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THE OMAHA DA IT A
HEE: FRIDAY. OCTODER 19, lttft.
It. Simmons Ww.
10 steers.. ..h42 I cnws 111 1
V. M Balrd-Wvo.
steers.. ..irsn 4 in cow !'" t '
15 CC. ...I W 1 50
Swan lond and Cattle Co. IVyit,
CR11N AND PRODICE MARIET
d it WhMt Fntm SaiMptibU to
PRICES. CLOSE FRACTIONALLY HIGHER
(eaelderable Baslaeee Deae 4
Wkea Livery! Cable Can
trenerw F Xpert a Afraid of.
Hr Mtaatlaa Cars Flra.
4d; futures. Arm; October.' nominal; De
cmbfr, 4s 5d; January. 4a Id. ,
sew Yonk gkikhTi. WAUKF.T
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
. J OMAHA. Oct. Is, 19n$.
k jMh sentiment prevailed In the wheat
Xfn "day and prices were generally shore
yesterday's close. Liverpool cshle came
fnnallerably higher and considerable trad
ing wu done at the opening. Iater trade
wss at a etandstllL "hough prices held
Msher tn the close. Urgent demand for
cvsh wheat .wi not talked a It wu yea
Terday and cash prWt were atesdy.
Exporter a aid they were doing- little
business. On account of the car shortage
they are afraid to offer anything for Im
Commission houaea were fairly rood buy
er of corn early, but moat of the Melon
demand was llirht and little corn was on the
market. Prlcea early were up 4c. but later
yielded half of the gain. The weather waa
wet tn parte of the earn belt and caah
demand wan a. little bettaj. Receipts were
about aa expected.
Primary wheat receipt were l.nM.ono
Ruanda and shipments . sTtf.ooO buahela,
against receipts last year of 1.809,000 buahela
and shipments of 4S8.00O buahela. Corn re
ceipts were (64,000 bushels and shipments
SSi.ffW buahela, agalr.st recelpta laat year
of JSI.nno buahela and shipments of JaR.WO
buahela. Clearance were 194,000 buahela of
wheat. JtAflOO buahela of corn. 1.000 buahela
of onta. and wheat and flour equal to 368,000
Liverpool closed. S94d hi grief on Wheat
and K4J4d hlrher on com.
Argentina wheat ahlpmenta were taioOnO
bti"hele and com ahlpmenta l.X,000 buahela.
New Tork wired: "Exporters aay the
freight situation from Buffalo to New Tork
la the moat aeiious we have rvar had. Ex
pert era who work through theaa porta can
not offer anything- to Vunlted States and
, continental buyers. A meeting will be held
here today In reward to thle matter.'"
Rankin wired Von Dora Commission com
pany: "Market Record, coming out today,
estimating 17A.OO9.0nO buahela for the three
northwest state la very bullish, and ea
pvlally when you consider that the durum
wheat Is Included In this amount. Wheat
continues to go out of this oountry snd
this will tell In time. It Is well to own
some wheat around theaa prices."
Local range ot optional
I Articles. C
1 Wheat I
Open. High. Low. Cloee. Teey.
...q....'!!tL.!!4l d ft
tthi ry liil nli ml
Oman a Caak galea.
WHKAT-No. t hard, 1 car, 7Hc; No. 4
hard. 1 car. Mo.
CORN Na. 3, 1 car. 8Mie: 1 car. SffVic.
n rTS No. 4 white, t cars, ic.
haki.ki mo. . l car. uc.
' Onaana Caak Prleea.
WHEAT No. t hard. ttffpWHc: No. I hard.
CMffiTc; No. 4 hard. 3c; No. i spring, 844J
corn-No. I. twrttKc: to. t yellow.
3Sc: No. S white, 4Mt3c.
OATf4 No. t mixed, SNflflOHc; No. 1 whlta,
tic; No. 4 white, OH(880c.
RTK-No. t, Bc; No. I, 67He.
. Wheat Corn, Oa.
af the Day
KfeW VOR K, Cct. lln.OCR-Re-Celpta,
5.V4 bbla.; exports, 11,777 bbla.; eslca,
W.uno pksa.; market ateady, with btter In
quiry; Mlnneanta patenta, M.loi440; Mlnnc
sola bakers, 3.40133; winter patenta. W. ij
44 10: - winter etralaht. iiso3 : winter
extraa, U ijt.A; winter low aradca, f. ia
tT3 DO. Rye flour, firm; fstr to g'l.
IHO: choice to fancy. f-l.Wffi4.15. Buckwheat
flour, steady, tl.iMil. a, siKt and to arrive.
'ORXMAt Sloady; fine white and
yellow. i.2Ayi.2t; coarac. flldWl 1-.
kiln dried, tl.762.6. . . .
RYE Klrm ; No. 2 a-eatern. (PHc.'c. I. f..
BARLEY-Fteadr:, C'tC f- I BuffaM;
malting. m&ic, c. I. f., Buffalo.
WHEAT Hecelnta. 1).(K) buahela; x-
porla 71.7 bnrhela: aalea. i.n,0ftn hubcla.
foot firm; No. 2. 79'4c. elevator; No. 2 rfd,
"4c, f. o. b., afloat: No. 1 northern 1m
lutn; 7T4c f. o. b., afloat; N. 1 hard win
ter. 4c 1. o. b., afloat. Sharp advances
occurred arly In wheat on atrong cabl-a.
bulltah Argentina news snd commlsalon
house buvlnr. On later denlnla of the Ar
gentina damage reports, longs unloaded and
the afternoon market wna easier, cioaing
only We net higher. Bales Included No.
1 red. May, M 7-KHjMV, closed mw; Lie
cember, 82Vfi2Hc, closed, 82Hc.
CORN Recelpta, 41.0IJ0 buyhela; eximrta,
174,477 bushels; sales, S2.O0O buahela; spot
market Arm: No. 2, 64Hc elevator, snd
56ac. afloat: No. t 66Hc: No. 2 white. fH
Option market was wlthotit transactions,
rlnalng mt unchanged. January closed nt
BOc; Mny closed at 49Sc; December closed
OATS Recelpta. 72.000 bushels; exports.
1.123 bushels; spot market steady; mixed
oats. 2SW32 pounds, 384c; natural white,
3033 pounds, 26c"
FEED Firm; spring hrsn, 22.90 for
October ahlpment; middlings, 222.35 Tor
HAT Firm : shipping. smfiSSc; good to
HOP8 Julct; etae, common to choice,
1908 crop. 21fi24c; 1 cron, lOfllfic; Paclllc
coast, 1(og crop. lftSl&c; l!of crop. li(S14c.
HI1E8 Steartv; Osiveaton. W ta 2B lbs..
0c: California, il to 2S lbs., 21c; Texas dry,
24 to JO lbs , 19c.
LEATHER Steady; arid, UViQile.
PROVISIONS Beef, firm; family. 111)
12.50; mess, $0tjj9(: beef hams. n.nfKff
fi.SA; packet, 1. 10.S0; city extra India
mess, fit. 60 ip 17 00. Cut nieate, Prm; pick
led bellies. I10.2M21150: nlckled shoulders,
nominal; pickled hams, 112.00. iJird,
flrmi western prime. $S.5&fi9 85; refined,
steady; continent, J10.20; South America,
210.26; compound, V-WIM. Pork firm;
family. Ils.OMrVJ.SO; short dear, l&.SOr3ll.50;
mesa, 1.0CV61.75. ,
TA14OW Firm; city (12 per pkg.), 6c;
country (pkgs. free), 6Mr5Sc.
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra.
ic: Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm; Street price, extra
creamery, 27c. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra. l!2iVic; hc'.d, sec
onds to extra, 21926c; state dairy, common
to fancy, l816c; renovated, common . to
extra, WfrV&c'. western factory, common
to firsts, PUttflRHo: western Imitation
creamery, firsts, 19Vi!&20c.
CHEESE Firm; slate, full cream, small
fancy, Wad. fair to good, 12ii&12e; state,
large fancy, 134c: state; fair to good, 12
nc; atate. Inferior, loHfilMSc. -
BOOS Firm; atate, . Pennsylvania ' arid
nearby, fancy selected white, SiMfrac; atate.
choice. 0iaaic: state, mixed extra. 1j2!c;
western firsts, 2625Hc: official prices, 24H
4?26c; western seconds, J2524c.
POULTRY Alive, steady; spring chlck
ena, lie; fowls, 13c; turkeys, lie. Dressed,
easy; western spring chickens, loifjllc;
spring turkeys,' 144318c; fowls, lOglJVic
St. I.oals Oeaeral Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. l.-WHrtAT-F1rm:
track, No. 2 red, cash. . 7&H'&';fic; No. 2
hard, 'ZThc; Uecembcr TJc; May, 7744J
track, no. z caan, 4411
40Sc; No. t white, 4M
tpeotilativt Spirit if at a L01
ThMuchont the Ecuioi.
AMALGAMATED COPPER ONLY FEATURE
Placing tkt stock ea aa Elgkt
Per teat Dividend Baala
( aaaes a Sharp I pward
bility this week Is 2770
pared with 36.46 per cent
tr cent as corn
CIMCAtiO. ORAM AND PHOVIIIOXS
Prices aa Board af Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct. ll.-Firm cables bad a
irengthenlng effect today on the local
wlieat market. At the close wheat for
Iiecemher delivery was up 4c. Corn and
obis mere each up Ho. Provisions wers
2Wi 3c higher.
Trading In the wheat pit was active dur
ing the ilrst hour and the market had a
strong uudertan. -4Mioria and oommtsalon
ht-uses wers sctlve bidders, but offerings
were light. The demand was based upon
the strength of wheat at Liverpool. whl?h
aa due, it was said, to continued light
receipts st Winnipeg. Receipts at that
point today were 122 cars, against 43s cars
a year ago. - The market waa also bull
lahly affected by a report from Duluth.
which claimed an active demand there for
export. The report of sales to a consid
erable, amount at Kansas City and To
peka, also tor exports, save further en
cuuragenitnt to the bulls. During the
laat hour a number of longs sold moder
ately and prices receded somewhat. The
close was steady, December opened Httc
to Sa higher at 74o to TVc. oid up
to 74Sc and then dicllned to 74'4c. The
close was at 744074Hc Clearances of
wheat and flour were equal to 247,700
bushels. Primsry receipts were equal to
l.Ottt.OGO bushels, against 1, 804,000 bushels
-tor the same day laat year. Minneapolis,
I l'uluth and Chlcsgo reported receipts of
1 tfi oars against 639 cars last week and 792
I cars a year ago.
Corn was Arm In the early trading, with
commission houses fairly active bidders,
chiefly for the Msy delivery. Offerings,
however, were light. The msrket waa
bol'.lehly Influenced by firm cables and wet
leather in the corn belt. Profit-taking
late In the session resulted In a moderate
decline. The close was steady. Decem
ber opened 'tO higher at 4244c, sold between
4.'WiH2Hcia4??tc, and closed at 42Hc
Local receipts were 205 cars, with 117 cars
or contrsct grane.
Trading In oats waa fairly active and
tl market waa Arm. Commission houses
and shorts were the principal buyer. De-
t-mber opened Wic mguer at jsc ana
.etwetn kJSfc-33'sc, and closed at 233
1SV. --Local receipts were St cars.
Provisions were quiet and stesdy, the
main features of ths market being, a c
advance In the price of live hogs. Pit
traders were Inclined to sell, but offerings
were not large. Shorts gave the market
good support. - At the close-January pork
waa tin iH-c st 2170. Ird was up 2H
at 8.li Ribs were 2HC6e hlgh.r st 27.44.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Whest,
(2 cars: corn, fx) cars; osts. 72 cars; hogs,
V ) head.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
track, No. I cash,- 34c;
May, 36c; No. 2 white.
winter patents. $3.?5
364J36HC. . .
103.80: extra fancy and straight
clear. 2.263 so. ,
8EED8-TImoth', steady; 23.j0V4.uo.
OORNMEAL Hteadyj 22.60.
BRAN Firm; sacked, east track, 279
HAT Steady; timothy, J12.00 r l.U');
IRON COTTON TIES 21.02.
HEMP TWINK 9c.
PROVISION Pork. steady: Jobbing.
PS 60. Lard, higher; prime steam, 20,
Dry 1 salt meats, steady: boxed extra
shorts, 29.25; clear ribs, I9.62H; short cl ars,
29.67H. Bacon, ateady; boxed, extra shors.
110.50: clear ribs, iio.ikh; snort cieaia,
POULTRY Dull; chickens, 9c; springs.
set turkeys. 13c; ducks.- 104c; geese, sc.
NEW YORK. Oct. 18 Speculative spirit:'
was at a low ebb In the stock market to-.
u.iy. ine ooara rwm traders nau incieas-i
hig ditnculty in sculping a lractiunm pi..ut
out ot tne movement ot prlcea as tneli own
limited operations were about ail tm-ie was
In Mi market. Ihe IncreuiKlng siUi;sisnn-HS
ot pi-ires deterred even this t.aaa ui opera
tors trotn acting and the maiset Siina at
one time nearer to actual stHgnatl-.ui than
has been witnessed st tne stock exchange
for many months. Had It not been tor tne
stirring of Interest In Amalgamated Cop
per tne business would have been even
more lncoiinpicuous, '1 he placing of Amal
gamated (..oi.pep on an 8 per cent dividend
basis by a distribution of 41.50 regular dll
dend, fau cents extra per share lor the quar
ter, has been so couddentiy acclaimed tn.t
tnet action should seem to reave little
occasion lor surprise. The Way in which
the stock jumpid on the announcement,
however. Indicated a surprise on the part
of some of the speculating element, i no
resistance encountered by the stoc, on
every upward movement for some ihne
past was the basis for some fesrs tuat men
dividend wss not to be Incressed, In spile
of the uetnand for copper and the extraor
dinarily profitable prices at which llio
menu is si-lling.
The backward action of Amalgamated
Copper in face of the. profitable condition
of tne trade and the general belief that Ine
dividend was to be increased has formed
the principal ground for a b"llef now preva
lent that the leading financial powers of
me country are doliiK what tney
discourage active speculation In storks,
while pi Meeting prices troifl any serious
Inrosds by supporting measures in Ihe
market. Speculative comment generally
assigns the election as the probable period
tor the termination of this restraint upon
the slock market. This attitude Is believed
to be due largely to the fact that the Slock
market Is made subject ta survey and com
ment In political discussions In a wsy that
might make Its activities an Influence on
the campaign. There has been a. total
subsidence of discussion of a number of
financial projects which were subjects of
rumors and which were looked to aa a
stimulating Influence on the speculation. It
Is supposed that these also may be held
up with the desire to await the passing of
the political contest This prospect of lark
of ammunition may have Its part In the
discouragement of speculation.
It Is also evident that the money market
la playing Ita part In restraining stock
market activity. Call loans went to 5 per
cent early today, and held well above 4 per
cent, thus precluding the Idea that yesiei
day s flurry was due only to temporary
stock market exigencies. The time money
market gave a etlll more decisive demon
stration of the narrowing of resources, the
amount of funds offered on time loans be
ing markedly less. A downward plungo in
foreign exchange to near the gold import
point was an incident of this development.
although rates lor exchange subsequently
The weekly statement of the - Bank of
England shows but a meager recuperation
of the bullion supply, the Improvement in
cf.illtlon being principally due to the scal
ing down of outstanding credits. But this
is raising the open market discounts and
thus establishing the hank's rate In the open
market. Discounts also hardened at Paris
today. The effect of the 2H point rise In
Amalgamated Copper after the dividend
announced . soon passed and the market,
closed easy at the reaction. -' .
Bonds were steady. Total Bales, par
vshie, 21.924.O0O. United Slates 2s and the
new 4s advanced M per cent on call.
The following was the range of prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
Sew York Hewey Market.
NEW YORK, Oct lS.-MONET-On call.
Arm at W-i rr cent rating rats', 4H per
cent; closing h.d, 4 per cent; o fie red at 44
per cent, 'lime loans, elrunger; sixty Vys,
i per cent; ninety day.- per cent; -six
months, 6 per cent.
PRIME MKRCANT1LH- PAPEft-SiHVi
STERLING EXCHANOE-Irregulsr, with
actual- business In bankers" bills st 24.84Svtf
4 84:6 for den-and and at 47W54Hii for
stxiy-dav hills; ported ffttea, 2l.81fi4.lVi
snd f 4f4.aH; coatmerHal b II. 84.7.
HILVfciK Bar, 70r; Mexican d.Wlsrs. 63-vc.
- BON 18 Oorernnient, "Strong; rellroad,
Quotations on bond! today were as
lows: . ,. i
S. rot. 4a res 14 t'ti ta. 14 aeries.
r. B. rH. 4a res
An eowann ...14
V. s, Is, res... !.1SH4
So mpo& ...w.Ui.itaW
f. 8. eld 4H, ret H'!
4n eeupen' Hj
V. S. n. 4. rg
fa coupon 13ot
Am. Torsero 4 19
At-bl4n sen. 4 lot
4 ait). 4a 7
Atlantic r. I 4a t
Bal. Ohio 4a mi
do as 4
ark. k. T. r. 4a
rrntral of Ga. ta 113
do 1st Inc
do M Inc n
do 3d Inc t a
rnea. A Ohio 4Hi....l
i nieasn A. la ... T
c, B a q nti.
C R. I. P. 4
do eel, to
rrr. a gt. l. i 4i
Colo. tnd. Is. aer.
Colorado tDd. ...
Colo. A So. 4a
li. A R. O 41...
Dtatlllcra' See. t.
Brla p. I. 4a
do gan. 4a
Hockloa Val. 4Ha.
Pentl. coot. Ii 1"J
Ttaadlna acn. 4a I
tftt L. ft M. c. NI..I1I
St.-L S r. f 4a. l'4
do 4a rtra
An -m ctta
. en M aerlas
it N. unl 4a
Man. e. f. 4a
ilea, (-antral 4
do litt Ino
Mian. M. L 4a...'.
M . K. T. 4a
N. R. R. of at. c. 4a.
N. V. C. I 'a
N. J. C. I la
So. Pacific 4
S. A W. c. la
o. 8. L. rfda
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Good Iisd.1 f CktUt Etcady, Otbsr
: How t Lowtr.
.. HI St. U. S. W. c. 4a.
... 10 f!eabnard A. L. 4
... K So. raclflc 4a
i .lt'IH no '"l " rt'a
A. 7) So Railway (a
... 7 Ta P. In
... s.1 It. , st. u A w.
...104 fnlon racitc 4..
... HU' t". S Steel td (.
do d.h. n
Western Md. 4a..
W L. K. 4a.
Wla. Cantral 4a.
Boaton Starke Bad Bonds.
BOSTON. t)ct. la-Call loans, ift per
can to i cenu. lime loans, o''U'' 1 per cent, umciai
quoiaiions on siucKc ana nonos wers
Atrhlion adj. 4a loi lAtlantlc
do 4a M Ininaham
Hex. ('antral 4a 7H en Hacia
Atchlaon 10?H Ccntannlal
do pfd ,.r.7 loiVfc C!npper Ranae
BUTT KR Steady: creamery. 2ia27ttc;
EGGS Steady at 16c.
Flour, bbla HV10
Wheat, bu RS.fleO
Corn, bu 97,ono
OaU, bu 139.000
Mlaneapolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. lo.-P'I.OrR-Flrst
patents, 4.2oH;M.0; second patenta, 2I.OVS
4-16: first clears, 23.268.36; second clears.
BRAN In tbulk, 216.Z&m.6o.
(Superior Board of i rao quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). Tha
range of prlcea. aa reported by P. D. Day
4 Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles. Oyen. Hlgh.j Low. Cloae.
Articles. I Open. Hlgh. low. C1oae.Yea y.
awhent t I
i lec. .
I 16 j
.. Dec. ..
Dee. . .
Mlnneapolla Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1
hard, 77c: No. 1 northern. 77c; to arrive.
7tmc; No. 2 northern. 76c; to arrive, 744c;
No. 2. 78aT4c; No. 1 durum, fi6Vo; to arrive,
44c; No. 2 durum, S3:4c; to arrive, 62 c.
Corn: No. 2 yellow, 4Jic; No. 2. 4;c. Outs:
No. 3 white, 214c; No. 3, ;!94fe3i4c. Bar
ley, 86SHc. Rye. 674fp-ae,c. Max. $1,114.
Kaasas City firala aad Prevlaloua.
KANSAS CITY. Oct 18.-WHEAT-De-cember.
68TiC! May- No. 2 hard.
704S7:4o ; No. 2. BsStfOc; No. 2 red. lOtlc;
No. 2. 6fi4'a94c.
CORN December. 27V4c; May. 4c; July.
3.V: cash. No. t mixed, 40c; No. 3 white,
OAT No. 2. 334034c; ,No. 2 mixed, 32(3
EX3GS Market Arm; extraa. 3c: flrata,
S2c: aeconds, 164c.
HAY Market atrong: choice timothy,
Hiairt2.60: choice prairie, 2',&i',&r0.0o.
RYE Steady; 611& 40r
BUTTER Creamery, ?6c;. packing, lilc.
Wheat, bu ;. jat.OkX) lthi.too
Com. bu 21," m 4:.fiio
Oata. bu 8.000 , v 21.000
Pkllaslelplila l-rodace Market
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1. BVTTFR
Firm; extra weatern- creamery, official
price. 27c; rtreet price,- Sic; extra neirby
prints. 30c. .
EfKJS Firm: resrby fresh snd western
fresh, 16c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
fancy. 13T13c; Nem- York full creams,
choice. U,e; New York full creams.
Amalgamated Copper ....
American C. a- P
Am. C. St r. ptd
Totton Oil pfd
H. I P'd
Unaead oil pfd ...
8. R. pfd
Tonacco pfd ctta...
Anaconda Hlnlnf Co....
Atlantic Coast Lisa
Baltimore 41 Ohio
Bal. A Obs pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt.
Ohlnmuita 1 iBnanian rariue
Shipments . . , ........
It ' Chaaapaake A Ohio
' Chicago Ot. W
SS-OO' Chlcaso N. W
5!,10M j Chicago. Mil. Bt. P ..
I Chicago T. A T
cuioago T. a t. pia
(.'., C. C. ft St. L
Colorado T. ft I
Colorado ft no
Colo, ft So. tat pfd
Colo. A So. Id pfd
Corn Produota, rff
Com Producta pfd. rf(..
Dalaa-ara ft Hudaon
lialaware. L. ft W
Denver ft R. O
IV ft R. O. pfd
Dlitlllara' SecurlthM ....
Kra lat pfd
Brla !d pfd
llllnola Cantral -
Inurnational Paper ,.
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
Inma Central pfd
Kanaaa Clt 80
K. C. 80. pfd.
Loutftvlllo ft Naab
Mlnnaapolla ft St.
M , 8t. P. ft 8. 8.
14., St. P. ft 8. 8.
M.. K. ft T
M., K. ft T. pfd
National R. R. of M.
New Tork Central....,
N. T.. O. ft W
Norfolk, ft W eat am...
Norfolk ft W. pfd
People' a Uaa
P., 0.. C. ft 1. L. . . .
Pnutd Steel Car
Prewad 8 C. pfd
Pullman Palace Car..
Raading lat pfd
Reading U pfd
Rrpubllo Steal pfd ...
Hock Ialand Co
Rock Island Co. pfd .
St. U ft 8. P td pfd
S. Louta 8. W
St. L. 8. W. pfd
So. Pacific pfd
So. Railwar pfd......
Tenneaeae f. ft I
Taaaa ft Pacific
Toledo. St. U ft W.
T . 8t. L. ft W. pfd.
Vnloa PaclAa af4....:
SOS 744 74
400 114 41
Boaton ft Alhonr
Bnntoa ft Maine...
Bnotnn Klevated .'.
Mexican Cantral ..
N. T.. N. H. II
Per Marquette ...
A mar. Arge. Cham,
Amer. Pnau. Tube.... 14
Areer. Sugar 114
do pfd , .
Amer. T. ft T IM4
Amar. Woolen 31
do pfd ms'i
Dominion I. ft 8 !4
Edlaon Elae. Ills. ...234
Maaa Electric ...
Mat. Oaa ........
I'nltfd Shoe Macs
V. 8. Steal
do pfd .u
IIS Miw. Mining
lup oid Dominion ....
I'nlted Copper ...
C 8. Mining
IT. 8. Ol
il Butte t lit 100
. aa't Nevada
.107 t'-al. Arlaona...
. 40Arlinna Cam
ill iGreene con
HOG VALUER SHOW SJMt IMPROVtMLNT
Reeelpla ( Sheep aad I.aatba l.laht,
with Deaaaad (toad aad Trade
Fairly Aetlae at Uood
lteady ta Strenc Prlcea.
SOl'Tli OMAHA. Oct. IS. Ha.,
l.ecelpts weie; Cattle, ll.igs. bliecp.
uiiichi Monday s.w.l a.l.j ii,uu
tJliit irfi luesoay ,44 e.u.o ol.laaj
m.ciuI eunec-iay lu.fc) 4,ouo
OllKkti 'Inursouy , b.W
fl steers. ...I.-?:!
4 feeders.. m)
S cows. ..
Cattle ' ..
r'our days this week...t4.4ol
8ame days last wcea Jv.oni
bame tau wee ki ago t.n
ftaine tniee wetwi SKo..2n,444
ktuine lour weeks aso... .-1.4,6
Hnnic aa-s last year :.
ihe louowing table shows the receipts of
cattle, nogs and sheep at ttoutu Omaha fur
tne year to uate. uumpartd wnn i-iat yeai:
v iie. ikoa. ino
fci.ji' Te,.l 3n,l.
yiood to Cti.uce uuin-ted sleeis
air 10 gocu co, n-ieu stecia..
Jinnion to Uir vuin-led steers...
uood to choice range steers ,
air tu 800( ranau staeis
t-uii.iiMM. to a,r ,,lg. steers. .....
rass cows and 4rut rs....,
air to good cows and heifers....
fill'i"yn 10 l,lr -'uw ueircrs.
uood to choice stuckeis and fdrs.,
r air to good Blockers and leaders.
toir,lllotl iu ,tock.t
Buns, stags, etc
fe following table shows the
ll, rL. , J10 ft Souitt Omaha lor me last
oaya, witn compuiiauns;
4 fx' Si cows..
J. V. Stetter Neh
!'2 2 75 K cows 1!
f-W 2 Si K cows VU
7:l 4 16 4 H"'i....lii:
I). H. Ingram- Nel.
f calves... 11 & 00
Mlll.lKle C. Co. Neh.
101 cows.... 1T1 2 4 cows....
W. C. Brown-Neb.
1. cows 1015 2 1: feeders.
W. K. 8"per el.
SI feeders.. 71 2 mi :'l htlfers..
19 feeders.. '".4 2 .Vi rows
O. C. McKnrlree-Neh.
9 cows 7V3 2 ;5 1', hclfrs..
K. n Rvun-Neh.
20 steers.. ..111 4 R5
A. B 1a Molt Nrh.
11 steers.. ..130 4 7S
T. Andrews Idaho.
- I heifers... 7RS 2 W
72 2 2
1. $: 1T4.; storkeis
csu-e.a sod yearlings.
cows, tmlls and mi
a no leeoers, l It'll 4 is
Hi-tie Receipts, :.ii head;, -inkrket io
lower, selling ul 4.i )t. 16, i.jIk of aalea,
t. Joseph l.le Sinek Market.
ST. JOPKl'M. Mo.. tVt. is. CATTI.K
Rcccipls, head; market stCHily; nstuea,
4 iti..4i cows and heiteie, 41 iai4 i'i; eaiK'k
era and fe. il. is. 2l :f'i4 ".
HuUM-Receipt. h.tn head; market
Sleauy; t,i., -. oh; hulk. l.-tl ..
8li f.KI'-iiecci,ts. l.'iij head; market
Steady;, lanihs, fl.jn.
, 4.tX-l oD
, 4A)I 'J
, 1 au-i- eJ
, 4 uu-j4 S
. 8.ivtf 0V
iJ- I WO. jl.lH.19oJ.laVi.i)l.llsAi.
I 4 03 s t 6 66 1 4i I 6 11
I I a U61 6 mi 0 4M 7 J 43
I U I a I 44 i, 7 a 4 34 I
I I ft 04 a I e 1,, 7 H, a U IU
I MHi t Hoi S &3 4 1 ua, tt Hi 4 i
I t ixsi 4 Wi a 4l I 4 iai tt lbi 4 kl
JJ...I '4. r hi I 6 tn 6 81 I e itl 4
13... 8 214 ft OS ft 17 6 37 7 Wi I 4 3
London C'loalnsT toeks.
IX)NrON. Oct. l.e-Closlng quotations on
tne ttork exchange wers:
Conaola, mnnay ... 14 1-14 M-. K. 'ft T..
do account 44 1-11 N. T Cantral
Anaconda 14 Norfolk ft W
Atchlaon 104' do pfd
drt pfd .......109 Ontario ft W
Baltimore A Ohio
Canadian Pacific ...
Che. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
C. M. A BU P....
Denver ft R. O
Krle tat pfd
do Sd pld
.lMVSand Mlnea ......
. (S Reading
. II Southern Railway
.111! do pfd
zo southern Paclnc .,
IT A Steal
tfo pfd . .
do pfd ..
Loulavllle ft Naah 1 IHpaniah 4a
RIM ER-Bar. quiet. SJ4d
MONEY-3tJiW per cent.
The rata ot discount in the open market,
for short bills- Is rr tent; for three
months' bills, 44 per cent.
tlesros) tpuerr Marttrtrr:- jc:
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by", Logan, 4V. Bryan, t Board.
cr rraae ouiiaing, omtaitu
Oct. 16.. .j 3214,
"vi. JO... t it
Oct. 17 1
... 1 6 10 4 He,
t lui b lii j 1 1 iui 6 2!i
a 15 121 t 4X1 7 00 4 18 1 4 83
I ft Hi - 1 So 1 tt I'll o Ui 4 ii
. i 10 ft 02, 7 uo ft iH 1 at' 4 W
I I U -'1 1 4 02
RANGE OK PRICES.
Omaha 31.76fcti.uO 26.1u4i.i
Chicago , t.Hut-M o.houn.bu
Kansas City ..',....... S.lnni.lo n.,umt.Ji
St. Louis 2.004.7 AM B.tnrtil.iiO
bloux City 2.26(i4i.A .(K4JI16
The official number of cars ot stock
brought. In today by esch road was:
Csttlc. Hogs. Sheep.
J. R. Mnmmen Idaho.
21 cows 2 70 IS cows Ml ! 10
lo heifers... IHvi 2 40
R. H. StocktonIdftho.
S feeders.. M2 t 7S 0 cows !W5 2 150
9 heifers... 411 2 25
O. ". 8. Rollnaon-S. I)
48 feeders, .lltvv 4 4 feeders.. 1(177 d 41 .
s steers. ...12tH 4 on
J H. WhlteS. P.
7 steers....! "31 4 SO
HOU8 After being lower for two days
In suet eawion, during which time values
declined fully 15i the niarset looked up a
lull, today. Heavy packing hogs were pos
siuiy no better, but the mixed and medium
klnus wore sie.tdy to a little sti'onarer. with
the best butcher nnd light weight strong
and tn some cases posauiiy as much as be
higher. The market waa alow and dull
throughout, partly due to the fact that
buyers were not especially eager and partly
to the late arrival of trains.
The sverag of all the sales yesterday
was fttl.lh. w hich was the lowi st point
touched by the market since September 12.
No Av. h it ha. An. SB, Pr.
14 11 ISO I 10 Tl !4 4il I i
I" .Ma 10 110 JJJ M 4 SO
U It ... 12 71 2Xt Kit 4 20
1 2SI HO I It II .' .(i I :
61 tn: 40 I 14 iM Ml 4 ill
14 375 HO 4 1ft S I! 1:0 I
41 71 4(1 I Ij 70 12t ... 4 10
2 : 411 u 7i sss ... lie
41 ;f lto 4 it 68 ii J40 4 lu
4i :'i ... 4 14 :s in 4 to
M toO 1M) li II ilf. 40 I l
11 :! ... 4 11 ' 10 241 io to
31 1174 ... in ;i M ... 4 S!4
47 110 ltO 4 If 71 147 WU I
t 271 40 4 11 M 344 S40 4 324
".. tfii lto I II 41 t(I ... 4 tl
4S -..Ill ... 4 1a tu I5il 4.' 14..
4 214 40 4 114 l t07 40 4 14
48 40 4 US 40 ..J a 1, 4
' 2.1 1 III 4 20 io J'l ... I Si
aa 2.4 ion 1 20
C. M. & 8t. P 1 1
Mlasourf- Pacific '. 4 1
V. P. Bystem 67 3rt
C. N. Yt east 1 1
C. A N. W.. west 34 1
C, Bt. P.. M. & 0 5 I
C, B. Q., east 1 - 1
C. B. Q west 125 15
C. R. I. & P.. east...' 2
C R. I. A P.. west 4 1 .
Illinois Central 11
Chicago Great Western.... 1 2
Total receipt .244 77 3
The disposition pf the day's receipts wita
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indickted:
Buyers. Cattle, lln-a
SHEKP Rectlpts this morning were very
light, and although ineie ue.e thuiy-llve
to folly cars, the big barn ei-tlned aim St
acscited after the heavy runs of the last
three days. For the week. However, tne
receipts snow a very large gala oec to !
aame period of last week. I
fcheep trains were very late In arriv n
ai 1 ne yards this morning, so that the roiv
mon w-us well advnnceu bifore .litre were
enough of either nhe-p or iambs ill s g .t
to really mane a market. The. a afoineu to
be a very good demand f,.r K.ll. ra . n I
packers were anxiously Innali li. lor ia.
tun. The market on oe.dinole km. era coi, o
safely be uuoted ttion-. 1 ne fac. is ihe
;, t fat sheep nmi Ket - has ien in very g.01
20 ! condition all the week, with pilcts v -.y
. firm on desirable kimis. Vui iambs wCl.l
j4 j higher en AlonUiiy. but 1 si Inust of tlu
... 1 advance on Tueansy, but wire a little bei-
iter analn yesterday, si thut they, t o. .r
4 ! strong as compared with tne c.e tf U 1
weeK. 1 nere were pleniy nt
4IMtll Willing . K M4RKKT.
4 ondlllon of Trade and 4antallona na
Maple and Kaary Produce.
KtlilS-i'cr dog., :c.
l.lvK 1MI l.l UY-llens. ste; ronatere,
(h ; .uiKi va. Kv; uurk. w, spring chlckena,
lil'TTEIl Parking stock. 17c; choice
fancy di.uy. Mf(t:lc; creamery, til'lc.
Iia V Iticis quoted hy (imaha reed com
pany; choice upland. 4-ton; medium, !.i0;
iiMiae, (N'ahiMdo. Kye straw, .fu7.0iV,
l.iiA.N I'tr ton, $KS.al.
8WKKT 1'O'litliit.h-IVr bbl.. $2 26.
itiMAIOKs-liomt' grown, por basket of
20 lls., el.tli.
WAX ln-.A NB Per msrket basket of
shout IS llis., 75c.
Tl'KMl n. Im-.KTS AND CARROTS Per
LiCaK LETTl'CH Holliousc, por doa.,
ClM.KUV-Per dog., AtiWc.
CI Ci'MHKKB-ltot house, per dns., 1.M.
OMONB Heme grown, oil' per bu.;
Spanish. t.'i& per crate.
UKKCS ONui.SS -I'er dog. hunches. 15c.
l1t.lKH.lllH('asc of 2 dog.. l on.
RADISH K8 -Per dog . bunches, LVjiJOo.
Saw hkanh Per nu., gi ta; No. i. i.7ft.
LIMA HKANH Per lb.. 64c.
t It KKN PfciPPKMH-Pcr market basket,
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dog. bunches,
C.VRBAOK Home grown, per lb., 140.
K(M PLANT Per dog. 76a.
PO TATt IK8-Per hn., lo.jhoc.
rROPICA L KHl ITS.
(IRAPK KRl'lT-Hnc 7D to NO. KM.
OR A NOES Vulenclss, 96-112 sites,
Horidn oranges, H.ifi.
LKMONH- Llmonlers, extra
else; eti oc; 3"' hIzo, txAo; .WO slse,
hratiilH, fW lies.
HA NAN AS- P.-r mcditim-slsed
$l.7Mi2 2n; Jumbos, '.' M'lia.00.
DATKS Per lb.. RnMie.
PEACH Kit ''oloraito. Nk'Dtl.M; Missouri,
per S-bnsk?t crate, $l.ir-,il.:'5; California Sal
s'" y. per box. 31.00.
PU'MS Oregon Italian prunes. $1.10.
PEARS Winter varieties, per box.
(J RAPES Home grown, por $-lh. basket.
?5c: Tckiiy. 31.73.
APPLES Per bbl., 'IJ.uOiriS.M.
CRANBEHRI KB Per bbl., $7.75.
CI T BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 ribs. Lc: No. 2 libs, 0c; No. 3 rlba.
5c; No. 1 loin. 154c; No. 2 loin. 13c; No. 3
loin, 8c; No. 1 chuck. 6c; No. 2 chuck, 4c;
No. 8 chuck. :"VC; No. 1 round, 8c; No. I
round, 7c: No. 3 round, :4c; No. l plate
3c; No. 2 plale, 24c; No. 3 plate. 2c.
SfOAR Oranulated cane. (Tl sacks, 15.41;
granulated heft. In racks, $5 81.
CHfcESK 8wle. new. lie; Wisconsin
I brick. , 144c; . WlacouKn limburger, 13c;
, twins,. 74c; young Americans. lt4e.
I COFFEE Roasted, No. Si, 254c per lb.
! No. 2C, itMc per lb. ; No. 2ft. 1S4c per lb.;
No. :h. 15Uc per lh.; No. 21, Kc per In.
I NPT8 Pecans, large, per lb, lie; small,
: per lb lie. Almonds, scft shells, per ll.,
! ir.c; hnrd shells per lb.; 134iHc. t.'ocoanutBt
! 0c Per dr s. '
8 YRl'P In bbla.. ;7c per gnl
, $M.6i; other
; In os rex,
'iiil-i Omaha Packing Co
.-1111 1 B-,(t K A ,
Black Mountain ...
Calumet ft Arltons.. 140
Calumet ft Heels..
Ei it Butte
j (Ireeno Copper .....
if ran or
L. S. ft Plttaberg.
ft MTcJii.an : 14
444 MeneWt;.'..: ......
11 Nevada Conaolldated. K
U4 North, Bwta ...... A1A
10 Old Dominion 0
II Oacaola Ill
M - Pnau, .Servloa,,,, 14
rnft. n.T' " V. yim... w--
. 21 Shaaaos .
. 41 Tamarack
. ia Trinn;
. I'nlted Prult ......
. 21 I'nlted State, com
. JiH fnltad Siatc pfd..
. 14 t un Conaolldatad . .
. 4 rtah Copper ,
. 14 Victoria '
: t Winona
. 4 Wolvtrlae
Bwlft and Cnnirtany l.StO
cuoany racking Co....
Armour A Co...-.
Vansant A Clk it
Carey A Benton
W. 4V Stephen.,.'.-,
Hill A 8on ...;..
K. P. I.ewls ..7...
Huston A Co
H. F. Hamilton
L. T. Huat ,.
Wolf ........ .....
J.' H. Bulla ;..
J. B. Root A Co..
T. B. Inrhram
V. A. Brltton
I e timer Bros
.. . SO .
. . 801
for feeding sheep and iambs iie s.nue. . a i ''"' ?"ii
there has been every day tnls week. I he I ra.",ovfeY 'p -r iran-V, ? tz SO
mail t was fullv at.urlv ami io n b n i I HOiM'.i Ht 24 frames, 43.00,
eV. .'.,!. ,w...."'Ly . '. NEW CIDER Per keg. $3.75.
ski ers Ko - hew "k ' s " ,r'V. CANNED C.OODS-.-orn. standard west-
market Is sleaily .with the close o. last
week, and, In some spots unquesilot.ar.ly u
little stronger. ,
Sitiotailoi.s on killers: Uood to choice
lambs, $7.o04i7.2T; inlr io good lambs,
. 1 su' 7.00; good to choice yearling,.,
J5. 60ft 6.90; fair to good yearlings, U.25
U 5.50: good to cho.oe wethers, tt.vw
a.w; good to Choice ewes. 31.3t-H.!.
Sfxi; yearlings, ti.lixtio.oO;
ft 6. IS; ewes, $3.5X4.i.O;
. native' yearling...'....
1491 Idaho feeder lambs...
108" Idaho feeder lambs...
1 523 Idaho feeder iambs...
I 4M Idaho feeder' lambsv..
1 142 native wethers
I 2So natlwwethi.rs..i
I 7to feeder lambs
I $M Idaho feeder Utmbs.....
'1 406 Idaho feeder lambs. ..
I 44 Idaho lambs
Vm western feeder lamb.
1,-X'l ltiaho lamha
99 Idaho lambs
Dl Nebraska lambs
CATTLE Recelpta of cattle thl. morning ! V ftj "
Were Vepv llheral tnr Thii.Ht, K,,e . V.Z. . ?? "yOniing tW 08
. . irains came siragg'ing in so late tht there i , Wvom mi vearilnn
' S1 Zt al BO tlme r"nt numr on sale. I 3 WvSm nl we1he
- The market was very lata In opening and ij WyoiX! wethers '
.147 "ZL'LrZ"JrL'"J y- .. m Nebrssks lamb.
Statement of Baala of Fraaee.
PARIS, Oct. 18. The weekly statement of
the Bank of France shows- the following
changes: Notes In clrculstion, Increased,
11,750.000 francs treasury deposits. Increased.
18.976.O0O francs; general deposits, Inoreaaed,
68.960.000 franca; gold In hand, decreased.
3.806.000 franca; silver tn hand, decreased
41 2,560,000 franca; bills, discounted. Increased,
"4 133.226,000 francs; advances, decreased, ,3M,-
4-14 171 177
4.004 N4 M
a No. I.
Cssh quotations were aa follows: .
FLOVR Steady; winter patents, U-S0Q
1.40; winter straights, $3 HaW fc; spring pat
ents. $3.siI3 0: apiing atraiahta. $3u4li.;
bakers. ti.0jn.0. ' '
WHBAT No, t spring. 7fr0e; No. I
spring. 7244T7o.i No- $ red. n4r7SSc.
CORN Na. 3, 464c; No. 3 yellow. 464.
OATSNo. . 3c; No. t white, S4Jl)4ic;
No. $ whtU. 3i434c.
RYE No. 3, IBc
RARIeET Oootl feeding. J94; fair to
choice malting, 4ti3r.
SKEDS-No. 1 flat. Il.; No. 1 north,
weatern. 31. 11. Prime timothy. 34.10. Clover.
I contract grade, $11 00.
PROTKIOo enort noe siaee (lonae),
$8.374$T&. Meaa pork, per bbl.. $lau.
Urd. per 100 lbs. $ 37 Short clear
side (boxed, $i C'441.Ti. .
Fbllowlnf were the recelpta and ahlp
menta of flour and grain:-
Flojr. bbla. - k.?i
V heat, bu 73 0Ort 13 4.10
Corn. bu...'. Ih4. 174
4ta. bu $.rt 3JVa
Rye. bu U V
Barley, bu ?!.i0 3.li
Of ihe Produce eicnnnge toaay the but
ter market waa steady; creameries. IMX
f-V; dallies. 184,c. Eggs, strong; at mark,
cixitf mcluoea. isr.ici nnw, xrr; prima
ta extras, c, cneeae, atrong.
Mveriae! Grata aad rra-rlaleaa.
Mllwaakee 4; rata Market.
MILWAVKFE. Oct. 1. WHEAT Ma r-
rt. steady; No. 1 northern. 7fi794o: No.
northern. 75078c: December. 744c asked.
RYB Firm: No. 1. 4i64c.
BARI.ET Firm; No. 2, 65c; sample, 3PH
CORN Steady: No. 3 cash, 454i4T,4e: De
cember. 42 e asked.
LIVERPOOU Oct. 11-WHEAT-Fli
js-o t red w eat era winter, is 11 Vd, futui
SKejitlv; lw cember. 4a 64d; March, (a 4l.
ay; America a
Peoria Grata Market.
PEORIA. Oct. 13. CORN Higher; No. 3
yellow and No. 3, 444c; No. 4. 434c; no
OATS-FIrm; No. S whits. SJ4cj No. 3
White S8ef No. 4 white. 82c.
RYE Firm: No. t, 444) 5e.
- Dalatk Grata Market. ,
. DI'I.I'TH. Oct. 18. WHEAT No. 1 hard,
on track. 1ie: to arrive and on track. No.
northern. TTSe; No. 3 northern, 764c;
October. TTHc; December. 75Sc; May. 79c;
Jnly. T4 . -
Toledo Beed Market.
TOLEDO O. Oct. 11 SEEDS-Clover.
rash and October, 3X.174; December, U
Timothy. $19-4 Alslke. $: 30.
K-a4Hprated Apple aad Dried Frails.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 EVAPORATED
A PPLEH Market continues to show a
firmer tone with prime to fancy quoted
st 6Att4c a .id common to good at 447T
CALIFORNIA PKIKD FRCITS Prunes
mmam firm In tone with quotstlnns ranging
from I4- to 8c for Cullfomla fruit and
from 4c to loc for Oregon. Aprlcota are
auU S-nd pak.ee more or less awiuloal.
WA8HINOTON. Oct. 147. Todsy'a state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $150,000,(00 geld
reeerve, showa: Available- cash balanc s,
$222,222,283; gold coin ami bullion, $107.6 3
000; gold certificates, $38,461,230.
OMAHA. Oct. 18. Bank clearlnga for to
day were $2,040,091.08 and for the corre
a ponding date last year $1,532,561.40.
BOSTON. Oct. lH.-WOOI-The wool mar
ket ia In a aatlafactory condition, with
prices steady and trading active in spots.
Territories are In demand. Both large and
small consumers seek fine and fine medium,
aa well aa three-elghtlia and half-blood.
In pulled woola there Is a call for a good
"A aupera, but the supply Ig limited.
Choice' lots bring v84o. Foreign wools,
especially crnss-breds, are In active de
mand. Leading domestic quotations follow:
Ohio and Pennsylvania, XX and above, 334
iB34c; X. 51tif2c: No. 1. 4(41c; No. 2. 30fc
Sflc; fine unwashed. 'ihftV:'. quarter-blood,
unwashed. 33'i-84c; three-elghthe blood, un-
I wsshed, 84(d35c: quarter-blood, unwashed,
i S:iiX3c; delaine, washed.. 3V(i37c; delaine,
n'Riii iikiu oeei caoiH eonnnue in netii-e ... , .. .
demand snd stock of that kind was fully I t w'm " 3
steady. There are. however, a good many , w "f mt.
common old range cattle comlns- and It I. 7 ;7,?m'n? .""'?
a difficult matter to' ten juat -h.rr itick X ,Z lamh. r"v"
of that kind will land. In fact, the way j J$ g "h Dakc da ewe's' b'rV.
hhi.,riilr SM ISS h Dakou ew:,:.hr
ine uener araaes nen sooil catt e are i
scarce the other grades naturally sell more ! ruipito
..u ..j WVtllinRD. 11111 11'ii.r-
ket as a whole was dull nnd late with
lower tendency tw the lexs desirable k'mls.
Cows and heifers were In very liberal
supply, ns has beer! the case every day this1
week. The good kinds sold Just about
steady st the decline yesterday, but the
common and medium kinds looked 10c
lower. Aa was the caae with pteers the
trsde was slow, mticrer the dullness being
due to the lute arrival of trains.
Oood feeders continue In active demand
and nre selling fully as high as any time.
Feeder buyers are taking some pretty
fleshy cattle, paying better than 36 for an
occasional bunch. While these cattle are
sold as feeders it must be understood that
they are really fat rattle and are Intended
for only a very short feed. Common and
medium kinds of cattle, of which there was
a great abundance, continue to movel
1.1 VK STOCK
em. CG9i4t0c: Maine. $1.15. Tomatoes. 3-lb.
cans. $1.00: 2-lb.. f174c4i$l.fK1. Plnespples.
grated. 2-lh.. $.' 0-.i3.2O; siloed. $1 90rij i 9;
gallon apples, fancv, $.!: Cnllfornla apri
cots. $1.0 ii2.25; purs. $l.7n1i2.DO; poaches,
fnncv, $f.73''il40: H. C. peaches, ti (aniiil;
Alirki silmon, r d. $1. 6; fane Chinook, f.,
$2.10; fnncv .aockeye, V.. J1.85. Sardines,
Vi-oll. $2.: 4,-nuiHiard, 83.00. Sweet pota
toes, 1.10iul.2.": snuetkraut. $1.00; pumpkins,
stk-ij1.C0; 1 ,-jix beans, 2-lh., 65TvMh?; lima
bonus. 2-lb., 75cti$1.3.V, spinach, $1.88; cheaii
poms, 2-lb., 6oc; extra, 7oi0oc; fancy, $1.25441
CI." RED FISH-Famllv . whltefUh, per
nusrtor bbl., PO lbs.. $l.iu Norway mack
erel. No. 1, $): No. 2. $200; No. 3, $3iVi)0;
Irish, No. 2. $11100; herring. In bbls.. 200 lbs ,
each. Norway. 4k. $12.00; Norway, 8k. $13.00;
Holland, mixed. $ll.Ni; Hoi lard herring, in
kess. milkers. 80c; k gs. mixed, 70c.
F18H Buffalo, larao d rinsed, sc; trout,
modluni or large, dressed. 12c: pike, dressed,
11c; halibut, fine stock, lie: cattish, dressed,
15c: bullheads, dressed and skinned, 12c;
white perch, dressed. He; Crapples, large.
12c: sunflsh, pan slse, fie: white nass. ertra
holoe. 12c; pickerel, 9c; salmon. Chinook,
Ho; whlteflsh tfroxen), 12c; mackerel (Span
Isfc i. 16c; native, p r fish, lSi2oc;odtlsh,
fresh, frosen, 12c: Bounders, fresh, frogen,
lie; bluehehf. fresh, frosen. 15c; haddock,
freah. frosen, pie- redsnnpper, dressed, 12e;
smells. No. 1, per lb.. 12c; lobsters (boiled),
per lh.. to?: green. 37c; eel, per lb., IHcj
frog lees, per dot., 25c; roe shad. $1 eeuh;
shad roe, pair. 45c. t
. HIDE AND TALIA)W-Qreen salted.
No. I. 134o; No. 2. 12c: bull hides. 94
love; green hides. No. 1. 124c: No. 2, llc;
horse. HKji-! 7i; sheep pelts, 60cffl.25. Tal
low. No. 1, 44c; No. 2. 34c.
WOOL Per lb.. 18(f23c.
Cattle Weak to Tea Teats
HoKa Strong to Higher. I
CHICAGO. Oct. 18 CATTLE ReQefpts,
13.0IO head: market. weAk to 10a lower:
I fancy ateera, $i.76ri7.30; common to good.
Metal Market. 1
NEW TORK. Oct 18. The London mar
ket was 1 5h lower at 198 for snot, and
at 197 for futures; market Is locally quiet,
soot. 43.0tHi43.O. Copper lowir In the
English market, declining 3 2s Sd to 99
ine for spot uml C9 6a for futures, locally
strong; lake. .-,Wiin 60; electrolytic, $21. SI
f)270o: casting $:l.;5u'2l.75. Lead Quiet.
16.7501 45 In the local market; In I-ondon
Rvk i.!i. ia'iiVrfii, uVf !,t'1 higher at 4.19 17s tM. Spelter tm-
6i6. bulls, $2. 4i34.i6j calves $4.67.56; ; changed. $l.2Mi.26, locally: unchanged.
U'J:tTT ,VJA. w ' f- '.v lndo.,. Iron unchanged In tha
-- -- ---- T,v - cngnsn msrsei siannara iouniry bib ta;
-r a-iWi V Ci,ho,"'J he".v)Li!h,S" Clvelsnd warrants. 57s 74l; locally firm
pins'. 3b.jiSwi.824 IlKht butchers. .S0itt ifl: . i...... v i e...
l.etm k ut,
Va. -Carolina chemloal
Va. -Carolina lhaa. pfd...
V'attaighnua Electric ....
Wbaallng 4V It.
Wla Cantral pfd
I antral Leatbar
rerlral Lawihar pfd
(jrvat Nanhern pfd
Int. Met. ptd
Total aalsa Inr tba day.
unwashed. 2JW2HC. Micnigan Fine un
waahed, 33i34c; quarter-bliaid, unwashed,
3Ug3Jc; delaine, unwaahed, 27fl2o. Ken
tucky, Indiana and Missouri Combing,
three-eighths blood, 33oi35c; combing, quarter-blood,
Wu 31c. Texas (scoured basis)
Fine twelve months. 724?73c: fine six to
41 I eight months, 676c; fine fall, clean, 6St
j W.1C. vauiornia tiM-,ui..t Lemt ivuruici u
choloe. eo a ,uv ; norinero aiitu, kko.ui-; mia
dle counties, fcifiUSo: southern. 2i3c; falls
free, 5tii67c. Oregon (scoured basis) East
ern No. 1 staple, 72r74c; eastern No. 1
clothing. tT73ie; valley No. 1. r&2c. Ter
ritory staple (scoured baalai Fine. 73o75cs
n MA.ii,,n, ftii. 17l j medium. (UiibitlV.. Tr.
'!!! I rliorial ordinary (acoured basis i Fine. 704(
ijo ! 7c: flue medium. 7'tJie; medium. 65Kc.
4 6 11
t It I
I 44 I
I 44 I
101 1 44 4 ,
ni i ea a u)
ilUl.iliKii A.Nu Jr'4t;a,iic.a8.
-i.'iVT . ii-.i-:-.v. 3 3
iv r.D i r.nnn-a ibhabkA.
1444 I 44
44 t 74
14 rows PW4
16 feeders.. KKI3
61 feeders.. Ul
S cows 9Mi
4 bulla 13U
lb lie.um... im
4 cawt ufrs 7(a)
31 feeder a.. 972
24 feeders.. 1104
61 steers. ..
Colorado and New Mexico, spring, scoured.
X. bMlTOc: NO. J, wiw. ruiiea wools.
(scoured baalsi Extra. ,2ji4c; fins A, tewi , cowa
6.V- A supers. 6iljti4c: H supers, buojbjo. 1 12 cows..
ST. IXJ118. Oct. IS WOOL 8teady; mt- i 45 cows.,
dltini grades, combing snd clothing. 2313' fi cows..
274c; light fine. Itvir21c.; heavy fine.. 15lio;
tub-washed. 32WT4C- -
Sear York Mialasi itorka.
NEW YORK. Oct. 1$. COTTON Spot
closed quiet: middling upland. 1136c; mid
dling gulf. 11.50c; sales. 150 ha lew.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 13. COTTON pot,
moderate business done, prices unchanarv-d
to 4 points higher; American middling fair.
itVRrVl: good middling, 4V5?d' middling, Kd;
low middling. 4 l.l; gooa ordinary. 6.ai:
ordinary. 6.66d. The sales of the day were
74 I 7 000 bales, of which to were for specula
I lion ana riiiwi, tnu ii,i.-,w-tw, ,,iw, .Aiiinri-
t-sn. Receipts were 1300 bales, all AnLerl-
NEW YORK, Oct. .13. Closlnar n,,nt..i ' NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 1 COTTON
cks were: " "
I Little CMaf ...
Kaaall Hopt ..
. . 10
on mining sto
Bninawlcg Coo .
( oaaetoefe Tunnel
l ea. CaL Va.
Lawdviia Cm ..
Malemeat of Bask of Raglaad.
of the Bank of England shows the follow-
,J.t.r"an': . ToU' "V"" Inrrnased.
di2.ouu, circulation, drcrcaaod. 4.61a uuu
bullion. Increaavd. 65.547; other eecuriiiea'
daH-raaHed. 2.(ai.(a); other depoeita,
creaieed, 974jj; pubiie depoeita. In-
ereased. 1.423.0io; notes reserve, lacr'ased,
4!.ar; government sccurltlea uuchn.eti.
The propurtion of the bank reserve to lia-
Rnnt closed eteadv: aales. 7.2tl) bales: low
ordinary, 4c. nominal; ordinary, c noai.
Inal: good ordinary., 9 15-ltc; low middling,
104c: middling, 114c; good middling, llo;
middling fair. 12c; fair. I24.C. nominal;
recelpta, 1t." bales; slock, 115 aria bales.
BT LOl lS. Oct. la -COTTON-Steadr;
middling. 114o; aalea. 4s bala; recelpta. 5I
bales: ahlpmenta. 10t bales; stock. .r.-a
7 cows 1073
93 steers...! U0 Iw
17 feeders.. 1123 4 26
7 readers. .12M io-- il feeders.. 1219
1 steers.. ..12bl 3 90 17 steers. ...11K5
24 steers.. ..1134 3 85 19 steers. ...1173
7 feeders.. 9t6 3 S6 17 feeders.. 1M1
39 fenders.. has 4 46 2 feeiiers. .KC3
i 11 cows ... 11)79 3 30 13 cows 933
. 91 3 00 9 steers.. ..Hid
. 914 3 00 f cows 1010
.117 I 16 34 cows 1033
. 9 S 66 7 cows 7
. 81SJ 3 70 43 feeders.. 1154
.944 3 00 U feeders . 1IK3
3 10 23 cows liwo
39 ateera. ...1168
7 cowa kl5
51 3 10 84 feeders.. 9W
2a 3 nl 33 steers. ...1219
10 steers.... 940 1 66 tB steers.. ..1277
14 steers. ...1220 4 30
Tolland Cattle Co. Wyo
114 feeders. lOW IW ( feeders.. 1061
lit rosi..,. M) 3 26 11 cows 944)
30 bulla 12(7 3 46
8. Moutlmon Wyo.
$1 feeders.. 797 Is IK cows 894
Bo per Cattle Co.- Wyo.
tl steers.. ..1153 4 30 13 steers.... 10M
27 steers. ...1344 4 76 ,73 ateera. ...12S5
94 oowa 1U07 $ 76 14 cowa S94
T. W. ot 1- w. Mai news w yo.
cows sai i'J
4 65 I
4 30 I
I (Ilia aaial Haailai
OIL CITY. Pa., Oct. 13 -OIT44-Credit I Wind River
balances. $169. Runs, 124.397 bils.; av-I 30 feeders. .114 $76
erases, gs.in bbls.; shlpmenta, 126.243 bbls.; ! 97 feeders.. 950 4 26
svernire. irs.nn onis.
Arm. 4i4c. bid.
ROSIN-FIrm; stock, ,467 bbls.; A."1 B.
C. 3396; D, 44 00: E. $4aMlA; F, $4 164 1
18 OI L Turpen t Ine,
6 174: O. $4 , K, 44.SO; iS, $4.10; W Q, leJa); ( 36 feeders. .laS7
so calves. ,
81 culvee. .
L. 8. i'o. Wyo
25 feeders. .1104
1W feeders.. !a.l
A. B. Marshall Wyo.
34 feedera b'22 4 5n 13 cowa 102S
Beckwlth. Bulno aV Co., Wyoming.
351 cowa ... 902 8 36 PJ cows (71 2 60
Adairson PrentK e Wyo.
28 calves... 839
83 oows 931
14 cows 990
I bulls 138
111 steers... 9IS
10 steers. ...1134
T steers. ..13
choice light, H 4fVin Sc.: light mixed. $rt.30i
6.10; packing, $5.6(Kii(i.40; pigs, 6.2S(u4i.l5. '
SHEEP AND LAM ItS-Reeelpts, 2J,0n0
neau; msrset ror Dest, steady: o4hera.
weak: sheeo. 81 56i5.75: vearllnara. fi,vi
i.26; lumba, $G.lJH4j7.60.
Kanaaa City live Mock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct 18.-CATTLF.-
Receipts, 11.000 hesd. Including 1.5(0 head
southerns; market steady; choice export
and drnvited beef steers, $6.50trt,25; fair to
good. $4.0ofi6.4o; western Meeis, $3 6'di.2;
stoi-kers and feedera, $2.60454.75;- southern
steers, $2.Stii4.25; southern cows, 2.)4i..!Kt;
native cows, $2.0013.75; native heifers, $2.50
4(4.75; hulls. $2.15i3.50; calves, $3.(0'uti.6).
liOOH Rectilpts. 8.000 held; mtrliet
Weady; top. $H.35; bulk of sales, $S.3f4i(!.324;
heavy, Kin.3; packers, $6. Wa i.:'5;
llgs snd lights. $5.7fVij.2o,
BI11.KP AND LAMBS Recelnts. (KiO
head; market strong lo 10c higher; lambs-,
$5. 7647.76; ewes and year.lngf'. 34.50n;-.B):
western yearlings. $6 25i6.5; western
shrxm. $4.2fyii6.25: stockers and . fneHera
St. I.onls Live Stock Market.
BT. III'IS, Mo.. Oct. 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 5.o head. Including 2.26S) Texaus;
market, natives, slow; Texans, steady; nu-
tlve shipping and export steers. 14 v,i7 hi-
dreSFed beef snd butcher steers, llSoiki
steers under l.ouu pounds,. $:t.on4.7ii; stock
ers and feeders, $iinq45n; cows and heif
ers. $2.4046.50; canners, $1.00i2.10; bulls, $J 36
ip-a.ui; raivea. ai.taan'i.bu; "rexaa and lndlaji
ateera, $2.75)S.26: cowa and helfera li.liril
HOGS Receipts. 5.0X1 head: market 10c
lower; plga and ilghte, $n.(Hic.4i; packers.
KHkUH.40; butchers and beat heavy, Va.Za
SHEEP AND LAMRR Rflcelptg. ,!
head; market ateady; native muttons, $3.60
(iiO.75; lambs, $3.60j7.S(i; culls and bucks.
$2.3546.0u; Blockers, $2.5034.00.
ew York Live Htock Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1$.-BEEVE8-Re-celpts,
134 head; market fene, dull;
drcsed beef In fair demand; native aides,
per pounn; lesaa Deer. 64, 41-.
Liverpool and London cattle markets un
changed. , ,
CALVES Recelpta. part late yesterday,
847 head; veals dull and barely gteviiy;
westerns and grassers not wanted; veal
$4.5oi8.60; culla and lltUe cajves, $350 4 00:
weatrrna and graasrrs, nominal; drts(d
calves dull; city dressed Vesls, Mile p-r
pound: country dressed. 74j12o.
HOdS-Kecelpts. 1.9x9 head, alt slaurh
terern except i few head: nominally steady
SHEEP AND I-AMBS-Heeelpts, 4,ilf
head; lambs. 60c lower, ot 8.7Mi7 6) for fair
to good; choice not quotable above $7.75.
(i? CVHi.0; No. 2 foundry northern. H
4i2?.80; No. 1 foundry southern. 811.50822.0(1;
No. foundry southern. 321.nndKt.tV).
ST. LOl lS. Oct. IS M ETALS Lead,
Strong at $5.y&.!. Spelter higher at $.2f).
NEW YORK. ot. 18. COFFEE Market
foe futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to a decline of 10 points. In reevjone
to somewhat disappointing European ci
blcs and a little scattered liquidation. The
market Improved a little during the see
slon (ui somewhat smaller Braslllan re
ceipt" than recently and at the close waa
st,eady net unchanged to 6 points lower.
Sulrs for the day were reported of 17.T0
bags. Including December at 4.vgil.5ocJ'
March, btfic: Msy, B.26c: July, eoo; aep-
9ri7.00c. Spot RIo. steady; No. T
Kagar and Molasses,
NEW YORK. Oct. 18.-SPOAR Raw,
steady; fair refining, -$4c; centrifugal 94)
test, 4c: molasses sugar, ' 8A4C. -Refined,
quiet; crushed, 6.60c; powdered, 6c; granu
HK Al, ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Bwentsel and wife
lot 18, block 13.'
4 steers.. ..llw (
rtioux City ...
Kansas City ,
St. Joseph ...
stork la Slaht.
of live atock at the' six
9 0 0
to (ins Kraft,
Karl Crlser and wife to Jessie Jose
phine tttiilcy. w59 feet of lot 1,
bl(H-k 4. Plamvlew ...a
Oak Chatham Redlek to Reuben L
relir, part of ne-4 of ne, 9-15-18
Datus M. Shrenk to Sola A. Craw
ford, lot 7, block I. Myers, Rich
ards 4V Tllden's addltlonr
Eiuatern Realty company 'to Klsla
M. Hoi mem, lots 9, 30 and 81, Wash
O. W. Wattles and wife to ill!h
Butler, part of lot 3, Griffin &
Amanda Hazard aisl husband to
William Elton, lot 4, s4 of nw4,
William J. Connell and
James Forslh, lot 6,
Loivenwortn Iwraci .
Thomas Dugdate et al.
Prusliu and wife, 114
01 lot 0,
Brown Park, South
.37.213 M.1U9 41 ,6413
laws City l.tve Stack Market.
BIOC; CITY, Oct. 18.-(BpecUil Telegram
CAT rLK Receipts. Idea head: , market
I weak; aiwckvra steady; beeves, Hwilili
Bams to Anton Buglewlcg and wife,
Harry M. ('bristle to lialtlias Jotter,
lot I, Christie's Place
F.niniu C. Johnston to Balthas Jet-
ter, lot 1 and n46 fecit of lot 2,
- block 2(4, South 'Omaha
Mary E. Huge and hUHbaud . to
Charlea B. Flint, lot 9, block 7,
Ellen Hriardy to Alice Carrick. e4
of lot 8, block 60. Omaha
Bertha E. Iuvcnport and liusband to
H J. Kane, lot 11, block 6. Alamo
tjenevleve Tylre to Josef Ytluko and
wife. 4 of lot 15, block 3. Has-
Harry A. Wolf to Kmtl Tlioinnuon.
lot 14 and e2 feet of lot 13, block
A. Prospect Place a..
Rust-Owen I. limber company to
Harry A. Wold, sains
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