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TIIK OMAHA DAILY nKK: TIJr.SDAV. XOVEMHETl 17, 1003.
FOR SALE HORSEI, WAG05, KTC.
MONROE sella plea aura vehicle at Ml N.
MU ef P-6U
BECOND'HAND top buggy with rublsr
tires, KO; runabout, t!2 nd 11 f. Ander-
scn-Mlllard Co.. 1616-118 Capitol Avf. Tel,
21.
P-275D11
NtW and 24 hand rehlclea for sale; re
pair. It. Froat, 14th and Leavenworth.
P Wtf
TOP buggy, almost now: a Me: anop. A. W.
Johnson, with John Deere Plow company.
P-MM D13
FOR HALK or trade, ont 4-year-old bay
Bullion, broke and well bred; good
speeder. II J. Mortenaon,- 1916 6th sve..
Council Bluffa. P-128 1G
FOR BAIB 4TJentleman'a roadster, mnre,
t yeara old, guaranteed sound and gentle;
any lady Tin drive her: for sale, alao, a
high-bred Kentucky mure 8 yeara old,
alnglefooter and an excellent riding horae;
will ae'l both horses at reasonable figures,
A. D. Brandels, Boston Store. T 667 lx
FOR BALE Two fine trotting; bred brood
mare; one Ir fast, tha other a known pro
ducer. Both registered and In foal to Hd
Heart 3d. 2;19 ("Ire of Chain Shot, 2:n'..
Cell), eon of Rad Wilkes. W. II. Dwlght,
L Mara, la. P M 673
FOR BALE A ' large family horae and
etanhopa In Rood condition, very cheap.
Call at Cady'a stable. 2nl Bt. Marya ave.,
allev. P-M 671 1x
WASTED KKJIALH HELP.
glrla.
Call Canadian office, 16th Dodge,
C-in4
WANTED-A good cook,
era, 1120 Park ava.
Mrs, T.
J. f.oj.
C 4U5
WANTED Ladlea to Introduce to tha fam
lly trade a tab'e luxury, both local and
fur traveling ; aalary paid. Apply morn
ing to F. W. Tlbblta, room 23, Midland
notch C-M257 18x
PLENDID chance for ladles to learn
halrdrasring, manicuring or facial mss
saga by our method of free work and
careful Instructions; more actual practice
In one week than by apprenticeship in
mon'hs; visit' our puflora and aee for
yourself. Moler College, 1302 Douglas- at.
c Miia ix
THE SMITH PREMIER EMPLOYMENT
I'KPAHTMENT furnishes stenographer
without charge. Tel. 124 or call at omce,
, corner lith ana Farnam sta. ,
C-M1H D7
WANTED, young lady of good address o
represent ua on tne roau. nne propo
sition on holiday order. Call 12 to 2.
Ml paxton block. . C-Mfil 17
A COMPETENT GIRti for general house
work. In family or three, zm Mason.
Dinins Chairs
Mahoga-ny or 3oV i Oak, well made and
k etrohg, il. in to 4.ts.
RAKER FURNITURE CO.
C-M562 22
WANTED Olrl for general housework a
No. 27'U Dodge at. C M 69
WANTKO SITUATIONS. '
WANTED Situation by young man, 23
yeara of age, good addreas, has had five
yeara' experience in clerical and oftlce
work;, can furnish first-ciusa references
Addreaa U 41, Uee. A 278 lDx
SITUATION wanted Sight reader planlat;
permanent poaitlon; orchestra experlnnce
Address U. 4. Hee ornc. A MaJtwix.
SITUATION wanted by competent Indy
atenographer with reliable firm; special
attention to speed and acuracy; 4 yeara'
experience; test references. Addreaa
V 65, Bee Office. A M539-17x.
DANCING ACADE.MT.
MR AXDMr. Morand's 15th and Harney,
aduita Tuesday ana rtniay, a p. m.; a.
V .'. 1 a I ..' ...I ., .. .1 .. . .LlUpan U ........ 1 ..
10 a. in. and 3 p. m.; all danoea taught
rapidly; private lessons our specialty.
oaiiy. calk or isiepiion wu.
. M828 Dt
CHAMBERS' Adhlt, , beginners .Tuesdays
ana Maturaays. s p. m., commencing nai
urrtuy, Nov. 21. Private lessons any time,
timet phone nr,i ; kb. Aii4o. 2121 jarnam,
' . -, " '2
CHAMHKRfl Children a classes Wednes-
UMJfl . . I ) , I QAIUIUtt)!', , ' ' I
'Phone JT1: Res A 1745.
ai" 1 ' 1
day i.nd Saturdays, commencing .Nov. zi.
31
"WANTED TO Bl'V.
DON'T Bit
Iva your furniture and carpets
away. J.
Davina pays tha hluhat ensn
price.
Telephone nl,
N M213
WANT the best to that will buy. What
have you? Address U W, Dee Oflice.
N-M470 IT
11AVB lust sold my property to ths Chi
cago Great Western; am In the marke:
for a good bargain, either improved or
vacant. Addreaa U 6(1, Bee. N M4l 17
WANTED, a second-hand guitar. Must b
standard make and in good condition.
State full particulars. Address W 4. Hee.
' . N Maib-lSx.
WANTED, a limited number of white rata
and mice, guinea pigs, ferrets, rabbits,
fancy plgeona. 111 fact, pets and birds of
all kind. Please give description of your
stock. Address E. L. Frederick, Kearney,
Neb. - ' N-M&87
t. 1 .- 1
OSTEOPATHY.
Johnson Institute, 615 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. T. 1C04
501
The Hunt Infirmary, McC&fu Bldg.
T. :xz.
-2V
Ataen Far well. Paxton Blk., 604-7.
T". 1SU5.
6t3
DR. ORACE DEEUAN, M,
2680. - '
Y. Ufa. Tal
-CM
DRB. LAIRD LAIRD. 2DJ Karbarh Bile
M-107 N2l'K
AUENTS WAMKl).
WANTED Canvaaelng agenta In every
county to solicit auliaci'iptloua to THIS
TWENTIETH CEN'ILMY FA ME 14,
Steady employment with assured good in
come. Agents In the country with home
and bugay especially desired. Canvassers
nidke easily 100 to lino per month. Ad
d Century Farmer Bolioitura' Bureau,
Hee bulldli g. Omaha. J 213
ron lALivrtRMTtkK.
FLLL Una of hard coa4 stoves now on sale.
Chicago Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge at.
. ' 0-512
OAK sideboard for sJe,
2209 Spencer sL
O-&SH
SAMTOIItlM.
OMAHA Florence Sanatorium. "Phono Rea
.-2J44 ; 1 blk. w. of c.ir line. City 'phone, llfi.
City bath and massage parlors, 21:1 Lake.
6S8 N-J9
L. . - l.'-J
VIIOHTIIANU AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN B A NT'S school.
717 N. Y. Life.
574
NEB. Puuintss Shorthand College. Bo l'a
Theater. 6;5
L . ... !-'
ELECTRICAL TREiTKEXT.
MME. SMITH, baths, lis N. 15, Jd floor, r. 2,
T Mifil DOx
FLORISTS.
HE&8 ft BWOUODA. 1411 Farnam. 671
L. HENDERSON, f.orlst. 15i
Farnam Bt.
-41
BA1.SJ TIES.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co.. 811 N.
16th at.
WJ
14ISTI MES.
COSTUMES for rent. Back,
3318 6. 2ith si.
V MI'J lec!
rtRKITIMB PACKING.
Peterson aV Luudberg, Hi B. 17th.
Tel. L-23wi.
H fcli)
WANTFD TO 1IOHHOW.
WANTED To borrow tQ to Il.OUb at T pet
cent 00 g'Joa boutn on. ana runtai prop
aity; aecuruy aoipla. Addreaa T (6. Ba.
' M-3.1
LAWN MOWKHS.
tliAKl t.NtD. P. Msliboii, 1-ih & llowrd.
-nil
W AJITKI S A I.K'MKI.
WANTED Bide line aaletrmen to aell from
photoarapha; tc"d line; ID per cent com
mtfulon. American Chewing Utim 'o.. Bt.
t,nii(, Mr,. M '.; Ifiu
I.Ot KKMITH.
C. R. lIEFLIN. 30 N. ICth at
Tel. 2H74.
AttORDlOV n.KATINO.
ACCORDION pi
atlng,
A, C.
cheepeat, next.
Mark, 17th and
-M7
qulckeet. Mrs.
Dotiglaa.
COaTlMUS.
Theatrical end maaq. l.leben, 101S
Far.
CAnPENTEHS AND JOtSERS.
ALL k'.nda of carpenter work ana repairing
promptly attended to. J. i. uciu.ireo,
WtYt and Iake ate. 370
M1.1ICAL.
THOB. J. KSLLiT, voice. Davldga block.
mm
LKTOV8ICY B ORCHESTRA.
Tel. L 2684.
ii
COR ICGM.tKEHI AND TINNERS.
BAVAOE. 2S22 Farnam, furnace work, cor
nices, rldgeroil guttera, sKytignta. Tel. niju
M HKl 1 Hj
DICTECTIVKS.
CAPT. T. CORMACK, 617 Karbach block.
Tel. A2W2. -620
DEBOUT Detectlva agency, 708 N. T. Llfa.
Tel. sr40.
9S2 N18
KXPEnT ACCOt?ITANT.
O. R. RATHBUN, room 15, Com 1 Nat l
bank. Private leaaons In bookkeeping,
to. 671
GOLD AND SILVER PLATINO.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Be bldg. Tel. ZXb.
FIR DRESSING.
JT. E. WALLACE, Taxidermist, 906 8. 13th.
701
GARBAGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., Cleans
ceaspocla and vaulta, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices, b.l
N. 16th. Tel. 177. 663
IIOHSKS WINTERED.
HORSES wintered.
Black-lU3.
-
43d and
Center. Tel.
84t 29x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
BTILLMAN fc PRICE, 410 1st Nat. l)k. bldg.
666
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., let floor N. Y.
Life bldg., attorneys and collectora every
whors. FAWN BROKERS.
EAGLE Loan office. Reliable, accommodat
ing; all bualneaa confidential. 13U1 Douglas.
' (V-6
PATENTS,
H. J. COWOILL No fee unless successful.
18 8. 16th Bt.. Oinalvn. Tel. 1798
STORAGE.
OM. Van Btor. Co., U11V4 Fam. Tel. 155-2.
678
TICKET BROKERS;
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Philhln, 1X6 Farnam. 'Phone 7M.
' ' ' 577
WANTKD-VTO RENT.
WANTED, room and board In private 1am
ily, not too far out. Quote rates. Ad
dieaa W 5. Bee. " K-M5a6-tSx.
1 1
LOST.
LOST -H.tndsome i.strakan boa; suitable
reward If returned to Hee Hualness Of
fice. . " Lost M54U-17X.
LOST Blind bay horss.
13th. . Reward,
8.
Kohn, 22C.4 g.
itat 558 lfix
LOST A bunch of keva with hrass
tag
marked 70, between 20th and Nicholas a
nd
ii.tn and ilrlstol. J. T. Realty, coal of
flee, 24th and Franklin. Lost M 570 It
LOST Pearl off of brown fox bon. Return
to 311 W. O. W. Bldg. and receive reward.
LOST-Misi) 17
L 1 1 .
When You Write
To Advertisers
1
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pan to mention tha fact that you
aaw tha ad In Tha Baa. .
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
Qautatloua
f the Day
oa Varieaa
-' Caatiuedltlea.
NEW VoRK". Nov. lftJ-FIX)fR -Redelpts,
Sti,o;i2 bhls.; exports, 10,70 bhls. The mar
ket was dull und easier; winter patents,
$4. (414. 35; winter slraights. 13.!Dti4 (15; Min
nesota patuuls, S4.C5-ff l.io; winter straights,
$3.iiu3.3i: .Minnesota bkcrs, fi 7iX.8.");
winter low grades, 12.8tKnd.la. Rye rlour,
quiet; fair to good. 13.23.40; choice to
fancy, 3.4Mj3.55. Buckwiieat flour, easy
at 12.25'(ii.3r..
CORNMEAL TJull; yellow weatern, 11.01;
city. tl.O"; kiln dried, i.M,ti3.lx.
.RY12 D14II; No.-2 western, ti2'c nominal,
f. o. t,. artoat; stale and Jvraey, jr(uv.
BAH LEY Quiet; feeding, 4X- c. I. f.. Buf.
falo: mulling, 48f(ix; c. i. f.. Buffalo.
WH EAT Receipts, , 288,150 bu. ; exports,
8.124 tin. The market for spot was easv;
No. 2 led, KVjC In e'evator; No. 2 red, Sio
f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, S7'o
f o. b. allo.it; No. 1 bard, Manitoba, 110m
ta?al ,f. o. b. afloat. After a slight rully on
covering of IHcemlwr shorts here wheat
developed heaviness which la sled all day.
Selling was bused on bearish weekly sta
tistics, a heavy Interior movement, poo'
cables, lock of export demand and weak
ness In outside markets. The marhet closed
VjjV' below Saturday. May, 81 7-lWiMI -lHc,
clotted at (IV; Julv. 7s14Jj7Se, closed at
7Vc: Tw-ceruber, k5'vfiriTc, closed at Se'4c.
COHN Receipts. ti,7t bu. ; exports, 13.
9S1 bu. The market for soot u easier;.
No. 2. 4!c In elevator ana 4iA,c f. o. b.
afloat; No. t yellow, 4li,c: No. 2 white,
4st'o. Option market war dull and earner
In sympathy with wheat on favorable
weather news, esy rablea and liquidation,
closed N.tisc net lower. May, 47j47'.c
dosed 47Vc; Iiecemlwr, 18S4!lc. closed tit
4M.C
OAT8-R?ceipls. 148.000 bu.; exports, 131,.
9T1 bu. The market for spot wna dull: No.
2. 41V ; siandurd white, 41V-; No. 3, 39Vic;
No. 3 white, 41'c, No. 3 wilite. 41c; track
White, 4UI4.C.
II AY steady ; shipping, 60j7&c; good to
choice. (Sii!iz'ic.
HOPS Steady; slate, -common to choice
V.x, S4'o32o; Pit.'. ri'i25Hc; olds. S'ac; Fa
cllic coast. 19ii2. 12tfil8c.
14 IDE8 Steadv: Galveston. Jf4i25 lbs.. 18c
California. 21ti25 lbs.. l!ic; Texas dry, 24'rf
30 Ins.. no.
I.EATHER-Flriu; acid. ?32V4c.
PROVISIONS U.?cf, steady: family.
gin.iHsri 11 un; mess, ss.ii.js.mi; oeer Hams.
! lii.i."..i;2 73: packet. ISOiKulO W; city axtra
Indian Mess.- ili.imvi i,.iu, :; meats. Irre
ular: plckied bellle. tft.0nb.00 pickled
..1, ui.A. ..bl..l b. ., ,1A-' .........
Saoiliuei?. ii nivi im'iii7. iovi ' I o"-
Lard, dull: wstem sleamed. 17 5i; refined
,nleiT pnntlnent. S7 ": South Ani"Hca. 1 R
cmnDound. Jti.0ni.7!i. I'ork. stidy; family
t'Kf); short clear, H3.2T.4j lj.mi; mess, tlM)y
1.75.
R1CF Steady ; dnmesttc, fair to extra
4ViiH-: Japan, nominal.
1 ALIAJW Dull; city. 4Vic; country, 44
S4c
HlTrF;RRecelpts. I314 pkgs. : firm
creamerv. Iftit TVjc ; stale dairy, 15h3uc.
CHEESE Kcc'diitii. 'J.jiiO pkgs. : Irregular
state fu'l crain, fancy, small colored
)1V; luie made. lic; small white, Bep-
temtver. ll,c; late maae. louc; large col
ored. Seiitember, U'.o; late made, 10.c
large whito. September, llc; lata made,
li.c
EOGB Receipts, l,lu pkgs. ; etrong; west
em. r'i s-.
ltlCLTRY Alive. nominal: dressed
firmer; western chickens. 1213c; fowla.
114 iiw;. turavys, i. wisc.
!!) k (.rata Market.
Dl'LUTH. Nov. 16. WH EAT Cm track,
No. 1 ititiitiern. ,v-c. No. 2 nurtherti,
1 h-k in 1 1 1 . 7(e; May. 7-c.
CATd-Oa track and u arrive, !Ue.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wf akneni Shown in Wheat Fit Dns to St
Lonit Iuflaence
EXTREME WEAKNESS SHOWN IN CORN
Oats Market Shovta Effect ( Coa
. alltlona la Other tirala aad Prices
Were Lower, with Pre
visions Weaker.
CHICAGO, Nov. 18 Indications of a Anal
dissolution of the Iiecembcr wheat deal at
fct. Louis and bearish atatlstica caused
weakness in the wheat pit today, December
ctoina; Sc lower. December corn waa Q
7c lower, oats were off c, while provisions
closed fiom li'titiloc to Wc lower. Commis
sion houses wcie heavy sellers of Decem
ber wheat, Influenced by a variety of fac
tors, and as a result of the liberal offer
ings the market ruled weak throughout
the session. There was considerable sell
ing at the start, due to the rather Indiffer
ent cabies and favorable weather, and De
cember opened a shade lower to a shade
higher, at 771Vj'77'4c, and after selling at
7ie. the price stalled on a gradual down
grade. Alter selling down to 76"4c Decem
ber closed at MrS1! m4c, a losa of c. Clear
ances of wheat and Hour were equal to
5W9.PIO bushels. Primary receipts were
1.6K6.KO0 bushels, against l,6S2.1'JO huahela
a year ogo. The visible supply Increased
2.7!ll,(XiO hushela, while the amount on
passage decreased 33S.OOO bushels. Mlnne.
apolia and Ditluth reported receipts of 1,141
cars, Which, wlih local receipts of 140 cars,
one of contract grade made total receipts
for the three points of 1.2.S7 cars, ugnlnst
1,4M cars last week'and Vto cars n -car ugo.
Local traders In corn were 1enrlsh- on
the disappointing shipping demand, excel
lent weather, with predictions of n old
wave, which would be favorable for the
movement, and lower cablet. ThcK- was
very little support to the market and sis
a result extreme weakness prevailed tlici
entire day. After selling between tl'K.c and
4-''fi42,c December closed Vo'ic lower
at 41V41V4o. Local receipts were 195 cars,
with 8 of contract grade.
Commission houses were heavy sellers of
oats, due to the weakness In wheat and
corn and to the unsatisfactory condition
of the cash market. There was only a scat
tered demand end prices were lower all
around December ranged between .127(,
i!3&fec and closed lower ut 32vaf 33c.
LfMNI l
receipts wero z,l enrs.
Provisions were llrm at the start on n
Steady hog market, hut the firmness was
onlv temporary, decided weakness helne, :
feature later In the dny. Packers sold lard
and ribs end the I. living wuh Scattered, but
largely bv nit trader's. The cl'Ve was weak
with January tiork 2rtc lover at 111. 4, Mi.
January lard was down 17MtC at frt.ttT'j,
whllo ribs were off 12V.13c at 8G.7Mj-
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
220 casa; corn, S6o cars; oats, 2 cars; hogs,
260)0 head.
The range of pricea paid in Chicago, as
reported bv the Weare company was;
Artlcles.l Op.Ti. I High. Low. Close.! Bat'y.
Wheat I
I I
Dec.
Corn
Dec. May
July Cat:
Dec.
May
May
Lard Dec.
Jan.
May
May
77'VfAi TTHim:
i ' i
7!,4 IBTiH 771i M
74',; 76'4 ,7-ii
73UI
;;i-t
42!t'4'!l2'(,V4
41 aj 4i1Vt!
41'41,''1S
41V4I iW
42'
41W.nl 11 'til
4i,i4i's'a.4j
3a'4ji 33!
41-Vi
34Vi34V4l&Hl 34',
11 70
11 85
e 7:.
n 72i
11 83
6 76
11 47H! 11 47H. 11 I'H
11 61W 11 67V4
11 80
Ti
0 67'i
0 66 I
8 074!
1 17HI
72i
a 7m
65
6 S2V4
6 87Mr
6 80
6 77Vi'
0 u'li
6 22H
07H
K'i
321
0741
32
New
Cash quotations were as followa:
FLOUit Eaav: winter patents, 4.iW3 i0
straights, X3.ftiia41f; spring patents. 4.lMif
4.3m; bt'alghta, 3.o(ii3.!Wj bakers, 2.tKi(U.J.JRi.
WHEA'l .No. 2 bpring, 8uc; No. i, njifJSO,
No. 2 red,' imo.
CORN No. i, 4tHc; No. 2 yellow, 42;c. ,
OATS No. 2, 33HJ No. S white, ao?3Ato.
RYK No. 2. Bl'A.ubac.
BARLEY Ooou feeding, Sti&:c;' fair to
choice malting 44Q57c.' -
8KED Klax. No. 1. 9r-! No. -1 Viorthwest
crn, W.Oii; prima timothy, I2.76J clover, con-
mict vrade. 11O.&0. ' ' - '
TRO VfHIONS Mesa pork, per bbl., $11,374
01 11150; lard, per-PJO lbs..' W.taayO.Si; short
ribs', sldea (loose)," $7.2ti7.'&;,' hon clear
The1 touowt'ng ia m- receipts pt flour
anu grain:
Receipts. Shipments
Flour, bids
.. 23,70.1 ltl.ano
j Wheat, bu
Corn, bu
..23.7(iii ' 1ir.l.7'K
..2.I7.SKK) ' ' 5i3,
..185,i Jii.O'M)
Oats, bu
Rye, bu
Barley, bu
83,8t 1H.3W
On the Produce Exchange today the 'but
ter market wur steady; creameftes, lot
214c; dairies, 14Hj1svc.
EGGS Steady ; at murk, cases included.
224124c. . '
( Oil EESE Easy at lufcllc.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Land 14 Ian of Trade aad ttaotatleaa 3a
Staple and Fancy Frodace,
i.fSlltf Fresh stork, losa off. 2JC.
LIVK l'OL LTlty Hons. 'iJ'e.-; aprlng
uhlukana. .sUi'ut: r.mKtus. according to age.
',i.ic: tiirki'vi. i4i-: uucas. uc: arcw. itiw.
BUTTER Packing stock. 134c; choice to
ancy dairy, :n tubs, WfjlSc; separutor, 22c.
1-Kh.SH U'lBH resu caugui iruui, m-,
pickerel, 8c; pike, luc; percn, 6c; butlul'i.
Tl'UM.-; uiueiusn, 10c; wiiiiu,
ic; uanilock, luc; coailan, uu; -euimijci ,
lo; lobsiers, boiled, per lb., 30c; .lobalcrs.
green, per lb.,3!c; bulllieads. lie; catiisn.
bluck, bas.'i. 2tHU25c: nal.put, c: crappies,
12c; herring, Ikj; white bass. He; olueluib, bo.
ina i .lva icw lorn counia, per unu,
43c, per gul., 12.00; extra aelacts, par can
be, per tiil.j standard, per can, 27c
-r sal, i.tw
BRAN Per ton, 114 50.
HAY Prices .moied by- Omaha Whola-
sale Dealers' assotiaiton: Choice No, 1 up
land. I8.UU; No. 2, 17.50; medium, ' 17. );
coarse, W 50. Kya straw, I.Sn. Theaa pr.eea
are fur hay of good color and duality. Du
ma no rair ana receipts ugni.
lUIIJi-Ht,
OATa 3tio. '
RYE No. 2. Roc.
-VEQETABLE3.
POTATOES Colorado. a5c: Dakota. Pet
bu., iiVai&c; native, 6tVii0c.
SwEiiT POTATOn-a Ilome grown, pet
ba.-ket, Soc; Virginias, par 3-bil. bbL, tU.OO.
NAVY UliANS Per PU., 2.2o.
CrJLtRY dniall, per dos.. 2jt3Sc; larga
Western. 4c.
ONIONR New homo grown, ary. per to.,
IVic; Syi'.nish, per crate. M M.
CAMHAtiri v isconsin tioiiana, c.
TURNIPS Canada Rutabagas, par lb..
l'ie; white, per bu., oik-.
CARROTS Per bu., 5'lc.
PARSNIPS Per bu.. 10c.
FRUITH
PEARS Colorado and Utah Kelfera. U.75.
W inter Nellie, 12 :1h42.i0.
APPI.KS Micniuati siocK. jaia; eanror-
nla Bellflowera, per bx, 11.0'J- New York
Qreen'mrs und Baluw.ns, a -sating vart-
etioM, 13.W.
Ul!.U'li-4;aiitornia roaays. n w; New
York. -H.r 8-ll. basket, loc; "on '.'aiawbaa,
22c; In'i.rted Maiatras. pt-r geg. t5'iiifcj.
CRANHKRRIKS--Per bbl.. n.5o: uar box.
13i; Wlsconiiln Bell Bugle. 19.50.
yUlN'Jlilii caiirornla. per liox, xi.TS.
TROPICAL. FRU1T8.
ORANGK3 Florida brlghta and russets,
all sites. M.uo.
LbMONo Caufornia fincy. to 330
sizes, 14.UI; choice. 140 to 2.0 sues, 14.0uv4.2a.
FlOS California, per )0-lb. cartons, koc;
Imported Smyrna, 1-crown, 14c; i-crown,
lc; 7-crow, lac.
COCOANUTB per sack. 4.oo; per dog.
Oc.
DATES Persian, per box of 30 packages.
12.110; tier lb.. In (0-lb. bOxa, 4k'.
BANANAS per medium attett bunch. 12.00
62.50; Jumbo. 12.7:0X28.
AUSCKLLANEOUS.
CHi2E.SE Wiacontln twins, tull cream,
U'Vjc; NVisconsiu Young Americas,. iiV;
block Swiss, lac; Wisconsin bruk, lic;
Wisconsin limberger, 12c.
HONEV Nebraska, per 24 frames. 13. W);
Utah and Colorado, per 24 Irauiea, Vi J.
MAPLE SUGAR-Ohlo, par lb., loc.
C1UEH Per bbl., i.7i; per Va-bbl.. 1125.
I'OPCORN Per lb.. :,c: shelled. 34i3W.
HORSE RADISii Per case of 3 dog.,
packed, kOc.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 tboft-ahell. par lb.,
lie-; hard-shell, per id., 14c; ino. i soil-sneii
oer lb.. 13u: No. 1 hard-shell, par lb., lie;
brazils, per lb., UjH,c: filberts, per lb.,
H'UU'sc; almonds, i.fl-heil, per lb., 15c;
hard-shell, l r lb., 13c: pecans, large, er
lb., 10ullc; small, per lb, Vul0c: peanuts,
per lb., 5'tc; roasted peaauta, par lb., 7c;
C ' 111 11 walnutv l-'viic; large hickory nuts,
oer bu.. 41. 7i: ahvll-bai kf . per bu.. !1.761
iuO; black walnuts, per bu., tl.Si; casleia
chestnuts, Mr lb., 14c.
HIDES No. 1 green, 6Vte; No. I green,
(c: No. 1 salted. 7c; No. t sslted, 6c;
No. 1 veal rulf. 1 to 12 lbs., 8Uc; No 1 vel
ralf, 11 to 11 lbs.. 6V:; dry salted hides. Hf
12c; sheap pells. 2u'.ic; hurao hides, tl.auJ
X-ja.
Liverpool tirala aaa Provlaloas.
LIVERItKJU Nov. Is W HEAT-Spot.
siead ; No. 1 red, western wlnier. 4 2d;
futui'es, iuiet; IierenilMtr a ad; March.
is) 3M. June. 0s 2;.l.
Colt.N' r-yot, tay, Amerlcaa mixed, 3a
lUid; futures, quiet; November, 4a id; Do-c-emlier,
S UV1.
St. I.onla Urala and Pro lain.
8T. LOlia. Nov. Id. WHEAT Lower;
No. 2 red cash, elevator, nomlnsi: track,
WfV-; December, S7i;!c; May, T'.Nfi7!'c;
No. 2 hard, 774 "".
CfiRN-lmfr; No. 1 cash, 4'".-: track,
4VW4V: December, V: May. .4j3!'Sc.
lAT Ixiwer; No. 2 chsIi. 3 ; track, 37J
37',c; Mm, 3.".Wc; No. i white. 400.
HYF.-Stcsdv at 54c.
Fl.Ol R Quiet: red winter patents. IW)
!!i4.1i; extra fancy and straight, 3.7t'44.(;
Clear, la.6iij3.ii.
BEED-Timothv, firm; 12.25tf2.s5; with
Vrlme higher.
CORNMEAIy Steady, 12.30.
PRAN Quiet; sacked, east track. 7Kn,,c.
HAY Bteady to firm; timothy, 7.notil3.W;
prairie, ,f..(T).ti0. - ?.. .
1ROM COTTON TrEt l.tV.
HA(10INJ fc-f(rc. " ..'-'
HEMP TWINE-fiv.,
PROVISIONS Pork: 1x.wer: lobbing
standard mess. fll.Wi. Iird: Ixiwer nt
Jii.lrt. til con. steadv; Ixixed extra shorts,
fS.25; clear ribs, ffi.M; short clear. 8.i.
I'D I.TRI-Firm: chlcktn. c; springs,
10-; turkeys. 1.1c; ducks, luc; geese, Xc.
BITTER Steadv: creamery. 18Q2SC;
dairy, J3St1c.
kous-Steady at 24c, loss err.
Receipts. Bhlpments.
Flour, bhls 2Ul 10.0"0
Wheat, bu lnn.OUO W-OcO
Corn, bu 3!.ml 15.oni
Oats, bu 82,00 "!.'4.0i
Kansas City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS . CITY, Nov. I8.-WIIEAT-D0.
ccmher, 'WUc; May, tf-V"! cash No. I r. ird.
2i7;c: No. 3, 4ifi".no'.ic; No. 4, fifiitc; re
jected, BSiifi,c; No. 2 red, 80c; No. 3, 75j
78c. Receipts, l.-v3 cars. ,
CORN-iJe.ct mbei . . Vmyir. May.
.mic' cash. No. 2 nlixed, 3hc; No. 2 white,
38c: No. 3, 37Vi38c.
OATS No. 2 white, 37c; No. 2 mixed, c.
RYK No. '2. 4ftH-c
BUTTER Creamerv. l,te2oc: dairy,
fancy. 18c.
KB Higher: anssouri nou Kansas re
turned llMc; iicw No. 2 whltewcod enact In
cluded i3'c.
Receipts, snipmenis.
Wheat, bu 122.41 114.8
Corn, hu 2.,nno , t. '
oas. bj 12,'io 'j.'M
lslhl3 Supply of llrnio.
SKW YORK. Nov. iii.-The visible suj ply
of Brain 4attti'1y,. Navember 14. 11s cotn-
illcd by 110 New Yj'rK i'rouuee i-.vcnajigc,
s as r.'llous:
VVbat, i7.!kn'.1 bu.- Increase. ?, 771. WO bu.
"orn, l.l.wi.omt bu.; decrniac. 4W.iX) bu.
Oats, ! ,7M2."il o-j.; 'ncrease. M7,(W bu
ive. 1,i36.i) bu.; tncrcase. 39,i b-i.
B.rl?y, 3,231,(100 on.; jicreasc, sti.Wv bu.
Philadelphia Prixtaev Market.
PHILADELPHIA: Nov. lti. BUTTER
Firm; ixti-a west-rn creamery, iZtyShbci
nearby prints. 2:14c.
EOU8- L'nchnnged; fresh nearby, 30c. loss
off, western. 28H2!Jc; southwestern, 2tMf27e;
southern, 24ifi2fic.
CHEK:S13 Bteitilyj "fulr demand; New
York full creams, 12c; choke, llc; fair
to good, Hfc 114c.
Minneapolis Wheat. Floor and llran.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. Ifi. WHEAT De
cern Irt, 77,c: May, 77a4c; on 'rack, No. 1
;ard. 80'c; No. 1 northern, 7'.c; No. 2
northern, 7674,c; No. 31 noithern, 724f744c
FLOUR First patents. 14. Wku 4.7H; second
patents, 14.5&4.fio: tift . clears, 13.i3.i0;
sreand r.lears, l-M'.' .fin.
3RAN-IH bulk, 113.23.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. Hi. WHEAT
Weak; No. 1 northern, soft .sic; No.
r.or-
thcrn. 7ffi7?4c; May,- 7T8-' nsk
:VK-Steadv. No. 7. iWri'.c.
jtiitlO BSKCU.
-ARLEY Steadv; No. 05c; smnple. 85c.
'ORN Lower; No. i. 454'i 4'Ic ; May, tlc.
. . l oleda Seed Market. .
' TOLEDO. Nov.. :6. SEEDS-5:iovor, ensh,
fS.50; December, 16.524; January, fc.SiH;
Februarv, 16.624; March, lJ.t;74. Prime al
slke, 16.80. Prime timothy. 11.3u.
Peorltt Grain Market.'
PEORIA, Nov. IS. CORN Steu'dy ; new
Ni. 8. '2c; No. 4.' 41tf'
uA'CS-Sasy; No. 'A Slilte, :j'g34';c.
. New York. Moaey Market.
NEW YORK. Novr 16. MONEY On all.
firm at 4954 per cent!, closing bhl, S; off-red
at 54,'. Time loans;, idnlli and firm; sixty
days. : ier oeu; Jkiluety. days and six
liiiVnlhs,,.r-M per cent. .
PRIME- -MERCAN'riLE -PAPER per
cent . 1 1 ''-m- - - - .
UTERLINO EXeTIANOE-Mronger. with
nct'ial business- in Diakera' hl'.la ot H.'d'
4.'im .tor -'demo nil. KDU iafc. M.!i75rcj4.7Wst .Cor
sixty ttavs' bills; posted rates, ;.81 atul
H.S44; cmmeTcluI T,ms, 14 '94i
SILVER Bar, - 58i -Mexican dollars,
44c. - " .
Ht'jNDS Government, easier; railroad, ir
regular. The closing- quotatlofis.- on' l oitds are as
follows:
C. a. rr.
reg.
U. N iinlii 4s
IMi Maohatlail e. (. 4a
)uri4.M. t'iu ,4.
6 it ,inu.,
T.4H Vins. . L. 4s.
. 3V
.nia'i
. 71
. JS'.i
. T
. 7k
.74',
7j',
.
.1274
60 coupon
da 3k, re.....,
, flq eoupun
Vlo nkw 4. r--
do lew 4n t'oiipon. .14t.s
.. X. a? T:. 4.
60 uld it. r....liu'al
1 uo zi
So nw 4 eouimn
llo'l K. R. R. of M. 1
mi N. . Y. O. g.
pn',4,N'.' 1. V. g. 3.
I li I Nil. l'lclBc 4..."
do , !(
do bt, .coupon...
Ati-hiiioii tfeil. 4s..
.I'll'.,
do dl. 4 -....' I do In... "
Atlsntli' f lt- 1 4 .SUrWinr.i li West. r. 4.'. 7
H & o it "' Ore. 4. I.. i.rt pt 1H
do W ' Pkuii. couv i'n ',
C(nir.l of Mt. it.... Utn uen. 4.... WIS
do l.l inv l , St. U tt !'. M. . 5.
Che. Olilo 4 ..., -Ol1; 31. L. & ,B K. f. 4. HV.
( hl-Ro A. 74 St. L. 8. W. )
C. H. Q. :w 4s.. " SnWrd A. U 4
C, M. St. P. f. 4.1 J8. Facl 4 tif
I & N. W. rou. 1..1M)' Southern Rsllwty ((.lUU
C. R. I, a f. 4 .. 71 iTxa a Paclflc l&...lliVi
d( col. 6 72ti T.. Bt. U & W. .. 'JS
Ore St. L 4.:.. Ht V'nioa l'ifiBc 4 nr."
t hl.. Trm. I. .......' : Vj! do rouv 4n KUi
Cull. Tob.no 4i , Ml H'. 8. Stel td 6
:,). ft Su. 4t 'V.i Wl.ih 1
I & H. O. to " I do deb. B
... MS
...HI1,
. .. r.n
... u
... m
... U
Kris prior ilea 4s..... MS XV. & L. B. 4...
do in. I .. ." Ki'l Wls.Cenlral 4.
Kl W. V. C. .lot'i Colo. Pud c. It..
Ilekliii X'alley 4,in.l,". '
Offered. . ...
Dostaa' Stock Qaotutlons.
BOSTON, -Nov. '. .i-CalJ,. ltians, 5i per
cent; lime loana t'ii pof cent. Official
closing pilcea on st.ieka and bonds:
Atehtkon 4i.
Mn. Ontral 41...
AUhlMin ..........
do pld '
homil c Allxnr.
Kwton 4t Maine..
. l99:n Atioues
. dti Ainaluamslod
. :!i Italy West . .
:::::
31
. m 4 lnnziikm .
.44 ,!. a Hocl...
.170 . millennial
-'14
.430
. I4'i
. 4:ii
. 7a
.. ii,
.
. J.-.-.
..
,. 50',
. i;'
. no
.. all
. i
,. 17'i
.. S3,
,. r,
Uontn Klevslod.
N. Y.. N. II. A
14d .Copper Ranee ..
H..lt4 .fiomlnliui Coal..
... liil -cank!ln
.... :oi IsK- Royal
S Miiliawk
I'.', Uld liomlnloa ...
... m liKol ;.
KitrBuurf pfd ..
t nlrai Pa.
.CIS.' ...
Meilratl Crntnti
Amtr. Sugar
do pfd
Amrr. Tel Tfl
Hum. 1. ft SI ..
IVciioril Kle. trio
;:.i4 Parrot
a Wtiincy
147'i liuia P Coppar
Miu. Klwirui
do Pfd 74
isiuarauk
Tvlnlly
t'nltsd Krult .......
t. a. suwi s...
4 t'nitad Staloa
M I 'ah
Vit-torla
i,t Winona
i Wolvarlnt ...
do pfd
Vl'cutirsneuftS; com.
Advtnturs
l.oudoa f toek Market. '
IONLmjK, iJov. 11. Closing atocks are as
loiiuws:
Con,U. mimr... Tll-.i.
V. T. Central....
Ncrfoik A W
i do pfd.. .'.
Oni.-rlo ei W
...1UH
. . . .'Si
... M
...20
... S744
... V
... IKS
...119
... t
... KVi,
... 75
... if
..: 71
... M
... U'i
... r..ii
... )
... r.-H
do accusal . . ,i . . ,J-i
Anacon4a fll4
Alrhlacn 4-"'1
do pfd
B:t4 PfLnsyWauU ....
-i.-.i. Hand Mines
Bal. A Ok la
('anadiaa Paclso 1-tU
Headli.f
(hp,. Ohio
Chi.aio O. W ...
du in pfd..
do ?d pfd...
So. Railway
do pfd
S i Pai-lfic . ...
t'nloo Pacific
do fa
V. 8. atcsl...
do pfd. ....
Wabaih
. do- pfd..'...'.
.. li
..1WS
..
c. ki. a Bt. r..
1 silvers ....
Denver, ft R. t. ..
nlil
a.; ' -
.. 47V
... 4 I
..i!
.. M
Erl
do lat ptd
do 24 pfd ,
Illlnola ('antral....
b. ft N :
M . K. ft T
Ex-divldend. ... .
BAR SILVER Steady at 27',d per ounce.
MtiNKY 3i3i per cent. The rate of
discount in the open market for short bills
Is 4i-lt4'4 per cenlr.for three months'
bills, 4i'a4,4 per cent. 1'
mvr York Mlalan 4aatalieas.
NEW YORK, Nov.'! The following art
the closing quotations on mining atocks:
Adams Coa..... , 1 -l-lllla Chlal
.4ou
. 11
,.15d
.. T
. 14
.. 1.7
.. :s
.. 11
..:
Alleo I emiario
.. in 'i.t.i.i-
Or
1 'ophir j..
Cosiatork Tdnnsl.
Con. Cal ft Va...
Ivadood Tarrs
Horn Sllvar
iron Sllvar
ladvlla Cob
Offered.
l'hoani
A r.riol
..pa)
Haau .:
Isiarra Navada
Small Hupaat .,
.-4iiaard
. .11c
..in
....?
Farelaa Flaaaclal.
I.ONDONV Nov. 18 Money was not abun
dant In the market today and the rates
were firm. Ihscounts were firm, on the
witudrawala of gold for Kgypt, though
tha question of shipments tu New York
was fair. Prices were fairly firm in spite
of the deamess of money. The gilt-edged
auction waa helped !. tha arrivals of
gold, HtJ&.ucO from Australia and ll.326.uu0
fr.nn the Cupe ana tne kaowledga that
!2.5ct,0uu Waa on lta way hither from Bom
bay. Consuls were steady and closed with
a beter tendency. Americana opened dull
and lifeless, but afterwards became more
cheerful, tha New York bank statement
being considered fairly favorable. Tne
movement ot the slut ke. however. Were
irregular, but the market rlooed ateady.
Cupprr llatleiied to 5u' on heay aelllna.
but Uose4 suaJy at vvV Balllua lo ths
Iimoin t oi fisn.oon was withdrawn from
Hie Hank of England today for shipment
to Egvpt.
PARIS, Nov. 1R-Pil-es on the bo'lraa
opened firm today, but later declined.
There was little interest In the trading at
the close. The prlvste rale of discount
was 2 15-18 per cent. Three per cent rentes
f 17Hc fur the account. Exchanga on
London, '.T,r ISc for the account.
BliRLIN. Ntiv. !!. On the bourse today
all bank shares were higher on account of
fhe consolidation of the Dresdnor bank
anil the Scha-frhSusen lwnk vereln. Ex
change on I.ondon, 20 murks Vr pfgs for
clucks. Discount rates, short bills. 3 per
cent; three months bills, i4 par cent.
SEW
YORK
ST04-KS AND BONDS.
Attentpt to LoTt-er Price os Active
Stoka Meeta with Failure.
NEW YORK. Nov. lti Prices traversed
a cmislderahle range In the stock market
today but the net changes from last week's
closing are small and insignificant outside
of a few cases. The early tendency was
downwards followed bv a vigorous recov
ery which wes not fullv held, but the clos
ing was steady. Profeaslcnal traders ar
gued that the poor response on -Saturday
to the very favorable bat.k statement In
dicated weak conditions and they sold the
market with some confidence at the open
ing. The selling ecntored upon Pennsyl
vania In which another dav'a mormons
business was done. About ltu.OuO chare of
this stock were traded In during the first
hour, currying It down to 111, or 4 above
last week'a low level. United States Steel
preferred was also under pressure and.
failed to share to any extent In the recov
ery. The market moved In aympnthy with
Pennsylvania.
There was tin organised bull movement
In the local tractions accompanied by vague
rumors of h comprehensive merger. Con
solidated O.in moved downwards away
from the group on account of published hs-B'-ltlons
that its franchises wore defective.
The upward movement In Chicago ft Alton
continued umi there were unexplained ad
vances in the. Toledo, 81. Louis & western
securities Sugar enjoyed the benefit if
the improved prospect for the Cuban
traly.
The upward movement had for a sub
stantial basis the prospect of Improved con
ditions In the monev market which led to
iinme sanguine estimates of the -coming
abundance of funas. TlMf showing of- last
week's .currency movement Was accepted
an evidence that, the Interior requirements
nave neen- priictlctiiry satisiieit. ine rai-t
ti nt 'lie urgent needs which' 'have been
n et on account of the disturbances Jt St.
Louis and Baltimore and on account cf th
high price of cotton have failed to cause
any serious disturbance hero Is Itself mi
assuring circumstance. llh the rellux of
funds to New Vork definitely In sltfht, the
relief to sentiment Is great. Hi t the for
eign trade statement for October shows
even safer grounds for optimism over tha
money market.
The value of the month's exports which
rose to above lt)n,0(i,iioa is higher for any
month, since OctoU-r of i9e and the xcers
value of the exports over the Imports of
r.8.4;i9.n0 Is also fcTeater than for nny
month since October 1900. This strong
showing is due to the promahle market of
the staple products of the soli, the value
of exports of manufacture being practically
stationary, it Is commonly expected, how
ever, that the value of Iron and attol ex
ports will shortly Increase. In last month
imports fell 4.5ao.(iuu below those of Octo
ber for last j ear and this tendency alao
is expected to 'grow In view of the decline
of the products of our domestic manu
facturers. The explanation of the current Inward
movement of gold !a thus made very clear.
Today's engagements for import leached
12.&mi,i)00. niid-it is believed that the move
ment has not jtet exhausted Itself. The rise
In call monay rates today was rrobably
connected with .he arrangements ;or pay
ing the dividend on the United .Mates t'teel
preferrd stock.
' he bir d naiket was dull and rather Ir
regular. Total rtles par value, tl,812.il.
United States .d 4s declined 4 per cent
on the last call.
Following aie the- nosing quotations on
the New lork Stock exchange:
uaies. men. ww. ciosr.
Atchison ...I.
do pfd
..21,060 04 027ji
.. a,w fj ' wis
i4altliiior tc Ohio 10,400 7 72lii
do "I'd 2U0 87l.- SJlj
80-4
i'.;
Kil
24
-I'.s
ci.nauian ,r ac-iuc...... i,wu
4. en. of New Jeracy,. .
Chcsapepkti i Ohio.. ;tuu
Chicago t Alton...... 4,IHiu
do pfd.'.: ..... S,2
Chicago Ot. West-n. 100
d.v it-pfd. .-.
Chic. At N.irthv.-eBt'.-rn -
t.'hi. Ter. : Trans
' d Ida... T
C, CT, C. St.
C.ilorado So.utlicfnnrt. 210.
it' 1st pfd,
i!i, -2d Pfd
117
'4
7V -
.118
ll'
'.'.'.'.')'
Oil
u-ii..4iv-,jjj.
20
Delaware & Hudson.
1'el., -Lack. i VVeat..
lieiiVir A illo Grande
do pfd
Lie
do 1st pfd
2H0 152 152
in!' :
2A!i
!K
i-4''i
. 2r'i
ti.
47' 4
bu
loa
too
;:uu '
4
'b4
do za ptd.: .-.
C.t. Northern ptd
Hooking- Valley...
M4
flu pru.'.i. ......
Illinois Central.,
Iowa ContuI
do pfd..
iCinnai City South'n
..'... i!
lii 'ii',4 l."4
do pra...
J-oulsv. it Nishville.. l.m Iikh.
Manhattan ' u. 4. M'50 Mi
Metropolitan 8t. .Hy :5.wh) .ijV
Minn. & St. 1, 2011 62
Missouri Pacific I,!'"! 8:. .
11 , K. & T , 2i'l Pi'b
At ;-fd 5c0 34' 4
Nat. R. R. of M. pfd
New York Viiti-al... 2.7") U'Hi
Norfolk - Western.., 1,412 Ml
do pfd
' w
i
-12
61
87 4
bli
34
lii'i
&3H
1
l.i'4
61
8sej
. I1P4
X4
r.tji
P4't
i2
wj;
H2Vi
4")nt'irlo Weatern.
Pennsylvania
.l7.li) 112H 111
P.. C, C. "t
Ridding .......
31,150
200
4,870
5u0
a;',4
ssi 4
75ik
. S5H
274
!Va
Go
I4
43
1 12'i
do t pru
do lid pfd
Rock Island Co
do pfd
St. U & Sun Fr
do 1st pfd..
do ?d pfd.
St. U Soutnwestern..
7li
'zii.
58
2110 43J,1( 43f,
do pfd
St. Paul
do pfd
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway...
uo pfd...
Texaa & Pacific
Tol . St. L. ic West
do -pfd...: ;
Union Pacltc
18,U0 13,
324i
Ovi
nia . 724
22
It
:m4
v
8jS
18V4,
, 32U
il.
41
17'i
72U
22V
VMi
3u'-,
7S
f6
WA
H24
14H
ir4
33
'218
15
11
1W
4,817
8.'il
I 100
7il
r,iu
s,ufio
20
pio
imi
414
17'
MVt
22-
20
31
71
85'
184
33
do pfd ......
Wabash
do pfd...
Wheel, tt
Wisconsin
1.8U0 .
Ijike Erie .
Central
do pfd ..
Adams
American
United States
Wells-Fargo
Amalg. Copoer
121 180
1!J
.23.110
. l'O
. 214)
:i74
18
Am. enr ft Foundry..
do pfl
Amcr. . Unw!ed Oil
do pfd
Amer. Locomotive....
do pfd........
19
00
1K
if
42'A
83
till
300
200
:ki
75'4
11714
'SV'4
76
42U
87
115
'soii
26'a
175"
148 '
10
Am. Smelt. & Refng.
do tfd
Amer. Sugar Refng.
Anaconda Win. Co..
Brkyn Rap. Transit.
Colo. Fuel ft Iron...
Col. & Hock. Coal...
Consul, tlas
(lencral Electric
lnternat. Paper
do pfd
lnternat. Pump ,
do pfd
National Biscuit
National I-iul ......
North American
Pacific Mall ,
people'a 49S ,
Pressed Steel Car..
do pfd
Pullman Palace Car
Republic Steel
do pfd
Hubbes-Clooda
do pfd
Tenn. Coal at Iron..
U. S. leather
do pfd.; .....-
U. S. Rubber
do pfd ....
V. S. Steel
do pfd
Western Union
.ll.fStl
'.u't,'ii.7
. 280
'. .' ii
. ::io
. 2J1
3S
2
175
148
1"H
w
M '
08
MS
, 1U4
70
.' 2:4
27
S
210
e8
. 27'4
76
3ti
10
61
84
28
175 '
iws';
10
4V0
3ii0
imi
1,025
M0 '
11
7
24
8
57'i'
l'Ci
70
24V4
,2V4
27
I....
. ,3c0
. SOU
. 2;iO
'. i'240
. 4O0
. 2W
'. "iii'i
.10.840
.69,700
7
48H
13
'i74
7'4
75
'ioii
11
62
484
13
30t4
1"I
51
kl
460
Northern Securities..
w,4
1
Total sales for the day, 618,300 shares.
Ex-dlvldend.
It. Josean l.lv ktocU Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 1. CATTLH Re
celpla, l.iisJ tread. Tha market waa steady
to 15c lower: natives. ti.5"-i&.2S; cows and
heifers, tl.25w4.60; slockers and feeders,
t2.6t"iii4 25.
HOUS Receipts, !.4a head. The market
was ateady to so higher; light, 14.7o4j6.10;
mixed and butchers. 14 Snrtil.su.
8HKEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, 70
head. The market waa alow;- lamb 15.40;
yearlings, !4.; wethers, 13.75; ewes, 11.3S.
Bloaa City Ltv itoek Markat.
BIOUX CITY, la., Nov. 18. (Special Tele
,rm.n 1 CATTLE- ReM)nia. liu head:
stoekera, atruiig; killera, weak; lieavea, 1.176
ti5.U)i; cows and heifers, I2.ivtf3.ls; atockers
and fetdri. l2.V4ua.s.i; caivea and ytaruiigs,
J2 2 tj3 Jo.
Hisltf Ret-elpts, 3.5" head; market weak;
selling, 4.tiiJ, bu:a ul aalirc, 4i W.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Big Receipt of Cattle at Cb'cugo Caused
Prices to Puffer at All Poit.tr
HOGS SOLO
TRIFLE LOWER
Active Demand for Uoth Fat Sheep
aad Feedera ana the Market 1'onld
Safely Be Qaated Bteady to
troa with Last Week.
BOUTH OMAHA. Nov. hi.
Receipts were:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday S.526 a.tilO. 21.im
Name day last week 7.414 8 8V2 2I.1VW
Hama week before 11.71' 3.12S 1. '-''!
Pnme three weeks ago... .11.21 1.7H2 22 .56
Bsrne four weeks f.Vl t 2.440 18.i21
Some day Isst year 4.929 4.02O 22.nl3
Rk-CKlPia FOR YliB YEAR TO DATE.
The lullowing table shows the receipt of
cattle, hogs and sheep at Kouth Omaha for
the year to data and comparisons wltn last
year:
1903.
Cattle sMt2,32o
Hogs .1. .1.HS1.1.U
Sheep ' 1,025,187
114. Inc. Deo.
878.fi3X .72
l.Mi,884 f.783
1,478.121 14,0tl
Iv.r bogs ul ; ouin
Omaha for tha last several dae Willi com
par'Skiisi
Data. 1 loa. ios.lul.ri0.l."-ll9'
Nor,
Nov,
I Mi S 71
i li'Hi ;a
4 ow 111 i
4 111 4 Oil I I a
4 0 4 04 4o 1 41
4 Ml 4 04 1 4o I 4.1
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov,
Nor.
Nov.
.'Jov.
Nov.
Nov.,
4 .
4 8i.; 48; & 12
4 72-i 6l 61 46 ' IM 144
4 72 2 5 71 4 til 4 01 I
4 a ( 68 4 tTH 4 OJ 1 fo,
4 021 1 OM "
...
...
:o...
n...
12...
13...
4 l4!
4 67V
4 K'U.
ft 74 4 4 (Cil J 47 1 41
1 H5 4 74 4 0S 1 4.1 3 11
25i 72 , 4 02 8 4o S 82
4 ll'l n 4! 4 84! i 1 441 1 38
4 5f.' fl 2V S M 4 74 3 !4, l
14
Nov. 10.
' 31 S 7 4 lt i 87 3 lti! 3 1!
4 34V 5 4 Wi 1 84: S ii; 3 31
Nov. 1
'Indicate Sunday.
The o Die la I number of cars ot stock
brought In touay by each road was:
Koad. Cattle. Hogs. Sheup. Hu.
C. M. ft St.. P. Ry.
Wabash
Mo. Pacific Ry 1
Union Pac. System... 34
C. N. W. Ky '
F. E M. V. R. R 73
C, St. P., M. O.... 4
U. & M. Ry t
C O. y. Ry 2
C, R. 1. It P., east., b
C R. 1. A P.. west.. 3
Illinois Central
Chicago O. W
1
30
20
11
ti
18
4
Total receipts 2o4
i.1
81
The disposition of the day's receipt was
aa follows, each buyer p.ireoiialng tiie num
ber of head Indicated;
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co r47 i" o2:i
Swift and Company l,B.!l 82
Cudahy Pi cklng Co 7l .81
Armour t Co '. VSi 01
il 4.1
Armaur Co., n. 'jiy ,iu' ....
Vansant A C j ISO
Carey lienton M ,
W. l. Stephen i .... ....
Lewis .to-.t 21 ....
Uvlnsstone S' alter. 8
H. F, Hamilton j'l
I. . F. Hura 2
Sam Wcrtlieimer :4;
Martin & Grcgson 4! ....
Mike Haggeriy 7,'i
Other buyers ,W .. . 8.8.W
Totals li.pM 6,7;8 I4.4KI
CA I'i'Lil'J 'i'bele were not as many cati!e
here, this morning ns arrived a week ng".
tiut 1UO.-0 than li.erc were on sale a year
:-.g'. llien- was ut: enormous run ut Chi-
cngo,. Jiowe'ver, uu pi iuc-h eneiv tciv
uiiiiteU 1iki15c lower, mi l In some cases ttiu
loss .amounted to as ni'Juli ns a iiuarter.
in.it being the case, packers wne n.itu
rally bvaiMh here i.nd ot all other points.
1 hii-e were not over teh loaos .if corn
feu su'ers m Hie ards, lui nuycrs acre
very slow 10 tKi; r.ohl, ami
were oinridcraniy l iiicr iiinu
L'lurts iii.iiiiwMl last tcceif
Hi.iiesru .it -were
I I i pi-epanso lo make tni coiict-..-i ns usKed
... Una "us :illl 'it was Kite is-Mie any
pusmuss ' was transartet. it now lakts
pretty s ,,uoU i.iarnu to ; ring over 4.so to
'i'ho cow .arkrt us -jiso .low aid In
ni.isi etnes it .title .ower. .-tales .vcte ui.
tne wjiy from eleiidy : tt dime lower tn
.irerii (-uscsvi. The, proportion ut cows,
ihough, to tha iota! ect Ipis was iioiaiargc,
and us a result buyers were rot able to
lake off as nicch as ihey intondeil tw. U
was a slow,' tine-en market, nojxh. from
start :o tlnudi, v I li the tjiidoiicy ot juices
downwind. .-'.
. .Jiilla, vl talve- t.nd stags showed no
i-:-..jle cbfcr.ve : :--.n tne clos of
wk. 1 . '
Owing d-V.e fact that a good many stock
cartle wen artid over iroin aiht wevK;ny
spt culs tors tlify were slow to loud -ip very
iKaraV' this morning. Trading was thill
i-.i Ul kintbi showed a loss amo.iiulng tu
5'(i-2. Common stuff was exceedingly liaril
to a;ll ft anything Ilka satisfactory prices.
Panf.e beet tteers tvefo In small lUpply
t i;i mornlnif. i.nd aa a result packers had
to buy them at Jest about r.teady prices as
compured with :he cloae of '.ast week.' The
reeling,' tUough, was a little weaker. Range
(.own an" mockers and I'oedera llnclujilcd
as toted above. Kenrescntatlve sales.
STEERS AND HL.IFF.R3.
13711 4 ti
COVt.
1...
1...
8...
1...
t:
12...
1...
18...
... .109
.... k4
IK I
I no a......
ion 1.... .
: uo
HE1KKR8.
....1U4U
....!''
...,lll
2 SO
t !
S 0
4U
821
4 .'l J M
7;o
S 3f.
STOCK ER8 AND FKKDER8.
......11V) 9 to t 7in 1 .--1
1074 t M 44... 11:5 IU
NKUHAJSKA.
8 cows 8W
1 cow 710
3 heifers-.. 46
1 feeder... lOfci)
I cows' 70
7 cows..... "
1 S"
13 cows..
9i2 50
870 1 3i
1275 , 3 10
1 35
2 2)
3 i
3 2ii
t 00
:
1 cow...
3 (KIWI..
1 calf...
1 feeder... 720
2cowa.....lolo
1 cow H4W
2 M
1 01)
2 26
3 HO
6) cows...
32 heifers.,
,'W
324
2 r
29 feeders.. 312
COLORADO.
13 feeders.
1 cow
Ti cows....
21 cows....
41 cows....
47
l):s)
3 in.
;-3 feeders.. Wl
1 feeder... "VI
I l'l
3 10
3 10
3 i
3 l
1 40
li 5
2 25
2 27
J 1.7
i 11
t m
1 77
1 !
1 80
2 40
1 20
1? U
3
i uo
50
2 3S
.. (no
.. 7m
..
. o.
..lOi'l
..l'l
..1025
.. 9i
.. M
... t'iO
.. ssl
.'.1460
..11C!0
.. 8
.. 7
. . 8Ui
. .ItSMi
1 feeders.. WKJ
:t feeders.. 1(70
6 feeders.. 112U
1 86
2 36
li. liorHfi-Nb.
7 rows...
8 cows..,
2 cows. .
9 cows..
4 cows. .
1 heifer.
4 cows..
1 bull....
1 COWS..
2 40
2 5i)
lao
2 2i
2 25
2 1.7
1
1 m
1 Hi
1 !H
1 7n
1 20
3 60
4 cows..
82
s72
91k.
'.120
1 cow.. .
3 cows..-
3 cow...
1 heifer.... Xoi
.1 heifers.). 72H
1 bull
,.141i
I" cows,
1 cow.,
I cow.
sa cows
4 cows...
1 cow...'.
1 feeder..
1 feeder..
3 feeders
T feeders
8ll
21 feeders.. 8so
1 feeder... liM
3 feeders.. m:i
1 feeder... 60O
850
t 20
I 86
H.10
9o5
4 cows
2 40
William Bethuran: Neb.
14 steers.
1113 3 15 16 ateers.
.1048
. U81
r.
2
1 calf..
100 4 50 20 cowa...
N. Barton Neb.'
21 feeders.. 1020 3 10
J. Dl liuinavari new,
,..lii"l 2 3-) 5 cowa...
eleorge Karhst Neb.
i uo
Mall r.ro.-8. D.
20 cows..,
.1020 2 08
20 cows...
6 cowa...
1 cows...
1 cow....
12 cows..
1 bull....
lbull....
1 calf....
24 steers.
t. f2 2 20 1 cow....
..lr0 2 24 4 cow...
.. 9ei0 2 00 4 cows...
..1075 2 55 1 bull. ...
..1430 a oo
J. O. Camel S. D.
,12t0. 2 37 eows...
.140 i Ul 122 steers..
.1080
.H'lT
.1032
.1000
2 tO
3 45
2 66
1 85
. im
.1040
2 30
3 35
V. Bcrnard-8. D.
..1074 1 60 3 steers.. ..1120
1 25
O'Connor Bros. a). 1).
H steers.. ..1154 3 40
steers... .1100 3 40
1 siser..
2 rows..,
21 Steers.
1240 I 40 1 aleer 1170 40
B. Volln-S. 1.
.1035 2 2b 0 ateers.. ..1111 3 20
. 8s 11"
J. Mills Wyo.
.1UV J 20 1 steer 1040 3 20
21 ateers...
1 cow
1 cow
2 cowa
24 cows
Hwan
4u feedera. .
1 feeder...
1 feeder. ..
I feedera..
J. Biiaw wyo.
:a 2 00 1 cow HVI
1 00
2 OO
2 00 '
2 oo
720 1 00 1 cow 870
fc!6 2 OH 1 cow 720
K50 2 00 2 cows 76
Land ft Cattle Co. Wyo.
A 100
J. C. Schmidt Wyo.
440 1 25 2 feeder.. 4"G
4b0 2 2.". ti feeders.. tr71
7i'.3 1 25
t w
3 25
W. O. BUdd Colo.
7 cowa..
1 roaa..
.11)
. 81
1 65
1 10
I 75
1 65
1 75
t 10
4 cows
.. 7&5
..11120
.. W'l
.. 100
.. 3s0
.. a
1 75
1 65
2 10
1 00
2 10
1 15
1 cow
1 cow....
1 calf....
1 cow
1 feeders
2 cows....
1 cow
2 cowa....
i cowa....
am
860
W0
746
1 fedr..
t4U
2 oo
HOGS There wss a fairly liberal run
hoga here .this morning and the market
opened steady to 6c lower or generally a
shade lower The bulk of tha sales went
from 14.60 to 14 68. Tha heavier weights
sold largely at 14. 50, with soma below that.
Medium weighta went from H.62'4 t M M
and light sold from 14 SO to 14.72(4. Trad
ing wa not very active, but atill about
half of the receipts were disposed of in
fairly good season. Packers then started
In ta buy the rest of the offerings a nickel
It.wer. end aa MatesinrB all wanted tha
morning prices ll was soma llrao befor a
rlenranca was tnntte. It It hotlrfl hotk' that
hess weighing Icvn 17r t rbn.it 2 V'inis
:re selling to the best as vuntiigc' TIicb
weighing much under 17& pounrts mint t
rxlrn rholee u brliiK anvwhere ner tha
lop (if thi market. T here were iptlte u few
K"nl butcher weiabt hogs on sals tislay
and the tup Ksul w as .pronounecil one of
tt.e bcrt bunches ot hogs that has Leen
brie In a long time.
The close oi the market we. Spain slow
and weak, the late sales. being a tilckel
lower, ami iIh day a-aa well adtaitced be
fure the late arrivals, wcrv disposed of.
lit ;rrsentatlve ssles:
No. . k. Pr No. . Ik. rr.
n sn .. 4u r i t .,4W
j: .i :o 44.'. - i tv, .. 4K
11 till .. 4 44 S4 ltd 4
t7i mi tin :.f ?77 ta 4t",
4 .11 .. 4 i ! ttl .. 4 S
i J.M Sft 4 Wi ST......H 840 4 fci .
44 11 J 411 4 Ml.. 7. .....x..' ,,.'4i&,
t-'l a:-J JH 4 -II 71 ,.0t ..
2m Ho 4 AO id 1 4" 4 744
341 ! 4 Kl 1MH Kl,47-
t ifcl 41) 4 .Vi it t44 ! 4 b14
6 in ti 4 1 s ::i a 4 t7i
f H0 40 4 M 40 3H .. 4 e
ft ...,.: i2 4M .4 t:i i'
t" ts 40 4 ifl :t 21 .. 4 '
M 1 40 4 50 S"t !"J 4 4i
k- sm un 4 in ;4 7 .. 4 ei'
"is 34J .. 4 to Hi 4l S 4 "
n 17J 40 4 f?H : '. . .114 .. 4 MS,
K KM I'l 4 H' SI 1MI 1 4 r.'S
t tl5 .. .-..'i ( f4 ,'ii 4
" JSt Jul 4 w 17! U 4 H
It Mi 140 4 U g Hi .. 4 KS
SilliEI'-T lure was not in exeesslva tuh
of sheep and lamba hero this morning, and
ns the demand fur cli kinds was in g.xxt
shape, the market ruled active and lolly
steady. - ' '
Receipts included tne usual amsl! piopor
tlon it killers and packers were uui .-.uirly
and trading was brisk, with prices steady
to rtrong on nil Cashable grades As sup
plies were light, tvrrvthittg that would
to kill was soon disposal of.
There were a good many feeders on sale
this munilng. but the demand was eiiual to
the occasion and all deslralde grades could
be mioted ateady to. strong and active.
There were a good many buyers on tl.c
market and besides that commission tnMi
had a ni-mber of heavy ordtrs, aw-In reality,
there were none iw tuanjv faders ff,er I
to simply the demand. ' '
Quotations for grass stock .Choke west
ern lambs, 84.NWi4.7ni fair to good" lainbr,
I4.2uji4.60; choice yeni lings, f..8i:l.7j; fair
to good yearlings, $3.1ar3.40V anoice wath
ora, .2f3 60; fair lo good wethers, tlWiH
3.2D; good to choice owes, V2."i .; lair 4'
good ewes, 12.BiKB2.7ri; choice seeder lambs,
.lnf4.10- fair tci.good feeder ianibs 13.284)1
I TS: baby lambs. W.0lsi2 40; rtwler. dar
lings. 13.1iit.u; Ue.ler. -vetUevs, ,43.e:i. t'.;
icT-firr ewe,,. iJ.ifiFu.Ai; . cuos, i.vciu'a.w.
Representatives aalis:
A v.
:-4si
. lo
123
. ..VI
IT.
12 S
.3 481
i ah
8 Su
1
, 2 IS .
2 ir.
i m
1 17
, I 48k
," 3 SV
8 4n
3 45
' 3-5
1 85
4 lu
4 II.
1 2".
i .
5 ft
" 2 W
' 3 00
3 25
1
3 25
3 HS'
t 3i.
8 .V.
3 6
3 7ri
' 3 8ft
4
3 'i
3 4ti
3 4n
3 40
2W Wyoming fceiVr ewes....
24 . Wyoming feeder e-wcs...
1412 Wyoming feeder ewes....
l!8i Wynmlng.feertVr Wetehrs.
It! Wyoming cull ews
24. Wyoming feeder ewe.,....
87
78' Wyoming feeder "ewes . 8
118 Wyoming folder ewes....;.... K
9. Mini in DsKot.a f-ea , s.i
1" South IHlkntti ewes W-
95 So. Dakota femler yesrltngs 87
47 Wyoming fcdiT yearllnrs...
3(2 yoming feetler ye,;rUnM,.-. 70
Kl So. liakotn fetxler ynarlUrgs- !'J
2ii routn DiiKotn lamns
7 Sou tli Iiaku'a lambs
121 Houtli Dakota' larbs,, ,
18 Wyoming lucks
IsKl Wyoming feeder c'A'es...
U8 Wyoming awes .-err.
Sl South Dakota awes
'i liatlve.fiNl ewes
"48 W yoming feeder yearlings...
b40 Wyoming :ecde,, veurllnirs...
104 Wyoming feeder ,amts.
fta Wytming yearling. ..
'.M Nebraska feeder yeai ling, .i
78 Nbrarka feeder yearlings...
1:1 tsiulh Iaitcta yiarliiigs
58
i
s;
74
91
p
'11
7 V
70
51
'
' 7
84
... I't
, .. list
... 71
... 1H
... bS
... 1"0
... 110
led narive r n .-rs..
23 fed Tifctlve ea-'ii-a.. -..-.
I'it;i Wt-ominp; I .nibs
17 Wy ..ilng t- an
.11:'
Wiemingwet i.e.
Wy.mlng 'e:h,-.rs
W'yoinlna- vr t '.era
: :i
470
j
,
ClfH'AflO I I V 1-1 TOt Iv M4RKK I
Heavy liecrlpla -f 411 VarU,
-llh
rl.ea 11.
iu I.. If''.
f'HICA '.'V illi,; Nov. ,;v rf.TTI,IVin
ceiptH. 'j.lino iieail, 'nclintilig I'.inu lieaov of
"Westerns. The rniket was Tii2iV lower:
ilien- olds t a " o i" ; "m- sixers. n.'nn.,, (sxir in nie
l.l.. Mil III. I dnim. SI.2yt4.75: steckers nod feeilers. U.ro
u4.': i-o-vs. t.-S.i .t. b, lfrs, t2.oiH4.:
ciiiinefs, WJK".,.J1 -4inf!s. 2.'.-j5(4.BOc vatVea.
2.'iof7.ir.v 'I'exss. sreer. .'2.', ViOiia; West
ern stcrs, ;l.HKt 4.tf. - 4 '. ' "''"-
HOO8 Recel.ts'lnlaV, -'.'.W10 'lead! etrtl
inr.'.ed t.nior -ow, S0.im liend.. .Mnreet steady
to t-trong. but lo -ed easy; cilx d And
.ititchers, ; l.'-JKfr 3.iK: smd to. ch lice havy,
14,7wi4.Sbj .',iih. J.ey. '4 -.itw-attli .-light.
jiKii4.Sr.; bjlk e.f tales, 1'.' )(4.8U.
81 IKiiP-Receipts, o.wo he-sal. The Mar
ket for siiccp av.l l.imlsn was -ir.5i:.oc lower;
good to choice wethers, 3. 73 il 4.21; fair to
clinic. loixod. 12.501 J..70; v.-t-terii tiheep, 82.IKI
44.i4); .lat.-a 1 unlwt, ill. ti'i5.f; western
li mhs. ti.Pt iiTCJi .. .1 ' ! '
Kansas I'lty f.ltr a I oak Market,
l'VN'dAfi 'lVtt jar-l.7-CABn:I.lu-Rr-cn'plia
-ru)Ml-', Ol'. iiallvs jjaai M-A. of
Te-an(', talvi-a l.oiai ' liead of ;utiveai . 7
wetlcrn ( he uiarkuL tax.-, a ora - fed aiut
western beews wis steady ' to 10c lower;
for western canning cows, active to ateady;
for stoekcrs and ieedcis. .low; e-fo k calveii
lower; iiuarr nllnc. r f.-ady lo uo k. Chotci
export and ilrt sdcef E-eers, ;4.3fr(i5.2Ti;
fair to Bond. H.;5'o4 :Ki; to-ken" r-.td feed
er, iv.nniitJ.tW; wesl-i ed sreors, fainitii
4 20 ; Texua rrw. '.1.1t4?5.25:'Jn' v. cows,
ll.2nU.8i; native heifers, K.5'4d,50',. -liners,
l.ui.f;."u: bulls. l..fi'uJ.4i; c.Tlv.: H605.-.
1 1UOS Receipts '. ,0ni h' d. The market
was active to 5c lower, 'lop 14.M. ; bulk of
saiea, H.uuiii 4.9i); ilea v, , .ol.uuli 4 80: mixed
luu kera, 14.ti7'4'( 4. M; ,uM 14 77VlM.o;
yorkers. ti.S, Wo .'); pigs. 4.;r4.87,4.
SIlfcKP AND 7,AMbS-Hen'lpls I.UI43
iiend. The rnarki was steady to strong.
!
native, lambs, 4U-35ty'-3ii: wektuvii lambs.
12.lk74iS.3l; fed ewes. IZ.W1W, Visas' cllppeil
vearllnas, 12. 50'' 4.(; Texn clipped aheep,
l2.4d"i3.7: ' slocl-.'.'! end 'eeders, i2.iltWi3.5it.
I. I o Is M atoek Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. W.a-CATTLE Raoelpla
7.5HO heiLd. including 4.5tK( head cf Texan.
The market wna mIow and lower. Native
shipping and export steers, t4.SiYUa.2A with
atrlctlv fancy north up 1 liiK dressad
beef and butcher 'ilcir. 14.0aji5.25; s tiers
under l,i0 po'uids, 43.5iaji5.(KiS WockwfS and
leedcra I2.i5i3.0o; cows and hellers, fit
4.0U with fancy earn fed peU'era,.. 14.60;
ci.nr.eis. $1,754(2.16; hulN, 1-'.iji2.7j; o.ilves,
li.Oo'nO.jO; Texas and Italian steers, t2.ift
.hti; cows and heifers. 2.Wiifi.8u.
HiJtiS-Receipts, 0,uti heod. The ni'irket
was lower. Plas and li'.HtV SlSOid I.Hi:
fiackers. 14.2Mr4.tB iHitchrr : and best
leiivr. Il.fd I.Ti-. ' ' ' .
SHICKP AN') LA M EE Rec i jg s .?.yl
head. The muiket waa atiiidy.' Nalita
n,. '..!'., .1 12,: kainliH. t4.on4i5.06: ciiUh
(and bne-KS, 2.wu4.'IO; stockcts. $.'.00.3.:
ttxak I'learluai. ' ' :
OMAHA, Nov. 10. Bank. cl. avinga for to
day tl.5-rf.320. 42, :irl Inirease of :;t 7. o7 over
the coirtspoiulina day )a-t year.
CHICAGO M1NEATOLJS
Mala olflct
ntfnhattan Building,
ST. PALL. niNN.
Dlrin
Udod v :
ijyuu,
G6o
'Mtf't: r' -I
SiockSr Grain. ProvUlsns
Bought and a.ttd for cash or on reasonable
klarglrut, - - t
Members laaorlsal Bickssttii
Private Wlrti,;...,
Writ for our daily market letter and pri
vate telegraph cipher rmillvd . free.
Ship Your Grain to Us.
Prompt Returns.
Lest Facilities. Lloeral 'Advances. .
Uraach OaSea '
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i Uiaana nni, un arm on.
Telepkae 3A14,
DILITH.
WI!H5HIK1.
EC3!;!cISSIQ;i
of
STOCKS AND DOMD8
GRAIN AND tROVl8!ONt
W bar over 16V officea.
Rafsrsnces: 171 Stat and Nat l Bank.
431 R ICHVICK la THH BK1T,
Out of Town Business Solicited.
Ossaba Braackf 111 Par aaa TU. 1407
.TKOS. M. WADDICK. Ccrreipoodegt '

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