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TTIH I1KK: OMAHA, Fill DAY. OUTOHKR 15. 1!MV.
CRAM AND PRODUCE MARKET
Strong and Higher Cash Trade Send
Wheat tip Again.
B.S STILL1 ' BUY HEAVTLT
As fferloe Are Limits Bayers
II At to Rtln Their Bid
-o Slna of. Any Report
. v OMAHA, Oct. 1. 1908.
Z ... 'erter -cash marketa sent
wh.s values up again. Buying bv milling
Intel fata a heavy, and aa offerings were
rW'l . bu"r" "1 to raise Their bids,
i nera la no sign of any export business and
joratgn marketa are not following the do
The corn mark la holding steady, with
better demand, but fra selling of old
' orn has cherked any advance and an early
rvst la evpected
Wheat trained strength fat. dosnlt the
r arleh feeling yesterday. Northwest mar
kets were aenaatlonally higher on buying
by millers, who took all offering and
advanced their bids. Flour shipments are
in" beat they have been for months.
C- rn wan alow to follow the advance In
hat, but, after the spot market, aome
dvarcs n registered on scattered buy
If' rlIPPm" demand Is Improved and
thl helped boom values at the close.
Primary wheat receipts were I.as2.i0 bu.
and aiilpmenta wet 701 too bu., against re
clpts Uai var of 1,314.000 bu., and ship
men a of 834.000 bu. ;
Pilmary corn receipt were 227.0O0 bu., and
shipments war 410 000 bu., against receipts
l""coo"bu ot 23S,OUO bu" nd ,n")raent8 ot
Clearai.'oea wrra MOM bu. ot corn, 11,000
?.'' .'u ""1 "heat and flour equal to
.ivt,noi' cl t to " on wheat
and 14 to lower on corn.
Local rang, of options:
Artlclea.l Open. hi lgh. Low. Cloae.Yes'y.
"H 1 004 W 1 00', 9SU
6JV m BS'i 64T4
,6Sa 11 H 67 OT'
Wi 37 " " S-Ki r 37V4
Omaha Caaht Prln.
hHI;MN?V., n,rd' VMWUIM. No. 8
bard. ll.fjswttl.M; No. 3 spring. $1.0.' 1.(15:
No. 3 aprlng. 31.0241 1.03; No. 4 spring. 98c
DM; no grade, WicCrjfl.Ot.
CORN-NO. 2, 666e4e; No. 3. 656He;
o. 4. 664c; . No. 3 yellow; 561? ."4c ; No.
L?"o: No- 2 wnlte- W No. 3
1 OAT'l 1'. mixed, ve.164o- No. 3 yel-
CfJ.1tV; Standard, .taiffe.
RYE N, J, 9rT0c; No. 3, s469o.
'.far Lot Receipts.
. Wheat. Corn, Oat.
Chicago lgs 212
Omaha 63 62
Uuluth .V 602 ... ...
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featarea ot ta Trading; and (losing
Prleea. Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Oct. 14.-Followlng a weak
opening, wheat advanced sharply . todav,
December leading with a gain of 2c over
yesterday closing point. Corn and oala
lao advanced, though not In such a
marked! degree, respunsJva to the bulge In
the wheat pit and ' provisions moved up
from 64 to 20a on the recuperation from
Tha principal factor In the' Upward ahoot
,.,whet WM u,e hey demand from
millers who wera large buyers pf December
and May, following a arrong flour trade In
tha northwest. Caah wheat remained at a
premium and omboldened bullish buying,
relnforoed aa 11 was by other markets
being-relatively higher. Closing prlcea
wera firm and not far from the high point.
In a minor degree tb corn market re
peated, tha performance of wheat In open
ing weak and gaining strength later. Tha
close was from He to c higher than yes
terday's, with Decmtr loading, Ita final
figures being 684o.
Conditions similar to tha corn market
were seen In the oat pit, but there the
response to the Jump In wheat was less
marked. Th closing figures showed an
advance In December ot Vo over yester
day, at 8tc.
Strong Investment demand for provisions
In sharp, tontraat to tha break In yester
day's market caused an advance of from
60 to 30o In the provision market. Closing
prices ranged from 6c higher for October
ribs to 20c higher for May lard.
Tha leading futures closed aa follows:
Artlclea.l Open. Hlgh. Low. Clone. Yes'y.
Wheat I I
Deo. 1 04 1 06. 1 03Y1 06tH 04V4
May 1 061& 1 07Mi 1 06 1 06Vt 1 -t
July WA3 08 lMi'iihi
Oct. IBS tO C9- tQ
Dec. 67 1 684 67 6x4 674
May 04ff 1 60Vttiil 69'i 60', m
July 6Htt H 6DtiOHjtt ltt
Deo. V 40 39 3 394
May 41HCttU 414 43
July 41 41 39Vo K4
Oct. v. 23 00 23 00
Jan. 13 30 13 66 13 30 13 47 18 30
Oct. 11 97 13 20 linti U 10 11 97H
Nov. 11 70 11 85 11 70 11 NO 11 ft!
Jan.L 10 77 11 00 10 77 Va 10 86 10 77
Oct. 11 00 11 30 10 97 11 06 11 00
Jan. GO 76 60 9 72 9 67
May (67 3 76 f t 67 I 72 60
Cash quotation war aa follows:
RYR-No. 2, 72ff7Sc. -
BAULKY Feed or mixing, MKSSlo; fair
to choice, 6M63c.
BEfcDS Klax, No. 1 southwestern. 11.68;
No. 1 northwestern. II. M. Timothy, 32.Suqj
e.76. Clwer. 39.60tfl0.0w.
PROVISIONS Poik. mess, per bbl., $30.
Lrd, per 100 lbs.. l2.12y,i 12.25. Short ribs
aidea tloosel, l69i! -nlt.17; short clear
side (boxrd), $12 (ftftl) 26.
Total clcaruncrs of heat and flour were
oqual to W2.W00 bu. Primary receipU war
1'J0I0 bu.. compared with 1.314,000 bu. tha
corresponding day a year ago.
estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
21 oars: corn. W oars; oats, 124 cxrs; hugs,
' 11.000 head. . .
St. Loal Ueneral Market.
ST. ' LOri"-, Oct. 14. WHEAT Higher;
track No. 3 r d, cash, $1 2SM.37; No. 2 hard,
tl .10 1 131: Deovmber. $1 osi,; Way. $1 oh.
CORN Hlgh.r: track No. 1. cash, tUVic;
December, 67faQ6T,tc; mixed, SOSo; No. 2
OATS Higher; track No. 2. cash. 39c;
I imbiT, 3.rjiiSc; May, ilc; No. p
FlxDl'K Higher; red winter patents. $5.S0
tri ti; extra fancy and atralght, j Pti5 4o;
hard winter cleara, $4 1h40.
HEED Timothy. $27ro350.
BRAN Firmer; sacked, east track, $100
HAT .Stronger; timothy, 12.0Ot1'l.00; pral
ri 110 Oi-S 12 00.
IRON ClVT'J'ON TIES-0a.
PROVISIONS Pot k, higher; Jobbing.
$23 36 Lard. hUhar; prim steam. $11.92
Olio?. Dry salt meals lower; boxed extra
shorts, $1112; olear ribs. $12 U. short
cleara, I12.J7V rn tower; boxed exura
short, lit 14; clear rlba, $13.12; short
cleara. tit $7.
POl'LTRY Firm; chlckena, 11c: aprlngs,
12c; lurk yt, Italic; ducks. 10c: geeae, 7c.
HCTTER St al ; Qreamery. 3ij JUc.
KGGo Firm; Be.
, Reoelpts. Bhlpments.
ol w... t,n. 31 tol)
. . 1 W
lorn, du ......
Oata. bu- ....
. l.3u 66.0u0
73.0UO ' isa.ouo
MlanroiMtlla Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Ulna.. Oct. 14. WHEAT
IocniW $Lml.uj; May. $Loo;
cAh: No.1 haid. JioSiHil.OkH; No- i
northarn. $1 utSul U; Xa. 3. norttiorn
KHAN la 100-lb. sacks, $11 to
FUJl'R-Flrst pateKis. $6o.40; second
patents, $6.10iuj; first cleaia, t4.liui.ii,
Udelphla Prodoe Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 14-UITTER
gulet. but Steady: extra western crvainary,
t?c; axtra eearby piinis. 3a.
KvKJ-" 8tedy, good .' demand; Pennsyl
vania aad other noarby firsis, fr caaea
3.'u. av ' mark) Pennsrylvania and uihei
nrsrby rrpl )ivs. la rtjrnbl cas.a
tto. at mam, wwilsru fiiat. fr caaaa, lie.
st mark; weMern current receipt, free
""'K. 'M'uWc, at maik.
Cllr.KMJ Firm, good demand; New York
'nil cruim. ctiolc-. 1tc; New York full
creams, fair to good, 1644 16c
OMAHA OKXKRAI. MARKET.
laple and Faaey Prod are Prices Far.
nlshed by Bayers aad Wholesalers.
RL'TTKR Creamery, No. 1, de.iwred to
the retail trade In .1-lb, raitotis, ale; No,
1. In fioib. tuls, iV; No. 2, In 1-ib. car
tons, &c; In io-lb. tubs, 2c; packing stock,
'i2r; fancy dairy, tubs, 2.'y24c. Market
changes every Tuesday.
EUUS Fresh selling stock, candlad 22o
No. 2. lJc. , '
CIlKfcsE- Finest Wisconsin full cream
twins. 17-(17c; Young Americas, four In
hoop. l,c; daisies. M In hoop, i;il7c;
cream buck, full case, 17o; block tiwiss
18'ol:c; full cream limberger, l(VH17c.
I'OL LTRY Lrepsed broilers, 23c; springs,
14c; hens. 14c; cocks. 10c;" ducks, lie;
14c; turkeys, 2ic; pigeons, per doa., $1.26.
Alive, broliers under 2 pounds, Ijc; over
2 pounds, 10c; hens. 11c; cocVs, 6c; ducks,
fuil feathered. 10c; geese, full feathered,
c; turkeys, under 10 pounds. 15c; over 10
pounds, lw; guinea fowla, $2.50 per dog.;
pigeons, fioc per dox.
FISil Fresii caught.' almost all are
dressed: Halibut, Uaillc; buffalo, 80; trout,
luc; bullheads. 14c; catfish. 17c; ci apples.
sunflsh. 9o; black buss. 2Rc: whllefish,
lc; pike, 12o; ralmon, 13c; pickerel, 13c;
frog legs. 4.Tt. Freeli froxen; Whllefish,
No. 1, 110; round, 9c; pickerel, dressed and
headless. 9c; pike, dreaded, 12c; redsnappers,
12c; Upanish mackerel, lie; native mackerel,
Bh.fc.K CUTS No. 1 ribs. lc; No. 1 ribs,
12c; No. 3 ribs. JC; No. 1 loin, 20c; No.
2 loin, 13c; No. 3 loin, e; No. 1 chuck,
bC No. 2 chuck, 4c; No. 3 chuck, 4c;
No. 1 found. 8c; No. 2 round, b-o; No. 3
round, .; No. 1 plate, 6!e; No. 3 plate,
4c; No. 8 plate, 2c.
VKGKTAIjIjES Virginia sweet potatoes,
$3 00 pr bbl.; celery, Michigan, 36c a bunoh;
Kearney, 7i,e doi ;cahbago. Wisconsin, H40
per lb.; Wisconsin Red Olobe onions, lc
per lb.; eastern cauliflower. $2.00 per dox.j
tomatoes, home trown, market basket, 60c;
lettuce, per dot.; 36c; parsnips, turnips,
carrots. 7w; per bu.. Florida new beets,
carrots, turnips, parnlps, etc., per dox.,
FRESH FRITITS-Orope fruit, 4. 64 and
C4 aise, $j.60; bananas, fancy select, $l.lu(.
2 00; appHs. California Rellfiouer. $1.60 per
bu.; Colorado Jonathan, choice, $2.60 per
oox; fancy, $3.00 per box; choice, $3.60 per
bbl.; fancy. $6.00 per bbl;: orangsa, $3..S0 per
box; Florida due to arrive soon, $3.00 per
HIDKS No. 1 green, JOc; No, 1 oured, 110.
l'OTATOKS 0ru76c per bu.
NKW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Range of Price of Varlons Cantniod
Itle oa Board ot Trade.
NliW YORK. Oct. 14.-FLOUR-Recelpta,
39.194 bbls.; exports, 23,742 bbls. Fairly act
ive with prices nominally higuer. Kye
flour, firm; choice to fancy, $4.304i4.W.
buckwheat flour dull. P
, COHNMEALi Stady.
HYK Firm; No. 2 western, 80c, nominal,
f. o. b. New York.
or)i.T1:;A1K,'cu'l'ts' 74 800 bl-: exports,
ZM.142 bu.; spot market strong; No. 2 red,
$l.27vi asked elevator! No. 2 red, nominal,
i; b- afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth,
$1 16d. nominal, f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard
winter, $1.23. nominal, f. o. b. afloat.
1 here wan a big Jump In wheat prices to
day, following strength in the northwest
and an incroaaed trade In cash wheat and
flour at Minneapolis. Hull support was
coiiHplcuous, promoting an active scare of
shons and new high levels for the season.
L,ocul market closed lc to lc net higher,
peiember, $1.10Vnl 12,, closed $1.12; May,.
$1.111.13. closed $U3. "ay,.
.,Vi,.K;N H,"cel111"' DU-i exports,
61.633 bu.; spot market firm; No. 2 69c
elevator, domestic, and 9vc delivered; No
2. 69c. f. o. b. New York; No. 2 yellow,
iOc, nominal. tjpiloa market without
transactions, closing 0 net higher. De
cember closed SSftc.
OA I S Rectipia, fctf,926 t)U.; exports, 6.8G0
bu.; spot market firm; mixed 2ti to 32 lbs.,
42443o; natural white. 2 to 32 lbs., 434
: c"PIed white. Hi to 42 lbs., 43&4c.
? inner; spring bran, 23.liM(f23.85;
mutdlliigs, K3.obca23.ti0; city, $24.28.
' HIDKS Firm.
VV OOL Steady.
PROVISION 8 Cut meats firm. Lard
strong; middle west, $12.t312.70; refined
firm; compound. OV&lOc. Pork firm; short
clears, $23,004,20.00; mess. $26.76.
1?LjL,UVVttu'onK; clty- o; country,
WEATHER IN THE GRAIN BELT
Fair Friday After a Nlaht of Warmer
m, a, . OMAHA. Nb.. Oct. 14. 1909.
1 he disturbance over Hi lake region
continues to overhang that section, and la
still causing unsettled weather over the
extreme upper valleys and east over the
lakes to the eastern slates. Rains and
snows have fallen generally within the last
twenty-four hours and snow flurries con
tinue this morning over Lake Superior and
to th extrme upper Missouri valley.
Wnlla the temperature is alightly higher
throughout the eastern portion, the
weather continues cool and klllng froats
were general over th lake region last
night. Temperatures have risen rapidly
In the central valleys and west Into the
mountains during the past twenty-four
hours, and generally warmer weather pre
vails west to the Pacific coast. Th
weather la generally clear west of the
Missouri river and It will continue fair In
this vicinity tonight and Friday, with
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared wtth the corresponding day of
the last three years;
1909. 1908. 1907. 190".
Minimum temperature 36 64) 46 rt
Precipitation T .00 .00 .00
Normal temperature for today, 66 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation sine March 1,
Deflo'ency corresponding period In 1908.
Deficiency corresponding period In 1907,
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
PEORIA. Oct 14 -CORN-Hlgher; No. i
TOc; No. 3, 60c; No. 3 yellow, 60c: No. 3
OATS Firm; standard, 40c; No. 3 whlta
Wc; No. 4. whlt. S"c.
pot cloaed quiet. 10 points advance; mid
dling uplands. 13 95c; middling gulf, 12 20c;
sales, 3,800 bales.
Llverpol Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 14-WHKAT-Spot.
nulet; No 3 red western, winter, nominally
7s td. Futures, steady; December, 7s 6d
March. 7s KT4d; May, 7s $d.
CORN Spot, quiet: new. American mixed
(via Oa'veston) tin id. Futurra. yuUt; Oc
tober, 6a ld; Deoeniber. 6s 2Sd.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOt.FDO Oct 14 -SKED-Clover. cash
old $ 60: ca-h. MS2H; October. $8 J: De
cember 1 March. r02: No. 2 $8 S7H '
No. 3. $8 30: rejected. $8 no grade. $4 46'
Tlmothv. rrlme. $1 5. Alslk. $8 00; Oc
tober, $8 00; December. $8.10; March, $3 20.
Mllwanke Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct 14 -FLOI'R-Strong.
WHEAT No. 1 northern. $1 Wl.09; No.
1 northern. $107'(fl07; December, $1.0tii'if
BARLEY Saniplea, 6041c.
nlnth Grata Market.
PI'LIT'? Oct 14. WHKAT Vo 1 north
er". 'VOrti- N . 2 northern, $1.03'.
. NEW YORK. Oct. 14 V-fAT Stand
ard copper on the New York Metal ex
fknr waa iiiH l"sl deslera nuole lake
Conner at tl3 WW1S.3K; electrolytlo
1!M; casting l'!v1I7!: Iondon market
w firm and higher, m-lth snot clos'ngr at
irr lis M and futures at fM II M. Tin
was firm In sympathy with the English
advance but ruled quiet with snot and Oc
tober Quoted at $30 S2Vrtn 4"U The London
market was higher at flSH W for spot and
1 for futures. Lead oul nd unchanged
locallv with spot at $4 .30tf4 .37. Th Ixn
don market waa unchanged at 13 r.s Hnel
ter cloned quiet, with spot at M 00tr6 10.
Th London market was unchanged at fit
6a. Iron waa higher In London wl'h Cleve
land warrants Quoted at 61a M. Th local
msrket ss steady. No. 1 foundry north
ern $lOU4l.6l; No. I $18 60919 00; No. 1
southern and No.- 1 southern aoft, $1J Ktf
Sagar aad Molaaaea.
8T'OAR-Raw, firm'; ref'nlng. 3T3J80r;
eentriftigal, 9 - feet. 4 2tt'iT4 J-K"; uolasaas
sugar. iilJ.Uio; refined steady.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Upturn of Price of Stocks Continuci
with Upshoot in the Last Hoar.
uircoiT PAcmc has strength
Attention Directed to Subject ot Alli
ances, with Probable Disaolation
of Soma ot the Ilarrlinaa
NEW YORK. Oct. 14 -The upturn of
prices of stocks continued today on a
diminishing volume of business, but ex
panding In a buoyant upsiioot in the last
hour. There was a considerable demand
from an uncovered short Interest.
Their buying to cover seemed to be
prompted, to a large extent, by the per
ceptlon that the rise In the Bank of Eng
land discount rate was of small effect
on securities markets owing to the clear
ness with which It had been foreshadowed
In the action of the private discount rate.
The advance In the English bank rate
of per cent a week ago was regarded
aa no more than a normal reflection f
the hardening tendencies of fall money
markets. The quick sequeni e of a fur
ther rise of a full 1 per cent, bringing
the rate to 4 per cent, must be accepted
aa evidence of abnormal conditions.
Today there were further large with
drawals of gold, making It doubtful
whether even the present rate will be euf
licietu l 1 tile proieciiun ot toe Lo.uluit
That tntae measures ara directed, In a
Special decree, against American borrowers
is asserted In London dispatches.
Previous liquidation evidently had served
to relieve the local money market so far
that room v. as left for the recovery In
prices. United States Steel, especially,
was vigorously strong and ihe ai$gresslve
manner in which it was absorbed and bid
up has a reassuring effect on sentiment
towards the whole market. The strength
of Union Pacific effectively supplemented
that of United States Steel as a sustaining
The announcement of the absorption t
the control of the Missouri, Kansas &
Texas In the Interest of the Hawlcy and
Rock Island parties, opened up a sub
stantial extension of the ambitious rail
roau protect ui ihe li.i.nei i.n.nhi u.il
suggested some realignment of the railroad
The various elections to fill vacancies
left by the death of K. 11. Harrlman also
directed attention to the subject of rail
road alliances and pointed to the disso
lution of some of the projects attributed
to the late financier. Selling of New
York Central was explained on this ground.
Bonds were heavy. Total sale, par
value, $3,M)2.O0O. United Stales bunds were
unchanged on call.
Number 01 suies and leading quotations
on stocks today were as follows:
Sales. Hlpth Low. ("I .
Allli-Chalmcrs pfd 11 B-Vk
Atntlfamated Copper S6.O10 7kH W)H
Am. Airlcultural 100 if 45 4f,t
Am. est luw 1,J0 47 4714 4
Am. Cn pld fc-.
Am. rr A Foundry H.4H) " u
Am. tottan Oil 1.2WI 74 34
Am. Hide A Letthar pfd 47
Am. Ic Securities l,14
Am. Llmeed H"k
Am. Looomoilve 600 l Win 11
Am. Rmelltnf Ret 1.4"0 M - M't K.
da ptd.'. I'M Ul l'l Hi
Am. Bustr Refining 11
Am. Tel. A Tel t.Ot'O 14214 4H Hi '4
Am. Tohecco pld l.oUO l'Wt4 I1
Am. Woolen 4W 37 86 84
Anecondk Mining Co 1.300 47 .: 47
Atchteon li.tm Hit l
du pill M M HM
Atlantic Coast Une U4V4
B. A ) 2,800 1KV4 11574 !
da pfd M14
Bethlehem Stuel l'H) 33 '4 J.I 14 ih
Brooklyn Rapid Tranait 1,00 7 78S 104
Canadian Pacific 1.6 0 l14
Central Leather 1,5'I0 4a'4 U 4'
do pld id1
Central of N. J Ilo
Chmupeake A llblo 18.400 M14 B14
Chicago A Alton 6K) 68 74 W
Clurago Ut. Vieet., off'd l'U 14 14 14
CAN. W I ltl 1M
C. , M. A St. P.... 16, HJ0 16814 174 !'
C., C, C. A St. L 16
Coin. Fuel A Iran ' 1,400 45 44 45
Colo. A 8outhern ti
do lt pld 700 W 78 7
do id pfd ti0 7(1 "4 74 7814
Coneolldated ' Uaa l.buO 142 . 142
Corn PraUucu , ?1 21 tltt
Iw,awre A Hud eon o ll.f 1 - lo' li
V. A K. O 1.W8 M4 . 44 44Sj
do pld... 1. , .. , ,, 84
Dlatlllera' Becurlttee ' is
Brie , 1.300 94 ' 83 Si
do lit pfd , 84,300 4 48t 48
do til pld . 40
General Electric 100 let 183 16814
Qmal Norihera pfd 4.bu0 lbi loo .bn
da Oregon cite 8.J"0 8J 81 82
Illinois central 300 looit l"1 lw
Inter. Met 1,8x1 ltS H 14
do pld i.i fl 4al4 48
Inter. Harveater vuO 8b 84 8o
Inter. Marine pfd 800 2314 23 &i
Inter. Paper luO 17 17 17
Inter. Pu.up ', 4 41 48
Iowa Central-. 6.M) 2 2 ti 28V,
K. C. Huuihern I,8u0 4i 44 444
00 pfd ,114
L- A N l,w 16i-4 ial4 Ik 11
Minn. St. Li 100 aa i2 Us
Minn., St. P. A t. gte M.. iw i4u 140 .
Missouri Pacillii n 4714 t.u
.. K. ft T f)8.lU 46 44 4o
. no P'd ,8.j0 77 7 78
National Qlacult ,. ..
National U4 8u0 87 87 81
Nai'l n. R. of M. 1st pfd bi
N. . Central 8J.4J0 rS 13414 lao
N. Y., Ont. ft W n) 47 47 4,
Norfolk ft W In) n H DU
North American.,...., 4u0 78Vt 77 78
Northern Paciflo I.iiu 153 11144
Pacille Mall t.Au 3, S6 37
Pennsylvania St,o 14i4 i4 14.
P.ople'1 l.aa I.uw H,W jtj
P.. C, C. as St. L gjo 8 8iV .,
Preeaed Steel car I,jv0 41 40 4?4
eui.mea Palace lar , 4g
Kanwajr steel Hpr.ug tint 4e 41V8 ,.
47.UU0 184 18l 1M
K.i.uunc Steel l.tw 4H4 4
do p(d.... KU 'j, yM
Rock Hi.nd 00 17,uo ,u ,
., Pla l.w0 ! 7v ,0
St. Louie ft f. 2d p,d 10 67 M ,H
St. Louu 4. V. l,,o, 2.S .8 i(i,I
" H W14 6 ek
Sloee-.neffleld 8. ft 1 l.ma, ,4
ouiuem haiiw.jr a '
"M ) iu 88 u ,J
J""""" topper luo 84 34 J4
- Pacn.u luo 3oS u
To'- IWI (u tl 3H
Lnion Pacific 44.ut 204 Ifci-S
U. S. Healtr luu . J
v: , 8,44 HZ
,,,ao ' W.vO L.I 1MH llni
Ulan tapper j 47 u? J
Va.-i.aro. Onemical S.3 4.I4 4uJ
P'a l.auu 4.- t.Z 4,1
Wt.ril klr,iad u 21 "
WeaouaiiouM ki.ectrlo 7uu 8 u
A ..Hi .. r . , I ...n .... I
V. ieoooiii Cenu-al .JV 44
ioal saiea lor toe da. 874,uu ahaiea.
Boston Slock and Bonds.
6 per cent; Urn loans. 4o pr ue7
Uo.J.ig quotations on aiocka and bonds
Auloeoa adj. 4a 84 Atlantlo 11 u,
ao 4a ..... i. butt, coahuuo:::;::;
Alcioaoo K. K U.t.,u.l A.l,n..
e'u lLaluui.i hcUa.... 4vo
Bctou ft Aluany 2-. Laiit.nuial ...
iHeu,u Mam. Iw tw HUf. .... ;
Boetou Kievauid l-vu.y W.t. . ,
N. 1., N. u. H...lour.iiDr .
iLlon Pacuic .urisuie Cauau luw
Am. Aige. caem 4. im rto..e ' i,. J
. Hd to. Maaa. M.n.ug " ,
Am. Tube s Mniiigan ... . ,
Am. aug.r LWluua "" ik'
Am. ac Tel 143 Mi tit. c. ft C
Am. Wooicn 4, a,v.u1 f;
, u "u i"- old iA.ia.iuou. "
liomiii.oii I. ft g.. fc, ow.eoia .... il
k-i.aon alec, til parrot "'
U.uetal ..ctric l- Wwiicr !! ?,
M.ee. ai.lr.g 1 . c.i.i.i.oli I...""'
" " iau.ai.ck "
. ia a.lr.ouj ,.
lalted kruil lM inila copper. " 4 v
luiitd kuo. Mack... a b a. atiuiua
ai"0 -f. s. o.i...::::'.";'
11. S. awei 8.lian I'
da lila 1 . ..
. - - m - . s
Woiviri ... ""1
Am.iguuated SSa .Surto ilutu. .
Ana. couiumtcuU.... eat.
-PARIS. Oct. 14. t rices oil uia Bours to
day wtir firm.
BthUA' Oct, lt-Prlces on th Bouts
touay taur firm. Liouieatio gi1(uea er
i..MDON. fDct. i,-Mony waa In .barter
supply and drr on to market tuuay
uucounts wr higher on the heavy aooj
export. On tne block xchiige. nuw "ial
th expected 4 per cent bajig rate la an ao
compliahied fact, dealings for th new ac
count ar going on cheerfully and sans-fnctui-Uy.
Repurchaae. er. reapons.b".
for th hardening of the gilt-edged foreign
and Kaffir aharea. but speculation Is not
expected to broaden In view of dearer
money.- American securities opened steady
and from to higher. Values wre
firm until Just before noon, when tha mar
ket eased off a fraction. At midday th
ton was steady aud price were from '
to 1 point higher than yesterday's New
York closing M!souri, Kanaaa ft Texas
Culled tiiatea Steel and Cauadlau Pacific
nioiiopoile,i attention m th forenoon, and
their advance protjressed In the afternoon
on good New York hulng. and the mar
ket closed firm, with Missouri. Kansas A
Texas below the best.
."New York Moaey Market.
new Turk. net. m.-moxky-Oo call.
sirong at 4 ' i r per cent; ruling rale. 4
per cent; closini bid. 4 per cent; offered
at 4 per cent. Time h ans. very firm anil
atttive; sixty and ninety days. 4'&4j per
cert: six months. 41H4 per cent.
1'RIMK MERCANTILE PAPKK-4 to
6 per cent.
STKRL1NO KXCHANGB Steady, wltu
actual business In bankers' bills st $4 MVrff
4. ft for sixty-day bills and at $4 if. 10 for de
mand; commercial bills. 4.WVg 4 SJH
SILVER-Bar. file; Mexiean dollars, 4.V1.
BONUS iloverr.inent, steady; railroad,
'ihe following are th closing quotations
on stocks and bonds:
V. S. ref. ti, rag loo inter. Met. 4a I"S
do coupon ...
UnSlrier. M. M. 4a....70
V. 8. 8a. reg.
Pl.jaras 4a 84i
do coupon lul do 4a.
I". S. 4a. reg ligaK C. Ho. let Sc.... T4
do coupon 1,;L 8 deb. 4e. Intl .. HS
Alni-t nsimera let ea 844 L. A N. unl. 4e K-St
Am Agricultural ta.lii M., K. ft T. lat 4a.. 100
Am. T. ft T. rv. 4a.. to do gen. 4a ,. fo
Am. 'Inliacce 4a kuUjMo. Par I fir 4a...' 84
do Aa 11.. N. R. K. of M. 4e. Hsj
Armour ft Co. 4c... 83 N. Y. On I g. lite. 8.
AKiilaon n 4e....lx do deb. 4a $i
Aich.aon r. 6a 118N. T., N. H. ft M.
"Atlantic r. L. in 4a tn cv. a 141
B. ft u. 4s W4 Norfolk A Weitera
do 8a bu, let con. 4a 89
do a. w 3ita v4, do ct. 4a I 314
Piooklyn Tr. iv. 4a. No' Pacific 4a 1'U
CVntiai ot Oa. aa....ltla ,a "I
Central Leather n,0- L. rfilg 4a 83
c- nt N. J. g. 4...i.v,''nn. t. 3a, 1811.. 87
chea. ft o. 44 lfti "o fn. 4i
do ref. iia i4 'Reaiting gen. 4a
cnicago ft A. 31... ii"'- r. 'g. 4a SI
v.. b. ft v. jt. 4, k, lo gen. b,
do aen. 4a
'C. M. ft St.
C K. 1. ft p. c.
do col. ta
do rig. 4a
Cnlo. ind. ua
p ' "ilo let gold 4a.... 84
8Hs,,'ojr'1 A L. 4i.. 88
4s 1. ' clrlc rol. 4a... a 14
(l. do 1st ref. 4a
'" 111480. Railway ta
. Midland 4a... 114 , 00 4
ft Huuihern ref t nion Pacinc 4a..
, and eat. 44 87 '1
li. ft ti. cv. 4s 104 .,?Ul. ,no 4a
O ft K. o. 4a.. Ti ,v s- Rubber Sa...
00 rer. tia fttu 04....
"U.a.i.i.r.' ...: v.Hi.,VC,r ""
Erie pi, or lien 41.... M ? ,h 1,1 b'
-uo aeu. 41 7
I" 4a, aerlea A 81
Mo eeriea H ,5
l-en. tlec. c. la..iij
III. Cen. let ref. 4a..
do let and t
" cr. 6...
Wla. Central 4a
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Oct. 14 American securities
opened sieady and from to higher. Val
ues were linn until Just before noon, when
the market eased oil a faction. At midday
the tone was sieady and prices were from
to a point higher than yesterday's New
Liuliuuli cio.-.lntf storks:
Console, money 82 ll-loioulnrllle ft N
8-44 M.. K. ft T...
liamtuore ft Ohio..
Chcaapeae ft O
. 81N. Y. Central.
8Norlol ft W...
.184 do pfd
lul Ontario ft W..,
. 81 Reading
Chicago U. W.
14 Southern Ky...
Chi., Mil. ft St. f...m do pfd....
U Beera 8-eBouthem Pacific
Denver ft Rio 0 4H-H Union Pacific...
do pfd wila do pfd
Erie , 841). 8. Steel
do Ut pfd to do pfd
"o 2d pld 41 Wabaah
Grand Trun 21 do pfd
llluola Central 16414 Dilantin 4
MLVi.lt liar, aleadv at 23 a-lfitl ner r
MUtEi Irtui per cenu
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 3't per cent; for three
months' bills, 3ifo33 per cent.
Local securities quotations, furnished by
Samuel Burns, Jr., 614 New York Life
' ' Bid. Aaked.
City of Omaha 41. lit -....tc... J03
Cudahy Packing Co g
Ctiiumbua (Neb.) Blec. Light fa, 1826.. 94
Inoependent Tela, ta (Omaiia) 20
international conatruotion co..., 42
Laclede Uaa Llgnt Co. 6a, 18)4. 101
Morria 4 Co. 4, a, litJ3 1.... 84
Nebraaka Tele, stock. 8 per cant...... 88
Omaha Uai 6s, 1817 , 88
Omaua Klec. Llgnt and Power 6 1832. .88
Omaha Bieo. Ligut and Puwer pfd 82
Omaha ft C. B. bt, Re. ta, .n, 88
Omaha ft C, B. St. H)f. 6a, 1814. 1')
Omaha ft C. B. St. Rr. pfd 4 per rt. 81
Oin-li. ft C. B. St. Rr. rum. j 41 peg! tU 72
tHnalia ft C. B. Hy. ft Bridge ptd.... 83
Omana Water Co. 6a, 1848 84
Omaha Water Co. ta. ,1814.. ,...,,. 8914
Omana Water to. lit ptd . so
South Omana Sewer 4a, 18.4...,.,..., Jc
Siuux City btork Yarda pld, t per cent 85
l 11 ion stock Yarda (umaba; I per cant 87
WseUrn Pacific 6a, 1831 84
WASHINGTON. Oct. H.The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows:
Trust P'unds Gold Coin. $a71.B58,8(f sliver
dollars. $4s6,,(fe,OoO; silver dollars of 1600,
$4.O48.00i; silver certificates outstanding
Uentral Fund Standard silver dollars In
general fund. $3,430,!1; current liabilities,
lo.i, 41,816; working balance In treasury
offices. $i6,540,7o; in banks to credit of
treasurer of United Stales, $3,7,Utd; sub
sidiary silver coin, $lM,8S4.a76; minor coin,
$l.M2.'715: total balance In . ventral ftt.i.i
Bank of England Statement.
LONDON. Oct. 14-The weekly statement
of tne Bank of England shows the follow
Total reserve, decrease.. .....'... (W6.000
Circulation, decrease , 413o00
I allion, decrease l,09s4(W
Other securities, increase 471.000
Other deposits, Increase 1.1X8.000.
Public deposits, decrease 1.424. 0)0
Notes reserve, decrease 6o7000
ciovernment securities, increase 4,000
The proportion of the bank reserve to lia
bility this week is 44.00 per oent; last week
It waa 46.31 per cent.
New York Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct. 13. -Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows:
Alice 176 Leadvllle Con
Hruniwlck Con 6 "Little chief 4
Cora. Tunnel Stock... 84 Mulcan tfio
do bonde iCnlarlo li
Con. Cal. ft Va I) Ophlr .1 230
Horn Sllrer 70 Standard 60
Iron Silver lto Yellow Jacket 176
Krot market firm and I-16c higher; nild-
ti.ti a. Ti. . pait-n un ine spot, iw Dales
lo urrlve. 1200 bales. Futures opened steady
at a decline of 4 to 8 points on disappoint
ing cables and the failure of the predicted
frist to materlallg-. After the call the
d rlliie was widened to 8 to 10 points on
selling from scalping profes lonals. At this
It V( I flesh hllVirtfl- fnr limit u nt. ..... .
menced to come In and on reports of a god
v .1 ueiuaiin in tne interior the market
rose ar atiuallv 99 in 'ji ..itu .
1 . . . . -1 ,ul 11 1 n. niaiiuing
earl. In the afternoon 14 to 13 point over
eierday,s closing. There were new high
ieveli. fnr the eason Mv w.. r,,,. '
He. IJttle excitemmt attended the trad
ii.B Much of the urength of the market
v. a- due to a falling off lit Ihe movement
Vthti'h. In Ihn fttt .I A tr. ,A . :
at high, pi iceg. was taken by many aa a
confirmation of small crop eaMmates
I icfit-iukuuc caused aomethltig pf a re
ucloii la.e In the 8 s. Ion. ihe market dos-
...n t.., cu( at a nfi auvince Of Z to 1
li g bids: Oc.ober. U. 40c; November'. 13 3So"
liecember. 13.61c; January. UBo; March"
UWc; M,4v. la.ylc; July, 13.:"c 1
,UL'I3. Oct. 14 COTTON-Higher-middling,
uvc; Hales. 64 bales; re.eip":
ILVMI bales! l"'I'me,Ua- -Stock;
Jl?fJ' US " -WOOL-Wlth the local
supply of v.oo( lea. mail a chuu ot nontia.
amount and selection becoming broken th
market Is quieter than for sum, jmmtha
alues are holding very firm. The leading
domestic quoiatiuus range as follows- Ohio
and Pennsylvania, XX. 4V437o; X. 4aJ.'c
No. 1 a-lied. 40'41c; No. washed 40c:
fine unahed. 2;-.y,o; half blood, oomh
Ing. Joe; three-eighths blood combing 3Cc
quarter blood combing, aifai; delaine
washed, 4K.r41c. Mi. hlgaa. U laconsln and
New Vork fleeces, fine uowanhed, 2fVti-6c
delaine unwanhed. SlUX-V: half blood "un
washed. 34n36c; three-eighths blood un
washed. S4i(43t.c; quarter blood. 3SJ4o.' Ken
lucky. Indiana and Missouri, thna-elghtha
blood. 4c; quarter blood. 32-433... S."ured
values: Texas, fine twelve months 75rt7r.
fine six to eluht months. gOw'TOc; fina fall'
SM-aoOc. California, northern. v-O70c- mid.
die county, 63ii6ic; fall free. Soijc Or
eon eastern No. 1 staple T-Or.- eastern
clothing. 7iTiT;c-; valley No. 1 S7 Tlr
r!tor,y- t'n". a'aple. 77; fine medium
staple. .0;r,ec-; fine clothing. 74r72r- half
blord. 73i7fc: three-rightha Wood Vfl7rw
ouarter blood 7jfflc. Pulil extra 1r
75c; fin A. 6r70c; A super. Sufcttc. ,' . U.
Dry Ciood Market.
NEW TORK. O, t. 14 -DRy GOODR
Frult of the loom bUa.-hd cotton- w 7Z
advanced another c a yard yeaterday to
a basis of 10c. . Activity continue. the
ptircha. of print cloth yarn good and
the prlcea ar advancing. An auotion aale
of silk brought low prices. Jobbers ari
doing a good advanca busine.
OMAUA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Liberal, with Market
FUBIHER BREAK IN H00 PRICES
"tart I glow, vrltk Rlda Ten C'enta
Lower and Con tinned Weaker
.Rrlak Demand for
"Ot'TH OMAHA, Oct. 11. 1909.
Receipts wi: Cattle, flom Sheep.
Official Monday .!!.? 1.965 25.J77
Ufflcal 'J uemav tm MS 30.7SI
Official Wednesday 11.T29 4.2 .10 .W,
Estimate Thursday S.5g0 $.400 $4,000
Four days this week.. SI. 124 U.8M) 110 .'72 1
fame days last week SS.lM IH 30 11N.91I9
Same days 2 weeks ago. .34.772 17.611 119.218
Same days 3 weeks ago.. 30.513 lo.76 W.7H6
hame days 4 weeks ago..3.otj IS. WW 94.S&!
Same days last ear. .. .30,706 23.UW 74.774
The following tame snows ui receipt
of catUo. hogs and sheep at South Omaha
tor th year to dat. compand with last
ear,: 100. Haw. I no Uc
V,altl" 1136.600 78U.03S 4o.o24
'1 to.ii.514 l.lAi.;ttl4 138,810
b,,epP l,wio,il tbati.tms 85,632
Th following table shons tb average
Price of hoga at lioulh Omaha for th last
several days wltn comparisons:
Lltl- I 8X- HB.ila07. 7W8. 1K06. 11904. 1WS.
I 7 1 6 Ml 0 , .. u,
7 0 j S 45 6 Jl Wl
t 0 ( 7i 6 7
7 6.44 $ Si, e 1 a B1j 5 vj 0,4 I 0.
7 64 It 16 6 92,
7 67' 1:, 6 98'
7 Vs 6 30) 071
I ti li, 6 11
7 671 I 6 li.;
7 n) 1 6 !! 11
7 61 I 6 70!
6 0u fi M 5 4o
I 6 54 6 W
t O01 & 19
't 5 0o 6 63j 6 1U
ij 4 99 6 4-
-'n 0 0i 5 al i 31
2o 5 ; 6 17 6 a-.
1 6 lui 6 a 1 , a 4i
M 1 a us, 6 0
Receipts and disposition of llv stock at
the Lnlon Ktock yards, South Omaha, for
ierily-iour hours ending at i o Clock yes
C M. & St. P.. . "J"-"f-Sh.ep.Hr..
wo. p. uy :; 1 , -j
t-. & N. W. (east) .. S S
C. A N. W. twtst). S6 6 23 "
C, St. P.. M. & O.. S 6 "
C.. B. it g. (east) .. x 8 ..
C. R. & Li. IW..M 99 Id o.
C., R. I. & p. (laesl) .. 1
1-.. it. 1. ot v. (east).. 11...
Illinois Central Ww o
Chicago Ot. Western i 1
Total rec4pts ....164
Omaha PacKlng Co
Bwut ana Company ....
Cudahy Pucklmr t:o.
Armour A Co
Omaha Pkg. Co., Denver
Cuduhy Pkg. Co., K. C.
Mo.-Kan. Cattle Co....
VV. B. Vansant Co
Henton. VaiiHnnt A Cr.
Hill & Hon
V. B. Lewis
Huston at Co
J. B. Root A Co
J. II. Bulla
L.. F. Hum
McCreary & Carey ....
H. F. Hamilton
Smith at Polsley
Christie & Cllne
Totals , 7.069 6.034 22,060
CATTLE Receipts of caule were fairly
liberal for a Thursday, 141 cars being re
ported. Tho market on all grades of cattle
was fully tteady with yesterday and every
thing sold In good season In tha morning.1
yuolauons on cattle: Uood to choice
oornfed steers, 87.26Gb.0V; fair to good coin
fed steers, $ti.2oiu..26; common to fair corn
fed Steers, ,4.75iH.2&; good to choice range
steers, eo.fj(nB.40; fair to good range steers,
84.40(0.20; common to lair range steers,
$o.fi(tf 4.40; good to choice coinfed coaa and
heifers. t4.otK((5.00: fair lo goud coriu.d
cows and helterB, J3.2bw4.40; common to fair
cornfed Cowa and heifers, 2.Xywi.i6; good
to cholc range cows and heifers, $3 'but
4.26; fair to good range cowa and heifers,
83.1 3. 70; common to fair range cows and
heifers., 82.25u3.25: good to choice stockers
and feeders, J4.O0(uv0.6; for to good Block
ers and feeders, 83.40V4.00; common to fair
stockers and feeders, J2.'76i38.40; stock heif
ers, 82.8041 3.65; veal calves, J3.00&6.75: bulls,
stags, etc.. 82-76!U'4.75.
6 feeders.. 1000 4 25 12 calves... ar4
11 cows 845 2 75 13 cows 70J
7 reeaers.. vuo 4 26 123 feeders. .1094
24 feeders.. 1140
7 feeders.. 1140
17 cows 877
15 feeders.. 730
16 cews 813
21 cows 933
5 calves ... 4H0
12 feeders.. KM
31 cows B9?
6 calves... 161
16 feeders.. 1015
18 Blockers. 525
44 feeders.. 11. .2 5 45
18 feeders.. 11R8
47 steers. ...1129
13 cows 986
7 feeders.. 964 4 60
8 steers.. ..1043 4 50
St. John At
316 tteers...lHHg 5 00
Diamond Cattle Co. Wyo.
....1024 4 10 42 cows 978
w. AlcFadden Wyo.
... 846 4 00
Kent ft Diesel R D.
... IM 8 88 47 steers.. ..1037
Reddlck & Mo Co. Wyo.
21 steers . ..ma 6 10
(Jcorge Kelllne ft Son Wyo.
steers.. ..1200 6 it
James Sterling Wyo.
S2 steers.. ..I2.1O 4 60 119 steers...
93 heifers . .1097 4 60
.1. 11. Raker Neb.
17 heifers... 801 3 46
H. Hobbs Neb.
29 feeders.. 1000 4 40 14 cows....
Sutter ft Z. Neb.
8 steers.. ..1287 4 56
Dlentr ft O.-Neb
23 steers.. ..1130 4 I
S. Hudson Neb.
853 8 40
42 feeders.. 1000 4 40 51 cow...
l'aimlt ft tro. s. D.
39 steers.. ..1UW 4 50 25 stuers....H45
Thomas N. Muoio Wvu.
1 reeaers.. Hid 4 ou
16 steers. ...1202
1 cow 9i0
8 cows 740
27 feeders.. U'W
16 steers.. ..lbifi
io:2 3 60
9J7 3 70
9u3 3 16
1107 4 00
2 steers. ...11. 5 S 76
8 steers.. ..lojl
H. T. Church-Wyo,
85 steers.. ..1044 4 50 148 steers.
20 steers.. ..Iu27 4 00 100 steers.
lluo 4 50 31 cows
.1401 8 20
li L. Baffett Idaho.
.1123 4 80 20 steers....
C. 11. Bassett Idaho.
r 4 46
. 991 4 46
I . H. Bassett Idaho.
8 steers.. ..1081 4 50
37 steers.. ..10P9 8 10 20 cows 1010
IMamond Cattle Co. Wyo.
26 steers.. ..1011 4 00 11 cows 9
V llilam Radlchll Wm
ou steers. ...ju.u t sv 10 cows..,
J. I'. Voss Neb.
46 steers.. ..1141 4 66 9 steers.
.. 923 3 2il
..1136 4 06
U steers.. ..1241 5 4o 8 steers. ... 893
VV. Thompson Wvo.
27 mixed. ...12.13 5 00 27 mixed.. ..1206
la cows 1122 4 oO
Lrioy Salisbury Wyo.
37 steers.. ..1121 5 50 Pi steers. ...1154
19 cows llo-l 4 50 11 cows 1040
Tester Bros Neb.
61 heifers... 881 3 50 4 eos 109C
E. L. Burr Nob.
?3 feeders.. 1103 4 45 29 heifers... 701
18 heifers... 88 1 3 45 31 heifers... 610
3 20 .
rrank Burr Neb.
693 8 45
671 3 26
8K1 3 46
fill 3 46
W. .wll Wvo.
SJ steer.... 12 lit 13 cows.
HOUS The bar raid begun by packers
Sometime ago vontiiiuod line morning avith
th re.ult thai a f uribtr dlaaatarous break In
prices oucurred Tha market started out
slow with bid. and sales fully luc lower
and they continued to weaken as th day
advanced so that by the oloae. prlcea wrr
lotilOc lower than yesterday'a average mar
ket. Light stuff especially, fared very
poorly with some of the lighter, thinner
stuff, almost unsalable at anv klnil r .
cu'too, Tb market was aluaalah
throughout and finished doll and tin.aile
faetury all around Sales todav ranged
from 87.SO up to 37 60, with tl' geinial
bulk showing Israelv at 17 4ft. i '7 40. It will
be remembered that tops reached $7 f
T..74j )nterdv. while the bulk of all the
nott sold at 37 50r,(7 f.
No. A. . fr. No At. fr.
J 178 1 "4 a est 40 t 4?4j
74 l ' It ... ... t 4?'
14 ... 0 74 i,f a,tt 1 4jw
M I I ... t T4 ;& ... T 47',
17 1T 80 7 SO t1 fsn 40 7 ii
M. Ut 80 7 J 40 21 81' t 4s
T7 144 ... t 80 77 ,14 jno 7 4h
I4 7 80 M - ,s
tt m 8 J n ,4 ... 1 41
' 1 J J8 K ?rt ... 7 45
41 f IW 7 M It .l ... 7 If.
7 3.-J ... 1 8 A ... .1 4S
41 34 t as ,15 4.1 7 45
71 84 rr4 si i:o 7 44
48 221 4 7 7S an e 4.4 .
4 Hi 40 7 87 J? 1.11 10 7 44
41 241 lftl 7 40 40 2, J ... 7 4S
8 - 7 40 70 171 'Oft J 48
11 18 ... 7 40 T 717 40 J 4S
84 -..14 80 7 40 ta. n .
80. .ISO It 7 40 ' (t SM 40 4 "
71 It7 1 W 7 40 9 547 .. 7 48
tf 1 1 7 4 71 ; lrt) 7 4t.
41 U .W) 7 40 an 148 40 J 45
74. ...... .Ml 40 11 n 1.-8 J 4
41 til 40 7 44 8 11 1 7 48
l Kl SIM J 40 H ;T jao 7 4;u
71 184 i44 7 4') 84 A ... I 47 w
81 S7 m 7 H 7S til 10 7 W
71 f l 7 4.1 71 .Ill ... 7 60
78. . : IS8 B 7 4 H
HMKKF Yesterday's trade throughout
the entire session differed very little from
the opening either In point of activity or
level of prices. Demand continued brisk
for all kinds and practically evervthlng
was cleaned up at fully steady values
Receipts today were somewhat heavier
than last Thursday or a year ago. some
24,0"0 head being reported In. At 9 o'clock,
however, only about 14,) head had been
received, and buyers, for the most part.
were inclined to temporize until after ihe
urrivai 01 late shipment.
Afler the full quota of stock had been
yarded and the market was once underway,
both packers and feeder bttvers look hold
of the offerings In very fslr season. Prices
on th whole, ruled generally steady. The
inquiry ror reeder stuff, more especially
strong Height grades, was an active an
ever and medium and common kinds re
alized very ' satisfactory puces all around.
Killing stock found a broad outlet from
the opening, as hns been the case dining
the entire week. Really good kinds of fat
lambs snd sheep were in limited supply and
packers were usually willing to pay some
what better prices for trlng that pos
sessed quality and flesh. The general
market, however, presented no new fea
tures worth mentioning and the bulk of the
supplies changed hands in yesterday's
notches. The advance on fat sheep and
lambs for the week Is right around lOilOc
or posalhly even more than that on some
of the best grades with desirable feeder
stuff about 16u2..c higher than last Friday.
Quotations oil fut sheep and lambs: Uood
to choice lambs. 3f.60'u6.&0: fair to good
lambs. 8r!.80&e.W); good light yearlings. 80 00
to.Ju; good heavy yearlings 84.70li50U; good
to choice wethers. 84.204.65; fair to good
wethers, 83.9011 4. 20; good to choice ewes.
J4. 10(14. 20; fair to good ewes, 83.8utf-4.10; old
canner ewes. $1.00ru2 00.
Quotations on feeder stock: Oood to
choice lambs. 36. lSM.OO; fair to good Iambs,
80.40Ti6.15: light yearlings. 34.85a5.16: heavy
yearlings. 34.3IV&4.85; old wethers, 300'n4.25:
good to choice ewes, fl. 751(3.20; breeding
ewes, 8-176'u 5.50; yearling breeding ewes,
No. Av. Tr.
92 Wyoming lambs, feeders 40 S 75
60 Wyoming lambs, feeders..... 42 6 00
220 Wyoming ewes, feeders Wi ' 2 75
137 Wyoming ewes, culls 78 1 21
76 Wyoming ewes, breeders 7ii 5
200 Wyoming ewes, feeders 91 3 1f
202 Wyoming tw-es, feeders 84 2 00
1(52 Wyoming ewes, feeders 101 , 4 00
177 Wyoming yearlings, feeders.. 74 I Xfi
404 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 65 5 70
201 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 45 6 00
212 Wyoming lamhs. feeders 39 5 10
77 Wyoming yearlings, feeders.. 63 4 60
429 Wyoming lambs BO 6 50
609 Wyoming wethers li: 4 00
113 Wyoming wethers 112 4 50
61)9 S. D. lambs, feeders 43 5 10
243 Wyoming wethers, feeders.. 9t 4 SO
282 Wyoming yearling, feeders.. 71 6 10
270 Wyoming yearlings, feeders.. 73 6 10
634 Wyoming ewes, feeders 90 3 20
844 Wyoming ewes, feeders 44 S SO
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle glow .and Doll Hoga aad
. CHICAGO. Oct. 14.-CATTLK-Rceipta,
11,000 hesd; market slow and dull; steers,
85.60(S8.90: cows, 83 60)5.25: heifers, 33.5O.Uti.O0;
bulls. 83.OOJi4.85; calves, XiWg9.1&; stockers
and feeders, 33.75!&5.&0.
HOGS Receipts. .15.000 head; market
steady; choice heavy, 87.7077.8O; butchers,
8u.70i&7.80; light .niixed, 37.1&&7.35; clyjlce
light. 37Mi7.60; Tieavy packing, 37.457.56;
pigs, eO.OO-g'i.OO; bulk of sales. 37.404)7 60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 25 000
head;- market gteady; sheep. 34.005.50;
lambs, 36.OOQ7.35; yearlings, 85.00fl6.60.
Kansas C'isje Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 14.-CATTLK Re
ceipts, 13,000 head. Including 1.400 southerns;
market steady: choice export and dressed
neet steers, jo.bornn.zs; ralr to good, 34.40i
8.26; western Hteers, 3.40jt40; stockers and
feeders, 33.40tij6.40; southern steers, 33.5tVrti
4.80; southern cows, 32.tWJi3.KO; native cows,
l2.6Afi4.76; native heifers 33.10G.1B; bulls
32.7tsrriS.75; calves, 83.00tj00.
HOQS Receipts, 10.000 head; market
strong to 5c higher; top, 37.65; bulk of
sales, 37.80(fi'7.55; heavy, 37.504J7.62V4; pack
ers and butchers,- 37.35i?J7.S6; lights. 3ti.86ki
7.46; pigs, 36.00fl.25.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14 000
head; market strong; Utah lambs, 37 15;
lambs; 8f.7tV(T7.15; yearlings. 34.50'5,0.00;
wethers, 34.25ti4.80; ewes. 34.00ffj4.36; stock
ers and feeders, 33.00i34.75.
St. I.onls Live Stoek Market.
ST. LOITIS, Oct. 14.-CATTLERocelpts,
7.800 head, including 4.700 head Texans;
market steady to 10c lower; native ship
ping and export steers, 3T.OOaS.25: dressed
beef and butcher steers, 86.4076; steers
undo l.OnO lbs., 34.00ii6.40; stockers and
feeders, 33..W0.0O; cows and heifers, 33.01
6.40; canners, 32.OOsr2.50; bulls. 33.00iij4 20
calves. 88 50'U8.25; Texas and Indian steers
33.60i7j5.66; cows -and heifers, 32.ovSj3.90.
HOGS Receipts, 9,300 head; market
strong; pigs and lights. f-O.O047.4O; packers'
$7 2T.ti7.eO; butchers and best heavy, 87 Wit
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rcelpts, 8 000
head; market steady; native muttons, 3350
04.76T lambs, 36.Outf7.25; culls and bucks
3.,.50'u4.90; stockers, 33.2634.0.
Sloax City I. Ire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Oct. 14. -(Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Recelpta, l.iou head
market strong; beeves. 84.003 7 75; oows 83 Oj
4(450; feeders, 34.0u-(j5.26; yearlings, .ao-a
HOGS Receipts. 2,000 head; market Ri
loo lower; range of prices, 37.2oii'7.40: bulk
of sale. 37.ikKtf7.S5.
Sttk 1st Night.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday were as follows
, , . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep'
South Omaha 3.500 3.600 24 000
Sioux City Moo 2,000
St. Joseph ,,200 6000 8. TOO
Kansas City 13,0,10 10000 14000
St. Louis 7 300 39M)
-hk'SV 9 000 15,000 26 0110
37.100 44.800 69,300
Oils aad Roils,
NEW YORK, Oct. 14.-OI LS-Cottonseed
strong; prime crude, 86 40; prime yellow'
8tit.0ii6.6s; December. 36 04u.il.6i. Petroleum'
steajv. Turpentine, aieady
J.lio)'i,,'ft K-OIL-North Lima.
8Cc; South Lima and Indiana. 81c
OIL CITY. Oct. ll.-OIL-Cie.lit balances
3168; runs, U0.fr$ bbls.; average P2 0S7
bbls.; hipmeiit, lwi.140 bbls.; average.
NEW YORK. Oct. 14-COKFEE-Market
for futures closed sieady. net unchanged to
10 Dolnta lower. Kslea u.r. .....j . .
000 bags. Including October at 5.(n",c. Noveni-
"i nu-Ho i-'c. itncemDer at 6.1i5 90c anil
March at .UEy.25c. Spot was steady No
7. Rio. 8c. nominal! Nn i n..i... n
Mild, steady ; Cordova, 9(illVac. '
NEW YORK. Oct. 14COTTON-Futures
opened steady; October. l!50c; December
l'.fiOc; January. U.Qc: Mar. h. 1370.-- April'
18 68c. offered; May, 13 71c; June. 1.1 Rc of
fered; July, 138c; Beptember. U'to "of
fered, GALVESTON. Oct. 1-COTTON-Hlgher
Herbert E. Gooch Co
Brokfrs aaj Dealers
2x.aaa Offloai lie 8f. T.
u TaUpboaa. Doagla ML
488iaaat, ft-sm aa A-tlt
01s aaa Levrgst aious la it aaio
NOIICK OF STlH'KHtl7trRS' MkVT1Ni
To the Stockholder.: ot the Nebraska
Southern Hallway Company:
oti are hnrby notified that by resolu
tion of the Kuan) of tMvectors of Th
Nebraska Southern Hallway Company,
duly adopted nt n meeting of aaUt board
on the litu day of August, 1H09. a special
meeting of tho stockholder of Th Ne
braska Southern R.tiiway Compnnv ha
been called to be held at Ihe general of
fices snd principal business office of said
company at the- office of C K. ngar. at
the sotitheHSt corner of Fifteenth street
and FarnnhV Slree IfT the city of llrnHha,
Nebraskii. on the Sod day of October, l:aw,
at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon, for the fol
(1 ) To consider' tfe sale, ronvyaner
and transfer av this Oompany of the whole
nnd every part of Its. line of rallroml and
branches, constructed or to be constructed,
totether with all tho Yea I estate and other
assets and property, rest, personal or
mixed, rights, privilege, franchlf ( powera
and immunities of this oinipany', and all
Interests therein, to The Missouri I'aclflc
Railway Cnmpnny, a con.olidsted coPpors
tlon of the States of Missouri. Kunsita and
Nebraska, formed under a certain eoatrset
and Articles nf Consolidation dated the
Pth day of M:ty. 1'"oh: and to determine
whether such eule, conveyance wnd trans
fer, and the term thereof. shll bt con
sented to, r.llfie.l, emd i. apM-oved
and adopted; and
(2) If It shnll be .determined oy thf
stockholder that such sale, conveyance)
end transfer be cottsenli4l r attfld, a
sented to. approved snd adopted then to
nnthorlre and direct the proper officers of
this company from time to time to execute
and deliver nny and art deed and other
instruments of whntever nature, and to
take all further or other action, necessary
or proper to cirry such sals, conveyance
and transfer fullv Into effect; and
3.) To ratify and rrmflrm all action
taken and authorlited by the Hoard of Di
rectors of this Company, and to take any
other action In the premises, snd to trans
act wny other busint.., that may properly
come before the meeting.
For the purpose of tM " mfieTrng' tho
stork transfer book of this Company will
hp closed at the close of business on tha
12th day of October, in and remain
closed until the cpctilne! of busine on tha
2Mli day of October, 1'W.
Dated August 17, 1909.
C. R CLARK R.
rreslilent of The Nebraska Siaithern RalU
V- W. IRIiAND.
Secretary or The Nebrnskii Southern Rail
way Company. Oct.15-22-23
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEKT1NG
lo 1 lie Stockiiuiucia of Omaha Beit Rail
You aro hereby notified that by resolu
tions or the Boaid of 'Directors of tne
Omaha Bull . Runway Company, duly
nuupud at a meeting of said Hoard on the
1. in .lay of August, 119: special meeting
of tho aiockhoitieis of Omaha lit Railway
C ompany has been culled 10 be held at the
geneiai offices and principal business office
ot" said company, at the office ot C. K.
Vanar, at the southeast corner bf 10th
street and Fgrnanf street. In the city of
Omaha, Nebianka, on the 2Jd day oP Octo
ber, 109, ut nine o'clock In the forenouu,
for the following purposes:
tl) To consider the uai. conveyance and
transfer by this Company of lit v. nolo and
every part of its line of railroad and
branches, constructed or to be constructed,
together with all the real estate and other
atsets and properties real, personal .or
mixed rights, privileges, franchises, p.wers
and Immunities Of this Company and all
Interests therein, to The Missouri 1'acifio
Railway Company, a consolidated corpora
tion of the stales ot Misaouri, Kansas and
Nebraska, foimed under a certain Contract
and Articles of Consolidation dated the 29th
day of May, 1909; and to determln whether
pui'h sale, conveyance and transfer, and
the terms thereof, Bhall be consented to,
ratified, assented to, approved and adopted;
and, ' - ' ' ' '
12) If It shall bo determined by tho
stockholders that such sal, conveyance
and transfer be consented to, ratified, as
sented to, approved and adopted, then to
authorize and direct the proper officers ot
this Company from time lo time to exeouto
and deliver any and all deeds and other
instrument of whatever nature, and to
take all further or othef action, necessary
or proper to carry such sale, conveyance
uriA I rit iittfr fullir Into ttcn mil .
(3) To ratify and con fir pi all action
taken and authorised by the Board of Di
rectors of thia Company, and' tor take ny
othefactlon In the premisesand to trans
act any other -business that may properly
come before the meeting
For the purpose of tills meeting the slock
transfer books of this Company will be
closed at the close of business on the 12th
day of October, 1909, and remain closed
until the opening of business on th 20th,
day of October,. 1009. , .
Dated August 17. 1909.
President of Omaha
Secretary of Omaha
Belt Railway Cdra
F. W. IRLAND, .
Belt Railway Cora.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
To the Stockholders of the Omaha South
ern Railway Company:
You are hereby notified that by rejHilu
tlons of the Board -of Directors of Omaha
Southern Railway company, duly adopted
at a meeting of said board 011 the 17th
oay or August, a special mooting or
the stockholders of Omahn Southern. Rail
way company ha been called to be held
at the general office and principal busi
ness office of said company, at the offlcn
of C. E. Wagar, at the southeast corner
of Fifteenth street and Farnam ' Street',
In the city of Omaha, Nebraska, on tho
23d day of October, 1909, at 9 o'clock In tha
forenoon for the following purposes:
(1.) To consider the sale, conveyance)
and transfer by this Company of the avhola
and every part of Its linn of railroad and
branches, constructed or to be construoted.
together with all . the real ..sLAle and other
asaets and property, real, personal or
mixed, rights, privileges, franchises, powers
and Immunities of this company, ajid all
Interests therein, to The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company, a consolidated corpora
tion of the Slates of Missouri. Kansaa-and
Nebraska, formed under a certain contract
and , Article ot Conalidi8U?;viaJt-T the,
29th day ' of May, 1909; and to determlno
whether such sale, conveyance and trans
fer, and the terms thereof, shall be con
sented to, ratified, assented to, approved
and adopted; and (
(2.) If It shall be Uetermtned bf" tha
stockholder that such . ale, c-orrveyanr
and transfer be consented to, .ratified, as
sented tb, approved and adopted, then to
authorise and direct tlie proper jjf.fjcer '
this company from time to time ti vneeuta
and deliver any and all deeds and other
Instruments of whatever nature, t and to
take all further or other action, essary
or proper to carry auch sa)e, conveyance)
and transfer fully Into affect; and,
13.) To ratify and confirm all action
taken and authorised by the Board of Di
rectors of this Company, and to .take any
other action In the pre 111 1 sea. and to trans
act any other business that may properly
coine before the meeting. " .
For the purpose of this meeting tha
stork transfer book of this Compaity' will
be cV"sed at the close of business on the
12th day of October. :i09. and remain
closed until the openlnr of business on the
20th day of October. 1!M9.
Dated August 17. 1109.
S. B. SCHUYLER,
PrekMent of Omaha Southern Kullway
F. W. IRLAND,
Secretary of Omaha Southern Its I way
Company. ' Octl5-22-83.
1 . 1,
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT
ING. Bids will be receiveeljriy'; the State Print
ing Hoard at trie ofUu of the Secretary
of State at Lincoln, Nebraska, cm or be
fore Monday, October 20. ltt, for printing
1 H) copies, volume 85 to 94. lncliu.lv. Su
preme Court Reports; and 2,000 cepl j Ijixyn
of Nebraska, relating to railroads and
other common carriers.
Specifications for same can be fvurid on
file in the office ot the Secretary 0 ?tte.
All bids must be-accompanied bf'A bond
equal In amount to the probable, cost of
the work bid upon. The lb .art) 'reserves
Ihe right to reject any and all bids.
Lincoln Ne.uaska, Oct. 11, V(H. ,
STATE PRINTINU HOARD,
Hv H. G. Tho;ua.
OctlJ DCt Secretary of the Hoard.
. 1 : , !
NOTICI'i-Tho purpuee of this notice, Is to
Inform everyone that John A. Gentlemen,
th undertaker. Is not t'oiinrcuid with th
business of Gentleman It Company. Th
business Is managed hv his sister Ml..
Emma Ueiiilemun, Telephone vve. a.er fi. in
case- the above meniinned John A. OVntle-
iii iii represents nunaur nn nltt eapscwv of a
collector or In any i way conneoied with th
firm, he falsifies ud .should be tetveted.
John A. Gentleman alao baa no right to
conduct any- undertaking business In Ms
name In t imalia.. Hlnce.be. stu rndeid that
right by virtue of contract.
Bids will be rrci-lved for lniiiiBHu.i.
moval of 75.0U) yarda of earth. Uanbir.
Usoig at Company, Utta and rarnaia Sta.