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THE OMAHA DATLT BEE: SATPttTMY, OOTOHETt 27, 1000.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Wheat Markot Loeea Ita Advanco on Ei
cellent Orop Prospects,
PRESSURE OF CORN KEEPS PRICE STEADY
Ont Arc Hull mill enlrctril Pro
visions Kliirt (till with Slinit of
1'lrniiiess llrcmise of Ailtnnur
In Price nl Ynrtls,
CIIICAflO, Oct. 26. On Hie excellent crop
prospects wheat toiliiy lost ycstrrrioy's ml
vanco, December closing 'i,c lower. Corn
closed U'd'ie unit ontH Mi'ic ilown. I'm
Visions lit the close, were unchanged to 7,ic
depressed.
With tin orcuslonul tifomentnry exception
trad ci In wheat wan dull and of a holiday
charar-tcr, traders belrifj Inclined to even
up on account of the holiday tomorrow as
vi ell an Sunday. Liverpool showed a gooi
response early to tho bulge here yesterday
mid December wheat opened He higher to
',' lower at 73Vu73'c. This Initial show
ing whs disappointing to the crowd and fhn
inarKi'i mrinwmi wok n an easier tone.
This feeling was further cticoiiriiKcd hy the
'xcellent weather, the small shipments unci
the continued liberal receipts, as well as
Liverpool's loss of her eiirlv gains, without
imy material reaction December declined to
'it', where urn market on an export He-
Tiiand steadied and rallied, closing 'e
Under the nrevloiis ses'don ill 72U.0. New
York reported 51 loads tHken for export and
rales lo the olher side from here were re
ported ut .llO.nno bushels. Primary receipts
aggregated :i'j.(l bushels, compared Willi
M.'.im) bushels last year. .Minneapolis and
J 11 1 u t li reported !W3 curs, against 657 Inst
week and 013 a year ago Local receipts
were 112 cars, :i nr contract grutic,
Corn was sleailv. Inlltienced by the tires
pure of new corn, prosperts for the early
movement of which seem 11 fill Nil 11 1 1 v hrluht
l the wheat weakness, Indifferent cnbles
mil slow business in a snipping way
Nearby options were noticeably weaker
Country offerings were light, but there wns
plenty for sale In the pit nnd the local
crown iiiriusneii a very poor brand or sup
iiorl December sold between .Tilde nnd
a urn' closing ',j,f'4e down tit 3l7ii(35e. lie
celpts were 329 ears
Oats were dull and neglected. Accent
unres were light anil there was only n mod-
eruin movement from simmers Hands. De
winner sold between 22e and 21',ff2l"'i(
rinsing rn','' lower at 2IVn2IV- Receipts
were tl." enrri
Provisions started out with n show of
firmness because of an advance of prices
nt the yanls ami the poor rpiallty of lions.
Helling by longs, however, soon turned the
Hcnle the other way nnd the early gain was
more man msi. .lanuarv pork sold between
11 m aim ,11.111 ami closed 7'4r under yes
terduy at $11.10: January lard between
n and jJUiii. closing unchanged nt J6 62,
and Jntrinrv ribs between J.VS.U nnd ivrin
with the clown 2'Andi' down, at $5.9n'f5.92v
Hstlmated receipts tomorrow: Wheat. 1ft
cars, corn,:iiii earn; oats, itio cars; Hogs, 17,
OVl hi.jid
The lending futures ranged an follows:
Articles, I Open. lllgh. Low. Close. Yes'y
Whe.it
Oct
Nov
Deo
'Corn
May.
Oct
Nov
Dec
( bits
May.
Oct
Nov.
Dee
J'ork -
Oct
Nov
.Inn.
I.iml -
(let
Nov.
.Inn
Jllhs-
Oct
Nov.
Jan.
I
Ml,
"a
IMI.HI.T?
3Ml35U
314
21 Villi I
2IV22,
71lt
724 71.
73H'72ilfJiJ
R(i35?.Tf3i
37
:ir,i,
2371
211
-Wi
II 22',4
7 no
6 95
01 Hj
"ii'is ' '
6 97&I
7 0)
0714
li ti7l4
l 15
G 974
7m4, 72
7IV'i',il72H'!'ii
72K.I 731.
36
!17
,ir,V .,l,',r
34!i, 34MfSr.
ill';
731.
36
1C
I37(fi37i(,
23".
2iwH
21UlT
II 10
7 00
II 95
0 U0
fi 10
6 IK)
H-V.S1W.
21il 2H-,
21iW4i2li.'ir
-11,11 ii
IS 00
10 70
11 10
7 00
n."
C C2i
r, 7G
fi 10
G !2!J
14 01
10 75
11 li
fi Wli
(i nr.
fi G2
fi 75
(1 20
G 'X,
No. 2.
Cash quotations were n follows:
KI.OIUI Qulot; winter patents. J3.7Of?3.r-0;
lilralKhts, 3.10a3.!X; clear, J3.0Ojf3.4O; snrllur
lipecluls. HAWIi.M; patents, J3.40(I3.9'i'
ntrallits, bakers, J2.20&2.45
.WiJ.'TN"' hW'!'-- N"' ! rl. '73c.
COIIN-No, 2, 374e; No. 2 yellow. 37Uc.
OATO No. "i.$ZV.c; Noy2 white,
N 3 white, 24U25He.
HVH-No. 2. 47Mf47Hc
HAUKICV. O.K1.I feedltiB, 47c; fair to
bole malting, 4?1lf6i!.
HI01CD9 - No. 1 Max. tl.90il.M; No. 1 north
jveKtern. Jl.S1rl.S2; prime timothy, .tfJJ.
I'lover. contract Knide, JlO.OOWlO.ffi
. I'HOVIHIONH-Mess pork, per bbl.. Ill W
1,1ml. nor I DO lbs Vbo4:Mi. Short ribs
Hides (looseO. fi 7(7 00. Dry suite.! shoiil
Oers (boxwl), tMUC:S,; short clear sldo.
(boxed), Jfi.TMTfi.STi.
WIII8KV-Hasl.i of hlffh wines, 11.27,
KIIowIiik arc thn receipts and shlpmontg
lor todnv:
Articles Receipts. Shipments.
I' lour, bbls 19,0110 12 00
Whent, tin ll-G.OOO "rooo
"' 330,000 3.oy
P". '' 122.li") lfir..ij0
?fV li.oiio :i.o
llnrley, till 123,000 j,m
On the I'roduco exchanue today the but
I?'UJ!"ilrl"'I' ,WI' fairly active; creameries,
Ii.jf22c. dairies. 13W18c. Cheese, dull at 10V
IOIV4C. Kkks. quiet; fresh, IV.ic.
m:v viihk ik.i!uai, MAiiKirr.
iiioliilloiis of Mir liny on Various
Commodities.
n''i iVOUK' .ut- ??" '''l-OI'U -Receipts.
pn hbls.. exports. 23.3;i2 bbls.; sales, S,0
Yn. ,l",fk,,t 'I'lxcttle.l und noinlnaliy tot
10c lower to iiell, with buyers holding off;
V! l'v, ?-13.DS; .MlnneHotu ,!!.!:
its. ii l.ar.. winter extras. J2.fi5fi2.7r,:
dlnnesotii. lmUers', 2.W3.40; winter low
r'".1',"!' U-Mrtm- Ityo tiour. ui" ,nies,
,. ''""i, .f-'iT, K'""1.' 13.30; choice to
it $j(v-"'ffi' Hiicltwhcat flour, steady
IU;CKlUMIi;AT-Diill ut iWJiC'u c. I f
!Sew York. '
COHNMHAI-Kasy: yellow eaHtern S"-
tl Jv.0,'. r.indywlm.j2.451i2.C0. '
M h Kasler; No. 2 wjstern, G7c f. ,1 h
,"i'."."ii.',.Vl!"' MJlKlo c. I. f. New Vorl!
IIAUI.KV Quiet; feedlnu. 42'u40c c I f.
JvMil'.y .MAlr-Diill, western. C2fiCe
II HAT -Receipts. 22,2m) bii ; saleV 3 :
t.mn bii futures and 4so.o:o bii. spotiiuit
jyeuk. No 2 red, 77'ic f. o b. uiloat ini
...V I'levator, No 1 iicirihern. Duluth. WWc
' V 11 "flout; No. 1 hard, Duluth. Sf,i4c f.
1 b a lion Ojitlons were weak airuln to
da sii fer iik' from speculative ncKlect. 11
r.nr i'ri 1,v V'-'-nlays buyers. 7a vocable
L.m .7 '""'"r. further lluuldntlon and
r m ! P. I";","",rl 'Icarances; closed weak
I. .. ' I ,. " ''l. export trade, at Miic
it decline, .Mnreli. WMfSIUc. closi'l ut
Mic. May. SDMisiV. closed f W4cToeto.
!'los,:;,Tt,,77,.,.c7S,St'- ','c,'n,'M'r, "'1?7sV-lfic,
CORN Receipts 170,375 hu ..vnnrtu iki
JiH bu . sales. Iw.l bu f tuV,VM u,d840)
,m. J1""' wewk: No. 2" 45c elevuto?
mid lvc f o b float. Op Ions deel l ed
mil n sharply durl.iR the day' In conseou" t ee
..f lower cables, free otT.rnBs of new ,'oro
I.Kaln. line weather and the drop In wheat'
i' used weak at iko net loss, v lu,l
I ll.ltic. closed al 41c. Octobef elotied
r,c, December. 41Mi42c. closed , it 4V
t)ATSReclpls, i'A20i) hu.; exiinVi. e uka
Ml. dull. No 2. 25V. No 3 2r,c- ,vf; o
Vhlte. SGWffSSc; No. 3'w:hlte. 27275.c- trae'e
jnlxei western, 2.t(2ic. track wldi I. J J'
cm nnd state. 27lif33c. O tloii . verv in "
nnd ruled caster with corn. slow
I'MJUD-atoady, mlddllm; iiran 117,.
9Mj winter bran. W.Wfflftm,U2fr
,c,!inc,;,a(!b, czr
toast 1MW ciop. loaiSc; old o ds. 26c
Ull)i:S-Flrm. flalveston. 20 to 25 bs lfc
rafo,r,,l"i.,71 ,0 21 lbs- ,S: Tcxlis dry 2t
laOATIIKR-fiteady; hemlock wile. Ilueno,
id0 -,'0 he,lvy wel8h'3' S'lWa
Texas? WlVS." ,l0,""tl0 flft'C'' !?c:
I'ltdviHIONS-lleef. quiet; family. J10 51ti
31.00; mess, J9..vti9r0. Reef hntns.' J 00$
il.OO; packet. J10.001T10.GO; city extra India
mess, Jlfi.iWif 17.110. Cut meats, steady; pick,
led bellies, 9'4Wllc; plrltled shoulders. t,iiif
32o; pickled hams, UUiiPc. Uard, tirie"
western steain, J7.35; October closeij ,',
I7.G0, nomlnnl; rellned, Ann; continent
$7,G0; fiouth America, JS.2J; compound,
iI.12VjIhV25. l'ork, steady: family, Jiii.iv,ff
18.50; short clear, Jll.5Ojjl7.00; mess, Jl2.50di
33. M.
TAKl.OW-Kasy: city (J2 per pk(f,), 4Lt;
vountry (pIkh. free), 4Vifl,4c.
KICK Hleady: domestic, fair to extra, I'i
IJiPic: Jupan. 44iffio.
lll"n'KR Recelpls. 3.91S pk(;s.; steady;
creamery. Ififi."2se; June creamery, JSfJSic.
factory. 13lfl6c,
CMI0i:81 Receipts. 2.SS7 pkKS.: steady:
larite white. 10'c; small white, lie; small
colored, lie; lnrno colored, lie.
nans Receipts, 4,fit)fi pkits.; dull: state
nml Pennsylvania, 2KTf22c; western, remilar
pncklim', nt mark, 174fl9c; western, loss off,
Sic
MHTAI.B- The market for metals was
generally Irregular und weak. Vlf Iron
Warrants declined SK nnln n 7r.-ti) ?H in
der liberal nirerlrnrs: tin tvna flnlf ntwi
shade lower In sympathy with thn London
market und clofed ut J2 7&U28.U0 here; lend
and spelter were both dull nnd unchanged
nt 14 3, '1 and JI.10H4.16 respeethely, laka
copper wn.i also dull Ht JlG.75tf!7.5o. The
oroxers- prico ror lead was Jl and for ct
per J16.S7'j.
O.M A 1 1 A W IIOI.KSAI.n M A It K KT 9.
Condllloti of Trtle mill Quoin tlons on
HIimiIp nnd I'sney I'rodnre,
KOOS-lteci'lpts IlKht, Rood Btock, lfiVsIT'
'l.'lVU I'Ori.TRV-IIcns, Cfc64c: roosters
sjirinK cillCKens. i'uiW, dUCKs, 6U1C
Keese, i'll'd turkeys. srd'ic.
riiKHii D'h;h.si;d rocirRV-iiens. 8ft
8'tc: roosters. A'ilfic: ducks nnd ireese. 9H10,,
broilers, (icr doz J3; sprint; chickens, per
:o . viitjc. uirkeys. uc.
OAMi; I'rnlrle chickens', per doz., J3.00O
4.50; milliard ductu. per dnz., J3: teal, Jl.SO'ii
4.1". iiiia:j, 4t 4., u. i", Jiiuivnililir', ii..Kl w,
111;tti:R- Common to fair, 1214c; choice
l.vuitc; sepurutor, 21c; gathered creamery
lD'dl'Oc.
I'RKHir OVSTKRS-Klrst Rrado, solid
packeil, M'lv Iotk counts, tier can, 3sc; ex
tra selects, 32c. standards. 25n. Heennil
Krnde, slack lilted, New York counts, per
can, Mr; exirn sniects, iio; .iianaarus, L'uc.
I'lfiKONH- I-lve, per doz., 90c.
VHA I,H- -Choice. lOe.
1IAV I'rlce quoted by Omnhn Wholefalo
llav Dealers' association: Choice unbind.
J1.60; No. 1 upland, JS; medium. J7.50: coame,
Js.Gi). Rye straw. Jfi. These prices are for
imy or noon coior and quality. Demand
in 11. iieceipis, :i enrs.
OATS No. A white, 2Cc.
CORN -No. 3, :wc.
HRAN-J1"
VKO KTAIH.ES.
CltCf.MnnilS- I'er dot.. 2025c
TCRNII'S I'er bu basket, COc.
IIKHT8 -I'er btl.. 00Jt7Cc.
CARROTS Per doz. bunches, 25o.
I.BTTI'CH- I'er doz., 105715C.
RADISIHIK- I'er doz., 15c.
IlHANS- Wax, per H-bu, basket, 50o
Hiring, 10c
I 'OTA TO H8- Per bu.. 40S50c: sweet Dotu
toes, per bu , 75'fi90c.
f'ARRAOl-: Per III.. U.e: Itoltnnd need
lc.
TOMATOHS Per li-liu. basket, Mc
ONIONS- Per bu.. MHidw.
CUM:rY Ntbrnskii und Utah, 30340c.
I'RC1T3.
PICACMKS Cnilfornla frealnnps. II. IB.
PI.I'MS-Callfornla, per crate, J 1.1 Oft t. 26,
PKARS-P,ir box. J2.0O1i2.2f..
vi aariiH -neiu A'nre nnd Nlncrnr.t. tier r.
lb. basket, ICc; eastern Concords, 17W1SC
WATnR.MKI.ONH As fn size. lOMIfin eneh
APPLMSNntlVo. 7RnTHI 00 nnr ,!! t.er
CRANRKRRl KS - Per bbl. 17: tier crnle
TROPICAL KRU1TS.
ORANOHS- .Mexlcill. tier box. 14 50.
I.K.MONS C'Tllfornln. wrlrn fnnrv. JIM;
choice, J4.
IIANANAHPer bunch, nccordlne to size,
-.""(.. (i.
r HI H California, new cartons. Me: lav
crs, Sic.
lIlHCBbbANUOL'S.
NI'TS- MiikIIsIi walnuts, ner lb.. 13c:
niueris, per IB., 1.1c; aimonris, per in., 1751
20c: raw nenniits. tier lb.. fifSHc: roasteil.
o'.i'ii nn'i iirazns, 13c; I'ecans, U'jioc,
1 1 1 liljo rso I Kreen, 7c; ,o, S Kreen.
fie; No. 1 salted. Sc: No. 2 salted, 7c:
No. 1 venl calf. 8 to 12 lbs.. 8c: No. 2 veal
cuir, 1. to 15 lbs., cc.
Nt. I, mils nil 11 11 nd Provisions.
ST. I.OIMK. Oct. 20.-WH1CAT I.owor
No. 2 red cash, elevator, 70c; track, 71'Mf
lie: ueinimr. i,'.'ic: .ovemner. kivc: do-
cember, 70e; May, 75t(768o; No. 2 hard,
UOIIHl'jC.
r 1,1 11 K 1)111 und easy, nut uncliatiired.
CORN--I,ower: No. 2 cash. 3fic: track. SMI
Bii'c, new; ticioner, aw; wceemucr, 340
year. :i.n.c: Jim. a.,ue.
OATS- Weak: No. 2 cash. 22ie: trnck.
22e; October, 22Sc; December, 22'4c; Jlay,
J1aC.
HYH Lower .11 4Sc.
SiniDS-Tlinothv. steady. J3.75ff4.20. Flux
nominally hlKher, JI.7G.
I'tlllNAIhlAL Lower. J2.
URAN- Nomlnnl: sacked, east track. CXc.
HAY Steady; timothy. JI0.6OiJ12.50:
prairie, t.i.iioqi hmi.
wiiinky Hieiuiy. ii.zf.
IRON COTTON Tl KS-J1.35.
HAOOINO- JS.10CiT8.85.
11IC.MP TWIN1C-J9.
M ICTA 1.8 I .ead : Dull at II 22Un4.SS
Spelter; Quiet at J4.tn'.
POIM.TRY-Steadv: chickens, fic: vonn-.
fiHc; turkeys, 7c; ducks, 6Hc; Reese, 6c.
l'iiHiH Hteiuiy at lOHiC.
IICTTKR Steady: creamery. lR22Ue:
dairy. 17H1Xc
PROVIHIONH Pork, steady: lobb na-. J13.
I.ard. offered nt J8.K0. to arrive. Drv snlf
meats (boxed), steady; extra shorts, 7.3'V4:
clear ribs and cleiir sides, J7.50. Hacon
(linxedl. steady: extra shorts, clear tihs
und clear sides. JK.37Va.
nHCKIPTS- Klour. 6.000 bbls.: wheat. 48..
000 bu,: corn. 70,00(1 bu.; oats, 38,000 bu.
HM1P.MKNTH Klour. i.ooo bits.: wheat.
75,000 hu. : corn, 147,000 bu.; oats, 105,000 bu.
KmmHN City firnln nnd I'ruvlalana.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 26.-WHRAT Oe.
cember. fi3V,c; May. 677tfiSe; No. 2 hard, fi.Vtf
flUc; No. 3. HiC4V4c; No. 2 red, 08690; No.
riju.-s December, az4c; .May, 34f344o;
iisli. No. 2 mixed. 34c: No. 2 white. 3CUe:
No. 3. ffiVic.
1 "4iUi n lllllt iTy'U t72'
RYIC-Sleudy; No. 2. -15Ue.
HAY Choice timothy. JI0: choice nrnlrle.
J8.0iHi8.25.
ll'TTK I-rreamcrv. 1820c: dn rv. fnnev.
17c
I'.tiCJS Firm: fresh Missouri nnd Knnsnn
slock. 15Ho doz., loss off, cases returned;
new wiiiic wiinii cases inciuiieii, more.
RKCKIPTS-Wheat, 137.GOO bu.; corn, 19,-
AM IM1.; OI11H, 1 1 ,IBJJ 1)11.
Hiiii'.-iirca ira-Wheat. 112,200 bu.; corn,
,IKK) bu.; oals, 8.000 bu.
Liverpool (i nil 11 ml Provlalona,
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 26 WIIKAT-Snot.
steady, No. 2 red, western, winter, Gs lid;
No. 1 northern slirtnir. Ca SKil: Vn I
California. 6s 4d. Futures dull; December,
6s imd; February, 6s ,d.
i uil. -spot weak; Amer can m xed. new.
4s 4d. Futures dull; November, 4s l'.iu; Dc
cember, 4s; January, 3s 9V&d.
i-iirtrt-Lannnian, oh S'VI.
PROVISIONS Lard. American reOned.
In palls, quiet at 3Ss 3d; prime western, In
tierces, steady at 37s fid.
Receipts of wheat durlnir the Inst thr.m
days, m.ooo centals, IncluilliiK 191,000 Amer-
an.
Receipts of American corn durlnir the Inst
three days, 2"0.170 centnls. Weather cold.
Toledo .Mnrkrt,
TOl.KDO. Oct. 2rt. - VHI:AT-Qlllet.
weak; cash, October nnd November, 76liC;
Decuinbcr. "tc; Mny, MSc.
I'OIIV flllll llrni- nnuli nn.l n,l.
40Vic; December, 35Nc. '
OATS-Dull, steady; cash and October,
5SI.iv 11,,,'Mlidinr "1.. '
1 1 Y K 53c.
Hl.l.lIU I'lm'ar nn.l, A..
., - ,,. . ,o. 'I lllir, U,),
October, JO.OJ's; December, J6.fi7H; March,
ili.UU.
Dnliitli Mnrkrt.
DI'I.I'TII. (lnl "R 1VIItT'A'rVn 1
fiU- V 1 ,rll.r Til ... v o -.'.'l
' V. n ,,. ,-,7V . ..IF. t. Ullllt-Iil.
i(Hc; .No. 3 sprliiK, o.'.'-ic. To arrive: No. 1
hard. 1o-,c, No. 1 northern, 74c; No. 2
northern. 701. r .1 atitlno- n-.i... rnA...
her. No, l northern, 74sc; May, No. 1 north-
11 ,1. , 1
ha rM-srn23i-e.
CORN-37c.
.Mlltrnnkrr (Jruln Mnrkrt,
No. 1 norl iierii; 7wfuA. '.""
1 Mi (.I've.
RYl! Firmer; No 1. 51c.
iiAiii.i'.--Hleudy, No. 2, 57c; sample, 37
Sitae.
Mliinriipollii Wheat Market.
M I WF ll'fll .IS n.,l A MMII. ,n ..
,6V4o; December, ibc; May, i0"ic. On
truck: No. 1 linrd. 76iic; No. 1 northern,
i4Hc; No. 2 northern, 72f72Hc.
IIRAN Quiet ; bulk. JU.72(TU2 00.
l.M nril Ml, 1.111,,.., i-i r,i.,n
.., ,.,.,,,,,., tU.l-Vi, AO. 111.
M41VI3MH.NT.S )F STOCKS AMI IIOMIS,
A I Close of ScnnIiiii Averiice Level of
Prices In IIIkIkt,
XHIV VflllK Il,.l 'l.!TI,.. .1 1. I.,.
... , w.. CIIUUIV IllttltWl
underwent many imitllutions of sentiment
today, but on the whole came throuch the
day s ordeal very well and the uveru,o
level nf tirle,w u-nu l,l,.l,.., ..a .. 1
tho day s trailliiK-. The market was very
.. 1 .urn nit, nienini; anil uuriiifr the
course of the Fesflnn tho reactionary Mnd
ency fairly koi the upper hand. c. jjlnu
lirlCeS 111 Well linlnu' lndt i,ll.u tA W rr-L. .
extreme ranpe In the most active stocks
was from I 10 over 2 points, but the final
rally reduced net cholines In nearly all
cones to small fractions. The weakness
which overcame the market was clearly
enoiiKh Incident to the digestion of the
protlts. Tin; forco of the llivul rally showed
the professional operators ventured to sell
shorts pretty freely also, -Wall street hud
Its dally report this morning of stupendous
new comblnat oils In the railroad world,
this time relating to Southern Pacific. Tho
anderbllt Interests. It was said, had so.
cured control, and all problems of competl.
Hon nnd rate cutting were forthwith to be
settled Chle.iso & Alton and Kansas I'ltv
Southern, It was also confidently allcgfd.
had become consolidated, The securities
"t the latter two companies responded with
brisk ndvances. Rut In Southern Pacific
enormous blocks of long Meek came out.
succeeding a primary sale of 10,000 s-hares
at quotations 14 point apart. The opening
quotation was the highest of the day und
the stock fell away IS durlnir the active
selling movement Orooklyn Transit was
actively dealt tn and was pushsd up
IS before marked signs of weakness began
to develop. These points of strength served
to sustain the market somewhat, but real
izing continued on an nctlve scale. The
coiilers broke sharply on n report that thn
Reading company would mine to Its full
capacity. A number of the Iron and steel
stocks declined from 1 to l'j points. They
were affected somewhat by the reports i f
tho deep cut In prices of steel rails mado
by Hrltlsh manufacturers, following u cut
made earlier In the week by Oerman
producers. The late rally was led by Mis
sciurl Pacific, which wns rushed up 3 points
'""" mo lowesi, wiinoitt nny news to ac
count for tho r ip The fall in the call
money rate to 2 per cent and the manifest
viu.vaiiuii hi me pressure to realize en
couraged the advance. Prellmlnnrv etl
mutes of thn week's cash chnnges by tho
mums promise u large decline In cash re
serves. Operations with the sub-treasury
orrcred tho greatest Interest. Deposits of
casn w up tins institution for transfer lo
tho Interior have been much smaller than
last week. On the other bund, there have
iii'L-ii iiuymcnis or drafts on account or gold
deposited ut Pacific const points and the
Portion of the gold Imports which came rs
oiirn nave been paid for at tho assay olllce
.Nevertheless. Die llli.trnullrl, turn nil.
sorbed from tho banks during the week no
less a sum than J2,310.(. The shipments
pf currency by oxpress to the interior are
oeiieveii to iiuvo been less than ll.0UO.WO,
hut the ileclliie In cush rer
seems curlalnly to have reached n toti
J1,C,. The action of the call mi,,,,
market revived apprehension und slig
Rested the Inference that the banks must
have further contracted their loans so ns
to reduce the reserve requirements durlnir
tho week. Only nbollt J4,000.0"0 of cold of
in,- iii.iAv.iini engaged ror import was re
ceived In time to figure In the statement,
tho balance being In transit.
The bond market continued active and
showed points of weakness In sympathy
with stocks. Total sales, par value. J3.7GO.
!; United States refunding 2s, when Is
sued, tho new und old 4s nnd the 5s ml
vanced '4 per cent on the last cull.
J he Commercial Advertiser's London
lnuiiclul cablegram says. The markets
here were quiet und Irregular, still under
tho Influence of hardening money rates.
Americans seesawed feverishly, but a fair
amount of business wns done In them, the
"public" buying considerably In this de
partment for the first time In a long
period. Rerlln was Inc'lned to sell. South
ern Pacific boomed for a while on the un
confirmed report that the Vanderbllts hud
secured control of the system. The bank
ost 3,000 gold to Kgypt und 7.000 to Hoi
land. There were no transactions In the
open market. Money was harder because
this was pay day on the exchange und be
cause the bank borrowed more Instead nf
repaying sums borrowed recently. It was
rumored thnt the market hml hnrrmw,!
somo money from the bank, but this Is Improbable.
The fotlowlnir nrr. the rlrxltli- lirlro. nn
thn Now York Stock exchange:
Atchison
do tifd
Hul. Ohio ....
Cnn. Pacific ....
Ciin. Southern .
('lies. ,fc Ohio...
Chlcugo O. '..
C It. & Q 1
Union Pacific .
74',4 do pfd
7u'., Wabash
M,V do pfd
M IW. & L. ; ....
i'l'il do 2d pfd..
i in wis. i-enirnl ..
s nurd Avenue
. t-2,
'
. 19'
914
. 2,1
. l'.'4
.110
WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE
Oountrj'a Bnginoia Shows EffeoU of Being
in Shadow of Election.
CONFIDENCE IN THE FUTURE IS STRONG
Chicago, I. ,fc L. 22 lAdums F.xprcss,.l29
(10 Did f.J I Am. Fxnl-es.q ....15S
Chicago & K. I.. WiV. S. lCxpress... 50
Chicago & N. W.K.J .Wells. Fargo Kx.127
R. I. & P....l&WAm. Pot. nil
C. C. & St. L. 63 do nfd ...
Colo. Southern .. 5-VAm. Malting
do 1st pfd.... ?.vV4l do nfd...
no i uiu.... Atner.
Del. & Hudson.. 112T4! do
Del. L. & W....178 Amer.
Den. & R. O.... 2011.1 do
R.
si. &
nfd
Spirits ..
11 fd
8. II
pfd
S. V..
pfd.
16Am. Tin Plate.
:i',4 do pfd....
Am. Tobacco
do pfd.
Anaconda M. Co. -IIH
.. 624
. . 3!J4
. . IV
.. Si'i
. . '
.. 6K
,.141
9S Federal Steel .
ICH4I do pfd
l?'i Oen. Klectrlc. ,
5:1 idlucose Sugnr
OS' I do nfd
. 571'Int'n'l Paper ,
do pfd 701. Amer.
Krlo U",i do
do 1st pfd.... 3.','i,Amer.
Ot. Nor. pfd HI'V do
nocking 1 oni .
Hocking Valley
Illinois fenlra ..US
Iowa Central ... 10
do pfd 42
L. li. .t W 83 Hrk. Rap. Tr.
do pfd 102 Co o. F. 1..
Lake Shore f)0Vb Con. Tobacco
Louis. & Nnsh.. T! do nfd
.iiauiiuunn 1.
Mel. St. Ry..
Mex. Central
Minn. & St. I
do pfd
Mo. Pacific ...
Mobile
M., IC. T
do pfd
N. J. Central...
N. Y. Central...
Nor. & West...
do pfd.,
No. Pacific
do pfd
Ontario & W...
O. R. & N
do nfd
Pennsylvania ,.
Rending
do 1st pfd...
2d pfd...
W m.
pfd
& S. F...
1st pfd...
2d pfd...
& S. W...
pfd
St. Paul
do ofd
St. 1'. & Omaha.
So. Pacific
So. Rnllwuy ....
do nfd. . ..
Tex. & Pacific.
3fi'i
VI
51.4
25
4174
1i
17
24i4
7l'i
3JV4
75
31
Sli
J 32
y.o.j
71
3,"i4
W
20
W
Mi
30' 2
(lo
R. O.
(lo
St. L.
do
do
St. L.
do
& Ohio... 39V Laclede Oas
. 10',4 Nut. HIscult .
. 32 do pfd
135Vi National Lead
.133 : do pfd
. 3714 National Steel
. 744 do nfd
. SUV N. Y. Air HrnKn.I2.1
. "."'( Nil, American .. 15T4
. 22yj,I'aclflc Const ... f.8
. 12 do 1st pfd ht
. 70 do 2d pfd.... f,7
.13ti Pacific Mali 431;
. It' People's Oas 0-1 J
. U.i Pressed S. C 41
. 29 do pfd 0
50 Pullman P. C....1R9
. W Stand. R. & T... 5
. 11V. Sugnr 122's
. fi7 do pfd m
. .W, Tenn. C. & I..., SVi
. 13V U, S. Leather.... 12',
. .IITh' do pfd 71S
USVsU. S. Rubber.... 33
.172 I do pfd it
.112 Western Union., fl
. 37','Hepubllc I. & S.. 13V
j.'i 110 pro fi,
K'l
C. C. & St. L. CO
Offered.
.cy York .llonry "llnrkrt.
NKW YORK. Oct. 20.- MONFY-On call.
easier nt 2ii IVn per cunt; last loan. .'1 ner
cent; prime mercantile paper, fify! per cent.
ST SR . NO CXCHANOIC-Heavv. wltli
actual business In hunkers' bills ut J4.S3V
for demand nnd nl Jl.MHi for slxtv davs
posted ratos. SI.MS14.M1!, and J4.K4t,'S rs.v
commercial bills. JI.;9'f(4.S0.
S LVKR - t'ert llcntcs. ClUTifiTi-Ve: line.
CIM-c; Mexican dollurs, C6c.
IIONDH Oovernment, strong; slate,
weak; railroad, Irregular.
Tho closing prices on bonds today nre ns
follows:
U. S, ref. 2s, reg.10114 N. Y. C. Is ids "
do coupon IUI'4 N. J. C. ir. 5s 121
do 3s. reg 109'4 No. Pacific 3h.... OC.u
do coupon 110 I do 4s nr.ii.
do new 4s. reg. .1 It N Y C & S I, -Is.liifiv
do coupon 115 N. .t W. c. 4s.... 971,,
do old 4s, reg..11S'i Ore. Nav. Is. ...IW
do coupon ll'i'i do 4s 03V
do 5s, reg 1124 Oregon S. L. fis..l27'
do couiion Ill 1 do con. r, 111
D. of C. 3. !3h Ul'i Reading gen. 4s.'. VK.
Atch. gen. 4h 10n'4 Rio. O. W. ls....9-!iA
do adj. 4s S7',k St I. I M c. .".s.lln
Canada So. 2s.... 107 ,S L S F g. Cs. 123
C. & O. 4V4 100 ;St. Paul consols. 170V
do 5s 12ti"jSt. P. C. ,i P. Ih.US'4
. & N. W. c. 7H.nu'' do 5h 119
do S. F. d. 5a .120 So. Pacific 4s . . . k'lT;
Chlcugo Tor. 4s.. 92 .So. Railway 5s. ..109';
Colo. So. 4s .J S. R. & T. lit (!l
D. & It. O. Is. ...101 Tex. & p. Is 114',
do 4s fl'J'ii do 2s 70
Crle gen. 4s 70-4 Union Pacific 4s.l0."i('.
. W. & D. C. Is 74 iWubiish Is lis
Oen. lOlectrlc 5s. US do 2? 103
lu. Central lis... 112 West Shore 4s... 112';
H N. mil. 4s.. !!; Wis. Central Is.. Si.-..
M.. K. & T. 2s... C7V4Vii. Centuries .. 91
do 4 s 92' 4 1
Prices In U ltn,T .Mntrrlnls Are Firm
nnd Willi out Any .Spraulntl vr Ac
llvlly to Sllnuilntr IVfillirr
Is I'uvornble to AKrlcalture,
NKW YOIIK. Oct. 26,-n. O. Dun & Co.'u
Weekly Hevk-w of Trade tomorrow will
say
The elecllfitin ihjiiih 11 LTnnl flout fn nil
business Interests and, although confidence
In tho future Is seen on every hand, It Is
hut natural that men do not care to tuko
unnecessary chances nnd therelore delay
new engagements ns fur os possible until
lifter tho ballots .ire counted. Rut con
tracts for steel rails for tho season thus far
urn nitinn &o.ono tons of lust year's heavy
bookings nnd the confidence lu an ultimate
marked Improvement Is so strong that all
raw materials are firm and without nny
speculative activity to stimulate them. Tho
agitation for an ndvunco In billets, thoiuh
a small one, Is an Indlcutloti of whut 'ho
Iron und steel markets expect In the next
six months, and In the ijicut Industries
sellers or material could eaa v make, heavy
contracts If they eared to attach uollllcul
provisions to their agreements. However
unreasonable rears may be. It IB likely to
be better for business In the long run that
conservative- ideas for tlie present nre en
tertalned. Tho weather over n great part
mine couniry lias been favorable for nan
cultural operations, which are progressing
wii. mm 111 tne eust the unseasonable tern
pernture hns retarded genernl trade com
pnratlvely little, as there has been 110 great
niimuius yet this season,
I'ondltlons In tho Iron and steel mnrket
steadily Improve, orders gradually swell In
volume and buyers make less effort to se
cure concessions. In most coses quotations
fr not nltered, but there Is nn ndvnnoe to
J20 at Philadelphia for billets, owing to the
iieuer nusinesn in rails. I'lg iron moves
ireeiy, especially at Chicago, where manil
fiictiirers havo contracted heavily for fin
isueii shut in excess or rnw material on
hand. Cost Iron nine Is In nre, mi! domiuid
anil new plans for such building will take
mines, iirmgo builders nro buying strue
tiiral forms heavily. Makers of rails and
other products of lion have been seetised
of quoting better torms to foreign than lo
domestic btlVI'TM. If tlila la flnlin ll u-n,l,t
seem to be thn manufacturers' affair ruther
innn tne newspapers. Minor metals nro.
unlet except for further wenkness In tin
Sliver lias reached tho highest prlcn In four
years.
Cotton showed little recuperntlvn power
nfter last week's declino nnd closed lower.
T he loss In price Is J7.S0 11 halo since Octo
ber 9 und exporters aro still holding off.
heut also continued Its downward course,
owing to the good news here and nitron I.
but an encouraging feature was the accel.
crated foreign buying us quotations de
clined. Atlantic exports for the week wero
2.935.02.S bushels, ugnlnst 2,253,fi25 11 year ago,
and Pacific shipments S7S.OI3 bushels,
ngalnst 65,5'i.1 last year. Com Is slightly
w-eaker, while pork products have fallen
sharply. Most other provisions uro heavy,
but linseed oil rose sharply to 75c.
The better tune of the boot nnd shoe mar
ket was sufficient explanation for the nd
vunco In materials. New Kngland shops
are busier than for many months before,
but thus far munilfncturcd goods have not
nil vanced with materials. Sales of wool nt
tho three chief eastern markets continue to
Increase, exceeding 5.000.000 pounds last
'?''.h'. ,,.rl?cs are not nltered and bldn
slightly below the market nre refused Cot
ton goods move rather more freuly as tho
price comes nearer parity with raw ma
terial, but wide sheetings are dull at the
iiuvuiice 10 ..c
Follurfw Tor the ww-k were 205 in the
United States, ngalnst 190 last year, nnd
iweniy-eigni in uanada, ngalnst twenty
three last yenr.
WKHKI.Y CI.KARINC; IIOI SK TAIILIO,
In the demonstration and though the for
eign participation was mixed In character
Luropo was 11 considerable buyer of stocks
nil In, nnn -ll.l I. ............. .1.. ..... .
.... ,,,,ivi, 1 uiinriri, nin-E, lint 1111-4 II
thnt bullish speculation lu Americans has
broken out In Loudon. On tho contrary It
seems 10 result rrom the rnel that heavy
operators there concluded that, ns a conse
quent of election uncertainties In this
cuuiury, our market would break, and sold
many calls on "Ynnkeo rails." besides se'l-
ing them short to a large sum total. This
loreign nenr interest was consequently
.. t,,iii ntiti ii-ti hi uover I'XicusiveiJ ,
thereby helping tho advance along. Local
benr traders have likewise been obliged to
cover lu the slocks of which they were
largely short, but It wns also iiotlccublo
that the smaller professionals were not
only prompt to take on the successive nil
yunccs In different stocks, but nlso seemed
inclined to put out fresh short sales. In
fact tho street us u whole seemed to be
Impressed with an Idea thnt before election
nay mere might be n reaction in prices.
Ak-RrcRiilp of llusliiess IVnunnc t cd
tin Assoc luted llnnks.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2C The following table,
compiled by uradstrcot, shows tho bank
clearings nt the principal cities for tho
week ended October 25, with the per cent
of increase and decreaso as compared with
mo corresponding week last year:
CITIES.
Amount.
H
Deo,
When Issued.
Ttoxton .Stock I) iiotn t Ions.
ROSTON, Oct. 2.-Ca!l loans. 31f4H ner
cent: time loans. Bliii ner cent. Official
closing:
32V West F.ud ..
i4,4'WIh. Central
F
.. T. & S,
do nfd...
Amer. Sugar 122 S Atchison 4s
do pfd llfi i.V. 12. O. c. 5s
Am. Telephone. .147 Adventure
Hoston & A 24j'.i Allouez M. Co...
HohIou l''loviitcd.l-''5 Amal. Copper....
Hostoii& Me. ...191 ,Atlantlc
11. V Q 127,4 Hoston & Mont
Dominion Coal... "H's Hutte A- Hoston.
do nfd 113' i Cli & Ileclo. ..
Federal Steel ...39 Centennial
do pfd i"',t! Frank In
den. lClectrlc .. .143',, Humboldt
do pfd l'lOW Osceola. 71
Kd. Flee. HI 213 parrot 4r.'.
Mex. Central . . . . 12; Oulncv ic.1 "
Mich. Tel 83 Santa F Cop.... 7
I.. O. c ill Tamarack
old Dominion ... 21i Utah Mining ....
Rubber S2 (Winona
n on Pacific ... K'l. Wolverines
'nlou Land .... IV
Hlil.
London Stock ()iiotiitloii.
LONDON. Oct. 26-4 p. in. -Closing:
. 91
. i;!Vj
. rtlU
. S3 "
. 4V
. 21
.323
, 04U
.7sr.
. 17',,
. 15
2..S
,-2'i
I'I
41'.j
Cons., money.. s Ih-lfi Frio 7
do account.. 99 lfi do Ihi nM
Atchison. wtt Pennsylvania ..
an. Pacific 90 Reudlnt;
St. Paul 119, No. Pacific nfd.
Illinois Central. ..122 Grand Trunk ...
Louisville 7Sm Annconda
U. Pacific pfd ... 7S, Rand Mines ....
N. Y. Central ...137
?(;tTl
IB",
19 V
75L
r
i"ii
4U'
New York
Hoston
Chicago
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Pittsburg
iiiillliuorc
San Frnnclsco ....
Cincinnati
Kansas City
New Orleans
Minneapolis
Detroit
Cleveland
Louisville
Providence
Mllwuukee
St. Paul
Buffalo
OMAHA
Indianapolis
Columbus, O
Savannah
Denver ,.
Hartford
Richmond
Memphis
Washington
Peoilu
Rochester
New Haven
Worcester
Atlanta
Salt Luke City....
Springfield. .Mass.
Fort Worth
Portland, Me
Portland Ore
St. Joseph
Los Angeles
Norfolk
Syracuse
Dcs Moines
Nashville
Wilmington, Del..
Full River
Scranton
Grand Rapids ....
Augusta, Oa
Lowell
Dayton, O ,
Seattle
Tacomii ,
Snoknno ,
Sioux City
New Red ford
Knoxvtlle, Tenn..,
Tnpuku
Hlrmliigham
Wichita
Hlnghiimton
Lexington, Ky
Jacksonville, Fla,.
Kalamazoo
Akron
Chattanooga
Rockford. Ill
Canton, O
Springfield. O
l'nrgo. N. I)
Sioux Falls. S. D..
Ilnstlngs, Neb
Fremont, Neb
Davenport
Toledo
Galveston
Houston
Helena
I'vnnsvllle
Macon
Little Rock
.prlnglleld, 111
Youugstowu
Colorado Springs .
Tolnls. U. S
Totals outside N.
...I
J1.0S4.232.404
118.S34.5S4
134,923,835
W.fiO,441
34,3S5,5S6
32.429.720!
1S.1S3.740
20.040,803
13,518.750;
17.329.422
J2.3iM.660
15.736,95
7,834,623
ll.lf)l.ti.l
7,710,725
Si.lXt5.5ni)1
6.2.4S.832
5,574,1)22
4,972.092
6,636,910
fi.15.YOI4
5,224,000
fi.3Sii.762 1
4.289.101
2.023,317
3.8S1.04S
4.073.30G
2.159,796
2,3I7,6SC
1,868,5(3
1.198.4S3
1,434,962
2,261,915
2,003.433
1.24S.5S3
2 242 242
l!o7?i!90si
2,430,4.1'6
3.604,970
2,129,376
1.42S.617
1,115,523
1.441,91)6
1,3M,415
i62,2(V)
1.277.97S
1,830,274
1.196.S74
1,197,054
829.4S7
1.U82.516
3.072.5 9.ri
1,097, IS3
1,092,214
1,63I,5S4
457,074
542,180
992.759:
895,590
I43.C30!
333.SOO.
429,899
200.230 1
386,677
481, SOi)
402,880
302,606
276,600
213,150
:ii;,9iy
7K.71S
18I.3S7
120.4421
991.611
2,190,Gil
8.701,00c)
15,927.670
693,912
S'10,S65
773.0111
699,1861
ijii.rns
269,072!
795.413!
1.2
18.7
4.2
4.3
10.6
30.1
.9
C.6
11.4
11.6
17.2
16.4
6.2
n n
""4.6
8.2
2.5
11.7
".it
6.6
65.7
3.61
I 11.9
33. S
38. S
25.61,
43.8
'U.ij
22.0
22.1
1.0
9.2
'29!i
6.0
"i.'o
8.4
26.1
K8.1
12.3
'ifi'.i
22.0
17.S
24.1
21.6
11. S
70.9
29.01
4.1.8
23.6
IS.
12.5
11
11.1
Y. .
J1,7.19,III.16S
655,178,764!
8.3
10.1
3.6
'iis'.
li.2
6.3
'i.G
12.9
22.1
64.2
9.1
51.5
20.8
6.2
i DOMINION OF CANADA.
H-Mi J-i-'V.1" 29 15-ltM per ounce
MO.Nhl-m per cent: the rntn of ,H.
count In the open market for short bills Is
34SW4 per cent; for three months' bills, 2V
per cent.
Xew York Mining; .Stocks,
NKW YORK. Oct. "6. The rnllntvln nr..
the closing quotations for mining shsr.ii
today'
I'i
Chollar
Crown Point S
Con, Cnl. & Va.. 95
Deadwood m
Gould & Currle.. 8".
Hale & Norcross 22
Ilomestakn 6500
Iron S lver 70
Mexican 30
(Ontario
Quicksilver ....
lOphlr
I Plymouth
I do pfd
ISIerra Nevada
Standard ,.
lUninn Con . .
'Yellow Jacket .
. .573
..125
.. 78
.. 11
,.600
1
', 330
,. 13
,. 16
Montreal ...
Toronto
Winnipeg ...
Halifax
Hamilton ...
St. John, N.
Vancouver .
Victoria ....
Tolnls ....
15,380.1101
11. 787.467
2.2S4.910
1.725,475
814,909
&71.MI
1.150,706
073,296
J 34,1X8,690
4.2 .
"i'.o'.
'ii, is,.
14.41.
8.8.
9.7
'isis
2.8
IIIIAI)STItl'.i;T'S FINANCIAL HBVII'W.
Illlllx Doclop ii Aclle ii nd It I m I ll u
Speciilut Inn lliirlngr Hie Week,
NHW YORK, Oct 26 Hrudstrects
Financial Review tomorrow will say:
At the end of laM week it was apparent
some (urge llnunclal and speculative inter
ests were taking nn aggressive position on
the lull side of tile account This wee); bus
witnessed the development, tinder such nils
jilces, of nn nctlve and rising speculation.
Transactions have each day nttalued very
rinpectablo dimensions nnd though the
manipulation and professional activity con
tributed largely1 to the Interest In the pro
ceedings there hnve been more evidences
of outside participation than for a long
time. Huying or stocks by commission
houses has, In fact, recommenced on a
scale that contrasts sharply with the lack
of any such support to prices for several
months pasL Iondon also has taken a part
iihaiim'i itnm'.s iti'vimv ov thadi:
limine .lf tuition for Thin iime of
ciir I Must Cue (iiinmliiK.
NKW YORK, Oct. 26, llrndstrcct's to
morrow will sny:
Despite witnn Irregularities, growing out
ui unseasonable wenilier conditions, heavy
price chnuues ill leaillntr alnllL nr In.
creased conservatism In some trudes us tha
election iipproncheH, tho general huxliion
situation as a whole Is encouraging and
new elements or manifestations of streng'h
nppenr from lime to time. Perhaps tho
inosi nouinio renture or the week Is found
In the Industrial situation, which has been
distinctly Improved by the uppnrently oltl
clul and final action tnken toward ending
tho anthracite coal miners' strike. In view
or tho fact thnt most of the miners hnvo
obtained Incr-.tKcd wages, the effect on
business In the producing regions can
hardly be otherwise than beneficial, whilo
tho trade-at-large must reap benefits from
the return to normal conditions. Other
lines of trudo which showed Improvement
are those of shoos, leather and kindred
products at the eust. which arc reaping the
benefit of better distribution In the country
at large, und Hither moro thun nn HVetug'o
business bus been done In wool ut the east,
with holders more inclined to demand full
prices for their products. The conttnii-d
weakness of cotton Is an element of tin
certainty In the goods trade, but the linn
non of tlieso products In the face of tho
14c decline In price Is a tribute to the
strength of the market. The situation In
cereals shows little change. A feature of
the movement of produce to mnrkci at the
present time, not heretofore noted tliU
yenr, Is the crowlmr senreliv nt unn re
ported west of the Mississippi. Raw sugur
Is lower on anticipated large Increase In
yield over 11 year ntro nml cotYnn lu ir mi
continued large receipt.
The Strencth of ilmnnm! f,ir llnlttm,!
products of iron nml !! tint Ail fiit urtftim
time past, finds rellectlnn In mi Improve,!
Inquiry for 'he cruder forms at leading
Iron centers this week Steel billets un
reported J2 higher nt Chicago, while a situ,
llsr advance In tmtml nt t'lituimru- ,,nri
efforts to rnlue the level of Hesemer steel
billets are being debated by manufacturers.
Their claim that coni'umers' slocks of pig
urn being consldernlilv rpi1iie.t la hum.
nut by reports of several Lift)-ton bis being
moved at Pittsburg and further we.st nnd
Intimations that n still larger buslmiss hns
utx niruuireii inr on n ertniinimint tioaiu
dependent upon election results. While
southern pig Is reported unchanged nt the
soiiin. n snarp cut in tlio mmo Is noted ut
western mnrkets. The lnwerlnn- nf fnn I
prices, exnected us n result it ih ,.n,lln..
"in' eirme, is uxpeeieu to mensurenlMv
help the trade In coal, which Is. however.
conrronteil with high freight rates In
splto of this. It N clnltned thnt 1.200 tons of
Diiiinunoiis coai nave been sold ror export
to Mediterranean twiliils
Wheal. Including Hour, shipments for the
Mi-fit iiKKrernie .!';:..'.i, miikiipis. uEriiitiai
S.7P6.6I3 lust week. 1,416.195 tn the com
snondlnir weeli nf ts'io z r.Ai on in icaj r. .
811,391 In 1897 nnd 3.02S.O.IO "n 1 891. "From
July I to dale, this season, wheat exports
are rrl.244.I43 bushels, against 65,3il,642 lust
season and 62,798.107 lu 1S9S-9H. Corn exports
for tho week inrirrcirnln .1 MT." liSi Imulml.
against 2.S86.993 last week. 4.625,519 In t.lls
week a year ago. 2,424.370 In 1898, 1.6S9.191 in
197 nnd 2,619,125 In 1596. From July 1 to
(into, this season, corn exports were '63,460,
3(2 bushels, ngnlnst 69.279.C78 last season
nnd 44,784,616 In 1S9S-99.
Huslness failures for the week lu the
United Stntes number 161, ns against 123
last week. 221 In this week 11 venr ago. 219
In 1898, 218 In 1897 and 246 lu 1896 Canadian
failures of the week number thlrtv-nne.
against twenty-two Inst week, twenty-one
In thin week n yenr ago, twentv-tliree In
1S9S. twenty-nlno In Ki; and th'lrty-sev?n
in 1S96.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Very Light and Market
Generally Steady,
HOGS ADVANCED ABOUT TEN CENTS
.-ini-uet on Until Sheep nnd l.mub
Hntlier Dull a very Little Wns
'one, Inn r,.P ), (
CUiinue Mnterlnll).
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 26.
Recelnl u.n,.
O'llcjal Monday' ...
Oil C III 'M....i..
mm CI.h1. ,J"M y .
Oltlclal Friday .........
Ha1,,",','' ,lft,'M. ,lllH WCCk
81 no days last week..
ii,,,:," ago...u.iu
Cuttle. Ho
.. 6,443
.. 3,001
,.. 4,439
... 3..H1
. . (
ogs.
i.Fio
4 ,tiJ .
6,149
6,618
6.71V
.17,523
.20,472
24.523
33.325
31.502
34.437
31,109
Bheep,
9.81
11.319
6.U0
6,680
4,783
37.827
67,008
51,623
40.38J
38,039
uiiiiiu lour weeks int iw
eeir5!,...?,r,cc.I.'u'J 'or 'Icks fortho Ut
r. wun compurisuiis:
I 1W0. ilS99.lM)S,UJ:."llsisT:,,ik9j"lSI4
13Hl I 3 711 .1 85 ! )i 3 flxl .1 1,1
'1(17 J.fil 4 3l l ! :l i ii: i a il
3 66 ' 2 7l i M 6 OC
3 64 3 73 3 82
3 64 3 7l 2 9s 3 86,
3 63 ! 3 74i 3 Ull I
3 53 3 64 3 04 3 86
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Out.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
3....
4....
6....
7....
8....
518 4-S
619 3-5
51C 2-5
610 4-6
i 3i,
4 42
4 37
4 31
4 34 1
4 36
5 10
4 W
4 87
3 591 3 52 3 13 3 86! 4 i
-I It 7 1 I'I, 1 tC.1 A ll
4 33 3 64 i 3
SO 4 31' 3 57' 3 f.9 i
i 0214 4 231 3 66 3 62, 3 18!
IV. .
11..
12..
13..
14..
15..
IS. .
17..
IS. .
'JMtl 4 201 3 69,
. 4 24 I 3 63
J Mj. I 3 69,
'2 4 201
, Hii 4 16 3
id. ,-6 4 10
n, 3 8i
3 77
10... 1457 a.s
l
23,
24..
25 .
26.
.' 4 &
I 4 N)T4
1 01'1
1 1
I CIV,
4 16
4 14
4 13
4 18
3 67
3 73
3 71
.1 f,5
3 65
3 56
3 68 1
2r)
.1 Irl
3 61
3 69
3 54
3 60
3 51
3 62
3 53
3 63!
.1 46)
3 301
3 32
3 19
3 20
3 231
I
3 26
3 27
3 23
3 26
3 78
3 76
3 70
3 70
3 6.
3 67
4 it
9
4 8
4 91
4 11
4 90
4 SI
4
4 74
1 69
4 67
I 65
3 5!
3 601 4 69
66
3 541 3 41; 3
26 3 49 4
251 3 53 ! 4
I 3 54 4 44
26i 3 47 4 4s
Indicates Sunday
I , --.., an, nn, ,-i ui inin
brought In today by each road wns:
, Cuttle. Hogs. Sli p.
A- At. I.. l!v
Missouri I'acltlc Rv!!.!!i
I'nliin I'acltlc sysiem...
. v . iy
K. A- M. V. R. n...
H. C. & V. Ry
;.. St. I'., M. o. Rv..
H. M. R. R. R
U., II. & Q. Ry
K. ('. A Hi. J
U., R. I. & p., east ,
4
1
3
20
t
17
1
4
21
S
stock
llr's
11
Total receipts
86
20
Condition of the Treasury.
WABHLNOTON. Oct. 26. -Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold
resorvo In tho division of redemption,
shown: Available ensh balance, $133,376,933:
gold, $88,725,905.
Cotton .llnrkrt.
NKW YORK, Oct. 26. -COTTON -Aggres-slve
movements did not enter Into the tac
tics of either tho bulls or bears on the Cot
ton exchange today. Aftw opening steady
with prices unchanged to I points higher
there was u period of Irregularity and gen
eral hesitation, hut later the market dis
played n fair degree or strength and worked
steadily upward until Junuury reached !'c.
From that level u break or 9 points oc
curred under prnllt-tuklng by room opera
tors und ii lull lu support of the commission
house and wire Interests. Later In the day
there was more or less uneasiness mani
fested on both sides, with the result that lu
a narrow range tluctuutlouH were frequent,
with the market erratic The close was
steady, with quotations 2 points higher to 4
points 'ower. The early cables from Liver
pool averaged up slightly better thun ex
pected. Tho Until reports were llrm, show
ing ii substantial net rise, and were accom
panied with a wave of moderate sized buy
ing orders. Foreign nnd local shorts were
made uneasy, but smaller crop movement
recorded. Freezing weather In the north
ern part of the wheat belt gave rise to new
fears and checked anything In, the wuv of
bear speculation all day. The regulation
week-end statistics from Liverpool were
bulllshly construed, while those from the
so.ith were benrlshly Interpreted. Tho
south was a buyer of the winter months
from time to time during the day, and this
gave co'or to the reports that planters
wero holding for higher prices. Verv few
orders for November delivery wero circu
lated today.
NHW YORK, Oct. 26.-COTTON- Futures
closed quiet and steady; October, S.8ilc; No
veniber. 8.86c; December, 8.89c: .Innuiirv,
8.90c; February, 8.9c; March, R.90c; April,
8.90o; May. S.90c; June. 8.89c; July, SMic;
August, 8.80c. Hpot closed quiet; middling
uplands, 7-l6c; middling gulf, 9tl-16c:
sales. 50 bales,
NKW ORLIJANS, Oct 20. COTTON- Fu
tures steady; October, S79'ti8c; November,
8.72c bid; December, 8.71'jfS.72c ; January,
S.iCKjj&ilr; February, 8.72c, March, 8.73tf
S.71c; April. 8 73US.7lc; May, S.741S,76c; June,
8,i5f8.7iic. Spot, quiet und slow: sales, 2,500
bales: ordinary, 6 1-10c; good ordlnnry,
7 16-b,f; low inldil'luc. 8P-I0c. middling.
815-li,c; good middling. 9nc. middling fair,
c recelpls. 3.910 bales; slock, 194.3117 bales.
ST. LOI'IH, Oct. 26. -COTTON-Qulet; no
miles; untuning, yc, recelpls. 7.M.I Hales;
shipments. 5.9:,7 hales; stock. 31,415 bales.
'iitrei- Miirii-t.
NKW YORK, Oct. 26.-COFFKK -Spot,
Rio, steady; No. 7 Invoice. 8Uc; mild, quiet;
Cordova, 9Vdllc. Futures opened llrm.
with prices unchanged to 10 points higher
ami iiirtnnr worked jp ftiiio points on scare
of room shorts nnd brisk outside support
based upon strong foreign market news,
smaller Brazilian receipts than expected,
Increased warehouse deliveries, better de
mand for spot article and nn absence of
bear speculation. Trading was the largest
In several weeks. Closed stendv nt n net
nilvnneo of lOJfl.l points. Total sales. (7.250
bags, Including: November, $i1.!Mi7.05; De
cember. $7.0.vn7 15; Jnnunry. $7.20'fri.2S;
March. , I7.301i7 40: May. 17. (Vif7.43: June
$7.55; July, $7.6'W,7 55: September, $7.5O'07.60.
SiiKiir Mllrttet,
NKW ORI.KANS. Oct. 26.-SlTC.AH
Stcudv: nnon kettle. 3 13-16c: onen kettle.
centrifugal. 4 l-ieW.c; centrifugal, fr'.c;
whites. 4 13-161 5c : yellow, 4kf I 9-16c; sec
onds. 3'4T(-lc. Molasses, quiet; open kuttV,
25fl33e; centrifugal, 14020c. Syrup, 25U29c;
steady.
NKW YORK. Oct. 2tl.-HUOAR-Hnw.
quiet; fnlr refining, 4'i.c; centrifugal, 9-5
test. 4"c; mo'asses sugar, 4ic; refined,
quiet.
i.u.-Niiu.N. wet. -. HiuAit Hnw, cen
trifugal, 12s 9,1: beet, October, 9n 7xd.
Vcir Yorli Dry OiiiiiIh,
NKW YORK. Oct. 26.-DRY OOnilM-Tho
market for dry goods liiin heen universally
quiet without developments In nny direc
tion of moment Hovers havo heen verv
conservntlve lu their uiirchases and there
still continues to bo u considerable distance
lietween tho contracting parties. There Is
a general opinion thut after election trad
Ing will be somewhat livelier nnd traders
are evidently looking for lower prices, not-
wiinsiiiuning tiie urm tone or utiyers.
Ciillforu!:i Dried I'rulls.
NKW YORK. Oct. 26 CA I.I FOHNIA
DRIKD FRUITS Inactive: lh iimrket lor
evaporated apples was rather quiet, but
about steady nt nomlnnl unchanged prlce.i;
state, common. 4fi5c; prime, 4ft5'4e;
choice, 6M(6o, fancy, OfjOHe. I'ruiies. nam,
Innlly 3Ho8Ho per lb., as to size and nuiil
Ity. Apricots, Royal, llftHc; Moor I'nrk,
15'SI6c, I'enches, jieeled, I6'n20c; iinpeebid,
6i(9c,
(III lrUel.
LINKHPOOL. Oct. 26 OILS -Turnenllne
spirits, steady, 31s 9d, Linseed, easy, 35s
i.(j.-m)u,-n., uci, i, uw.a i urpenuno
spirits, 31s lO'.sd.
Cattle. Hogs. Sh'p.
3.1
127
65
432
80
66
51
130
51
4
712
1.021
1,087
1.496
1,305
66
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tho num
ber of heud Indicated:
nuyers.
Omaha Pnelclnir fn
O. M. lluinmnnd Co
Swift and Company
Ciidnhy Packing Co
Annour & Co
Omnha Packing Co., K.C.
O. If. Hammond Co.. K.C.
Armour & Co.. K. c
R HrH'kor fi Dpgnn
Lobman A Co
W I Mlnlillnn
Livingstone Schnller... 101
Hamilton Rotbsrhlld... 40
Other buyer.! 153 .... 89.1
Totals i,45i 5.C8I 9T9
(,;TTi,,I':"TllVre was " v,'r-v "ght run of
cattlo here today and hardly enough to
make a market. Huyers. however, seemed
to take hold with considerable Mfe and
bought up practically f very thing thut wns
orrerod. Salesmen remarked that thev
nover saw u Friday when the yards were
Today "P btt,er "ml,e tl111" 'hey were
Thero were only a few corn cattle on
i...5P.'I'V' i,bul. tU?" ,l,!,t w,ro "ffcred
brought fully steady prices. Huyers all
seemed tn bo looking for cnttlo and us a
result everything offered was sold ut an
it rly hour. Prices nre now probably 10jj
La lilgher on the good kinds than they
wero at the close of last week, but tho
commoner grades havo not shown much of
l ows were
fllfirt In vnnii .1 .. ........ I .. .. I .1...
II... - , , . n' i-iiinuu Uliu till-
LirLi ,HJX ,0'"'? "" "i!.1 ''"nnged hands nt
good, strong prices. They were mostly on
dinner order, very few irood i-nu-u
tho
"uiiib ouereii. 1 ne cow market has been
L.K0(X1 Hh'p!" uU ,hp ''lt and prices
havo advanced nn nrurit- aii ii... ....! '7.
big roV7opX,.monfSt kl,u,s wf c.'
i,Z!'.i lVw '"JK n the mnrket today
brought Just iibotit steady prlens. Re
m'1.8 .V ' "Kht all the week, so
that, although the country demand hns
not been ns good us It has been most of
the time, prices have picked up u trl e
good kinds than they were a week ngo.
Stock cows and heifers have also been In
light supply and have advanced fully us
nf i,nir."Jhe feetl,;r'i- rie common kinds
Si,,! , nii'V" "'"i1 ,,rlf"r rp 110 higher.
Stock bulls liuve ulso gone up all of lojilte
rile better quality of western beef cattle
have been good sellers nil the week nml
nre lW5o higher limn they were at the
close of last week. Oood cows are gener
a y 15o higher for the week and so are
nil kinds, with the exception of the
common eunners. which are no more than
f'T-V, stockern and feeders are
prouani) ionise higher, but meril
".n n... rviiiun nil 11 MKIWI1 110 IllprOVC
. i i'i tni ii in in r riiurN.
HKKI
Pr.
strings of hogs, but they got very few nt
that figure. Sellers were holding for more
money und us n result buyers had to rulse
their hnnds. The hogs were all sold early
In tho morning, the bulk; of them going
from $1.65 lo $4.60. with the long string nt
$4. 6.4 and the top at $I.62V,. Yesterday the
bulk was from $4.45 to $1.60, so Hint today's
market Is Just about 10c higher It was a
good, active market from mart to finish
nnd the close was strong.
As will be seen from the tnble of average
prices, the loss on Wednesday nnd Thurs
day wns nearly regained today and the
market Is now iiboul 7e higher than on
rriuny ot iaei week, ueprrscutntlve sales:
No
17..
67 .
SO..
66. .
14..
31..
03..
89..
S7..
5S..
21 . .
57..
63..
36..
70..
61..
19 .
58..
74 .
41..
62 .
68..
75 .
68 .
6.1 .
71..
73 .
8J
67 .
I'-! .
IVi
0.1
91
55 .,
66 .
Is
32 .
61
7''
65 .
76
7.1 .
69.
62
AV
...97
..299
. .367
..277
..312
..211
. .210
..291
. .260
..278
t-
! .209
..18S
. .256
. 305
..189
252
;295
..23.S
..305
..286
. .273
. .262
..233
..213
.231
. 257
. 277
291
. 262
. 218
. 276
2V1
309
..250
2.18
2.11
27S
. 210
. 230
. 2Vi
,2;i9
Hh.
160
120
80
40
llll
SO
80
120
160
80
40
120
40
40
100
80
80
80
80
40
100
Pr.
.". m
I 60
4 t2'.4
4 .V,
4 Ts5
4 65
I M
4 6."
4 55
4 no
4 ."5
4 Ki
4 65
4 65
4 55
4 55
4 65
4 f.7'i
4 674
4 674
4 674
4
I Ol'j
4 67,
4 f74
I 674
4 57!, 7:
No.
67...
0.1...
01...
OS...
71...
62...
49...
68...
64...
45...
63. . .
67...
61 . . .
21...
74...
69...
Av, Hh. Pr,
120
100
SO
4 57' 4
4 674
I 574
4 575
4 57'4
4 iT'5
4 5-1,4
4 574
4 .74
4 574
4 574
4 574
4 674
4 574
4 574
I 574
67...
68...
61...
79...
42..,
68...
75 .,
61...
76...
CO. . .
7.1...
51...
64...
89...
46...
OS...
(W...
87...
67...
45...
87...
08...
60. . .
64...
(VV . .
60
...111
. . 257
...285
...247
...265
...261
. . .280
...272
...280
. . .257
...209
. . .21.
...218
...270
22o
!!'.26l
"78
.. .266
...225
...371
...229
...198
. . .272
...230
...220
.. 161
...XXI
120
SO
SO
SO
11.1
100
200
40
SO
16J
40
80
. .o.i.
..258
. .216
..205
..261
..288
..20..
..215
. .25.1
..271
..219
..240
.245
120
120
160
160
120
120
SO
so
40
iiii
80
80
120
40
40
10
80
200
160
674
4 574
4 674
4 f7'4
I 5714
4 574
4 T74
4 67U
4 574
4 574
4 674
4 n?4
4 674
4 674
674
4 574
4 674
4 6TJ4
4 674
4 674
4 5-4
4 60
4 m
4 60
4 60
4 6)
4 01
4 60
4 V1
I 60
4 60
4 tVl
I 0)
l m
I f-
4 M
4 IV)
4 10
4 IV)
4 60
4 60
4 no
4 60
1 ...ii
Oil 1. 1 I 'I'I, .... 1 . . r M. 1. .1
rtf 1 - - nt-r- only aooui e.-ti u-.m
i"T market today, and ns buy-
ii,V,i '.i '"'"'th were rnther far npoxt In
t eir views us to what they should liritu;
tlln market uiim .lull A .. I.,, hnilr lint
i"1!?'1, "V' "n done, but what did sell
irought Just alio, steady prices with yes
leru.ij. I he demit.id nn the part of packers
WUS III Cm, I .1,,,,,.. r... .1.. 1.' ..... . t
I...... 1 ,iii, ,ui inr- ut-iii-i Kiiiuiin , .
hoth sheep nml lambs, but they claim that
prices here are nml hnt'n h,n ion hlch m
cnmpiirlson with Chicago und other points.
"o1wernM 11 r,'s,!" tncv w'lnt to buy them
"Not nillcll nf
today on the feeder mnrkt The ilemHiid
W'US not Hurt ItMllfirL, o,.ll. l.itl nplni.B Iml.t
about stendv. '
Quotations: Clinlrn welern t-rusn wel'l.
erH. $3.6lV!l.1.nil- olinln.. iirn.i .... rtl r, tro tl I'.l
(Sr.l.); choice ews, $3.26iprS.60'; fair to good
ewes, $3.0OiT,1.25: cull ewes, $2.5083 00: choice
"in ing lamns. j.i.wnh.in; rnlr to goon spring
Inmbs, $l.75?i5.00; reeder wethers, $3.35fi3.65;
reedcr lambs, $4.&l.40. ReprcrcntatlVJ
sales :
No.
Nebraska feeder ewes...
91 Nebraska feeder ewes...
Z western ews
1 Nebraska ewe
il Nebraska cull Inmhs
-i .Nebraska lambs
CIIH'Atill LIVi: STOCK MARK I IT.
Cnllle Oenrriilly Slrndv lions Are
Active ii ml Ten Centn HlKlipr.
CHICAGO. O.-l 26 -CATTt.l" lli-eelnts
2.500 head: generally stendv. natives, best
on sale, 1 carload at $5.90. prime steers. $5.61
ino.iw; poor 10 mcmum. Sl.4tnio.50. se'ected
feeders, slow. $3.76714 40. mixed stockers.
weak. $2 5Cfi3.05; cows. $2 7W.25; heifers.
:iii'((4 75; dinners. $2 0O2.60; bulls, J2.50ff'
10: cnlves. Il.iVnlV5fl Tex.ins. reeelnts 5.VI
head: fed steers. 11 00H-I.90. irriiss steers.
$J 35U4.15; bulls. $2 75if3 25.
MOOS-Receipts today. 21.000 head: to
morrow, estimated. 16.000 head; left over.
.HOO head: active. 10c hlcber: ton. 14.97U.:
mixed and butchers. $4.fiiJi-4.924; good t"o
choice, heavy. $4.6.rH4 924; rough heavy,
$4.5(ffi4 60; light, $(.4.,ffl.9.J; bulk of sales.
$4.6,tf 4 SO.
SIIKKP AND LA MHS Receipts, 6.IW
head; steady; 174 fancy sheep, averaging
118 lbs., nt 34.25: cunil to choice uotliMi-a
$3.S61f4.10; fulr to choice mixed. $3.40a"l.95;
western sheen. J3.9iVf 4.10: Terns shen 1? M
(?3.60; native lambs, $4.25fti).50, western
imniis, J4.7wrjO.40.
St. Joseph I, Ire Stock.
SOUTH ST JOSFPII. Oct. ".'.-i.-in.,,! i
The Journal quotes.
i a i i L,i-.--neceipts, sw bend: market
steady, to 10c higher, quality poor: nntlves,
$4.1n'iin,25. Texas nnd westerns is r.A3.1 in,
cow;s and heifers, J2.101i-4.Ki; bulls and stags.
$2 2.i4. tn, yearlings and calves. $3.354,4.40:
P'ockers ana reedcre, J3.0ftif4.15; veals, $4.l
llOOS Reeelnts. 4.3fiO head: nmrltnt r.fT,Uo
higher: all trades. M 5Mj-I 7n hniw ,r mil,,a
ti.iWa I iVl
SIIKKP A VI I l.ivni!-n.ini. .-n
head; market active, steady; Iambs. $l.6njr
30; sheep. $3.60i 1.00.
Av. Pr
96 2 !0
97 2 )
76 $2 ".0
8" 3 Xi
63 I 3.
88 I v .
No.
1..
1..
4..
10....
1.
1.
Av.
.. 840
..1160
..1145
.. SIS
..1055
..1000
.. 720
.. 825
.. SCO
..1220
.. 885
..1020
.. S10
..1036
. .1000
. .121X1
3 10
4 50
I 05
4 I'm
4 75
4 76
t
1 00
1 00
2 00
2 N1
2 40
2 60
2 70
2 70
STKKTI.S.
No.
21
IS
21
39
4
Av.
. 991
.1191
.1037
.1219
.1312
3...
1...
1...
10...
1...
430 2 1
920 3 25
STOCK COWS
953 2 00
950
896
710
HmO
151
COWS.
1
3
1
1
7
11
19
1
2 75 1
3 01
IIKIFKRS.
1. ...
....1230
1080
920
....1170
....1107
....1090
....1078
....1280
....10S0
Pr.
5 00
5 15
6 20
6 25
6 10
3 00
3 10
3 15
3 35
.'I 40
.1 40
3 40
3 75
4 50
2 20
2 !0
2 75
2 SO
AND
4
1..
13 .
820 3 55
IIKIFKRS.
67;
. 90.1
. 70)
. 6.MI
. 719
.1025
.. 980
..1305
1..
7..
5..
1..
50..
HULLS.
1310 2 15 1...
1335 2 15 I...
1590 2 IK
STAOS.
1013 3 00 -7
STOCK CALVKS.
290 I'd
STOCKKRS AND V
85
2 85
2 'M
3 15
3 15
3 20
3 16
3 20
1 calf
1 cow
1 cow
3 cows
2 cows
10 calves..
6 calves. .
17 calves. .
4 calves. .
1 cow
1 cow
4 heifers.,
85 steers.
10 steers.
96 steers.
49 steers. . ,
10 bulls....
25 bulls....
22 feeders.
3 feeijcrs.
S cows....
2 cows
1 heifer...
1 heifer...
1 stag
1 stag
1 steer....
1 steer
1 steer ..
1 steer...
1 cow
1 cow
1 steer....
3 steers..
6 steers..
S steers..
7S0
..1147
.. 825
..1070
.. 825
.. 8S2
... 450
, .. 580
... 770
...1056
25
39S
330
W3
452
2 60
2 95
3 ro
3 15
3 45
3 45
1....
28...,
1....
14...,
I....
15.
NKHRASKA
4 10
3
3
KKDKRS.
680 3 60
678
680
6;
750
936
3 50
3 60
3 55
3 75
3 F0
.1 25
2 35
4 05
4 (f,
4 05
4 (6
1 heifer..
1 heifer..
10 cows. . .,
. cows. . .
I bull....
1 bull....
3 heifers.
1 heifer..
11 heifers.
950
1070
. 882
COLORADO
3 20
40
80
1 COW.. .
1 cow.. .
810
710
104S
.1043
.1000
1110
,. 636
. M0
. 55S
. 901
. 9c0
..1IS2
..R92
..1024
..101(1
.1314
.1262
SOUTH DAKOTA.
4 10 156sterrs....lI27
3 60 Istcn ..1190
3 2', 2 steers... .1050
.1624 20 cows 1007
ll cows. . . .
1 ...i
2 60
Newell Neb.
.1 80 19 heifers ,
3 00 22 cows. . . .
.1. Kellev Wyo.
3 25 37 calves..
670
676
W.
S3'l 2 7a
''urey Hro
700 3 20
3 20
3 25
3 00
4 35
4 35
4 36
3 M
3 30
3 30
5 60
3 CO
3 60
4 35
A. J.
1010 3
181
9S7
900
3 10
3 10
3 25
3 25
3 16
3 3".
3 ',0
3 m
3 60
3 10
i o-,
4 10
I 10
4 10
2 10
2 25
3 (f,
3 00
193 I 80
,. 4?)
.1160
. 960
.1120
.1570
.1210
.1000
.1100
. 970
.1160
. 960
.1108
.1423
i.-H. D
1 bull...
2 itcers
1 hteor.,
3 steers
1 steel..
1 nicer. ,
1 cow.. .
1 row...
1 cow
1 nleer.,..
1 steer....
1 steer....
8 steers...
..12S0
.. 920
..1080
.1101
..1220
..140
..1010
..lO'O
840
12S0
940
1570
132')
2 40
3 ('I
3 (fl
4 55
4 33
4 35
3 30
3 01
,'t 30
:i M
3 m
.1 61
4 35
McKeun.
2 steers ...1010 3 1 Mecr 1130 4 e-,
Roy Ha sburv tt'vn.
15 steers .. 1226 4 05 2 steers. . ..1165 3 I'll,
3 steers... U-.O 4 ICi 2 steers, .. KS0 3 61
Merhs Wjo,
6 steers.... 1226 4 06 1 steer.,. 1160 3 to
Thomas Hualtt-Wyo,
1 feeder. 650 3 25 1 Fteer . 1020 4 If,
Unci - Llehl reeelnts. a imnil rlemnnil i. ril
higher markets elsewher all tended to
produce higher prices at this point Huy
ers started In bidding about $1,65 for
eu York Lire .Mod..
NKW YORK. Oct. 26,--HKKVKSRe-celpts,
2.974 head; good beeves opered
steady, common, lower; rlosttl dull und
lOjilSc on ror common steers, cows ami
bulls; steers. $I.2.V(6.50; hulls. f2.25j3.60;
cows. $1.4(M3.50. Cables unch.ii'geU ; idilp
mcnts, mi tihecp.
CALVKS Receipts. 170 head; market g-n-erully
steady; veals, $4504860. little cnlvs,
J4, grassers. $2.3i;i3.00; mixed and fad
calves. $3.26Sl4.m.
SIIKKP AND LAMHS-Recelpts. 4.31.'
head: market slow, sheep easier; good
lumbs. steady to strong, others neeleetnl-
sheep. $2.50,4 00; eulls, $1 502.25; huriba.
$4.75WTi.60; culls. $1; Canada lambs, $5.50.
HOllS Receipts, 4,627 head; market al
most nominal hut nteady.
Kniinnn Clly I.lve Mnck,
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 26. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 3,600 head natives, 700 head Texas
calves; trade the quietest of the week:
market strong to 10c higher; native steers,
$4.85'nu.r,0; stockers and feeders. $3.26.20;
butcher cows und heifers, $3 O0ir4.26; win
ners, $2,501(3.00; fed westerns, $3.604rt.95i
Texans. $3.nOft3 60; calves, $3.60575.00.
HOC.S -Recelpts. 9,300 head ; liest market
of tho week at SftiOe advance, heavy nnd
nilxeih )($4.0il1i4.67s; light, SI.K5fM.6ji pigs,
Sh'k'kP AND LAMHS-Itccelpts, 7.200
head; all desirable classes steady; a few
very plain kind weak lo 10c lower; lambs,
$t 0iKf7-,..on; muttons, $.1.6,V(4.00. Blockers and
feeders, $3.00'j4.nO; culls, $2.60If3.00.
St, I, mil Live SlocU.
ST. LOUIS. Oct 26.-OATTLK-ltccclpts,
3,100 head, Including 1,300 head Texans;
market steady for natives to strong for
IVxiiiis: native shlnplng and export steers,
$l..ivf6.fki; dressed beef and butcher steers,
Sl.0ivrr5.3.i: steers uiiilr 1 fttal 11. u tl rjnt. nr..
stockers and feeders. $2.25M 65, cows and
heifers, $2 20175; dinners. Jl.5(i2.85; bulls.
$2.O0fi.1.2.i; Texas and Indian steers. $3.00(
4.M; 1 ows and heifers, $2 3u4j3.4i.
HOOH
6,5ao hind, mnrket
10(!
rs,
RecelntH
higher; pigs and lights, $1 655(1. 65; piickc:
SI.55ffM,7"; butchers. $4 G1H 85.
HIIKKP AND LAMIIS Receipts, 900 head;
market steady, native muttons, $3.25i(4,AO:
lambs, $4.50fr. 15. culls and bucks, $2.0f-Tf
4.00; stockers. $2 50113 On.
Stni'U III sight.
Following are the reeelnts nl the from
principal western markets for October 26:
Cuttle lioits. Kli,.n
Ur.,,11, ri,',li.i (.lb r. in ,
Chicago 2,600
Ivansas city 4.200
St. Louis 3,100
6.710
21,000
9.3H0
0,600
4.788
6,000
7,200
900
Totals
10,619 42,619 18,888
I'lntt lii'lnl Itntes,
CIIICAOO. Oct. 26. Cli-urlnirs. twinuiM.
balances, $2,269,373: nosteil Ktrhinir,. ' ti'tn'
H4.85; New York exchange, 40c discount.
, ST. LOUIS, Oct. :C.crearingH, $.922,091;
bahiiiccH, $112,768; money, 4J7 per cent, New
"iork oxchungu, 75c discount bid. COc ills
count nuked.
CINCINNATI. Oct 21'. CLmrlnou dfLl .
000; New York exchange. Lllc dlsco'iint:
money, Va per cent.
t HOSTON. Oct. 26.-Clenrlngs, $19,968,679;
bulnnces, $1,670,657.
NKW YORK. Oct. 56 -Clciirlnirs. 11 M .
637,041; balances, $7,740,201
I' IILADKLPIIIA Oct 26 C ear nus. 114 .
108.110; balances. $2,342,280.
HA I.TIMOHK. Oct 26. -O car ncs. 12.955..
497, balances, $536,323,
JAMES E BOYD ft CO.,
Telephone 10:19. Oni!ia, Net
COMMISSION,
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lOAHD UV TKAUK.
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Limct wlrs te Chicago iud Nw Torti
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