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THE OMAITA' DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905.
HWN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bill HoU Control Yet tod Adrinc
WHEAT'S UPWARD COURSE UNCHECKED
Closes at Hlibrtl Polet Rrk4
Dories; tbe Dir-Cora aad Oata
Stroaa Riatlaa Crop R r
perts Are MUlnOig.
OMAHA. Oct. 8, 1905.
WTieat continued Its tinamrd rniira. in.
day, ruling steady all through the session
49rd; future etesdy; DMmlwr, 4sHd;
Januaiy. 4s4',d; March, 4a
ana closing at the highest point of trie day.
December and May were both up Sc July
opened at 83c and went to Wo. Kneeland.
and well a Armour, bous-nt De-emrer.
Trade was better than yeeterdav. Iecem
ber cioaed at h6c. May at BfrSc and July at
Corn was strong and finished c higher.
Armour bought May and It waa thought
C'udahy did also. There waa a fair demand
for December. The close waa 44V: for De
cember. 45Vc 'or old December and 3Sc
for May. The July option opened and
closed at 43c, with only one transaction.
Oata gained c. December closed at 2ts"eC,
May at iuKc and Julr at Z"c.
Liverpool rlosed S'OVrd higher on wheat
and Sd higher on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.K3.000
bushels and shipments 671. " bushels,
against receipts last year of 1.2TK.000 bushels
and shipments of 4R1.I) bushela. Primary
corn receipts were 862.000 bushels and shtp
ments Js,) bushels, against receipts last
year of 2Bl.0u buxliels and shipments of
131.000 buahrla. Clearances were 63.000
bushels of corn. 4H0.O0O bushels of oata.
M.UO buahela of wheat and 41.0.V barrels of
There was a at rone demand for cash oats
yesterday and Chicago sold 290.000 bushela. 1
There were aalea of kS.Ooo buahela for ship
ment. At. the aeaboard there were sales
for export of S2,0"0 bushels of corn and
76,000 bushels-of oats.
Agentlna shlpmerif of wheat were 640,000
buahela laat week, 944iO bushels the week
before and 928.000 bushels last year. Corn
shipments were Ju.ViO.ooo bushels last week,
against 1.712.006 bushels the week before
and 3,70,0M) bushels laat year.
The Montreal Trade Bulletin says: "If
the New York Evening Post places any
credenoe In .the report to the effect that
he Russian crop of wheat this year Is
IM.000,000 bushels less than last year, It Is
more than many In the trade can take
stock In alter the- peculiar revelations of
the rest few years.. For instance, It must
be fresh In the memorr of every one In
the grain -trade., that about a year ago It
was currently reported that after the close
of navigation the ehtpmejits from Ruasla
would fall off and Europe would then have
to look elsewhere for Its supply. It ts well
known that instead of this being verified
Russia, Instead of reducing its shipments.
Increased them to' such an extent as to
astonish the world. Official crop reports
of Russia seen to be on a par with Its
diplomacy, the chief object being to de
ceive." . ;
Oaaaka Cask Bales.
WHEAT No iard. 1 ear Wit- tin. 1
hard, 1 car, 78c; No. 4 hard. 1 car, 76c; 1
1 car, 46e.
car. 73Hc: 1 car. 72c.
CORN No. 1. 1 car. 4KLe
OATS No. , 1 car a, 2bc.
Omaha Cask Prices.
"WHEAT-NO. t hard. TSHflSOc: No. I hard,
G43?8c; No. 4 hard, 7:fl7J?c; No. 1 spring,
awe; No. spring, fo&ilc.
CORN No. I. 46ig.46i,ci No. I yellow. 46
o. a wnite, 4siM8S4c.
OATS No. t mixed. 25ViG2fic: No. t '
y -" c; xo. wnie, -i'uMc.
Hi'E-No. J, 44c.
. Carlo! Receipts.
(HKAW) fiHAI A!4D rROTIWIOIS
Feataree of Ike Tra4lsi aa Cloelag
CHICAOO. Oct -Rellef in probability
of active demand from Oermany for Ameri
can wheat Introduced strength In the wheat
market here todav. Wheat for December
delivery closed 514c up; eorn, 14c up;
oats. fj'e.c and provisions 6c to Wc up.
For the first time In several weeks- the
market today showed a strong undertone
Independent of support from a bull leader
who has of late been a conspicuous buyer.
Throurhout the whole session values had
sn upaard tendency. At the opening, Dec
ember waa up Hfi'He to He at 4e to M7U
Hoc. Commission honses and shorts were
persistent buyers. While there was heavy
realising at timet, the offerings were easily
absorbed. Export news waa apparently the
most powerful factor In the situation. The
fact that Germany haa been buying Ameri
can wheat the pest few days seemed the
pivotal point around which revolved all
other Influences. Considerable attention
wan given a report by an eminent English
statistician regarding the world's supply
of breadstuff as affected by the situation
In Oermany. According to this authority
Oermany Is buying unexpectedly large
quantities of foreign wheat, supposedly for
Immediate consumption. "This may be
taken as a sign,'' says the statistician,
"that the Oerman cropa of wheat and rye
are even worse than had been anticipated
and that a larger requirement for foreign
wheat than at first thought exists. Further
confirmation Improved demand for wheat
for export wss received in dispatches from
Duluth and Winnipeg. Numerous sales al
'so of flour for export were said to have
been made by country mills northwest.
For December wheat the highest point of
the day was reached at SS4c The market
closed strong with December at Kole Ex
ports fcr the week as rhown by Bradstreeis,
were equal to 1.073.110 bushels. Minneapolis.
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of
819 cart against 990 cars laat week and 927
cars a year ago.
Notwithstanding Ideal weather for the
new crop sentiment In the corn pit was bul
lish, fc-arly in the aeasion trading was
fairly active, but later the market settled
Into a dormant condition. .Sports and com
mission houses were heavy purchasers.
Small local recelpta had a. strengthening
nnuence. Cash corn sold at a higher level
nd this helped the price of options. The
market closed firm with prices st almost
the highest point or the day. December
pened unchanged to Vc higher at 44c to
44c. sold up to 44Sc and closed at 44e.
lxcai receipts were 1 cara with 61 of con
Active demand for export was one of the
main causes for firm market for oata.
Small local receipts helped to Increase
bullish sentiment. A prominent elevator
Interest was an active buyer. Shorts and
commission houses also bought. December
opened a shade to KtPc higher at &c to
28c, sold up to 2Sc and closed at 2Sc.
ixvai receipts were zxs cars.
Trading in provisions was of extremely
Small volume. The market, however, was
firm. Liberal shipments of hog products
caused the firmness. At the close, January
pork waa up 15c at I12.42H- Lard was up
7wn0c at 16.85. Ribs were 5c higher at
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
Bfi cars; corn, 207 cars; oats, 288 cars; hogs,
1 he leading futures ranged as follows:
.NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Speculative Iotereiti Wait on Detlop
nnU tf Moufy Eitvttioa.
RATE FOR CALL LSANS REMAINS HIGH
Prospects at m Weak Baak Matesaeat
for Today Caases Hesitation
aad Irregalarlty la
Chlragn ' ....
St. Louis ...
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
' Mlaneeanlla firala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. WHEAT De
camber. alSGSlV; May. 85c; No. 1 hard.
Kic; No. 1 northern, 83c; No. a northern,
FLOUR First patents, 4.SOiff4.0; second
patenta, m.oo .70: first clears, 3.7CXjj4.90;
econa clears, az.firgz.E'.
BRAN In bulk. 111.60.
' (Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery). The range of prices, as reported
"I a , jtMJwaro. wopa, uram company,
llp-Ul Board of Trade building, waa:
Articles Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. ITes'y
Wheat I ( i i j
Dec....!! g, gpO nt SOU
May...MVjS ao 84,1 66
WEATHER It THE CRAIX BELT
Article. I Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tes'r.
Wheat II II
Dec. MS5 86 4 85VS4SH
May MUmW K4 H 86- te
Oct. 60 60 60 tOi 49
tDec 464 464 464 46' 45
tDec. 44fi44' 44 44 44 44
May t3VS 43- 43 S 3 4SH
Oata 4 1
Deo. 2K, r-S ShtWi
May a'V&SSf'H'eS M t
Oct. 14 tt 16 70 14 mb 15 10 14 80
Jan. 12 80 It 436 12 SO 1J 4 12 274
Oct. 7 12H 7 17H 7 10 7 174 7 124
Nov. 7 174 7 224 7 124 7 224 7 174
Jan. (80 186 80 85 774
Oct. 8 66'-(0 M 160 (524
Jan. (46 6d 46 6 424 434
NEW TORK. Oct. f peculatlve Interest
pretty well died out of the market today
and the determination seemed to be reached
to await more definite outcome of the
money situation. The rate for call loans
did not rise to the high level of yesterdav,
but the average rate at which call money
was placed was above that of yesterday.
Some of the trust companies were reported
to he calling loans and this gave the Im
pression that these Institutions had about
reached the limit of their ability to relieve
borrowers from the hanks hv transfer of
loana, a process which has gone on steadily
for several weeks past. This being the case
and with the depletion of bank reserve still
uninterrupted, an actual contraction of
credits would be Indicated for the Imme
dlate future, rather than the shifting about
of accommodations to enable the bank to
preaerve the semblance of a surplus which
has rone on ud to this time. The proba
bility of a weak hank return tomorrow also
came In for consideration. There Is the
chance that the readjustment of the Incon
gruities presented In last week's bank state
ment may threw over some of the poor re
sults of last week's banking operations Into
this week's statement This aiay affect the
showing of loan Items, which the calling of
loans during the week would naturally tend
to reduce. The aubtreaaury has taken from
the banks thus far this week onlv t1.47,nr.
as compared with nearly $7,0PO.OOn last week.
Hut estimates by bankers of the regular
movement of currency to and from the In
terior Indicates a sufficient balance of the
movement against this center to bring again
a cash loss for the banks to lfi.OOi.000 or
i.immmi. rorelpn money marketa were
somewhat disturbed also bv the monev posi
tion. I'aris selling Investment- securities In
London and London selling here. There
waa a slight reaction In the discount rate
at Berlin, but the rate advanced In London
to within a shade of the bank rate and
there was an Upward reaction from the re
cent downward course of sterling exchange
In Paris. It could not be learned that any
part of the day's large arrivals of gold In
London had been secured from New York.
but a report was circulated here that yes-
icrnay s witnnrawai or 4 4nn.0() from the
Hank of France waa destined for New
York and not for London, as was reported
yesterday. Intimations from Washington
that plans were taking form for an Issue
of Panama canal bonds took their place
with other subjects bearing on future re
quirements upon the money market. News
of the day otherwise was of not much In
terest and was scarcely of any effect.
Keports or rallwav earnings for August.
Including those of the Harriman Pacifies
and St. Paul, were notable for the large
portion of the Increase In gross earnlnca
w-hlch waa absorbed bjr Increased operating
expenses, which in the case of St. Paul waa
sufficient to leave only a nominal Increase
in tne net earnings. The rate for sterling
exchange went lower here in response to
me sure money market. Exporta or wheat
for the week showed a decline of 992.290
bushels from those of last week, thus ex
plaining the scarcity of grain bills in the
exchange market. The early downward
movement of stocks was generally recov
ered before the end of the day on a dull
ouying movement. The closing tone waa
nonds were Irregular. Total aalea. nar
value. tiOsn.mo. United States honda were
all unchanged on call.
1 he followina were the nuntatlona on the
jew lor Block exchange:
Sales. High. Low. Close
1. tii i0 88
dlcate that It has left France, arid It Is
believed that the bulk went into circulation.
lerhsi.s a small amount went to Berlin.
Meanwhile the altuatlon In London Is still
siralned. but it is believed that It would
be relieved If the Bank of France's plethora
were drawn, on to supply the American
and oiher demands. In connection with
low ebb of the Bank of Kngland a re
serve there Is talk of an early advice In
the bank's rate of dlstount. It la aald
thia will only be delayed until the present
rate la effective, which la now accom
plished with a discount of 4 per cent. It
is anticipated thst the bank rate will be
raised to 6 per cent on Thursday next. The
trading on the btocg exenange was ami
today, being dominated by the money sit
uation. The prospect that a new Russian
loan will aoon be advertised was a factor.
Consols and home rails werw depressed
Americans opened steady, at about parity,
rallied somewhat and closed dull and Ir
regular in sympathy with the general ten-ri.ni-v
Pnr.iff.in were inarttve Jana-
neee weakened on the reported cost of the Official Monday
war. Jananeae imrjerial s of una were M-'mcial Tueedar
quoted at KJ4. Offlclal Wednesday
i-'auim f let a htcj-k nn rne HnnesA ia. vmciai 1 nursnav
day opened steady and became weak on -mcial Friday
close prices were feeble. Russian Im- Pve.a"' 'his week.,
pertal 4a were quoted at 93.75 and Russian Tlv" d' lt week...
. i A .o, -. t -q riame week before
, Ma n. m . - - n,-
Same four weeks ago.... 26.679
UMA11A LIVE STOCtv MARKET
Cattle Eeosiftt Lighter tad Fiiot Coi
tion Full Buad.
HOGS SELL IN YESTERDAY'S NOTCHES
Fair Haa of fkees aad I-aaaka aad
Market Rtroaa; as Cose a red wltk
Yesterday or 18 to SS Higher
Tkaa Close of Last Week.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. , 19(16.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep,
9 418 1.T1S
slated of about sixty-five cara of sheep and
lambs, making a total lor the-aexK so isr
ot aooul anO cars. FfrtTinatrly tne most
of the trains put in an apiwaram-e In gid
eeaaon so thet buyers and seirers were
shin to get buav in the morning with the
result that they had nwde a very gvinl
start toward eftecHng a clearance by mid
day, aith the proste. is good for everything
being sold and wcightd Up before night-
Uoth packets and feeder buyers were
anxious lor supplies and the matket was
active and striuigrr. As hiah as tb.J was
paid for fat yearungs aad $.n6 for wet here
and yearlings. Feeders of all kinds com
manded strung prices. As high aa fit 75 has.
been paid for ewe lambs to tie taken back
Into the country for breeding purposes
Notwithstanding the fart that the official
count shows that 7X17 head of sheep and
lamts have arrived here this week up until
last night, besides the big run of today,
the market haa gradually tended upward.
There has been no very marked advance
any one day, but a gradual strengthening
I7.K80 j of values until the market today Is all of
30,107 15fi 25c higher thn It was at the cose of
last week. The trade has been active every
name days last year ....I4.889
RECEIPT8 FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
REPORT OF THE CLEARING HOl'SE
TTaasectlone of the Aaeotaed Beaks
for the Week. '
NEW TORK, Oct. . The following the year to date, comparing with last year
table, compiled by bradstreet. shows the I im io4. Inc.
bank clearings at the principal cities for Cattle 733 2"i 676 136 66.7
the week ending October 6, with the per- Hogs 1 rWuS 1 144 S0.SI9
rentage of Increase and decrease, as com- I Bheep 1,171.826 1.18. 704 110.621
parea w un lae correapoDaing wee last
CITIES. j Clearing Ino. Dee.
The follnmine tm ki .how tha average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
everai days, with comparisons:
Ete. I 190f. 11804. 11908.11801. 11901. H0ll9'
No. 1 told. INew.
Caah nuntatinna warn aa follows
FLOUR Irregular; winter ptent. t3.&&
A "Wi aiiMlwKia a- f (Liift1 1 ii knrln ar natatita
$3.75-54.40; straights, $3.8034.00; bakers. 1344
Am. Car & F
Am. Cotton Oil ....
Am. H. & L. pfd...
Am. Ice Securities.
Am. Lin need Oil ...
Am. Locomotive ...
21.710 564 64
20 113V 113
9fefi t mi" 1 ejnl .
Am. Smelt, ft Refng. 18,300 130J 1J94 1304
WEAT-No. I spring. 86c; No. L 794 Am Sugar Re fn
84Hor No. 1 red. 8343Ve. m Tofi cfd ctf
CORN-No. t, 8l4'lc; No. 2 yellow. .acaPM. Co.'.
Fair aad Coatlaaed Hick Tesapera.
tare oa Docket.
OMAHA, Oct. . 1906.
The preasure has Increased rapidly over
the lake region. Ohio valley and eastern
states, and is nights everywhere over the
south and southwest. The weather Is
much cooler in the lake region and east to
tbe upper Atlantic coast. An area of de
cidedly low pressure has developed on the
North Pacific coast and extends over the
northwest and extreme upper valleys, caus
ing a decMed rise in temperature through
out those sections, and generally warmer
weather throughout the west. The weather
will continue fair and warm throughout
this vicinity tonight and Saturday.
Omaha record of temperature and pre
cipitation compared with the correspond
ing day of the past three years:
1906. 1904. 1908. 1981
Minimum temperature.... 68 42 60 49
Precipitation 00 .00 ,31 .00
Normal temperature for today, 67 de
grees. Deficiency in precipitation since March 1,
Deficiency corresponding period la 1904.
ICxcosa corresponding period in 190S. 1.80
X A- WELSH. Local Forecaster.
KKW TORK GENERAL MARKET
OATal No. 2, 29c; No. 1 white;. 2Se3c;
NO. 8 white, 7il-2C. . . -
RYE No. S. 6fyc. ' 4
BARLEY Good feeding, 3547364c; fair to
choice malting, 4ii48c. -
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 86c; No. 1 northwest
a, ru. m , ia A til ?R
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. 815.00
R15.10. I.ard. per i"0 lra 17.20. Short ribs
sides, (loose), (8 558.60. Short clear sides,
I boxed 1. I K,Wa.UO.
The following were tne receipts ana
aLiDments of flour and grain:
Flour, bbla 80.700 . 49,100
Wheat, bu 110.000 12.su0
Corn, bu 15S.0W) RSK.0
Oata, bu ..) 4M.8O0 a03.8fK)
Rve. bu IS.OuO .4O0
Karlev nil 2.wio
On the Produce exchange today the but- Consolidated "fja's
ter market waa nrm; creameries. 1 1 us aiu ; 1 corn Products
dairies, Jt.H'Biwc. r-ggs, steaay nin,
included. iwaiivc: nrsis. wc pnm
rsts. 204c: extraa, Z-'HC Cheese, nxru at
aaotatloaa of tka Das- oa Varlsas
NEW TORK. Oct .-FTeOUR-Recelpts,
23.023 bbla; exports, 14.575 bbla; market
dull but steady; Minnesota patents, 84.60
6.10: Minnesota bakers. 13Cu4.00: winter
patents, 84 2C4I4.60; wlntec straights. 84.009
4.10: winter extras, lKuS.is,; winter low
grades, $2 7533 60. Rye flour, steady; fair to
good, ta.mxa-4 15; choice to fancy, 14.15to4.SO,
spot ar.d to arrive. Buckwheat Buur, dull.
a.. spot ana 10 arrive.
CORNMEAL Stoady; fine white and yel
low $126; coarse. Sl.12.il.lt; kUn dried.
RTE Dull; northwestern, 72a, e, I I
BARLET Quiet; feeding, IS4o, e. L t..
WHEAT Reoelpta. 7.000 bu.: export. 86.
18 by-: spot market firm; No. S red, 6$Sc,
elevat-r; So. 2 red. &Sc, f. o. b., afloat;
No. 1 Northern Duluth, av'sC, f. o. b.. afloat;
No. 1 Northern - Manitoba. 91c. f. o.- b.
afloat. ' OiiUona with little exceptions ia
wheat were firm all day. closing sibVa net
higher. Beside bull support it was influ
enced by bUftier cable, commission house
demands predjetiona for smaller southwest
receipts and covering. May, &4'o,
closed at W. December, toSOVc, cioaed
CORN Receipts, 65.700 bu.: exports, 46,871
pu-l spot maraet nrm; r o. 1. 5c, elevator,
uc. f. o. b.. afloat: No. 1 yellow. lc: No.
t white, 4Tlc. Opuon market was qutet but
firmer, with wheat, clotting 4USo net
nigner: January. eo-c, cioaeu fcic
May closed at 49c; December closed a
OATS Reeeipta. loj.500 bu.; exports. 60
T78 bu. : snot market steady: mixed nata
X to 83 pounds. tiNkiJc; natural white, 80 to
U pounds, 82HfU4o; clipped white, M to
4 pounds, 164J&C.
HAY-HieJ; shipping. 60C0c; good td
HOPS Firm; state, common to cholc.
'l6. 18r22: 19CM. IjHc: olds, 8dllc. Pa-
clrto coast. 1965, 1543lac; 1904. 1420c; olda, 54
HrDEf-edy: OaJvesten. SO to 16 lbs.
90c; California. 21 to 86 lbs.. lJBkc; Texas,
. ory. n io torn.. ifta.
LEATHER Firm: arid. 24fi26o.
PHOVIBIONS Beef, ateady; family 111 54
niioo; mess. nx nama. ta au0
26 uO. packet. tl'i fc"ull m. Cut meats,
steady: pickled bellies. 10.01310.6; pickled
anouiaera. .ia bv, ptcKiea nams. liO.oo,
LArd, steady; continent, outh Amer
loa. tr. 50; compound, 85.$24u5 874; western
steamed. 17. sa. Pork, steady: family, lis inr
1100; short clear. H4.5u 16.50; meaa, tli-tafj
TALLOW Steady; city. 4c; country, 44
RICE Quiet; dnmesUc, fair te extra, 14
ej)c; japen, Tiomiiuu.
BCTTKR-Ftrm; receipts, 6 024) packages
street price, extra creamery. XlVO-llkc
omctai r-nc-ea uncnangeo.
POl'LTKT Ijve, stnady; western chick
ens. fowls and turkeys. l!Vc- DreaaevL
Irregular; western chitkaas, llv5c; fowls.
' USiec; lureeya, jtiau. -
, Llveraoad Vrola- Market.
IJVERPfOf, Oct. i-WH EAT- Boot
sieaev; rw. 9 m wearern wmtw, as ad;
future, steady; Ikecembvr, 6s94kd; Marcti.
CX.KN fpot Heady; jUneriua mixed.
Kaaaas City Grata aad Provlaloaa.
KANSAS CITT. Oct. 6 WHEAT Decem
ber, 764W76ic; May, 784c; cash. No. 1
hard, 794'gMc; No. (, 7R434; No. 4. 75j78c;
CORN December. SSHiBc; May, 34SJ
39V4c; cash. No. I mxed. 46Vc; No. 1, 4i
IjHtc: ino. 1 wnite, '(Tic; no. t. -c.
UATS Bteaay: xso. 1 wnite, bvojuc; ,10,
RYE Steady. 64c.
choice prairie, t7.76ii8.0u.
BUTTER Firm; creamery. 194c ; packing.
Euas steady; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. S whitewood cases Included, lt4c per
dos. ; case count, 14c per aos.; casts re
turned. Wo per dog. less.
Wheat, bu 29.000 104 .000
Corn, bu 15.000 4ti.0i0
Oats, bu 14,000 15,000
The range of price paid In Kansas City
aa reported by the Edwards-Wood com-.
pany, iiv-ui atoara 01 1 raoa puiiaing, was:1
Atlantic Coast Line
Halt, ft Ohio
Brooklyn R. T
Canadian Pacific ...
Central of N. J
Chi. GU Western...
Chi. tk N. W
C, M. dr St. P
Chi. Term. & T
C, C, C. A St. L...
Colo. Fuel Iron.... 2F.700
Colo, & Southern
do 1st pfd
ao Zd pfd
VO 121 7 121V 121 '4
4.40 U2i 1414 Ul
6.000 102 101 i 1024
I.5D0 8 894 894
300 1044 1044 104H
1654 184 1554
3.300 113 1134 1134
h'.2o6 '72" Ti" Tl'i
17,100 17214 171 H 172V
900 211 210 210
6,500 674 67 574
8.900 mis 18014 in 4
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. ITes'y
Wheat I I I 1
Dec... 764 76 764 7641 76
May... 78 7&W WW 7SU 77
Corn I I
Deo.... " 'V S7 894' 8S
May... 88 i4 88' 894 SS
Ve7.... !f4 ' T 2fH
May... 264 27 264 S 2t4
Jan.... lt II 61 12 32 12 17
Oct.... 14 Tl IS 00 14 72 15 W 14 70
Lard - -
Jan.... 171 176 4 71 4 76 4 70
Oct T 07 , Jl 10 I 06 7 1 06
Jan.... 4 40 . 40 4 87 640 187
Oct.... 6 50. 1 60 8 47 8 50 j 47
Del. & Hudson
D.. L. W
Den. A Rio Grande..
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
K. C. Southern
Louis. A Nashville ..
Met. St. Rv
Minn. A St. L
M . St. P. A 8. S. M.
M , K. A T
N. R. R. of M
N. Y. Central
N. T.. O. A W
Norfolk A Western..
North American ....
P.. C. C. A St. L....
Pressed Steel Car....
Pullman Palace Car.
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co
ft. L. A 8 F. 2d tfd
St. Louis 8. W
Southern Pacific ....
Southern Railway ..
Tenn. Coal A Iron...
Texas A Pacific
T.. St. L. A W.
Union Pacific ..
U. S. Ex
V. 8 Realty ....
U. B. -Rubber ..
"800 1424 iioii 140
l.4 1054 104 l.fiii
CiA -)lT .1. nn.T
.--"V AO OJT. AJ
Jlansas City .
JNew Orleans .
ISt. Paul ,
(Toledo, Ohio ....
Salt Lake City ...
(Spokane, Wash .
New Haven .......
Grand Rapids ....
Charleston, 8. C.
Little Rock M.
Wheeling. W. Va
Fargo. N. D
Springfield, Ohio .
Sioux Falls, S. D
Cedar Rapids ....
Total. TA 8
Outside N. T
luo.4i.aLH! 21. 4...
. - &U.659.4; 22. 2j
43.7.046i 33. 81
aR.lsllk.h1 - 21.8 ...
, 14.4SViKL.... 1J.J
li.b...'r... Sept. 29,
- XL.il..... Sept. 80.
60O 1804 180
1,200 180 ir4
St. John, N. B..
Iondon, Ont ,
Victoria, B. C
100 82 82
"if '67" '67"
100 26 26
100 644 644
,7i0 164 163
SO 16M4 M54
41, 8-0 1444 143 14414
J.'MO 45 45
2"0 17 97
WN 252 rn
cy ' 1 . .1 1 fi
t. Lowla Geaerwl Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. - WHEAT Higher: No.
red. cash, elevator. 84.4i6e: track. 94
P90c: Iecembr, S2S5-'i:; May. 856c;
No. t hard, 83468540,
CORN Higher; No, 2 caah. 44c; track.
5&4c: ueceinber, "c; May. i"c.
8So4c: Lecember, XiNC; May, Za; o. Z
FLOUR Quiet, red winter patents. 84 30
fjH.36; extra fancy and straight. 13.4)4 15;
Clear, JI SO4J.10.
SEKI bteady; timouiy, i(B Ja.
CHiKNMEAL 8teady ; 12 60.
HAT Steady; timothy. Ii0u6j'1100; ptalrie. U. S. Steel ...
IKON COTTOJI llt-Wt
H KM P TWIN E 64c.
PRO VISION 8 Pork. higher: prime
teamed, 86 96. Dry salt meats, steady;
boxed extra shorts. 18 25; clear ribs, 8 ?4:
short dears, 8a 874. bacon, steady: boxed
extra shorts, 14.674; clear ribs, MM; short
Clear, 8? C'4.
POULTRT Firm: chickens. 10c; springs.
itc; turkeys, U4uc; ducks. 10c; geese,
BITTER Quiet: creamery, 17fj20c; dairy.
iu 1 c.
EUOB-Steady, 164c, case count. '
49.100 133 1324
W. A L E
Northern Paciflo ...
Central Leather ....
. 11.0 0 544
i'O 111 111
. 02.01 i4 1
200 93 93
1 f ftf-i 5
ll'A 210 a4 k-4
S4 454 45 464
I'D KH4 1044 1041.
l,t 724 714 7214
Wheat bu. ,
Corn, bu. ....
OaUs, bu. ...
Total sales for the day, 661,600 sharea.
Pklladelakla rre4aee Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 4 BUTTER un
changed; extra western creamery, 2c; near- !
by prints, isc.
EG'JS Ftimt nearby fresh, loss off. ISe:
nearby fresh, at mark. 3c; western fresh,
21 to -2c at mark. -
CHEfcSE-lull; New Tork full cream
fancy, ik; chuiuc, U43Uvc; tMir (a govd. f that to.
MUk Jit Cvid is I
. Koretga Flwaarial.
LONCON, Oct. 1 Ths rates for money
In the market here thus far apparently
have been UtUe affected by the raleaae of
government dividends, and Indications of
re-investments were about absent Tbe re-
porta of yeaterday that the 13.as).000 in gold
withdrawn from the Bauk of France was
destined for London are not confirmed
though there la much curiosity aa to Us
destination, ft Bank of England refusing
information tie otner Maun banks run
re unable to discover where
t ebata is BOUOlif l) ia
7,W3.aiO 11. 2
4,223.0611 14 4'
.- 636. 00
- 240.082i 62.1
'. 3:1.4r7 .2J.
. Z3.fcfl.7lTl 4.II
6 161 4 41
7a 6 16'
4 79 6 16
4 811 6 16,
6 22' 4 31
6 68! 1 Ot 7 471
I ' 6 ; 7 64 67
6 141 7 431 1 (2
6 63! 7 871 1 75
6 70 T 3;
7 Sal 4 7
E 81 i I 4 86!
6 to T 49
6 77! 7 61
6 74 T 67
6 67! 7 '
6 69! 7 87!
I 7 SI
6 74! 6 691
6 64 6 711 7 31
6 h, 6 :t 7 13 6 7:
k :a i- : 11 1; 75: 6 13
I 6 61 1 7 20) t 68; 6 18 4 29
6 71 1 6 65! 59 6 19! 4 42 1 4 36
6 74' I 7 82 , 6 67 ! 6 t 4 27
5 76! 5 60' 6 621 6 16 ! 4 81
6 69 6 541 7 42 6 111 4 84
The number of cars of stock brought in
today by each road was:
Mo. Pac. Ry 2
Unoln Pac. sy 18
C. A. N. W. Ry
F., E. A. M. V. R. R. ..
C, St. P.. M. A. O. Ry....
B. A. M. Ry 34
C, B. A. Q. Ry ).
C, K. 1. A. P. Ry. east.. 1
C, R. I. & P. Ry. west.. 1
Great Western 1
16 4 8
1 ,. 1
66 64 6
ay and It would be hard to imagine a
more satisfactory market as viewed from
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs; Good
to choice lambs, 14 5''"? 75: good to choice
yearling wethers 15 OOtfi 26 : rood to choice
old wethers, t4.5"S4.8S; good to choice ewes,
Quotations or feeder sheep and lambs:
Good feeding lambs. 85 8n;?6 40; good feed-
ng yernngs, 16.0017515; good feeding wetn
ra. 84.2f.ii-4 40: feeder ewes. 8J.tOfi4.i0:
breeding ewes, 14 25414.50.
tS Wyoming ewe feeders 100 IV-
142 Wyoming ewes 114 4 45
130 Wyoming wethers .' 1 4 85
441 Idaho ewes U 4
276 Idaho wethers and yearlings 106 6 15
8a52 Wyoming lambs and feeders 61 6 10
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hogs Strong to Slightly
Higher Sheep and IJtmbl Firm.
CHICAGO. Oct. 6 CATTLE Receipts.
l.ouo head: market, steady: steers, timn
6 30: stockers and feeders. 82.0i"d4 26; bulls.
12.00t!r3.50: heifers. ll.9lii 4 0t. calves, !3.0tf
cows and canners. 81."a-40O.
HOOS Receipts, 16,000 head: market.
strong to slightly higher: shipping !5.5.Vir
650; mixed and heavy packing, !4 754io.634:
light. t6.24rA5.aO: pigs and roughs, fi.iojf
SHEEP AND LAMPS-Recelpts. 1O0O0
market, firm; shet-p, 12.256.50; iambs, 64.00
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Oct. 6. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 3.700 head, including 300 southerns.
Market slow and steady: choice export and
dressed oeer steers, ns.004i5.wi; lair to-gooo.
M. Own 6.00; western steers, 82.7514 60; stock
ers and feeders. 12.5004. 25: southern steers,
12.2B'33.7R; southern cows. tl.7Vtr2.65; native
cows, 8l.7Vfi3.2fi; native heifers. !2.VU4
bulls, t2.00fl2.SO; calves. 12 506.00.
HOGS Receipts, 7.i head. Market was
steady and closed weak; top. 15 25; bulk of
sales, tMO-ij6.20; heavy. t-Vlhtii 25: packers.
15 lias.224; pigs and light. tfv(iKii6 20.
btlh.b.f Aisu LAM n Receipts, y.tK)
head. Market strong; nntlve lambs, tD.StWt
10: western lambs, tfi 6ri7.10: ewes and
yearlings, MOOti5.25; western clipped year
lings, 84 75(67.25; western clipped sheep.. 14.00
4J4.8&; stockers and feeders, 13.7.rKti4.50.
The disposition of the dav's recelnts was
1 ... - .. -
1 as ioiiows, eacn buyer purchasing the num-
per 01 neaa inaicatea:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
it 80.10,5.101 24.81.
I 23 1
Omaha Pack. Co 64 252
Swift A Company 466 9o3
Armour A Company .... 139 1061
Cudahay Pack. Co 611 1,226
Vansant A Co 66
Carey A Benton 63 ....
Lobman A Roatocka ..... 99 ....
w. 1. Stephen Ju6
Hill A Bon 24 ....
Huston A Co 24 ....
Hamilton 120 ....
L. F. Hifts 4
Nelson Morris 16 ....
J. B. Root 62 ....
M. Hagerty 168
Sol Degen 20 ....
Held Over S21 to 11810
Total 1.461 1.622 17.751
CATTLE After the big runs this week
the sixty-five cars reported In this morning
looked very small. Even with today's light
receipts the total for the week so far foots
up over 1.800 cars, making this the biff
weea or me season to date.
There- were practically no beef steers on
sale this morning, in fact It was hard work
to find a full load of either grassers or fed
steers mat would ao lor killers. The feel
ing was that a right good bunch of killers
would bring at least steady prices and pos
Cows snd heifers constituted a consid
erable proportion of the receipts, there be
ing fifteen or elrhteen cars of that kind of
rattle In the yards. The market did not
show any very material change In any
direction, prices for the most part being
Just about steady with yesterday. There
was a fair demand for this time of the
week and the most desirable of the offer
ings changed hands in reasonable season
The most of the cattle in this morning
were stockers and feeders, but the demand
was If anything better than usual this late
In the week and prices held up in good
snape, aesiracie Kinas oeing jusx anou
steady with yesterday. The market thi
week has been In very fair condition. The
country has bought freely, so that the sup
ply, though It has been tne largest or tne
season so far. has been kept well cleaned
up. Prices on the desirable kinds have re
mained lust about steady, while the me
dium grades are probably a little lower,
but not much. Representative sales:
St. I.oals Lire Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct 6. CATTLE Receipt s.
1.600 head. Including 10 Texans. Market
steady; native shipping and export steers.
84 1E'5 90; dressed beef and butcher steers.
13.2546.06; steers under l.ooo lbs.. 33.2Va4.'.S;
stoCKers and reeders, 12. oca 4.00; cowl and
heifers. 12.005.00; ranners. ll 5062.00; bulls,
t2.1547l.75: calves, 13 606.75; Texas and In
dian steers, t3.00&H.75; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts. 6.600 head. Market was
steady; pigs and llghta, t5.0tKb6.66; packers,
IS r35.55; butchers and beet heavy, li -tf
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reeelnts. 1 Oft)
head. Market steady; native muttons, 12 00
C4.S0; lambs. X4.50ti7.40: culls and bucks.
.Afli.io; stockers, 43.0093.75; Tex
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Oct. .-CATTLE-R-ce.lpts
2.190 head; market steady: natives.
11 GMi.00; cows and heifers, 11. 50? 4. 66;
stockers and feeders, t2.754.00.
HOG 8 Receipts 8,410 hed; market
steady; light, 15.10;' medium and heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,233
head; market steady; lambs, 16 75.
Sioaz City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITT, Oct. . (Special Telegram !
CATTLE Receipts. 600 head: market
Steadv: beeves. Vk iithF. 7T- enm-s bulla mnA
mixed, I! 20(31.60; stockers and feedera. 12 76
Bi t": cajvea and yearlings, u.isvl 40.
HOGS Receipts. 200 head; market weak,
selling at tt.o6.1S: bulk of sales, t5.O04j5.o5.
Stock la Sight
Receipts of live stock at the sis principal
weatern markets yesterday :
cattle. Hogs. Bheep
Sioux City ...
Kansas City .
.13.440 34, M0 38.874
tRalancea rmld In cash.
t.Not included In totals because containing
other item man clearings.
lew Tork Moaey Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6. MONET On call,
strong. 2 fa 74 per cent; lowest . rate. 2
per cent; ruling raie, 1 per tent; closing.
offered at 3 per cent; time money, nrm:
im and ninety days. 66SIa; six months.
4 per cent; prime mercantile paper, "i"F
STERLING EXCHANGE Easy, with ac
tual business In bankers" bills st 84.8520
4 8525 for demand snd at t4.8180ij4 61S6 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. 14 834 834
nd 84.aM.4: comroerciaj oina, ei.sii.
SILVER Bar. 614c; Mexican dollars. 47c,
BONDS-4fiovernmenl, sieauy; raiiroao, ir
..1144 8 18
.. 4 I 44
,.11M I M
. Mt 8 M
. 134 I 64
.ill 1 84
mt t e
4 1 M 1
117 1 TO 1
nl I 74 1
174 1 00 4
441 8 88
lit 8 40 1
11)0 1 1
1170 t I
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
421 1 74 4 714 I M
7U0 t 74 17 (II I tS
IB IN 8 4 I M
417 I 10
WESTERNS. . .
G. Nelson 8. D.
14 feeders . 1106 4 00 8 feeders. .1268 4 00
H. H. Robinson A Bon. Colorado.
62 cows 8S9 2 46
L. II. Ertklne, Colorado.
I feeders.. 655 I 06 4 calves.,
t heifers... 5J 2 20 1 calves..
6 cows 942 1 90
2 calves... 178 6 00 4 calves..
21 calves... 167 C 00
O. Fulsher, .Nehraska,
Bnaloa Storka aad Boa d s.
BO8TON. Oct. 6 Call loans, 4fr per
cent: t-me loans, 44jjfi per cent. Official
quotations oc stocks and bonds were aa
Atchlaoa adj. 4s.... M lAdrentur
do 4a IMS Allouei
Max. laotral 4a s Amalgamated .
Alrhiaoo S Amenian ZUie
do pfd 1"4 Atlantic
Botoa A Alban....7 Bingham
Boptan Elevated lit Pal. Hacla.
4Sa Copaar Rang
..Ml Pair Wast ....
..161 Dominion Coal
- XSSa Oranbr
.- M lala Rorala ...
.. 4 ,alaaa Mining .
..1SV4 Mulit. C. A C.
.. I S Old Dominion
.. II Parrot
. .10 Qulncy
. . 14 Tamarack
.. 11 Trlnltr
.. M4 tolled Tnppar
..101 IV 6. Mlnina..
276 1 60
232 4 00
N ., N. H. A H.
Para Marquatta ...
Amar. Arga. Cham..
mer. Pneu. Tuba..
mar. T. A T
Dominion 1. A ..
dlaon Else. Ilia..
Oeneral Electric ..
Maaa. Electric ....
oiled Km It
nltad Shoe Mack.,
I. 8. Steal
Wcating. common .
i.in. ,iratinna Aft bonds were as fol-1 28 feeders.. 897 I 76 35 feeders
7 . J - . , .W
lo U aeHa II 4
A V- aal. 4a IMsi
IT. s. rat. . rag..; -tot japan a. Id scrlas.
do eoupoa .I'e oo fsra
a la. rag. ....... IMS, do
do eouoon ItHSa L.
B. a. aaw 4s rag l4St Manhattan t. g 4a. lm
da caUDOD 134sa Max. v enirmi a
. g.-old 4a, r....l4V do lat Inc V
da coupon 14 Minn. A tit. L 4a... K-
Am. Tobaoro 4a. etta. 17 M.. K. A T. 4a 1"IS
do Im ctfl 114 do la 17
At blaon gen. 4a 1";S N. R. R. of M. . 4a. U4
dl. 4a n rc. t. c. g isaa m
Atlantic C L. 4a. ...lot N J. C. I. tw 1S44
Hal. A Ohio 4a lta No. Pacific 4a !
do I Ski da w T71
Central of Oa. 4a. K. A W. c. 4a 1(1
. to o. s. u. rtdg. 4a t7
. fL'H Pans. eon. ISaa. I
.lrt.Sk Raadlns gen. 4a 101
. Klsfc M. L 41 M. c. ta .111-4
.101 It It L. 4 I r. tg. 4a. 144
. OS) St. L . W. 4a.... 194
. al Seaboard A. U 4a ... last,
14 go. Paclac 4a Mst
. la do lat 4a, etta.,.
. 74 to. Rallviy la ...
. MSI Taxai A P la
14 T , St . U A W 4
1IS4 I'nioa Pacific. 4a...
...lots do cod 4i
...10IS f B. steal Id 6a.
... " Wabaih la
...lOTSt da deb. B
. 44Sa W astern Md
16 cows 718 1 90 bulla.
11 bulls.. -...1380 X It.
..1308 1 75
6 cows "SI in
14 heifers... 690 1 50
.! I 26
293 2 96
4 2 40
756 1 80
, 916 1 75
ft 6 i 75
9fl 1 78
12O0 1 76
990 1 60
do lat Ina
do 9d tar ,
rnee. A Ohio 4sa.
Chicago A A ISaa.,
C. B. J a. 4a.
C.. k. I. A P. 4a.
do col. aa
COO. A St. L. (. 4a.
Chicago Ter 4a
Col on Ho Mid 4a
Colo. A so. 4a
Colo. Ind. la. eat A.
do sat B
Cuba la. nti
D. A R O. 4a
Metllleri' Sec. la.
Erta prior lias 4a.
1 feeders.. Km I 60
14 cows 1k6 2 60
2 cows lftll J 40
4 feeders.. 692 1 26
46 feeders.. 991 1 70
P. V. A r C. la.. Ill w AUK
Harking Val. 4SM..--1H .Wla. Catral
Japaa 4a. ctfi MSI
Loalea rioalaar Itatka
LONDON. Oct. 1 Closing quotations on
the Stock exenange were aa follows:
Conaola, money.... tl 1-14 V T Central....
do aocoant .... M 11 1 Norfolk A W
Aaacooda ISa do pfd
Atchlaoa II H Ontario A W
do pfd loa raanarivaaia ....
Baltimore A 0la....lll Raod Miaaa
1 hulls 1350 2 00
I cows.,... 9J0 1 50
14 feeders.. 11 W I 66
89 calves. . 834 4 00
1 calf 81? I a
14 cows W 1
1 cow MO 1 .0
1 cow 10J0 1 40
11 COWS 509 8 28
4 heifers... 6-so z w
1 cows 66 I 00
1 bull ViA 1 28
5 cows..... 871 2 40
2 cows 10 2 6-)
1 cow 1 36
8 calves... 190 t 66
O feeders.. 7u0 I 46
li; eoara 104U Z au
hikjs The trade this morning was slow
" IT and dull and In that respect no different
I fn,m ahat It haa been for some Hula time
iaa hii-k '111 ere was also very utile ensnare
i la the mattsr of prices, moat everything
.ltiisa selling in about tne same noicnea as yea
.l4i 1 t.rriuv. Packers were giving the preference
"a I to Hjht loads ins same as iney nave ror
'i?" some time tck and it was comparatively
easy for noiaere oi aucn to nnioaa at cur
rent pricea. On the ether hand It was hard
work to get rid of the heavy hoga. espe
cially those on the rough order. Very good
heavy hogs had to sell at 64 8600. with
medium ana hmvj Lun-nn i an.'yo.i".
food light Duicners at ao lutue av ana goo
htweLrhts at 86 16&5.27U.
a noted vesterday the trade ts entirety
devoid of life or snap, apparently for ths
reason mat ouyera regara tne maraet aa
Oanadiaa Paaiia ...
Chae A Ohla ,
Chicago Ot. W
c . m. A at. p...
iMmar A K. 0...
4o lat pfd
do Id p(4
Illlaela Central ..
Leaurrllle A Naah.
bL. li. A T ..
do M ptd
SoaUera klUvay ... ITS4
do pfdr- ,.1'4
la Southern Paclad
SI ll'nloa Pac I no lMsi
.. II do pfd
.. B4 D steal wla
.. tl I do pfd 174
,.1M Wabaah M
..IM o ptd a. 44
.. la S gfaaiaa 4a MUj
MONEY IViriW per Cent
Tha rate of discount In the open market
for short mills Is IVO?1 per cent; tor three
months' UUs, l's4)4 per cent. -
OMAHA. Oct. f Bank clearings for to
day a ere 11.42 231 80 and for the currespOavl
U. date last year, i,4v4.Ulea.
I'.l 1 4N
111 400 4 so
loa 4 aa
. . 4 II
140 4 17V
uo I Ml
US 4 M
eo 4 w
r its 4 si
Mi IM IM
I I au 4 I7S 4d
40 t '
piicea, but under iro
Bdles: No. At. 8h. Pi.
4 Ml -- I STSa
41 Ut II II
l. It4 ... 4 1
tl 161 M 1,1
M li-0 ... II
77 1.1 H 111
II U 40 US
44 11 40 ), '
II liS 40 I 11
M Ml I lit
It i.47 l I l!s
M Ini ... I U-a
M ll IM I 11
41 344 ...
If Ill SI I II
t X4 au I 11
e ril IM I !7Si
44 Ut SO I US,
ai . a l n-a
7i j a n
Tt 114 IM I W
l 9a I H i
Tt IU ... I ITS,
tmELf-Freth -eveifU tUa moruiiij coa-
r s. on.
was l-irg Injured by drouth In Prill!,
n-.u L-ea ..nlv ni.dratelv active but
orTrnnns wr-re t-oifiparatlvfly light, and trto
ctnse was firm at a net a.isan.o uf 6,i7
points. Pm1-s were rcpnrien ot n..r" ens-..
nepiaing ,rnni-i. i - ' ' -M,. . . -.
,.- January, i f'i March. I.eMt? "c.
A aril. 7..W; May. ,.5i4j i tr ; July, i.wui
anil September at 7fK..K-. bpt
quiet; so. ? invoice, ill-loo. , , - .
na.dli WMOLfHU SAfiKKT. '
Ceadltlea of Trade aatl aaotatloAs
Staple aad Faary I rodae.
KOOS Candled stock. ITAiC.
i i ivk I'isl l.THV-lltns. w; rocsters. 6c;
turkeys, 13 15c; ducks, ksiic; spring chick- .
ens. !v. . , ...
tiUTTF.K-1 'acK'.pg stoca. w, .
fancy dairy, ivjlc! crtniery. aijusc;
prln's. ilc. ... . . .
ai-oiD.fiiaiif1,rd eranulsted. In bnlA.
15 54 per cat.; cubes. 84 40 per cwt ; rut loaf.
IHSS ler twt.l No. 4 extra C. 85 40 per cwt ;
No 10 extra C. 15 26 per cwt : TVV 18 I'llo".
15 20 per cwl.; XXXX powdered. 1A30 per
CpRF.SH FISH Trout. 104JHc: halibut, lie;
buffalo (dressedi. 6c; rlckerel l"dreeed. 8c;
mhlte bass (dressed . we; sunnt n. c, r".'"
(scaled and dressed, 8c: piae. He: catfish.
15c: red snapper. l"c; salmen. lie; croppies.
12c; eels. 18c; bullheads. 11c; black rtass, bo;
whlteflsh. lt'illc: frog legs, tr o-im., a,
lobsters, Rfeen. 27c; boiled lobsters, sto,
slmd roe, 45c; blueflsh, 8c.
HAT Prices nuotea uy irain n..,-,...
Hay Pealera' aosoclition: No. 1 upland,
16 50: medium, 16 6o4; coarse, IS.
BHAN Per ton. fit.
OIlANflESi aiencia. all air.es, IS OrdJfJ Hi
LEMONS Letnoniera, t1 fancy 18
Slse, I6 0i'; 2tX1 and 360 sixes, 16 WKif 7 CO.
DATES Per box of SO 1-Tb. pkgtw W: ,
Hallowe'en, In 70-rb. boxes, per Tb-, 6".
F1G9 California, per 10-lb. carton; 76?!
15c; Imported Smyrna, 4-crown, 12o: 6
BANANAS Per medliim-slaed bunch, tt. 71
C2 25; JuniboB. :.6OS3.00i
KKLi'li ANU MELONS.
PEARS l tali, Kielers and Vicars, S2.0O;
Lie Aiiko, I-' 5c.
i'Ll'MS-L iati and Colorado, per 4-basket
crate. 8l.l; Italian prunes, II. (W.
1'h.ACHKS California rre-stonea, ter bog,
9vc; Klberius, 11.00.
CAN i.M.oijp.ii s-i:. rei crate, 12.00;
Texaa, Bocky Fura aeed. I.ofc.
Ai'PLES Hen lavls and Winesape. In
1-bu, bbis., S.,5(n3iX; In bu. baskeis, $1-0V;
CahloiakH Il.-IUfioweis. Jl.M.
toLt'KBEKHJK8-?len ut-. ti.
ilUCKLEi;EBKlEaj-5lxteeo ll-. I1-602J
liRATES Home-grown Mlcbipnn and
Ohio Concord. er i-lb. nasket. lc; Mala
gas and Musiats. icr 4-basket crate, 11.60;
Tokav, rer 4-basket crate. 11 60.
OUiNCEB California. 4r box. C .6
WAX BEANS Per A-ol.- casket, 26350 ;
tritial beans, per V-DU. box. usyloO.
POTATOES New. ir bu.. 6oc
LEA.NS .Navy, per bu.. V 00.
Cl'Cl'M HERS Per dos., 2T.
TOMATOES Home grown, H"hu. baskets.
t(o5"C. - - -
CABBAUti lionre-iruan. in crates, per
OISIOH liome-grown, renuw, iru anvj
white, per bu., 60c; Bpanlsli, per Crate. 1125.
HKKTB-S'i.. per Lu., iic
CELERY Kalamaxoo, per aos., reo.
SWEET ruTATOEC Virginia, per 1-bu.
TOMATOES Per basket. 40O50C.
Wholesale prices of beef cuts: No. 1 ribs,
lltc; No. 2 ribs, bV; No. 3 ribs, be; No. i
loins. 14t,c; No. 1 loina, loc; No. 1 loins, 7c;
No. 1 chucks, 4V4c; No. chucks. 4c; No. 1
chucka, 3c; No. 1 rounds, 7c; No. 1 lounda,
6c; No. 3 rounds, 5Vc; No. 1 plates, 4C, No.
2 plates, 3c; No. 3 plates, 2Vc.
HONEY New, per 24 Ids.. 63.00.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 16c; Wisconsin
brick, 13c; Wisconsin llinbcrger, 16c; twins,
l-'tc; young Americas, lic.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 sort shells, .ew
crop, per lb.. 15c; hard shells, per lb., lie:
No. 2 soft shells, per lb.. 12c; No. S hard
shells, per lb., Kc. Pecans large, per lb.,
lie; small, per lb.. 10c. leanuts. per lb., 7c;
roasted, pet lb.. 8c. Chill walnuts, per lb.,
Uolil-c. Almonds, soft shells, per lb, 17o;
baid shells, per lb., 15c. Shellbark hickory
nuts, per bu., 61-i5: large hickory nuts, per
HI1.ES No. i green, 9c; No i green, 8c:
No. 1 ealted, 10rro: No. 2 salted. 9V4c; No. I
real calf. 11c; No. 1 veal calf, 8c: dry ealted.
1614c; sheep pe.ta. 25ctell00; horse r4des,
' Wool Market,
ST. LOt'18, Oct. WOOL Steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, i1
SOHc: light fine, 21j;c; heavy fine, 18
22o ; ttvb washed, 22S42C.
BOSTON. Ucx. ti. V OOL The Commer
cial Bultriin will ay of the wool market
tomorrow: Business ha got down to a
smaller basis owing to the fact that large
mills are slocked for the present and line
of active wools are so badly broken. It
would be hard to obtain more than 1.000.000
pounds of-any lino of territory. The mar
ket is unquestionably strong; -nd in any
spot Is .there an. Indication of weakness.
Territory wools have soki. la lots up to
60.000 pounds, and In n few eases larger
amounts have been transferred. Fleecew
have moved froely at full rtricea. Dealers
show no Inclintttlon to make - concessions
on anv of their holdings. Australian have
had some deinund. while pulled wxis na
been generally quiet as aIko have been
South American. Orowers' views in tha
west and southwest are aticU tliat buyers
of fall wools, as well -as those -willing to
contract tbe ltJ6 clln. have retired from
operations. The shipments of wool from
Boston to date from December 2. 19i4. ac
cording to the same authority, are 187,12t.
655 pounds, analuBt 175.91ti.741 po""! ,ho
same time laat year. The receipts to dnte
are 2fi4. 619.248 pounds, against 3fi7,hol,00l
pounds for the same period last year.
NEW YORK. Oct A M ETA L8 The iAn
don tin market was higher, elOrrlng at
148 15s for spot and 147 15s for future.
Locally the market was firm but very
quiet, with spot quoted at 132. 401 32. 75 Cop
per was also firm In Ixmdon, cloelng at
U71 15s for spot and 70 15s for futures.
Locally no change of Importance ia re- ,
rorted, and lake Is quoted at 116.S7Vu
1675; electrolytic, 1I8.87WH l-2S4j; casting.
tl.12VSil6.S7V. Lead was lirm, at M-SMI.
4 90 in the local market. In London It was
easier and closed at 14 10a. Spelter wus
unchanged, at 27 15a in Ixmdon. and at
lrVOo$i.10 in the local market, iron waa
hla-her abroad, closing at 6o 7d for atan-
dard foundry and at 62b 9d for Cleveland
warrants. Locally the market was. without
msterlal change, being firm In tone. No. I
foundry northern Is quoted at 117. 'iV& 18.00:
No. 1 foundry northern. 117.2fi,17.oO: No. t
foundry southern. 118 75(&17.75; No. i foundry
New York Mlalaa stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct. . Closing Quotations
on mining slocks weie as follows:
Adams Con ......
Cum. (al. A Va .
Little Chief ...
i Bicrra Nevada..
Small Hopaa ...
' "Treaaary Statement. ,
WASHINGTON, Oct. .-Today's atate-
ment of tbe treasury balancea In the gen
eral fund exclusive tif the Il50.0o0.0oo gold
reserve shows: Available cash balance,
ll3ti.fe92.lK.'; gold coin and bullion, 108,172,471;
gull certificates, (48.970,760.
NEW TORK. Oct. -COTTON-flpot
closed quirt, 20 points lower; middling up
lands, loaoc: nilddlltig gulf. lu.4oc; sales.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 6. COTTON Quiet: mid
dling. lWtc; receipts. 89 bales; shipments.
Zo tles: stock, 131 bales.
LIVEKPtXIU Oct. 6. COTTON 8not In
fair demand; prices 8 points lower; Amer
ican millennia, rair, d.mii, good tniddllng.
1.57(1; middling, 6 41d; low middling, IM,
good ordinary, 10, d; ordinary, 4.91d. The
saiea of the day were l.Ouo bales, ct which
6w were for speculation and exKirt and
included 7,4 American. Keceiplc, 2,ju6
tlta, all Anierlcan.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. i. COTTON
Quiet; ordinary, 7 1-lSc; good ordinary, IV;
low middling, sc; miuniing, i!c, good mid
dling, loc; stock, 9t,til2 balea.
Oils aad Rosla.
NEW YORK, Oct. . OILS Cottonseed,
eaay; prime yellow. 24,-V-ti&c- Petroleum,
steady; rcdned New York. 7-; Phllsdel
phia and Baltimore. 17 fo; in bulk, 14 63.
Turpentine, quiet, M'tWOc.
OIL CITY, Pa , Oct. 6. OILS Credit bal
ances, 11 .50. Certificates, no bid. Ship
ments. 77o67 bbls.; average, 71.048 bbls.;
runs, 79 bbls.; average, 61.823 bbla. 6hlr
ments. Lima. 2..'l.r bbls ; average, 6tl.41 '
bbls; runs, Lima, 49,ti71 bbls.; average.
SAV ANNAH. Oa., Oct. . tJiiy 1 urpea
tlne, firm; h'7V,;.
ItOSIN- Flrni; A. B. C. 1180; r, 13 ex.
T. 14 So; F. 14 U6; O, 14 65; H. 14 70: I,
14 70: K. 14 75; M, 14.86; N, 14 96; W G, 85 4u;
W W, $5 65.
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Frnlta.
NEW TORK. Oct. 1 EVAPORATED
APPLES Market la without change; com
mon to good are quoted at Wj7c and prim
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITB-Prune
also remain unehanged. with juotatton
ranging from 4Vc to 7c, according to
frade. Apricots are quiet for the time
eing, but offerings are not large and tho
tone la steady. Choice are quoted at
XV9c; extra choice. 9"1i94c; fancy. l('fl
HV- Pearl, ea are practically nominal and
firm; quotations are riot obtainable. Open
ing pricea on California raisins were higher
as expected, averaging about 2- to 8a
above those of last season on the mora
important grades. The spot market con
sequently 4s considered vary firm.
PEORIA. 111-. Oct. 6-CORN-Flrm: No.
t yellow. 62c; No. 1, ,62c; No. 4, 61c; new
OATH Btrong; mo. a wniie, i.ic; March
higher; No. 1. 6c.
WHISKY On the basis of 81. 30 for fin
Dal at k Orala Market.
DULl'TH. Mlna . Oct. 1-WHEAT-To
arrive. No. 1 northern, 8ic; No. 2 northern.
DSe: on irarg, io. i noriuern, b--c; No.
I northern, 8"VC, May, 8.'k:.
OATS To arrive and on track, 27c.
Toledo feed Market. .
TOLEDO. O., Oct. . SEED Clover, caah,
17 87; October, 17 90; Decfcinuer. 67.72, May,
17.75; prune aialke, 7.6u; prune timothy,
NEW YORK. Oct. 6 COFFEE-Market
for futures oxr-oed steady at unchanged
prices to sn advance of 6 points and ruled
generally aiieady to firm en private cat.lea
from Braxil reducing eaumatea af the new
crop sjid staling; liiat lu coitung vrop
agar aad Molareaea.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6 flUGAR-IU,
! nominal: fair refining, ic: Ci-ntrif ugal. H
teat. 3S; moluaees augur. 2c; l(-noq.
quiet: No. 6. !':, No. 7, 4 lie; Ne 8.
4u6c; No. 4. 4c; No. 10. 19f.o; No. 11. li5c;
No. 12. 180c; No. 18, 1.7W-; ISO. 14. J.tsV-; w.n
fectloners' A. 4ffc; mould A. 4.15c: cut loaf.
6 5oc; crushed. t5c; Hdered, 4 9x-; gruo-
ulated. ; cube. 6 00c.
NEW ORLEANS. Jct. 6. SI OAR Mar
ket, quiet; ojien kettle centrifugal. uoinlnHl;
centrifugal wnitea, 4u4c; suconua, -i
3'c. . . .'a
VIOLA So FS Nominal ; open kettle, r"
27c; centrifugal, 614c. Syrup, nurn I nl;
Mala Offleai Kllia aad Huberts Itreeta,
T. PAIL, Ml. VI.
Stock. Grain. Provisions.
khlx Year Urala to la.
Hraoek outre. Ilit-lli feVtatd mt Trad
M14a Uaaaha. hrav. 1 eleahaao ARIA.
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