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TITE OMAHA DAILY REE: - MONDAY. OOiOHKK mi.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Serert Deolini in Wheat Took Placs cd
Chicago Market Saturday.
PRICE FOR CORN WAS ONE CENT LOWER
Data Prleea Stamper! la Sympathy
vtltk Other Grains, While the
Prorlelona Market Waa
. HI''AUO. (K'l. S.--A "vri? ,!. -.'line oc.
urred In when! today. flu1 l'i lb- hnrNh
advjees from tho southwest where the
stock lire said to he piling UP rapidly, nml
lecember flowed nt a loss of I'-'. ''i'"n
Closed le lowr nnd oats were off ',f(c
January provisions were from !'c to T'fcc
With the opening sales wheat prices
started In a downward direct Inn and the
decline continued throughout the entire
session. The opening was barely i-tondy nn
rather Indifferent cables, I)ec -ember being
unchanged to a shade higher at T-MiTVjc.
.eal nouses with Ht. Louis connect ions
had selling orders from the start ami
added to this whs the break of nearly
2o at St. I-ouls. The big houses hi re v,t:c
on the selling side eaily ami thl started :i
general liquidation tmd value: iler lined
apldly. One of the chief f-icturs In creat
ing the bearish sentiment tt.i-- the Luce
firlmary receipts, those nt St. Ixnils show
n( the greatest pain. There wns little de
wand at any lime In the ..cssi-m. and the
volume of trading was small, (."-ising price
were at. a hoot th" bottom figures. fin I !
igures on iwcfmnrr being i;ie lower m
T74fiT7c. Clearances of wheal and flour
were eoual to !i'T.2uo hit. I'rlmnrv lecelpts
were 1)41, 7fln hu., against 1.115.""" a "r
ago. Minneapolis and Puluth reported re.
celpts of W cars, whh-h. with local rc.
caipt of M cam, none of contract grade,
made total receipts for the three points of
CI cars, against 877 last week and !Cl a
Extremely favorable leather throughout
the corn belt, together with the weakness
In wheat, were responslhle for lower pices
In corn. f'nmmMon houses were tlie .ct
ae'lers. while shorts did most of the Inning.
The volume of trading was llirht. After
selling between 44S'S44c and lf.-V 45".c pn.
cember closed lc lower at 44ie. local re.
celpta were i0 cars, with 4'i of contract
The weakness In wheat nial corn wn the
prlnclpsl factor In brlnaing out free selling
of ots by discouraged longs, ami prices
stumped accordingly. The bearish sVntl
tnent was stimulated bv the flue weather,
which Is aald to be resulting n freer offer
ings from the country, flats were we:ik.
jiecember aoll htweeri Mc and JS'.ic 1val
receipts were I ears.
There wsa Pule doing In the provision
fit and prices were easier In svmpaihv with
the lowr gr'n prlc. .Tanuni v port closed
at a loss of lUr. at f 12.45. Januarv lard wns
off juo at . S7V4 and ribs were down ;V(ir'e
I 6 S7H.
Estimated rereipts for Monday: TVltest,
ears: corn, 465 cars; oats. 2" cars; hogs,
V '4 head.
The leading futures ranted n follow:
.Article.! Open. ! High.l Iaw7 Close. Yey.
No. S. tNew.
Taah quotatlona were ns follows:
IriJJf TR Rt-.nftv wfnui- .... t A., t- toar.;
4)0; s'relghts, te SOfFl oo- snrhia fii tents
K2WK4.C0; atraighta,. a.St"(j4.00; bakerg, J2.C0j
WHEAT No. 3. :2flS2o; No. 2 red. TTVrf
'ORN-No. J. 44e: No. 2 yellow. V.
OATS No. 2, 8.v(j;t7c; No. 3 white. U51V3
TIT R No. i 53c.
BARI.TCT Good fredlrg;, 4S45c: fair to
CPo'ce malting, 47fi55c.
REED No. 1 flax. !i5c: No. 1 northwestern.
H.01H: prime timothy, 12 95; clover, contract
fiait fflfl ?K
ROVIBIONR Mesa pork, per bid.. $11 "5 1
. fill 60. Lard. per MO lbs.. t'M2K1i1 1',5
shoulders (boxed). Iti.ti." 75; short clear
gldeg (boxed), S.75f9.U).
Tha following were the receipts and ship,
menu of flour and grab-:
. , , TU-jelpta. Shipments.
Flour, hhls i- i
Tht. bu 1ti7.7no 1"1..
Corn, bu ;..415.i:"0 PSO Mo
0.',, ."U 1W4..3"" 1-s.HiW
ny. u M.4(1 2 O'tn
Barley, bu 125,7m) R,7tiu I
On the Produce exchange todav the but.'
ter market waa dull and easv; creameries I
la204c; dairies. 14rtl!c. Ene. casv at"1
mark mmm I i,L.,r.. . ' I
. i .,77,7, iwik, incese,
JBW YORK UENKhAL MARKET.
Quotations of the Day on Varloos
.?,!rTu,VORK- Oot' -K'-oi;RReceipts.
14.116 bbls.; exports. 11, ft, bhls.; sales 0 Sou
' Quiet, but with prl.-es steadily held.
i-.inirr patenvs, i.s"'o i.jti; winter Ktralghts 1
$3.754f3.90: Minnesota patents. $4 7irti4 wi- '
winter extras. $2 ";!.25; Minnesota linkers'! I
winter low grades, $J.7lK1(3 05
Rve flour, ' steady; fnlr to go-id. 13.15i.1 40
choice to fancy. $3.45i3.iiO.
(X)BNMEAI-Dull; vellow western. $110
city. $l.fi: kiln dried., $3 2ifi3.25.
RYE Easy; No. 3 western, f)'c. t. o. b
float; state and Jersev, 67si5S!oe.
H A RLE Y Quiet; feeding. 5c, c. I. f,
Buffalo; malting. oStH'. c. I. f., HufTalo
WHEAT Receipts, 92.650 bu.; exports.
16.162 bu. . The market for spot was easy;
No. 2 red. elevator. 84e, and 8.1',e, f. 0. b ,
afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth, IHiic, f. o. h ,
afloat: No. 1 hard Manitoba. 92c, f. o. b.,
afloat. Opliona developed early strength
on-higher cables and good local buying of
December, but soon yielded to reulixing
and wnstarn depression. The close was
rather weak under a light export Inquiry
and prospective latger receipts, closing
Hc ret lower. May. 83 3-16l)S.t1c, closed
S3V; December, 84 9-l86 l-le, cottd.
tXlRN Receipts. 138 9i0 bu.: exports. 850
bu. The market for spot was casv; No.
nominal, elevator. &3c, f. o. b.. afloat: No.
1 yellow, 66r; No. 2 white, 53c. Options
declined under liquidation ami favorable
weather conditions. The market closed I
weak. W7"V net lower. .Mac WV'51c.
closed, Uc; December, ClVri51V. closed.
OATS Receipts, l,9afl bu.: exports. 21.BS9
bit. The market for pot was dull: No. 2.
l,4e: standard white. 42c: No. 3. 4V; No.
I white, 42c; NoS white, 41Vic; truck white,
1IAV Easy; shipping. fJVff'Oc; good to
HOPS Steady; state, medium to chol.-e.
191, ifciJiic; I'JtC cotninon to choice, 21 rf
6Sc; olds. 101jl3i-: Pacific viat. 19"3, com
mon to choice, 27'fi32c. l;ic2, common to
choice. ntfKSc; oldi-. livjrU'.c.
VUDE8 Steady; Oalveston. 20 to 25 lbs..
18c: California. 21 to 25 lbs.. 19c; Texas, drv,
4 to an lbs.. 14c.
I RATH EH Steady ; seld. 2325'.
PROVISIONrt Beef, firm: family. $!0flil
jll OO; mess. $ 0iiX.50: beef hams. $Jl.E"t
00: racket. $! 6u-ii 10.5": city extra India
mess, $14. Sou 16.00. Cut meats, easy; pickled
bellle. VVittllc; pickled tduiulders. 5,'nti.-,
pickled hams. 11,'aUSe. lird. dull: west
ern steamel, $8 25; October. .h.a.l, tk 25.
nominal. Rellncd. easy; continent.
South America. $9 25; compound. $7.12''d
1W. Pork, easv; family. $19.U'; short clear,
$14.5i1ti .60: lTteas, $l3.7.Vdl4 50.
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, 4'l
6c? Japan, 5-4i'is.
UFTTER 4Julcl: extra creamery. 21c;
reamery, common to choice. 16ii2Sc: Imi
tation creamery. 15'alHc; rcnovuted. 13.'(jl7c;
CHEESE Uulet: state, full cream, fancy
mall colored. 12'c; lure colirod, 12c;
snr-ll white. 12c; large white. 12c.
EvJGR Firm: stale and Penns Ivatiij,
fancy mixed. Suhiodc; state and Pmisl
I. ta, seconds to nrsts. 21j?4e; wcriern ex
. traa. 2&c: refrigerated. liM'-'lc: western
1 firsts. 23:0 2 4c; western thlriis to seconds.
TALLOW Easy; city. 4c; country. 44
fhlladelohla Prodare Market.
PHILADELPHIA. tt. 3-BITTER-Dul);
Hi lower; extra wes;ern ireaiucry,
Sic: extra neat by prints, 22 .
EOJli Stedy. fair denial. d : fresh near he.
!4c loos cff; fresh western. 2lV24c. loss off:
fresh southwestern. 21V'l22c. lovs off; 1'resii
oonthern. 2ij'.lc. loss off- ...
i'HEBSE Firm, fair demand: New ork
full creams, fancy. I2V,-; New York lull
rrnams, choice. 12c: New York full (reams,
fair to goovi, HSIiIm-'.
LIVERPOOL, Oet. 3 WHEATtpot. No.
I rtJ wlin SMiilvr, dull, 'd, Nu. 1
Whegt I I I 1 I
tPee. !7sU' TS'V 7TU 7Ti;W' T I
May I TDff'.B1 7!UI ' 78','S'.i: Ta'rfi,
Corn 1 I I I I
Oct. J 1 4; 0 Tj, ' 44V. f 4 41V'
Tc. 'iSfitftS 45,'f'4 445i'3'li 44' 4.
May I 4S'il 45'4' WWVi'h
Oata-- I I I
Oct. I a-itl' 31' 3-Wi ?'. iftfi.
rec I w,' 3ni; 3.VK .ns-ti'iirTi' n;-.
May I 37'4i Z7W SSS-WoHi' 35 i
Oct. ! n ?o J ii 20 i it jo ! ii ai I ii m
.Tan. 12 50 I 12 ,V I 12 4?'ii 12 45 ! 12 KK
.May 12 65 I 12 0 112 4.". I 12 5t) 12 55
I.ard I I I I
Oct. 7 R2'4' 7 ?Ht 7 fin ! 7 W 7 B2'
rec. 6 92SI !2Hi R RT, fiso "
Jan. 6 85 J 6 74l 6 8.ra! C 87 G St)
Oct. 9 40 J 4A I 9 40 I fl 4S I 9 50
Jan. I 0 60 8 fiO ! 6 55 57'4' i iC'i
' ' t
northern spring, no stock; futurrs, dull; Oc
tober 'is 3'd; December. s l'd.
'dUX- Spot. American mixed, inlet; 4a
4'yl, future". 1 1 1 1 1 ; I lefober. 4 :i"td; N'ovem
tier. 4s 3d; Lieeember. 4s ?.d.
OMAHA MIOI.KAI.K (RKET.
C ondltlon of Trade and .Quotation! -n
Staple and f'aner Preaacf.
Kt HJH f.t eh stock, losa oft, 13c.
Pi n,TK V Hens, c; spring chick
en. !! lac; rostrs, according to age.
4iw: to. keys. Il(ni2c; old ducks, 6c young
IJl'TTbH-Packlng stock. l.WMHc: choice
to fancy dairy, in. tubs. 19 itc; separator,
KrtKSH F1HI I Fresh c.mght trout. 11c;
pickerel. Se: pike. Mc. prch. ijc; b'lrTalo.
T't'ule; bhietish. ISc; whlteflsh. lue: halmon.
1e; haddock. I'V. codfish, 12i.; redsrapper.
lie: lobsters, boiled, per lb., lobsters,
green, per li.. c: bullhead, lie; caitish,
lie: blaek bas.s. .r.d2;c; helltut. 9c; oappiea,
1-e; herring. He; white hats. Me: blueftns. Ic.
i 'VSTKKS- Kw York counts, per can,
("; cr gal., fl.vfl; extr.i selects, per cats.
.T7c; j.cr j;al.. tl. 75; rtandatd, per can, 3'c ;
per gil.. tl .:". .
PKAIRIK CIirCKF.NS-Per dot, I5.'
HHAN-Prt ion. 114. OC.
HAY Prlc-r quoted by Omaha Whole-s-ilc
Denleis' association: Choice No. 1 up
land, 'i.oi; No. 2. $.1.51: medium, Is.iO;
carse, v.S. Rye straw, 7.00. These prices
are fur hay of good color and quality. Pe
mand fair w-.il receipts light.
i ATS Mc.
roT.TOF.S-l tali and Dakota, per bu.,
KWKKT POTATOES Home grown, per
b;l.e, tjiic; A" i j gi n I ! ". per 3-blt. btil..
HEANS - Hi me grown, wax, per market
b.iket. 4o.ioi''; airing, per iuhi basket.
T'lATt iKS Home grown, per basket,
NAVY PK A Per bit.. $!...
fF.LEllY -Michigan, ptr dor... 033o;
1,'IEe western. 4&C
Nf.NS New home grown, ilr', per lb
l'y: Spanish, pee crate. $1.7i.
l.r.fi Pl,ANT-Pei- doz . II .90.
1'1,1'MS- l lah and Colorado. Ivtctl.OO.
PTcFNEi4 Italian, ;.cr box. 1.0): Mlver,
PEACHES - Cnlifornl.i 8a la way a. I1.00;
Ftah freestones. il.W: (oloiado Albertas,
PEARS-t'nlorado and Itah Sheldon,
luilehes. jier h,,x. $2.2512.80.
t'RARAPPI.ES- Per l.hl t 00
A I 'PLEH - Jonathans and tlrlmes fjolden.
M E"'i:: 75; Snows. J;:.:.'., Michigan stock, $3.60:
California pellflowers. per box, JI.50; New
York stin k, $! Wi; Oregon Spitz, Openings
nnil tlrlmes (lolden, per box, 1 15.
ORAPES -California T.iknys. $160; Corln
eholn, SI oO: Muscats. $1.25: home grown,
per S-lb. basket. 231 24e; New York. 27e.
CRANPERHIES- Per bbl., $7.2r.'n 7 50; per
ORANOES-Valeneles. tX-lu fixes. $1.15;
Mexican, all sizes, $4.00.
HA NAN AS Per bunch. $20Ofi25O; Jum
bos, tl 00.
LEMON'S--California fancv. 300 to 3'V1
Bliea, $1.25; choice, 240 to :70 sl7.es, $4 0fifl4.2i.
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, fi.ll cream.
125-; Wisconsin feting AmcriciiS, 13'4c;
black Swiss. 15c: Wisconsin brick.
Wisconsin limhoiger, 12c.
HONEY Nebraska, per 24 frames. $3.50;
I'lah and Colorado, per 24 frames, $.1 .50.
POPCORN Per lb.. 2V: shelled. 883Hf-
HIDES No. 1 green, ti'tc; No. 2 green,
6'so; No. 1 salteu. ftc; No. 2 salted, Clac;
No. 1 veal calf, 3 to 12 lbs.. Rite; No. 2 veal
cnlf. 12 to 16 Iba.. 4c: dry salted hides, turf
lie; sheep pells, 25&.5c; horse hides. $1.50'tf
Nl.'TS Walnuts. No. 1 sort-ahetl. per lb.
17c; hard-shell, per lb.. 14c; No. 2 soft-shell,
per lb. 3c: No: 2 hard-shell, per lb.. 12c;
Brazils, per lb, 12c; filberts, per ;b.. 12c;
almonds, soft-shell, per lb., ISc; hard-shell,
per lb., 15c; pecans, large, per lb., 124ci
small, per lb., 11c; peanuts, por lb. 5Vc;
roasted peanuts. ;er lb., 7c.
Kt. I.onls Grain and Provisions.
ST. ITIMS. Oct. IT-WHEAT-Market
lower; No. 2 cish, elevator. 8547Hc; lie.
ember, R3c; May, Sic; No. 2 hard, 77
CORN Mai ket lower; No. 2 cash, H7t4g
3Sc; December, 35'.4c; May, liS'.ic; No. 2
RTE Market steady; No. 2. 62i53c.
FMU'R-Qulet. firm; red winter patents.
3Xfi4.10; extra fancy and straight. $3.ti0
3.95; clear. $3 :Vr3. 40.
SEED Timothy, Hteadv, $2.75i&3.25.
RR AN Dull, slow; sacked, east track, 75i
HAY Quiet: timothy. $S.00gi2.5fl; prairie.
IKON COTTON TIES $1.05.
PAOOINtl 6io. -HEMP
PROVISIONS Pork. higher: Jobbing.
$11.90. I.ard. Ilrm. $7.55. Bacon I boxed ),
steady: extra shorts, $10; clear ribs. $10;
short clear. $10.50.
M ETAL8 Lead: Steady at $4.30. fipalter:
Steady nt $5.t0.
POI I.TRY-Market steady; chickens, oil.
Wc; springs, 10c: turkeys, springs, 10c;
ducks, 9c; geese, H4c.
Flour, bbls R.oon . 11,000
Wheat, bu 9."iiii 36,000
Corn, hu ,. 4fj."0ll 31,i)0
Oats, bu 52.000 11,000
Kansas C ity Grain end Prorlsions.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct 3. WHEAT
Kceember. fiiforWic; Mav. 68Hc; cash
No. 2 hard. 71iiV72c; No. 3, 670Sc; No. 4, 6UVi
'atMc: rejected. oW0,c; No. 2 red, 80iiSlc:
N. 3. 75W78.'.
CORN October. 38e; December. 37c:
May, 37'8r37Vic: cusli No. 2 mixed, 39Uc; No.
2 white. 401ic: No. 3. 40c.
OATS-No. 2 white, 3941c; No. 2 mixed,
RYE No. 2. 5,'c.
HAY Timothy, choice. $95ofil0.00; choice
BrTTER-Creamery, lS'iS19'c; dairy,
EOOS Steady; Missouri and Ksnraj
ati.ek. cuaes returned, 17ij-: r.ew No. 2
whltewood cases Included. Rc.
Wheat, bu 225.60O 14.
Corn, bu 26.4tii' 30.400
OaU, bu U.O'K) 10,On0
gngar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Oct. a.-SPOAR Raw.
steady; fair refining. 3Sr; centrifugal, 91
test. 3 2!i-32c: molahaes sugar, S 6-3ic. Re
fined quiet. No. 6, 4.40c; No. 7. 4.35c; No
8. 4.30c; No. 9. 4.25c; No. 10, 4 25c; No. II.
4.15c; No. 12. 4.10c: No. . 13. 4.05c; No. 14.
4o : confectioners' A, 4f5c; mould A. 5.05c;
cut loaf, 6.4c ; crushed. 5.40c; powdereJ
4.90o; granulated. 4 80c; cubes. 5.1.5c.
MOLASSES Steady ; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice. Jlii442c.
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 3.-KPGAR Dull ;
open kettle, eentrifugal. SViWic; centrtf
ugal whites, 4V: yellow, 3 13-16c; seconds
MOLASSES -Dull; centrifugal, CSi'sc
Evaporated Apples and Dried Pralts.
NEW YORK. Oct. Ja-EVAPORATED
a t t tjr.n 1 ne market continues quiet.
Common continues imlet at 4tjs5c; prime,
5ti6ric: choice. 6r6Hc; fancy, (".(iiTVic.
I'Rl'NES Were In good demund and
ruled firm at from 3'e to 7c for all grades.
APHK'OTS Firm and a fair Jobbing de
mand reported. Choice reported at foli
l"c: extra choice. 94'(i Iti'ic: fancv, 10'4'9l2c.
PEACHES Steady; 74t7to ifor cholcs
and 7'fr8,4C for extra choice.
Minneapolia Wheat, f'loar and Bran,
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 3 WHEAT De
cember. Vtltyt'TVi May. 77je. On track:
No. 1 hard. ?; No. 1 northern. 79c; No. 2
northern. V6477"; No. 3 northern, 7.i73c.
I'LOFR Dull: second patents, $4.vViri4.70;
firm clears, t.t.50
l!RAN-ln bulk. $13-75fjl4 00.
Milwankee Ciraln Market.
MILWAFKEE. Oct. J.-WHKAT-'ilo
lower; No. 1 northern. 8fii84',.c; No. 2 north
ern, 79(nS2c; iKcembcr. 77,e.
P.YE-Iiwer. No. 1. 56a57c.
UAKI.hY-W'eu k ; No. 2, 64V; Siimple, 44ff
CORN De ember. 44e''r444c.
Prorla Graia Market.
PEORIA, Oct. 3. CORN No. J, 44,c;
No. 4. 434C.
nnlath Grain Market.
DI LI") II. Oct 3,-WHEAT-On track:
No. 1 1101 1 hern,
7S'c; No. 2 northern,
Toledo feed Market.
TOLEDO. Oct 3 8EEDS-Clover, Octo
ber. Vi."1?'-; December and January, K.T?t.
limothy. Sl tV). Alslke. $6.60.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. M ETA 14 The
markets showed no Impoitaut featuie to
day. busi'i-.i being of a usual Saturdav
average. The pig iron ultuutioii has not
Ix-ru improved bv the attiynpts to secure
11 curtailment in production and prices are
nominally unchanged. Tin. firm at lJ 25f
'6 si. Cupper, nominal: lake and electro
lytic. $1.1 wii 13.25; custing, $13.i. 1,-a.l,
firm at tti.U).
PEORIA. Oct. $. WHIbKT Steady on
h im of St 23.
ST. IX"i I IS. Oct. J WHISKY' Steady on
bsi of $1 :i
CINf 'INN ATI, Oct. J. WHIBKT Di" tit
le! ' uuinhci to -His, stcaiiy, oa bs.111 ef tl 21
OMAHA LIVE STUCK MARKET
Cattla Receipti Heary for the Week and
A 1 Kin tin Bold Lower.
HOGS ALSO SOME LOWER THAN WEEK AGO
Liberal Receipts of Sheep and l.amhs,
. hat Demand for Killers and Feed
er Has Keen Heavy- Enough
to Keep Prices lend.
SOUTH OMAHA, Oet.
Official Saturday. ..
. . .7S
H'k ending Oct. 3....31.KI1 2H.4S7 72.070
Week ending Sept. 2ti....33.r.,7 ' 1H.7S5 ti'.'.L'W
Week ending Sept. 10. . . .29, 81 "I 2it.tC7 45.H
Week ending Sept. 12. ...23.353 37.822 65.73S
Week ending Sept. R 20.4H': 37.8JS Hl.!'5t
Same week last year 3i.av; 17.075 ti7.9i;j
RECEIPTS FOP. THE YEAR TO DATE.
The lollowlng tuble shows tnu receipts of
cattle, hogs uud sheep Ht Soui.i i.inaiia for
I lie year lu dale and comparisons -.v:i i l.tnt
eur: 19..1J. i:r. Inc.
t Httle 22.214.171.124 u-j.ii.i7 4.3."5
Hogs 1.77',.:'. 1 .7C...-') 1J,3i'7
Shtp '. 1.117,15 1,057194 tu."4
Aera;e piles pHid fi.r hug at South
Omaha for the la-i several days with com
patlsons; Date. ! 3XJ. ;1902. 1901.1POO. '1899. 1WIS. 1S97.
Sept. 20.. I
Sept 21. ..
Sept 23.. 1
Sept. 25 . (
7 38 6 761
7 49f I
7 1.1: 6 S9;
T 7l t 34;
7 65 ""I
7 37; 75i
311 ll i9,
7 22j 6 37
7 1 1: ii 75,
7 wi 1; &x:
7 3": 6 5.1,
4 4 !,
3 71 i
5 69 I
Oct. 1 ...
Oct. 3... . 1
The offielal number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road wai-:
cattle, llogs. an p. uri.
C M. & St. P. Rv..
fnlon Tac. Svstem..
C. A N. W. Rv
V., E. & M V. R. It.
C. Sr. P . M O ...
H. A M. R R. R
C.. B. 4 Q. Rv
K. C. A St. J
C. P.. 1. & 1'... euat. .
The disposition of the day's receipts was
s follows, each buyer purchasing ths num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Ho. sheep.
Omaha PS'king Co 363
swirt and company s.w
Cudahy Packing Co W6
Armour Co 31 7::i
Armour & Co . 8. City 4"2
poildln Price....- ivl
Morton & G 1
Other buyers GO
Totals 94- 3.7(17
Lead COM'L 3.one,. 3
CATTLE There were practicully no cat
tle on suae tnls morning wlin wnich to
make a teat or the inarKut. F.ir tno weeK
receipts at this point have not been exces
sive an mere Is a oecreaae as computed
with last week of about 2.0..O begu. and as
compared with the same days ot last year
the, decrease amciin.s to atiout 7,uu heuo.
At Chicago, however, e.-peciuhy th tlrst of
the week, supplies were so neavy thai tha
market was piactlcatly demoralized and tha
supplies since that time nave been Heavy
enougn to prevent much ot n. reeowiy.
Pries at this point of course have surtercj
in Hympathy, out stl.l the break nas not
been as raolcal as at soma other markets.
'Ihe supply of corn ted steers haw b.-en
moderate ail tho weeit, and ns 11 reside
prices have not suffered very badly. '1 he
top price of the week was f.bi. paid on
Tuesday, and since that time there have
been no choice cattle offered, so It Is Im
possible to tell what they would bring,
i'he best grades, though, are probably not
over hxqloc lower, wuli the common and
warmea-up grade luihc lower. Oood to
choice cattle may be quoted from ti.inao.5o;
fair to good, M r.vg5.0u; and common from
The cow market has been well supplied
all the week, mostly with western rangers.
Strictly cho.ee cows, which hve been very
scarce, are pernaps not over 15c lower for
the week, while the commoner grades, and
particularly cttn tiers, are 154125c tower,
t'anners sell from $1.6012.00, fair to good
grades from J2.0d4j2.6o. and good to choice
are quotable trom $2.75?'3.25. On Wednes
day and Thursday it was almost Impossible
to get over $3 00 for anything, but on Fr.day
the feeling Improved considerably.
Bulls are a little lower in sympathy with
the decline on other grades and sell largelv
from $2.0y&2.40. Veal calves have not
shown much change.
. This has been the most succcsf ful week
of the year In the feeder division. In spite
of the fact the.t the tendency of prices has
been downward. Country buyers have
taken hold In much better shape than at
any previous time, and over lOo cars have
been shipped to the country most every
day. Owing to the henvy receipts, how
ever. prlc.ee are considerably lower. The
best heavy dehorned feeders are probably
not over 10W15c lower for the week, while
the light and medium weights are, and
especially those lacking In quality. I5;1
25c lower. Very few rattle will be carried
oyer Sunday in. the hands of speculators,
and as a result the pens will be practically
emptv for M'-nday morning. Choice heavv
feeders mav be quoted from $3.50r4 15; fair
to good. $3.0Oii;).4O; and common stuff from
There has been a big run of western grass
beef steers on sale all the week, but the
uuallly has been verv Inferior. The best
grades are about hrt&'l&c lower for the week,
with the commoner kinds 154t'J5c lower.
The best grades aell largely from $3,504?)
4.25; fair to good. 3.253 50; and the cotn
inon atuff from $3.25 down. Western grass
cows and Blockers and feeders have fluctu
ated just shout the same a-i noted above
for the natives.
HOiTS There was Just, a fair run of hog
here this morning for a Saturdav nnd thoe
were very slow In arriving, which delayed
the market in bad shape. At the beginning
ho-s sold strong to a nickel higher, hut
after packers had fhelr more ura-ent orders
filled thev were not so anxious for bogs nd
the late arrivals sold a Mg &c lower than
the nrtv- iuIm 'di ttt.ll rt tt.A h,a,'
hnrs sold enrly from xS.09 to $5 65. but th" J
tale neas pad to sell In some cases as low
nn $5 55. Medium welehts went fnostlv
fmm $S.5 to $5.70 and lights from $5.7" to
For the tlm of venr the receipts this
week have been fairly ltheral ns there Is a
e-etn over last week amounting to about
5.0m head and as compiled with the same
week of last enr the increase mounts to
shout. 10 000 head. PMccs have chns-d I11
tlnie from day to day. but as comired
with the dose of last week the market Is
fully a nickel lower. Representative sales:
No. At. Sh. Pr. No. nr. bb. tt.
ll ? tin 5 r.i Si jii ... i ti
r.T .'7 8 ? S'iZ 4 8 6
(( ::n Ml 5 tM t.4 :7 41 i -,
i-7 sit nu 6 i'. :o 10 it:
6r. !. ... a ) 2 ... ft 6.",
mi '...zt; 40 t r.5 mi ... :,
2. to . ', -,. t ;. -:.
U4 zhf l'.'u s ;, c ?., no r,
i ? mo 5 ij'-j i; in :iii f. 0.-,
:-s7 ... mt, ;-4 :ii r. tpi
so si: 4 s i.'i, ... :, 7',
47 so ... r. (:, j :-t,4 yii r. 7'-
W l.' "i 73 -.'.Ii ... 5 70
1 :3 i?i i ' w ..:s 44 s -n
4 :i s -; -.itj m 6 in
i r4 () i Wi SI 1'44 Krt 1
- :f ... 5 " nt ... 8 7'.
.! l 40. 3 :. i 7;ii
'. ... 6 -. 4! Mi no
SHEEP There i;ns bren a very heavy
tun of sheen here this week, us there 1. n
gain over last we. k of abum a.mxl lo ad, and
over the same week or iaL year of aliout
u.tiOO head, 'i'he demand, though, lias been
lu good shape und all desirable arrades have
inn with ready sale ut steady prices.
Paikera all had liberal orders ll.ix week
lor deniable grades and with the oitile
rxcepilon of Tuesday and Wedix-sday,
when there were a few weak spots, tho
maiket baa ruled actiw nnd steady. The
commoner grades of course iiuve Imhi neg
lected to some extent and may txi a little
The big bulk of the offerings on most
lays consisted ot f-edei s. hut as there
weie a good many heavy bue:-s on the
market pti es have held steady on all de
sirable sra Common lambs and old
ewes 1, re Cue only kinds that have shown
quotations for gross stork: Choice west
ern lambs, $1 7;i.i0, fair t) good larohs,
H'fii',i, choice yearlings. 2 6"a4.8i; lair
to gixid vearllngs, $1 4xn3 60; rlnmc weth
ers. f.SMhS&l; li'lr to K'Kl wethers. $3 15'rr
$15; choice ewes. $3 1(3 : fair to KOod
ces, $2 65(i2.0; choieu i.-eO'T .ami's 84 U
4 5"; fair to good fe Jer latr.bs. S3 5ti4.00;
feder yearlings. $3 27. u 3 60; feeder wethers,
JJKwiJ'o; feuer siics. $1 9O'd2.50.
338 Wyoming ewes 90 2 90
t, ltuls l.lvo Stuck Market.
ST. IXJCIS. O. I. 3. f'ATTLK Receipts.
Isi head. Including 4ou Trxan; market dull
but steady: native ahlping and export
steers. $4..io4l5.75. the lop obtainable, for
strictly fancy; oreseej beef sn.l hjielu r
.teers, tt.iio 60; tee!4 uniVr I, 'Ml lbs..
$J 7ia 2i, aiwcktrra maiy (vui:r, $2 vji 1J;
- - ... .... ,
cons and heifers. $2 . 25fi I TS. th fop corn
fed helters; runners, $1 .72tti.l"; bulls. 12.5"
l.t'; ales. $2.5Vj4in; Texas and IndlKn
si'ers, r: .3h4.2ii: cows and heifers, $2.t1f
MUCH Receipt, jrt.i head; market was
stead v to -trot.g; vice and '.Ights. $5.nnf't
6 .0, packers. $s.t.ii.it; butchers and best
henvx. V. ."o'afi 20.
SHEEP AM) I.AM US Receipts, ton head;
market steadv; mitlve millions, 3.3r4.':
lanih.j. tt 1"''ln 7"; , nils and bucks, 2."0'
4.1V; ttockers. $2.efK,3..i.
I lilt Ann LIVE ST4K'K M All KMT,
llabt Receipts for All Kinds, nltlt
9teadj Markets, ma the Rnle.
CHICAOi. Oct. 3 CATTLE Receipts,
;i' li.aii. The market vk nominal; good
to prime steers, Jj.2.Vi6.(: poor to medium,
H.rnKi i.sn: stoekers and feeders, $2.2.i,"'r4.15;
cows tl it4.g; hef.rs. $2.(.t4l 1.73: CHtinrrs,
W.4I4T2..S-: hulls, 2.i'r4.r'i; .ulvcs. ?:!.50':(
7 H: Texas wteers, Sv.7brl.75; weterri steer.4,
Hot IS Receipts todav. 7.0ii head; Mon
day (estlmatcu), 2.""0 head. The niaiket
was steady; nilxi-d and butchers, $5.i'.5T
0 5"; good to choice beavv. T.h5b4i.l5; rougn
heavy, $.i 2v..i.h1i; light, fo.Syo .at); bulk of
pales. l5.6t.Mt i.a.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt.", 25,000
head. Tho market lor sheep and lambs
was steady; good to cholco wethers, $3.3
M4.25; fair to choice mixed, t2.2.3.ir;
western sheep, $2.&rfr4. 00; native lambs, 3.5)
(o5.75; western lambs, $4.H'r5.50.
Kansns City live Stork MnrUei.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 3. C ATT I. E Re
ceipts. 6"0 head; market unchanged; choice
export and dresveil beef steers, tl.tWr.i. 25;
fair to good. J4.l'u4 .: Mockers and feed,
ere. $J.Jfi4.li; western-led st : -, s.'.754r
4 . fi' 1 ; Texas nml Indian r'. ers, 9.50'd3.ii5;
Texas cows. 41 .7.'ii 2 2.: native cons. i.2.r.
".50; natlo heifers. 2..'o4 '": cunners, $l.iv
frt2.4": bulls, $1 .Vtfj.l.na; calves, 2.tn.on.
Receipts for week; Cattle, 70. 9M; calves,
MOOS Receipts, 4. 'Do head; nitkt was
strong; top-. Ifi.05; bulk of sales. $5.ti54i5.?0:
heavj. $5.5')'j j.i; mixed packers. $.65-i
5.90; light. t5.7u'dil.05: yorkers. tR.fXxS.ni,;
pigs. 5.r'ji5 85. Receipts for week. 3!'.5O0.
SHEEP AND LAM US No receipts; un
changed; native lambs, $3.2S'if5.0o: western
lamb)-. 2.9"fr6.15; fed ewes. $2.00rt3.75:
Texas clipped yearlings, $2.501 4.U": Texas
clipped sheep, $2. 409) Hi 75; stockers and feed
ers. $2.0tKj3.6O. Uccelpts for week, .tn.SiX.
eir York l ive Stock Market.
NEW' YORK. Oct. 3.-REEVE8-N0 re
ceipts, dressed liecf, steady; city dtessed
native sides. 6'i9c. Exports for today, 820
cattle nnd 3.5oti o,uarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, fi head; 23 head on
sale, nearlv all western calves. Reported
sales were of a few vc-ula at $7.lW8EO; city
dressed veals, 81i'o"13He.
jKii s Receipts. 1.140 head. Reported
sales were oTVfew state hogs at $'i..O ard
a deck of western bogs af $ iO
SHEEP AND LA MBS Receipts. 2.1..9
head. Dull, rated steady, in prlc-s weak;
about six cats of stock unsold; a few
sheep sold ut 11.00; lambs, st $" 751tf..?5; a.
car of Canada. at $5.80; dressed inuttoi,.
ul.Wic; dressed la nibs, 7'4y!rI0,.ic.
Mont City Lire Mock Market.
SIOVX CITY. la.. Oct. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTIF,-Recepts. VO; niutket
steadv; beeves. $t.U0ii'n.4o; cows, bull 1 end
mixed. $2 2Ofl3.70; stockers and feeders, $2.,0
fi5.Rii: calve and yearlings, $2-5'k'o3.5i
HOCiS Receipts. 2.2C"; market steadv ti
strong at $5.55rgo.0;, bulk, $5.b.v5.6i.
ft. Joseph Live glock Market.
ST. .IOSEPIT. f)t. 3 CATTLE Receipts,
8i",4 head. The market waa steady.
HOi IS Receipts. 2.907 head: lit;ht. 5 70ft
6(6; medium and heavy, $5 4'Vfi.).5. bulk.
SHi.EP AND LAM RS Reeoipts. non.
Stock in Sight.
Following are' the receipts of live stock at
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 6ft 4,11:1 410
.. 3"" 7.001 ?,,000
.. 500 4.1100 ......
.. .Vi 3.000 400
.. 864 2.907
., 100 2.200
.,314 25,157 :5.810
St. Joseph ...
Sioux City ..
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. COFFEE The
market for future opened steady at a
decline of S points; under realltinr. follow
ing the decline in Hamburg and the In
crease In the world visible supply. Which
amounted to 622.229' bags . for the month
and places the invenrnt. supply at 13,770,429
bugs, against- 13.0t'.t,325 bags last : year.
Aside from Havre the foreign markets
were steady, Willi Clin Brazilian centers re
porting advances. Primary receipts also
were moderate, but. as the session prog
ressed liquidating became heavier and at
one time pilces were 610 points lower.
Just before the close demand increased
and the market was finally steady at a
partial decline of . 5 points. Sales were
26.250 bogs, including November at 4.70
4.75c: December. 5.0f.c: January. 5.U"5.10c;
March. 5.25frr6.30c; May-. 5.40d5.45c; July.
5.65c; August, 5 5ic; September, oft'e.
Weekly Bank statement.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3 The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this cltv for the week shows: Loans. 1912.
9O3.10O. decrease $4.144.io: deposits. $-9 214 4(0.
decrease $4,130,800: circulation. $45,674,700. de
crease $11.80"; legal tenders. $70,762.7(0. de
crease $1,057 h)0; specie. $167,478,400. decease
$'W.4oO: reserve. $2:18.241. 100. decrease fl 664--500;
reserve required. $224. 303.6(4), decrease
81.O3V0O: surplus. $13,937,600. decrease $!!.
800. ex-I'nlted States deposits, $22,139,700. de
Bank Clearing for Week.
OMAHA. Oct. 3 Bank clearings for the
week ending today are $7,747,134.53, a de
crease over the corresponding week of last
year of $175,849.87.
' 1902. ' 1903.
M0nd.1v ,$1,29,6"2.."1 $1,458,533.10
Ti.esdaV 1,249.450. o 1.187,799.78
Wednesday ........... 1,291.860. 19 1.164.614.38
Thursday 1.4;i.835.3 1,373,033.71
Friday 1.257.0O5.O8 1.361.119.13
Saturday 1.2M.330.S3 1.377.83. 97
ST. LOriS. O. t. 3 WOOI Steady : me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 1602U ;
light fine. l5'17Hc; heavy fine, 12''J14c;
tub washed. XHtfW-
LONDON. Oct. 3. WOOL During the
week there has been a fair Inquiry at lirni
prices. The arrivals for the sixth series
of auction sales amount to 208.408 bales.
The Imports during the week were: New
South Wales, 4'JO bales, Queensland, 1.073
bales; Victoria. 6.576 bales; South Aus
tralia. 1.900 bales; Cape of flood Hope and
Natal. 36 bales; elsewhere. 304 bales.
Exports and Impor.i at rm York.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 Total Imports of
merchandise and dry goods at the port ol
New York lor this week were $10.i3S.SS.
Total Imports of specie at the port of New
York fur this week were $52,155 silver and
t il 041 gold.
Torn! exports of rpecle from the port of
New York lor this week were $s52.6V silver
and !1,000 gold.
Cotton Mar ket.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 3 COTTON Closing:
Spot, in limited demand, prices 8 to 12 points
lower; American middling. 6 9Cd.
NO DATE F0 CONVENTION
Time of County Meeting Is 'ot Yet
Fixed by the Demo,
The democratic city committee met Sat
urday at the Jacksonlan club to arrange
for culling a city convention for the nomi
nation of school board candidates.
The met tills? ' called to order by Chair
man Rullard. A motion prevailed "hal
the city delegates to the county convention
shall constitute the delegates to the county
The secretary announced that there was
u vacancy on the city committee owing
to the fact that Committeeman Hart had
moved from the Eighth ward to the Fifth
ward. Mr. T. II. Compte was elected
from the Eighth ward to fill the vacancy.
After some dlscnshion relative to fixing
the date for the city convention the chair
man was authorised to look into the leg il
requirements regarding the matter and Is
sue the call, fixing the date therefor.
Candidates for the school board thus far
announced on the democratic ticket are
Mr. Peterson of the Eighth ward and .Mr.
Oeorge Prltchelt, who bus an office In th
Ftrst National bank building.
VEARE GRAIN CO.
110.111 Boar ( Traso.
j W. K. Ward. Maoager. Tel.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Cordial TarewtU Reception Will Be Giren
ALL CITY REGRETS HIS CEPARTURE
Officials, Business Men and Clergy
Will Join la Extending Greet
ings to the Pioneer
Rev. D. W. Moriarty will drllver 1,1s lust
sermon at St. Agnes' chinch at 10 o'clock
this morning, he having been transferred
at his own tequ st to tho :T?niovat le parish
at Jackson. Neb. Father Moriarty has bc?n
In South Omaha sixteen years and lias hosts
of friends, having a personal acquaintance
with almost every tine In the city. His de
rnrture is grently regretted by his friends
and the members of his parish h.'re. Father
Moriarty declares tl iit his health is falling
and he desires to ltmove to some parish
where there is not so much work and thu.
give him n chance to recover his health.
In the building of St. Agnes' church, tl.e
parochial school and t lie reclnrage Father
Moriarty has worked hard to obtain suffi
cient funds, and the nfTalrs of this chui' li
are now considered to be In lirst-ciass con
dition. In order to do honor t the departing
prle.st the members of the congregation and
the friends of Father Moriarty have planned
a, reception for him at Ancient Order of
l.'nlted Workmen temple. Twenty-fifth and
M streets, on Tuesday night. A genera!
invitation Is extended to the public. Tho
reception will be held at S o'clock.
A lengthy program lias been prepared.
Fiivt. there will be a selection by un or
chestra. Dr. W. J. MoCrann. chairman,
will state briefly the object of the meeting.
The Knights of Columbus quailet will gr.s
a selection nnd thc.i Rev. R. L. Whc-let,
pastor of the First Presbyterian church,
will make an address. P.ev. Mr. Wheel. -r
will speak particularly of "the high repaid
In which Father Moriarty Is held In il.
pastors a,ad church workers In Soul It
Omaha. Coming after the address of new
Mr. Wheeler Miss Maud O'Ncil will sunt
a vocal solo. This wili he fotl.twcd by ai.
address delivered bv Rev. Charles Mugaii.
A. II. Mutdock "ill make an ml.
dress and express regrets on the part of
the city nt iargc that South Omaha Is to
lose such a valued citizen. Miss Margaret
O'Toole is next on the program lor a vocal
solo. Rev. '' Callahan of SI. Hridget's
r.hureh, Jay .1. Laviric, (.d ietary of the
Hoard of Kilucaliiin. and Captain D S.
Pnrkhurst, prcsiilei 1 ol the South Omaha
Ll'e Stock exchange. Hre d iv.ii lor brief
remarks. Thomas J. Nolan will deliver
the principal address of the ovenlng and
present :i set of resolutions regarding tho
departure of Father Moriarty In addition
to the resolution Mr. Nolan will present
! the departing priest with a number of
valuable, presents, the. gifts of friends In
tho Magic City. Father Moriarty Is the
last, on the program. After the presenta
tion he will reply to the remarks of Mr.
Nolan ar,d the others.
Republican Primaries Tuesday.
Republican primaries will be held In
South Omaha Tuesday, October 6. Tho
polls will be opened at noon and will re
main open until 7 p. m. There will be two
voting precincts In each ward, making
twelve voting places In ul.
The voting booths are located as follows:
First Ward First district. Ilckman's
store. Twentieth and L streets; Second
district. Collins' store, 627 North Twenty
Second Ward First district, feed store,
Twentv-flrst and Q streets; Second district.
230s N street.
Third Ward First district. Railroad ave
nue and Countv road; Second district.
Eagle house. Thirty-second and T streets.
Fourtli- Wnrd First district. Twenty,
sixth and O streets; Second district, Thirty
second tnd L strtcts.
Fifth Ward First district, lumber office,
Thirtv-flfth and G streets; Second district,
Thlrtv-tdxth and Q streets.
Sixth Ward First district, 1 ronson s,
Twentv-fourth and (i streets; Second dis
trict, Mayberry building, Twenty-fifth, be
tween M nnd N streets.
Indcrtaklna; Rooms Damaged.
The undertaking rooms of the George IT.
Brewer company . were considerably dam
aged by fire yesterday morning. This estab
lishment is located at 414 .North Twenty
fifth street. Only by extremely hard work
on the pnit of the fire department was the
loss kept down to $10. From n examina
tion made after the lire was out it wai
discovered that the blaze started In the
workroom In the basement, but 110 cause
can be assigned. The company carried
quite M. stock of expensive caskets nnd
these were mostly ruined by smoke and
water, very few being burned. As it is
expected that it will take a day or two
to adjust the insurance, Mr. Brewer se
cured the building at 411 North Twenty-fifth
street and is now ready for buslners. Lull
ing the fire Chief Oarrett was slightly in
jured by a heavy casket falling on his left
hand. Chief Oarrclt says that only by the
use of plenty of water could he prevent tho
llames from spreading, as the wind waa
blowing hard at the time.
Legal Department Hnsjr.
The legal department of South Omaha Is
busy Just now In preparing for cases to
be called III court shortly. Special Agent
Barrett ban only recently recovered from
a severe illness and when he reached iil.s
office a day or two ago he found a lot of
work piled up. He is doing all he can to
get wltnest-es and evldenco together for
the use of City Attorney Murdock when
the cases against the city are called. Fewer
damage suits against the city will come
up at this term of court than for some
Tbia is only a partial list of points to whkh rate will apply. Full information at
Illinois Central Ticket Office, 402 Farnam St., Omaha, or write
W. II. BRILL, Dis. Pass. Afft., Omaha.
i in au Mijium.
time. The reason for this l the gennl 1
laying of peinisnent sidewalks.
Hock Island firndlng.
The Rock Island road Is preparing to do
considerable gYadlng In the vicinity of
South Onmhn. Satindsy afternoon n large
number of graders with scoops, shovels sn.l
' teams were, unloaded at the company's
I depot in Albright. It Is understood thnt
j the company will widen its roadway font
1 teen feet, commeneing lit the: Albright
I depot. Just how f 1- west this gradint
i will go ! not known here. Contractor
I Cnllahan bns rharge of the grading outfit,
lie said that le would comnnnce work
Magic I(t Gosilp.
V; ,,'1"',w, I""'? on M-.11.lav for
Wood hike tor ten days shooting.
Rev. 1 r. Wheeb-r will preach this morn
ing at the First Pre shyterlan church.
Preaching services will commence a 7-.m
o tloek tonight, Instead of 8. as formerly.
Samuel McRa'in has gone to Trntlon Out
to vteit his parents for n. couple of weeks. '
Jay Williams and John Parks went to
Kansas City frlday night to spend Sunday.
A d.it:ght.T has been horn to Mr. mid
Mis. M. lionahnc, 21.7 South Twentieth
Mt. C F Oliver ha returned from n
two c(l' visit with friends nnd relatives
at Jes-up, I -.
Harry I'.vwi.-r of HxeNior Springs sper,'.
last week with his parent. Judge and Mis
J. M. I'oulei.
The city -t , ri f.irce was engr.gcd yester
day n cleaning a porMm of lie iavrin.M:t
on 1 wci.ty-fout th street.
Oeorgo W. Un g. SS11S 1, street. Is .lotne
the honors to his friends on account of the
arrival of a son at his home.
Jake Klein is getting around with the 5iid
of a cane these days on account of having
be.11 kicked by one of his horses
A business and professional men's gvm
naslum class l soon to be opened at the
Young Men s Christian association.
The retail clerks of South fhnaha will
Bive a dancing party nt Wotkrnen temple
mi Thursday evening, October Id. Arrange,
mens have been made to accommodate a
large crowd. The general public Is Invited.
!-m,a Allbcrv left' vesteidav for St.
Lcuis. where lie will locate. Mrs. Alllnry
will rsnialn here for a ooupl of weeks.
Rev. M. . Head wili pteach morning and
' renins ut the Methodist church. Ills even
lug topic tie -Jesus at Jacrh's Well.''
- me.-ting of 11 flirlil board of the
M.st Mi'ihodist nt.tirri, nnj t,B !,, ! In im
In lure lui.nii of ch.nch ...u Tuesday
c. . M1II-1 ,.f v wtil -wail at the
' '.' Men's Christian nst .tl"fi thi.-t
iiltrrtioon Ids tuple , "Mv Kxpe"-
nco In Mial,. Study."
A meeting .1! tli.. v oing Peonie s I'hrl"
tian union will be held nt the home of J L.
Puff. Sixteenth ::;i.l Mi-i-ouli iirnuc ,M
11 inday eei.ini: 1 ictnhcr v.
II '.'. Hotwlei vli p'id.:iil of the
Smith Omaha National bnn' -c turned ves
lerrl.iy fioin VJilcago. w liv he spent :
we, i looking iifier I ttslness k..atters.
Frtuk Coad. on- of the bookkeepers nt
the i'.-iekers National bank, was passing
around the cl;rs yestciday on account of
tlie arrival nt his home of a healthv son.
Secretary Marsh of the local Young Men
ChrlKtlin bssool.it Ion s.ivs that special st
tenilon is being paid now to the promotion
of hihle study at meetings to be held each
Sunday afternoon during the winter.
A C nt ifr Bleeds
After Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil Is ap
plied. Relieves pain Instantly tnd heals at
the same tltr.e. Por Man or beast. Price, tia.
REPORT ON YANKTON AGENCY
Superintendent glairy Hectares the
Year a gnccesafnl One In
(From a Staff CorreaponUent.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 4--(Speclal Telegram.)-The
annual report of Superinten
dent James Staloy of the Yankton Training
school was made public today. He states
that the year has been a successful one in
every particular and that prospects for the
coming jear are quite as flattering. A
census taken June SO, !W.. showed n total
population 011 the Yankton agency of 1,693.
The most Interesting statement made by
Btnley. howeven relates to the sale' of in
herlted Indian lands, upon which subject ha
has this to any:
"The aalc of inherited lands is detrimental
and the III effect of It has not reached Us
climax. The first deeds were approved
April 15. 1903, since which date 3.290 acres
have been sold at an average of 317.80 per
Within the previous few; weeks bids have
been accepted Ht a rate of 10.000 acres per
month. "The money," continues Superin
tendent Staley. "rightfully Invested by those
receiving it could he made of lasting bene
fit, but the prospect of a fe" "-ousand dot
lars coming In seemed suC .t to cause
the Indian to live in Idleness .a. wasteful
ness. After a sole Is made of heirship land
and pending the approval of the deed the
Indian's credit is fabulous. As n result
when money Is actually received creditor'
literally swarm around him and he is for
tunate If he has money left sufficient to bu
a small supply of groceries."
About MO leases of allotments were made
during the past year on the Yunkton reser
vation and the receipts from rentals were
slightly in excess of those of Inst year.
Judge Willis Vamlevanter. who has been
In Washington during the last twenty-four
hours, left tonight for St. Paul, Minn.
Judge Vandevonter came east chiefly for
tho purpose of placing his sou in school at
Morrlstown, N. J., and huvlng a day or so
to spare stopped In Washrngton to pay his
respects to the pccsldent and to see old
friends at the ?r.i"'.or department.
Mvs. W. K. Andrews, wife of the auditor
of the Treasury department, has gone to
Burlington. Ia., in company with Mrs. Kd
ward MeKlttrleU, whose husband recently
died In this city. Mrs. Andrews will visit
with friends in Lincoln and lh stings before
returning to Washington.
Postmasters appointed: Ivr.-i.-PlcUerIug.
Marshall county, Peter Olsen. vice S. 11.
Hagen, resigned. Nebraska Dnnbiiry, Red
Willow county. Moses M. v ning. vice A.
Seweil, resigned. Soulli Pakota Chancel
lor. Turner county, H jr. Wheelhouae, vlco
fienk. Popplngn, resigned.
The corporate existence of the Beatrice
National bank of Beatrice, Neb., has been
extended twenty years.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS fj
OHIO AND INDIANA POINTS
KJiPTHMBER 1, 8, 15 AND OCTOBER C.
RETURN LIMIT, 30 DAYS.
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OMAHA
. t: 4
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. il .14
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Kort fl' i.
Terr I taut
POPS - NAME THEIR JIDCES
8'Xt?en Leaden of PeopVa Party Ho'd
Their Judicial L'ouTentioa.
SELECT FIVE, LEAVE TWO PLACES 0Pt
Advocate Nonpartisan Reach, Cow
itenm Acceptance of Pnwnea by
.ln4aes anil Advocate
nights of Labor.
JOHN O, VVIPKR
J. J. POINTS
Oi:ORi7F, V l.oANK
C. T. P1CKINSON
orv ii. c. iti:u
. . .1 lemoer.' 1
, . .1 icnnxn :i
Two remaining plates to li tilled bv tie
democratic nominees. F. C. Page nnd A. V
Ferguson. If the democratic committee w ill
reject the republican nominees. Irving R.
Baxter and l.ce S. Kstclle. ami replace them
with the two populists, will complete tho
populist Judicial ticket.
Sixteen populists arranged the above
ticket nt a nuiet little mectim; at Washing-
I ton hall Saturday afternoon, called th.
Judl ial convention, t'elrgates hud been up.
pointed, by tl.e committee and the conven
tion called "to rntlfy" the ticket placed in
l.e held by the mass convention which all
parties were invlied to attend on September
f. At that time ntie place was left vacant,
to which J. J. Points was elevated yester
day. Asiiie from this the sixteen populists
adopted a" platform and adjourned.
The prior cmnentlon had not been cf .1
partisan character, it was said, and the
ticket could not be enteted upon the ballot
until It had been ratified by the populi 'M
or some other party. Therefore It was
necessary to do the work over again.
KImer F.. Thomas called the convention to
older, nfter giving the delegates an hour
to find where Washington hall is located.
Laurie J. ijulmby was placed in the c hair
and T. O. Kellogg made sc. 11 tnry.
t onlal iiplnnt Itntli Mm.
Mr. Thomas explained that Judges F.stelln
and Baxter had failed to qualify on tho
democratic ticket and thnt the democrat i:
com mi I lee toild replni" their names with
those of two populist nominees If it cared
to It had declined to substitute Y'elscr
and iMane, however, he dorlcrcd. and lie
thought the pops should not endorse Pago
and Ferguson until the courtesy was re.
ciptocateil. He moved that Yclscr. Iloanc,
I'hKlnson. Read and J. J. Points be nomi
nated. Sonic feeble opposition came from
P. L Forgiin mid Patrick McArdle. hut
Thomas had the majority with him. Iatcr
Yelser and Points were empowered to ap
point n Judicial committee of live, which
,'ill haxc power lo fill the vacancies and
negotiate with the democrats.
KImer K. Thomas, A. F. Hansen and S.
W. Logan fixed up the following platform,
which went through, with P. L. Fnrgm
demanding that Individuals as well as or
potation lie denounced for Indue nelng ti.u
Polities We favor a nonpartisan iudl
clnry. By this we mean that the Judges
should be of different politics, should not
engage In politics personally, nor r.'inli r
fiolltlC4il decisions: should not be controlled
iv tlese politicians who have hitherto ni
templcd to control tho Judlclnrv, ami
should assign to the criminal docket a
Judge who will not protect criminals.
Corporations Judces t-liouhl not accept
favors from nor grant favors to corpora
tions. A pass is a bribe. A Judge should
not try n damage case against a corpora
tion with such a bribe In his pocket.
Judges should not la- as liberal lu cutting
down and setting nslde verdicts of Juries
ngalnst corporations us they have b en ia
Fnlon Labor We endorse and recom
mend to the thoughtful attention of tho
Judiciary the first amendment to tho fed
eral constitution, which gu.irajitces, free
speech, n flee press and the right of
peaeenble assemblage. Judges should not
deprive union labor of those guarantees,
neir should they be governed by Injunc
tions. "F.ijualliy before the law" should
be their motto In dealing with the unions)
as well as others.
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