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TITR OMAHA DAILT BEE: TTEDNESDAT, OCTOBER 1, 1902.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
hrti ii September Wheat Find Them
hItii Very Sadly SqneieL
COVER DEALS AT NINETY-FIVE CENTS
Flerry la Urar Optloa Has hmt Little
Ulornrt oa Other Month
rrlra Generally Trlfla
Weaker.
CHICAGO. Sept. 30. September wheat to
day sold at the highest price recorded on
the Hoard of Trade since the famous
loiter deal In "W, the price reaching Hoc,
and but tor the leniency of the longs the
price might have advanced Indefinitely, as
nil the available supply was practically In
the hands of one or two traders. The close
showed a gain of 7Sc In September, while
Jjeoember cIoiel ''(( 'c lower. December
corn closed itic higner, with oats down
Vrio. January provisions closed from
aVyft'iVic lower.
The all-abnorblng topic In trading wheat
today was the alleged corner In the Sep
tember delivery. Ail during; the session
there were sufliclent shorts who had neg
lected covering their contracts to boost
the price from N7'c to !, but at this
figure there was a lull In proceedings, due
te rumors of Injunctions similar to those
secured In the oats corner recently.
As the session advanced and nothing of
this nature materialized, shorts decided
further parleying was useless and there
was a grand rush to cover. The. result
was the price advanced from SKc to ftc,
with scarcely a sale at Intermediate fig
ures. At 9;'ic shorts were able to secure
all the necessary stuff to satisfy their
creditors, most of the offerings coming
from Armor A Co., who have been lead
ers In the bull movement.
The opening was Vo-ac higher at 88c
to RV. After selling up to irnc there was
a, reaction to Ki"c. Then on renewed cov
ering the price advanced rapidly to 95c and
the close was at the top notch at a gain
f 7n: over yesterday's close. Future de
liveries were listless and Inclined to weak
ness. December opened unchanged at fiKc,
sold down to vc. but rallied slightly
toward the close, which was S&A4C lower
at tVi'foic. Outside of the September
trading the feature waa the buying of
Way and selling of December. Statistics
were against the market and as a result
whs a weak undertone.
Hradstreets reported an Increase In the
world's visible supply of 7K),i0 bushels,
against an Increase last year of 3,419,000
bushels. Clearances of wheat and flour
were eo,tial to 4O6.O00 bushels. Primary re
ceipts were l,803.tmo bushels, against 1,697,-
bushels a year ago. Minneapolis and
jMihith reported receipts of 1,070 cars,
which, with local receipts of 357 cars,
made total receipts for tne three points of
1.47 cars, against 1.479 cats last week and
1,533 cars a year ago.
Corn waa traded In but moderately, but
there was a strong feeling prevalent
throughout the entire session. Higher ca
bles and reports of damage to the crop
In Iowa from excessive moisture were the
main' bull factors. December opened un
changed to c higher at 46c to 4f7,c, and
on selling by commission houses there was
a reaction to 4ofcc, but prices soon ad
vanced again, with the top price at 4 per
cent. The close was kttVto nlgher at 4644
4il57tc. Local receipts were 340 cars, with
87 cars of contract grade.
Oats were dull, with prices about steady.
The feature whs the liberal receipts, with
poor grading. The weather was unfavor
able for the movement, which was a rally
ing factor. The close was slightly lower
than yesterdsy's final figures. December
oi-ned unchanged at 307ic. went down to
30V4C, but rallied to 80(h31o. The close was
Wo'Ac lower at 80H&3Oic. Local receipts
Wore 230 cars.
The feature of the provision trade was
the buying of nearby products and the sell
ing or futures, Ihe opening u easier,
with considerable January pork for sale,
OutaldesH were the best buyers, with cora
mlsslon houses sellers. January pork sold
7Vic lower at $16.10; January lard was 5c
lower at IS .65; ribs, 2Hc lower at $8.06.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
190 cars; corn, 90 cars; oats, 130 cars; hogs,
24,0)10 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. I Hlgh.j Low, Close. Yes'y.
Wheat
Sept.
Dec.
May
Dec.
May
Oats
a Sept
b Sept.
b Dec.
May
Fork
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
May
Lard
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
May
Ribs
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
674ff5Jl
46Vtf'l
26 26
3OV30Vi3l
3H(&'A 31
68V7l!Vg74l
69Way70 6
B9V4
1
1 47H
1 47H
IS 16
14 15
11 SO
S 70
8 57H
800
11 25
11 02ft!
8 05
16 47H
16 474
15 17--4
14 1ft
11 60
724
s 60
11 25
11 02H
8 05
M 95
H 68V4tf H
69'i 70
M 57
46 4Bif t i
41 414&
26 2H
31 83
30U, 30V!t'4
31HH 31j,9
16 15 16 15
16 15 16 15
15 05 15 10
14 05 14 15
11 50 11 60
8 70 9 70
8 56 8 55
8 00 8 00
11 00 11 00
10 87H 10 90
8 00 8 05
87
69
B7i
454
41H
26
S2
16 80
16 35
15 17H
14 20
11 45
9 724
8 60
8 00
11 25
11 06
8 074
No. 2. a Old. b New.
Cash quotations were- as follows:
FLOl.'e' Quiet andsteady; winter pat
ents, 13.403.60; straights. J3.WiJ.30; clears,
$2.7u3.U0; spring sneHals, S4.2oigi4.30; pat
ents, S3.4Ofr3.70; straight. S2.9oi3.20.
WHEAT No. 3 spring. 6ts72o.
CORN No. 2, Sf5Sc; No. 2 yellow, 565&8e.
OAT8-N0. 2, 2K4)29c; No. 8 white. 29
880.
RYE No. 2. 494c
BARLEY Fair to choice malting, 580c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. $1,264: No. 1 north
western, 81.254: clover, contract grade, $9 60.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., $1615
i 16.20. Lard, per 100 lbs.. $11.40311 60. Short
ribs sides lloose), $10.Higi0.90. Drv salted
shoulders (boxed), $9.26(i9 50. Short clear
sides (boxed). $11. 124 11.324.
WHISKY On basis of high wines. $1.32.
The following were the receipts and ship
ments of grains yesterday:
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls KutiO 17.900
Wheat, bu 165,300 11,200
Corn, bu 27.U0 24V 700
Oats, bu 398.P00 168,300
Rye. bu 15.3ii0 1 (Y-o
Barley, bu 101,900 11,500
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market waa firm; creameries, l4J224c;
dairies, 16&20o. Cheese, steady, 10V1HC.
Eggs, steady, 20r(204c, loss off, elites returned.
NEW YORK 4.E&ERAL MARKET.
(testations af the Day oa Varlons
Commodities.
NEW. YORK. Sept. 30.-FLOUR-Recelpts.
83.1H9 bbls.; exports. 2,445 bbls.; market
more active and steadier; win
ter patents. $3. 5613.86; winter straights,
t3.3D443.4o; Minnesota patents, $3.75g-4.O0; win
ter extras, $2.mkm3.U0; winter bakers, $3.15
8.36; winter low grades, $2.6ixg2.85. Rye
flour, dull; fair to good. $3.15y3.4J; choice
to fancy, S3.fiotr3.S5. Buckwheat Hour,
steady. $2. 254 1 i. do, pot and to arrive.
COHNMEAL Steady; yellow western,
11.32; city. $1.30; Brandywlne, $3 5003.55.
KYK Easy; No. 2 western, 5c, f. o. b..
afloat; No. 2 toMc; track, state, to
64V. e I f. New York.
UARLKY-Hteady; feeding. 4Sc, e I. f..
Buffalo; malting, 6ttjlc. c. I. f., Buffalo.
niir.ni-nnripn, DU. ; eXUOrtS,
1.1.10 uu., iinmri steamer; ro. 3 red, 734c,
elevator, and 73,ti734e. f. o. b , afloat
No. 1 northern. Duliith. 79Vc f. o. b.. afloat;
No. 1 hard. Manitoba 79.c ' f n h ..
Options were steady here all '.lav rTnt.ith.
standing considerable Irregularity In west
ern markets. . lH-ttl olTeritiKs proved light
foreign houses bought a little wheat sea
board clearances were fair and local senti
ment rather bullish. Ths cose was tirm
and partly 4c net higher. May. 74o7me
closed at 71Hc; September. T34tf744u: De
cember. 73''o73Vc, closed at 734c.
CORN Receipts, 116.660 bu. ; rxports 18 98
bu. Spot, steady; No. !, i7c elevator, nnd
fci-. f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 yellow, 7c; No. $
white, 70c. The option market sold off at
first under disappointing cables and local
.profit-taking, but recovered In the after
noon on bullish crop news and small carlot
estimates at Chicago; closed firm at a par
tial 4c net advance. May. 45fj464e. closed
at 464c; September, 7n74c; October closed
at 64c; December, 61q7,lVc, closed at Une
OATS Recelpta. 136.OJ0 bu. ; exports, 20 325
bu. 8int easy. No. 2. S24; standird white.
4c; No. 3 white. S4c; No. 8 hlte, S4r
track whlte western. 3335c; track white
state. 33rt35i. Options moderately active
and steady.
HAY Dull: shipping. 6Sfj57c; good to
choice, inoc.
HOPS Firm: state, common to choice
JWW, b4j2!tc; 19U1 choice. 64)2!tc: liu lii''tc:
Pacific coast. 19ui. 24t(j1SSc; 1901 choice. 2541
2t4c; 1, 19i2lc.
HIDES Steady; Galveston. XT to it lbs
18c; California. 21 to 35 lbs.. 19c; Texas dry
34 to So lbs.. 14c.
) 1.F.ATHF.R Qult; acid. S4tf254c
I WOOL Quiet; domestic fleece, 2&tt30c
TAIJW Firm; city ($2 per pkg.). 4H
4c; country tpkgs. free), 64c.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra 44
tJ4c: Japan. 44ifi4Tc
PROVISIONS Heef. quiet; family. $15 60fi
16 SO; mesa, $12 hii 12 60: beef hams. Ul0-ii
&Wi packet, S14.Owoli.00; city, calra India
mess, J?4 orvg2R 00. Cut meats, steady; plck-
len neines, iM.n I4.Z&; plrk led shoulders.
t fii9 0i; plvkled hams, $U.S4i 12 (0. Ierd.
ensler: western steamed, $1060; reflned,
easy; continent, $11; South America, $11 t;
compound. $7.5'ifj7.75. Pork, dull; famllv,
$jn 5"iZ1.i; short clear. $19.0T'p'21.00; mess,
$17.7r'iiH 50.
HITTER Receipts. 7.742. pkgs.; firm;
state dairy, 17H214c; creamery, extra, 224c;
creamery, common to choice, 174fi22c.
CHEESE Receipts. 9.094 pks.; firm;
fancy, large, new, state, full cream, colored
and white, 114c; fancy, small, colored and
white. 12c.
EUOR Receipts, 9 2S2 pks.; steady; state
and Pennsylvania, average best, 22i2r?4c;
western candled, 21023c.
POl'LTRY Aiive. steady, unchanged;
dressed, quiet; western chickens, llUi&lSc;
western fowls, 12413c; spring turkeys,
Wa lc.
METALS Tin was weak In the New
York market, trading dull, with buyers
disposed to look for still further conces
sions. The close wss about 25 points lower,
with spot at $25.5i "326 65. In Ixindon the
same metal declined 15s, with spot closing
at 117 7s 6d and futures at 115 6s. Copper
was 6s 2d lower at Ixindon, where spot
closed at 52 and futures at 52 2s 6d. There
was little demand in the local market.
Ike closed at $11.55ifjll.75, standard at
S10.75fill.00, electrolytic at 4ll.4a6.ll.66 and
casting at $1 l.?ni.50. I-ad was quiet at
10 l.'.s In Tendon and at $4124 In the local
market. Spelter here was steady, but quiet
at $5 50. The London market also was quiet
at 19. Iron was a shade lower In the
English markets, Glasgow closing at 5Ss 2d
and Mlddlcsborough at 63s 44d. In the
local market Iron waa quiet and unchanged.
Warrants continue nominal. No. 1 north
ern foundry la quoted at $23.0nf25.oo; No. 3
northern foundry, No. 1 southern foundry
and No. 1 southern soft foundry at $22.00
23.00.
OMAHA
WHOLESALE
MARKETS.
Condition of Trade and Qootatloaa oa
Staple aad Fancy Prodnee.
EGOS Candled stock, 20c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 9Ue; roosters,
according to age, 4ifj5c; turkeys 8fJ)10c;
ducks and geese, 6iic; spring chickens,
per lb., 11U4c.
Bl'TTER Packing stock. 15c: choice
dairy, In tubs, IfifrlSc; separator, 251t24c.
FRESH C'At'QHT FISH Trout lie; her
ring. 6c; pickerel, 8c; pike, 10c; perch, 6c;
buffalo, dressed, 7c; sun fish, 3c; blueflns,
3c: whlteflsh. 10c: salmon. 16c: haddock. 11c:
codfish, 12c; redsnapper, 10c; lobsters, boiled.
per in., joe; lonsters, green, per lb., 27c;
bullheads, 10c; catfish, 13c; black baas, 18c;
halibut, 11c.
CORN 6Sc.
OATS 84c.
BRAN Per ton, $12 60.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hay Dealers' association: Choice No. 1
upland, $M; No. 1 medium, $7 60: No. 1
coarse, $7. Rye straw, $6.60. These prices
are for hay of good color and quality. De
mand fair: receipts light.
OYSTERS Standards, per can, 80e; extra
selects, per can, 37c; New York counts, per
can, 46c.
VEGETABLES.
NEW CELERY Kalamasoo, per dos., 80c;
Kearney, per dos., 3560c.
POTATOES New, per bu., 25fi30c.
SWEET POTATOES Per lb., 2c.
TCRNIPS Per bu.. 80c.
BEETS Per basket, 40c.
GREEN CORN-Per dos., 686c
CUCUMBERS Per bu., 25c.
RADISHES Per dos., 10c.
WAX BEANS Home grown, per market
basket, 25c; string beans, per market
basket. 25c.
CABBAGE Home grown, new, lc.
ONIONS New home grown, In sacks, per
bu.. SOiftflOc. '
TOMATOES Per market basket, 450500.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2 .15.
FRUITS.
PEACHES California late Salwavs, 75c;
Colorado, 75 80c; Michigan, per bu. box,
$2.60.
PLUMS California per 4-basket crate,
fancy, $1.25; California egg, per box, $1.10;
home grown, per 8-lb. basket, lMriitc; Colo
rado and Idaho, per 4-basket crate, ftocinti.
PRUNES California, per box, $1; Hun
garian, $1.26; Utah, par 4-basket crate, 85c.
PEARS Fall varieties, per box, $1.75;
Utah canning stock, per box, $l.E6ai.60.
APPLES Cooking, per bbl.. $2.25; eating,
Winesaps, $2.Z5y2.&0; Jonathans, $2.75.
CANTALOUPE Genuine R. F., per crate,
82.25.
CRAB APPLES Per bbl.. $3.50.
WATERMELONS Crated, 15Q20o.
GRAPES Eastern, 22c; Tokays, per crate.
$1.76.
CRANBERRIES Per bbl, $6.5o.75: per
box, $2.40.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
BANANAS Per bunch, according to stse,
82.25Cg.2.75.
LEMONS California, 84.00g4.25; Messlnas.
S4.6tKji6.00.
ORANGES Valencia, S4.755.00; New Ja
maica, any aire, $4.60.
PINEAPPLES Per crate, S4.254.50.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HONEY New Utah, per 24-rrame case.
t oO.
CIDER New York, $3.75.
HIDES No. 1 green, 640; No. 8 green,
64c; No. 1 salted, 84c: No. 2 salted, 74c;
No. 1 veal calf, 8 to 124 lbs., 84c; No. 2
veal calf, 12 to 16 lbs.. 6c; dry hides, 8d12c;
sheep pelts, 75c; horse hides. tl.5OSi2.50.
POPCORN-Per lb., 6c; shelled, 6c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shell, per lb.,
loc; hard shell, per lb., 124c; No. 2 soft
Bhell, per lb., 11c; No. 2 hard shell, per lb..
10c; Braslls, per lb.. 10c; Alberts, per lb.. 12c;
almonds, soft shell, per lb., 16c; hard shell,
per lb., 15c; pecans, large, per lb., 12c;
small, per lb.. 10c; cocoanuts, per dos.. 60c.
OLD METALS A. B. Alpern quotes the
following prices: Iron, country mixed, per
ton, $11; Iron, stove plate, per ton, $8; cop
per, per lb., 84c; brass, heavy, per lb., 84c;
brass, light, per lb., 64c; lead, per lb.. 8c:
sine, per lb., 24c; rubber, per lb., 64c.
St. Louis Grain and Provisions.
ST. LOUIS Sept. 30.-WHEAT-Lower;
No. 3 red cash, elevator, 664c; track, 67Via
67c; Beptember 6o'yc; December, 66c; May.
684c; No. 3 hard, 68c.
,ORI!L-EaBr: No- a cash, 564c; track. 564
3c; September, 4c; December, 884c;
May. S84c. '
OATS Lower; No. 3 caah. 28c; track.
HjO'30lC; September. 29c; December, 27c;
May, 2Sc; No. 2 white. S5c.
HYE-Dull at 40644c.
FI3UR Dull; red winter patents, $3.25
6335; extra fancy and straights, $2.953.20:
Clear. $2.Kt'f2 9U. f
CORN MEAL Steady, $2..
BRAN Steady to firm; sacked, east track,
SSifciSitc.
.,H.AI"r,Bet,er: "mothy, S8.0012.60; prairie,
V7.609X v. 60.
WrilSKY-Steady, $1.32.
IRON COTTON TIES $1,074
BAGGING 6 i-6(itl l-16c. 1
HEMP TWINK-So, "
PROVISIONS-Pork, lower; Jobbing, new.
$10.35; old. $16.75. Lard, higher. $10 10. Dry
salt meats ( boxed 1. steady; extra shorts
and clear ribs. $11,624: short clears, $12,124
Bacon (boxed). - steady ; extra shorts and
clear ribs. $12,624: short clears, $13.
METALS - Irfad. steady at $4.00et.024.
Spelter, quiet at $5.20.
POCLTRY-Steady; chickens and spring.
4r; turkeys. &oloe; ducks, 74c; geese. 44c
da"rVTfl?r" lTm'' Cream"r' 14c;
KtiGS-Steady at 20c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls s on) 15 ftftO
Wheat, bu 184.UO0 Inn OcIO
Corn, bu H iui ,1 a.i
Oats, bu 77.000 62'ftdl
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 90. -i-WHB AT Sep
tember. 6Kc; December, 34c; cash, No 2
hard. 67jSc; No. 3, 014i'2':; No. 2 red. Mm
674c; No. 8. 624i24c '
CORN Septemher. 6H4c; December. 35c;
cash, No. 3 mixed, 66c; No. 3 white. 59Wc
No. 3. 5c. '
OATS-No. 3 white, 32ifi324c.
RYE No. 2. 45c.
HAY Choice timothy. $9.50610.00; choice
prairie, $i7W(S.25. '
BUTTER Creamery. 19tfj'20c; fancy dairy,
17c.
EGGS Steady; fresh Missouri and Kan
sas stock. 174c dos.. loss off, cases returned.
.... , . Recelts. Hhlpmenti!
Wheat, bu 47 600 86.6.W
Corn, bu , 7.&0 too
Oats, bu n.uoo hjO
. Liverpool Grata aad Provisions.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. SO.-WHEAT-Spot.
Nq. 3 red, western winter, dull, 6s lOd; No
1 northern, spring, lirm. 6s 7d; No. 1 Ca'l
fornla, tirm, 6s 6d; futures, quiet; Decem
ber, 6s 9d; March, Cm 9d.
COHN-Spot. quiet; American mixed. 6s
. :.(u;ur.e8 ""let; October, 5i 4"d; January.
6s 24d: March. 4s.
PROVISIONS-Pork, prime mess, west
ern. strong. 90s. Bacon. Cumberland cut.
strong, bos d; Bhort rlba, strong; long
c ear middles, heavy, strong. 63s 6J; short
clear backs, firm. 69s W. Shoulders, square,
strong, tim d Ijird. prime western. In
p';n.".te"aTy. S. '
A.tPm."1' fl"'
Receipts of wheat during the last three
days. 3i3,(iU) centals. Including AJO.uuO AmVr.
lean; receipts of American corn during tha
last three days, .5wo centals.
Dnlath Grain Maiet.
t'lFV- ept. JO-WHEAT-Caah. No.
1 hard, Oc: No. 3 northern. 6040; No 1
northern. 74c; IJecember. 6iA,c; May sse
OATS-Deteinber. 2i4c. r'
Palladelakla Prodnee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. SI BUTTER
Steady and fair demand; extra western
creamery. He; extra nearby prints. 24o
o Firm and good demand; reah
nearby, 24c, los off ; fresh western. 23c loss
off; fresh southwestern, 22c, loss off; f-esh
southrn. 21c, loos off.
CHEESE Firm; New York full cresms,
prime, small, 12c; New York full creams,
fair to good, lll911c; fair to good, large,
1046-U4C
Cfiangea la Available Supplies.
NEW YORK. Sept. 30 Special cable and
telegraphic communications received bv
Brsdstreets show the following changes
In supplies as compared with last accounts:
WHKAT United States and Canada, east
of Rockies, Incresse, 1. 430,0m bu.; afloat for
ana in Europe, increase, l,4U,uuu bu.; tota
supply, Increase. 8,nl,tmo bu.
CORN United States and Canada, east
of Rockies, Increase, 1.W9.I") bu.
OATS United States and Canada, east
of Rockies, increase, 1,047,000 bu.
Among the "more Important Increases re-
portea tnis ween are tnose of 400,000 bushels
at northwestern Interior elevators, 275,(0
Dusneis in oianitona, isj.uki tusnels at
Newport News. 146.000 bushels at Chicago
private elevators. 140,ono bushels at Minne
apolis private elevators. 132.000 bushels at
St. Joseph, 131.000 bushels at Omaha. 78,000
nusneis at nurungxon ana tw.oou bushels at
Portland. Me.
The leading decreases are those of 100,000
oueneis ai ixuisvuie ana 63,oou bushels at
Depot Harbor.
eral fund, exclusive of the $1SO,ooft.ono gold
reserve in the division of redemption.
shows: Available cssh balance, $221,865,164;
goin, i.e,oi3,.
Toledo Grala and Seed.
TOLEDO, Sept. 30. WHEAT Dull;
eumie tower; caan ana oepiemoer, illsc;
December. 724c: May. 73c.
CORN Active; September. 684c; Decem-
wr, ac; Aiay. c
OATS Quiet September, Sic; December,
rii.'j may. vtlc.
RYE No. 2. 61c.
SEED Clover, moderately active; Oc-
luuer, a.u; January, SD.bo.
Minneapolis Wheat Flonr and Bran,
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 30 WHEAT Sep
tember, 4c December, 6554c; on track,
11,. imiu, oi'sc, iiu, a norinern, ddvsc; ino.
2 northern. SSVtiC
FIXUR First patents, $3.8033.90; second
patents, tswas.io; nrst clears, $3.0O3.1O;
BRAN In bulk, $11,603)11.75.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 30. WHEAT
jxiwer; imo. 1 norinern, 73; no. 3 northern.
W V T. .Tin 1 1 Mn 1 ROn
BARLEY Steady'; No. , 71o; sample, 40
CORN December, 464c.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, III., Sept. 30. CORN Easier;
No. 3 574c.
OATS Irreffiilar Knt mtmnAv Nn a whli.
8C4eHf, billed through.
WHISKY On the basis of 81.S2 for fln
tched good a
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Wall Street Recovers Booyantly from
Monday's Condition.
NEW YORK, Sept. 30,-The losses sus
tained In prices of stocks yesterday, which
reached practically panic proportions, were
more than wiped out todav. There were
remaining- trace of feverlshness in today's
imams; auer me sjiasmooic recovery at
the opening, but as the day progressed the
trading settled down Into a growing buy
ing movement, which became furiously ac
tive In the final dealings and mads the
closing exceedingly buoyant on the largest
volume of dealings of the day, The meas-
uicb ui reuei ior me money marset otlerea
by the secretary of the treasury were the
primary causes of the sudden reversal of
sentiment, but well defined rumors of a
settlement of the coal strike assisted the
buoyant outburst at the close, the coalers
taking the lead of the excitedly rising mar-
The money market showed none of the
excessive stringency of yesterday, but
rates for -call loans went as high as 19 per
cent In the forenoon, In spite of the relief
at hand. Preparations for the October 1
disbursements were a Complicating factor,
but during the afternoon the forces of
relief began to make an Impression upon
the market. Apparently the necessary pre
parations for the October payments had
been completed. Loan rates fell away
rapidly and helped the very buoyant tone
toward the close. It has been very per
sistently maintained that the stringency of
the money market was the only cloud upon
the speculative horizon ana the only draw
back to the upward course of prices of se
curities. It was but natural, therefore, that
the news of the quite drastic measures pro
posed by the secretary of the treasury for
the release of surplus government funds
to the money market should have quickly
checked the demoralised sentiment of yes
terday. The remission of the requirement
upon national banks to maintain their
25 per cent cash reserve against government
deposits promises to afford upward of
$30,000,000 of bank reserves for other pur
poses, or to follow the argument of the
secretary of the treasury, to permit addi
tional credits to the amount of four times
the cash reserves thus mode available. This
would equal $130,000,000 of additional credit
for the country at large. The amount of
government deposits In New York banks
amounts to some $41,500,000. which would
also be the amount of the additional credits
Immediately available to the New York
market. This Is to say, over $10,000,000 of
New York banks' caeh is released from
the reserve requirement. There was no
mistaking the stimulating effect of this
possibility upon speculative sentiment. The
extent of the effect of the other measures
proposed by the secretary was considered
more open to question.
The action of the late market raises some
question as to the exclusive part played by
the money s'ringency In the stock market
depression. The sudden response to the
expectation of a coal strike settlement In
dicates that the growing bad effects of
that struggle upon Industry In general were
becoming an Increasing Influence upon tfle
values of eecurltles. Reassuring Intima
tions that the Louisville & Nashville set
tlement was progressing also helped to re
store confidence.
Bonds recovered In company with stocks.
Total sales, par value, $4,240,000. United
States bonds were all unchanged on the
last call.
The following are the closing prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
Atchison (14 8t. Paul pfd...
do pfd...., mu So. Pscldc ....
Bal. Ohio 107V go. Rail... ...
. do Did
.in Tun a Pacific
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. SO.-MONEY-On call,
orm at jtf.'i per cent, ciosea onerea at
per cent.. Prime mercantile paper, 6 per
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, then
easy, with actual business In bankers'
bills at S4.854i4.f54 for demand and $4 8?4
for slxtv-day bills; posted rates, $4 83 4
and S4i;4; commercial bills, $4 .24r4.824.
m l.VEK liar, dnc; Mexican dollars, 40c
BONDS Government, steady; state, In.
active; railroad, strong.
7 he closing quotations on bonds are as
roiiows:
.1VU a N. snl. 4 1414
.110 IMex. ('Mitral 4a (14,
.10 do Is inc n
.ins atnn a st. L, 4s....io
M., K. T. 4a loo
An do Sa M
.110VN. T. Caatral la lei
... liitti so sen. H i
N. J. O. sen. is 1M
...IneNo. Pacific 4a 1044
...104 I do la 44
... WA N. w. c. 4a tot
...104 IRMdlns sen. 4a 4
... 4 St. L a 1. H. a. U..1I7H
...liu st. u. s. F. aa....ioa
...1074 St. L. 8. W. la t
...lft do ta M4
... ran s. A. a A. p. 4a "
...104 So. Pacific 4a 94
l4 So. Railway (a
K Taiaa Pacific- la...im4
rea;..
V. a. ref. la, rag
do coupon
do 2a. reg
do coupon
do sew 4a. reg.
do coupon
do old 4a,
do coupon
dt as, res.
do coupon
Atchlann cen. 4a....
do ad. 4s
Bal. A Ohio 4a
do J'-a
do conr. 4a
Canals So. fa
Central of Oa. is...
do la Inc
C. O. 4a
Chlcaio A A. ma.
('., H. A Q. n, 4a..
C, K a n P . 4a.
C. A N. W. c.
r.. R. I. P. 4a..
rr Jk St. U g. 4
Chicago Ter. 4
Colorado So. 4a
Penver A R. t. 4
Erla prior Hon 4a.
do general 4a....
F. W. D. C. la.
Hocking Val. ma.
Offered.
.HI ,T.. St. L. A W.
.13S 'Union Pacific 4a.
.lo4 do cost. 4a....
i.im iWahanh la
. M I do 2s
. 94 I do deb. B
..101 Wcst Shore 4a....
.. tUj 'Wheel. L. B.
.. Wli. Central 4a.
..Ill icons. Tobacco 4a
..10!i
4a.. m
...1044
...loot
...118V
...iff
... 4
...li4
a.. M4
... n
... 44
Boston Stoek Market.
i urx, Kept. 81) all loans, VB7 per
wf-ni, iirne loans, wrp per cent, umclal
closing on stocks and bonds:
4s
C...
de pfd....
Canadian Pacific...
Canada 80
Chea. A Ohio
Chicago A Alton..
do pfd
Chicago it E. 111.
do pfd
Chicago A K. III..
Chicago AO. W..
do lat Pfd
do Id pfd
.1M
. Tf4
. !
4 Toledo, St. L. A W. tt
114 do Dfd.
Union Pacific
TI4 do pfd
14 Wabuh
do pfd
114 Whacking A L. E..
Ii ' do Id pfd
4 Wla. Central
do pfd
Chicago A N. W lis Adame Ez
C. R.
A P.
..I?1 American Eg.
Chicago Tar. A Tr... 11 United statea E.
do pfd
44
.107
. 0i
. it',
. 6J.,
. 271,
. S:
. W'
. SI
.100
.2M
14
404 Wella-Pargo Kl 11
C. C. C. A Bt. L 1021 Ama. Copper
Colorado So..
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Del. A Hudwa
Del. L. A W
Denver A R. O ...
do pfd
Erla
do 1st pfd...
do Id pfd
Oreat Nor. pfd.
Hocking Valley
do pfd
Illlnota Central
Iowa Central ...
do pfd
Lake Erla A W
do pfd
U A N
Manhattan L...'
Met. St. Rr
4
1 A mar. Car A F 2f.
724 do pfd l
4Ti Amar. Lin. Oil IS
.177 do pfd.
.173 Amer. 8. A R
6'4 do pfd
12 Anac. Mining Co....
4i Brooklyn R. T
'4;Colo. Fuel A Iron...
00 Cone. Oaa
11
. 47
W4
103
. -,
'4
121
...1J font. Tobacco pfd.,.1231
. w;iwn, ciectrio In64
.. mi inocKing oai
-.163 Inter. Paper I.14
..45 I do pfd 711
.. It Ir.ter. Power f.... 41
.. 41 National Elarutt 44
..13 National Lead 17
..141 No. American 127
..H7i Pacific Coaat 71
.14i' Pacific Mall 4
Mea. Central 7 People'a Oaa
Mi. Nallonal
Minn. A St. L
Mo. Pacific ..
at.. K. A T...
do pfd
K. J. Central
N. T. Central
Norfolk a W.,
do pfd
Ontario a W.
Pennsylvania
Reading
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
St. L. A 8. V....
do lat pfd
do Id Dfd
St. L. 8 W
do pfd
St. Paul
Offered.
..... iT'i rreaae4 s. Car....
linsi do pfd
ll Pullman P. Car ...
J1H republic Steel ....
tl4 do pfd ,
171 Sugar
I"1 Tenn. Coal A Iron
TlVl'nlon Bag A P....
3 do pfd
3VU. 8. Leather ....
1M74i do pfd
71 ,V. 8. Rubber
74l do pfd
7 it'. 8. Steel
74 do pfd
. .. B3 .Wratern Vnlon ...
... 73 Amer. Locomotive ... 3i)4
.., 1 UU piq 91
... 7', K. C. Southern 35
...1M ' do pfd SI
1044
4
1
293
214
7
47H
l4
74V,
14
HI
II
ii
. l.-.i
Loadoa Stoek Market.
LONDON. Sept. SO. 4 p. m.-Cloalng:
Chi,... 11 Ik
c. h. a at. p..
DeDeera (def.)...
Denver A R. O.
o pfd
Erie ,
do 1st pfd
4.1 u nia
Illlnota Central.
.161'
74
4
13 i
114
44 'e
, 2
- f "
CmuI. 1. . . . w .
muu, ntv iora 1 eutral .
- .. , . . . ...niui, m r. Miirn
Auaconda &L. An M
Atchlaon VlV. Ontario A West era
do pid los I'ennarlvanla
Baltlmnre a nhln lua u
( nad Ian paclgc 141 .Reading
Chesapeake A Ohio... il do 1st pfd
.13 Soathern Ratlwajr. U
. i . an ptv n
.44', Southern Pacific 74
.. I niou Padlc 1074
. K-V do pfd M14
. I'niud States Steal.. 404
. biW' do pfd tuJ
ir.v a-.k... ..7
Loul.vllle A Naah....l44 do iu
llW,BPala 4a 7
do pfd t I
BAR SILVER Quiet at 23 -ld per
Ounce.
MONEY-4$ per cent The rate -of
aucount In the otien market for short bills
per 'T Cenl" ,hre n-0,-,h, ". 4
Atchiana
Oaa la...
N. IS. O.
Atchison
do pfd
Boston A Albany.
Boatnn A Me
Roaton Elevated .
N. Y., N. H. A H
Fltchburg pfd
t'nlon I'aclfla
Mm. Central
Amer. Bugar
do pfd
American T. A T.
Dominion I. AS..
Oen. Electric
Miu. Electric ...
do pfd
N. E. O. A C
t'nlted Fruit
U. 8. Steel
do pfd
West In eh.
Adventure
... IO141 Alloue 1-4
... ewva Amiipaiui
,...44 I Bingham t4
... 1 emmet a Hecia Boo
...101t Centennial lgu.
...141 Copper Range it
,...14 Dominion Coal 127
,...154 franklin 14
...123 Iale Royals II
....112 Mohawk 464
...i"- uiu ifomimoo 17
.... Osceola S7
....127 Parrot 26
...11 Qulncy m
...14T4j Santa r Copper .... 14
...eo Tamarack 141
...111 Trlmountala Pft
... 1414 Trinity 104
... N United States :iV
... 44 Utah J
,..110 Victoria i
... 40U Winona 1 1S-H
'i 1 Wolverine to
Common... ion Daly Weat...n 70U
l4
Kew Tork Mining; Stocks.
NEW TORK. Sept. 30. The following are
the closing prlcet on mining stocks:
Adams Con
Alice
Broeee
Brunswick Oon....
.Comatock Tunnel.
Con. Cel. A Va...
Horn Silver
Iron Bllver .......
LeadTtlle Coo .....
... 30
... I
... to
... T
- 44,
...iot
...116
... M
... t
Little Chief ...
Ontario
Ophlr
Phoenix
Potoal
Savage
Sierra Nevada
Small Rosea ..
Standard
,. U
.124
. M
.
. t
. I
,. 7
. So
,IM
Baak Cleaarlaurs.
.OMAHA. Sept. SO. Bank clearings today,
$1.24!Md0.60: corrasnnndlnar rlav ...
S.i65.2fifU7; Increase, $2M,14.43.
v,niLAuu, oept. su.tJlea rings, $J1,W1.SU;
balances, $1,547,809. New Tork exchange
par; foreign exchange, unchanged: sterling
posted at $4,834 for alxty days and $4,864
for demand.
NEW YORK. Rent an fr-ebianw.e im
772.754; balances. $15,392,003. '
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 30. Clearings,
$l,8ol.953; balances, $2,387,864. For the
month: CIcarlr.ra. S.T7.fi'.i .(En .:.
$41,727,654. Money. per cent.
ST. IXJUI8. Sept. 8&.-C)earlngs. $6,890,198;
balances, $916,057. Money, steady, 6a per
cent; New York exchanire. Ion nlnconni
BOSTON. Rent .In. r.vAann. t'li ue -rx.
balances. $l,o4231. ' " '
923; balances. $749,095. Monev. ner' rent '
CINCINNATI. Her.t Xi Cleorin.. Mian.
200; money. ner cent: New Vnrw' ...
change, par.
Wool Market.
ST. IX)U1S. SeDt 80. WOOTOnlt.
fine,
medium grades and combing, 1516cTllghlJ
rlnA 19A.17n. V. .... . . a . ...... . .
'. . urn , t .
washed, Iflig2fi4c. ' '
BOSTON. Sent. afU-WOOT Th. vnl,,m.
of business In the local market has In
creased since last week and prices are
very strong. Fine" wools are especially
firm, with offerings limited. Ohio and
Pennsylvania XXX are nominal at 30(S31e;
XX and above, 2o429c; X. !&27c: Michi
gan XX. 25(a'26c; fine territories are active
and increasing In strength, trine, nini
are quoted at 65(17; strictly fine, 604355c;
uric huh one menium, ootiosc; May, 4MH7C.
LONDON, Sent. . 30.-WOOL The offer
ings at the wool auction sales today num
bered 11,584 bales, mostly New Zealand
stock. A moderates quantity of good, me
dium crossbreds was taken for America
at 15 per cent advance and also some
greasy merinos at an Increase of 20 ner
cent over the July prices. Iambs' wool
was firm and sllpes were steady. The with
drawals to date number 12.700 bales. Fol
lowing are the sales in detail: New Rnnth
Wales, 1,400 bales; scoured, 44dlsd:
greasy, 3'idrr.ls. Victoria. snn K lex-
scoured. 7dWlsld: greasy, 44U4d. South
Australia. 40 bales; scoured, 64cliffls 84d;
greasy. 4&74d. New Zealand. 7,3uo bales;
scoured, 44dls74d; greasy, 34&U4d.
Cape of Good Hope and Natal, 400 bales:
scoured. 9d: greasy. 6WrrM. F-niwiar,ri
Islands, 1,000 bales; greasy, 3474d. Punta
Arenas, 1,100 baits; greasy, 3'7d.
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
Oattl Btceipta Msr Medsrtte ana Pricsa
Held Abeut Iteady.
HOG MARKET SLOW AND LOWER
Qaallty of Bkeep aad
Common, bat Still
Everything; Sold
Akeat Steady
lanbi Ratker
Practically
at Jnat
Prices.
SOUTH OMAHA Sept. fl.
Receipts were: Cattle.
Official Monday 13,228
Official Tuesday J.300
Two days this week...- 18,528
Same days last week.... 15,M
Same week before 31,77
Same three weeks ago.. 15,16
Same four weeks ago... 14.93
Same days last year lfi 7st
Total this month 153.400
Total September, 1901... 8S.rs
Total September. 19ri... 99 1KB
Total September. 1899...120,96
Total September, 188...loi,5iw
Total September. 1K97...119 M17
Total September, 1896... 73.058
Total September, 18!... 75,228
RECEIPTS FOR
Hogs. Sheen
2, Ml 8.9t8
8,990 11,218
6,091
3,771
S.H90
6,82
6,729
11,720
90.579
117.336
146.393
149.673
169,415
128, 753
9n,0n7
49,301
30,186
39.313
88,4'Cl
43,672
22.2i)o
28.110
285,205
16!i,778
158, 4" n
131.S60
111.394
48,746
63.272
36.947
THE YEAR TO DATK
The following table shows th nr.ini. ..t
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omnh foe
the year to date and comnnrtsons with lest
year:
190i. 190!
6H9.64S 657,638
l,765.9(r2 1,753.260
1,023.947 S84.848
Inc.
1U.10S
2.643
139,098
Cattle
Hogs
Sheep
ine following table shows the ov.i-e..
price ot hogs sold on the South Omaha
market the last several days, with com
parisons with former years:
Data. MOa. 11901. 1900.1899. 1898. 11897. 1S96.
Sept
sept.
Bept
Sept.
Sept.
Sept,
Sept
Sept,
Sept,
Sept.
Bept
Sept
Sept
Bept
Bept
Sept
Sept
Sept.
PeDt.
Sept
Sept.
Sept.
oept
Sept.
Bept.
Bept.
eept.
Bept.
Sept
Sept.
17..
18..
19..
SO..
21..
22..
23..
34..
26..
2..
37..
88..
29..
S0..I
TS24I
7 444
T864
7 334
I WS4j
44TI
T4S
T6ih;
T 484,
7 46V4
T 564
4
7 7
7 64
7 i2
1 43
7 S7i
e
7 4
714
7 6-,-dj
I bo
7 37
7 344
7 22 4
s
16
26
34
sol
V
6 46
( 40
C 39
4
62,
a
I 67
62
76
77
86
a
6 8
82
( 80
76
79
81
87
I 041 4 SO
14
6 02,
I 06
5 08
6 06
6
t 10
e
I 16,
6 22
6 20
6
6 06
6 09
e
6 13
6 13
6 19
6 221
6 23
6 21
a
I 14
6 161
6 16
6 15!
61 16
6 17:
4 191
4 22,
4 23
4 30
4 301
4 29,
s n
s t
S 65
8 3
8 63
8 63
8 60
S 67
8 (81
4 28
4 22 8 V
4 261 3 79
4 30 S S3
1 oai a n
4 07 8 61
4 07
4
406
4-02
8 n
s u
8 71
8 76
a
a 7$
4 001 8 II
4 S4
e
4 32
4 33
t 811
4 31
4 35
e
4 41
4 39
4 36
4 44
4 37
4 S6
3 68
3 68
a 74
8 71
3 71
8 73
8 77
8 77j
8 71
8 72
a 64
a 4
8 67
8 94
8 S3
8 84,
8 62'
3 89,
3 b
S 84,
3 86
3 94
e
4 031
4 01
8 86
8 76
8 8
8 82
e
a 78
a 83
8 81
8 81
3 81
a m
a si
8 79
a
8 6S
2 70
a 73
2 66
8 71
a S6
a 83
a 81
ass
2 81
a so
2 99
e
8 89
2 91
2 97
14.
17 cows...
8 calves.
6 calves.
4 calves
STOCK COWS AND HEIFERS.
M' I J rr t s
! I" 1 70 I 71
HEIFERS.
771 4 M
NEBRASKA.
2'3
2.'
4 feeders..
780
750
ir.ti
90
710
1 feeder
1 feeder
6 feeders
6 feeders
1 feeder.
11 feeders.. 1M
1 feeder... 14J0
31 feeders.. 1013
39 feeders.. 1132
1 feeder... 1140
6 feeders.. 9t"8
7 feeders.. 9fi3
8 feeders.. IK
6 feeders.. 1221
2 feeders. .11!
1 steer 12ii0
1 steer HkW
2 steers.. ..U
1 steor 1250
8 steers.. ..1150
1 Steer 1120
46 feeders.. 1143
37 feeders.. 1136
1 feeder... I116O
2 60
a 25
4 60
a no
3 60
8 6
8 60
5 so
S 60
I Ai
3 26
3 25
4 no
4 00
4 OO
4 00
4 00
3 60
4 10
4 10
4 00
4 00
4 Oil
4 00
4 00
I 0
COLORADO.
22 feeders.. 944
2 feeders.. 715
1 b'HI 1150
10 steers.. ..1143
10 steers.. ..1176
S Steers.... 920
2 steers... .11 40
1 steer
t steers.. ..1075
1 steer. .
17 steers.
6 steers..,
1 steer....
1 feeder.
4 feeders. .12J6
1 feeder. ..1016
40 feeders.. 1049
2 feeders.. 12-5
4 feeders.. 1237
1 feeder. ..1110
1 stag 1200
1 steer 3ii0
3 steers.. ..11h6
1 steer l.W
1 steer 1020
..I020
.1210
.l.elj
.1140
..1190
479
. 910
1120
, 9.10
. 796
. 820
C.
.. 955
.. 926
..1000
.. 850
..M60
..1100
..1010
..1070
980
. 20
. 210
. 110
.1074
.176
8 60
8 60
3 50
8 no
2 60
2 76
2 75
4 JO
2 90
C. Wetsel Neb.
2 40 Ibull 1130
2 50 4 cows 1022
WYOMING.
6 calves..
1 calf
1 CHlf
59 feeders.
34 feeders.
7 feeders.. pwo
46 feeders.. 1202
27 feeders. .1171
16 calves.
1 cow
1 bull
1 stag
16 heifers..
2 heifers..
10 cows. . . .
8 cows....
1 cow
1 cow
2 corns..
1 cow. ..
1 cow...
1 feeder.,
1 feeder..
43 feeders.. 1036
29 feeders.. 1023
49 feeders.. 1055
25 feeders.. 1126
7 feeders.. 9S3
4 feeders.. 945
6 feeders.. Stat
29 feeders.. 1018
S Drake V'.K
45 feeOers.. 985 3 80 45 feeders.. 974
4 feeders.. 979 3 80 16 feeders .1047
George Klchanls Wyo.
8 feeders.. 1250 4 ftn 1 raH mo
o ieeaera. jcw a ko s
31 feeders.. 970 4 60
. . J A. Kennedy Wyo.
U feeders.. 1097 4 60 3 feeder.
4 00
4 Of)
$ 60
8 90
8 60
8 60
8 ft)
8 60
8 60
8 OO
3 00
4 on
4 25
8 26
4 00
4 10
4 00
4 10
4 10
4 10
4 10
8 60
4 00
4 00
4 00
8 60
4 60
a 75
4 00
3 60
8 60
3 60
8 60
3 50
3 15
3 25
3 25
3 25
3 25
8 85
4 30
3 60
8 60
3 60
8 85
4 SO
3 85
3 85
3 85
2 feeders.. 990
8 feeders.. 818
1 feeder... 910
1 feeder... 870
1 feeder... 1050
13 feeders.. 1001
1 feeder... loco
3 cows Uriel
1 cow 1020
1 cow 920
1 feeder... 700
18 feeders, 103.)
7 feeders.. 967
4 cows lino
2 feeders.. 1065
833
2 76
2 60
3 76
3 85
a 85
3 85
a 86
3 90
3 60
8 23
3 60
8 50
4 20
4 20
3 80
3 15
3 85
a so
3 30
3 60
8 60
2 feeders.
1180
K.
910
912
650
970
810 3 60
8 90
3 90
8 90
3 25
E.
Indicates Sunday. No market
YESTERDAY'S 8HIFMENT8.
The followlna table shows th mimR. r
cars of feeders shipped to the country yes
terday and their destination:
Cattle r
A t r. 1 w.i ... -
. iepuei, juaimo, ieo. B. at M
James McNamaro, Beemer, Neb. F E
C. H. Morlan, Leigh. Neb F. E . ..
B. Buraress. Kennard. Keh IT r
J. Gallagher, West Point Neb F. E .
William Vogle, Pilger, Neb. F. E
B. H. Von Seggerne. Wlsner. Neb F '
A. Smith. Mead. Neb V it.
Thomas Garhan. Rising City, Neb F.
. u. to 00 re, xesaman. rseo. M. a- o...
II. A. Ankcnv. Laurnl. J.-h ?.f . r
C. G. Johnson. Oakland, Neb. M. & S!
' " " amotiu, CU, 11. tW V 7 ...... .
C. E. Carlberg, Bancroft, Neb. M. Ac O.
r,. nenorickson, Wausa Neb. M. at O
G. E. Taylor, Lynnvllle', la. N. W..
W. R. Trower, Clinton, la, N. W
Fldell Kessler, Dunlap, la. N. W
George Gregory, Ralston, la. N. W...
Ed Millard. Dunlao. la 1. r
O. C. Meleroy. Harlan. la R. I
William Llnch. New Liberty, la. R. I..
C. Beckman, Atlantic, la. h. I
C. E. Sears, Anita. la. R. I
H. Mickey, Anita la. R. I
S. Corrough, Jr., Malcom, la. R. I
Main & O., Prairie City, la. R. I
Brenton Bros., Dallas Center, la. R. I
B. F. Latham. Rltchfleld. Nek-R r
R. E. Bodlne. Shelblna. Mo K. it'''
J. B. Hunter, Jr.. Buffalo. Ill Wab
Charles Miller, Olln, la. Mil
M. V. Lambert, Coon Rapids, la. Mil',
F. V. Shaw, Granger. Ia. Mil
Brenton Bros., Ortonville, la. Mil
Brenton Bros., Woodward, la. Mil
Doud & K.. Pekln. III. O ' '
Doud & K.. Peoria, III. O
D. L. Brockway. Red Oak. Ia. O
Modale, Elliott. Ia.-J
J. Taylor, Murray, Ia Q '.,
vvau, Dtanton, ia. u
Condition of the Treasary.
ment of the tr.aaury balances la the gen-
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Sent. SO. rnvw.vi
Spot Rlo. unlet: No. 7 Invoice. (Uc milri
steady; Cordova. 8 114c. Coffee futures
opened steady, with prices 6 points higher.
this being a poor response to firmness
abroad. The latter was attributed to
"frost" rabies from Santos, which reported
a loss of one-third of present flowering
and damage to many millions of young
trees. The local trade was not much Influ
enced by these reports and business fol
lowed a narrow rut all day, with prices at
one time about 10 points higher on bids
from shorts, but later reacting and closing
het 5 points higher, with the exception of
January,- which closed 10 points up. Sales
only come to 22.500 bags, Including October,
6. 05 6. 10c; December, 5.25&j.30c; March,
5.5oi6.55c; May, 6.65c; July. 6.804j.8oc; Au
gust, 6.86c.
Oil aad Hoafn.
OIL CITY. Pa., Sept. 30.-OIL-Credlt
balances, $1.22; certificates, no bid. Ship
ments, 109.0O) bbls., average. 87,877 bbls ;
runs. 23.Ji!9 bbls., a.-erage 81.818 bbls.
SAVANNAH. Sept. 30.OIL Turpentine.
A, B, C. D. $1.25:
II. $1.65: I. $1.90:
W, $3.65; WW,
firm at 47-c. Roeln, firm
E. $1.32; F. $1.35: G. $1.40
K. $2.50; M, $3.00; N, $3.40;
84.00.
LONDON, Sept. 30. OIL Calcutta Un
seed, spot, 46s; linseed, 26s 6d; turpentine
spirits, 35s 6d; petroleum spirits. 6Sd.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. S0.-DRY GOODS
A better demand was reported today than
for some days past In cotton goods and
frequent complaints of scarcity of ready
supplies In both staple and fancy lines.
Tone, firm throughout; print cloths, firm,
sellers In some cases turning down bids at
the quotations. Export trade In heavy cot
tons, quiet; cotton hosiery and underwear,
In fair request.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 30.-COTTON-8pot
closed quiet; middling upland. 8Tc: mid
dling gulf, 94c; sales, 4.3S3 bales. Futures
opened steady; September, offered. 8.75c;
October, 8 63c; November, 8.64c; December,
8.72c; Januarv, 8 77c: February, 8.55c; March
and May. 8 66c: June. 8.58c.
GALVESTON. Sept. 30. COTTON Mar
ket quiet at 8 9-16c.
Live Stoek Market.
Sept. 30. CATTLE Re
st. .Irseph
ST. JOSEPH
ceipts, 2.347 head; steady to weak; stock
came auu, araggy; natives. 14 0O"ri8.(l; cows
and heifers, $2.0i?i5.75; veals, t3.0OW6.00; bulls
and stains, $2.5tfe5.86; Blockers and feeders.
$2. of 4h 5.00.
HOGS Receipts, 4.470 head: market 10tfi30c
lower; light and light mixed, $7.30j786; me
dium and heavy, $7 20(87.40; pigs, $4.0u))7.16:
bulk of sales. $7.251.36.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2 622
head; market steady to loc lower.
floua City l.lve .Stock Market.
SIOl'X CITY, Ia.. Sept. 30. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 2 600: market
steady; breves. $6.0ti 7.25 ; cows, bulls and
mixed, t2 6-fi4.50; stockera and feeders, $3.00
fcSoii; yearlings and calves, 12. 76174 no.
HOGS-Receipts 1 6u0; market steady, $7.W
67.25; bulk, $7.1567.20.
Stoek la Slgkt.
The following were the receipts of live
stock at the six principal cities yesterday:
t attle. Hoeta. Sheen.
Omaha
Chicago
Kansas City..
St. Loula
St. Joseph
Sioux City
Totals
.. 6.3O0
..10,u
..19.0) )
.. 4.5
.. 2.377
.. a 600
2.990
15.00)
18.01 )
i.(VO
4 47
l.suO
11.218
1S.CM)
10.000
2.oi "J
2,62!
...46.677 tO.OaS 43.74
S
F,
E.
J. P. Powell, Hamilton, la. Q...
toner a is., iromweii la. Q.
W. Forsythe. Grlswold." Ia Q.
F. L. Johnson, Lynn, 111. Q..,.
8. P. Neystrum, Lynn, 111. Q.
Ed Unquiet, Lynn, 111. Q
F. Laird. Burlfnsrton. Ia. O...
William Wilson, Emerson, la
bneep
t. r Jiiaynew, Friend, Neb. B. & M.
j. j. migoee, uretna, iMeo. B. & M. .
B. I-amb, Cedar Ranlds. Neb. U. P..
Corning Seed Co., Murray, la. Q
Corning Seed Co., Cumberland. Ta. Q
la. J..
3
10
2
8
4
2
6
6
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
2
2
4
1
D. D.
8 feeders.
4 feeders.
10 feeders.
1 stag
IVTdmlnr I.
140 feeders..lo5l 4 20
B. B. Brooks
68 cows..'.. .Iul2 3 65
4 cows 1022 3 00
1 cow 1270
1 cow e70
11 feeders.. 891
4 feeders.. 1002
1 feeder. . .1150
Insley
Hathaway Neb.
101 steers
16 steers..
. steers..
9 cows...
34 feeders
is teeoers
1 cow....
2 cows...
13 cows...
3 65
8 00
4 00
4 20
4 20
.1045 4 06
..10(0 4 06
..till 4 UU
R. Oland
. 963 8 80
. 968 70
.loao so
3 cows 970
2 cows 8R6
1 steer 1340
1 steer 1060
C. Co. Wyo.
28 feeaers.. 864
& Co. Wyo.
26 feeders.. 1035
39 feeders.. 713
27 feeders.. 870
88 feeders.. 711
1 feeder... 850
1 feeder... 980
2 steers.. ..1260
Reader Wyo.
70 steers... .1030
12 steers.. ..Ills.
183 feeders. 938
44 feeders.. 774
101 cows
7 bulls.
1 bull...
6 feeders.
Co. Colo.
22 steers.. ..1140
27 cows 842
10 cows 818
J. Brunschmld B. D.
910 2 85 1 bull 1030
,1000 2 86 4 cows 960
.810 2 00
Charles La fever Wyo.
2 66
3 25
4 10
8 25
I 90
4 80
6 06
4 75
6 06
4 00
4 20
4 75
3 80
X 76
3 25
2 60
2 au
2 85
2 00
,. 992
.1172
..1480
784
15 feeders.. 939
4 feeders.. 785
31 cows 1022
1 bull 1560
2 bulls 425
612
410
OJ0
3 95
8 75
a 00
2 85
2 35
8 00
T. Arm xr,v.
I9 cows 845 2 60 19 feeders
" cow 891 2 50 1 feeder.
8 heifers... 690 2 50 1 heifer..
VI Ttiim.ll. ur.m
1 teer lloo' 8 26 1 steer.'.... 900 8 00
. J- A. Myers Wyo.
U feeders.. 992 8 60 6 feeders.. 1290
P- W. Reynolds-Neb.
31 he f era... 936 2 60 1 feeder.. .1150
20 heifers... 823 8 00 7 calves... 224
19 heifers... 700 2 36
Hnhh nni V.l.
COWS 906 2 60 i cow.
1 bull 1200 1 75
A. B. Crltchlow tolo,
a) feeders.. iiMo 3 75 28 calves.,
29 calves... 334 8 36
82 feeders.. 1146 8 75
. . I Reber-S. D.
8 feeders.. 903 4 00 lbull....,
DftVls Rrni l-nln
79 cowa....i 858 2 80 17 heifers... 921
10 calves... 286 3 20 24 heifers... K28
ti. Bager Colo,
8 25
3 25
3 00
2 36
3 60
8 25
3 25
2 60
4 00
3 25
4 00
..1020 8 IS
274 4 76
1430 t 80
286
H.
86
820
74 cows.
15 cows.
6 cows 886
1 steer 450
37 feeders.. 690
1 steer 1040
1 heifei.... 620
1 heifer.... 620
2 35
2 75
2 70
2 00
4 30
2 25
2 60
00
22 stags...
37 calves..
32 calves..
8 feeders.
1 bull
1 bull 1430
1 heifer.... 730
31 heifers... 670
830
287
262
960
1450
8 76
8 76
3 as
3 35
4 75
3 60
2 25
2 25
2 50
3 60
stock
l ne official number of cars of
brought In today by each road was:
c. m, ft st. p. ..Ca.!Ue- H0Ba3 8he!PH'r,;
Wabaah 4 1 1'
Missouri Pacific 3 1
Union Pacific system 61 8
C. ft N. W 1 6
F.. E. ft M V 71 13
C, St. P., M. ft O.... 3 2
B. ft M 70 6
C. B. ft Q 3 8
K. C. ft St. J 12
C, R. I. ft P.. east.. 3 4
C, R. I. ft P., west.. 32
Total receipts 263 60
6
8
24
46
8
Tne disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num-
uer 01 neaa indicated:
2 90
2 25
2 65
4 60
Geora-e Hendricks t'nln
22 feeders.. 749 3 80 1 bull 1150
3 heifer.... 533 2 60 9 cows 817
16 cows 821 2 65 1 cow 930
1 cow 740 2 25
F. W. Lestern Neb.
1 steer 1100 3 76 43 feeders.. 1000
2 feeders.. 10H0 3 60
C. H. Cholfleld-Colo.
35 feeders.. 1014 3 60
HOGS There was not a heavy run here
lousy out. otner marxets were reported
luiiniucramjr lower, so mat prices took a
drop here also. The general market was
uBiii aruunu a 01 me tower man yesterday
on tne start s. few sales of the better
grades ' were perhaps not much over a
nickel lower, but to offset that the close of
inc innrnei was very dun ana some of the
heavy hogs sold more than a dime lower.
.... DU,K 01 tne sales went from $7.15 to
ei.co ana ae nign as (.D was paid. Trading
Wi not active at any time, us buyers did
not take hold with much life, so that It was
late before the bulk of the offerings was
disposed of.
Today s decline takes the market to the
lowest point reached nlnce the latter part
ot August. Representative sales:
Hogs. Sheep.
887 309
600
1.161
1.089
2.400
1,65,4
212
10.912
7.146 3,227 15,521
Buyers.
Omaha Packing Co
G. H. Hammond Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour ft Co
Cudahy, from K. C
Armour, from K. C
R. Becker ft Degan
Vansant A Co
Carey ft Benton
Ixibman ft Co
W. I. Stephen
William Underwood
Livingstone ft Schaller.
Dennis ft Co ,
B. F. Hobblck
Hamilton ft R
L. F. Hubs
Wolf ft M
Other buyers
Totals..,''.
CATTLE After yesterday's record hr-.w
Ing run of over 13,uu0 head of cattle, today's
receipts seemed rather small. The demand
was In fairly good shape, both from pack
ers and killers, and as a result prices held
up In very satisfactory manner, particu
larly on the moat desirable grades.
There were Just a few cars of corn fed
steers Included In the receipts, but none of
them showed much quality. The prices
paid looked Just about steady with yes
terday. The cow market waa a little uneven again
today. Packers were undoubtedly a little
bearish and started In by trying to buy
their supplies lower. In some cases they
succeeded and In others they did not, so
that the market could be quoted steady to
a shade easier. It was the medium grades
and canners that buyers were the most
bearish on, as there were not enough good
cows to give them an opportunity to pound
prices on such kinds.
Bulla, veal calves and stags sold without
much change from yesterday.
The demand for stockera and feeders
continued active so far as the better class
of cattle waa concerned. Anything good,
regardless of weight, sold at Juat about
steady prices, but, as usual, the common
and Inferior gradea were neglected and
sellers found It a difficult matter to dispose
of them at what seemed to be steady
prices. The quality of the great bulk of
the offerings wss far from being choice,
so that In reality there were more common
cattle on hand than were needea.
There were not very many western steers
Included In the receipts that were good
enough for killers, but those that did ar
rive sold without much trouble at steady
prices. The common cattle weie stow, but
not far from steady. Western feeders of
good quality also sold freely at yesterday's
quotations, but common cattle were
neglected. Good rows also commanded
steady prices, but the medium grades and
canners. If anything, were a little easier.
Representative sales;
BEEF BTEERS.
Ar. Pr. No.
....llto I 00 M ...
,....177 4 M 49
....Mil 4
COWS.
....lost so t
.... tee 1 w
BULLS.
1 1(44 I ill 1...,
I U. I at
A. Pr.
1JT7 10
.1113 10
..114 4 44
...154 4M
No.
II...
10...
M...
t9...
to...
46...
14...
...
it...
64...
M...
40. ...
48...
67...
(4...
DO...
71...
(3...
S3...
48...
34...
M...
47...
tt...
A. 8h. Pr.
7 14
t
1 16
7 IS
T 16
7 16
t K
I 13
1 ti
1 X
1 ss
7 16
1 U
7 ii
7 36
1 26
T 10
7 10
t as
T 34
1 30
7 30
T 36
1 6
M
1M
120
40
120
40
UI
0
80
40
Ml
SO
40
120
0
60
At. 8b. Pr. No.
...136 ... 60 44 214
SO T 10 120 22
...171 80 1 10 61
...174 40 T 12V, 2 224
...:r,4 ISO T 16 18 lot
...280 10 7 16 67 227
...HI ... t 15 74 Sit
...170 40 T 174 48 161
...320 10 f 17V 44 i!6
...2S ... 7 17 4 44 271
... 80 7 HI 41 261
...285 ... 1 M 73 241
...274 80 T 20 47 24
...270 80 7 20 66 284
...240 61) t 10 a i
...254 140 T 30 43 23)
...274 140 T 20 66 lt
...286 40 1 20 U 17
...241 120 7 10 48 241
...247 10 7 20 68 216
...241 0 7 20 33 211
...313 ... T IU 66 Ill
...171 80 7 111 71 227
....20 ... 7 134 68 244
SHKEP Receipts of sheep and lambs
were not as heavy today as they were on
Monday and the quality of the offerings
was again rather on the common order. A
very small proportion of the receipts were
good enough for killers and those that could
be classed as mutton grades were not
choice. Packers, though, paid Just about
steady prices for all they got. and the
market waa fairly active. Strictly good
stuff. It was thought, would have sold
stronger, as all the buyers claimed they
were looking for that class of both sheep
and lambs.
There war a good demand for feeders and
practically everything desirable In either
sheep or lambs sold at steady prices with
yesterday. The common kinds were slow
sale, but there was not much change In the
prlcea they brought.
Quotations: Good to choice yearlings
$3,754)4.00; fair to good. $3.50r(f3.70; good to
choice wethers. $3.4)K?r3.65; fair to good
wethers, $3.nOJj)3.40; choice ewes, $3.003 25;
fair to good ewes. $2 6T,r2.90; good to choice
lambs, $4.7isjij.')'); fair to good lambs, 84.609
4.75: feeder wethers. $3.0053.25: feeder year
lings, $3 26i&3 60; feeder lambs, $3.5ofr(4 10;
cull Iambs. $2.003.oo: feeder ewes, $1.75d
2.50; stock ewes, $2.503.25. Representative
sales:
No.
3ol Wyoming ewes
12o Wyoming wethers
249 Wyoming feeding lamba
2 culls
163 cjII feeder lamba
415 Wyoming yearlings
153 Wyoming feeder lambs..
744 Wyoming feeder lambs..
1 Wyoming yearling
1 Wyoming yearling
84 Wyoming feeder lamba.
19.1 Wyoming yearlings
609 feeder lambs ,
93 feeder lambs ,
4 Wyoming feeder lambs.
1716 Wyoming feeder Umbe
14 cull ewea
3i Wyoming feeder ewes..,
423 Wyoming feeder ewes..
i:) Wyoming wethers ,
2.7 Wyoming cull lambs....,
11 feeder yearlings ,
19 feeder lambs ,
12o patlve ewea ,
Av. Pr.
85 2 00
i-s a 00
62 4 00
lei 2 00
43 2 65
78 8 45
64 3 75
56 8 75
.70 8 60
.70 8 50
61 3 60
87 3 60
52 3 70
64 8 85
67 4 00
69 4 00
Vt 1 25
83 1 90
89 2 60
99 3 00
38 2 75
71 8 26
44 8 30
94 8 36
St. I.onla Live Sloek Market.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 30. CATTLE Receipt.
t.5o0 head. ncludlng 6.60U Texans; market
steady; native shipping and export steers.
$6.0iya7 60; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4 3.'xi7 26; steers under l.OuO lbs., S3.6iry5.00;
Blockers and feeders, $334l4 40; cows and
helfera, $2.2iii6 00; canners $1 76irJ 75; bulls,
$2.ifej4 Ou; calves, $3.uui6.76; Texas and In
dian steers, $1(094.60; cowl and heifers,
$2 toffs 40
H(Of4 rVeelple. 8 000 head' market loo
lower: pigs and lights, S6 '"iff.); packers,
$7.15-67 40- butchers, $7.9517-7.66. .
8UEKP AND LAMHrl-Recelpta. lf"S
head; market strong; native muttons. $3.35
4 W; lambs $4 4T f. SO ; culls and bu ks.
$2 50 4 00; stickers, $l.toJS.2S; Texana, $3.2$
63.70.
CHICAGO I.IVK STOCK MAFtKRT.
Cattle Steady ta lower Hegs Lower
' Sheep aad l.asaha Uwtr,
CHICAGO, Sept. 80.-CATTLrV-Rece1pts.
10.000 head. Including 4.6 westerns: good
steady, others lower; good to prime steers,
nominal. $7.6of(f8 SO; poor to medium, St.nrvfr
7.00; stockers and feeders. $3.6O4?i.0H; coa-s,
lower, $1. 60(rf4. 60; heifers. $2.25ir5.60; canners,
$1.25412.50; bulls. $2 0o?f4 50; calves. $3 0Oaj7.OO;
Texas fed steers, $3.004.26; western steers.
$3.60416 00.
HOGS Receipts, 15.000 head; estimated
tomorrow. 20.000: left over. 8.000; market
6'a pic lower, closed bad: mixed and butchers.
3.zni7.6&; good to choice hesvy, $7.ti7.T";
rough heavy, 87ootjI.26; light. 87.SOti7.CO:
bulk of sales, $7.2Vu7.40.
SHEEP AND I .A MRS Receipts. 18.000
head; market 10W15c lower; good to choice
wethers, S3.26Ci3.7S: fair to choice mixed,
S2.26CT3.25; western sh-ep. $2.6Ofi30: native
lambs. $3.6065 40; western lambs, $3.7r$'j.26.
Official yesterday:
Reeelnls. Shipment".
Cattle 25.9 8.770
Hogs . 19.027 S.2"3
Bheep 69.362 7.931
Kansas City I.Itp Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Sent. 30. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 16.200 natives, 2.800 Texans, 16 native
calves and 850 Texas calves; cattle steady-
to higher: westerns and arnssers onene I
steady, closed lower; western cows steady
to 10c lower; quarantine stuff slow; stock
ers and feeders steadv to lower: choice
export and dressed beef steers, 37.0M7.9;
fair to good. $4.4n.95; stockers and feed
ers. 82.504i4.50; western fed steers. $I.105.'10;
Texas and Indian steers. 83.75'i4 60; Texas
cows, $1.85?f3.05; native caws, $1.25t4.40: na
tive heifers, S2.2f.TJ 4.00; canners, $1.00'2.15;
bulls, $2.4vh3.50; calves, $2.6Oift6.0O.
HOGS Receipts, 18,000 head; market Vt
2o lower; top. $7.45; bulk of rates. $7,261
730; heavy, $7.2iv7.S5: mixed packers, 57.25(4'
7.45; light. $7.0O4j7.4O; yorkers, $7.367.4';
pips, th 2t.njr7.2o.
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 10,000
head: best sheep steady to strong, others
steody; native lambs. $3.20it'4.10; western
lambs, $3.fl(Kfj4.75; native wethers. $2.96fyt.OO;
western wethers, S2.60ff3.90: fed ewea, $2 9 in)
3.86; Texas clipped yearlings, $2 7 4iS.70;
Texss clipped sheep, S2.75ti3.0O; stockera and
feeders, $2.0003.05.
New York Lire Stoek Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 30.-BEEVE8 Re
ceipts, 117. Dressed beef, steady; city
dressed end native dressed. 7c to 124c per
lb. Cables last received quoted American
steers at 124c to 144c dressed weight;
refrigerator beet, l!Uc to 13c per lb. Ex
ports today estimated 800 cattle, 4.100 quar
ters of beef.
CALVES-Recelpts, 197: steady. Vests
sold at $4.5038.75 prT joo f,.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.771:
both sheep and lambs slow, generally rated
steady In price. Sheep sold at $2.5003.75
per 100 lbs, a few at $3.8Oftl.00; lambs. $4.75
.60; culls. S3.76tif4.O0; dressed mutton. 641
74c per lb.; dressed Iambs. 74c 10c.
HOGS Receipts, 746; steady.
LEGAL aOTICF.S.
NOTICE OF FORMING FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY.
Notice Is hereby given that we. the under
signed, have associated ourselves together
for the purpose of forming a Fire Insurance
Company under the laws of the State of
Nebraska; the name assumed by us and
by which the Company shall be known Is
"The State Insurance Company of
Nebraska" and the principal office of the
Company Is to be located In Omaha, Doug
las county, Nebraska; the object for which
ssM fompanv Is to be formed is to Insure
houses, buildings, and all other kinds ot
property against loss or damns- hv flea
or other casualty, and to make all kinds
of Insurance on goods, merchandise, or other
property in tne course of transportation,
whether on land or water, or snv vessel
afloat, wherever the same may be.
The amount of the capital stock of said
Company Is to be One Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($100,000). divided Into shares of
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each, the
stock to be fully paid. In cash at the com
mencement of business and evidenced by
certificate of shares to be issuer! hv lha
Company; the capital stock of the Com
pany may be increased to the sum of One
Million Dollars (31.000.000l. as nrovirtert hv
law. The affairs of the Company are to be
managed by seven directors, all of whom
shall be stockholders. The principal officers
siin.11 iki rmiucnt, ice rresuient, uecretsry
and Treasurer, to be elected by the Board
of Directors from their own members, and
11 snail ie competent ror one director to
hold the offices of Secretary and Treasurer
at the same time; a second Vice President
may also be elected by the Board of Di
rectors from the stockholders who are not
directors. The highest amount of indebt- .
edness or liability to which the Company '
shall at one time be sublected shall he the
sum of Seventy-five Thousand Dollars
t,,a,i.w, wnicn limitation shall not apply
to debts for the Insurance risks nf M
Company.
Dated Omahn, Nebraska, October 1, 1902.
james n.. tioya, ii. ij. Hammer,
John C. Cowln,
A. J. Ix)vc,
J. J. Dickey,
L. Drake,
E. A. Cudahy,
E. W. Dixon.
Frank Colpetxer,
F P. Klrkendall,
E. E. Howell,
W. M. Glass,
K E. Bruce,
Edgar Allen,
M. C. Peters,
W. J. C. Kenyon,
William Krug.
E. V. Lewis.
Oct l-d-4-t
NOTICE TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS.
Hanl.wf npnliniula a 11 Waa sue..!.. -.Si 1 ...
' l-uji-eo.e nil! iac I YTtl Uy I (If)
undersigned at the office of the secretary
4- I a v i i art nw Wl... 1. . atl . 1 . '
(itainsioii, ttrjuinenkV, II 11 III g l ('lOCH p.
m. of the 14th day of October. li2, for build
ing a bridge across the Matte river accord-
at4ira miu oiyri im anuiiB on Ilie S(
the office of H. O. Smith In srM Lexlng-
-" ... a....... .p an iiniuvu uy a
certified check for $600 as a guarantee that
said bidder will enter Into contract fotN
said work. If awarded him, with good and
sufficient bond. The company reserves the
right to reject any or all bids ss they may
be deemed to the best Interests of the city
ne t-rln4 I a . m n .m v. . .
- ....... nioiiiii n.t. ur iniiin on ine
contract as follows: Eighty-five per cent
t,n muinmrs 01 ine engineer 01 work com-
'"m. 111a utAinuiurt UKllHJE CO..
I. F. Krler, secretary. 8tD 1-2-8
More Cheap Excursions
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD
FROM OMAHA.
"A" "B" ".
1 Indianapolis, Ind $19.40 117.40
1 Ft. Wayne. Ind 19.80 17.80
1 Toledo. Ohio 21.25 '.t.24
1 Sandusky, Ohio 22.10 21.10
1 Columbus, Ohio 28.10 21.10
1 -Dayton, Ohio 22.00 20.00
1 Springfield, Ohio 22. 60 20.64)
1 Terre Haute, Ind 18.35 10.85
1 Evansvllle, Ind 18.60 16.50
1 Cincinnati, Ohio 22.60 20.50
1 Louisville, Ky 21.60 IS 60
1 Logansport, Ind. ,...18.25 18.25
1 Decatur, III 13.40
1 Grand Rapids, Mlcb 17.75
1 Kalamazoo. Mich 18.40
1 Detroit, Mich 19.60
1 Toronto, Canada 25.15
1 Buffalo, N. T 24.75
1 Pittsburg, Pa . 23.25
I Wheeling. W. Va 23.75
1 Columbus, Ohio 21.10
1 Cleveland, Ohio 22.75
I Frankfort, Ky 2L15
1 Wsahlngton. D. C 25.05
2 Boiton, Mais 181.7 J
ABOVE RATES ARE FOR ROUND
TRIP TICKETS.
(1) Dates of sale for column "A." Ken.
tc ruber 16th and 23rd. Return limit 30
days. For column "a, dstea of sale Octe-
ber 2nd. 3rd. 4th. (th god 6th. Return limit
November 8rd. v
(2) Dates of sale October 8th to lota
Inclusive. Return limit November 12th.
In addition to above sneclal tirnnu.
rates to many other points la tnMi..
Ohio, Michigan, Pennaylvaols, New York and
Kentucky.
Home seekers' excursions, first an4 tht,A
Tuesdays In each month, to northern ani4
southern points.
Correspondence solicited and Inform. n-
cheerfully aivsa at Cltv Tliku nm xi.
1402 Jarnam St., Omaha, 0 writs
W. H. BRILL, Dlst. Pan. Aght.,
lllnola Cent. R. R., Omaha, Neb.