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10 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , OCTO1VEB 15 , 1898.
COMMERCIAL ASD FINANCIAL
Weak Gables and Enormous Eiporti
Contending Factors in Market.
RECOVERY IN WHEAT LATE IN THE DAV
porn Follotrd Wheat , CloNlnK I'ourtl
of a Out IIlKhcr
AVeiiU , hut Clone 7 J-- to
] U 1-U Ci-ntH llcttrr.
CHICAGO , Oct. 14. Weak cables am
enormous export Bales were the contendlm
factors In wheat today. An unexpected de
cllno at Liverpool caused a weak and lowei
market hero during the morning , but sea' '
liourd reports showing record-breaking en
cageinents for export resulted In a recovers
of the early dccllno nnd about tte besides
Corn followed wheat and closed 'i'l/S-Si
higher. Oats clo d unchanged. Provision ;
were weak early , but recovered and closci
Much to the surprise of ti largo portlot
of the grain trade , the Liverpool markei
opened at a decline over night ot % tl nni
closed at a loss of 1 n-S1JHd from yesterday'i
Jlnal figures. The result was a decldedlj
ivcak opening here. December starlcd will
jilenty of sellers nt 6IUQ6I3-SC , comparet
with yesterday's closing prlco of Cl 7-8c
This was practically at the "put" price , nni
i good deal of buying was done by holder :
of those privileges. Outside of the demaiu
fioin this source , however , there was little
nupport given the market , and a still fur
thcr decllno occurred. December dually get ,
ting down to Glo. After thu llrst few mln
wti-81 actlvlly there was a long period ol
The recent decision ot the Treasury de
partment In regard to the tux on Hoard ol
Trade iranfncllons kept scalpers out of UK
market almost altogether and not until neai
Jioon did trade broaden out.
Northwest advices were bearish. Minne
apolis and Duluth recclpls were 1,214 cars
compared with 1,072 a year ago. Cash whom
in the northwest was lo lower. Tin
weather was reported favorable for tin
movement of wheat to market. Prlmarj
receipts were heavy , 150,000 bu. , agalnw
349,000 bu. last year , An Increase In the vis.
Jblo of about 2,000.000 bu. was indicated
After noon the market became quite actlv <
and Htrong. Reports from the seaboan
iihowcd very heavy export engagements , tin
llgures ranging all thu way from seventy U
J50 boatloads. This Indication that foreign'
ITS were taking advantage ot the decline t <
mitlsfy their wants started shorts on tin
run. The prlco got up to 61 5-SftCic verj
pjlckly , and though at this llgure offering !
vcre very free , the prlco continued to ad ,
vance until near the close , all classes 01
buyers coming Into the market. A tun
came after the December prlco had beei
boosted to flSViffCuS-Sc , realizing sales send
Jng the price back to CSftCSl-Sc just befon
Iho close. This was the prlco bid as the
closing bell rang.
There was a fairly active trade In corn
The market early was weak , sympatblzlnf
with the decllno In wheat to some cxten
nnd being inllucnccd by a decline In cables
The break developed u splendid local casl
demand and export clearings ran up tt
771,000 bu. When wheat turned strong con
responded very quickly. The strength was
augmented by continued country reports o
damage by recent rains. Receipts were 71
cars. December ranged from SOVltjIIl l-b <
tint ! closed U < ff3-Sc higher at 31c.
Oats were quiet nil day. The opening wai
weak In common with other grain market !
ruled lower until late In the day , when tin
market followed the upturn In wheat am
corn. There was a good cash demand. /
Teaturo wag the continued narrowing up o
December , only i 7-Sc under May nt times
llpcelntii were 331 cars. May ranged fron
S3&231-Sc to 23 3-8fl23'/ic and closed un
changed tit 233-Sc.
A good business was done In provisions
The market started easy with grain. Then
during the ear j
was a little too fruo selling
wesslon pnd when the recovery In grail
came the demand from shorts ) was so heavj
that prices advanced very rapidly. Locn
jirofcsslonnlH were largo buyer * ; . There wai
a big cash business. At the close .Tanuar :
jiork was 12HO higher at $9.22' ! . . Janunr :
iard lOc higher nt $5.02'i and January rib
DC higher at $4,771 , .
Estimated receipts tomorrow : Wheat , 25
cars ; corn , CIS cars ; oats , 335 curs ; hogs
5S.OOO head. _ .
The leading futures ranged as follows ;
llUh. Low. Ole e. Yesfy
30 < i
U22 * U 10
r. no B.12V
477H 4 7i ! > i
rash nuotatlons were ns follows :
' mlllprs asking
l-'LOUH Stronn :
advance ; Jllnnesota hard patents , W.40-J
.CO ; soft patents , * : l.3Xi)3.40 ( ) ; stralgbts , * 3.Ji (
(53.15 ( ; bakers. $2.5 i2.-10.
WHEAT No. 3 sprlns , C3i04',4c ; No. I
CORN No. 2. 30 G-SJfSO 7-Sc.
OATS No. 2. ifi''Hlc ; No. 2 white , 2o > ic
No. 3 white. 2l',4Si23HiC.
HYK No. ' - ' . 49V4c.
UAUIjUY No. 3. SlJTlSc , f. O. b.
KI.AXSEED No. 1. OOV4C.
TIMOTHY SEED-Prlme. J Crg2.25.
1'HOVIBIONS Mess pork , per bbl. , J7.9
O7.93 ; lurd , per 100 Ibs. , $4.M'2l.071i ; Blior
ribs , sldss ( loose ) , n.lDfiS.-IO ; dry saltcc
Hhotilders ( boxed ) , i .jOtil.G2H : sbort deal
sides ( boxed ) . $5.3W | 5. 10.
WHISKY Distillers' llnlshcd Roods , pci
silGAKS Cut lour , $3.77 ; granulated , $3.14
The following are the receipts and ship
nicnts for toaay :
tcr market was firm ; creameries , 13jT20c
dairies , 12fl7e , Cheese , steady at SfiOVic
Ksgs , 14Hc. Live poultry , dull ; turkeys
Vu9e ; chickens , 7fl8c ; ducks , 7ff8c. (
M\V YUIIIC ( inNKUAIi MAHICUT
Quotation * for ( lie liny nil tienrrn
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. FLOUR Receipts
23.711 bbls. ; exports , 17,052 bbls. ; more ac
live nnd firmer ; spring patents , $3.00ft.50
winter straights , $3.4Wf3.60 ; winter patents
$3.75If3.S3 ; spring clears , $3.15y3.40 ; extra No
1 winter , $2.SO < tJ3.00 ; extra No. 2 winter , $2.6
( ' (2.75 ; no grade , $1.72K. , to arrive. Buck
wheat Hour , dull nnd easy.
WHEAT Receipts , 296,000 bu. ; exports
113,810 bu. ; spot easy ; No. 2 red , 74 5-Sc , t
o. p. , nlloat. Options were w5ak and lowe
early under disappointing cables nnd shor
Helling ; with a later development of heav
xport business , however , shorts stampedci
and a violent recovery took place , leavlni
Jlnal prices Wi"-Sc net higher ; No. 2 red
M.iy. CO 13-161i70 7-Sc. closed nt 7l)34c. )
C'ORNMEAl * Firm : yellow western , 72c
RYE Steady ; No. 2 western , &Hc. c. 1. f.
Iluffnlo ; 55c , f. o , b. . ulloat , to arrive.
CORN Receipts , 226,775 bu. : exports. 9S ,
711 bu , ; spot llrm ; No. 2. 3Sc , f. o. b. , ailoal
Options opened easy with wheat , but late
responded to an nctlvn demand from short
nnd closed strong at 3-Mihu net advance
May. Ss3SC-Sc. | closed nt 3s 5-tc ,
OATS Receipts. SS.SOO bu. ; exports , 1.2C
uu. ; spot strong ; No , 2 , 27c. Options dul
CHEESE-Rccelpts , 3,16 $ pkgs. ; iiinrlm
KfMdy : large , white. SHc : small , white , 9c
largu colored , fcie ; small colored , lie.
EGOS Receipts , 3,9,15 pkgs. ; market llrm
WOOL Dull : fleece , 17i23c ; Texas , 13JflS <
POULTRY-Chlekens , So per lb. ; duck. .
p ; cr pair , 4WI60c ; turkey ? , spring , dry picket
l arge. l.lftHo per lb.
HOTTER Firm ; western creamery. 15 !
f22c ; western factory , imftUV&e ; Elgin :
2c : Imitation creamery , 13Q17c ; state dalrj
METALS Pig Iron , steady ; southern , $9 , "
011.00 ; northern , $11.00 11.50. Copper , Urn-
brokers , $12.00 : exchange. $ l2.37Htt2. ! &
Leml , quiet ; brokers' price , $3.73 ; exchaiiK <
J3.S7'iii3.M. Tin. tlrmer : straits , J17.U.K
17.10. Plates , steady. Spelter , firm ; dome :
tie. $4.90ij5.00. There was Romethlng of
bull movement In the metal market todio
all thu demands exhibiting a mark d chanB
for the better In general temper , wit
prices In some Instances a xhado hlghei
The chief feature was an advance In th
price of lake copper , which for weeks ha
been Inactive and nominally unclmngcv
'JL'h llrm naming the stttllng prlco for lead
Ing western miners and smelters quotct
load nt $3.73.
OMAHA < ltt\UUAI < MAIIKKT.
Con ill I to 11 nf Trnilr unit Quotation * >
Staple unit Knnry I'roiliicc.
ECJOS-aood stock , ICc.
liUTTER-Common to fair , lO lZc : eep.
nrntor. 21c ; gathered creamery , 19f(293. (
MVE POULTRY Hens. t'.4t6c ' ; old roe
tci < , 4e ; pprlng chickens , W3 c ; ducks , 6't
Cc. Kfcre not \\nnted.
GAME Teal , blue wing. $1.75 ; grcenwlng ,
11.30 ; mixed , Jl.731/2.23 / ; prairie chickens
young. J3.CO ; old , $2.50.
PIGEONS Live , per doz. , T3c.
VEAL Choice , 9c.
CELERY-Por bunch. 30035C.
ONION'S Now , l > er bu. , 23140c.
REANS Hand-picked navy , per bu. , $1.3
POTATOES-Per bu. , SOT ) lOc.
CAHHAaEH-Per lb. , crated , Ic.
OP.ANGES-Secdllng < ) , $2.75 ; Mcdltcrra
ncan Hwc.-et , $3.00.
LEMONH-C'anfornla. $0.00 ; fancy Mes
Hlnn , $6.60'a7.00.
HANANAS Choice , large Block , pci
bunch , $2.00fe2.23 ; medium sized bunches
APPLES-Pcr lib ! . , Jonathans , $3.30
choice shipping stock , KIM : otner stoclt
$2.60 ; Michigan apples. $3.25fi3.50.
PEAC'HES-Callfornln , 20-lb. case , $1.10.
PLUMS Oregon. $1.00 1.23 ,
PEARS-Uarllott , California , out of tin
market ; other varieties , $2.00'f(2.25. (
GRAPES-Oalliortila ToKuyn , $1.5031.65
New York grapes. 15c.
CRANRERRlEH-WlsconsIn , per box
$1.23 ; Cape Cods , per bbl. , $0.2000.50.
NUTS Almonds , per lb. . large size , 12 } ;
13e ; small , lie ; Brazils , per lb. , Q10c ; En'
gllsh walnutH. per lb. , fancy soft shell , 11J
12o ; Htundards , SfI9c ; Illberts , per lb. , lOc
pecans , polished , medium , 6ft7c ; extrt
large , Sfi'Jc ; largo hickory nuts , $1.00l.li
per bu. ; small. Jl.15iyi.23 per bu. ; cocoanuts
per 100 , $4.50 5.00 ; peanuts , raw , 6'ic
roasted , 7'ic.
MAPLE SVHUP-Flve-Bal. can , each
J2.J5 ; Kill , cans , pure , per doz. . $12 ; half
eul. cans , $6.25 ; cimrt | cans , $3.50.
IlONEY-Choleo white. 12'4c.
DATES-Hallowce , CO to 70-lb. boxes , 6 > ,4c
SailBe ; Kuril , 9-lb. boxes , Uc.
FIGS Imported , fancy , 3-crown , 14-lb
boxes , lOc ; 5-crown , 44-lb. boxes , 13c ; 3-lb
boxes , 22ft23c per box ; California , 10-lb
boxes , $1.
C1DEH Per half bbl. , $3.2533.50.
HIDES , TALLOW , ETC.
1. 3e ; tallow , No. 2 , 2'ic ; rough tnllow. l'.c
white . . . , 2Kr and browi
.fcv * grease " 7Sy ( tc ; yellow UIIU LIIUWI
grease , l'M/2'ic. '
SHEEP PELTS-Green Halted , each , 151
i5c ; green salted shearings ( short woolet
early skins ) , each , 15c ; dry shearings ( shor
woolcd early skins ) , No. 1 , each , 60 ; dr ;
Mint , Kansas and Nebraska butcher woo
pelts , per lb. , actual weight , 4'g5c ; dry lllnl
Kansas and Nebraska murrain wool pelts
per lb. , actual weight , 3Slc ; dry Hint , Colorado
rado butcher wool pulls , per lb. , actua
weight , lijoc ; dry flint , Colorado tnurrali
wool pelts , per lb. , actual weight , 3'tMc.
St. IMil * Mfirket.
ST. LOUIS , Oct. 14. FLOUR Firm am
unchanged ; patents , $3.433.60 ; straights
$3.15173.25 ; cltar , $2.76 > g3.00 ; low to decldei
medium , $2.55.
WHEAT Futures steady to a fractloi
lower ; spot Heady ; No. 2 red , cash , ele
vat or. 72c ; December. 6S'ic ; May , 6S'i
asked ; No. 2 hard , 71fi72c.
RYE Firmer at 47 i MSc.
CORNM EAL-$1.50f ( 1.53.
HRAN Higher ; sacked , east track , 525
HAY-IIImothy , steady at ; ( ! .50fiS.50 ; pral
rlt > . llrm at $6.23.
WHISKY-Strady at $1.25.
CORN Futures , Irregular , with fraction.- !
changes from yesterday ; spot higher ; Nt
2 , cash , SO' c bid ; October , 30Uc asked ; DC
comber. 297-Sir.Oc ! asked ; May , 31Uc askec
OATS Futures fractionally higher ; spo
easy ; No. 2 , cash , 23c bid ; track , 23U23V.C
December. 23H-fi23 5-Sc bid ; May , 21 5-Sc bid
No. 2 white , 25VS026c.
SEEDS-Flaxseed. steady to nrm at 87' *
bid. Prime timothy , nominal at $2.30.
EGGS-FIrm at 13c.
POULTRY-Mnrket dull : chickens , spring
| 7ifi7He ; old , 6 < c ; ducks , C'.iQCo ; geese , 6c
turkeys. 7H < iiS'A- .
PROVISIONS-Pork , higher ; standar
mess , Jobbing , $ S. Lard , slcady ; prim
steam , $1.70 ; choice , $4.75. Bacon ( boxed
shoulders ? , $4.87H ; extra abort clear , $3.S7M
rlba. $ ii ; short * , $6.12 % . Dry salt meat
( boxed ) , shoulders , $ l.37'extra ; short cleai
y > .SiV > ; ribs , $3.50 ; shorts , $5.C2 < - .
RECEIPTS Flour. 4,000 bbls. : wheat , 137 ,
000 bu. : corn. fil.OOO bu. ; oats , 3S.OOO bu.
SHIPMENTS-Flour , 7.000 bbls. : whcal
101,000 bu. ; corn , 21.000 Int. ; oats , 12,000 bu.
Unit I more MnrUot.
BALTIMORE , Oct. II. FLOUR-Dull an
unchanged ; rect.lpts , 16,307 bblK. ; exports
26,163 bbls. ; western extra , $2.5002.SO ; west
ern family. $3.25'n3.CO ; winter patent , $3.63' !
3.S5 ; spring patent , $4.25 < f4.40 ; Rio extrn
$3.75 4.00 ; rye Hour , medium lo choice , $2.7
WHEAT Slrong ; spot. 72Q72Uc ; receipts
4S.943 bu. ; exports. 121,000 bu , ; soulher
wheat , by sample , 60I"3c ; southern wheal
on grade , C7l,4j72'/ .
CORN-Strong ; spot , $2.33UQ2.S3'
steamer mixed , 23'/ifl23Hc ' ( ; receipts , 99.31
bu. ; exports , 413.732 bu. ; southern whit
corn , 35fj3fie ; southern yellow , SCfiW/ .
OATS Firm ; No. 2 white , western , 2S < i
2Wc ; receipts , 12,615 bit. .
RYE Easier ; No. 2 western , 53Uc ; re
celpts. 10.614 bu. ; exports , 68,571 bu.
RUTTER Market steady ; creamery , 1
fllS c ; Iowa northwestern ladle , 15c ; west
ern store packed , 12jil3c ; Elgin , 22c.
EGOS Firm and unchanged ; fresh , 15'
< fil6o : western , 15 < ifl5',4c.
CHEESE Steady ; new cheese , full crean
New York , 9'i ' ! 93'iC per pound.
IviiiiniiN City liriiln mill I'rorlMloiin.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 14. WHEAT-Markc
steady and t-low ; No. 1 hard , G3WC4c ; No. ' .
filifG4 ( if : No. 3. 67fi 2'/4c ; No. 2 red. GoflGGc
No. 3 , GlC3c ; No. 2 spring , 66fi66J4c ; No. :
CORN Market about cteady , slow ; Nc
2 mixed , 2Sc ; No. 2 white. 2Sc : No. 3. 27c.
OATS-Market llrm ; No. 2 white , 21c.
RYE Market llrm ; No. 2. 49c.
HAY Market generally llrm ; choice tlm
othy. $ rt.7317.K ( ) ; cholco prairie , $7.007.50.
llUTTER-Creamery higher at 19i21c |
] . : r(5RMnrkct ( tlrin ; fresh. 13Hc.
RECEIPTS Wheat , 14S.400 bu. ; corn , 7,8C
bu. : oats. 14.CHW bu.
SHIPMENTS Wheat. 136,203 bu. ; corr
3,100 bn. ; oats , 4,000 bu.
CINCINNATI. Oct. ll.-FLOUR-Stcady
fiou-y , J2.SOT/3.20 ; family. $2.2&S2.GO.
WI1 RAT Firm : No. 2 red , G7c.
CORN Quiet ; No. 2 mixed , Sic.
OATS-FIrm ; No. 2 mixed , 21Q2J&C.
RYE Steady : No. 2 , 51c.
PROVISIONS-Lard. higher at $4.7755
Rulk meats , firm at $3.57'i. Bacon , llrm a
WHISKY Firm nt $1.23 ,
BUTTER Steady : fancy Elgin creamery
22e : Ohio , l ilSc ; dairy. 12c.
EOOH Steady ; 13c.
CHEESE Firm ; good to prime OhU
Hat , Sliii9c.
TOLEDO. Oct. ll.-WHEAT-SIow am
firm : No. 2 cash and October , CSVfcc ; De
cember. 03 5-Se bid.
CORN Active and firm ; No. 2 mixed
31e.OATSDull but steady ; No. 2 mixed , 22H <
RYE-Dull but higher : No. 2 cash , 49c.
CLOVER REED Active and higher
prime cash. $ l.22' ,
OIL North Lima. 7Gc ; South Lima ani
Indiana , 71c.
IlniirunollH Wlit-iit Mnrl > t.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 14.-WHEAT-
Steady ; October , Glc ; December , G2 3-8 (
May. Clc : No. 1 hard , CTiSt. ; No. 1 northen
GWic ; No. 2 northern. G2c.
FLOl'R In good demand : first patent
$3.90fI4.00 ; second patents. $3.7083.80 ; llrs
clears. $2. 7002. Si ) .
BRAN In bulk. $ S.5CKfi9.00.
Illn-iiuUri * Griiln Murkrt.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 14.-WHEAT-
Stoadv ; No. 1 northern , 6fli4c ; No. 2 nortl
ern. . " .
RYE-Steady ; No. 1. 49c.
BARLEY-No. 2 , llrm at 4SHc ; No. 2 sarr
l.lvorpnnl Ciralu Market.
, LIVERPOOL. Oct. ll.-WHEAT-QuIei
l ftl'ld lower : October , nominal ; Decem
b r. r.s 9Hd ; March , Bs "Ud.
OORN-giilet ; \ ( & ' > ; d lower : October. J
j G'td ; November. 3d Gd ; December. Cs 3d.
I I'corluMurki't. .
. PEOUIA. Oct. 14.-CORN-Easler ; No. !
: : No2 wlllte' KOSlc.
WHISKY Flr n : $1.25.
( "nlUoritlu Drloil l > ultn.
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. CAL1FORNL
DRIED FKriTS-SUudy Uvaporated up
I pies , common , GtJSo ; wire tray , S'oS'.sfi
fancy , 9'ac. Prunes , 4tfS'jc , as to size and
quality. Apricots , Royal. llQl.lc ; Moo :
Park , KftlGo per pound. Peaches , unpeelcd ,
"O'Jc ; peeled , )2(71Sc. (
Now Orli-nim Mnrltct.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 14.-HOG PRODUCTS -
UCTS Quiet and steady.
COFFEE-Qulet ; Rio , ordinary to fair ,
RICE Firm ; ordinary to good , 4Ec. ?
Sun I'rnncNro Wbent
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. H.-WHHAT-
Stcatly : December. $1.Z3.
Duliith WhiMit MiirUct.
DULUTH. Oct. 14-WHEAT-No. 1 north.
trn , cash , fi06-Sc ; October , GSB-Sc ; Deccni'
bcr , G3c ; May , ( & \ke. \
OPKIIATIO * ! * IX .STOCKS AMI IIOXIJS ,
lrpri-m eil Coiulltloii of 1 'ore I urn Jlnr-
K'olH it Fnetor In tin * TrudtiiK.
NEW YORK , Oct. 14. The local stocli
market overcame successively the opening
depression rellected from the earlier trans
actions on foreign exchanges ami the un
settling effect of early weakness In fomo ol
the Industrials. A relapse later In tlm Ua >
In u rather extended list of specialties pul
a si3i to the upward movement uf tin
market and brought trading In the genera !
list almost to a standstill. The. list , ol
storks traded In was largely curtailed am
activity much diminished oven In the stock.
which lead the decline. The relapse car
ried prices for the most part a fraction below -
low last night's close. Sugar. Tobacco
Manhattan , Brooklyn Transit , Metropolltat
Street Railway and St. Paul , the latter tin
only active railway stock , were all center !
of weaknoss. Some southern and southwestern -
western railways were conspicuously llrm
the belated movement of cotton serving ti
Improvi ) their earnings.
None of the largo spceulatlvo Interest !
which tpok the lead In yesterday's mnrkcl
were at nil prominent today. There was r
disposition to take rather more account 01
the depressed condition of foreign marked
with the growth of a conviction that tlu
money situation In Berlin and the rcsultanl
effect on other financial centers Is more
responsible for the deprefslon than politi
cal questions. The problem of the Interna
tional exchanges seems to have resolved It
self Into u question of how to shift tin
pressure of credit balances In favor of th <
United States. Today's additional small en
gagement of gold for Import Is slgnltloant
In view of the high money rates pruvallliu
In Europe. It Is a fact that money Is
cheaper In Now York than In any othei
great llnanclu ! center excepting posslblj
Paris. Yet tin- heavy demand for export o !
our wheat and coarse grains continued to
day. Ocean freights are strong , not onlj
for present , but future shipment ; * , and then
are large offerings of exchange In the mar
ket for future delivery said to bo ngalnsi
grain engagements for November and De
cember and even Into January.
There Is no room for surprise In view 01
the preliminary statement of the forelgi
trade given out today at Washington showIng -
Ing an excess of merchandise exports ovei
Imports of over $42,000,000 over the action 01
the Bank of England in advancing the mln
Irmim discount rate to 4 per cent , and It
borrowing from the market in order ti
make that rate effective and In so doing ti
secure control of International exchange !
with a view of protecting specie reserve
It Is evident that the pressure of this conn
try's credit upon the old world's inane ]
markets Is destined to Increase In the neai
There were continued evidences of In
i vestment demand for high grade bonds ai
well ns stocks. Total sale ? , $2,2WOOa
United States old 4n. registered , the new 4
| and 5s w6ro 1-8 higher , and the old 4s
connon. Vi blchfr In tlm b'd nrlcp.
The Evening Post's London llnanclal ca
blegram says : The stock marksts hen
opened steady , but gave way later on tin
reported military conspiracy In France
rallied on reapsuring telegrams from Paris
but finally closed Hat on pessimistic tele
phon ? messages from the French capital
which were of a character to confirm tin
earlier reports. Americans shaped theli
own course consistently. They were gooc
nil day , although the support was almos
entirely from New York. Norfolk & Wsst
cm preferred was especially aood. Price ;
closed at about the best. Spanish 4s nn <
all the French specialties were Hat. Mine :
were weak on the Paris situation. A fea
turn today was the sharp drop In bar gel (
to 77s lOd. The buying for New York ha ;
ceased , but Berlin has commenced purchas
ing and the price closed at about 77s lO id
The London discount market Is still unset
tied , but with a llrm tendency , the Banl
of England making further efforts to con
trol the market by throwing off at 3',4 pe
cent. The Germans are liquidating Invest
ment stoc'-s and mines , but are retalnlnt
Americans fairly well.
Tn * followlne nre the closing quotation
of the leading stocks on the New Yorl
market today :
The total sales of stocks today were 291 ,
10ft fihares. Including : Atchlson preferrsd
4,932 ; Burlington , 6,171 ; Louisville & Nosh
vllle , 3,582 ; Manhattan. 9,590 ; Northern Pa.
clllc , 9.250 : SI. Paul , 12.771 ; Soulhern pre
ferred. 3,021 ; Union Pacific preferred. 1,483
Tobacco. 38,495 ; Sugar , 100,690 ; Chlcagc
Great Western , 5,353.
> MV York Moiier Mnrkt't.
NEW YORK. Oct. H. MONEY O >
ILL Nominally , 2z ! per cent.
PRIM 12 MERCANTILE PAPER-SUE
STERLING EXCHANGE-Heavy. will
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.81'i
4.84U for demand and $4.81 > 41N.Siy. ( for slxtj
days ; posted rates , $4,82'iW- ; commercla
SILVER CERTIFICATES-39 > 4G60'tc.
BAR SILVER COC.
MEXICAN DOLLARS I6ic.
GOVERNMENT BONDS-Strong : Si
103 % ; new 4s , reg. , 12714 ; coupon , 12I'i ; 4s
reg. , 110& : coupon , 112 ; 2s. S9 ; 6s. reg. nm
coupon , 112i ; Paclllc 6s of ' 99 , 102 % .
Closing quotation ! on bonds wera > foi
V. s. news * . .UIft * | N. J. C. At . . . . 11:11. :
U. S. new In. rtv . . ! N.O.BS l'J2
U. S do coup N. C. 4s 1114
M.S. JB , roe . . .Ill No. Paetdo 1 ! . . . . HCM
U. S. do coup. . . . . . .11-J , < No. 1'aclflc .1 *
U. 8.yd , rrt . . . . 911 No. I'nclne 4 *
U. 8. ! > > , rat . . . . . N.Y. C.OtSt. L. 4 *
U. H. fis.roiip . U''H N. A W.liH I a 3
Districti.OJs : . . . .117H N. W. ConsoU
All 10S N.W. Ib.
. 100 Orfi. N. lots
. .ins Oro. N. 4 *
Aln. . Curroncy. . . . . .1(1.1 ( O. S. I..6gt. r
AtclilHon 4 O. H. L , S t. r lOU't
AtclitHon : tdj , 4i . Paclrtc tlnofPS. . . .
Canada So. Ma. . , Keatlln.- .
Olil.Terms. . 4 . . . HUV , H. G. w. uta
O. AO.fi * . . . . . St. L. A I. M. coil SH 7
O. II. 4.1) . 4Us. . . . . .104Hst. ; I. . A 3 , F. Oen. I. 110
U.AK. G. IBIS. . . . . , lli'i'Hi. ' 1' . Consols
I ) , t. II. O. IB. . . . . . U7i , SI. 1' . C. A P. lnt . . lan
KuntTcnil. lHt . . . . .105M St. I1. C. & , ! > . SB. . . . . 117K
KrloGVn. 4B . . . 71 'o. I'.v.SB
V.V. . A 1 . lnt * . t. r. 74S's ' , H. AT.ris
Qen. Eleo , ! > * . .10 < | T nn. nw ct3 . . .
Q , H. AS. A. IH. . . . - T.I' . L. O. IH |
O. H. iS.A. M . . . 105 T. 1 . Kf. iM * '
H. AT. Cent. i. . . . .111 II. V. U. k ( t. lutH. . 77
H. A T. U. con , U * . . .lull Wall. 1M 3s ! < ! <
Iowa C. NIB . .105 \V b. vrts KK
La. J > w Con. 4 * . . W. Shorn 4 a
U&N , Unl , 4s. . . . Otlh Vn. Centuries 7SI ,
Missouri On . .too Va , auterred 7 !
U.K. AT.'d . . . . U'JVjhVlt. Out. UU Bin ,
M. K. .VT. 4n ! tM4tt U8l !
N. Y.C. UU : : , ;
OMAHA , October 14. Cleanmcev todaj
were $1B6 < ) ,912.69 ; balances , $173,4I .9'J. ' Clear
nnces lust year wera 51.021,302,40 ; hrilanee :
were $94,679.27. Increase In ck'.irlngs , $53t > ,
ST , LOUIS. Oct. 14. ClfJirlngs , $1,800,476
balances , 5103to * . Money , Ij7 per cent
New York exchange , C3c" discount hid , pat
N15\V YORK , Oct. H.ank clearings ,
$ l2H,627a"balance : ? , $ n.W3.23l.
I1OSTON , Oct. 14. liatik clearings , $12-
361,750 ; balances , $ I,1I2,12S.
CHICAGO , Oct. ll.-Clcarlngs. $17,461,230 !
balances , $1,620,015. Now York exchange ,
posted rnton. $4.s2'tri ( i.kSU. Btock.t active
nnd llrm ; lllaciilt Hhares good demand ,
South Hide 1. , 77 ; Hlaclllt , 323-S : lllscttll
preferred , SC',4 : Diamond Match , 133 : Iak
Street I , . 12Ji ; North Chicago. 216H ; Strawboard -
board , 32 : AVrst Chicago , 113(4 ( ; City Rail
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. H.-llank clear-
Ings. $11.5"\S24 : balances , $1,6S7U90.
HALTIMORE , Oct. II. IJank clearings
$3.JU,336 ! ; balances , $ W7,533.
NE\V YORK. Oct. 14. h. Krecren' bankIng -
Ing house announces that It will Import
$100,000 more cold.
CINClNNA'll , Oct. 14. Money , 2'.4 ' < ftf. pci
cent. New York exchange , par. Clearings ,
Ilnmtnii Slock Uuittntlnnn.
UOSTON , Oct. 14.-Cttll loans , ZQSVj pel
cent ; time loans , SiTI per cent. Closlnf
quotatlony on mot-ks , bonds and rmnlrie
Sun Krntirlnrn Mlnlnc Unotntlon * .
SAN FRANCISCO , Oct. II. The closhi !
quotallorts for mining slocks today were 0.1
Alia 4 Justice cr >
Alplm Con 1 " ntireky Con -
Andes S Moxlmn 13
HelcluM- 7 oplilr > !
Uest & Ilclcher . . . . 17 Overman 2
nitlllon 1 l--'OKl 12
cjullfiino Con 12 S lira Nevada 75
Choliur 10 I'nlon Con 1
frown I'olr.t 10 Utah Con [
tlould & Ciirrle . . . . ; : Yellow .la'-'Kct lu
Hale & Xorcross . . 93 StnnUard 170
Silver bars , 5 ! ) 3-Sc ; Mexican dollars. 47141 !
47ie. Drafts , sight , 17 ! c ; telegraph , 20c.
\ < MV York Mlultic < lnot tloim.
NEW YORK , Oct. II. The following an
the closing quotations on mining stocks :
Cliolor 8 Ontario 33)
Omwn Point 10 Oplilr 47
Con. Cal. & Va. . . . 70 Plvmouth 10
DcadwooJ M Quicksilver li"
< 5ould & Curry 1C , lo Dfd 350
Hale & Norcrosa. . . W tra Js"e\Tida 73
llomeftnko W3 Standard 3..n
Iron Silver C > 7 Un'on Cor. 18
Mtx'can lo Yollw Jncl ; t lu
London Stock < iimtn < lniin.
LONDON , Oct. 14. 4 p. m.-ClosIng :
Oonfol * . money..IDS 13-1C New York Contra.11 ) ! )
Coniolu , scot 103 r.-lti . Pennsylvania OMi
Cnnadlin I'.u'l.r . W n-'ndlnc STi
ICrlo 13 i Un'on I'ac. pfd' G71 , ;
Krle 1st pfd S5 Atchlran IS
Illinois Central HSU U & 'X Ml
Xorlhtrn Pne. pfd. . "SH Grand Trunk 7 > 1
St. 1'iiil common..Hl',4
BAR SILVER Steady at 27 11-1 Gd.
MONEY 2V4S3 4 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open mnrke
tor short bills , 35-SO3H per cent ; for thrci
months' bills , 35-SS3i per cent.
BERLIN , Oct. 11. Business In the boursi
today had an unsatisfactory tendency , ow
ing to the disquietude prevailing in Paris
Americans nnd Canadian Pacific securltle :
were well disposed of In response to tin
London market , but local securities wen
depressed In view of realizations. Thl :
was especially the case with Iron and coa
shares , which went down on account o :
apprehension of serious American competl
tlon. Exchange on London , 20 marks , 4 !
pfirs. for checks.
LONDON. Oct. 14. American aecurltlei
were. Inactive In demand today. Price ;
were higher on Now York buying and re
malned BO all day. closing llrm. Bar sllvei
closed firm nt 27Jd per ounce. Gold li
quoted at Buenos Ayrcs at 150.GO. Bn :
gold , flat at 77s lO ifl. Amerlcai
eagles , 77a GV d. The amount of bul
lion withdrawn from the. Bank of Eng
land on balance today , 110,000.
PARIS , Oct. 14. Three per cent rentes
lOlf 92Msc for the account. Exchange 01
London , 25f 31 > ,5c for checks.
Cot Ion MMi-kPt.
NEW YORK , Oct. II. COTTON-Openlnf
steady with prices unchanged to 1 poln' '
higher , ths cotton market ruled somewha' '
Irrfgular today with the general prices
higher. The gain nt the utmost was 4fl !
points. The Improvement was prtmarllj
duo to reports of light frosts in parts o
Mississippi. Alabama , Arkansas , Tennessei
and cvsii Texas last night. Traders wen
Inclined to bo cautious on account of con
tradlctory frost reports and reports regard
I Ine the fever situation In the Mlsslsslpp
valley. Middling , f > 3-Sc ; gross receipts , 5 ,
69.1 bales ; sales , 77 bales ; stock , 57,43) ) > bales
exports , coastwise , 31,181 bales. Total to
day : Net receipts. E9.691 bales ; exports t <
' Great Britain , 32,330 bales ; to France , 11 ,
033 bales ; to the continent , 13,622 bales
stock. 771,052 bales.
NiiW ORLEANS. Oct. 14.-COTTON-
Steady ; sales. 2,300 bales ; ordinary , 3 l-8c
good ordinary , 4 j-lCc ; low middling , 4 9-lGc
middling , 1 15-16C. ; good middling , T-Uc ; mid
, tiling , fair , 5 11-lGc ; rscclpts , 15.S53 bales
I stock. 170,160 bales. Futures steady : Octo
ber , $4.t > 4 bid ; November , $4.90fii.91 ; ; Decem
ber , $4.94fT4.93 ; January , $4.991(5.00 ( ; Febru
' ury. $5.01S5.0G ; March. $5.0966.10 ; April , $5.1
' 05.15 : May. 53.19li5.21 ; June , S3.24&6.2G.
I LIVERPOOL. Oct. 14.-COTTON-Spot
i fair demand ; prices unchanged ; Amerlqai
i middling , 3 3-82d. The irales of th5 day wen
! 15,000 baits , of which 500 bales were foi
speculation and export nhd Included 14,60
bales American : receipts , , none. Future !
I opened quiet but steady , with a mod rnt <
demand : closed quiet ; American middling
L. M. C. . October , 3d , buyers ; October tint
I November , 2 G3-G4f3d , sellers ; Novembei
and Decembsr. December and January
2G2-64S1263-Gld. sellers ; January and Febru
ary. 2 62-64if2 63-64d , value ; February am
. March. 2 63-G4JI3d. sellers ; March and April
3d. buyers ; April and May , 3 l-64d , buyers
May and June. 32-64d. sellers ; June nn <
I July , 3 2-G4ft3 3-64d. sellers ; July and August
3 S-GlftS 4-Gld , sellers ; August and Sjptcm
ber. 3 4-G4d. sellers.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 14.-COTTON-Steadj
and unchanged ; middling , 5c ; sales , 231
bales ; receipts. 4,367 bales ; shipments , 3,31 :
bales ; atock , 37,525 bales.
BOSTON. Oct. II. The Boston Commer
clal Bulletin will * ay of the wool market :
There are some new developments In tin
situation of normal encouragement at las
that were lacking lual week , and while ac
tual business Is conllned to meager lln.lti
the market Is improved in its outlook. Sales
for the week were 840,000 pounds domestic
and 813,000 pounds foreign , a total of 1,639,001
pounds , against 2,196,000 pounds last wee !
and 4,976,000 pounds for the same week lasi
The sales to date show a decrease of 116-
103,300 pounds domeitic and 118,149,800 pound !
foreign from the sales to the same date li
The receipts to date show a decrease ol
20S.903 bales domestic and 3S1.339 bales for
Xtv Yorlc Dry Ooodw Mnrlii-t.
NEW YORK , Oct. II. Locally , little in
terest was shown today in the genera :
market. The print cloth situation was ex
tensively discussed by all cotton goods
men and this took the place of etforts
to sell goods. Mall orders were fairly
numerous , but buyers were few today ,
The threatening weather had somothlnu
to do with keeping buyers from nearby
places out of the city , but In the main
It Is believed there will be little ni-order-
Ing before really- cold weather sets In ,
In staple cottons a quiet market was re
ported. Wlda sheetings have shown some
Improvement during the week , but hardly
enough to make the trading lively. The
quletuda which prevails in the China , de
mand has proved a great drawback tc
fill 5nrl .
OIL CITY , Oct. 14.-Credlt balances , $1.12 ;
certificates closed at $1.13'fe bid for cash ;
sale4.000 bbls. cash at $1.12. 1.000 bbls ,
cash at $1.13 , 3WO bbls. cash at $1.1314 ; total ,
10,000 bbls. ; shipments , 91,333 bbls. ; runs ,
SAVANNAH. Gn. , Oct. 14. OIL Splrltf
of turpentine , llrm at 29 ; c. Rosin , llrm anil
WILMINGTON. N. C. . Oct. 14.-OIL-
Splrlts of turpentine , steady at 3029Vic ,
Rosin , nothing doing. Crude turpentine ,
llrm at $1.15 < Q1.70. Tur.steady at $1.10.
LONDON , Oct. 14. OIIv Sperm oil. 403 ,
Spirits of turpentine , 23s "Hd. Rosin , Amer
ican strained , 48 4V d.
NEW YORK. Oct. ll.-COFFEE-Optlona
opened steady at unchanged prlets to E
points decllno ; ruled fairly active but
steady under foreign selling and disap
pointing European and Brazilian cables ;
accounts with no local speculative support
and spot buyers still indifferent ; closed
with prices unchanged to 5 points lower ;
sales , 5.000 bags ; October , $3.30 ; November ,
$5.33 ; September , ; C.03. Spot Rio , quiet ;
mild , quiet.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Bather Stiff Hun of Oattle Slow in Reaching
SELLERS STILL HAVE THE BEST OF II
Ilriiinnil lliceed * the Supply nnd tin
I'rlecfi IlaiiKR Htronn to HlKliT
Ilofi" At-tlvc unit Higher Alno
Sbcpp Steady to
SOUTH OMAHA Oct. .
Receipts today 2,011 4,349 , 0,1 T
Olltclnl Mondav Mif ; , IKW l > , i.y
Otllclal Tuesday , S70 St.S'JU 0.71 :
Official Wednesday 0.1M 7.C61 7Si (
Olllclal Thursday 5,353 C.IOC 6.5S
Five days this week..27,730 20,230 33,1H
Same days last week 3iojii 2 , . jii : : . J
Same days week before. .27,301 31,103 15,1-1
Same three weeks ago..22.853 20,633 22,20
Averaco pi Ice paid tor hogs tor the las
several days with comparisons :
lS9S.l$07.lS9tli | | ; | > 93.l$94.118)3.lS92 | |
The otllcial number of cars of stocl
brought In today by each road was ;
Cattle. Hogs , Sheep , ll'r'i
C. . M. & . St. P. Ry. . . . -
O. & St. U Ry
Missouri Pacific Ry. 12
Union Paclllu System 30 H t
C. & N. W. Ry l
F. , E. & M. V. R. R. 16 IS
C. , St. P. , M. & O. Ry. I 2
U. & M. R. R. R 37 11
C. . B. & Q. Ry 3
K. C. Hi SI. J 3 2
C. , R. 1. & P. Ry. , E. . . 1
C. , R. 1. & P. Ry.V. . . . 1
Total receipts 102 CO 23
The disposition of the day's receipts wa
as follows , each buyer purchasing the num
bcr of head Indicated :
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
The G. H. Hammond Co. IS I U20
Swift and Company . . . 162 1,142 2r,7
The Cudnhy Packing Co. 25. : 1,0U SI
P. D. Armour , Chicago 63 1,256
R. Becker and Degun. . . SSI
Vansant & Co ice
W. 1. Stephens z'i
Bunion & Underwood . . . 165
Huston .t Co ; K
Hill & Hunlzlngcr 127
Livingston & Schtilcr . . . 229
Hamilton & R 215
Hammond , K. C 191 . . .
Cudaliy P. Co. . from 1C. C. K74
Planklnton , Milwaukee 13S
Other buyers 274 . . . . 33
Left over 2,4 ?
Totals 3,273 4,403 6,20
CATTLE The early receipts looked small
but later trains kepi bringing In stock un
ill the tolal made a very fair showing. Th
market continue : * to be most favorable ti
the selling interesls nnd shippers are we |
pleased with tha results of tno last two o
three ( lavs.
There were hardly enough fat cattle litho
the yards to go the rounds among this buy
ers , only about a dozen loads of cornfei
steers being reported on sale. The'
changed hands readily at good , slroni
prices , Hie desirable caltlo bringing $3.00f (
6.211. "i'hero were no westerns , at least non <
among the early receipts , good enough fo
the killers , bul the buyers were all Inqulr
in ? for that kind of cattle , and It Is saf
to say that they would have brought good
strong prices If thnre. had been any t <
make a test of the mnrket. One Ihlng 1
certain , and that IB that fat cattle at-
now selling as high IIH any time this sea
son , and thai the market Is active at tli
prevailing prices , with the demand good.
There was quite a sprinkling of cow stufl
though a largo proportion or It was mad
up of rathar common calllo on Ihe canne
order. The market was fully slcady , am
even strong on the most desirable of tlv
offerings. Bulls , stags and rough stocl
sold fully aa well as yesetrday. Vtn
calves continue in good demand at ver ;
The most of the cattle In the yards to
day were stackers and feeders , and ttv
most of them not very good. In otlu
words , while Ihere were plenty of cattli
on ealo there were fe.w real good or drslrn
hie catlle. The market on the best kind :
was strong and fully steady on others
The demand was quite brisk and abou
everylhing Ihat was at all desirable , soli
In good season. The yards were full o
country buyers and everyone appears li
feel that the time for securing westeri
feeding cattle Is rapidly drawing ; to a close
Representative pale-s :
A. C. Holding.
21 cows. . .1000 2 90
1 steer 10CO 300 13 feeders..103S 380
2 feeders. . 10X5 ! 55 1 feeder..1220 3 80
35 slecrs.,1192 3 65 103 feeders..1140 4 Ot )
3 feeders. . 903 3 40 13 feeders. . 812 3 73
2 feeders. . 890 4 05OREGON.
Culver & Gowen.
1 heifer.1070 373 100 feeders..1055 390
41 feeders. . 1000 1 83IDAHO.
1 feeder. . . 320 P 75 107 feeders. . 973 4 10
3 feeders. . 8S7 : CO 2 calves. . . 120 6 63
15 feeders. . 1045 4 10
HOGS There was a fair run of hogs foi
a Friday , sixty-four loads being reportoi
In , as against forty-elt'hl n week ago anc
seventy-eight two wccxs ago. The markei
was In very satisfactory condition , Th (
trade opened active ut tin advance of 2'if5c ?
with local packing demand good. The gcn >
oral run of packing hogs sold at $3.60 ant
up to $3.C2V4 , Some good heavy hogs brougln
as much us $3.65 nnd a very prime load sole
at $3.67V4. Good light hogs gold at $3.70 , th <
top being no higher than yesterday , bul
the hogs which brought $3.70 yesterday wen
sorted up very closely , while today tht
prlco was paid for good ulralght loads. Thf
long siring brought $3.60tj3.62',4 today anc
$3.57Hil.CO ! ! yesterday.
It will be noted from the table of prices
at head of column that the average of ill
the sales was < iulte u llltlo higher that
yesterday. It will also be noted Unit slnc <
Tuesday the market has been cither sta
tionary or ti little stronger each day. M
thai the decllno on Tuesday Is fully mad <
up and the hogx today sold about as wel
us on Monday and a ( hade higher than 01 :
last Friday. Represcntullve sales :
No. Av. Hit. IT. No. Av. Hh. Pr.
1 S15 200 $3 110 D9 2W 200 $3 CO
53 302 40 3 CO 49 MS . . it ( ,0
fil ,2"fi 120 : ) 0
62 007 ICO 360
0. ) . 2 < l b9 3 lid
. .SHEEP The receipts of jOieep contltur
liberal. In fact , so far this week the re
i I'lpls have distanced the record ot prevloii :
weokn by several thousand head. While I
has not been possible to ipioto any inaterln
change * In values from day to day , still
when comparisons are nmde with a woel
ago , It Is seen that any change that ma'
have been mudu has been on the side < i
stronger prices. Today's market was ae
tlvo and steady , and offerings of fat shcei
and Iambs , as a rule , met with promp
sale. If good. Quite a bunch of westeri
wethers brought $4.23 , and live double ,
of Utah lambs sold at $5.30 , which was th
same ua was paid for some of the same lo
Feeding sheep nnd Iambs continue In sooi
demand at prices that tire very satlsiac
lory to sellers. It is safe to say that thtr
never was a time when ths demand fo
western feeding stock was any butter thai
It Is at the present time , and Is also i
safe assertion that a good many mor
could bu sold If they were to bo hml
1'rlces are high , but feeders appear i
think that they will pay out and are. ttiUIni
everything to be had at current prices.
Quotations anGood : grass western ?
$ ! .10fil.23 ; fulr to good grass westt-nis , $3..i
JJ4.03 ; good yearlings , $ l.2fttf 1.33 ; good t <
rlioli-p iambs , 5o.l5fti'.3 ! ; lair to good lambs
$4.90QG.AO ; feeder wethers , 2-ycar-olds um
over , $3.xsft 1.00 ; feeder yearlliiRs , $4.tioti4.2S
feeder lumbs , $4.50-Jt4.So ; cull sheep , } 2.fit > l
3.00 ; cull lambs , $4.006" 1.25. Rcpreseiitatlv
No. Av. Pr.
50 common sheep 100 $343
120 western ewes 90 373
I ! ) Utah ewca 90 4 00
69 California lambs R-S 4 10
SIS Wyoming wethers 101 4 25
437 Idaho lambs , feeders 52 4 75
112 Idaho lambs , feeders 54 4 75
000 Idaho lambs 62 530
539 Idaho lambs 63 C 30
319 Idaho liimbs r,0 B : t < l
10S Idaho lumbs f,9 5 ; 10
4i ( Wyoming wethers 10,1 4 00
102 Wyoming lambs , feeders 56 4 75
CHlL'ACiO I.IV1-3 STUCK MAIIKIM
I'rli'ex for Cattle Stonily , HOKH In ( ino
IH-imiml nnd Sheep Sell Well.
CHICAGO , Oct. 14. There was a fair gsn
cral demand for cattle today and price
ruled steady , the supply being pretty we !
taken. Native beef steers sold at $4.SOi (
5.80 for common grades to extras , th
greater part fetching $3.2505.60 , nnd coin
mon fed Texans and fed westerns sold n
$4.X ( > Ji4.30. The stocker nnd feeder trad
continued active nt J3.CK > 5j4.80 , the ilemani
being chiefly for nice selected steers
liulcherlng and canning cattle sold at bet
.ter prices and a few fancy veal calve
brought $7.25ii7.40 , while stock calves soli
There was a good demand for hogs am
prices ruled steady and unchanged at $3.3
< g3.92'fc for common to fancy hogs , th
greater part changing hands nt $3.G5if3.S (
Very few pigs went below $3 nnd sale
were largely at $3.30tI3.50.
Offerings of sheep and Iambs were wol
taken at S3.00tf4.60 for inferior to cliolc
shesp , cholco to fancy yearlings brlnglni
$ l.50ii"4.75. | Western range sheep wcr
wanted at $3.60i4.60. feeders selling ac
lively at $4.00ff4.20. Lambs sold briskly n
$4.254.50 for common , up to 5C.OOiiC.23 fo
choice to prime ilocks , cholcs range lamb
selling around $3.60. Feeding lambs wer
In active dentand at $4.80 5.15.
Receipts : Cuttle. 3,000 head ; hogs , 27,00
head ; sheep , 7,000 head.
KniiniiN City Mvo Slock.
KANSAS CITY , Oct. H.-CATTLE-Re
celptB. 6.500 head natives , 1,000 head Tex
ana ; light supply ; early trading active
prices steady to lOc higher ; advance sooi
lost ; sales mostly at yesterday's prices
cholco heavy steers , $5.wi ; :5 ; medium
$4.85 (5.30 ( ; light weights , $4.C55i5.30 ; stocker
and feeders. S3.3'i@4.T5 ; butcher cows uni
heifers , $2.70(54.50 ( ; western sle.'rs. $3.1L < i
4.90 ; Texas steers , $3.0ftft3.SO ; Texas butche
cows. $2.70ti3.20 ; cunning stock , $2.101(2.63.
HOGS Receipts , 10.390 head ; strong demand
mand ; packers and shippers active buyer
at steady to 5o hlghr jiric-es ; heavy hogs
$3.60 3.75 ; mixed , J3.55&3.70 ; lights , J.5tH
SHKISP Receipts , 523 head ; supply to. .
small to satisfy demand ; local killers tool
all the offerings ut llrm prices ; ntitlvi
lambs. $3.23(85.35 ( ; native muttons. $ l.l5 < fi4.50
western lambs. $5.20Jj5.10 ; range muttons
$3.80jil.35 ; range feeding lambs , $4.6001.65
range feeding sheep , $3.7034.00.
St. I. on Ix Live Stiu-k.
ST. ,1'OniS Oct. H.-CATTr.E-Recelpts
2,10head , includlnir 1,200 Texans ; ship
incuts , 1,60 , ) head. Market steady for na
lives and strong for Toxans. Fair ti
J5CV."lltve ! , "hipping nnd export steers
fl.COtio.6i > , bulk ot sales , ft.TS'a.x.'U ' ; dressei
beef and butcher steers , $ . ' 1.701/5.25. bulk o
sales. X4.00ft5.10 ; steers , under 1,000 Ibs.
$3.4oSi-l.,0 , , hulk of sales , $3.N 1.50 ; Ktocker
and feeders , $2.6084.50 , bulk of Hales. $3,1
< i 4,50 ; cows and helfcrn , $2.CIcl.7r , bulk o
cows , S2.BOW3.25 ; TCXHIIB anu Indian steers
$2.9 4.50 , bulk of sales , S3.25fi4.00 ; cows an <
, "OCJS-RccelptB , 5,500 head ; shipments
1,200 head. Market steady ; yorkers , $3.ffi'f
3.75 : packers. $3.COf3.S5 ; butchers , $3.Si > fl3.9U
SHIiKP Receipts , MO head. JIarke
steady ; native muttons , $ l.00f(4,25 ; lambs
> Yorlc I.IviSli > i-\- \ .
NI3W YORK. Oct. 14.-BKEVKS-no
cslpts , 2.412 head ; market active ; steers
bulls and fat cows llrm to lOc higher ; oxei
and stags , S3.00fr4.60 ; bulls. $2.SOQ3.35 ( ; cows
$2.00f/-4.00. Cables steady ; llvo cattle , 10'M
lUii- per lb. ; refrigerator bcnf , ! ) u per IbT
< ; A1 < VKS Receipts , 407 head ; veals lower
other calves st'ndy ; veals , $4.50i(8.50. (
SHEKP AND LAMIJS-Recclpts , 7.2C !
head ; slow ; sheep steady ; lambs 10f(15i
lower : sheep. ? 3.23fi5.00 ; lambs. $3.00-50.35.
HOGS-Receipts , 2.BC5 head ; firmer at $4.0
S . JoHcnh I.lvo Stock.
' JOHBP1I. Oct. . .
m- 14.-Speclal.-CAT )
TIjh Receipts. 1,30 < ) head ; steady to strong
natives. $ l.25fi5.35 ; Toxano and westerns
$3.00 5.25 ; cows and heifers , $2.00fi'4.S3
stokers - nnd feeders , $3.00f(3.25. (
' 'cud ' ; steady ; top
Cincinnati Live Stock.
SS : OCt'
r Jr7' $ .
I.AMUS-Dull ; $1.085.85
Stock In .Slulit.
Record of receipts of live stock at th (
four principal markets for October 14 :
, . , Cattle. Hogs. Shwp
Omaha . 2.011 4,349 Cn ;
Chicago . 3.0f 27.0K ) 7,0tt
Kansas City . 7,300 10,330 52 :
St. Louis . 3,100 5,500
Totais . 13,5l T H.C2 :
Itltc Ilnlcli of IlonilN Stolen.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 11. H has Jus !
leaked out that a week nio burglars hrokt
Into the office of the Consolidated Mllllnc.ani
Hardwood company , and. after breaking oper
a safe , escaped with $50,000 worth of Unltct
States bonds of the recent issue. Prculdenl
( leorgo Christian received a letter offering
to return them If a reward was advertised In
one of the local papers. Thla was done unil
$25 was offered. Another letter followed
Eaylng that this was too email and that
though the bonds were \voithless to theli
present possessors , they were worth a good
deal to Mr. Christian. Ho was warned
against reporting the matter to the police
and directed to make a larger offer. The
matter , however , has been placed In the
hands ol the local authorities.
the Fl n K on Slilpn.
TACOMA , Oct. 14. It U stated on good
authority that tbe Northern Paciflc Steam
ship company is arranging to put under the
American Hag six Ilrltlsh steamers which II
Is operating to China and Japan from thti
city. Theao steamers Includn the transporl
Tacoma , which was sold to the government
last July , and the OI.vmila ; , Columbia and
Argyle , U Is believed that the Arizona will
be transferred back to the Northern I'uclflc
company at Hong Kong when the covern-
ment no longer needs It ,
Till ! HK.U.TY MAIIKHT.
INSTRUMENTS plnccd on record Friday , '
October H. 1S93 : \
AVnrrnnl.r lpc N.
Annlo AValllng to Joseph Schllts !
llrowg. Co. , lots 5 and 8 , block 190 ,
I. M. Hall and husband to M. E. Pick-
Ins , lot S and H 10 feet of lot 7 , block
4 , l.llby Place 15,000
W. U Sclby niiil wife to Han K.
Wlpan , lot 6. block 3 , Selby Flrot
ndd. to South Omaha 350
J. L. Church to F. M. Church , lot 6 ,
block 4 , Sixteenth Street ndd 425
1 , . S. Reed and wife to Peter Snrp ,
jr. , lot C , block 2. Hazel Torrncn. . . . S30
Peter Sarp nnd wife to II. A. Sarp ,
lot 6 , block 2 , Hazel Terrace 1,216
AV. C. Altmworth and wife to August
Doll , seVi 10-16-10 G.2IO
S. A. Hiiyes to S. T. Potter , lot It ,
block 2 , Potter1 & Co. , Second ndd. . C3I
W. P. Adklns and wife to A. E. Ev-
iTt tt , lot C , block 13S , South Omuhn. . 200
A. J. Sloup and wlfo to A. R Rush ,
eii , ot s PS feet of lot 4 , block 4 ,
Itowery Hill ndd 1
M. L. Lettlelleld to J , A. Russell , lot
22. blork 3 , Smlthllcld mid 200
Total ntnoijnt ot transfers . . . . $2ll6il
Primary , Secondary or Tertiary
DLOOD POISON permanently
Cured in 16 to 35 Days.
Tou can be treated nt home for sama
price under tinme guarnntv. If you
prefer to come hero wo will contract
to pay railroad faro and hotel bllli ,
and no chatce If we fail to cure.
IF YOU HAVE
taken mercury. Iodide potash and itlll
have aches and pains , Mucous Patches
In mouth , Sere Throat , Pimples , Cop
per Colored Spots , Ulcers on any part
of the body. Hair or Uyebrows falling
out. It Is this secondary
Wo guarantee to tluro
W solicit the mo t obstinate cants
and challenge the world for a cane wa
cannot cure. This dlRcase hai always
baftled the skill of the most eminent
$500,000 capital bfhlnfl our uncondi
tional BURrnnty. Absolute proofs aunt
scaled on application. 100 page book
AUitrvkii COOK IlKMHnY CO. , 1401
Mutant * Temple , Chlcniro. HI.
Geo. S. Scally of 75 Nassau St. . Nv
York , says : "For yarn 1 have liei-n trnTi-
bled with rheumatism and dyspepsia , and
t i-ame to thu conclusion to try your pills.
I Immediately found great relief from
their use ; I feel llkn a now man slneo
I commenced talcing them , umj would not
now b without them. The drowsy , sleepy
feeling J used to have his : entirely dlsip-
penreu. The dyspepsia has left me and my
rheumatism Is gone entirely. I am satis-
lied If any one so aflllctcd will give ) Rud
way's Pills a trial they will surely cum
them , for I believe it all comes from the
Hystem bring out of order the liver not
doing its work.
cure nil DlMorilrrn of the
HowrlM , Klilneyn , lllnddcr , Dlr.zlnrnN ,
Contlvt'iic'NN , Piles , .Slc-k Ilvnilauliv.
Kcinuli' Coinplnliitn , Illllounnrni , Iii-
illUCHtlon , cnnNtlpiitlnii uiul nil dli -
nrilcrn of the I.Ivor , itfc per liox. At
HruurulxtN or l > y mull ,
RADWAY & CO. , 55 ELM ST. . NEW YORK
Be sure to get "Radway's" and nco that
the name Is on what you buy.
Is a preparation of tne Drue by which It *
Injurious effects are removed , while the val
uable medicinal properties are retained. It
possesses all the sedative , anodyne and antl *
spasmodic powers ot Opium , but produces
no slcknc.is of the stomach , no vomiting , no
coatlvencss , no headache. In acute nervous
disorders It is an Invaluable remedy , and 'd
recommended by the beat physicians.
E. FERRETT. AC on ,
I1T2 Tciirt SI. , Ken Yorlc.
For Rats , Mice , Roaches ,
SPB&gSS * Other
IT'S "A KILLER.
After rating , all vermin f celt wate r nd the opf n , ftlr.
HencetliU killer Is the most cleanly oneatth.
For Sale by nil Druczlits. Price. 15 Cents.
EEWTON MANUFACTURING & CHCMICAL CO. ,
5 WlUtea Street. New YorU.
AJAX TABLETo POSITIVELY C.UtK
JT.lmpotencr , Hlnoploiicesj , etc. . CAp cd
b Abuse or otlitr lit cesses and Indlr
oratloDf , Tnry uumltlu antt lurelu
, . rwtora Lo t Vllnlltr lo oltl or jonnir. and
J-j5L tltnmaaforttndj , bailnwwor matrlags.
* * # * ? > 1'icnat luunltr and Contnmptloa If
takna In ilruo. Tlietrnvi ihowi ImmedUto ImproTa.
ment and edeota a CUItE vihero &ll ctbtr ( all In-
Ut open hartne the soralne Aim T I > I U. TLer
li TOcurd tbouatndiand fflllcur \Vnctwpo * .
lllTnnrlU < aenarant o to effect a mire CH HTC In
oahou or refund th * moner. PrlctUU U lOirxr
puckaeei or nU pk > ; : > ( ( all treatment ! for liW. fit
-Mx"RlfMgD c8,0f fc
ror ale In umanu , XeL , , yj j . t'onyiH. 201
N. 16lh ; Kuhu & Co. . Kill ur.d l > uc : i
la Council Uluftu bv o , II. Iimwc
CURE YOURSELF !
f' ' | n P' ' | n lvrpr ri
by exprun , prrpalil , for
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Cirr.uiar lent cu rcauett.
W oed Brant.
Orlirlnal d Onljr Otnoll e.
t Ur CAI/Ar.lrri . ,
rand In llril u < l teU ailltlllgV
M , idled with tint rlbu , Tain"
10r t. tuiJII tu.
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E- BOYD & CO , ,
Telephone 1039. Omulm , Neb
CHAIN , PROVISIONS iiiul STOCKS
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