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CHAMPS DROP FIN A? GAME
I Tatreit Takt a Tall Out of fii at tha
N , . Witdap of the Season.
kllUAM; HOIDS lHd WH)U SOX SAFC
1tr Hlttlsi M eve th Feature
, ; . of tM Catt 4 Ice-eland ... .
Heat XI. I.oala'
CHICAGO, Oct.' 7.Dtroir victory
er Chicago, to 1, brought the Ameri-
in league season to a close here today.
Felne was hatted freely at opportune
limaa by the "Vlaltor, while KUIlan of
fetrOlt pitched In -Ana form. Both Imim
folded well. Schfteffer's bsse ruBnlng and
Mflntyre's hitting were features.
B.H O A K. no At
V.-intirra, : If. i 4 I ( Hib. rf
VLeerr. a.. I 9 1 A c ,'nn'i, if.,
. 4 1
. 2 9 t I
'osh. e..... I I 4 I.I1. Jb.... I 4 I I
J,ln..r, k.. 4 it l Hnhe. o 4
9-her, iV I I I II pnn-stie. Ih. I I I
milhlln. lb. I I : 1 l Tmihrty. It I I I
rr. r 4 I n i Sulllran, e... 4 1 7 0 1
Klllla. a..., 4 11 ntmrtno, .. 4 I 4 1
Flen. a t I 1 V
. 11 IT 14 I O' Nell. M... t
T...il xt I it 14 I I
letroit ........01 1 ; 0 '.' 0 0 0
hlcago ...:,.0 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 t
Ift on baaea: Chicago, -7; Detroit. 11.
n,,L' V. V..;i.. V, J.; .i
u. ""Z". , "i' ,7.- , h
lehell 4 PimxA kali- Ine J'l'rul 1M !
on balls: Off KUIlan. a": off Felne, 4. I
Wild nltclia- i;i tnhol- rllt bv
1-IiaA Kti. i Tin, I IS t'rr. I
nlre: o?-.'uhltn " ' I
flevelaad M In. Batfe.t
ST. LOtriB. Mo.. Oct 7. Cleveland won
from the- home team today. I to I. II I
waa a great batting game wttn me vie- i
Ilora bunrhlng their hits and winning 1
out. score: I
CLtVELAXB T. Ltt l
a H O A.B - B.H O A
rtirrii. u ... 4 i i o mim, rf i I i
Sinvill. lh... 4
T timer, m I
Buftinw. lb. . 4
'nn Itnn. rf 4
Hlrl,, Ib .... I
RnM -n. cf . 4
' ittke r I
Iirbkr9t, . 4
4 H JntlM. lh I I
ft Sinn. If.... 4 1
I) 0 H'mphlll. rf. 4 1
0 t W'at'aAt. m. . 4 1
4 ffi Blei. b . 4
I Kwk. f)H. Ib I
4 itfpenrar, c.... 4 ;
01 emUI. p I 1
Knehr .... 1 I
IT II If II OTonnor ..t I
Tnttle M 19 !
Batted for Rockenfeld in ninth.
Ratted for Hmith In ninth.
03 200000 27
10 10 0 1 0 0 03
Congalton. Clarke. Wal-
Ttvrea-baea hit. Rtona.
.lonea. Stovall. Double
tt. UouU . . .-.
lara, Caffyn. .
Play: Wallace to Rockenfeld to Jon.
Ktolen base: - Ptone. Flrs'..haae on balls:
Off 8mith.. 3 struck out: By Smith, 3:
by Ixlehhardt, . Time: 1:50. I'mplre
ataadtast (he Team.
Won. Lost. 1 Pet.
M M .91
90 91 .5!7
' Sfi 94 ..i2
7 97 5
. 79 7.1 -.510
, 71 . 78 .477
95 . .397
49 lift -HIT
New York .
Season is end'e'd.'
r.AMF I. THO y.4T10S4li l.KAtitP.1
v Chleaao' and St. I.onl pUr Tie on
. the Wladas
. Sfc 'LOL'IS. Mo Oct. 7.--Chloag i and
St. I-oul played a tie gm- today, 3 to 3.
It was tea ed after tht eleventh inning
cn account o-f darkne. Score:
B.H O A .
B.H O. A.B.
. Bunh. , f. .,
Murmy. rf .
4 119 Hoffmas, cf.. I 1 1 1
I 1 I. C ttheckara, U. 1 1
4 1 SrhUltt, rf.. 1119
1 trhasot. lh... I 1 14
Sirlpfoldv 3b I I I 1
9 Tlnktr, .... 4 111
3 Kr. 2b.... I 9
I 4 Maran. c 1 t I
9 .t Overall, p.... 1,1 9 I
. I kl4
i 1. 1
Zuntrai'B, kk 4 I "
Norman, c... 4 9 I
MrUllpn, p.,. 4 0 1
Tottta 11 1 n n' r' rr ...r.4010 ltl 1
Ht.. Louis. .0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 D 0 3
Chicago ...(I 0 0 l Q 0 1 2 0 0 0 3
ttarneil runs:. St. Louis, 1; Chicago, 1.
Three-baae lilt: fiheckard. Uacrllica hits:
Hoktetter, Rurcli, Htelnfeldt, eheckard.
liouhle plays: Hoffman to Chance; Tinker
to Chance. Passed balls: Noonan, Moran.
Stoler baAen: Chance (t). Rennet First
base 011 balls: 4 iff McGHnn, 1: off Ovcrr.ll,
3. Htim-k out: By McOlinn. 7; by Overall,
t. 1eft on bases: Ht. Louis, ; Chicago,
. T,Mme: 2:2f. Umpire: Carpenter.
.. Plttshora; Wla's riaal (Same.
CINCINNATI. O.. Ott. 7. Pittsburg won
tha fins game of tha season from Cin
cinnati today through superior hitting.
The garas waa. alow and featureless and
there was a decided feeling of relief when
the last man was retired. Score:
B.H. O A E B H O.A.C.
Caal, rf. I I 1 1. Hntslaa. lb. 1 1 4
umont. ill I I tJiiile. rf I
Malar, If,.... I 1 esmoot, rf.... 4 119
Lwcli, Mt.! I I i bubarl, lb.. .4 1 ,2 1 1
Naalon. lb .. t I I e.Moaray, aa, 4 114 9
Sheatian, a . 1 1 1 Vhlal, r 4 tilt
BlUbar, lb., i 4 4 tOaaJ. lb 1 1 14 1 1
Falta. c I 111 tliMt. If I 1 I 4
Ltever. a.... 4 1 9 1 Ewlck. p I t 1 4
. TeUla U 14 IT 11 f
Totals M 4 17 II
2 0 1 2 O-a-5
Pittsburg ....... 0 0
Cincinnati . 001 0 0 0 0 0 12
Two-base lilts: Mowrey. Meter, Nealon
. Pelts. Three-base hit: Uaniey. Sacriflca
hits: Jude. Nealon, Mheehan, Pefls. Stolen
bases: Deal. Leach. Hlruck out: Hy
tealck, 2; by. Leevar, I. First base on
balls: Off Lecver, 2. Hit by pitched ball:
uy ieevxr, 1. Time: z:uo. umpire
. O'Day. - . 1
siaaaias ei lh Teams,
i-iayea. won. aost
New York .....
Ht. Louis ......
. . bst . ;t
.. 153 71
.. 15. tM
. . 151 1-4
.. 150 52
. lil .
Season. Is ended.
KHU Of THE B4.SK BALL KA9U
Xer Reevrtl Made hy Balk Poaaaata
t'aialaa; t Chlcac.
CHICAGO. O l. 7. The bans ball season
of both major leagues for liaj ended today
wltb gamei at t hlcago, t. Louis and tin
elnnatl. For the flrst time since the two
' n leagues have been organised both
cbaaaplaMutAJpa have come 011 one city
Tha Chioago National league team- won
Itrti honors, in thai organisation easily.
Taking tha lead early In June and holding
H 10 tne ana, 11 eatabiisned a new major
league record for the number of games
won. Of tha 153 games played by t la
teem. 119 were victories, the previous best
.. recent In this respect having been held
- bv 10 btw York I'Jut) in the saint league
in me American league ine micego team
pawi 34t latvuiaiiuni ujr winning ine pen
nant- Tha contest waa nut decided until
t Wek, the New York - team being
wlintn singing aistance 01 tne leaders un
til October t, when a six tnmna defeat by
Philadelphia put them out of the running.
All equally hard struggle fur second
plaoe was not decided until two days
later, when Chicago defeMted Cleveland and
took away the Ohio club's last chance "
. -overhaul New York. The fourth and llfth
teem. Philadelphia and St. Louis, wera
within hailing distance throughout tha aea-
son. Philadelphia In art leading the league
on three separste pcvaeloiir. the laat time
n later thaa August .. Washington and
(loston aroppea oenma in tne race early
and were tall-ender throughout.
In th National league, outside of ("hi
es go' work, th chief feature of the sea-
un wae ii'" """iii iur eecunq piaoe
tietweeu New York and Pittsburg. This
lasted untile th lirst - week In September,
when the latter team fell back. The other
clubs In the league occuDled tha same
rotative position throughout moat of the
aaaaon. although Brooklyn and Cincinnati
rintahed up with but oik- game between
hem for flfih and six place respectively.
St. L011I was never a contender lit tha
race and tha Boston club's record of 102
defeats was only exceeded by that ut
the asm club in the American league.
Tueeday the wurid'e championship series
will be begun between , the two Chicago
clubs, Th (tret gain will be played on
1 in) National Usgu grounds.
Vs.t.ia iMii 1'aiiak.L
oLUMBUS. Ov Oct. 7-Bufralo and
..lumbus played iwo Sanies in th aerie
r th CU "'A" minor league champion-
:.(,(., todav tend broke even This glvrt
U iffalo lhr And commons, two game,
.'.'file fgi-it . .-iii- font vliiutles
,,i,l Ue pe ee-v.ry ti decide ilve. chain-
nlwi ahli. Tu fcuffali plaj-ei U ' I r
home tonight and It lf Irnprohable that the
series will how be finished.
First nmr: R. II. K.
Buffalo 2 a 0 0 0 0 ( J ;
Colnmbua .. .0 0000018 1 & t
Latterl": Buffalo, Klaslnaer and Mc.
Alltr; Colnmbua, Flaherty and Ryan.
Second ram: R. H. E.
Buffalo 2 0 0 0 0 Ol 3 3
Columbus a 1 I 1 0 3 3
Batteries: Buffalo, Kissinger, Green and
MoAlltater; Columbus. Merger and Blue.
ROl RKEITE M-IY. TWO 04MKH
Three l.eatjaera. with lx Oalalilera,
Defeat Dlela Team.
The Omaha league team three nietnli
oi mc team and six outsider won notn i
games of a double-header Sunday artel- !
noon at the Iilets park, the first Iroin the I
lilels Athletic and the latter from ihe
Iilets Association. The ginned being wit
nencl b a largo crowd mat wh ap
parently well satisfied with the showing
timdr by the Diets team agalnrt the pro
fessionals. In the first game the Athletic
outhit the Rnurkea, bin were unable to
bunch their safeties. You tig pitched an ex
cellent same, allowing the leaguer but
five lilts. McNeeley pitched both game
for the Rourkes, Improving in the second
Hpollmdn, who 1im been absent from the
rank" for noma time, slgnsllxcd hla return
by having six spectacular putouts to his
In the second game McNeeley wan in
better form and allowed but aix till .
fia-lng to the abaence if Rice, who k
ai'heduled to Ditch the eocoml game lor
the Diets team. Doran waa aub'tliuted and
made a creditable ahowlua. striking out
lx of the lenguera and allowing but eight
Johnny (bonding. "Omaha a Favorite,
very much in evidence at all tlmee.
h,vlnf twn.,?'"nl.n" ",0,"p nd trtl1"
K Ho:r'kVwaa,Tre.Vnn,,"i,d mle a hit
played, provided the weather permlia.
H' ore. nrat game:
R, H. FO. A. B.
0 0 0 1
10 13 0
112 3 0
. ) 1
11 t) 1 3 1
1 if 11 0 0
0 t 1 0 9
0 0 1 1 0
1 " 27 19 2
R. M. PO. A. K.
o 0 U u n
0 1OL' Cl
0 110 0
O 1 0 4 0
0 1 5
0 9 19 1
0 3 13 1
0 2 4 0 9
0 0 2 0 1
7 1 T, 9 I
Btrnc out: By
Btrong, r ,
McNeeley, S; by Young, t. Hit by pitched
ball: bv McNeelev. 1. First baee on balla:
Off Young I. Sacrifice hits: Rubin. Clark,
Townsend CJ. Time: 1:3). t'mplre: Miian
ahan. Attendance: 1,122.
Bcore, second game:
AB. R. 11. PO. A. K.
Rnbln. cf 5 0 1 0 0 1
Hteen, 31. 4 1 2 0 4 0
Tonneman. 2b 3 1 1 2 4 1
Clark, if S 11 o o 0
Lawler, as 3 0 t 1 3 0
Oondlng. lb 4 0 2 19 0 0
Townsend, c I o 1 3 1 0
Bowee. If 4 0 0 2 1 0
McNeeley, p 4 0 0 1 0
Total. i.... -..-..3 37 19 2
. , . DIETZ ASSOCIATION.
AB. B H. TO.
0 1 3 3(0
0 1 9 1 1 1
0 0 13 0 1
0 0 1 0 0
0 0 3 0.0
0 n 1 t 1
0 i 1 0,0
0 2 10 0
0 1 0 " 1
0 t 27 13 4
Three-base hit: Hall. Two-base hit: Gond
tng. Sacrlhce hits: ijtwler.Townaend. Struck
out: By McNeeley, z; by uoran. a. Hit ny
pitched ball: Doran, 1. Bases 011 balls: by
Doran. 1. Double play: Bowes, Steen to
Oonding. Time: 1:20. Umpire: Shananan.
DF.8 MOIMuS CHAMPIOKB OF IOWA
Wlat 3'hiee Oat af Kor t.amea from
' - Barllnafoa.
BURLINGTON. Ia.. Oct. 7. (PpeclHl
Telegram.) In the final double-header of
the state cnampionsmp games nere dp-
tween the Burlington, la., leaguera and
the Des Moines Westerners, the teams
broke even which, with Des Moines two
previous victories gives them the Iowa
atate championship. Score first gam:
Burlington ...2 01 20000 5 12 2
Dea Motnea...0 1010000 J 3 14
Batteries. Burlington. Green and Krebs:
Des Moines, Miller and Wolfe.
Score second game: It.H.ii.
Dek Molne ..3 0312100 0 13
Burlington ...0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 14 II 1
Batteries: Burlington, Bills and Krebs;
De Moines, Miller apd Wolfe.
BanTalo Challenges Colamhoa. (
COLUMBUS. O.. Oct. 7. Captain George
Smith of the Buffalo Eastern league club
authorises this statement tontgm after
he hud been Informed that the Colnmbua
club had decided to b.old up Buffalo
share of the receipts of Sunday's game.
amounting, with tne agreed share 01 rx-
pensea, to ftUT.M):
"I hereby on behalf of the Buffalo club
challenge the Columbus team to a series
of five games, two to be played In Buflalo,
two In Columbus and the fifth If neces
sary, on neaitrwl ground, for $1,000 a side.
"I am willing mat tne x&.'f.bu now neio
by the CoHtmbita club shall go as a for
feit for said series. As soon as the chal
lenge la accepted, the balance of the money
will be posted.
"To make It stronger, I will agree that
all gat receipt shall go to the winner of
WOMAN'S 440LK CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY
fcatrles from All Parts ot the l'i!ltl
WEST NEWTON. Miaas.. Oct. 7. Mora
than three score of women golfers from all
part of tha country will participate to
morrow at th Brae Burn Country club
In tha cpenlrig or preliminary round of th
twelfth, tiatlonal championship and th
player who auccesafully peaces through the
ordeal, which extends through the week
wlU receive th championship gold medal
and' her club will have for the next year
th custody of th Robert C'u cup, now
held by th Oakley Country club of Bos
ton, of which Miss Pauline Mackay, the
present title holder, is a member.
The uourna ia ,64 yards in length, prin
cipally over broud-weeplng couutry, sur
tuounied by a big hill.
The c-onleetar.la this year have com
front greater distances (hail ever before
in a national event. Chicago alon ia rep
resented by more than a dosen of It beat
players, including Mrs. C. L. Derlng. the
western champion. St. Louis will have
Miss Grace Semple; Denver la represented
bw Mra. George W. Iloope; California sends
Mrs. I. V. Whitney of Claramont, while
for the first time in a woman' national
event there will be a Canadian player in
111 person 01 sues I'uepo 01 rianiutou
Basket Ball at Humboldt.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Oct. 7. ( Ppeclal. )
The Oral basket ball game of th season
occurred at the opera house last evening
In the present- of a large crowd of spec
tators. Tb contestant were rieneca and
Humboldt, and th visitors were out
classed, it Is thought, largely on account
of the amallnes of th quarter. Harry
Boyd acted re f e ree and tha score atoo.1
30 to 7 when the gam waa over. In
apit ut helng somewhat one-sided In tu
sults the game waa quit well playej
and filled with exciting situations.
. , . f ' m
t 4arltea Defeats Edgar. v
EDGAR. Neb.. Oct. 7. (Special ) Th
Carlton High school came up yesterday
and played a game of base ball with
th Edgar High achool. Edgar's pitcher,
Cecil Jackson, did splendid work, but the
aeldVng of the Edgar team was Inferior
to. lha Carlton team, which resulted in
giving the gsme to Carlton by a acor of )
f to .k- , . .
Mac Boat Ahbolt.
Mage 'got revenge on Abbott at th
Country club yesterday when he defeat d
huii for the golf championship of th club
in 33 hole. Abbott bad defeated Magee in
the state championship tournament. The
snatch yeeterday went , tw
Mage plaved Iho thlrly-aixt
i hlie It wa. a good conte.
! . . . ,
I b F'' to 1
yeeternay went , two extra note.
n in on umi'T
it In tn r or cacnange coium;
J w.. Want A PB ; .
I U,, .... . ,.T
j tnt Produce Uu.lt
THE OMAIIA DAILY, BK.E: MONDAY. OCTOBER
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bean Ha?a Waj and Whtat luffara
RESTING ORDERS WITH COMMISSION MEN
l ntatordble Argentina 4 able Dla
(ted ky laasihaeas of toatl
neatal Market, I'artlealarly
4 nt ererp 4 ora F.naler.
' OMAHA. Oct. . II. 1
Further decline wwa recorded In whiat,
thougn ihc presjure tooay w not a
great as yesterday, and there seemed lu be
lesilng order undrr the maraet In the
nana of comml-lon houws. TImi north
wesirrn leccipts were construed jis a bear
ish factor, as they overran last .ir
total umewhat. lur siuagieinies of con
tinental market, particularly Antwerp,
lather discounted an Argentina cable
wnlch reported eerlou losses. It 1 ptob
able that tha recent selling movement a
about over, and that ma UHla Improve
ment nny be noted next week.
t.orn was easier, with the decline led by
the December. The tK-atixh factors wre
line weather and weak cable, which re
sulted In liquidation by lor.gK. l'h May
was rot her Ktunhorn and considerable
seemed to be wanted tt that flguie.
Oat were off on quite liberal reallili.g
for local account. The Increase In receipts
waa ii fdctor and Indications suggest fur
ther Improvemen: In the near future.
Primal y wheat receipt were l.XTi.OOO bu.
and shipments 6i,mo iui.. againl receipt;
la!t year of l.m2.mo bu. and slilpmenta of
485.000 bu. Corn receipts were oB,'iou bu.
and shipments i'T9.fit bu.. againat receipts
Inst enr ot S4o.hio bu. and el.lpmenta of
71,0n0 bu. Clearance were 122.H bu. of
wheat ta.foil bu. of corn snd wheat and
flour equal to 2K4.0W bu.
N. B. I pdike myt: "From our Informa
tion we would Judge farmers were aelllng
at least inp.OKl bushHa wheat per day In
Nebraska alone. We look for this to keep
up for weeks. Homebody will have to pay
for this wheat right away. There I a big
movement In wheat, corn and oats.'
Local range ot option:
Articles. Open. Hlgb. xw. qose.'Tea y.
Wheat ' I
ric kt1 ,:rt'
71' s 71
May.. I 711,' 7lkl 7Hii
Omaha faah Prices.
WHEAT -No. 2 bard. (V87c; No. 3 hard.
8ttV; No. 4 hard, 61.06c; No. 3 spring,
OOKN-No. 3. 4014c. No. 4, Wi4u4c; No.
J veliow, H4'g41c: No. 3 white, 4.c.
OATH No. 3 mixed, SO'.'a!,: s
white. 31',3tae: No. 4 white, 30'SrW;.
RYK-.Ni, 2; 564o;' No. 3. 54-.
' Omaha f'aah Sales.
WHEAT-No. 3 hard, 2 cars at M'iC 1
car at .; No. 4 hard. 2 cars at 05VV; no
grade, 1 car at 63c.
- CORN-No. 4. 1 car at 40ic.
OATS No. 3 white. 1 car at 314c.
BARl.F.Y-No. 4, 1 car at Sc.
Wheat. Corr.. Oals.
St. Louis ....
CHICAGO ORAI AD PROVI810I4S
Featare-a of tha Tradlaa aa Closlaa
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHIflAOO. Oct. I. A liberai increase in
lha movement of wheat to the principal
grain centers of the I nlted mates was
the chief reason for a weak wheat market
hare tr.f1av. At the clohe wheat for Ie-
cember delivery was off S tf V.c. Corn and
onts were also down tl Provisions
were a shade lower to SVti higher.
Tha wheat market was weak all da V
The heavy profit-taking of yeateraay left
the market without special support and,
with general selling today, prices were
readily forcel down He Tha chief factor
In the situation waa th Incrvused re
ceipt both from tha northweat and south
west. For the first time this season re
celnta at . MlnneaDolla and Duluth wera
larger' tlian for the corresponding'' day
last year, arrivals tod.y being III cars.
against 7S3 cars laat year. The weather
was highly favorable for the movement
of the crop and Indications point to a
still greater Increase during thn next
week. A report from Ksnsaa City claimed
that the movement In Kansas and In Ne
braska would be much larger were It
nt fr th shortage of care. A report
from Minneapolis that a number of Hour
mills may soon shut down hecaus of a
lack or business caused auattionat weak
ness lr. the. local market. A decline at
Liverpool was a weakening Influence at
the opening of the market. The principal
buying was by shorts. The close was
wesk. December opened a shada lower
at 7 Vic, aold off to 787Hc and
closed at 74Vc. Clearances of wheat and
flour were equal to 293.300 bu. Primary
receipts were 1.272,000 bu., compnred
with 1,233,000 bu. for th same day last
year. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago
reported receipt of S57 cars, against 927
cars Isst week and 644 cars one year ago.
Free selling by local longs caused weak
ness in the corn market. Larger receipts
than were expected and the weakness of
wheat were influential factors, impelling
th selling. Another factor was an es
timate on th total crop of Iowa, which
placed the yield at r9, 000,000 W. n in
crease of 56,000.000 bu. compared with
the government figures. Demand came
largely from commission houses. Tho
market closed weak. December opened
,c lower at 42c, aold oft to 4i44M2Sc
and closed at 42 HO 42 He. Local receipts
were 367 cars with 210 cars of contract
Oata were weak In sympathy with wheat
and corn. The weather in the northwest
was favorable for marketing the crop and
indications pointed to a material Increase
In the movement. Longs and commission
houses were th best sellers. December
opened a shsde lower at 34 He, sold oft
la 34 34 Ho and closed at 24 ',o. Local
receipts were 306 ears.
Provisions were steady on covering by
shorts. Trading In general was light.
Weakness of corn and live hotfA hud a
depressing effect. At th close January
pork was up a shade at 1 13. 60. 1-a.rd was
ntf a ahada at 17.12 W tl 7.1(5. Rlba wera
2 He higher at f7.25.
Estimated receipts Tor tomorrow:
Wheat, 57 cars; corn, 337 cars; oats, 357
isrs; hogs, 36,000 head.
The leading future, ranged aa follows:
Articles. I Open.! High.l Low. Close. Yes y.
IHJN ?H'0V 13 1 TtHl 7S1,
1 1 I
4H' ISW' 4uS
Htl'a 43'4li. 43 I 43;
I 34',, 34H 34S34H' 34 l4HaS
34H! S4VS3VO, 33HA.34(j,o4 ,
13 43 I IS 50
IS 45 I 13 50 13 SO
10 i 8 K 3 v5
6-H! I t Jt
T 0 I 7 96 7 'Jo
S Oft j 8 30 f
7 30 I 7 25 7 22H
I I 20
Cash quotaltot.s rt as follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter patents. 13 3
3.a; aimer straight. f3.1uil.ta; spring
patents, laaoLIO. straights, 33. Si J. 70,
WHEAT No. i spring.. 771r8uc; No. 3, ;tQ
toe: No. 2 red. 7lH$7l4,c.
CORN No. 2, 46c: No. 3 ellow. 46c.'
OATS-No. 2, 33ae; No. 2 white. KtfSSW:
No. 3 whit. 32Htf4t,c.
RTF-No. 3, &t(96c.
BARLEY Fair to choice making. 444162c.
elr-DS-r.o. 1 nax. si.oo-j; ,mi. i north-
westtrn. 11.11. Timothy, prim. f3 7H4 (.
Clover, contract grade, frj.76.
PROVISIONS Short ribs, side oot.
fn.5io8.75. Pork, mess, per bhls.. fis.50.
1-ard. pr 100 lb., ft 90 Short ler aid
iboxed). sx ooeis.i.'Vt-
Fullowltig were the receipts and shin.
mem of flour snd grain:
Oalc, . bu
. . 414.mn
. . ?.'
. . 10 OOfl
0 the Produce exchange today the hu
ter market w steady; creameriee. 19424VC;
dairies. ITV'lilV. Kggs. firm: at iimi'ic
cases included. 15ili-; flrsis, LV; prim
tr... c. OH.;, steady; K
n'S s. t.',e: ex
Ualatk Rrala Market
ubioiw i.raia narkel.
DULUTH. IVt. WIIKAT-(i'i frar!
Nu. f hard, 7ac; No. 1 u-ribvu, .r.c; Nj.
1 northern. 77o; October. 74c; December.
7?tc: May, 77V--.
OATS To arrive and October, Xr-
EW lORk CiHERAI. "4BKKT
latla r the Uay arlwaa
N BW YORK. Oct. 9 -FIXH R-Reeipt
21. 259 bble.; export. 9.1M bbla. ; sale. 3.:m0
pkg. Market dull and lower to el; M.n
nesota patent. M lfti40; Minnesota bakfr.
t 40.T8i; winter patent" IS.7Mi4.li: winter
straights. 33.5WUO.SO; winter extra. $2.85;
w inter low grade, 17Mi3 .'6. Rye flour,
firm: fair to good. t.4"((.73: cholc-e to
fancy. I1J0B4 10 Buckwheat flour, quiet,
I2.4M2.45. spot and to arrive.
, CORNMEAC Pteadv; fine white and yel
low, ti 2mfi.; coarse, fi.imni.12: kiln dried.
RTK-Firm; No. 2 western. 6V c. I. f.
BARLEY Steadv: feeding. 4-'c. r. I. f
BiifTalo; malting 4S1ir0c, c. I. I. Buffalo.
WHEAT Recflpt. 7.5rl bu.; expert. 8S.
013 hu.: sale. l.Sm.tm) bu. futures. Srt mar
ket easy; No. 2 red. 77V. elevator. 7V. f. o.
b. afloat; No. 1 northern. Dulutlv &.V. f.
o. b. afloat: No. 3 hard winter. MiaC
b. afloat. Option, tinder further netire
liquidation by professional, coupled with
weakness at Liverpool, broke 9c today.
The crowd also sold on reports of a poor
flour demand at Minneapolis and eond
weather. Sales Included No. 3 red. Mar.
93 11-lfifVM'i.c. closed 8311-lc; Pecenher.
91 6-19!91i,c. closed lsic
CORN Receipts 1:'1.47J bu.; exporli". 91.
1"! bu.: sales, J.noo bu. The spot mirket
w-a easy: No. I. MWv elevator aim &jc
o. h. afloat: No. S veil w. SSV: n. 1
white. S7c. The option market was weaker
nd Vr net lower on rood rb1e. .lann
arv closed at 52'c; Ma v. 49HiBOr. closed
af" 4v.: necemher. M.e closed at ne.
OATg-n-celrts H.09 hi.: x-rrt. 1. "i
hu. Spot market steiidv mixed at. M to
lb.. 37Uc: natnrnl white. 39 to X1 lbs..
SRUtfiack.; lltped. !W to 4n lb . 4"44c.
FEKD Firm : snrlng bran. K0.F5. octoner
ahlnment: nitHtHtne. 121. 3S. October ship-
men c'v. 2n.50 B.
HAT '!: shipping, firm: ood to
HOT'RPtesdv: common lo choice. Iltf
?4r- lana. 1e)i7c: Pacific coast. 13ff1e.
Tttnv S-Stedv: Onlveton. 29 to 19 lb..
and California. 31 t JX lh.. 21e: Texas,
dry So )b.. 1!c
t VATPI.-te-.rlv; acid. 2t.iI7n
PTtoviSlOVB eef. flem: famllv. n WW?
1no- mra t eo.m: beef " hnm. 71.Of"ff
"850; pnekv-t. in.0OV).SO: city extra Inla
roes smnrisiswi c or me-'. nui-i:
led bellies. tn ?112 50: t'cV'ed hou'd-r.
nominal: rlckled hams. il (vwij 9rt. t rd.
"em: western retv. 9'5'?9: refl"1.
firm; cnMpent 9 M South A-vertc V" '9;
oomnonn. fT.?5fi7.50. Pork, atradv family,
tit Bin- short clear, fl9.5ofi19.Ve; mesa,
TAT lIV-Stedv; e'v per pkg.). Ke;
conntrv fnkes. free). RUTi'Kir
r ici" Quiet dr.mtic ratr to exira, .;t t
sv.e- Tivr. pomlnI
CHEKSE ftendv; state run cream,
small fancy. 1Uc; fair to good. 1WJ 1"ie;
large fsncv. 1sur; fair to good. 12ffl3c;
Ipr'oe. loa.tTllc. 1
fn(H Hteaov; STaie. i-ennsyivania ann
nearby. fsncy ael'cted. whl'e, P.nxtc:
choice, sowaic: m'xed. extra, ?9c: western
first. 25w?9tic; official price. JtHflSfc: see-
POl'l.TRY Alive, easy: spring chicken.
13c: fowls and turkey. 14c. Dreed. dull:
western scrlng chicken. 1liT19c; spring; tur
kev lft22c: fowl I2ij15c.
RCOAR-aulet; fair refining. 3H"; ren
trifocal 99 test, 4c; molasses sugar. 3tie.
Refined, stendv: crushed. B.79c; powdered.
SlSc; B-rnulted. 5c.
COFFEE Steady; No. 7 Rio. t4.
Bl. I.onta General Market.
st T.OTMS. Oct. 9. WHEAT Lower:
traek. No. 2 red, caah, 79H'576AiP'. No. t
hrd, 73tr79c; December, 72Hc, bid; May,
CORN-I-cwey; track, No. 2 rah45V.c;
December. 4He; May, 41H4He; No. t
OATS Lower; track. No. 2 cash. 34c; De
cember. 34c: May, 3514c; No 2 white, 35c.
FIDUR Steady: red winter patent, f 15
03.40: extra fanny and straight, t'.'.55fi3.2S;
SEED Timothy, steady: S3.50fT 4.0O.
CORNMEAL Steadyt f2.30
BRAN Steady; sacked; east track. 0
HAY Steady; timothy. fl2.0O515.0n; prai
IRON 4SVTTON TIES fl 02.
PROVIBIONS-Porkr ' steady: Jobbing,
114.40. Lard, steady; prime steam. 11.55.
Dry salt niea,t, steady: boxed extra Shorts.
10.50; olear ribs. f9.fi2H; short clears, .39.78.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra, short1. ft0.28;
clear rib, flO.STH: short clears. fl0.62H-
POULTRY Wesk: chloens, 10c; springs,
10Hc; turkey, 13c; ducKsi.-Oc; geese, 5c.
BUTTER Steady; meomery, v20t2c;
EGGS Firm, 1SHC, esse count.
Flour, bbl 8.0m 7.000
Wlieat. bu 49.000 24 000
Corn. bu. 77,nO0 40.000
Oats, btl ;.U4.000 64,000
Minneapolis Grnln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 9.-FIOUR-Flrt
patents 14.204.30; second patents, H 05
4.16; first clear, t3.25-(3.35; second clear,
BRAN-In bulk, fl4.251 60.
(Superior Board of Trade quotationa for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). Th
range of prlcea a reported by F. V. Day
It Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles.! Open.! High.) Low. Close. Yes'y.
1 11H 1 ni
1 11! 1 11H
1 n 1 nv
1 UH 1 11H
1 OM. 1 Ofrti
1 1SH 1 13H
1 w- 1 10
1 13H' 1 13
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
northern. 74Sc; No. 2 northern. 72Hc; No.
3, 70Hf)73c; No. 1 durum. 62c; to arrive,
914ic: No. 3 durum. 69V: to arrive, t4c.
Corn: No. 3 yellow. 44c; No. 3. 43c. Oats:
No. 3 white, 31 He; No. 3, WfSSOc. Barley.
S&BWc. Rye. 55S4icFlax. cash, 31. WH-
Kaaui City Grata aad Provlaloaa.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. t. WHEAT De
cember, 67c; May. 71Hc; caah. No. 2 hard,
6tr72c; No. 3, 6ll(?71Hc; No. 2 red, 7l)Q'iHo;
No. 3. 67$9c.
CORN Dt cember, S7V; May. 3c; cHSh.
No. 3 mixed, 41V; No. 2 while, CHB43Hc.
OATS No. 2 white, 54c; No. 2 mixed,
HAY 8teady; cholre timothy, tll.7312.O0;
choice prairie, f9.O.4i.50.
RYE Steady; sTttfiOc.
EGGS Firm; extnia. 21Vc; firsts, cases
included. 20H; second 14Hc.
BU ; : Kit cresmery, too: packing. 16c.
Wheat, bu i.tw.flw 144.000
Corn, bu . w nun
Oats, bu I. O110
Peoria Urala . Market.
PEORIA. Oct. t CORN Lower; No. 3
veliow and No. 3. 46c; No. 4, 45c; no grade,
OATS Easy; No. 1 w bite. 33,J34c; No. 3
white. 33V,33Hc; No. 4 whit, 3ic.
RYE Firm , No. !. S(&ic
WHISKY On the basis of tl.23 for fin
Mllwawke Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 6.-WHEAT-Lowei ;
No. 1 northern. 7St(9)c; No. i northern. 76
(B'77c: December. 74',c.
RYE Firmer; No. 1, 4fti4Hc.
BARLEY Dull; No. 2, 53c; Sample.
CORN 8tedy; No, 2. caah. aSfjtSHc; De
Philadelphia Prodae Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 6. BUTTER
rirm; gcou urmanu . y weaiern cream
ery. offlcl! price, J9c; btreel price. 2)4c
extra new print. 29c,
EGGS Unchanged; nearby and western
firm. 25c at mark.
CHEKSE Fair demand, firm; New Tork
full creams, fanny, lor.
Toledo ae Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Oct.. a-SEEDS-Clover
cash and October, f9.16i 'December, lit'
timothy, 11.90; alslke. 17. . '
NEW YORK, Oct. .OIIS Cottonseed,
1 trong; prim crud. f. o. b.. mills, 3lc;
prime yellow, 44o, nominal. Petroleum,
t4Uly: reflned New ork. t7.5r Philadel-
pma ana snu jr ooaueipnia ana
Baltimore, In bulk, 84.46. Turpentine, quiet
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good
OIL CITY. Ps., Oct. 6,-Olf-Credll b.i-
aiicca, ai.oo, una, . uoia. , average,
llu.911 bbl.; shipments, 304.629 bbl.; aver
age, 152.KH bbla.
tapraed Aaples aad Dried Kralt.
NEW VORK. Oct. C EVAPORATED
APPLES Market is easy in ton, with new
ciod uiplie quoted at 44jc, accordion to
VA FORNI A DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are wl'houi furnirr change. taiifornia
to are quoted ai S'vtJ.c and Ore.
0 m Bl B10l. Apricots are
;. unchanged, with cliohm quoted at 1-; xii
(cuolc at L and Unc, WifMv. I'eacuc
also are unchanged, with choice at l1)Hc;
extra cnolce at llUIIHc; fancy. llflUV, and
cxira fancy, 1IiUv. Ralalna are un
changed, wlih loose muscatels quoted at 9Tt
67c: seeded ralxlns, t4"c; London layers,
OMAHA VHOI.Kl4LB MARKIt.
mM?XXL1Vl?m9mQnt STRENGTH SHOWN BY HOGS
EGOS Per aos.. 18Qlc.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, !!: roosters,
fc; tuikejs, !c; ducks, auloe, sprlnc
BUTTER 1 'a cklng lo.k, 19c: choic
fancy dairy, UU20C: creamery, ?2'91e.
UAY Price quoted by Omaha r ?d com
pany: Choice upland, IS W; medium, W)
coarse, .oivr9.&o. Rya straw, ft.eOii7.00.
IIHAN-Pet ton. f'SlO. '
wrt'T imriTni'Bk'., i,To f si
TOMATOES Home grown, per ba.k9l 01
20 lbs . ;5'io.
WAX BhiANS-Per market basket of
about 13 Ihe, 95e.
TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROli-Flf
LKAF LETTUCE Hothoil9l per
CEl.tRY-Per dos., 254j40e.
CL'CUMBERS-Hum grown, per
ONION'S-Howe rown. 150 per
ppnnisn. 11. ,t per crate.
ORKEN ONIONS Par dos. bunch. lc.
RADISHES Per dos. bunches, lf-Ji.
NAVY BEANS Ter bu.. II H: No. 2. tl.7.
LIMA BEAXH Per lb.. 5V4e.
GREEN piiPPERS-Per market basket,
PARSLEY Hothouse, per doa. I.u.-cbes,
C A BBAGE Home grown. pr lb.. Vie.
r.'. r-ui.-s 1 per naexei, ic.
POTATOFR Per hu.. 5c.
ORANGES Valenclas, according to sil.
t4.57 9 00.
IEMON9 Llmonlera, extra fancy, V
Slae; tfl.ln; oo alee. fS IO; 360 l it, M 50;
other brands, fl less. ,
BANANA 8 Per m'dlnm-ilxeil bunch,
tl. 751'.' 25; jumbos, f2.rotl3.00.
DATES Per lb.. 5tffn.
PEACHES Coloi ado. fcVWfl.iJO; Mlssaurl,
per 6-bsnket crate. fl.()oxT.2S; California
Sslwsys. per box. fl.flo.
PLUMS Oregon Italian prunes, tl.10.
PEARS Bart lett, per box. 13 00.
GRAPES Home grown, per t-lb basket,
U7c: Tokay, fl.76.
o . ( ir.n 1 r I mil., a-.m-uaev-
CRAN BERRIES Per bbl.. $6 50
WATERM ELON8 -Per lb.. IfflWc. or
about 25'i;'Wc each.
CANTELOUPES-roor tjuallly and not
CUT MEAT PRICES.
No. 1 rib, lie; No. t ribs. ur; No. t
ribs, 6Vc: No. 1 ln,is, 19c; No. 2 loins. 13c
No. 3 loins RUc: No. 1 rhucks. c: No. i
1C. a lOlllB. JO:
chuck. 4c: No. 3 chucks. 3o No. 1 round.
6c; No 3 rounds, 7c. No. f rounds, fc! No.
1 plate, sc; no. 3 plate. 2W; no. I piste. 2c.
M ISCEi.LAN KOU8.
8UOAR-Granulated cane, in sacks, to. 41;
granulated beet, In sacks, f5.tl.
CHEESE 8wls, new. lsc; Wisconsin
brick. HH; Wisconsin llmbutger. 13c;
twins, 14Hc; young American, liHc-
COFFEE Roasted, No. 35, 25Hc pr lb !
No. 30, :'HC per lb.; No. 26, ISHc per lb.;
No. 20, 15Hc ptr lb.; No. 21, 12Hc per Ib.
SYRUP In bhls., 2'ie per gal.; In cases.
( 10-1 b. cans. 11 To; caaes. 11 5-lt. cans. fl.W;
cases, 24 2Vlb. cans. ILS5
HONEY Per 24 frames, t3.SC.
CANNED GOODS Corn, atandard rrest
ern, tetjuoc; Maine, II. lo Tomatoes, t-lb.
cans, fl.OO; 2-lb.. 7Hctl.00. Plneapplf.
grated, 2-lb., f2.OMtl2.3o: sliced. fl.9ut2 20
gallon apples, fancy. fitS; California apri
cots, fl.wtiti2.2S, pears, fl. 752.50; peaches,
fancy, fl.76fi2.40; H. C. peaches, flOOUiSO.
Alaska salmon, red, fl.25: fancy Chinook,
tr., ea.10: fancy socKtye. r .. u.w; saroine.
H oil, 12.76; mustard, 13.00. Bweet pota
toes, fi.10tfl.26; sauerkraut, tl.00; pump
kins, eOctjtl.Oo; wax beans, 2-lb., 66fl90c;
lima beans 2-lb.. 76cCtl 85; spinach. tl.St;
chesp peas, 2-lb 60c; extra, 742t9)o; fancy,
CURED FISH-Famlly whllertsh. per
quarter 00,., 100 ids., m.ou; norway merg
ers 1, No. 1. MOO; No. 3, 324.00; No. t, t20.00;
Irish, No. 2, fl6 00; herring, in bbls . 20 lbs
each, Norway, 4k, 112.00; Norway, fk, flt.00;
Holland, mixed. 111.00; Holland herring. In
kegs, milkers. 80c: kega, mixed, "or.
FISH Buffalo, large dressed, 8c; trout,
medium or large, dressed, 13c; pike, dressed,
11c; halibut, fin stock, 11c, catfish, dressed
15c; bullheads, dressed and skinned, 12c,
whit perch, dressed, to; erappln. large.
12c; sunflsh, pan stse, 9c: wnite baa, extra
choice. 12c; pickerel, tci salmon, Chinook,
lie; white fish (frosen). 12c; mackertl
(Spanish). 19c; Native per fish, l&$2to;
codfish, fresh, frosen, lie: flounders, fresh,
frozen, llo, blueflsh, freth frosen, l&e;
haddock, fresh frozen. ioc; red snappe,-.
dressed. 12c; smalts, No, 1, per lb., 12c;
lobsters (boiled), per lb., 40c; green, t7o;
eel, per lb.. 13c; frog legs, per dos., 26c;
roe shad, fl each; shad roe, pair, 45c.
H. B. Davis of Sterling, Colo., W. A.
NUTS Pecans, large, per lo., 12c; small,
per lb., 11c. Almonds, soft shells, per lb.,
16c; hard shells, per lb.. 1314c. Cocoa.
nut. t4.()0 per sack of 100.
HIDES AND TALLOW-Oreen salted.
No. 1, 1.344c; No. 3. 12A.C: bull hide. H9
10Ho; green hides, No. 1. 12Hc: No. ?, JIHo;
horse, fl.60ie3.76; sheep pelts, &0c511.25 Tal
low. No. 1, 4Hc: No f. 8H.
WOOL-Per lb.. 1826c.
NEW' TORK. Oct. S.-COTTON-8pol
closed quiet 30 points lower; middling up
lsndg lO.SOc: middling gulf. 11. Mr; sales,
1,450 bales; estimated receipts at the ports
today, 46.000 bale, against 47,747 bales last
week and 60.496 hales last year; for the
week, 875.000 hales, against 311,864 bales last
week and 347,3t3 last year.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. .-COTTON-Spot
closed easy; sales, 3.300 bales. Im-w ordi
nary 7HC, nominal: ordinary. c; good ordl.
nary, 6-lSe; low middling, 10Hc: middling
109,c; good middling. 11V; middling fair,
11V. nominal: fair. 12Hc, nominal. Re
ceipts, 6.S'); atock. M.42V
ST. IiOUIS., Mo.. Oct. . COTTON
Steady; middling. 10 V-: aalea, 271 bales
receipts. 237 bales; shipments. 157 bales:
stuck. 10,350 bales.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. S-COTTON-Snot
quiet; prices 17 points higher. American
middling. 6 86d: good middling. S.68d; mid
dling, 9 Hid; low middling. 6.0M; good ordinary-.
6.76d; ordinary, 8.61d. Th sales of
the day were 6.000 bales,' of' which 800 war
ior speculation ana export and Included
3,600 American. Receipt. 6.000 bale, in
cluding 4,6X1 American.
LONDON, Oct. 6 Money was In good
supply and demand in th market today.
Discounts were firmer on continued gold
exports. The Stock exchange was In a
rather depressing fashion. British securi
ties yielding fractions owing to the heavy
gold withdrawals for Egypt. Russians re
covered part of yesterday's setback, but
other foreign aecurltlea were dull. Ameri
can were favorably affected by the re
ported consolidation of th or daal and
United Slates Steel was In good demand
Th general liat hardened to well over
parity and closed firm at shad below th
best quotationa of the day ftr a modei .
tie activity. Japanese Imperial la of iu
were quoted at 10HH-
PARIS. Oct. 6. There waa a partial r-'i
rovery of prices on the Bours today upon '
ine less phsioiisiiu uiierpreiaiion or th
report of th Russian finance minister, M.
Kokoveoff. to Premier Stelypln on th slat
of the treasury of Rusata. Prlo rioted
fullv firm. Russian Imperial 4a of iwm
closed at 70.28 and Russian bonds st 4700
BERLIN. Oct. 9 Ther wer few change
in price on the Bourse today.
Sugar aad Molasses.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 SUGAR Raw,
quiet; fair refining, 3V; centrifugal, M
test, 4c. Refined, steady; No. ti, 4.60c; No
7. 445c; No. t. 4 40c; No. , 4 35c; No. 10
4 JBc; No. 11, 4 20ci No. 13. 4.16c; Np. 13,
4-loc; No. 14. 4.05c; confectioners' A. 4.80c
mould A. S85c; cut loaf. 6.7"c: crushed.
6.7c; powdered, 6.10c; granulated, 8c; rube
ubumim, iK-t. . HLGAR-
onds, 2H3V. ,
NEW YORK, Oct. 8. Total Imports of
merchandise and dry goods at th port
of New York for th week ending today
wer vlud at 816.177.401. Total Imports or
specie at the port or New York for the
week ending today wer fll.104 silver and
Total ejipons o aparia ironi in port of
New York for th week ending todav were
to47,3 allvr and fV70.0OO gold.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6. METALS In th
sbsem of London cable th metal mar.
kts were generally quiet, but price were
firmly held. Spot tin wa quoted at t42.4
42.611. Lake copper was held at tJ0.2D2O.5O;
electrolytic at f lB.WiUi.26; casting at tit 60
620.0U. Lead waa unchanged at to. 7566.80,
and sielter at t ioa4.) Iron waa flno and
ST. IXil'IS. Oct. . METALS Lead,
steady, 85.16; spelter, quirt, tt lOi
NEW YORK. Ool. 9. COFFEE Marktt
for coffee future opened steady at un
changed prlcea tn a decline of 8 point,
under mocVrate offering on favorable crop
report. There was vei y little feature dur
ing the later trading and the market closed
qu el, net ' unchanged to i poiui lower.
Sales were reported tit iO.iw bag, includ
ing Dectmlicr at 1 55c: Januai). t.9v;
Maie.i. .!(. 79c- Mav. a fc. Suit. teady;
N.j. I J4!u, ',.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattla for tat Wk Da Sat
basatr Week for Kheeai Heeelr I"
History of slarket-rrlcea Hold
If Resaarkabl Well tattler
SOUTH OMAHA, IX t. , V.MS.
Official Monday ..
Official Tuesday .
Cattle. Hogs, sneep.
..U.4I7 t.ut 94 7.1
umc at t nurwiay
Total this week...
Total last week
Total two weeks gao.
Total tnree week ago
Total four weeks ago.
Same week last year.
The following table show the receipts 01
ciittle. hog and sheep at South Omaha for
tne year to date, compared with last year:
it at 1415. Inc.
7MM3.I 73S.4l 21.9.-I
2.02;i.ff l,IM7.Mt 194,1.10
1,514.145 1,3.1.100 141.045
Good to choir- erit-ii.r.ii aiders 35 Till 2i
rsir to good corn-fed steers
common to fair corn-fed steers.
uuoa to cnoice range sie ra...
alr to good rang steers
Cotrnmn i.. 1 i & n ,i
Good grasa cowe and heifer f-Weal.
lo good eowa and hellers.. s.i'
t.oininoh to fair' cows and heifers.. I-"-
Good to cholc stockers and fdts.. 4 V4W
ratr to good stockers snd feeJer.. S.an-fllOJ
Common to itr stockers 2LNH'-?
Bull, siaga etc I..6tj3.55
Veal calve 4110418.1
Thn following tahle show the avetsa
price of hogs at South Omaha for lh last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. Iffsj" '' iit.",itAT.",S
t 2t I 7tl I 79' 1 0 6 Wl
S 711 T ! 7 97, 14
f 29 6 . 7 55 H
34 8 87 t
I 1 t 37
8 IS, S 74! t 691
8 It S 95. I 12
T 24 9
8 Mi 6 6i 3 71
1 & 74i K- 7 14! C 75
5 ia v in i iw
a iX i:t iu t lit
8 W 8 74 I 7 81 f 59 8 20
8 09 8 79. 6 7 I 63, 8 16
3 Alt, I o 6 65! 7 42i 1 5 11
I 6 061 6 M 8 40 7 W S 491
RANGE OF PRICES.
.n.9n.0O f9.15'U 4
.. 1.4"J.iii) .?.Vn i)
St. Loul9 " fyo 5" H.'iS 75
Sioux City 2.btyc. 6.25.40
The offlclai number of car of stock
brought in today b esrh rosd wss:
Cattle. Hogs Sh'p.H r a.
C. M. ft St. P
U. P. System
C. N. w east ...
C. N. W.. west ...
C, St. P., M. O...
C, B. ft Q., east....
C, B. A Q., west.. .
C. R. I. & P., wesT
Th disposition of the day'a recelp. was
a folio-, each buyer purchasing the
number ot head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
Omahk Parking Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour V Co
Omaha Pack Co., country.
CuUahy Pack Co.. K. C...
St. Louis D. B. Co
Totals 142 ?.74 199
CATTLE There -was 110 change In the
cattla market today, there not being
enough cattle of any on kind In sight to
make a market. For the week the receipt
have been quite liberal, showing a slight
gain over last week, but atlll falling con
siderably short of th record of one year
A feature of the week ha been th tftm
parstlv scarcity of good beef steers, both
rangers and eornfeds. There has been od
most days a liberal sprinkling of common
to fair kinds, but really good on t tie have
been scsre. In the face of a good buying
demand th has meant a strong market
on all desirable klnda every day of the
week. The best eornfeds have sold up 10
36 26, with the top on range cnttl st fS.26
While good cattle have sold very satisfac
torily, the common and medium gradea,
which according to packers' reports are
not killing out satisfactorily, have not sold
entirely to th liking of owners; in fart,
th tendency on that kind of cattle has
been a little lower, where the good klndr
hav tended upward.
While cow and heifer showed weakness
or some days, buyer being able to bear tho
market a little during the early part of
the week on account of large receipts, thev
have been, nevertheless, very fair aellers
all the week. At the close they are aellling
shout as high as any time of late.
Th etocker nd feeder trade has st.
tracted a good deal of attention this week
Receipt of that kind of cattle have been
large. The country demand ha alao boen
good, there having been large attendance
of strangers during the week. As reeult
good kinds have sold freely and high
aa any time this season. IS hlle good feed
er are not quoted above t4 60. aa a mutter
of fact feeder buyers nave paid conrld
I!!?b,y hlhleT than that w here torn
thing special was wantc-d. Thus an lows
buyer bought som very choice cattl this
week at fB.JO. but as a matter of fact they
were really fat enough for beef. The me
dium to common kinds of cattla have net
been sought ftr and hav been hard to
move.1 Moat every on Is quoting that kind
of cattle lower for the week. ri"in cattle
of that kind have aold thia week at 4ic
less than th same stuff brought a month
sgo, showing thst the market has .heed
gradtmlly working to a lower basis.
HOO Every on went out to the yards
this morning expecting a lower market, for
the reason that all other market points
were reported lower, and Ihe estimated re
ceipt at this point were liberal for a 8m
uroay. At first th trad was slow, but
later, as It became apparent that the re-
ipis wera a time more man naif th
' early estimate, the trade braced up and
' became active at Mronger price. Pmc.
tlcally every thing In eight changed hands
In a very hort time, but as a mutter ot
fact receipt were hardly large enough to
u . mw wuvvra, oviiy
I thirty-two cara being in when th market
Th receipt of hog this week hav baen
light, and atlll Just about on a par with on
week ago ana a year ago. A peculiarity
of tha market Is tbe fact that heavv hoa-a
hav been gradually strengthening up. so
that the average prlo ha been stronger
practically every day of ths week. At th
do 01 iaT weaa neavy n.j wert aelllni
largely at 8116, with an extreme ransa (,
fii.u6sjti.20. At th eio of th present week
heavv hogs are selling at 14.171,,. ao. ti.i.
mean that heavy hog for the week ar
fully uc niaosr.
On th other band, light hogs hav not
shown any particular Improvement. The
best light weight were selling at f5.4uu
8.4 at th cloe of last week, and they
prsctlcally tatlnary and heavy S0
steadily advancing. It will b ur,derstow
,har la at tha clos of Ihe r.r... .
I wrek a much narrower range btwt n
! heavy and light hogs than waa the case a
i short tim . Th fct l, right goiwt
butcher weights and mixed loads ar e.
I lug very clos up to good light hog,
a. ak rt.
14 a it
?M I I
.34 ... II
I4T M tlt
til IM I Kit
,r 4 i:4
4t I tt i
... I M
I 4 It
40 i nu
... f 41
... I 49
BHEEP Although flv cara or li p
were reported received today ther wa
comparatively little stuff on a, either
Holdovers or (reh avrrival.
Tbi hss baen the banutr week In th
history of th South Omaha sheep market
so far aa tecelpta are concerned. As will
be nol'd from the table of receipt th
totsl ariival for th week foot up over
IJv.uoo head, whlcli la the Uigest In th
litktory ef th market. Previous to this
week the record was held by th Wrk
ending O lener 7. when 1M.MO head ar
rived at th yard. This met as that tb
- A. 8k. rr.
...171 ... t 18
...I. 4 t IT
...III ... th
...IM M t ft
... 4 t M
...ta4 ... tX
i...tt it I rrs4
,... 44 i nv
4 i nvt
... O 44 M
....lit I IN
...Hit tu t tu
....144 Hi Ik
....14 44 I I
,...tt ... lis
... Ml It I M
rreeent week's run xceeds all previous
weeks by IJ.ia.in head. (
The nuat remarkable feature, however,
of the week'a trade la the tact that lata
enormous run was taken car of without
the Slightest demoralisation of the market.
The demand was so good that day after
day buyers took the receipts a last aa
they came, cleaning up practically every
thing on the day cf arrival. A tew Were
carried over Thtirtilay. but they wort all
1l!poeed of the following morning, so that
when lite market closed laat night the big
barn was practically empty.
Every one who Is Interested In the sheep
market la congratulating himself on tha
way prlcea have held up In the fac of tha
big receipts and the sharp decline at Clu
csgo. Sheep owners have been more Im
pressed then ever with the fact that this
ia without exception the best heep mar
ket In the country. Prices for the week
9 a matter of fact are some lower, and
still not enough to be verv apparent. Home
salesmen actually report that they did as
well with their sheep the latter pan of
the week aa thev did the latter pan of
lost week, and lh most decline that ani
ons can concede Is 1W15C on the best kind
nnd loD.'Ac on the genersl run of feeders.
Some "old tripe" poaslblv showed mur
decline than that, but It mut be remem
bered that that kind of stuff never doce
sell very well, a tb. number of bu)era
fT that kind Is always limited.
Prftsiects for the coming week are en
couraging to sellers, as indications would
seem to point to a lighter run. which In
the face of the prevailing good demand
ought to mean satisfactory prlos.
, Quotations on kilters: Good to inwl
lamb. rti.7iVU7.tO; fair to good lamb. M.59
ti; good to choice jearllng. fe.5nil.e;
fair to good yearling, IS.2Mi5.60; go"l
choice wether. fS.iWjS.l"; g'Wd to cholc
ewe. f4.5C1l4.7S. v,
Uuolatlor on feeders: Lambs.
S.eti; yearling. 15.1515. 40: wethets, fl-'-jf
5 : ewes, f3 WVf4.5i; breeding ee, !..
taiireaan 1 at l.-a .il.l'
IM Wyoming feeder yearling
nd ewe "7
3fw Wyoming feeder lambs 2
l' Wyoming wether 1"
l Montana cull feeder lambs.. 42
W3 Wyoming feeder lamb 49
1 Wyoming feeder lamb 1.... 59
IHii Montana fee,ler lamb 55
149 Montana feeder lamb
431 Wvomlns? feeder lamb JW
117 Wyoming feeder lambs "J
123 Wyoming feeder lamb
CHICAGO .l K STOCK MRKET
Cattle, hee and Lamha S4earHOa
Flv fewl l.oerer.
CHICAGO. Oct. -CATTLE--Receipt.
loo head; market tdy: beeves, 34.ti . ft";
cows and heifers. fl.40t3.95: stockers and
feeder. l2.8otff4.S; CHlves. tVeofiH
HC.GS Receipts, i.o head: msrket
wesk to 5 lower; miked and buirhers. $9.3
a9.Hi): good heavv. 9 45'q9.Si: rough heavy
.909W.3O; light, f9.3iifjf9.75; pig. f'.75fl9. A
hulk, f Mtfia.ft. .
SHEEP AND LAMBS RoceiPl
head; market stesdv: sheep, fl Snfl so;
Kaoaaa City lire Slock Market.
VAN-MAM CITY. Oct 9. CATTLE R-
eelpt. ftin head. Including W0 southern;
mrkt steadv. Choice export and dreseed
beef steers, x5.5nfi.o; ftr to goon. .i'
6 40; western steers. nho-ffSOD; stockers snd
feeder. t2..Wu4.50; eoiithern steer. fJ.o9
f 85; southern cow. 2.V-J2.0:ntlv cows.
I1.754T3 60; native heifers, tl.tr-tf 5.0O; bulls.
t25'a3.50; calve. ta.OnfJS 80. Receipts for
the week. 97.900 head. - .
HOGS Receipt", loot) head: market steady
to 6c lower; top, f 52H; bulk of sale, 89 41
41960; heavy, ts.4nfln.45; pa-Hi,''S, fWV
9.52H: pig and light. t9.fi9.fA Receipt
tor tne weeK. 4,w' nei o.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, tion:
market nominally steady; lamb. ffi.OfWI
7: ewes and yearling. f4.75ef.50iwet
ern yearling. f6.26i6.78: western sTteep.
14 25 6.25; etoekers and feeders .t.6oft6.50;
receipts for the week. 45.MO head.
T4ew York I.It 9 lock Market.
NEW TORK, Oct . BEEVES Receipt.
199 head; none on ale; feeling nominally
sten.lv; exports today, fit head cattle and
6.920 quarter of beef.
CALVES Receipt, zos, neHri: no iraning
today; feeling weak for grassers snd west,
ern; steafy for veals; city dressed veals,'
slow at fMjUHo per pound; rountry dressed.
Stfr-lSHc per pound.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1.00J
head; sheep dull end unchanged; lambs
slow and 1.25o lower; lair to good sheen
sold at t4.75fi 00 per cwt. : cull. t2.OVa2.50;
yearlings. f&.Tti: cull. t2.7f.frj7.75. Dressed
mutton in moderate demand at fuffinH"
per pound; dressed lambs slow at lOlSHo
HOGS Receipts. 1.893 head; none on sl
feeling nominally steady.
St.' Loots Live Stork Market. '
BT. LOUIS. Oct 6. CATTLE Receipts.
400 head. Including Texan; market
steady. Native shlppli ud export steers,
f4.76t'9.80; dressed beei' und butcher Meet.
t4.00ij4.25; steers under 1.0UO pound. f3.60tfl
4.60; Blocker and feeder, tirtifl 4.60; rows
nd heifers, t2.369re.50; csnners. f 1.1432.25;
bulls,' f3.004. 26; calves, tZ&W,M; Texas and
Indian steers, f2.50iii6.10; cow and helfera, .
HOGS Receipts. 1.600 head; market 6o
lower. Pigs and lights. 8X.20ii6.76: packers.
t9.4mijiS.70; butchers and beet heavy, Pi.&9
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 800 had;
market steady. Native muttons, f3.0Oti6.50:
lambs. t4.Okij7.ii0; culls and bucks, fl.OoQ
4.00; stockers, 14. 00-34. 40.
aioag City Live Slock Market.
SIOUX CITY, Ia.. Oct. .-(Speclal Tl
ram.l CATTLE Recelpta. 100 head. Mar
et unchanged: beeves, 14. 254). 26; cow.
bull and mlxid. f2.50ij4.po; stockers ahd
feeders. 83.004 4.25: calves and yturllngs,
HtXJS Receipts, 1.900 head. Market
steady to 6c lower, selling at fti.2064.40; bulk
of sales, t.3.o. .
at. Joseph Llvo Bloek Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Oct. . CATTLE Receipt.
7ltt head; market steady. Native. ft.SoJ
1.25; cows and helfera, fl.5o4ji.75; stockerf
and feeder, 3.wa w.
HOGo ltecetpia. t.ttn neaa; margec weag
to 8c lower. Light. te.354j.6t; bulk of !,
BiiEB'r Aivu uiMDD-nncipii, non.
took la Slaht.
Receipt or live stock at ths six principal
western markets yesterday:
. Cattle. Hugs. Sheep.
tfouth Omaha ,
12ft 2.9J-I , !,()
, 100 1XM
, 793 3.780
. 4'l 1.6M )
. 400 10.000 I.CHai
8.818 21,v0 8,1.
Kansas City ,
eif York Mower Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6-MONEY-On eall.
nominal; no loan. Tim toana, dull and
steady; sixty, ninety and six month. 3
"RJME MERCANTILE PAPER-JT pf
""'sTERl-lNO EXCHANGE Firm, with ac
tual business In bankers' bill at 3i.8iM4JI
4 5396 for demand and at t4.OQ4 8010 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates, H.ll and
14I4H; commarcial bills. 84 7lr44 80.
SILVER Bar, 8V; Mexican dollars. 83o.
BON Db Government, steady; railroad,
firm. . '
Quotations on bonds today1 war fol
lows: a let. 2a, ra
HWiJaaa aa. I aanaa... lit
f. 8. U. rs
da 4 ctfa t
4a 4Ha rUi lit
I 14 aarla.. .......
I'. 8. el4 4a, ra....l L H. aai
eoueo iui1 Mas. t. a
V. a B 4a. rag.
Am. Tobecc It....
Alchlao . 4. ..
do 4J. 4t
Atiaatla C. L. at.,
aai. Ohl It....
Brook. R. T. t. 4a.
Ctrl ef Ot. It..
.101 to lat iuu Jlti
Tl Mis. A St. L. It ... IV
.lit at.. K. A T. as IM
4 la Ill,
H. n. S. ef at. c. 4a. HH
. H K. Y. V. s. '
.101 N. i. C. g. la "ll4
. K'a.N racist la ... IWS
. Ml 4 la fit
.111 N. A W. a. 4 M4
. )'4;(). 8. t rM. la H
. 12 iPae. (tut. mt......lWS
. MHiat4is ia. 4....'. ft
.104 St. LAI. at. r. I ..111'
. , . I.. I. g. la U. M
a lat tar
4a 14 Ine
4a M lea
Chat. A Obi 4e..
rhuiio A A. IHa.
C.. B. A Q. a. I.... Iit. U B. w. a. ... it
C. a- 1. A F. as.... 4taaor4 A. U 4-... H'4
lo rol. la tl 19. yat:i9i 4 K't
VC.C. A 81. U f 4a. .1114' 4 lat 4a otfa 94
rale. It, ta. tor. a. iva. nativar aa liat
Colorado MI4. 4a Th
Ttua " la !)'
t ela. A So.
2 ,lr.. st. L A w. ia.
I aloa Pa. llf 4a.
. K '
. B. 0
I. 0- 4s. I'Kisa,
t Sac la.... nW
it'. 8. cl II It.
Kn . I. aa
Itel 4o 4ah. B
4a a as at
Moeklnx Val. ISta... 1IT
Jaaaa 4a IT
Wester M4. 4..
W. L. . la. .
Wit. Ceatrsl 4..
Hw York Mlaloc Slook
NEW YORK. Oct. 4 Cloelna quotations
on mining Mocas were:
tittle Cklaf ...
Small Hopas ..
rot. r.i. a v
Hue lllrse IM
iroa 8iiTr let
Lea4llk C I
ST. IXJl'IS. Mo., Oct. 6 -WOOL-Steady :
ineoium graoo. ooitining na OloiniKg, et
t'-'7rsc; Jigi l fine. Uq.'lc;. ' Out. Ji4f
Ue, tub ahd, f.'aC '
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