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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1903.
CRAB ASD PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat in ant
CONTINUES IN ITS UPWARD COURSE
Prlrato Advices Deny Prospects for
Riulu Faail-Good Trad la
Mar Cora, Wale Shows
IM. Filure, unlet; Pmtir,
January, ia SJ; March, I d.
OMAHA. Sept. , 1906.
Wheat continued Ita upward cour. Ar
mour bought more wheat and Uie ahorli
did not run to cover. They think the big
receipts of grain la the northwest ta
bound to help tl.em. tiuluth and Mlnne
apolla received 963 cara today. A private
cable from Antwerp says there la abso
lutely no truth In threatened famine In
huasla and reports of shipments of wheat
from Black a- to Haltlo provinces. Many
tradeis, however, prefer to believe Liver
pool trade reports rather than "private"
cables. September cloned at "oHc lxcem
ber at tVc and May at 87VilViiC.
There was a good trad In coin, mostly
In May, which ho wed a strong tendency.
F.levator Interests nt Chicago were picking
up cash corn yesterday at an advance of
c. but the southwest cash market was
easier. September closed at 62'tc, old Sep
tember at 62So. December at 4oSc, old De
cember it 46Vt4"r- and May at 41VJJ44He.
Oats were up VpV:; September finished
t 2c. December at 29Vo and May at
Liverpool cloned Vftd higher on wheat
and unchanged to td lower on corn.
Clearances were 6,000 bushels of corn,
AO bushels of oats and 22.000 barrels of
four. Prlmsry wheat receipts were 1.265.
(0 bushels and shipments 4o",0"0 bushels,
gainst receipts last year of 1.244,000 bushels
and shipments of 547. r bushels. Prlmsry
com receipts were 621,000 bushels and ship
ments 4114, io bushels, against receipts last
year of 644,000 bushela and shipments of
deliveries on September trades yesterday
at Chicago were 240.0KI bushels of wheat.
l.SS.WO bushels of corn, 35,000 bushels of oats
and S.onn bushels of rye.
Mlnnes polls wired: "Cash buyers craiy
for stuff. They buy without prices fixed,
saying 'put It down to me and settlo
later.' All the mills and elevators wers In
the market yesterday and elevator men
have a rood deal of wheat to deliver on
September. No. t northern sold at 8J
At the ftulf yesterday there were sales of
aw um nusneis or corn for January, t eoru
ary and deferred shipment. At the At
lantic seaboard there were sales of !4,(vm
bushels Manitoba wheat. 440.000 bushels of
rr rn, W.ono bushels of oats and 60,000 bushels
of barley for export
Omaha Cash tales.
WHEAT No. t hard, 1 car. 7c; No,
hard. 1 car, TV-ic
OATS-No. I white, 1 car, f4c
Omaha r& Prices.
WHEAT No. I hard, 79ff2c: No. I hard,
7o: No. 4 hard. 7&Hc; No. 8 spring, 7!Q5lc.
CORN No. 1. 4V; No. 1, 48c; No. 4,
471H7VT; no grade, 41f46c: No. 2 yellow,
4X(Ih5c; No. 1 yellow. 48fr48ic: No. i
whltex 4stJH9c: No. I white. fi'tstio-
OATS No. t mixed. 25Vij26c: No. I
rlxed, a'aSic; No. 4 mixed, 24S24c; No
white, 27ij274e; No. I white. 264c; No.
I white, 26"4'ft'2V; standard, 27S27c.
R IE-No. 2, He
Wheat. Com. Cats.
Chicago 60 847
Kansas City 134 11
Omaha 29 68
St. Loul 64 27
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 22 WHEAT Sep
tember. e: December. 83Ve; May, sb-c
No. 1 hard, si'.Vjc; No. 1 northern, 86Ve; No
I northern. sl'Wc.
FDOL'R First patents, t5.8Mfo.10; second
patents, 24 .o04 .90; first clears, ss.svaJ.so;
second clears, fs.beal.br.
CHAN In bulk. 211.60.
The range of prices, as reported by the
Edwards-Wood company. 110-111 Board of
Trade building, was:
CHICAGO ORAM AID rROVlIO
reslsres of the Trading Cleslagt
rrlres Retard of Trade.
CHICAGO. Sept. 22 An alleged comer
at Liverpool In wheat for September de
livery had ft strengthening effect on the
wheat market tiere today. Sharp advances
In the price of cash wheat at the principal
American grain "enters tended to em
ptiastte the strength At the close wheal
for I cmbr delivery was up Vi;"c, cats
showed a gain of Sl-Vo and corn and
provisions were practically unchanged.
With the exception of ft slight reaction
Immediately after the opening the wheat
market was strong the entire session. At
the start the December option was ft shads
lower to vc higher at 64c to M4TMTa.
Pit traders-were quits free sellers for a
time and In consequence December eased
off to MWii4Sc. Weather In the north
west was also clear and this tact was
apparently the chief cauHe of the selling
pressure, tfentlment in the pit. however,
soon became bullish. The cause for the
hange In feellna- was a rertort from Liver
pool stating that the price for September
delivery had advanced almost 4d there
toaay as a result or an attempt to corner
the market. This news broueht out active
buying from shorts. In addition a leading
null became active on the buying side and
this caused the demand to become more
general. Under these conditions prices
were steadily forced upward until Decem
ber touched 85Hc. The market continued
strong the remainder of the day, closing
quiet, quotations being at almost the high
est point or the session, Final quotations
on December were at SoHc. Clearances of
wheat and flour were eoual to 99.0H0 bu.
JCxports for the week, as shown by Brad-
streets, were equal to Z.lTS.unj bu. Pri
mary recelnts were 1,255.000 bu., as compared
with l, 244.00V a year ago. Minneapolis, Uu-
uth and Chicago reported receipts of l.Ous
cars, as against tie last week ana mi a
The feature of trading in the corn mar
ket was the persistent demand from ft
leading trader for com for May delivery.
It was reported that the total purchase
of both May and December amounted to
nearly 2.000,00 bu. Notwithstanding this
urgent demand the market exhibited no
unusual strength, owing to liberal offerings
Irom commission nouses. Weather was
Ideal for the maturing of the crop. This
doubtless was the chief cause for the eotn-
aratlvely Insignificant advance In prices.
'he market closed firm. December opened
a. shade to He lower at ii'aii'c, sold be
tween 44V(?46c and 4f-Sc and closed at 45vc.
lcai receipts wars 447 cars, witn m or con
Oats were firm In sympathy with the
strength of other grain. Export demand
was not so urgent today, the higher prices
curiaiupg snipmenrs. ivcmocr openei
shade lower to a shade higher at 2't! 29e
sold between 2tir2'4ie and 2!"'iM9Vko and
closed at ttVjc Local receipts wsrs 223
Provisions were firm as a result of active
demand by a local packer for October lard.
At the close January pork was up 2Hc nt
12 37V. lard waa unchanged at 8.77Vi'4i6.!0
na rips was up zvic at t.&0.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
sa cars: corn, 346 cars: oats, 2.1 cars; nogs,
The leading futures ranged at follows:
Artlcles.l Open. HiRh. Low. Close iYes'y.
Wheat I I I ( I
Sept...! M's! 4 81T1 8"i 88
Dec....S2Wj Ns Kl,
May...;iWa'ii ts as
WEATHER I TUB GRAIJI BELT
Fair - - mmd
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tes'y.
Pert. 4H 85Vi! 85H1 4H
Deo. tth saMH'flS' b5v84Vj
May bOSS- 87S' Vi'iu ,
Corn I : I
Sept. 52(g5r4 S2HI 82 S?H
tRept. 62 521.4! 62 B2 MA
Dec. 4e ti 4 KVi'hsl 46V,
tlec. 4.-V6-4DH 4CH 44'g45 45'4 4SVrf"
May 44"ij 44ViiJ' 44
Oats ! I I
Sept. 284!' 2SV4! 2S'4I 281 2SH
Dec. 2ya2V,tM.4 2VuMr 19'av'ta
May So," 31V 3044 3163H4I 3u
Oct. 14 95 14 95 14 90 14 90 14 90
Jan. 12 35 12 40 12 25 12 3TH 12 SS
Oct. 7 65 7 72H 7 65 7 70 7 ffi
Nov. 730 7 20 7 25 7 25 7 26
Jan. 774 6 SO I 77', 6 60 6 60
Oct. S 6714 8 67H! 8 8 67H 8 674
Jan. (CO 6 60 I 00 60 47V,
OMAHA. Sept. 22, 1206.
A moderately high pressure overlies the
upper Missouri valley and the northern
anrj middle slope of the Rocky mountains
and clear weather prevails throughout the
central valleys and western portion of the
country, except some cloudiness In the
extreme southwest. The area of high pres
surs, which is accompanied hy cool
weather, will move slowly eastward over
the central valleys and will cause slightly
cooler weather In this vicinity tonight.
Omaha reoora ot temerati'i and
precipitation compared vlt!i the . corre
sponding day of the last three years:
IStiR. 1904. 1903 902
Minimum temperature.... 61 62 61 64
Precipitation W T .00 .16
Normal temperature for today, 6 de
grees. Deficiency In precipitation since March L
I lelu-.i . i y corresponding; period
Ki corresponding period
MrfV. .Mln. in. lies
No. 1 tOld. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOL'R Firm: winter patents. S3. 8094. 20
straights, S3.50'i74.1A: spring patents. 4 off
.: airamnis, e4.ooo.fo; DaKers , z.wu;j su.
WMB-Ai iso. z spring, s'awc; jo. 3, t;
87c; No. 2 red, MtjeiVic.
CORN No. 2. 62Vc: No. ! vellow. 53.c.
OATS No. 1 28c: No. 2 white. 30Vli30ic:
No. 2 white. 2e'S'29:V4C.
RTE No. 2, TlHic
BARLEY Good feeding, S6re; fair to
choice malting, 41'l7c
SEED No. 1 flax. 92c: No. 1 northwestern.
984c Timothy, prime, 83.25. Clover, con
tract grade, 211. 75.
PROVISIONS Mess pork- per bbl., 815 no
ffl5.10. Lard, per 100 lbs.. 27.75. Short ribs
sides (loose). 00418.66: short oleaj sides I Great Western
(boxed), S8.7E1?.00. I C. N. W
The following were the receipts and C., M. A Bt. P
shipments of flour and groin: Chi. Term. & Trans
Receipts. Shipments. 1 (j0 preferred
Flour, bhls 17.K0 27.6 ' I c.., C., C. & St. L. . .
Wheat, bu 73.000 " , Colo. Fuel & Iron...
lorn, du ii!.,( Colo. & Southern ...
f"US, bu 430.4O0 4iO.S0 rto 1st nreferred
" hU 8,0 1 1 10 . An 7H nr.f.rroH
Barley, bu 137,6i4) rnn.nllteH riw. V
On the Produoe exchange today the bit'- rrr. ri,,..
ter market waa steady: creameries. 17i7 a ..--t-.
2M4C- dairies. lSWlliy. Eggs, steady rel 4 Hiiflimti!!!!!!
Del.. Lack. 4 W...
STEW YORK STOCKS ASDBOSDS
Advance ia Call Mootj Eat Cbeski Earl;
PROMISE OF GOOD BANK STATEMENT
Later ta tie leasloa Valaes Araae4
a aa Aotlva Demand aad Closo
Waft Hlgkeet (or
NEW TORK. Sept. 21 The call money
rate today carried an admonition against
speculative excess and the rise In the rate
had its effect in the stock market. Opera-
ions were conducted with caution and the
maiket waa under pressure at times, but
the disposition to proceed with the upward
movement whenever free from the actual
necessities of the money market was still
Call loan rates advanced to the highest
level of the year under the demand for ac
commodation to carry over until Monday,
which is required under the Btock ex- ,
olianie rule. On the other hand the prom
ise was tor a good bank statement and
operators in stocks were loth to forego
the advantage which might come from the
sentimental effect of this tomorrow. It ap
pears that the movement of funds on, bal
ance to the interior during the week naa
hardly been sufliclent to wipe out the enuUI
gain on tie weeks subtreasury operations.
The cash reserve of the banks should seem
therefore to be little changed from last
week. The principal Interest attaches to
the loan Item. There has been some with
drawal of credits from the stock market
during the week, but It Is not clear
whether mis has been on the part or the
banks or Is due to some retrenchment on
the part ot the trust companies on the loan
previously taken over from the banks. A
decrease In the loan Item of the banks
should result In an Improvement of the
surplus reserve Item. Such an Improve
ment undoubtedly would be welcome as ft
margin against future needs. It is not
supposed that the movement of funds to
the interior naa ceased lor tho season.
Discounts were shaded In London today.
but foreign exchange held firm In New
York, leaving the position still closed to
further gold engagements.
The hesitating tone of the day a stock
market was due to these mixed prospects
In the money market. Special stocks were
advanced to hold the market during the
periods when It was under pressure. Louis
ville a rwasnvuie, Heading and Bt. raui
were the prominent examples for the rail
roads. The Influence on Louisville A Nash
ville was the rumor of ft proposed Issue of
Atlantic Coast Line bonds In exohange for
Louisville Nashville stock at ft valua
tion above toe present price. St. Paul re
fleeted the confident assertions that the
236.000,000 of new stock authorised is to be
offered to stockholders at advantageous
subscription rates. Ths movement in Read
ing was in the same hands as for some
time past. Among ths specialties Brook
lyn Transit and the American Tobaccp se
curities were firm. Dread of a possible vio
lent flurry In the money market late in the
afternoon hud something to do with the
early depression and when the money de
mand tor the day was suffered without any
actual ..urry an active demand for stocks
sprang up which extended notably the
gains of the strong features and caused a
recovery throughout to above last night's
level. The closing was firm at the top.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, 84.2x0,000. United States 2s, coupon,
advanced Vi per cent on call.
The quotations on the New York Stock
exchange ranged as follows:
Aoams express .1...
Amer. Car at Foun..
Amer. Cotton OH ....
Amer. Hide at L. pfd.
Amer. Linseed Oil....
Amer. Locomotive ..
Am. Smelt. t R f g..
Am. Sugar R'f'g
Am. Tobacco pfd. c.
Anaconda Min. Co...
Atlantlo Coast L....
Brooklyn Rapid T...
Canadian Pacific ....
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
Chicago & Alton
rills and Nashville A "outhern yUtlwav
were exceptionally firm. The market closed
dull. Canadian Pacific was affected by
realisations. Japanese w-ere firmer Jfa
r.e Imperial 6s of li4 were quoted at lie.
BERLIN, Sept 23 Prices on the Boerse
today were rather weak and trading was
PARIS. Sept. 22. rrlces on the Bourse to
day were heavy at the opening, but be
came steady and firm on the belief ot an
early settlement of the Moroccan question.
Russian Imperial 4s were quoted at 16.19
and Russian bonds of 1904 at tax
Hew York Moaey Market.
NEW TORK. Pert 22 MONEY On call,
Arm and higher at JS94V, per cent: eloslnf
bid. per cent; offered. 4 per cent. Time
loans, steady; 60 days. t&4 per cent; 90
days, 43-4W per cent; months, 494 Pr
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4Wff
STEHI.IN EX CH A NOB Firm, with ac
tual business In bankers bills at 84 8f.3oty
4.8528 for demand and at 14 f23.vti'4.i240 for
6o-dv bills; posted rates 84 S3H4 and
84 l-AiM )'; commercial Mils. 843-4 824.
SILVER Bar. 14c; Mexican dollars. 47o.
BONDS Government, firm; railroad. Ir-rerutar.
i losing quotations on bonds wers as fol
IN Jimi Sa 14 series, .lin-
104V4, so 4v,a ctf t'S
104 do Id etrtM 1
14 t,. A N Bl. 4s IMS,
114 Minhatun e. f 4a.
1M Mn. Ctntrsl is M
1MU dn lit Ine J4H
Minn. A St. U 4a... kH
M , K
A T. 4s
U. rf Is,
ae coupon ,
C. I rt
V S. n 4e.
do coupon ..
V. I. old
Am. Tobtri-o 4s. etts. 71
do to. ctf, tns
At.hlMn sen. 4s 104 N.
do sdl. 4a Si N.
Atlantic C Lt. 4a. .. .101 N J r. s.
Bal. Oslo 4, 10?. No. PaclAc 4a....
do IHa do Ik
Central of Ga. ,... N. A W. e. 4e..
do let Inc IMV4 O. 8 U Hds 4s
do Id Inc II Pnn conv. IMjs.
Otic. A Ohio 4m ...lot ftoadlns fn.
R B ei M av
T. C. f
Chlraso A A. IV,a
c, B a. Q. a. 4a...
C. It. I. i P. 4a...
do col. 6a
Crc. A St L. t a.
Cbloato Ter. 4a
Colorado Mid 4a
Colo. A So. 4a
Colo. Ind. is, set A.
do sot B
Cuba Sa, ctfa
D. A R. O 4a
PIMIIIera' See., ia...
Erlo prior lien 4a...
do (en. 4a
r. W, D. C la...
Hock In, Val. 4ta..
Japan ia. ctta
114 Bt. U A I. M
,101, St. L. A 8 r.
, 14 st. u s w. t
. til Seaboard A. U
.1 1 So. ParlAo 4a .
, M 80. Railway Im
. n Teiaa A P. la
. t' T . St. U A W
tis vnion raeiso
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Caul Rfoeipti Liglit aid Trade Ehowi a
HOGS tEU AT AI0UT STEADY TRICES
Ravcelpts e beea) aad Lanikl Mod.
rate, with Arylvlng Very
Ljate aad Prices Rallac
Jast Akeat Steady.
OUTH OMAHA, Sept. 22. 1908.
Ottic al Monday .....
OfTiclal Tuesday ...
Ottiowl Thureuay ..
CfttU. Hogs. Sheep.
.71 I do conr 4a 1IS4
.104', t' 8. Steal id ts
.1014 W'nhaah la Ul
. 114, do d6. B 7V4
.l(ii, Wcatern Md. 4s
. W A I. E. 4a II
.Hi), Wit. rantral 4a. SH
.lit, do 1st 4a ctfa '
17.100 834 24 M4
1.6J0 3o4 36
7o0 21 20 HO
1,0)0 84 24 4 25
7uU 2,-4 27 274
8.2O0 634 624 K4
noaton Storks and Bonds.
ROSTON, Sept. 2? Call loans. 84 P'
cent; time loans, 44ij6 per cent,
quotations or. stocks and bonds
Atchison adj. 4s l iAdTntars
do ia 1H Allouai
M-i rantral 4a tn Amalgamated .
Atchlaon tot, Aniarlcan Zlno
do ptd lMt Atlantic
Poston A Albany. . ..l7 Bingham
Pinion A Main, 178 ral. A Hue la.,
Boston Elted 1H4 Centennial ....
Klirhbura; pfd 141 Tnppar Range
M,lran Central t?H fialr Weat ....
N T . N. H. A H...I11 Pomlnlon Coal
Papa Marquette lnl FranhllD
Amer. Arga. Cham... H Oranbr
do pfd t3 a,to Royalo .
A mar. Pnau. Tub.... 44 Maaa. Mining ,
Amer. puger l,1' Michigan
.141 Mont. C. A C
. ai Old Pomlnloa
. Tl Parrot
. 16 iTamarack ....
i4i t'nltad Copper
Five dava this week f 2J7 23.604 6t.74
Five days last week 27.010 24.6'J t.2
Same week befoie 2.7? U .736 6;.W
Earns three weeks ago ,.2u.64t 26.367 81.1.6
Sams tour weeks ago....21,H37 Sl.kft 4".'7
Sams ds last year ....J.M 26,404 kk,44S
RECEIPTS FOR THK TEAR TO DATK.
The following table shows the receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at Mouth ouuaha
for ths year to date, comparing with last
vear: io. latta. Inc.
LUla) 67, 616. 243 &i.ol6
Hogs 1.7I6.C3; X.7t0.o: 46,oti7
Sheep 1.1A4, l.uei,12 1W.1
Ths following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for ths last
several days, with comparisons!
Oats. I 180S. litot.lltOS. 11201. l01.l00.ilo'-
I. .. IM I
j... 8 264
j : : liilt
II. . I I 264
13-. 8 8.il
u.. ta 1
14.. 6 14
15.. 6 21V
18.. 6 21S
19.. 6 24
21). . 8 29
6 181 i 221 7 221 I i04) 4 18
8 271 6 90) 7 431 I 11 '
8 2 7 Mi 07 "I
I 41 I 2J 8 16 6 01 1
I Ml J 40 ,6 6i, 8 1
( M J 40, 6 ki. I 11
1 7 44 I Stf k Oil 4 28
I 441 6 ai s 0t. 4 at
8 80 T ,1 8 10 4 80
I 441 7 61 1 6 M I
6 U 7 44 1 6 44 6 li
I 82 t Ml 8 891 8 22 1 4. 22
64, 7 se, 8 , k 20, 1 22
6 64 7 661 6 44, 6 08, 4 24
6 bo: i 61 i t v
s 63 7 r
66 8 63 7 6' 6 67 4 3
W I 84 1 43; 8 d 6 18
6 o3 7 87, 6 6i 5 13 4 3
t 73 6 70 7 31, 6 If, 4 a
6 76 k 22, 4 31
6 66 6 23. 4 31
t 21 4 36
Amer. T. A T
Amer. Woolan ....
Pomlnlon I. A .
Kdlaon Elec. Illu
General Electrle ..
Maaa. Electric ....
Inlted Pmlt lOSU V. 8
I'ntted Fhoe Mach.... Vtah
do rfd 114 Victoria .
V 8 Steal 174 Winona .
do pfd IMS , Wolverine
Wetting, common ... H
The oftlc.sl number of oars of stock
broue-ht In todav bv each road wast
Cattle. Hogs. Sh'p.
C., M. ft St. F. Ry 1 8
! Missouri Par Rn Kv I
t'nlon I'aclflc system 20 17 80
i C. A N. W. Ry 1 2
F., E. A M. V. R. R 18 " 24
I C, St. P., M. & O. Ry 2
! B. ft M. Ry 22 12
C, B. ft Q. Ry 9
I C. R. I. ft P. Ry., east 8
, Illinois Central 1
Chi. Ut. Western 8
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, eacn buyer purchasing ths num
ber of head indicated:
cattle, nogs, bneep.
London Closlnnr Stocks.
I.ONDON, Sept. 22. Closing quotations on
4.400 127 1274
Ashland, Neb 82
Auburn, Neb 80
Columbus, Neb.. 83
Ksirbury, Nh. . .. 87
Fairmont. Neb... 81
I5r. Island, Neb.. fl
Hartinston, Neb. 78
Oakdale. Neb 79
' Omaha. Neb...;.. S4
Tekainah. Neb... 64
Carroll. Ia 80
Clarlnda, la M
Sibley, Ia.u 8w
loux City.a.... 6i
Storm Lake, Ia.. 81
lies Moines. If...
Kansas City. Mo.
bi. Louis, Mo....
No. of Temp Rain.
StAtiniis. Max. Min. Inches
30 74 64 .00
.. 16 78 62 .00
14 8 J bi
U 82 62 .00
16 8-1 68 .00
It 63 64 .00
27 80 4S .00
15 62 62 .00
12 84 68 .00
at mark, cases Included. 174c: firsts. lMc:
prime firsts. 204c; extras. 22UC. Cheese.
steady to firm, ll(3114c.
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
L, A. WtLSH,
No. 2. 8.' 4
Kansas Cltr Grftlat Pre)vlslosia.
KAKSAI CITT. Sept. 22-WHEAT-Sep-
tombcr. Vio bid; Jjecember.
Mv 7i.(fi7K.c: cuah. No. 2 liard,
No. 2. 7h!joc; No. 2 red, M4Wc
oKN-i5eptember, 494c; recember, 3
H4c; May. -i4j49"c; ",h- No- mlxe1'
koc; No. 2 white, No. 2, 24c.
In i 174krC
OATS No. I whits. 28J30c; No. 2 mixed.
HAY Strong; choice timothy. 29.60; cholcs
prairie, SH OO.
11 YE Steady, 65c.
ttiUS Stenilv; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases included. lc; case
coiint. lie; cases returned. 4o leas.
bl'Tt-R-Sieady; cieamery, 194o; pack
Intt stock. 174c
Ths receipts ana snipmrme i "
v Receipts. Shipments.
Ths range of prices paid In Kansas City
as reported by the Edwards-Wood com
jany. 110-111 Board of Trade building, was:
Ar7lc7sT0leivTHh. Low. CJose-l Tss'r
Wheat I I ,J
Snpt... T7 f 774
May... 764 'j
Corn I I
Sept... 487,1 4841
lec... I!4l ";
May... 84 to
Oas- I , 1
Ueot... 27 T4
Ik-c.... i4 ta4
May... 2o'l S,
Bept... 15 40 18 48
Oct.... 14 so 14 06
Jan... Ui 12 SO
Sept... 7 82 ......
Oct.... T 60 7 67
Jan.... 8 71 8 78
Oct.... 8 80 8 80
Jan.... 40 46
12 40 1 1 40
14 80 14 82
12 27 U a
T 62 T 62
7 64 7 67
8 68 I 82
8 4a 6 40
of ths Day on
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 FLOUR-Recelpts,
26.565 bbls.; exports. 20.349 bbls. The
market was firmer and more active;
Minnesota patents, 2l.66fiS.16; Minnesota
bakers, 83.6041 l.uo; winter patents, 24.2MJ4.7S;
winter straights, J4.OOHt4.15; winter extras,
tiSofyS Sj; winter low grades. $.' T5l2.3ti. Rye
flour, firm; fair to good, 83.75Ca4.uo; choice
to tancy, S4.ffS4.40, both sKit and to arrive.
UucHWneai huur, quiet, S- U'i.l. axked, to
CORNMEAl-Steady; fine white and yel
low, el.fcJV'l.ao; choice, 21.14Sil.16; kiln dried.
RYE Klrm: No. 2 western. TlUc. I t
BARLEY 8teady; feeding. S9VH0e, C. I.
WH EAT Receipts. 1,000 bu.i spot market
firm; No. J red, s9c In elevator and lc
f. o. b , afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth. 93c
to arrive, f. o. b.. afloat; No. 1 northern
Manitoba, 914c to arrive, f. o. b., afloat.
Options were generally strong all day. with
few reactions, and closed Vlc net higher.
The main buying motives were firm Liver
pool cables, bull suptort, blnr Minneapolis
flour shipments, a bullish Modern Miller
I report and small Argentina shipments.
May. $0.i.fi914c. closed at 91Vc: September.
94i94c. closed at f9c; December, 69 9-18
0'4o. closed at 904c.
CORN Receipts. 26.875 bu.: exports. 6.3S0
bu. ; spot market firm; No. 2. 604c In ele
vator and 604c f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 yel-
Iow, 614c; No. 2 white. 414c. Options mar.
tet was firmer on covering by Decemlier
Shorts snd closed 445 net higher. May
closed at 504c; September, 69c; December,
8Wif.34c. closed at 524c.
OATS Receipts, 1R9.DU0 bu.; exports. 8.800
bu.; spot market firm; mixed. 24 to 2? lbs .
SvtfCJe; natural while, SO to !2 lbs ,
Clipped white, 36 to 40 lbs.. 36434c.
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice
19 15. 19j2c. ls4. 1n622c; olds, IWllc; Pa
cific coast, 1906, 16fc1Tc; UkJrilc; olds,
1IIDES Firm; Galveston, 20 to 18 lbs.,
20c; California. 21 to 26 lbs, 194c; Texas,
drv ft to 30 lbs.. 184c.
PROVISIONS Beef, firm: family. 211 60
112 00; mess, tSaOulOW; beef hams. 81 '
2200; packet, SUfAcn2D; city, extra India
mess. 818 0iiTl. 00. Cut meats, stesdy; pickled
bellies. S9 2ori0 60; pickled shoulders. 87.'
7 60: pickled hams, llrt 60S 11 00. Lard, steady;
western steamed. 87.90; refined, steady; con-
i tlnent, 85 lo: South America, SS.S0; 00m-
rouna. fc itw-iii. rura, eieeny; ramny,
ll7 6OfM8 0rt; short clear, J14.60g-1.50; mess.
816 aai6 V.
TALIAJW uuu; city, iiz w per
44c: country tpkgs free). 44ti'4Sc.
RICE Firm; domestic, Hi4e;
POCI.TRT Live, weak; western chick
ens, 12!Ji;4c: fowls. 14c: turkeys. 14c;
Dressed, weak; weatern chickens, 11912c;
fowls. 14c: spring turkeys. HjlSc.
BUTTER Market easy; state, dairy,
common 10 extra, iistj'c
l.tTeraee)l Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. tt-WHEAT-Spot,
steady; No. 1 red western winter, ts 4V1
Futures, steady; December, asrVl; March.
1- . .
CORN 80 1, aulel; American mixed. 4a
colored and white, fanry, 11c; state fair to
choice. 1149114c; large colored and white,
ll4fl12c; state fair to choice, 11 fill 4c
EtOS Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected while, IsqJuc, state
choice, 244127c; state mixed, extra, 24i5c;
western extra firsts, 22c; state firsts, 2uJ
Denver ft R. O
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred
K. C. Southern
do preferred -. .
Ioulsvllle ft Nash....
Met. Street Ry
Mexican Central ....
Minn. St. L
M . St. P. ft 8. 8. M.
Mo.. Kan. ft Tex....
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd.
n. y. central
N. Y., Ont. ft W....
Norfolk ft Weatern..
P.. C. C. ft St. L....
Pressed Steel Car ...
Pullman Pal. Car
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred
do preferred .
Rock Island Co
St. L. ft S. F. 2.1 pfd.
6t. Louis S. W
Southern Pacific ....
Tenn. Coal ft Iron....
Texas ft Pacific
Toledo. St. L. ft W..
TT. S. Expreas
I. S. Realty
IT. 8 Rubber
V. B. Steel
t Wheeling- ft L. B.
100 S54 864
100 274 174
the PtorK exriianK
Conaola. money Ifw
do account SI -:
do pfd l(t
Baltimore A Ohio. ... US',
. . tov,
fhca. A Ohio...
Chlcas. Ot. W .
C M. A 8t. P
wo : l'aHerra
"' I do lat pfd..,.
do Id pfd
boulavllla A N.
M , K. A T
N. Y. Central 16t
Norfolk A W M
Ontario A W tt
Rand Mines '
do let pf.1 4T
do Id pfd 47
Southern Railway ... 314
do pfd lot
Southern Paclflo 70
t'nlon Paclflo iM
do prd II
I'. 8 Stool ttS
do pfd 10
do pfd 41
144 fpanlah 4a 114
.in ; Omaha, Packing Co...
14 Swift and Company .
4 1 Armour ft Co
' Cudahy Packing Co..
Vansant ft Co
! 1114 McCreary ft Carey ...
HI 1 v . . oirt'UBll
. F. Husi
Squires ft Co
J. B. Root ft Co
J. II. Bulla
" m ... 8 4 6. 414
4 141 Ml 7 Ill 1J I 41-,
I.T 119 III, M 1 ... t to
12 lit M 1 nvaj
SHEEP-The receipts fo ths Ave da s
show ft big falling off as compared with ths
corresponding peilod last week, and also a
big decrease as compared with the same
time last year The first two days ot tbe
week the receipts were ths heaviest of the
year so far. but the next two days the re
ceipts were light and today they were only
moderate. The sheep market tor the week
was generally siesdv to a little stronger,
while fat lambs weia) ft little essler. Buysts
wtrs hungry for good sheep toduy. as thev
have been all the week, and there was ft
good, strong demand, and after trading
started the stuff changed hands at ft Utile
stronger prices. There wss a good feeling
on lambs also and they sold at steady
prices. Thers weie forty oars reported In,
but they did not arrive till late, and as .
consequence the marl.et was slow In open
ing. Feeder buyers were still rlsmorlng for
supplies and there were plenty of orders to
fill Prices ruled fullv steaiiy and there
was some little activity to ths trade. The
feeder market here has leen good all the
week and the market has held fully steady.
Quotations on fst sheep and lambs: Good
to choice lambs, 86 fr'gS.so; good to choice
yearlings wethers, 84 60414.90; goi.d to choice
eld wethers, 84.26.34 50; good to choice ewes,
84 .4'SJ so.
Quotations on feeder sheep and lamos:
Oood feeding lambs. S6.7f.tr6 18; good feed
ing yearlings, 84.7546.00; good feeding weth
ers, ,.d04,c; teeaing ewes. a 4. v,
breeding ewes. 84.25a4 60.
No. At. Pr.
60 Wyoming feeder ewes 83 2 50
6S6 Wyoming feeder ewes 95 4
868 Wyoming ewes li 4 25
4t'.l Wyoming shorn feeders 38 4 00
1030 Wyoming shorn feeders 48 8 90
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MABKET
Cattle Lower Hogs Steady ta Higher
Sheep aad Lambs Steady.
CHICAGO. Sept. 22 CATTLE Recelnts,
6.6W head; market lower; beef steers. 83 16
tr.10; stockers and feeders, Sl2tf3; rows
and canners. 8160tf3.36; bulls, 22.26tJ3.75;
heifers. S2.164T4-5; calves, S.26y7.W.
ROsS Receipts, 15.000 head; market
stesdy to 5o higher: shipping and collected
25 M.a-80; mixed and heavy packers, $4 9"
6 624; light, 85.256.66; pigs and rough, 8150
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 12,000
head: market stead v at yesterday's decline;
sheep, 82.2546.00; lambs, 84.007.85.
Hew York Lira Itock Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 BEEVES Re
ceipts, 8,667 head; good to choice beeves
steady to shade lower; medium grttdce very
dull and lOo off; bulls and cows full steady;
natlvs steers, 83MVSftO; bulls, l2 8W4 0i;
cows, 8l.60fi'3 6&; cables quoted live cattle
lower; refrigerator beef selling at 94tj94c
rr lb; exports tomorrow, 694 cattle and
810 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts. 410 head; market for
veals slow at S4.6"0S.5O; few tops, 29.00;
little calves and thrownouts, S.60fyt.ti0;
grassers lower at S2.5ivri3.60; westerns dull;
sales, S3 50.(j(6 75 ; cltv dressed veals, slow at
8124" per lb.; choice lights, 13c country
dressed. 6t( 12c.
HOOS Receipts, 1,794 head; market weak;
State and Pennsylvania hogs, S5 S.fi-OO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,628
head; sheep easy; strictly prime lambs
about steadv: others slow to 15e off: sheep.
S3.0Otia.76; few exports, S"'.00: culls, 81 60
2.50; lambs, S5.6irj7.60; culls, S3.5oii6.00; Can
ada lambs, 8-T5ar7.Ci0.
..2.442 6,746 6.821
SILVER-Fnr, steady, 284d per ounce.
MONEY-2C4 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short hills Is 215-11'!??. per cent; for three
months' bills, 215-lCgS per oent.
Hew York Mining: Stocks.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. Closing quotation!
on mining siocks weie as roiiowa:
Brunitwlrk Con ..
Con. CjI Va..
It !tle Chief
-l 1 Ontario .
IT ;rthir ...
TV,. Pat oat
inaH Hopca .
. WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 8150.0GOOOO gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance.
2134 R31. 937: gold coin and bullion, S59.678.672;
gold certificates. 2tO.0S7,SO.
OMAHA, Sept. 22: Bank clearings for to
day were 21.513,372 SK: for the corresponding
date last year, 81.25,001.73.
100 454 45
92 924 1
' BOSTON. Sept. 22.-WOOL The Com
mercial Wool Bulletin will say tomorrow nt
the wool market: A moderate business has
oeen iransuciea oy me smaller woolen
mills In lots of from 26.am to lOO.OtO pounds.
The worsted mills have temporarily ceased
operating. Territory wools have the call,
with half-blood scarce and three-quarter-blood
becoming so. Fleeces have sold oc
casionally at full prices and Australian 1 41 o. ft h
- yrw..,, n piiu rnruiiui nave awso BIIUWH a nws
. ... in.... 1 nu.c nv.uviv.. unirac(ing in ine
west has met a setback for the present,
growers' Ideas being too far above buvers
to result In more contracting. The ship
ments of wool from Boston to date from
December 29, 1904. according to the same
authority, are 177,9i,919 pounds, against
1o3.AS0.97ii pounds at the same time last
year. The receipts to date are 20.331.
pounJs. agnlnst 2U. 923,434 pounds for the
tame rerlod last year.
oo I -vj.t 1 crv. .a. ha'i-i na imcrs Ht
'-jt 1 the wool sales today amounted to 14.4H9
7, i" , naies. 1 nere was a Brisk demand for all
:;' 1 descriptions and prices showed a hardening
soil ' tendency. Americans bought fine and me
Mzf I dlum greasy crossbreds freely. Scoured and
?' s r.es were In keen demand for home and
CATTLE There was a light run of eattle
here, about seventy-five loads being on
sale. The receipts were some twelve cars
1 lighter than last Friday and some sixteen
1 cars heavier than the same day last year,
i The quality of the offerings was only fair.
There was but a light supply of beef
steers on sale, hardly enough to make a
I fair test of the market, and as a result
there was rCry little competition on these
1 kinds. Market conditions, howsver. were
favorable and buyers rode freely, looking
I for ft few good cattle. Sellers with any
'. thing desirable found little trouble In dls
i posing of It In good time. Trade lagged
! after the first round or two, as there was
1 very little left to Interest the buyers. What
little native stun mat wan nem vn
up at lust about steady prices, while ths
western cattle showed some
war. shade lower.
The cow and heifer, trade was weak to
day, due mainly to the very limned re
ceipts, which were not large enough to
make much of a market. Buyers were In
different on most of the Stuff and the move
ment was rather slow. Prices were any
where from Bteady to a dime lower, but It
took something very good to bring steady
Bulls, veal calves and stags also suffered
and the market on these kinds was slow
'"as "stisual the latter part of the week,
the trade on stockers and feeders wss slow
1 and dull. Yard traders are tilled up and
' were poor buyers, as they always are the
' last of the week. There wa very little
I call from the country and prices ruled
generally 10c lower artfi in some cases an
even greater decline was noted. Repre
At. Tt. He. At. Ft.
1171 4 M 61
1172 8 U
tOO 1 71 M
14 t 64 t
1040 II! 1
444 S It
ttit t ft
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
471 I 10 I I7t I II
t t 00 t 1010 8 t
tet t 10
Kansas City I. Its Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Bept. 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,000 head, including I.60 south
erns; steady to 10c lower; choice export
and dressed beef steers, S5.2.vit3.00; fair to
good, S4.O096.OO: western steers, 3.0""H.a6;
stockers and feeders, S2.5tKli 4.25; southern
steers, $3.j43.76; southern cows. S175a2:
native cows, S1.75fi3.50; native heifers. 82.50
fcjS8o: bulls, 82.OU&-J.0O: calves. S2.5oi).0i).
HOGS Receipts, 6.O0O head; strong to 60
higher; top. S5.50; bulk of sales. S5.4Cty6.50;
heavy. S5.fi6.5i; packers, S5.4oiU6.50; lights
and figs. S5.(f6.45.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recclpts, 13,000
head; market 10c lower; native lambs, 85 50
ij'.uO; western lambs. 85.50fr7.00; fed ewes
and veurlings, S4.00fc6.15; western yearlings,
84.75'ij.16, western sheep, 84.0ii4. 16; stock
ers and feeders, 83.504.50.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. I,iOnS, Sept. 22. CATTLE Receipts,
centrifugal whites, 4 Ifc-Wg l-lo; yellows,
l iiy, seconds. 240 ?4c.
MoI.ASSKH-Nominnl, open kettle. 11$
7V . cetiti llugal. 6jl4c. Syrup, nominal, A
OMAHA WIIOLr.SAl.a. St ARItatT.
Ceadltlea ( Trade aad Qaotatloas an
Staple aad faney Fred nee.
EOOS Receipts, fair; market steady:
candled stock. 174c.
LIVE FOl'LTRY-Hena.lnfl roosters, 8c
turkeys, l.iflloc; ducks. 8lT9c; spring chick
i,L'T TER Packing stock, 16c; choice t
fancy dairy, l!tlic; creamery. iUa4c;
prln's, 2140 ...
Sl'OAR Standard granulated, In bbls.,
t& tt per cwt. ; cubes, ft per cwt. ; cut loaf,
S6 88 per cwt : No. 8 extra C. 86 to per cwt
No 1 extra C, 85 26 per cwt ; To. IS yellow.
85.20 per cwL; X.WX powdered. 86.80 per
FRFPH FISH "Tut. lie: halibut, list
buffalo tdresed, le, pickerel ldresed, se;
white bass (dressed). 12c; sunflVi. tc; perch
(scaled and dressed). 8c; pike. lie: eatflah,
15c; red snapper, 10c; salmon. He: croppies,
IZc; eels, 16c; bullheads, lie: Week bass. 2Ec;
whlteflsh. 11c; frog legs, per dog., a'.c; lob
sters, green. TTot boiled loosiers, avo; snaa
roe. 45c; Mtieflsh. 8e. .
HAY Prices quoted by Omahft Wholesale
Hay Dealers' association: No. 1 upland.
14.60; medium. Wfrvfgo; coarse, tt.
BRAN Per ton. 212.
OnANcJES-Vaiciicla. all sues, K OftfJI.J",
LEMONS Imonlerft, sxtj-a fancy Set
alxe. 87 00: 800 and 20 slses, ST niXfiSOO.
DATES Psr box of 80 1-rb. pkgs., $2;
Hallowe'en, In 70-tb. boses, per lb., tc
FIGS California, per lC-rb. enrtor., 1t9
85c; Imported Smyrna, t-crown. Uc; 8
crown. l.". ... vmt
RAN AN AS Per medlum-slied eunch, 21.71
C2.26; Jumbos, S2 502 300
FRUITS AND MELONS.
PEARS Colorado llart.oit. per 60-1.
flOo'-' eo; Utah Bartlett, S3 00; Flemish
Beauty, 82 00.
1 'L.LA1S -t tah and Colorado, per t-basket
crate. 81 .0OQ1.25; Italian prunes, $1.25.
I'svACHEd calnornla rre-stones. per box,
80c; Elbertas, oe; Colorado, 108 else. 76o.
CAMALOL'PE Texas. tei crate. 8-tx.
T.t.i Rnchv Kord aeed. 82.50.
WATERMELONS Alabama, Sweets, 180
260 each; crated, lo per lb. . , t
APPLES Dut cheat, rtealthy and Cobb
rippfns. In 8-bu. bln.. S2.76cS.00: In bu.
baskets. 81 .00- California Belieftowers. SLtO
BLUEBERRIES Slxeeen qU., 82.36.
HUCKL,EliEKRlES Sixteen lis.. SI. 503
GRAPES-Home grown Concords, per 8
1b, basket, 18c; Malagas and Muscats, per
4-basket crate, 81.00; Tokay, per 4-baakst
crate. 82. 04. .
QUINCES California, per box, SI. 7s.
WAX BEANS Per 4-bu. basket, 2fr335o
trlnr beans, per 4-tu. box, 2t'4tto.
I'OTATOES New, per bu., 60c,
BEANS .Navy, per bu., S-' 09.
CUCUMBERS Per dos., 26o.
TOMATOES Home grown, Va-bu. baskets,
25ii50c. . ,
CABBAQE Homo-grown, In crates, per
ONIONS Home-grown, yellow, red and
white, per bu., 60c; Spanish, per crate, 81.24,
BEETS New. per bu., JaC
CELERY Kalams too, per dox., 2So.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per l-bu,
bbl., 83 26.
TOMATOES Per basket. 40fJ50o.
HONEY New, per 24 Ids.. 88.00.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 16o; Wisconsin
brick, 13c; Wisconsin llmberger, 16c; twins,
U',c; young Americas, 124c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 16c; hard sheila, per lb., lie:
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., 12c; No. 2 bard
shells, per lb., 12c. Pecans, large, per lb.,
12c: small, per lb., lOo. Peanuts, per lb., 7c;
roasted, per lb., 8c. Chill walnuts, per lb.,
12trl34c. Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17o!
hard shells, per lb,, loo. Shellbark hickory
nuts, per bu., 81.78; large hickory nuts, per
bu., 81 50.
HIDES No. 1 green, tc: No 2 green, 80:
No. 1 salted, imc: No. 2 salted, 94: No. 1
veal calf. 11c; No. 2 veal calf 8c; dry salted.
JfiHc; aheep peits. 25c&tl-00; horse rMaa,
1 7i aft hesil IncluAlne- l.faal TMianns: natives '
weak; Texans steady; native shipping and i ,XiXTV!l
: export steers, S4.KVfl6.00; dressed beef and I .. "' "VJ .
...Li... ... 1 . . i- 1 .... I limited demand
lbs., S3 5u3.90; stockers and feeders, 12.45'i
3.90; cows and heifers, S0u&4.75; canners,
Sl.75iSC.26; bulls. S2.2..412.70; calves, 83. on
6.75; Texas and Indian steers. S2.0u0.5o;
cows and heifers. S2.Oiry3.9a
HOOS Receipts. 6.5uo head: strong; pigs
and lights, 85.(094.60; packers. S0.OO1Q6.6O;
butchers and best heavy, S5.40iu6.75.
SHEEP AND LAMns Receipts, 2.000
res, while the head; market strong; native muttons, 84.'
weakness and fis.oo; lambs, SS.Ot'tHW; culls and buck
S3.00'34.6o; stockers, 84.004.25; Texans, S4j
.1414 I 10
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
BT. JOflEPH. Sept. 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.603 head; steady to strong: na
tives, S3.6c,6.u0; cows snd heifers. S1.60
4.75; stockers and feeders, 82.75'5'I.QO.
HOOS Receipts. U,3o head; steady to
strong; light, S5.fcrjj6.60; medium and
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.4S7
head; active to Bteady; lambs. So. 76; year
Stonx City Live Stock Market.
Tl-iTTV eiTV D.. On I U.i.nl n I T.U.
Mm. . ... . y . ' mMt. V .'I'rvi.l . 1 '1
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 610 head; mar-
et steady; neeves, u.Kma..i); cows. Duns
nd mixed. 82. 25S3. CO: stockers and feeders.
83 0O&4 OO; calves and yearlings, S2.60ii8 .40.
HOOS Receipts, 8.000 head; market weak
to 5c lower, selling at 85.2045. 35; bulk of
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at tha six principal
western markets yesterday:
I 46 cows....
4 feeders.. 817
1 feeder... 750
6 feeders.. 663
8 heifers.. 4'.6
series. Following are the sales In detail:
New South Wales 2 200 bales: greasy. 74dft
Is 34d. Queensland 2,000 bales; scnurel,
lsSdt)ls34d: gressv, 74dflls. Victoria 000
bales; scoured, lstfla fd. New Zealand 4 400
bales; scoured. SVjdlsM. Cape of Good
Hope and Natal 500 bales; scoured, lid
IsftWd. River Plata 1.2o0 bales: scoured.
94dfiliS4d; greasy. lOd. Punta Arenas too
bales; scoured, lsrls4d: greasy, 94di"ls.
M4 i Falkland islands 200 bales; greasy, 104i
Hi. uu is, ept. wurjLe tjreaay ; me
dium grades, combing and clothing. fvt
34c; light fine. 21 :1k:; heavy fine, lbQZic;
tub washed, S2b2c.
St. Louis General Market.
ST. LOU18, Bept. 22. WHEAT Higher;
K',. y-m.a ...ah i.Vvil.ir X-l n liAlXe tri.nlr
55, ! to460c; December, 34c; May, 868640;
creams, small I Wisconsin central
Northern Pacific .... 1 700 21'4
Central Leather 2 100 44'
do preferred ........ 2 4CO l.'44
SJIoss-BhefneM 1,3J 70
Total sales for tha day, tst.800 shares.
Philadelphia Prodse Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 22 BUTTER
Firm: extra western creamery, 22c; extra
pearby prints. 23o.
Fa3GS Steady: nearby, fresh, loss off, 2!o;
nearby, fresh. Se. at mark; western, fresh,
tiwi'JIc. at mark.
CHEESE Dull; New York full cream,
fancv. L'.ic: New York full cream, choice,
H4jl2o; fair to good, U4dU4-
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. Bept. 22.-8 EED 8 Clover, cash.
27.00; October. 27.05; December. S7.ia: Janu
ary. 84 86- Altlke, prime, 17 60. Tlmolhy,
prime, tl 61.
LONDON. Sept. 22. Suppllea of money
were more abundant In the market todav
end the demand was quiet. Discounts were
slightly easier. Bill buvers were cautions
In view of the uncertainties of the outlook
Trading en the Stock exchange was dull
owing to the monetary situation. In conse
quence of which an advance In the Rnk
ot England's rate of discount la consid
ered Inevitable soon. Trading was Inactive,
partly owing to the approach of the settle
ment, wr.iie tne week end caused some
realisations. The movements were Irregu
lar Consols were easier, depressing other
Sections. Americana opened dull and Inac
tive and moved Irregularly at about rarity
wild, iaa uBBreTsaiaiua, iauiavme a J,ah
No. 2 lard. MWc
CORN Higher; No. 1 cash. 63c; track.
64c; Decemtier. 524c; May, 6:4c.
OATS Higher; No. z cash. 2c; track,
U4; December. 274c; May, 2943-4o; No.
2 v. hite, awc.
FIXJUR uulet: red winter patents.
S4.104j4.40; extra fancy and straight. Si.7ixi
4.05: clear. 82.904.3.16.
BEEI Timothy, lower; 82 S6TJ3.IO.
COKNMEALe-Bteady at 82 60.
BRAN Firm: sacked, east track. rS4o
HAY Steady; timothy. ts.Mul2.bti; prairie.
t7 .0013 60.
IKON 1 imiin 1 ir-JSrjc.
HEMP TWINE 4c
PROVISIONS Pork. steady; Jobbing,
816 40. I-ard. higher: prime steam, 87.30.
Dry salt meats: ktrady; boxed extra shorts,
Ss 374; clear ribs, 8 76; short clears, 89.124.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts, to.OO;
clear ribs In 75: short clear. 89 674.
POULTRY Weak; chickens 10c; springs.
1i104c; turkeys, U'alic; ducks, 9c; geese,
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 1522c; dairy,
EGGS Firm at 14. case eount.
Flour, bbls t.OuO ri 0u0
Wheat, bu.., 66.0uO 43 OuO
Corn, bu 61.00 47. Of")
Oats, bu 29.000 SS.OuO
881 2 60
.100 2 60
.M65 2 24
.1600 2 66
,10UO 2 65
.892 2 84
. 9j0 2 36
. TsO 1 76
. 780 2 30
. t4 2 46
. 710 2 26
.650 2 00
H. E Cheney Colo.
. 9:0 2 60 17 cows 9n3
. 875 2 0 2 feeders., b&O
Lynch ft Co. Neb.
. 9W 2 60
8. W Smith Neb.
. Ill IM 4 calves..
. 303 I 90 8 calves..
.1130 2 76 1 bull...
Grant Meeks Neb.
T feeders.. 8"2 2 10 1 bull..
t cows 914 2 40 5 cows...
2 COWS 1024 t 40
fl steers., ..lr 8 40 21 steers..
21 steers.... 9 1 20 26 steers..
It steers.... 657 2 80 22 steers..
27 steers. ...1212 8 86 83 feeders
2 70 9 cows 818 2 35
2 70 17 cows 1018 t W
HOOK There was another small run here
In fact, the offerings have not been heavy
any day this week. There were seventy-
two cars of fairly good hogs here and eny
couraalnc reports from the east put con
siderable life Into the trade. Buyers were
out early and evidently wanteo a tew nogs.
Or.enlns prices were fully steady with yes
terday, wi.lle some good prime light weights
sold early at prices strong to 24c higher.
There was consiaeranie activity nispiayea
on the opening, but later in the morning
after the more urgent orders were filled
the market eased off a Utile and trading
was a little alow. Heavy hogs were not
In as good demand as yesterday and were
slow In moving at the prices. The bulk of
the hogs sold at 8 263.35. with some good
hogs selling at 85 424- Prices eased of
little late and the market closed weaker
28 cows 949
17 feeders.. 841
12 steers.. ..1274
Milwaukee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Sept. 22 WHEAT Firm;
No. 1 northern. S-Vrrs.c; No. 2 northern. 830
85c: December, 854c. asked.
nit-firm: Mi. 1, ge.
COKN Strong. 4to.
No. 2, ISc; sample, ts
No. At. se. Pr. No. At. fh. Ft.
to 144 40 I If 14 SM 10 I H
M it 40 8 M 70 244 4 8 11
M Ill 40 i tt Tt tit ... I ilk,
41 Ill It I tt IS 2 1 10 till
14 .10 M lilli M .141 W IIIS4
II :4 19 I I'- tt 144 12V I lit,
t w 1 rv, ti ut to 1 u
II m to I ft 71 12, ... 1 it
U Il-t 140 127 tt lit 44 I 14
It., t4 lt I 7 II 131 110 I tt
H 114 10 1174 It lit IM I K
t i' ' I rvt t 14 ts I at
tt ttl st 6 174 1 m to I
at lit It I 17 41 ,10 U0 4 st
41 lut ... I T4 tt Ml ... I It
t ttl 44 8 tTw 17 2U 10 8 It
1 Ml ... ih, tt all ltd I It
tt 110 ... I M To til ... I 174
11 H 124 l1 II 144 4 in
U 144 ... I 14 14 224 ... I 7sZ
tl 142 14 I 10 17 Ill ... r-l7w
70 I4 4u I 14 44 1 1 M I 40
tt 114) t M to lot 4 i 40
4 Ill ... 114 tt IM ... 44
II lit 4 j 4 14 1st M I 4
tl 21 til I t tt l tO I 44
41 141 ... tt U lit ... I 44
41. let ... I tt 14 Ill ... 4t
U 21 St I M 41 let ... I tt
II Ml ... tie 40 lat ... 14
at 8 1114 M I.t 40 6 4
H Aat 4 ttea 84 4 ... 1 424
NEW YORK. 8ept. 22 METALS The
London tin market was lower, closing at
146 loa fur spot and A 144 12s 4d for futures.
Locally the market was quiet and about 10
points off on the average, spot being quoted
at 831.7tVflfl2.00. Copper lost part of the re-
ent gain in London, closing at aw 10s for
spot and 69 6s for futures. Locally the
market continues quiet with quotations
more or leas nominal. I.ake and electrolytic
are quoted at Slti 0tu16 20, casting at l5.75'i
16.00. Lead was unchanged at .1 da in
London and at 84 & '4 4 90 In the local mar
ket. Spelter continues firm locally, with
spot held at 85 i fu uo. London was higher
at 26 ICS 3d. The foreign market for Iron
was higher, with standard foundry closing
at 47s Id and Mld!leslorough at 41s lo4'l.
Locally the market Is firm, with prices
slightly higher on northern grades N'o. 1
NEW YORK. Sept. 12 COTTON Spot
closed quiet. 10 points higher; middling up
lands. 10.95c; middling gulf, 11.20c. Bales,
ST. IX5UI3, Sept. 22 COTTON Steady ;
, lis paies; stock, t.oto Daiee.
Sept. 22 -COTTON-Spot In
prices uncnangea; Ameri
can mltldling, D.B41. rne sales ot ine nay
were 5.0UO bales, of which 5 were for speo
ulatlon and export, and Included 4,700 Amer
ican. Receipts, 14,000 balea, Including IS, 500
ANEWn6RLEANS, Sept. 22.-COTTON
The market opened easy and-steady. Sales,
1.9il0 bales. Ordinary, 711-14c; good ordi
nary, 84c: low miuuiing. -o: minanng.
104c; good middling, 104c; middling fair.
10 16-16C. Receipts, 2,442 bales; stock, 82,78a
(tile alt ttosla.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 OILS Cottonseed,
steudv; prime yellow, 244-5v25c. Petroleum,
steady; refined New York. 87.80: Philadel
phia and Baltimore. 87.45: Philadelphia, and
Baltimore in bulk. H-tA. Turpentine, steady
at 6tu.iii4i7e. 11
ROSIN Steady; atralned, common to
good. . 75 73 .80.
SAVANNAH, Oa.. Sept. 22. OILS Tltr.
pentlne, Arm, 63V(f4M. Rosin, firm; A. H,
C. 83.35: D, 83.70:12. 84 26; F, 84 40; O, 84.46;
H. 14 .474; I, 84.60: K. t4 65; M, t4 65; N.
S4.70; W4. S5.16: WAV, 85.45.
OIL CITY, Pa., Sept. 22. 07L Oredlt
balances. 81.44: certlflcates, no bid: ship
ments. 77.153 bbls.: average, 79.84S bbls.;
runs, 82,630 bbls.; average, 64.675 bbls.; ship
ments, Lima, 81,362 bbls.; average, 60.K31
bbls.; runs, Lima, 65,411 bbls.; average,
Duluth Grain Market.
DULUTH, Sept. 22. WHEAT To arrival
No. 1 northern, 83Nc: No. 2 northern, 804o.
On track: No. 1 northern. 834c; No. 2 north
ern. 804c: September, old. 834c; September,
new. Ko4c; December. 7940.
OATS To arrive and on track. 2840.
foundry, northern, is quoted at 817 0O&17 S5;
No. 2 foundry, northern, at S16 6v316 i5; No.
1 foundry, southern, at 816 2Mil6.75, and No.
foundry, southern, at S15.7 Vit 16 2o
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 22 METALS Lead.
firmer, at t4.75tH774- Speller, higher, at
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails.
NEW YORK. Sept. 22 EVAPORATED
APPLES The market continues firm with
business in futures a little more active and
prices said to be a shade higher. 1 he spot
market shows no quotable change, but it is
said that some difficulty is experienced in
obtaining supplies of attractive qualities at
Prime are quoted at lii
T'n.e. choice at 74e and fancy at 6c
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunea
are In very light supply on spot and many
Sixes are practically exhausted, with the
result that quotations are fairly held. Ap
ricots are In fair demand on spot and prices
show an advancing tendency. Choice are
quoted at t4&c, extra choice at Cii4c.
Sot supplies of peaches appear to be prao-
licauy exnauateu ana quotations are nom
inal for the time b-lng. Raisins are firm.
Ixoee muscatels are quot-d at 3ii7c.
aeeoea raisins at taJ'.o ana txmaon la
at ll.UD !.
COUNT OF COUNTY BALLOTS
Canvass of Returns la Primary tle
tloa Dtaolosea Some Mlaof
County Clerk Prexel, with his chosen as
sistants, Frank Furay and Otto Btuman,
representing the republican and democratic
parties, respectively. Is busily canvassing
the election returns of the primary held
. Some minor dlscrepnctes have been found,
especially In the line of not sufficient com
pliance with the law. For Instance, In tha
Becond precinct of the Fourth ward a candi
date for committeeman on the republican
side received two votes, whereas no nomina
tion paper was filed, as required by law. A
formal protest was filed with the board re
lating to this case specifically, but also
broad enough to cover other rases of tha
same kind. Tr members of the board
agreed, practlca that the man who wants
to be commltte n has no standing undur
the law and wli; jt be certified aa commit-teeman.
Several complications ' of no particular
significance have been found which tha
board will determine after the formal can
vass, which Is expected to be finished by
PREPARING FOR THE KING
Illumination of tko Imperial
llelnar Made to Receive Hie
NEW TORK, Sept. 22,-COFFEE-Market
opened unsteady to a decline of t points,
and later sold about 6 points lower all
around under moderate hedge operations
and disappointing European cables Interior I
recelnts for the day were light, however. I
and the market rallied In the afternoon on
Wall street buying, which waa also said
to be promoted by agitation with regard to
the duty. The close was steady, net un
changed to lo points higher. Sales were re
ported of 5 bags. Including October at
1 05c. November at 7 20c. December at 7
7 80c, January at 7;i7 35c. March at 7 4j
75tc and May at T6'i7.60c. Knot Rio,
steady; No. 7 Invoice, c; mild, firm. Cor
The work of preparing the city hall, court
house and Res building for the Ak-Sar-Ben
Illuminations has been started. The strings
of street lamps will be pearly all In by tha
I close of the week, when they will be tested.
The sum of tin was allowed City Electri
cian Michaelsen for the city hall decora
tions, but he thinks he can manage with
876. The Western Electrical company has
the contract for the court bouse. Wiring
along tha streets and on other buildings la
Isgsr aad Mulassee.
NEW YORK. Sept 22-BUGAR-Raw,
nominal; fair refining, Sc; centrifugal, !4
test, 34c; molasses fi-ar, 24c Refined,
unsettled; No. 4. 4 if- No. T, 4 45c; No. 8.
4S6c; No. 9. 4 3'; No. 10, 4 25c; No. 11,
416c: No. 12. 4.10c; No. 13. 4e; No. 14. 8 96c;
confectioners' A, 4 96c: mould A. t 45o; cut
loaf, t.fcoc; crushed. 680c; powdered. t.Sfco;
granulated, t ltW-; rubes I 35c.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept 22 -SUGAR
Qult; epeu Kettle, ceoulfugal, 14a 44c;
tfata Oafleei Fifth aad Huberts Streets,
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