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TTTFi BKE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. (XTOHFJ. 25. 1!H0.
CRAIX "AND PRODUCE MARKET
and Early Trading
CORN FEICES AEE AT LOW LEVEL
Holla Ilatf No Hope that ttkt or
C-r t an Ha Raised lil'M tka
Foreign Demand I a
rliinH: boxed extra short. $!S37H; clear
film. IIS?1-,; short clears. IIS
ItU l.TKY-Klrni; chl km. U,c; spring,
turkeys, PV'ijr.tc; ducks. 1.4c; ifM, loc.
HI Ti l-. ItFirm ; creamery, 2.Vfr.'c.
Flour, Mil 12.
Whil, bu 11.1 40
Corn, bu 4 ono 21.'
Oats, bu l"."..Oi 44,O"0
NEW YORK STICKS ANDBONUS
Speculator. Disposed to Adopt Wait
ing Attitude at Present.
offices. $.10 .069; In bank to credit of
treasurer of the I'nlted states, -V. . ;
subsidiary silver coin. 17.,V.' .K); minor
coin, l.iw.ai:,; total balance In general fund.
. and ahlp-
OM AHA, Oct. 24. 1910.
Tlth rabies coming Inwrr today arid an
expect! increase in world a aiiipinmiia all
gossip on wheat u very bearish, opening"
me inuiKet luw'er. I mil loieiau ueniaou
Iiictv. ae bull arc Inclined lo give up nope
or higner value.
Th co.-n initiKpt started heavy, lacking
upporl, shorts being tne only buyers,
'i rauera timi it easy lo buy all the corn
that ik warned, v. itti price at the lowest
lor the season. Demanu continues very
low, giving uitle hope of any auvance.
Lower cs'ulc and Keneral pressure to sell
gave wheat an eay tone. 'trade was very
moderate owing to laca of any demand or
feature to the market. Cash samples were
otferej and absorbed at prices o lower.
cipot corn lower and weak on lignt de
mand. Receipts fairly liberal and shorts
proved the best buyers, which waa not oi
sufficient volume to cause any decided ad
vance. Cash stuff S'tlS0 lower.
l'rtmary wheat receipts were 1.4X1,000 bvi.
and hIii omenta were 'ii.oX) bu..
tetpta lat year of 1,648,000 bu
merits of 674.UUO bu.
I'rlmary com receipt were
and smpmenta were 442.000 bu.,
telpts lam year of m,ou0 bu
menta of 271,0(4) bu.
Clearances were 100.000 bu. of corn, 3,000
bu. of oat and wheat and (lour equal to
Liverpool closed l to ld lowed on wheat
and d lower on corn.
Omaha C ash Pricea.
WHRAT-No. hard. RSStf'Hc; No. 3
hard. 83-?'2c; No. 4 hard, 80Va(Mic; re
jected hard. 77jMc; No. 2 spring, WVjUf
Msc; No. 3 spring, SVaM'ic.
(DRX-No. 2 white, 4asu4ic; No. I white,
4H'!B444,c; No. 4 white. 43S044C; No. 2 yel
low, 44'. i(44c: No. 8 yellow, 44j44sc; No.
4 yellow. 43si44c: No. 2, 44r1I44sc; No. 1,
4u44'?e; No. 4, 4io(44n; no grade, 4042e.
(M'l d -Standard, 2SVtf29c; No. 2 white,
2.'2"'r; No. 3 while, 2XS(i29c; No. 4
white, iMiiiv; No. 3 yellow, 28VM 28-kc;
No. 4 yellow, 27Va 27c
UARl.,k,V No. 8. Wutc; No. 4. 604j6'tc;
No. 1 teed, &44j69c; rejected, MCfnc. .
RTB No. 2. ilVtfT2jc; No. 3, 70H71ttc.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 39 260 187
( 'mana HI 71 4
CHICAGO URAIN AMD PROVISIONS
Feataree of the Trad I a a; sad Closlna:
Pricea om Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct. 24. Humors that Prance
had removed the duty on oats and pota
toes led to a rally here today In the price
of all grains. The wheat recovery waa
aided by Mina.lnees of the favorable supply
Incretuie and there was little change In tne
i Inning figures as compared with (Satur
day, e otf to ',c up.
Corn finished with a net advance of "45j"o
to hc. and oata with a gain of 'sac to c.
I A teat quotations for hog prouuets were
VOo dearer to B'.'Q decline, the latter, how
ever, being only a nominal drop and con
fined to the October option In pork.
The turn back upwards In wheat began
when, after an early period of weaknens, no
liquidation waa preclplta.ed by the Decem
ber delivery breaking below 92c. Much a
condition was altogether cmitrary to theo
ries ot the large short sellers. In conse
quence, coveting began all over the floor.
Preceding the reports of France removing;
duties, a better demand for ocean tonnage
furnished some stimulus. The fact that
primary receipts were short of the total
twelve mo n trie previous received attention.
Karly selling of wheat was baaed largely
on fine crop prospects In Argentina, Aus
tralia and Russia, and on liberal world
alilpments. December ranged between V
UWV, closing firm at 92c, a net loss of
Big shorts were the first to cover In the
corn pit. December fluctuations were
Wiic, with close firm at oc, a net rise of
J he corn market waa weak. No. t yellow
finished at 47)-4tHc.
Speculative sentiment In oats appeared
much affected by continuing reports that
the French import duty of iHc a bushel
liad been suspended. Decoraber varied from
3uuHc to .",& and In tha end waa Vi4?Hc
net higher at 30Va30"ta
Provisions In aenetal were marked up.
A.n attempted sale of 260 barrels of October
pork, broke the nominal price of that deliv
ery, (7c. All other hog produots closed,
unchanged to 30o up.
The loading futures ranged as follows:
KW IORK GKMCRAI. MARKET
taotaloas of the Dar Tarloas
NEW TORK. Oct 24 FIXiCIt Juiet :
sprlnit patents. IS Kvu.'i.fi; winter patents,
U.tiii'fM.fM: winter stralKhts. I1.10-H4..'.'.;
w.nter extrns. No. 1, . n"t 1.50; sprlna
clears, 14 KV('4 40; winter extras. No. 2,
ft .; Kansas straights. II lft4 kl. Kye
Hour, steady; fair to srnnd, Oi-LZS;
choice to fancy, 4.;Wi4 40. r.iickwhcat
flour, easv, 2.pii2.XI per rwt.
CORN M K A Is steady; fine white and
yellow. II ?, 12?,; kiln dried, IT 10.
W1IKAT xpot. easy; No. 2 red, W-jC,
elevator, and Sc, f. o. b., afloat; Nr.. 1
northern. Dululli. $1.13T. f. o. b., afloat.
Futures were weak early on the cables
and favorable crop advices from ArRentlna
and Austral a. but ref'tln-M part of the
loss on a better cash demand and reports
that france had removeil the duty on outs
and potatoes, closing at '''(rUc net lower.
Kxport saics were sixteen loads at out
ports. December. WiV-ty 11.00 -l. closeil at
11.00V May. l.UV!,i 1.K. closed at II.OuV
Receipts. 207.600 hti.; shipments. 1I1.0M htl.
CORN Kpot, steady; No. 2, 654c, elevator,
domestic bass, to arrive, c. I. f., and 5.vV,c,
f. o. b., afloat. Futures were firmer on
covering and smaller offerings from the
country? closing at unchanged to 'to ad
vance. Decemlicr, u?'aOIXc, closed at
Msc. May closed at ftd'tc Receipts, none;
shipments. 6u 2hS bu.
OATr Spot, firm; No. 2 mixed, 3sc. Ftl-
ur s w ere quiet and I rmer on covering
due to the French news, closing V'lc
t hlKher. October closed at .Vgc, De
cember at ITTc, May at 8fi..c and July at
3f7c. Reeel(ts, 47. 273 bu.; shltiments. none.
HAY Muiet: prime. 11.12'Mil IS: No. 1.
$1.10; No. 2. ll.Oorgl.OS: No. 3. BWc.
HOPS Stendv; common to choice. 1910
crop, lNff2.V: Pi crop, itHflsc; Pacific coast.
1910 crop, iwilttc; WW crop. lOiiHC
H 1 1 IKS Firm: Central America, 21c: Bo
gota, 21Vrt22 V.
DKATHiCR Firm: hemlock, firsts. TPa-iS
25Sc; seconds. 21VS2.Tc; thirds. lSKTKV-; re
PROVISIONS Fork. steaiW; mess, 121.00
f?2l Ml; famUy, $25 .00725. Ml; short clear.
$?2.0rW23.MI. Hecf. st-ady; mess, $IS.sjtU..Sn;
family. $19.0020.00; beef hams. 123.00 25.00.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14
Ihs.. $15.mn f 18.03; pickled hams. $14.6H! 15.30.
I.arrl, steady; prime middle West. 12.tS'cf
12.55; refined, steady: continent. $.60WlO.:
South America, $14.00; compound, $S.7;.Si
TA1.I)W Steady; prime city. 7T4c: coun
BUTTER Steady; creamery specials, 53c;
extra. ;40-c; third to first, 242c; cream
ery held, second to special 2uri32c; stats
Iry, common to finest, 2tt3'294ac; process,
common to special, 2v!i27c; Imitation
creamery, first, tVi.zc; factory, June make,
234i24o; current make, 21(jj.23c.
t. H r.cxsrj oteatiy ; state whole m IK.
special, ibSitg ltic; average fancy, smali
white, Hic; small colored, 15c; large white,
14-4C; larss .colored, 16c; October, colored.
large and small best, 14; skims, full to
r.utiS steauy ; state, fennsyivanla and
nearby hennery, white fancy, 42'g45c; gath
ered white, 8.V'S8c; hennery brown, fancy.
346 Joe; gathered brown. 31 33c; fresh gath
ered, extra rirst. 2B30c: r rst. 2Sn27e:
seconds, 24326c; fresh gathered dirties,
candled No. 1, 21i&22c; No. 2, liK3'20c; re
frigerator, special mark, fancy, 2dVyg2tic;
firsts, 242oc; seconds, 22Va24c.
P)UTiTRY Dressed, western broilers.
U(ffl7Vtc; dressed western fowls, 17(fl20c;
western dressed spring turkeys, 14fl22c.
New lord Motter Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24 MONF.Y On call,
steady; Su4 per cent: ruling rate. per
I cent; closing 1II. S'4 per cent; offered at
IRATE ADVANCES TO BE ALLOWED j v,rv'dnT"t;si,xt,v'' K "Vem'!
I i ninety davs. 4ffj per cent; six months.
IIhvi, per ceni.
I'KIJIK MERCANTILE I'Al'KR- 5W'0
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Week Starts Out with a Large Run of
Artlolea.l Opn. Hlh. low. Close. Bat'y.
. May.. .4XVaJs
HS 9T'(if;ttMW a
$6tl D W4
30 ? S0V9H
Oct.. ..Ill 10
8 24l 6
11 6-; 4
WEATHER I If TUB GRAIN BELT
Oatlook la for Contlaaed Fair
OMAHA. Oct, 24, 1S10.
There has been a slight out general rise
In temperature during the last twenty-four
hours In all portlona of the country, ex
cept on the middle Rocky mountain slope
and middle Atlantic coast, where tne
weather Is slightly cooler. No precipita
tion worthy 01 not has occurred in any
section since the preceding report, except
some light and scattered snowers occurred
in tne lower lake region, Mew juimanu
states and the extreme northwest. Kxoept
that considerable cloudiness prevails in the
upper valleys and northwest the weather
la generally fair In all portlona of the coun
try tins morning, ana tne outlook Is lor
continued fair In this vicinity tonight and
Tuesday, with no Important change In temperature.
Minimum temperature and precipitation
as comparea witn uie last tnrse years:
1!)10. 1W. IJt. 1907.
Lowest last night, 44 35 34 4
Precipitation 00 .00 .45 .00
Normal temperature for today, 60 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation since March 1.
corresponding period in 1909,
Ulltfmril Takes F.xpllclt t oras iaai
Interstate Commerce rsUl
remit Half of the Ad
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 The speculation In
stocks showed a disposition to adopt a
waiting attitude, with increasing weakness
today pending the working out of develop
ments in the money market abroad and the
confirmation of reorts on which the re
cent advance in stocks was based. The
most Influential of these reports have cen
tered about steel trade matters. Some of
them have gained in definlteness since they
first be an to lie heard and have lost some
thing of credibility and of Influence na a
result. For Instance the statement took
explicit form today that tho Interstate
Commerce commission will permit the
roads to advance freight rates to the ex
tent of one-half those specified In the ap
plications, although the decisions of the
commission In detail will not be an
nounced until February- The effect was to
arouse suspicion In the simulation where
confidence had been shown towards the
vaguer surprises of the probabilities of
favorable terms for the railroads in the
decisions on rate advances, based on the
knowledge that the advances named in
the applications were (rreater than were
expected lo be granted. Home apprehen
sion was felt over the effect In congress of
facts said to have been secured by the
bureau of corporations of the allotment of
steel rail production by an International
pool of steel rail manufacturers.
The course ot money and exchange rates
did not offer very striking developments,
but the belief that higher money rstes were
probable held slock market operations In
An early advance occurred In foreign ex
change rates here. The maturity on No
vember 1 of Sl8.ai0.000 of New York City
notes din in London Is a factor in the
exchange market for which provision has
been made, according to the statement of,
bankers concerned In the transaction.
Hubtreasury operations have withdrawn
$1.SOO,000 from the New York banks for the
new banking week. A renewed demand
from the south and west for cash was re
ported by some of the banks today.
The pries of copper was lower In London.
The sustained production for September
announced today by the Utah Copper com
pany affected conditions in the reported
agreement for curtailment among the
Bonds were steady. Total sales. par
value, $2,023,000. I'nlted States bonds aere
unchanged on call.
Number 01 saies and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
SLr.. Htjh. low. I'lOM.
HTF.RMNO EXCHANGE St rone; ac
tual business In bankers' bills at 14 S2rri
4 275 for sixty-day bills ami at $4 -;m) for
demand: commercial hills. $4S24.S24.
FILVEK Par. 5V: Mexican dollars. 45c.
HONDif Oovernment stendy; railroad
Closing quotations on bonii today Were
.1Vt lnt. M. M. 4m H
.lon lpn 4a
,1 S Mo 4-4,
.1H4 K C. Ro. 1st 72
.11'. I.. S. deb. 4. M
.11M4 1.. N. unl. 4 M
. 7S', M. K. T. 1st 4a.. !T7
do sen. 41,1
.pmt M. pacific "
. "'4N. R. R. of M. 4Ha MS
1(HN. Y. C. . Sa....
HJ (lo deb 4 WS
V. 8. rat. tm,
do coupon .
V. I. la. Nf.,,
ao coupon .
V. S. .(. rf.
6ri coupon ,.
Am. Af. ta...
Am. T. T.
Amiour A Co. 4a.
Atohlaon gen. 4s.
"no ct. 4
do cr. 5a
At. C. U 1st 4s..
Hal. A Ohio 4a...
on 8 W. ',s..
Brook. Tr. cr m
I On. ot (la da...
('n. lMiliir is. .
C of N. J. (. r.a
ChM. A Ohio 4Ha
do rwf. 6a
''hloaso A I),
C. B. A . .
do sn. 4a..
C. M. St 8. P.
C. K. I. !'.
do rfg. ta
Colo Ind. Ss
Colo. Mid, 4
C. A f r. . 4'ta
n. A H. cr. 4a
D. R. O. 4s
do ref. 6s
F.tl p 1. 4s
do fan. 4a
do cv. 4a, asr. A.
do sartea B
Amalfamated Coppsr ..
AmvTicaai Acrlcultural .
American beet Sufar....
Amsrlran Can v
Amarlcan C. A F
Am. Cotton Oil
Amarlcan H. A U fd..
Am. lc Aecurlti'es
Am. Linseed Oil
American Locomotive ..
Amarlcan 8. A K
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. Steel Foundries....
Am. Busar Kaftnlng
American T. A T
American Tobacco pfd...
Anaconda Mlolnf Co...
Ailannw Uoast Line..
Baltimore A Ohio l.ono
UoChlahMn Bleat l.X
Bmoklrn Rapid Tr .
Canadian Faclfio 1,600
Central Leather 1,500
Central Leather pfd....
Central of N. i
Chesapeake A Ohio t.IOO 84
Chicago A Alton
Ohlcafo O. W., now 800 3b
C. O. VV. pfd
ChlcafO A N. W 00
C.., M. A 8U P 10.500
C. C, C. A ft. U...
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Southern
Consolidated Cm eUW
Corn Products W0
Delawsrs A Hudson 1,200
Denver A Rio Orands W
I). A R. 0. Pf v. v--"
Distillers Securities ' 1.100
N. Y. . N. H. A H.
cv. Ss I.HH
.104N. A W. lat c. 4a... !V4
. 4 do cv. 4a. H-
. n No. Pacific 4a 10",
. do S. 71i
. 90 O. 8. L. rfdf. 4s ... flH
. M Penn. cr. Ss ISIS...
A'i do con. 4 1(:
. MS Readltif sen. 4a fS
1M 3 I.. 8. K. ff. 4l Uli,
.103 do fan. Js
. 4 St. L. 8. XV. c. 4s. ... "
3a.. 7i, do In fold 4a 1 j
4a .... Seaboard A. U 4s.... 'i
JT'l So. Psc. col. 4 1
f. J'tt 2 do cv. 4a.
1. 4s.. ?. do let raf. 4a f
S 80. Ballsav ta liH
7"4, do sen. 4 7u
:o I nlnn Pscir: 4a PUS
M do cv 4a 106V
W no 1st A raf. 4s... ,"
PS V. 8. ttiibber 4a 103'
Wi:, 8 Steal Sd Ss 103'k
73 Va.-Caro. Cham. Is. .!'
.' alab 1st 5a
7 do lat ex. 4s
7 Western Md. 4a SJiV
71 Vicat. Blac. cv. fa... 7i
Oen. Blec. cr. M..l wis. Central 4a
111 fen. 1st raf. 4s.. UH Mo. Pso. ev. ta MS
Int. Mat. u
HOGS SHOW CONSIDERABLE GAIN
l.arae Decrease la Snpply of Slieesi
aud l.asnbs, M'klle Pa-Ires Are
Irons; to Ten to Fifteen
POCTH OMAHA, Neb.. Oct. 24. 1910.
Receipts were: tattle. Hons. th-rp.
Estimate Monday 12.;ii4 l.uJ0 2.ilt
alrle day last week U.47 S.I ' 4:i'.2
.unie days 2 weeks ago. .l.l.oli l.sii vt.i24
Niera day 2 weeks ago..l2.i:i 2.0 JUMA
riame day 4 weeks ago..U.!'.v W.21
tame day lust year 8,S"7 2.267 16.79
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, lions and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date as compared with last
year: 1:110 IsaiM. Inc. Deo.
Cattle Kl.l24 77.l 113.4S
Hogs l.iWt.,78 1.8;6.II0 2KJ,ll2
Sheep 2,3w,7si 1,774,761 6U.024
1 he following table shows the average
prices of hogs at South Omaha tor tne lasi
enteral clays, with comparisons.
Dates. I 1M0. lW.I.19o8.;l7.1liaJj.liK)u.lWI.
t0 H 4
Erie let pfd 1,M0
corresponding period In 1908,
D. A. WELSH,
Kutaa Cltr Grain and Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 24. WHEAT De
cember, tai!a bid; May, Bbo, sellers; cash,
1(8 A3 lower; No. 2 hard, ikHVUoVac; No. i,
KUi)2c; No. 2 red, 2t(V4c; No. 3, lec.
CORN December, savsiBHc; May. 47o:
cash. rta'fto lower; No. 2 mixed, 4Jtc; No. 2
mixed, 4iHc; No. S white, 4c; No. S, 47 Ho.
OATs Unchanged; ro. 2 white. aitflJoc:
No. 2 mixed, Wny.llc.
KYE No. 2. 72S 75c
HAY Unchanged to 60c lower: choice
timothy. $!3.&0u 14.00: choice prairie. lU.mi
Wheat, bu 314.uta) ln2.000
Corn, bu 7a. oh) 22,000
Oats, bu 28.000 l,0i0
Cash quotations were as follows:
FIArjR-Kasy; winter patents, $4 20(54.40
KYE No. 2, IHWaTlc.
BARLEY Feed or mlxlne. ec; fair
lo choice malting. 7074.
SEED Flax. No. 1 southwestern, $2.60
No. 1 northwestern, $2.S3. Timothy, Si. 00
10. Clover. $8.fiorl4.00.
FROVISION Mess pork, per bbl., 17.2
bVi aa. Dard, per 100 lbs., $18.06. Short rib
aides (loose), $l0.0t211.t); short clear sides
1 boxed), lil.otii 11.26.
Total claaraucat of wheat and flour were
equal to 211,0u0 bu. Primary receipts were
1.4ol.000 bu., compared with 1,(147,000 bu
the corresponding day a year ago. The vis
Ibis supply of wheat In the United States
I nor eased 406.OOO bu. for the week. The
amount of breadstuff on ocean passage de
creased 2.214.000 bu. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow: Wheat. Kit cars; corn, m0 cars
Pars, 2o7 cars; hugs, lb, on) head.
ChicaKO Cash iT-ces V heat: No. S red
ttWuWac; No. 8 red. HaJc; No. 2 hard.
; No. 3 hard, 21ijc; No. 1 northern
spring. Sl.OWulOe; Wo. 2 northern spring
H.OJ'til.Ob; No. 3 spring, $1.00 1.03. Corn
No. 2 cash. 47iM7Wc; No. S casn, 47 47 10
No. S white, 4M(4Bc; No. i whlto, tia
tic; No. 2 yellow. 473p8c; No. S yellow,
7Vl-4Vc. Oats: No. 2 cash, SldjSlc: No.
2 white. 31uf2c; No. 4 white, t'aX'-jO.
It CTl'K.U steady; creameries, t4a28o;
flair es. 2."iI7c.
ECUS Receipts. 2.S81 cases. Market
steady; at mark, cases included. I
2He; firsts, 24Lc; prime firsts. 2oLc
CHEESK-Steady; daisies, 15Kc; twins.
Rulf-se; Young Americas, l&at&'c; long
borns, IV'a lVjc.
POTATOES Steady; choice to fancy, 504
ebc:- fair to good. .w4to.
POL ETRY Easy; turkeys. 16c; bens, 11c;
VEADSteady; 60 to MMb. weights, i
loe; s) to ? lb. weights, lOyllc; .16 to 110 lb.
Receipts ToUay: Wheat, S ears; corn,
too cars: oats, 178 cars. Estimated tomor
row: Wheat. 1J8 cars; corn. 340 cars; oats,
St. I. on la General Market.
tT. IAH'IS. Oct. 24 WHEAT- Futures
lower; liecember, 4c; May, $1 OOH; cash,
lower; track, No. 2 red, No. 2
CORN Futures higher; December. 44Sc;
May, 4i'u4M'; ca" lower; track. No. 2.
IM-: No. 1 white. 4BS14S0.
OATS December, .toe; May, S3c; cash
lower; track, No. 2, 2-c; No. S white, 3lVt
RYE I'nchanged. at 7c.
KUtl It-Uwar; red winter patents. $4 20
fi4 40. extra fancy and straight, $MIS(14.U;
hard winter clears. SISO-iiSsJ.
SEED TlmoUiv, $ji-oS 76.
Hit AN -h 1 em sacked east track, Si'iiMc.
HAY Weak; timothy, $U Ouy IS jo. prairie.
110 14 00.
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; Jobbing.
$14 00. Ijird, unchanged; prim steam,
1 12 e-W 12.60. Dry salt meats, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts. $il,V: clear ribs,
$11 .'; short, cleats, $.2.12'. Bacon, un-
Pailadelphla Prodare Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 24. HIITTKR
Btoaoy; extra weotent creamery a3c; sxira
nearby prints 84c.
tutiS- Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby llr.ts, ire casts, Joo at mark; Penn-
yivuila ana otuer noarby current receipts
11 returnable caaes, 2o at mark: western
flrsUt, free cases, 80c at mark; western cur
rent receipts, tree cases, Zsc at mark. .
CHk.h.ofc. Steauy ; New York full creams,
choice 16c;New York full cretuns, fair
to good, 14r4'4ll'.
Mlnneapoll Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 24. WHEAT De
cember, 21. 02',; May, $1.0oHi31.ott; No. 1
hard, $1.04; No. 1 northern. $l.3yl.04; to
arrive, $l.tioj'l 04; No. 2 northern, Wc4jl
fj.v; jno. s. victual. w.
FLAX Closed at $2.67H.
CORN No. S yellow, 41Sc.
OATS No. 3 white. aS4 30VC.
RYE No. 2. 71H72Hc.
R RAN In 100 lb. sacks. $18.00618.60.
FIA.)UR First patents, $4iaJi66.1u; second
patents, $4.70u4 o; first clears, $3.4(3.60
second clears, $2.102.40.
Krt id pfd
Great Northern pfd
Greet Northern Ore alts....
Int. Met. pfd
International Harvester ...
Int. Marino pfd
Kansas Cltr 80
. O. 80. pfd
Minn. A St. Louis...
M., 84. P. A 8. B. M
M., K. A T
K. er T. PIS
N. R. R. ot M. Id pra...
New York Contra! ,
N. Y., O. A W
Norfolk A Western
P., :., I', at t. x.
Pressed SUei Car
Pullman Pslsc Osr
Railway Steol Bpfjlf....
Republic Steel pt4
Rock lalajid lo
Rock Island t. pfd
81. L. A 8. F. d pfd....
St. Louis 8. W
8t. L. 8. W. P'd
gloss-Gheffleld 8. A I....
80. Hallway pfd
Texaa A Pacific
., rt. U A W
.. 8t. U A W. Pf
I mlon Paiifie pfd
t'nlted ritate Realty....
tlnlted States Huboar....
United Stales Bloel
U. 8. Bteel prd
Vs.-Cam.llns Chemical ..
Wesltnf houee blectrla ..
Wheeling A L. B :....
Total sales for tha day,
Visible Snpplr of Grain.
NEW YORK, Oct, 24. The visible supply
of grain In the I'm ted States Saturday.
October 22, as compiled by tne New York
i'loaue exenange waa as toiiows: Wheat.
S7.p6J.ooo bu. ; increase, 406,000 bu. Corn, 2.-
yj.ia du. ; aecrease, mn.vu bu. oats, lo
KVi.lMI bu.; decrease, K.,otO bu. Kye, 421,000
bu.; increaiae. lo.Oul) bu. Itarley. 2.MM.000 bu
decrease. los,vu) bu. The visible supply of
aniiii in t. anaaa last paturuay was 10.11O.
OOU bu., an Increase of 870.000 bu.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 24-WHEAT Spot.
dull; No. 2 red, western winter, no stock.
Futures .easy; October, 7s d, December,
s l'd; March, In l'a.
CORN spot, steady; American mixed. 4s
iia. Futures, dull; January nominal
February. 4s Sd.
PEAS Canada, steady at 7s.
FLOUR V inter patents, steady at 80s.
Minneapolis Grain Mnrkct.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 24 WHEAT De
comber, $1.02"; May, $1.0hS!tfl.t: No,
hard, $1.4V. No. 1 northern. l.u.iyl(H; to
arrive, SMu-ijiltH; No. 2 northern, KiStCtf
1 (E, NO. S, ViC(IS.uv.
MUwsskH tirsvln Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 24. FLOUR Dull.
WHEAT No. 1 northern, Sl.uVal.tb; No.
S northern. $1 OiB 1 0J V, Duceinber, Vi"c.
PEORIA, 111., tvt, 34-CORN-43teady
No. 2. or better. 4-c ; no. 4, isc.
t)A I S UnchanKed; No. S whits. SlVc
standard, 31. No. 1 wiat. 9tv.
Osaakn Hay Market.
OMAHA. Oct. 24 HAY No. 1 upland
$lloo. No. 2 upland. j 00; packing, n 01);
alfalfa, $12.00. Straw: Wheat. $o.00; rye,
$1 uO; oata, $h0O.
Elarln Batter Market.
F.IiOIN, Oct. C BUTTE It-Firm; 2Sc
eutvul 6SI, ivo pound
! " ioo
. 4. 4(a)
Bal. A Ohio
Chea. A Ohio
Chlcaxo O. W....
C, M. A 8. P...
Denver A R. O..
co 1st prd
do 3d pfd.
Grand Trunk ....
Illinois Central .
London fttoek Market.
LONDON. Oct. 24. American securities
opened about unchanged from Saturday's
New York closing and during the first
hour advanced on fair buying. At noon
the market was steady with prices ranging
from unchanged to 'a above parity.
Closing quotations on stocks were:
C'oneola. money .... 7S Loulavllle A N 1M4
do account 71 11-1 M., K. A T 3S
Amal. ("upper 7ZS N. T. Centrsl IK
.. S Norfolk A W....
..107s do pfd
..104S Ontario A W....
..303S Rand Mines ....
.. 14 Keadlnf
.. 2."So. Railway ....
..131 do pfd
.. 1714 Southern Paclflo
.. rs Union Pacific ...
.. 7KS do pfd
.. S V. 8. Steal
.. 61S do pfd
.. 40 Wabash
.. H d pfd
..137 Spanish 4s
SILVER Bar, dull at 25 15-Wd per ounce.
MONEY 314 per cent.
The rate ot uicoum ,n the open market
for short bills Is 4s per cent; for three
months' bills. 4Vo4a per cent.
Quotations furnished by Bums, Brlnker
ft Co., 448 New Omaha National bank
City 'National hank bide. ta. 1
Colorado Tel. Co, 7 per cent
Columbus, Nob., M. L. (a, 1B14
Denver U. A B. 4 per cent note, ltll
Bast 8t. Loula A Sub., 1832
Fairmont Creamery 1st f. 4 per oetit..
German Fire Insursnc Co
Hardy, Neb,, municipal 6a
Iowa Portland Cement 1st 4a
K anaaa o. A H. 7 per ot, pfd, Wichita
K anaaa City H. A L. 6a, 1813
Lonf Hell Lumber ta, Kit
Lawranr Co., 8. D., 6s ltlt
Nebraska (Nance Co.) war. 4 per oent
Morrle A Co. 4 We, KUv
Omaha Water ta, lti.
Oinaha Water td pfd
Omaha A C. B. gt. Ry. pfd, 8 per oant
Omaha A C. B. Ft. Ry. 6a, 128
Omaha St. Ry. A Brldfs pfd
Oinaha Uaj, 6a, lalt
8t. Louis, City ot, -ii 1
Blmmuns Hardwsr 1st ptt
Union Block Tarda stuck. Omabs
8 - 100
87 S 874
8 OSI 1'1 71
, 6 i. vi 7 40 6 6a
8 4:l 7 4M 6 6t
I 1 46 6 c'
I 8 "i1!
I 8 61
j 8 37
1 6 4J
7 371 I
7 i'j 6 21
7 411 6 22
7 Hi 6 2K
7 62, 0 4.1
7 02 6 42
4 00 1
4 oo 1
4 2'.l 6 tail 6 17
I 6 10) 6 11
4 331 6 12
27 S HI
4 Id, 6 10, 6 02
ti 18, 6 10 4 K
4 20 6 131 6 02
, 8 1 6 141 4 l
I 6 20, 5 14
ti lb, I 6 l
6 i;t 6 14
i 6 41 d 47 12 6 10) 6 22
ltcctipis and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock lams. South Omaha, for
twenty-tour hours ending at S p. m. y'
tei day :
cattle.llogs. Sheep. His.
C, M. & St. P 17
V abash K. K.
U. P. K. U 64
C. A; N. V. (east).. 6
c. - n. w. twui-t)..iri
C, St. P., M. A- (J.. 12
C, ti. dc Q. teaBU.... 3
C, R. & Q. tvest)..2l
C, It. 1. t P. (east).. ..
C, It. 1. oc 1". (WCMU. ..
Cliicab'o lit. Western 1
Total receipts ...260
Omaha Packing Co.
cwut mm company
c uuatiy PauKing co.
armour de co
cuuany, Hum St. 1
ivturpuy, snipper .. ,
vv. 41. Vauaajit Co
Demon, Vaiieaut ot Lush
mil oc boh
f . ti. Lewis
Jiubton & co
j. ti. Root dc Co
J. trl. liUlla
L. '. hub
iicC'reary di Carey ....
o. w ertiieiirier
11. F. iiainmon
roialey oc taner
Mo. 6t Kan. calf
tviine At Christy
1 .. 3
u 33 . 18
3u liu 37
b!3 4.3 l.oul
1.411 Wit 1.1M
(k1 2 2.ui
l.ooo 620 l,iol
Boston Copper Market.
The following quotations are furnished by
Logan & Bryan, members Boston Stock ex
change. 316 South Sixteenth street:
Arls. Commercial .
Calumet A Arlaona.
Calumet A Heels
44 S Mohawk
W North butts .,
A 21 S Old Dominion
71 S Qulncy
Daly-Weat 4S Kl Cotisolldatad
Kaet Butts 8 Htianon
First National IS Superior Copper .
lei Korsl ,
Ls Ball a ...
27 Superior A
164 V. 8. 8. A R
88 do pfd
84 Utah consolidated
11 Yukon Gold
S Boston A Sly
.. 61 S
.. 34 S
Bank of Germany statement.
BERLIN, Oct. 24. The weekly statement
of the Imperial Bank of Oermany shows
the following changes:
Boston Closing! Stocks.
BOSTON, Oct. 24. Closing Quotations on
41 Nevada Con 23 s
ITS Ntplaanf Mines .... US
ITS North BuU 8S
3S North Lake 3S
14S OI4 Ponimlo.1 4lS
It Oaceoia 110
t Psrrott . A C 14
666 gulncy 7S
Atnal. Oopper .
B. A C C. A 8. M.
Cal. A Artion
t'al. A Mac)
(pper Hanie C. C. .
Ksal Butte C 81
Ureetie CSnsne ....
lale Hoyale Ooppar. ..
21 Shannon 12S
8S Superior A B.
US Superior A P.
7S Tamarack .........
84 V. 8. C. A O
TS V- 8. 6. R. A St.
11 do pfd
ts t'tak Con.
Cash In hand
Notes In circulation..
(Jo id In hand
... 27,038,000 marks
... 64,730,000 marks
... 22.Oiaj.O00 mai'xs
... SS.ooti.OOO marki
... 4, ;s:K0 m ai ks
Now York Mining? Stock
NEW YORK, Oct. 24. Closing; quotations
on mining stocks were:
Allc 8W 'Little Chief
Com. Tunnl stock.. 81
0U DoltU i
Cos. Osl. A
Horn silver ...
OMAHA. Oct. 24. Bank clearings for to
day were $3,218,272. V4 and tor the corre
sponding date last year $3,161,997.12.
NEW YORK. Oct 24. COFFEE Market
opened steady at a decline of 6 points on
one month In response to lower early Euro
pean cables, but generally one point lower
to one point hl.jher on reports of steadier
firm offers foom Brazil. There waa not
much coffee for saie here. Havre ral.led
later In the day and the local market firmed
up during the forenoon on covering and
bull support with the close steady at net
advance of lOtaU points. Sales, 46.600 bags.
October and November, $8.60; December,
Sb.60; January, $8.60; February, $8 64; March,
$8.6!; April, $8.70; May, $8.72; June, $173;
July, $3.76: August, $8.77; September, $8.3.
Havre closed S' francs net higher.
Hamburg was unchanged to S pfg. lower.
Rio unchanged, 4 60: oantoa, 60 reis lower,
4s, $b.0o; 7s, 80. do. Brazilian exchange on
London 1-82.1 higher. Receipts at the two
Brazilian ports, 673.000 bags against 96.000
last year. Jundlaly receipts, 42,600 bags
against 6),900 last year. It is rumored that
the stock of coffee In Santos Is practica' y
controlled by one or two large firms who
will not offer It at concession. Stiot cof
fee, steady; Rio No. 7, 10 o; Strntos No. 4.
USc Mild, quiet; Cordova, llS'Jl31o.
New Jork Cork Market.
The following quotations are furnished
by Ixgan A Bryan. membrs New York
Stock exchange, 216 South Sixteenth street.
Bay State tie
Chief Consul I ia led..
Iiav a I'aly
Elf Cufieolldatod ...
(loldriald piureno. ..
Nav. Oonaolldatad. ,
32 s Hay Central
3 8. Ill fk Oo
1 keara-Roabuck Co.
80s ftupeiior A PjtUburf 13
US TonopsA MlnHif .... IS
US Trinity Cupper 4S
3 North Lake 8
IS Bohemia 4S
4 OJibwar SS
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. The condition
of the treasury at the beginning ot busi
ness today was as follows:
Trust t'unili"-lold coin. 16S.669: silver
dollars. $4j;.S8.0ta); sliver dollars of lt.
$3 6.4 uuO: silver cc. tlf lcate outstanding,
Oeneral Fund -Standard silver dollars In
general fund. $l.i4,l,a. Current liabilities.
$to7,4t).j64, workiUat balance la treasury
Lai iiiL xltei e waa a tci y uuuiti iuu
nil Uioiuiiiet, uut lue receipts tiuuaiaiiiu
.aigoiy ot ai.nua steuia auu t;uv siuat., tne
uipiy 01 lecuera ueiu; tumvsiauvci
ainaii. 'Jiiio inaiaut, a a Wuuie, vvaa t.i
very bitus.actuiy coiiuiuou a vieweu 11 0111
uers 01 beet cattle Were out In tne
t8iua tauiy in ui uiui 111114; and 11 was very
ttlaieut alum u.eit' scuuna mat H-cy weio
mi in lleeu 01 supplies. Ins lesun was
tnat tue tuOi'e uesnau.e of low fcai ly onei -
ua cnaiigeu nanus quite reuuuy at kioou,
steady 10 ti priciss. 'A nts inaraet, a a
wnoie, was in a soou, heaituy cunuiuon.
4 lie auuuiy vicuaa auu lutucis wa large,
aim, a ac.eiB paid piutty btut puce lua.
riiuay, mty were a lime mcuiieu 10 so
aiovv tins inonuuti witn tne apparent dis
position to lieu 11 poaaioie. some oi
lueiu were caning atlviiuuii 10 tne laui
mat the cow stuit bougui iat r'nuay coat
Hib most 01 any day 111 a long lime wueu
11UU8 oil lue nooaa. SHU tneie was tt goou,
buying deuianu and tne general leeni..
wa iuliy aieauy.
btocKei and feeders, enpeclally right
tiesiraoie kinus, were not any too plentiful,
and at tne same time tne demand was
good. As a result of tins, tne market
opened early In the morning witn the more
desirable kinds a little stronger even than
last week, on the other hand piain kinds
were generally steady.
uuotatioii on nutive came: uooa to
choice beef steers, $6.767J7.&0; fair to good
beef steer. 6.7u:a6.76; common to fair beef
steers, $0.00446.76; good to choice cows and
heifers, 4. -11410.0; lair to good cows and
heifers, $3,4014.26; common to fair cows and
heifers, I2.6oiu3.4o; good to choice Hookers
and feeders, $4.4041606; fair to good stockers
and feeders, $4.004,4.40; common to fair
stockers and feeders, $3.261,4. 16; stock heif
ers, $3.00t4.26; veal calves, $3.60(7.00; bulls,
stags, etc., $3.00ttt&.00.
Quotations on range cattle: cnoic to
prime beeves $6 7r,)w.26; good to choice
beeves, $6.2t6.76; fair to good beeves, $4.60
(y6.20; common to fair beeves, $3.70(5-440;
good to choice neuers, tvwuo. w, guou to
choice cows, It-OU'at.oo; IBir to gooa graue.
13.&0(a4.00; canners and cutters, $2.i6iaJ.6o;
good to choice feeders, $4.bv46.60; fair to
good feeders, l4.26-yi.76.
At. Tr. No. At. Pr.
IU I 80 8 K4 4 St
1M3 00 18 821 4 46
Itm 4 00 a 88 1081 4 80
881 4 00
flO 8 76 IS 808 4 It
, 436 3 78
437 $ 86 1 1664 $ 78
284 4 76 1 200 4 44
bTOCKLRS ANt Fk.liDil.KS.
47 8 76 11 437 4 14
740 4 00
3 60 123 feeders.. 9S4 4 60
S heifers... 618 S 60
10 cows St)I IW
24 heifers... 789 S Si
5 cows 994 2 60
27 feeders. .1130 4 16
S feeders.. 944
4 cows 1042
13 cows 1046
24 feeders.. 1066
14 feeders.. 778
8 feeders.. 971
HtXiS 't he more
were filled at tne
sheep, as the latter class of stock rlosed
In very good shape last Friday.
Demand for fat slu-ep and lambs was
keen from all (matters ami while early
sales were necessarily few and scattered.
Hie trend of values wa decidedly higher.
As viewed din ihk opening rounds, the
market waa a l'Vi-IV blither aff.ilr. high
diesaera moving readily at good Miff ad
vances. A broader retail demand for mut
ton during the la.at month and the f a t
that supply on the hoof has been none too
large, are mainly, responsible for the well
sustained condition of trade at this and
other leading sheen markets.
Quotations on art ass stock: Hood to
choice lambs. $v..;0'f';.tal; fair to good lambs,
$-i.2.'i4.6tl; feeding lambs. $(.26u ...sal; handy
weight yearlings, $4 .nVu.'i.27: heavy year
lings. $4.4'(i4 V.; feeder yearling, $4.if
.0u; good to choice wethers, $4 tiv r 4.40; fa.r
to good wethers, $1.7;.ii4.0O; feeding weth
ers. $3.4t'i4.K: breeding ees. Illllijl;
fat ewes. t;.2:VhS.7..: feeding ewes, $2.2.lt
3.16; dinners, $1.60j2.00.
C'1 M Iron: Clcvrlard
I, en. i.,n. Loyally unlet.
ST. IIVIS. Alo . ( l.
stronger, $4 30. Spelter,
w .mam. I'
24 -MKT A I
iiMoit a iitii.RAi't. ruit t:.
the retail trade :n l-lh
In SO-lb. tubs, 3(K: No.
No. 1 delivered
cartons. 81c; No
2. In l-lb. cartons.
CHICAGO I.IK. STOCK MARKKT
Demand for Cattle and Sheep Stendy
CHICAOO, Oct. 22-CATTLK-Uecelpts.
28.01KI head; market steady for best: others
weak; beeves, $4.t.u i.M); Texas steers. 8:1 40
fu5 t6; western ste'rs, $1 1 "'iii si; stockers
and feeders, $4.2i6 .no: cows and heifoia,
$2 2r,itl.:i0; cnlves. $, 2i.'o 10 Ott.
1 it KiS Receipts, 2ti,(.i0 heud; market more
active: lop higher than Saturday's closing;
light. $H.7&rt'.42; mixed, $s.2.,',i! 30; heavy.
$x.0tji.10; rough, $8 .00tiS.?r.; good to choice
heavy, $S2:V(iH10; jilgs. $S.2.'.(.i9.00; bulk of
SMEKF AND LAMBS Receipts, 4T..0O0
head; market steady; native, $2.7'vi l.TiO;
western, $:t.(HVji4 40; yearlings, $4.f0".i "' tK:
limit's, native, $4.7617.20; western, $.0Oi'
ft. l.onis Live Stork Market.
ST. LOI IS, Oct. 24.-CATTLK Hrcelpts,
!.'.i00 head, including 1.400 Texans. Alai kct
for natives, rteady to loo lower; for Tex
ans, steady to loo higher; native anlppniK
and export steers, jH.tiO'nt;.."0; dressed lieef
and butcher steers, $i...'i(Ki 7.76; Meets under
l."ti lbs.. V OCiJi.OU; stockers nnd leaders,
$,1. lofliVto; cows and heifers, $3 ..n 7.00; can
nets, $2.i(5jJ2i; bulls, $;l.2."4t."i.00; calvi s. 2.'.
fuH.00; 1'exas and Indian Htecrs, l.it)'i7.ov;
cows nnd heifers, $3. 7n'u4.7f.
HOGS Receipts. A.ltK) hesd. Market 10c
higher; pixa and lights, IMnKjd'.SO; packers,
s.,o-(io.00; butchers and best heavy, $D.t8u
SHKKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4.300
head. Market steady; native inuttons. :I75
)4.3n; lumhs, So ,XK(i 7 2o : culls and bucks,
Si.io'dJ.OO; stockers, $2.20i.3.7p.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 24-CATTL10-ne-cclpts,
24.000 head, IticlinlltiK 1.700 Houtn
erti.s. Market steady to loc. higher; lop,
7.M; dressed beef nnd export steers, $6. i,'
"1 7. no; fair to good. $r.(8Kj6.riO; western
steers, 84.tiOM6.2o; stockers and feeders,
4:1.5041 5. iO; southern steers, $4.0tutl.70; soiitn.
em cows, $2. lOfit.M; native cows, $2.o0'ii
4itl; native helf.is. $3.7o.vi.;0; bulls, .t.2oi
4.2.i; calves, $4.00ri8.00.
HOUS iteceipts, 3,200 head. Market 10c
higher; bulk of sales, 8.'irja9.0u; heavv,
$8.7'8.!i5; packers and butcliers, $S.80Cutl.06;
light, $:i OUS18.IO.
SHKKH AND LAMBS Receipts, 16.000
head. .Market strong to 10c higher; lambs,
$."..7;Vd8.SO; yearlings, $4.505.00; wethers,
84 2.Vit4.:u; ewes, 83.66Vii4.25; stockers and
leeders, $2.7664 j0.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo... Oct. 24. CATTLF.
Receipts, 3,800 head; market, steady; mtr.(,
$4.60ftM.00; cows and heifers, $2.Wu5.0);
HOGS Receipts. 3,500 head; market, rJ
10c higher; top, $9.10; bulk of sales, $8.D0ttf
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4.600
head, mostly feeders; market, steady;
Stock In Slsrbt.
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 12.3H0 l.! 2ti.3'0
St. Joseph 8.S00 8.&00 4.500
Kansas City 24.0IH) 3.2M l",rhj
St. Louis 9,i0 5,100 4,;:00
Chicago .-. 28.000 26,000 45,000
Totals 78,000 39,700 96,100
NEW TORK, Oct. 24. METALS Stan
dard copper, quiet; hpot and futures $12.60if
12.90; London steady; spot 57 6s; futures,
58 6s. Locallly, lake was $12.874rl3.00;
electrolytic $12.75ift'12.87H; casting $12.37Vu'
12.624. . Tin weak; spot and futures. $35.5(Kt
3ti.60. London easy; srot flW 10s. Future,
flria 15a. Iad steady,, $4.404.60, New York;
$4 27'u4.30, Kast St. Louis. London spot.
2ic: No. 3. in t lb. tubs. 27WC; pacsi'ur
stock, solid pack. 21'c; dairy. In t lb. tult
I3ii24o. Market changes every Tuesday.;
CHKESK Twins. 17'.-iflSc; young Amef-
leas. 19c; daisies. ISc; triplets, 1-c; 1110.
burger. ISc: No. 1 brick. 18'tjc: Imported
Pn iss, 32c; domestic Swiss, 24c; block Swiss,
rO TJLT R Y Dressed broilers, under S lbs..
$6 00 a dos; over 2 lbs , 14c; hens. 16c; cocks,
li'Wc; du.-ks. iSc; geese, 16c; turkeys, 2c;
pigeons, per tlos., $1.20; homer suiiabs, per
do., $1 00; fBncy sii'iubs, per dos., $3 .60; No.
1. per dot.. $-1 OH. Alive: Urollci s. ',6c; O'.er
2 lbs., loe; hens, lCjc; old roosters, 7c; old
ducks, full feathered, He; geese, full feath
ered. 10c; turkeys. 20c; guinea fowls, 2"o
each, pigeons, per dos.. 60c; homers. r
dos., SJ.ui; squabs. 1S0. 1. per dos., $1 io;
No. 2. Per dot.. Mo
FISH tall frozen!- ttckerel, 12o; whitefish,
lsc; pike, Kc; trout, )4c; large crapplee, 2(c;
Spanish mackerel, 18c; eei. 1c; tmddock,
13c; flounders. 13c; green catfish, lic; roe
sliad, $1.00 each; shad roe, per pair, Gjc;
frog legs, per dog., 4oc; salmon, 14c; hali
BELF CUTS-Ribs: No. 1, 14M,c; No. i,
12tse; No. 3, 8c. Loins: No. 1. lfic; No. 2.
13Sc; No. 8. 9o Chuck: No. 1, 60; No. 2.
⪼ No. 3, 6i,c; Round: No. 1, 7Hc; No. 2.
6-!c; No. 3, B'.-c. Flats; No. 1. bc; No. 2,
SS-: No. 3 3c
FRllTS oranges: California Vsleruias.
oil vlr.es, per box, , $6. 00116.26. Lemons:
Llmoniera, extra fancy, 3(o size, per box,
$r.00; size, per box, $7.26; choice,
size, per box, $0.60; JlO size, per box, " ';,V
240 size, Doc per box less. Bulimias: Fane A
select, per bunch. $2.3id2 60; JunllHi, perl
bunch, $2.75i'o.i6. Feais: New York Keller.)
per bbl.. $4.60, California Winter Nellis, per'
box, $2.86. Apples; I lome-grow n cookniKL
per bbl., $?..50m 4.00; Missouri Jotiatlian andV
Grimes' Golden, per bbl., $4 1.1; Missouri
lien l'avht. per bbl., $3.60; Missouri lue
upj, per lii'l.. $4.(8); Missouri Oano, per
bbl., ;.75; other varieties, per bbl., $4 00.
Coloiudo Jonutiiun. per box. 81. 16; Cali
fornia Gravenstetii, per box, ?2.I0; Cali
fornia Relief lower, per box, $1.00; Washing
ton Grimes' Gulden and Juiiatnaii. exua
fat.cv, K8 to 126 rizeai, per box, $2.&. Grarea:
California Tokay, per crate. $1.35: Con
cord, Micliluan and New York, per lu.
basket, ;0c; .Malaga. 00 to 65 lbs. iug, per
keg a6.'AHi 5. W. Cranberries; Fer 'iox. $2.66;
per bbl., 4H.75. Datec: Anchor brand, new,
U) 1-11 pkgs- In box, per box, $2 00. Figs:
New Cailloiiiia, 13 12-or.. pkus., Km-; 3'i 12-8.
bkgs , .!.;':. Quinces. 1'er box, $1.86.
VFX3ETABLES-Fotatoes: Early Ohio,
In sacks, per bu.. 90v; Iowa white siock.
per bu., Kiio. bw.et I'otatoes: Virginia,
per bbl., $2.35 onions: Iowa, small red
and yellolw. per lb., 2c; Spanish, per crate,
61.25. Gaiilu: Extra fancy, white, per lb.,
15c; red, por lb, lHo. Egg l'iant: Fancy
Florida, per dos., $1.00, Celeryj Michigan,
per dos. bunches, 36c. Rutabagas: For Id.,
ISc. Cucumbers: Hot housu, JH and 2
Uoz,. per boa. 8VJS-
HOME-GROWN VEGETABLES Cab.
bage: New, per lb., 2c. Tomatoes: l'er
bskt., 60(U'ti0o. String and Wax Henns: Per
mkU bsk., 7 60. Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf,
per dos., 46c. Parsley: Fancy home
grown, per dos., bunches. 3oc. Turnips:
Per mkt. bsk.. 35c. Carrots: Per mki.
bsk. 40c. Beete: Per mkt. bsk., Sic.
MISCELLANEOUS Walnuts: Black, per
lb., 2c; California No. 1, per lb.. 1:; Cali
fornia No. 2, per lb., 14c. riickorynuts:
Large, per lb., 4c: small, per lb.. 6u.
Cocoanuts: l'er sack. $5.oo; per dos.. 6-.c.
Honey: New, 24 frames, $3.06.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 24 WOOI
1741 '20c ;
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24 DRY GOODS The)
cotton goods market opened steady; prices
held firm. Raw silk, higher; dre.'s goodx,
Snsrar nnd Molasses.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24-SUGAR-Raw.
quiet; muscavado, 89 test, 3.35c; contlif ugul,
Isi test, 8.85c; molasses sugar, 89 test,' 8.10c.
Herbert E. Gooch Co.,
Brokers and Dealers
okaiit rxoYisioits stocks.
Omaha Office. 118 Board of Trade Ulda
-Jbeli Phone, Doug 4-i . I no a.'Ui.
OLDEBT 38D LAKQEST
StOTJati; US' S'ata STATE.
urgent orders for hogs
opening of the market
tills morning at price btjl0o hlgner man
tnose of Saturday. Light receipt and tn
Immediate need of material for killing
gangs were credited with active demand,
but after this demand was satisfied, trade
sortened. closing with most of tne advance
lost. Heavy hogs made up the big end
of the supply and tne improvement noted
is largely ueteriuined by stuea of this cias
Lard weights moved around $8.4&8p6, a
compared with an $6,364,8 46 spread on
heavies at last week's close. Nothing
good in the way of bacon hogs arrived, and
tne high price on medium weight mixed
trade, $8.b0, Is a low top. Choice light
would probably sell around $4.78.86.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. COTTON Spot
quiet. Id points decline; middling uplands,
14.30c; middling gulf, 14.66a; sale, 2,400
Cotton futures closed easy. Closing bids:
October 14.06c; November, 13.84c; December,
13Slc: January, 132c; February, 1896c;
March, 14U3c; April. 1106c; May, 14.01c;
June, 14.06c; July. 14.03c
ST. LOL'IS. Oct. 24. COTTON Lower;
middling, Uc ; sales, none: receipts, 941
bales; shipments, 818 bales; stock, 2,01
Furnished by Logan A Bryan, members
New York Cotton exchange, 316 South Six
teenth street, Omaha, Neb.
Optiona l Open. I Hlgh. Low. I Close. Yes'y.
Oct, .... 14 20 14 26 14 06 14 OS 14 32
Dec ... 14 10 14 10 13 91 13 91 14 24
Jan. ... 14 07 14 09 13 91 13 92 14 28
Meh. ... 14 17 14 19 14 03 14 04 14 33
May ... 14 26 14 '- 14 07 14 08 14 45
July ... 14 21 14 24 14 03 14 03 14 46
Ouiahs Prod ace Market.
OMAHA PRODUCE EXCHANGE. Oct
24. Butter: Creamery. 27i2-; packing stoek,
21ip2ic Figs: Fresh. 24U25c. Poultry:
Broiler, lie; springs, ⪼ hens, lmnllc;
ducks, 12c; geese, loc; turkes. 2oe.
offerings on the buarl; One car packing
stock, wa ctvra gg
No. Av. 8h. Pr. No. Av. all. Pr.
44 Ul 1W I JS at 841 Ml I Kl
ja 3u7 40 8 40 14 m ... 3 60
10 30 100 4 40 60 to 840 8 to
U, 4 80 8 40 tl tat 40 I 66
M Su6 120 3 40 81 13 40 I 66
(,1 lie to 8 42S 61 t:& 40 8 U
47 24 2M) 8 4e 64 27 ... 3 66
12 81s) ... 8 46 U 871 10 I at
M 810 ... 8 46 84 18 180 6 64
6 M ... 8 46 45 IriJ ... 8 40
1 lit ... 3 46 (. 87i ... 8 to
47 148 44 I 46 67 8u N GO
M U IS 87 z.t 80 8 to
U) 2v to 8 4.S 7a sal 40 8 0
M 7 80 8 41S 71 Ml lto I 46
ts V7 lau 8 to 86 t.4 ... 3 4UV
43 lit 1AI lal I Ill ... 4 80
64 lav utl 6
J 410 M 6 W 1 460 80 4 44
1MEATS BROIL ROASTED Over One Small
Top Burner of a Gas Stove in the
TRICK" ROASTER COMBINATION without
SHEEP Plenty of sheep arid lambs ar
rived this morning, but shipments were
largely of feeler uualdy and tne suppv
ot fat stock was very meager. In the
neighborhood of 100 double were expected,
eariy offerings consisting of about sixty
Inuuiry from country buyers was brisk
and ample from the start, and as soon a
tha stulf could be shaped up In soiling
form, movement started In active fashion.
Heiter competition resulted In an unevenly
higher trade, much of business showing
margins strong to 15c higher, a compared
with sale at last week's close. Even the
pooler strings sold to very good advantags,
84 ;C!'5 15 buying the sum kind of lambs
that had to sell around $4 55t;4 ii6 last week.
In fact, inibrovement lu fe.eaer lambs was
more pronounced Uiau tlroiigih la t coder j
Basting, Odor or Smoke.
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