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niE OMAHA DAILY REE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER ?. 1006.
CRAB AND PRODUCE MARIET
S?h.at Takes 1pm tt lUrt." but Le.i
CLOSE IS PRACTICALLY UNCHANGED
Aeldo Umm Weak dkl.i, Jfm Geo.
e rally la BntUk, aWelate Belag
Llgkter Tha.a Last Year and
Caak Market Strong.
TK. I , w ,. OM-A. Oct. 4. 190U.
The local hmln.H
vuMumui vuarfc win 1 1 1 -
:uenceof weak cables and wheat advanced
morning arter an unchanged
opening-.. The - market turned dull at the
"VDC. Frloes declining until they reached
1,7 "Z, . 1X1 opening. There was con
siderable buying of December by ehorta at
one time and Another.
Aalda from the foreign weakness, the
newa arerastrsLllar ii ht.iu.t. .....
North west weather waa showery, receipt
were m&ch irmallitr than mmt we n ii,.
raeh demand waa good. On the other hand.
eeort business wan reported slow.
Corn waa steady. Receipts were not aa
large as the estimates and the cash de
mand waa better, wltk prices a good frac
tion advanced. Trade was very light, how
yj. tna market had a narrow range.
Predictions ef rains In the corn belt en
couraged the bulls.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,044,000
bushels and shipments 18,000 bushels,
against receipts last; year of 1,431,000 bushels
last year and shipments of 416,000 bushels.
Corn receipts were 229,000 bushels and ship
ments 261 000 bushels, against receipts Inst
jar of 606,000 bushels and shipments of 325,
oo bushels. Clearances were 466.124 bushels
f Wheat, 48,892 bushels of corn, 17t bushels
n4 auia t0 WL366 bushels of wheat
F. P. Frasler of Chicago, an outspoken
u II on wheat, says: "I do not believe It
will be possible for the transportation com
9nlea to gst wheat to the seaboard any
L"1-" ihn 11 It s hard to get
ooata, freights are bp to Jo a bushel on corn
and the steel companies are scrambling for
boats to carry ore. The car shortage
situation promises to be acute. The flour
Jltuatlon alone should make one bullish.
Millers generally have less orders on their
books them any time In years, but are
nevertheless running full to supply im
mediate demands. This shows thut the dis
tributer Is short of stock. What will
happen when h attempts to replenish
There might be such a thing also n finding
himself tn competition with the foreign
buyer. In any event, wheat Is worth ths
money, and I believe it will more than pay
Its carrying charges to a patient holder
evei if .the present demandj should flatten
Local range of options:
mark, canes included, 154) l!c; firsts
prime first 22V; extras. Hie. Ch
strong at UH-o 13c
RW YORK (iKSKRAI. MAIIKBT
f the Dayroa
NRW TOHK, Oct. l-HX)UR-Re-celpta,
17 471 bbla.; exports. 13 bbls . ewlea,
6,5t packages; market steady but quiet;
winter painitA. 4M. ivyHtCi; winuT svisig.us,
M.ii"ij.1.ti, winter extra. winter
low grades. li.lfciU a); Minnesota patents.
14164(4.40; Mlnneaots bakers. 83.4SjS.S.
Rye flour thin, fair to good, ukui.i;
choice to fancy. $3.5o4.0i. Buckwheat
flour quiet. ZYa2.4i, spot and to arrive.
RKE Firm; No. I western, tifHc. c. I. f..
CORNMEAI Steady; fine white and yel
low, tl.2tl.26; coarse, tl W1.13. , .
1'AFtUk.V Uulet; feeding. 43c. c. 1. ft
WH EAT Receipts, 42,000 bu.; exports,
1S4.000 bu.; sale, l.DuO.lOO bu., futures, tlput
market Irregular; No. 2 red, 7SV, elevator:
northe?: kt'S. . afloat; No. i ' P'-".' ,
NEW 1URK STOCKS AND BONDS
Iftrkot.ii Apathetic and tn.loen , of
Tradinc Approaches Btuiktin.
PRiCLS DRIrT IDLY WiTrl L0WLR TREND
Money raadltloas (ontlaae lo Relaa
Both at Heme and Abroad-
President's Speech ASeete
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. Dealings In ot. cks
became apathetic today and thw duilneas of
tue trading spprtisched stagnation, litres
drifted ia, anu uncertainly, with a down
ward trend In tna uiineal parlous, mort
irum Inanulnn tnuu truin sty active te.l-
y,rticlea.f Open.j Hlgh. Low. CTose.Tes'y,
7W 72 72H 72
...A. ..: 87
17 - m- OT, . 28
t ' 81 ' , 814
83H 2 S2V 82H
'' Onaaba Cask Bales.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, X car, tSc; No.
-Now.1, 2 cars.
.T-No. hard, 7S8c; No. 8 hard,
Nd 4 hard. tliuia'Ao; Mo. 8 spring.
OAT8 No.- I white, 1 car. 81Hc
Osaaha Cask Prteee,
ORN-No. 8, 40ViJ41c: No. 8 yellow, 40i
tpitc; No. 8, white, 42o. . .
OATS No. 8 mixed, 80H31c; No. 8
wnite, 81 vo ozc ; Mo. 4 white, 31if3Htc,
. RTB-No. 2. Mc; No. 8. 64Ho.
' jf7aIot Receipts.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
CHICAGO CRAIH AND PROVISIONS
eatarea of tke Tradlaar aad Closing;
Prlees aa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct 4. The Ohio report
which ahowed the wheat crop of that state
to be in the neighborhood or 40.ow.ouo bu..
waa one reason tor a weak finish today
In- the local wheat market. At the cloaa
wheat for December delivery was off Sc.
Corp was unchanged. Oat were up V,o.
Provisions wsre via wgner to &a tower.
With the exception of moderate firm
nss about the middle of the day acntl
meat In the wheat pit was bearish the en
tire, session. Trading was of small volume
and. eonnned mostly to local-traders. The
market was easier at the start, because of
ailing by commission houses, brought out
by fairly liberal receipts in the norta
west. Arrivals today at Minneapolis and
Duluth were 706 cars, compared with BTtt
ear last week and 847 cars a year ago.
Later there was a moderate rally on
covering by shorts, but the Improvement
tone was of short duration. Following
Cue , publication or the umo report the
market developed increased weakness and
prices during the remainder of the day
weie Inclined to sag. According to th
Ohio crop statistician the total yield of
wheat Is 8.500,000 bu. In excesn of the es
timate .made by government officials. The
market closed weak. December opened
unchanged to He lower, at 76iva.ce 10
7Mifi7&.c. sold uo to ,bc and then de
dined to 76c. Final quotations were at l&'J
7&Sc. .Clearances of wheat and flour
ware equal to 601,300 bu. Primary receipts
were 1.046,000 bu., compared with l,4og,
nnn.hu. the corresDondlna day a Year axo
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 732 cars, agalnat 61o curs laat
week and 1.036 cars a year ago.
Trading In corn waa quiet, with prices
holding barely steady. Wet weather la
canning some complaint from various sec
tions, but conditions in general are ravor
utile for. the new crop. jew corn la n
gllinlng to move and Kansas City sdvlce
stated that dealers there were expecting
nma activity from Uk la noma next weea
v Th nrinclDal sellers were cash houses.
Tha market closed steady. December
opened a shsde lower, st trifi-Oc. ad
vanced to 43fcc and closed st 43c. Local
receipts were 198 cars, with 88 cars of
Osts were strong on covering by local
shorts. The demand waa due primarily
to a reoprt from Minneapolis which
claimed that owing to exceaaive moiature
the, oats crop of the north weat la fully
one grade lower than In 19u6. December
opened unchaiwred, at S4'c. advanced to
S44KHV, nd closed at S'c. Local re
ce'pta were 23 ears.
Provisions were quiet and steady. There
was some proflt-taking In October ribs
and that product showed moderate wesk
liaas. At the close January pork whs
off TH". at $13.40. . Lard was up a shade,
at tlhi. Ribs were nc higher, at $7.20.
Katlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
44 cara; com, 819 cara; oata, 247 cara;
hogs, ,15.000 head.
Trfe leading futures ranged aa followe:
hard winter, llkr. t a. h . afloat. OPenim
a snaae lower on account or easy cauies,
wheat turned strona-er on sctlve bull, sup
port at Chicago and higher northweat mar
kets. It weakened, however, on the Ohio
state report, and closed H to Ho net lower;
May, l&HjrtAc. cloaed at 86Sc; December,
tiWifHc, cloaed at &i4c
rieceipta, w.ViQ ou.; sales, i, du..
spot. Spot market barely steady; No. 2.
66c, elevator, and 66Vc, f. o. b, afloat; No.
8 yellow, 67c; No. 2 white. 57Hc. Option
market waa without transaction, oloatng He
to So riet higher; Jsnuary closed at boso;
May closed at 50Uc: December closed at
OATS Rece Dt. 121000 bu.: soot market
steady: mixed oats, 2 to 82 lbs., rytc;
natural white. 20 to 23 lbe.. UU'QOSo;
clipped white. 88 to 40 lbs.. tMHic.
niuau-nrm; spring brsn, IJD.V), uctODer,
hlpment: city, MMh 26.60.
HAY Steady: ahlnnlna. kbfi70c: good to
HOi'B bteadv: k.at. common to choice
Uo, 2la4c: lo6. 11170; Psdflu ooast, lw,
HIDES-sieady; Qalveston, to a
pounds, 20c ) California, 21 to 26 pounds, Ha,
ory, n io mi pounas,
t;bATHGR-steady; acid, 867Hc.
PROVISIONS-Beef. firm; family, 81160
12. 00: mesa. ItOuuiuiO' k-f hamM. tlnwa
iH.SO; packet, 8lOOuJ10.6O; city extra India
tntmn, $l.00ffl.60. Cut meata, steady;
Pickled belllea. 110 25fr10.Bft! nlckled hams.
H1.&0W1100. Lard. Arm; western prime, $9.10
0.16. Refined, steady; continent, $9.45;
. A., $10.26: comDound. 27 UM i.SiV. Pork
firm; family, $18 5011.00; short clesr,
$1.6p18.60; mesa. $18.a61.76.
l ALLOW steady ; city ($2.00 per pack
age), br; country (packages free), 6SrV'.
BUTTER firm ; street price, extra
creamery, 26c; official prlcea: Creamery ,
common to extra, 18a26Hc; held second to
extra, 21 fi 264c; stats dairy, common to
t-1-tfc.t.tSii; Klrm; state, run cream, small
fancy, 134c; fair to good, largo
fancy, 13c; fair to good, 12 'a 13c; inferior,
E008 Firm; state Pennsylvania and
nearby, fancy aelrcted, white; 32g33c;
choice, 3Va31c; mixed, extra, weatern
flrsta, Sig'a,c; official price, 24V482&C; sec
POL LTR Y Alive. nominal: weatern
chickens, fowls and turkeys, 14c. Dressed,
irregular; western chickens, lliigisc; spring
turkeys, l22c; fowls, 12315c.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 4.-FLOUR-Flrst
Patents. H.2O&4.30: second patents. $4,069
4.16; first clears, 83.26tf8.36; second clears,
iJRAN In bulk, $14.00914.26.
(Superior Board of Trade Quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). Tha
range of price, aa reported by F. D. Day
aV Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, waa:
Articles. Open. Htgh. Law. Close. jYes'y.
1 11' 1 11H1
i ii i us
1 10 1 10V
1 14 1 14
Minneapolis Close Wheat: No. 1 hard.
TSVic-; No. 1 northern, 75Se; No. 2 northern,
73c; No. 8. 71'72Hc; No. 1 durum. 3ic:
to arrive, tcc; no.,i aurum, hic; to ar
rive. 80Ac. Corn: No. 8 yellow. 44VAc: No.
8. 48Vc. Oats: No. 8 white, 31c: No. 3,
29H30Sc. Barley: 35548c, Rye: 5674o.
nax: Ji.u . . ,
Krtaaaa Clry Grata sal Provisions.
KANSAS C1TT. Mo.. Oct; 1-WHEATh
One-half cent lower; December, USc; May
724o- Caart: zvo. 2 nard, WhiVix; no. U
63j-nHc: No. 8 red, 72o; No. 8 870o. .
CORN December, 27c; May, 3So. Cash:
No. 2 mixed. 43c; No. 2 white, tttyo.
OATS ko. 2 white, 84il36c: No. 2 mixed.
hay oteaay : cnoice timotny. xu.Yraaioo:
choice prairie, 89.0069.60.
EOQS-Firm: extras, 2ic; nrsta, cases in
cluded. 20c; seconds, 14HO.
RYB Steady; 674JOo.
BUTTER Creamery, t6c; packing, 160.
Wheat btt 127,000 108.000
Corn, bu 23,000 11,000
Oats, bu. 14.000 6,000
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 4. BUTTER
Firm, good demand; extra western cream
ery, official pi Ice, 2c: street price, 26yc;
extra nearby prints. 28c
EGGS Firm, good demand) nearby
fresh and western fresh, 26c at mark.
CHEESE Firm, good demand; New
York full creams, fancy, 13Vkc; New York
full creama, choice, 124a; New York full
creama, fair to good, U4ri3c-
PEORIA, 111., Oct 4.-CORN-Flrm; No.
I yellow and No. 2, 46Vic; No. 4, 4&yc; no
OATS Steady; No. 2 white. 33e; No, 8
white, 23Vi(SSH4c; No. 4 white, S2Sfl32
RYE Steady to strong; No. 2, tac.
WH18KY-On the. basis of $1.29, for fin
ished goods. "
ihe demand was feeble and Indlfff-rrnt
and there was no response to Oevelbpments.
except In ludivlouai aurks imiiied.aaly
concerned. One such tock was i nuej
Rubber, which suffered acutely from onubiS
thrown out regarding peraiatent leporta lor
a long time past that ulvtdfnan on a nbe.al
wale were to be Inaugurated on the sioca.
There was an opinion on the markkt whicn
held that the paralysis of interest waa
larsely due to revised views of the general
prospect for dividend Increaets as exem
pllfiexl In the caae of L'nlted Stales Rubbee,
and more notably In the conservative dur
Idend action of the Atchison directors yes
terday in putting that stock on a 6 per c?iit
baala Inatead of 8 per cent, as was widely
expected. Ever since the I'nlon Pacllic
dividend Increaaed speculative sentiment
ha looked for aensatlonal developments
along those lines. The assumption v.as
made that the Union Paclflc action repre
sented a policy fixed upon by extensive
agreement among controlling powers ,n the
railroad world for tha payments of div
idends more nearly commensurate kith cur
rent earnings. It was supposed that a dec s
lon was thus come to that work of better
ment had proceeded far enough to war
rant smaller expenditures out of earnings
for that account and leas Insistence on
the accumulation of treasury wurplusva.
Ths Atchison decision hss had material
effect In dlaturblng this amumptlon and
has weakened surmises of differences of
opinion amongst powerful capitalists over
choosing the method of large dividend in
creases to stimulate an active tnsrket for
Speculative sentiment was disturbed also
by the rumors of a hitch in the "ore deal
and by the countenance which was riven
to these rumors In some quarters regardel
as authoritative. There Is a great dlff-r-ence
of opinion as to what market effect
would be produced by tne actual announce
ment of the terms of the ore deal In view
of the disposition Istely shown to sell
stocks on favorable news. But there la
no dispute of the supposition that an actual
rupture of this Important negotiation would
have an unsettling effect on the mark"t.
owing to the long and effective use made
of It as ammunition for firing the specula
tive Imagination. What nart political con
siderations played In the halt of the mar
ket was not so clear, hut some Influence
was allowed to this factor by common ccn
sent. The presentation of the Issues bv
the opposing candidates In the state or
New York threw the subject Into promi
nence, snd the large attention given by
both sides to questions of corporation
abuses and means for their control sirnca
the attention of Wall street anew. The
Impression was emphasised by the publica
tion during the session of the presidents
address at Hnrrlsbu'g. Holders of shares
In corporations feel some trepidation when
the power and profits of those organlaatlons
are presented as a mensce to the puhllo
welfare and the action of today's stock
msrket was not without reference to mis
The money market continued to re's.
Knk kr and shrnad. Discounts yleld'd
In Iindon and Pa'ls. In snlte cf the weak
returns of the government banks, ow'ng
to the Strain of the October settlement'.
Earlv return of resources thus dl-bureed
Is expected there as ever. The flnsnc'sl
community was favorably lmpresed by the
plan of currency reform presented by the
committee of the Chamber of Commerce.
Intimations that additional portions of the
$26 000.000 of government deposita would be
available to the New York batiks were pc,
cepted as an additional safeguard for the
money altuatlon here. Neither the early
strength nor the midday weakness per
sisted and the market closed Irregular.
There waa an Improvement in demsnd
here and there in the bond market and
the tone was Arm. Total sales, par value,
$2.052,000.. United States bonds were un
changed on call. ,
Following were the sales and range of
prices on the Stock Exchange:
' Bales. H1h.
eressed l.fvaov nntra reserve, drcressed
2.'Vi.i"0; government securities, de
rieas'd :.. The proportion of the
banks reserve to liability this week Is
3950 per cut, s compared with. 4!.82 per
cent Isst week.
' Sew York Meeiey Market.
NEW YORK. Ot 4. MONET -On cslt
firm. 3Hfi, pf cent: niilng Mte. I per
cent; rinsing bid. I per cent; offered st 4
per rent. Time loans, easier; sixty days,
nlrety daya and six month, per cent.
PRIME M KHliANTl LB PATER 0V(ff7
STERLINd EXCHANGE Strong, with
actual business In bankera' bills at $ f3
4 K.70 for demand nn.l at $4 79Tt47 for
sixty-day bills; conimarcla bills. $4.79'ft
4.7S: posted rales. 84.eH(i4.fl snd $4 Mfc.
8ILV KR Bsr, 88c; Mexican dollars. Mc.
BONDS Government, stesdy; railroad,
Quotations on bonds todsv were as follows:
.t'l fcaen nN
r 8. I. res....
t. 8. old 4a, res
do coupon v
V. g. now 4a,- res
do coupon ,
iJtpaa . Id
Jpn 4Ss eof..
do Id aerlea
1, N. sal. 4t
MirhilUl r. .
do let tne
VI At L 4s.
Amerlron Tobaoea 4a 77 St.. K. oV T. 4s.
to 4a I K do I4
Atchison sn. 4o lWk'V. It. R ot M.
la . M ,
HAUA LIVE bTOC!. MARKET
CatUt ii Kodo.-a1. Baea'ptt tad Ir eoi
HOGS SELL STtADY TO STRONGER
Aaether Urse Rasj of Sbeeg) and
Lambs, bnl tnder lalaa ef
larwe Uemsad Prices Are
W. T reetrat g "4
J Centra I g. I m
Northorn r.iii 4.IMv
in m.. 7!,
N. W. cos. 4i;...;
o. a. U rfd. 4a. ..... '
PnnTtnla . H.:on4
Rcadint Oonaraf 4.
at. L. I. M. e. to I1JH
SL L; i. r. Is 4a Mia
a. t - A- TO
..... l"H'Ol. f pmm. . , , -
a .;! .aboard A. L 4a . M ,
P. 4s.. 7southam Psatdr 4s.. M ,
c, ...! i ao in 4a cor
da ad. 4t
Atlantic C. L. 4a.
B. O. 4a
Brooklyn g. T. a.
Central of Oa. ft
dn lat tna
do t lac. ..A..
do 14 lac......
C. O. 4a.:.
C. A A.' IHa.f..
h. a u
c . n i.
do rot to.
C..C..C. A Ht Lt a.I1H Soothora HaHwar lH
Colo. -tnd. la, Drtal. tll Tfiu raclflc lata. lit
Tola. Midltad 4o J T., St. U W 4a.. 14
ioio. m aoatnorn 4a tl ivnion racinc 41
Cuba la lJi't 8 Stcol M I
D. A R. O. 4a Iu iWanaah lata....
Dtatlllara' s, a....7Hl do rwb. I
Brio prior Hoe 4a...1tS Wastorn Md. 4a
do tea. 4a vw L B. 4a
Hocklns VHI.7 4 107H :wia. Central 4a
'son ia .....lwv-ijapaa 4a cor...
SOt'TH OMAHA. Oct
tlecrlpts we. t;
Obiclal .Monuav 1.47
Uihcial Tuesday i,4 4,. 3a
Viuciai Weou-.-sday .!
Uil.c.al Thuixlay l.AU 4.MM
Boitos atoeks aad Bonds.
BOSTON. Oct. 4 Call lor.rs. 607 per cant;
time loans, 01J7 per cent. The dosing quota,
tlons on stocks and bonds were ss follows;
Mctlcan Contra I
Boston A Mains..
Boston KloTstcd ...
N. T., N H. H
Psro Marquatts ..
. M IBInshaia .
.I00S ('slumst aV Hoc la
. ft Centennial
.lostajrnppsr Raags ....
.in sialo Borslo
. tl4 Mass Mlnlnf
. It iMuhavk
14 Montana ('. aV C.
Amar. Arc. Chemical KH OId Dominion
do pfd II
Amer. Pnsn. Tubo.'.. It
Amor. Sugar ra
do pfd 131
Amer. Tol. it T.I... Ill
Amar. Woolen !64
Dominion t. s ... 71
Rdlana Else. Ilium.. Ill
do pfd ,
t'nlted Shoo stach..
V. 8. Steel .......
. .ltuv, United Copper
V. R. Mlnlni ..
v. a. on
lot . Wolvor1no .....
... ?v North Butts ...
... 7w, Hutla Coalition
... Calumat and Arlaona HSvt
1H, AMiOna commercial. 0
.. 41 4
Pour days this week... 17, 6X2
flame daa Hast wee.... i, 44
taine daya 8 weeks ago..i,4.a
bhme ouya 4 wceas ag . .il.3
caiiie aa 4 wveaa a-j..ft.l
Muite uays lajtt year. .. .at.too
llic loiioainc laoie snows
of catue, nogs and sueep at South Umauiu
lor tue yr to dale, conipareu nnu
r: i.as,. !.
Cattle 7W.197 TKMl
Mpkia 8.014.4S4 l.o-K.aW
Hnutp' l.Mt.iw l.J.i-
"CAiTLh; Wt.OI Al lU.N.
Good to choice coru-ied ste;ra.....T3l
f air tu goud corn-led aieeis e.wjjjs.n
Common to fair corn-Io aieera.. 4.vj.tsj
Uood to Choice range sie.rs
Fair to good tangs steers .....
v-uii.niun iv lair isuiga aiara
Uuod grdsa cows aid aeiiers
r'air tw good cows and heifers..
Common to fair cowa and helfeia..
Good to choice stackers and fdrs..
fair to g.xid stockers and leadara.
Common to fair Blockers
Huns, stsgs, ate
'ine following table allows the
4 auu (
price of hogs at South Omaha for tha last
several days, with comparisons
Date. I90g. 1M.1904.!1M.1908.I11. 11900.
Bept. 7 .
Hept. id .
Sept. 9. .
I t 891 I 711 I T9I
17 7 7 74
17WI 8 Si Id
llWi 6 Ml I V 8 iu:
18 i 9 lxi A 741 6 49
21 1 19! J 46; 6 "
t 131 b W 71
7 r s
1 671 Ml
7 66 l
7 In .6
7 84 T9
I ( 1
a 'joml K 1
87 I S H TJi t Ml 7 ; o8i I W
I 6 W 6 74 7 81!
8 741 U1 1 141 7AI t 19
9 calvea... ?n 8 7 4 feeders. .17 8 5
8 feeders.. TsA 9 70 8s feders.. 9l( 9 no
8 Steers. ...12fs 4 X
Ht his Trsins were very late In arriving
st the ysrds, and as no correct report
could be secured ss to the number Of cars
back, everyone was at sea as to the proh
aMe run IHirert In consequence were In
clined to hold hack and await developments,
which means that the market was slow and
Iste In opening. Home of the best liont
sold esrly st prices that looked a 1'ttle
stronger, but the genersl msrket could n"
be quoted any more than steady and not
very active at that. At high aa ' was
paid for a choice light load, which waa 5c
higher than anything brought yesterday.
n noteo. yesterony. tne nog niRraet nns
been gradually (liming up this wek, though
there haa not been enough Improvement I
any one day lo really Justify quoting the j
market higher. The mirket Is now on sn
avernge a big no higher than It was at
the close of last week.
steady; selling at 8 ttfl.W; bulk et
London Closing; Rtneks.
LONDON. Oct. 4-Closlng quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
Consols, (or money.. Ma M.. K. T... 174,
do for account 1(44 Now Ynrk Central... 145H
Anaconda Its Norfolk Western..
Atchison 10714, do pfd 14
do pfd 106V Ontario 4 Western.. 414a
Kansas City ...
RANGE OF PRICES.
2 WHott OU
number ui cais
2u V. ..
5 se i
Articles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tes y.
4M4 . 46T,
4riiSI 43 '4
13 13 SlW
I ...I ...
34-l . ' alas 'at
T IS 1
Mllwaakee Grain Market.
No. I northern 79iWilo; No. 8 northern 74p
W; December 75c.
RYK Firm; No. 1. Kle.
BARLET Dull; No. 8, 65c; sample
CORN Firm; No. caali toftXH.c; De
' Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, Oct. 4--WHEAT-Spot.
firm: No. t red western winter, Se IVid Fu
tures, quiet;. December, AsSd; March,
s SHrl. '
CORN Boot, steady; American mixed.
4s lid. Futures, dull; Octotr. 4sSd; De
cember. 4sSd; January, 4s Ifd.
rtnlath Grain Market. '
DULUTH. Oct. 4. WHEAT No. 1 hard,
on track, 78!c; No. 1 northern TBTkc; No.
8 northern 74c; October- 16Vc; Ixtcember
74Sc; May 7We.
OATS To arrive and October S3c.
' ' Holiday at t. Loots. '
ST. liOt'IS. Oct. 4 No grain or produce
markets today; municipal holiday.
Toledo teed Market.
-' TOLEDO. Oct. 4. -SE EDS Clover, cash
and October, 88.60; December. .; timothy
81.90. Alslke 87. . . ..
. Melkl Market. .
NEW YORK. Oct. 4 M ETALS There
was a atroag sdvance In the London (in
in.rk.L lorfl bv the atlot rjoalttnn. whlrh
1 closed at dim 2a d, .while futurea were
ouoted at a-Uet. Iocally the market waa
9 97U I steady, with spot nuoted st 82.40t2I4:.60.
8i7'Afpper was higher in the lxiidon market,
I I J' will spot quoted 'at tKJ and futurea at
) JCaJ 15s. Locally the market was strong
8 2 1 and a shade higherv with lake quoted at
T 17U1 t-'oSttiOo": eleciruiytic. 19.;&4r30 .26; caat
tag. 819-6tsfj 9b.no, Lead waa 2s d higher
)at U lu In I,ond-n. Locally-the mar
ket waa -dull at to i4j".00. Spelter was It
ltd kwer at 4,77 6s in London. Locally
Caah quotations were aa follows:
rii. w." ;'"M .im-rket was stendv. wllh snot hel.l
w - V - " Tl' ".r" ! . . 1 tMVrfn nr . a ahurie hla-hrr nn )
sverage. Iron was higher in the English
3 spring. ,788ac; No.' X
9'ti b. .
TialMbc; P.O. a rru. iaiUiou.
CORN-NO. 2. 4WMc No. i yeUow. 46',
OAl-S-N. 8, Hpr No. J white,. 8. i
kc; NO vr s-ti-
RYE No. 2, 4Uc. ,2
BARLEV ood feedlnn, i3Jc; fslr to
choice manui. "y
w-tern. 81 I
Haa. 910t No.
Clover, contract grade, 8U:'a.
iv . V le.lti.4icj obot I fides - U0..0,.
U 7Ki9i Mesa pork, per bbl gig 50. ' Lard.
iuu luo.. r . s -
xed. 8wB-ttw; .;
rollowing ware-tha receipt and ship-
Flour, bois ....
, n. ou ........
ta. u f
. 81 .isO
market, witn stannara lounnry quoted at
H Id and Cleveland warrants at 56a. Lo
cally the market was firm, with No. 1
foundry northern quoted at 8!lw:20;
No." S foundry northern. 9ft) 50"! 23.si; No.
1 Jounrtry southern. H.to'fill.o.i; No. 8
frSundry southern. Jh.aufi J1.0V
Amalgamated Copper. 44.M0 iua
Amsrlcsn C. snd T 4.000 46
do pfd r
American Cotton Oil. .4.... l,tM M
Amsrlcsn H. 4V U f . 1J W
American Ico sso l.VO so
American Llnasod Oil "
American IxieomotlYS 1,104 744
do pfd 1
American 8. A R V 4
da old H6H
Americas Sugar Tunning... 1,100 1JIA
Amerloan Tobaeeo. pfd. s. tt
Anaconda Mlnlni Co 4.100 141
Atchison 4 too 104-4
do pfd 1
Atlantic Coast Una ' 1H)
Baltlmora Ohio 9.704 13
do pfd '
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.... I.ood 774
Canadian Paclflc 1.H I to
Central ef Nasi Jersey
Chesapeake A Ohio 100 I2'6
Chisago Groat Western 4.700 11V,
Chicago A Northwsstsra.... too 10744
C. M. A St. B.. 4.100 17l'4
Chicago T. T
C, C, C. A It. h
Colorado Pool and Iroa.... 4.704 . M M
Coiorado A Southern 4.100 40'4 414
do 1st pfd MO MS, II
do Id pfd l.tno I44 It'4
Consolidated Oaa 100 111 1M
Corn Products rfg loo lo4
do pfd 100 1144 1144
Delasrars A Hud eon
Delaware. LAW too 6M-4 U4
IwiTST A Rio dranda loo 41 424,
do pfd 100 44 U44
Dlatlllsrs' goourltlsa 4.700 1014
Brio 44, 41
do lat pfd 100 7144 744,
do d pfd
General Eleelrie 400 117 ltd
Illlnola Central 100 Vt 17414
Intsrnsttonal Pump 400 4T44 41
Iowa ( antral soO 1144 1144
do pfd 00 414 4I4
j Kansas Cits Southern ..... 1 IK 7144
do pfd euv ' ea-e as
IxiuIbtIIIs A NaakTlllo 1oo 147 144
Mrilran Csntral 1.100 tl n
Minneapolis A 9t. Loula... loo II II
II., St. P. A ts. St.... 100 1114b 1144
Mlaeourl Pacifle 4 v M
Missouri. Kansas A Teiaa.. 1 4i 1444
do pfd 900 7044 IO1
Natloasl Lead 1.400 1 7744
N H R of M pfd 10 4I4( 44
New York Central !.0 1SV4, 1J
N. T.. O. A W mo 44i 4744
Norfclk A Wsstsrs I.0M N44 M
North American 400 II . f
Paclflc Msll 1. 100 1744 1114
Psosarlvanla II. lot 14144 144
P., C. C. A It. L.
Pre seed Steel Car
Pullman Palaoo Car ....
da lat pfd
do id pfd
Rock laland Ca
at u a - r. m pfd...
St Loots Southseeiern
Soul hern paclfls 44. It It 44 4444
Ttnneaeeo Coal and Iron.
Teiaa A Paclflc
T . at U A w
l'nlted States gipreas
tailed Slates Realty ....
lulled States Rubber ....
t sited State Stsel
C. A O
Chicane O. W...
c , M. A ft. P,
D. A R. O
do 1st pfd
do Id pfd
1 ei c .
. ..ltl4 Psanarlvanla
...IU44 Rand Mines ....
... 144 Reading
... 1144 Boathem Rallwai
...110441 do pfd
114 Southern Paclflc
... 4444 I'nlon Pacific ..
... lHl do pfd
... 4t4 (' s. stsel
... 0 J rM pfd
.... it 4Wssaan
404 1314 M
.ilXJM 16144 1M
loo 11 44 u
Y . CoaTee Mnv! et.
' NEW "YORK. Oct. l -COrTEB-rMar-ket
for Tuturej opened steady at an ad
vance of 6 polnta.and nnjlckly improved
en reports thai the Brazilian government
had started buying on. toe valorisation
Plan and that the rate of Braalllan ex
change ass higher. There seemed to be
quite a good detl of coffee wanted by
variuua jr. .ers. bu- offwrings were very
nht and this restricted bualncaa until
SJ.foj J rtnr the close, wh-n tlure was more'ac-
' s . ti-ttv aad urices ruiea nrm on reporta mat
orft-rs (rum Br-iall were being withdrawn.
The chisve was steady at a net advance
of 16 to 3U Ixtln.o Sales were reported of
3.t4) bata. Including Decenuapr- at 6 6tioj
, .he Fri.lc.e4ib4ife fHlra' tb hit- 4c;'. March. S.'lra.c5o; Majr. .9vS4ic;
MblUt MMrsss rm
; Sieady; No. I hlo, rMo.
Wello-Pargo Eipross ...
W-ailngbouee Electrle ..
Western I nloi ,
Wheeling A lks trie
W a-onptn Control
Northern Pacifle 1
Graal Northern pfd
Total aalea tor th sar. M4.444 aksraa.
1 do pfd
' ...ine ripaniNn ... .......... .
SILVER Bar! quiet, 81d per ounce
Biuo r, i oti o4j par -cent.
DISCOUNTS The rste of discount In the
open market for short bills Is 444H Pr
cent; for three months' bills, 4H per cent,
Boston Copper Market.
(Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by Logri V Bryan, 8 Board
ef Trade buildlnjr, Omaha:
Adventure 'sssolia7n' 41
Allooos 14 '4 NsTsda Conoolldatsd. It
Atlantle llKorth Butte 111
Bingham W Old Dominion M44
Black Mountain.!...... Ooeeola ; 4. .11144
Bostoa Consolidated.. 11 Pnou. Ssrslc TJ
Batta Coalltloo 41 Pnou. Barrio, pfd... 1144
leiunn at anions. .m wutney ...... sr
Calamat A Hcla....tl0 Shannon
Dally Wast .,
Raat Butt . .
Oresns Coppsr ....
H el ret la
U S. A Plttaburg
I TTamarack Ij
11 Tenn. Coppsr 41
19 Trinity 11
.... 11 t-nlted Pro It 107
..... I l'nlted Btataa, com.. 41
.... rf United States, pfd... 44
1444 I'tah consolidated ... 44
4 t'tah Copper II
tl Victoria 7
25 Winona 144
144 Wolrsrtns ISO
brouerht In today by each road waa:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.H'r's.
C, M. ft St. P 4
Missouri Pacinc 1J
Lnlon Pacific system If
C. & N. W., east...... ..
C. A N. W., west 0
C, St. P.. M. A 0 8
C, B. A U east
C. B. A Q., west 68
C, K. I. A P., east.. ..
C, R. I. A P.. west.. ..
Chicago Ot. Western ..
Total receipts 142
The disposition of ths days receipts waa
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of bead Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Omaha Packing Co 628 TJ2
Swift and Company 416 1.06".'
Cudahy Packing Co 1,03 H42
Armour A Co 649 l.JSJ
Cudahy, from K. C 116
Armour, from St. Louis. 62 ....
Carey ft Benton 2W
Lohman A Co 42 ....
McCreary A Carey 192 .....
Hill A Son 86
P. P. Lewis
Huston A Co U
Hamilton ft Rothschild. 62
St. Louis D. B. Co 192
Mike Haggerty 127
J. B. Boot A Co 74 ....
T. B. Inghrara-.T 16 .....
Sullivan Bros . AO ,
Lehmer Bros...... 14 - ....
Held over 23 ....
ixindon,' Oct. 4. Money was
stricted supply In the msrket today, owing
to repayments to tne tie rue or Kngiand,
which more than offset the dividend dis
tributions. Discounts were a shade easier.
Prices on the stork exchange continued
steady, with moderats Investment pur
chases of British securities. Consols hard
ened on the fact that there was no Changs
In the Bank of England's rate of discount,
but they eased later on poor bank returns.
Foreigners benefited , by Paris sunport.
Turkish bonds were weak. Americans,
after an irregular opening, hardened to
over parity on good local supnort. Atchi
son. Topelta A Santa Fe picked up well
after the dividend disappointment, but
Canadian Pacifle was weak In srlte of the
bonus declaration. The msrket became
steadier sfter the receipt of tha N-w T"rk
opening prices but eaed a era In rnd c'o-ed
Irrearular. witn the eneentlon cf l'nlted
States Steel. Imperial Japanese 4s closed
PETtLTN, Oct. 4 Pomestle securities on
the Bourse todsv were frsctlonally lower.
Russian were finder.
PARIS. Oct. 4. Prices on the Bourse to
day were verv unsteady snd Turks became
haw on account of the movement of
( tronea on the puisrartan rronner N't-
srithstnnding tne nwvr ions or woia acn
he renort resterdov ths te rate --ouM
he Increased, the T4nk or F'Snre rl'd not
raise It" discount r"t today. Russtsn Im
perial 4 c'l-.d at 7136 and Runs' an bonds
of 1904 at 4M. ,
W K w '
Bask Frnnee Btateme-t.
PARIS. Oct. 4. The weekly statement
of the Bank of France shows the follow
ing changes: Notes in circulation, in-
cressed 23l.725.fsXf; tressury deposits, de
creased 74,nM.OiOf; general deposits, de
creased Sl.ioo.ooor; oid in nana, aecreaaea
MSTSonnfr silver In hand, decresaed 8.476.-
Onfif; gold discounted, decreased 2,46O.0OOf ;
advancea tncrrssea H.eoo.uw.
Bank ef Kaglaad Italeaieat.
LONDON. Oct. 4-The weekly statement
or tne nan 01 England ahowa (ha fol
lowing changes: Total reserve, decresaed
;.0.uw; circulation. Increaaed oiJ.4)
bullion, decreased. M't v.l.tlX; other securi
ties, mere 111 fcl,"Vi.Hi: ot:ier deposits
dosrtascd. iS,tX; jubllo deosiis, d.-
CATTLE There was a very light run ot
cattle here for a Thursday, but the trade
was hampered to some extent by the late
arrival of trains. -'
Beef ateers were In moderate supply and
veiy good demand, and the offerings for tha
most part changed hands early In tha morn
ing. There was nothing choice to put a
top on the market, but such stuff as there
waa here sold at prices generally a little
stronger than yesterday.
Cowa and neirera were also in moderate
supply and very good demand, with the
result that the market was not only ac
tive, but generally 10c higher than yester
day on all desirable kinds. The early re
ceipts changed hands In very good season
In the morning.
Stockers and feedera were also In active
demand and the good kinds were generally
a little stronger thar yesterday. Every
thing answering lo that description sold
very reaally In the morning. The Common
to medium kinds were rathor hard to move,
but that la the ease practically every day.
The large attendance of country buyera haa
stimulated the feeder trade this week and
the market as a whole is In a very good,
4 71 40....
WARRINGTON. Oct. 4 Todays state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund exclusive of the 8160.000,000 gold
reserve snows. Avauaoie caan onus nee,
t?i sold co n ana ouiuon. IUi.-
17J.5M; gold certificates. 847.SS9.9tlO.
OMAHA. Oct. 4. Rank clearings for to
day were 81.784.991. H ana mr tne corre
sponding date last year i,b-i,vii.i.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4 COTTON Spot
closrd quiet and steady, ten points ad
vance. Middling upianaa. iivw; nuaaung
gull'. riO.is.1; sales, t.uv uulea.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 4 COTTON 8pot
moderate buslnesa done; prlcea 18 polnta
lower; American middling, fair, 4 11;
good middling, 6.7d.; good ordinary, 8.42d.;
middling 8. Tod.; good ordinary 8.4Kd.;
ordinary, S.lhd. The aales of the day were
10,000 balea of which 600 were for a pecula
tion and export and included 7,810 Ameri
can. Receipts 19.100 bales, sit American.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 4 COTTON Spot
closed flrro. Sales 4,bWj cdis. Uow ordinsry
7c, nominal; ordinary. ?Hc; nominal, good
ordinary. 8 18-ldr; low middling 9Sc;
middling, ICA4C; good middling, 10c;
middling fair. imc; nominal; (air, Ii',;
nominal. Recelpta. ,907; stock, S3,:4.
ST. LOCIS. Oct. . COTTON Quiet.
Middling, Hc. Sales none; receipts
bales; shipments aul hales; sttck 10,200
IS cows 764
48 cows bet
40 steers.... Ml
J. W .
14 oows 748
'Ju steers.... ax
82 steers.... 9rt
U cowa 1024
I cowa 104
Ersptrstel Apples aad Dried Fralta.
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market ta barely ataidy, with
new crop supplies offering at 4Sc. ac
cording to grade, prime fruit fur prompt
shipment In carlota being quoted at SVc.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRl'ITB-Prunca
are firm, with California grades ranging
from fc1! Vc. and tne larger slses of Ore
gon at 9Vr910c. Apricots are firm, with
choice quoted at 16c: extra choice, 17c;
fnncv. lkiCc. Peachea are firm and are
quoted at 10ttUc; , extra cholca. liJUV-
14 feeders.. iW
9 cows 977
11 feeders., ibi
4 bulls 1W7
19 rows I i
77 cows I
44 feeders., m
10 steers. 964
... 4 04
ISO I K
10 4 to
40 I 14
10 I It
... I 311
110 I IT 4,
... I n
It I to
too I to
1 44 ... I 71
SHEEP Recelpta of sheep this morning
were shout the same aa yesterday so far
freah cars being reported In. This makes
the total for the week to dste UO.nm, ss
against 9I.0O0 for the same days last week.
When the market closed yesterday prac
tically everything was sold, barring only
some trashy stock which wss not In very
good request. While II was poaalhle yes
(erday (o point out sales that looked lower
the general market was not much dif
ferent from what It was the day before.
In fact very little change has been noted
In prlcea this week, notwithstanding the
excessively large receipts.
Aa noted yesterday there is, however, a
tendency toward an accumulation of
trashy old ewes. Buyers of ewes have been
looking mostly for fair to good kinds and
have neglected the common and inferior
gradea. There are quite a few of thea
scattered about the barn and they are
selling considerably lower than a week
ago, that Is, around 8325SUdO. Parties
figuring on feeding thet kind of stuff would
do well to get In their orders at once.
The market opened out this morning In
very satisfactory condition, the attend
ance of country buyera, If anything, be
ing larger than yesterday. The market
opened In very fair season and was as ac
tive as could le expected under the cir
cumstances. Prices on both killers and
feeder were not materially different from
Quotations on killers: Good to choice
lambs, 84.80&7.00: fair to good lambs,
St.OOti l.HO; good to choice yearlings, IO.r.1
46.7&; good to choice wethers, l&.OOO
4.25; good to choice ewes. 84.600 4. S.
Quotations on feeders: Lambs, 85. B0 tt
4 7u; yearlings, $6.26 tl .'1 60; wethers, 84. i
ttb.10; ewes, 18.806 4.60; breeding ewss,
85.00 V 885.
At the time of closing this report there
were still s gcod many lambs unsold and
the proxpects teemed to be good for the
market cloa.n- a little easier. In fact,
some of the stiles already mutre looked a
little lower than yesterday. The fact that
over seventy jars of the elghty-flve re
ported In proved to be lambs made too
many of one kind.
120 Nevada yearling feeders
zw Nevada yearlings
lCs Nevada lambs, feeders
249 Nevada yearling feeders
17 Nevada yearling feeders
804 Wyoming lambs, fteders....
97 Wyoming lambs, feeders....
2S6 Wyoming lambs, feeders....
114 Wyoming cull lamba, feeders
1 Wyoming lambs, feeders
361 Wyoming - lambs, feeders....
130 Wyoming lambs
49 Wyoming lamba
42$ Wyoming lambs
861 Idaho lamba, feeders
930 8 00
OMAHA WHOI.KI4LK M4RKtt
Maple aad Fancy rredacav.
EUOS-Per 00a. D,19c.
LIVK l-Ol l.IRY-lirns. 9e; roosters,
tc, tuiseys, vjc; ducks. VylOc; spring
Mj'Tl'fclt-i'atklrg stock. I4c; choice t
fancv dairy, IKu't-. creamery, JTiji'.
HAY-t rices quoted by Omaha rcSd com
any: t'lmicd upland. 4Si4'. medium, .
coatee, 8flivtiS9o. He straw, IS.at'.OO.
U KA N Per Ion, $ib W
SWEET POTATOES Per bid , 82.50
TOMATOES-Home grown, per basket of
: U.S., ittiJ-'C.
WAX BEANS Per msrket basket ot
about 15 U.S., 'jiic.
TI RMP8, BEETS AND CARROTS Paf
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per doA
CELERT-Psr do. 24tT4o.
CLCl AlHERS-liome grown, per do.,
ONIONS Home grown, ISO r'r bl
Span'sh. $1.78 per crste.
tl ft E E N ONloNS-Pe-r dot. bunches, 15.
RAI'ISHES Per doa. bunches, 16T!Oc.
NAVY HEAN8 Per bu $1 ; No. !. 81 Ta,
LIMA BEANS-Ter lb, 6V4C
ORE EN I'EPPERS-I'er msrket baskst.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per Boa, huivohen,
CABBAGE Home grown, per lb.. I1,!).
EOH PLANT per basket. 60c.
POTATOKS-Per bu.. ic.
ORANOES -Valniclas, according to Site,
LEMON8 Mmonlers. extra fancy. ?4
alse. $660; site. $X60; IfiO S'le, 89.50;
other trends. 81 less.
BANANAS Per m'dlum-slsed bunch,
fl.7r?.'A; Jumbos, $irti-J.0u.
DATES Per lb., 6H4V.S.
PEACHES Colorado. .V881.oO; Missouri,
per basket crate, Sl.fJUtf l.; California
bWlwayn. per box, 81 00.
PLUMS Oregon Italian prunes, 81.10.
PEAhS Kartlett, per box. f 3K.
OR APES Home giovin, per -lb baskst.
17c; Tokay, 81.75.
APPLEtf-Per bbl., 8::.4et50.
CRANBERRIES-Per bbl., $4 50.
WATERM ELONit per lb., ln0, or
about :u'uji each.
CANTEI.OCPES Poor quality and not
CUT MEAT PBICKS.
No. 1 rlli.', lie; No. 8 ribs, Hc; No. 8
ribs, 6c; No. 1 loins, 16c; No. 8 loins, 13c:
No. 3 loins, I'c; Nu. 1 chucks, 6c; No. I
chucks, 4c; No, 9 chucks, Sc No. 1 rounds,
9c; Nc '1 rounds. 7c; No. 8 rounds, tic; No.
1 plate, Sc; No. 2 plate, 2i4jc; No. 8 plate, 2c
Ml St i.Ll,A.tOL'8.
SL'OAR Uianulaled cane, in sacks, 85.41;
grauuluted beet, in sucks, 8531.
CHEESE bwiss, new, lc; Wisconsin
btl.'K, H--; Wisconsin llmburger, 13c;
(wins, 14'iC, young Americans, 15ftc.
COKFElfi Roasted, No. 36, iinu par lb;
No. 30, ;u'4c'per lb.; No. S5, IH440 pur lb.;
No. 20. 16 ptr lb.; Nu. 21, KV40 per lb.
SYKUP In bhls., 27c per gai.; In cases,
10-11). cans, $1 70; cases, 11 t-lb. cans, 81. W;
cases, II ',-ib. cans, 91.00.
HONEY Per 24 Iraines. 83.50.
CANNED OOOD8 t.'orn, standard rrest
em, 5o4iioc; Maine, 81.16. Tomatoes, 8-lb.
cutis, 1. 'Ki; -ib.. 'ull.CKI. Pineapples,
grated, Mb., $-'.n.Vp;i aiiccd, el.fvu-'O;
gallon apples, fancy, 4.66; California apri
cots, 81.90(11--25, pears, $1.76yJ.W; peaches.
eacnes, -'.tnf J.w.
m 1 40 1 m u
, 140 1 St) 1 1040 I 41
tM 1 1 11 loot 8 74
IN I 0s I till I 1
, Hi 1 It t 14SU 4 0
lit 4 10
IK 8 to 1 110 t n
1140 t U 1 1150 9 71
100 I II 1 M0 I T
1130 I 10 1 710 I 04
1440 t 71 1 lmo I 4
174 4 40 1 Ill I I
I10 I to
140 I 00 111 Ill I M
STOC'lvERa ANo FEEDEKS.
110 9 0
P. Alllaon. .Nebraska.
177 steers. ..1104 4 lo lo steers. ...1104
ti steers... .L37 9 60
A., leaerllo, Wyoming.
4 cows 177 2 40 16 cows 9(4
8 cow bad 2 90 f feeders.. 664
28 feedera.. t.o 9 40
Puwjll A Blair, Colorado.
It cowa W2 2 50 cows 908 9 60
ISO U steers.... 930 SM
L. A B. Co.. Coloraao.
2 ta 40 cowa as 9 86
9 v It cowa 64 8 W
2 tw 9 cowa 957
8 ot 11 heifera... 837
2 i It steers.. 877
L. Hodgs, Nebraska.
cowa lutjS l is 2 cows...
4 steers.. . Km 1 so
J. L. Gemlng, Nebraska.
9 heifers... 562 2 40 17 heifers.,. CM
17 cows... . 9J2 t 00 22 cows 796
17 calves... 177 4 7t
Brliton Bros.. Nebraska.
17 heifera... 722 2 40 13 cowa 962
I cows 10U 9 uo 9 feeders.. 9i5
Valent.ne A B.. Nebraska.
83 mixed ! ' " It cowa 1010
Mrs. Minnie UU1, Idaho.
IS ferdcrs.. not 8 so 11 cows 9tiS
8 80 17 cowa 10(4
8 60 '10 heifera... Atii
Frank Wald. I'tah.
44 feeders.. 4 IM 6 feeders.
7 feeders., oat s iv
Reed A Davidson, Idaho.
It feeders.. 937 8 23 feeders . 948
a ensi llt' 8 25 10 cows 94
dwan i,ani c isms lo., Wyoming.
..941 I 00
C. A. Peseh. Colorado.
49 cows &A4 S 50
Smith A I., Wyoming.
28 cows N 13'
Petersen A Snoddy, Nebraska.
84 feeders.. I'M 4 05 14 cows 9:0 8 50
24 cows 890 8 10
George Rauer, Suuth Dakota
T3 steers. ...1147 4 a
US Idaho lamhr,
147 Idaho lambs
000 Idsho lambs, feeders
647 Idaho lamba, feeders
182 Idaho lambs, feeders.,
Wa Idaho lambs, feeders
24 South Dakota wethers
23H Wyoming yearlings
269 Wyoming yearlings
75 South Dakota lambs
(62 Utah lambs, feeders
1050 I'tah lambs, feeders
278 Idaho lambs, feeders
70 Wyoming lambs
IM Wyoming Ismbs
Jlst Montana ewes feeder
968 Wyoming lamb feeders....
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Tea Cents Higher
Hogs Strong; to Steady.
CHICAGO. Oct. 4. CATTLE-Receipts
000 head; market steady to 10c higher;
common to prime 83.7j4S7.0O; cows 82 70
4.75: heifers 8260fi.36; bulls 82.4044.60;
calvea 83.0Oi&.O0; stockers and feedera 82.25
HOGS Receipts 14,000 head: market
etrone- at start, but eased off later, closed
about steady: choice to prime heavy 8B.70
t4).90; medium to good hesvy $o.noa6j;
butcher weight 8S.70f.i4 5; good to choice
mixed $6.&0tteV70; medium mixed packing
S6.5ni36.60; rough heavy parking 861ivri4.8ft;
straight heavy packing W.3.V(i6.0O; pigs
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 22.000
hesd: market weak and 10c lower. Sheen
85.00irj6.25; yearlings 96.60tifi.75; lambs 85.60
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Oct 4-BEEVES-Recelpts
93 head; markel feeling steady for good
and choice beeves; weak for others; about
70 csrs for Friday's market. Liverpool
and London rattle market steady.
CALVES Receipts, 2X4! head; veals, quiet,
but steady; graasers and western dull
snd neglected; veals 86 0012.9.0C; (hruwouts,
84 50; good grassers, 8V4.25; dressed calves,
slow; city dressed veals. SVc13'4c per
pound; country dressed, 84H2c.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts 8.934
head. Sheep almost nominal; lambs dull
snd easier except for strictly prime stock.
Sheep S4.lOfr6 50: culls, 83.00; Iambi, common
(o good. 96.nfetr7.00;- prime Block quoted at
8? 00: rulls 84.6tsft.50.
HOGS Receipts 1.810 head. Market
steady; good heavy to light state and
Pennsylvania hogs, 86.R5fi7.00.
fancy. ll.7Mi2.40; H
Alaska salmon, red
K., 92.10; fancy aockeye,
C. peat hi
, 81.25: fan
ye. F., 81.
Kaasaa City '-Live Stork Markel.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 4. CATTLE Re
ceipts., 8,0iO head. Including 1,M0 southerns;
market steady to strong; top quarantine,
$385: choice export and dressed beef steers,
85.5isii6.bO; fair to good. 84.05.40; western 1
Vi oil, 82.56; mustard, 83.00. Sweet pota
toes, $1 1'rul.ro; sauerkraut, 8100; pump
kins. 40c44100: wsx beans, 2-lb., 66fi0c;
lima beans, 2-lb., 75C45I1 35; spinach, Il.SS;
cheap peas, 2-lb., 40c; extra, 76t('jOc; fancy,
CURED FISH-Fnmlly whlteflsh, per
quarter bbl., 100 lbs., 84.00; Norway mack
eral, No. 1, 828 00; No. 2, 821.00; No. 8, 820.00;
Irish, No. 2, 816.00; herring, in bhls., 200 Iba
each, Norway, 4k. 812.00; Norway. 3k, tlS.OO;
Holland, mixed, $11.00; Holland herring, lu
kegs, milkers. 80c: kegs, mixed, 70c.
FISH Buffalo, large dresaed, 8c; trout,
medium or large, dressed, 12c; pike, dressed,
11c; halibut, fine stock, 11c; catfish, dressed
16c; bullheads, dressed and skinned, 12c,
white perch, dressed, 6c; crapples, large.
12c; sunflsh, pan sue, 6c; white bsss, extra
choice, 12c; pickerel, 9c; salmon, Chinook,
lie; white fish (froien). 12c; mackerel
(Bpanlstv). lfc; Nadve, per fish. lRr";26e;
codfish, fresh, frosen. l'c; flounders, fresh,
frozen, 11c; blueflsh, fresh frosen, 16c;
haddock, fresh frosen, 10c; red snapper,
dressed, 12c; smelts. No. 1, per lb., 12c;
lobsters (boiled), per lb., 40ei green, 87c:
eel, per lb.. lKc; frog legs, per doa., 26c;
roe shad, 81 each; shad roe, pair, 4Kn.
H. B. Davia of Sterling, Colo., W. A.
Nl'TB Pecans, large, per lu., lfc; smnll,
per lb.. 11c. Almond, soft shells, per lb.,
16c; hsrd shells, per lb., 13Q14c. Cocoa
nuts. 84.00 per sack of 100.
HIDES AND TALLOW Green salted.
No. 1. 13c; No. f, 12c; bull hldeo,
I04c; green hides. No. 1, 12lie: No. 3. HV4c;
horse, $1.6ij8.76; sheen pelts, tOc4126. Tal
low, No. 1, 4 Ho: No. 1. 8Hc ,
WOOL-Per lb.. 18326c.
BOSTON, Oct. 4. WOOI, Msrket was
firm, active In some 'directions and dull
In others. No large blocks of territory
wool have been received; territories or
moving freely. Pulled wools are steady.
In foreign wools the purchase of t.000
bales of New Zealand rross-hreds, run
ning from 46a to 66c by a New England
mill was the feature of the week. Prices
rsnged from 41c to 44 He leading quo
tations follow: Mlauourl combing, three
eighths blood. S8&S6c; quarter blood, 334
34c Texas, scoured basis, fine 12-months',
7278c; 8 to S-mnnths, 4769c; fine fall
clean, 68fr)60c. California, scoured baali,
northern choice, 6870c; northern good,
6SCtf 70c; middle county, 45j 86c; southern,
6263c; fall free, 5667c. Oregon,
scoured basis, eastern No. 1 staple, 72 44
74c; No. 1 clothing. 4711.690; valley No.
I, 60462c. Territory staple, scoured
basis, fine, 73 75c; fine medium. 68 4J'70&
Territory, ordinary, scoured basis, fine.
70iL72c; line mcaium, os'iomc: mnuiuin,
66(4 68c. Colorado and New Mexico spring,
scoured basis, X, 68&70c; No. 1, 64 O 600.
Pulled wool, scoured basis, extra, 7l74c;
fine, 6569c; A superfine, 60&64c; , B
LONDON, Oct. 4. WOOL Ths fifth
series of the 1906 wool auction sales
closed today. A miscellaneous selection
of 6,227 bales was taken quickly at full
rates. Following are the sales in, detail
New South Wales, 200 balea: scoured, 101
61s 7Vd; greasy, Vid. Queenxland, 200
bales; scoured, Is ldtfls d. Victoria,
100 bales; scoured, 1s 7Hd; greruy, 6d4
lid. South Australia, 100 bules; greasy,
8d!Hd. West Australia, 400 bales:
acoured. 74 lid. New Zealand, 4,60(1
bales; scoured, lOdOls 11 Hd; greasy, 4dt
Is Id. - Cape of Oood Hope and Natal, 600
bsles; scoured. 10(142 Is Met ; gretwy. 6 3d.
When the series opened prlcea declined,
but later competition strengthened and
merinoes recovered the loss and finished
a- ar.fr, a sn. .tn-..r. v .uaa a wi ui i
IT A ' ..r.rV.en '.TlTr. 15 El 1 sa- l7,v!., I today unchanged from the July avurage.
?owa 42 tfIi0- nttfie ctvs SCOffii 8? Fine gradea showed a hardening tendency.
heife ' Si 6fta4 90- b iTui It u,l 5.' Cross-breds were maintained at the open.
D.V.Y.! WlyZlJImiiW bUll W'0'-26 Ing level except coarse, which waa ocoa-
1 ..V..-,'o .r..- r.'. ennn 1 1 j. alonallv easier. Cape of Oood Hone an
steady; top. 8i.56; bulk of aalea. 9R.40titl.5ft
heavy, 86.4tii6 45; packers,. $6 40tr6.56 ; pigs
and light. 85.75ft 6.S6.
SHEEP AMD LAMRS Receipts. 9.600
head; market Meady to weak: Hn.bs. 85.it
7.85: ewos and yearlings, 84.7116.50; western
ieaxllnga, 85.0fsU5.75: weatern sheep, 84.25
6.26; stockers and feedera, J3.5trjj6.50.
t. trftsila Live Stock Markel.
ST. LOCIS. Mo., Oct. 4. CATTLE Re
celpta, 8.500 head, Including 1. ,60 head
Texans; market higher; native shlptliu
and export steers. 84.8u4jttO; dressed beef
and butcher steers, MOft ii; strers undt-r
1,000 pounds, 8S-5U(i4.50; stockers and f ed
era $2.0014 50: cows and helfeia. t2.M-i.J;
canners. 81 Kit26: bulls. HOO-tH-dO; civs,
S3 tft47 60: Texas and Indian steers, :.iOu
5.10: cows and heifera. 92 0(408 50.
HOGS Receipts, s.ftvf) head: insrktt
si end v: pip and lights. 84.l64p6.70; puckers,
8640436.75; butchers snd best heavy, S8.ttr
SHEEP AND t.AMBS Rece pts. 100!
head: market seedy; nstlve mu'nii". 81.0)1
5 50: lambs, H'.FiTIG: 'i l snd bucks, I
a, c.-s tA- .'ru-lrura to L61 1 1
Natal were good, especially greasy was
In good demand throughout the aeries
with sn occasional sale at a decline of
6 per cent. During the sales Americana
bought. 2,000 bales, home traders 84,00
bales and continental buyera, 38,000 bales.
ST. LOU I U, Mo., Oct. 4. WOOL
Steady; medium grades combing and
clothing. 23-27V4c; light fine, ijfljlcj
heavy fine, 14 17c; tub washed, 32 d 81a
Olla aad Itoaln.
OIL CITY. Pa.. Oct. 4.OIL Credtt
balances 81.68; runs 114.934 bbla.; average
111,816; shipments. 133.653. average 143.0OO.
SAVANNAH. Oa., Oct. 4. OIL-Turpen-tlne.
firm; sales, 1,751 bhls.; shipments, 734.'.
ROSIN Firm; sale". l.dfiS bhls. Quote:
A. R. C. 84.05; D . 84-10: K.. 84 15; F.. 84.20;
O . Hi H . 84 30: I . 84.40: K.. S4 4X); M.,
$4 o5; N., 86.30; W. O.. $6 40: W. W.. S 60,
REAL KITATK TIlAMilKUI.
In.peti.tl Investment company 10
Cora P. Lan-.oreax, lot 4. block 1,
First riibuiv., U rlitln A Smith's. ... 1,(08
C era B. rhacaleior.i et al. lo Hust
ings A Heyden, taxlut t, section
a. Joseph Live gtock Market. 4-i-13 8.500
ST JOSEPH, Mo.. Oct. 4. CATTLE P.e-' Fanny L. Farmer to Bartholomew 1
ceipts 1626 head; market 'trong; ratlve. i ec..neil. lot ii. ulork 3. Leioni s.... J6t)
94 60436 26; cows, and h'i'e s, 41 6j4i4 75; ' Fr:tnk Thompson to chrlts Le.ild
stockers snd freders. 88.ftaJi4.J1, I Tnomss. lot 7 block 1. Orchard
HOB-Rolrli. 4.M5 re-d: market :ci 'Hut a,0
I ...r. Irs 18:6: rule. 'HPSn i. r ial'" nitsiu-r -j iimnn wmi
IHKKP 1MI l.JS 1 Lej tsc-ip;s, . 1 11: iniiiw-. - - . mm
..rt markrt strong: lamhrA. 87.35. let t o(
.... . . I M.ciiael J. Roche anl v.-lfe to Josr-ph
glseek It. Sight. K ie ind wife, part of lot 16.
Receipts ef live stock st the six rrtn ptl 1 Kountie 2d acd !.6t4)
; Kansas City ...
rit. joaepn ....
10 steers. .
I o rows 9" 9 00
8 00 7 cows 978 8 7t
8 00 3 cows 101! 2 40
8 70 it feeders.. 944 9 9n
9 90 4 users. ... 957 8 ft
8 65 4 steers . 967 8 "I
3 M I cows 1018 J 90
3 I" '
Va v nir.nl. err to Carl Ciivnlln et nl..
Sheep : iota 7 and S. block 12. Rose H II
! I.UllD'a Nor vail and htushand lo Joseph
F. Peidlnx. H of lot 7, Mock 6,
46 Krur.txe's 4th sdd
8.711 lm.it Ho-tin- ni.d wife to Minna
lA)i M.'iiain. lot 7. blick i Map.e Ornve.
2-.'Ol) South OtcIis :..:...,
i Jo'-.r, W. McPonrld to Christen
St.":? I Trls'rup. lot 11, block '1, Omahit
, View -. i
Jose -ir-" Probe-' and wife - to J iraea
FaiSfleld. !nt 81. block I.- McOavock
jerir.l Tele.; e. o fee"- s. ajiuth O
head: FMra B. Patrick to
market steady: hemvr. S4.18i6.2l; cows ami i 'i-tls. tots 6 and 4.
heifers. 82 Ua4:5; str-kers snd fdrs, ' lat '5. block :, A.. 8.
S3 tess 4. i; calves an" r -vsr'uige-, 43.7Mt.3.7;i. ' - ... - .. .
HOUS-Retelyta, 1.C00 head; niarl.et Total 111,219
, lloai fjly Live leet
SIOl'X CITY. la.. Oct 4
gram.) t. a r 1 i.r- itece.pts.
block 9, and
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