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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1005.
tRAlN AND PRODIiCE MARKET
(ablet Do Kg. Respond to fatuidaj'i
EARLY FR.CIS Uf.'EUT DECLINE COKES
Mlln Demand la First Hoar, ant
lowr of Morrmrat Boon F.-
taasted -Com Hp e Rain,
OMAHA, Oct: 22, 1906.
'I ho feeling Itt wriest at the alert till
ir.omnln firmer, nnd price were up
UwSc. Contributory factors Were iighur
iceipt in northwest than exriected and
le failure of the foreign market to re
flect Hi American weariness of Saturday.
When the buying power was exhausted
tne market became very Inactive and later
In the eowlon a selling movement caued
iorr pi lre.
The cloe m about c under Saturday.
Total primary receipts were fchout tne
sum aa last year. The visible supply
aliewed a1 smaller Increase than expected,
but tills bed Utile effect.
An early strength in corn was caused by
wet weather In the corn belt, but thla gave
way to weakness In sympathy with wheat,
ana cloning prices were lower. Receipt
were over the estimate and nearly twice
s large aa Inst year.
Primary wheat receipts weie 1,691,000 bu.,
and shipments 62.ooo bu.. against reoolpis
1h st year of l.bl3.iu bu., and shipment of
62t,o00 bu. Corn receipts were 771.000 bu. and
shipments) 7&o,0"0 bu., against receipts lant
year of 3.':6.0(" bu. and shipments of 4n9,'TO
nu. Clearances were 2v0,000 bu. whewt, 14K,
UK) bu. corn, 13. Cm) bu. oats and dour and
wheat )unl to 493,000 bu.
Liverpool closed unchanged on wheat
and -Ad lower to ttd higher on corn.
The visible what supply Increased 664,000
bushels, corn Increased 63,00) bushels, oats
inrriMwd 419,000 bushel.
Local range of options:
Artlclea l Open.J Hlgh. lxw. aoo.( rt y.
Wheat- 1 I
May... 71W 71HI 701 7Vi 7H
Dec... 7 17 1 ISH tT
May... ' 7H 7H 17 S7lVi
Dee ; II SI
May tlVs S2V
Omaha Cash Bales.
WHEATr-No. t hard, I cars at tic, 1 car
at 667ic: No. 3 hard, X car at 66Vio, I car at
fri'V; No,' 4 hard, 1 car at (6c, 1 car at
CORN No. J, 1 car at W4e.
OAT9-No. t white. cars at VHe; No. t
colored. 1 car at tv 1 car at iOc ,
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT-No. I hard, !H87e: No. hard,
KfJ;V(c; No. 4 hard. 60iac; No. 3 spring.
CORN No. S mixed, WHc; No. 8 yellow,
HVdiWc; No. I white, 3Mi40c.
OATS No. I mixed. 2!Vip10c; No. 8 whlto,
Hc; No. 4 whlto, 10c.
RYE No. 2, Mc; No. . 6fP4o.
Ht. Louis ....
CHICAGO GRAJS . AND
Features of the Trad In a- aad ClvslnsT
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct. Lower cables nd
liberal receipts t Kansas Clt caused
wcaknesa today in the local wheat mar
ket. At th dome wheat for December de
livery wits off 4c. -' Corn was a shade
lower. Oats were down SV4r0. Provlaiona
were a shad blither to so lower.
Dospll lower - prleea at Liverpool tha
wheat market here displayed considerable
stiength early in the day on a good de
mand by commission houses, which waa
backed upon a small movement in the
northwest, despite favorable weather for
tun marketing of grain. Aa a result of
' tuls - continued small movement stocks of
wheat at Minneapolis ahowed a decrease
tan tirusual condition- at this season of tha
year. During the last hour of trading of'
ter.nua benuiue mora liberal on selllna by
- c.iiBiitirslon house with northwestern oon
noct.it nu. .There was also some selling for
'. .o,it and the res lit was a gradual deollna
. In prices. The late offerings were baaad
Oc-.i n i c port from Duluth estimating tomor-
' l ow a receipts at wo cars in exceua ot to
day's arrival and the heavy receipts at
December opened WSo to i(io higher at
. iJ'iiO to 7c. eoia ore to nc ana ciosea
at iS v.: .-"V'. Clearances of wheat and
Hour ware equal to 4UC,onO bushels. The
visible aupply Increased S64.0OO bushels and
the amount on passage increased 1.040,000
bushels. Primary recelpte wore 1.661,000
buaheis. against 1,613,0") bushels on the
sumo day last year. Minneapolis, Duluth
and Ougo reported receipts of 70 cara,
efcatnt l,iW cara last week and 1.2ut caxa
,one year ago. '
'1 he com market became rather weak late
In the day on selling by pit traders, who
were Influenced by the weakness ot wheat.
Tne market ws Jrm early In the seaalon
becauno of itnseturwaatner In p&itto of
. toe corn belt. TrajJiiTg In general was
' quiet - nnd the rruuket closed easy. De
ccii.l er opeined a shade 'o 40 higher at
4-rli:S,c to 421c, Sold between 41o and
' 4 -mo and closed at 41,.iip42o. Ixical receipts
- wne 319 cars, with lt of contract grade.
Bentlmint In tha Oats pit waa firm early
In the day, in aympathy with wheat and
.corn, but later the market reacted on sell.
lug by cash houses and elevator concerns
and closed weak. Local arrivals were
larger than expected, the total receipts
tnere being 401 care. December oats opened
' unchanged at S3tc, sold between S2H0 and
lilL.r. Mnd closed at 3fclfl Ji:!..e.
' Provisions were steady on the buying of
' January ribs by local packers. The total
'- trading waa small. At the close January
' pork was off fx- at 113.67 lrd was a
, shade higher at I8.22H. Kibe were a shade
. lower at V AH'SHAi.
Estimated recelpta for tomorrow are
Wheat, Kt cars: corn, 534 cars; oats, 281
i cars; hogs, 21,000 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlclea.l Open j Hlgh.j Low. Close.) Bat y,
"Hi", ft H
87h' IS '
13 70 I IS 70
13 67V IS (TH
13 8-"' 13 S'-'H!
IS f-H 13 s-H:
1 30 j
8 20 i
I 2S ' I
7 65 I
8 20 ;
: co .1
Caah tgtiotutlons were as follows:
FLOUR Steady ; wintar patents. 83.303
3 40: struighta. U.Vuai.; spring paieni.
t'fit.i.i, straights. :i y 1. Oo ; bakers, lift)
ti : v "
W MEAT No. I spring, 74i7&c; No. 8. 71i
77c; No. t red, 71.j7-vC.
CORN -No. 2. 44o: No. t yellow. 4I4C
OA I S -No. 2, Zi-c: No. 1 wlJle,. 'iAH
tl!c: No. J while. Slii.kiHo.
RYE-No. 2, f,lc.
- RAKLKY -(ioml fsedlng. 8fHc; fair to
ch'Ouc jimltlug, 4i4ioU. .
SKKJ rt-No. 1 Uux. 11.06; No. 1 north-
T.esieirr, I1.12H. Tlmothv. prime. 14.08.
t .over, contract grade, 113.00.
P'.tVlKitiNb - 01- .t aides (loosel
,9hT1. Mes. perk. ,,r i,,,!.. IWS0 ij.rd. i. rr""" ",n
per 1-0 Jba. IS.uU Sh..ri clear aides (boxed). I mORIA. Oct. K.-CORN-Steady; No I
4 n.'";i. ,. yellow and No. 8. 44cj No. 4. 4dc; no gTade,
The receipt and ahiptnent. of flour and (Jc: new no .r8de. S.lc. '
train were: Rec-ints. golpinents. ! OATtt-IOwer; No. while. 'lV,c: No. 8
Flour Ml 80 40) 37 'iO 'white. sviiAiUc: No. 4 while. iVr32o. ,
Wheat, bu 8 laat Ss'fco! RYF-Flrin: No. X 64c.
J' vi, bu...
on Uie Prod ice
ter iiutrsei wis stiay; creamery. ) St,-:
dairy. lHT3c. Kgga, firm; at mark, c
li.-'..dttl. .I'll- c; , m. ii-; uivoc n.u,
.3H'; txtraa, ;iH Clirc, firm; 12iil3VC.
Phltsdrlshla I'luduce Market
PHU ADKLJ II IA. ifc t -'. BCTTER
l'nrlwiiaitl: extra nim.ro creamery, ortl
t:.l Iv-wv. I7v; trvet price.. 2c; extTt
riearliy punt. 3'.
. 4.ii o"4 1-11 ui . !earl-.fiah and weetern
freh i-s' st n ark
I'll r:i--SK- K11 m. New York full creams,
fancv, )..i I 4'. N'-w York full creams,
cl.cice. -iii-c: New Vurk full crsari. fair
1.. v.'.i. 12x.tr.iv.
I ll rruool and Prsilalaua.
l.lXERl'ts'U C-t. 2-WHEAT-Snnt
Inn. N". 2 red W'tstern winter, 6s li,d:
future, steady ; I ' cmlwr. i. 4'id; Matcb,
CyiwS-Bfwt. M i ' Aiiiurk-an mined, to
4'Vd: f'lture. stesdv; October, nominal;
December, 4s m1; Jnnusry, 4 14.
HiU'S-At london (Parlfle coast), steady,
4 kis'g 15 6.
WF.W VOBK T.OKIIU. MtRKKT
lttlii of the Hay a Varlons
f SMRtod Itlen.
NEW YORK, Ort, Jl FT trn Receipts,
11774 bbln.; exports, 1?,.J7 bbl ; sales, 1 . 7 K
packsge. market, moderately active and
a shade lower: Minnesota patents, St-lf;
4 K; bikers. .t,70fi4 W; wln'er patents. S3 i
44 00; winter straight 1.1 St "hi ko; winter
extra, 13 .2013.26; winter low grades. II. Tp
I. an. Rye, ..t;r, firm; fair to good. U fit"(j
3.; choice to fancy, I3.s.vi4.li. Buckwheat
Hour steady; i.'&'a l., spot and to arrive.
Bl CK W H EAT Mantel a.eatiy, tl to p. r
li pound c. I. f.. New York.
C'OKNM KAI Market steady; fine- white
and yellow. 1.ivu t.i, coarse, ll.loyl.12;
kiln dried. 2 7r.;:.5
RTK-Market firm; No. ! western, GTH
c. 1. f. Nrw York. -
BAHLEY-Market firm; feeding, 4?Hi c- I.
f. BufTalo; malting. 6rneu c. 1. f RufTalo.
without transaction, closing net un
changed. January closed 60c; May closed
tDSo; December closed nlf.r.
WHEAT Receipts. 1C.IX0 bu.; exports.
fp.517 bu.: sales, 1.900.010 bu. futures snd
240.000 h.i. spot: spot market, steady; No.
2 red, 7Ho elevator and Mo f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern. Duluth, 87c f. O. b. afloat;
No. 8 hard winter. til'V" f. o. b. afloat.
Hurins; the forenoon wheat Ignored bearish
forelftn news and was Arm nnd higher on i
small northwest receipts, big clearencea
and a bul!uh visible supply. T'nder sub
sequent liquidation prices dropped sharply
and closed "e lower. Bales Included no.
2 red at S34'(i.1e. closed at S3c; Decem
ber. 1'o81Ho., closed at Pie.
CORN Receipts, 80,100 bu.- exports,
M.714 bu.; spot market, steady; No. 2, MHc
elevator and 6fir f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 yellow,
Sfitc; No. t white, BSHc The option mar
ket was without transactions, closing partly
lower; January closed at 4frc; May
closed at 49,0; December closed at MVic.
OATS Receipts, loo.soo bu.; root market.
easy; mixed oats, an to 33 lbs., 37c; natural
white. 30 to 33 lbs.. SfcfM'tc; clipped white,
38 to 40 lbs.. anetSc.
FEKD Firm: sorlnr hran. 121.75. prompt
ahlnment; middlings, (3.75.
liAt Market lit in: en, uned. S0M6c: good
to choice, ll.oryiil.06.
HOPS Market steadr: state common to
choice, 19o, ?KTiJic; 100C. KWillc; PaclOc
coast, IOc. 16filc; IS1O6, liiT14c.
HIDES Market steady; Galveston. JO to
2& pounds, c; California, 21 to J pounds.
-ic; lexaa dry, !4 to 30 pounds, inc.
LEATHER Market steady: acid. 26i
PROVIPION8 Beef, market steady;
family, 1? .fiftfflj 10; mess. IS.009.00; beef
hams, I21.00(?i22.fi0; packet, 110.6011.00; city
extra India mess, 1 IVKJO.OO. Cut meats,
market steady; pickled bellies, 10.iEn2.&0;
pickled hams, 12.00. Lard, market firm;
western prime, w.n&igy.in; rennea. nrin; con
tinent, 110.10; 8. A., S10.7R: compound, 7'.ft
7c. Pork, market steady; family. 19.u0
eiv50; short clear, f14.76tflR.S0; mess, 18.no
TALIX)W Market firm; city, ($:.00 per
package), 6 He; country (.packages free), tVx
RICE Market steady; domestic, fair to
extra. HHflAr; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Market steady; slreet price,
extra creamery, 27c; official pric
creamery, common to extra, l9?r2tHc held;
common to seconds. 21(&8BHe; atata dairy,
common to fancy, l!Kf21Hc; renovated, com
mon to extra. lMi22e; weetern factory, com
mon to first. ltao; weatern Imitation
creamery firms, 20 21c.
CHEESE Market firm, state full cream
ery, September small fancy, IJ'ir; state,
fair to good. 12Hiii'12r: wtate, October best,
13c: large September fnncy. 13Hc: fair to
good, '12Vifjl2c; state Inferior. lO'frile.
TXKjftMarket steady; atate, Pennsyl
vania and nearby fancy selected, while.
ST4rS3c; state, choice, K(f31c; atate, mixed
eixtra, 2ia2S; western firsts. 25c; official
price, 24M.?1 2Rc: eeeonda, 22'5 24e. ,
POULTRY Dressed eaay; western chick
ens, lOfTlOc; spring turkeys, 120cl fowls.
St. Loo Is General Market.
HT. LOUIS. Oct.' 22.-WHEAT-Lower;
On track, No. i red, cash, 74675c; No. 2
hard, Higgle; December, 714c; May. 76&
CORN Lower; on track. No. 3 cash. 444.
-Mc; December, 3Pci May, 41c; No. i
white, W84fc. .
OAT8 Lower; on track. No. I cash, 3Vic:
December, 32HB2c; Mar. 34 He; No, I
FLOUR StendT ; red winter ptents, 13 M
t73.; extra fancy and straight, 13.3064.60;
. BEED Timothy, steady. I3.60tgi4.00.
CORNMKAL Steady, 12.50.
PRAN Firm; sacked, east track, KMIWc.
HA Y- Firm; timothy, $i2.50igaa.oo; prairie,
tio.0(jiiri2.5oL . .
IRON COTTON TIES-81.02.
PROVH8ION3 - Pork, lower: Jobbing,
116.60. Lard, higher: prime stenm, in. 10.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed, extra
snorts, r' IB; clear ribs. I.R2H: short clears,
IS.87H. Bacon, eteadv; boxed, extra shorts,
I100O; clear ribs, I10.KH; short clears,
POL LTRT Dull: chickens. 8c: springs.
Ic; turkeys, 12Hc; ducks, 10c; Reese, 8c.
BUTTER Steady: creamery. . 21&274c:
bUOB-nrm, 20c case count.
Corn, bu ...
Oats, bu ..
. .174 000.
. .184. 00O
Kansas City Grain anal Precisions.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. iJ. WITK AT Mar
ket HHo higher; May. 71Hc; cash. No. t
hard. r,iOc; No. 8, 97!&i0c; No. 2 red.
70c: No. i, Vus.i
CORN December, 87Hc; May, SSHc; cash,
No. t mixed, 3SHc; No. 8. 89c; No. 2 white.
OATS No. t white. 83(ZrS34c; No. t mixed,
RYE Steady, rW0c.
HAY Strong; choice timothy. U.26
12.60; choice prairie, fll.26(fill.60.
BUTTER-Creamery. 2c: packln. l,v.
EGG a Steady; extras, 23c; firsts, 21c;
The receipts tuid shipments of grain
were: Receipts. Shipments.
W'heat, bu 426.000 ) 54.0f0
Corn, bu TH.OnO 40,iKy,
Oats, bu 83.0UO 22.9 0
)Ilaaeapo!Is drain Market.
( Superior Boprd of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, as reported by F. D. Duv
St Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles. Open. High. Low. Cloe
Visible Bapply of Grain.
NEW YORK. Oct 22 The visible aupolv
of grain Saturday, Oetoher 20, ns compiled
bv the New York Produce exchange, was
Wheat, J7,lf,000 bushels; Increase,
Corn. 8,739,000 bushels; Increase,
Ons. ,9,W8.000 biiahelit; Increase,
Rve. 1,485.000 bushels: decrease,
Parley, 2,7 qtjo bushels; Increase,
Mtlrrnakee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Oct. K.-WHKAT
Bteii.ty; No. I northern. Tmv'i73c; No. t
northern. 7!'6'77V'; Lvcember, 72AW7BHc
RYF-Ftesdy; No. 1. tKti'JSHo. .
114 RLEY Finn; No. 2. 6iHc; sample. 40
t.il(N-Steudy; No. 8. 44844c; Decem
Dalath Grain Marktt,
Dl'M'TH, Minn.. Oct. f -WHEAT No.
1 hitrd. on track. TiUc; to arrive No. 1
nottiiern. TrV'-: Nc. 2 northern. 73r; on
tratk. No. 1 nonliern. Tasc; No. I north
ern. Ttlc; Ocfober. 76c; Decemlwr, 73c;
Mm. r.'V: Julv. 7xc..
ATHTw arrive and October, 81iac.
Toledo gsssd Market.
TOl EIX. O.. fV t ' 23 SEEDS-Cluver.
cuh hiid October. !.!; I)-ce!iiter, Is.J'-'H
Timothy, 1.. Alalkc, 47. 60.
lagtr anal Mulnaae.
NEW YORK. (K t. 22 -St'OAR Hw.
quirt; fair rei.nliig, 4Hc; v mm unni M tet,
I' ; mola."". sufc-.ir, :.-4c. Ketlu sleudy;
No. i. 4 4IK-; No. 7. 4 lie: No. k, I4 5is-: No
8 14 2-Sc; No. 10. 4 15c; No. II, 4.1'.c: No. 12.
4 j.'; No. );t. 4c; No. 14. I ; confectioners'
A IPs-: mould A. 5 2jc; cut loaf. 4Vic;
p'tndi-rctl. fic; grunulated. 40r; cubes, 6.I.H..
Mi il.AS bt vd ; New Oilo.!!, oien
V.Ulo, cod 4u ttiwli-a, it ji J4i
Wheat- I I I
Pecs TJHffH 73H" 72H T!
-May l77S5lHl 77HI 7S! 7tS
July 78WH' TO! 77'4i wl
rix I I
Oct 1 13 I 1 1W, 1 1 us
Kov 1 11 1 13Hl 1 13 I 1 i.ii2
Dec 1 vV I 11 HI 1 lotil 1 m.
May 1 14H! 1 1411 1 14Hi I li
SEW WRK STOCKS AM BONDS
i r -
Violent Eebsnid in Vln Ketiij Wipti
Oat Doliai of 6tn3ty.
CALL LOAN RATE DROPS TO SIX fER CENT
ellla IJt Week Dae . o Fear
of Fallare; of aanply ! Hoaey
Ds Market la
NEW YORK, Ort. K. There wm rlo
rT.t rebttind 'n prlres of stocks today,
which went far to wipe out tne hoary Ale
clins of Frldiy find eatnrdsy." The In
terval nftcr the market c'i sr-d on Saturday
In a state of demorsllz.-itlnn unill tl opened
today saw some. Important development
and itave rle to rumors t-f others of still
greater Importance The consequence was
a revulsion In sentiment, which snt tocK
operatots sx-rambllns; to buy stocks, who
had made desperate efforts to sMl them e,t
any price on Saturday. Owlns: to the fact
that much or the tr.llins on baturday was
In tho naturo of short contracts, there
km somethit.a; more than sentiment in tne
eagerness to aecure stocka on the rapid
rife today, in fact, mere T.as a co.inoer
able subaldenro In the face of the demand
when the nreds ol the uncovered short in
terests had been supplied. Aa there at
ne km n a made on Baturdny. loans on Fri
day onrrylnR over until MVmday. tlie nh
to sell on Saturday muat have been based
more on apprehennlon of preeaur to come
than on any actual curtailment of credits.
Results of the Hank of ringland's 6 per
cent discount rate In the worlds market
were much csa than were fc-sred. in tms
market call money, after lending at 7 per
cent, fell back promptly to per cent, ano
later In the day to considerably below that
point. This could not have been due to
any actual replenishment of supplies over
those available on Friday. Confident hopes
were engendered, however, that relief
measures would be forthcoming. The na
ture of this relief wa left mostly In the
realm of conjecture during the day, al
though there wss credible authority for
the currency belief. , The first of such
measures to receive attention was the
rumored agreement of the Bank of Fiance
to tranfer a a loan 3O,W,0iin to 40.iO.Oo
to the Bank of England. There Is gr.at
commence- that the Bank of Franc can
really afford to do this and the conserva
tive safeguarding of Its gold holdings by
that institution la attrlbnted lirao.y to
r.recautlona against possible ecentualltlee
In Rtiwiliv rather than to any defined re
quirements to be met. The presence in
New York of the secretary of the treasury
was accepted as assurance that treasury
measures of relief were to be forthcoming
for the New Y'ork money market. . It was
the common assumption that the redemp
tion of the 4 per cent bor.ds of the govern
ment, rrhlch mature next, year, would be
anticipated with an offer which would allow
the government some saving In Interest to
the time) of maturity, based on the cree-nt
price of the bonds in the market. Further
depofdts of government funds with the Na
tional banks also was regarded as a pos
sible recourse. The assurance felt that
one or the ether alternative would be
adopted was measured by the ton of the
money mnrket and by the confidence with
which stocks sold Inst week were rebought.
The time money market held strong, how
ever, and no loans were made bolow ( per
cent, while for Sixty ttnd. ninety days the
asking rate was advanced to 6Vi per cent.
The amounts offered at these rates were
reported sma'l. Anxiety over the effect Of
recall of credits from the market by Icn
don seemed to be much alleviated. The
understanding that many , of the finance
bills maturing in the Immediate future In
London have the privilege of renewal for
a defined period had something to do with
thla sentiment. The market was regard d
as an ample demonwtratlr r. of continual
control by the powers which have domin
ated the situation for some time past.
The failure of a Stock exchange member
was practically without effect on the mar
ket. The day's extreme advances of 4
for Anaconda, 7 for Great Northern pre
ferred, 414 fir Reading and Northern Pa
cific, I to 34 for Union Pacific, Bt. Paul,
Amalgamated Copper and Smelting; and 1
to I point In many other active stocks
served to Indicate the Important extent of
the recovery from last week's severe
losses. The market closed Strong with the
gains well maintained.
Bonds were firm. Total sales, par value,
2.1t4,0MV . United States bonds were un
changed on call. ,
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change today were aa follows
High. Low. Closa.
Am. c. r
Am. C. A r pfd
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
Am. H L. pfd
Am. Ico, saenrttlas
Am. Ltnaaed Oil
Am. Untesd ml pfd
Am. lxcorantlT ptd
Am. S. R
Am. 8. R. pfd
Am. Buar Naflnin
4.S00 74'4 714
Am. Tobaoeo ptd rtla
Anaconda Mining Co
174 '4 4
Brooklyn Rapid Tr. ........
Ral. A Ohio pfd
Central of N. J
Chesapeake a Ohio
Ohlro Ol. W
Chlrao A N. W
rhlc... Mil. 6t. P
Chicago T. A T
Chlraso T. A T. pfd
C. C, C. A St. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado A go
Colo. A go. tat pfd
Colo. A So. id pfd
Com Products pfd
Ielawar A Hudson
Lislawara, L A W ,
)itV6r A- Rio Grand
I) A R. O. pfd
en iat prd
Brla 2d pfd
Ho. kins Valley
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump Pfd
loa Contra! pfd
Kauaaa City 80
K. C. 80. pfd
Loulavllla A Ntahrllle
Minn. A 81 Loula
M.. St. P. A 8. 8. M
M . St. P. A 8. g. M. old.
40 174 171
'"00 41', -44H
M0 81 11
100 it 21
i ioo i.f ii '
4, too 14."' 113
1.0O4 ll tl
too 7 4T
100 ISO lb
'Vioo 'ii" ii''
J oon (
l.!no 1 14
i 0 til $0
4 3 4 130 lit
1 400 4., 4t4
l.tU t4 t:
ii to m4
UK) W It
4.' l't 14'
l.los W4 tt
, 3.200 55 43
I'M t M
i ts) :ti if.i
144, J0 14i 142
'"ioa 'ii '
Jl 4 1!,
I'lO tt M
(1st t; ;
I'll tt 4
To 44 44
4"" 24 24
1"0 .il 67
. I1.M t3 tl-,
200 1U 111
. I.TOO 14 IJ
- soo KVa tt
100 1 17
. 4,9tH i0 M
31 l U't U
IW.loo 1. i;
I'M) H t tt
I M atourt PaclKr
Mlasotirl. K A T
M.. K. A T. pfd
National R K. of M. pfd..
N. V. Central
N. T.. O A W
Norfolk A W
I N A W . pfd
! No Amani ta
1 PaclBc Mall
f Poiilit) Ivanla
! P., C. C. A Bt. I
PrMed Bleel Car
I Prcrwd 8 C. ptd
) Pullma Palaoa Car...
""' lm r,a
! Krpubl.r Stiol old
I K'Kk laland Co
Rsadlr 1st pfd
Rixk Island Co. ptd...
Kt. L. A a. V td pfd.
Bt. Louia 8 W
Si. L. a. W. pfd
so. Pans pfd
So. hallo ajf pfd ....
Ttnucurl C. A 1
Tsiaa A i'acia.-
Toledo, Bt. L. A W...
T , Bt. L. A W. pfd..
, t. 8.
i , .
Pic Be pld....
. u r.
. I. I"0
V -caruiiii t hamlral ...
Va - arotlu tkia. pfd...
Weatlaahwu- Kirclrla ....
Wbsslln A Lm. g
W ia:oBal I'ontral
VU tntral pfd
t'euiial leather pfd
irkt Nortb rn ptd
intsrUji-ougti M tropnlltM
lid Mt. pfd
Tutal aaloa lor th day,
1.17. to fktrsa.
fiarf mate nl
WA8HINC1 f)N. Oct
21 The rtl'evt
the mint trylw ro rih- d
tilver at 70 ',47 tier fin ounce
llvercst at th X'lenvrr mint.
Traaasr) llalrirrat. '
' WAHHINOTOV, Ik t 2-Totiy' state,
inent of Hie treasury ba'anc In the K,
eral fuud, 4At.li4aiv' ast Hit 15 j.'Jt.t'.'.iO gold
' Stmt Verb. Money Market
krw rnnK, -net: rr MovKT-on sii
firm. per cent; ruling rsle. t per rent;
eU'i!'.; bid, I per rent: ffferd at I pel"
cent Time loans str-nig; slur d,vs. ninety
dav fii'i i-er cent, sin months, 6 per ieut.
I' RIM K V.KRCANTII.K I'Ai'Ktt. tiS
FTKRI-INfJ KXCFIANOR Strong; elos.
In; firm with s!oil biines In bsnkerr
Mils at J 4f4.ft,v fof demand and a
jOytj4 f,,r ttT flav bills; posted
rateii, 4'u- Hl d M.K'r4 mi"; comtnerrlal
PIL.VI' H Par "O'ir.; Mexican dollats. S4e.
. HONJ-U3 otjve'rnment, steady; rnllmd.
nonaa ioay were a
r. S ret. 4 rea-..
I, S. rt. ........
I. s. ei It. ri ..
V . It, rf..
Am. Tnbser 4i...,
Aiftilsnn ren. 4s .. .
in til Is
.'.l"4 " Jtpta la, M aarias ... Mvi
..t" I n to rim MS
. 1"H ' 414a Mf ''a
40 t rla N
..lf I,, t K. anl. 4 VI i
..hi Mini. e. I 4a !'
'Idea, r.ntr.1 '
. I'l I 4o IM ln I S
.. ',l4 Mlns IS U to.... '
..li"X M.. K- a T. 4 t
.. 4j r. n. r. et m. ; 4. tt
.. N. T. C. C 34
..lt 'N. J. V. i IM
... t No. rolfln la lf-4
.. f 1 o I!H
...11S K. W. e. 4a
... O. B. I rfd. 4
... I!S Pni. cear. m PiH
... Rufllna 'if 4a r
Atltntle C L. 4t...
B.I At Ohio 4
nrl. H. T. e. Ic,
Central sf Oa.
4n Itt Inr
1n 24 Inr
iln W Inc
Che., ft Ohio 4H,
Chlc(n A. It
('., 0 A Q. n. la.
C R. t. P. It.
4o tel. 6
rtv. St. I. . 4i
Cnlo. full. St. set,
r.lor4o Mll. 4a...
Colo. to. 4a
D. C R. O. 4a...
Distiller' Sea. t.
F.rla I. to
St. h a I. M. . I
... rn, su u a 9 r. f 4
... St. I- S. W. f. 4a...
... K) Seafeeart) A. U. 4a...
.. lilt So Pa.Mflc 4a
, Id IX rtfa
A. 1M4 So. Rallwar i
... 71 Teiaa P. la
... ?H T., St. L. W. 4..
...ina tn'oa Pacini. 4a
...I'd IT. S. sue', M aa ...
...IT I'WtMrh la
... M I flo . B
n4 Weatera M4. It
Hwkml Val. 4'-ja....l(M W. A t,. E. 4..
Japan to riVi Wll. Ctntral to..
Boston Stocks anal Bo4a.
BOSTON, Oct. r.-Ca!l loans. 5H-fi per
cent; time loans, 6H6H per cent. Official
quotations on stock and bonds were:
Atchla,n ad). 4a..
Mri. Central 4....
Pnston A Altanr...
Potion A Maine...,
Fltchnur ptd ..
Maitcan r'untral . .
N y., N. H. H
. M JAtlonllc
. 71 ,Cal. A Heel...
,1 004, Copper Range ..
.11" IPalr Waat
.IM Oranhr ....
.lis lata Rnral. ....
. 31 Si' Mass Mlnln ..
.. M I'Mohaw
.HIiMonl. P. A C
. tit joia Mamlnloa ..
Pars Mamuatt ..
Amor. Ar(. Cham.
A mar. pnea. Tt.
Amr. T. A T
Amer. Woola ....
Dominion 1. A 8..
Erilso Eleo. Ilia..
t'nltod Copper .
V. 8. Mining...
,l 8. Oil
noneral Rlaotrie 14t
Mass. Oaa ...,..-..
t'ntted 8ho Mark,
V. 8. Hteel
. a4 Wiaona
. S9 ;'nlvarln
.lvtOalNort'A Butt ...
. Tii ,njtte Coalition
.10414 i'l. A Artaos.
. til n Green Co ....
Asiatics matt d
Undo Cloalagr Stock.
IX1NDON, Oct. 22. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
.. s M., tc A T it
.. a,N. T. Cntral 1J
,. ! Norfolk A W WH
. .10SXI 4o pfd S
..104V4 Ontario A W 4
..ItlSt Pannaylranl 7IH
..17 Rand Minra f'
.. MY Reading '4
.. 14 ignuuWn Rallsar ... 144
..174 do pfd 100
.. 194 Southern Pacide m
.. 41V I'nloa Paclfle U
.. 17 do pfd 4t,
.. 44 V. g. Steal 4114
.. rtt1 do pfd ioa4
ftaltlmor A Ohio..
Canadian Pacific ...
Chsa. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W.,...
C, M. A St. p.w..
D. A R. O
do 1st pfd
do Id pfd
Illinois Central ...
LoalaTlll A Naah.
..IT V o
sa Tt anaan zn
nlih 4 44
SILVER Bar. firm, 32 7-18d per ounce.
muisiui iH'a pet cent,
Tha rte of dlcount in the nben market
for short hills la I'tr per cent; for three
months' bills, 5'4fi per cent.
Boston r-opptr Market.
Closing quotation on Doston eopper mar
ket, reported by Lena A Bryan. 1 Board
of Trade building, Omahat
Butt Coalition ....
Calumat A Arlaona..
Calarast A Hacla..,
Copper Rang ......
Ial P. ort I
L. 8. A Pittsburg...,
81 Narad Consolidated..
( North Butt
It . Old Dominion
, 10 Oacsol
W Pnaa. rln.
24 Ptum. Bsrvle.
27 Tamarack ....
V Trinity ..,
lt t'nlted Pro It
11 t'nlted Statu,
31 t'Dltad But.
16 Utah Cansnlldatad
11 Utah Copper
tt Wolvsrln .,
t Canan ....
Hewr York Mlnln Rtoeks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 22.-Clolng quotations
on mining iiocki were:
iblttle Calsf ...
Small Hopea ,,
Drunawtrk Cob ..
Con. Cal. A V.,
H orn Stiver ....
Iron Silver ....
Loadvlll Co ...
12. Money was still
scarce and In good demand in the market
today. . . Discounts were firm. There wsa
aomeu neertainty regarding the Egyptian
gold demand. The , trading on the Stock
exchange was tight, but there was a more
cheerful undertone. British securities
hardened on the Bank of England securing
all the available gold In the open market
and the report that the Bank of France
waa willing to assist the money market
here. Americana) had an excited early ses
sion. Heavy offerings from America and
the continent, prompted by Saturday's de
cline In Wall street and . the poor New
York bank returns, put quotations 2(fffj
points lower thsn on Saturday and over a
point below New York parity. I'nlon Pa
cific, Canadian Pacific, Chicago, Milwaukee
A St. Paul and Reading were the most de
pressed, but a rebound of 2 points from
the lowest quotations occurred before noon
on good professions! buying. Later the
improvement progressed on New York buy
ing and the bears covering and the market
closed steady at a fraction below th beet
I price of the day. Foreigner were firm
i and Kaffir dull. Imperial Jananeae 8a of
j ItsK closed at 1O0.
r I PARIS. Oct. 21-Prlces on th Bourse
todav were depressed. The uncertainty re
garding the financial program of M. Clem
encesu resulted In the selling pf rentes
Exchange on Ix.n3on rose abruptly. Ruial
si an Imperial 4 closed at 71.75 and Russian
bonds of 1904 at 4.
OMAHA. Oct. 22 Rank clesrlngs for
today were (i,028.626.20 and for the corre
sponding date last year 31.Kl,jU7.24.
' Metal Market. .
NEW YORK, Oct. 82.-M ETALaS-There
wa an advance of lOe to 15a In th Lon
don tin market, with spot quoted at 4.18
10s and future at 1)4 6s. LocaUly, th
market was Arm and hlaher. in eons.
4 I uuence. with sdoi ouoted at 143 90 hid 141 nil
t .asked. Copper was a little lower In Iin.
don. with tfjot quoted at KI loe and fu
ture at ' s. lxiraliy, the market wa
nil pl and lr-m wll h lak . at. rt. A
I ii60: electrolytic. Iia.fxxu ..Ou; casting. "lljfi
21.75. Lead waa unmanned at j.iu6ut)
In the local market. In Ixindon It was
shade higher at 11 16a. Spelter advanced
to 28 7a od In London. Locally, the mar
ket waa quiet at !. 30. Iron wa lower
In the Britiah markeu with ttandurd
quoted at 57 and Cleveland warrant
'V I quoted at 57 6d. IK'lly, No. 3 nortnein
imJ ! louniry was quoted at 1.1 6WJ2J 50; No. 3
. , outhern foundry, 'l.!Kf422i.iO; Ns. 1 soutn
em foundry. 2fOVn21.5C. "
ST. UH.1S. Oct. i.-A4ETALS-Lea. firm
at 14 SW16.I. Spelter, firm at KM.
Oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK. Oct. a.-OIIJl-Cottonseed.
firm: crime crude, f. o. h.. mills. UekiHo:
nn 1 prime yenow. nominal, retrnieutn. cteaay.
" refl:ied New York, If 60; Philadelphia and
! . fill I more. 7 45; Philadelphia and Lain-
';i4 1 more. In bulk, 84.26. Turpentine, firm at
I OH 970c.
I K miN Firm; strained, common to gooa,
- 1 14 a.fM a.
SAVANNAH fit . Oct. 22 OIL Turpan
. f I tm. steady. oSVc..
RoSIN-rlrm, A. P. C, 4 08; D, 14.10; E.
de. lilt: F, 14 26; O. 84 ; I. Hi; L 84 40; K.
.4 76; M, 14 80; N. o 20; W O. H-fcu, W W.
. ' 84. W.
OIL CITY. P.. Oc-t. 22 -OIL-Crwdlt Ual-am-.-a.
31. Kui.w. W;,.'. blla : average,
64 664 bbls. Phir-n.i.ai,, oV4,t-0 e vig-i gcr
aw(. Uu,4U bbls.
reaei ve. shows: Available cnh
fA iifJtia7; gold Tvln end hMlllnn.
3:;; ttultl eeHtnr1ea. ..S3f.f4.,
OlIAHA LIVE ST0C1 MARKET
CUl lhw Con0idrV.t Ctrssctri Ucisr
x Licbt Erfs'ipti.
HOGS ARE SiOW, tUT ABOUT STEADY
Mederaie Han ef ghea 4 Ijimha,
nllh 0od Fat gheep Tea le Fit
teea Higher Feeder Umki
law and F.aalet Feellaaj.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. . 19f.
Receipts wev:, Cattla. Hcgs. Sheep.
Oth ial Monday . J...'XJ 2." L-wrt
Paroo day la.t week.... ttWj i.l.l lt.6W
tttni twd week go.... .lo8 i.l&l l.U
Same three weeks go...l0.M7 tX2 34.. il
Snme four weeks ago. ... I. '2.3 29.tli
8am day las' year fc.SHI 1.648 20,00)
The following tshl ahowe th receipt of
cattle, hog and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
l. 19 1. Inc.
Cattle I,2.M TMB.MJ fM.ta
Hogs 1.077. 245 1,M47 IM.JM
Sheep l,723.8Ji l.Slf.fCW Ill.tt'l
Good to choice corn-fed ateera IRTJSt.SI
Fair to good corn-fed aleer I.2-(4.7j
Cornmnn to fair corn-fed ateera.... 4 ooi-io
Good to eholc range ateera tl W
Fair to good range steers. ...v
Common to fair range ateera I W"it4 00
Good trass cows and heifer I tk'V;'"
Fair to good cowa and heifers !.4nii W
Common to fair cowa and heifers.. 1.403 40
Good-choice Blockers and fredera.. 4O;i4 60
Fair 10 good stockera and feeder.. I 2"-u4 00
Common to fair atoekers..-. l.7V1.tj
Bulls, atags. etc t.ro.
The following table shows the avetaga
price of hogs at South Omaha for the laat
several dya, with comparison:
Date. 1 itriVoiiiioTiis. iioi. 1100.
Oct. 18. ..
if ft 07
b ,M 8 81
6 f I l&i 4 II
i 8 311 1 M
7 06! I 4 83
lui 8 fi
7 OO! ( 18 4 88
( li ( 2.'! 4 1
8 X1HI 08!
8 hi t r
f II' . 44'
S II! 6 48
I 02! 7 06
8 23 I 3 V. ( (4
7 021 8 27 1 I 11
I 121 6 02 8 12,
231 4 bl
Z 17.: . . . I . . m ..u i
8 20! 8 Ml 5 ONi I 28
8 18j 8 ll I 70l 8 03 4 Si
RANGE OF PRICKS.
Omaha 82.005. 70 IB.SOj
ChlOHero l.WSfl.W 8.80a.66
Kanssa City .(a.iH.7 S.'ti.SS
St. Louie itxaTOO t.nnM
Sioux City i.0O4jt 16 8 00i.18
The official number of cms of stock;
brought In todey by each road waa:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.Ha'ea.
C, M. Bt. P 1 t
Missouri Pacific 3
U. P. System 30
C. A N. w., east l
C. A N. W.. west..... 23
C. St. T., M. 4 O.
C, H. oV Q., east ... 15
C B. & J.. wst..V. M
C R. I. A P.. east... I
Total receipts ....135
The disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated"
R u vers
Ca'tle. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha Packing Co 188
Swift snd Company 4:i
Curtahy Packing Co 7t
Armour A Co 32
Armour A Co., Denver... 26
Vnnsant A Co JS
Carey A Benton 17
Ix'bman A co f"
McCreary A Carey 170
Hill & Son 41
F. P. Lewis 14
Huston A Co 2
Hamilton A Rothschild.. 288
L. F. Hubs 10
. II. Bulla 27
Mike Haggsrty .......... 60
J. B. Root A Co 232
Z. H. Clsrk HI
Sullivan Bros 10
V. A. Brltton 8
Ijehmer Bros. 3
Other buyers X&3
Totals 3.706 I.J47 18,844
CATTLE-'Recelpt' of cali1! tverit 'the
lightest this morning that they have been
for a Monday since the beginning of July.
It would look very much aa If the storms
reported In the west had delayed stock
trains, but there were no reliable report
at hand to determine that fact.
Bief steers were In very light supply,
only a comparatively Small proportion of
the receipts consisting of Cattle good
enough (or packer. With the demand
good, the market on all desirable steers
was stronger thai the close of last week.
There waa nothing choice, either corn feda
or rangers, but there were s few natlvea
good enough to sell up to 16.80.
Cows and heifers were also In very light
aupply and under the Influence of the good
demand they sold a little better than last
week. In some cases the market wjn pos
sibly 10c higher and the trade euTTTulently
active to clean up the offerings in good
Blockers snd feeders were steady to
strong, the strength being shown on the
better kinds, which were In especially good
' BEEF 2JTEER8.
I 14 84
I 48 1
I 40 I
I 2 1
I 10 i ,
I 14 1
.177 I 4
tl Sit I 44
1 1104 I IS
it 771 I 14
14 1074 I Tt
24 lfltl 4 10
la I 40
, 400 I Tl
1074 I 00
47T I II
II I II
T4 1104 4 (4
17 ateera.. ..10M 8
. f ti)
3 CC7. ...
8 feeders .
1 bull ,
7 feeders.. f0
I rows. . .
. r U
3 80 1 cow
2 70 6 feeder.
3 80 feeders.
7 feeder.. 845
3 feeders.. 740
8 feeder.. 860
3 66 7 feeder
3 36 I feedet a.. 700
2 70 24 cowa 785
t 30 24 cowa 846
31 feeders . . 821
8 feeders.. 758
I cow Sv)
13 cows 871 3 60
B , XVyomlng.
14 heifer... .28
3 cow 1013
3 cowa I2O
8 cowa 10S3 8 60
16 cow 840
24 feeder.. t9
14 ateera.... 108
6 cowa VIA
I 16 8 steers. ...1080
8 00 '
H. McConnell. Idaho.
41 feeders.. 687 3 4o 2 feeder. . 807 3 80
J. B. McConnell, Idaho.
11 feeders.. 6 3 80 14 feeders.. 887 I 80
E. I Patrick, Wyoming.
36 feeders.. 1048 4 26 13 feeder.. 811 8 76
3 row 1033 2 76
HOOS Receipts were extremely light
this morning, only about twenty cara being
in signi wren tne maraet opnd. That
was not enougn to max a market or
really establish quotations. Th trad wa
slow and dull and the feeling weak, and
till th price actually paid did not long
very much different from those which pre
vailed at the close of last Week. The
trade as a mntter of fact wa absolutely
devoid of Interesting or new features of
. . 74
SHEEP Receipt of sheep wers light for
a Monday, It being the smallest run for
ths oral day of the week since September
I). O'vlng to th continued tains every
thing caui la t sud la poor condition to
hole wa In '
Ptlll lh market
Packers, were out earlr looking for fat I
li-ep snd Ismbs Snd snvthlna suitable for 1
their purpose sold readllv at stnuirer
prices. It would. In fset, be a conservative
estimate to quote the fat sheep market l'oJ
lfsi hlglier and active at the advsree. Fat
range ewes sold up as high t". '. lha
best price paid for anything of thai de
scription In snm little time.
Mad there been any feeder aheep thty
would haw- ild very qitltkiy. as orders la
hand of commission mn are fr In ex
cess of receipts. Feeder ;mr. however,
were very slow. A no'ed above every
thing Was wet snd feeder buyer hve a
strong prejudice against paying lamb price
for water. Moreover It was a dark, dismal
morning, Just the kind of a morning when
nothing look well. Hence It wa not fur
prising tht feeder buyer started out talk
ing lower prices and that it waa Lite be
fore they got down to business.
Quotations on kills, t,.i to rhnlr
Ismhs, 17.00:57 n; fair to good lambs.
1(789. 00; good to choice yearlings.
85 nOffn.nfi; fair to good yearlings, I. i ,y
4J 50: good t.i choice wether. 11.00
n.40; good to choice ewes, 14 .Vri8 00.
Vuataiiotis mi fesilersi l.iinis, U aa
80; yearlthgs, l .217.70; wether. 14 7Sr
liS.lS; ewe. 13 &tj4.tj0; breeding ewa.
42 Wyoming buck 11 S 50
8 Wyoming duck ii z W
ewes i..., IV! it
. . . 108
CHICAGO LIVK ITOCK MtRKKT
Cattle Steady to flow Hogs Strong
CHICAOO. Oct 12 CATTLK Receipts,
87.0O. heed; market for best ateodv; othea
slow and weak; common to prime s4eets.
84 Wr7.30; cows. ? 7Hi-4 7K: heifets. Ilsj"!
5 38; hulls, 13.4071 1. SO: calvep. 83.OT-V8.O0;
stm kers and feeders, 2.4"5J4 40.
HOCrR-Recelnts. 28.110 head: market for
best strong; others wek; choice to prime
beavv, In.&PTjTi.ril; medium to good heavy,
lo.4-rJt8.45; parking, 8.ootjV.S5: pigs. tf.ec3
8HEKP AND LA MRS Receipt. S:.ro
head; market for aheep sirady: lambs weak
to 10c lower; sheep. 4 Wif.j.75; yearlings,
I5.00ii8.36; lambs, .;4
evr Yark Utt gloch Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. J2-BFEVF.S R-ce'pt.
7,i'.ja head. Market for top steers, steady;
Mhctf li'j-36c lower; bulls, barely steady;
cows slow to s shade lower; steers, 1 li'tl
!: oxen, t: 7rv.i4. Jf.: bulls. 12.40'n 4..I0: cows.
31.lojiS.S0. Liverpool and Ixindon cah,es
gunted live cattle steady. Export, none. ;
CAlA'KS Receipts. 1,178 head. Mnrket j
for choice veala about steady; others Stow )
and weak; grateers and westerns dull and
easier; veals, 4.otsf.M; culls. IJ.Sfi; gnus- j
ers, 2.5fi3.S0; wtsiern, 3i"6ff9.il(; rtiesn-d
calves, slow; city dressed veals. ktjl'.'Hc
per lb.; country dressed, ilhllHc; few clunce
SMR.KP AND LAMRS Receipts. 1(443
head. Market rower: lamb. "HiftOc lower;
sheep, 81.275.25; few chctce, 85.6m6.o0; culls,
82.0fu3.00; lambs, H.0nq1.b: few tancy
liimi's, i;.50; Canada lambs, WW-W: culia,
Hutia . Receipts, 1.59 head. Market
lower; atate and Pennsylvania hogs, 8.0
St. Itala Lire gtock Market.
BT. LOUIS, Oct. M.-CATTLrO Recelpl.
4.600 head, including 1.8tj TexAns; mt-k.u
for natives strong, Texans 10c hlsher; na
tive shipping and export steers, 4.7'if70O;
dressed beef snd butcher steers, 34.i)uo.l0;
steers tinder 1,000 lbs., 8.Hii l.tai; stocgers,
2.(7H.ljO: cowa and heifers, -.4i'1Tj.5": cii
neta, 1.("S'2.36; bulls, Ixism4 u0; calves, 3.(,0
4j7.U; Texas and Indian steers, 2.7iKo.5;
cows and heifers, fci.lotiaM.
HOOS Receipts, 4,a( liead' market 5c
lower; pigs and lights, 0.(Vijfl.aa; pickers,
Jl8.40; butchers and best heavy, 8.3ci
BHEF.P AND LAMBS Receipts, i,m
bead; market steady; native muttons, l".oo
Ian., 4.a7.60; culls and bucks,
.'..0isa4;.MI; Stockers, 3.2t!S4.0.
Kansas City Live Stoek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 22. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 17, (HO head, including 1,010 southerns:
market steady to sirring; cnoioe export ana
dressed beef oteers, 3f 604 8.76; fair tfi good,
I4.004i6.60; western steers. 83.3o4jit.80; Block
ers and feeders. 12.7-4. 80; southern steers,
M.8.VS4.15; southern cowa. J.0i)44.o3; native
cons, 82.or53.75; native heifers. 2.50Hr4 40;
bulls, .2o(y J.iiO; calves. I3.006.f0.
houh - rteceint. s.io neaa; market.
steady for sheep, lambs 10c lower; lambs,
5.6cJf7.3o; ewe and yearilngs, 84.60435 40;
western yearlings, 86.fWie.75; western sheep,
l4.2t436.2C; stockera and feeders, l3.5otcS.25.
. ., :...!
St. Joaepta Lira gtock Market.
ST.' JOPBPH.- Oct. tt. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4.100 head; market slow, steady; na
tive. t4.57jti.40; row and heifers, I1.6ia3
4.76; Stockera and feeders. I3.I?H.30.
HOQS Receipts, 1,7 head; market
steady to a ahad lower; light, 86.2Mit.d6;
bulk of sales. 4.0i80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rer.etpta, 1,678
head; market steady.
Slonx City Lire Stock Market.
BIOCX CITY. la.. Oct. 22. (Sneclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Recelnts. ..si he.id:
market steady; Blockers, 15c higher; brercs.
24.60I&4.26; calves, bulla and mixed, $2.2.)
4.60; Blockers and feeders. 82.00-4.2o; calves
And yearilngs, 32.5f-Cl3.65.
ijuus beceipts, i.ooo neaa; market weak,
selling at I6.0u4jti.4o; bulk of aftlea b.i"S'4.1iH.
Stock la tight.
Recelnts of llvs stock at the six Drlnclnal
western markets yesterday:
came. nog, enecp,
Sioux City ....
tcansas city .,
Totals . ,
.68.(00 (3.171 62.17s
Condition, f Trade and (.notations an
Staple and Fancy Frednue.
EOQS-Pr dos., 20c.
L1VB POULiRY-Hen. IHc; roostera.
8c; tu-ky8, loc; ducks, re; spring cliloaens,
BUTTER Packing stock, 17e; cholc
fancy dairy, 'iua'iio; creamery; y24c.
HAY Prices quoted by Cnar.g reed com
pany: Choice upland, 8.60; mediuni, 8.vj;
cosrte, f8.Oo4i3.6o. Hye straw, o 607.00.
BRAN Per ton, 815.00.
SWEET POTATOES-Per bbl.. 32.26.
TOMATOES-iiom grown, per basket of
SO th.. 11.00.
WAX UK A NS Per market bsket of
about 16 lha., 76c. '
T CRM PS, BtETB AND CARROTS Per
du , ,RC.
LEAK LETTUCE Hothouse, per
CICLEK Y Per d08.. 2iVtj40c.
CUCUMBERS Hot houe. per do.
ONIONS Hem grown, iwc per
Spanish, 81.76 per crate.
OREEN ONIONS Per do, bunches,
HOHHKKADlHil Case of 2 do., II w.
RADISH KS Per do., bunches. 15fl2tic.
NAVY BEANS Per b'j.. I. 86; No. 2. 11.76.
LIMA BE A NS Per lb.. 6Hc
GREEN PEPPERS-Ptr market basket,
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dog. bunches,
CABBAGE Home grown, per lb., VAc
EGG PLANT Par dog.. 76o.
POTATOKS-Per bu., sidoot.'.
PEACHES Colorado. Srteftll.OO: Missouri,
per ( batkjt crate, ll.i"3126; California Sal
wsy. per box, 1100.
PLl'MS Oregon Italian prunes, 8110.
PEARS Winter varieties, per bog, 11.53
CRAPES Horn grown, per 8-lb. taaket,
25c; Tokay. 11.75.
APPLLB-Per bhl." fl.ec3.0t
CRANBERRIES Pr bbl . 17.75.
GRAPE FRUIT Bite 70 to 80. 8800.
ORANGES Valenc!, P8-112 aiaea, 85.00:
Floi-'da orange, 13.76.
LEMOSS-Llmonler, extra fancy, 240
else, 14.50; lse, 18.60; 8fa BIB, 80 60; other
brand. 31.00 lea.
BANANAS Per medlum-alied bunch.
31.76td2 3n; jumbos, 82 oKll.Ot).
DATES Per lb., 66c
BEEF CU'T PRICES.
No. 1 ribs. 12c: No. 2 rlbi. !W; No. I rib.
6Hc; No. 1 round, fc; No. 3 round. 7c; No. 8
round, 4c; No. 1 loin. 16c; No. 3 loin, 12Sic;
No 3 loin, Hc; No. 1 plat. 3He: No.
Elata. 3c; No. 3 plat. 2Hc; No. 1 chucks,
He; No. 8 churk. 4c: No. 3 ehurka. tc.
SUGAR Granulated cane, In sack, 13.31;
g ranilated baet. in, sack, 83 21.
CHtlieiB Swiss. . tivw. )6o; Wisconsin
brick, ItHcj Wlaconsln llmbergei, lie;
twins. 14Ho; Young Americans, l&Hc.
COFrtE Routled. No. 85. .Joe per lh. ;
No. 30, 2i per lb.; No. 26. lg per lb.; No.
2i. IfV pr lb.; No. .11, 13 per lb.
SYRUP In bbl.. ,7c r g-M. ; In rases.
I lo-lf). cans, 1.7; case II 6-H1. cant, II. SO:
vsses 24 2'. -lb., cans, 8166. '
lloNg-y I'er 54 fianiea. fl 30.
CANNKD OO0D8 Corn, standard west
era. t.i 4Ui II Jj. TnmaUte, 3-lb.
cans. l.lu: 3-lb cans. tT'v-e I) .. Plne
aei'lea, gieted. 2 1b, (.'f.Jy. aliced, I LI
(t;2 ': gallon (iuif. fancy. 2S; California
apricota. ) ft 'a I io, peara, II 7b til 5J; peaches,
fnacy, 1.7.ia-40; II. C. pecie, 82 "12.611
Alaska talmon. red. 6125; faniA- Chinook,
Y., I! 1. fancy s.ickey. F., 11.86; sardines,
quarter oil. I? 75: three-quarter mustard,
1200. Sweet potatoes, llu-ji a, auikraut.
1 rnmnklns. vit1.n": wt bsn.' 2-lh.,
1 '1V; lima h. sns. J-lb . 7m 1ll S"; s,'.,n -i.
H Mi che-( p peas, J-IU., V; M tt as. H I'
terry. 11 ,Mi
ooarter hbl l.in Ihs., It iV: Norwsv r'
rl No I. itl: No. 3. 1-8 ill- No. J .V
Irish. No. I 8I40R; herring. In ;,. .""0
II each, Norwsr. 4k, 8.): Norwiy. k,
t00; Holland hrrring. In kt!S. milkers,
nc ke, n-'xed, 70c.
fTSH RufTaliV lnrse drrsseo, 8c- tr.nit,
medium or large, dressed, l?c; pike, desso.l,
lie; halilint, fine tl'uk, lie: cut lsli. rtressd,
!;c; bullhrads. dr.-ned snd sk lined. 1"c;
white pn h, dressed, c; rrspp'cs. lrRe
l?c; snnOah, pan sir", white bses. evtr
choice, l"c: pickerel, fir: solmon. t hlrocl;,
11c; whitef..sh (fmren). l?c: mockerel (Spsn
Ish). I6 ; native, per fish, lsi2c: codflsrt,
fiesh frnen l?r: flounders, fresrr, fvoe:i.
! lie; bltiefish. fresh. fnen. loc; hMldoc;;,
fresh, fr.iacn. IOc ledsnnpper. dressed. IV;
j smelts. No. I. per lb., 1 2c; lobsters tholo,l,
j per lb . iOc: green. S7c: eel. per U., I8--;
I frog legs, per dot . 2tk'; roe shod. M each;
shad roe, pnlr. 4.y-. t
HIDES AND TAI.i 4iW 'Ireen nitei.
No. I. Hc; No. 2. lip; hull hides, (uie
tovci sreen hide, No. 1. ll'c- No J. llc;
horse. 1.fsj3 7S; sheep pelts, 0c1jll."i. Tal
low, No. 1, 4V: No. 3Ho.
WOOI-Pei lh.. lSfjc.
rattan Market. '
NEW YORK. Oct. 22.-COTTON-Ppot
closed quiet. 'J points advance: middling
uplnnds. llVic; middling gulf, UVc; sales.
414 bales. ' .
ST. II IS Oct. 22 POTTO Tf Steady;
middling. 11V: snle. none: receipts, ?.1
bales; thlpmenta, 828 bales;, stor-k. 6.P11
NKW ORI KANS, Oct. 2 -COTTON -Fpof
closed steady: sales. 8 20 hales: low
ordlntrv. 7c, nominal; ordinary, 8c. nom
inal; good crdituirv, 8 8-ltic; low middling,
10c: middling, 11c;, good middling, 11c;
middling fair, llc, nominal; fair, USo.
LIVERPOOU Oct. 22-COTTON-Spot,
ouiMt; prices. 8 points higher: American
middling, fair. 8i8d; good middling, .'.!
middling. 6IOtl; low middling. . u !'7d : g.od
ordlnan-, 8.63d; ordinary. 6..K1. The sales
of the day were 8.000 lilies, of htch
were for speculation and export and -Included
4.9O0 American, receipts, 7,000 bale.1,
Frsrtornfed Apples and Dried Krnlta.
NEW YORK. Oct. 22,-EVAPORATKD
APPLES-Market Is steady. with lilRb
choice quoted at 8fi?Hc; choice, 7idic;
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRCIT8 Prune
are unchanged, with quotations ranging
r,m jive in sue for California grades and
' from 8c to loo for large slxed Oregon
I fr..l( tori, -cts are unchansed with choice
quoted nt lc'c; extra choice, 17c; Inncy. 18
ifi joc. Peachra nre steady on spot, wilh old
crop choice quoted at He; extra choice. U
fill'Hc; fancy nnd extra fancy, K'uU'XiC.
Raisins are offered sparingly nd seeded
raisins In particular nre firm: loose Mus
catel are quoted at 3Vn"7i,e: seeded raising,
8JSHc; London layers, nominal..
' NEW YORK. Oct. - 21 COFFEE Market
opened quiet at unchanged to a decline of
8 points under a little Wall street liquida
tion. Trading waa not active and. while
the cables were fairly eteadv, there waa
some selling her by Europe In the after
noon, under which prices sagged off and
closed oulet net unchanged to 10 points
lower. SalcB for the day were reported of
? nvt In.-ludlnir Vovemlier st 6 30c:
December. S.3fft40c; March. ,?r!
May, S.6R0: July. 8.V; September, 6.(a)tf,95e.
Spot, quiet; No. 7 Rio. Invoice. 8c. 1
ST. I.OriS, Oct. 23-XVOOL-Steady; ino
rllnm gials. combing snd clothing, I4
l7Yc: Hghl fine. lKfilc; heavy fine, 14(3.1. c;
tub washed. 12n7Hc.. - ,
Elaln natter Mnrket.
FTX31N. 111., Oct. tl PCTTER-Market
firm and unchanged from lant week, at
fc; anles for the week. 871.000 pounds.
Woman's Mnrderer at Large.
BT LOCIS, Oct. 22. A special to the
port Dispatch from Colecamp. Mo., sayg
that whti Mrs. Alice wim-mlber, a widow,
was sitting with her five children In their
home seven miles from Warsaw last night,
shots were fired through a window and
Mr. Wlneml'.ler was Instantly killed, her
son aged 14 years, was badly wounded.
Folix Crawford, a neighbor, who hesrd
1 he firlna- and hurried to the" scene, was
shot and died two hours Inter, , Hlg son-in-law,
J. A. Long. Is charged with hsving
done the shooting, using a shotgun. A
posse headed by the sheriff Is scouring the
Pettla county hills searching for Long.
Junta Member Cnnaht.
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 21 Juan Saravla,
one of the men srrested, by. the Moiclcan
police In. C.'ludad.. J,uarex. opposite El I'bho,
It dovelopa, was a memWr of the St. I-oul
Junta. He was In dlWJlee. All prisoners
have been removed to Chihuahua, 225 niibs
front the border where they were arrested.
Hearst l.engae Wins.
NEW YORK. Oct. 22. The board of elec
tions today sustained the contention of ths
Independence league that It has the ex
clusive right to the use of that tinit and
to the emblem, a pair of scales. The mst
ter will be carried to the supreme court by
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Orle L. Walton and husband to Dells,
Ross, eH lots ii, to, 2t, block V.
Jerome Park 6 2.KW
Imperial Investment company to May
A. Talma, lot 11, block 1, IM ud
Griffin A Smith's v.. 1,000
Chaiks Dougherty to Mary Dough
erty, el() seres wH ne sect.un
a-U-12 and otner land
Andy B. Moore and wife to Adolph
Edward Merrltt. nH lot 12, block t,
Horbach's fecund 2.2 0
PetT Peterson and wife to Edward
I. Anderson, In 9, block 13, Benson 3
Knud Jacobson and wife to XVlKlunv
H. Jacobson, lots 8, , 10, blcck 16,
village of Waterloo 176
Henry B. Ralney to James W. Akin.
w37 feet lot 7, block 8. Ptrkln's sub
Mlttle B. Fratt and husband to Kd-,
ward A. Bench, 40 feet - lot 10,
Archer Place 1,60
The McCague Investment company to
Iewis G. Cameron, lot 4, block 3,
Monmouth Park IO
Caroline L. Poppleton to Fred P.
Strliller, lot 17, block 4, buiphur
Springs add W
Jennie E. Keysor to Charles Ware,
lot 7, block I, Hanscom Place 5.I.'
L. E. Huff and husband to le Huff,
lot 7, block 6, Maxwell's second,
South Omaha 400
Charles R. Clover and wife to Thomas
C. Bowdln, lot U, block L". Omaha
View : , 150
El If bet h Wear, et bl.. to Francis
Wear, part bw4 nw4 srcilon 2i-l-12
snd let 1 and 2. block 13. Carthage 3.2::6
Margaret B. Herger to Bertha C. pix
ton, lot 8. block 81, Kouniso place.. 1,700
William Peterson and wife to Ivlca
beth B. Nichols, lot 8. block 6, Iu
pont Place ' 1
Nets Mourittcn and wife to Anne Ka- '
trirve Grav-eTispn, . lot 18, block.. Yj,
Brown Park - 268
Natall Bayard Brown to O. W. R.
Matteson, et al.. e22 feet lot S. W.ick
f. Omaha loo
Sr.nre to same, lot 1, block 131, Oniuha lo0
South Omaha Ijind company to John
W. Rapp, lot 12, block 240, South 1
Omaha -. 2 4)
Grace M. Weston, et el., to Jamen N.
Marsh. w30 feet lot 28. Millard 4k
. CBldnrell's 1 r m.. 1,850
Ed Johnston and, wife to Olllla E..
Cuikln. lot 13. block 8, Spring Uike
pMrk, South Omaha T'A
B. K. Wilcox and wife to August.
Rock, lots 14 ai 17. block 8. B, E.
Wilcox's. South Omaha...., fO0
Harry A. Tukev to Albert S. Emmons,
lot 12, block 1. Tukey Hnlihli art
J. Anna Peterson to Elisabeth M.
pnamnan, 101s 1 ana 2. siocg 221,
Omaha a 4'Xs)
Anna R. Orcutt Jaquea, 4 al to
Catherine Melchlora. wH loV . block
150, Omaha 1
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