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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 100.
tKS AND PRODUCE MARKET
haat't ftnhhar. t;.. n;.-.-
Bulli tad Tin- Itt 0.
ICES GRADUALLY EASE OfF HHFCENT
"hie. LlTtrtatl I.anr
of ber eve Bearish-Light Export
Haslnes Doit ea Break
torn Rate Wakr.
OMAHA, Oil. i. i:ri
the Influence of lower foreign mar-
i.n iut! niuiKet, noting a very Ugnt
, , mui AKagiij- uecunea. me
-a8J.c ,W'm yterrtay. I'm bear-
w, n as discouraged the bull, a for tho
hst week the market has failed to respond
" any news ..f a bullish ..i,,n -V,...
V... ,WM "'ow "" receipts wero
,,. .1 u ,;?ht VTt business, wag done
t,e break, clearances tor the week
mh1'.71.I,,Uv V'"'1', w" "sbl In corn
-nd this cereal followed wheal to a lower
Ji. "''P'" are. tunning heavier than
mat year, but fnr todAv were under the
stlmat. Kansas Cliy anil St. Ixiul ra
tioned receipt of new corn ml a few csrs
artic to Chicago. Cah demand la poor
nd very i?ie business la don tor ex
Primary wheat receipt were l.W8.0 bu.
na anipments 887.nno bu.. against receipts
extra. 2r. Cheese. trady. 11 -J
SEW IDHK (.tir.HU. MARKET
QaotatUn of the Par en Varlona
,?-n..?9RK- Oct. IB.-IXOVR-ne-celpt.
18.U7 hbls.: exports. 21.6J6 hbls.;
'. .'" f kr .; market steady but quiet;
Minnesota pa'ents. Il.liq 44-; Mmne
t'V bakers, a. 403. : winter patents. H.75
f : "A",1"' "tralshta. $i50f,3.4 winter
winter low grnrVs, $!75
C3.20. Ka flour, firm; fair o good. $3 f9
M: choice to fancy. $3.8.V(M.1S. Buckwheat
noI."'1?'i Uoii spot and to strive
CORNWiixi .steady, nn white and
rellew. $120712$, coarse, $18.104.22.168.
dried. $2,756 2. 8i.
"K-KIrm; No. 3 weatern. t?Hc. c. I. f..
BARLEY Steady;, 42'4e, c. I f.. Buffalo;
mal.V11i j01'- Buffalo.
tjHbAT--Hrilpt, 7nt bu.; export.
7 bu. ; aae, l,4M,0i) bu., future; eput
market eaay; No. 2 red, TS. elevator;
rei, iini,:. r o. b., afloat; No. 1
northern. Dunn h. 7fo. f. o. h . afloat: N'o.
I hard winter. 8:4c, f. n. .. afloat. From
the tart today wheat showed evidence of
a chane in aentiment, arowlng out of bet
ter Argentina newa and lower cable. In
the aftt-rnon a hearleh "Modern Miller"
report rattaed further aelllng and prices
topped 'kc under lat night, eioalng Ho
to He ntt lomer. May. cloa-.-d
t fcfic; December, NlHiM la-lrtc, closed in
(ORN-Rlpl. jo.oJi bu.; eiporta.
W.477 bu.; salea, lit'! bu., pot; spot mar
ket br?ly steady; Ne. 5, M4c, elevator,
nl 5Sc. f. o. b.. afloat; No. t yellow, nc;
No. t white. Ke. Option market wan
ttnout transactions, elotlnr net un
'r wV e TiVi.i f , . nmnin transactions, c nsing net un-
:T?ona Er. eJ.1:fl,s9'?"0 "d M.ipmenta of changed. January rlosed at Vie; May
slilpmen-.s M.m l.u., against receipts
-l?r of ' OW hu. and shipments of
.ivom bn. (.learancea were hu. nt
wneaf. St.)iO bn. of corn, 31, bu. of otts
ind flour and m heat equal to 7,0K) bu.
Jlrerpooi closed 'id loner on wheat and
unchanged to "4d tower on torn.
Minneapolis flour output last week de-
reased MOOD bbl. The output waa SM.tWO
.' a,"ln,,t the previous week and
.',68A laat year. Hales of flour for export
?' Minneapolis and outside millers last
T.".Tr wer timatel by the Northwestern
Miller at 70.0 hbls.
One of the prominent export houses at
lilwaito claimed last night that the stock
of red winter wheat through the east was
very low and that sales could be madB
from that market If cara could be had or
ny guaranty given that the grain would
reach the eat within a reasonable time.
The Modnrn Miller saya: "Winter wheat
seeding Is rapidly nearing completion.
Farmers are rushing this week, where not
lrady done, as the season for planting Is
getting late. A large acreage has been put
In and the soil is In fine condition to start
growth, aa there haa been an abundance of
Ivocal range ot option:
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close ! Tea jr.
T; C74 K 7H
71T Til, 71i 71i Tlv,
7 374 WTi 37 374
S7 7H t: w
si ' ?.n; it 3i si'i
KH K 321, 82'4 X.
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. 4 spring. 1 car at 6Ke.
DATS No. I white. 1 cara at sn4c
Otnana rasb Prices. (
WHEAT No. I hard, MH'tM'e: No. 3
liard. fc(ft7c; No. 4 hard, 6JiiS5c; No. 3
CORN No. 8. 30V: No. 3 vellow. 39Ha
.:r; No. s white. 0Vig-lc.
V OATS-No. 3 mixed. WMr: No. 3 white,
ri'n.Me; No. 4 white. SOUflSMie.
RYE No. 2, 69c; No. 3. 7He.
. Carlot Receipts
Kansas City 133
St. trfiul 84
Closed at 49 6-e; Dfcemner close,! at 614o.
OATS Receipts, 103,1(09 bu.; exports, 3'.
7 bu. ; spot mnrket steadv; mixed oats.
WHS! poumls. 3SVtc; natural white, Rofl3J
pounds. ?.M1404e; clipped white, SS
FHKD Hrm; spring bran, UJ.on for
October shipment; middlings, t2-35 fur
HAY f teady; shipping. IttfrMc; good to
HOPft 8t-ndy; strtte, common to choice,
Wi crop. arrijCoc; V.k crop, ltusil'ic; Paolflc
coast, l crop, 15ijl&c; Vf crop. i:fil4c.
HIDES Steadv; Umveston. to 25 lbs..
2V; California, h to 23 lhs., 2K; Texas dry.
24 (0 30 lbs., 1-.
TvKATHER Steady: a.ld. 2Vfl:7o.
PROVISIONB-Beef. steady; family, I12.
1J.S0; mes, VWj iin- beef hams. Tl
?25t; packet. 310.'n lft.50; city extra Inrtli
mesa, IH.60ifll7.no. (ut meats, steady; pick
ied bellies. Ili).2f;12.5; nickled shoulders,
nominal: pickled hams. 12.no. I.ard.
firm; western prime. $ vir9.7n; refined,
firm: continent, in.2: South America,
310.25: compound. 17. 607.76. Pork Ami:
family, 31 ftVi:i 50; short clear, Iltl.60ffl8.50;
mesa. $18.03 18.75.
TALLOW Firm: city H? cr pkg), SHo;
country (pkgs. free), 54rao.
RICE Firm: domestic, fair to extra, Sty?
'c: Jsprvn, nominal.
COFFF.Tv-Btesdy; No. 7 Rio.
Bt'TTER Firm: street price, extra
creamery. 27c. Official rrlces: Cream
ery, common to extra, 18'?l2n1c: held, sec
onds to extra. Jlflafic; state dairy, common
to fancy. 18'S2fic; renovated, common to
extra, lS4'!i2-c; western factory, common
to firsts, lmri)ii.o: western Imitation
creamery, firsts. I!ivft2ne.
CHEESE Firm; state, full cream, amall
fancy. 13sc: fair to good, wm"f-: state,
large fancy. 134e: state, fair to good, 12
81.lc: state, Inferior, 10:fiUie.
KUOS Firm; atHte, rennsyivania ana
nearby, fancy selected white. AZiiXlc; state,
choice. 3fx&31c: state, mixed extra. 2Sflc;
western flrsis, X'ap: official prices. vi
CScI western Sfconds, 22S2lc.
POUI.TnT Dressed, demorallxed; west
ern chickens, livfri&c; spring turkeys,
20c; fowls, 10rtJ13c.
St. Lools General Market.
LOVIS. Oct. . WHEAT-Lower:
No. 2 red. cash. 751i7Rc: No. 2 hnrrt.
riflCAKU GRAIBC . ASD PHOViatOiS
a'eatares at the Tradta sa CUalag
Prices Baard at Trad.
CHICAGO, Oct. 1. An advance In the
minimum rate ot discount of the Bank of
England to per cent was largely responsi
ble for weakness today In the local wheat
market. At the close wheat for December
delivery was down e, corn w-as off '4c,
nats showed ft loss of e and provisions
were from 2Vin to 7Ue. hiaher.
TBe flurry in the money market due to
the action of tha Bank of England caused
active selling at the opening and the mar
ket failed to rally from the Initial decline.
Other bearish factors were favorable ad
vices concerning the Argentine crop, lower
F rices for cash wheat at Kansas City,
Allowing Increased receipts st that point,
and generally Improved weather enndJtlona
In tha United States. Pit traders were free
sellers early In the day and Ister smaller
holders Joined In the movement. A report
by a St. Loula trade pnper to the effect
that a large acreage had been sown to
winter wheat Increased the late seiiincr.
The demand came mainly from shorts ana
commission houses. The market closed
weak. December ooened Sfl-V-c to VTc
lower at TV7IVfcc. sold off to HSIIHo nd
closed at 73"4J7SNc. Clearancea of wheat
and flour were equal to R75.WO bu. Kxpertg
for the week, aa shown br Bradstreet's,
were eoual to 4,30.nnO bu. Prlmarr recelpti
were 1.O78.O0O bu., as against l.oss.ooo for tha
I Mint day last year. Minneapolis, Ouluth
1 and Chicago reported recelnts of Ms cars,
1 hs against 61 last week and 777 a year ago
Tradln In the corn pit was quiet, and
the tone of the market wns weak. Lara;
shipments from Argentina and Increased
movement of the new crop in the smith
west, and Improved weather conditions
throughout the corn belt were the chief
weakening Influences. The selling was
mainly bv pit trader and the demand cam
from short and cosh buyers. The market
closed eaev. Peeember opened He to wir
lower at 4Svff42He to 42Hc sold between
l',c and 4Se and ciosen at "c. ijnrm
receipt were 2M car, with 170 of contract
vrJ!!?f- .nA uii. There I'M
V noma selling by local longs and commls-
ion houses, while otrerinas were turn oy
cash purchaser. The bearish factors were
favorable weather for the movement of the
crop and the weaVnesa of wheat and corp.
neeember opened "e lower at 3.v,e. sold
letween 33c. snd S3Uff33He and cloned at
3SVfl3iC Local receipts were 212 cars.
Because of light offering tha provisions
market was quiet. The tone was Arm be
cause of a strong- market for live hogs. A
feature of the trading was th buying of
January products bv shorts and eomml".
-Ion house At the close Januarv pork
was up sc at I13.7R. Inrd was up TUc at
$t?H and rlba were ?ie higher at 17,474. ,
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: What,
42 cars: corn. 323 cars; oats. 23 car: hogs.
The "leading tuture ranged as follows:
i2j74'c; December, 72He; May. 7fi4j'a iHTo.
CORN Futures lower; cafh higher;
trsck. No. 2 cash, 4.1c; December, 4oH-.
Mst. 41c; No. 2 white. 46c.
OATS Lower: track, No. 2 cash, 84c; De
cember, 83"Hic; May, S4c; No. 3 white. 35c.
FLOl'R Bteady; red winter patents. $3 ?S
iflS.IO; extra fancy and straight, $3.20(1)3.10;
SEEPS Timothy, steady; $3.50(8 4 00.
CORNMEAL Steady; $2.80.
BRAN -Firm; sacked, east track, 37 ft
HAT Steady, timothy, $12.00 10);
prairie, $10.001 12. K0.
r t a nmxai s u e
HEMP TWINE 9c,
PROVISIONS Pork, higher: lobhlnit.
tiass. Taird. hiaher: Prime (team. $".
Dry salt meat, steady: . boxed extra
shorts, 9.Jo: clear ribs, $.fi24; short cl-ars.
$9 87H- Bson Weady. boxed, extra shorn,
$1050; ccr ribs. $10.f.2H: - short- cleats,
FOl LTftv IMiu; enicKfne. c; spring,
SUe; turkejs. 13-: ducks, 10c; geese,
BtTTTER Stesdy; creamer-, WWic;
EOGS Higher at 20c, ease count.
Flour, hbls Ic.N-o ."iio
Wheat, bu M.o" 4?.nno
Corn, bu sl.noO 33.o.m
Oats, bu W.00O 77,n
SEW YORK STOCKS ANDBONDS
Advance in Ftnk ef EncUnd Bato of
Diseouit Camet Saaiation.
RUSH TO SELL CAUSES A SLUMP
Fear that Aetloa Wn Do to
C reate Paale Among
NEW YORK. Oct. 1 The Bank cf
England sent a sensation pulsating
through the flnnnelal markets of lli
whole world by Its unexpected action to.
day by advancing Its offivinl minimum
discount rate from S to I per cent, fol
lowing aa advance of from 4 to 5 per
cent on October 1. Speculation In all
markets was distribute,! and the effect
In New York seems to have been moro
acute even than In foreign markets. Tho
rush to sell at the operunc of the mar
ket here was eniphaslied by vague fears
that some undisclosed development may
be behind the drastic measure thus
adopted by the great central Institution
of English finance. Some financial dlf
Hculty In the hanking world or a ncy
phase of the Russian financial situation
was most feared. Prompt Inquiry es
tablished that nothing more was Involved
than the necessity that waa forced upon
the English bank to stop the drain upon
Its reserve fund.
The immediate factor In precipitating
the action was the threatened withdrawal
of $5,000,000 from the bank of shipment
to Egypt. This in Itself would make an
inroad upou the depleted reserve supply
which would suggest peremptory
measures to check it. Th downward
Plunge In sterling exchange In this mar
ket also opened the way for renewed ne
gotiations for securing Incoming gold in
London for New York account. The ef
fect was an Immediate rebound In ex
change here. There was some later re
action In exchange rates with the running
up of the money rate In New York. Sales
for time loans were strongly bid at S per
cent for all dates and efforts were
reached to negotiate rome very large
loans on tlmv Lenders were little in
clined to pl.v e fund except for the longer
period. Call loans advanced to 7 per cent
comparatively early In the day. !.
forecasts of the week's currency
ment did not tend to ease the tone
money market. Outgo to the inter t
express seems to have amounted to ncurly
$5,000,000. The shipments to Cannda and
a remittance to Manila have called for
almost aa much more, hut these were
about offset by the gain on subtreasury
operations and the receipt of foreign gold.
The net loss to the banks, however. Is es
timated at from $3,000,000 to I7.t10.ft0n.
The present course pursued by the
Bank of England has Its latest parallel
In the price following the outbreak of th.j
Boer war In 1SS9. After rnlslng the of
lleial rste to E per cent In November, the
rate went to per cent on the last day
of November. This action was not im
mediately effective In the open money
market on London, nor on the exchange
rate In New York. But in the course of
time December gold began to go out from
New York and withdrawals continued in
spite of the acute stringency in the call
money market, which finally ran the rate
up to 18i? per cent at the Stock exchange
In the third week of December. Drastic
liquidation In the stock market whs
forced before the stringency was broken.
Practically no other subject was consid
ered In the market today, although th"
levying of flnes on the New York Central
for giving of rebates and the conviction
of the Standard Oil company In the suit
for conspiracy In an Ohio court were
cited as incidents likely to depress the
markets. These and all other considera
tions wers swallowed up In the dominant
effect of the response In the money mar
kets to the Bank of England action. Th
stock market waa quiet and free from
urgent pressure during the latter part
of the day. Recoveries from the low
point were Inconsiderable and the closing
tone was heavy. United States bond
were unchanged on call.
Bonds were weak. Total sales, par
The following was the range of prices on
the New York Stock exenange:
re'crve, shows: Available cash balnnce.
22.214.171.1240: gold coin and bullion. $10S.27.';
gold certificates. .T..v.7..imO.
ew York Money Market.
NEW TORK. Oct. IT-MONET On call.
4MV7 per cent; ruling rate. 8 per cent;
closing bid. 4', rer cent; offered at i per
cent. Time loaae. Ami: sixty days, per
cent; ninety days. S'SSV per cent; six
months. 6 rer cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4fi'i
'"sTERLINO EXCHANGE Strong; clos
ing weak, with actual business In banker'
bills at $4 8tMVf!4.f4' for demand and t
$4 79.W(i4.7Sf for sixty-day bills; posted I
rates, 14 v94.81 and $4.34; commercial
bills, $4 70.
SILVER Bar, 9e-; Mexican dollars,
HONPS Government, steady; railroad
Quotations on bonds today wr as . fol
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Licbt Eeceipts of Cattle, with
HOGS ARE DULL, BUT ABOUT STEAD
f. I. rt. 4l rf
f. 8. la. re
V. 8. old 4. rt
f. S. e. 4a, re.
Am. Tobscro 4..
Atrhinon gen. 4f. .
do 1i. 41
Atlantic C. I. 4a
Hal. a- Oblo 4...
Brk. R. T. r. 4a.
Central ef Ga.
do lat Inc.
do M ln.
10 Id Ino.
Chs. A Ohio 4Sa....l03
Chlraio A. 3't" .. t
C, B. A Q. n. 4.... Ml "aboard A. L. 4
C . It. I. & I. 4a.... s WlSo Panne 4a
do rol. la Il Co lat 4a itfi
nu. s. b. s. 4a..lMVSo. Itall-T
Japan t. M aarlaa
do 4a ctr
do 4 Ha rtra
do id aarlea
I Man. r, 4a
Mti. Central 4a....
do lat Inc
...II" la Minn. A St
.... M.. K. ft T
....lio do :
. ...1014j V. R. R. of M r
.... 7 J. T. l a S'.a.
.. WU.;N. 1. v. I Sa...
. IMVN'o. PtcltR 4a....
a IMI S, W. e. 4a..
113 !o. s. L. rfda
lOVa.Heno. coor. !
Small Ran of Sheep a ad lamb
Bay, bat Heavy for Week
Trad ralrly Active
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 18. IS"
St. L. I. V
st. l. s r.
ft. L. S. W.
t el. ind. Sa, r.
rolnrado Mid. 4a.
D. A R. II, 4a...
Piatlllara- See. (a
Br la p . 4a 100
do tan. 4a i
Hoeklnt Val. 4a..l(iT
.Tapan a 7"
L N. unl. 4i lirjt,
e. Sa liva
t. 4a. 4
T1 Texaa P. la 11
. S ,T., St. U ft w. 4a.. Ii4
.14 IVnion Pacini- 4a
Vi V. B. Bteel Id la !(0-J
rvW'abaah la US'
do n. n J
Wealern M1. 4e.
W. ft L. E. 4a
Wis. Cantral 4.
Boston Stocks and flotilla.
BOSTON. Oct. 19. Call 'oans. m'ri per
cent; time loans, 541it)4 per cent. Official
quotations on siocks- and bonds were:
Atrhienn adj. 4a.
Met. Central 4a..
ftoetott ft Albany...
Poaton ft Milne....
Ronton Clevated ...
Fllrhour pfd ...
Mexican Central ...
S. Y.. N. H. ft H.
Pero Marquette ...
Amer. Arge. Cham..
Amer. Pneu. Tube..
do pfd ,
Aniar. T. ft T...,
Amer. Woelen ...
Pomlnlon I. & 8
Rdlaon Riot. Illu.
do pfd .
Maaa. taa .
. .. .'6 Atlantic
I'nlted Shoe Marh...
U. S. Steel
7VCal. ft Harla....
.101 ( antennlal
.lit'-a Copper Range
.21" Daly Weit
. l;,J isle Rnrale
. Maaa Mining ...
... 03 Motiask
...lMH'Mont. r. ft C...
. ... :'B iOld Pomlnloa ...
... I! iPorrot
, ... MS Qulnry
... MV4 V. S. Mlnlnj....
...lOZH'f. 8. Oil
9, Nolth Butte
.10T Butte Coalition
. 7T Nertds
. J, Mitchell
. ('at. ft Arizona..
. 474 Tecumaeh
.104 Arlr.ona Com . . .
. 39' t Greens Con
Receipts were: Cattle.
Official Monday b.2
Official Tuesday .44
OHicial Wednesday 10.o60
Offlclal Thursday 8,3n0
Official Friday 1.000
Five davs this week... .SS.aWl 22.73S
Same daye last week 31.967 21.37
Same two weeks ago....3".470 21.:')
Same three weeks ago. .it.I 21.3'3
Siime four weeks ago 23.397 23.4JI
Same days last year 30.9W1 23,075
The following table showa the receipt ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha fw
the year to date, comnared with last year:
19 a3. 19u6. Inc.
Cattle 823.737 791.449 32.:-?l!
Hogs 2.070.738 1.SX7.397
Sheep I.7iif.349 1.191.127
Good to choice corn-fed teer
Fair to good corn-fed steers &.2j't76.7a
Common to fair corn-fed steers 4.myo.Ju
Ooou to rholco range steers..
Fair to good ramie steers
Common to fair range steers.
Good grass cows and heifers.
Fair to good cows and heifers
Common to fair cows and heifers., l.omjjl.to
Good-choice stocker and feeders.. 4 0ia4.60
Fair to good stockers and feeders.. S.iWiM iH)
Common to fair stockers 2.7&u3.20
Bulls, 'stags, etc 4. to 6.00
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
other than slow and wesk. A will ba
noted from the sales below, the hogs rr.1,1
largely at 8A.1.MI i tb same aa yesterday.
There was In fact vet lltle In the way if
news connected with tfe dsy transactions.
Ke. A. Sb. St, no a. Tr
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47 1.4 ... I ttH aA lit Ito an
n ; ... 4 hh " i-w i!4
4: I an I 1 an o to t;i,
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an us ii ir, 4 i0 IH
to to i i r4 ... ItlH
1 4 lac ( n tl 1.1 I" I P
o J7 tan in it J i pi I p
?lt 1. i at itt Ml
71 JU) ( 17s, 17 HI SO I t
! : ... I 1714 71 !t0 It I tl
al J ... I fl 71 ttj ... I lo
Ic 14 IM I 0 J ... M
II 247 170 I JM
1 540 ... a sa
3. 4. 00
S.i. Va3 Hi
Date. 19u. 11906. 11904. IISKXS. I19U2..1901. 11900
4 99! 6 491 I 1101 6 13 1 4 91
5 071 5 511 ( 311 U ill 4 9:1
6 05) S 17 S 87 7 W I
6 10, 6 Hi b 44, 7 lui 29i
5 121 5 48 7 00 11
5 11 I 6 35, 81 1 6 r;
t m; 5 oc ; 7 1. 5 -a t 3!
6 V 4 9 17 U2l 6 27 1
3 12, 5 W, 3 121 I 6 23;
RANGE OF PRICES.
Chicago 1 .iV(j?.30
Kansaa City 2.K"il.75
St. Louis 2.0mii7.(J
Sioux City IS.M
The official number of cars
brought In today by each road was:
London flostntr StneKs.
LONDON. Oct. 19. Closing quotations on
tne btock exenange were:
Mlnneapoll flraln Market.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery. The
range of prices, as reported by F. D. Day
A Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles. Open. Hlgh. Low. 1 Close.
Articles ! Open.'l High. Low. Close. ITes'y.
Dec. . . .
, 7S'0-'4 ,8'u m
44'4! 44Hi 41T,
4iH 42Si 42
U J IS 75
I IS 70
13 :W, 13 92W II W
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. T8Te: No. 1 northern. 7osic: No. 2
northern. 74V" : No. S. 'iiie; No. 1 durum,
5e; No. 2 durum, 82c; to arrive, ftc.
Corn: no. 1 yejiow, 4;4c: io. 3, tjic.
Oat: No. S white. 3mc; No. 8, 29V4i!30Ue.
Jtarley: SflfflHSc. Rye: 684159Vio. Flax:
Kansas City Grain aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 19 WHEAT De
cember, bSe; May. 71T(iC. Cnsh: No. 2 hard.
sSxtliOVkc: T'o. 3, w-r(6sc; io. 2 red, TOfJilc;
No. a. -,rf9e.
CORN-December. 37c; May. SSV: July.
384C. Cash: No. 2 mixed. 40Vc; No. 3.
3!Mc; No. i white, 42ic.
OATS-No. white, 33Hjfl3Vc; No. 2
EGGS Steady; Missouri and ' Kansas,
extras, whittwnod case Included, 23c;
first, tJe; rcond. 1&ic.
TtAY Stedr to 7T,c higher: choice timo
thy, SIJ.WHjOi choice prairie, $10.EOfjll 00.
RYE S'esdy. $7tlicc.
BCTTER-Steady; creamery, 25c; pack-
' Rec'lpt. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 212.000 lfi.ti0
Corn, bu "" sn.'oo
Oat, bu 15.000 15,0i
Mltwftakee Grain Meirket.
MILWAVKEa Oct. 1.-WHKT-Mar-ket
steadv: No. 1 northern, 7H179'e: No. 2
northern, 75fi-78c; Docember. 7SVjifl'?34c.
ja.Ytcl.ower; No. 1. 64Hc.
BARLEY Fl mar; No. t, 555551.e; samp e,
"(RNSteady; No. S cash. 4ofl45'4jc: De
cember. 5SC asked.
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA, Oct. 19 CORN-Steady; No. 3
vellow and No. 3. 44e; NO. 4. 43Vie; ne
loo ill 1714
ins M4 21
Cash quotation were a follow:
FLOl'R Steady; winter patent, tt.aoqf
8 40- winter tralght. $.1043S 3f; prlng pat
ent I1"6J; spring atraJghts. $3.3M
WHEAT-No. t prlng. 7fJtWc; No. 1 73V.
T9c-No. 2 red. 71V0'72Sc
CORN-NO. 1. 4Ac; No, S yellow. 46
OATS-No- I StS'- No- 1 whu- ux9
8R4c: NO white. ilVW34V4c.
BARLEY-Oood feeding. SW4c; fair to
choice malting, 4n262o.
SEEDS No.. 1 flax. $1.06; No. 1 north
weatern, 11.11: prima timothy, 84.10; clover,
rontract grade, $18 00.
PROVISIONS - Short rib aide gooae.
88 Mes pork, per bbl.. $14.14 "LarA.
r lo lb.. $ 45. Short clear aide (boxed).
Fowln"? wera the receipt and hip
ment of Sour and a-raln:
rade. 29c: no grade. 42c. I J"- J
OATS Steadv; No. 8 white. XHc; No. $ , i;""
4, 40c; new no grade. 29c:
white. S2B33'ic; No.
hit. SJV4jc; No. I
RYE Firm: No. I, 4c
T Karlav. DU
! 1 m th Produca exchange today th but-
. ' ' w . . a t e d y : cteaii.ery. lOttw
I .t.irv. la22. Egg. teaoy; at mara, ca.e.
Uaiuded. Wfltlc; flml. Sc; prim
Llverpeol Grain and PrstlaUaa.
LIVTRPOOU Oct. 19. -WHEAT Snot,
firm: No. 2 red western winter. 5 lld.
Futures, quiet, (siSd; March. 5d.
CORN Spot, easy; American mixed. 4s
4Sd. Futures, quiet; October, nominal;
December, 44d; January, 4s Id.
nalatk Grain Market.
DVLCTH. Oct. 19 TTHEAT-On track.
No. 1 hard. rnc: No. 1 northern. 7Te;
No. i northern. 75V: October, 7fiVc; De
cember, 74Hc: May, 78Vc; July, Tc.
OATs-TO rriva ana uciooer, aic.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEPO. O. Oct. 19.-8EBDS-Clov-,
cash and October, 88.15; December, $8.25;
timothy. Sl.W,; alslke, $7.40.
Amaisamatod Copper 175.500 i:4V
American C. ft F 4 " 434
American C. ft F. pfd 4o 101
Am. Cotton oil Lino J64
Am. t'ettoa OH pfd
Am. H. ft L. cfd
Am. Ice, eerurltlea....
Am. Llnaeed Oil
Am. Linseed Oil pfd..
Am. Locnmotlva pfd...
Am. S. ft R
Am. S. ft R. pfd
Am. Sugar Refining ..
Am. TobAreo pfd ctfa.
Anaconda Mlnln Co..
I Atlantic Coaat Line...
Baltimore ft Ohio
; Pal. ft Ohio pfd ,
I Preeklyn Rapid Tr
I Canadian Pacific
Central of N. 1
1 Cheaapeake ft Ohio...
Chtraan Ot. W
Chlcaco ft N. W
Chleacn. Mil ft Et. P.
Chicago T. ft T
Chlcata T. ft T. pfd
P.. C. C. ft SI. L 400
Colorado F. ft 1 1.200
Colorado ft 80 J.ion
Cols, ft 80. lat pfd 400
Colo, ft So. 2d pfd i ion
Conaolidated Oaa 7"0
Corn Produrta, rfg fioo
Corn Pmducta pfd, rfg ion
Pelaware ft Htdeon I.000
Peiawara. 1 ft W
Denver ft R. O J 00 41
P. ft R. O. sfd
Platlllera' Beeurltlea MOO
F.rle lat pfd l.soo
Erla Id pfd 70S
lieneral Electrle I.nrtl
II Unote Central
Inrarnattenal Paper ...
Int. Paper pfd
International Putnp ...
Int. Tump pfd. ex'dlv.
Iowa Central pfd
Kinaia City So o
K. C. So. pfd 1.SO0
LouiaTllla ft Naah .:oo
Mclean Cantral l.toe
Minnaapolla ft lo. L
M., St. P. ft S. S. M 201 144 141
M , St. p, ft S. S. M. pfd
Mitaourt Pacific 4,500
M , K ft T. pfd . ai diy . loo
National Lead I.eOS
National R. R. of M. pfd..
N. T. Cantral 4. loo
V. T.. O. ft W 1,100
Norfolk ft Weatern t.ios
Norfolk ft w. pfd 100
No. Amarirao 1.0QO
Pacific Mall 700
penn-ylranla IS. too
Paopla'a Gaa too
p.. . c. ft at. it
Preaeed Steal Car 8.400
Prraaad 8 C. pfd li
Pullman Palaea Car 700
Readlns lat pfd
Reading 2d pfd
Republic Steel pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
Rubber Gooda pfd
Si. U ft 8 P id pfd
Bt. Loula S. W
81. L 8 W. pfd
So. pacific pfd
So. Hallway pfd
aes C. ft 1....
tae ft Pacific
Toledo, ) L. ft W
T . St. L. ft W. fd
I nlon Pacific pfd
t'. S. Emrara
V. 8. Realty
f. 8. Rubber
I'. S. Subtvar Bid
V. a. Steal
l g. Sreel pfd
V a. -Carolina I banltal
Va.-Taroltua Cbana. pfd...
Wiailnghouae Cieelria ....
Waatern I'men 1...
wmeiiaa ft L. E
Wla Cantral pfd
Contra) Leather pfd
Greet No. pfd. ex-dlT
Int. Mat. pfd
Toul sal tar tha lay. 1 lae.tM aaarta
Baltimore ft Ohio.. .124
Canadian Parian laSH
Chea. ft Ohio...
Chicago Gt. W.
C. M. ft 8t. P,
Denver ft R. 0.
do lat pfd....
do Id sfd....
M.. K. ft T
M. Y. Central
Norfolk ft W
Ontario ft W
41 ' 'Readlns
.... H4, Southern Railway
....17 I do pfd
.... IS iSontbern Pacific .
.... 424fnlon Pacific
.... W do prd
.... 44 U. 8. Steel
.... 71 do pfd
.... Tl Wabaeh
.171 I do pfd
Loulevtll A Nash. ..Ill 'F-pan'sh 4a
I 17 144
too an 171,
I. T0A It 174
400 44 44
"aoo "4-4 '474
21 1:4 2S4
IT.T'IO IS4 'ivi
loo li4 IH4
II. 200 4 34 4
I.10.1 it a,..v
410 Uf4 if;
1.100 1:4 u
Oil and Rala.
OIL CITY. Pa.. Oct. 13 OIL Credit bal
ance. $1.58; rum. 157.832 bbl.; average.
86.152 bbla; shipment, 157.882 bbl.; average,
SAV.NSAH, Oct 1. TCRPENTINE
Jl nTi a 5 j4 .
ROSIN-Firm: A. B and C. $3 95: D. $4 08;
E. rl.lt: F. $!: G. $4 26; H. $1.251.80;
ri so; m ami ra. 10 m; . u ,
lgf and Malasse.
NEW YORK, Oct. II BlGAlt Ram.
steady; fair refining. $H,e; centrifugal s
test. 4c; molaaaes sugar. 8Wc. RerliieU.
steadr: crushed, iV; powdered, 5c; gran
ule ltd, 4.uc.
'. " ioi
. " ioi
SILVER Bar. quiet, 32 5-lld per ounce.
MONEY 4 per cent.
The rflte of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 5 per cent; for three
months' bills, h per cent.
Boston (.-tapper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by Logan Bryan, 2 Board
or rraae nuuaing, omana
C, M. & St. P.
Missouri Paciilc 5 3
1'. P. System 11 1.1
C. & N. W east 1 1
C. N. W.. Kfit 5 23
C, St. P.. M. & O.... 1 S
C, K. A Q cast 1 2
C. B. Q.. west .... 17 10
C, R. I. & P.. east 3
C.. n. I. & P.. v. est.. .. 1
Illinois Centtn! 1
Chicago Gt. Western. .. 1
SHEF.P Receipts of sheep were light
sgsln today, only twenty-seven cars bring
reported in the mornlnc: still that w-as tot
far from the record of a week ago. For
the week the receipts show a heavy geln
over last week, although not tip to th
record-breaking run of the week brf r.
There seemed to he a very good d-mtn l
both for packers and for feeder and 'h
1V17 ! market as a whole wss In gond condition.
8i.m4 1 A feeder buyer raid $0 80 for one strl-g of
ftfte'n carai of lambs, which wss fullv aa
good ss any time this week. The fa-t Is
good feeders have commanded strong prices
aS the week.
Fat sheep were In good request ttvs
morning and they, too. commanded strnr
prices as compared with a wek ago. Tl-e
fut lamb market, aa noted before this
week. Is not as good aa on Monday, but it
la not much changed from the close of Inst
Quotations on killers: Good to chnlcs
ti"ii a imi'os, ..ia'gi.s- iair :o gooa tamos.
ICIIiTIU. mA at chAI.. .....tin..
$5.509 5.90; fair to good yearlings. $o.f-.i
'J 5.50: good to choir wethers. la.OOt
5.40; good to choice ewes KV'v54.9t.
Quotatlone on feeiters: l.amlia. IS ot
0; yearlingw. $5.1515.80; wethers, $4.754i'
4Y8.15: ewes. $3.5.ai4.iiO; breeding ewes,
li 8. Dak. ewes, feeders, culls.
88 Nebraska, ewes, feeders
100 Nebraska ewes, feeders
410 Wyoming ewes, feeders
201 Idaho ewes
97 Wyoming ewes 1
2"9 Idaho ewes
80 Wyoming lnmbs. culls
9 Wyoming lambs, culls
322 Tdnho yearlinara
40 Idaho yearllnars, feeders
25 Idaho yearlings, culls
?"0 Trlnho vearllngs. feeders
444 Wyoming lambs
5tJ Nebraska lambs, feeders....
440 Wyoming Inmba
V.d) Wyoming lambs
143 Idaho lambs
4"7 Wyomlntr lambs
4?9 Wyoming Inmbs
1", Idaho ewes, feeders
240 Tdnho lambs, feeders
1 Idaho ewes
1st Id.ihn ewes
1.12 Idtho yearlings
12 Idaho yearlings
12 Tdtho in nibs
21 Idaho Inmba
t Idaho lumbs
174 Iilnho lambs
168 Idaho lambs
, $8.K; other
In cs aes.
I 4 64
5. 80 82 V,
Av. pr. ,
,8 8 M
, "7 4 2T.
ft.". 4 37,
, 10 .4 tV
, 1 4 7S
, 113 R 00
, pin 6 i
r 5 5
52 8 2o
. M 8 50
. l 8 V.
. 81 7 (
.at 7 ;
.08 7 2T
. 7 28
, 102 4 25
. 5S r
. in? 4 5"
.114 4 7R
. 1"! 5 8S
. 1 3 OR
.01 7 ")
. 71 7 i t
,70 7 oil
. 78 7 00
.76 T 00
89 371 1.3,1
f2 1.0?6 3 6
728 1,764 97
289 1.160 1..-5
Pla.-k Mountain ....
Calumet ft ArUona. .1394 Qulncy
1 aiuroet a tiecia.
Greene Copper ....
L. 8. ft Pittsburg
T4 Mn;iam k
tt Nevada Con-olldated
14 North Butt
144 Old Dominion
1174 Pneu Hera Ice, pfd.
144 fnlted Fruit
11 fnlted stntca.
2S4 fnlted Bfatea
2',4 f tab cnnsniidated
14 t tan copper
I victoria ....
1114 Wolverine ..
I4ONDON, Oct. 19. Stinnlles of money
i were scarce and the rates were dear in tho
( market today. Discounts were raised in
sympathy with the Bank of England in Its
rate from I to 4 per cent. The tone on
the Slock exchange was depressed. The
advance In the bank rate, although this
was necessary In order to protect the gold
reserve. In view of the American exchanfie
and the gold requirements abroad, took the
market completely by surprise and th'.'
price of British securities, led by consolr.
quickly tumbled, and at the close wr-rc
weak at the lowest quotations of the day.
The depression extended to foreigners ss
well as Americans. The latter opened dull
and ruled around parity In the forenoon,
but dropped a dollar at midday, when tho
chor.se In th bank rate was announced.
The New York advices received later were
not cheerful, causing a further drop, and
the market closed weak at a fraction above
the worst prices of the day. Copper shares
were flat, owing to a sharp decline In the
metal. Japanese Imperial 6s of 19U closed
OMAHA, Oct. 19. Bank clearing for to
day were $1,918,344.89 and for the corres
ponding date laat year $1,423,719.27.
NEW YORK. Oct. 19 METALS The
London tin market waa uncharged, at "Jf
for spot, but futures were loa higher, at j
197 10. Locally the price was a shade
higher, with spot qucted at $43.13ig 13.S0. I
Copper wa higher In London, with spot
and futures being quoted at 199 i: tid.
Locally the market continued firm, with
lske quoted at $21.7M1'-2.RO; electrolytic,
$21.5.Vfi22.0O; canting. $21.a21.75. Lead waa ,
10a XA lower, at 19 16a 3d In Iondon. I ji- i
i callv the msrket was quiet, with spit ' ,..
,4 . iTK,& Urnli - ...,4 u I ( OW
. $6. -Matt . 30 In the local msrket. but "at un- !
j changed at 528 5s In london. Iron wa;
1 3d higher In th English mark-1. wit 1
standard foundry at 5.s fd and cive'and
warrants at 67a l4d. I oeallv ti e roark-t
wss fl-m. with No. 1 foundry ouoted at I
$22 0tf2S.flO; No. S foundry, mrthern $.'1.50 1
J 22.30: No. 1 foundry, southern. I Vff
21 00; No. 3 foundry, southern, 2i oc0'n.w
nr. j fi. 10. . -ci. i:. mmalo-
I-ead. firm at $5.90 bid. Spelter, firm at
Totwl receipts .... 43
The disposition of the day's receipts wus
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing: 10...
Swift and Company ..
Cudahy Packing Cu...
Cudahy. from country
Van Sant Co
Carey & Benton
Lohman & Co
McCreary A Carey
W. 1. Stephen
Hill & Son
F. P. Lewis
.1. H. Bulla
J. B. Root A Co
T. B. InKhram
Totals 3,33 4.321 ,10 60
CATTLE Receipts were very light even
for a Friday aad s some trains wet late
there were hardly enough fresh cattle to
really make a market. Ai usual, so nrar
the end of the week there was very little
Interest displayed and the market was
without new or Important features. Such
cattle as there were sold at about steady
prices. This would apply to both killer
Owing to the late arrival of trains yester
day a good many cattle mid late la't nlsht
and some of them had to be carried over
until today. Among this lot was a bunch
of good range steers, which brought $5. 50.
the highest price of the year to date for
that kind of cattle.
Late trains brought In a good many rows
and It became apparent at the rami time
that packers wera pretty well filled up,
having about aa many as they desired for
the werJc. The result was that the cow
market closed very dull and 104il5c lower.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK
Cattle Doll lloas Steady ta Strona
CHICAGO, Oct. 19 CATTLE Receipt a
5.0t.o head; market dull; common to prln-e
steers.. $4.AOs?7.30; cows, $2.7ffi4.75; heifers.
$'.60ti5.35; bulls, $2.40474.50; calves. $3.0W
fc.fO; etockets and feeders, $2.4O)S4.40.
HOGS Receipts, 16.0I0 head: market
steady to strong: choice to prime hetvy.
6 5iVtx6.65; medium to good heavy. $4 V(i
6 .Vi: butcher weiahtn. $6.4.W 60; go-d to
rholce mixed. $6.35t?6.45; packing. $6.0016.35;
pigs. $5 5046.40.
SITEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 10 000
head; market strong: lambs dull: sheen.
4.50fi6.75; yearlings. $5.fyaji26; lamb. $.C0
No. Av. Pr. fJo. Av. Pr.
1 1)40 t 75 1131 li
2 15 1 40 t 1070 1 10
140 ! 00 4 O0 2 f,h
1 S0 t 40 II 172 1 41
7 244 3 21
1 214 i 71 1 im g 00
t 4 I 4A 24 74 1 40
t 7! I 18
WEft TEHNS NEBRASKA.
28 cows c6 2 60 29 feeders.. 658 $35
8 feeders.. 8'.'i 3 55 11 feeders.. 9:l 3 4')
9 feeders.. K20 8 45 21 feeders.. 6(3 2 60
Scows &2 1 90 41 calves... 310 3 50
6 calves... 2.W 3 7a 21 calves... .110 3 50
8 calves... 26 S 25
56 cows 970 2 0 cows 10S3 3 75
11 cows 936 2 65 6 cows I1H6 2 65
7 heifer... 835 2 50 16 feeder.. 1042 8 Si
4 CW 105O 3 OK 10 cows 1(0 2 9-t
19 cows 9n) 2 60 13 feeder.. v3 3 90
16 feeders. . 364 4 20 14 heifrs... 312 3 2i
18 heifers... 561 2 60 18 cows ll $ 70
cows i;8 2 75 4 cows 9a 2 70
14 feooers.. 816 3 46 t cows r3 2 65
11 cows 9C9 2 65
feeders . 1185 4 50 27 feeders.. 1118 4 50
5 steers.. ..KK 8 65 IS steers. ...1229 4 55
5 Steers.... 91' 2 8 76 15 cows lt0 $ 80
tfew York Mac Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 19.-BEFVE8 Re
ceipts1. 8.757 head; good and choice steers,
stesdy to 10c lower; medium cows. 10c
lower: steers. $3.756.00: stsgs and oxen,
31 1s.rM.50: hulls, $3.otV?7 4.0O: cows, $1.1545-1.50;
dressed beef, steady to firm: native sides,
"filuo per lb.; Texas beef. fVr?7e. Liverpool
and London cable quoted refrlarerator beef
steady at 9fi84c per lb.: live cattle selling
at 9t12e, and best cattle at London 12Hc
dressed weight. Shipments estimated for
tomorrow, 780 tattle and Ki8 quarters of
CALVES Receipts. 118 hesd: market,
slow; westerns and grassers, lower; veals.
$4 Wd8.n0; grajasers, $3.O0; westerns, $3.fO(ff
4.25; dressed calves, slow: city dressed
veals. 8Hr per lb; country dressed. 712c.
HOGS Receipts, 2,913 head; martet, notn
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 6.0(13
head: market for sheep, steady: lanihs.
slow; medium and common lambs, easier:
"beep. $3.5oi6.50: culls. $3.00: lambs. $6.5orfT
7.80; fourteen cars of Canada lambs sold
at $7.607.80; culls. $4 50.
j Cotton Mnrket.
! NEW YORK. Oct. 19 -COTTOV-Snot
i closed quiet at 25 points decline: middling
; nnlands. 11c; middling gulf, 11. 35c; saler,
' 6iin bales.
ST. LOllS. Oct. 19 COTTONSteadr;
shipments. 241 bales; stock, .2u7
Xew York Mlalaa Blocks.
NEW TORK. Oct. 19 Closing quotations
on mining stock wen:
Llttl Chief ,
1014 I hales;
1 i tSle
44 NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 19 -COTTON-Spot
" I closed essy; aale. S.a'al holes: low ordinary,
'?? ! 7Tc: ordinary. 8.e. nominal; good ordinary.
a I a iap. lew nilftdlinw lOUr : mirlilltnw 11lA.e.
good mlddllnr. ll'.-c: middling fair, llte.
vo-ninal: receipts. 6,297 bales: atock, 130,937
I IVERPOOL. 0 t. 19 -4-OTTON-8tf.tJ
quiet, prices 3 points nignrr: American
middling fsir. .8::d: good middling. 4'd
middling, Bti.l; low midline a.11.1: grwrl
ordinary. I.77d; ordinary. 5 53d. The aal
of the da:' were 5,'i0 bales, of which Sort
were for sneculstlon and exoort. and In
cluded 4.800 American. Becelpta were 1,100
balea. Including 300 American.
Brunawlik Ca .
Coo tal. ft Vs.
Iron silver ....
Leavl1,e Coa ..
Small Hoswa ..
W 4.6HINGTON. Oct. 19 Today's ute
meni of the trei.auiy l.al:,me in ti e g.-n-tfl
fund, exclusive uf the !',..o o gni.
Ktaporatrd Apples and rtrled Frnlls.
NEW YORK. Oct. 18.-EVAPOR ATETJ
A PPI.FS Market continues to show a
steadier tone with prime to fancy minted
at 4Vftie and common to stood st 64W4C.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRCITS Prunes
I ranrtnc from $c to 8t:c. according to
grade. Aprlrots are unchanged with choice
quoted at 16c: extr choice, i"c; fancy. 18'ot
20c. Peaches are firm with old crop choice
st 11c; extra choice. 121214c: fanev. YlK
l.'Vc. R osin remain firm at about re.
rent prices; loose Muscatels are quoted
st f.1. ii ;.r ; n-ded raisins, ti'VySWo; Lon
don layers, nominal.
18 steer. .
28 feeder.. 1158
11 feeder.. 1170
f steer. ...1148
St. I.ools Lire Stock Market.
ST. I.OriS, Oct. 19. CATTLr Receipts
3.510 head. Including 1.500 Texatis: msrket
steadv; native shipping and export steers,
$4.1VJ1700; dressed beef and butcher steers.
f4.6iVo4.Sit; steers tinder l.nfjo lbs., $3.50t?4.70;
stockers snd feeders. $2 onrfi 4.,V; cows and
heifers. $2.60 5.60; canners. $1 OMr2.1fl; bulls,
$254.00; calves. $3.rofl7.hO; Texas and In
dian lateers. $2.70 5.25; cows and heifers,
HOCiS Receipts, 4.000 head: market,
steady; pigs and lights. $6.006.45; packers.
Ksrr'i.46; butchers and best heavy, $6.33
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.000
head; market, strong: native muttons, $.1.no
t5 7fi; Ismhs. $4.ooir7 50: culls and bucks,
$2.60 4.85; stockers. $2.5058.50.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANPAR CITY. Oct. 19. CATTLB lie.
relpts. 4,000 head. Including 7i southerns:
msrket sternly: rholce export and dressed
beef steers, $5.6oSi6.75; fair to rood, $4.00jf
6.40: western steers, $3. 5f? 5 25; stockers and
feeders, 2.75b4.75; southern steers. $2.9Ufr
am: soutnern cows, n.mitiz.an: native cows
$?.0f3.75; native heifers. $2.75fr4.75; bulls,
$2.103 50; calves, 8.1 Oft 6 50
HOGS Receipts, ll.ono head; steadv: hulk
of sales. $6 ?5fj6.3f: heavy, 6 20f6 3": nnck
er. 9 206.374: pigs and lights. 5.75'g43 30.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts liaoo
head; msrket steady; lambs. $5 75(57 75;
ewes and yearlings, $4 F0fi1.RO; weatern
yearlings, $5.25flo: western sl.een, $4.2S(t.
5.26; stockers and feeders, $3 756..V.
St. .Toaeoh Live Stock Slerket.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 19 CA TTLE Re
ceipts, 2.414 head; market, steady; natives,
Jt.Wftis); cows and heltera, $1.504.75;
stockers and feeders, $1 25ig4.80.
HOGS Receipts. 3.175 hesd: market,
strong: top. $'i.S5; hulk of sales, $6.f!i6 3i'i
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 618 head
per a-bask at crate, tl.aotji.fe; California Sl.
wsy, per box. tl.Oo.
rLI'MS-Orcgi.n Itslisn prunes. $1 K
PEARS Winter trlcll., per box. $2..
uRArES Home grown, er $-lb
;V: T"l.ay. $1 75.
AFrLF-S-l'rr bhl.. $2 N-DS .t
CRANBEKRIES Per bbl.. $7 75.
IKl.fK'At- Fhi llev
GRAPE FK11T S ge JO to 80.
ORANGES Valenciss. 96-1U
Fiorina oranges. tt.;a.
LEMONS Llmonlcrs, extra
slge. in 5"; YI site, 18.60; 30 lie
brsnda. 1 no less.
BANANAS Per medlum-slged
$1.7!v-. W.; jumtes. Sh,i(.
DATES Per lb . 5tiC4c.
Cl'T BEEF PRICES
No. 1 rlba, Uc; No. J ribs. 9c; No. t rlba.
54c; No. 1 loin, l.'.V; No. t loin. 13c; No. I
loin, 8c; No. 1 chuclt. 5c No. 2 chuck. 4c:
No. 8 chuck. 3ci No. 1 round, 8c; No. t
round. 7c; No. 3 round. 5'c: No. I Plata,
3c; No. 2 plate, 24c; No, 3 tlate, 2c.
ST'GAR Orsnulated cane, In sacks, $5.41;
granulated bee. In tac'.s, $5 81.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 16c: Wisconsin
brick. 144jc: Wisconsin llmburger. 13c;
twins. I4tc; young Americans. Ij4)0.
COFFEE Roasted. No. 35, WSc per lb.;
No. 2t "one. per lb.; No. 2.V ISVfcc per Hi.:
No. :t. lnuc per lb.; No. 21. l?ac per lb.
Nl'TS-recars. large, per lb. 12c; small,
per h., He. Almonds, scft shells, per lb.,
i-ic: hard shells, per lb.; 13lil4c. Cocosnutt.
8s: per doi.
SMtVI'-ln bM., Tv per 8J.
6 lit-lb. cansi $l.7i: cas. 11 j-ib.
cases. 24 24-lb. cans, $1.85.
HONEY rer 24 frames. $3 jn.
NEW CIDER Per keg. $3.75.
CANNED COOT'S Corn, standard w-st.
ern. 5B4taiie: Malr.e. $1.15. Toillutocs. 8-h,
cans. li.On: 2-lb.. 97'cl $1 .0 Pineapple,
grated. 2-lli.. $2 06H3.Se sliced. $1 9.1'.' t:
gallon apples, farcy. $25: California apri
cots. 31. siarii.Si: peers, ai.i.itnian; wifn,
fancv, $1.7512.40; M. C. peaches r?noI2 Vi;
Al iskJ salmon, rid. Jl.'.S; fancv Chinook. F.,
$2.10: fsncy sockeye, M-93. Sardines,
la-oil. $275; -mustard, 3.". Swai't pota
toes. tl.l04i1.S5; sauerkraut. $1.00: pumpkins.
sncfjSl.OO; wax beans, 2-lh.. iWfc; lima
beans, 2-lb.. 73cfiJ1.35; splmclt, $136; cheep
peo.s, 2-lb., 60c; cxtrn, 7uWc; fancy, $l.:fJ
Cl'RED F'ISH-Family whlteflsh. pep
quarter bbl., 1(0 lbs., 84.(0' Norway mack
erel. No. 1. M OO; No. 2, $.f!')0; No. 8, $JMW;.
Irish, No. 2. $16 00; herrlog. In bbls., 300 lbs.,
ech. Norway, 4k, $12.flu: Norway, 8k. $13.00;
Holland, mixed. $U.ilO; Hollanl herring. In.
kears. milkers, 80c; kegs, mixed, TVc.
FISH Buffalo, large drcsaed. 8c: trout,
medium or large, dressed. 12c: pike, dressed,
He; halibut, fine slock, 11c; catfish, dressed, ,
15c; bullheads, dressed and skinned, "c; .
white perch, dressed, 6c; crspples, large. ,
12c; sunflsli, pan else, ; white Wss. eytra
choice. 12c; pickerel, c: salmon. Chinook, ,
11c; whlteflsh (frosenl. 12c; mackerel (Spin- ,'
1sh 18c j native, per fish. U25o: codrlsh. '
fresh, frosen, 12c: flounders, fresh, frosett,
lie; blueftsh, fresh, froaen. 15c; hedrtoclc. .
fresh, froxen, 10c; redsnnpper. dressed, 12c;
smelts. No. 1. per lb.. 12c; lobster (bolledi,
per lb., 40c; gi-een. 37c; eel.a per lb.. 18-;
frog legs, per do., 25c; roe shad, $1 each;'
shad roe, pair, 45c. t
HIDES AND TALI sW Green salted.
No. 1. 13c; No. 2 . 12c: bull hides, 9tW
10Tc: green hides. No. 1. 12V.C; No. t. ll'4c:
horse. tl.Bofhl 75: sheep pelts, 50ctt$1 25. Tal
low. No. 1. 44d No. 2. 10.
WOOL-Per lb.. 18ff25c. '.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19.-COFFEE-Matket ,
for futures opened steady, at unchanged'
prices to a decline of 6 point. In resp-nse
to a little scattering liqu'datlon. cblea
were falrlv uteady. but prices here aVorked ,
off a little In the afternoon, being Influ
enced to some extent by unsettled Wall
atreet conditions. The close was Steady '
at a net decline of 5010 points. Tale were
reported of S3,u nags, inciuninjr uecemner
at 6.456.5oc; May, 8.vj.ti5e; June. .7?c;
July. 6.85c; September. 6.96c. ' Spot Rio.
steady; No. 7 Invoice. 8'c.
ASBURY NOT GUILTY MAN
Arrested for Fellow at Sanaa Oerapa
tlaa, bat Dlsckaraed In
O. Asbury, whose temporary horn la In
Omaha and who Is now employed In one
of the packing, plant at South Omaha,
seems to have been the victim tha last of
September of an Ill-fated mlatake. It was
about carnival time when Mr. Asbury ar
rived In Omaha and the police wure on the
watchtower for auspicious strangers. About
that time aome fellow, who menda chair
had attached considerable private property
to his person In various homes and office
and the poli were looking for him. One
night Asbury was seen In a saloon with a
pair of black eyes. He looked suspicious
and a detective arrested him. Ha asked
Asbury his occupation and Aabury told
him he was a chair mender, knowing
nothing of the other fellow. That aettied
It in the minds of the police; they naturally
thought they had the right man, but the
next morning in police court they failed
to supply any evidence and Asbury was
Asbury says that was the only tltna in
his life he waa ever arrested and he re
grets that because It got In tha newspapers
and he thinks may have injured him In
the eye of his friends. He worked and
also boarded at tha Midland hotel - and
Clerk Turner vouches for his good reputation.
800 2 SO
..1141 1 25
cow 1114 t 30
25 steer.. ..1088 4 00 6 steers. ...1221 S 95
9 cows 1044 8 20 4 cows
11 cows 1014 t 20 7 cows
37 Steers... .1210 4)5 12 steer.. ..1264
A. Hague Neb.
16 cows 1008 t to 40 feed era.. ll.'S
W. R. Brooking Neb.
. 967 i 75 17 feeders.. 1069
L. Patrick Neb.
816 t 40 t cow 941
945 2 70
T. F. Baxter Neb.
900 2 75 cow 1095 2 15
83S t 60
W. Thompson Neb.
7 1 75 12 feeders
James Farrell Neb.
? feeders . 11 II 3 90 24 cows...
J. C. Berry Neb.
.. 9D7 3 70
J. C. Hartman Neb,
..1018 175 13 steers.. ..1207
O. W. Rothwell Ne b.
.. 977 2 76
.. 921 t 60 S3 cows..
F. O. Rehetcr Neb.
..1348 4 75
E. C. Roberta Neb.
..! t 75 8 cows..
..UJ 4 46
L. McMonlgal Neb.
34 feeder.. S18 $36 16 heifers... 713 ZM
Heck I til, uuinn 10. nyo.
24 heifers... 72 3 45 49 heifer... 5M Z W
23 calve... 26S I 9t)
121 feeder. 176 4 60 15 steers.. ..1017 S 75
4 60 10 feeders.. 1150 1 45
4 45 19 steers.. ..Ur8 4 6i
4 45 5 feeder.. 118 4 60
W. Fry Wyo.
14 feeders.. 107 $86 steer.. ..115S S 90
H. Pollard Wyo.
15 feeders.. 68S $ 65 22 cows KK3 4 15
17 feeder.. 854 $ 60 10 cow lubl 2 90
Hy. Farthing Wyo.
..114.1 $ 46 22 steers.. ..1170 4 45
J. Dalley-8. I.
. .104H $ 04 cows 970 2 25
..1140 4 00 26 feeders.. 1120 4 i
R, R. Bmall-8. D.
.12.5 4 Of' 21 stfere. ...1006 I 50
..11S3 4 05 24 Ifeeri....l207 4 15
12t 4 1"
ttoca When the market opened only
thirty cars, which was about one-half of
the early estimate of receipts, were in
siwht. The trade ot ened very slow an I
dull. Packera who wanted a fe- loads
went through the yards and picked up such
as suited them at steady prices, but the
general trad could hardly be described as
Slonx City Live Slock Mnrket.
SIOFX CITT. Oct. 19. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 3(10 head: mar
ket steady; beeves, $4 00 6.60; cows, hulls
and mixed, $2. 25 4.30; stockers and feeders,
$3 0O"'4 26; calves and yearlings, $2.503.76.
HOGS Receipts. 2,4e0 head; market
strong, selling at $6.0066.1712.: bulk of sales.
ZIMMANS' TRANSFER BILL
Third Ward Councilman Wilt I rre
Prompt Consideration of
Councilman Zlmman Intenda to urge
prompt consideration of the street car
transfer ordinance he Introduced last
Tuesday evening at tha council meeting.
Friday morning he felt like biting a chuntc
out of the Omaha & Council Bluff Street
Railway company and aeveral chunka out
of the city council for passing the recent
Mr. Zlmman Is being besieged with epis
tolary and verbal complaints from eltlsens
praying for relief from what they claim I
a poor transfer system. One of tha par
ticular klrka la from people required to
ride to Sixteenth and Webater streets go-
J ing between Hanscom park district to
j South Thirteenth street. While It mas un
) derstood from a recent public statement
from the street car company officials that
that feature had been remedied Mr. Zlm
man say such ia not the case.
Stock la Slirht.
Receipts of live stock at the six
cipol western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
noutn umana i.ta
Sioux City 0
Kansas City 4.000
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
l.fai ,.- lal
ll.rthl 11. 0) I
$ 176 filg i
.16.214 40.975 80.2 1
OMAIIA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition at Trade aad Qaotallons an
Staple aad Fancy Prodace.
EGGS Per dox, 20c.
LIVB POl'LTRY Hens. S'ie: roosters.
e; turkeys, luc; ducks, be. spring chiesens,
BUTTER Packing stock. 17c: choice
fancy dairy, i(f(j-'lc; cre.mery, 22fj24c.
I1A1-I'rices quoted by Omaha reed com
pany: Choice upland. $8 50; medium, $H.ti0;
coarse. Ji.ia-y8.ou. Rye straw, Kitnj . .uu.
ilHAN Ptr ton, $16.00.
SWEET POTATOES-Per bbl., $2 26.
TU5IAT0ES Home grown, per basket of
20 lhs., $1.00.
WAX BEANS Per market baakal of
about 15 I ha., 75c.
Tl KNIPd. BLETS AND CARROT Per
bu , 76c.
LEAF LETTL'C'E Hothouse, per doa.,
CELEK Y Per doi.. 2540c.
OrCl'MBERS-Hot house, per dog , $1.60.
ONlONB-lKme grown, 65c per .bu.;
Spanish. $1.75 per crata.
(JhKEN ONIONS Per doi. hunches, l&c.
HOhSKRADlSH-Cas of t dog., $1 90.
RADISHES Per dog., bunches. li-'Oc
NAV Y KEA NS Per bu., $1 bo; No. 2, $l.7i.
LIMA BE A NS Per lh.. 6Hc.
GREEN PEPPER3-Per market basket.
-'ARSLEY Hothouse, per dog. bunches,
' CABBAGE Home grown, per lb., l'c.
EGG PLANT Per uog . 75c.
POTATOES Per bu.. 4ooavc.
PEACH E Colorado, aA,$l.vO, Mliiuuii,
Eugene J. Sullivan and wife to Wil
liam H. Ruaeeil, lots 1 and 3, block
1, like View $ 500
John W. Paul to George W, Hoobler,
lot i, block B, Lowt'a First aad 1
Mary J. Hampsted to Altred C. Ken
nedy, lot 6, block B. Lowe's First
Henry B. Whalen and wife to Pat
rick Flneran, lot 10, block 2, Rush
and Selby's 650
Henry W. Pen nock and wife to Isaar
S. Leavltt, lot 1, block 3. Carthage..
Clark lnd and Loan company et al..
to John B. Come, tract, block 21.
West Omali 100
Charles pefrson and wife to Alfred
E. Peterson, lot 0, block 6, Creigh
ton Heights I
Cnarlra Bat tells and wife to Charles
D. Birkett. part lot 12. Johnson's
adddltion. and other land $)
J. H. Sherwood and wife to Mike
Flllpcle, south 80 feet, lot t, block
19, Wilcox sroond 6f
Edward T. Hivden and wife to Fanny
Abbott, lot 16, block 112, Florence.... VJ
Jacob W. Fflung and wife to Georgia
W. Mosher. part ne1 114 eeli, sec
tion 12-14-1J i.va
Mry A. Enrlght and husband to
Christ Jacobson, lot 1, block 4. Mat- '
1 thews sio ;oo
lisrry n. rtsrty anu aire 10 piary jt.
1'pjohn, lot 15, replat block 7,
Bfirls Park 2.809
Banker 8avlng ft Loon association
to Rubin Luud. wu lot i. block t.
Jefters. South Otnoha 1.000
Justin ITolMter to Matilda Madison,
lot 13, block 6. Riverside ltrt
Jchn Ora to Lucy Cera. lot 1, block
t. Patterson first. South Otnahs 1,000
J. W. Landon and wife to Prsd'ord
Kennedv company, lot 12. block !.
Porlington Center. South O'vshs.... t
John M. McGown to Rosana Te.ieaeo.
nc-th 26 feet lot 5. block 248. Omaha l.l'al
Bslthas Jetter snd wife to Henrv
Dethlefs. et al.. lot 7. t and 9.
blrrk 5. Drews Hill. South Ore, she . 560
Benson Land company to John M.
Csnvniind. lots 1. 2. $. 21 22. 23
and 24, block 17, Benson, and other
Oliver . Brown and wife to Augustus
w. Clarke. nVa lots 1 and 2. block $,
Sliull'a addition, and oilier lota .... 178
, Total Voui
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