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TOE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1WT.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
th-er HolidAv- Wheat
" ,T AW4SVA4$vtf AAA vuv
Northwest Develop, Strength.
BAINS DAMAGING TO WHEAT
frverytbUg la Corn Mtnscton Teads
Teward Coatlaeatlon ag Straws"
Peek Market at All
OMAHA. Oct. 13. 13a
thUVr t,oc kv:day neai Ulaiaeie 111
trie Conuwoai ua ao.ouu suom
eireim. auu torn advancee was r-is-leivu.
i'ue weauier map haowi uiore
a unu,vorale vv earner m tnu
nuiihwt, and report eay termers aru
iiyuiK to uve the whaat in snocae trom
eJOiu aiid buaung. Liverpool cameo
re strong and lugner today on uuias'oi
epie arsuuUne news. . tue whole uimu
la uiwcu Duiiiau luui.ats ou ouia.ao cuuai-
i-'oryunug ui the coin situation io.ut.,
li M tAJUlllllAUVW ui eli'oue lall UiJ 1J
a i. a., vuujl. bxuppmg auaiMt j u-pt-cteu
to mcroaeo. sueiitntuuug me a, L
uatiou. i conaiutuabie lepiaouig
tx loim uura eukl iauuy, uta uuwuva
belug uie uafAvurable wuttu,
UnXavoralue weauuir uiu uigner cables
over the botlday gave wtwut a, uars e.l-
anee. Cash, wum wa etuve aim Lroue!
i iiwUAo Duhw.
6uiu4ia lu wuaat reflected to the com
nuuiiei ana some remsLaiemeul M ioan
nuii reuenuy aoki aaveuioea prices.
-u aorfi Kb iaMf nigaer.
primary wtoi 4t-c.u were
bushels and aiupnieuis war a tii.uft) huso
em, aaexnat, rciia lain. yeu u Vuo,uwj
buaheia and ehtiiaients ol aU.uu) bualuiie
Primary corn reoeapis war i.uu,u0u
bushels end alUxmaoi were o2?,OOi bush
els, againet receuiHS last year or iMMO
cuabais and ahipauint of 64. uuo busnels.
Cretwanose ware 417.0U0 buabela of oorn.
4r buabaia of oat a aad wiiaat and liour
quai to MOCU buahaia.
JUvarpoul ulueed tkU to bisbar on
wheat and d higher on com.
lbs following oaab aaiea wera raportaa:
TS'ht. No. i hard, a cara. ti.CB; caia,
al.pl. 4 oars, l.oi, Ho. 3 bard, i cara,
S oars, .j0, 1 car poor, 99c; do
rada, 1 oar, Una; Ho. 3 aprlaa. 1 car,
U-(UV;iliOL i Pacific. 1 car, Sci No. i
pajcod, I car, al.u'. No. miyMl, 1 car.
iutlhi, i cars, l.ul, No. mixed durum,
1 car. sec Com: No. I white. 1 car,
Cue; NO. it white, k cars, 6ac. l car, &c;
No. i yellow, 4 cara, too; 1 car, aso; No.
t. yellow, 1 car, tw4o; 16 cara. sc; No. i
mixed. 1 car, bkc; No. mixed, U cara,
foe; No. 4 mixed, 1 car, 6so, cara, CTc
Gate: Standard, 1 car, tbc; No. white,
b car, 4t4o; No. 4 white, t oar a, 4o; no
Ciade. 1 car, 4oc; 1 oar. 4Mo.
Oauiia Caaa PrUtaa.
WHaT-Nl. 1 hard. KLOOVWi'l.WVt:
a 3 hard. tttc&OLOe1. No. 4 hard. 97
OOKN No. 2 white, Miic: No. 3
wraie, MVittWO, r.0. 4 wnua, Waueic;
No. t color, tH;-Wc, Xo. t yellow. &'ji
Ob'io; No. a yellow, 68ghtrtic; No. 4 yel
low, m-tfitGko; No. i, 67-VJftiso; No. 3, 67i
(ibc; No. , oTiuioic, no Krade, 67367Vic.
OATS No. i white, ibTiiim; aiandard.
4 Wc, No. 3 woite, 4.ii(2Hb'40, No. 4
white, toVHoc; No. 3 yellow, 4Hi,jo;
No. 4 ye.'low, 6W6-oo.
BAKLdJY Maiung, CLIOQ-UO; No. 1
RYE No. 2, 96ii7e; No. S. 9696e.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago 146 li4
Omaha 7 M 3
UfAtfn r-' ft . v Avn w Air clfkra
Feat area of tit Tradliva; and Cloaln
. Prices oo Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. IS. Serious khortage
is winter wheat crop seeding helped to
day to run up the price of wheat- The
clue was ateidy at H&Hc to a net ad
vance. iatest trading left corn Just the
same as 4a hours before, oats a shade
to ia higher and bog products varying
from &t(jdc decline to i'faa greater coat.
Authoritative report were received tost
a large area of the winter wheat belt,
especially east of the Mlasiaslppl river
waa In an unseoded condition. This
planting delay brought about a large
volume of buying and sent the market
to the top point of the day. Uarlier In
the eesaton cables, more rain west and
a big cash "demand had tended to give
prioea a lift Particular attention was
given to an official atatement estimating
that the wheat yield in Kuasla would
be .240 million bushels leaa than a year
ago. There were aiao reduced figures
fur the crop In Australia. Cold weather
In the Argentina acted likewise against
the bears. Between the opening and the
dope, .December ranged from 93 to
tofeo, with last sales 9&H.O, a gain of
in the corn trade, wet weather was
offset by predictions of much heavier
arrivals next week. December awung
from t4 to Mfec, Closing ateaay at
644k&6tV. precisely the same as tha
Kid UP OI tne previous session, pjwi
grades were only in fair demand. ro.
yellow finished at 7720.
Cash bouses were good buyers of oats.
Outside prices touched by the decrease
option proved to do ana ac, witn
the cioae up at 'o.
Weakneea due to lower quotations for
hogs waa In the main overcome aa a re
sult of the strength of grain. When the
pit had been cleared, the renord showed
pork unchanged to i"o up, lard not
altered or 24&oc down, and ribs at a
shade to 2Ho decline.
Quotations of leading products were:
Artlc'll Open.lHigh. I Low. Cka&4Wed'y.
64 Til UV
4Tvi 48 I 47'
16 M 1 15 S2h! 16 20
U 06 16 12Vkl 16 06
i rrur. Tf,
1 04H i 04a '
77W 3 &3V
FLOUR Steady; winter patents, 3415
4.76; winter straights, t5J4 6: spring
tralehta, $4 eOQi-tu, bakers, 43 .7wS.lu,
KVE No. K. trto.
HAKUE Y Jr eed
or mixing. 30o4i1.00:
fair to choice maiung. r "'ai-.
bFEDS TtDootny, 313.0016.26. Clover,
114 002 14 60.
PROVItilONa Mess pork, per bbl..
rA.XlV.frlh.bli. Lard. Par 101) lba.. lg.77U.
Short ribs, sidoa. loose, 37.7ia60L tab art
dear aides, boxed, to Ji.7b.
lotai claaranoot) of wheat and flour
were equal to uu. sports tor the
wk. aa shown by ttradaireefs. were
equal to 3,730,000 bu. Prunary receipts
were Z.376.uuO bu., compared with tan.OuO
the correeponding day a year ago.
uiiruauHi roceauia tor urn
Wheat, (w cara. corn, 26 oars, oats, lli
ears, hogs, 11.0U0 bead.
Chicago Casli Prioea Wneat. No. 3 red.
ma'jac.; iso. a red. aMOo. o. i naro,
U.iiA&l.ue; no. hard, axuilt; no. i
northern aprlng, U-ljj'tU, No. 3 north
ern spring, tl l0i$lL3. No. 3 northern
aprlng, l.u7J.12, No. 3 aprlng. CHtfLU,
No. 3 aprlDgj Ujj2pl ID, No. 4 spring,
3X10; velvet chaff. MicillO, durum, ixcu
tL. Corn, No. 3, "lUlsC. No. 3 white.
7iHfi"72Hc; No. i yellow, . 77-jJ4c; No. 3.
Tl7jc; No. 8 white, 71'c; No. 3
yellow, 71u7i1'4c; No. 4. 7o4.;oo, No. 4
white, 71j.71fcc. No. 4 yellow, 71 713.
Oata. No. I 4c, No. 2 white, 47Vu-46-e;
No. 3 white. 47aS.4TtCi No. 4 white, 4ti
tUTa; standard, 4V48g.
Rye, No. 2, 7c Bariey. 7651.3B. Tim
othy. 3: 0016.26. Clover, (i4.uuou9 60.
KUTTEH Steady; oreamaries, AiigJSa;
EGGS bieady; receipts, 6.1.46 cases; at
nark. cases included 17c, firsts, Xc;
prima flrkts, 11
CHEt6b Steady; daisies, HVc; twins,
UVvUiiC young Amnricas, Hijlc,
long horns. lVll 14'iC-
POTATOES v eak. choice ta fan ay,
tUht; fair to good. 6i.
POULT PLY Weak ; turkeys, 16o; chlck
ana 10c; 'rlnga, lie.
vtAL bteaay, w to a) pound wta, 39
. 00 tO ti DOUCd Wta. UrrllU.: XS In
k) pound wta., lie.
Article RTDm. Chlnm li
b-ii vr w.i'ij
M! a0 Zi4 A. i
22 im w.)
receipts of wheat at CntraKn. VT.nneapo
lis and Iu!uth today wn- 1.3T6 cars. com.
par4 with l.M cars Ist week and 1.24
cars the cnrrespondlng day a year ax a.
NEW VOIK GENERAL MARKET
Qaotetlnas of the DaV aa Varloaa
NEJW rOBX. Oct. U-rU"UR Market
Steady; aprtn natnnta, Vv4 V, winter
Ftraigbta 34 00&4 16. winter patents. 34 16
134, aprlng clears, HKtftdi). Kaaras
straight a. 4 66ifM70 Rye fiour, market
firm, fair to rood. 34 ;s4i4S6. choice to
CORN ME AO Ptesdv: fln white an.l
yellow. Si4'S14i, eoara. 31 S-VS'l 40. kiln
V'HEAT Srt market strong: No t
red. 31 0, elevator, export basis, and $1
f o. b afloat. No 1 northern Dulutli.
Hl!4, t. o. b. afloat. futures maxKet
Ccnunued buying of Docember by mill
lntereats was a fwuure of the local mar
ket ' and chiefly responsible for 1J ad
vance In prlorvs Shorts ere influencol
bv bullish foreign news and hianer caaii
marke'p Final prlcea were top and Tv3
1'Vo bifher thin Wedneodav. rerembT.
1"?HvlS cl.M-ed at $14S; Miy cl-iscd
at 1 oi1". Rereipis, 4il.3iX bu ; shipments,
CORN Spot market strong; No. I. 7!V-.,
nominal, elevator, domestic basis, to ar
rive, and 77i.tc, nominal, f. o. b. afloat,
export grade. Futures market was nom
inal. Receipts, 60J.76 bu.; shlpmenu. 61,
OATS Spot marlont eaar; standard
white, 6210. In elevator: No. 3. tOai No.
3, 63yj; No. 4, 62c; natural white and
white clipped, smgWV. on track. Fu
tures market nomlnai. Receipts. l&)r976
HAY-Steady; pHme, tl 25H; No 1,
31 lcL20; No. 3. 31.1t)lJA; No. 3, 31.Ai
HIDES Steady; Central America, 200;
OEATH ER i"l rra ; hemlock firsts. 3MJ
re; seconds. LifiCiWo; thirds, la3oo; re
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess,
31.7oS17 00; ' family. fcaiUHtfin.oO; ahort
clears, ltv7Vijir .Vi. Benf, quiet; men.
312 iSll3 ; family, U3.60jjl400; beef
hams. 420ftgsi.6t. Cut mat. steady;
pickled bellies. 10 to 14' pounds, HI !(
12 76; pickled hams. 3U.iXi8'Us Laid.,
weak; middle weat prime, Jil l(a., re
fined, ateady; continent, 3? to; South
America, 310.60; compouod, 37.60tS7.7o.
T ALLOW Steady; prime city, hhds
Cc, nominal: country, 6V4Zo.
BUTTtLR Easier; creamery rpealale,
SlHiM; creamery extras, 8io; oreamery
flrsta, MVjjisc; creamery seoenda. taut
ic; process speoiaia, 2473440; pmoeea
extras, 2AVa24c; proceaa Areta, S3422c;
factorv, current make, firsts. 21a
CHEtBE Steady; skime, liU(.Uo.
tX5Gii Steady; freoh gathered .extras,
S'jjilo; fresh gathered, utiu. fliats, 21
ft-2io; fresh gathered, flr.ste, ivQJuc; held
freah, 'poor to fair, l.Vnltfc; freah gath
ered, dirties, No. 1. 17il7'sr.; fresh gath
ered, checks, prime, 15M:tfl6e; refriger
ator, first season's storage charges paid,
20W2ic; No. 1 dirties, 13i3ltlo; western
gathered, whites. 26i3ii0c.
POULTRY Alive, very weak; western
apringers, lli&lJo; fowls. 12fiH24c; tur
keys, 16c; dressed, demoralised; western
broilers, lli0ic; fowls, 10tga7c; turkeys,
selected. 25c; others. lOSDOo.
Kansas City Orain and ProviUna.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 13. WHEAT
Caeh; ateady to lc higher; No. 3 hard,
3101L0b; No. 3, $1.001.07: No. 3 red.
$1.0(S1.01; No. 8, 98c4l.i6. December,
$1 OohS LOOVic; May. U.03V3H3T; July,
CORN Unohariged to Vic higher: No.
2 mixed, 70"571c; No- 3, 70uo; No. 2
white, 7JS71HC; No. 8. TftflTle; December,
2c; May Mo: July, Ho.
OATfe UnchanKed to Vic higher: No. 2
white. 4S-4So; No. 2 mixed, 46V37Va
HAY Steady ; choice timothy, ti&M
19.00; choice prairie. $tf.6gl2.00.
.BUTTER Creamery. 2o; firsts, 8;
seconds. 24c; packing stock, 19c
EOGS Extras, 2&c; flrsta, 21Vje; sec
Wheat, bu... ....ltf.noo 47,v0
Corn, bu.. 4S.OV) 10,000
Oats, bu... 20.000 7.000
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 18 WHEAT De
cember, $1.00! .0K?4; May, 11. No, 1
hard, 31.10S; No. 1 northern. 31.08V
l.lWi'No. 2 northern, $1.0Mil.OSi; No.
8, 1.0Z1.04V. .. 'i ll i.hi'
FLAX-Cloaed at 32-4ft ' '! ,rl'
CORN No. $ yellow, Si98c.
OATS No. $ white. 4&ii4rt0.
RYE No. 3. 92HQ930.
RRANS21 .65.22 6.
FLOUR First Da tents. $6.40(3fi TV; aeo-
ond patents, 360OB6.30; flrrit clears, $3.90
4T4.a; second clears. M.stfliJi.
MUwaakte Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE). Oot. IS. WHEAT No.
31.08'a1.12H; No. 3 hard winter, $1.06$
1.jb ; ueosmrjer, L'J" ; ay. ai.vta.
OATS Standard, 4S44C
BARLEiY Malting, $1.1431-22.
lour, bbta ....
ve. bu.. .......
PEORIA. Oct 16OORN Higher; No
2 white. Tlao; No. 8 white, Tlo; Ko. 2
yellow, 71o: No. 8 yellow, 71c; No. 4 yel
low, , uc ; mo. 3 mixed, yio; mo. 3 mixed
71o. No 4 mixed, 70o; aaraple. old. 7c
OATS Higher; standard, 474c; No. 3
white. 47c; No. 4 white, 4VsC
Liverpool Graia Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 18 WiHElAT foot
nominal: futures, firm; October, 7s bd.
C ORN Spot, firm; American mixed, e
aa; nuures, iirm; January, aa Stad; irab-
ruary, oa so.
Dulath Grain Market.
DT7LUTH. Oct. 18. WHEtAT No. 1
hard, 311014; No. I northern, $1 OPH; No
2 northern, $l.O4Vaa..0V; No. 8. $1.013
1.02; December, $L.0D4wi-i0; May, $1.U
NEW YORK, Oct. 13-COFrBF The
market for cone rut urea opened rirra
at an advance of KgMopolnts on the
continuation of the active buying move
ment noted before the holiday. In sym
pathy witn the sensational strength of
Havre and on reports of continued un
favorable weather in Brazil lor the com
ing crop. Realising was very heavy
around the Initial flguree and prices re
acted several points, but soon firmed
up again, and developed even more sen
sational strength during the afternoon
when buying Decame more active and
more general than at any previous time
since the bull movement started.
Late private cable reporting that the
late flowering waa a laiiure ana estimat
ing the Santoa crop at from 3.000.000 baga
probably added to the strength of the
market winch established new high trad
in records, with December selling at
14.40c. The close was 2 to 8 points off
from tne best under realizing, but steady
at a net advance 01 points.
Salea were reoorted of StraSOA bajia
Closing bids were aa follows: Oobotmr,
November, December, tvsic; December,
m.wo; renruary, itvn; aaarcn, April,
May. June July, August and beptember,
Havre was 2j francs higher than
Wednesday. Hamburg waa unchanged to
H pfg. higher early. Rio. firm. 76 rela
higher at 3"0O; Santo 4u0 rela higher,
4a 3 $J00; 7s $ tm
Receipts at tha two Brazilian ports
7s,ow naga against 7b,u last year, jundi
year. any receipts 66.O0O bag a against
61.600 Today's special cables from Ean-
toa reported a firm market this' morning
at unchanged prlcea and Sao Paulo re
celpta of lU.OIYl tags against tt.OOO ie
previous oay. showery or cold weather
was reported In 6ao Paulo. New YVrk
warehouse deliveries Wednesday 26,4ia
baga aginst 20,s32 last year. Closing
Hamburg cable delayed. A big business
was also reported in tha local market.
one of the big roasters belna: credited
wnn purcnases or from u,uuu to loo.ouo
firW Mtfm T-ltut- VT T 1 f 1 L f. ILE,
Bantoa No. 4. 11Viil.o.: mlli. nominal
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Moderately High Piices Prevail at
Close of Session.
VIGOROUS UPWARD MOVEMENT
GeneraJ Eaoetrle ReaMads to De
ore of Reaeral Court Orderlaa
Dlaaolatlosi by Oala et
NEW YORK Oct ' n.Mod-ratol .'
Higher prices prevailed at the close 01
uxiay set-sion of tue stock exenange.
which mas characterised by the aame
fiim tone as on recent day a.
A vigorous upward movement In the
last half hour, of the same description as
that which occurred at the cose of the
preceding aeaciou. established a hither
lange m prices. The Harriman stock,
K. adir.g Lehigh Vail ay, Noriiittn I'acifw,
Aicnisr.11 and Amalgamated Copper, a.1
Mined a point or more. and Unlt.ei
Mates Steel nearly a point. I he bidding
lor Reading was especially kneu.
Trading in Arnerloan Tobacco securi
ties was the oouopicuoua feature of the
market. Dealing in the 4 per oout botula
amounted to $n,SoU,000. The 4 maa from
'JO to and the 4 per oent certificates
from sDJ to On the "curb" the
common atork eoared H points
Gerwial Electric responded to the de
cree of the federal court, ordering the
dissolution of tha electrical combine with
a gain of a point although it suhse
(juently fell back. American Bert Sugar
reached a new record In Its upward move
ment. The decline tu Allia-Chalmers con
tinued, the 6 per cent bond a falling 3
polnta to 66, the lowest price at which
this issue has sold since the organization
of the oompany.
Largely on account of the enormous
deallnga In American Tobacco eecurities
the day's trading in the bond market
was the heaviest for more than two years,
prices were generally higher end there
waa a larger inquiry for the ooet con
Steel makers reported an increasing
volume of busineea aa a consequence o(
rower prices. Still further concessions In
the quotationa of some products were
noted today. That the low prloee have
been effective In swelling the export busi
ness as well as trie demand at home, waa
Indicated by statistics of exports for Au.
trust of manufactured products of st.l
and Iron, amounting to $30.7M.onrt as com
pared with 317.2S.OfiO in the corresponding
month of last year.
Known movements of monev for the
week Indicate a further canh loss by the
hanks It Is expected, however, that the
loss will be considerably smaller than
last week. Bank exchangee thin week
make an Indifferent comparison with last
vear. the total having fallen off alurhtly.
Total sales par value. M.&32.AGO. United
States bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of aales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows-
ales HltH, Uw. Cine.
2vt 12 U
I too n
lariey, du BJi.OuO
icar 101 receipts- Wheat. 40 cars, with
of contract grade; corn. 146 ears, with
of contract gradai eats. Iu6 oars. Total
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frsjlte
NEW YORK. Oct. 1J EVAPORATED
APPLES Tone easier owlns to contlnuo.1
free arrtvala here Fancv. Itoaile .
choice. St-ac; prime, nominal. '
DKlLli JTKU1T& No cuanaa waa re
ported In the the prune situation sen-
erally. but deliveries on early contracts
are reaching here a nttla more freelv and
California fruit la quoted from 7 to 12c
UD to 4O-&0B. Oregons are Quoted at from
HVkC to 13Hc bid. 70 to 30s. Apricots re
main quiet with choice quoted at l.ifrlS1;
extra choice at lfaloHc; and fan'v at
17tfl7c Peaches more or lens nomlnai In
spot with choice quoted at llgll'c; extra
choice, 12-4 1--, and fancy at I2c.
Ralaios, q'ilet; loose muecatel. t'VS'Tc,
chesoe to fancy aeeded. fvatr.; eealeaa, 4
tio. London lajrera, $L4uu-46. 1
" w 'it"
'"im 'ii "
M0 131 14
100 22 '4
sno 104 lot
1.IS0 U414 U
AnMlgaixuit4 Cpper ...
American Agricultural ..
Am Bett Busar ,
American C A F
Am. Cotton Oil
Aroerloao H A U pfd...
Am. Ice &our1tja..H.n
American LtucMd .......
Amaricas Locomotive ...
Amarlraji a R
Am. S. 4V Tt pf4
Am. fttiwl Foauxdriea...
Am. Buaar Aetlolaa...,
Amorlcao T. A T
Amarlc&a Tobacco pro...
Anaconda Mining da....
Atchison lM ,
Baltlmnre A Ooie....,
BMhlehan Steal . ........
Brooklyn Rapid Tr. ...
Cantral Laatber pfd....
Outral or Nov Jerwer...
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chiracs A Altaa
Chlcao O. W.. sew
(Thloaro (J. W. pfd .
Ohlcace A N. W
Chlcaca, M A P....
a, a. a st. u
Olo-s4o F. A I
Oolaredo A fcouehsra.
Conaolldataa Oaa .
Dataware 4V Hndano
Doovor A Rio Oranda-...
DenTsr A F. O ptd ...
PUtlllars fkHnultlea ...
lf.Tla tat ptd
Brie id pfd
Great Northern pM
Oraat Wort.bm Ore ctts. .
Int. Met pfd
tot- Marine pfd
lot ernat tonal Pump
Kansas City Southern
K. C 80. pM
LooJartile A VaihrUle..
Minn. A 8t Louis
M . at P A . M...
Mlaaoori. K. A T. .......
M . K. T. ptd. -.
National Biscuit .
V R. of M M or..
Nw York Oantrml
K. t . a A w
Korfotk A Westers.
P . C. C. . I...--.
Preeaed Steel Car
Pull man Palace Car
PatlwaT Steal Bprlnf
Republic Steel pfd
Rock leland Oo
Pock leland Co. pfd
St b. A B. F. 14 pfd..
St. Louie 8 W
St U S W. pfd ........
Sluse-Bherneld B. At....
Bo Rallwa-T pM. eac-dte.
Texas A Pad ho
T , St. b. A W
T , Bt. U AW. Ptd ....
Cnlna Par We pfd
United Statce Peottr....
Tfnlted S'etee Ruhber....
tmtted Batoe Steel
C B Steel ptd
v.. -Carolina Cbemlnal ..
Weatern Marylend . .. .
Weetlngliouee BlectrH ..
Wheeltns A b. V.
Total sales tat tae day, TO.40O afaaTaa
New York Moaey Market
NEW YORK. Oct, IS MONET On
call, ateadv: l.ffiH per cent: ruling rate.
3H per cent; closing bid. ? per cent: of
fered at IH per cent. Time loans steady;
sixty dava, ?;?4j per cent; ninety days,
J'-r per cent: six montha, Mk3H per
PRTMB MTTRCANTTLB PAPER 44
BTrftt.rVO ETXCHANOE Firm, with
actual business tn bankers' bills at 34.8.U6
for sixty-day bins ana at 4 dma ror ae-
mand CommerelaJ biua, 4 sa-.
SILVTR Bar, Klie; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady: railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. i ret is. reg lOOHInt M. M. 414s.... M4
4e Ha, eoupoa W'Jtna 4e M'Z
do ta. reg. 11H do 4s 4
40 coupon U1HT. C So let Da .. Tjai
4e 4a CS- 1U L. 0b- 4e 1"!.. '
do 4e. eoupen 1U4 L. 4V N. unl 4e . . . k
AUIe-CAal. let ta... i M K A T let 4s. ST
Aster. AX 4a Wi da (am. 4Hs ST
e. T AT are. 4a.V4 Mo. Pacific 4e T
Am. Tobaees 4s..... 17 K it of M 44s Soel
de 4s - 11414N T. C ( IHs ... 44
Armour 4t On. 4e. M to deb. 4e M
Atchleoa ea. 4s ...st4M T. N H A R
do c. 4s .. W trr Jan
4o cr 4s 107' j a w let e aa . uu
Sa f 1. let 4e ... 4SW So - 4a mil"
s' No Perllle 4a
."4 do ia
e'4" B 1, TtAt 4a .
' "ioa ii" in
inn a ta1
1400 '4 I4
lOO 47 44'
1.000 414 401
1. 4a-... 4
vm lent lots
t4 nvi 2' -4
SH - 44 4S4
400 44 S44
"400 '4114 Vii 4o5
i. BOO l14i 1W
400 I3 W4 1
4.4O0 4F. 44 (4
T 400 4014 V 40
1000 ire 14 104 loauj
l.joo 41 4Tt 4144,
40a 41 4"H 44
too 11 11V 11
JOA M XV H'-i.
O0 44 44H W4f
1 100 T TS t
ii "" isoii 1MH isot
fl rea. 4s ... .
do c 4a, see 4
1I0 eerlea B . . .
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rn let ret
Idl Met 4'a ..
Waraek let IB....IM14,
ttv rn JM a B 4e. ..
1)4 Weetera M4 4a .. N
, Tf ei nr e. as .
Hu, wia restral 4e . l4
1 He Pan ry. 4a....
14 'Psnaaa ta 1SJ
HEPOHT OF rt.KRl0 novsB
Traaaaetlona of Asaortatod Banks
for the Week.
NEW TORK. Oot. 18. Iimdstreeit'a
bank clearinas report for the week end
ing October 13 shiiwa an airrrtvtate of
U.W fits . as.iinM $s.Af4 .l.i 'at
tvek and U.-.li 4...' In the eortetpond
irg week !s.-t exr. The following is a
liM of the sltlna:
I C learings Irwv Ie.
Washlnarton, D. Ci.
New Haven -
Wheeling. W. Vs..
Charleston, 8. C...
Cedar Raplda. Ia...
Sioux Fall a, S. D..
r arsto. N.
yuujLji in .......
South Vend, Ind.
Sc.7i'l ori .
37 4-0.-." .
,t :;o .
If 4A ',
10.2.17 .OA .
N.4'-. '" .
3 V.il OO .
1. 913.0H .
1 &I7.0XI .
nts . ,isa
i -8 8
Not Included In totals because contain
ing other Items than clearlnga.
Boston Stock Market.
BOSTON, Oct. 13 Closing quotations- on
on stocks snd bonds:
Allmjes 944 Mohair
Amal. Ooppar 40,'eyad firm ..
A Z. L. 1 8 ll'aNlplsalnf Mlaas
Arizona Oonx. 60 North butts ....
B. C. C 4V A M- 44 North Lake ....
B.I 4V Ohio 4a
do t W tua
Brook Tr e 4s
rQ of Oe ta..
On. Leather 4s.
r.. of N J B
Sf4 Peadlnf sen.
4e. 1H4S L. A I
ta 4a TS
43aa A Okie 444a..lAi4 do ges. Sa. rr
do e 4Ha., Hst u B. W a 4a. T4
4rhlea(0 dr A i4s.. 4S d0 tf ,,,14 u ... 40s,
. m w J- ee ... wnu m l aai ae .
do sen 4s M4Be. Pedfln cel. 4e
C M 4V8 P 4 4e M4 deer 4e
r a 1 A P 4a tt do let ref 4a....
do rfr 4a . tSSBo Railway 4s...
er-oln Ind te 14 do gen 4e . , ..
oln Mid 4S ..... 40 Cnloa Pacific 4s ..
f f r e 4a am do er 4a
t 4 H ft 4s ST eg, j a ref 4a
V A R O 4s. ac.rt t Rubber 4e ..
o ref Be ST. "4 r B Steel Id 4a . lot
trtetlUer 4s ...... Tl Va-Car. Caeav (a. la
Cai. A Arizona
Cel. A Ketla.. ......
Cop. Ranse O. 0..
Bast BuUa 41 H...
Onnbr Oea. ......
Oreene Cananea ...
Ule Royals 0pper.
La Salle Ovapar....
14 i Old Dominion
as Perrou 8. A 0....
1 61 Shannon , ........
, MtSupertor ..........
, as Superior A B. at.
, I TaAaraek
. U S S R,
, 4 do pfd
. It Utah Cton
. l4Urah Opeev Os 41
, 4W Winona I
A H... 11
New York MIbIbb; Stoeka.
NR7W TORK, Oct 18 Cjloalng quota.
ttona on mining stories were
Com. Tunnel stock.. SO
do bonae 17
Ooa Cal. A Vs..... It
Horn Sllyar I
Iran Sllrer at
L.anu. oa .... is
liealoas , ,
Ontario . . .. ....
Imports at New York.
NEW YORK, Oct. IS. -Imports cf mer-
chancUse and dry goods at the port of
isew iorg for the week ending October 7,
were valued at $14,502,644.
Imports of specie for the port of New
York for the wnek ending today, were
1130,810 silver snd $130,634 gold.
Exports of specie for the week were
$W1kJ silver and $18,770 gold.
London stock Market.
LONDON, Oct. 1.1 -American securities
wera quiet and featurelt-ea during tha
forenoon. Prices rulod from 14 to above
NEW YORK, Oct. IS. METALS
Standard copper, quiet; spot. October, No.
vember, December and January, $11.76'$
11 86. London market, firm; spot, 64 17s
fed; futures. 56 12s 9d Arrival reports
at New York today, ISO tona Custom
house returns show exports of $.653 tona
so far this season. Lak'e copper, $12 niS
II 62V,: electrolytic. $12 24'12 ; castlnaa
$1203132& Tin, steady; spot. $4O2fcb40V):
October. $4000340 60, November, $l0(i
0 46; Decembur. $40 teVAO 87 , January
snd Febnrary. $40 on.fl40.S7 Salea five
tone: December, $40 871;. and twenty-five
tona October at $40 434. London, firm
spot, efi 17a ftd; futures. 13 16a. Lead
easy, $4 2HSo, New York, and $4174 20
at EBst St. Louis. London. 16 2s M.
Ical salea 800,000 pounds October. Fast
St. Louis, $4 16 6peltr st rong, it 16v-i 26
New York, and 3" OOfo; 26 at East Sf
Iouls Lr.ndon. 27 l?s d. Antimony,
dull: Cck.kwin'l S.S U'Uf, 8 26. Iron. Cleve.
land worrsnta 4a td In London Lo
cally Iron was quiet; No 1 frunirv north.
era. tl5.36tflf.oO; No t, il5 0r916i: No
1 southern and No 1 southern eoft. $16.00
NEW YORK. Oct. 18 COTTON oot
closed quiet. 26 polnta lower; middling
uplands. 9 60c; mtdllng sruif. T5c Salea.
foo bales Futures opened easy. Orl .ber.
9 29c; November. 9iic; December. ?4V:
anuarv. 1 22r . February. 3.?r!: Mrrh.
9 3te. May SfV.: June. ISfr: July, 9 6Sc,
August. 9 50c: September. 9 6tc
Futures closed steadv: October. 14e:
November. 15c; December, Slo; Janu
ary, t 18c: February, I 24o: March, 1. 80c;
Aprfl. Sftn; May, Cc: June. 1 46o; July.
v 4fc, August, 4So; September, .4So.
OMAHA UEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to fstrorijrer on Mod
erate Receipt for Friday.
HOGS ARE STRONG TO HIGHER
Demand frnsn All 4)aarters Is active
aat the Yards Are Cleared
Early Saeep aad la 01 be
SOCTH OMAHA. Oct- Li. Pll
Olilcial Monday lo.VJ 2 J"i 4,;i
Ufflclal Tuesday. 7.2' li.Ai bo.M
(.'iiimal Wednesday ..611 6 ,4 i.
Official Thursday ....a." 4 :t4 2.bii
kxstiuuue Friday Lt"4 JJi 4 J
Five daya this week S1J.S7
Same das lust week VtfV1
tfunie days i Kf avo .'.-l
ra duvs S wl;s aii "M7
Sme ivs 4 ki ao f.i.s...
same dava last yeai ......;
The following table thews tiie receipts
of cattle, bogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, as compared with
last year! l'tll. 1910. Inc. Dec.
tattle lajL.Jni M0.76S
Hogs .1.9;d.'.kU 15f4ti 341JM
Shenp 1.14 976 2.1I4S.41S ).Ci
The following table shews the average
f 1 rices for hogs at South Omaha tor tlis
aat few days, with comparisons:
2.16 17, M 9
.vM! 14.S 140
V4 7 1.4S vl-.-l
u.io 141 at
11 tw u in 14..
10 4M ... I n . .
4 .... M . . 4 T4 .
I IV 40 4 U 44 .
44 ire en ' j 4.,
41 40 110 4 r t7. .
IA T4 St 4 Id It .
14. ... 4 B..
. .St tt I as
..111 . . 1 11
. i.: 1? t u4
. III 14
.J'4 US) I tt
. 1 ... I ilt
rt 4 44
Date I UU. 1910.J10a. 1. 1907 11906 !,
Oct. a. .
Dot 11 .
6 21 1 A i'.
-is; s al
V 8 8,S
7 70l 6 SO,
f VN 4 H
Receipts and disposition of Uvs atook
at the Union atock Yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. ni.
RECEIPTS OAR 3.
.... Oattle. Hogs. Phase,
C.. M. dt Rt. P. Rr 3 8..
Missouri Padfio Ky 1 .,
Union Paolfio H. R 34 11 1
C. A N. W. Kv.. eaat 1
C. 4V N, W. Ky,, west... 11 11
-., eu r., si. ck Ky., .. 6 ..
J., B. Q. Ky., eaat.... 1 4
C.. g. Q. Ky west.. 13 8
C, . K, l.; P. rY. east.. .. t 1
Ullnola Central Ry 3 ..
Ohio u. W. Ry I
Total reoelpts ..
w . . . CatUe, Hogs, aheep,
Omaha Packing Co 44 tut sot
Bwlft a Cv, lu uoa e
- vw... m 1 m
CudaJiy packing Co.... 446 Li, M
Trm.ouf O Wi HT 3
J. w, Murphy iu
Onh, Co.. Tisyirrsr.. 178
Van eant Oo ss
Hill A Bon w ... .
a. U, Lewis 3
J. M, Hoot 4a Cos.... .. $7
J, M, itulla- so
11. S1. itaml 1. am ae
Other buyers) 3B7 $,$?$
Totals. ,ou 1,303 11.04
CAXXLlftTher was the usual vey
moderate Friday s run of stoua and as
uaual beef steers eonsUtuied - but a
email proportion of the ottering a. Any
thing at ail desirable, either oornfeaa or
rangers, lound a ready outlet st luily
steady to possibly a iitue stronger
prioea and values in general are all o(
iOio.UK) batter than they were at the okas
of last weak. The improvement In the
market this wee has beau eapeulally
noted on the western rangers partly
owing to the fart that feeder uuyera have
been atrepg aompelUnra with the beef
man for the good fleshy graaaara, Tone
to the trade at the eloae of the week is
r aiher strong than otherwise.
Not over a oosan straight loads of
oows and helferg were ottered today and
with a vigorous demand from both local
pa oners and outside butoners the market
was active and strong as (ar aa it went.
Fair to ohoioe butcher and beaf atook
eowe show an advance of Wdjioo for the
week, whua on tha other hand oancera
aud gutters show a decline of fully that
i.iuwu. ab lazier ciave peen in u serai
auppiy and while the demand from peck
ers has beau fair there has been very
iiitle competition from feeder buyers fur
this olaas of stuff and the tons to tha
trade has bean weak throughout. Veal
oalves were fully steady today and about
6o hither for the week, while bulla,
stags, eta, have auowa uttis ouange for
While there was not a great deal of
life to the trade In stocker and feeders
prioea were well sustained and indloev
Uone are favorable for a oomplate clear
ance. Demand from the country has
been very vigorous all week and tha
movement free from start to finish.
Good stock of all grades has found a
ready outlet and values In general are
pretty oloae to 10$16o higher than a week
ago on an average.
Quotationa on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, 87. 267.1); fair to good
beef steers, $0-60,. 2u; common to fair
beef steers, $4 76.6 j0, good to ohoioe halt
era $4.76426.60: good to obolce cows, $4.IaVS
$.00 fair to good oows, $3.7634.60; common
to fair oows, $4. 764. 60; veal calves, $8.60
Quotations on rsnge cattle-. Oood te
choice beef steers, te.604jei.faO; fair to good
beef steers, $4 .Dwai.40; common to fair
beaf steers, $4-2bS4.c; good to choice hol7
ers, $4.7o(j.a6; good to oholce oows, $440.3.
$6.00; fair to good cows, $2.ib4.40; good to
ohoioe Blockers and feeders, inujtioO;
fair to good atockara and feeders, $4.401
6.00: common io fair atockers and faedara,
(V1.26tp4.26; stock helfere, Sj.4mo-4.Jd; bulls,
Stags, etc, 3i.26juo.00.
Representative tales: . .
$. . 140 I 14
I...... KSl I It
lit I U
..414 I lo
. 104 t To
.. 444 I H
..Ujo4 I e
. J1A I M
A D FEELERS
4 St II
T. . 441 4 It
I baa 4 4
T 7a 4 40
t -.. S
bio. . i 1
i. 740 4 OA
U .. 47 4 IS
1 Til 4 40
4.......... T10 4 40
i.. .v. 4.1011 Ayouiing.
23 steers... .111 4Uj aicera....l0u4
K f eedere . . lulu 4 S.S 14 fccdaia.. la)
10 helXera... mm 4 iiO 1 cows .... 7 -J
W. P. Kickotta Wyoming.
16 feeders . 7c0 4 00
Watson dt J Wyoming.
28 feeders.. Van 4 00 SI feeders.. K2o
liajnll ton Wy om I ng.
4 :i 7 ateers. ...l(el
4 60 6 toedara.. 4h4
8 90 16 heJfers... 6U
3 2o 12 caivea. .. Mi
12 heifers... 700
U. De B.
19 feeders.. VU
7 feedera.. 94
19 COWS 770
U cowa 7 m
HOOS Hi.g trade Improved sllLhLlv un
der the combined Influence of a better
shipping demand and meager auppiy. The
bulk auid at 1 14 urea airong to a nickel
hither and the i xireme cloeo produced a
few salea that were poambly f.luo above
yesterday' a prlcea. Demand from all
quarters was anything but backward and
yards were completely cleared within an
hour or to aflur the opening.
Receipts amounted to only fifty-five
loads, and in point of character and va
riety Hie run was little ditferent fioin
recent supplies lacking Muff made up
the big tad of total oUerlnge, ri-wultlnx
In a price range that was seajonably
bhlppers helped to sharpen the demand
train local uuyeis oy taaiug about eight
loada, moatly good, weighty butchers.
There waa little or no activity in apecu
lailve circles. Long strlnxs aottled at
$6 2.Vn 30 and the best suumala on eaJe
reached fn.tn. a dime above yesterday'a
44S I tn
SHEEP Excepting a slow, uneen-taln
trade In secornl-hsnd and stale offerings
there waa very little business in any
branch of the eheep market The freah
supply consisted of only two loada of
lamoe. while boldowirs from yeenarday
did not exceed 100 head, practically all
f-ei1em Iriee held luat about ateady
vlth -eterdav'S dersllne, rood feeder
lambs eolllng around $4 60r4 .76.
Five doj.-a rtcetpia give a aurprts ngty
hesAV total, sa all recent proaponta
pointed toward short marketing thia sea
aon. Something like lo'T.ono head of sheep
and lambs arrived since last week a dose,
cviciparert with the reoonl run of over
1"7 om head this week last year. Fully
66 per cent of aggregate auppiy cotuUMeul
of fedw oisseea. leaving a relatively
modekt display of fat stock Fat lambs
outnumbered fat sheep by three to one
on most days, ao that trade in wethers,
awea. etc., was poorly treted
Ftt lambs started out in grtod nhspe
and were aeneiallv well sustained until
'etarday, hen values broke badW. An
InfAreased proportion of this cla of stock
and the fact that the local trade waa
due for downward ravlalon were mainly
reaponslhle for the low finish. Fancy
lambs are now selling at $o.7.vf6 so, with
g.iod kinds at $6 60 and lees, Indicating
net declines of 16i&36a, A $6 top was msde
Wednesday, but the same article dropped
to $v d ) eeterttav.
Fat sheep and yearlmsw are okMring
steady 10 a little lower la spots and tha
demand had plenty of life on most daya
Ootid owes are bilnglng $5 SjU 5rt. while
choice wet hers would land around $4
without vary much selling effort. Toppy
yearlings touched $4 40 yesterday.
The demand for feeder lambs lately
proved dulL It was the meanest weak
nf the seasnn for nailers of unfinished
stuff, and prions bad to be aheapaned
all along the Una Current cost of feed,
era show loasaa of Wli-i-a from a week
ari good lam ha being bought on oountry
account arouud $4.6!a.i0. Anything
touching $6 at present carries a pretty
good killing end Feeder twtt are mov
ing frnra 4? 76 downward. Advance eed
mate on weak 'a feeder parohase. 108.090
vjuotaQoaai on Sheep and liarnba Xanvba,
good to choice. SA6O04V96: Ism be, fair te
good, tftJWjO0 laanbe. feeders, M sOAOft;
earunga, good to ohnlcA $4.2Ofr4.60i year
Itnga, feedera, $3. S0fJl J6 , wethers. Viandy,
$8.7hdH.l; wethers, heavy. 3Ay4.!
wethers, feedera, $H.26,a't.n6. ewas, rood to
choice. UShQA.60. ewea. fail ia good. $8.00
Mi6; ewea. breed era $l26d4.00; erwea,
feedera. U26tT2.76. ewea, culla, $16..
KepresenLs Uve saieci
No. At. rr.
2M toutb Dakota yrlga.. Mi l.. 74 4 14)
fcti Wyoming lambs, feeders. . 41
4KI Wyonuug ewea. feeders., as
$oa Idaho eaves JJ7
40 Idaho ewes. JOS
166 Idaho ewwa ......... 102
Ikll Idaho lambs ...... 70
1,047 Idaho lambs 70
loaiio iauilis 4$
836 Idaho Uunlis, feeders... 68
6H Wyoming yearlings 86
224 Wyoming lauiba, feeder. 40
4 Wyoming l:unb. feeders... 61
460 Idaho lambs, feeders. . 44
196 Idaho lambs, feeders 46
72 Wvoinins ewes, feeders.... 88
207 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... Ml
2t9 Idaho yearlings, feedera... 17
A Idaho wtttbers 98-
40 Wyoming ewes lw
T Wyoming lambs, feedera.. 84
tu Wyoming lambs, feedera. .M al
6hJ Idaho lamba, feeders.. S4
i6 Idaho lainbs. feeders 68
,) Wyoming owes, feeders.... 86
4 70 .
OSIAUA G&NEIVAA. MARKET
CHEESE Imported tlwlas, 83o Ameri
can aw lea, t, block Kwii, loo; twins,
lt-Oi daiaiea, 16ai trlpleta loVc; blue
label brtuk, -lo; llmberger, -lbN lad; luu
ti 4 ur. 1 lb., ukv
UL'TTEK No. L Lib. carton, 2Be; No.
1, In Mb. tubs. tsVko; No. 3, a7VkO pauk
POULTRY Broilers. 18a; springs, Ita.
bena Uc; cocks, 90; ducks, 14c; geese,
luu; luiaeys, 26c. pigeons, per do4L, $1.60.
Alive; tUaJlers, UVhc; hens. So; old
roosters and stags.. 6c,;. old ducks, full
feathered, loci geese, lull teaUnered, luc;
turkeys. Ike, guinea fowla, 16a each;
plgeona, per doa., 76c; homers, per doa,
42 no, sqiiaba. No. L $1.60; No. i, Wo.
FISK-Plckeral, Uo; white, aoo; pike,
ISci trout. 16c; large crapplrs. Uiiflao;
Spanish mackerel, lilc; eel. lM; haddatck.
13o, fiouodera 13o; green catfish. ISO.
roe ana J. ai.w eacn; anao rne. par pair,
.4)o salmon, 13u; halibut. So; yellow
perch. 6c, buffalo, so; builbeada, leu.
Bfi,EF CnTl-Klb; No. 1, ic- No. 1
l.lr , No. 3, KVsc Loins: No. 1, Ut'to; No.
i. 14c; No 2, 940. Chuck: No. L 7Ho;
No. 2. 6-laC; No. 8. 640. Round: No. L
Uc; No. 2. 8o; No. 8. Sao. Plate: No, L
oc. No 2, 00, No. 8, 4V4c,
FKU ITS. LTC Apples: Cooking va
rieties, per bbl., 32 n; Jonatlian per bbl.,
$4-00; California Bellflower, per box. $186;
Colorado Jonathan, extra fancy, per box,
U.2o. Hanaiiaa: Fancy seloct, per bunco,
li..6;2 30, Jumbo, per bunch, e2-7ia-U5.
Prlcea of brer Cute iiibs. isu. i, Ico;
No. i. 18c; No. 3, 6VsC. Lolna. No. L
lWc; No. 2. 14o; No. 3, 9c. Chuck: No,
1. 7Vc; No. 2, 640; No. 3, 6c Rouud: No.
1, Uc, No. 2. 8c; No. 3, 6a Plata; No. i.
t,c, No. 2. 6c: No. 3, 4V1A
VEGETABLKR Beans. String and
wax, per mat. bsk., 90c. Cabbage: Wis.
consln. per lb, lvo. Celery: Michigan,
per ioa., 36n, Culurado Jumbo, per doa,,
400. Cucumbers: Home grown, uer dn.
boa Lgg pkant:- Fanoy Florida, par doa.'
$L60. Uarllo: Extra fancy, white, per lb.
iw. a..wuv. w . w j iaai, par Qua
40o. Onlona: Home grown, white, par
crate, 11.761 yuiiow. per orate, ties; red
globe, per lb., 214a; Wisconsin, yellow. In
sacks, per lb., 2jjc; Spanish, per crate.
$1.76. Paralay: Fancy home grown, per
doa. bunches. 460. Potatoea Minnesota
Early Ohio, per bu.. toe; Wiacouein hu.
Stock, per bu., 8,"a Eweet Potatoes :Vlr-
gima. per uoi., to.w; per ou. bsk., 8X86.
Hutabagas: la sacks per lb., 140. Xo
tuatoes: Home grown, per rakt. bea., 6O0.
MiBCELLANLOLB Alroonda: Califor
nia soft shell, per lb.. 20c: In sank loi.
lo leaa lit axil nuts: Per lb.. Uc: in
tack lots, lc leas. Chestnuts: Per lb.
loo. Cocoanuts: Per sack. $o.00. Filberts'
Per lb., 14c, In sack ,lot, lo less Pea
nuts: Koaated, per lb, kc; raw, per
lb., 7o. Pecans: Large, per lb.. 16o: la
sack lets, lo less. Walnuts; California,
kJ iy., v ti eaa iuii, ic iesa rtoueyt
New, .4 framea, $8.76. Kraut: Per le
gal, keg. U lb, per 6-gai. kag. $L10.
TurtxtnUne aud Ron la.
SAVANNAH. Ga, Oct. Ii. TtJRPEN
TINE Firm, ihVjjj, tilc , sales, 178 bbls.;
receipts, 4-1 bbls. , shipments, 19A bbls.',
stocks 37,or4 bbls.
tHurilN Film; aalus, L810 bbla; reoelpts,
1.24. bbla, shlpmc-nts 7 11; bbla; stocks,
. . ojl bbls. QuiHatuma: li It, 40, D, $6 i,
A ii ltL F. . tl, K II 11, Jul. n li
47'4'o -r0; I. ioWiu.1, K and M, $S t
N and P, $0.70, WO, $7.10, WW,
NEW YORK. Oct, 1 METAJ.H Ctand
ard copr, quiet, apot and Ieoamber,
$U7Mill6. Tin. steady; apot $Oy0
tu5o, December, $4Ui:'J2f40.S7' lad
eaay; $4 24 80, New York; $4 1-4 20.
Fast Bt. Louta. Bpelter, atrong; $6.1115420
New York; $6.0025. Eaat ftt Loula.
Antimony, quiet; Cookson s, $8 135 26.
Iron, quiet: northern grades, $Ji.Oitilj 60
southern grades, 314 75aj 16.60.
BILVEIi bar, 60.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Ont 18. DRY GOO DM
The cotton goods markets are quiet, with
a softer tendency In gray gooda. Jobbers
are showing more Interest In heavy brown
and colored domestics. Yarna are easy.
Local wool Esorkets are quiet with prlcea
t. Jeaepk Live Stoek Market.
FT JOSEPH. Mo. Oct. 13-CATTT.E-
Recelpte. 4 Jfl head: market ateadv:
steers. 14 5051 nr: 00 w. and heifers. 330O
Wi0: calvea. 1.1 flOg.7 76
HOGS Receipts. 1.5.0 bead; market
ateady, top. $6.46: bulk of salea, $6,303
6HIEP AND LAMBS Rene pta 8.000
bead; market sbsaayi lambs. $6.S0iga.n.
No. Ay. to. rr No. 4 fd Pt
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44 u s III 4a U Iv I
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41 lei l a) 4 dp 44 140 4 4
44 si IV) 4 Uti 44 414 4W 4 14
la -aa las 4 X- 44 1. 4 ... u
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44....i4 ts 4 U as sal w trill
u ri a 1114 44 ta lea 4 nZ
U txt 44 4 St 44 m aa 4 47 W
41 Set ... 4X4 bl JS4 1S4 tilt!
W lit S 14 44 lei St IIIL
U 171 ... IU a M4 ... 4 1,'iZ
T4 t ... 134 14 X-l 19 I If)
41 tee 44 4 14 44 1.7 ... 0
U SI M IS S4 a 140 4 10
41 ni t 4 IS 41 las ... U
IS 44 4i Ik 44., ..... let . . t Kl
41 ) ... 4 tt 41 el let t Vl
44 tl4 14 4 14 r, jet 44 4 44
44-... Mil lea I A 44-.-eat aw t St
Oils aud Rosin.
SAVANNAH, Oct lA-TUKPEVn Vtr
ROIN Firm, types F and O, 84.46.
ST. LOUIS. Oct 13.-WOOLDull; ter
ritory and wr-.Hern mediums. 17jir; flna
mediums 17-5 19c ; fine. lltflSc.
NEW YORK. Oct 18 FT"0 AR Raw.
ateady; Mueoovado, 82 tent. 6 45c; onntrlf
ugaJ, M test. 6 Sf, molasses sugar, 49
tet. t.20o; refined, ateady.
SMOOTH FORGER WORKS
OFF DRAFT FOR SNUG SUM
GRAND RIVER, Ia. Oct U (Special.)
A very cleer $'iV) forgery was perpe
trated bv a stranger on the Grand River
bank. Ha gave the name of John O. Man
ning and big heme as Be JTranulswa.
DUN'S REYM OF TRADE
Volume of Tnda Larger Thn Gust)
Time Lett Yea.
EMPTY SEELVE8 START BUYLVU
Netaklw mewotteaa tm tan Oassj 1st
as tadtntsdlaqa t ',
NJDW, TORK. Oct l&OuirB rwrtenr ett
trade tomorrow will say?
Measured by every Important tea, fie
volume of business la larger than at the
corresponding period last vear anW la
gradually expanding, the reports frant
tne laavaing trade centre during trie Wees
being especially cheerful. There la snnar.
ently no decisive change In basic condi
tions, end the tnrresard an'Jvltv reeently
shown la due to the tact that shelves ate
u iiic.reaeing acuviry ia reported m
Shoes and tha aaiea of leather males nn
a respectable total. In iron and steel
the business, .ludlDg from the latetrt ran
porta of unfilled orders bv the nrlneteal
producer, while showing: a alight reduo-
tion i two taat month, is nevertheless well
anetva or last year and greavrer resastaaoa
appears to oonoeaailona In lkrireee There
la a little better railroad demand for rail
ing atook and tha strootural Apa g
lmnng the last rortnlg-ht there has been
a notable reduction In the number of Idle
oars, a sure Indication of laomaead trmf
fla, a fact which Is further eraxOrmed by
the rVirtemher total of railroad 4wrntaga.
whloh were It par cent lartrer than at
KBW TOBX, Ord.
tomixiorrrrw wO sayt
Trade cmnrTtf tona srrrri sritrw the eflMa '
of oonaervatlam domrnatlntr dexnAnd tm
sui ujies, out on Daiaooe the biennass)
done this week baa bean bxrawn ana Kail.
day considered. Tha currant of trade la
running fuller than a year aga at tbial '
This is, howwver, not diss ae mucth ta
any marked improvement as It m tm enane.
parkmn with lessening veriuna A year aarot
Retail trade baa bean unqi neat lane il f
benefitted by cooler weatner and this
pnobobly as renected ta the many avoalL
but In tbe aavreaaAe earn saw kv the
Evlclearies of lewetr rrtoea for aW at,
manufaorared eoaxtsa arTeottnjr kuyera an$
tlmltlng orders are freqaentTWt that Out 1
put of tbe country's mills is uaq-jeestlnn-
ably larger at present than for a number;
of months pasL I
Business failures tn tbe rferlt-et tMaAea
for tbe week ending OototMir li wees Bl
agalust 2ot last week- 32t In the Ska
week of 19 nr. $20 In ltoV; 34 la IM, and
184 tn I.W.
Buslneas fallrrree to Csxnade, for tjia
weak ending with Thursday last, Mnfittet
nineteen, which con treats with twenty
one last week, and with UUrty-ftwtr- La
the like week of last yea
Wheat Including flower, insrti trard
the United Btates and Canada tar the
week ending October 13, agrragate Cs.
048 buahela against 4,190,846 last week. end.
8,103.878 th!a week last yean, Ftar the
fifteen weeks ending Ootober M, aTTarts
are 44,t7.fr tnishela against UJtAjim la
the oorresponding period last year.
Corn exports for tbe week are VS.TM
bushels against 1.137,003 last week and
643.8G3 tn II .id. Ftor the fifteen weeks end
ing Ootober IA oorn exports are 367 44
buahela against 4,733,714 last year.
IS GOING AT AUCTtOM
The Union PaAHc RafTroad oooipany
through rut auctloneor, F. XX Van Nv
has been selling; unolaimed baaeg at
618 Boutn Sixteenth street tn tha ewwainga
after seven oolock and the sales have
ran rnto hundreds oC dollars eaoh night,
Tbe purchasers bars taken de tsagwage
after bidding tt In with no fcoovMpi
whatever of its oontacta Tbe svrtloiea
old have iDotudad - arrsrything Cram
broken baby carriage ta a new steamer
trunk. Doa en a of blanket roDa and
hundreds of salt cases have been auc
tioned. Bids were made on articles beAtrs tbey
were placed on tbe block, but artlnlea
sold at lew prices, tew of the newest and
moat heavy laden trunks brl rafting mora
than $6. tit oasea. some of thnra new
and originally costing from $12 to $18,
old at 60 cents to $6. Revol vera, rxra
brellas, overcoats and dosjens of unchuss
Ifled miscellaneous artialea were put' on
the block and soon disposed of.
Tonight Is tne last night of tne sals
and several tr-tmka suitcases and sur
prise boxes win be put up. Tbe atrottert
will begin At 7 o'clock the doors open,
lng at a quarter of seven.
CONTRACTOR SUES FOR
PAY FOR BUILDING CHURCH
Thomas L. Wright extractor on the
recently completed synagogue of tbe con
gregation of Beth Hamodroaa ttatradoo,
started suit against tha congregation to
$4 890.60, which be aays Is the balance due,
m district court Tbureday.
According to thn peUtlon the labor and
material of the ' construction oost $U,800
under the oon tract; extras coat ttstvao.
and change In the specifications oust
an additional $75. Only $9,477 has been
paid, says the contractor. I KulakoXsy
and Joseph WUlnaky, trustees, and aev
oral contractors and material furnishers
are named co-defendant a Wright aaka
that his claim be recognised as a prior
lien against the property and that it be
satisfied before claims of the other eon
tractors are paid.
There Is no dlapoairjon en tha part of
the congregation to evade payment hut
tbe contractor has instituted tbe sett
merely to make the claim a matter ef
record aud to securo payment tram tbe
first fundi availablA
STREET CAR MEN HAVE BIG
SCARE FROM QUEER AUTOISTS
Motoric an La wren oe Couoh and Con
ductor T. J. Hlckson of a South Omaha
street car line were given a fright last
night by the men In an automobile which
had no number and carried a light that
was extinguished at will. The machine
followed tbe car, creeping up and falling
back, evidently with the purpose of ettm
Ing upon the ear whsn there were no
passengers Ins Ida At Thirty-ninth lye
nun City Treasurer Gllltn and Joe Walker
were about to alight when they decided
to go to the end of the line "with the car
men. Tbe automobile then vanished.
CONTENTS OF BALLOON'S
BASKET AT STUART, IOWA
BTT7ART, Ia. Oot IA Tbe contents of
the basket of the balloon Million Popula
tion Club of Bt. Louis, which raw tn
the International race on October (, were
found on a farm near here today.
Two life preservers, a barograph regis
tering t 500 feet, and envelopes addressed
to Captain John Berry. Bt. Louis, ware
found scattered along a fence in which
was found a grappling book.
Amerioaa Telephone 34 Teleerreph Po,
A dividend cf Two Dollars per share
wlli be paid on Monday. October It, ltn.
to stockholders of record at the close nt
business on Saturday. September 89, ItlL
WI1JJAM R, CRXVXit, Trees ureav