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TITE OMAIIA. DAILY TtEE: SUNDAY, OCTOREU '2. 1903.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Manipulation lit St. L:nii Caused 8htrp
Adtatos in Price of Whtat,
PRICE Of CORN WAS ALSO ' HIGHER
Inflaencet r Alhrr Grain Oat Are
Higher ! rrovlaleaa Firm
X After a Break la Prlea - -
t Rib.
PHTCAOO, Oct. M.-Manlpultlon of D
wmlwr wheat at St. I -on In wan the domt
satlng Influenc In the CTaln market and
aused a shsrp advance in wheat; th Ie
ember option closing v.;i a gsin of 1HD
1o. Peoemher mm wau tip t,c, oat were
rt higher and January quotation ioQVPfro
higher.
Ituylng of both tecemher and Way wheat
hy houses with 8t. Louis connection wa
the feature In the wheat pit, and the de
mand from that sour became so urgent
with only light ofTwrlngs that the market
strong throughout the day. .Local
trader showed more disposition to buy
than for" some time past, although there
waa notning in the shape of news to war
rant such action. The only semblance of
bull factor wsa the possibility of war In
the orient nd the small movement In the
northwest, but thl waa sufficient to create
at strong demand. December opened He
lower to higher at Prqxt)a.. and soon
after the opening when the price of De
cember at (It. Louis began to advance by
big stride due to the congested condition
of the market there, the price here followed
ult and remained strong. The high point
was reached lust before the close, when
recember sold up to 81V- The close wa
at 8iv&slc. a gain of l1'alV,c for th day.
Clearance of wheat end flour were etual
to 273.100 bushels. Primary receipts were
1,067,800 bushel, against 1,271.000 bushels a
year ago. Minneapolis and Duluth reported
receipts of 611 cars, which, with local re
ceipt of si tars, none of contract grade,
made total receipts for the three points of
672 cars, against 649 car last week and 8S3
cans a year ago.
Corn was firm In the face of a somewhat
Isns-ntd trade, entailer receipts than esti
mated, strength In wheat and a fairly good
hipping demand were the main supporting
features. Cash house were buyers of both
December and May and there was also
good buying by commission houses. After
selling between 44V40 and Ac December
closed with a gain of 44.C at 44N,c. Local re
ceipts were 114 cars. 133 of contrsct grade.
Oat were Influenced by the bullish senti
ment In other grains and the market
how a . good advance. There was con
nlclerable anxiety on the part of local
shorts to cover and-offerings In general
were light. December closed with a gain
cf c after ranging 8tVifc.Wc. LrOcl re
elpta were 2X7 cars.
Rlha for Dctnhsr deliver v had a shard
ja. break early In the day. but later reacted,
, recovering all of th early loss. The balanc
or me list was nrnv tnrougnour. me session,
tho strength In grain being the chief In
fluence. January pork closed 220 higher
at $12 15, January lard wa up l&c at b.70,
while ribs were 10o higher at $6.35..
'Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
at cars; com, 3S6 cars; oat, J30 car; hog,
81,000 head.
Th leading futures ranged, as follows: -
Artlcles.l Open. High. Low. I Close! Yes' v.
Wheat ' . f I
Dec. SO-fJH KS 80 - MHl SOU
Corn
Oot. 43 4!04
Dec. ,444 44H 44Vi 44H 444
May v)t ay, 43Vt3 htfi : 43 .
Oat III
Oct J1 M
Dm.:, 8H 36H H 3V iW
May - Stf 37V. i' W
POctT 11 25 11 15 11 af 11 25 11 1
Jan. 11 7H 12 15 11 7H 12 15 11
May 12 10 13 32 11 10- I 12 S2Vi U lb
Lard- I I
Oct. BZH 65 6 6 56 I 6 40
Deo. - 62Vk 8.674 52', 6 674 45
Jan. '6 55 6 70 6 55 6 70 6 55
May (66 67V4 6 65 7741 6 65
Ribs
Oot. . 750 T 75 7 85 7 75 775
Jan. 625 685 625 685 6 2ft
Hay 45 6 47 Iti (47V, 6 17V
NtX 1 NW.
Cash quotation were a follow:
FLOUR Firm; winter patent, 84. 00-3
4 20; straights, 83.70Zf4 10: spring patents,
$.1M14.W: straight, fa.7090; bakers, KM
tM.4o. - - --- , - - -'
No; , 764o;' No. red. 81
88ic. ' ' ' '
CORN-Ntx X 4414c; No. S yellow. 45M346C.
OATS-No. l76Ho; No. a white, S8c; No.
I whits, WtfBKc. .
RYK No. , 666. , ,
KARLBY Pair to choice malting, 47(JJ66c.
8EM"ti No. 1 flax, Wc; No. 1 northwest
rn, SOVfco. Prime timothy, $2.66. Clover,
contract grade, $10.75. .
VROVISIONa Mes pork, per bbl., $11.25
?U.30. Lard, per 100 lbs.. WS7V,g60. Bhort
ribs lde (loose). $7.0(kQ1.. Bhojt clear
aide (boxed), I7.2CC7.37V4.
The following were the receipt fcnd ship
ments of flour und grain:
Receipt", fltilpments.
Flour, bbl 29.100 23.6'H)
Wheat, bu K,400 221. (WO
Ctrn. bu S.1W 4,&u0
Oat, bu. ,....l!7,7oO . 3u.Ui0
' Rye, bU 50,000 114.H0
Barley, bu. 8S,4oO l,2o0
On the Produce exchange today th but
ter market waa steady; creameries, 15V1
21c; dairies, 14&18c. Kggs, steady; at mark,
case Included, lhylilc. Cheese, easier, W
KKW VQRK CESE-HL MARKET.
(taetatlana of tk Day ' oat Varloa
C'omuiodltles.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 FLOUR Receipt.
to. 131 bbls. ; exports, lU.ftBJ bbls.; maraet
(rung, put not active; winter patents, h ou
ti-t.36: winter stratghis. 83.90(a4.10; Minne
sota patent, $4.jfe4.k6; winter extras, 14. B0
tH.lb; Minnesota DaKers, x4.TdQ4.iu; winter
low giaaos, i.f(iuj.ii. uy nour, n.ru;
fair to good, i3.26vi4M.4o: choice to fancy,
i VStyS 60. ' Buckwheat flour, itrro, tl io.
B U CKWH EAT y ulet, 61c, c. I. t, New
xora. .
CORN MEAL Quiet; yellow - western,
$1.08: olty, $1.04; kiln dried, 83.203.2S.
RYE Dull; No. 3 western, 6Jc. nominal,
r. o. p., anoat; slat ana jersey, objuuanu.
. BARLEY 4 ulet; tseuing. 40, c. I. f., uuf
fata; malting, ooibijSu, v. 1. f , Buffalo.
WHEAT Hoceipts, Xi.tlj bu. ; experts 77.
CS0 bu.: saiea, l.tww.wM bu. futures. ,oou bd.
apot. ' Rpot, steady; No. 8 red, kbso aievator
and 874,0 f. o. b., afloat: No. I uortnern
Duluth. 83Ho, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 hird
Manitoba, nominal, f. o. b., afloat. There
was a strong advance In December wheat
today on very light ofTarlngs, lower co.it oU,
with better cables and ftais of an aamu.
to manipalaie tho Deceiuber. itie cum
wa Very strong, at VtJe net advance,
helped by a big lis in Si. LouM. Mav.
iaJ-16o, closed at 83 7-lSc; July, tjJOc,
olosed at 80c;- December, 8ti87 -16c, closed
at 87c
t'OUN Receipts, 47S.863 bu.; exportr, 31,
4S3 bu. SpvM, firm; No. S. 61 Ho, naaninal,
levator aud 62Wo f. o. b., ufloai ; No. 2 y 1
low, bic; No. 1 while. Uc. Market was
uulet. , but likewise tinn , and nomeWhat
higher on cash conditions at Chicago and
the strength of wheat. The close was firm
and 44?Vc et higher. My showing roout
strength. Devembrr, fclijjlc, I'loeed at
aiy:; May. 4-JH4v-. rksed at 4HV.
OATS Hei olpis. 118 50) bu. ; expone, 46 -621
by, BHt, Hrra; No. 2, 42 Wc; standnrd
white, 43c; No. J. 40c; No. 1 wa.te,
434o; No. 3 white, 4Jl,c; tck white, 41
4H.V
HAY Firm; shipping, 6t5c; gooj to
ch-iloe, SSic.
HOPS Steady; state, common to rhob-e,
180S. toflXIc; IS 12. 8'ri2S4e; o.d. ftrtfl-; Ma
rine ooaat, !, Ss2c; 19)2. 2iy'c; olds.
ul2c.
I11DE9 Steady; Galveston. 90 to II Iba,
18c; California. 21 to 25 lbs., 19c; Texas dry.
to lbs . 14c. '
LEATHER (steady; acid. S3ftXVs.
' PKOVISIONB-Beef. Quiet; faailly, $1(1 00
910.15; beef hnns, $2150-3 00: packet 9 00
ttlo.ou; city, uiim ludia mess. $14. 00 16.00.
Cut meat, quiet; pickled bellies, 9uile;
rlukled shoulder.- 6t6c; p'rkled hams,
iVjlJWc. Lard, steady; western oleumed,
7o; reAnnil. quiet; rentlnenl, $7 76; So'tth
Atnerka. 88.01). Pork, s'eady: fumlly.
short clear. 814.0o1100; mess. .2.7M 11 So.
FilCK iteady ; domestic, tulr to extra,
46c: Jiimui, nominal.
BUTTER Firm; extra creamery. Jic;
creamery. nunon to chclce. lwJiaVy; irrl
i tat Ion creamery. )6&i8e; state da'ry. lifljjo;
factory. ln,iHi,f renovated. 134H7C.
CHEESE (juiit ; state, full cream, fancv,
small, colored. imc; Urge, colored. UVe:
, small, whits. !lVc: large, white. HVic.
Et-KJS Slrons; slate and Ptnnsvlvanl .
fancy, mixed. 26c: state and Peiinsvlvs-la
H-onds to ilmt, 31:'4c; western ex ras. a.;;
wvsturn thirds to so. I'lidn 17'fiXc; westers
Brsts. 4o: refilrated, IMi-'lc.
TALIAJW-Dull; oily. 4V; country. 44
POULTRY All V. nominal- ilr....4 1--
il'i'L"!r: M,,er" chickens, 12V,o; fowls'. 12V,
. J , H 1 1 0-
Ka.sa. til, oral. P,rt.lo...
KANSA8 CITY. Oct 14. - WHEAT -r-oiDhrr.
CH. ?,.; Ms W.WOSu; csh
N.l brt 7K.-; No A 70'7lVi N 1 'M'
Krjjs-t-d 3(jk-; No. J ri 8.'
Uw: Nil 3 wmKIc. r
COlt.S-Deo.u.ber, S7ytf7; May. S7o;
rash No. 1 mtsed, GMtC'No. 1 whJle. Vc;
No 3. Tjc.
Iath-No. 1 white, toisc; No. t nixed,
K 1 li-No. t 50a
HA If Ciio.ce timothy, tttCQIOiOO; choice
prsitle, lXi.00,
Bt'TTtR Creamery, lSVktn"; lry,
fancy. 17c.
OrilH Klrm; Missouri and Kansas, case
returnvd, JVc; uew No. 1 wbltewoud case
Included, lc.
. Receipt. Shipments.
Wheat, bu Wi) lo.9
t o. n, tu 11.20U t.6
Oat, bu 2o,0tO 'U.vuO
OMAHA WHOLES ALB3 MARKET. ''
Caadltloa af Trad aad 4aottloa
taple aad Faaey Prod ace.
R(ia Fresh stock, loss off, 19c -LIVE
lOULTRT Hen, 'iT.Vkc; prtng
chickens, 7Vyo: roosters, according xp Je,
If (Tic; turkey, Yi'iiUc; ducks, 7'tfsc; geese,
7c
BUTTER Packing stock, 13c; cholca to
fancy dairy, In tubs. 16yic; separator, tie.
FRE81I FISH Fresh csught trout, 10c;
pickerel, 8c; plko, 10c; percii, 6c; buffalo,
7'inSc; bluellsh, 15c; whltehsh. 13c: salmon,
lie, hsddock, 1'Jc; 'oodtlsh,' 12c; redsnapper,
11c; lobsters polled, per lb., 70c; lobs mis,
green, per lb., ,c; bullheads'. 11"; catfish,
14c; black bass, 2o2&c; halibut, be; ci apples.
Tic. henlruf. tci wtilte base, 10C; bluellns, o.
OY8TEKS New York counts, per can,
43c; per gal., $2.00; extra- selects, per can,
3ic; per gal., $1.76; standard, per . can, 27c;
per gal.. $1.35.
. tiRAN-Per ton, I14S6.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Denier association: Choice No, 1 up
land. $X60; No. 1. 8S.00; medium, $7.;
coarse, $7.00. Rye straw, $7.00. These price
ara for bay of good color and quality. De
mand fair and raoetpta light.
. CORN 48c,
OAT8-31C '
RYE No. I, BOa
VEGETABLES.
POTATOES Colorado, 75gOc: Dakota,
per bu , 7o;6e- native, 66T70o.
SWEET POTATOKI4 Home grown, per
basket, 75c; Virginia, per 4-bu. bbl., $o.ou.
UEAN8Honn grown, wax, per market
basket, Xu0Oc; strlug, per market basket,
40,'ifdoc.
t TOMATOF.S Horn grown, per basket,
60c.
NAVY FEAN8 Far bu.. $2.65.
CKLERY-Sroail, per do., 2035c) large
Western, 46c.
ONHiNHNew home grown, dry, per lb.,
lVic; Spanish, per crate, $1.50.
CAHHAOE Missouri Holland, 1VC.
TURNIF8 Canada Rutabaga, per lb., lc,
FBUITH.
PRUNES-Itallan, per box, H.00.
PEACHKB-L'tah freestones, 80c; Colo
rado Alberts, $1.00. ' -
PEARS-Colorado and UUh Kelfera, $:.00;
winter Nellls, $2.60.
A PPLK8 Jonathans and Grime ilolden,
$3.76(64.00; Michigan tak, J3.25&3.60; Cull
foruia BellMowers, per box, $1.60; New York
stock; :i.2('j3.50; Oregon stock in busliel
boxes, $1 16(Bl.28, ;
URAl'KK-Callfornla Tokays, $1.66; New
York, per 8-lb. hnsket, 30c.
CRANBEURIK-Per bbl., $8.50; pe box,
93.00. -
CALIFORNIA Qt'INCEB Per box, $1.65.
. TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANGES Mexican, all sixes, $4.00.
LEMON b California fancy, 8w to 8G0
sUen. tiM; choice 240 to 270 sixes. $4.0O4 26.
FIOS California, per 10-lb. cartons, 86o;
Imported Bmyrna, 2-orown, 15c; 5-crown,
iic; -crown, ic ' - I
DATES Persian, per box of 30 package,
.w: per id in bo-in. tmxu. no
BANANAS Per meiftura slxed bunch. $2.00
O2.60; Jumbo, $'.'.753.26.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEESE Wisconsin twin, ful cream,
UVjc; Wisconsin Young Americas, l.Htc;
block Swiss, 16c; Wisconsin brick, Uigo;
yi-onHiti llraberger, 12c.
HONEY Nebrassa, per 24 frames. $i50;
Utah and Colorado, per 24 frames, $3.60.
CIDER Per bbl., $5.76; per Vi-bbl., $3.25.
POPCORN Per lb., 2Vc; shelled, $&3V,c.
HORSE RADISH Per case of 2 doa.,
packed, 80c. ' -
NUTS Walnut, No. 1 soft -ahell. per lb.,
15c; hard-shell, per lb., 14c; No. 2 soft-shell,
per lb. 18c; No. f bard-shell, per lb., 12c;
Brazils, per lb., lli&livtc; filberts, per lb..
llifllltci almonds, soft-shell, per In.,
oo;
. Per
hard-shell, per lb.. 13c: pecans, large
lb., lO&llc; small, per lb., 9V10o; peanuts,
Per lb., tVso; roasted peanuts, per lb., 7c;
1 1 1 1 n .milium, . 14 l, iai. lllm.l J nut..
per bu., $1.25; shell-barks, per bu., $1.76'i
i.oo; Diack walnuts, per ou., 11.26; eastern
chestnuts, per lb., ISUc. ,
HIDES No. 1 green, 6V4c; No. 1 green,
6Vio; No. 1 salted, TVic;- No. 2 salted. 6Hc:
No. 1 veal calf. 8 to 12 lbs., $ic; No. 8 veal
calf. 12 to 16 lbs.. iV,c: dry salted hides. 8'di
12c; sheep pelts, 276c; horse bides. $1.50
$.60.
It. lioatla Oral aad Prarisions.
8Ti LOUIS- Oct. i-S4.-WHET-iHlrher:
December, 89ic; May, blc; No. 2 hard, 71)4?
sue.
CORN-Hlgher; No. S cash, 4ISc; track,
43c: December. 40Sc: May. 40c.
-UAlo lilgner; No. 2 caah, Hc; track,
sfc; may, aic; no. I wmie, a,c.
RYE Steady. 64o. .
FliOUR Dull: red winter patents.
$30&4.10; extra fancy and straights, $3.60
t(3 ; clear. $3.303.40.
CDKNMKAL Btesdy; 83.40. .
BRED Timothy, $2.00(63.00.
''BRAN Dull: sacked, east track' 72tfi 76c,
HAY Dull, heavy and lower: timothy.
i(.tK(i jz.ou: prairie, c aw io.oo.
lnurt uunun iia.o-ti.vo.
BAOOtNO 6MfVic.
HEMP TWINE lc.
PROVISIONS Pork Higher: Jobbing
standard mess, $11.85. Lard Higher. $6.4s.
Bacon, lower: boxed extra shorts and clear
ribs. $8.75; short clear. M.26.
POULTRY Steady: chickens. 8c: springs.
IVto; turkeys. 11c: ducks, 410pi gese, 7Uo.
BUTTER Steady:
creamery.
dairy. 1418c.
EGGS-Steady, 21c,
Flour, bbl,
Wheat, bu
Corn, . bu
Oats, bu. ,
loss off.
Receipt. Shipment.
11.000
10.CO0
.106.000
. 47,000
. 61.000
81 010
3S.0O
60,000
Sagar aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 SUOAR-Raw,
quiet: fair refining, 3c; centrifugal, 96
test, 3o; molasses sugar, 3c. Refined,
dull; No. , 4 86c: No. 7, 4.S0c; No. 8. 4.25o;
No. 9. 4 20c; No. 10, 415c; No. 13. 4.05c; Nix
11. 4.0Oc; No. 14, S6c; confectioners' A,
4.60c ; mould A, &.D0c; cut loaf, 6 35c: coarse,
5.3 ; powdered, 4.buc; - granulated, 4.75o;
cubes, 8,00c.
MOLASSES Steady ;, New Orleans, open
kettle, good to rholco, 81043c.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 24 -81'OAR
Quiet; -open kettle, centrifugal, 33
centrifugal, white 44c; yellow, new crop,
SSii4c-, seconds, 2t3',,c; new cane syrup,
S6c.
MOLASSES-Dull; centrifugal, 5jr'18c.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24.-DRY GOODS Th
week cloaca with material conservatism ex
pressed by buyers with regard tu purcnuses
for delivery. There does not seem to b
any definite Idea that lower prices will be
secured by waiting. The financial situation
Is audi as to lead heads of houses to advltte
toward I lie continuance of the general con
servatism which has marked buyers' opera
tions. Phllndelphln Froneo Market.
PHIIADKLPHIA. Oct. 24.-Bi:TTER-Steudy;
fair demand; extra western cream
ery. Jlc; nearby prints, lie.
EttOaJ Firm : good demand; fresh nearby,
27c loss off; western, 2fv.o2tk;; southwestern,
24'if'Juc; southern. S4f23c
CHEESE I'nchanged; New York full
creams, fancy, lie; clitiice. llc; fair to
good, ll&liiio.
Whisky Market. '
PEORIA. Oct. ?4.-VlI18KY-Steady on
brf-1' of finiHhed gondn, (1 'St.
J. LOL1S. OcL 2l.-WllIjKY-Steady
CHIOAOO, Oct. 24 WHISKY On basU
of high wines, steadv at 11 26.
CINCINNATI. IVt. 4.-WH1SKY-PUU11-lor's
finished goods, steady uu basis cf
SI..
lllaueapolla Wheat, Flour and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 24. WHEAT-Do-ceinber,
8tSc: May, 7c; on track. No. 1
hard. 83Vi; No. 1 northern. 8J'ic.
FLOl.'K First pateiits, 4.&, 1.6); second
patents. 4i'ii4 60; first dear.-., titOJW;
aei'imd clears. ti 4ui 70.
RRAN-ln bulk. lii.aO.
Liverpool Ural a and Provisions.
LIVERTOOU Oct. 24. WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. 2 red. western, winter, 6i lnd;
No. 1 northern, spring, no stock. Futures,
dull: October, nominal; December, ti&Wd.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed, 4
6d. Futures, dull: November, 42td; De
cember, 4s January, 4 d.
MHwnnkoa Ural Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 24. WHEAT Firm;
No. I northern oSittoVc; No. S northern,
oL'i"4n'; Nremlicr, l:o bid. .
t 1 )KNV liecember, 4Sc asked.
HVE-Ktrm: No. 1, We.
UAHLE V Firm; No. Z. tic; sample.
62c.
tnlatk Uraln Market.
DfLTTH. Oct. 24. WHEAT On track.
No. 1 noriiiern, JSc; No. 2 northern, u'c;
December. 77t'7lK
OATo-JCSso.
reorla Uraln Market.
PrORIA. 111., 0t. 24-CORN-rirw; N.
1 IAf; . No. 4. 4:'"c,
OA I rt-Meady; o. t whit. IiX36Vc; No.
6 WUila, So-MO.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Wall 6trtt DiiooTers to Iti Surprise that
tie West Bu Hone;.
4 ''' "
FAILURE OF DEMAND CAUSES COMMENT
. .
Boa 4 Market I Becoming; Active aad
(or Tim SAle Exceeded Those of
taehs, with Advaaca la
- Prices.
KKW YORK. Oct. 84. TodsV .stock
market waa almost Inert throughout The
appearance of a bank statement caused a
sluggish'' market, but the movement was
merely fractional and was not maintained,
the olose being Irregular and very dull.
The reserve Item In the bank statement
proved a surprise, the decline In cash re
sources being reported at only $3,009, In
iace or an apparent outward movement of
caslt during the week of between $3,000,M
and $4.000,0o0. Bank officials were some
what at a loss to explain the discrepancy,
btft some of them asserted that there had
bepn considerable receipts of currency from
iiuibko ana in west during the week,
and the explanation was hasardect that
this movement might have served to offset
the heavy outgo to Paltlmor and Pitta
burg and the cotton regions.
in iaiiur or the customary demand
from the west for currency at tht wmnti
has been the subject of much comment In
banking circles, but that there should have
been so considerable a movement In the
contrary direction In th middle of October
l quite unprecedented. It was suggested
a possible that local trust companies had
made transfers of cash deposit to the
clearing house banks.
London' uneasy feeling over the war
outlook In the far east had some slight
effect In the local market and there was a
repetition of rumors In circulation for sev
eral day which hav been a often denied
of an Institution In trouble at' St. Louis.
Thar was a deposit of 6100.000 at the sub-
treasury today ror telegraphic transfer to
St. Louis. The varied v of the demand for
bond was as conspicuous as for several
days and the number of quotations on the
tape for bonds exceeded In number and
variety those for stock for a good deal of
th time. A recession to 68 In United
States Steel preferred waa the unaettiinv
Influence at thw close.
Th activity of the bord market ha
beetl pointed out. United States 2s ad
vanced V the 8s and old and new 4s, H
per cent over the closing call of last week.
Following la the numhnr of .Imn.. r
stock old. range of prices and closing
bid on the New York Stock exchange;
Bale. High. Low. Close.
Atohlson 7,u0 64 6Ti
do Pfd 21X1 KXU. KliU W4U
Baltimore & Ohio.... $,9Jp 74 73 73
do l)(d
K7K4
Canadian Pacific ....
Central of N. J
550 116'
llK'-4 llStk
7Vx Vni'i
100 15'
Che. Ohio
Chicago afc Alton
200
9i0
100
400
2D '4 Z84
27
64
14
27
64
"
do pfd
64
14
26Z
Chicago Ot. West....
ao B pfd
Chicago & N. W
600 163 162
163
16
70
12
8"
153
230
19
66
26
66 4
4
100
70
81
l.-
18
94
17
31
Chicago T. A T.
do pfd '
C, C, C. & Bt. L....
Colorado Southern ..
100
'266
12
21
12
21
do 1st pfd
do 2d Dfd
Delaware & Hudson
Uela.. L. & W
Denver & R. O
do ofd
Erie
8,600
800
600
27
66
49
27
66
48
do 1st, pfd
do 2d pfd
Ot. Northern pfd....
Hocking Valley
do pfd
Illinois Central
Iowa Central
100 81
300 131
81
131
do pfd
Kansas City So
do pfd
Louis. A Nash
1,10 lOOtf
M
100
Manhattan L
Met. St. Ry
Minn. A St. L
Missouri Pacific ....
100 1334 133 133
400 107 107 J07
42
89
16
83
39
117
R6
1,600
'ioo
90
35
89
is
M., K. ft T
do pfd
N. R. R. of M. pfd..
New York Central...
160 118 117
300 56 66Vt
Norfolk A West
do pfd
5
800 20 20 20
60 11S 18 118
Ontario A Western..
Pennsylvania
P.. C. C. A St. I
100
eo
60
69
Beading 1
18.200
.100
t.600
100
4B
75
2S
60
do 1st pfd
Rock Island Co
1 do pfd
fit Loul A 8. F....
do lot pfd
do 2d pfd
Bt. Loul 8. W......
75
24
60
Tfi
25
69
63 .
200 45 46
'do pfd '
Bt. Paul
do pfd
Southern" Pacific ....
Southern Railway ...
do pfd
Texas A Pacific
T.. St. U A W,
do pfd
Union Paclflo
do pfd
Wabash
do pfd
W. A I E.....
Wisconsin Central ..
do pfd
Adams Express
American Express . ,
V. 8. Express
Wells-Fargo Express
Amal. Copper
Amir. C. A F
do pfd
6,300 139
138 138
S.600 41 40?4 41V.
300 17 17 17.
7
22
18
800
7.270
25
71
3 2T
70 7
84
4J0 1S 18 1S
1,000 31 SU 31
.... .. .. 14
.... .. .. 15
' .. 84
.. 2?o
1ST.
100
200
17,9-V) 35 84 35
8f tn 20 an,
100 66 66 66
Amer. Unseed Oil...
do pfd
z.
13
78
42
85
Amer. IiOcomotlv .
do pfd
Amer. 8. A R
do pfd
Amer. Sugar Refine.
Anaconda Mln. Co.
Itrooklvn Ranld Tr.
100r 13
1270 42
13
':
410 114 114 14
100 60 AO (V)
2,01 t 8.1 31
Colorado KftI 400 30 40
80
Columbus A H. Coal
Consolidated Oa ...
General Elect elo '. ...
10
Kit
61
. 30
er
34
13
73
20
MU,
13oH
70
213
7
62
14
68
28
T
76
13
8?
2C0 14S 14S
International Paper.,
do pfd
International Pump..
UU IU
National Rlscnit ....
National Lead
North American ....
pRflne Mail
T'eonle's 0
Pressed Steel Car....
do nfd
Pul'mnn Plaeo Car.
Renub'lo Steel
do pfd
Rubber floods
1 do pfd
Tennessee P. A I....
V 8. leather
do p'd
I 8. Rubber
100 70
70
1.600 93 93
I
jmo
100
kin
lt
5?K
14
76
'406 j
'6 76
do pfd
T'. 8. Steel W
d0 nfd i: . 68
Weo'ern 7Tnlon
Vnethern Bcvrltle
13
68
85
Total sale for the day. 124.000 shares.
, ttnaton ntoek t)ootntlons,
, TtriSTON. Oot. 24. Call loans. SfJN rer
?!: time loans, M? per cent. Official
i-1-.-tnaj prices on stooVs nnd bonds:
Atchleon Asialxamstad
do 914 liaiy Wal 17
Koa-on A Aitnor 4I Binfham 1
p. woi A M 11 ! aluaM( A Heels. ...4M
fWQ Elerate lW'-j Ontenalal 171
N Y. . N. H. A H...ll I'ooiw Rans 4
FItrhhura std.. IM't Dominion Coal tin
t'nlon Paeisa
TO Kranklln, 7
M.I Central
'iitrl Itt Miinawk -A
n Mnhawk
:h
Ajari
rlran Sucar ...
..114 Dacaola ,
,.ti;VPrrol ....
..1J44 Oulnry
.141 ISanta fa Copsar..
.. HialTamarark
.. tHa'Trlnllir
.. at t'plta ttatas ...
... Mi
... l"i
... to .
... I
... f
... 114
... la
std
Americas T. A T..
Co. F'eclrla ....
Mafia. rieetrU .....
d put
t'nl'ed Kntll
f. . Staal
do pfvl
W-ailnaa. Commoa
AaTemura
Allow ea ....'.a
UUj I lah
... '
U
Vlitorls .
Wlnoaa
Wolverine
... I
at
4
.8
... H
...
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Oct. 24 Closing quotations:
fonaels for siooaj... a)4Naw York Central .. I ri
do amount i Norfolk O Waalora.. 71
anaconaa ' sia
Atrkiaon . '. " 47 VafOutarle A Vaatara...
4 ;( I Paanarlaata
Baitlmora 4k Ohio .V, t'S Band Mlnaa i....
Caaadiaa Farias .. 11141, Hra41ns '. .'.
as
tl
is.
Chaaapaaas A ukl.. M I da lat pfd ,
sa
II
Ckicaco O. W.
ll4! do d pld
sa nfa
C. U, SI p
twDaar
lMMinr A k. C
do std ,
Kris
do lat pfd
do Id ild...
Soiasani Railway..
Wi do pfd
lS, aunt bar a Paelts..,.
4,Lnlos Paiilo
.... T'a' do pfd
ttlt.L'Mlod Stales Steal.
do pfd :
1IH
las,
4:a
ST
14
tu
Illlaola Canlral.
II',
L.iu,.lll A Naati..lM I da Did.
NiaaoMn. a a T-. Il
HAM SILVER Uncertain: Ki pr
Durirv. .
' MONEY 1V.JT1 per cent. The rata of rlla.
count In the open market for short bills la
J1 per ev.it and for three-months' bills
(a 3 'n't' 3 per cent. .
Weekly Stank Statement
NEW YORK. Oct 24-Th statement of
averaar. uf the clearing hulM bauks of
tills my It.r tlm rrk alir-wa: Imua, "7,
r.i!; dei ia, 81.1n 6ak IM'"a"a. jWsi..
714.0.V; dvcicaas. l2.lM.J. Circulallvu. eii,
802.000; Increase. Si;. 400., Legal tenders. $..
SfcO.o'iO; Increase. $il.Ji. Specie, $171.7".a;
decrease. 8164,2X. Reserve. 824,8T3.1I'; de
crease. $3.. Reserve required. $122 428,ff;
decrease. $."!4,200. Surplus, S17.JH4.4fsi; In
crease, $T.ll.2oo. Ex-l"nlted States deposits,
$J7,244,5o0; Increase, $01,823.
Kew York Most Market.
NEW YORK. OM. 84-MONF.Y-On call,
nominal; no loans; time money, steady)
sixty days. 4 per rent; ninety days and six
months, 4Ht6 per cent; prime mercantile
paper. 5tVU' per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bllU at $4 R57
4 fv.75 for demand and at 84 S22S and $4 8230
for slxty-dsy bills; posted rates, $483 and
$4"H; commercial bills, $4 82V.
SILVER Bar, 0c; Mexican dollars,
4Nc.
The closing quotation on bond are a
follows:
V. 8. rf. Sa, r...107V. Horklns Vsl. 4s...1M
do eoupoa Id L N. ual. 4 44
So s rex I'M jMn. COO. (old 4S....1U
So eoupoa 0t Maxicaa Ceo. 4 11
ia naw 4a, rs lttti no lit Ine U
coupon tr.H vise. St. L 4s... H
do eld 4s, re Ill iM.. K. A T. 4s 7t
do coupon lit I do ts 74
. do ta, rag 101U. N. R R ot M. r. 4a. 14
.do cuupoa liHI N. T. (;. sen. !.- H
Ati hlson sen. 4s lOOVt N. 1. C. sen. H lto
do ad). 4 t INo. Tarlnc 4a 102H
Atlantic C. L. 4s.... KH do la tol
Bal. Ohio 4i 1004 N. a W. eon. 4a N
do I Ha 7 Ore. g. L. 4a A P.... 1
Central ot Os. (s Pnn. eon, isi IT
Mo It Inc HI Itesdlng (en. 4a M4,
tTi.a. A Ohio 4Sa...loi St. U A I.
Ctalnio A. SSa... tJ gt. L. A 8.
M. e. la.lllH
r f. 4a. II '4
C
H. q. a. 4a.... M St. L. P. W. la.
-ti
r,
c
M A 8t P g. 41. .ln Saaboanl Air L. 4a..
A N. W. t. 1a....lsiH'o. Pai'lfle 4a
. n
, r-4
in
.114
, 7
.10J
.lit
. 14
. II
c, r. i. a. p.
71i So Railway Sa
n ITaxaa Jt Parlflr la.,
XH'T . St. I.. A W. 4a.
?3S t'nlon Pacific 4
M I do ronv. 4a
M If g. steal 14 (a....
H Wahaah la
T14 do deh. B
do col. na
OCCAStLs. 4s
f'hlcaxo Ter. 4a....
f'on. Tobacco 4a....
Colorado So. 4a
Denver A R. O. 4a
Erie prior lien 4a...
so general
3Wheal. L. B. 4s..
F. W. at D. C.
Offered.
U...104Uj Wis. Central 4a..
York Mining; Quotations.
NEW YORK, Oct. .-The following ar
tno quotations on mining siocks:
Adams Con.
!
14
baadvllla Cos.
Little Chief ...
Ontario
(iphlr
Phoenix
Savaae
Blcrra Nevada
Small Hopos ..
.. 1
.. I
. .4M
..1W
.. 1
.: tt
.. 5
.. 14
Alice
breeee
Hrunawlek Con...'..
Comatock Tunnel...
Cos. Cal. A Vs....
. 19
. 8
..
.110
..MS
.164
Horn Bllvor .......
Iron SIlTsr
Offered.
Rank Clearings.
OMAHA, Oct. 24.-Bank clearing for th
week ending today were $8,240,213.47, an In
crease over the corresponding week of last
year of S1.1C9.4P3 98. This week has been
the largest In the clearing house for the
last few months. The comparisons for each
day of the week for this and last year
follow:
. 1903. 1902.
Monday!. $1,602,971.40 $1,833.240 17
Tuesday 1,371,459.81 1,246,840.03
Wednesday 1,409,457.10 1,079,611.11
Thursday 1,287,267.28 1.111,544.33
Friday 1,369.463.43 1.132,603.50
Saturday 1.199,694.43 1.167,981.36
Totals.
.88,210,213.47 S7.070.719.4S
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24-COTTON-Tho
market opened steady at an advance of 7
point to a net decline. of 1 point on cov
ering and buying for long account, pro
moted by report of frost through the cen
tral portion of th belt. Receipt were
rather light, but the cable were under
expectations. After a little further firm
ness on the call the market, apparently
with expectations for a heavier movement
next week, eased off to about last nlsht
prices and ruled rather quiet but steady
Around that level. Trading waa chiefly of
a professional character.
. NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 24. COTTON-Fu-tures,
steady; October,- 9.78c; November,
S74i9.76c; December, 9.74rH9.75c: January,
9.804i9.81c; February, 8.86fo9.K8c; March, 9 9i
tt9.96c; April, lO.WKj 10.02c; Mav, 10.06S10.07c;
June. 10.09fcl0.llc: July. 10.1310.15e. Spot
cotton opened quiet and closed firm; sales,
6.8O0 bales; ordinary, 7S-16c; good ordinary,
8c; low middling, 9Hc; middling, 9c;
fiod middling, 101-16c; middling fair,
0 7-16c; receipts, 11,141 bales; stock. 116,800
bales.
LIVERPOOL, Oct. 24.-X)TTON-apot,'ln
limited demand; price unchanged to 2
point lower; American middling fair, 6.02J;
good middling, 6.84d. middling, 6.72d; low
middling, 6.66d; good ordinary, 6.64d: ordi
nary, t.34d. The sale of the day were 4.000
pales, 01 wnicn 400 were ror speculation
and export and Included 3,20 American.
Receipts, 14.000 bales. Including 13.700
American. Future easier; American mid
dling, g. o. w October, 6.49d; October -and
Novgsnber, 6 jtfxl; November, and December,
6. SOd: December and January. 6.2Sd: Janu
ary and February, 6 2oa5.27d; February Hhd
Marcn, s.ws.iia ; Man n ana .'April, o ztui;
April and May, 6.66d; May and June, 6.36d.
Wool Market.
ST. LOUI8. Oct. 24. WOOL Dull and tin.
chanxed: medium grades, combing - and
clothing, 17i21Hc; light line, 15'al7c; heavy
pne. iL'r()'i4V4c; tuo wasnea. vy(fc.
BOSTON. Oct. 24. WOOl The follow
ing are the quotations for lesdlng de
scriptions: Ohio and Pennsylvania XX
and above, S4rj36c; X. 30ft31c: No. 1, S2f?33c;
No. 2, 31ijj'32c; fine unwashed, 24025c; half-
blood unwashed. 2.MiTii'c: three-eighth
blood unwashed, 25(ti26c: quarter-blood tin-
washed. tfriaW. nne wasned delaine. 06c;
Michigan X anil above, 27 H; 28c: No. 1, 219
30c; mo. z, zxijj2tc; nne unwasnea, zir?o;
ouarter-blood unwashed. 24'if25c: three-
eighths-blood unwashed, 24&'2uc half-blood
unwashed, 24i2oc; fin washed delaine. 82
33c; Kentucky, Indian, etc., tnree-eigntns-blood,
2425c; quarter-blood, 2425c; braid
2-ii23c: Territory and Idaho tine. 14fU5c
fin medium 1617c; medium, lfll9o;
Wyoming fine, 14Sjioc; nne meatura. lai7o
medium. 18V4'9c: Ctah and Nevada fine.
Uyl6c; fine medium, 1717c; medium, 19'dl
20c; Dakota fine. 151c; tine medium, 164tf
lmc: medium. IW200; Montana nne cnoioe.
19(g20c; line medium choice. 19620c; staple.
zosi zio : mea um cnoioe. vnitie.
NEW YORK. oct. 34. WOOL steady i
domestic fleece. 2841 32c.
LONDON. Oct. 24. wool Arrival for
the sixth series of auction sales amount to
60,412 bales. Including 10,100 forwarded di
rect to the spinners.
Coffe Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2I.-COFFEE Snot
Rio. firm: No. 7 Invoice. 5 15-16c. Mild
firm: Cordova. 7i4fi)7V4o. Futures opened
steady at an advance of 6 points on all
positions. Th gains were due to further
active demand from various commission
houses, who were encouraged to buy by
firmer European markets and continued
liirlit reeelnts. Naturally realizing sales
were heavv. but the buying was sumcient
to atorb them and arter tne opening the
market ruled firm, net unchanged on the
spot month, but 5410 points higher other
wise. Bales were iWiai usg including
November st 1.20c: December, 8.45c; Jsnu-
arv. o.pAwim.rsc! Marcn. . (".iro.fac: April,
( 75c; May, 6.W3.90c; July, B.96c; September,
S.UOtj.UfjO,
4
Evaporated Apple and Dried Frotts
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 EVAPORATED
APPLES Firm In tone, with supplies
light. Common, 4filc; prime, 6;i;6c
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prune j
are still In light demand and coat advices
Indicate a slightly easier market; spot
quotations range from J',c to ic lor all
grades. Apricots are attracting a Httle
mora attention and rule generally firm
choice are held at 9 'to, extra choice a
lOliloiac and fancy at 1 Kit 11 Wo. Peaches
also seem to be meeting with a little better
Inquiry: choice ar held nt 7''&7to;. extra
choice, ?3atJta.o. and fancy, SWoloWc.
Metal Market. "
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. M ETA LS The
volume of business reported at the clos
In the metal market today was small snd
price . changes were few. Copper, while
more or Ies nominal, whs flruier in tone,
with lake held at $13.374rl3.50. electrolytic
at $12 and casting at $12.a24. For tin there
was good Inquiry and prices held firm at
$26,25a: 50 for vot. Spelter waa firm and
unchanged at W. 12H Lead was quint;
spot, if 50. Iron, nominal, quiet and un
changed. Exports ana Import nt Now York.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24.-The total import
nf dry goods and genersl merchandise at
th port of New York for the week wer
va'ued at $12,634,(01.
Export of specie from this port for the
week were $931.3 stiver and $i7.0r gold,
the Import being $22,136 silver and tX.SuO
guld. . .
Toledo feed Market.
TOLEDO. O., Oct. 24-8EKD8-Clover.
October, $8f7H,lld; Decemlter, $6.60. bid;
J tnuary, 56 66, bid; February. l.67V.b1(l :
March. $6 70, bid; prime timothy, $10.40;
prlir. ulalke, Wn T
Ions City I.I v Stock Market. '
SlOirX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 24. Bpecial Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. lf0 head; mar
ket steady; beeves. 14 0oxi5.Su; cows, bulls
nd mixed. $2 T3 41: storker and feeders,
$2 6173 6u; ralvea and yearlings, I2.2idil.4e.
HtiCiS Rc-relnts. 1.900 head; market ic
Liwrr at le.uOviA.ZS; bulk. tj.a,!j.lo.
t OH nm-.i noaln.
OIL CITY. 0 t M OIL Credit balances,
$124: certificates, no bid; shipments, 7411
bbls ! avert, 76 4y t.bU. ; rui.a, 12.710 bt.la :
aersge. 74 DS3 bids : sbitmenis, Lima, 14
a
j.i li : average. a.4.'l 1,1.1s : runs. Lama, tn.
.41 puis.: average, tr,wv buis.
OMAHA LIVE STOOL MARKET
Beef Bteers 8teiy to Btroo; for Week and
Cows bad Best Feeders Steady.
HOGS A LITTLE LOWER THAN A WEEK AGO
Veneral Ran of Fat Rbeeo aad Lanabs
Ton to Flfteea ruts l.uwer for
Week-t'smsjos and Lightweight ,
La sabs Fifty Ceats Loner.
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 24.
Reeelnts were'
Cattle.
Hogs. Sheep.
Omriai Monday
Orheial 'i'uesuay
Official W'efliiesday
Official Thursuuy
. .. 9.9L1
... 8,USo
... 9.517
... 4,044
... 2.311
... M
1, 446 ls,a2l
3,810
4,039
2.Wf
8,tit
2,930
li7297
19.22H
21.MI
26.513
19, isS
lk).2t -4
18,1.5
.4h3
tmciai vlds y
Orheial Baluruay....
Week endlnv rixi 91 u ci
78,151
90, 6
91, W0
Vi.oro
t,3M
Week enulng Oct. 17. ...27,113
week enulng Oct. 10..:. 81.877
Weea ending Oot. 3 3!.!W1
Week enatng Sept. St.... 33,927
Same week last year 36.&441
24,987
Rk-CEIKia FOR THE YKAR TO DA TIC.
1 tie loUowliig table shows the recemts i.i
c-tue, hogs and Snetp at South Omana for
year 10 uate ana compaiisons wun ihsi
year: io2. inc.
-'ttia 860. 7t 773.8i5 83.133
itOK .-. l,o3;, l,o23,;-t 14.1.0
beep 1,3,6.1 l..',614 108.3J?
Average price pAtd tor Hug at South
Omaha Iir wm lai aeve.al davi with com.
parisoua:
Cat. 1903. 190. 11901. 11900. DB.H3. 11897.
Oct. l.,i
Oct. 2....
6 62WI V 141 761 k 121 I 3 711 8 8i
S alaj 7 Alt a b, 11 4 Sl I I .'
Oct. S....I
e ttMI I 4V t is, 4 U S 66
oct. ....
Oct. ...'
6i 20 4 9.1 3 04 8 H
V a3 luf 4 all I i4 I 71
(Ct4aJ
Oct.
i 111 4 4 I 3i 3 64
4 to 3 Ml I 64
6 OS I k 691 I 63
0 U2 8o j 8 53
4 921 4 831 t 64
Oct. 7....I
Oct. t ...
' I 11 4 il I N M
6 41 V 7 1
6 49
7
381
831 6
Oct. ....
O 111
141
1J
Oct. It....
Oct. 11-....
Oct. 12....
1 ?4
14 4 92
a
6 15j
6 20
4 U Ul
3 67 3 69
( SOU1
m
7 07
4 93j
483,
I S3i
4 72,
4 XI
4 20;
8 fc 3 64
3 69 8 64
8 63 I 64
Oct 13....
Oct, 14....
4341 '1 1
6 28
44
a
4 20
Oct. 16....
4l7St I OU
li
8 68
8 61
3 69
a
3 61
a tw
Oct. 16....
6 8bH 6 91
6 22
Oct, 17....
6 224,1
I 15
6 29i
4 64
4 16
3 70
Oct. 18....
Oct. la....
7 02.
6 2
4 62i 4 10
8 67
I 11H
6 23
6 26
4 51
4 15
t 73
Oct. 2o....
J 6 IMS 6 92
4 681 4 61
3 71 8 64
I 66, I 62
3 661 I 68
Oct. 21....
Oct. 22....
Oct. 23....
6 07-t 82j
6 16-al 8 701
6 14? 761
6 14,1 6 74
13
6 iK
i 99i
4 62
4 61 4 16
I 63
Oct. 24....
6 01 4 61 4 14 8 56
Indicate Sunday. '
The OfMrlnl niimh. nf na m rtt alnclc
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hoars. Sh'o. H'sea.
xi. Br ot. f...,
9
11 "
61 3 19
Mo. Pacific 1
L'nlon Pacific '
C. A N. W
F.. E. A M. V 1
C, St. P.. M. A O
ti. ct M....
B. A Q
K. C. A St. J 7
C, R. I. A P., east
C. R. I. A P., west.. ..
Chi. Great Western.. ..
Total receipt 9
The disposition of the day's receipt wa
a follows, each buyer purchasing th num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha Packing Co 2 . 85 ...
Swift and Compary 166 60
Cudahy Packing Co 937 118
Armour & Co 868 ...
Armour & Co.. Sloug City ... 364
Boden Packing Co 226 ...
Other buyer 41 ... 420
Total 206 $.109 638
CATTLE Ther were only A few odd
bunches of cattle In the yards this morn
ing and consequently a test of the market
was not made. For the week, however,
reeelnts have been fairly liberal, showing
a gain as compared with last week amount
ing to about i.ouo neaa, out a comparea
With same week last year there Is a loss of
about 2.000 head. Taking the week a a
whole, th market nag been la very satis
factory condition.
Ther has been only A fair supply ot
cornfed steers on sale and a packer hav
all wanted a few the average price for th
week I a little better and th close could
be quoted steady to strong as compared
with tho close of last week so far as th
better grades ar concerned. The Common
and warmed-up kinds sell at such uneven
f rices that It is nara to quote a market on
hem, but they are probably no better than
they were a week ago. Good to choice
grade sell from $5 to $5.60, fair to good
from $4.76 to 6.00, and the common and
short fed grades go from $4 60 down.
't ne weeK openea wun a aecnne in tn
price of cows owing to a more . liberal
proportion of the receipts being made up
of cow stuff. After the middle of the week,
however, th tendency of prices was again
upward, so that the loss has lust about
been regained. There has been considera
ble unevenness to tne market an tne week.
so that In some places the market still
looks a little lower, but th change la
hardly enough to be worthy of mention.
Cornfeds are still very scarce, but could
be quoted from $3.73 to $4.40. Common
kinds sell from $3.60 down; good to choice
grass cows sell irom $2.90 to $3. 61; fair to
good from $2.40 to $2.80, and canners and
cutters rrom i.7 to 3.to.
Bulls ar very little different, from, a
ar scarce, but could be quoted from $3.00
to 34.00. Grass bulls go mostly from 32.00 tq
$2.60. Veal calves are about steady, the
best grade selling up to $5.
Receipts of stockers and feeder hav
been very liberal all the week and the
demand has not been as brisk a might
be expected. The best grades though hav
held Just aoout steady, wnii tne less de
sirable kind are slow and fully lO'rilSc
lower than a week ago. The cattle selling
to the best advantage are the good heavy
dehorned cattle and also the cjiolce year
lings, eucn kinds may De quoted rrom
33.60 to $4.00. fair to good from $3.16 to
$3.40, and the common kinds go from $3.00
down. Most all or the feeders now com
Ing forward are western rangers, very
few natives being offered.
The demsnd for western rang beef steer
ha been In good shape all the week and
the same as with cornfed steers, the bet
ter grade mav be quoted steady to strong
and active. The common kinds, though, of
which there Is a large supply, are rather
slow, snd no more than steady with Inst
week. Tho better grades sell from $3.75 to
84.50. fair to good from $3.55 to $3.60, and th
common kinds from $3.1S -down. Range
cows and Blockers nnd feeder are selling
In the notches minted aonve.
a BEEF BTEERS.
No. Ar. ft. No. At. , Ff.
ii isis 14 n
WESTERNS COLORADO.
it feeder.. 754 $ 50 26 feeder.. 752 8 66
18 feeder.. 711 8 60 27 feeders.. 754 $ fO
10 feeder.. 601 2 76 26 feeders.. 606 3 65
69 rows 926 t 60 43 cow 934 3 60
SS cows 871 1 60
HOOS There was another light run of
hogs here today and. tne same as usual,
the trains were slow in arriving, so that
hogs kept coming In all the morning. The
market unenaJ steady to 5c lower, the de
rllne being mostly on the heavy hogs, and
rarticularlv on those of common quality.
The sood heavies sold lsraely at $5.10. with
the rough nnes going from $5.10 down to
8n. Th medium weignis sola largely rrom
$o.l0 to $5.15 and the lights all tTre way up
to 85.36. There were more light hogs her
today titan yesterday and that fact of
course helped out the average and made
the market on paper look better than It
really was. The market held up In good
sliape until about noon, when a few load
arrived, and they sold a trifle weaker.
The receipts of hogs- for the week ar
about the same as for last week, but are
about 6.000 head short of ths same week of
last year. Prices have been fluctuating
back and forth to quite an extent, but the
general tendency has been downward and
the net loss for the week amounts to nearly
a dime. The market, however, Is about
11c higher than the low day of the week
which was Tuesday. Keyreseniauv sale
No, At. la. Pr. No. At. k. r
1 ... t SO 41 tO ... 4 Mt
rf 124 4 u 14. IM ... 4 10
t7 Iti 140 ( 44 41 tSl la I W
n Jit id 4 i V ut w m
(1 s 4U I OT tl ... 4 M
ie txt ttu i m to I4i M t it
IT .! KA I 14 12 IfcJ ... 4 10
M tm III It 4 ... I I24
4 ill 14U I 1 It Ill ... I W
M t UU 10 V ll 4. I H
ad m tu 111 SK) IM lit
M 171 140 t 1!', 41 ;7 ao 4 10
41 u 40 4 Ult u tad tut I 10
no ... I tl Tl t lie I UV4,
It 1.1 40 4 15 (I I7T U0 t K
t ksl it I 16 la H4 ... 4 i:v,
ao a4 I I 11 4 to lto 4 tl
M 2W ... I II HIM IW IK
O : H I li M M 40 4 M
M 171 W I 11
SHEEP There were a few car ra ported
this morning, hut nut enough to mv
market. For the week receipt shot-
diicrase a rjcnirnri-d with last -ek
amounting to about S'.ou) head, but as com
pured with the corresponding week of last
year there is a g:ilu of ubout 7,uu0 head.
The tendency of prices ha been down
ward at all points this Wees, ana as
rvault prices have suffered to some exlen
here, but Quotations are still well In
line with other markets. The declln on
(at stuffs aimiunts to about IvfJIM In tlie
Htaj4.rlty of rasve. tnouxli home sale pav
ahuwn a Uttle wore lua than that. The
grestest decline seem to hav been on
yenrllngs and wethers.
The demand for feeders has not been
quite as brisk thl week, snd as a result
price have eased off a little. The am
a with fat Stuff the declln on the gen
eral run of sheep amounts to about IOuIdc.
Old ewes are around a quarter lower, end
owing to the big supply of light weight
snd bsby lambs, tho market on that kind
has slumped off In bad shape, sales show
ing a loss of 60c during the week. Baby
lamb are now selling from 82.60 to $::.uO
and fair light weight lumbs (ell from 83.00
to 83 50
Quotation for grss Stock: Choice west
ern lambs. 846o4.76; fair to good lambs,
$4,2644.50; choice yearlings, I3.4f.r8.; f tlr
to good yearlings, $3.25340; choice weth
ers, $3.1Vf,3.36; fair to good wethers. $8.10
$.36: good to choice ewes. $2.7V30O: fair to
good ewes, $2MVfJ20; choice feeder lambs,
$4.004.25; fair to gins! feeder lambs, $3.25l
4.00; . baby lambs. $260fi3 00: feeder year
lings. 83.2Mi3.60;. feeder wethers, $3.0(Vi3.2S;
cull and feeder ewes. $1. 60112.00.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. '
Hog Price Lorrer-Cattle Market Nona
laal Sheep Market gteady.
CHICAGO, Oct. 24.-CATTLE-ReceIpU.
800 head; nominal; good to prime steers.
$3.404y 90; poor to medium, $$.6fV.00: stoVk
ers and feeders, t2.25ti4.20; cows, tt.SS4f4.r;
heifers, $2.Hfio.OO; ennnrrs, $1.8S'rtf5.50: bulls,
$3 0f-r4.te; calves, $2.fyu7.00; Texas fed Steers,
$2,7S4fi3 60; western steers, $3,004(4.75.
HOOS Receipts. 14,000 head; estimated
Monday, 85.000; market PfjlOo lower; mixed
and butchers, $6.40'tj 5 80; good to rholre
heavy, $.i.ili5.70; rough heavy, $5.00fr5.S5:
light f5 rs-fj.fli: bulk of sales, $3.S5'fi3.t.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,000
head: market steady; good to choice weth
ers, t3.0O4r3.n5; fair to choice mixed, COt
J.00; western sheep, 82. 2604 25: native lambs,
$3.26fe6.60; western jambs, $4.00S4.25.
Kansas City Live Mock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 24.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1.000 head: market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, 84.50?S.SO;
fair to good. $4.00(84.60: stockers and feed
ers. $2.4nti3.20; western fed steers, $2.3;iM
4 26; Texas snd Indian steers, 2.7Fir 40;
Texas cows, $2.10tfi2.6O; natlv cows, tl.TTM
866; native heifers. $2.8fJ3.90; canners. $1.00
1(2.30: bulls, $2.0053.00; cslves $2 6.25.
Receipts for th week wer 64.709 cattle and
11.108 calves.
HOOS-Receipts, 2,000 head: steady; top,
$S.47i; bulk of sales, $5 1F'o5.35; henvy, $5.00
y5 26; mixed packers, 16. 2r.)6.40: light. t.331
6.40: yorkers. I5.35TK.40: pies. W3.vjj5.45. Re
ceipts for the week. 81.800 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.800
bead; market .strong; native lambs, $3.26J9
520, western lambs, $2.90i6.10; fed ewes,
$2.800375; Texas clipped yearlings, $2.50ffJ
4.00; Texas clipped sheep, 82.4Wvl.75; stock
ers and feeders, 82.00&3.50. Receipts for
the week, 44.600 head. ,
St.' Loots Live Stock Market.
8T. LOUIS, Oct. 54. CATTLE Receipts,
600 head, Including 400 head of Texans- The
wiarket was steadv. Native shipping and
export teer, $4.25b565, the top for strictly
fancy; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4.00(35.40; steers under l.ooo lbs., $3.40j(6.25:
stockers and feeders. $8.00f3.75; cows and
heifers, $2.25tf4.75. the ton for fancy corn
fed heifers; canners, $1,751)2.15; bulls. $250
ti4.00; calves. $3.O0fj7.OO; Texas and Indian
steer, $2.2034.26; cow and heifer, $2.0o
2 90
HOGS Receipts, i.000 head. The market
wss steadr to a shade lower: pigs snd
lights, $5.366.65; packers. 15 2V&6.&0; butoh
ers snd best heavy. $5.45135.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 700 head!.
The market was dull.prlces nominal: na
tive muttons, $3.253.75; lambs. $4.00f 5 40;
cull and buck. $2.004.00; stockers, $2,009
3.00.
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. BEEVES No re
ceipts nor shipments reported: dressed beef
steady; city dressed native hides, extreme
range, 6Hfi9o; Texas beef nominal; reported
exnorts todav, 9S9 head of cattle. I
CALVES Receipts. 12 hed: no sales re-
nrtrteri- eltv dreased Venls. tfi2VLC.
HOOS Receipts, 2.273 Tiead: no ale. I
BVIF-F.P AND LA MRS Receipts. 1 OOfl I
head: market nominal; reported sales of
few sneep at Xo.uiaw.orj ana oi tew mmun
at $5.25iVf6: dressed mutton, 5fi7c; dressed
lambs, 7(fl0c.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, OcL 24 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 68 head. Th market wa steady.
HOOS Receipts, 2.121 head. The svergo
of the market wa teady: light, $S.205.40;
medlvm and heavy, $6.10(&5.40.
SHEEP Receipt, none.
Stoek In Sight.
Following are. the receipt of lly stock
t the six principal western elite yester
day:
cities. Cattle
" Ilors. Bheeo.
Omaha son
Chicago 3"0
:.9.vi
80S
14 poo
8.000
8.000
2,m
1,800
2.000
1.500
TOO
Kansas city 4.'"'
St. Louis 600
St. Joseph ss
Sioux City 100
Totals
!.: ,2.8S1 i B.0K6
REAL E9TATK TR ANsFBJIS.
DEEDS filed for record yesterday as fur
nished by the Midland t.uaraniy ana
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1614
Fnrnam mreet:
Augustus SttJidnerg to Anna Carlson, .
nart lot 7. block ff. Park Place add...$ 22
The Benson Land Company to Sarah
M. . McMlchael, lots ana i. uiock
39. Ueninn 400
National Bank of Commerce to Hjlda
C. Northwall, part lot l, piock
Rnmia Park add 800
Charles H. Swlhurt and wife to Jame
w. shumaker, on acre in ne in
sec. U-18-10 LOW
Mary McD. Vosburgh to Jeremiah M.
Fitzgerald. lots jj ana i, mocn i.
fotter e i onp s seconu iuu
Joseph D. McHugh and wife to Qene-
vleve lylee, lot a una souin nan ijv
2. Mock 2. Hascair subdlv. ec.
en-it 1,500
Bam to same, lot $ and , block 79,
South Omalia
Same to same, south half lot 4, block
41 Hnuth Omaha 1
Otto L. Belndorff and wife to Charles .
ReindortT, lot 3. Terrace aon.
Omatia; lot '. block 1, Patterson
add. to South Omaha, and lot 14,
kii. a wii HMf arid, to Omaha.... 600
Willlum F. Lorenien and wife to Emll
Karsch. lot . DlocK z. usanoma
P.rb .llll 1.150
Annie Florence Hester and husband
to Patrick s. wcuuire. pan una i
a i.i. .. u "4 Hnuth Omaha 4.200
Annie Wucrth and husband to WU-
Hani Bena, eV sev sw sec. s-io-ja.. j.-w
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IP SO BI Y COLt MBI H O.V!4. GOLD MIMXi I OMIMM'1 STOCK OF
fHB BLACK HILLS, . !.. AT HO l'KXT8 PKR MHAItK.
HoniPtitako 8to k gturUd at around fl.00 por ghare. ' uilvnnoiHl to
$115.00 per nhure, and hn never nilsm-d a monthly dividend In lb pant
twenty-four yearg, thus, an, titvrs tment of $HK.tk lias !iovii tho ubove
proflta. ITiere 1h no reason wliy'OOUrMBrS CONS. HTOf'K aliould
not do aa well, aa this company, us It 6wnn 045 acrea of ground adjoln
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posit. The company lit inakliiif jstsjudy thlpmeuti to lis mill which U
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plettHl, will put the oolnpnny on an euortuoua dlvidond paylntf Imala
and cause the stock to show an cnoriuou advauo.
Mrlte for (nil vartlsalar. Tfcf stock ran fce purchased an th
Inatallnaent plan If lealveaL.
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