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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1906.
PAPA LOSES . ANOTHER PAIR
Omaha Pnpt Two Gamoa U Llaoola by th
Boon of 4 to 3.
LAST IS FAST TWflVE-INNlNG AFFAIR
Make Ti aad Mlrkeylte
Tare Rani at tha Flalsh
Rearkee Lose Tklr Bat
tlaa- Era. -
Omaha lost . Moth ends of well-played
double-header to - Lincoln Sunday before
4.000 people, the smallest Sunday Crowd of
th season, brilh games going by th tami
score, 4 to t Both games should have
Jn won by Ornaha, but fhey were not
for tha reason, that the Mtckeyltes out
played the Rourke family at critical stage
and tha Lincoln pitchers held the Colta aafe
at all tlmea When runs were needed.
The first game looked ' as If It would be
a ctnch for Omaha when, with McNeeley
doing the tossing. Lincoln was blanked In
tha Drat Inning and Omaha mart three by
' hitting the ball. Everything was reversed
In ' the Second Inning, however, for Mc
Neeley wee hit for three safe ones, which,
with Bassey' bad error, tied the score,
and McKay tightened up and the Rourke
family could do nothing with him during
the remainder of the geme.
Carter led off ''with a'dduble and was,
sacrificed to third and- Perrlng walked.
'Welch struck out and Bsssey hit for a
double, which scored Tarter and Perrlng.
Long's single brought Bsssey home. Holmes
'and Oagnler started the second Inning with
singles and Barton sacrificed them on for
a base. Zlnram hit to. Bsssey, who dropped
he.. ball, allowing Ducky to score. Oag
nler came , home on MCKay Infield out,
and Ketchem brought Zlnram home with
a double. , That tied the Score until the
nest Inning, when Lincoln made the win
ning run without a hit' Fenlon walked
and was sacrificed to second. He went to
third on Holmes' infield out and scored
when Howard fumbled Oagnter's grounder.
That-was all. the. unmaking of tha first
game Tha only hit Omaha., could make
after the first inning .was. a double by
Runkle. which, availed naught. McKay
pitched excellent ball all tha rest Of the
gecoad Game m Close Oa.
The second gsme was a corker, with the
result In donbt until, the finish, which was
a hair raiser. Omaha made one run in
tha sixth Inning and thus the acore stood
1 to 0 until the ninth, when Dodge got
wobbly and showed signs of ascending.
Herman Long called In McNeeley after the
gamer was In a pinch, but the best Mao
eorild 'do '-Was' to let ft hem. tie the score.
Collins had been called In to bat for Zack
art to drf this and Pop Eyler had ta pitch
the game' out.' Neither side scored again
until the " twelfth Inning, when - Lincoln
mm Am ihrA trtrr twn were out for Omaha
a batting rally was started, but ths runs
fell one short of a tie' and tne second game
was gone. '
Omaha made the first run In the sixth,
when,-Carter walked and Howard was hit.
by a "'pitched half.' Perrlng flew out to
Holmes and. Carter hirstled to third. He
scored on a grounder which was too fast
for Barton to handle. A fast double kept
Omaha from winning tha game In the ninth
Inning after Lincoln -had- tied the score.-
iowaxd had led oft on Pop Eyler with a
single and w sacrificed to second by
Perrlng. Welch tilt safe, which put How
ard on. third With one out. Bassey flew
out-to fenlon In .deep right, and It looked
as If Howard .could beat the ball home,
but a true throw did' the business.
"' noadlasr Still There. ' ' .
bonding1 did soma fast work in. the third
and 'fourth" Innings, when h nailed both
Qulllln end Holmes at third when double
steai were tinder taken.'
Lincoln ' came within ' an ace of ending
the game lit theeleventh inning, but fast
fielding by Dodge saved 'the' run. Two were
out. .with Zlnram on third, wbsn Ketchem
hit a hard grounder to Howard. Dodge
covered ' jhe" base,' but- the'' Umpire called
Ketchem safe. Dodge made a quick whirl
and caught ZInran at home.
.The. fireworks came In tha twelfth and
lasi irulina, wuau uiiiuuin uihud mrw
Omaha cams back with two. In the tenth
Inning Fenlon had led off with a triple,
but oult get no farther. In the. twelfth
he again led oft 'with a triple" and this
tlme cashed it in. He scored on the throw
of .Thomas out to Bassey. Collins singled,
aa did also Oagnler and Barton, making
three run. . In the. Omaha . half of the
twelfth erring and Welch were both rs-
t tired -by' circus catches by Barton, whan
tha bombardment started. . Bassey hit safe
and was followed by a clean single by
' Long. Clouding bit a high fly, wbloh
Ketchem dropped, and Dolan. was called In
to bat for Rvnkls. The old soldier made
good with a single, bringing In the seoond
run of ths Inning. It was then up to Mc
Neeley to 'win hi own game. .He hit the
ball through the pitcher, but Qagnler was
playing close to second and nailed It, and
Omaha had lost another double-header to
Lincoln before a Sunday crowd. .
" Sooro, first garnet ' ' 1
' "- ' LINCOLN. '
' v : iB. lt. H. PO. A. B.
Ketchem. cf 0 3 0 0
Qulllln 3b 4 0 112 0
Fenlon, rf ..v. Ill 0 0 0
Thomas, lt 0 0 T 0- 0
Holmes. If .......u... I I 1 10 0
lj-tn, u .., I 9 9 I t
..,.. 4 10 0 0 0
' . A a m m &
.: Totals 32 4 ,
v.-.-, K , : OMAHA.
- . . AB. ' 'R. H. PO. A. E.
Carter, rf 3 117 0 0
Howard, Zb 3 X 0 0 3 4 .1
Perrlng. Sb ..; . 1,00 S O
WeJch. ct I , .1 1 0 0
Basaey, II 4 1 1 I 0 1
Long, ss 4 0 114 1
Oondlng. a .... i 0,0 I 1 0
Bunkle, lb n 3 0 114 1-0
torus, p I 0 0 0 I i
.30 t -4 17 14 3
nuns i.. .e i i 0 0 0
0 0 0-1
0 lilts Iima1 0 0 8
Runs 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Hlia u....A..M.,..t 00010000 i
-Two base hits: Carter, Bassey. Runkle,
Ketchem. .Wild pitches: Corns. First
base on btSf! Oft M-Ksy. 4; off Corns I
Htmok ttuM By Mo Kay. 3: b Corns. 1.
Left o basse:. Unco in, 4; Omaha, t.
SHcriflce hits: Howard. Qulllln, Thomas,
Oagnler;' DarMin. Stolen bases: Perrlng
Duuble plays: Long, Howard to Runkle,
Tints: 1:26.,.- Cmpus: Edlnger. Attand
ance: low). ,
, Score, second game:
Ketchem. cf.... ..A'
Tiioiiiaja, lb i
f Xilmee, If . I
Oagvlvs. as..... ', I
Zinram, c (
Klr. p........ i
4 ' U
. ' OMAHA
Howar.1. 2b.k..n.M, .
l'orrjng. lo 4
Welch, cf "... I
Basaey. If..'.'.. ......
1 4nn, ss ,.
Oondlng. ,. 4
Bunkle, lb 4
Dolan' ;......:..i ,
iHxlae. p.,..,,.... 3 ,
Total..:.....'..' 4y"i "7 3i
Salted for Runkle ta th iwelfik,
Qulllln out for Interfering with batted
Lincoln Run 004004Q01808 4
Hit 0 4 2 0 131111 4-12
Omaha Bans 400140442-2
Two-bee bits: Welch. 7Jnram. Three
base bttei Fenlon (t. rirst base on balls:
Off Dodgs, I; off McNeeley, 1: off Zsrkert.
1. Hit with pitched ball: Br Dodge, 2.
Struck out: By Dodge, 8: by McNeeley. I:
by Zackert. I; by Eyler. 1. Left on bases:
Omaha, 6r Lincoln, U. Stolen bases: How
ard, Collins. Double play: Fenlon to 7.n.
ram. Sacrifice hlta: Pairing, Barton. Hits:
Oft Dodge, I In eight and one-tMrd Innings;
off McNeeley, 7 In three-and two-thlrrts In
rings; off Zackert. I in eiaht Innings: off
Erler, I in four Innings. Time: 8:20, vm
pi re: Edlnger. Attendance: 4.000.
Jarrott Toa Mark for Deaver.
DENVER, Aug. ll Denver's Inabtl'ty to
hit Jarrott safely when hits meant runs
gave Sioux City today's game, t to 2. it
was sn Interesting struggle throughout.
The fielding features were catches by New
ton, Frost and Balden. Adam was easy
for the Packer, most of tha chances go
ing on hard drives to outfield, which
divided eleven chsnces. Score: '
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Campbell. If ........;. - 0" 110 1
Sheehan, rf 4 1 1 10 0
Nobllt. cf 4 0 110 0
Weed, 4 0 " 10
Newton, ss t 2 1 1 I t
Frost, lb ,. 11 t 3 1
William, lb i iCl -K). 0 0
Hs, c t 0 111 0
Jarrott, p 4 0 i 0 1 0
Totals -.'.. 32 . " 27 5 4
AS. R. M PO. A. P!
MCHaie. lb 4
Smith, as 4
Randall, rf I
Russell, cf .'. 1
Zalusky, c ............. 4
Reddlck. 3b 4
Donahue, 2b I
Belden, If 3
Totals S3 1 27 7 0
Sioux City... t I 4 0 0 I I 04
Denver 0 SO 0 0 0 01
Sacrifice hits: Randall, Donahue, Wil
liams tZ),'Nob!U. Two-bas hit: Sheehsa.
Three base hit: Newton. Bases on balls
Off Adams, (; off Jarrott,- 1. Struck out
By Adams, 8; by Jarrott, 1. First baae on
errors: Denver. 1. Left on bases: Denver,
7; Sioua- City. i. Time: 1:34. Umpire:
Lynch. Attendance: 3.600.
- Doyle ssl Hogriever Ejected.
PUEBLO,' ColoT'vAug. 11 Yt looked like
the locals' game from, the staTt, but Dee
Molnee took a batting rally In the third
Inntrur. which, with some costly errors.
gave the champions enough runs to win
tne gsme. uoyie and Hogriever oi tne
Dee Moines team were elected from the
grounds for disputing a decision and Ton-
neman was forced to retire on account oi
belna? struck on ths lea bv a thrown ball.
Ctcotte was wild In tha early stsges of the
gsme. but steadied down and tne Indians
could do nothing with his delivery In the
late Innings. Henley, the new I California
t wirier, made his debut with the local, and
mads a good Impression. He had one bad
Inning. The score:
: AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Caftyn. If 4 2 .1. 1 1 0
O'l-cary, 8b, ss. ....... 3 I I 2 0
weiday, ct i l i u w
Dexter, c 4 12.4 2
Andreas, lb, ss...,,..1, 1,1.1. 4
Hogriever. 3b 0 0 0 0 0 t
Hanske. rf 3 1110 0
Oillen, lb .............. i 0 2 1 0 1
Magnon. Sb 1-1 . 4 0
Clcotta, ,p til
0 2 0
34 II -27 17 1
AB.- R. H. PO. A. E.
Cook. If. ...'... 4 2." 3 '2 1 1
McGilvrsy, cf. lb, S 1 1 I 0
Bader, 2b 6 1 1 12 2
Melchior, rf 4 1 3 0 0 0
Elwert, 2b $.- 0, ,,1 2 .1 0
Tonneman, lb 1 . 0 ; 4' 3 1 0
Minor, cf l o i o v
Flake, ss 4 0 0 1 3 0
Rennlcker, o 1 0 0 4 0 0
Messitt, c S" 0 ' 4 ' 0 ,0
Henley, p 0 0 . 0 J .
Des Molne"!!!!.'."!!o 1 11 10 M M
pueblo 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 04
Stolen bases: - Andreas (il),- Hogriever,
Weiday, Bader, McOUvray (2). Two-base
hits: McOilvray, Qlllen il, Caffyn. . Passed
balls: Rennlcker (1). Dexter (1). Wlld
pUch: Clootte. Hit by pitched ball:. By
. . u...Ai. ..... Xlir .CMAtt. 1-
Dyrieiiicj. ..Mvr- W7 ' -
by Henley, 4.- Double play: Andreas to
Maroon to uuien. urn n "
Moines, 8; Pueblo. . Time: 1:4s.- Umpire:
'Da VII. Aenacc, i.ow.
StamdlMK of the 1mmm.
tl 45 .Ml
4 M ' , -45
46 64 . 460
46 "' 66 . 450
37 . S3 '370
Sioux City .....100
No games today. -
a AMES - IX ' AMERICA LBASVB
Chicago Jamps lata First Place la
tha Peanaat Rae. .
CHICAGO. Aug. It-Chicago ' shut out
Nsw York 3 to 0 today in the third game of
the series before the largest crowd in the
history of the American league In Chicago
and moved into first place In the pennant
race. New York hit Walah hard, tout toe
excellent support given htm held the visitors
safe. Score: , ' ' ' '
CHICAOO. 1 KgW-TORK.
AB H O A . AB.H.O.A.B.
Hka. It 1 I I 0Hoflmn, cf.. 4 4 14 4
4mm. ct . .. t It kl. 111
letwll. ..'..! lit SBIkarfala, as. 4 1 4 I 4
DstIs. m I 1 t t SChaas. lb.... 4 1 II 1
Donah via, lb. I I SCearoy, II. ... I I
Doushany, It 4 1 -- L Porta. 4b. 4 1114
Sullivan. ... I 1 4 William, lb I t 1 1 1
Tawiklll. ib. 11 4 HMslaow. I 4 I 4' 4
Walah. I 1 .1 Orth, a,.,., .J J 4 U J
ToUI.'....'.4rTlri U V'TsUla. i..'..l M ,4'
Chicago ..0 0 0 2 t 00 0 -3
Nsw York 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Left on bases: Chicago, ; New York, 1
Two-base hits: Dougherty, Chsse, Hahn,
Isbeil. - Sacrifice kits: Keeler, labell, Hahn,
Donobus, , Davis. Stolen . bases: Jonee,
Davis. Double play: Sullivan to Tannehill.
Struck out: By Walsb, 7; by Orih, 3.
Bases on balls: rOff Walsh, li, off Orth, 1.
Time: 147. Umpires! ftherldan and Hurst.
t. I.aale Oatplaya Atkl4lca, '
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Aug. 12. Timely hitting
and daring base running won for St. Louis
today, 7 to 4. Philadelphia hit ' freely In
th first part Of'the game, but tilade Im
proved and held .them safe after the fifth
Inning. Score: ",
.-. ST.bOUia.' FHILAIWLPH1A.
,.. ABM.O.A,. AB.H.O.A.g.
Kllaa. b....4 l l l I Harttal.' If,., 4 14 4
Jobm. lb 4 111.4 Lwd. 4- t
Stana. If 4 1 1 DaTla, lb...4 IN 1
H.mphlll. rf. 4 1 4 4 STbol. rt ,4 I 1 1
W.llaoa. as... 4 111 1 Uursny, lb...' 4 1 14
rvHrt.a. ib.. VII i Skrark. ... t 441
Koahlar. cf...l I 4 ' 4 Cwaa, ...., 4 1 I S
O'CasDor. a. .'4 4 4 1 alonoa, tk... I 4 I 1 1
Ssanoar. ... aaoaar. I 441
. S 1 S f -uiariae .... v w w w a
Anntrur.: 1 4 44
tii aa la n ia- a
j Tatala U 1 14 11 3
Batted for Lennox in tha ninth. ,
flatted for Bender in the ninth.
st. iuis.. 4 o o o i i l o -t
t-hltadelphla . 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 04
Earned runs:' St. Louis. 8; Philadelphia, 8.
Two-base hlta: Murphy, Beybold, -Davis,
Hansel. 'Sacrifice hits: Nile. Lord. Passed
ball: He h reek. Stolen bases: Nlles i).
Koekler. Hit withpitcbed ball: By Glade,
1; by slander, 1. First base en balls: Off
Glade. 1; off Bender, 8. Struck Outr By
GHade, 4; by Render, a. Left an bases: St.
Louis, 10-Phlktdalphla, 1 Tims: l - Ura
plra; . O Lougbiln. , ' .
Rtaadiasj et tho Teasaa.
Played. Won.' Lost. Pet.
ChlcsgO 104 41 43 . 687
Philadelphia ........101 M-; 42, .H4
New York 67 ; 41 , ..si
Cleveland 17 64 4i .667
St. Louis . ........ M ' - -.
Detroit 102 - 50 61 .41
Washington M 40 .3M
Boston lu 80 . 73 -
Games todsyr' Weahlngton st Cleveland,
Philadelphia at St. Louts, New York tat
Chicago, Boston at Detroit. .
Welabrad la Basaped Hard.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Aug. 12.-(8peclal
Telegram.) Manager Blevera Select took
a batting atreak In the eighth that gave'
Weiabroa about th worst bombardment he
baa had thl year. Seven hlta In thl in
ning, a wild pitch and Potest a erre-r gavs
Grand Island six runs and made the game
tura, Score; ...... RiH.E.
Grand Island. 1 000f608-flll
Hastings 0 0. 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 I M 4
Ratter tea: Hastings, Welsbrad and Poteet;
Grand Islsnd. Welch and Townaeni '
Oa to K-v Yarn tae tkla-k.
Doubls track aoenlc highway.' Conaact
at Buffalo or Niagara FsUa wHh all Unas
from tha west. f .'v.
Writ paanger department. Leblgn Vat
ley B, K, 3U Boutk Clark 6U,' Chicago, 'lit
CARTER COES TO MEMPHIS
Llttl Bight rialder is Sold to Eoatoorn
ANXIOUS TO GET AWAY FROM OMAHA
Will Oo Wbea Roarke Gets the
Mosey Jabaay 8a4er Will Be"
Hasao gooa to Help
Bobby Carter has been sold to Memphis,
In the Southern League, and will report
there as soon as the deal Is closed. Man
ager' Babb has wired that he paid tha price
to Secretary Farrell and Rourke says he
has not received th money, but will let
Carter go as soon as he gets the money for
him. Carter has been dickering with the
Memphis team for sometime and wanted
to go there. This has Interfered with his
playing to such an extent that Manager
Rourke say he thought It better to get
the money for him and let him go.
Two new men are being negotiated for
and one of these will be landed right awsy.
Bender is also expected to return Friday so
the team will not feel the loss of Carter
as much as If these new pleyer were not
In sight and Bender was not to return. -
Holmes has a contract for Davidson, the
fast Ft. Dodge player but he has been
awarded to Sioux City by Secretary Farrell
for a neat fight is on for thin player.
The pausing of Csrtef leaves but two
of the old gnsj-don the Omaha team, Oon
dlng and Dolan; that Is two of the men
who were here when Carter csme. Welch
joined as a. regular soon after- Carter wss
picked up by President Rourke In 1901 from
Bloomlngton, 111., In., the Three-I League,
Bobby having come up from the south.
But Rotirke farmed him out to Tcrre
Haute and brought him back to Omaha In
1902, since when he has been playing right
Has Btea m Favorite.
Carter became favorite with the fans
soon after Joining the team and has main
tained that relationship, although his lapse
In batting and base running this year has
served to dampen .he ardor of some, of
his oldtlme admirers. For a time he was
regarded as the premier base runner In the
league; he has' alwaya been a good, faith
ful fielder and has batted better than he Is
Just now. His decided slump Is attributed
somewhat to his earnest desire to go south,
the land of his nativity. Ho sustained an
accident to his knee some' months ago
which hss made it hard for htm to keep up
his fastest pace.
' Bobby 'admits being 29 years of age and
is expected to make good for several sea
sons to come, if he stays In base ball. A
few Weeks ago President Rourke, In Car
ter's presence, remarked to a mutual
friend that Bobby wanted to leave Omaha
and Bobby interjected the remark that he
thought of quitting the game, but hi
friends are not looking for his retirement
Carter will meet his old teammate, Lleb
hardt, pn the Memphis team, - but the
chances are they won't play on the ame
club long, for Llebhardt has made such a
cyclone of himself as to get calls - from
half a dosen big league teams and will
go up higher next season. But then Eddie
Quick probable will stick In Little Rock
for a while longer. '
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Toledo aad Kansas City Divide a
TOLEDO, Aug. 12. Toledo and Kansas
City broke even In a double-header. .Kreu-
f;er won the first, game with a home run hit
n the sixteenth Inning. Durhsm pitched
wonderful ball. Mtnahan ' want out to let
Demont bat In trie ninth. Score:
TOLSDO. KANSAS CIT4V- -
Clln.roan, .!! I Waldron, .cf.. t I- 4 ' 1
J. Clarke, It. t 1 3 I I McBrlda. as.. 1114 4
Oswalt, ct.... 4 114 Ifarrlne, tb... 4 4 11 4
Knaba. tb..., 4 114 0 Hill, cf ,1 114
Krauiar, lb.. 4 I 1 7 1 Burba, lb.... t 4 4 1
Nanoe, rl.... 4 1 I vrrants. lb ... 4 1 IS 4 1
W. Clarka, lb I 4 14 l-OCaasady, If... T III
Abbott, c... 4 114 1 tLiahy. a 1 114 4
Mloahin, a... I 114 Durham, ... 4 4 4 4 4
Buttuoff, p,4 4 110
Dsmoot ..... 1 10 4 Totals. ...j.14 I 41 M I
Totals.. ....II 14 41 II 4. ' ' ' '
Batted for Mlnahan in ninth.
Toledo S 0000O01000000 1-4
Kansas Clty....l 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Two-base hits: McBride, Hill, J. Clarke,
Demont. Home run: Kreuger. Bases on
balls: Off Durham, (; off Mlnahan, 2; off
Sutthoff, 1' Struck out: By Durham, 6; by
Mlnahan, 0; by Sutthoff, 8. Hits: off Mlna
han, 4 In nine Innings. Double plsy: Leahy
to Frants. Stolen bases: Psrrlns. Hill,
Frsnts, Waldron, Leahy, Cllngman, Knabe,
Kreuger. Sacrifice hits: Waldron, Nancs.
Hit with pitched ball: Perrlna. Time: 3:16.
Score, second game:
TOLEDO, KANSAS CITY.
AB.H.O.A.B. - AB.H.O.A.B.
Cllatraaa, ss. I I I 1 SWaldroa. rf.. I I 0 I 4
1. flasks. If. I I I I McBrlda, aa. . I t I I
Odwall. ef..t. I II tParrlns, Ib... I 1111
Knaba, lb.... I I 1 4 Hill. cC I 114 4
Kreugar. lb. 1441 Burk. lb.... 14144
Naars, rf..... 114 4 irvanti. lb.... 1 4 4 4 4
W. Clarka, lb I 1 I I 41'aaaaar. If... 1114 4
Abbott, c.... t 14 1 4Sulllaa. ... I 4 4 4
Punholt. f... 4 41 ISwsna. I I 4 I I
Oamont .... 1 4444
Totals II I 14 I' 1
Totals. 1 I 11 4 I
Batted for J. Clark in fifth.
Kansas City .2 0 0 0 02
Toledo 0 0 0 1 0-1
Two-base hit: McBride; W. Clark.
Bases on balls: Off Swann, 2. Struck out:
By Swann, 3. Paaaed ball: Abbott. Time:
0:60. Umpire. Owens.
Event Hresk at Colambus.
COLUMBUS. O., Aug. 11 Columbus and
Milwaukee broke even today, the visitors
winning ths first gams In ths eleventh.
Score, rtrst gamo: , ,
Hlacbmas. rf I I I 1 Roblasoa, ts. 6 I 1 4 4
Can liar. If.... I 114 4Grseu. rf I 4 I
riakartus. cf. I 1 I I 4 Hjrnea, If I 1 I
PHal. Ib 4 4 1 I Baiamao, lb. 4 I 14 . 1 I
Klbm. . Ik.... I lit I SRoth. a 413
Huliwltt. aa.. I 1 1 4 I H.npbtll. cf. I 1 I
WMglay. lb.. I I 1 I 4 Moik'aa'y. Ik I 1 1 1
Blua. a I I 4 I MoCorai'k. Ib I t 4
KobartaJlle, a 4 1 1 I Obarlio. ..,. l j I
Totste U 4 U U l ToUla......4t 1 II 14 4
Milwaukee 3 01 0001000 3-45
Columbus 0 0008 00100 04
Stolen base: Klhm. 'Two baae hit:
Oberlln. Double play: Hulswitt to Klhm.
Struck out: By Hobertallle, 4;- by Oberlln,
i. Sacrifice hits: Hynes, Frlei. Robinson.
First baae on balls: Off Robertallle, 2;
off Oberlln, 4. Wild pitch: Robertallle, 1
Umpires: Fan and Sullivan. Time: 8:04.
Score, seoond game;
COLl'MBl. MILWAUKEE. 1 '
Hlnckmaa, li 4 4 4 4 4 Rsblsaoa, as. I 4 I I I
Caultar, M.. . 4 3 14 loraan. rf 6 4 4 4 4
PiUarlR, st 4 I I Hroea. !(.. 4 lit
Prial. lb I 4 I 4 B lata s. 1Mb 4 114 4
Klbm. Ik I I Botk. c 4 I I t
Hunwltt. as. 4 I I I 1 Hamoblll. cf. 4 1 1 4
m, as. I s s i nampnui, ei. i i i i i
r. Ik.. I lit 4Mb'sa . Ifc4 3114'
4 114 4 MoCorai'k. Ik 4 1 I I I
tr. r l I M IBaTllls, lb... 14 11
wrtgisr. Ib.. I
Sua. a I 1 I
Totals 44 1111111
Totals. 14 11 14 11 I
Columbu ,..-.1 113 1112 -10
Milwaukee 6 04200002-4
Stolen bases: Hinchman, (2). Two base
hits: Batsman, McCornilck, Saga, Flaherty,
(i; Hulswitt. Three baae hit: Pickering.
Hits: 7 off Bag In threat and one-half in
nings. Struck out: By Flaherty. 1; by
Sage, 8. bacrinre hits: Coulter. Wrlgley.
Hulswitt.' Bases on bails: Off Sage. 1;
off Hyneav 1. Hit by pitched ball: Hinch
man. Umpires: Egan and Sullivan. Time:
1:40. : n . ,
Authorities Prevoat Usnte.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Aug. 12-Th game
between Loulavlll and St. Paul, achedulad
for today was called off on notice by the
board of public eafety that hereafter no
professional baae ball games will b al
low ad oo the Sabbailu
StaBdlaar of tko Teaaaa.
7S 44 .kl
4 . 60 .63
42 60 .664
64 64 .664
64 64 ' .61
66 61 .474
47 44 .4JI
S3 74 ld
Kansaa City ...
klilwauk at columbu.
Kansas City at Toledo, St. Paul at Loul.
vlllo, Minneapolis at Indianapolis.
Even Rreak at I alas.
:NION. Neb.. Auar . 11-iRiw-ui A
large crowd witnessed two good ball games
here today between NeLraska City and
i runn teams. isenrasKa t;ity took the Srst
game by the sopre of. 4 to 8 and the sec
ond game wss won by i'nlon by the scorO
of 7 to 8. Score first game:
Nebraska City .,0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 48
I'nlon 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 04
flatteries: Nehrsska City, Stoll and
7 nomas: i nion, f-aton and Johnson.
Nebraska City 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1-7
i nion l l o o l 0 0 Ol
Batteries: Ne-brsska City. Reiser and
ttirapy; t ruon, Ateaoc and Johnson.
Americana Defeat Kra-a-a.
Ths Americans defeated the Krugs for
the second time this season In a close same
yesterday afternoon, the score being 4 to
6. It was anybody s game until the last
man was out. Doll was on the slab for
the Krugs, but ws replaced by Zeebel in
the seventh Inning too late to affect the
score. Dennlson pitched for the Americans
and got gilt-edged support: Score:
Americans 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 4 3
Krugs 0 Z 0 0 1 1 0 1 0-6 3
Batteries: Americans, Dennlson, Cunning
ham snd Sweeny; Krugs, Doll, lieebel and
Iavlaclbles Still Win,
The Invlnclbles defeated the Hanscom
parks on the letter's grounds yesterday by
the score of 4 to 0. The features of the
fame were th pitching of Probst of the
nvinclblea, who allowed only four lilts and
struck out ten men, snd the all-around
playing of the Invlnclbles: Score:
R H E
Invlnclbles 0 01 21001 1-412 0
Hanscom parks.O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 4
Bstterles: Probst and Kranda; Benson
Schayler Defeats Osceola.
SCHUYLER. Neb., Aug. 12.-t8peclal.)
Schuyler today defeated Osceola In a well
played game of ball by the score, of 8 to 3.
The feature Of the gsme-was the all-around
playing Of the Schuyler team. The Sliver
Creek battery was the main feature of
the Osceola team. Schuyler plays Fuller
ton Saturday and Sunday. Ths Score:
R II E
Schuyler 0 0020102 - 2
Osceola 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0-3 3
Batteries Schuyler, Reoter and Davis;
Osceola, Loub and Shank. Umpire Smat
lan. Time of game: 1:36.
Atlantic Wins the Rabber.
ATLANTIC, la., Aug. 12. -(Special.) The
Merchants' leaguers oi this place won the
third snd deciding game In a series with
the Anita Invlnclbles by a score of 8 to
8 in a well-played game that was in doubt
up to the last minute, the score being tied
on two occasions.
Merchants' Leaguers. 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 10 6
Anita Invlnclbles 10000010 0-J 7 8
Batteries Williams, Boardtman and
Harrm; Northup and Budd.
Colombia Still Qaeen.
The Columbia Juniors defeated the Ever
ett Trues yesterdsy by the score of 0 to 2.
The feature of the game was ths one
handed catch of Jack Flnkelstein. Bat
teries: Hollander and Mlrasky: Malonof
sky and Shmekel. The. Columbia Juniors
would like to hear from the Crescent Ju
niors. The Columblas defeated the Corona
Juniors by the score of V to 0 by default.
The Columblas will play the Holmes Bros,
next Sunday at Twenty-fourth and Hamil
HARVARD OARSMtSN IN ENGLAND
Cambridge Coach ' Conaldera Them
BOURNE END, England, Aug. 12.-The
members of the Harvard crew were the
guests today of Theodore Cook at the
Leander club, where they met many promi
nent rowing men. i ..'
Nearly all the erew have Increased In
weight and are In splendid condition, but
Coach tVray Is anxious to get them to
Putney. Flint has done so well at No. 3
that It Is doubtful If his seat will be given
to Morgan, although Morgan will likely be
tried when he arrives.
Coach Muttlebury of the Cambridge crow
was more Impressed than the majority of
spectators by the performance of the Har
vard men Saturday. 11 expresses the opin
ion that they are capable of great Im
provement, but says :--they will- require
OMAHA WHOl E.ilLfc-MARlCET.
Condition of Trade anal ((notations on
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EGGS Receipts, liberal; fresh stock, 16c.
LIVE POULTRY Heiis, SWJ-luc; roost
ers. 6c: turkeys. I2dttiiv ducks, 7c; soring
chickens. 13gl4o per lb.
BJ itkk faeKing stoca, loc; cnorcs
fancy dairy, lowlao: creamery, 2l2iyac.
HAY Price quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany. Choice upland, 38,60; medium, 3400;
coarmv 37.60fc8.00. Kye otraw, 37.00.
BRAN Per ton, aM. .
TOMATOES Horn grown, per basket of
20 lbs., 60c.
WAX BEANS Per - market baskt of
about 16 lbs., 60c.
TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROTS Per
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per dos.
CELERY Per dos., 30c
' CUCUMBERS Horns grown, per dos.,
ONIONS Home grown, 2Ho per lb.
GREEN ONIONS Per dos buncl.es, 20o.
RADISHES Per dos. bunches, 16c,
POTATOE8-Pr bu., 46c.
NAVY BEANS Per bu' 11.86; No. 3, 11.78.
LIMA BEANS Per lb..
GREEN PEPPERS Per market basket,
ORANGES Valenclas, all alses, 35.60.
LEMONS Limoniera, extra fancy, 240
slxe, t;.&u; 3u0 size, $7.76; 860 sJxe, 8a.Q0; other
brands, 81.00 less.
BANANAS Per medlum-sised bunch,
81.7Eia.26; Jumbos. 82. 604,3.00. .
PEACHES Yellow freestone, 3110; Mis
souri, per 4-baaket crate; II. U0; California
Elbertas, per box, 31.00.
- PLLMB-Callforniit, 31-Otj)1.76.
PEAHS liarllett, per box, 32.264ja.60.
WATERMELONS Per lb., Ifcc. or about
CANTELOUPKS Colorado and Arlxona.
per crate (standard), 83.au; ponies, 32.60.
CUT MEAT PUlCb.
No. 1 ribs, Uc; No. t ribs, iwu; No. 3 ribs,
Go: No. 1 loins, iiJV; No. 2 lotus. Lifto; No.
3 loins, be; No. 1 oliuck, it'tc; No. 2 chuck,
iYic; No. 3 chuck, 3c; No. 1 round, kc;
Nu. 2 round, Jo; No. 3 round, 2c; No. I
plate, 3c; No. 2 plate. i!e; No. 3 plate. 30.
C1DER-Pr kcic, 13. 7b, per bbl 3u.76, .
HONEY-New. per 24 lbs., 3J.66.
CHEESE Swiss, new, lbo; Wisconsin
brick, 13D14u; Wisconsin limberger, 13c;
twins, U'-Vc; young Americans, lac.
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1, sou shells, new
crop, per lb., lbo; hard shells, per lb.,
14o. Pecans, large, per lb., 14o; small, per
lb., 12c. Chill walnuts, per lb., 1:4,1310.
Almondsr soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
shells, per lb., Uo. Cocoa nuta, 64.00 per sack
SUGAR Granulated cane. In bbla., 83.34;
granulated cane, In sacks, 36.81; granulated
beet, in sau-ka, 46.21.
BYRUP-lrt bbla., 27c per gal.; In cases,
4 10-lb. cans, 31.70; cases. 11 6-lb. cans, 31. IW,
case, x xa-io. cans, ai.au.
f 'OFFER Kukated. No. ia. 26Uo ner lb.:
No. ). 20Hc Pr lb.; No. 6, uvic per Ib.j No.
M, 16V per lb. ; No. 21, 12Vo per lb.
ti Ktu ibm r auiny wnuensn, per
quarter bbl., 100 lb., 14.00; Norway mack
erel. No. 1, 32S.0O; No. 2, 32U.0O; No. 8. IJu.uu;
Irish. No. 3, 314 00; herring, In bbla., ZvQ Tha
each, Norway, 4k. 312.00; Norway, 3k, 813.00;
Holland, mixed. Ill.oO; Holland herrtne. in
keys, mllkera, Sue; kags, mixed. 70c.
l,Annr.u uuuub-' uih. iianu.ru west
ern, &ytc; Maine, 3116. Tomatoes, 8-lb.
cans. 3106il.40; Mb, 0;Hc3100. Pineap
ples, grated. !-lb., fiXAintK; siloed, II (,
130: sallon apples, fancy, 3100; California
apricots, I1.76I&4.00; pears, 81.76433.60; pt-aches,
fancy. 1.7tc2 41); rl. c. peaches. Vl Waib).
Alaska salmon, red, 31 26; fanoy Chinook, F.,
32 10; fancy sockeye. F., 81 w; sardine, W
oil, 83 60: mustard, H mj310. 8 set po
tatoes, $1 1MJ1.26; sauerkraut, 8100; pump
kins, BOcStl.00;- wsx bein, 2-lb., 7Va;
lima baana. 2-lb., 75clj81 35; spinach, 8116;
rhear 2-lb., 40c; extra, loujMJc; fancy,
HIDES AND TALLOW-Orean salted.
No. 1. UHc; No. 2. HHe: full hides, 8V'svHc;
freen hides. No. 1. 10c; No 2. 8c: horae.
i.60$ 3 26; sheep pelts. 60c4j. TsUow. No
1. 4c; No. 2. 8c,
WOOL-Per lb.. I3r26a.
. foSJeo Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11 COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at ah advanca of
JBl points In sympathy with better Euro
pean can lea than were expected. - Trading
waa quiet, 00 sale whatever being reDorted
on the opening call, while later bualneaa re-
Heeled no change In th general attitude
toward the market and rOtrang new la the
valorisation altuatlon. The close waa ateatdv
at unchanged prices to an advance of 10
fiolnts. Sales were reported of 40,160 baga,
ncluding September at 8.864 7.00c. Decem
ber at 7 10c. Januarv at 7 tor. Mirch- at
7V. Mnv at 7 4"7 4ftc and July t 7JC
opot ttio, uivti iso. riuvotc. C.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattlo Ehow Decided ImproTomont for
HOGS fIVE TO TEN CENTS LOWER
gheep Free Sellers. All the Week
with Prices Oradoally Tending
t pward Lasabe gtoody
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. IL ISfaJ.
KaVlnf4n nk-aas-A. a a . 1 1 a B 1
gfflcl" Monday 4,joj j, lg,
Umr fll Ttlaaaij4At, 4k .MA 4k 41 1
F an , , . -m rMn j .VIV 8J.mKl l,94f
nj""! JJ'i"'"day 1,977 l'-.W 11.141
I Ifnni 1 TliiiaJ. aa ax m ... p r, . m a. . a
Omcla Friday 7 g.e63 684
umciai Saturday 426 2,400
This week r.lllil 61.484
Lt week 18.M0 60,143
Two weeks ago 17.4J6 47.133
Thre Week ago 16.072 63.
Four week ago 16,284 47.861
Samo week last year. ...it 1M it tsa
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TtJ DATE.
The followlna table ilinai tha rerelota of
cattle, hogs and Sheep at South Omaha for
w. year 10 aaie, compared with laat year:
lfeia. l(kti t no
tttle 6W.443 619.016 47,426
5gs 1,73)1.241 1.51.612
Sheep K7.064 8W.322
Tb fallOWina: avlll at.nai .ha 1,1 1, .1 nmA
(or the different kinds of came on tn
bouln Ornaha market:
G"od to choice corn-fed aleere....t5 534 00
ralr to Cooa oorn-fei ateera 4.864i6.60
Common to fair corn-fed steers.. 4 iU4.m
Good to choice cows snd heifers.. 8.6"4.tJ
Fair to good cows and helfora.. a-WMJo-)
Common to fair cows snd heifers.. I u2.60
utoo to cnoic stockrrs 4k feeders. .wkU4.
I-alr to good stnekers snd feeders.. 3.268 40
Common to fair stockers 2.603 it
Bulls, stsgs, etc 8.60Ul-69
veai calves 8 6.i
Th followinar table ahowa the averaaa
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
seversi days with compsrlsons:
Date. 1808. W06. 104. 1C3.190:.101.100.
3 22; 3 821 4 94,
3 02( 7 I
6 04! 7 83
6 Mi 7 86
8 041 7 27
r l'l 7 m
I 6fi 6 15
6 74 4 M
071 1 7 15
6 96A 6 861
tu is - 1
4 84 6 26 I 7 02
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha lz.uxati.00 ia.uout.07U
1,1111'aKO .'. i.wun.m d ltxas la
JfCansas City t.OUpU.16 6 00yii.l0
ni. iouis i.orK0.iB t 76ti.
Sioux City 2.6"S,00 i.tkxo.W
Ths ofheial number of car a of atock
brought In today by each roud was:
Cuttle, flna-a. Hnraea
C, M. 4V St. P 12
Wabash ..v. 2
Missouri Pacific 2 . .
Union Paclnc system - 23
C. 4 N. W.. cant 1
C. 4k N. W., west...,. . 28 2
t., oi. r., u. u
C. B. & U.. east 11
C, B. & Q., west 17 18
it. l. 4k P., oast 20
C. R. I. ft P.. west... , 1
Chicago Oreat Western.. .. 8
Total receipt 17 lit 2
Tha uiapoHiiion of the days receipts waa
s follows, each buyer purchasing tne
number of head indicated;
Omaha Packing Co..... l,ait
Swift and Company '. i.l'W
Cuaahy Packimr Co 2,1U
Armour 4k Co....... a,ia
CATTLE As was the case yesterouy.
there were not enougn cattle in sight to
day to make a test ot values, but tuc feel
ing was fully steaoy. . ihe receipts tnls
week show very considerable falling off as
compared with the previous week and a
silgut falling or as compared witn a eat-
ago, as win be noted oy examining tne
table at the beginning of this coiuiiin. At
usual at this aeakon of the year, tne supply
of nativs and cornted cattle is steadily, di
minishing, while grass stock from tha west
ern ranges Is taking its place.
While tne nuerai receipts inaue me mar
ket a little weak on Monday, the trade
since that day has been In a very satis
factory condition and prices have grad
ually tended upward. No very great in
crease In valuea has been noted any on
day, but there has been a gradual stlrtenlhg
up under the Influence of the moderate re
ceipts and the very good buying demand.
At the close of the week it Is safe to quote
both cornted ana range steers as generally
lnifrlSe hleher. In some cases even more
advance than that has taken place, some
salesmen quoting the general market on
good steers lO&'Joc higher.
The market on cows and heifers has. If
anything, shown even more Improvement
than bt-ef steers. The supply of cows was
light all the week, while there was the
usual demana. I naer mis mnurnn me
market waa quoted strong and on some
days as much as 10c higher. At the close
of the week -It Is safe to quote the general
market on cows and heifers as much as
1&&Z&C higher than one week ago.
The receipts of Blockers and feeders have
been very light this week as compared with
the total receipts of cattle. This, together
with tho Improvement in the market for
beet steers, has caused a decided upward
movement In prices. Speculators and yard
traders have been looking for cattle all
the week and there Is no question but what
a good many more could have been sold
had they been here. As It was. the catle
which did put In appearance sold to very
good advantage. The market Is now 1525o
higher insn one w su, ''7
belna the most noticeable on well bred
HOGS Buyers started out this morning
with the evident Intention of buying their
hogs 10c lowca. and they succeeded in get
ting quite a good many that way. Later
on, as It became apparent that the demand
mimm anmenhat better than expected. In
spite of the fact that It was a Saturday, the
market showed Improvement and part of
the decline was recovered, in other woras,
,i. market, aftar oDenlns 10c lower, be
came oply 6c lower, and plenty of hogs
sold on thai bawls. This would make the
general market WOo lower than yesterday,
and that was what the majority of sellers
were quoting It. While the trad was alow
at th opening It became more sctlve later,
so that the most of the hogs In sight
chanced hands by 10 o'clock or soon after.
1 no late arrival ui aumv ui wiw uuiiv f
longed the market until well along toward
A rnmrmrison with the market at this
point and that at Chicago will convince
anyone that hogs are selling relatively lilsh
here. Tnere IS, in very nine omcirirci
between the two markets, buyers having
found It Impossible to pound prices down
st this point fast enough to keep up with
the slump in values at Chicago.
The market has been lower every dsy
this week under the influence of the steady
decline at other selling points, there hsvlng
been a general Breakdown or values every
where. The total decline for the week a
compared with the close of last week Is
just about 30c on an average. As a matter
of fact tha market has been very uneven
every day, so that hog of sams kind and
character nave soia at a wiae rsnm oi
nrlcea. Yesterday the average price of hog
dropped below the 84 mark for the first
time since February 24 and today they sold
at the lowest point touched sines February
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HAtKP Ther were no fresh receipt of
sheep thl morning and nothing to make a
test of the market.
The receipts of sheep this week hav been
very libers I, the total amounting to over
4.0u0, as ssalnst 26 770 laat week and 14.604
for the corresponding Week of a year agi
In spite of tn very heavy receipts th
market aa a whole ha been In very satis
factory condition, as noted yesterday. In
fact, sellers without esceptlon have been
ci-rrainiy well pleased With the condi
tion Of tha market tmm atari t Unlaw
There Was a little atrnnvpr tendency nn
Sheep, yearlings ai d wes, and st th does
of the week operators on ths market ars
generally quoting the rocket 1016c higher
and some are quoting it even a little
ironarr insn inat.
Quite a jood many lambs arrived during
ths week but the quality on most davs
was nothing to brag ot and the trde
largely for that reason showed Inillni
llon to drsg. Prices, In consequence
were not more than steady snd from
that to a llttl eaaler. In fact, steady
to a little lower would probably be the
best description of the lamb market thtt
coma n given. The feeder market Is In
very satisfactory shape, there being an
sctix-e demand for sheep ami lambs of
mat riass, aa usual at this sesson of the
yesr. This demand hss been fully qiil
to the shsorbtlon of the large receipts, so
that brlces hava 'not nnlv been well
maintained but, If anything, are a llttls
"ironarer at tne close or tne week, ine
abundance of feed in tributary sections
hss made sheep men very anxious for
feeders, and commission men have their
hand full of buying orders. In addition
to that a good many feeders ars coming
in to look after their buying In person.
All prospects would seem to favor a
rominuea large demand for reeders at
this flolnt Snd tha VIV tha market la
at this time no ranchman can afford t
emia nia snerp or lamns Dy this point.
Quotation on killers: Good to choice
aprlnr lambs. 1 4. 7 1 4i 7 40: fair tn niut
spring- lambs. 8I 26HI.76; good to choice
j '-iimns;, is.suiis.uo; rair to good year
lings, 36.26 6.80; good to Choice wethers,
4 .6 6 6.00; fair to good wethers, 84. 809
4 il; good to choice ewes, 34. 8004.30;
iir (u aooa ewes, .vu4.su.
Quotations on feeders: Itmbs, 38.76
4 46; yearlings. 85 0006 40; wethers, 34.60
v ; ewes, ii.ivft.n,
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle teadr Hoga Five to Test Ceats
' Lower "beep steady.
rillP 1 (HI A t, mm., n w . . .
iw neao. Aiarset stesay: beeves, 8.IO(ft.60;
cows and heifers, 8i.ooti6.80; stockers and
K-Tvirrw, ,4 aitga.jaj; nStlVCS, I6.O(j,7.00.
HOOS-Recelpts, 18,000 head: estimated
Monday, 41.000 head. Market 6&10C lower:
mined snd butchers. 86.7o$-..l2V; good
neavy. so.wvost"; rough heavy. 6.4fa6.0;
,lB,ht' .-75,ii.B; .loe6; bqlk or
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts,' 3,000
-" aswt ari i ay, as. . Tveu'V. mmsj .
yearlings. .x6.2fi; Jamb, Hft3?.,?6.
Kna Citr Mv. Stock Market.
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Msrlrat unrtka r .
. iibiibjcu, t iiiMtc eAuuri ma
d retard b-f steers, WtyUiil; fair to food,
I A AA4,a OK . . - . . . , . . . .
a,.v.-Vw.6w, nnivrn IfKl steers, 9.D)lfS.uu;
stockers and feeders, 32.4034.6O; southern
steers, z.it4Wj: southern cows, 3loO)ti3.i6;
native cows, I2.0O&4.26; native heifers, $8.00
uuua, .imo.i,w; csives, ii'.ooajti.tiu. He
calnta frtr ih, mvmlr m m.mr J
..u, ,1, .,wv nvnu. n,ra,i was
IfW. In... ,n a 1A. -. 1 ..
" " , , , ium, wi tv , uum ui kiic B , an sa u
4 06; heavy, 6.y6.0O; packers, 36.96(ii.ii6;
l,Bllin, aO.UUlM.lW, piKS, 9St.WQmt.iO. MCCCipiS
for th week, 61,200 head.
oHKKf ano LAMBS Receipts, none.
The market was nominally steady. Lambs.
au.wHfi.w, vwra ana yearlings, 94.z1xto.bu;
western fed yearlings, 6.00ii4.00; western
fed sheep, 4.00fl6.1i5; stockers and feeders,
13.7616 bl. Rac-elnta for tha auk 1EAA
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlta
NEW TORK. Aur. 11 EVAPOUATRD
APPLES Market showed no chsng;
supplies ror December delivery being
sun oiosea si 6.c. Boot are nrmlv held
owing to the liaht biIddIv. with orlma
quotea at ugii)c; choice, 11 sfiiii c;
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRITITS Prunaa
are Arm on spot, with supplies light and
demand for cdnsumptlon steady. Cali
fornia 70s to 40s are quoted at 7H4Kc;
Oregon 40s to 20s at iViilvlc. Peacli-js
are uncnangea, . witn cnoics quoted at
104 lie: extra choice at IlttllU?:
fancy, ll4t12c; extra fancy, at 12$
12V4jC. Apricots.' dull and laraelv nom
inal.; with fancy Quoted Wt 16 He. Raisins
are unchanged; loose muscstel are quoted
ai.svstyic; setaea rataina, c; London
layer, nominal.. ....
St. I.onls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 11. CATTLE ReceiDta.
600 Jiead, Including 400 Texans. Markst was
steady; native shipping and export steers,
I4.6inti4.16; dressed beef and butcher steers,
13 5tli.60; steers under l.OuA lbs., 13. 0OO4.46:
stockers and feeders. I2.0a 4.60; cows snd
helters. u.wmi.40: canners. I1.6i2 00: bulls.
32.J6ft4.00; csives. 83.0(16.; Texas snd In
dian steers, t3.00ta6.26; cuws and heifers,
12.000 3 60.
HOQS Receipts. 1.600 head. Market 10c
lower; pigs and lights. 4.:'roZ.6; packers,
36.76ao.20: butchers and best heavy, tti.iott
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 800 head.
Market steady; native muttons, 33OO6.0O;
lsmbs, 34 037 00; culls and bucks, I2.6o4l.00;
stockers, 38.60106 .60.
- Rloaix CHr Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Aug. U.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 100 head; mar
ket steady; beeves, 34(Kjj00; cows, bulls
snd mixed, 33 504,4.60; stockers and 'feeders,
U.004M 00; calves and yearlings, 32.7604.86.
mou-Receipts, 4, two head; market 10O
16c lower, selling at 36.6O30.U): bulk of ssles,
St. Joseph Live Stork Market,.
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. U.-CATTLE Re
ceipts. 100 head. Market steady: natives.
HGO4lO0; cow and heifer. $1.6(4.25; stock-
ejs ana reeaers, ti vtlta.
HOUS Receipts. 3.117 besd. Market waa
steady to tc lower; light, Fws 16; medium
heavy, 36. 704 I.N; bulk of sales, 36.3031.06.
on K.a,r- Bteaay.
Aoek to Bight.
Receipts of live stock at ths six principal
western markets yesterdsy were as follows.
uattle. Hoss. beeo.
South Omaha 426 3,0 ....
Sioux City too 4,800
Kansas City 3I0 8.600
St. Joseph 100 3 817
Bt. Louts 600 1,600 300
Chicago 400 1,600 8.O11O
1.826 24.817 8.800
Oils aa Roala.
NEW TORK. Aug. 11. OILS-Cottnnaeed.
Arm; prim crude, f. o. b. mills, 86Wo2)c;
prime yellow, 38SC. Turpentine, essy, 61
6U4C. Petroleum, essy; refined, New
fork, 37.40; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
17.66; In bulk. 8446.
ROSIN Steady; strained, common to
good, 34 0644.10. ,
OIL CITY, Pa., Aug. lV-OILS-Credlt
balances, 3168. Shipment 81,060 bbla.;
average, 82,108 bbla. Runs. 77.138 bbla.;
average. 42.661 bbls. Shlpmsnts. Lima. 82..
647 bbls.: average, 44,140 bbla. Runs, Lima.
42,788 bbls.; average. 36,141 bbla
A v AWN AH, (it., Aug. 11. OILS Tur
pentine. Arm. 30c. Sale. ktJ bbls.! rm.
oelpts, 84J bbl.; shipments, 3.062 bbl.
ROSIN Firm. Sales, 8.360 bbla A. B. C
8176; D. 34 00; E. 84 12; F. M 3M4 86: Q,
84.2C4N30; H. 84.80)ft4 35; I, 84.36; K, 34.70
M, 4.tiKp4 tb; N, 8&.164JO.20; W O. 86.ir8.30;
W W, 86.60.
NEW TORK. Aug. 1 1. METALS The
metal market were quiet as uaual on
Saturday In th absence of London eablaa
and no quotable change was reported.
Tin was quotsd at 346 404? 40 41. Lako
copper Is held at 818.42 H4y 13.76; electro
lytic, 813 37H4J13.60; casting, 113.000
18.26. Lead was unchanged, at 36.76, and
peltar at 33. 04493.10. Iron was report!
In good demand with price niaher. at
81. 00a 114 for No. 1 foundry norther,.
and ll.0613 40 for Na 2 foundry south.
asrar hasl Molaase.
Mrw TAD V A ... 11 aiTn.a v.
firm. . It, ,1. . 1 . . . .
-'. . . vrnuiiu,i, mm
3c. Molaos sugar, 8 l-lic Rertned.
steady; No. 3. 430c; No. 7 . 4 28c; No. i,
4 30c; No. 8, 415c; No. 10, 4 10c; No. 11. 4 06c!
No. 12. 4.00c; No. 13. 386c: No. 14. 386c; con-
iviitinvrv a, s.isc; mourn a, s.sdc; cut loaf
6 40c: crushed, 6 4uc; powdered, 6.00c; granu-
In I mA A aV. . ..k. Sr a a- - v
M -!, swat" tm Ik-81, 8 19C-.
MfiT a aav a aia.4u . v.. avi..
kule. food (o choice, XfrSilc.
Dim. r j4wc. .
pfvirta. Aur 11 rnpv.rirn, m.
yellow and No. 3, 61c; No. 4. 60c; no grad.
lira o.iu, ica t ku, tius.i -.
I white. T3ISr: No 4 white 3i431a!
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Won Aotiv for a' Whila al
Bi&rbor Ffioea. - -
JONES' CROP SENTIMENT IS BUIUSH
laglls Says (aaadlas Orala Short Ifc
Oaoatlty daalltr al 1H
Veer's Held (era RSeovor
troaa Goverasnen Mostort.
OMAHA; Aug.. li. .lsrt.
Trad in ail grain was bna for a fesr
mlnut after tne opening, but dwindled to
very small proportions in a very snort
lime. Alter the opening dip tne Wbtat
market aleadied on io.al uuymg. in
etntlinent was helped by th Jones report
snowing winter wheat yield of 4,iajM,iMJ
bushels and spring wnest l.tX;ujQ bushi,
or a total of 44.(u,0iq busbei anurt of tu
government llgurr of yesterday. Th
inglls report en the Csnaolan outlook was
less optimlstlo than some of tho prior
ones. Some hesitation Is evident at thl
level and bear are less sggresstve. -In
foreigners are Inclined to view the situa
tion with considerable confidence, believing
that all the wheat will be selling that I
necessary. Oood authorities say that 'the
receipt in Ruaaia are poor In both quality
and quantity, and the crop la peueved to
be hort. v
Corn The government report was 1vn
a bearish construction, but th market Iv
covered from the opening break. Shoiia
were good buyer ana May was taken mod
erately for lunar account. Tha iia-hl re
ceipt and country acceptance continue to
firm the September. Prices essed off again
at the close.
Primary wheat receipts were ID. 000 bush
els and shipments l.roH.OOO bushels, against
receipt last year ot 777,000 bushel and
shipments of 662,000 bushels. Corn receipts
were 284,0nft bushels snd shipments sOl.utO
bushels, ssalnst receipts last ear of O,iQ0
bushels and shipments oi 812.000 bushels.
Clearances were s;4,oft oiistiet wbat, 81.167
barrels flour, 68,000 bushels corn and au.uoo
Liverpool closed W&d lower on wheat
and unchanged on corn.
Broomhall estimates world's Wheat ship
ments for Mondsy at 7,200,000 bu., against
6,440.000 bu. last week and 7.W0.O0O bd laat
John Inglls makes this statement on th
Canadian a heat crop; "I have not mad so
close and critical examination of Canadian
northwest as of the states, having covered
only 700 mile. I confined observations
more to the important sections where acre
age Is large. The crop will be a guod gen
eral average, but falls short both Tn quality
and quantity of last year's heavy yield.
Taking the liberal Increase In aoreage over
last yesr, final result will probably ex
ceeds last year's totals."
Local range ot options:
Articles ! Open. Hlgh.j Low.., Closs.j Tea-y
Wheat! I I I I
Sept... I 64AI 6PHAI 64T4AI 86HA1 6SUB
Dco....l 67HAI 67H) 7WAI 87tall . 87lA
Corn- I I I I 1 .
Sept... 4&A 4o'AB 4MiAl 46A1 46B
... 4UA 40 A I 3S4A 3A 40 A
A asksd. B bid. .
Omaha Cash Sales.
CORN No. 8. 1 car, 46 44c. '
Omaha t'aah Prices. ,
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 449 4 Vict 'No.
hard, 44 0 68c; No. 4 hard, 3 04o; No.
UOKN No. I. 46 B 46 Vac: No. 4. 4401
No. 3 yellow, 46Vsc; No. 8 white, 44 Ho.
oats No. 3 mixed. 30c; No. a White,
304 o.c; No. 4 white, 30a. ,(. -Ry
No. 2, OlVkc; No. 3. 60a.
t'arlot Recelpta '
Wheat. Corn. Oat.
Chicago 363 - 101 . 176
Kansas City ...141 84 4
Minneapolis Ill "...
Omaha 86 107 D.
Duluth 10 ..
St. Louis 108 108 43
CHICAGO GRAIN ' AMD , PROVISIOKt
Peatarea of the Tradlasr aad Closlasj
Prices oa Board of Trad.
CHICAOO. Aug. 11. A Private crop re
port which showed a decrease in th total
yield of wheat In th United Htatea as com
pared with official statistics was partly're
sponstbtf for moderats strength today In
,110 luuai wurai nmra.wi. . At l lie ciovo
wheat for September delivery was tip Ho.
Provisions were 6fi7va . htsher. to 12wa
Btrens-th In the wheat market develoDed
late in the day. During the first part of
the session, sentiment In the Pit wss bear-.
Ish, weak cables, clear weather and lower
prices at Minneapolis having a depressing
effect. A leading commission house .waa
the principal seller. For a time trading
was inclined to drug owing to Ikck of de-
mora active, cash houses belna- mill llS-i
eral purchasers. A joint report made by
two well known crop experts was an In-
nuenuai raotor in creating the firmer feel
lng. According to these authorities the
total yield of spring wheat In Minnesota
and the Dakota Is about 24,000,000 bushels
less than the amount estimated by govern
ment officials. Another facsor was con
stantly decreasing receipts at all primary
points, total arrivals for the week show
ing a gall off of 26 per cent compared with
the total movement of the preceding week.
The market oloaed firm witn prices. at th
highest point ot th day. September opened
kc to V.0 lower at 71V c to 71tao. sold off ta
71Sd,71Vo, and then advanced to 724c. The
ciose was ai itmjc clearances 01 wheat and
flour were equal to 613.280 bushels. Pri
mary receipts were 1,478.336 bushels', ' com
pared with 868,86a bushels for the corree-
miing time a year ago. Mlnneapoile,
uluth and Chlcaso reported receiota oi
483 oars saalnat M cars laat wmV- n4
3ti cars a year age.
ravoraoie weather ror the growing crop
caused an easier ton In th corn market
arly In th day. Offerings, however,
were not large: Active demand by com
mission houses resulted In a turner ton.
Th buying was dus to a large extent to
light stocks of contract corn In Chicago
and to a practical absence of acceptance
of bids sent out by cash houses. -The mar
ket closed firm. September opened un
changed to Vac lower at 4Vc to ttVio, sold
between 4e and 4UVio and closed at 4Vra.
Local receipts were 101 cars with 47 ot con-'
Oata were firm on buying by cash houses.
The strength today was largely aa after
math of the government report published
yesterday. September oponed unchanged
to Ho lower at auto ta Sin K..Z.
IWO30'4o and 1140 and closed at 314c, . Lo.
v, wiv a,e cars." -
Provisions were wesk because of a 10a
decline in th orios ot Uva k,, . 1-
dltlon th market was baarlahly . affected
ra aiiiimieriia or in manufac
tured product. At th close September
E?-! If J 'i.,1148' Ird wig down
KtiVAC at 33.(6. Rlha wara iiu, . .
8S.I7V,. " "
stlmated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
can : corn, lit nar n.,. ... ..!
hogs, 48.O00 head. ' ,
in leading future ranged as follow:-
Artlcle. Qpen. Hlgh. Low. Cloa Yea'y.
72SI . 72
14 88 f 14 88 I
13 77 13 t.Vi
8 71 H
i 87H I 00
Cash quotations were aa follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter oatanta. iiuoisi-
Stralahts. 33.aUua.40: anrlna- nutanta ...,.
-rLF MI M: bakers, 318e4ls5.
71371VC spiing, "O ic; no. 3 rod,
CORN No. 1 60Ue: Na 1 vallnar ' rifet
82UC. 1 T'-
OATS-No. 1 31Uc; No. I whlta, SUfftlo;
a win iv, eirusio.
bakui-uood feeding, 37038c; fair to
choice malting, Cfl4Se.
PROV18DJNS Hhort rlha aM.a L,..t
t8 603IO. Mess pork, per bbl, $1187W. Lard',
i'r' mm. mi. ouori clear siaes iboxea),
8s.37Hfi8 60. ..
Rrelpts snd shipment of flour and grain
ere aa follows:
r luur, DDia,,.
On ths Producs exrhangs today ths bunar
I 14 86 I 14 88
U 80 13 80
8 87W 87Vs
8 76 I 8 76
8 40 I 40
8 00 8 00
8 80 8 80
8 76 8 76
7 4241 T 42H
market waa steady; creameries, 17fltle;
dairies, lBllc. Eggs, stsaay: at mark
casee included, firsts, 1H': prim
flrsta lie; extra. Joe. Cheese, arm. U4
12iq. . . .
ni(- Birou(,e. a, sa'sa
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