T1TE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1912.
t ITV I'HOI'KHTV FOIt SALI5.
Building with nearly 100,000 sq. ft. floor
space suitable, for automobile assembling
Plant; with good Delt tins trackage. Bn3
for ci:t of building and circular.
Harrison & Morton
916 Omaha, Nat. Bank
A Cozy Home
located at 2105 Military avenue, north
east corner of Military avenue and Tat.
.. . venue, on Benson and Deaf Jn
mute car lines, S largo rooms, all on
one floor, full basement, floored attlcj
Jtouse In finished and floored with oak In
vestibule, parlor and dining rooms, and
yellow pine In other rooms! oak colon
tiadri between parlor and dining room!
Imiltln kitchen cabinet; first class plumb
Ing and furnace; beautiful lighting fix
tures; lot la 40x120, paving all paid, ce
ment steps and walks. We had three,
houses In this location, two have been
sold. You win have to hurry If you want
to have ft chance on the last one. Price
$2,800. This Is ono of the best propo
nltlons. we have offered this year. You
could not buy a lot of the name value
and build a house) like this one at the
price we are asking for this property.
Key at our office, or ut tht house on
Payne & Slater Co.
K16 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 10KS.
THE ROSEBUD LAjU CO.
handles exchanges of all kinds. Room ,
Jontlnental Blk., Omaha.
FOUR choice lou for &ala cheap. Phone
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W, ROBBINS, 1803 FARNAM BT.
FARM t ftAXCH I.AftOS FOR SALI3.
IMPROVED IRRIGATED LAND.
"10 nnd 40-acre tracts."
It you desire a CALIFORNIA HOME
the best Investment for you to make Is In
an Improved Irrigated tract In the
LOWRY COLONY, Tne finest body of
Improved land In the SACRAMENTO
VALLEY with a perpetual water right,
both river and rail transportation, graded
roads, schools, and only a. few hours' rldo
to Sacramento and Ban Francisco.
Land all developed and seeded to alfalfa,
paying an Income now; no wait as with
unimproved land. Each tract so planned
that trees can be planted without Inter
ferine with the alfalfa. Soil is adapted
to the growing of oranges, lemons,
amonds, walnut or any of the decid
uous fruits. For Information address
L. J. LOWRT. 'Willows. Cal.
BRITISH Columbia finest agrlculi
tural land, Noehaco valley, .near Orand
Trunk; also Fort Ueorgo, Cariboo, Peace
River, Bulkley valley. State requirements,
40 acres to 100,000. Lowest prices) easy
terms. Glenn & Co., 4U Pender St,
Vancouver, B. C,
TRAVERSED BY THE
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Lands adapted to the widest range of
crop. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country. Its soil,
clirnato, church and school advantages,
F t8' TV. B. LEAHY. Dept K.
General Passenger Agent.
iinci ........... AHH. n.n M.
proved: all good, level land; three .miles
from town; good buildings. Price 1140
per acre. Auaress uraeuer tiros., cnei-
aani, ia. .
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widely circulated and most Influential
newspaper.' Its dally circulation exceeds
43.003 copies. The classified advertising
rate Is 1 cent a word or 6 cents a line.
You can sell your farm In Iowa or you
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month U J1.20 a line. Address The Des
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SO ACRES ALFALFA. KSOO-HAMIL-
ton Co., Kan.: rich Arkansas river bottom
land, about 1 mile from Kendall (main
line Santa Fe RyO: good fence; no build-
Incs. Jl.ooo cash, balance at o per cent.
James L. Lombard, Owner, Kansas
flrrr Jt r.Ci
SCO ACRES of tine valley land adjoining
the town of Hershey, pop. 800. In the beet
country, west of. North Platte: all tillable,
.no vtnste land, SO acres now in orn and
SO In beets, balance' hay, but all ought
to bo rj alfalfa. Price for, quick sale
$53 per acre,)' or about hair price. Agents
D, C. PATTERSON. OMAHA.
Farms Farms Farms
Driving distance of Omaha farms. Let
us show you the goods. All sizes, all
prices, all terms.
ORIN S. MERRILL CO..
Rooms 1213-11 City National Bank Bldg.
40-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND, J 23 TO $33
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for U
years, Including 1910 and 1911. average
with the best in the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
cltmats cannot be found. Wrlto for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUNDINQSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
HOMESTEAD 160 acres rich farm land
tor 1 175. filing feeB and all. Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sandhills. Land
around Kimball, 315 to 125 an acre. Agents
wanted. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
TEN THOUSAND SHARES Hidden
Treasure Gold Mining nnd Milling Co.
stock at Lead. S, D., Joining tho famous
llomestaku mine. This Is good property
and will double during the coming year.
Look this up. Address Box 438. Lincoln,
THREE good farms or sale. Address.
W, B. Irlck, Sparks, Ok' R J. Box 64.
Acreage for Rent.
FOR RENT Market garden. 10 acres,
H sublrrigated with famous Wiggins sys
tem; 1 acre strawberries; 1 acre young
asparagus; H aero onions; 4-room, 40x23
cement house; barn, sheds, hotbed; finest
well water, pump Jack and gasoline en
gine; close, high fence; on street car
Hub; all tools and Implements 1300; nono
but hustfler need apply. Chaa. E. Selfert,
Ilox 93. Lincoln, Neb.
Bestprises for fur., clothes, shoes. W.BHS.
PAVING highest price for scrap Iron.
Writ for particulars. A.B. Alplrn, Omaha
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKETi
Bears in Wheat Dislike the Smell of
SALES KEPT FROM THE PUBLIC
The Hltnntlnn In Corn Is Likely to
Develop right lletvvrrn the
Sbor(a nnd Long lie fore
OMAHA, Nov. 22, 1M2.
The fact tins clejarlv rl Aninnstratecl yes
terday that the bears In wheat dislike the
smell of gunpowder. A mesjage was re
celved from Uuffalu saying there are
4.000,0a) bushels of Canadian wheat at
that point, and that Duluth propose to
extend the season nf navigation five days
In order to start us much wheat to But-
ioio as possiblo before the final closing.
yvmie Hie Minneapolis market rejwrieu
the resumption of buying by millers there,
the talk on export business was of a
different trend than that of Tuesday and
Wednesday when sales were reported as
so large. It Is generally believed that
export transactions In wheat are made
every day and that buyers request that
all mlpfl bo kept from the public When
tho sales are given to the press and grain
world they ro of such enormous propor.
tlortB that they are pronounced us n bull
help. It was said vesterdav that tha bid
on wheat from abroad was somewhat out
of line on wheat In the United States,
but adtlces from both Montreal and Win.
nipeg said that the transaetlons there
were quite heavy in Canadian wheat and
that the prices were fairly satisfactory.
Cash wheat unchanged to He higher.
uno situation In December corn is
likely to develop quite J. tight between
the shorts and long before that month
has rolled around. Great uneasiness was
displayed yesterday by tho smaller shorts,
uui me larger ones rerusea to cover on
any advance. While price changes for
all tha corn .futures were narrow, the
feeling was one of nervousness. Some of
We receivers renort Increased consign
ments, and It looks llko a season or con
signments rather than the acceptance of
bids as sent out to the country from day
to day. Tho prices sent out by commis
sion houses have failed to draw any corn
to speak or, and advices were rtccivea
here from some points In Iowa and Illi
nois raying farmers were out of the mar
ket as sellers. Cash corn unchanged to
Oats were tho weakest grain on tho
list yesterday, The market rallied some
trom the lowest notnt. however. In sym
pathy with the strength shown by wheat.
Cash oats unchanged to Vic higher.
Clearances of corn were 31,Quo bushels,
oats 68,000 bushels and wheat and flour
equal to 416,(00 bushels.
Liverpool closed VitTwd lower on wheat
and HtfWd lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts wore 1,C3G,C0J
bu. and shipments 1.451.000 bu.. uaalnst re
ceipts of 687,000 bu. and shipments of L027,
Primary corn receipts were mh.ouo uu.
ami shipments 261,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 674,000 bu. and shipments of
181.000 bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 635,000 bu.
and shipments 912,003, bu., against re
ceipts of 430.000 bu. and shipments of 253,-
coo bu. last year.
i he followim; cash sales were rcporteu
today Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 2 car?;
7&U9-' No. 3 hard winter, 1 cur, 7SHc No.
4 hard winter, 1 car, 77o; l.car, 76Hc No.
2 spring, 1 car, 79c. No. 3 spring, 4 cars,
78Wc. No. 4 spring, 1 car, "OHc No. 2
northsrn snrliiK. 1 ear. 80c: l car. 791ic
No. 4 mixed, l car, 77c. No. 2 durum, 1
car, 764c No. 8 durum, 1 car, 7Wc
corn: No. 8 yellow. 1 ear (old). 02c: s
cars (hew), 46c, No. 4 yellow, 1 car (new),
uc. no. i mixed, z cars (new), 43c. no
grade. 1 car, ,10c. Oats: No. 3 white, 1
car, 30c; 4 cars.'Sc. No. 4 white, G cars,
2914c; 1 car, 29ftc. No grflde, 2 cars, 29c.
Barloy: No. 3, 1 car, 62c; 1 car, 58c. No.
4, 1 car, 00;.
Oranhn Cash 1'rlee.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 78tCi7&Hc; No. J
hard, 78$j!78Mo: No. 4 hard, i5H577c: No.
2 spring, 77Vtc; No. 3 spring, 7878Uc;
No. 4 spring, 7W477c.
CORN No. 3 white, 4545?ic; No. 4
white, 43JM$14c; No. t yellow, 45i??46c;
No. 3 yellow, 43V444e; No. 3, 45V4f45i4c;
No. 4. 42Vi43c.
OATS-No. 2 white, 30USOc: standard,
8OJi30V4c; No. 3 white, 29if30c; No. 4
BARLEY Malting, 5igi2c; No. 1 feed.
RYE No. 2, MttO'fiOc; No. 3, 69QC0HC
Whoat. Corn. Oots.
Kansas City ...
3VEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of (he Day on Various
NEW YORK, Nov. 22.-FLOUR-Kasy;
spring patents, U45Q4.75; wlntor straights,
J4.4or4.53; winter patents, ' 84.65g6.l0:
spring clears, $1.154.45; winter ex
tras No. 1, H.0&84.16; winter extras No.
2, 3.95ft4.05; Kannus straights, JU04M.20.
Rye flour, steady; fair to good, 13.6503.90;
choice to fancy. S3.954.0r. Uuokwheat
flour, quiet; J3.0ftQ2.05 per 100 lbs.
CORNM EAI Easy : tine white and
yellow, 11.D0Q1.55; coarse. 8l,45tfl.&0; kllu
RYE-Steady; No. 2, 6Gi08c. c. I. f.,
BARLEY Quiet; feeding, 5Sc. c. I. f.,
New York: malting. 5770c, c. I. f.,
WHEAT Spot market, steady; No. 2
red, 81.05 elevator and tl.OO. f. p. u. afloat;
N. 1 northern Duluth, DSc, f. o. b.
afloat. Futures market closed Ho net
lower. December, 91?493 7-10c, closed
t2Ho. May, 9S U-J6(if97Hc, closed IWUc!
July closed 91c.
CORN Spot market, steady; export,
53Vic. f. o, b. afloat to arrive.
OATS Spot market, steady; N01 3;
MH37c; No. 4, 3C30&c; white clipped,
July closed 94c.
FEED Steady; western spring bran,
100-pound sacks, 122.50; standard middling.
100-pound sacks, 122.50, city, liw-pouna
HAY Quiet; prime nominal, No. 1,
ll.10ei.12H; NO. 2, 95C011.OO; No. 3, 75380c,
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice,
1912, 2&g3So; 1911. 12Q17c; Pacific coast,
1912, 17G24c: 1911, 17619c.
HIDESr-Flrm: Central America, 2SHc:
LEATHER Firm; hemlock first, 27
2Sc; seconds, 26jJ27c; thirds, 23021c; re
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess,
118.75K19.5ff; family, 123.0O24.00; short
clears, (22.0024 CO, Beef, strong: mess,
119.COS 20.00; family, 123.0024.00: beef hams,
114.00, nominal. Lard, esiler; mid din
west prime, 111.4011.50; refined, firm;
WANTED -TO HIJY.
WANTED To buy a cottage or a 7 or
8-ropm housa to be moved on a lot; would
like one within 15 blocks of 2tth and
Franklin. Telephone Red 401
WANTED To buy old broken watches
and old gold. M. Nathan. 109 S. 13th St.
Shafton buys old clothes, shoes. W, 5479.
MVK 8TO"K ;' MiltKKT of VKST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage apd shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Lire fltock Cominl:on Merchants.
BYERS BROB. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 223 Exchange Bldg.
8nyder-Malone-Coffman Co.. lit Ex. Bldg
LAVERTY BROS.. 138 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exchange Bldg
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort D. A, Russell,
Wyoming, October 25th, 1912. Sealed tiro-
posals. In triplicate, will be received at
this onice until 11 a. m., aianaay, Novem
ber 25th. 1912. and then opened in pres
enco of bidders for Constructing Railroad
Spur, Sidings, Scale Track, Scale and
Scale House. Information will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should bo Indorsed
"'Proposals for Railroad Spur, Etc.,"' and
addressed, r H. Armstrong, Captain
Quartermaster Corps, I', S. Cow
YORK STOCK MARKET
T ALLOW Steady . urlme eltv. hhds..
ftUc. speclat. Ho; country, ftfNSic
m'TTUH-Steftdy. receipts. 4,W3 tubs;
process, seconds, 2lffi3o; factory, June
make, firsts, I4Hc
('HEME Finn and unchanged; re
ceipts, 1,T77 boxes.
KGGi Uuleti receipts, 5,WJ cases, frcth
gathered, seconds, 3Mi2$ci refrigerator,
flrfts, local storage, charges paid, MHO
SS'.ic; hennery, whites, fancy, largo, new
laid, KW6Sc: selected, whlio. SStjHsc; west
ern, gathered, whites, 3.tft2c.
POULTRY live, steady: western
chickens, IDyiJc; fowls, IftJlSol turkeys,
lie. Dressed poultry steady,;, fresh kilted
western chicken. lile, fowls, UHff
HWc, turkeys, , latfiCc.
ClH'Ai GRAIN AMI rnuvisio.Mi
Featnren of the TmilliiK nml CloalUK
Price nn Tlnnrd of Trnite.
CHICAGO, Nov. 22.-Argentlno nnd do
mestlc conditions proved morn Influential
than war new today In wheat. Ac re
sult the market although steady at th
close, finished Ho to UUVtQ off. Corn
closed unchanged to U down and oats
unchanged to a shado ndvunce. Provi
sions closed unchanged to KVJi30o lower.
Prices throughout tho day folt tho of
foct of a return of flno weather for tho
beginning of harvest. Further heaviness
resulted from tho fact that primary re
ceipts In tho United States were tnorp
than threo times as largo as a year Rgo.
May wheat ranged from SMifoSSHo to
DOSc, with last sales POHc A loss of Utt?-c
net. Flno wenther enlarging tho re
ceipts and Improving the grade of corn
made that cqreal oasy. Modoruta buying
by foreigners ucted as an offset. May
fluctuated between 4TH?Ha and 47H3
fic, clot-tng a shade net lower al 47Hc-
Oats held steady on account of receipts
less than had bien looked for. May after
selling from 32c to 3IUc, closed unchanged
For the first time this month hog re
ceipts west were larger than a yar ago.
In consequence the provision market re
ceived r backset. January pork suffered
tho most, a drop of I7Hff20c,
Closing quotations were!
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh. Low. Closc.l Yea y.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR-Easy; winter patents, 14.305'
4.85; winter straights, 14.10ftf4.rO; spring
patonts. 14.204tO.20: spring straights. 13.00
OH.OS; bakers, 13.7Otr3.t)0.
RYIi NO. 2, twyic.
BARLEY' Feed or mixing. 4Mr50c: fair
to choice malting. 56P70c.
8EEDH TSmothy. 13.iwnr8.73. aover.
PROVISIONS-Mess pofk. !17.2S17 50.
Lard (In tierces), tli.25, Short ribs (loose),
aoiai Clearances 01 wueai ana uour
wero equal to 436,000 bu. Exports for the
week, as shown by Bradstreut's, wero
equal to 6,116,000 bu. Prlrnary receipts
wero 1,636,000 bu., compared with r7,000
bu. the corresponding day a year ago.
ustimatea receipts ror tomorrow:
Wheat: 62 cars: corn. 308 cars: oats. 197
cars: hogs, 15,000 head.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat, No, 2 rod,
11.001.03; No. 3 red. D0aoc; No. 2 hurd,
85fo6Hc: No. 3 hard, 83S6V4c; No. 1
northern, 85Hf3Hc; No. 2 northern, 84 H
0x5c; No. 3 northern, 80jI83cj No. 2 spring,
tr-sjMc; ino. a spring, tciquvsc; no. 4
-...I., ,r THrrr.f u'ti nhtiff. fiA-I.kr.l...
durum, 82&89c. Com, No. 2 yellow, 67&ci
no. a, oui, uiww?c; now, tso. 2
white, old. 51ffJi52c: now. 46'4fi'4Mic: No. 3
yellow, old, 56ijl57Hc: new, 4?tf48c; No,
4, old. 4SfftWc; new, 44Hhi46c; No. 4 white,
old, 4f24'Jc; new, 44HiHc; No. 4 yellow,
old, 53Hc; new, 44H'tf46yio. Oats, No. i
white, 3&M3.)4c: io, ;i wnue, aivisrKc; No.
4 white, yoaaiUc! tstandurd, ;;3ti31c. Il-o.
No. 2. 60t?61c Barley: 45C74e. Seed: Tim
othy, !3.004f3.7C: clover, !1S,00Q17.50.
BUTTER Steady; creameries. 29fi
34Uc: dairies. 280310.
EUUB-atcauy; receipis, z,u cases; at
maiK, cases incmaea, usc; ordinary
thsts. 24c: firsts. 27c.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 16',4)M6Hc;
lBM-c: ionK nonis.
j vAAv.rf.. . tibviv.". turn.
Alicnigan, owu; -Minnesota, wjiijic: s
POULTRY Alive, steady; turkeys, 17c;
cniCKens, xuc; nprinfiH, ivc.
VEAI Steady, at Bfiltc.
tit, 1,011 In General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 22. WHEAT Cush
higher; track No. 2 red, ll.Olltfl.W; No. 3
CORN-HJgher; track No. 2, 46Hif-48o;
.M). 2 white. 47Hc.
OATS Higher; track No, :
No. 2 white. 33Hc.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT Firm; December,
CORN Firm; December,
OATS in rm; December, 31u; May, 32Vlc.
vrvMtll Wpnk! rod winter imtents.
$4.8E95.l&; extra fancy and straight, 14.25
Qj4,ib; naro winter ciours, tiwjo.iu,
SEED Timothy, 110.00.
r;n rn m ea i-ts.oo.
BRAN Dull; sacked (east track), 8
jtA 1 iTrm ; umoiny. u.v7ti.uui nui-
BAGGING 10 3-16C
TWINE Hemp, 8p.
upnvtRiOTsrs Pork, unchanged: Job'
blncr. 116.60. Lurd. unchanged; prlino
tnn.n. iio.72tUiuo.S2Vi. Dry salt meats, un
changed; boxed extra shorts. ilt.irJH; cleur
ribs. 111.37H! snori clears, u.
Unchanged; boxed extra shorts, 1U.37H;
clear rlbil, lli.Ji. snon oieuro, u.diti.
POULTRY Firm; chlokens, 9H; spring.
12c; turkeys, 16c; ducks, ljc; geese. 11c.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, vSitHMc.
Flour, bhls 11.000 11,000
Wheat, bu r.S.Oir) 76.COO
Corn, bu 59, 22.P00
Oats, bu 54,000 0,000
ICnnnaH City Grain and Provisions
l.-AKRAH HITY. Nov. 22. WHEAT-
Cash. unchanged; No. 2 hard, SOfWOHci
No. 3. msia No. 2 red, OOHWc; No. 8,
oonewHc ' .
CORN Unchanged to Mr. higher; No. 2
mixed, 43H&44c: No. 3, 42Q42Hc; No. 3
white, 45W46c: wo. t, c.
OATS-T'nohanced: No. ! white, 82H
3Je: No. 2 mixed. 32Ho.
, RYE 6353Hc
BUTTER Creamery. 32Hc: firsts, 30Hc;
seconds, 2SHc; packing. 23Hc.
EGGS Extras, 30c; firsts, 29c; seconds,
POULTRY liens, wj'Bc; roosters, f
8Hc: aprtngs, HH'SISo; young turkeys, 15
Wheat, bu 90.0U) 123,000
Corn, bu 2O.000 21.000
Oats, bu. 0,000 11.0CO
.Milwaukee tint In Market.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Nov. 22. WHEAT
No. 1 northern, S5frtfcci No. 2 northern,
83fj.S4ttc; No. 2 hard winter, 86fl87c; De
cember, SJHci May. 87c.
CORN No. 3 yellow, old, 590o: new,
MftGCc; No. 3 white. 59o; No. 3, 65iG5c;
December. 4SHc May. 47Mc
PKOHIA. III.. Nov. 22. COHN-Steadj'!
No. 3 yellow, 45cj No. i yellow, 42Hc; No.
S mixed, 45c: wimple. 374('o.
OATS-Bteady: No. 2 white, 31Hc:
standard, 82V4&32?tc; No. 3 white, Sl;c;
No, 4 white, 304c.
Duluth Grain Slnrket,
Dl'LCTH. Nov 22. WHKAT-On track,
No. 1 hard, 82Hc. No. 1 northern, Slicj
No, 2 northern. 79c; Montana, No, 2, to
arrive, 81,ci December. 80Ho bid. May,
4S'4 4714 47H
17Hp4 47WS, 47
484 4ii 4SH
37H SOli WiflSl
SJU 32 S2(41W
32U 82, ib,i
19 30 19 UVrf
19 17H 19 20
IS 62H 13 45 IS 47H
11 07H U 0214 H 02H
10 75 10 70 10 70
10 22H 10 lla 10 17'.i
10 ?0 10 25 10 mx
I 9 90 B 87H 9 87H
Prices Weaken Under ProfitTaking
Sales and London Selling.
UNEASINESS OVER THE WAR
Tradern for Time liny MieU on
(I round flint Strong; llnll Infln
rncrn A rr tesinnlbte for
NEW YORK. Nov. .-ln response to
profit-taking sales following yesterday's
rise and some selllns by lxindou. stocks
weakenel today. Th upenlng was loner
and prices eninMl orf In the morning.
Trading fell off to nominal proportions
in tho last half of tho day and prices
were virtually at a standstill.
Iondon selilnc was regarded as the
significant dovelnpinifnt of tho day It
was estimated that 20,0(0 to M.rto snares
wero sold hero bv lOiidon. which r
cently hart been tepurchaslng American
securities disposed of following the out"
break of tho Balkan war. This selling
as attributed In part tn unenNlnet over
the rejection by tho Turkish uo eminent
of prare terms. Another uxplaufttian
was that the Kelllng was tendon's reply
to the cngogemeut of gold there for this
country. A further engagement of 1S0O.OO0
gold was announced today.
for a time today there was soma buy
ing of stocks by traders who took the
ground that strong Influenees lined on
the bull sd wern responsible for yes
terday's upturn. This buying was more
than offset, however, by liquidation sales
and London selling, the latter being thti
most effective In Union Pacific Read
ing and Amalgamated, Losses were ro
stricted to fractious In most caies. Cana
dian Pacific declined 2 points.
A loss of cash to the banks on tho
week's transactions was Indicated,
Known movements of money for the
jvkwBhowed a cash loss ot about
Tho bond market was quiet and Iricgu.
1st. Total sales par value, 11,37B,W.
United State 2's declined Ho on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
. , .. ! JUsh. low, CJoit,
Amttmll Copper .... ll.M Mli UU SSH
nfiitn Aincmiur! ,
Amrlcn Best fiuicir.,.. eo lU
xnivncui Ln II, MO )V 41
Amerlrikn Vu M., l,Io Ktvt 111
American O. V liu Itn
Amerlcon CoUen oil l,aoo U
Am. let Smrltlt loo im
Ainerlctn Unawi . ..... sent ljt
Amirlcui IX'omotl ... i.iin ith.
AHitrloin S. & f . 5.SW tl.
Ain. p. k iu pin
Am. Sugar Itctlnlot...
Amrlcn T, T
Amrlon Tulnrco .....
Aiurond Mining Co..
Atlantic Out Um.,.,
Hnltlmaio & Oblu
ltolhUhfm Sticl ,
Ilroohljrn lupld Tr,..,
l'hitptnk A Ohio...,
C'Mcno O. W
:'K i 111
700 14SH Uli U)
1.000 UU UK 111.
i.ioo tot 107 lojn
IV 1M ItS'i lSSi
1,100 07i 107U 107U
100 411 40i 40H
.( MS MU. WW
J.004 Wi, tUlt M
Iff) il) MS i4
) llli ISti
tnucjgo, M. Ft. P.... 3,100 in US
WiIcikc & N. W t.lM B04 in
.uioriiQ i'. & t
Daurtr & Itlo Orsnde....
Denrer : It, a. ptd
Dlstlllrr Securities ...
Hrle lt pM....,
IOtU S1 pfd
Orat Njrthom pM.,.., .
Great Ncrthfrn ore etfa,
Inttr, Met. pfrt.,..
Internnllapal )Irvntr. .
International IMtnp ,
Kanstia City Southern
Loultrlll A NaaliTllls
M., St. r. & B. .1. M...
Mlasourl, K, A T ..
National lliicult ........
, V 143
.M 11 !i
. : :: .::
: t ..
t.m covi to
4,(00 t fH
KW 1I1 120
J0 M 80
5110 II H
l.wo i;n iMi m,
IW 147 lieu HOi
HIl u,L W
i-f iii? liu
l,.oo 44 i J4
National Lifad io Hi
N. II. 11. of M. Sd ufd. . loo Jlii
. . v.
fc-Mw iora t-enirai
N. Y Q. W
Norfolk & Wextern
r., c, c. at. ij
Preaaed Sttel Car ,.
Pullman Pkl&ee Car,
Hoadlns ' ,..
Jtcpublle I. & B
Republic I. Sc 8, pfd
Hock Iilatid Co
Hock lllanil Co. pfd....
at. u & s. v, a ptd...
Seaboard Air Une
Hoabuard A, I. pfd
SleeeSlicfflold S. & I...
BO. Hallway pfd
1xa & Paoitle
Uolon raclflo Pfd
loo sin stu
loa ii' lit 1?$
too it k si
t.ton iu itu ih
:oo M4 ssu 5?i
1,900 1UI4 IMS 1M,
too 111 ties 1ISH
100 lot tor iou
oo ;t am uu
47,000 ltJW 175t 17SH
n 3714 zs
7m mi, inn
it) n f; us
V't !( Ill)
1OT II 34
sl.too nis i7ts m
United Btatea Healty...
Uctted Statea Rubber.... ,0M (OH Wi
United Stutea Steel 1 7, W0 li li'i
V. S. Steal pfd M0 ill lit'
Utah Copper l.Ortd t4
Va.-Carollna Chemical .. 200 ie(i 1'l
Wabaah too i 4
Western Marj land ton 13 Ml
Wctern Union 100 ; ;
Weatlnthouoo ICIecUIn ,, 1,104 SU dm
Wheeling & L. R .,,
Total Mica for the day, St,IO abarea.
Sfw Y'ork Money Market,
NISW YOUIC. Nov. 22,-MONHY-On
call, firm at 6;60 per cent; ruling rate,
fK per cent', closing bid, 64 per cent; of
fered at 0 per cent. Time loans, easy;
sixty days, 6 per cent; ninety days, 6
per cent; six months, 6'i por cent.
PItlMK MBIICANTILM PAl'UR- per
BTHRLINd JCXCHANCH5 Klrm, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $1.80
for sixty-day bills and at J4.M, fur de
mand ; commercial bills, 84.80H.
SILVKH-Uar, 63c; Moxlcau dollars,
HONDS Government, easy; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. 8. ret. 2a, re,..100HK. C. Bo. rat, 5a... 7
do coupon 100H T. B. ith. la 1W1... t:t;
U. S. a, re lOIViU ft N, un. a ... M'
ao coupon 101 nil. K. & T. lat 4.. S3tt
U. 8, 4a, rtf UH 'da Kra, l4a as
to coupon llih'Mo. facltlc 4. 11
Panama aa, coupon.. 101H. lu conr. t 7
A.-C. lat U ttfa... HiN H It of M Via at
Amer. As. Ea 0H,IN. V. C. . His.... H
A. T. T. cr. 4..)14 lo deb. 4a j
Am. Tobaeco a....l0 M Y, N. It. & H.
Armour & C. 4Ha. 1'4 cv. 3Ha M
Atchlum sen. 41. ... 7 N. fc W lat c. 4a.. 7
ao cv. 41 1M. .- 10614 do cy 4 116
do cv, ta 10 No. raeKlo 4a SIH
A. C. U lat 4 H "do ia 4H
Hal. & Oht 4a S70. 8. L rfdg. 4 91 H
do IHa ' on. cy. m nil.. MTi
nroolc. Tr. cv. 4. ... M Mo con. 4s 10
Can, ot tla. (a 10',i lUadlnr Sn. 4... . 7U
ran, Uatfcr Is MVs. L. & S. F. If 4a 1H
Cbes. ft Ohio 4Vis.
do conv. 4Via
Chlcato & A. S'ia.
C. ri. ft Q. J. 4a...
V do can, t
r?aSt, U 8. W. e. 4a
66 g. A. U BVdJ. l. .
r.'nSo. I'ac. ro. ta. .
4 do cv. 4a
do (an, 4.
C M ft a r cv 4',4. 1044; do lat ref. 4.. ..
C. It. !. & T. c. i. 7HSn. ltallaar ta...
do rt(. 4a Vi do ran, 4a. . ..
C, 81 r ft 4Vi K Union I'aulflo ta.
D. & H. cr. 4a..,.. 9TVi do cr. 4a
I). ft It O. ref, la u iio lat ft rtf. a
ntaitllMa' l TlVttr. s, Ilubbar (a.
Erl p. !, 4 I'HV. H, Btaal li la. ..tot
aa (an. 4a ti va.-Lar. iitm. la ,
do cv. 4a, acr. K. T7'4Wab. lat ft ei. ta. MV.
Til On. lat rat. 4( M Waalam Md. 4a tiu
InUr. Met. 4tis II Waat, Ela-. cr. la. . tttt
inter. M. . ia.. hhii, ventral a, ... sift
Japan 4H . 0U
St'vr York Sllnlnir Ntocka.
NEW YOHIC. Nov. 22,-nifMrlng quota
tions on miniuo biuchh were;
Com. Tunnal atoek.. t Mexlran ....
do bonda 11 Optarlo
Con. Cal. & Va. .. J4 OpWr
Iron Slltar 1M Standard ....
Lcadvllla Con. .... I Vallow Jacktt
Uttla Chlat , 1
WASHINGTON. Nov. 82. -Tho condition
of tho I'nlUd Stataes treasury at tho be-
Klnnlng of business today wusr Work ng
balace, ,02,322,249. In banks and Philip
pine treasury, W2,42,K4. .Total of gen
eral fund. 1144,(91,254, Receipts yeslnrday.
H771.1W. disbursements, Jl.-Wl. The
deficit this fiscal year. ll.afi.4W, ns
agnlnst a deficit nf M4.0Hl.T10 last year.
Tho flg'tres for lecelpta, disbursements
and deflrit exclude, l'unama canal snd
public debt transactions.
lir.l'OHT (If I l.KAlll.Vt! ItUUSU
Trnnsnrtlnns nf .iMeoelateil Hank
for the Week,
N11W YOIUv. Nov lliadstrefs
bank oleaiiiiK.i report for the ucr.k vndliuf
isovember -i shows an ngMrvKstn ot
IS,TM.tW. a.i against J,Svi-sWvW lost
week and U&t.TUViiO In the eorrep.ndini
week last r. Kollowlng Is a list of
t'lilhulelphU ! lSl.0W.0iXH .5
, , i,
.. .,i 5.4
Ht. I'atll I
Washington, U. V .
tflt like City
New Haven i..
Jacksonville, Klu. .
l.37, 11 7
7. W.W 1.0 ..
lS,MI,t 15.7 I
7JV3.0X 45.1 ......
4,4V.,(W 4.2 ......
0. 073.000 ,2
8, moou r..s
5,931.000 ST.O ,
1,787,000 27,4 ,
2,187.000 18,7 ,..;..
2. W1.0O0 42.3 ......
1. 77,O0O 8.1!
3. UV8.000 45.1
1,204,000 34,2 ......
1. 130,01.10 1.3
SC5.000 2.9 ......
7K3.00O 81.6 '.
574.000 2.6 ,,....
f.72,000 19,1 ...(..
r58,0O0 07. 0
48,801,000 81.1 (
, Oklahoma. City...
Charleston, S. P....
Wheeling. W. V.
Han Diego, Cal..,..
'IMCodar Haplds. la....
Fa l itiver
Columbia, a. O
I . i
i Mouth llcnd. Xiut. . . ,
Sioux Va.Hr, H. 11...
, . . ..u ,,i
Fargo, N. u
Nut Included In totals ImcaUHo contain,
lug other Items than cleurlnijs.
I.omloii Stock Mnrket,
LONDON, Nov. 22, Tho break In the
armistice, negotiations between Turkey
and the nil led llivlknn stntcs caused aca
orally selling and litTr prices during the
roronuon on inu siock excnange. tnu
approacli of tho settlement checked fresh
sneculatlve sunnort und shlntilnir shares,
ltiu Tint oh and homo rulls wero tho most
affected bv tho slumi). Tho mnrket liar
dened sllchtlv In the afternoon, whop
Orand Trunk was a firm featuraj and
American securities opened essv and a
fraction lower. Realising sales de
pressed values during the early trading
utui losses ranged irom H to i',i point.
with Canadian Pacific leading. Later
Wall street supported the, market, which
recovered a fraction aim closed ami.
Money was tight, but discount rates
were inclined to a lower level,
London closing stocks:
Conaola. raonar .. 75 MtUiulavlll ft N . ..HI
TSn M., K. ft. T Sv
.. HUM Y (.'antral HIM
.. 'Norfolk & W Ill
. Ill'.t do Did !
Atchaon . ...
..10SU Ontario ft W IsU
Baltlmora ft Ohio, . .tlOVi ranuaylvanla . ...1. Mil
Canadian rac!!le..,.J7S IUnd Mlnaa U
ChcaaiieaVa gt O.. . WK Itradlni IMi
Chicago U. W It Eoutlitrri Itr 304t
Cut.. Mil. ft St. r..U do Nil.. II
Da llfra tMiSnutharn Kacllle lltli
Danver ft Itlo O.... ti Union rclflo,,.,,.,,lUU
..41 do ntd 14
F.rl .1 ,.
do 1st ptd
do td pfd
.. MWU 8. Nteal , T7K
.. tli do pfd HlVi
.. 4i Wabwb 4
.1 IVt do pfd 1H
KILVKR-Ilur. steady at 23d per ounca,
mum it-ouhh ner cent.
The ritto nf discount In tho onen market
for short bills Is 4Mf4 16-16 ler rent; for
inrco montns- uuis, tsirt ia-i per cent.
llnatttii ;ioalmr H locks.
II08TON. Nov. 22. Closlnir dUotutlons
on stocKs wero us inuows;
Allouct 41 Mohawk
Amal, Copnar .. -. JH Nevada Con. . .
A. SI. h. h 8.. . . U Mpltalnc Mlnea ..
ArlaooA Com. . .. H North Dutta
11. & C. O. & 8. M. I (NorUi Uka .. ..
Cal, & Arlaooa 74ft Old Dominion ....
Cal. A Hccla.. Il Oaceola
. HtiQulner , ,,
II Shannon ......
. II gnparlor . ......
IHBuparlor ft D. It.
- 4HTamarark . .
. 7IHU. B. 8. It. & M.
Cop. .Ilapie a C.
Kat Ilutt. C. M
(llroui Con, ,
tlreena Cananaa .
S do ptd
Ill Itorale Copper. Slntali (n.
IfcUtah Cvnuer Co.
La Bulle Coppar
Miami Copper . .
Cut ton Mnrket.
NMW YOHIC, Nov. JJ.-COTTON-Bpot
closed steady; middling uplands, 12.OO0;
middling gulf, 12,tiSo; sales, 40 bales.
Cotton futures closed firm. Clohlng bids:
November. 12.1?o; December. 12.21c! Jan
uary, 1330c: February, 12,32c; March,
12. Sic; Muy, 12.36r; Juno, It.Sc: July, 12.11c;
August, 12.23a; September, Il.bOc; October,
LIVKRPOOL. Noy, 22,-COTTON-Hpot
In Increased demand; prlres steady;
American middling falr-7.45d; good mid.
dllng, T.lld; middling. I. Did; low middling,
6,7&1; good ordinary, 0.27d; ordlnury, C.7UJ,
sales, 10.000 bales.
(JALVKBTON, Nov. 22. COTTON
Illgher, 12 5-lCc. -
OMAHA, Nov. 22,-HAY-No. 1, upland,
tll.0OOH.S0; No, 2, tlO.00fUl.O9; No. 3, t.003
1O.C0: No. 1, midland, tl0.SMU1.0Qj No. 2,
tl0.00O10.60; No, 3, t8.0O10.(O; No. 1, low
land 13.0OM10.O): No. 2, .0019.00; No. t,
t.0Ofl8.M). Alfalfa' No, 1 third and fourth
cutting. tH. 00314 60; first and second cut
ting, tl3.SCj 14.00; No. 2. any cutting 112 50
5il3.W, No, 3, any rutting, tlO.OOCU 00.
Straw. Wheat, $6.00; rye, tMO; oatstXW.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Not Enough Cattlo Here Today to
Mako a Market.
H00S SUFFER ANOTHER DROP
No Channe tn Vnlorn nn Sheep or
Lambs of Any Kind Not Mnough
on Knle to llenlly llnke n
Test nf the Market.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 2. WIS,
Cattle. Hogs, Sheep.
Sfflclal Monday H.01
fflclul Tuesday ....... 6.951
inciai wemnesaay ,.,
fflclul Thuiartavv 4.4SO
Usttmate Krlday m
live dava thl. iv.rk .W.fflfl S.ll W.C.'J
Same days last weqk..8l,7W W.H7 l,M
Same days 2 wks, go,IO,707 1P.SXI 70.4M
Hame days 3 wks. ngn,,lt S7.IM) 14.MJ
tiamo days 4 wks. aRo,M,(U7 (7,67 1H.SV1
r'anie days last year, .M.'JW 41,770
The following table shows. lh rceeluts
of cattle, hogs and shetip at Mouth Oinaho
for tha year to date ns comparwl with
last year. 1MI lull lnu. De
Cattlo 91S.772 1.079,303 Ib2,3
Hogs . .....J.fiU.KI :.H0.4b4 W.iH .......
Bheep :,7.tl,UX5 J.SJl.Tf' WM
The follawlnar labia allows tha ratlg u(
prices for hogs at tiouth Omahn for the
last few dars with comparisons!
VX. lilt, llHl.llMU.IlW.tro.lM7llCt.
llecslnts njul dlsuoattlnn nf live stock
nt tho Union stock yards. Houth Ontnha,
tor twanty-iour noun tinning at J ! nu,
HEClttl PTS-CAUlrOA DS,
Cattle lions. Hheep, llse.
c, m. ft at. v, lty, ..
Nov. II. I 7 1ST I T K$ 7 Ml 6 TV 4 W
Nov. 13.) V 83 ) 6 37 7 M 74 4 70
Nor. 14. 7 tl S6 7 7 6 M 4 Ml
NOV. IS. 7 MV, I W 1 M 7 P7 4 04
Nov, 1. 7 11 1 7 88 7 V6 6 69 4 M
Nov. 17, 7 44 T M f i 4V
Nov. 18. 7 7H 30 I SI 7 W 6 6 4 S3!
Nbv. 19. 7 7U 7 7 94 i TO 4 flt
Nov. 20, 7 73 S 16 ? tki 6 9 4 I3.
NOV. 21. 7 7SU II T M 6 70 4 401
Nov. 22. lit 9 IO 4 52
. 4 1
16 . 3
137 ID a
Missouri Pan, Hy.. 1
nuiun jitcino uy,. s
i.'. & N.-W.. enst
C. & N.-W-, west,. 6
C, Rt. 1'., M. ft Q,, ..
C 11, ft Q., oast,,., 1
C, H. ft g., west... 11
C H. I. & V oast I
Illinois Central lty. ..
C. a. W. Hy
Total receipts...., 24
Cattle Hogs. Hlioep.
Morris it Co 81 1.UI7 ...
Bwlft ft Co 150 2,712 OKI
Ctidahy Packing Co.... 317 ,m 310
Armour & Co l 4J3S 720
Bchwartt & Co ,., ... 118 ,.,
W. 11. Vansant Co..,.-. 15
Hill A Hon I)
V. 11, 1.0WIB W
J, . Root ft Co 32
J. II. Uulla 24
Westholtner Si Dcgish.. S
Ilothschlhl ft Krabs,.,. 20
Mo. & ICsn.-CaJt Co,,. 20 ,
CII110 & Chrlstlt) 7
Other buyers tH ... 1.044
Totals 007 13.602 3,01!)
CATTLlfi Cattlo tscolbts wero vttrl'
llirlit this tnornliiB. only COO being ta-
ported, making the lotat for tho week
siigutiy over ra.wu neau, xnis is inu
Inrirest run of any week slnco threo weeks
ugu und larger than yetr hbo by 0,000 (
Thoro wero only a few scattorlna
bunches of beef steers In sight this morn
ing and thoy commanded about steady
prices. Vor tho wuuk good runco beoi
stetrs nave reiiutinou aooui sieauy, m
though on some day tho feeling was a
Utile weak. Cornfed 'steels, on thn other
liulid) lire WU2&0 lower man lasi wuuu,
tho decline, us u matter of. course, being
htavlest on t to suorior rctt kimow.
Thnrn Wvrn n. few Fcatterltlg loaUB Of
cows und heifers in sight tilts titorulng
and thoy sold In about yostorday
nniplma Cnmilnu. caws and strictly good
cornfed oows and heifers have not shown
Very much changfl this week, but thu
medium and In-between kinds are arotlnd
16t20a lower. , . ,
Feeding cattle havn been In tiulto llb
tal supply all the neek and there, hits.
been n tunaency towara Bpmiuu
tho yards. As a rcsuir prices havo eated
off a little and are nrotlnd lMt25u lower
than last week, although strictly good
kinds are possibly s. very llltla lower. '1 ha
heaviest decllno has been on tho medium
grades of light stockers. Htock calves
havu alsu nroKn suarpiy, ueiuu 'iv""
In many cases 2630o lower than u weak
Quotations on ,'u. ,
cliolc beof stuors, t.2aU.74; (air to good
best steers, 7.gMjB,iai common i h i
beef steers, t6.004f7.2i; good, to oholco lielf
ers, t9.16W.O0l good to chfclce cows. tt.CO
0.ro; fair to good grades, tl.Cftifu.W: com
mon to fair grades, ood to
cholca stockers and feeder. tt26ft7.60,
fair to good stockers and fsexlers. H.lt1t
t.t6 common to fair stockers and feed
ers, to.00W6.75; stock cows and hitlfeis.
tttba.00; veil eaWcs, t6.WO.t bulls,
stags, etc.. tl.00Hfl.O0. , ,
Quotations on Hanga Cottlo-Qooa to
choice Teef steers, M.7ttJ8.U fair to good
beef stesrs. .ttato; common vu fair
beuf stesrs, t5.60a.2:.
HOOS-It has been a year or more since
hog salesmen, have faced such difficult
and unsatlstactory conditions us otm
fronted them yesterdoy. In the morning
nvi,rvlti nir HFtrmi'U 10 iuvui u fiiauvi
market and speculators started out buy t
thl'lr hogs stronger, inui in ui i.iuM.n,,
largely at t7.W. Hollers lot go such hogs
us speculators would tako at thoso prlcos,
but after thoy had taken on about fifty
cars they stopptd buying stiU tho morn
Ing murkot wi at an end. Ho far tho
It ads wls highly stttlslactory to the sell
Ing Intorests. but It loft sc lors with
ninety to loo cars still tut hnd that
kpeculators would not take.
PackerB aside from buying u fw call
of low priced light hogs and pigs won d
not even rnuku u bid until vety lute In
tho forenoon and then they gaVo It out
straight that they would buy their hogs
at t.w7.uo or leave tneni and tney Stood
by their word. Hellers were just ns rtu
termlned and tho deadlock continued until
near the close, when few strings sold
around t7.iaW7.0S. In other words, tha
SE& .iiKrkct WtffiSPg GS
speauiators' market t7;Jof7.ra for the
sitmu kind ot hogtf. Vory few of th
lnte sales were made In tune to tio in
cluded omong the sales reported In, W'
tirduy's paper. When tho market ulowd
K uwa still about twenty-eight cars
ot nogs uitHoid in Hie hands at comints
Ion men and about thirty-tlve tarsi in
.peculators' nanus, vr u ww
slxty-threu cars that had to bo curried
over for today's market.
This morning about lit) fresh cars were
reported In. which, taken In connection
with the holdovers, made u, total of
about 14,000 head on sale. With suoh
large run 01 nog" uum "mm , v
orders and with Chlcugo reportltiff a
ot liogs wero at t7.MtH7.65 largely-at.
17.65 for the hotter weight hogs. A little
later on tho market firmed up until il
was about steady with yesterday' olosa,
that Is with the hogs sailing at .W.W,
wltli a top ftt 17.70. A little later It euseu
off again, becoming very dull and weak.
It finely closed up In fair shapo,
though possibly not quite so good as tlw
cxtremo high point. KV'rytl.ri.g In first
hands Was d spotted of by 11. 0.
Today's market might bo summed up
as steady to 60 lower than yesterduy's
late markst and about 20c lower than
yesterday's early market.
' unwu r''rt, iiauiil KrldayW run ot
shoi and lambs arrived at taa yards this
morning, tho receipts being slightly lar
ger than u week ago, two weeks ago and
a year ago. 'ine suppty w mi -?
largo enough to afford a good test of
values and In consequence prices muy bo
tegarded as undergoing no material
chungo from yesterday, Tho little stuff
In sight was picked up fairly early In the
forenoon. Among thn ssles wero two or
three loads of common to fair range
lambs thut went to the puckers at t7,o0
and u small bunch of fed western year
ling wethers was picked up as feeders at
,4.W. These yeurllngs wero th tallends
ot a shipment which brought M.00 on
It will bo noted from the tablo of re
ceipts that tho supply of sheep and lambs
during thn current week shows a 6llght
decrease. In comparison with tho same
time last yWdek and two weeks ago. but
are In excess of the eorrespomllng t'm'J
last year. The general quality of botrt
fat and feeder offnrlnas was a Utile be
low tlig standard of recent weeks whle't
Is qultn uutural Ip expect near the tloni
of the range season. Anything prima oil
tnc Killing order was very scarce an
week and prlcts as a rule have shown t
gradual Improvement, the bulk of thtt
lmhn at the close of tho week selllnsj
fully MMWe higher thsn a week ago.
Wiat was trim of lambs was th nam
with fnt ewes, wethers and yearlings,
everything in thn kilting lino showinrt
about the same advances in prices, A
reasonable, active trado was done, on
Tho supply pf feeders msde up a llb
ers.1 protuirtlon of the receipts and whlln
only a few loads uf both good feeding
Ihinbs and sheep wero offered the general
quality was only fairly good common
Prions on feeder lambs sre now possibly
IOWI60 higher than thosa prevailing at
tho end of last week. I'eeilhig yearlings,
wrthcrB and ewes are selling In about
the same nntrhes ns a week ago though
feodsr yearlings In some Instances may
Quotation on sheep and lambs Lambs,
good to choice, $7.10ff7,36: lambs, fair to
good. H7037.I0. lambs, feeders, MttfO.oO,
yearlings, light. t5!SS.78; yearlings,
heay, I4.7,"i,utr.2;ii yeurllnKs. feeders. 14,60
TTS IO; wethers, good tn choice. t4.0O5i"4 S3;
wethers, fair to good, .1.MKM,0flt wethers,
feeders, tt.37tM.10; ewes, good to chole.
UtHkftt.dO; ewes, fair tu good, MJuttJOo.
awes, froders, Jl.Wfln.Wij ewes, yearling
bieeilers. J l.tAJJCMX!' cull sheep and bucks,
t'MICAtltl I.IVIS STOCK MAHKEJT
Demnnil for CntUe MenUy- llonai
Wenk Sheep ftlni,
CII1CA170, Nov. !2.-CATTLH-Recelpls,
2,600 head. Market steady; broves, I5.M
W10.66, Toxos steers, tl.30tf8.fl0; westcnt
steers. tVJiVtiH.OO. stoukers and feeders.
JI.2Wi.t0i im)ws and holfets. t3.75a7.0;
,.li..d kit "A.i f
lllt , fU.dVJ U,W.
UOUrt-ttucelpts, 2.1,000 head. Market
weak, largely 8c off; light. t:.3S5J7.0,
mixed. t7.4OU7.S0; henv'y, t7.MfT.i rough,
17.SJlt7.56, plgf, tot7.50i bulk of sales.
rjlllOHP ANb UMUS-Rocclpts. 10.000
head. Market slow, mostly I0o loweri na
tive, t3.60tft.40; western. t7rH.tor year
llngx, Jt.S01.f5.f-l. lambs, native, ti.Wrr.-.
Kansas CHr 1,1 va- Htock Market.
ICANHAS CITY. Nov, 22.-CATTLIC -t
Receipts, 2.100 head. Including 400 south
erns. Market steady; dressed beet ami
e.xKrt steers, ts.ii'tMo.tR: fair t" good,
to.riOQ-8.OU; western steers. ti.Wi W, stook
ets und feeders, I4.76h7.60: southern stents.
J4.2Aj7.Uit southern cows. tS.T&Otl.OO; na
lv cows. 13,5007.00: native heifers, t3.W
JJJ.Mi bulls, t.Otki4.O0, calves, U.WtiO.M).
HOaS-Itcoelpts, 7,000 head. Market log
lower, bulk of sales, t7-60&7.T6 Ikavj.
17.70V.60, packors .and butchsrs, ti.65
7,n0; light. lT.vrj.7. Pigs. to-SOU-T.O.
H1UCEP AND LAMHBRccclpts, 7,W
head. Market 10a tt) 16c higher, lamus,
K.K&",tO', yearlings, t4.6OQtf.00 wethers,
I4.00tr4.00i ewes. t3.80tfl.4S; stockers uni
Ml. I.ouls Live Ntonk Mnrket.
NT. 1)UIS, Nov. 2i.-CATTLB-Rs-eelpts,
ll.ooi head, Including 1.700 Ttrxans.
Market steady; nattvo shipping and ax
put ting nUcrs. jii.MUH.CO; dressed beef uml
butehnr steers, tS.S6irj8.75; stockers and,
foodcrs, t3.Tti(t7.00; uows and heifers. tl.OO
40.10; oannors, t2,6itri00; bulls, tl.00;t8.&0;
calves, t'.004Jll.OO; Texas and Indian
stonrs, tl.607.40; cows und heifers, J3.25
UOOA-Hecelpts, 10.000 head. Market Co
to lUe Iqwqi'j pigs nnd llght.A W.7S;.S0;
mixed and litltchels. t7.65y7.H6, good
BHKlsr AND LAMDS-Rccclpts. 1,000
head. Market steady t muttons. M,O0fl4.3K.
lambs, tl.ii.W. eulln and bucks, JtCOin
j!.25; MocUers, J2.T6iU3.W.
Nt. .losviih Live BtiHtk Matrket,
BT. JOSEPH. Nov. 22. GATTLK Re
ceipts, too hnati; market steady; steori,
Kt.26Jl0.2i; cows and heifers, ts.66ys.60;
IIOORKatoelpts, S.000 head; market
lowor; top, t7.M; bulk of rales, t7.667.76.
BH151SP AND LAMBS-llecclpts, S,
headj market steady; lambs. ti.25iU7.-.
Utoek In Sluht.
Receipts uf live, stuck at the five prin
cipal western tnurkots yesterday i
Cattle. Hogs. Rhcep.
South Omaha M0 M 2,300
Ht. Joseph 600 6.Q0O 2.300
Kansas City 2.100 7,0iW 7,000
Ht. 1-otiln 11.4X0 10,000 1,900
Chicago 2,600 OS.W) 10,000
..,.M,tt 66.900 23.400
NEW YORK, Nov. 22.-MKTALH-Cop-per:
Firm; standard, spot nnd November,
917.16 bid; December. W.UV17.4S. January,
117.10rfIT.45; electrolytic nnd lake, tl7.C2Hte
17.S7M; castings, tn.26t7.37V4. Tin: Quiet,
spot to Jnnuury, t43.60W40.S0. Lead. Quiet
at t4.46M.6.. Hpclter: Steady at t7.40ff
7,. Antimony: Quiet! Cookson's, 110.00.
front Quiet and unchanged. Copper Ar
rivals 15 tons. Exports , this month,
10.703 tons, London copper, quiet Spot,
77 13c, Cl; Futures. 78 6s td. London
tin. firm; Spot. 220 15s; Futures 2S7
Ixjudott load. fin. Iondon spelter, &it
10s. Iron. Clovetand warrants, 67s 7Vill
T, LOUIB, Nov, 2J.-MBTAL8-Leiul:
lower. 94.35. Bpeltec: Firm, I7.3S.
NKV YORK Nov. B.-COKFJSB-FU-turcs
market dptucil easy on the near
months but firm on lao positions with
first prices six points lower to one point
higher. Tho close was barely steady net
five points lower iq iwo poinu man!.
Hales, H,iW nags, iMovnnumr um
cember. 13.4o; Jnnuury and February,
13.51c; Maroli. 13.76c: April. Ia'
13,00n; Juno, la.vsc; Juiy, w.atci Ausuai
tin! Kmitemtmr and October. H.C3o Bpot
market, steady! Rio 7s, 14V4c; Santos 49,
Hitto; mild, quiet; Cordova. HVitU&c
Sllniienttnlls tlratn Mnrket.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 22.-W1IBAT-PO-cember.
80Hc; May. (Wcj cash, No. 1 hard.
Si',c; No. 1 northern, 8lHJ2o: No. 3
northern, 73l7SOc: No. 3 wheat, 7778c.
CORN Nn. 2 yellow. 434M6c,
OATS-No, 3 white. &tHc,
ItYB-No. 2, 64fl66c.
FIXJl'R-Flrst patents. tll54.4S sec
ond patenlr, t4,0W4.ia; first clears, tXWW
3.30; seconil clears, t2.208'2.60.
BA RLKY 4OflC0c.
Tnrponlliln ""'l Roslit,
SAVANNAH. Oa.. N.. 22,-TnilPKN-TINB-Flrm,85VMl5c:
roles, 726 hbs.,
receipts, C27 bbl.; shipments, 465 bbls..
stocks. 31.C95 bbls.
ROHIN Firm; solus, 2.C03 bbls.; re
ceipts, 2,913; shipments. 6M bbls.; stock,
136.SS0 bbls; truote. A. B. C and D.JS.80;
K. tr.i3; Ffl. tlM', HI, 16.00; K, 16.65, M,
t7.00; N. tT.CO.:, WO, 17.70; WW. t7.90.
Liverpool (Irnln Mnrket.
LIVKRPOOIi. Nov, 22.-WIIBAT-8pot
easy; No. 1 Manitoba, new, 7s 7Hd; No. 3
Manitoba, new, 7s 4Hd; No. 3 Manitoba,
new. 7s 3d. Futures easy; Pecembcr.
7s SVirt: March, 7s 3Hd; AJay. 7s ITid.
CORN-Spot easy; new American, kiln
dried. 6s 6fl! futures easy; December,
ts Sr'rtd; January, 4s lCUd.
Dry Guilds Market.
NKW YORK, Nov. 22.-DRY OOODB
The cotton goods and rtittop yarn mar.
kots were vety strong with a rising ten
dency. Wool markets wer firm apil
China wools havo reached record prices.
Silk markets were steady,
Import nt New York.
NEW YORK, No. Ji-Imnorta of msr
cltandlso and dry goods at the port of
New York for the week ending November
16. wero valued at t30,7J.9S. Imports of
specie nt this pqrt for the week endlnu
today wero tm.9o7 sliver, and 181.494.
gold; export" 1079.043 silver, and 123,470
Ilvaporntvil AlIle. nnil Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. EVAPORATED
APPLKS-Qulet. Prupes. firm; Oregons.
6Hbc. AprlCQts, firm. Peaches, steady
choice, CHCO'ic: ettra choice, 6Adi7c
fancy, 7H'iJSc. Raisins, firm.
NEW YORK. Nov, 22.-SFOAR-Raw,
steady; muscovado, S9 test, 8.65c; centrlfu
gal. W test. 4.03c, molasses, 69 test. 3.30a
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