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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1906)
Till: OMAHA DA 1 1 A' I.KK: MONDAY, OCTUliT.l.
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GRAIN AM PRODICE MARKET
Dimiit 1a4w AbraU AfeU
Lm1 Tint Pit
fORClGN COUKTRILS SHIP HtAVlLY
Tkia Oaet rrtr 4 Keea InorlMi
KttH awastaosa Dewa I.weavl
1bt) Ttrw LJae aa Mar
OMAHA, October 20, MM.
Liverpool took a boat-lab rlrw of th
huuailon ud rulad lower. India and
IUMraiU bar hipped 1.M4.000 buahel Inm
rear aaauiart aV,4M last year and Argentina
offerlnaa ara luir, with a disposition to
eitad piioa. Add to those factor lha
mn ajaoount ratsa Abroad, and II will b
understood way th local mark. at opened
a trifla waa. Soeoulatlv loose thrnw
thalr line Into to Dlt early and Dri-e
7ieiuea temporarily; DuL, on tn punllcaliun
of northwest oar receipts expected, mod
erate buying appeared, which steadied the
Th market was llrtlea all dajr and da
veld of leaturen. Koreiarn markets were
aueer la sympathr with wheat, but no
pmesure developed. Trade in the tilt
Ufht and fluctuations were confined to a
narrow, fractional ranee. -Only the car
ehortase stands (n the way of a very heavy
I nioTimmi 01 me crop 10 market ana we
look for much lower urice.
Oats were weak. The feet Id every on
baa been a bull on oats from the farmer
to the eastern consumer. They nr all
loaded with oata. The ear situation la
, aatalnst tb price. Receipts are only
: limited by the oar supply.
, Iftmarjr wheat receipts were 1,08.00)
bushels and shipments 678.nm bushel,
'aamlnat receipts last year of 1.144. too bush
els and shipments of 472.000 buahel. Corn
I receipts were 671,000 bushels and shipments
iilW bushels, aaalnst receipts last year of
! 2lT7,OUO bushels and shipments of til.0i0
i bushels. Clearances were 412.0U0 bushels of
I wheat, K0U0 barrels of flour, Us bushels of
corn, (l.uuo bushels of oats.
Liverpool closed Hd lower on wheat and
W1 lower on oorn.
Tka, U rut--w Ulllf la aAirlaeA that Vlaaiin
( will In all probability Import about 7.00,000
Dusneis ot wneat. owing to tne rauure or
th Mexican wheat crop tnia year and It
I expected that Import duty will be tem
porarily suspended by January 1. Boft
winter wheat will be called for. Mexican
millers and bakers war not satisfied with
hard winter wheat that was imported dur
ing last suspension of duty.
A Portland (Ore.l correspondent of the
Modern Miller wires: "Two cargoea wheat
sola mill at Hong Kong cjr local x
Local run ire of options:
Articles. Open. Hlfh. Low. Clone. Te'y.
Omaha Cash Bales.
WHEAT No. 8 hard, 1 car, 7c; No.
spring, 1 car, 8e; No, 4 hard, 1 car, Sbr.
ORN No. t yellow, 1 car. 4c.
'ATS No. 3 mixed. 1 car 80c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
"WHEAT No. 2 hard. fi7e: No. S hard.
SJviWc; No. 4 hard, 60664c; No. 1 spring, C3
CORN No. S, 3tt4S)c; No. 3 yellow, S9c;
iso. 3 wnite, 4o?jpvc.
OATH No. I mixed. iH1;; No. 1 white,
30Hc; No. 4 white, &;.
HVK-No. 2, MiVc; No. 8, 67e.
HU IhjuIs ....
CHICAGO GR All A.1D PROVISIONS
Prlcea aa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 20 Lower prices for
wheat t Liverpool were chiefly responsible
fov weakness today In the local wheat
market. At the close wheat fer December
dtUvery was off 4c. corn was down c,
oats showed a loss of Siptc and provisions
v. "re s shade to 2V.1 lower.
- The ' wheat" mdrkel was -weak all dny.
Trading was very -(iilet and price held
within a narrow range. The news nf the
day was alinoet exclusively In favor of th
bears and with no special demand the
market showed no rallying power. Prices
were affected by a decline of "id at Liver
pool, favorable weather in the United
ntateH. Increased shipments from India and
Australia and predictions nf a lihoral in.
croaee In world s shipments. Local longs
were the chief sellers and demand came
mainly front shorts. The market cload
weak, with price nenr the lowest point
of the day. December opened MHc to
JvSc lower at 731-i&73;,c, sold off to 78c.
and closed at 73r,731c. Clearances of whest
and flour were equal to 628.900 bu. Primary
receipts were l.OM.&no bu., aa against 1.144,V
on the same day last year. Minneapolis.
Duluth and Chicago reported .rerelpfa of
794 car, a against 663 last week and (94
a year ago.
Trading In corn wa dull and prices were
lower in sympathy with the weakness of
wheat. An official forecast of weather la
torts of th corn belt increased the bear
ish sentiment. The drop in lemperatti'e
would, it waa claimed, facilitate the curing
of the new crop, and would also put th
country roada into better shape for the
movement of th grain.- Cash house were
th prlnclpul sellers, offerings being taken
tv commission house. The market closed
weak, with prices near the lowest point of
the day: December opened a shade to Vc
lower at 42o to 42'42Hc and sold off
to 42c, where It closed. I-ocal receipts were
VO car, with 173 of contract grade.
Th oat market waa Influenced almost
entirely by the action of wheat and corn,
sentiment In th pit being bearish all day.
There waa considerable selling by longs
and bit trader. December opened VkffWc
lower at Sic. sold between Ho and S3c
and oloaed . at $3'c Local receipt wer
Provision wer otilet and easy. There
waa scattered liquidation bv the buyer of
yesterday, th offerings being taken by pit
traders, who were evening up trade. A
weak market for live hogs was la rely In
fluential In holding down prlcea. At the
alo January pork waa off 2c at $1172,
lard waa a had lower at $.t06.I2.Vi and
rtba war Ao lower at $7.46.
Kali mated Meet pis for Monday: Wheat,
T car; corn. 2S2 can; oata, 26a car; hogs,
Th leading futures ranged aa follows:
Artlolaa-1 Open. Hlh.j Low. Clo. Tes'y.
,Do'..73'if! TjJ TS TMrWaWtfl
May... 7Wf.-V 78' 7i 77?!7iib
Corn ' M
Out.... 44VJ 44 4J 44H
Dwa... 4J4r, 4JH! 3 42 43S
May... 3 43H Mt
D-o.... $3H 3314 ' $3 ",S3te'S
May... UVfruSl H N M
July... ii 13 BV K
Jan.... II T5 IS 75 1J 72, 1$ It T
May... UW'UtO 13 80 UN U K
OoL... ti $60 8 45 4S $46
Not... I 80 I 8 87H $ KVi 82V,
Jaa.... 120 $26 $2o $2lz24
May... 0 I tlht $ 30 $ 33Vk
Oct.... $80 $80 I 30 180 11$
Jan.... 1 4& 1 46 T46 746 7 47ft
May... T t-'ftj 7 H'W IS 7 67 ft
Cash euotatlon wer aa follow:
rLOUR Steady; winter patents. $3.30
.40; straights, $la436; spring patenta
) Ka.Ui atralgbU, t.lmd.0; bakers, $3.30
WUJ1AT Na. apring, 7$O0o; No. $. 739
Teo; M. no. uxyuita.
CORJ-No. I too; No. I yellow, 4VWA.C.
OAThV No. I tni; N. $ whit, tspnc;
y. I whtt. klgSfta.
RTV-FMr to choiua malting. fcg)c.
aaCSoe-Xa. 1 flax, tl-ftjft; No. 1 uorth
weaiera, $1-1114; prim timothy, $4.06;
oloTsr, oontract trade. $13-0$.
PROTiaiOWII Short rib side (loose).
3gjMHl.7. Wee pork, par bbL, $1160. Lard,
rr IM Ibai. $o. Boort slr aid (boxedi.
Th raoWatg aad aaipmD(a of flour and
grata wr; Keoeipta Shipments.
jur, kbta. 16.8U M.700
WhaaX a... 64 U0 87.iu
nra. ba.. 40 4u.3oO
ata, k .- tot 1 2IM.140
Ky. k..4. 14 000 t.ono
ksritf, bu $t.$uO tf.a)
Oat Uta Pradwoa axxthaag today th but
ter aaarkat waa ataaay ; craamery. l0J6ftc;
dairy, UMTtai'1- Lars, Arm; at mark, ca
hvilut, isg-aa; flrwta. Ha; prime flrsta
eW; aattWA 80. Cka. ateady. 18rUo.
$rkiladlakia rteluf Market.
fniAXaLPrTIA, Oat. 3ft. BUTTER ..
Uacikaaged; extra wwsiara creumnr, Afll
oiaj, prtoa. tic: street lartoa. Uc; rxtia
rby prtata, w. .
kJbbJb TUm. ut N Xoik full
freuit, Udt. lV9l$r; riiolr. 1.1'c; f r '.
1 X f - K1 1 m. r blcher: tM-arhr fresh and
astern freah, T7c at mark. ,
nun l or k wicb:Ri, Miiikrr
eMails f ths Day trls
NCW TURK. lift. 11-ri.lllH. IIkmii.
M,a bhts; tsporta, Ia.i7 bula, iaie, It.iwi
pauaages; market steady, but dun. jrfinne-
nia paisnts, HHH-M', baser, ")-.,
winter sauuita. &x .ixj ii): winter siraisuts.
H-iM I w. aimer exUs, I. Jwn. s , w inter
tow grauea, ai.letta.jo. Rye nour. lair in
ood, u.m.su; chuic to fancy, atlwo) (
4.1a. Biica wn-at nour, steady, M-"J.
sput and to arrive.
BLlkWHfcAr-Market steady. II. Jt DT
1 pounds o. L f., .New York.
ctK-MaiALr-Msrket steady; Ana white
and yenow. Sl.iutfl.;: ooarn. ll.lOwl.U;
un dried. xu.iboah.
HTU Marael tirrn- No. 1 western. U !
. I. f.. New Tork.
HAKLkT irtaraat Arm: feedlns. 4.'U c. I
f. KurTalo; malting, bkij10 . I. f. Bunalo.
WliKA'!' Kecetpta, ljo.000 bu: export",
111.K4 bu; saiea, i0.0 bu. futures and
du epoi; nioi, marsei eaey, .kj.
7'o; No. red. t f. n. b. afloat: No. I
hard winter, afloat. Hlisrp declines
were noted In wheat this morning based
on weak cahls, prospects for heavy
world s shipments and Increased Argen
tina offering!!. A late rally on hlg clear
ances left tii" market Anally 'c net lower.
May, R44i3Hc, cloned SsSc, December
CORN-Receipts, 1I.K95 bu; exports. M$
bu; apot, tnatkat steady; No. I, B4c ele
vator and 66c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1' yellow,
63c; No. 2 white, bbv. Option market was
without Iranaactlon. clo.lng net un
changed. January closed 80c; May closed
49io; December closed 61t-.
OATH Receipts, Irtu.liiO bu; exports, 31,
071 bu; spot, market steady; mixed oats,
hi to tt pounds, 3c; natural white, 30 to
M pounds. ilK9H;, clipped white, 30 to 40
FKKT Market firm: spring bran, $3 10,
October shipment; middling. $'.'i36, Octo
ber shipment; city, Hl.ftrmi.ln.
HAY Market Mrm; shipped, ft08oc; good
to chnlce, l ai.06.
HOP8 Market steady: state common lo
choice, 190S. 'Jiifi'Jdc: 1!6. I'il3c; Pacific
cot, VXH, lMflh-; 1906, lL"ei4c.
HIOKS Ms'ket steady; Oalveitoe. JO to
S pounds, 20c; California, II to i'5 pounds,
ale; Texas dry, 24 to 30 pounds, 19c. .
LbiATH EUt Market steady; add.
PROVISIONS Reef, mnrket steady;
family, H2.oaQIS.6o; mess, $s.fini.i; bef
hams, Kl OO&.W; psrket. 110 ofxn 10.it); city
extra India mesa. Il 17m. Cut meats,
market Arm; plrkled bellies. llci.L'S'o I J.50;
pickled hains. Sl'j.t. Iyrd. market firmer;
western prime, I9.ii.vg 0 75; refined, firm; con
tinent. $10.10; 8. A., $10.76; compound, 7Vd
7i. Pork, market steady; family, $l.i
19.50; short clear, $1 76g 18 50; mw, $18.00
TALLOW Market Arm: city, ($J.OO per
package), 6Hc; country tpackages free), 6
R1CB Market steady: domestic, fair to
extra, .TVt ;'": Japan, nominal.
BUTTER wuiet; street price, extra
creamery. 27c. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to exira, lStrCtitic; hc!d. sec
onds to extra, 2183tc; state dairy, common
to fancy, iRHyS&c; renovated, common to
extra, 15.ird!2Ic : western factory, common
to firsts, lMtflSHc; western Imitation
crenmery. firsts, 19H20c.
CHEESK Quiet; state, full crenm, amall
fancy, lSc; fair to good. 124ri:c; ate,
large fancy, 13n; state, fair to good, 12
flUe: state, inferior, loftllc.
EOOS Steady ; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby, fancy selected white, 3Mf13c; state,
choice, 30fd31c: state, mixed extra, WqZSc;
western firsts, 2oid6Hc; official prices, 24ft
tiiV; western seconds, 2ij24e.
POULTRY Dressed, quiet; western
chickens, lOiEflic; spring turkeys, 1620c;
ft. I.obIs General Market.
ST. LOXIS. Oct. 20.-WHBAT Ixiwtr;
track. No. 2 red cash, 74ft75'V: No. 3 hard
7r'(t7tic; December, 71T'"u72c: May, 7ftW76V,o.
CORN Lower; track. No. 3 cash,
47iftc; December, 4o'c; No. 2 white, 46ft 'j
OAJ liower; track, ?o. z eaen, stftc;
No. 2 white. 3Sc; December. $3c: May. S4ie.
FIjOUR Steady: red winter tatent'i. la.-'S
tfft.go; extra fancy and straight, H.2igXD0;
hE ED Timothy, steady. $3.50(34.00.
"ORNM EAIy Steady, $2 60.
BRAN Firm: sacked, east track. S76'Wtc.
HAY Steady: timothy, $i:.00S 16.00;
IRON COTTON TIE8-$1.02.
HAOOINO PV '
HEMP TWINE 8c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steadv: inhblnr.
$16.7S. Ijiid. higher; prime steamed, $0.(0.
Dry salt meats, steady: boxed, extra
short.-$!.2S: clear rlhs. $924: short clears.
$!l7ft. Bacon, steady: boxed, extra shorts,
li5n: clear ribs, 10.62ft; short clear,
POl LTRT Weak: chickens. 8c: springs.
8c; turkeys, 12ftc: aducks. 10c; eese, .
hi i 1 r.K nteaoy; creamery, asr.Tic;
EfrdS Firm at 10c. case count. " '
Th receipts and shipments of flour and
grain were: Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls , ; ; 8,000 7 o
Wheat, bu flo.m wiono
C6rn, bu 74.000 6S.000
Uats, bu 88,0iC 46,000
.! Minneapolis Oraln Market.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prloes, a reported by F. D. Day
Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Article. I Open. High. I Low. Close.
Dec . May....
1 12 .
I H) I 14ft
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, ibftc; No. 1 northern, 76 vac ; No. 2
northern. TJTic: No. 3, 71W2f72ftc; No. 1
durum. Ho; No. I durum, 61c; to srrive
OOftc. Corn: No. 3 yellow. 42in; No. 3
42fto. Oata: No. 8 white, 30fte; No. 3, 28'4't
$1 1. Brley' 85' Ry' 87'868c Fu
Kaaaaa City Grata aad Provlsloas.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. 20 WHEAT One
cent lower; Deombr. 67c; May. 71c;
oaah. No. $ hard, tiTOe; No. 3, t&foc; No.
t red. (9970c; No. 8. 66069c.
CORN-A1HO lower; December. 37ic:
May, 3$c; caah. No. ! mixed. 39Vii4bc;
Nil $ whit. 4!c; No. $, SS'i'oSSfte.
OATS Unohangd to lo lower. No. 2
liXKIS Market firm; extra, 23c; firsts,
82c; ootids, l&fto. .
- HAT Market atrong; prairi. 6O0 to $1.10
higher; rhoio tiniothy, $12.3b'(rlL60; choice
RTB Market unchanged at 636c.
BCTTKR Firm; creamery, 36c; packing,
an 0"n T7.000
Mllwawk Grata Market.
Mn.winvin r-wh a nrum
Lower: No. 1 northern, T8l79c; No. t, Trif
1 . try-miii uvr, i ao.
RTWHlther; No. 1. (CHc
RARLET Steady ; No. X. S&c; aampla, 4
CORN txwer; No. S oaac, 444f45c; Do
oemUr, 4to. bid.
Pwarla firali Market.
PEORIA Oct. tu. CORN Lower ; old No
$ yellow and No. 8. 4ic; No. 4, 43c;. new.
3fto: no grad. 43c; new. 87a
OATS Tower; No. $ whit. 3433o; No.
I whit n
RTF Firm; No. X 64966a.
l.lreraoal Grata aad PravUleas.
IJVERPOOL. Oct. WHBAT-Snot,
Arm: No. 8 red westarn winter, felled.
Future, firm; Doember, (a4td; March,
CORN Spot, asy: Ameeiean mixed.
4a 4ftd- Future, firm: October, nominal;
Uctmbar, 4 4Sd ". January, a L
Datwtk Grata Market.
DULUTH, Oct. a WHT-AT-On track.
No. 1 hard, TfSc; No- 1 nenhern, 7V: No.
8 northern, 74ftc: Ocaobor. 7Vc; Decem
ber. 7fte: May. TT: July. TVftc-
OATS To arrlr and October. $Hic.
Twlede Seed Market.
TOLEDO, Oct. $. SEEDS Clover, cash.
$17ft: October. $.17ft; DeKjember, $ 27ft.
Tluioihy. PA". Alalka, $L0.
agar aad Me lasses.
NEW TORK". Oct. $1 UTO A It-Raw
quiet; fair refining. ftei untrirunal M test.
4 ; nilasea suxar, iHa Re(ind, steady;
No. 6 4.40c; No. 7. 4-$c: N. k. 4---, No.
.-$4.XSpJ No. 10. 415c; No. IL 4.rV; No. )2,
4.06c; Na 11. 4c: No. 14. HE.--. runfeoUraeiV
A 4 7Uc: mould A. 6.16c; rat loaf, f 6uc;
powdered. 6c: granulated, 4.8uc: cube, t lie.
MiiLAhSta Snady; New Orleans oim-b
kettle, gcud ta choice, 'SSc
NEW TORK. Oct. . METALS There
waa n change of renaequem e in th mi la)
markets, business being oiilet. as unual. in
tlie Hltaepoe of cslilna. Tin 1 m: ,t.-tt at
t4S.laru--48.3tl, iak cu(icr at Jl.7u mov
trtlytlr at III loflSic and 'ln et .'!.
tr.ii.fr. l-,i aa quiet al .7ifT. at and
ittr st lAsnraki Iron nun and
PII. Mil I". JB -MKT.4IJ l.l. Hrffl
11 llt4 A. .ipeltrr. arm at tnjv.
IIWIHt MHOI.r.ltl.K MtRKKTi
( oadltle f Trad and .atala a
magi sad Kaaey Prodae.
KtHIH Per dot., 'AK:
L4Vkl Ptl LIMV-Hena, irc: rowetera,
t:; turkeya, l'V, ducks, re; spring thickens,
BL'TTKR PacHInk stu. k. 17c; cholo
fancy dairy, amJo, creamery, ZltfUe
HAT Prloea uuoled by Miliaria Feed cotn-
pany: Choice upland, M; meJtuin. tiMj;
cur, Uab. rtye atraw, K WtfT.ou.
BKAN Per ton. tii.uw.
BWtET PtJTATOfa-Per bbl ..
TOAlATOh Home (rown, per basket of
WAX BluANS-Per market basket ot
about 15 lba, 76c.
TURNIPS, BEKTS AND CARROT8-Pr
bu , 7uo.
LEAK LE7TTUCK Hothouse, per do.,
CElEKT Par dot , 2e(40C.
CUCUMBERS-Hut houa. per dot , $1.60.
ONION Home grown, per bu.;
Spanleh, $1.76 per crate.
OREEN ONIONS Per dot. bunches. 16c.
HORSERADISH Cat ot 2 dog, $190.
RADISHES Per do, bunuhe. U&2UC.
NAVY DKANB-Per bu., $1 86; No. 2, $1.76.
LIMA BE ANS Per lb.. 6ftc.
OREEN PEPPERS-Per market basket.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dot. bunches,
CABBAOE Horn grown, per lb., lftc.
K.OU I'LANT Per dot , 76c.
POTATOES Per bu., 40i3t)6c.
PEACH F-fl- Colorado, 8tc10li; Missouri,
per 8-baik-t crate. $1.0091.26; California Bal
wiy, per box, $1.00.
PLUMS Orenon Italian prunes. $1.10.
PEARS Winter varieties, per box, $3.9
ORATES Heme grown, per 8-lb. basket.
Be: Tokuy, $1 7i.
APPLES Per bbl.. $2.&O9.00
CRANBERRIES Per bbl . $7.7$.
GRAPE FRUIT-Slte ;o to $0. 86.00.
ORANOES-Valenclas. 86-112 sites, $6.00;
Florida oranges, $3.76.
LEMONS Llmonlers. extr fancy, 210
size, $.60; 800 else, $8.60; 360 site, $8.60; other
brands, $1.00 less.
BANANAS Per medlum-slxed bunch,
$1 76g3 25: Jumbos. $2 6vil3.00.
DATES Per lb., 6rd6c.
SUOAR Granulated cane. In sacks, 15. SI;
granulated beet. In sacks, $5.21.
CHEE8&-8wl, new. 16c: Wisconsin
hrtck, 14ftc; Wisconsin llmberger, l$c;
twin. Hfto; Toung Americans, 15Hc.
COFFEE Roasted, No. 36, c per lb.;
No. 80, 23c per lb.; No. 26, 19c per lb.; No.
20, 18c per lb.; No. 21, 13c per lb.
BTRCP In bbl., 27c per gaL; In caes,
6 10-lb. can, 11.70; cases, 11 6-ln. cans, 1 SO;
cases. 34 2ft-lb. cans, $1.86.
HONEY Per 24 frames. $3 50.
CANNED OOODS Corn, atandard west
ern. 66ii0c: Maine. $1.18. Tomatoes. 3-ll.
una tl in ) 1 v. ar. 1 no ti.i
1 ' , . . . . v md , . vlin, 1- - T( v . . . v-. ,..--
apples, grated, I-lb., $2 06 2 80; sliced. $1.80
S'J.20; gallon apples, fancy. $2.66; Callfornln
apricots, $l.BOQ 26; pears, $t.753'2.50; peaches,
fancy, $1.75132.40; H. C. eachea. t2.0DQC.Ki).
Alaska salmon, red, $1.2o; fancy Chinook,
F.. $2.10; fancy eockeye. F., $1.96; sardines,
quarter oil, 12.76: three-quarter mustard,
$3 CO. Sweet potatoes. $1 Wl.a; sauerkraut,
$1.0u; pumpkins. VOcQtl.OO; wax beans, 2-lb.,
SnSeOc: lima beans. 2-lb.. 76cT(11.36: spinach.
$1.66; cheap peas, 2-lb., 60c; extra, 96cfi41.10;
CURED FJSH-Famlly whiteflsh, per
quarter bbl.. 100 lbs., $4.00; Norway mack-
. . kh 1 n d . . . v 4 ar.a wv. v.. a aniiA
Irish, No. $1600; herring. In bbls., 200
iub. vecu. urva.v, m, a?.uu, nvrw. oe.
89.00; Holland herring, In kegs, milkers
80c: kear. mixed. 70e.
FISH Buffalo, large dressed. $c; trout,
medium or large, dressed. 12c: pike, dressed,
11c; halibut, fine stock. 11c: catfish, dressed,
15c; bullheads, dressed and skinned. 12c;
white perch, dreeeed. tc: crapples. larce
12c; aunflsh, pan site, 6c: white bass, extra
choice, izc; pickerel, tc: salmon, cntnook
11c; whlteflah (frozen), lie; mackerel (Span-
I k 1 Ar n.l,.. iwi flak 1k'?T'9&r m H K
frean, froxen, lie; flounder, freah, frozen,
11c: blueflah. freah. frozen. 16c: haddock.
freah, frozen, 10c; redsnapper, dressed, 12c;
ameira, iso. 1, per to., ix; looater tooiicai,
per lb.. 40c: sreen. 87c: eeL per lb.. 18c:
frog leg, per doc, 36c: roe shad. $1 each;
shsd roe, pair. 4bo. t
HIDES AND TALLOW Oreen aalted
No. 1. 18.c: No. 1. 12ic: bull hide. ftffl
mi - . ..... L. 1 . , 1 ,1 . . V. o 111 ...
horse, tl.60fi6.76; sheep pelts, (0ctS$1.26. Tal
low, no. 1, 4ftc: iso. z. nc.
WOOL-Per lb.. 18JJ28C.
CUT BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 rlba. 11c: No. 1 rlba c: U0..8 .rlba.
6c; Nix 1 loin, 16ftc; No. 3 loin, llo; Js'o. I
luln, 8c; No. 1 chuck. 6c; No. 3 chuck, 4c;
No. $ chuck, tc; No. 1 round, $c; No. I
round. 7c; No. $ round, tftc: No. 1 plat.
ic; iso. z plat, Iftc; iso. liate, zc.
NEW' YORK, Oct. 20. COTTON
Rpot closed quiet; middling uplands, 11c;
LIVERPOOL, Oct. '29. COTTON Spot
dull; prices, $0 points lower; American
middling fair. 6 68d; good middling, 6 29d;
middling, 6.1$d; low middling. 6.91d;
good ordinary, 6.67d; ordinary, 6.83d.
The ealea of tli day were 6.000 bales
of which 600 bale were for apeculatlon
and export and Included 4,000 bales of
American. - Receipts, 28,000 bales, Includ
ing 24.1 00 bales of American.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 20 COTTON
Steady; mtddllnr. lltao: aales. 170 bales:
receipts, 114 bales; shipments, 428 bales;
stock, 8.886 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 20. COTTON
Spot closed steady; aalea, 1,400 bales; low
ordinary. 7iC, nominal; ordinary, Sc;
food ordinary, t K-l6o; low middling,
0o; middling, 11c; good middling
lotko; middling fair, llfec, nominal;
fair, 13Sc, nominal. Receipt, 26, $06
Dales; slock, 262.144 bales.
LONDON, Oct. 20 Money was In good
demand and dearer In the market today.
Discounts wer firmer. Trading on tli
Stock exchange had :i omewlia: Meadler
tone, so far aa British securities were con
cerned, owing to th Idea that the Bark of
Kngland . per oent discount rule will
stop th export of cold. Consols showed
no further ioaa, but ioreigner wer weak
on continental aalea. Americans were In
active. They opened below parity and
further declined during (h session under
offerings at parity for American account
and rears of a poor Near Y i.-k bank state
ment. The market ol'iaed weak at the
lowest quotations 'if the diy. Japanese
Imperial 6s of 1H04 closed at 1'lOft.
HERL1N, Oct. 20 Prices on the Bourse
today wer somewhat depressed, being ef
fected by th action tken by the ftank of
England yesterday In raising Its rrt of
discount to 6 per ?eat.
Cleartag Baas fltateaaeat.
NEW TORK. Oct. 30 The statement of
the clearing house banks for the week
shows tliat the banks hold $".200,860 more
than th legal reserv required. Thl Is a
decrease of $s.t23,4o0 aa compared with last
week. Th statement;
Reserv required .
Lx-l". 3. depoatu
. 71, mew
OMAHA Oct. Jo. Bank clearings for to
day were $1,722.214.171.124. and for the corre
sponding data laat year $l."7.T58.0i ,
I 2.043.749 8 $1.9ol,140.S8
1,711. t3S 48
811. 37.170 8? 89.513.1S7.44
Increae over th corresponding
date laat -ear $3,861,003.38
LONDON. Oct. !. WOOL Th ar
rival of wool for the aixth seriea of auc
tion aalea smounted to 37.006 bales. In
cluding 7,000 bales forwarded direct to
spinners. The imports this week were:
New South Walea. 8.61)6 bales; Queena-
iand. $.100 bales; Victoria, $00 bales; New
leajand, 400 bale: Cap of Oood -Hop
and Natal, 100 bale, and 500 bales of
ST. LOna, Oct. t0 WOOL Steady;
medium grades, combing and clothing. 23
!7ftc; light fin. l$xlc: heavy fine, IS
617c; tub washed. IJtfliftc.
Oil aad Heal.
NEW TORK, Oct 10, OII.8-Cettoneed,
firm; prim crudes f. a. K. mill, ItuSftc;
prim yellew, nominal Petroieuta. steady;
refined New Yer. $7 60; Philadelphia and
BaJtimar. $7.46: Philadelphia and Balti
more in bulk, $4.36. TurNentlne, firm at
Ri.siX Flnu: rained, common to good.
OIL CITY. Pa.. Oct. M. OIIA-Cr. i4li
Mtancea, , l-e; runs, 104 777 bbls. ; a vera.e,
. pnijttiVUi ioi,oa liie., Bl
OHAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Ctt! for thi Wftk Sudy to Lowtr
HOGS EXPERIENCING SOME WEAKNESS
Reeelpta f heep aad l.ambe fer
Week Large, with Prleee far
til Kla rally aa tld
a lat Week.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. JO. 1.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
83 $.14) X7.oK
$.449 6.610 81.9
10.r0 4. ',i9
O0 6.09.' 10,1)11
Official Monday 4...
Official Tuesday ...
Official Thursday ..
Official Saturday ..
Total this week S7.1:fi 27.128 101.963
Total laat week 32.601 24.&M 90.72i
Total two weeks ago... .30,641 24U'." IJO.im
Total three weeks ago...28,8jtt 26,983 W.i-i
Total four weeks ago. ...24.236 3.4 68.K60
Same week last year 31.000 26.6(6 7.J6
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
th year tu date, compared with last year:
19 19"6. Inc.
Cattle S24.9I1 793.614! M.Zt
Hogs 3.076.1J2 1.891.64s lM.wS
Sheep 1.7U8.83S 1.612.012 194.826
Oood to choice corn-fed steers $ri.76U6.3e
rair to good corn-fed steers o.xuy.ii
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4. wxu-0.25
Oood to choloe range steers 4.6)6.6
rair to good range steers 4.t"u4.w)
Common to fair rsnge steer 8.6114.00
Oood grass cows and heifers 2.8oi3.60
Fair to good cows and heifers i."ui.S6
Common to fair cows and heifer.. 1.40i2.40
Oood-cholce Blocker and feeders., 4uH4 5o
rair lo good stockera and feeders.. 3.ii4 00
Common to fslr Blockers 2.7f4j.t.2o
Buils. stags, etc 4.0OIQ6.0O
The followlna table ahows the average
price of hog at South Omaha for th last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 19fi. 1306. 11904. ,1903. 11902. lt01.1800.
6 lKftl 4 99 6 49 6 861 6 16 1 4 91
6 Vfy, 6 07J 6 511 5 311 I 6 ill 4 H:l
6 21ft! 6 01 6 17 6 7 7 06 4 93
I 6 101 6 11' 6 4-ti 7 lo, 6 29i
6 32ft I 6 12; 5 48 7 l 18 4 63
a 27 1 6 111 1 a Hui 91i 6 S!i 4 78
6 16 I 6 UK 5 02 7 , 6 23, 6 301 4 64
6 19 I 5 10; 4 Mi 7 03 6 27 1 4 52
6 20 I 5 )2 6 02; 6 12) 6 23; 4 62
I & 20! 6 H 6 08 , 6 82 ; 6 26
RANGE OF PRICES.
6.8 u6 60
St. Loul ....
The official number ot cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle Hoga H'a's.
C, M. & St. I. Ry
to. t-ac. Ky... ,
Union Pacific system
C. tt N. W. Ry. (east)
C. A n. w. Ky. 1 west)
C, St. P., M. O. Ry
C, H. Sk Q. (east)
C, B. 6c Q. (west)
C, R. 1. P. Ry. (east)....
Chicago Great Western ....
Total recelpta II 76 1
The disposition of the day receipts waa
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated.'
Buyer. Cattle. Hogt. Sheep.
Omaha Packing company .
Swift tt Company......... 1J7
Cudahy Packing company 60
Armour t Company
Cudahy Pak. Co.. K. C. 69
Armour 4c Co., Denver 110
McCreary & Carey .., 61
I F. Hum 30
J. B. Root at Co 81
Armour Co., Denver.,... 64
Houston Packing Co.... 90
Other buyer 28
Total 638 6.374 2.647
CATTLE There" were Only a few cars of
cattle reported In lday and not enough
to make a market. As usual on a Satur
day the demand was very light and there
was little doing. 'The total receipts for
the week wer the heaviest that they hav
been so far this year, showing large gains
over th heavy ruu.pf week ago and all
8trlctly good cortjjed and rang beef
cattle have been In good demand all the
week. The supply of that kind of cattle
haa not been very large, notwithstanding
the fact that the total run liaa leen so
heavy. Th reault was that the market was
In very good condition and at the close of
the week Is fully s' high as any time of
late. The best coni-feds eold up to 36 35
during the week, with the best range steers
at 85.50. The common to medium grades
of beef steers, owing to the plentiful sup
ply, have shown more or less weakness
and hav in spots sold somewhat lower.
Cows and heifers were very free sellers
at th beginning of th week, with the
market, if anything, - strong. In fact, all
kinds aold strong up until Wednesday,
when owing to the very heavy runs prices
took a turn downward. At the close of the
week good cowa are probably around 10c
lower, with the heaviest declines, on such
as have been selling around 12.5163.(11. and
they are in many canes Uia25c lower than
the first of the week. Considering the very
large runs th market haa been upon the
whole In fair condition.
The best feeders have been sought after
all the week and hav commanded a good
prices as ever. The light and inferior
grades, on the other hand, hav sold some
lower tinder the Influence of the very heavy
runs. Still, as was said of the cow market,
considering th large receipts the market
as a whole has been fully aa good aa could
hnve been expected..
No. At. Pr. No. A. Pr.
43 ,...1170 8 U
t feeders.. 750 3 25 S cows 1000 2 60
13 cows..... 869 2 00 -
HOGS There waa no great change In the
hog market this morning, the trade opening
slow and dull, with the best hog veiling at
about the same prices as yeaterday. There
Waa, however, a weak tone to tli trad
and a lower tendency. Some aales were un
questionably easier and there were sales
men who thouaht they had to take off as
much as 6c on some loads. As will be noted
from the sales below a good many of the
hogs sold at $G.15ftti.20. with quite a sprink
ling of the better loads on up to $6 30.
Receipts of hogs this week have not
shown any very great change so far as
number were concerned when compared
with last week or with a year ago. The
week started out with an advance of 67ftc,
but the gain was all lost the day follow
ing, and by Wednesday the market was
11" lower than the close of the previous
week. On Thursday and Friday there waa
a alight reaction, ao that at the close of
the week the market .on an average is only
6ii7ftc lower than the close of the previous
No. av Ba. Pr. -- Ka
W M ... I K 12.
... 4 II
,.. 4 It
... 4 11
0 I II
... I II
... I I7'i
... I 17ft
40 I 17ft
... I 17ft
to... 111) ... iw., It..
. .S7i ite mi
..3u6 ... 4 Ot'i
..Il,7 14 It
.III 80 I 10
..'... 4tl 6 10
..100 1:0 i
. I7T M It'i M...
..T ... 1 ll'j 44...
..11 ti 11 tu...
.344 144 4 10
.243 20 4 !0
.!4.l 1.1) 4 20
11 40 I l
.241 140 I 20
4 Kt lit 134 14...
44 Ill 134' 4 ITft 13...
it !t M lift 74...
44 lot 124 4 I1H ?!...
44.., 104 It 13 It...
H tt 40 IIU' 4...
0 14 ... tli Irt...
4U ... I It TO...
10 Ut M .4 it 44...
44 -U IK lit - 4.1...
44 115 U III 44...
04 K4 :oe I II, . 14...
41 10 I I la 70...
41 S4I 40 1,11 II. ..
41 171 W 4 II 17...
ot m in II 14 ..
44 14 120 I 14
H tU laO U '4...
41 I 10
20 I tt4
40 4 23ft
40 4 It
40 I 31
14 2"4 4 21
.117 100 4 I
.121 ... 4 21
.214 ... 4 rift
.111 to 8 10
40 I 40
M I 10
8HKEP Thre wer no sheep here today
to make a test of value, for th week
the receipt foot up over lOO.ono bead, a
will he noted frtnn tables above, it being
the largest run of the year, with the ex
ception ot the week ending October 6. A
compared with last week, there was a
gain of over 11.800 bead.
The market aa a whole has been In most
satisfactory condition from atari to finish,
the demand being fuUy equal to the ar
rive'. and the trade active on every day.
Although receipt wer large, they were
none too much o to meet the requirement
of buyers, and each day' supply eras
cleaned up before tb close of the market.
The week started out with a vary strong
mtrket on fat lamb. deatrabVo stock of
that kind veiling considerably higher than
th c'ose of the frevloua week. This ad
vunce was practically lost th star follow
Ing and the week rloaed with fat lambs
fully ateady with the cloae of last week.
Fat hen, both wethers, yearlings and
ewe, were In active demand every d:y
with good, strong prices prevailing Pa, k.
er wer free buye- and the reeetnta
changed bands very readily n th day of
I Fdar lauka war In ltuge ravetpt vrjf
dar, but th demstv! waa t negent that t
priien ahiaed a good deil ef eirnglh end
are at m elre ef the weaa )., Mfner
thn im wee gt. Rexlil very Istt
nun, bee of small feeders, there hav be1
some of the largest feeder (tuyere In the
counter In attendanre. o Ihst the trd
has been In a meet healthy rendition, Ibt
market being sctive erery day.
Hardly enough feeder sheep hat hens,
comln to reslly make a test of th mar
ket, but snch as were received Sold very
freelv at good, strnr f price and the mar.
ket l now fully steady with th close of
So far as can be learned at th P'eeenl
time there d'ea not appear t be any very
great number of sheep or lambs In sight
an. I nn . 1. l-.LI... .nclhln niAf
than a fair run for the coining week. !
With the demand as atrong aa It la, no
shipper ran afford to go by this point.
Quotations on killers: Oood to cholcg
limbs. $: 007.26: fair to good lambs.
84. 78117.00: good to choice yearling.
$: 506 Sf; fair to good vearllngs, $5 iy
98 60: good to choice wethers, tl.tt?
6.40; good to choice ewes, $4.wWt'io,
Quotation on feelers: Lsmlrn.
H0; vearllngs, t6.2HtK.70; wethers.
fISIS: ewes. $3.60h4.80; breeding
iniCAt.O LIVR 81WK MARKET
lallle Dall. Hog law aad Weak,
CHICAGO. Oct 20. CATTLE Receipts,
1.500 heai'; market dull: beeves. 83 Wvfpf ;
rows and heifers. $l.ei6.W: Blockers and
feeders. $2.50ri4.6O; calves, $2 S04W.00.
Hi OS Receipts, 11.0)0 head; estimated
Monday. S3.0) head: market slow and
weak; good heavy. $.!. 60. rough heavy,
5.ifi'rj6.l5: light. $;.16i.?6; pig", $a.i.';
bulk nf sales. $4.2yr)t.5ti.
SHEEP AND IaA MRS- Receipts. 2.8W
head: market steady: sheep. $3.204JS.5o;
yearling. $5.4ne.; lambs. $4.8ftff7.T5.
Kaaaaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct. 20.-CATTLF--Recelpts,
4.000 head. Including 200 south
erns; market steady: choice export and
dre"ed beef steers, to.50fi76; fair to good.
14iftt5.40; western steers. $3.606 26; stock
ers and Teeders. $2.75(94.75: southern Bteere.
$2 atnn.jg; southern cows. $2.00j'3.8'; na
tive cown, $20orfi3.76; native heifers. $2.76fc
4.75: hulls. $2.1or3.60; calves. $3O0trt.5n. Re
ceipts for the week, 84.500 head.
HOOS-Rerelpts. 3.200 head: market
steadv lo weak; top, $S.32ft: bulk. $h.2M
6.30; heavy, $ti.3t"ff6 SO: packers, $.20gi.82ft;
pigs and light, 85.76if6.90. Receipts for th
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipt, none;
mnrk.et nominally steady; lambs, $6.754f
7.76; ewes and vearllngs, $4.6or(t6.60; west
ern vearllngs, $6.25'0.on; western wether.
$4.26'i6.26; storkers and feederi, $3.766.50.
Receipts for the week, 48,100.
New York Live Block Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20.-REEVE8-Receipts.
555 head; nothing doing, feeling
steady: dressed beef slow, but unchanged.
Exports. i"t came, hi sneep sua .jmi quar
ters of bee!.
CARVES Receipts, 118 head; nothing do
ing, feeling easier; nominal quotations;
veals, $40"'d8 25; grassers. $2.5Oii.VO0; west
erns. $2.764.O0; dressed calves, dull; city
d Tended veals, 812ftc per lb; extras. 13o;
country dressed, 7tfl2c per lb.; latter ex
treme. SHEEP AND I.AMB8 Receipts, 868
head; little demand; sheep market nom
inal. Falrlv good lambs sold at $7.00; nom
inal quotations, 86.5OC7.50 for common to
HOGS Recelpta. 2.800 head: none on sale;
nominally lower on Buffalo advlcee.
t. Lonla Live Stock Market.
ST. LOt'IS. Oct. 20. CATTLE Receipt.
1.600 head, including 876 Texans: market
steadv; native shipping and export steers.
$4.86i7 00; dressed beef and butcher ateers,
$4.5ni6.00; steer under 1.000 lbs., $3.60iS4.66:
Blockers snd feeders. $2.0O(34.6O; cows and
heifers, $2.2tvS6.2u; canners, $l.orjra.30; bull.
$2.01 (34.00; calves, $3.on.M; Texas and In
dian steers, 62.405.76; cows and heifer,
HOGS' Receipts. 1.600 head; market
steady; pigs and lights, $.00rffV46; packer.
l.2i8.46; butchers and best heavy, $6.36tT
BHEEP AND LAMBS - Receipt. 600
head; market steady; native muttons, $300
ft-0 26: lambs. $4.ft7.60; culls and buck,
$2.26HVd.60; Btockers, $3.00fr4.00.
Sleax City Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Oct. 30.-(8pclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 100 head; mar.
ket unchanged; beeves, $4.60j?6.60; cow,
hulls and mixed, $2.50(34.60; Btockers and
feeders. $3.004.; calves and yearlings,
HOGS Receipts, 2.800 head; market
ateady, selling at KV064j5.20; bulk ot sales,
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.'
ST. JOSEPH Oct. 20. CATTLE - Re
ceipts, 856 head; market nominal: native,
$4.60(6l.40 cows and heifers, $1 604J4.76;
stockers and feeders, $3 264.30.
HOGS Receipts, 2,6s8 head;' market
steady to strong; lights, $6. JOB 6. 36;: bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, It
bead; market nominally steady.
Stock In fltgkt.
Receipts of live stock at the Biz principal
western market yesterday:
Cattle. Hog. Sheep
Sioux City ....
Kanxas City .,
St. Louis ,
itevr York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20-MONEY-On call
nnmlnul: no loans; time loans strong; sixty
day, ninety day and alx months. 6 per
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 6flft
STERLING EXCHANGE Strong, with
actual btiKlness in bankers' bills at $4 86158
4.8526 for demand and at $4-8015$4.802 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. $4 BOVxfM 81ft
and 14 86ft; commercial bills, $t.7Tvti4.7V
SILVER Bar. 70c; Mexican dollars, 64c.
BONDS Government, Arm; railroad,
Quotation on bonds today war as fol
I'. . raf. 4o re.
V. S. 4a, re
V. R. old 4o, re.
V. 8. now 4a, rox
Am. Tobacco 4o..
Atrhlion on. 4a.
do adj. 4
Atlantic P. L. 4a
Hal. A Ohio )...
Rrk. R. T. c. 4l.
Ontral of Ga. 6
do tut Inc
do 54 Inc
.104 I Jape to. M serla.. 17ft
.104 4a 4e otli fi
.(2ft a Oft etia lift
4a 24 oortao I
.101 ,1.. A N. unl. 4o...
.103 Mas. e. g. 4a
.130 Mei. Cantral 4...
.Ml e 1st toe
. 7ft Minn. A St. U 4a.
.!! iM.. K- A T. 44...
.101 4a 2
7 r. R.
ft N' T.
R. of M. c. 40. lift
4Plft N. 1. C. (. If 1214
. MftINo Pacific 41 102H
.11 I da I T
.lllftltt. W. e. 4 Mft
. 10ft o. . L. rtd. tuft
. iPenn. rone. 101ft
. lu Raaitlna aen. 4a HI
do Id tnr
rhae. A Ohio 4fta. ..l"ft tu. L. 11. K. ) t lllft
( hl.-ago A. !,.... 1 Ibi. U. A . t. If 4a Mft
r , B. A Q. n. 4t.... V8t L. 8. W. e. 4a ... It
C K. 1. A P. 4.... 71 gcakoard A. L. 40.. 14
do ol. to 1 8o. Paeiae 4a. 01
CCC. A 8. L. ( 4a.. 103ft, do 1 4a ctfa M
Colo led. ta. arr. A. 76ft so. Railway to 110
toioraoo ana. 41 10 Tcxaa m r. lo 11914
Colo. A Bo.
.. 13 T., l. U A W. 4o.. II
D. A R. O. 4a...
HtMlllaiV Bac. to.
Kr.a p. . 4a
.1011. raloa Paclfje 4a.
. r4 V. . Btaal Id ia.
... 10 ft
do dab. B
v. .stern M4. 4a ..
w. A L. B. 4a..
Wit. Central 4..
do can. 4a...
Hocking Vol. 4fto...ll7
Sieve York Mlaiaar Rtoeka.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20.-Clolng quotations
tin mining viocaa were
Lima Chief ...
Br ear a
Brunswick Cb .
Ton. t'al. Vs..
Lead villa roe ...
email Hopao ..
evaporated Apple aad Dried Fralt.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. COFFEE The
market for coffee futures opened ldy
at unchanged price, which waa a poor
bowing In view of th ateady European
cables. Thar wa some selling by focal
and European longs, and prices eased
off a little In th Tat trading, with th
cloae steady, net unchanged, to $ point
lower. Sale were reported of 11.16$
bag. Including December at 4 40o;
March. lie; May, $.7c; July, 6.80.?;
September, 4$ 4c Spot Rio, ateady; Na
1 Invoice, $ftc
NEW YORK. Oct. $0. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market was ateady, with (hole
quoted at sftc for high quality and or
dinary choice at 7c to 7c; prime, 64jRc.
CALIrXJRNLA DRIED FRUITS Prune
re unchanged, with prices ranging front
8ft to $ftc, according to grade, fer Cali
fornia fruit- Apricot remain more er
lea nominal, with rholo quoted at 14c;
extra choice, 17c; fsocy, lfcaloo, PeocLie
are Arm, with old crop rheio guoted at
Uct extra choice, llgljftc; fancy. Viffllo.
Raisin ar unchanged: with loo Mus
catel quoted at V9'Sc; seeded raioina.
6tftr; London layera. nominal.
r7s aorta aad Imports,
M:V T'iRK, Oct. 211 Tot.U lnnKirlo of
, lutickauUiao and ilij oocU al ill purt of
New Tork fee th weak ending loilsy star
eltie at l'i.ltil T1 ltip-rta ef !
at th t-ort ef New Tnrk ft th week red
ing todsv tr $.s silver and 84 414
g'lld. ietl ttpert t Bpese from ike
MM of New Yeih fer the week ending
today -t $4fl..A silver and gvCO iiu.
I.aadaa Cllg lata.
LONDON. Oof. t. Cloirlnt quetatlest an
in picr eacoang were:
raaeait, aeeer HV M , K A T
M T I anlrel
.Kerfelk A W
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. lift Seuiker Railway
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. 1004 Until here Pi. He
. t .1 nios Psriic tilft
.17 4o l H
. 44ft f. Slaol
. 74 V4 4a t4 .100
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.171 4u pf4 47
4a let f'i
4 Id '4
Illlaoli Ontrtl ..
SILVER Rar. ateady, 32Sd per ounc.
MONEY 4ftMH per cent.
Th rate of discount In th open markot
for short Mlla I 6ft14 per cent; for three
month' bills, 6ft t! 4 per cent.
Bsta t egper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by Logan Bryan, t Board
of Trade vutiaing, umane:
TV. Uuhaak 44
84ftNeT44 t'onMllastea. M
II North Batts
41 UI4 DoiBlal
Retina ronnll4t4.. Soft Pnu. gerrlre
Butte Cotlltlne 14 PnTi. Sent Ira. f4.
Ctlumtl Anion. .HI Oulnrt
(iiumat g Maria ttl Shtnaoa
. 7t Trinity
. ltft l-nltea Fruit
, HVt'tillad glares, mm
... ft t nlle Statan. M.
,. Mftftnh Cneolltta4. .
. 11ft t'tok Topper
. Mt Wolverine
Pol It watt
I. . i PIttltiaeg.
WASHINGTON, Oct. Today's state
ment of th treasury balance In h general
fund, exclusive of the t160.iW.nno gold re
serve, showo: Available cash balance, $222,-
Why Not Read
a Western Far
Ii wilted hj wMtern men and cor
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Five whole pages of each issue are devoted to special article),
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branches of farm life and activity. Note the prominent yjv
tributors to recent numbers:
JAMES WILSON, Secretary of Agriculture.
F. D. 00 BURN, Secretary Kansas Board of Agriculture.
GITF0RD PIN0H0T, Chief of Bureau of Forestry.
A. B. STORMS, President Iowa Agricultural College.
F. H. NEWELL, Chief of Irrigation Service.
W. E. SKINNER, Gen'l Maviiager InUrnflional Lire Stock Show,
0. R. THOMAS, Gen'l Manager Royal Live Stock Show.
A. CARLBT0N, Cere&list, Department of Agriculture.
GEO. P. BELLOWS, Lire Stock Auctioneer.
CHARLES E. BESSEY, Nebraska State Botanist
H. R. SMITH, Expert in Live Stock Feeding;.
No agricultural weekly maintains more regular departments
conducted by editors of practical experienoe, who can tell istel
ligibly exactly what the farmer wants te know. ?
Feeds and Feeding' .H. R. Smith
Lire Stock. .0. W. Harrey
Veterinary H. I. Ramaffttl D. V. S.
Weekly Markets A, 0. Darespoii
Orchard and Gardes . ZX. J. Wraj
Poultry Ida II Chepler ' ' ,
Dairy and Creamery A. L. llaecker
' Legal Queries D. H. Butler
Home and Household Isabel Rlchey
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"Mil. ttEM. ;
18M8: gM eeln si - kutllnn, l"M Mi
,4 ceiiLncates, ;.. an.
WVgTON, (tel. ! -4 all loan. It ff
rent, time loans, ',ti't per eenl nfflclsl
quotation on stock and bonta war:
Oitrktaa t4j. lo..
tm rostrol H
RoMan g AtaaaT
.. ireietttoaa ., ..
..to0'o'c 01. S laeia
., I Kafllenalal , ....
. . H caayar Ran ,,
. lotft Hair Watt
... I 4
... 11 4
Raoa g Wales ..
M,aa Mm la ,.
Pitrkkiir r ...
ttailras t earrel . .
N T . N. M H..IM
Paro Maraaatte .
t'ntaw Paelfle ....
M Iktoet. C. a) C..
.. tool) 014 teatle ,.
... I Iripnaota
... 14 I'elta roppar .
...tot If. II Mlklkf...
... n r. i. oil
... rft 'Vtrrerl,
... lift Wlsnao
... Tl Nertk Rirtt ...
... fl Rutta Caalltlaa
... 40 iKao4a
. ..10HH kltrholl
... T . ! A Arlioeo.
... H Teeak
A mar Ara. t'kam
A star. Peon. Tuk
A mar. T A T
Anier. W'aoia ....
Uaailntn I A
Mow. glartrle ....
I nll4 rniU
I'aitaO (ke Msek.
V. 8 Steel
Fo Want Ads produc reault.
A l.oag Tlsne Oettlag TkTa.
There la a Irua etory of on young worn
who bad devoted almost a year to pulling
wires and using all poaatbU Influenc 1
gain an Interview with a certain theatrlcRl
manager. At laat her hope wee reanaed;
she got her appointment and h was Anally
ushered Into th manager' private efflce. .
He received her most cordially and offevet
ber a chair. .
"Thank you." she aid. gratefullf. ."I
think I will ail down. In been lot teg
months getting here and I'm a 11 Ml tired. "
And th manager, who Is really a great
man and hence has a sens ef humet,
promptly f ngaed her. Outing.
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