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THE OMAIIA DAILY DEE; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER giT, 1fiQ4.
fUHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Confods and Western Stronj for the
Week, Others Steady
C'.WS TEN LOWER, HEAVY FEEDERS HIGHER
I. on Fifteen to Tnfnlr lllnher Tlian
i Week Aro, Fat and Ktfilcr 9heeu
.i.i.., I"nt Lambs 15c to Vfie
.1, l'reder Lambs Lower.
EOL'TII OMAHA, Srpt. 2k 1904.
.v.yia wtre; Cattle, liugs. Sut.ep.
V.-wai Monday o.-l ,JO ,ist
(....uji iue(iHy t,oiu 21,41s
v...cial v eaneailay il.M 6,i'47 ld.Huj
vu.i iul Tnutml.iy s.aiti
Uiiicutl r'rluny J,.j-o i.iji I4,ouo
Uliituu oaiuiilay tJ -Mm KM
Total this week Sn.Ul fclM-io
r Total Jhhi wevk ::,ivi iM.lH m.i.hi
I'jotal i'ik tM luro io.i-i
tunic three wei Ka ubu..Ij,mki Ji.iiJ , .Dol
i biiine lour wcekH :igi . . . . i.t, o 4J,ot 4d,wi
I bunie wci k last ycur....ii.li..'7 1S,i& tij.yfj
' i.Ci-n iei i uli 'tilli V iAFl '1U UAVK
The following table show tha receipt! of
caule, huga ana 8ne p ut cuuih Unituia fur
the year to uate. witn cuinpai l.iou with lust
' 19t4. liwl Inc. Dec.
Cattle bHitCl 77,714 .... LAMita
Hog 1.748. 1,744.1.!) 4,74
Sheep l.Ubi.oMi l.Uut.Ut ut.Tltt
Average price paid or nogs at South
Guiana lor the lasi atvtiai Cu,, with com-purmun:
Date. 1804. 13D)(.l02.1901.l0U.18Se.i
b. pt. 6 .
0 BO I
U) I 02(
ti lti & urn
I 4 (X),
3U t (Ml
4wi 8 2J
0 4i 6
6 21 1
4 K I II
4 22 S M
4 3oi a 61
4 DUI I M)
4 22 3 77
4 26 7
4 11 M
4 81 1
The oftlclal number tit car of atock
brought la today by each road was:
C. M. & Bt P 14
Wabash 1 .. ...
Unlou I'acltlo tiystem. 1 16 S 3
C. A N. W 4 .. 1
E. M. V.. ........ 1 20 .. ..
C. Bt. V., M. & 0 4
li. & M 6
C, H. I. A V., eaat.. .. 4 .,
ChluasTO (it. W estern. .. 2 .. ..
Total receipts 2 t!9 3
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the
number vl head indicated:
umana facKing- (.0 vsi
Bwiri and Coinpuny 31 bun
Cudahy Packing Co 2 1,262
Armour A Co 1,124
Armour Co., from S. C. .. 663
cuaatjy uros co...., 221
ISB Hoot & Co 34
Other buyers 64 ...
Totals 131 4,626 4,637
CATTLE A few cevrs of cattle were re
ported this mornlnKi but not enough were
on sale to make a market. For Uie week
receipts show an Increase over last week
of auout s.uoo head, but ai compared wKu
the same week 01 laat year there Is huh
a decrease, tne loss amounting to aboai
B.uuu Head. The receipts were well dl.tr. -uted
tnrough the week, with excepiMn
Ji'rlday, when there was a big lainiia
'The table above will show tne exact n
urea for eacn day lu cattle, hogs and
Corn-fed steers have been In light sup
ply all the week and with a good demand
the market has ruled active on desirable
grades and prices steady to strong. Halr
lat kinds, or those that come In competi
tion with westerns, have not been sought
after particularly; ' but mill even those
have sold to aa good advantage as they
did a week ago. (Jood to choice grades are
Quotable from 36.bO to 36.UO. fair to Kood
.(M to 36.60 and the shorter fed cuttle
irom 34.76 down.
Western rangers have made up the big
bulk of the orteiings all the week and a
large proportion of them have been fat
enough fur killers. The demand on most
days was fully equal to the supply and, In
fact, the more desirable grades are a little
stronger for the week, some sales showing
an advance of as much as 10&16c. The top
price of the week was 14. bo. The com
moner kinds of westerns are no more than
steady for the week, as there were a good
many of that class on sale. Good to choice
cattle are quotable from 33.76 to $4.26, with
' strictly prime from 34.26 to 34.76. Fair to
good cattle sell from 33.00 to 33.60 and com
mon stuff from 33.00 down.
Receipts of cows have also been liberal
most or tha week, but the market held utj
In very satisfactory manner the greater
part of the time. Receipts were made up
almost entirely of western rangers, so few
corn feds being received that It is hurd
to quote a market on them. Corn fed
rows, though, would probably sell from
33.00 to 33.60 and prime heifers would reach
34.00. The market on western grassers Is
a little uneven for the week, with the ten.
drney downward rather than otherwise.
The general market could probably be
quoted weak to lOo lower than at the
clone of last week. Some of tha choicest
grades have sold about steady, while others
have been lower, and the same is true of
tanners. The weakness Is most noticeable
on the medium kinds. Good to choice grass
rows may be quoted from $3.76 to 33.00,
with prime ones a little above that. Fair
to good cows sell from 32 60 to 32.76 and
runners and cutters largely from 31.75 to
32 40. -k
Bulls have not shown much rhanKe dur
ing th week, most of the offerings being
western rangers. They sell largely from
31.76 to 32.60, while corn-feds would bring
33.36 or better. Top on veal calves Is 35.60,
or the same as a week ago. Packers
steadfastly refuse to pay more than that
fr the best calf made.
The best feeder trade of the season, so
fur, was experienced this week. Uuyers
were on hand in largo numbers and the
trade assumed some of the activity of for
mer years. Good heavy rattle were In the
txixt demand and such kinds sold out of
first hand lCXfi.'Oo higher than at the clone
of last week, but nieculators claimed that
on Friday and Saturday they had to make
big reductions In order to dltiso of their
holdings to country buyers. Medium weight
cattle and light rattle, particularly If of
common quality, have been hard to move
nil the week, and such kinds are no more
than steady and In some rases lower.
Good to choice heavy rattle may be quoted
from 33.60 to 34.00; fair to good, 33.25 to
$3.60, and romnion stuff, from 33.00 down.
1 oow 8S0 1 60 4 cows 1000 I 10
1 bull 1420 t 25 13 cows 10U3 2 46
4 feeders.. 613 t 80
HOGS There was a small run of hogs
here this morning, even for a Saturday,
and as the demund for light and butcher
weights was as brisk as ever, the market
opened active on that class and strong to
a lili kel higher. After the more desirable
luuna were picked up. however, the market
slowed down, and packers would not give
over steady prices for the heavies, and
some of the buyers were trying to buy
them lower. As a result, trading was rather
slow, but prices were lust about Ktendy
with yrsterduy. Kven tne llkhter weights
on the close loft the early advance. Heavy
hogs told largely from $6.65 to $5.75, me
dium and mixed hogs from 36.76 to 35.86
nnd 1 1 k 1 1 1 and butcher weights from 35.36
to tr d.W.
For the week recolpts show a slight loss,
as compared with last week, ths decrease
amounting to about 4,000 head. As com-
I hi red with the same week of last year,
owevor, there Is a gain of about H).000
hend. Prices have fluctuuted up and down
a little, but the tendency has been upward,
nnd a net guln for the week of about 1W)
2c Is noted. This, In fact, has been the
high week of the seuson. Representative
Ar. Is. Pr.
, 4 ... I 04
Ml 10 t to
.H4 l.'O t 70
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til M It!
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BIIK.'il About Ihrea ran
Umbc au rivJ this niurulAg, bewdes those
M I 7714
44 I TTS(
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1W I T7S,
40 I mi
10 I M
44 I SO
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to I m
no 1 ei
41 I M
1:4 I W
44 I 10
M I ti'i
carried over from yeiterday, but no change
In Hie market took place. For the wetk
receipts have been very liberal, there be
ing an Increase over last week of about
21,100 head, and as compared Tilth the same
week of last year there Is an Increase of
about 27.0UO head. The receipts, though,
were pretty well distributed through tho
week, and ronsldcrlng the large run. the
market hold up In a very satisfactory man
ner. The demand for sheep from packers was
In good hupe all the wei k, and the market
on that class of ofTerlr. can be quoted
steady, with the close; oi last week. Trad
ing on most days was quite brisk, good
clearances being made of desirable grades.
A large proportion of the offerings has
consisted of lambs, and a good many of
them were fat enough for killers.
The general tendency of values was
downward, and prices for the week show a
net loss uf h'tiic. The good kinds have
Buffeicd aa well as the common, so that It
would not take a strictly prime bunch of
wtHterns to bring I5. Natives, however,
have sold up to $5.35.
The demand for feeders has been brisk
all the week, and feeder sheep may be
quoted steady. Feeder lambs, however,
have suffered In Fympathy with the derllno
on killers, and may ue quoted iodise lower.
Quotations for grass sheep and lambs:
Good to rhoice yearlings, $3.75tt4.ou; fair to
good yearlings, 33.5o''iJ!75; good to choice
wethers, 33.2ou3.6o; fair to good wethers,
$.'',.('t3 .25; good to choice ewes. 33.0ofg3.3O;
f.ilr to good ewes. $2.7ya3.0d; good to cnolce
html.'.'., 4.o'i5.00; fair to good lamba, 34.i.'0
4.6o; feeder yearlings, ;3.yg3.6: feeder
wethers, 3.25a3.oO; teeder ewes, 32.0O&2.6O:
fenler lambs. $3.75474.40; breeding ewes, $3.00
t'3.25. Representative sales:
No. Av. Pr.
4 Idaho culls 72 Jl 60
M Jdaho bucks 71 3 to
7 Wyoming buck lambs 65 8 2o
2 l'iiho ewes 75 8 40
2 Idaho wethers 60 8 65
170 Idaho feeder lambs 6!) 4 10
11 Idaho feeder lambs 69 4 10
146 Idaho feeder lambs 65 4 10
h6 Idaho feeder lambs , 66 4 10
2 Idaho feeder lambs 60 4 10
1) Idaho fet der lambs 67 4 10
442 Wyoming feeder lambs 69 4 2o
3l!t Wyoming feeder lamba 68 4 23
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady, Hogs Sheep an Lambs
CHICAGO. Bent. 24. CATTLE Receipts,
1,0W head; market, steady; good to prime
steers, $5.46.40; poor to medium, $3.0oy
5.4U; mockers and feeders, $2.O0ai'4 00; cows,
$1.5iVri4.6l; heifers, 32.OOg4.75; canners, $1.009)
l.xu; bulls, 3J 75'(i 4.00; calves, 33.OOii6.50; Texas
fed steers, $3.6i'u5 .5; western steers, $3.26
HUGS Receipts today, 8,000 head; esti
mated Monday, 26,000 head; market, strong;
mixed and butchers, $5.50(16.20; good to
choice hejivy, 35 8ft'q.20; rough heavy, I3.50M
6.75; light, 35.b0tfti.l5; bulk of sales, $5.8o
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,000
hend; sheep, strong; lambs, strong; good to
cnolce wetners, S3.6iiru4.zb; iair to cnoice
mixed, $r,.O0f8 3.SO; western sheep, $2.60Cu4.15:
native lambs, $3.60(6.00; western lambs, 33.50
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 24. CATTLE Re
ceipin, lieau, lliciuums w mjuinciim,
market unchanged: choice export and
dressed beef steers, $5.0Ce6.00; fair to good,
83.75fn5.0O; western steers. $3.i5r(j6.60; stock
em and feeders. $2.25a4.0O: southern steers.
$2.60rg3.i southern cows, $1.6o!2.66; native
cow:, $1.603.76; native, heifers, $2.5flrg4.76;
bulla, $1.7to3 60; calves, 32.5O&4.60. Receipts
for week, 78,300 head.
HOGS Receipts, 1,600 head; market
steady; top price, $5.96; bulk of sales, $5.80
6.S6; heavy, $5.8ufi5.90; packers, $5.80&6.96;
pigs and lights, $5.706.95. Receipts for the
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3.000
head; market steady; native lambs, 4.uo8
6.10; native wethers, $3.2fyg3.76; native ewee,
$;t.tW3.6o; western lamba, $4.00(86.10; western
yearlings, $3.50i3.1.80; western sheep, $3.26
8.65; stockers and feeders, 32.60(3.60. Re
ceipts for the week, st.bou.
Nevr York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24. BEEVES Re
ceipts, none; dressed beet steady at iWuc
for natlvo rides; exports today, 962 head
cattle, 60 head sheep and 7,300 quarters of
CALVES RecelDts. IM head: veals, slow
and about steady; westerns and grassers,
weak; veals sold at J4.0ory7.75: tops, S; a
few grnasers at $2.50; 1 car western at $3.60.
EHEKP AND LAMBS Reoeljits, 4,696
head; nheep, Arm to a fraction higher;
lambs, slow and barely steady; common to
prime lambs Bold at $5.00ra6.oo; two decks of
choice common to prime lambs sold at
36.37ts&6.50; common to choice sheep, $3.(Kij)
HOGS Receipts, 1,769 head; . none on
sale; market steady.
St. IiOnls Live Stock Market.
8T. LOUIS, Sept. 24. CATTLE Recolpts,
600 head; markee steady; native shipping
and export steers, $4.76y5.60; dressed beef
and butchers steers, $4.16)5.15; steers un
der 1,000 pounds,, $3.764.35: stockers and
feeders, $2.00roJ.00; cows and heifers, $2.00
4.00; canners. $1.00ru2.10; bulls, $2.10X75;
calves, J2.fi0((6.6(l per 100 lbs.; Texas and
Indian steers, 32.6O03.40; cows and heifers,
HUGS Receipts, 1,600 head; market,
higher; pigs and lights, $4.50r&6.10; packers,
35.85rati.16; butchers and best heavy, $6.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,000
head; market, steady; natives, $3.60(33.75;
lambs, $1.0ua5.60; Texans. $3.o'u4.00.
Sloax City Live Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY. Ia., Sept. 84. (Special
Telegram.) CATTLE Receipts, 100 head;
market steady; beeves, $3.60ij6.&0; cows,
bulls and mixed, $2.26ti3.26; stockers and
feeders, $2.75((3.60; calves and yearlings,
HOGS Receipts, 2.600 head; market
steady, selling at $G.6tu6.80; bulk, $5.65p6.70.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Sept. 24. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 884 head; market steady to 10c
higher; top, $5.60.
HOGS Receipts, 2,426 head; market
steady; light, $6.92Vjxti.0O; medium and
8HKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 227 head;
Stock In Marht.
Following were the receipts of live stock
at the six principal western cities yester
day: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 83 4.486 993
Sioux City 100 2,600
Kansas City J"0 I.600 3.000
St. Louis 600 1.600 1,000
St. Joseph 884 2.42 227
Chicago 1.000 8,000 4,000
Totals 2,867 20,603 9,219
t. Louis Grain nnd Provisions.'
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 34. WHEAT Higher;
No. 2 red, cash, elevator, $1.18: track,
$1.21: December, $1.18; May, 31.18V4; No. 3
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, 50c: track,
61 V; Deceinlier, 47H'?W7c; May, 47Hc
ttATS Stronger: No, i cash. 31c; track,
S2c: December. 81c; May, feVic; No. 3
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, $5.75
fi5.9o; extra fancy and straight, 85.35oo.65;
BERD Timothy, steady: $2.66285.
BRAN Active; sacked east track, WrTSTc.
HAY Steady to slow; timothy, $5.0o
12.00; prairie, $5.00i(9.o0.
IRON COTTON TIES 96o.
TWINE Hemp. 7c.
l'ROVISIONS-Pork, higher; Jobbing,
$11.65. Lard, higher; prime sleam, $6.80.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts, $9.12V;
clear ribs. $9.26: short clear, $9.50. V
POULTRY Easy : chickens, Stye; springs,
lltfillV: turkeys. Wijl5c; geese, 6c.
HUTrEK Steady; creumery, 15Q20V4c;
EGGS Firm, 18c, case count.
Flour, bids- 12.000 ln.ono
Wheat, bu llS.Oix) 110,000
Corn, bu 63.000 23.000
Oats, bu 40,000 46,000
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 24 WHEAT
Beplember, $117; December, $1.15H; May,
il.lfiiA: No. 1 hard. $1.20: No. 1 northern.
11 18,: No. 2 northern, $1.15.
FIX)UR First patents. $6.2f.S0: second
patents, fci.OOftiii 10; first clears. 1 1. 56-21.75:
second clears. $3.05(fil20.
BRAN-Ill bulk. $15.0015.25.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Bept. 44 WHEAT Mar
ket lc higher; No. 1 northern, tl.20iirl.21; No.
2 northern, tl.1761.19; May, $l.l&Vul 15
RYE-Market le higher: No. 1, TSHc.
- BARLEY Weak; No. t. 67c; sample, 84
coilN-rtuli; No. 3. E2Q63cj May, i9Q
Liverpool Grain Market.
MVERPCXM Bept. 24. W H E A T B pot,
nominal; futures. qilet; September, Ts
6d; December, 7s Vd.
CORN Spot, easy: American mixed, 4s
3d. v Futures, dull; September, 4std; De
cember, 4s Cd.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Bept. 21 DRY GOODS
The market closed for the week with buy
ers still maintaining their conservative pol
icy and refusing .to operate except for
artnal needs In the way of spot goods. The
fact that Johtiers are not meeting tha ad
vance maintained In certain lines of cctton
goods -has added somewhat to this coo
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Miller Competing for Wheat Foreign
PRICES ON ALL FUTURES A POINT HIGHER
Cash Wheat la Omaha f l.OS Good
Crop Gossip Corn Said to Bo Ab
selately Safe In Stat
OMAHA. Sept. 24. 1904.
Conditions are growing very Interesting
Id the wheat markets of tha world. The
shortage at home and abroad Is admitted.
France by Its action In removing the duty
on wheat has emphasised this condition
there and now the straining of the badly
strained relations between Russia and Eng
land, almost to the breaking point, is an
other incentive for higher prices for wheat.
Millers have realized the full Importance of
ihn situation and are comoetlna with each
other for the cereal. In Bt. Louis this
morning No. 3 red wheat sold at 3123 a
Loshel. In Chicnsn at il.l9.'u 1.21 and In
Omaha No. 2 hard sold at $1.08. These
prices speak for themselves ana inaicaie
better than a bushel of gossip and diversi
fied, one-sided srnsein. the real condition of
affairs. The speculative Interest has not
fieen accustomed to seeing wneai numn
the dollar mark for any considerable length
nt tlma and there are traders that cannot
help taking a chance on the short side, but
they are among the first to run for the tall
grass Just as soon aa the latent strength of
tho market develops. According to statis
tics from abroad the United States, despite
the short crop, will have to do its full
share in feeding the short-crop- European
states. Austria, Germany, ranee and
other continental countries are short on all
crops. One favorable thing for America
and the prosperity of the country Is the
certainty of great corn crops. Tho change
of the weather again practically assures
the safety of the much-valued ears, and
this will especially assure tne safety of Ne
braska a interests, agncuuurau mm
H. V. Jonee, the celebrated Minneapolis
authority, made the statement yesterday In
Chicago, after completing 31.000 miles of
observation that a z.oou,ow.wu-dui"ici
1- nniv nnaaihla with rjerfect corn
weather. The record of the weather bu
reau shows a deficiency of heat this sum
mer of 725 degrees. Big corn yields are In
upland sections." , ,
u.Mw.,.)a i.,A marlrota wurn rnmDaratlveiy
steady, gained slowly in strength and
closed quite firm. In Chicago September
sold from $1.10T to $1.12,, December at
$1.12H to $1.14, and May at $1.13 to $1.15H
The weakness observable during the early
hour of tluj short session waa entirely dis
sipated before the close.
Corn was firmer, despite the excellent
crop prospects, but the gain was In sym
pathy with the movement In wheat So
far oats alone have failed to get a move on
In keeping with the strength In other cer
eals. Certainly If there Is a shortage In
wheat there will be an Increased consump
tion nt fiinAm anil this. With the USUal
source of consumption, should keep prices
Omaha Grain Inspections In: Two cars
No. 2 hard wheat, 6 cars No. 3 hard wheat.
1 car No. 4 hard wheat, 4 cars No. 8 yel
low corn, 1 car No. 8 white corn, 1 car No.
2 white oats, 2 cars No. 3 white oats, 1 car
No. 2 rye; total. 17 cars. Out: One car No.
2 hard wheat, cars No. 3 hard wheat, 6
cars No. 8 corm 1 car No. 2 white oats, S
cars No. S white oats; total, a cars.
Omaha cash sales: 1 car No. 3 wheat,
$1.02; 1 car No. 4 hard wheat, 61H lbs..
60 ibs.. 31.08H; 1 car No. 2. 66 JbtL. 31.08
2 cars No. 3. 67 and 65 lbs.. $100; 1 car
No. 4 wheat, 4c; 1 car no. wn, w-.
1 car No. 8 corn, 4fcc; 1 car 110, s mm,
Car Lot Receipts.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago HO 213 143
Minneapolis 9 .j. ...
Kansas City 210 25 13
Omaha 8 8 1
G ravin Markets Eleewhero.
Closing; prtr.es of grain today and Fri
day at toe maraeis namea were urn iuauw.
Wheat- ?y- i-
September 112 -U
DePoember X.M 1.13
September 62 62
December 61 60
May 49 Vs
September 20 SO
December 31, , 80
May 33 33B
December 118 .T
May , l -674
Corn , ,
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December , l-Wt "J4
May l -6 l -6
May 1.16 1.15
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Bept 24. WHEAT Mar
ket higher; September, 31.04; December.
tl.04; May. 31.06; cash. No. i 'hard, $1,060
1.08; No. 8, tl.O3ifl.06; No. 4, 94c&$1.01: re
jected. StMc; No. 3 red. tl.08rtfl.10: No. 3,
tl.044il.08; Na 4. 96O&31.04; receipts, 236 cars.
CORN Steady; September, 4te; Decem
ber, 44644c: May, 44Ur844c; cash, No, 2
mimed747c; No. 8. 47i&47c; No. 2 white,
48c: No. 3, 470.
OATS Steady; No. 2 white, 82(3320 ; No.
2 mixed, 31H&32C.
HAY Steady : choice timothy, 39-60; choice
prairie. $7 .Otvfrl.oo.
KGGS Steady; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2 whrtewoofi rosea Included, 18c; case
count, 16c: cases returned, c less.
BUTTER Creamery, 14(&17e; dairy,
Wheat bu 168,000 130.400
Corn, bu . 20,000 15,200
Oats, DU u,imi e.vuu
Dalai h Grain Market.
DULUTII, Minn., Sept 24 WHEAT To
arrive on September 26, No, 1 northern,
$1.19; No. 2 northern, $1.19; to arrive, No. 1
northern, $1.17c; No. 2 northern, tl.l3c;
on track. No. 1 northern, 11.19; No. 2 north-
PEORIA. SeDt 24.-CORN Strong; No. 3.
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