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T1IE BP;K: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909.
XRAIS AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wtt Aftin Strong, Although Newi
ii Not Bullish.
BESTIMLNT OF TRADERS VEERS
geenlatore Who H Been Selling;
for Several Weeke Baying; I
Short Snles Corn Easier,
Owlif to Profit Taking.
OMAHA. Sept 10. 190.
The wheat market mi strong gln to
day, although newi la not bullish. The
sentiment among trader haa changed, be
cauee the market refuted to decline on
heavy ahort aelllna tor aevaral week.
Theae same speculators are buying In their
hort aalea and value have taken an up
Horn waa somewhtt eaaler price work
Ing a trifle lower, owing to heavy profit
taklnir aalea on the bulge. Sentiment la
till bullish and tha reaction la only tem
porary. Wheat continued strong find showed I
rood advance on buying of good Quality
Offerings were exceptionally flight and the
very light receipt acared tha ahorta, who
started covering, forcing pricea higner
Cash wheat brought good price over ye,
Corn waa steady early and worked into
r stronger position later when offerings
f dried up. Early sellers were good buyers
1 at tha close and sentiment waa strongly
bullish. Caah corn was up again and all
i offering brought from e to c hlgner.
Y Primary wheal receipts ere 1.4f.000
bushels and shipments were 9.0u0 bushels,
against receipts last year of 1.WI.008 bushels
and shipments of TO, 000 bushel.
primary coin rarelpls acre 171,000 bush
eld and ahlpmenta Were 2M.000 bushels,
against reoelpts last year of 411.000 bushela
and shipments of 883.000 bushels.
Clearance were i.000 bushels of corn,
6.000 bushel of oata and wheat and flour
equal to mono bushels.
Liverpool closed VlHd higher on wheat
and 4trS,d lower on corn.
Local range of options:
patents. I4.WWS.1S; first clears, 14 2MJ446;
ernnd cls-sra, It.OofiS 30.
LAAHhibD Closed at 11.40V
NEW YORK STOChS AND BONDS
WEATHKR I TUB 4.RAIK BELT
OMAHA. Sept. 10, 190O.
Th area of low pressure overlying the
central valleya Thursday morning con
tinued eastward during the last twenty
tour hours ana Is nu central over tns
upper Onto vaiiey and lower iak region,
fenower accompanieu this oepression over
th upper Mississippi and Ohio valleys and
Iak region during ihuisday and It IS pre
ceded by general rains over tn eaa'ern
states this morning. Mo precipitation
Worthy of mention haa occurred west of
tne Mississippi river since th last report
and generally clear weather prevails west
of th river this morning. A rldg of rela
tively hign pi resure -extends from tn ex
treme upper valleys southwest over tne
lower Rocky mountain, and this high
pressure is accompanied by cooler weather
in the upper Mississippi and upper Mis
souri valleys. An area of low pressure Is
moving In over th extreme northwest and
will extend over the valleys within th
next twenty-four hours, causing a rise In
temperature In this vicinity by Saturday,
with continued fair weather.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
tli last three years:
1908. 1S0A. 190T. 19011.
Minimum temperature.... S3 6 61 72
Precipitation 00 .00 .07 .00
Normal temperature for today, (8 degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March I,
corresponding period In 1908,
Market Bises Sharply on Buying by
Bhorti Who Overplayed Situation.
UNION PACIFIC MAKES BIO GAIN
Ai'tlcles.l Open. Hlgh.j Low. Cloe. Tes'y.
V lies i -
corresponding period In 1907,
L. A. WELSH,
Cora and Whrst Region Bnlletln.
For Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at I a. m., Tf.th meridian
time, Friday, September 10, 1909:
$0 iK'r. SO!
69' 67 Nil ' bl
7H tn 87
37 r4i n
Omaha Cask Price.
tVltBAT NO. 1 hard, OCiflvSc; No. 3 hard.
j4c; No. 4 hard, Susm:; No. t spring,
CORN No. I. (34o: No. t. tiW, No. 4.
(3c; No. 3 yellow, 4Jjfi4t,o; No. 1 yellow,
Wtie; No. I white, (4c; No. I white,
OATS-No, I mixed. SSVtljtfc: No,
low, 8Sc; No. 8 white, ai49'3SVo j
white, I7cr'3c: standard, 84o.
nre-No. t, tte; no. a, m&osc.
Car lot ureeipte.
V neat. Corn. Oats,
Chicago U 11
Minneapolis 61s ...
Omaiia So 41 M
X wheat at Liverpool, but soon weai
on lioerai realising. For a time eeiutm
was a trlfl bearish, but toward the ni
huuf a firmer feeling develop.! and,
j trading piopesid. prices continued to
.mf vane. A feature Has in continued
CHICAUO GH AIM AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of k Trading; and Closing
Prices an Board of Trad.
CHICAUO, Kept. 10. Kin., caoies and a
brisk uenmiiu (or casn uncai here ny
millers imparted decided siieiig th to ti.c
wneat mat net her today. rina quotations
snowed net asms of Ivtc to lVu- Coarss
arain and provisions aiso closed firm.
'iti wheal market opened liiui owing to
advance uf S penc in tn price ot
geatlon of the heptamber delivery and a
consequent wide range In the price of
that option. Bnorts were active bidder
at various times tmoughout the day. Ah
excellent milling demand for cash wheal
her and In th northwest prompted con
siderable buying, and a report that ten
loads of durum wheat had been "worked"
fur export- at Duluth also brought out
sum demand. Weather conditions In th
northwest wer favorable for thresntng and
th movement of new grain waa again
on a liberal ecale. Th market closed
strong, with December at 91o.
Moderate weakness waa manifested In th
corn market early In the day, but th last
half hour of th session a firm tone de
veloped. Tli close was strong at almost
th top, final quotation showing gaina of
H to KSo. "
Oata were dull the greater part' of th
day. The market closed firm late In the
day. Prices at the close wers 24g2?tt
Th leading futures range.1 as follows:
stations. Max. Mln. fall Sky.
Ashland, Neb.... 7 1 .00- Pt. cloudy
Auburn, Neb 89 63 .00 Foggy
Hroken Bow, Neb. M ' 45 .00 Clear
Columbus, Neb.. 64 .00 Foggv
Culbertson, Neb.. W 61 .00 Clear
Falrbury, Neb.... 89 61 .00 Clear
Fairmont. Neb... M 6T .00 Clear
Or. Island. Neb.. US 63 .00 Cloudy
Hartlagton, Neb. 78 63 .00 Clear
Hastings, Neb.... 87 6 .00 Cloudy
Oakdale. Neb 80 62 .00 Foggy
Omaha. Neb 12 83 .00 Foggy
Tekamah, Neb... K7 M .00 Cloudy
Alia. Ia 83 m .00 CI ar
Carroll. Ia 82 63 .00 Clear
Clarlnda. Ia 87 69 .82 Clear
Sibley, Ia 78 r.1 .00 Foggy
Sioux City, Ia... 80 64 .00 Foggy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending ot 8 a. in.
Max. Mln. Inches,
No. of Temp
Chicago. Ill 2t)
Columbus. 0 17
Des Moines, Ia..., 14
Indianapolis, Ind.. 12
Kansas City, Mo.. 18
Minneapolis, Minn. 27
Omaha, Neb 16
St. Louis, Mo 13
Th weather I cooler In
Nebraska and Iowa, but
changes have been slight and Unimportant
in otner portions or the corn and wheat
region. Raina occurred within the last
twenty-four hours In all except the Kansas
City district. U A. WELSH,
Local Forscaster, Weather Bureau.
74 60 .12
71 64 .12
H2 iS .02
82 64 .72
92 ) .00
SO 62 T
84 W .04
86 64 .44
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close. Ys y.
23 85 ,
Cash quotation were as follows:
FLOCK Firm: winter patents. 14.T0r9
6 10; straights. 14 40avi8; spring straights,
t.tmtv; bakers. 13 im 80.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 4SiS61e; fair
to choice malting, 6&axibc.
SKKDrt Flax. No. 1 southwestern, tl 34;
No. 1 nortbwestern.-l.l. Clover, 112 50.
PROVISIONS Pork. mess, per bbl.. S28 SO
4123.66. Lard. Per 100 lbs.. 12.1iiJ12 17 V
Short ribs sides (loose), n.(rril.76; short
clear sides I boxed. Ill IT Willi W.
Total clearances of wheat and flour war
ritual to 238.0U0 bu. Kxporls for th week,
a shown by Rradstreet's, wer equal to
2 411.000 bu. Primary receipts wr 1.4SJ,
000 bu.. compared with l.Wn.000 bu. th cor
responding day a year ago.
Katlmated receipt for tomorrow: Wheat,
66 cars; corn, 330 cars; oats, 1R cars; hogs,
9.000 heed. 1 ' .
BUTTKR Steady; creameries, nvtwwe;
COOS Receipts. cases, xteaay at
oases moiuaeo.: isc; nrsis, v;
ortine firsts. 22o.
CHKESK Steady; "daisies. 164H6Ve:
twins. 14Q1S: Young Americas, 14c; long
POTATOES Steady; rholc to fancy, 3
66el fair to gand. o3
POILTRY 8tady; turkeys, 17c; chick
ens. 10c; springs.. IS'tQ,
VEAIstrady; 60 to 00-ib. weights, 9
V; 0 to Vlb. weights, 9Hfri0c; 85 to 110
Ib. weights, .10913.
L Liverpool 43raln Market.
Liverpool. sep. io wheat Spot
dull ; No, I red western winter, Ts 6Wd; fu
tures steady; September, 7 9d; December
la Sd: March. 7s 74.
CORN spot steady; new American
mixed, via Oalvesion, ts 4Hd; fuluien
steady; October, 6 6vd; Dcmbr, is
SEW YORK GEXEHAL MARKET
(tootatlon of the Day on Varlona
Com modi tie.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. FLOUR Receipts,
18,60 bbls. ; exports, 11.450 bbls. Market firm
and held higher; Minnesota patents, I5.10t)
6.00; Minnesota bakera, !5.1t$.60; winter
patents, 16.lOu6.40; winter strealghts, HM)
i.00; winter extras. $4.204.l6; winter low
grades, $4.1Kt4 56; Kansas straights, 64.03
4.90. Rye flour, steady; fair to good, $4.16
tt.2B; choice to rancy, M.ao'a4.46.
CORNMKAL Steady; fine white and yel
low, l.ao(1.65; coarse, ll.S0tf l.66; kiln dried
RYE Dull; No. 1 western, 6o, f. o. b.
BARLKY Steady; feeding, 6162c, c 1
f. New York.
WHEAT Receipts, 7.200 bu. Spot market
strong; No. I red, $l.0H. elevator, 1112 ,
f. of b. 'afloatrNo. 1 northern,' Duluth, 11.09,
f. o. b. abloat; N6. 1 hard winter. tl.UVl,
f. o. b. afloat. Th feature tn wheat today
was a violent Jump In th afternoon fol
lowing decided strength In ou:slde markets,
a big demand from shorts to replace earlier
sales and an excellent demand for cash
wheat. Th close was lfil'i net hlxher.
September closed at 11.10S4, December closed
at 11.06H and May closed at 11.07U.
CORN Receipts, 1.240 bu.; exports, t.SOO
bu. bpot market strong; No. 2, old, 7Vv
elevator, and 80c, nominal, delivered; No. t
new, 67Wc, f. o. b. afloat. Th option mar
ket was more active and firmer with th
west, closing partly Ho net higher. Sep
tember closed at 70i4c and December closed
OATS Receipts, 126.000 bu. ; exports, t.400
Du. Spot market steady; mixed. 40Vjo, nonv
Inal; natural white, 401i434a; clipped while
HAY Firm; No. 3, 76(S80c; good to choice,
HIDFS Fssy; Bogota. 18Ui20Ue: Central
LEATHER Quiet at tSiffSOe.
PROVISIONS-Heef. firm: farallv. 11400
f14.60; mesa. 110 Uwt 11.60; beef hams, $24 00
(i.w; pacKei, is.wy i jot); city extra India
mess. liw.Mxa L't.uu. cut meats, steady: pick
led bellies, 112 i6lS.O0; pickled hams. 11! 00
iRUW. Lard, steady; middle west. !12.f0l
11.70; refined, steady; continent, tllOO; South
America, 113.60; compound. 17.624ft7.v7Vl
Pork, stron: family, 122.60 23 00; short
O'ear. znvan.w. mess, l2J.2Rfrft.TU.
TALIXV Steady; city. 6-lft45H0; eoun
try. 6 1-Vm 1-lSc.
RICE Steady; domestic. 2W4e: Janan
Bl'TTER steady; creamery specials.
31W32c; extras. Sic; thirds to first. 2.V,
10c; western factory, lHrtj23c; western
CHKK8K Steady; full . cream, specials,
EOOS Steady; western extra firsts, 269
POTTLTRY Alive, dull; western chickens,
ITc; fowls. 17Hc; turkevs, 16c; dressed, dull;
western chickens, 16023c; fowls, ITlSe.
PEORIA. HI., Sept. 10.-CORN-Hlgher;
No. t yellow. 6akc; No. 1 yellow, Csc;
NO. t. 6ac; No. 1. k
OATS-Higher; No. 1 white. o; No. t
bll. standard, 3tc.
r dollars. H-4 212.000; sliver dollara of
l'tJ. 4.IH11 silver certlficaiee oulstand-
lieneral Fund Standard silver dollars In
enrral fund. 16.131. 912; current liabllitiea.
I,.1.9'.'.a41, working balance In treasury
flices, 29.7l.74T ; in banks to Credit of
nlted Males treasurer. 18,834.9n; silh.
ldiary sliver coin, t'.'4 490l; minor coin,
1.829.W1. Total balance In general fund.
Banker Wlo Have Been Bneklng tk
Road ay Tbey Will Aet a I'nlt
In Carrying Oat Harrl
NEW YORK. Sem. 10. Tha annals of the
New York Slock exchange show no paral
lel for tn action of the market today, fol
lowing tne death of K. H. Hairlman.
ihei have been instances where oue
preparation In anticipation of, the deatn
of an important capitalist has absorbed
th shock so far as to minimise Its bad
effect on th stock market, while In other
cases demoralisation has followed, s on
th sudden death of the late ex-Oovernor
slower In the midst of his conduct of a
violent speculation But for today's ex
cited upsnoot of prices there Is no parallel.
Some of th principal raona lor in
movement ar not obscure, althougn tn
observer yesterday who predicted a rise
in prices todsy wer fransiy regaraea a
extremists. '1 he principal agents in ths
Violent advance in prices and th acutest
sufferers undoubtedly ar thos who have
presumed to aell iimki short on th as
sumption that holders of shsre In ths
Harrtman properties would tusn mem i
sale at a sacrifice at Mr. Harrlman m
death. The short sellers became convinced
before th first hour of ths market was
over that the resistance enown oy pi
was too strun to overcome. I neir pi
clpitat rush to buy stocks had mucn to
do with ths rocket-like nignt oi on iri
price movement In Cnton Pacific. Th
discomfiture of tha bears In Union Pa
cific m-aa materially increased by th an
nnunotnenf of Knhn. Loeb at CO., tne
recognlaed bankers of the Union fafjl'lc
company, that they, th naiiona cn
hanu iniMrata ann otners were wnin
unlann In I'nlon Paclfio affairs. The deep
infiiiAm-a nf the announcement In sent!
ment must find Its explanation In sinister
rumor -which have been circulated ever
sine the severer stages of Mr. Harrlman s
Illness, that his properties were penis
raided and that a breafli was tnreateneu
amongst the controlling powers in un
nrn.,n ahi.h miaht have widespread ef
fects throughout the financial fabric. The
short announcement from th bankers was
accepted as a proclamation of baselessness
nu aiinnosltinnH and an assurance
that if anv breach was over threatened
. ... 4ir.r.A hai heen healed. The in
wun with t n m announcmiiviit ui
. n lni.nll,m tn ra.rrv rorwara Par. nom
man's Plans regarding the properties
hrmmhl under his control or inuueme
The plans ar o extensive, nvoive
large a list or properties, wiutu,
have heen the subject of active
" .'.i-. . ,i,. .trena-th of these plans
that a marked revulsion of feeling had
the consequence of quieting the fears
caused by Mr. Harrlman's decline In health
that the plans would be abandoned.
immwinort ajciirittes snowea a how
n .. ,n M.i..n ii nsuuciicu. ,11. . . . .
that arrangements to support the market
v.... tn the event or weaKnesa
called for. The market, in fact never
, mice levels at which these
..J t nnn 11,1 V I II ,11 1 1 I I. T. 1 , . . -. .
. A.fm in the nrice oi nir-t-i uni a
dorlntr the day by the United Stat Steel
corporation, which brought It back to
i..,ii h.fnra the February cut. wai
factor in the rise in m.i -
.. , The atnek marKet iiihui-
t.in.j tta acrresslve strength up to tne
..iri Cains of 2 to over 6 points
KKI'OKT Or THh CLKAHItU MOVSB
Transaction of Ike Associated Banka
for tb Week. ,
NEW YORK. Sect. 10 Brsdstreefs bsnk
clearings report for tne weeti ending Sep-
ember 9 shows an aggregate of x4.4J4.14i.'mu,
a against ia.063.0d0.unu lasc week and K.ubz-,
:.i.ti in the corresponding week last year.
Following is a list of the cities:
quit general and union i-cin
aay 12S point, higher than last nJht.
Bonds were sirona. o.. -
value 17.033.000. United States bonds were
,..,k.n. m rail.
K-..V.hr of sales and leading quotations
n atneks today wer as follows.
Kansas City Grain and Provision.
KANSAS CITY". Sept. 10 WHEAT Sep
tember, sGVkc; December, M'-ic; May, Wic.
Cash: Unchanged; No. I hard, 9ffll 02;
No. S hard, 9J7)9Hc; No. 1 red, IL0&&1.07V4;
No. 1 red, 11.02 41 .06.
' CORN September. ISVjC; December. 67;o;
May, fHc. Cash: Unchanged to Uo
higher; No. 1 mixed, 6Ei&iHc; No. 1
mixed, UHti'Sci No. t white. 6fK9Vto; No.
t whit. 64 H ft S5c.
OATS Vrnohanged; No. I whit, 41043a;
No. t mixed. 38400.
HAY t'nehenged; choice timothy. flLOOtJ)
H.tS; choice prairie, t8.t&9t.6C' nolc al
falfa. 113 60314. 60.
BUTTER Creamery extraa. 17H; firsts,
BHc; seconds, 23Hc; pscklng stock, JOVte.
EOGS Extras, 2ftc: firsts, llo; current
receipts, cases Inoluded. 1S.2S a ease; sec
onds and dirties. JJc; southerns, loss of.
Receipt and shipments of grain wer s
follows: Receipts. Shipments
Wheat, bu 80 000 TT.OOO
Corn, bu It.Out 17 00
Oats, bu 14.000 1,000
Kansas City aptlons wer as follows:
Opsn. High. Low. Close
Amatiran Beet Bar. ..,
Anwrlcaa Ml pto
An .car A Feundry ,
Amerlran CottOo Oil
Am. Hide A Leather pM
American lee SeeurlUas.
Amarlran LotomotlTa ...
Am. Smelt. R.rns...
Am. S. P'
Atnerlraa Tal. Tel....,
Amnrtoan Tobaeoo pfl...
AnacotlAa Mining Co....
Atlantis Coast Una
Baltimore at Ohio
B. O. pfd
Brooklyn Rapi4 Transit....
Central Laathsr r
Central Leather pfd. ......
fentral of Naw Jaraay
Chesapeake Ohio ex, 4iv.
Ohlraio A Alton
(Ihltaio Orcat W eat em....
Chtcaso A Northwartern...
Chloago., VII. 4 St. Pul..
C, l C. t. Louie
Colorado Fuel Iron
Colorado A Southern
Colo. A So. lit pfd
Colo. A 80. td prd
Cora Products t
Delawara A Hudon
Denver A lllo Grande
D. A K. O. pfd
Erie let p'd
Krla 24 pfd
,Gvoil Northern pM
Great Northern Ore. etfa...
Interborough Met. pld
International Harvester. ..
Inter. Marine p'd
K ansae CHr tktuthern
K. C. So. pfd
Louisville A N'tstirtlls
Minneapolis A St. Louli...,
M., St. P. A vault St. M.,
Missouri, Ksnsas A Texas,
M , K. A T. pfd
N. r. of Men. 1st pfd..
New York Central
New Tork. Oniarlo A West
Norfolk A Waetarn
Pittsburg. ' C A St.
Pressed Iteel Car
Pullmaa Paiaoe Car..
Railway Steal Spring.
Republle Steal pfd
Rook Island c
Rock Island Co. pfd
It. U A S. r d pfd..
St. Louis gouthwestsra.
St. Umle 8. W. pfd
loe4-8hef field I. A I..
Southern Railway pfl
Taxaa A Pacilte
Toledo. St. Louis A Weat.
Toledo, S. L. A West, pld
I'nloa Paolllc pfd
United Stataa Realtr
I ruled sutas Rubler..
IniUKl Statea Steel
I'nlted Stales Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical- ..
Wheeling A Lake Kris.,
m taaatn Central
Total eaiea fur the day, 1. 1 11. JOO shares.
September , I December
... 1. 101)
! I. oni
jr.. New York 1AU
A asked. B bid.
Milwaukee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wl.. Sept. 10. WHEAT
No. 1 northern. 11.0441 1.04v: No. I north
ern. llOlcrltW; December. 7c bid.
BARLEY riamplss, 6UiC7e.
i. Tel See Market.
TOLEfX). f4pt. 19 fiEEDS Clover, cash
(f. ; October, ittltt; tecember, 11.10;
Marcn, m is. -iimotny. prima, 41 90. Alslk.
prime. 17 76; Jdsrcli. 17 6.
Mtaaslls Crwiai Market.
M7NNBAPOM. Hept. 10 -WIf KAT-feP
(ember. wo: Uecember, 97739;v4c: May.
IMSw1 00: cash. No. I hard SI 019
191".; No. I northern. 11 90S tfl 00 : No. 2
"erthern. si'io; No. 1 northern, 91
f "'JL l.i 100 ib. sacks. IPjOO
V!l-Ji.H-r'ir.i natsnts, i0vwJ, second
Philadelphia' Predeee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 10.-BUTTER-flrm;
western creamery, &.':; nearby
EtJQS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free cases, 17c; at mark,
current recetpl. 26o at mark.
POSTON. Pept. 10 WOOle-Th Commer
cial Bulletin of Boston will ssjr of th
wool market Saturday: Business In terri
tory wool continues good, a the large
mills are not operating and stocks ar seri
ously diminished. Price ar very strong,
with a decided upward tendency. The ahlp
menta of wool from Boston to September 9
Inclusive, were IV) .262.961 pounds, against
120. &36 V4 pounds for the same time laat
year. Ths receipts to September 9. Inclu
sive. Mere Ml 5,".' U pounds, ssalnst MA,
us,0ts) Bounds th aaiiw period Ust ysar.
" Amerleas Radiator Co. 1
Sth Cudahr rses-ns v......... .........
ColumDtie. eieu., -
Obiees Cltr Rr. is
luJepenaeal Talaphona. Omaha...,
gart St. Louis Sub. is 1U
Ranaaa Clir R-. P" -
Kansas CHr R-. com ,
Mli-hifas State Tel. ea
N.b. Tel. Sloe. 4V ,
te.iaJia Oaa 4a. Wit
Otuana B. le A P. ts. 1911..
Omaha g U A P P'd
Omaha A 0 B St. Rr . 114...
Omaha A C. B, St. Rr. 4a. 151...
Omaha A 0. B. St. Rr pld 4 ...
Omaha C B. St. Rr- eom 4 ...
Omaha A C B Rr. A B pfd 4.
Caaaaa Waur Co la. 144 ,
Swift A Oo. 6a. 1114
ga. Omaha Saeer 4 tea. 1114
gioas cur BiocS Tarda pld ...
taloa Sack Tarda, Omaha, 4'V as
Halted Rr- St. L. 4a. Wi
By Samuel burns.
U i- Aaked.
Amount, i Inc. Deo.
I Inc. J 1
Nt. Louis ,
Washington D. C...
Salt Lake City
Augusta, Oa, ,-......
I ay ton
Wheeling, W. Va....
CharleHton, S. C
Fall River ,
Springfield, 111 ,
Fort Waynes ,
Cedar Rapids, la...
Columbia, H. C
Fargo, N. D
Sioux Falls. S. D....
South Bend. Ind
Kremont, Neb. .(..,,
Jacksonville. O. ...
13.4 a. OOO 27. B
(, 146.01 Hl
2,612 0 10
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Receipt of Cattle Light, u Uiual
HOGS SHOW VEHY LITTLE CHAN (3 E
Moderate Raa t l.asaiha, wltti Very
few ftkees oa f4ale, While
Trade i Plow, 6t
A boat gfeaely.
Official Thursday ...
Neb.. Sept. 10. 1909.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 9.629 1.441
Flv days this Week...29.T41 2( 342 MM
Bam davs last week.... 27.7? 80.713 7
Same dsys 2 weeks ago.30.475 8O.4H0 6..212
Bam days 8 weeks ago. 22 .824 tv.rt 61.611
Sam days 4 wka ago.19.417 It.P 43,1,8
Same days last ys8r....2,905 20.739 97,4t3
Th following tabl shows tb receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for th year t dat. comparta wun ii
year: 1909. iws.
Cattle (f.7.210 (W.71S
Hog 1.741,916 192sT7
Sheep 1.088.678 U.S86
Th following table shows
price of hogs at South Omaha for th la
several flays, with comparisons;
Dat. 1909. 1 1908. 1907. 11906.11906. 1904. 11003.
' 890,0001 17.8
tNot Included In totals because containing
uinrr items man clearings.
Not Included In totals because comparl
sons are Incomplete.
T 76H1 ( 6S B 781 781 t 72'
HI 6 4t
-4J 8 48 87
...) 7 K) (
... 7 89 I 6
,1 8 64
( 861 6 (-'
I 181 6 83
6 13 6 32
t 471 I 271 t 2)
185 6 83,6 30
I 76 i 4(; 6 41
I 671 6 8318 r 6 48
6 761 8 37 6 861 '
6 36 6 22 I 4i
6 90 I 3 t 80 6 61
I 8 881 6 39! 6 64
68i 6 83 5 3 I 6 44 t 68
6 69; 5 82
Hxvlnts and rllsnnalllnn of live StOCk at
th Union Stock Yards. South Omaha. Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at 8 o'olock
p. m. September 10, Mm;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep, li r s.
C. M. & St. P..
Union Paclfio 18
C. A N. W., east.... 1
C. A N. W.. west.... 8
C, St. P., M. A O.... 4
C., n. & g., east.... 1
C, B. A Q., west.... 6
Chicago Q. W
Total receipts 11
last week and 84. head short ot
reoord for the corresponding oays os
yesr. t s
There wss no very marked change In thf
ounditlon of the trade. There ess a fs r
demand for killers, both sheep and lamhs.
but ihe supply consisted almost entliely
of lambs. Ihe ptltes paid dirt not show
ninth ensnge ss compered wlih yesterday,
th market generally being slow, but about
steady. As noted yesterday, the msikei
on most kinds of dceli elite killers Is around
"-4jc higher than last week.
There tact a few feeders on sale this
morning and while the trade lacked snap,
ther did not appear to be mucn change in
the general condition. Slow, but about
steady, would cover the general contltlon
of th market. While yearlings have not
shown much chsngs In general tendency
on feeders has heen a little stronger dur
ing the week, salrs In many Coses lokintt
litui'.o higher than the close of the previous
quotations on fat sheep and lambs: Good
to choice Ismhs. 7.0Mfi.4fl; fair to good
lambs, lT6i)7O0; good to choice year
ling', r.(K5ftO; fair to good yearlings,
14 (686.00; good to choice wethers. 14 6"at.S0;
fair to good wethers. 14 2&jj4 60; good to
choice ewes, 84.4ti4.90; fair to good ewes,
Quotations on feeder stock: Fair to
choice lanihe 8'..7Sfl(.?0; fair to chotr year
lines. 84 7!WfT6 2f: fair tn choice wethers.
84.OOtB4.40; fair to choice wethers, HOO
4.40; fair to choice ewes, tJ.8M3.7S.
4a Wyoming wethers
2(5 Wyoming wethers
240 Wyoming wethers
18 Wyo. wethers A swes. culls
374 Wyoming lsmbs, feeders..,
.V Wyoming lambs, feeders..
238 Wyoming ewes ,
628 Wyoming ewes, feeders....
173 Wyoming ewes
S6 Wyoming Inmbs, culls
84 Wyoming lambs, feeders..
iQ Wyoming lambs, feeders..
66 Wyoming ewes, feeder....
274 Wyoming ewes
160 Idaho lambs
ISO Idaho lambs, feeders
78 Idaho yearlings
78 Idaho ewes
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
High Prices Causing Conienratisra in
IRON AND STEEL OUTLOOK GOOD
96 4 90
,93 4 40
,91 4 00
,62 8 88
,61 6 36
122 8 16
, 86 8 16
,97 4 16
.43 S 00
,64 8 86
,64 8 26
,66 3 40
.93 4 36
.90 8 86
,97 t 26.
.96 4 00
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKKT
Cattle Steady to Higher Hogs and
' Sheep Steady.
CHICAGO, Sept. 10 CATTLE Receipts,
3.000 head. Market steady. Steers, J&.tcj
8.30: cows. 83.50 ii6 2f: heifers. 63 604r'.0J;
bulls, f3.00tf4.h6; calves, 83.0Ofi9.O0; Blockers
and feeders. 12 7le6 16.
HOUS Receipts, about 10.000 head. Mar
ket 5o lower. Choice heavy, 1.1.40 n.60:
butchers. fS.4Vfi8.60; light mixed, i8 ao . Sr.
choice light.. fjK.4Of.60: packing. fx.iOir4.26;
pIkb. 1R 2.Vu7.CO. Hulk of sales. fR.10S.40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, about
12.000 head. Market steady to strong.
Sheep, 14.0OQ6.0O; yearlings, 16.006.(0; lambs,
IS 424 841
134 722 1,838
191 1.212 1.406
94 1.034 2.4
124 . ....
8 .... ....
88 .... 8.T89
936 4,140 7.748
New York Moaey Market.
NEW TORK, Sept. 10-MONET-On call
steady at Was per Cent; ruling rate. l4j
irin. our.m uiu, per cent: oflertd
at 2 per cent.
TIME LOANS Dull and strong; sixty
days, MiS per cent; ninety days, t'd3A
per cent; six months, Vitfii per cent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4UW441
STERLING EXCHANGE Weaker, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 14 84854
4.8495 for sixty-day bills and at 84.8630 for
demand. Commercial hills, S4.84Hb4 84vt
SILVER Bar. tlc; Msxlcan dollars, 43o.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad
The following are th Closing Quotations
on stocks and bonds:
.10014 Interb'fh Met. 414s. I:vt
.1004, Inter. Her. Mar. 4e. 4s
.101 Japan 4s
101 do 4a (64-
.114 K. C. So. lai ,.... 74
.11714L Shuts dan. 4m iltutlt
A Ilia-Chalmers 1st ts. If L. a Nash. tin. 4a (414
Am. Asrirultural 4e..",014 M., K. T. 1st 4a louvT
Am. T. A T. e. 4e.li)4'4 ej0 , i-,
. to Miaeouri Paoifie 4a... 4Se
.111 N. Hya. of Max. 4i. K
' N. Cn'- S- e.. (1H
Itr) da des. 4 (til
-- -.. . . , . at ...
IT. S. ref. fa. n
do coupon . . .
U. g. ts. ref...
du ooupon ...
V. S. 4a. M(...
do coupon ..
Am. Tobacco 4s. ..
Armour 6c Co. 4i.
Atrhlon sen. 4s.
do ct. 4s
do cv. 6s
Atlantic C. L. 1st 4s. WN. A W
Baltimore A Ohio 4s. 10 do cr.
nrutia. i rsne. r v . mm. en un. i. rfria Am tu .
.. of Os. 6s 1 Penn. e. itu ,'is.a'.' .,1?
1st eon. 4.
Trans, er. 4s. 44 Or. 4. L. rfda. 'ia" asil'
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Sch warts-Bolen Co
w. . vansant Co
Hill A Son
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
McCreary A Carey
Illinois Packing Co
Cudahy. Kansas City
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were very
light this morning, as usual on a Friday,
there being hardly enough to really make
a market. Buoh cattle as ther wer sold
at prttss not very muoh different from
yesterday, It being, as usual, when re
ceipts are so light, a featureless trad from
start to finish. For th week reoelpts have
been very liberal; that Is, fully as large
as last week and quite a little larger than
for the same period last year.
Whll ther wer not enough beef cattle
her today to make a market, It Is safe to
say that prices for th week on all do
slrabls grades of cornfed steers Is quite
a littles stronger. The better grade of
rang steers ar selling fully as high as
they wer a week ago but fair horned
steers, th kind that feeder buyers do not
want, and banc on which ther is llttl
competition, ar IOxQISo lower.
Whll ther were not enough cows or
heifers to talk about today, the market
for the Whole week has been In pretty fair
condition, so much so that prices ar
around 10016c higher than the close of
last week. In fact, rang cow and heifers
ar In many cases quoted as much as lOijj
2oo higher than a week ago.
Ther hss been a very good demand for
stookers and feeders all the week and
prices on that kind of cattle are right
around lugloo higher on an average. Light
and medium weight grades. It anything,
show more improvement than the heavier
cattle, the prospects for good fall pasturage
having Increased th demand for cattle on
th stooker order.
uuotatlona on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed steers, tf.OOjtf.TO; fair to good
corntsd steers, fe.Wy T.Oo; common to fair
cornfed steers, 14.7b'ci6.40; good to cholos
range steers, t6 0o6.00; fair to good range
steers, f4.oOiij6.00; common to fair range
steers, 13.7C(J4 60; good to ohoioe cornfed
cows and heifers, f4.O0fc6.O0: fair to good
cornfed cows and heifers, 13.00$p400; com
mon to fair cornfed cows and heifers,
42.6003.00; good to oholce rang cows and
heifers, 13.654.50; fair to good range cows
and heifers, 13.00-cfl.60; common to fair
rang cows and heifers, f2 C'yl.oO: good
to choloe atockers and feeders. f4.O0ii'5.M
fair to good stocker and feeders, I3.26'(f
4 00; common to fslr stocker and feeders,
82.75tT3.26; stock heifers, f2 6033.25; veal
calves, 13.604.60; bulls, stags, etc., $2,609
R. J. Sheehsn Wyo.
(4 steers.... 10.14 4 56 67 cows...
(8 cows.... I 798 8 75 8 cows...
44 cows 9S7 3 26 19 rows...
16 calve... 830 S 00 61 calves... 230
James Graham Wyo.
26 cows 940 2 80 16 steers..
14 heifers... (( 8 6 80 cows 896
49 COWS 1033 S 66
A. E. L wis Wyo.
15 cows SX0 t 60 10 feeders.. 677
10 helfrrs... 0( 8 16
Jesse Johnson Wyo.
13 steers.. ..1127 4 85 8 feeders.. 8!
10 feeders.. 1040 4 10 60 cows 906
Edward McKlniey wyo.
Central Leather &. ..lot) harm. Con,
Ont. of N . (. e II, Headloi can 1
Chef 4V Ohio 4a. . .10ST, e8t. j,. A . '
do ref. 4e VIM, do .,, , '
r-Mraio & Alton JHS i5St. L. S W
C, B. A Q. Jt. 4s.... (7 Ua Ut cold
do (ea. 4S (8 e(Mbuanl ,
-C, SJ. St. t . faclfl. coK 4s
ten. IWs SO do e. .
C, R. 1. T. eol. 4a J to 1st ret. 4a""
do col. ia ( tso. Rail war ia
do rt. 4a (1 a ian. ea
Colo. Industrial a.. M cnloo l.aalci:,
eefolo. Midland 4a... It 4o T'"
r 8. ref.-eit. 4s rH do 1st rf"..'
-Il. A Hud. cv. 4.104 . g. K'btHw'4?-'
do ref. 6a to va -Car rk s.
Mrtlller.' fre MWliash- 1 H
d.,.. n.n a. t.k weoautt let 6e...
A. ..'a. ..H- A ISU?""'1 M s.
tg. 4s U
eoa. 4a 74
t. 4a.... 14
serlea A. 9S-" -" ...
Oes. Elerula ct. Is lM wlsoeiuan Oeatral 4s. (4
ill. Cent. 1st rat. 4a H
Boston Stocks mma BeeU.
BOSTON. 8pt. 10. Money, call loans
ft 4 per cent; time loana, 4ja per cent,
ing quotations were:
Atchison adj. 4a.
At.-bla.in R. R
Bueton A Albany .
Hoeton A Maine...
Koetim Elevated ...
N V ,' N H. A H.
llnlen Pacaflc ....
Am. Art. Chem..
Ana Pneu. Tabs...
Am. T A T
Am. Wo,. las
rtominlna I. A 8..
l ulled I'rult
I'nlted Sboe Mach.
I S. Steel
.11144 Arlsona Commanlal
Butta Coalition U
,.1M Covver Hans ....
.li( 1'elr Waat
. 47Orene (wnanea...
.lut Isle Rovaia
. 4 Mass. Mialng
.1 6 Mchaa-a
.141 Muni. Coal A
. IT Nevada
. 1044, rteceola
. 44 Perrot
. 14 Uulncy
, T7 fibannoa
,. 45 I S Mining
,ltT('. S. Oil ....
. 4 I'tah
,. o victoria
. TV4fc VI Inona
. .114 'Wolverine .,
. 4 North Butte
24 Steers. ...1140 4 (0 15 steer.... 896 8 35
O. Kfellne Wyo.
22 steers.. ..1218 I 26
William Balrd Weo.
28 steers... 1406 6 0 8 steers . ..1328 4 60
H. J. Frederlcks-Wyo.
6 eows 904 3 00 6i feeders.. 874 4 39
7 cows 871 3 60
Soper Cattl Co. Wyo.
46 steers. ...llil 4 70 20 heirers... 90S 4 15
Sundanr Live Bto-k Co Wyo.
10 steers. ...IMS 4 M 2 cows mo 4 00
T. W. MatthewsWyo.
18 steers.. ..1191 8 10 7 steers.. ..110 5 10
Scows 926 4 00 Scows 920 4 00
H. W. MatthewsWyo.
U steers. ...1187 S 10 4 cows 1045 4 00
E. W. Whltcomb Wyo.
1 cows 1077 4 00 23 steers. ...1210 6 10
23 sters....12i0 6 10 Scows 1070 4 00
10 steers.. ..1137 6 10 9 steers. ...11M 6 10
10 cows lOft 4 00 4 cows 1020 3 E0
J. E. Rugg Wyo.
10 steer.. .1417 6 20 8 heifers. ..1120 4 00
Kosenstone ft. l.
cows 943 S 85 14 steers.... 921 3 76
(i. Wears B. D.
4 n 68 cows
2 70 15 cows
7tn 3 80
9 MI 3 00
1( 8 60
980 8 66
924 8 15
'w York Mlalag Stocks.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. -Closing quotations
were as Tol ows:
bruns-i-e Ton. ...
Com. Tunnel Stock
Con. Tel. A
I Iron Silver
I.lltle I ble ..
WASHINGTON. Sept. hk-The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness todsy wss as follows:
Trust Fusud Uold cjiu. 1)00,515. be?; ,-
Btik t learlagra.
OMAHA. Sept. 10 Pank clearings for to
dsy were 12 mo 712 41 snd for tne corn
spundtng dale last year, U leC2v4-77.
Av. lb. rr Ko At. Sit. Pr.
..t4 ... t 70 tl t4 ... 7 17
. 4:4 t tt 4f m ... T So
..JS7 2 t 71 44 Ui SO T (0
..Ml SO T 74 14 lit 1 u
. tsl ... t H 4 !7 40 t to
,.t 140 1 ) II tn ... 7 SO
..rt ... 7 M 14 t-4 14 T 0
. K ... t SO II U 40 t It
..t eJSO t 40 11 8"4 ... 7 44
..Ml 40 7 40 f 144 .. 1 tl
. .) (0 1 10 71 tot 40 1 (4
.134 ... 1 44 It. til 41 1 5
111 40 1 e.' 10 1,1 40 t 44
..M ... 1 14 () 1M ... 4 4.)
.140 40 7 at 14 ;1 ... I fs)
I I ... 1 It II lit 40 ( 04
..VI ... 1 It 15 IMI ... an
44 T SI 77 07 ... I 00
.11 ... 1 17 M 147 40 I (4
i.9 14 7 17 7 1 . . I 10
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITV. Mo.. Sr-Pt. 10.-CATTLK
Receipts, 8.600 head, including 1,800 south
erns. Market steady to weak; choice ex
port and dressed beef steers, fti.60ii8.00;
fair to good, 14 boii 26; western steers.
13.90&6.75; stockers and feeders, t2.7.Vui)40;
southern steers, f3.4O-fr4.50; southern cows,
f2.2CQ4.00: native cows, 12.2,r'g4 0; native
heifers. l3.HHlb.bO: bulls. 12.76013.90 calves.
Hf.KJS Receipts. 5,no head. Market
steady to 10c lower ;top, fb.30; bulk of
salrs, fT.MrflS M; heavy, f8.10fj8.30; packers
and butchers, fi.90ff8.30; light, f7.Kil).lo;
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.000
head. Market 10c higher; Utah lambs,
00; lambs, !t2Mj7W; yearlings, 15.00)
6 60; wethers, tl.60(!ifi.25: ewes. f4.25$4.90;
stockers and feeders, f3.25go.25.
Retailers Are Inmfresi la Dry O
Markete, bat Baying Is N
Etteaelve Foot tvear Baa.
10 R. G. Dun A Co.'s
Trsde tomorrow will
NEW YORK. Sept
Weekly Review of
The price situation In leading depart
ments of trade is proving a factor of
overshadowing Importance and In some di
rections rausts marked conseratlsm In
purclia.4'S, but the demand to replenish
stocks, which will grow more urgent as
the need becomes greater, ts expeoled to
soon start as unusually acllvs movement.
The outlook Is brilliant as ever, principally
In Ihe fundamental Iron and steel market.
In which prosperity cannot exist except
that the crops promise abundantly and the
other productive powers of ths country r
In New England the cotton mills ron
tlnus active, although th primary market
for cotton goods Is for the moment quiet.
Men's wear mills are busy, but In footwear
fa. -lories are awaiting returns from sales
men only recently started out. Hides and
leather are gradually adjusted to new con
ditions, but prices are firmly maintained.
Statistics of building operations testify to
the sctivlty In that direction. Taking th
country at large, there la a notable free
dom from Industrial dispute. The very sat
isfactory employment of labor must soon
add to retail purchases, which now expand
Retailers are numerous In the dry goods
market, but purchases are conservative.
Following the government report on cot
ton, prices In the primary markets stead
ied perceptably and the position Is now re
garded as strong, although new business
Is of moderate proportions. Converters are
closing tip outstanding trades and printer
using wide cloths have shown more Inter
est in covering for future needs. Cotton
yarns are steadier, with a light business
offering and with complaints made by
knitter of slow deliveries on old rontracrs.
In men's wear some of the smaller mills
complain of extensive cancellations, but
the large corporations are well occupied.
New business In footwear Is still held In
check by the price situation. The salee-,
men are on the road for New England pre
miers and It Is anticipated that another
fortnight will witness a much better move
ment. There continues a satisfactory vol
ume of trade In Chicago packer hides.
Country hides continue firm, but the bulk
of recent trading has been at Inside quo
tations. Leather Is quiet, but tanners en
tertain firm views' and concessions on
standard grades are unattainable.
BRADSTRICBT'S REVIEW OP TRADE)
St. I.onls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUI8, Sept. lO.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
4.2O0 head. Including 2.600 head ' Texans;
market steady; native shipping and export
steers, fo.4Wa7.60; dressed beef and butcher
steers, l.'i.ir.fjtl.tO; - steers under 1.000 lbs.,
t4.0(X6'5.So; stockers and feeders. 83.7685 10;
cows and heifers. f3.25$(.7S; canners, tJ.iO
tbS.OO; bulls, tt.00fj4.26; calves, f6.2o7.pO;
Texas and Indian steers, 13.601J!..75; cows
and heifers, S2.40&4.50.
HOOS Reoelpts, 6.600 head; market
strong; pigs and lights, 66.008.16; packers,
f7.8T8.20; butcher and best heavy, f8.2&
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.300
head; market 10c higher; native muttons,
t3.75ft4.B6; lambs, ,6.2!,'a1.M; culls and bucks,
12.MKu4.76; stockers, 13.00-3.76.
St. Joseph Mv Stoek Market.
ST. . JOSEPH, Sept. 10.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,200 head; market steady; steers,
f4.60utT.26; cows and heifers, f2.5CK3o.O0,
HOOS Receipts, 8,000 head; market
steady; top. Id. 30; bulk of sales, S8.00faii.20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,000
head; market steady; lambs. 14 007.66.
Sloax City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITT, Ia., Sept. 10. (Special Tel-egram.)-CATTLE
Receipts, 400; market
firm; beeves, f4.0037.60; cows, f2.7r-(5;1.26;
feeders, ft .265.25; yearlings. 18 004.00.
HOGS Receipts, 1.300 hesd; market
steady to strong; range, 87.40u8.00; bulk of
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the els principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
South Omaha 700 8.100 7,000
Sioux City 400 1.300
St. Joseph 1.20) 8.00 1,000
Kansas City 3.600 6.000 4.9 0
St. Louis 4,900 6.600 1,300
Chicago 3.O0O 10.000 12 000
13,000 28.500 23,3X1
Factories Are Bosy and Jobbing;
Business la Good.
NEW TORK. Sept. 10. tlradstreets' to
morrow will say i
Industrial lines are still expanding and
In some branches of the Iron and steel
trade record outputs are the rule. In fact,
manufacturing Is In th forefront a re
gards activity and In some branches skilled
workmen are not plentiful enough to supply .
the demand. Industrial plants thst hav
been late tn sharing In the rrvlVAl ar
taking on more activity and working of
night shifts Is not uncommon. Purely dis
tributive trsde haa probably tapered off a
little at certain large centers, as Interior
merchants having finished their purchases
have left for their homes. SHU, Jobbing
trade is good and at some centers, par
ticularly where fall fontlvltles are held,
purchases of dry, goods, groceries and
staples in general have really Increased
though fall buying from Jobbers and whole
salers hss possibly passed Its senlth. It
Is obviously too early tor reorders. Indeed, ,
retailers are atlll making strenuous efforts
to work off summer stocks, while display
ing early fall goods. Within another week
or so trade In this line probably will show
expanslbn. There ha been no tendency to
over buy, high prices for one thing, having
made for th exerols of caution.
The earlier gathered crops such as wheat,
cotton and oats are being moved to mar
ket quite freely and tho good prices bolng
realized from the sale of these products
will malti for earlier collections and growth
In trade. Building la more active than It
usually is at this season of the year and
the ratio of gain for August over a year
ago Is th largest shown in any month sine
Business failures In th I'nlted Stste for
the week ending September 9 were 191.
against ltUt lasc week. 191 In the same week
of ln. 172 In 1907. 164 In 1908 and 188 In
1R06. Failures In Canada for the week num
ber twenty-nine compared with thlrty-thre
last week and thirty-four In th earn
week of 1!"8.
Wheat. Including flour, exports from th
I'nlted State and Canada for th week 1
ending September 9, are 19.832.531 bushels,
against 81.698,610 In the corresponding period
last year. .
Corn exports for tho week are 81,972,
bushels, against 177,939 last week and 48.814
In 1K)R. For the ten weeks ending Septem
ber 9, corn exports were 1.045,4f3 bushels,
compared with 622,607 bushels last year.
8 ste-rs.... 990 8 66 8 cows 913 3 76
HOGS Receipts ol hogs this morning
were very light, the pounding administered
to the market yesterday having apparently
cut short receipts. iiuyers were still
little Indifferent this morning, so that the
market was slow and very much lacking
In snap, but prices remained snout on i
nar with yesterday's aeneral market. Tht
means thst a good many of the hogs sold
at i7 75$7.9K and on up as high as 18 10
6HEEP There was a fair run of sheep
for this time of the week, twenty-nine
fresh cars being reported in. This brings
the total for the week up to 4.1141 head
which ia 16,000 leas than for, the sain days
OMAIIA GK!tEHAt. MARKET?
Staple and Fancy Produce friers Far
stlshed by Bayer and Wholesaler.
BUTTER Creamery, No. L dell-Ted to
th retail trad In 1-lb. cartons. 27 Ho; No.
1, in 40-lb. tubs, 27c; No. 1, In 1-lb. car
tons, 26c; in 60-1 b. tuba, 240 ; packing stock,
18,204c; fancy dairy, tubs, 223.11c; com
mon roll, fresh made, lsllo. Market
changes every Tuesday.
EGGS Fresh selling stock, osndlcd, SSo.
CHEESE Finest Wisoonsln full cream
twins, 16o; Young Americas, 4 In hoop,
tfttc; favorite, S in hoop, 16c: daisies, 20 In
hoop, 154o ; cream brick, full oass, 16o:
block Swiss, 14c; full eream llmburger, 16c.
POULTRY Broilers, 16c; alive, springs,
l(o; hens, 10c; cocks. 7o; duchs. 10c; geese.
So, turkeys, 16c; pigeons, per dot.. 6c;
guinea fowls, per dog, 12.60; squabs, per
dus., 22. Dressed hens, llo; springs, 1UT
210 ; cocks, C!o; ducks. He; geeese, UVc;
turkeys, , 22c.
F1SH--Fresh, caugYit, almost all are
dressed: Halibut, be; buffalo. 8c; trout,
12c; bullhead. 14e; catfish, 17a; crappies,
sunflsh, fcjo; black bass. 26c; wmteflsh,
)3o; pike, 12c; salmon, 14o; pickerel. I0o;
frog legs, loo. Fresh frosen: Whlteflsh,
No. 1, 10c; round, 9c; pickerel, dressed,
and headless, 7c; round, (o; piks, dressed,
lOo; round, 9o; red snappers, 12oi Spanish
maokerel, 18c; native mackerel, 36c each.
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1, 17oi No. 3. Mo;
No. 3. 8c. Loin: No. L 18Hc; No. 1, 134c;
No. 3, 9o Chuck: No. 1. (c; No. i 44':;
No. 3, 4c. Round: No. 1. 9c : No. 3, 84c: No.
3, (a. Plats: No. 1, 6Vc; No. t to; No. 3,
VEGETABLES Kansas sweet potatoes,
82 76 per bbl. Celery, Michigan, Ko bunch,
Cabbage, home grown. lVvo per lb. Wis
consin Red Glob onions. 2o per lb. Cali
fornia cauliflower, 13.00 per crate. Toma
toes, horns grown, market basket. 60c;
crate, 14.00. Lettuce, per dos., 30e. Par
snips, turnip, carrot, TSo per dos. Flor
ida new beeta, carrots, parsnips, turnip,
etc . per dos.. 75e.
FRESH FRUITS-Florida pineapples. 18s
to 46s. fl.76 per erst; grsp fruits, 30 slxa,
per box. f3; 4( six, 16.60; 64 slse. K; ba
nanas, fancy select, I1.50'(j2 00; apples, horn
grown. pr bu. basket, 7&Ufl.iO; markat
POTATO ES New. (So per bu.
HIDEb-No. 1 green, 10c; No. 1 cured. 11c
NEW YORK. Sept. lO.-COTTON-Fu-tures
opened ateady: October, 12;'.tr; De
cember, 12.32c; January, 12,28c; March,
12 c; May, 12 42c.
Cotton futures closed steady; September,
12.30t.-i October, 12 3.'c; November. 12.28 -; De
cember, 12.3tW:; January, 12.3ic; February,
izi.tc; juarcn, 12.11c; April, utzc; May.
Spot cotton closed quiet to 10 points ad
vanre; middling uplands, 1276c; middJli.g
guir, la.tsic. oaies. none.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 10. COTTON
Spot quiet; 1-lfic lower; middling, 117-lc;
gules on the spot. 140 bales; to arrive, 460.
ST. LOl'IS. Sept. lfte-COTTON Un
changed; middling. 12 9-lrto; sales, none;
receipts. 1 bale; shipments, 4 bales; slock,
London Closing; Stocks,
LONDON, Sept. 10 American securities
soon after the opening of the stock mar
ket advanced until at noon tha pricea wer
from M to 1 above yesterday's New York
London closing stocks:
Console, money.... M 11-11 Louisville A Nf..
Baltimore A Ohio.
i'hssaiMka A 0..
Chicago U. W
Chi., Mil. A St. P.
Denver A RIO ti
do lat pfd
do 2d ptd ,
344 M.. K. A T.
. li N. y. Central..
. Norfolk A W...
.121 do pfd
.107 Ontario A W..,.
.1194 Pcnnsrlvanls ...
...17 Rand Mine
. 11 Southern Rv iiix
,1M do pfd 71
. 17 Southern Parlflc....lt7
. 44 Union Paolfte
. U do pfd lul
. tiU. g. Steal 40
. t ia pfd ....m
. 43 Wabaah 11
.24 do pfd in)
.164 Spanish 4s.
steady at 23 13-l(d per os.
The rate of discount In the open markat
for ahort bills Is l per cent; . for tbre
months' bills, 14 per cent.
St. I.onls General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo Sept. 10. WHEAT
Higher; track. No. t red cash fl.0Ql 12;
No. 2 hard. fl.03r(4l.0; September, fl.Oi'i;
December. ftPVtc; Msy, fl.02.
CORN Higher; track, No. 3 cash, gwoj
December, 68'Ac; May, 41Tiul2o; No. 3 whit,
OATS Higher; track, No. 3 cash, SHft
394c; December. 8e; May, 41Vc; No. 3
RYE Nominally higher; 74o.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents. 84 90
5 20; extra fancy' and straight, 84.(0(34.86;
hard winter clears, ft 16(14.60.
SEE1 Timothy, f3.00ft3.46.
H RAN Higher; sacked, east track, 98c
H A T Firm; timothy, fll.0021i.60; pralrl.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm: Jobbing. 82121.
Lard, lower; prim steam. Ill W..1 11.96. Dry
salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts.
Ill 124; clear ribs. Ill 124; short clears,
$12 2.V Bacon, steady: boxed extra shorts,
lis 1L'4; clear rlba, fl 1.1:4; short clears,
POULTRY Quiet: chickens. 13c; springs,
16c: turkevs. l(c: ducks. He; geeae, to.
Bt'TTKR Steady; creamery, 3481o.
EGGS Steady; 20c.
Corn. bu. .
Oats. bu. ..
. . . 83 1100
Oils and Hosla.
OIL CITY. Sept. 10. -OIL Credit bal
ances, fl 68; runs. 168.471 bbls.; average, 12L
102 bbls ; shipments, 2tt,261 bbls.; average,
ROSIN Firm; Quota: B. 33.30473 35: II.
13 6.; K, fl9xu3 96; F. f4 1"S r: 41. It K.n
14 20 U. 14 3u; 1. 14 56: K. 160; M. f: 3f
5. oo N. lo.uuu6 79, W. O., S6.ku.i&; W. W..
NEW YORK. Sept 10 -METALS-Th
tin market wss quiet today and no sales
wer reported, but price wer a shads
higher In sympathy with London. Th
London market closed quiet, with spot at
ti:K 15s and futures at C138 2s (d. Th mar
ket for stsndard copper continued easy,
with spot and Septsmber closing at 112 40$
12.65: lake wss quoted at t!3 00'fl 13 26; elo
trolytlc. f I2.75-&13 00; casting. fl2.ti24'& 12 87H
Ths Iondon mnrket was lower, with spot
at V lr.s and futures st 59 12s td. Lard
was steady: spot at f4 l.fit 46, New York,
and at 14 2WS4 26, Esst St. Louis. Th Ixm
don market was higher at (II 13s 9d. Apel
ter closed easy, with spot at 16 00 ,j 4 75,
New York, tend at f5.5o-fjao, Eaat St.
Louis, tendon market, unchanged at 123
17s '1 The English Iron market wss a lit
tle higher, alth Cleveland wsrrsnt quoted
at 51s 3d T.callv iron was unchanged.
ST. LOl'IS, Sept. ID METALS Lad,
steady. Spelter, firmer; i.ou; large ssJss.