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TTIE OMAIIA DAILY BEEr MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1003.
WANTED TO BUY
UlrtHKBT price for 2d-hand furniture, car
pets, clothes and shoe a. Tel. Douglaa sTl.
RIGHT price paid tor 2d-hand furniture,
carpet, love, clothing, shoea Tel. Red
WANTED T buy printing pra; give full
description and prion. Addrea M-27, baa.
- ) 14 III
WANTED TO RENT Ona unfurnished
room fop gentleman. Addraaa O-JM, Bee.
() 312 ldx
WANTED By married couple room and
board In private family. Will pay well
for satisfactory accommodation. Firnam
nr Hansoom park district. Address A
6S4, Be. i (M) M!M
YOUNO man of 26 with college education
wants business poaltkm at once. Address
W 266. care Bee. (27) 215 12x
WANTED Position aa housekeeper, cap
able experienced. P 270, care Hoe.
TOUNO man. 21 year with high achool
and commercial education, wants position
In a private nffh-e; willing to travel and
ran furnlah the beet of reference!. W 2Ti,
care Bee. (27J-635 12x
WE have In atock (no delay) repairs for
every make of furnace, steam or hot water
heater, water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE KEPAIR WORKS,
10-08 Douglas Ht.
Telephones! Well, Douglas MO: Ind., A-K21.
OFFICE OK CONSTRUCTINU QUARTER.
master, United States military prison.
Fort leaven worth, Kansaa, September 23.
1908 SPHled proposals. In triplicate, will be
received at tlila ofl.o until 10 a. m. Octo
ber 14. '$. for construction of one stable
to aci-ommodate 1 animals, at this prison.
Plana, specifications, eto.. will be furnished
upon receipt of a deposit of 85.00, which
amount wlll.be refunded upon receipt of
plans, etc.. In this office. Information fur
nished upon application. Thomaa H. filav
ens, Major and Quartermaster. United
States Army, Constructing Quartermaster.
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THREE ARMED MEN ARRESTED
Pimm mt Kaaerlla, K. D., Casitarea
. Iearaaoea Wis Were Prepared
t Rob Trala.
8T. PAVL, Oct. 11. A special from En
derlln, N. D.. aaya: Deputy Sheriff Mr
llvaln, with an armed posse, surprised and
srrtsted three dtsperata men Friday
afternoon and about five miles weat of here
ambushed beside the Boo line trucks. They
were armed with revolvera of heavy caliber
nd had In their possession three rifles.
ten sticks of dynamite, a bottle of nitro
glycerine, 100 rounds of ammunition, fuses
The men were brought to Enderlln and
locked up. They gave their names as Jim
Aklr. F. Lewis and Charles Hart. Akir
broke Jail here two year ago while waiting
trial for selling liquor.
They were hidden In a bunch of willows
waiting darkneke jil'; Svere prepared to
hold up trala No. 107. which passes that
point about t o'clock.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Values Have Firm Start for the Latt
Day of the Week.
CABLES WEAK, WAE TALK LESS
Reeelpts froaa ae Northwest Are Ex
pected to Fall OaT from Now Oa
and Raise of VaJaea
OMAHA, Oct. 10. 1MB.
Market values had a firm start for a
Saturday market. Cables came weak and
the European situation was much quieter.
Receipts In the northwest are expected
to fall off steadily from now on and un
lesa the drouth conditions In the south Im
prove arwd winter seeding progresses higher
values are Hoked for.
Wheat ahowed unusual etretigth for the
week end on bullish dry weather reports
In the south, where seeding is In progress.
Receipts are decreasing and offerings were
slack and values were advanced on better
buying. December wheat opened at 94c
and cloertd at Sc
Corn was steady and firm with wheat
and light receipts arl a better cash de
mand. Commission houses wera good buy
ers and option values were closed higher.
leceniber corn opened at 6iHo and closed
Primary wheat recelpta were 1,670.000
bushels and shipments were 6:X,0ri0 bushels,
against receipts last year of IM4.0U0 bushels
and shipments of 6fi6,00O bushels.
Corn receipts wero IW6.0O0 bushola and
shipments were r66.000 bushels, against re
ceipts last year of tin.. W0 bushels and ship
ments of 671'.0i0 bushels.
Clearances were 7.000 bushels of com,
613 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 472.0U0 bushels.
Liverpool closed Sd lower on wheat and
unchanged to Vkd lower on corn.
Beaboard reported 32u,nov bushels of wheat
taken for export.
Local range or opuona:
Artlclea.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tea y.
Dec.... 94 95S 4 9&N 94
May... r, Wi'A 7 , 8H y7
Ilea... 6!Hi EP'i, 63V (9 M
Mey... 6HV 6V, 69V 6SHx 5!
Dec... 474 474 rH 47H 47t,
May... 4fVm 49 4HV 4 4H
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. WVjifcSfic; No. 3 hard,
(CSax-; No. 4 hard, ilvic; No. 3 spring,
CORN-No. 2, 72Hc; No. 3, 72Vio; No. 2
yellow, 72Vie; No. 8 yellow, IVic; No. 2
white. TCHc; No. 3 white, 72Hc
OATS No. 3 mixed. 46Va4tVc; No-
white, 4i:Vtf"WHo; No. 4 white. 45-i'e46c;
RYE No. 2, 7l2Vic; No. 3. 71H72c.
tar lot itecelpte.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 46 113 213
Omaha t 48 16 82
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featarea of the Tradlnar and Closing
Prleoa as Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 10. The local wheat mar
ket presented a strong front today, owing
to talk to the effect that the acreage in
the aouthwest aown to wheat this season
would probahly be greatly reduced, be
cause of Insufficient moisture. At the close
pikes wer Vi'Hc to c above Uie previous
(low. Corn mid oats were also firm, but
provisions were weak with the exception
of Ootober pork, which closed at an ad
vance of J1.3ul.37'A per barrel.
Dry weather talk apparently supV'anted
the "war aare" aa a market factor In the
wiieat pit today, and brought out an active
general demand which reaulted In a strong
market, the greater part of the day. The
market opened easier, w.th prices lWg'Hlo
to Ho lower, owing to an advance In the
prtie of British consols and to a moderate
decline In the price of wheat at Liverpool.
Before the end of the first half hour the
market had recovered on buying by some
of the leading traders, who. it was aald.
were a armed by the continued absence
of rain In the winter wheat section. Aa
trading progressed prices made additional
advanrea until December touched $1.' li
and May ll.tHH. an advance of more than
lc from the low point. The market closed
strong and near the beat marks for the
day. Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to. 472,000 bushels. Primary receipts
wete 1,670.000 bushels, compared with 9.4,OjO
buahels the corresponding, day a year ago.
Minneapolis, Duluih and Chicago reported
recelpta of 1,067 cars, against 1.441 cara a
ween ago, and 636 cara last year.
The corn .market waa general. y du'l, but'
firm, owing to the strength of wheat, which
offset the favorable weather conditions
for the . maturing of the new crop. The
market closed firm at about the best of the
nay. Local receipts were 113 cars, with
23 cara of contract grade.
Extreme dullness prevailed In the oats
pit, but the market was firm In sympathy
w ith wheat and corn. Buying of Ho 00)
bushels of the December delivery by a cash
concern was a feature of trade. At tha close
prices were 4c lower to uAo higher. Lo
cal receipts were 213 cars.
An advance of 3166 per barrel In the
price of October pork waa the feature of
an otherwise dull market in provisions Oo
tober pork closed at 16., the high point
of the day. The close In general was off
EstiinaJed recelpta for Monday . are:
Wheat, 27 cars; corn, 1G9 cars; oata, 214
cars; hogs, 30,000 head.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Artlclea. Qpan. High. Law. J Close.) lea'y.
i'iooh loiii looJ im loi
I 1 00
1 03 if 1 04i 1 03 1 049 1 03
1 08 1 oJvi
17H 98 97S 9H 9T
65 64Vi9 4 M
64V& 64 (Mi, 64 64
63 64 63 63 63
48 49(S 49 49 49
61 61 61 6161fc
47 i 47 47 47 7
13 80 15 26 13 66 16 26 18 90
16 96 15 W 16 60 16 67 IS 06
15 37 15 70 16 87 16 60 16 87
9S5 986 980 966 995
960 966 926 9 35966
9 879 9 42 9 20 9 27 9 60
9 06 9 26 8 82 26 1 12
846 846 S 25 8 86 8 50
8 47 8 47 8 30 836 866
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOI R Market firm; winter patents.
8440ca-4.uu; stralghte, 84.1UW4 W; spring pat
ents. 86.256.50; straights, H.iXX&i.vO; bakers,
WHEAT-No. t spring. 81.06(31.07; No. 8.
97ctj1.0ii; No. 2 red, 31.00&1.01.
CORN No. 2. 7878; No. I yellow, 80o
OATS-No. 2, 4c; No. t white, 47S61C.
RYB-No. 2, 76r76c.
BARLEY Jo od feeding 56$66c; fair to
choice malting, 6781o.
HKUD8 Flax, No. l northwestern, 11,23V.
Timothy, prime. 83.50sja.57. Clover, con
tract gradea, 39.00.
PROVISIONS-Bhort ribs, aides OooseX
$0U(u9.76. Mess pork, per bbt., 314 60((i15.00.
Lard, per 100 lbs., 89 7ij.70. Short clear
Idea (boxed). 310.26(rlo.6o.
Following were the receipts and shipments
9 flour and grain:
Flour, bbla 39,a0 l.oo
Wheat, bu 144.0O0 ltV,Ju0
Corn, bu 134. 0 47. 0
Oata, bu 343.5U0 293,0n0
Rye, bu t.vjQ ,M
Harluy, bu 156.4U) 24,100
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameiiea, 3LKtl
2,o; dalrles.l4a4a Kaga. firm, at
mark, cases Included,. lJpi x: ; firsts. 23o;
prime firsts, 2-tc. Cheese, steady, 13a14c.
St. I.oela Geaeral Market.
BT. LOCIa. Oct. 10. WHEAT Higher;
track, No. 2 red, cash, 11 .641 .06;
haid. 99-'fetl.02; December, 81.01; May.
CHjRN Firm : track. No. I cash, 7676c;
No. 3 while. 70(tf7te; December, ChjJ'c;
May. .'. . .
OATS Firm; track. No. 1 caah, 4c; No
2 white, C2&b4c; December, 46ci May.
RYE-Weak. 77c - -
HRAN Lower: sacked, east track, kh
HAT I'nchsnged; timothy, t8.6fKjfl4.00;
prairie. tx.W 1 1 ii
k,'Ij1tR K'irm: red winter nAUntt ti ar,
4: extra fancy. 84 4 65: cleara, 83.60,"
HKI- lf Ttniotny, l..iHj3.J.
IKON COTTON TIKS Jl.eO,
UK My TWINE 7c.
M . Lari. ljeer, prime steai'n, 88.ikji.ii!
Dry salt meata. unchanged; bored extra
ehorla, ll4c; clear rlba, ll"4c; ahort cleara.
llo. Bacon, unchanged; boxed-extra
shorts, 12c; clear rlba, 12c; ahort cleara,
. Ptim-TRT-Weak; ehlckena. 94c; spring,
11Hti12Ho; turkeys, U'ltV:; djeks,
mjTTKR Btearfy: rrVamery. IZ3?TC
' v1 1 o o i r aj y , i i;, case COIH1U
.. 6 o
NEW YORK OEMERAL MARKET
Qaotatlaaa of the Day oa Varloaa
Nt?W ..TORKv rt " ,0 FLOrR-Re-celpta.
25.042 bbla.j exports, 16.738 bbla.
Msrket firm but quiet; Minnesota pat
n.t 18 40416. SO; winter atralirlits, 14 l6
4 60; Minnesota bakers, 84.2044.5; win-
Jt..!.tr,, H-60fI.90; winter patents,
4 60 4 86; winter low grades. $3 40
0. Rye flor, steady; fair to good. 34 26
43 4 60; choice to fancy. 84 6044.60. Buck
wheat flour, ateady. 83.16x18.86 per 100
CORNMEAL Quiet; fine white and yel-,owfc.,1-70;
corse. 31.65; kiln dried, 84.16.
RYE Dull; No. 2 western, 84c, f. o.
b. New Tork.
BARLEY Easy; malting. 605c c t.
f. Buffalo; feeding. 60 c. c. 1. f. New
WHEAT Receipts, 209,800 bu.; exports.
J4.689 bu. Knot market firm; No. 2 red,
31.0861.09, elevator; No. 2 red, 3109 f
?. A . "-fLt: No- 1 northern Duluth,
31.13, f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard win
ter, 3110, f. o. b. afloat. While easier
rabies, less warlike news and larger
northwest receipts gave wheat an etefiler
opening. It recovered on dry weather In
winter wheat states, closing ?c
higher. December, 81.104M.10. ' tius&i
II lVHi My' !clo.eual
CORN Receipts. 1,075 bu.: exports.
3.402 bu. Spot market steady. No. 2,
84 c, nominal, elevator, and 85e, nom
inal, afloat. Option market waa without
transactions, closing net unchanged. Due-ember
closed at Tc; May closed at
OAT8 Recelpta. 95,700 bu. Ppot mar
ket steady. Mixed oats, 26 to 82 pounds,
6283c; natural white, 26 to 81 pounda,
6Jj&64c; clipped white, 82 to 40 pounds,
FEED Quiet; middlings. 29 c.
HAY Steady; shipping, J.60ff5.60;
good to choice, 75 iff 80c.
HOPS Mild: state, common to choice.
""i crop, n,t'; iis crop, jfflTc; 1'a
ciflc coaat, 1908 crop, ( 8 U 11c; 1907 crop
y; i c.
HIDES Steady; Bogota,
Central America. 18Ae
LEATHER yulet; acid. 23tf29c.
PROVISIONS Beef, ateudy; family,
16.1517.60; mess, 13.D04j 14.00; bee
hama, $29.00(31.00; packet. 31 5.00 16.00;
city, extra India mess, 34.00 25.00. Cut
mats, ateady; pickled bellies, $112510
11.76; pickled hams, $ 1 1.26 Hi 12.00. Lard,
weak; western, $ 10.06 10.1 5. nominal; re
fined, weak; continent, $10.90; South
America, $11.75; compound. 37. 756800.
l'ork, barely steady; family, $2T.00fa
21.50; short clear, $20.00 & 22.00; meaa.
$16. 50 17.00.
TALLOW Steady; city, 6&6c; coun
try 6 (&6c.
RICE gufet; domestic, fair to extra,
2ff 6c; Japan, nominal.
I'OOS Flim: firsts. 2Sc.
BUTTER Quiet; creamery specials, 28
CHEESE Quiet; state, full cream spe
cials. 1314'4c; state, small colored or
white fancy, 13c; state, large colored or
white, fancy, l2o; state, good to prime, 12
12c; state, common to fair. lOailc;
POl LTRY Alive. quiet; spring
chickens, 16o; fowls, loc; turkeys, 14u.
DreFsed, firm; western spring chickens,
16l!lc; fowls, 1115c; aprlng turkeys,
WEATHER IN THE GRAIN BELT
Fair for Sunday After a Night of
OMAHA. Oct. 10. 1908.
An area of low pressure continues over
the south Atlantic states and rainy and
unsettled weather continues general in
that aectlon. Showers wero scattered
over the Oiiio valley within the last
twenty-four hours and generally clouiTy
and cooler weather prevalla throughout
the eaatern portion. Temperatures are
higher In the lake region, central valleys
and southwest An area of pronouncedly
high pressure, accompanied by a very de
cided fall In temperature, tins spread over
the northwe.it and will move down over
the central valleys wltlUn the net
twenty-four hours, caueing much cooler
In this vicinity tonight, with continued
fair tonight and -Sunday.
Omaha record f temperature and pre
cipitation compared with the correspond
ing day of the last three years:
, , 10S. 1907. 1906. 1905.
Minimum temp .4 46 28 42
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .00
Normal temperature for today. 68 de
grees. Deficiency in precipitation alnce March
I. 3.80 lnchea.
Deficiency corresponding period In 1907.
Deficiency corresponding period in 1906.
S64 lnchea. L. A. WELSH,
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSA8 CITY, Oct. 10. WHEAT Un
changed to lo higher; December, 96c;
May, 9Sc; July, 83c; cash. No. 2 hard
SHH.oa; No. 3 hard, 9ftell.00; No. 2 red
II. O4W1.06; No. 3 red, 11.011.04.
CORN Generally unchanged; December,
68c; May, 69c; July, 6?; cash No. 2
mlxed 7(X6'72c; No. 3 mixed, 69'a72c; No. 2
white, 71W2c; No. 3 white, 70'872i
OAT8 Unchanged; No. 2 white, 44f60c;
No. 2 mixed, incite.
HAY Steady ; choice timothy, W.eOfflO.OO:
choice prairie, $8.00iij.26.
BUTTER Unchanged to lc higher
creomery. 27o; packing atock, 17c. '
EGGS Unchanged to c higher; fresh
extras, 24c; current receipts, 19o.
- Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 151,000 111,000
Corn, bu 16,000 9,0o0
Oata, bu 14,000 8,000
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10. BUTTER
Firm; good demand; extra western cream
ery, 29c; nearby prints. Sic
BOOS Firm ; good demand; Pennsyl
vania and other nearby firsts 25c, at mark;
current receipts in returnable cases, 24c,
at mark; western f irate, free cases, B5c
at mark; current receipts, free cases, 24c
at mark. '
CHEESE Firm; fair demand: New York
full creams, choice, 13c; fair to good.
Mlaaeapalta Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 10. WHEtT
December, $1.02; May, $1.07. Caah: No.
1 hard. $1.064; No. 1 northern, $1.04; No.
t northern, $1.02S1.0S; No. 3 northern,
BRAN In bulk, J17.60ig!18.00.
FIOUR Active; first patents, $5.755.90:
second patents. $6.6006.75; first clears, $4 46
04.66; second cleara, $3.6O3.60.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIERPOOU Oct. 10. WHEAT Spot:
Market steady; No. I red western winter,
7a 8d. Futures: Market ateady; Decem
ber, 7s 8"d; March, 7s 6d; May, 7a 5d.
CORN Spot: Market quiet; Amerlran
mixed, 7s 8d. Futurea: Market . quiet
October, 6a 10d; December, 6a 9d.
PEORIA. Oct. 10 CORN Lower; No. 2
yellow, 78o: No. 3 yellow, 7Sc; No. 3,
78c; No. 4. 77c; no grade, new. 69c.
OATS Steady; No. 3 white. 49c; No. 3
Mllreaakee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Oct. 10. WH EAT
Higher; No. 1 northern, tl.07&l.og: No.
3 northern. fl.06V..1.0ii; December, $1.01
CORN Firm: Deixmher. 65c, bid.
BARLEY Steady; No. 3 extra, eOflXiSc;
Dnlath Grain Market.
DULUTH, iMInn., Oct. la WHEAT No.
,1 northern, $1.04; No. I northern, $1.02;
December, $1.0?; May. $1.06; October.
$1.04; November, 81.04.
OATS 47c. '
Evaporated Apalee and Dried Fralts.
NEW YORK. Oct. 10. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market continues quiet but la
ateady in tone. Early naw crop fruit la
quoted at 6c according to grade; 19u7
DRIED FRUITS Prunes are dull with
Juotatlona ranging from 4 to 13c for Call
ornla and from 6 to 7o for Oregon
fruit. Apricots are relatively ateady with
choice quoted at 6c- extra choice at
8 ml and fancy at loa'ioo. Peaches are
uncangrd with choice quoted at 7itf7c;
extra choice at TVuso and fancy at 8c.
Italslna are somewhat unsettled. Loose
mutoatel are quoted at 49;c; choice to
fancy seeded at Sfr7c; sedleaa at 4'iy
to and London layers at l.al.tj5.
Ex aorta aad Imaerta.
NEW TORK. Oct. la Imports of merch
andise) and dry goods at the port of New
York for tha week ending October t were
valued at $14.1T U7 Irr.porta of epeele for
the week were M.tU8 ellver an $ia vii gold
fcxporta of siiecle wr $j,'si..J a.lyr and
OMAOA LIVE STUCK MARKET
Cow Stuff Steady for Week,
Steers ftenerallir Cn Ar
H0OS 45 CENTS LOWER TOR WEEK
Sheep aad Lambs Good Enough for
Killers a Dollar Higher for tha
Week, with Feeders a
80UT1I OMAHA, Oct. 10. l.
Receipts were: Catlle. Hogs. Sheep.
Ortlcial Monday 12.Ua 3,d78 11.301
Official Tuesuay .lu3 4.968 9.1tw
Official Wednesday 9.318 7.or7 7.ii;4
Official Thursday 4.076 6,C7 9.361
Official Friday l,4n 4.)1 1.M4
Estimated Saturday .... Z, 4.&2 618
Six days this week... 34.344 31.473 39.813
Same days last week.... a. 8(54 102.907
Same days 2 weeks ago 2j.9j 24.647 U,Ti3
Same days 3 weeks ago. 40.675 24,074 91.tii
Same days 4 weeks ago. 27.092 ii.Ki 97. W3
Same days last year... 88,756 27.491 73,177
The following table snows the receipts of
cattle, hoga and sheep at South Omaha for
the year lo dale, compared with last year:
lu. liw7. inc. Dec.
"attle 7t)5.W2 8Ai,iK)0 If,
Hogs l,8;3,64ti l,94!i 27,780
neP I.ai.7b8 1,64j,63 18.496
The following table shows the average
price of hoaa at 6outh Omaha for the last
everal daya. with coinparlaons;
Date. 1908. 19O7.19O6.19u6.l04.1903.19O2.
6 68i 6 03) 6 13 6 69
7 24 6 69
6 62 7 14
6 bl 7 20
6 (X 7 30
6 u I 6 01
6 tU 6 92
Oct. 10... 16
J 6 0u 6 23l
The olflrlal number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Caille. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C . M. & St. P Hv ... i
t.iisnouri fBCltlO ....
C. & N. W. (east)..
O. N. w. (west..
C St. P., M. AO...
C.,'B. fc Q. (eanti..
C., H. & q. (west)..
C., R. U P. (east)
C. H, I. & p. (wet
Totals ...is 67 2 2
The disposition of the duv's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated!
nm,- r , . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 7;t3
?.w',ft. anJ Company 4K
Cudahy Packing Co....... 6 1.2t;9
Armour Co 4 1 400 .
Omaha Pkg. Co.. Denver.. ISO ! .
Cudahy pkg. Co., K. C. 63 ... 301
CudHhy Pkg. Co.. Denver 20 ... 217
Cudahy Pkg. Co., Ft. Wth 1M
Hill 4 Son ' t
J. B. Root & Co
,,T,",t.a,,,r, 4S 4.593
t-Al llE While Several ran ,,f
were reported in today, nearly all of thei
were directed to the uackera. mn ihut 1 her
was nothing of any consequence on sale.
... reclpie for the week have been very
liberal and have run larnely to feeders,
there having been no great nurpluB of
killing catlle, especially the belter grades.
Very few cornfeds have arrived during
the week, in fact, not enough to make a
market or to really eaiublish quotations.
Aa frequently noted In these coiumna, I he
demand for coinfeds is very limited, owing
to the fact that packers prefer ihe range
cattle at the present . time. As a result
cornfeds are very uneven sellers, depend,
Ing upon whether there happens to be an
order In for that kind of cattle Just at the
time that they put In an appearance. The
bgat range beeves, such as command $5.00
or better, have shown comparatively little
change during the week, being about stead
with laat week's close. On the other hand,
ralr to pretty good kinds of beeves are as
much as 10g'15c lower, with the medium to
common kinds avav'Sc lower.
Cows and heifers have been m very good
demand throughout the week, and, although
the supply has been fairly liberal, everthlng
received has met wkh -very ready sale"
Prices early In the week eased off a little,
but later recovered, and at the close of the
week are about where they were one week
The snrply of f-rfl ra haa been very lirge
throughout the week, a considerable pro
portion of all the cattle arriving consist
ing of that kind, nil gond kinds have not
been so very plentiful and they are not over
Jj.iH20o lower for the week. On the other
hand, the general run of feeders are safelv
JSc lower and the medium to common kinds
are 2RMOr. lower ttn lst work's close
rUoiatl-n rn otnet Ood to cholre corn
fed steers. $H.?rvfi7.1R: fair to gond eornf. d
steers. $5.4'VfTi 25: common to fair cornfe I
steers. $4 nrvtrs 40; good to choice range
steers, J4.50iffB.8.li; fair to rood range steers
$4 0in4RO; common to .fair range ateers.
$S.21r4.00: rood to choice corn fed cows aad
heifers, 3 6.W4 ?5: good to choice grass cows
and heifers. 81 4oM.0fi: fair to good grass
cows and henfers. 12 75'.''!!; common to
fair grass cows and heifers. $2orvo'2.76;
good to choiee feeders. $4 tffM SO; fair to
good storkers and feeders i"K MUM (V; com
mon to fair stockera and feeders, $?.DM?3.40;
HOGS Hoga sold 6c lower this morning
aa a general thing, while the trude closed
slow at the decline on account of the heavy
drop In the market reported from Chicago.
While there was no great amount of
activity In the market at any time, most
of the hogs changed hands In fair season
In tha morning. Today's decline practically
wipes out the advance of yesterday, leav
ing the market about where It waa on
Wednesday and Thursday. Tills means
that the hogs aold largely at ttUO.go to
day, with good hogs selling on up to 86.30.
The receipts for the week have been
fairly liberal, allowing a gain over last
week and over the corresponding week of
a year ago. Prices everywhere have rtu
cllned very rapidly, until at the close of
the week the market here Is on an average
about 45c lower than one week ago, or 76c
lower than the high time, other markets
have declined fully aa much or more, the
trade at this point being In fully as good
condition as at any other market and a
good deal better than tome.
A. eh. Pr.
.197 1W I 76
.151 till t 7J
.ns : t m
.ISO N tM
.201 -aa i to
.ms mo i w
241 140 4 17W
..ill 2M 17H
..m no it,
..m 40 6 17Vi
tl 6 17i
..260 130 9 17V
..t W 4 ill
..J' 120 20
..214 M 90
..K4W 120 30
..340 i:o DO
.mi luo t to
.110 120 t 00
.. 4 00
.107 140 12
.MS 160 t 12H
.1.S4 lhi) le
.IMU W 15
fc'7 It) I 16
.in &) is
.234 ISO 16
.2:6 1J0 4 16
243 120 4
60 4 SO
80 4 20
H( mo in -
212 240 ?)
!, 240 10
X. I (HI 4 20
114 140 2.'S
0 ( 15 .
K 4 14
SO t 16
40 t U
40 4 22si
80 4 2t't
.. 6 25
..Iiil VMI 4 It
W I 16
241 120 2.S
40 4 !6
h.) ( 16
. . n't
40 f 10
to t 16
SHEEP Tnere were two cars of sheep
reported In tudav. but both nf thm war.
direct to a packer and not offered for
aalo. The re.-eipt for the week have been
extremely light, the total being hardly
more than one good day'a run. Cm Monday,
September 21, which was the big day lor
the year to dale, 38.785 sheep and lambs
were received. Comparing the recelpta this
week with that one day's run will give a
good Idea of the heavy falling off that
iias linen piace in tne arrivals. The rea
aon for such small receipts seems to be
found In the fact that during the low time
two weeks ago a good many flock masters
turned their stock back onto the range,
thua causing a temporary lull In shipments.
Other market points nava been affected to
a greater or lea extent by the same cause.
Under the Influence of this heavy drop
In receipts, markets everywhere have shown
Improvement. As noted In these columns
yesterday, the market on fat aheep and
lambs at thla point la fully $1 a hundred
higher than at the low time, while feeder
aheep and lambs are 25c and. In some eases,
as much at 40c higher.
Present prospects would not seem to
point to any very great Increase In re
celpts In the Immediate future, as com
paratively few aheep and lambs are as
yet In sight at feeding stations.
Quotationa on range or grass sheep and
lambs: Oood to choice lumba, $5.8u4.10;
fair to good lambs, $5.5tut.86; feeding
lambs, 84 0uui4 76; good to choice light year.
Inlgs, $4.766 00; good to choice heavy
yearlings. $4.t04P4.a5; feeding yearlings.
$3 764 16 1 good to choice wethers. $4 26 r
4.76; fair to good wethers, t4.Oo.04.36; feed-
lug wethem. $J40frt5, B"r"V lo tholce
ewes, $4(o4 50: fair t good ewea, $3 Mt
4 HO; feeding ewea, $10utfJ.U0: culls and
bucks, $l.i 10 2.50.
tiucAuo live rrcTck market
Cattle Steady Hoga Steady to Weak
CHICAGO Oct. lo.-CATTLE-necelpla,
estimated about 700 head. Market steady;
uteers, H4i"(iTm; cows. $3.Lni 0: helfets,
$.1.4Vi4.2&; bulls, $2.6(i4.ji; calves, 83.5f4f3.50;
stoi kers and feeders, $J HT.ff-4 85.
HOGS Recelpta, estimated about 8.0W
head. Market steadv to weak; choice heavy
shipping, M 2V0i.4f.; butchers, W.X 4o;
mixed, $5.0'nion: choice light, IK lff
5.-6; packing. $Y 116. 20; pigs. 33.50ru.7s;
bulk of sales. $ OiHyti 15.
SHEEP ANI) LAMBS Receipts, esti
mated about 1 nm H .1 u.rb.i r,.
strong; lambs. weak; sheep. $4.5Oi.U0;
lambS. ti.lnfiiA l.T- VA.rlm tl tiL.iiA
Kanaaa City Lira Stoek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 10 -CATTLE
Receipts, i.10 head, including 100 soutlierns.
Receipts for the week, 96.5V0. Market
M I AS fl V.' ahnU a A -a a . M
, v ii,sn r- rjiimri hiici nreKFfn oti
Me-ra, o. 7.7.30; fair to jockI, $416.75;
iPprira f tram u. . u 4 . .w.-t.
a en. rm' oi'in iif-i ii pirrrB, 4W.'"ir
t. "thern cows. $J.otnji3.2n: native cows.
12Sii n"1tiv,' felfers $2.754to.OO; bulls.
v,V , 1 w head. Receipts for
the week, 89,9iO. Market 6c lower; top .40;
bulk of sales. $f,.754i.25: heavy. $ V80 4i;
Ein''".,,nd.I"-"r,,rrs- 6-00(a.36j light. $5.66
Slltriri, Ax-r, ', . . . r n n . .
inn. '"""' Bieaeoy; lamns, xt.siiai
USE? .?liT"..rJ.,n5--.M-:S": weatern
!-,: o"; weeiern sneep, M.-jWir
4.2o; stackers and feeders. $3.25154.50.
St. Louis Lire Stock Market.
ST. Ili-ia r ,n . r . ,
1. 600 l ean Inliifllna- ona n .
m, , . .........R o.v i rAnm. Aiaraei
iiftj ,n"l,v h'PP'hS nd exi.ort steers.
tJ'Ta: ,,rB-'-d beef end butcher steers.
W. 76 6. 26; steers tinder l.ftno pounds. $3.lKMf
D.Jo: Hlnr'Vnf. arA 1 - w . - '
'" icrucia, o.'"ir.ii; cows
hM?i.hf .t'-rt ?"ii,!Si canners. $2.0'Mi-2.26;
ni tii ' .' ' 4.""t7.50; Texas
rtZEWk'L':.. 1' ''r-f . . Market
hl.?a$Zr? ?-"&.40; butcliers and best
h.S.'tEIii ,ANi r.AMBS-Rccelpta, y
3.5.,W.00V.tOck7r.,,$l53.5V.:,B ""a UK
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo, Oct 10 CATTLE
Rece nt von oo- ....i.... Liizt..
J'W $4.0046.2o; rows and heifers, $2.60
kI loJS Helpt".- B.000 head; market
S?'-,.I?wer; t0P. -45; bulk of sales.
$o. i 5 fa 6. 16.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
n"-1", teady; lambs. $4.75'ir6.00; ewes
83.i6i4.16; wetherB, $4.00.4.25.
Slonx City Mre Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Oct. 10 (Special T"l
egram. ) CATTLE Receipts. 100 head;
iii.imii mraay neeves, $4.50ig7.00; grass
cows. $2,504(4.76: feeders. $.',00 4 4. io;
ynriinga. 32 603.60.
HOGS Receipts, 3,200 head; market
$6 OOae6rioranSe' ,5-86&6-"; bulk of les,
Stock In Slarht.
Receipts of live stock at the six prin
cipal western markets yesterday were:
n(v, rv i Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 240 4 8ft2 618
8loux City !, MS
St, Joseph 2, 5.000
Kunsaa City fj.i a(iv
St. Louis 1,500 4,000
OMAIIA GE.XnrtAL MAItrtETS.
Cnndlrloa of Trt.de and Qnotnttoae oaj
Staple aad Fancy Prodaeo.
BUTTER-Creamery. No. 1 delivered to
retail trade In cartons, 23c; No. 1. In 4-lb,
tubs. !Sc; No. 1, In 30-lb. tubs, 23c; No.
I, In 60-lb. lube. 20c; No 2, in 30-lb. tuba
lie; No. 2, In 1-lb. cartons, 21c; No. 1. Ig
carload lets, 21c; No. 2, In carload lota,
l&4fl!c; country, fanoy, tuba, 17c: com
EGOS- Fresh candled. 19c per doxen.
CHEESE finest Wisconsin full cream,
twins, 14c; young Americas, 4 in hoop,
16c; favorite. 8 In hoop, 15c; aalfles, 2. In
hoop. 16c; cream brick, full ease. 13 c;
Half case. 13c; half doxen bricks, 14a No
quotations on Swiss nor limber ger until
sH' JAR Coarse granulated, 6.50c; fins
granulated. I.70u; cubes. .60c; powdered,
1.50c per lb.. ... , .
DRESSED POL'tVTRT-dquaba, $2.31
BEEF CUTS No. 1 rib. 17c; No. 1 rib,
JJc; No. 3 rib, uc; No. 1 loin, 20c; No. 2
iOln, 12c: No. I loin, 8c; No. 1 chuvk, 6c;
No. 8 chuck, 4c; No. 3 chuck, 4c; No. 1
round. 8c; No. 2 round. 7c; No. 8 round.
tc: No. 1 plate, 6c; N. 3 plate, 4c; No.
4 plate, J-.
VKOETaTilES - Celery, sglchlgan. par
dox.. 36c. Beans, new wax and aprlng, ona
thiid bu basket, II. 00; navy per bu , No. L
82 '0; lima. 6c per lb Cabbage. 2c per lb.
potatoes, new. per bu., $i.io. Tomatoes,
per 4-basket crate. 90o. Waterm'oua. $
tOc. CanLalopea, Calllornia. U.ml.Q per
Crete. Apuiagus. per dox.. toe. Cue u in.
bers, per doi.. 60c. Onions. Bermuda, 1.j4
tier crate; Texss yellow, i.26 t-er era. a
Mushrooms, cultivated, per 10.. Me. Let
tuce, per dox., 26c Pepper, southern, it
FRESH FRUIT&-Apples. 13.X03.OO per
bu. box. Lemons. $4.6c4lj.ac oranges, 4.ot
4o.00. llananas, 4c ter lb. 1 lu"is. 1.25 par
4-banket crate. Peaci.es. CalUuinla. i0.u)
per box; Texas, 4-Lske2 licu. jhi0c.
Pears, $1.50 per 4-baskel crate. Blackber
ries, $4.00 per crate. Uaapberrlea, $4.uu per
crate. Cherrlea, 82.26. Curiam. 4.00 per
crate. Ooosebeiriea, $Z.0o per ciate.
LIVE POoLTRX Hens, 9c. springs, 13e;
roosters, 5c; ducks, young, 9c; old. 3c
geese. 6c; turkeys. 14c; pigeona. um psr
doxen; au.uabs, $2.00 per duaen.
DRIED FRUITS Raisins, loose Muscatel.
6n; fancy seeded, 1-1 o. cartou. 10c Cur
runts, uncleaned. 6c; cleaned. 8c; carton,
9c per lb. Prunes. 400o per sack; 7J
per lb. Apricots, 26-1 o. uoxes, 9o per lo.
feaoliei Jjalifoinia cnoice, 9u; fancy boxes.
He per ib. Pears, California. Ho. Dates,
r-erxlau. 6c. r .gs. layers, choice, luc
Clton, Ibujjou. Lemon peel, 13c Oraugs
h ISH Halibut, 8c: trout. Ho; pickerel, lie.
pike, 14c, bullheads, skinned and dresaed,
13c; white perch, kc; white baas, 17c; black
beta, 25c; crappiea, 16c; white flah. 13c;
red anapper, 14c: flounders. 12c; mackerel,
17c; codfish, fresh frozen. 13c; ahad roe. 4&c;
smelts. 13c; frog legs. 6o; green sea turtle
meat, 25c; cattish, 16c; eel, per lb., 18o.
HIDES Quotations by J. 8. Smith 4k Co.:
Green aalted No. 1. 10c; No. 2. 9c; bull
bides. No. 1. 8c; No. 2. 7c; horse nldea
$2.60; sheep pelts, 26c to $1.60; dry pelta. 10
to 12c per lb.- dry flint butcher hides, 13ci
dry fallen hides, 11c: dry salted bides. 9a.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. COTTON Fu
tues closed steady; October, 8.86c; No
vember, 8.66c; December, 8.66c; Janu
ary, 8.45c; February, 8.42c; March, 8.42c;
May, 8.36c; July, 8.34c Spot closed quiet
at 10 points advance; middling uplands
9.10c; middling gulf, 9 35c; sale, none.
Futurea opened steady; October, 8.79c;
December, 8.57c; January, 8.38c; March
8.8Jc; May, 8.32c; July, 8.31c.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 10. COTTON Spot,
dull, prices unchanged; American middling
fair, 6.62d; good middling, 6.16V1; middling,
4.90d; low middling, 4.'.2U; good ordinary.
4.12d; ordinary. S.72J.
The sales of the day were 2.000 bales, of
which 2u0 balea were for speculation and
export -and included l.tino bales of Amer
ican; receipts. lu.onO balea, all American.
Futures opened steady and closed steady;
October. 417d; October-November. 4.67d;
November-December, 4.63d; December-January,
4.52d; January-February, 4.6.M; February-March.
4521; March-April, 4.53d;
Apiil-M.iy, 4 5.1 VI, May-June, 4.54d; June
July. 4.54.1; July-August. 4.53d.
OAI.VKSTON, Tex., Oct. 10. COTTON
5 ea.ly, 9o.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 10. COTTON
Spot firm; low ordinary, 4 9-16c, nominal;
ordinary, 5c. nominal; good ordinary,
6 13-lttc; low middling, 8 3-16c; middling,
8 13-16o; good middling, 9c; middling fair,
9c; fa r, 10c, nominal. Receipts, 67
balea: stock. 82,481 bales. Futures closed
quiet and steady; October, 8 49c; November,
8.47c; December, 8.43c; January, 8.39c; Feb
ruary, 8.37c; March, 8.30e.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 10. COTTON Un
changed ; middling, 9c. No Bales; receipts,
2.89 hales; shipments, 2,644 bales; stock,
Soger and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Oct. 10-8UOAR-Raw,
quiet; fair refining, 8.43fc8.4Xe; centrifugal,
96 test. 8 9a'.;i 9c; molasses sugar, l.ltyy 3.25c;
refined eteady; No. 7, 4.70c; No. 10, 4. Sic;
No. 11, 4.3oc; No. II. 4.26c; No. 13. 4 20c:
No. 14, 4.14c; confectlonera' A,, 4.80c;
mould A. t.35c; cut loaf, 6.80c; crushed,
6.7oc; powdered, 6.10c; granulated, 6c;
cubes, & 25c .
MOLASSES Steady; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, 2s-42c.
HT. 1X31 '1 3. Oct. 10.-WOOL Firm; me
dium gradea, combing and clotMng, lATj-SOc;
light fme, ltalCr heavy fine, ll12c;
tub washed, 'ATia,
Advertise In The Bee, the paper that goat
into the homes of U best people
NEW YORK STOCKS ASD BONDS
Speculators Await Development
Europe and Market it Dull.
UKDEBTOKE OF ANXIETY ABROAD
Moderate Advanees Early In Pay Are
Lost oa fro pert a of (iold Ex
ports loalng Tone la
NEW YORK, October 10-The dull and
sliigglxh market today Indicated thnt the
speculation market waa II. tie Inclined lo
take chances on what might i,ccur over
Sunday .n the In.'lammaMe state of affairs
In southern Km ope. There was some re
laxation of tension on that account, for
the day was over In London before It be-
r;an hue. New York wan thus detrlv d of
ts most relied on barometer of foieign de
velopments. The London market Itself, while In opera
tion, showed a deeldely more tra.iqul. tone
an.l some tendency toward recovery from
ti acute weakness of Friday, British con
sols sharing In this tendency. This waa
partly ow ng to the disposition nf the liar
party to dose up their uncover d sho t ton
iracte In view of the approach of the
periodical stork market settlement next
week. London a Improvement was partly
lost before Ita short session ended and the
undertone of anxiety waa manifest there
In sphe of the more hopeful prospects re
ported for a diplomatic settlement of the
The local market waa free from the pres
sure of foreign liquidation which has over
whelmed It on each successive day of the
work and the way was thus op ned to mod
erate advances. The prominence of the
Harrlman stoiks and of Hock island In this
movement waa testimony to the influence
of yesterday's developments In pointing
Harrlman Intereat In Rink Island affairs,
which was Inferred from the financing of
St. Louis and Sun Franc sco nbllani Ions
by tl e p n Ipal Harrlman bankers, another
ground fcr the hesitating and Irregular
slock market be rig gold exports and their
possible effect on the metal n arket. Sp
l. niber exports of agricultural products
were reported today, and the obligation I11
urrel by foreign market to pav fir them,
supply an additional incentive fur foieign
sell nir of AmetcHn s-cui ltles here as an
offset In order to adjust the exchanges. The
value of expoi tn of this class In Hpteml-r
rose to the highest total since February,
when we were still hurrying th marketing
of our products to help out the financial
crls.a. The bunk statement published after
the slock market closed, gave warning of
how our banking position will be effected
by continuance of the weeks' liquidation
for fureign account.
.T'T. BU,ck niarket closing tone was de
Bonds were heavy. Total enle, par value,
can"4'000' lj'"lle1 'S6' botida unchanged on
Following wore the sales and range of
prices on the Btock exchange today:
. Bale. Hlrh. Lw. Close
AnMiriun&iftn copper ...
Am. C. a p
Am. C. A F. pfd
Ajn. Potion Oil
Am. H. A L. pra
Am. Ice Berurltl0s
Am. l.inwed oil
Am. Locomotive pfd
Am. . A K
Am. B. & R. pfd
Am. ftumr Rflnln
Aui. Tobacco pfd
IK0 7H li
t00 40 4n
100 M 33 a
200 14 4
300 4714 47 41.1,
. lO.l'O loi, , 14
. 10. '10 43 ' 414 1H
. 1.1(0 !TiS h K74
.. .:oo wh k si. 14
. 1,101) 48 4R4
. 3,000 17t 171 u, j;n,
. 4,900 4H 40'4 41
400 7 t f'i
. . 114 13414 'Ti
. 1,0110 38 14 34 Jl
. 1,300 41 40 4K14
. l.tno 144 li
100 17T4 17 1714
lOu 144 184 1V
100 10 SO ltu,
.. ll.iuvi 1144 1114 ii 4
. 1.100 44 U 4.t 44
100 36 th It
.. 100 141 141 lei
. 1,400 U2S4 131 li-
oe iii' iji" 137
H 10V4 io4 1014
00 !1"4 ) li
. 1.7x0 J744 tin y
too t4 MV, 1314
600 tl tl 17
IK) l' 1044 iVt
200 M .M'4 ni
400 122 122 l??Va
loo It 6JH M
, i,w so 24i4 aivj
too M mH k1,4
I11O 103 4 10314 )3,a
. t.300 4114 40 40
400 71 71 71
. 1,400 140 13S 1V4
00 US 12114 ua
too 11 u ::
f0 SS 1774 S7V4
. 17,600 lt 1L 12yt4
10 7H 7H 7u
. 1.000 14 ita, it
. 11.600 (K 47 ,74
600 32 II ll4
too 214 (1(4 0il4
. 11,4(10 10314 10J14 10214
00 1144 tt m
too M14 it 114
. t.lOO 41 4044 40Vi
o te t14 t
0 b Ml 64
. 4I.U0 14S14 1CV4 13
100 II II II
100 101 101 101
. ii.tm 4s 41 !
t"0 100 10ti 10,4,
too 41H 4114 4114
100 24 2rt ii'4
74 7314 '4
100 IV. 114
1(0 2S 24 tb
Anaconda Mlnlnc Co
Atchison pfd .".
Allantlc t'onat Line
Baltlmor A Ohio
Hal. a Ohio pfd
hrooKlvn Rapl.1 Tr
Onlral iaiher .
Central Leather pM......
Canlral of New .Teraey...
ChrMpeaao A Ohio
Chicago fit. W
Chicago A N. W
C, M. A St. P
C. C. C. Bt. L
Colorado r. A I
Colorado A 80
Colo. A Fo. lt pfd
Colo. A 80. Id ptd
Delaware A Hudaon
DcnTar A K. O
D. A R. O. pfd
Dlntlllera' Bacurltlaa ....
Krla lat pfd
Erie Cd pfd
Oenrai Klrotrlo ........
Oreat Northern pfd
fit. Northern Ore etfi...
Interhorouc h Met
Int. Met. pfd
Kanaaa City 80
K. C. So. ptd
Loularllle A N
Minn. A St. L
M., St. P. A S. 8. M....
M., K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
Naw York Cantral
N. ., O. A W
Norfolk A W
P.. C, C. A Bt. L
Preaaed Stael Car
Pullman Palace Car
Hallway Rural Bprngt....
Republic Steel pfd
Rock lalaad Co ,
Rock Ialand Co
Bt. U A a. r. 3d pfd...,
Bt. Louis S. W
Bt. L. S. W. pfd
Bloaa-Sheffleld 8. A I....
60. Paclflo ptd
80. Railway pfd
Taxaa A Pacific
T., Bt. L A W
T., Bt. L. A W, pfd
t'nlon Pacific pfd
V. 8. Rubber
V. 9. Rubbar lat pfd
V. 8. Steel
V. S. 8 tool ptd
Va. -Carolina Chemical .
Va.-Caro. Chm. pfd
Wtitlnlliouaa Eloctrto ..
W. A L. K
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. MONEY On
call, nominal; time loans, firmer; sixty
days, 2 Vi t2 H per cent; ninety days, 1(4
i hi per cent; fclx months, 3Vt)3H per
cent; prime mercantile paper, i'diibi per
HTERLINO EXCHANGE Weak. with
actual bualness in bankers' bills at 14 so
S 4 8610 for sixty-day bills and at 14 HH50
4 . h 6 6 0 for demand; commercial Inlls.
SILVER liar, 61 He; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotationa on New York bonds
were as follows:
V. t. ret la. r.i i 'i 4 Int. Mot. 414
do coupon 104 L. A N. unl. 4a
V. 8. la. reg : .10014 Ma. Contral 4a....
do coupi.d 101 aao lat Inc
V. 8. 4a, r 11 Minn. A 8t. U 4a...
do coupon Ill M.. K. A T. 4s
am. Toeaoco 4a 7114 do 2s
. . ao
do 10a N. R. R. of M. 1
Atchison (as. 4a N. V. Ci g. 114a.
do adl. 4a. (2 N. J C. . 6a...
do ct. 4a US No. Pacific 4a...
do ct. 6a 103 do 3a
Atlantic c. L. 4a 44N. a w. c. 4a..
Hal. A Ohio 4a to O 8 L. rfda. 4a
do lla li'4Penn. ct. llta iii. a,iT
Bra. R. T. cv. 4a 74 do con. 4a iihJ
Central of Oa.
1044 Reading gas. 4a uu
ii Hop. of Cuba Sa loj
91 Bt. L. A I. M. c. 6a.. IIO14
Ml'iBl. L. a 8 F. If. 4a. 772
7. la 81. L 8. W. .. 5a... . ii
do lat tnc
do M tnc
Chea. A Ohio 41aa
Chicago A A. IHa.
C B A Q. n. 4a..
C. R. I. A P. 4a.,
do col. 6a ,
oaaDoara A. L. 4a.
It1 'to. Paalfic 4a
7ila8o. Pacific lat 4a...
47 So. Railway 6a
('(. a Bt, L. g. 4a. t14 Teaaa A P. la
Colo. Ind. 6a...
7S4T , 8t. L. A W. 4a..; 7614
44 I'nlon Paclflo 4a 102H
Colo. Mid. 4a....
Colo. A 80. 4a....
Hal. A H. ct. 4a.
n. A R. O. 4a...
grto p. I. 4a...
do gaa. 4s
Ho. a. Vol. 4s..
-10 V. 8. atoal M ts
1 Wabaah la
.. l.'VtWetarn Md. 4a..
.. 1114 W. A L. g. 4a...
..104 Wis. Contral 4a ...
a n. r.. w. it. A
s-H ct. aa ctfa nv
WASHINGTON. Oct. W.-Today's state
tnent of the treasury balances In the gtii
eral fund, exclusive of the I1dO.O00.OW gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance
17.a.tt; gold coin and bullion. X3S M rjs,'
gold certificates, t-rt.630. - '
BERLIN. Oct. W. -Trad ing on the Bourse
today waa quiet and price were firmer.
PARIS, Oct, 10 Trading on the Uourae
today opened better, but It became very
agitated with alternate periods of firm
ness, i'rlces were bid up strong at the
circulation of denials of germing rumor
from the Italkana The pi n ate ra.e of
dlrcount waa H higher at ? Per cent.
London ( losing Mock.
IXlNION, (Vt. 10-The rally made last
evening on the Stock exchange progressed
further tod.iy. owing to murn favorable
iH'WS of the (K'llti.al outlook. Thla Induced
beats to cover, and. with Investors buying
at the lower level, there occurred a general
Improvettv-nt. especially In Kaffirs and for.
eigners. Consols rose t4. hut closed below
the best. Amerlran avrurllles opened firm
and received fair surnx'rt dnrlng the early
part of the eesslon. but realisations canned
a moderate setback and the market closed
steady. Money was abundant and discounts
lx?ndon closing stock quetstlnns:
Conaola. monay 64 7-HMr, H. A T
(MN. T. ("antral....
flaltlmor A Ohio..
Chaapoaka a O
Chlcaao O. W
( hi., Mil. A 81 P.
Denver A Rio O....
do let pfd
do Id pfd
4 Nortolk A W
VS d.i pfd ...
. 4ii4 Ontario A W
. VI Pennwlvanlft ..
.Il') Band Mlsoa
. 41v Hrartlne ........
I Bnolhare Ry
.1.114 do pfd
. .44 Bmithern Paclflo. 106U,
. rl I'nlon Pa. tl lc 14 A
... sin ao in rt
... :. 8 Meet.... 4Ti
... 4i do pfd llt4
... . 4 Wabaah I
... I!14 do ptd J
...140 Bnanlah 4s ... l
...1(T', Amal. Coeser T4
LotilrTllla A N ..
steady kt 13 11-1M per
MONEY-A!S ler cent.
The rste of discount In the open market
Is lKyftlH per cent; for three months' bills,
l'itj'is per cent.
Doatea Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Oct. 10.-Money, call loanB. Mt
8 per cent; time loans, Sfi4Mj per rent.
Quotations on stock and bonds were a
Atchlaon adj. 4a ii Allnnrl It
do 4a Amalgamated 74
Mei. central 4a T'4 Atlantic -. 1114
Atchlaon R. R 6.14 cat A Heels
do ptd H Centennial I
notion A Albany 316 Copper Range 7i
Potion A Maine I I Italy Weat
Hoaton Klavated lal rranklla .v "I
Kll.hburs pfd UliiOranby
N. V , N. H. A H...H lala Horalo 2?lt
Union Pacific 1(24 Maa,. Mining ........ t
Am. Are. Chem '7 ML-hlgan .i.... 16
Am. Ptieu Tuba :M Mohawk WS4
Amor. Susar 1' "i Moot. C A C
do pfd ' UTWOIfl Homlnlna 44
Am. T. A T..., 1J4H, Oax-eola 1!
Am. Woolen 11 Parrot ,. 1
do pfd 1 yn'tqulncy , 1
Edlann Elan. IIIU....J2A Shannon .
Ocnaral Kleclrlc I1 Tamarack
lulled FruK ....
t'nltad 8. M
f. 8. Steel
.... r,i t'nltad Ccipae HI14
.... 61 8. Mlnlag '4
....!?. IT. g. oil Itf4
.... 6Vf rtah 40 4
.... k!4 Victoria 4'4
.... 44 Winona I 4
...,l"iH Wolrarlae 131
Clearing Ilonae Hank Statement. . .
NEW YORK, Oct. 10-Tlie ftatement f-f
the clearing house banks for the week
shows that the banks hold ;t4.707,Kn more
than the requirements of the 3t per cerA
reserve rule. This is a decrease of $7,6K1.26
In the proportionate cash reserve aa com
pared with laat week. The statement fol
Reserve required ...
Ex 17. S. deposits.,.
The percentage cf actual reserve of the
rleartnK house) banks at the close of busi
ness yesterday waa 27.40.
The statement of the banks and trust
companies of Greater New York, not mem.
bers of the clearing house, shows thai
these Institutions have aggregate deposits'
of $1,O03.Wl,0C; total cash on hand. 1100,
411,700, and loan amounting to fWl.t37,2CO.
Oct. 10. Bank clearing fot
1.(10,2B0.40. and for the cor.
date last year 2.277,ll.0.
Monday . , .
Tuesday . .
1.890, 260. 40
2. 12,483. 21
2. 154,124. 01
Total. . .13,868,60R 04 112,864.261. J
Increase over the corresponding week
laat year, 4496. 26S-..
New York, Mining; Stock.
NEW YORK. Oct lO.-ClbBlng qliotatlona
on New York Mining stocks:
..too LaadTtUo coa.
Brunawick Con. ...
Com. Tunnel atock.
Com. Tunnel bonds.
Con. Cal. A Va
Horn 8. Ivor
, 4 Utile Chief
4 Mnlcan St
l Ontario AOS
, 17 Ophlr 18U
, 46 Standard ISO
Ml Tallow Jacket a
Oil and Iteata.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. OIL Cottonseed,
steady; prime crude, 29p.o; yellow, Hi(t
8Vt. Petroleum, steady; refined New York
eX.50; Philadelphia and ' Baltimore, W.46;
bulk, IX.45. Turpentine quiet, 3M.Q.
ROSIN Quiet; strained, common to good,
OIL CITY, Pa., Oct. la-OILCredlt bal
ances, 11.78; runs, 84.083; average, 141.24K;
shipments, 150,716; average, 186,207.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. METALS Thar
was no fresh feature In the metal market
and business was quiet In the absence of
1.1 Tin I. r.,.,.t ..A m , tO 1 "I, '! ,A f.w.
per wa weak and nominal with lake
quoted at 3.J7H1S.2; electfolytlo at
13!Mifl3Ho and casting at 112.87W1S 12V4
Iad wa dull at l4.4Ck4H.46. Spelter, I4.72V&
177Vi Iron unchanged.
CHOLERA IN , PHILIPPINES
Approximately 1S.O0O Death la tha
Island Sine First mt
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 Approximately
12,000 death from cholera In th4 Philip
pine islands slnoe January 1 of thl year
are announced In a detailed report mad
to the public health ervlce by Chief
Quarantine Officer McCltntock at Manila.
The report Bay tftat case of cholera
continue to occur in the Philippine, but
the disease show -very little tendency
to spread and that an Improvement I
noted In all the cholera-Infected provlnoea
FREDERICK R. TIBBITTS
4 !li Floor, 35 Coiigms St , Bottot, Km j
Commission order fo stoekd aad Boad
la all market.
aad other Curb Stock BeagrUt aad Boltt,
THE SOUTH OMAHA AND WESTERN
lUtii'tuJAii i.tJuirAni Braaciai Meet
ing. Omaha, Neb., October' 1 1908. A spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of The
South Omaha and Western Railroad Com
pany will be held at the office of the
Company in Omaha, Neb., on Friday, Le
cember 18, 19uS, at 11 o'clock a. m., for tha
purpose of authorising and providing for
the sale of the railroad of The South Omaha
and Western Railroad Company, with it
franchises and appurtenance. It real es
tate and personal property, to Union Pa
clflo Railroad Company, the consideration
for such sale to be the canoellation of
the bonds and satisfaction of the mort
gage of aald The South Omaha and Western
Railroad t'ompany, and the assumption of
all Its other Indebtedness by the said
Union Paclflo Railroad Company; and for
the purpose of transacting all such other
business as may legally come before the
meeting. For the purpoaea of th meeting
the books for the transfer of stock will
be closed at 1 o'clock p. m. on Monday
December 7, litis, and will be reopwned at
10 o'clock a. bi. on Daturdy, December
19, 1908. - T. U. ORK, Secretary. OadtoDU
SEALED BIDS WILL BE HKCKIVKD BY
the HI. Vencealaus church (Rev. I. 8 bn
pastor, Dodge, Neb), until October 14 f,,e
the building of a parochial achoel, i.,,
lory and basement. Plans, etc., at 1'ee
8. Proa. Dodge, Nob. A deposit i f i
oe require! from contractors takx e
from the paaior. Amoa Treao r
KraJlceA, Qevrg Frei, aiuildlug ( .
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