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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1909)
TIIK HEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 1900.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Heary Receipts' Keep' Coming
T-i . r;it ir v.
tilWV Nr. t northern, tl flrSfjl C; "'0-
A 11 .'(, 1 -
FLAX nH ( 11 TO,
I'HAN-ln ! lb Mk. 119 30.
VI.' ti n Firm pet-nt. t .: esxs.nd
plrnt. first clears, M45ii4ie,
wO'iHi c'mr. 11 20 39-
SFIW 1IIRK UKKRtl, M4.RKKT
REDUCTION . ntEDICTED
ra Heftles 4o a Wiallirr rrtbUM,
ntrltrf dm Crop Mnvcmeat
fsa Br Berried or Will It
Oelayed kg Read. -
OMAHA. IHt. 51. W
The continued heavy receipt haw begnn
to tell on th demand and wheat supplies
have Increirw-d no -rapid. y that elevator
ronrrmi are Heir taxed to -the limit In
storing It. Experienced trader predict
large surpluses, followed hy . lower price
The corn martrwt have '-net tied to a
weather problem, a "Xt er tb movf-
nent of th new crop Vll be det.iyed or
whether coadlUon Wilf' favor early deliv
heat iru weak and sold steadily lower
owing to toe Very ikiw derrlniid from ele
vator corn-em, who have been good buy
ers up until the present time. Stock are
filling up rapidly with the present run of
Corn war a rhr.de lower with wheat and
lower rash demand. Receipt continue to
JC. liberal and buyers are going ainw.
e shipping derrrsr.d ha fallen off. An
1 arlv movement of new corn ahould run
Primary wheat recelrrtx were l.ra.MO
bushel end iftinnrnti were iilCT bush-
ela. aaalnst receipt! last jfir of l.oO.oOO
ti.nhei and ehlotnents of llt.OT) htisheis.
Primary corn, receipt were 364. Ona bush
el and shiomenla w ere 391 bushels.
against receipts lut year of V6.09 bufhela
and shipments of busnei,
C learance w ere S3. MO - bushels of corn
none of oata and Wheat and flout elual to
I.ivei-Dool closed Vd to Id lower on
wheat and 4d to 4d hlaher on corn.
Local rane of optional -.
Artlcles. Open. HLgh. Low. C!oaa. Yea'y.
WHEAT No. t hard. t1.05ffl.; No.
hard. wji.gi: No. bard, iriaittc; No. 1
i-prlny. l tnul.eiH: No. 1 apring. sca.0t
No 4 prln. S6.y9c. "
coWJM'i. V JL " oT No, t, Kic
No. t ttrt, S7o; No. I H. 67c; No. 1
white, to -.c; No. t whh, 89Hc.
OATS No. t mixed, S7&J7V:; No. yel
liow, 37Va3Sc; No. I white. Sf38ie: No.
;lhlte. y;vyr4; atandard, SS'va39c .
V RYE No. S. Uc; K. . 5JSle. -
Car JLt BUeMtwta. .
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
flilcao ...X ,154 I
Minneapolis N .
Omaha ' 3a aa
Uuluth w. 4
CHICAGO URAIfff AND PROVISIONS
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Bank of England it Target of Atten
tion for Financial World.
flcea, 1&.R7S.7?: In bank to t'ie credit of
mirer of Vnltefl siatee. f41a47I; en r-
nidiarr aiWer coin. tl.0r.S4; tninnr coin.
r n m. Total balance In general fund.
f a Day mm t arlaai
4 owm aawdltlea.
Vi:w. ToHK, Oct. 51 FLeOtR Re-
rr'pir T ) t.Mr. . eapurin. nnia.
Steady with a l-"-4 trade. - Mm-
nrrvta patent, tb .. winter atralhta.
4u. Ulnneroia bakers, (4 W4 IW;
wintrr- extras. 4.i4S0. winter patenta.
rraft.Ti; winter lw rradea, M.3UV4 "J;
KtONM eUwlKht. Kl'ulli, Kye flour.
rteaily; fair lo kno1. U'r 30; choUe to
fancy. 4-i"i4.jl Huck wheal flour, dull;
U J5. nominal, per 1(K pounda.
l'OK.N,MRAI, Steady; fine white amt
yellow. I 6i'l 5: rar, 1.401 4a;
kiln ilrtrd. a.t0).B.
RTt-Firm; No. t western. 89. f. o.
b.. New York.
BARLKY Ouiet: feedinc. COCiCc. nom
inal, f. o n. New York.
Kit Firm: No. Z weaiern. l V. f. o o..
WHEAT Receipt. 7.70" bu.: export.
J44r7. bit; epot. easyi No. I red. 11.11.
nominal, elevator; N.j. red. tl.JI. to arrlvs.
o b.. aruiat; No. 1 nortiiern lJulutn.
Jl.M'ii. nominal, f. o. b., afloat; No. X hard
winter, tl.11. nominal, f. o. b.. afloat. While
forenoon wheat prke hrtike So pt-r huahel
today, refli.'ctina bearih foreiaTi new and
liguidation. there w a a sharp afternoon
rlxe. led by I member, which aeemed to
be conceated and the whole market cioeea
quit eteady at lac net advance to He de
cline, liecember. tl.HVal.12 1-K closed at
I1.U: May. 1U0 1.U t-lt, cloaed at
CUKN Kecetpu. i.K bu.: exporta,
bu.; apot. eaay; No. X, "Dc. elevator, and
;tHc delivered; No. 1 V, aal: No. X
yellow, Tlo. nominal. Option market wu
ithout transactlone. closlnif net
lower. December closed at c; May closed
OA1S- Recelpta. T5.WO.6u.; spot, quiet;
natural white. M to 22 lbs. 44i-v;; clipped
hlte, S4 to tl Ibe., 4f.tyfl4.V4jC
HA Y Easy : No. 1 6c; foA to choice,
Hoi's steady; atate common, ojiotu,
190S. l21e; Taclfio coast 190, 25 20c;
H1TE.S Firm; Bogota. 55c; Central
LEATHER Steady; acid, 52 3S0C.
PRVISn" Reef, qutel; famllr, 11 00
fi 14.50; mes 1 l.oO 'a 1 1.50; beef ham.
t24.00w:'oy; packet, t ' 2 00 12.50; city
fr l.Hii ms til AuA2LdO Pork, firm;
family. U.5OiT.60; short cleara. 4 ffii
'X Ort Cut meais. unsettled; pickled bellies,
1J fXTKii: plcjifad bojtn. "SlI. .. Itrd,
firm- nui (1 i west. S1A.W1I IJ.iw. reiiiiru.
Ifrmer: continent, tU to: South America,
(14 uO; compound. tS.T&Sl.26.
RICE sicauy; domesuo. IH-gic; patna
T ALLOW Firm; city, SHc; . country. i
hitter Firmer: creamery peciala,
lui-T2n- extra. SO'flllc: third to firsla.
MiiHe: Droceaa. 26He; weatern fac
tory, 23Hi25c; ImltaUon creamery, 26BZ7c.
CHEEsE-r-Flrm; atate lull cream spec
ials, 1dVu17c; state full cream specials,
fancy, 16c; aiate full cream speclala, com
mon to good, UVaUVic; skims full to apec
L.iMjo Finn: atate Pennsylvania and
nearby hennery, white, aVlittc; atate Penn
sylvania and nearby gathered, white,
ao2a:: atate Pennsylvania and nearby.
brown hennery, Jio-Jtic; gather-d brown.
Ti'Mic; western extra flrsta, 26Vi-i- Vx i flral.
&i&c: seconds, MS'anrrC -
POULTRY dressed. weak: western
chicken. i&lic; fowU, 12rlc.
I'revialwwa Atraeea CalferpsUy Iarlas;
CHICAGO. Oct. 2L Gralna closed lower
today, wheat and cora at no tine going
aa blxn aa yesterday a Ilnaf llsrurea. i'ro-
vlaloua advanced uniformly, rlba making
a gain of 17c
fn wheat market i opened weak, but
the downward trend waa stubbornly con
tested ay tba bulla and. Dereratoer at the
close waa unchanged at fee lower at
tLHV May sank on th final flgurea
SOVo below yeaterday. Tbe big bear fao
tor was a weakening of price for eaak
wheat In the southwest, coupled with a
larger rua of western hard winter wheat.
Lower foreign cables. Induced by free of
ferings of Ruaalaa and Argentina wheat
and aa advance In -the Bank of England
discount rate, bore down' on the local
market. The bulls were encouraged .by
the flrtnnese of cash wheat here and tbe
milling demand In the northwest. North
west mint 'in the weet " Jutt paaaext trlafle
an lucre ot 100.000 bushels In the. flour
output and are credited with being sold
up to February. The bullish? efforts bore
fruit at the close, when earlier losaea were
The corn pit today -reversed the bullish
movement or yesterday and profit-taking
ales kept the quotations declining for a
time. Resting orders absorbed - offerings
at the low point ef the day. and prices
then steadied. December closed Mc
lower than the final figures of yesterday.
The oata market dropped off sharply at
the outset. Later a partial recovery de
veloped. December, May and. July each
U.ed lower than yeaterday.
In the provisions market October lard
tiw.k a sharp Jump tip In the early trading,
n.lvanctng 2Z Closing rrk-es ranged
from unchanged to ix hlgbtr for pork
and JVaVc hixher tor lard, to unchanged
to 74c higher for ribs.
The leading futures ranged a follows:
WEATHER IX THE 4SRAIX BELT
THIRD WEEKLY ADVANCE MADE
ladiewtlea f Kx trwerdlaary t'wwdl
Ilea 5rw l erk. Market rvaes Net
(are Iw Sewawtleaal Aetlwai
ef Fwrelarw K.xchaaae.
NEW YORK. Oct. 21 -The attention of
the financial world was focue-d on the
Rank of England today br a third weekly
advance In the official rate of discount, a
full I per cent, to a per cent. On October
7 the rate was put at 1 per cent, after
having stood at 2 per cent since April 1.
Today's 5 per cent rati, therefore, repre
sent a rise of 2 per cent, doubling the
bank rate In two wrrka. Such drastio ac
tion is rare except In panic times and must
be accepted as Indication of extraordinaary
conditions. On October SI. 1WT. the rate waa
raised to 5 per cent from 44 per cent in
rppone to the banikng panic which had
hi i km out in New York. On November 4
following the rate went to per cent and
on November 7 to 7 per cent aa the result
of acute demand from New York for
That the preeent action of the Bank of
England is directed in part against New
York'a speculative borrowers is affirmed
In new advices from London and la indi
cated also by the heavy selling of Amer
ican securities for London account, which
ia forced by the measures of the English
These were again in heavy volume today
and were attributed to the closing out of
loans tn London. In which these stocks
figured aa collateral,
1'nlted mates Steel was the most notabiy
affected by this cause, although none of
the stocks which have figured recently In
the active speculation were exempt from
this pressure. Today's rise in the bank
rate was greeted by a sharp drop in the
Berlin exchange on London. althouKh all
other exchanges, including our own, moved
strongly in favor of London. In New
York the advance In aterling exchange was
so violent aa to give rise to calculations of
the possibility of gold exports in a short
The New Turk money market did not
share In the sensational action of foreign
money markets today, the call loan rate
holding at 4a per sent aa a maximum
yielding to below that. The recovery in
the stock market was encouraged by the
tranuuil tone of the local money market.
There was evidence aio of the require
ment from an uncovered short interest In
stocks, left from the operations in antic
ipation of the advance in the English bank
rate. In Vnlted States Steel, especially,
there were signs of an aggressive turn
against the abort Interest. The vigorous
strength shown by Wabash preferred even
in the face of the early weakness of the
market made it the subject of conjectures
of a part In another railroad deal. The
covering movement by the shorts made the
closing tone strong.
Bonds were easy. Total sales, par value,
$2.7t2,009, United States bonds. Ss, registered,
declined V tbe 4a, registered, A, and the
4s. coupon, V per cent In the bid price on
Number of sales
on stocks were as
galas. Hlffc. U. Close.
Mew Tark Mowey Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. rt-MONEY-Ort rail.
firm at 4MSi per cent; milng rate, 4H por
rent; offered at t per cent. Time loan,
firm; sixty daya, 46S per cent; ninety
day, t per rent: six months. 4 per rent.
PRIME MERCANTILE . PAPKR-ti&
HTF.RIJNO EXt'HANOI-; utmng. witn
ctual business in bankers' Mill at 4 xvi
4.fcX4 for slxtv-day bill and at "1 for
demand; commercial bill. t4KSi4UV
SILVER Bar. He; Mexican dollars, 43o.
J HINDS Government, weakj . railroad.
Tne following are the closing quotations
on stocka and bonds
r. S. ni. K r
no ce poa
V. 1 a, rag..
V. . 4s. reg ...
So roweon . . .
Allis-4 ksl. let
Am, A.S. is .
.. !. Int. w 4Sa.., J
1ei Int. w. 11
l irx l. im fH
IM do "
114 C. sv 1 "4
lit L. . 4a int. ...
... av i, a j. ni
Iia. x AT. 1st 4a.
Am. T. A T. rr. 4s..l so
Am TdUms im MM. U , PHrl
do 1 VS1 R R. ot V 4I.
Arur Ce. 4WO... M NYC Its.. .... ' 4
df cv. 4o
do rr. is
At. C. L 4
Dal. A Ohio 4s..
do 8 W. t4.
F)r. Tr. fT. 4. .
n. of oa. it.
I n. Leather Is.
of N. 1. m.
1k da 4s .
us v t . H. H A H
....l!4 rr. a. ...Hf
11DVI M a W. lM
.... 1" M er. 4r ..lkw
....KHb Pwirte 4a ... Its
St, Is T3
.... isvn a I- rtJa.
... inn Prna. rr. I1 1HS .. r
4 Jn con. 4 ...
o...l:s Re!ln tn 4s .it.. m
. 4a... rua
Cho. A Ohio 44ml-. .hO1 S. U A . F.
do rot. 6s 10314 do goo,
rblraso A A. V..,T L. A W.
C. h. A Q J. .... I4 ' Ut (
a a in. sw sm nosr a. s..
C. M. A P. a tV4s lv4So Fsclfic ot. 4 ... 1
C . R. I. P. a. 4s.. 77 do rr. 4s :....lwx
do rol. is. 1 14 so '.at ref. 4a. US
do rfs. 4a SMklte. B.IIMT is !
Colo. Ind. a. siw ee m. 4. sa
Colo. Mid. 4a H fnioa Pwtti 4 l'w
C. A . r. a s. 4. 17 do or. 4a.
D. A H. or. 4. ee 1st A ref. 4s.... 7
I). A R. O 4a M4 C. t. Bublxw a liMH
do rW la Nkl. a steal M (..... 1-S
Mmlllenf ia n 'Va. -Caro. Cham. as. Xv
"Crl . I. 4s. M Wabaeh 1st to. 1111
do fee, 4. n do 14 A as, 4s T4
do rr. 4a, srr. A.. K Wrrtom . 4s S4
do arrtaa i 74H Wrt- Bloc. CT U ... 1
Oso. Eles. tw. is ... Ills 'Wis. castral 4a M
III. coo, :at rr. 4a. .
01IAUA LITE STOCK MARKET
All Clatet of Bnyert Shade Prices on
Beef Cattla Ten Centt.
HOGS SELL AT HIQKES FIGURES
Balk ef Salea Arewad Dlsae Akave
Wedaesday'a Mark Skeep Mar
ket Weaker, wltk Med
SOI TH OMAHA, Neb.. O't. 12. 1.
..10 6,7 4 424 2v7
,. g.4.4 au 17.
,. 7.4-sl 2,4U lt.01
. 1.S.7 .7V.
Four daya this week.
Same days last week...
(Same days 2 week ago
Same days 1 weeks ago
Same days 4 weeks ago.. ' 512
Si me days laat year 3&1
The following table shows the receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to dftte, compared with last
year: 19". I. Inc. uec
rattle tr.t tMH ki.l" 4S.710
Hoes 1WS73 2.VJ1 475 V.M
Sheep 1.771. US 1.6S0 S31 90.296
The follow Ina table showa the average
price of hog at South Omaha, for the laat
several daya with comparisons:
Date. 1U. l908.11Sr.iU10a.lSu6.lw4.19ttl
I 151 I 201 4 i t
H I 1J I til t V7 i Hi t 21
M I 25 I 6 t 171 i I?
12 1 T r -w
12... 7 7 I
11.... 7 nttl
14.... 7 ) i t i' ( OBI I I Ml. i 111 t 4
la. ...I T stiWI I &l f el! t XSI It 12! I 4
In I Ml Zf U -
t ti( t 0: t 14 t W t I I a
1 t, I tW' 1 1;
7 5 21 B 20 i 131 t !, i IS
7 l 22, 1 11 I 14, S 0, 04
t UVkl t 2S 5 98 tut t 14 f (
Iioatosi gtox-ka ast Bawds,
BOSTON. Oct. U. Money, call loans,
r.4 per cent: time loans. 4445 per cent
Closing quotations on stocks and bonds
r-Uhlaoa sdl. 4s 4 Aswltajnatrd U
Atrhlaon 4s re Arli.Mia Cool BH
Atrhkron R, R Ill Atlait l'"4
do pfd BitU Coalition ...... Bx.
B. stoa A Albanr Ul aL A Arliooa
Boston A Maine IM Csntennlal
Boatua MUoralad la roopar Rang ...
Pltihbarg aid 1W Daljr West ..
N T . .N. H. A H...l4 Prankha ....
I'atoa Paelfle it's Granny
Am. Arc. Cham fVOren cwaanoa
do oft 10-HItl Roralo
A si pnru. Tasa I 4 anus. Mlniag ...
Hwelnta and disposition of live Stock at
the Lnion Stock ards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at a p. m. y
and leading: quotations
Fair Friday After Cooler Night
, . tke Prepket.
OMAHA. Oct. 21. 1S0.
The barometrio depression reported over
the northwest and upper Missouri valley
Wednesday morning has moved eastward,
over the upper Misaiaaippi valley and lake
region and is central this morning- over
Lake Superior. Unsettled weather contin
ue with this depression and rains are gen
eral throughout the lake region and Ohio
alley, with light snows in Manitoba, Lit? lit
ahowers went scattered over the central
vaileys during the laat twenty-four hours
and rains were general In the southern
states. The weather is generally clear west
of the Mississippi river into tbe mountains.
Warmer weather prevaila from the Mis
souri river east over the upper Mississippi
and Ohio valleys ana tne lake region to
the Atlantio coast. Slightly cooler weather
prvtalia thiou8hoatai6.jest Ai4tvwt4--.i
and It will be slightly cooler in this icln-1 csnnal
liy tunigni. mutt tair tomgm ana rriaay.
Record ot temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the laat tnree years:
1909. 1908. 1907. IS.
Minimum temperature ... 4l id 17 l
Precipitation 00. T - .00 .27
Normal temperature for today. 52 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation since March L,
Deficiency corresponding period in 1908,
3 li inches.
Deficiency corresponding - period In 1W7,
L. A, WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Alllahaltnera pfd i;4 SI
Amalgamated Coppor Z4.S.S) tus J
Am. Ft !uir l.Off 471 4
Am. Can pi A. w rs US
Am. C. A P .1 7u
Am. Cotton Oil l.o Tn, T
Am. H A U pfd l' 4S
Am. Ira Becurtlls , 1 14, tS
AmrrWa Llnsrod J.S) :S 1S
Amrrlran LoeomotlTe - ew t w
A R ,.'... i Ms
Am. S. a R. pfd . ft 11 111S
Am. gusar RaflDlng ....... . 11014 11
Am. T A T a.e 141S 11
Am. Todaoro fd e V HS
Antrim Wooira j. Sou 37 t4
Anaoonda Mlalng Co - tt) WT4 4v,
Atchison I. U "4 lHw
Ateitlam d :. T.4) ItMS 1M
Al.anUo Owat Una..'.....". 500 1S 1XH
Raiumor A Onto r.eoe 114 114
Bsl. A Ohio etd
Bethlahem ttoal ....
krookira Rapid Tr
Ca4Ua . Vactrua s
Articles.; Opn. Hlgh. Low. tClosAf Tes'y.
11 wi ws! 1 crs
1 MQT.l tMOr.'l 4MV
t - dp";
1 IMV1 4SH
1 041 05S
a-ii' : 3i
it si lit K
IH I lit
Jl 4741 11 TH
11 w 11 10
9 l,o K
Caalt quotarldiis ware g follows:'
fash rmeiatiena ware aa follows;
KliL'ft fo . - , . .
RVF-No. 2. 7"c.
1-IA11I.ET .Feed or mixing. 51tiC4c
to ch le. maitmr. tTtiic.
SEKDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern. II S;
No. 1 northweatarn. tl-71. Timvthy, 12.6
PROV!STON-Mesa pork, per IW
W S21i- -75. Lard, per l lbs.. t12 2,-
1t5. Sh"rt rib, sides I loose).- :'-ft
11 hrr clear sides (ooxeil). 111. aura u uo.
Total clearwncea of wheat and flour were
riMial to 4Ut.0uu bu. Primary . receHnia were
l.i tmt bu.. ctrmpared with l.OaO.OuO bu. the
c i resounding day a year ago.
Esiiinated receipta for toatorrow: Wheat.
'Jl ears: corn, lal oars; oata. 1M cars; bogs.
2 Mm head.
bl'lTr H Steady; . ci eamerte. 2fl30o;
EtlUaV-Rewiple. S.7 . cases. Market
Mleadv: at uiaik. Crihsra iucluded, l&c; flrsta.
23c: prime xiratn. ' "
CHKESE-A'lrra: dau-ie. liflf-.c: twins.
r,Ht,jp; Young Anvertcaa, l5ll,e, long
M. Loala tieaeral Market.
ST. LOriS, Oct. 21-WHEAT Lower;
track. No. 2 red cah, ll.21i1.2; No. 3 hard.
Jnn-S'Ml.114; December, May. tl.064
CORN Lower; track, no. z cash, 604&
tic; December, bos-'; May, 14c; No. t
OATs Lower; track. No. 2 cash, JEc:
December, SSc; May, 42c: No. 2 white.
RYE Steady; T5c.
FliOUR L'nchanBed'.red winter patent.
l T.Xis.00; extra fancy and straight, ts.ioti
5.: hard winter i"enrs. $4 00y 4 30.
SEED Timothy. 22.75(62.20.
FRAN Unchanged; sacked, east track.
fl 03fl 1 04.
HA Y unchanged ; timothy, tlvyul.tW;
IKON lllliUM Tltti sue.
HAOOINO 4?. ... . :
HEMP TWINE 7c. V.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; tubbing.
223 25. Lard, higher; prime steam, JlitM
1235. Dry aalt nieata, unchanged; boxed,
extra shorts. 112 00, clear- ribs. 112.00: short
clears, 112.25. Hacon. unchanged: boxed.
extra short. ZHOU; clear riba. 214 00; short
clears. Ill Zs.
BITTKK Steady; creamery. 24i30c
IHJULTRY Steady; chickens, I0o; spring.
U4c; turkeys, 13ilftc; ducks, 11c; geese, 7c
i;tijS teteady. 23c
lO.in.o 10 509
, loagno (
hoi n. I.' V'ildc.
lllTATo KH Htearf
dy: - choice to fancy.
aii3c: fsir to good. 'rt tto.
POULTRY Kasy; turkeys ISc; chw-ken.
VF.AI-Dull: 60 to' 60-11.. weight. 7lT1-;c
' to ki-!b. weights. r'j9c; Si to 110-lb.
xiKhta, 4t1Ic. . ...
PhlUalelwkta PrsMlacw Market.
PHiL- DELPHI A. Oct. It, BUTTER
V rm. tm lc higher; extra western cream
rry. ,vtvv extra nearby prints, K.
Ki'iS Firm, good demand: Pennsylvania
and tihr tierbr firsts, free caa. Sc at
maik, I'enns tvanla and othrr nearbv curJ
rent rere.ots in returnable casein 57c at
nark: "(Mir':, f'lis. frc cax-a,
'rmr t receipts, free rases.
:iii.' t 1 -.
1 i . i l. -t it. . bicker: New- York
ill cieam.-, 1 rule, lVic; fair to goo
Kaaaas City 4rala as PmUlaaa.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 21 WHEAT Cash
unchanged to lc lower: No. 2 hard. l t?vr
H; No. 1 tl.w1.07; No. 2 red. 11 t!4tf
1; No. 1 1121; December. 1 kSSL'J!4
bid: May. llteV sellers; jury, no trade
CORN Unchanged; No. "2 mixed. 419
tliac; No. Z. lie; No. t whit. 624c; No. 3,
file; December. 5SnC sellers: May, 14
CV t.ld; July, tie bid.
OATS Unchanged; No. 'white, 409404c;
No. 2 mixed. Stj40c
at EanHa City ranged
I Open. I High.; Low. Cloae.
1 024 1 02VV
1 U24 1 021
1 014 1 4
t 024 1 02A
- V, tr44
Chlcaao A Altos
XTikaco Orsat Wastora...
CWiraco M. W..: j
C. M. .A t. r
C. Ci C. 4 St. L.
Colored P. A I
Colorado A So
(Vlo. A Bo. 1st pfd
Colo. A So. Id pfd
tlawar A Hadaon
Prater a Rio Grande
1. A R. C. pfd
Kno 1st pfd
krl 14 p'd
Great Northern pfd
Groat Northern Or ctfs...
Int. Met. pfd-
Intomattonal Harrrster ..
Int. Marina pfd
Intamatloaal Papor ,
Kaaaas Olf So
K. C. o. pfd
Iu!Tl!ie a f
Minn. A St. L.
M.. St. P. a A S. M
M . K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
National Bur tilt
N R. R of M. 1st pfd...
Now York Central
H. . A W
Norfolk a W
Surinam Pacific ;
Poupla's sJaa .
p.. c. c a st. u
Punil Stosl Car
Pullman PaUbue Car
Rallwar Stool Spring
Ksyvbilo steal pfd
Rork island Co
Rock laiand Co. pfd
t. u a s. r m pfd....
St. ltMila s w
it. LAW. pfd
Sloaa-ghsrrisld 8. A
Southern Pacuia ....
Soalhera Kailsrar ....
So. kallwisr pfd.....
Taiaa A Pacific
t , st. L a w
T.. K. L t W, pfd
Cnloa pKlflo .......
laloa Pacifto pfd
I. A kroitr
I'. 8. Rukoor
t (. Sisal
I. A Stool pfd
its toppor ,
a -Carolina cbamlcal ...
Wssimshous tlsclrto ...
Sscos.1 in.i.mrol paid
Toual salsa tor iha dar.
. 78 T74
'J.aaywat ' - ! ..
'. A'.w. t43'-4,
pfd sceuo. lv
Obi U,5i) s?H
! II 4 ID 14
f la is
I. W0 U74 . lilS
1.000 454 441,
Am. T. m T
Amer. Woolom ..
Dom. I. S
Masa. Electne ..
do pfd :..
tnlted Fralt ....
I n I led P. II
r. A Steal
....lass M.. hawk
....141S Most. C A C.
.... M Nmda
... lias old uvmtaloa
.;.. sn Shannoa .... .,
.... TS Tamarack
.... V. 8. Mlalng..
.... Ksr. 8. 041
. ... awHA'tah
, .... I Winona .......
W Nonii Bstt ..
C. M. A St, P
C. A N. W., east
C A N. W., west
C, St. P., M. A O....
C, U. A Q . east
C. B. A VJ., west
C, li- I. P., east...
C . R. 1. A P., west..
C. As O. W
...tOF t 2R
. S. A nderson Neb
lMn...t.M 17 . 1 calves... XT.
39 cw W IN
Platte Valley fettle Co. Neb.
1 feeders. ,I1W let IS feeders.. rl
F. K. Stooer Neb.
t04 4 W 9 cow..
I N. Hughes Neb.
UOS 4 9 cows..
C. A. Mullen Colo.
961 I M 11 Cows..
HOOS Hogs reacted sharply
Ing under th influence of light receipt
and favorable prices from outside point.
Parkers were out early - and ail kinds ot
offerings moved readily from the opening
at much Improved figures. Hulk of sale
was right around a dime higher than yes
terday and the demand was unusually
vigorous with trad naturally active.
Salts were fairly well bunched, aa usual
and quality of supplies showed no ehange
of consequence Toward the close, the
tone to trade appeared strorger thAn the
ODenina. Instead of easier, but the few-
loads that probably showed an advance or
over lc were not sufficient to arrect tne
general market to any extent.
That producers are fully able to cope
with bearish tactics at this time of the
year la plainly evident In today s develop
ments and any very marked declines In the
near future will undoubtedly have a ten
dency to curtail shipment.
The bulk sold at I7.4'.4i7 60 today a com
pared with I7.svti7.40 of yesterday and 17
j of last Thursday. Top reached f7 .&
today as compared with 17 45 yesterday and
fl .' of last Thursday.
September at I .V-c.
I4e, nominal; No
quiet; Cordov;' 9t
I Santo. ISc M
1 1 " " , T ,
Iyocal securities quotations, furnished by
Samuel Burna. Jr., (14 New .York Life
Armour' C. 44 "
City of Omaka 4S. l"l...
Codakr Packing Co
Columbus fsiM . Kir. Utrt. ta, lilt.
tnospaadent TM. I (OaaHal
Inu-rnaUonal Onstrastloa CO
Laalsd Uss U(kt C a. IIM
Morris A Co. 4S 1 -
Nrbraaka Tsls. Stock,' f sae at
Omaha Gaa 6a. lilt.
Omaha Klac. Ugba ski pewar fa,r 1M
Omaha lis. usht a4 Poww pi..
Omaha C. R. St. By. I. 1124....
Omaka A C. B. 8c. Rr. ia. 114....
Omaha a C. B. St; RpvSfd 1 par at... Si
OmMiVAf fi .'. Rr. eoia" 4 srr rt. Tl
Omdh A C IV By. A B. . .'. JOl M
Omaha Water Co. ia,' Ue ,, .ai J M
Omaha Watar Co. la. 111! s4
Omaha Watar Col 1st rd H
oatk Omaha Srwrr 4S. Wl 1S
lioux City Stock Yards pfd, I par aoat M
t'nlon Stork Tarda (Omakas'f par cot ST
WaAsrn Paciho. ta, Uslr... US
Omaha Packing Co 70S
swift and Company Lift)
Cudahy Packing Co l.l
Armour A Co L50T
Omaha P. Co., Denver.... 43.
Armour, Denver 2M
cudahy, Denver 3W
W. U. Van Sant Co 2
Benton, Van Sant A L.... 412
Hill A Son 277
V. B. Lewis 2.J
Huston A Co W
J. R. Root A Co... 60
J. If. Bulla :.. SI
L. V. Hues.. 1
1 Wolf 3S
McCreary & Carey S
S. Werthelmr 122
H. F. Hamilton Ill
Sullivan Pr. 1
Smith A Polsley 39
C. K. A Co :. 20
Mo. -Kan. Beef Co 39
Other buyers S30
lis I ti
A arkrd. B bid
HAY Unchanged; choice timothy. tl20"f
12 .VI: rholc prairie, la 75-4 10 0, choice tt
falf. tli 71. 75.
BUTTER Creamery, extras, 294c; firsts.
274c; seconds. S4o; packing sUKk. 224c
.ECKJS Extras. 4-; firsts. 344o; sec
onds and dirtlea. 2A-. ' current recelptA
21 '-.-; aoutherns, loaa off. 14c
Wheat, bu 157
Corn, bu eu.OisJ
Oat is, bu Ki.uou
"PARIS. OcC t Prices on the Bourse
today opened weaker on the rise of the
discount rate of the Bank of England, but
improved later on tbe resignation of the
Spanish cabinet and the market closed
BERLIN, Oct. 2L Transactions on the
Bourse today were checked by a rise In
the Bank of England rate of discount.
LONDON. Oct. 21.-M.mey waa In email
supply and dearer on the market today
and discounts were raised in sympathy with
the rise in the Bank of England rate of
discount. On the Stock exchange the 4 nr
494, cent rate and the consequent rise In money
nas given speculators the hint that carry
over facilities for th forthcoming settle
ment are likely to be stlffer. This caused
offerings, especially of Americans and
Kaffir. Foreign bonds and British se
curitlea improved fractionally later, but
the news of the resignation of the Spanish
cabinet brought continental selling and
made the close heavy. American aecuritiea
openea a fraction higher, stocks gaining
iruiu 10 k. ine nigner bank rate
caused a reaction and at noon the market
as weak, with price ranging from un
changed to 4 lower than yesterday's New
Y'ork close. The decline continued in the
afternoon. United status Steel touched an
s under New xoi'k selling and several other
." stocks fell more than a point. The mar
ket closed weak. Orand Trunk waa weak
on the outcome of the meeting of the
Xew York Mlalag Steels.
NEW YORK. Oct. 21. Closing quotations
on mining stocas were as follows.
Allc 174 Usadrlll Co a.
Bruaawick Coa. .,
Com. Tunnel stuck
do bonds ,.,
Cnn. l. A Vs....
Utile Ckkaf .....
Yailov Jacket ...
OMAHA, Oct. 21 Bank clearings for to-
uy wrre a,tn,i,aB, and ror the corre
sponding aate last year 12,017.150.15.
NEW YORK. Oct
another nervoua and irreuular dav In' the
w. i cotton market. buL like vealerdav. nrloa
Hit, 1 reached their best level in the late trading.
4,tj aim iuie me close waa officially termed
Totals .....9,93 1504 22,133
tA4 4l- AttCelpkS 'Vrr ...IV) svwWiil .o-
uay, car oeing reUurum iu. in aUy
piy waa iiuaae up very iarsiy of oulojiw
uck, and siockrs ana feoicrs and uresaou
otxl men were coinpttuiuug of the very
iiiuiifereui uwiicy ot wnat taw beet cam
were lnciuoed in tne teceip.a of una as
uiuvn aa atxyuiiug eiae cou-iiouid lowaid
uaaing tne ruai act alow and lower. Ad
vices I torn eastern puuii were in tue main
iMttrun. aia ait cuaaaea of buyers tnaiateu
on aawding prices, bau and sales tua
anywhure tiom weak lo Mc lower ttiau
yeaterday alt around. -
Cowa and bexlera also sold on a slightly
lower basis. buppiies were not very
heavy, but the targe quantity of'
grade steers on sai. bom here and' at
other point, naturally created a anortftr
demand tor the stock and all classes of
buyers took a bearish view of the situation.
Strictly good to choice he.fera wet ara.ro
and quoted steady and there was not so
much weakneaa in the thin and canning
gradea. On the other hand, the fair to
mealum butcher cows were generally pretty
nearly luc lower than yeaterday, and the
trade slow at the decline. There was a
rather dull trade in atockers And feeders,
and prices were unevenly lowtr ail around.
Yard traders loaded up heavy the early
part of the week in anticipation of a good
country demand which failed to materialise
and. as a reult, they have liberal auppliea
on hand that they are unable to dispose ot
even at prices 10Q15c lower than the first
of the week. The declines Is especially no
ticeable In the heavy cattle which have
been neglected of late on account ot their
prevailing high prices. Choice lightweight
steers are selling about as well aa a week
ago, but common light stuff is hard to'd.s
pose of at any price.
Quoiadons on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed ateers, 170ii8.00; fair to good corn
fed steers, tA.OOft7.00; common to fair corn
fed steers. 14 5Or.0Q; good to choice range
steers, 15 2566.26; fair to good range steers,
4 5OI.5 00; common to fair range steer.
13.5o34.40; good to choice cornfed oows and
heifers, l40Uii5IO; fair to good cornfed
cows and heifers, 13 25 fj 4 00: common to
fair cornfed cows and heifers, f3.004j3.z5;
good to choice range cows and heifera. 13.10
vf 2?.: fair to good range cows and heifers,
t3.207f3.75: common to fair range cows and
heifers. 12.254j3.10; good to choice Blockers
and feeders, 14 75?i'5 8: fair to good stock
era and feeder. 13 804J4 M: common to fair
stockers and feeders. 12. 7583 50; stock heif
ers. t2.S5637t: veal calves, t3.5Otn.O0; hulls.
Stag, etc.. 12.7D4j4.5t.
WESTERNS SOUTH DAKOTA.
cows K i 00 M steers ...10M 4 IK
( steers. ...11M 4 46 4 feeders.. 101
11 cows 955 1 12 cows 922
S steers.. ..104 1 kO
Ole Roe 8 D.
24 steers.. ..1W1 4
Dawson A B 8. D.
steers. ...113 1 7J 45 teers....HSr.
IS steers.. ..1C79 4 15 t steer.... 1021
31 steers.. ..IOC 15 32 steers.. ..1195
t Moorhead A Marrlott-S. 1.
47 steers.. . 1123 4 60 43 steers... .109
steers. ...1112 4 00 130 steers... .115
Dawson A B S D.
.lflf.3 4 15 4 steers.. ..1099
7 47 S
7 4 77.
7 10 71.
BttkiLr-iiii easier lone ui killing stock
at )e.arU4 a opening tiecame more pro-
uouiicea as ihe morning advanced, especi
ally in the iamb orancii ot tne trade and
iai lamos cioeed generally weak, wliti
wccaaiutial sputa that were Kiy Lc lower
than tne previous day. Desirable tat sneep
ruled aooui aieady . threuguout the emir
reeaer, on tbe other hand, cloaed
somewhat stronger. The inquiry for good
thin kinds continued broad and active and
anything that suited a buyer's fancy
usually sold readily at pricea fully steady
to a shad higher. Despite the weakness in
fat lambs, a vary satisfactory clearance
was made in all klnda ot offering.
Th run today waa again of moderate
proportions, only lS v) head being reported
in, making the week's total thua tor 96.&Q
head a compared with 11.141 head for the
same daya laat week and 7.tW for the
corresponding period of , last year. The
character of the rceipts waa very similar
to the big bulk of atuff that has been
coming to market lately and very little, if
any, improvement was apparent today.
Packers were . extremely Indifferent
buyers at the opening. In fact there were
not enough early aalea In the killer branch
ot the trade to afford an adequate test
of valuea. but such strings as were sold
were admittedly lower than yesterday. On
some of the really good gradea. pricea were
possibly no lower than weak, but common
and Inferior kinds of both sheep and lambs
suffered declines all along the line and
the general market Is quoted at unevenly
Feeders, however, held up very well and
moat sales carried just about steady
figures. The market on feeder stuff was
rather slow. In getting started, but there
appeared to be the usual healthy under
tone to the trade and prices on all desir
able kinds sold in about the same notches
Quotations on fat sheen and lambs:
Oood to choice lambs. 2o50a5; fair to
rood lambs. 1$ JOfl. 50; good light year
lings. 15.0136.25; good heavy yearling. 1175
W5 00; good to choice wethers. 24 25474.50;
fair to good wethers. 13 9th4.25; good to
choice ewe. 23.9004.10; fair to good ewes,
t27fS3.90; old canner ewes. 11.0071200.
Quotations on feeder stock: Good to
choice lambs, M vit.40; fair to good
aK40r? 00; licht yearlings. HKrtje.lt: heavy
yearlings, t4 25j4.; old wethers. 14 1014 15:
good to. che'o .ewes. . t2.7&llK:. breeding
ewes. t3.75tj4 50; - yearling bdeeblng ewes,
No. - . Av.
i7 Wyoming wethers, culls .
74 Wyoming ewes
1511 Wyoming wethera. feeder..
444 Wyomlinr yearlings
291 Wyoming Iambs, cull
12 Wyoming lambs, feeders.....
ft Wyoming lamb, feeders
24 Idaho lambs. feders
n Idaho lambs, feeders
47S Wyoming limbs, feeders
V Wyoming lamb, feeders
422 Wyoming Iambs, feeders
414 Wyoming lambs, feeders
71 Nebraska lambs
Bit Idaho lambs
109 Idaho lamb
193 Idaho lambs '.
; ( 25
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
14 cows 6
U feeder.. 1124
14 feeders.. 1137
U steers.. ..lJtJ
t feeders. 1T2
on i 21 steers. ...11H7
Leadea Itsek Market.
LONDON. Oct n-Amerlcan aecuritiea
opt-nd a fraction higher today, the leading
etocks gainu.g from Vj of a point, but
tne hiuer bank rate caused a reaction
and at noon the market waa weak wun
.na nun uncnangea to 4 lower
yrmrruay a New York vloeinat.
i l .uoina blocks;
barely steady," laat price- were within
a point or two of the top. Net changes
for the day ranged from an advance of
1 point to a doc line of 1 point
The market opened at a devline of Jti5
points -on eotlve months. In renpotiae to
amappointing cables: quickly rallied on
over-nigiit buying orders to within a point 27 steers.. ,.1!M
I or two t.t lut .il.,hi ri.,1. .. i r b.M
i - - . .,.-., . w 1 1 a-wru a tirri b. ... -
I off under bear pressure ud lluui.laiitm. I 39 ateera.... 874
i tie puniicatlon of a Dreliuilnarv r-u..rt I it h.if.n r-jt
14 cows "21
14 cowa kos
I- e Sap-
IS cow 135
13 steers.. ..VTl
12 feeders.. 1073
124 steers.. ..1124
LIserttAl (.rata Market. .'
r.lVFRIi-IL. Oc. li - WHEAT -Stmt
oil:; ISO. rsj westers, winter, nominally
t 7 l4il-sd, futtnes dull; Deesvnber 7e 7wd
March. 7 4d; May, 7a ad ' '
i'4KX ,4put quiet: new American mixed
Galveston). a 14: future steady; Oc
tober, o :J; Iecember, le 4d.
1 1 . s Peer I a Mark:
TAOitlA1 -III . Oct. 21 -N IRX - Lower:
2 white. sci,. No. 2 Jiiow. sr. o,u. 1
"ilu. : No. 1, jsjv. ,
OATS 1'hrhanned. standard 4f ,c": N'o
al.ite. . X , ha 4-wtiU. A.-.-
V laweap-ella Uraia Market.
; Mllwaakee Urala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oot. a.. FLOUR Steady.
WHEAT No. L llH: No. 2 northern,
tl Or.'tit 674: December, Ji-Hal-WV
HATS 4 Jr.
BARLEY fa in plea. 53V(N7c
Metal Market. -
NEW YORK. Oct. 21 METAIJS ntandr
ard copper was weak locally today. local
dealer uuu'.t lak eopper at llJOOjiia.
elrctrolvtio at l.tstvj u V74 and casting at
fl2..a 11 7a. The Lon.Tori irarket Cowed
mmV, witii'apol at A07 tm 'S0 and futarea at
i.j 2 1 Tin waa steady locally. The
London market wa ftim. with pot at
13 2 d and futures at 4)39 17 d. Iad
waa quiet locally at 14 14 " 4 4. The In-d-.a
ji rk4 wa lower at all 1 1 Spelter
was firm lotally. with p.)l at K 15. bid.
TI.e Ixiiulon market cloaed lower at 23 Ia
l t-r si.. Iron was lower in London.
'! land aarranta ' bewlg tiuntd at oke
14d 3h loi-ai naikrt wsi atedv: No. I
l4.'a.l.H 4 let a-:.HtATKt: I i-wtrv. northern. lrrils5iV N. J. til it
' '- "W --li .. I ! No 1 ....tli,-rii and No 1 .ulh
toiusil. nsunar 2 I 14 Loujirllla a K.,
du arooaal ASM., A. A T
sl. Copper M-sN Y. Cralral..!
Al S.-OO.U W Norfolk A W ...
Atrhiaun 133S do pfd
o Id !- rvriartu A W . ..!
Baltlmor a Ohio 111 PsLnaylvania
cr.aiii Pacific l:4kand Aiaes. .'.'.'
Cliraapsaka a O Ka..lin
hiaao U. W 1 Soutoar Rr
Chi., Mil. A S4. P...lsiS do pfd.
i Asrrs 1 Southarti Partric
ITar A Rio u l I uoa Pactiic
s44 dv pfd
tn ' W C A S.aal
da 1st pld 4, do pfd
da Id pfd 41 Wafeaah
Cr Truak II o pfd
l.,lnl Caotrai l&l tpaniaa 4a
Im-imit-e t lwnair.ci,L
SILV ER Lar. ateady at 234d per ounce.
Mlj. i.l J4si 3 prr cent.
Tl ii of unmount tn tue ojn markrt
for a.-vurt Ll.ig Is t4tt4 per cent; lor three
nioniha' liilia, 44 per cent.
27 feeder. .1142
i feeder. ,1(K
. steers. ..
7 steers. ..
Gifiner' association. J. McGlU Wyo.
of cotton ifinned to 1 st-wra 11 aw; y si e r
October Ik only 5.3M.0iO bales and estl- lg steers. ..ill S3 cows.,
mating that 79 per cent of the crop had 14 cowa 1021 4 ufl II cowa.
Lro v cu. agaitisi m per cent last year, ' J4 cowa 9eS 1 46
- c-.wii iikiic uuiiisu man rumoreo
WASHINGTON. 4-t. 21-Th condition
of the treasury at the begluiiiiig ut busi
ness today waa:
Truat Fund 4iold ooln. K72 70 MS; ailver
d:.ar l4-7.417.uia): Siiyer dollar of
H : silver cea trficatea outstandrta-
n-inal Fund Standard ailver dollar In
aeneral fund. t2i!,'lJ; current IUhi,it,,s
Iff HS.Ihr- working halai.ee In trasury of
did not further stimulate demand, and
while there was more or less Irregularity,
the course of the market was generally
downward until pii.es showed a net loss
of about Hr.ui point.
There seemed to be no particular Item
In the news In favor of this decline, and
when it was found that disappointment
over the letepuua of the guiner' report
waa not leading to liquidation by the
laiger southern bull, aome of the early
eiler turned to cover, running the pi ice
of December up from 13.7c. to 13 SA the
season's hlch record a hlle May advanced
from 13.7c to U.c. There weie 'plenty of
baying orders around Ihe ring at tne
cloee. with lHM . mi.vr at 13 7Sc and May
at 13.S.V bl.l. Weather report were with
out special feature, while pot newa
claimed generally steady interior market
and It waa reported that a auuih Alabama
spot firm had failed owing to Ita ina
bility to fill export engakementa made
early In th season. .The census giinir.g
voort is expes-teti oa'Monday.- -
NEW OULKANsl. Oct. 31 COTTON
fctpola were firm; low ordinary, I 13-lac.
nominal, ordinary, l"4c nominal: good
ordinary. 12 1-1-ir; strict good ordinary.
124': low miidllng. 12 15-iA-;. strict low
r.lihing. 12:c; good middling. Il4c; strict
good middling. 11 li-lc; middling fair,
14 l-l:: mldditcg fair to fair. 14 T-lnc. He
ci liKt. 11.770 lu.: pin- k; l?TT6 Ihajea
ST. Liil'lrt. Oct. 21.-'OTTiN vi ilet:
middling. U4c; sale none; rtn eipta. 2 717
bale: shipments. 1 isd hales; st.x a. 14 25
Laic.' " ' ' r
24 cow 911 1 55
F. P. Babbitt W yo.
23 feeder .1074 4 45 X! feeders.. 994 4 45
D. McIonald Wyo.
4 steers.. ..1CV7 t 00 feeders
Receipts sad Qaotatloae tattle,
Skeep aad Hosts,
CHICAGO, Oct. 21.-CATTLE Receipts,
estimated at 11.000 head. Market steady;
steers. M6ttl.i); cows. t3.0ufl5.25; heifer.
i.W4i,fw: buna, S3.(ni4 36; calve. I3.00j
9.75; stockers and feeders, t3.7&tt 50.
HOG.-4 Receipts, estimated at IS.tiOO head.
Market lOftlSo higher; choice heavy, f7 1
l.OU; butchers. 7.Ktr7.9fi: light mixed. 17.30
choice light, r.ouli'7.75; packing. r
pigs. 15.fX.UT 15: bulk of salea. r.60
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, esti
mated at 26000 head. Market Irregular;
sheep. 14 0OW150; lambs. tAtiOTai; year
lings. 15 50.
Kaaaaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 21. CATTLE Re
ceipts. .0u0 head. Including l.ouu southern.
Market for steers steady to 10c lower; for
cows, strong and active.- for packers and
feeder, weak; choice export and dressed
beef steer. tfi.5Ui(l.50-, fair to good. t4.1f'tf
t.28: western steers. t4.10'u5t; stockers and
feeders. KSOuoffi; southern steers, 13.2V.;
l; southern cows. t2 40'ijm): native cowa,
12 2!V(r4 40; native heifera. $1.254.00; bulls.
12 7rA3 75: calves. tt.5fJi-7.o4).
HOOi-Reoeipts. 10.000 head. Market W
K higher; top, r 724: bulk of sale. 17.2Ar
7.47i; heavy. !7.5tVa7.724: packer and butch
er. t7.4Mj7.70; light, r iOUT.66; pig. piOuy
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 2AD
head. Market steady; iambs. !5 6(ru7 2C;
ves r ings. t4.50fi$25; others. 14(104 74: ewes.
t3.7Sr4.50; stockers snd feeder. rJ.Or55.00.
OMAHA GkSKRIL MARKET.
taple aad Faaey rrsdsr Price Far-
leked kg Bayers aad Wbolewalera.
BUTTER Creamery, No. t teilrerd ta
the retail trad in l ib. cartons, Uo; No.
L In 60-id. tuba '4c; No. 1 In l-lo. car
tons, IVc. In .-lb tub. Is'c: packing strxk.
224c; fancy dairy, tub. ftaJe. Market
ciiangrs r auesday. , , . . . .-
EUt.S reh veiling Hock, candled. 2k;
No. 2, A
POt Ll Rw Dressed broilers, 23c; spring.
14r; hens. 14c; cock a ICC, duckv l.;.gewae.
14c; turkeys. 2dc; pigeon, per do , H .
Aliva, broilers under 2 pound, loc; over
2 pounds, 10c; hens, Uo; fuct 4i ducks.
fuil feathered. Its.-; geese, full laatnrreil.
9c. tuikeyA under 10 petmdir. I&e; over 14 '
pound. lc; guinea lo w la, AtM per dJ;
pigconA tuc per doA
loc each. ...
OYSTERS Select, small ran. 2Sc; large.
40c; gallon, 11.), New iotk couuia small.
Zbc; large. 4ac; gallon. u.vv; liaitimore
standards, small, 22c: larx, J&c; glllon.
rlsH Fresh caught, almost all are
dressed: Halibut. 12J 13cr buf f Slo. tc; trout.
15c; bullheads, 14c; catfish. Uej erappierv.
sunfish. 9c; black tvaas, 25c; whlifihs
lie: pike, lie; salmon, 12c;' pickerel, 13e; s '
frog let. 46c. Fresh frosen, Whitefwh.
No. L lie; round. 9c; plcksrei. dressed and
headleaa, 9c. ptk. dreased. Ua; redsnappeta.
12c: Spanish mackerel, lie; native maokerol.
bEfc-F CUTS No. 1 rlbA lc; No. t rib,
11c; No. 1 rib. 74c; No. 1 loin," 2tc; Ko,
2 loin, 134c; No. t loin, -4o; No. 1 chuck.
4c; No. 1 chuck, 44c; No. t chuck, 44r;
No. I round. 94c; No. 1 round. c; No. 1
round. Cc: No. 1 plate, 64c; No. I plat,
4c; No. 1 plate. 14c - '
CHEESE Firt Wisconsin full dream
twins, 17'(ilT4c; Young Americas, four In
hoop. 174Slc; daisies, 20 in hoop, lie;
cream brick, full case. 17c; block Swiae.
U4tll9c; full cream llmherger Htu.l7c; Im
ported Swiss, pic; Rocquefort. 15gCi Kdauv -lie
per ds.; Nenfchatel, 4c per d",
FRUIi'S Oranges. VaiencTa Seedless. ,
to 18 sixes. 13.75; Florida, all stsea. tJ.25:
Lemons, extra choice Llmonttla .) to 31
sixes. If. W: California fancy, 100, extra '
fancy, ti 50: pears. Tall varieties.1 13 50;
peaches, Colorado freestones, extra, pef
box, 9or; grapea. Tokaya 11. 50; New York,,
per 7-lb. basket. 21c; prune. Italian, per
crate, 11.26: cantaloupes, Colorado Rocky
ford, atandard sixes. 46 melons. Ii.95; pony
sise. 54 melons. H 76, apple, home grown,
cooking, per bu. basket, 75c; per market
basket. 45c: Jonathans and Show. In bNs,
16.00: California bellfiowera. per box. 1 1 :
Colorado box Jonathans, extra choice, 12.5":
extra ninrv H 00; western Ben Davis. In
bbls. 13.50; Wlnessp. In bblA. H. qutnees,
CailfornlA per box. 116; grape f rutt. Flo
rida, 54 to 44 l see. tn.50; California, 49. 54
and 64 aixe. 13 ; cranberries. Cape Cod.
per bbl.. 17.00; per box. 12.60; dates. Anchor
brsnd, 10 1-lh pkgs. in box, per 4xx. 13.00; -Hotlowe'en
dates, due about November 1.
per lb.. 7c; figs, California, 60 pkgs. 6c slxe,
tn box. 11 .16.
VEGETABLES Irish potatoes, per hiui
TSaOc; Virginia sweets, per bbl.. 12.5V(j2.7i;
Wisconsin cabbage, per lb.. 14c: radishes,
extra fancy home grown, per do bunches,
10c; extra fancy lettuce,- per doa.. 45c;
fancy home grown parsley, per dozen
bunches. 15c; onlona, red and yellow. In
sacks, per lb., 14c; Spanish onions, per
crate, 11.50; fancy Florida egg plant. dos.
7oc; tomatoea, fancy home grown, per
market basket. 0c; string and wax beans,
per market basket. 11.00: Celery,- Michigan, ,'
per doa. bunches, 35c; Colorado, per.U-lb,
bunch, 75c; mammouth western, per dox.
bunches, 65c: cucumbers, not house, per
dox., 11.251.50; rutabaga, Canada, per lb.. '
14c: horseradish. 2 dos. in case. 11.90:. wal
nuts, black, per lb.. 24c; California No. L
per lb., 134c; California No. 2. 10c; garlic,
extra fancy white, per lb., 10c; red. per lb.;
lie . - , .
HIDES No. J green, 10c; io. 1 cure
Wool Market. , . .
BOSTON. Oct. 21.-WOOL The leading
domestic quotations range as follows:
Ohio and Pennsylvania rieeceeXX. SrVf
27c; X I435c; No. 1 washed. Iwi40e; half- ,
blood oomblng. tic; three-eighths-blood
combing. 17c; quarter-blood combing, l
S5c; Delaine washed. 40c Michigan, Wis
consin. New Work flaacea Fine unwashed. ,
27.t2bc; delaine unwashed. Sls-Cc; half-blood
unwashed. SVu3fc; three-elghths-blood un- '
washed, 34tic; quarter-Blood. Ifl34c. en
tucky, Indiana and Missouri Three-elghtha.
34c; quarier-blood, J2tj33c Scoured value.
Texas Fine. U-months, 76cji7c: fin six to -eight
montha, 4f70c- flu.: 63600. CaU- .
fornla Nerthem, ffvtfTOc; Middle county til
fe6c; fall free, fVCvgWc Oregon-HaSterri. So. , '
1 ataple. TKrsV: eastern rtothrhg1,- ToflTJd;
valley No. 1, 5T-9lc. Territory Fine staple. ;
TTtiWic: fine medium staple. . 7dft72: -fine
clothing. 70y72c: fine medium ' clothing. 67
6Si'; half-blood. ?! 76c; three-elghthe-bloosl
Mj70c; quarter-blood. 7tiSc. Pulled ex
tra, 70u72c; fine. ObTOc; A. Supers, ,0tS4c.
Oils mm Reals.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. OIL-Cottonseed,
unsettled; prime crude. l"..wii.e: prime
yellow. t6.fSviii5.95; Iecember. t6.So.tS. Pe
troleum, firm: refined New York, t.15i
Philadelphia and Baltimore. P..15: - PtiHa-'
delphla and Baltimore In bulk, 14 0- Bosin.,
quiet; .strained, common to good, 14.19.
Turpentine, steady, BOUc.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 21. OILS Cottdn
eed. refined in barrel, per lb., t.50. Re
ceipts. 236 bbls. rosin; no turpentine; no.
Dry Oood Market.
NEW YORK. Oct 21. DRY GOODft-
Cotton goods are steadily working up to
higher levels and the demand la moderate.
Yarns are firmer and the larger aalea are
being made to weavers. Activity In knit
goods Is good In Jobbing houses and In sell
ing agencies where any stock goods are
held. Linings are In moderate and steady '
call and advances are being asked.
St. Loala Live Block Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct, 21.-CATTLE Receipts,
7.0U head, including 3.500 Trims. Market
waa steady to 10c lower; native shipping
and export (treers. K75'at40; dressed beef
and butcher steers. t5 25ii V); ateera under
1.000 lbs.. t4.00fif.25; stockers and feeders.
23. 504(5 50; Cos and heifera, t-loOj36; can
nera. HOW; 2 50. bulls. t2.75t4.0D; eglves. 15 50
j 00; Texas and Indian ateera, HW46.71;
cows and heifers, la oi'il.sS. ,
HOOS Receipt. 7.3U0 head. Market 10c
higher: pigs and lights. 15 in7 io, packers
rluT 55, butchers and best heavy, 7.oUU
SHEEP AND LA M B S Reeel pt s, 2 0n0 1 anJ
neau. suaraei sieauy ; native muiTOlia, 11141
64.75: lamba. tti.U.7 25: culls and bucks.
1250.14 !, atockers. U il4 vo.
Iifir aad Mola
NEW YORK.' Oct 21. SUOARRaw.
firm; fair, refining. 1.80c; centrifugal, 9
test, 4 30c;' molasses sugar, Ipac. Refined,
DAKOTA TO BEGIN
Faads tmr Sana Will Be Bee w red ky
Bale af "Dakota Bat tarns", at
Special Deela-a. .,-
PTERRE. 8. D.. Oct. 2L-Speolal.r At a
recent meeting of the executive committee
of the Federation of Commercial Clubs of
the state, held a few dag ago. Granville
Jones of Aberdeen and Rapid City was se
lected secretary for the balance of th year
to fUl the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of J. F. Armstrong, who was elected
at the January meeting in Deadwood. Mr.
Jones was secretary of th federation for
the year 1908. He takes great Interest la
the work and In his letter of acceptance
of the position made It a condition that
he would serve the remainder of the tana,
without compensation. The next meeting
of the federation. Js t. be held at Preaho,
th second Tuesday Jn January, and It I
desired that every commercial club in tbe
tat will send at least one delegate" to That
meeting. -i . "
Ever since the adjournment of the legis
lature, without taking any action toward
providing an Immigration bureau for tile
state, the executive' committee ot coa4
merclal clubs, working with the governor
li Chamberlain, Ihe director., of
977 4 00 2 cows.
Sila Harris Wyo.
Sft cows X7 2 u 7 cow s 974
I cows Ml 2 15 2 heifers... 720
. H. C. Garlock-Wyo.
2S steers.. ..1112 4 Sl
William Irvine Wyo.
34 steers. ...1211 4 95 21 steers. ...I2M
14 Steers.. ..USA 4 50 49 calves... 411
Tom McGlll wvo.
44 steers.. ..1174 4 90 14 cows 1043 1 9-
T. B. Dodg-Wyc
14 steers . ..1141 4 W 21 calve...
t ralvea... H l 32 row
heifer... 70t t 40 f.'c.&l.f
feeders.. S3 IS 5 calves ..
27 feeders.. 11745 4 to 20 heifer...
t feeders.. 10C1 4 3
J. O. Aspinwall Neh.
T feeders.. 945 IM 12 feeder. . STJ 430
T. P. Aspinwall Nab.
14 feeders.. 944 4 50 10 feeders.
. IU 4 cows
Clyde Klrne Neb.
. 933 3 35 4 heifer...
Jo Siurdruan Neb.
. XI I 45 T cowa Hot
. -'3 t .5 ! bull 525
i. tioudwin Neb.
.1214 4 :
St. Joseph Llva flock Market.
ST JOSEPH. Oct. tl.-CATTLK-Re-reipta,
4.000 head; market aloe-; steers. 14 50
4-7 (; cows and heifer. 12.5o'!j.ot, valves.
HOGS Receipts. 4 roi head: market 54J
10c higher; top. 17.75; bulk ot sales, 7 3tj
'sHEEP AND LAM BS Receipt. 3.000
head; market ateady; lambs, 14 ion 7 00.
ilaai 4 Ity Live Slock Market.
SIOl'X CITY, la.. Oet. 21 (Special Tele
gram ) CATTLE Receipt. 2 'XS) head;
kiilera. steady; feeders dull lo loaer;
beeves. t4.fwrtB.u9: cow. tt.iArjiLTE; feeders.
13 WJiiilu; yearlings. 1'S 004.25.
H'JGrj Rrceipt. I 7-o tienu; 10.- hi,hr;
rank f prices, 7.i7.45; bulk of sale,
farmers' institutes, has been attempting to
devise some way of securing fund to ad
vertise the state. One plan susgested. was
; 10 secure a design fur a atate button, ta
be placed on sale oyer the state for the
, purpes) of raising a fund. The question
I of funds for securing the buttons was one
of the things to be met, and the people
of Fort Pierie have taken that expend
. upon themselves. The committee selected
I live derm 11 presented by Miss Caaale Smitii
I of Fort Pierre. It being a small button
'surrounded with a wreath of grain, with'
jsn eye in the center and the words "Keri
j Your Eye on South Dakota." These bul
lions will soon be presented to the people
'Of he state bv the federstlon,
peel 10 secure the start of a
Jlwek la Blgkt.
Receipts of live stork at the six principal
western atarketa yeaterday were a follows:
Cattle. Hoc. Sheen.
1 hlch ex-
Moux City ..
Si. Joaeph ...
Kansas City .
St. Louis ....
Fait culda aie quicw; .urwa oy Foley
Hooey and Tar, th treat throat and lung
remedy. The genuine ronraln no haria
ful drtgs. . bold bv all diaxgiatA
Total m.m 4U9ut
NEW YORK, Ct:t 2L-CorrEg-ruiires
Uerberl LGcoch Co;
urokers ass Dealer
net unchanged to i points
were reported of 9.2M In.
at f Owe. May ai t 5c.
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