Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 15, 1906, Page 7, Image 7
Till: OMAHA HAIFA HKH: MoXMAY, OCTOHKK 15. 190l CRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Oplnim ti Wbat from Aeron W.tr An BuUisk. V C00D BUYING IN' DECEMBER AND MAY Prices tp Half real Over Fffiln IHr OsTerlaae Mal la rn aad Belli Make Bet ef Ossertaaltr. OMAHA. Oct. 1J. W:. Europe eent bullish opinion on wheal pVl tha northwest, on iiaht receipt, was 'ned to bur. In consequence lha loc.il 'at showed ood buying vt all monu. ,ly May. Irlces were H'"c aoov 'I . ... ... ,lonai operations, innuencra uv me Rr In whnt, mit com up aharply. nrf were lig-ht and tha bull mada the of their opportunities. Weather coii- n are Ideal fur the hanrillnK of tha and there eaem to he nethinaT to lus- buying. The movement In rather tree lan.S"1 demand very moderate. KecJtnta Here llhenl and nrtcea did not fully sympathize with the movement In .wheat. Early in the day there waa some buying by scalpers, but the market did Dot . take offering , very kindly. Kvontually j some of the buyers of yesterday turne'l i eellera. Primary whe-it receipt were 1.06?.nno bushels and shipments 4to,A bushels, asjalnst receipts liist yosr tr 1.1,' bush ' ala and shipments of 44 ono bushela. Col t, j-eceipts were 529,001) bushels and shipments S'M.Kio bushels, against rcrelpt last year f ITTi.Oxj huiheln and shipments of V3.X bushels, flea ranees were M5,nu b'tshcls of hfHt, 3".' barrels of flour. ISt.Hi) bushels of corn and 2i.fJO bushela of Ms. Liverpool closed VJfd higher on wheat and unchanged to td higher on corn. Uroomhatl estimates world wheat ship ments, for Monday at io.4WU"J bushels. Exporters say bids fov northern sprlntr ' wheat are food,' but" they can't compete i with northweet millers. Ueinrunl for Maul- tnba la good, at increased limits. Local rang of options: Article.) Open.) Hlh. Ixw. Close. Ya'ir. Wheat I I"o.... May... Corn Dec.... May... f4 7Vi i., ....1 r.' OBMka task Rales. WHKAT-Nrt. I hard, 1 oar. tUc; No. 3 hard. 1 rnr, 67!ti No,- 4 hsJd, 1 car. 67c; 1 car. fic. CORN No. I, 1 car, Wic Omaha Caslt rrlees. . . WHEAT No. I bard. ffTWaWic; No. 3 'hard. 637c; No. 4 hard, 6Jjj6c; No. 3 'prlTic, 67Vc. , cjiRN-No. 1 38Vic: No. 3 yellom-, W9 : asMta", No. 3 white, . t)J'Jft No. i mixed, ,i,iiftaO.ic: No. 3 h?.e. MSWAc: No. 4 white, SOVirtfaoajc KIM NO. Z. 6SC; NO. 3. MVC. Carlot Receipts , Wheat. Corn. Oats iCMlce 61 Hi W IKananaClty 17 .49 44 rMlnneatolla 'JZi Omaha 14 Si 60 rouluth LK4 '8U Louis 61 60 113 CH1CAUO UR4M AND I'HOVISlOSS ttarca af h Tradlaar aad riaslaaT Prleea om Rnani af Trade. "H1CAOO. Vt? - '-IJa-ht receipts at the Srlnclpal aram center . In the 1'nlted tHten caused strength today In the local wheat market. At the close wheat for )Xecember delivery waa up Hp. Corn fup ,c. Oat were off a shado. I'rovlslous I were Sti'ihic. to loc higher, . I Tb webat market was strong all day. bullish sentiment increasing as trading progressed. At the opening ehnrts and commission houses were active blddera and throughout tha entire day demand con tinued urgent.' Firm cables- and continued .ilsrht receipts In the northwest a era tha chief strengthening factors early in the Mftasion. jotai arrivals toaay at Minnean- IaIIm anil na uuiuin were duo cars, enmpareu 14 car on tha corresponding day paat w4 week. -. This was deemed algnlncant hn view of tbe extremely favorable weather 4r invvvinrnii I.' u ma mo law null wl v.itt lay the market was further strengthened ay the amallnesH of priinary reoelpis, total arrivals today' being l,067,0i)o bushels, com pared with 1.17J.CKO bushels the correspond ing day cms ytar ago. The market closed sarongs Uacembnr - opened,. W4YW higher at 73Ho to 74SW74HC advanced to 75c and glosed at 74Tc. Clearances of wheat and Sour wera equal to 6fl,noo bushels. Minne apolis, Iuhith nd Chleago reported re ceipts of MS cars, against 834 curs last week and 763 cars a year ago. Fear of a car shortage which would bam per tha frea -movement of the new crop had a strengthening effect on tha corn market. The market' Was also af fected by tha strength of wheat. Local receipts were lesa than had been estimated and thla Inspired some demand, which cams mostly from shorts. The close was firm. December opened unchanged to 5 higher at Wnc. advanced to. 42fJ!to and closed at ilHc- Local receipts were 313 ban, with 19u cars of contract grade. Moderate demand by shorts and cash In terest held the oata market steady de Spite considerable selling by local long. The strength of wheat and corn waa a Bullish influence. Xecember opened a shade go Ho higher at 34C to 34734 Ho, sold be Ifjon Maa4Hc and closed at 330. Lo ta". reoelDta wera 347 cars. Tovlelona Were firm throughout tha en- lr seseHon. - October rlba wera especially and ciosea at an advance or 36c coin ed with yesterday's final Quotations. A o advance In the price of live hogs waa ne or the emer reasons lor tne nrmnesa. t the close January Dork waa ur 10c. t 3L3.77H- Lard ss up WW, at JS.17H. tins were bdio nigner. at tt.i Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat, S.B A. J w.. v Tre leading futures ranaed as follows: tlrUa I rtnait I UUh I Taw I firm Y.-'v T4' 74-' 744 7 45-41 79!7rcefl'T 7 ij4l i -V ' '44X; ' 44! f ' I 14.. 14U - I 44 . 44i. A3 U'i CH-o4 42 43U! 4''Vi 4 4.141 ' 4 4S'4S 44 34', 3f. SeH'tJ'HI ",!36H14 804 13(0 13 70 9 13 7T4i U 7tJ is u 25 j 3 . S l.'V 1741 R 12 $ Is ' 7 424l 8 SO t!f t 4-"4 7 474 No. I. Cssh nuolstlors were as follows: FLOUR llrm; winter i.atents, .: winter strajghta $H.0t ve; spring pat ants, $3.8 90; kprinil strnifThts. $3 "Mff! 60; bakers $2 30i?2 90. WHEAT No.- t sprina. TT!.-: No. 2 aining. ?UX-c No. 3 red. t!ra72K,e. CORN No. t 45flmjc: No. ? vellow, 4R4c. OATS No. t. J'fo; No. 2 white, S44W Bc; No. i White. 32tl41c. RYF-No. 3. tie. B A RLK Y Inod feeding. 304540c; fair to choice malting. 44Wsc. HEKDS No. 1 tiax. $1 0C4,: No. 1 norfh weatern. $1 U'4- Prlnie timoihy, $J.K. Clover, contract grade. $8.0. lenVISlONS flhort nbi. sides (loosed. r-(.7S. Mess pork, per bb.. tltso; Ird, per 1() lbs., $.. Hliort dear sides (boxed 1, 0?V$"- Y Following were the receipt, and ship mer.ia ot flour and grain: Rorelpts. Shipments. Flour, bbls i;,i0 bd j-jO wheat, bu V.4 r...Se0 frn, bu 2.',n0 130.U) Oats, bu $70. 337,7"U hye. bu .x 4x barley, bu..... 13.KH 34.700 On the Produce exchange todar the butts- market a steady; creameriea, 19 0 264c; dairies. lei2- Eggs, eteady; at mark, cases tnd.iried. &-i(lc; flru, ae: prime firsts, fcHo; extras, tao. Cheese, strong, l34t!lJc. 3aaaaa 1T Orala aaa PmtIiUh, AV8A8 CITY. Oct. 13.-WHKAT-De-hr, 4UHc; May. Tic. Caah: Mo 1 hard ft;.; a3c; No, 3 red, 724j72Ho; Wo. 3 ffu . CtjRN-Deceiriber. $7Sf: May. ?Hc Cash: ho. 1 mixed. i.4tc; No 3 white, 42c. 0ATS-N0. I wUiie, SStW31c; No. S mixed, :.(iUP-Firm;' extras, 22c; first, 21o; sec end. l4c. HAY-Firm; choice timothy, $11.7601100; Choice prairie, t9.2K09.ta IIT e--rieauy, vmixw. HUTTKR-Creamery. 2c: aacktr.g;. lc. in. euipiiteiiTa hrat. bu ...SI.'aVI .. 14X0u) rt V- bu 2.w l.ox D bu 23 17,000 I Jilreraaa': Orafa aa PrTlslas. lUl'IZRFOOT. O. t. 73 WTIEAT-Market ralt, Kv. I red r. esters winter U 104U. i n lynsat Corn Oct. stay Oats Dee. '34 434! July 5ri''l4 Jork- Jan. 13 70 Oct. g,i V Nov. I S s 74 Jan. SU'Vst' Hlbs i Oct, 15 6 Jan. T 4$4l !'' Future: Market steady; l"-enTbci, Sa siarrn, i mi. 4. ORIS- Hpol: Market en" ; American i mixed. 4h 7VI. t itiir': MurWet quiet; j trtoter, nmnliini; lcinluT, 4e 4V.d; Jmiu- , er, 4e VI- UW tliRK I.CM.II l M tltKIM ! Maatailons of the liar on tarlnas t'ammndltlea. NK1V TOIIIC. m-t. J:! Kt -Mielnls. 81. bblK.: expnns. 5. si I bhls.; sales. I psa.; Hf'Hiiy i. jtrin. with n tmiderata n pih'kI; M:nn s. s pt'ent. t4.iri 4 4; Min'i". sntn bak'T. M.4"J: winter put' nls. 7j 44.10; winter Mr.imhn l-i VhS wlnfi-r txirss, f;.vi3.r; winter Kw grd. I' 7S S 3. It.vt flour. Pnn; f ilr o gix'd. IP. 'F'ft' Jxi; chon e to fiincv. it I lo. Kuckwhert flour, ssl-sdv, $J.3iiS. N. sp'il and to arrive. HI f'KW liKAT-rl-ni. H d-Mlvereti at New York. t.r)RNMKAI-Strailv; line while ntirl yel low. l.aii!).LT, kiiiisc, D l'ir.il.U; kiln drliil, JL'.7f.i-ri.. RT K Firm; No. 2 wroten. 6c c f-. New Vork. PARLKV-'tf :id ; ,'redinc. 4Jr. . I. f., Ruffs In; ninltitiK. 4MiKw. c. I. f.. Buffnlo. XVHKAT Recelp's. i2 bu.; exports, 4""0 bu.; sm!-s. V.o' bu. futures. Spot, firm; No. 2 red, 7V.C, elevator, and Wte, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern, lluluth. "n, f. o. b., afV.nt; No. 2 hard winter. Kk, t. o. b.. ufi'..i.. There was a strong and active market for wheat tndnv. in- fluencerl by bullish tables, pronpects 'or ighter world shipments and find bull .". port. rlosins- i'i4e net higher. Mi'y. M ll-llinr. 7-b"c, dosed at 5V-; 1 eceinl r. KM-WoK'mc. closed at s?Sc CORN Receipts. LVOV) bu ; nales. 10,'vi b'l. futures. Spol, s'.eadv: No. 2, "ie. elevator, and S4'4o. f. o h.. afloat: N". -yellow. 8.V; No. 2 white, RRc. The option market was Mrmer. with wheat c!o-itiR kC net higher. Januaiy dosed at 41'c: Ma. 4!,i'!i4!'c, closed lit 4")-c; December rinsed at 6le. OATH Receipt W.'Oo bu.: exports. ln.fifiC bu. Spot, firm; mixed oats, L'H to 32 lh.. f.tiHc; nntnrsl wlille. .TO to SS Ihs., ni'n'4i':r clinped white, 3S to 40 lbs.. 41?r44'4c. FE1CD Firm; sprlnir bran. $-1.10 for Oc tober shipment; mlditlliu's. 1 121.10 for Oc tober shipment; cltv, XSt.VitHXi.wn. HAT Btendy; shippiiiK, .fi7nc; good to choice. 9ifi".i5c. HOPS tjuift : state, common to choice. IPes, crop. 20fi2lc: rmp, W-filSe; TnciflC coast Vfl crop, WfilWc: J906 crop, 12ftl6c. HinKR-Rteadv; Galveston. 20 to ' lbs.. 30c- California. 21 to 28 lbs., 21c; Texas dry, 24 to lbs., lic. T.KATHKR-Quiet; acid. 264T27c. PROVISIONB Heef. stesdv; family. 413.Sl: mess, .KKj9.'4; beef hams. fJl.nrM 22 50; packet. $10. (jivfj 10.50; city extra India megs. IM.S.tT.(A Cut meats, steady; pick led bellies. 3l0 2r.12V): pirkled shoilderi. nominal; pirklod hom. ItiW. Iird. steadv; western prime, J0.4TftO.tK: refined firm; continent. to.K; South Amerira, $12.05: com- foiiPd. $7.7S5iS.OO. fork, steady; famllv, I0 0(V,i1M: short clear,. $1H..t01i 1S.2:; mess, 1S.0"'&18.oO. . , . TALLOW Steady; city (2 per pkg.), oc; country (vkga. free). SMiGSc. RICR; rirm; domestic, fair to extra, 34? Cic: Japan, nominal. PREBSKD rOt'I.TRT Pull : western springs. 10016c J spring turkey. 16S20c; fowls. 12il4Hc. Bl'TTKft Firm; street price, extra creamery, 26'4'rt 27a Official prices: Cream oiv. common to extra, ISffiSbWc; held, sec onds to extra, 21 ft 2tit-: state dairy, common to fnncv. 18i7 2c: renovated, common to extra, l(VS22c; western factory, common to firsts, KrWl9Vc; western imitation cream ery, flrfts. 20c. CHEKSF Firm: state, full creams. small fancy, J.ivc; jiiate, iair to kouu, 12W12c; state. large, fancy, 13We; state, fair to good, 12k 13c; atate, in terior. 10illHc. KOrsSi fitronr: state. Pennsylvania snd nearby fancy selected, white. :;533v, state. choice, "amc; state, mura iancy. usa, western firsts. 2Sfi2fiic; official price, 23'ia !5c; seconds, 22Cd24e. Kt. I.anla General Market. RT T.nt-TH. Oct. 13. WHEAT Futures. higher; cash low; trackL No. 2 red cash, ittfyfl (tic ; rso. tiaru, ('.iiik, iwiiiuci, 7aHc: May. 777fi73c. Vdn Higher: track No. 2 cash. 4u1i'!J 4BHc: December, 40-Siih 404)C ; May, WSc; No. 2 white. 4S'4c. , OATS iilKncr; iraea -. - i' on. December, MTc; May, 33c; No. 2 white, Z5 irijrVfTR Firm: red winter patents, $3.23 S.70; extra fancy unu siraignt. j.waj.w; clear, li.vnn.vo. . . HAY Firm; tlmolity, i.'.wi.w; prairie, $10.00j 12.60. CORN MKAli-Bteaoy. -.o. BRAN Kasler; racked, east track. 85!886c. B;KD Timothy, steady, $J.u0jH.W. IRON COTTON" T1KS4-81.02. BAOOINO 94c. . . HEMP T WINK 9c. PROVISIONS Pork. hiches: lobbing. tlt.flO. Lord, steady; prime steam, $8.80. Drv aalt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts. $9.26; clear ribs. $9,624: short clear, $9,874. Hacon, steady; boxed extra, short.. ll&oO; clear ribs. $10 624; short clear, $10,874- POLLTRY Weak: chlcKens, svk'ujoc; springs. 94r(il0c; turkeys, 13c; ducks, 10c; geese, 9c. BUTTER Steady: creamery, SligSTHc; dairy, 1822c. ,. KG Go steady, 13c cose count. i Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls 8.000 10.000 Wheat, bu tB.Oco 41,0iK Corn, bu , fiO.nno 4.ooo Oats, bu 114,000 . . 69,000 Minneapolis Grain Market. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Oct. 13. FLOUR, firm; first patents. J4.aKB4.30; second pat. ents, $4.1O4.20; first clears, $3.26(83.J5; seo ond clears, J2.4Cko2.50, In Wood f. o. b., Mln neanolis. FLAX Fair demand; to arrive closed at tl.OPS: closing price waa 91.094. BRAN In bulk, $14.2514.60. (Superior Board of Trade quotations for Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The range of prices, as reported by F. D. Day dt Co., 110-iu noara or mat, was: Articles. Open. Hlgh. Iw. Close. Wheat Dec... May... July... Flax Oct..., Nov... Dec... May... 744 1H 79 794 74 784 4 744 74 74 78V4 794 1 124 1 114 1 0D4 1 134 1 114 1 114 1 ll.l 1 11 1 11 1 09 1 0941 1 1341 1 ( 1 12 1 Li Minneapolis Caah Close Wheat: No. 1 hard. 774c; No. 1 northern. 774cr to ar rive, 76c; no. 1 nonnern, ia,c; to arrive, 744c; No. t, 724fcWtc; No. 1 durum. ; to arrive, 34c; No. 2 durum, 24ct to ar rive. Tc. Corn; No. yellow, 43c; No. 3 'kc. Oats: No. t white, ;il4e: No. . 294'ii0!)4'.. Barley: 3649c. Rye: 674 W 6'1c Flax: tl.03. Pbtladelpbia Pradara Market. PHIIjA DELPHI A. Oct 1$. BUTTER Finn, good demand; extra western cream ery, ofliclal price, 264c; street price, 37 274c; extra, nearby prints, sac. EGGS Steeply, fair demand; nearby fresh and western fresh, 26c, at mark. CHEBSRV-Flrm. fair demand. New York full creams, .fancy, 13Hii.l34,c ; New York full creams, choice, 134; New York full creams, fair to good, l2A,(l.'ic. ' Pearla Grata Market. PEORIA, Oct. J3.-CORN-8teady: No. 3 yellow and No. 3, 4G4c; No. 1, 444c; no grade. 4Giti4S4c. OATS Higher; No. I white. 3.1:(i'SS4c; No. I white. S.4f84c; No. 4 white, 324c RYE Firm; No. I. 44rtc. WHISKY-On basie of tl.3 for finished goods. Mllwaakee Grata Market. MILWAUKEE, Oct. U-WHBAT-Bieady: No. 1 northern, 79flfte; No. 2 north ern. 75B794c: December. 747c. . RYl--Steady; No. 1, t4H'ge. BARLKY Steady ; No. 2. 65c; sample, 3 Q644c- COKN Steady; No. t cash, 4c; Decem ber. 424c. Dalath Grata Market. DULUTH. Oct. 13-WHEAT-On trscfc, No. 1 hard. 7S4e: No. 1 northern, 77"; No. 3 northern. 764c; October. 774c; De cember. 764c; May, 794e; July, 804c. OATS To arrive, S24c. Taleda Seed Market. TOLEDO. Oct. IS SEEDS Clover, cash, t-174: October, $8,174; December, ts.274; Umothy, $1924; alslke, $7.25. Oils aad Reals. NEW YORK. Oct. 13. OII.3 Cot tonseed oil, easy; prime crude, f. o. b., mills. 2V4 'rr; yellow. 41c. Petroleum, steadv; re fill ed. New York. r.5: Philadelphia and Baltimore, $7.4; Philadelphia and Balti more, in bulk, $1.33. Turpentine, ateadr, ti4c. ROSIN Steady: strained, common to good, $4 26. SAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct. 1J.-TURPEN-TINE Steady. t4e. ROSIN Firm; sales, 1.877 bbls.: recelnM. 1 Kit bbls,; shipmenus. K bbls.; stock, tin. 777 bbls ; A, B and C. $4 06; D. $4 00; K. 4..i6; F, $K: O, $4 4"' H. 14 46: I $4 6"; K. $4.73; M. $3 20; N. t 50; W. U-. $3 "0; W. W.. $VM. rasTaa Market. NEW YORK, Oct. lS.-COFEEFMarket for coffee futures opened steady at un changed prices to an advance of t point, which was a. shade better ihan due on j qalct aud the market eatried uff slightly during tlie morning. uiu!-r mniini.t of-' terms, in n euwenc stippoii inc close as btiely sfady, ml ui h itilitU to i puima lower. Sm, e i reu-iied of H.iVm ban, mi Imltna 1 -tuner st IV, Mareh. Mnv. s l'r.,n Hnl Aiisusl, .V: "iot Rio. steady; No. 7 ii, voice. 'o. OM til t WIIOt,f;S t.st sttltKET. j t'onditlea at Trade and Uantatlnas ea Staple asjrt rnary Predare. i;; ;s-ivi' doi . jc L1VK POL L I l-Hens. 54c- roetr, J4'! turkejs, ltc; duck 9(fl0c; spring clllcK' n, !'e. Bl'TTKR Parking stcck. l4c; choice to fancy . dan y, 'sik.-. creamM, j;"y.'c. HAYi-l'in-fS quoted by UuiMha F. -tf com pany: Choice uuland. $v 5"; rnedtcni. I? W coarse, (.'.) y Rye straw, K.i.i.tW. BRAN -Per ton,.:u.OO. VLdKTAKLr'.P 8WEET Pi.Vf ATOiiS Per bbl $..M. TOM A IUKS-lion e ttosn, per u,"t of Ihs . .bain:. TURNIPS, BEKTS AND CARROTS-Pr bu., 7..c. LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per doa heads. ?c. t'KI.ERV-Per dos.. 2040c. l.'l'ClBIiHi -Home grown, per dos.. 16c. ONIONS Hume crotrn, C6c per bu. ; Span ish. $1.7.1 per crate. NAVY MEANS-Ter Du.. $1 S3; No. 2, $1.7. LIMA KEANH- P r lb.. 4c, OR KEN PtPPERS-Per market basket. Inc. PARSLEY Hothouse, per dJi. buiwhea c. CABHAOn-Hoine grown. pr lb.. H4a EfiJ PLANT ner liuslret Roe POTATOES Per bu., 50'Sfi6c. TROPICAL FRUITS. ORANnRM.-VaUnelu. . e..r.r,l In aire. $4.2ii'rtio LEMONS l.lmonlers. ertrj fjnry. N size, $7.30; 300 size, $S..Wft9.00; SiX) size.' t 5o 9.": other brands $1 less. B A is ANA Pe 1 nu dim-slzed bunch, $1.7j'&2."6; Jumbos, $2.303.00. fAT Ea i er lb.. 6'un'6. FRUIT8. PEACH ES Colorado. KOeTill 00: Cali fornia Falways, per box, $1.00. 1-1. i jih-oreyon lL.nian prur. PEARS Dr Anno ner tiny t?. (ti): Kelfer. $l.7f.i2.0O. APPLES Ben Davis, per bbl.. $2.00; Jon- athana. $S.(); Grimes' Golden $2.75. GRAPES Home grown, per S-!h basket. 17c; Tokay, per crate, $1.75; New York Con cords, per basket, 2.1c. CKA.NBEKKIES-Per "ml.. o5t CUT MEAT PRICES. No. 1 lit.-, 11c; No. 1 ribs, 84c; No. t ribs, 64c; No. 1 loin. 16c; No. 2 loins, 13c: No. 3 loins, 84c; No. 1 chucks. 6c; No. 3 chucks, 4c; No. 3 chucks, 3c No. 1 rounds, kc; No 2 rounds, 7c; No. 3 rounds, lie: No. 1 plate, 8c; No. 2 plate. 24c; No. t plate, to. MISt ELitNEOUS. SUGAR Granulated cane. In sacks, $5.41; granulated beet. In sacks, t6.fl. CHEESE Swiss, nev, lc; Wisconsin bikk, 144?; Wisconsin Umburger, 13c; twins, 144c; young Americana, 134c. COFFEE Roasted, No. 36, 264c per lb : No. 30, 20Vxu per lb.; No. 2a, l&Hc Pr lb.; No. 20, 134o per lb.; No. 21, 124o per lb. SYRUP In bbls.. Sic per gal.; in cases, 10-lb. csna, $1 70; cases, 11 t-lb cans, $!.; cases, 24 24-lb. cans, $1.(6. HONEY Per 24 trames, $3.60. CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west ern, 64j40c; Maine, $1.16. Tomatoes, 3-lb. cans. tl.Oo; 2-lb., 974cfetl.0O. Pineapples, grated, 3-lb., $2.0302.30; sliced, tl.tr2.20; gallon apples, fancy, $2.66; California apri cots, $1.9ua2.2; pears, tl.7&&2.60; peaches, fancy, $l.7t-i2.40; 11. C. peaches, $2.OW2.30. Alaska a!mon, red, $1.26; fancy Chinook, F., 2.10; fancy eockeye, F., tl.96; sardines, 4 OIL $2.7b; mustard, $3.00. Sweet pota toes, fl.KXal.2u; sauerkraut, 31.W; pump kins, "e'a$1.00; wax beans, "-lb., 3ijp0c; lima beans, 2-lb., 76cg.-:.io, spinach, ll. 33; cheap peas, 2-lb., 60c; extra, 73&90c; fancy, U.33'ol.T5. CURED FISH Family whilensh. per quarter bbl., 100 lbs., $4.00; Norway mack ral, No. 1, $28.00: No. 2, $21.00; No. 3, $20.00; Irish, No. 2, $16.00; herring, in bbls., 200 lba each, Norway, 4k, $12.00: Norway, 3k, $13.00; Holland, mixed. $11.00; Holland herring. In kegs, milkers, 80c: kegs, mixed, 70c. FISH Buffalo, large dressed, c; trout, medium or large, dressed, 12c; pike, dr eased, 11c; halibut, fine stock, 11c, catfish, dressed 15c; bullheads, dressed and skinned. 12c; white perch, dressed, c; crappies, large, 12c: sunflsn, pan sise, fc: white baas, extra choice. 12c; pickerel, 9e; aalmon, Chinook, He; whlto fish (frosen), 12c: mackerel (Spanish). 18c; Native, per fish, 18(3 26c; codfish, fresh, frosen, lie; flounders, fresh, frozen, lie; blueftsh. fresh frosen. 16c; haddook, fresh frozen, 10c; red snapper, dressed, 12c; smelts. No. 1. per lb., 12c; lobsters (boiled), per lb., 40e; green, $7o; eel, per lb.. 18c; frog legs, per dos., 26c; roe shad, $1 each; shad roe, pair, 46c. NUTS Pecans, large, per lh., 12c; small, per lb.. 11c. Almonds, soft shells, per lb., loo; hsrd shells, per lb., 134fl4c. Cocoa nuts, $4.00 per sack of 100. HIDES AND TALLOW -Green salted. No. 1, I34n; No. 2, 124c; bull hide, ua 104e; green hides, No. 1, 10c: No. 2, 9c; horse, $1.60(83.76; sheep pell, e0catl.2a. Tal low, No. 1, 4c: No. 2, Sc. WOOL-Per lb.. 1SS2&C Wool Market. BOSTON, Oct 13. WOOL The Com mercial Bulletin of this city, basing Its report upon statistics gathered for the government, says: A steadv, moder ate business is being accomplished in the local wool market, aud all classes ot con sumers sre purchasing requirements. Al though Individual transactions are not as large as tbose of a year ago, the aggre gate of sales is substantial. The clotulng and staple territory, fleeces, California, Texas and Australian wools are selling, merchants are, generally confident of a maintenance ot values and If charges are inaugurated they will be toward a Ugher level. Tbe condition of all the foreign mar keta is sufficiently strong to sympathetic ally sustain the home market. Both large and small consumers of worsted and clofti ing wools are operating moderately, with average purchases running from 75,000 to KiO.OuO pounds. Fine and line medium, three-eighths and half-blood territories are In steady demand. Most of the transac tions are in graded lots. Fine medium Idaho and Utah are good sellers at 22423c, respectively. Fine medium and half-blood Montana is moving quite freely on a scoured basis of 'ffrttc. Half and three elirhths 1'tah realizes about 27c. Medium Wyoming Is worth 28c. Three-eighths and half-blood fleece are being moved steadily and Ohio stock Is becoming sadly depleted. Manufacturers are now giving more at tention to Michigan wools. For three eighths and half-blood Ohio the pi Ire Is about 24c; Mlcnigan stock of like grades t worth'- 33'ft3y4c The shipmen j of wool from Boston to date from December 27, lnt, according to the same s.utlioilty. Is 19,062.343 pounds, against 1S8.9 A. 7SS ponnds last year. The receipts ts date sr 240, 471,274 pounds, against 297.9wO.74t pounds for the same period last year. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13. WOOL Steady; medium grades, combing and clothing. 23 ($2?4c; light fine. 19V21C; heavy fine; 16 17c; tub washed, 32 & 38c Cettea Market. NfJW YORK, Oct. 13 COTTON-Spot closed cjtuel. 10 points higher; middling up lands. 11 30c: middling gulf, 11.55c; no sales. LIVERPOOL. Oct. 13. COTTON Spot qulcr. price 1? points lower; American nii'Kllhig fair. ld; good middllnr .5!d; middling, .:M; low middling. Slid: good ordinary, .77d: onlin.iry, 1.53d. The sales of the dsy wee 5.k) bales, of which were for speculation and eiport. and In cluded S.9rt American. Receipts were 12.0U9 bale. Including 9.H00 American. BP. LOCI. Oct. IT COTTON Steadv; mlddllug. ll'c; sales, 50 bales; receipts, jis bales; ehipments, 418 bales; stock, 10.193 bNRV ORLEANS. Oct. 13 COTTON Spot closed firm; sales. 4.1 bales: lov ordinary, 7 16-le, nominal: ordinary, 7-lc. nominal; good ordlnar'. 4o; low middling, 10 9-1-.; middling, 11 t-lc; good middling, 11 t-u; middling fair. 11 lS-lc. nominal; receipt. 6.233 bales; stock. 103.144 bales. Evaporated Apples and Dried Fratla. NTEW YORK, Oct. 13. EVAPORATED APPLES Market continues quiet, but the tone la a little steadier on the higher grsdes. New crop, good to choice, are quoted at b'VitiSc; poor to fair. 4'5u'.ac; prime, for Immediate shipment. .'i4. CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunes are in fair damand, with California AOs to $0a quoted at 4'c and Oregon 40s to IDs st vfloe. Apricots are unchanged, with choice quoted at 10c; extra choice at 17c; fancy, liir20r. Raisins, sre unchsng.vl. with loose muscatels quoted st 6427c; seeded ralslna at 'd1e; fancy London lay ers, nominal. Peaches are quiet, with choice quoted at lotillc; extra choice at Ht)U4c; fancy. lialSc; extra fanry, lMilJi.o. Metal Market. NEW YORK. Oct. 13 M ETALS There waa no change of im porta n. e In the me.titi market today and trading was quiet In the absence of cables. Spot tin was quoted at t42-2o'je42.5e. Lake copper was quoted at t21.X'9'Jt.2t: electrolytio and casting. S2O.50 i2) 5. Lead waa tlrm and quiet at $5 75 tji6.9a, according to delivery, etc. Spelter, quiet and unchanged at 1 liihS.20. Iron was quoted tlrm at recent pricea. ST. LOUIS. Oct. 11-Lead, firm. $5 spelter, tti. 10j 4 124. Import sad Esrnarta. NEW YORK. Oct. 13 The total Imports of merchandise and dry goods at the r""t of New York for the wek ending todav were valued at tl5.6'").219. Total lm-irts ..'f siKHic at tlie port of New York for the week ending today were $44.57 silver and IT.TJmX'hlA b. , 1 . 1 'C.tul . v . h - 1 - 1 vo hi ew link Mir tne -veea. riming 1 todiy were $354,715 ai:ver and $2.0u0 gold. OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET f Ro Gre.t" Chan, in fettle' Valuei .for. th W$k. HOGS ARI STEADY WITH A WEEK AGO Liberal Herelnt of sheep nail I .ass be All tbe Week', with Useelleat Items ad .Prices far Week Tnei).'lte Higher, 8OLTH OMAHA. Oct. 13. 19". Receipts Were: Official MmdlT Cattle. Hogs. Slieep. ... .im 2.191 M.IW Oltlclal Tuesday 10.173 4.913 ;.! 4.81 t IPclal Wednesday 4..J4." orteial T hursday 4.-ii Ofll. lal Frid'ty . Ollklal Halurday 4j This week aJ.32 24.9ST 90..: I Last week ,l,itl 11,125 120.1; ' 1 wo weeks ago a. 3:0 2.i.!ra '.t.L.i Three weeks as. 24.2:1m :;o,is Pour weeks ago 22.7H) .14.i3 73.li Same week last year... .28.071 27,437 5o.i3i The following table shows the receipts of tattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha fur tlie year to date, compared with last year: 1IH IHtt. IOC tattle 7S7.7 7i': 241 2Tail Hogs 2.047.9X7 I,vii3.ri7 ISi.iCW bheep i,tji4.:i:ii i.ia.M4 i.4,jsi A-'ATTLB QUOTATIONS. Rood to choice corn-ted steer.... vi.liw? Fair to good corn-fed steers i.Jj'ua.i Common to fair corn-led steers... t-Sivii tlood to choice range steers 4.6ta.) Fair to good range steers t.Otwat"0 Common to fair range steers J-sOfl 4.09 tiood grass cows and heifers 3.004? Fair to good cows anS heifers 3.4Oi4ji.O0 t'oiiimon to fair cows ana heifers.. 1.6s.2.e flood to choice stackers and fdrs.. 4.0(yif4.60 ralr to good stockers and feeJers.. 8 2iKa4 Common to ralr stockers 2.7V&3.20 Bulls, stags, etc,....., 1.73 til. to Veal calves 4.00ci e liie following table shows tbe average price of hogs at South Omaha for the last several days, with comparisons: Date. I 1906. 19Ou.19O4.19O3.!1902.1901.l)0. Sept. 29.. Sept. 10.. Oct. 1.... Oct. J.... Oct. t.... Oct. 4... Oct. 6.... Oct. ..... Oct. 7.... Oct. t.. Oct. 9. . . . Oct. ID... Oct. 11... Oct. 12... Oct.- 13 Sunday. RANGE OF PRICES. Cattle. Hogs. Omaha tl.Kmfii.A0 $6.17i.32'i Chicago l.tnlrt.SQ 5.75'ii.76 Kansaa City 2.CV(i.;5 5.7(Kqii.474 St. Louis , t.OO'ffl.OO i.Wat.lO Sioux City 2.ati'd6.&0 S.2WP6.30 The official number of cars of stock brought in today by each read was: Cattle. Hogs. Slieen.H'r's. C, M. ft St. P 6 Missouri Pacific 2 .. .. 1 Union Pacific 311 .. .. C. A N. W. (east) 5 ,, ., C. & N. W. twest)... 13 9 4 1 C, St. P., M. 0 5 C, . ft Q. (west) 12 7 C, R. 1. & P. twest).. 3 I Illinois Central 1 Chicago Gt. West...,. 2 Total receipts 20 64 11 2 The disposition ot the dsy's receipts was as follows, each buyer purchasing th number ot head indicated: r Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Omaha racking Co 619 .... Swift and Company 340 KM .... Cudahy Packing Co 329 1.W6 Armour & Co 14 K7H 634 vansant A Co .-13 , F. P. Lewis ' t Xlike Haggerty - 131 ' T. B. lnghram 1 Sullivan Bros tx Lebmer Brothers t9 Halstead , lit Other buyers te .... 620 Total 82) t.439 1,064 CATTLE There was no .ciianpe in the market today, there not being enough of any one kind of stock on "sale to maka Drlcea or establish Quotations. .. The receipts. ot .cattle -UaW week nave oeen quite UDerai. snowing slight gains over both last week and a year ago. The supply has consisted almost entirely .of raugo cattle, there being ' on;y a. small sivrinkDog of ' natives aud hardly enough oornfeds to talk about. , Beef steers have been In exceedlnrlv good demand all the week, in fact,, it is a question If there has ever been a seaxon when beef steers have sold any more freely than they have of late. It would seem that the consuming demand for beef is very' good. Desirable kinds of range cattle and rornfeds have so Id at irood prices every day and lor the week are, If anything, u little stronger. The best oornfeds received this week sold as high as with good ransrers uu to $6.25. i Cows aud heifers sold higher during the first part of the week, but during the latter half, especially yesterday, when receipts were abnormally large, the advance was wined out. so that at the close of tbe week prices are not much different from what tliev were tne latter part or last weca. Good weighty dehorned feeders, well bred have been In active demand every day this week and have sold fully :t high as any time; in fact, the country demand for that kind of cattle hss been ntudy and the market In good, healthv condition. Com mon and medium grade of cattle have been rather slow sale, but that has been the case all the season, and hence there ts nothing new. DUting the last few daya, owing to the very good demand fur beef catjle, it was noticed thBt -packers were taking more of the fleshv kinds of cattle that formerly had to sell a feeders. In other words, the packers were outbidding the feeders for cattle carryi-ig some flesh. Should thla continue It wnuM undoubtedly have a tendency to atrengthen the price on the medium and lighter. gTadea of feed ing and stock cattle. BEEF STEERS. Wo i.. at. iV. Ks. .. Pr. ....1344 I 73 BULLS. ....140(1 t 85 1 141 t II STOCK CALVES. ....; 4 15 W E.STE R N f -N E B R A SK A . IK 24 cows 843 3 00 2 cow X2n 1 75 19 cows..... 916 ! 15 3 cows 1K; ISO 1 cow 1100 : 35 1 calf. 'V) 4 00 HOGS When it was time for the market to open this morning there were hardly enough hogs In night to really make a market. There were, however, some verv urgent orders in hand snl buyers were out in good season picking tin the early arrivals at prices fully 7c higher and In Some cases fully 10c higher than yester day. The advance did not how so murh cn the, ton hogs as it did on the bottom partly because there was nothing erpeclailv choice in the way of light ' weights. As might be expected on a Saturday, the late arrivals did not sell -to as rood advantage a the early, buyers not being si anxious for the hogs after the first orders were filled The present week opened on Monday with hogs selling a shade lower, but dining the three davs following prices gradually slid down hill, touching tlie low point of the week on Thursday, when the average of all the sales was a strong hie lower than the close of the previous week. Friday's market was a trifle stronger, while the ad vance noted todav makes tin must of he decline, so that the wek closes with the average market not far from where it was nn last Saturday. It might be tinted in thla connection, however, that while the averse fs practically the. same, there has he?n some change in tne p'i'is rsiid for the different weights: thus light hogs are not selling ss high ss a week ago. with heavy hogs a little higher. In other words, hogs of different weights are now selling mueli doner together thrtn they were last week. Representative sales: Ks. As th. Pr. St. A SS. Pr ...rt Hi 1:1, ...? in 4 17. 44.. 44... 14.. M... 14.., 4!.. 44. . 40.. :.. ".. 44.. ;.., TI... . 114 ..iy. ..: ..!! ..114 174 71.. 45. . 44.. 7i.. V. n.. 44.. 71.. .. I IV, ... n't o .. 1 v tso r o r;v, ...41 :io s 10 ...lot ...:i ...Z.CI ...;:.4 ..241 ...Jt ...: ... M ... I M ... U ll t n ... w 4 . ... IS M t l:. 1 jji t:s i4 n ..! ..Sit 27 t .M5 M.. n.. ...4 ...J7 i .tM lie Ji i4 :io t u SHEEP No one could ask for a lietter market than has prevailed at this point all tlie week. While the receipts have been very liberal, showing heavy gains over a year ago, they hive nevertheless fallen hurt of the exreive run of last week. The demand has kept right up to the sup ply. Ery day's market has been falrlv in-live at prices that have ben steadily stiengthe ning. until at the rloae of the week tlie market on both killers and feed ers is right at Xe higher than It waa oa week ago. Commission men are urging their friends to get their orders for teedtre Hied at the 21 t 191 6 66 6 12 7 31 - n ; U 6 5 7l 7 241 . t26 1 5 74i 2i 7 111 C 75 tit 6 264 5 111 I I 1 7 50) t 69 111 27 7, lo; S 72! 5 651 7 So t 59 6 19 2 6 06 6 74 I 7 U i 68 6 to t 29 6 06 6 7U 6 7 I 62 HI 804 6 03 1 6 09 5 65 7 42 6 11 6 06i 6 6" 5 4'" 7 39' I 49 12 I 6 54 6 19 7 21 t 341 6 08 6 30 6 OS. I 6 19 7 14 6 1.1; 6 02 344 6 OS 6 63 5 22 , 7 0;), 14; 4 92 it lui A to K 491 16 951 15i 4 91 & 07( i til 5 81 I 21 4 M 1 6 M 6 17 5 37 7 0 4 93 earliest possible moment, as the fsellnt la 1 gaining ground 'hat owing to the hesry tttark.'tlnss at tha beginning, the Season f r ranae stock la battle to close earlier Ihsn usual. While erewHve receipts on certain days may prodme wens spots nn 1 ne at the present time antlrlpatea any matertsl decline from the present prevail ing prices. In other words the gnnersl be. Il-f seems to lie thst the msrket will con tinue strong right up to the close of the ranse sea sqn. Juotstlons on klll-rs: Hood to ehnle Iniul.s, $7 On (r 7 40; fsir la good lambs, $.7." V 7 00; good to cholr yearlings, $"S0rS9O; fair to good yearlings. $V2i t VtO; good to choice wethers, $4.v0 i..f: good to choice ewes, $1 iiOi Ottotations on reeders: UmNi, ttV'fi Hot); yearlings, f Ti . 2 A j 6 50; wethers, 14.75 S.1S: ewes, t3 60(ll.60; breeding ewes, $ 1.70 (J 6.00. CHICAGO llK STOCK MARKKI t attle steady Haas Fire 4 eat Higher beep stress. CIlICAflO. tVI. U-PATTI.E-Receipts, 400 head: market steady; beeves, 4 . cows and heifers, $l.u.Vfn..V.: stockers snd feeders. t2.Atai4.r4); Texan. $it. 7f'n 4 $5 ; weet rrints. ti.smjf, 75; calves, tH.2Mi7.76. - HO(, S Receipts, 7.") head; market .iC higher; mixed anil butchers, tH.2tajrii.724; giaid heavv. $rt 3iVfi.75; rough heavy, $..ss i.M: light, $: 2.v.m .734; pigs, $.i.7bVH.3); bulk of titles, $.; .HHi.6. S11EKP AND LA MBS Receipts. 3.0"0 head: market strong; sheep, $3.(xVU5.4ii: lambs, $i.7dttil.00. Kansns City Live Mock Market KANSAS CITY, Oct. in. CATTLE Re ceipts. 41 v head. Including 60 southerns; market unchanged; choice export ami dressed beef steer, ta.5oti1.7t; fair to good, ittio.tO; western slerrs. $3.SiS6.00; stock ers and feeders. $2.75'h4.7i: southern steers. t2.75fi4.20: southern cows, $2.0iB1.8: nsllve cows, t-'.oofiTtin; native heifers. $2 50104 60. bulls. 92.i6ti,T26; celves, 2.7Db.30. Receipts for tlie week, SO.lu head. I It MIS Receipts, 2.000 head: marxet truni to 5c hiaher: too. 16.46: bulk nf sales, ti l"fi 424: heavy, tH.li(ti4i.40; pack ers, '1.45: pigs and lights. 18.00 . 40. Receipts ror the Wfek. sx.sco hesd. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none; market, nominally steady; lamb. $.00(i 7.5n; ewes and yearlings, $4 5otit.50; west ern yearlings, SS Owfift 00: western shtep. $4.2sff6.15; stockers and feeders. $3.&0tT6.0. Receipts for the week, 37,700 hesd. er York Lire Stork Market. NEW YORK. Oct. 13. REEVES Re ceipts, 8S1 head; no trading of any impor tance, feeling steady: native sides. 7fi9,fe rer lb.: Texas beef, 6W74c. Fxports were (B cattle and 6.344 quarter of beef. cAbl ts iteceipis, jim neaa; nine irnu Ing: veals steady at 5j9c for common to choice: grassera and westerns nominal; dressed calves slow but steady at t'tflS'c per lb. for city dressed veals, and t$124o for country dressed. SHEEP AND LAMRS-P.ecelpts. 3.0M bead: sheep steadv: lambs slow, but not lower; sheep, fi.jntfi 3.50; lambs, t7.76t.40; choice Canada lambs sold at $8 50. HOGS Receipts, 9:) head: nothing doing In live hogs; nominally steady at $.75 7.U0 for state and Pennsylvania. SI. Lools Lire Sloek Market. ST. 75UIS. Oct. 13.-OATTLE-Recelpts. fr) head, including 276 Texans; market strong; native shipping and export ateera, to.OfspT .00; dressed beef and butcher steers. 4.4it.96; steers under 1.000 lbs., MtOtgt.so: stockers and feeders, $2.00tjP4.5o: cows and heifers. l2.S64i6.tO; canners. $1.00112.10; bulls, 12.254.00; calves. f;4.'(7.6: Texss and In dian steers, $2.35(36.26; cows and heifers, 12. 1i 3.50. H TOS Receipts. 2.000 head: 5c higher; pigs and lights, $6.004660: psckers, 6.R; butchers and best heavy, $6.606.70. SITEEP AND LAMBS None on sale. SI. Joseph Mr Flock Market. PT. JOSEPH. Oct. 13. CATTLE Receipts. 1,133 head; market steady: natives, $4.at 6.40; cows ana neners, siocaeiw and Jeeders, $3.264 30. ttrtos-Receints. 3.465 head: strong to 6c higher; light, t.3vti.46; bulk of sales, $6.30 W6.45. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, KH head; market steady. lost C'lly Lire Stock Market. Rinux- CITY. Oct. 13. fSDeclal Tele gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 100 head; mar ket uncnangea; peeves, ts.so'so.ou; cows, bulls and mixed, $2.264.60; stockers and feeders, $3.0ogi4.30; calves and yearlings, I2.n0l&3.7o. HOOS - Receipts, 3.000 head; market strong, selling at H. 20 tt.su; duik ex sates, $6,254(6.274. . . Slock la Sight. Receipts of live stock at the six prin cipal western markets yesterday: cattle, nogs, oneep South Omaha Sioux City Kansas Ity....... St. Joseph St. Louis Chicago Total receipts.. 42ft 1(4) 400 3.W) .ro 2.000 1,466 Z.OHO 7,000 3,214 ...U33 ... no ... 40 S24 1000 ... .1,267 n,BS ' 7,S New York Meaey Market. NEW YORK. Oct. It. MONEY On call nominal: no loans. Time loans, steady aixty days, 64 per cent; ninety days, per cent; six months, 64 per cent. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER Vg 64 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE WealL with actual business in bankers' bills at $4.8470 4.S475 for demand and at $4.(li9u(4.lii for sixty-oay 0111s; post en rates M-S- ana st-w; commercial bills, $4,9044.904. SILVER liar, 694c; Mexican dollars. BONDS Government and railroad, stesdy Quotations on bonds today were as fol lows: V. a. raf. ta. .1134 Japan 4. !4 aerlaa.. 174 do coupon 10l do 4a ctf H M V. . la. rag l(ms do 4-i ctra do coupon lal do id sarloa "H r B. old 4a, r....l If,. N. unl. 4a la do coupon 11 M.n. e. (. 4a lw U. S. sow 4s. rag ...JM14 utx. Central 4a 0a do roupoa 130 do lal Inc.... Il Am. Tobacco 4a...... It la Minn. A St. L. 4a.... 94 do a 11H, M., k. A T. 4a loa'i aii ntaon gen. u. ....... laiwj do Ss M do dj. 4a T iv r. a. ef M. c. 4s. 14 Atlautlo ". U 4a (114 N. Y. C. 1. a 9444 bal. A Ohio 4a Jl K. J. :. s. a.. .izt do 3', 14 Brk. R. T. c. 4a t Coairal ef G. 4a. ...Ill do 1st Inc 41 do Id Inc....... U14 No. PaciBo 4a JU34 do a 1i N. A W. e. 4a M' O. S. Ij. ltd. a... as Penn. cons. 4a kJ0a so aa mm: ts jkeadlns fS. 4.... MH Ch. A Ohio 4a.04't'8t. U 4 I. N. . Sc.UJH Chlraio A A. IS. M .gt. U S K. f. 4 . .. a. at W B. aa.... TOT, St. L. S. W. e. 4a..-. ... n. i. or. r. aa ai Baboard A. Ii. . a", col. 6a 5 so. PaolU 4a lk ccc. A st. L. g. 4a. .lot,, do lat 4a rtfa. r4 aar. a. ta so. Kaitwar a .-..lit Colnradn Mid. 4c.. Colo. A to. 4a ... t uba 4s f). A R. (i. 4a Diatillora' Sac. aa. tria p. L 4a do fn. 4a Horkin Vai. 4's. Japan a ...t v(Jffered. Va'4 Taxaa P. la 11 VT.. t. L. A W. 4s.. Il't i"i u nion rartao 4a.....ios .. H'ir. g. Stetl rd aa 100 '4 . wanon la .........iia e-.ll . II .117 . T'A do dab. M4 "dTL r. 4a.."."!!! It Wla. Contral 4a K't Daiten Staeka and Boads. POSTON. Oct. 13. -Call loans, 64B4 per cent; time loana. ji4 per cent. Offlcl! quoiaiiona on stoca and bond were: Alcniao adj. 4a M lAtlantle 14(4 aa 101 H Bingham ..... Mai. ('antral 4a 7a Cal. Heels Aii-hlson ...lOliS tantennlal V ...lll't'Cotipar ItanfO . 31 .47 . 374 . M ounnn ar Albany 40'a Daly Want hiwton A Maine... 14 Franklin I'iA luranby 13t 'Irla Rnvalo Masa. Minis "-. Mnkttas M Moh.sa .. r. l'H '3d opt. C. C . J4H . 14S6 ' '4 . in, Biiatou Eioratad . Plirhbur pfd Me.iian Canlral S. Y.. N. H. H.. Pero Marquatt .... . rt t nloa Parlflr A mar. Arga. I'hata.... .. Old Dominion . Mat do pfd Oa.ola iit - v 101 Aniar. Pnau. Tub.... l. Parrot ... Aniar. Sugar -.1'..', ilulnry , "to pfd 11 shannon Aniar. T. A T 134 Tamorsck Amar. Wooloa M( TrlnlVy .. iH id ii do Dill .101 ,t nllad rmr af iximinion 1. a s la f. s. Mininf ot ,.m,-uh r.ivr. jiiu !M 1. B. UU U aaa. Kloctrlc lVt'lah 474 Viv ............. ii vii-iorta 14 w wnosa 121 Vnltad Fruit 10114 Wolverna 15 iniira enoe alar...,. I iKorth Butt lliu do pfd Butio ( Million 4t V. S. Stool. do pfd ... Adantuo ... Allo.i.1 Aaialgamatod Bid. CNavaao jj ll'74 Mitchell s i ral. ar Artwaa., IM4 Tacuuaeh 14. 114H' 4'ew Yerk Mlatasr ttocka NEW YORK. Oct. U.-Cloalng quotations on mining stocks were: , Adaraa Cos ...I to .l.liila Chlff ( Air tan Omaha s Braaea 4" 'llphlr t, Hrunaslrk Con 04 i Halo, I n CouiatfH'k Tunual .... 1 'Kaaga pa Cos. Cal. A V a- ISirrra Nevada a Horn Sllvar la-) bniall Hiieea 10 Iron Stiver auO 'Siaudanl 114 Laadvlllc Con I 'Ottered. Pareiga Flaaarlal. IiONDOK. Oct. 13.-Money mi In quiet demand in th market today and supplies si era plentif jl. Discounts were a ahad easier. On th Slock exchange buaineaa whs very light, but the undertone was Arm. Oiil-edged securities hardened fractionally, but home mils were depressed, owing to fuars nf further lubor troubles. Foreigners were In good demand, with Russians Im proving. Amerli-ana ware Inactive early In Hie day. but strengthened later en local aup poit aud closed at aell over parity. Conner hsrea were easier. Japanese imperial Sties of 1904 closed st ll4. PARIS. Oct. it Prir on the pours today were weaker nn realisation, due to fears of dearer money. Russian Imparts I fours of 14 rinsed at 1 46 and Russian bond nf 114 at 44.n ' BKRLTN, Oet. n-Trading on the B.wrse today was qulel. Bastes psrr Market. Closing quotation on Posfon coppar mr kt. reported by Logan at Bryan, 2 Boarl of Trade building. Omaha: ssrenture Send, res 124) 114 Allsae WNtbsnk ! H't tisntir 14Hf .4 OH Pemtalea ItS mtkaia :4j St Orwli IK Hi.- Moiuitala Pnsa. Serrtee I41j Boatna I'n ttSe; M fries. Ssntr. fd.... 31 Hull CmlttleS t1'aul- !" I'shimet 4V Artms. t shsnsos 1SN4I 1T l alumet RMl 4S Tamsrsrk i f l.noll rtTrlltf I' ( orssr Sstit IHtVnltH Fruit Wlw lllr Wert 14 Vnltea S'.sien. eest . nt Btte 1? t nttee sots, pr-i . . . rrsnklls ItSllik Cossnllilstee ... 4 flreess rprr !'l i corrr nij r.rsh I4irtnru ' HstiMW WlBOSS 1!'- Rsrsl U'4 Welveris lis b . 4 rtttsMirt IJ.rmie. bill !N MimrliiiHUi ' Hbrlt HSJ 14 Mlrhlgas . .-. lis, 4 ...I t 14 Moktsk 14 l.endea losing Ataeka. LONDON. Oct. 13. Closng quotations on the Stock exchange were: Ossnls. sinnST ... MT-14M.. K. a T. 7H 143 4, oo aresunt H s-is :. 1 . ( sstmi .. 11-, Norfolk W ..I'd, dn f4 .... . .Ida Ontario aV W ..t;i jPsnnn.vlvaa'a ..in IManfl Mines . Ana'-ond Atrhlsnn 4A pti Malttnion Ohio. Canadian Pafltlr . Cnea. A Ohio ..... rsao Ot. W .... I'.. M. A St. r... PeReera Denrer 4t R. Q..., in pt4 Brie do liit fM , do rd pfd 44 '4 7 ; ni ' I i MS lll'o 21 47 IIVaaain Smitharn Bailsar . .iMv .. IIS .. 44S .. MV, .. 4S .. TV . . 71V ..ii'id ..l.'SV. no pfd 9mithars Parlflo .. t'nton Pacific dn pM V Steal do pfd iVahaah do. p(d llllnnla Cm ira I .. Lnntaftlls at Nath SILVER Bar. firni. 3S4d Pr ounce. I MONEY Jits per cent. Tha rata of discount in the open market for short bills is 44 per cent; for thre months" bills, fn per cent. Trrasary Statement. WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 Today s sts.te lent of tbe bnlances In the general fund exclusive of the $160,000,000 gold reserve shows: Avsllsble cssh balance. $220,314.- Why Not Read a Western Farm Magazine? THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Is edited by western men wad cor-' era the field of western agricultnr4A. 1 Special Feature Articles Five whole pages of each issue are devoted to special aytldcsV which cover a field so diversified aa to embrace during the yeilr All branohes of farm life and activity. Note the, prominent UoiV . . i ' . , . tributors to reoent numbers: JAMES WILSON, SeCTetary of Agriculture. . ... N F. D. 00BUBN, SecretAry Kanaa Board of Agrioultur. QirrORD HN0H0T, Chief of Bure&u of Torestry. A. B. STORMS, President Iowa Agricultural College. F. H. NEWELL, Chief of Irrigation Service. W. E. SKINNER, Oen'l Manager International Lire Stock Show C. R. THOMAS, Oen'l Manager Royal Live Stock Show. A. 0ARLET0N, Cerealist, Department of Agriculture, . 0E0. P. BELLOWS, Live Stock Auctioneer. CHARLES E. BESSEY, Nebraska State Botanist - ' H. R. SMITH, Expert in Live Stock Feedlcc- Regular Depart tti ents No agricultural weekly maintains more regular departmental conducted by editors of practical experience, who can tell intel ligibly exactly what the farmer wants to know. .. Feeds and Feeding. H. R. Smith , . Live Stock. 0. W. Hervey Veterinary H. L. Ramaociottl, D. V. S. Weekly Markets A. 0. Davenport Orchard and Garden. M. J. Wragg ' .' Poultry Ida M. Shepler Dairy and Creamery A. L. Haeoker Legal Queries. D. M. Butler Home and Household Isabel Riohey We Want You to Take The Twentieth Century Farmer The subscription price is one dollar the year, or b0 cuts for ix months, less than 2 cents a copy. Could you nk for a more practical or interesting magatiM than ourar for the coming yearT Now, more than at any other time, do you need the seasons able suggestions that are found in all our regular Department which, in each isBu, may be worth many times the yearly ub trription price. The Twentieth Century Farmer, O'lAHA. NEB. : rtnM coin ni bdi:cr; ti'l.l'vini; " gold certlfli-strp. $;.;? lit-. (learlag tteaae Stateraeal. NEW YORK, Oet. 13 -The Statement flf the ileniitig house h"ks rnr tbe. weee, shows that th banks p.ld tt.rt?4e rre ihsn the total rrv regulremenia This is an inoreaa of tt)l.t7 as compared lts last week. The statement fll"a; ticreas, .'.ans ,.tl on A6T.AW tit nv4 iieposits .....' 1 .. m 19.4;. na Circulation 4s 14 4" l.egsl tenders 7$ af7.i . ! 44. e Specie MMl.toa l.4rl Lesi-4 2T. 714.4" A4)s Reserve required .... ."4.0M 1 nf Hit Surplus t.4.of4 4n I.M.t.H Ex-V. S. deposits ... 2.'l.7S t.MS.I:) Decrease. Raak I learlaa. OMAHA. O-f. I1.-Rank tletlngs for todav were tl.ttx. tiai.2 and for the Voire ponding date Inst year It 4.f 111.11. laxt. 1M Monde v tM.'.H01 tl.?7.l7 TuesdsV 1.915.671 $9 l.Kl.sAiM . Wednesday I.K.4.M l.ft.74t tl Thursday I. F94.ll 37 t.c9.7 14 Prlda I.W2.477.W) 1.M,4. 8ttirhy I.M.t.40d.24J 1.4rt7.1H 11, Totils $'.l.374.dAI t.04A'.t.sA Inrress" over the rorrespondlnt weeel Isst jear. 2..TI. r . NEW tor:;. Oil. r.-sro R-Raw, steady; ralr tertnlug. 14c- centrifugal. 94 test, 4i'. Molnsses susnr. 14c Refinedl, ((iiel; No. . 4 Oc; No. 7. 4.3V: No. .. ttoe! No. 9. 4.25c; No 10. 4.16c: No. II, Al'fJ No. 12, 4.ic; No. 13, 4. Hoc: No 14. t ),-; roti. fectioners' A. 4.7 mould A. Iti'l cut Insf, 6.s-; .rtislted. l.ac: p'wdred. t.0r; grsnu inteil. 4.9V: cubes. 6.16c. How They foalel I p. Mayme sin admlrlnf Mses French heeled shoes. "Th'-y are beauties," she id. "Where did you get 1 hem?" "At tilopplngei 's. nrsweted Mse. "How murh did they cost?" "Nine dollars." "He cheated you. I saw a pair exactly like them the other day, marked only H. "Tea; thsf what these cost In the met place, but I have hsd W worth of cores removed since I began to we.r them." Chics go Tribune.