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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1903.
I. MJE. I'rr-dder.t.
. I'HANCIS. Vict PrcsL
?il M'LEIGII. si Vice Prest.
OF ST. LOUIS.
Condensed Statement of Condition at Clone ol Business Sept 9, 1903.
' stm Sight Exchange ?3,S3S,440.3l
I-.:t:: Payable on Demand ?2,4S4,294.17
at Fixed Dates
!"nittd States Bonds
Oilier Stocks, Conds, etc
Surplus and Undivided Profits
( I'nitcd States Bond Account
I-t-nosits. Individual C,0G0,7G9.53
.United States 291,000.00
Trust Co's.. 519,113.S1 ?C,S70,SS3.34
" Banks and Bankers 5,3S7,719.41
Membors of Now York Consolidated Exchange.
BOND AND STOCK COMPANY.
Connected by private wires with New York
and C Icago Exchnngos.
ODD LOTS FOR INVESTORS A S PECIALTY.
203-9-IO Commonwealth Trust Bldg., St. Louis.
N. W. Harris & Co.
subj-ct to check and
allow interest on bal
ances. BOND LIST ON APPLICATION.
ZQA DHARBORN ST.,
TO THE HOLDERS OF IKC0BE B0K0S OF THE
Mean Centra! Ry, Go. Limited
frits cf a large amount cf income bonds
1 stjj expre.sI a desire to co-operate through
i.s o-mmlttee. It has been decided to proceed
w.tmi negotiations, and the committee therefore
t4tr asLs for the deposit of the Income
Vljcnds of all holders dissatisfied -with the pro-
ftnanclal readjustment of the Mexican
Btral Railway Company. Limited, as affect-
ling the income Donds.
Yu are therefore requested to make deposit
cf the Income bonds for the account of this
i-mmllt with ths 3IAXHATTAX TRC.NT
CO. of SCW YORK, or the ADAM
I Jtl'ST CO. of nOSTOM, who -will Issue ne
gotiable receipts therefor.
Whan a sufficient number of bends are de
posited this committee will enter Into negotl
elicns -nlth the railway companr. and. If a
satisfactory effer can be obtained, will submit
It to the depositors.
Any depositor not satisfied with such offer
win I entitled to withdraw his bonds 1VITII
OIT i:Pi:NSi: at an? time within 29 days
As It Is desirable to strengthen the hands of
t"-e ermralttee to the fullest possible extent that
ri ecutlatloss may be firmly entered Into, all
(Xwn s are nrced to deposit at once, and with
ero obligation as to expense or the acceptance
of r.hatever effer may be obtained.
I- ROLLINS' MORSE, "l
Chairman. I ...
r IV. I- niLL, f Committee.
.- 11. IUEMA DUVAL, J
"N C Wall street,
New York. Oct. I. 1301.
.COPPER STOCKS ABSORB
" WALL STREEPS ATTENTION.
ONE-TU1RD OF DAY'S BUSI
NESS IN AMALGAMATED.
J'rosnect of Greatlv Diminished
?eerves iu New York Banks
a Depressing Influence.
New York. Oct. 33. Amalgamated Cop
ier absorbed an overwhelmine proportion
of 1o-day"s business in the stock market.
Kor a cood deal of the time the dealings
in this stock were larger than In sll others
combined, and it comprised about one-
third of the accrejsate sales of the day.
TIi day's total showed a considerable
Jk siirinkace from the recent average, and
nore but a nesatire siBniflcancs" could be
ilrawn from the day's market On this
ltas:s of interpretation, the market must
;e sui'l to have offered a pood resistance
to the day's disturbing factor, as has been
tl.e cage all week. From the point of view
of the profe5sional traders there was an
Inclination to draw the Inference that the
. lwkset received by the Amalgamated
Copper Company would Induce a very con
'sscrvative market attitude on the part of
e the Standard Oil party. Aa the profes
Monal clement lays Rrcat stress urion the
'tiunposed attitude of the so-called leading
""interests, this inference caused some sen-
r STANDARD OIL HIGHER.
But the professional Impression was
f-omnwhat confused in this retard by the
"action of Standard Oil itself on the curb.
.This stock sold first at 6 points over the
!reviou close at (S3, and later at 45. the
rlaslne being at K0 bid. There was a very
ijk'xcited market for Amalgamated Copper
WlI first. At the onenlmr 13.500 shares were
- thrown upon the market for simultaneous
, taies. wnicn were made at 35i ookti to
f Within the first few minutes of the
Ins from 30 000 to 40,0u0 shares chanced
is. The manifest Inside support for
stock then became effective and ral
it a point. Its fluctuations were con
stant and feverish durinjr the whole of
the day. carrylnc it back to the opening
, low point, then completely recoverini; ana
closing at a net decline of Is. The de
rision to shut down the company's works
in Montana pending the decision on appeal
of the litigation presents a situation whose
seriousness to the corporation can hardly
The principals to the contest exchanged
bitter recriminations through publications
Caring the day. But the impression gained
forco nevertheless that the accumulation
f the ctock was of a substantial char
acter, and the supply of the selling showed
some falling off in consequence. The
rorecast of tho week's currency move
ment had a rather depressing effect on the
lite market, as it indicated a decrease In
4"ie32rves of between three and four mii
1 on dollars. It is evident, however, that
(hts is mostly accounted for by the special
utovement to Baltimore to relieve the sit
rutlon there. Allowing for this and for
toe heavy demand from New Orleans. It Is
rv evident that the westward movement
1 1 currency Is still ln.ignlficanL New
lor exchange at Chicago however. Is
i,c-lining. London's renewed uneasiness
r the fax Eastern situation has some
:. ; rising effect. The closing was prac-
GEO. E. HOFFMAN. Cashier.
R. T. STURGEON. AssL Cashier.
D. It PHIL-LII'S. M AssL Cashier.
tlcally stagnant and showed generally
small nc: losses.
There is a continued absorption of bonds
at rising prices. New York Central Gen
eral 2Uc advanced to-day within a shade
of par. When this lond broke par early
la July It was retarded as n sinister de
velopment. The price nubsequently fell to
9i The greater part of its recovery has
been mado within the last few days, alow;
with the awakened general interest to the
bond market. Total sales of bond, rnr
value, were C United States Is de
clined li per cent on the last call.
Xerr York Carb Stocks.
ncported by O. 1L Walker t. Co.. Nc. MI
North Fourth street.
American Tin Can com. Z
Do. pfd. 34
Anmiesa uc ana mciion cim. a
American Writing Paper com.
IUt state Gas
liorden's Condensed 2111k com..
British Columbia Conner
Con. ll;rrterator & Ug. Co
Klectrlc Bat com
Electric Vehicle com.
Do. pfd. ,
Greene Consolidated Cooper
Haana Commercial Co. com .....
Interborouzh Ilanld Transit
International Mercantile Marine com.
Montreal A noston Copper
Marconi Wireless TeL
New Amsterdam Gas 1st is. J. & J.
New York Elec. Vehicle Trans......
Otis Elevator com.
Itoyal Baking l"owder pfd
Seaboard Air Line com
Standard OH of N. J
St. Louis Transit Co. com.
United St. Rys. of St. Louis std...
United Cooper .,
17. S. of Mexico Is
While Knob Copper
Chlcago Stock Market.
Reported by O. IL Waller & Co. Na S
North Tourth street.
Biscuit com. -i a -v
o-pfd. ::;; Sw-1
Box com. 2Z 3i
rS?- 17 IS
can com. 3 Q zx'
Da pfd. rttiwrsu
Dlamcnd Match ! i5
..'ff York. Oct. 3.-Ooremmnt bonds:
J, . ed states refunding 2 registered 107
it . . eales rexunaingzs. coupon
,."'.'"! ""es as, r-eistercd
J nlted Stst.s Is. coupon
Lnlted States new n. registered...
I nlted StSt.fl nvr 4. Mtmnn
United States old 4s. registered
Lnlted States old Is, coupon
United States Es. registered
United States 3. coupon
Wall Street Gos.Ip.
Reported by the New York Commercial Ad
vertiser through Francis. Bro. & Co.. Na 31
Ncrth rourth street.
Foreign The early cables snowed a lower
range of prices In London, due. It wan paid, to
the more threatening situation In the far East.
In the case of American stocks the declining
tendency became more pronounced, as the re
sult of selling by New York. The arbitrage
houses traded mostly on the selling s de. though
the Lcodoa market followed outs very doecy.
All told, the arbitrageurs aold about S.QC0 shares
en balance out of a total ot 10.0m shares.
A C. P. The feature of the early trading
was A C P. There were large opening sale
at wide fluctuations, due to the presence of
numerous orders to sell at the market and rap.
porting orders on a large scale; also at the
ofHrnoig prices. The news Inst the company
Intended to rhut down Its copper and trou
mines, smelters, etc.. had a decidedly unfavor
able effect on sentiment. The s.lllng came from
so many souTes that the traders called It gen
eral liquidation. The supporting orders came
from Standard OH and Lewisohn scurces.
Metropolitan Th strength bf Metropolitan
Street Hallway and Metropolitan Secur1tl was
due chiefly to operations by ths Waldorf-Astoria
clique. The stocks were not abundant.
and there was aatd to be a Tery considerable
short interest. In addition to which there was
oro; talk of purchases of thcee stocks being
in the nature of a cheap election bet. If Tam
many should win it was argued that the
Metropolitan franchises would become very val
uable. E. T H.-On of the features was the
seven-point advance In E. & T. IL. caused al
most entirely by Insiders. There was no stock
for sale, at the price of the last rale, and the
rise followed. It was all doe to the cempanys
American Smelting It was said to-day that
insiders, cr a coterie of them, bad taken ad
vantage cf the last slump to Increase their
luiuiuKB j loainiuiy. jt.poTTs as to earn
lncs continued very favorable nrwi i v. ...
sorted In well-informed circles that there was
nusoiuirjj- no cTOm inai a oiviaend on the
stock would be declared this year.
The 3IrtnI Markets.
New Tork. Oct H There was an advance of
Z Cd In th Londro tin market, where spot
ciosd at 1117 17s 6d and futures ct 11 lm. and.
Influenced partly by this, the local market was
also firmer, with ten tons sold for Nov. deliv
ery at 2.X1C: ten tons at zac ror the same
month, and IS tons spot at 26.02c. 'Spot tin
closed firm at ;&zse?S0c. Spot copper ad
vanced fl 7s td. to tX St for spot, and (36 for
futures tn the London market, and was rather
nrmer here; lake Is quoted at I3.iseij.13c:
electrolytic 13c. and cosung at 12.C0C. Iead
was unchanged locally at 4.&3c. and in London
at 11 Is tL Spelter advanced Is td In London,
closing there at K3 lis. but no chance was re
ported la ths local market, which is still
quoted at lUSc Iron closed at 9e 3d In Glas
gow, and at Cs Td tn MIddlosboro: locally Iron
was dull and nominal: No. 1 foundry. Northern,
Is quoted at 1S.K31: Na 3 foundry. Northern.
at Sl&eiUO: Na 1 foundry. Soutb-rn. and No.
1 fjusdry. Southern son. at S14.7S31&1.
At London, gnu, a t-ltd per or.
Waahhirton. Oct. a. Available eaia bal
ance. t3tSaa.Q70; gold. 1131.30.701.
Yesterday's Bank Clearicgs.
r-w5i,rT9VS??:,',0,a statement showed:
Clearings. I7J5i.H0: balancea, ssst.431.
Ken York Money Market.
for demand, and at .t3SeuzM for aiatZ.-
bonds easier: railroad bond! arm. Gorereant
New Tork. Oct. is. Tne week at lta close
shows no increase tn boslneaTta orr gSSs!
but sellers are nrmer In their Ideas and report
more inquiry, with a deternunaUon on thrpan
generally unsuccessful, jobbers are doing a
very small store business, and the outlook for
increased trade with second hands Is not bngh
An Estate can be better managed, preserved and settled under
a carefully prepared will than under ordinary administration.
The Mercantile Trust Company
makes a specialty of looking after trust estates and adminis
trations. Conference invited.
JACOn KLEIN. Counsel.
VIRGIL M. HARRIS. Trust Officer
TRANSIT ALONE IS ACTIVE
N LOCAL SECUR TY L ST.
OTHER STOCKS ARE NEG
LECTED AND DULL.
Lack of Outside Interest and
Light Buying Demand Re
Yesterday session ot the local Stock
Exchange was extremely dulL Transit was
the only lraue traded in and mention of
the banking: irsuss was confined to offers.
Tranrit opened easy at 115.50 and rapidly
sold down to JU.STVt. which was ths bid
price at the cloee. United Railways pre
ferred was wanted at (1.59 and held at tC
The 4-per-cenl bonds had JTS.75 bid and
WTere ottered at JTS.CTii.
Offers of banking Issues were about
steaay. Miscellaneous stocks were inact
ive. Central coal and Cuke wiu blj up
to sa.V5, with fellers asking iC
At. LauI Transit
unite! ltauways pia
Umteu ltaiwa) 4.
Ouunonwatin iru.t .........
-National iianic at imm.rr.
Mecban.cs National ...........
I tinuJwj (.note e
t-c'-v uu u.m .............
aio.-fcxiun i-vc. Ljght s.....
l. Louis Ilrewery . isx...
Nauitfl uuMy to. 1st ptd...
MDiswai llaruwaxo Co. corn..
Ctenlral Coal and Coke.........
J& bt. luls Transit at
w . ljuuts Transt at
14 St. Uujis lY.iwIt at.
o bt. Iuis Transit at
STOCKS A.U IIO.MIS l. n05TO.
Boston. Masa. Oct. 3. Cioalcc guoutlens on
meney. lends, stocks and mining shuts:
Call loans 4 per cent; time loans 31 per rent
. e-iMer. Cent, is
.. ti'.I.V Y .
1L & It.lHS
Do. pfd. M iFltchtHirg nfd. ...U7
& AlbanyH Ifnlon l'acloc
iioston i.- Maine ..u Jeg. Central
lloston t.ltated -las
111VI Da rfd.
....... ..Il.-t :lnliej i-rult
i TeL ..!.
I". S Steel
Dominion I. & R. k1
Gen. Electric 117
Mass. Electric 19
Daly Wtsi. ..
.... -t I"arrot
.... j: Qulncy
vjsania te tapper..
(.alumet & Heda.
Centennial !i United ttates
Copper Bange .... i- t'tah
Dominion Coal .... 73 'Victoria
Mobawk 37 Wolverine
Isle Iterate 'i lUnlted Copper
Mining Storks la Xew York.
New York. Oct. 3. Closing quotations to-day
on ralntrc stocks were as follows:
Adams Con. 10
Brunswick Con. 3
Ocmstock Tunnel.... C
Con. CaL ol m 114
Horn silver Vn
Iron Silver ITS
LeadvlIIe Con. J
Little Chief 7
Sierra. Nevada ...... 43
Small Hopes 11
Bond Sales at Nerr York.
New York. Oct. 3.-Sa!es of bonds were tssJs
here to-day as follows:
1.C0OA, T. t a F. adjust. 4 tl
7.OJ0 A.. T. & H. 1 adjust. 41
stamped 11 Bill;
.r-' rf.V: vm ii"r iiea ns.. s.tixj 3
!.) BalUmore and cl i l
33.t Bait. & Ohio S-W. dlr. 3'
sss. ruitf a
Bt.VH 14. c o.. ! l e.
L5.0M Chicago and Alton SHs...
7S.no) Chicago and Alton Is
. V -
w,r Vr- w- coil. J.QT. r.-ut
Nor. Joint 4s KHC SIS
13J.DM CR. I. Pac gen. 4s m
13.0O) Consolidated Tobacco 4a U ff tlsi
a.M Iouls. & Nash, unified 4s ... IJStt S
3.0) Mexican Central ut Inccm... 14
7.000 M.. K. 4 T lit 4S rr,B37H
3S.t Ml-sourt Paclnc consoL a 13C
14.o Mlssnurl Padno Trust ta J4
1.01 Northern I-aciac gen. sa. 7H
lS.W) Northern Paclnc piior lien 4s,10mWJ
S3.W0 Oregon Short Una 4 1SU SIH
14.09J Oregon short IMn 1st ts la tjtas
S.MR. L. t I. M. gen. Ss HIS
133.000 St. U si S. F. rsf. 4S HiO 3S
7.0OSt. L. S.-W. 3d Inc. U B't
4Cwi Soutntra Railway is Ill 611:4
51.00 Union Paclnc 1st 4s lwl-cs
HOW I'n. Pac 1st convertible Is.... KSt US
4.0u0 Wabash 1st ts Ill Cllil.
looMibiih id is itcs
35.0)0 Wabash debenture, series B... Ms
(.030 Wisconsin Central gen. f 3S
Total sales. U.US.0W.
Prime sterling. catln.vtCigt.MS:
.vat.zn-i: en cays 4.KS71GU.
Comme-elal stertlng. checks 4.UU34.UU: 6)
days. 4.SI; days 4J8S.
Grain bills 4.E3St?4.tZS.
Cotton bills 4.UStl-tiS.
Bankers' Paris cables (.lri; checks 1.174 : C3
dara 0fifi.nr&qu3 1-1&.
Commercial French francs, checks I.1U4: fO
days uusrUvseit.a i-ie.
Commercial Swiss francs, checks &.1IVB
5.1! 1-ituS.HH: to dan tau
Ccmmerclal Belgian francs.
t.11 1-15: CO days ITK.
Bankrrs' rrlehsmarks. cables IS
cheeks M 3-1U11SV: CO dsva S4 e-lc
Ccmmerclal relehsraarks. cnecks IS l-lCffMS:
CO days 54 7-11: M days M J-lt. w1.
Bankers' Dutch gullderm, checks 44 t-H; CO
davs 4J 1-1C
Commercial Dutch guilders, checks 40 1-11 C)
davs 39 li-IC.
Reported by Whitaker & Co, axehinge brok.
era. TO North Fourth streetT ica"I ok
New York -Wedli
Chicago .....M... cdls
Clnclrnatl 19c dl,
IxjuUvIU- lee els
New Orleans lucdls
Boston. Oct. 3-The Conunerclil Bullatln
will soy to-morrow:
"roe maraei is quieter man in same rre
vlcua weeks, but there Is no apparent weak
ness on the part of the holders. . fair busi
ness has been closed In cce. one medium and
medium territory, clothing and staple at full
prices, the basis of JOe scoured for fine me
dium clothing being maintained. Fleeces are
sold ahead on every grade.
"English buyers have picked up about L
100 bales of Australian crossbred,, such wool
being ekes per hrro than abroad. The lot com-
firised wool bought In London and carried here
n bond for some time.
The Buencs Ayres market has opened strong
and Id higher tor crossbreda. with an active
demand from European buyers. The shipments
of wool from Boston to date from Dec 2L.
1102. are Ul.t33.0U lbs., against ai.7SM77 ibat
at the same date last year. The receipts to
date are 3G0.Cf.CSO lbs., against 3Ttrj3,) lbs.
for the same period last year."
New Tork. Oct, 3. The market for evap
orated apoles Is Crm for both spot and futures,
though drmsnd Is moderate. Common are
quoted at 4ffSHe: prime fitftc: choice cue
Cc aad fancy at .c There la a small busi
ness reported in prunes, most of which seems
for export account, but prices are steadily hell
and range from 3V to 7a for all grades. Apri
cots are falrlv active. Choice are quoted at !
Crr-ic: extra choice at ISlOSc. and fancy at lit
1H4C Peaches also shew a slightly Improved
demand and ruled firm. Choice are quoted at
TUtrTVe: extra choice JKtfJiic and fancy at
'Z TS- Oct. a-Susar-Ttaw eclst: fair
renntng SSc: centrifugal. M test. se: mo
lasses sugar ISc Refined dull: crushed s.z
powdered 4.SSc: granulated 4.7Sc Molasses
steady: New Orleans BB43C "
New Orleans, Oct. a. Sugar quiet: opn
kettle cntrtfugat JHfllue: centrifugal white
4Uc: yellow, new crop. Aeto; seconds ifilVc
new cane sirup 2Zc molssee dull; centrlfagai
..NeT.Tork- el- 3Cbffee Spot Rio firm
No. 1 Invoice IlS-lCc Futures opened steady
Your Will V
FESTUS J. WADE. Pro-Mont
GEORGE W. WILSON. Treasurer
I at a decline of 5 points. uncer t-eavv llqulda
i lion and lower European market, i,ut .jiortlv
. Mt VK - a . 111 i -.. - - 1 . '
"' -eraan.. which. tl. m..mte 2unSd
the ofTrrlnxs TV primary rrtts continue!
Wlor. last ytar's and the wlirarr niarktt
uer both firm antt Usser. aud ai.iunj mid
da local prlcrji haii not oalj i-.vere.l all thlr
Intlll kisses, tint wrre rrt S l'!nts hleher In
the earlr afternoon tie rra t was .liehtlr
lrs aetlte. as th denwrMl sUrsrci loniewlut
and toarti the close fresh sals antsrentlr for
ranjr account, cased the ntarlc-t off The cIas
was steady, net unchanged to points lower.
a!cs were 12S.TC0 bags. Ineludlna Oct &.i;tt
S.e: Nor. t.IM.irc: Dec ijietoc jan .44
i.iv: Feb. SJ6c; March 6 sf, 7c. iiar 5.TS
Zxc: July S.4e6.Sc: Sept. t.S5c '
Ac it York Stock Quotations.
EL Louis. Oct S3. The following shows the
opening, highest, lowest and dosing quotations
en ths New York Mock Kzchange to-day; cor
rected dally for The Republic by D. it. rran
c. In-o. at Co.. bonds and stocks. Hi North
htocas. Rsles.Oren.llIe'h Ijvme fln. T.
Amat. Copper... .13.I"! 1S fc M .' KV,
.. r c fdt. & H
J7. H'l r. t7.
Ms N'i III, :
43 4i. !- I-'.
I'D. DIO. AU i
Am. Cotton Oil.
It. It. T.
Cent, of X. J...
C . A
Chi.. Great TV..
3.S4 111. Ill', tttt. 111L- 1111-
3t.u tr. :, SVj C. 6s
1 s a yx m, sii
. 74 7I, 7. 7J4 74-.
4.V. 33H 31 33 at, a
ieo lir, lis'. its n. iiy,
3T IMS lieA. liiS U. la
ut as 5. s r. .
3.1 37 I7. 37 37. 37
(4 II si
.v Illi lu l. l,': 4.
c. r & t. I II t.1 lfctl. YTA
W. 1.'. 19
c. n. w l.asj wo. h;
m . iJ !
Coe.. V. tc I.
1.7VI 3 Js; 3 ' Jei
Corn Prod, nfd..
Del. & Hud. ...
I).. L & W. ...
D. & IL G. rfd.
Hick. Valley ..
K. r. S. pfd . ..
L if N.
4V IS 4s
.... Ii"t lu
i7w) , W 1 V leoS
! 7t n 77H 77i 77i,
i j tct; m k. i;s Iv1,
I.4- ., , M YtU
Met. Sernrttl'S .
Met St. Ry. ...
M . K. T. pfd
JIO. l-HC. ....
... lisso '. SOS Sf. asH se'i
X. V. Air Brake
N. Y. Central ..
N Y.. O. 4. W.
Nort. k West. .
Pro. (las ot Chi.
uv. 1JU ....
. e llTH lit 117H Its H71,
z.9v zt. :, set, ae;
!. M4 57 if.. J4S
l a rt
3C.W lli II 1UV. 1114
1.W9 M 4 J, H,
its steel Car.
m j& .... .... ji
. lio ivi; lit,
Ren. Steel & I
7m 7. 7
St L aS. F.
SL L St S. W.
Tenn.. a A I. .
T.. St. I & W..
Union Pac ....
V. S. leather ..
V. S. Realty....
V. S. Steel ....
Vs. Iro. Ch..
l.?rt a, Sa' t
WS (4 W
1U tVi 4IS
a sv a
WheeL 4 L r..
31H 31 V,
Total sales. 33I.S9.
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT.
St. Louis Clearings ?.")0,420,301f
an Increase or 2 Per Cent.
New York. Oct. S. Tho following table,
compiled by ItradstreeL shows the bank
clearings nt tha principal cities for the
week ended October 22. vrtth the nercent-
age of increaso and decrcaso. as compared
with the corresponding week last year:
jun.nu.i:t .... n.
. lK.aa.Ui ll.t
. lS.Ii4.lll .... 3.4
. r.7M.ia . .. u.j
. 3.7C.71 S.1 ....
, 33.H.T M.3 ....
I.CM1 .3 ....
ll.7u.4i: .. . 3.0
S.K4.7M M.l ....
1.U7.4H U.3 ....
.717.ao 3s. ....
kj7.JW .... 1.1
C.171.303 H.O ....
San Francisco .,
Omaha ...... ...........
Prmidenc ..... ......
St. Joseph ............
Salt Lake City
4 If 443
Ts coma ...... ... .......
Wheeling. W. Va
Fargo. N. D
Sioux Falls. B. D
c-a.leston. S. C
Totals, Canada J . Ci2a.C37 2.t ....
Rataneee nald tn cash.
tNot Included In totals because eontaarteg
ether Items than clearings.
INot Included li toula becaos ct no com
parison for last year.
Local Money Market.
Transactions at the hanks were In fair tol
cme. Discount rates were arm it I to I per
cent tcr call and time loans.
Oil City. Pa.. Oct. 23. Credit balancea T1.7J.
Certificates no bid. Shipments nai: average
Tim. Runs 53.411: averaae 7XC7J. Shipments
Urn 53.711: average litTS. Runs Lima C7.-S12-
New York. Oct. 3. retrelenm Arm: refined
New York tHOf Philadelphia and Baltimore
.: do. tn bulk It to.
Torpentlne ana Rosin.
Savannah. Ra, Oct, 22. Turpentine firm: He.
Rosin nnn. Quote: A. B. C 13.13: D. n.a. R.
lis; f. mo: o. n.x!: n. 12.00. 1. a.70: ic
me; m. JSJ0: N. .: w 0.. nso; w. wt
Totals, tr. s ti Nt i.nc ....
Outside New Tork a.3tl. 3.0
Montreal .. rs32t 4)1 .T
trinrlpex ccsn.781 a.i
Ottawa !f?;? -
Vancouver. B. a hSiSi a-'
Oueb-e rHI-2i i-7
namllton I-K-nj s-
St. John. N. B LJf?.S3 14J
Victoria. B. C. J? 343 1.
tLondoa tg.SU .$
FIRM UNDERTONE PREVAILS
IN CHICAGO GRAIN PITS.
WARLIKE NEWS STRENGTH
ENS WHEAT PRICES.
Little Trade in Corn, but Market
Is Helped by Reports of
Frosts and Crop Damage.
, Chicago. Oct. 2. A firm undertone pre
vailed In tlie grain pit to-day, wheat prices
being upheM by the uncertainty of affairs
In the far Btst, while com was Influenced
bv continued reports of damage by frost.
kiwI closing prices were up &,c on
wheat. ',c on corn and c on oats. Pro
visions closed steady, tho Jan. product?
being unchanged to So higher.
Rutnorii of a probability of war between
Russia and Japan circulated ijuite freely
among wheat traders before the opening
ami caused a bullish sentiment. Th-" feel
ing was accentuated by the comparatively
firm tone of cabloa In the faco of a de
cline here yesterday, and Dec opened Ht
;c higher, at Tavtt'JTic. With a good de
mand from elevator Interests and commission-houses,
the former taking Dec.
and the latter May, and on the strength
of outside markets, prices showed a fair
advance early, Dec. selling up tn JOUc
With the; exception of the war talk, the
news In general was hearten, and this
caused pome selling by local traders, which
resulted In a somewhat easier tone, but a
recovery soon followed on coiering by
nhurts. and fair buying by a prominent
buu. New York reported a good inquiry
for No. 2 red winter for export ami this
helped prices here. Trading was quite the
latter part of the session, and prices fluc
tuated narrowly. Do. closed iiic high
er, at Sfc. Clearances) of wheat and flour
were equal to 4S3.10O bu. Primary receipt
wer I.tMLKO bu.. against 1.3X,: bu. a
year ago. Ilradstrcet's export of wheat
and flour for the wrek were 5.TW.0M bu..
against i.CJD.CO) bu. n riur am. Mlnnrnn-
oils and Duiuth reported receipts of G6S
car, which, with local receipts of DO oars.
I of contract grade, made- total receipt
for th three points of 7;? cars1, n gainst
637 cars last week and 73C cars a year ago.
Them was only a little trade In corn,
but prlcoa were. firm, due principally to
tho continued reports from various points
in the corn bIt of disappointing husklngs.
n lo-s of rrora X to W per cent from frost
tclne shown In many cases. Commission
houses were the best buyers, while scalp
er were th principal sellers. After snlltng
between 4tc and 44Hc. Dec. doted ie high
er at 4Uc Local receipts were 430 cars,
with ZQ of contract grade.
Oats borrowed strength from other
grains, and light offerings also helped to
create a firmer sentiment. There was
moderate buying of May early by com
ralfffdon bouses, but cash houses sold that
delivery later In the day. Dec closed -?.c
higher at 36c after ranging between XLc
and KHc Local receipts were ZX cars.
RANGE OF FUTURES.
Dea . 3S.
r.ECITIPTR AND qiUPMtTV-r.:
FVwr. bels 14.W0
Vhat. bu M.50O
Com. bu Its.(.o
Oate. bu icjig
Rye bu 17.49)
Barley, bu 75,K0
Trading In provisions was extremely
quiet and prke-i showed little change.
Orenlng prices were a trifle easier along
with hogs, but a firmer tone at the yards
later was reflected In the hog products.
Jun. pork cloeed 5c higher at ll.fcu. Jan.
lard was unchanged at K.i3. and ribs were
up 2V at K.Zj.
Estimated receipts for to-morrow:
Wheau . cars: corn. 2C cars; oats. ;)
cars; hogs. 12.813 head.
SIAR K ETS DV TKLECR.sJH.
Nw Tork. Oct. 23. Flour Racelota 17.415:
esports K.7W: quiet but ilrra. Rye Cour steady.
ItBckwbeat Dour quiet r2,4S2J. Buckwheat
dulL Corniseal steady live quiet. Barley
steady Wheat Receipts SCslo: spot Brm. No.
I red H,e .l.vatr and tc.e f. o. b. afioat;
.No. 1 Northern Duiuth 32Se f. o. b. afioat: No.
1 hard Manitoba nominal f. o b. aaoat. War
nsmora had a bullish effect on wheat this morn
ing: together with higher cables and easier
consols. Ih-t. leadtnr toe strength and foreign
bews buying. Later llbe-al wetkly wheat and
flour clearances had an Influence, and the do.
was firm at ifto net advance: Mar 12 :J-1H
Ui;e. cswed iic. Julr csised kc: Dec IC 5-1
(ISSC closed Je- tJnrn Receipts 37.7i; ex
ports ICM3. spot stead,. No. 2 nominal ele
vator and ( o K afioat: No. I yellow C4SC
No. 2 white 53c Option market opened firm and
waa higher also en cables, war talk, liberal
clearances and further news of poor husking
returns The cleee showed .e net advance:
May f c. ckned 41e; Dec C4SOtoc.
closed Krc Oats Receipts 43L5tl: dmiti .
see; spot steady. No. 2 43c; standard watte 41c:
No. 3 4c. Nw. I whtte 43c: No. j white 4isc;
trk. white tl41c Hay firm. Hops qulTt;
Stat common to choice olds 1813c; Pacific
1 Vast olds mile Beef easy. Cut meats arm.
Lard steady, refined easy: Continent 17 75; S.
A IC Pork steady. Talfosr it..1r nnfui.
seed oil easy; prime crude rem I nil; da yel-
Mil. nswic J111.7 .irauf, jiotasss sieaov
Peoria. Oct. 3. Corn higher; No. s 4JVC.
No. 4 41c. Oats steady to firm; No. 3 white
USCK'.c. Na 4 whtte SS84c. Whisky II &
Liverpool. Oct. 31 Spot wheat steady; No.
I red Wrtsni winter ts lSd; No. 1 Northern
spring, no stocjc raures sieaay; uct. nominal;
Dec Cs iSd. Corn Spot attady: American
mixed 4s 5t Futures steady; Nor. 4j ISd.
IVc 4 2Sd: Jan 4j Id. Hops at London ti'i
clflc Coast), steady. C Cill Us.
iwiutn. iimn, tei. s. neat: on trk. No.
1 Northern USc; No, 1 Northern TJSe: Dec
77Sc. Oata lie.
Mllwauke. Wis.. Oct. JI. tTheat dull: No. 1
Northern MesSe: No. 1 Northern tlQire.
Dec sOSWic. Rye steady: No. 1 5HtUsc Bar
ley steady. No. 2 Cc; sample C(rC2c Corn
Chicago. Oct. It Flour steaily. Wlieat No.
2 spring 7S3c; Nc 2 red llfrsK-. com No 2
4ISll'.c. Na 2 yellow 4Sit45.s. OatsNo.
3 3Cc: Nc 3 white XGHr- Rye-Na 2 Va.
Barley Fair to choice malting 4.4jCc. Seeds
Prime timothy 53.W; clover, contract grade
1W7S. Proststons Sire pork tner bbl.) ll.ie
11.13S: lard tper loo Ibs.i ICt2S(rC47U; short
rib side (loose) 5787.50. short clear sides (bid.)
I7.12SS7.25. Whisky (basis of hlghwlnes) 11.25.
Kansas City, Oct. IX Wheat Dec. O'rC:
May CsSfltsc, ch Na 2 hard 73c: No. t OS
TlSc; Na 4 eiC7c-, rejected 68 Cc; No. 2 red
HeHi'tc: Na 3 Me. CornDec bese: JUr
3CSc; cash Na 2 mixed 31c: Na 2 while 3swc:
Na 3 Sy. Oats Na 2 whit 3Ct33c: Na 2
mixed llifitv. Rye Na 2 50i2c liar Choice
timothy t).5t0: choice prairie 51 Receipts
Wheat l4.fX); corn a..; oats 3.000. ship
mentsWheat 15S,: corn 17.C0O; oau ..
Toledo. O- Oct. 3. Clover seed: Oct. 5C32H:
Dec ICSC: Jan. ICS7H; Feb. litO: March
Jtlt'i. Prime timothy JL40. Prime aUIke
Minneapolis. Minn.. Oct. a Wheat Dec 7;
J71;c: Mar TS87!c: en trk Na 1 hard
K3Sc: Na I Northern eilie: Na 2 Northern
sesc: o. : nonbera t.Sits.sc lour nr.1
patents II ! CO: second intents II 4M14JS:
first dears 5U543.U: sond clears 2.7trt.a
f. o. b. In wood. Minneapolis. Bran In bulk
New Tork. Oct. 23. Live poultry-JTfcere were
no freight receipts to-day. but tbre are three
cars on trk. that will not be unloaded before
Monday. Jobbers are carrrlcr between s and
10 cars, mostly thin fowls unsold, but heavy
fowls and chickens cleared fairly well, and
more desirable chickens would sell If here.
Demand for the week ts about over and the
market closed quiet but steady. Turkeys, ducks
and geese unchanged. Pigeons slow. Quota
Dressed poultry Receipts to-day 1.41 ckgs.
Much cf the stock due yesterday got ta late
tn the day and Terr little this morning, with
offerings from the S-'mth and also from Iowa,
that were due yesterday, still out.
The volume of business ute yesterday was
aulte satisfactory and market cleaned up rea
sonably close on desirable scalded ch'ckens and
heavy drr-plckcd. but medium dry-picked also
e'eaned up very slowly at Tery Irregular prices,
while heavy Indian fowls were In no surplus
and exceeded quotations. On the average run
of dry-ptcked and scalded chickens It was dif
ficult tn realize over lie and more sold for less.
Some cf the frsh receipts were off In condition
and uned at IClc Invoices quite liberal and
tbere Is little proseect of any Improvement In
nrices in me inwuiiw luiarc. AuvKeys sxesdy.
loe-pcaro ruww. ......n. ui?-iicjieu c
Uc Other quotations enchaxged.
w York Curb Market.
New Tork. Oct. 22. The main feature cf the
curb market to-dar was the sharp upward
moTiment in nuadard OIL which on light
transactions, advanced about 13 points to 143.
Other dealings Included 300 Can preferred be
tween 3W and 3H: LEW Consolidated Lake su
perior at 13-1C and 4: L000 Manhattan Tran
sit at IS and IU: 100 Northern Securities be
tween SS'. and Wii 1.500 Greene Copper, from
II", to i;S. 5ftJ Tennessee Copper at H and
39; 400 United Copper at 151t and 1SH-
Teslerday'si session of the Merchants' Exchange was on? of the dullest of the year.
Thcro was practically no outside Interest ami trading wa3 confined to local profes
sionals and speculator!. The most Important factor In a rather half-hearted advance
was tho strength of foreign markets on reports that the prospect of war between Rus
sia and Japan had been Increased by overnight developments. Though weather con
ditions wero fairly good. local receipts were moderate, but there was little Improve
ment In the cash Inquiry. Cables came Usher, but lost soma of the early advance A
short Interest in Dec was one of th bullish factors. Though Northwestern receipts
wero fairly large, thero was a good milling demand In Minneapolis, and Chicago trad
ers were buying on every slight recession. Activity was mainly In the first hour. Suc
ceeding dullness and liquidation caused the loss of a portion ot the early gains toward
Corn was even duller than wheat. Moderate receipts, sympathy with wheat and
covering by shorts caused a moderate advance.
Dec wheat opened unchanged and closed ?4c up.
Dec corn opened Uc up and closed ic up.
May oats closed unchanged.
Receipts of produce were moderate ami prices of fruits and vegetables were firm.
Local securities were extremely dull. St. Louis Transit was the only active Issue,
with sales on the downturn.
Yesterday's bank clearings were S7.3&1.149, balances JX3.W1. Discount rates wera
steady between 5 and 6 per cent.
Spot cotton was unchanged In the local market.
WHEAT VALUES HIGHER
IN A DULL MARKET.
NEWS IS THE
Corn Has Some Strength on
Light Receipts and Bullish
In a ficlddly dull market wheat and
com made slight gains yesterday. Local
receipts were moderate and there was
enough war talk to strengthen foreign
priced Tho Dec. short Interest helped tho
upnnrd movemenL Though weather condi
tioni. were unsettled in the Northwest, re
ceipts at Minneapolis' and Duiuth wero on
the increase. Tho advance was purely
The Modern Miller said: "There are re
ports from scattered sections of the coun
try of lack of moisture, but the general
Information Indicates that seeding and
crop conditions of the new winter wheat
are entirely satisfactory. In tho South
west, particularly In Kansas, farmers are
pressing sales of wheat, considerable of
which Is plied on tho ground at country
stations, as warehouse room is all filled.
Lack of cars restricts the movement to
market, yet some roads are moving grain
Argentine shipments of wheat to Europo
tha past wiek, reported 4t 344.0a bu.,
against I7i,vi bu. a week ago. and nil in
Dec wheat opened unchanged and eold
Mc. r,c tsMrSSc tssc icvic mhc iexc
MSc sV,c Sc aSe. "C JSC
Though thera was scarcely any trading
tba coin market was sustained by war
nows and tha strength ot wheat. Receipts
were light, and nusking returns were
Argentina shipments of corn to Europe
the past week, reported at I.7SJ.CCU ba,
against L312,(w bu. a week ago and 1,215.
mu bu. In 1C
Dec corn opened Uc up and sold at:
40SC 4l,c 4J,C 4Sc. 10SC. 40SC
Receipts of wheat at St, Louis. 72.713
bu.. of which 2.J1& ks. and CI cars local
and 12 cant through, against 151.M2 bu.. ot
which S.J&1 sks. and 111 cars local and 11
cars through, m hwi,
iticr-ipts of wheat at primary points 3,
0S6.IS.V bu.. against la.b.0 bu.. tn IMS. and
shipments, uu.vti bu.. ngalnst 297,tw bu.
Northwest received to3 cars, against 7tn
cans In 1W2. Chicago received 25.475 bu.
and Kansas City ItrUu bu. Clearances 151.
UMbu. Receipts of com at St, Louis. 27.900 bu
of which 21 cars local and 10 cirs through,
against U,55 bu.. of which 370 bks. ana 3
cars local and 5 cars through. In 1W2.
Receipts of corn at primary points 454.000
bu.. against S23.W0 bu. in 1902. and ship
ments 44S.O00 bu., against W7.U00 bu. Chi
cago received 3Vi,O0u bu. and Kansas City
23.bi) bu. Clearances 479.0UO bu.
Receipts of oata at St. Louis ii.000 bu.. of
which 2S cars local and 8 cars through
against 73,30) bu, of which 4t cars local
and 10 cars through, in ia.
Receipts' of oats at primary points 635.000
bu.. against 672.1-.0 bu. in 1302. and ship
ments JM.KO bu against 31?.C'.0 bu. Clear
ances 21.U0 bu.
Cash Grain, Flonr, Etc.
W1IT2AT Received. 2.311 s. and 3 ru-s
local and iZ cars through. Br saxnp.e. delivered
Na 2 red at SCStn.So to elevator and 7t
17Sc destination. No. I ret at M-tMSc local;
Na 4 at toe: Na 2 hard at TSVlOc and quotable
as low as Tsc. No. 3 hard at 7Jc for rye mixed:
and 7Jr77Sc: No 4 hard at CMfTOc; Nc
mixed at 74c No 2 white spring at TTtrTTHc
CORN ReeelreiL 3 cars local and 10 cars
through. Irr sample, delivered Nc 2 at 43o
local and destination and 41Sc tor choice high
local, Na 2 at 43Sc local; Na 2 white at 43bc
local. Na 3 white at 42Sc destination; No. 2
yellow nominally 44c and No. 3 da 41c
OATS Received. X cars local and a cars
through. By sample, d'livered No. 2 at II"fO
W side and f . o. b at lee; No. 3 at 5(3 W.
side and K. side; No. 4 at Sense W. side;
No. 2 white nominally 24i4-)c. Na 3 white at
X'jiim.- K. and JJStra'.o W. side; Nc 4 white
at 14Sc IX and 354Kc W. side. 37c f. a b.
RYE 54a for Na 3 and 52H4K3H3 'or Na X.
PLAXaKED-SSc bid for spot; 5Ta bid to ar
rive. FLOCK Soft winter flour: Patents tn wood
1?4.&; straights 53.SM23.t-5: exua fancy 5X70
KM; clears 51.IOatX4: low sTades In Jutes
53.50 for first, to 51.90 for extra fancy: straights
52.astr3. Hard winter Hour In lutes Patents
53.401sS.C0; clears 52,7561. Foregoing prices for
lots from first hands trk.. or at depot this side.
RYE FLOUR-In a Jotting way at 3 In Jute
ska. and 53.20 In wood for new; mtxed and In
COltNMEAL-Quotable f. o. b. at 52.70 for
cltr msal; a for pearl meal, grits and hominy.
HAY Received 110 tons local and 70 toes
through: shipped 34 tons. Market E. side:
Timothy Chotc. S!2!2.5. Na 1 SW.S09U.50;
Na 3 3501.50: Na 3 IS47. Clover No. 1
110 and No. 2 t:t3. rlover-mlxed $3810 for
choice. 5C5S for No 1. IS 507.50 for Na 2.
1'ralrle. W. skl-Chrlee PMD: Nc 1 SHt
1.50 No. 3 57 5ttl 50; No. X US: alfalfa 512.
STRAW On trk.. C.ISC Rye 57C
LEAD AND SPELTER-Lead J4J1 bid. Spel
ter li.45H.U asked.
WHISKY On basla ot !LB tor hlghwlnes.
Stocks of Grnln In Store.
. . List
1 cneroay. i nursaay. year.
No 2 red wheat .
Na 2 hard wheat
Na 2 mlved corn
Na 2 white corn .
Na 2 mtxed oats
No. 2 rye
. - 5CCIC 5CKS C.U1
... it 7CMI 3D.7IC
... 11.U1 ICCsl 12,4C
.. 3H.SS3 344.551
.. 14.31 17.CW7
.. Clti C774
.. 2cia icta
.. CM1 t,r)
Loula Future Trices.
Closed Ranged Cloeed
Thursday. Yesterday. Yesterday.
....Ma 14i,eiH K-A.
It's a diSeisaU I2SSIU
JSa 4sisS 4sSb
44 4Sf e, 4S b
JiSb ........ ICSb
Com Dec .
Oata May ..
Curb Grain Jlarket.
St. Louis Dec wheat Se: pou IWe asked:
calls 17c Mar wheat
Ric; puts tCHc:
calls nc Md.
.... r I.,, 1.. ouif Vc4. .
JHI.SDKli fW. WK.fc c.-...-.-. nu, put-.
Tl'.c; calU ssSc Mar wheat TVStTTJc bW; puts
75.c bid; calls Tlstrtssc asked.
'eona Dec covn ,,, iuc; puis :: cans
4lc bid. May corn 43c. puts 4!sc asked; calU
nutter Cood demand. Creamrr. extra at
34fJ22c: firsts USbSOHc: seconds lso; dairy,
extra at lMJUc: IlrsU HSUc: ladle-packed,
extra lie. firsts 12c; country stock tn palls ittj
USc for choice and pour at 1811c; grease
Eggs Receipts ISC pigs, local and 719 pkgs.
through shipped 1.0S5.: demand fair at 21c loss
off: current receipts Uc cases returned. Hehl
and Interior less.
Cneese Northern on onlers: Twins 1114c; eln-
! 11V:; daisies Uic; Young America, 12V,c:
ong herns USc: llmburger. new HHHc. In
ferior 3mc. Swiss ISc tcr choice; Na 2 at
lOCUc; brick lKjllc.
Pork New standard jatts la a Jobbing way
closed nominally at 511 .M.
Lard Choice steam on R side closed nom
inally CJOc; kettle-rendered 7Sc
Oreen Hams. Inc. Car tots held t. o. b. B.
sile thus: Hams 19-ar. at USc: lis at loHc:
lis at Hie: lis at 5c: Us at lac: s at IVc
rdlnned bams K-av. at $'c: 15SI3s at 9c:
aglis at l')ic. California at 5.c: New York
shoulders nfjri2-ar.) at 5c
D. S. Meats To arrive, loose and cured
cTrlba cloeed nominally- 45-ar. at 7.70e and So
ar, at .C5c c. a. r. Bad. ta a Jobbing way
ranged: Extra aborts at TXe- ertbs at lc:
short clears at l-c: bellies at SHc to IHc; plates
at CSC: fat backs at CSc: standard backs at
SHc Dealers charge higher en orders
Bacon Bxd. s. c meats In a Jobbing way
ranged: Breakfast bncon at from UHc for
henry to use for choice tight: bams at llie to
lISc; CaUfomlas and New Tork shoulders at
7HC Plain smoked lota In a Jobbing way
ranged: extra shorts at 84c: crtta at le;
short clear at fie; bellies at 9He to lmc;
plates at (lie. fat backs at Pic: standard backs
at IHc Dealers charged higher on orders.
fMeo-Stearlne Nominal at 7c.
Tallow Country run firm at 4'4c for Na 1
and 3i33Hc for No. 2; packers' choice 4!i
Oreas Quote small Irrular lota countryt
Brown Kc yellow 2S3Sc. and white 44c to
4Vrc. latter for choice; quot packers' stock:
nominally brown 3S81HC: yellow Se; white
Frcgy l.gs Quote at J1.M per doc forlargsv
II for medium and C0c for small.
Beef On onlers. bbkt.: Plate 31; roll and Fal
len Market 1W; mess 510.75. Dried, per lb.:
Sets ll',c; Insld 14c; knuckles 14c; cutside IOC
Tongue HHc per lb.
Uve Poultry Old chickens, hens. pr lb.. Se:
spring chickens, averag receipts. 84o; oid
roosters 4Sc. duck white 10c and dark 9e:
frees THc. spring turkeys lie; old turkeys 13c:
Ive plgins and squabs, p.r dx.. 75c
Dresaed Iced Poultry Chickens, hens. 9c:
spring chickens OSc. roosters 5Sc: turkeys 11
S13r. For.golrc figures are for choice only.
UimMVt qunte. Ducks Mallard at 14 a
?er dox. : teil at 12 73 for blue wmr and 12.W
or green wing; mlved and wol 53.a per doa, .
dniTin I5c I... Ieer carcas" at 14c and ven
lcn sa.ldles at lie per lb Woodcock a: J", per
doa. : lark snipe :i-3J. squirrel at 75c per dor .
rsr.blts It a per dox.
Preh Fish Black bass at lie: erapple at Ci
for small and Sc for large; dressd cat IV:
spocnblll cat 7Sc: bullheads dressed 1HC and
gross 4i-c. buSalo grcss 4c; dressed ie. Ger
man carp-Dressed 4c: gross 3c: sunfish 4c;
whtte perch 4c: eels 5c; shoft-shell turtls at 4o
and turtle meat at 7c.
Pry filnt Butcher (It lbs. and up) at 15c: da
light (under IC lbs.) at UHc. fallen at Uc; na
tive and Arkansas at 1!-. latter on selections
at 14Sc for No. 1 and I2!ic for No 2. Dry
saltm at luHellt'ic. Green-salttd round at 7S
Tsr: da on selectlcns at 7l.c for Na 1 and
c for No. 2 Bulls or uncured lc per lb. less;
Eirt cured Sc l.s: culls 3c Horse hlds
reen Na 1 at 52.75; No. 2 at 11.75. ponln.
cohs aad blues at 51: all dry at 75c
MU vmrl and Illinois Tex.. I. T. Ok
Med. comb. & I Med.. 12 mo.-l! t3)
cloth. mxd...a SSS Jled.. Ml mo.17 ijllH
Clothing 2 UIS .Coarse & low. .14 t1.
lyiw i brsH.U I Light fine 14 ylSVs
Hurry C clear.l7SilJ Heavy sandy..l0 813
Bnrrr 17 .... I Ark. and SButhern
Hard burry 13 sl3SMed. ir.eecesl.30
IJght fine 1 Sl7S Med. (loose). ..IS
Heavy fine.. ..14 1S ' Burrv U
Lamb 1 t life Hard burry. 11
Ka.s..Neb..Dok..'tt y. I Tubwashed
Bright med ..1 81 Na 1 30
Dark medlum.15 BIS Na 2 4
IJght fine ... .14 U1CU Burry .70
lieavr Duca .iu cxi
rrults and Vegetables.
The Republic quotations are tcr lots In first
Ttamts unless otherwise specified. Small lota 00.
orders are charged higher:
PEAK3-Per bbl.: Eautern Duchess 53.1583.75.
and Sheldon 54; Michigan Kelfer 51. and Duch
ess SScSIl per bu. basket. Near-by Kelfsr. per
S bu, .V-SV.
Afl'taia const gnear urn uavia an. jor
poor to 32 for cholee: Missouri pippin Jl-wi-ii:
Itomjin beautr and wlllowtwlr H.d0s72.&): litarlc
IL V2.7S: Grimes golden, belleneur. huntsman.
,., .. ... iM.lk.H .r, .I.M.IM ,1
PINEAPPLES Florida smooth Cheyenne at
125472.50 per crate.
MM. in A OIlAPES Per bbL at lCBOOC
QUINCES Near-by tistlc per 5s-bu btikst;
nome-rrown loose SL3 per bu.
OltANGES-Oa trk.; Ism Valencia, fro-ni
store S3.754yl.25. Florida 3 on trk.. from store
3X2533.50. New Mexican 55.50 per box oa
U RAPES Concords, climax basket, 3C-e"3c for
Mlchlxan and Ohio: ZZZSa for Pennsylvania
and New York; pony Niagara 14a and rltmsr
IMONS California en trie, en basla 3.509
1 for choice to fancy: Messina and Vlrdel. Job
bing 35003.75 per box tn Jobbing way.
LlMES Per K. Sl-eOei.
B.VNANAS QuoUble SL2S92.3 a bunch eo
COCOANCTS Per LOCO 23. trk, 30; JsbbtaaT
way 350 per ICO.
CKANBERRLES-ape Cod. choice from store
at VMt S.V and fair M.&07.
CALJFOKNIA DEOIDLOU3 FRUTTS At
auction: Orapes Tokay SL30CL50: Cornlcaon
U.C; muakat J 1.30. black Ferraxa SL15.
POTATOES Northern skd on trk. 40S5OO for
poor. 454255c for fair to good. 53S0o tor choice.
Home-grown. 53c tor common to 40a tor choice
rural or straw.
NEW ONIONS Red 45c: yellow 4530H:
white 75cest. Pickling onions. 51 per to.
CABUAOE Per 100 loose 40U45C Red cab
bage, lc per In. Northern llolUmd seed SUSli
per ton. deL Domestic S3.
CUCUMBERS Michigan S19L50 per b-L
TOMATOES Home-grown sound 75cS51.a bo.
loose. Orders higher.
BEETS Home-grown 25c per bu,
urTTUCE Home-grown UtMSo per ta.
CARROTS Home-grown 40&5CC bu. box.
nniBO-Home-grown 4W45c per peck.
T1RV1PS Home-srown 0ial0e btx. bog.
CELERY Michigan fiat cases eMtiOc and
square CO-iCfic; fancy white plume S040c per
bunch and SIW2.S per crate. Home-grown lots
30c per bunch. Celery roots 25ttS5c per dox.
EGOPINT Home-grown S1WLIS per bu.
PEPPERS Home-grown 25e per bu. box.
STRINO BEANS Home-grown, green. 30840a
and wax vtuWa per bo. loose.
SQUASH Home-grown, summer. EC Hub
bant 40c per bu. box loose,
SWECT POTATOES New Be-T-rads, 20Q55O
vr bu. loose. Nansemond Wc Queen 49c: yel
SPINACH Per bu. loose, lie
HORSERADISH New SUatflTS per bbL
SPANleri ONIONS New S18L2S.
CAUUFLOWER-Cholce 51.532 per dog.
RUTABAOAS In bulk 33c per bu. on trk.
MUSTARD GREENS Per bu.. loose, 10c
FEATHERS Prime white lire geese la small
ska. Me and In large ska. tic; prime gray do.
4tc tn small and 40c In large aa.; old white
442c; x tosssc: XX SSisc: xxx iiokc:
XXXX 5c: tare 10 per cent en small sks. and
3c on large: chtckeaa tc; ducks white 40a;
ROOTS-Per lb.: Ginseng at JI.7S to J3.S:
ttenuny. weedy. tc. less; lady slipper So;
seneca Gz; ptnk Uc; golden seal CSc; black
4Vc: May apple 4c; snake 37c; white snake
worth 3Sc; anrrllca CCCc; wahoo bark of root
tc bark ot tree 2Hc: blood 5c; blueflag 3c;
sassafras bark of root 5c: wfid ginger 7c
SHBEP 1'EL.TS Full wool pelta. TScffSl;
shearling ie2Sc: Iamb at Ug35c; dry. fliUn.
etc. 10Ue ji-r lb.
, DEEK SIC1N9. ETC-Quota per In.: Prtme
deer skins Uc: black tall tic: Southast Texas
ICj: antelope UHe: goat 25c each damaged out.
BEESWAX-Unchanged at 2Sc per lb. for
LINSEED OII-Qnotib'e at ISc per gal. for
raw and 3(c for boiled; lc per gjl. less In car
POP CORN Seianp on cob at S1.2S oer 100
Jbs. for pearl- mixed at 75c: rice at 51.50.
SCRAP IKON AND METAL-Per 100 lbs.:
Wrougnt Iron SJc; heavy cast 5c: malleable
steel and breakable Jc: stove 43c: light brass
8.; heavy brasa JS; copper 59; xlec 3.M; lead
M.7S: pewter III.
HOI'S New York at ECtc for new and S9
27- for old W estcni as?S for nw and 250270
for old: Bavarian new at 03c to 70c
SALT K. side medium at 15c: granulated 0
per bbl ; 5c more per bbL this side.
BROOM CORN Quotable at 550S9S per ton:
BEANS AND rEAS Quote frcm store: White
beans Choice hand-picked aL 52.30 per bu.:
prime da at 3a; screened at S1.9S02 dried
green scotch peas at :!.4itJ.50 per bu.: spilt
pea-s at 17 per 3hu. bbL: B per bu.: blacker
at sl.Tjajtte: California pink at IKe per lb.:
Lima beans at 4Sc per lb. ; lentils at SWtJtc
I.MITY BARRELS Coal oil. turpentine and
gasoline 11.05. vtnegar 70c: black oil 50c: linseed
light and varni'h Mc: sugar ISc: whisky soe
00. half bhlr 80c; wine n: sauerkraut lifiOc:
pickle tsttsoc: salt 5c: Sour Uc; molasses 30c:
lard tcs. 4: SSc on" each broken head; 2Sc each
. MOSS-Wequote. per lb.: Gray mlxcl 19
lnc: gray brown and black mixed nitric:
brown and black mixed ItJISc; machine-picked
V 3a3U- W 3U4r VV SIXM-. VvSi:
6tifc- extra black Cc Inferior less.
RAGS. ETC Per l) lbs.: Country rags at
75c Old rope Na I Manila at S1.50; No. 3 at
50c Rubber at S54K.50.
BONKS Choice bleached at 515 per ton other
lends from St to Sis. '
PEANUTS Farmers stock, per lb.: Red X4
esc: white 2S4W51C
PECANS Norn, offering; prices nominal.
DRIED FRt'IT We quote: Apples Evap
orated rings 4"4B5ic: do. quarters at 4eiic:
bleached chops 14c; peelings lic Other fruit
MAPLE SCCAR AND SIRUP New sugar at
lWo per lb. Maple sirup at COSJCc per gal.
COOPERAGE We quote on orders for prompt
delivery: Lord. tcs,. SI.CIH for weed-pound.
31.30 for c-boop. Iron-bound and S1.3 for s
hooo. da: oak pork bhls. g. fcrwood-bound,
S1.10 for Iron-bound; ash. pork bbls. stO; oleo
tea. 31.40; slack-work bbls. 3-hoop flour Ssc:
C-hoop da Sic: mill-run apple 22c: Na 3 da.
38c: roal ac; c-hoop lime itc: 4-hoop da J4c
COOPERSTUFFS In car lots on trk.: Starea
Cottonwood cour bbL 3.50: da meal bbl
SC75; Na 3 3; Na 1 half -bbL (gum) XC50:
mill ran fruit bbL 55.50: ber keg 112315: lard
tierce 31: pork bbL ttt. Headlnrs. per set
Na 1 flour bbL C487e-.m!ll-ru3 ITH-lnch stock
for apple bbls. c4c; No. 2 da 4!ic; lard tierce
14c Pork bbL live Shared hoops Flour bbL,
3 50 for cooper. 54 for noosler;. balf-bbL a
colled elm (5-foot) S3.5SOJ.M: oak lard Uerce!
coopr shaved S19S12: poik bhl. S3.
HONEY Comb at 10c to 12c; choice Colorado
at ICc; strained and extracted at IfitUc la
tbU. to 5c in cans.
taicago. IIL. Oct 22. Flaxseed ruled easy
and ISc lower; Dec sold at 12e and Oct, was
;c b. and May 9ac b.. No. 1 sold at SOc. and
Na 1 Northwesteni waa SCSc U P.ecelpu
were 4 cars here, b at Minneapolis and 134 at