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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2D, 1003.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Kanpi Higher at Ope.fng, hut
ALL LINES ABE EXTREMELY INACTIVE
r laid f Have Taken Protti
Loner December Bid for
Export Cora Are Little
Oat . ot Line.
w. . OMAHA. Sept. 2t. 1908.
... " "'"I' Uttle higher through the
5 ,y l2Srn,n' but 'eaed off below yester
day. The pressure on May. when
"""w"!' anr at trader thought
It looked Ilk Armour ai taking profits
00 long December wheat by selling the
May on an elevator proposition. News
came from Kansas that farm deliveries
wheat at Milwaukee, as millers withdrew
and considerable grain had to be carried
over. Northwest receipts are large and
southwest receipts continue to decrease.
The railroad yards at Minneapolis era ran.
"ted with wheat. Winnipeg received 403
.? ' .1 "cnsiern, ware and Valen
tine all think wheat will be hlgner. Sep
tember closed at u. December at 86V
86o and May at 87lifi87'ac.
Corn also w easier, Bid for export
were a little out ot line. September closed
at tlHc. old September at 61Vc, December
. V,!"?..'a cemper at 45',46c and May
Reports Indicate a Uttle better movement
of oats In the country. Export demand
w fair; options were a simile lower. Sep
tember closed at 27c, December at 2ac
and May at tOttc.
Liverpool closed W&Hd higher on wheat
ana yij'Hd higher on com. The ticker
says the nqueese Is on la earnest In Sep
tember wheat at Liverpool, where the price
im uji in over rugni, or nearly Wo a bushel.
The more deferred months were up H4yVc
a ousnei, fans private cables note an
advance there ot '4yo a bushel and say
Indications are fur a general waking up of
Primary wheat receipts were l.SM.fHX)
Duvneis ana Shipments 757.0U) bushels,
against receipts last year of 1. 286.000 bush
els and shipments of 447.000 bushels. Corn
receipts were 631. 000 bushels and shipments
io,mw nusneis, against receipts last year
of So 000 bushels and shipments of 532, (XX)
bushels. Clearances were 111,000 bushels of
corn, 80,000 bushels of oats, 12,000 bushels of
wheat and 88.000 barrels of flour.
Deliveries on September contracts at Chi
cago yesterday were 138,000 bushels of
wheat, 240.000 bushels of corn and 5.000
Dusnels of oats. Kansas r ty reported Ar
mour as a large buyer of December corn
there yesterday at 4c under Chicago May.
The close there was 40tf40Ho, or 8Ho under
Omaha Cask, Sates.
wjiciAT-m. i hard. 1 car, 80c; 1 oar,
'"i spring, l car, isc
CORN-No. 8. 1 car, 4o.
Omaha. Casa Prices.
WHEAT No 1 hard, 80o; No. S hard,
iokj nu, spring, waive.
corn No. 2, 4Hc; No. $. 4?Hc ; No. 4
fnvc; no graae, 4i(Q4&c; no. i yellow
Wiawvtc: No 1 yellow, 4Sfl48'4c: No. !
white, 4a4Stto; No. 3 white. 4KW48c.
OATS No. 2 mixed. 25ra26Vc: No. 1 mixed.
24&25c; No. 4 mixed, 24'&24c; No. 2 while,
2va26V: No white, 20nJ2tVic; No. 4
wane, ata; aianaara. zsc.
Wheat. Corn. Cats.
Ksnsas City IM
St. Louis 1 73
Minneapolis Qrala Market.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery). Tbs range et prices aa reported
by the Edwards-Wood
Board 6f Trade building,
Articles. I Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Tes y.
Wheat i I t ' : ' ' ' I
Sept.,. 2S 12 3 I It 8S4
. Dec... 833'a . 3V . H2 62 Mv,
May...jt6M8GV 8a HoTk M1
WHKAT-No. 1 lard. 8BHo; No. 1 northern,
I4c; to arrive. l4Wc: No. 2 northern. SlKc:
to arrive, WHc; No. S, 79S0c; No. 1 Durum,
CORN No. i yellow, 50Hc; No. I, 60c,
OATS No. 2 white, a...-: No. 1
R YB to 6314.
FLAX 101 Vid tto arrive, 101 o.
WEATHER IX THIi GRAI BELT
1 Shlaea for
A trough of low pressure extends
the extreme Missouri vallley and northern
nocay mountain siope to tne southwest
i his low is ' accompanied by warmer
weather In the mountains, and generally
warmer weatner prevails from the moun
tains east to the Atlantic coast, and con,
tlnued fair and warm weather will prevail
in mis vicinity louignt ana rnaay. in
pressure continues highest over the fast
rn states. Kalns continue In the west
gulf states and on the north Faclno coast.
Oma-ia reoora ot temperature and
precipitant n compared with tha corre
ponding aay of the last three years
1W6. 1V04. liKu. 1903
Minimum temperature.... M 68 60 4
rrecipiiauon w .oj .uu ,w
Normal temperature for today, U de
Denclancy tn Dreclultatlon since March
t il Inches.
Deiicie.,uy correSDOndlng Derlod In 1904.
Kxceea corresponding; pel kd In ltot.
Stations. Max. Mln,
Ashland. Neb 88 . M
!r. Island, Neb..
Hartlngton. Neb. M
Oakdale, Neb..... 83
Oiuaha, Neb W
Tekamah. Neb.. I 87
Carroll. la 85
Clarlnda, la W
Sibley, la 84
Hloux City. la.... W
ake, la. .
No. of -TeuiD Rain
illations. Max. Mln. Indies.
30 84 64 .00
18 . Hi 48 .00
14 88 U .00
11 M 60 .00
18 8H 60 .00
18 .88 bi .1)0
26 " .84 62 .00
16 6t 68 .00
13 88 6( .00
Des Moines, la...
Kansas City. Mo.
Si. Louis, Mo:...
L, A. WELBH.
Loal Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
t. Lonle tieneral Market.
ST. liOUIS, Sept. 58. WHEAT Futures
lower, cash firm; No. 8 red cash, elevator,
84VuWviiu; track. SStjSSic; IXcomber, 83vvrf
83V: May gHSihGVic; No. I hard. eUfiSttc.
CORN lxer; No. 2 cash, 61c; track 62c;
OATS Firm; No. t cash. 28c; track, 2So;
December, 27,c; May, irc; No. I while,
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, $4.10
64 40' extra fancy and straight, $3.7v4)-4.10;
SkiEl Timothy, steady at t2.tO64.0a,
t'OKNMEAly Steady at t-'.tu,
BRAN Firm; sacked, east track, tQ
HAY-Bteady; timothy. $8.006U.&0; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES tC.
PROViaiON Pork. lower; Jobbing.
$15.00. Lard, higher; prime steamed. $.9'-,l.
lry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts.
8 26; clear firm. S.62Vi; short clears. 88 e7H.
Bacon, steady: boxed extra short. $4.87,;
clear ribs, 19.50; short clear. $9.2lt
POULTRY eileady: chickens, 10c; springs,
lvtil2c; turkeys, 13415c; ducks, tc; geese,
bCTTFR-Steady; creamery, lSJTJSc;
EGO Lasy, WV4C-. ciuae count.
Tlniir hhla - 7.000 11(40
Wheat, bu 72. 0W M.O110
Corn, bu . H3.ot tl.Otaj
OaW. bu W.lWO 44,000
PaUa4rhln rroalaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Bept. 38. B UTT E R
rirm; extra western creamery. HQk:
emr nearriv brtnts. Z3c.
EOOS Finn; nearby freah. loss off. IV;
erby freah, to at mark; western iresn,
IlVfiiTVvc at mark.
CHEESU tjvilet; New Tfork full cream,
fancy. Uc; New York full cream, choice.
HulV:- New York full cream, (air to
Uveuaoal Grata Market.
LIVKRI"OOL. Sept. 2. WHEAT Spot
staadvi No. 1 red western, winter. As M
Future quiet ; . Dect-uilarr. ta KVxdi klana,
COKN-El'vjt. Qvi.ot; Aineilcaa ituAed, is
id, Foturee steady: December. 4a I1:
auuary, 4a 4Ad; March, 4e JVd.
IllCAOO OR IM AXD PROVmoSS
Festsret ot the Trading- aad Cloalaa-
Prices oa Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, dept. .I.lher.l receipts of
nest today In the nirih,t
weaken the wheat market here it ihn
loae wheat for December delivery was off
Corn and nata r. ..,.h A,.-.
'rovlslon are up 5jjl2
The easv feellr.v in tk k ---u... ji-
veloped soon after the opening. Influenced
prices ai Liverpool the market
ere opened steady to firm, with December
nchaneed to Un MrV uuuA r
chief reason for the earner tnne .t,.
uently was clear weather thrn.hxnt ih.
greater portion of the Inlted Slates. In
this connection II m nnir.1.,.4 . ,..
Cfipts at Minneapolis and Dultith were a?ain
iiersi, arrivals today st the two points
being 987 cars, against 69S cars the corre
sponding day a year ago. Another bearish
factor wss a reDort that drouth tn imii
nd Roiimanla h,1 K-on v. . .. Ti i
last part of-the session the market heM
teSdV Under fair i4aman. - ln4l
bull. December touched R5j.e ind ttloaaA
teady at ttVvWSS'ic. Clearances of wheat
nd flour were eoual to lfa.nm hn.hoia rvi.
mary receiDts were 1 HAD nm hnah.i,
pared with 1, 208.000 bushels a year ago.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 1.084 cars, against 734 cars last
" ana six a year ago.
Moderate aiinnor frnm a K..t.n. v.. it
beld the corn market falrlv atrariv. no-
wlthstanding Ideal weather for the matur-
ng or me new crop. The volume of tradlns-
I Small. Exnort demand man rennrte.1
ess urnnt Pit im. M.-,.ii .
bearlshly Inclined. The market closed
steady. December opened unchanaed tn Ho
lower at 44tf4fic, held within the opening
range and closed at 447c. Local receipt"
were 170 cars, with 120 cars of cnntrai-t
The oats market was quite firm early on a
fair Cash demand. Tjitar tha tnarWat aa and
off a trifle In sympathy with other grain.
Absence of export demand was a late fac
tor. December Onened unchane-ed to a
hade hlRher at JR.o to ?s3.c- sold nfr
to 2Mkfi2SUc and closed at 2fcUc. I.oral re
ceipts were 29 cars.
Provisions were firm on covering by
shorts. Higher prices for live hogs helped
to stimulate demand for hog product". At
the close January pork was up 12Hc at
I12.B2H. Lard was Be at tti.82H'(j6.85. Ribs
were 6c higher at W.65.
ine leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlclea.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.l Tes'r.
6 Hi 51T4j'n hi
4BV Waft 461
14 65 I
6 85 I
No. t fOld. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm: winter natenta. tt SfVfr
4.20; straights, $3.604.10; spring patents,
S4.2ifcS4.40; straights, 1.4.00, bakers,' f-'.to
WHEAT No. I spring, 87c; No. 8, 824i85c;
No. 2 red. 854585c.
CORN No. Z. 621-(!ifi2Vtr No J vellnnr K51.
OATS No. Z. 27le: No. 1 white. SSira
294c; No. 3 white, 27V4&29C.
rt I K NO. 2. 71c.
BARLEY Oood feedlns- 7c: fair to choice
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 97c; No. 1 northwest
ern. $1.03',,. Timothy, prime, 13. La. Clover,
contract grade, $12.25.
fROVISIONS-Mess pork, per bbl.. $14.75
Uns, Lard, per 100 lbs., $7.22H. Short ribs
siaes (loose i. 61X118.06. Short e ear slda
The followtna were .tha reeatnta mwA
Shipments of flour and grain:
Flour, bhls 59.000
Wheat, bu inih.ii
Corn, bu 830,000
Oats, bu 483.600
Rye. bu 23,0"0
Barley, bu 203,500
Oo the Produce exchana-e todav tha hut,
ter market wna ateaHv iM9m.in. i -r,
(nc, dairies. tsHc. Eggs, steady; at
mark, cases Included, 17Hc; firsts. lSWc;
prime firsts. 20i,c; extras, 2Jc. Cheese. Arm;
"EW YORK OE5GRAL MARKET
Uaolatloaa of the Day
NKW YORK. Bent. 28 IT1.ni'fi.naini.
20.177 bbls.; exports. 10,244 bbls,; market was
dull but steady; Minnesota nntent ties.
fit.16; Minnesota bakers, la ikK,(4 rti- mint..
patents, $4.264.76; winter straights, $4.ou4J
4.10; extraa. 12.50fl3.35: Winltir I11W iri'uilnM
$2.75!&'3.30. Rye flour, steady; fair to good,
3 86ij4.16; choice to fancy. $4.164.60; spot
and to arrive. Buckwheat flour, stead v:
$2.36i(j2.60, to arrive, October.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and yel
'2. J1 2fc&1.30; coarse, $1.1461.16; kiln dried.
tit Hi oull;
No. I western, 71o c. I. L
BARLEY Oulef feadlnar IttiKlu.
WHEAT Receipts, 12,000 bu.; spot mar.
ket barely steady; No. 3 red, 89c, elevator,
and 80V if. o. b.. afloat; No. 1 northern
DuluUi, TT40 f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 Northern
Manitoba, We f. o. b., afloat. After a
Uttle firmness around the opening. Influ
enced by better cables and bullish Argen
tina news, wheat weakened under liquida
tion and closed partly o net lower. Late
factors Included a heavy Interior move
ment, fine weather and rains In Indiana.
September, tlfrtHsVs, closed at 91c; Decem
ber, 80 6-lBU804C, closed at 90S.C; Udy,
80 ll-lwfTM 7-loc. closed at 90c.
CORN Receipts. 168,726 bu.; exports.
7,890 bu.; spot market barely steady; No.
2. 68Hc. elevator, and 691e f. o. b., afloat;
No. i yellow and white, bWsO. Option mar
ket quiet and steady, net unchanged. Sep
tember closed at 68V?; December, 63L,U
6SKtO. closed at 6314c; May closed at 6tue.
OATS Receipts, 184,600 bu.; exports, 31,3
bu.; spot market steady; mixed oata, 28
to 32 pounds, 32HSV33 14jc ; natural white, 30
to 8J pounds, SSiriXiic; clipped white. 88 to
40 pounds, 36Vfc63n14c,
HAY Quiet; shipping. 603&Dc; good to
HOPS Steady: state, common to choice.
1906 crop, 18m 22c; 1904 crop, 154121c; olds, 6 if
11c. Pacific, 1906 crop, 16618c; 1904 crop. 14ir
20c; olds. 8tmc.
nllibo rirm; oalveston. Z0 to 28 1'jb..
20c; California. IX to 2b lbs.. 19ac: Txiia.
dry, 24 to 30 lbs., 18c.
LEATHER Firm; acid, Z412e
PROVISIONS Beef, steady: family. 811 60
12 00; mess, $.t06 10.00; beef hams. $21.0ty,
22.60; packet. $10.6041 11.00; city, extra India
mess, is wtntttaj. 4,-ut meats, easy; plekled
bellies. $8.7bfal0.50; pickled shoulders, $7.tt)'tf
7.60; pickled hams $10.00. Lard, steady;
western steamed, $7.86; refined, steady; coin-
round, $5 62 ttjp 6 .75. Pork, steady; family,
IJ &c7l8 00; short clear, $14.5i 14.30, mesa,
tallow wteaay ; city (2.otl per rk:.l.
4Vc; country (pkg. freei. 4't1i41-,c. .
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra. t
6c; Japan, nominal.
POULT RT Alive, steady; western chick
ens, lie; fowls, 13c; turkeys. 13c. Drewed.
weak: western chickens. lltilSc: fowls, ltc:
spring turkeys. 144J18C.
tiL nr.it- rirm; srreei, price, extra
creamery, Wniio. Official prices: Cream.
ery. common to extra. 17fc2Mc; state dairy,
common 10 extra. iolvgj"c; western Imi
tation creamery, extra, 19c; western firsts,
CHEK8W Quiet, uncnanged.
EtR'iJ Firm; state. Prnnsylvarla and
nearby fancy, selected white. 80c; western
extra firals, 22:t3c; western firsts, tic.
Mtaaeaswllg tarala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. t8--WHEAT-BeptemrK-r.
$2c; December, K'c; May,
tc; No. 1 hard. tiSc ; . No. 1 northern,
ttVc; No. I northern, TJi-
FLOUR First patents, $S.0OTi.l0: second
patenta, t4.0p4 tft; first clears, $3.8063 9;
second clears. $2.4T2 75.
BRAN la bulk, $11.50.
PEORIA. III.. Sept W. CORN-Steady;
No. S yellow, 53c; No. t. 63c.
OATS Steady; No. t white, SSVio; No. 4
RYE Iwr; Na S.' 4rtc.
WHISKX-tl JU basis for finished goods.
Mllwaakeo Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Sept. W -WHEAT
Steady; No. 1 northern. 87S:8va." No. I
northern. 84j7c; December. a.tiwHo.
RYK Steady; No. L 643 :.-.
BARLEY Steady; No. Z. 64c; sample,
CORK Weak; May, tWtNfVJ bid.
Dalatk Crala Market. '
DULUTH. Sept. 28 WHEAT To arrive.
No. 1 northern, 43Vi No. 2 northern. 8Hc;
on track. No. 1 northern, PVl September,
old. ttS; fcteitenilrr, uw, tie;' December.
7!ic; May. 8.14c. -
OA! a To aiilve auij un Uack, 27V
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Dealiags Ara Light Owint to Iacvattd
Dcmana for Money,
CALL LOANS RISE TO FIVE PER CENT
Baak ot F.nglaaa Advances Rate ot
Dlscooat to Toar Per (eat an
Effect is Perceptible at
NEW TORK. Sept. . There was a per
ceptible demand for money today and the
stock market showed the effect, although
the course of money waa very definitely
and confidently foreseen. Both call loans
and time loan ratea were quoted higher,
call loans going 8 per cent and the sup
ply waa obvloualy growing scarcer. Soma
slight effect on prices of stocks was pro
duced, but the principal result In the stock
market was the stagnation of the specula
tion. Various factors conduced to the
course of the money market. Doubtless
there Is an extensive shifting of loans go
ing on to prepare for the great syndicate
oeratlons 1 which fall due on Saturday,
but aside from this the actual cash re
serves of the banks are subject to In
creasing drain. The event of the day was
the advance in the Bank of England dis
count rates of full 1 per cent to 4 per
cent, carrying It back to the level of two
years ago, since which time it has pro
gressively declined until the advance of
three weeks ago. The proportion of the
bank's reserve to liability Is down to 4" 03
per cent, which is lower than the reserve
has stood for many years. It compares
with the percentage of 67V this time last
year. The action of the bank Is thus
made clear, even after allowance is made
for the Urge amount of gold in Its posses
sion which Is earmarked for the Indian
government and which does not figure in
tha reserve. It Is confidently expected that
I he Imperial Bank of Germany will Imi
tate the English bank at Its next meet
ing. The advance in the sterling rate at
Paris also indicated the effect on the Paris
money market. Tha effect will be to
throw obstacles in the way of the move
ment of gold to New York. The price of
gold was marked down In London ap
parently In the confidence that the rise
In the bank rate would prove an efficient
protection. The foreign exchange market
here In New York, however, receded in
spite of the hardening of foreign money
markets. On the side of the domestio cur
rency movement, Chicago reported a free
shipment of funds from that center to the
agricultural districts and the New York
rate of exchange at Chicago receded to
20 cents discount as a result of transferring
the pressure to the New York market. The
loss of the banks to the subtreaaury was
extended to over $5,000,000 for the week
compared with the gain of over $l,000,0u0
for the corresponding period of last week.
In addition, $200,000 was deposited at the
subtreasury for telegraphlo transfer to
New Orleans and a credit balance by the
subtreasury at the clearing house today
indicated the taking up of another large
sum bv that Institution to flauro In the
next bank statement. Several parcels of
gold have arrived from Europe during the
week, which will be a partial offset.
The resumption of refunding announced
by the secretary of the treasury made a
good Impression, but the relief to the
money market by this method will depend
on the taking out of new circulation which
may result, and will operate but slowly
at the best. One or two stocks showed
some degree of strength and helped to
sustain the market, notably Southern Pa
ciflc, which was the subject Of revived
rumors of early dividend action. The late
movement In Chesapeake A Ohio was slmt
lar, but was of slight effect on the closing
tone, which was easy. An addlltonal Item
to be considered In next week's money
market will be the payment of New York
taxes, the reaulrements for which are es
timated at between )20,000.000 and $30,000,000,
durinsr the week. '
Bonds were dul land heavy. Total sales,
par value, $3, OX. 000. United Slates 2a de
clined 5 on call.
The following were the quotations on the
New York Stock exchange:
Amal. Copper 18.700
Am. Car A F 1,100
Am. CotWn Oil
800 SOtt 20
Am. H. A L. pfd !00 ,
Am. Ice Securities.... 200
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Smelt. & Refng.
Am. Sugar Refng....
Am. Tob. pfd ctf
Anaconda M. Co
Atlantic Coast Line..
Bait. Ohio 2.700
Brooklyn R. T...
Central of N. J..
Ches. A Ohio ....
Chi. A Alton
Chi. Ot. Western
Chi. A N. W
C, M A 8t. P
Chi. Term. A T ,
C C.. C. A St. I.
Colo. Fuel A Iron ....
Colo. A Southern
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Consolidated Gas ....
Del. & Hudson
D. . L. A W
100 214 218
760 'ii 'swi
600 n4 90
5 41 4.1Vt 4?H
Fim so i4
930 82 81H
100 7314 TPk
100 181 4 181 J
100 9014 SOU
4"0 183 18114
700 20H lSrlJ
Den. ft Rio Orande...
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd 4....
General Electric .....
Hoi king Valley
Illinois Central .e
K. C. Southern
Louis. A Narhvllle...
Met. St. Ry
Minn. A St. I.
M.. St. P. A S. S. M..
M . K. A T
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. T.. O. A W
Norfolk A Western..
North A met lean
P.. C. C. A St. L. ....
Pressed Steel Car....
Pullman Palace Car..
200 8214 82V4
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co
St. L. A 8. F. 2d pfd.
St. lmls S. W
Southern Pacific .....
Ron t hern Railway ...
Tenn Coal A Iron....
Texas A Paclflc
T . St. L. A W
U. S. Ex
Y'. 8. Realty
V. B. Rubber
U. S. Steel
do Pfd t
Vs. -Carolina Chem...
Western Union ......
W. A T E
Northern Pacific ....
Tulal sales for the day. 428.100 share.
. Bank ol Kaalaatv ttatesneat.
IINDON. Sept. 28 The weekly state
ment of the Bank of England abows tha
following changes: Total reaurve. decrease,
Cl,(Jg.0i4); i-lrt-'ulatlon Increase, 4!461.lm0;
bullion, decrease. A402.398: other secwritiea.
tivcrease, a'&.Sfvl.uf); other depotilts, fnreaae.
At.nki.vvOi (iuIiUo deposits, Increase, .'7i,tw;
notee reserve, decrees". et78nro; govern
ment' securities, uncharged. The propor
tion of the bank's reserve to liability this
week is 40.08 per cent, aa compared with
44 81 per cent last week.
Hew York, Money Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2t.-Money on cell
firm and higher, 4-ji per cent; closing 4o
offered at 6c. Time loans firm, sixty, ninety
days snd six month", r4JrWc per cent.
PRIME, MKHCHAULL - APER, 4H9
BTrinlir'J r..vmiiir-ni; closing
firm with actual business In banker Mils
at $4 Mrt4.KSe6 for demand, and at 14 82V)
for slxtv day bills posted rates. $4Stj
and $4 Commercial bills. $4.R2S'd4 82V
PII.VKR Har, bic; Mexican aonars, i,c.
BONDS oovernment neavy; ratiroaa,
Closing quotations on oc-nns were as roi-
V. . raf. t.
.ltt4 JPtn . i wrtN
so coupon . .
,.1"4 do 4H. ran
f. B. . rag
1"4V do Id aeriea
la coupon ..
. .....1044a U ft N. ual. 4a...
rag. ...114 Manhatla e. . a
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D. ft R O. 4a. HUH X. 8. 8ial Id aa 17 H
Olatlllrra' Sec. la ... list Wabaah la
Erie prior lien 4a 10144 do deb. n 79
do sen. 4a 14 iWeatarn Ml. 4a B9H
Ft. W. A P. C. la. 114 IW ft I.. E. 4a IIS4
Hnrklns Valley 4Ha. lllH Wla. Central 4a My,
Japan ta. cart lul '
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Sept. 28. Call loans. SHf4 rer
cent; time loans, 4'4(&6 per cent. Official
quotations on stocks and bonus wer as
. W Adtentura
A lAdTentura ...
. 10 Ullouei
. MUj Amalsamatad
do 4a ...
Mex. Central ta....
U4ki Amer. Zlno
uoaton A A
Boeton A Maine....
KUchburf ptd ..
N. Y., N. H A H
?1'4 Copper Range
.107 iPalf Weat ....
.101 I Horn. Coal ..
. I2 Oranby
. M 1 Isle Royal
. I Mam Mining .,
A mar. Art. Cham..
Amer. Pneu. Tuba..
Amer. Tel. ft Tel. ...141 Montana C. ft
Amer. Woolen UVi Old Dominion
do ptd 104 ; "areola
Pom. Iron ft Steel.. 24
'Kdlaon Biro, ft III. I(i)
General Ki.rtrlc ...180
Maaa. Klactrlo .... It
1 Tamarack .. ..
.. MVi Trinity
50 Vnltcd Copper
104V4 V. 8. Mining
Mach.. 77 V L'. S. Oil
V. S. Stael.
do pfd . . .
com... u I Wolverine ....
New York Mining Stocks.
NEW TORK. Sept. 28. Closing Quotations
on mining blocks were aa follows:
Small Hopea .,
Con. Cal. A Vs...
LONDON. Sept, 28. The money market
was much affected today by pay-day re
quirements and the maturing of treasury
bills besides the call tor 0,o00,000 of the
Japanese loan tomorrow. Discounts hard
ened with the change In the Bank of Eng
land's rate. Trading on the Stock ex
change was quiet and .uneven. The rise
In the Bank of England's discount rate de
pressed prices slightly in places, the mar
ket being prepared for the change. Consols
were steady at the . oeenine-. but closed
easier, though above Ih lowest quotation
of the day. Home rails were Irregular.
Americans opened dnlj and' eased off on the
Increase In the discount ' rste of the Bank
of England. Though the movements were
fractional and irregular, Illinois Central
was exceptionally strong. The market
closed quiet. Foreigners were Inactive,
dealers awaiting the outcome of the Paris
settlement. Japanese Imperial 6s of 1906
were quoted at 105.
BERLIN. Sent. 28 Trading on the Bourse
opened passive today, but prices closed
PARIS, Sept. 28 Prices on the Bourse
today were firm. The Increase of the Bank
of England rate of discount did not- make
any Impression, the change being expected.
Kuaslan Imperial 4s were quoted at 95.94
knd Russian bonds of 1904 at 524. The nrl-
I vate discount rate was 24 per cent.
Bnnlc ot France Statement.
PARIS, Sept. 28 The weekly statement
of the Bank of France shows the following
cnanares: rvotes in circulation, lncresse,
39,126.000 francs; treasury deposits,
35.426 000 francs; general deposits,
87.7'A.OOO francs; gold In hand,
7,600.000 francs; bills discounted.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Sept. 28,-Todav's
statement of the treasury balances In the
general fund exclusive of the $150,000,000
gom reserve snows: Available cash bal
ance. $134,146,380; gold coin anrl bullion,
$o0,011,738; gold certificates, $48,403,340.
OMAHA. Sept. 28. Bank clearlnas for to
day were II, 3H, 848. 50, and for the corre
sponding date last year $1,270,506.96.
BOSTON, Sept. 28.-WOOL Strena-th and
Inactivity characterises the wool market.
The firmness found abroad was followed
here by a similar pronounced tone. Terri
tory wools are moving In fair volume.
Pulled wools remain unchanged either In
tone or in prices. Prices in the Boston wool
market show uttle change and about as
follows: Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and
above. 30337c; A., 3t4j3c; NO. 1. 404141c : No.
2. 41(g2c; fine unwashed, 28'H29c; V blood
washed, 3H'o:o; H-blood, 8435c; unwashed
Delaine, 30i31c: unmerchantable. 3H(iii2c
fine washed Delaine. 39f?40c. Miehiifan
Fine, 2f'a27c; 4-blood. 844135c; unwashed De
laine. 28c. Kentucky. Indiana, etc. 4a and
V-blood, 3S37c. Territory and Idaho Fine.
23ina4c: heavy nne. litti-'ic; medium, zrawc
low medium. 2Sfi;0e. Wyoming Fine. 221$
23c: heavy tine, 191iZ1c; fine medium. 23W24c;
medium. 27628c: low medium. 28a2c. Utah
and Nevada Fine. 23p24c; fine medium, 23(9
24c: medium Z7iiKc: low meoium. :ki:io.
Dakota Fine,. 220 230; nne medium. Z24TZ3c;,
medium. 27B 28c: low meilium, a&j-Ha Won
tana Fine choice, 2tlft27c: fine average, 24
26e: fine medium choice, :r27c; average, 27
fc28c; stanle. ISitOc: medium choice. 28ifl0c,
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Sept. 28. WOOL Steady
medium grades, combing and clothing. 2bv4
aic; ugnt nne. rjyjc; neavy nne, muraa;
tuh washed. 82U'42C.
LONDON. Seit. 28. WOOL-A sale of
sheepskins waa held In Mincing Lane today.
The offerlnga numbered 4.061 bales. Full
wooled Merinos were uncnanged to 6 per
cent cheaper ana shorter growths were
unchanged. Cross rirrds -occasionally 8 per
cent dearer. Following are the sales. New
South Wales. 434 bales at t'jcid. Vic
toria, 608 bales at 4'810d. South Australia
nn bales at SlOSd West Australia. 1.081
ha es at vi10Vrt. Tasmania. 246 bales
6-ui9id. New Zesland. 1.187 bales at 6'fllOM.d.
Punta Arenas, i.ote nates ai ma'HDka. ttiver
Platta, 92 paies at ww,
NEW YORK. Sept. 28. M ETALS An
other slight advance waa reported In tha
English tin market, wltn spot quoted at
147 2a Ad and futures at 145 17s 6d. Lo
rally the market was steady, with snot
quoted at $32 t)f33.2fi. Copper was also
higher abroad, though without showing the
developments expected In view of the talk
of an October comer. Soot closed at 71
2a 8d and futures at 70 5s. Locally the
market waa quiet and quotations appear to
be more or less nominal In the absence of
Important transactions. Lake is held st
tlSK&l.50. electrolytic at $! 12V&14 37V4,
casting at 8l6.8Ttni8.izvk. Lead was un
changed, st $4 8fp4 80 In the local market
and at C 14 U hi snroao. npeiter was
shade higher at 17 7s d In Txmdon and
remained firm here at 5tMrC.At. Iron was
firm to hitrher In the foreign msrkets. with
standard foundry closing at 4 d and Mid
dleshorough at 4ar0id.. 'ocallv th mar
ket shows an advancing tendency, with
northern grades held higher; No. 1 foundry
northern Is nuoted at i7.Nwri7T No. 2
foundry northern at 817 00417.26. No. 1
foundry aouthern at 81$8oi76 and No. t
fo-ndrv aouthern at $18 A06 18 2fi.
ST. LOUIS. . Pept. M KTALS-Lead.
firm. $4. 77V Spelter. JSrnt $6 80.
: ' ".Toledo Boe Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Sept. !8. SEED Clover,
cash." frit: Oetoher. tJ.47: December, 17 85;
January, 17!., prim anlc.4, t".W, artnie
tuuulby, $1 4a.
OMAHA LIVE STOCIv M&ii
Stttri Ctt$dy 1o Btronj, with CoTtt S'radj
aid Trtd Ao iig.
HOG VALUES RULE JJST ABCUT STEADY
Receipts ot gbeea and Lamb Heavy,
with fttuaT Arriving In Good Sega
aoa and a Good, gteady,
Active Trade AM Throagh.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. , 19T6.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Mondav 8,iilo 1...IS lt.n"S
Official Tuesday l.Sbi I M 8.U
Ofhclal Wednesday 8.W1 l.ivl 2b.bi
Official Thursday $, 4,100 M.tXO
Four days this week . 28.114
Four days last week ....3T,4.;i
Came week before ......J4.8O0
Same three week ago....J.40i
Same four weeks ago. . U.lti.O
Same day last week.... $3. 372
Rfi-CjilxiS FOR THE .KAR TU DATt.
The following tab:e shows the recelwts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South omuha
for the year to date, comparing with last
ear: 19 . is. Inc.
Came Si-6,608 45.uJ 4S.441
lga l,e,bS6 l,7..m 88.4t4
Sheep l,iiK,6. l.loi.tf-S UU.m4
The followtnp table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omana for the last
several das, with comparisons:
Date I 1805. U804. if3. !1)2. ll31.U0.!lWt.
I )l 881 7 ti
8 3U 7 fli g 111
n zs ? Vi m
T 811 16 t Obi
I 6 4.1 3
1 4U. a Hi i
1 44 ( 341 I 05
8 3'.'i.! 8 L'l
-i 0 w
t 86-HI 6 i
OO, J . - I 9 IVi
i 610, 4 30
S8 I 6 SS
6 44, 7 41 -i
W! 7 4; 1 44! 11
6 14 I
f 631 7 U
6 Ml 7 at,
6 M 7 65,
6 0u 4 30
0l 4 83
6 131 4 81
I t 31H!
8 1 4 hi
6 74 7 7
6 87 7 56
6 69) 7 i"
I 7 34
5 681 1
6 161 4 3
6 16, 4 44
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
furl I- 11 ai'rt Itr'a
1 19 2
70 80 2
U. P. System 18
C. & N. W. Ry
F., E. A M. V. Ry... 46
C, St. P.M. AO... 8
B. & M. Ry 67
C, B. tV Q. Ry 8
C, R. I. A P., east.. 4
Chicago Ot. Western. ..
Total recepts ....128
The disposition or the day's receipts was
as follows, aac.i buyer purcnasing tne num-
uer i oeaa inuicaiea
Omaha Packing Co..
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour A Co
Van ckint A Co 50
Carey A Beunton lot
Lobman A Co 297
McCreary A Clark' 193
w. I. Stephen 1
Hill A Huntsinger 107
Huston A Co.. 87
N. Morr,s 1
Hamilton A Rothschild.. 267
L. F. Hubs 42
Woif Murnan 1
Mike Haggerty 156
Sol Degan 21
H. Hoot A Co 1U8
Bulla A Kline 92
Other buyers 1,066
Total 6,840 6.026 29,886
CATTLE There was a i)nl run of cat
tle here about 126 loads being on sale., The
receipts were some thirty-one lighter than
last Thursday and some fifty-seven loads
lighter than the corresponding day last
yeur. i ne general quality or tne offerings
There was a better feeling to the trade
on beefs steers today on both cornfeds and
westerns. There was a fair sprinkling of
natives here and buyers wanted them more
than they have for a week past, with
the light run and encouraging reports from
the east this market waa active, buyers
tiding freely and salesman having little
trouble In disposing of their holdings at
fully steady to stronger prices. Tho supply
of natives was cleaned up In good season
and prices held up all through. Westerns
as usual constituted the nig end of tno
receipts and there was a good strong de
mand for the stuff. Buyers evidently
wanted these cattle and went right after
them from the start. There was consider
able activity to the trade and the good
kinds sold at etrong prices While the com
moner grades ruled fully steady wltn yes
There were not many cows and heifers
here and the trade was a little quiet. Al
though there was a good demand for she
stuff, buyers did not seem overly anxious
for supplies. Trading was not araggy atui
It did not show as much life as did the
steers. Prices, however, ruled generally
steady which the common grades may oe
off a little.
Bulls, veal calves and stags were in
about the same notches 1. yesteday, the
market being steady.
There was a good supply ot stoctters ana
feeders here and there waa a good strong
demand both from local traders and coun
try buyers. Tne stun cnangea nanas in iair
season and the market was active. Prices
generally were steady to strong, good
medium weignis naving ma uen uv 11.
No. At. Pr. No.
1 lias t oe 1
II 1024 4 25 II
II 1141 4 44 t
It Ull i 44
t 844 t 00 I IN IV
8 UM 1 It
a HI 1 40 21 664 J
A. R. Thayer Neb.
1 feeder... 9-0 100 Scows 893 ISO
18 feeders.. 922 2 60 1 cow. .. ...1020 III
v i a rmaimiiM neu.
4 feeders.. 11 20 2 00 1 steer 870
1 w a sieers....ivfit
t 25 1 steer KnO
$ 75 6 cows 956
3 85 X8 teeuers.. &vs
2 00 1 feeder... 1290
T. Berton Neb.
William Atchison Wyo.
..1027 8 20 28 feeders.. 963
R. C. Bullock A Co. Wyo.
, r97 Z 70
W. A. Margrave Neb.
,954 2 10
Morton Bro. 8. D.
. 833 2 56
44 feeder. .1011
t cows. .
X bull 140
1 bull 1510
1 bull 1070
41 feeders.. 888
2 feeders.. 9-5
6 feeders.. U'lO
7 feeder. . 996
II cows -7
I cow.. ...1033
2 feeder.. 8x
1 feeder . .
1 J cows...
2 cows. ., ,
1 cow 1200
I cKlvea... 4o9
20 feeder. .1000 $75 1 feeder. ..1094 $26
oiwi 950 2 40 1 cow 9--0 I 00
HOGS Another light run today makes the
offerings so far this week unusually small.
There were only about fifty-nine loads oo
sale and the stuff arrived In good season.
Buyers were out early and there was con
siderable activity lo the early trading, In
fact trading was not draggy at any time.
Encouraging reports from Chicago tended
to help this market and price huld up her
In good shape. Th general nutrkel could
best be quoted a being (teady with yester
day's close, but on some of the good stuff
friers were a Uttle stronger, while some of
he heavyweights were a Utile weaker. Th
bulk of the hogs sold at $5.1.V5 25. with
rough heavies selling under these, prleea
A the morning advanced the market
lowed up a little, but the trade waa not
draggy. Repre-aentatlvs sale:
Ma. . rr. A. k. FT.
w ....... tat It) i o ..; is IH
.41 lit ... tt 4i 414 ... M
Hi . . . .
0 . . . .
tl . . . .
... t 1
SHEEP There was another big run of
sheep here sgaln today, but. contrary to
conditions that have prevailed so far this
week, the receipts arrived In fair season
and buyers were able to get to work earlier
than usual. There was a good .feeder end
on the offerings and there was a large
supply of lambs on sale. There waa a good
demand for supplies and buyers were pick
ing up the stuff ss It arrived and there was
considerable activity to the trade. Prices
have held up well all this week and agntn
today values were steady. The receipts
this week have been heavy; still they have
been picked up readily and have hardly
filled the requirements of the trade proof
positive of th good condition of the
There are a grefct many feeder buyers
at this point and there Is an excellent de
mand for feeders of all kinds. On the
opening day of the week Chicago prices
were paid and sheepmen who have feeders
cannot afford to pass this market by, as
prices here are too high. Feeders moved
quickly today at fully steady prices, ex
cept light lambs, which were lower yes
terday afternoon and a little easier again
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs: Oood
to choice lu nibs, $ii.o"r.76; good to choice
yenrllna wethers. U "4i3tP0; good to choice
old wethers, H.sg5.80: good to choice ewes,
Quotations on feeder sheen and lambs:
Oood feeding lamb, $5.75(fo.2."; good feed
ing yearlings, $4.7f''6.10; good feeding weth
ers, t4.26iU4.40; feeding ewes, t2&33.73;
breeding ewes. t4.2K4H.60.
J 3 nntlve cull ewes
797 Nevada ewej ,
1?5 Wyoming wethers
4'3 Wyoming ewes
C9 native ewes
10 native cull lambs
20 native lambs
613 Nevada lambs
i9 native lambs
63 native lambs
1156 Oregon ewes and wethers.
340 Wyoming wether feeders.
CHICAGO LIVE STUCK MARKET
Cattle, Hogs, heep and Lambs Strong
to Ten Cents Hlalicr.
flTtr'AnO a.nl OO C A TTl IT D.n.1.1.
1 8,000 head; market strong to 10c higher;
I beef steers, $3.70iifi.OO; stockers and feed
ers, $2.25&3.90; cows and canners, $1.26',o?
4.311; bulls. $1.8064.40; heifers, $2.004.60;
HOOS Receipts. 14.000 head; market
active to 10c higher; shipping and selected.
i6.55u5.80; mixed and heavy packing, 84.7S
(ii6.6.4: light, $6.2565.65; pigs and roughs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 27,000
head; market strong to 10c higher; sheep,
$2.266e. 60; lambs, $5.2ufi7.76.
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW - YORK, Sept. 28.-BEEVE8-Re-celpts,
617 head; market feeling steady and
nothing doing; dressed beef Blow at 6i(HC
per pound for native sides; cables un
changed; export, tomorrow, 3.6uo quarter
CALVES-Recelpts, 84 head; veals In
limited supply and steady at to.00iii5.90;
top quotations for grassers, $3.50; dressed
calves about steady; city dressed veals,
SHfllSHe; country dressed, 7312c; dressed
gr a users and fed calvei, 6$i8c.
HOGS Receipts. 2 627 head; market llrm;
good state, and Pennsylvania hogs, $T-.90t(
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.106
head; market for sheep almost nominal but
firm;, lambs, 25c higher; common sheep,
$3.60; lambs, $7.608.50; no really prime
lambs here; no Canada lambs.
Kansas City Live Ktock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 28. CATTLE Re
ceipts 10,000 head. Including 1.500 southerns.
Market steady. Chtilce export and dressed
beef steers. fc.Oofttl.OO; fair to good. $4.00'(JI
6.00; western fed steers, $2.75B4.75: stockers
and feeders. $2,504(4.26; southern steers,
12.26'a3.75: southern cows. $1.75(S2.76: native
cows, 8i.7&ti3.2a; native neiters, t-.wuo.joi
bulls. 820013.00: calves, J.'.Wotl.OO.
HOG Receipts, 7.500; market steady to
6c higher. Top, $5.30; bulk of sales, n.!0
6.30; heavy, $5.2W6.80; nackers, $5,204)6.30
DlH-s and lights. $6.0f??6.25.
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 6000
head; market steady; native lambs, $5.25ff
6.75: western Ismns. e6.-tV7iii.75: fen ewes anil
yearlings, 4.0tVfi6.00; western yearlings, 84. StKi
5.00: western sheep, $1.0t34.76; stockers and
feeders, J3 5ofj4 50.
St. I.onls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Sent. 28.-CATTI.E
Receipts. 4.000 Including 1.600 Texans. Mar
ket steady. Native shipping and export
steers. H.Wtio.Hft; dressed beef snd butcher
steers. $3.2015.25; steers under 1.000 pounds
83.204.10: stockers and feeders. $2.30Ti4.no;
cows and heifers. $2.606,6.10; ennners. $1.75
2.26: bulls. 62.00B3.-'5; calves. 83.l8KU6.7ft;
Texas and Indian steers, $2.0OW3.25; cows
and helfera. 82.OOr93.00.
HOO ReceiDt. 6.000 head. Market hlirher.
Pigs and lights. $u 36.60; packers $0.00
5.46: butchers and best heavy. J&.wuo.")
8HEEP ' AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,000
head Market stesdv: nstive muttons,
$4.464.90: lambs. $5ofitr7.?0: culls and bucks,
I' M)'i(4.75; Blockers, $2.764.0O; Texans. t2.75
St. Joseph Live gtock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Sept. 28.-CAT-
TLE Receipts. 1.9(i9 head; slow. Na
tives, $3.656.00; ' cows and heifers, $1,609
4.60; stockers and feeders, 82. iMiioo.
HOGS Receipts 1.013 head: stead v. Llarht
tB.jn-WC.intA; medium snd heavy. 6.204jS.2S,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelnts 274 head
market steady: lambs. $7.00; yea Hints
$4 90: wethers, $4.60; ewes, $4.25; feeding
sloox City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CTTY. la . Sept. 28 (Special Tele
srram.l CATTLE Receipts 700 hsd; mar
Vet unchanged : beeves xx.ttnrfl.w): cows.
hulls and mixed. $2.253 60; stockers and
fWrlar. $2.76173 80; calves and yearlinjs,
HOGS Receipts. 2 800 heM: market
strnnar. selling at u.00ra3; bulk or sales,
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live-stock at the six principal
western markets yesieraay:
Cattle. Hnrii. Sheen.
.. $.) 4.IO0 21,000
... 700 2.'a
..lO.OKI 7 60 t.000
... 1. 2.01S tli
... 4 I,1 60 0 10
... 8.000 14.000 27.0iO
..27.809 26,213 69.274
NEW YORK. Sept. 28. -COTTON
closed quiet: middling unlands. 10.90c
dllne: aulf 11.15c: sales 200 bsles.
BT. I1UI8. Sept. 28 -COTTON-Oulet
middling 10,c; receipts. 62 bale; shipments
42 bales. Stock. 8.825 bsles.
LIVERPOOL. Sent. 28 COTTON Spot
In fair demand: prices nine nolnts lower
American middHna fair. 6.11d: good mid
dllng, 6 87d; middling, 671d; low middling-,
6Wd: good ordinary. t27d; ordinary. 6.21d
Th snle of the day were 10.0(0 bales
which 61 were for speculation and export
and Included, 9 (o American. Kecelpt
l.otvO bales: no American.
NKW ORLEANS. Sept.
Quiet; sales, $950 bsles;
od rtrdinrv. 8 1R-Hc:
13-18c: mlddlin. l7-le;
10 11-ltic: mlddl'n fair. 11c.
bale; stock, 75,688 bale.
NEW YORK. Sept. 28 COFFEE Th
market for futures opened steadv at tin
chanaed prices to n sdvance of 6 point
on steady primary cables and moderate re.
celnts. but thei was very Uttle buvnv
and during the middle session prices eaaed
ofT to, a partial decline of t points under
llerht selling of the later months b-v scat
tering longs. Th cloae waa steady, net
unrhaneed tn t points lower. Sles were
reported of i4 hag" Including lcemlr
at 7 2mc: March. 7 6V. Mav 7 RV: July.
7.1c: also a couple of lota of 8eitemer,
1906, at 7.85c. Spot, easy; No. 7 Rio, 8e.
, taaar and Motaaaea.
NEW YORK. Sept. 28 8UOA R Raw.
firm; fair refining. tl-lc; centrifugal. 9$
fined, qulel, No. (, 4.50c; No'. 7, 4 4ic; No.
. . J 1.. 1 1 -4
. 45c: No. 9. 4JOc ; No. 10. 4 tV; No. It
1fV; No. 12. 4 1'V; No. 13 4fltc No. 14,
j.c. Confectioners' A. 4S.V; mould A,
6 toe; cut loaf sn.l crushed, 8 fcV; row.
den d, 6 ?V; grsnul.-ttrd. 5 1'V; cubes. 6 860.
MOLASSF9- Steady; New Orlrnns, open
kettle, good to cholre, :"4',f6c.
NKW ORLEANS. I. . Sept. 2. ITIAfWa
Quiet; open kettle centi If ugi I. 4vafi47c;
centrifugal white. 4 16-1i4ji6 1-16V; yellows,
4V4c; seconds, i'nOSXc.
MOUAStKt NomltuU; open kettle, U4J
J6r; rentrlfugal, Wilt
SYRUP Nominal; 2f-fjS0c.
OMAHA WllOLKSALa, MARKET.
Coaaltloa ot Trad ana Qaotntloa
staple anal Fancy Prod nee.
E009-Recelpt, fair; market steady;
candled stock. 17Vt,0.
LIVE porl.TKY-Hcns, 10c; rooster. I1
turkeys, 13ul5c; ducks, 8J9c; spring chick
BUTTER Packing stock, 16cj choice t
fancy dairy, I84I90; creamery, el 4 21 V I
prints. 2H,o. ,
SUGAR Standard granulated. In bbl.,
$5.50 per ca t.; cubes, M 40 per est.: cut loaf,
$.M per tt ; No. 8 extra C, $6 40 per ewt.;
No. 10 extra C, $." 25 per cwt.j To. 19 yellow,
$.1.20 per owl.; XXXX powdered. $0.30 pat
FRESH FISH-'reut. He; hallhnt, !!
bufTalo drecrtt, tr; pickerel (dressed), 80;
white bass (dressed). Kc; sunfiv'Ji, 60; percll
(scaled and dressed), 8c:-nlk. lie: ealrrsh,
16c; red snapper, loc: salmtn. He: croppies,
12c; eels. 15c; bullheads. 11c; tilsck cass. 86e;
whltefish. He; frog legs, per do., tic; loh
stars, green. 27c; 1 Milled lobsters, 10c: shat
roe. 4.V; bluefish. 8c.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholeaahl
Hay Dealers' aaaoctntion: No. I upland,
6.f'i; medium, $5 50-hii 00; coarse, $6.
BR AN Per ton. $13.
ORANGES Valencia, all sires, $3 0nT8 .
LEMONS Lemoniera, extra fancy 141
Ise, 87 (4); SOO and 300 sixes, $7 60(J8.H0.
DATES Per box of SO 1-tb. pkg., $2:
Hallowe'en, in 70-Tb. boxes, per lb., 60. .
FIQB-California, per 10-tb. carton. 7MI
tic: Imported Smyrna. 4-crown. ,12c; $
crown, ll'c. ' '
BANANAS Per medltim-slxed tich, $1.71
C2.25; Jumlvos. 12.602.00
FRUITS AND MELONS.
PEARS Colorado Bartrett. per 50-lh. box.
$2.0iK&2.25; Utun Bartlott, $2.00; Flemlstt
l l.L.MS- I'tah and Colorado, per 4-basket
crate, I1.0CS1.23; Italian prunes, $1.23.
PEACHES Calilurnla treisviuies, perbog,
60c; Elbertas. 9tc: Colorado. 108 Size, 75o.
vANlALOL'PlisJ v.n. ie crate. $2.(M,
Texas, Rocky Ford Sei'd. t-.50.'
WATERMELONS Alauama 3weeta. 16J
26o each, crated, lo per la.
APPLES Dulclu-st. Aealth'- and Cobb
ripplns. In t-bti. bbi-. i2.;SiffJ.0; in bu.
baskets. $1.00: California Jjeiieftowers, $1.60.
H LI' KB ERR IKS Sixteen qts., fJ.io.
HL'CKLELEltHIEe-Btxteen lis.. 31-6il
grapes Home grown 4 oncoras, per s-
lb. basket, ISc; Malagas and Muscats, per
-basket elate, 41. 00. ioKay, per 4-i,sht
rale, f 04.
QUINCES calirornia, per nox, i..a
SWEET POTATOES "Virginia, per t-bu.
TOMATOES Per nnaket. airusoc.
WAX BEANS-Per H-ti- basket, S33iO
trlng beans, per Vr-ou. box, 2645a.
POTATOES Mew. per du., ouoi
BEANS Navy, per bu., $2.00.
CUCUMBERS Per do., 26c
TOMATOES Home grown. H-bu. basket,.
CABBAGE Homo-grown, In crates, per
lb.. lc. M
OMONIJ Home-grown, yenow, rea ana
white, per bu., 60c; Spanish, per crate, $1.24.
tt r.fc. I 0 rv.ev. , per uu., iik;.
CELERY Kalamaaoo, per dox., 25c.
HONEY-New. per 24 Ids.. $3.00.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 15c; Wisconsin
brick, 13c: Wisconsin llmberger, ltc; twin.
12Vc; young America. 12V40.
NUTS Walnut. No. l Bort neus. new
crop, per lb., lic; nara nens, per io., ijc:
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., LJc; No. 2 hard
hells, tier lb., 12c. pecans, large, per n.,
12o; small, per lb.. 10c. Peanuts, per lb., 7o;
roasted, per lb., he. Chill walnuts, per lb..
IZ(lld4jC. Aimonns. poll sowiin. yr iu.,
hard shells, per lb., loc. Shellhark hickory
nut, per bu., $1.76; large hickory nut, per
bu., $1 50. . .
HIDES-No. 1 green. Be; No I green. ci
ttn 1 aulteri 10Ur: No. 1 united. 9V..C: N.'. 1
veal calf, 11c; Uo. 2 veal calf. 9c: dry salted,
7tjl4c; sheep peits. 2r.ctill.0u; horse (iWti,
No. 1 ribs, llHc; No. 2 rlhs, SHc; No. 2
ribs, 8c; No. 1 loins, 14Vic; No. 2 loins, ice:
No. 3 loins, 7c; No. 1 chucks, 44c; No. 2
chucks, 4c; No. 2 ch'icks, 3c; No. 1 round,
7c; No. 2 rbund, ; No. 2 round, 6V4c; No.
L plate, 4c; No. 2 plate, 3c; No. 3 plate, 2H.
Kansas City Grain and' Provision.
KAN'SAS CITY. Sent. 28. WHEAT Un-
chancred to slow: September, 781'; Decem
ber, nvwi; way. rnvis'; t. no.
hard. 80 u 83c; No. 3. 7tiSlc; so. 4, tU'JI
85c. Receipts, UK cars,
CORN Unchanged to lower; September,
43c; December, 39V(l397iC; May, 3'tC;
cash. No. 2 mixed, 49(u49',c; No. 2 whMe,
62c; No. 3, 61 '.(-.
OATS Namlnally steady; No. Z white,
28300; No. 2 mixed, 2i'p27c. '
ni tA-Mfany, i4c.
HAY Firm: active. Choice tlmothy,$9.60;
choice pialrle, $7,764)8.00.
BUT li'.H weak; creamery, jnvc; paciv-
lug, 14Hc . .
EtiGM Lower; Missouri ami mtnmi new
No. 2 whltewood citFes Itu'luded, lKVjc; case
count, 13V4c; cases returned, He less.
rtec pis onip va.
Wheat, bushels 1S3.W0 143.0O0
Corn, bushels 23,000 . 41. DO
Oats, buHhels 17,010 z-J.txitr
The range of prices pnld In Kurisas City
as reported ny tne iiawara- ooa com
pany, 110-11 Board of Trade building, wa:
Articles. Open. Hlgh.j Low. Close.! Yes y.
78 7R4 7r, . 781 78
77. 78 77 , 77 77
ilr). 797i 79M, .70 79
4ST4 4N V 4i' . 48
40 40 sa7 40
14 80 14 80 14 47 14 47 14 80
12 35 12 42 12 S3 12 43 12 80
720 720 7 16 7 17 725
6 75 8 77 6 72. 6 77 72
8 45 "..'.. 8 45 8 45
t 47 t 60 f 46 6 50 8 45
Evaporated Apple and Dried Frolts.
NEW YORK. Sept. 28. EVA HOHATED
APPLES Market firm and some dealers are
talking 7c for December delivery of prime.
Bpot unchanged with common to' good at
tvlnifltir; choice at 7'?c and fancy at 8c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED F R U ITS- pru nes
are In light supply on spot, the demand be
ing sufficient to absorb fresh arrivals which,
however, are beginning to snow Home in
crease. Quotations range from 4c to 74c.
Apricots are quiet with choice quoted ut
rVfe'niic; extra choice ut 0t'Jo and fancy
at InfdlVjC. Peaches are In very light up
ply with some Inquiry for the lower grades
but with actual bunlness too small to afford
much of a line on the market, which Is
firactlcalry nominal. Raisins are firm with
miHirters reporting a good demand fur
foreign supplies, owing to the high price
on th const. I-ooHe muscatel are quoted
at 6,V'i7Vtc; seeded ratHlns at 6V(ic and
London layers at $1.151.20.
Oils nnd Roala.
NEW YORK. Sept. 28.--Ol LB Cottonseed,
firm; prime yellow. 26Vn -o. Petroleum,
firm; rctined New York. $7.6n; Philsdelnhia
and Baltimore, $7.56; In bulk, $4.65. Tur
pentine, quiet, 6Kc, asted.
ROSIN Steady ; stra.'tied, common "to
good, $3 80.
OIL CITY, Pa , Sept. 28. OILS -Credit
balances. $1.51; certlricHtes, no bid ; ship
ments, 93,'.1 bhls.; average, 78,864 bbl.
Runs, 101.657 bbls.; average. 64.7(45 bbls.
Lima shipments. 48.106 bbls.; average, &9.H94
bbls. Lima runs, 61,1') bbl.; avrragf: 47,
SAVANNAH. Oa., Sept. 28. OILS Tur
pentine, firm. 65c.
RoSIN-FIrm; A. 74, C. $3 V); P, $1f); B.
$4 30; F, $4 40; tl. $4 ,; H, $4.t)0; V. $4 S; K'.
$4 70; M. $4 85; N. $4.90; W U, $5 25; W W,
PEORIA. Sept. 28. WHISKY Finished
goods on basts of $1.30.
8T. IOIMS. rlept. 28 WHISK Y Market
higher: spirit on basts of $1.34. .
CHICAGO. S.pt. 28 -WHISKY-Market
steady, on basis of $1 30.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 28.-WHISK Y--D1-tiller'
finished goods, steady,' on basis of
(Incornurated) i v..
Ha la tffleti Filth autl lloherla treeta.
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