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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEfBEIt ' 9, 190(1
fCRllJlSp PRODUCE MARKET
t Wbett Lowsr, Da to Fair Wttthtr and
RALLIES BUT LITTLE FROM EARLY BREAK
Rooolpts loereaalaa: la ftortkwest, bot
till Short of Last lir-Cora
Weak Early, oot Rallies
. I Toward Close.
i OMAHA, Sept. ft, ISO.
t , " ramaa uui mue i ram tue early
I break which followed on tin weathor
I tlirouah the sprihg wheat belt and Increas-
lug mmtmtni on both aide of the Una.
lVallinc at tha a tart looked like imuiu-
-ik. uj smau commission Doum noiaers,
,.l resting "orders for tha December aud
Xajr oheuaed the decline. Receipts tha
-eat week at Minneapolis and Dulutb tre
. ,'oiad toe previous period, but (ell WW cars
Short of tha CorresDnndlnar week last Tear.
Cable offerings were no better, in fact.
Liverpool aaya prices will drirt lower.
Corn was weak ike flrat half of tha ees
slon. but rallied somewhat toward tha
close. Tha decline In tha September re
flected a 1 cant break In tha cash market
and tha fast disappearing premiums. Coun
try acceptancea show eoma gain and re-
eelpta would undoubtedly be larger If It
ware not for difficulty in securing cars.
rfnary wheat receipt a were 713.UOO buah
s and shipments o;,000 buahela, against
Telpte last year of IS,0U0 bushels and
Blpmenta of 448,000 bushel. Corn receipts
vera 144,000 buahela and shipment! 7!,bO0
ushels, agalnot, receipts lsst year of 4H6.000
bushels snd shipments nf 08,000 bushels,
'leeranoes were ZM(X buahela wheat, Si.ViO
, barrels flour, 10,000 buahela corn and 2.800
Liverpool closed H9d lowsr on wheat
. and d lower on corn.
I ' Broom ha II estlmatea world's wheat ahlp
in ants for Mondsy at 8.000,000 bushels,
' A cash grain man of Minneapolis aays:
''So long aa tha weather keeps good In
tha northwest there will be a large move
ment of wheat. Wheat Is being ' threshed
from the shock In North Dakota and Can
ada and will have to move to market.
Farmers need money and will sell their
wheat, especially in the newly aettled dis
tricts. Farmer in other sections who owe
money on mortgages will alao sell. In
the Canadian northwest It Is necessary to
move wheat out also, owing to the difficulty
of transportation In the winter. But the
trade need rot exnOs- an Immense move
jnent of wheat In the Dakotas and Minne
sota, as there Is a large quantity of oats
and barley to market. At "the moment
there does not appear to be anything to
Induce buying for a good advance."
? -Local range of options i
i Articles.) Open, j Hlgh. Low. Close.! Yes'y
. CA 2A 62Va' 2VA
. 6.V4A 664A A 64A
. 69"A 6A tVA BVA
. 42V4A 42HA 41HA 41A
. 37SA HA 37HA 374A
. ' 7VA 7VA . K 37S
).'. (.....;.. ........ as b
. A asked. B bid.
f Omaha Cash Sales.
OATS No. 3 white, J car, 27 c; No. I
color, 1 car, 27yc; No. 4 white, 1 car.
Omaha Cash Prices.:
WHEAT -No. I hard, 683Vc; No. t
hard, JVa63o,: No, 4 hard, 60 620; No.
spring, 68c: No. 4 spring. (OH 062 no.
CORN No. , 42 42 Vic; No. I yellow,
"42fa4Ir: No. white. 44c.
V OATS No. 3 Mixed, 24 4, 27 He; No.
i wnne, zitvzc; No. 4 white. Z7?7Vic.
RYE No. !, 6tVie; No. 3. 60c.
I Carloi Receipts.
' ' ' Wheat. Corn. Oat".
Chlcsiro , 67 426 197
Omaha .. 43 v 78 43
.Juth ..i 204
Tt Louis . 44 7 U
' CHICAGO OR AIM AKD PROVISIONS
Feafore of the Trading; aad Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
' CHICAGO, Sept. . The price of wheat
on the local exchange continued on tha
downward course again today, making few
low records fni the season. At the close,
. December- wheat' wss- off' toe. Corn was
down c. -Usui were-. a shade lower. .and
provlrd.)na wer.e Mt'16c lower.
.' Sentiment m the wheat pit wit almost
exclusively dominated by the weather map
, of the -northwest..- which la atlll favorable
for .the , harvesting and threshing of the
hew crop of winter wheat. 'Cash houses
and pit - traders 'here "were offered : wheat
liberally. but; the demand was not equal to
the supply. and consequently the price of ell
deliveries made further declines. The
"principal buying was by shorts.. I J be rat re
ceipts -ofi aew . wheat at Minneapolis and
Duluth. were to .many traders, a fererun-
' ner of sHll greater receipts during the next
week and augmented the bearish sentiment
": on the local exchange. . The market was
neavy all day and closed almost at the low
est point of the aesalon. December opened
Hc to Vianc lower at 72c to 72toc sold
off to 71 and closed at 71V4l'c Clear
ances of wheat and flour were equal to 270,
!i00 bu. Primary recelpta were 717,000 bu.,
igalnst 113,000 bu. for the corresponding
' flay one year ago. - Whines polle, Duluth anil
t Chicago reported recelpta of lib cara, against
146 laat week and 6U0 a year ago. '
Becausi of the continuance of Ideal
, eat her far the corn crop the market
. tor the cereal was weak all day. Liberal
primary and local recelpta added to tha
' (epresalon. The market cloaed weak. De
cember opened WiWc lower at 41 to 42c.
. sold off to 41 S snd closed at Co. Local
receipts ' were 326 cara, with 334 ' cars of
' contract grade,
- - Trading In the oats pit was quiet and
the market was easier because of the weak-
1 neas of wheat and corn. Liberal primary
" receipts and small clearances aided the de
pression. December opened too lower at
. kltoc-- sold between too and SOo and
closed at 06o. Local receipts were
197 ears. The decline In the price of corn
oaueed eonalderable profit-taking In pro
visions and resulted In moderate declines
In all products. The market displayed more
' animation-than on any prevloua day rf
the week. At the close January pork was
off 16a at 313 60. Lard was off 6o at 37-77V4.
Ribs were 12V615o lower, st $7.06.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat
To oars; corn, 373 cars; eats. 386 ears; hogs.
The leading future ranged as follows!
.Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.) Yes'y.
! 4S H
T5!, 74 74
t(C l l6
t KW 3 62tol
I 42W ' 1 4n!
7 m i f bo
l 1 f a
37to ! 42'
k .Cash quotation ware aa follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter patents. $3 30i
146; straights, $1.003 26; spring pa tenia.
63 704J3.6O; atralgbta. .3u5.40; bakera, $2.30
VHEAT-No! I spring. 7S074toc: No. 3,
ftS'Tlc; No. 1 red, SfiHc.
CORN No. 3, 47to4.Hc; No. t yeUow, 43
OATS-No. t 30Hc; No. I whlU. tlfjSStoc;
No. 3 white. 2itoU2c.
RYE No. 3. tAe.
BARLKY Fair to choice malting, 439
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 8104to: No. 1 north
weatern, $1.09; prime timothy. $3.VA4.10;
clover, contract grades. $1236.
PROVISIONS Short riha. aides (loose),
$.66ii.S, Mess pork, per bbl., $14.70. Lard,
per 100 lbs, $666. Short clear sides
tboxedl $8 8713 09.
The receipts and shipments of flour and
rain were: . . Recelpta. Shlpmenis
Flour, bbls 19 500 4800
Wheat. -bm,- 81.000 112
Cora. bu. SM. 9 6SS.X)
Data, bu U4.tin0 .
Rye, bu. 3.nno 1 1'
Barley, bu 31400 2.800
On the Produce exchange today the. but
ter market waa steady; creameries. lvD
23toc; dairies. lTJotoc. Eggs, steady; at
mark, cases Included. 12toftii-; firsts, Utoc;
' prime flrsis, 30c; extras. 22 toe. Cheese,
Philadelphia Proa eve Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. l-BUTTER-Unchangrd:
extra western creamery, 14 to
.. newrby prima. Tie.
Ld'JS-.fltendy . good demand: eoerr
fi,. .s wtern fr- r -
Clitiaiii-FUui, demand. New Xork
fufl rresm choice, ISeeJISV; fair to
3EW lOftK OR1RRAL J ARKET
Qaatatloas ef the Day Varleas
NKW TORK, Sept. 3 rLOVR Re
ceipts, 12. 97 bbls.; exports. 13.467 bhls.;
msrxet quiet and bsrely steady; Minne
sola pstents, 34. 10O; 4.40; Minnesota bs It
ers. 13.406 3.30: winter pstents. 33.769
4 10; winter straights. 33. 60413. SO; winter
extrss. 313663.16: winter low grades,
$2.7612 3.29. Kye floor, flrm fair to good,
$3 26$ 76; choice to fancy, $3.3094.00.
CURNMKAL Barely steady; fine white
and yellow, 31.204J1.26; coarse, 31.10&
1.12; kiln dried, $2. 75432.36.
RTB Nominal: No. 2 western, 34e
c 1. f., New Tork.
BAR LET Steady; feeding. $3 6400 c. I.
f.. Buffalo; malting. 44J62c e, I. f Buf
falo. WHEAT Recelpta. 133.800 bu.; exports,
113,020 bu.; spot market easy; Not 3 red,
76 c, elevator; No. 2 red, 77 lie, t. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, 60 e, f . o.
b. afloat; No. 3 hard winter. 78 toe. f. o. b.
afloat. New low records were established
In wheat this morning, as the result of
larger northwest receipts, fair weather,
better cables and liquidation. Final prices
were Ho net lower. May. 83H82 ll-16c,
closed 82Se; September, 74 0 77too
closed 77e; December, 784 80 l-16o;
closed 7$ He. -
CORN Receipts, 2.160 bu.; exports,
I, 310 bu.'; spot market, steady; No. 2,
67 toe elevator and 66to.c t. o. b. afloat;
No. t yellow, 69 toe; No. 2 white, 40e.
Option market was fairly active and
weaker on perfect weather, easy cablee
and good recelpta. closing 4rSe net
lower; May, 48H4c closed 48 to; Sep
tember cloeed at 66c; December, 60to
61c, closed 60 He.
OATH Receipts. 79,600 bu.; exports,
2.726 bu.; spot market quiet; mixed oats,
26 to 82 pounds, 85Vc; natural white,
30 to 33 pounds, 36 to 9 37 toe; clipped
white, 38 tp 40 pounds, 88to4me.
HAY Quiet; shipping, 76c; good to
HOPS Steady; common to choice 1305,
16c; 1904, 134114c.
HIDES Steady; Oalvesto". 20 to 26
pounds, 20c; California, 21 to 25 pounds,
81c; Texas dry, 24 to 80 pounds, 19o.
LEATHER Steady; acid, 2427toc.
PROVISIONS Firm; family.
II. OO: mess, 38.509 00; beef hams, $21.00
22.60; packet, $9.00418.60. Cut meats,
steady; pickled bellies. $10.60612.0;
pound, 7'.12to7-74. .P te.:7fB"(m;
lly, $18.60 19.00; short clear, $17.00
.': ... 1 1 7 1 o sk
TALLOW Firm; city ($2 per Pkg.). 1Q
6toe; country (pkgs. free),
RtCE Firm; domestic, fair to extra,
8 to 9 4 Vie; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm. Street price: Extra
creamery. WtofiSc. Official prices: Cream
ery? common to extra, 18i&24c; state dairy,
common to fancy . 17fu 23c ; renovated, com
mon to extra, tffcflltoc: western factory,
common to firsts. 154fUtoc; western Imita
tion creamery extraa, 21c; weatern firsts.
ClIEESE-Steady; state fuH cream, large,
fair to fancy, 12to612Hc; small, fair to
EOG8 Firm; weatern firsts, 214X220 (offi
cial price western firsts. 27toc-
POULTRY Alive, nominally unchanged.
Dressed, stesdy; western chickens, 13loc;
turkeys, lialte; fowls, lOgHc.
t l.oals Oeaeral Market. ... 11
ST. LOCIS, Sept. 8. WHEAT Lower;
trsek, No. 2 red, cash, 6W71c; No. 2 hard,
6!72c; December, tV; May- "4tofi4toc
COBN Lower; trnelt. No. 3 cash, 4V9
6c; December, 39toc; May, 40c; No. 2
OAfs Weak; track No. 2 cash, 81c; De
cember. Sic: May. 81toc; No. 8 white, 82
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, $3.26
63 40; extra far.cy and straight. $2.86-33.26;
clear. 32.204J2.76. .
SEED Timothy, dull at $3.55QJ.70.
CORNMEAL-Steady at $2.).
BRAN Brisk; Backed, east track. 73
... . , . V. .. tlULUMIAA,
liAY steaay; umoin, ei.ouuf-i.w, h
IRON COTTON TIBS Sl.OOto-RAOaiNO-9
HEMP TWINE 7toc.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: Jobbing,
$13.20. Lard, lower; prime steam, $8.30.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxei extra shorts,
$9.12toc; clear ribs, $9.37to: short clear, $9.50.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra short, $9.7to;
clear ribs, $10.13to; short clears, $10.26.
POULTRY Dull; chickens. 10c; springs,
lltoc; turkeys, 14toc; ducks, 8c; geese, 6c.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 19c;
BOQS-Higher: 17o.-' , . ,
Flour, bbls .0n0 12.0no
Wheat, bu '. 4.0no M.O00
Corn, bu ...... 7 .000 70,000
Oats, bu ..88,000' ,92,000
Minneapolis drain Market1.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Sept. 8 FLOUR
First pajeyits, 34-0Ofr4.10; second patents,
$1.853.95; riret dears, $3.264j3.46; second
clears, $2. 4082.60.
BRAN In bulk, $13.00613.29.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, as reported by F. D. Day
4s Co., ll-in Board of Trade, was:
Articles.! Open. High. Low. Close.l Yes'y
pickled shoulders, nominal: pivn
12.0O4M2.60. Lard. steady; western
prime, $8.76418.80; refined, quiet; contl-
. a in- amith America. $10.00: Com
f 9to'J '
1 10 1 ("to
1 08 1 OS',
1 ( 1 l
1 07to 1 07
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 74c; new, 72c; No. 1 northern, 73c;
new Tie: to arrive. 70toc: No. 8 northern.
71toc; new, SOtoc; to arrive. 6c; No. 3, 6&toc;
new, eWMfic; no. 1 aurunr, oi'htji: 10
arrive. SOtoc; No. I durum, bSi4GS,c ; to ar
rive. 67toc. Corn: No. 3 yellow, 43toc; No.
2WJt;?ic. Barley: SZc. Rye: 6162ic.
Kaaaaa City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Bent. 8 WTTE AT Ren
te ruber, 62'ic; December, 64too; ossh, No. 3
hard, 84966c; no. I, ito4c; no. ,x red.
66toc: No. 3, 6ato6&c. '
CORN September, 41toc; December, 8"Hc;
cash. No. 3 mixed, 4.V-$4SVtc: No. 8, 2o;
No. 3 white, 4Sc; No. 3, 44toc
OATS No. 2 white. 2toi3lo; No. I mixed,
RYE Unchanged: 674Jr6c.
' HAY Strong; choice timothy, $11.3612.00;
Choice oralrle, $9.0fp 60. 1
EOO-too lower; extra fancy, 9toc; firsts,
canes Included, 18toe; seconds, lltoc.
BUTTEH Creamery, rsc; packing, tec.
Wheat, bu. .'.. 178.000 83.000
Corn. bu. 80 000 ,ono
Oats, bu T.OuO 11,000
Milwaukee Orala Market.
MILWAUKEH. Spt. I. WHEAT No. 1
northern. 74toSTotoc; No. 3 northern, 729
fStoe: December, 72fr72toe asked.
RYE-8teady; No. 1. 6to4S7c.
BARLKY-eteady; No. 3. 66856c; sample,
"cOR'N-I-ower; No. I cash, 47to4Rtoo; De
cember, 41 toe '
Liverpool Grata aad Prevlaleaa.
LIVERPOOL, Bept. $. WHEAT-Spot:
Market quiet; No. 3 red western winter,
as lod. Futures: Market quleU September,
6s Id : December, -s 3tod.
CORN Spot: Market firm; American
mixed,- new, 4a lod; American mixed, old.
4s lid. Futures: Market quiet: Decem
ber, 4s ttod; January, new, 4s lOd. .
PEORIA, Sept. . CORN Lower; No. I
yellow and No. I, 47 toe; No. 4, 4Atoc; no
OATS Steady; No. t white, SOUWflc; No.
t white. kvQtttoc; No. 4 white. 2Sviff30c.
RYE Steady; No. 2, 69c.
WHISKY-On the basis of 31.23.
Ilalath Grata Market.
DULUTH. Sept. 8 WHEAT On track.
No. 1 northern. Tltoc; No. t northern, 70c;
agar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Sept. S.-SUQAR-Raw.
steady; fair refining. 81j,c; centrifugal,
M teat, 4c; molasses sugar. 3toti:ie: re
fined, steady; No. 4. 4.3uc; No. T. 4 26c; No. 6.
4 c; No. 9. 4 16c; No. 10, 4.10c; No. 11, 4.06c;
No. 13. 4(c: No. 13. 36c: No. 14. 3.96c; con
fectioners' A. 4.76c; mould A, 6.25e: cut loaf,
6n0c; cruahed. 6 90c; powdered, 6.00c; granu
lated. 4"e: cubes, 6.16c.
MOLAHSES Steady; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, SutiMc.
NKW ORLEANS. Srpt. $. 8UOAR
Steady: open kettle centrifugal. nJ 7-loc;
centrifugal yellow. 34Sc: aeconda. 2to33c.
MOLAbSES Firm; syrup, 2641 30e.
NEW TORK. Sept. 8 -METALS The
metal msrkets ss usual on Saturday re
fleeted the abaenee of I-ondon cables and
were generally quiet and unchanged. Tin
waa quoted at H01Wi0 80. Lake eoppr
waa firm at $16.87tofrl6.00; elect royli.c.
Uli.'totj l 76; caating. 318 37tol 6ft. Le.l
an unchanged at $a.76nd 96: spelter at 34.0S
41 10. Irerw was Arm st recent trie-a
' ST. Iria. Sept S -MtTALa-Lead
.01 a; 36 sv. ltar. 16
SEWTORK STOCKS 1ND BOUDS
Frioct Adruoo . ActrtJgiTtl J - Dtepita the
Poer Baik Buumaat
DEFICIT OVER SIX MILLION DOLLARS
Me Saewe Ceatdeaee mt Ele
sseat la Ceatrol mt Market la
Prenapt Sapply of
NEW YORK, Sept. I. Prices moved up
aggressively today to a strong closing after
the publics tlon of the bank statement show
ing a deficit below the legal reserves of
$ii,o77,926. This wss acoepted as an -e-presnon
of unimpaired confidence on the
part of the powerful speculators who have
the present market In hand of the ade
quacy of available resources to replenish
the deficient supplies of money and to
maintain the pricee of stocka In the market.
It is pointed out ss Justifying this confi
dence that upwards of 310,tiuQ.ti00 and pos
sibly more than $16.0no,00o will be available
to the New York market on Monday when
the order for deposit of government funds
against gold engagements goes Into ef
fect, these figures representing the esti
mates of the amounts of gold already se
cured for Import. It Is sdded that the
beneficent attitude of the treasury authori
ties to safeguard the money market against
harmful stringency may be assumed and
that means for Insuring this will remain at
the command of the treasury. This will
include the amount advanced against the
gold Imports which will be returned to the
treasury upon ths receipt of the gold and
will be available for use In either measure
for later relief. The feeling of confidence
on this score was byino means universal,
however, the amount of the deficit In bank
reserves proving rather staggering as com
ing on the threshold of ths annusl flow
of currency to the Interior from New York.
Not since the financial depreaalon of 1S&
have the bsnk figures shown such a deficit
when clearing house certificates were is
sued In New York during July and August.
Foreign stock markets were disturbed
today by New York's heavy requisition for
gold and discounts advanced In London
and Berlin, the rate In London rising above
the bnnk's official rate and foreshadowing
an advance by that Institution.
The week's outgo of $l,4O8,10n ch from
the banka measures fully up to the known
movements of money corrects the dis
crepancy In last week's statement and
leaves several million dollar still to be
accounted for.- it Is probable that New
York trust companies have begun to with
draw cash from the New York banks to In
crease their cssh reserves In compliance
with the law which requires them to hold
4 per cent of deposits in cash on October
1, compared with the 3 per cent required
after July 1. The Increased obligation will
call for an addition of about 810.000.4X10 to
rash holdings of the trout companies.
The market closed strong near the top.
Total sales of bonds, par value. 3732,000.
Following was the range of prices on the
New York Stock exchange:
sals. Hiss. lew. Clou.
Anir. Car sn4 Foundry.. .
Amer. Cottooa Oil . .
Amrr. Hid Loathar pfd
Amor. I co Somrltloa
Amor.- Llttaeed OH
40.IOJ lltH 111 1I3VI
700 fS 4AU. "
1,I"0 ti llto
Amor. Smelting Renoing I, too U 1S1H
Amer. Sugar Raftnlng ..
600 1M1 IMS
. '- loo inovj loov,
. 4100 to m tn
tl,00 107 1 10744 1TS
Am. Tonarno pfd ctfa....
Anaconda Mlnlns Co
do pfd !..
Atlantle Coaat Una
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt..
100 tui ' 101 inou
4. M0 1104 1M
Ontral of Now Jraojr...
1 nosapeaKO a Ohio
t'hicago Oroat Weatern...
Chicago a- Northwesters.
. M. A St. Paul
Chicago Tons. A Trana..
C , C, C. A BU. Loola...
Colorado Fuel and Ins..
l.oos lt 111
7.900 1794 17l'4
.... .... rr
l,e 17 H
Colorado A Southarn.
da lat pfd ,.
do 2d pfd
Delaware Hudeoa. .......
Imi.,- Lack, a Wuin....'
Dearer A Rio Grande....
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Hocking Valley ,.
Inter. Pump ;
K. C- Southara.....'
Mcxk-an Cantrml .;
Minn. A St. Ula .....
M., St. P. A Sault St, at.
do pfd ...
Mlasourl Paris ............
Mlaaourl. Kaneaa A Taiaa.
do pfd ;
National Load :.s....
K. R. R. of afnlrs ptd ...
New York Central '.
N, T.. Out. a Weators
Norfolk A Waatarn
Pitta., C. C. A St. L
Preaa Stool Car
Pullman Palace Car.,,
do lat pfd .-
do Id pfd
Rock lalaad Co
St. L A S. P. M pfd
St. Louis Souttwestora....
do pfd ,.....
Tonnes coal and Iron....
Tia A Pacific
Tol . 81 L. Waatora..,.
I'. S. Kipreaa
V. S. RMt
V. B. Rubber
4 pfd ..
V. S. Steal
... .... .... im
, , 70
6o into ill ?ito
1,100 4S1S 4tt 34
,100 M N HH
10 11 1S 1 H
U. 4tto 4 4V
17 J to
.... ..... ,M
...i M .
100 ' n tis it
700 1H 147 Itlto
loO 71 7
100 1MV4 Ittto
1.300 1S 144 1U
iw tl t it
tW 11 tlto Mto
100 MUj !to Ml
100 l , i
6. too l4ito 1414 14to
100 to M SO
1. 000 14 u
ioi lit" 147"
77. K 144 141
4.100 14 to
loo into mu ih-a
l.tuO 17 17 17
ti.4oe m in it:
47 4? to
107 107 to
1.IU0 47 41 . alt
W.lla rargo gxpreas
Wsiro In Ion
Wheeling A Lak Eli....,
Northern PaalS .
Coaual LeoLber ,
do pfd , , .,
Oreta Nonaer pfd
Intorborough afstrsaolltaa. .
Total Bales for ta day,
1.10 107 J0 107
1.70 117 lt
1 lotto 1I 11
10 71 71
6.100 :m , 114
.wvw ev- ifl4
100 71 7
Undo t'loalus Rtaeka.
u.10' Btpt' "Rosins quoUUons on
tha Stork elrhunea
Cooaola, monrr u M., K. 4V T ...
no aceount M 1-14 N. y caatral....
Anaconda 14 Norfolk dt W
Atrhlaoo lllto do pfd
lto Ont. WhMri'.'.
Baltlmora A Ohio.... 114 Penaarlraaia
Canadian Fi'llt ....111 Rand Mine .
1 i Southern Bw
Chicago Ot. W.
m. aa st. r.
D. A R. Q
do tat pfd ,
ds Id pld
M I O ptd ....
llto'So. Pacific ..
44 t'aloa PacISc
I do ptd ....
4to V. S. Steal .
tl Id pfd
IM ! m pfd ....
Loula'lll A N.
filLVER-BaVi flrm; 3344 per ouitee.
eu v.. c ivm ir venu
The rate of discount in the open market
for ahort bills la $to?3H per cenT; for
three moetha bills. ihiZJ, per cent
CI earl a j ReaseAveraces.
NEW YORK. Sept. 8.-Th statement of
the clearing house banks for the week
shows that the banks hold 34.677.920 less
than ths legal reserve requirements. This
la a decree in cssh reserve of 38.447.3J6 as
compared with last wsek. The statement
Reeerve required ...
fcx-U. 8. deposits.?.
Esperts aad la pert. ,
NEW luu.i lept. L-Total exports cf
nterrl.. due and dry g,joda st the Ix-rt
ul IS a) tk fur LUa aesA eudiua luda'
were valued at $14.63.410. Total Imports
of specie at the port of New Tork for
the week ending today were $4fl,Cl sliver,
and $373,643 gold. Total exports of specie
from the port of New York for the week
ending todsy were $1,03,746 sliver and
HW York Meaey Market.
NEW TORK, Sept. 3. MONEY On
rail, nominal; time loans, dull and easier;
sixty and ninety days offered at per
cent; elx monthe, at 4 per cent.
PRIMS MERCANTILE PAPER 4VrT7 per
KTIRLTN KXCH ANOFi Irregular at
$4.34v&4 836 for demand and at $4.o&4 WtO
for sixty-day bills; posted rates, M-Slto'il
4.4to; commercial Mils. $4 79A,4.0.
SILVER Bar, Cetoc; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government and railroad,
Quotations on New York bonds today
were aa follows:
V. S. ret. t. rag.... 14 Japae . Id aerie.... IM
ties' tAfi fjafiea
..ire o to. "ia
..101 do Id nerle
..! da 4a. ofa "to
..lotto t. A N. anl. 4 1
. .ltto Manhat. e. gold 4.. lot
..134 Ur. Cntral 4.,.. 7
..111 d let Inc 1
.. T7to'Mron. A St. L 4.... M .
..llttoiM . K. A T. 4 11
..lftltol do ttlt IM.
.. MIN. R. R. of M. t. 4 U
V S. la. peg
V. S. old 4a, reg..
tl. S. sw 4a, reg.
Am. Tnbaces 4a...
Atchlaoa gen. 4...
ds d. 4
Atlantic C. U 4....
en. t. gen. .. vi
Bltlmor A Ohio 4. 12 N. 1 C. gen. t....!tto
No. Paris ta ..lost
Brk. R. T. rr. 4a.
Central of Oa. ta.
da lat Ine
do - Id trie
do Id In
Che. A O. 4 to..
C. A A. lto
C, B. A Q a. 4.
C. R. I. A P. 4.
do 1 7t
N. A W. coo. 4a. ...10
Or. S. L. rf. ta at
lPnn. . lto ..loi4
. It I Reading gan. 4 tV
.insto'dt. U A I. at. . ta.114
.77 8t. L. A 8. P. fg 4a. K
. N St. U S. W. t. 4.. 77
. 77 Seaboard A. U 4.,. M
OVA Hiv Pacific 4a Z
ccc. A St. U g. 4. .100 do let 4a, ctfa ... M
folo. In, ta. r. A. 74 Southern Rr ta Iir.
Toio. Mid. 4 74 Teiae A P. lata 111
Cole. A So. 4 1 T.. St. U A W. 4.. It
Cob ta tot jt'nlon Pacific 4 int
m n. o. t n .. s. steel Id ta
M! Wabaah lata
KM prior lira 4 100 d deb. B......
d gen. 4 H Weatern Md 4.
Hock. Valler 4to...-lt A L. R. 4a
Japan (a lDOto 'WIa Caatral 4.
Hoetoa Stocks and Bonde. .
BOSTON. Sept. 8 -Call loans. 641 per
cent; time losns, RRto per cent. Closing
quotations on stocks and bnnas were:
Atchlaoa adj. 4
Mm. Control 4a...
Boetou A A ,
Bomon A M,..,
.. Mto Bingham .....
.. 7b Cal. A Hecla..
..100 Copper Rang
..14 iDalr Wat ....
... It '
Boaton F.leralod ....IM
Pltchburg pfd lit
Man. Mining ...
Mont. Coal A C
Old Dominion ...
M. ('antral l
N- T., N. H. A H..lft
Pr Marquette ta
I n Ion PaclnV IU',
Am. Arg. Chai.,,, ry.
do pfd 7
Am. Pnu. Tub .... 14
Am. Sugar pfd ls
Am. Tel. A Tal 18
Am. Woolen tv
do pfd v.. .14
Horn. Iron A 8 , t
Rdlaoa Rlee. Ill in '
Maa. Klactrl i
da pfd ,. 7i
Maa. Oa 7?
United Fralt it
Oreen con. T. hi
V. S. Stl... ; M.
do pfd lot
United Copper . .
f. S. Mining ...
I', g. Oil
.inalga mated ...
lew York Mlnlaar Stocks.
NEW YORK, Sept. 8.-Closlng quotations
on mining stocks were:
Adma Coo....' t Little Chief 6
A tic 271 Ontarl 100
Breee lOphlr . 135
Brunawlck Con ;a Phoenix I
Conutock Tunnal 17U Sntoei li
Con. Cal. aad Va.... fto Savage K
nom iiTr its sierra Nroa i
Iron 8llrr too small Hop M
LoadTIU Con.., Igiaadard 104
OMAHA, Sept. 8. Bank clearings for to
day were: 31.SOO.691.80, and for the corre
sponding date last year $1 .45,632.37.
1906. - 1906.
Tuesday ll.Sfl.649W $l,7l4.ost.H
Wednesday I,ti6.119.00 1.869,802 64
Thursday ,. 1.612.9616 1, 416.701. t
Friday 1,673,181.26 1.279.723..0
Saturday 1,800,691.80' 1.426.02.37
, Increase over the, correapondlng date last
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKBT,
... 1 r . . . . .
Staple aad Fancy Prodaee.
EOG8 Per dos.. 19e.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. IHcferooaCers,
6c; turkeys, li'lac) ducks. i4tc, spring
chickens. 12fil3o per lb.
BUTTER Packing stock, Wltoc; choice
fancy- balry, 17 lc; creamery. 1U&Uo.
HAY Prices quoted by Om-lla Ked com.
pany: Choice upland, 69);.. medium, $.U0;
ccaree, 38.0cy8.6o. Kye straw, $7.00.
BRAN Per ton'. 816 50 " ' - .
7 - - VEOETABLES.
SWEET POTATOES Per bbl., $3.60.
TOMATO rib lioniv grown, per JeKt ef
20 lb..'26:6c. -
WAX BEANS Per market basket of
about 16 lbs., Sec.
TURNIPS, J1KETS AND CARROTB Pet
LRAF IJCTTTJCEHotbous. per flOA
CELERY Per dos., 26S40c
Cl'CUMBERii Home .iowo. per doa,
ONIONS-Honie grown. 2c per lb.; Span
ish, $1.76 per crste.
OREEN ONIONS Per dos. bunches. 16c.
RADISHES Per dog. bunches, loS-'Oc.
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. 81. b, .o. 4. 11.71
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 6toc
ORa-KN PEPPERS Per market takt.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per dos. bunches,
CABBAGE Home grown, per lb., IVtc
EGO PLANT Per dos., 76c
POTATOKS-Per bu., Boo.
ORA NOES Valencia, according to site,
l4.:6ou.eo. .4 .
LMON3-Umonlr extra fancy. 248
sis. 38. uy: 300 sue, $10; 360 slse, 310.60, other
brands. 31.00 less.
BANANAS i.'r medium-si teU buoclv
U 7bj2 .26: iumbos. 32 SOtM.Os.
DATES Per lb., 65toc.
PEACHES Colorado, 75c(r$1.16; Mis
sou 1, per t-baakal crbte. $I.Uu4jel.2a, Cali
fornia Elbrrtas, per bos, l.A.
PLUMS California, 31.60&L7E; Oregon
Italian prunes, $1Jd.
PEARS Bart let t, per box. $2 60.
GRAPES kiome growtt. per a-lb basket.
APPLES-Per bbl., 32.00tf2.60.
WATERMELONS Per lb., lfcntoc. or
about at-1 30c eaeh.
CANTbLOUPKia Colorado and Arlsona,
per crate tstandardi, $1. 762.00; ponies, $1.60;
Rockyford atandards, 33.60.
CUT BEa-F PRICKS.
No, 1 ribs, Uc; o. s t. uoi No. rlba.
(toe; No. 1 loin, letoc; No- s loin. 12too:
No. loin, sc: No. 1 cnuck, 6c, No. I
chuck, 4c; No. 8 chuck, 8c: No. 1 leuad. 6a:
No. 3 round, 7-:; No. I round, 6-tc: No. 1
plats, to: No. 3 plait. 2toc: No. 3 plate, Zq.
SUGAR Granulated cane, in sacks, $6.31;
granulated beet. In sacks, $6.10.
CHEESE sisrlsa. new. uc: WiMonsta
brick, U214t); Wisoonaln Umberger, lie;
twins, Uto4jl4c; young Americana, lttoe.
COirKka lioasted. No. as, u.tc y.-r lb.;
No. , 2utoc tr lb.; No. 26. Utoc Wt lb.; No
30, lttoc per b. ) No. , Uto per lb.
NU'iS Walnut, No. I, sort ahella, new
crop, per lb., 14e; hard ahelle, par lo..
12c Pecans, largs, per lb., Uc, small, per
lb., 12a. Chill walnuta, per lb., iuie.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., lie; hard
sheila, per lb., l&flltc Coooanuts, 64 00 per
tuck of luv. '
HONEY Per 24 framea. $3-60.
CANNED UOuUo--'orq. ataudaid west
ern, boowc: Maine, $116. Toiuatoet, 3-lb.
esns. 31.064il.40; 2-ib , litoctuW Oo. Plneap
plea, grat-d t-lb., $2.06422.30, allced. l.vy
1.30; gallon anplaa. fancy, $o.00; California
apricots, $1 TOd.OO; peara. $1 t2.60, peaches,
fancy, $1.76il40; H. C. pescnes, $2Uoo2v.
Alaska salmon, red. $1 36; fancy Chinook, f.,
$2 10: fancy aockeye. .. 81 So, e-raina,
oil, $110; muitard. $16f9l Sweet po
tato a, $1.11.26; sauerkraut, $100; pump
klna. tOcQU-OO; wax beans, t-lb., TVoswo;
lima beans. t-TD.. 76c4$1.86; spinach, $186;
rheap peas, 2-lb., 60c. xt:a, ujuc. tajcy.
CURED riSH-Famlls whlteflsh. per
quarter bbl.. 100 lbs.. 6400; Norway mack
erel, No. 2. $00; No. 2. $al00; No. 3. I JO. 00;
Irlah, No. 3. $14 00: herring. In bbla.. 200 I he.
each. Norway. 4k. 31100; Norway, 3k. 113.00;
Holland, mixed, $U.M; Holland herring, la
kegs, milkers. 80c: keg, mixed. Tne.
FISH Buffalo, large dreaeed, Sc; trout,
medium or Isrgs, dressed, lie; pike, dreeeed
He; halibut, fine stock. He; cattish, dressed,
16c; bullheada, dresaed and aklnned, lu;
white perch, dreaeed. Sc: craDUlea. larze.
12c; aunnah, pan else, 6c; white tiaee, extra
choice, no; pickerel, sc; salmon, Chinook
lie; white fish (frosen), 12c; mackerel
tepanisni ,ibc; nsttve, per nh, ltKot;
codflsh, frh frosen, 12c; flounders, freeh,
frosen, Uc: blueflsh, fresh frosen. It-;
haddock, freah frosen. 10c; red enapper,
dress), 12c: smelts. No. 1. per lb., 129;
lobster, (boiled 1. per lb., 40c; green, 87c;
eel, per lb, lsc; frog leg, per dos.. 3uc;
roe shad. $1 each; shad roe, pair, 4&c
HIDES AND TAI.!XW-Oreen aalted.
No. 1. UUc; No. 3, 12'c; bull hides, fculoc;
reen bides. No. 1. Uc; No. X loiac; horse,
audi 60; sheep pells. 60 04Le. Tallow.
No 1, 4c; No. 2. it
.w'OOi-Jw7 la.. ligaW
OF OMAHA, NEIl.
Statement Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, Scittcmbor 4, 1906.
Loani and .Discounts
U. S. Honds for Circulation
Stocks and Bonds
Hanking House and Safety Deposit Vaults. . .
U. S. Bonds for Deposits $ 41(),0X).00
Due from Approved Reserve
, Agents , 1,450,108.46
Due from other Banks l,641,f34.86
Cash on Hand 1,502,708.71
Due from U. S. Treasurer 30,000.00
Capital $ 1,000,000.00
Surplus Fund ' , 200,000.00
Undivided Profits 82,422.32
Circulation "... 600,000.00
Deposits .... .11,468,798.31
THIRTEENTH STREET BETWEEN FARNAM AND DOUGLAS
0M1H1 LIVESTOCK MARKET
Osttls Msriet Prsotioally Bare, u Usnsl
NO VERY IMPORTANT CHANGE IN HOGS
K Sheep or lrftcabs a Sale Today
For Week- Market Has Been
Coed aad Stroasj and v
ActlTe Krerr Dar
SOUTH OMAHA. Bept. 8. 19fl.
Cattle. Hogs, Bheep.
.. 8,603 3.863 14.337
.. 8.084 8,438 27,572
., 5.774 7.347 13, '1
.. 2,61 4,M0 4,471
.. 643 4.161 3,582
.. 86 6.313
Omclal Monday ....
Official Tueadar ...
Official Thursdav ...
Two weeks fo
Three -e-ka agt
rour weeKS aao
Same week last year..
The following tabia ahowa the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with laat
year: tsmi. iw. Inc.
Cattle 460.218 609,474 40.742
Hogs 1,,122 1.731.489 liS.un
Sheep 1.132.963 1.063,630 73,423
The following' will show the price paid
for the different kinds ol cattle on tte
S nth Omahe market: ..
Good to choice corn-fed steers 85 fO-"
Fair to good corn-fed steers 6.UXU6.60
Common to fair corn-fed steers.'... 4.6K.t6.w
Good to choice range steers 4 60i5.15
lr to good range aleera 4.UJ4H.W
Common to fair range st-ers S.OOyi.W
Good grans cows and heifers 2.o083 W
Fair to good cowa and heifers.... 3. 402.80
Common to fair cows and heifers.. 1.602.W
Good to choice Blockers A feeders. 4.0W4.6O
Fair to good stockers and feeders.. 8.5VrM.OO
Common to fair stockers.....:...... .I.7M3.26
Bulls, , stags, eto 2.603 75
Veil calves 4.006.76
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons: -
Date. 1908. 1906 11904. ',1303. U08. 1901. 1900.
8 901 KJ 321 7 27 4 001 8 02
6 70 t 881 I 32) ( 33 7 18 4 63! 8 03
(-64 - 1 7711 27 7 SB 111 i 08
6 77 6 721 I 18 6 33 4 1316 04
6 MS 6 62 ' 6 13! 22 7 32 I IW
I 6 -471 8 27! S 21 1 42 I HI
8 86i 6i3I63O73607S0
6 7Si 6 46! 1 6 421 7 331 4 15 6 07
6 67 I 6 431 t 261 5 441 7 40i 6 26 ". 08
6 76UI 8 37 6 2RI I t 451 33 t 05
I 88 I 6 881 S 321 6 43 I 4 30 6 08
....... I 6 36, 6 30 5 51 i 7 4 511
RANGE c PRICES.
Omaha 1 .' 31.767i( $4.rXy&6.10
Chicago 1.2f,a.80 6 35fa.57V
Kansas City 2 0OB6.50 6 OTVBH 36
Bt. Ivillle SrtfKitifcl) 6 FKVn 411 ,
Sioux City Y50jM).00 6.60I8M.00
Frank. Harrington. N. Y.-Q S
ina omciai numuer or cars or stock
brought In today hy each road was:
Puttie H.n Shun T-l'.o.
C. M. it 8t. V. Ry 4 .!
waoasn z ..
Mo. Pacific Ry 1 3
I'nlon Pacific .....v..-.. 1 .. 4
C. ft N. V., eRSt 8
C. A N. V.. west.... .. 26 .. 4
C. St. P., M. ft 0... ., 4
C... R. ft O. eant.'.... .. 4 1
C. B. ft Q . west 7 2
c, K. I. f., east.. .. 7 ..
C. R. 1. ft P.. west.. ..' .. .. - 1
f 1 1 1 rti.i a rentral 9
Chi. Great Western.. .. 7 .'. V.
Total receipts . 3 . 87 . .. 13
The disposition of the day's recelpta was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated;
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 2W!
Bwlft and Company.;.... 1 1.2V4
Cudahy Packing Co 27 1.234
Klngon ft Co...: i. 17 .....
Armour ft Company
Lelghtnn ft Co 1M
Bt. Louis Beef Co 160
Other Buyers 12
Total ."0 6.174 TT!7
CATTUID There -were do cattle of any
Importance reported In the yarda thle morn
ing and aa yesterday's supply was cleaned
up before the marVet closed there was
practically nothing In flrat hands with
which to make a maraet. The receipts
this week, aa will be noted from the
figures at head of column, have been con
siderably larger than laat week, but not
materially different from the record of a
year ago. While the big bulk of the ar
rivals has been made up of range cattle,
there has also been qul'.e a aprlnkllng of
corn feda. A feature of the week re
ceipts haa been the large run of range
cowa and heifers. .
The market on strictly choice beef steers,
both corn feds and rangers, has been Very
good sll the week and prices have shown
no material change. Ca'itle belonging to
big strings that have beitn coming during
the week have sold practically In the same
notches, every day. Among the arrivals
have been some right good killers, aa high
aa 36.10, being paid for rangers while the
top on corn feds was 36.40, ths highest price
stnee last November. Medium to common
kinds of rattle, owing to the large aupply,
have had a lower tendency and are any
where from 16ft26c lower than a week ago.
Corn fed rattle of the kind that have been
selling from 36 60 down r all lower.
This haa been the biggest week of the
season as regarde recelpta of range cows
and helfera. Over 100 cars of cattla of
that description have been on sale on some
days. I'nder the Influence of such sn s
ceptlonally large run prices declined very
rapidly and at the cloae of the week the
market on an average lis fully 26c lower,
and In spot as murh an 40c lower. The
teneral market might be described aa bite
iwer than it was two weeks ago. As
might be expected with price tending
downwsrd so rapidly Sndl the recelpta so
large, the trade on moat days was slow
and very much Inclined to dullneas, mak
ing it hard work for aaletmen.
The supply of feeders has been very
targe during the whole week, a eonalderable
proportion of the range ateers received
being too thin for beef. A the same tlm
there .were hsrdly enough strictly cJtolce
weighty dehorned feeders to fill require
ments of the market, with the result that
cattla of that description have been
fully ateady all the week, selling
anywhere from 84 .40 up to 84 60 for
the best. On the oiher hand light
cattle, unless It might be something ex
ceptionally gnnd. haa a lower tendency and
are at leaat lMi2f lower than last week.
Common snd unattractive kind of feedera
have had the same experience, being gen
erally neglected.' the country seeming to
want only the good kinds. Seme say that
di v paeturea are responsible for the limited
(Wmaud , for stock catus al uie i-eui
. .$ G,nno,o87.7;j
time, others that farmers are waltlne; until
raiue vnn m iiirna into me t-m n imue.
but whatever may be the cause the fact re
mains thst the country Is buying; very
svartnirly nf stock cattle:
HOJ8 No creat chansre took place In
the hoa" market this mornlna;. prices belne;
very iiiut-ii luv eeiiuv ein iiii'.b wiuvjii .
vailed yesterday. Possibly there may have
been a little Strength at some points and It i
would .be safe to quote the aenjeral market )
as steady to strong. There was a tendency
to bunch sales a little more closely and
ehlDDers will note that the ranee between '
heavy and lltyht la considerably narrower
than It waa a short time ro. Heavy
hoas today sold largely at 35.8u&.0., with
11 a tit hoas coins; largely at 86.G01ffi.10 and
mixed hoas at tfi.Ki'o.wO. The market was 1
fairly active at the prevailing prices and
and an early clearance was effected, f
Practically everything was sold by 10
o clock In the morning.
Ah will be noted from the table recelots
at head cf column the arrivals this week r
have been compsratlvely light, showing a I
considerable falling off ae compared with I
the week before and atlll about the same '
as a year ago. The week started out with
a steady market, but values declined
rapidly during the two days following, so
that the hoga on Wednesday sold On an
average a big lHo lower than on Monday.
On Thursday and Friday there was a
sharp upturn In values so that at the cmee
of the week the market Is 6c higher than
It waa one week ago. The strength de
veloped In the market during the last half
nf the week appears to have remitted from
a heavy falling off In recelpta at alt market
A. S. 7r.
... 8 i
40 4 te
to t to
... 4 to
40 4 tiv,
110 4 M
... I M
... I M
... 4 N
.ttt 0 I 70
.If It i 77 t
.211 4 4 77
I'O K lf
.lit ... 4 ta
.Ml ... 8 to
.175 M t 0
10 ( I
4 t tO
40 4 M
... i SO
140 I to
4 3 to
40 4 so
... 4 to
... 4 to
... I to
... 4 M
40 I M
tO 4 IS .
... 4 It
... 3 11
160 I It -
U0 4 II
... t It "
144 ... 8 tt
.144 4 8 N
.161 10 I N
.24 110 IN,
.211 ... 4 tt
It IS IN '
.141 II 4 fr
It t 00
... I o
4 t 0 -
... 4 00
... 4 0
1st I o
It t It
It 4 01
10 I 10
4 t 1
It I 1
I 1.1 tl
I tt. 71
I II II
M 161 M I II 71
7 177. 40 I M
6 151 ... 4 It 71
i 21 IM i It 10
tt 17 H IN . II
164 M I I7U
1... too 10 4 St 1 4t to 4 st
SHEEP There were no fresh receipts of
sheep today, the market being practically
bare as usual on a Saturday. The re
ceipts thla week have been very large, the
total amounting to slightly over 7,i head
as against 48,44 last week and H.M bead
a year ago. On Tueaday the receipts
footed up 27,572. which waa larger by sev
eral thousand head than any other market.
In tmlte of the very large receipts the
market at this point has been In exceed
ingly aood condition. Kvin nn Tnemlav.
wlitn th ereceipts were so large, practically '
every in ing was sold be Tore the close, witn
prices generally strong. In fact It haa been
a good, strong msrket every dsy of the
week. As a matter of course there have
. been weuk spots, but there have also been
stronger spots aud at the close of the week
' sheep are fully ateady with a week agu
ana good iHirrus generally a little higher. i
feeders have been very active buyers '
throughout the week and while the bulK of
i the receipts has been made up of that kind
oi stun, mere have tx-un nuyers enougn
to take everything coming and more. too.
Feeder buyers have learned by experience
that they csn secure the best feeding sheep
snd lambs at this point, while by going to
eastern markets they are very apt to secure
only what 'has been rejected at weatern
points and they are coining here in larger
numbers every yeara. It was a noteworthy
fact that thla week the .very largest feed. .
era In the whole country were in altendance
on thla market. With buying support of
this kind It Is not surprising that the
market has been strong and active all the
week In tbe face of extremely large re
ceipts. In apit of ths fact that packers seem to
feel that prices are high they have bought
everything coming, with sheep, as noted
above, fully ateady for the week. No
choice lambs have arrived during the week.
The beat seen her came In yesterday and
brought 17.40. The lambs coming to this
ftolnt'have been too light and the feeling
s that a right good bunch of, lambs weigh
ing sixty-eight pounds or upward would
sell readily at I7.80 or above.
Uuntatlona on killers: Good to choice
lambs, 34.76; fair to good lambs, 37.0Q&7.DO:
good to choice yearlings, . 35.6o6.76; good
to choice wethers. 36.164i4.60; -fair to good
wethers. 85.eoa.16; good to choice ewes,
M.754j a: fair to good ewes, i.Uf.16.
Quotations on feeders: Lamb, 8o.ior86;
fyearllnga, 85.263.W; wethers, ,4S.lr,
(.wee, t.i.org-1. iu.
Kaaaaa City I-lve Stock Market
KANSAS CITT. Mo., Sept. 8.-CATTI.K--Recelpts
100. head. Including 60- southerns;
msrket, steady : choice export nd dressed
beef steers. S.7Mi.M: fslr to Aood. 34.W&
6.40; western fed steers. 3.6(Vtr6.2S; stocker
and feeders. 32.50ijj4.6O; southern steers.
82.76eJ3.8S; southern rows. 3!1.TM3: native
cowa. 2.u0i63.76; native helfera. $2 7rd'4.S5;
bulla. 82.0yj3.25: calvea. 32 50 86; receipts
for th week. 61.600 head,
HOGS Recelpta. 2.000 head; market,
ateady to 6c lower; top. 86 82; bulk of
Bales.. 6.16a; heavy. KOfWHUR: packers.
e4.1Vi4.2u; plga and and llgbta. 36.(l0j.32Sfc;
receipt for the week, S8.3'0 head.
SHFJEP AND LAM B8 Receipts, none;
market nominally ateady; lamb. 36 0oi.4S;
native sheep and yearlings. 4.762r6.60; west
ern clipped yearlings. $V00j5.76; western
clipped sheep. 34.2rVg6.36: stockers snd feed
ers. U 6u 6: receipts for the week, 13.600
St. Ials Uva Stock Market.
ST. lriS. Mo., Sept. 8 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 600 head. Including 276 Texana; mar
ket ateady: native shipping and export
steers, M.hn160; dressed beef and butcher
steers, I4.7MJ4.S; steers under l.( pound.
83 604)4 0: stockers snd feeders. It 0iJ-4.t..;
cowl and helfera, 82.40; rsnnere. $1.3Vijll6;
bulla. 3100 40; ralve. 84 0j.e0; ' Texss
snd Indian steers, 33 3643 10, cow and
heifers. 32 0064 60.
HOGS Receipts. 1.300 head; msrket
tesdv; plga and llghte. 3i.5fiY 30; packer.
Si686: butchers and beat heavy, 34.X
BHK.EP AND IAMRS-Recelpts, 800 head:
market ateady: native muttona, 3.10lfi4ffl;
lamba, 33 f3.oO: culls and bucka, tM OOff
3.76; stockers, U 0034 60.
St. Jeseak l.lve Sioek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Sept. i.-CAT-TLE
Rcelp4. 173 head: market steady;
raailvea. ,4rfU5;, raws and heifers,
tl.MitJ 4 0; stockrs snd feeders. 33.26-4.40.
UOUo-Recslis, X.72 fcsad; market sc
THE Bank's deposits repre
sent active live accounts. A
record of over 40 years of suc
cessful commercial banking.
Depository for the United
States, State of Nebraska,
County of Douglas and Cjty ,6f
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
,T. II. MILLARD, President
JVM.' WALLACE, Vice Pre.
C. F. McGREW, Vice Pres.' '
W. H. BUCHOLZ, Cashier.
FRANK BOYD, Asst. Cashier
W. M. BURQESS . , 1
GUY C. BARTON .
I. W. CARPENTER
A. J. SIMPSON :
U. H. BROWN , ;
' " 1 ,t. E. TiAUaVr !
BAre.ll Ufclimii tAititn, xiv en
mm - - 0m
PtEAli ESTATE TR ANSKEBi.
Winter Byles to Hugh McCaffery,
- lots 6 to 12, block 2, . Windsor Tr-
' race .......$
Elisabeth H. Bhelton to Winter Bylea,
same ... ,
William Colfas to Walter I,. Selby,
lot 4. bloc 4, W. L. Sol by' 1V
Hastings ft Jieyden to Eva . Cnsjn- .
Iera. Iota.4 and 6. block 8, Hillsdale.'
George A. Weldon to Ida M. Weldon;
lot 4. block 12. Patrick's 2d
Charlotte A. Cochran and husband to
Kittle C. Avery, lots la to 20, Nock
1. Portland Place ...i,...v.. .
Lewis 8. Reed et al., to Lorl M.
Payne, lot 1, Buena Vheta Place
L?wla 8. Heed and wife te several
owners of lots 1. 6, 6, 7 and part
swa ne4 sec. 24-16-13
HusTh McCaffrey et al.. to Km ma Pat
terson Bates, lot 1, diock a, w ina
Lorl M. Payne et al., lo Emma Pat
terson Bates, part lot 1, Buena.
Vista Place i ...u,...
Winona Havings bank to LI isle Shaw,
lot 1. block K. Saunders ft Hlme
W, Farnam Smith & Go.
W offer subject to
UNION 6TOCK YARDS STOCK.
1320 Farnam St., Tel. Dowlas 1 403
F D. Day Q Co.
Stocks. Grain. Provisions
Ship Tear Orala to Ce. -
Chletso ssl Mlaaeapolls Delivery .
- One-elgbth oommtaalon on Grain, ' on,
quarter on. 6t"ka. Prompt and careful
attention glvi . outside accouAts. Writs
xlO-lil 1 rd of Trad Bldf-a
for our dally Market Letter, mailed frte.
Loaaj. Dlataae 'Ffcoaa. PooaTla 3814,
lower; light. .10g.i6; medium and ieavy,
BHtEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.641
hesd; market steady to strong; lambs,
17.46; wethers, 3560; ewes, 36,24. , -
Kew York Live Stock Marker. "
NKW TORK ' Sept, 8. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 383 head; no trade of trnportanre;
feeling steady; exports, 1.0 beeves and s.700
quarters of beef.
CALVKS Receipts, 137 head; very, little
doing; market steady; dressed calves In
limited supply and full steady; -city dressed
vesls, MflMnC per pound; country dressed,
HOGS Receipts. 1.8M head; all for
slaughterers; market nominally steady.
811 BEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. 8,833;
market firm to - higher; sheep, 33.6006 60;
lambs. t7.36.26; no really prims, here;
Canada lambs, 8.37V.
fhleaaro l.lve Stock Market.
CHICAGO. Sept. CATTLB-Rereipts,
800 head; market steady; beeves, 33.76 4
6.80: cows and heifers, 11.26 6,20; calves, 4
3S.6O8.00; stockers and feeders', 32.250
HOGS Receipts, 10.000 head; estimated
for Monday, 86,000 head; market steady;
mixed. 36 8621.66; good choice, heavy,
36.4696.67V; rough, 5.3&6 70; light.
$4.10W6.67V; pigs. 34.600 4.46; bulk, of
ssles, IB.90&6 86.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.000
head; market steady; sheep, 4.6 It I 40;
yearlings, 85.604.35; lambs,. $4,609
v w " ' i
1 Sioax City Live Stbek Market.
SIOl'X CITY, Bept. S.fSpeclaJ Telegram.
CATTLE Receipt 160 head: market
steady; beevee. 34.0Otr8.OO; cowa and heifers.
82 6fi4.30; atockers and feeders,' 33 004343;
calves snd yearllnga. 326oa60.
HOOS Receipts, 3 300 head; tnarttet
stesdy; selling at $5.fl4.0O; bulk ef mU
Sleek lat Sight.
Receipts of live stork at ths six principal
western msraeis yesteraay:
Cattle." If rfe Sheep.
Bioux City ..
Si. Joseph ..
St. Iula ...
172B . tiii
1.200 ' K
800 - 10,000
' Baatoai Cojtper Market,
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by Logan ft Bryan, 2' Board
of Trade building, Omaha:
A4ratr '..t. ........ I stlealsaa .- M
AIIoum ...........i. 1614 Mobas-k i
fttlantle 11 NreaA raollat4. 14
Rlishara II North Butt ......... Si
Blark Mountain IS4 Oil Donlaloa ....... 41
ttoelon realltU 10Hla HI
Bull Coalition .... v U pna. Serelr - II
Calamet Arlao..lti, Pneu. Nnln,' fit..: II
ralamet Si Maela IM Quia S
Centennial Ut Skaaeoa 114
Ceptr Sns -..
iwiir wm ......
Creen Cesser ...
Viaaaactn tt ....
144 Tiiultr 1
i t nit4 rmi ,.. ioi
fll'ntie ftai,. com,. Y4
Skl'pM tut. ... 4i
II l uh rneU4Uv. .. "i
141'ub Copr ; i st
: NEW TORK, Sept. 8. COTTON4"pt
closed quiet; middling uplands, 8.S0e; nittt
dllng gulf. 10.06c; Mies, 30 bale. -'
UVERBOOL, tV-pt. 8 trf TON Vot.
quiet: prioee 8 Joints higher Amerlfut
middling fair, I8M; good mlddMhg. 4-iil;
tiMilllne- taAH' Inw nilddlltier 6 (Hrf mxmrut
ordinary, 6.04d; ordinary, 4.a0d. The sale 1
of the day were 6.0U0 bales, of which tuo 1
were tor speouistion ana export, ana in
cluded 300 American. Receipts, I.OUe bales.
Including 4.5uO American.
BT. LOI'18. Mo.. Sept. l-COTTON
Quitf middling. fc; receipts. 60 bavlesi
ahlpments. 17 bafea: atock, 12.473 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. . Sr)TTON
Bpot market cloeed steady; sale. I.tia)
HUT, , IU. Ul IIJI1.I 1 W llUllllieM, V U I-
nary, 6ta'. nominal; good ordinary. 1 11-lSc; JF
low miaauns, p-v , iituniiiiK. mci voeej i
middling. rSc; middling fair, H4e, rwnrihuUi
fair, likC nominal; receipt, 3.1! bale; i
stock, IN 1 40 usje. ....
Toledo Seed Market.'
TOLEDO, Sept, t -BruOS-Oa-rer. rrtl,1
No. t rye. UVtc; Deoemb.r tlsrf LM1H
uisiks. r.so. .
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