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TFIE OMAnA DAILY RKE: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1003.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Ehowi Strength on Report of De
crease North nd WeiU ,
10CAL TRADERS ARE AFTER SOME
Bslllah Peatlmeat fm to Pervade
Whole ril and Qalte aa Ad.
vance t Registered Before
( I the Close.
CHICAGO, Nov. 17 Report of big re
Auctions In the Manitoba wheat crop with
decreasing receipts In the northwest caused
strength In whent today, iind Pecember
cloned with a iriiln of lc. Ierember corn
was tip V4c, outs were higher, while
provision cloned about unchanged.
A btilllHh sentiment pervaded the whent
pit, and there was an unusually good de
mand throughout the session from local
traders, which resulted In a big advance
In prices. The early market was weak on
selling by scalpers who were Influenced by
the unfavorable weather' and lower cables,
and December opened a shade higher to Vc
lower at 7l4i7t'.-',c to 7c. but later a good
demand developed from St. Louis houses
and northwest traders and the market be
came firmer. Moderate receipts In the
northwest with higher prices In all outside
markets were Instrumental In starting the
buying movement which resulted In an ur
gent demand during the latter half of the
session. A report that the Manitoba crop
had been reduced 3fi.000.0iO bushels Induced
considerable buying by shorts later In the
day, as well as buying by commission
houses and closing prices were at the top,
Jecember being lc higher at 77Vi77c,
after touching 78Tc. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to Ml, 3) bushels.
Primary receipts were l.too ItiO bushels,
against 1.2i2.1U bushels a yenr ago. The
world's visible supply for the week as
shown by Itradst reel's Increased 3,113. ft)
bushels compared with an Increase last
J ear of 4.740,000 bushels. Minneapolis and
uluth reported receipts of 73 cars, which
with local receipts of 27 cars none of con
tract grade made total receipts for the
three points of WO care, against 1,644 cars
last week, and 939 cars a year ago.
Corn was under selling pressure at the out
aet, especlslly the December option and the
market for a time showed weakness. A
bear motive was had In the cold weather
which prevailed throughout the western
and central states. The strength In wheat,
however, soon rtlaslnatcd the henrlsh feel
ing and shorts became, active buyers. May
wam in eood demand the entire day from
professional traders, and the strength of
this month h fined the December delivery.
which was Inclined to an easier tone, due
to lower cables and the unsatisfactory con
dition of the cash situation. After selling
between 41c and 41 "4c. December closed Vc
higher at 41'n41,c. Local receipts were
S;ui curs, with lis of contract grade.
After some hesitation at tne start the
oats market became strong. Oood. buying
by commission houses freed the pit of
surplus Offerings and local traders, finding
thev hsd oversold th market, covered
freely on the advance. Closing prices were
strong with December half cent higher at
8:iVlv4C. afer ranging between and
.".:. l.orl recelnta were 217 cars. Kxcept
for m. fnodorata recovery from Its decline of
yesterday there was little feature to the
i,rnvll(in market. Helllnsr January and buy
fng Miv lard for the account of a local
tmcker was the feature in trading. Offer
Insa were light which helped to create a
steady tone. January pork closed un
chartered at 811.4714. January lard was a
shade higher at l"67Vii.70.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
110 ca-rs; corn, 13) cars; oats, 126 cars; hogs,
84.0UJ 'head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artleles.l Open. I High.l Low. I Close.l Yes'y.
TliyfiTc; No. 3. rrgTftc; No. 4. Wtc: re
jected, 5xii '!".'; No. 2 red, aiixlc; No. I, 78
j '.He.
t'ORN-December, IfiHG-Wc; May,
V.r; cash, No. 1 mixed, 37c; No. 2 white,
3:y.c; No. A, 87c.
OATH No. a white, 3&8.T8c: No. t mixed,
liAY-Cholce timothy, $9.50; choice prairie,
HYK No. 2. 49HO.
BUTTKR Creamery, lSV4330c; fancy
dairy, lHc.
KfMJR Higher; Missouri and Kansas
stork, cases returned, Mc; new No. 2 white
wood cases Included, 24Vfcc.
Receipts. Bhlpments.
Wheat, bu 329.iV 201,"0
Torn, bu 41.800 7.2U0
Oats, bu 15,000 6,0u0
OMAHA WHOLKJALB MARKET.
Coaaltlon of Trad aad 4aotatlOBO
tapir aad Faner Prodaee.
EdOf Fresh stock. 24c.
LlVli POI LTRY Hens, 7V4c: sprint
chickens. tdfiaVic; roosters, according to
age, 4-uOc; turkeys. 14e; ducks, 9c;
7d ic Dressed stock about 2c per lb. higher
than live stock. . ...
BUTTKR backing stock. 12Vc; choice W
finv Hnirv In tulin. 104ilHc: separator, iia.
j htBU FISH Uresri cium
pickerel, 8c, pike, 10c; percii,
5u.4i,lc: hlueflah. lbc: whliensn,
11c; haddock, 10c; codfish, 12c
11c: lobsters. Donea. per iu.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
6pculaton Seem Suspicion! How Rather
Than Confident.
TRADING DWINDLES TO LOW EBB
Brisk Aavaare la Rallraads Doeso't
Have Expected Resalt of Awakea
Isi m Greater Activity, hat
Qaltc Otherwise.
pet
per
Wheat
Pec. May
July;
Corn-4
Deo v
Mayi'
July!
OatgJ
I'" Msjrr
Fors-
Jan.t
May
Lard-j
Jan.,
May
Kit;
WiGM, 77H 7
7Vt,fi 7t'm
73VI 74
41VW' 41
41. 41
Wsiv, Vi'sW
11 65- 11 67',,
ere 72H
a Ki :h
e 10 s is
6 17
:8H?M 77iWTj,'
78
41 I
'41M,i
41
74
41 S
76H'tf'-4
ir.fi,
73V
,(ffM
41V41VH
41l 4iv4
11 47!
11 65
6 i
10 I
17H!
11V47
11 60
70 I
85
10 !
34'x.H
11 67
T2
17
Cash quotations .were as follows:
WH EAfV-No. 8.-72fl1c: No:' ? Ted.' """He.
I'fit)MNn 417ict Nn. 1 VelloW. 43C.
OAT8 No. 2, 33V4(33c; No. 3 white, St
!r'N' 1 R!Ac . ' " :; ..
BARLEY-tloodnrerdlng, 36f(a7V4e; fair
to choice malting, 421i53c.
8KKI No. 1 nx, c; No. 1 northwest
rn, 11.00: prime timothy, 25; clover, con-
. . m .nCA
PHOV IblONS Mess pork, per bM.j t11.Sf
A11.&0: lard, per tm ms.,
Lia ;i,a.l. tl.1Mbl.ni dry salted
.houldera (boxed). 16.00; short clear tildes
' Recelnts. Shipments,
Flour., bbls M 18,
Wheat, bu IfH.Wtt .V
torn bu. 2ft0.7 . 26.200
Sirtv h,l... ...... ,11H.0. 5100
On the Produce Exchange 4oday the but
ter marke was steady; oreamerles, 154T22c;
10o;
6c; buffalo.
l&c; salmon.
S0r: lubsters.
- iv, '.v., . K..i lie: catnsh.
14c; black bass, 2o4c; nal.out. c: crapples.
c; nerring, nc; wune i".
OYHTlsiRd New York counU, per can,
4Sc, per gal., 32.03; extra selects, per can
c, per gai., lio; bluhu.iu, v
per gal,. kl.lB
BKAin-rer ion, i ov.
HAY Prices quoted Dy umana nirair
- T1,lr' IsllAn Choice NO. 1 UD-
unrl 1 Wl: No. Z. X.UU: metlllMll.
coartie, t.U0. Rye straw, i.ou. j new pi iy
are for hi of rood color ana auauix. w
tnand fair ana receipts ligoi.
CORN 4 k!.
OAT8-37C.
RY&-N0. Z. BOc.
VEGETABLKo.
POTATOES Colorado, Wo; Dakota,
bu., 7C(i'5c; native, 66'aioc.
basket, 8fc; Virginias, per 3-bu. DDI.,
maw I f A x. . v., nti .
CELERY-Bmall, per doa.. 25ff3Bc; large
'pRt?rn 4fc
ONIONB New home grown, dry. per lb.,
le; Himnlnh, per crnte. J do.
CA H1IAOK Wisconsin rioiiana, iriv-
TURNIPfr-Canada RUtaDagas, per id.
lc; white, per bu , 80c.
CARKO i n r-er du., b c.
PARSNIPS Per bu., Brto.
FRUITH
PEARS Colorado and Utah Kelfers. $1.76,
u(nl.i KJ..IHa t? T.tW"?
APPLKb Mlcnigan siock, j.io; wainoi-
nia Bellflowers, per bex. Il.W New iora
Greenings and Balawlns. 3Si; satins; varf-
GRAPES California Tokays. i.o; new
York, -r -lb. baket, Vki nv Catawba.
22c; Imported Maiapas, o-r B-g, liW-W.
I'RANBKKnibs-lfr "d;.. won; per uoa.
tXOO; Wlsconein Rell Rugle. 19.60.
yUlNCE! :anrornia, per oox, ti.is.
TROPICAL, JfRUIlB. i
ORANGES Florida brights and russets,
11 lfH t4.U0.
r.KMoN'H California fancy. 100 to 340
sizes, 4.&0; choice 240 to 270 sixes, $4 0&4.2S.
K I1H California, ner 10-1D. cartons, too:
Imported Smyrna, 8-crown, 14c; 5-crown,
16c; 7-crown, 18c.
COCOAN ut per aacit. ii.uo per aos.
fine.
DATES Persian, per box or TO packages,
19 ml- nor lh In 0-lh. oxes. Cc.
BANANAS Per medium aired bunch, $3.0
62.50; Jumbo, 2.7jI&3.2S.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEERE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
12c; Wisconsin Young Americas, 13c
block Swiss, 16c; Wisconsin brick. tfe
Ul.rn.4 n ltmhrirer. 2a.
VKNih'V NahruMka. oer Z4 rramea. 13.DU
Utah and Colorado, per 24 lrames, W.SJ.
m ipi.h. h (ia k nio. oer id., iuc.
CIDER Per bbl., So. 76; per -bbl., tllS.
POPCORN Per lb.. 2c: shelled, Mx3c
IIORSU RADiBit fr case oi aos..
nui o w amuvs, oo. x puvn-ncn,
Mo. soit-sneu,
per lb.. 12c:
. 1,1 1 Vl ,
llllc: almonds, tofl-ahell, per lb., lbc;
hard-shell, per id., iuc; pecana, mrge, it
lb., lOllc; small, per lb., 44)(c; peanuts,
per lb., Vitc; roasiea peanuts, per io ic;
Chill walnuts. iSilSc; large hickory nuts,
rer bu., tl.75; shell-barks, per bu., $1.75
00; 'black walnuts, per bu., $1.26; eastern
Chestnuts, per lb., 14c.
HIDES No. 1 green, 6e: No. 1 green.
6c; No. 1 .salted, 7o; No. . 2 sattedT c:
No. 1 veal cair, a to Ji ios., ic; jmo. i yeai
rifciHj,1fi Rjs Vc; dry jalte hides. .ta
I 'sheep peltf,-275cf hors hldas, U fc0a
!60.
NEW YORK. Nor. 17. Trading In stocks
dwindled to a low ebb today and the dull
ness was progressive. This was regarded
as a slrnincant Indication following me
bear pressure on stocks and was regarded
as an Indication that there was little In
clination to embark In speculative adven
tures as yet. The awakening from a long
dormant state of stocks of a number of lens
Important railroad companies and their
DiisK advance so rar irom navinK an en
couraging effect on the buying of stocks
seemed, to awaken suspicion, i ne notoriety
of the existence of speculative pools in
many of these stocks which have a con
necting common interest causeu many ru
mors of developments In their affairs to bo
skeptically regarded. The small volume of
capital issues of corporations of this class
and the narrow limits of the circle within
which they are held makes them specially
available for manipulation. The rise In
the call money rate to per cent late in
tne aay wnicn was atiriDuiea to uui
Incursion by stock speculation In minor
pools showed the disfavor with whlcn me
movement was regarded and turuvd the
course or the market downwara.
The result was to wipe out tna earner
gains which had reached a point or over
In many representative siocks. i-ennsyi-
vanla especially was in demand, presunv
b v from the Short interest ion uncov
ered In the stock after its decline. The up
ward movement of the morning waa aue
to the renewed feeling of confidence over
the money outlook. Announcement was
made of engagement of gold in Ionlon for
export. Half a million dollars was shipped
to New Orleans. Part of the demand was
1n In mir,hfises of bills aaalnst the cold
engaged for export. There was said to be
lui-iff, huvlnir c,r Mterllns Tor investment nv
bankers, the process being to purchsse
sixty and ninety-day bills sterling to hold
to maturity for the hlpher price likely to
prevail at that time. This Is In effect a
lending of New York resources abroad
r.ir that nerlod and onerntes to check the
inward movement of gold or to lighten the
present gold requirements to pay for for
eign debts In New York. This Is In Itself
an avMonn. rtt t h. Mr mOnSV Conditions
In New York. Rates for time loans even for
ih ivtv-rinv teriod were ouotahlv easier
today and the demand for longer period"
was wholly nominal. United Slates Steel
was held back by the London view that
fnrfhr rots In steel nroducts are likely.
Missouri Pacific's net Increase for Beptem-
h nf over rjfln.oon was avoraoiy reaaroeo
but Its' effect on the general list was offset
by the cutting In two of the Lake Shore
for September. The market closed dull
The bond market was fairly steady, but
rti.ll Total sales, rar value. 2.221.0"O.
United States 4s declined I per cent on the
lust call.
Following are the closing quotations on
the New iork biock exenange;
Rales. Hlarh. Low Close
..12.700 61 63 6.1
.. 870
..15,920
.. 350
NUTS walnuts, no. I snoit
15c; hard-shell, per lb., 14c; No
per lb., 13c; No. J hard-shell,
Brazils, per lb., UUc: Alb
turn w
Grata sol provisions.
Nov. 17. WHEAT-Hlgher;
1-XlOS Irm; ar jnaric, easoa
included.
2!ilC.
CHEESE Easy
it 10llc.
HEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
ob. Varloas !
St
ST. LOUIS.
No. 2 red. cash, elevator, nominal: track
W67o; December, Wc; May, kO&S0c;
No. 2 Hard, (r(iir, .-- ,
CORN iiiKher; -No. 2 cash, track.
4H42Hc: December, l'9Tfcc; May, 39c.
UAlb-urm; ro. I casn, oc; iraca, aiw
STVic; May, 3k.-. No. 2 white, KV4c.
r LOUR uulet; red winter patents, hhhj
4.10; extra' fancy and straight, ei.iOt.06;
clear, 3.Bo3.tO.
CORNMKAl Steady, 12.30.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, 74W7BC.
HAY Steady; timothy, 7.5O13.o0; prairie,
ss.aimuiio.ou.
BKKD Tlmotoy, steady, n.axai.to, prim
worth more.
IRON COTTON TIES 11.06.
B A OG I N I th U Via.
HBMP TWINE 60.
PROVISIONS Bacon, steady: boxed ex
tra, shorts, 8.26; clear ribs, S&.IO; short,
clear. 18.75.
POl'LTRY Steady; chickens, (tc; sprli
10c: turkeys. 13c: ducks. 10c: geese. He,
BUTTKR Steady; creamery. Z2tMtZ3e;
dairy, 13'fllHc
tUUS 2-lc, loss on.
Atchison
do pfd
Baltimore & Ohio...,
do pfd
Canuulan Pacitlo
Cen. of N. J
Chesa. & Ohio
Chicago & Alton
do ptd...,
ChJ. G. W
do pfd
C. A N. W
C, T. Trans
do pfd....
C, C, C. & St. L....
Colorado Southern..
do 1st pfd
do M pfd
Delaware & Hudson
Dcla.. L. W
Denver & R. G
do pfd ;
Er.e
. do 1st pfd
do 2d Did
Great Northern, pfd..
Hocking Valley
do pfd
Illinois Central
Iowa Central
do pfd
K. C. Southern
do pfd -
Louisville & Nash
Manhattan L.
Mot. St. Ry
Mlnne. St. J
Missouri Pacific
M . K. Jk T
do pfd
N. R. R. of M., pfd..
Mew York central
Ing the steel syndicate negotiations raised
the price of Iron shines."
PARIS. Nov. 17.-mutness .on the bourse
opened hesitatingly and there was little ac
tivity during tne oay. jm tne cioee tow
market was heavy. Private rate of dis
count was ilH-lH per cent.
IONDON. Nov. 17. Supplies or money
were more abundant In the market today
and rates were easb-r. Discounts were
steadier on a better supply of bills, a strong
Amerlran demand tor gom aio rumors 01
a rise In the Bank of England s rate on
Thursday next.
Business on the Stock exchange was dull
and uninteresting. Consols hardened ft
fraction. Home rails' were depressed on
rumors of the Impending Issues of new
capital. Americans opened steady and
slightly aoove. parity, prices were orten
nominal. They eased afterwards owing to
the absence of support, but improved later
and closed firm. The festure of foreigners
was the firmness of Argentines on conti
nental support. Rio Tlntos were firm.
Consols advanced at -the close on the gen
eral outlook and less likelihood of an ad
vance In the bank rate.
New York Money Market.
NEW IORK. Nov. 17. MONEY On call.
firm at 44i per cent; closing bid, 4 per
cent; offered at 6' per cent; time loans,
ensler; sixty days, 5,ffi6 per centr ninety
days and six months, b'j'fjis per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 0 Per
cent. '
STERLING EXCHANGE Strona". with
actual business In bankers' bills at t4.837ix"(i
4.K1S5 for demand and ut 4.80(f4 S016 for
sixty days' bills; posted rates, 4.t)l4.84tt;
commercial Mils, It. -4.79.
SILVER Bar sliver. 6hc: Mox can dol
lars, 4t"y;c.
bonds Governments Ponds easier: rail
road bonds steady:
The closing quotations on bonds are as
touowe:
1041 I.. A J. unl. 4.
ir Muntuutan r: f. 4a.. 101
rg.
V. a. rf. ti,
so eouDon
00 u, reg ..i"i
do coupon lt7
do new 4a, nn 134H
So ne 4a coupoa.-.lM1
So old 4a, rrs....llVt
do saw 4a coupon.. llH'fc
do Sa, nc 1H
do &a, coupon IftlV
At-hlann gon. 4a 100
do adj. 41.......... S3
Atlaatlo C. L, 4a.... l
M ft O 41 HN'H
do. IHa .... t44
Central of Oa. 6a....lSH
do .lat Inc 2
rhra. 4t Ohio 44t...'.10l4
Cbii-aco A A. SHa... 74
('., 11. g. n. 4a D4
C. M. A St. p. . 4a.. IK
C ft N. W. con. 7i..l;iHA
Mcb. On
do 1st Inc
Minn. St. U 4a
at.-, K. A T. 4a...
do la .,
N. R. R. of M. .
N. Y. C. I. ta...
N. J. C. (. (a
No. Pai.-lfio 4a
do ta
Nor. at Weat. e. 4a
O. S. L. 4a A par..
C. R. f. A P. 4a.
do col. - aa
Cf'C. Ft. L. K. 4a
t'hlcago Tar. 4a....
Con. Tobacco 4a....
Colo. A 80. 4a.
D. A R. O. 4a 'l
Erla prior llan 4a.... M
do grn. 4a M(4
Kt. W. St I). O. la...l4;uelo.'Fsal
Hocking Vallty 4H4.100 4,1
Offered. - t
71
7 J'
. !MP
, 1
11
.. 11
41 TK4
,..12
...initg
..70
7
rnn. conv. v-a a
Heading gen. 4a K
St. L. A I. M. e. in.. IK'S
91. U A 8. f. fx. 4a. mta
at. l. s. w. la az-4,
Seaboard A. L. 4a... IkU
no. racmc -41 M
So. Railway ia US'
raa e. la 117
T . t. U A W. 4a.. 7ot,
tnion facinc 4a in?
do conv. 4a ia
V. 8. Steel td (a. ...
Wahaah la 11274,
do deu. B 61.4
W. ic L. K. 41
Win. Central 4a x
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Beoeipti Terr Light and Priori
ImproTed a Little.
HOGS CONTINUED ON DOWNWARD COURSE
Mdera( Raa af gheesi aatl Lambs aad
ss Demand Was Liberal Prices
Held rally Steady 1st Spite of
Deellae at Other Points.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 17.
Cattle, llogs. Sheep
Receipts wrre:
cfflclal Monday 6.4t4 .Ta 1,7'
Othclal Tuesday S.Out) 7,ou0 lu.OM
Two davs this week ... R 4S4 1? 7M 2.7ui
Kume days last week.. ..14.023 10,7iio ta,774
Same week before 16.7) H.S-3 M,r;4
Same three weeks ago..lU.MU 41.m
Bums four weeks ago....l7,!W B.7f 44,026
Same days last year 10.U4 13,671 81.UU0
il-kiCKlPTS FOR THE TKAR TO PATK.
The followlno- table shows the receipts of
cattle, bogs and sheep at ttnuia Omaha for
too year 10 gate ana comparisons wita uui
year:
, 1901 1901. Inc. Dec.
cattle .79 R3.4o7 n.buJ
Hogs l,9.i9.0W 1.941.610 X.U10
Sheep ...1,633,37 l.&01,133 132,24
Average prices p,iu lot hogs ai South
Omaha for the last several days with comparisons:
Beta 1 uag. iifaiijxu.iim.iim.iUM.usvi.
Not,
Not.
Not.
Nov.
Nov.
Not.
Nov.
Not.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
I...
...
4...
..
t...
7...
8...
9...
10...
11...
12...
13..
14.
Nov. 15.
Nov. 10...
Nov. 17.
4 ,
4 SOU
4 73'
4 72
?f:
4 81
47
4 61'
4 62
8 51
49
6 61
62
I 66
41
a
C 85
6 2&I
S 71
6a?i
?4
11
6 71
t 68
i 67
174,
a
s 7:
10 6 63
4 HI
4 0
4 661
4 641
4 67
4 71
4 69
4 84
4 m
4 04J
4 04
4 03
a
401
4 02
4 03
4 03
4 03
4 02
s e&i a Zt
8 46 t 41
S 4o 43
4 64 6 21 & 69 4 74 S 94
t 61
8 62
8 66
8 62
3 47
8 47
8 43
8 44
4 66
4 64
4 46'
6 28! 6 68,
31 6 67
I 6 63
6 411
S 41
3 S!
4 67; 3 9-.
4 82 3 8
4 901 3 Ml 3 i6
I 4 82 3 87 3 3u
3 43
3 44
3 46
a
3 64
3 41
3 31
3 8:
8 38
3 34
3 32
8 31
8 33
ings.
flaotatloaa et the) Day
' X Commodities
NRW YORK. Nov. 17. FLOUR Receipts
lout hhla.: exDorts. 24.056 bbls.: the mar
ket was dull and easier; winter patents,
umi:u wintHr stralahts. S3 96i4 Oo: Mln-
r.eeif patents, f4.66wt.7p; winter "'ralitht-,
UAntSi- . Mlnneaota bakers. I3.70fii3.86;
winter' low grades. f2tv,i3.15. Rye flour.
,,..1.1- rir 1,1 mxiri t; 2 i3.40: choice
wv. !345uS.65. Buckwheat flour, dull
CoRNMKAli Steady; yellow western.
aim- ltv tl! kiln dried. t3.00il3.06.
ittli Nominal; No. 2 western, 62c,
f. 0. b., slioat; stats and Jersey. 6t'58c.
ttARLKY Steady; feeding, 40c c. I. f.,
Tifalo- maltlna. 4.V4i6kl r. 1. f.. Rutfa O,
wiiKAT Recelnts. M.mw bu. ; exports, 49.-
BH bu. Sot. firm; No. 3 red. 86c. elevator
x- n.i kkU.o f o ti. afloat: No. 1 north
.' rinhrth kuc. f.-o. b. afloat: No. 1 hard,
Manitoba nominal., f. o. b. afloat. Options
' opened firm and higher and were later sus
tained by fears of damage from freeslng
weather west, smaller ni ui cmci
mnit cov-erlim of December shorts.
In the afternoon good support by Chicago
bulls and exoort rumors added to tne scare
of shorts, cl.wlng the market up firm at
7c net advance. May. MM2c; cjlosed
at 2ac; July. 7SH794c; cloeed at (9c;
x kAas "Ul. afs WtiVi i"lrUB 8k t Kfk'-
I7t t fill t4 , lH' . ' . ak-
tX)RN Receipts, 15.500 bu.; exports, 265.
,.1 .., o. rm- No. 2. 49c elevator, and
r.;,"" Ko. 4 vellow. 60c: No.
e i.wi.i iui.'.. Th notion market opened
Steady, then broke under active unloading
and weaker cables. on:y to recover with
late upturn In other JTi.rketa close
whs firm and a -nH higtoer; May. 4,4
i7w .-insert at 47Ac: December. 48 S-lfrtf
OAT8-Recelpta, 93.000 bu : exports. 6.9K5
v.. rmr- No . 4'K"c: standard
whit,, aiilc: No. 3. 6Mic: No. i white, 42c;
No 3 white, 4i4jc; track, weateru white,
HAT Quiet; shipping,
HOPfl Hleodv; state, common to choice.
lna 24(u32c: WS, tlti26c; olds. 912c; fa
Clflc coast, m!. 12il!c.
HIDKS gteadv; Galveston. IhftJS lbs.,
California. 2125 lbs., 19c; Texas dry,
SO lbs., 14c.
I K.ATHER Steady; acid, 231 2ic.
PROVISIONS Beef. steadv; family
tlfl it an 11 00: mess. 38 nofi 60; beef hams.
8.0 2fi22 75: packet. t (ti 10 00; city extra
Indian Mess. 31 5a 17.00. Cut mald. Irrir
ular: rb kled bellies. $9 0t( Hl.00: pickled
Khmilrlers. 86-00: plrxled hams fl0.T5UM.6'
liard. dull: western steamed, 37 60: refined.
quiet: continent. 17 tw; outn Am-nca. X7 t
MmM,in4 i. fiViit.li Pork, steady: fsmllv
3imi0; short clear, 813 26JJ 16.00; mess, 313 CO'tf
13 75.
RICE Steady: domestic, fair to extra,
4-iiic: Ja'ian. nominal.
TALIXJW Dull; city, 4c; country, 4'i
C4X-C
BUTTFR Receipts, 7,177 pkgs.; market
dairy, l.v.i'JOc.
V CH EEs-K Receipts, 10.064 pkgs.; market
oulet; state, full cream, stale, colored.
September. llc; late made. 10c; small,
Willie, fcirptember, 114c: late made, l4ac;
Inrgc-, colored, B-pteuler, llc; lata made,
loV'; Urae, white, BeptenUier, llc; late
noe 10, c
EtKtS Receipts. 8.818 pkgs.; market firm;
western, 23430c.
Dalai Uralai Market.
Dl'Lt'TH. Nov. IT. WH RAT On tra.-k,
.No. 1 northern. 7"Wc; No. 3 northern, 77c;
lx-cemner. 7SSc; May, 7Hc.
OATti S2c
Flour, bbls....
Wheat, bu....
Corn, bu..
Oats, bu
Recelnts.
10,000
...,.53,000
....32.000
60,000
Shipments
17.000
Si, 000
16.000
26,000
89V IW N
74 73-1 74
874 87 87'
m 117 lis 11
153
I, 800 2S 2X 2K
8,200 32",
636 70 70 69
btiO )5 14 . 14
100 26 2-x
bOO 1644 164 163
.'
200 17 17 ' 17
'3,010 ii' ii 1214
6u0 63 62 62
600 22- 81 21
153
100 238 238 238
64
II, 660 . 27 . 26 26Vi
1.200 66 6t4
8,700 ' 49 ' 47-) ' 48i
160
250 70 , 70 70
'...,. 81
4 129'4 128 128
-76) 2i ' 19, 20
400 3T 35 ... 35 .
&I0 lft 17 , 18
Z.200 . M-j. II U
London Stock Market.
LONDON. Nov. TT.'-'ClosIng:
Consols, mooajr... M -! 14, V. Cantral...
X8 fi-ia Norfolk Sc Vint.
OO pfd
.. f Ontario a- W...
.. K lr,nyl vanla ...
.. tl Rand Mlnia ....
..IM'1, Rndlns
.. M do lat ptd
.. 1614 'do It pfd
..141 Bo. Railwar ....
,. 10 do ptd
.. 1 Ho. Pacific
... 1 . Union Parlfle ...
... n . do ffi
... 4KS l 8. Stael
... 41 do' tfd
Wbah
...ldlVa do pfd
.lima
do account
Anaconda
Atchtaon
do pfd
haitlmors A Ohio
Canadian Paclflo
rhea. A Ohio
Chlrano Gt. Writ
C. M. A St. P..
DoRaon
benrar A R. O..
do etd
Erla
do lat pfd......
do td pfd
Ililnola Central ..
a n
K. A T
.14.850
41
60ff76c; good to
Isc:
NEW YORK, Nov. 17 -Ppeclal cables and
telegraphic communication ret.-eived by
Rradslreet s shows tne loiiowing cnangas
In available supplies as oompsred with
lust account:
Wheat United States and Canada.! east
of the Rocky mountains, increased 3,213,000
bu. Afloat for and in Europe, decreased
60O.COO bu. Total supply Increased 3,113,000 bu.
Corn t nlted Htates and Canada, east
of the Rocky mountains, decreased 444,000
bu. ..
Oats United States and Canada, east of
the Rocky mountains, 6M. 000 bu.
Among the more Important increases re
ported this week, are those of 700,000 bu.
at northwestern Interior elevators, 600,000
bu. at Manitoba storage points and 12&.0U0
bu. at Chattanooga,
Leading decreases are 48,000 on. at Chi-
cngo private elevators and - 238,000 tu. at
Bt. josepn.
Philadelphia rrodace Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 17. BUTTER
Firm, good demand: extra western cream
ery, 2'-'V(T-Sc; nearby prints, 24:.
EUUB-rlrm, good demand; I rein nearby,
90c loss off; western, 2c)29c; southwestern.
2Mj27c; southern. 24u25c.
CH EES B Dull and easier; New Tork
full creams, fancy, lli12c; choice, llc;
fair to good, 10WHV.C
Mlaaeapolls Wheat, rlosr aad Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 17. WHEAT-De-
ceinlier. 79"mC; May, 791c; on track. No. 1
hard, 82c; No. J northern, 8lc: No. 3 north
ern, 7c; No. 3 northern, 73'U7fc.
FLOl'R r li st patents, 4.6i4.7S; second
patents, 34.604,4.60; first clears, 33.20423.30;
second clears, 32.3Wi'l 40.
BRAN in bulk, l3.2o.
200
300
.12.750
. 1.100
. 3u0
Norfolk at Western... 1,100
do pfd
Ontario 6 Western... 1,416
Pennsylvania 104,674
P., C. C. dr. St. L....
Reading
do lat pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co
do pfd
St. L. A S. F
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
St. L. 8. W
do pfd
St. Paul
do pfd
Southern Pacific ...
Southern Railway .,
do pfd
Texas & Pacific....,
T.. St. L t W
do pfd
Union Pacific
do pfd...... ,
Wabash
do pfd
Wheel. & L. E
Wisconsin Central.,
do ptd ,
Adams Express ....
American
United States
Wells-Fargo
Amalgamated Cop.
Amor. Car A Foun.
do pfd
Amer. Linseed Oil..
do pfd
Amer. Locomotive,
do nfd
Amer. Smelt. 4V Refln.
do pfd
Amer. Sugar Refln.
Anaconda Mln. Co.
Brooklyn R. T
Colo. Fuel A Iron..
Col. A Hock Coal
Consolidated Gas ...
General Electric
International Paper .
do pfd
International Pump..
do ofd
National Biscuit......
National Lead
North American
Pacific Mail
People's Gas
Pressed Steel Car....
do Dfd
Pullman Pal. Car
Republic Steel 40
do pfd 1.400
Rubber Goods
do Dfd '
Tenn. Coal A Iron
U. 8. leather
do nfd
U. 8. Rubber
do rfd
U. 8. Steel
do Dfd
Western Union ....
Northern Securities...
Total sale for the
4,315 11 100 l0o
t.m 141 1H94 1394
9,100
' MM
8,000
200
200
100
4.700
Lib lit 11
63 - 63 63 '
89 88 88
16 16 ,16
34 84 V4 34
88 36 36
117 116 116
60 64 64
82
20 19 19
113 112 112
. 56
89 38 38
75;
120 66 65 S64
4.250 23 22 22
, 100 69 69 64
' '.'.'.'. 60
, 450 44 43 43
, 820 . 12 12 12
, 410 80 30 29
.14,1.01 136 135
, 100 173 173
, 6,660 42 41
, 9o0 17 li
. 360 73 73
. 420 23 224
.10,000 21 19
. 8.006 82 804
.21.200 71 70
. 626 86 86
. 400 19 19
. S.326 33 22
16 'ieii
34 84
a gV.
BAR SILVER Steadv. 27V4d ner nonce
MONEr-3fi3i4i uer cent: the rate' of din.
count In the .open market for short bills Is
1 i-u4i4'4 per cent: the rate of discount In
the open market for three months' bills la
c5 per cent. - .
' ., Bank, Clearings.
OMAHA. Nov. 17.-Bank rleArlnsrs fnr In.
day, 81,898.926.18, an Increase of 361,815.13 over
the corresponding day last year.
Cotton Market.
8TV LOUIS. NOV. "17.4-COTTON Wlrm tint
unchanged; middling, . llq; sales, 70 bales;
receipt 900 . bales i Ehlpmenuj 163 bales;
stock, 8,077 bales. '
C W 4J IN-B,'' rOV. .7. COTTON
Flrnv; oales, 3,700 bales: ordinary. 8 3-lc:
good ordinary, o; middilog, 10c; good
middling. lll-16c; middling fair. llf-16c:
receipts, 8,021 bales; stock, 245,460 bales.
f utures, nrm
uary
March. 11.2a;iiit:Ut23o:ljaiPrll. ll.ioiill 37c: Mav
11411.44)-Jupts Wjj,lV62c; July, lLfcHf
11.66c..- ... ........ i
NEW YORK,' Nov. 17.-COTTON-The
market opened weak' at 1 a decline of 6fa
points under-further-liquidation and selling
for short account JhHt was encouraged by
the lower cables And the prospect, for record-breaking
receipts. After declining an -
other point or two, however, huylng orders
began to come (a and aoon after the call
prices were back to the prices of the pre
vious night. Entlmates -rfor tomorrow at
leading points begun to come in. selling or
ders increased-somewhat e-nd the market
In the middle of LUe forenoon was 12fcl4
points net lower. Willi the tone feverish
and excited.1 The weather reports from the
northwestern belt, were-very bad end pre
dictions of snow and aleet came drifting In,
with the forecast still pointing lower. This
rallied the market -m smite or the neavy
movement,. and in tlje early afternoon trad-
Decame active. - exports
38,
19 '
66
200 37
100 .
610
1,010
1,660
. 100
.24,89
. 10
. 100
. J.230
. 20.1
. 660
75
43 87
138
67
39
29
10
177 174
37'
19
66
27"
42
87
116
67
38
29
10
160
10
150
10
Market.
Kaaaas City Urali aad rravtiloaa.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 17. WHEAT De-
ctuiber, 6io; M, .;-c; cash, No. 3 hard.
Liverpool Gi
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 17. WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. t red western, winter, 6s 2d;
futures, steady; December, 6a 4d; March,
6s 31: June. 6s 2 VI.
CORN Spot, easy; American mixed,
3s 10d; futures, steady; November, Sa
im,d, December, 3a 10 -a.
Mllwnnkee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 17. WHEAT Mar
ket firmer; No. 1 northern, 81o; No. 3 north
ern. 7tr7o: May, 77o asked.
KYR Firm: No. 1. fcotK";.
BARLEY Firm: December, 65c; sample.
CORN May. 46c.
.Toledo Seed Market
TOLEDO. Nov. 17. SEED Clover, cash,
$6. 47 S; liecember, 36.60; January, 36.55; Feb
ruary, to 60; March. 86.66; prime timothy,
31.85; prime alaike. leeo. .
Feeria Market.
PEORIA. Ill . Not. 17.-CORN Steady to
lower; New No. 4. 37c; No. 3, 41,c; No. 4.
40c.
Oil aad Holla.
OIL CITY. Not. 17. OILS-Oedlt bal
ances, 8177; certificates closed, 31 60 bid.
Sales, t.t) barrels at 31 .80; shipments,
6.,,.jn bbls.: average. M 266 bbls.; runs. 27.-
fnB I. his ; average, 67. 806 Shipments Lima,
6.rt3 bbls.: average. 69 si puis.; runs, Lima,
1H7M: avenue, w.14 Mill.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Nov. 17. till Tur
pentine, firm: c Roeln firm: A. B. C. D,
fc 13: E, F. 12S"r2; O. 2.4o2 4i: H. 82.45
1 t: K. U; M. fj.00; N, 83 20; W. O.
fO J-, W. W. 8.60.
200 11 U'
3,115
380
3,100
.... 600
.... 6"0
.... 100
!!!!ii.'6i'i6
....460
476
94
27
T
60
11
62
84
ivi
27
6
49V4
r
75
8
io
60
84
135
1724
41
17
73
22
19
SI
7u
86
18
83 .
14
15
33
219
1H
100
195
.87
18
66
25
12
74
42
tm
117
64
S8U
'
178
14X
lOll
00
80
68
S4
11
70
23
93
27
6R
210
. 1
49
n
27
7
75
8
36
lo
83
,
.
. la
. Wt4j
. 4H
. s
.. WVa
. H
. r
. 114
... tM,
,.
,. 78
.. 14
.. 11
.. SSVt
,. 1
.. S4
26
1
" 'i
26 ..
19 , 18
12
19 . 14
6
1
t
'a 'i
8 1
123 39
2 f
2 Si
t 15
t 85
3 S
Swan Land 4k Cattle Company Wyo.
10 cows 9f 2 36 51 cows 72 1 70
t steers 930 3 75
Grace Creek lave Stock Co. Wyo.
86 feeders.. 797 3 60 13 feeders. .1006 3 28
O. 8. Moore Wyo.
17 feedem. ,Vi S IS rows 741
27 feeders.. f7 8 2S 13 heifers... 6."9
21 cows 79 2 10
R. Temple wyo.
11 cows 15 2 76 t cows 16..
1 bulls 1490 190 s steers. ...iimi
28 steers. ...1139 8 35 1 Steer 1J10
6 feeden..iKio 2 S5
T. II. Mallry-cr-lo.
20 feeders.. 7S 2 95 la feeders.. S4 3
1 feeder... WO 2 85 1 steer ux J w
0 cows 870 2 30 X feeder. . .1130 3 80 .
HOOS-Thcre was a fairly liberal run
of hogs here this morning and prices con
tinued their downward course at sn point".
The decline here amounted to fully 6'iilfc.
but trading was fairly active, so lhat all
nn early arrivals were imposca 01 10 ''"
season. Heavy hogs sold :srgciy irotti .
o 14.45. with a few common loads lielow
34.40. Medium weight hogs sold from ft. 4
to 64.50 and lights from tnnt up to ii.o.t..
A good many of the trains were late In
arrivlmr. so the market did not come to an
early close. ,
When the late trains did srrlvo packers
took hold vcrv freelr and brnight the nos
at stronger prices than they paid early.
All of thm seemed to want a few loads
and us a result trading was active. As
high as 84.65 and ft. 074 was paid ror ngnt
hogs on the latter end of the market, rep
resentative rales:
butcher i teers, f? .SMI I 90 ; steers under 1vy
lbs., f.t.0(i4.7S; slo.-k.rs and fte.lers, 32. V
I 10; cows and heifers, ti. J.Vji 4 26 : canner-,
tl 7.-1 J.1S; bulls. J O".,.1: cslve-a, t4 34 M ;
Texas and Inillim "leers. i .SOI4S.6O; cows
and heifers, f2 0"'u2.tn.
HOGS Receipts, 5.M0 head. Market
Heady to lower. Pigs and linhts. M 4o-t4 7";
pai krs. f4.3oi4.70; butchers and best heavy,
f4.V-ti4.Mi.
811 KEP Receipts. 2,000 bend. Market
steady. Native mutton. ,3.1 oyi:l 6; lambs,
J4.2f.fj "'.of; culls and buck!?, S2.504J .; et.K-k-ers,
2.OO02.6O.
Klani City Live Stork Market.
BIOV'X CITT, Nov. 17 -(Ppeclnl THe
gram )--CATTLE Receipts, !.'"; market
steady ; beeves, fn.7S4i5.o0; cows, bulls nnd
mixed, tlMNKMS SO; stork. -rs anil feeders, f2.5)
3.iif; calves and arllngs. f3.2itf 3.30.
IK )(',.S -Receipts. 6.4.41; market loq lower
at t5.2!4i5.50; bulk. 15 405.45.
Kvaporntrd Apples aad Dried Frnlts.
NEW .YORK. Nov. 17. EVAPORATED
I'l'l.r.a-The market continues quiet, with
undertone easv. Common are onoted
choice at 6ti6f,
is, firm. Dwqejnber, ll.034ill.mc: Jan
ll.09ifll.10c; February, 11.14ra)ll. lttc;
488 66
628 1,242
479 1,679
691 1,472
94
1.814
167
180
124
74
211
71
90
14
68
668
3
304 .....
today were
market was
day.
ii'iiioo shares!1
Boston stock ttnotatloaa.
BOSTON. Not. 17-rall loans, fifi. re
cent; time loans, 60f6 per cent. Official
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
Atrhlaoa 4l MS4 Allouaa
Max. Coul.4s V lAiulaamatad
. . l , ii:1. .
aticmaun ...,...., ....toauMa
do Sfd
Roatos A Alkar---'9
boatos A Mama 171
Bostna Rla 144
N. T , N. H. A U..1
ritlhburt pfd IM
taioa Pari 1"
Max. Caatral
inar. Huiar
da l'a ...
Amor. T. A T..
Ik.a. I. A S ...
onral Elactrlo
MM. Klactrtl
do ptA
taltad rrult ..
11. S. sta4
do pfd
Wasting houaa
Adraatur
'l. a lu
antanalal
Coppar kins ..
uomlalon Coal
rraaklln
Ill Korala ....
Mokawk
- Old Oowlklos .
llTSi Oacaola
IK1
farrot
myumscr
Sa sanu Fa Ceapar...
.141
. It
. 1
. rr
iTamaravk
Trlullr
IVtmed autas
ln4 Victorta
Km Wloooa ......
4 Wolaarlae
II, Pal Wait ...
4-4
rri,
ji
tto
-
4
.
'
. 11M
n
' J
, av
: 1
, 17V
. aa
New York Mlalna tgnotallona. J
NEW YORK. Not. 17.-The following art
tna rniu quuiauuiia un mining stocks:
Adans Cea
A Hue
t
..14
t-matock Tunnot.... T
ca. ( al. A Va
Hora SIlTar lu
Irus 11 1 rar 144
Ladllla Cea I
Luna t klaf f
Offered.
OnUrie
phlr
'Pkoaals
Poloal
1
Siaria Navadk
Saaall Koan ..
giaadara
..OS
.. II
.. Ja
.. It
..toe
Foreign FlnaaelaL
BERLIN. Not 17. Stocks on the bourse
continued dull. Favorable report legaid-
ina-
mailer and New York spot
quiet and unchanged,
IjIVJKKPOOU OV. 17. Cin-ITJJN epoi.
troderate business done, prices 14 points
lower; American middling fair, 6.24d; good
.11-1 m iul.1 . I... !... H t.A Inn. I .1
dllng, 5.92d; good ordinary, 6.82d; ordinary,.
5.72d. The sales of the day were e.oou Da:es,
of which 500 were for speculation and ex
port and Included 4,700 American. Receipts,
17,000 bales. Including 16,800 American. Fu
tures opened easier ana cionea easy; Amer
ican middling, g. o. c, November. 5.84
I. sod; November and December, 6.7&45.79d:
December and January. 6.7di; January ana
February, 6.73t6.74d; February and March.
6.72d; March and April, 6.73d; April and
May, S.72(g5.7Bd; May and June. 6.7:46.73d ;
June and July. 6.7lua.72d; July and August,
6. i0if5.ua.
Metal Market.
NEW YORK, Not. 17.-METAL8 There
was an advance of 10s for spot tin In I -on-dun,
where that position closed at 116 13s
6d and futures were finally quoted at 117
15s. Locally tin was quoted at 825.1025.50.
Copper was . unchanged In London, spot
closing at 56 16s -and futures at 66 10s.
Locally copper waa rather unsettled, with
lake and electrolytic, and casting all quoted
t tin on
Iead was unchanged "according to offi
cial nimtstlona. at 84.25 In the local market.
though the big rpoducers are quoting spot
lead In lots or nny ions or over at a.i.
London was unchanged at 11 Is 3d.
Spelter was dull and more or less nomi
nal locally at 36.62 and London was un-
olianaxul t flUS 16d.
Iron closed at 4m 9d In Glasgow and at
49. ftrl in Mlddleaborough. Locally iron
was onlet. No. 1 foundry southern is
n.w.tad st 11Vuil6.00: No. 3 foundry north
m 114 ?.vitfi oo: No. 1 foundry southern
and No. 1 foundry southern soft at 8X3.76
14.25. t
' Wool Market.
bt fil'ia. Nov 17. WOOL Quiet: me
dium grade, combing and clothing, 17
2Hc: light fine, 15il7c; heavy fine, ' 120
14... washed. XooiJOc. -
BOSTON, Nov. 17. WOOL The market
the past week has been dull, hut prices
have held steady. The market for fleece
wools has been firm with moderate buying,
In territory wools me oemuno continue.
quiet with a belter call for fine and tine
medium grades. Foreign wools are quoted
at unchanged figures, with a dull mar
ket. Current quotations on aomestio woois
may be sumniarixea as iuuows: territory,
Idaho, mie, injur; "no nicuium nwnn,
moriinm ixrl9c : Wyoming, line. 14ft15c;
fine medium, ltniio: meoiiim, in'vtjit-;
ITtah and Nevada, fine, lMilic; rlne me
dium, 174t'17c! medium, ivryr; Dakota,
fine, 154t 16c; line meaium, miv tiv-; me
dium, iy;ac; Montana, nne cimice, iwqmc.
staple, iudfilc; medium choice, 2otj21c.
CoBee Market. -
NEW YORK. NeVjlt COFFEE Steadv;
No. 7 Rio. 6Vc The market for futures
opened steady at unchanged prices to a
decline OI S points. Uliot-r iiifuiunuun, ma
absence of Dressing aemanu ana ruiea
generally quiet during the entire session.
Receipts at primary points wore man aim
the primary market was firmer, but the
European markets snowea lime lenaency
and attempts to realise srter the
opening essed ' prices off somewhat. To
ward the close, however, there was some
covering bv room shorts aud tha market
was generally steady, net unchanged to
I points lower, dales were so.iau una, in
cluding December et 6.&aio 6oc; March,
6 8Mi6 9i)c; May. 4fi.10c; July, 64Hj25c;
September, kU(&6.ac; October. .8u4i6.35c.
agar Market,
NEW ORLEANS. Not 17 8COAR
Quiet, open kettle centrifugal, 3't41e; cen
trifugal whites, J. fin 13-16c yellows. IW&
8 ll-16c: seconds. 2,t'lVc.
MOLASSES Open kettle easier. 254128c:
eentiifugal easier,' 104 25c; syrup quiet, 26
t36f.
NEW YORK. Now. 17-81'fJAR Raw
nominal: fair refining, 8c: centrifueal. 91
teeC Sr; intilasees lunar, Sc. Refined
timet: crushed, i.'iuc; poderd, 4.80c; gran
ulated, 4.7UC
Indicates Sunday.
. The offlcial number of cars of stock
brought in tuoay by each road was:
Road. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
t. ., m. et bi. f. Ky.... l
Wabaah ... 8
Mo. P. Ry 7
Union Pacific system .... 2
C. A N. W. Ry 4'
F., K. & M. V. R. R.... 24
C, St. P., M. & O. Ry... 2
B. & M. Ry 41
C. U. & Q. Ry
K. C. & St. J
C, R. I. A P., east 9
C, R. I. ft P., west .. 6
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Great Western 2
Total receipts 134
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Iluyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omuha Packing Co 488 66 670
Swift and Company .... 628 1,242 1.027
Cudaiiy Packing Co. .. 479 1.679 2,104
Armour ft Co 591 1,472 2.0&0
umana rug. Co., Bt. joe
Armour ft Co., 8. C...
Vansant ft Co
Carey ft Benton '
Lobman ft Co
W. I. Stephen
Livingstone ft 8haller ..
II. F. Hamilton
1 F. Huss
Wolf ft Murnan
Sam Wertheimer
Morton ft Grvgson '
Mike HaKarerty
Other buyers 304 ..... ' 7.799
Totals 3.506 7,630 13.60
CATTLE There waa a mucTt smaller run
of cattle here this morning than was gen
erally anticipated and aa a result the mar
ket waa tusuve, with the tendency of prices
.pwaxd on most lines. Both feeder buy
ers and packers took - hold of desirable
grades freely and all the early arrivals
were soon out of first hands.
There were ten or a doxen cars of corn
fed ateers in the yards this morning, but
moat of them were rather lnfqrior. Good
stuff sold at steady prices a compared
with yesterday's slumu. but tha warmed-
up and unmonatuff was very -nurd to-dispose
of at any price. Packers do not seem
to want that class of 'cattle and a a result
salesman have hard work tp dispose of IL
ine cow market Was active and stronger
this morning. Packers all wanted a tew,
and the light receipts made them hustle
to get their more urgent ordefs filled, gome
sales were perhaps fcloc h gher, but the
general market could best be described bv
tailing t active aud strong. Bulls, veal
calves and stags also sold to fully aa good
advantage as they did yesterday.'
There was a very fair demand for stock
came rrom tne country yesterday, con
sidering that It was Monday. Aa a result
speculators were ail anxious for more cat
ne mis morning and, as receipts were
very light, they forced prices up consid
erably. Some of the choicest grades sold
ail or lie or 30c higher, but the general
market was probably . around a dime
higher. Common cattle, of course, did not
Imnrove aa much.
There were very few western arans ha.
steers on sale, but it would be safe to
quote the market steady on all desirable
frradea. Range cows were strong and act
ve, with feeders generally -a dime higher
and In some cases sales were made aa
much aa 16o or 20c higher. Representative
aioai - . .
BEEF STEERS.
No. Ar. Pr. Nn. Av.
t 10i I M II ......1Jt i
I 4 1 ad 11 . in.
to 41 I 14 ,...1
11 829 S an 11 ,-.
11 104 4 14
COWS.
to 1 16 . 1 MM)
l una t 40 t loot
14 174 I 44 ft 710
4 10 t 14 1 JJ10
t no j 7i i ....mo
8 TOT 1 IS
' HEIFERS,
l tie t it - m an
11 414 t M 1 450
1 441 1 41 KM)
1 T40 3 10 i: 4M
J3ULL8.
1...., 1"0 1 44 t ...15M
1 144(1 ill 1 7JO
8TOCKER8 AND FEEDERS.
4 t ! II. .. 7-
WYOMING. . "
47 ateers.. ..1079 3 20 103 steers
No.
in....
14....
f.o....
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IT....
SO
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4(1....
IT....
47....
11....
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41....
44...,
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IT...,
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HI...,
4...
47...
II...
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60...
4...
14...
"4...
14....
At.
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...SM
, . .80
.. 4fT
.'..?
,..t0
...321
...K4
...74
...til
...131
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...0
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II
40
16l
1 art
170
0
1 "0
uo
no
140
40
K0
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an
1J0
l?o
100
in
wo
Ml
JKO
no
ico
T40
1(0
ISO
no
to
10
40
10
110
Pr.
4 ss
4 K
4 IK -4
4
4 40
t
4 4" '
4 40 -4
40 .
4 40
4 40
4 o .
4 40
4 40 . :
4 40
4 40
4 40
I 424j
4
4 42a
4 41
4 4:s
4 4?v,
4 41 .
4 42'4
4 4(1
4 41
4 4.'.
4 4S
4 4
4 45 .
4 4
4 41
4 43 .
4 45
4 41
4 44
Va.
48..
17..
41..
17..
1
IT
M.
14...
74...
M...
45...
M...
14...
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10..
IT. .
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.:
10..
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.S30
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.911
171
T7T
?4
.151
..?5
..t4
..80S
. .310
..Ml
..sn
.,!55
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. .!5
..:79
...304
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180
no
140
Vl
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180
)0
120
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0
rwi
40
180
in
;to
120
no
40
140
Kl
4 4J
4 41
4 45 ,
4 45
4 41
4 4S
4 45
4 4".
4 i
4 41 .
4 45
4 45
4 474
4 474
4 47k,
4 474j
4 47a
4 47'i
4 47
4 47.4
4 47
4 471,
4 47,
4 47V.
4 50
4 r.o
4 50
4 50
4 52i
4 SS'i
4 51
4 65
4 Ml
4 51
4 C24
4 15
4 7'4
Al
the
at 4fi.V; prime at 4VTT6c:
nnii inncv at 7c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED RTMTS Trune
have met with some extrorl Inoulrv. but
) little business has resulted nnd the mnrk't
remains unchanged, m-lth quotations rang
ing from 2iri7c for all guides. Apricot
are quirt. Choice nve quoted at 8"4f9Vtc;
extra choice at liHflOHc, and fancy at H
t12c. I'eaches are unlet, with choice held
at 7Vif"IVc; extra choice at 71jS)4C, and
fancy at V4tlcvc.
Dry Uoada Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17.-DRT OOODH-
The market has been ctiuracfcrlsed hy
hesitancy on the part of buyer and seller.
not n shies are awaiting developments in
the raw cotton market and are not pre
pared to say what they will do. More con-i-ervatlsm
by buyrvs has been remarked
during the day, but a good 'many orders
for future delivery have been refused.
Whlaky Market.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 17. WinSKT-Dls-tlllers'
finished goods steady on basts of
31.25. - .!.--
PEORIA. Nov. 17-WHlSKY-On the
basis of 31-26 for finished goods.
REAL KST4.TH THAXSKEltS.
SHEEP There was a moderate run of
Cheep nnd lambs here this morning, and In
spite of the fact that Chicago was quoted
much lower- prices here held fully steady
on all desirable grades. Puckers seemed to
oe anxious ror rresn supplies, anil as int ra
were not vcr many killers Included In the
offerings trading was brisk and prices fully
steady with yesterday. This vai true o
both sheep and lambs. .
I here was also a good Inquiry ror Teeners,
nd In fact the demand waa fully as large
ns the supply, and everything changed
bands In good season at steady prices.
Common kinds of course were more or less
neglected the-same as usual, but still they
sold to as good advantage ae they did yesterday.
Quotations for grass stock: Choice west
ern lambs, 64.604.76; fair to good lambs.
14.3)414.00: choice yearlings, n.to'uj.io; iair
to good yearlings, ;-8.1o3.40; choice weth
ers, 3.zrcu3.60; fair to good wetners, sj.uuw
8.26; good to choice ewea, 82.75tt-3.on; fair to
good ewes, 2.G04j2.76; ti oice feeder lambs.
309410: fair to good reeder lambs 73.26'9
3.76: baby lambs. K.mii.bO: teener year
lings, 33.MKiT3.30; feeder wethers. 83.onCfl.as;
feeder . ewes. IZ.umiiz.zb; cuus, i.iaxo.w.
Representatives, sales:
Av.
1K9 native-fed ewes 102
1044 Wyoming wethers 1"
48 native-fed wethers t.t uu
13s native-fed wethers 92
9- Mexican lambs vi
1430 Mexican yearlings 64
601 Nebraska feeder lambs 69
269 Wyoming cull ewes M
vs Wyoming ewes...
fine Wyoming feeder ewes.: 93
222 Wyoming feeder ewes 0
201 Wyoming feeder 'ewes 7
861 Wyoming feeder ewes. V)
64 Wyoming ewes... no
211 Wyoming ewes 91
837 Wyoming ewes. .'. 92
4fiS Wyoming feeder lamb.. 60
i'(ft wvnminsr reeoeir vearunas.k.. vo
SIS Wwomlng ftdt. lambs.. , 3 76,
lWl.Wyonalng feeder lambs....... u ; 3 w .
Pr.
3 00
3 40
3 45
8 90
t 00
3 85
4 00
1 36
.2 16
2 15
2 IS
15
t 60
1 60
1 65
2 70
t n
8 40
1034 Wyoming lamtis...
136 Wyoming cull ewe
269 Wyoming cull liimln...,.:..
.. SOLD YESTERDAY
868 tTtah feeder ewes
43 Wyoming feeder eweh
118 Utah ewes
201 Wyoming ewes
21 Wyoming ewes
26 Wyoming ewes
14 Wyoming cull yearlings
lflO Wyoming feedor yearlings..
370 Wyoming feeder .yearlings..,
173 Wyoming feeder yearlings..
106 ITtah yearlings.......
2il Wyoming feeder lambs
715 Wyoming feeder lambs
11 Wyoming yearlings
S16 Wyoming cull lambs
342 Wyoming feeder larnns
68 ,
61
69
33
83
m
91
101
90
100
73
80
K
SI
70
63
50
93
68
67
4 00
4 76
1 2
t 30
f 06 '
t 15
I 70
I 80
I 90
1 90
8 00
3 40
8 40
8 40
2 40
I 60
3 65
3 75
3 75
3 70
800
100
100
Deeds filed for record yesterday aa fur
nished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1614
Farnam street:
William 8. Erlght nnd wire to TOdlth
J. McCnv. lot 3. block 1 ' Haarlnr's '
3d addition to Val'i-y I
Helen Aub to Fred D. Wend: nH of
rltt fet of lot 10, Mock 16, Improve
ment association
Jacob U. Heath, et nl, to Timothy T.
Muntirr. lot 6. Freeman s addition....
Beni.miln Kolsom and wife to Kred
u. w euu. part loi o, oiock city....
Benjnmtn Folsom and wife to I'red
it. part Davenport ana aim
slrici vacated ' 2
D. V. Bltliles Co.. et nl. to Fred Kavan,
nH of wl24 feet of lot 2. block 4.
8. E. Rogers' addition 2.009
Saunders County Nntlonal bnnk to
Charles G. Bird, lot 14. block 2.
Mayne's addition to Omaha
R. P. Brewster to Mary H. and Fran
ces B. Brewster, part 34-16-u1
John L. Soil, et al. to Mary L. Noyce.
lot 6. block 2. Irvlngton.....
John L. Soil, et al. to Anna J. Noyce,
lot 4, block 2, Irvlngton..., i5
Mattle L. Valentine to John Schunett
gen, lot 25, block 2, Forest Hill ad-
dltlon . 4.600
James H. Sherwood to Mary A. Push-
lan, 24x132 feet, lot 7. Housere suo-
dlvlslon, Capitol addition..... 1,260
Florence company to Aetna Trust
company, lot 1. block 129 Florence.... J
Frans Dargacxewskl ond wlfs to Lottie
Dargacsewski, subdivision lot 2. of .
lot 34. BWV4. nwVi. 27-1612 J
Lottie Dargacrewskl- to Matilda- Dar-
faciewskl, suDaivtsion lot i ot iui
4. sw, nwH. 27-15-12
Midway Investment company td Frank
Benda. w434j feet of lots 11 and 12,
block 1, Potter ft Cobb's addition....
John Tweedy and wife to OtistaT
Pegnu, lot ?. block 19, Bedford
Place 1 addition .' :i '.
Hanna-M. Anderson and husband
DnlHy JS. Bherboudy, part lots
and 12, block t, Boggk ft Hlll'g
addition
160
200
75
to
11
Id
3
C3
800.
2.4X0
1 1TOfmsPT
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Kill A
THE
HYGICNI
LOTION
aVaasa - - ALaal I aMauajsMsstaBaTa BBaaWjasSb Ss4MASBfeafl
NO AIN. NO. STAIN.
NO STRICTURE. FRIE SYRtNOX.
W A gaur) rwrallT aaf PI sa.
Kent to aay address for H-60.
IHERHAH MeCOJJMKIX.
tatyear kt'S- Ce.. lanaaatar. O.
4 40
4 10
4 40
4 U
I oe
too
I 15
i in
I
1 U '
I 44 '
I 7
I J
4 oe
2 cows i 805 2 26 101 cows.
3 cows W6 2 25
T. B. Hill-Neb.
..1044
.. 901
8 20
8 66
S feeders.,
29 feeders.,
18 feeders.
1 cow
2 cows.....
1 cow ,
18 cows....
1 bull 12x0
heifers... 313
14
M5
976
6.10
, W.H
WO
H4
Sf8
..10
.. 600
., 750
.. 920
..1115
..1112
3 10 1 feeder... 960
S 10 I feeders.. 923
3 20 1 feeder... lnio
2 40 2 cows 95
3 40 Z7 cows...
1 10 2 cows. ,.
180 16 steers.,
1 W . 1 feeder.
I 60
D. T. Tailor Neb.
14 cows 10H 190 1 cow....
1 cow. .....1070 1 90 1 cow...,
3 heifers.. 810 2 60 10 cows...
4 cows..... 910 2 25 14 rows..,
O. Harris Neb.
t6 cows 9M 3 36 10 cows 903 2 08
r lenien. a uo
Frank Currie Neb.
1 bull 1200 2 10 1 bull 130
16 cows 848 1 90 2 feeders.. 855
1 heifer... 610 1 16 cows K54
(... m in 3 calves...
8 feeders.. 9fO ( 90
8. F. Hunter Neb.
Scows 1"8 2 26 6 cows....
1 cow 940 2 00 8 feeders.
Joseph Keith Neb.
8 steers.. ..W7 3 00 4 cows
3 cows 810 2 00 .19 feeders.
A. T. Hodce Neb.
steers.. ..ii.-i s an
6 feeders.. 83 2 75
- Schlll Bros Neb.
2 feeders.. lOfO 3 15 3 cows
166
93
' ?7
872
3 10
2 60
2 00
2 40
2 40
1 SO
2 10
3 3
1 80
1 )
2 25
3 65
2 10
tso.
2 SO
3 16
2 00
2 75
3 60
3 25
1 steer 1150 2 65
...17S
...1210
...106
1 cow 9M I ti 2 bulls.
1 bull llw 1-60 6 cows.
6 cowa ino z 40
J. Harrington 8. D.
14 eow4 loWl 2 75 1 cow logo
1 cow sf) 2 60 1 cow 940
2 steers.. ..136 8 60 27 s'eera.,..llu3
Maple Bros. 8. D.
T steers.. ..1"!45 8 40 4 rows 9oT
1 steer 1120 2 60 1 steer 1310
1 steer 1230 8 40
Mowen Bro. 8. D.
,.10V 2 81 7 steers. ...1168
2 40
1 60
2 40
2 25
1 1
2 60
2 n
260
4 rows..
70 steers.
4 cows..
8 40
2 66
.! 2 60 I cows 1046
..1177 2 26
M. Jackson 8. D.
..1127 3 06 3 cows 940 2 66
.. 3 l Ml
J. Kammerer 8. D.
to steers. ...KTO 8 25 1 cow 1360 2 65
1 steer ism I 40
E. W. Cole Wvn.
1 feeder... 10 M 1 fteder... 910
18 cows 48 1 90 4 cow 10"6
J. C. Schmidt Wyo.
.lf 2 40 1 hull 14U)
. 270 2 75 1 cow J-X"!
,. 91. t v 1 bull 1070
.. FM I1 2 cows..... (40
. 0 2 00
C J. TTyshsm Wyo.
10 steers
11 cows..
1 cow
1 cair
f cows.
6 heifers.,
1 cow
3 n
3 40
1 60
40
3 Ii
2 41
CHICAGO iJVfO STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Market Blow Hogs Go Lovrer
Sheep Drop.
CHICAGO. Nov. 17.-CATTLE Receipts.
10,000 head. Including 1.000 westerns; mar
ket slow; good to prime steers, h.iktow;
For to medium. $3.2."4j4.75; Blockers and
reders, 32.60'Ii4.1.''.; cows and heifers. 31.2r.i9
4.66: canners. I1.2Mi2.40: bulls, 32.00ut.25;
calves. 32 0047.25; Texa-fed steers. 32.70j
8.60: -western steers. -
HOUBKecclnls . loflay. sj,i; eaumaiea
for tomorrow, 26.000 head; market 10c lower,
closed steady; mixed and butchers, 34. 600
4.90; good to choice henvy, 34 8W7H:
rough, heavy. i so so; ;ignt, .4a v;
bulk of sales. fl.66ft4'.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 20,000
head; sheep and lambs 25o lower; good to
choice wethers. 33 6413.75; fair to choice
mixed, 32.o0CuS.25: western sheep, 33.0O(iTS.75;
native lambs. k.7&0O.si: western lamui,
84.0(X&.00.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT, Not. 17. CATTLE Re
celnts. 14,900 ntives, 100 Texans; calves,
l,4u6 natives, 60 Texans. Corn fed and west
ern grass red cattle stesny to wets; wet
ern canning cows active and steady; stork
ers and feeders slow: choice export end
I dressed beef steers, f4.25fi5 15; fair to good,
Iii.miftl4.ia); stockers ana reeoars. n.isau-i.sui
western fed steers. I2.75fi4 00; Texans ond
Indian steers, 82.n0t3.rs: Texas cows, l.a
f2.75: nstlve cows, 31.6o'3.45: native heif
ers, 82.oo-774.2S; cnn-rs. $1.00(2.15; bulls, $1.90
I eS (VI: calves. $2 GC&.i5. .
ItOtiU Receipts 1 1,01x1 neao; mirKri w-
15c lower. Top. $l.5; bulk of sales. $4.4(W
4 SO; heavy, $4.?6fi4.7o: mixed packers. $.4
i4.S0; llaht. $1.70&4.6; yorkcrs, 1.a0i(4.&;
rla t4 7.K.4 DO.
Briiiir.f rieceipts. taar nrm; totrt ac
tive and steady. Na'lvs lambs. $3.35(6 :V:
western lambs. $2.9"630: fed ewes, J2.r3
8 90; Texas clipped yearlings. $2.fVu3.80;
Texas clipped siien. a.vmi.io; stocxers
nd feeders, $2.00i3.M. . ,
New York Live Stork Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 275 bead, all consigned direct; no
sales reported? dresBed beef steady; city
dressed native sides. 6tfi9c per lb.; cables
nuoted American steers at l'4rli1c per lb.,
dresaed weight: refrigerator beef at S'Ci
Hc per lb.: reported exports for today, kS0
peeves, l.suo sneep, ,.) nuarters or neet.
CAl.VKS Recelnts. 77 nean: veais rateq
about steady; sold at 6.5H'o.76 ixt 100 lbs.
generally; city dressed veals, Kfil.lc per !b.
HOtio rteceipia, 1,01 nrau, an tuiiaiK.uu
direct. ' . . ,
SHEEP AND IJM H tteceipia. i.4to
head; both sheen and lambs about steady;
sheep sold at $?l 25V3.70 per V His : one
bunch. 83.80-. culls. $2; lambs. $5.0ijS 87M,;
dresed mutton, 54(7o per lb.: dressed lambs,
7-4510!.
t. JoaeaiU Live Stork Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Nov. 17 -CATTLE-R-
celots. 2,60' rr.a'ket steniy to '(c io"'-.
Natives. ftfua-n: cow anu tn-nt-r-, .i.j
i4 5ii- stockers and feeders, U.aHM ii.
I HOGS Recelnt 7 500 head; market tfflf'c
lower. Light, $4.j6?i4.&; medium and heavy,
H"'?.4. '., ...u-.
B 11 P k-r ttCCHIOts, l.l' lltrn.i . rm.
tlve Iimbs '5 40; yeurutigs. 3.wi; wetners,
13 66; ewes, 83 35.
Btoek 1st Sight.
Following are rtcelots of live stork et the
six leading points for the last twenty-four
hours:
t a'tie.
3.000
Cfasurtes Lost Tbcn A(li Other.
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Traaloiant br . stall. Call or writ. Bea 116.
6U B. 141 Bt eataaa, kal
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; Best Facilities. LiberAl Advances.
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300 Bee Bldg. . 'Phono Mid
Omaha, Nebraska.
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The Merchants -National
Bank
of Omaha, Neb.
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, Capital and Surpiu. $600,000
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Chicago ....
Kajiaas City
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Bt. Joseph .
Bloux City .
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tsil axpMt stot-rs. 84 -'i6.-iO. with slrUlly
taucy quoted up to K-w; dressed beef aud
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STOCKS AND BONDS
GRAIN -AND PROVISIONS
We have over 160 offices.
References: 176 otate and Nat l Banks.
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