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TIIF, OMAHA DAILY BEEi SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1003.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE' MARKET
Either After in Etrlj
tARLY SELLER TURN TO BUYING
Corn Firm at Prlcee laehangted Cash
Sltoatlon la Oats la Strong;
Wheat la the Sonthvreet
Madly Needs Rata.
OMAHA, Oct. 30. IDCT..
Wheat llnM off enr-lv In th uHlnii
later ra gamed all it had lout and the 'close . waa bearish owing
On track: No. l northern, Vi?; No. 1
northern, 8?c; No. if, ,6c; Octouer, 3c;
December, Mac; May, 8F.c.
OAT 8 To arrive and on track, 28c.
Chicago crai and provisions
Featoree of the Trading, and Closing
Prtree on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2n.8pculatlve tactic
controlled the wheat market hera today,
suppnit from a leading bull causing a
Hong finish. At tha ciose wheat for De
cemher delivery waa up :. rn and oat
are practically unchanged. Provision are
tflrengin 10 the wheat pit developed after
the market had experienced considerable
amine ae a result of free selling by num
enu commission houiiea. The market ap
peared to be governed almost exclusively
by the maneuvers of a prominent long. At
the opening December waa unchanged to He
"in"" i "wi""ic, sentiment in the pit
to general Impression
r.. .,, (Tictimj, ovriui i-rramng ine leaning nun with fairly lare-e
P,"I V.'ch were selling early turned sales through commieslon houses. This
i'wn M.t .".rYfti!?0T,Dr"?b!!r, 0'?""1 view of the situation caused free selling
c. May at ,in37o and July at b.ie. 'by pit traders. For a time no special oe-
m ina r. an nun mi practically ununansrea ' mind wiin in evlrit-.no.. nnri
prices. Armour was reported as buvlng old
December and selling way. Export Inquiry
continues brisk. December clos.-d at Hjfxti
44C, old December at 4u4oc, May at 44c
and July at 4434lc.
Oat were uncnanged. Th cash situation
is firm. December closed at lc. May at
lWlo and July at
Liverpool closed VkM lower on wheat
and d lower to Ha higher on corn.
Argentina shipments fur thi Week were
M4,0ik bushels, against 666,0u0 bushels tha
previous week and 1,165,000 bushels last
tear, Corn shipments for the week were
yi ii.- uncunrn, i-ceinner aropping to S6c
The lender of the bulls seemed then to
changa front and give the market open sup
port, 'mis resulted In a scramble among
shorts who strenuously sought to cover. At
the same time offerings became exceedingly
light. A quick advanoe In prices followed,
December selling up to 3bc. Bullish ad
vlcea from the southwest helped to main
tain a Arm undertone throughout the re
mainder of the session. Kansas City re
ported that receiving houses there claimed
to have notice that consignments were verv
, small and that receipts would fall off $0
203,009 bushels, against M1.000 bushels the per cent In the near future. Wet weather
previous week and 3,822,000 bushels last
Clearances were 17,000 bushels of wheat,
30,000 barrels of flour, 63,000 bushels ol corn
and sl.OuO bushel of oats. Primary wheat
raoeipta were l,otf,000 bushels and ship
ments 749,000 bushels, against receipts last
year Of 1.0C4.000 bushels and shloments of
793,000 bushels. Primary corn receipts were
346,000 bushels and shipments 858,000 bush- !
ela. against receipts last year of 239.000
bushels and shipments of 810,000 bushels.
Tba buying of coarse grains by the sea
board was not so urgent yesterday. Wednes
day's buMness was larger than first re
ported. Yesterday's corn sales at Chicago
were 236.000 bushels, oats t2,000 bushels.
The seaboard sold 160.000 bushels of wheat,
Including 80,000 bushels of macaroni at R9o f.
n. b. New York, an advance of BVo from
the recent low point. Seaboard corn sales
were 216,000 bushels and oats sales 130,000
Nicollet of Kansas City estimates the
Kansas wheat acreage at 6,250,000 acres and
Oklahoma at 1,600,000 acres. Of this 4.000,
ooo acres in Kansas and 1,000,000 acres In
Oklahoma are In bnd shape. The latter
acreage has had little rsln for months.
Very little wheat Is up and such as has
coma up Is drying badly. Tha southwestern
crop bulletin sold that tha hard winter
wheat belt south from Superior, Neb., to
central Texas must have ample rain to in
sure a crop next year.
A St. Louie bull says: "The strongest
feature I can see in the wheat situation
tributary to St. Louis is the light stocks
of wheat in the hands of winter wheat
millers. The wutheast millers are all sold
ahead of their wheat stocks. Texas
millers are buying supplies at St. Louis
ajid Kansas Clty.'r
Omaha Casta Sales.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, 1 car. 80c; t cars,
8c; 1 car, 79e; No. 3 hard, 1 car, 78c.
RYE No. t, 3 cars, 63c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. I hard, 79ffSlc; No. f hard,
T7ft78c: No. 4 hard. 74ff75o: No. 2 spring.
7ty79c; No. I spring, 733J16c.
CORN No. 8, 4tie; No. S white, 47o;
no. yellow, 7m47'c.
OATS No. I mixed, 26'526o; No. 8 white.
MHtp7c; No. 4 white, fc.
. RYE No. t, 63ii65c: No. S, l3c
Wheat. Com. Oats.
Chleaaa 67 182 803
Kansas City 166 88 8
Omaha , 26 10 24
Duluth 263 ... ...
St. Louis 68 22 JT
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MTNNBAPOLIS, Oct. 20.-WHEAT De
cember, 62c; May, S3cj No. 1 hard, 84c;
No. 1 northern, 844c; No. 2 northern, hUc.
B'LOUR First patents, 84.9O&6.0O: second
patents, 84.70.80; first clears, $i70S3.W;
second clears. I2.40iff3.50.
BHAN-ln bulk. lu.00Otl.25. M
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery). The range of prices, as reported by
tha Edwards-Wood Oraln company, 110-111
Board of Trade building, was:
WSS COnS dered a tilllllah fanlnr Tha
ket cloned with December at 8fiH. Clear
ances of wheat and flour were equal to
127,000 bit. Exports for the week, as shown
by Bradstreet's, were equal to 2,Kil,0(0 bu.
Primary receipts were l.OSs.OOO bu., com
pared with l.flto.on bu. a year ago. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of 727 cars, against 806 cars Inst week
ana eia cars a year ago.
Tho strength of wheat had bullish effect
on ths corn market bnd a strong close re
sulted, final quotations being at the high
est point of the day. The market was rather
easy early In the session as a result of lib
eral local receipts, with the advance In
wheat shorts covered quite freely and a
firm tone developed. December ooened un
changed to c lower at 44144Ho, sold be
tween two ana 4444c and closed
at the top figure. Local receipts wera 182
cars, with 71 oars of contract grade.
Tradlnir In tha oats market waa exceed.
ingly quiet and the market was steady the
entire, day. Cash houses were the chief
sellers. Offerings were taken by commis
sion houses. December opened a shade
lower to a shade higher at 28Va28?ie, sold
off to 28(,c and closed at 28c. Local re
ceipts were 803 cars.
The feature of trading -In provisions was
active selling by a local packing company,
wales of ribs by this concern were estimated
at from 8,000.000 to 4.000.000 pounds. In ad
dition It was asserted this same company
disposed of from 8,000 to 4,000 tierces of lard.
As a result of this selling the market be
came quite weak. At the close January
pork was off 7tyc at U2.37H- Lard waa
down 6o at JW.77Vigfl.0. Ribs were 2HS&0
lower at tAl.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
99 cars; corn, 11$ cars; oats, 278 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
SEW TURK STOCRSAKDBOSDS
Market ii Animated tni th Brotdt-ii foi
SALES NEARLY ONE MILLION SHARES
Low Grade Industrials and High
Priced Rallroa4 Shares Are
Bid r by Speea-lators.
NEW YORK. Oct 20 Dealings In stocks
expanded today and the market broadened
out Into greater animation and Strength
then for a long time past, the sales for
the day rising to a total of 830, .00 shares.
The demonstration, which wss In the nature
of the celebration of the distinct relaxation
of money conditions, was to a large extent
In the riands of the professional element.
Commission houses continued to complain
of small business.
The celebration took on a rather riotous
form during the progress of a series of
skvrocket movements In a miscellaneous
assortment of specialties, many af which
do not appear on the tape for months at a
time. Practically every stock of the class
lloted on the exchange was brought into
the movement at one time or another. But
this did not discourage the continued atten
tion to a clsss of gilt-edge and high-priced
railroad stocks, owing to the great facility
with which wide price movements can be
produced in these stocks, of which the
floating market supply is always very
small. The consequence Is that prices may
be bid up In suchlcsses by point" or even
by 8 and 10-point IrTtervals without bringing
any offerings, where an advance of 44 or H
In an active market leader would necessi
tate the absorption of thousands of shares
In order to hold the advance. The rather
Incongruous spectacle was presented, there
fore, of coincident movements In Standard
Rope and Twine, Vulcan Detlnnlng, Ameri
can Grass Twine, American Hide & Leather
and stocks of a like class valued from 81
to 810 a share, and In high-priced railroad
stocks, selling at from $200 to over 8400 a
hre while the hnrtv of the list of stand
ard railroad stocks remained comparatively
Impassive, The usually active railroad
stocks averaged a gain of about a point,
however, the advance occurring mostly
after the movement In the specialties had
proceeded for some time and being prompted
apparently bv a realization on the part
of the conductors of the movement, of the
inoongruity of the hardness of the standard
The close attention to the money situation
was evident in the prompt response In the
market to publication of the preliminary
estimate of the week's currency movement,
which was quickly followed by the great
spurt of activity for the day. The figures
pointed to a small addition on account of
the regular express movement with the
interior to the large gain of cash by the
banks yielded by the sub-treasury opera
tions which had contributed to tha banks
up to Thursday evening 84.867,000. The addi
tion to the regular currency movement
promised to bring the total gain in cash
up to aoout to.uw.uuo. uiecuunie wnv
shared at all three of the great money
furd, exclusive of the 8lW.ooo.no gnld re
serve, shows: Available cash bslanoe, 81W
41J.978I gnld eiMn and bullion, t7S,8l'8,767; gold
certificates, 843,672, 700.
Hew York Money Market.
NEW TORK. Oct 80-MONEY-Ou rail,
easy, IWS per cent, closing bid at fP. last
loan st 84, offered at per cent. Time
meney, slightly easier: 60 and ft) days, Mi
6'4i per cent; months. 4Ufl4H per cent,
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER - 536Vi
BTERLfNO EXCHANGE Strong, closing
Arm. with actual business In bankers- bills
at 84.8Sfl4 fiT0 for demand and at 84 K"3
4.86 for 60-day Mils; posted rates, 8438
.8S'4 and 84 87S-4.87H; commercial bills,
SILVER Par, 62Hc; Mexican dollars,
BONDB Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds were as fallows:
Japin ft,, 4 term ... M
.W ia 14 wrlN.. fH
.11 4 a ctf, H
I'4 I, N. snl. ta...
.IMS Minhatun e. f 4l
.1S Mt. cntnl 4t...
.14 ilo let Inr
I"4X 'Minn. St. U 4
V. t. rf. Is, rf.
V l. H. ret
0. t. Bw 4l, l(
V. B. ! 4s, rt
Am. Tobscro ta, ctfi. 7t M., K a T. 4a.
4 . etf
Atrhlms tn. 4a.
do !!. 4,
Atlantic C U 4a.
Bal. A Obi 4a...
Central of Oa. la.
do let Ine
do 14 ina.
.113 '4 do 3a
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Eeif Stieri tod Ttadert Otaerally Itetdj,
with 0ow8 Btroiftr.
TRADE ON HOGS TEADY TO STRONGER
n Material Ckssg In Bhean Market,
Both Killers and Feeders Being;
la Good Demand the 8atne
as Every Other Day.
eOCTH OMAHA, Oct. JO, 1906.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Shretv
umclal Monday 10,731
Official Tui sdav 7.09S
Official Wednoiidnv SH
Official Thursday 4.35.
Official Friday l.SOO
Five days this week... .80.408
Five days last week 28.677
Same week before 36.034
Same three w-eeks ago. ,2!.(i2
1MH N. R. R. of M. e. 4t. I Same four weeks ago.. ..29.118
w If. t. r. s
...tmu N. J. c, s. ta
...1MH Me. Paetnc ta
... M do la
...114 N. a w. . 4a...
... M44 O 8. U rfd(. 4a.
1 "Paen. eanr. tt.
k 1 1 1
run. a on 44a....ira Ridin rm t
Chlr.fn A. I4a.... 14 t. U 1. M. e.
n. 4a....i"i' st. l. a s. r. f.
P. 4a.... l:Vt St. L 8. W. e. 4a
so aei. u t SMboard A. U 4a
CCC. Bt. L. f. 4a. . ins Bo Pac1n 4a
rhlcro Ter. 4a 10 do lat 4a ctfa...,
Cokn-ado Mid. 4a...... t4't So. HallwaT Sa....
Colo. Bo. 4a 04 Taxaa a T. la
Colo. Ind. la, aet A.. tSH T. Bt. L. a W.
do set B
Cuba Sa, etfa
r. R. 0) 4a
Plutlllrra' Sm. la...
Erie prior Han 4a..,
do gn. 4a
r. w. a d. c. ia.,
wapan aa, eua..
TJ ti'Bloa Pacilo 4a.
.1084 do conr. 4a
.1CI P. B. Btpel td 5a
. DO Wabaah la
.101 do db. B
. 4vi wters Md. 4a.
.1131 W. ft L. E. 4a..
.111 Wla. Central 4a..
la .lis "4
4a. ! ia
the week, th trsde being fairly active and crop, per lb . 16c: hard shells, per lb.. IScj
rrlces very satisfactory to the owners every No. 8 soft shells, p- r lb., life; No. 2 hard
day. While fee.ler lninbs sold as high as shells, per lb, Uc Persns. .arge, per H..
8i 6. the top price of the season, the gen- 12c: small, per lb.. aOo. Peanuts, per la.,
eral market on feeders has not changed so I roasted, per lb.. 8c. chili walnuts, per lb.,
very much. The fact Is feeders were high ' lM l1- Almonds, soft bells. per Ih l.cj
enough last week to suit most any one. hard shells, per lb., 18c, Shellhark hickory
Quotation. n 'at shep and lambs; Oeed I nuts, per bu . 1 '6: Urge hickory nuts, per
to choice Ismhs, 8 807.40: gnod to choice bu., $1.60 C hestnuts, 20o per lb Cocoanuts,
yeaning wethers. K.ii4i(.w: goon o ennire i ev" J '"L "
old wethers, 84 0C6-66; good to choice ewes,
Quotations on feeder sheen and lsmbs:
Oood feeding lamhs. l.Wvtf50: good feed
ing reerUngs, 8iOOfl5 2R; good feeding weth
ers. 4 tOIKSf.; feeder ewes, $3.s0S4.; breed
ing ewes, 84.404.75.
74 Wyoming bucks 1J4
248 Wyoming yearling feeders... 86
8 Wyoming ewes 98
ar8 Wyoming ewes and yearlings 98
1170 Wyoming ewes nnd yearlgs. 100
Same days last year 26.890 15,989 74.670
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the reoelpts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, comparing with last year:
1906. 1904. Ino.
Cattle 792 977 729.428 63.649
Hogs 1.891.480 l.?6S,473 33.00
Sheep I,635,8s8 1,400,130 ISS.Tf
The folloT-ing fable snows tha aversge
price cf hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons!
148 Wyoming cull lambs
24.014 43 Wyom'ng bucks
18 4-8 le9 yoming feeder lamne
18.412 9S9 Wyoming feeder larrbs
10.063 I 14 Wyoming feeder ewes
18,000 a Wyoming cull ewes
- ' 814 Wvomlna- ewes
6fi.924 ! 1"K3 Wyoming feeder lambs
Date. 1903. UWl.lM.lir.lWl.iW.18,
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, OcL 20-Call loans
eent; time loans, 6(30 per cent.
quotations on stocks and bonds
Articles.! Open. High.) Low. Close. Yes'y.
Articles, Open. I Hlgh. Low, Close. Yes'y.
"Bpeo'.7(81Hf4 82 S1J4 KH H
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
fivoxavtlons of the Day on Varlona
Deo. 88mri M 86T4 !H 54
May SBH 8714 H 86H 7H1 88
Oct. 60H 6014 60S 60S, R0H
tDec, 45 46if' 4474 to 447
tDec. 444 H44V4.1-S 4414 44Vi (iC 44Z
May 44-fif'4 44V4 44 44 '4 44V4
Oct 284 itn.i
.Deo. 28tf 274 2S iK2'
May aiH 81 304ig1, SlffH 81
Oct 16 Jo 18 15
Jan. 12 45 12 45 12 35 12 37H 12 46
Oct i 7 12H 7 20
Nov. 7 17H 7 17V4 7 10 7 10 7 20
Jan. 6 Rfl 6 82 77H 8 80 6 86
Oct. 7 75 7 78 7 67V4 7 67V4 7 70
Jan. 6 62H 6 62V A 46 6 474, 524
May 6 70 8 70 t 60 6 87V, 8 72V4
Atrhlaon td). 4a...
Mi. Cantral 4....
Bnatoa A Albany.
Boston a Maine,
ftopton Elevated ..
rittbburr pti ...
Maxlpsn cantral ..
N. T., N H. 4 H
.. 88 'Adrantnra
.. 10 Amalgamated ...
.. IH American lino
..171 Cal. a Reels
..Ill Copper Rang ...
.. 24H Daly Weal
5 II I I 6 81
6 0tU4( g 7l I S
9 m b 74
1 r ...
Union Fselne 11
Atner. Arge. Cham... 38
Amar. Pneu. Tub...
Amer. T. A T
do pfd IM4 Parrot
Pomlntos I. a 8 12 Onlncy
--Kiieon Eiec. iiiu...z.e2
Isle Royala ...
. 83 Maae. Mining .
. I Mlrhlsan
.HIJ4 Mont C. A C.
UT Old Dominion .
Vnlted Fruit ,.
United Shoe Marh..
C. 8. Steal
Wasting, eommon .
No. 1 fOld. JNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents, 33.09
4.20; straights, 88.6O(g4.O0: spring patents,
14.1O34.20; straights, 83.60(33.80; bakers, I2.M
WHEAT No. 3 spring, 86S7e; No. I, 78
85c; No. 3 red, 8S4iff614c
CORN No. t, 6262c; No. I yellow, 64o.
OATS-No. 2, 28V4t2Me: No. I white, 2H9
30V. c: No. 3 white, 284S2Ho.
RYE No. 2, 88V4(e8c.
BARLEY Good feeding, S(iJ37c; fair to
choice malting, 4tK9'4tc.
hkisu wo. 1 nax, use: no. 1 northwestern,
centers abroad and speculative sentiment "'1Ei.t'l,
was mcunea to leap 10 ine conclusion mi
the strain of the October settlements being
over an early return of ease In money was
to be looked for. The only unfavorable
factor In the day's money market was the
continued aggressive advance of sterling
exchange In this market The announce
ment of the final payment of 33.0(0,000 for
the purchase of the friars' lands in the
Philippines, which calls for the remittance
of that sum from New York, may help to
explain the persistent strength this week
in the exchange market. The common sup
position, however, points to the remittance
of Japanese funds on deposit here as the
prime factor In exchange.
The high tide of the market's activity
was not maintained and last prices were
not all at the boat, but the closing tone
Bonds were lrresrular. ' Tolal sales, par chee. a Ohio..
value. $3,77O,Oo0. fnlted Btates bonds were Cbieaso ot. w.
all unchanged on call. ,C, M.-4k. Bt. p.
Quotations on tne New York Stock ex- DeBeera
change ranged as follows: ""'..r '
Dales. nian.iiow.vinar. v
61, 909 42H
V. B. Mlnins..
.1MH V. 8. Oil
. 74 ftah
. I Hi Victoria
. lk Wtnona
, 86 North Butt ...
.. 81 '4
. . !7'4
I 5 08
4 99 I
; it: 75i 8 HI
7 20! 8 68 8 18
3 631 6 IB 4 Vl
5 161 6 87
6 111 6 431 7 IS'
6 11 5 441 7 00
I 5 31 6 91
6 ff! 6 22 7 If.
4 87! 7 02!
6 0J 6 11
5 071 6 03! 6 92
3 671 6 20
8 521 6 10
8 33 6 OR
6 131 6 02
825 Wyoming lambs
Jus fyomlng lambs
63 Wyoming wethers ....
flfi Wyoming wethers ....
875. Wyoming lambs
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
nuir.B co. 1 green, -; n". unrn. ov.
No. 1 salted. V"4c: No. 3 suited. 9r: No. 1
veal calf, lie: 2 resl calf, 8 : dry Baited,
714c; sheep pelts. 2&CC8100; bore bides,
NEW YORK, Ort. 20.COTTON-Ppot
closed quiet 16 points higher; middling up
lands, 10.40; middling gulf, 10.66c; sales. 6f
MVF.RPOOL, Oct ?n COTTON-" rt
good business done; prices 3 points higher;
American middling fair, 683d; good mid
dling, 6.6Sd; middling, 5.42d; low middling.
6 2d; good ordlnarv, 6.0M: ordlnsry. 4.91d.
The sales of the day were 10.000 bales, of
which 1,000 were for speculation and export
and Included 6.900 American. Receipts, 4,000
bales. Including 8.500 American.
8T. IOdS, Oct. 20.-OOTTON Firm;
middling, 1040; sales, 209 hslcs receipts,
1.8X8 bales; shipments, 164 bales; stock, 7,994
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 20.-COTTON-Flrm;
sales, 4,300 bales; ordinary. 7 7-lficf
good ordinary, 8T4c; low middling. hHci
middling, lOHc; good middling, 1oc; mid
dling fair, 10 11-lSc; reoelpts, 7,913 balcsi
stock, 109,025 bales.
Evaporated Apples and Dried FrnlH,
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. EVAFORATET3
A FPLES Market remains quiet ana steanj
on spot with high grades practically out ol
supply: common to good are quoted st 6'fl
Cattle Slow and Easier Hogs Steadier
CHICAGO, Oct. 20. CATTLE Receipts,
4.600 head: market slow and easy; steers,
S3..1626.o: stockers and feeders, 33.269
4.20; cows and canncrs 8i.608M.tm; oui- I 6Hci prime nearbv, TH'e; prime, 8c.
12.0or4.20; heifers. 82.OOSi4.25; calves. 83.75 T.is-riiNiiA "ORlEll KftlTlTS-Frunei
'7"- . ., , . are stiu in very sman euppiy un urm,
IIOG8 Receipts, 18.000 head; market prices firmly held and ranging from 4o to
iianoy 10 easier; snipping avnu ariaciro, 1 7v,c. Apricots are nrm ana unensngfa;
o.i"iiV.oo. mixed anil i fHvr un Hiim. ii.im nhn pa am niini. ar Hintfr: piira rinn w.
4 J 46.874: light, 8a.lo6.40; pigs and rough, 919440; fancy. 1O01O4C. reaches are out
i.ooffin.2". of the immediate market ann sum mu
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 80.000 transactions as are reported carry theli
head ; .market firm; sheep, 33.00.00; lambs, own prices. Raisins are without fresh
New York 1.1 ve Slock Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20-BEEVES-Re
celpts, S.Sfil head. Market for beeves, slow
and 16Ji26c lower; for bulls, steady to
change; loose Muscatel are quoted at sva
7Ur; seeded, 5V(6874,c; London layers, tl l&'J
4 641 4 16
The official number of cars
London Closlagr Stocks.
LONDON, Oct. 30. Closing quotations on
ine noi'H excelling" were SB roiinws:
brought In toduy bv each rond was:
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.II
t'.. M. & Bt. f
Missouri Pacific 1
Vnion Pnclfic svstem 27
c. & n. w : 1
F.. E. M. V 5
C, St. P., M. & O
B. AY M 48
C, B. AY. Q
C. R. I. & P., east.. ..
C, R. I. & P.. west.. ..
Chicago Ot. Western ..
Total receipts 80
The disposition of the day's receipts was
ns follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber ot neaa indicated
Baltimore A Ohio
I Canadlas Paelflo
Amer. X'ar die F....
Amer. Cotton Oil..
Amer. Hide ot L. pfd . 800 8114
Amer. Ice Sec 1,900 fo-Hj
Amer. Linseed OH.... 300 18
Amer. locomotive.... 79.900 tH
An tiH 4.100 117
Amer. Smeltinj R.. 18,100 12.H U8)4
do pfd 2.4) 121 121 1204
Amer. Sugar Ret h.vv I4i no
1H M. T. Central
... , Norfolk a w
... do pfd
... 9014 Ontario A W
...W Rand Mlnaa
... 57141 do let pfd
... 21 I do Id pfd
. ..1844 Southern Railway
... 17'4 do pfd
... 84H Southern Paclfle .
... o Union Ptrlfle
... 484 do pfd
8-11 V, 8 Steal
1844 do pfd
do lat pfd..
do td pfd..
1111 nole Centra
Loutaville A Naah....lfi I do pfd
M.i K. T 83 s, Bpaniah 4a
SU.VKR Bar, quiet, 2Md per ounce,
nunibi Kga per cent.
The rata of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 4 per cent; for three
months' bills, 4 per eent.
LONDON. Oct 20. Rates for money and
discounts were maintained in the market
141 ' today and the conditions were little
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company...
t'udahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
Vansant AY Co
Carey A. Benton
MrCreary & Carey..,
Hill & Son
Huston AY. Co
L. F. Hus
J. B Root & Co ,
Other buyers ,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
KtrW TOrtTT. Oct SO. COFFEE Market
strong; for cows, weak to 10c lower; steers, I for futures opened steady at unchanged
e3.7nuo.is; bulls, 82.W(l3.a; cows, ii.4txae.tsu. prices to an advance or b points in response
Liverpool and London cables quoted live to steadier European cables. There was
cattle selling at 94'312o per lb., dressed considerable nearbv liquidation, but the
weight: refrigerator beef, firmer at 6V1J stork took the form of exchanges for ths
874c. Exports today, DO sheep; tomorrow, later position and with trade Interests sop-
71n cattle and 7,4.4 quarters of beef. porting the market prices recovered a pari
CALVES-Keceipts, ion neaa. moikbi lor 1 0f their recent loss. Tne ciose was bicku.v,
veals, steady; for gransers, 2Sc off; veals,
14 sM7fl 00: few tons. 19.12tifflO,26: rifissers.
J3..'n3.60: dressed calves, clow; city dressed
veals. 8Vifgl3o per lo.; country dressed, Vh
fchriEP AND LAMBS-Rrcetpts, 3,266
head. Market for sheep, steady; tor choice
lambs, firm; others slow; nve cars, mainiy
late arrivals, unsoia; sneep, lonwuo.w, un,
13.10; lambs, ir.OCn&S.OO; Canadian lambs,
HOGS Receipts, 2.320 head. Market
steady to lower; choice light state hogs.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20 FLOUR Receipts.
20,820 bbls.; exports, 19.445 bbls. Market was
steady but quiet Minnesota patents. $4 00
$5.10; MlnneHota bakers, 33.00$ 4.00; winter
patents, 34.26nt6.65; winter straights, 3.3
1 SJ nlnla. l.ttr t t' T.'ii 7 'l f flOlir.
firm: fair to good, 83.8634.46; choice to fancy, 1 S0"1- u
34.l5ff4.40. Buckwheat nour, auii; ai.miys.uj "
for spot and to arrive.
BUCKWHEAT Quiet, 63He. nominal, c.
1. f. New York.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and yel
low ti.S; uoarse, l.i4($1.16; kiln dried, tUOO
RYE Steady; No. S western, 75c, e. i f.,
BARLEY Steady: feeding, 40c, e. I. f.
1 Buffalo; malting, 45iff61Hc. c. i. f. Buffalo.
n I1U.A I'ncil'iBi AVI.IW U . H J... 1)1.1-
Atchison 4, 00
do pfd 3"0
I Atlantic Coast Line.. too
t i 'v a t,,i
99c. Timothy, prime, 83.20. Clover, contract ij p(j 'oa
rSiUJiPxn V , w, .,e !Brooklyn"R."T!i!!!;;.' S2.9W
rnutioiuno-mM" porn, i-r oui., lo.w Canadian Pacmc 19,400
(P10.1--W. jara, per iw ins., e'-i-vs- onoii Central of N. J.,
ribs sides (loosei, 37.6Tk37.70. Short clear I'hes & Ohio....
sloes (boxed). K.0(iig8.25. Chicago AY. A....
Following were the receipts and ship- do ofd
ments of flour and grain: 'Chicago Qt. Western 2.200
Amer. Tob. pfd cert. 2,000 102 103 103 changed. On the Stock exchange a better
Anaconda Mining Co. ..OW 119 m fne
prevailed on benr coverlns-. but trad
88 Ing was inaettve. Consols were steady,
KM bearing up kindred securities. Americans
openeo. sieaay, grew nrmer on New york
support, were mostly above parity and
hour and closedflrnu w thr somTstok's 'he-' - 7X1 IS
low the ht mmtmiin. r.t i,. um. i ket might be safely reported as a little
J hardened, though operators were nervous '
CATTLE Receipts tnis morning were ex
tremely late In arriving at the yards. Tt
was after 10 o'clock before the rallroids
delivered anything of consequence, so that
the most of the forenoon was put in wait
ing for the arrival of stock. There were
only a few over sixty cars all told, making
the run for the day about on an average
with previous Fridays.
With such light receipts the supply of
beef steers was very moderate, as might
be expected, and there was not enough of
any one kind on sale to make very mucfT of
a market or create very much Interest
Buyers, however, evidently wanted more
cattle, as they were all In the saddle early
and complaining about the slowness of the
railroads In -delivering the stock to the
yards. When the cattle finally out in an
appearance the most of them sold in very
fair season at prices that were just about
steady with yesterday.
Cows and heifers were also In moderate
sum-ilv. while the demand, as has been the
case all the week, was active. Under the
Influence of the very good demand prices
St. I.onla I.lve Stock Market.
n-r T.nris. Mo.. Oct. 20. CATTLE Re
ceipt's, 8,500 head, including 1,000 Texsns;
mnVi.at nn natives weak. Texans uteady.
native shipping and export steers, 84.76j
6 80: dressed beef and butcher steers, 33.00
3J aft- steers under 1.000 pounds. 13.00(0:4.20;
stockers and feeders, 32.008'3.2o; cows and
. . . An AA&.i IE. An 1 All- hull
. i np ipra. mil nil,, - . mm,.,
l.irn i wvs i tn cnivoa 13 noiiTA 7K- Texas and
668 tJji.' .ii... t'l U cui-a on4 lielfera
llliiinu okuibi t.v(ji., -- " " . . . - - . ,
t9 0ni S 00.
HOGS Receipts, 8.000 head: market 5c
i . n- m,A UerVita li TT.fTf K ftS r..lckerS.
$S.OO.35; butchers and best heavy, 8o.30(
SHEEP AND LAMBfV-Reeelpts, 1.600
head; market strong; native muttons, 34.75
((rt.ln; lambs, 35.50S6.ltO; culls and bucks,
$2.50fqM.78; stockers, 83.6034.00; Texans, 83.50
Receipts. Shipments, c. & N. W
.. Z7.2"0 S",W1 C.. M. & St. P
.. 89.000 111,400 Chicago T. & T
..212.100 261 ,900 Uo pfd
..5:6 400 2i2 200 C. C. C. AY St. L.
Rye. bu 12,000 Colo. Fuel & I
Barley, bu 113.500 14,900 , Colo. AY Southern..
On the Produce exchange today the hut- do 1st pfd
ter market waa firm: creameries, YiWif do 2d pfd
aoMo: dairies. 16U(719c. Eargs. steady to firm. Con. Oas
at mark, cases Included, 17c; firsts, 20c; .Corn Products.
10,700 UiVIi 179 180:
stronger than yste;day. The buyers packed
un evervthlno- about as fast as It showed
nese Imperial s of 1S04 were ouotert at up. and it aid not take tnem very long to
10174. clear the pens when the trains were ail in.
MERLIN. Ort. ZO Trad ne on the Bourse . ine raw nmmi-v i ""n .;
66 ' through fears of further liquidation. Japa-
prime firsts, 22c; extras, 33c.
Cheese. Arm. do
ket steady. No. 2 red, 91c. elevator, 920,
f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth. 90c,
f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern. Manitoba,
94o, f. o.' b. afloat. At the opening what
was steady on small northwest receipts, but
it soon weakened under bear pressure,
lower cables and a favorable Modern Mil
ler report. Later strong support devel
oped and shorts were run In, the market
closing fTo net higher. May, 90 8-16((f 90o,
closed 90c; December, 91 6-lt392o, closed
CORN Receipts. 108,125 bu.; exports, 87,-
724 bu. Spot market barely steady; No. 2,
61c. nominal, elevator, and 61c, f. o. b.
afloat; No. 3 yellow, 62c; No. 2 white, 62e.
The eptlon market was about steady all
day with a light trade, closing partly c
net higher. May, &0$o0'4c, closed at 60c;
December, 64a64o. closed at 64c.
OA T8 Receipts, 1S9.600 bu.; exports, 10.
711 bu. Spot market steady; mixed oats.
26 to 33 lbs., 33(i13V4c: natural white, 30 to
33 lbs.. 341835c; clipped white, 36 to 40 lbs.,
HAY Steady; shipping, 50ig66c; good to
HOPS Steady state, common to choice,
1906. HMrae: 1904, Uitllc: olds, 8c all: Pacific
eoast H'i06, 14418c; 194. 14 lie; 0ds, SltK'c-
HIDES Firm; Galveston. 20 to 26 pounds,
V; California, 21 to :6 pounds, 19c; Texas
dry, 24 to 80 pounds, 18V4C.
LEATHER Firm; acid. 24t!2fic.
PROVISIONS Beef. steady; family,
8X11.60T13.0O; mess, 39.5Tvfi10.00; beef hams.
3-'l.O0a22.6O; packet. I'OKviiH.OO; city extta
India mess. Sn.NlS.RO. Cut meats, quiet;
pickled nellies. 88. 75ii 10.60; pickled shoulders,
3S6037.00; pickled hams, 39.5oi'ii 10.00. Lard,
easy: western steamed. 37.rOr?7 60; refined,
steady) continent, 87 90; South America,
'88.50; compound, 85.50fd487. Pork, steady;
family, 317.WH$.00; short clear, $14.50iffl.50;
T ALLOW steady; oity, 4o; country, 4
RICE Firm: domestic, fair to extra. 3
4J,6V; Japan, notnln.nl. I
BUTTER Steady and unchanged; state
jOreamery, 22(a22c. Oftlclal prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, 108-2c; renovated,
H3UGB Quiet; extra western firsts, 33ifJ
I3c; western seconds. 18ii2ic.
CHF.FSE Firm : state full cream, small
and large, colored and while fancy, llfi
12c: state, fair to choice, HSIH40.
POULTRY Live, weak; western chickens,
lie: fowls. 13c; turkeys, 14c; dressed.
stiady; western chickens, S317c; foals, 18
8313c; turkeys. 14ft 20c.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 20. BUTTER
Firm; extra westrn creamery. 33c; extra
nearbv prints. 2c.
EGGS Firm : nearby fresh, loss off. 'Sc;
nearby fresh, 24o, at mark; western fresh,
24c, at mark.
CHEESE Strong: New York full cream
fancv. lie: New York full cream, choice.
llau.c; New York full cream, fair to
' good. ll'3Uo.
Liverpool t;raln Market.
LIVERPOOL, Ort. 20 WHEAT Spot
steady; No 2 red, western winter, 6s d
futures, quiet; December. 6a 10d; March
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed, la
8,4; futures, steady; December, 6a d; Jan
uary, 4s 5d; March. 4a 4d. -
Milwaukee Hrala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 30. WHEAT Steady :
No. 1 northern. .sr.ft'TSc; No. 3 northern, 62tf
srWc: LV-ceniir. H6-,c bid.
R VE Steady : No. 1. a.sHflffliaO
BARLEY dteady; No. 3. 64c; sample, 3C9
CORN Steady; May. 44fJ44c.
Kansas City Oraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 20WHEAT-Dull
and unchanged; December, 7Tc; May,
79e; cash, No. 2 hard, 7&tl82c; No. 3. Hip
78c: No. 3 red, R9'j90c; No. 3, 87(889c.
CORN Slow; December. 49c; May.
29c; cash, No. 2 mixed, 4iic; No. 2 mixed,
white, 39c; No. 3, 4ili60c.
OATS Steady; No. 3 white, 29-SSOc; No. 3
HAY Steady ; choice timothy, 310.50;
choice prairie, 38.60.
RYE-Steady, 63f 3c.
EGGS Steady, lugner; Missouri and Kan
sas stock, new No. 2 whltewood cases In
cluded. 19c; cases returned, 15c; case count,
BUiiBK-nnn; creamery, juw. pack
Del.. L. Sc
V. A R. G
11.5)0 16 14
S.loO 50 54
4,600 27 224
today was much more cheerful on account
of cheaper money. Many domestic shares
18 1 were higher.
89' PARIS, Oct. 20. There was continued
tm-k I activity and hesitation on the Bourse to-
Articles. I Open. I Hlgh.. Ixw. Close, ITes y
Wheat- j "
Dec... 77 77 7fi 774 77
May... 79, 79 78j 79 79
Dec... S1, 39, 39 39 S
May... 391 29 39 39 8V
Dec... 27 27 27 27 27
May... 2 28 2S a 28
Jan.... 12 36 12 US 13 27 13 27 12 35
Jan.... 8 76 I 6 75 3 73 C 72 3 77
Jan.... ( 47 1 6 47 6 40 ( 42 6 47
Dmlnth tSraln Market..
nn.UTH. Oct 30-MFAT-To arrt-e:
Nu. 1 northern, 84c; No. 3 northern, 84c.
Distillers' Securities. 3.800
Erie ex-rights 29.3X)
do 1st pfd.. ex-rlghts 600
day. Russian 4s were quoted at 39 and
rtuaaian bond of 1904 at 527.
do 2a pfd., ex-rlghts
do pfd., ex-dlv,-
K. C. Southern
L. AY N
Manhattan L. .
87 87 87
44 4.1 43
49 48 49
ta 81 81
Tl 71 72
OMAHA, Oct 20. Bank clearing for to
day were 31.423,719.27 and for the cor
responding date last year. 31,191,204.35.
n . V.'liZ "'"W'lZi'xZA I Met. Bt. Ky
'VS'V": Mexican Ceniral
J2'29 ' Minn. Bt. L.
The range of prices paid In Kansas City
as reported by the Edwards-Wood com
pany, iia-111 uoara 01 iraae uur.aing, was:
M., St. P. AY S. Ste. M.
M.. K. A T
Nat l Lead
Nat l R. R. of M. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. Ont. AY W
Norfolk & W
9.000 12H 125'
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 20 WOOL The
Commercial Bulletin will say tomorrow of
the wool market: The position of the
1 Australian and South American markets
j has strengthened prices here. The woolen
and dress goods mills have become more
89V4 1 active during the last week and thev have
178 179 taken substantial amounts of greasy and
n jtjti scourea wooia. A very gooa movement in
80 scoured is reported and sales of grease
37 j territory have been generally confined to
82 1 small amounts, although the aggregate has
28 1 footed up to a substantial volume. Call
67 1 fornla, Texas and Nevada wools are lit a
26 1 little better demand owing to the activity
62 of the woolen mills. A fair business In
three-eighths and half-blood fleeces has
been done, and delaine has shown some
Improvement. Pulled wools have been
week and prices have gradually tended up
As usual toward the close of the week
there was no very great demand for stock
ers and feeders, but as the supply was far
from largo holders generally were able to
unload at yesterday's prices. This means
that anything desirable was steady, with
inferior grades a little slow. Representative
Ho. At. Fr. No. At. Fr.
1 976 I 1 9 744 1 70
1 U10 I 80 11 111J 3 II
1 1004 I 66 1 1040 3 00
4 let t 60 1 UM 1 1
II 816 I TO
1 391 I 78 1 110 6 88
1 DUO 8 1
KTGCK.LU3 AND FEEDERS.
( rSl 8 49 8 788 8 8
19 feeders.. 716 3 15
3 cows 948 t 75
1 bull 1240 3 76
1 heifer... 800 2 25
2 heifers.. 440 2 00
1 bull 1160 3 40
1 stag 1180 2 66
1 feeder... b20 3 00
9 cows 841 2 60
6 heifers.. 318 1 75
5 calves... log 3 to
3 calves... 236 3 70
HOGS Viewed from a seller's standpoint
.910 2 60
. 846 2 35
.1076 2 60
. 32 3 60
. 275 8 00
WA 3 60
1 steer 1300 3 30
1 steer loao 3 so
12,200 150 149
1,0 64 53
2.500 86 46
comparatively auiei. Australians nave not . i. uA ... a .-i, . wa bm n in .a,(.
moved to any extent, and South Americans J factorv shape this morning. The demand
are without appreciable, demand. Some of fa)r proportions and this In face of
tCnnaas City I.lve Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 20 CATTLE
Recelnts. 4.800 head. Including 400 south
erns; ,ni5rkf't "tc-ady: rh?1 ,"!p0,rt more against Gundrad, 18 Nebraska, 629.
34.0046.16- western steers, 32.80-1.50; wtock-
reeaers, 1.60534.0; eoutnern steers,
with net advance of 6W10 points. Sale
were reported of 73,760 bags, Including Oc
tober at 6.66S6.70c; December. 1 .Oyfl.⁣
March. 7.00G7.15c; May. 7.20JT7.3 c; July,
7 36c: September. 7.5OJj7.60c. Spot, quiet,
No. 7 Rio, 6 9-16C.
Sasrar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20.-SUOAR-Raw,
nominal; fair refining, 216-16c; centrifugal,
H vest, 3 9-Ke; molasses sugar, 2 11-lfic. Re
fined, nominal; No. 6, 4.10c; No. 7. 4.06c; No.
8, 3.9: No. 9. 3.90c; No. 10. 3. 8...' ; N o. 11,
3 75c; No. 12. 3.70c; No. 13. 3.oc; 7o. 14. 3.55c,
ronfectloners' A, 4.56c; mould A. 6.0',c; cut
loaf. 5.40c; crushed, R.40e: powdered. 4.80c;
granulated, 4.70c; rubes, 4.96c.
MOLASSES Quiet; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, Vvnr.tc.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. W.-SUOAR--Qulet;
open kettle, centrifugal, nominal;
centrifugal whites. 4iflle; yellows, 8
3 3-1'ic; seconds, 2fi3c.
MOLASSES Open kettle, nominal; cen
trifugal, new, 29c.
SYRUP New cane, 81(f)32f.
SUPREME COURT SYLLABI.
The following opinions were filed' October
12297. Union Pacific Railway Company
against Flckenscher. Error, Dawson. Af
firmed. Letton, C. Ames, C, not sitting.
Division No. 1.
1. A verdict will not be set aside on thi
ground of want of evidence to support II
unless the want is so great as to show that
the veril ct Is manifestly wrong. nyii-
82.60ff'4.5O; southern cows, 31.7owZ.iio; na
tive cows, ll.76W3.2S; native heifers, $2.50
4.75; bulls, $2.0frxj3.00: calves, $2.50(36.50.
HOGS Receipts, 8,500 head; market
steady to a shade lower; top, 16.23; bulk
of sales, 8S.llvgo.Zo; heavy, $.M5Ti6.Z5; pack
ers, 85.1MI-5.22: pigs and lights, $4.75(36.20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,000
head; market strong to lOe hlgner; na
tive lambs, $5.6fii!7.50; western lambs, $5.50
W7-60; ewes and yearlings, 34.OOQe.26;
western clipped yearlings, $4.6006.40; west
ern clipped sheep, $4.00(45.10; stockers and
St Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. , JOSEPH, Mo., Oct. 20 CATTLE
Reoelpts, 1,620 head: market steady: 11a-
Uvea, $3.6Mi6.00; cows and .heifers, $1.5.? "fnV'rtefendant s title
Wv ;onK.!.,.f? ,e??Lr liLT-10- . 3. The use In an Instruction of the phrase
2. Evidence examined and held to sup
port the verdict. una?
1300O. LinK againoi lamynru. c'i'"i
Antelope. Affirmed. Letton. C. Division
1. In an electment case title by adverse
possession may be proved under a general
denial, ana wnen sucn mie r one n niu
defenses relied upon by the defendant he
is entitled to have the jury insiruciea wun
reference to the same if any competent
evlnence has been Introduced to support
that issue, even though the evidence may
be contradicted or may be considered m-
Btifflclent by th Jury.
2. In an e.lectment case whero the de
fendant's answer is a general denial it is
not error to Instruct the Jury that the
plaintiff must recover. If at all, upon tho
strength of his own title to the property
and that he cannot rely upon the weakness
HOGS Receipts. 6.S96 head: market
strong; light, $6.16(g6.80; medium and heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2,437
head; market steady; fair lambs, $7.00.
Sioux City Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CITY, Oct. 20-fSpeclal Telegram.)
L'ArriiK-KeeeiptB, soo nead; market un
changed; beeves, $5. 00-85.75; cows, bulls and
mixed, $2 .20 3.00: stockers and feeders, $2.75
(03 no; caives ana yearlings, .60B3.40.
HOGSRecelpts, 2.000 head; market
steady, selling at $6. 0036.26; bulk Of sales,
Stork In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Bioux t'liy 0'.r a,mu
South Omaha 1,600
Kansas City 4.800
Chicago . .
fair iirenonderance of the evidence"
criticised, but held not to be prejudicially
13X52. Smith against Deiane. Error irom
Custer. Affirmed. Dufflo. C. Division No. 3.
1. Where a party makes a special appear
ance, objecting to the Jurisdiction of the
Court because of irregularities In the ser
vice. It Is Incumbent upon him to point out
the defects upon which he relies.
3. In proceedings In error, the plaintiff ll
required to fll a transcript of the proceed.
Inge of the lower court with Its petition
in error, and the original papers cannot be
used as a substitute therefor nor As a
supplement thereto, and. If filed, should be
disregarded by the reviewing court. ,
1S900. Brandon against Jensen. Appeal.
Kearney. Affirmed. Oldham, C. Division
1. Tho provisions of section 49t' cohheys
Annotated Statutes, apply to irregular ad
ministrative sales, but not to sales that are
2,437 absolutely void.
.16,320 47.396 44,937
St. Loots General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 30. WHEAT Hlshee:
No. 2 red, cash, elevator, fo(us8e: Hack.
i9:c; December, 4c; May, fcc: No.
2 hard. 8r'a86c.
cukm-rlrm; no. z casn, 00c track. W
OATS Steady; No. I cash, 3c: track. 28
t?:9e; December, c; May, 29V6S0c; No. J
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents. 3120
4.35; extra fancy and straight 33.66(34.16;
SEED Timothy, steady. $2.85433.00,
CORN MEAL Steady. $2.60.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 669
HAT-Steady; timothy, $S.OOn3.00; prairie
IRON COTTON Tn2S-99c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; lobbing, 315.
Lard, lower; prime steam, $fl.90. Dry salt
meats, lower; boxed extra shorts, $7.76;
clear ribs. e.7S: short clears, $j.60. Bacon,
lower; boxed extr shorts, 38.60; clear ribs,
$9: short clear, 19.26.
POl'LTRV Steady; chickens. 9c; springs,
VirUu; turkeys, lie; ducks, 12e; geese,
, WUTTER-Dull; creamery, lSfl'iSVsc; dairy.
EGGS Higher at 17e, case count.
Flour, bbls 5.000 12.000
I People's Gas...,
P.. C, C. AY St. L....
Pressed Steel Car....
Pullman P. C
00 1st pia
do 2d pfd
Rapub le Steel
Rock Island Co
t. I ft S. F. 2d pfd
t. L. S. W
do pfd (too 1191,
So. Railway 14.30 Jr.1-
do pfd 400
Tenn. Coal AY 1 11.000
Texas AY Pacific 400
Tol., Bt. L. At W
U. S. Express
U. S. Realty
U, S. Rubber
do pfd.. ex-dlv
U. S. Steel
Va. Caro. Chemical..
West In gh. Electric...
Western 1 nlon
W. AY Lake Erie
Total sales for the day. 930,
16.800 1 44 143 144
ftriA WAAl .A01Z tv.1 I
o,uw .vit, 1W7 a.njo, I
PEORIA. Oct. 20 CORN-Higher; No. 3
yeusw. vc; no. s. sc; no. 4. t-'c.
OATS-Steady; No. 3 wh(te, 2c; No. 4
WHISKY l .30 far finished goods.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO, Oct JO.-SEED Clover, cash
and Octoher, $8 15; December and January
$8.a; prime alslke, $8; prime timothy, $1 58.
400 50 249 24
46,9uO 123 122 122
4.400 26 - 35 36
$.800 9.1 96 94
25. Si 32 31 81
3.900 78 75 75
300 87 17 37
600 69 68 (!
S'fl 24 24 24
8"0 61) 69 80
38.900 70 !' 70
i 119 U9
i 35 36
9S .4 9
8' 86 SV(t
35 34 84
4i0 3 36 3
800 56 66 66
87,200 laaJ 132 133
100 37 rt 85
6,900 64 63 68
44.800 88 37 8
10.100 104 104 104
1 1.0 . 34 83 84
S.ltTO 107 1 10H7.
MO tl 21 21
hlO 41 41 41
1.000 171 179 171
:: :: ii
too 31 31 31
100 63 68 a
39.10 fco Jtt 303
3.7 46 45 46
1,100 1M 104 104,
l.UJU ,1 . .11 71
Hew York Mining; Storks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20. -Closing quotations
on mining stocks wet as follows:
Adama Cos ! iLhfl Chief
"Jk 1 Ontario
44 Phnenlx ...
A I Ire
Branearlck Co 44
Comatock Tunnel ... a
Coa. Cal. a VS....1U
Horn Sileer 1T
Irnr 81 ler Mi
LaadTlll Coa I
Sierra Ne-rada ..
WASHINGTON, Oct. .-Tody s state
ment 4f th treasury balance in the general
further 1908 contracting has been done in
a small way in Idaho and Utah. The high
prices asked by growers In all western
states, owing to their unwillingness to eell
so early, have proved a Darner to sud
tontlel enntractinar. The western wool
l5t ! growers look for a banner rear in 1906
64mI and many rnstanree think that the limit
on prices has not yet rjeen reacnea. x no
of wool from Boston to date,
fWtt'rom December 29, 1904. according to the
44 ! same authority, are 168.688.364 pounds,
against los.aw.M pounos at un Bne 111110
last year. The receipts to date are 290.
24,814 pounds, against 376,658,697 pounds for
the same period last year.
ST. LOUIS. Mo Oct. 20 WOOLSteady:
medium grades, combing and clothing. 2
4531c; light fin. 2?Q27c; heavy fine, lSiJc;
NEW TORK, Oct. 20. METALS The
London metal markets were generally
easier. Tin closed at 13 15s for spot and
u am tnr futures. The market was a
shade lower in sympathy, spot being quoted
at $32.37S 32.62. Copper closed at Uti
6s for spot and ?70 10 for futures in tha
London market. Locally the situation was
without spnarent chang. lAke is quoted
at $16 37916.75; electrolytic at $16.257'
16 62. and casting at $1.00&16.37. Lead
was quoted at 14 15s 6d in London, and
remains locally where quotations .ire more
or less nominal. It is reported that but
little lead is available for immediate de
livery and the price Is held at 45.OOfl5.05.
London producers are still quoted $4 S5
for thirtv-day shipments. Spelter closed
t 28 12a 6d for spot In London. Locally
the market shows continued firmness with
spot closing at $8.Ufi 13. Iron waa lower
abrosd. closing at 62s 3d for standard
foundry and at 53s 10d for Cleveland war
rants, ioeally the market Is very firm
nH antithern srrsdes sre higher: No. 1
foundry northern, $17.50317.75: No. 3 foun
dry $17.7M1,! 00; No. 1 foundry Southern,
sr.ft. 8i818.6o; No. 3 foundry southern.
ST. LOTHS, Mo., Oct 20. Led. strong
at $4.63 bid; spelter, strong at $6 06 bd.
OH and Rosin.
OIL CITY. Pa.. Oct. 20. OIt-Credlt bal
ances, $1: shipments, 87.472 barrels;
average, 81.748 barrels; runs, 87.844 barrels;
a reman, 64.214 barrets; shipments, Lima,
87. Jog barrels: aversge, M.70 berrels; runs,
Lima 40419 barrels; averaee, 4S 642 barrels.
SAVANNAH, Ga Oct. to OII-Turpen-tine.
POSTN-Flrm. ABC. $4 00; D $410: E.
84.96: F, $4.70; fl. $4 T5: H. 84 60; 1, 84 85;
K, $5.10; M. $5.20; N. $5 35; WQ. $5 50; WW.
Visible Sapply or Cotton.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct 30 -Secretary Hes
ter's statement of the world s 4-isihle sim
ply Of cotton shows a total of 3,5f.2.22i
bales, against 3,826.473 balea Ut week.
Of this th total cf American cotton is
3,7K,2&! bales, a-lnat 2,5!l9,47: bales.
disappointingly small receipts insured a
reasonably active trade. The hogs sold
f;enerally at prices that were steady to a
ittle stronger and the most of them
ehansred hands In very good season, that Is.
j as many of them as were received In tSe
morning, rieavy nogs so in an inn wav
from $5 to $5.20, while the best lightweights
only rearhed $5.26. This would prove that
at the present time weight does not cut ss
much figure as quality, the good loads of
both heavy, light and medium weights sell
ing in very nearly the same notches.
The tendency of the market for two days
now has been upward, due apparently to
the demand being somewhat In excess of
the receipts. The general conditions gov
erning the trade, though, have not changed
materially. Just at present th trade Is
tinder the Influence of the shipping demand
at th different market points and that
means stronger prices. With the packers in
control lower prices would almost certainly
result. Repfesentatlve sales:
At. 6a. Pr.
,.04 ... i 00
.104 80 I OS
..177 ... 6 ie
.301 ... I 10
.21)4 n 1 ia
.JM t.K) I 10
til 300 I 10
tfl IN 8 !
.174 ... 6 1IH
.!! 140 8 12V,
.mi 10 I H4
.164 40 I 12
.14 80 I 1Z4
.818 1! 6 i:4
..Ml 80 I 13
40 6 124
... I lt"4
... 8 12
40 I ll4
80 ( 12
140 I ItS
.21 120 t 12
2fG n 111
31 140 I 18
AT. 8h. Pi.
114 M0 6 18
Ill ... Ill
... 267 40 I II
Ml ltO I IS
241 10 S IS
t 40 1 IS
144 120 i IS
171 10 I IS
2.14 40 6 II
371 ... Ill
271 ... IIS.
178 40 I II
266 TOO S II
241 10 I 17
100 140 S 17
243 to I 17
83 40 I 17
824 80 I 17
220 ... 110
181 ... IK
..144 140 S 10
..l-'O 40 S 10
. .IVO 40 I 16
18S 80 I IS
SHEEP There were not far from sixtv
cars of sheep reported in the yards this
morning, as against nineteen cars a week
ssro and sixty-four cars two weeks asn
For the week so rar mere nave arrived at
the yards 73.000 head, as against 53,000 for
the corresponding flv days of last week
and 96,900 for th previous week.
me tiains were mucn earner tnis morn
Ing. so that most of the sheep were in the
yards by the middle of the forenoon. Buy
ers for all kinds, bntn killers sno feeders
were out early waiting for the stuff to put
In an ar.pearance. and every one wss evi
dentiv In need of and anxious for supplies
The result was a sooo steady market on
evervthina. with desirable Killers strona.
AS has been notta trom aay 10 any ine
market on killers has been gradually taking
on more strength under the Influence of the
moderate receipts and the very good de
mand. The fact is so few fleslrame killer
have been coming forward that packers
have b.en operating on a limited supply all
the week and have been very keen to snap
up anything arriving that would do to
their purposes. After several days of thi
kind of a market prices on killers are rlgh
urnunrt 2&c n in tier tnan a wees skii.
Feeders have been very good sellers all
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade and Ctnetatloaa on
Staple and Faner Prodnee.
EGGS Candled stock, 18c.
LIVE POULTRY-Hens, 99c; roosters,
6c; turkeys, 13i5c; ducks, iMc; spring
BUTTER Packing stock, 15c; choice to
fancy dairy, 16U19c; creamery, 2l21c;
SUGAR Standard granulated, in bbls..
$6.66 per cwt. ; cubes. $tl.40 per cwt: cut
oaf. $6.85 per cwt; No. 6 extra C, $5 40 per
cwt.; No. 10 extra C, $6.26 ner cwt: No. li
enow, 1020 per wu jlajla powdered.
86 :0 per cwt.
FRESH FISH-Trout. lllo; halllbut, 110;
buffalo, dressed, 9c; pickerel, dresacd. 8c:
white bass, dressed, 12c; sanhsn. 60; perch,
scaled and dressed. 6c: plks. 11c: catfish.
16c; red snapper, 10c; salmon, 11c; crapplea,
izc; eeis. 10c. puuueaaM. tic; uiarx pass, JOO,
wrntensn, lowiic; irug irga, per aos., goo;
lobsters, green. 27c-. boiled lobsters, 3uo;
shid roe. 46c; bluertsh. 8c.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hay Dealers arsocintion: no. l upland,
sa.D; medium, eo.auiao.w; coarse, a.w.
BRAN Per ton, 812.00.
ORANGES Valencia, all sixes. 15.OOQ4.50:
Florida, all sixes. 38 7504.06.
LEMONB lmoniera. extra fancy. 48
sire. 80 00; 3o and aoo sixes, 10.00.
DATES Per box of 30 i-lfc. pkgs.. 82:
Hallowe'en, in 70-1 b. Doxes. per lb., 5c;
walnut stuffed, l ib. pkgs., $2.00 per dox.
FIGS California, per W-lb. carton, 7oO
S5c; imported Smyrna, 4-crown. Uc; 6-
BANANAS Fer medium-steed bunch. 81.71
C2.il; jumbos, SJ.txuJ-(w.
PEARS Utah. Klcfeia and Vicars. $2.00:
De Aneo. $2.75.
fLl MS ijtan ana coioraao, per 4-Daitei
crat. 8I.0O: Italian prunes. 3110.
APPLES Wen Davis ana wincsaps, la
8-bu. bo s.. .'..iLtdiW. in bu. baaaeia. 11. Ou:
California Bellflowers, l.6t; Colorado Jona
than and 3rlmes' Golden, $2.00r2.10.
GRAPES New York concords, per 8-lb.
basket, 22c; Muscats, per 4-basket crate.
1.5; TOKays, pee 4-oasaei crate, 11.70.
ULilM bsr-iailiornia, per pox. i: ia-
CRANBERRIES Early Blacks, $8.25 per
bbl.; Jerseys, ea.oo.
POTATOES New. Dr ou.. 60c.
ONloNS Home-grown, yellow, red and
whit, ner bu.. 60c: Spanish, per crMe. $1.40.
WAX BEANS per -n-bu. bl.et. iittliaCl
String bear.s, per -du dox, aiigM.
BEANS Navy, pr DU., Ji.uo.
CUCL'M BE RS Per dox.. 26c.
TOMATOES Home grown, -btt. baskets.
CABBAUrv-nomr-grown, in craies, per
Bfb:ts New. per tu., 700.
CF.I.KRY Kalamazoo, per dog.. 26c.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per 8-bU.
Wholesale prices lor ieef cuts: Ribs No.
1. 11c: No. 2. 8c: No. 3. 6c. Loins No. L 14c;
No. 2, lie; No. 8. 7c. Chucks No. 1, 4c;
No 2, 4c; No. 3, 3c. Rounds No. 1, 7o;
No. 2. Gc; No. 3, tic. Plates No. 1, 3c;
No. 2, 3c; No. 3. 2c.
M ISC E LLA N EOUS.
HONEY New. cr 24 lbs.. 33.26.
CIIEESE-Swiss. new. 15c; Wisconsin I
brick, 14c; Wltconln llmberger, 13c; twins.
UHc vuun Americas, iotc
t NUTS Walnuts, No. I soft shells, aei
2. Seward against Dldler, 16 Nebraska,
64. examined and distinguished.
8. A homestead of less value than :.("l
cannot be disposed of at administrator's
sale either for the discharge or incum
brances thereon, or for the payment of
debts against the estate of the decedent.
and a license granted by the district court
fiurportlng to authorlxe such sale Is abso
utely void. Tlndall against Peterson, Ne
braska, 98; N. W., 688, followed ana ap
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following real estate transfers were
registered October 20:
Patrick Hoctor and wife to William
Fitzpatrick, 1 acre In sw se 9-14-
13 $ 400
J. A. Johnson and wife to Christ
Medln, lot 10, Evans' ad l.aoo
A. J. Hayne and wife to O. R. Cros
ier lots 17 and 18, block 4, Plain
view ad 1.600
D. V. Sholes company to C. H. Chad-
wen, lots 20 ana zi, osock a, uenman
Elizabeth A. Shahan to John Swan-
son, ot 13. block 10. Orchard Hill.... aw
Charles Belndorff to J. N. Brown, lot
3. block 153. omaha U.wxj
Mary E. Mulvlhlll to F. T. and T. A.
Doris, west is feet lot 1 and east do
feet lot 2. block U. Kountze's 3d ad. 4.500
Mary- Ketterer and hnshand to Fan
nie Hegarty, part lots 1 and Z, block
4. Kountze's 4th ad 75
John Chollman and wife to L. R.
Hammond, lot 8, block 1. Hyde Park 1
City of Omaha to Storx Brewing com
pany, a strip adjoining lot b, block
2i6. Omaha 792
Carrie A. Sherwood and husband to
A. A. Barden, lot J, block 6, Gram
marcy Park 6"0
The S. D. Mercer company to C J.
Balbach, lots 21 and 22, block 6. Wal
nut Hill 400
Helen J. Davidson to John Swanson.
north 44 feet lots 15 and 16, Bull s
L. M. Bowers and wife to Joseph E.
Musgrov et au, 101 11, diock i. Mow
ers' ad 200
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
Ann E. Campbell to L. 8. Reed, un
divided naif 01 east nan ne4 sw
22-1 5-lz 1
C. R. Campbell and wife to same.
east half ne sw 175
L. B. Reed and wife to Mary E. Chad-
wick, same LO)
Mary E. Chadwlck and husband to
Lesbla B. Reed, undivided three
fourths of east half ne sw 22-15-12 2W
C. E. Clapp, administrator, to Hugh
McCaffrey, lot 6. block 6. Marsh s ad. 75
O. M. Nattlnger. administrator, to
Helen J. Davidson, north 44 feet lots
15 and 16, Buell's subdlv 1
Total amount of transfers...
Mala OOleei Fifth and Roberts Street.
T. PAIL, MIRK,
Stocks. Grain. Proviaiona
Shift Year Grain to Vs.
Braaek Office. HO-Ill Board of Trade
Bid-.. Onaaha, Neaa. Telephone S14.
Z12-214 Exchange Bids.. South Omaha.
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