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THE OMAHA DATLY BEE: MON'IUY, NOVEMttEn 2. 100.
WK have tn stork (no drlny) repairs for
ry srttike of furnace, steam or hot water
liwtrr, water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE RE1A1R WORKS.
1J08-4TB IHug) Bt.
Telephones: Bell. Douglas 9; Ind., A-8C1.
THE SOUTH OMAHA AND WE8TERN
RAILROAD tWli'AN Y Special Meet
ing .Omaha. "Neb., October J, lie. a spe
cial meeting ' of the stockholders of '1 hs
Mouth, Omana and Western Railroad Com
pany will be held at the ofrlee of ths
company In Omaha. ;ib., on Friday, De
(tmbr ). IS, at H o'clock a. m., for ths
njrpokS ot authorising ' and providing for
tr,e silent the railroad -.f ilia Houth Omaha
and Vlt Rallrosd Company, with Ua
franchise and appuftenances. It real e
mu and personal property,' to Union I'a
oifvo l:ailioad Company, In consideration
lor iucii s.le to bs tlia cancellation of
the bond and satlafactlon of the molt
gjge of said The South Omaha and Western
luitirdad Cnnrpany, and' the assumption of
all U other Indebtedness by the end
Union Paoillc Mstlroad Company; and for
lha purpose ol transacting alt such other
business may legally come before the
meeting'. For the purpose of the meeting
tn books for the traniuer of stock will
la cloned, at- 3 o'clock p. Hi. on Monday,
December 1. 1&Y and . will be reopened at
J.j o'clock .in. on Baturd.-iy, December
IJ. 1TV8. T. M. OllU, accrctary. OhdtoDlB
RAILWAY TiME CARD
UNION STATION lOTII ASD MAIOSI
t nlon I'ucff le
, ..Ieiya.' Arrlv-i.
Overland Limited. .A'. S.-So am a 9:40 pm
Coloiado iai. P" H 5:M l"n
AtlanUc Kxp. ... al;,:':' ",n
Oregon Kx prosit... 4 4:11pm it o:00 pm
Los Angel-!! .liiitt!d:..':.nl:!:o6 lm a 9 16 pin
Fust Mail ..'....:. --a1' io ww
(hira and Jup.-itl Mail..! prti n 5. on pin
Nv in PIVte l.cenl a 7:42 am a 4:46 pin
tolo. -Chicago Special.. .ali::iO am a 7:06 am
U-atri e 1 iSlroinsbunr
Le at .-. ... . bl2 :30 pm b 1 :40 pm
Chtago Express 7:15 am a 1:15 rm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pin a 8:30 am
Mlnn.-eir. I'-oil Exrmisa.b 7:tS am
Mlr.n.c. f:ul Ijiii. i . a 6:00 pru a:Juarn'
I blcagH A orlhtstrru , t
ChU-ugo Daylight .......a 7:25 am a 11 :H pro
bt. I'aiil-jVt.un. a-x-i a 7 46 am al:ao pm
I'liltugu, J.ixal aJl.W am a 2:28 pin
fcioux t-ity taBiny3 y. Jiu. put iWV im
Chl'jiiK' sp'clal ....... 0;w n at:3m
tit. l'aul-Mlnn. l.linlied.a H:M pin 8;i) tq
l.oa Aimclta iJIuntcd....a :ao pro B12.J6 pm
Overland Limited al'cvo pin a 8.2J ain
l H J!dail a:35pm
fcioux . CUV Loctl.. ,.'.'.. 60 pm S:Jiam
Twin City Limiled,.'..... 20 pm u iM am
Noi folk-Boiieateol ""1 . a J;2" P'",
j.lncolrLoiig I'lne a 7:'0 am 410:38 am
Ueadwood-Uncoln a :00 pm a 6:20 pm
aPr-Lande,r a :iiu pm 6'2J pra
Haallnge-rluperior '."..'.. :" pm b &:S0 pm
Fremont-AlWon ..:...;.b b.i) pm b 1:35 pm
llilcago Uraal- Weeternr-r- ,
fir."Paul-Mlrineap''t''"" pn ' 7:39 am
Bt, Pitul-MUineapoll 7:30 iuc ll.Za pm
t'hkago Limited :" pn: 8:2 am
Chicago Ibxpraaa J m 11:85 pm
Chicago xpi lUttpoi 2:30 pm
Rt. Louis Express a 8:30 pm a 9:25 am
Bt. Lout Local, (from
Council Bl4iff)T. 8:00 am' ULtS pm
Bianbeny Local- (from
Cour-cil Bluffe) b 5:00 pm bl0:15 am
V . fl.i HttAChll a T'l'fi Lilt- ft.11 'An mm
V.ul. AC iire. caiiis. .. .v' I'm v.m fiiu
Overland Liii.Otd ........ a k:U pm a s:W am
lJcrry .ooal ,...,'.'.., .T..b 5:16 pm bll 23 am
llalcaito. ituck lalanrt & l'aclflo .
Chicago Limited a 3.00 em all:fli pm
Iowa Local... ,.,..4; J.lw am a 4.30 pm
Hocky Mountain Ltd.. ..a :"ti am ' all:' pm
Lea Mriii'H He fcaaleru. .a 7)0 am a 4.3d pm
lj-h MUM 'Vasfcriirt;r..a 4:0j pm al2:30 Dm
loWa Local ...'....bll:00 am 'b 9:o6 pm
Chicago' haern ftxj.Ta 4:40 pm a 1:10 pm
Chicago. Flyer'. '.....'. i. .a S:at pin a 8;3i am
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Disappointing- Cablet Ctuse Dumping
of Long at 'Opening.
VALUES STEADY AFTER DECLETE
Hranrli from Argeatlaa Catlai
Ralllak aael Deaplte BrjeUf)laaj
Bean WleU LUUa
OMAhA, Oct. 31. 1908.
DlKappointing cable caused some dump
ing oi lung eiuff at the opening, but after
a small decline value steadied and the
narkuts became a Jed at fair owing to
Kcport trom AraVntlna continue very
liullivh, and, whilei buying U of a scalping
nature, there I little ot no presure t,rom
the bear faction.
Wheat lost the advance made late yes
terday on early sales at the opening snd
a lack of cables sympathizing with our ad
vance yesterday. -..
After a sllfflit decline valines steadied and
closed featureless. December wheat opened
.It fttfckr an4 rln.n J r sun
Corn weakened after 'the' opening with
wheat In snite of boot' husVInc reports and
Corn receivers renort very llirht accept
ancdi of tlio new crop, as farmers do nat
seem In the' mood to sell. Wet". weather In
the south has. 41so prevented free market
December Corn opened at o7c and closed
Primary wheat' receipts Were S97.OO0
bushels and nhluinenla were T'W.OHO busheds,
awalnat receipts last year of 751,000 bushels
and shlnments nf Att 000 bushels.
Corn . receipts weri U'.WO bushels and
shipments jvere , MLOiX). bushel, against re
'ceipta last year of 31S.0HO bushels and ship
ments of 44,oo0 bushels.
Clesrances were 171.000 bushels of corn.
1.0O0 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
euunl tn Gt3 Out) bushels.
Liverpool closed unchsnged on wheat and
'.id to unchanged on corn
Local range ot options:
; No. I white, efiV; Nn. I white,
H . YP'eadv f- firm; chrtlee timothy,
eH.hi lVO: choice fH firle. W 6Afft 0.
Kl' TTKfl r.rm; creamery eatra, givjc;
arklrig stock. 17'y.
Ko vc lower; iresn extrae, jac, cur
rent receipts. 23o.
ItecelDts ana ahtpmer.ta ot grain were .
ollows: Receipts. 8hlpn-nt.
Article. Open, f Hlgh.f Low. Close.l Tes y
VVheat-l I I I
Den.... 4! 94HL - M M 84
May... M 98 : 87 98
Dec... 57 67 B7V 67i ' B7
May... 57ls 57 6W " 66 67Vi
Dec... 4014 464 ' 4SH ' 4SH 4fi4
May... 48 48 47 W 47'A 48
Rotky Mountain Ltd.,.aU:15 pin
Colo. & Cal. t;xpres..a l:a pm
Okl. i Texf Kxpiesa.. 4:4in
K. i-V-t. aw.nvapuas.. koo aw, a 8;4aa
K. (.'. 4 SU U iVApre.U:i.iiiii aviuprn
a 2:60 am
a 4:30 pm
,a ua pm
Bt'llLlXUTOA STA.-.IITH MASON,
.a 4:10 pm
.a 4:10 pm
.-..a 4lo pm
.. ..a 8:45 am
....a 8:16 am
... b 1:30 ;a
Deliver A California.-
Ntrti.l peciai .
Piaok Htlls ...4
Nebraska Express .
Lincoln Fast Mai) .
Llnooln Local .. .
Schuyler-Plattsmoulrr ,.b 3:10 pm
pellevuc-rinttsmouth ..a 8:00 pm
Pluttamouth-lowa... t 9:18 ain
Pelleviie-P'lat'siJioutS .ic t:J"i pm
Denver Limited 1:10 pm
Chicago Bpni'lai -i . T:26 am
Chicago Expresa 4:1X1 pm
Chicago Flyei;.-,,,. $;jf? Pm
Towa laical 9:1 nm
t. Louis Bxnress. 4:46 pm
Kansas titty & Bt. Joe..a1ft:4S pm
Kansns City 8'. Joe. .a 9:15 am
Kansas City & Bt. Joe.. a 4:45 pm
a 3.00 pm
a 8:60 pm
a ti:h pill
a 9:U4 am
a 8:10 pm
a :10 pm
b 9:00 urn
a 7:60 pm
a 8:53 am
b 1.05 pm
o 2:40 pm
a 7.05 am
a 3:66 pm
a 3.30 am
all :80 am
a 4 30 am
a 6:10 pm
WICBSJTJEH BTA. ItVTU JL WKBITEg,
rhlcnao, Bt. Paul, Bllnneapult Jt
Omaha . '..,,, , .
... 1 Leave.
Twin City Pnsenger...b :!) am
filoux C'.'y rssseiger..a !:00 pm
Fmersnn I.oc-il. i ,u? 8:46 am
Emcrsun - Local b 5:.E pm
Auburn l.ocol. b 3:60 pm bll:23 am
a Dallv. b D.illy except 8unoay. c Sun
day only. -d dally vcept Saturday. dally.
Oinaoa Cash Prices.
WKF.AT No. 2 bard. (M7m4c: No. 8 hard,
92UrnM'rt: No. 4 hard. 91U!K!lAc.
WKN-No. 3, twftc; ino. s yellow, Dec; o.
oath-No. 3 mixed. 44444e: No. yel
low. 44-in45c: No. 3 white. 46i4W4c; NO.
white. 44Va4j4Gc;- standard, 46Hc.
KXis no. z. toc; jso, a, se.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 60 63 131
Minneapolis -...a ..... 211
Omaha 63 .
Duluth '..; 243
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
orn, bu. ..
OaU, bu. ..
Options at Kansas City:
Open. Hlgrr.l Low. Close.
b 9:;o Dm
c 6:15 pm
b 9:10 am
Features of the Trading: and Closing;
Prices. on Buarsl of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 81. Qraln markets on the
Board of Truda wore weak today owing- to
realizing sales, wheat closing at losses oi
c. to H'li'Ho. Provisions also closed weak
There was a dec ded chanae of sentimen
In the wheat pit at tlio opening today from
that manifested at the previous close, in
market closed yesterday in- a flurry oi
buying based on sensational reports of
damaa-e to the Argentina crop, but at th'
opening today many of yesterday's buyers
were in a stampede to sell owing to iresn
dVlces ' t rbm Argentina which were less
bullish than previous reports. The failure
of the '"Liverpool market to. respond to
thA' advance here ' ven-terdav also-- lnsDlred
fr selling. ' Prices at the start were H
ffVc to c lower and before the end
the first hour further declines-of about
c had been recorded. Following thi
early activity, the market became dull
and -trading continued quiet the remainder
of .tho session. J"rlee also failed to rally
from the early weakness arid the marks
closed at almost the' bottom point, with
December at 11 and May at 31.03,. Thero
Was"-oTilt a" moderate demand for rash
wheat. but. premium .wore a rrtfla higher.
According to 4 locaf exiwrt ednc.ern, there
were few bids for wheat and the quoted
figures from abroad were a long way from
any possible business. Weather conditions
In the southwest were favorable for the
fall sown crop and receipts in the north
west were less than. for. the same day
last wevk. Clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 653,000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts were 897.0OO bushels, compared with
751. 0'O bushels the corresponding day a
year ago. Minneapolis, Dujuth and Chi
cago reported receipts' of 804 ears, against
735 cars last week and KB cars a' year ago.
Trade In the corn market was dull and
sentiment In the pit was bearish all day.
The Ideal weather for the. drying out of
the new mp and for the movement was
one of the chief weakening Influences,
lack of support of the October delivery,
which expired today, caused a 2c decline
in the cash'x markt, which, . In turn, de
pressed operations. Small receipts, how
ever, had a tendency to check, excessive
selling. The ' market closed weak, with
prices off Ho to H'ff'Vie, with December at
63l4C and M.iy at 62c. Local receipts ..were
63 cars, with, five cars of contract grade.
Oats were quiet and prices fluctuatod
within a. .Uc range. Cash houses were the
principal sellers. The weakness of wheat
and corn was the chief factor. At the
elos prices were unchanged to Lc lower.
with December at 4Me .nd May at 501
50-Sc Local receipts were 131 cars.
Provisions were weak owing to scat
tered liquidation.' The prlncipil soiling
was of Novemlier d$llverlnji. liberal re
ceipts of live !:ogs at western packing cen
ters was the main reason for the profit-
taking. . At tho close prices Wera 15o lower
to 6c higher.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
53 cars: corn, 63 cars; oats, 123 -cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
NEW YORK UKNERAL MARKET
' M W J'-
Qaotatlons of the. Day oa ,1arlaas
NEW TORK. Oct. 31-FLOCR-Recelpt.
26.871 bbls.; exports, 16,538 bbls. market
quiet and lower to sell. Minnesota patents,
35.iiVo6.ii6; Minnesota bakers, S4.3l4.6; win
ter patents, 84.614.90; winter straignts, tin
(jj4.t0; winter extras. 386O4iS.90; winter low
grades! 13 4vT3.8o; rye flour, quiet; fair to
good. 34.!j4.fiO; choice to rsncy, m.dowi.w;
buskwheat . flour, dull; 32.75''a2.0 per 10U
CORNMEAl-fttesdy: fine white and yel
low. 31.6osjl.76; coarse, 31.661.70; kiln dried.
K YE Dull : No. 2 western. 83c. f. tj..b.
New York. ' .
BARLEY Steady; malting. 0ffl8c. a. L f.
Buffalo; feeding. fiKfic, New York.
WHEAT ReceiDts. 148.800 bu.: snot mar
ket easy; No. 2 red. 3108441.09, elevator:
No. 2 red. 31.0M1. f. o. b. afloat: No. 1
northern. Duluth. 31.14. f. o. b. afloat; No.
2 hard winter. 3110. f. o. b. afloat. On re
celpts of more bearish Argentine news to
day, wheat was easier and closed W&Kc
net lower: December. 81.09 16-191.104i, close
31.10; May, 31.10Wai. 10 15-16, closed 81.1UX.
CORN Receipts, 6,460 bu; spot market
steady; No. 2. 77'io. nominal elevator and
77140 f. o. b. afloat to arrive; No.- 3 -old,
82c. Option market -was without transac
tion, closing 4c net lower; December, closed
744ic: Mav c osed 71HC --
OAT8 Receipts. 62.000 bu. : exports. 3.14
bu.: snot market dull: mixed. 26 to 32 lbs..
62iai2Vc; natural white, 26 to 81 lhs., SOW
6c; clipped white, 32 to .40 pounds, 61H&
FEED Steady: spring bran. 823.85;. mid
dlings, 33 35: city, 323.85.
HAY Quiet: shipping. 6O0Wc: good to
HOPS Easy: state, common to choice,
198. 111114c; 1907, 35a36c; Pacific coast, 1907
HIDKB-Steady; Central America, lHo,
LKATHKH-Onlet: acid. 23t4iaL"8a.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family. 316.00
d?18.60; mess, 313.00g'13.50; beef hams, 29.00
(HSl.oo; packet, 314.6CR15.50; city extra India
mess, 324.5Ofi24.00. Cut meats, dull;' plokled
bellies, 9H3'10Vc: pickled hams. lOMrtfllc,
Lard, easy; western. 39.76B9.85; refined
abrely shrady; continent, 310.20; South
America. 211.25; compound. TVti'iVtc. Pork,
barely steady: family, 319.0ii20.00;hort
clear. 319.6022.00: mesa. 816.00(816.60.
TALLOW-Dull; city (32 per package),
tVfrc: country tpacgages tree), Bkc. ,
RICE Domestic, fair, 6Vc;?Japan, 64e.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, extras, 36H
27c; third to first, i-oic; Jtate dairy
common to finest, ibosc. .
CHEESE Quiet; state full cream, spe'tlal
13H'9'14V(c; state, September, small, colored
or white, best, 12Hc; state, large, 12c; state,
good to prime, 3o; state, common to
fair. lOffl-llo; skims, 2104c. Weekly' ex
ports, 2,214 pkgs.
EflflS Strong; state, Tenneylvanla and
nearby, brown and mixed, fair' to choice.
2ifrtl2c; western firsts, 27ff2Sc; ieeonds, H&
St'OAR Raw, steady; fair .refining.
8.4K4c; centrifugal, 96 test,, 3.9Hc; mdlAsses
sugar, '8.23HC Refined, steady; crushed,
6V; powdered, 6.20c; granulated, 8.10c. '
POITLTRY Alive, quiet; spring chicken.
13c; fowls, 13c; turkeys, 14c. Dressed,
steady; western spring chickens, 18igU!c;
fowls, 12 14c; spring turkeys, 1016c.
Cattle of All Kinds Show Improve
ment for the Week.
kOGS THIRTY ItihllER FOR WEEK
wethers. $4 00114. 0; fair tfl good wethers,
31 75 i 4 00; feeiflng seihers, $.).0'ii 3.9o; good
to choice ewes, M (iSTit.oO; fslr to good
tf, H.2:ti8 .'.; feeding eSS, 2.0ii3.15i
n :',( and bocks, 31 m: 10.
Uerr'Henta tlve sales:
W vs'.ern jvsi llnss
Lasaaa Tweaty-FIre Hlgfcer far tae
Week aad Active Erery Day
Baees rally Ateady wltk
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 31.
Offlclef Monday ....
Official Tuesday ...
Official Thursday ..
Official FTlday ....
L'-Mlmate Saturday ,
initAOO 1. 1 in STOCK M t It KRT
ttle and Sheep Steady llos Bteadr
CHICAQO. Oct. 31 CATTLl-Pecelpt.
too head; mnrket steady; beeves, 311.117 50;
Texans, 33.25'i4i0; westerns. jlOoB-BS;
stockers and feeders, S2.6v'j 4 TO: rows and
heifers. 3180'i7.25; cslves, 36 0Pti8.OO.
HOtjS-Reilpts, 1.600 head: market for
best, steady; others, weak; lights. 85 0011
1.70; mixed, 35 vgr.00; heavy. 3C.2iii05;
rough. 8.J(VTr6.46; good to choice heavy.
85.4Hd.06; plga, $3..-4. 06; bulk of sales.
Biifiir-f anu l.Alir tieceipis, J.ow
hesd; market steady; natives, 3J.6XB-4.70;
westerns, 82.5Vi4.70; yesrlingn. 34.50(55.10;
lambs, Il.00ii6.10; westerns, 31.VO1Ti6.0O.
Six davs this week 19.910
Ssme days last wfejt 84.5
Kan. day weeks' ago.. 83.137
rlam days 3 weeks sgo.-36.5tf
Bains days 4 weeks ago, .8J.B18
Same days last year 22.S45
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hog and-sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
. The rnllowins- table
price of hogs at -South Omaha for ths last
several oays. wixn comparisons;
shows the average
Date. 1 1908. HW.lB0g. 1905. 11904. 10.1902.
6 i r4
2 6 101
B 68K B- B9 081 4 92 4 2 4 98
Kansas City Lire tttork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 31. CATTLE Re
ceipts, l.otiO head. Including 2 1 southerns;
msrket, steady; receipt for the woeg, 0.iM
head; choice export and dressed beef steers,
16 COi7.2!;: fair to aood. 86.O0M6O0: western
steers, 33.4014.80; stockers and feeder. 32.69
W4.U0: southern . steeis. 12. itwj4.w; southern
rows, el'.oottB.lO; native rows.
nstlve heifers. 32.664i5.00; bulls
H003 Receipts. 8.K head: market
opened weak, clussd strong to 6c higher;
receipt lor the weeK, 7S.CO0 head; top, 15 SO;
bulk nf sales. 36.10b6.90; heavy. 86 70f0;
Mtkers and butcher. Iu.60u6.90; light. 35.00
tio.io: nas. .7r,iij5.oo.
SUh-Kr" AMI 1.AMH3 Recetnts. 3 OX
head; market, steadv; rrce pl for the week,
41 a head: llmhi. It tWiia 7t' omas and vr.
lines. fl.80ii4.80: western vearllnus. tt.iOUt
4.60; wettern sheep, 3.4cKi4.l6; stockers and
The official -number-. of ears of toct
brought rn today 'by-each road was:
C M St. P.
Mo. P. Ry. ...
t. P. R, R. ...
C. ft N. W. (east)
C. N. W. (west).. ..
C, St. P., M. A 6,. .,
C, B. A Q. (east) '' t
C, B. U. (west).. 13
C R, 1 A P. (east) .. ..
C R. I. A P. (west)....
Illinois Central Ry. .. ..
Chicago Gt Western. ..
; i r
Total receipts . .".,.,21
The disposition of the day' receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
. .' - Cattle,
Omaha "Packing Co. -
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co,
Armour A Co. ...:.......,
Cudahy Pkg. Co.. K.'C.
Cudahy Pkg. Co., Denver
Armour A Co., Denver..
J. H. Bulla
f :: -::
18 .. 1
6 .. ' ..
J. P. 6ENKARD & CO,,
,-.80 BroaJway, Hew York City.
(Memhcrs N. Y. Sli-k Exchange.)
Write for information on
STOCKS or BONDS
which may interest you
PA RTICULAR ATTENTION
PAID TO 0DQ LOTS .
WEATHER IN THE GRAIN BELT
... i " -
Partly Cloudy Sunday, with a Slowly
Rising; Tetnperatnfer .'--''
' OMAHA, Oct'sl', 1908.
The area of high pressure, extending lrom
the western Canadian provinces sout over
the' valleys, to the west gulf state, "Friday
morning, has continued slowly eastward,
and now overlies the lake, region, .Ohio
valley and southern ataieaw wiyj Jts crest
over the Iake Superior region. , The-high
la followed by areas of relatively low pres
sure ovsr the southwest ' and extreme
northwest and a high on the Pacltlo slope.
The -eastern low Is disappearing slowly off
ths upper Atlantio coast. Temperatures are
slightly lower In the middle Mississippi
and Ohio valleys, and much lower In the
eastern states. Killing frost were general
In the Ohio valley and lower lake region.
It Is somewhat warmer In the northwest,
mountain districts and east to the Missouri
river, and the temperature will rise slowly
In this vicinity tonight and Sunday, with
oontlnued fair weather.
Omaha record of temperature arid pre
cipitation compared with, the ..corresponding
day of the last three years:-,
. 1908 ,1907 1904- 1905
Minimum temperature.... 34 49 SI 27
frectpltatlon v.. ..... 1.11 .00 -.00
Normal temperature for today, 46 de
grees'. Deflolency In precipitation since March 1,
corresponding period In 1907,
Articles ! Open. Hlghv Low. 1 Close. Yes"y-
rrjwj.rsw.iD at Omaha.
Best Railway -Guide-: for iOWBi
Nebraska South Dakota, Wyom
ing and- adjoining portt-ms of
Minnesota. Missouri; Kau.su and
NOW ON SALE
AU IIS WB-STaUTSS 25a.
..Jlov. 16, 81, 8?, Io. 6, 11. -Third
rlasa rates from Omaha.
To Ilitinburg; Jillu. Ant werp. .133.00
To LlvrpuoL London. Olaagow . . . . 86a.T5
To jM:ptllnavlan points . g7.BO
O. - JBSDiaoaltt, O. A.,
83S 8L Clark St, Chicago, X1L
l)t c. ' '
I oo' 4H
S3', . d.Vil
l3lWS OHti-1 62Vii
I I I
I 4RI ' 4854f
1 45HI 51
14 16 14 80
16 V2'.il 16 12H
15 96 15 95
I .. .
I 9 40 40
I 9 415 9 45
I 9 50 9 60
8 90 8 90
8 50 - 8 (A ,
8 674 8 60
V.'-:,' Advril In
THE OMAHA DEE
V L Best ViTe,- West
Cawh quotations were as follows:
FIXJI'R Steady; winter pstents, 34. 4-
4.85; winter straUhts. 34.aa4 : spring pat
ents, 35.2&".i(i.5v; spring straights, 81,Oo4j4-85;
WHKAT-No g spring. 10S1.04; No. 3
spring. 92ctil.(i8 N". 2 red, Wc4:'31 0CA-
COKN-e-No. 2, lkV((6Sc; No, 2 yellow, JV4
OATS No. 2 white, . 60i ff'.Wtc : No. 8
white. 47ft51c. .
RYE No. 2. 7475c.
BARLEY Good foeding, 63ft53Hc: fair to
liuMt-ff Jliaiiiiia, wnvv.
SEEDS Klax, No. 1 northwestern, 31.284.
Prime timothy. 33.75. Clover, contract
graile. 3. 30.
r-RilVlSlONS-Short ribs, aides Ooose)
IS 5Ki9.12H. Mess pork, per bbl.. 14 iu
14 STWj. Lard, per loi, lbs., IS.CVi. Short
clear sides (boxed), 39.2ftiV60.
Receipts and shipments of flour and grain
weie a follows:
corresponding period In 190
L. A. WELSH
"' Local' Forecaster. "
Bt. Louis General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 31.-WHEAT-Lower;
track, 2 red. cash, 1.01Vi&l 02H; No. 2
hard. 99c(&1.02; December,' 99o; May,
CORN Futures, lower; cash higher: track
No. 2 cash, 6tic; No. 2 white, 70c; Decem
ber. 6Hc; May, olHJitjlc. -
OATS Firm ; track. No. 2-cash, 47c; No.
2 white, 4&Hc; December, 46c; May. 49Vc.
RYE Nominal. 74c.
FLOURDull; red wtnter patents,' 34. 65
4.90; extra, fancy and straight, I4.20(24.65:
clear, 13.60. .- .- T
! SEED Timothy, 32.25(33.90.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, 99c
HAT-6teady; timothy, 8.6Ogl4.00: prai
IRON COTTON TIES 1 1.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; Jobbing,
114.50. I-urd, lower; prime steam, 9.20?i.30.
Dry salt meats, dull; boxed extra shorts,
110.26; clear rib,. 310.26; short clears,
110.27V. Bacon, unchanged; boxed extra
shorts. 111. 124.; clear ribs, 111.124; short
clears, 811.25. '
POULTRY Lower; chicken. 8c;. springs
U4c: turksys, ;24c; ducks, 8c; geese, 7c. '
Bl'TTER 8 toady, ceramery, ZlfiWc
EGOS Finn, 29c, case count.
St. Louis Ind. ..
Other buyers ' v.
Total 'OB 3,771 ' 86
CATTLE There was nothing In the
yards to make a market today and rj
celots have been erv licht all the week,
The total, as wjll be noted from tun table
above, has been a Ifttle more than half as
large as last week's large receipt and
verv much smaller than a year ago. The
arrivals have consisted almost entirely of
Not enough cornfed steer have put In
an aobeaiance this, week to make a test
of values, but what;4ew- have arrived have
sold .Quite readily at very satlsfsctory
figures. Thi fact la receipts of ran got
have been free seller, throughout the week
packet; have been farced to pay more at
tention to cornfeda. .Tbere .was a fair, de
mand for desirable .range beef and the
market .at the closs ls-.lb,226c higher than
the closa of last week so far aa the better
grades are .concerned. This, however, does
any more . manmak up tor tne ae
cl)iii lost " weed , -Common and Inferior
grade have been sldW sal
" T.e-"JjiKtefr" gra9esrrPr:'coWs"and hetfra
have rliecn ties sellr throughout the week
and price oa. such are safely 2&o higher
than last waek'a Ioae. rThla practically
wipes out the decline, ot last week. On the
other hands canners and all Inferior kinds
of oow stuff have biri slow sellers, with
very'litUe Improvement in price. The life
and ,aoUvltv-which 'has feharacterlied the
canner trade for seme weeks back has to
a great extent disappeared. The tendency
t the present time Is to widen the range
between common canners and good to
Stockera and , feeder -were very active
seller during the early part of the week
and prlcea advanced sharply. At the close
soma little weakness ' has been developed,
a 1 very apt to be the case at the end of
the week In that branch of the trade. Still
prices are safely 164j'26g higher than the
low point last week.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed siteers, 86.26w7v0; fair to good corn
ted steers. 36.50(fr6.26: common to fair corn
fed steers, 84.O0yA.6O; -good to choice range
iwio, ev.ivo.ie; lair: lu iwu range steers,
t3.8iMi4.40: common to fair range steers
3.0iku'3.80; good to choice cornfed cows and
heifers, 33.50(94.25; good to. choice grass cows
and heifers, . 13.2M3.75; fair to good grass
cows and heifers, 2.603.20; common to fair
grass cows and heifers. 31.7Mi2.50: cood to
choice stockers and feeders. 34.26351)0; fair
to aood stockers and feeders. 33.504r4.26:
common to fslr stockers and feeders, 2.5X(r
im; stock heirers,: N,zip.it; vest caives,
2.75G.75: bulls, staga,: eta.. 12.0031.00.
HOGS Receipts ot hog were very small
again this morning, and as th demand
was good, pretty much everything changed
nanus in very good season. Under the in
fluence of free buying, especially on the
part of shippers, the -market advanced Mf
1110 over yesterday. A good share or tne
hogs. sold. at 16664(4.75, and on up as high a
While prices have fluctuated back and
forth to some little extent this week, the
general tendency has-been higher snd the
prices paid .today were generally 30c bet
ter than last week. In fact, the market
today tg st .the highest point touched since
October 13, when hog sold on an average
t 15.79.. .Receipt throughout the week have
been extremely light, although a few hun
dred larger than last week.
Representative sales;. .
Ns. At. is. ft. .- ,'fte.
... M 81
... 10 7
40 I 46 ,.. 74
N IU ' n
110 iil i St
SO ( 67 S Tt.....
Bt. Lenta Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 81. CATTL& Receipts
200 head. Market steady: native shlpplna
and export steers, 34.0''u7.4O; dressed beef
and butcher steers, 12.754)6.40; steers under
1,000 lbs., 33.00&4.4O; stockers and feeders
13.00(54.00; cows and heifers. ?.5iyii6.00; can
ners, ?.00(g.25; bulls, 32.7544.00; ctlve,
HOGS Receipts, 4,500 hesd. Mnrket
steady; pigs and lights, 33.00ru6.60; packers,
35.7oei5.SS: butchers and best heavy, 36.903
8HEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, nOO head
Market steady; native muttons, t4.09ip4.26:
Bt. Joseph LIT Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Oct. 81.-CATTLF,-
Reeclpts. 600 head; market steady: steers,
33.76i).76; cows and heifers. 2.00ap4.7B;
oaives, 3.oowe. ,o.
HOGS Receipt. 6.000 head; m-Vket dull
good hogs about steady; top, 36. W; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none:
maraei nominal; lamps, w.taxaM.oo: ewes
Sloax Cltr 1.1 ve Stock Market,
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 31. (Special Tele.
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 200 head; mar-
net ieaay;. peeves, M.wnaT w; grass cows
$2.7&fr'4.O0; feeders, 32.7644.25; calves and
HOGS Receipts, 3,000 head: market Be
lower: range of prices. 35.80fif6.60: bulk nf
Stock in Sight.
Receipt of live stock at the six principal ! Am'
. .,. . . 1 Am
wrniern iimincis yemrraay:
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BUNDS
Market ii Affected by Unloading
Salfi by Smaller Speculators.
LITTLE ATTENTION PAID TO NEWS
llilrmr., of Rockefeller's Political
Attltode aad Reports ot Increased
Railroad Earnings Discussed
to "esse Extent.
NEW YORK. Oct. 81. -Ths dsy tock
insiset wss afiecteU. plainly emiugn. uy a
movement on tne part of speculative hold
ers to set out of tneir holuinas on the eve
of the presidential election. It wss the
supposition of observer In th neighbor
hood of the stock exchange that this move,
nient came from the leaser following of
the powerful speculative leader wno nave
contiolled the recent market.
The action was prompted by uncertainty
Over the position and Intentions of the spec
ulative leaders. Ther are credited with
holding most of the Ilnattiis market suo-
Ply of Stocks snd with being abundantly
supplied with cheap credits to hold them.
Their Ability to put prices to a higher
level after the election, therefore. Is not
doubled. The extent to w hich a (renerai
day from outside source tor storks will be
attracted Is what Is doubted, ll wss this
doubt thst prompted th cleaning up of
spectilstlre accounts which wss In progress
today In continuation of the similar move
ment - yesterday. The circulation of re
ports of the closing out of soma very
heavy accounts In United States Steel yes
terday was an Influence In Increasing this
tendency. Sales for London account were
an effective factor In the market. The
closed London market on Monday for a
holiday observance left today the Isst op
portunity for pre-election liquidation from
that center and advantage was taken of
the occasion. News was not much attended
to. although there wss oonsldersble discus
sion of John D. Rockefeller' announce
ment of his political attitude and ot tbc re
ception accorded it.
The extraordinary gain In net earnings
for Peptember reported yesterday by the
Union Pacific and the Southern Pacific
were supplemented by the reports to the
Interstate Commerce commission of other
transcontinental railroads for that peril d
homing Increases In gross earnings and
heavy cuts In operating costs. It wss con
sidered that the strength Of these Yeturn
would operste against the attempt credited
to tke railroads to bring about a general
advance In freight rates after the elections
The bank statement presented no grest
surprise. The egces over the prelimlnsry
estimates of the cash losses reappeared, In
Part. In the cash gain reported by "other
banks" which Include the trust companies
and the Increase In the loan Item of the
latter Institutions against the contraction
of losns by the clearing house bsnks
shows that they are taking over loans,
Ho from the banks.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sale par
value, 31.SflO.ooo. United Slates bonds are .
unchnged on call for the week.
Following were the sales and range ot
prices on the Stock exchange today:
lea. HUH. Uow. C10.
. l J ; ' a .
alike wss small snd th changes ware quit
ll sUnlfcsnt. but n tlie altsa-iice of un
favorable Inflnrnr the lone was s ea It-.
AmeHisn s-ttirll es weie fitm In the esrly
trailing, but thev eased fractionally 01
slatkeiilng supintt snd closed dull. Among
the forelsn scurltle Portuguese bom.
BERLIN, Oct 31 Trading on the Hours
today wss quiet mid prices were firm.
PARIS. Oct. 81. -Prices on the Bourse
today wre firm, but the trading wss dull.
The Bo irse t losed on- Monday. All Soul'
New V wk Money Market.
NEW YORK. 0t. 81 MONEY On tall,
non.lnsl. Time loins, very dull and si earl ;
sixty davs. 14173 pe cent; ninety dsys, it))
3' per cent; six month, 34 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE l-APEH-l'i
STERLING EXCHANGE-Weak. with
actual business In banker' bills at 84.83a
474 84 for elxty-dax and at 34 804 810 for
demand; commercial bills. 14 RJ4'J'4 83.
HILVER-Bsr. bOSc; Mexican dollars. 50c.
BONDS Oovernaient, steady;' railroad,
Cio ng quotations on . bond were as
. .tsS Int. Mt.
. I"4 UAH. ant. 4s..
. .1 0'4 Man. a. f. 4e
..11' Mt.' risarral 4s.,
..l.H'4 4e laa tne.
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IO. . L. rfe.
s a l4
itViPenn. n V4a 116... '
.IKH eon. 4S 1W1
. . Resillea 4s I0A
. K-. of Cuba as
. 4 ' Si. L. I. M. e 8..llH
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V. B. 4a. ret
Am. Tobaoes ta
AU'blaos gen. 44....
do ad). 4a
da ry. 4s
do ia u
Atlantic C. L. 4s ..
Hal Ohls 4a
Ur't. a. T. ev. 4a..
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40 let ise...
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Colo. Mid. 4
Colo. A HO. 4a
Pol. H. ce. 4s...
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do fan. 4a ,
Hock. Val. ta
Japan 4a v.
do 2d aerlea
LoadosTatoek Market.- -t
IX5NDON, Or. St. American securities
were firm In the early dealings on the
stock ' exchsnge here today; but eased
gradually on slackening support and closed
dull, . . v
London clodng stock;
. Tk. Psoitis 4s
. .1 AO 1st to
. "4o Ballwsr aa ..
. TtToTas A P. la....
. 14S4T.. gt U W.
. Ui loo Psoitis 4a..
. H tn e. 4a
.101 ll. I. Steal 3d (a.
. V4 WaMah ta ..
. II Weal am Md. 4a
. TdW. A.U B. 4..,.
. 104'Wla. Central 4a...
. HO '4 ."4. T-. N. H. A
. trfl'tj ct. a ctla. .. ...
. WttLSkt Shore 4a 111
ta. r ,
. . . 102
Baitlnoc A Ohio...
Chesapeake A onto.
MHMo. Kas. A Teiae ... rl
"HNow York Can 1 rat. .. ,roV
H Norfolk A Western.. Tl
KS do std
. i Ontario A Waatora..
,111 Band Mines
Ckl. Orast Western.. 7V.-auuthorn
CM., Mil. A St. P...147 do pfd
.3,183 24,02$ B.686
Sioux City ...
St. Joseph ...
St. Louis ....
OMAHA GE.MERAL MARKET.
Condition of Trade and Quotation an
. Staple and Fancy Frodace.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered ta
retail trade in cartons, 23c; No. 1, in 60-lb.
tubs, 2240; No. 1. In 30-1 b. tubs, 23c; No. 2.
In 60-1 b. tubs, 204c; No. 3. In 30-1 o. tuba
21o; No. 2, In 1-lb. cartons, 21c; No. 1. In
carload lots, 214c; No. 2, In carload lots,
19d194o; country, fancy, tubs, lit; com
EGGS Fresh candled. 19o per do.
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full cream,
twins, 1440; young Americas, 4 In hoop.
IBo;-favorite, 8 In hoop, 164c; daisies, -20 In
hoop, l4c; ' cream brick, fun as, 134c;
half case, 1344c; half doten bricks, 14c. No
quotation on Swiss or timberger until after
SUGAR Coarse zraiiuiated,- s.SOc; fin
franuiated, 5.70c: cubes, 4-tuc; powdered,
60c per lb. - ;
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1, 174c: No. 2,
Uc; No. 8. 64c. Loin: o. 1. 20c; No.-1, 12os
No. 3. 84c Chuck: No. 1, 64c; No. 2, 4c;
No. 3, 4c. Round: No. 1, 4c; No. 2, 7c;
No. 8. 64c Plate; No. 1, 64c; No. 2. 44c;
No. 3, b.
DRESSED POULTRY SquaOS, 12.90 per
FRESH FRUITS Apples, 12.7683.00 per
bu. box. Lemons, I4.50ut.00. Oranges, 34.09
O6.00. Bananas, 4o psr lb. Plums, tl.U per
4-basket crate. Peaches. California, 70iiOo
per box; Texas, 4-basket crate, 65t70u.
Pears, 81.60 per 4-basket crate. Blackber
ries, 34.00 per crate. Raspberries, 34 00 per
orate. Cherries. 82.25. Currants, 32.09 per
crate. Gooseberries, 12.00 per crate.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 9c; springs. 134c;
roosters, Be; duck, young. 9c; old, 74oi
geese, 8c; turkeys, 14o; pigeons. Boo per do;
squabs, 82.00 per doxen.
VEGETABLES Celery, Michigan, per
dox., 85o. Beans, new wax and spring, one
third bu. basket, 11.00; navy, per bu., No. 1.
12.70; lima, 640 per lb. Cabbage, 2o per lb.
Potatoes, new. per bu., 81.10. Tomatoes, pet
4-basket crate. 90c. Watermelons. 263311a.
Cantaloupes, California. 12.9053.00 per orate.
Asparagus, per dox., 10c. Cucumber, per
dos., 50c. Onions. Bermuda, 11.50 per crate;
Texas ytllov, 11.25 per crate. Mushroomn,
cultivated, per lb., 60c. Lettuce, per dot..
26c. Peppers, southern. 21.00 psr crate.
Corn, bu. ,
Oats, bu. .
On the Produce exchange todav the lint-
ter market was steady; creameries, aofaCic;
dairies,' 18;f.Ue , Eyg. firm; at mark, case
4nvKided, Iwu'iZc; firsts, 16c; prim firsts
27c' Cheese, steady, 124$la4c. .'
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY Mo.. Oot. II. WHEAT
4o hither to 4o lower; December, sisc;
Blav. 1174c; July, 91c; cssh; No. 3 hard,
6.-tf Jl (1'4: No. 8 hard, 24ctii.oO; Kg. J
red, l.Vl.;'No, B red, cl 01. .
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 while, 46aH8c;
"No, 3 inlxi'O. 46(47o.
CORN Unchtuigbd to Ho lower; Decem
ber, Goc; Mav, 674c; July, 674c; cash:
No. t mixed, IwV.'V; No. 3 tulxed, Zij
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. Sl.-WrHEAT-De-cember,
11014: May. 11.06. Cash: No. 1
hsrd. II c&4ig'1.064; No. 1 northern, 11.044
1.044: No. 2 northern, 11.024(61.024; No. 8
FLOUR Market remain dull. After next
week the mll'ers will look for larger order
snd more liberal taking out of ld lots nn
(lel versil. The saUs today were light. Prices
are steady, without change. Shipment. 50 546
barrels; flrnt patents, 35.26660; second
patents, l5.0c(iiC.lf: first clears, 83.90(34 SO:
second clears, I2.903.20.
Philadelphia Frodace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 31. BUTTER
Firm, good demand; extra western cream
ery. 24c; extra nearby prints, toe.
EGOS Firm, good demand; western
firsts, free rases. 29c, at mark;, nearby
firsts, cirrent receipts, free cases. 27sr2to
CHEEtiE-Firm, but quiet.. .
Llvsrpsl Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Oct. Sl.-WHEAT-Srtot
steady; No. 3 red western winter, 7s tiid;
futures, barely steady: December. 7a kkd
March. 7s 74d; May, 7s 64d.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed, 7s
4d; futures, quiet; December. 6 7d; Janu
ary, 5s 64d-
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. WU., Oct. 31. WHEAT
F.asv; No. 1 northern, r.06; No. 2 northern,
U OHVftrl.M: December, 11.09 asked.
CORN Dull: Iecmber, 6S-ic bid.
BARLEY Steady; standard. 64fi644e;
sample, B40g644c. 1 .
PEORIA. Oct. Sl.-CORN-Lowsr: No. 3
old, yellow, t.'c; new, 67c; old, No. 8, 714c;
new, 67c; new. No. 4. toe; old, no grade,
610 ; ww. lac.
4A 18 Steady: No. I white, 473474c
By using the various department of The
Bee Want -Ad page you get th best results
t th least expense
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140 I 40 '
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bHfc.n.r' 1 lie market was bare ot supplies
this morning, but tne total receipts for
tne week liuve been Quito liberal, aiiowlng
a larg gam over a year ago, altiiougn
mailer tuuir last week. As noted yester
day, the market throughout the week lias
been In' most aalistuclory condition, as
viewed from a seller's standpoint. Ths de
mand has been active every day and prlcos
strong, especially during the first half of
the week, although moms little weakness
was developed later on.
A considerable proportion of the arrivals
this week have consisted of feeder and
me interest in trie xruae nas centered
largely on that class of stuff. Ths coun
try, appeared rnoie anxious for supplies
than last week and the market on soma
days was not only very brisk, but prices
looked high. At th close of the week it
Is safe tx quote feeder lambs 2Zc higher
and Irr aoms cases the medium grades
have shown even mora advance than that.
Feeder sHeep ha ye also sold strongsr, al
though they have not advanced In the
same proportion as have lambs. Still they
might be quoted around 104JI1BO higher.
Fat lambs have also been good eelleia
and they are generally 25c higher than
a week ago. The sharp break of 2f-lj-Oo
reported at Chicago Thursday creatad a
feeling of weakness, but It was not suffl.
cientiy pronounced to prevent the msr
ket her from olojlng higher, as noted
Fst sheep sold h'gher earlier In the week,
but eased off a little later on. A com
pared wliq a week ago, the market show
very littlu change.
Quotations on soeep snd lambs: Good to
( noli lamps. 4 z.ria wn rair to rood iambs,
. . Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 81. COTTON Spot,
quiet; prices 9 point higher; American
middling, fair, 6.66d; good middling, B.20d;
middling, B.OBd; low middling, 4 Rid; good
ordinary. 4.87d: ordinary, 8.97d. The sales
of the day ware 1.000 bales, of which 600
bales were for speculation and export, and
Included 4,700 bales American. Receipts,
4,000 bales, Including 700 bales American.
Futures opened steady ana riosea nrm;
October. 4.94d; October-November, 4.74d;
November. 4.814d; November-December,
4.734d; December-January, 4.71d; January.
February. 4.6t4d; February-March, 4.69d;
March-April, 4.684d; April-May. 4.6K4d;
May-Juno, 4684d; June-July, 4.641; July
Aurnat. 4 66Hd.
NEW YORK, Oct. 81. COTTON Futures
opened steady; December, 9.03c; January.
8.91c; March. .R3c; May, 8.79c; June, 8.80c;
.lulv a 72c.
Futures closed stesdy; November. 9.06c;
December. 9.06c: January. 8.87c: February
8.84c; March, 8.83c; May, 1.62c; June, .l7o;
July, 8.77c; August, 8.64.
Soot cotton closed quiet; middling up
lands, 9.36c; middling gulf, 9.60c; sales, Its)
GALVESTON, Oct. 31. COTTON -Steady
at 9 l-16c.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 81.-COTTON-Spot,
firm; middling. 9c; sale on spot, Bu
bu! s; 2 000 bale to arrive.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 31 COTTON Un
thinged; middling, 94c; sal.s, none; re
ceipts, l.BM ba'es; shipments, 1,664 bales
slock, 2fi,8a7 bales.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruits
NEW YORK. Oct. 81 EVAPORATED
APPLES The market show r-o further
t limine, but tho tone I firm. New crop
fancy tire quoted at BVjc. cnoice at (411 ic,
prime at 6V, ft 7c and old crop at VyOc, ac
cording to grade.
DRIED FRUITS Prune are unchanged
at 44b 13c for California and st 64ft74c for
Oregon fruit. Apricot are firm, with
cholcu minted at 'c, extra choice at
i9c and fancy at VU1"4C. Reaches are
quiet on snot, with tlio crist market re
porting a little steadier, (noire are quoted
at 6ni1c, extra choice at 744Cic and fancy
at IV'- Kuisir.4 are steadier in torn,
with loose muvcutel quoted at 51i'i4c
choice to fancy seeded ut 674e, seedless
at 4464k: snd London layers nominal.
Amalgamated Cop par
Am. C. A r
Am. C. A T. pfd
Am. Cottoa Oil
Am. H. A L. pfd
Am. Llnaeed Oil
Am. Locomotive pfd
8. A R
Am. A A R. pfd
Am. Sugar Retlnln
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mining Co.;
Atrhlaon pfd '
Atlantio Coaat Line
Elaltlmore A Ohio
Bl. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn. Rapid Tr
central Icat har pfd
Central of Near Jersey
Cneraek A Ohio
ChlrafO Gt. W
Catcaso A N. W
I., M. A 6t. P ,.,
(!., C, C. A it. 1:
Colorado V. A I
Colorado A 80
Colo. A So. lat pfd
Colo. A go. td pfd
Delaware A Hudson
Denver A Rio urande
D. A R. O. pfd
Diet lller1 Securities ......
Brie let pfd.. 1
Grl (4 pfd
Oraat Northern pfd
Ot. Northern Or atfa. ....
Int. Met. pfd
International Paper .......
Int. Paper pfd
Kanaaa City o
K. O. (0. pfd
Loulavlll A N
Minn. A 81. L
M.. Ct. P. A 8. 8. at
M K. T
M , K. A T. pfd
New York Central.........
N. Y., O. A W
Norfolk A W
People's Oas .
P.. :.. c. m Bt. l
Preaaed Steel Car y..
Pullman Palace Car
Railway 8teel Spring
Kaouh c Stool
Republic Steal pfd
Rock ltl nn i o ,
Rouk leland Co pfd
St. L. A 8. T. Id pfd.
Bt. Luula 8. W
Bt. L. B. w. pia
Bloaa-Bharrialt g. A.I
80. Pacific pfd
Bo. Railway pfd
Teaaa A Paclfio
T , Bt. U A
T-, 8t. U a w. put
llnioa Paclfio pfd
U. B. Rubber
II. 8. Rubber let pfd
17. S. Steel
V. tal P'd
Vs. -Carolina Chamtoal ..
Va.-Caro. Cham. p(4
Wahaah , '
Wheeling A Lake Brie....
Total salaa tor U day.
200 14 1044
t5.UMt5 a5; feeding iambs. 84 264T5.26; good
to ctiolce light yearlings, l( o-0 4 6n; good
1,400 24 t74
a0 it4 i4
0 444 6k Sa
"ioo 'ii" 'it"
Dearer A Mis 0.,.
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Grand Trunk "..
Loulavtlle A Nana.
. A 4
114 Southern Paolfla.
, tt mion raciric ...
. 7iK do pfd
. I24 United Btates Steel.
. UM, do pfd .,
. 7i) Wabaah ,
. ilV do pfd ,
.14) 8pan)ah 4
. UJ'iAnwr. CoDser...
steady at 24d per ounce.
MONEY 14UZ4 per cent. .
The rate of discount In the open market
for ahort bill I 1432 per cent; for three
months' bills, 24IQ24 per cent.
Clearing; Hoaee Bank Statement.
NEW 'YORK, Oct. 31. The statement of
elearlng house banks for the week show
that the bank hold tTi,JS",126 more than
the requirements of the (5 pee cent re
serve ruin. This Is an Increase of 1709.12V
In the proportionate cash reserve ss com
pared wtlli last week. The bank statement
Increase. Decrease. '
Loans .81, Sag. 365 .600 K.OSl.r
Deposits 1.411.416,300 8.716.100
Circulation .... . 62,983,500 ' 313,400
I-Ftl tenders Rl,2i,8nO 1187,909 .'
Snccte 306.163.400 ........ 1.127.B0f
Reserve ........ 3S6.448.2rt0 9t.WX
Reserve req'r'd, 862,854.078 1,979.021
Surplus S3.6X9.12S 709.195
Ex. U. B. dep... 86.902,372 TKI.326
The pereeptaga of actual reserv of tho
clearing house banks at the close ot busi
ness yesterday was 27.66.
The statement of bsnks and trust com
panies of Greater New York not members
of the clearing house show that these
Institution have aggregate depoaits of
81.083,506,4(10; total cah on hand, 1102,889.460.
and loan amounting to 1978,106,400. . - ;j
OMAHA, Oct. 31. Rank clearing for to
dav were 11,729, 97.88 and for the corre
sponding dale last year 11.496,837.03.
Boston Stocks aad Bonds.
rtOHTON. Oct. 31. Money, call loans,
3 per cant; time loan.
841144 per cent.
the corresponding week
WASHINGTON. Oct. 31.-Today' (la
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the tl6O.O0O.O00 gold
reserve, hows: Available caah balance,
16i,347.84; gold co'n end bullion, l,4J4,832;
gold certificate. 143.106.600.
Metal Market. . .
NEW YORK. Oct. 21. M ETT AL The
metal markets were quiet in the absence
of cables and nominally unchanged. Tin
was firm at 129.854 30.U.' Copper waa quiet,
but remained firm at 3.?6j14.00 for lake.
ll.Kkol3.i5 for electrolytic and at 113.254
13.60 for casting. Lead was unchanged at
14 .StWJA.Sl. Spelter, 14.80(94.85. Iron wa
quiet and nominally unchanged.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. J!. MOT A LA Lead,
firm at 14.30. Spelter, firm at 14.80.
Sugar and Baolaanea.
NEW YORK. Oct. 31-8UaAR-Raw,
sternly; centrifugal, 96 test, 3.944c. Mo
lasses sugar, 8.234c Refined, steady: No.
6. 4.70c; No. 7. 4.66c; No. 8, 4.6oe; No. 8.
4.55c; No. 10, 4.45c 1 No. 11, 4.40c; No. 18,
4 35c: No. 13, 4.33c; confectioners' A, 4.70c;
mould A, 6.75c; crushed, 6.80c; powdered,
6.20c: granulated, .10u; cubes, B.Sbo.
MOLASSES Steady ; open kettle, good to
Merehaadlao and Specie.
NEW YORK. Oct. II. Imports of men.
rhandlse and dry goods at the port of New
Yoik for the week ending October 84, were
valued at 114 304 106. Imports of specie were
7,4c9 gold and 173.597 sliver. Exports of
specie were 150,000 gold and 1912,629 silver.
DULUTH. Minn., Oct.
stocks and pond war
Atohleon adj. 4a.
Atchiaoa R. R --
Boston A Albany
Uoaaoa A Maine.
Pluhkurg pil .
N. Y.. N. M-
Union Paolfle ....
Am. Arge. Cham
An,. Pneu. Tab..
du pfd .........
Domlalos I. A
tdlK.n Elec. Illu.
Maaa. Electric. ...
United Fruit .....
United . tt
New York knlii Stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 31. Cloaing quotation
on mining stocks:
.... 4 Tal. A Hecla
. ... Ji Oemeonlal
.... IGaiCopper Range ....
a.'4 Daly Waat
....lit rranklla ,
124 lale Rorala
122 Maaa. Mining ....
II.. ,147 Michigan
.. JV4 Mout. C. A C
.. )l Old Dominion ....
. . 6 oaceola
, . :t Shannon
.. tOvi Tamarack
.. ,7 Trinity
,.236 I'nllad Copper ....
..14 V. - Mining
.. 8. Oil
.. 54 Utah
.. 06 Victoria
..129 4 Winona ,
.. atVtj Wolverine
.. 2 4 North Butte
.. 4i Butte Coalition ..
... 4 Cal. A Arlion...
. . 37 Arlaoaa Com
.. 4014 Green Caaaaaa .
NEW YORK. Oct, 21.-COFFEE-Market
for futures opened steady at An advance
of 6$ 10 points. In response to higher
European markets, and covering. Business
was much more active than recently snd
the market ruled generally firm, closing
steady at a net advance of 10(715 points.
Sales were reported of 61.500 bags. Includ
ing December at- efVoa.sic; March. B. Sic;
May, 6.3oc ; July, B.8o2io4uc; September, .30
fe5.40e. Spot, steady; Rio. No. 7. 4c; San
tos, No. 4, 84c. Mild, dull; Cordova, 94c
Oils and Roaln.
V EW YORK. Oct. II. OILS Cottonseed,
raev; prime crud, 2940330c; prima vellow,
37'a374c. Petroleum, steady; refined, New
York. I 50; Philadelphia, and Baltimore,
18.46; Philadelphia and Baltimore, In bulk,
84 K. Turpentine, quiet. 60c.
to choice heavy ysirllng, I4.25g4.a0; feel-' ROSIN guift; strained, mmmiw to (ood.
log yearlings, fl.7c&4.40; good to chutcg I 2.Kt,2.
Brunwlck 4n- ...
Cora. Tunnel eteck.
Coax. Tunnel bosda
Cum. Cal. A Vs....
Iron 81 Ivor
tn LeaATille Coa.
Utile chiat ...
6 Mai nan
41 Yellow Jacket
LONDON. Oct. 81 Money waa In re
stricted suprly un ths msrket today, but In
good dsm.nd for the month end and prepa
rations for the payment of the New York
City bonda. Discounts were firm. On ths
Stock exchange attendance and business
I. WHEAT No.
1 northern, 11.044; No, I northsrn. 11.024;
December, tl.01; May, 11.054; October,
tl.o. 4 ; Nov. tnber, $1,034.
Toledo Seed Mnrket.
TOLEDO. Oct. 31 SEEDS-Clover, cash.
34.96; (I'totxr, 14.924; 14-cemtMrr, 84.W4;
March, Jo "74; No. t, 14.76; No. I. 14.66; re
Jecled, 34.46. Alslko, 18.80.
ST. LOUIS. OoL .-WOOL Firm; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 172e;
light line. l(Vnl64; heavy fine, 114c; tub
VAUDERBUT SCOBES ON MCHIQAH
Nashville Men Outplayed at All
Points Kxcept . Tackling:.
ANN ARROR, MUh., Nov. L Michigan
Idefeated Vandetbllt by a score of 24 to
yesterday. The Michigan team outplaysd
Naihvllle men at every point of the game
except tackling. Michigan played n of
fensive gams, punting regularly and the
holding the Venderbllt men for down or
forcing them to punt. Michigan made two
touchdowns and three goal from place,
The players were favored with' cold,'
nappy football wsathsr, although th sky
was cloudy and thresirnlng, The lineup:
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. L H B H B.
. R H-ii : L H S.,
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ilee Want Ads are business booster.
CUBta hvrTMOVT TW m. Alt "acta! t
guaraiawa. Ms money to bs paid till ured. A aula treatment.
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