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THE OMAITA DAILY HEE: SUNDAY, BErTEMBEl 27. 1003.
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
Grt Ooafidero How Ehowo in Tutu t
TSasinesi of All Kind.
IKRKET CONDITIONS VERY SATISFACTORY
Itattstles lkw Rail! Decrease la
Bale of Oleomargarine, Wall
Batter, Owlngr n Increased
Dtatai, I Higher.
The warm weather of laat week brought
about a, crest change in the outlook for
future business. It la now an assured fact
that there whl be a Terr fair corn crop,
taklnc the state aa a wnole. and tht is
an ouniness men consider necesrary for a
Successful rear. Retailers who have been 1
in wjw tnjr io., met lew aaya nave expre.-s o.
themselves as more than pleased w.th the
prospects for future business and J bb-rs
ay that the si as of merchants' orders
would Indicate that they are counting on a
record-breaking demand. Hundreda of re
tailers who have been holding oft all the
fall are now placing heavy orders, so that
trade last week with local Jobbers was the
beat It haa been any time this mon'h. A
brisk demand la also expected for this week
There have been about the usual number
of market rhanges during the week under
review, but none of them have been at all
radical. The markets as a whole seem to
be In a ery healthy condition and with the
favorable-outlook for a heavy demand all
over the country during the following yenr
the prospecta of any material reduction In
the prices of leading staples are considered
cry remote, while Indications for Mgler
prices on a number of lines are very favr r
able. Thoee beat posted say with a gond
deal of confidence that merchants are safe
In anticipating their wanta at present
Collections are also In very satisfactory
condition and local Jobbers report very few
feed accounts on their books. Retainers as
a class throughout tne territory tributary
to Omaha have had a very successful sea
son and are stronger financially than ever
before. This la shown conclusively by t-.e
tncresae In the number of bills being dis
counted overy day.
Refined togar Steady, Raws Higher.
The demand for groceries In a wholesale
way la reported aa being of very eatlsiac
tory proportions. The demand la general
for all seasonable lines sr.d stilus are
heavier than they were a year ago at this
Tne general market Is In a good strong
position and a few fluctuations have taken
place since last report'. Among there Is an
advance of a full 1-lBc on raw sugars, while
reAned grades have not changed, 'lho de
mand la reported aa being very heavy for
even this time of tne year and piospecl3
are that it will Continue that way for the
next two or three weeks.
The bean market Is also In about the
me position it was a week ago. It la s.lll
ery difficult to estimate the damage done
by the cold and wet weather of a week or
ten day ago.
The cheese market advance! c list
week, owing to a continued heavy export
demand, together with the unfavorahle
weather throughout Wisconsin, which has
reduced the milk supply fully one-half.
Owing to the fact that the season Is now
P.r.'ctrn,L.0r' U. thP,u5nt th"L5!!:l6Hc; No. 1 salted! 7V: Nb.' i salted Hc
the middle of October.
The coffee market continued to advance
and dealrable roasting grades are reported
carce. New arrivals of the 19B crop of
coffees are opening up unsatisfactorily, the
beans being small and off in color. It it
expected, however, that the later arrivals
will prove better.
On account of the well developed fa t
that corn Is going to be a very light park
Jobbers In the eaat continue to buv heavily
wherever they can secure offerings and
at price from 2Vt3 to 5c per dozen above
last week. Tomatoes are unchanged, but
very Arm for full standard qmiltty. Cali
fornia canned gooda are still In active
demand, but stocks are so badly broken
that it la Impossible for buyers to get
whaC they want.
Reports from the coast show that new
4red Alaska salmon la selling freely at the
f i rices) named by the Alaska packers, which
s 35o a dozen higher than the opening
price of laat season.- This came aa a sur
prise to a good many buyers, who thought
the price would open from Be to 10c per
dozen lower than a year ago.
The dried fruit market continues very
active, peachea perhaps still being the lt?m
of greatest Interest, while raisins are com
ing In for their share. No price have
been named yet on new seeded. . ...
An active demand for fish, Is reporlel,
Holland herring, Norway K. K. K. and
mackerel being the most popular lines.
On the latter the demand Is principally
for the larger alaea. owing to the scarcity
and consequent high price of the small
There I a marked Increase In the sale of
oil vea, Imported goods and other fancy
lines, which Jobbers take a an Indication
of the growing prosperity in the west and
of the fact that western people are con
stantly demanding a better class of goods.
a here is iiu c-iiua to no 19 in the maiket
Brisk Desaaad foe Dry Goods.
Local dry goods Jobber report their
house trade for laat week as being ab ml
the beat experienced since the first of the
month. The orders received, both direct
and through traveling men, have alo
Ihown quite an Improvement within the
ist few daya and It Is thought that the
cause Is found In the Improved crop con-
dlUons. Jobbers are now confident of a
rood late buainesa and In that event their
ale will run far ahead of last year or
of any previous year.
The cotton market continue strong ana
do change In the prices ruling on cotton
gooda la reported. Indications now are
that present prices will hold good through
out the winter and spring and Omaha Job
be re have gone ahead with that Idea and
made preparations for carrying a larger
and better line of good than ever before.
Tbe manufacturers prices for Amoekeag
JL P. C. and Toll du Nord ginghams have
been fixed respectively at $ and t cents,
and some good orders have already been
booked. Jobbers are hoping that deliveries
of all classes of goods this coming season
will be better than they have been in the
Kist. but an enormous demand la already
Ualaaf Goods telllas Freely,
There were mors boot and shoe men on
the local market laat week tbtn Jobbers
Were expecting and tne:r orders were
heavier. As a reejlt, business In that line
baa been unusually good and Jobbers wall
pleased. It seema that a lrge number of
inerchanta were holding back a, Urgu part
of their orders until tney could tell mors
about the outcome of the corn crjp but
now they no longer fear a' crop failure and
aa a result are rushing to maraet and plac
ing their orders.
The rubber goods trade remains quiet.
The warm dry, weather haa temporarily
? becked the demand for both clo.Mng ani
oot wear, but Jobbers are content to wait
In view of the fact that they have ban
doing a bid business all this year.
Km Chaago la Hardware. '
The hardware market Is In Just about
ths same position il was a wees ag . no
Important changes having tkksn place.
The demand, however, for all seasonable
goods has been very satisfactory, aa the
cold weather of a week or ten cay ago re
minded pecpl that It was time to prepare
for winter. There Is no special feature to
ths trade, aa the demind is simply general
fur all clasaea of seasonable and staple
Olaesutrgwlaa Hot Popmlar.
Since ths passage of the Grout b.ll com
peuiug mnutaccursrs of oleomargarine to
$ay a tax of to cents per puuna on their
pioduce whsn colored, and oiie-iour.h cent
what unco.oreo, lla popuiailty has ue
creased at a rapid rate, 'i ho tax of 10
Cents per pound mikes the colored oleo-Buu-garjie
est aa much aa a g.od gtade o.'
butler and comparatively tew people aoein
to care to use the uncoloreu prouuet.
rttaits tics show that during too month of
August, UKai, before tne paaaage of the
Grout bill, 86.3,1 fifty-pound tubs were
sold, while duitng the same month of the
following yser aitor the law became ef
fective, the amount manufactured drutiued
down to tl.tus tuba of the eame else, iat
month there were only 22 foa tuba maue.
which Is a decrease frum two years ago of
U.tU fLfty-pound tub. Of the amount sold
last mjnth lit, tubs were unculureJ and
ouly Wl tubs were colored. This enormuus
decrease to the manufacture and sale of
oleomargarine of course means an Increase
tn the demand for butter and It is thought
that butter Is now selling coiiud roly
klgher than if the Grout bal had Bwt bo
route a law.
rrwlts atad Vegetshlea.
Ths demand for fruits last week was very
brtak and owing to the la.eueaa of the sea
son the price of peaches has a i a need
sUghtly. Tbs supply of applea, however, is
bow more liberal, aa both Michigan and
lSow York aa well as bixne grown stock
la on sale. There la also a large variety
mi g rapes oa the anarkrt and the ruling
price of th var.oufl Uneo ill bo fouud in
The egg market la conalderably higher
tbaan It was a work ago, ths prb e now bo
tug It oeaia. Poultry on the coiurut Is a
tiifle lower, while butter has been Arm
OMAHA WHULE'ALE MARKET.
Condition el Trade nnd Haetatloas
Ptaatle nod Fancy Prodoce.
EO'iS-Freah stock, lose off. lSc.
LIVE IDL'LTKI-Hens, Vac; spring
chickens, lightweight, locjUe, heavy. W-,
mojiffn, aroordlng to age, 4g5c; turkeya.
Hit Mr; oil dj'k. 6c; young ducks, tvuc.
BL'TTtR-Packing stock. IJjiSVi choice
to fancy dairy. In tuba, Wa.it.; separator,
FRESH FISH-Fresh caught trout, lie;
pickets), (c; pike, lor; perch, 6c; b'jiTalo,
blueflsh, lie; whlterlsh. lc: salmon,
lie; haddock. 10c; codfish, 12c; reditispper.
11c; lobsters, boiled, per lb.. 2"c; lobsters,
green, per lb., c; bullhcac.a. 11c; cstfiah,
14c; black basa. Lif2Tc; halibut, c; ei-applts.
Lie: herring, 6c; while baas. lc; bluetlns, 6c.
OT8TEHS New York counts, per can.
45c; per gaL. 12 15; extra selects, per ran.
37c; per gal.. 11 .90; standard, per can, 3oc;
per gal., li J
BRAN-Pet ton. HOC
HAY Pries quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Dealers' association: Choice No. 1 up
land. ISW; No. 2. $.u: medium. $8 0:
rvin r IS frt Ri-a straw f T Oft Theae briefs
ar fnf h.v r.f ,nnH mlor nnii nuailtv. Ie-
mnml fair and receipts lignu
O T3 .".Sc.
RYKNo. i. 5cV.
POTATOES I," tan and Laaota. per bu..
8WEET POTATOES Home grown, per
basket. (Me; Virginia, per a-bu. bbl.. $:i H.'
CUCUMBERS Home grown, per basket,
BEANS Home grown, wsx, per market
basket. 4oj50c; string, per maiket basket,
rtRKEN CORN-Per dox, 10c.
TOMATOES Home grown, per basket.
NAVY BEANS Per btl . $J 5.
CELF.RY-Mlchlgan, per dot., $ff35c;
large western, 45c.
ONIONS New home grown, dry. per lb
1'c; fancy Washington stock, per lb., tc;
Spanish. rer crate. 11 7
KOO PLANT Per dox., tl 00.
PLUMS-Utah and Colorado. $1.00.
PRI NKS Italian, per box. 11.00; Silver.
PEACHES California Salaways. tl.OO;
I tah rreestones. $1.00; Colorado Aloertas,
'HAT! APPLES Per bbl., 14 00.
PfcARS Colorado and Utah Sheldon.
Dutrhea and Flemish Beauties, ber box.
!-'(; Colorado and Utah Bartletts, 12.60
fANTALOfPE Rocky Ford, per stand
ard crate. H no.
APPLES Welfhevs and other varieties,
per 3-bu. bbl.. $'2.50ri3 00; Snows. $3.2; Mich
igan atock. 13.50: California Peillowers, per
box. 11.50ft 1.60; New York stock. 13 so.
GRAPK3 California Tokays. 11.50; Cortn
cholti. ll.M; Rliick Ferara. $1.50; Muacita.
11.54: home crown. Der -lb. basket. 231f24c.
VA TERM EICON'S Mlaaourl, 26c each;
crated, net. 75c jier 100 lbs
CRANBERRIES Per bbl.. $7.00; per box,
ORANGES Valencias. all sixes. $4 0004 .
BANANAS Per bunch. $2,0042.50; jum
LEMONS-Callfornla fancy. 300 to 300
sizes, $4.25; choice. 240 to 270 sizes, $4.00(94.25.
CHEESE Wisconsin twin, full cream,
12'ir; Wisconsin Yeung Americas, 13Vxc;
black Swiss. 15c; Wisconsin brick, 12c;
Wisconsin llmbei-ger, 12c.
HONEY Neiaska, per 24 frames $3.50;
Utah and Colorado, per 25 frames. $3.50.
POPCORN Per ib.. 24c; shelled. $oi4c.
iso. 1 veal calf. 1 to 13 lrte., HVrc; No. 1 vea
calf, 12 to 15 lbs., tiVfcc; dry salted hides, 8-0
12c; sbeep pelts. 26&75c; horse hides, $l.Cu
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 soft -shell, per lb..
17c; hard-shell, per lb., 14c; No. $ soft-shell,
per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard-shell, per lb., 12c;
Brazils, per lb., 12c; filberts, per lb., 12c;
almonds, soft-shell, per lb., 16c; hard-shcli,
per lb., 15c: pecan, large, per lb., 12ljc;
ismall. per lb., lie; peanut, per lb, 6Wci
roasted peanuts, per lb., 7c. . '
St. I.oals Grata aad Provlsloas.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 26. WHEAT-Hlgher:
No. 2 red caah, In elevator. S-'Hc on track,
864i8c; December. 82Hc; May, 83e; No. i
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash. 45Hc; track,
4G54Hc; December. 43VW Mav, 44310.
OATS Steady; No. 2 cash. 3Sc: track. 38H
fiZVc; December, 3tc; May, STHc; No. 2
Kit-f irmer: no. z. &7i4c.
FLOUR Quiet : red winter patent. $4.00
ft 4 10; extra fancy and airtight, J.70J.,
SEED Timothy; steady. $2.7&fJ3.2E.
CORN MEAL Steady, $2.50.
BRAN Julet; sacked, east track, 74c
HAY Steady: timothy. $8 01X312.50: prairie.
IRON COTTON TIES $1.05.
HEMP TWINE 6c.
PROVISIONS Pork. steady; Jobbing.
standard mess, $12.65; lard, steady, $7.621:
bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts. $10.00;
clear riDs. iiv.uu: snort clear, $10.50.
POULTRY Steady; chickens, c
springs. 10c; turkeys, old 15c; duck. Dc
ri u n t. k Bteaay
EGGS Lower, 17US19c, loss off.
Fiour, bbia. li.i.V 10. wO
Wheat, bu 49.000 72,000
Corn, bu S,0"0 55.000
Oat, bu So, QUO 2k,000
Kaasas City Grata aad Provlsloas.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. US. WHEAT Sep
tember, 6tT4c- December, 66;iflTc. Cash:
No. 2 hard. 72'aTSc: No. S. ;afc,9.i: No. 4.
i4J6:c: rejected, 5046.:; No. $ red, 7Jlc;
No 1. TVoTVoi
CORN O-tober. 4OW0Vic! December. 39 H
fiSSHrc; M.ny. S9Vi3SHc. Cash: No. 1
mixed. 42c: No. 2 white. 4So: No. 1. 42Uc.
OATS No. 2 white, 834.?c; No. 3 mliei.
rye-No. 2. sn&e:.
HAY Choice timothy, 19 5fvgi0.00; choice
BUTTER Creamery. WHflltSc; dairy,
EGGS Fresh, 17c.
EGGS Steady i Missouri snd Kansas
stock, cases returned. 17o psr dos. : new No.
1 whitewood cases Included. 17c.
Wheat, bu 1 0 liS.otO
Corn, bu 36 .000 (4.400
Oats, bu 10,000 (.000
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 26. DRY GOODS
The end of the week In dry goods shows
little more activity from general buyers,
the majority of whom continue to display
conservatism, which has marked operations
for some time. Tightness of the money
market is an operative factor, and aa the
current necessities are llksly to Increase
as the season advances, operations. It is
believed, 'will continue on a limited scale.
Exports aad Imports at Hsvr York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 26 Total Imports of
merchandise and dry goods at the port of
New York this week wers valued at $9,809.
P.Tt. Total Imports of specie at the port of
New Yoric for this week were tl6.6!H silver
and $127,296 gold. Total exports of specie
j for the week were JM,H silver and $4,102
Philadelphia Prodare Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Sect. 26. BUTTER
The butter market was unchanged; west
ern creamerlea. 21HCI prints, z:c.
t-GUB Firm; lair demand; fresh, nearby.
25c. loss off: western. ??tT-4c; southwestern.
iluTTT.T: soutnern, HKfT-ic.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
fancy, 12c; Chicago, llHtltlc; fair to
good. leUc. '
Mlaaeapolla Wheat, Floar aad Braat.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 26 WTIEAT De
cern Per. TSitjC; atsy. lojr.aHc on track:
No. 1 hard. S5Vc: No. I northern. 8IVc;
No. 2 northern, 777$c; No. t northern,
FLOUR First patents. $4453456: second
patents. H 3iU 45: rrat clears, $3Jj3.T6
second clears. tl SOfi .
BRAN-In bulk. $13.76.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL Sept. 26 WHEAT 8pot,
No. i rd. western, winter dull. 6s lVid:
No. 1 northern spring, no stock: futures
quiet; September nominal; October, 6s 3Vt2
CtiHN Foot. American mixed, quiet, 4i
(d: futures dull. October, 4a 4Sdi No. 4.
4a 4d; December, 4s 44.
Mllveaakee Grata Msrket.
MILWAUKEE, Copt. I. WH E AT
8teadv: No. I northern. 8&u'51c; No. t
northern. XVthoc: New Decetnber. 7!c
RYFj Steadv; No 1. 67a67Sc.
BARLEY Dull; No. L aci sample. 479
CORN December. 4ic.
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA. Sept. 2. CORN-Bteady
Arm No 1 til.i': No. d. liVc.
OATai-Steadv: No. I whits, lVS87VsC',
No. white, .v3i-c-
Dalath Grala Market.
DULUTH. 8ept 26. WHEAT On track.
No. I nortnern. aoSc; No. I northern, Tifec;
TOLEDO. Sept- pi. SEEDS Clover: Oc
tober, et.17V. December. tn-tS: January,
H tO- Timothy, fUi mVm U
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Qraicf Ehow Borne Firmnei! on the Boird
PRXES ARE FULLY
Provlalons Ave Dull aad Parkers 4 onae
Forward te tapport the Market
OetoSer Pork Dropi
CHICAGO, Sept 26 Grain ruled steady
and kept within small ranges. December
wheat closed SfV higher, with corn ior
the si me month unchanged and oats up
H'- Provisions were irregular, closing un
changed to 3i)c lower.
Steady cables and only fair receipts en
couraged loc&l wheat bulls and commlsalon
nouses to support the market at the start
with the result that the December option,
after a steady opening at a shade to Vo
higher. 77c, to ViJ-Sc, sold up to 77Hc.
In the face of favorble conditions ahrod.
however, together with prediction! of heavy
northwestern receipta next week, tne firm
ness gave way and quantities of long wheat
came out, carrying teceinier oaca to 760.
A fair demand sprang up later due to an
Improved cash demand reported from Min
neapolis and there was covering at the
decline. December closed steady, at 77c,
a net gain of Vgie. Trading was of g jrl
volume. Cleaifinces o wheat and Hour
were equal to 128.5X1 bu.. with primary re
ceipts 1.1200 bu... agilnst l.lit.KO bu. a
year ago. Minneapolis and Duluth re-
rorted receipts of 820 cars, which, with
he local receipts of 67 cars, one-of cn
tract grade, made a total for the three
points of 8R7 cars, sgainst io1 cars list
week and l.rSS cirs last year.
Corn started firm on the cables and a
large shipping demand but several local
long holders took advantage of the ad
vance and threw a large quantity of the
grain on the market and resultinr in a
break of r. under yesterday's price for
December. Toward the end of the session
a fair commission demand developed on
Indications for frosts in the corn belt, snd
December reacted to 46'ne. where It closed
stesdy and unchanged, after ranging be
tween 464r4V and 46c. Local receipts
were 600 curs, with 47 of contract arcade.
Oats were steady with trading chiefly of
a scalping nature. Prices held well on
the steiidy tone in other grain-. There
was little feature In the tranaictlons. De
cember closed V higher at 371c, having
nein net wee n jese and Stc. Jocal re
ceipts were 98 cars.
Provisions were dull, although prices
held steady for the most part on upport
Dy tne packers. There was a goad ad
vance In lard, but the demand ceaaej and
prices drooped back. October nork w.is
sold freely and receded to $11. BS. a loss of
HOC. at the close. October lard and ribs
closed unchanged at $7.62 and $9.2".
Kstimated reeemts for Mondav: Wheat.
to cars; corn, 73 cars; oats, 240 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged aa fallows:
Articles. Open. High.) Low. Close. I Yos'y
46 (fJH1 4tH,46K(fi- XHtT-'i,
37 27' S7 $7U
S8H V SS JTS,
11 90 11 11 90 12 !0
12 10 11 5 11 9S 12 25
U 66 12 37tt 12 37H VS 50
10 75 10 . 10 50 10 60
7 56 T 5H 7 62 7 52H
W TTVs 6 ( 60
15 f 15 t 15 15
S20 15 920 920
60 6 60 6 50 6 tTM
38 y j
No. I. a New.
Cash quotations were ss follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter patents, $3 909
1.10; straights, $3 5033.60: spring patents.
$4.2094.30; straights. $3.SO34.00; bakers'. $2.60
WHEAT No. J red. ToSTOHc.
CORN No. 2, 47c: No. 2 yellow, 48ifW9iic.
OATS No. 2. 4-4e: No. 2 white. &3Sc;
No. S white. 37v,ifj38c.
BARLEY Good feeding. 48u50c; fair to
choice maltlnaT, 61'59c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 97Hc;No. 1 north
western. $1.0$; prime timothy. $3.10; clover,
contract grade, $10, nominal.
PROVISIONS Mesa pork, per bbL, $11.90
CT13 00. Lard, per W0 lbs.. $10.50(310.75. Short
libs sides, (loose), $8. 75$$ 00. Dry salted
shoulders (boxed). $6 ?.7S. Short clear
Ides (boxed). $8.759.25.
The following were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and gralr:
. . 7.KTJ)
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market waa steady; creameries, 16.1 He;
daiilea, H&Wfrc. Cheese, steady. UHallHc
Eggs, steady, at mark, cases Included, 179
SEW YORK OE.1ERAL MARKET.
Qaotatloas of the Day oat Varloaa
NEW YORK. Sept, 26,-FLOIrR Receipts,
16.695 bbls.; exports, 15,626 bbls.; market
about steady: winter extras. $2.904i4.2Ci; Min
nesota bakers. $3 65434.10; winter low grades,
$2.7ijg.60. Rye flour, stsadv; flr to good,
U-VWS.M); choice to fancy. $3.463.60.
CORNMEAL Dull: yellow western. tLlO:
City, $1.18; kiln dried. $3.25&a.30.
RYE Firmer: No. 2 western. 63c. f. o.
b,, afloat: stats and Jersey. HQaSe.
BARLEY Quiet : feeding. E2c. c. 1. f.,
Buffalo; malting, 64V33c, c. i. f.. Buffalo.
WHEAT Kecelpts. 4.07 bu.: exports. 26.971
bu Spot, steady; No. 2 red, 81c, elevator,
and Khic, f. o. b., afloat: No. 1 northern,
ituiutn. mnc. r. o. o., anoat: jno. i cara,
Manitoba. S0c. f. o. b., afloat. Options
ware quiet but firm on covering, induced
by higher rabies, stronger northwest mar
kets, showers In spring whest ststes snd
reports thst the local stocks had all been
sold for export, especially September. After
Declining snarpiy unuer long sates wnest
rained again ana cioaea nrm at 4c net
advance. Mav. 83-3 &3Hc. closed at 63Hc;
September. 84S64'4C. closed at Mc; Decem
ber. H 1-I6tr53"c, closed st S3c.
CORN Receipts, 61 660 bu.; exports. (0 bu.
Spot, stesdy; No. t, 52c, nominal, elevator,
snd K3VSfo4c. f. o. b.. afloat: No. 2 yellow.
(6c: No. t whits, 64c. The option market
was firmer witn wneat, togstner with rears
of declining temreraturea In the west and
better cables. The late market was Ir
regular with wheat, finally closing steadv.
tso net advenes. September cloed at 62c;
December. t:k43P3c. closed at 621c
OATS Receipts. 91.520 bu.; exports, 6,022
bu. Hpot, auu: standard wnite. 4zc; no. i.
40c; No. t wht'e. 42c; No. 1 white. 4H4c;
track white. tZtBAHe.
HAT-ly: shipping. 6n05o: good to
choice. I7e0c. '
HOl'B-nrm medium to cnoice. two crop,
$S4?r,c; olds, 81lc; Pacific coast, 19d crop.
medium to choice, !7rjS3c; common to
chnlee. 1 crop. 2126ic; olds. IKiW.
HIDE Steadv; Ualveston. 20 to 36 lbs
lfc; California. 21 to 25 lbs., 19c; Texas dry,
24 to 90 lbs . 13c.
If ATHKR Steady: sold, 2S?S25Hc.
RICB Steady ; do-nestlc. fair to choice
dV6ic: Japan. Eifrc.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family $10 SO
711 60; mess. $ Ofvfii 50: beef hsms, $21 Vi
23 00: packet, $9.00010.00; city extra mess.
114.50OT6.0O. Cut meats, unsettled: pica led I
bellies. 19 259.50: pickled shoulders. $;
Hck'ed hams, ril KTi U.no, Iard. steady;
western stemmed. $8 60; refined eav: conti
nent, $S90: South Amerlnn, 1M 90: compound,
17 60. Pork, dull; f-rM'v 19; short clear,
$1 nitffiT 00: meaa $14.7fff 15.60.
BITTER Steadv: extra creamery, tltic;
extra factory. lSUjn5V: creamery, com
mon to choice. 16321c: Imitation creamerv.
14"ll6c; stats dairy, 153"J0c; renovated, W$
OTEE9B Strong: state full cream, fsncv
sw"ll colored, 12c; It rue colored, llc; small
whl'e 12c: large white, llsc.
fWl?- F4r"- tata snd vannay1vanta
farcy m'xe't "tfitlc sf'te and Pennsvlvsn'a
secords to flrata. t tSS"? wes'e-n extras. ;c:
western tMrds to seconds, r1e; western
flr-f rf; refrigerator 20g21c.
TALLOW Dull; city. tc; country. 4H
poi'l ty Alive and dressed, steady snd
Beak flearlsaw for Week.
OMAHA. Sept. 58. Bank elearinss for ths
wee' ending today, compared with, the cor-reec-dlng
dates of the vear orevlous. ars
as follows, snd show a decrees fro-n ths
sains week ot last year n' $19,861.1!:
.$i.5ii Mi.t ti tw.tm si
I lTaanaon 1 rn ?a
1 w .rA o.t
1 I4 ajcT 42
, l.ta.iss io
1 M Ortt fm
1.1. 571 23
.$7.644.265. $u $7,i,H U
Weekly Bank Statenaont.
NTTW YORK. Sept, M. The statement ot
avers res of ths clearing house banks of this
,.l t frvp Ilia It shows:
sim IK. iisl ifn -iisa n."Ni
poalta. $9ol..'i4S.jn0: decrease. t 137.100; cir
culation. $.'. fi- 0, Increase. $."1 "; leil
tender. $71. M :.. Increase. $"?. ti; ape' le,
$l.i6.an, derreaae. $l.n,l': rewrve, $:ry.
H"; decrease, $h3S,S'; reserve requited.
$220 3. ... decresae. $2 "'V3.726; surplus, $14.
5tK, Increase. $l.7VS,025.
JEW YORK STOCKS A tl BOJDi.
Market la reverts with ieve signs
of I rirat Llqnldstloa.
NEW YORK. Sent. 26 Today stork
market was kept unsettled snd feverlah
by signs of renewed liquidation at some
points of the urgent and preclpltste char
acter which threatened the situation on
Thursday and which was checked by yes
terday s protective measures taken by the
jreat ha n King interests. 1 ne course 01 toe
jendon market this morning Indicated that
the stock purchased yesterday for support-
ng purposes would oe tor saie again at
any favorable market opportunity. 1 his
had the effect of discouraging the profes
sional operators who were waiting for a
turn on the long side of the market, hav
ing cloed out their short accounts yester
day. The market also developed evidences
of support on declines. The obvious pur
pose la to onng aDoui a condition in
greater stabllltv. pending the working out
of the financial situation. A disorderly
break In nrlces is dreaded for the panicky
conditions vhlch It might bring sbout. but
the feeling continues generallv that mere
Is liquidation still to be effected. It Is also
considered undesirable to undertake any
campaign for an advance In face of the
money requlrementa for the crops. The
bank statement was regarded as satisfac
tory and especially In the loan contrsc
tlon of upward of tS.00O.no0. reflecting ths
good progress made In the necessary pro
cess of liquidation. Hopes are entertained
that this process will begin to be effective
In restoring the Impairment of credit which
has overhung the market like a cloud and
Ir.tected all minds with distrust ana ap
The moat noiaoie wutng rtrurr
was In the United States Steel securities.
Baltimore Ohio and tne local tractions.
United States Steel fell to yesterday's low
record, and the preferred to within Vi of
It. while the bonds made a new record at
70'i. The weakness In these securities con
tinued to haw a large sentimental enert
,i.h,r, In the list. The selling which
developed on the favorable bank statement
was also evidence 01 tne conimueu ipui
and probable neosalty to sei' fiocks on
every avallanle opportunity. ine mitv
closed unsettled and Irregular.
Bonds have declined in sympatny w-im
stocks. United States new 4's advanced S.
,v. 1 tha old registered 2. The 2's de
clined 1H per cent, as compared with the
cloning call of laat wee.
Fo'lowing are the closing quotations on
the New Tork Stock exenangs:
2St. Paul rS
a Dfa 7 Sout hern Pacific S
ta.uimnr a. niiia 71 Southern Rallwsr .. 1
do sta I P' :
Canadian Pacific lit .Texas Patlflc
trml ot N. J l ri . i at i'ti
h a. rihio 1 o via
Chlf-ajo a Altos...'. V'Dion PaclSo
c?o pid 1 I oo P'
Chlcaio Ot. W.... 14'abaah
do u pfd a do ptd
Chicaao l N. W....1M ' U
Chicago T. T v 'll Central ....
do pfd Uyi do p!4
C. C. C. at 8L L,.. 7 Adama Eipreaa ..
Colo. Uouthara Hi.'1 Amr. Kipreas ..
do lit pid I 8. Expraes
no in lld t ;Welli-rario Ex..
Dala. St Uudion Ill Amal. to:jl ...
lla., U W MU tAnicr. C. F....
I,v Je a. a xoi do ptd
. . .xz
.. 70 ismer. Lin. uu...
.. U so ptd
.. aJ Am. locomotive
..4 do ptd
..16') 'Anir. I- at R. ...
do lat ptd
do Id pfd
Gt. Nor. pfd
Hocking Valley .
Illinois Central .
.. 6 do pra
79 'Amer. Bugs' Refin...llova
...lXTAna. Mlnlus Co
Iowa Central ....
... IS urn. nap. xr
... il jCole. r. at I
...It Cooaolldatad Oas .
...14 IGeneral Klactrlo ..
... 9 Inta'l Papor
...ltl'il o pfd
...1H4 .fnt'&'l Pump
... 10 I do ptd
... J National Blx-ult .
... 174 National Lead ...
.,. ia :No American ....
Kanaaa Cltr So..
Louis. It Naak...
Manhattan L ....
Met. 8t. Ky
Minn. St. L
Missouri Paclfio .
M.. K. T
R. K. of M. old. 17 Pacific Mall
M. T. Central llo"i Popl'a tlaa
Norloia St weaters.. 67i Preaaed Ptaal Car.
do M U l ot Ptd
Ontario Weaurn.. Pnllmaa PaJ. Car.
119 Republic Steel
I- i' A at. I... aa I do pfd ...
,0 tfc uu tier uimi
do lit pM
do Id pfd
Tens. C. I.,
V. 8. leather..
V. 8 Robber..
Rotk lalaad Co.
Bt. L. A 8 r...
da 1st pfd....
do 2d ptd....
4 v. steal
11' do pfd
, t Weatarn Union
St L. 8. W
Kew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. -Sent. 26. MONEY Prime
mercantile paper. &aoi per cent.
BTtRLlMl t,Altt A.Ntjir., oieaiiy, witn
antii.il business in bankers bills at $4.2(i
4.8625 for demand and at $4.8235'(j4.82l9 for
sixty day bills: posted rates, h w ana not;
commercial ouia, n
SILVER Bar, 69c; Mexican aouars,
BON DS government. stewoy; raiiroaa
Irreeular: money on call, nominal; no loans,
The closing quotations on oonas are as
U. S. nf. la. ref... 10 iRoeklna Val. 4a....l04
ds coupon i"'a i. St rt. ani. aa
ta. res I0 M". a sold 4a 10S
do couson 109Mex. Central 4a 71
do new 4a, ra....isolri do lat Ine 13
do coupon liS'tMlna. at St. L. 4a... ' V
do old 4e. rag 111 M., K. 4t T. 4a tT
do coupon llli do ta 74
do ta, ref 112 Nat R R of M e. 4a. . 74
do coupon 102 N. T. C. g. Sa M
Atch. gen. 4a N. J. C. (en. ta K7
do ad). 4a W No. Pacific 4s 101
Atlantic C. L. 4a...: " do Sa T0
Bal. Ohio 4a 101 N. A W. con. 4a M
do Sa ! fire. I. L. 4a A P...
Central of Ca. ta m Pans. con. Sa as
do la Ids V Readies gen. 4a M
Ches. A Ohio 4a....l018t. L. A I M c Is. 111
Chicago A. J'a... lit L t S r f. 4a... 7
r . B. A O. a. 4s.... MS St. L. s.
c. M A 8t P a. 4a.. .If4 Seaboard A.
C. A N. W. c. "a. ...111 So. Paclfio 4a.
C. R. I. P. 4s....
do col. ta
C C C A Bt L 4a..
Chicaao Tar. 4a
Con. Tobacco 4s
Tolorado Ro. 4o
Denver A R. O 4a..
Kris prior lien 4s....
111 fo. Rallwae f 112
72 Ten. A Pacific la... 114
o T.. 8t. U A W. 4a.. 70
74 I'nloa Pacific 4a aa
tl do cone. 4a ?
n t'. g. Steal Id 6s 70
ss Wabaah la 114
M! do dab. II u4
kj W. A L. BS. 4a M
do general 4a. . . .
r. W. A D C la....lW Wla Central 4s
London Stoen Market.
LONDON. Sept. 26. Closing quotations:
Consols for moaer..St 114 New York Central. ...111
do accoutil aa s-ia nonois a w tatera... ari
1 da pfd
Baltl.nors A Okie...
Chcaapeake A Okie
Chicago O. W
C . M. A St.. P
Denrer A R. O
do 1st pfd
. S4 Oatarlo A Western.
. 91 Pennarlvaala
. rr Raad Mtnea
. S do IX ptd
. 14 I do td pfd
.141 Southern Railatar..
. lt do pfd
. ti Southern Paclc...
. TJ;lnloa Pacific
.94 do pfd
. .' tatted states Start.
do 14 pfd 47
Illinois Central 1SS
Loulaellle A Nach...lvJ
Mlaaourt. K. A T ... 18
BAR SILVER $7 7-16d per ounce.
MONEY 214 per cent. The rate of dis
count In the open market for ahort bills
In 4 per cent and for three months' bills is
44S per cent.
Boston Stork ttnotatloas.
BOSTON. Sept. 26 -Cull loans. 14 per
cent; time loans. tyo per cent, ortlclal
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
Atchlaoa 41 Amalgaatatad 40
do ptd S7 D.lf Wast a
Botoa A Alhaar 144 Eibghaas ti
Bolton A Maine 147 Calumet A Heels 444
Boston Eleratad 114 Centeaslal la
N. T . N. H. A H. .la Copper 4
rttchourg pfd 14 Uoislnloa Coal
I'nlos pacific 43 rrat.klia
Mx. Central 11 lata Kojaie ...
Amer. Sugar UOVMohawk
Amer T. T liivold I'onJnloa
Domlnlos I. A 1 11 jOaceola
Oeueral Electric ,...144
Maaa. Electric 17
da ptd 77
t'nlted Prult II
V. 8. Steel... 14
do pfd 41
Santa Pa Copper.
Inlted BUtea ...
Weatii.sa. Common.. 74
Neve York MlalasT tsaotatleas.
NEW YORK. Sept 26,-The following ars
the quotations on mining stocks:
Adams Cos 14 Little Chief ....
Ana 14 Oiue-le
braces It I'isir
Brunawkk Con 4 l-aaaalx
'oa.en-k Tunnel 4 Potosl
(oa. al. A Va 1M Savaga
tKsdwod Terra Iu4 :erra Nevada
Hum Bilrer Im Snjall Heites .
I run 8i:r 1 Sisuuard
Lead ri lie tee 3
LONDON. Sept. 26. Money was In sctlvs
Inquiry today and the market was bare.
Iltount a were nrm, owing to the dearness
of money and the weakness of foreign
exchanges. Busmet-s on the Stock exchange
openvd more cheerlul and there waa a frao-
tluntil rally in many deuirtmenta. After
the forced selling bad ended there waa atlll
uuexineaa and fears of some failure at tne
settlement next week, as a result of the
hevy decline of prices. Cooaula improved
but closed below the best quotations of
the day. Home rails had a better tone.
Americaua obened steady and Kent rail
higher' on professional suptort In New
York, but clu-d uulet Kaffirs wars bus
ixird atiuier, til a ouru
mlssloner of South Africa, had accepted
the colonial eeeretaryahlp.
PARIS. Sept. 21 Prices on the Bourse
today opened stronger, owing to favorabis
advices frum I-ondon and New Tork. snd
closed firm. The private rata of discount
was 2 11-M.
BERLIN, Sept. 26 Operators on the
Bourse tdav were busy with end-of-the-ntonth
engsgements. Prices were fslrly
NEW YORK. Sent. 26 COTTON-Ths
msrket opened stesdy net 4 points lower to
4 points higher, snd ruled rather irregular
thin a limited range. Hist it was ranter
easy, following the cables, generally lav
orable weather, liquidation and bar pres
sure; but later It steadied uplto abiut last
night s finals on buying on the reaction
theorv. Tradlna waa not active and senti
ment uncertain. The market. sftr ths re
covery, ruled about steady. September
old to 10 45c.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 26.-COTT024
Futures, stesdy; October, 9 34&V55c: No
vember, 9.3",eSlc; December, 9.19'(73c;
January, ,r9 34c; February, 9 3i3S-j
March, 9 4.Vtf 4tic. Spot, easy; sslea. 1,909
bales: Ordinary, t 3-16c: go d ordinary,
6c; low middling, 9V: middling, 9c; good
middling, 10 1-18.': middling fair, Vt 7-lttc;
receipts, i.iii bales; stocg. si.i'M naies.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 6. COTTON Steady
to He lower; middling. 9Tc. dales, none;
receipts. 50 bales; shipments, 61 b.U'S,
strKk. 724 hales.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 26. COTTON Spot,
quiet; prices 14 point lower. American
middling fair. f.TSd; good middling, e..1!:
middling, gofid; low middling. 6.M; good
ordinary, 6.3mI; ordinary. 6 1st. The sales
ot tne aay were j.iw oaies, or wnicn tav
were for aoeculatlon and exDrt. and in
cluded l.Pw American. Receipts, none.
Futures opened quiet snd cloaed easy.
American middling, g. o. c. September,
5.:d; September and October, 6. 28 J; Octo
ber snd November, 6 no; .sovemner ana
December. 6.076.1; December and Jan
uary, 605d; January and Februiry, 6ti3d:
February and March. 6.03d; March and
April. 6.UM; April and May. $5. 02 'u 5.03d.
NEW TORK. Sept. 36. WOOL Quiet;
domestic fleece, 2Kij32c.
ST. L.OUIH, Sept. 26. wood steady;
medium grartts. combing snd clothing, liva
21c; light fine, lSKu.c; heavy fine, 12tf
14c; tub-washed, A.tOc.
LONDON. Sept. 26. WOOL The offer-
Ingi at the auction sales today were 10.656
bale. Competition was brlsK for good
and fine grades. Most of the offerings were
medium to low grade. Scoured was In
good demand and cross-breds were in de
mand. Prices were Irregular. Next week
24.480 bales will be offered. Following are
1. . 1 I .1 . - 1 . X. Onnll, U.U,
in,- Bnirn ill l.r i -11 . . ' - . . . . , . , ,
4.900 bales: scoured, ad; greasy, bd.
Queensland. l.ltiO bales; scoured. Is Vd;
greasy. 7s 4d. South Australia. 200 bales;
scoured, tfd'uls; greasy, uta. west Austra
lia. 100 bales: sressv. 7Hal0d. Tasmania.
32 bales; greasy, 10d. New Zealand, 3.000
bales; scoured. 6d. cape or uooa none
and Natal, 300 bales; scoured. jsta;
areesv. 7d. British Columbia, aw oaies
scoured, 8i'511d. The arrivals for the next
perle amount tn zt.JAi bales,, inciuoing
3,500 forwarded direct to spiuner.
flnarar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Sent. 26. SVOAR Raw
firm; fair refining. lc: centrifugal 96
molasses sugar. S 6-32c; refined, firm- No. ,
4 50c; No. 7, 4 4tc; ro. s. 4oc; ro. . i .oc;
No. 10, 4.30c; No. 11, 4.25c; No. 12. 4.2t.c; No,
13, 4.15c; No. 14, 4.10c; confectioners' a,
475c: mould a. 5.15c: cut loaf. 6.5)c
cruahed. 6.50c; powdered, (.50c; granulate!,
4.9c; cubes. 5. 15c.
MOLASSES Firm ; New Orleans, open
kettle, srood to choice. Blffie.
COFFEE Spot Rio. steadv; No. 7. In
voice 6?a 1-16C! old. steadv: Cordova. 7c
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 26. SUGAR
Quiet; O. K. centrifugal. 3ac; yellow,
3 l-16'3'4c: seconds, 2Wc. '
MOLASSES Dull; centrifugal, 11c; new
cane syrup, 40c.
Oil nnd Roaln
OIL CITY, Sept. 26. OIL Credit bal-
re . . 1A,a na K.1S artlnmanta
Kliuni, fl.vgj, cri llllt.tirn, 1 1 v inm, piiiiiiwiilj.
69.891 bbls., average 67.329 bbia.; runs, 9.434
bbls., average 76.362 bbls.; shipments, Limn,
4B,H22 bbls.. average si,35 noia.
SAVANNAH, Ga Sept, 26. OIL Turpen
tine, nothing doing.
ROSIN Steadv: A. B. C D. E. $2.26: O,
$2.36; H, $2.6"i; K. $3 70; M. $3.90; N. $3.95;
W a. $4.10: W W. 14.26.
NEW YORK. SeDt. 26. OIL Petroleum.
steady; refined New York, ts.86: Philadel
phia and Bal'imore. 18.69; Philadelphia, and
Baltimore In bulk, 5.40.
ROSIN Firm ; strained, common to good.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlt.
NEW YORK. Sept. 26 EVAPORATED
APPLES The market for evaporated ap
oles Is oulet. Common are Quoted at 4fifc
prime, 6&6c;. choice, &3c; .fancy, 6V
PRUNES Spot prunes ruled stesdy to
firm with a rood demand for the larger-
slxed; quotations range from 3e to 7o for
APRICOTS Ars In fair demand and
prb es fully maintained. Extra choice at
9-M510UC and fancr at 10HU12C
PEACHES Are attracting a fair request
snd are generally firm In price; choice
ere quoted st 7UC snd sxtra cnoice si
NEW YORK. Sent. 26. The situation lo
cally was dull snd unchanged today, witn
the leading meiais rainy steaoy, situ icau,
owing to limited spot siocks. nrm.
iron Was more or less unsettled.
though nominally without change from
COPPER Lske snd electrolytlo, $13.50
Dr. A D $4.60.
BT LOlMft. Sent. 26. METALS Load,
steady, $4.40. Spelter, steady, $5.60,
K-r-w YORK. Sent. 26. COFFEE The
n,rli for coffee futures opened steady
at a decline of 6 points, following A heavier
Braxillan report ana a oecune oi nai reis
In the Santos market. The Interior re
ceipts were small, nowsver. auropean c
hi.a atxidv and there was s continuation
h cmtrlne demand recently noticed.
The market led on mat dssis. oaies were
SO. 000 bags. Including uctooer at i. w;
Nnv.itttvr a ttfn, wc Licce niir. i ivutiw
.lanitsrv. 4.S034 85C: March, 4.96t2C00c; May,
5.10ii.15e; July, 6.2sc.
PEORIA. Sept. 26 WHISKY Steady, on
"flT. IXH'IS. Sept. 26. WrHI8KY-flteady,
on basis of tl.. M
CINCINNA1I. Bern. a.-niiioii-m-tillers-
finished goods, steady, on basl of
Slonz City Live Stork Market.
nrrvrv CITY. Ia. Beot 26. (Soocla Tel-
egram.l-CATTLE-Recelpta. lotf; market
unchanged; Deoves. .wyj.w, ww-,, u.n,
-t enlead t? .UVM.7S: atockers and feeders.
$2 fS3 90: calves and yearlings. $2.2o3.C.
lllGo rteceipts, 1,0"V. WU.i9.r-i. lu.l,
selling at lo.Gf. J4.67; bulk, $6.60S6.65.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. pt. X. CATTLE Re-
inti heud: market steady.
HOGS Kecelpts, z.uy neaa; stesoy; ngut,
$5 7tf.r5 90; medium and heavy, $6 90$aS.02
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18 head;
EMPEROR MAY NOT ATTEND
rnvelllstg of Wagnsr Monasaent Is
Canal ear Mark Anxiety
BERLIN, " Sept. 26. It la uncertain
whether Emperor William will be present
at the unveiling of ths Wagner monument,
October U- The managing commutes sap-
poses that he will and Is dally drilling a
squadron of trumpeter who are to salute
Ths music during ths week's celebration
will be less brilliant than the promoters
expected, the engagements of moat of ths
German artists having prevented their ac
ceptance of the Invitations sent to the-n
and the antagonism of the committee with
other of the German musical worl) havs
caused many refusal to attend the musical
Besides this, ths committee, to please ths
Wagner family, renounced Its intension to
Invite a number of composers and cr.tlci.
but ths Wagner family la not coming after
all. according to the latest report from
Bnlfonr Visits His Estatea.
LONDON. Sept 84. Premier Balfour and
Lord Eeher, deputy governor of Windsor
castle, left Balmoral today. Mr. Balfour
went to his estate at Whlttinghama. Pres
ton, and la not expected to return to Lon
don until after ths Sheffield meeting, Oc
llU AMi I lVk VI irk M W i FT
Viiinua iiiif jiuvu manuui
Oattlt Recfictg Libtral far th Week and !
r . . ;
A 1 bat Choice Q:de$ Cold Lower.
HOSS CLOSED ABOUT STEADY FOR WEEK
ArtlTO Demand for heep All Week
and Both Kat taaT and Feeders of
Good Qoallty May Re Qaoted
Steady to Mroag.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 26
Jaille. llofs. Sheep.
Week ending Sent. 2..SS,4fd
Week ending Sept. 19....29.)
Week ending Sept. 12,...23.3f.S
v eek ending Sept. 6. ...2t.43
Week ending Aug. 29....15.9-3
Snme week last year 86.2i.i7
HkLlvlPis 'OR 'HIE lkAlt TO DATK. !
i lie lonowina- table iliuai 1I10 lecelpts of
cat tie, Uoga snd sheep at bouib Ouiana fur
tne year to date ana comparisons witn last
1903. lo2. Inc.
Cattls 734.S.1 6MI.7SS M.135
Hogs l,7iu,9 1,74;.44 3,iiv
bhtep 1,044.99 9t;,r bi,1
Avorage prico paid lur nogs at eouiu
Omaha ior ins laat several uas with com
parisons: Data, I 1906. ;02.1901.l.USVt. 11896.11897.
I 23 7 M I 041 6 201 t 61
9tHi T 4e 6 111 4 14 I 6
6 7 M 6 7 I I 6 66
6 41-1.1 7 All 6 l.i. lit. I 191
8-ut. 4 .
6 46i 7 4U 6 26 01 4 S 2
I J 44i 6 4 6 (! 4 ti I Wi
( 44 i k St, 6 0t 4 0 W
oU'si ( 401 1 a 14 mi, ou
6 44i 7 01 6 $7' i 4 291 t bl
S 6.. 7 461 6 441 t 16 61
6JSI 7 4 6 3i 6 iUI 4 2t !
i 54ti J W, Soj 6 2o, 4 U S 77'
I 7 66 , 6 46. 6 0 4 2o I 7
t 65hl 6 6J 6 0u 4 $0 $ 63
5 tit ltd a I I iki 4 X); 1 ,2. $ hi
6 US 7 64 6 67 4 $41 8 68 S 61
6 64 I 7 421 6 62 It 13
$ 611 t SH
Sent. 1H ...
I 6NH 7 43 6 75 6 13 4 S2l 8 94
6 7oi 7 $7, 19 4 is, I 74
7 aa 6 76 6 22 4 311 1 71 4 C3
5 81 6 86 6 23 4 31 t 71 1 4 01
t 80 7 491 I 6 2H 4 S& -8 73 8 96
6 77S, 7 61 1 4 89; 4 41 $ 77 8 76
6 74, 7 67i 6 M' 6 14 8 77 c8
6 67'a 7 6o 6 80 15 16 4 4l 8 62
6 69 7 37 6 75 5 16 4 S9 8 71 1
Indicates Sunday. Indicates holiday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
rloads. cattle, nogs, ti rs.
C. M. at St. P. Ry.
Union Pacific Systsm
C. N. w. Ky
V., E. at M. V. R. R...
C, St. P., M. At O. Ry.
H, tc M. Ry
C. B. A U. Ry
C, R. I. 4 P., east
Total receipts 28
The disposition of -the dsy's receipts was
t follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
Buyers. - Cattle. Hogs.
Omaha Packing Co 366
Swift and Company 4 6.2
Armour & Co 793
Cudahy Packing Co 816
Lewis tc Underwood 48
Morton & 8 - 373
Other buyers 256 ....
. , ,
Total 308 3.C0)
CATTLE The receipts of cattle this week
are a little heev!r thia thry were a week
ago and there la but a very slight deciease
as compared with the corresponding week
of last yeer. Ths table above will show ths
Ths supply of corn fed steers has besn
light all tne week end, ss packers had to
havs a few, all desirable grades may be
quoted strong and active, with some claases
a llttls blgben. The kinds that havs ahown
the most Improvement are those that a
week ago were selling from $4 80 to 15.10
and that class may safely be quoted a dime
highest Short-feds such as sell from $4.(4
to $4.75, are not any higher than they were
a week ago, and In fact some of the com-
mon kinds, such as come In competition
lower. Flr to good cattle may be quoted
from $4 80 to $9.25 and choice from $5.25 to
The grass beef steers are lower for ths
week except where the quality is excep
tionally good. Anything good enough to
sell from $4.00 to $440 could probably be
quoted steady, but such kinds have been
extremely scarce so rar mis season, tne
general run of the fair to good westerns
sell from $3 26 to $3.80 and Texas cattle sell
from $3.00 to $3.26. With the exception of
the choicest grades tne general maraet on
western beef steers could safely be quoted
The cow market hos been very uneven all
the week, owing, no doubt. In a large meas
ure to the heavy receipts. Cornfed cows
snd heifers have been very scarce snd
probablv could be quoted about steady If at
all good. The ouik oi tnem wouio. sen rrom
l3,1?..; 5!'2' Wlt 'm''hin lrW?L ;J!l?!a
little higher. Grass cows are fully l(K615o
lower, except wnere tne quality is very
tne WW. ItM" aim: renin , a i ' i J I i oil,
$2 00 to $2.50. Veal calve, ars also sbout
f'to1 WrZS t'he-cTosV'of". XX&
rv7r3 00WformyO?hlT.,,paec AUa1,t0cMear...ocf.0Uo 'm
Ksm WtnhV .Sod :7,.ffaCThr: bulknof MsmUh lot. 17 and 18. re-plat
the fair to good catTle sell from $2.40 If $2.75 ' nla,tl?.r and hu'.'hand' Vo'LlVa
and canners from $1.75 to $2 25. T i Br"8t71er'".t"hfc"i
Bulla have not shown much change all I Johnson . nlO feet lot 2, block
There has been a heavy supply of stockers gn s ddltlori
and feeders on the market all the week Frank B "'bbard to Bamtiel A.
and consequently ths tendency of prices Forey st al., lot , b.ock i, Irvlng-
has been downward. Nearly all the offer- ton "v":""""V"
Ings came from the western ranges and Martin Zechmelster and wlfs to Ar
the bulk of them were of only fair quality. I nold W. Heyden. wU JiVt lot t, blocs
As a result ths strictly cholcs heavy - 1, Park Place addition
dehorned feeders have sold at lust sbout
stesdy prices all the week and could be
quoted from $3.76 to H 00. The general run
of stockers snd feeders, however, sre
154J?5o lower for the week, with common
stuff slmost unsalable at any price. Fair
to good grades could be quoted rrom IS la to
$3.G0 and common stuff from $3.00 down.
The week closed with very few cattle In
first hands, but there were still a good
many left In the hands of speculatora.
although the demand from the country has
been fxtr ail tne weeg.
HOG 8 There was a modsrate run of hogs
here this morning and the market opened
strong to a nickel higher. Heavy hogs
sold largely from $'.6, to $5.70. medium
weights went from $5 70 to $5.75 and lights
sold from $5 75 to $5 2H Trading was not
very actlva. owing psrtly to the fact thai
buyers and sellers could not agree on prices,
but largely to tne late arrival or trains.
The traina kept coming In all the forenoon
and, the same as usual, packers bought the
late arrivals lower than those that cam In
early. Ths close of the market was very
slow nad weak, most of ths advance being
For ths week receipts of hogs havs been
ery light, as there Is a dccree as com
pared with Isst week of about 10.600 head,
and aa compared with the same week of
last year the decrease amounts to sbout
8.000 head. Prlcea have fluctuated back
and forth to quite an extent, but closing
prices ars about tna same as tnev were a
week aro. today's average cost belns only
a shade under the average of last Saturday.
i. Sh. r.
AT. SB. FT
U4 ... I 41
til 10 I 41Uj
114 ... 144
114 10 t 4a
!7 to I 44
r.t in is
lit ... I 41
i7 ... t 44
rat 144 svrriA
r! to t rr
m to i nit
tt 144 M I Tl
71 t44 ... lit
..Mil 14 171
. ri at t to
44 I Tl
. .'! 41 I 71
..t ... I 724
..171 1M I 71
.171 ... I 71)
. t7 10 I 7t
..Ml 144 111
,..2aa lul I 71
. 1M'... I 10
..m as I to
..111 io l ui
tut t I 47 H
.:t ist i ?
vt m in
.144 144 I T4
14 144) I t4
... 4 70
SHEEP Recelbts of sheep and lambs
have been very heavy all the week, as there
Is sn Increase over last week of about
20000 head end as compared with the
sams week rl last vear there Is an Increase
of about 4 '-JO hsid.
The demund kaa been in good shape snd
a a result all desirable grades of both fat
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ISBELL & Co., 2 and 4cmcAGtK strcet'
'hP Imb. have met with ready elo
rong prices and at the close of the
week prices range sbout strong to a dime
higher thsn at the close of rsl week. Tak
1 Tl the week aa a whole the market has
S.n v"v sstiafsrtory condition.
r eeder buyers hsve slso teen on hsnd
in I;ira.a numbers snd the market on good
stuff may safely be quoted strong and
active. Tbe only kind that have dragged
at all la common ewes and common lamha.
the Istter In particular having been In
large supply and are perhaps a little lower
for the week.
Wuotstions f'.r grass stock: Cho ee west
ern lambs, $4 7MijiO; fair to good lambs,
$4 5'ti4 75; eholre ye'trllnas. $3. 5 4 00; fair
to good yearlings. $3.5iti3 76; choice weth
ers, $.1 Kfl.t uO; fair to good wethers. $.1.J
..: choice ewes I3.0i4ia2t: f.itr to govt
I ewes. $2 tsia2 1: choice feeder lamba, 14 Lt(t
4 M. imr to good feeder lambs, (,laiv,i4.i;
f"der earlliis. $3 2t"ti3 00; feeder weihers.
$3 oj i:,; fitter ewes, $1.5ii2 50. Rpre
t HK AOO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Light Rerelpte, with Normal Market
for All Stork, the Featnre.
CHICAOO. Sept. 26. CATTLE -Receipt.
1.2-m bend; nominal; eotxl to prime steers.
$5 Hi.ia; poor to medium. 3.i'ii5 25: stix-k-
era and rt,tters. $2.4X4,14 25; cow s. 11 4041 4 4";
heifers $2.iu4 75: ranners. $1 n'2 ;o; bulla.
$2.fl"ii4 60; calves. $3.6vi5.0; Texas fetl steers.
Hi G8 Receipts today. 4.fki: estimated
tomorrow. IXimi head; mixed and butch
ers. $5tyt'60; good to choice heavy, $5 75
it.25: rough and heavv. $."i 4v,ij,;i; light.
$5.7Mi6 40: bulk of sales. $5 65-ii6 116.
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts. 1. 500
head; steady; good to choice wethers, $3 If
4 25; fttir to choice mixed. t2.75H3.4u; west
ern sheep. $2 7;i4.26; nstive lambs, $3.yfj!
6.45; western lam Its, $3 75 wo 50.
Kansas City Live Stork Msrket.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. S6 CATTLE Re
celpts, SUM head; market unchanged: choice
export and dressed beef steers, $46hh5 90;
fair to good, $4 Mt4 90; stockers and fe.ler,
$3 50434.6ti; western fed steers. 12 4i-f4.50;
Texas and Indian steers. $2.3"tifl.25: Texas
cows, $1 loi?2.1.r; rtntlve cows, $1.6ti'o375: na
tive heifers. $:.4 60: csnners, $1.0002.36;
bulls, $2.0of3.Ot); calves. $2 0t'tI.oO. Receipts
for the week were 72,boO cattle and 697
HOGS Receipts. S.000 head; steadv to
strong; top, $6.0; bulk of sales. 65rM 06;
heavy. $52'a.00; mixed packers, to 9t9
6 10; light, $5.9.Vu6.05; yorkers, $6.00'u0R: pigs.
Biir-EJf a."si i.amhh Keceipts. none
lambs. $3.WVjiS 50; weatern lambs. 82.9010.15;
fed ewea. $2 fcg3.75: Texas clipped yearlings,
$2 50tfi4.00; Texas clipped sheep, $2 4'Vii3.75;
stockers and feeders, $2vl.Jj3.4TV. Receipt
for the week, 87.900.
err York Live Stork Market.
NEW TORK. Sept. 26 BEEVES Re
ceipts, 84 head, mainly consigned direct.
No sales reported. Dressed beef, steady;
city dressed natives, 6H'uVc. Cables last
received quoted American steers at gen
ersl sales, ll'fil2c. dressed weight; refrig
erator beef, 8Sfi9c per lb.. Exports, 1,824
beeves. 6M sheep, $.630 quarteia of beef.
CALVES Receipts, 107 head. Very little
trade reported. The only reported sales
were a few veals at 15.Oo-i9.00; city dressed
veals, Stt'fflSc per lb.
HOGS Receipts, 1,664 head; all consigned
SHEEP AND LAM Ms Receipts. 81
hend. Sheep, slow and weak; lambs, very .
slow, about He lower: sheep, $3.60; lambs,
$5.45fi6 75, not Including a car at $5 26:
dressed mutton. 5i8c per lb.; dressed
lambs, general sales, 8c per lb.
Hi. I.onts Lire Stoek Market.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 26 CATTLE Receipts,
7TO head. Including 500 Texans; market
steady; native shipping and export steers. '
$4.75fi5.75; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4 0oi.5i; steers Under 1.01 lbs., $3.5ifi6.25:
stot kers and feeders, $2.66414.00; cows and
heifers. $2.2r'j.OO; cannei-s. $2 0O(fi2.25: hulls,
$2.stij4.(i0; calves, t3.n04i6.60; Texas and In
dian steers, grass, $2e-ii4O0; fed, $3.7544.40;
cows and heifers, $2.ij2.65.
HXtS Receipt", 2,500 head; steady: pigs
and llghta. 6S.6t'f.D; packers. $6.40j.20;
butchers and best heavv, $o 2riti6.26.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipta, 20 head;
market, firm: native muttons, $3.004.00;
lambs, M.5V5i5. 75; culls snd bucks, $?25j-4.00;
Stork la Bight.
Following are ths receipts of llvs stock
at ths sis principal western cities yester
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 68 2.366
..1.200 6.0HO 1.600
.. 200 8.000
.. 7s- 2.500" 200
.. 200 2.119 12
.. 100 1.500
.7..61S "17,485 1.71J
Bt" jompnh "
Hl0,, 0tv '
REAL, ESTATB TRANSFERS.
DEEDS flledf for record yesterday as fur
bished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters,' 1614
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1614
Uinn.l, U.rl. n n Tt'llltoM
. . Wright, lot 2 and m lot 8, block
Robert Wlklund and wife to Fannie
E. Higgins, lot 14, block 19i Poppl
ton Park addition
John Power, sheriff, to Conservative
Loan and Trust company, 4 n)
lot 38, and s30 feet wft lot SI, Hart-
Ths T Unl'ed RV.l'&tat."Vn'dTrui;
man s sddltlsn
company to Hugh McCaffsry, lot 2,
block. , Maxwell s tn aaaition
, ' . . . - - XMmwmmt
, Henry rr.U andw.f. Msrgat
17. Farnam Smith
OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE.
We buy and sell Union Stock
Yards Stock, Stuth Omaha. '
1320 Farnam St. Tel. 1064
of Omaha, INb.
' U. i. atitsitw
Capital and Surplus, J4OO.000
PlANa MUtPIV, rraa.
tt a. wooa. v. rrss.
HAM T. lAHILTOt, Aatt. Cantke.
Racaiv aocouata sf aaaka. hajikan caraor
atloaa. aru as4 IstUeMaala sa tevseasts
lorelfs Wxchaaes basest as! aoll.
Lattara Craait iaauaS. aralUkls ta all
parts af tka varl..
Intareat sell Tlsia Certllcatea ef Depoett.
Csllettlaa. m4a sremptlr as! sceeemicsiiy.
W' rasaest aeiraati .aaeaee.
' VEARE GRAIN CO.
IIO-lll Board of Trade.
OMAHA, NEB. .
W. IC Ward. Manngor. ToL Itltl
va. noutn vjinniio.
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