3-bu. bbl., 33. (W.
NAVY HEANo Per bu., 3i.2o.
CLLERY Small, per dox., 25g35c; larg
Westfin. 4.jc.
ONIONS New home grown, dry, per lb
lHcj r!pnlsh, per cfate. 31 60.
CABRAC5E Wlnconsln Holland. IV.
TL'RNIPB Canada Rutabagas, per lb,
l'ic; white, per bu., 60c.
CARROT fl Per bu., 60c.
PARSNIPS Per bu., 60c.
FRUITS
PEARS Colorado and Utah Kelfsrs. 3L7B,
winter Nellis, 12.26i:2.50.
APPLES Michigan stock. 33.15; Califor
nia Bellflowers, per box, 31.00: New Tors.
OreenVnSMi and Baldwin. 33 3 anting varl-
OKAPEil California Tokays. 31.85; New
York. ?cr 3-lb. bajiket, 30c; ony Ca'uwbas
22c; lni.xrted Ma;aras, pr geg. 35''4M.50.
CRANBERRIES Per bbl.. VI 50; per box,
33.00- Wisconsin Bell Bugle, 39.50.
QUINCES California, per box, 31.75.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANGES Florida brighta and russets,
all sizes. 31.00.
LEMONS California fancy,' 300 to ."MO
sizes, 34.50; choice 240 to 270 sixes, 34.OwiJ4.25.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. cartons, sic;
Imported Smyrna, S-crown, 14c; 6-crown,
lc: 7-crown, ISc.
COCOANUTS-Per sack. 34 00; per dor.
60c.
.IlATE9-rr8lan' Per box of 30 packages.
32.00; per lb.. In 80-lb. boxes, 8c.
BANANAS Per medium fclzed bunch, 32.00
62.50; Jumbo, 12.75S3.25.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
LVc; Wisconsin Young Americas, ISc;
biota Swiss. 15c; Wisconsin brick, 12so;
Wisconsin limbsrger, 12c.
HONEY Nebraska, pe. 24 frames, 33.50;
Ula,.,?nd Colorado, per .1 frames, 3.60.
MAPLE SUGAR-Ohio, per lb., luc.
CIDER-Per bbl., 36.75; per V4-bbl.. 33.25.
HORSE RADISH Per case of i doi.,
packr d, 80c.
NUT8 Walnuts, No. 1 shbft-ahell, per lb.,
15c; hard-shell, per lb., 14c; No. 3 sort-shell,
per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard-shell, per lb.. 12c;
..r1,1"' per "lHc; filberts, per lb,
114llVic; almonds, sofi-shell. per Id., 15c
hard-shell, per lb., 13c: pecans, large, per
lb., lo&llr-; small, per lb., v10c; peanuts,
r.1r.,.,D- romt peanuu. per lb., 7c;
Chill walnut 1. 12&13c; large hickory nuts
Fm. " Jshell-barkn. per bu.. 31.750
2.00; black walnuts, per bu., 3L26; eastern
cheetnuu, per lb., 14c.
KIMKeTNoi. j r".614c! No. 2 green.
5c; No. 1 salted. 7c; No. 2 salted" 6c;
No. 1 veal calf, a to 12 lbs.. SUc; No. 2 veal
calf, 12 to 15 lb 6Hc; dry ailed hides, 8
25u! ,heeP P"- 2i75c; horse hides, 31.5aal
t. Loafs Grata aad Provisions.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. lS.-WHEAT-Higher:
o7Si,r"k cal"V 'levator, nominal: track.
j "inner; io. i casn, 4ie; track,
43:.D.'".cernber- May. 9c.
v,A.iatyMri No- 2 Clln. Sc; track.
S7gvrSc:cMlT ei No- white. 40c.
RYE Steady, 46c. ,
. ." rea winter patents, 34.OO
'Am7 "n1 ",ra,t' w-7O4-06:
SEED Timothy, steady; $2.202.76; with
prime worth more..
vvjiftij.jAi steady. 32.30.
Tic mi iracK, ,
36 "or Tow r: tlmothy' "'WM; prairie.
IRON COTTON TIE8-I1.05.
BAGGING 6 i(66Ac.
HEMP TWINE Sc.
PROVISIONS - Pork, higher; Jobbing,
standard mess. 311.80. Lard, higher, 3.85.
llflCrm RtAnrlv1 Yw A Aw, , . mo nr.
clear ribs. 38.50: short ele-.tr, 38.75.
POULTRY Firm : chickens, springs,
He; turkeys, 1212Hc; ducks, Semite; geote,
s cents.
BUTTER Quiet; creamery, :2m&23c:
dalrv. 18c. .
EGGS Firm, 24c, loss off.
, , . , Recelpts.Shlpments.
Fjurv ' .W 9.C00
v nen r hii am j
jm,1MI
( orn. bll .0 nnft m hAA
A - " . &t,J
OatH, bu 65,000 20,000
Kansas City Grala aad ProTlaloas.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 13.-WHEAT-D-cember,
V'"6Hc. May. 67Mc; cash. No. 2
hard. 71Hr(u:e; No. 3. 6567"c; No. 4, bOfD
SLr'Jected' te,aC9c; No. 2 red. 80c; No. 3.
CORN-December. 36c; May, WmBWVL
iVl ' l mi5e1, 3a'c'' No 4 white, 39H
OATS-No. 2 white, 36o38c; No. mixed,
36c.
RYENo. 2. 49W494c
HAY-Cholce timothy. 39.0060; choice
prtHe. 38 0Ci8.26.
BUTTER-Creamery. I8V4J&20c; dairy,
fancy, 18c. . ,
litGS Firm: Missouri and Kansas, cases
returned, 21c per dozen: new No. 2 white
wood cases Included, 23tyc.
Receipta.Shlpments.
Wheat, bu 138.400 114.400
Corn,, bu 12.000 3,200
Oats, bu 7,000 14,000
Minneapolis Wheat, Floor and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 13. WH EAT De
cember. TVw. May, 77!lc; on track. No. 1
hard. 79c; No. 1 northern, TBc; No. 3
northern. 7eHc. No. 3 northern, 70473c.
FLOUR First patents are quoted at 34.50
4 60; second patents. 34.404.60: first clears,
33.1 00; second clears, 32. 4002.60.
BR.N-In bulk, 313.26.
SHORTS In bulk. 313.26; middlings. $16.23.
Liverpool Grata T.Iarket.
LIVERPOOU Nov. 11-WHEAT-Spot,
'edv; No. ' red western, winter s 2d.
Fn're'. te3dv: December, $j4Vid; March,
8s Msy. 6s 3d.
CON c-f, easy; American mlxd.
3s Mid. Fu'urei, steady; December, 4:icl:
January. 3s !ld.
Mllnasl.ee Grata Market.
MILWACKEE, Nov. IS. WHEAT Mar
ket He higher. No. 1 northern, 79c; No.
2 iinnheru. 7Sift78,jc; December, 7ti'!ic.
RYB Steady; No. 1. SCc.
BARLEY Steady; No. 2. 64o; sample, 44
CORN Steady; No. S. 43344c; May, 42c.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 13 -SEEDS-Clover, cash,
31.d0: December. 36.55; Januarv, 36.80; Feb
ruary, 34.66; March. 3670. Prime alalk,
K1.'. Prime timothy, 11.36.
II-I MnrWet.
NEW YORK, Nov. 13V-METAl.BTln ad
snred lis 6d In lAindun, spot closing at
115 7s 6d and futures at 112 10a. Locally
tin waa a shade higher,, spot closing at
8-S.IXUJ6 l-H. Copper wus lower In London,
spot declining 7s Cd to i.T-6 17s 6d and futures
2s Cd to 56 16a. Locally copper was dull
and mpre or leas nominal, with Lake quoted
at 313.001 13.U0H, Electrolytic at 313.00ra 13.25
and cmtlng at 31300. I-esd was quiet and
unchanged at 34.50 in New York. London
was likewise unchanged, with spot closing
at 11 la 3d. Speller was quiet here and
unchanged at 6c. while in London It was
10s lower, spot there closing at 20 17s 6d.
Iron wss dull bene. The foreign market
was unchanged. Glasgow closed at 4fts 9d
and Middlesborough at 42a 9d. The New
York msrket was quiet and a little lower
on some grades. No. 1 foundry northern U
quoted at 15 1 il.o0; No. 2 foundry north
ern at 814 36i 15,'jO; No. 1 foundry south
ern, 313 75w 14 '25. and No. 1 foundry south
ern, soft, at 313.&&"j 14.25.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 12.-METALS Lead,
dull. 34'V Spelter, weak. 35.10.
(let Market
NEW YORK. Nov. 11 COFFKR Soot
Pl i. steady; No. T Inveic. ftc Mild. firm.
Fu'urea ripened steady t an advance of
6dl9 point'. In sympathy with steady ribles
and small primary receipts. At first trad
ing was oulet and values showed a deel lu
ll's tendency, owing to the presence of
"derate leaUmng orders, but later switch
ing from ivcember to the lster positions
set li which cauwd c nl lerahle activity
without, however, weakening the market,
wliib. on the inn'rirv. became sienl'er
tr.s session prrts-esned. undr covering
en-1 e lenewal of bull urturt. The market
' ed M'ed', unchnsed to 5 points highe.
Sales were 107. 2fM) bags, including Noveuil er
r. 5; D.i'-e-nl-'r ' 6 ti ."; Jn'i"v
CS-: M-rch. 5lji.v-: Mav, 6.'4';
Ji K', .16c; September, t.Xne2c; Utiober,
iJio.
SEWTORKSTOCKS AND BONDS
Appearance Icdicat ti Attempt to Foroa
Prices to Lower LeveL
ST. PAUL STOCK MAD 1 0BJICT OF ATTACK
All Stocka Saajeeted to Atteatloa
from Bear Party Made Recovery
as loos as Direct Pres
. sure Waa Released.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13. A movement to
cover shorts amongst the professionals de
veloped In the stock market today and car
lied prlcej to a level substantially over
last nlRht. This wan after the failure cf
an attempt of the present bear party to
urive prices to a lower level. The activity
of this party has been very apparent a.l
through the week's decline, but they found
themselves practically alone In selling
stock today and finally gave up their
imiIIi y. Their plan of operations seemed to
b" a kind of rotation of stocks. Having
sold United States Steel preferred ana
Pennsylvania as far down as within their
power they picked out 8t. Paul today as
the next leading stock upon which to center
operations. The result was an extreme de
cline In St. Paul of 1 points. The rest of
the market waa very little affected In sym
pathy. As a result of the late covering
movement St. Paul recovered all of Its Ions
and the most prominent active stocks
gained between 1 and 3 points. Pennsylva
nia especially was Inclined to rally from
Its recent severs depression. The volume
of its dealings was about In proportion to
Its recent relative activity In the market,
but the total sales In that stock and the
aggregate sales of si! stocka fell consider
ably below the recent average. Today's
gain for Pennsylvania Is 2 full points.
United States Steel preferred completely
lost Its recent pre-eminence In the trading
and fell low in the list of active stocks.
The buying seemed confined to professional
sources and there was no evidence of any
lars Investment demand. Neither was
there any news to account fully for the
advance in prices.
The bank statement Is expected to be not
entirely unfavorable. Reports that the rail
roads would concede a reduction of export
freight rates for steel products may have
strengthened the United States Steel pre
ferred, although this news Is Indicative of
the general process of contraction In the
trade. The local transactions were helped
by the large transactions In the last quar
ter. The foreign trade stntement for Octo
ber waa considered gratifying In Its show
ing of an expunslon In the value of our
exports of domestic products of 317,782,243,
compared with last year, which Is more
than accounted for by the Increased value
of cotton exports.
Small lots of gold were reported In Lon
don for export and Indications are that
more ran be had.
Bonds wore rather dull but firm. Total
sales, par value, were $1,887,000. United
States bonds were unchanged on tho last
calV
Following are the closing -tuotatlons on
the New York Stock exchange:
Bales, liign. ww. uioie.
...27,100 ftJ-Si B-'ii M
...10.8HO 89
...28,095 73'
210 XT
Atchison '.
do pfd..
Baltimore & Ohio
do ofd
Canadian Pacific .... 3,000 118
Cent, of New Jersey
Chesapeake & Ohio.... 560 Zi
Chicago 6t Alton a,w
do pfd 1.210 67V
Chi. Great Western.. 350 15
do B Pfd 32 W
8XV. 9
72i,4 '.3
87 iH
117V H7H
lo3
2714
28',4
66
14H
25
29'
67
14T4
26
Chi. & Northwestern. 10.000 104 161 162
ChU Term. & Tr..
do pfd
C. CT. C. & St. L...,
Colorado Southern ...
do 1st Pfd
do 2d pfd
Delaware & Hudson.,
Del.. Lack. & West.,
Denver 4 Rio Grande,
do pfd
300 17 17
300 6974 6
200 12 11
40 61 4 51
300 2014 19V4
200 151 152
100 237 23714 235
8
1H
61
20
161
Erie .
do 1st
608
62
ti6V4
4714
63 62 !4
26 26 W4j
pfd r.WO W1V4 K)4 on
do 2d Pfd 1.200 47 47 V4 4'74
Great Northern pfd 1"0
Hocking Valley 800 70T4 70 T4
do pfd 200 80 80 S0V4
Illinois Central 3.449 12SV4 127 128
Iowa Central 10,000 204 20 20
do pfd 2
K. C. Southern 16
do pfd 28V4
LouinvlUe & Nash... 2.355 99T4 884
Manhattan L 2.6S0 139 137 13vs
Metropolitan St. Ry.. 6.9im 112 110 112
Minneapolis St. L. 100 48 48 48
Missouri Pacific 80.400 ' 8'4 87 88
M . K. A T v, 500 16 16 16
do pfd 200 35 34 36
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd. W 36'4
New York Central... 4.296 116 114 116V4
Norfolk & Western.. 2.2S0 64 63 51
do pfd
Ontario & Western.. 1.110 19 19
Pennsylvania 1G9.170 113 111
Pitts. C, C. & St, L
Reading 44,490
40
76
58
57
do 1st pfd 300
An 2d ofd 300
Rock Island Co 2,500
do pfd 300
St I. At R V 1st nfd
do 2d pfd 400 44
St. L. Southwestern
do pfd a"
St. Paul
' do pfd
Southern Pacific .
Southern Railway
do pfd
Texan A Pacific .
Tol., St, L. & West..
38
76
66
67
'44
29
82
19
113
55
39
75
58
2"
57
60
14
12
29
62,100 1 36 135 136
lt7 172 lis 1
41 4014
17 16
72 72
22 22
i 1
25 25
71 69
85 85
19 19
32 32
8.670
5.100
1.000
1,700
300
150
,.81.824
. 200
. 100
. 2,300
15
33
39
19
66
13
75
4-:
KK
14
33
37
18
65
12
74
41
84
8.600 116 116 l'
do Dfd.
Union Paclflo
do pfd
Wabash
do pfd
Wheelina- A L. E...
Wisconsin Central .. 400
do pfd 310
Adams Express
American Express
V. 8. Exprens
Wells-Fargo Express
Amalgamated Copper.3fi.750
Amer. Car& Foundry. 1,000
do pfd 620
Amer. Linseed OH
do pfd
Amer. Locomotive ... S'K)
do pfd 300
Am. Smelt. & Refln'g. 500
do nfd.. z"
Am. Bugar Refining.
InnAiinilA Mtnlna Co
Brooklyn R. T 14.560 , 37
Colorado Fuel Iron. 200 27
Col. A Hocking Coal
Consolidated Gun ...
General Electric ...
International PaDer
do pfd C30 61 60
International Pump
do pfd
National Biscuit ....
National Lead
North American ....
People's Gas
Pressed Steel Car ...
do pfd
Pullman Palace Car.
Republic Steel
do pfd
Rubber Goods ,
do pfd
Tenn. CoeJ Iron...
U. S. Leather
do pfd
IT- B. Rubber
do Dfd
V. S. Steel
41
1'
72
22
If.
25
71
85
19
32
14
15
W4
219
180
100
195
3S
18
66
8
25
11
75
42
M
exchange rates. There was a belief In
some quarters that the Bank of England s
ndsnre In rates msy be advanced, but the
general belief Is that It has only been de
terred. This, with the shipments of gold
to the United States, perpetuates the state
of unsettlement, although It la hoped to be
poslhle to divert the demand to France.
On the stock exchange a better tone pre
vailed. The dealings, however, were Insig
nificant owing to fears of dearer money.
Uncertainty regarding the bank rate pro
duced stagnation. The market, being pre
pared for an advance, disliked the bank's
decision to mske no change. Consols were
weak, but reacted later. Americans were
weak nnd rallied to a fraction above par
ity end then became quiet. Nervousness
regarding possible transatlantic develop
ments retarded operations. The market
closed steady.
PARIS, Nov. 13. Business on the bourse
today opened with prices Irregular snd
stocks heavy. Internationals were Inactive.
Rio Tlntos gained 13 francs. Three per
cent rentes, 93f 25c for the account; ex
change on London. 25f 17c for checks.
MERLIN, Nov. 13. Prices on the bourse
today were firm. Exchange on London, 20m
4nipfgn for checks. Discount rates, short
bills, 3 per cent; three months' bills, 3
per cent.
Sew York Moaey , Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13 MONEY On call,
firm. 4515 per cent; closing, 4 per cent; of
fered at 4 per cent. Time loans, firm and
dull, sixty and ninety days, er
cent; six months, 6i6 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER Six per
cent sterling exchange, irregular, with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at 34.832.Vi
4.8TI0 for demand and at $4.792Mr4.7975 for
sixty days; posted rates. 34.80'Q4.81 and
$4.84S4 .86; commercial bills, $4.79&4.79
SILVER Bar silver, 67c; Mexican dol
lars. 44c.
BONDS Government bonds, steady; rail
road bonds, firm.
The closing' quotation on bonds are as
follows:
U. B. nf. U, re(....10H L. A N. nnl. 4s M'4
do coupon 10 Mmbattaa e. g. 4t.lM
40 Is, res 107 V m,,. Cen. 4i 11
0 coupon 1 07 I do it Inc )
do new 41, rf lMVilMlan. St. L. 4t... '
do coupon Ht'-tiMi, K. A T. 4s "V4
do old 4m, nt HOli do is 18
do coupon 1MV K R. R. of M. C. 4 T4
do reg lOHtiN. T. C. f. IHs 9
1U1H N. J. C. I. ,
M'4
U 91 St
...100
SS
do coupon
Atchison gen. 4a..
do ij 4a
Atlantic Coaat L.
B. aY. O. 4s
do t4
Can. ot Oa. 6.......10.i
do liit Inc (1
Ches. & Ohio 4Ha..im-4
Chi. A Alton SSi ... T3Vi
C, B. ft Q. new 4a.. 4
C, M. A HI P. g. 4a.l09
C A N. W. con. 7a..tsoi4
, k. 1. r. fa.
do col. 5a
roc nu 1 a.,
Chi. Term. 4a
Con. Tobacco 4a...
Colo. 8. 4a
t. A R. O. 4a
Eric prior lien 4a.
..no
..10!
70
No. Pacific 4a.
So aa
Nor. A Weal. e. 4a.. 7
Ore. B. V. 4a and St tl
Pann. eonr. a M
Raadlnf On. 4a
St U A I M. o. (Vim
St. L I I. f. f. 4a. al
St. U B. W. la ts
Seaboard Air Lin 4a H
80 Paclflo 4a MV,
Southern Railway tia.11!1
"11 ' " . .
7S T.. St. L. A W. 4a.. WVi
Mli.lnlon Paclflo 4a lH'H
75 ill so conv. 4a.. '"S
V. B. Steel td .... i
iW.Wabtah la IHS,
t I do deb. B i
MH Wheeling A L B. 4a 4
do sen. 4a H.IK Wis. rcntral 4a
Ft. W. A 1). C. la... KM Colo. Fuel coot. ta.. M
llockins Valley 414a. 1;4
Offered.
London Stork Market.
LONDON. Nov. 13. Closing quotations:
Conaola for mony.89 -l New York Central. ..Ill
do account
Aanconda. ...
Ati-hlaon
do pfd
Baltimore A Ohio.
Canadian Taclflo ..
Cherapeaka A Ohio.. 244
Chicago (1. w ,i
C. at. A 8t. P....14UVI.
D" Boer a 20 '
uanrer a n. u
00 pra
Erla
do lat pfd
do 2d pfd
Illlnola Cantral...
Loualvllla A Naah
tilaaourl, K. A T.
w.ai ii-io.HonoiK ae vvaai-am.
7. Vll do pfd
6, Ontario A Waa tar a.
I Pannajrlranla
TOVRand Mtnas
7
.. 87-4
.. 474
..
..HJit
..1024
1
Readlns
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Southern Railway...
do ptd
Soutbarn Pacific....
Dnlon Pacific
do pfd
United SUtas Steal.
do pfd
Wabaeh
do pfd
(4
!0V4
67
Ma
20 '4
M
J7H
74 S,
42 4
72Va
U
11
u
1
u
I3AR SILVER Steady at 261 Pr ounce.
MONEY 3(&35 per cent. The rate of
discount In the open market for short bills
and for three months' bills la 4 l-lt4 per
cent. .
Bank Clearings.
OMAHA, Nov. 13. Bank clearings for to
day, 31.208,759.99, a decrease of 36,5'6.85 from
the corresponding day last year.
Gold oa tho Way.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13.-Muller. SchaU &
Co. have 3200,000 gold on the way from Europe.
Sfi
2C
37
271,4
815
100
"406
4O0
1110
' 'V
"soo
1
20
400
.... 100
82.823
iflO 146 l'ii 145
700 10 10 10
HO
30
68
S4
11
70
92
2i
68
210
r
48
13
38 .
27
I
74H
8
35
lit.
62
Kill.
34
12
924
20
G8
"
49
"ti8
27T,
7
74
8
10
E-
34
12
'i
W
G8
"
48
"t
27
7
74
8
'16
61
do tfd
Western 1'nlon
V rll, rr fiMnrltles
Total sale tor tna uu, iwi.ivu ai.u.. c.
Bostoa Stork Quotations.
BOSTON. Nov. IS Call loins. tf
nr time loans. 6 per cent. Official
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
Atrhlaon a JJSt Alloiwl
M.i laotral 4a Amaliiamatad ...
Atrhlaon M. pnlr West
So pfd a Blnham
Boston A Albanir. ..,: fal. A Hacla ..
u , n. a Ualiu HI Cantannlal
Buatos F.latd . "1i "MPr Rang
N. T., N.
Fitch burs pfd
t alon FacISc
Max. Cantral
A mar. Buses
o DM
Amar. Tel. 4 Tel.,
I win. Iran A rteal
r.eueraJ Elaetrlc,
Maaa. Eloctrte
do pfd
l otted Frail
V. B. Steal
do pfd
Woattnghouao eoea
Advastura
A H Dominion Coal...,
1! Franklin ,
70'4 Rorala
lv Mohawk
114014 IHinlnloa....,
lit Oaceola
..liflH Farrot
.. t Oulncs
..14 Santa Fa Copper.
.. 14 Tamerai-k
.. 14 Trinity
.. 6 l alted Sutea ....
.. J0 I tan
.. hi Victoria
.. 4 Winona ,.
.. Wolverine
. 4
. It
. SS
. 21
.41.1
. li
. 44H
.
. I
. 15.
. t
. el
. ITS
. 10
ltt
. ti
.
. IT
. IT
. '
''i
.
Naw York Mining Qaotaluns.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13. The follow!
the closing quotuuo . on mining at
Adama Con
I'1
14
, 1
Comatock Tuanol..
Con. l al A Va '
Horn Silwr lu
Iron Silver. Ill)
l..dlll 1 oil 1
I mle Chief 7
Ulfsred.
-urlo
' "hlr
Pfnanlx
-otoet
vage
Sierra Neradn
ocall Hopes ..
fetand&rd
ng are
K-ka:
....4:1
....IV.
I
.... t
....I!4
.... II
1
...tit
Foreign Flnanrlal.
' LONDON. Nov. 13-MONEY-TI,e rates
for rroney were easier In the market today,
but there was leas demand (swing to the
Slock exchange requirements being eitis
fted. The supply was not laJe. New
York's Inquiry for guld was less prrt
aaunoed iuf to Ui allgnt rscovary in lb
Cotton Market
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-COTTON The
market- opened firm at an advance of 10
points on the better cables than expected,
prospects for Smaller receipts for the day
and predictions of more unsettled weather
In tho western belt. Active buying con
tinued during the entire session and with
hardly a reaction the market worked
higher and higher until near the close
December was selling at 11.32c, January
at 11.33c. March at 11. 43c and May at 11.46c.
The clos) was steady with I or i points
of the best on active months. Bales were
estimated at 1,600.000 bales, a total reached
only today before in the history of the
market.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 13.-COTTON-Flrm;
sales. 7,600 hales; ordinary, 8 4-16c;
good ordinary, 9H; low middling, 10c;
middling, 11c; good middling, 11 8-I60 mid
dling fair, 11 5-ltic. Receipts, 17,012 bales;
stock. 239,933 bales. Futures were steady;
November 11.13frl1.15c; February, 11.30(9
11.32c; March, 11.89tyil.40o; April, 11.47(811. 49c;
Mv. 11. &5fc 11.66c; June. 11.67?ll.60c; July,
ll.AtMiVll.437e.
8T. LOUIS. Nov. 13 COTTON Steady,
at 3-16c higher; middling, 11c; sales, 828
bales; shipments, 302 bales; stock, 6.614
bales.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 13.-COTTON-Spot
was In fair demand at prices 12 points
higher; American middling fair, 6.40d; good
middling. 6.22d: middling. 6.14d: low mld-
', dllng, 6.08d; good ordinary, 6.98d; ordinary.
D.isu. rne sales or tne aay were i.uuu nines,
of which 600 were for speculation and ex
port and Included 6.900 American. Re
ceipts, 19,900 bales, Including 17,900 Ameri
can. Futures opened firm; American mid
dling g. o. c. November. 4.03fj4.04d; No
vember nnd December, 6.97Q6.98d; December
and January, 6.94d; January and February,
6 9J'(i6.S3il; February and March, 6.92d;
Mnrch and April, 6.92d; April and May,
6.91ftS.92d; May and June. 6.9KU6 93d: June
and July, 6.9065. ld; July aud August,
6.89d.
Wool Market.
BOSTON, Nov. 18. The Commercial Bul
letin will say tomorrow: "There Is no
change in the local wool market. It la
quiet and waiting. Holders are not forc
ing supplies at concessions, as stocks are
Bina.ll and cannot be replaced, while the
promise Is that all will be wanted before
the new1 clip Is available next spring. Still
there has been a fair business this week
in Montana wool at full previous prices,
while the demand for all grades of scoured
wools Is good. Quite a movement In B
super wools is reported. Advices from
abroad are conflicting, but the general tone
ts easier. At Bradford the operators are
said to have declined 1 per cent. Offerings
at Melbourne hsve contained little as yet
suitable for America. From Buenos Ayres
comes the news that prices are not likely
to decline. Across the water an effort Is
being made to bear the primary markets In
Australia and South America. The ship
ments of wool from Boston to date, from
December 81. 1902, are 304,357,14 pounds,
against 238,836,342 pounds at the same date
last year. Receipts are 277.418,134 pounds,
against 289.597,.'i8 pound J for the same period
last year."
BOSTON, Nov. 13 WOOL Kentucky,
and fine grades. Quotations: Kentucky,
Indiana, etc. -blood. 24ac; -blood. 24(9
26c; braid. 22i3c. Territory and Idaho
Fine. Ilpl5c; tine medium, lt.?fl7e; medium.
1hu19c. Wyoming Fine. 14'illc; fine me-'
dium. lOlfe; medium. 18fjl9e. Utah and
Nevada Fine, lVdlnc: fine medium, 17J
17c. Dakota Fine. lfVSlftc; fine medium,
I8ffl7c; medium, 19fti0c. Montana Fine
choice, ignite; fine medium choice. 19320c;
staple. VxiiSa: medium fine choice. 20fi21c
medium grades, combing and clothing, 17
fi2lc; light fine, l.Vfil7c; heavy fine, 12
t)14c; tub washed, i(yii30c.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frolts.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13 EVAPORATED
APPLES The market is rather easier.
Common are Uted at eittlo. prime at 6f
if, choice at 4V(i4ic and fancy at Tc.
CALIFORNIA DRIED r'H 1 ITS Prunes
remain In quiet demand and- rule rather
easy In tone, with quotations raneing from
lc to 7e for all grade. Apricots are quiet,
but about steady, with cholie quoted at
(ff9c extra choice at W(iloc and fancy
at lliil2Uc. Peaches are steady, choice
being held at "V-tt"." extra choice at 7.3
Sc and fancy at 8(gl0c.
Dry tUoods Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 13. The trade of the
day In dry goods has been more or less
restricted and sellers complain they are
between two Area on the one side Is ths
desire of ths manufacturer to secure more
fur his goods, and on the other the deter
mination of the buyer to purchase at old
prices or as near to them as possible. A
good many ordnra are refused and firmness
Is beiunilng more general.
Whisky Market.
PEORIA. Nov. IX WHISKY-Steady'on
basis of finished goods, 31 '-'
ST. LOl IS. Nov. li WHISKY Steady,
31.51.
PHirAOO. Nov 13 WHI8KY-O11 basis
of blsli wines, steady. 81.25.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 13.-WHI8KY-Dislll-lera
nuiahed goods, steady, on basis of
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
BeefSlteri Sold About Steady, bit Cows
and Ft-edars Were Lower.
HOGS GENERALLY A DIME LOWER
Light Ran. of Sheep and Loan be aad
Market for Killers and Feeders
Raled Active, Steady to Strong,
Everythlac Selling; Early.
SOUTH
Receipts were;
Official Monday
Official Tuesday ,
omo.al Wednesday ...
Oniclal 'j hursoay
Official Friday
Five nays thia week..,
OMAilA, Nov. IX
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
.... 7.414 24.ti.tt
.... h.6-4) ,3 o&,2.8
.... 7,V4 7.M4 Mi'tJ
.... 4,216 6.7u9 3.66
.... 1,972 C.4U 5,910
....2a, 144 Sti,730 7i,3,B
Same days last week 27,330 21.938 71,9.'2
oame week before 33.4ii2 21,32 76.815
ume three weeks ago 34,871 15,34)7 75.2h
(Same four weeks sgo 211,415 lo,4 9n,lso
oame uays lost year 34,334 2,9! 6.1,422
Kj-.Ck.if id r'OK THIS YEAR TO DATE.
ihe loilowing table shows the receipus of
cattle, hogs and sheep at south Omana for
the year to dais and comparisons witb Mast
year;
1903. 1902. Inc. Deo.
8641,490 876,401 k0,0
"8 l.Wi.iOl l,9Ui,2it 4.673
Sheep I,u3,20l 1,44x1,207 139,99
Average prices paid lor hogs at boutb
Omaha (or the last several aays with comparisons;
Data. I IMS. lttU.l01. 1900. llW4.lJ.llaW.
a
22..
23
24
Oct. If.
Oct. 14.
Oct. 17.
Oct. 18.
Oct 1.
Oct. 2ir,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Jvt.
Oct. its.
Oct 2.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oci.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
i 49 7 00 tt 4 82 13
."I
2....
23....
29...,
30....
31....
I...
3...
a...
4...
6...
6...
7...
8...
10...
11...
12...
13...
t 34l 41 911 221 4 7.'l 4 20
a xii 1 ib f a 4 4 4 i
I 7 02J 4 2.
11 I 33
C WtVtjl 2 I 4 Ml
o;- 41 m 281
t 161 Vt) t ttt 4 M
a Jll s b aV,
It'll 4 111
I 71
I ZS
6 ls 8 81
8 OS 8 51
4 97 I 8 61
4 1K t, 59
1 Vi isl til
I 8 64
4 89
4 stii 6 6I1
4 49
4 73 U 61
4 72 6 62j
4 81
4 67
42
4 62
4 64
4 65
0 111
a
6 35
6 25
6 101
21
8 O61
8 OOi
6 89
5 81
6 72.
6 67
6 73
6 72,
I
5 82
6 71
6 71
6 66
6 67
6 74
a
5 72
6 61
8 64
4 621 4 1U
4 61 4 lbj
4 SI
4 13
4 41
4 61
4 48
4 (8,
4.64J
4 62
4 16
4 14
3 70!
3 ti7
8 73
3 71;
8 65,
3 601
3 61
3 69
e
3 84
8 60
M
8 63
8 53
3 63
3 &l
4 1 3 68 3 44
4 la 3 64i 3 41
4 1U, 3 621 3 4i
4 101 8 471 3 US
8 64
4 bill 4 0,
4 47 4 03 3 66
4 6I1 4 01
4 tiO 4 04
4 661 4 04
I 4 02
4 64 4 01
4 67 4 02
A TII A H'li
4 71
4 69
4 74
4 03
4 VJ
4 03
4 ff2
4 84
4 74 S 94
3 3S
33i
3 28
8 41
3 43
3 43
3 44
8 46
3 86l
3 62, 3 64
3 47 3 41
3 47 3 31
3 431 3 32
3 44 3 38
8 84
3 66
8 4t:
8 4t
3 61
8 521
'Indicates Sunday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep. Horses.
C, M. A St. P. Ry
Mo. Pacific Ry 1
Union Pao. System.. 13
C. & N. W. Ry 1
F., E. & M. V. R. R. 8
C. St. P., M. & O.... 8
B. & M. Ry 45
C, B. & Q. Ry 1
K. C. 4& St. J. 1
C, R. I. P., east.. 8
C. R. I. & P., west.. 12
Illinois Central
Oreat Western
Total receipts
87
20 .. ..
13 "7 '4
17
18 .. 8
6
14 IE
4 a
107 23 7
SHIP YOUR HIDES, TALLOW AND V00L
In any quantity and get highest market prices. Write for infor
mation, prices and shipping tags which are sent free by out
house which Is located nearest to you.
J. 8. SMITH
WHOLESALE HIDE MERCHANTS
OMAHA, NEB. SIOUX CITY, IOWA. GRAND ISLAND, NEB.
m l H (7 r4 m 4 S74
SiX M IM 0 m 0 4 S7
.. 4 .0 M tM IX) 7W
l-'4 44) 4 M (1 17. 40 4 40
X ... 4 60 71 ,. ?M .0 4 40
M ... 4 60 46 M7 ... 4 40
f.1 140 4 U te Ml 110 4 CO
SI4T M IM (1 IM ,40 4 0
334 20 4 M 41 :2t .0 4 441
. 40 4 t.0 44 !?1 ... 4 40
27 140 4 6!', M i'K3 .0 4 40
S10 80 4 tl 41 lit ... 4 40
24 0 4t: 104 147 ... 4 ?t
J3 J"0 4 Fill t tto 124 4 :'
2H4 80 4 bl B6 IM ... 4 4i,
9l 120 4 tl'', 43 IM ... 4 4U
23 40 4 62, 44 ..144 ... 4 ',
241 44) 4 H 194 120 4 70
2J 40 4 HV, 32 V,i ... 4 70
2hl "0 4 62 V, 72 14 ... 4 714
11 40 4 45
light run of sheep
very few of those
SHEEP There was a
here this morning and
on sale were ar
killers. Packers all had liberal orders to
nil and as a result the market on anything
that would do to kill could be quoted active
and strong. Owing to the light receipts
the market came to a close at an early
hour.
There waa also a good demand for feeders
where the quality was at all good and ths
market could safely be quoted steady with
yesterday, and also with the close of last
week. Fat stuff is generally a quarter
higher than It was a week ago, owing to
the fact that the demand has been In ex
cess of the supply.
quotations lor grtiss siock: tnoice west
ern lambs. 4.5ia'4.76: fair to good lambs.
34.2f.ti4.50; choice yearlings. 3:!.40e'3.65: fair
to good yearlings, ixiofna.44); choice weth
er, 3 2T.tf3.40; fnir to good wethers, 83. On
8.25; good to choice ewes, 32.50fr2.75; fair to
f ood ewes, 32.2fi4i'2.50; choice leeder lambs,
3.94.10; fair to good feeder lambs taWif
8.75; baby lumbn, 32.603.00; feeder yenr-
llngs, 83.10fff3.30; feeder wethers, 33.4jtW3.2o
feeder ewes, J2.Xo2.2o; culls,
Representative siiles:
10 Wyoming cull ewes
144 Wyoming feeder ewes
5 W yoming ducks
1M Wyoming cull lambs
12 Wyoming cull lambs
13 Wyoming cull lambs
4 Wyoming cu'l lambs
445 Wyoming ewes
ewes
ewes
lambs
ewes
CHICAGO MINNEAPOLIS
lEdivaras, '
Uood
S Co
Main office
rtanhattan Building-,
ST. PAUL, HlNN.
Dealers In
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Bought and sold for cash or On reasonable
Margins.
Members Important Eichaigci,
IrtTte Wires.
Wrlta for 4ur dally market letter and pri
vate telegraph cipher mailed free.
Ship Your Grain to Us.
Prompt Returns.
Best Facilities. Liberal Advances.
Branch Offlea
Omaha Office, ll Bee Bids;.
Telephone 8.114,
mitTlI. WINMPKli,
ji.ooa:.oo.
Tha disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber 01 neaa indicated
Cattle.
Omaha Packing Co 124
Swift and Company....... 615
Cudahy Packing Co .7
Armour A Co 4j6
Armour Co., 8. C
Lobmun & Co 103
W. I. Stephen 82
Lewis & Underwood 65
Livingstone A Root 159
Hobblck & B 23
Morton A Oregson
M. Haggerty 69
Other buyers 310
Hogs. Bheep.
t(9fi
1.046
1,104
994
1,600
656
10
699
464
456
..2,283 8.396
4.416
6,044
Totals
CATTLE! There was a moderate run of
cattle here this morning, but the trains
were slow In arriving, so that the market
did not come to a very early close. Trad
ing was not verv active on most lines and
prlcea held steady to a little lower.
There were quite a good- many cornfed
steers on sale considering the slie of tho
total receipts. Packers, though, took hold
of them In fairly good shape and the mar
ket could safely be quoted steady. Warmed
up cattle of course sold rather unevenly,
but on the average they brought as good
prices as they did yesterday and In fact
some salesmen who had medium grades
thought the market was, If anything, a
little stronger.
The cow market was slow and In most
cases Bi 10c lower. Buyers did not seem to
be anxious for supplies and as a result the
market was alow from start to finish and
common stuff In particular was hard to
dispose of at satisfactory prices. The mar
ket -la now trifle lower than It was a
week ago, though the decline Is not at all
serious.
There was not much of any change In
bulls, veal calves and stags from yesterday.
The feeder market waa very slow this
morning and prices generally a little lower.
There are still a good msny cattle In the
hands of speculators and unlsa ths de
mand Is heavier tomorrow than Is generally
the case on a Saturday, quite a few cattle
will have to be carried over Sunday. The
demand from the country has been very
disappointing all the week snd as a result
prices have been going steadily downward.
Western range beef steers were so scarce
this morning that a test of the market was
not made, it would be safe, though, to
quote desirable grades steady. Cows snd
Blockers and feeders fluctuated as noted
above. Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS-
At. Vt.
...MIS 111
...1186 4 40
...1314 4 4.
.. .1S1C 4 44
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
... 46 I 00 14 .20
COWS.
... m in 1 nt
...mo 3 40
BULLS.
iso , is mo
Ne.
to..
78..
I. ..
II. .
Ne.
IT...
1..
II...
A.
...1217
...1110
...1311
Fr.
4 711
4 TS
4 M
3 U
3 Tl
8TOCKER3 AND FEEDERS.
40 400 1 f5
NEBRASKA.
I 10
3 cows 884
1 cow 1260
6 steers.. ..ll0
7 feeders..
1 steer
6 heifers...
4 cows
1 feeder...
1 cow.
6R1
650
808
670
360
710
13 cows..... 1C0
3 10
2 60
8 25
3 50
1 50
8 35
1 75
3 60
3 00
t 30
1 cow..
1 cow..
1 cow...,
1 cow...,
28 hellers
10 cows...
4 heifers,
1 calf....
6 cows.. .
3 cows. . .
COLORADO.
...1080
...13X0
... 810
. I
. 761
. 061
' 317
. 130
.1030
. W0
3 feeders.. 60 3 01 4 feeders . 745
bis 3 15 11 reeaer.. it
520 2 50 3 feeders.. 630
69) 3 15 3 heifers.. M
684 2 20 4 cows 910
C. A. Fly Wyo.
, 969 2 70 1 cow 1070
3 steers.. ..lm6 3 10 3 steers... 1133
J. W. Twombley Co:o.
4 feeders.
3 feeders.
1 heifer..
i heifers.
18 rows....
3' 3
K5
.11140
mo
956
840
F.d
944)
R.
H feeders. .1124
L.
6 calves.
20 feeders.
1 bull..
2 heifers..
13 cows....
1 steer....
1 cow
2 calves..
1 calf ,
9 cows....
12 heifers...
1 steer...
110
820
793
a
loot)
3 60
3 90
1 80
1 75
3 25
3 60
Huffman Neb.
2 40 25 cows 1044
A. Yeast Neb.
3 10 2 feeders.. 990
Hannon Neb.
1 vo 1 cow
2 40 11 steers...
190 1 steer....
K. Bhepard-Okl.
1 85 1 cow
2 10 7 calves..
2 25 I calves..
2 20
2 75
2 25
2 00
2 00
2 35
2 25
2 60
4 00
2 25
2 00
3 00
3 IS
3 15
2 15
2 30
e
2 25
3 10
4 25
3 60
1 75
2 20
3 00
40
275
750
KM
1190
1 90
2 40
3 00
710
178
357
2 10
3 75
2 25
1 cow 660
1 cow 940
13 cows 877
M.
11 rows 14
7 heifers... 713!
t calves... SoO
1 cow ltfJO
HO()8-There was a fairly liberal run of
hogs here this moming. but quite a few of
them were consigned direct to local pack
ers, so the number actually on sale was not
at all excessive. The market opened gen
erally a dims lower. Some of the good
medium and lighter loads may not have
sold over a nickel lower, but on the other
hand the heavies were a big dime lower,
so the general market was right around
luc lower than yesterday's average. Trad
ing waa not very active, but still ths bulk
of the early arrivals was disposed of in
fairly good season. Heavy bogs sold largely
from 34.45 to 84. 50, with some down to 84 .40.
Medium weights went from 34.62W to 34.65
and lights sold from that up to 84 i2V.
There was no quotable change In the
market from start to finish, as everything
that arrived up until noon sold without
much trouble at practically the same prices
as were paid early. KeprenentHtive svies
Me.
lit.
u .
ti..
41..
41..
41..
41..
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tl..
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.144 14
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len
aa
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4 44
4 4i
4 4i
4 41V,
4 47'
t Jfl
4 U
e
4 W
4 m
4 Ml
4 Ml
4 M
4 44
M...
1.4...
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42...
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St..
...IT
...Ml
...rri
...211
...2"4
..24
...rl
...til
. . 1
...rt
...!67
.. .274
...VI
ev
124
10
10
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111
let
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lea
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J19 Wyoming
118 Wyoming
itft Wyoming
44 Wyoming
8f Wyoming ewes
700 Wyoming feeder ewes
;) Wyoming feeder ewes
!2(' Wyoming feeder wethers....
129 Wyoming feeder ewes
223 Wyoming feeder ewes
31 Wyoming cull lam 08
190 Wyoming ewes
119 native fed ewes
16 native fed ewes
425 Wyoming yearlings....;
129 Wyoming yearlings
146 Wyoming feeder lambs
69 Wyoming feeder lambs
207 Wyoming f4jeder lambs
1052 Wyoming feeder lambs
1 native buck f
103 Wyoming lambs
14 native fed lambs
127 Wyoming cull ewes
300 Wyoming feeder awes
39 native fed awes
84
125
42
45
45
45
95
97
96
95
87
48
61
45
88
91
97
60
105
230
230
72
91
68
67
66
58
110
66
97
86
84
115
1 23
2 00
2 00
2 35
2 60
2 60
2 60
2 85
2 85
2 86
2 85
3 00
8 10
8 25
8 35
8 35
2 16
2 15
2 60
8 00
8 00
8 2S
3 85
8 60
3 60
5 60
8 65
4 00
4 00
4 60
6 00
t 00
I 08
8 25
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK. MARKET.
Light Receipts of Cattle and Fair Re.
eelpts of Hes;s and Sheep. '
4. I Hll.AlHI. INOV. lft.-.A 1 1 l.c-ivcceipia
s.uw neaa. ine marsei; was Bienay. uooa
to prime steers, 35.0045.70; poor to medium.
33.404.75; stockers and reeaers, ja.utxot.ia;
cows. 31.60itT4.10; heifers, 32.00fji6.00; canneirs,
31.60fti2.40; bulls, 32.00ff74.6O; cows, 32.25(87.60;
Toxas fed steers, 32.763.65; western steers,
83.0ora4.60.
HOOS Receipts ' today, 20,000 head; esti
mated tomorrow. 16,000 head. The market
was 10c lower than yesterday. Mixed and
butchers, 34.60-S4.96; good to choice heavy,
34.55&4.85; rough heavy, 34. 2064.50; light,
$4.6Kfi4.90: bulk of sales. 84.5064.76.
SHEEP Receipts, liOOO head. Tho mar
ket for sheep and lambs was strong to 10c
higher. Good to choice wethers. 83.76S4.60;
fair to choice mixed, $3.O0ftr3.76. weetern
sli-p, 32.2514.25: native lambs, 3.75gr6.86;
western lambs, 33. 755. 40.
Kansas City Live "took Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. lS.-CATTLK Re
ceipts, 2,800 head of natives, 490 Texans;
calves, 600 head of natives; stock cattle
slow and weak; branded western cows,
steady to strong; heavy natives, stead;
stockers and feeders, weak. Choice export
and dressed beef steers, 844015.25; fair to
good, 32.15ii4.40; stockers and feeders, 32 80
(!i4.00; western-fed steers. 32.254.40; Texas
and Indian steers, 31.76ij3.25; Texan cowl,
31.50ffi2.25; native cows, 31-25T3.O0; native
heifers, 32.OCidil.00; canners. 1.0u(Zf2.15: bulls,
31.6orn2 75; calves. 32.60f&6.00.
HOQS Receipts, 6.000 head; market
strong to 10c higher; top, 84.97H; bulk of
sales. 84.50(3'4 85; heavy, 34.4iKii4 80; mixed
packers. 34.7(f&4.90; light. 14 lVe4.97H: yorlt
ers. 84.WVf4.97'4: plg, 34.75iS4.87.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4.500
head: market active and firm: "atlve lambs,
3.1 36(i5.30; western lambs, 32.9MB.20; Texas
clipped yearlings, 82.5f84.00; Texas-clipped
sheep, 82.406'3.75; stockers and feedera, 82.00
.63.50.
!Vevr York Live Stock Market.
NEW TORK, Nov. IS. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 8.849 head: steers opened 1016o
lower and closed lSfffSc off; bulls and cows
stondv: steers. 33 90fff3.92H; oxen and stsrs,
83.4t64.90; bulls. 32.35 d4.li5; oows. 31.0OS3.20.
Cables slow and unchanged.
, CALVES Receipts,' 161 head; veals alow;
grassers steady: veals. M60t.60: choice,
Ik 75: rrasers, 33.15: fed calves, $3.60; city
dreased veals, 8615c per lb.; country
dressed, 711VbC
HOQ Receipts. 4.S49 head; nominally
eafler; no ssles reported.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3.483
head; sheep slow to 10c lower; Jamb" tSo
lower; sheep, 32 003.66: lambs, 35.6fKS.O0;
one deck, 86.124; culls. SiOOiS 60; no Canada
'"Exports todsy were 2,400 quarters of beef:
tomorrow 9i0 cattle, 6W sheep and . 8,267
quarters of beef.
St. Lonls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. IS. CATTLE Receipts,
2 600 head. Including 800 Texans; market
steady to strong; native shipping and ex
port steers. 84 25ffW 40; dressed beef and
butcher steers, S4.(VOrS6.00; steers under I.O11O
lbs., 33.lVV(i4.66; stockers end feeders, 32.80(9
3 70; cows and heifers, 32.25fa4.00; canners,
i.50i?t2.00; bulls. 32.1Ott3.O0; calves. 84 0044.60;
Texas and Indian steers, 32.60flS.45; cows
and heifers, 32.0uftf2.70. . ...
HOGS Receipts, 6 000 head; mnrket slow
and lower; nigs and lights. $4.Ex34.90; pack
ers. 34.3 34-75; butchers and best heavy. 14.60
64 95.
BHEEP AND LAMMS Receipts, 1.800
bead; market strong; nHtlve muttons, 83.00
3 76: lambs. 34. 2f ft 5 36: culls and bucks, 32 80
64.00; stockers, 32 00tf2.60.
'St. Joseph Live Steele Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Nov. 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1.667 head. Tha market was active
and steady. Natives, 83stHt6.3f; cows and
heifers. 81.S6fff4.75; atockeie and feeders, $2.60
6 4 25.
HOGS Receipts, 3.154 head. The market
averaged steady. Light, $4.664.96; medium
and heavy, 34.40(ff4.75.
BHKEP Receipts, 200 head. The market
waa active and strong. Lambs, $6.60; weth
ers, 33.86; ewes, 33 35.
Sloas City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITT. la.. Nor. 11 CATTLB-Rw-elpts.
100; market steady. Beeves, 1875
65.00; cows, bulls and mixed, 82.0ui3.0u;
stockers and feeders, $2.6063.60; calves and
yearlings. 82.2MW.80. ,' . ,
H(XJS Receipts. 8.200: market 10c lower,
selling at $4 4564.60; bulk. M 6064.65,
Stack la Sight.
Following are tha receipts of llva stock
at the six principal western cities yeater-
dik.v:
l-liiie.
1 972
CO
E C Uf .MISSION
COMPANY
STOCK8 AND BONDS
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
We have over 150 offices.
References: 176 Stats and Nat'l Banks.
4VR SKRTICB IS THB BEST.
Out of Town Business Solicited.
Oaaaba Branch! ItHSPar ana St. TsLJ4d7
THOS. M. WADDICK. Correspondent
..I ii.i.i.i... 1 111 ui, my.in ,ii.n,.i..,i.iiiiailu.i.r:s
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Deeds filed for record yesterday as fur
nished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, Pil4
Farnam street.
Harry SYledman to Joseph Carr, Sri
of lot 1, block 8, Foster's add $1,000
Mary A. Rushlau to George R. Has
ard, lots 19 and 21, block 4 Portland
Place 25
William R. Moran to Arthur Moran,
lot 22, block 111, Dundee Place 1
John W. Stone and wife to Emmanuel
Chiistensen. lot 124 Wlnsdor Place. 3,000
A. W. Nicke.ll, administrator, to Gil
bert E. Ferry, lot 6, block 100 Dun
dee Place 70
Frank O. Wilson and wife to Bennett
W. Shonqulst, edO feet lot 83Vs, Mil
lard 4 Caldwell's add 2,950
Horace B. Flnlev to Millard M. Rob
ertson, lot 10, block 2 Alamo I'laia
add 600
Sard us C. Brewster and wife to Myr
tle A. Brewster, 1 acre In swe 2ti-16-12
100
Same to Clarence G. Brewster, 1 acre
In sw$ 84-16-12 ITS
Willie Johnson to Edward Flor. un
divided 1-20 neVi of 20 and wVinw'i
21-15-10 1
Frank O. Spear and wife to Ida M.
Scott. n lot 10, block South
Omaha 260
Margaret AHIe and husband to John
M. Welsh, w3o feet lots 10, and block
94 South Omaha 1,600
Grafton St. L. Abbot, et al, trustee,
to Samuel Carr, et al, trustee. East
Omaha Lands )
Charles 8. Huntington, et al, executor
to Parkway Real Estate company,
weat part outlet 274 Florence 223
Parkaway Real Estate company to
Moses Grler, wit outlot 27.4 Florence 800
William R. Growcock and wife to Wil
liam H. Merryweather, undivided
H nwU se4 and nH ne4 se 1S-11-10 2,Ono
Simon Sorts to Elisabeth Evallne
Borts, se4 sw4 84-16-12 1
Sardlus C. Brewster and wife to
George William Knight, Jr., at al,
2 acres In nw(4 35-16-12 2iV)
Frank T. Emerson and wife to The
Western Seed A Irrigation company,
lot 10, block 11 Waterloo, Neb 600
United Real Estate A Trust company
to Joseph Tucheck, H lot 15, block
6 Kountse 3rd add 600
Sheriff to Frank E. Moores, executor,
lots 26 and 26 block 6 Saunders dt
Hlmebaugh's Highland Park 443
erage 68.807: runs Lima 63, 263; average 63.-
632. 1 .
SAVANNAH. UaV, PIOT. U- iUtti
TINE Firm. .
R4JSIN firm. A. . 4j. w, aj. a. r. i-i,
it flu. TV OCA. JT XT 1 1 1 - AT .1
826; W. W. 850.
Sugar and Melasaea. x
NTCW TORK. Nov. 13. SUGAR Raw.
quiet; fair refining, e; centrifugal.
96 test, 81c; molasses sugar, 8c. Re
fined, puiet; No. 6, t.80c; No. T. 4.26c; No.
3, 4.20c; No. 8. 4.16c; No. 10. 4.10o; No. 11,
4.06c: No. 12, 4c: No. 13. 8.86c: No. 14, 3.90c.
Confectioners' A. 4.66c; mould A. 4 95ct cut
loaf, 5.30c: crushed, 5.30c: powdered. 4.8oc;
granulated. 4.70c; cubea, 4.96a
MOLASSES Steady ; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 816420
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 13. SUGAR
dull, open kettle centrifugal 874; centrlfugh!
whites 87-16; yellows la; seconds, 24,6-61-16.
MOLA8SHS Quiet, open kettle 2?ii?3:
yrup, easier, 2iy0.
Omaha
Chicago
Kansas City
Ku l.oul ...
St. Joseph ..
Sioux City .
Totals
. 3 0410
, 8.7(0
. 2.500
. 1.6;7
. 100
.12.839
Htrs. Sheep.
412 6.940
2fl.0iJ 16. 04
6.01)0 4.600
6.0110 l.ioO
3.154 2u0
3.200
44.7(6 27.440
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 13 BUTTER
Steady, good demard. tra creamery
extra near by prints iV.t-
EGGS Good tlemsrd. iresh nearby loss
off. fresh western ll'VJi loss off, south
western 24Vfj27 los off
CHEESE I'nchsnged.
Oil aad
O'L CITT". Pa. Nov.
Hesla.
13 Credit balances
117; i-erllric at.-s 4 loeed 1.79 bid; no siles;
shipment " 407. average 8 11V; runs 92.414.
average 70,9b4. Shipments, Lima 61.714. av-
TALK OF CORNER ON COTTON
It la Started ay a "Wild Wave of Bull
ish ataeltenaeat" S weepies
the Market.
NEW TORK, Nov. 13. There waa a wild
wave of bullish excitement In the cotton
market today and prlcea scored new high
records for ths season. After the call there
waa enough realising to bring about slight
recMSlone. January at 11.20c, March at
11.27c, and May at 11.28a The market at
this level continued feverishly active with
all sorts of rumors, including talk of a
corner la December.
SHARON FURNACES ARE FIRED
Tta Plate Company Starts Twenty
Kills h'sxt Monday, aad Others
Will Follow.
SHARON, Pa., Nov. 13,-Tbe entire
twenty shot mills of tha American Tin
Plato company at South Sharon will be
started in full next Monday. Tha Mabel
blast furnace at Bharpavllle, which has
been out of blast for the last two months,
will also be put In blaat Monday.
Kills Himself Lifting.
HURON. 8. D., Nov. 13 8pecial.)-Tlie
death of William Walt, which occurred at
tha farm home of II. A. Palmer carl:.
Wednesday morning, was a great surprise
and shock to this community. Mr. Walt
waa one of tha early settlers of Bi-adln
county and among Its foremost and thrift:
farmers. Two years since hs removed with
hi wife and son to ths city to take life a
little more comfortably. Tuesday evening he
drove to the Palmer place, and In aKltini;
to remove a hay rack from a wagon lifted
toe hard, tha strain rupturing a blood veaeel
at tha buss of ths brain. At ths tlm h
complained only of a slight pain In the
head, but during the night tha Injury de
veloped and when a physician was called
ha was unconscious and died soon after his
wife reached his bedside' Wednesday morning.

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