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THE -OMAHA DAILY BlIK: WEDNESDAY. n(. roi'.KIi r.n.
CRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
'l Wheat i$e$
and Curries Corn
OaU'Up with It.
RUSH AMONG BUYERS
Activity l taosed by SiuilUr 4 rop
Reports from Araeatlnn,
Ceo pled veil la tkhlre (hat
OMAHA. Oct. 27.. i"
hesl took s boh npwsrd ami i srr1d
a and oats htghsr with II. Firm cables,
pld with report of it smsller crop in
...htln. Ihifl , ft , .anu,! .1) C 1. 1 I 1 1 1 1
- buying, which resulted tn a bulge, of
fiout I cent over vetrday'a clos. North
out receipt have flnally-fallen below last
rs and also become a stimulating fac
tor. ' .
Wheat opened steady anil :idvan.d
quickly on a rush of buying due to bullish
news. Offerings . r light and value
r easily poshed higher. Ughtcr re
ceipts and an. Ipcrcsscd rash demand sus
tained vslues. Iwrfmlwr wheat opened at
Ui3in and closed at 94',o.
Corn opened firm and higher In sympathy
lh the jilgher what tnaikct. The gen
eral rainy" omtdltldn throushoir.. the belt,
helped to Wing over Tietter support, ami a
noticeable export demand for now corn has
developed. T sri-ember .corn opened at oS'vjc
and rlnrd t W,e.
Primary wheat reesttit were 91 . h'.
and shipment were 844.000 bu. sgalnsi last
tr of l.oTO.rttO bu. and ahlpnienia of ","
bu. , , ,
Corn receipts were 78floff bu. and ship
ments w 171,000 bu. sgsmst receipts last
year of 682,0. bu. and shipments of 3:l8.t
Clearance's were bu. of mm none of
(ts and wheat and flour equal to 14,'V'O
Liverpool closed S,t''d higher on w heat
and "afrHd higher on corn. .
Keabord reported tfl.W) bu. of corn Isken
f or export. . . .
.Local rang. of options :
ArtlcUs.! Open. THIgh.i Low- Close. Yes y
Omatia Cask rrleea.
iH'HKAT-Nn. 8 hard. MHbM4: No.
liarrt. 2SjMHu.o, 4 hard. ft24t-;
aprina,- wtfikH-t . ,4
COHN-ito. 3. fc'ic; No. 3, 944c;
3 yellowy W4c; No. S white, 5'tc.
OATH No. 3. 4.1V414ic: No. 3 yellow.
Vi:Wo44c; No: 3 White, 44rc; No. 4 white,
XVK-No. J. TtX-; No. 3, tin-..
. Carlot Receipts.
linaha. ; , ft?
imluth , 2o3 ... ' ...
IIH'AOU OR4IN AJD rRUMSIO.il
Krai a re of tkc Trading and C'loslaK
Price oa Board of Trade.
t'HlCA'JO. Oct. 2". Wheat prices on the
local Bxchanne adXTinred more than I cent
today owliui ,1o crop damage, repoi ta from
ArKontlna. and decreased movement In the
m.rthwcKt. At lhe. clone pi Icea were up IW
Tc to'l'ici Corn, oata end provisions also
The whenU niaiket opened l rotisr. with
lulces up " to 'c ahuve the previous
close, but despite the liberal realizing; at
lime, made, additional gjitis durli.g the riav
and closed at. ulmusl the top notch, final
nuntatlons on TjeeeniheV were at 31 01' and
iui May at ll.fCifal.OHH. Commission notices
and locnl shorts were active bidders for
wheat the greater part of th dny, om
commission liouso being creditfid with pfr
i liaaea uggregatlrg more than 1 ,tSJ'.ts
biiHhela. The situation In Argentina was
perhaps he. uhlf incantive for thia uigeni
leniand. News from the South American
country was conflicting, but aom of tlm
nlvices were if sensatlonBl character,
uie dlapatch claiming thst 20 pr i-er.t lPss
wheat will he available for export this yr
than was exported the past. year. DamaRe
hy recent frosts was given as th reason
for this shortage. Tint strength, of the
Liverpool niatkft. which closed at sains of
', to l'4e seemed to furnish amide con
firmation In the minds of Tn"ny loenl
traders of thei nnmerntia reports of Inlur
ie to the Argentine co p. At the sama time
h decided falling off In receipts in the
northwest caused considerable comment
among trkders and Inspired additional buy
ing KccetptH today at Minneapolis and
lxiluth were 4iu cars, compared with 7."W
cars the corresponding day last week.
Mar jr traders, however, were unable to de
cide whether til decreaesd tnovsment was
I lie fulfillment of an official prophecy .f
smaller receints or merely a result of un
settled weather In that section. The mar
ket was also bulllshlv affected bv a good
export business at Imluth, where it was
claimed exporters took everything offered
over night, rrlm 'f v receipts were small,
tlie arrivals today for the first time slncv
tiie movement, of spring really bejan be
ing less than .for the c orrespom'lrg d.iy
year sgo. Total receipts todav were Wl,-
'' bushels, compared with '.'fi.'t bush-
ei last year. Clearences of wheat and
Hour were eiual to KM.'WI) bushels. Tlu1
world's visible supply showed a smaller In
crease than had been generally expected
Hie Inert aso for the week being 4 33'MVO
iniKhcIs, according to Hrudslreet s state
nient. MlnneatHiliM. Uuluth and Chicago r.
ported receipts of tint cars . against 9:3 c;iis
last week, and Ml cars a year ago.
The corn market was funi all day. The
market dosed stesdy. 1 leccmher i loseil at
vi4i,i.'t7c. and .May st tiSu. l.o al receipts
were lis tars, witn ;t or cunt met grade
I raile In oats was uuiet. but a firm tone
prevailed, lhe market closed firm at the
lop. with prices 4c to VP So hig'ier than
vesierday. Ieceniber closed 41c, rind May
al t'PjiifiOc. luteal receipts were 2J4 cars.
Decreased receipts of live hogs nt wet
ci n packing centers caus.d fiininess in
provisions. The market closed stroi g at
the top point of' the day with prices nn-
hanged to 2Hc higher than the previous
Ilsilmiited receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
' cars; com, 41 cars; oats, lis cars; hogs,
:in to head. , .
The leading fututs rai.ged as follows:
! iarrl, 1 "?H;:N'ri '1 northefft. l.MVi;. No. 2
portheifi. l.o:'til.02; No. 3 northern.
ll.OUR-Klim; first ps'eats.
.conrl pstents. ft.nofl ; first clears,
$-i 9"fS4', second rlears. i: f3 W.
K W OH K liKN MA I. MARKET
(Isolations r the Day ea arleas
IKff YORK. Oct. :7.-KLOCR Receipts.
4s bbls ; exports. .1H bbls ; market
dull hut steadv; Minnesota patents, H.lv't
6.;5; winter sirslghts. 14.61(40; Minnesota
bakers, I4.:0'jo., winter extraa, IS.VxaS 91;
lntr patents. 34 ..VHr t. JO; winter low grades.
Il.fr it 30. five flour, qui'; fslr to good,'
4..-Vi4.wv choice to fancv, $t.Sora4 sT. Buck
whent flour, dull. I3.76l0.n, spot.
' fORTMEALi Steady; fine white and yel
low. $1.709 1. To; coarse. l 86yl.?0; kiln dried,
IIYK-Iull; No. 2 wrstern, 3c, f.,e. b.,
BARI.EY-Steady; malting, oflc, c. I. f.,
Buffalo; seeding, 69c, c. I. f., New York.
WH t:.T- Receipts, bu.; exports,
!." bu. Spot market firm; No. 3 red,
II Wi elevator: No. 2. red. 31.10H f. o. b.
afloat ; No. 1 northern, dull, lt.lH f.
sflost; No. hard winter, l.loi f. o. b.
afloat Repor's of severe Argentina dam
age by frosi. hacked up bv large export
sales and higher cabins. gae wheat a
strong advance today and ptonioted active
buying for local and public account. Final
prlc-s were ,flUe net higher. lKoember,
t.099-Ktl 10 i-in, 'dosed at ll.l'H; May,
ll.loSti'i.joT,. t-loaed at, 11.10",-
CORN Ppot market atesdv; No. 2, old.
Mc; new, 77'c elevator and 77e f. o. b.
afloat. The option market was . weaker,
closing y,e net higher; December closed al
71'ic: May closed at 7Hc.
OA TP Receipts. 43.Soi bu.; steady for
spot; No. I, !3 to 33 pounds. n.'ti62Hc; nat
ural white, 23 to 31 pounds. SoflSic; clipped
whit, 32 to 40 pounds, r.lSfcfliVic
PKED Firm; spring bran, J3.; mid
MAY Firm; shipping, eotftoc; food to
HOf'fl Quiet; state, common to choice,
I!. lKJ14e; iao7, 3?c; I'aclflo coast, l,
Wlc; 1307, 4f?7c.
MIIjks Quiet; Bogota, yo'c; Central
1-KATMKR Quiet ; acid. SH'itt'.'Hc.
I'ROVISIONfl-Beef. quiet; family. llS.t
rl.tsl; mess, $i3.n.vj;i.n o; beef hams, t29.00
31.00; packet. 114. .Wff 13.00; city extra India
mess, J4 SikS.OO. Cut mea's. firm;
Hlckleil bellies. IH.7tifllo.riil; pickled hsms.
11.0f(iU.B0. ljtrd. firm; western. $!).0tVtJ
10.16; refined, firm; continent, tiA.an; Pouth
America, 111.35; compound, tT.flr'.BO. Pork,
steadv: family. lai.lKVfjisi.oO: short clear.
$l.Eyii:.0t; mess. $16.0ri)li.60.
TALI.OW Dull; city, tic; country,
RICK-Qulet: domestic, fair to extra, 2i
i&1c: Japan, nominal.
PonI'RY Dressed, easv: western spring
chickens. U'ljltic; low's, 124) 14c; spring tur
keys. 13fl(k. .
i -BUTTKR Wrm; rclps. U.&oS pkgsr;
creamery, specials. T,e: extras, X'nWte;
third to firsts, J(66c; h-ld, first to
special. 23if;ftl4c: tte. dairy, common
to finest. l.vfHfte; process, common to
special. . ItvaasVsc; western factory, firsts,
lStc; western imitation, creamery, firsts,
KOG9 Firm; receipts, .85 cases; atale,
Pennsylvania snd nearhv. brown and
fancy, 3233c; western firsts, 25tf'i4c; sec
CHEKSK Steadv: state, full cream, sne-
eial. I,'ii4i14'c; state, leptinber. small,
colorsd or while, best, 12,4c: state, large.
12c; state, good to prime, ll4?'ll4c: atave,
common to fair, 10Uc: skims. 2iftl0ic.
WEATHER IN THE GRAIN BELT
5EW YORK STOCKS" AND'BONDS
Market i Firm' in Spite of Iti Intense
VALUES RISE EAT?LY IN DAY
Selling to Take Profits I. ate in ra
slnn Redares Ysrrstr t.alns
K.seepl In Hare J
Fair and Not Mack t'kaaae In 1am.
OMAHA. Oct. 27, 1!X.
During the last twentv-four hours unset.
tied weather, with light rains, continued
genernl from the Missouri river east over
the Mississippi valley ond lake region to
the Atlantic coast and rains continue this
morning In the upper Mississippi valley and
eastern states. Tne weather has become
cloudy throughout the southern statea and
raln occurred In the rulf and south Atlan
tic states since the last report. Cooler
weather prevails In the eastern states, the
extreme lower valleys and Southwest. It
continues clear and cool, with a high pres
ents, everywhere west cf tne Missouri
river, and will he fair In "j vicinity to
night and Wednesday, with no Imnoil.ot
charge In temperature. Ught frosts oo-
ctirro.t ini night in the lower Mississippi
valley and heavy and killing frosts in
Omaha record of lemneraiura and nn.
clpltatlon compared with the corresponding
day of the past three years.
j,, i. ... 10. 1907. J9ft. 1106.
Minimum lemperalure.... if . x 34
Precipitation T ' .0.) .00 .0)
Normal temperature for todav. M degrees
Deficiency In Drecinltatinn sine Kt.rk 1
Deficiency corresponding period In IK'"'
Deficiency corresponding period In 1S0S.
U A. WELSH. Txea Foreaster.
St. l.ools Q.sersl Blarket.
ST. 111-18, Oct. 27.-WHKAT-Higher;
ttark. No. 2 red. cash. $1.01 Httl.tHfe; No
2 hard. W-'WcJill.trJ; Dectmbcr, 99; Mav
CORN Firm: track. No. ' iali aai-sri.-.
No. 2 while, tfinHc; December, uV"'. May'
OA Tb Finn; track. No. 2 cash, 4Hc- No
2 white, 4!t4c: December, 45Vic; Mav. '.o
FliOCR Firm: red winter patents. $1 SO
4. Ho; extra fancy and straight, $4. 3u04 Bui-leer.
PKKD Timothy. $2.3503.25.
jiiiA.-v wteaoy; ssckex. east
HAY I nchanged; timothy
IRON COTTON TIK8-IKHI
MA OO I NO 8-.
IIKMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS-Pork sieady; jobhlng
I14.ti; lard, higher; prime steam. $S8n
"S-'i: "ty salt meats, dull: drv extra
shorts. liV-; clear ribs. lo',,c; short clears
10Hc, bacon. lim-hanirerl- hnvari
I shorts, U4e; ( le ,- ,tbs, 111,0; short clears
I'Oll.TRT-IIigher; chl.-kens. Kc:
springs. 11'; turkeys, l.'c; ducks.
BCTTKR -Steady : creamery. 216,27tic'.
KOCS Hl'bdy; 2c, case count.
I '"nr. bbls u.oiv, ,- 0l
Wheat, hu 47.0s 7:i 0iiit
Corn, bu 19,00,, S7-
OHts, bu 46,uts 78 ok)
NEW YORK. Oi l. "7. M ueeurt ences
of the f4toi k exi hsnae todsy ofter little
material for chronicle. The characteris
tic ef the market wss Its great firmness.
In spite of Its Intens dullness. The
first hour supplied most of Its sctlvlty
snd most of the movement. Some of the
buying at that time came from profes
sional traders who had sold stucks short
pn the assumption thst the political
demonstrations last night would weaken
stocks today. The assumption was based
on the analogy of the previous speeches
of Mr. Rryan in New York In. the course
of politic al campaigns. which Induced
some subsequent liquidation of securities
There wss no sttrh selling todny and the
light demand was sufficient to send
prices upwards. There was no sign of
any large accumulation of stocks, but a
resolute withholding of offering for sale
was very apparent.
The action of the market suggested a
determination of the speculative leader
ship to stand by and await the outcome
of the elections and what is to follow.
There Is division of opinion over this
question of what Is to follow the elec
tions, quit apparent from whut their
outcome may I.e. The future of the mar
ket, )t la recognised, hinges on the suf
ficiency of the demand stimulated after
the elections to absorb profit-taking
sales. No such sales wet attempted to
day and the rise In prices, slight as it
was, therefore served to. bring the mar
ket to the highest point it has touched
since the reaction early in September.
1 nts reaction roliowed the Mu(ne elec
tion and the denial bv E. 11. liairiinan
and James J. Hill of many rumors which
had been kept in circulation regarding
the properties with which thev are con
nected, with maiked effect, in carrying
prices to lhe highest level touched, up
to that time, since the financial crlsH
of last fail. Prices touched todav did
not in all cases represent a return to the
September level. In some . prominent
stocks, however, thst level was exceeded.
I'nlon Pacific, Atchison. Pennsylvania,
cnited States Steel. American Car. Colo
rado Fuel and Sloss-Sheff ield Steel are
amongst the stocks which have risen to
the hlgest prices of the year on the pres
ent movement. The prominence amongst,
the Industrials of stocks associated with
the iron and aleel trades Is notable. " Con
flicting vlewa were held of the showing
to be made hv the quarterly report of
the United States Steel corporation, but
as It was known that this would not. be
published until after the close of the
Stock exchange session the effect of the
report wss not looked for 1n the stock
market until tomorrow. Some of the dull
ness was due to this fact. Immediate
newa of the day had little effect on the
market. Breaking of the drouth in the
winter whrat rglons relieved some
anxiety for favorable conditions lo seed
Wheat prices advanced on reports of
damage to the Argentina crop. The eilf
lng to take profits at the end of the dav,
although ainall, was sufficient to reduce
the narrow gains to fractions xcept In a
few specially long stocks.
London securities were firm. Tola I
sales, par value. $.1.84.000. 1'nlted States
bonds were unchanged on call.
Following were the sales and range of
prices on the Stock exchange today:
Haioa. mm. low. cisi.
draamg cM.-ks to taks thii mooev fioni
the banks until they undei stood Hi situa
tion. . New I mrtt Mener Market.
NEW YORK. Oct 27. -PRIME MERCAN
TILE PAPF.R--4fH' pr cent.
STER1.1NO EXCHANUE Kasv. eiih '
tual business In Mtiki bill" s' M '47'Hj
4 Mo for sixty-day bills -and - st $4 fur
demsnd: comnien isl bills. II M'i
PII.Y'ER Bar. M',e; Mexican dollars. 4V.
BONDS Uovcrnment. steady; rsllroad,
MONEY On can. siesdv st l'.fiP per
loent: ruling tsle. P, percent: closing bid.
I 1'4 per cent; offered at 14j per rss.il. Time
: loans. ty dull and steatij ; sixty-day bills.
I -'V(i;l Pi" cent; ninety days. J4J3' per tent;
I six months. S per cent.
Closing quotations on ' bonrfs were as
01". J Inl Mel. 4't S.-.S
I I. A S. uni. 4 . . ',
1 1-)'4 Mm. r s t as
1"1 M l t enlrsl U !,
VWi 1n 1st tne I"
1H Wins St. I,, te ... ,H
.1 . K. 4V T. 4a .. t.r,
o't do ; .'.
tui'l R. R. of M . 4 M'i
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Show More
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS HIGHER
All Kinds ef neep and l ambs, Botk
Feeders and Killers. Arllte and
Folly Steady wltk tdtanre
I S re'. J,
I'. . . rsi
l s 4. ri
Am Tobncis 4i
do Ss . . .
Alrhlton sen. 4 . ..
Mo aj. 4
Ailanllc t' L. 4i
Hal Ohio 4a
Brk. ft T. r. 4a...
1 en'ral of Oa. 6a ..
1I0 lat Inr
do 3d Inc.".
do 34 tor
ITiea. Ohio 4'a...
t'htrsxo A A. .
L'., B. A Q. n. 4n ..
C . R. I. P 4a..
do rol. to
do rfds 4s
I'll'. A St. U f. 4a.
t'nlo. Jnd. (a
Colo. Mid. 4s
t'nlo. A So. 4a
Pal II cr 4a..
t A R. O 4a......
Erie p. I. 4a
do sen. 4
Hoes. Val. i f
do XA aerlaa
1, N, Y. f. a Ji 9:
tOH'i N. J.' V. s. as IJo,
I ia No Faclfic 4a Kt'S
M; to -la it.
N". A W. v. 4a t
sl'a f . U rrd( la. . .. 4
itPens. n. J', a lfufi... 'm
!! do coif. 4a lOt,
j fteadins ffn 4t n,
44 "Rep of I'uha b :0i4
.t St. I.. I. M. r M !!'',
10'4 St. I,. S, r. f. 4a. 7't
n SI I.. S. W. r. 4a 711
Seaboard A. U 4a.. (
;) So. Pai-lflr 4i 1V
74' do lat 4 v
aa-So. flatlear b .i
Texas A P. la tut
' ;'4T , Si ! A W . 4. . Mv,
Isioa Parlfic a T
:nt do ct. 4a liw",
.1';ir. S. Sleol id 5s 10.1'a
a Wahaati is lift.;
T Weatern Md. 4 1h,
7.1 W.- A L. . 4s Hit,
I.fcSWIa. (Mntrsl 4a '
. H'V N. Y , N. H A H.
, n rt. a rtfa ur-i
. M"Lata Shore 4a 11 ...
London gtoclt Market.
1JNDON, Oct. 27. American securities
were firm and rrom 'i to nigner nurlng
the early trading today, cmon I'aclfh
Amalgamated Copper were In demand
led th advance.
Ixuidon closing stocks:
. MSM., K. t T
. 14 .V. Y. central
. IS Norfolk A W
.I.'i So ptd
. ', Ontario A W
. 1TB.nd Minn
. 444, Raadlni
'' Southern. By
.144 do prd
. J.t'.L Southara Pa.iflc....
, nlon Pacific.,...
, fir, 'do pfd'.. . ....
'.'! f. .1. steal..'
. 4'j do ptd
. do prd
.14i'i Spanlah 4a
steady st 23Hd per ounce.
The rata of discount in the open market
for short bills Is ltflS per cent; for three
months' bills, igyv per cent.
Baltlmors A Ohio...
t'hsaapaaks A U
Chli'Sgo U. W
1 hi.. Mil. A at. P..
panvar A Bio ( ....
Erie ..".'.. '.'...'...
do lat pfd
do Id pM
Loulavllla A N
OMAHA, tvt. 2
Two ds this week ... 7.1M 3 if" -".s'"
Ssma days last w eek . . . .21.f s 43 . .
Same davs 1 weeks ago.l.1ii ! ' M
Same dsys 3 weeks agn.21.2tt SUM i.4i
Sam days 4 weeks ago.M.R.Ti 161 ft2.'J
Same dsys last year 13 i47 3 J23 32,217
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for th ar lo date, compared with last
1 CHaf 19"7. Inc. Dec.
40.3fl3 im.44n 1V3
2.0O2.:j 2,0l.rJl 24 381
1,7 42.632 1.713,3HI) l.a2
following table shows tha average
price of hogs
at South omaha for tha last
with ootnpariaons :
Date. ' 108. 1907. 11906. lD06.lM.ll9u.;iaO2.
1H... S 30HI 6 08
20. ..I ft 2ISI
ft V 6 m
& 4:'t, ft fT
& 41 7l
I 7 0 .'
& s ft 1:
6 OA! ft 041 4 9ft
ft 20, ft 141 ft OS! 8.
I ft IK ft 1 ft 70
ft 14 I ft 14 7ft
ft 10, 6 23! ft 14 ft 74
6 m ft I ft 71
4 94! ft Oftt 6 2f;
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each toad wss:
attic. Hogs. Sli p. Hs s
C. M. A St. Paul 1
Missouri Paoific I 1
I'nlon Pacific 21 7
C. A N. W., east H 2
C. A N. W west 32 5
C, SI. P.. M. O ... 2 1
C, B. A Q , east 3 3
C, R. A Q., wst 31 8
C., K. I. & P., east.. 7 1
C. R. I. P.. went..' 2
C. G. W 2 1
Total receipts 111 :t!
as asHwssaj iiniimmasssasfc.
$2.00 tvntJ u$K $1.00 up..
THE ILER GRAND HOTEL
16th and HOWARD STS.
Large commodious newly equipped roeme. The
only first class hotel in Omaha on the American
Plan. Right in the heart of ths business district.
Every possible convenience. Elegant Turkish Dsth.
J. W. HILL. JR..
ti I an
1.0 a ao
SOO I I'l
of sheep this morning
wnicii wss verv fair,
rslr to good ewes.
$2.o3.16, culls and
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tite num
ber of head indicated
track. 1 1, no.
Articles. I Open, f High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
I' Wheat I 1 I I I
v1' Dec. 'WV1'J iiHi'-S. 9sl 1 t'1 '99 ti't
1 May ilutdiS, 1 it;',! 1 m los',-, 1 ojil
1 July I 9i'ti 9xl, 971,1 iiisi ji;
I. I'nrn- I ! I 1
I , iK'c. iM-SV;,"-- 48I',1- .'!SIt3V
May ,b3ii' .' 63 ti.', til ti2Hti
July I W' , tv", fc-,1 fcift' tuij
'nalk- I f ' .1 I
Dec. 47J ' 4' 47i 44 f 4;-'4
July lo1.; 4'4 ;',., 4&i4' 45
folk- I 1 I !
Oct. 1.1 724; 13 75 1.1 724j V 7S 1 13 "
Jan. 15 .VI IS t. 1 15 7ji, (IN , 15 771,
.Mav 15 75 I 1ft 87'4ji 15 ti.'i, 15 S74 15 70
f Lard- I I I 1 I
f Nov. 9 tvi ! 721, 9 Ho 9 72' 9 tvl',
I .1.411. $42',' t't 35 ; f,o , 4.1
I May it 47V 9 t' ' 9 in 1 S 57' S I7,
1:1 ha-:- 1 ! I ,' .
net. I 2l; 2; R 2f ftl'V ft 62'x
'. .1,111. 8 42, Sen ! 8 ;iS ,81 ; 8411
May . 8 57'i 8M I 8 5u ; 8 So I 8
Kauaas lily t
cnanged; December. 94c
91'fcc; c:iah. No. 2 hard
('nth quoutiotis acre sj follows:
FLOCK Market steady; winter paients,
I'tojiiso: "traights. $4 Jcm4KO; spring p(.
'us. $, s.Ju,it, traights. Il iaVijl fii; bak- re
W IIKAT-No. 3 spring. 3cj$l.lCi; Nu. 2
t'OHN-No. 2. 7'.ti70i. No. 2 ello. 7i'U.
o VTS-No. ?, white
RYK-.Vo. : 74t7!.
P ARLI.Y-ti..o,1 feeding
1 li-itee niailii.s. ,VVji( .
SLK.D Flax. No 1 1101 thwtei 11.
pkoYlSloN'S-Siovi rin. sides
VxiS .1. ' j. J 01 k. meas. per bti
lta7'j iJitd per tij.) ll,. $9.7;i.2tjS
ileal suics ii'i'Min. V:&W9.:t.
Receipts and shipment of flour snd grain
were as follows:
hard. t.i!f. ; No
3 red. HSciill.on.
ber. ft7'.c; Mav, 57 V
i mixed. tT'V-; No.
white. HiVhi-: No. 3
OA'l t4t nchanged
rain and Provisions.
on. .'i.-nitKAT-l n,
May. 9H,c; July,
NVfllWi No. 3
red. $1.0oVijl.oll.c; No.
to 1c lilglier; Decem
; July. ft77,c: cash. No.
3 mixed, tic; No. "
10 We lower: No.
Oilte. 4f4Hc; No. 2 mixed 4fie
R Y K ifccuuc.
HAY-8ieady: choice timothy, $vgiu.uo
choice prairie. IS. 25 5 8.70. '
HCTTKR Firm; creamery, IT'tC, packing
1 loose 1.
glier; fresh exlra, 2Sc; cur-
Islble Sapply 0r t.raln.
NKW YORK. Oct. 27.-gpecUI cables and
telegraphic communications to Bradstreets
this week show the following changes In
available supplies as compared with last
account. Available supplies:
Wheat: 1'nlted Statea, east Rockies, in
creased 2.0f'.t bushels. Canada in
creased 1 10.000 bushels.
1 otal. I niteii states and
creased 3 lV.OOo bushels.
Afloat for and in Kurope. increased l.SoO
j utai a mem an ana fiuronesu mnniv
I.KW.fiiil bushels. '
dried Sistes srel Canada
I'nited States and t'atiada
Tlie leading increases and decreases
ported tins weeK loilow:
Increases: Chicago private leaiors,
l'.'l.iaw busiiels: Rim heater, 5umi bushels.
Lie. usaacs: Louisville, 74.1S4J bushels.
AmslgamAtad Copper ...
Am. c. A r
Am. C. A r. pr
Am. Cotion Oil
Am. H. A L. pfd
Are. les ftaruriflaa
Am. I.lnaeed Oil
Am. Locomotlvs pfd
Am. ft. A R
Am. a. r. prd
Am. sugar Roflnlng
Am. Tobsrco pfd
Anaconda Mining Jt'ti
Allantln Coaat Line
Baltlmors A Ohio
Bat aY Otilo pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pacific ...;. ..
( antral Lsathor
Central i-aaiaor rdM.t..
central of Now Jaraov..
chMpaako 4 Ohio
Chleaao ot. W.....
Chicago A N. W
C., M. A 81. P
C V.. C, A St. L.
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A So
Colo. So. tat pfd
Colo. A So. 2d pfd
corn Prodncta . . .-
Palawan A lludaoo
Inrr A Rln Oranda..
D A R. O. pfd
11 at i 1 1 erm" gorurltlta ...
Kris lat pfd....:.
Kris 2d pfd
Oraal Northarn pfd
01 Northern Ore rtfa. .
Illinois Contra I
Int. Mot. pfd
Int. Papw pfd
Ksnata City So
K f So. nfd
Loulavllla A N
Minn. A St. L.
M., Hi. P. A S. g. M .
j Missouri Pacific
I M., K. A T
' M., K. A T. pfd
j .National Lead
1 Naw York (antral
N. V.. O. A W
Norfolk A '
P.. C. C. A t. L
Praaaed Steal Car
Pullman Palace Car...
Railway Steal 6prln..
Ht-publlc Steal pfd
Ro. W Uland Co
rtcK k Uland Co. ptd
Si. I.. A S. F. 2d pfd
Bt. Iula S. W
Hi. Loula II W pfd. .
So. Pacific pfd
t So. Railway pfd
j Tannoaaas Copper . . . .
T., l. L. 4 W
T., St. I.. A W. pfd..
I nion Pacific .
V nlon Pacific ptd
I . s. Rubber
. . Rubber lat pfd .
1. ?. giatl...
1 s Steel pfd
I tali Copp.r
a. -Carolina Chemual
a.-taro. chem. pfd...
W aMarn I nion
W . A I-
1 . 4MI
. 1 l"0
. 1, I'M
1 . 0041
. 1 . 7(
. i I Oil
. i w
, . 1 vi
New Yerlt Mm lac Stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct.
on mining stocks:
Brunawlck Con. . .
Com. Tunnal atock.
com. Tunnal bonda.
Con. Cal. A Va .
I.sadvlllo 1 on.
1. lit la Chirr . .
'total aalea for tha day. abarea.
Statement of thai Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 27 -Today s state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $150.(l(T0.ofl0 gold
reserve, shows: Available cash bslance,
11H6.RS7.W6: gold coin and bullion, $38,485,087;
gold certificates, $42,777,130.
BOSTON, Mass.. Oct. 27. WOOLA slight
falling off In the demand in nearly all
Hues msrks the local wool market, through
many of the buyers having supplied their
requlrmnts. Shipments, however, con
tinue steady ar.) prlvea rule firm. There
Is an apparent, tendeticy to await the re
sult of the election before closing heavier
deals. All grades of Ohio wool sell well,
but the .supply in fleece wools is limited.
A largo transfer of Indiana quarter-blood
Is reported, as well ai a large line of Ore
gon eastern staple. 'Other tinea sr fslrly
active. The' leading' domestic Mtiotattuna
range as follows: 1 Domestic wools: Ohio
and Pennsylvania, flo.ces, XX, 32aV5c; X.
3132c: No. 1 washed. 34C!f3oc: No. 2
washed. 33fB.14c; fine unwashed, 2l1V22c;
half blood, combing, -2fijtt7c: Ulree-elghths
blood, combing. A, 26c; quarter blood,
combing, 26J.36c; delaine, washed, 34(fa6c;
delaine, unwashed, 2Hau7c. Michigan, Wis
consin and New York fleeces, fine, un
washed, 2tffK.'lc; delaine, unwashed. 26(rT26c;
half blood, tinwaBhed. 2Vfl2Sc; three-eighths
blood, unwashed. A. 2fic; quarter blood, un
washed, A. 24c. Kentucky. Indiana and
Missouri, three-eighths blood, aUVflLtie ;
quarter blood, 24a2oc. Scoured values:
Texas flue, twelve months, 6l3i3o; from
six to eight months. 4ufii47c; fine. fall. 424iv
4:''. California northern. 4ifj)4oc: middle
county, :tca40c; southern. 371j3Kc; fall free.
8fift37c. Oregon eastern No. 1 ataple, 67
Mo; easterr No. 1 clothing. 47iCOc: valley.
No. 1. 47fa4sc. Territory fine staples. M'q
oc; fine medium, staple. 064161: fine cloth
ing. 4".r?"3c; f't" medium clothing, 4fic;
half blood. 6v'n66c; three-eighths blood, 4V9
611c; quarter blood. 434oc. Pulled: Kxtra,
5('iS7c; fine A. fjOtiCSc; A supers. 43iu4!io.
Sri. IXlt lS. Oct. 27. YVOOI-I 'nchanged;
medium grades combing snd clothing. 1rV5
20c: light flue. 1Vji.tj4; heavy fine, ll12c;
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift A Co
Cuduhy Packing l..
Vansanl & Co
Carey & Benton
I. oliman & Kothohlld..
W. I. Stephen
Hill A fc'on
F. P. Iewls
J. R. Root A Co
.1. H. Hulla
McCreary A Carey
II. P. Hamilton
Al. Hagerty A Co
Smith A F
Cattle. Hogs. Sllei
NKW YORK. Oct. 27.-M FTA I S-The
Ixjndon tin market was higher at J21.'t3 17s
8d fcr spot and 135 10s for futures today.
The local market was quiet, but higher iti
sympathy with the foreign gain, being
quoted at SJ9.ii3i329.75. Copper advanced to
161 :ts 9 d for spot and 62 for futures in
the lx)ndon market. The local market was
firm, with lAk quoted at $13.2'i'fj.l3.S7-,.
clectrolyt'c al $13.37'A'U13.6i,i: canting at
ll-'i.l-Val.l 374- Lead was unchanged at 1.1
6s 3d iu the lxndon market, lxical market
was firm and a shade higher at $4 27"i.,f
4 32t. Spelter was unchanged at 20 "in
the London market. The local market was
steady at $4.804.(!S The Knglish iron mar
ket was lower, with standard foundry
quoted at 4s 2d and Cleveland warrants at
4ka 4', 'i. Locally Hi market m unchanged
No. 1 foundry northern. i.bki 17.25: No. 2
$16.0O'n 16.75: No. 1 southern arl No. i' south
ern soft. Il6.76gl7.26.
ST. IX1II8. Oct. 27.-MKTAIJ4-lad,
higher; J4.i;ig4.0; apelter, lilgh.r, $170.
1 'ATTIJ3 Receipts of tattle
Ing were very light, only 105
reported In, which was th emsllest run
for a Tuesday since the third week In
July. The cause for such small receipts
Is not hard to dlscovej-, when It Is taken
Into consideration that there have been
extremely bad storms for this early in the
season over a good share f the range
country. For the two days this week
the receipts foot up 7.164 head, ss against
21.88a head for the samo days last week.
Among the tattle here today were very
few beef steers and still fewer that looked
desirable to buyers. For somo reason or
other there did not appear lo he any great
amount of life or strenglh to the trade.
Buyers appeared a good deal aa they did
yestetday, indifferent and -not particularly
anxious to secure the few cattle here.
Their own. explanation of their indifference
was that the ca.ltle were not the right
kind. With so few cattle here it was jiard
work to quote the niarket.
Cows and heifers were in active demand
and everything In the way of dash-able
killers sold very freely at price that were
10c higher than eaterday. To put It
another way the market on good cows and
helfera la around 26c higher than last
week's close, wldch meana that most of
the decline of last week has lieen recovered,
fanners did not show so much advance
today, buyers not lielng as enger for theni
as they wet for the better grades.
The market on stockers and feeders was
rather wild, prices being Wvoc higher
thun yesterday at leant, or 26c or more
higher than last week's close. A feeder
buyer paid ss high as !")."" for weslarn
dehorned white faces carrying 1 nnsidei ahie
fiesu. in fact enough for killers, fclvery
thlng desirable changed hands in very
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
rornfed steers, 86 .2&777.00; fair to good corn
fed ateers. $i.40t6.3r: common to fair corn
fed steers $4.0O'a5 5: good to choice rauim
steers. I4.404o.4o; fair lo good range steers,
$3 9i?i4.2f; common lo fair range steers.
$30033.80: good to choice ccmled cows and
heifers, $3.507 4.00; good to choice grass
cows and heifers. t3.utKti3.6n: fair to good
gra's cows and heifers, $2.5on.S.oi); common
to fair graas cows and heifers. $.!.0oa2.rifl;
good to choice stockers and feeders. $V4 3f v$
4 40; fair to good stockers and feeders, $3 60
4.1b: common to fair Blockers and feed
rs. $25mrr3.40; stock heifers, $2 2,",(fi'2 75; vesl
calvea, $2.764jo.7t; bulls, stags, etc., $2 Ocfc1
No. Av. Pr. .No. Av. Pr.
17 1.111 I 1
W KSTER No NEPRASK A
ft... . .
especially considering how unfavorable, for
shipping tne weatner lias neen lor tne last
few days. The market looked a little slow
st the openag, but when buyers were thor
oughly swske li becstue fairly active on
most all kinds, so that the bulk of the re
ceipts chsnged hands in very good season
In the morning. As to prices there was
not much change, th market being fully
steady st yesterday's advance. Packers
psld $5.nO for good fst lambs, which wss
higher than anything brought yesterdsy
and there was quite a sprinkling of stuff
at and around $50. In fait Breeder buer
paid ss high ss $6.40 for very good lambs
csrrylng enough flesh for killers. Fat
sheep and feeder sheep both sold very
freelv at good firm prices.
Quotations on sheep and Is nibs: Oood lo
choice lambs. $5.2506 50; fair to good lambs.
t",.(H4ifi.I6; feeding lambs. 14 a5.ol; good to
choice light yearlings. $4. 16414. 60; good: to
choice heavy yearlings. $4. cord 1.26: feeding
C yearling 83.75fjt4.2&; good to choice weth
ers $4 tKVi4 Sf; fair to good wethers. $S.7i8
' 1 4 00: feeding wethers. $3.4tteS.6J: good to
1 I choice ewes. $3.65U4 00:
$:i.2MT3.66; fed1ng eWe,
1 bucks, Jl.rotu5.oo.
" I 143 Idaho ewes
' I 125 Idaho ewe, feeders
528 Idaho lsmbs
4K3 ids ho lambs, feeders
900 Montana ewes, feeder culls
AM) Montana culls
14 Idaho lambs, cull feeders....
402 Idaho lsmba
12 Idaho ewes
345 Idaho lambs, feeders
25 Idaho lambs, cull feeders....
33 Idaho ewes and wethers ....
447 Montana lambs, feeders
740 Wyoming yearlings
2I8 Wyomfhg yenrltngs, feeders.
25 Wyoming ewes, feeders
463 I'tah yearlings, feeders
264 I'tah lambs, feeders
48 t'luli lambs, cull feeders.....
24 t'tali yearlings, culls
:'. iitatin lambs, feeders
300 Wyoming lambs, feeders ....
4S2 Wyoming wethers and year
lings 70 Wyoming lambs, Culls
160 Wyoming wethers and year
lings 50 Wyoming nulls
498 Wyoming wethers, feeders..
101 Wyoming wethers, feeders..
11! 3 96
110 3 10
74 6 40
61 4 90
T 2 60
70 1 00
49 4 16
70 . 6 40
10O 2 AO
11 4 80
11 4 16
lit) 3 76
84 4 00
84 4 60
78 4 10
78 I 76
90 4 36
63 4 80
58 4 10
86 I 36
67 4 s&
80 6 16
64 4 26
1 4 36
79 $ 00
119 4 00
118 4 0l
0O. Bananas. 4c psr lb. Plurti $l ss per
4-basket crate. Pac4, CAllforela, Wfw
pr box: Texaa. 4-baskt orata. M?T6e
Pear. $1.60 per 4-baaket oral. Blackber
ries. $4.00 par crate. Kaapbarrlaa. Mm nr
orate. Cherrlea. UK. currants, ttt tr
crste Oooserrls. 82.1 per crate.
LIVE POl'LTRT -Hinn to; springe, lfvs;
roosters. 6c; ducks, young. c;jo14, THc.
geese. c; turkeys. 14c; pigeons, par aes.
squabs, 82 00 psr flosen.
4 aTea Market.
NKW YORK. Oct. $7. COFFBii rutnrsa
msrket rlnsnd atesdv. net unchanged 1 6
points higher. HaUes were reported Of
81.500 bags. Including October at .; No
vember and Deoeniber. llto: January, e.itic;
March, 5 WrJ6.0r:: May and June, ,e: Jul?.
5.(?4.10c: September. 60M5.1tc. Spot f
fee quiet: Hlo No. 7, 4c: No. 4 SsntftS.
Cc: mild coffee, dull; Cordova, ii1!V-
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle and Hogs Steady to 'Irons;
Sheep Steady to lllgrker.
flHCACKl, Oct. 27.-OATTLF Receipt a
rstlmnted st about 6.00(1 head. Market
steadv to strong: stockers, $4.407.80; crw,
$3.0tx-i.')0: heifers, $2.50if4.25; bulls. $2.6ft3
4.60: calves. $3.0oiB8.O0; stockers and feed
HOOS Receipls. estimated st shout
17,000 head. Market steady to strong;
choice heavy shipplny $6.Oii4J6.10: butchers.
l5.tt64io.1A; light mix tl Jfi.JiViio fl; choice
light. $,tV50u-.5; pack,..g, $66uf6.9S; pigs.
W.4W4.85: bulk of sles. I6.60t6.90.
SHKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, estl
mateil at ahout 1S.O"0 head. Market steady
to 1'"al5c lilgher. Sheep. J4 ai4.75, lambs,
I4.76(fi6.; yearlings, tl 8:6.(i0.
Kansas rity 1.14 e Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 27.-CATTI,E-Rs-celpts.'
18.000 head. Including l.aiO south
erns. Market steady to shade lrrwer; stock
ers snd feeders, strong. Choice export
and dressed beef steers, $S.00ttr7.: fair to
good. $4.5uo;6.9ti; western steers. $3,6044.90;
stockers and feexiers. $2.80t&4 60; southern
steers. S.t.0(Xri4 36: aoiithern cows, $2.00(5)
3.15: native cows, $1.7647(4 60; native heifers.
$2.6fni.'i; bulls, t:Arq$.TS; calves, t'!.7fi(Sf
HOOS Receipt a 14.(K hesii. Market
steady to 5c lower. Top. $T.9P; bulk of
sales, fi.20tl6.Wi; heavy, $5.766.95; packers
and butcher. $5.tiie.K: light, $6.:'63ft.70;
pigs, $4 iXo6.26.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpls. 8.000
head. Market strong to 10c higher. Iviioon,
I4.25j?j5.7; ewes and yearlings, $3.7514.30;
western yearlings, $4 (fj4.7B: western sheep,
$3.60i4.3O; stockers and feeders, $335(ff4.26.
Mllwaakee Oiala Market.
MILWAVKEE. Oct. 57. WHEAT
Higher: No. I northern. $1.0010.: No. 1
northern, $1 OtVgl.uft: December, $1.0014 bid.
CORN-Dull; Per-ember. (ttc.
BARLEY Utendy; standard. 644c;
WHAT'S IN A NAME? NAUGHT
Traveling Men with Celehrated Jnnn
Hancocks Are Rea-latered at
Whsfs. In a name?
Donald Rooertson Is registered al tha
Rome, K. 1 1. Hollar d t tha Paxton and
H. A. Jones at tha Henshaw. But tht first
named Is not the Chicago actor-masagP' .
nor the second tha man who played th
butler in a "House of a Thousand Candles"
and considered by many crlt.es lh bast
character actor In America. Nor does tb
Mr. Jones of the Henssw come from
Tendon, nor did he writ "Th Liars ' or
"The Hypocrites," or any other drjuis. On
the contrsry. lie sells lumber out of Mlri
apolls. Mr. Robertson Is a 8stt Frsnc'ican
Although tha initials of Mr. Holtsnd ste
"E. If.." he Is not even ti. payor "f
Bloomitigion, 111.. Unown 11101 01 lt I"
fame as a former president of the Three-1
Base Bail lesgu7"Instead h Is lh
era I traveling represent alive cf the A. P.
Chase Piano company.
Thr are some other fsmous names on
hotel registers today, for there are culir a
few chorus girls her and the prei!lct ti
of young women so employed for 1 high
sounding no"mncIlur has rvide'v.iv tint
run It course, although theatrical msAig
ers have pretty generally frowned on li of
1st. There are fewer "Clarice Monttnoreii
cles" and "Dorothy d Yrf. ton lh pro
grams and hotel ristrsi. whot hand
kerchiefs, somewhat curiously, irs marked
Maggie Burk or Mary Brown.
Anolhr curious phenomenon, which, tugy
be noted is thst all aclors snd aetrsa
are residents of New York. But If lhy
do live on Dearborn avenue. Chicago. ;
even coma from Podtirk Corners, they have
either been residents of New York for a
week at some stago mot the Metropolian
or Wallaces) of their lareer. or thv ex
pect to walk the Rialto some day.
Boston Storks and Boads.
' BOSTON. Oct. 27 Money, call loans. 2tJ
3 per tut; time loans. Jfit'i per cent.
Quotations on stocks and Donds were a
N ..eat. nu i2.ihjo
ut n, bti Iii.m'..
lals. bu. ....... .., . oji-m
1 : e. bu t'. ...
! .il'.-y. bo,..,...,'
On the RVoilute
ei market waa sica.iN
ln:run. 501 ;'ic. las
el inoluded i(42-i'
f ii-ik. :'6c. Chef so. sts'i.v. I .'
("Kuril ' it. 1 .7 - i'ijiin -ii
'. .1. . , S wh . e. 7h : i
".. . !.$.. Ntf. 3 '"- .
new. 10 ' g r.i if. SS .
' ' I S 1 nactiv e : 1 oti-i-g .1..
i 1 ea men
a"J l, ;
Li e but-
Steady; Ian deiiian.i;
ei v. 24c; extra llearb
Mlnneaaolla t.r.-. la Market.
MIN'NFA POJ.f (! 1 27 - WHEAT --"Ol's;
Way, $l.i"Tl.t' Cash. No.
net 27 .-BCTTKR-exir
KtjU.S I'. 1111 : g.vid dinund; Ivunsylvsnia
and oilier neai b lusts. 2fc at mirk: cur
rent iwi"ts in leturnablc iae. 2Nr at
niaik. cfterii fit sis f c.. '.vc ,it mark;
t tiiieiit iTceipia, f. c . '.'S it mark.
H KE3E Firm hoi uu'et: New York
f ill craiii .choie. 1.1'tc: f'r to g,n d. I."
I.lterpuel Grain Market.
I I V i:nPt"H 'I. Oct. 27. WUEAT-Pf.ot.
iov; No. 2 ted. western winter 7s l,.1
Fin uica iea.l. De.eir.ber, 7 i'jd Minn,
is .',.1. M .y. . ',d.
' ( 1 li X Si .ul, si-si : Ainainan nik.t. 7a
I'.'i Futuic. sieady; December la 7',d;
Jaicmiv 5- 5',. I.
FL'JL 11-VA inli i patent stead; gt 9 II
Alchlaon adj. 4 .... t Altle ...
da 4a , .( al. A liarla .... l
Al.ll'aon R. R -'' ( eniatinial K
4o p'd i', ( oppar IUiii. ,1
Soatoa A Allway f'aly Wan
Soaton A Malna i't Pranklin t
Soatoa Eletatad i: O'.nbv 1 -1
ritcksurg pf .JUS 11 Roal .1
N. Y., N. H H. .I4k. Ma Ulaing
I aiaa Pacific ;;t', stKhigan 1 ',
Am Arg. Cham . . - Mohssk ;
do pfd . S Mt c ( 44
Asi. Pnan. Tut. -S ' .Old 1'ominRiii ,.. 4
Asiar. Sugar ' .1 Oa-.ola
do pfd . '1.' Pa' rol .
Am. T A T l2Svi'il(M- 1 :s
Am. Woolen . . sriaiu.on . ; i...,
do pfd Ttma.s. k -.4
iMtmlstea I. a S ;', fnuiiv 17
Kdloos Klac. lllu.... I I'nn.d Copper il'Y
tiessral nlectrlc 44 I. s. Minn. a.
Ms, allacnc ... S'il . S llii 2 ,
do pfd ... ' (ah
Ma. da. Vniona .4
t mind Fruit l-'a lA iuuna
I alia i. al ..4 - "w.ii-.t, :;
do pfd Nor.h H.uta i,
f. . Steal " biita i'k m ion
du pfd liO'jN.a'l 14
Ad.ont.ira ' (;al aV Arizona 1
AUouoa -IArla.,na lorn C4 ,
Am.lgama'ad ''4(ireene cana::ea . . . . .
B.d Aised. y j
9 cows 9X2
6 cows 863
11 feeders.. 1349
12 feeders.. 93
4 cow. . .
4 calves. .
62 ateers. .
NEW YORK. Oct. 27.-COTTON-Fut 111 . s
opened sieady; October. K.loc; December, 1
n.7.n , iaouei., ...oc, fll.li II. o.llc; ,iay,
8 6c; July. $.61c; Augusi. offered. 8 She.
Kilt. 1 res closed steady: October, (19c; No
vember. 8.95c: December. $.Wc; January,
8 S-t ; February. 8.77c; March, 8.76c; May
8.73c; June. 8.65c; July. 8.66c.
Spot closed quiet. 5 points advance; mid
12 feeders. .1043 3 90
1 Iceder.. 670 8 26
dling uplands. 9.40c
GALA ES'I ON. Oct.
Spot cotton, steady.
nominal: ordinary, 6
middling gulf,. &.6W.
ordinal , 7c; low middling.
8T. 1jllS. Oil. !7.-OOTTON-Steadv:
tniddlinr, 9Sc: sale, none; receipts. 4.219
bates; ahipmei.ls. 4. 119 hales; iiock, ls,7tvi.
F.vaporated Applea aad Dried Frails.
NEW YORK, Ocf. 27-fcJVAPO RATED
APPLES are reather easy In tone with nee.
crop prime at 6,i7c and 19n7 fruit ai 41.11
ic according to grade.
1 DRIED FltriTS.-' Prune are isanted
I only In a small way but iii es are sus
tained by expectations that with lhe com
ing of cold weather the atrong statistical
posliiun will make 1ilf felt. Quotations
range from 4'.c to Uc for California, snd
from 6'4c to 7'c for Oregon fruit. Aprl
,1.11s ate sieady witii cIioko quoted al tti
8i,c: extra choice at 8i49c. and fancy at
'9til03c. Peaches remain dull and easy
1 with choice quulej al 6,U-7c; extra 7hoici
I at 7VBc; fancy al sVdHc; raisins are
, unlet on spot but tile-tour of tne iiisikAi
j is firm with loose musvalrl quo:e v i'.tl
,ii':.c; choice to fancy sebited at 6rg7Sc; see.t
' less at . C'fl'i'jc. and liuiloii liona m
1 l t",Jl Ho.
24 tows 9;l S 60
24 cows 978 3 16
18 feeders.. 972 4 no
2 cows 72o 2 75
4 feeders.. lost 3 60
I cow i"i 3 25
9 steers.. .,106 8 60
4'. feeders.. 1 '10 i 5i
4 cows 8?o 3 (H
3 bulls 141a 2 4i
R. S Van Tassell.
87 cs. & hfs.K'28 3 M I'll 1
N. J Eugene
10 feeders.. 894 3 i 1
m . somoi
2 calves. .
6 cows. . .
5 calves. ,
10 f'-eders. .
1 feeder. . .
M. On Neb.
23 cow s
44 feeders. .
9 cow s
bt. l.onls Live Stock Market.
ST. IXIL'IS. Oct. 27. CATTLE Receipls.
5.100 head, including 1,300 Texana; n.ttlve
market steady lo 10c lower; Texas 10c
higher; native shipping and export steers,
$4.00167.40: dressed beef a'nd butcher steers.
$2.756.40; steers under 1.00O pounds, $3.0
6.40; stockers and feeders. t't.OiKiM.OO; cows
and heifers. $2.5O.ij.0O: canners, $2.lKVg.5:
bulls, 12.754.00; calves. $4.OO0'7.OO; Texaa
and Indian steers, $3.75436.60; cows and
HOGS RM.-elpta. 0.300 head; market. 5c
h'igher; pigs and Itghls. $3.ooirrf.60; packers.
$5.r,oli6.80; butchers and best heavy, $5,409
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpls, 3.000
head; market lnrdlfic higher; native mut
tons, $4.Vd4.4tl; lambs, $6,i0tii 90; cull and
bucks, $-'.50(114.00; stockers, 12-uotJ; J.75.
6 heifers... 313
11 feeders. .It02
64 feeders., sou
S steers. ..
8 sir ers. ..
a. A- hfs.ldli
5i 3 80
4 25 5 h.-irers..
4 20 6 feeders.
4 lo 10 feeders.
H. A. Andrews Wyo.
. l idfj 6 in
R. O PetTlsh Wu.
. 1 IM2 6 00
W. H Pierce-Wo.
10.Hi 4 70 1 ferler. .
.1178 4 25 2 ateers..
9-'(i 4 66 I sieer. . .
. 4Cii 3 6o
.1(72 4 10
. tdf, 3 no
. M Horner Colo,
imoi 4 lo I mat..
. 9VI 2 5u 2 bulls. .
Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 27. -CATTLE
Receipts, 2.0UK head. Market steady to
strong : steers. $4.0i"li7.fO: cows and heifers,
I2.oiVo6.i4; calves, H.fJ(a.iV).
HOUS Receipts , 3.C0) heed. Market
steady: top, $5 90; hulk of sales. 16 .Soqio.TS.
SHEEP AND UM HS Receipts, toy head.
Market strung; lambs, $4.6rj6J6 tt.
Slona City Live Stork Market.
SIOCX CITY', la.. Oct. 27 (Special Tele
gram. 1 CATTLE Receipl s, 1.500 head; msr
k-t strong; beeves, 84 fmOT.oii; grass cows,
$2.7rB4.0O; feeder. $2.76J4.25; calves and
1,.'., T T ..... I , , 1 1 . .4 n.a.1,.1 -
, J ' 11 ' , . ' ' - 1 1 I . , . V I IT I, , llia.HT-, I'l
$5.uft;6.6i; bulk of sales,
FOUR YOUNG FOLKS IN JAIL
Trno Bellbora and Their Girl Friends
Are Arrested for Stealla
A well organized schnme for the train
ing of girl thieves may hare been nipped
In the bud by the arrest and conviction of
Charles Raymond. John Davis. Anna Wood
and Mabel Thompson on charges of pCt
larceny. The quarlet .was sentenced t.
thirty, twenty, fifteen and five day, re
apectlvety, by Police Judge Crawford Tues
Coming to Omaha from Minneapolis about
two weeks ngo with no money, arid only
ordinary chance of securing poaitlonl, ths
two young women, agea 21 and 1$, war
met by Raymond and Davis, who wata
bell boys at a local hotel, and a cosy room
was provided for tlitm, in which the four
often met and pent their time. Lair an
other room In a lodging house at 172$ Dodfe
street was secured for th girls, and they
(started to make regular trip between th
two looms, each time ; taking- somrsiiitng
belonging to the hotel over to their otltr
Silverware, blankets, linan, V- aull of
clothes and numerous other articles bagan
to disappear front tha hotal and lh arresf
of the four young people seen-followed
Thy were taken to the police slatioa y
Detective Sullivan and Dunn Monday and
booked for petit larceny.
In th police court hearing Tuesday
morning it waa thought that Raymond ws
tha leader of th llttl band of thi.
ao he ' waa given th heavteat aetiteju.
Stock la Sis!.
while the other terms wtr mad of various
length so all the culprits would not he
liberated at the satna tlm.
Receipts of live stock" at the six princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cat lie. Hogs. Sheep
South Omaha .'. 2.000 2.4on 2.0t0
Sioux t'itv 1,200 1.500
St. Joecph 2,000 3.iVki 6.ft'i0
Kansss Ctiy lH.da) 14(Ao g.flta)
St lotiis 6.1("t 9. '.00 S.frt)
(."Jilcagti 6.0ii 17. (00 18,00
Tolal .33,9(10 44 6U0 tjn.OOO
d". 3 a
vvlil. n was
OMAHA. ki. 27. -Rank dealings for to
day wr $1.5$S.7.J2 and for tii rum.
spond.ng dat" last tear I..474 0"7.61
Tha telling off 111 1I1 bank clsring ie i.i.1
of Hi (JiiiMiia clearing house for fhis week
o.er in 1 01 1 eapuiuiing w e k issi ear is
scit.uiited for 10 a Isige measJi -by the
fact that after Monday of a tear ago most
of the busliiens was dons by checks f.n
some nine, wlii. li n..de in tianii ileailnrfs
it 'I'licuall lai.i. Many 'vpl wtf)
I till and
OIL CITY. Oct.
tl 7s. runs. 128. 041 bariels
I barrels: shlpmenls. 2'4) .758 barrels
1 182.713 bariels.
; SAVANNAH. Oct 27.-0'l.-Tui rent inc.
, Sles.1V. I'm'.c. I
K0S1N-Firm: quote: H $2 76, I). $j.75;
F. $2.7M2.2t. . $.3tr2.5: E, $.'75: H.
: t!.iii3.U: I. $3.9ot.isi: K. 84 75: M. $5.25;
N, 85 8,".; W. 41.. 6.3t', W. W., $, 35.
II leed. is
1 t ow
IMXIS-Receipis of liog4 ll
numbered only thlilv-lwu ir,
the smallest ror a luesriuv in a good many
weeks Ths market on Hie be.ter grades of
weighty stuff was generally i'IiI'.c hlglirr
than yesterday ami lhe offerings of thst
kind met with very five .-ale at the q
vmee noied. Common. Mailt and iihniiv
llimds and all under welgt.t stuff waa a
:i.lili. null, without apparent inipi ovement
tin alues With leccipta so light ever-
thing changed hands In good icaauii. The
hulk of the better grades of In.ga mid at
' $5 out,. o. 65 and on up aa high as In .
I RupY eaentallva sales.
Aro Yon Only inavit A1$TT
People with kidney troubl ar ao waak
and exhausted that they are only halt
allva. Foley's Kidney Bcretdy mAk
healthy kidney. rator lot vitality aad
weak, delicate, people ar raaiored t
bealth. Refuse any but Foley a Said by
Dalatn brain Market.
HI 1.1TII tut. 27.- WHEAT -N... I
liullliern, $1 e5; No. 2 northern. II. 11:1. I le
ceinh'r. l.oJ','. Ma: 11 ..,; ticiii.er.
$1 (4V Dei -eiilbet, H 'H'a. r
So A. n Pr NO. A. 11. Pr.
14 at ... 6 m so su
4; a" ... I ; ' Ml . I an
17. 74 . 4 1 4 Ill 40 4
41 1(1 24 4 M ( Va , i ..
4 ; t. i 3. ( in . 6
... H . t e 71 ... 2(4 4(.l f, ft..
. 177 1JS 4 4 . . .l w. 1 lv.
. 11 5 4'. l . . . .'XT i III
a: 8-1 ymt k v, 4 :;? w 1 1.1
at :( 40 ; i . .. :n 1.1 h
41 1 ii & ;.: , : 3:.i I, ft av,
71 us r. ; n if,
4.: ... -4 ;( 1 ft . a u ; u u
s . .. :. j' ;. . ."a ..'.c . .
,i ; I .' .' '. '. mi it i .
4 ... iM H 2j, ti id
OMAHA 4.EKKAI. MARKET.
Condition of Trade aad (notation on
Staple and Fancy Predaet.
Bl'TTER-Creaniery, No. I. delivered to
retail trade In cat ton. 23c; No. 1. in 60-lo.
tuba. '22Vic: No. 1, in So-lb. tubs, 23c; No. 8,
i'l 60-lti. tubs. ', , No. 2, in Jo-lu. tubs,
21c; No 2. in 1-lb. rartoiij. 21c; No. 1. In
arload lol, 21Vt' i No. 2, in carload lots,
19-fJlDSj'-; countij. fsncy. tubs, lie; com
Eiltif-Fresli csudled. lie per rtox.
t; EESK Finest Wlscoiisru full ctam,
twins. 14'c: young Americas 4 in hoop.
15c; favorite, $ in hoop, 15'V; darnie. 20 !n .
hoop, lu'ic crtam brick, fun caae. 13'c;
half cass. 13c: half dosen bricks, 14c. No
quotations 011 Swiss or limbeiger until after
SLOAR -Coats ;.iniated. 5oc; fin
granulated, o7oc; cube. I A ; powdered,
.j(v per lb
MT.k.k' Ct T8 Ribs: No. 1. ITW: No. 1.
lie; No. 8. (i'c. IaiIii: No. 1. luc; No. $, lie;
Nu. a. ic. Chuck; Nu. 1. 6':; No. 2. 4S,c;
No. 1, 4c. Ito.ind: No. 1, 'c; No. t, ic;
No. .1. 6',c. Plat: Nu. 1, 6'ic No. 1. ihie;
No. 3. c.
liRhBoh-D roL'LTRY Squao. $2 $0 pr
EO ETA RL&a Celery. Michigan. pf
dux.. 3V. Hcaus, new wax and spring, one-
tnird bu. ba-kel. $100; oav. per bu., No 1.
' $2. .0. lima. 4',u per lb. Cabbage, Zc per lb.
1 Potatoes, new. per bx, $110 Toiiiatoe. Pt
: 4 basket ciaie. (en . Watermelons. 2o(n3t)e.
I Cantaloupes, Califoinia. ii.Vi.' per cral
I Aeparagua. per dog.. . luc. Cucumbars. pr
' dox . fo'c. Onions. Bermuda. ILX per oa'.;
1 lvi cllu , $126 p'r erst. Musnrooma,
cultivated. pc In. h-. Leu. i.e. per doi..
, '.V Pepiirrs. i.o',i hern, $1 'a per i a'e.
1 rllY'Hli r Hi ll S-Ap ..es. t!MVi' W
J bu. bu. Lemons, It 'Aro ow. Orangva, 4 '
Tearker Drama HIyb Salary.
SIOCX TAXAA. 8. D, Oct. . (Spaelgl )
For the first time In tha history of
Hutchinson county, on of tha older set
tled counties of tha at at. woman taacher
has bean secured to taaeli on of tha coun
try schools at a salary of $64 par month
On or two man teaohars has contracted
at $60 per nionth, but tbls Is tho first t!me
a woman tachr has beau , paid so higfi
a salary. Yaars asps tha aalai'lts . paid
women teachers in tho country schools
averaged from $24 to $0 par raonta.
It ! an easy matter to aeeura bus. Has
through til Be YSant Ad colsma. .
J. P, BENKARO & CO.,
80 Bnidfif. Kiw Yirl Clfj. '
(Member N. Y. Stork Exebang )
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