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TIIK DEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1900.
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CRAIJi AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Nerroni and Higher, Opening
at aa Adrance.
PMHWIST STBENGTH D0E3 IT
l 1111 Mlllta Desaaasl la MappMed
hilkr Markets with laware.
Trends Art to Be
I,eokeel For.
OMAHA. Oct. 18. 199.
Wh'-at was nervous and hlsher this moin-
Itig aid op raj at a strong advance owing
to th4) sirenath In the north estern mar
kets yesterday. The dinanrt from mlllln
consumers la still active and until mm ar
mund Is supplied nervous markets with an
upward tr. nd art tin, cted.
Corn was Hold freely and prices were
affected loner, and this d. ( line Is a result
of free country offering; of old corn.
Wheal waa active and strong, wlih the
m.llli.Bj demand atill taking all offeilnas.
Hliun.i have been covering freely deapue
the liberal receipt and prices have been
wnikln.; steedlly hUher. flume reaction is
In orii r. bh prominent traders are taking
the other side.
The corn market was Weak and did not
how the actlveness displayed In wheat.
Too much selling ia ct edited to country
shippers, and. while the cash markets are
steady, the undertone la ruling weak and
further declines are probable.
Primary wheat receipts wera 8,298,000 bu..
and shipments were 1.K74.000 bu.; against
receipts last year of S4s,000 bu., and ship
men Is of 3.M2.O0U bu.
Primary corn receipts were 1.270,000 bu.,
and shipment were 848.000 bu. ; against re
ceipts last yar of 112,000 bu , and ship
ments of &0.000 bu.
Clearances were 34.000 bu. of corn, 8,000
bu. of oats, and wheat and flour equal to
er.9.000 bu.
Liverpool closed 4fcd higher to Hd lower
on wheat, and unchanged to Vid higher on
corn.
Loral range of options:
future nulet; December,."! 10d; March. 7s
d; My, Tn H'-id.
lOll.N Fool quiet; now mw irn.-
(via tialve.ton). be Id; futures quiet; Octo
ber, Da lVfcd; lecember, .B 2d.
1SKW YORK taBMCHAI. MARKET
NEW YORK. STOCKS AND BONDS
Stock Market Relapses Into Quiet and
Day"i Sales Fall to Low Mark.
Articles.! Open. li1gh. Low. Close. Yea' jr.
Wheat. I
n-o.... 91 7U fK'il 97H
May... eV, SI ' W) Mts
Corn ' . :
Dec... M tt R4 54H U
May... 67 ; 67 67 87 67
Onts
leo... S7H 874 74 t7
May... 887s '" ' ! H JSr-i
Otnaka Cash Prlee.
WKEAT-No. I hard. 61 0&1.04V4 : No. S
hard, fl.019103; No. 4 hard, tooll.OO; No.
I spring, 11.024! 1 03; No. apiilMT. 11.001.02.
COKN No. 2, 6Vc; No. 8, 6u6t'4c; No.
4. 66VA yellow, WHc; No. 3 yellow,
66n,e; 15; I white, 6;4c. No. S white. 67c.
OAT8?-No. I mixed, 36Vtftfic; No. S yel
low, 87i&.T7fcCi No. 8 white, 8744,3Se;' No.
4 white, 37V.c; standard, 38'4'53h;(i.o.
IlIK No. a, WfcMc; .No. a, tfctatc,
Ou Lt Receipts.
... W'heat. Com; Oats.
Chicago
Minneapolis
Omaha
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CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of the Tradlag aa Closing
Prices OB Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 13.-In response to do
mestic and foreign conditions, the wheat
mumet advanced sharply on the Board of
Trade today, and with a falling otl of -n.c
from the high, figures, cloned; steady, with
a l'ule gam over Monday's final figures.
Corn, under the influence of guod harden
ing w earner In the corn belt, dropped 01 f,
and oata were a trlfla lower, while pro
visions fell , off under 'the pvesvure of a
droo of lOulftc in live hogs. 1 ,
A strong market for wheat was built up
by heavy buying by northwest, millers,
1 he rough weather yesterday started fears
for the spring wheat, and In some quarters
was credited with causing Itiereased wrying,
forclna- the cash wheat u. rContinental
markets were strong and the demand for
main was not affected by the liberal off
erings of Hi) apian wheat.' Continued re
ports of lessened Argentina output strength
ened the loreiKn quotations' and had a re
flex effect lbcallv.
The corn market was heavy throughout
the day. December closed a lower, and
May Via lower than Monday a. Iinai tiuoia
tliinS. ' I ". I ' m ' f
viiiu'awr4twen the strena wheat, and
the heavy-i corn' market,' oaU" remained
firm. December closed at SDVio, where the
market stopped Monday, and May at1 Vio
lower than Monday's closing prices.
Provision anawejtlng to Uia break Id Hvs
hogs, fell off. Closlna- prices twnRed frem
12Vio to K lowar f rtbs to Iftfic lower
for porM, ' ' : '
The leading otuwe closed as follows:
Hansie ef Prlees of arloas t o m mod
ifies oat Dearil of Trade.
NEW yorWv, Oct. IS. FLOrn rtecelpls,
71.27S bbli. ; enports. 3i,S0 bbls. ; maikt
active. lth pric firmer; Mlnne-ita
stents, Sr 2.35 50; Mlnnennta bakers, I4.4.VA
4 nr.: winter patents, 8.,.au4B.i; winter
Ktrslshtx. 510i!,5.; winter cxtnts. 4
winter low grsaes, H JWH,, ju g
flour, sirai'y. Buckwheat flour, dull at U.i&
per l0 pounds.
i.uu.N m bAU-uareiy sieaay.
11YK Kull.
HAKI F. 1 -Steady.
WHEAT Keo. Ipts. 412.MO bu.: exports.
1 4ni lu. ho t market firm: No. I leJ.
$1 2ik-.il. 22 . tloiiiesiic. elevator; No. 2 red,
nominal, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern lu
luih, l UVt. nc.minal, f. o. b. afloat; No. 8
hurd winter. Sl lK't. nominal. I. o. b. afloat.
An early advance In wtwat today, based
on I inner nonnwest prices, resulted n new
nign 1 v is r r tne season. It was followed
bv sharD af ernoon renrtlnnn and a Hecoml
Jump mar the close, due to bull support
and eport buslnt-as. iMrt prices were t'j
c net hiEiier: Iecember. Il.l0ral.ir4
ilose.r at II 10': Mav. Sl.ll B-ltail.U. closed
at 81 11 13-16.
CORN Hecelnts. E S2S bu.: einnrts. IS 66
du. cpoi mantel easy. iso. 1. WW, eleva
tor, domeie, and Sc. delivered; No. S,
Ulc f o b. afloat! No. 1 vellow. t'J c.
nominal. Op Ion market was without trans
act., n. cosing I'ac net lower: December
cloe d at e.
.-j t K. c mts. 154.32.", hu.: exports. 34.-
bu. Kpot market steadv; mixed oats.
ft to-32 pounds. . 4J'u43e; natural white, 2(1
to 32 poum s 43'r4E.'Jc; clipped white, 34 to
-.8 pound-, 13 it)48o. i
Htil S Firm.
HlDliS Firm.
LKA T II UK Quiet.
OOL Steady.
FliOVlSlONb Href, steady. Cut meats.
t eady. l.ard. eaj-y; middle west, 812.40.
12wi; refined, br Iv steady; compound,
v "ie. I'ork, steady.
TALLOW F.rni.
RICK S. ady.
A'OLASSK.S-Steady.
SUtiAK Haw, firm; fair refining, SSOc;
C n nfLgdl. l6 test. 4.30c; molasses sugar,
i.iAt; reilned. s:tudy.
HL'T'i . K Sieaoy; creamery specials, 31
lHc xtra, 30(i 30 .c.
1 K I-11 in, s.ate full creams, spe-
L.ai , ll .4ib .0; lancy, 1&V4C.
rJOGrf r 11 111; v.ciern extra flists. 2tV3
Z7c; IliSiB, ii'iui .c; seconds, 23'u24c; stor
age, -ic, muikB, .iujj .c; iiiarkH, r.iBtH. i
$2i'ic; marks, loner grades, l!'u2Jc.
POi. LTUY AUvv, dull; Wt.st. rn chickens,
14.; fowls. lfc; turkeye, 15c. itrissed. easy;
He-tern cl.Kkcns, H'vl'.C, fowls, la.slw;.
St. Louis General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13. WHEAT Track:
No. 2 red cash, 81. 22 j 125: No. 2 hard. II. iW
fet 12j; Decemlwr, 10tc; May, ll.u.'vj.
COKN Dower, canh hIKher; tiH.k; No. 2
cash, ol'yu.'c; December, bM'MC; Hay, ovc;
No. white, 62c..
OATS Firm: track: No. 2 cash. 39c:
December, 8uvc; May, 41c; No. 2 white,
41lc. .
KYE-Nominal; 73c.
POULTRY unlet: chickens. 11c: springs.
Wiici turkeys, lol5e; ducks, 10c 1 geese,
7Hc. - . .
miTTEK Steady; creamery, 2a30c.
KCiOS Higher, 22c.
METALS-Dead firm at H.2ri4.27'A;
spelter, held strong at fG.OO.
kduuk steady ; rid a truer patents. iA.40
(io. 76; extra fancy and 'Mralrht, 84.So'ati.40;
hard winter clears, i.OOTt4.:40.'
SFJE1 Timothy, 82.7b5jJ.60.
CORN MEAL 13.20.
BRAN Dower; sacked, east track, 983
Si. 00.
HAY-Quitft; timothy, S12.0031B.50; prairie,
llO.0lVfjll.6t).
IRON COTTON TIES-8O0.
HAGOINO 7c.
HKMP TWINE 10c
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; Jobbing,
823.00. Lard, lower; prime steam, 811 MiiU.W.
Dry salt meats, unchanged; boxed, extra
shorts, 812.50; clear ribs, S12-37Vt; snort
clears, 812.614. Bacon, unchanged, boxed
extra nhort. 812.37; clear ribs, 818.87
short clears, fl3.lU. Receipts, flour1, 20,0uu
bbls.; wheat, 21b. iX) bushils; corn, '21,0u0
bushels; oais, Ui.wo bushels.
Shipments, flour, lD.uoo bushels: wheat,
nD.uu) bushels; corn, ' 42,300 bushels; oats,
41,300 bushels. , t ' . - - : .
BE0KEES BID FOR TIME LOANS
Rates for Moat Metarules Advance
In Moaey Rirkssge- Private
Dlseonat Rates ta Loadon
Rise Above Bank Rate.
NEW YORK. Oct. U-The stock market
relapsed Into quiet today, the day's sales
falling to IIih smalie.t total In over a
week. The fact that this subsidence of ac
tivity came after A cneck to the decline
had been accomplished, became more pro
nounced as the level ot pilots advanced,
and gave an impression of technical weak
mtis In the market position. Tnere was ac
tive selling during tne morning in continu
ation of liquidation.
The low prices wnlch resulted during
the first hour was lower generally than
In the active selling 011 Monday and. coiish
qin.iiiiy, the lowest toucnid on the re
action. Cash holdings of the New York
banks comuiue to diminish before the de
mands of tne Interior for currency, thoso
demands finding a scope also In t lie shin
ing of payment to the gov. rninoni on tlio
New tork banks by means ot oralis
which were responsible tor the drain to
the eubtreasury, ine sum taken by that
Institution from the banks tor the bans.
ng week lias arisen to 8.t.tK.oX), whlcu is
several hundred thousand dollars In excess
of tne mm lost to mo tame point in tne
corresponding period of last week
the lightening ot the money market was
operative In tne time loan division today
where rates for most securities weru ad
vanced to 4) per cent and the asking
rate to 6 per cent. Prune grades of coni'
mercial paper commanded i to 64 per
cent..
Stock brokers who have depended on
call loans in the confidence tnat money
would remain easy througnout the fail,
are active bidders for time loans.
The call money branch was less affected.
the Uuiiiund tuere suosidlng wltu the slock
narket Iniuidaiion whicti had been ef
fected. Foreign money markets continued
to ulur their warning agaiiiHL furiher in
roads from Amer.can borrowers by putting
tip aiscimnl rates, privaie discount rales
in Lonuoii rose well above the banK rate,
pointing clearly to the proaput of another
lino 111 tne ouiik rate tomorrow, curcisu
exchange rates here weru responsive to uie
haiueu.ug money rates abroad rather man
here, and rose strongly away trom the
gold Import point. It is piooaule accumu
lation ot coinage has beun against some
of the heavy maturities of American in
debtedness which tell due about Novem
ber 1. Attempts at renewal of maturing
loroiun loans are obstructed by the later
deVL-.opmetus In the money markets.
SuplKiuber exports 01 agriculture prou-
ucts siiovted some improvement, thauks
lo the li.uli mice of cotton, but the sus
tained vatue of Imports la believed to be
sufficient to keep lue balance against this
country In the torvign exenange iiiarxeu
Not much ailcniion Mas paiu to general
news developments. Strength in Missouri,
Kansas and lexas was said to be due. to
accumulation, but the demand died oik
wnen the general movement turned up
wards. The southern storm and tne west
ern' cold wave, Willi the property damage
Involved were nol 111 tavor ot values, ine
market later had a somewhat unsteady
appearance, but last prices were umy
eiighily below the best.
Donus were irreguiar. -total Bales, par
value, S3,h3u,0u0. Lulled States bonds were
unchanged on call.
iu...u..r 01 baies ana leading quotations
on stocks today were as (oiiows:
galea. HIKH. low. ihom.
Artlules.1 Qpep.1 tilgh, Low, 'j Cloe. Yes'y:
Wheat
Dec,
May
July
Corn.
Peo.
May
July
Oats
Dec.
May
Pork-
Oct.
Jan.
LaroV-
Oct.
N
lieo
Ribs
Oct
Jan.
May
1
9U
WSJ
ksn'
.' 0"l
TV
aW
IS OR
ct. tllin
ovk In 70
h SO
21i!
C2V
IS 47'
uos
11 70
10 82Vil
U SO
5
1 tH'i't 06feH 1 04HB
BOVsl
b8
89U
41V.I
Waif
674
60li
89'4
11 95
11 S7H1
10 7J ykl
U00
0 6ft
S 62s!
58A
eoit
41;41(U'i4
33 00
18 30
U 74
11 62Vi
23 00
18 63
12 07t
W K7
h) Vi 10 66
11 00
8 66
11 25
70
9 C7'-i
r
V
No. 8. A Asked.- B. Did.'.
Cash quotations war as follows;
FLOUR-rFlrm.
RYK N. 2, 73c. ' ' : " '
BAULK Y-Kecd or mixing, 4&363c; fair
to choice malting, Mfttoo.
SEEDS Klax, No. 1 southwestern, 8153;
No. 1 northsvestoriv. 81.13. Timothy, U.tet
SW.
, PHOVISIONaU-Mees pork, per bbl.. S24.00.
Lard per 100 lb., 8l2.OOu42.0tV Short ribs,
sides 1 loose!. Si.dV7tt4ll.i2ti; sliort clear
Sidts tbaed. 8l3.0vMl2 i.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to M,ouu bu. Primary receipts were
3.H.Ut)0 bu.. compared with S tx.0u0 bu. the
ooiTtw pond lug aiy last year. The world s
visible supply, as shown by Bradstreet's,
Increased . s.mjo.Oiiw bu.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
(5 oars; coin, 21!) cars; oals, 237 cars; hogs,
W.OtW head. ,
POTA'ioKPsdmig: fholee to fancy," 48
fililk , lair in gKl, to .
til.'T 1 r.U-h. t-nuy ; ei 1 uiiieries, )c. dair
ies, 2(ic. . .
KtlUS Receipts'. f VU cases; steady: al
mark, cases ii. eluded, l-.c; firsts, 22lc;
prlmo flmts, i4Mjt'. 1
t'HKKHI - F111111 daisies, V.? liit;c; twins,
ir-'uli-c; itnii( Americas, liyifi'e; long
horns, liidi liic.
IHJL'LTUY-Stencly; turkeys, l.Tlftc;
chickens, 1214c; vpriugs, 13c.
VKADKteady; 00 to CO-lb. wts., 8.'uitc;
ft to S5-lb. wts., SlOc; 8S to 110-lb. wis.,
10SU12O.
Arallabl (applies of Grain. .
NEW YORK. Oct 13. -Special cable and
telegraphic communications received by
tiraitKtieets snow the following changes in
avaiiuble supplies, aa compared with pre
vious account;
Axalluble supplies:'
WUEAT-t'nlted States, east of Rockies,
Inereused 8,l(,ou0 bu. Canada increased,
!. 0u bu.
Total United States and Canada In
crease sjit.ouo bu.
. Afloat for gnd In Europe Increased
l,w.wi uv, - .
Total Atnrrlenn and European supply In.
creased tf.(CJ mO bu.
COKN-l'n ted states and Canada In
creased lfA.OUV bu.
OATS-Uniud states and Canada In
creaaea w.,iui du.
The leading Increases and decreases xt-
porieti inn lonows;
l.VCRKAPF.S Manitoba, 44 000 bu.
Midland. 4)7.0uO bu.
Ooderlch. 1H1.000 bu.
Port Colburne. 156 out bu.
Minneapolis pjivate elevators IflO.OJO bu.
I ECRKASES;Kort Worth. 1 ouo hu
Ths vlsirle supply of wheat In CanWa
last Saturday was T,te.000 bu.. an Increase
Of IH.WI DS.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. U-eWH BAT De
cember, Sl-OlStll.OlJi; May, ll.OtJil.W;
cash. No. 1 hard, $1.041 ; No. 1 northern,
i-UJi; xso. nortnern, l.0l.
FLuVX-Closed, $1.68. .
BKAN In l.O Pound Sacks. 813.50.
. FLOUR First patents, i.3on5.4; second
patents, u.My5.2u; first clears, $4.4u44.ti6;
suoona oitara, as.nxguiiut jr
, MUmankea. Urstln Market. -
' MILWAUKEE, Oct. 13.-FL0UR Higher.
w 1 lrjAi io. 1 northern, xi.uvtt; io.
oertheTtv- $l.t4Uv7r: leoper, SttWH.j
OATS-40Vii(U41c, v --BARLEY-Sajnples,
4965c. " l . .
' Metal Market.
NEW TOIIK; Oct. . ' 13.-JJETALS The
market for standard cqpper on the New
York m6tal ' exchange was dull today, no
sales being . reported, liput and later da
liveries up to the end of January . closed
at $L2.2au 12.50. The English market closed
steady, with spot quoted , at 67 7s 6d and
futures at uti 7s 6a. Sales there Included
400 tons of spot ami 700 tons of futures
Local dealers .quota lake copper at 8l3nj
Wr'Jfif electrolytic, 812.6012.06; casting, $18.60
W12.I5. j The tin market was . easy) with
spot closing at 830 2fl"u30.25; October, 830.
dv.KTH: November IM :awaM.zb: December,
$:0 S-U'30-40; January. $W.2W30.4S. Sales were
reported on the metal exchange of 25 tons
October at 83U.20. The London market closed
steady, with spot quoted at 137 7a td and
futures at 138 17a ltd. Lead was quiet,
with spot quoted at 84.30w4.37V4; New York
84.'SO(!4.27V4. east St. Louis delivery. The
London market closed at 1S Ss. . spelter
was quiet, but firm, with spot quoted
tii.tM) j.lt); New York, S5.85ij6.96 East St
Louis. The London, market was unchanged
at .23 6a. Iron was hlger In the English
market, with Cleveland warrants Closing at
51s Sd. Locally the market Is steady; No,
1 foundry northern. $.OOSifl8.60i No. 2. 818 .60
ti1l.O0; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern
soft, ll9.2Sm9.75. , ,
Wool Market.
BOSTON. Oct. 13. WOOL With the local
supply of wool leas toan a third of normal
amount and svltcttcn becoming broken, the
market Is quieter than for some months.
Values are holding Very firm. The leading
domestic quotations range aa roiiows: Ohio
and Pennsylvania, XX, 2titJ7c; X, 34 i; 35c
No. 1 washed. 4WMic; iso. 1 washed. 40c
fine unwashed, t.'v'lnc: half blood, comb'
Ing, 800; thre. .-eighths blood combing, a,e
ouarter blood combing, W(b36c: delaini
washed, 4AI41C. Mlc'hlgan.' Isconsln and
New York fleeces, fine unwashed, 2&ij6c;
delaine unwashed. 814 32c: half blood unT
washed. :4'u36c; three-elirnths Mood, un
washed, S4"jito; quarter blood, 33)?4c. Ken
tucky. Indiana and Missouri, three-eichth
blood. S4c; quarter blood. 32!33e. Scoured
values: Texn, fine twelve months. 7,j78c;
fine fix to eicnt montns. mku'.uc; rme fall,
f..fiA California, northern, 6S'70cj mid
dle county. 3fi; fall free. r4V'i62c. Ore
ron eastern No. 1 stanle 7;f'': eastern
clothlnir. 7ili72c; valley No. V 5Ti&58c. Ter
ritory, fine staple. 77ie; fine medium
staple. 70'"!e; fine clothing. 7072c: half
blood 73'7"'o; three-elgh'hs blood. 6g70e;
imarfer Mood. r7insc. Pulled extra, Vl
75c; fine A. tl.r"iV: A suners. 604ti4c.
. Pe-erla Market.
PKORIA. Oct It CORN Hlrher: Va.
ye; low, trQ, no. rtuw. . omr; ko. a,
auk.c.
OATS Firm: No. I white stsndard. S9c;
No. S wiiit, sto no. wnita, ss'q.
Llvernool qraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. U WHEAT Spot
quiet; Nv I red western winter, .a smi
I4.ri6.2y2: current liabilities, .611. .3S;
Working balance In treasurey oitlce,
"ii.'M; in banks to credit or treasurer or
I'nlted Slates. 8mi.021.H67; subsidiary silver
coin. 41 iv.M 1 1. total balance In general
fund, SJ..!4,515.
ew Tork Money Market.
NEW YORK, Oct 13 MON E Y n call,
strong 4ift per cent; ruling rate 4tl olos
Ing bid offered at 4
Time loans very strong and active; sixty
days. 4S per cent; ninety days, 4Gt per
cent; six months, 4Vj4 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER to
54 per cent.
STERL1NO EXCHANGE-Strong, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 84.83tf
84 .0.125 for sixty day bills and at $4.xfi06 for
demand. Commercial bills, $4.H2V:4.2T4i.
SILVER Bar. 61c; Mexican dollars. 43c'
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Irregular.
The following are the closing quotations
on stocks and bonds:
t'. S. rf. U, reg 0S I C. rt nt 4t
do coupon lS Interb'sh. Met. 44
V, S. H. res 10: 4 Inlet. M M. 4Vii...
do coupon llWJPn J-
V. 8 4. re 1 1 S V do 4"4s
do coupon tWK. C. 1st J.,...
Allls-rhal. lt U S L del). 40 (.Ml).
Am. Airlr-ulturol ss..1"1u Nssli. en. to
70
tT
7i S
Am. T. A T. c. 4i..l"fiM . K. T. Irt 4... !"4
Am. Tobocco 4o 04 do gn.
do 11l)S ViMiurl Piclflc 40 .. ,.uj
Armour A Co. Io... 1'4N Rf. of Me. H0. MH
Atrhlion son. 4o V. Cent. sen. Jo l
do ct. 4o 118 do deb 4o 16
do ct. to IK N. T.. N. H. A H.
Ail-intle C. L. lot 4o V4 ot. 142H
B O. 4 W( N A W. Ut con. 4s. H
do 3Hs KSt o ev. 4 ' "4
do g. w. IHi Northern PocKlc 4o..1n1
Miook. Trsnili ct. U 87 do lo T3H
C. ot GeoroK Bo 110 Ore. 8. L. rT.ls. to.... 3
Centro! lthr 6.... -.4Penn. ct. !', (11.. W
C. ot N. J. gen. to . .IM'4) do con. 4 104
Ch'O. A Ohio 4V40...15 Heading gen. 4s P
do nf. 4o 14' St. U A 8. r. fg. 4o. MS4
Chl on ft Alton IHo do gen. to
C B. Q. Jt. io.... M'48t. L. 8. W. Con. 4.. H't
do gen. 40 "''o 1st tuld 41.... 4
C., M A . 8U P. iesboord A. L .)
gen. JHi So- Politic col. 4o.... 1X
C, R. I. A P. col. 4o 77 do ct. 40...... 1 J
do col. 6o t do R. R. lot W. 4 I H
do rf. 4e SO Po. Rollwor Go iVH
Cnlo. InduetHol ts... 2 do sen. 4 s"
. ol. Mlfllond 4o... l4 I'nion PoclOo io.s
P A 8. r-f.-ejt. 4Ho. : do CT. 4 1161
Polo. A Hud. ct. 4s..li:uj 'do lt A rof. 4b.... :
D. ft R. ( 4o 7 ' S.,Rubbor .... .106
do ref. to 4t4,r 8. Hteel :d us l iSH
rllstilleo im 74 Vs.-Osr. Chcm. io.... W
Eilo prior Hen 4s.... J r'obsh 1st r,o I12
do gen. 4 7 do lot ft ext. 4.... 7 u,
do cv. 4s, oerieo A 81 Wsotorn Md. 4n M
do CT. 4o. oorleo B. 7SH Elerlrle ev. Bo. HI
Hen. El-e. cv. to. . .1S5 Wlocontin Central 4a. ti,
Bid. Offered.
011AUA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Steady Prices Paid by Packew for Ha
tire or Range Steers.
HOGS ABE FIFTEEN CENTS LOWER
Bayers Deetraolne Masamer Mar.
ket ta Pieces Heavy Rasi of
keep, Selllas; at Wcloro-a-ay's
Rise.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 18. 10.
Receipts were: Cattle, nogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 8.363 1 866 S6.,J
Utticai 'lue.iay H.iHi 8,bli 1W.7K4
Estimated Wednesday .. D.8U0 4.m0 82.0W
Three days this w eek..r7 1 M 01
Sama days last week....81.tSS 18.768 6,98
ciaine daa 2 weeks a,0. .o.m4 1j.nI ei.eoJ
Sams days 3 weeks ago.. 26.810 11.48 Ti KM
hams days 4 weeks ago.. 14 88 . 74.SW
Same days laet vear.... 24.660 16.2T8 6 S31
The following taoie snows uie receipt
of cattlJ. hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compend with last
year: 1908. ISO. Inc DC
t'attle S.T0.6T.1 7S2.44 48.18S
Hogs 1.84T.7; 1.9M0I8 138.2S4
Sheep 1.64S.C 1,.3S 87.680
Ths following table shows the average
pric of hogs at South Omaha for tbs last
several days with comparisons:
Date. ' 1908. lflO8.l!J7.78O.l06.l04. 1908.
Oct S....I 82 s si 27 s w; S 73j
8 46 5 .HI S Z3 S W
Oct 4.... $7 8214
Oct. 6....I 7 80 !
Oct. S..
Oct 7..
Oct. 8...
Oct. ..
Oct. 10..
Oct. H..
Oct 12.
Oct 13.,
Itooton Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Oct. 13. Money, call loans, 6
64 per cent; time loans. 4,'i6 per cent.
( l.i ing quotations on stocks and bunds
were:
..KBntte Coalition V
..l'Hl Tolumot A Arliona..1on
..12S Cilumet A Hoclo 040
. rontennlsl S7
. PI copper Range , 74
. ,16-fl Paly Weat R
..l Frankllfr ... WH
..13.) Oroiibr SB
..80214 tlreene Cononos 1"4
.. 48 Isle Royala U
.. "S MoaV Mining 4U,
..130 - Michigan ti
..12.1 Mohawk ,, &9
..141H Ncvodo
.. 84 Old Dominion
.. B On eolo ' 1WH
,.ln2V. Parrot !)
.. I4 uulncy
.. JW Shannon
C4 Tains rock
Atchison ad, 4 ...
do 4o
Alchlaon R. R
do pfd
Rortna A Albony...
Rcaton ft Maine....
Ronton Elevated....
Pitch burg pfd
t'nlon Pociflc
Am. Argo. Chem...
Am. Pnou. Tubs....
Am. SuKRr
do via
Am. Tel. A Tel....
Am. woolen
Pomln. I. ft 8
Oen. Electric i
Moot. Electrle
do pfd. ...
Mans. Gaa
t'tllted Fruit
Vnltrd Dhoo Mach..
art pfd
V. 8. Stool
do pfd
Adventure
Alloues .
Amalgamated
Arizona Com
Atlantic
Allla-Chalmero pfd.....
Am.iaauuued CbplKO. .
American Agricultural
Amtirican IJcot tiugar
Auirluan Con pid
American cor ft rounury..
American umon oil
Am. Hide A Leather pfd..
Amerloan loo Soourllioo....
American Linaoed
Aiuran LuuoiueiiTo
Aid. Suwlilug c Kel'ng....
Am. Smelt, ft Hel'ng. ptd.
Amoricaa Sugar Heluiiiig..
American J el. ft Tel.:..'...
Ameticon Tomwo )id a
Amorioaa Wooion
Auaoondo Mining Co......
AicUmob .
Aumeon pfd
Atlantic Cvast Line
Baltimore ft Ohio
Baltimore ft IHilo pfd
tteiltlvniB Bteol
Bruulyn lUp.4 - Trall.lt
I onou.on Paulfio
Coutrol leather
Central Leather pftl
Central of Mew Jereer
Cheompeoke A Ohio..
Chluao ft Alton
Lhlcego Great Wtslern.'...,
Chicago A Northweelern...
Otllcego, Mil. ft St. Paul..
C.. C, C. ft bl. Louio....,
Colorado Fuel ft lronS
Colurado ft SouUiorn
Colo, ft Southern lot pid.,
Colo, ft Southern. Id pfd..
Conaolldated Gao '
Corn producto .:
Ueloware ft Hudooo
Lenver A Klo Uiondo
Denver ft Klo Grande pfd..
Diotllloro' Securities
trie
Krle lot pfd
Erie 2d pid
General Electrld ..........
Groat Northern pfd
Ureal Northern On. ctio...
lllinula Central
Ituareorough Mot. ,
Imeroorotigli Met. pfd....
lnternailonol iiarveeior....,
Inter. Marino ptd
lnternotlunol ' Paper
International Putifb
ll.ooVi
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7iw
loo
S.kuil
1.6'W
Hla
1U)
2U0
frl
20, jot
bin
1Vo
46
4H4
111
W-k
47
24
14
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24
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4i
4.H
al
7in
4V
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40
06
IJ 112 Ul 1114a
l.HiRI lWVi Lt
,w) 141! 141M ,4isi
41 W - -
l.tu U 1 S4 ' KH
l.lua 4SU, 4444 4
It), 1U0 1IU lUHt 12.144
104
I'M 1SS in ut
3,4tO 1164 1 6"4 110
l'K) Dt 4'i H
200 31 ad o
7.V.U IHttj 7.T4 It-A
1.4U0 lluvo H"t .lw
7,.uu 4n4..4,j i4
200 lvll 1U'4 lull
HI)
17.U0 US 464k i
,
' M 14' UK 14
uo inn
10,9.l 1..S14 1-1 loitt
LN 1 V it
l.Uutt 44Vfe 44 44
61
600 7 ih1 ',
1.10 T4 7t4 lH
141 '4 luio
oo 'ii ' I S ti
1.7.Aj IS, 1S6 lHj'o
1,IM0
me
l.l'Si
4,4.10
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34 (4
Sf. 24V4
4.H
600 108 - 141
,t0 1m)44' 14.
2.1IM 01 e It
(OS 1 .1414 .149
4.1U0, II, loU ' j
44
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s
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no
4
ruffe Market.
NFW YOtlK. Oct. IS TOFFFI1: The
market for of fee futures was Inactive to
day and after oncHn from at an ad
vance of 6 to 15 points net RRin on local
hull support and covering, due to the
strength of Ruronean markets, the local
snot situation, reduced estimates of the
Rras'llan crop, and expectations of a fall
ing In prbnaiv . receipts. ' the Frenrh mar
ket closed at a net advance of While
the small supplies of Klo coffees avallnhle
In the local market eem to he disturbing
local shoi's. shout SO) baes nf the dtv'i
business represented .chaoses from Ootober
to later months. The market closed stesrtv.
St a net advance of 20 to 5R nolnts. The
sales were reported of 717SO bugs Incliu'tne
October ot S 6f..70c: I"eeemher St 5
5c; March at eOmtllOc: May at 0V(jj6rK-;
July at VJiM: September at Otic.
Snot coffee firm: Snnto No. 4 Tic;
mild coffee, steadv; Cordova. 8CH14C.
Oils aad Roola.
SAVANNAH. Oa . Oct. 18 OILS Tur
pentine, firm: RTc; soles, none; receipts.
814 hhm ; shipments. 123 bbls.
ROSIN' Firm; sales. 1 fc'4 bbls.; receipts
?3 bbls.; shloments. 7i bbls ; stocks. 140
J bbls.. Quote: B 83 S5: 1. 84 ; K 84 l:
F. 84 2P: O. 84.25: H 84 JS; I. 84 B; K. S-YSR:
M. :fj 9; N, S3 8O-0S 00; W. Q., S4.60;
W. S7o.
NFW YORK, Oct. IS OILf-Oottonseed.
strong; prime crude. 85 83 bid; yellow,
pal western markets yesterday:
stesdv Tnepenf'iuj easy, 81c.
p. )SIV Steady.
TuLKIK) ix-. 1 OlLe-North IJma, 86c;
rkiuth Lima and Indiana. 81a
lies want-ads are business boosters.
Iowo Control
Konaao I'll Southern
Kaiieae cur 8a. pta
LoulavllMt ft Noohvllla....
Muuiettpoils A St. Louts.
M , St. F. ft Souit SI. M.
Miooourl Pa.lfic
Mioaourl, Kanaaa A la4o. (2.4UO 4!V
M., K. A T. pfd ,juO ,76,
National Biscuit J lu li:i
Notional Lead v.... 8,0v0 ati'i
Not' 1. Rja. at Max. lot ptd. ' 100 6oV
New York .Central .j0- JH 1JS
New Toik. Ontario A W.. l,u0 41 . 44
Norfolk ft 'Weewrn 2,700 ik'4
North American ,...i...' go 74 7
Northern Paclllc I. 4,ioo 1T.1 t-lfta, lo,,.
rociiio man ,jo . jju .it
Pennorivonlt IS.tud 141 s4j l4a
People'o Gaa 4,M 1M 114 1.4 4
I-ioauurg, . u. at at. L,. , M va ' U0 ua
rrta.ta steel cr l,uo to 41 io
..lu... r.Mw vr. , ..... ..... lai
Hallway Heel Spring eJ 44 . ii 4i
Reading ll.luO i24 loji, long
n.HUU.1. D...I ...........
hepubno Stool pfd........
Rock laland Co
Hock If land Co. pid
St. Li.u.a ft S. F. ad pfd
St. Leuta Southwestern...
St. Louie 8. W. pfd
Kloee-ohetfleld S. A I....
Southern Faelflo
boultiern Hailwor
touthorn hollwo pfd
leuneoaeo Cotjper
TeiHo ft Pacific
Toledo. St. Loulo A WaoC
Tu.eoo. St. LftW. pfd..
I n lull p&clflo
Colon Factllo pfd
I'nlted Btateo Heoltr
I'nlted Slateo Rubber
I nited Stotee Steel
4.0 44
'.ot l'S
.'U0 3414
n
6"0
0
44
64
2
4Uj
VI
13.7110 12
2.700 LK14
6.1
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l,3.aj
40)
41V
loo .
80H
72'.
44
164
e
r27
63
34 'o
M
674,
40
tX
OH
34
3.1'i
(1
lK
lll.eo itan
44) 1.44 H
U.100 44
2.1. j.0 hT V. iu',u,
, okateo steel pia 11 174 14
.i Luviwr
Vlrginla-Csrulino Ctlaml
Wabaah
Wabeeh pfd
Wealtrn Maryland ,
Weetlnghouao locuio..
41 est em t'nlon
Wheeling ft Lake Brio.
Wteoonaln Central
Total aulas (or the dar. 170, liu oharoa.
1.4M 44St 4414
1.400 4.,, 46
..0 lai
8.1' ill 44V,
2'") II il
1,7.) i
j0 77 So ni
'
4.4
21
4
u4
61
4'H
102
104
63
.'
127 .4
4'0
41
lav.
t
M V
Local Srcarltlea.
Local securities quotations, furnished by
Samuel Burns, Jr., 614 New iork Life
uuiiuiiigr, ui'iina;
Did.
Pity ot Omaha 4ts, I lur
Cudahy Pocking l o
Columbua INeb ) Bloc. Llglit to, 1434.. 44V,
Independent Tele. 00 (Omana) to
International conotructlon Co 42
Laclede Gao Light Co. 6a, ltlt 101
Morria 4 Co. 4S0. Ut tl'o
Nebraake Tele. Stotk. 6 per cent
Omoho Oao 6a, U17
Omaha tlleo. Light and Power 60. M3I..MW
Omoho Bloc. Light sod Power pfd 62
Oniaua ft C. B. St. Re. ee, tu gav,
Omaha A C. B. St. Ur aa. 1;4 luv
Oavako A C. S. St. Rt pfd g er ct. 43
Omaha ft C. B. St. Rr com . 4 per ct. 1
Omooa ft C. B. Kv. A bridge ,I4 ... 0)
Omens Water Co. 60. 144 g4Va
Omaha Wsler Co. 6a. 1,14 t,v,
Oaiana Water Co. lot pfd .
Sootk Osioho aewor 4loo. 11.4 l-v,
sioui Cur stock Varoo pfd. 4 per cent 66
In Ion Stock Yoxdo (Omana) g per sent 7
Wooura Poslflo 60. 1144 mv4
Aoked.
100,
K
26
eg
1"
ft
ki
l.aiv.
04
I'M
Ivl
1
14
04
4
Ik.
12
101
60
u
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Treaaarr tatwaseat.
WA8HINOTO.V. Oct. 11-The condition
ui tne treasury at the beginning of bust
ojs today waa: Trust funds, gold coin
SiTO.SM.aus; silver dollars. S4.&.mmi i.. .11,..
dolUra of lu. S4.UF.2 ia); silver certlflcatea
outHiunning. S4).:.u.lJ. Ueneral fund
slaudard silver dollurs In geneia) fund.
,ji iriniijr
,. 6S i'nlted Copper.
. n V 8. Mining...
,. 8, tfU ;
.127S t'tah
. g'lg VlrteHa
,, f.i Winona
,. 78 WolTerlno
. 414k Norln Butts...,
.. l'14' ' ,.
m
16
46
11
4
M44
30
42
144
64
London Stork Market.
LONDON, Oct 13. American securities
were quiet during the early seKSiun today.
Prices generally were unchanged from yes
terday's level, which showed declines rang
ing from 4 to below Monday's New
York closing.
London nosing stocks: t ' "
Conoolo, money 62 Loatovillo A N :1E4
do account. ..... .63 11-iaM., K. 'T '..44
Amal. copper I 414 N. T. ttentrol 133
Anaconda Norfolk ft V.'.., so
43
44
74
.. 8
82
....... ie
JkCl(lc..,..131
46-l.'nloo Taclfic J1'4
.. ei ao pia. ....... ...,,.lui
.. t4U. 8. Stool.'., H
.. 0 do pf4.'......v,....13u
.. 4iWobooh .............. 13
.. 21 do pf0 ). 43
..164 Btonlati 4a .....36
MLVKlt liar, steady at 23 816d per ox.
MON hi Y ltf lVg per cent.
inn lave ot u.bcouiu 111 the open market
for short bills is 8 per cent; for three
months bills, 30 3 y, per cent
7 6?V
7 54
7 67V4
7 614
7 67 Vt
7 70 I 5 nni
311
6 15
lb
6 24)
6 15
7 61 S 70
6 K
9
6 07
6 11
ir.
6 11
811 I 03
ID us
5 82
6 80
6 2V
b tw1
8 06
6 78
5 03
a 6X
5 54
o
S 53
60S
4
sr
8 0.
8 40
6 18
6 19
6 22
o
S 20 4 89 6 4ti'
211 5 07, 6 311 6 21
6 M 6 to! 5 171 5 37
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union block yards, bouth urnaha, for
tHenty-iot.r hours ending al i o ciock yes
terday afternoon: '
KECEIPT8 CARS.
Caitta. Hogs. Bheep Hrs.
C, M. oV St P.
Wabash
Missouri Pacific 6
Union Pacific 61
C. & N. W., east.... 1
O. A N. W. west. ...131
C, St. P. M. & O....
C. B. & Q., eaBt
C, H. & west. ...216
C, R. I. & P., east.. 7
C. R. I. & P., west.. 1
Illinois Central 1
O. O. W 1
1
20
11
17
3
64
Atchison 1231S do pid.
do pfd 1 Oniarlo,,A W.
Baltimore A 0 113 Pennoylvonlo
tanad.on Pacific. ,..18u Band Mlnoo..
Oeeepeek A O Rending,
C'hicogo O. W 1(V SouiherS' ltyV.
, ki u.i a. a. o Itti.u . ')U
e Beero. . ,'. .8 Soutlfertf
Denver A Rio u..
do pfd
Erie
do lot pfd
do 2d pid
Grand Trunk
Illinois Control,
New York Mining: Atocks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 13. Closing Quotations
on mining stocks were as follows:
Alice 176 eeLeadvillo Con
llrunawlck Con 5 Little chief ...
Com. Tunnel Block... 14 Mealcoa
do bonds 14 Ontario ..V.....
Con., Cal. ft Vo 170 Oi.hlr
Horn Silver 70 Blandard ......
Iron Silver lw Yellow Jacket .
Offered.
. t
. 4
.
.8.5
XSi
. 60
.1(0
Bank Clearlugs.
nuiui . rti, to ii .. i. ..aU.iHH a.
day were i2itj,9.2vt and for the correspond
ing date last ear. 82,227,644.87.
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Receipts and Qnotatloas of at Day 1st
Ictdy city Market.
CHICAGO. Oct. 13. C ATTLE Reeel n ts.
estimated at 2,100 head; market steady:
steers, S6.60i7j8.SO; heifers, 8i.6oji8.00; bulls,
S3.uo((t4.S6; cm vis, So.0o4iji.00; Blockers and
feeders. 3.75(i5.dO. ...
moos Kectipvs, estimated at 23.000 head;
market . weak; choice heavy. Sl.oOruTW;
butchers, 87.7i(u7.liO: iinht mixed. S7.lMs7.4t!
choice ilBht. 7.obti7.ti6; packing, 87.twxtr7.76;
k.kb. w.wui.w, uuiK. ot saies, ' g.4i)ia7.bv.
-SHEEP AND LAMHM Receipts esti
mated at 48,000 head; market steady; sheep,
84.ooti6.5o; lambs, o.ou4j7.10; yearlings, 85.00
Total receipts ....432
DISPOSITION HEAD,
Omaha Packing Co 407
Mu.Ui and Company l.tmt)
Cudahy Packing Co i.'4
Armour A Co 1,427
Cutiahy, from country..'.
Armour, from Denver..'. 108
Benton, Vansant at Lush. iM
W. B. Vsnsant Co..
Stephens Bios
Hill ot Son
r'. ti. Lewis .........
Huston He Co
J. U. Rool 4E Co
J. H. bulla
L. P. tiuxz ,
L. Wolf
McCteary & Carey...
S. Wenheiiner 4u3
H. P. riainuion H56
M. Hegariy i4
builivan Uros h2
Lee Hoilibciuld ......
C, K. et ti
iseb.-K.an. Calf Co..
Oiner buyers ........
6
1
24
25
108
777
1,121
Ms
2.717
1,00
2,647
2.u42
5t
24
lbO
ltt)
302
U
116
100
104
341
421
18,140
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 1.1 PATTI.p re
ceipts, 20.000 head, lncludinif 1.3U) aomh.
erns; market steadv to unk: .im,..
cAirt ana aressea oeer steers, 86 U
to.76; tmr to good, S4.oofi.4u.26; western
sleers, 83..iOXi6.60; stockers and feeders, 83 20
fc5.;.0; soutliem steers, 83. 4a4. So; southern
voe, f...Aii w; native cows, S3 2.u4 30'
native heifers. 83.00Sj6.25: bulla. 12.2nr2 tk-
calves, S3.76y7.76.
ilOijS Ron ipis. 13.0U0 head: markot lira
20c lower; lop. 87.60: bulk of sales, .87.20i 11 feeders . S46 S
7ou; heavy, 8i.40Sj7.60; pickers and butchers. , 25 feeders.. 914 4 IE
v.tio; lignis, 8.ioii7.o; pigs. 8C0o4j73.
HilliKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 13.000
neiui. marKet sieauy; idmbs, 6.76fit7 10;
yearlinrs, 84 5uroo; wethers. 84.2ii(a4 7fi?
wes. 84.0Oij4.oU; stockers and feedeVs, 83.00
U4.76.
ToUls .....S.SuS 4,036 2s,8uO
CAi xut There was anoiner uoeral run
of came louay anu, as on yetruayr
arge snare ui tne receipts were mts in ar
riving, so that me market was a utile Slow
in opening,
Pauaeis had liberal orders to fill and
reuuiiy paid tuny strauy prices for any.
thing at ail dean able in the way ot eilaer
uitvik-e or range - oeei. uood to cnoica
rahgers had tne prefererice, but as tnese
weie comparauvety scarce, tns packers
took more kindly to n shorl-rea and
uanneu-up natives than recently and prices
Were generany well sustained, lucre was
less competition from the feeder buyers tor
tne uivu.uin giaues of cams and the trade
was mure or less uneven and unaausXae
lory on this class ot stuff.
Butcher stock and camiers generally sold
in aoout tne same noicues aa on yesterday
although the trade lacked a good deal of
the Bhap that characterised yesterday's
uiurket. Local packers were all good buy
era and there waa a ood Inquiry from
eastern butchers as well as from feeder
buyers, so that ths movement was reason
ably active from start to finish and ths
early offerings were all disposed of In
good season. Ths market for veal calves
v.as reasonably active at steady prices and
tne same was true of buns, stass. sto.
In stockers and feeders there was not a
very brisk trade and ths general trend of
values was lower all around. For ssveral
days the demand from ma country has
been somewhat disappointing and country
buyers have taken a very bearish view of
ths situation, so that dealers have found it
difficult to move the ordinary run of light
and medium weight steers, while even the
heavy kinds have to sell at a sharp dis
count from recently comparatively high
values. As compared with a week ago,
values are anywhere front lOo to Sto lower,
and prospects are not favorable for a clear
ance for the week.
Quotations on cuttle: Good to choice
cornfed steers, 87.2.'VgK.OO; fair to good corn
fed steers, 86.2f.ti7.efil common to fair corn
fed steers, 84.75ft4j.26; good to choice range
steers, 85.2566.40; fair to good range steers,
84.405.25; common to fair range steers,
83.60$ 4.40; good to choice cornfed cows and
heifers, 84.0OU5.O0; fair to good cornfed
cows and heifers, 83.26'u4.40; common to fair
cornfed Cows and heifers, 82.0013 26; good
to choirs range cows and heifers, 83.760
4.26; fair to good range, Cows and heifers,
S3.26ij3,75; common to fair range sows and
heifers,, 82.263.26; good to chotea. stockars
and feeders, 84C3o36; for to good, stock
ers and feeders, 84.40U4 0O; common to fair
Blockers and feeders, 8'75(i 8.40; stock heif
ers, 82.864jD.Mi; veal calves, sS.60v6.7a; bulla,
stags, etc., S2 75&4.76.
Representative salest
WESTERNS NEBRABKA.
61 Cows M3 8 60 82 oows .... D46 S 60
19 feeders.. 1147 S 30
24 cows 1012 S 46
7 cows..
S cows..
23 steers.. ..1226 6 10
11 bulls :...IT S 05
14 feeders.. M4- 4 35
70 feeders.. 10C6 4 65
8 cows 848 S 78
St. l.onls Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 13. CATTLE Receipts,
6.I11O head, Including 2.400 Tex mis; market
steady; native shipping and exporlt steers,
Jit.Tii u8.25; dressed beef sn.l butcher steers,
85.60eMi.75: Steers under l.OUO pounds. S4.0o$
1 40; slorkers and feeders, 83.600400: cows
and heifers, $3.00.1 6. 40 ; cannera. $2.0041 2 50:
bulls. 8J.60; calves. $1.50r8.25; Texas and
1 lie l l n sleers, $3 6oyi6.4o: cows and heifers.
$2004(3. SO.
11UUS Receipts. 11.300 head: market Ife.
lower; plus and HkIuc S.i)i7 jii: paces. 4
i Joui.au; Dutcners ana Pest heavy. Si-oof.
7.70,
MIEEP AND LAMMS Receipts, 4.W
head; market steady; native muttons, 83 50
4(4.75; lambs, 85.75 7 25: culls and bucks,
$2.oVj4.iHJ; Blockers, $3,254(4.00.
It. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts. S2U0 head; murket steady; steers,
84 'u7.00. eows and heifers, $2.50a,.0u:
calves, $3.0041. 00.
HOiJS lltcelpts. 8.000 head; market ltV
1 lower; top, $7.66; bulk of sales, $7.30
iT 56.
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts. 3,000
head; market steady; lambs, $4 duj7,O0.
loot City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la.. Oct. 13.-(Speeial Tele
gram). ""ATTLE Ruelpis 100 head; mar
ket ote.1y; beeves. $4 0V.i7.75; cows H fti
4.80; feeders. $4.0Ojj5 25; yearlings. 83 0004.25.
IlOGS Receipts 2 2U) head; market 10c to
15c lower; revise of prices, S7.264f7.7B; bulk
of sales, $7 C.7.50.
20 steers..
14 cows...
12 feeders
14 cows...
20 heifers... 674 S 40
16 cows 40 3 00
7 calves... 352 4 25
S calves... 135 8 75
.1017 S 20
. W5 8 40
SOUTH DAKOTA.
11 GO 6 16 10 oows 1008 S 35
24 feeders.. SI 3 4 55
26 feeders.. 23 4 15
ID cows 921 8 66
12 cows 832 S 35
8 calves... 852 4 50
S calves.... Us) f 08
VII S 00
874 4 40
. 887 3 SO
Stock In ttlgat.
Receipts of live stock st ths six princt
$6 45; December, So 44-!td 46. Petroleum,
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
South Omaha
Sioux City
St. Joseph ....
Kansas City .,
St. Louis
Chicago
. . . lN.ll
... 1 6.0
... 3 )
...20 0.4
... 81O0
...21.out
4 fcW
t 2U9
8 out)
11 Ootf
H.OoO
2o.OU4)
82.000
sin)
13 f0
8 boo
48 OUO
Totals
61.700 66.500 100, SOD
Be want-ads art business booster
F. M. Stewart 8. D.
7 cows &40 S 86 52 cows 974 $ SS
J. E. Sheffield 8. D.
36 calves... 266 4 50 41 calves... 166 6 Sfi
S. O. Sheffield-8. I).
S3 cows 1000 4 05 29 steers. .. .1078 4 70
O. H. Conrad-Neb.
20 steers.... 770 3 55 6 steers.... 820 S 86
N. E. Cody-Neb.
6 cows 852 S 60 20 steers.... 711 S 65
H. Hoefa Neb.
S cows 1024 3 70 cows 862 S 60
10 cows 1000 S 00
J. Fenenga Neb.
10 feeders.. 1127 4 00 10 feeder., Vfl 5
6 feeders. .11D6 4 35 6 eows IOuO 8 60
J. B. Kennedy Mont.
30 feeders.. 87 4 50 30 feeders.. 965 4 16
12 steers.. ..1211 4 50 Scows 911 $30
18 cows 10H8 4 00 8 calves... 110 t 00
Frank Orube 8. D.
1 feeders.. 1014 4 25 16 cows 1023 8 90
40 steers... .1130 4 66
H. B. ClapoNeb.
22 feeders.. 1140 4 76 17 cows K5 S 60
J. H. Baker Neb.
53 feeders.. 41 1 4 46 14 heifers... SS2 S 56
Bank of Hyannls Neb.
S2 feeders.. ltri 4 26 28 feeders.. 1012 4 26
R. M. Moran-Neh.
25 feeders.. 80S 4 56 3k cows 818 S 70
It E Falrchild Neb.
. 821 S 50
Stewart A S 8. D.
.817 4 60 t steers.... 86S 4 4t)
.12J0 S HO
C. II. Sheffield B. D.
. kDO 3 75 11 cows S4S S 71
. 133 6 26
Howard ac 8. D.
.1045 3 86 87 steers . ,.1180 4 86
W. Lamberson Wyo.
IS feeders. .1259 6 ' 14 oows 1187 4) 00
38 feeders. .1087 4 85
D. R. Whltaker Wyo.
4 bulls 1280 8 10 106 steers.. ..12S45 I Sf
Western Ranches H. D. -29
Steers.. ..1145 4 25 147 steers.. ..1171 4 86
18 cows 1018 4 15 Ik oows 87T 4 ib
IS 6WWS 84 I'i
25 cows.
S steers..
S bulls...
S cows....
calves..
M cows..
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IN ITS
THIS BANK IS
53d
YEAR 1
1
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9
Duriug nil this timo it has conimnnded tho coi-, ,
fidence of the people. This confidence is still ,eyi-' , '
denced by the daily opening of new accounts nnd ' '
the constantly increasing volume of business. -
Your account is invited.
SIM
MUCH better service
to Texas
Not only better in schedule, but also better in
service. .... 7;,;.",' V
Many hours have been saved and many comforts (
have been provided to transform your trip from . .
along tedious journey to a short delightful one. ' 1 '
This has been accomplished by
The Katy Limited
'This limited train of unlimited comforts, began 7" ,
' service September 26th, and immidiately cut down
the schedule a business day, between
. Kansas City and Texas "vU
It is brilliantry lighted, from , pilot; tor ob$ev.j
tion end, and is equipped wiiH ' ' ' '
Chair Cars brighter, more attractive , and mor ,5 ,
comfortable than you have seen.
Sleepers that the best future Pullmans will be
patterned after for some time to come. . .
Cafe Car with tempting menu service a la carte.
What it Means to You
Morhinj trsihs from, Omahk, make tjood connection
n Kansas City' with jthe Katy . Limit td which leave "..
Kansas City Union Station at 6:20 p. m.(St. Latrit 10:05 ti rh.) "
and 'arrives; with Katy purtttlialitjr, at Oklahoma City , '
T.rVt- n i.nfi in. m nollseOfl.t a 'iri' ff.Wortlt
9:35,4. xn WacoJj2:5S p. m Austin 5:10 p. sn.,,Saa .
. Antonio 8:15 p, m., Houston 9:50 pi ..-; yr "XTul
Thrpugh sleepers sind chair tin Kansas City td Okla ' v
" horns antl Texas. Cafe ear Kansas; City to Psnwlns ;
North bound, the schedule is equally favorable i..; . : ;' '
The 'Katy Limited "is a new train and with', the.',.'',:'.". ."
Katy Flyer gives the Katy' double daily fast ser- -- !'
vice from Kansas City and St. Louis to Texas kttd ' 7 '
Oklahoma. '. . ,
In planning a trip to the Southwest all you need
say to your local agent is one little word "Katy, ...... h.
Full information retarding any trip Southwett
cost ol ticket, schedule, etc., will gladly b '
furniihed by .
Geo. A. McNutt. District Passenger Agent.
805 Walnut St, Kansas City . , ,,
:
3
.'it ..,'.' 1
)'. VI 1
,.1196 t 18
,, &li 2 8
848 1 00
8 00
4 66
5 50
4 00
5 60
4 00
D. Owens S. D.
12 OOWS... -1026 4 00 .10 Steers..
7 COWS..... 807 8 16 10 cows...
II. a. Wttara a. P.
SO tesrs....H48 4 75
W. 8. Bsrtlns 8. D,
It steers. ,,.1200 8 85
h. Brownfleld 8. D,
20 steers.. ..1224 4 68
: P. Bchmele 8. D.
10 oows.' .'j ST71 2 40 licowa...
- William Schuiela e. D,
ss steers. .iii4 6 45 ...
M. Rlondan Wyo.
t COWS.....10U8 4 00 4 COWS 1012 4 00
1 bull 1420 8 16 4 steers.... 87 4 10
B steers.. ..1135 6 00 4 Steers. .121
J steers. ...md S 00 7 steers.. ..106
L. N. Kennedy Mont.
80 feeders.. 877 4 80 20 feeders. .1075
11 steers... .1168 4 46 21 cows llnil
18 steers.. ..1215 4 80 42 cows S47
86 cows M0 4 00 6 rows KVS
K, George Neb.. ,
IS feeders.; 848 4 05 S stas..j.135S S JO
i Hsrt Rebsr Nebi
IS feeders.. 1015 4 40 8 feeders.. 828 8 75
l. It. Whittaker Neb.
81 heifers... 1005 4 80 81 ca. ft hfs .1060 8 80
Mllldale Cattle Co. Neb.
29 feeders.. 801 4 60
HOQA Tho market went to pieces this
morning worse than It has at any Urns this
sesson. Reports from tne easi were de
cidedly unsatisfactory to begin w.th and
continued to come lower from time to
lime, so that w hile supplies at (his . point
wars not eaoesslve. oondltions were suclt
that buyers could take advantage of Ilia
situation, with the result tnat they ham
mered out the sharpest ntH-a of ths sea
son touay. A tew rriv .ss luoacd
about 15o lower than yesterday's ceneral
averaa-e, the decent stuff oeinna around
87 66. Later prices dropped to at least 20o
lower than yesterday, where the big bulk
of ths offerings finally had to sell. While
the market U in very poor snaps here, It
Is no worse than at other points, buyers
seaming determined everywhere io hammer
cut a bU dciilie In p Ices. The outside
trice reached this morning was 87.67 a.-,
agalnat 87 80 yesterday, while Ihe general
bulk sold around 87 nO, as against a bulk
yesterday around 87.70.
Jlepifeeeiuati.e sales:
Derbcrl L Gooch Co.
Brokers and Dealers
SsaVZIf. SaVnVlsUOafat. TOOstSV
dauaaa Officii 810 St. T. sails B14J.' '
U VeisphSBS. Doaglas MS.
Sadssaalsat. A-aia'8isra-aias,
pities, aaa iavaeat oSuuse, s) tfs ava.
No. At. gb. ' Pr. No. A.
40 144 10 )w la vii
40 7 44 t (.'.0
t 46 40 M
7 47 74 K,l
7 41 44 ill
1 40 44 IU
7 40 ' UI .44
IS 4! 14
f te 4 2,4
t 40 40 310
40 tl tS4
7 4u 74 tel
M 44 IM
I fc. 71 174
7 40 14 144
47 244
7 0 44. I1
7 40 24 Lot
7 4U W IM
7 44 14 144
1 44 M (2
7 OS M ;
7 40 71 teS
lie 14
7 4 M4
7 40 47 444
7 40 . II tot
7 a tl Ui
7 bl
HKhF-Fresh shipments totaled about
WhO hi ad this morning, aa compared with
22 0)0 head of last Wedaesday and aalmost
oa head of a year aso. There waa prao
tlcally nothliMf left over Ixwia yeetswlay'i
71..
14..
74..
41..
74..
74 .
u .
41..
44..
24..
71..
71..
44..
71..
74. .
44..
71..
11..
87..
14..
74...
47...
14...
AT.
.144
...bl
...114
...ll
...10
...141
...8 4
...I'J4
...It
...14
.1,1
.. 8
...Oil
...171
...117
...ia.
...IM
...Ml
...4
.. t34
...1.4
...140
...IM
...nai
...no
...UI
...U4
...UI
so
1
40
w
is)
KM
leu
40
40
IM
luo
fr.
7 40
7 (.
7 U.
7 ilvt
7 t!H
1 lis,
7 (it
7 41
7 14
7 42
I 44
1 44
7 44
7 44
7 44
1 44
7 44
7 64 .
1 4 .
7 14
7 44
1 "
7 U
7 46
7 44
7 44
7 47
7 47
' nc, inn nuia v imc.yi. ' evv.ua
Kood-season at tte kdvtate MitttA in yes
teruav's rei.nrt ' -
-'i iiere-were no Bw" features' ol isf oou
aeMuence no.lceabls In early rounds today.
1 lie looeriinaT trada waa noturallv rati.ar
oljW, owniat to tlia delay uticaaioned In
siiaplug up the bis: run In selling form,
but tii inquiry lor good kinds of both
killers and feeders was very active and
'h as were eoid brtiuant aeiierallv stea.lv
p. lie.. Htialiy goud graues of killing slock,
eepioialiy tat lamoo, were in uieaer sup
ply anu If tnere was any change wormy
of no.e lu tula hrai.uh of i... tm ll
was in an easier direction.
TliA demand itxw f.1 .... ..,
. -" .wv. nmm via.'l-
ouo and prices well maintained all aiong
Ui. 1 1 11M A u a r.ilA ,.,.nipw ,. . , . ...... .
dcciduuiy back v aid aooui maami pur-
ciia.es or trasn and "tripe" ana in tne in
Jo. uy ot co prefer the fairly fat nuality
..,., an tail mere are nol a tew in
sisnovs lately when tney nave oeen known
to "nickel out" tne paoaer af strings of
medium flesh sheep and fatahs that par
ticularly suited tlieir fancyv .
iuotailoiis on fat slisvp and lamba; Good
to cnolce iambs, Sti. 0O4, t.su; fair., to good
iambs, 4ti.jOao.ijO. good light yearlings, 85.04)
ua.l; good heavy yearlings, 84 .0a.ul good
lo choice weihers, 84.1(44.45; fair to good
wethers. H u4.1fc; good to. cholo , ewes.
44 ku4 2i; fair to good ewes, SJ.euUlO. oi4
canner ewes, l.0u2.oa r. ,
Quotations x on -feeder' stock: Good ta
choice lambs, So lsti.Ui fair 10 good lamba
k.40u6i6; light yearlings, S4 W.i5.lS; heary
earllngs, 84 bt,a4 ; eld w-elhera. 84 0028;
t cnoice ewes, sa. O'a'Zft; breeding
SJ. 754,4.50; yearling breeding ewes.
eytf.oJV'lj. W.
No.
Son Colorado lambs
5l8 Colorado ewes .
4:4 Colorado lambs
IM Colorado ewrs .
478 Colorado ewes .
V I'tah lambs
1:35 1'u.h lambs
3(j0 I'tnh liin.ha
1H7 t'tah lambs, feelers
Iii7 1'iah ewes, feeders
7 Wyoming lambs
831 Wyoming lambs
i0 Wyoming lambs
y Wyoming lambs, culls...
11.2 Wyoming ewes
162 Wyoming ewes
81 Ctwh lambs
48 I'tah lambs, feeders....
218 Utah yearlings
V.A irtah weihers
447 Wyoming iambs, feeders.
141 Wyoming lambs, culls...
178 Boulh liakota wethers...
Av.
... 68
... W
... 6
...104
87
7
60
l'K)
6
00
58
44
......112
.7.... 6a
8
.115
t.J
CI
70
Pr.
28
S 80
5 50
8 76
8 75
6 60
2 60
6 50
t 76
8 85
s HO
8 40
8
4 50
4 10
5 86
6 50
5 7s
, ' I 1
' 4 M
6 10
S 2b
4 26
(irolo Market.
lX-WHEAT-Deosmber,
Unlatk
Dl'Ll'TH. Oct.
8101'.; May. 1104.
No. 1 northern. 8104; No. t northern, 8102;
Octuber, iivcember. 6i-W4. liar.
8104'V
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