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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATfliPAY. OCTOBER 27, 1PCM5.
WW. Frfiki and Clews
NORTHWtSTEFM SITUATION IS BULLSH
let pints Small Caere ! Stocks eh
tinatet Iler-reaao for WtrkMd-
er fllltr Hearten
4 rop fjora la Strong.
ilc. Chess, nnady; 12V
! NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
rv vurk ;k,i:rai. )Urki;i'
Hhi decllnea hii even cent
the Ififil option merket. There
sifierable selling In the first hour, unil
ft.r iht trade was exceedingly llrrit.
irlh factor fr lowi-r cable anu
ni y Argentina hlpmenis, but. on tn
otner hand, northwest receipts fr rmall
and storks there show a decrease for the
week. 1 ha cash demand generally Is root.
Imt alow In the southwest.
Tne, report of the Modern MIIW on crop
inndltlons was bearish. Although today a
i lrnrn wr amall. Bradetreet's etceKly
lee ranee were the largest of Hie crop.
Little com was on tne market, una as
there was aomp den-iand the price was ad
vanced to, closing at the top. Caali de
mand Rood and receipts under pti
inste. price being advanced. Weather
conditions are favorable fur liaivest.
Primary wheat receipt were 9f.-1.000 bush
els ai rul shipment f.n bushel, againt
ieopt laal var of I.IPT.O.'O Vui-hcl and
xhipnient of tin.!'" bushel. Corn receipt
ra VAm bushel and shipment M6.si
liuhle, sgnlnst receipt laat ypar of 3.flf0
bushei. and shipments, of 23MU) bushel.
Clearance were 14,is bushels of whal,
K.i'A bushel of crn. TO.'M) bushels, of oat,
and flour and a-heat equal to ani.rno bushel.
IJvarpool rlneed tAKtd loaeron whet
and unchanged on corn.
C. E. Leals of Minneapolis says: "From
supply and demand atandpotnt the Mln
!ipolia situation ia strong. Our stocks of
contract are about 1.00".K bushels ami
have not tnrreaaed any ao far on the crop
movement. Cash wheat la Helling; today at
34o premium, due to the fact that currpnt
receipta are not large pnouirh to eupply the
milling demand. The frofPKalonal trade
Jera la bearUh beeaitae of large ato-ka at
aouthweatarn pn'ntu -t)d It la alao flalmpd
that our atocka 1U Innreaaa rapidly If
tallroada aver a;Pt In a poeltlon to furnish
mora para and looomotlvee to haul It In.
The public la lona" on the lo price theory
and large wee?cly clearance. Who will
Tiln 1 give It up."
Iocal range of options:
Articles Open. High.) Ix)W. eloaa. Tea y
3S I S7i
cara, 66 "40; No,
enr, S01te; No. 4
WT1ESAT No. S hard. 2
naro, 1 car. t'c.
OATS No. 3 white, 1
white, 1 car, 30V;e.
Omaha Caah rricpa.
WHEAT No. a harfl. 6iS'iW4c;
hurd. 63'ac; No, 4 hard, (K-'cWIVic;
C'ORN-No. . 89&G9ic: No. 3 yellow,
ta:o: ISO. S wtllle. M0.
OATS No. 3 mixed. : No.
ff5.c; No. 4 unite, JOVsC
HVK-No. 3, 68c; No, , t7o.
of lb Ta y an
VFW YORK, Ot. 2H.-riOT"B-ReCop!e.
V:tM bl.: exprirta. ; bbla.: enl , V;.
. market at"a1y with fair trade: Mln
ne.,ia pa.tenta, 4.l.v.i:: baketa, $.l.7iM.i;
ipier potn:a, I.Tir 4 ; wlnicr airaighta.
t'.ia.iu: Mriter extra, f :. r.'ii 3 . Hi ; lmcrlon
grttfr, ,i..i ;(.!,. i,Vf Iiim.i. ! 1 . i-nr 11
gid. r. '.; choice to im-y. d :
i'.uckwheat flour, steady, ft.3-" 2 ! for fpot
an I to nrr've.
Xl'CKWllljAT Market culct; lr
j - poiinnf c. 1. r.. lorK.
nd yellow. II cm Sfi: i-oarap. tL.1iXttl.l-.
kiln dried, ti.'o.
1VK Market firm: Jery and state. iK'i
f! i if d-llM-red. J
. HA Kl.K V rtrin; foedlnR, 4.1a4lc, c. IX f.
WIlKAT-lti.-clpt. 113.41m bu.i exports.
Ti.irjL iiu.: aalca, l.j.w.Oifi bu. future; spot
market py; Xo. '1 red. 79V. elcsnuir;
No. 3 red, ', f. o. b., ajloat: No. 1
noriliern Ouluch. Wl f. o. b.. New Yoik;
No. 2 hard wlnier, 4o, f. o. b., aftiai.
Rather heavy llmildatton at tho west In
connection with large Argentina ahlpmenta
and poor cables broke wncat nlout
t-i-lay. It rallied In the afternoon on big
wenkly clcarancea and with com closing;
only So net loner. Hulea Included No. 2
red May. H l-isic. closed at KlK,c; Vc
cetnber, 31 1-lMf Sly, cloa-d at 81V4c,
OORN Receipt, 15,io bu. ; exports. I.VKi
bu.; sales, 25.'o bu.; apot market stead ;
No. I bt rlpvitop and Afi?, f. o. b., hIVhi;
No. 2 jpIIow, aO'ic: No. 2 white. &.'..,.
Option market a firm and higher on light
receipt, closing ot Xo. to fcr- net ad
vance; januno' closed at Vl4c; May cloacd
ot hi'ic; lcccmber, closed at
OATa-Rpfeipis, 13.1011 bti.; export. 70,?H
bu : spot market steady; mixed, IS and
pounds, :c; tiattnal white. 30 to M
pounds.. :,'ii4'f ; cllrpcd while, 38 to I"
FBKlt K litn; spring bran, 33.60, prompt
hlpment; middling. In. to, prompt Ship
ment. HAY Market firm; chipping:, SCWo; good
to choice, $1.0031.116.
HOPS Market firm: state, common to
choice, isms. :'iKfi2.c; 19u.. H"friac; faclllc
COt. l!Hm, lfi.,,1.-;; irOn, 12"14e.
IHDF.S Market st-ady; ;alvesto!i. to
2j rounds. :H ; CallfornU, 21 to 2S pounda,
-lc; Text drv. :4 to pouivN. 1!c.
l.F.ATHKR-Mrket Arm: acid. 27S2Sc.
PROVISIONS Market for beef, firm;
family, Sl2.60ftn.0o; mess, J"Ca : beef
ham. ILM.nO'aCJ.M: pneket. 1ft.rxtll.OO; city
extra India "mee. Slit.SiVh 20 00. t'nt meats,
market pteadv; pkAled bellies, $10 Xigi2.So;
pickled hams, S12.'wf 12.60. Lard, firm;
western prime, K.7'1i9. ift: rllncd, nn.i;
on'lnent. Ilo.io; 8. A., $10.7f: compound,
ItSWctts. Pork, market firm: family,
Jlft'iftfilO.ijO; slwit clear, 1.7.V 18.50; mess,
TAi,LOtt" Market Arm; city Z per
package), 6c; country (packages frea), 6l
RICK Market firm; domestic, fair to
extra. SV'iHio; Japan, nominal.
BI'TTER Firm; atrect price, extra
treaincry, 27c; official price, creamery, com
mon to extra. Hk8.w4c; held, seconds to
extra, 2I1J; atala dairy, common 1 to
fancy, ISftL'l'jc; renovated, common to ex
tra. UH'uzl'c; western factory, common to
firsts, W'tlAc; western imitation crea.nerj'i
t 1 1 KESK HtPady ; state full craam. Bep
tcinber. small fancy, ISVc; state fair to
gi.od, 12'12Hc; state Octobar beet, 13c;
Isvge flepiember fancr, 13c; fair to good,
12'i'i12p; state Inferior. lfSajllSic
I EOiiS Picady: state. Pennsylvania and
' neaiby fancy n levied white. 324J33c: statu
white 30'4 ciiolce. J('3!n; state mixed extras, 25 2ie;
' ;etern firsts. 25c; official price, 24'32io;
f S'.Tontl". 22li J4c
! Pori.TRY IJve. cuiict : western chickens.
10c: fowls, !oc; turkey, 14o. T)rersed, weak;
western chickens, dl-ltc; spilug turkeys,
K.'tjllc; fowls, 9 12c.
IpeetUtiTt Liquidation Eirly ii tb Day
fends Prices Downwird
I RALLY ViH H LONDON JUARKtT CLOSES
f ears of 4 Inaaclal Troable oa Settle,
neat nay Akroaal Prove t"-
Moarf Market Is r.aaler.
. . ,3-'ti
4 HICAUO RAI AMI PKOVISIOXS
NHV TOllK. Oct. ;. Considerable 4pcc
ulmlva lloiildatlon occurrc-d In tlie stock
market vt1ay, althouth tho latter part of
the day waa markM by a decrease of
pressure and substantial recoveries to tile
highest of the day. The early selling was
rot attributed cHpectnlly to Txindoti, but
the recovery set 4n about the time the
I. .dine, 101 me n.ty there was over. Atten
tion wa paid to the London market for
the concentration of periodical settlement
there, which occurred today, and which
carries over rtock market accounts for
another two weeks. Fears of financial
trouble In connection with the concentra
tion of the settlement proved unfounded,
only one small failure helm; reported. Tho
recovery In this market whs partly duo to
relief (iver this news.
The morning fall In prices did not become
precipitate, but was impressive for tho
steady stream of selling orders and tho
apparent la-'k of any supporting measures.
The selling had the advantage of & con
siderable advance In prlce.t at the opening
to start from and the recovery made net
gaina for the day. On the decline prices
In many portions cf tho list fell through
the low levels touched In tho dlwrdorly
freak of la.-t Saturday, thus confirming
the common assumption of a tendency of
price to sag plowly after a first Mcovagy
from a sharp break until the low Teref la
touched again. The political outlook and
the discussion of labor difficulties on smno
of the railroad systems were given soiuo
part In the discouragement manifest In
the speculative tone. Preliminary estimates
pointed to a weak bank return, but the
publication Of these estimates did not
check, the recovery In the market. The In
terior has evidently drawn heavily on
New York again by the express movement,
the loss in balance by the New York
banks on that account being figured In
the neighborhood of S.",0".fX), while the
subtreasury .operations have wlthdrswo
from the banks S1.S7,'HV. The cafh losses
thus Indicated would not leve much of
the surplus of SH.2io.S60 over the legal re
serve Miown by the last Saturday's batik
statement. Upwards of 33.000,000 was trans
ferred to the city from Kan Francisco by
telegraph through the subtreaaury today,
but this I on account of Australian gold
received on the Pacific coast and Is sub
ject to repayment to the government for
gold advanced at the time the engagement
was made for import. There Is a. fairly
general agreement also that loans have
expanded materially during the week." not
for speculative uao In the stocK market.
but for taking up obligations transferred
from tho Ijondon market. The call loan
market continued easy in spite of tho
seeming position of the banks. The time
loan ninrkrt. however, remained strong.
There was some subsidence of demand in
the foreign exchange market with the com
pletion of the lxjndnn settlement, but rates
were well maintained. The recovery be
came slower as prices rose again above
last night's level and the closing was rather
heavy, but was only slightly below the
highest prices of the day touched on the
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, $1.748,4n. United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change today were, as follows:
S3nn.irc: roid crfn ind bnlllon, n'tf.2,370;
gold certificates, I41.M7.KO.
ftps York Moopy Markrt,
SEW YORK, Oct. K-MONEY On call,
firm, 4ifl4'i per cent; ruling rate. 414 per
cent: closing bid. 4 per cen' : offered hI 4'4
per cent; time (bans, strong: sixty days.
ftii1 per rent: ninety days, 6'4 per cent;
sis mouths, t psr cent.
PRl.MK MERCANTILE rAPER ?i'6'i
HTKHMMI EXC11 aNC.E-Pteadv. w'h
fiat business In barkers" bills at 4 Vf,v
4 V-!'i for demand and at 4 'T'i t.'iiTi for
o-.lsy bills; pasted rates. SI Mj4.W aii'i
4fii4j; commercial Wis. S4.W,.
81L.VEK Rax, Tt"c; Mexican dollnrs,
HONf Government, steady; railroad.
Quotations on Donas looay wars wi
t'. H. r?. 4i res 1M IJspun s. 54 series.. tT
I 3. it, r.
OMAHA LIVE STOCA MARKET
advance lost. Tn fact some of Ih ?esa de.
V. .. etil if, reg
t'. 8. nw 4, rot
Am. TobS'TO 4b..
AtrhlM-n gen. 4s..
do sll. 4.
Atlintlu r. U 4b....
104 o 4s etf -t
102 il i'st ctfs.
do M sertPB "
1(1 ib. A N. snl. 4 IK
Mn. r. 4b P'-'i
.is M. csntnl 4b ,f
.til do trt Ine S"i
. 1iMlnn. V ft. U 4... B:L
.linlM., K. & T. 4
. m In. r. n. or v. o.
. s N. T. r. 1. ',..
Pil. Ohio 4a 14I4'N. J. C. (. t" ...
do S'jb No. rrlBo 4....
Brk. R. T. e. 4. r!,4 do 3a .
I'entrsl of Oa. 6....1II1'a N. & W. e. 4s..
do lrt tin; 0 o. s. L. rtgd. 4a,
do id Itio Sl"J Henn. conr. 10,'U
do W Ine MHitliadltit gn. 4n "
1 he. & Ohio 4'i...10',:t. b. & 1. M. e. ..!
Ohlcajo ft A. 5'b.... iH'i'St. b. S. K. f. 4a. ::t
C. H. A- Q. n. 4i ? m. u a. W. .. 4n...
C, H. I. A P. 4s.... If , F-itrl A. 1. 4b....
do col. b9 : Ho. P. iBt 4a r.tf....
ccr. Ft. L g. 4i..lu2H So. Raitsay i ,
(olo. Ind. 5a. ar. A Ti'.lTeiaa & P. Ii
76 T.. Ht. U & W. 4a
-'i;rnloo Pai-ISe 4b.
Colorado Mid 4a..
Colo. A Bo. 4i
P. R. O. 4a
Iilstlltsrs Pc 6a..
Erlo p. L 4
do ten. 4b
lloi-kluc Vat. 4'is..
o All Kiidi
SMALL UPWARD MOVEMENT IN HOGS
Moderate Rn of hppa o4 La m h s
AIS Kloala of Killers Tea I ower,
with Feralpra Itliawlai
south omatt. Oct.
Fteppipts were; Cattlo.
Ofnclsl Monday 3.4
Official Tuesday 4.1oH 3A13
Offlclal Yeincw1ay 4 3 t "
ftfflcial Tliutaday ,fMl 2.2M
Ofllclal Friday i.m 4.tX0
t . H. Pteel Id bi.
Weatern ld. 4..
W. & U K. 4a...
Wis. Coutral 4b..
Boston Storks and Bonds.
HOHTON, Oct. 2. Call loans,. fViS per
cent; time loans, ti-ijtj per -ent. ofllclal
quotations on stocks and bonds were:
Five days this week... 1.1 so 46.1.1
Fame days last w eek. .. 3.77 22.729 ll.93
Same davs 2 wpeka ago. .31.17 21.3H7 8i.5dt
Same diva 1 wm-ka airr. ..an 470 !1.2: llMKl
Same davs 4 weeks aim.. W.Vin 2l.3il l.92;
( Batue days last year 34.3i2 29.3M) 2,uw
J no following table shows tne receipts ot
rattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to dale, compared with last year:
l. 1"iV. Inc.
Cat Me S43.3Si 25.1?3 IS.-"
Hogs "OKfi.fvt l.SdMIO 170, 44
Shcp li'OlO 1,M4.j lW.lM
Good to choice corn-fed steers .V"Jf.S5
.Fair to good corn-fed steers 6.25 6 o
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4 pn-ctJ.25
fjood to choice range steers 4.W'17j.50
l-'alr to good range steers 4.0k(i4.4V
Common to fair range steers J -W
Oood grass eowB and heifers S.i)3.i
Fair to gDod cows and heifer rssin
Common to fair cows and heifers.. 1 6v.2.oO
GikhI -choice stockerp and feeders.. 4.0ov4.W
Fair to good stockera and reers.. .26itH O0
Common to fair atockers 17B-a3.2o
Bulls, slags, etc 4.0O.
The following table shows the averag
price of hogs at South Oinart for tho last
several daya, with comparisons:
slrable loud a wero ck even at yesterday's
No. At, FN. PS. y 4r, . pr.
1 1-l to 06 :V v w
?9 40 4 I' 1.4 M 4 14
4 1:1 ... 4 0". l ,..414 ... 4 15
4 'o 4 I" t Z'i 1"S 4 It
H r2 4) 4 10 ai .-."7 U
4i r-i ... 4 1" . :.4 4ft 4 ir,
5 no ro 4 Ift 4" r:4 4 i:
at M 1:"0 1ft ; . . )?'!,
a S3 1 1 a ftft 4 IT',
at 3io ... a i vt t: 4 it
47 !1 ... 41" 7 ... 4 HH
n mi ; 4 H i 7 - ... 4 ii tj
: : . . 4 ii, w jit ... a t7 j
4 t tan 4 t: , M ..: im v.'
.' -.ti lan ist 4 : ... 4?"
37 :;t 40 4 14 M M4 4 4
4S 4 M 4 111 47 TV. :y 4 3ft
7 r ... 4 It .. i ;io
70. 7 ... 4 IS 4 SI 7 to 4 3"i
t s; in h ?- 4o a
44 fT 240 4 14 4S fW 120 4 3J'
7t N5 W III ii ... at
f ?t 4 4 1 M Ill 130 ( ;t
tl tVt 244 li . ft". . ... 4 !7'i
v. ; ... il 4.4 in so 4 :o
Atrhlaon adj. 4a lAtlantle .j,.....
lo 4b ieo'4 ntnghtm
Mai. entral 4a 78 (rl. Ac Hecla...
do pfd 1
ttaon A Allny f4t
llo.tnn A Vain 141
Boston I'larated 1M
Ftti-hborg rid 1
Mexican Central .... I-Hi
N". V.. N. H. A H...1M
Per Marqiieua M
Paly Went ...
Tale ttorals ..
at. I.oaila neneral Market.
ST. IOUIS, Oct. 26.-WHEAT Strong:
on track. No. 2 red cash 740r7oc; No. 2
hard, 71i&74c; December, TlVviTNc; Miy,
C(JRN' Higher: on track. No. 3 cash, 44'
44'ic; No. i while, 44Vii44o; December,
Featare of the Trndlnsr and lolair ',u,,;:,r,n c- , . .
Frlcee on Board of Trade. Ji33ic: No. a' white JU34W!: UoramttXr.
CHICAGO. Oct. 26. Increased receipts of!aJV-; jjay, 3414c.
wheat from Argentina had a weakening Fl .OUR Steady; red winter patents,
effect todav on the local wheat market, A.aWa200; extra fancy and straight, tS-ArH
the December delivery closing at a net 3.H1; clear, S2.6Of82.90.
loaa of 'io. CoJ-n was up V'lWe. Oats SEEI-Tlinothy, steady, S3.2513.73.
wore unchanged. Provisions were btfTV: to tYUtNMBAI-Steady. S2.50.
UN; higher. RRN Steady; sacked, east track, 98Wc.
Influenced by small receipts in the north- HAY Steady; timothy, S12.60J) ltt.u; prat
weal the wheat market opened fairly ri. S10.omfl2 fA ,
aileady, but weakness developed within the j IRON COTTON TIES $J02.
llret few minutes on active selling by HAGGINtl V:. x
f everiU prominent- - coramlsstoii- houses-. 4 IIKMP TWPtE f)e. ' . -
luring the remainder of the sc-wion sen- PROVISK'N'S Pork, higher; Jobbing,
ilnient 1u the pit was Inclined to the bear j 1.m. Eard, lower; prime steam, Si.37t
aide, although a fairly steady fetllnff pre- 1 In-y salt mats boxfd, dull; extra shorts.
vulled ut the close. The market was K B,; clear tibe, IS.K!; hort clears. U'.'-s.
Bacon (boxedl, quiet; extra shorts. SIO.Ou;
clear ribs, SlO-tC; short cleats, S10.87.
POULTRY Weak: chickens, 7V; sprtnp-s,
KV"; t-jtkeya, 13c; ducks. Stiikj; geew. VSTfio.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 2127Vic;
E4.JOS Steady, 2vx:.
i-hleily sffected by tlie news from Argen
tina. Weather there was said to be favor
able for the growing crop and shipments
tor - the week were larger than had been
expected, being ai.()U) bushels, compared
with WM.OOO bushels last week. Another
factor that weakened the market was a
t-er.rt of the soring Wheat made by a
St. Louis trade Journal. This claimed that ' Flour, bbla
the crop Is progress! tig well and Is In a fa- I Wheat, bu
vorable condition. Tho market closed I Corn, - bu
fairly steady. December opened un- I Oats, bu
chanced at 727c. sold oft at 721i72VbO and i
closed at 7IS1f72aAn. Clearances of wheat! Sllanea polls Grain Market.
and Hour were eu.uu.1 to 301,0.0 bushels. Ex- MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 26. FI3UR First
ports for tho week, as shown by Rrad-1 patent a, S4.20rfj4.30; second patents, S4-0V?
at-wts, were equal to o,lKS.000 bushels. ; 4 ln; ,)rBt cieaja, 3.2tVaS.35; second clears.
ITlinary receipts wero w.iw vunieip, f S2.4wTJ'Z,ai,
pfd.. SI joaceola ........
.. o4't,Tr!nlty .,
s... ii.t f. 8. Vlnlng..
HKiilnat. 1.997.0U0 bushels for the correspond.
ing day one year ugo. allnueapolls, Duluth
and Chicago reported rec.ulpt of 80S cars,
against &uy cars lajtt week and 847 cars onu
The attention of traders was attt acted to
tho corn market late In tho day because
of a. shaa-p advance tn the price of the
December delivery, following urgent cov
ering by shorts. Offerings wero compara
tively email. There has been so much
moiNture in the corn belt reoe.ntly that
many traders express doubts as to whether
contract corn will be as plentiful ss was
anticipated. This feeling" of uncertainty
was llioreaaea oy rejMiria irom receiving
houses, which claim thut new corn is ar
riving In poor condition. An active de
mand for cash corn increased the pur
chases of the options. The market closed
strong1. December opened a shade lower
to a shade higher at 4Jc to ad
vanced to 43o and Cloned at the highest
point. Local receipts were 210 cars, with
131 of contract grade.
Trading in the oata pit was extremely
tiulet aaid the tone of the market was
steady. There was some profit taking by
bulls, the offering being taken by cotumla
slou bouses. Decembar opened a shade
lowep at B34o, sold betweeu iiiac and 3.Mo
and closed ut Vt'aMfaO. Local receipts
were 241 earn,
Provisions were fairly steadr because of
a &o advance in the ptice of live hogs. A
feature of trading was the buying of Jan
uary and May bird by a local puW. The
total volume of trailing was suutM. At the
1 loe January pork was up 7H&l"o at
S13.T2W13.7j. Lard wis up 7!ic at Si 37V
Klba were 5t'Tt,o higher at S7.UX
Estimated receipts for toinorrow are:
Wheat: 64 cars: corn, 2c$ cam; oats, 1M
cars; hogs. li'Mi head.
Articles. Open, t Iligu.) Iw. Close. Yas jr.
BRAN In bulk. S'.S.oOtfloB.
(superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery;. Tha
range of prices, as reported by D. Day
at Co., 110-11X Board of Trade, was:
Articles. Open. Iligh.j Low. Close.
1 li I
13 63 ' 13 TO I 13 40
( 13 4"iW u TIV IS 7i!
34". WlI'ii 34.11 tI
13 75 I IS 3
IS 77H' 13 7A,
Oah nuQtatloug were as follows:
ULOL'R Steady; wlr'er patents, Hf$
3 40: airaiahta. ti.ivrtl. soring patsrtsx
S3 tsu.M; svtalfr.ta, Si.'tlS.o; bakers, S130
WHJSAT N'i. 2 bpting. 74or3c; Xo. 1
71c 77.-: No. t red, 71 t . Sc.
CORN No. - 4w-: No. 3 yellow, 4nVt94oHo.
OATS-No. f -(. No. J whits, it'.r.i
No. 3 white. l'4'JltC. .
RTF7 No. 1 ii'aOn-Vr".
4IAHT.JCY Full" to choice malting. 4i.)51o.
BftDS-No. I Tax. SiOoV,: No. t north
weatern, S1.1A Prime timothy, 64.10(4.2i.
t'lover, contract grade, !S.i,
PKOVian N -Mhort riba. sidea (looae),
Sl ien TJ M"a pork, per bbl.. S'.''.fy. Iird,
w lm !b., S-7. Short clear sides iboxedi,
l.llowlnaj witt the receipts and ship
tiittiila of floor and grain:
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 7ti1e, No. 1 northern, 7tlo; to arrive,
7fc; No. 2 northern, 74c; to arrive, 73sic;
No. 3, TltitfTjc: No. 1 durum, 64c; to ar
rive. iitc; No. 2 durum, tk:; to arrive, 6w.
Corn: Nv 3 yellow, 4.'Sc: No. 2 new, 4'.c;
No. 3 white, old, Slic. Oats: No. 3,
2c. Bilev: :f4i'c. live: uii!4ii67;4C
flat: Cash. S1.11V
Knnsns City firaln onal ProTlsluua.
K ANSA" CITY, Oct. 2i.-VHKAT De
cember, 67c; May, T ) Vi c : cash. No. 3 hard,
)!!: No. 3 red. 7o"iiij71c: No. 8. Sii'StiV'..
CORN Dpceniber. ibltc; Mv, 3ic; July,
"Vc; cash. No. 3 mixed. :J!V:i)i4c; No. 3,
8'i4 : No. 2 while, 42iV-124c
OATK-No. 2 white, a4iifC4c; No. 2 mixed.
firsts, 22c; ce-
Sl-.ii 13. Co;
lis Firm; extras, 23c
II. 1Y Finn; choice timothy,
cr.olce prajile, sn.'-o ll.-.o.
BYE Steady. fi7ijsfi'.
BL'TT EH Creamery'. 26"! racking;, loc.
Wheat, bu 176,Omt l.'j.O"!
Corn, bu 2"i.ij ''il0
Oats, bu 7,U) 7,t0
Am. C. F
Am. C. ft F. pfd
Am. Cotton OH
Am. Cotton Oil rtd
Am. H. ft L. pfd
Ain. Unseed Oil
An. UnaeBd Oil pfd....
Am. LocomotlTA pfd....
Am. 8. ft
Am. . ft R. pt ,
Am. Sugar Reftntug...,
Am. Tobacco pfd cue. ..
AnaeonOa MtnUig Co...
Atchtaou pfd ,
Atlantic Coaat Line....,
Hall I mora ft 01ilo...u.
Bal. ft Ohio pfd.......
Brooklyn FtapM Tr....
( entral of N. J
Chen, ft Ohio
Chicago Ot. tV
Chicago ft N. W
Cliirago. M. ft St. P..
Chicago T. ft T
hlcago T. ft T. pfd
C. . C. ft 8t. L
Colorado F. ft I
Colo, ft Bo. lot pfd
( olo. ft So. 'Jd pfd
Com Products pfd
TlBlaaare ft Hudson
Dalaar. U ft W
Denver ft R. O
r. ft R. 0. pfil
Kris 1st pfd
Kris 3d pfd
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
P;wa Oniral pfd
SC. C. Southern
K. C. So. pfd
lAiuiaTllle ft Nmhrllle
Minneapolis ft St. L. ......
M., St. P. ft S. . HI
M.. St. f. ft g. 6. M. pfd.
Miaaourl. K. ft T
XI.. K. ft T. pfd
National R. R. of II. pfd..
New York Central
X. Y., O. ft W
Norfolk ft W
Norfolk ft W. pfd
I'., C. C. ft St. L
Pressed Steel Car
Preeaod S. C. pfd
Pullman Pelaoo l.'ar
kea.llng 1st ptd
fleadlr.g 54 pro
KepuMIc H'oel pfd
Pock Is'aiid Co
Rock I land Co. pfd...
St. L. ft S V. it pfd.
St. Louts . w
St. L. S. W. pfd
o. Paxlac pfd
So kallwar P'4
Tanneaeo C. ft I
Terse ft Pacts..
Toledo, St. L. ft W...
T.. St. U ft W. pld..
t'nlon Paciflu ,
Cnion hactno pfd....
M0 T4-t 73'a
. 14. Soft
. 6. WO
. ; 400
. ' io0
Am. Ar. Chem.
Am. Pneu. Tube.
Amer. hugar ....
Amer. T. ft T...
Atner. Woolen ..
Pomlnlon I. A
Fdtaea Flee. Ilia l R. Oil
Mbbb. Klectrlc pfd f"Vt'tah
Mam. (las 64 n VLtorla
l nlten rrult 104', Winona 1....
United Shoa Mach.... 7t"4 Wolverine
do pfd 2S I North Butts ....
V. H. Hteel 4VBulle Coalition .
do pfd 1'VNe:1a
Allouea 3S U'al. & Arlrona..
Anialgamated 110taltirecna Coa
. . . . -2
Date. I 190.. lJU6.;iO4.1900.19OJ. 11901. U?00.
Oct. 17... SIS
Oct. 18... 18
Oct. IS... 20
Oct. JO... 6 17V4
Oct. 22... iru
Oct- 23... 13
Oct. 24... 6 13
6 101 5 02! 7 OS!
6 lOi 4 M:
6 12 S 02!
Vol S 14
20 6 04,
6 10( t 22
6 011 6 201
4 t! & OS! S
231 301 4 4
7 021 27! 4 53
6 82 2
701 6 os:
7l S fttl
London t'loslnsr Stocks.
LONDON, Oct. 26. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
Contois, money ?4 im., K. ft T
do account 4'4 N. Y. Central.
Anaconda 13s. Norfolk ft W...
AtohlKon K3'jl do pfd
do pfd lWVOmarlo ft W...
Baltimore, ft Oiilo....!21i, Peniivhaoia
tOO 1744 i;a4
Miles aakee 4Jralt Market.
M1LWAVKBE, Oct 2. WHIiAT L.ia er;
No. 1 northern, 7ki.ic; No. 2 northern,
lljTTc; Iiecembcr. 7ic.
BYE Flnuor; No. 1, io-iuOec.
BARLET rlnner; No. 2, He; sample.
CORN Flmixr: No. Z cash,
Dnlntk Grain Market.
DL'LITH. Oct. 2.-N"HKAT To arrive:
No 1 northern, 76c: No. S northern, 76';-c.
On' track: No. 1 hard. 77c; No. 1 northern,
Tic: No. 2 northern, 74Ue; October, 7niic;
Dcpmbr, 73n,c: May. 77i7c: July 7Siic.
OA lis to aJ-nve ana tsetoDcr, 3ic.
Liverpool Orals aw 41 Provisions.
LIVERPOOL Oct. 27.-VHEAT-pot.
firm; No. 2 rod western winter. p,
tures. dull: December, rs4Kd: larch. " Nd.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed. 4a 4d.
Futures. Cjiiet; Octolr. noinirai; Decem
ber. 4s 4d: Ja.iuar', 4a 4l,d.
HOP-- J.Anuon tPaeirtc coai'.l, iuiet
at ;4 4iiiaS.
Poorln Grn'n Market.
VKORJA. t t. i-i. COR.V-Highet : No. 3
vrllow and No. j, 4tul4',c; No. 4. 4lc;
iiew. 3Sc; no grade, 4-1c; new, no grade.
OATS-8'eady; No. ! White, t3',c: No, 3
white. Cdfi'it; No. 4 aliHe, S.o.
Kl'C Steady; No. t white, etc.
t'. s. Rnbiier pfd
it'. S. Hteel
J V. S. fSte.1 pf.l
I Va. -Carolina Chemical ..
, Ve. -(-aro:lr.a Chain, pfd.
j Wnbaah pfd
1 We:is-r"eigo t;.pree ...
.... , W"e-tinghoee Klectrle ..
44'j444C: Western 4. nloa
i V oeallng ft L. r
.. " ii
' Vrn, bu
On the Produce
' r market m ut a
.ty : cr-s 01, , .
ta(r . It', 3
lir.a. fin..: at ti a-U.,
e itials, Xo, piliu
, ca s
Wta. central pli
Central Leather pfd
Oreat Northern pld
Int Mel p'd
Total aalea for tha day.
. 17. to
. 14 IW
.I7n'i Rand Mines ...
.. II So. Railway ..
..l'i do pfd
.. SO jgo. Pacific ....
.. 41i I'nlon PaclSo .
.. If,' do pfd
44i U. S, Steel....
Chee. ft Ohio ,
Chicago Ot. W...,
C. M. ft 8t. P..,
1). ft R. O
do iBt pfd
do I'd pfd
Illinois Central .
Louisville ft Nath
HI LV BR Bar, steady, 32 7-16d per ounce.
MONKY per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 6T4,tt5 per cent; for three
months' bills, 6741I per cent.
do opfd ..
. 34 'i
ew York Mlnlnsr Stocks.
NEW Y'OP.K, Oct. 2.3. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Adama Con 20 Little Chief S
Allc ott Ontario &00
Breece .- M oplitr .373
Brunswick Con 40 Potoal 10
Comstock' Tunnel .... II Huvage so
Con. Cal. ft Va TI Herra Nevada 41
Horn Silver ISO email Hopes w
Iron SUrer 450 Standard !43
LeadTlll Con I
Boston ( saii.r Market.
Cloaing quotatioua on Boston popper mar-
Wy? ,b' Loan Bryan. J Board
cf Trade building, Omal.it
LONDON'. Oct. 28. In the market today
the supplies of money were teimwrarlly
curtailed, owing to settlement require
ments and the Joint stock banks' prepara
tions lor me niontn-ena. Discounts were
steadv. The settlement on the Stock ex
change was concluded satisfactorily, with
the exception of a small failure, which had
no effect on prices. Business sllBhlly In.
creased, especially in liomi rails, and
consols had an Improving 'tendency, due to
tne better monetary outlook Riid the cancel
lation of Ktryptian orders for gold. Kor
elgnevs had a better tone. Japaneao and
Prussians were hi request, the Russian new
loan being quoted at 6, per cent discount.
Americans were quiet early in tho day,
but the feeling of uncertainty gave way
to firmness about noon on local buying and
prices hardened to over parity. Later New
York supported the market, but prices gava
way und cloeed weak. Mexican rails Im
proved 8 points. The feature In the mining
market w;i a gain of 2V& points in Van I
liver diamonds. Japanese imperial 6s of
1904 wero quoted at luiHi.
PARIS, Oct. 20. Prices on the Bourse
today were strong, owing to the favorable
interpolation of the reports regarding the
iinanctal projects or tne new foreign mlnlH
ter. M. Calllaux, and the strength of Kvs
slans. Russian imperial 4h closed at 72.30
and Russian bonds of lit at 4So.
Bt, Louis ...
Sioux City ..
today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs, eneep.u r s.
number of cars
C. M. & St. 1
Missouri Pacific. .4.... 6
I'nlon Pacific system 33
C. & N. W., caat t
r. A N. W.. west 39
C, SI. P.. M. & O
C, B. & Q., cast..... 1
V., B. & g.. west 47
C, R. I. & P., east.. I
C, R. I. & P., west.. 4
Chicagxj Ut. Western ..
Total receipts Vll
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber Of ncaa lnuicaica:
2 . . ..
15 15 3
W S2 I
Plir.KP Packers were traveling at a very
moderate pace this morning. As noted yes
terday, the light receipts have forced prices
to a very- high point, se that this market
Is out of line with all others. In fact, fat
sheen and lambs have been selling right up
to Chicago, The result Is that packers evi
dently do not want only enough sheep or
lambs to fill the most urgent orders, hence
are buying very sparingly. This mean a
slow market, and this morning they suc
ceeded In taking ofT a little, some sales of
sheep looking as much as 10c lower, than
jCHterdHy, whllo the same Inmbs that were
here yesterday sold 5c lower. As tioted
yesterday, the market Is In a peculiar con
dition. In that, while prices are very strong,
the feeling is decidedly weak.
The feeder situation was not mnterlaltv
charged this morning. There were a few
country buyers In. but reielpta buve not
been heavy enous'i this week to attract
buyers 1n any great number, so that the
tradij has been pretty slow every day.
Still, good prices have prevailed, all tho
Quotations on killers: Oood to choice
lambs, S7.0087.2u: fair to good lambs, feLTS
47.00; good to choice yearllngjt, S5uf't'5.W;
fair to good J-carllngs, So.2Mif..60; good to
choice wethers, S5(8'i); good to cholco
Quotations on feeders: lAtnbs, So 2ff.0;
yearlings, 35 286.70: wethers, SI . 7Ti o. 16 ;
ewe. S3.5Wi4.80; breeding ewes, L7.i6.2o.
3W Wyoming liri.b, ''."''
04 ynming lambs, feeders
2,i0 Wyoming pwps, feeders
1S1 Wyoming ewes
M Wyoming Iambs, fdr. culls..,
82 Wyoming ewea, feeders
67 Wyoming ewes, fdr. culls...,
10H South Dakota ewes, feeders
44 South Dakota ewes
lfi South Dakota ewes
74 South Dakota wethers
3i'S South Dakota yearlings
275 South Dakota yearlings
that the transfers of Monts.cs stock ra
made at a round flg tre of .n;;c for half
an. I three-eightlis blood, or al-out S'Ti ""o
and ?v! and fcx resiwclively, e.-eun rt ba4s.
Vine to fires meilium rangp from asj to Wo
In the grease, or tVV1 to 7c clean. Fine
medium IrtRhn brlnss .1i.;tc and Vtatt
-lt'" Montana In oils;li)Ml bugs Is Sellh'aJ
at V'Vd;:.-1. line Maple territory la now
" o: Hi alit i"c. although In Isolated eas
it omy loiicli 72-: flue medium clothing.
f'c basis. Moderate quantltlee cf
eight mouths Texas are movlnu at idJT,''.
or taifi'iTc lean. The Phlpilients of i"l
fr"ini BoMon to dse frim December -7,
1"f. a -cordlng to the SMme authority, are
:o.1? iminds. against 1"7,71 pe) pounds
Bt the same fi ve lust year. The receipt
o date are 24i.!',V4,2;4 pound, salnse" 3o.!.
7 4.;.sv,, pounj Cor the same period last
J ch r.
ST. l.OrtS. Oct. K.-WOOIy-Stesdy: me
dium g'mlea oomblper and clothing. i4if
iTc: Htht One, 1s.i21i; heavy tine, lliflic;
tub washed, Dl'ii;t;'c.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cottle Dnll Hoars, shees
CHlCAfTO, Oct. 25. CATTLE Receipts,
6,000 head. Market dull. Common to prime
steers, St.OOir7.3u; cows. S2.6o4J4.75: helftrs.
S2.ffK-ao.3o; bulls. S4.404.jO: calves, S3.U.H
7.6e; Blockers und feeders. J2.4oS4.50.
HOC.S Receipts, IB.OuO head. Market
steady. Choice to prime heavy, ti.Mf46.jft;
medium to good heavy. S.2tVai.40; butcher
weights. S6.35&.n0; good to choice mixed.
S0.2U.35; packintr,ei.UUijti.l5; pigs, So-ut't?
SHEEP AND I-AMB8 Receipts. lO.OfiO
bend. Market steady but dull. Sheep. S4-O0
86.76; yearlings, So.60?(5.2r.; ltunba, S6.0lCj'7.65.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Cudahy, from K. C
Armour, from Denver...
Iobman &. Co
MeCraary A Carey
Hill A Son
F. P. Lewis
Hamilton A Rothschild..
L. V. Huss
J. H. Bulla
J. B. Root A Co
Z. H. Clark
T. B. Inghram
Cattle. Hots. Sheep.
CAT ! LK Receipts
morning, as was to
market as a whoih
.... 8,11)1 4,312 9.rd
were very light this
be exiected, and tho
was devoid of any c-
Itw York I. Ire Stork Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.-BEEVES-Re-eelpta,
4.230 head; market, stockera. slow
and 10 to 25c lower. Bulls and cows dull
snd easier; steers, S3.titi''i'4.20; cows, i.?. 10 Ci
3.70. Liverpool snd lxndon cables quoted
refrigerator beef higher at fcfe per
pound; livo cattle firm t l((il(iUc jht
pound, dressed welglit. Exports tomor
row, 1.000 cattle nnd 2,000 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, 7 head; market,
steady for veals; grassers, S2.2h53.2o; fed
calves, S3.5(84 00; dressed calves,, firm;
city dressed veals, SfcL'tjc per pound;
country dressed. 6rJ2t
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. l.ftIB
head; sheep, market full steady; lambs
firm to Hoc liiglier; common to prime sheep,
S3.OO4p5.0O; ciiTls, S-'.OtBVjo.iiO; lambs, S.00f
4.1&; two cars at St.25; yearlings, S6.6oiii.i0.
HOOS Receipts, 4,048 head; state hogs,
Internnl Revnna Collections.
WASHINGTON, Oct. as. The monthly
statement of the collections of internal rev
enue shows that for tho month of Septem
ber. 1906, the total receipts were S21,oo2.'iS9,
which Is an increase ss compared with
September, lit of 3138,101.
The receipts from the several sources
of revenue are given as follows:
Spirits. SI 1. KM .070: decrease, SS47.A22.
Toliacco, $I,U9,!U; Increase, 41.714.
Fermented liquors, 33,2K7,641; increase,
Oleomargarine, Si2,6rS: increase. S7,13.
Adulterated butter, S'3,7So; Increase, S.tCtl;
MIscellBiieoua, 846,011; decrease, S3.47o-
Tho first three months of the present fl.t
cal year show an Increase, as coinnartd
with the corresponding period In 1:5, of
agar anal Molosaes.
NEW YORK, th't 26. Sl'UAR-Raw,
quiet; fair refining. H,c; centrifugal test,
4-; moUtart sugar, 3'4c; refined, steaiy:
No. . No. 7. 4Sih-: Nj. g. 4.30-; No.
Si 4 3c: No. U. 4. lie; No. 11. 4.1e; No. it.
4ij-: No. IS. 4c; No. 14. 3.90c; confectioners'
.4. 4.7ne: mould A. 6. Hie; cut loaf, 5 ii o:
powdered. Jo; sranulnte.1. 4 frV, cubes, ili.
Mi iL.a.fj'K.'t ri' ead' ; New orlfadn", opcu
kettle, ;iot4 to l-tlil. et 'l--C.
M.W ( til I.I 4J. ,'. ?r:-sic.i:
Stauv : . ..trt'.'ligal JtU-"',, .4V , avt,
Metnl Market.. t
NEW YORK, C-t. 20. METALS There
was a decline of 3 6a in the l-ondon tin
market, with spot closing at ins and fu
tures at 195 on. locally the market was
easy ami lower, in consequence of the for
eign break, with spot clotting at ll2.ti6rd42.Sb.
Copper waa Irregular In the Ixnnlon mar
ket, with iot cloalng 2s d lower, at 97 2s
6d, while futures were 2s Gd higher, at d7
12s 6d. Locally the market was unchanged,
with lake quoted at S21.75'ii'22.6u, electrolytic
at S21"l'.Z.00. and casting at S2l.2fi'a21."(o.
Iead was unchanged at tM.76-d5.95 in tne
local market, in london the market was a
little higher, at 19 lus. Spelter was un
changed, at z8 in London and at So S4jo JO
in the local market. Iron was unchanged,
st 57 s 3d tor standard foundry and at fcis
74d for Cleveland warrants iu the English
market. Locally the market continued firm.
No. 1 foundry northern is quoted at S24.2i'i
2S.00, No. 3 foundry northern at S7t.(24.o'A
No. 1 foundry southern at S4.0iVfji4."j, and
No. 3 foundrv southern at l23.Msn-24.oO. "
ST. I-OLI8. Oct. y,. M ETAL3-Lead,
quiet, S6.K; spelter, stead-; K.20.
NEW YORK, Oct. . OILS Cotton
awed, tlrtn; prime crude, f. o. b. mills, 21i'
ioc; prime yellow, lie, nomlnaL Petroleum,
steadv; retlned New York, S7.U); Phil
adelphia and Bultlmore. S7.45; Phila
delphia and Baltimore. In bulk, 14. Vo.
Turpentine, firm at fj 3c.
ROSIN Firm; stralnod, common to
good, 44 2044 25. -
OIL CITY, Oct. K.OIT Credit balances.
SI .i4; runs, lr.166 bbls.: average, 9o.:tH
bbls.: shipments, lo3.1V bbls.; average, 153,
AVANNAH, Ga.. Oct. 2-t-OILr-Tunien.
tine, ft cm, foe. .
IKinlN nrm: A. B. c. 8tJ3.::'4 D.
S3 95; K. 4 lCtH.20; F, 4Llifi'4.12': O. S4.b'p
4.1-',; H. S4 i4 ?-S: t. S4I6: K. SI 6b; M.
$4.85. N, 4U; WO, Si.76; WWVSi.iw.
Co ee Market.
NEW YORK, Or-t- 2. COFFE-Market
for future opened steady at unchanged
price to a decline of t points, oalig to
some Wall si net liquidation, but milted
ait-r these vfterlngs bad been absuroei.
uatlug to steady l.urcpean n nrkets and
the Influence of the recent bullish crop
iiewa. The cloae waa ateady, net uu-
.Trmmmr, siairiaeai, ilfMirted Of .'.1.6'AI bil gk. including .SOVe.
WASIIIVfiTO.V. Oct. r. -Today's sir, te- 1 1 bi-r at .15'ao .V--: I .ccni!.. r ui li i' a-j Jo.-;
! merit of the treasury balances in the gen I Januarv at i .:") 25. eiMi.h at .-J.n ;.s ;
i -ral fund, excluaivo of t'ie S3 lfj' .'V'ii gol.ijilay at 4j.6ic; July at 6.;54.j.buc aiul Kio,
blaa Uouitain ...
' aluinot ft Anions.
( aluniet ft He, la.,
Copper Kar.ge ....
Lat Bulla ,
Greene Copper ....
I, 8. ft Cliulju-g
peclally new or Interesting features. The
storms which have reduced receipts to
such a large extent this week have also
made the cattle look very poor. A good
many of the cars which arrived this morn
ing had been on the road a full week and
tlie cattle showed hard UFngc, being dirty
and all shrunk up.
There was a very fair demand for desir
able beef cattle and anything coming un
der tnat head sold at good, steady prices.
There did not appear to be quite us much
snap as yesterday; that Is. packers were
not quite so hungry for supplies, as the
week Is drawing to a close. There was
nothing very choice, good cattle being
scarce, so that sales on paper do not look
as high as the market really was.
Cows and heifers sold generally In the
same notches as yesterday; that is, buyers
generally llgured on not pay'ng over steady
prices. Still, thero wero cases where sales
men thought they got out a little better
than theyvdld yesterday.
Uood feeders commanded firm prices, but
there were hardly enough cattle of that de-
sc! tpllon-on sale to really make a market.
Such an there wero, however,
handa In very fair season. ,
Ko. At. Pr. No. Ar.
1 1014 4 4o 13 12.',
74 I 00 40 1!V4
19 1S13 6 Ui J7 13M
3 '.5 I
t SO 4
I 10 4
I 1 .
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSA8 CITY". Mo.. Oct. 26 CATTLK-
Recelpts, 7,000, including southerns. Mar-
Ket uteaay ror cows: otner marKets sttauy
to weak. Choice export and dreseed beef
steers, 36.3.76; fair to grod, S4.0O-ufi.4n;
western steeds, S3.5o'ii&.36; stockers ..nd
fe.-jere, S2.WJ'!t4.h5; southern steers. 3.C'HI.
4.7R; southern cows, 82.0trj.3.2fi; native cows,
S.OiKi3.7"; native helters, 2.6'4i 1.75; bulls,
S2.1"i3.50; calves, S2.60?j0.a.
liOOS Receipts. 7,3 head. Ma-iket
strong to Be higher. Top, Sti.SS: bulk of
sales. Sb.2f''T6.321,4; heavy. 36.-ini.26; pack
ers, St i-'n6.;i5; piss and lights', t .7inti. rf'-j.
SHEEP AND LAMBS -Receipts, t.iQ
head. Market tftcady. L.tinbs. $5.75(47 l.ao;
ewes ajid j-enrllngs. ti.ra(.i; wesloi n
yearlings. S5.25tjS.75; western theep, 44.041
5. 25; stockers and feeders, S3.75'u5.2u.
St. I.ools Live Stork Market.
ST. LOOS, Mo., Oct. 20. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3.0UO head, Including l.OOu Texans,
Market steady. Native fhlpplns' and ex
port steers, S5.00i7.'.'4; dressed lieef and
butcher steers. S.l tW'fi6.15; steels under l.ndO
pounds, S3.oOfc4.uO; stockerj and fccdciu,
SiOiii4.50: cows and lielfevs, S2.20n5.2ri; tan
ners, 1.0i.ii2.2u: bulls, S2.osjj4.26; calves, W)
f7.U; rexu-s and Indian atoors. JJ.4Ci3u.5e;
cows nnd heifers, S2.2ttS.CO.
HOOri Rewlpts. 4.1VJ0 head. Market
steady. Pigs and lights, fd.0ulrti.30; packers,
St.lfiti6.35; butcliors and best heavy, eu.-'ty
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. COO
head. Market steady. Nativu muttons,
Sacau Ki; lambs, 3-fitr7.C-0; culls and bucks,
f3.JV'!4.76; stockers, f2.oCIj3.50.
04SAIIV WHOa.RS4.LK MARKKT.
Staple anal Fancy rrodace.
rOQS I'er dos., 30c
LINK IVCLTRY-Hens, ',c; rooster,
fc; turkeys, inc. ducks, 9c; spring chlcksna,
BCTTKR-Patklng stock. 17c; cholco
fancy dairy, 20j21c; creameiy, 22tf24a.
HAY Prices quoted bv '!sha leed com
pany: Choice upland. S.50; inellutn, SI'.ijO;
woarse. fa.'ssitg fai. Rve straw, So.6Oa7.0-'-
BRAN Per ton, S15.00.
SWEET 1-OTATUHS-l'er bht.. S2.25.
TtMA'l'OES Hoino Sin nn, per basket of
20 H'.. Sl.ttj.
WAX BEA.N.H-pcr market bssket of
about IS lbs., 7iic.
TI RMI'S. BFET8 AND CARROTS BPS?
LEAF LETTL'CE Hothouse, rer tlos..
CELERY Per dor , &04r.
CL'Cl''MBKR-Hot bouse, per doc, f1 9.
ONIONS-Home grown, two per ba.J
Ppanlsli, S1.7S per crate.
GREEN ONIONS-Per dos. bunches, lot.
HORSERADISil-Caso of 2 do., SI 90.
R A I'ISM KH Per dos.. bunches, ibW-.
NAVY HUANtve per bi., SI W; No. 2. tl.7SV
LIM4 IlKANH-ftr lb.. li'.c.
GREEN PEITLRS-I'er market basket.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per doa. bunches,
CABBAOFI-Home grown, per lb., 1V0.
r.Gl Pl.ANT-Per dog.. 75c.
POTATOEH-ppr bu.. 4o'(j6oc.
f KV! I ES Col ora do. fcMjtl.tW: Missouri,
per 6-basK.t crate. fl.wsJL'Ji; California Sal.
way, per box, SI 00.
PLl'MS Oregon Italian prunes. H-1ft.
. PEARS-Wlnter varieties, per W.'
CRAPES Home grown, tr l-lb. basket.
25c; Tokay. SI. 73. .
APPLES-Per bbl., t2.(Wrf3.iN ' v
CRANBERRIES Per bbl . ,. v-
TROPICAL FRUITS. v'
ORANGES Valencia k, BS-113 sixes, tfftV.
Florida oranges, f3.7i.
LEMONS Llmonlers, extra fancy, 24
size, So.tV); y0 slxe, SS.50; 300 slse, fUSO; other
brands, 31.00 less.
ORAPE FRI IT-SiEP 70 to SO. t.00.
BANANAS I'er medlum-slaed bunch,
fl.7rrtT2.35; Jumbos, fl.efr.J3.t3a
DATES Per lb., 6fM4e.
BKEF CUT PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, 12c; No. i ribs, S'4c: No. I ribs,
B'c: No. 1 round, 8c; No. 3 round, 7c; No. I
round. c: No. 1 loin. lo; No. 3 loin, lao:
No. I loin, 8H-: No. 1 plate, 8Hc; No. I
Plnte, 8c; No. 3 plate, 21; No. 1 chucks,
bite; No. t chucks, 440: No. t chucks, lc.
SUOAR CJranulated cane. In sacks, 84.81 1
granulate,! beet, in sacks, 5.21.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 16c; Wisconsin
brick, H'c; Wisconsin llmberger. Uc;
twins. 14iy; Young Americans, 15ifC.
COFFEE Roasted. No. fi, 28i per ib.J
No. 30, 21c per lb.; No. 26. 19o per 'h.; No.
20. 1c per lb.; No. 21. 13c per lb.
SYRl'P In bbls., 27c per !.; In cases,
10-lb. cans, S1.70; cares, 11 5-1 b. cans, Jl.NO;
cases. 21 2'-lb. cans. Sl.W.
HONEY- rer 24 frames. f3.S0.
CANNED OtXDS Corn, standard weat
ert., ofiOO-; Maine, fl.lo. Tomatoes, 3-!b.
cans, $1.10: 2-ib. -cans, PPlcgfl.Oa rine
apples, grated, 2-lb., S2.0r?3i; sliced. fl.M
47 2.20; gallon apples, fancy, 32 65; California
apricots, fl.9of.2fi; pears, fl 7Mf2.50; nesches,
fancy, f 1.7ivff240; II. C. jieaches. fStKafCM,
Alaska salmon, red. Si. 25; fancy Chinook,
F., S2.I0; fancy sockeye, F., $1.06; sardlnea,
quarter oil, 32.75; three-quarter mustard,
83.00. Sweet potatoes. SI 10?t1.26; sauerkraut.
SI. 00; pumpkins. 8nc43$l.C0; wax beans, 2-lb.,
STiffeiOc; lima beans, 5-lb., 7e1.85: spinach,
$1.36: cheap peas, 2-lb., 60c; extras, 9oc4a4LlO;
CUREI FTPH-Famlljr whlteflsh, per
quarter bbl., 1 lbs., $4.00; Norway mark
ers.!. No. L $2R.n: No. Sv S2HO0; No. 8. $20.0";
lrisb. Nc. 3, S10; herring. In bbls., 20
lbs. each, Norway, 4k, S9.w: Norway, 3k,
89.00; Holland harring. In kegs, milkers,
iOc: kegs, mixed, 7ic.
FISH Buffalo, large dressed, fc: trout,
medium or large, dressed, 12c; pike, dressed,
11c; halibut, fine stock, JJc: catfish, dressed,
lie; bullheads, dressed and skinned, 12c;
white pprrh, dressed. 6c; crapples. large,
12c; sunflsh, pan site, c; white bass, prtra
choice, 12c: pickerel, 9c; salmon. Chinook,
11c; whlteflsh tfrurpnl, 12e; msckerel (Spn
islvl. 16c: native, per fish, H2fcc: codfish,
fresh, frosen, 12c: flounders, fresh, troseti,
lie; bluetish, fresh, frosen. loc; haddock,
frenh, frrien. IV; redsnapper, dressed. IL'c;
smelts. No. 1, per lb., 12c; lobsters (boiled),
per lb., 40c; green, 37c; eel, per lb., lc;
frog legs, per dos., 5c: roe shnd, $1 each;
sliad roe, pair. 45c. t
HIDES AND TALLOW Orpen salted.
No. J, 13c; No. 2. 1i'-c: bull hides, 94SS
10V: reen hides. No. 1. 12,e; No. 2. II1.?:
home. 81.50fl3.75: sheep pelts, 60e&J1.3. Tal
low, No. 1. 4V. No. 2. 3V,o.
WOOL Per lb.. lfcfir2oc.
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
tw Id) S ;. 1
4vo j-si u :0m 1 ij
...... ISO I w
8 feeders.. 9
6 feeders.. 1114
11 steers. ...1011
7 feeders.. 1024
4 steers.. ..1167
I cost s pi ts
6 cows 910
6 cows H6S
13 steers.. ..1173
4 ulcers.. ..1193
17 bulls 1145
.H ) 3 45
. M7 2 2u
.1272 4 50
. 9$3 3 t7t
331 3 -5 15 feeders.. W.4
t feeders.. 1l
0 heifers... 371
3o9 50 22 COWS
Charles Fogg Wyo.
950 3 45 9 cows
4:i5 8 HA 4 feeders..
737 4 0(1 7 fee1rrs..
4 00 feeders..
Sloaz C'ltr Lire? Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Itt Oct. 26. Spcctal Tcl
eram.) CATTLE Receipts, l.! . head;
market steady; beeves, 34.5"t.'-'o: cows,
bulls and mixed, S2.5wJH.00; stockers fliid
feeders, S3.Ofc4jU.75; calves and year lines,
H0O8 Receipts, 2.000 head; market
strong, selling, at f6.tvi4.a); built of salts,
St. Joaepk Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Oct. 26. CATTLE
Receipts, head. Mark-H steady. Na
tives, tV.Cxpii.75; cows and heifers, S1.2uii4i
4.76: stockera and feeders, f2.50jj4.SO.
HWS Receipts, 8,b' head. Market oc
hlsher. Top. Sti.S2H; bulk, -':. . .
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, l,3i
heud. Market steady.
Stock la Sight.
r.eceipts of live stock st the six principal
St tmvi a.aa-.- j 1
Cattle. Hogs. Sueep.
South Omaha Ji.5""'
Sioux City "
Kansas City 7,'v i.iu
St. Joseph l.J"
St, Irfiuls S.0W 4.i
Chicago &.0 U.W0
Edward Douglas Wyo.
. k Net ad Coueohaa'ed
. It1 North get
. -'4 Oiu Dnntiaion
. .6 IK. eola
. I- Poeu. iterrue
S44 Pneu Ser lc, pfd..!
..i60 S lam-on
... 24 Ttonrs.V
. i'4Tenn. Copper
... 1 Tnnity
... J! Colted K-iii-
... H'a Culled M.iee, com.
... 2j t'nlted Steiea. ptd...
... ll'tl ieh I oiisolldated ,
, ... 4 t'tah Copper
... it Si Victoria
... 55 Wtnona
... 14 Wol.sripa
... lie tananes ...
Hank t learlnga.
Oct. 2k. Bank i-'earluaM
day aeie Si.-15.s7k.1S and for
vponding date lat year SI, 5yj
gen- i January i
..i. I ,
i.. .!, alivias; Available t.:li WUuce, 1 liiiici; No. bitwise,
13 feeders.. 940 3 70
8. Co. Wyo.
8 cows...,. 7!K
22 cows fl
5 feeders.. 8!0
24 feeders.. 756
4 heifers. ..I(i40
34 feeders.. 18
8 fPeders.. 5.S
W cows 97
32 feeders., kil
2C feeders.. 7S S 90
9 feeders., f74 4 20
Big Horn L.
11 cows 98o 3 4
7 cow s 10t
5 feeder.. Iu!
4 steers.. li7
(1 feeders.. a0
14 feeders. 725
8 cows VC6
6 feeders., 814
a! feeders. . 88
81 cows 96u S 40
17 coas 913 S h0
i bull "4- 3 211
4 cows 1210 4 y0
13 feeders. .1(70 4 4fl
11 feeders.. 11 to 4 50
5 feeders.. 9 4 25
19 cows liv 4 0o
HOGS There was a little more life to
the trade this morning and prices were
strong to 6c hlglnr than yesterday. The
feeling was enough better sod there wit
enough life to tho trade to effect a reason
ably early clearance of the receipts. A
very cotmldt rable proportion of all thu
hog, as will be noted from the sales below,
cold at f hti4i., as aguinot SO.06.15 es
terday. The top today wiut So i. w hile
nothing yesterday bruuEitt more than
The Improvement poled today makes Up
for the decline uf Monday and Tuesday,
so that the liojrs sold not far f-otn w h. re
they did at the close of last wera.
late arrivals did not fare so we'l. the
market tiotirit sluir ud dull with U ttit
South Dakota. -
4 cows iiiji 4 tn
3 feeders. .lluO
i coas 928
g until Dakota.
tCST IX5UI8. Dot 5.t-rOTTON-Stedy;
middling, BVo Bales, 8 bales: receipts 375
bales; tahinmenta, l.SJi balia; stock, ,121
VV ORLEANS, Oct. M.-COTTON-6pot
cloned oaay. Sales. 4 150 bales. Low oid -nary
7 7-loc: ordinary. 7 15-1 So. nominal;
good' ordinary. Vic; low middling, lo 1-16. ;
middling, ll-lc: ood inld.lllng. 11 l-lbc.
miaoiing .a... ..rw '-J,.;' dall s
nominal. 4cc-iina, o,oo f lonso A.
nr.AL kbTatk traxsff.ms.
Daisy K. Hliein.ondy snd husband to
Frsncl.i K. 'White. t)10 ft lot II and
' lot 12. blo.-k 5. Hogg & 1lli:a'..f :
Mattie K Walworth et si. to Carleton
S. Shepard. lot 22. block 2, Denmuii
LllHii A. Bt-ntmii to Christ C. Chria
tensen, pari hpc. 3-11-13 ,
Francis C. Gablo and i'e to Fran
cis M. Ytoiiuin, lot 1, blixk 2; lot
1. block 3, and lot 4, block 4. Ken-
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. O., Oct. 20. SEEDS Clover,
cash ond tctol)cr. S8.12.: Deceu.ber, fS.Joj
Timothy. 31. OS; alalke. S7.4q.
Mr. t'aesatt Better.
PH11.ADKLPH IA, Oct. 2H.-An official of
the Pennsj Ivsnla railroad loilsy denied tlia
statement published this morning that the
inspection trip of the company's director)
fixed for today had been postponed on ao
count of President Cassatt's nines The
storv is denounced as being without any
foundation whatever. Mr. t'assatt Is st'd
llv improving and Is at his office dally.
Tlie potilpjtieinent of the directors' trip, it
Is said. Is due entirely to the" Inability of
mitnv cf the members of tlto board Of 4i
rectors to ottend on account of other bubi
He tp York Strike Spread.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28. The strike of chaf
feurs employed by the New York Trans
portation company, which commenced yes
terday t the company's main garage,
spread to ono of the company's substations)
In Sixty-sixth street. Ninety of the 1;
chnffeurs employed at tho substation Joined
the 300 afrlkoib. Thirty of the substation,
men remained at work, and as they took
their cots from the garage each waa ac
companied by an official ill plain clothes.
Tho men ars striking for an Increase lu
wanes and regular bouts of labor.
Mtaaoarl Baak Bobbed.
JKFFERSOrC CITY. Mo.. Oct. 26-lnfor-
waa received I.'ire toiiay tnat mi
1.3.9 R-anit cf Jiin.estowti. In Monlleuu count ,
-w j thtrtv-flve. miles from here. wa eulrreU
1U.W last "niirlit bv roblmt. w lio blew opn tho
I sate and secured Thsy escaped
'Aft and there Is no clew.
Cotton Market. Hoot anal Shoe I'nlon UleetUu.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20 COTTON -Spot j BOSTON, Oct. 2C Pretndetit John F.
closed quiet, 30 points decline; middling up- T0blu of the Boot and Shoe Workers union
land. lM.o&c; middling gulf, l.!c. .sales, am,ounced today that the new election
ow) bales. i allcd by the executive coun' ll of the union
LlVKKPOtJL, lAt. -0- vvt i-. "I' i lietliif tlie couaiiiu.ioii
was 'ic4aled La
dull prices 10 points lower; American nuu- , ,l)C rt!CCrit oloction, aoum uc neia oojsiu
dllng fair. tAd; good middling, 6.20d; ind- bor
dlliiB. :lSdi low middling, f -d; good ordj. )
nary. t.W. oronutiy, I
.. . r r(bii Utlea of which Co"' acre for
.....illation' and export, and Included 2.S.0 I
. -..-. I n, o,. I, a t.m all Amur.
nd wile to Jen
buUlteii's. s South
nnaTON. Oct. M WOOL The Commsr-
rial Bulletin of this city, imcing us re
port uixin statistics gathered for the gov
ernment, will ssy tomorrow: The largest
week's business of the year, estimated at
from 20,Oua'i to 3u.i.t or 4v.'j0.(XI
po inils, is being awoiiiplished on Cie local
wool market. The American Woolen com
pany Is alone credited with pure bases
amounting to SO.tkn.ov pounda. comprising
half and ihroe-flghth territory fleeces, and
tills consumer now possesses the choice of
the Montana clip. The Arlington, an
skuk and oilier prominent mills are alao
operating. .The ball ma started rolling
In earnest 4in Monday, and the opinion la
ttiirent that tho activity will continue for
aui.ie time now that the pace ha dually
lievn set. Although some merchants main
tain tluit there has been no break in values
to Induce buying. It ! asserted bv others
iii.i i- ,i,oat nnlikilv that the milt would
so ctidderdy back down oil their policy of j Charles
piireha.-lnf niodeiulely uttd only for oun eut ,
WulllS Ullie.-e -oti' i ee:ono .uc n,i.
lloarver, Hip mills are undoubtedly run-I
u;ii$ luw ou raw ujlvvikU. ii is laUdittovU J
Alnnso A. Allen
Pl!?k, lot &o.
Mary J. BulUr to 4ra Van tSandt.
lot 21, block 8. Britrg s Place
Porlsui'iuth Having Lank to Atlantic
Really Asaoclntion, cU2 ft wb2 ft lots
6 and 0, Kendall's
Q. N. Ilyt'sc to Peter A. Petersen.
2 ft Hi' ft lot 8, and p2i ft Ills)
ft lot . block 5. I "a rk plai-e
J,r,b Hcraard und lfe to Anna t.
Burkard. nl' fl Oft ft lot I. bhak
2, Improv pment Aso'tatlon Ad
State National liank of Cleveland to,
W. II. Hhoop and wife, lot 22, Kl
Uatotie Park Placa
1 M. Rowers and wife to Edward
VI. Harrison, lot 12, block 4, Bo were'
Sadie K. ' Freeman and h.isbuud
liarvey J. tirove, lota 1, 2. 3, 4,
6, 7. bl'ck 27. Benson
Tiie Coinno ri lal National Bink
Fatinle t:. Klt'hett, lot 11, PIim K ;u.
U. Duel ami wife to Ainprt
lots 19 and I'l. block 3, al-
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