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THK 1JKK: OMAHA, FRIDAY. (VTrOUEIl l!0!).
GRAIN 1D PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Price. Up on Higher Cable
and Better Demand.
SELLS TURN ABOUT
in Reflect icnit
- Olhrr Grain,
OMAHA. Oct. 2H. im
Higher cable wirt better demand boosted
wheat pi Ices, In face of th bearish pit
dement. Trader who have been constant
a Sellers on the bulge turned buyers today.
giving strength to the sagging market.
. I Corn reflected Mom of the strength
shown by the wheat market, but on the
whole sentiment wan greatly bearish.
Wheat wa iiy nervou. value chang
Imr rapidly, owing to the heavy trading on
both side. Cable canned the early bulge
and Inter olMiig una In order, giving a
slighter reaction but on the whole the
market tm firm and higher.
Corn wb a trifle higher, owli.g to the
dvance In wheat. The marker una more
active with an Increased demand. Cash
rorn wan moflr-rA'cly strong, hut prices
were unchanged mid the demand unusually
Vrimarv whsst receipt were 1.401.000
ela and slrtpment were 623, nnn bushels.
Inst receipt lnt vnr of U1O00O bushels
1 shlpmrnt of Effl Onr) bushel.
I'rlmary corn recalpts were 271,000 bimh
ela and shipments were 320.W) bushel.
galnt recelpla last year of 1S.1.000 bushel
ami shipment of 221.000 bushel.
Clearance were 183.000 bus-hel of corn
..() bimhela of oat and wheat and flour
eiua to 2s5,(J, bushel. -
Liverpool eioed V,d to d higher ou
wheat and Vid higher on corn.
Local range ot options;
h; 'I f
Article.! Open.! Hlgh. Low. Cloe. Yes'y
! V 1 I
9S1 ' W'4 m
37 vi Jrs S7s
4"Va . ,40V. 40V.I
1 spt g. 1 011.''iT-'N
1 spring,. 2f9i;c.
,i CoJliN-Nu. Jl-wtc: 1
99 . 08
68 ', MV4
S7s 37 '4
? lyi: March.
futurea stesrtv; December,
7 ssd: Mr. 7'id.
riuiel; hew ArrierVran mixed
tvU iial,t n. A . future steady,
! otvr. tinMilnul:. Peceinberi a Td. :
ri.Ol.lt Winter patei.ta steady at 33.
SKW IDRK (ifKitUli" MlBKKf
Omaha Casn Prloca.
WHEAT-NOf, J harU. 81.0H&1.02; No. t
haf.1. WAk Ni' 4 hard. :vu97c; No. i
'No. 8 uprtuir, swc'oji.w;
S, nci No. 4. KiVjc;
No. s v i llon . Uc;. iNu. S yellow. 5i1o; No.
i v. hit. , r.vv,!M4-; ..Xnh.-avtrWtV- WVfcUiWe.
oats No. :i ii jx.i, tuts'fj 'uiui ;. a white,
T.'.c. No. 'J wl.lt .V.',.i:if0, 4 ' Whit
:;7.;. ta,itj4rTf. 'iri ' v-s- r;
y' '.'.".' Vtia,(.' Corii. Oata.
f '.ioo v.;.. -...Mt . '.. m
JliuneHDOIIa ..iAT.At ..wl'-l- l . . . ' ...
Otn.hD 7 . -' r dl M ifl
nf the liar
t ommoill t lea.
N'KW YORK. Oct. l-'LOL'It-Reotpts
3R.5."iO hbl ; export. " S70 hbl. : X4lnneota
patent. 8.1 H6 mi: Minnee.ua baker. 14 w"J
4i; w inter pati'iu. 8. ' winter
Mralttht. 81.2.1'iioi'.: winter extra. 81. tow
4 W: w inter low uradi . I4..KT4 0: Kana
atralgt. 8"' 4 25; choice to fancv. $4
4 5.1. Huckwhiat flour, dull; bulk, 8-'.30,
nominal, per l' pound.
COH XM KA j Steady; fine white and yel
low. 11 Mful.K; coaro. I1.40al.46: kiln dried.
8.1 VKti ? W..
It YE tjulet: No. 2 Wratern, ffli,c, noml
liHi. f. o. b.. New Y'ork.
HA KI.KY Quiet; feeding, fij'&ti.lc. pom
Inn I p. I f. New York.
WHEAT Receipt. 32S.700 bu.: export,
SR.1 bu. Spot Wheat Irregular; No. 3 red,
81.23. axki-d. unmeet lc elevator; No. 2 red,
M.K;. asked, f. o. b.. afloat; No, 1 northern
liuluth, $1.1.1, nominal, f. o. b., afloat; No.
2 hard winter. 8121. nominal, f. o. b.,
afloat. The whole market waa more or
le Irregular all day but the Undertone
wa very eteady, with commleeion hotiaea
Rood buyer. Cnsh market In tha vouth
west were eay but the northweat wa
rirm. The clote wu at the bet of the
day. howlnT net gnln of H to 7ic. Pe
cemher cloned. Sl.13'4 : Mav closed. Il.ll7.
CORN-HecelptB, 7.R7B bu.; export. MO
hu.; pot market ateady; No. I, 69, elevator,
delivered and 6-r'Hc f. . afloat;
No. 2 yellow, 70'o, nonitnairOptlon market
was without transaction, cloaln" at l',o
advance. December cloed, 63Mc; May
OATS Receipt , 42.750 bu.: pot market
quiet; mixed, WljSi Iba., nominal: natural
white, Jti'f2 lba., 441 46c ; clipped white, Mty
42 lb., 4Vi44MVaC.
HAY Quiet; No. 3, 80SS5C; good to choice,
Mi '08I .OO.
Hlli;s Firm; Bogota, 21V4ti22Vto; Central
I.KATHKR-Steadv: add. S2fl30r.
PROVIHIONS Heef. ateadv. family, lllot)
iBH-riO; mi'. 8U.COtfM.60: beef ham. 824.mie
'MM; packet. 8l2.Oml2.tO: city extra India
mean, lil.ortw il .fifi. 'nt meat, ateadv; plck
'ed hellle. 813.90314.25; pickled ham'a. 813 25
$114.00. Laid. Hteadv; middle weat, $12f
li W; refine., ateadv: continent. 813 8V.
.South Amerlra. 814.001 compound, IW0"'f
if. DO. fork. HleH.lv: familv. $Ji'. OOfuT.OO;
Bhort clear, 824.0OT Vi 90; mrai. $-'5.75.
TALLOW-Hteadv: cltv. kc: country.
RICE Steady; domeatlc, V&Sic.
lUTftH-.Steady; creamery speciala, 32(3
32' c: extra a. 3I'(1V'
RUTTK'R Rarely ateadv: creamery ana-
clula, i2'!Hc; extraa, 31'g3lHe.
. in ; hiii.c. i", ouHvivanla and
t eaiby licnm ry, white,-fancy, 42ffl4Cc: weit-
rn extra fir t. 28-a30c; firata. . ,2rtr27ic:
conil. 24i((25'i.c. ,,
CHEESE- Hteady; tte fuU. cream, ape-
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Tone of the Market is Shifting; and
urer of 1". 8, 81S.SS2.4IW: ubldlarr eilver
coin, 81K.2k2.K'.4: minor coin. $1. 14, 7&0; total
balance In general fund. 8G.tti,iM.
.,...K.v.l 4 -
CIllCAflO GRAI AND TROVISIONR
Keataren of the Trading and Closing;
Prlrea on. Uiar4 ( 'frnde.
CHICAGO. Oct.'a.-tVheHt (Jlfi eVAh tfie
Hoard of Trade fluctuati;d nervously over
it wide range today and closed at about
the hlKlient point at riel-Kaiii jf Wo to
vi o. Coarao grain and proylblona also
Allhougu eeielrta if wheat a( all prl
inuiy giatlt center In" rh la country were
again liberal,. ru.urta.. tionv Uia.. uorthwem
anil aouthweHt claimed that ales of the
catih grain In the Interior Were decreasing
Hteadiiy. Them reporta . were . partially
i until me -by a flinir tonw In eaxh jiiar
kcts ut ouiHida gratu markeu. Aa a re
HUlt, sentiment In tlw wheat tiit nt time
dlHplayed coiinlderahla . atrawgLn, - although
the market waa oxtrmely iwi-oiia all day.
fhortn and. corhmlnolon houaea were active
bidder on .all break, . tatuunK quick rai
He. A decline of Sd to U'l in : t he price
f wheal at Liverpool prompted some fell
ing early inane aeesioti. na did aino a un
cial movement In the ndrthwest. A bulge
In corn and a report that eighteen boat
load of Wheat had ben-i '"worked"- for
fxioi t. ere bullish- Influences The range
for the -"day- ort"'ietertio''wa1i btwen
tl-OI't arid ?1 .Vi. The murket cloaed
htroim, with December at 81.06LgL0fH-
Sentiment in the coin- pit iw unmitH
nldy bullish the greater part uf the ae
sloii today. The market clud, etrong at
the top. with pi1'H No to V- above th
prevloun cloe. December being at W,
after selling .between .IKio 5,s and B'JVtC.
Brlak (hipping demand for oat caused
conslilerylile firmness In the options, but
l lie volume of trudlng waa small. The
strength of corn mlh olsu ; bulllslr factor.
The ose us firm, with jirloes up a
MVe. dull;' weatern chickens
ISV.p; owU, 13'4c; turkeys.. Wg 15c. Ireed,
diiTm'ular; western chickens, broiler. 15'3
21c; fowla, J2v(ilue; aprlng turkeys, lSUlthj.
WE.lTHKIl l.V , TMK . pHAIJT BELT
Fair and Warmer la the Sltaatlom for
OMAHA, Oct. 28. 190D.
The area of high pressure overlying the
ceuti-al valleys and -southwest Wednesday
morning-, hue extended- eastward, and now
overlies the entire country from the Rocky
to the Allegheny mountains, with' Its crest
over nit- upper Mississippi valley. Gen
erally clear weutlier prevails throughout
the territory covered by the high and a
very decided fall In temperature haa oc
curred -In thw -npner Mississippi and Ohio
valleys, the lake region and New England
state. An area of low pressure Is de
veloping In the extreme northwest and in
creased clotidlnen and - unsettled weather
prevail In the. northwest and on the Pa
cific slope. The high pressure, over the
central portion,, la followed by a very de
cided and general rise In temperature
everywhere wes). of the Missouri river,
, and the .weather will be warmer in this
vicinity tonight uuJ Friday, with con
Record of temperature arid precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the. last three, years; . ... ... ,
- , 1S08. .1908. 1907. UK.
Minimum temperature as., 87, . 81 S3
I-rnclpUmloli.r................. .00 .00.- ,00 .'.00
' Normal temperature for today, 4S degrees.
l)!flelency In precipitation since March L
deficiency corresponding period In- 1908.
. Meel Leads What Activity There
Is Traders Tnrn to Ltirrr
Prleed Btocka Deranae of
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. Growing dullness
In the siieculatiun In stocks was more
notable today than the tone of the market,
which waa shifting and uncertain, condi
tion were propitious to value and th.s in
duced some coveting of outstanding short
contracts, left open since the rert-ut period
of pressure on the market. There wn lit
tle beyond 'that and the day's business,
both in stocks and bonds, was on a. dimin
There wa the usual preponderance of
dealing In t'nlted Htalea- steel and there
waa a conspicuous ilverlon of uoh activ
ity as there waa Into low priced stocks.
Thl wa partly due to causes individual to
the stocks affected and partly dus to an
argument advanced by the professional
element that the smaller money require
ments for speculation . In the low priced
stock would serve to reoom round them
during a period of a. stnlehtened money
market. Some of the selling of the high
priced railroad stock seemed to be due to
this argument. A growing spirit of cau
tion was manifested In the speculation.
Bankers were inclined to expres more run.
fldence that danger of money etrlnrency
before the end of the year had averted.
The supply of fund In the money market
was more liberal and Interest rates were
shaded both for call and time loan. Ca'l
loans were made pretty steadily at 4 per
cent and It waa expected that a further
recession would follow the November J
payments, which are unusually large. The
coneluton ' of the London tock mTket
settlement without failures wa helpful, to
the International market. Sieel tra in ad
vice supplementary to the quarterly re
port of the Vnlted R'ate Rteel corporation
were regarded a emphasizing the fivnrable.
feature of that report, especially In th"
nntter of the large order be'ne booked
for the new quarter, which have the bene
fit of the higher prices now prevall'nr.
Production.' meantime, continue to msko
new record In various branches. The
striking feature In the Immediate ltuat'on
In the trade is the freedom with which the
rallrosd companies are placing order for
new equipment. There wa an awakened
Interest In storks connected with the ron
per Industry and there were reports of a
growlnar demand for the metal from unmn
of the foreign rnxnufacturer and a rsle
in the price of metal in London. The excite
ment In the cotton market served to d'vert
ome speculative activity In that market.
The shTp decline In the plc of N"w Ymk.
New Haven & Hartford following the de
cision' to lue new stock to ,atockhold"rs
at $1 25 had a had effect. It was Rugrestlv
of a movement to sell old stock to secure
Yeouroea for ubcxtblna to the new,
rather than to find resources elsewhere and
hold the old. With other stock Issue In
propet the inference, from this movement
The bond market wa prononncert dull
and price movement were somewhat er
ratic where effort were made to market
Inactive issues The tone wa Irreeolar.
Total sale par value. $229oOO T'nlted
States bonds were unchanged on call.
Following were the sales and range of
price on the Stock exchange today
NEW YORK, tot. JS.-MONKY-On, eall.
firm, -fit per cent: ruling rate, 4 per cent;
closing hid, i per cent; offered at 4 per
tent. Time loans, much easier; AO day. HO
davs and H month. 4 per ent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 8tiiV4j
8TKUL1NU EXCHANGR-Steadr" with
actual buslnes In bankers' bills at $4.11fv,t
4 Wo for slxtv-d.iv bills, and at ft",' for
tlemand. Commercial bills, 84.KIVn43T.
SILVER Par. MN,c; Mexican dollars. 43c
HON I S Government, steady; railroad.
' closing quotation on bond were a follow:
im4rtll. On. lt ret. .
Inter. Mft. 4v
10t Intsr. M M. 4 ...
lOIH'.'apM 4a. i.. i.
It Jpan 4ta
11 K C. . IM n
f. 8. ref. !!
r S. ret
f. s. 4. reg...
AIII-L'hilmK 1st bn.
Amn, AiirL f.B 12 J.
A Tier. T. T. cy. 4e. 1 '4-4, M
N. vin. 4s
. K. T. lt 4l.
Anier. Tobacco 4a
Ainer. Toturvo 4a
Armour A Co. 4'4a.
At'-hlfon gen. 48..
, flo pv. 4a. i
rti rv. 5a...
.Atlantic ('. b.
u. St O. 4a
B. AV O. 8 W
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Packer Pay Fully Steady Pricei for
SHORT SUPPLY SENDS HOGS UP
Proa res of Hang eaoa Cnrtalla
hlpment of heep nnd Aside
from I.nmha All Closes
Brine Firm Prleea.
do "4 do n. 444
lti Wt(ouri Pa 'lllf 4a
M. Rya. ot M. 4m.
ta mi 4 N. T. r. ran. at..
....... lmi do dah. 4a
1IUN Y . N H H rr.a HIS
lat 4. MHN. W. :al eon. 4a
t'H" no c. 4a im Mi
fti 'Northern racldc 4a..l"14
Jia. !H rto ! Pivj
Rro..klvn T. rr 4a.. a O. 8. b. rft 4
Ontrai of na. 6a pwPann. ev. Ia. IBIS.
fVniral Lealh-r Sa. .. am, do ron. 4a
r R. R. of N.J a S':. Rsadlna aetl. 4a.. .i.
,C. ft O. 4Wa 1"H . ft. b. ft 8. T. t.
do rf. aa l'24 do n oa
I!!. A. Uta "4 t. L. S'w'n con. 4
C. B. ft Q. Joint 4al do lat oll 4a...,
do tn 4a Prahoarii A h. 4a.
P.M. St. P. ilti . Pai-IMc col.' 4a..
C . R. 1. ft P.R.R.c.4 7S do CY. 4a
do col. Ra
do Hy. rf 4a
Colo. InfliMrlal r.a... 1
Colo. Ml.lland 4a.... 0
ft . raf. ft x.44a 7
. - do R. R. lat rat 4a. 4
o. Katiway oa i w
do tn. 4a ?a
VnloB Pacific 4a II 2S
do o. 4a 1134
im do lat and ref. 4a 7'
H 17. . Rulitwr a 104S
tui,tt . Sieel i d Ra. . . . lofts,
74T,Va.rar. thamlcal 5 7n
4a.,. Ut Wahaah lat H 118H
7 do lat and ext. 4a, 7si
do cy. 4a, arla A M watarn Md. 4a
do cy. 4a. son. a 7iWeat. Klac cr. Ba.. 4H
Oan. Electric cr. Sa 149 Wli. Central 4s 4
Bid. Mfcred. . .
D. ft H
D. ft R. O. 4l
do rat. 5i
Erla prior Han
do gen. 4a
London Stork Market.
LONDON. Oct. 2. American securities
opened a fraction over parity today. Later
the market Improved under the lend of
Canadian Pacific, -I'nlon Pacific and United
State Steel. At noon price were steady
and from' V to above yesterday's New
London closing stock:
Contole, money 12, Txmlavlll ft K
do account 81 MOM., K. ft T
SS N V. (.'antral... 1S7H
. V, Norfolk ft W 7
,.I!B do ptil M
Ontario A W. 44
.11R PtnnRylvanla 71
.' Rand Mlnca S't
. S9H Reading 12'4
. It Boutharn Ry 11
.141 do ptd 7ii
,. UHSoutharr Pacific HIS
. 41 Vnlnn Pacific...
. K do pfd lot
. as; V. t. strtl. li
. 474 do prA 130",
. to Wabaah SO4j
. do pfd. f.2Vi
..144 Branlph 4a. t 06
SII.VFR Pnr. nulet at 2.1 B-lSd Der ounce.
HONKV-tHffj per cent.
The rate nf discount In the open market
for short bills Is if(iA per cent; for three
months' bills, 4H per cent.
Baltlmor A Onlo..
Chcaapaaka ft O...
Chlcaxo O. W
Chi., Mil. ft St. P.
Denver ft Rio O...
do pfd .... ,
do lat pfd
do td rfd
Official Tuesday ....
Neb.. Oct. 2S. 1909.
C.ittle. Hog. Sheep.
3 f0 U 321
opening and packer mad na) secret of
their per d 'of eirppllea. The trwde wa
active throughout and an early clearance
made at pricea that were 6-iWo higher than
With thl morning's advance, the early
collapse of yesterday' maiket I fully
Kiped out and preeent level are safely a
nickel higher then the week's opening, or
about a dime higher than last Saturday.
Quality on an aveiage showed no visible
improvement thl morning. Character of
receipt wa mixed and grassy, a ha
been the ce for ome time paat. but th
tone to the trade wa notably even and
closing sales were about on the same basis
Tops reached $7.70 today a compared
with yesterday's top of 87 60 and ir.M of
lst Thursday. The bulk old at $7.fatr7.,
with yesterday's bulk at $7.i0ui bi, the same
Four day this week... .2S 4'.'3 12.770 83.0WJ
Same days last week fe.913 1- 437 W 944
Same day 2 week ago. S2 li9 13.127 111.141
Same dav S work ag0..H.i4 l"t.30 11.9"H
Same days 4 week ago.. 34,772 17 (ill 119.2IS
Same days last year,...17.o31 18.9W 72, .M
Ttio following table show tho receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to dato, compared with last
vrrir: 1909. i:4. Inc. Deo.
Cattle (HW.03.1 s4i;,2;U 69.803
Hog 1.HS9 C.20 2.1137. 41 147,842
Sheep 1,838.429 1.7:.301 79.12H
The following table how the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. 1909. 19.loT.r90il.;i905.l0i.1903.
7 5:' 4
B 421 6 !, 4 lt) 6 101 B 02 6 E3
t 021 5 12
t 08 6 04
& 14 5 OT
6 18: I 18
t 111 $ 0
6 29 5 98
i 431 5 &
ft 43, 5 701
6 41 5 47
6 3Si l.d 8 01
5 541 6 461 8 llil 4 94
5 60 I 6 13 4 Kh!
6 67 6 55 4 92 4 2j 6
Receipts and deposition of live stock at
the I'luon Stock yards. South Omatia, for
tnenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.,
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.H'r s.
C. M. & St. P 1 .. .. ..
Wabash ........ ... .. 1
Mo. Pac 1 2
U. P. 69 H SI 2
C, A N. W east .9 2
C. ik N. W., weet .. 67 10 ' ..
C. HI. P. M. & U. .. 1 .. 1
C. 13. & Q., cast ... 5 2
i'. H. & Q.. west .82 IS 1 ..
O. It. 1. & P., east 4 1
Total receipts ..229 46 fcl 2
Allle-rth&lmeni pfd ...
A ma Ira ma tad Cooper
American Heat Riiaar
American Can Pfd
American rar ft Foundry. .
American Cotton Oil
American H. ft L. prd
American Ice Bccuiitlea
a. ft r
Tel. ft Tel
-lo'lsl'iins were strung throughout the
i. Mi lit- ilft v nnd prices at tho close were
from lower lo 4oc higher; compared
(ill vesteiday a final figures.
The leading features ranaed as follows.
.M'licle.) Open. High.) Low. Cve.l. Y-es'y,
) m"' 1
J f Dec. I
V May i
II Oct. V
II Jur.. V
I May 1
! Ribs- j
I Oct. 1
II May 1
1 (ilVil 1 WVa 1 (fciVi
iw'is tmi s
,j. , )V
I 19 In
1 0.1 i l o i
IM) j" K9 . I
40 J . 39H'
XW . - er'jl
I 01 ,
42SI 42 :,
.. 3U'- 3ii
23 8a 1 23 35
19 4.1 I 19 1241 19 42Sl 19
18 so ill 12r 18 8S f Ut U7Si 11 VI
2 27Vil 12.40 12 Jil 12 371i;
13 17'i 12 02 -5 12 17
11 50 ! IfltSHl 11
11 11 Ou 11 20
j 10 14
13 02 '4
corresponding period In 10iH,
W ELSH, Looal Forecaster,
2 cash, eiVtc;
63?c; No.- 2
2 cash, J9Hffti
414o; No. 2
X'I.J.1 - -Cash
t l.i igjit 'li m; 1
were as follows
winter patents. 8o.3i-n.io;
striilg'hts, 84 01x410 3H; spring atralghts.
4 hi; bakeis, .l .1.70.
KY E No. 2. 73 iC ' ? 1 "
BARLEY Peed or mixing, 53J'i3Vie; fair
to choliH) malting. rWttV.
SEEl Eliix. No. I southwestern; $1.61;
No. 1 liorthweHtcrii. $L7l; llptothy seed,
PRoYlSHiNS-pnrU. mess, per bhl., $23.75
M24tiO. l.srd, per pal lb., $12.40. Short ribs,
side, loose. $10 HI (, 10. 75; (hort clear 'sides,
boxed. $11 .OtafUJat.
Total ilcHiances of wlieat and flour were
equal to INVIXO bushels. Primary receipt
Mere. l,4Or.(J0 bushels, compared with 810 000
bushels the corresponding? day a year ago.
Estimated recelpla for tomoriTiw; wheat, 49
cars; coin. 12? vara; pais, 146 cars; hogs,
14.HH) head. ,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. t red.
$l.n'til 21: No. $ red. $1 14?U 19: No. 2
haul. 8 1 lav 41 112: No. 3 hard. $1.0.11. Oh; No.
1 northern spring. $1 lih,iil 09; No. 2 north
ern spiing. $1.iVi1.07H: Nu S spring. $1.06
;ul 07. Corn: No. 2 cnsli. 616t4c: No. 2
nine Uk,ci No. 4. taiWc; Ni. 2 yellow.
il'iUllac; .No. 8 , yellow. 61c. Oats: No. $
white. XkiHi'.c';' No. 4 white, 3ii39'c;
M tndai d, 4tf4lc; . -
t'liicagu 4J:r Lot Receipts: YVheat. 4S
: curt., lol car: ciHt. isi cur. . r.sti-
"ied for tomorrow: Wheat. 49 cars; corn.
' cars; oats. 140 cars.
isi'TTKIJ Firm; .oreanaorieg. XH1304jc;
. lea. VN'osc.
l:Oc.s-Flrm; receipt. 4,S? cases: at
m'k, case Included. -18c; firsts, 24M,c;
r"l"'e flis. inSV-.
f Ii KKSl Steady : daisies, lf.'i l4c: twin.
154li.c: young America. lti16i,c; long
hoi ns. 154 IHo.
POTATOKfr-Weak; choice lo fancy, 45 ff
4sc; fair to good. 4Ji44e.
POVLTRY-Paav; tuikey9. 14r; ' chickens.
UUc; aprltig. 11 "c
V blAL Steady ; 60 to ro-pound weight.
7t1;Vsic; 4M to Si-pound weights, Au9i:. 83
10 110-pound Weights. 9Ville.
sjt. Louis General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. ZS. WHEAT Futurea
hlghor; cash, steady; track, No. 2 red cash
$1.31.24; No. i hard, $1.001.10; Deoember,
Il.ti"-,: -ly. ll.Ob'Vafl.Oti' .
CtRN Higher: track. No.
December, vlW&T'bc; May,
OATS-Hlgher; track. No.
S'c; December, 3Uac; May,
RYE Higher, 7c.
FI1CR Unchanged! red winter patents,
$5fio5.0; extra fancy and straights, $5.00
(&5.M; hard winter clears. 83.904.26.
, SEKD Timothy, $2.753.50.
, BRAN Steady; sacked east track. $1.03
HAY Steady; timothy, $12.00'a 18.00; prai
rie. $10001 12.00.
IRON COTTON TIES-SOo,' ' ,
PAGGINU 6 Vic
HEMP TWINE 7c. . , '.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchnnged; Jobbing.
$23.25. Laid, higher; prime stam, tl2Mtyt
12.12V. Dry salt meats, steady: boxed extra
shorts, $US7; clear ribs. 811.87V4; short
clears, $12.1-'V4. Racon, steady; boxed extra
shorts, 812.S7V,; clear libs, $U!.87f; short
clears, $13 12Vfe.
POULTRY Firm; clilckens. 9c: springs.
11c: turkeys, 144' 15c; ducks, lie; geese, 7Vc.
RUTTF.lt Steady ; creamery. 2631o.
EGGS Steady, 234c.
Flour, barrels 9,000 5000
Wheat, bushels 113 600 152.000
Corn, bushela 29,700 29,000
Oats, bushels 61.200 bl.iHH)
do pfd .
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt..
Central of New Jereay. ..
Cheaapeak ft Ohio
Chicago ft Alton
chlcaao Great Weatern..
Cliicano ft Northweatam.
M. ft St. P
C, C. ft St. L
Colorado Fuel ft Iron....
Colorado ft Southern....
do let pfd
do 24 pfd
Delaware ft Hudaon ....
Denver ft Rio Qrmnda. ...
Dlatlllera' Securities ....
do lat pfd
do lid pfd
Great Northern pfd
do ora otfa
Lonlavtll ft Naihrllle...
Mtnneapolla ft til. Loula.
M.. St. P. ft h. Sta. M ..
Miaauurt. Kanaaa ot
National Biaoult, ...
Hlah. LnW Clone
5014 so' riH
lineal securities quotations, furnished hv
Samuel Burns, jr., 614 New York Life
City of. Omaha 4Via. 1K7., ,...!
Mlanplls Grala Msrkt
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn Oct. 3 W H K.W
- LKtemt'ev. 91 fii May. $1 m': K,' 1
bard. $1 OiSfcU"1',: Kd. 1 m.rthecnj $1 Hl.'a
1.0o; No, I nortberav 8J uJ'o:."asi-No. jf
nor 1 or 1 11. j. w. " i . - . . , ,,...;- ,
FLA X Closet! at 81 V '' '
IIU1V In liak II. KMi-ku A -A
g KUI R-Flrst patent. 8. 140; .second
patents. $i IO'i!o:' first clears, $4.4f-c4 66;
1 st'coiul clear. 83 2ipn8,40.
1 Mlnaeanolla Crala Marktl.
, M! WAUKEF.' Oet. -Whett-N
irthrn. $1 fl-wi 1 10;
il 0: Dec . $1 OJV
V KRLEY- ".4.1 ti7',cm
Kansas City Grala and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 2. WHEAT Cash
unchanged: No. 2 hard $1.U4(tl.(W; No. $
$1.00-g1.05; No. 2 red. 81.17&1.19; No. $, $1
i.ii ; I'ri-einucr, ei.vi'icti i.iu, aeiinrs; Mav
$1 .(rifi 1.02S. sellers: July, no bid.
CORN-White. VoSc higher; mixed, un
changed to Vo lower: No, 2 mixed, 6sc
No. 3, oSc; No. 2 white. 63Vk 63o; No 2
3',c; Iiecemher, . 5iVc. sellers; May, 60 jJ
OATS No. 2 white. 4Ui41Vo; No. 2 mixed
R Y K 7U'u 74c.
1 1 A I ncbanged; choice timothy, $12 00
C112.A); choice prairie, $9.5(Xtf9.75; choice
U1T ITS. Bl.) I.Vt; 10. 10.
BUTTER Creamery extras, 30c; firsts.
fcuw- Extras. ,o; firsts. 24Wc aeennrt.
nu oirue. vc; current reoeint
southerns, loss off, 14c.
w neat, ou IsO.ouO sO.000
4-orn, bu 57. 32 wo
Oats, bu 21.000 17i000
Quotations at Kansas City:
Articles. ' t Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.
Wheat I J . I I
December ...j 1 0n' 1 01 1 01V,'l 01T4A
May 1 OlSi 1 Oi'.l 1 01V 1 OHA
Com " ) T )
December ... 67V,! 57V- .7 67V A
May ....y I 60' 6ol ) 60',B
Peoria . Market.
PEORIA. Oct. 28. CORN-Unchanged:
t jeii'ia, 01c. nu. a yeiiow, 01c; o.
yelloa, new, 60V; No. S, 61c; 110 grade. nw
OATS Firpi; standard, 4O-n-40Uc; No i
wl.lte. 3tVc; No. 4 whit. 39',c.
Dnlnth (.rain Market.
I1 1.1TH. Minn., -t. SS. WHEAT D.
$1 02 Si: May. 1104'
'a - i
No. It northern,
Liverpool 4.raln Market'.
1 .1 v er 1 on n.'u' "s-rxiv ijvr.VT-
UuUi; .No. i red western wibi
.. . ... Tolf do- fa-ed- Market.
.TTtKDi), 'O. 'Oct. 2-SEEn-Clovi
Cih, $s fti ; October. '$1.05; Deoeuiber. $07Vs;
-narcn. . ii esiaonsiiea graae, fn.titl.
Timothy, prime, $15. Alstk. prima.. $s.0f.;
Oclvbrr, IVOi; December, $1.16; March. $i.25.
UIU and Hoaln.
OIL CITY, Oct 2S.-OIL Credit balance
81 u; riv. ' 194194; ' average 1-io.lUVI; h:p-
ns-inf. f itsj. avei age.- i9i ."w.
fAVaXNAII. Oar Oct. 2S -OIL Turpen
tl'. apnet. 5;sc. '
liOSIN' Firm: sufea. ? 037 61111$ receipts.
1 o-t 1.01s : shipments. 10 ,vi bh s. stock
(KOTO bids, i.oiote; H , iaj; Di $1 W: K.
! $4 05; K-. 14 12'-. 41.. 14 IS:' H . 84 ' I t4 M
e . 8ie.-M . tfi "air N'. .'. 4 .vW V.- KM
v . . ' . - .
. s ?0
. J ,400
'. 12, idO
, .70 H0
. . 2,1.00
. . .:oi
. . 200
. . (Hi)
N. Rya. of M. lat pfd
New York Central
N. Y , t. ft W
Norfolk ft WeeUra
p . c, c. ft st. l...;...
Preeeed St,el Car
Pullman Palace Car ....
Railway steel Spring. ...
Roik i.land Co
St. I. ft B. K. Id pfd....
St. Lout Southwestern.
Sloe-Sheffield S. ft I ...
Tun ft Paclflo
T.. St. L. ft W
t'nlted State Realty
United Stale Rubber..
Lulled State Steel
I' tall Copper
V -Caro. Chemical
do pfd ,
Waatinghouae Elactrle ,,
Wheeling ft Lake Brl...
Total aale for th day,
. . . 7iO
. . . 'J
15 1 H
Curtahy Packing Co S
Columbua (Nab.) Glee. Light 6a, IMS... V4V,
Cltliena Gaa ft Elc, Waterloo. I,w.M2V,
Independent Tel, as, Omaha 80
International Conat. Co el
Laclede Lea Light Co. Si, 1S34. ....... 101
Morrli ft CO. 4H, 193 P2V.
Ncbr.aka Tale, atock, a per cent.... dus
Omaha Gaa, l14i ( per cent 104
Omaha Oaa Sa, 1S17 ;..;..'. 18
Omaha F.leo. L. P. Sa, 138 . nsvi
Omaha E. L ft P. pfd (.. M
O. ft C. B. St. Ry. ia, 1928 , VVi
O. ft C. B. St. Ry. 6t. 1814 luO
O. ft C. B. St. Ry. ptd., 6 per cent. S3 '
0. ft C. B. St. Ry. com.. 4 per cnt.7;
Omaha Water Co 6. ,1!4. -.'Ori''
Omaha Water Co. 6e, li.,..., i-8v,
Oman Water Co. lat pfd. . ....... ..,., j;ia.
South Omaha Sewer 4l,e, 193 M.j'alV,'..
Btoux City Stock Yaiaia pfd., s. c.. XT.
1 nton Stock Yard, drnaha, ..'. "'"rV
Western Paclflo .$,' f38 "tjfti,
. r, .
Swift and Co
Cudahy Packing Qo.
Armour & Co.
Armour, from Denver ....
Cudahy, from Denver .....
Omaha, from Denver ....
Omaha, from Kansas City
vv. B. Vansant Co
Henton Vansant & Lush
Hill & Son
J. H. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Huss
McCreary A Carey
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. , Kan. -Calf
Cilve & C'lunlel
Oilier buyers ....
Bank of UTntYland fXafemriiT.
LONDON. Oct. 28. The wetly si'ate
ment of the Bunk of England ahows the
following changes: . ., , .
..ni 1 co-i . c j en cnoni j&oan.wu., .,
Circulation ducregaed 118,000. ','
Bullion decreased 636,0.11. ' ,
Other securities Increased; 1. 425,000.
Other deposits Increased 332 000. ,
Public deposits increased 7:'4,000.
Notes reserve decrcssed 4S2,000. .
Government securities unchanged.
Proportion of .bank's reserve to liability
thl week, 45.80 per cent; lust week It. was
47.58 per cent.
! ' 1
New York Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 28 Closing quotations
en mining block were as louows:
Alice 1 175 Lendrltle Com.,
Comatock Tun. stock 32
Cen. ( al. ft
Iron Silver ,
Yellow Jacket ,
Dank Cleartna. . ... -
Oct. 28 Bank clearings for to
$2,576,933.13 and for the corre-
last year. $1,723,08.78.
. 4uo so
.... 1 ,
enS ' 89S
47 4 S
J', 4i: V
7.1s Jf. '4
Boston Stacks and Bouds.
BOSTON. Oct. 28-Money. call loans. 4S
47 1.', per cent; time loans. V. pc- cent
Closing quutalions on atookn i...,i..
Hu.ton ft Albany..
B'.aton ft Maine ...
B.ieton Elevated. . . .
t'ltrhburg pfd T
N Y . N. U. ft H
Amer. Pneu Tub .
Amer. T ft T
Domlolon I. ft S ...
K-Ulaon kiiec. Ilium,
kin Cle.lrlc. ....
InlleJ Kiuit '
t'nlted Shoe HU-h .
'U. I. Steel
'"' do pfd
W Allow. .
J Arli.si LV.innieivlal
t -a n mat A
"- t alumet 4 He. la...
. Coiper Kange
i1 Ialy Weu
; i'ii ..."
'4 1. a. Minn,.
' v. on.,..'
WASHIN.KITON Oct. 3s.The eondltlon
of th treasury todiy at the beginning of
busints was as follows: .
Trust Funds Oold coin. $s74.034 st.
ver dollar., $4s7,2o.0(i0; silver dollars of
IK. $4tr',1(i00; Silver cerlllioates outstand
lieneral Fund-Standaid silver dollar In
Ki.eral fund. $2.5.Ai.4:. current liabilities
$aL3at,.714; Working balance lu treu.-oiiv of
;ne. J.MfjM, in banks to ci-dit of treas-
Wool Market. v
BOSTON, Oct. 28-WOOL-Qultthes still
contlnue4 In the local wool market wilh
firm prices. Bids below the asking prices
receive scant attention, and no lower prices
urc aniicipiaeiT lor at least ten m.mths,
Local stocks are so well sold tip that CO.-
Oiv.oiJO pounds Is said to represent the
amount of wool In Boston bins. Territory
wool, both greasy and scoured Is selling
vim moderate rreeaom, while fleeces, es
pecially qn irter-blood grade ore in a fair
demand. There is a slrong demand for
Australian erosn-hreiis running from 40i
to tios, but locally the supply Is limited
The leading (imitations range ns follows:
Ohio and I 'ennsylvania fleeces XX, 'iVu'.fic
No. 1 washed. 40-d41c; fine unwashed. 2,fi
2se; fine unmereantable, 3dft 31c; ha?f-bloud
combing, .f.w..c; three-elghts-blnuu comb
months. 754 .Mm; fine six to eight months,
37c; one-'iti-irter-blood combing, 347735c; de
llne washed. 441f41o. Michigan, Wiscon
sin, New Y'ork. fleeces Fine unwashed, 2'
(li'.fc; delaine unwashed, Slit 32c; . half-blood
unwashed. 344t35; three-elghths-blood tin-
wnsiieu. M.',.f one-rourth-blood.
Kentucky. Indiana and Missouri Three-
etffhttis-blood, :14c; one--fourth-blood.. 32'(
8.'.c. Scoured values Texaa fine twelve
month. Tirttn?; fine six to eight months,
fv70c; f'ne foil. 6Sfifi0e. California North
ern, PSf'iV-; Middle county, 63g6c. Oifgon
Eastern No. 1 staple, iHrriWc; eastern c'.oth
log. 7(Mi72c; vallev No. 1. 57fMSe Terrltorv
Fine staple. Ttrcunc; fine mediums staple.
7iK7?c: fin cloth'mr. 7cvft72c; finer med'um
clothing. 7Si6Sc: bnlf-blood W; thrre
elehths-blood. !v7i70c; one-four h-blond, tfT
blood. tWino; Dne-fnurtli-bloodN; shr cm
tii'sc; rulled extra, 72j"76c; fine A, ftSipOc;
a super. n7S4c.
ST. IH'IS. Oct. 2S WOOL Firm; tr
rl'orv and western medium, 24fi29c; fine
in.Hiomi ?3'a2lc; fine, HtioOc.
IOVDOV. Oct. :1 W04fv-A sale of
sheen skins waa held here today. Th
offering s mounted to 5 2(10 bales Tere wa
a good attendance but denmnd was onlv
fair. Prices for Merinos declined 5 to 74
ner cept and cros-bieds anil Inferior
Trades 10 per cent. American and home
bu ver took the best parcels. Following are
the sales and nnres obtained for clothing
and corpblng: , ew South yinies. sua hale
'ifiV-d; f nieensland. brt biles, 4'4tivSl;
'e'.irni sin bales :o i-'i'ii.'! ; sooth Alls
isl'a. io bles. 4I'iid: west Australia wv
b-4le 4'-'''vd: Tasrnsnla 2' bales 1'n '4d ;
-ic'nii i icon bale- :tu,i"ril; Caoe of Hood
H.me nnd Natal. il bales. 4frHH'l; Punla
Arenas. 4.i bales. 6"i9'.d.
Philadelphia Prodocp Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2S.-BUTTF.H-e
Firm: fair demand: extra western cream-
erv 33'e: near by prints. 3:1c.
Ft JOS Firm; good remand; Penna and
other nearby first, flee case. :ln. at
mark; current receipts in returnable cases
2!ic. at mark; western firsts, fre cases
31c. at mark; current receipts. 2f.-ii27cH at
CHEESE Firm; good demand; New York
full cream clieeso, loij'ii 16Sc ; fair to good.
a a week ago.
No. Ay. Ph. Pr. Mo. ' Ay. h. F
74 SIS 1( t 48 84 511 10 1 !,
4 196 1.0 $ (A J7 $
aft "-m 110 1 .'. ' ;j ris t oa
74 t"3 13H 7 Mv, 73 ?l Hl J M
M 141 .20 7 6S It' t a.1
1 tt 0 7 80 44 374 ') 1 .)
M 241 .. . 7 4o (1-. ftt 40 t 8
7. ...... .814 40 Is . ; JH 19 111
63 !"t ) 11 ,',, Sit lto T 4V7.
71 2is 4'D Hi : 20 0 H'i
43 II HO Ton 4C .845 40 7 4c.
M in) 40 7 7t J:n lio 7 tav
8 .' to 1 1 t tin ir t t
ft3 1(7 80 1 42V, T2 .8 W 7 rT
II MO ... 7 41V, i 8M8 1:0 1 7i
7.1 ...233 80 7 98 V, 2 ti If) 7 70
7t V 10 1 tin
MEXICAN FLOOD REACHES- -STARVATION,
SHF.EP-WIth tlie progren of the range
season, th movement of western stock to
market continues to grow smaller. Only
about LI.OoO load were received this morn
ing, making the week's total thus far W.-
i-'W head as compared with almost 97.000
head for the same four days of last week
ami over 72.000 head for th corresponding
period of last year.
Aside from a sharply lower tendency in
the fat lamb branch of th trade this
morning, supplies of all kinds commanded
good, firm price. In sympathy with yes
terday's weakness In young killers at other
points, local salesmen wars forc-d to ac
cede to bearish pressure and, on most
strings prices looked to be right around
106 1,1c lower - than yesterday or not far
from a dime lower than last week's close,
Even at the decline noted, offerings were
rather hard to move and the trade dull. .
Only a few hmds of good, fat sheep were
Included In today's run; in fact, there was
not enough stock of this kind on sale to
afford much of a market test. The de
mand was active, however, and everything
sold readily at fully steady prices. Current
quotations on desirable fat sheep are uo
tably strong to possibly a shade higher as
compared with last Friday.
Buoyancy and nap a aln featured the
feeder market. The Inquiry" oontlnues es
pecially urgent for the better grades of
thin lamb and half fat sheep, and In
spite of the liberal movement of stock to
the country lately, many corn belt feed
lots are still waiting for occupancy. Th
demand from country buyer, largely from
Nebraska district, afforded an outlet that
exceeded the. supply and suitable feed-r
grades sold readily all along the line. Moa;
sales were about In yesterday's notches
nnd the general market fully steady. Cur
rent prices on good kind are quotable at
20ii25c h'gher than last Friday.
Quotations . on fat ..sheep and lambs:
Oood to choice lambs, 84o(f':75: fair to
good lambs. $fl.lO7T 40; good light year'lgs
tf.O0fr5.26; good heavy yearling. $4.M4JV5.lO;
good to choice wetherV $4 2MM.50; fair to
good wethers. $4.0og4.2fi; good to choice
ewes, $4,00rS4 15; fair to good ewes, $3,801?
400; old canner ewes. $1 OfPtK.OO.
Quotations on feeder stock: Oood to
choice lombs. $.0fW 40; fair to good lambs,
$B.404r.K; light yearllnes, $5 OOtT6.?5: heavy
yearlings. '$4 fWio.OO; old wethers, $4.1'SM 4o;
good to choice ewes. $3 OWS 75 : breeding
ewe. $3.755.50; yearling breeding ewes.
?18 Wyoming ewes, feeders 85
136 Wyoming wethers, feeders. .. .10
302 Wyoming awes, feeder $4
296 Wyoming wethers, feeders.... 100
, 64 Wyoming Iambs, feeders 40
98 Wyoming ewes, feeder.. 85
258 Wyoming Wethers, feeders.... 105
242 Wyoming yearlings, feeders.. 82
254 South Dakota lambs, feeders. 63
Height of Water Makes It Impossi
ble t Head Food 'to Home- 1
Irk retH. "
MEXICO CITY.. Oct.. M.-A special dis
patch from San Juan Ttautlata say tbat
the OrlJIIIvU ri,ver at that point 1 ti:'
rising and the condition of the poor In that
city and throughout the flood country ha
reached the starvation stage, owing to the
Impossibility of enfllng out provisions. The
total damag will exceed $.1.ftl,000.
Reports from Hulmagultlo are that th
Mem-alapa I slowly tecedlhg. 'but th nottti
section of the towh I stilt Ihundsted. '
Tlie towns of Tenoln,ue Usumadnta, K
tapllla, Cerro and Carmen pr flooded and
the Inhabitants have been forced to aban
don their homes and take to the highlands
In boats.- Crops are a total long 1n this sec
tion. The maximum height, of th water
In Cerro and Carmen la thirty-two Inchea
While In Pomerrlna the water stands six
and one-half feet In the main street. Tree
and driftwood are floating through villages. (
destroying adobe houses and forcing fam
ilies Into the water. .-i I ...
Petty thieves have take advantag of
the situation and many home af being
robbed while the occupants' are away.
In San Juan Bautlsta, the barrios of ex
ception and of Hanta Crui r'eorriphtcly
Inundated and the water a meter deep.'
Total ...7,155 2.414 18,140
CATTLE There was a fair run of caul
for a Thursday, but the receipt Included
very few desirable te;f steers, either corn
leus or westerns. '
Puckers were out In good season ana ail
seemed to have liberal orders to 'fill and
reauliy paid fully steady prices for any
thing that tney coin a use, aiinuugn tiieio
u as more or less effort on their part to
cheapen tip on the medium and common
kinds, whlcn nave constitatea- tno duik m
tho offerings of late. ' .
There were about slxt loads or cows ana
heifers on sale and, with the usual demaJ
from both local packers and outside buy
ers, th traao was reasonably active and
prices about steady with yesterday all
Business in stockers and feeders contin
ues dull. The country aemuna nas, oeen
veiy disappointing all week, and while
good to cholco llKlit and medium weight
steers are selling fully as we", as a week
ago, there has been a further hgl5c de
cline on the heavy fleshy steers. Common
light and edluin weight stuff has been
hard to move all week, with prices abut
as low as any time this season.
Quotations on cattle: 000a to choice
cornfed ateers, $7.O0'u8.OO; fair to good corn
fed steer, $6,003)1.00, common to fair corn-
fed steers, 8t.oOuju.uu; good to cnoice range
steers, $o.2o'uU.2o; lair to good rant; steers,
$4.50-iU.Ou; common to fair range steers,
$3.604.4.40; good to choice cornfed cows and
hellers, $4. .Oyo.tA); lair 10 goou corniej
com and heifers, $3.254.00; common to
fair cornfed cows and heifers, $2.0VKri3.25;
good to choice range oows and heifers, $3.o
(14.30; fair to good range cows and heifers,
13.2;u3.86; common to lair range cow and
heifers, $2.20(j3.2O; good to. choice stockers
and feeders, $4.605.35; fair U) good Block
er and feeders, ViBOLOO; common to fair
stockers and feeders, $2.76.03.60; stock hclf
erdrt, t2.8ikir3.76; veal calves, $3.6ma7.0u; bulls,
Bia-e, etc., $2.75&460.
V . 1 jiirtiNO r r.uiiaan.A
17 feeders.. 917
16 cows 842
11 cows 8a
25 heifers... 784
20 cows 1110
11 feeders.. 490
4 feeders.. 675
49 cows..... 938
15 heifers... 664
50 cows luos
3 90 8 feeders.. 978 3 25
3 36 6 oow 790 2 90
8 16 2'i cows 1002 3 45
$65 12 steers.. ..1205 4441
S 60 9 feeders.. (Ml 8 K5
8 00 6 heifers... 60 2 60
3 40 - 9 heifers... 7(17 8 50
8 50 17 heifers... 778 3 40
3 20 45 oows 10S4 8 30
$ 70 9 cows 917 X 35
8 50 4 cows 1075 8 50
3 20 SI cows 736 2 75
2 40 11 cows 83t 2 85
2 20 19 feeders.. 853 4 45
3 55 7 heifers... 710 2 35
3 50 6 cuws 916 3 30
3 55 10 feeders. . 947 4 00
3 25 24 coin..,. 776 2 85
. Palmberg Neb.
4 50 19 cows 1003 3 60
3 40 4 cows 8o7 2 75
46 feeders.. lofo
21 steers.. ..1070
13 heifers... 597
2 cows 665 8 li
Carl Berg Neb.
975 3 50 2 Cows S95 3 15
R. Berg Neb.
4 85 6 steers.... 770
3 $0 3 heifers... 6J0
W. Dean Neb.
4 55 4 cows...
P. Hill Neb.
George Maroy Neb.
4:2 3 90 16 heifers.
627 3 40
C. D. Fulmer Neb.
7i.2 4 20 6 steers..
Henry Meyers Neb.
91(2 4 40 2 steers..
J. M. Abry-Wyo.
..Sol 4 50 3 slt-ers.,
O. M. Hlati Wyo.
.. 9tl2 4 10
C. M. White-Neb.
..923 2 85 14 heifers... 821
Thomas Earnest Neb,
..1018 3 30 7 heifers..
D. L. Wilson Wyo.
. 106 6 25 8 calves... 2 so
.. 610 4 66 11 cows 997
,. 3S6 4 60
H. I. Ferguson Wyo.
14 feeders.. In0 4 75 6 cows 978
..loso 4 44) 4 steers... .10
..H0 4 75
tl. B Masters Wyo.
..1318 5 so 3 leer....li: i (W.
Master Bros Wyo
15 steers. ...
8 calve. .
13 cow. ,
..1012 4 10
676 8 15
861 4 50
930 3 25
m 4 50i
761 3 55
NKW Y'ORK. Oct. 2k COFFKK Futures
closed firm at a net advance of 5310 tsdut.
Siles were reported of 54 250 bag Including
December nt 6.10c; .lanuaiv. 6 litr5.15c:
March, ii.254i6.3ti; May. .i6.:4i"af July, g t
'16.1.1: September. 641-36 11c. Spot quiet;
No. 7 H'o s'. nominal: No. 4 Santo. 8Se.
Mild cuff. l. fillet Cord va. f-TUSc
Be Want Ath aref Buslnns Bobitara.
11 co i s
4 cows. . . .
5) stei rs. .
12 steers. .
I cow s. .
22 ft di i. . 65
12 feeders.. VM
9 cow 9
11 feeder.. c-V)
HoOS ( inly
9 cow. . . .
6 cow . . . .
97 3 70
CHICAGO JURIES PACKED
Grand Jnry Report Fatso Llata Are
, Used By Commlsaloaier la , .
CHICAGO, III.. Oct. 28.-Vlolalloa 4t th
law governing the proper drawing 01 grand'
and petit Juror Is charged against the'
Jury commission of Cook 'county lay an '
official report made by tho October grand "
Jury before Judge Rlohafd !,. Ruthin $ to
day. ' . "';.'
Th system of Jury drawing n the offlc
of the Jury commission Is characterised In
the report "fraught with fraud and , Ir
regular It les." and th pperi t?baxge',.1 mad
that the -selection of Juror ot in
order with the law, but purely rested upon
the personal choice of th Jury commis
sioners and their employes. A system 1 of
bogus cards and false - list ,1ft jolftaa out
In th report.
617 Irt-iho Iambs ., 72
50 Idaho lambs '......'.....;....'... 83
128 Idaho ewes ......,;.' 10S
148 Idaho ewes, feeders 108
l?o Idaho ewes ....' 103
300 Wyoming lambs.. 62
2l Wyoming lambs 42
80 Wyoming lambs, culls...,..:. 87
225 Wyoming' lambs, Ulls.. : 88
288 Wyoming ewes ....,....,.,lt
118 Wyoming ajwes ... . r.. . . . t. .107-
' t .,1
CHICAGO . I.IVR tlTOCK MARKET
' 4 40
. 3 50
' 4 15
Cattle and Sheep flteady Hogs Steady
CHICAGO.' Oct. ' 28. CATTLTC Receipt.
9 000 head; market steady. Vteers, $5.fiO(U
9.10; xowg. $3.5rJrS.25; heifers. $3.rjoi8.00;
bulls,,, t3.tXr7J4.867- calves, $3.00(39.75; stockers
" 'iroCJSRecelpts, estimated at 15.000 head;
market steady to 04J higher. Choice heavy,
$7.907i8.00; butchers, I7.8.V(T8.00; light mixed,
$7.40fi7.60; choice light. 87.4(Kti7.0: backlnir.
$7.6Vjj7.90; pigs, $5.0oru'r.3o; bulk of sales, $7.70
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipts, esti
mated at 20.000 head; market steady. Sheep.
J3(KVf5.25; lambs. $6.007.00; yearlings, $4 50rf
Kanaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITV. Oct. 28i CATTLE Re
celpts, 11.000 head, Including 1.200 southerns;
market steady to- strong i stockers, weak;
choice export and dressed beef steers, $6.26
8.50; fair to good, $4.75-&.25; weatern
steers, $3,8075.50; stockers and feeders. $3.15
(&4.80; southern steers, $3.25iij4.85; aoutliern
cows, $2.ri0'f 3.80; native cows. $2.26-34.75:
native helfera $3.157j,5.00; bulls, $2.75J3.7I!;
HOOS Receipts, 11.000 head; -marhet. Bo
to 10c higher; top, $7.80; bulk of les. $7.85
S17.70; heavy, 37.65(fi7.M)', packers and butch
era $7.45&7.70; light, f7.myl.Q0; plg. $6.35
V 1 ti.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 5.000
head; market, steady: lambs. $5.00141.80
yearling. $4 605.00; wether. $4.00&4 ft
ewes, $3.8fff4.00; Blockers arid feeder, $3.00
St. I.onls Live Stock Market.
ST, LOUIS. Oct. 28. CATTLIC Receipts,
u.iuu. inciuning z.oou cexan; native market
steady to 10c lower; Texan, 10o to 16c high.
er. Native shipping and export steers, $6.76
-it "XO; dressed beef and butcher steers, $6.25
'uu.au; steel under 1,4)00 pound, $4.00-u4i.80
stockers and feeders, $3.605 50; cows and
neirero, K-Hlii at; canner. $2.25(2.66; bulls
$2.7514.00; calves. 8o.6tij8.00; Texas and
Indian steers. $3.505.75? cows and heifers,
HOUS Receipts, 8,800 head; market
strong, ir-lgs and light. 85.lffrffi7.60; packers,
$7 ?5C(i7.65; butchers and test .heavy, $7.70
I.S4. , 1 ,
SHEEP AND IvMBS RecelX. 2000
market strong.' Native muMons, $3.O0fj4.26
lamb, $1.7r,ii7.10; cull and bucks, $2.aO4.76;
stocaers, a. 20104. w. - . .
St. Joseph Live S tote k Market.-
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 28. CATTLE Re-
ceip's suuu neaa; market steady; ateers
84 10-Ui.o"; co . ana , neiiera, $2.50eiS.oo
calve 13 00c 7 5.
HOGS Receipt. 7 000 head; market
rong to be nigner; top, 17.80; bulk of sales
i 407 70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reoelpt, 2,500
naau; lamDS, tt wim.iu.
John Aber Wyo.
9M 4 80 5 fci-der
... ssl 4 4 cows...
...1178 4 85
William Watson Wyo.
... W-0 4 85 6 heifers... 891 4 85
, ..lUUo 3 50
Janus Atkinson Wyo.
...11.15 5 10 8 cow...
...lus 6 10 7 cyws....
,..11:0 3 85 6 cow....
C. II. Hamilton Wyo.
. .. M'l 3 so 2.1 cow
4 to 9 feeder.
4 ("I 19 feeder.
about 2.900 nog were posted
tin morning and not many more than that
number were received. A a result, bullish
feeling was rife 111 the hog yard from the
Blonx City Mr Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. la . Oct. 2H.-(8peeial Tel
gram.) CATTLE Receipt, 1.000 head
market steady) feeders, weak; beeve.
84. 00-08.00; cows, - $3 0041-4.76; feeders, $4.0041
eu.uu, jeariuiKa, fo.vii a).
moos Receipts, lotiy head: market So
higher; range of prlcas, 17.007.64; bulk of
sales, $7. if.7. 0.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Movement )f Hog: to Market Con
tinue About the Same net In
Prewlon Week. v
CINCINNATI, Oct." .-(Spejtlat.X-Prio
Current says: Ther la a comparatively
steady movement of hogs ,i marKet.; To
tal western packing was 455,000 compared
with 450.C00 the preceding . week aqd, 696.-
000 last year. Since Murch 1 the total. Is
14.7O0.O0O against 17.005,000 a enr-ago. Prom
inent places compare, as follows: ,
St. Joseph .....
Cedar Rapids .
Sioux City .....
St. Paul .......
.... j, root
v , 960.400 ,
.'. 335.008 80.000
j 264.0U0 - 330.000
....... ...'; Slftoao, w'5,0( '
; 350. 000 40.000.'
nothing: TO SAY
Chairman Refnaea to Dlacn Re
HtC4. .ll.eaa TwrUadE-Jtat.
. ' Sidetrack Bryanj. ttc-W
WASHINGTON. Octf ; 2irmari E.
Mack, chairman of the democratic ndflonal
committee, declared, tonight that he had
nothing whatever to .say. concerning th
reported mov to sidetraeh Willlgmr ien-'
nlngs Bryan as leader of the party, snd'
elevate present Governor Judson Harmon
of Ohio to that pottlott, , ,. . v:
Mr. Mack's periodical, ,' the National
Monthly in lis last (sue cam o'ut with a
powerful article from the pen of Governor
Harmon, and throughout Its-pages there
was no laudatory mention of the Nebigs
kan. The peculiarity of this created a sen
sation, but no explanation; thus 'far has.
YELLOW BHKAST DIES OF PALI.
Former Implacable Fo of Whit Mast
Burled a Christian.
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., Oct. 38.-4 Special.)
Information has been received her -4f
the recent death at his modest little cabin
on Ponca creek, Rosebud reservation, or
Yellow Breast, formerly on of the war
chiefs of the Brule Sioux trlb of Indians.
It Is stated that Yellow Breast was one
of the conspicuous figures In th Custer
massacre. , i .
Although formerly an irriplaofcbl foe of
th then hated "pal face," during' reoent
years he had been on friendly term With
tha whites who lived In the vicinity of hi
home. Desiring to beoonie a Christian he
only last winter was confirmed a a mem
ber of the EpUoopal church by Assistant
Bishop Johnson of Sioux Fall. Th fu
neral of the old chieftain waa -held under
the rites of th Episcopal church In All
Saints' chapel, at Ponca substation. Rev.
W. B. Robert of Dallas oftlelatlng., Yel
low Breast waa between 86 and tO'.ysar'
of age, and died a th rasult of Injuria
sustained by falling out of a wagon about
threo , week ago. '.. '
Stolen Pocketbook Foand.
ONAWA, la., Oct; Ot. lip4olI. Ollbsrt
Smith of Little Sioujr, la., awok. )!.,. )U
room above on of the local restaurant
Tuesday morning about on o'clock to dis
cover that he had been robbed sf .consid
erable amount of money. He at otic sus
pected Charles Stewart who occupied th
same bed and called the . police., . ypoii
searching the suspect th pocketbook
found. Stewart was arrested on a charg
of larceny and given a hearing and bound
over to the grand Jury. 8 if art claim
that Smith was intoxicated and while In
this state unknowingly placed his pocket
book In his possession. Stewart ifi V itiid
brella mender. ' .
Stork In Sigh.
Receipts of live stuck at ...a six princi
pal western iiiuiseia yeaieruay:
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
South Omaha 4 4H8 2 16 13 260
S-oux City l.tluO t,o)
St. Joseph 8,Xi 7.0il 3 5a)
Kansas City 11,000 11 000 6 00)
St. Louis 6.100 8 HoO JOO)
Chicago 9.(00 15 000 iouoo
Total 33.5SS 4.vS 48.760
-. Metal Market.. -
NEW YORK, Oct, - if M ETAI.K titand
arj topper on the- New-t-York metal ex
change was dull and nominal 1 rrxfav with
spot and all positions Up to tho cud of
January closing at $12 60. aked. Local
broker qutiW lak4 Copper, lit tfTMHi 14 In;
electrolytic. $12 5vu 12.75: casting, $U 3T', d
1J t):S. London inarkot steady and a tiuio
higher with spot at L17 and fuliire at .IS
2s m1. Tin wss easy locally lAindoti market
lower; spot 1133 2 6d; future, 110. lA-ad
quiet locally r -spot. $4 3'iSlrl ImiiVmi
111,11 Met higher at 03 Is id. - Spelter quiet
locally: spot $! 4e-j:ti.5."i. London market un
changed at 23 2 bd. I toll lower at 61
3d for Cleveland -warrant - In London.
Local market steady;- No. 1 fotltidr north
ern. $19 tXd 18.50: No, 2. $1S iu-u 19 Oil, No. I
sotiihein and No. 1 southern soft. $19 2.1u
19 78 i ...
ST. LOUIS Oct. 2 -METALS -Lead
easy, $4 as-rM r7Vs; speTter, quiet, $r30.
Be Want Ad are Business BoosUr.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S.-COTTON-Fvtur
opened steady; October,. 14 bfctt 4.68c; No
vember, 14. S60; December, 14 65c: January,
14.65c; March, 14 07c; April, 14 60c. offered;
May. H.ViTc; July, 14 600; vAiigust, 1410c;
September, 13.12c, offered. a .
SK1 closed quiet. lO-fMiltit higher; mid
dling upland. 14.75c; middling gulf, . 15.00c ;
sales, 4.125 bale. .. , .v k' ; . ..
Futures closed steady. '.losing - bid:
October. 1435c; November it tic: jjinusry.
14 61c; Februsr)', 14 ; . Marelt. . 14. Vic;
April.' 14-uoc; May. 14. tie;-June, 14 lc; July,
14 58c; August. 14 (c: September) 13 17c.
IIAI.VI-SION. 'lex.. Oct. 28 COTTON
ST.- IXH'IS. Oct 28 COTTON-Hlgher
iniddltng. HSc: sales, 12 ' bales: ' reeet)s.
5 :C'J bales; shipments, 2,496; stock. l fai6.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 28 -4"OTTON
Spots' steady; low ordinary. 10'4c; ordi
nary, llK-luo, noiiilnal: good ordLnary, 12c;
strict gisod oidinarv 13 8-16c: low middling.
lc: tict low middling, 13 16-16c; middling,
14 4-16c; stllel middling. 14 6-16; 'good mid
dling. 14-16c; strict good mldd log, HSu:
middling fair, llc; ml. Idling fair I fall.
l.ISc; fair, li'-ic. nominal. . Receipt. S.n.J,
i NKW YORK,- Oct 28.' fttirOAR Raw.
1 1 in; refining, I.MsQg.poc; ' centrifugal. 98
net 4 3014 8ft'-: inolasse sugar. $.1 f.'viJ Hoc
aj..iA . m. . . j ... . ,
r.ri.uru, .ii.it. teiee, sevei puauerao.
6 2f.c; granulated, ilk.
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