THE .OMAHA DAILY BEE: RCXIUY, NOVEMBER 13, 100.1.
LRAIS AND PRODUCE MARKET
Decreu'ag RoipU in Horthwait andOu'
tid Btrenjtk Cause Adraco in Wheat
WEATHER CONDITION AFFECTS CORN
Oats Follows Market
Prolloa Are Fl
! hT Short til Karate
CHICAGO, Nov. H Decreasing receipts
In the northwest and strength In outslrie
markets caused a firm tone In the whrat
lt today ami December rlosed 4rSc
ile-her. December corn waa riff WttiP, oats
were a shade lower, while provisions were
steady, the January products closing from
1 here was a good rommlssln house de
mand and the murket ruled firm aftr
a slightly enster opening. Continued fa
vorable weather In the luce of predictions
to the eontrary' and rather disappointing
tables caused some selling at the start
ana initial sales on IJcremher were un
changed to V,e lower nt it! V" Tii'se. Outslile
markets were all higher, however, and this
fact soon resulted In creating better senti
ment here. December sold up to 77Hc, but
late selling by longs caused a sllgnt re
ceaelun from the high point and the clone
was at 77vi7714c. a gain of ,tfiV'- Clear
ances of wlerat and flour were equal to
4K,6) bushels. Primary receipts were l.lW.
) bushels, against l.lsO.7110 bushels a yeiir
ago, Minneapolis and Dttluth reHirted re
ceipt of 7"4 cars, which, with local re-e-elpt
of 140 cars, none of contract grade,
made total receipts for the three points of
f.'t cars, against J. "TO cars lust week and
1,4.10 cars a year ago.
Corn had to contend with weather condi
tions, which were most favorable for drying
tiut and curing the new crop, and this
feature produced more or less liesrlsh feel
ing. Trading was only moderate with a
good deal of evening up going on.
December ranged between 4. 'Mi1'" 12 Vic. clos
ing ac lower at 44c. Local receipts
were cars, with 9 of contract grade.
Oats ruled steady on a fair demand from
commission houses and shorts. There was
some selling by longs at the aturt, which
caused a little easier feeling, but prices
snort responded to the demand from locals
and closing prices were at about last
night's figures, Iiecember being a shade
lower at M"y?i634. after selling lietween
IS.u33o and 34c. Local receipts were M9
Provisions were firm, with a good deal
of covering by local shorts In evidence.
Huylng of lard, eredlted to packers, was the
feature. Large shipments of hog products,
with Arm prices at the yards, were
strengthening Influences. January pork
closed io higher st Ill.ti'H, January laid
was 2.c. higher at 18. to. while ribs were up
6c at J6.204itl.22tt. .
Estimated receipts Tor Monday: wneai,
40 cars; corn, 200 cars; oats, KA cars; hogs,
ao.Ono head. .
The leading futures ranged as follows!
Articles.! Open. High.l Low. I Close.l Yes'y.
Wheat I I
a Iec. 7ft-Tii
May fia i
Dee,. ' May
n 67HI 11
No. X a New.
Ca aV, miMulliinl were BS follOWSt
. iniHriiilt and easv: winter pat
ents. M.004.wi; straights. tl.ToW4.10: spring
patents, W.ti(ij4.0; slialghts, t3.m 3.80;. bak
ers. 2.Ktl3.30. ,
WHKAT No. S spring. C5Slc; No. 3, 77
JIV; No. S red, 77,i&4c.
iViBwn 42Ue: No. 2 Yellow. 43ic
OATS-No. 1 MWtc; No. white, SI
I) V IT Hit 9t
HARLEY-ood feeding, MViftaSC; fair
to choice maltlrvw, 46.r2'. . , .'
atr.iriiM Fin. No. 1. 2c: No. 1 northwest
em. 8c; prime timothy, 12.85; clover, coiir
. ... -ruflA till Eil
PKOVI8ION8 Mess rork. per bbl., HI
iKi 1 s,rA ier Iiki lbs . f7.0Mi7.ll. Short
rihs. sides looe. fi ?Mr7.75; short clear
l.lea lt,ied. tS.S2VtiS.87V4b
Tha following wer the receipts of flour
Flour, - bbls...
on ih froiliic exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries,
21Vfce; dairies, 14l8c. F.aga, steady at
mark; casea Included, 22tfj24c. Cheeso easy,
HEW VOIIK QEsEHAL MARKET.
Quotations ol h Day oat Various
NEW YORK. Nov. 14 FliOCR-Recelpts,
.2! bbls.; exports, t.tesO bbls. The market
was steady but qnlet; winter patents, $4.00
i4.38; winter straights, $3.St584.06; Minne
sota patents. $4.6fVtHW; winter straights,
JJ.Ortllio; Minnesota bakers, $3.70Cu3.it;
winter low gradts. $2.tsKu$16. Rye flour,
steady; fair to good, $3.2iKit3.40; choice to
fancy, $3 4fe&3.S&. buckwheat flour, quiet
at $2 2E1i2 36.
COHXMKAb- steady: yeuow western,
$1.01; cltv, $1.00; kiln dried. $3.0offi3.06.
' RYE Dull; No. 2 western, tj.'V,o nominal,
f. o. b.j float; state and Jersey, oVuiHc.
BARLEY Dull: feeding, oo c. I. t., tfui-
falo; malting. 4Ktnl0c. c. I. f., Buffalo.
WHEAT-iReoelpts. IWt.UH bu.; exports.
l.t' bu.: sales. l.l20.ttM bu. futures and
15.0m) bu. spot. The market for spot was
firm; No. II red, siSo elevator; No. I red.
8i4c f. o. b., afloat: No. 1 northern Du
liilh, 87110 f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 hard Man
itoba, nominal, f. o. b.. afloat. December
wheat In New York had a strong advance
this morning on reports,-that mills had
nought up all the red wheat here. Other
wise the market was quiet and without
much change all the forenoon. The close
was very firm St fc'fic net advance: May,
M 7-lwaM 1-lrto, closed R2c; July, 7K 7-Wt
TSo. closed 7Sc; December, , &4HMc
tXJRN Receipts. 4S,V0 bu.: exports. 2.925
bu. The market for spot was iiuiet: No.
t. laio elevator and tW'ic f. o. b.. afloat;
No. 2 yellow, 60ic: No. 1 white, 50H0. The
option market was dull and easier on
count of local bear pressure and a poor
speculative demand. The close wus stead
ier with wheat and net unchanged; May,
47tsc. closed 47c; December, 4S-V,
OATS Receipts, afi,80O bu.; exports. Sl,0i
bu. The market for spot wss quiet; No. 2,
40c; standard white. 4i'c; No. S. 4c; No.
t white. Ja-; No. S white, 41V4c; track
HAY Kasv: shipping. 60((T5c; food to
choice. Hi".'.! S2ic.
HOPR Htesdv; state, common to choice,
iwfl. in(;c: 2lt2M4c; olds. WSc; PJ-
cinc coast, 1:j2. lSffiinc.
HIT1KH ttteadvr tlMlveston. xftJ6 lbs.. IKc
California. il'a'S lbs., lc; Texas dry,
SO lbs.. 14c. v
l.KATIIFft-Bterfuy: acid, iniTi2&Ho.
PHOVISIONB Beef. steadv; family,
tl0i'"iH mess, $i OiKfi do ; beef hams,
Sf.'(iL2 75; packet MOutplUOO: city extra
an mess. liS ue-fi'17 l Cut meats, nulet;
t ckletl lie es tM ZNa 10.76: Men e,i snouldt rs
ta.&onib.X; pltkel Imnis. $11. afwi 11.75. lard,
steady: western steamed. $7.4T: refined.
dull; continent 7h6; 8omh America. l J.'i;
com nou ml. $ti&iVuB..a. Pork, steady; family
II" otl; short clear, $13.2xu li.OO; mess, lU.toa
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra.
4)ic: Ja'on. nominal.
TALLOW Steady; city. 4V; country. 44
BUTTER Irregular; extra creamery.
Imitation creanierv. lo'il$c; slat- dnrv, 15
an-: renovated. Ufll7m factory, UWulAo.
til EK8K Irresular: state, full cream.
fancy small colored, September. llc; late
made, lose; small white. Bepetnier. use;
late made. loc; lame colored, Hentemoer,
11c; Ule made. h.c: Israe white. Bep
temher. li.c: lute made. lic.
EOOd Mtrotia: state and Pennsylvania
fancy mixed. Snjllc: stte and PennsvlvS'
nla. seituids to firsts rt-c; western ex
tras, Joe; western thirds to seconds, t-t
To: western flrsta. 24l2tic: refrigerated, 1$
POCLTRT Alive. uncbangeJ. '
t. Inla Uratn and Pravltas.
ST. IOUIS. Nov. 14 WHEAT Hlsher
No t rd. cash, elevator nominal; rcU
7kmc; rweriiber, 7Sc; May. ciSc; No.
rOPN-Hiaher; No. t ch, t'c; track
t iATS 4ibee: Nv 1 cah. Sri": track
5.,r,-; My. Se: Vn. t white, 4
HVK 11. -her 646MWv
S K K D T1moi h v, steady. I 20fr2 75, with
r me weh mor.
ft iH V M A 1 -Hledv IJV
ltV CtT'niN Tll' l Uo. V
aTLOUU yujet; led litter (mtelits, 4
It It A N h auy to firm: sacked.
trn k, ivaiiv.
HaV siulet; timothy
SR.i4( ll (HI.
I'.AiJ'H N'lJ 5iV.
HKAII' TWINK Sc.
Pnuv ISIwNol I'nrV, blRher; Jobbing,
standard mess. 111.). Ijird, unchr.nged,
Jfi.Hf,. Kacon, steady; boxed, extra smuts,
IsiS; clear ribs. 1-UiO; short, cler, ts.75.
POI'LTRY Higher; chickens, c; springs,
10e; turkeys, plr;. ducks, lrutVi Kse, -.
HI'TTKR Bteady; creamery, IffciTc;
KUG8 Firm, 24c, loss off.
OMAHA WHOLKSAIi: MARKET.
Condition nf Trade aad (tnntatlcas oa
taple rtnd Fancy I'rodaee.
K008 Fresh' stock, loss oft, Sic.
UVK lt)l UlU-Hens. iVj'OM.-; sprlnB
chickens, 8V4'n9f; roosters, accuidmg to age,
4'n.ic: turki-js. 14'; ducks, ; geei-e, 7jh.-.
HliTTKM Packing stock, l.;Vkc; cholcu to
fancy dairy, in tubs. Itvyixc; separator, 22o.
KKE3H FI8H eresn caught trout ,10c;
pickerel, sc; pike, 10c; percn, 6c; buffalo,
'VtJt''; bluefUn, Ibc; whiietish, 15c; salmon.
lie; haddock, 10c; codnah, i;; redsnapper,
lie; lobsters, W'Uod, per lb., aoc; loDsieri,
green, per lb.TJx'; bullheads, lie; cattish.
: liiacK nass, vxu.oc; nai.uui, r.', crwyi,
lie; henlng, c; while bass, loc: blueflns, Ml.
UiHTt,hH isew xors couuls, per uii,
43c, per gal., J2 00; extra selects, per can
Xl; K-r ital., M.lb. standard, per tan, 27c
per gal, Il ls
liKAft-fer ton. mw.
HAY Prices iumed by Omaha Wholo-
ale Dealers assuclailnn: Choice no. l up
land, Ix.ihi; No. 2. 17. oO; medium, if.w;
coarse, W 50. Kye straw, $8.60. 'loess pr.oes
are Tor hay or good color ana Quality, ue
mand fair and receipts light.
HVE No. 2. Got.
POTATO EH Colorado. Bfic: Dakota, per
b., 7on7Gc; native, 5ir7cc.
BWEiiT POTATDhS-Home grown, per
basket, one; Virginias, per 3-bu. bbl., 13.00.
NAVY ISliANa-Per bu..
CKLKRY Wuiall. per dot., 2M35e; large
UNIONH New home grown, dry, per id.,
te; Kjmnfh, per crate, II 60.
'A IIHAdK Wisconsin Holland, lHr.
TL'HND'S Canada Rutabagas, per lb-
lc; white, per bu., 60c.
tAHKUlH Per bu., .
PAK8NIP8 Per bu., 60e.
PEARS Colora'io and Utah Kelfsrs, $1.75,
winter N.ilis. Jbvtl.SA.
APPLKS Mlchluan stock. 3.15; Califor
nia Belltlowers. uer box. 11.00: New lork
(ircer.lngs and Baldwins, 3 ?;; " itlng vari
GH.M'IiS Cal fornla Tnkays. 1.65: New
Tork, ptr Mb. basket, 30c: in' ?aiawbaw,
22c; Iniixirted Ma;aras, p-r Kcc, IoId
CRANBKKRIKS-Per bbl.. SM: uer box.
13 00; Wii-confln Hell Bugle. .M.
WU1N-I!;i California, per box, II. 76.
ORANGK8 Florida bright and russets,
all sires, $4.00.
LEiluNS-California fmcy. 300 to yV)
sizes, 94.50; choice 40 to 270 sizes, 4.0o34 25.
1-lCiS California, per 10-lb. cartons. ms:
Imported Smyrna, (-crown, ' 14c; (V-crown,
ltkr; 7-crown, lHc.
COCOANLT8 Per Sack. 14.00: per dog..
DATES Persian, per box of 30 packages.
12.00: tier lb., in 80-lb. boxes. 6c. '
BANANAS Per medium filed bunch. JZ.W)
CiWJ; J umbo, W ibUZ-ZZ-
CHEESE WlsconFln twins, full cream.
12:: Wisconsin Young Americas. 13V4c:
Pluck Kwlss, l,.c; Wisconsin brick, liw.
isconsin l mberger. 12c.
HON KY Nebraska, per 24 frames. $3.60;
Utah and Colorado, per 24 trainee, t&.tn).
MAI' ,K 81IOAR Ohio, tier lb.. 10c.
CIDliR Per bbl., $5.76; per H-bbl., $3.25.
POPCORN Per lb.. 2'cj Hhelled, 3i3V4e.
HOR810 RADIbU Per cane of dos.
packed, HK I
i u IB walnuts, INO. 1 snort-sneii, per id..
15c; hard-shell, per lb., 14c; No
per lb., 13c; No. 1 hard-shell,
per lb.. 12c:
uracils, per id., liraiitoc: niDerts, per id
UilllHo; almonds, soft-shell, per lb., 10c;
hard-shell, per lb., 13c pecans, large, per
lb,, lOille; small, per lb,, Ciililc; peanuts,
per id., b't-c; roastea peanuts, per id., 7c;
Chili walnuts. l.Miac: large hlckorv nuts.
bu., $1.75; knell- barks, per bu., $1.70 (jl
uiacK wainuts. per du.. si.xu: eastern
chestnut per lb., 14o.
HlDES-.o. 1 green, '4c: No. 2 areen,
No. 1 Veal calf, to 12 Iba.-, Xc: No. 4enl
tt f. IX to lt lbs.. H'c: dry raited hides. x
12c; sheep pelts, 2o.5c; horse hides, tl.BOi
Haasas City Oralis and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 14 WHEAT De
cember. 67c: May. oTVitiic: cash No. !
hard. 711,V&7Ze: No. S. WfliDci No. 4. 604x:ic:
rejected, tonublte; No. red, 80c; No. 3, .76
CORN December. 36ti36ic: May, 86"4o;
cash No. 1 mixed, 40c; No. i white, 40c;- No.
OATS No. S white. 363Sc; No. S mixed,
HYK-No. 2. 49fi49e.
HAY Choice timothy, $9.0C459.W; aholca
Bl'TTEK-A. reamery, Wi-ffSOc; dairy
KOOS Klrm; Missouri and Kansas, rases
returned, 21Hc; new No. 2, whltewood
cases included, c.c.
Wheat, bu 117,600 2.t0)
Corn, bu I6001) . l.tmo
Oats, bu 7,000 ,0u0
Mllwaokee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 14 WHEAT Firm;
No. 1 northern, 80',ie: No. t northern, 78(31
7Sc; December, 774j77c.
- RYK Ktrmer; No. 1, ltHg7o.
K A RLE Y Steady; No. Z, 65c; sample. S7
CORN Steady, No. 3, 4t46VsC; December,
Liverpool Oralai aad Provisions.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 14.-WHEAT-Spot,
steady; No. g red western winter, 6s 2d.
future quiet; December, 6s Hd; March, 6a
SV1: May. 6k 2d.
CORN Spot, easy: American mixed. 3S
Uttd; futures dull; December, 4a Hd; Jan
uary, Ss ll4d.
Philadelphia. Prodsc Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 14. BUTTER
Firm, In aood demand; extra western
creamery, 22c; do. nearby prints, 24c.
CHF.KSK-Oulet. but steadv: New York
full creams, fancy, 12c; do. choice, llc:
do. fair to rood, llflllWc.
Minneapolis Wheat, Floar and Bran.
FLOUR First patents. $4 60$i4 TO: second
patents, $400i-4 ti: first clears, $3,60413.70;
second clears. t2.S04i2.60.
BKAN-ln bulk. li.26l shorts, in bulk.
Peoria Grala Market.
PEORIA. Nov. lt.-CORN-Lower: No.
42c; No. 8. 42c.
OATH Easy; No. 8 white. 84c: No.
Taleda leed Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 14. SEEDS-Clovar. cash.
I6 621: December, 86.65: January. a6 i.
asked; February. 86.66; March, 86.70; prima
limoiuy, ei-oo, prttue aisiae, as.fti.
' Dnlath Grala Market.
Dl Ll'TH, Nov. 14 WHEAT On track
no. 1 noruiern, 19; io s northern, Toe
December 76Hc; May, 771i''fl7;Sc.
OATS On track and to arrive, 32c.
BOSTON. Nov. 14 WOOL Kentucky.
nH flit irrAriea Oii.il n t Inn, Waninntu
Indiana, etc. H blotxi. 24'nAc; ti -blood, ii'd
t&c: braid, 224ii3o. Territory and Idaho
Fine, 1443 l&c; fine medium, lnfflic; medium.
iwijic. yomiiuf tne. 1441 lac; nns me
dium. 10il7c; medium, lSHrtlc. Utah and
Nevada r Ine. l.'.alw; line medium. Vi'f$
lTuc. Dakota Fine, 15-iitK.-; fine medium,
16U17c: medium, lseyjic. Montana Kins
choice, lietijuc; fine uiediura choice. lj4ic;
statue, inio-ie; meoiuin rine enolce. 3-ic.
ST. I.OI 18. Nov. 14 woOLe-Sieady: roe
diurn arrades. combine; and cluthlna. 17i;
!V; light, fine, ldiiTHc; heavy, flue, 12yi
a4',c; iuu-wasnvu, isotic.
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Frails
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. EVAPORATED
APPLES The market Is easy under a quiet
Urlnand. wtm common quota at 4is
prime at 6tt,&Vu. choke at 6mjStO and)
fancy at 7c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
ire quoted quiet and about steady as to
tone, with prices ranging from SWc to 7c
for all grades. Aprirota are steady, with
choice quoted at Vyli.c. Peaches show
no kneels! features, remaining quiet
recent prices, choice being quoted at 1n
io. extra rnoica at mse5s,c ana rancya
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 14. META L8 Lead,
dull at 84 221,. Soeller. lower: 85 t ar.ke.1.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14. METALS Demand
from consumers on a limited scale, and
prices not materially altered. Prices for
Irou were reHrted more or leas nominal
at yesterday a Imuus. I .tad was quiet s
84 M. Suelu-r waa dull and iiomliinl a
$56. Tin quiet and nominal at 1 4 do
2a l.'i,. Copper. (uiet: lake, 8U0vyUiu
eiecu ti) 11c, t'J-. casting, ie vu,
ff 1 4 1 ; extra fancy and straight
SEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Markat i Liit'ess with Operation on a
REVIVED RUMORS STRENGTHEN ALTON
perls! f ansea
aa AdTaare la
Also Coatrlbato to
and Maaliattaa Money
NEW YORK, Nov.
stocg maraet t.-as
Operations were on
14. Trading In to.lay's
Imtlesa Hiid natrow.
too small a ecale to
otter nnythlng of a
acter. There were a few points of sirs g.h,
Incmdlng Chicago ,- Alton, on a revival of
rumors i f Its possible atisc.rptlon as a con
necting link In a larger systejn. Bouthern
Rahsray advanced in resisjn-' to ra..hT
vague assertions that the tteahoard Air
Line was In a way to be brought In.o tne
Son 1 horn community of Interest. '1 he up
ward movement In Manhattan continued
on the score of the increase of earn,ng
power through electric operations, us re
vealed In the last statement, tine or two
minor stocks rose without explanation.
The market as a whole fallod .to show a
continuation of yeMerdny's movement tn
cover shorts and prices drilled rather aim
lessly. The bank - statement proved decidedly
more favniable than the forecast had In
dicated, but nevertheless Its publication
was followed by a brisk selling movement,
which centered upon Pennsylvania, cost
ing that stock the greater part of yester
day's gain. Reading and Amalgamated
Clipper also lost more than a point and the
whole list receded to below last night. The
decline In the cash reserves of the banks
proved to be only $2,913,200. Yesterday's es
timates inincnteo an outgo ror the week of
I4.0no.oiio, without allowance for yesterdays
arrival of foreign gold to the amount of
nearly ll.Oon.ooo. The denoslt llatliltles of
the banks have been reduced by $14,U2.6(0,
prlnclpnlly through the loan contraction of
10.24' lion. The reserve requirement Is thus
diminished to the amount of t3.6i7.40O, leav
ing an Increase In the surplus of $744.2iv.l.
it n the railing otT of the movement 61
currency to the Interior which has occurred
nnd the euiiply of foreign gold afloat for
this port, the money market prospect seems
io oner no occasion lor we;iunp.s. with
out counting the likelihood of a considerable
rurther movement of gold this way. The
nvrket closed dull and heavy.
The recent notable abormion In the bond
market has been baited, but prices have
not yielded materially. I'nited States 2s
declined S and Ss and old 4s per cent be
low the closing bid of last week.
j oiiowing are tne einsintr quotations on
the New York Stuck exchange:
Psles. High. Low. Close.
. 12.100 , Wi, (Wi uiVfi
do pfd 100 Kxii
11 2 'a
B. 0 6.S00 73"
409 317 117Vi!
Central-of N. J...
Chesapeake & 0 900 2s4 27
Chicag-o ft A,.,i.i.( 6,liK) XI iH'i
do pfd 1,2.4) ui 67
Chicago Great W.... 310 14T. 14S
do H pfd
Chicago At N. W-...
SWO 1624 162 .
cnicago T. 4c T......
C. C C. ft St. 1
do lKt pfd
du 2d Pfd
Delaware ft Hudson.
Delaware, L, ft W..
Denver ft R. O
do 1st pfd
do 2d Pfd
K. C. Southern
U ft N
Met. St. Ry
Minneapolis ft St. L.
M.. K. ft T
dO pfd e
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd
N. Y. Central...
Norfolk ft Western..
do. pfd.;. . .
Ontario ft W
P., C, C. ft Bt. L
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co
Sr. Louis ft 8. F
do 1st pfd......
do 2d pfd
St. Louis S. W
lltHs , 115H
ii',356 3fi si
S.700 234 22H
200 44Vi 44Vs
17,600 13CV4 13&V4j
Southern Paclfle LOW 4'H 4Ui
Southern Railway... S.oM 17 17'
do pfd... 700 78 72V
Texas ft Pacific 600 22H 22i
Toledo, St. U ft W... fOO 1711 JWt
do pfd 3K) 2514 ir.iZ
Union Pacific IO.SoO 71-4 '70;
do pfd 206 S4H4. 854
Wheellnar i U E
200 22 S2Vs
Wisconsin Central... S") 15 15H
do pfd ' 200 34 34
Amal. Copper 16, 3 . !7
Am. cur " 1 , J""
do tifd '. 6 ho
Am. Linseed OH
do Pfd -..
Am. Pmeltlna; ft R... 200 4?4 42
do pfd phi !!'
Am. Sugar Reflntne:. l.S.'O 116S. 115ii
Anaconda Mining Co
Brooklyn R. T 6,120 S7fc
nlorado Fuel 1... uo lift zi
Columbus ft H. Coal
loo em 614j
pressed Steel Car....
Pullman pslace Car.
Tenn. Coal ft Iron...
800 584 tli
U. S. Leather
V. 8. Rubber i
do pro 11
IT. S. Ptesl 'i-Oj
do pfd n.oii
Western I'nlon , 10
Total sales for the day were 235,300 shares.
Boston 8tock Qaatatiaas.
BOSTON. Nov. 14--CaJl loans, 6fi
itei Mana. usvfiTi new cent.
closing prtcss on stocks and bonds
Atehlaen 4a Allouea ........
Mas Central aa em,a.-r ..
Atchison SJ4 p.,, Wert
4 Pd 114 Blnthaoi
Boston A Albany cat. A He. la..
Soetoa a. Haiua Ill uyper nana
.IJHi Doiumloa L'iMti ....
N. Y.. N. H.
13 .Isle Koyale
.... sv. Old Uoulaioa
.... avi uuincy
....HT Santa Pa Copper...
.... I Taiuarack
.... 14 ITrlBlly '.
ee linked Statea
.... 1114 flak
t alus raciSu
Doaa. 1. A
General Electric ...
t ailed Vrutt
II. S. Steel........
West lughouas coca
Sew York Mining. tlaotalUss.
NEW YORK. Nov. It. The following are
the closing quotations on mining stye
.. l I it tie cbist 1
. . U tlnterle ...tZe
.. Ill ilulilr 110
.. "Mioeslx 4
. . es Potest a
.. e Haves it
..lor Small Huyea !J
.. 1 Blaudard -uu
( on. I si A Vs..
Asseasmenta paid. Offered.
Baak t'learlnga tor Week
OMAHA. Nov. 14. Bank clearings for the
wees aa compared with correspoudlng wee
1, 473.083 63
l.M.X l 70
1.3W .77 C 87
t learlaaj lloas Averag.cs. .
NKW YORK. Nov. 14-The statement of
averse:" of the tleiinng liouaw banks of
ttus city for the week an. w- Uaiu, t9.
Uu.Ouo; UvMreaaa, flo,24u,M. iHpvalut, 4o-,-
41S.lm; decrease. $14, . Circulation. $4T.,.
S".'1"!; Increase. $!iif.Ml I.enil tenders,
i..o:i0.4'i; Increase, Jw,sst. Miecie,'$iriH.441.
sow; decrease. i;.H.l'i. reserve. $.'1H.4-';.1';
dfcrase. $l,.?I3.J)". Reserve reoiilrinl, $.'13.
iy.77.:; riei rene, $1.o.4"0. Surplus, $6.l ts,
4J"; 1ncr'fte, $;i4,2i'. Kx-I'nlted States de
lH?lls, li,30S,,; Increase, $tj7l',0To.
lev york Money Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14 MON EY On cull,
nominal; no loans; time loans steady; sixty
and ninety days, 8 per cent: six months,
f.V'6 per cent; prime mercantile paper, $
8Tr.ltl.lNO EXCHANGE Fairly steady,
with actual business In bankers' 1lil at
$432T'u4 8375 for demand, and at 4.7t. i'
4 7M75 for elxtv-dav bills; posted rstes, $4.mh
IjM.M and $4.84'S4.84S4; commercial bills,
SILVER Bar, oS'.c; Mexican dollar!.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
The Hosing quotations on bonds are as
V. 8. rf. S,
. .l'-lS I.. A V unl. 4 ....
. liw't Msnhaltan r. (. 4
..1"7 Mr. On. 4l
..liT'4' ilo 1M Ine
. .1.14't Mins. St. h. 4s..
M., K. A T. 4s...
do Iff, res
do tirw 4i, r?i
do old 4n, res
do 4'Olipnn ....
do &m. rnx
do cuiipon ....
nnn ao 2i.
r.ll.ii, N. R. K. ot M.
,.1"1 N. V. c. . ..
N. l. r. t t ..
,.W No. raeiflc 4l
.. me dn 3
AO hlsnn sen
do s1j 4...
B. A O. 4l...
Central of til.
4i sti.'Nur. Ac WeM r. 4i
Or. 8. b. 4s anil ot sit
. ttt Tenn conr. .. 4
Rca.llna tlen. 4a W.
. 1 fil. b. ft I. M. c. ta..)Hita
.tmVi Bt. L. ft S. F. 1(. 4s. sit
. V4 I St. U s. W. l 1
do Int. Inc
Chen, ft Ohio 4'..
P'tilt'Sico & A.
i ., B. Ik a. new 4
. 94 ISrahnnnl A. L. 4a ...
St. P. I. 4a.1" So. PaclBc 4s T
M con. ta..tiiH4 S.mttiarn Railway ta.llJH
C. R. I. P. 4
. . l'i rcaat ft t'aiinc i...ii.
. M IT., tit. L. ft W. 4s.. C
. aii'til nlon Pariflc 4s IOJ14
do col. 6b
tVC II b 4a.
t"hl. Tfrtn. 4
Con. Tobacco 4s..
Colo, i Ho, 4s....
II. A R. tl. 4s ...
Krlc prior Hen 4s.
do sn. 4s
iSI do conv. 4i
64 ', V 8. Steel 2
fl WatKsh la
M I do deb. U
9Mi W. ft L. K. 4..
s.ln Wis. Central 4a
Ft. W. A l. f. is
. .1vs) eCols. Fuel c. ts.
tloiklnj Vlllsy 4Via.hu.i
I.ondoM itock Ksrket.
LONDON, Nov. 14. Closing- quotations:
Consols for money. &T 11-lf New fork Central..
do account 17 3-lt Norfolk ft Western.
Anaconda , do pfil
AtchlMin Ontario ft Western.
do lifd J-W Pennrvlvania
Hummer Cllila... Tii't, Rutd
Canadian Pa.ltlc 121 ,
Chrnapeake ft Ohio. lt
Chlcaao O. W i'l
do 1st pfd .IB
do :d pfd io
r . m. A
do pfd -.
dn 1st pfd....
dn 2d pfd
I'nited states 8ti
Lmdevllle ft Nash. .102
Missouri, K. T... 17
HAH SILVER Firm at 27V4d per ounce.
MONEY 31:1 uer cent. The rate nf
discount In the open market for short bills
and for three months' bills la fnl'i per
LONDON. Nov. 14. ifonev was fulvlv
plentiful in the market today nnd the de
mand was moderate. Discounts were
steady, the withdrawals of gold for Egypt
being offset by 2.500.000 leaving Bombay
today. Prices on the Stock exchange were
firmer, but trading was listless. Consols
hardened and home rails were steadv.
Americana opened at a fractional advance
on bear covering, and business was nominal
ana irregular, with prices mostly below
parity. They closed quiet. Grand Trunk
was firm 011 expectation of better tralllc
returns next week.
PARIS, Nov. 14 Prices on the Bourse
today opened firm, then business became
dull ahd irregular and the market closed
calm. The private rate of discount was
2 15-16 per cent. Three per. cent rentes,
98 francs 22H centimes for the account.
BERLIN. Nov. 14. Prices on the Knttrse
today were stronger In sympathy with the
tones 01 ine western exchanges.
, Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14. COTTON The
market opened easy, 7 points lower to 6
points higher, the gain being confined to
August, while nil the active months were
lower under disappointing cables, better
weather than predicted, the outlook for
large receipts and week-end realising. Fol
lowing the .call fluctuations were irregular,
but comparatively narrow. At first the de
clining tendency was checked by the exe
cution of overnight buying orders and mod
erate bull support, but a little later the
market yielded to Wall street pressure-find
room selling, declining to a net. loss of
about loHt night's figures byjpoverlng. Trad
ing was moderately active. Receipts at
the ports today were bales, against
65.631 last week and 82,007 last year; for the
week. 430,000, against 431,078-last week and
323,463 last year.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 14.-COTTON-Futures
steady. November, 11,02c bid; . De
cember, 11.0&iill.0(ic;' January, ll.Ltft 11.13t?
February, 11.1HW11.21c; March, ll.3t&1l.3lo
April, H. 87611. 3Uc; May. ll.46iy.ll. 46c; June,
U.62(tjll.6.1p; July, ll.ofVfi 11.67c. Spot quiet:
sale. 2,750 bales; ordinary, 8 6-1 tic; good
ordinary, 9c; low middling, . 10c; mid
dling. 11c; good middling, 11' 3-lc; fair
middling. 11 9-16c. Receipts, 12,874 bales;
stock, 228.180 bales.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 14 COTTON Spot
quiet; prices 4 points higher; American
middling, fair, 6.44d: good middling, t).26d;
middling, 6.18d; low middling, 6.1 -d; good
ordinary, 6.02d; ordinary, 6.82d. The sales
of the day were 6.0uo bales, of which 60O
were for speculation and export and In
cluded S.600 bales American. Receipts,
20.0UO bales, all American. , Futures opened
and closed oulet. American middling, g. o.
c, November. e.OtigS.OSd: November and De
cember. 6 Wva5.99d; December and January,
(Kd; January nnd February,. 6.93'5JMd;
February and March. 6.83d: March and
April, 6.93d: April and May, 6.924j6 93d; May
and Junet 6. tied; June and July, 5. Hid; July
and August. o.HOd.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 14. COTTON Steady,
Middling. 11c. Sales, 70 bales; receipts. 1.100
bales: shinments. 65 bales; stock, ,HW Pales.
Oil aad Rosin.
OIL CITY, Pa,, Nov. 14. OIL Credit bal
ances, ai.li; CCllllluairn, ,iv wiv., 11 v "
96.858 bbls.: averaee, 86,815 bbls.: runs, 8o,6s4
bbls averasre. 71.7 bbl. : shipments. Lima.
80.397 bbls.', average. 70.728 bbls.; runs, Lima,
3.X5 bbls.: average, M.&zu oms.
SAVANNAH, Oa., rsov. 14. 01 Le-iurpen.
tine, dull, 66c. Rosin, firm; A. B, C and D,
2.10: ti. 4-.10; r, a-.oti; , e-.'. ri. -,
. 82.70: K. 82 0; M. 82.90; .N- 83.10; W. G..
M ! W W.. 12.50.
1U;V 1 urttv, nuv, 11. uiLr-v.uiioiistTu,
. ..... . . . . - . -, t t r r . -
dull: prime crude, nominal; prime yellow.
8ivi4a4c. Petroleum, firm; retlned. New
York, 19 SO: Phi'adelphla and Baltimore,
common to 'good, $2.60. Turpentine, 6t3
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. COFFEE Spot,
Rio. steadv: No. 7 Invoice. 6o: mild, firm:
Cordova. 7V(ul2!;c. Futurea opened steady
at an advance of IVWIO points on higher
Kurooean cables, small Interior ban ton re
ceipts and Drivute advices stating that tha
present bantoa nnwering is a lauure. 1 no
buying was chiefly by recognised bullish
Interests. After the opening prices worked
to a level about 10 points higher all around.
I ,ii ter. however, there was some realising
afid tha market was finally steady, net 6
to 10 points higher, with sales of 65,150 bags,
Including jNovemner at u.ooc uecemoer,
6.60c: January, 6.6,'(i5.70c; February. 6.8tMiJ
6 K&o: March. 6.So'a6.:c April, s.ifcSHt. we
May, S.ltrrpo.joc; juiy, e.oc. Drptemoer, e.w
46. 35c;. October, 6.40c.
agar aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. SUQAR Raw,
crushed. 6 3Jc: powdered, 4.WJc; granulated,
4.70c: cubes, 4 95c.
MOLASSES Steady; New Orleans, open
kelfle aood to choice. 31'il42C
.NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 14 RUG AR Dull;
ouen kettle centrifugal, SI.'il-IHc: ceninf-
ugal whites. S l.'l-lbyi'ac; yellows, S-'slialic;
seconds, a't.'ii X o-loe
MOLASSES tulet; centrifugal. 12'ff2c.
Syrup, easier, 234 Joe.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14.-DRY GOODS
The week closes with sellers occupying
even a nrmer position tnan before.
thotiah buyers are still willing to antiti-
tmta their reouirements to a certain extent
they are finding it difficult to have all of
their offers' accepted. Jobbers In tha ma
turity of sections are experiencing a dull
period, and the outlook Is. no, for imme
Kaw York lan ports anal Exports.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14 Th Imports of
dry goods and general merchandiKe at the
port of New Yolk for the week wure valued
Exports of specie from this port for the
week were f443.450 sliver and itl.iil) gold. .
Imports of specie at the port of New
York for the week Were f 44 320 sliver and
St. Joseph Live toe' Market.
8T. JOSEPH, Nov. 14 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 407 head: market ttendy.
HiKIS Receipts. 8 828 t ea-1: market
Heady to 6c higher; light, tl.L5"t.95; me
dium snd heavv. $4 45475.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. J00 head;
maiket firm, lamb, ei M, t Ultra, $4 (u;
test, 3-; niolasees sugar, jc; rennea, qu et;
No... . 4.3'Vj; No. 7. 4.25c; No. 8. 4 2c; No.
. 4.15c; No. 10, 410c; No. 11. 4.05c; No. 12.
4c; fs'- 13. S.tOe: No. 14, 3.9Jcj confectioners'
A 4 55c: mould A. 4.95c'. cut loaf. 5.3 O'.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
All Kindt of Cattl Lower Than Week Ago
deep; Choice Bangs Eeef Steer'
HOGS ALSO MUCH LOWER FOR THE WEEK
Herelpts of Kherp Liberal All Week,
bat o lias Demand Killers Are
Qnarter Hlaher, Vltll ,
Feeders Are Steady.
SOI TH OMAHA, Nov. II.
Rectluts trt re:
Cattle. Hops. Sheep.
OffHinl Mondav 7.414 3,2 2I.5-48
Olllclul Tuesday .'. C.73 8.V.'vt
Otllcial Wednesday 7.HS4 7.M4 8 078
IMHclal Thursday 4.115 6.7( 3.ii
Olllclul Krld.iv 2.2-' t.4'i7 o.'.'7''
OlHcial Saturday- 4 o.iiio tvil
Week endlna; Nov. 14 2s. 4'.2!k 7S 1
Week endltis; Nov. 7 27.KK 2n.fA"
Week cndinit Oct. PI .11.104 2I.M5 7h.:i4
Week rmltn Oct. 24 :I4. It. 4X1 7'V1V:
We-k tndinar t)ct. 17 27.113 lS.2ti8 8'i .3: -5
Same week lust tear 34.3.H JS.9SS H.44J
KUCEIPTS KOK THE YEAR TO DATE.
The lollonins: table shows the receipts cf
cnttle. hogs and sheep nt fctouth Omaha for
the year to date and comparisons with iast
Cattle V ft...7:i4
tor Iioks at tiouttt
Aciafc'5 prices paia
the last several das v.uh tum
Data. I 1P01. i9u:. 11901. 11W0. II. 1?. Il7
5 49! 7 00
6 :''.,! ( 91
6 22 1; 7 If.
e I ) 691 S 61
4 20 3 5
4 161 3 701
4 51 4 15!
4 68- 4 61!
I 4 U
6 0.1'J ( 92
6 Oi'SI 82
a id's! e u
4 Jl 4 1!
6 14, '4
4 111! 4 Hi
4 48 4 13!
4 (81 4 !8
4 61 4 h
1 4 10
Oct i6. .
, 3 4;
4 I I, 59
4 6o 4 0v
4 47! 4 i:
A 7't A LI ! 4 111
. 3 56
4 81 '4
6 721 4 W 4 041 3 45 t 41
I 4 6014 04: 1 4o; 8 43
6 82i ! 4 02i
5 71 14 UGi
6 71 4 64 4 01
4 671 4 U
4 711 4 t
4 6" 4 03
4 74 4 03
i 621 3 54
3 471 3 41
3 47! 3 31
3 42! 3 32
3 441 3 88
I 3 34
A F-ir! 11 91
4 74) 3 M
4 561 6 28
4 67 3 9:
The official number of - cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
llOKS. eneep. norurs.
C, If. A St P if.
I'nion Pacific System.... 3 .. 1
C. & "N. W 21
F. K. & M. V 14 .. 1
C. Bt. P., M. &. 0 3
H. & M 14
C, B. i Q 14..
K. C. & St. J 1
C, R. 1. & P. east 2 ...
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Great Western.. 6 ..
Total receipts 90 4 I
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated;
.. 610 ...
Omnha, Packing company..
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing company.
Armour & Co
Armour & Co., Sioux City..
Totals 6.546 Wl
CATTLE The same as usual on a Satur
day, there were practically no cattle on
safe this morning. For the week receipts
show a slight Increase as compared With
lust week, but compared with the same
week of last year there Is an Increase of
fcbout 6,000 head. The supply, however, has
been large enough io meet tne demand,
r.s Is shown by the fact that noarly all
kinds have suffered quite a sharp decline.
There have been more corn-fed steers on
the market this week than for some time
past, but most of them were of the short-
fed variety. The general market could -be
quoted U6i25c lower than the close of iast
week on all kinds. Some of the common
and warmed-up kinds may br even a l.t-
le worse than that. The ton price of the
ween was oj, wiucn was pant lor a .very
choice bunch of Hereford. The bulk of
the warmed-up rattle sell from 31.00 lo
$4.25. with some below $4.00. Fair to gooi
cattle go from $4.40 to $4.75 and good to
choice from $4.80 to 85.30.
The cow market Improved a little early
In the week, but since thun tho advance
lias an neen lost una more, too. it would
he safe to quote the cow market generally
a dime lower than the close of last week.
The better grades of cows yesterday suf
lereu tne greater decline and In a good
many rases iney naa to sen more thun a
(Time lower than the same kinds would
rave brought the week before. Cinnera srs
going largely from $1.50 to $'.10. fair to go id
grades from 32.15 to $2.40 and good to choice
all the way from $2.40 to $2.90. Occaslona'ly
n extra choice load of grassers will bring
a little more than that and corn-feds have
also sold up to $3.25. but most of the corn
feds are simply warmed up and bring no
more than the grassers.
Bulls and stags -are also lower for-the
week, and In fact are at about the low
point nf the season. Bologna bulls sell
from $1.50 to $1.90. with the better grade
oi grass duhs going iroin 12.00 lo 32.50. Oc
casinnnlly comfed bulls come In good
enough to bring around $.100. Veal calves
have been about stendy all the week, sell
inr rrom ta io to so.nti.
This has been about the most disastrous
week of the year to d:tte In the stoeker and
feeder division. Prices have been going
teadllv downward, and In units of that
fact the detiand from the country has
been very light, and aa a result a good
many cattle will be carried over Sunday.
As compared with Monday, the market ts
fully 1oji20c tower, which make prices the
lowest of the season. It Is noticed that
yearlings and short twos are selling morq
freely than the heavy cattle. Buyers seem
to want cattle weighing from t'-oo to 800
pounds, to rough through the winter, but
tney want good quality sturr. Tne com
moner kinds of stockers and feeders are
now selling from $2.75 to $3.00. fair to good
from 83.00 to $J 40. and good to choice from
$.1.40 to $3.75, with something fancy as high
as $4.00. or even a little better.
The supply of western grat-a beef steers
of good quality has been very light, and, as
the demand lias been in good shape, prices
are firm on mat cinss oi onermgs. torn-
inon stuff has been more or less neglected
the same as usual. Range rows and
stockers and feeders have fluctuated tha
as me as noted above.
HOGS There was not an excessive run
here this morning and. as the demand wus
In fairly good shape, the market improved
a trifle. The general market could be
ouoted strong to 6c higher. Some salei
looked no more man sieaay, wnne oiners
were safely u nickel higher.. Trading was
fairly active, so thut the early arrival
were all disposed of in good season. Heuv
hogs sold from $4 50 to $4 55, medium
weights went from $4.55 to $4.60. and light
so d from 14. W to if. iu. 'i nere were n
choice Hahts on sale this morning, whlc
Is the reason why there Is not a better
ton to the market.
For the week recelDts have neen Quit
liberal, there being a gain of about 10.UOO
head, as compared with lust week, and of
bout 2.ouo bead, as - compared witu in
same week of last year. The tendency c
nrices has been steadily downward, wni
has carried prices to the low point of tii
vear to d:ite. The net loss for the wee!
amounts to fully 20c. representative sates
Pa. at. bb. rr.
4 40 "
4 41 '4
4 17 'a
4 17 "a
M . . . .
4J. . .
81IEKI'-Ilecclut of sheep hav been
quite liberal this week, as there is an ln
crease over last week of about G.iXa) head
and as coninared with th same week of
lust year the gain amount to about 1:4.
bead. On Tuesday the receipts broke all
previous records, when over 36.OU0 bead r
In spite of the big receipts the market
kas been In gid shape. The bulk of the
offering consisted of feeders, end as tilers
wa a lilieial lU-mand tor killers the mar
ket On tl.at class advanced just alwut t';ie
a compared with tl; close of last week.
The better grades, of course, showed the)
greatest Improvement and sell the most
The f'H'iW msrket ensrtl off a little the
first of the week owing to esressive re
ceipts, but since then n lirsprsl demand has
developed, nnd at the close of the week the
pens are pi actkally empty, with piles
steady with the close cil lust week. The
better grades. In fact. la - be quoted
strong and nctise.
cjiiot:i lions for grass sfo k: Choice west
ern lambs, 84 6f4.7p: fsir to good lsmb.
84.2."fr4.50; choice yearlings, t: e"U3.7r.; fair
. , .. ..I , 1 ..... . in- . 1 . . t . ... ...i i, .
crs. 83. 2:1 .1.60; fair to a. kI. wethers, 8.ti'ff1
336; g(d to choice ewes. 3i75fi1W; fair to
good ewes, 32.50i2.75; chol.-e feeder lambs.
-t.9"Hi'4.1ii: fair to good feeder lambs 8.1.251
3.75; baby lambs, 32.0w2.Mi: feeder year
lings, 8.1 liii 3.30; feeder wethers,- 1fV1f1.2..;
feeder ewes, 82i2.2i; culls, t1.tVii2.tAi.
4Hii native fed vennlngs 91 3 fc ,
CHICAGO 1.IVR STOCK. M4.RKKT.
Light Reeeipta at toek, rllh Markets
Nominal r "Heady.
CHICAGO, Nov. 14,-CATTI,1e-Recelpt,
jno head. The market was nominal. Uood
to prime steers. fn.ftdi3.iU: poor to medium.
13. 4 .41-4.76; stockers and feeders. $2.iii4 25;
tows, fl.oflfr4.10; heifers, t2.VH4i5.00; runners,
f1.ntfi2.40; iiulls. t2.M.Si: c-ilves. $2.J1M,
7.50; Texas fed sleert-, $2 7iiil1.55; aesteru
steers, 8.!.("fi 4 ..Hi.
HOtiS Receipts otly. 1.1,000 ' head; es
timated for Monday, .oo1 head. The, mar
ket was stendy st yesterday' close; mixed
nnd butchers, ft -Joint.!; good to choice
heavy, ti.nTWr4.a5; rough heavy,- t4.,H4.tk);
llcht. 84 50fc4 lN; sulk of sales. t.6'iJ4.8.
8I1EKP AND LAM HS Receipts, i.M0
bead. . The market was steady.; guinl II
choice ' wethers, $3.7514.60; fair to choice
wethers. f.'l.76;i4.50;t fair to choice mixed,
$3.0Pii.t75: western shevp, $2 25frt.2S: native
lambs, $3 75Su.85; western lambs, $i.(54r.40.
Kansas C ity Mve Stark 'Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 14 -CATTLE-R-reipts,
1,000 head; market unchanged; cholee
export and dressed beef steers, 3l-404.23;
fair to good, 32.hVu4.40; stockers and leed
ers, 82.6 44.00; weatern stet-rs. 62.2mi4.40;
Texas and Indian steers. $1.7Sf 3.25; TrXas
cows, $1.Mtt2.25; native cows, $1.2(x&3-00: na
tive heireis I! rt,i 4 li : canilers, 1.0P4i 16:
bulls. $l.W.'(ii2.75: calves, 82 .5n4i.0tl. Receipt
for week: Cattle, 59,000; calves, .!M.
HCK1S Receipts, . 4.000 heud; market
strong; top, 34.9m: bli.k of tales, 84.604 .85;
heavv, t4.4mu4.fO; mixed packers. tt.704 90;
light, $4.8X41.97',; yorkers, $4.90jj4.9?v4; pigs,
f4.7nUr4.Kiia. Receipts for week. 41,600. e
SHKF.P AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,0 1)
head; market strong; native lambs. t3.3o5))
6 30; westerd lambs, t2 954i5IO; fed ewes.
f2 Sutfi.TSo; Tixaa-cliited yetirllngs, M.tWti
4.00; Texas-clipped sheep, 82. 4041-3.75; stOfk
ers and feeders, f2.WKb3.5o. Receipts for
It. I.oals Live stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. If CATTLK Receipts,
4"0 hewd. Inctudlnr 3) Teasns: maiket
steadv. Native snipping find export steer",
f4.nWi5.50, the top for strictly fancy; dressed
huef snrl hnicher steei a. tl.rv.irtj.2ni steers
under l.Oifl lbs., f3.604US.6O: -stockers and feat
ers, $2.2im3 75; cows and htliSis. 2.i..io,
for corn-fed hewers; fanners, i.ion
15; bulls, f2. 00(5-3.75; chives. I3.ooiqu.oti-;
exas ana inuinn steers, not-uaw, vov
nd heifers, t2.0P4jl.80. .. .
HOU8 Receipts, 2.0U0 lieau; insrKet
strong and higher; pigs and lights, 4.4iwu
85: packers, 4.i)m. io; ouicners ana urai
8HKEP AND LAMMB Keceipis, neaa;
market quiet; native muttons. f4.on'f-6.8o;
lambs. 83.0 S W: culls and bucks. $2.00ijj4.o;
stockers, $2.0o4.00. -
Xerr York Llva Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. BEBVES Re
celpts. 19 head, consigned direct; no sales
reported; dressed beef, steady) city dressed
natives, ovine per io.; i exas oeei, okio-s";
eported exports tor lotiay ow oeevc-s, uuj
heep, 6.257 quarters of beef.
CALVKtS Keceipts. none; anoiu i ncaa
on sale. A tar ot western caives soiu at
1.00; city dressed vesls. 8ll3c per in.
HOUB Keceipts, 2.0'Jt nena; an consigneu i
SHEEP AND LAMBB Keceipts, 4,4l
head; sheep rated about- steady; lambs,
low, 10jl5c lower: snout 4 cars or stocg
nsold. Bhecp, t.'.Ho'pa.su; cuns, r2.uu; lumps,
25U6 25; one little nuiicn at lo.74j; a car
f Canadaa at $o.5u: dressed mutton, bUit; 1
dressed ltimbs, general sales, 7',4olOc.
'. flonz C'lly I.lTe Stoek Market.-,
ElOIIX ' CITY. Nov. H.t Special Telo-
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 100: s'eady.;
i-cevea, t.'1.7rMi5.00; cows, bulls and mixed,
t.'.00iT3.2O: Blockers and feeder, -t2.ttifta.tw:
t;tives.and eaiilngs. 2 io4ij..5o. .
HOUB-Receipts, 4,euti; strong at it.wi?
.60; bulk, f4.iitMlr4.tt. - . , '
. . stuck In Slnbt.
Following re the receipts of
at tha six principal western
Bt. Ixiuls. ....
St. Joseph .,
Sioux City .
MORGAN TO PLACE THE BONDS
Will Take Fifty Millions of Lake
Share Debentares Bearing
I'oar Per Cent.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. Debenture bonds
of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
railroad,' authorized lnt week to the ex
tent of 150,000,000, have been taken under
contract; according to the Herald, by J.
P. Morgan ft Co. It Is likely that a large
block will be taken abroad and the balance
underwriten by a local syndicate.
At a special meeting of the Lake BUor
directorate, tha plan for marketing the
bor.ds has been discussed and gQProved
At tba meeting held last week a debenture
bond Issue Of ' f&O.OOO.OOO, bearing Interest
at tha rate of 4 per cent, was authorised
to car for tha unfunded debt of the com
pany. The great hulk of tins debt wa incurred
by the purohase of a half Interest In' he
holdings of stock In other lines acquired
by Kuhn, Loeb & Co., for the Baltimore &
Ohio rsllroud. The note for this (lock.
aggregating f J5.000.000, mature in January.
MRS. OELRICH RECALLS GRANT
File Formal BeToeatlon of Order
Restarting Power of Attorney
lu Her Husband.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14. A formal
revocation of the power of attorney which
Mrs. Theresa A. Oelrlchs granted to her
husband, Herman Oolrlrha,. on April 21,'
1887, was filed here yesterday at the request
of Mrs. Oelrlohs. Tba document Is" ahort
and wa executed In New York, November
t, before a commissioner of deeds for Cali
fornia. It revoke the powers granted of
control over all property belonging te Mrs.
Oelrlcli In this city and state generally. ;
Mrs. William K. JVanderbilt, Jr., a sister
of Mrs. Oelrlchs, 'is also to revoke th
WOULD YOU INVEST $50. TO MAKE PROFITS
OF $5,000 AND MANY TIMES YOUR .MONEY
BACK IN THE WAY OF DIVIDENDS? '
If so, buy COLITMBUB CONSOL1D ATL313 GOLD Ml NINO f.'OM PANIY'd
8TOCK OT THT5 BL.ACK 11II.J-jC SOUTH .liAKOTA, AT W CENT8 FEU
SHARK. This prlca subject to previous sale, ss I have only a limited amount
of stock to offer at this figure. Fifty dollurs Invested. In Homectak stock when
It first started shows profits as B?bove. and there -Is no reason why Columbus
Consolidated should not do a well, as Its claims cover part of th same or de
po:v a tha liomeslake. Th Columbus Company starts with. 616 acres of
ground, working seven mines; ha a emull mill In operation that 1 producing
about $10,000 monthly. The company i out of debt and haa flM.OU) on hand
with which to build, a 1. two-ton mill, contract for which 1 about to be let. A
soon a thl mill 1 finished th property will be on a dividend-paying baals.
Thia la th beat proposition ever offered to th publlo in th way of a mining
stock, there 1 at least f 10 worth of gold ore in sight for every share or stock
issued. I will agree to pay the expenses of a trip to the Black Hills and r
turn to any one who will agre tojake at least 12.600 worth of the stock if
the proposition Is a repreaented. Don't fall to writ for particular con
cerning thl company. Block 1 sold on th Instalment plan, if desired, at P0
per hundred ahares, hi payments of $7W down and 11M per month.
HERBERT S. SHAW,
Of KICEI 14 AKD 18, MOW' PA LACK HOTBI
Jlfjcrtnct Wetter Bunk, oJVntfr, Col ' ' . ' .
power of attorney slis ia Mr. , Oelrtchs,
on April 21. W. The document In whkli
she revoked telrlcbs' tlghl to legally rcp;
resent her In btisinesa matters on the r ,m
has arrived In San Francisco, but b:i 11 1
yet been filed for record.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14 Oreat surprise
was occasioned' In New York by the an
nouncement that Mrs. Theresa A. CVlrtcha,
wife of Hermann Oclrlehs, hat revoked the
general power of Attorney which she gave
husband In 18PT. For many years
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oclilchs were prominent lit
New York gticlety, but they have not taken,
ns prominent A part as usual fn social af
fair this season.
MOB EMULATES CARRIE NATION
Illinois "tout Sterna
llfanlte Reslat.ir tit
RLOO.MINUTON. 111., Nov. 14 -A mob-of
several hundred men, wtAnen and children,
at Colfat (orgunlscd this morning and pro
ceeding to a building Jur-t erected !.r. F. D.
Ralcke, a brother of "Kankakee." ltnown.
as a "cold storage" plant, complmeiy rnzed
Threats had been made by 'Se tic.lr--Abets
element, but the contract.- t f I
a Inrge force ef carpenters and ptiitwiV. to
resist any attarki They were nutndmbre:l,
however. Wnrrnnts have lieen sworu our
and the trial Is set for next Wednesdnv,
nnh Attan Building,
ST. PAUL, fllNN.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Bought and sold for cnxh or n reasonable
Members Important F.sekanaes.
.Irlvate Wires. - .
Write for our dally market letter Arid prt-1
vat telegraph cipher mailed free.
Ship Your Grain to Us.
'Best Facilities. Liberal Advances.
Omaha )0lce, 10l Ilea. Bid. .
DILI Til. WIXMPFG.
STOCKS AND DONDS
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
We hav over 150 offices.
References: 176 Stat and Nat'l Bank.
OIR gBRVlCB.IS THE BEST.
Out ot Town Business Solicited.
QrasbaBrsncbi MUFar am St- TeLJ47
, THOS. M. WADDICK, Correspondent.
1 1 1 i . 1 1 1,., iin.n i.i. j . .Hill .. asa .... .. ia. Lg&a
Boyd-Gox Commission Go.
Room gill Srvt York Life Building;.
Commencing Monday, November Hi,
will have the fastest grain market In
city. Orders - carefully and promptly
euuted. i' ,
41 ma ha, eb.
COTT O N
MORR MONET baa bD mvtW In COTTON thn
tn stocks snd without th accompanying rlok.
Thert 1 a 8 A KB and 3 IRK wsr to msks MONKV
in COTTON now. You
ant all tha
pr(Hi and Bons sf th
A booklet that eiplatne
In detail how to mako
money In Cjotton.
44 A1LKD KKKB upon ntlusM.
H. A. Doraey Sc Co., BO Pino St., N. Y.
Vj . National Bank
of Omaha, Neb.
Capital and Surplus, $600,000
PtAlX MUtraT, PraS. U!t t. WM, V. ftm.
LUTBCf DUItt. Ci tkier.
riAsK T. lAMIlTONt Atst Cathay.
Receive seeoanta af banks, sank. re. eeowr
atloua, Irou ao4 taaUvldsals sa favorable
Forelsn Bechance koueht and loll. . '
letters at Cradlt laaue4. available In all
Sa,ite of the vorld. .
Intenet pels Tim Certlflcatea ef Depoett.
. t'olleetlona made promptly aaa sooseoilcallr.
' We reejseet correapoaseaee.
Vp-to-dut Miriitiff l'i.i-ei .
fully illustratr.il, rontniu
Ing all the Ij'vit n
from tha, fsmoui ii (ii.i.i.
Including Tilt) CilfJHit AND
i, . mixif'u jotHXiLi
it m4 3i., n.
NOT AFFECHKD BY W'AT.I, fJTSJBIC'r.
Enabling owner of approved propmu to
l)KVKM)i- KXIKMs 1041 if
IXDIATKIAI.I, BI1LWA1I. KIKES
and similar enterprise. Addrasa with full
(ictrtlls. - .... t
J. 8. WHITE, Manager. Security l.tft
Ins. Co., 61 WAUw, HTRKKT. NKW YORK.
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