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CRMS ASD PRODUCE MKETl
Email Becclpti Berdi Price of Wheat tip
Oai Cent and a Quarter.
CORN F0U0WS LEAD OF SMALLER GRAIN
Oats Move Ip la Price "trapathrt
Ically, While Provisions Are '
Steady at Small Drrllae
VV for All Prod arts.
CHICAGO, Nov. IS. The prediction of
smaller receipts In the northwest van real
ised today when a considerable falling oft
In arrivals of wheat was shown In spile of
favorable weather for the movement, arid
an a result the market ru!ed strong, 1
cember closing at an advance of lc. De
cember corn wan up V'l'sc, oata were 1M.I5
lr. higher, while provisions closed about
unchanged.
The feature In trading In the wheat pit
waa the urgent demand for the December
delivery, while at the name time there waa
ery little on the market, and aa a result
of thla combination the price took a sharp
upturn. With the exception of the contin
ued favorable weather conditions In gen
eral favored the bull, cables being higher,
receipts In the northwest smaller and the
cash demand much Improved. The close
waa at WaVJc, a gain of Ji&lVtC Clear
ances of wheat and Hour were equal to
172,000 bu. Primary receipts were 1.2ts7.3)
bu., agalr.st I.Mh.shO bu. a year ago. Min
neapolis, Du!ulh and Chicago reported re
ceipts of 618 Cars, against 870 car last
week and 651 cars a year ago.
During the early part of the session there
waa a tendency on the part of local bears
to sell corn. Influenced by the favorable
weather and lower cables, and prices held
steady. Late In the day the strength In
wheat brought out a fairly good demand,
and with smaller offerings the market be
came stronger and closing prices were at
the top, December being up at i2W.
after selling between Hl'fcc and 2c. Local
receipts were 139 cars, with 8 of contract
grade.
There was considerable buying by shorts
In lecember o4s and the market ruled
Strom,-, helped to a large extent by the ad
vance In wheat. After ranging between
33V,o and 84e December closed lV&l'ie
higher at 3c. Local receipts were 111
cars.
Provisions ruled steady at a small de
cline for all products. Liberal receipts of
bogs and lower prices at the yards had 'a
depressing Influence. About the only fea
ture was the selling of January lard by jl
commission house and buying by pit trad
ers. January pork closed unchanged at
tll.47V4. lard was 2H(f5o lower at 36.65, with
ribs unchanged at 86.19.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: wheat,
120 cars; corn, luo cars; oats, 115 cars; hogs,
81.000 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. I High. I Low. Close.l Yea'y.
Wheat
tPec. 757
May 77V8li
July 74'4
Corn . I
. Dec. 41V(,(fT;
Msy 41V??.,
July 4Hi'i
Oats
Dee. 3?7,
May 84740835
Fork
Jan. 11 45
May 11 66
lard
Jan. 67H
May 6 66
Ribs
Jan. 07H
May 8 17V,
791, 78
7l 77
74I74V4V.
K 41 : 421
41
411
41ft
42W41,ila 42
41V42141Vii Aiii2
34 31
35M34
34V338,'SH
35Sal 34
11 47 " 47
11 60 11 63
t 65 6 70
6 62 6 63
6 10 10.
20 6 20
65
' 6 62
12 07
a ml
No. 2. tNew.
Cash quo'atlons were sa follows:
FLOUR-Bteadier; winter patents, 14.00
4.30; straights, 2-1.714.10; spring patents,
340OS4.80; straights, t3.O0ft3.80; bakers, $2.60
y 3 l.
WHEAT-No. 2 spring, 77c; No. 2, 7881o;
Nd. 2 red, 82&S34c
CORN No, 2, 42c; No. 2 yellow, 44c.
OATS No. 2, S4T4C; No. I white, 84tf38c.
RYE-No. 2. 53c.
BARLEY Oood feeding-, 8638c; fair to
Choice malting, 43c.
BEKD No. 1 flux, 84c; No. northwest
ern, 11.00; prime timothy, I2.SS; clover, con
tract grade, I0.50,
PROVISIONS Mess norV. r.r,r bhl.. $11.S7U
fill.50. Lard, per 100 lb,., M.K786.80. Bhort
ribs sides (loose). 3X.75&7.2o; short clear
sides (boxed), $8-50tf6.62.
. r - Re"t.' Bhlpinei.
Flour, bbls.....; 44.700 30,700
Wheat, bu 358.700 36.400
Corn, bu 11.400 StiB.000
Oats, bu 379.R00 . HI3.8O0
Ryw, bu 22,200 4.300
Barley, bu Buu.guo u,
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creameries, 10fi23c;
dairies, 14'1c. Eggs, Arm at mark; cas
included, l'u2c. Cheese, steady at lOyHlc.
'NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
Quotations of the Day Various
Commodities.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18-FLOUR-Reeelpts,
27,146 bbls.; exports, (,811 bbls. The market
was mora active and firmer; winter patents,
84.0u4j4.io; winter straights, l.lu4.iu; Min
nesota patents, 34.i6itj4.iO; winter straights,
3.fl0'aS.36; Minnesota bakers, 33.7Uui8.8o;
winter low grades, 32.Som3.15. Rye Hour,
steady; fair to good, J3.2vtf3.40; choice to
fancy, 33.453.55. Buckwheat flour, dull
at 2.2ftZ.3l. ,
CuKNMEAL Steady; .yellow western,
SI. 01; city, tl; kiln dried, 3.u 3.05. .
RYE Nominal; No. 2 western, 63c, nomi
nal, afloat. i
BARLEY Quiet; feeding, 38c, c 1. f., Buf
falo. WHEAT Receipts, 84,060 bu.; exports, 26,
88 bu. The market for spot was firm; No.
2 red, 874o In elevator; No. 2 red, 8Hc f.
o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, n'ic,
f. o. b.. afloat: No. 1 Manitoba, nominal.
.afloat, Oplions experienced much strength
during the forenoon on vigorous support,
based on the cold weather, the firm cables,
light northwest receipts, strength of out
aide markets and covering. After mid
day further advuncea occurred on bull ac
tivity, wi!h December option and last prices
showed Si( Wo net rise; May, 82VuUc
closing at Wc; July. 7!4&7iaC, closing ui
78-c; leembur, BvH'UWc. closing at S74e.
CORN Rex-elpts, 4J.2&0 bu.. . exports, 18,tU8
bu. The market for spot was firm; No. 2,
4tHio in elevator and buo t. o. b., afloat;
No. 2 yellow, 61c; No. 2 white, 6oJc. The
option market opened inactive but steadier,
following wheat, the close being firm and
Vu4C net higher on a late scare of shorts;
May. 47V&47V, closing st ic; December,
Xttt4'.c, closing at 49Hc.
OATH Receipts, 72.0ta bu.; exports, IS
bu. The market for spot was firmer; No.
2, 41c; standard white, 42Ho; No. 8, 40c;
No. 2 white. 43c; No. 3 white, 42c; track.
White, tl'U4bc
HAY juiet; shipping, 607So; food to
Choice. SiMiSJHc.
HOPS BleaJy; state, common to choice,
WaSlc; IMC, 2l'a26Hc; olds. 812c; Pa
cific coast. 19U2, lZiullic.
HlDl.tl Steady; Galveston, 204 25 lbs., IKe;
California. 214)26 lbs., I'M:; Texas dry, 24 J
10 lbs.,14c. ,
I.KATH ER Steady ; acid, 35f25Ho.
PROVISION beef, steady; family,
llO.ttKiill 00; mess. 8S.0O8.W; beef hams
ijl 2iiii2.76: pa.'ket. f8.tli.Mi 10.00; city extra
Indian mess, Il5.0""n7 1. Cut meats, steady;
pickled bellies. ID.oolO.OO; pickled shoul
ders, - fi.uu; pickled hams, S10.Hxnil.00.
Lard, dull: western steamed, $7.40; refined,
any. aontinent, 7.W); Bouth America, $8.36;
rompoutid. kxu. id. porn, steady ; tamliy,
UTi '' ''orl cettr- U t'Uia.OO; mess, 8U.u0'
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra.
; jsian. nominal.
ALLOW Steady : cltv. 4Uc: ennntrv' lu.
ft4c "
BUTTER Receipts. S.3G1 pkgs.; quiet to
firm; creamery, lo23c; state dairy, lSiiJOc.
CHEE8hi-Hec.li.is. 2,178 pkgs.; Ilei;
tat. full cream, fancy, small colored Sep
tember 11 V; late made, UH,c; small white,
Beptemter. llc; late mude, loc; large col
tired, September. llc: large white. Sep
tember. llVs late made, liwe.
EtiUS Firm; western, IVjiJfic.
POl'LTRV - Alive, nominal; dressed
firmer; western chickens, 13q13Hc; fowls.
llVulic: turkeys, lac.
Kaasae C'ltr Ural a mm4 rrovlslosis.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 18. WHEAT De
cember, 6tc; May, fis4,c. Cash: No. 8
hard. f2;3c: No. 8. 6r7u-; No. 4. lilc-
itc111" ''' j No- red We; No- . 75
,rOR?i-n,cnmber- 4r361o: May ssV(
wmVe.i Zl JMJ
tj36cVTNo" while' 6c: No- mixed, 84
8I 8uCJlOU' Umot,,r Mi cholt Prairie.
RYE No. 2. 494c.
UlTTKK Creamery, lftuSJUc; daJry.
fancy, loo. "
EGOS Firm; Missouri and Kansas, cases
returned, 24o per dnsen: new No. 2 While
Wood cases included, 24 '-o.
. . Kecelpts.Shlpments.
Wheat, bu US7 in) lao.eun
l"i u 22.-0 8 Mia
" U.W0 13.OU0
Oalatk Urals Market.
DCLTJTH. Nov 18-WHEAT-On track;
No. 1 nortbern. 81c; No. J northern. 78 V;
pwrlr 7(e: Mar. W
OAlti-il1 .
OMAHA WHOLES A I. H! MARKET.
Condition of Trade aad (laotatlona on
taple aad Faaey Prodace.
E(JfJ8-Fresh stock. 24c
L'.VE I'ot 'LTKY Hens, 7c; spring
chickens, h'(.vc; roosters, according to
sge. 4'u'oe; mi Keys, lie; ducks, c; geese,
7'uc. iircssed stock about 2c per lb. higher
Uian live slock.
U Ul TEH Packing stock, lCVic; choice te
fancy dairy, In tubs, lrtjlHo; separator, 25 o.
FKESil FISH D'resti caught trout, lOo;
pickerel. 8c; pike, 10-; percn, 6c; buffal),
.'; bluetUh, lac; whlieflsh, 16c; salmon,
11c; haildock, 10c; cooflnh, lie; reasnapper,
11c; lobsters, boiled, per lb., 30c; lobsters,
green, per lb.,2c; bullheads. 11c; cattish,
14c; black bass, nai.Dut, c: crappies,
L'c; herring, 6c; white bass, luc; blueflns. Ml.
O YSTEKj New York counts, per can,
43c. per gal., $200; extra selects, per can
toe, per gal., l. ii. standard, per can, 27a.
per gal, H.lo
BRAN Per ton, 214 8a
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Whoio
als Dealers' association: Choice No. 1 up
land. 87.60: No. 2, 17.00; medium, 86.60;
coarse, 8ti.0O. Rye straw, 10.50. These prices
are for hay of good color and quality. De
mand fair and receipts light.
CORN 44c.
OAT8 27c
RYE No. 2. BOe.
VEGETABLES.
POTATOES Colorado, 8bu; Dakota, per
bu.. 7Wi75c; native, 657oe.
SWEET POTATOES Home grown, pef
basket, 85c; Virginias, per S-bu. bbl., 83.00.
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. 82 25.
CELERY Small, per dox., 263Kc; Urge
western, 46c.
ON1UNB New home grown, dry, per lb.,
IHr; Spanish, per crate. 11 60.
CABBAGE Wisconsin Holland, lHc.
TURNIPS Canada Rutabagas, per lb,
l"c; while, per bu., 50c.
CARROTS Per bu., 60c.
PARSNIPS Per bu.. 60o.
FRUITS
PEARS Colorado and Utah Kelfera. tLTS.
Winter Nellls, 22.2&k2.&0.
APPLKS-Mlchlgan stock, 83.15; Califor
nia Bellflowers, per bx, 21.80- New York
Greenings and Baldwins, 8S !r: filing vari
eties. 83.60.
GHAPES-Callfornla Tnkays. 11.65; New
York, -cr 8-lb. basket, DOc; ony Daiawbaa,
22c; imported Mantras, Dir Kg, 86'ot(6.60.
CRAN BERRI EH Per lb;.. v. 50; per box.
83O0- Wisconsin Bell Bugle, $9.50.
QUINCES California, per box, 21.75.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANGES Florida brights and russets,
all sizes, 14.00.
LEMONS California fancy, 800 to SfiO
sizes, $4.60; choice 240 to 270 sizes, 8i.0O4.2a.
FiUH California, per 10-lb. cartons, 86c;
Imported Smyrna, 8-crown, 14u; 6 crown,
16c; 7-crown, 18c.
COCOANUTS Per sack, 84.00; per doi.,
60e.
DATES Persian, per box of SO packages,
$2.0(1; ner lb., in 60-lb. boxes. c.
BANANAS Per medium sized bunch, $2.08
62 60; Jumbo, 82.76a3.2&.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
12Vc; Wisconsin Young Americas, laSc;
block Swias, loc; Wisconsin brick, 12ro;
Wisconsin limberger, 12o.
HONEY Nebraska, per 24 frames. $3.50;
Utah and Colorado, per 24 frames, $3.60.
MAPLE SUGAR Ohio, per lb., inc.
CIDER Per .bbl., $5.76; per H-bbl $3 25.
POPCORN Per lb., 2c; shelled. 343o-
HORSE RADISH Per case of 2 do.,
packed. 80c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 shoft-ahell. per lb.,
15c; hard-shell, per lb., 14c; No. 2 sott-shell,
Srr lb., 18c; No. 2 hard-shell, per lb., 12c;
rszlls, per lb., 11(6(11 4c: filberts, per lb.,
llifime; almonds, coft-shell, per lb., 16c;
hard-shell, per lb., 13c; pecans, large, pr
lb., lOiUllc; small, per lb., RlOc; peanuts,
per lb., 6Vc; roasted peanuts, per lb., 7o;
Chill walnuts. 12yi3c; large hickory nuts,
per bu., $1.75; ehull-bBtks, per bu., $1.7.Vdi
2.00; black walnuts, per bu., $1.26; eastern
chestnuts, per lb., 14c.
HIDES No. 1 green, 64o: No. 2 green,
5c; No. 1 saTted, 7c; No. 2 salted? 6c;
No. 1 veal calf. 8 to 12 lbs., 8Hc: No. 2 veal
calf, 12 to 16 lb., 6Hc; dry salted hides, 89
12c; sheep pelts, 2Cj75c; horse hides, $l.sod
2.60.
St. Lonls Grain aad Provisions.
8T. LOUIS. Nov. 18. WHEAT -Higher;
cash, elevator, nominal; track, 87Vu8c;
December. 87c; May, KlHfoSl'&e; No. 2
hard, 7RH79c. '
CORN-Higher; No. 2 cash, 4Uc; track.
42Hc; December, 40Hc; May, 40Ho.
OATS Higher; No. 2 cash, 86o; track. 87
37c; May, WiHigfrie; No. 2 white, 6c.
FLOUR Quiet, firm; red winter patents,
$4.1K&4.20; extra fancy and straight, $3.80
4 05; clear. $8.80jr3.0. - .
TIMOTHY SEED Steady at $2.2&53.85;
prime worth more.
CORNMEAL Quiet. $2.20.
BRAN Steady, in better demand; sacked
east track, 73fr76c. -
HAY Strong; timothy, $7.001S.(; prairie,
$5.il0.60. . -i. .
I RON COTTON TIES-1.0; T
BAOG1NO 6t(Ho.
HEMP TWINE to. I .
PROVISIONS Bacon, steady: boxed ex
tra shorts, $8.25; clear ribs, $8.50; short
clear, f8.75.
POULTRY Quiet: chickens. 8c: SDrlnas.
9c; turkeys, 13c; ducks, 10c; geese, 8c.
Bi'lTKK-steady; creamery, , l&si23c;
dairy, 13ftil8c.
EGOS Firm at 24c, loss off.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls, 'I. ...... - ism . 20.000
Wheat, bu 110.000 59.00
Corn, bu 19.000 ' 16 0
Oats, bu. 67,000 22,000
Minneapolis Wheat, Floor and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 18 WHEAT De
cember, SolifGoV: May, SJVASOe; on
track. No. 1 hard, Mc; No. 1 northern,
82Uc; No. 2 northern, 79'!4c; No. 3 northern.
75&7SC.
FLOUR 10c higher; first patents, $4.70
4 80; second patents, KtkMW 70; first clears,
$3.80if(3.40; second clears. $2.4O(8,2.50.
BRAN In bulk, $13.25. .
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 18. BUTTFR
steady, fair demmd; extra western, 23Vxc;
nearby prints, 24c.
EGOS Firm, good demand; fresh nearby,
S0, loss off; western, 2St(29o; southwestern,
262K": southern, 24fl'25c.
CHEESE Dull ami easier. New York
full creams, fsnrv HVjl2c; choice, HVsc;
fair to good, lOllc.
Mllwnnkee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Nov. V 18. WHEAT
Higher; No. 1 northern. 8182c; No. 2 north
ern, 79'4'?i80e: Mav. 780 asked.
RYE Steady No. 1. RS&KHc.
BARLEY Quiet; No. 2, 64c; sample, KQ
6ic. '
CORN-Steftdy;.No. 2 4646c; May, 420
48c bid.
: !
, Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 18 WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. 2 red western, winter, 6s Jd.
Futures steady: December, 6s 4V4d; March,
(a 3d: May. 6s 2d.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed. 8s
104d. Futures dull; December, 2s lid; Jan
uary. 3 10Td.
Toledo Reed Market.
TOLEDO. Nov. 18 -8EED8 Clover, cash
88.47H; December, $6.50; January, 8H.65; Feb
ruary, $d62; March. $ 67. Prime alslke.
$0.60. Prime timothy, $1.85.'
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, Nov. 18.-CORN-ITlgher; No.
t 43c; No. 4. 41c; new No. i. 87c.
Metal Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-METALS.-Tln
was shout 5s lower in Indoii, closing at
116 7s 6d for spot and 117 10s for funirea
I ally tin was urctiangeri st $26 Info 25 60.'
hpot copper was unchanged in London at
51 16s, while futuies dn lined 2im 6d to
65 7s Sd. Copper locally shows little
chsnife from the conat ions recently re
ported Ik-, e!otr -'lytic- end casting being
quote dat 813.0-X . Leid was unchanged at
11 Is 2d In lonflon. and at $4.26 in the
ouoted at $13 00. Lead was unchanged at
20 i."a in I-rn'lon, and here at I5.82s. Iron
rh s-i st 4Kb 6d In Glasgow and at 42s 7d
in Mlddiesboroueh. Ixicallv Iron Is qolM No
1 foundry n' rthrn is quoted at 81s.0O'il6 00:
No. 2 foundry northern at $14.0UJi 15 00; No
1 foundry southern nd No. 1 foundry
southern soft at 13.50ft 14.00.
ST. LOl'H, Nov. 1S.-METALS Lead,
dull at 84 22H; spelter, dull at $6.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fralta.
NEW YORK. Nov. 18. -EVAPORATED
APPLES The market tor evaporated ap
p'ea is easy under a light demand, with
prive fruit for future delivery offered a
ehHde under bc. Common are quoted at
4u5': prime at 5j61nc; choice at 6jiw;;
fancy at 7c.
.CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUIT-Prunes
are a 1 ttle firmer on the coast sccordlng to
firlvate xdvlces, but show little rhtnge
lere. with quotations ranging from 2C,c to
7c for all grades. Apricots remained dull
with quotations more or less dull In the
absence of lmrorant transactions. ' Choice
sre quoted at Sfe'tHc; extra cholcs st Mwt
li-to, and fancy at lliiTJ'o. Pesches are
aulet. t ho'c sre quoted at T1.ti7i'; extra
choice at 7&81hC. and fancy at Ij.a'lOc.
Wool Market.
BOSTON. Nov. 18.-WOOL Current quo
tations on domestic wools may be sum
marised as follows: Territory, Idaho, fine.
14t)-lac; fine medium, I"il7c; medium lMrti
U,. Wyoming, fine. 14tl&c; fine medium
16rl7c; medium. lsfjlSc; Utah and Ne
vada, fine. IfxiI6c: fine medium. 17rl7vc
medium, !!: Dakota, rlne. lSflic; fins
medium. 16.iirc; medium, 1i'juc; Mon
tana, line choice. ltj2oc; staple, 20t-21c-mellum
choirs, 2oft21c '
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 18. WOOL Nominal
medium grades, combing and clothing 17o
"lc; Itvht fine. 1mM7v,o; heavy ttue - U,
14c; tub wash-d, 1Mioo.
TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: - TI1URSDAY, NOVEMBER "!, 1003.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Prices Mots to Highest Level of Day Joat
at CI oi.
PREFERRED STEEL IS THE MOST ACTIVE
Derllae In Price of Prod act Forres
Stock Down, bat Tendency of
Market Carries It Higher
Thnn Before.
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 -Prlces ruled abovs
last night a level throughout today's ses
sion oi the stock exchange, but there were
numerous minor fluctuations until the ten
dency of the market was checked by a
strong and comprehensive upward move
ment In the final dealings, which carried
prices to the highest level of the day. where
they closed. Net gains of from 1 to 2
points are the general result. The market
u w,ed hesitation from time to time,
chiefly on account of the recurrent pres
sure upon United States Steel preferred.
This stock was carried down to 60"4 soon
after the opening and reacted to that
point or near it several times during the
day, each time with disturbing effect upon
the stock. The assertion waa made that
orders on the books of the steel rail mill
represent almost wholly the residue of
orders from delivery last year, but car
ried over Into the present year. Tho re
port of a cut In black steel sheets waa also
an Influence. The resistance offered by the
stock as it approached 50 was attributed
to the preferred stock conversion syndi
cate. The stock Anally sympathised with
the strength of the general market and
rose more than a point over last night,
thus freeing the market from Its restrain
ing influence and facilitating the closing,
advance. The stirring of pool operations
In a number of minor railroad stocks were
a continuing feature, some of those which
rose yesterday being still affected, while
others of the same class were added today.
These movements In themselves had no
effect In the market, but the resumption of
this speculative activity Is considered
symptomatio of the easier conditions of
the money market and the 'less stringent
exactions regarding collateral and even re
garding the proposed use of borrowed funds
which have been existent in the money
market In the recent past.
Money could be had for short periods
down to sixty days at 6 per cent, while
for longer periods the rates are lower,
but with practically no business. With the
easier tone In money there was an awak
ening discussion as to the probable ter
mination of the gold Import movement.
Chicago reported a practical cessation of
demand at that center from the crop re
gions for money and it waa believed likely
that the gold already engaged would ful
fil engagements. The total engagements'
were In the neighborhood of 8!.0OO,0O0, of
which upwards of $;,512,000 Is still due to
arrive. Heavy offerings of cotton bills
weakened the exchange rate again and an
additional $600,000 gold was taken In Lon
don for New York. This was probably a
decisive Influence on the late buying move
ment In stocks.
Bonds weVe dull nnd about steady. Total
sales, par value. $2,618,000. United States
2s declined H per cent and the old 4s 4
per cent on the last call.
Following are the closing" quotations on
the New York Stock exchange:
Bales High. Low. Close.
Atchison 11,400 65 64'4 64
do nfd 400 8!i 89 8Mi
Baltimore & Ohio.... W0 75'i 74H 7ui
do nfd
20 87V4 87
n
Canadian Paclflo
Central of N. J..
300 m'k U8U
1184
Chesapeake Ohio... 1.200 29
Chicago & Alton...... 2,250 32',
do pfd
Chicago Ot. Western 2,600 15H
do B Dfd 800 26A
2S
32
'i44
25
164
29
32
iS
69
l?4
53
21V,
154
12M4
v4
66
27V4
bo
4!)
168
t:nic(igo ft x. w
Chicago Term. A T..
do pfd
C. C. C. A St. L
Colorado Southern....
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Delaware & Hudson.
Del., Lack. A West..
Denver A Rio Orande
do. pfd
Erie .'
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Gt. Northern pfd
Hocking Valley
do pfd
Illinois Central ......
Iowa Central .........
do pfd
K. C. Southern. ......
do pfd
Louisville A Nash....
Manhattan L
Metropolitan St. Ry..
Minn. A St. Louis....
Missouri Pacific
Mo., Kan. A Tex
do pfd ,
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd.
N. Y. Central
Norfolk A Western...
do pfd
Ontario A Western...
100 164
600 127
800 63
800 2l
200 155
12V4
63
21
155
65
66
48H
168
70
200
200
12,750
l.JOO
2.300
18
66
6K
4a
1.321 168
400 70T4
70
2
ZOO B-Ai
82
606 124 12! 12i"4
1.750 . Zl 20!, 21
100 27 87 8
80 1H 18 184
J 83 824 ' 33
J.60 10U4 101 . I01i
4.200 140 1394 1394
700 115
114V4 1144h
55 66
. 89Vi 894
16V4 17
854 Sfii
36
325 56
8,645 89T,
1,700 17
900 S6V4
100 86
1.844 117V4
JlVi if
1.050 20V,
74,600 114 .
20
112
I Pennsylvania
i P., C, C. A St. L
Reading
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Inland Co...
do pfd
St. L. A B. F
do 1st pfd ,
do 2d pfd
St. Louis 8. W...
do pfd
St. Paul
do Pfd
11,400
'"soo
7,800
800
i sou
i;4 I37vl
170 173Vfc iW If
Southern Paclflo 10,825 43,
Southern Railway ... 4.0H0 18'
do pfd 2,200 75
Texas A Pacific 700 23'
T.. St. L. A W 225 m,
do pfd 9 31
Union Pacific 17,850 72
do pfd 253 86
Wabash 600 194
do nfd 1.200 84
41
171i
42
18
74
28
1
80
71
86
19
23
15
15
85
74H
!FL
1H
80
72
86
19
83
15
16
86
219
185
UK)
195
3X
19
66
25 '
12i
Wheeling L. E 600 154
Wisconsin central .. 4.21W
do pfd 1,500
Adams Express
American Express
V. S. Express
Wells-Fargo Express
Amal. Copper 18.830
American Car A F... I.81O
do pfd 210
American Unseed Oil
do pfd .
American Locomotlvo 209
do pfd
American 8. A R 800
17
86
3914
19
6
87
19
66
12
'42
75
42
86
do pfd
American Sugar R... 10,910 119 118 119
Anaconda Mining Co 64
Brooklyn K. 1 ju.cw
Colo. Fuel A Iron....
Columbus A H. Coal.
Consolidated Gas ....
General Electric .....
International Paper..
do pfd
International Pump..
do pfd
National Biscuit
National Lead
North American
Pacific Mall
people's Gas
pressed Bteel Car....
do pfd
Pullman Palace Car
Republic Steel
do pfd
Rubber Goods
do pfl
Tenn. Coal A Iron....
V. 8. leather
do pfd
U. 8. Rubber
do pfd
U. 8 Steel'
do pfd
200 28 27V
11
28
10
SOO 176 176 176
5O0 151 . 161 151
600
100
100
100
8:0
2,200
700
1,200
1U0
&"0
400
I.O11O
2.8O0
100
'2.676
83,000
Western Union
125
Total sales for the day, 438.600 shares.
Boston Block Quotations.
BOSTON. Nov,
18. Call loans, 6 6 per
rent; lime loans
1, u-vruv ir uinciai
stocks and bonds:
. Allouea 4
. S Amalcasaatad 3iV
closing prices on
AtchUoa 4s
Utt tatrl 4a
Al. bison
do yti
Bnatna Albany...
Bnitoa A Mats...
buatuu Elevated
N Y. , N. H H.
rttchburs pit
t'oloa faclfto
Ml. Central
Amor. Huser
do ptd
Am.r T A T
Ham. I. 8
fneral Kle-lrlc ...
SUes. Electric
do ptd
t'mted Fruit
V. 8. Steel
de pid
Westing commas ..
Adventure
Asked. Bid.
-" ,'iiiiu.ui 11
aH esfal. A Meola 40
!4t Centennlsl
14V
ltd topper sisnre ...
let iPoinlnloB Coal ..
,1M IFrankls
U title Royals
. 11 Mohawk
. Old Dominion ...
lit Osceola
llJ't. Parrot
.11 IQulncy
. I Seats Fe Copper..
lltst Tamarack
. 11 Trlnltjr
. 14 I'tilted States ...
. rr t tas
. liy Victoria
. U Wlnoaa
. Wei vert ae
, 4sf,
'i
1
4
KVi
, Sv,
. t7 .
17V
S)
i
, 16
:
Foreign Financial.
LONDON, Nov. 18 Money was In In
creased aupply In the market today, but
the demand waa moderate. Discounts were
steady, being strengthened by the new
issue of Iiu.ouu.0u0 of three months' treas
ury bills next week, this offsetting the ef
fect of the rally In the New York exchange
and lessening the fear ot gold exports to
America. Business on the Block exchange
was cheerful. Consols were on some in
vestment demand and bear covering inci
dent to the improved irvotiry conditions and
re iff st the prospect of no change being
made Id the bank rate. Home rails hard
avned la spit iA the LudiGwaut Uavfile 1
20
1V1T4
66
40 38 40H
75
57 66 67
23T4 22 23
69 68 5!
, 43
300 18 1i IS
300 20V 8
17.011 1T74
11 10 11
60
80
S
34 34 85
11 11 11
70 70 70
26 25 2i
96 93S. 94
28 27 28
68
210
7
(0 49 49
13 1S 13
70 6 70
2S 27 18
7 7 7
78 77 76
8 8 8
85
11 10 10
51 60 67
84 84 64
turns. Americans opened dull, but rallied
to above psrity in sympathy with the other
sections. Norfolk Western and I'nlnn
Pacific were the fe-itures. The market
closed firm in response to the advices from
New York. Grank Trunk hardened owing
to satisfactory traffic returns.
PARIS. Nov. is. Stocks on the bourse
today were firm throughout the day. Rio
Tlntos gained 9f. Three per cent rentes,
9ttf ITHc for the account; exchange on Lon
don, 25f 17c. for checks.
14w York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. MON E Y On call,
firm. 6-95 per cent; closing bid, 5 per rent;
offered at 6H per cent. Time loans, easier;
sixty days, 6dioi, per cent; ninety days and
six months, 4Mi5 per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper, 6 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.836
ft 4. 8390 for demand and at I4.801v?i 4 for
sixty day bills; josted ratea, t4.81ti4.82,;
commercial bills. 84 80.
SILVER Bar, 5tic;
44c.
iiONDS Government,
bonds, steady.
Mexican dollars,
weak; railroad
The closing quotations on bonds are as
follows:
II. . ref. la, reg
do coupon
do Sa. reg
do coupon
do new 4a, reg.
do coupon
.IMS U A N. am. 4a M
.1' Manhattan e. ft. 4a..l"!'t
lO'Vi Mri. rentral 4s ll
...10T,
...1.144
do 1st lnc
Minn. 81. L 4a
M-, K. A T. 4s...
do i
N. R. R. ot M. e.
.. tl
.. I
.. It
4a 7S4
.. If
..124
..101s
.134
.UOvt
do old 4a, reg
do new 4a coupon. .lluvs
do 4a, reg
.li"
N. T. C. (. Ivfca.
00 roupn.1
Atchison gen. 4s..
do adj. 4a
Atlantic C. L. 4a.
Baltimore A O. 4a
do i-t
loon N. J. c. r. ta...
No Parlflc 4a.
do 3s
Nor. A West. 0. 4a.. T
.i"
o. 8. V. 4a A par... 114
Penn. conv. SVie 95
Reading gen. 4a 97
St. U A I. M. r. .11014
Ft. It. A 8. r. fg. a. 81
Central of Ua. 6a....liM
do 1st Inr i
Ctiea. Ohio 4HS....10I",
rhlcago A A. IWa... I.Hn'Ht. L. 8. W. la la
C, B. A Q. n. 4a ... 3t Seaboard A. U 4a... 104
C. M. A St. P. g. 4a..l'
tn. Psrlflc 4s 17 4
3o. Railway (a 1114a
C. A N. W. c. Ta....U9Vi
C. H. I. P. 4a.
71 Texas A P. Is 117
72l T.. Bt. L. A W. 4s.. It
, Union I's. lOr 4s 102H
. f4 du crnr. 4s .1S
. st4 V 8. Steel 14 Sa.... 47S
M Wahash la lla.ii
, do deb. R 4
9U Wis. rentral 4s St
3 VV. A I.. E. 4s HH
10 'Wis, rentral 4s k
do col. ba
ere. a Bt. l g. -Chicago
Ter. 4a..
Con. Tobacco 4a. .
Colo. A 60. 4s...
I' A R. O. 4s...
trie prior lien 4a
do general 4a...
r. w. a r. c. is
Horklng Vat. 4Ha....lue Colo. Fuel e. le WV
-tjiiereu.
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Nov. 18 Closing:
Consols, money....
N. y. dntrel.
..15"V,
.. nv,
.. to
.. sivt
.. 414
..
.. S4
.. ID
.. S
.. Ji
.. 14
.. 4H,
.. tS
.. K-
.. 11
..
.. ltv,
.. 4
do account
Anaconda ...
Atchison ...
Norfolk A West.
3H do pfd
MVAntarlo A W
do pfd tTW
Biltlmirs A Ohio... IT
PennayUanla
Rand Mines
Reading
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
80. Railway .....
Canadian Taclfla ....122'i
then. A Ohio W
Chicago Ot. West... K.V4
C. M. A St. P 141H
PeBers
2SI do pfd
lVt 'f. Psrlnc
Denser A R. O.
do pfd
Brie
Ac 1st pfd....
do J.I pfd....
Illinois Central .
Louis. A Nasn..
TV. -Union Paclflo ...
do nfd
V. 8. Steel....
19',
dr pfd
...lS.T.iWsUsh
.. .11X54,1 do pfd
M , K. A T
BAR SILVER Steady at 27Hd per ounce.
GOLD Bar, 77s lH4d; American eagles,
76s 6Hd.
MONEY 33 per cent; the rate of dis
count In the open market for short bills Is
4iW4 1-18 per cent; the rate of discount In
the open market for three months' bills Is
4 per cent.
New York Mining. Quotations.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18 -The following are
the closing quotations on mining slocks:
Adams Con
Ontario
.400
.US
.
.
. 11
. 21
. It
Alice
Dreecs
Comstock Tunnel
Con. Cal. A Vs..
Horn Blleer
Iron Silver
Leadvllle Coa ...
Little Chief
Offered.
... 14
.. 10
... a
...
...100
...170
...
...
tiphlr ,
Phoenix
Pttoel
St tags
Hlerra Nevada
Small Hopes ..
Standard
Dnnk Clearings.
OMAHA, Nov. 18. Bank clearings for to
day, Jl.i63.9Hl.22, an increase of T83.322.!sl
over the corresponding uy last year.
" .
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-COTTON The
market opened at unchanged prices to an
advance of 8 points; chiefly the result of
very bad weather reported from the west
ern belt, where In some Instances tempera
tures were reported to be within lt degrees
of sero, with the chances favoring their
spreading to - the entire cotton country.
Prices at the close were about 25(528 points
below the high level of the morning. The
market was finally weak and net 13 to 20
points lower. Sales were estimated at 800,
000 bales.
NEW. ORLEANS, . Nov. 18.-COTTON-r
Easy; sales, 6,626 bales; ordinary, 8 l-16c;
good ordinary, 9Hc; middling, 10c; good
middling, II 1-lSc; mldllng fair, 11 7-16c.
Receipts, 28,808 bales; stock, 244,991 bales.
Futures were steady; November, 1081c bid;
December, lfl.Mifn0.86c; January, 10 91c; Feb
ruary, 10.974!5.89c; ' March, 11.07ll.c;
April. 11.14a11.16c; May, ll.23ll.24c; June,
11.29811.81e: July, ll.83fflll.34c.
ST. IXTJIS, Nov. 18 COTTON Steady;
middling, 11c; sales, 254 bales; receipts, 600
bales; - shipments, 680 bales; stock, 7,897
bales.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 18.-COTTON Spot
In fair demand: prices 12 points higher.
American middling fair, 6.36d; good mid
dling, 6.18i; middling;, .10d; low middling.
604d; good ordinary, 6.94d; ordinary, 6.74d.
The Bales of the day were 7.000 hales, of
which 500 were for speculation and export
and included 6,400 American. Receipts,
66,000 bales. Including 49,ltK) American.
Futures opened firm and closed steady.
American middling, g. o. c, November,
5.97d; November and December, 6.91fr5.92d;
December nnd January, 6.86d; January and
February, 6.86t?i6.87d ; February nnd March.
6 855.b7d; March and April, 6.86d; April and
May, 6.85d; May and June, 6.85ti').86d; June
and July, 6.85d; July and August, 5.84d.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 18. -COFFEE Spot
Rio steady; mild, Arm. The market for
futures opened steady at unchanged pries
with trading rather quiet. Later It was a lit
tle stronger on cove'lng as result of bullish
primary advPes concerning the movement
and the growing crop end advanced about
6 p' lnts, but lost the gain In the afternoon
under realizing. Primary receipts contln.
ued light and Rraillian markets firm. The
local market was finally steady at a net de.
cllne of 6 nont. Bales were 74.000 bags,
Including November, f.60fr.66e; December.
6.f4f5 6oei Januarv, 6 66S-j.7&c; March 6.85
fiSfltc; May, 6 Oofrl.lOc; July, .156.25c and
September, 6. 2o!&6. 35c.
Oil aad Hosln.
SAVANNAH. Nov. 18. OIL Turpentine,
firm. Rosin. Arm; A. B. C, 12.15: F. 12.26: O.
8 2 45; H. 82.60; K, $2.90; M. $3; N. 83.20; WG,
$3.36; WW, 83 60.
OIL CITY. Nov. 18 OIL Credit balances.
$1.77; certlflcstee. no bid; shipments, 62.861
bbls.; sverage. 80.520 bbls.; runs, 81.875 bbls.;
average, 6K.67U bbls.: shipments, Lima, 65.778
bbls.; average, tD.TJ) bbls.; runs, Lima, 70,585
bbls.; average, 63,323 bbls. ,
agar Market
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. SUGAR Raw,
nominal; fair refining, $c; centrifugal, 99
test, 3c; molasses sugar. Sc. Refined
quiet; crushed, 6.30c; powdered, 4.80c; gran
Ul"ted, 4.7"c.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. lS.-Sl'GAR
Quiet; open kettle, centrifugal. 3 13-ltio; yel
low. 84t3 ll-1tk;,- seconds: 2&i3c. Molasses,
quiet; open kettle. 2Mi31c; centrifugal, 11
11 2-&C. Syrup, quiet, 27c.
Dry t.ooaa Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 Buying has been
more or less restricted In the dry goods
market, but the views of agents and man
ufacturers sre l"-cre4flngly Arm. Owing to
the cond tions of the raw material market,
sellers are not likely to grant concession,
though buyers are still likely to secure
them, and stem surptlsed that thoy can be
turned.
Whisky Market.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 18-WHISKY-Dls-tlllers'
finished goods steady on busts of
$1.25.
PEORIA, Nov. 18--WHI8KY-On the
basis of $1.25 for finished good.
BT. LOUI3. Nov. 18.-WH1SKY Steady
at $1.81.
t. Josepk Live stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Nov. 18.-Cattle
Re-
ceipts, 8,800 head. The market was active
ana steady to strong. Natives. U 5iHri.VLf,:
cows an I heifers, $i.2&H't.6o; storkera and
feeders. $25y4.25.
HuoS hecelpts, 4.65 hea-4. Prices were
&0 l0c lower. Light, $4 5 SB4 80; medium and
hetvv, 44.4vtf'.tl5. .
8HEEP Rec Ipts. Sn6 head. The market
was. steady. Ewes, $160; lambs, $6.26.
. Stock in Sight.
Following are the receipts
st the six principal western
of live stock
cities yester-
aay:
Omaha
Chicago
Kansas City
St. Louis ....
Si. Joseph ...
Siuux City ..
Cattle
... 4.175
...17.000
...12.760
... (.500
... 3.W4)
... 600
Hogs. Sheep.
9.7W 22 &o0
88.000 Ul.tsO
.5H) 2.ISS)
7") l,6o0
4.6X6 34
6.O0U ....
72.46 biJM
Totals 43.726
Hears- t'lny's stn4 lttssolvrd.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Nov. 18 -The famous
Ashland stud, Droerty of Mrs. John M.
Clay, widow of the son of Henry Clay,
was dissolved today at the W. T. Wood
ward sale by d'soosal of all Its stock. The
stud was -founded kry llsary Clay seventy,
four years ava
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Eeoeipts Again Light and Prices
Baled Steady to Btroog.
ANOTHER BIG SLUMP IN HOGS
Fat Sheep and Lambs n Little Slow
with Packers Rather Bearish, bnt
Feeders In Active Demand nt
Steady to Strong; Trices.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 18.
Receipts were:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 6,44 6,ij8 19,7ii$
.. 8,440 X.H
.. 4.175 9.70 22.o(W
Official Monday
Official Tuesday
Official Wednesday....
Three days this week..,.13,(
Same days last week....21,9of
Same week before 21.125
Same three Weeks ago...6.9a4
Same four wM.la u. . 07 f.m
23.077
l.6"'.l
12..1C3
13,itto
9.7.16
61,489
87, too
4o,9 6
bi.4'U
Same days last year."'.!l6j;8
81.t7i
41,643
REC1J1ITS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the reopt of
- .-""-UH BIIUHS Hie ICU'lllLB HI
caltle, hogs and sheep st Bouth Umana fdr
the year to date and comparisons with last
, 1903.
Cattle 9!(,,vl
Hogs 1,949.838
Sheep 1,65j,1;
1U2. Inc. Dec.
8-9.1o3 80,7.11
1.9o.2.l 6,bU
1.61U.978 144.200 -
- f aw SfMIU .UI IlUa l .WM
maha for the last several Oays with com
tor hogs at South
Pt I 1808. lltX2.lJ01.riiW.lM.lJM.HsH.
Nor.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
I 64
4 aW 6 tl
4 fcOvJ 49
a ?aal a t.i
( 781 4 51
4 Oil
4 04
I 661 t 21
4a 41
8 40 8 43
8 611 $ 43
8 62 $ 44
$ 4d
1 651
6 7.1 4 W
.'.J tol
4 U4
4 02
s
4 01
v a.
6 71
4 6C,
4 72-, 62,
A M at.-.
6 71
6 68
6 67
4 64
61.
4 67
4 71
4 02
4 03
4 03
4 03
4 02
e
41
3 6 2 3 64
3 47 3 41
3 47l 8 31
4 81H
4 67
4 82V,.
a l.-'N
6 74
4 9
4 74
484
Nov. It)
86
s
6 72
6 63
Nov. 11,
26
6 10
8 43;
3 44
3 82
3 88
S 84
3 32
Nov. 12.
Nov. 13
Nov. 14
Nov. 15.
Nov. 16.
Nov. 17.
Nov. 18.
4 6tH 6 21
4 i Ml
5 691 4 74!
t 94
3 9J
3 87
I 841
S 871
I 6
& 6S 4 till
i 67 4 82
6 631 4 9U
I i
6 G3
3 41
8 86
- B 81
4 644,
4 46' S 41
4 88 81
3 85; 8 81
8 8 3 83
$ 85! 3 83
Indicates Sunday.
The official number of cars
brought In by each rond was-
of stock
Wabash
cattie.Hogs.Bh'p.H'r's.
1
C, M. & Bt. P. Ry
Mo. Pnc. Ry
Union Paclflo system ..
C. N. W. Ry
F.. E. M v n
64
29 82
26
18 8
6 8
11 29
10 2
a
4
168 (0
C , St. P., M. & O. Ry..
. i M. Ky
C. B & Q. Ry
K. C- A Ht J.
C., R. I. & P.. east
Illinois Central
Chicago Great Western.
Total receipts
.180
i ,1 K usj s receipis was.
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num-
Cattle.
Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co..
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour A Cn
343
9f5
400
654
SJ9
1,388
1.458
1,5.54
9I'4
3,261
S18
3,233
898
166
Swift, filnoi r-li v
Armour fc Co., a. C 90
Vansnnt A Co 7K
Carey A Benton 108
i.onman & co 98
McCreary and Clark.... 32
Livingstone & Shailer
vv. 1. eiepnen itjj
175
won ec Jviurnan....
Sam Wertheimer ..
Morton & Grearsnn
43
... 66
237
... 205
..3J44 .
1.002 , ....
I.!. 12.139
H. F. Hamilton....
Other buyers
Total
10,472 16,754
CATTLE There was another moderate
run here this morning, which makes the
receipts for the three days this week much
lighter than for the same days- of last
week, and there Is also a decrease as com
pared with the ssme days of last year.
There were several loads of corn-fed
steers on sa'e, but the same as has been
the case all the week packers did not take
hold with any lire. Even the good cattle
were hard to sell at satisfactory prices.
It takes well fattened cattle to bring from
$4.76 up. As compared with yesterday there
Is not much change In the market, but as
compared with the cloae of last week prices
on everything, except possibly the best
grades, are considerably lower. Packers
seem to prefer the westerns, and as long
as they can get those they do nqt take
bold of the corn-feds very freely.
The cow market was quite active this
morning and price a little stronger. In
the last two days there has been an ad
vance of 1015o on practically all grades.
There have not been many cows In the re
ceipts this week, and as the demand was In
gcod shape there did not seem to be any
too many to meet the Immediate require
ments of the trade.
Bulls, veal calves and stags could safely
be quoted steady with yesterday, and In
fact there has been very little change ail
the week.
There was a brisk trade on desirable
grades of Mockers and feeders. The kinds
that are now selling to the best advantage
sre yearlings and short twos of good qual
ity and dehorned. Such kinds have ad
vanced lMi'20o during the list two days,
which makes them a little higher than at
the close cf last week. Heavv cattle, how
ever, or common grades of ali weights
have shown little Improvement since Mon
day. Horned cattle hove also Improved
very slowly, even where the quality is good.
Western grass beef steers were very
scarce this' morning and anything that had
nny kill to It was easy to sell at firm prices.
Range cattle were strong and active, and
the same was true of stockers and feeders.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
Ne. At. 1 Tr. No. A. Pf.
1 U70 I Mi 1 too I So
1 1OT0 I It M 1441 4 tl
10 Ml t M tl Kit 4 II
It 1 I 60 ' st mi 4 M
'1 1061 BIS H U30 4 10
I 1114 4 tl SS HOT 4 71
8 10SI 4 K . II.. 1400 4 Tl
II 1121 4 40 IC .....) 4 Tl
BTOCKERS ANT FEEDERS.
8 luo I 10 10 IN IN
COWS.
Ill t 00 4 11H t M
1 tsO I 16 II 1041 t 0
1 UU0 8 T6
CALVES.
1 170 4 Ml
NEBRA8K A.
63 feeders.. ID 3 60 1 feeder.. 150 2 85
Minor ft B Neb.
27 cows 1080 3 75 I cows 1020 1 25
4 oows 042 2 75 30 cows 102J J 75
2 cows 1165 3 25 t steers.. ..1362 3 60
L. Snow Neb.
1 cow W 2 30 12 rows 1016
2 80
3 30
8 cows 933 1 75 48 feeders.. I088
32 feeders.. 1042 8 86
W. F. Nattern Neb. .
tO feeders.. 822 3 05 6 feeders.. 822
Wlnton & Kennedy Neb.
f cows 1035 3 45 3 rows 1148
2 rows SW6 2 00 2 feeders.. 735
2 feeders.. 8lfi 3 15 6 feeders.. 806
C Moverlck Neb.
28 feeders.. 797 8 70
George B. Compton Wyo.
1 bull 1450 1 80 1 bu'l 1.W
feeders. .1108 3 10 7 cows 1074
3 cows ... .ll'JO 2 65 28 feeders.. 818
2 GO
2 45
2 75
3 16
1 80
2 S
$ 00
7 feeders.. 947 3 60
Grace Creek Live stock Co. Wyo
60 cei
9 2 75
8 cows 1003 2 25
4 steers. ,
1 bull....
39 cows...
24 cows...
1) cows...
68 heifers
..1045 2 85
Ijitham Bros. Wyo.
..11X0 1 75
8 feeders.
.1002
. 903
. 600
. 60
. 787
2 SO
2 85
8 60
3 60
3 00
.. 990 2 65
MMward
.. RX3 2 40
.. 870 2 00
3 cows ...
Bros Wyo.
48 feeders.
1 feeder..
616 2 60
4 feeders.
L. F. Johnson Wyo.
5 feeders.. 948
3 15 3 feeders.. 1076 8 40
1 fe.der...l'VJ0
1 cow 1IS0
1 cow 9H0
2 cows 750
1 steer 1170
steers.. ..lutis
D. R.
24 cows 8T.9
1 bull 1430
3 15 1 cow 11:10 3 65
2 66 1 cow 750 2 35
2 35 1 cow 1') 2 35
2 85 1 bull 1150 2 10
2 lo 1 ateer IOuO 2 35
8 10
Whittsker Wyo.
2 00 1 bull 1700
2 00 1 bull 1430
1 73
2 (0
Iron Mountain
Ranch Co. V yo.
108 steers. ..1048 2 25
127 cows.... 625 2 95
81 steers.. ..ll'
J.
8 rows looo
8 steers. ...1247
14 steers.. ..1162
8.
8 26
J. Meeks Wyo.
2 65 3 steers
3 56 11 steers
3 65 2 steers
Sleekier Wvo.
.1258
.1X17
,. 632
8 65
3 56
3 00
J IS
3 78
2 15
3 00
1 bull
23 feeders
t rows...
13 feeders
120
1 sii 1 bull...
..II1!
, 7ts)
. K)3
, ft")
J.
.1058
lono
3 46 2 fd-rs.. 70
I 41 4 cows 0
3 25 2 feeders..
Whlttaker Wyo.
17 cows....
6 cows...,
16 cows. . . .
Swan
1 bull....
60 cows....
2 76
2 85
2 cows..... H93 t 75
ID cows 953 2 00
. 902
1 80
land Cattle Co. Wvo
...1310 1 76 Hi cows 10?8
.. 7'.l 3 00 II cows 7 JO
.. 877 ISO 6 steers.. ..M10
..1810 2 10 1 steer 1000
Salmon ft R. 8. D.
,.117 3 K)
2 85
! no
2 10
3 10
22 rows..
1 steer..
21 steers.
St steers.
34 cows..
1 bull...
-1 bull...
t cows..
T. Charles-8. D.
..1118 8 15 1 cow..
Ed 8 ledger 8. D.
.. 843 2 70 1 cow..
..1040 2 15 1 cow..
..1440 1 75 11 cows.
too 21s
2 70
2 70
2 25
.lVO
. 968
.. t4 1 (O
McGregor ft R. B. D.
4 feeders.. 840 I 4 heifers. .luU
.1175 2 35
.90 8 75
8 heifers.. $08 2 63
II. Tank-
8. t.
.1147
2 3o
15 steers. .
II cows.,,
.1085
,.1044
2 6
2 .1
3 30
1 .0
2 A
2 tut
.1073
3 15
Jessup ft N 8.
..1118 3 Ml
i steers.. ..1128
..1-12 3 ,5
. 1.1-0 1 75
1 steers..
1 cow....
9 cows...
. l.KM
.U'JII
.1111
1 bull.
1 cow HiV 2 80
C. Mil!er-8. 1.
23 feeders.,
6 cows....
7 cows....
1 cow
4 steers...
2 steers...
3 cows...,
11 leeueis.,
8"4 3 it) 13 steers.. ..110 3 85
10i0 3 86 1 steer lift) 8 3a
940 2 ho 1 steer lto 4 0
790 2 00
1 steer lwvu
P.-N. M.
2 steers.... 86
1 steer 14I
Kettle ft
ll',7 3 15
2 76
4 00
3 se
3 2o
2 ha
2 7s
3 00
0 8 10
915
fc2
2 40
3 a
3 00
2 M)
8 40
3 85
27 feeders.
9 fccdeis.
t6
O
6 feeders.
2a cows. .
2b cows. .
1 feeder
...Ui7
... 9i8
... 870
6 cows. .
..1W7
21 feeders.. 8l0
i3 feeders.. 810
E.
2 steers.... 810
24 cow s Hi. .'
9 cows 970
Kenlson Mont.
3 ("I 4 steers.. ..1i
1)1 11 CCWS 9M
2 50
3 00
2 L0
W. Dolan-Colo.
18 cows....
6 feeders.
.1016 i t. 44 leedsrs
959 3 IS
. 958 2 60
P. yultin Colo.
11 cows,..,. 1050 1 w 1 bull 1390
1 bull UM 1 .5 1 bull )3M)
1 76
1 90
1 bull 1230 1 75
llulia ilure was a big run of hogs re
ported this morning, but, as nearly haif of
iliem were consigned ulrect to local pack
ers, the nuinuer actually on sale waa not
us large h.i me receipts would Indicate.
Prices continued on their downward course
at all points. The uecbne here at he open
ing amounted to J on about a dime. Ihe
heavy hogs told from $4 30 10 $4.86, medium
weights irom 84.36 10 $4.40 and lights from
$4.4u to $4. 62V,. Tho fact was no. Iced that
there were more light hogs on sale than
have been h re any time lids fall. Tilers
has In tact been quite a rapid increase of
late In the proportion of light weights to
the total receipts, and this is taken as an
Indication that heavy hogs are getting
scarce. If that Is the case It, of course,
means that In a few days the heavy hogs
will be selling higher than the light
weights.
The latter end of the market was slow
and the feeling weaker. A good many
salesmen. In fact, were calling the cloae
lott'lsu lower. The market on paper today
does not show the decline, owing to' the
large number of light weights. Representa
tive sales;
No.
At. Rh. Pr.
No.
42. .
TO..
M. .
41..
A. Rh.
.21 SO
Pr. '
4 871,
4 87V,
4 nv,
4 40
.4 40
4 40
4 40
4 44
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 40
4 4"
4 42V,
4 42 1
4 42 V,
4 4H,
4 42V,
4 46
4 46
4 46
4 46
4 41
4 41
4 46
4 44
4 10
4 10
4 10
4 60
4 10
4 60
4 60
4 S2
4 til.
4 62 Va
4 ti
111..
81...
14...
ii...
...
47...
44...
44...
10...
13...
It...
14...
t...
40...
101..
10...
II...
Ill 10 4 26
...Kft
10
10
40
120
820
100
to
1(0
to
0
10
to
10
40
1(0
M
4 27Uj
4 10
4 10
4 20
4 10
4 llSi
4 12V
4 32 1,
4 12 V,
4 124,
4 2Vt
4 II
4 11
4 IS
4 36
4 M
4 34
4 So
4 IS
4 35
4 at
4 is
J:
214
117
!f.O
!3
273
202
tl
177
3H
247
170
tl
247
2.1
141
240
241
ISO
164
240
120
. ..".
. ..J-Jl
...344
...111
...271
...111
,...124
...181
...2k3
...241
...1U4
...1M
...274
...267
...301
T4
3
40
II
77
41
4
17
SI
41
Tl
13
W
Tl
tl
tl
13
40
0
44
14
71
4
If
40
4
11
72
13
13
II
tl.....
86
i
1
71
IS
64
10
II
67
19
!(.
285
....282
....2KI
....29
....14
....130
....101
....100
....111
....!!
....ill
....t4
... 2M
....19
2SS
....21
....25(1
,...tI
....IIS
. .1.111
...2i4
...2(4
...174
...111
...tl
...213
...246
...IIS
...117
...I4
...111
...170
...143
...las
...177
...161
..HI
...1!.
...181
41..
14..
4 is
4 is
4 11
4 is
II
140
10
14...
II...
II...
6t...
47...
14...
II...
14...
M...
15...
4:1...
It...
10...
II.
.. 4 16
240 4 IS
4 IS
4 IS
10
10 4 IS
40 4 IS
00 4 16
4 7a
40 4 171,
10
4 17W
10
0
240
4 17,
4 37Vs
4 171,
214
4 lit.
SHEEP There was quite a liberal run of
sheep and lambs here this morning, but the
demand was about equal to the occasion.
That was particularly true in the case of
feeders.
Packers were Inclined to be rather bear
ish this morning owing to the break In
prices at Chicago this week. There were
not very many killers on sale, though, and
as they all wanted a few they were unable
to break the market to any extent. Some
sales were undoubtedly steady, while
others were perhaps a trifle easier.
There were a good many feeder buyers
on hand this morning, and although tho
big bulk of the offerings were feeders the
market ruled active and ateady to strong
i5 i" de8'rable grades. The common kinds
did not show sny improvement in price, but
mey were easier to sen tnan nas Deen tne
case of late.
Quotations for grass stock: Choice west
ern lambs, 4.6o4.76; fair to good lambs.
$4.26&4.60; choice yearlings, $3.403.75; fair
to good yearlings, 83. 154(0.40; choice weth
ers, 33.25I&3.60; fair to good wethers, 23.000)
3.26; good to choice ewes, $2.763.00; fair to
good ewes, $2.6oi2.76; oholce feeder lambs,
$3.904.10; fair to good teeder lambs $3,263
3.76; baby lambs, $2.00w2.6O;! feeder year
lings, $3.103.30; feeder wethers,- $3.0004 35;
feeder ewes, $2.0uiS.2.26; . culls. $L0O4i-2.X
Representatives sales: -
' Av. Pr.
1 native buck . 180 2 60
I native buck , 10 2 50
1 native cull ewe 90 2 60
3 native cull ewes 110 2 50
2 native culi ewes..; '.. 110 2 60
Ml Wyoming ewes 90 2 60
142 Wyoming cull lambs 48 3 5
3" fed native ewes 127 8 26
28 fed native ewes 125 8 26
4 native cull lambs 67 8 60
6 native cull lambs 71 I 50
1059 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 96 3 60
447 Wyoming feeder lambs 63 8 66
19 fed native wethers 145 4 00
10 fed native wethers 140 4 00
23 fed native lambs.. 8K 4 76
31 fed native lambs. 83 4 75
233 Montana feeJ-jr ewes 77 2 10
428 Wyoming feeder ewes 95 2 46
189 Wyoming feeder ewes 96 2 45
622 Wyoming e-ves 107 2 75 '
265 Idaho ewes 97 j 75
430 Wyoming feeder yearlings.... 87 3 DO
1 Wyoming feeder lambs 66 3 65
349 Wyoming feeder lambs 64 3 66 1
184 Idaho lambs 68 3 90
349 Wyoming feeder lambs 60 4 10
850 Wyomit.g feeder lambs 60 4 10 ;
846 Wyoming feeder lambs. , 00 4 10
367 Montana feeder lambs 60 8 CO
154 Wyoming yearlings 92 ' 3 60
193 Wyoming feeder lambs 66 8 85
84 Montana feeder ewes 78 2 10
12? Montana feeder ewes 80 2 10
85 Montana feeder ewes 88 2 60
117 Montana ewes 80 2 66
9 Wyoming owes -. 100 2 65
804 Mexican ewes 101 2 75
179 Montana ewe 88 - 2 76
148 Wyoming ewes 86 2 90
120 Nebraska yearlings 92 8 00
223 Nebraska feeder wethers 120 8 35
975 Montana feeder wethers 96 $ 40 '
250 Montana feeder wethers 98 3 40
411 Nebraska feeder wethers.... 86 3 40
70 Montana feeder wethers 71 3 46
607 Montana feeder wethers 68 3 45
4M Montana yearlings 80 3 66
280 Montana yearlings 60 I 66
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Pair Receipts of AH Stock, with
Cattle and Iheep Ulihtr.
CHICAGO, Nov. 18.-CATTLE Receipts,
17.000 head, including 1,000 head of westerns.
The market was lifJ16o higher; g.md to
prime steers, $5,154(5.60; poor to medium,
$3.60114 90; stockers and feeders, $1.75te4.J5;
cows, $1.5014.26; heifers, JMO-jj-t .76; canners.
$150ii;.40; bulls, $2.004 SO; calves, 12 5i
7.26; Texas fed steers, $2.76ij8 66; western
steers. 23 00Q4.60.
H0U8 Receipts, 88.000 head; estimated to
morrow, 36,000 head. The market w.is !"Hti
lower; mixed and butchers. U.5f,ilW, ;
good to choice heavy, titerj'i"6; rousa
heavy, $43oi!4 60; light, $4.4oU4.70; bulk of
sales. $4 6004 66.
SHEEP AND LAMB8 Receipts, 28,000
head. The market waa steady to 0c higher;
good to choice wethers, $3.tXKti4.26; fair to
choice mixed, $2 76ir3 60; western sheep,
$J.754.00; native lambs, $3.76&6.&0; western
lumbs, 83.0Oij5.C0.
Kansas City Live Block Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 18. Cattle-Re-clp's.
11.200 head of natives; 720 head of
Texan. ; calve-, 750 head of natives. 60 head
of Texans. The market for wintered beef
steers waa steady to strong, s for western
steers, dull to stead v: for range cows,
steady to strong; for native rows, steady to
strong; for Blockers snd feeders, steady;
for stock calve, dull, for veal calves,
strong. Choice export and dressed beef
Steers, $4 1r5 00- fair to sno1, $3.f?4 15:
stockers snd feeder. $2.00434.10; western fed
s'ers. f..06?i4 36; Texas and Indian steers,
$2F03.2: Texas cows, $1 7F.-ii2.46- nttlve
cows, $1.2"(fS 40; na'lve heifers, I2.00-JT4 28;
canners. ll.00jjl.25; bulls, $1.253 25; calves,
$3.4Xrj.'5.
HOOH Receipts. $.600 head. The market
was lufiao- lower Top, 84 72V: bulk of
sales. $4.4"&4 70: beivy. 84 35'4 6: mlxeJ
packer", J(6'74 72; light, $4 67V4tj4.72Va;
yorWers. I4.7004.72V4; pigs. $1 tOtf' 86.
BHEEP-R clots, 2 i" hesd. The market
was lisU'lftc higher. Ns'Ws lambs. $3 iMt
i : western lumb", $2 54j6.20; fed ewes,
12 not) 3. 80; Teas clipped yearlings, $2.emt
$80; Texas c'ipped she-p, $2.403.75; Block
ers and feeders, $2.0 tfj.50.
loss City IJve stock Market.
8IOUX CITY, la.. Nov. 11-rSneclai Tele- 1
gram CATTLE Receipts. 600; market
steady; beeves. 33 755 Ou; rows and hcifers.
32.0041 3. So; stockers and feeders, 3i.5ljj 3 60;
calves snd yearlings. i2.25&3 30.
HOGS Receipts. 6.fi; market 6ilflc
lower; selling at 34 2UI46; bulk. 14. Sim 4. 0.
t. Loals Live-' Market.
ST. LOL IS. Nov. 18 -icattle-Reeelpts, '
4 5A hend, Including t frD hrad of Texans.
Ttie market was tady to strong. Native
shipping ard export steer, 84 Jr. i 6 IS with
strictly fancy worth more; dressed beef '.
1 cow
1 steer...,
35 steers. .
86 feeders,
10 steers..
15 steers..
and butcher steers. $l.tvtp8.00; steers under
luo pound. $.1.5 (M.80; snckers and feed
ers, 2 S'V'M 5v rows snd better. $2.25ft4 So;
csnneis. $1 5j2.25; bull-, $iV4?J2S; rslve,
$3.nt r 50; Texas snd Indian steers, $126'JI
3.4": cows nnd heifers, $3.0045'2.6V
HOG9-Receipts. 7,500 head. The market
ws slow snl lower. Tigs and lights US')
li4K0; pscke , $4.26u4.66; butchers and best
heavy. $4.60184.75.
SHEEP h Ipts, 1.500 head. The mar
ket was strsdv. Native muttons, $3 .vjo .5" ;
lambs. I4.o.5 40; culls and bucks, $:.Xu-4.00;
stockers, $2.2Vg$66.
Kerr York Live- Stork Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 BEEVES Re
ceipts. t.f2 head. The market for steers
was slow to a shade lower; for bulls,
strong; for cows, steady with good de
mand. Native steers. $3.6005 20; oxen, 22 00
4.4.20; bulls, 32.60U3.80; cows, $1.VM26.
Caldes unchanged. Exports, 4.S4T quarters
of leef.
CALVES Receipts 1.728 hesd. The mar,
ket for veals was firm to 25c higher; for
grassers nnd fed cnlve, stesdy snd all
were sold. Veals. $4 i'1-'; little calves.
rS.'f.fl.u); grns'.ors and fed calves, I2.7r4$
8.50; no w esterns; cltv dres d veals, $ipUHc
per poond; country dresse-1, 6ffl2o.
SHEEP AND LA M 18 Receipts, $.t.n
head. The market for sheep was steady
to shnde higher; for lambs, loo higher.
Sheep. 2 26fi3.90: fed wethers. $4 28; culls,
$;.0i: lambs, 56.rO4r6.00: culls, $4.0iK1,4.; no
Censdi Inmbs sold.
HOGS Receipts. 6.074 head. Stat and
Pennsylvania hogs. $5.10iff6.2&.
KEARNEY HOLDS ONTO MAN
Buffalo County Authorities Refwse te
Giro Ip Alleged Black-Btallety
Deputy United States Marshal Human re
turned from Kearney Tuesday night, where
he had gone to arrest V. 3. Harrison with
several aliases, who la wanted for sending
threatening letters - through the United
States malls. The Buffalo county authori
ties declined to surrender Harrison, as they
needed him there to answer to the charge
of blackmail In violation of the state laws.
Harrison Is charged with having addressed
letters to certain business men of that lo
cality threatening to burn their property
unless his demands for various sums of
money were Instantly compiled wTAh. A
trap waa set for him and he was caught
and Is now In the Kearney Jail awaiting
trial.
Judge Regards Sex,
John Brlllhart, a rug psddlsr.' and Miss
Carry Lyons of the burnt district mixed
things slightly a couple of days sgo over
the payment of certain Installments which
Rrlllhsrt alleged were due. The woman,
hit Brlllhart with a beer bottle and the -rug
peddler retaliated with his fist. Jndge
Berks, In administering justice, took Into,
account the fact that woman is the weaker
and let Miss Lyons off with a lecture.
Brlllhart wss fined $3 and costs.
"Fiery Apostle" Hero.
The "fiery apostle" of the Salvatlot.
Army. Lieutenant Colonel Brengle of New
York City, Is conducting a two days' cam
paign in the Salvation Army hall, Seven
teenth and Douglas streets. In connec
tion with the rampnign there will be about
twenty visiting officers, and during the
dav officers' courrrils will be conducted by
Colonel and Brigadier Cousins. Colonel
Brengle Is accompanied by Ensign Ma bee,
who Is a soloist.
Notes from Army Headquarters.
Bids also were opened for the semi-annual
supplies of forage for the various posts ot
the department.
Lieutenant Colonel J. A. Hull, judge ad- -voc.ate,
Department of the Missouri, has
returned from St. Louis and Des Molnej.
Major General J. C. Bates, accompanied
by his aides, Captain W. M. Wright and
Lieutenant Van Leer Wills, will arrive In
Omaha Friday to arrange for turning over
the command of the Department of the
Missouri to Major General 8. 8. Sumner,
who will reach here the following day.
Major M. Gray Zalinskl, quartermaster,
V. S. A., and recently appointed depot
quartermaster at this point, was a visitor
at army headquarters. He has just re
turned from the Philippines and will enter
upon his duties as depot quartermaster In
about sixty days. He has been granted a .
leave of absence for thirty dsys, with
leave to apply for thirty days additional.
Bids for the construction of the new $100,
000 quartermaster depot storehouse la this
city have been opened at ths office of
Captain W, E. Horton, chief quartermaster.
There were three bidders from Omaha. The
lowest ' bidder was E. O. Hamilton of
Omaha. The formal announcement of the
awards will not be made until the bids are
approved by the quartermaster general at
Washington.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFER I,
Deeds filed for record yesterday as fur
rlihed by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1614
Karnam street.
A'fred Millard et al., to August
Paul; lots 16, 16, 17 and 18, block 21
Ml!lard .....$ 280.01)
Walworth G. DeLee and wife to
E eanor I. Pearson; lot 9, block 10,
Shinn's Addition 1,660,00
Wl'llam J. Welshans and wlfs to
Edward. M Slater; lot 9, House! ft. ,.:
Btebbing Bub.; lot 15, Bartlett'a "
Addition 600.00
Sara A. Dupee; et al., to Elisabeth
Clark; lot 11. block 147. South ;
Omaha i 650.00'!
Richard N. Wlthnell and wife to ,
Mary E. Chapman; lot 4, block 2, ,;
W. I Fe by s 1st Add 100.00
Ho-wsrd Lumber Co. to Samuel B.
Bower; lots 23 and .24, block 3, Eck
ermann Plac 150.00
Harry 8. Wilson 4o Carl F. Palm;
east 66 feet, north 150 feet, lot 8,
block 2, Park Place 800.00
Charles N. Voss and wife to Hester -i-Frailer;
lot 4, block 6, Hansoom
Plaoa .- 4,200.00 i
Robert W. Patrick to Continental
Trust Co.; lot 8. block 102. and lot
24. block 106. and lot 10, block 23, '
Dundee Place 1.00 )
Bu-le L. Wilklns and husband to
' Chicago Lumber Co., lots 1 and 8, '
block 257, city 2.08 ,
John Cadek to Ms -wile, 4t "le Cs- 1
dek; undivided hilf lot 14, block 11
1st Add. to South Omaha " 120 .'
William Krug to Cassel Realty Co.,
East half lot 1, block 93. city 1.00 7
Fred Krug and wife to Fred Krug
Brewing Co., lots 78 to 86 and part
lot "C," Sherman's Add 1.00 V
Fred Krug .nd wife to Casse) Realty
Co., lot 1, block 2. Artior Place Ad
dition and other lands ' 1 00
Hugh Murphy and wlf to Cornelius
Norrls; lots 17 snd 18, block ,
KMintss's 4th Sup $.600.00 . '
Sheriff to Robert Dunning Drtpps;
v "' linn nit o, iii'vcf Iff.. I 11 v ,,0(TJ-W
Charles Ogden to C'ty Pivlngs R.nk;
easi cm reel lax 101 is, Bee. J-1-1J.
1.00
CnCAGOBUNrNEA POLLS
' Maid office 4 ' v
rianhattaa Building, .fag H-ll
ST. PAUL, niNN. U,
Dsaloraln
Stocks, Grtln, Provisions
Bought aad gold for cash or raasnnsbli
Margin.
Mesakarra Issporlaat Exekaaiges,
Private Wires.
Writ for our dally market letter and pri
vate telegraph cipher mailed free.
Ship Your Grain to Us.
Prompt Returns.
Beat Facilities. Liberal Advance.
Broach Office.
104 Be Bldgf. tPaoa SB 14
Omaha, Xskraska,
mxcTH. wijtatTi'aa.
STOCKS AND BONDS
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
W havs ever 160 orllcoa.
2Wrnoea: 176 lutte aad Nat l Banks.
oii aCatvicas ta thk at est.
Out of Town Bualneas Cobolted.
Otasaa Braadll 116 Far. ass 4H. Tat. 8447
TH0S. M. WADDICK. Correiaosdont
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