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TIIK OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1906.
CRUX AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Opaaa Titm and AdTtncet TLrourh
LOCAL CASH DEMAND IS MUCH FIRMER
.Export Hoslaesa Reported Very Llgfct,
Taaagh Liverpool options Art
Rlgber Practically So Trade
la Local Cora. Mark.
OMAHA. Oct. . 1M.
J Wheat did well today, owning Arm and
M advancing ,e. Trade la atlll very light
si.d the range of price arnall. Liverimol
1 eras atronir, but aa that market yeateiday
F failed to respond to American cable, thia
had little effect. Caah demand locally ki
better and the price a lead y. Export bual-
nw waa Blow,
i. unlet; October, nominal;
i'Vl; January, 4a I'ad.
i-:w wink i,i:v.Hti. mrkkt
of the l'
NEW YORK. Oct. t. FIM'R-Hecdpla.
T.9.n bhi ; export. .I17 bbl.; sOe, 860
pkg. Market dull and about steady; Mm
rveaota patents, fl.l.Vrit 4"; Minnesota baker.
Ho3tt; winter patent. I3.75fi4.10; lntr
straight. Il.nii4ia.ua; winter extra. f2.8Ji:
winter low grsdee, $2. 7fi4f 3 El. Rye flour,
firm: fair In wn. 13lfi3n: choice to
fancy. t3.sT.tj4.10. Buckwheat flour, steady.
ti tofi?4 spot and to arrive.
f 'ORNMEAL Steady : fine, white and yel
low 1 ?rv,l.a; coarse, fl.ldVI.12; kiln dried.
I2.75T2M. , .
RYE Firm ; No. 2 etem. 4r. c. I. I.
New York. .
, R ARLEY-Steadv: feeding. 41c. c 1. f.
Buffalo: mnltln. 4ni 5e. e. 1. f. BiilTiln.
WHEAT Receipt. 'U.ScJl bu.: eXHrt.
1R.948 bu.: aalea. l,4Vfioo bt.; future 4.n')
bti. Spot market. Arm; No. 2 red, TK'.c.
elevator; No. 5 red. TSc. f. o. b. afloat; No.
I northern Tlliltlth SfiUc". f. O. h. aflont;
No. a hard winter. 81c, f. o. b. afloat. The
NEW YORK STUCKSANDBONDS
' aaaBBaaaaaam ' " ' '
Iftrkct Faili to Btipoad to Laaderahip of
a Taw ctranr Ismea. '
HEAVY TONE PRLVtLt THROUGHOUT
Pennsylvania la tke Only Railroad
Issue that Iktni Aay Large
Mobility or Activity
Ron da Arc Flraa.
Tha corn market waa Inactive and prlcea -,,.. market had nod hull support all
were unchanged. Receipts arc moderate n(1 ln 0 a rtow outside trade
and the demand fair. Weather waa good
for maturing the crop and mat generally
Primary wheat receipt were 1.2O3.000 bu.
and ehlpmenta 890.000 ba., against receipt
laat year of 1,136,000 bu. and shipment of
6O4.O0U bu. Corn receipt were bjO.Ooj bu.
and ehlpmenta 104.000 bu., against receipt
laat year of 431.000 bu. and ehlpmenta of
481.0m bu. Clearance were 894.WU0 bu. of
wheat. 271.000 bu. of corn and flour and
wheat equal to 411,000 bu.
Liverpool cloeed VuHd higher on wheat
and unchanged to So higher on com.
Mlnneapolla wired: "Movement of wheat
In country la very light. The Minnesota
crop a going to be very disappointing: in
first place it waa not aa large aa estimated
and r In have damaged it seriously since
harvest. There will be very little If any
Local range ot option:
Artlclee.l Open.) Hlgb. Low. Close. Yey.
74 r4 fcTH 67
71 71 71 '1
an a e 31'
Omaba Cak galea.
WH EAT No. t hard. car. 67Hc: 1
ear, 7o; No. t hard, 1 car, 6c; 2 ears,
fcSc: 1 car, ASo.
CORN No. 1. 1 ear, 40c; No. 4. 1 car,
tfsjc; Mo. 1 yellow, 1 car. 4Ac. . ,
Omaba Caah Prteee.
k WHEAT No. I hard. 6747o; No. I
bard, 637c; No. 4 hard, SlVic; No. S
CORN No. a, 40c; No. S yellow, 40-8-40 V4c:
No. white, 41Vic.
OATS No. f mixed, SOVWISOc: No. I
White, 8l431c; No. 4 white. 81-6 HC
RYE No. 2, 6c; No. a. 64HC.
Wheat. Corn. Oata,
St. Lou la ...
CHICAGO ' GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
reatwrea ot tho Trad I a a: an Cloalaa;
, Prlcea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. . A Blight advance ln
the price of wheat In Liverpool and the Im
proved caah and export demand cauaed
a. firm tone today In the local wheat mar.
get. At the cloe wheat for December
waa up Ko. Corn waa Ve higher. Oata
were up a ehade and provision were hxd
12Ua to 1&917HO higher.
The wheat market waa firm all day. At
the opening there waa aome covering; by
ahorta, who were Influenced by an ad
vance In curb price at Mlnneapolla and
' by higher prlcea at Liverpool. Commission
bouaea were moderate buyer. Through
out the day offering came largely from
bears, who Bold for short account, there
. being little long wheat for aale. Report
from the Pacific coast Indicated a more
active demand for export and this strength
,ened the local market. Another bullish
factor wag the Improved demand for caah
wheal at the principal grain centers, ac
companied by an advance at Kanaaa City
of lo a bushel The total volume of busi
ness ws not large. The market cloatd
firm with prlcea at the highest point of
the day. December opened H'Jc higher,
at 74374.c, aold off to 74H74fio and
then advanced to 74i?74To. Final quota-
tionav wer a f 44.C; Clearance of wheat
and . flour were equal to 418,609 buahela.
The world' visible aupply, according to
, Bradatreet'a, Increased 1,600.000 buahela
' Primary receipt - were l.arO.OOO buahela,
compared with 1.136,000 bushel for the
oorrvapondtng day laat year. Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of
1,046 car, against 1.181 cars laat week and
S60 car on year ago.
Trading in the corn pit was only mod
erately active and price ruled steady.
' Karly In the day sentiment was Inclined
to be bearish, because of the selling of
the May delivery by a leading commission
bouse. Local receipts -today were some
what under the estimated amount and to.
morrow's arrivals are placed at only 167
. car. Thl had a steadying effect on the
market and the firmness of wheat was also
an Influence. The market closed steady.
December opened a ahade lower at 42t
42Hc sold oft to 42o and then advanced
to 424o. The close waa at 4!Hc Iocnl
receipts were S4S cars, with 230 cars of con-
. tract grade.
Oata showed considerable firmness, al
though prices made only a slight advance.
Notwithstanding favorable weather In the
. northwest for the movement of the crop,
reoelpts at Minneapolis today were only
' U cars, against 90 cars for the same day
last year. This fact had considerable ff
1 feet upon the market. Pit traders and
commission house were the principal buy
ers, while the selling waa mostly by caah
houses. December opened He lower at
t4ttc, -old between S4Hft04Sc and closed at
' 14Hti'34Hc. Local receipt were ItiS care.
The feature of' trading ln provision was
buying of October lard and rlba by ahorta.
There was also fair buying of the January
products by investors. Selling was mainly
by local longs. Tho market waa Arm for
the greater part of the day. At the cloae
January pork waa up 1Mi17Vo at US 72V
13.75. Lard waa up lOGUVrC at f8.07tf;.10.
Rlba were lObrntjC higher ut I7.42H.
Bat I mated receipt for tomorrow: Wheat.
I cars; com, 167 cars; oata, .12 cars; hog
; 2M00 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
was firm, closing partly ie nei nianer.
Higher cables and the strength of north
west markets contributed to the bullish
feeling In connection with liberal clear
ances. Bales Included: No. i red, May.
i4S,c: closed at Mc; December. l'4t'
KUkc: closed at Kr.
CORN Receipt . 49.713 bu
bu. ; sales. 24.0"O bu. spot. Spot market
steady: No. 2. B4'.c. elevator, and Mc f.
o. b. aflont; No. 2 yellow, 6"4r. ungraded
mixed; No. 2 white. Wc. Option market
wa without transactions, closine: net tin
changed. jHntiary closed at 4f4c: May
closed at 4fSc: December closed at BH&c.
FKET-Flrm; spring bran, f3n W. October
shipment; mlddllnva. f?l.!tr, October ship
ment; city. f:o.5ofl 55.6".
HAT Firm: shlooln. firm: good to
choice. f! OtVTifl.RR.
HOPB Steoilv: common to choice. 2l1f
I4e; lanfi. irfl7c: Piclfle coast. lMilc.
HIDKS Rteady: Oalveston. 20 to 'X lb.,
and California. II to 25 lbs.. 21c: Texas,
dry. 24 to ) lbs.. 19c.
LFATMFVR Bteadv; acid. WHfl27c.
PHOVISIONR Beef, nteadv; family, 211.60
ffl?00: mesa, fR.0iiirf9.no: beef hams, f21.l"'u!
22.50; packet. fin.00ff1V6n; cltv extra India
mess. aifl.0O43r16.6O. Cut meals, quiet; pick
led bellies. 110 2Mi12-60; pickled shoulders
nominal; pickled ham. f11WV-.fl 2.00. Ird.
firm: western prime. f! 2019.30; refined,
firm: continent. tf5S4: Bouth America,
1 10.25: compound. f9.r-WrT.7S. Pork, nteadv;
family. tl swift no; short clear. tl6.6O4ilS.50;
TALLOW fiteadv. cltv (2 per pkg).
6ie: country (pkgs. freeV 6(,fiW.
RICE Quiet; domestic, fair to extra, 3H
Cr;v4c; Japan, nominal.
BtlTTKR Firm: extra creamerv. 2l4r.
Official prices: Creamery, common to ex
tra. 1947 26c; held, seconds to- extra, 214i
!6e; state dairy, common to fancy, IS iff)
25c; renovated, common to extra, 1622c:
western factory, common to firsts, 16 Hi
19Hc; western Imitation creamery, firsts,
CHEESE Steady; state, full cream,
small fancy, ll'fcc; state, fair to good,
12412Hc; state, large fancy. 13V.c;
atate, fair to good, 12 ?4 013c; atate. In
terior. 104 C 11 lie.
ETMT8 Easy; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected, white. 12a3c; stste.
cnoice. ji!jhic: state, mixei fancy, zxc
western first. 25c; official price, 24'825e;
POULTRY I.Jve, weak: spring chicken".
iz"c; rowis ana turkeys. 14c. uressen. nrm
western spring chickens, ll915c; spring tur-
eys, iwqwk; rowis, utpi&o,
NliW YOHlv. Oct. . Stocks failed tj
resHn1 10 1 ue leaoersulp of a few issuo
wn.ca showed strentiili t...Uy ana the co.i
O.tiou 01 tne niarKt-t oecau e ktnnigic dur
ing ihu Utter prt ot the day. 1 ne
grounu for the neglect into wnlch tne
uuii.t'i K'il wa nut civar. but tne way
in which stock wa aiippued on any au
Vance and Hie absence 01 large iranaac
t.ons fi;rced the iinpieaslun inai the con
trolling powe.a in thu markxi desired a
pernio 01 speculative quirt. Traders pro
fessed to !; in some ot the selling a
cnaracter that intimidated them from any
attempts to cnui tne inulncrence thvis
signalised. 1 here wa no pressure at
my time and tn movement at one or
two points in the list where advance oc-
to be lor sustaining
export. 130.H11 curred were bcl.eved
Bf. I.nnla General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. . WHEAT Firm
track. No. a red, cash. TH?77c; No. 2 hard,
ztiic; uecemner, (kc; May, niriio.
CORN Unchanged; track, No. 2 caah.
4(yn'4tVjc; i.ecemoer, ttic; way, 41 wc; no,
2 white. 46e4tMo.
OATS Firm; track. No. i cash, 3434Ho;
December, 14Hc; May, 15Hc; No. t while,
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, f3.l5
93.40; extra fancy and straight, 12. Si 'a 3.16;
clear, iz. awx id.
SEEDS-Tlmothy, ateady, t3.754.00.
CORNMEAL Steady. t2.60.
' BRAN Bteady; sacked east track, ft ft
HAT Steady; timothy, tl2.0O3'l.V00; prai
IRON COTTON TIES 1. 02.
HEMP TWINE fc
PROVISIONS Pork. steady; Jobbing
fl6.60. Lard, steady: prime steamed
ta.66. Dry salt meats, steady; boxed
extra: ahorta, I9 60; clear rlba, 19.62 H
hort clear, t9.76. Bacon, ateady: boxe!
extra short, flO.25: clear libs, fiO.tTH
Short clear, fl0.62H.
POULTRY Steady; chicken. 10c
springs, 10o: turkeys, 13c; ducks, c;
BUTTER Stronger; creamery, S3027HC
p-.d(i I9r easo aount.
Flour, bbls 10.000 1,001
Wheat, bu. ...68.000 42.000
Com, bu ,...it,000 62,000
Oats, bu 4,00O . 61,000
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. . FLOUR First
patents. t4.30(ff4.30: second patents, t4.lCW
4.1b; tint clear, e4.ro44a.au, scuoiiu ciesu,
(Superior Board of Trade quotation for
Mlnneapolla ana irucago aeuvery;. 1 ne
range of prlcea. as reported by F. D. Day
Co., 110-111 uoara or Trade, wast
Artlcle. Open. Hlgh.j Low. Close. Ye y.
Articles. I Open. High. LW. Clone.
C. s. rf fc.
do eoueoa . . .
r. i rt
V n! 4 re..
r. . new , re..
Am. Tobaoco 4s
AtrMnon ten. it ...
4o til. it
Atlantic C L. 4s...
Mil A Ohio 4
B R. T. c.
font ml at O. ta...
dn 1st Ine
flo Id Ine
do Id Ine
Cites. a nhlo 4S.
entente a A. !
r . b. J n it.
C. R. I. P. 4a.
fln eol. 4
mobility. ineiv . crv w l. (. 4
peraiions in umi 1 coin. tnd.
trerve, snows; Available rash bnlance,
t:2,977.h; aottl coin and bullion. tlll.4-1.--'7;
gold certiflcatea, f48.10a.tMi.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. MONEY On call,
firm. aHitv per cent; ruling rats. 4 per
rent; closing bid, H per cent: offered at
4 per cent. Time leans, easy; sixty days,
5WU per cent: ninety days. fluH ler cent;
six months. 5H1i tr cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-ff7 per
C8TER1.INQ F.XCHANOTS Strong, with
actual business in bankers' bills at t4 64Mi
4 4 for ilemand and at f4.weft4 t for
slxty-dav bills; posted rates, $4.R11M 81H and
f4 M4 4: commercial bills. t4 H4.'V
S1LVFR Bar, 4Pic: Mexican dollars, 63c
BciNDS Ooverninent, steady; railroad,
on bonfls today were as rci-
lUMAUA LIVE STOCi MARKET
Lartra lc!pU of Oatilt,
'. " ioo
. t wo
11 75 j
1 Cash iuotatlons were a follows:
FLOUH 6tedy; winter pntenta, tXttxr
a.4tt; 'lnter siralghu, 13.103.25: spring pat
eats, fa strangiits, 13.30lu'j.0; bakera,
WHEAT No. 2 vnrlng.' 71'4A; No. 2, TV
fee; No. J red, rJtdiVec. ,
CORN No. 2. 4h40: No. 2 yellow. 46c.
OATS No. i. a'c; No. 2 white, iiHt
S4ic: No J white, 32,i3:'e.
HYlN 2. -fj'jlc. -
BARLEY Fair to choice malting. 44jrrt2c.
riEKL'S No. 1 tlax. tl.taj; No. 1 north
wealern. ' fl.L'S. Prlnu- timothy, f 1.00.
Clover, contract grade. I13.'W.
PROVISIONS Short illia, aides (loosel.
f4 70i8.sw. MfMS pork, per bbl., tl4.60. Laid,
xtfT 0 lb , tf.fO. HI a) 11 clear alUea (boxod).
Kollowlng were the receipts and alilu-
inents of flour ana grain:
Minneapolis Cash Cloae wheat: No.
hard. 7ti'.c; No. 1 northern, 7fHo; No.
northern. 73kc: No. 1. 70S'mifcc: No.
durum, 2Vi; No. t durum. 59e; to arrive,
W,c. Corn: No. 3 yellow. 43V,c: No. 3,
44c. Oata: No. I white. S14c; No. 8. SS
VWhic. Barley, 663740. Flax. 31.114.
Visible Supply of Grain.
NEW YORK. Oct. . Special cable and
telegraphic communication received by
Bradstreets how the following changes in
available supplies aa compared with pre
Available supply, bushels: Wheat,
United State and Canada, east of Rocklea,
increased 4,187,000. Afloat for and ln Eu
rope, Increased 4.400.000 bu. Total sup
ply. Increased 8.587.000 bu.
Corn. United State and Canada, east of
Rockies, increased 629,000 bu.
Oata, United Statea and Canada, eaat of
Rocklea, decreased 278,000 bu.
The leading Increase reported thl week
are 8.711.000 bu. in Manitoba; 112.000 bu.
In Lincoln, Neb., and vicinity; 72,000 bu.
at Omaha; 60,000 bu. at Rochester ; 61.000
bu. at Dal la and 60.000 bu. at the Mln
neapolla private elevator.
The leading decrease are: 318,000 bu.
at the Chicago private elevator; 150.000
bu. at Nashville and 60,000 bu. at Oood
- Corn, bu. ...
iats. bu. ...
I Rye. bu ....
t Harley. bu.
. . . !
Kanaaa City Grain and Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 9. WHEAT De
cember, 6Sc; May, 724c; cah. No. 2 hard,
titj7V3; N'- 67&70c; No. 2 red. 70a71c;
No. 3. 74iSic.
CORN-December. S74c; May, SS',c: caah.
No. t mlxd, 42c; No. white. 4i'H434c.
OATS No. 2 white. 33Vw4c; No. i mixed.
HAY Steady; choice timothv. f 11. 750
12.00; choice prairie. I9.009.50.
It YE Steady. 67Oc.
KOUH Higher: extraa, 1 21 Ho; - firsts,
cs Included, 204r; second. 194o.
BUTTER Creamery, It; pack'ng. lie. J
Receipt. Shipments. I
Wheat, bu "9.000 174. 00
Corn, bu 20,000 14,000 1
Oat, bu S.000 10,000 !
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. , Oct.. 9. BUTTER
Firm, good demand; extra western cream
ery, cittclal prhe 2BHo; ttreet price. 17c;
extra nenrby prints, 29c.
KOO8 Firm, goini demand: nearby fresh
and western fresh, 25c. at murk.
CHEESE Firm demand; New York full
cream, fancy. i;o4'oijc: ew York run
New tork full
I'he railroad list was conspicuously neg
lected and Pennsylvania wa the emy
lock of flmt rate Importance to show
ny Urge activity or mobility. 1'heiv
were sou e large buvlng o
stock accompanied by rumor of an Inten-
lon to raise the diviucna rate in 1
per cent at the next div.dend perioa.
There was a rise of a point also in the
ubSidiary Chesapeake a Ohio, but when
b'Canie known that the direciora wno
were expected to act on an Increased divl-
end touuy had failed to ecure a quorum.
he inoveinent ran out. A rumored dlvl-
end Increase stimulated Amalgamatexl
opper also In the early dealings. To
moderate strength In Union I'acinc waa
ue to the expectations of the early pun-
Icatlon of the annual rfport In pamplilet
form, which la expected to contain much
o commend the atock to buyer, but 11
was announced that several WePKS WOUIO
probably Intervene before the nport would
go to stockholders. Oeneral Electric adr
vanced on rumnri 01 un intennea iwa
Issue with valuable aubacrlptlbn prlvl
legea. It carried with it other atocks of
companies in the same line of Industry,
notably Weatinghouse Electric.' American
Locomotive and Aius-unaitner. Ameri
can Smelting also extendea us receiu
Money In the local market conunuea to
work easier and there wa a disposition
to shade the per cent rate on time
loans for the first time In .many week.
Foreign markets had more Influence on
money consideration than the domestic
situation. There was some slight relax
ation in tho London money market. The
conviction la grneral that the Imperial
Bank of Germany will raise its otscouni
rate tomorrow. The foreign exchange
market here was very strong snd rose
st one time over a half cent pound ster
ling. The heavy tone of the later msr
ket persisted to the closing, except in
Bonds were nrm. Total aies par
f3,3rt2.(KH). United Statea bonds were un
changed on call.
The followins waa tne range 01 prices un
the New York Stock exchange: ' .
Balsa, min. ijow.
Amalgamated loppor ....
American C. A P
Am. C. A F. pfd
American Cbttnn Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. L. pit...
American Ire, aaru Titles.
Am. Unwed Oil
Am. Linseed Oil pfd
Am. Locomotlv 14.400 T74 7414
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. B. A R
Am. a. A R. pfd
Am. Buxar Raflnlnf
Am. Tobacco pfd clfo...
Anaconda Mining Co....
Atlantic Coaat Lias
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Traaalt
central of New Jersey.
Cheaapaak A Ohio
Chlcaao Oroat Western. .
f'htcaiA AV N. W
Chlcaao. at. A 8U P 4.700 174S4 174
f'hloaio T. A T.r.
Chlcaio T. T. pfd
C, C, O. A St. L
Colorado P. A 1
Colorado A Bo
Colorado A Bo. 1st pfd.
Colorado A 80. Id pfd...
Cora Products ,
Cora Products pfd
naiawar ac Huaaon....
Delasrars, L. A W
Danrer A R. O
D. A R. O. pfd
Plrtlllers Securities ....
En let pfd
EH id pfd
Hocking Valley, offered.
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
Iowa Central pfd
Kanaaa City 80
at. O. Bo. pfd
Loulseills A Naah
Mlnneapolla A St. L :.
M , Bt. P. 8. 8. M
M . Bt. P. 4k 8. 8. M. pfd.
M., K. A T
M . K. A T. Dti
N. R. R. ot M. pfd
N. T. Central
N. Y., O. A W
Norfolk A W
N. A W. pfd
Pacific Mall .,
People's Oaa ..
p.. c, c. a at. l
Pressed Bteel Car ,
Pressed, t C. pfd
Pullman Palace Car....
Heading let pfd
Reading Id pld
Republic Bteel pfd....
Rock laland Co
Hock laland Co. pfd..
Bt. L. A 8. P. id pfd
Bt. Lou I, 8. W
Bt. L 8. W. pfd
Bo. Pad Be 14 100 H
Bo. Pariac pfd
Bo. Railway pfd
Tsfineaaes C at I
Texaa A Paclne
T.. Bt. L. A W
T . 81. L. A W. pfd
Vnlon PaelAe pfd
U. 8. Expreaa
V. 8. Realty
I'. 8. Rubber
t;. a. Rubber pfd
11. 8. Bteel
ti. 8 Bteel pfd
Va. -Carolina Cham. pfd.
Wabaah pfd MuO 44
Weatinghouse Kleclria 000
Weetern L'nloa gim t
Wheeling L. E 700
Wlbconein Central 7110
Wle. Central pld Hi
Northern Puclflu 8. luO
Central Leather ioo
Central Leather pfd xoo
Oreat Northern p'd 3,700
Interhorough Metropolitan.. 4lN
Int. Mctropolltaa pfd too
...1" J.pan 4e id eerie.. H
...ien da 4e rtfa "
...KHi do ' ctfa
...IMH do M series
...I- Via. r a 4
...1, -Mee Central 4...
...U'P4 dn 1st Inr
...11 "4 Minn. A Bt. L 4s
... Tf M K A T. 4s...
...111H dno Se
...Itl-O K. R. R. of M. . 4s. f
... H N. T. C. . 'aa
't N. 1 r t lW't
...lei'tNo Parllc ts 10.14
... do 3a Tt.1t,
... SJ4 'ft. A W. e. 4a fS
.. .111-410. a. L efdg. 4s..... M
... It Penn. erne. IV lnt
... ttiReadlnt en. 4e. 00
... 0'.'Rt. L. A 1 M. e. 5s..11tt
14i at. U A B T. fft. 4a. v.
HOfiS SHOW CONSIDERABLE WEAKNESS
Literal Reeelpls of Haeep and Lasnba,
knt Set o ltrsjo as ll Week
Prlees Continue snowing
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. . !
i OOlclal Monday ,
Cattle. Hogs. Sneeti.
William Markej-.-. D.
T teer. ... 9ot 3 25 13 cow 930 fan
Mrs Anna 8. Cooper 8 D.
44 steers... 11M 8 s5
llnrrl hnilln 8. D.
47 steer. ...1 4 45 1 steers.. ..1161 f
It It. Dee 4olo.
59 cows.:... jsM 3011 29 cows H78 ?
HOll." Hogs sold anywhere from stemlv
lo 6c lower tlila morning, according to the
kind of bogs and the war they struck tli-;
buyer. It wa the evident intention T
buyers to bear the market a mm h a 5c.
but recelpta were smell and II w haul
work te get price down. The trade ws
not verv active, but the hog kept ellltm
and the bulk changed hands In tlr season.
A noted yeatt-rday the hog aro elllii
at a much lower range than ws the care
a week or ten daya ago. Thla due to
the fact that light bog are not command
ing as much premium over h-avlem as tin y
Colorado Mid. 4a.
Colo. AV 80. 4s...
T. A R. O.
04 St. L. 9
0S 1 Bo. PacIRe 4a ...
tt I do let 4s ctfa..
KltH Bo. Railway (s. . .
74V4 Teiaa A P. la...
75s, ST.. Bt. LAW,
M il'nlon Pscinc 4s.
1tHlt' 8 Bteel td as
KW Wabaah la
Planners' Bsc. Is.... r, in deb. g
Erie p. I. 4e ion IWeeter Md. 4s. ,
do sen. 4s W. , L. B. 4s .
Hocktnf Val. 44a....in7vt Wis. Central 4a..
U N anl. 4s 1I"H Japs 4s rtr....
Japsn 4s tTV
" Raits Stock and Bonds.
BOSTON. Oct. 10 Call loans, 54CH pet
cent; time loans. f1iK4 per cent. Official
nuotationa on stocka nnd bond were
Atrhlon adj. 4e t Amalgamated
do 4s lOlujAtlantlc
Mei. central 4s. 7t4lfilnKhani
Two days this week... .13971 60,114
Same days laat week. .. .14.811 6 .!.,. i
Sam two Weeae ago 14.147 8. 1'6 5.1, t.
Hume three week ago...ll.U2 8. Til 2d. 79.
8ame four weeks ao... .13.704 9.762 a7,l6
. Same days last year 10,752 .o76 24,74
I in louowiiig tame sliow.-t tho receipts of
rattle, nog and sheep at South oniana ior
the year to date, compared with last year
Catt: 770.144 742.277
Hog 2.09.619 1.M2.771
Sheep I,6g,ii9 l.i.W.192
pood t rholce corn-led steers..
Fair to good corn-fed steers
Common to fair oorn-fed steers
ood to choice range sierra
Fair to good range steer
Common to fair range steer...
Good arrass mm ..a 1, I f n ra
Fair lo arxvt eoava anrf belfara.. 1.4Utl3.00
f.'ommon to fair cows and heifers.. 1.6o2.4j
good to choice tocker and fdrs.. J.txU4-6v
Fair to good atockers and feeder.. 8.2vu4JO
Common to fair Blocker J.75U3 20
Bull, tag, etc l.7f.a.f
Veal calves 4XbA
lbs following table shoe. the wveiage
price of hoga at South Omaha for the laat
aeveral days, with romp n sons:
nofltnn A Albany
eRoeton A Main.
Boston Kleeated ..
Mexican Central ..
N. T.. N H A H
epere Marqiiett ..
Am. Ante. CTtem. pfd ttS .Oaeeols
Amir. Pneu. Tabs.. . .11. 'Parrot
Amer. Busar 1344!Qofny
cel. V Hecla..
fat Rnrale ....
Mas. Mining ..
lit Mlcr.lt, s
la .Mont. C. A C.
174 ,ld Dominion
.. It. 100
.. " ioo
. . .
ti - 11
Total aalea for the day. T74 000 ehare.
do pfd 114
Amer. T. A T 1st "
Amer. Woolen m
flo pfd lot
'Dominion I. A 8... n
Edison Elee. Ilia tu
Maaa. Rleetrle IN
do pfd 44
Maao Oas 41
t nlted FYult ltrf
Vnlted Shoe Mach.... 7
17. 8. Btsel
Vnlted Copper .
t . B. Mining...
r. a. on
North Putle ....
. 1 'Nevada
. 4N'ral. A Artiosa.
, 7IArlaona Com ...
. tl Greene Con ....
.. 4.3ta u
,. 4 era 0 00.
,. 4.U04 M
.. a 60114 04
Oat. j Ifuf. ;iM.ll.l02. 11901. ,1X0.
Boston tmpper Market.
Closing Quotations on floaton coooer mar
ket, reported by Logan & Bryan, 2 Board
of Trade building, Omaha:
Ble.'k Mountain ...
Calumet A Arlxooa.ua
Calumet A Hecla. ...4.14
L. 8. A Ptttsbarg..
7 Mlrhlcan IT
41 Mohawk 4
17 Nevada Ceeeolloeted.. n
f lt t 65! 6 121 7 311
f 131 f 69 I 711 7 Mi t 69
1 t 061 t oC 10 4"l T W S 4i "
4 30 I I S 64 6 191 7 88 34 15 08
1 1 os! 1 1 1 7 11 6 U I 03
I (tl 7 3D S 10
I 73; 6 6l 7 6 69' 6 111
6 74 7 311 6 i8 t 20
f 761 6 67 Ml 6 16
S 09j 5 56 7 i 6 11
9k Pr. No. Ae Bh
a iii n t ii
Mil 44 fee 40
IIS 4 . 14 lie
IS) 4 T a.' "4 40
11 4 M 44 127 ...
... Ill 74 2t ...
10 t It 41 11 ...
40 4 14 l S' 40
... 4 17 74 Stl SO
120 4 17 S fat 40
... 4 !7 74 141 . . .
... I ti tl ft ISO
40 4 te 40 137 140
4 4 41 Ill
... 4 to l'f I 4
... 4 te 74 S
14 I tn 47 Its Soo
OA II A 1 Mill KMI.E ettltKF.T.
Condition of Trade ana Oaetlntlaa on
Staple and Inset Trodnre.
EC.OS -rer d8 . i:c.
LIVK I itt- H.'ttv
6tc; tin kt vs. py; tlnck
t . .eke n-. i-.
Itl TTER- I'm -king sleek. IV; choice t
jfsiicy Umii. atiAtt;, ciesi'ei. v-lc
IIAY-I ;i.. yunud b) Onmlia I com
pany; I l.oic- t.plac.l. lJe.i; nieJi(itn. " Wj
coarse, Ikwul 6 Rye stian, 60 5I ISA
I1KAN-I er Ion, 115 '.
stii:t roT.Tti :s-rr ii'.. f
1 O.uA I t'C.o- i itiu.e llunn, 11
. It'S . 403tH-.
TLRNIIS. HEKT9 ANI CA RKO'I S-l'ef
1 bu.. 7i'.c.
, l.l'Al' LETTUCE He thou. I'er
I heeds. .41',
CKI KR V-Tcr d 1 . ?;S4tV.
CUCL'MREfiS- lloini; Kl'uWti. Ier
ONI(N8-lIomi' aronn. t-rx- p r Int.;
leh, II. 10 r r criite.
N A V It e.Al l""er ton.. II ?3: No. - tl
1.1 MA MKANH-T'i V.. fcV;C.
O KEEN rtSPPEP.S-Per market basnet.
PAR3I.RY Kullinttsp, per 1 . Lurches.
CAHBAQK-Home trrown. per
RANOB OF PTtlCES.
Omaha flft20 t6i6'r.4"
ChlcaRO l.(f45l.26 6.7ifl.75
Kansas City 1.75$4.M 60U.f6
St. Ixiul tOtarY6.6d 6.0t6.iio
Sioux aty 12Mj4.:o S-l-L.TO
The official number of car of stock
brought in today by each road was:
C, M. A Bt. P 3 2
Missouri Pacific 4 3
Union Paclne 88 10
C. A. N. W. (east!.... 2 .1
C. At N. W. (wistl....lll 16
C. St. P.. M. A O.... 8 7
C, B. A Q. (east).... 8 8
C, H. A Q. (west). ...170 15
C, R. I. A P. (east).. 2 .1
C. R. I. A P. (west).. 2 t
Illinois Central f
Chi. Great Western .. S 3
14 North Butt
t -Old Domini
11 Pnau. Barrio
It t-alted Prull
24 t nlted Btatea, eon
14 . t nlted States, pfd.
14 Vteb Consolidated.
s 't'tah Copeer
LONDON, Oct. 9. Money waa ln quiet
demand ln the market today and supplies
were plentiful. Discounts were dull and
somewhat nervous.. Trading on the Stock
exchange waa dull.' but moderate Invest
ment hardened consols. Otherwise tha
business transacted was Insignificant, being
confined to arranging the settlement. Rus
sians further hardened. American
opened irregular and' inactive. Prlcea
moved around parity during the forenoon
with steadiness ln. a few Instances. The
market waa active lo the afternoon on
and Canadian Pacific receiving good at
New York advice. United BtAtes Steel
Total receipt ....397. 76 79
The disposition of the day' receipt
follow, each buyer purchasing
number of need Indicated :
Cattle. Hogs Sheen.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift anl Company..
Cudahy Packltg Co....
Armour A Co .
Armour A Co., f'm Den
Vanaant A Co
Carey A Benton
lobman A Co
McCrearv A Carey
W. I. Stephen
Hill A Son
F. P. Lewis
Hamilton A Rothschild
L. F. Hubs
J. H. Bulla
J. B. Root A Co
g. g, ,,,
T. B. Inghram
V. A. Brltton
Ijehmar Brpa.i .14..
-Hecelpts of sheep this morning
were quite liberal, although smaller than
a week ago by about torty cars. The re
ceipts to date, aa will be noted from the
table, ahnw a considerable falling oft 1
compared with the corresponding two day.i
of laat week.
At the time of closing yesterday re
port the market looked rather aid and a
reporta troni other aelling points wero
not at all reassuring, prospects .enied to
be verv good for tha inarkol at thia point
rloslnaT lower. It did not turn out that
way. While the trade waa at no time
very active, buyere kept taking the of
fering and at the clue there very
little left, ln fact the barn was prac
tically cleared, barring only a tw odiia
and ends. While om sale looked a lilt it
lower the general market was about
steady, there being not enough change in
any direction to quote.
Thla morning tho market opened In
about the same condition a yesterday.
Tho bulk of the receipt consisted of feed
ers and as there wa consineraoie iouimob
around to he none as well as a good desl
of aorting the trade opened out a llltl
alow, still prieoa renmineu in in "
same notches as yesterday, with desirable
kinds of both 8lieeu anu lamna in bi
It would be hard work to imagine a
more satisfactory shoep anu iamo niHrnet
than ha exlstod at thia point right
through the range season up to date. Al
though receipts at times have necn exces
sive, they have not at any tinio ex
ceeded the demand, so that the market has
betm In a good, healthy condition every
uuntationa on killers: . Good to choice
lambs, f4.7bfJ7.0o; fair to good lambs, fM
fti.75; good to choice yearling to.5tiV5.i5;
air to gooo yearlings, au.wiu.ou, iu
choice wethera, f5.0uu6.1(i; good to choice
ewea. ft. 50414. 76.
Uuolatluna on feeders: Lambs. Vi.J'V
t.50; yearling, t6.ir.410. 40; wether, t-4 "3f
5.00; ewca, f3.404i4.50; breeding ewe, 14.. J
Sa8 Wyoming lamb feedera 64
603 Wyoming ewe feeders 2
17 Wyoming ewe reeacrs "
446 Utah ewe 106
561 Wyoming ewe feeders W
218 Wyoming ewe feeders 85
37 Wyoming ewe feeders 9v
94 Wyoming ewe reeaers J
199 Wyoming ewes 106
115 Utah ewes 1"
2MI Wyoming lamb cull feedera. 49
411 Wyoming lamb
619 Wyoming lamb feeder
f6 Utah lamb feeders
6SS Wyoming ewe feeders
G64 Wyoming lamb feeders .a....
1.7 Wyoming lamo leeaers
734 L tali iambs
238 Wyoming lambs
KS5 Wyoming laml) feeders ,.
1048 Wyoming lamb feeders
340 Wyoming lamb feeders
VB) Wyoming lamb feedera
134 Wyoming ewe feeders
1Z v yoming ewe teeuers
211 Wyoming ewes
am Wyoming ewe feeder
264 Idaho lambs
Bank of Germany aaesaent.
BERLIN, Oct f. The weekly statement of
the Imperial Bank of Germany shows tho
following changes: Cash In hand, increased
840,000 marks; treasury notes, decreased hi..
000 marks: other securities, decressed au,
760.0UO marks; note la circulation, decreased
OMAHA, Oct. 9 Bank clearings for to
day were 31.915,673.69 and for the corre
sponding dale last year tl.352,634.60.
BO8TON. Oct. 9. WOOL The market
holda ateady. This Is partly a result of the
strength of the raw materlale markets
throughout the world. Pulled wool are
comparatively quiet. A few small lota of
good and supers have been sold at 620t4c
and white K a at 64U6uc. Both merino and
crossbred Australian wool are In continued
demand. The terltonea, three-eighths and
halfblood are In steady call. Leading quo
tations follow: Miaaourl. three-eighths blood
334i35c; combing quarter blood, 3j84c.
Texaa (scoured basis), fine twelve months',
72rn73c; tine six to eight months', C&ese:
flne fall, clean, 68jfiOc. California (sooured
basis), northern, choice. WijWc; northern,
good, $tt70c; middle counties, 66tic; fall
free. 66io67c. Oregon (scoured basis), east
ern No. 1 staple, 72g74c; e4utern No. 1
clothing, 7tjc; valley No. 1, 61472c. Ter
Itcry, staple tscoured baata). fine, 73iiSf7tc;
fine medium, 6847bc; medium, 66gftif.c. Ter
ritory, ordinary (scoured baM), fine, 7la
7?c: fine medium, 672169c. Colorado and
New Mexico, spring (ncoured), X, 6)'i87u(:;
No. 1. M1iHc. Pulled wools (scoured hauls).
extra. 714) 74c; fln X. 6ix9c; A supers. 6043
B4c; tl suiters, bmitioc. ,
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 8. WOOL-Steady; me
dium grade, combing and clothing, ?3it
274c; light fine, lKfoSlc; heavy fine, 14917c;
tub washed. X!3sc.
London Closing atocks.
LONDON. Oct. 10.-Cloalng ouot.tion. .
NKW TORK. Oct. 9 METALS Th -4
London tin market waa 5a lower at AUieS
15s for spot tin and unchanged at sUM 10a
for futures. Locally tin was steady, with
Quotations ranging from 142 60 to 842. 00.
Copper was higher again ln London, with
apot closing at it 15a and futurea at !i
pie. Locally the market was very sunns
with lake quoted at f.1.0ii 00; electro
lytic and casting at tJU.O0i&':l.0O. Lead
was unchanged locally and at 'aMI
(-.. t ., ,1 n Sn.ll.1 waa hl.h.. at c-n
VI ! Tn .1 In l,nlnn licallv Ihll mirkat avua
JPidiill at ft.15h!0i The English Iron mar
M ket was higher, with Standard foundiy
214 ' quoted at bos oil ana Cleveland warranta
t ooa i. icajo tiic-ie au no cninii
No. 1 foundry northern Is quoted at t.1 (
4(22.00; No. 2 foundry northern at r-t604i
22.00; No. 1 foundry southern at til.Olrft
L'l bo; no. z tounary souinern at tJO.a
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 9. M ETALH Lead,
lower at oi; spelter, nominal at 84. lev
the Stock exchange were
Conaola. mlnay S4 M., g. 4V T
do account ...... M t-ll N. Y. Central.:
Anaconda 14 Norfolk 4t W .
AUhlion 104 do pfd
do pfd let Ontario A W:
oainjiiurat ax ,,niw loaaj renaiilvanla ...
y.M.l'-l : creams, choice, llc:
e.aj.waj creams, fair to good. Ill, 13c.
Mllvrnokee 4; rain Uarkel
On the Produce exchange today the but-I MILWAUKEE.Oct. 9. WHKAT Sleeuiy;
, ter market
case-S inciuueu, iwiw,
flrsta. il4o; extraa. 26c.
flrmi trvanirle. 19ljJ6c; ! No. 1 northern. 7iie;
Kligs, steady; at mark, , ccmher, 74c asked.
flrsta. He; prime
Chetae, firm; UA
No. 3 ye.
' I'eorln tarkrl.
PFOR1A. Oct. 9 CORN Firm;
low Hnd HO. X 464c; Ne 4. 44 a;
'OATS-Steady ; No. white, 34c; No. a
wiilio SSV; No. 4 whit. 32tj3:sc.
H V K Unchanged ; No. 2. hooc.
VHlSKY-n the basis of fl.29.
Liverpool lirn Harkr4. ,
I.IVFRPOOa Oct.: f.-kWHEAT-Spot,
tlrin; No- 2 red western winter, fie; futures,
Sie.idy: !'' her. r 4Ad, 51ari-h. 6s 'I
COltN 4y44 Auieflcuu luixel, 4
RYU Firm: No. 1, eiiiGtVje.
.... ,-V .3-1 . V- o .-
riAlkL.r. i rum, au. , wi
CORN Stead : No. 3 caah,
. Dnlnik Grain Market.
PlIA'TH. Minn.. Oct. 9,-WHEAT-No.
1 hard, on track. T7c. to arrive; No. 1
northern, 7ic: No. 2 northern, 74Sc; (Jcto.
o-.T. 75Hc; December 74Bc; May, 7fSc
OATS To arrive. &.f37c.
Chi a. A Ohio..
Chicago Ot w
('.. M. A 81. P
D A R. O
do lat pfd...
do Id pld...
liw Hand Mine
...141 do pfd
... 14 Souther Par 1 4c
... 44 t'nlon Pacific ...
... a do pfd
... 41 f. . gu.
... eu do pfd
... 72W Wabaah
...171', do pfd
112 tlMnt.k Am
8ILV ER Bar. quiet. Slvd per ounce
MONEY 24 per cent.
The rate of iiiscum In the open market
for ahort bill is 4,4t, per cent; for three
Ken )rk Mlnlnir lneke
NEW YORK. Oct, I0.-Oosing quotations
on mining stocaa were
Toledo Peed ularket.
TOLEImD, O.. Ot. a. SEED Cah
clover. tllT'A: October. f47S, lxcem
; 4t. Timothy, tl Alsike,
j Alice 1....
Brunewtrk too ....
CoeasnM'k Tuusel ..
cen. Cel. A V....
Little Chief ...
Kasali Hopes ..
WA8HINCTTON, Oct. 9 Today's state
mint ol the treasury balance In the gen.
luui. vxviuelve of tbe l50,O90,uuo gold
NEW YORK, Oct. f.-COTTON-Spot
c Iosco quiet; a point aovance; mitlitling
upiana. lu.noc; miauung guir, ti.ioc; aale
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 9 -COTTON Steady;
mltlJiiiig. ioc; saie. g Dales; receipts,
none: shipments, 19 bates: stock. 10.181
NEW ORJ.EANS. Oct. a-COTTON-Spot
closed steady; sales. 10.800 bales; low or
dinary,' T 6-lSc, nominal; ordinary, 7 13-16c,
nominal; good ordinary, VSc; low middling,
9 6-hsc; middling. 9 6.16c: good middling,
10 15-16c; middling fslr. 11 6-lf. nominal;
fair. 11 15-16.-; receipt. 9.607 bales; stock,
LIVERPOOL. Oct. f-CCTTON-Spot.
quiet: prices. 4 points lower; American
middling fair. 6.67d; good middling. t.34d:
middling, 4T-M; low middling. I.kd; g k1
ordinary, f.6id: ordinary, 6 lid; aalea, 6.0uO
bales, of whlrh Sou baiea were for speculae
tion and export and Included 6.1' bait of
American; receipt! IS OX) bales. Including
14.4U) bales or Americana.
Total 7.690 4.907 24.004
CATTLE Receipts"" this morning were
quit liberal, but still somewhat smaller
than week ago. The receipt for the two
week ahow a falling off or aim.iat B.otni
head aa compared with the two days of
last week. The smaller receipts nave put
the market Into a good strong position.
Beef steers this morning opened a Utile
slow, as buyers were Inclined to wait for
late trains before taking bold vory freely.
Still the market was lust about svrarty
and by midday pretty much everything In
eight that was at all desirable was dis
posed of. The market for the Iwo day'
this week has been tn very good conn'
tton considering the fact that there hAit
been an easier tendency at other sellintf
Buyers had an Idea that they could gut
their cow stuff a little lower this morning
and first bids were made In accordance
with that belief. A little later aa it be.
came apparent that the demand waa goal
the trade became fully ateady on all de
airable kinds at least.
There were quite a good many stocker
and feeders carried over tn the hands of
speculators yesterday and most regular
buyers stsrted out this morning bidding
easier prices, as wa ine caae, However,
with some other kinds of cattle it did not
seem an eaay matter to get prices down
and desirable feeders so I In practically
the same notches as yesterday. Common
and undeslrsble kinds were slow and
rather hard to move, but that la the case
almost every day.
184 Wyoming ewes
120 Wyoming ewe
139 Wyoming wether feeders....
167 Wyoming Wether feeder....
2f.f Wyoming wether feeders....
860 Wyoming lamb feeders.......
419 Wyoming lamb feeders
549 Idaho lamb feeders....
155 Idaho lambs
146 Idaho lambs
937 Wyoming lamb feeders
275 Wyoming wether feeders ....
279 Wyoming yearling
913 Wyoming lamb feeders
233 Wyoming yearling feeders...
748 Wyoming ewes, feeder
272 Wyoming ewes
240 native ewea
810 Wyoming lambs, feeders...,
1047 Wyoming lamba. feeders....
383 Montana lambs, feeder
469 Montana lambs, feeders
421 Montsna lamba, feedera
457 Wyoming lamba
EO( I'l , NT- per b et
POTATOES Per Int.,-"erttrc.
ORANiiRS-ValitKuia. accor.llng to alio.
14 il.'.i (. :
LF.MnVS-t.l-onle'e r' f"ev t"'
1 el, JT : Vtf .lie. t,r.tiifP: :1'0 ? a tvNfl
9.V0: other brmuls $1 '.
BANANAS.-- t er 1 i; i-nued bunch.
fl.T.ifi'-' ?il Jltmbo. f".jtri;V,(U.
DATES Per lb., iu:e. ,
PEACHES Colorado, . NOr'uM.!"; Unll-
fornla Etnlwaya. per hor. fl.tm.
PI .t'Mrv 1 .leaoc It. ili,.c 1 1 u" ft 10
PE.Rfl-D, Anno, per box. fS.ot); K.lfcr
APPLES lien Davis, p-r bio.. :.("'; ion
atlian. :til; Crime' Golden. S;.7Y
OR API'.S-'l.'in itii.. vk- -'' 'i1'
17c: Tokay, pel crute. tl ": New York Con
cords, per !askct. iV.
CRANPEhi i) Per bbl . I-136.V
CUT MEAT PRICES.
No. 1 rlb.. lie: No, I ribs, 8e! No. I
rib. 6H": No. 1 loins. 16c r No. 2 loins. 13c;
No. 3 loin. Ric: No. 1 chucks, T.c; No. 1
checks, 4c; No. 3 chuck, 3c No. 1 rounds
8c; Nc 2 rounds. 7c; No. 3 rounds, c; No
I plate, to; No. 2 plate. tv: No. S plate, 20.
SUUAli Urbiiuialcd cane, in sacks. 35.41;
airanuiaied im el, in aucKs. lo.Jl.
CHuKili--bUiiw, n, luc; WIcon:n
brua, no; 4 i.xcons.ii iiinbui'ger, Uci
twins, 14'tc; young AiuerlcMiis, 15c.
COFFliSi Kousted, No. -Ho, JeVo per lb:
No. M, -t Sc pet lb.; .No. -o, lvo per lb.;
No i, ladjc p.r lb.; No. U. Lv per lb.
aiKL'f in bbls.. 'J.c per gin.; in cjses,
flu-lb. etna, 41 '.V; cases, 11 5-lu. ciiu, il.!s;
cases, . i'x-lb. cans, tl.5.
HuNlvV Pel- 24 I rallies, 53.60.
CANNfcD GOOIiS CtKn. Blaudsrd r.-f
em, wiifuuc; Malnu, fl.lu. loinaloe. 3-lb.
tens, ta.uw; J-lb., ITi'ji Ufl.Oo. I'tneappU.
gialed, lu., f2.h42 e; sliced, - kl.9uiii .t);
gallon appien, fancy, fj 61; ('ahforbla aprl
tuts. ll.Sajti i . poms, fl.75'U2.6o; pescnee,
lancy, l.ioa2.40; H. C. peaches, tJ0uv:60.
AlasKa salmon, red. ki.'i; lanoy Chinook,
r, 4i.lo, lancy soekcye, F tl.95; sat dines,
oil. f).i6; niustaid. li.oo. bwect pota
to, 11 lirnl.-o; aaueiKiaut, tl.no; pump
km. hOc'ttll.tiu; wax beans. 2-lb., tabtiboc;
lima beau. 2-lb., iocljti eTi; spinach. 41. ii;
cbtap peaa, 3-Ib.. 0c; extra. 7oyc; fancy,
CURED FISH Family tvhltcflsh. per
quarter bbl., W lbs., fl.Oti: Norway muck
tral. No. 1, t-'K.OO; No. 2, f:i.00; No. 3. fJO.Oi;
Irish, No. 2, I16.U0; herring, in bbls.. 200 lb
each, Norway. 4k, fl2.00; Norway. 3k. tl3.e:
Holiund, mixed, fll.00; Holland herring, I14
kru, milker, 80c: kegs, mixed, 70c.
FISH Buffalo, large dressed, kc; trout,
med.tim or Inrge, dressed, l-o: pike, dressed,
11c; halibut, fine stock, 11c. cattlnli. dressed
l.'c; bulllieads, dressed snd skinned, lc,
white perch, dressed. 6c; criipple. large.
l.'c: sunnsn, pan site, tic: white bus, extra
choice, lc; pickerel. 9c; salmon, Chinook,
tic; white fish (froxen). 12c: Triiokrrel
(Spanish). Ko; Native, per Ash, lV.i.'Jc;
cotlfleh, freeh. froien. I'.e; flound.r. iresli.
frozen. 11c; bluetlsh. fiesh fronen, lie;
haddock, frfh froxen, lot", red nuppef.
dressed, 15c; smell. No. 1, per lb., l.'c,
lobster (boiled), -per lb., 40c; green. t7c;
eel, per lb., lhc; frog legs, per dos.. 25c:
roe shad, tl each; shad roe, pair. -fie.
H. B. Davis of Sterling, Colo., W. A
NUTS Pecan, large, pel In., lie; ininll,
per lb.. 11c. Almond, soft shells, per lb.,
16c; hard shells, per lb.. 15'iiHc. Cocoa
nuts, ft. 00 sr sack of 100.
HIDES A YD TA '.LOW r-en ai'teil
No. 1, 13iic: No. I, 12ic: bull bides, 9"fl
lOHc; green hides, No. 1. 10c; No. I. 9c;
horse. tl.Kiei9.76: eheen nit, 0cjtl.2D. Tsl
low, No. 1, 4e; No. 2, 3e.
WOOL-Per lb.. 183'Joc.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MAHKKT
HEAL K8T4TE THAMaKKHS.
Mary F. Rose snd husband lo Min
nie C. Hodgln, lot 6. block 16, Wal
nut ICill t Lt!5(
Henry W. Pennock and wife to Ellen
E. Cnnnnn, purt sublot 4, tuxlot 3,
sec. 6-ltt-IS 1 71
Debbie D. Benedict to Mnthlu Peter
son, lots 32, Xi, 31, Sturgi 1'luee aC
Abbie Wiilnnciy to Har.y A. Foster,
lot 20, block 1. Orcliurd Hill 63
Edward C. Gates to lna E. Uatea.
a art Iota 11 and 12, block 24, South
ma ha 4.000
John C. Blutick to Josfphlne Wclden-
feller, lot 20, Luke and Templeton's. ' 1
Joseoii ne vVeldenfellcr to Emll.e
I'J.auck. Ramo ...' 1
. A, er. X. Ae. Pr.
1211 8 40 17 444 4 SO
150 I U 14 U14 I 51
, too 1 to ti toot a to
173 f M 1 1130 I 00
tlO I 10 8 104 I 74 ,
1011 a ft '
437 ! 44 1 1010 I IS
117 It . 1 MM I Tl
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERS
47 t tt 8 1004 I 81
114 t 44 It HI I 84
144 t to It 714 I 44
13 t 4 3 1O00 I 46
711 I 00
agar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Oct. f.-SUGAR-FUw.
quiet; fair refining. 3V; centrifugal, 14
test, 4c Moiasaea sugar. tc; rellncd,
steady: No. i. 45oc: No. 7, 4 46c; No. 8,
4 4-; No. 9, 4 36c; No. 10, J6o; No. 11.
4 20c; No. 12. 4 15c; No. 13. 4.1uc; No. 14,
4 05c; confectioners' A. 4aoc; mould A.
f.Sbc: cut loaf, f 70c; crushed, f.70c;
powdered, flue; granulated, f.uuc; cubes,
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 9 8UGAR
Steady: centrifugal, yellow, 4J4 !-lc; see-
on da, 2Vtru3c
4 CTWS 975 2 26 26 cow 10U3
22 feeder.. 837 65 19 cows..'... isM
3 bulls 1275 I 70 a oows 923
17 feeder.. 800 t 45 16 cows 1H6
23 cowa 853 t 80 i feedera.. 845
56 feeder.. 84t 8 66 f feeders.. 9H4
44 feeders.. 994 I 70 19 rows 1(126
P. Wnts Neb.
16 feeders.. 106R t 66 30 feeder.. 9H4
t cow M 185 18 cow 91!)
H. Franklin Neb.
11 feeders.. 809 1 86 149 cowa. ... 997
17 cow 947 1 20 145 cow 4a
9 row 1(47 1 00 6 feeders.. 478
f feeders.. 6.4 t 40
Rounfelt A Nard Neb.
18 feeder. .1108 4 10 17 feeder.. 97
19 feeder. .1098 4 Of
F. H. King-Neb.
17 cows 953 - 80 52 feeders.. 997
24 feeder.. 109 8 92 13 feeders.. 913
Irwin Bros Wyo.
34 feeders.. 1158 8 00 22 feeders.. 104
8 steers.. ..1038 1 40 I steers.. ..1013
c. i. Lane wyo.
1 steers.. ..1068 4 00 4 rows 1010 8 40
32 feeders,. 1068 4 00
A. Cheney Wyo.
82 feeders.. 9T7 3 75 26 feeders.. 871
f f eider.. 844 I 40 13 feeders., 777
H. Banner Wyo.
1 feeders.. 1132 4 20 24 cow 1015
tusttennurg uros. wyo.
40 feeder.. 896 4 00
J. M. MoFarland-Wyo.
53 feeders.. 1144 4 65
American L. S. A I. Co. 8. D.
23 steer.. ..1146 4 00 13 steers. ...12(41 4 la)
43 steers.. ..1167 3 80 A steers ...1253 3 30
Corbln Morse 8. D.
It steers.. ..1217 8 TS 21 steers. ..1171 3 90
89 cows ill I rows pa a '
D. J. Dsinson B. D.
W steers.. ..120T 4 15 31 steers. ...UIS 4 16
15 steer... W17 4 16 14 steers. . .1140 4 if
4 steers.. ..1313 4 15 9 steer. ...141 4 16
J. M. Flanlgan-8. D.
40 steers... .1168 4 20
Mallet I C. Co.-g. t
12 mixed ...1136 4 '
Matador Cattle Co.-S. D.
Resteers. ...1Z 4 40
H D. Weare-S. IX I
44 steer.. .1V2 4 35
W. W. DrUkell-S. I).
O steers... 1143 4 30
Petnberton A C S. D.
44 steers... li: 4 15
Western Haneheo 4L T
69 steers.. ..His) 4
Cattle Strong- Hog Weak nnd I Hlnlihind Realty Co. to Dulsy'IJell
Loveer. Carson, lot 7,' block 8. Urlggs'
CHICAGO. Oct. 9-CATTLK-R.ce!pls. iinVil.V't.Vjn
about 7.509 head. Demand atrong for good J01") - lxrV!,l" V if,e ior
tock. but poor for common and medlu . ." If Vtol.l.l m ami wife to Far ia
grades; fan.V. eers, ffi.26; common to go. d Ju''" rNN p,Ha ''" nJ 7Mn,,0"Kfe Kounlse
steers, f7.46j8.00; cows, I2.7ixfj4.76; hellers, ,"": p',a,-' ,m '' ",otK "' ,voun,!
8.W: atockers and feederw 82.XC(I.60 . , . 5-ti-8 i.i....
HOGS-Rpceipts. abjiut J .500 head. Mir- jdainn E. DaveufMUt and wife to
ket weak and gem.rslly 5-tfloe lower chclc.e wu,u n chupln. lot 6 ami ii.
to prime 1 heavy fb.6Mi..5: medium to ro h! k 3 g,,un,lers & . lllmebaugh's
heavy, t.40f&.fl0; butcher welshls. 6S M Mr Pbusanl
f.75; good to choice mixed. tO.Siff 1.65; pack- j Johrl' R. KllM iervio Joseph WeinifurU
inf. t.2OOMi.50: pigs, f5 6o.90. ner lot 16, C. E. R:ley sub
SHEEP AND LA MR 8 Receipt, about I a ni.., 1. u:,vlirr nod wife to ilnrle
16.000 head. The demand for sheep w ia Vermcerech. south . 45 - feet lot 9,
active and there wa an urgent call for hloek 4a. South Omaha
1 uckson una wire 10
es, lot -i, block 1,
Hlmelmuxh's A Putte-son' sub
Aaron P. Brady, el al.. to Eieonora
Malowk. et al.. part lot 21,-Msl-oney's
add.. South Omitlui
Charlt H. Brcwn to Eieonora Mhh
lowsky. lot 8. block 8, Jettcr's add..
South Omahu ;
Charles P. Traver to Oent-ge Kecscr,
lots J.4 and 46. block 6, Jerome I'nrk..
Htillna I'livcrsugt and busbund to
Ann M. Cbt Istenseu, lot 28, Terrace
feeding stuff: lamb were strong to lo j Frederick ' N. TucV
bleher; Sheen. U Jrva6.3o; yearlings, fu.(G49 neorse W. Nown
m. 10; laiiiue, j.wiii.'.
Kansas City I.lvr xtoek Market-
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 9 -CATTLE--Receipts.
24.000 head. Including 1.000
southerns: market steady; cows, weak to
10c lower; choice export and dreed bf
ateera, f 5. 606 6.50; fair to good, t4.004jp
6.40; southern steers, tt. 606 6.26; stocker
and feedera, f2.6044.76: southern ateer.
f2. 4063.90; southern cows, 11.75 90;
native rowa, tl. 754x 3 75: native he If era.
f2. 6643; 5. 00; bulla, t2 26&S.25; calves, 13.00
HOGS Recelpta, 12.000 head: market t
10c lower; top, ft. 42 4; bulk of sales,
f 6.a0(r 6.40; heavy, f6. 3096.40; packers.
f t0e.424j; pig and light. f6.964
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 8.000
head; market ateady; lamba. ir. 7607.15;
ewes and yearling, I4 60fr6 86; western
yearling. 15.26 8 5 65; weatern sheep,
I4.il0o.15; Blockers and feeders, I8 60 if
t. l-anla Live 8oek Market.
ST. LOUIP. Mo., Oct. 9 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7,000 head. Including 8,300 Texan;
market ateady; native shipping and ex
port steers, f4.630t.5O; dressed beef anl
butcher steers, 14.0044 6.16; steers under
1.000 pounds, tl 600 4.60; stocker and
feedera, 1 2. 0045 4.60; rowa and helfera,
f3. 004 6.60; tanner. 1 1.004 2.20; bulla.
12 80&4.0O; ralvea. f 8.004l'7.50; Texaa and
Indian ateer. 1 2 36 4 6. 1 If, cowa and
helfera, f2 004t 60 .
HCM1S Recelpta. 8.000 head: market 5o
lower; pigs and Ilghta. ft. 0046. 56; pack
era. f lOtt f.66; butchera and best heavy,
ft 4649 65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta. 3.000
head; market steady; native muttons. 13 00
43 6 60: lamba. 14 00 7.50; culls and buck.
Jl 0001.26; sUMkeis. ti.00w4.50.
t. Josopk 1.1 ve atork Market.,
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Oct. 9. CATTLE
RacelDta. 1 667 head: market ateady anl
active; natlvea, t4.60ii4.23; tows and;
heifers. 81.600 4.76; stockers and feedern. !
ta. oer4. to. !
HOGS Receipt. 7.940 head; market !
weak to 6c lower; light, 16 304,4.45; bulk
of sales. i ;ui i
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 3.397
head; market strong to 10c higher.
alaas City Lite smck Market
SIOl'X CITY. Oct. . (Speclsl Telegrm.)
CATTLI--Kecclpts. 1.500 head: market
steady; beeves, ti.suti 26; cow, bulls and
mixed. t2.2.V((3.60; stuekers and feeder. t3.0u
g)4.; calve and yearling-, f2 504)3.76.
ItlKiH tteceipt. a. 'Asr tirto, iiiersf-t aeai
to ne lower, selling si stt. itxns.su; . ouia
sales. fH.154V4.20. ,
We will mail on request. Ourtiplele
Information aloiil j.er etnt -twrlal
first mortgage bond, secured by um
ber land. 'I'll. 'He bond arc seeured
(at lesa than 60 par cent of actual cavsa
market value) by stituding Uinber;
Issued by various larne well cstab
llslied lumber companies of highoht
credit and niwrcanlllf rating.
We have made, a specialty, of tim
ber loan and bonds for several year.
No default has ever oovurnd. There Is
110 belter security, reHl or personal,
than timber lands. Their market vaiua
has Increased every year as timber
becuim-s more siarce. We I; ive aold a
great many Issues of tltnbjr timid,
aggregating several million dollar,
lo banks and private Investor. It
may pay you to investigate '. 11U form
of Investment.' Also InveAUtfatV us.
The bonds are duo ftoni olio voar up
to fifteen years; fl.000 ea.-h; yield
per cent. No other bonds aa good
pay f per cent.
H. C. BARR0LL & CO.,
rati WATIOHAL EAsTK BLDO.
an4ffiii'i.u.'iff'iJti.''.sj inTt y.i'4f'aaeiaf?74gTai
THE GREEN BOOK
Oorrscted to October first, 1909. Zlg-o.
and low prices. Stock lamed and other
data of Interest to you cn tfsw Tork and
Boston curbs. Alio actlvo atocks on, the
f gaw Tork, Boston, Chicago, Fbiladclpbla
I ana rmiburg ticiiuot. wmo or cau
I for a oopy. It will be maJltd free.
Tour eiders to uy or sell any or ta
took In glgbt.
Receipts of live stock st the six principal 1 stock men tit nod la thl book soiicltod.
western markets yesler-"" "ere as follows
Cattle. Hog. Sheep
R' uth Omaha
KaliaLH City .,
St, Joaeph ....
4,6 U 24,0
12. ) 10
a 3. 01
FREDERICK R. TIBBITS
rorjBTK nooB-Hcgia bldo. .
35 Congress St., Boston, Mass
4SW11 lllSIIl4rtl4MrtJseawe t
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