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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER fi. 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Free Offering Stop Adtance Threat
ened Since Lost Week'i Break.
Baron. strong; boxed extra short. tIZMVi;
clear rtbe. IU0O; short clears, til 12
POULTRY Quiet: chickens, WUjo;
springs, l4c; turkeys, Kc; ducks, TH .
Flour, bbls is.ino .v
WHEAT FLUCTUATES EASILY
Wkit. hu...' ......lit cm
Corn, bu .... ... liR.nnO
Oats, ;bu. 194,i0
BUU Bitter Mark.
v.uniK.- 111... Ort. K'Rirr'ntR ripm:
torn Opened Weak and Market Wm ITVic. Sale for tha week, 678.000 lbs.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Values Fluctuate Wildly ai Result of
HILL STOCKS MOVE UP SHARPLY
Pali, with Temporary Advances
. - OnJr an Wheat Threat-
OMAHA. Oct. S. im
SEW, YORK GENERAL MARKET
((notation at the)" Day aa Vnrlon1
NEW TORK. Oft. 6 FT .OUR Receipts.
Sl.ono bbls.; export. 19.800 bbls. Market
Grain value hau a tendency to I steady but slow: Minnesota patent.
strengthen after lsat week' break and Si.Kr-ut.aO: winter straight. 14 MM 46; Mln-
buylng n mora general, but free offtr-
nraota bskers. $t.;oi&4.60; winter eittra. $3.40
iB3.no; winter patents, $4.4"g4 K; winter low
I has itnmwd tha aivanre.
Large world shipments and tha accumu- I grade. $3.v7J3.70. Rvt flour, steady; fair
latloni of Hock, coupled with vary favor- I to good. S4.it.vif4.40; choice to fancy, 14 W
abla weather, wera bearish features, but 4 V Buckwheat flour, steady at HMy'W
values answered readily to any buying. 3.2ft.
Wheat wma nervous and tha fluctuation CORNMKAL Berely steadyt fine white
wra rapid. Tha market answered quickly ant yellow, 8i.76'al.8o; coarse, t.iyxvi.fii;
tn all buvlne. but heave reeeinta and an I kiln dried. 14.1R.
Increase In the world s visible supply kept RYE Dull; No, I wrrtern, S4o, f. Q. b.,
th. crowd bearish and price showed nlv New York.
a small advance. December wheat opened BA RLEY Steady; malting, 605c, e. I. f ,
at kho ana dosed at Mtn. nuriaio; feeding, 6SV0t c c- 3ew
( Ym mmum weak anil nroverl dull, with -I inra.
only' a temporary- advance In sympathy WHEAT Receipts. 200,700 bu.t exports,
with W-hent. . 137.W6 bu. Snot rrmrket eteady; No. i re 1,
Cash corn wa alow Jtld some lower and $1.06HS1.06H n elevalori No. 8 red, $1.074.
hliv.-ra .n nnl lablni small lAta tie. f. O. b. afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth,
cmlter.(rn opened at UHo and closed at tt m'4. f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 liard winter.
tvc. , 1 l f. o. b.. afloat, war taia. cut. nine
.'rlMa,. - - .araA -I ,1 U IV. 1 ,, I iikuth 1 ,1 inn.. a n rl llialloi mir,. '
and shipment ware 671.000 bu., against re- opening at o '" '""V."-
cetpu.laat year of 1,188.000 bu. ad ship- weak on nearisn aaiiy ana Zl.Zr
111", UUl WOW lincu " ' , i , v u v.
a big export trade and closed quiet and
firm at yilto ni aavance; iecorniier.
ir.enta Of Tit 000 bu.
Corn receipts were 247,Onf bu. and ship
yearof IOOOTU. Md ahU.m.n,. .? 792, OOu g8
CORN Reoelpta. none. Spot market easy;
No. if, 86c, nominal. In elovator, and 8ti4c,
nominal, to arrive. Option market waa
Uv,root;tlod Wma higher on wheat .-'"r,., wuAT rioSiiT;
i . . AaZ A V, i.Vi.. u. nrn I ' : . ,ro "
at 7hhc; May closed at rzc
OATS KecelDta. ltB.600 DU.t exports. fX'J
bu. Rpot market quiet: mixed, 26 to 82
lbs., 53c; natural white, 26 to SI lbs., 63Vd)
boc; clipped white, si to w id., euwmic
FEED Steady; spring bran, 124.46; mld
dllnrs. t24.0: citv. 14 60. .
hay steady) anipping, buffwc; rooa to
HIDBS-Uuleti Bocota. l&19Hc: Central
I , HlA Tl-i F7K Unlet I aolfl. Tm.rrivaa.
PROVISIONS Bef. ateafly; family. $t76
$17.60; irises, 13.S0D 14.00; beef hams. 2.0(X9
SL00; packet. 16.0rxV10.00; city extra India
mass, U4.SOfc4R.00. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies, H"afinic: pickled hams. 11
IS lie. Laard, weak, western. 10.6fttj10.e0; re-
1,'learaWi' were C2K btL of com, $00 hu.
. n . . . . I A mna ww I r O. r.
io. 1 " " "",vw nominal, to arrive
and UdTkoww to-id bUther on corn
Seaboard reported S6,000 biv of wheat
taken lor expert.
Loal range of optional
Articles,! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Bat y
Whsa-t , ' - .
rec.... 2, ?t K 92 92ti
May... V Wm 6V 6
KtV Mflm KtVk f&t I.!"
May... (t . -6W W 6S 69
Iec... 47 47 4T 4T 47
May... 49 4ft 4t 49 W
Onaahs. Caah Prloee.
WHEAT No. S hard. SaffMHo; No. J hard, flned-,1"' continent pi.M-Bouth Arner-
yellow, 70V4: No. 3 yellow, 70Ha No. 2
white, 7lTr47cr- No.' I white. 7lv4972o.
OAT No. S mixed, Wio No. i yel
low, ifa-wc; i0, white, 46V: i No. 4
white, bWc; atandard, 4S.
RY13 No. t. 72o No. , 70W6iIto.
Car lot Hece-ipta.
..,... m . .139
if22.00: mesa. 117-00017.60.
TAL.IiOW Steady; oltr (13 per pkg.). 6c:
country (PKgs. tree), motive.
RICE isteady; domeetlc, fair to extra,
2Giac: Japan, nominal.
rOULTHl Alive, nominal; a re seed,
quiet; western spring chickens, llilc;
fowls, 13'ftilfoi: spring turkeys, JS'SIOc.
BUTTER Firm; creamery apeciala. 28c:
Wheat. Corn. Oat, creamery extraa, BTVic; thlrda to firsts, 18
tt 00 1W I HiWc; state oajry, comman to iinpst, isrgizoc;
... process, common vi special, jixukh'.; wen
148 ern factory, firsts, lio; western Imitation
creamery. Ilrsta. iWMaWC
CHtiKHiv julet; state, inn cream spe-
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVIMOSiS rials, liHi-SiUc; state, small colored or
While iancy, c; sraie, largn coiorea or
u-h ta rajirv. lint atate. rooa to nrime. irci;
; i-'ratnrra -w the) -Trwdlag and Closln hswc; state, common to fair, lOerllc ;
),) Prlcea em Board of Trade!
:CfflCAOO, Oct, a The Turklsh-Bulgar
E(KS Flrmi state. Pennsylvania and
nearby selected, white fancy, $37c; same,
'ton soar and a reported revival in export IT, "TT oi. k"T 'IT
.bpslneas had buoyant effect on wheat fanc. go;2c; "same, fair to choice, SS2c;
, prd-ea bn the local exchange today, the we,tern ?irts. 23oi seconds. a23c
Break at Opealng on Areoant (
Balkan M ar Rarnor Fellowed hr
Berled of Hesitation-
NEW YORK. Oct. S. Prices of stocks
fluctuated and showed the unsettling ef
strong conflicting forces. On the one hand
was the acute crisis developed In the near
eastern question and on the other the tonic
effect of the striking upward movement In
the Jim railroad stocks. It was noticeable
that while prices recovered readily from
the opening break caused by the Bulgarian
war prospect, there was much more hesita
tion following the further recovery over
the ffeturday level.
The knowledge that tomorrow I tha date
for tha annual meeting ot tha Northern
f acme stockholders helped to lve credit '
to the storlea of early development. These
rumors were supplemented by renewal or
reports that a segregation of Union Panlflc
asaets was In prospect, with distribution
to stockholders of shsres In a holding com
pany. This combination wss an exact re
production of rumors heard through the
summer In conneotlon with the rise In
stocks, but which were dropped suddenly
out of consideration when E. H. Ifarriman
returned from the west, and prices slumped
in ine stock market. The flavor or renova
tion about the market deprived them of
some of their force. The analogy was
carried further by tacking on th rumors of
important Harrlman plan concerning the
iuto, tne general list was growingiy un
responsive to this stimulant and finally
broke badly again. The late reaction owed
something also to the fear of further effects
from the Balkan outbreak.
The small effects of the BJuropean news
on the local markets was partly due to a
belief that a way out would be found
throuirh diplomacy for an adjustment of the
questions at Issue between the powers, leav
ing the Immediate armed conflict restricted
to Bulgaria and Turkey. In addition tc this
opinion there waa a feeling that the harm
to come to American securities even in the
event of a European war might be small.
A curtailment in the market for cotton
might be supposed, and the weakness In the
cotton price waa a reflection of this, on
the other hand, a quickened demand for
our breadstuffs could be assumed. The
effect of this assumption on the price of
wheat was offset by the news or the heavy
movement of sratn to markets snd favor
able crop news. While a demand for gold
might be expected to arise in the event or
a foreign war, it Is believed by bankers
that much of the persistent foreign demand
for gold throughout recent months Is due to
the preparations that have been going for
ward to meet the very contingency that has
now arisen. War would undoubtedly send
some to market some American securities
held by foreigners, and there waa, in fact.
selling for foreign account today. There
would be, however, some flow of capital
Into American securities as representing
values most remote from the threatened
danger. The closing tone was much un
settled and weak. .
Bonds were irregular. Total sale, par
value, 3.40,000. United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
following were the sales and range or
prices on the Stock exchange today:.
sties. mn. uom. iino.
nnklln Steal M
Rrk Inland Co
Mark l.li4 . p'd
M. U I. r 14 pM....,
St. bonis S. W
St. l W. Bf4.....
SlnM-glKlflel S. I
He. PiHflo r
tn. fUllwir '
TannnM Carper ,
T.. it. U w
T . St. I., a- W. pti
tnios Ftiflo -
I ulna FantMe
I:, s. timber
f. niiktmr 1st sri
r. . stMi
V. . Steel pf
V.-Crthn Chemlesl ..
Vs.-car. Cbsm. pM
Weitlciheuwi Blu-trto ....
Whwllnt U B
Total sales for th r.
m a n4
,. .... 7
, 1 1 lH t't
ti.W Ml 44V, 441
, KO ITU 174, n
' 4M4 44S,
ID) anvt n4 art
, 41.404 1S lUt )
, 1)00 19 tl 21 4
, 1.004 fV H olta
. l.l 4 4t "4
)n M Mi :
ton in, at t, k4i
m.ca l4j lt' )'
o m 7t4 t:4
Sx IIS !' Hi
. 101 it hum,
r 44 4 -
, I.DtlO 1IU lMi lMHl
.. 1 41 Vh 41 4nv,
U u n
, 10 if i:h is
ion j u
100 74 74 '4
400 41 M tVt
4l0 S X Uli
marlu-t closing at net gains of Htjlc. com
pared, with the previous close. Corn and wRATHER IS TUB GRAIN BELT
. oars were Irregula,- provisions weak, with I t
h - latter ahnwlnar loeaea of 26'B)67U.
; ina'TKJIlllCat irOUOies in rjurupe oui- Bamimirvmnm or -- mnr
welg -en all olTier Influence at the open
ing of today a -session In the wheat pit and
a result Initial quotations showed gains
if Hippie, compared with Baturday's close.
OMAHA. Oct. B. 1908.
The -area of high pressure over th east-
An advance of nearly Id In the price of ern portlonof the country is drifting slowly
.Wheat at Liverpool seemed to impart addl- eastward with Its crest over the Bt. Uw
lltonal eerlousneaa to the war talk and rence valley this morning, and generally
MiMped to further strengthen the local mar- ' """". lu"u,"ul" r'1
ktV Chief among the bearish influences ?nd south. An area of low pressure ex-
' . , . 1 . 1., tends from the Saskatchewan valley. In
of wheaf 011 passage! World s shipments Canada, south over the upper Missouri val
were 13.til6.0ti0 bu.. compared with lS.7K4.000 '"V nd, middle Rocky mountain slope, and
4 1.1,. the corresponding week a year ago. IlJ'"?
r.iii..i ...in near ,iw,n ami where west of the Missouri river. Rains
continued strong to the close. There ! :;; !.i .Vy in. ..j V. .V
on active demand here by millers for red nolwr.h.1-.Lnin?i ZV?,Z
t winter wheat Md M inne.wlls , alg , re-I ;ril!,r.
tr. n whll. H Iul. reoorted salea h shower, will probably continue in this
Kraln.- h,1f. 55:. Lo vicinity tonight, followed by fair and cooler
r or iaa,xw ousneis 10 mnina. I Tuesdav
'The market closed strong near me nigneai 1 w" .a t t .-m
point Clearances of wheat .d !;.;' clpitation compared with th correspondiDg-
equal to 8.000 bu. The visible supply In- f th lMt tnre8 years:
creased 4.8M.OOO bu, Primary rejejpth were 0,r 01 lne lnre8 lwr 190g
S.619,uJ m ., comparea wim Minimum temperature.... f.7 40 44 l
corresponding day a year ago. Minneapolis. precl potior, 12 .00 .00 .00
iniiuin ana lnioiiu 1 N01 mal temperature lor today. 00 degrees.
i.019 cars, against 2,044 cars last week and Deficiency in precipitation since March 1.
kuA par, a vear am. I a ia I v. j
The corn market closed firm, with the Deficiency corresponding period In 17.
exception of the October deliverj'. which 5 M inches.
; was steady, triers ai ine cioew were -u ueflciency corresponding period In 1908,
lower io insuci. 1 . "i., g j incnes.
1 !ti cars, with 19 of contract grade. l. a. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
' The oats market closed steady with prices
a shade higher to c lower. Local re- Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
celpts were It 4 ar- KANSAS CITY. Oct. 5.-WHEAT-Un-
" o-islons were weak U J win gj to cnanBed. December, 98",o; May, Kc; July,
selling brought out by I beral receipt of WWc Mh. No 2 hard foamZ N0. 8
live hog. at western packlng centers Loca, MWc; No. 2 red. 81.(CVt'0'l.oi; No. 3
packers were free sellers throughout the feA 97C(iji 02
,duy. The close was off &iVo at the corn Unchanged to e lower; Decem-
. lowest point of the day. t ber, Utc; May. 6tfJc; July. feeTsc Cash: No.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow. Wheat, 2 lnKed 71,371140; No. 8 mixed, 714j71c;
' . . v-.-, .., KO 2 wnite, vic; io. 4 wnue,
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Articles ! Opsn. High. Low. a. Tes'y.
Wheat I I I I I
. Dec. !8i8'VlWa!G'!98Ti,f? W'i
May 1 1 1 O.-tsI 1 01 H 1 ial 1 01
' July 96(4ji 96l 96Vt Wm ' S&tt
: Dec. 64V4Tf, SS mT,64Hf4 f.4,
May" "341 (KtH!637rtiil 4
Jvjly 4l64', 4S 634 MHI tOH
' ' Dec." .' - 9i 4 48 49 49
May Slfi 614oS W7 Sllflom 61
July 47 47t4 467 4U 47'4
Oct. 14 60 14 60 .14 10 14 10 14 60
. Jan. ' 1 7CV. 1 72V, 16 15 16 2o 1 77V4
May 16 66 1 65 16 CO 16 00 16 674
Oct ioct w rr 1005 1005 1040
, Jan. . t 75 8 76 9 57V 67V4 IU
May l62Va i W tW i IIS
octw 0 t KS 8 60 8 60 8 0
. Jan. . I 72t 8 72 8 60 8 60 8 75
.. May 8 75 8 76 8 66 8 67H 8 86
OATS UnchHiiged ; No. 3 white, o(S48'4c:
ln. x mixed,
HAY Euay ; choice timothy, S8.3oihlO.00,
pl,,.l,. rimlrle IB IXKHSLX
BLlTKK-nrm; creamery, c; packing
hXIGS rlrm; fresh extras, 23 Vic; current
receipts, 19o, ;
Corn, bu 16,000 8,000
AmslssmateS Copper ....
Am. (!. a F
Am. o. a r. pta
Am. Oottoa (Ml
Am. H. U pf4
Am. Ics seouritlas
Am. Uoaaed Oil
Am. LAComrXlv pfd
Am. 8. a It
Am. H. R. pf4
Am. Stifrar Refining
Am. Toharro ptd
Anaconda Mining Ck
Sal. & Ohio ptd
Brooklyn Itapld Tr
Cantral leather pld
Oantral et N. 3 -',..
Chicago Ot. W...,,,..v.,
CtlsagO St N. W." . ........
0., C. C. ft, U
Colorado F. a I
coio. a fo. it pfd
cois. a so. vi td
Pel. 4Y Hudaon
Dram A R. (
D. R. O. ptd
Kris 1st pfd
Kris U pfd
Great Northern pfd
Ot. Northern Ors ctfa....
Int. Met. pfd
Int. Paper pfd, ax-dir
Iowa Central 1
Kanraa Clljr go
K. C. 80. ptd
I,oula-llle 4V N
Ulan, a 8t. L
M . Bt. P. S. S. M ...
M., K. 4k T
M.. K. T. ptd
New York Central ,
N. T.. O. W
Norfolk a W
North American ,
Northern Paxllle ,
P., (I.. C. a Bt. 1
Preraed Steal Car
Pullman Palaos Car
Railway Steel Bprtng...
"700 'ii'4 "s
400 104H 1"4
l.ano int in
400 ft.14, S
I. I0O 44 '4 4
4. am) f.0 4
4.300 174 1184
WD M H
'i.'iKo 'ii" "iiii
100 . r 1 i
(U0 16, 140
103 6."4a n
Quotation at Kansas City, furnished by
4.00 HH 14
) lKi II
tm itst w
VX it Wft
" st 'ioii 'os
70 am sit, tt)i
1,100 44 42'4
70 K SH4
JS.ldO 1MT 141
1 100 6, M4
1.P90 140 138V,
fro 3:1, 31
7l CM, tl
, l.ltM S7 2
, l.V 21 lit
100 24 28
10 tili 41i
1.100 II '1 3Va
, 1.4II 114 VM
fin H,i4 M14
, M) ti4 10
aoo A fS
, 10, 400 S H'4
0l IMS 104
. l.an 4i'i 41
.400 74H, 'S
tl MS 41H
. tl l.no Ha' 117V,
inn t.-,n K4
, 4.o lass 123
'. "ioo 'si" s'
.141,400 133 1)1
New York Money Market.
NBW YORK. Oct. I. MONEY On call,
easy at lv4 per cent; ruling rate. 114 ptr
oent; closing bid. i per cent; offered at
114 per cent. Time loans, very dull snd
firm; sixty day. 2ya2 Pr cent; ninety
day. 2V43 per cent; six months, SVAtJQVi
PRIMH MERCANTILE PAPER-40
4Vi per oent.
BT KRUNO BXCHANaErirro. with
actual business In bsnkers' bills at 44 HSMf
4.8496 for sixty-day bills and at 84.8R80 for
demand; commert-lal bills. 14 84ift.84V4.
SILVER Bar, 61r4c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS 43overnment .steady! railroad,
(losing qitotatlons on Now York bona
were a follows:
V. g. ret. Is. r 10SV4 Hocking Vat. 4HS...10S
do coupon 104 lut. Met. 4va. . .
V. la. rag loovi u a N. unl. 4a. .1... awv,
do coupon 101 Man. c. t 'V4
U. H. 4. reg 1JI M. Central 4a 11
do coupon Yl do 3at Inc 14
Am. Tobacco 4e H'i Vlnn. 4V Bt. tt. 4s.... TVS
do lt M.. K. T. 4s M
Atthlann gen. 4a..... Vl do la M
do ad. 4a VJH'N. H. R. of M. 0 4s IT
do ct. 4a XI N. Y. C. g. 14S. M'4
'do cv. tt 104N. J. 0. g. la 13SV4
Atlantic O. L. 4s Mt No. Pacific 4s 1"3V4
Bait. Ohio 4s MH do la 73 vj
do IV4S W'i N. A W. c. 4s TV
Rrll. R. T. f. 4a..... 74HO. B. L rfdg. 4a 444
Central ot Oa. 4a ...m Penn. ce. 1H 118... Ii
do let Ine 42 Penn. con. 4a 104
do Sd Ino 41 Reading gen. 4a tS
do M lnc Rep. of Cuba la 1'S
Che. 4 Ohio 4v. ..101 H t. l. 4V I. M. a 6..11044
Chicago ft A. ma.... 71 Bt. L. A 8. F. fg. 4a. 7IV4
C, B. a Q a. 4a M4At. L. B. W. c. 4a.. 74
C. R. I. A P. 4a.... Tt Seaboard A. L. 4a.. II
do col. tw. 7tV4Bo. Paclflo is 4IV4
do rfdg. 4a TV4 do let 4a lAVi
COC. a St. Ij. g. 4a.. 344 So. Ratlwar la 1oi4
Colo. lnd. le 74V4Tnas a P. le 110i
"Colo. Mid. 4a T., St. U W. 4.. TVt
Colo. A So. 4a M . t nlon Pacttle 4e....10t.
Pel. a H. ct. 4s... .100 do ct. 4a !vi
. a R. O. 4a K t'. S. Bteel Id Is 10144
Rrt p. I. 4s rt Wabaah la losvi
do ges. 4a Tilt Western Md. 4s tiiVfc
Japan 4s 0VtW. a L. 8. 4s IT
do 4V C"4 Wla. Central 4s 144
do Id series 444
London Closing; ntocka.
LONDON. Oct. 6. The stock exchange
waa thrown Into a flutter this morning
by the proclamation-of the Independence
or Bulgaria and the action taken by Aua-trla-Huna-ary
with recard to the political
status of the provinces of Bosnia and
Hersegovlna. Consols fell S and foreign
bonds sbout 1 point, due principally to con
tlnental selling. Turkish bonds, which
closed Saturday at 91, wera today offered
The weakness extended to American se
curities, which by noon had fallen from
1 to 8 points below parity.
Ixmdon closing stock quotations:
Consols, money . .14 14-14 Mo., Kan. a Taias.. 31 St
so account .....u i-ig New Tors cantral. ..!'
Anaconda f Norfolk 44 Weatarn.. 74 '4
Atchiaon ..TOi do bM 83
do pfd M Ontario Western. M 4lV4
Baitimors m oeio...ioorennariTsnia i
Canitdlan Padfle ....SSI Rand Mines T14
ChesaceaJra A Ohio.. 41 Reading 47 v,
Chi. (treat Wealarn.. f . Bouthern Railway ... 11T4
Chi., Mil. a Bt. P...140 do pfd MV4
Da Beere 1H Southern Paclflo ....107
Denver a Rio a..... 17V4Vnln Pscina 1M
do pfd 44 40 ptd Iv.
Kris tovi United States Btesl... 444
let pta. ......... 44V, eo pu in
do Id pfd itm Wabaah 11
Grand Truuk X4j do pfd 27
Illinois Central . ...14 ".Danish 4s 03
LouUtIHs a Naeh. .. 10 Amal. Coo oar 7744
SILVER Bar, quiet at la 16-16d per
MONEY 441 or cent. ""
The rate of discount in the open market
for short bills Is mTi'S per cent; for three
months Dins, iTViTf fir cent.
OMADA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Slow, with Prices
HOGS CONTINUE ON DOWN GRADE
Sheep and I.anaha.la Active Demand,
While Prices Are Twenty-Five to
rifty tent Higher Than
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 6, IKsj.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Estimate Monday 11,600 1.600 11.M0
Bame day last week...... 7.RM 1.843 11.1
name osy 8 weeks ago., s.pmi l eas eo.iro
Bame day 8 weeks ago.. 11, Ml l.ftul 21. 1M
Same day 4 weeks ago.. 6.117 1311 t7.r;4
Same day last year 12,138 2,774 28,294
Th followlnr tahla shows tha receipts at
cattle, hog and sheep st South Omaha for
vue year 10 date, comparea wun esi jr.i,
ism too? - Inn. Deo.
Cattle 740.428 M,38 ..... 148,610
Hogs 1.846.678 1 91 7.6?' 18 Oil 4
Sheep 1,498.466 1.47S.I15 19.t40
The followlnr tahla shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
aeveral days, with conupsurlsons:
Boston Stock and Bond.
BOSTON. Oct. S. Money1,' call loans. 2tt
8 per cent: time -loans. 8tfHrk per cent
quotatlona on stpeks and bonds were as
Atchison adj. 4s M Ailouoi 14
do 4a 4444 Amalgamated 7IV4
Men. Cenlral 4a taj Atlantic 17V,
Atchiaon R. R kV Blngbam lu
do ptd M'4Cal. A lleola U
Bniton Main 14 '4 Centennial S4V4
noetnn Kievatea iu copper ttangs 74
Pltrbburg pfd lS34naly West V4
N. Y.. N. H. A H...141Hrranklln I A
union Paclflo .13 oranby n. .ino
Am. Arga. Chem 174 lale Royal II
do pfd 1 Maes. Mining IV4
Am. Pneu. Tube I4 Michigan 14
Amer. sugar 130 Mohawk , u
do pfd 13 Mont. C. a C. 4ft
Am. T. T ..13744 Old Dominion 41
Am. Woolen 13 O areola ill
do pfd w4 rarrot tt
Dominion I. a B 14 Qulncy 93 .
Rdlann Flee. Illu 22714 Shannon 14V
ncnarsl Rleclrto 1) Tamarack 74 14
Maaa. Electiio 10 Trinity II
do pfd ji United Copper 11V4
Mass. una 00 11. b. Mining lev,
l'niled Fruit 1MV41'. B. Oil 2
tnitca a. M 04 1 tan 44
do pfd 1 Victoria 4V4
V. 8. Steel 41 Winona ev.
an pro ivwv, wolverine .,..13
llld. "Aiked. ...
WASHINGTON. Oct.. 6. Today's state
ment of th treasury balances in the gen
eral fund exclusive of the 8160.000,000 gold
renerve snows: Avananie casn oaiance,
llKO.soa.OT2; gold coin and bullion, 836,764, 563
gold certificates, 838,636,660.
I Open. I lllgh.l Low. I Cloaa.
Dun's Report of Bank Clearings
- Na. .'. :
. - Cal) quotation were as follows:
FJvOCHt-Market steady; winter patent.
' i4.3Vo-l.TO; straights. 4.uu7j4.60; spring pat
ents. 86.1046.40; straight. t4.o0rM.90; bakers,
. 1 Wr4 11. ......
Yi HEAT No. 3 spring. Jl Otytfl OS; No. 3
spring, y7c.a8i.04; o. 1 red, t,UWV,C.
CUHNNo, 2, 77517 4c; No. 8 yellow,
OATS No. 2. 48c; No. S white, 60&6U; No.
r S white, 4tVa0ime.
' RYBNti. 1. 76'if76c.
BARLEY Oood feeding, 646c; fair to
choice malting, e73t4)c.
.SKklDTt-r'-lax. No. 1. 81 14131 .88; No. 1
northwestern. II. 2414. Timothy, prime, IJ.40.
clover, eontract grades. 88.10.
. ' PROVJsUOiNS Short ribs, aide (loose).
rUHHy.131. Mess pork, per bhl , 14.2f
14.S7V1. lrxl, per ii lhs., 8iai34'a'10.1o.
Short clear -sides 4 boxed), 10.60all.0u.
Wllewlng ware tha receipt and shipments
.- of flour and gram)
1 FW or. W)ls.;.. 29 000 . IN.OHO
' Wheat. 4u....;j..... 38,000 41.00
Corn, bu 134.0i :,0(
. Vattfi, bu, .......-.. 2o9.G0it 2.ul
By, bu.. ....!,...- .04 16.0O0
Jharley. bu.. .,.., , 146.0.0 46.0uO
4n Hi Produce exchange today the hut-
Vr luarkei nag steady; creameries, kS26c
, dairies, lC"'2c. Egg, ateady; st mark,
esse included,-1 inline; Iirsts. ; prime
.. firsts,. 23c. Cheese, steady; 14al4c.
-ti Loota General Market.
. ST , lOUlS. Oct. 6. WHEAT Higher
trait No. 2 red, (gsli. 810MI.03S; No. 1
tiara, !cu 81. Ul; December, WV1sl,e;
May. i .-.
C1RN rltgher- track. No. 2 cash. 74Vft
76c; - No. 1 w hite. 75ro76Vc; December, fec;
IkAlfS-Higherj tratk. No. 1 caeh, 4Sc
"' N'." 1 l)it. Hsyutec: .Mav. ottUc.
KLOUR-4JUHit: red mlnlrr iatenta.
,. 4 8U.v. extra fancy and straight, H l(4 65;
i,- Clears. S1A -
- rllfiKID Timothy. eia)JI5.
(t'lHXM EAL 8J.80. ,
BRAN Weak; sacked, east track. $1 .004
'. Jt - :.- --: - . - .
,JJAt3rl'nchange4; timothy, ..88.5014,(10;
, prairie, S 0C!tlT.0A.
1I14JN COTTON TIES 1100.
; W4.iK-.INO Mr.
, limp TWINE It.
, HI "ITER Steady: creamery, fcoT-Jbr.
Ki lOS -Siesvt 11'. case count.
' !nOV"l.8-r,inrk. liwrr: .fobbing. US 2.V
l.srj . Iier; 'prlni'e ateani.- 19 95 HtOO pry
lt meats, slru'ig; lxod extra shorts
"VlLat; clear 1 lhs.-U7' ; short ce;i'r. 111. J.".
". .av. .,"-...-.-''." -
Liverpool Grain Market.
UVERPOOU Oct. 6. W1ICAT Strong:
No. 1 red. wrsteiu winter, is yd. ruiuiea,
quiet; tn'Cciiibf r, 7 V-vl; March, is bVed;
May, is t4vl.
COKrs Bpot, quiet; American mixed, s
3d. Futures, quiet; October, be 9,,u; De
cember, aa 1W.
l uil K-VMiiter patents, steady at zs d.
HofB tut Iihdun Pacific co&at, steady
a l 1 1041' i. a 6s.
Visible Supply ot Grain.
NEW YORK, Oct. 6. The visible aup-
ply of grain (Saturday. October a. aa com
plied by the New 3 or Produce exchange,
is as tullows: Wheat, 84.litil.0UO bu.; in
crease. 4,362,000 bu. Corn, 8.677,000 bu.;
increase. 60.000 bu. Oats, 7,792,000 bu.;
Increase. 1.163.000 bu. Hye. 796.000 bu.:
decrease, 21.000 bu. liuriey, 690,000 bu.;
increase, u2,0U0 bu.
Mlaurapolla Grain Mnrket.
1, !.,.,. t I ,j , I ,j 1 . . . C IL'UPiT r
cenioer, !.; may, i.oo't; cam no. 1 nara,
ll.Uoft; No. 1 itortlierii. l.ui;; No. 8 nortU-
ei n. ei.t'n. vu. nui viirrn, wawTr-.
, . 1 ..I'll t... ..... . . -. . -. fill.
rUUl I r 11 ill, 111BI ia.i7i.io, vu.wcv.v,
second patents, 16.60430.06; first clears, 8i-tjt4ti
4 66; second patents, S3.MXij3.bO.
Mllwauken Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 6 WHEAT Lower;
No. 1 imithern, ll.tfevyo l.tV4; No. S north
ern. 81 utvrii.04; iiecember, wc.
COIlN-Urm; lHceinbcr, 64'sc asked.
HA R LEY Lower; sample, tkXeM:,
New York Mlnlngr klocka.
N EW YORK, Oct. 6. Closing quotations
en isew lor aiming buh-ks:
Alice lio L'diiile Cos
Breeie 5 Lime Chief ' I
Brunewli-e Con t) Mexhan f Til
ConistiKk Tun. aloik. H Du'arlu u
.. Tub. tiouda ... li Opblr 175
I'm. Cal. a Va , i 3audard m
Hurt saver m Velluw Jacket 41
Bank cWsrtngs dsaota a slightly largar volume of paytasnta tXreogk tha baoka, laddeat
U the epcnlng of the fall asaaoa sod th mevameat of ta crops, pardeolarly In the West,
bat th aanonnt U still below aortas!. Total baak axebaafes la th TJaltad State for Sap
'xabar, be-alag reports of mere than one hundred of th leadlag citien, as ahawa la th
atoath statsaaaat Issued by TL Q. Dtm 4 Co., are 811,0924,T38 an la areas of 6.9 par
osmi. eenparecl with a year ago, hot a decrease ef 11.4 par cent, enopared with tepssiborv
1S06. Tha aaprk with a year ago la net entlrwlf satlafaetory, a eoadttUa la tha lead
tag aaarketa than saassd sosm eurUllment of bank elearlag, thoDgh th sltaattam beeama
tianoh acuta ta October. Th Increase this year aver a year ago 1 almost wholly at
New York City, and is da chiefly to the larger voioms of stock market trading this year,
4t cltle errands of New Tork there U a small deoreaaa, da mainly to th loss reported at
(Mdiag iron eon tars, aetabt at Plttshort at many of tb dtie la th South and at Paolfle
eoaat points. At Nw EagUnd tier Is only a small loss, and In th comparison with
Beptaenber, 1906, whea trad was very active, many elides report aa lnorsase. Som lra
piwraaaaat Is noted at th Cantral West aad in th Far Wast, and th kxa 1 quit small at a
number of the leading cities, notably at Chicago, Milwaukee aad Indianapolis, while others
report an to area sa, among tbm Bt. Louis, Kansas City and Bt Paul September Blearing
xeeed any preceding month this year. Tb gain over the earlier month is partly du
to th greater aoelTlry U atooks at Nw Tork City and th higher seotirity valae ; one
more bn si nasi day la tbe month this year also helps the monthly state so ret. Comparison li
mad below of hank axabaages by section ooraxlng three years; also th arerag daily
figure sack moath for tha year to date 1
Sua Hi AtlaaOc
Kew tare Cl'ty'"r
A Tetags aattvi
1064 A53.8 II
8 , fl,.7
T II 87.244.104
8.6 870.9 14.84 T
4 8 " 84.814. 711.048
i 12.6 SJ1)1.H4
O.H 8A22.01S 0O0
-168 . 47IA16.0UO
-'J2 . 6164AHM
33 7 41 JV54.1XMI
In th Far Weet many eiti report aa lnereaa over both years, and th gain la one-third
la tha eompaxisoa with September, 1906. Th fl fares in detail follow 1
BERLIN. Oct. 6. Exchange on London,
30 marks pfeiinliiiiM for check.
The rate of dlwount for short bill la
S'g per cent and for three inontb bill 1
; er cent.
Hank Hearten. '
OMAHA. Oct. t Bank clearings fur today
title tV-.4.tf.6..J and lor the tui responding
lirtlc last )ar J,lHJ,4'wi.;'3.
:aaila Ualllon Market. '
I.ijXION. Oil, .'i-Hl,l HAItS-r7 Ui.
AMERICAN fc.VJLtS-;t.s td.
B. l-aul .
Bhmii Oily ....
cw KrM ...
toioai Palls . . ...
W eaters M
4 i 71 I
1 6H417 7
4 J 4.3l t
1 S.44A. 05 2
87 ) jsi,
4 80. 7
1 .44 Jtdi
I 6 1
Dt. I 1808. 1807.1908.1806.lO4. 11803. 11908,
80 S 16S
6 27 1
8 761 S7S)
The official number nf cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hosts. Sheen. H'r'a.
C M. & St. P 2 4 .. ..
Union Pacific 70 IS 23 ,.
C. A N. W., east ..1 1
C. & N. W., west.. .164 11 13 ..
C, St. P., M. AO.. S S ,.
C, B. St Q.. weet..ni 18 8
C, R. I. A P.. east... 4
C, Iu I. A P.. west.. 1 ,. .. 1
Illinois Central 1
'Total receipts ... 469 49 43 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
a ioiiows, eacn Diiyer purchasing the num-
oer ot neaa indicated:
Cattle. Hoes. Sheen
Omaha Packing Co 798 636 316
Bwirt and company l.lfB 9"7 860
Cudahy Paokina Co 1.1143 1.129 1.084
Armour & Co 1,191 1,120 684
V&nsant AY Oo 84
Carey Sc Benton , 211
Lobman A Rothchlld .... 104
w, 1. stphen 48
Hill A Son 24ft
P. P. Lewis 109
Huston A Co., 16
J. fl. Root & Oo.... 427
J. H. Bulla 149
U F. Hues 4.1
L. Wolf 324
McCreary' & Carey 829
Sam Werthlmer 238 i
H. F. Hamilton 185 ,
M. Hagerty A Oo 1C9
Sullivan Bros 8 ..... ....
Lehmer Bros 8 ...... ....
Independent Pack. Co ..... 8,212
Nelson Mnrrla ... 48
Smith A B R6
Other buyers . 661 ..... ..
Total 7,684 3.692 li.045
CATTLE Receipts of cattle this morning
were very large, it beina the heavieet run
of any day in aeveral weeks. Unfortu
nately all other market points were report
ing correspondingly heavy reoeipt. with
prices decidedly lower. Thus Chicago a
tlrst message indicated 32.000 head on sale.
with the market lOfrilbc lower, and Kansaa
. . , . . . . 1 - . . 7. ' : " . r . :
c uy iouowea, witn so.ouo neaa ana 10c lower;
Other markets were correaDoudlnalv unsat-
taciury. w un reports 01 that Kind coming
It was not surprising that buyers at this
point took advantage of the situation to
ppnnd values severely all along the line.
None of them were out In the yards very
eariy, appearing wining to await later de
velopments. inus it happened that it was
well along toward midday -before the mar-
aei reauy openea ana before enough busi
ness wss transacted to establish nuotallnna
The yards were full of beef ataara from
the western range, but there were no
cornfed of any consequence. Under the
mriuencea noted above it is hardly neces
sary to state that the trade was very
biuw in ariiing sianea ana more or less
of a drag throughout the whole aesalnn.
Some of the very choicest beeves did not
show very much change, thus on lot of
very m od rangers Mold ud to 16.69. aa li ah
as anything has brought at this point In
some iime. ine general run or cattle,
however, was around 1015c lower than
last week s close.
Cows and heifers slumned off In about
the same proportion as beef steers, being
quutea anywnere rrom weatt to Itftfl&C
lower according to kind and quality.
A few of the very best fleshy feeders
sold pretty nearly steady, but with all
kinds of killing cattle so much lower feeder
buyers wer able to force a 10l5c decline
on the general run of both Blockers and
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
corn-fed steers, l5.6tKr6.40; common to fair
corn-fed ateer. 84.0tirq6.6O; good to choice
range steers, 14 506 ti; fair to good range
steers, 84.0X1.60; common to fair range
steers, 13.2634. 00; good to choice corn-fed
cows and heifers, 83664.30; good to choice
grass cows and heifers. S3.2MM.7R; fair to
good grass cows and heifers. I2.76fra.26: com
11011 to fair graaa cows and heifers, !3.0tV.j)
2.76; good to choice feeders, 4.16fi4.60; fair
to good stockers snd feeder, M. 6634 IB:
common to fair stockers and feeders, 82.7S4)
o.oo, aioca iteuers, e.. r.oiid.uu.
8 calves... 826 S 26 2 calves... 340 S 70
8 feeders.. 690 8 30 1 bull 930 2 60
21 feeders.. 643 3 86
L. L. Ashbrook Neb.
96 feeders.. 1161 4 86 6 feeders. .1151 3 76
Wilson Bros. Neb.
26 feeders.. 1068 4 00
J. A. Lynch Neb.
20 feeders.. 703 3 36
W. J. Hampton Wyo.
18 feeders.. 1J68 4 86
HOGS The hog market received a severe
Setback this morning. While receipts locally
were emull, most points had liberal run's
for tha first day of the week and were
sending out very discouraging reports aa to
the condition of the trade. Chicsgo espe
cially waa quoted early icufj-lio lower, and
with reports of that kind before their
eyes buyers were extremelv bearish, which
resulted In a slow and lower market. Prices
paid were very uneven, ranting anvwbrra
from 10c to 20c lower than lust 'week'8
close. Today's decline takes the market
10 1110 lueiesi point louctica in some time.
No. AT. 86. Pr. No. Av. gh. Pr.
17 ISO 4S0 I 00 T3 U4 It 143
4' a 10 16 IT. Sue 140 4g
I 34 0 40 II in tn m
73 iU 130 ,T4
!f 0 8 41V,
130 Ut 47 V,
4 loo 47vJ
31 130 4TV,
Jt4 ISO 8 io
" 2rt mo r
5 21 S0 4 60
4' -IS 1!1 IU
' 40 I 63V4
24 10 (3u.
16T ... SI
4., Ill U 8 44 45. ..... .174 40 a
44 H.I 1J9 4 44 ll..,...17d to u
S' 16 ... 146 7. ' 2 !Jf
' Z K5 80 141
1 'IT ... 4 4ft 70 4 . . g w
7' 134 140 46 17 la 40 4J
1.BHE?p-uBheell.rcelDl" wer the smalles
that they have been on a M.Ynduv i... .....
eral weeks. At the same time the demand
was very good and advices from nil other
selling points most encouraging. With
c.tri.viiiius in inpir lavor sellers were able
to force a very stiff advance and th mar
ket went sailing skyward st a very rapid
rate. Aa compared with last Thursday the
market waa ar.ywhere from Sc to 60c
higher. More than that, the trade was
very active at the advance and everything
desirable changed hands at an early hour
in the morning. Good lambs S' Id up to
86.80, while a feeder buyer paid as high as
Sn.lS for lambs that had a good fat end on
them. Good fat yearlings sold up to 840
and old wethers went to the packing house
stll.to. Good Idaho ewe sold a high a
A feature of the aheep trade la the
large run at this point aa compared with
other markets, showing that tlio aheep
business of the country is steadily center
ing here. !-it week Omaha received a
total of 102.6i6 sheep and lambs aa against
a total at Chicago of 82.700. All the other
primary markets romhined, that la Kan
sas City. Bt. Joseph, St. Louis and Sioux
City, had only 78.300 head
Quotations on range or grass sheep and
lambs: Good to choice lamna. 85.4c.p6 1J;
fair to good lambs. 15 '.",6 63; feeding
lambs, S4t"36o0; good to choice light year
lings, 84 40014.76; good to choice heavy vesr.
lings, 84 23414. 60; feeding ytarllr.. U 7.V1
4 00; good to clmii-e neiheis. 14 ir4 40: fslr
to good withers. :i ;&ll'j; feeding wetheis
13."yi3.b6J guod to choice- nes, 8S6Ufl4.16;
74 '341 13U 40
07 !S4 K-0 40
11 Ill 140 4-1
t4 Vol HO 40
44 301 131) 40
43 2U7 10 40
so 114 120 40
33 334 40 I 40
130 I 40
44 143 ... 4 43 V, Hi....
U ft l;o I 4, ',....
76 1A tilt 41V, 44 ...
The Quality of
Tha assets of a bank Bhotlld ba one of th roRootlS '
for your using or not using It In connection with your
bu sin ens.
In looking over the assets of a bnk one naturally
Is Interested primarily In tbe amount of capital and ur
plns Invested, but careful consideration should also b
given to tbe manner of the Investment of the funds left
In th care of the bank.
$11,000,000.00 of Assets
Calla for large responsibility. The care of these fund re
quires th entire time, knowledge and experience of tb
five officer of the bank, to th end that said funds may
be safely Invested In such securities as are readily convert
able Into cash when necessary. . ,
Another Important feature Is the courteous treatment
which this bank endeavors to accord to all Ita customers
no that It may be at all tlmee considered desirable to keep
an account with th . .
First National Bank oi Omaha
18th and Farnam Sla.
fair to good ewes, $1138.66; feeding ewe.
82.00414.78; culls and bucks, 1.0oJt 60.
164 Wyoming lamb ...
4 Wyoming lamoa
167 Wyoming lamb
1.0 yomlng lambs
140 Wyoming lamb
170 Wyoming lamba
140 Wyoming lsmb
2-16 Wvomina- ewes
IN Wyoming lamba, feeders.
SI 2 Wromlna lamba. feeders.
is Wyoming Duck iamb ana
(91 Montana lamba. feeders..
22 Montana lamba. feeders. ......
8H1 Montana lambs, feeders....,
23o .Montana lambs, feeders. ....
417 Wyomina wethers ...
341 Wyoming lambs, feeders...,
6 Wyomina wethers
139 Wyoming lambs
66 Wyomuis: lamba
141 Wyoming lambs
88 Utah lambs
100 Utah lamba, culls
87 Utah ewes
t Utah ewea, feeder...
20 Utah awes, feeder
Av. . Pr.
,73 6 60
Tl 6 ffl
71 6 60
,71 6 60
,70 6 60
, 71 5 50
, 112 4 10
, 63 6 10
, 68 tOO
, 75 . 6
,63 6 25
,87 6 25
,67 6 16
,63 8 V
. HI 4 40
,68 R 00
,114 4 60
,70 6 W
,74 6 60
, 71 . 6 60
,-66 1 6 80
, 60 4 76
.117 4 40
,103 8 26
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle and Hogs Lower .Sheen and
CHICAGO. Oct. B. CATTLE Receipts,
33.000 head market generally lb'tfaOc lower;
steers, 84.4M17.76: cows. 83.266.!6; heifer.
S3.0lMiH.26: bulls, 12.60if4.50: calves, S3.5oej8.60;
stockers and feeders. $'i8rtJ4.60.
HOGS Rece Dts. 29.000 bead: market lot!
15o lower; choice heavy shipping. 86.867.05;
DUTcner, to.w'a'i.uo; iignt, n.4iui."; cnoice
1 1 V. fl STW.1A art. ...Iu. ueiMui, nl
iifiii, W'- "4.. w , r''lpnll.V FBB
W.75.0O: bulk of sales $6.25fc.60.
Brth;j!;f ANU LAMBEJ iteceiots. INl.tro
head; market 26o higher; sheep. 14.004. 60;
lamba, 14.506.60; yearlings. $3.86irj4.83.
Kanaaa City LIT Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Oct. 6. CATTLE Re
ceipt, 86,000 head. Including 8,000 southern;
market ateer lOtgoOo lower; cows 5$10c
lower: choice export ana dressed beet
steers, 14.2667.20; fair to good. I4.603.OI);
western steers. 88.30toM.g5: stockers and
feeders. I3.8mfi4.80: southern steers. 13.VI&
I. in; southern cows, sz.oo.jn; native cows,
II. 7.90; native heifers, 82.6CK4V4.60; bulls,
8i.trVfj8.26; calves, 84.CijdM.7t.
iitius-Keoeipts, 12,000 neaa; market log)
2uo tower: iod. nt.u: du a ot sales, laiotac
6.501 heavy, t6.60i6.76; packera and butchers,
86.2o(JM.70; light. 85.8W6.60: pigs, 84.004J6.79.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Race Dts. 11.000:
market lOfrlSc htglier; lambs. HoftjfS.lO;
ewea and yearling, 83. 76fH.2o ; western
yearlings, 14. 00(64.60; western sheen. 83.50fli
l.ao; aiocaera ana leeaere, 4o.titiej4.za.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. IjOUIB. Oct. R. CATTLR Recalnla.
T.wJO head, Includlnsr 8.400 Texsns; Steady
to 18o lower; native shipping and export
steer, 84.00r;.40; dressed beef and butcher
steers. Kl.3btael.tl0: ateer under 1.000 notmrla
1.1 OllovaVlal! atnrk.r. anrl fapH.ra e aa eK.
cow. and heifers. 32.50rb)5.75; canners. 12.00
e.ca; dumb, i. (wsw.wi; caives, 4.outu7.00;
Texas and Indian steers, 83.76jjo.26; cows
ana neirers, si.ootiM.uu. . .
HOGS Receipts. 6.200 head: market irvai
evo tower; pigs ana lights. 83.60(96.30:
packers. Ifi.wvflH.so; butchers and best
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, J.000
head; msrket steady; native muttons. 14.20
iUT.no: umne, o.ou'atj.w cuus and bucks.
83.604T4.00; stockers, 82.064J3.75.
flt. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 6 CATTLE Recelnta
6.000 head: market 10tSl6c lower; steers, 84.C0
trn.io; cows anoi neuers, i.'.oofarj.oo; calves
HOGS RecelotS. K.Oofl head: market
tVffloe lower; top, $6.80; bulk of sales, $4. If
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt s, 8,000
head; market 16if20a lowers lambs, $3.608
a.w. . .
OMAHA QBXEftAI, KARKBTS.
Condition at Trwde and ttnotattans
tanl and raaer Prnataeo,
BUTTER Creamery. No. 1 dellvored to
retail trade In carton, 13c No. 1. In M
tubs, 12 He: ln w)-lD- tuD- Na
8 in o-lb. tub, WW, no g, in av-io. tuna.
Sic; No. 1, in 1-lb. carton. Ho: No. t, la
carload lets, 11 "40; No. 2, In carload lota,
ldn9V4o; country, fanoy, tubs, 17o; eom
tons--Fresh candied, ivo per aoxen.
CHE ESK Finest Wisconsin full cream.
twins. 14V4c; young America. 4 In hoop.
16c; favorite, I In hoop, 14Vc: daisies, Su in
hoop. 16Hi oream brick, run ease. i8Vtc:
half cas. 13 c; halt dosen brtoks, 14a No
quotations on Swiss nor Umberger nntil
SU JAR Coars granuutea, , 8.600 1 tin
granulated, i.70o; cubes, .6oti pondered,
860o per lb.
BBi,r CUTB-No. 1 rib. 17V4oi No. S rib.
HHc; No. S rib, 6Vto; No. 1 loin, 20c: No. 8
loin, lie: Jtto. 8 loin, bhki; tio. 1 cuueg. vc:
No. S chuuk. 4,a; No. S chuck. 4c; No. 1
round. SV4c; No. 1 round. 7u; No. round.
Vc: No. 1 Plate, Se. Ne. S plate, 4Vfcc; No.
6 plate, 844c.
DRKSsku rot7i.TKX Bquaoe, tin
VEGETABLES Celery. Michigan, per
don., 860. Beans, new. wax and spring, otia
third bu. basket, 11.00; navy, per bu., No. L
83.7V; lima, tko per id. caDoaje, 10 per in.
Potatoes, new, per bu.. $1.10, Tomatoes,
er e-saaket orate, too. Watermelons, 2644
o. Cantalopes. California. lieOtil-OO per
erst. Asparagus,' per dos., 16c: Cucum
ber, par dos., too. . onions, Bermuda. i..j
bar orate; Texas yellow, 41-86 per crata
Mushrooms, cultivated, per lb.. 6O0. Let
tuce, per dos., 860. Peppers, southern, U
FRESH FRUITS-Apple. O.764JS.00 per
bu. box. Lemons. 84.5o4 & K. Oraagea, $4.06
66.00. Bananas, 4o per lb. Pluma, 4L36 per
4-basket crata Peaoh Callromla, lewo
per box; Texas, 4-bask.et eraie. '-y,oc.
Pear. $1.60 per 4-baakel crate. Blackber
ries, $4.00 pef orate. Raspberries, 84 00 per
orate. Chsrrlaa. 11. 35. Currant. $2.00 par
rate. Gooasbsrrle. $2.00 per orate.
LIVE POULTRY Hena, 801 springe, UHof
roosters. So; ducks, young, 8c; old. 7Voj
Sees. 80; turkeys, 14c; pigeons, too pef
oxen; aquaba, $100 per dosen.
DRIED FRUITS Raisins, loos Museatsl.
(o; fancy seeded. 1-lb. oarton, 10c Cur
rants, uncleaned, tfco; cleaned, 80; carton.
80 per lb. Prunes. tOQbOo per sack; IWa
per lb. Aprloota, kt-lb. ooxes, ' 80 per lb.
PeachetCallforDla choice, 801 fncy box.
11c pr ib. Para California, lie, Datea,
Persian, SViro. Fig, lay era, choice, la.
Citron. IStleUov' Lemon peel. Uu. Oraag
FISH Halibut. So: trout. 14c; pickerel, lie:
pike, 14o; bullhead, aklnned and dreaaed.
lie; whit perch. So; white baas, 17a; black
bass, 88c; erapples, I60; white flsb. Mo;
red snapper, 14c: flounders. 12a; macker1,
17c; codfish, fresh froken, lie; abed ros, 4&08
melts, lie; frog lg. 46c green sea turtle
meat, 26c; catfish, 16c; eel, per lb.,-18c,
HIDES Quotation by J. S. Smith eh Co.:
Green salted No. 1. 10c; No. X So; bull
hides. No. 1, So; No. 2. 7c; horse hide.
$2.60; sheep pelts, $60 to $1.60; dry pelts. 10a
to Uo per lb.) dry flint butcher bides, 13c)
dry fallen hides, 11c; dry salted hides. So.
DULUTH, Oot. 6.-
WHEAT No. 1 north.
ern, ll.OL'H; No. 8 northern, tlOUH: Decem
ber, $1.01V; May, $1.06; October, $1.01 1
Sionz City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITT. Oct. 6. (Special Telegram.)
CATTLE Receipts, 4,600 head; market 10
'15 lower; beeves, $4,5047.00; grsss cowa
$2.60(8.60; feeders. $2.7&34.26; calves and
HOGS Receipts, $,100 head; market lofi:
Joe lower; range, $6. IOCS. 60; bulk of sales,
Stork la Slaht.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday were as fol
St. Louis ,
.. .. 6.000
. .86,600 67,800 60,600
NEW YORK. Oct. 6. METAIiS The
London tin market was lower todav, with
spot closing 133 17s 6.1 and futures 136
7s td. The local market was higher in
London, with spot at SlS.36ft29.64. Copper
was higher In London, with spot at 60
13s 9d and futures 60 10s. The local market
wss dull and unchanged, with Lake $18.87V4
644; electrolytic, $13.32v46 13..17V1 and
tasting. $12.WVr,i3.12H. I-ead advanced to
31 0s In London. The local market was
dull and unchanged at $4.44 474. Spel
ter waa unchanged at 19 Us ln London.
The local market remained dull at 1.7Ji
64.47V. Iron was unchanged at 60a foi
standard foundry; Clevelarl warrants were
lower at 61s HVti in London. locally the
market was unchanged; No. 1 foundry
northern, 16.5V17 25; No. 2 foundry north
ern, $16.00a.l6.75; No. 1 southern and No. 1
southern soft, $16.7&S17.i'r.
BT. LOUIS. Oct. 6 METALS l.ud firm,
at $4.82V.. Spelter ateady, at $4.66.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails.
NEW YORK. Oct. t.-EVAPORATKD
APPUiS Market Is quiet, with early
new crop fruit quoted at 6!(tHt-;
choice to fancy 1S07. 7jjc: low
grades, 4Vi&Ac. Prime fruit fop November
delivery are quoted at tc, but there la lit
tle business at that price.
DRIKD FRUITS Prunes are In moder
nte Jobbing demand, with quotations rang
ing from 44&lSc for California, and 6V4 'a 7Vc
for Oregon. Apricots sre said to be a
shade easier on the roast, but the local
market continues stealy, with choice quoted
at hftjSVrc: extra choice, osteite, and fancy,
lOdf.oV"'. Peaches quiet Mild barrlv steadv,
with rholce quoted at 7I&7V1C; extra choice,
trc; fancy, &Vtj9e. Raisins are dufl, with
loose muscatel quotod at 4$Jt(c; choice
to fancy seeded, SrrW'.e: edles, 4TatJttc,
and Ixirjday layers, $1.60tl.6n.
NEW YORK, Oct. 6. COTTON -Future
opened steady; October. 8.76c; December,
8 57c; January, 8.36c; March. 8.34c; May,
8 86c; July, 8 33r; August, 8. lie.
Spot closed quiet, lu points decline; mid
dling uplanda. 9.06c; middling gulf, 8 30c;
sales. 4o bales.
GALVESTON, Tex.. Oct. 6. COTTON
Lower, at vc.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 5. COTTON
Spot, easier; low ordinary. 4Ve. nom
inal; ordinary. 6 6-14c. iinmliuil; go.nl
ordinary. c; low nilddlina. ',,''. mid
dling 8c; good middling, y..-; mlddlm
fair. 9 S-16c; fair. 10 S-16c. nominal. Re
ceipts. 7.742 bales; stock. 72.166 bales
ST. LOUIS. Oct. t COTTON Mat ket.
tic loser; middling. He. rlales, none: re
ceipts, 1,144 bales; shipments, 1.207 bales:
stock, 8,491 bales.
GRAND AUCTION OF
CANADA WHEAT LANDS
HaHkatoon & Western Ltuid Co. to Offer
250,000 Acres of Choice, Rich, Vir
gin Saskatchewan Prairie, at City
of Hcglna, (Kt. 13, 18, 1,
IB, 16, 17.
Ballroad Tar to Buyers. Slig raylnjr
Investiuent for City People a
Well aa Parmer.
At auction! Thtnk of it!
Two hundred and fifty thousand acres
of the creani of Canada Wheat Land in the
Province of Skatchwan, Western Can-
by the Saskatoon A Western Land Co
Ltd., at the City of Reglna, Saskatchewan:
Canada, October 13, 13. lilt, 16 17 1908
Her Is your opportunity to get your Dick
of farms, rlghf in the hesrt " f tWgre.t
t!l fJ'11 row1n" country in tbe world.
Whether you want to farm It or not It Is
a big and rapid paying inveatmenL You
dp not have to live oa tbe land to get the
rlslng?r " valuM- -n1 to niarkt is
Make your plans to go to Reglna now.
Get ready to go and go.
VASQS MAP A ATS BO A0 BOOK TMXB
If you desire more complete advance In
formation, send to our Reglna office for
our large map and 80 page book full of
dejicrlpilone and illustrations of land
crops homes from actual photograph
Remember till book 1 absolutely
Write for It. Address The baakaloon A
Western Land Company, Ltd., Reglna, Sas
The Saskatoon A Western Land Com
pany a auction will be held at Rosins. Sas
katchewan. Canada. Nowhere else! ?t will
be held In the Saskatoon A Western Land
Company a own pavilion. Nowhere else.
It will be held October 12, 18, 14, It 14 If
Remember the dates. Don't get there
TOO OUT TITLB PBtOM TKI CROWST
AW XHOISPUTASIia TITin
Here sre the Terms: Teai per oent of
the purchase price at the time of the aaln
iriii.iiuivi vi regular rirsi payment of 88
per acre in 10 days, remainder In eight
equal annual Installments with interest at
4 per cent. Survey fees of 10 cents per
acre, payable with last installment ...
"By ualng tee various dapartmenla of Th
Bee Want Ad Pagea you get th best re
gulls at tbe least expense.
Upon a parcel being knocked down the
bidder shall Immediately make a deposit
of 10 per cent of the purchase price with
the Clerk of Hale. Otherwise the parcel
may be put up again, or withdrawn from
The company reserves the right to with,
draw any of the landa from sale.
OITB omop WXX.I. MOrna thakt pat
TO at TAB LAND
Uigur it out yourself. The average
Saskatchewan yield Is: Wheat, from 20 to
26 bushels per acre; oats, from 80 to 48
bush. -Is per acre:, barley, from 20 to 80
bushels per acre, and so on.
rail MAILAOAO TBI? TO BTTXBSJ
To every purchaser of 140 acres or mora
we will return his railroad far ln full.
When buying your railroad ticket get a
regular railroad receipt from the. agent,
allowing the point from which you started
and tiie amount paid, also the name of the
railroad company, the data of purchase of
your ticket and the signature of the rail
EXCURSION' RATES OCT. 6
Chicago Si orthwtsra From Chicsgo
$3S.7,0; Milwaukee., $36.25; Omaha, $37
Ites Moines. $.15 25; Council Bluffs
336 60; Houlx City, f84 60 : Standard'
sleeper, 17. ' '
Chicago, Milwankee at St. Panl From
I'lilcugo, 833 50. Milwaukee, $34.26; Du
buque, S3S Mb ; Davenport, $16 25. Stand
ard slpeper. $7.
WUoonsln Oentral From Chicago, $3$ 50!
Burlington From Chicago. $38.60; St
l-oiii. $48: Peoria. $39; Hurllngton, Is '
$60:-Hock Island. II). $36 lb; Keokuk
la . 837 76; l(annilal. Mo, $0 '
Soo-Paolflo From Chlcage, $38.50; Kt
Paul. $16 bu: Milwaukee. S SO. pes
Moines. $36.2i.; Prorla, $39; c edar Rp.
Ids. $34; Madison. Wla. $33 60.
riiiiilsr rta will be given on all other
lines, and excui slonlsta will be taken on
t all Intermediate points along all lines.
THK SASKATOON A WESTERN LAND '
' O. Ltl . City of Raglan, Pro lut gf gaa
Waulisaan. Can,y, M J,