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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER
CRAW AND PRODUCE 11ARI.ET
of tbs Lilt
STORM A TELLING FACTOR IN WHEAT
rrlee Rn Halt Cent Higher, Clestaa;
t Fall Adar-rra Stronger
en f oatlnaed Wet Weatner
and Firm Cables.
northern. 75c: No. 2 northern. 74V; Oc
Ju'w'Siof tCf!n,br' M"' c:
OATS To arrlv and Ortober. 31o.
KKW YORK CiFKERAL MARKET
OMAJIA, Oct. 2t, 1906.
Finn cables and smalh north wralrrn re-
:eipts, rauaad Jit the Hurra, were the f sc
ots which made higher prlcea In wheat
"ndny. There waa good buying early, which
orotignt prices up Uc, where they stayed.
Receipts In the southwest were fairly large.
Exporters suld they were restricted by car
shortage, In the eat. Argentina Crop ntws
was favorable. ;
Strength in wheat and continued wet
weather Imparted strength to corn and
prices advanced Ke. closing at- the high
point. Receipt Continue moderate and the
.hipping demand Is light. Cash prices wera
ITlniHry when! receipts wera 887,000 bu.
and shipments WA.HQ bu., against receipt
Irt veer of 1.M5.000 bu. and shipments of
tire'OOO bu. Corn receipts wera 671,000 bu.
and shipments 5W.000 bu., against receipt
last yen of ?,j0 bu and shipment of
ZiS.noo Ixf. - Clearances wera 3K0,6fW bu. of
wheat, '1.817 bu. of corn and flour and
wheat tiil to 6,fL773 bu. , i
lHverpool. eloped l higher on wheat snd
VsVl l.tgher an corn. '
Local range of options;
Artlclea.l Open. High ) Ixw. Cloae.l Teay
Dec. ' Vi 4 W4 Mfc K
May... 71 711 71 71W 71
Corn . '
Dec.,., ; 3V 37 .6 37 !
May ...I' I7fc, 87 37V $74 7V
Oats . i I I I
ix-c.l.r mv. j.
May..). ,...... i I 82V.I
Minneapolis wired: "Wheat situation
here itiet, but large mlllera and elevator
men against the market. Claim light re
ceipts fine to shortage of cara and that
this wiil work asitiiist the market later
on when .wheat railroads get In bettei
shape, i Also, flour demand Is very poor.
In meantime oar stock of whest Is very
light end cash wheat at. a good premium."
A New-Ynrk--p4ta say he-never baa
seen the aotual or prospective demand for
old corn so poor at this time of the yea;-,
and .especially In view of the fact that
cash corn la less than 1 cent over May
Omaha Cash Sales. j
OATS-No. white. 1 car at 2yc.
Cnrlnt PJecelata. i
, Wheat. Corn. Oats.
"Chicago ..... 6S 16 254
Kansas City 1M 31 28
Unwlia IS 20 31
lMilittn , 23?
St. Louis 68 129 123
CHICAGO GRAIN AND - PROVISIONS
Feat area at tn Trading? and Closing
' Prises on Dosrd of Trad.
.CnricAOO. Oct 24. Report of beneficial
rains In Arsrentlno. wera chiefly responsible
for-a modt-rata docllno today In the local
wheat market. At the close wheat for
Ieonber delivery was off H94c Com
was unchanaed. Oats were a shade higher.
Provisions were unchanged to 7Hc higher.
The weakness In the wheat marlcet de
veloped about the middle of the aesslon.
Prior to that time the tone of the market
wan. ftiiUe firm on fairly good demand by
nit tradnrs and local shorts. The early
bullish sentiment waa Inspired by firm -ca
blen and by the small receipts In the mirth
west.' Several private dispatches wera re
ceived from Argentina claiming that.tha
-fnwlna' wht rrnn ihnr wna arreattv ban
oflted by recent rains. The newa caused
considerable selling by commission houses.
hi..; an the aelilnir became mora cenera!
the tharket became weak. A decline In the
nrire of najih wheat In the local market
to ihe amount of lc also depressed the
rtf nnllnnl The close WAA Weak
Decopjber opened H'SO to c,'ar nfttt
sold orr to TZa ana ciosea at
the lowest point. Clearances of wheat and
flour were equal to M1.7W busneis.
Prtmnrv recetDts were 8S7.0OO bushels,
against 1.206,000 . bushels for the same day
last ear. Minneapolis, uuiutn ana . ni
r reoorted receipts of 632 cirs, against
TKi cars last weik and W cars orje year
ago. t- -f ;,' r
rh cr market showed some strengtn
earlv in' the day because of good buying
of the December option by a prominent
ooiranlaalon house. Later, however, the
market eased off on profit-taking and the
ava eaav. December ocened un
chanaed to MiO higher, at 42n2c. aold
un in 2Vifi42"c and reacted to 4itc. Final
quotations were at 42c. Local receipts
were W9 cara. with 108 care of contract
.rail. - f - ; 1 - .- . t ' ,
t. a.i markrt waa Arm : all day: -Pit
traders and cash houses were fair buyers
and the selling waa cnieny or anian nui
r,olnta were smaller than ex
n.-ctf'rt finri this caused 1 an advance of S
' 11'" in the price of cash, oats and also
ater.gthened the price of ontlona. December
opened -He higher, at 83,o, sold between
Mii..H3Vc and closed at 334i613e. Local
v,, htpr tha market -becam moderately
Hrm. Hhorts In October and November
i.a nnvsrAul freely and this caused a re-
enverv of all the early loss. At the close
January wia " " - "'' . - " - 1 :
was un 7HC. at U SO. Rlbg were unchanged
Estimated receipts for tomorrow; Wheat,
56 cara; crn, 173 cara; oata, 13 cars; nogs,
lP.ouo head. . ,, .
Tbe leadlkK future ranged as follows:
NEW TORK, Oet. 24 -nUR Recettita,
1R.IW8 bbls.i exports. W.747 bhls.; sales, 7,
pkgs.; market steady but dull; Minnoa
patents, f4.lbfr4.ftu; bakers. W it('4.ii; win
ter patents, f.Uiti4 OOv winter straights, f.150
; winter extra. t3.fci3.10; winter low
graces, fi7R-S1. ftye ft.ur, flrin; fair to
good. f!.t'y 40; choice tp fum y, n.K-ai.U.
buckwhest Swf, steady, f2..Ktfl40 for spot
an.l to arrive.
BUCKWHEAT Market firm, fl .26 per
109 pounds o. I. ., New Tork.
t ORNMEAL Market steady; fine white
nd yellow, f1.2"t 1.26. coarse. ... f 1.10y,1.12;
kiln dried. r.7&i&2.l6.
RYtMarket firm; Jersey and stte. W
e7Hc delivered. . . ,
BARLKY Market steady; feeding, 43c, c.
1, f.. nuffahs.
WHEAT Receipts. 87,1510 bu. exports,
1.12. Hu bu.: sales, l,4oO.Ono bu. Spot market
steady; No. 1 red, 7Vtc elevator and ftlc
f. o. b., afloat; No, i northern Dututh. ft-e
f. o. b., afloat; No. 8 bard winter. R2o f.
o. b., afloat, For some time after the
opening wheat waa firm and higher on the
ulllsh northwest recJnts and small Inter-
or movemeuf. but eventually weakened un
ler bearish Argentina cron ne'ws' and closed
a to 4c net lower. Salos included No. 2
red May at KlifcM4,e, cloaihg at IWVtc; De
cember, Sleaze, closed at hl4c.
CORN Recelnt. 4.S1M bu.: exDOrts. 9&.4X
bu. Spot market- steady:. No. 3. &5c ele-
ator and 66c f. o. b., afloat: No. 8 yellow.
66'c; No. 2 white, 5-M4C. Option market
was without transaction, closing He to Ho
net higher. May cloned at 60c; December
losei at KHc; January closed at 60e.
OATS Receints.- . bu. Snot market
steady; mixed,- M to 32 lbs., 4c; natural
white, SO to 33 lbs., SSH; clipped white,
38 to 40 lbs., .ItfgfSo.
r n,h.u irm; spring bran, J21.7WJ1.R6
for prompt shinment: mlddlinas. 8J1.76S3
21.85 tor prompt shipment.
AI Market firm; shipping, 80Wc; good
to choice, fl.OOig'1.06. ,
HOPS Market quiet; slate, common to
choice, 190, Jotf?2Sc; lSrt, v(tlie; Pacinc
coast, 1906, lBfj IRo : 1905. l14c.
HIDKH Mnrli.t itMHv- llalvAAInn 80 to
pounds, 20c; Cslifornla, 21 to 25 pounda,
lUc; Texas dry, 4 to 30 pounds, lc.
LEATH ER Market steady; acid, ' 2H3
PROVlfUrtN-Market for beef ateady:
family, 112.601)18.00; mess, 8S.iVfi9.C0: beef
hams, 821.00 ii.fA; packet, fm.oofi 11.09; city
extra India mesa. tlS.&im 30.00. Cut meats.
market steady; pickled bellies, f 10.2.Vo 12.!u;
pickled bams, 112.00.. lArd.. market firm;
western prime, f 7.70fj'.9n; refined, firm;
continent. 810.10; B. A.. fl0.75; compound,
&OfT7.7S. Pork, market ateadv: famllv.
f18.00ffl9.50: short clear. 818.7fMtTlH.nO: men.
118.00(018. 75. '
TALLOW Market strong: city. (82 per
rcKage), oc: country (packages Tree). &H
R1CE-Market firm: domestic, fair to
extra. 8'.-fiTiC; Japan, nominal.
BUTTEH Firm. street price, extra
creamery, 27c; official price, creamery, com
mon to extra. JWr-iBHc: held, common to
seconds. ll'p'JtsHc; state dairy, common to
fancy, iwtziHc; renovated, common to ex
tra, IVQllr; western factory, common to
nrsi, iwm c; western imitation creamery,
CHEE3K Steady: state full cream. Sen.
te tuber, small fancy, ISHc; state fair to
good, iZHtg'U'ftc-, state , t)ctober best, 13c;
large Depiemoer iancy, jao: lair to good.
12-W12-ic; state Inferior, lotllc.
.JQ3 8teady ; state, Pennsylvania and
neatby fancy selected white, 3ztoJ3c; slate
choice, 304jjfio; state mixed extras, 2S'a2Vc;
wesiern nrsis, ioc; omciai price, H'U-ac
Article. Open. High. I Low. Cloa. Taafy,
Wheat - !
Do.;.. 73Hfl V
t ct. ..
t . i.
. 7 40
St. Lonla General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 24. WHEAT- Futures
1 . AnU Amm. . . .. 1. V . d 1 1
74t4ar76Hc; No. 2 hard, 70Vfe7374c; Decem
ber, 71 He.
CORN Weak: No. 3 cash. 44c: No. i 1
white, 44Hc; December, vtc; May.
oats Bteaay; track. No. 3 cash, 33a;
No. 8 white, 84ftHc; December, 33Hc;
May. 84Hc; No. 2 white, 84fjr.14Hc.
FLOUR Steady : red winter Datents. 3S R0
ftfl.80; extra fancy and straight, 83.80ig3.60;
Oh.KLe Viuiet; timotny, 3.a)Sa3.74,
CORNMEAL Steady, 82.60.
B RAN Steady : sacked, east track, f
HAY-HteAdy-. timothy. 812.60S18.00: oral.
IRON COTTON TIES-1.02.
HKMP TWINE 90.
PROVISIONS Pork. hlcher: lohblno-.
318.60. Lard, steady; prime at earned, 39.35.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed, extra
shorts. 89. 26: clear ribs. -S9.S2H: short eluars.
88.87H.1 Bacon, steady; ,lxej, extra shorts,
i'riv, ciear . rms,- , ii.b" snort clem s.
$10.85 H. . . ..... ..-
POULTRY Quiet; chickens, 8c; springs,
8c; turkeys, Willie; , ducka, 8 10c; geese,
BUTTKR Steady; creamery, 2127Vic;
dairy, 184i22c. . ' ' , . -
EGGS Steady at 20c.
The receipts and shipments of flour and
grain were; Kecelnts. (Shipments.
INEWfORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market if Dull 8nd oynsent of Frioef is
BANKERS AGAINST ACTIVE SPECULATION
Sasaller Professional Traders Hare
the Market Praelleally Tbcaa
aelvea Oreat Interest Taken
In London ftltantloa.
NKW TORK. Oct. 24, There was a
marked cantractlon In the volume .if
transactions at the Stock exchange and
a corresponding sluggishness In the move
ment of prices today. There was a gen
eral assumption that bankers and strong
financiers felt opposed to active specula
tion at this time and stood prepared to
offer measures to obstruct any efforts to
stimulate It. This understanding In Itself
went a long way towards discouraging
any aggressive market operations, so
that active measures to obstruct tnem
were not called .for, to a largo exlent.
The smaller proCf-sslohal traders hftu the
market entirely to themselves and their
moderate transactlona had little effect on
The beginning or the London settlement
waa watched with keen attention owing
to the fears that have beett felt that an
overextended account In American securi
ties would be disclosed there end would
be forced out by last week's rise In tha
Bank of England rate.
The rates for carrying over holdings
Into the next account were stiffened, ac
cording to London reports, rising to '8&'3
per cent on Americans. There was also
a very active demand for cable transfers
In - the New Tork exchange market m
connection with the settlement. Which
made It evident that the account . In
Americans was being ' largely reduced.
Ixndon settlements continue until Fri
day, which la pay day, and the Waiting
attitude of the New York market Is partly
based on the desire to see the outcome.
There was some selling of stocks here
again for London account.
Development. In the money and exchange
markets were rather mixed. Money on call
waa easier here again. There was more
confidence In the effectiveness of the
treasury measure for stimulating , the i
bank note Issues In relieving the money
market. The subtreasury account shows
a considerable withdrawal from the banks
since the last bank statement, but this
Is on account of -the return of gold, re
cefved from abroad, which Had been ad-
vanced to the banks while In transit.
Transfer, was made to New Orleans J
through the subtreasury of 3600,000, an.l
New York, exchange fell to 85 cents dis
count at Chicago again. On the other
hand. 815,000,000 In gold : was recelvc-i
from Canada, probably the return of part
of the amount sent- o mi the banking
emergency in Toronto and thus marking,
the subsiding of the -crista there. The
Bank of England raised Its bid for gold
In order to secure $4 40,000 In the open
market, and with the withdrawal of
Il.i00.000 for shipment to Constantinople
secured the continuance of a net outgo of)
bullion from the bank's reserve In spite,
of Its low level and the drastic measure!
of last week to atop the drain. Discounts:
hardened In London and there... was
sharp drop in sterling exchange at Parlsj
aside from a subsidence of pressure - for
remittance to London. Foreign e-xchanii
here continued to work higher. Occasional
upward movements of special stocks met
with selling ana me unaenone oi me ""
market was heavy. The westrn storm
and reports of demands on the railroads
by switchmen were of some effect on tn
depression. The announcement of the inj
crease In the Norfolk A Western dividend
was taken advantage of to sell the gen-j
eral list and the closing waa weak, but,
still dulK 1
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, $1,684,000. United States bond
were unchanged on call. I
Quotations on the New Tork Stock exj
change today were as ioiiow;
rtv were veaVew, Russian en rvmera of
rremtcr Stolvpln's resignation and rentes
on th possibility of toe Hank of France
raising Its discount., rate tomerrrrw. Rus
sian Imperial 4a rhaied at 73 and Russian
bonds cf 14 clod at fiM.
RF.RLIN. Ort ?4. On the Tfours today
btislnesa wsa limited owing to 4he money
el Hint Ion and to the fears of a strike In the
coal regions. '
New Tork Maaey market.
NEW TORK. Oct. 84.--MONET On call,
firm at 8"a per cent: ruling rate, 44j per
cent; closing bid, t per cent; offered at 4
per cent. Time loans, dull and steady;
sixty and ninety days, Mi&H per cent; six
months, t per cent.
I'RIMIC MERCANTILE. PAPER fJH
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business in bankers' hills at 34 8f9o
4.RSW6 for demand and at 84.n684 176 for
slxty-dsr bills; posted rates. $4.ftW!f4 M
snd ft.8fl4.86H; commercial bills, $4.0?
eiLVER Bar, - TOHc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady, railroad.
oonas today war as
OMAHA LIVE STOCK. MARKET
111 Eeiirabl Ibdg of Cattle
torn trail rth.
0. 8. rot. 4a roe...
4o rsmea . ...
t). 8. U. rag
do coupon .,
17. a. oi 4. reg. ..
IV 8. nw 4s, r..
Am. Tobacco 4t....
Atrhlaoa gen. 4a....
Mo ilj 4s
Atlantic C. U 4s...
B. I. A Oblo 4a....
Brk. R. T. c 4s...
Contral of Om. it...
do 1st too
do M Ino........
do Id Inc.,
Chen. A Ohio 4 Ha. .
Chicago A. H.
C. B. A J. s. 4a..
C. R. 1. A P. it.
do (tol. Aa.
HSiiPmn. son. IV4 lot
11 Reading gen. 4a 1"4
lH U A I, M. - S..l!?ti
t .st. is. ft s. r. rs a ""H
Jatan ta. 3d sorts.
do 4a rtfl
do 4H rtto
do M rloa
I.. A S. snl. 4a
Man. e. g. 4i
Mf. Central 4a
do lot tno
Minn, ft St. U 4...
M , K A T. 4s
do ta -
R. of M. o
N. 1 C. s.
No. P setae 4a...
N. A W. e. 4
O. 8. L. rfdf. 4a..
roc.. A St. U g 4S..10JH
rnio. lad. is. aer. A. 7t
V8t. L. 8. W. 0.
1VKl.bo"rd A. t.
l So. Pud 8c 4.
Colorado Mid. 4t...
Colo. A Bo. 4a
r. r. a. 4a
Distillers' Im. I..
Kris p. I. 4a
do sen. 4a........
Hocking Val. 44.
. .10 "4
do lit 4a rtfs
So. Rallwiy la..
Taa A I.
T., St. L. A W. 4a
VqIoq Paclflc 4s....
V. 8. Steal M
Wabatb Is ...
do dh. R. ...
Western M4. 4t
W. A L. H. 4
Win. Central 4
Boatnn Stocks and Hoada.
BOSTON, Oct. 24. Call loans, mm per
cent; tlma loans, 686V per cent. Ufflclat
quotations on stocks and bonds were:
Atcblaoa ad). 4a...
Moi. Central 4a...
Rortoo A Albany.
Rnaton A Maine...
yitchburs Ptd ..
. . . 1110
N. T.,- ti. If. A M...IW
Pep Marquatt .... M
Union PaolAo ,...m
Amer.'Pnaa. Tub.... 14
Amir. T. A T. .....
Eil i. on lEIer.. Illu...
do pfd ; ',
United Fro! t
United Shoe Mack..
V. 8. Steel
01. A Heel..
Copper Rango .
Daly West ......
tile Royalo ....
Mas. Mining ..
Mont. C. A C. .
Old Dominion ,
Itntted Copper. ,
V. 8. Mining...
11. 8. OIL
North Butt ....
ICal; A Art
... It -A
NO GREAT - CHANGE IN HOG VALUES
Receipts at Sheep a4 Lama Con.
tlnn Vary Llckt, Wktl rrlees
Rhnar Flrmceas aa4 tha
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. J4. i!0a.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hog. Sheoo.
Official Monday 8.8f4 M lit
Ofllcinl Tueadav 4, $.w8
Olhilal Wednesday f 8.uu a.
ferent from yesterday. Fverythlng In sight
changed hands la good Season In t!X) m, n
Mo. A. 8. Tr., No At. . rr.
im o in: it. .i'i 4 i im
m t n is a ...;i ... li'
44 11 1H 8 "7, 7t J 4 4 I'1
7 r let 8 Tt, T I 11
M ... 8tVl It fl If
M 4 r4 It tn ... 8 11
i i ... ftt4 n hi r fiii
H 1"0 80 tra a II
11 14 IM 8 18 41 XI Ik) l
14 lut ... Ill at. .m 1n 8 1
41 tH IJ 1 71. .......IM l fit
,..t 14 8)1 II.,, M 1 III
. 1 III M SM ... 4 ITWJ
Three days this week. .18.141
Pa in days laat week... .84. I
Same days I weeks ago. .8,ai
on me oays i week 6go..?4.4j'
Same days 4 weeks ago.
Bama days laat yeax....24.Wf
1 lie louowina tahla ataowa th receipts oi
cattle, hogs and sheep at South umaiia for
lh year to data, compared aim last year;
). 1V. Inc.
Cattle aI7.Di 8ll.2w
Hogs !,t)5.aiJ l...i4 U
Bhcep 1.7do,o8 1.6M.4W KU.a'.t
. CATTLE QUOTATIONS.
Oood to cnolca corn-ted ateera $.7Hlt8a
Fair to good orn-ta sieers 8.8v.i
Common to fair corn-fed steer.... 4.vn.a
Uooq to choice range steer 4.V4ia.1'
t air to good range steers 4.i"w4 u
Common to fair range steers f.buta4.W
Uood graaa cows ana heifers f.v.
Fair to good cows and betters a.4v8
Common to fair cows and belters..
Oood-cboice siockers ana feeders.. 4.Uuo4.frtl
Fair lo good Blockers and feettera., .Ai4.tJ
common to (air Blockers 1.7 :( J.lii
tJuua, stags, lo 4.44."U
Tne following table shows tha avaiage
price of nogs at Houtn oir-ai a for th laat
several days, with compartsona:
Data. 1808 l.lu4.19td.llsJl.UOl.180O.
.. 8 UH 4 W 4V 80 1I-I 4 81
,.l yi U. fci $ ill I oil JJ
. I i IVi Ui i I '"t f?
.1 8 18
18.. .1 8 18
11... I 8 M
a lil V 4 I 4MI .
II 11 18 41 I W) 18 181 88
I Hi , -i kii i
ft 101 t 02 7 tJ 6 i $ 8 4 84
I 10) 4 sal 7 W 8 87 4 fi
6 121 I U2I I 111 I 8 M 8 e8
ii4i o ji li a oa, e ;i iti o
iil.... k an k H4i A IM: II hil B JSI
Ti. . . 8 18 111 111 IM
8 U l $ 14
1 10 t Ei
W I " .
8 18 701 $ US' 4 81
$ 14, 4 78 ft W 4 81
ft 14 74 $ 01 4 M
RANGE OF PRICES.
..1WI44, Artaona Corn
.. 14 Green Coa ..
.... 128.01 0
- Minneapolis flraln Market.
. MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 24.-FLOUR-Flrst
patents, $4.204.80; second patttuts, M.u'-f
4.15: first clears, $3.2friS.36; second clears.
BRAN In bulk, flS.SOiglS.To.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). Th
range of prices, aa reported by F. D. Day
4k Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles. j Open. I Hlgh.j Low. Close.
I 7ft :
8 80 '
Cash quotations were as follows; - .
KLOtK Steady; winter patents, fg.fO't)
1.4'.; straights, $a.80ar8-': spring patent
tl w 'uS.SO. atralghts, Jj.u!3 tu; bakers, fi-)
'wilEAT-No. ? spring. 74t57c; No. $, Tr-f
78c; No. 3 red, 71V,'Ur:So.
(MRNNo, t Af-1; No. 1 yellow, 4fHc
OATS No. 2, S-'V'! No. t white, 84i34VcJ
No. 3 white. 814ti:i4iic
RTF No. 1, 6l2c.
BARl.F'.T Fair to choice malting. 4C.iy51c.
BtvlvDS No. 1 flag. 81. 'SH; No. 1 notth
v.etcm, $1.13; prime IlinotUy. $4.i6; clover,
CJintr&ct gradea flS.ttO.
Hlli iVISlONtf tlhort rlba, sides (loose),
1H 7i. Mesa poi-k, per bbl.. tlti.50. Laird,
t 1 O lbs.. 8D.7S. Short c ear sides (bcxedl.
and shlpmetvts of flour and
1 lt receipts
t.rnt. bu -.
On the rrtuluce exchange today
fr marfet waa steady ; ei-reamery.
dairy. 1V?S"- Es. firm; at. mark, esses
Include). ivut"tc; nifta 2sc; prime first.
4c; extras. iic. Chfawe, steady; lZsil
to-. - - .-
M11ernaa.ee Grain Market.
MILWAl'KEli Oct. 14 WHBAT-Steady:
No. 1 trurtliern. Tl ; No. $ northern, 74
iT7U.--: December, 'ia bid.
RVB-'eaily; No. 1, 4'u'i67c.
HAhLH-Meaay; jmo. i. twoow; sample,
CoaN Htghac; No. $ caah. 46c; Decern-
br, 4-jO bid. . . . ,
llverpaot flrata Market,
l.lVfRFtWU Oct. 14. V, H BAT Spot,
firm; N.. 8 red western winter, ta. Fu
t;irs, dull; DwcereU-r, 4a i'U ; March, o
t ORN-Hpot, ejulet; American ailxed, 4s
4d. k'utiircs, steady; 4"otober, uomluai; De
cember, 44d; January, 4s Hd.
Tsleelo Seed Market.
TtiLKDO.' O.. 0.-1. I4-KICErt-Clnver,
h and i ioinber. $X?Vi; l-c it-inljei , a a0;
p 1 1 thy, f:i.i5; alalke. fT.ial. .
I -' - lialuiit
, DI'I.l'TH. fcl.
l -WMEAT-No. 1 rtard.
arrive. No. 1 northern,
tac; ta tiack. No. 1
4 - ' ' ' -. - . ' '
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 76o; No. 1 northern, 7M,c: to arrive,
7f4c; No. t northern, Tao; to arrive. 73W1;
No. 8. 72H$73Hc; No. 1 durum, &c; to
arrive. 6-V'. No. 2 durum, 60c; to arrive
6Sre. Corn: No. ' 8 yellow, C4c;-No. 8.
42c. Oats: No. $ whlta. 31140; No 8. 2914
1114,0, Barley, S6U47c. Rye, 604 7c
Kaaaaa City Grain and Provision.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 14-WHEAT De
cember, 87Kc; May. 7144c; caah, No. I hard,
aw7uv; No. i, oowwc; No. 2 red. tWn Iw. ;
Wo. J. te&c.
CORN December, J7Hc; May, Xc; cash,
No. 8 mixed, 4Kft4014c; No. 8. S9Viftf40c; No,
S white. 42ttj42c. .
OATS No. 2 white, 334i833Hc; No. 1
HAY Btrong and active; choice prairie,
$ll.aall.D(i; (-lM)lce timothy, $12.6otil3.00. '
R V K Steady, 67c.
EOOrV Steady ; extras. IRc per doxen;
firsts. 23c per dosen; seconds. 15c per doxen.
BUTTER Creamery. Stk-; packing. 16e,
Wheat, bu m.ono lia.ono
Corn, bu lf.iaiO 2,i)
Oata. bu 2,000 14,000
I'hlladelphta Pradare Market
PHIIADELPHIA. Oct. 24. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, official
price. ?7e; street price, 18c; extra nearby
BOUS Firm;, nearby and western fresh,
CHEIvSE Unchanged: New York full
cream fancy, lSVj'M 13-c; choice, Uc; fair
to good, l-'fcl3c.
PEORIA. Oct. I4.-CORN Steady; No 2
yellow ar.d No. 8, 44c; No. 4, 43c; new, S8c;
no grade 41c- new no grade, yc.
OA J f3 oieaay; rtn. m wnite, jkic; t0. 3
white. J3e; No. 4 white, llgs?c.
RYB-8teady; No. 2, S4c.
EvanarateA Atpla and Dried Frntta.
NKW YORK. Oct. 14 EVAPORATKD
APPLES Market ahowa no . quotabla
change, but supplies for Octooer delivery
art very Arm. High choice are quoted at
kac; choice at tilc and prime at trf
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRITITS-Prunea
were In fair demand, with offerlnra llgiit.
Quotations ranged from IVulV according
to grade. Apricots are more or less nomi
nal. W4th choice quoted at loc. extra choice
at 17c and fancy at Imo !.-. peachea are
firm on spot, with old crip suppliea quoted
as follows: Choice, He; extra choice, l!jf
Ue; fancy to extra fancy at Mml 4c.
Raisina wera ttrm at recent price. Loose
muscatel are quoted t V!l7o; stwded
ralstna at lyt,iC and London layera, $1.46
Am. C. A r
Am. C. A F. pfd
Am. Cotton nil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
Am. 11. A L pfd
Am. Unseed Oil
Am. Unaeed Oil pfd
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. 8. A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. Bugar Refining
Am, Tobaoeo pfd clfa.". .
Anxonua Miniag, C....v.
Ateblaon pfd .'
Atlantle C. L
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central of New Jersy....
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
Chicago A H.--W
Chicago, Mil.- A 8t. P
Chicago T. A TV...'
Chicago T. A T. pfd.......
C. C C. A St. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado A So
Colo. A 80. let pfd
Colo. A Bo. id pfd
Corn Producte pfd
Delawar A Hudron
Delaware. L. A W
Denver A Kla Grande
D. A R. O. ptd
Erie 1st pfd
Erie Jd pfd.....
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
Iowa Central pfo.
Kansas City 80 -..
K. C. 80. ptd
LculnTlllo A Naabvllla...
Minneapolis A St. L ,
M.. St. P. A 8. 8. M ...
M.. St. P. A 8. 8. M. pfd.
Missouri. K. A T
M.. K. A T. pfd
National R. R. of M. pfd.
N. Y. Central
N. .. O. A W
Norfolk A Wiil.ru........
Norfolk A W. pfd
P . C. C. A 8t L
Preeeed steel Car
Preened 8. C. ptd. ........ .
Pullman Palace Car.......
heeding 1st ..id
Reoillng 4 pfd
Republic Steel pfd
Hock laland Co
kock lalaad Co. ptd
St. L. A 8. P. Id pfd
St. Louie S W
St. L. S. W. pfd
So. Pacific pfd
Bo. Rallwar p'd
Teoneaaoe C. A I... .,
Teiaa A Pacific
Toledo. St. L. A W
T , 81. L. A W. pfd
Colon Pacific pfd
I'. 8. Riprera
V. 8. Rubber
I'. 8. Ru b pfd
V. 8. Htael
II. 8. Steel pfd
Va.-carolina Chemical ...
Va. -Carolina Cham. pfd...
Weattughouaa Eleclric ....
W heeling A U g
Wta. Contra! pfd
Central Leather pfd.......
Sloea-Hhcfheld gteel ......
Or, at Northern pfd
IM. Met. pfd
Total aalra tor th day.
(Mice. High. L. Clnaat
40.KM) 114H 11SH H"t
J.HIO 44 43
400 8444 4H
8.400 ; 74
100 IIS lit
l.rno 1J4 lMtt
to M ieri
tajoax-, S7S t " IMJ
,ooMOI4'-innS4 i 1004
, lOO'leMi 1S W"1
. 6.004 111
800 17.H 111,
," ' 10
no4 iA ;
London Cloaliigc Stocks.
LONDON, Oct. J4. Closing; quotations oo
the Stock exchange were:'
Coneola, man er .. H lt-tt M. K. A T t44
doe-count ..... 86 lf-lt H ' T. Central.. 131
Anaconda 14 Norfolk A W ........ fM
Atchlaoa ...1041 da ptd II
do pfd .,.144; Ontario A W... 44 14
Baltimore A Ohlo...,12Sa Ptnnarlvanla 73 "4
Canadian Pacinc 10 iRand Mine ;4
. WV4 Jtedlng ; Tt'
. UVilBoutkera Rallwar ... It
.lT"t -do pfd !
. JO , ISoatlier Paclflo ...., ii.Sk
.' 41i 'Union Paclflo 1944
. 87 F do pfd M
. 4ttU. 8. Steel.'. 44,
. TTtii-ato pfd ....lnavt
. U,.jiraMi .............. I0S4
.tft.X. d pfd 4T
.14 ;':Snanlh.4a 44
aulet. tier ounce. " .
4(Bai4 per cent,
The rate of.dlscouhi, jfj the open market
for short bills Is StyC. per cent; for three
months' bills, ft$i8 pen cent.
'' ni- ir-"1
'. Boston t-oBsver Market.
Closing quotations ofl Boston copper mar
ket, repooted- by Logan A Bryan. 1 Board
or -xraae uuuamg. umans:
Chea. A Ohio..
Chicago Ot. W
C, M. A St. p....
Da Been .
D. A R. 0
.da P'4 L-
do 1st pfd...
do Id pfd...
Loulavllla A Nun..
1,40 67 Vi 66
Mwatstr sad Molaaari.
NEW YORK. Oet. 21 Sl'QAR-Raw,
quiet; fair relinltir. 3lt-: cvnlrirugtU m1 test,
4; molaseiea sugar, Se; reflntd, s'sa-iy;
No. 4, 4ec; No. 7. t.Xjf. No. 8, 4.3-; No.
8. 4 Sic: No. 10, 4l(vc; No 1L 4 V; No U.
4c; No. 14. 4e; No. 14. 3jc: oonferiiunrra'
A, 4 70r; irusuld A, 6 fo-; .. cut . Inaf. 6Sc;
powdered, ftr; granulated. 4. !!; ejubett, ft-1 4.
MfiLAfiaKdstesuiy; Nea- uri'.-aij. oen
kettle, guoi lo c Hen ire,
tot 81 It
Black MouduIk ...
Butte Coalition ....
Cat. A Plttaburg...
Calumet A Hecla...
Greene Copper .....
L. A A Plttaburg..
4 Mohawk .'. tt
Nevada Consolidated.! M
1 North Bait lit
tt I4 Dominion - rs
10 Oecoola 1 .
371 pu. Service ....... 1444
.140 pnew;- Service, ,p'd... II
.460 Qulncy 101
. Hhannon 1644
. to Tamarack 101
. It Tenn. Copper 47
. 11 Trinity 10
. Ii t'elted Prnlt lot
. ! t olled States, com... tt
. Ulnlted gtatee, pfd... 444
. 4 . t ub C.onoolldated ., 44
. 14 Victoria 4
. it Winona II
. 4 Wolverine -164
. New Tork Mining; fttocka.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24. Closing quotations
on mining stocus were:
Brunswick Con ...
Comet ork Tunnel
Cos. Cel. A Va..
Locdvlli Coo ...
Opalr . .
Bmall Hope .,
IXINDON, Oct 24 -Money waa In In.
creaaed demand In Che market today owing
00 the settlement requirements. lHaeountt
were firm. The market quotation of gold
was raleed owing to the Rank of England
Increasing the buying prlcea of gold. Trad
ine bu toe stock exchange was quiet, but
in aiilte of stiff carryover rates the tuna
remained cheerful, with an Improvement tu
home rails and con sola, though the lat
ter rnseil at the close of tbe day. The
buslneiia In American was practically con,
tlned to arranging the carryover, for which
as bitjh as 8 and 3 per cent was charged.
Borne uervoueness existed regarding a
satlrifactr-i y conclusion of the larga ac
count Ofaaator. Prlcea opened Irrexularlv
mrt harrtetie'1 fractionally ill the afternorn,
with ulet business. Later the trad'ng
waa also ot'lt, th New York sdvirea not
being cheerful. Prlcea fluctuated narrowlv
and cloaod lrrular. Pore.la.aers wera
firmer on good rainii-t. Jn pun, . imuenul
61 ef 14 cli.sed at 1i'.
PARlti, Oct. 34. Prlcs on th Bourse, to-
' Treasary gtateuaent.
WABHINOTON, Oct. 24 Today s state,
ment of the treasury balance In the gen
eral fund, exclusive Of the $160,0U0,0tX gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance
$-"i,31.f96; gold coin and bullion, $108,142,
843; gold certificates, $39,302,130.
. . Gold Movement at London.
LONDON, Oct. 24. Bullion amounting to
88.000 waa taken Into the Bank of Eng
land today and 300,000 waa withdrawn for
slilpmont to China. -
Bank rienrtava. .
OMAHA, Oct. 24. Bank Clearings for to
day were 81,421.064.16, and for tha corre
sponding date laat year, $i,42.4fioJil.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. -M ETAAL8 The
London tin market was lower, with spot
and futures both closing at l8. Locally
the market was lower in sympathy with the 1
break abroad, spot being quoted st 343.30
bid. $43.25 asked. Copper had a aharp break
In the London market, with spot and fu
tures selling on even terms at 9N 2s 6d.
Locally copper remained firm, with lake
quoted at $21.7.Vtr.2.oO; electrolytic at iZl.blp
!.uu and casting at t-l.lt(-1.76. Lead was
Be Sd lower at 18 10s In London, lxically
the market waa quiet at to.7fct6.'J5. Spelter,
was Is 6(1 lower at 'M be In London.
The local market was quiet 'at $n.20nt.30.
Iron waa Id lower In London, with standard
foundry quoted at 67s tkt and Cleve.and
warrants quoted at &8s. Locally the market
continues Ann. with No. 1 foundry northern
quoted at $1.0uMi.fj0; No. 2 foundry north
ern at 82! Ua A.'tb; No. 1 foundry southern
at $:2 ntrv23.u0; No. 1 foundry southern,
NEW YORK. Oct. 2t,-COTTON-8pot
closed dull 10 polnt advance; middling; up
lands, 11.25c; middling - gulf, 11.60c; sales,
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 24. -COTTON Bpot
moderate business done; prices, 8ql2 points
higher; American middling fair, 6 Sid; good
middling, 4.61d; -middling. -.T7d; low mid
dling, 8 15d; good ordinary, Mlsl; ordinary,
l&.M. Tha sales of the' day . were 7,a)
bulea of which boo were for ejaculation and
export and Included $,4U American. Re
ceipts, I.KiO bales, all American.
NEW ORLilANU, Oct. 21.-COTTON-.
Bpot market steady; sales, 1226 bales.
Low ordinary, 7c nominal; ordinary, 8c
nominal; guud ordinary, 8 8-loc; low mid
dling, KHSc; middling, 11c; good middling.
HSc; mld'Hlng fa-lr, llc nominal; fair
Use nominal. Receipts 18,368 bales; stock
HT. IX)fI8. Mo., Oct. 24 COTTON Firm.
Middling, UHc; sales, 38 bales; receipts.
5-.0 bales; siiipmenta, 6B8 bales; stock. 8.4.1
tjniuaao ,1... 1.01.-0 a.
Kanaua City .uwua.7 o.ws'
bl. Louis g.uuiwi.uo autrtiu.ou
bioux City I.&xu-1) .outu-o.la
Tha orticial number of cat a oi .lock
brought in today by each road waa;
Cattle. Hog;. Hheep.Hs'es.
C, M. 8t. P 1
Wabaah 1 8
Mlsaourl faciflo lo .. 1 4
Lnlon tacmo 2ti 7 I
C. t N. W, (eaat).... 1 1 .. 1
(..'. c N. W. (west.... 47 t 86 U
C, tit. P., M. dk O
C, U. k Q. (east)..,. 1
C, B. Ac (J. (west).... 46
C, R. 1. 4k P. (east).. 1
C, R. 1. c P. (weal).. 7
Chi. Oreat Western.. ..
Total receipts ...'..14? U 86 20
Tne oisposiuon of the day a rece.pu was
as toilowa. eacn Duyer purcnasing tu num
uer of head indicated-'
tiuytrs. Cattle. Hugs. Sheep
Omaha Packing Co....
Swift and Company...
cuuahy Packin- Co...
Armour 4t Co
Cuduny Co., from K.
V amain t & Co
Carey. A Renton ......
ljobman Ik Co
Mccreary- 4k Carey..,
W. I. Htephen ,.
Hilt A. Hun ............
P. P. Lewi
Huston 48c Co
Hamilton A Rothachll
J. H. Bulla ...........
J. B. Hoot at Co
Z.- H, flarlt
T. B. Ingraham .....
V.- A. brltton .......
CA'I'I'IjE Receipts of cattle continue
very light, the arrivals for Inree days this
week being leaa than half of what they
were during the corresponding daya ot levet
week. It is hardiy neceesary to state tnat
the big storm in the west are responsible
lor tna decreased receipts, under tne in
fluence of tha. good demand and tha light
receipts there haa been a general improve
ment in market prices.
Beef steers this morning were In very good
demand and- sold freely at strongai' price.
The offerings wera picked up about as fat
as they arrived, but late train proluruied
tha trade through tbe greater part of the
morning. Th best corn-fed sold un to
$8.00 aud better, with good range steers at
Packer were hungry for cows and helferg
and anything desirable of that description
aold very readily at prices a little higher
than yesterday. Th fact 1 the cow market
haa been better every day this week and
prlcea are now right at too higher than the
low point last week.
While comparatively few country buyers
have been in thla week there la still a good
demand for tha better grades of feed.ng
cattl and the market waa active and
strong on anything coming under that head.
The common and medium grades move a
little slowly every day, but at HI the total
run Is so small that tne receipt have been
kept very well cleaned up.
.44 148 Usj
. b4S 4Ko Ijfli
. u4 boO
. M . kit el
:. Ia4 ' .... tut
. 4 ..
. 88 .... .....
,. 29 ....
,. 100 .... '
,. 1 W .... '.....
. 68 ....
. 888 .... 7.1j0
.4.861 2.008 1U4
SHEEP Receipts were small Again this
morning and for th three, days there has
been an enormous falling of as compared
with the corresponding periods- ni previous
weeks. It la very evident that th storm
has bstl a very disastrous effect as regards
tne sninnna- on ar receipts, ah tola, only
thlrty-nln cars were reported In this morn
ing as saslnst tgtilv-f1v n Wednesday
of last week. ' .
Light receipts havs mad packers very
hungry for supplies and they did not hesl.
late st ail this morning in snapping up
everything that would do lo kill. Th
prices paid were strong as compared with
yesterday. Taking Into account ihe quality
cf th arrival, the market Is higher on
sheep at thla point than It I farther east.
Old welhers with a verr few yearlings
mona them sold tin to tt 60. There wr
ni good lambs on sals to mnk n top, but
decent killers sold tip to $7.00.
Th feeder market, which was julet yes
terday and dsy before, owtng In large
part to tha very light offerings, showed
more life this morning and was both active
and strosg. A good deal ot in buying waa
for the ptirpoee of tilling orders tn th
hands of commission men.
As haa been th case very dsy thla
week, the receipts came In thoroughly
soaked from th heavy rains, but even that
fact did not seem to deter nuvera.
uuotatlons cn killers: itood tr) choice
lambs, 800477.80: fair to aTond lambs, 4.Tr.$
7.00; good to choice yearlings, $6.04i..Oo;
fair to good yearlings, o.axerS.&fi; good to
choice wethers, $6.ruve.60; good to eholcs
ewes. $-1 fiOfJ& JO. .
Quotations on feeder! Lamb. 80 54T8.!w:
yrllngs, $5.26(a.80; wethers, $l.rjia5.16;
4ws, 8.I.&OW4.6V; breeding ewes, 84.7t'go.li.
K. Av. fr. No. A. Pr.
Ta ens a a an . i ta a va
ia iti4 t 74 14 ....il4J4 at
IS I 88 f Ill 1 44
74 I M t 140 I 1
HI I 10 4 Itlt 8 44 -
tn 1 tt tit ot
tt 1 it t ut in
I 4 11 0t 8 44
I t '
BTtKKKhS AND FEEDERS.
lit I 44 It 431 I 14
7S0 8 st 1 104 4 18
101 I 49
8 steers.. ..1074 8 00 86 steers. ..?inft7 $80
183 feeders. 108 1 70 10 feeders. .1088 1 0i
4 steers.. ..1442 4 70 4 steers. ..ASM i
4 20 1 48 steers.. ..1048 4 00
4 10 22 steers,... 878 8 80
4 10 4 steers )...13o7 4 20
aeTc-e .Market. -
NEW YORK. Oct, 4-COrrEE-Markft
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prlcea to a d.'cllna of I print under Euro
pean selling and offerings against purrhaav
in Hraai!. I here waa not mu- 11 (e nure 10 ihe
nems, but the pressure aaainst ths market
Increased during the aeavtlon aa a result nf
Will street siielng and the mirket cl d
Steady at a net decline of oy 10 points. Hilej
for the dev were rportel of r.0 baas,
Inchxling t keciriler at 8 LVuM.Sar; - MaM'ti,
4 Sut. 6nc: May. fi 8.41H H0r; . J uly. 4"iu47?e:
August, 8. Ti wio 75c. aril rjTl'vnber, 8'i'yi.f4.e
iU'Oi. quiet; No. 1 iuo, liae..
8 steers.. ..IUO
67 eteera.. ..lix
1 steers. ...I'm
11 steers.. ..1146
8 cows. .
24 cows !il
8 feeders., tot)
10 feeders.. VA8
6 cows 778
8 calves... 8u8
81 feeders.. 867
1 60 20 cows 870
1 80 44 feeders.. 842
2 60 16 cows 1016
1 00 16 cows .l
$ 20 82 feeders.. 7)
$60 16 cows 1016
1 00 16 cows I4J
1 20 82 feeders.. 70
2 86 18 hfrs A cs 7ol
1 10 8 feedeis.,1048
2 78 1 cow 8M
2 26 8 feeders.. 6d7
. Moore. Colorado.
1 4ti 12 feeders. . 864
John Freeburg. Colorado.
10 heifers... 710 2 78 14 cows 8J8 3 7i
27 feeders.. 7 $ 16
Western Ranches. South Dskota.
86 steers.. ..lZ'S 4 16
11 heifers. ..1123 1 60
A. W. Damson 8
steers.. ..1124 4 00
24 steers. ,
148 Colorado ewes, feeders
2S4 Colorado ewes, feeders
189 Colorado ewea, feeders......
125 Colorado ewes, feeders
2&1 Nebraska ewea, feeders
154 Nebraska ewes, feeders
446 Wyoming wethers
114 Wyoming lambs
8f.1 Wyoming lambs, feeders
son Wyoming iambs, feeders...,.
6S3 Wyoming lambs, feeders
4ei Wyoming lamna, teedors
pise, r- 8; 8nn else, t. 50; $ else, $4 5". othr
brands. 81. t less. ' i
URATE FRl IT-Sls TO lo 80. 800
B N ANA 9 per meilltteri-sixed Bunchy
1.7rJT R; jomrwis, $" "m4.O0, - -
DATEB-P"'' R-, 8ve.
BEEF C1T PRICKS.
No. 1 ribs, l?c: No. 2 rlba, fH-; Nrt. 1 rlhe
SHc; No. 1 round. cV; No. 2 rouH'l, 7c; No. I
round, 8c; No. 1 loin, lc; No. 1 loin, UVr
No 8 loin. Hc; No. 1 piste. 34c, No. $
flat. 8c; No, 8 plte. lcj No. 1 rhuck.
; No, 1 chtieks, 4vc; No. $ chucks. 8c. ,
PI'OAR Grsnulsted csne. In sacks, $621;
grrm-ilated beet. In sscks, $.121.
CHEEP W Swiss, new, 1Ao; Wisconsin)
brick, 14t; Wisconsin llmhenrer, Uc
twins. 14He; Young Americans, 1M4C.
COFFKE-Roosted, No. 88. V lr Ih ;
No. 80, 210 per lb.: N4. 28, le tor lb.; No.
SO, lc per lb. 1 No. 21. lc per It
STRl'P In bbls.. 2,c per gal.: In cas.
$ 10-lb. cans, $1.70; enses. 11 S-lh. cans. $l.;
esses, 24 8V,-lb. cans, $1.88,
HONEY Per 24 frstne. $8 80,
CANNED 004)D8-Com tsndsrl west
en., 6.MiWj Msine. $1.16. Tomatoes, l-'t.
cans, $1.10; 1-lb. ran, p7Hi$1.(A Pln
applea, grated. 1-lb.. 82 OKTll ."; sliced II M
fi3 20; gallon apples, fancy, $2 ft.' California,
apricots, ll.KotJil.Se; pears, $;.7Sii2 60; peschea.
fsncy. 81.7o32.40; II. C. peaches. ?
Alaska Shl'tion. red, $1.28; fancy Chinook.
F.. $2 10; fancy sockeye, F.. $1.88; sardines,
quarter oil, 82.7r: three-cjusrler muaterd,
g.4r. Sweet potatoes. $1 IOtI.IS; sst-erkrnut,
$1 on; pumpkins, SOcfill 00; wax beans, 1-lb.,
iTifiiSOc; lima beans. 1-lb.. 7n-!1.8t; spinach,
$1.86; chesn res, 1-lb., 80c; extras, V-tgll.l0;
CI RED FIPH-Fatnlly whKefish, per
ouarter bbl., 1W lbs.. $4ti0: Norway msek.
eral, No. I. $28.00; No. t, !00; No. I. $.'0
Irlsb. No., 2. $16 00; herring. In bbls.. joa
lbs. each. Norwnv, 4k, $.0uj Norway. 8k,
$800; Holland herring. In Kegs, nttlkera,
froc: kegs, mixed. 70c,
FISH Buffalo, larg dressed, 8c; tr.Mit,
medium or lanr. dressed. 11c; pike, dressed,
lie; halibut, fine stock, Uc; catfish, dressed.
15c; bullhesds, dressed and - skinned lcj
white perch, dressed. 6c; crspples larce.
lc: sunflsh. pan alxe, white boss, ertra,
choice, 12c; pickerel. fc: salmon. Chinook.
11c; whllefieh (froten), 12c; mackerel (Span
ish.!, lc; native, per fish. is.ffc; codrish,
fresn. f roseii, 12c: flounders, fresh, frosen,
11c: blueflsh. fresh, frosen, 15c; haddock,
fresh, froten, 10c: Tedsnnpper, dressed, 12c;
smelts. No. 1, per ID., lac; lobsters tooneoi,
per lb.. 40c; green, S7c; eel, per lb., 1Rc
frog legs, per dox., 26c; roe sbnd, $1 eathj
ghd roe, pair. tr. t
HIDES AND TAT-TTW Green sailer!
No. 1, 11c; No. 2. 128c: bU hld. WW
JOHc; green hides. No. 1, 124c: No. 1, ll'.cl
horse, $1.80(8 3 76; sheep pelts. oOcJ$l.25. ThI
low. No. 1, 4Hc; No. 5, SVic.
WOOL Per lb,. 18irif25c.
CHICAGO - LIVE 8TOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady t Lower Hoga Fifteen
Tents Lower Sheep Iteady.
CHtCAOO. Oct. 24-CATTLF-Re4-elta.
26.000 head; market steady for choice, others
10c lower; common to prime steer. $4.oog
7.80; cows, $2.t6W.7S; heifers, $2.8041.:i5;
bulls. $2.404i4.60: calves. $8.0(X7.o0: Blocker
ami feeders. $2.40tij4.6O.
Mtniu Keceipts, .otx neao; marget itc
lower; choice to prime heavy. $6. So 40;
medium to good heavy, $6.20&6.8A; butcher
weights, $6.8tfr6.40; medium to good heavy.
$6.2U.80; butcher weights. Id siV 40; good
to cnoice mixeo, so.iouio.ev; pattaing, n.auu
$.10; pf(9, A.yHJ.4x).
S1IEEP AND L
BOSTON, Oct. 24. WOOL Tha wool mar
ket is steady, wltK moderate transactlona '
under way. The wool selling Included
Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana and New
Mexico, California and some unwashed
fleeces. Territories are In fair demand.
Montana In original bags 's moving freely
at Jeaif.'Ac for half-bloods and st ftn-jityi
for medium grades. In pulled wools A
supers havs sold to th extent of a few
thousand pounds at 67ritiOc. Foreign gradeti
are steady. leading domestic quotations
Include: Kentucky. Indiana and Missouri
Combing, three-eighths blood, 3Stfc; comb
ing, one-quarter blood. 30f&1lo. Texas
(scoured basis) Fine twelve months, iL"(8
T3e; fine six to eight months. 67.aWe; fall
clean, 6ftfl0c. California (scoured basis),
vi..ih.,n .hnin. fi?rwa northern amid.
' 8Miio: middle county, 46oi southern, 61
head; market steady;
LAMBS Receipts, 28.(100 J sKac: "fall free, 6tVo67c. Oregon (scoured
Sow York Llvs Sttek Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. REEVES Rs
celpta. 1.86 head; top grades, lOo lower;
others, uVftZjc lower; bulls, steady to
Ine.r' mulliiM a r. A arAm nAMia IMMbi
lower! bologna cows, steady ! steers. xa.wKi ! 6w
6.30; one car at $8.00; bulls, li.SiXfia 60; cows,
11.10ro3.46: few extra fat western, 83. HO.
IJverpool snd London cattle markets slow
at yesterday's quotations. Kxports, 8S1
cattle, 188 sheep and 7.6CO quarters ot beef.
CALVES Receipts, 16.644 head; veals, avij
ROc lower I grassers and westerns eaieler;
veals. $4.00&8.GO; new choice, $jl.2fv?8 60;
grassers, 8160$ 1.00; western. 82.2Sfi3.fJ2H.
Dressed calves slow; city dressed veals,
l2Vio per pound; country dressed, 8llVxo;
few cnolce, 12c.
SHEEP AND LAM RS Receipts, 8,071
head; sheep, steady; lambs, 'easier, lfitg'Xoo
lower than Monday; sheep, $3.26trS.26; bulls,
$2.0O3.0fl; lambs, $6.5007.00; culls, $4.0O4
$.00; Canadian lambs, $6.86.
Hogs Receipts. 7,240 head; market lower)
state and Pennsylvania hogs, ., $6.60'i.6t
pigs, $6.75. ,
St. Lools I.lv Slock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 24-!ATTLB-ReoelpU,
6.000 head. Including 2,000 Teases; market
strong; native shipping and export seers,
84.907.00; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4.56Jd.25; steers under 1.O00 pounds, $3.0f
4.80; stockers and feeders, t2.0Oth4.50; cows
and heifers, UivWft.a; runners, ll.OOfOl.l);
bulls, $2004.00; calves, 13. 007.60; Texa and
Indian steers, $2.40&u.60; cows and heifers,
HOOS Reoelpts, 8.600 head: market,' So
lower; pigs and lights, $6.0tKut.S0; packers,
$6.00&e.80: butclatrs and best heavy, $1.80
SHEEP AND ' LAMBS Receipts, 1.800
head: marHet steavdy; native muttons $2.75J
6 00; lambs, $4.26-60; culls and bucks, $3.00
fS.10; stockers, t2.7&4.00.
Kansas City Live Stook Market.
"KANSAS CITY, Oct. 24. CATTLE Re
celpla, 14,000 head. Including 1.600 southerns;
market steady lo strong; choice export and
dressed beef steers, $5.60434.76: fair to good,
$4-0Oti?5.26 western steers, $3.wY(t6.26; stock
ers and feeders, $2.7&tf4.6o; southern steers,
$2.8fVa4.7D; southern cows, $2.l083.60; calves.
as. nMUTj.w. ' .
HOOS Receipts, 7,600 head; market
steady; ton $6.27: bulk of sales. $6 2fKri6 25;
heavy, $8.3ti4.7H; packers, $.303A.27V;
pigs and lights. T,.76&) 27.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, T,000
head; market weak to 10c lower: lambs.
$5.757.S0; ewea and yearlings, 84.60oj6.20;
western yearlings, $6.0T)j6. 86: western sheep,
34.2ofj6.25; stockers and feeders, $J.75..
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Oct. $4.-CATTLI5-R-ceipts,
8.0U0 head; market steady; native,
$6.00l(6.T5; cows and heifers. $1. 26.84.76;
stockers and feeders. $2.60tg4.80.
HOOS Receipts. 6.191 head; market. li$
70 lowar. .Top, $6-&; bulk; ot sales, $6104
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. I.IE7
heud; market steady.
k..i.irt-i-n K'n 1 at a rile 7irif72o: east
ern No. 1 clothing, 6Tlit8i; valifty No. 1, -804P63C;
territory staple (scoured basts),
fine, 7276e; fine medium, 6ti"70c; medium,,
ifVftrVlc. Tarrltory, ordinary (scoured basis)
Fine, 68-li70c; fine- medium, 667c; me-'
dlum, 6tlioc. uoioraao ma j-ew
orlns (arnured basis). 6flfrr70c: No. 1, 64
wools (scoured basis,, extra.
694371c; line A, 63(fisc; A supers, ivua; it
suiers, 4!a,Fc. . - -j
8T. LOUIS, Oct. 24. WOOL Steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, ll
7Hc; light fine, m 21c: heavy fine, HOLc;'
tub washod. e237VC
Ions City Llvs Steele Market.
SIOUX CITY, Ia Oct. 24. (Special Tele,
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 1,100 head;
market steady; stockers, 10c lower; beeves.
$4,603160; cows, bulls and mixed, I2.2UJ4.60;
stockers and feaders, $3.u0$4.16; calves and
HOUS Receipts, !, head; market Jo
lower, selling at $8.uuj4.16; bulk of sales,
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at th six prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cuttle Hogs 8heep
Houtrt Kmatia ,
Kansas City ,
BL Joreph , ,
5,1441 -iM 8.4.J
. J.lOO l.ftlO
.14,01)0 7.600 7,0fv
, 3,00 ,11 1,057
. 6,tXX) 6..V0 ' 1.600
,2d,000 26.001.1 26.QJIO
..53,100 48,491 42.157
8 steers.. ..)(K43 4 20 4 steers.. ..1247
14 steers.. ,.llo4 4 10 84 steers. ...1 156
Nelson Fish S. D.
.1039 $ 88 8 steers. ...11S0
.100 4 Oo 8 steers.. ..inn
Xtij 4 30 28 ster....l"7
,lu4 4 20 18 teeit....10u0
E. A. Currey Neb.
. 8M 1 78 cows 80J S V
R. Lucas Neb. t
117 feed or. StK) 4 08
John Ma honey Wyo, '
8 bulls 1& 1 10 $ cows 1030 1 II
UtHl Tliva or.M not .unnih h....
being reported In. 1'h almost ontlnu .ua
fail of rain fvr the laat several daya haa
put tha country roads In an almost Im
passable condition which makes It prac
tically Impossible for farmers to naul their
hogs to market. The tendency cf values Is
still lower st practically all selling points. I
Tli early reports from Chicago this morn
ing Indicated a still further break at that i
point of frgiOc. Receipts at this p Int. how- I
ever, being so light prices were pretty well
maintstned. and although th fa hnt waa
J etak. th hogs actually sold very littla sif- j
OMAHA WHOLESALE MAKKICT.
Condition at Trad and 4otatlona
Stnpl snd Pansy I'rodau.
EQGS-Per do., 20c.
LlVa) POULiRY Hens. ie: roosters.
Ic; tuiaey. lot; uucks. v; spring chicaens.
BUTTER Packing slock, ITc; choice
fancy dairy, iaiujJlc; creamery, x-'uJ4c.
HAT Pricea quoted by htiihe j eU com
pany : Choic uplauid, 4&&0; niaaiun., 4a.0u;
coar. $a.tAsi8-uo. My straw, 4o.auxuyi.tw.
BKAN Pti ton, llo.OU.
SWEET POTAlOEib-Par bbl, $1.16.
TOMATOEii Horn grown, per basset of
20 lbs., U.uu.
WAX bKANS-Per market bsket of
ab.iut 16 Iti., 76c.
TURNIPS. BtETS AND CARROTS Pf
LEAF LETTUCE-ilothous. par do3.,
Cfc.l.ERY-Per dox.. iujX.
CUCl MBER8 Hot luiiia. per dox , $160.
ON lONb himt grown, tiic per bu.;
Spanlah, II. '.6 per ciate.
UKHEN OMONS-Per dog. bunches. 16c.
ItUhoE RA DIPH Can of : do., Ji,.
RADIBHt:- -r dot., bunches, I&qMc,
NAVV BEAN Per by.. 41 66; No. 1. 31.75.
LIMA BE A NS iVr lb.. v.e.
tiRa-EN PEPPEJtS-Per market basket. I
PARSLEY Hothous.. per dog. bunches.
CABBAGE-Honi grown, per lb.. Hc.
EOO PLANT-Per dos . 7ic.
POTATOES Prr bu., aU3.
PEACH Etf- -Colorado. W.4jtl.(iO: MIotii1.
per 6-bak:t eiale 81 Ooi.ift. California Sal
wsv per box. 31 utV
PLUMS Oregon Itai:an aruna, $1.1.
PEARS Winter varieties, per box. $2.atJ
GRAPES H'lm grown, per 6-lb. taskt,
25o: Tokay. $170.
APPLrS-per bbl.. $15051.08
CRANBERRIES Per bt.l, 17.76.
ORANGES -Vale-.r!s. 84-112 site. U 6ft;
Ploriria cranxe, fi T6.
LEMONS Llmonin. etra fanc, :
Oils and Roaln. '
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 14. OILS Cot
tonseed, firm; prime cruae, i. . u. m...-,
28V10c; prime yellow, nominal. 1'f
troleum. steady: refined New York, $t.89
Philadelphia and Baltimore, $7 46; Pni t.
delphia and Baltimore, In bulk, $4.o.
TT- ..... I n . Srm mt SttAftAftc.
ROSIN Firm; strained, .common .to),,
a-ood, $4.20?4.25. '
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct. 24.OIL Tdlr
pentlne. firm; 6Me. -' .i.
ROSIN Firm. Quota: A. B. C. U-$l
D. $4.064.10; E. $4.10e4.18; F. $4-07H.
4 20; O. $4.174.26: H. $4.254.27'ii;
I, $4.264. 10; K. 14.66: M, $4.76; N, $i-$0
a- $: w- w-
New-Battleship on Trial.
' ROCKLAND, Ms.. Oct. 24. -The. battle
ship Minnesota, a mater ship of the I Louisi
ana, began Its accents nee trials today. Ths
first was the standardisation oi us propel
lers In fourteen runs over tho mile course
off Owl's Head. Ths red required by"
contract Is eighteen knot.
The Minnesota exceeded ' Us contract
SDeed, her average for five runs being 18.7T
knots. On the best run a speed of 18.41S
knots was attained. In all twelve runs
over the course were made at varylno;
speeda for the purpose of ascertaining tha
number of revolutions of the - propeller
neoessarv to maintain certain speeds. Tbe
Louisiana on Its acceptance trial last ie.
eember averaged 18.61 knots an hour on Its
best fiv runs.
Illinois Mererer Prevented.
SPRINOFIELD. III., Oct. 24. By a de
cision cf the supreme court todav th sa'
of the Kellogs Switchboard and Surrplr
rnmrenv lo the American Telegrarh A
Telenhon company is forhMden on th
grni-nd that such sale would be sge-'n t
ruibllc rollcy. th latter company already
belnr anaseed tn ths, manufiwture of
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Alice M. Brown and husband to
Albert A. Olbson, e86.64 feet of
lot 8, and wll.14 feet of lot $.
Troup's sub $
Luther Kounta and wife to school
district of Omaha, lot 18, block
8. Druid Hill
Martha Sorenson to Anton Soren
son, lot 6, block . Clifton Hill. .
Boston Investment company to
Anna Bannatt, lot 16, block 1.
KtndaU's , .
U C. Oibton snd wife to Charles
E. Bruin, lot 1, block I, Sundl
John W. McDonald to L. C. Gib
Arthur P. Wood to John W. Grif.
nth, lots 11, 11 and 13, block 8:
lota 4, 6, 11 and 11. block 6, and
lots 16 and 17, block 2, Bowling
Joseph Batt and wife to Schulen
Newman, lot 4, block 1, Horbaoh'a
Catherine R. Nash .to Lodewlck.F. .
Crofoot, one-half of lots 8, II
and 12, block i. Uetrils. Park.;.",- '
Ouy C. Barton, and wlfa to C U..'
N ash, same ....... .. i ........ .
Arthur ti. Woodford and wife to"
Vaclav Bouka, lot 1, . block S.
Untied Realty and Trut company "
to Adolph Newman, , lot 8, sub-'
of Joha I. Redlck's. s
Hasting A Hnyden to Elisabeth K,
Ferguson, lot 11, block 4, fvil
Joaeph Camensing to Josapn A.
Cnmenxlng, lot t,.llock 4k Hpr
Wilson T. (Irs hum and wife to Jew
sepli and Mary Psrta, 161 fwl of
lot 28, H. K. Rotfcra Okahotna.,
Boulevard Park Improvement com
pany to Hhlmer A Chase company,
lot I and n30 feet of lot 2, block
I, Boulevard Park.
Shlmer A I'hsse company to Car
rie 8. (Jtilvey, same
Peter Graven and wife to- Mary
Lyck. lota 11 and 11,' block 24.
Ella E. Oration et al. to Parkway
Real Estate rompany, lots- 2 and
$. Dennett's sub; j. .........
Vv' have for sale Taw-free Mu
nicirsl Bands of largs cities.
A. B. LEACH & CO.
NEW VORK T
CHICAGO BOSTON l'HILADIXPUlA
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