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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1P05.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
petents. 4 7"; first
second clears, 2 Wfrt M.
BRAN In bulk, $1150.
UortipoDBir Foreign Cablet
SELLING CHECKED OPENLY BY ARMOUR
.er Firm, with Most ftremlk la
torrent Delivery Cask Demand
Coatlaoea Good Aats Con.
' alterably Stronger.
OMAHA, Oct. 7.
While steady the wheat market wss sx
?edlngly dull. I'nresponslve Liverpool
!ables started a selling movement early,
hlch ai checked by open buying by
Armour. Neva vn scarce and audi aa
:ame to hand wax of little Importance. A
pod milling demand waa rerted from
Minneapolis. The weather waa fine. De
cember cloned at 74Vc. May at 64f6;c
ind July at 83c.
Corn was firm, with tha current deliv
ery exhibiting noticeable strength. The
:aah demand la good for export and for
lomestlc shipment. Receipts are mod
rate. No old coin la being sold In tha
:ountry. The atrlke In Argentina has
ipread to the railway employes. Fine
weather bids fair for the harvest In all
:he corn belt. December cloaed at MUtJ
14-Hr, old December at 45Hc and May at
Oats were stronger and the trade was
Tiodcrate Frixirt demand la regular and
the domestic trade Improving. December
ilosed at 2SKc. May at 80Hc and July at
Liverpool closed unchanged to H1 lower
)n wheat and Uifiltd hlvher on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.232,000
bushels and shipments 4KN.00O bushels. The
jay was a holiday last year. Corn re
prints were 4ni i bushels and shlnmente
Wl.) biihhels. Clearances wera 1j6.0i0
bushels -of corn. 219. Coo bushels of oats,
l..() bushels of wheat and l&.trjO barrels of
A Toronto exporter wires that trade has
been dull in wheat, and that the market la
placed In a desperate condition by block
ides. Manitoba wheat, to the extent of
iO.ooo bushels, were sold for export yes
Exporters are In a serious tangle as a
reiiult of congestion east of Buffalo," says
the Inter Ocean. "The railroads In that
section are swamped and are refusing
freight at published tariffs even subject to
Indefinite rlelav. Elevators at Buffalo are
fast filling up. Exporters are skirmishing
to cet snot corn to the seaboard. The con
dltlon will prove a serious blow to New
York aa an exnortlne? tinint. Spot corn
there has advanced 2o In the last two days
on account of the scramble to fill ocean
freight room chartered for grain delayed by
tha blockade east of Buffalo.'
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 2 cars. 80c: 3 cars.
;SVc; 1 car. 7x140; No. 3, 1 car, 78c; H car,
J. He; I cars, 77Mlc; 1 car, 75HC
OATS No. I white, 1 car, 26V40.
RYE No. I, 1 oar, 61c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, 79KfOc: No. I
hard. 76Vio"78c; No, 4 hard, 72Vi74Hc; No.
2 spring,, KOo; No. 3 spring, 747ty4c.
CORN-t-No. 3, 46,,c; No. 3 yellow, 47ftc;
No. t white, 464C.
OATH No. 3 mixed, l&g'-'Sc; No. 3 white,
BiJk'uaHkc: NO. 4 white, 2o4i4f26c
Ry-No. 2. 4c; No. 3. 61c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
CHICAGO GRAM ASD PROVISIONS
Frataree at the TradlnaT Cleelas;
frleea aa Board af Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct. 7. Sunny skl-es northwest
and absence of export demand let the
wheat market ease off todav. At the close
the December delivery was down Vtl Wa
com, oats and provlslona are almost unaltered.
Sentiment in the wheat pit waa incunea
to beariehneas throughout the session. At
the opening the December option waa on
Ur to UfiWt at Mtt'MCa.c to the. One Of
the factors mainly responsible was failure
of the market at Uverpool to respond to
an advance here yesterday. The reaaon
for the comparative weakness at Liverpool
It was said was a quite general oeiiei 111
the likelihood of a much heavier move
ment of wheat from Russia within the
next few weeks. Another factor In the
Initial depression here waa Ideal weather
for tha movement of the new crop in me
northwest. From the start many small hold-
let were eiger to dispose of their lines. Com
mission houses also had selling oraers.
Before the end of the first half hour De
cember had sold off to MK'SMe. Lack
of any definite news regarding export busi
ness had considerable lnnuence on trail
ing. As a result of moderate demand from
a leading bull the losses were practically
all regained. December at one time selling
at Mvic. During the last hour prices fluc
tuated within a narrow range. The market
closed steady with December off Vsific.
Clearances of wh-eat and flour were equal
to 80.500 busbels. Primary receipts were
1.232,0(10 bushels compared with a holiday
a vear ago. Minneapolis, uuiutn ana
Chicago reported receipts of 830 cars against
1,135 cars last week.
A steady tone prevailed in tne corn p.
The volume of trading wag very small.
Firm cables and small local receipts orr-
t the bearish effect of perfect weather
for the maturing of the new crop. The
market closed steady. December opened
unchanged at 44o. sold between 44H"44e
and 44c and closed at 44'644!c. Local
receipts were 200 cars with 67 cara 01 con
Tha noli mnrket was firm as a result or
continued demand from Europ for Ameri
can oats. Commission houses were fair
buvers. December opened unchanged at
2c, sold between We and H'ij2SHc and
closed at 2SSic. Local receipts were 386
Th-e feature of trading In provisions
was coverlnw by snorts in tne urtoDer
products. Vnder this demand the market
held steadv the entire session. At the
close January pork was unchanged at
I12 42H. I-at-d was up ir at 36.87H. Rib"
were un a shnde at 36.47Mifi6.50.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: heat.
ftl cars; corn, 273 cars; oats, 456 cars; hoga,
The leading futures ranged at follows:
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tea r.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
(Superior Quotations for Minneapolis de
Ivery). The range of prices, as reported
ty the Edwards-Wood Grain company,
10-111 Board of Trade building, was;
I I I
i;85jCS6, 866 86V.
i I I
46HI 4B4 46-V
16 in is 10
12 42Vi 12 42V4
T 16 T 17Vt
7 20 7 22H
8 62 8 0
6 60 t 42Vj
articles. I Open. Ulgh. Low. Close. Tes'y
Dcc.'.T'iSKStlV,! 8IV1I 80 04' " 81
May...MVW &4 84 t 84V, 86
WHEAT-'No. 1, 8SOS2V4c; No. 1 northern,
aVuNJo; to arrive, 81 Vi a sic; No. t northern,
nn7lVk; to arrive, 77Hcj No. 1 durum.
VWQiic; no. 1 aurum, Mvtinko.
CORN No. 8 yellow. 48o; No. 8. i8o.
OATS No. 3 white, 26V; to arrive, 26;
So. 3, -t3c.
rLAX-W.64siV4o; to arrive, 86HH6o.
IVKATUEH IN TIIH GRAIN BELT
No. 1 fOld. INew.
r'avh nnntnHnm were as follows:
FLOl'R Steady: winter patents, I3.70fj
u in- stratrhts. tl KVS4. no: spring patents,
13.764.20; straight. IS.aofoH.OO; bakers. $2.30
WHEAT No. I spring, 846c; No. 8, 73
84c; No. 2 red, 83X30.
rnttu-Nn. 2. bHi2iAc: no. t yeuow, 04c,
OATS No. 2, 2SV,c; No. 3 white, Victim:;
No. S white, 27 r2fo.
TtTE-No. X. vtlti8V4C.
BARLEY Good feeding. 88c; fair to
choice malting, 464i48c.
HRKTiR-Nn. l nax. 9e iso. i nonnwest
em. 31. VI. Timotny. prime, viover,
enntrnct rrade 112. f)0.
PROVIBIONB Mess pora. per noi., sio.ju
16.26. Lard, per 100 lbs., 37.20. Short ribs
sides noose). H Was. to. bnori Clear aiuea
ihn.i 17 tnu.in fin
The following were the receipts and
kinmnii of flour and grain:
fair and with, Moderate Temperature
OMAHA. Oct. 7. 1905.
The pressure Is highest over New Kng
and and has Increased over the entire
lastern section and continues relatively
ilgh over the southern suites. It continues
ow over the northwest and has deoreastd
aoldly over the upper lake region, tx-
rme upper Mississippi and upper Missouri
'alleys. The temperature haa rlaen In the
ixtreme upper Mississippi valley and
broughout the 'lake region, but Is gen'
rally lower in all other portions of the
Kiuntry. Conditions remain favorable for
tontlnued fair weather In this vicinity to
ilght and Sunday, with no Important
mange in temperature.
Omaha record of temperature and pre-
ipltauon compared wun tne correspond
ac day of the past three years:
106. 1904. 190S. 1(03.
flnlmum temperature.... 63 62 49 47
reolpltatloa 00 T T .00
Normal, temperature lor today, 63 de-
Deficiency la precipitation since March 1,
Deficiency corresponding period in 1904.
Excess corresponding- period In 1908, 102
X A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
IEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Sjnotatloas ( tha Day oa Varloas
NEW TORK. Oct. 7. FLOUR Receipts,
14,223 bbls.; exports, 11360 bbls.; market,
dull but steady; winter patents, M-H.tf;
winter straights, s4.uu.ut.io; winter extras.
winter low graces. ti.Vwa3.J0
Minnesota patents, 3160uv6.li; Minnesota
bakers, 33 60$ 4.01). Rye flour, quiet; fair to
good, u.BMM.ib; cnoice to fancy, iiiiat.so.
Buckwheat flour, dull; spot and to arrive.
CORNMEAL Firm: fine white and yel
low, 3126; coarse, tHiltfl-H; kUn dried,
RYE Slow: No. 1 western, 72c c. L t
BARLEY Dull; feeding, JSo o. I f. Buf
falo; malting. 43uf2c, c. 1. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, SS.OOO bu.i exports.
etVo elevator and 8o i. o. b. afloat; No. i
northern, Duluth, (0e f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern, Manitoba, 91a f. o. b. afloat.
Unfavorable cab'ea caused an opening de
cline in wheat today, but it was quickly
recovered on bull support and the market
closed fairly steady, although still VcrV.o
net lower. December cloaed at 8!a; May,
$ORN Receipts. 161,6a bu.; exports,
60.716 bu.; spot market, firm; No. 3, 6c;
elevator anu oovto i. o. n. anoat; ivo. I yel
low, fo. 3 white, 6lc. The option mar
ket was quiet, but steady, closing net un
changed. December closed at 6tfcc; Jan
uary. 60e: May, 4!c.
OATS Receipts, bu. : exports, 61,433
bu ; spot market, steady: mixed oats, 26 to
23 lha.. iiuJo; natural white, 30 to 32 lbs.,
S'-Vu33c; clipped white, 36 to 40 lbs., 35
HAT Steady ; shipping, 6O'60c; good to
HOPS Firm; Pacific coast, 1906, 144jl8c;
1904. 13u'17c; olds, KqllC.
HIDES Quiet; California. 21 to 26 lbs.,
l!Vc; Texas dry. 24 to 30 lbs., 18c.
LEATHER Firm; acid, 244r2c.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family. 3 11 60
T1?00; mess, Jo's 10 00. beef hams, 121000
22 60. Cut meats, quiet; pickled bellies,
9t0.0O4JlO.6i): pickled shoulders. 37.7.60;
pickled hams, 310.00. Lard, steady: western
steamed, 37.66; refined, steady; ertmpotmd,
S.ti2Sh6.37: western steamed, 37.66. Pork,
steady; family. 317 6i)lS ou: short clear,
314 5it l 60; mess, 16 116 &u
TALLOW Steady; city, 4c; country. 4
RICE Quiet: domestic, fair to extra, 8
fti.c, Japan, nominal.
BlTTTER Firm; receipts. T.663 packagea;
street prlcea, extra creamery, Jltllo;
Olhcial prices unchanged.
POCLTRY Live steady: western chick
ens, fowls and turkeys, 13c. Dressed Ir
regular; western chickens, HfjlSc; fowls,
lJVro; turkeys, 144)16cy f
Liverpool drain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct T WHEAT Spot,
noiet: No. 2 red western winter. 6s i'd.
Futures steady; December, a US J J March,
CohN-8pot. steady; American mixed.
4a t fi Futures quiet; December, 4s 10Vd;
January. s a ; March, 4s la.
NEWYORR STOCKS AND BONDS
Prospactof Ooitinted Stiff Money Iftritt
Causes Decline it Valies.
LARGE DECREASE IN CASH RESERVE
Skewing Mad by Weekly Rank State,
seat Regarded aa Reetldentlen
of t'nexpeetedly Rla In
crease lMmt Week.
NEW TORK, Oct. 7. The weekly hank
statement nfTcred a warning of the small
reliance to be placed on yesterday's late
decline In the call money rate as a reflec
tion of the situation of the money market.
Speculative sentiment was brought to the
conclusion that a stiff money market was
likely to continue for the Immediate future.
nd mere was selling or stocks in conse
quence. A group of industrial specialties,
mostly among the railroad equipment
stocks, 'with American locomotive con
spicuous leader, were notable exceptions to
the downward tendency. The movement In
these was of professional origin quite
largely, but had as a substantial basis
the extraordinary need or the ranroaos
throughout the country for large Increases
In facilities to accommodate the flood of
traffic which la coming upon them. The
strength of this handful of stocks, how
ever, was of little effect In sustaining the
general market, and the closing wns easy
at net declines running to a point or over
for many of the prominent active stocks.
The decrease m casn snown by tne Dana
statement ran 3s,454,70O, thus considerably
exceeding the largest of the preliminary
estimates based on the known movements
of money. This showing Is regarded as a
ratification In part of the unexplained In
crease In cash reported last week, though
the full amount of the discrepancy Is by
no means accounted for. The ihowlng
strengthens the supposition that gold en
gagements have been figuring In bank re
serves as soon as made, without waiting
for their actual receipt. The effect of the
decline In cash on the surplus was modified
by the scaling down of the deposits through
contraction of IU.SX9.400 in outstanding
loans. The Inroad upon the surplus was
thus limited to $3,153. 0, bringing that Item
down to $4,286,175. The loan contraction la
believed to be due largely to the taking
over of loans from the banks by out of
town institutions, which have drawn on
their New York deposits for that purpose
during the week. Another withdrawal of
$2,000,000 from tha Bank of England for
shipment to Egypt showed the drajn upon
the depleted reserve of that Institution un
relieved and pointed to the maintenance of
money rates in foreign markets.
Total sales of bonds, par value, $1,760,000.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change ranged as follows:
gold coin and bullion, 3,.1S,97J; gold certifi
New Terk Meser Market.
NEW TORK. Oct. 7-MONET-On call
nominal; no loans: time loans firm; sixty
and ninety days, 6 per cent; six. months.
MERCANTILE PATER 4
per cent. t
UTERLINO EXCHANOE-Steady with
actual business In bankers' bills at 34 ItVWj
4 8M6 for demand and at $4 s2 for sixty
day bills: posted rates, $4 83ff4 M and
$4 W6 4 M; commercial bills. $4 S1V4 81.
SILEVR-Rar, 1c: Mexican dollars. 47c.
PONDS Government steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds were as follows:
....lJiM aa, M varies
ins do ,. et
do M merit
1M L. A N. nnl. 4...
I'1 Mnhttn e. S 4s.
H'4 H't. Ontrsl 4s.,..
.... 1044 to 1M Inr
I' Mliin. St. L. 4s..
Ctrs. T7 M , K. T
1H 1 do
in '4 N. It. m. ef st .
N. T. C. I. J4.
....lOlH K. ) C.
1U No. rrlc 4....
I do aa
.li:. N. w. e. 4,..
. Ml 0. g. b. rM 4.
, 024 Pens. enST. lWa.
Chea. Ohio 4HS....10'. Rtadlns rn. 4a..
intrago a A. i. . mix st. L. A 1. M
V. s. rat. ta. r
so coupon . . . .
U g. ta, r(...
to coupon . . . .
I'. S s 4a. r
do eoiTnon . . . .
r. e. old 4a, r
do coupon . . .
Am. Tobacco 4a
do (a, ctfa...
Atrklaon srn. i
do adj. 4s
Atlantic r. L,
Bal. Oslo 4s
Central of Oa.
do 1t Inc....
do Jkl Inc
., B. A q. a.
., r. i a p.
do eol, ta
CCC. St. b. g. 4a.
t'Mrago Tor. 4a.
Colorado Mid. 4a....
role. A Be. 4,
Colo. Ind. la, set A.
do ft B...
Cab ta, clfi
V. H. o. 4s
Dlatlllera' Seo. ta...
Erie prior lien 4a...
.HUH St. L. A 8. F. ft 4a "4
, mx i- '. s. w. e. 4a.... tx
. 9 v-aooaro s. I.. a..
.liX go. Parlfle 4a
. tc. 1 do 1st 4s otfs,,..
. 74H 80. Railway ta
. tsu Teiaa A P. la
74 ,T.. St. U A W.
71 Vnloa Paclflc 4s...
11' do con. 4a
101 H TT. g. steel Id Is
to1. Wabaah la
102 do deb. B
44 wcaters Md. 4a...
r. W. A D. C. Is. ...Hi w. A L. B
Hocking Val. 4i Ill Wis. Ootral 4a
JapaA ta, otfa rt
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Oct. 7. Call loans, MT per
cent; time loans, tVH per cent. Official
?uotatlons oc stocks and bonus were aa
..WIS American Cine
2,600 1UH 112
v lour, DDIS IS.-.
Wheat, bu 2.000 17,400
t, 1M.700 26 300
Oats, bu D08.y"l ota "
Rye, bu 14.000
Barlev. bu i.v.aw
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, i Vb'tP
20Hc; dairies, 16H19c. Eggs, easy; at mark,
17c; firsts, lSc; prime flrsts, 20Hc; extras,
liftC cneese, nrm; iiio'ii-.
Kaaaae City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. 7.-WHEAT-De-
May, TS-ifoTsHc; caan,
No. 2, 77j,(&8oc; No. 4,
7173c; No. 2 red, 0c;
i, uit5c; rejected, 71
No. 2 hard. SO 83c:
No. 3, 76c; No.
UUKN uecemoer, nc may, -tx--,
cash, No. 3 mixed, 467 No. 3 white, 6oc.
OATS No. 2 white, 21i,30c; No. 3 mixed,
LAY Steady; timothy, 39.5010.00; choice
K i toteauy ai wc
EGOS Higher; Missouri and Kansas No.
S new, whitewood cases Included, lie; case
count, Ho; cases returned, He less.
BUTTER i'lrm; creamery, if":; paca-
Ing, 14c . . ,, ....
Wheat, bu 211.000 i 76.flh0
Corn, bu 84.010 43,000
Oats, bu 8.V00 7.000
The range of prices paid In Kansas City
aa reported by the Edwards-Wood com
pany, 110-111 Board of Trade building, was:
Articles. Open. lllgh. Low. Close. Yes'y
Wheat 1 I I
Dec... T6HP-4 W4j 7H 7Vt 7H
May..'. fs5 7hH ' W4
dSoT... 39V4 3rA 8tt 8S 89S
May... 39 i 89 SSy, 8!A
''V'eo'.... 26 264 264 26 28T,
May... 27 27i 27 27a 27
Out.... 15 10 15 15 16 10 16 10 16 00
Jan.... 1230 UK 1236 11a 1232
Oct.... T13 7 13 7 10
Jan.... 860 886 889 U8 7o
Jan....) 346 6 46 343 842)840
t. I.onls General Market.
BT. LOUIS, Oct. 7. WHEAT Futures
lower, caah firm; No. $ red, cash, elevator,
4-xSi6c; track, WriSOc; December, o2c;
May. t(5aej No. 2 hard, StSc.
CORN Firm; No. 2 cash, 4c; track.
6tu,fcn'ilc; December, 41c; May, 41c.
OAT3-Bteady; No. 3 cash, 27o; track,
JiiaiWc: No. 2 white, 8o4C.
FLOL'R Quiet. Red winter patents.
$4.2UU4.a5; extra fancy and straight, I3.650
415; clear. 32 0rJ .10.
BEED Steady; simotny .:.T!j j.sb.
CORN MEAL Steady; 3200.
BRAN (Steady ; Backed east track, 67&8c.
HAY Stoady, timothy, $ls.006 12.60; prairie,
IKON IWHIN llEB-WC,
HEMP TWINE 60.
PROVISIONS Pork. lowr; Jobbing,
316 20. LArd, lower; prime steam. $92c; dry
salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts. 3S 25;
clear ribs. $x.tac; short clears, wi4.
Bacon, steady: boxed extra shorts. S.o74;
clear ribs, $9 60; short clear, $9.l!.
POULTRY Bteady ; chickens, luc;
springs, live: turkeys, 13()rl6c; ducks,
In; geese, 64c.
BUTTER steady; creamery, kdsc;
EQQ8-Steady, lthe. case
Amal. Copper 9.800 85 P44
Amer. Car A P 17,400 Stt 3.n
Amer. Cotton OH 100 33 82
do pfd ......
Amer. Hide & L pfd..
Amer. Ice Securities..
Amer. Linseed OH....
Amer. Smelting A R.
do pfd .
Amer. Sugar Ref
Amer. Tob. nfd., cert.
Anaconda Mining wo.
Atlantic Coast Line.,
B. & O
Brooklyn R. T
Central of N. J
Ches. & Ohio
Chicago & A
Shlcago Ot. Western
. A N. W
C, M. 4 St. P
Chicago T. & T
C, C, C. & St. L
Colo. Fuel & 1 6,800 48
Colo. A Southern 300 28
aa 1st pid
do 2d pfd 600 434 43
Con. Gas ioO 186 ll5
Corn Products luO lfti 12
Del. & Hudson
Del., L. & W
D. & R. 0 100 84 84
do pfd 600 88 88
Distillers' Securities. 100 44 44
Erie i 12,700 49 49
do 1st pfd 1,700 81 80
do 2d pfd 400 73 72
General Electric 100 180 18o
111. Central '
K. C. Southern
L. & N
Met. St. Ry
Minn. & St. L
M., St. P. A 8. Ste M.
M.. K. A T
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y., Ont. A W
Norfolk A W
peonio s uos
P., C, C. A St. L-...
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman P. C
do 1st pfd 411O 93
do 2d pfd
Republic Steel 2.100
do ntd l ono fi
Rock Island Co 1.700 S3j
do nfd l.ioo 791,
Rubber Goods 100 87
St. U A S F. 2d pfd 100 69
st. i s. w :.
So. Pacific 6.700 60
So. Railway 1.400
Tenn. Coal A T l.ono gs
Texas A Pacific
Tol., Ft. L. A W...(
Union Puclflc. ......
P. S. Express
V. 8. Realty
lT. 8. Rubber
U. S. Steel
Va. Carolina Chem.
w estinghouse Ele irrf
Western Union too 98 9.14 Mui
W. A Laka Erie " it'
Wis. Central out
do nfd a.r
No. Paclflc too lr'isu. enau. sua
Central Leather soft 46 4 4K
do pfd inn iil iuu. iaiw
Slosa Sheffield 300 72 Tis? tiJ
Total sales for the day. 342.100 shares.
Loadoa Closing Keeks.
LONDON, Oct. 7.-Closlng quotations on
the Stock exenange were as follows:
Boatoa A Albany..,,
Botan A Main
Boston Elevated ....
Mexican Central ....
N. V. N. H. A H.
Amer. Arga. Chem..
e pfd ,
Amer. Pneu. Tube...
Amer. T. A T
Dominion 1. A 8..
Bdlaos Blec. Illu..
Uenarsl Eloctrla ...
tolled Boos Mach..
0. 8. Steal
Weetlng. common .
Cal. A Heels..
I'll? West ....
lele Rovale ...
Maaa. Mining .
Mont. C. A C.
'. 8. Mining..
C. 8. Oil
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattla Beceipta Light aa Uanal oa Lait
Day of Waak.
HOGS SELL riVE TO TEN CENTS HIGHER
Light Hogs hTv Urn liaaroveaseBt
ail All Kinds Are Uwet tor
Week Very Heavy Ra of
Sheep aad Prices nigher.
BOUTH OMAHA. Oct
Orrlelal Wednesday ,,
Total this week....
Total last week
Same week before...
Snme three weeks go...27."i3
Bane four Weeks ago....27.Jl3
Same week last year. ...26.058
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs And sheen at South Omaha for
the year to date, comparing with last year:
Cttl m,M ,77.873 66.733
Hogs 1.8S9,M7 1.612.2W 7.."
Sheep 1,877,763 1,270,400 10?.
The followlnr lable shows the average
price of hogs st South Omaha for the last
everal days, with comparisons:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
,. 8 413 1.718 27.K
,.10,0i'9 4.CO0 30,107
..10.42 6.4.i2 6.631
.. 4, IV I 4.NK8 14.M
.. 1.U7B 3.M2 ls.71
.. 176 3.012 6.361
..30,006 26. 14
DKUIDING'S PINANCIAL R IE VIEW
Date. ltOf. lM. nam. U80J. 11801. 11808. 188.
3 081 4 S3
6 7U, 6 16!
6 SI 6 16
Ii iOI 3 )!
g 58! 6 18
8 lt 4 33
Flour, barrels, .
Corn, bushels , .
Oats, bushels ..
... 8 000
PEORIA. 111.. Oct. 7 WHEAT Firm:
P.O. i red winter, fcwc.
CORN Higher: No. 3 yellow. i2Mc: No.
3. 6e: No. 4. 61c: no grade. 60c.
OATS Firm: No. 8 white. 2!4rJ8ic: 'No.
4 white, Jt,i27c.
iVHIpKi On the basis or 31.30 lor fin
Mllwaakce irala Market.
MILVVACKEE. Oct. T. WHEAT 8teady:
No. 1 northern. 6Sfi6c; No. 2 norlbtrn, si 4
64'tc: leemer. 84c bid.
R t K Weak : No. l, 7i&c.
H A RLE Y Weaker: No. 3. 64c: sample.
CORN-Steady; May, 46Sc.
8,000 164 1631-4
4.400 sis 8"H
3.400 W 125
18,100 2r.i 25
100 74 74
4"0 140H 140
300 104 1H
4,100 105 1 0414
P0 3314 .1i
3o0 64 t
1.100 48 47V.
LONDON, Oct. 7. Money was In active
demand and scarce In the market today.
Apparently the Bank of England had ab
sorbed the millions In dividends distributed
and was taking steps to maintain discount
rates, which were firmer. On the Stock
exchange business was dull and nqmlnal,
partly owing to Its being the eve of the
settlement, while the scare regarding the
monetary outlook caused gloom In most
sections. The present tightness of money
Is not regarded as extraordinary, con
sidering the requirements for crop moving
and other annual needs early In October.
Consols and home rails were quiet. Amer
icana opened firm, eased somewhat, fluctu
ated and closed above the lowest quotations
of the day. The other sections were quiet
and dull. Business was mostly stagnant.
Japanese imperial 6s of 1904 were quoted
PARIS, Oct. 7. Prices on the Bourse to
day opened steady, but became Irregular
ana aenressea and closed weak. Russian
Imperial 4s were quoted at 93.70 and Russian
bonds of 1904 at 628.
BERLIN, Oct. 7. Prices on the Bourse
today opened weak, but became stronger
Clearing; Honse Averages.
NEW TORK, Oct. 7. The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this city for this week follow:
Loans, 31,069,740,900; decrease, 31.W9.40O.
Deposits, 31.059.2nl.70O; decrease, 321.2O3.400.
Circulation. 354.142.4O0: Increase, 376.200.
Ijegal tenders, 374,063,200; decrease, 11,987,
100. Specie, $195,038,400; decrease, $6,467,900.
Reserve, $269,101,600; decrease, $8,464,700.
Reserve required, $264,816,426; decrease, 35,-
Surplus, 34.2S6.175; decrease, 33.153.S50.
F.x-Unlted States deposits, $6,391,060; de
OMAHA, Oct. 7. Bank clearings for to
day were $1,636,S49.n6; for the corresponding
date last year. 31.398.181.64.
The number of cars of stock brought In
today by each road was:
C. M. A St. P, Ry.. .. 4 1
Mo. P. Ry 1
U. P. system t 7
C. A N. W. Ry 4 13
P., E. A M. V. R. R. I 17 1
C, St. P., M. A O. Ry ..
B. & M. Ry a 4 4
C, H. tc Q. Ry 6
C, R. I. A P. Ry., E. .. 8
Chi. Great Western.. .. 1 ..
For the Information of parties who may
be Interested In speculative securities we
have made arrangements with Mr. F. O.
Druldlng of Chicago, sn expert writer on
Aaaanrlal topics and delineator of stock ex
change probabilities, to furnish a weekly
review of the salient features of current
financial topics gleaned from the various
We desire, however, on the psrt of The
Bee to disclaim all responsibility for the ac
rmrateness of any forecast Mr. Druldlng
may make concerning future prospects of
any Investment or enterprise.
All special Inquiries about the present or
prospective value of any particular se
curity should be addressed direct to Mr. F.
O. Druldlng, No. I2i First National bunk
building. Chicago, 111.
CHICAGO, Oct 7 (SpeclaU-Slnre my
last writing conditions have changed ma
terially the 8tock mnrket has been ex
cessively dull and almost entirely rofes
slonal. and the total of dealings In stocks
and bonds haa been very unsatisfactory.
The range of prices has been narrow, with
the exception to be noted In a few special
ties, which have been manipulated by spe
cialists. Fluctuations hove been governed
almost entirely by the money situation.
It Is rather peculiar that no decided at
tempt was made bv the big oterntors to
advance stocks, even after the decided fnlU
ure to advanoe the rates was attempted by
the Bank of England; hut by virtue of the
fact that large gold losses, to both the
Bank of France and the Bank of England,
were reported, this lack of activity on the
part of the big operators may be explained,
Considerable Interest haa been dlsplnyed
In the position which the large banks and
trust companies have taken In the cnlling
of heavy loans. A great many speculntors
gre of the opinion thnt the money mnrket
Is being manipulated. Ot course, It Is ad
mitted that this Is the result of the policy
of the big financial and hank lnter-xts to
curb the extended bull movement that was
rumored to come.
In the face of the searching Inquiry
which has been directed ngalnet the In
surance companies and other Institutions
equally as strong financially. It Is realty
rather a remarkable thing thnt stocks
have held as well as they have. Although
the Investigation of Insurance matters will
have a salutnry effect iiltlm -it. ,v. neverthe
less the spit It In w hich t . . itnestisa.
tiora are conducted run hanlly , clnsetned
Mr. McCairs statement to the . fT,
lie had contributed very U:iik. 1
defeat of democracy. iM "
the success of democratic ilm;ul
terlous to the het Interest i
!. been echoed by tl
the other companies, and whr
ami done we niut admit thai
....Koe.. armenrs to be ver
n...rl,eleee ao bstutlt In 11 V rcdotl
financial betterment of .ill comp
Although these Investigations
much lluht pn the Interior
A or h
.1 to tho
these huge ' organisations, aim .
,.!. reflect iinon Vhe if.
loe in:", mr.ui.-" - .
tteiela In ehnrce. vet the unconlro
tn. that all of these co
or. aonnd All of this noise results
,.,,, r.. ni.lv over the surplus, an
I.... ..ml These I O ft It tl t lollS
ai.aoiotelv solvent In every way, and th
fore 1 cannot agree with many other fl
cisl writers v. tin believe thst the
..i..B,...a m-hieH l.nve been made will
tlnne nermanentlv to effect the specula
markets. I think new otlloers will be ru
In nnd every effort will he made to reor
-n.,l.n H,.a Mmtt.l.lllfi alonaT niOre COn
servntlve lines, when. In my opinion, It
will he comparatively easy to restore publlo
confidence In the Immediate future.
The net earnings of the I'nlted ptatet
Steel Corporation for the quarter which
ended last 8nturl:iy will most likely be
somewhnt below the general estimate. The
cxirnonlinnry best of July and August,
w'th th" two or three dnys. July 4 and
In a way be .esponst
of the compnnv estl
$7iio.f0 to $1,500,000 wat
cotnMnntlon of holldsvt
The last quarter's earn-
Iocs will also have two holidays Thanks
giving and Christmas, which ought lo find
reflection In the qtturterlv report to ahoul
the snme degree. Net returns for October.
November and December should run aboul
fl1.tKiO.niio monthlv. The corpora tlon'a ex
pert trnde for the yeiir will he rloao to
l.onii.noo tons of nil kinds of products.
The Republic Iron and Steel Is declining,
nil rd"r for rails, and expect to contlntit
to do so for the next six months. The mllll
hnve been run to full cnpncltv nnd cnr.nnt
keen tin with the demand. It Is very likely
thnt buvers of steel rails will bp paying
premiums In 196.
l.nbor tiny, msv
hie. An official
mates thnt from
lost through the
and hot weather.
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head IndRaityj;
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company
Armour A Co
Cudahy Packing Co.
Totals $9,081,368.85 $3,943,112.14
Oils and Roaln.
NEW TORK. Oct.- 7. -OILS Cottonseed,
easy; prime yellow, 24sj,tijki. Petroleum,
firm; refined New York. $..66; In bulk, $4.65.
Turpentine, quiet; 69Mi670c.
ROSIN Strained, common to good, $3.96
OIL CITT. Pa.. Oct. 7. OIL Credit bal
ances. $1.66; certificates, no bid; shipments,
97.973 bbls.; average, 72.196 bbls.; runs, 72,401
bbls.: average, 63,941 bbls.; shipments, Lima,
45,6!I6 bbls.; average, 66,934 bbls.; runs,
Lima. 48,228 bbls.; average, 41,716 bhls.
SAVANNAH, Oa., Oct. 7.-OIL Turpen
tine, firm; esc.
ROSIN Finn: sales. 1.815 bhls.; A. B, C.
$3.80; D. $3.96; F 84.30; F. $4.67; O. $4.70;
H. $4.72: I. $4.76; K. $4 HO; M, $4.86; N.
$4.96; W O. $6.45; W W, $6.66.
II T-14 K. T. Central., .
M 11-11 Norfolk W...
... H do ptt
... Ilia Ontario A W...
101 Penueylvanla ..
Baltimore A Ohio. . . .llt-i. Rend Mine
Mlaaeapelta Kleer Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 7 WHEAT De
cember, wc: May, 84 V: No. 1 hard.
(Uc; No. 1 northern. K2A.C. No. 2 noithern,
LOCR-lrt patents, e4.X,4.v; second
naleta Urala Market.
WTITII, Oct. T WHEAT To arrive.
No. 1 northern. 82c: No. 3 northern. Tc;
on track. No. 1 northern. W,c; No. 3 north
vm 7ic: Dct-nitvr. e-c; May, c.
OATS -To aitive and oa Uack, 27.
Chicago Ot. W ..
C . at. It. r..
tie Bee ra ,
U. A It. O.-.
do let td
da Id sfd
Illlnola Central ..
M.. K. T
SILVER Bar. dull, 28 8-16d per ounce.
MONEY-2tj34 per cent. ;
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 87V3H per cent; for throe
uiuiiiiie uiiia, eieua (ier I'cni.
... M do let pfd
... HX1 do td prd
. ..1M Southern Rallvai
... 1T-4' do old
... II Southern PariSa
... tl L'nloa PaelSc ..
... IKel do ld
... MS V. I. steal
... Tl I do pfd
...IM14I do pfd
. 44 H
124 8.211 4.608
CATTLE As usual On the last day of
the week, there were no cattle of any con
sequence In sight. Aside from the feeder
division, where there were a few cattle
In the hands of speculators, the yards
were empty and deserted.
The receipts of cattle have been very
heavy this week; In fact, the heaviest of
the year so far, and way in excess of the
records of a week ago and a year ago.
Under the influence of the large runs
and excessive supply the market on west
ern grass beeves has gradually Banged
from Ha own weight and at the close Of
the week Is safely Kifo2oc lower than fcne
week ago-. The decline has been on the
medium kinds principally, which consti
tute the big bulk ot the receipts. Strictly
choice range beeves have been scarce all
the week and they have not shown much
change in prices. Corn-fed steers of good
quality have also been In very moderate
supply and for that reason they have re
mained just about steady all the week.
The common to medium kinds, which
would be affected by the break on grass
ers, would have to be Quoted a little
Cows and heifers have suffered the most
decline of anything during the week. It
seemed as if a larger propoitlon of the
receipts than usual consisted of that kind
of cattle, and while buyers bought freely,
thev were tilled up and the muiket grad
ually worked downward. At the close of
the week the general market on cows
and heifers Is all of UiiAiti lower and In
extreme cases perhaps 26u lower than t
was at the close of last week.
Htockers and feeders have been In very
large supply all the week, but the demand
bas also Deen lurge, bo inat tne luaraei
has been In a good, healthy condition
from start to finish. Prices on desirable
kinds are fully steady with a week ago.
Even lltrht cattle. If ot good quality, have
been aocut steady, but common, little
knotheads are a Utile lower, owing to the
fact that there have been a good many
Pr. No. Ay. Pr.
1 It t -r. ISO 3 4
8 0 11 tit 3 M
!4t t Tt 1 IS5 3 M
too I 00 3 IS4 4 H
'STOCKfc'ltB AND FEEDERS.
610 I 00 I tit 8 M
mand has been so good thst values have
gradually strengthened up In the face of
the large recelp's and at the close of the
week the market Is snfely 1625c higher
than It was at the close of last week.
While packers have been free buyers the
chief support has come from the feeder
buyers, who have been active competitors
for sheep and lambs thnt would ordinarily
go to packers, as well as for the thin stuff.
In spite of high prloes feeder buvers have
taken everything suitable for their pur
posea and would have taken a good many
more of them If they were to be had. All
In all It has been a most satisfactory mar
ket as viewed from a seller's standpoint.
Quotations on fat sheep and Inmbs; Oood
to choice lambs, $H 6tff6.76; good to choice
yearling wethers. $n.oo6.26; good to choice
old wethers, $4.6004.85: good to choice ewes,
quotations on reeder sheen and lamos:
Oood feeding lsmbs. 33.7.rff:f 40; good feed
ing yearlings, 3C.OOiOT.16; good feeding weth
ers, $4.2.Vo4.40; feeder ewes, $3.5O4.10; breed
ing ewes, $4.. 4 60.
145 Idaho cull lambs
9 Idaho cull lamhs
IKS Wyoming cull lambs
1 Idaho feeder lamhs....,
los Idaho feeder lambs
926 Idaho feeder lambs
9S3 Wyoming feeder lambs
1060 Idaho feeder lambs
CHICAOO LIVE STOCK JIAHKET
Cattle steady Hoc Steady to Strong
Sheep and Lambs Strong;.
CHICAOO. Oct. 7.-CATTLE Receipts,
800 head; market steady; beeves. t.ya6.?'i;
cows. $1.2Mi4.40: heifers, $2.10i4.90; good
prime steers, $6.40ga.35; Blockers and feed
HOGS Receipts, 10,000 head; market
steady to strong: mixed and butchers, $5.10
C16.8O; good heavy, $5.35'&6.60; rough hoavy,
3l.95ft5.20; light, $5 106.60; pigs, $4.75tV5.30;
bulk of sales. ?6.2ffl6 5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.500
head: market strong; natives, $3. 106.00;
westerns, .1 HKio.00; yearlings, $4.9035.iX;
Kaasaa City Live StocVr Market.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. 7. CATTLE Re
ceipts, L0U0 head; market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, $6.00&5.90;
fair to good, 34.005.00; western steTS, 32.75
Q4.60; stockers and feuders, 32.60(94.26; south
ern steers, e2.2.Vti3.76; southern cows. $1.76
2.65; native cows, $1.75ft4.2b; native heifers,
$2.6tfH4.76; bulls, $2.H;g2.oO; calves. $2.5((j6.0O;
receipts for the week, 82,000 head.
HOOS Recelpta, 2,500 bend; weak to 5c
lower; top. 36.20; bulk of sules. J5.10U6.15;
heavy, 86.107iS.2u; packers, $5.10J(6.20; plsrs
and lights, 36.006.16; receipts for the week,
BHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts, 300 head;
nominally stejjdy; native lambs, $5.604 7.10;
western lambs. $5.61X37.10; ewes and year
lings, $4.004f6.2G; western clipped yearlings,
M-Ttflfi.io; western clipped sneep, $4.0iK(j4.&;
stockers and feeders, $3,7644.50; receipts for
the week, 31,000 head.
W. Farnam Smith & Go.
Union Stock Tarda, 1004. Suhloct to sale,.
1320 Farnam St.
Mala Office Flftk. and Roberts Street
ST. PAIL, MINN.
Dealers law-, '
Stocks. Grain. Provision,
nhlp Voir Grain to Va,
Braaeh office, llu-tll Board of Trade
Bid., Omaha, Nes. Telephone 3034.
212-214 Exchange Bldg., South Omaha.
Bell 'Phone 31b. Independent 'Phuoe 8.
SAMUEL BURNS, it.
614 N. Y, Life. Those MVS.
Topeka St. R. R. Bonds, 5 per cent.
Omuha & Co. Hlufls St. R. K.r 6 per cent.
Sioux City Stork Yards Stock, 6 per cent.
Nebraska Telephone Co. Slock, 6 per cent.
PTI Ml'!0. OIU TIMBER. SMELTER,
AMI Ixnt'KTRIAI. STOtka innVlna r-oeelhl
I.AIIRK INTERKT aad I'ltOElTS, llatet and
.inllnu-d. our t.p-cinlty. frooklnte riving full In
formation matted free en appHr.Moe.
DOITOLAH, l.At KY CO.,
Ranker. Itrokera.Ot) 11 roadway, N'ewYork
near and Molasses.
NEW YORK, Oct. 7. SCO AR-Rawi
steady: fair refining. Sc; centrifugal, Of
test. 3c: molasses sugar, 2c. Refined,
steady- No. 8, -t.ae; No. 7, 4.15c; No. 8,
4.0ftc; No. , 4.00c; No. 10, 895c: No. 11, 3 115c;
No. It. 8nc: No. 13. 3.70c; No. 14. 8.65c:
confectioners' A, 4.65c; mould A, 5 ijc; cut
loaf. 6.60c; crushed, 6.50c; powdered. 4.80c:
granulated. 4 80c; cubes, 6.06c.
Mt iLAtsa Kb steady ; ww Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 2orj36c.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. f-SCOAR Quiet:
open kettle centrifugal, nominal; centri
fugal whites, 4Ha,4c; yellows, S'U4 l-16c;
MOLASSES Nominal; open kettle, 12(9
7c; centrifugal, 63 14c.
Evaporated Applea aad Dried Prnlta.
NEW YORK. Oct. 7. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market Is' somewhat easier for
future shipment, hut spot quotations remain
firm. Common to good are quoted at 6170
and prime at
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRVITg Prunes
remain unchanged with quotations ranging
from 4tte to 74o. according to grade. Ap
ricots are In firm demand, but with offer
ings light the market Is firm In tone. Choice
are quoted at SVtifto. extra choice at ift
te and fancy at lmfin'v. Peaches remain
nominal so far as the spot market Is con
cerned, with futures In moderate demand
owing to the high prices asked. Raleins
show firmness. Loose muscatel are quoted
at 6Htt7o; seeded raisings, 6680; Lon
don layers, $1.15471.20.
Philadelphia Prodoee Blarket.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct, 7. BI'TTER
Steady; extra western creamery. t2e: extra
nearby prints. 23c.
EGOS Firm: nearby, fresh, loss off. 23c:
""ry. fresh, 22c. at mark; western, fresh,
21t'.,2c. at mark.
CHEESE Dull; New York full cream.
If,noy'..liC! New Yor" ,u" cream, choice.
lmallVc: New York full cream, fair to
HOOS Receipts this morning were only
moderate, the same as every other day of
late, and the total for the week as will be
noted from the figures given above Is small
but still about on a par with previous weeks
though smaller than a year ago. That Is
not all. present prorpects would appear to
favor the belief that receipts will continue
small at this point for another thirty or
Under the Influence of the moderate run
this morning heavy hogs which have been
selling in pretty low notches all tha week
advanced (yd 10c end the market, was sctlve
so that a clearance was made for the llrst
time In some days. Light hogs which have
shown very little change during the week,
that is remaining about stationary while
heavv weights were breaking, did not par
ticipate In the advance this morning. Most
of the heavy hogs went at 34 85S6 10 while
light hogs sold on up aa high aa $5 36.
Tha hoii market lias been In very unsatis
factory condition this week. Packers claim
that st the rultng prices for provisions,
live hogs ought to be selling on the basis
of 84.60 at Chicago. That they believe what
they say la shown by their wieager pur
chases at all packing points. Were It not
I for the support given the market by ship
pers and Duysrs ior tne rrcan meat trade
there la no doubt but what prices would
drop down very rapidly. As It Is the good
fresh meat trade In connection with the
light receipts is preventing packers from
getting prloes down to a point where they
would like to see them. So long at packers
feel that the market Is too high they are
not likely to be free buyers at sny point
and the result Is almost certain to be
a dull and unsatisfactory market from day
to day. After all the pounding that the
market has experienced this week prices on
an average are only about &87ce lower than
a week age.
North American Investment . Com
pany of I'nlted States tontine bonds
nnd Colonial security Company
bonda will pay ensh.
Address, CRIOLER & McDERMOTT.
48 DeMcnll Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
SOVic; IlRlit fine, 21lC6c; heavy fine, 18ff32ai
tub wanned, att-l-c.
' $6 20
fit. I.onls Lira Stock Market,
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 7 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head; no Texana. Market
steady; native shipping and export aleers,
$4.1UVt.80; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$3.3oQiu.OO; steers under l.OoO pounds, $3-2fj
4.60; stockers and feeders, $J.0u4jJ. So: cows
and heifers, $2.0O6.OO; canners, $1.60&2.0O;
bulls, $2.S63.00; calves, $2.0o$6.00; Texas
and Indian steers, 33.O0&3.7O; cows and
HOGS Receipts. 1.600 head. Market
steady; pigs and lights, $5.0ii'!iG.jO; packers, !
$5b5.55; butchers and best heavy, 3j.S,V(f
6t- I Whitehall lOfftlle
SHEEP AND LAM B3 Receipts, 600 head. ! inh.tnr. ' .VVfin
, .. -1. tt u... . ' !
lambs, 35.00ffr7.85; culls and bucks, tl.f'
4.75; stockers, $3.25tp.10; Texans. 3o.2i34.l6.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade and Qastntlont oa
Staple and Fancy Produce,
KOOS Candled stock, ISc.
LIVE rorintY liens, 9c; r..mters, 6c
turkeys, 13'iluc; ducks, S'oOc; spring chick
ens, 9e. -
Ul'T'i'ER Packing stock, 15c: cholfe t
fancy dairy, lSlDc; creamery, 218114jC
SL'UAR Standard granulated. In Mils..
136.66 per cwt.; cubes. 30.40 per cwt.: cul
loaf, 31S5 per cwt.i No. 6 extra C, $5.40 pel
cwt.: No. 10 extra C. $5.25 per cwt.; No. II
ellow, $5.20 per cwt.: XXKX powdered.
, FTtLSH FISH Trout. lOejllo; halllhut, llei
, bufTa lo, dressed, de; pickerel, dressed, 8c
I white baas, dressed, 12c; sunllsh. 6c; perch,
scaled and dressed, he; pike, 11c; cuttlsh,
'15c; red snapper. 10c: salmon. 11c: crannies.
12c; eels, lsc; liullln.-ads, 11c; black bass, 2u:
u.iK legs, pur aos., ioe;
ic: boiled lobsters. Sue:
Bima roe. iuc; niuensn, sc.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesalt
Hay Dealers' assorlntlon: No. 1 upland,
$6 50; medium, $5.5'.fit!.00; coarse, 43.00,
BRAN l'er ton, 312.00.
OR A NOES Valencia, all sUs. $5.0036.60,
LEMON? Imonleru, extra fancy, 2-M
sixe, $5.00; 8s) and 360 sizes, $6.00.
l)ATE3-Per w.x of 30 1-lb. rkgs., $2;
Hallowe'en, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 6c.
KltlS California, per 10-lb. carton. 769
S5c: Imported Smyrna. 4-crown.. 12c- 6.
I crown, 12c.
Market fofl- 1 i-ANANAS Per medium-sized bunch, 11.71
J U 111 UOS, I2.f")i?3.0. - ,
' PEARS T'tah, Kicfeis and Vicars, $2.00:
De Ango, $2.75.
PLl'.MS Utah and Colorado, per 4-basksl
. crate. $1.00; 1'nllan prunes, $1.00. .
; APPLES Ben Davis and Wlnesaps, In
I 8-bu. bbls.. !.'.Cw3 (i; in bu. butkcla, $1.00;
Kew York. Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 7. BEEVES-Steady
and unchanged; dressed beef, fViiiic for na
tive sides. Exports today, 71 cattle and
8.440 nuarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, 18 head. A few veuls
sold at steady prices; 110 demand for gras
seis or westerns; common to choice veuls,'
M.ho-sjb.eiu; im cuives unsold, city dressed
veais. weak at ivnizn.
HuOS lteceibts. 8.104 head
Ing nominally Hteady. , j'2.25
SHEEP ANU l.AMHH Receipts. 2,51
head. Market steady; sheep, 33.00(34 60;
lambs, t Oikj7.:5; culls, $o.2i. Drcased mut
ton slow at 7'yKc; dressed lutiiba weak at
St. Joseph Live stork Market.
8T. JOSEPH, Oct. 7. CATTLE Receipts I California Bellflowers. $1.60.
New York Mlalns; Btooks. '
NEW YORK, Oct. T.-Closlng quotations
on mining stocks were at follows.
aaaau Cos M I Utile Chief t
Alice M lOnurte te
Breece a lopsir mot
bmeewlck Caa II fk.ieals .,
Coeaetock Tsanal .... Potoel ,.,
Cos. Tel. Va 1M Sates.
Hora tllew il Sierra Mea4a
Iroa SiUer let Small Hum ..
Le4IUe Com t Siaadart
WABHINOTON. Oct. T.-Today's state
ment of the balance, in the general fund
exclusive of rhe 816O.uO0,OvO gold reserve
shows; Available caau balance, 1137,784,871;
Co See K.-.rket.
NEW YORK. Oct. 7.-COPFEE-The mar
get for coffee futures opened steady at
unchanged prices to an advance of 8
points on steady European cables and
further reports claiming damage to the
coming crop. The close was steady, net
unchanged to 6 points higher. Sales were
reported of 29,260 bas, Including December,
7 30c; January, 7 36c; March, 7 65o; May.
7S6c: May, 7 76c: September, 7.0j7 86c. Spot
steady; No. 1 Rio, 8 ll-16c.
7. Total Imports of
NSW YORK. Oct.
merchandise and dry goods at this port for
,nt wrr cuuini imjiiy were vaiueo St tlo,
215.771. Total Imports of specie were $;4,T
silver and 82 744 J8 gold. Total exports of
apecle were 80O8 918 silver and 32.000 gold.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLKTV), o.. Oe. 7. SEEDS Clover
cash. $7.80: October, 87.80; December, 37 70;
tt. . .
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1 f til
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BHEEP Although It was
of tha week when no iresn receipts are
expected there were twenty-four cars re
ported In. The most of them were con
signed through to feeding points and were
only halted here to be dipped. Aside from
a few little lots ef holdovers the markat
Tas praotlcally bare of supplies. The fowl
ing was that snythlng desirable would have
brought prices steady with yesterday.
This has been a great week in the sheep
market Receipts have been large, over
100.000 head having been received at this
point. The demand has been even larger
aa that everything received ha. met with
ready sale, barring only the few loads not
offered for sale. Mors than tbat tAS ds-
162 head; market steady; natives $3fl6; cows
and heiiers, $1.WU4.&5; stockers and feeders,
HOUS Receipts z.xre bead; market weak
to So lower. Light. $6 16?l6 80; medium and
h-eavy. bulk, $5. li(U 5. 20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 328 head;
Slonx City Live Stock Market.
SIOVX CITY la., Oct. 7. (Special
Telegram). CATTLE Receipts 150 head;
market unchanged; beeves, 84.60f5 7);
cows, bulls and mixed. 32.2Mi3.40;
stockers and feeders, 32.7vil4.00: calves and
yearlinaa. 32 4008.40.
HOOS Receipts 30 0 head; market steadv.
Selling at $4 86 20; bulk of sales, $6.00UT
Stoek In light
Receipts of live stock at the sis principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
176 3 013 6,3-1
12 $ 8:m 32.;
Io0 1'p0 wO
300 10,000 2.6.1O
1,8X8 22,851 8877
dling gulf. l'o.3&c; sale
si" Loi'ia, Oct.
NEW YORK. Oct. 7.-COTTON-8pot
cloaed quiet; middling uplands. 10.10c; mid-
les, 00 Oh lea
middling. 10c: receipts. 12a bales: aio.k.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. T.-COTTON-8pot, in
fair demand: prices, 10 points lower; Amer
ican middling, fair. 6.7ld; good middling,
6.47d; middling, iild; low middling 6 16.1;
good frdinary, 4.97d; ordinary, 4.814. The
sales of tha day were i.OGO bales, of which
600 bales were for speculation and trxport
and included 6.60O American; receipts, 2.0u0
bales, including 400 American.
LONDON. Oct. T WOOL Th. arrivals of
Wool for the sixth series of auction sales
amount to 11,648 hales, including 4.'i0 for
warded direct to spinners. The Imports this
week were: New South Wales, 1 Iks bales;
Queensland, 867 bales- Victoria, 6'.1 bales;
South Austral la, 200 bales: Yltw Zealand,
1.461 bales; Cape of Oood Hope and Nut'il,
81 bales: China. 777 bales; Hussorah, 4.114
bales; miscellaneous 861 bules.
HT. LOCI 8. Oct T.-WOOL-steady; me
alum grades, coinblug and ' clothing, 2t8
OIIAI'ES Hume-grown New York Con
cords, per 8-1U. tiHsket. 22c; Muscats, per 4
basket crate, $1.60; Tokays, per 4-baaket
QCINCrS-Callfornla. per box, $1.71.
WAX BEANS l'er Vi hu. basket, 2&335CJ
string beans, per H-bu box, 2.'ft3jc.
POTAT013 New. per bu.. 5oc.
BEANS Navy, per hu., $2l.
CI l I'M BKUK l'er dos., 2tc.
TtJMATOES-Homo grown, Vi-bu. baskets,
CABBAGE-Home-grown, In crates, per
lb., lWc t
ONIONS Home-grown, yellow, red and
white, per bu., 50c; Spanish, per crate. $126.
BEETS Now, per bu., 70c.
CELERY Kaluinason, per dox., 280.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per 3-bm.
Wholesale prices of beep cuts: No. 1 ribs,
llc; No. 3 ribs, 8'ic; No. $ ribs, tc; No. 1
loins, 14c; No. 2 loins, loc; No. 8 loins. 7c;
No. 1 chucks 4o; No. 2 chucks. 4c; No. 3
chucks, 8c; No. 1 rounds, 7c; No. 2 rounds,
6; No. 3 round,6V; No. 1 plates, 4o; Now
2 plates, 3c; No. $ plates. 2Vo.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., 33.00.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 15c; Wisconsin
brick, 13c; Wisconsin llinberger, 16c; twins,
ir young Ameiieas, 13Ho.
M;TS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 16c; hard shells, per lb., 13c;
No. 3 soft shells, per lb., 12c; No. 2 hard
shells, per lb., I20, Pecans, large, per lb..
Lc; small, per lb.. 10c Peanuts, per lb., 7o
rousted, jr lb., 8c. Chill walnuts, per lb..
12'813V- Almonds, sott shells, per lb., 17oj
hard shells, per lb.. He. Bhellhark hickory
nuts, per bu., $1.75: large hickory nuts, per
$1 Ml. Chestnuts. 2oc tier lb.
.n XV rt. n Si
NO. 1 suited, lose; No. 8 sslted, 9tc; No 1
veal calf. 11c; No. $ veal calf. 9c; dry salted
7'(4l4e; sheep pells, 25c'fil.fi0; hotte hides.
NEW YORK. Oct. 7 M KT A LS There
was no muteilal change In the various
metal markets and biiMm-ss as uual in
the absence of cables whs quirt. Spot tin
Is quoted et $ 12 ff.'fi 32 75. ljiMe copper Is held
at $lii.37V(Jl6 75; elM-trnvti at $16.37it
Hti;',; an l racting at lid 1-4'y 1 Ieud
Is reported firm at $4. 4Vy 4 70 ; siielter, firm
at I'VTi.lS. Iron Is said to Le In good
demand at recent prices.
ST. IXII'ld, Oct. 7. METALS Lead,
stead; speller, firm, $J.8iy5. t7i.
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