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THK OMAHA DAILY HEE: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24. 190.
CKALS AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cables Have a Tendency to Came a
ROWD INCLINED TO LONG SIDE
..-: Freer r and Thli Adttim rrleee
r..n Close af the liar efera
. Araentlna Weatfeer
OMAHA. Oct. U. lfA
m hiiil a ti nuwrn jr to cause low.T
. ..!--. inn tl.it crowd was inclined to
,.! During tiie first trading and a as
i -uj, i i tic briskly which advanced prices fom
; merday'g does.
lurmer wuincr In Argentina caused
amor feeling later and value sagg'J
uwer. Heavy ralna In Ih southwest also
1 r me a factor.
Wheat started firm and advanced on
- mil Wnylng on yesterday's break and In-HNi-cl
export aalea. taster feeling de
fioU later on reports of warmer Argen
tina weather and raina In the south le
irmtwr wheat opened at K?o and. closed
Corn continued weak and values slumped
unJer heavy selling on all bulges, with
very little support from the bull factors.
Cash irn allowed no bettar strength and
farmers are offering that naw crop freely
us it la picked. December corn opened at
ii',c and closed at 6Vc.
Primary wheat receipts wera t.077,000 bu.
and shipments wera M7.ono bu. against re
ceipts last year of 1.0"3,000 bu. and ship
ments of iM.0 bu.
Corn receipts were 233,000 bu. and ship
ments were 101, mo bu.. against receipts last
rsr of W7.0U0 bu. and shipments of 488.0A)
Clearance were 17.000 bu. of corn, 178 bu.
of outs and wheat and flour equal to 8S1,-
Liverpool closed "VSld lower on wheat
and unchanged to Hd higher on corn.
Seaboard reported K0,uy0 bu. of wheat
1 ikn for export.
Ivornl range of options:
!l oH: No." i fi-.Tthrrn. Ii.0ii1 "fV. No. I
r-orthern, STcfclM '0.
HRAN In b ilk. 117 BOfilS '.
KIXCR (jnirt; first patents, t 26A ?o:
second paints, ts.rtrrts Js ; first clears, ti W
W4.SSI). second clearn, I2J3.;U
SEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Ar'.U-les.l Open. 1 I!lgh. law. Close. Yes'y.
V heat-l T I i I
Iec... ftt OT H 93 1 MTi
May... ? sr-a 1 I 7' Wl
Pec.l.. Mi MVl
May... 674 iT 67 67H 74
Oiiis I I
Pec... 4fi'i( 4WC... V4 4SH
May... 7 474, 47'al 47V4I 47
M5W YORK I.KMHAL MARKET
quotations f the Day aa Varlaae
NRW YORK. Oct. -FI.OUR -Receipts,
.) bbls.; exports. ISt.ao bbls. Market was
dull, but steady; Minnesota intents, $5.36
6-7; winter straights. 14 S0fi4 : Minnesota
bakers. HZHMfc: ulntrr ntintt ti
; winter xtraa. 3 51i3.J : winter low
gradea, 3 4iJ8.9U. Rye flour, steady ; fr.lr to
?oo.1. U 2MM Ruckwheat flour, easy at
.i3 to per KIO lbs., spot and to arrive.
CORNMKAL Quiet; fine white and yel
lnwi ro"r!,e. H 6.Wirl.70; kiln dried l1.7ofll.7i.
IUE Pull; No. 2 western. Si Vic t- o.
b. New York.
BARi.EY-Qulet; malting, filfl'So, c. I.
York" o; feedln-. lc. c. 1. f. New
,?ATRr,l,P,' ZW0 bu.; exports.
iv'S.. 5!rV ! ,poi rule'1 N"- !
l.M1.f4, "levator; No. J red. I1.0R4. f. O.
?'..t; No- 1 northern puluth. 11.12. f.
o. b. afloU; No. hard winter. f. n. b.
arioet. Owing to better Argentine weather
and prospective bearish weekly sta
tistics on Monday wheat was wak and
L'!"' t- closing Kc b-rlow laat
eVfJ?. Member. H.nR 1-K01.1O closed
May' IWMil.los, closed H.09.
CORN -, Receipts, 1.075 bu.; spot ruled
fsy! No- 2- 774c, nominal, elevator, and
jv nominal, f. o. b. afloat to arrive,
tptlona easy, with wheat, closlna Wc net
lower. Pecember. 73Vu7lo. closed 7r.c:
May, 71 lie
steady; mixed, y,
natural white, 2d
Clipped white, 32 to 40 pounds,
rtai-nrm; spring bran.
138,900 bu.: spot ruled
to 32 pounds, &24c;
to 31 pounds, 6vB63c;
S5c ; good to
I hard. B14c: No. i hard.
hard, 89QVlc; No. 3 spring,
No. I. M4c: No. 2
r, 64c; No. 1 white,
!-'a:iJ4c; No. 4
CORN No. 2,
yellow, 6c; No.
iATB No. 4
Tl44Vc: No. 1
... M44p; standard. 45c.
IIYK-No. 2, attc; No. I. 8c
WheaL Corn. Oats.
.... 84 IS 74
.... 4J I 4
No. 3 yellow.
No. 4 white,
(MKtliU (,RA1M AND PROVISIONS
l eataeea of ta TralaaT aal Clasla
rrlcea eat Board of Trade.
t'HICAOO. Oct. SS.-Weakness of the
V:tiropen grain marketa had a depresalng
effect today on the local market, final quo
tations showing net losses Of 4 to tT4C
t:rn was firm, oats steady and provisions
With the exception of a brief period early
In the day, the wheat market waa Inclined
to be weak, and at the close prlca were
almost at the bottom. Influenced by de
c!:nea at European grain centers, the mar-sri-t
opened easy, with prices 4-4c to H4c
below yesterday's close. Within the first
ten minutes, however, prices had been run
up about half a cent on active buying by
commission houses and pk traders, which
was baaed on a portion of a dispatch from
Argentina regarding the amount of damage
to the growing wheat crop by the recent'
frosts. According to first versions of this
dispatch, the damage waa estimated at
a limit 40 per cant of lha total crop. Later,
when it became known that the 40 per cent
leferred onky to one district and the dainuge
to the entire crop was no more than had
been previously entlmated. a great muny of
the early buyers turned sellers, which
caused a quick decline. During the re
inumder of the day the market continued
weak and before the decline wa checked
prices had dropped approximately one cent
troin the high point of the day. Wet
weather in the aouthwest Inspired some Bell
ing throughout the entire session. Rains
were HKuln general In the winter wheat belt
west of the Mississippi river and snow was
reported In Nbrasaa and western Iowa,
but the precipitation east of the Mississippi
river was atlll a negative quantity. Re
ceipts of wheat In the southwest showed
some falling off, but the movement in the
northwest was still liberal. Exporters
tlHlmed an absence of export buslnesa hera
or at the seuboard. but the actual clear
nnea of former sales were liberal, being
SM.uuO bu. Total exports for the week, as
ported by Hradetreets. were eual to .
l.H.oto bu. Cash wheat here waa easy and
offerings were liberal. ' ITImary receipts
were l.u77,(M bu., compared with l.WXl.OOO
bu. the corresponding (lay a year ago.
Minneapolis, Puluth and Chicago reported
r.'i-eluia of 31 cars, against U7i cars last
week and Ml cars a year ago.
Corn was firm all day. despite the slump
In wheat. The close was firm, with prices
a shade to 4c higher, pecember closed at
(U'.4iHc and May at 24'0-,Hc. Ucal re
ceipts were Wi cars, with 11 of contract
Oats were easy early lit the day. but
rulllcd In eympathy with the nrmness or
corn. The market closed steady, with Ue- i
ct'iiiber at 474c and May at 494c. Local re
ceipts were 179 cars.
Trade In provisions was dull. At the close !
p. lies were ic higher to 1'" lower.
Ksllmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
7 cars; corn. 71 cars; oata. 144 cars; hogs
13,tu head. . , ,,
'Hie K-ai'.liig futures rarged Bi follows.
dungs, 123.00; city. 123.80.
..'JPPS f"1': state, common
' crop, Uiic; i07 crop,
iJL. c(,f. 108 crop, DC 11c;
HIPES-Essy; Central America, 19Vic
LEATHER Quiet; acid, 23429o.
PROVISIONS-Mef. steady, family, ll.7Rr
18S0; mess. llS.ontmtO; beef hwms $79 .0!
81.00; packet, llS.OOfi 15 50: city extra Ir.dla
mess. $24 RofWROn. Cut meats, steady; pickled
.-iii-, sio.uix(nn.M); pickled hams. JU.80W
liuu. ira, easy; western, n 8rh9.K; re-
rinei, easy; continent, $10.30; South
lc. $11.25: conioound. 7
quiet; family, 12n.on4rW.gO;
22.00; mess, $16.00.
6c; country (pkgs. free),
RICE Dull; domestic.
6c: Japan, nominal.
1'OULTRY-Allve, quiet; spring chickens,
jj-c; iowis. 13'c; turkeys. 14?.. Dressed
easy; western spring chickens, lTlrtc;
iowis, iroiic; spring turkeys, lOWlOc.
Bl:TTER Steady ; creamery specials,
CHEESE Quiet: state, full cream,
tohi-r, fancy, small, 124c; large. 12c.
BOG 8 Firm; atate. Pennsylvania
nearby fancy selected, white, 3p40c.
hort clears, $20.v0
(12 no per
fair to extra,
WEATHER 1ST THE GHAI.f BELT
Fair suad Warmer for Satarday Is the
OMAHA. Oct. 23. 1908.
The western area of high pressuro has
extended eastward over the upper Missis
sippi valley and Lake region and south
over the southern Rocky Mountain slopj
causing a very decided drop In tempera
turo from the mountains east to the Mis.
aiaalppl river. Rains continue
of the high pressure, and are
morning in ti middle Mississippi and
lower Missouri valleys and Oklahoma. The
eastern area of high pressure Is moving
off the upper Atlantic coaat. A depression
has appeared on the aouth Atlantic and
ralna are general In the east Gulf and
south Atlantic states, and are extending
north up the coast. Temperatures are
higher east of the Mississippi river. They
are rising rapidly In the northwest and the
weather will be warmer In this vlclnltv
Saturday, with continued far tonight anil
Omaha record of temperature and pre
cipitation compared with the corresponding
day of the past three years.
1908. 1907. 1907. 1905.
MlrTlmum temperature .. $7 44 4! M
Precipitation 00 . 00 . 84 . 21
Normal temperature for today, 61 degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March 1,
Deficiency corresponding period In 1907,
Deficiency corresponding period In 1906,
4.04 Inches. .
L. A. WELSH. Local Forcaster.
Cross Current in MoYementi
Values Unsettle Market.
reserve, shows: Available cash bilsners,
$li.OM.147: gold coin ami bullion. $l.-:M.Ml;
gold certificates, $37.9f.7
PROFESSIONALS CONTROL LEADERS
Declines Are Met Tilth Supporting
Orders a ad F.aeh nise ftrlage
Selling; Orders to Take
REPORT OF THK t I.F.ARIMJ IIOt'SE
Traasaclloas of the Associated Hanks
for the Week.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23 RisdstreeCs bank
clearings report for the week ending Oc
tober 22 shows an aggregate of $2.7-1.119.,X,
a aaninst $2 Kt4.01g.mo last week and SO. 137.
847.000 In the corresponding week last year.
The following Is a list of the cities:
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. There were many
cross currents in the movement of stock
quotations today, but none of them was
very w4du. The tone was unsettled and
confused In consequence. The dominant
Influonee In oVternilnli g the altitude of the
professional traders town d the market was
the action of the handful of prominent
stocks which have been the leaders of the
market throughout the sumrrer. In these
It was rather ebvajua that the price move
ment war restrained by encountering orders
oppoied to the movement before It had run
far. An advance In the price attracted
selling pressure, while ny recession
brought In buying orders sufficient to
cherk the decline.
The selling developed each time at about
the price where dealings yesterdaj left off.
Such a movetnet.it suggests a feeding out
of stcck to take profits, with careful sup
tort asserted when the selling makes any
Impression on the price. It was partlou
larly notable In the two Harrlman Faclfics,
et. Paul, the two Hill railroads and Read
ing. It was the cause of the final decline
and weak closing. At the same time there
was some positive strength shown at other
points which served as a sustaining force
againat the current of the profit-taking.
The copper Industrials were a prominent
Instance. This group. Including the mining
and smelting stocks, war helped bv the
rews from the coppi r metal market. Prices
were advanced agnlr- at tho New York
Metal exchange and It was reported that
sowiethlng like excitement was beginning
to be shown In the buying by consumers
of copper. In American Sugar nleo there
was the effect of trade deve!opment,
grades of refined sunsr having risen In the
qui tailons. Cnlted States Steel, while mov
ing moderately, touched tfie high price of
the year at 4t4. on September S, the day
before the list quarterly dividend was de
ducted, the stock touched the same quota
tion. The quarterly report of the carpora
tlon Is to be published next Tuesday and
the speculation Is Inclined to assume a
favorable showing as to earnings and un
filled orders on hand. Reports of Intended
purchases of equipment bv railroad com
panies are In favor of the steel stocks also.
An advance In traction shares was at
tributed to the result of the election In
Cleveland agairjit the 3-cent fare fran
chlse, as an Indication cf the drift of public
sentiment on the question of restrictions
on public utilities corporations.
The general news events of the day had
little reflection In the stock market. For
eign markets showed some revived un
easiness over the reported hitch In the
negotiations for a settlement between
Turkey and Bulgaria. London sold some
stocks In this market and there was an
early upward movement In the exchange
rate. The promise of a amall gain In rash
by the banks as a result of tho week's
currency movement was a corroliratlor
of laat week's evidence that the present
interior requirement for currency had been
appeased. '1 here was a slight discount on
New York exchange at Chicago todav. how.
in advance ever, which Is the first time this week. The
falling this money market remains In a tranquil state.
Announcement mat hearings will be
begun next month In the government suit
to annul the merger of the railroads under
Harrlman control served as a reminder of
such a suit, which loomed large at one
time In the speculative view, but which
has long been lrst sight of.
The week's exports showed a heavy move,
ment of grain. what with flour. 1U27.926
bu.. ag against 4.45S.027 last week, while
there was a Jump In corn exports to 181,417
bu. from 62,a3 last week.
laVriUm ",',."lmi Total ,alpp' rar value,
$3,074 noo. Lnlted States 2s registered de
cl ned 4 per cent on cull.
Following were the soles and range of
prices on the Stock exchange today:
. , . 8ln. Hl(h. Low
St. I.oals Oeaeral Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 23. WHEAT Weak :
track. No. 2 red, cash, $1.0?il.34: No. 2
hard, 98C&11.0O4; December, 9c; May,
CORN Steady: track, No. 2 cash, 649c,
new; No. 3 white. Tie. old; December, 604
fl04c; May, 14ipliic.
OATS Bteady : track. No. ! cash. 46;
No. 3 white, 4Wrtl604c; December, 46c;
RYB Nominal; 734V.
FIX3CR Steady; red winter patents. $1.S
&4.S0; extra fancy and straight, $4 2ixfit.tt;
CORNMKAL $3 0.
BRAN Higher; sacked, cast track, 99c
HAY-Steady; timothy, $8.&gl3.50; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-$l.00.
"""P T W I N F 7c.
PROVIS'ONS- Pork. lower; jobbing $14 St
Lard, lower; prime steam, $n.;5'9.sr?'.,. ,y
salt meats (boxed), unchanged; extra
shi rts, Slo.W ; clear ribs. $10.60; short clear,
$10.fi24. Bacon (boxed), unchanged; extra
shorts, $11.50; clear ribs. $11.50; short clears.
POI LTRY Dull; chickens. 74c; springs.
10c: turkeys, 12c; ducks, 74c; goese, 4c
Bl'TTKR Quiet: creamery. 21C27V.C.
KGUS Higher; 21e, case count.
. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls i.ono 9t-i
Wheat, bu 69.000
Corn, bu 3t.i0 l'oooo
Oats, bu , 82,0ti0 rti.uoa
Articles J Open. 1 High. Low. I Close. Yea'y
1 O-Vs: 1 34,1 024H
I 74 'V
I &4I us: 63
IS24iS C7fi3 24tl 4
1T tv2't( 1'W 4J"I -
14744! 474; 474
I 44i A 4ti
I 18 40
Jan. I IS 40
Mav I U 30
16 324; 15 K4
8 25 I
8 36 I
Kansas City (irala and Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Oot. i?. WHKATl'n.
1 changed to 4c higher, leccmber, 924;
I Mav. W4c; July. 914c Cath: No. 2 hard,
, fWc-'all 01 ; No. hard, f24f9'4c; No. J red.
jSl.ol: No 3 red. Mci(itl.01.
1 CORN lc higher; December. B'c; Mav.
74c; July, 674c. Cash: No. 2 mixed. 3Uf
7c; No. Z mixed. S.'fni6c; No. 2 white, 613
tf7o; No. 3 white, .nc.
OATB exchanged : No.
No. t mixed, 464u47c.
R F ft -Tec.
HAY Bteady: choice timothy,
choice prairie. $i.25i.50.
UI "ITER Firm: creamery, extra
parking stock. 174c.
KOi8 lc higher; fresh extras. 2c: cur
rent receipts. 22c.
.... . . . , Receipts. Shipments
Wheat, bushels 8S 40000
Corn, bushels 4.000 i:'ot
Oats, bushels 13,000 lllooo
Quotations at Kansas City aa reported by
Logan Bryan. 112 Board of Trade:
$9 50 10.00;
I Open. I High. Low. Close.
Cash quotations were aa follows:
Fl.orR-Markct steady; winter palents,
$r04.86; winter straights. $4.2tj4 i; winter
clears, $3.64iH.t; spring patents. $ 2foa.fc0;
spring straights. $4uu45; buKeis i.'Kl
WHKAT No. I spring. tl.0il.03; No. i
sprtna. 96ci4)l M; N- red. IM4tW4H0.
CORN No. $, 704a71c; No. 2 yellow. 7sc.
o.V'tS-No. :i. 44c; No. 3 white. 454U-i--
HYK-No. !. lie. .
BARI.EY-CtKHl feellng. S.'HffSS: tlr
to ehoiee malting. 6o?j ji c.
fKKPH --Flax. No. 1 north weatern. $1.25.
Prime t im thy, $'.Io Clover, contract grade,
FKOVIBIONS Short ribs, sides (loos.-).
$v0f4ii. 0. M"rs H,rk. per bbl.,'$ I.S tTli fcV
Lard. l r IV lt . ti.n i9.624. fihort clear
sl.tes (boxed 1. I 5"9 76.
Following wtrv Hie r.-.elpts and shipments
of fiour and grain:
Flour, bbls Jtt.108 o.4)
Whtat. bu Worn) iH.a
Crn. bu HB.5i 8l.l0)
t. bu 1. Ii6.0o0
Kye. bu ) 1.000
Harlev. bu 9.a 34,
irj the Produce exchange (o-lay the but
ter market wa steady; vrean.ei ies, iuffibc;
dairies, ls.ia-. Kggs. steady; at mark.
ess Included. lS-lc; firsts. !4c; prune
fl'sts, 25c. Cieese. steady. 1244 U4c.
...! W.i 67
...I 574 574.KV574f(S!
Ualath Gralst Market.
PIMjCTH. O't- 23. WHEAT No. 1 north
ern. tl.oS4; No. 3 northern, $1 IW-em-er.
$1,114; May. 1 Or.-r. $;':;
Mlaoeaoolla Oral Market.
MINNEAPOLIS Oct- 23. WH PAT-Pe-r-niber,
$i 0im014: May. $1 04.
C-asu; f(9. x Eard, $1.C; Nc. X noribern.
Philadelphia Prodace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 23.-Bl'TTKR-Steady.
fair demand: extra western cream
ery, 2c; extra nearby prints. 80c.
EtlUS Fair, good demand: Pennsylvania
and other nearby firsts, free rases, 2Kc at
mark; Pennsylvania and other current re
ceipts. In returnable cases, 27c at mark;
western firsts, free cases. 2So at mark;
western current receipts, free cases. 2oij27e
CH EES E Quiet, firmer: New York full
creams, choice, 134c; fair to good, 124 13c.
Am. ('. v
Am. c. r. prd
Am. Cotton Oil.
Am. II. A L. pf
Am. Ice Securities
Am. Unuid oil
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. t A R
Am. g. A R. pfd
Am. Kussr Refining
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coaat Lin....
Baltimore A lbto
Bat. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pacific ,
Central Leather pfd
Central of New Jersey.,
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago A N. W
C, M. A 8t. P
C. C. C. A Bt. L ,
Colorado P. A 1
Colorado A 80
Colo. A go. 1st pfd
Colo. A 80. Hd pfd
Delaware A Kudaos
Denver A Rio Grande..
D. A R. O. pfd
Dimmers' Securities ...
Erie lat pfd
Krle id pfd
Ureat Hon hern pfd
Ot. Northern Or ctfa..
IBt. Met. pfd
International Paper ....
Int. Paper pfd
International Pump ....
Ioa Central 4
Kanaaa I'll; 80
K. C. So. pfd
Louisville A N
Minn A 81. L
M . St. F A 8. 8. M...
M , K. A T
M.. K. A T. pfd
New Vork Central
N. V . O. A W
Norfolk A W ...
P.. C. r. A St. L
Preaaed Steel car
Pullman Palace Car ...
Rallsav Steel Spring ..
Republlo Steel pfd......
Rock lalaod Co
Rock Island Cu. pfd....
St. L A . P ?d pfd..
St. Louie s W ..:
S. L. 8. W pfd
S'.ui.i-8hcr?leld S. A I..
So. Pacific pfd
So. Railway pfd
Tennessee Copper ,
Texas A Pacific
T. , St. L. W
T.. St. L. A W. pfd....
I'nlon Pacific, pfd
I'. 8. Rubber
I-. 8 Rubber 1t pld...
C g. Steel pfd
Va -Csro. them, pfd..,
Weatern t nlon
W A L. E
1,10) &04 494
M0 1474 1474
. TJ .Mft
. 4 I'M
OMAHA LIVE STUCK MARKET
Very Light Ran of Cattle, with Trade
LITTLE CHANGE IN H0G MABKET
Total sales tor the day. sl&.ta) aharee.
I. os Anai-lns
Washing-ton, D. C. ...
Halt Lake City
res Moines ,
Prrlnarf'eld, Mass. ..
Da v ton
Jacksonville, Fla. ...
Charleston. 8. C. ...
Wilmington, Del. ...
Wheeling-. W. Va. ..
Kalamasoo, Mich. ..
Cedar Kaptda, la. ...
Kargo, N. D
Rioux Falls. 8. D...
South Bend. Ind. ...
Jacksonville, 111. ...
Columbus, 8. C
Clearings. I Inc. Doc.
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1 19.tsa' I'-'.O
43.o:9 oo 6.1
24.102.OfO' I 52.4
28. 37.000! 21.1
10.O22.0iW 10. S
9,372 0001 21.7
10.14H 000' IS. 7
7.9vtooo 15.0 1
'0 000l s.
12 110IW 4n
5 .40110001 10 7
(Wl fiooi 1.9
4 ftM ojioi ( s
27'nof 10. n
4 790.000! 19.
140001 24 9
' .S iMonni 17.
am" 000; jo
2 9X7.0001 11.7
2.W!3 0f 17.2
1.IW4 0II01 24.0
2.100 0O01 12.5
2.070 l 0.0
1.740 000! 22.
1 77.0001 6.8
1.314 0001 9.2
1.6 10.000I 2.6i
1.242 00111 8.1
1.452 0001 8
SJ.OOOI I 10.0
1.216 0001 18.4!
791,0001 i 31.6
677 0OOI 0.4
411.000 21 .1
247 000 10.2
21,392 0001 33.7
692 0001 17.7
Not Included In totals becais 'JOntalB
ng other 1 tarns tnan clsarlnaVk
5H York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23.-PRIME MER
CANTILE PAPER-4344 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business. In bankers bills at 64.84000
4.8473 for sixty-day bills, and at $4.M0 for
demand. Commercial bills, 4.S44fr4.&44
SILVER Bar, 614c: Mexican dollars. 45c
BONDS Government, easier; railroad,
MONEY On call, ateady at 144H4 pt"'
cent: ruling rate, 14 per cent; closing bid,
14 r cent; offered at. 14 per cent. Time
loans), -rcmely dull and easier; sixty days,
241(24 ,'..' cent; ninety das, 34934 per
cent; six months, 3414134 percent.
Closing quotations on bonus wers as
V. 8. ref. 2s, re( 1034 Int. Met. 44s
V. 8. 1, ref
V. 8. 4i. ret
Am. Tobacco 4a....
Alchiaun tea. 4a..
do adj. 4s
do cv, 4e
do cv. &a
Atlantic C. L. 4a..
fial. aV Ohio 4s....
Hrs. H. T. ct. 4a.
t'entral of Oa. 6s.
do lat Inc
do 1 Inc
do U Inc
..l'4 L. tc ti. uni. 4s Sits
...l4Man. c. g. 4a J7
...101 Met. Central 4a 14
...1T0S do lat Inc Is
...1M Minn. aV Bt. L. 4a.... 784
... it M . K. T. 4s. 4
...107 do ta i.)
... S N., R. A. ot M. c 4a wis
... MS'N. V. C. t. ISs ?4
... 4 K. J. C. t U 12i
...10IS No Paclflo 4a. 102
... MS Mo ta 7
... SO. S. L. rfdt. 4a 44
... si Penn. cr. SSi 1H5... M
... 74 S do con. 4a liH
...10S Readlnt ten. 4e SUH,
Hep. ot Cuba ta lt
Hardly Kanaak Sheep and 1. a an he Is
Bight la Make a Market
Prices Sleaal for Day anal
Lower for Week.
OffUlal Monday 13.501
Official Tuesday 6.4
OffUlal Wednesday 5.64H
Kslimate Friday 1.04
OMAHA. Oct. 23, 190.
Cattle. Hogs. 8hiep.
26 3 6
Five ds,ys this week.. 34.247 17,615 88,770
Same days last week 3tP 30.121 81t
Same days 2 weeks ago..36.w 39-
Same days 3 weeks ago. .31.963 l.7il 102.907
Same days 4 weeka ago. .ai.StW 2o.7l4 122,73
Same days last year. . . .35,186 24.342 86.W5
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
1907 Inc. I'ec.
.. 832, 850
Sheep 1,697,836 1,702.869 5.032
The followlna table shows the avernge
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1908. 11907. 11906.11906. 11904. (1903.11902.
I 09 I
6 Oil 6 331
6 9X 27 16 11
06 16 6 10
6 09! 191 6 101
Ml I 12
6 13 5 14
I 021 I 23
I 02 6 12
5 141 6 08
5 16 6 70
t 14, 16
number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was as fol
lows: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C. M. A St. P 8 ..
Missouri pHcifie 1
Pnlon Pacific 2 13 4
C. A N. W east 1 .. 1
C. 6t N. W.. west 2S
C, St. P., M. & 0 11..
C, B. 6V Q.. east 1 2
C. B. & y.. west i 6 2
C, R. I. P., eaat 1 ..
C. R. I. & P., west 1
Illinois Central 1 1
Chicago Great Western 2
Total receipts 39 37 7
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Ifcgs. Sheep
Omaha Packing Co 147 848
Swift and Company 259 761 I
Cudahy Packing Co 665 997 18J
Armour Co 33 942
Vansant & Co 21
Lobman & Rothchild...... 25
W. 1. Stephen 1.. 8
Hill & on 38
F. P. Lewis 7
J. B. Root & Co 1
U P. Husi 19
L. Wolf 146
McCreary A Carey. 11
8ani Werthlmer '81
H. P. Hamilton 8
M. Hagerty A Co 40
Sullivan Bros 7
Bmlth H 2
Other buyers 55 3,7i6
Totals 1.373 1,048 8,937
Do You Believe
One of the best forms of insurance is the placing of
your business papers and other valuables in a Safety
We have individual boxes for small articles, and
storage vaults for the larger boxes, trunks, etc.
Our rates are very moderate and the security is
Invest your surplus funds by taking out a lo
Certificate of Deposit; backed by over $12,000,000 of
First National Bank ol Omaha
Thirteenth and Farn&m Sts.
Entrance to Safety Deposit Vaults la on llth Street
have shown soma loss, being generally
quoted l6c lower than laat week, al
though the break In reality took place at
tha close of last week.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good to
choice lambs, $6.006.85: fair to good lambs,
I4.7se5.0v; feeding lambs, !40u4.l; good
to choice light yearlings, 4 154.5o; good
to cholca heavy yearlings, 94.001j4.25; feed
ing yearlings, $3.7544.15; good to choice
wethers, KuKg.!; fair to good wethers.
I3.7&tj4.i0; feeding wethers, I3.40ij3.66; good
to cholca ewes, IS 6ft8.0; fair to good
wes. t3.24j36R; feeding ewes. I2.00i8S.15;
culls and bucks. Il.00fci.50.
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Cattle Loner Hoars Weak to Lower
Sheep Steady to Higher.
CHICAGO, Oct. 23 CATTLK Receipts,
estimated at about 2,009 head; markut l.Vf
Jc. lower on all butcher steers and butcher
cattle: steers, 34.40ii7HO; cows. $3 2iBi.Z.y.
heifer. 83.01ia4.26: bulls. 81,50i4.5tl: calves.
i.i3.60ilt.60; stockers and feeders, 2 ri07j4.65.
H( KiV Heceipts, estimated ai aooui
head; market weak to 5c lower; choice
heavy snipping. $58f&6O0; butchers, r..8ixy)
6.C0; light mixed, i.l5S.V40; choice light,
f.i.5(65.0; nicking. 3fi.4t.4i 5. HO; pigs, U.5U
4.75; bulk ot shIcs, $5.4k1l5.85.
Sri KEF AND IA MBS Receipts, esti
mated at about 8.000 head; market steady
to 10c. higher; sheep. I4.3a84.75; lambs, 94.50
u.5.l; yearlings, 33 86S4.76.
Kansas (l Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 23. CATT1-K Re
ceipts, 2.000 head, Including 400 head south
erns; market ateady; cows strong; cnoice
export and dressed beef steera, fH.2&qr7.30;
fair to good. ft.0la ou; western aieers, n jsi
t4.90; stockers and feeders. 2.60iic4.76;
southern steers, $2.(XfM.26; southern cows,
ll.7Mi4.15; native cows, 1. Out 3.76; native
heifers. I2.&0to4.60; bulls, 82.zw0j.4u; caives,
HUU8-Keceipts, iu.wv ncsa; iiiarari oh
15c lower; top, l.90; bulk of sales. fb.lOtf
5.80; heavy, o.Wi.90; packers and butch
ers. tG.35itG.90; light, 15.10.65; pigs, $3.76
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts. 4.000
head; market for lambs 10c higher; for
Sheen steady; lamba, 4.X45.3&; ewes and
yearlings, $3.60f&4.10; western sheep, 83.4013'
4.00; stockers and feeders. t3.2TxiH.25.
F. ff. 4a.
Thea. A Ohio 4'a .. . liCVi g(. U g. W. c. 4s.
C, B. at Q n.
C R. 1. P.
do col. 6s...
ilo rfrig. 4a..
crc. a St. L. g.
a... 73V, Seaboard A. L. 4s.
4a ... Su. Pacific 4a
4s 72 do lat 4a
75 8a. Railway 6a
Teiaa St P. la
41.. T . St. L. A W. 4l.
t'oln. Ind. fa 74 Vnlon Piclflc 4l.
( do CT. 4i
. SV,t' 9. steel id ta
. H Weatern Ml 4a...
. 87 W. U B. 4a..
. 12 '4 WH. Central 4s ...
.! N. Y., N. H.
. ai cv. 4a ctfi
. Lake Shore 41 131
. . . a
.'olo. Mid. 4a..
Colo. A So. 4e
Del. ei H c. 4a..
Ii. A K. O. 4l
Kris p. I. 4a
do (en. 4s
Hock. Val. 4Hl
J a pas 4a
do 24 aerlea
London ( losing Storks.
LONDON, Oct. 23 Transactions In Amer
ican securities were limited during the
early session today. Railroad shares were
heavy and generally 4414 lower, while
metal shares were steady and a fraction
higher. At noon the njarket was dull and
prices rulfd (ruu beiow to above yes
lerdny'B New Yora closing.
LONDON, Oct. 23-Hsr gold, 77sll'd;
American eagles, 76a 6'd.
London cloning stocks:
Conaola. money . .44 11-14 Mo., Kan. Texal..3'.H
do arcount 444 New York rentrml. . .I.f4
Ana.'onda S Norfolk Welters.. 74
Atchison 'S do pfd ii
da pfd Ontario A Wei tern
Baltimore sV Ohio. . .lftuS Penntylvanta
Canadian Pa. I fir ...lTtKand Mui'a
CATTLE There were only a few cars of
cattle reported In this morning and ao far
aa could be observed very few wanted. The
trado was very slow and dull throughout
tha morning, no one being very anxious
for supplies of any kind. The fact Is the
market yesterday wound up In very bad
shape with prices, In the language of the
yards, "rotten." It would be a hard mat
ter to say Just how much lower cattle
did sell yesterday, but It Is safe to say
that in extheme cases declines of fully 40c
could be noted. While the very choice
cattle, of which very few are coming, have
not shown much loss, It would be very con
servative estimate to place the decline
on tha general run Of a fair to pretty good
steers at 25c as compared with last week
Cows and heifers have declined fully aa
much. A good many feeders are still In
the hands of speculators and are selling
anywhere from 25c to 50c lower than were
paid for them at the beginning of the week.
It would seam as If any one wanting a
cheap bunch of feeders could find pretty
nearly anythlny that they might want In
the speculative division at the present time.
Quotations on rattle: Good to choice
cornfed steers, M.(Hi7.00; fair to good corn
fed steers, 96. 501 '6. i; common to fair corn
fed steers. 4.0ii 50; good to choice range
steers, I4.50U5.50; fair to good range steers,
M.V"i4.50; common to fair range steers.
63.0'u3.So; good to choice cornfed cows and
heifers, I3.6uii4.16; good to choice gTass
cows and heifers, I310&3.76: fair to good
grass cows and hrifers. t2.6693.10; common
to fair grass cows and heifers. !.0Oit(L'.n6:
?:ood to choice stockers and feeders, 14.20
1 4 Ho; fair to good stockers and feeders,
13. doti 4. 130: common to fair Mockers and
feeders, $2,501(73.60; stock heifers. -'.itx1.76;
veal calves, 32.756.75; bulls, slags, etc.,
HOU8 Rocelpte of hoga this morning
were very light and pretty much every
thing changed hands In very good season.
While Dricee were not as good as at the
best time yesterday they wera quits a little
better than the extreme cloae, making the
aeneral market about steady with 5 ester
day's average market. A good share of
the hogs sold at 35.3t(r76.46 and on up to
10. 60. which was about where the ho
K 14 EEP Receipts of eheeo were very
small this morning, onlv aix caia being
reported In. which was not enough to make
a market. There were, however, a few
holdovers In addition to that fresh receipts
Hnd aa there waa some lHtfc demand prac
tically everything was cleaned up In very
good season. mere was noining in me
way of good killers to make a top on inu
market., Quite a string of wethers sold to
feeder buyer at 63.70. The prices paid
did not show any material change aa com
pared with yesterday, butlv buyera and sell
ers quoting It as a steady market.
Kor the week tha receipts have been very
large, showing a gain not only over last
week, but also over the corresponding week
of last year. I'nder the Influence of the
severe bresk In values at eastern points
fat aheep have declined very rapidly, being
at the present time 40ii50c lower than at
the close of last week, fat iambs also
northern foundry, I16.000"16.75; No. 1 south
ern and No. 1 southern soft, 16. ,MJ!7 25.
8T. IXU'IS. Oct. 23.-METAL8-I.ead, dull
at $4.07434.10. Ppelter held at $4.67tfc.
OMAHA GBMEHAL MARKET.
Bt. Lonla Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 23. CATTLE Receipts.
2.488 head, Including 180 Texans; market
ateady to 16c lower; native shipping and
export steers, 84.isi7.2b; aressea rjeei ana
butcher steers, Ii.7wh6.10; steers under l.OnO
lbs., $3.00j6.2o; stockers and feeders, $3,000
4.0u; cows and heifers, $2.50tli.76; canners,
$2.ff2-25; bulls, $2.664l4.00; calves, $4.0007.00;
Texas and Indian steers, $2.7543.50; cows
and heifers, $1.604.25.
HOGS Receipts, 1.600 head: market
steady; pigs and rights, tS.HOfifi.fjO; pack
ers. $5.5f6.7l; butchers and beat heavy,
8HKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 400
head; market St Andy: native muttons. $4 .25
416.40: lambs. 4.7tV(f (; culls and bucks,
$3.26413.75; stockers, $2.503.75.
Bt. Joseph Live Stork Market.
SOUTH BT. JOSEPH, Oct. 23.-CATTLK(
Receipts. 1,500 head. Market steady;
steers. $4.00Q'7.00; cows and heifers, fl.MLip
6.75: calves, $3.O0S.6O.
HOOS Receipts, 4,500 head. Market slow
to 6c lower; top, $6.86; bulk ot sales, Jo. 3" ft
SHEEP AND UMBB- Receipts, 500
head. Market steady; lamba. $4.505.50.
Bonlx City LlT Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 23.-(SpclaI Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 600 liead; mar
ket weak; beeves. $4.5va7.00; grass cows.
$2.60ft.tf; feeders. $2.75ii4.2o; calves and
HOGS Receipts. 2,200 head: maikct
steady to weak; range, $5.156.5"; bulk of
sales. $5. 30105.40.
Stock tn Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
9,534 41,000 13,977
Llvarpool Grain Market.
IJVKRPOOL. Oct. 2!-WHEAT-Spot,
dull: No. $ red. western wlnu-r, 7s 74d
Futures, quiet; Dec-ember, 7s hd; March, 7s
6d; Msy. -s d.
CORN Spot, steady; American m'xed. 7s
fd. Futures quiet; December, 6s T'rl;
January, 6s 4d.
PEORIA, Oct. rS-OORN-6tady: No. 3
while. 73c; No. t yellow. 76c. No. 3 yel
low, 74c; No. 3. 73c; No. 4. ..lc; no grade,
SJc- N. 4. new, ; no grade, new. 6ftiio.
OATS-Steady; No. J while, 46tM7c; No.
4 white. 46c.
Mllwaakee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. l-WEAT-Mar-ket
aleady; No. I northern. $luul.07: No.
northern. $1.04il.U9; December, jsjc,
CORN Dull; December, 63,663c.
BAHl.KY- Lower ; standard, 4MV-; sam
You can build up your buslrAse by using
The bee Wast Ad coUmas.
Boston Storks aaa Donas.
BOSTON. Oct. 23. Money, call loan
$ per cent; time loans. 3ft 4H per
cent; time loans.
Hons on stocks and
Atchison sdj. 4s.
Atrhiaon R. R
do pfd . ..
Boston a Maine .
N T.. N H aV H
I nlon Pacific
A 1. Arse. Cheat..
A si- Pneu. Tube...
Aim T T
Pominlos I. at i .
Mlaon Elec. Ilia..
Oesersl Elect rta ..
Mass. Klectrls ....
bonds were as
Vnlted Fruit ....
Vniled S II
V. 4 Steel
... M Allcuea
. .. Amalgamated! .
... I"1 Atlantic
...MS tel. a HeWa...
...Ill Copper Raags .
. Nl isle Roral ...
. i Maaa. Mining .
. o'fc Ml-hlgaa
.12S Mont. C. AC.
.Ulli Old Dominion .
. I S Oareola
. W Parrot
. 1 (jutner
. sl Triuitr
. 14 l nlted Copper
. F4 t' S Mining .
.12 i r. g. oil
. 44 Viah
.. l' Viotorla .
. 47sa Winona
. . .4
. . r,
WASHINGTON. Oct. 'JS. Tody a state
ment of the treasury tjlsncrs In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of Use fi50,coa,0u0 gld
I tiuok a Ohio
t'bl. Great Weatern
hi . Mil. 4 St. P.
Renter A Rio G...
do lit pfd
do 2d pfd
Lou ml lie a Kaih.
Southern Railsajr .
.147 do pfd
, 1.1 Southern Pacific ...
. I'nlon Pacific
. ,' do pfd
. V. S. gtsel
. i6? do pfd
. ITS, Wahaah
. f'S do pfd
.144 Spanlah 4a
.1)1 Ama). Copper
steady at :3 ll-16d
The rate of dltrount In the oien market
ror snort mils is lvyins, per cent; tor three
months' bills, Zta 1-1 per cent.
NEW YORK. Oct.. 23-METALS-Th
Ixindon tin market wu quiet, with spot p.i
133 los and futurs at 135 os. Ixicully
Ihe market waa easy at $if.37V4j.!9 45. Cop
per was lower In London, wl.h s iot quoUM
at H0 las 3d and lutures at 01 l- 6d
Tlie local market was (lrm In spite ot
ff reign decllre. wltk prices a shade higher
Lake Is quoted at $13.6iijl3.75. rl. ctrolyi ii
ut $13.2613.50 and casting at $13.t l i 2 ...
I-ad was unchangeil at 13 5s In London
but was firmer in the local market at $1.2
4.. Spelter advanced to 19 17 fld Ir,
lxndon. Locally the market was firm and
higher at $4 8r(fi4 .s. The Irfwdon Iron mar
ket advanced to 47s 7d for standard fmindr
and 4s 6d for Cleveland warrants. N,
change was reported In the hcil market
No. 1 northern foundry, $16.5 & 17. 21; No. .
dltlan of Trade and Qaotatloaa aa
Staple and Fancy Trodace.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1. delivered tc
retail trade In cartons. 23c; No. 1, tn 60-lb.
tuba. 22c; No. 1, tn 30-lb. tube. I3c; No. 2.
In 60-lb. tubs. 2V,c; No. 2. In 30-lb. tubs.
21c; No. t, In 1-lb. cartona, 21c; No. 1. In
carload lots, 21c; No. 2, In carload lots.
lUlVio; country, fancy, tubs, 17c; com
EGGS Fresh candled, 19o per doi.
CHLESK rlneat Wisconsin full cream,
twins, 14Sc; young Americas, 4 In hoop.
15c; favorite, I In hoop, 16',o; daisies, 20 In
hoop, 15Hc; cream brick, full case, 13c;
half case, Ur; half dosen bricks, 14c. No
quotations on Swiss or llmberger until aftci
SUGAR Coarse granulated. 6 50e; fine
granulated, 6.7oci cubes, 1 60c; powdertd,
6.50c per lb.
BEEP CUT8 Ribs: No. 1, 17ty: No. 2.
lie; No. 8. 6V,c. Loin: No. 1. 20c; No. 2. 12c;
No. 3, 8Hc. Chuck: No. 1, 6Hc; No. 2. Ic;
No. 3, 4c. Round: No. 1, 84c; No. 2. 7c;
No. 3. 6c. Male; No. 1, 6a; No. 2. 4V;
No. i. 3c.
DRESSKD POULTRY-SquaDS, $220 pet
V EG ETA B LES Celery , Michigan, per
dog., $6a. Beans, new wax and spring, one
third bu. basket, $1.0o; navy, per bu., No. 1.
12.70; lima, 'c per lb. Cabbage, 2o per lb.
Potatoes, new, per bu., $1.10. Tomatoes, per
4-basket crate, 90c. Watermelons, 2i"j;c.
Cantaloupea, California, $2.9Ofr8.0u per orate.
Asparagus, per dos., 10c. Cucumbers, per
do., 60c. Onions, Bermuda, $1.50 per crate;
Texas ybllov, $1.26 per crate. Mushrooms,
cultivated, per lb., tioc. Lettuce, per dos.,
25c. Peppers, southern, $1.00 per crate.
FRESH FRUITS Apples. $2.75aS.0o pel
bu. box. Iemons, $4.506.00. Oranges. $4 04
tvu.00. Bananas, 4c per lb. Plums, tl.I.i per
4-basket crate. Peaches. California, 7OHfn0e
per box; Texas. 4-baaket crate, 66(i70o.
Pears, $1.50 per 4-uasket crate. Blackber
ries, $4.00 per crate. Raspberries, $4 00 pot
crate. Cherries, $1.26. Currants. $2.00 per
crate. Gooseberries, $2.00 per crate,
LIVE POULT RY Hens, &c; springs. 13Hc;
roosters, 6c; ducks, young, Co; old. 7 He;
geese, 6c; turkeys, 14c; pigeons, 6oc per dot;.
squabs, $2.00 per doxen.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23.-COTTON-FU-tures
opened steady; October, 9.10c; De
cember. 8.97c; January, 8. Sic; March, 8.74c;
May, 8.6Hc; July, 8A1c.
Futures closed easy; October, 9.11c; No
vember, 8. 8Mc; Ie; ember, 89", Jaaiuary,
8.77c; February. 8.71c; March, 8.68c; June,
H i oc; July. 8.58c.
Spot cotton closed quiet; middling up
lands, 9.40c; middling gulf, 9.66c; sales, t
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 23.-COTTON-Spot
steady. Imw ordinary, 4i nominal;
ordinary, 6 (t-lrto, nominal; good ordinary,
7c; low middling, 8-Se; middling, 9c; good
middling. 9 &-1 ; middling fair. 9 13-10c;
fair, 10 7-Mc, nominal. Receipts, 9,160 bales;
stock, 143, M0 bales.
ST. LOI 13, Oct. 23. COTTON Higher;
middling. l)',c. Sales, 363 bales; receipts,
4, XX bales; shipments, 4,743 bales; stuck,
BOSTON. Oct. 23. WOOI Tho Commer
cial Bulletin of this city, basing Its report
upon statistics gathered for the govern
ment, will say tomorrow of the wool mar
ket: Demand for consumers Is less active
and urgent, the natural result of the uc
tlvlty of previous weeks. Still there Is a
steady business and the sales of the week
are estimated at between 6,0u0,0il0 Slid 6,000,
000 lbs. The legitimate situation Is strong
and some dealers huve marked up prices.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 83. WOOI. Firm; me
dium gradea, combing and clothing, lOi&'ak-;
light fine, K'Tilfie; heavy fine, HQ'12c; tub
Sugar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. SUGAR Raw,
firm; fair refining, 3 5213.55c; centrifugal,
96 test, 4.02'g4.O5c. Molasses Sugar, 3.27''
33tlc. Rerined, firm; No. 6, 4.)0c; No. 7.
4.75c; No. 8, 4.70c; No. 8. 4.65c; No. 10. 4.5f.c;
No. 11. 4.5oc; No. 12, 4.46c; No. 13, 4.4oc; No.
14. 4.35c. Confectioners. 60oc; mould A,
4.55c; cut loaf. S.noc; crushed, S.90c;
powdered, 6.30c; granulated, 6.20c; cubes,
NEW YORK. Oct. 23.-COFFEK-Ftitures
closed steady, net unchanged. Hales were
repotted of 28,7.riO bugs, Including October
at 5.4j6 5oc, December at 6.1.4it.2oc. March.
May rnd August at 5.10c and September at
6.15c. Spot coffee, Irngular; Rlu No. 7, IV;
Santo No. 4, Sc. Mild coffee, dull; Cordova,
Kvaporatrd Apples and Dried frnlta.
NEW YORK. Oct. 11 .-EVAPORATED
APPLES The market shows continued
11 rm lie, with new rop prime quoted at
U'Vltr-'it at-l liM iruii
.tig to grade.
at oV'tf6W-, accord-
LONDON. Oct. 23.-Money was in fair
demand on the market today and dis
counts were firmer. With the approach
or me settlement and the week-end hual
ness on the Sto k exrhdnge wai reduced
to a minimum. lpreaaloii developed on
political fiors and caused sliglit general
recessions from cor.aols to kaffirs. The
market cloaed dull. American securities
started well, but yielded to realizations in
the forenoon. This brought values below
parity. The afternoon was idle, the New
York advices acre colorless and the mar
ket cLvavd dull. Copper shares meakened
after early atrrngth. A'n exception was
Amslgamated, which was steady.
BERLIN. tHL J3 Prices generally on
the Bourse today were depressed. Govern
ment securities were firm.
PARIS, (art. 13. Trading on tha Bourse
titiay was dull and prices were weaker,
except in the rase of cupper shares.
OMAHA. Ot 23 -Bank clearings for to
day were $2,066.675 89 and for tha corres
ponding dale last ytar $1,991,641.47.
Red ard isgar dsn His.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23.-A11 grades of re
fined sugar were advanced 10s a hundred
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