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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1909)
CKAH AND PRODUCE MARKET
sylvanla nd other nearby firsts. fre
case. Zir at mark; Pennsylvania current
receipt, (n returnable esse. ITc fct mark;
western first, free rases, ITc at mark;
THE I. EE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1G. 1900.
general fund. UWffl: current liabilities
;' W7.0M , working balsm s in treasury
office. 124 jr.S.i'; In banks to credit of
tn asurr of United Ptsta. tU.sr7.144; sub
sidiary silver coin, lli.727.S7! : minor coin,
I! ?-s ;siR. Tot i1 balance In general fund,
western current receipts, free cases, Zl'$
Domestic JClling; Dfmtnd Help. Send' c t mirk.
Firm , and In rood demand:
New York full creams, choice. K.c; New
York full cream, fair to good, IDfu-Vc.
aSEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Viforoui BecoTery Noticed in Wall
Street, in Which Steel Lead
FOREIGN EXCHANGE IS STEADY
V CASH WHEAT UP ON TBADDSG
i Option Higher In tfmpilkr
llh Whdl, Canard by In (of
erln of Short Market
OMAHA. Oct. 15.
Wheat at the atari toaay looked tomt,
hr-cause o some profll-tak.ng on the buige
y-iSteiuay. Cable eie turner and re
flected the domestic advance and mis. to
gether with our domestic milling demand,
mad a brisk cash demand and sent value
anil higner today.
Com auvai.cefl In face of rather alow
demand, taking strength from tha firmness
In wheat. 'Hie maikft was slow and no
opposition was nut against the ruliy.
NN heat u very strong on the ex
tremely active cash demand, fchorts were
f tilt covering and evety purchase ad
vanced tna prltes. Cash wheat brought
even better value tnan yesterday and
ottering were readily absorbed.
1 he coin option were higher In sym
pathy mm wheal, caused by snorts cover
ing. The cash maiket, whlie sieaay,
iiuwed very little gain and offering were
rather slowly taken.
i !.... ..i.,.. receipt were 1.315.0O0
bushel and snlpment J,077.oW busnels,
against receipt last year of 1,464 000 bush
and shipment of 4 TV 000 bushel.
Primary corn receipt were Ifcw.ooo bushels
and nlpmenta S4J.IM) bushels, against re
ceipt laat year of 294 000 bushel and ship
ment of liXIOuO bushels.
Clearance were 4, OX) bushel of corn,
14. oo bushels of oats, and wheat and flour
equal to iU),00U bushel.
Liverpool cloaed VulHd higher on wheat
and Sd higher on corn.
Local range of option:
JKH VIIHK oK.MOHAL MtHKET
Articles ! Open. High.; Low. Close.IT.
Wheat. I I I I I
Deo... 1 OmJ 101 10OH 101 I 100'i
My... lUOVl 101V. 100 IOIHiI 100
Corn I I I
Dec... fo'4, 6 E.-H' W I H
May. ..I . . 67 fcl t 0141 67
Oatr J I I I
lec...( 3714 8-SVif 37
May,.. 40 I 4oy! 40 40Vi 40
Outaha Cash Prices,
WHEAT No. 1 hard. $1 ttfil.WV, No. 3
of tna Day on
( omnedllif i,
NKW VOKft, Oc. lo.t L.UL"U Receipts,
N,..ai bbis.; exploits, 12.au, uoi. jmnitt
iiiiutr. Hun a in. r traue. live Hour, tiriu.
uuLKithtat Lour, quiet.
iuii..ui.Au-u.i!i, fine white and yel
low, .i.ki.w; coaiae, $1,404 l.ab; kun dried,
44 VJ ,4.1.00.
tit l. firm; No. 2 western, 80-c, nominal,
f. o. b. iSew lurk.
toAKici Sttau) ; feeding, 6trti62c, nom
inal, c. i. f. New York.
u HcA l -Urctiinn. 1 12. tJ0 bu. ; exports,
Xi.out on. fpoi market suung, No. I leu,
.1.2C-H. akeu; No. 2 red. nominal, f. o. U.
alio,; tsa. 1 northern, innu.n. l.l'iv nom
iiiai. f. o. b. alloai; No. 2 hard winter, 1 24,
nominal, f. o. b. atioat. fscw hign leveis
tor the present bu.l movement in wneat
were established . today a a result of re
newed bu.l suppori, active covering, c
ftrong (.ash Biiuation. high cab.es and big
weekly Citarai.cts, Near the closing reac
tions occurita. owing to prospects for big
worlds shipment, final pncts being Veto
net higher. ltcemter, $1 U-i jl 1. cos.u
at II 1.1 May, tl.U ll-lfral l -l6. closed at
CUKN-Hecoipts. 3.J75 bu.: export. 3,7i6
bu. tipot mai ket firm; No. 2. 70, elevator,
and 7tM4C delivered, nominal; No. 2, J0i,c,
r. o. b. afioat, and No. 2 yellow, 714C, nom
inal. The option market was without trans
actions, closing He net higher. December
ciostd at 'ie.
oai B Keclpts. (B 675 bu.; exports, vtt
bu. Kpot market firmer; mixed. 'X to ii
ibs., nominal: natural white, 26 to 82 lbs.,
tnMOc; clipped white, 34 to 42 lbs., 45u4!ic.
HAY Firm; No. 2, H5'tff0c; good to choice,
HIDES Firm; Central America, 21Hc
I. FATHER Quiet.
firm. Lard, steailv;
12 70; refined steady.
TA LLO W Firm.
rrojert Pointed Ont for harln Con.
trol of Western Paelfle and Even
of Uenver A Rio Grand
steady. Cut meats,
WEATHER l THE GRAIN BELT
Pair Saturday After a Nlftht oi
OMAHA, Oct. 15, 1909.
The disturbance that has lingered over
the lake region for several days past is
moving slowly off over the Bt. Lawrence
hard. Jl.OWn.Wi: No. 4 hard. ;l.o ; vttiley HIld B,.neraily fair weather now pre-
CI. 03: No. 4 sprmK. KiTiQlc.
CORN No. . Mltjttc; No. S. M'4'
'.c; No. 4, 66c; No. 2 yellow. Wc; No. i
ytllow, Mo; No. i white, 67Vuic; No.
mixea, Si'gaic; imo. a yei-
white. SS'tiiiiSic: No.
SKfj70c; No. I, tttitiSc.
Car Lot Receipt.
Wheat. Corn. Ojf.
OAT, a. I mlxe
low- A fc; No. 1
4 f.Vt'as'ic: s
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISION S
Wheat Adranee Aarnla and Cora and
Oat Also. Snow I pnard Ilrllt.
CHICAGO, Oct. 16. Wheat advanced
Kaln today, sb. wing a gain of c in the
I ... I . . ,. . . . . . . . .......... -I I ' a ., .1
oa. al o showed an upward drift and pro- "'p lla. u"
vi i. .lis . ranged irorn bo lower to luo nigner
ti sn final quotation of yesterday.
Plimnesa w,a injected Into the wheat
n.arkei at th ; outs.t by the strong cables
fr in Llverpudl. which In turn werei due
to Aiirlcan strength yeste May, togethcrr
villi llgh er Manitoba offerings and a re
cuiri'i ve of Uie fear of locust devastation
in Are n i: a. ri avy realising tales on tne i
rniiy iiavonce caus a a temporary reaction
oi Sc. , which was absorbed with llt-.le
In l:a km by bullfsh speculative buying.
I nr., cash sale at the present big pie
m. urn and continued milling demand in the
i.or.liu si. In w hich astern millers joined,
liclpeu a org the Using qu nation. .North
v sti in iLva.un were reeurted about soid
t on wan responsive to .the bulge In
wh.a -and wHh little find watlnn -main-
tnlmd.'ait-upward slant, futures closing 0
vails tliroUKliont the lake region except
that llgnt snow is falling In the vicinity of
Duluth, Minn, the weather continue un
settled aiung the ui'ptr Atlantic coast, and
rains are (ailing this morning from Pniia
delphia to Bosioii. The northwest area of
hliih pressure has extended southeast, over
the muuiua.ns to the west gulf states, with
l crest sun overlying the extreme north
west. Temperatures are mucn lower In tne
northwest ana along the entire eastern
Kuchy Mountain slope, and are sugiiiiy
.uner In the Onlo vaiiey. They are higner
in the uuoer AIIhsimsiouI and Liimn.iuiii
tS i the Missouri vaiiey. The weather continues
I generally clear west of too Mississippi
river, ana it win continue luir in tin
vicinity tonight and Saturday, with slightly
it. com oi temperature and precipitation
computed with the corresponding day of
the last thrva years:
l'jm. 1908. 1W7. 1906.
Minimum temperature ..is 60 47 bo
00 .00 .00 T
Normal temperature for today, 06 degrees.
Deficiency in piecifltatlon since Maica 1,
1. W Inches.
luetic. eiicy corresponding period in 1903,
2. M Inches.
uein-ieiicy corresponding period in 1907,
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
liiKh r ti an y s e day. December and May
advanced o equally
n . &
and December closed
Tho action of .com and,. wheat was fol-
Icwtd in the tat pit on comparatively
small r frading. buying being largely spec
tiltti from cash Interests. December and
May bo h clo ed He above yesterday.
'I hu. provision market .showed some flue
It a l. n. behig strung at the outset and
leacinit' Inter on realising salHB. Closing
p Ic h rang d from unchanged to 2c lower
oh :o:k. unchanged to 7 Wo higher on lard
to 20c lower anil 10O higher on ribs.
The lending futurrs ranged a follows:
Articles.! Q;.en. Hlgh. Low. Close. Ye"y.
l (ViHii orfft, i ou'vt
1 U7. 1 05", 'i
99 i wr-i
eoi 6061 a.eotr-.
U 62HI 18 40
Cneh quotation war a follow:
KTK No. i. 7o874Vic
BARLEY Feed or nixing, 60ff51c: fair
tu ehrilce malting, SiilHac
SEEDS Flax. No. 1 outhwetm, II. M:
No. 1 northwectern. 11. 13. Timothy, l2.iW4r
.;S Clover, t.Tt 10.0U.
F'ROVISIONS-Mes pork, per bht., $24 M.
Ijird, per lot -lb., 12 14J l.5. Short rlhx
sdes (loose). tlO.Wuij 11.17. Short clear
side (boxed), tl2 vvgli 25.
BL'T't tH-dteady; creameries, 29c; dair
KGtJS Hteady, receipt. 1.141 pkg.; at
mark, rase included, lsc; first 23c; prime
ph EfSF Firm: dslsle. lffl4e; twins.
15plc; young America. ltltc; long
hor' s livi lf"c.
rOTATOES Steady: cholc to fancy, tfl
tsc; fair to good. 4fi4So.
IOL'LTlT Soy; turkey, 16516c;
chicken. iJtic: prlng. c.
VKAL Steady: 50 to 60 lb.. '"": 60 to
t', ib, u 'vv f-h to lie iris., lounc.
Total clrinc of wheat and Tour were
ruual to 350 000 bu. Kxport for the week
os how-K' bv Pradstreet-. were equal to
401 bu." Primary rece'pt were lSIVOuO
bi., compared with 1.464.000 bu the corrt-
spending dav a year so.
Kulmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
Sti cars; corn, IK cr; oat, 14C car; hogs,
f.lOO liead. .
Mtnnranoli Grain Market.
VINNFATOLIS. Oct. 15 WH KAT De
cember I104H: May. II vT. Cah: No. 1
hard, fl 07: No. 1 northern. $1.0bH: No. I
nor'hern tl.04S61-04S; No. S northern,
tl ifVul 03H
t Lul U -r'lret patents, IT) Htf5 .40; second
patents, r 10h. JO, first clear. H i!ilX;
:lears. 3.53 40.
I.lrrrnol Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 15 WHEAT-Spot
quiet; No. I red. western winter, nominally
7 lOd. Future steady; December, T lid;
March. 7s M4d; May, 7 9d.
CORN Spot. quiet: new, American,
mixed, via Galveston, 6 id Future quiet;
October. 6 id; December. 6s d.
St. Loal General Market,
ST. LOUia, Oct. Li. vVH&AT Higher;
trick No. X rtd casu, $1.211.9; No. t
hard, 4l.llul.lv-,; Decemuor, tl.OtrS ul.OtJx;
May, 11 09,i,l.oj.
COR.n H ner, track No. t cash, fcc; De
cember, 'i.4tB'ic; May, Ho; No. i white,
UA'I Higher; track, ' No. 2 cSsh, 39,ic;
December, 4uc; Muy, 4i'c; No. t white, 40.
11YK Steady, Tic. I
l"Ot;LTUV Steady; chickens 11c; springs,
lie; turkeys, lyljc; ducks, loc; geese, i u.
r lAJLut u Kiier; red winter pattms. to. .o
extra fancy and straight, So.lu4ia.60;
hard wlmer cltars. HOu'ut.aO.
ee;fc.D Timothy, JC.iuJ.tiO.
BRAN Higher; sacked, east track, 11.03
HAY 1 nchanKed: timothy, IU.ooui6.oo;
prairie, !0 00ull00.
iiti.x iuiiu.x ilea 5VC
HEMP T INE 7c. '
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Jobbing.
$23. ii. Lard, higher; prime steam.
12 10. Dry salt meats, unchanged; boxed
extra shorts. 112.1:"; clear ribs. S12.12W;
short clears, S12.3I Va- Bacon, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts. $I3.12V; clear ribs,
1.1 s'-ort clean. 813 o"7ij.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 3430c.
EQGS Steady, lUc.
ltiteipi ai.u Hhipments of flour and grain
were as follows:
10 M0 21 W
11.000 20 SW
NEW YORK, Oct. 13-Prlces of stocks
today continued the vigorous recovery
which set in biurday. L'niun paritic Steel
was the dominant leader of the specu.anon,
and Its rapid advance set the tone toi
the whole market, of starceiy less in
liuence nil sentiment was tne new a ...
nence assuuieu by bt. Paul, Amalgamated
Copper, ana Lnion Pacitic, which ate sup
posed to be tne favorites in speculative
mediums of the Standard OH party.
1 he movement in these stocks nad the
effect of quieting an appreheii.-lun, pro
fessed by an element of tne speculation,
that the Morgan movement in tne niai..e
did not have tne support and approval of
the Standard Oil party. Such conslueia
lions were given weiht by the professional
element, union was an Impurtant tactor
In the day's market, by reason of the enor
mous individual transactions lor seveial
active tiauers. The concurrent revival of
strength In Reading made an important ad
dition to the favoring inf.uenees.
'I tie tune of the nu.niy maiket was some
what easier in tne call loan division. 1 he
ruling rale for call loans was lower than
yesterday and the suppiy of funds was
ri ported to be larger. The Foreign exchange-
market held steady during most of
the day, and did not reflect ofterings of
'1 he week's loss of cash by the bank
Is estimated at between I6.0u0.000 and .,
00ou0, the express movement with the in
terior having been against New York on
baljnce. in addition to the absorption of
13.043,000 by the week's subtreafury opera
tion. The movement of the Interior ex
changes indicated, however, that a lull ha
ooi'urred In the demand for currency.
The extraordinary movement In United
States Steel caused a circulation of new
rumors of special development, aside from
the favorable trade situation, to account
for Its rise. Reports of a coniemp, atei
dinner, at which the heads of the Inde
pendent steel companies are to be present
In company with the heads of the United
States Steel corporation, make the im
mediate occasion for this rumor, which
alleged an intended close working agree
ment to Include all the producer.
There wa reported also, a better feel
lnr in the copper trade, but the effect was
more pronounced on the secuiltles of cop
per companeie than on the market for the
metal1 Itself. The Missouri, Kansas and
Texas absorption helped the stock of the
companies affected, and Induced some cre
dence for reports of other railroad deols.
Due of these pointed to a project for
sharing control of the new Western Pa
ciflc. or even of the Denver A Rio Grande,
which owns and controls that road, be
twee'the Gould Interests and the ChifTgo.
Burl'npton & Qulncy. The above specimens
will indicate how large a part unverified
rumors played in the day's market.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales par
valu- M.164.000. United States bonds , t
urrl; ' ged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on slocks were as follows:
sulfa, min. uw. t.i".
REPORT OK THE CLKARINO IIOrSR
Transactions of the Associated Rank
for the 'Week.
NKW YORK. Oct 15. Bradstre-t's bank
clearing report for the week ending Oc
tober 14. show an as-gregate of 83. 407.433.
0n. as against 83.864. l.a.OiO last week and
t2.H25.4-S6.niO In the corresponding week last
year. Following is a list of the cities:
Inc. j Deo.
i. oo r-4
1, 04 1424 111
400 10 '4 l'K)
Flour. . bbls.
Mtlwankra Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oet. IS FLOUR Firm.
WHEAT No. 1 northern. IllOSfUll1;:
No t northern. Hostjiw; December.
BARLEY Samples, 5lH437c.
PEORTA. III.. Oet. 15 -CORN-Hlsher;
No. I rO'.e: No. I yellow. soe: No. 4 o.c.
OA Tf Mrong; standsrd. 40e: No. I
Ahit, 3VM4c: No. 4 white. j4l,tlJc.
p.tH',; My. H.07V
Philadelphia Proaaeo Market.
PIOLADFLPHIA. Oct. 14.-BUTTKR-frteady
and In fair demand: extra westexa
cr-smory. S2'ic; extra nearby, t4e.
EGGS Firm and la good demand; Perm-
Balata Grain Market.
nULPTH Ocl ! 15.-WHEAT-December,
1 ai: Uir. 81.07W '
NEW YORK, Oct. 15.-COTTON After
making new high record for the season
during today'a early trading, the cotton
market became tn wwbit nervous and sold
off under heavy realizing and operation for
a reaction, with the ciose easy at a net ae
cllne of 1S6 points. The opening was steady
at a dec.lne of 6 points to an advance of 1
point, naar months being relatively weak as
a result of d.sappointlng cables and private
reports from Liverpool of Increased hedge
selling and freer southern offerings. Late
positions, however, were Influenced by re
ports of severe storms In parts of Tennes
see, Alabama. Oeorgia and the Carolinas,
and shortly after the aggressive bull sup
port, it was rumored that Mr. Patten and
his friends were buying on frost and storm
new and that the Chicago bull leader was
due to arrive in New oik to look after
hi cotton marker in this city within the
next few day. Southern bull leader were
also aggressive buyers, but after the ad
vance to 13.73c for December and 13 92c for
May a net gain of about 13'tjlo points the
market turned easier under heavy realis
ing, and subsequent fluctuations were nerv
ous and irregular. A good deal of the sell
ing here for an early advance was for strad
die account, being against purchases In Liv
erpool, for the failure of the English mar
ket to follow recent gains here he led to
a sharp narrowing of the differences. The
decline late in the day was encouraged by
talk of a bearish visible supply statement
and the big into-slght figures for the week,
but not withstanding the private cable
from Liverpool, southern spot markets
made a generally steady showing, with
early reports indicating advances of from
1-lSc to le. Frost is predicted for the
ee'rn b" tnMrht.
NEW YORK. Oct. lb COTTOV Fu
tures opened steady; October 13.60c: De
cember. 13.6: January, 13 63c: March,
13 71o; May, 13T7c; June. 13.73olJ.74c; July,
Future closed easy; October. 13.55c: No.
vember 11 5?c: December. 13.61c; January.
U'4o; Februarv, 13.67c; March, 13T4c; April.
1174c; May. UTSo: June. 13.72c; July, 13.68c;
August, 1134c; September. 12 t.c.
Spot closed quiet. 6 points lower; mid
dling uplands. 119oc; middling gulf, 11. lie.
Sales, 2.600 bale.
NtlV elhLLAN'8, Oct. 15. COTTON
Spot market steady and unchanged; mid
dling. 13-tnc. Sales en the spot, 460 bales; to
arrive, 4t bales. Futures opened steady
unchanged to 3 points down on moderate
selling by Bcalping shorts induced by dis
appointing cables. Immediately after tha
opening a buying movement, based on re
ports of damage In Tennessee and Oeorgia
by last night's storm, started, and shorts
hastily covered. Little cotton was for sale
around the ring and price were quickly
sent up to a level lUjli point over yester
day's closing. The market was steady until
around the middle of the day. when the
posting of the record-breaking Into-sight
for the week caused considerable selling
out- among longs. In the afternoon ses
sion the selling wa increased by the dis
appointing showing made by mill-taking
for tha week and price were sent down to
the lowest of the day. 4-Cil points be'ow yes
terday's issl quotations. The closing was
steadv at thia level. Futures closed steady.
follows: October. HMc; November. 1187c;
Iecmhr. 13 47c; January. 18.69c; March,
lt7.-; Msv 1i r?c: Julv. It 4e
ST LOU'S Oct. li.-COTTON-Hlrher;
mhiiirng. 1'tVe. Sales. bales: receipts.
' vt b0es; shipments, 8.8S7 bales, stock, II.-
OALVESTOX, Oct 15- COTTON-Steady.
Bee Want-ads are business boosters.
l II II
. t,0 41 47 S4 47
. 2i,iXi0 I234 1 i JO
, t(U 104 H 104 I'M"
o 13 i:n u
. 1,400 1:7 1 111 1
. 1.00S 44 , 14. t4
. l.0 7i 7H lit
. 1.2it 187 KrV IhTJ
. 1.1 41 474 4.i
100 lll 110 1'SSt
HSU 14 J H
46 '4 4J
35 S lot
l.0 l4li li'3'4 lfit
4 I'O 161 li.l-, 1F.14
l) 2".' 14
Amilclmaleil Copper 41 t0 MS 81
Araerlran Agricultural .... 100 41 46
Am. Beet Siir l.") 4 47
Am. Can pfd 1"0 S 12
Am. C. r 10.4 7S ?)
Am. Cotton Oil l.dri 74 14t
Am. H. L pfU 700 48 41
Am. les Bcurltlaa 1.000 21 U
Amvrican Locomotive ...
Am. s. a R
Am. B a R. ptd
Am. tuiar Rrinln
Am. T. A T
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anaconila Mlnlof Co....
Atlantic Coart Una
Haltlmors A Ohio
Ral. A Ohle pfe
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Leather pfd
(antral of Naw Jersey
(hnuaiaaka a Ohio 1.100 ) t
Chlcaio A Alton l.SOn .
Clilcago Oraat Wcatars.... 14 14
Ctilcago N. W 700 is4 181
C.. M. St St. P
C. C C. A gt. L 1.300 71 71
Colorado r. St I I.J"0 45 46
Colo. A Co. 1-t pfd 1JO 79 7t
eoio. a so. zo pia
Dataware A Hudson......
Denvar A Rio Grande....
D. ft R. G. pfd
manners' Securities ....
Kris 1st pfd
Eils 2d pfd
Great Northam pfd
Oraat Northern Or ctfs. .
Int. Met. pfd
International Harreeter .
Int. Mar ne pfd 1 ) :S'4
International Paper 1,1 o 17
Imernailonal Pump 4(4 49
lews Central 10) fa
Kansas Cltr Bo 1 4
K. U. SO. pfd 3a) 71
LOUISTIIIe ft N
Minn, ft gt. L
M , St. P. ft 8. g. M...
M.. K. ft T
M., K. ft T. pfd
N. R. R. of M. let pfd
New Tors Central
N. Y.. O. ft W
Norfolk ft w 4,')il 97
North American . . w 401 74
Northern Paoltlo ,..
Pennarlvania II n 144
People's Gaa 1.4H n;v
P., C. C. ft t. L r-K) M
Preaaed Steel Car i.JOO 4S
Pullman Palace Car
Rallwar 8teel Spring.
RapuSiic steel a,.v
Harobllc Steel pfd 1
Roik teland Co 7I.7M
RiKk laland C. pfd II, !
SI. L ft 8 r. 24 pfd 1,4'H
St. L. S. W. pfd loo
Blosa-Sheffleld 8. ft 1 1 1X1O
Bou hem Paclflo .5 ma, jjjv,
.umii.in naiii. ........
Ho. Railway pfd
Teiaa ft Pacific
T., 8t. U ft W
St. Louie A a w
T., 8t. L ft W. pfd.
I'nion Pacific pfd..
0. 8. Realty ,
I'. 8. RuM.er
V 8. Steel
C. 8. Steel pfd
I tab Copper 4-
Ya -Carolina Chemical t.liM) u ,
Wataarh pfd I.7 4
'Weatena Maryland y0 tl
W'raillihouae Elettlie 4J
V cetera I oluo ix 71
Whaallng ft L. B
bacon d aaaearment Daid
Total saiee iur the day, l.UK aharea.
I uualia .
Washington, I). C...
Salt Itika City
Little Rock ,
Charleston, S. C
Cedar Rapids, la...
Columbia, S. C
Fargo, N. D
Slou Falls, 8. D...
Bloomlngton, III ....
South Bend, Ind
Jacksonville. Ill ...
2.r3 2o6.0tOj sfi.Sj
173 li,iaO; ib.b
.1 l7l.iJ01 Sl.Sj
4'..W.IM) 14. 5
5;.4-(M 32. J
Slt.&Uo.tM)! I 8.0
82.7.3. Out) 4.
20.124, 0"0 81.6,
I ie,o4.ouO 83. s
9. l.Sl.OH); 14.3,
13.640. t"Jl 122.0...
6,415. (W, 31.41. .
3.151.000! 4.8I .
2.t41,0n0; 14. 6
2.711. 000 32.8,
1. WW. 0001
2.1dl.0u0 21. P..
1.289. 0M 1.6
1.233 000 19.2
1,153 010 22.9
723 000 11.9
787 000 16.8
fiOoO I 9.3
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Steady Price Offered for Beef Cattle
MODERATE REACTION IN HOGS
Price's Generally (knee Fire Tea
Cents A a Tan re keep Adraace
tjsarter ea Peslrabla
POLT1I OMAHA. Neb.. Oct. 15, 1909.
Receipts were: CarMe. Totrs Sheep.
Official Monday .33 1 65 6.r7
Offical Tuesrtav S2 2lt 30.7t
Official Werineadav II K9 4 R2 SO R'."
Official Thursday 4 346 3.977 24.51S
r.stimat Friday Lsuo 1. lew 4.itw
Five day this week. .34.7S 15.277 117 Ml
Same day last week....40.8 22. 70"
Same days week ago.. 36. 167 22 0 130 21
Same day 3 weeks ago.. 32 J.'3 19.78 102 207
Sams days 4 weeks ago.. 84 rS 17. ISO 95 311
fiame days last year.... 82.943 30,121 81. W3
The following labia snows me reelots
of csttlo. hogs and sheea at South Omaha
for ths year to date, compaisd with last
year: l. Kajg Inc Dec
Cattle m.V 7K.191 42,104
Hogs l.SMOW 1 91(7.742 143.6T.1
Sheep 1.672.846 1.602,640 70.3"6
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days wltn comparisons:
Date. .0H. 19U8.I1!S77.7V06. 11905. 104. '1901.
'80 46 6 .iti t 06
7 till I ( 311 6 03 6 OKI 5 0
7 64 I 16 6 92; f ( 06 6 6S 6 40
7 67 i, 616I9SI32 6646 19
7 61V; 20 07 6 30 6 0 6 19
6U6 116 2T. 60& 663 6 22
7 C7V4 6 15 6 2 4 99 6 46
7 70 I K 99 6 HI 4 21' 5 07 6 311 6 81
7 6l 6 70 I 26 6 061 6 17 6 37
I 7 mi ,6 5. 0"t i 6 10, 6 11, 6 4i
I 7 4' S 68 6 01! tS3 6 121 6 48
6 76. i 67
Recelphs and disposition of live stock at
the I'nion Stock ards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m.,
Cattle. Hogs. Sh'p. ll'r's.
C M. ft St P 1
Wabaah l .. 1
I'nion Paclflo i 15 24
C. & N W., east 12 1..
C. A N. W., west 36 8 1
C. St. P., M. A O.... t 1
C, B. Q., east 1
C, B. A Q , west.... 37 .. 13
C, U. I. ii P., east.. .. 3
C, R. I. & P., west 1
Clilcago O. W 2 .. .. ..
Total receipts 90 37 27 1
M.- Hi 1H iw ("Jackson, Miss
" oo in"
4, 1)1 47 H
' i W
n;s 1141a luk
l.Hi tat. niht, its
1,7') 1.W4, iJ.-.i UJ
s 4s 41s 471
oo rr, is.'a is
1.0 0 It 17U 11
tin 4 471, 47 St
106 t(M 14iH IK44 14
10i l'Mtj iwk,
41 314 4vi(
I.jaj 1(4 1. ,0T,it
7,M 41 47
4. M0 U4 1
1.4'S .4 S.
Boston Ktofks and Hoada,
BOSTON. Oct. 15 -Money, call loans 5
tit-4 per cent; time loans. 4V&5 per cent
Clo. Ing quotations on stocks and bonds
Atrhl.oa adj. 4s 4 Arliosa Com. ...
.100 fM.ua Coallilon .
.lUVt'al. A Arliona..
.10lCal. A Hacla....
1 Coppar Rang ...
.Dii faiy West
ua Franklin .
J Oraana Canaaea
. 43 Koralt
.101 Maaa Mluina ...
. 1 Miihlsaa
.1:4 Vn c. A C...
,. J4 OI Oominloa
.ua Oaceoia .. .
. Parrot "'
. tt Tamarack ....
. liTrlnii)r "
,lt l'nlta4 Oopsar".'
. V. . Oil
. Hkl tak
. Victoria "
. 4 Walar1n
. M Sorts Butt ...
412,000 ! 28.3
27 277.000 .
8 723 OtM), . . . .
'Not included In total because contain
ing other Items than clearings.
Not Included in totals because com
parisons are incomplete.
York Money Market.
NEW YOTtK. Oct. 15-MO.NET-On call,
firm at 4tj4 per cent; ruling rate 414
per cent; cosing bid. 4 pPr cent; offered
at t per cent. Tlm loans, asir; sisty
dar. 4J per c-nt; ninety days, 4fi6 per
c.n : six months. 4 per cent
FRJME MKJltCANTILK PAPER 4li5
pT cent. "
STEULINO EXCHANGE Steady, with
?l,y,,'.1- iu,,ine'" ln bankers' bills at 34.8280
4. 828. for slxty-day bills and at $4.fWfi for
demand; comme.t lul bills. 34.82i&-4 82&i
l!v-,E?-riar- Meslcan dollars 43c.
rtgular'5- 'Vrnm' nt' 8tdjr; rAl'road. Ir-
'lii.' lollowlng are the closing quotations
" - fcvcn iai.u uonns;
V. S. ref. 2a, re..
V. i. la. rag
I'. 8. 4. raj
""H III. ran. 1st raf. 4a..
"Saint. Met. 41a
W 4 Int. li. it. 4a
"1 'a Japan 4a
"4 do 4Ss
llTUv n a i. a.
j..i.ai nauners 1 r 4 u g. iab. 4a 1S31...
Am. Ag-rl-ultural H-.1'? LAN unl 4a.. ..
a"" J'k T' ."' . K. A T. lat 4a.
Am. Tobacco 4a a, ao
.do lMo. Pacific 4a
r HN R R. ot M. 41.. MS
Atchlaoa (an. 4a : av y r a lu, u
u S 1M do dab. 4a K4a
li'lN. Y., N. H. A H.
I " cv. 4a 142
N. A W. ev. 4s 18
. ?No. Paclflo 4a. 11
do 3a 71
. ,0 s. 1,. rfd. 4a ..
Ml- Pann. ct. Is 116.
i' do n. 4a
do cv. 6a
At. C. L. lat 4s
Hal a Ohio 4a.
lo R W. ia.
Brk. Tr. rr. 4a.
( til. of (la am
' en. La! her ia
fk . . , - - - a
iT' . r 4---1 - f. ft- 4 14
i"3 so gan. lis la,
rtiicngo A. s...im8,. u g. w. . 4s.. T1
h . .Q- J' ,;' "Ao 1,1 ioll 4a ... M
r a'a, f'-i' Mg..boar4 A, L 4a..
a,- ,"vPU '"So. J'aclflc col. 4a.... II
p 4a, do c. 4a 103
" " tin Ho lt raf. 4a 4
f, V ,1:go- hallway a 10i.
rolo Jlid. 4 M t-nlon flrlllc ,
n i h r;.' "" du "'
n u 4'. Ao ref. 4a.... 14
11. at K. O. 4a liu r a
17 V. 8. Steal 24 ia 103
M ,Va -t'aro. Cnam. 6a.. D. w
do raf. Sa
P'atllleni- (, .
Kn. p. i. 4s..::::
do n. 4a
5 e. 4a. aar. 'a!
do srle H
Cin E,er cv aa
bid. uf farad. "
Omalj Packing Co lio 4."ti 1 646
Swift and Company 609 ft 13 VslJ
Cudahy Packing Co 975 678 3.8 3
Armour ft Co 240 623 1,271
Schwart-Bolen Co 86 ....
Cuiypy Co., from Denver 848
O. Pack. Co, f m Denver.. 42
W. B. Vnnsant Co 11
Benton, Vansant ft Lush 266
Stephens Bros 83
Hill ft Son 127
F. B. Lewis 77
Huston ft Co M
J. B. Root ft Co 25
J. H. Bulla 159
McCrearv a Carey 70
H. F". Hamilton 22
M. H-gertv 2
Sullivan Boa 35
Tee Rothschild 2
Smith ft Po)ey 2
Christie. Cllne A Co 19
Other buyers SS6 7 M 77.
Total 3 .76 2 218 J7,?21
CATTUE Supplies were comparatively
small this morning and Included very little
that was at all desirable In the way ot
beef steers. Dressed beef men seemed to
want what few cattle were offered and
readily paid right around steady prices for
anything that suited them. As compared
with a week a to, values show no partic
Not over a doxen loads of cows and
heifers were Included In ths offerings and
with the usual good demand from both
local packer and outside buyers, the trade
was active right from the outset and prices
were fully steady on all grades. The gen
eral market for butcher stock and can-
ners has been In very satisfactory shape
an week ana values at the close are If
anything a shade stronger than a week
While there was not a great deal of ac
tivity ln stockers and feeders, still the
tone to the market showed some little Im
provement and prospects are now favor
able for a very fair clearance for tha
(quotations on cattle: Good to choice
coinfcd steers, 37.2Mj!i.u0: fair to good coin.
fed steers, $6.2Tu7.26; common to fair corn-
fed steers, 4.76iu6.26; good to choice range
steers, 86.26(6.40; fair to good range steers,
M 40u6.2u; common to fair ran steers,
aXuOfe4.40; good to choice cornftd cows and
heifers. l4.utMo.0tr; fair to good conned
cows and heifers, 8J.2o.u4.40; common to fair
cornfed cows and heifers, 2.00a3.26; good
to choice range cows and heifers, 87i
4.36; fair to good range cows and heifers,
a3.263.7i; common to fair range cows and
heifers,, 82 2b'tf3.26; good to choice stockers
and feeders, MWy5.o6; for to good stock
ers and feeders, 83.40a 4 00; common to fair
stockers and feeders, 82.rifl3.40; stock heif
ers, 12.663 66; veal calves, 81frvij.7j; bulls,
stags, etc.. 32 7fiU4.7&.
V kSTKHN S NEBRASKA.
64 steers.. .1000
6 calves... 3.6
13 cows 971
22 feeders.. 8o3
8 cows 961
23 cows 1)2 J
12 stockers. Sfl
8 heifers. ,
75 Wabaih 1st 6s
M rlc 1st A ai. 4a .
7 Weaiam Md 4a .
!S Weat. riao. cv ia.
73c. Cantral 4a...
Atckuun R. R
do pfd ,
Beaton A Albany....
Buatos A Maine....,
N. T , N H A H.
I' a loo Pacific
Am. Arte. L'harn...
Am. Pnas. Tuba....
Asa. T. A T
A mar. Weeiaa
Dom I. A
Gatiaral Blectrts ...
I ntel rrult
Iniie S. M
V. I. Steal
I.oadoa Stock Market.
LONDON, Oct. 13. American securities
op. ncd higher ln sympathy w ith the
strength in Wall street. Union Pacific
and I'nited States eHeel were the leaders
during tne first hour, trie Atchison.
'iopka & Santa Fe reacted slightly, but
I tna rwn oi tne list ne.a tne opening ad
44 j vam-e. At noon the market was steady.
. win. ii icra iruiii to i nigner tnan vea-
terday New York close.
1 v til, i ,u 1,.A a ,
... Loulaallls A K
13 1J-.4M , K. A T
... S S Y. Cantral
... 'Nor:..lk A V.'
.. Itt do pfd
Ontario A W
...li PannajlvanU .....
...U 4Ranl allnaa
... 14Southarn Rr
164 do pfd
II Southern Pacific.
47 trios Pacific
I do pld
J6U. I. Staal
Ija do pfd
tl do pfd
lit gpanlaa 4a
SILVER Lar, quiet at 23 7-16d per ounce.
.-!.. r. i j per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for short blU I Z per cent; for three
months' bills, 3S per cent.
I altimora A Ohio
WASHINGTON. OcL 15.The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows:
Trust Funds Ovild coin. $vT2 !4J 6.jg sil
ver dollar. 8487 lii.OOO; silver dollars of
isstx Mt-. silver certificate ouutand
ing. 34s7.1a5 0w.
General Fund-Standard llver dollars In
tt-raapaaka A O....
Cbnaso O. W
C hi . Mil. St. P.
lirnvar A RIo O...
do lat pfd
do 2d p.d
U COW fc'K)
47 feeder, .lull
24 heifers... 620
20 feeder.. 105
3 bulls l!ht
17 feeders.. 1030
931 3 36
8S2 3 30
340 8 00
02 3 70
910 3 60
1101 4 00
.1140 4 GS
.1070 4 75
18 cow s.
,, . .17 -
THIS BANK IS
During all this time it lias commanded the con
fidence of the people. This confidence ia still evi-,
denced by the daily opening of new accounts and
the constantly increasing volume of business.
Your account is invited.
bulk sold at 37. 4." 17.60 today as against
bulk yesterday of 37.4fij7.4,'K
New Yark Mlalajg Stocks.
NEW YORK. OcL 15. -Closing quotation
on mining stocks were ss follows;
't 4 17i Laadvllla Coa
luunial. k Tub t Liuia tTilat ..
Com Tar.nal stock... 14 Maairan
do buads W Ontario
Cos. Cai. a a 17 orhir
Hum S.lrar .1 10 sianiarif
Irca SlKar laa Yailow Jaikat .
Offarad - - "
1263 8 00
602 3 CO
32 4 80
P. Bcheei Neb.
63 8 06 6 heifers
782 3 25 10 cows...
.1016 3 35
J. W. Stetter Neb.
. 866 3 46 cows..,
. tM 8 60 7 steer.
A. J. Abbott Neb.
.1103 4 26
W. F. Fatteron Neb.
12 feeder.. 1283 4 66 IS cow....
William Albright Neb.
feeders.. Hi 4 86
Chris Rupp Neb.
10 feeders.. 944 3 90 11 cows....
B. Auftengartner Neb.
6 cows K40 8 40 t cows....
& Musser Neb.
4 60 8 feeders.
11,5 4 30 18 cows Hta
.. 8uu I 40 6 bulls 1218
R. Taylor Neb.
.920 3 60
J. n. Cook Wyoming.
. ToS 4 70 7 cows....
. 9S 4 heifers.
A. E. Campbell Wyo.
.. 930 4 8i 8 cow...,
R. Howard Wyo.
..1122 4 70 8 cows....
..1277 4 70
A. N. I'lcklnson Wvo
..10-ti (H 3 cows....
.. 978 4 65
A. O. Cheney Wyo.
..IOjO 4 65 2 steers...
17 cows loi.7 4 00
Charles Hitscliew Wyo.
IS feeders.. 9ii3 4 40 20 cows 864
Watson 4 Johnson Wyo.
36 steers.. ..1274 5 15
li. T. -Mo Farland Wvo.
24 feeders.. 931 4 70 20 heifers. .. 8S5
Hagbury W yo.
5 0ft 10 steers.. ..1112
3 10 14 feeders
Don Hagbury Wyo.
S feeders. .1051 5 to 2 ste.'rs..
II. I-araon Wvo.
8 feeders.. 965 ( 20
William Hagbury Wyo.
4 feeders.. H-16 5 06 1 feeder... HT0
Peter Weirs Wyo.
.92' 2 63 21 cow 939
A. Rassmusa. il S. D.
. 843 4 ao 6 cows 990
.811 3 00 21 calves... 272
Kent A Blssell S. IJ.
7 steers.... 722 4 35 li steers.. ..1173
K I'arrow 8. I.
21 steers. ...1209 4 65 3 steers. ...104
HOGS Receipt of hogs again this morn
ing were moderate, there boina hardlv
i enough received to cause actual competi
tion or test ine airengtn or tne market.
H.duced supplies here snd elsewhert
the effect to cause a moderate reaction
so that for the first time since Tuesday,
va.uea showed some improvement. The
movement at no tun was particularly
active and as trains were more or less
delayed In arriving, the market dragged
out throughout the furtnoon. Prices as
a rule on most of the good stuff showed
a 6fa 10c advance over yesterday's average
market, wlnl some of the common lighter
grades wers slow sellers at IrrtguUr
prices. Tops today reached 17 57' as
against 37.5 yesterday, while the geneial
No. Ai. ak. Pr. No. . At. Sh. Pr.
W. JJJ 120 7 40 S2 144 ... 1
77 ll-J m 7 40 II Sill ... iSl
14 21J SO T 40 70 149 KO 7 .'.n
4 Sl 7 45 4" 271 M 7 M
M M0 40 7 45 l 24i SW 111
i"i W lit M iH ... 7 fx)
II til SO 147 45 40 1 to
71 Hi 1W 7 47 41 t l SO 7 W
62 2iS ... 7 4. N Ill ) 7 W
4 Ifil 1 7 47 t !l 131 1 hi
M Id 40 T 47 S 117 10 7 H
H I 8 . . 7 50 4 172 Irt 7 17
49 II M0 H 71 tl M 7 Mv,
II ill IN 7 60 4H m ... 7 17',
41 Ml IS) 7 W III 115 240 7 (7
SHEEP Packers' orders for today' and
Saturday' killings were pretty well fined
this morning and the opening market as
result was slow ana uratigy on this
class of offerings. le:.plt too 11k tit re
ceipts, only some 6,700 neual being reported
in. the sticky tone to the demand was
more pronounced than it has boen tor
Prices, however, suffered no material
declines; In fsct it wuuid be hard to gauo
any positive break with sucti limileu re
ceipts on hand and the bulk of early sales
were made right around in yesterday's
notches. On lat lambs perhaps, the ten
dency was easier than Otherwise and In
some cases, trading ltgures looked to be
about tvloc lower, but "steady tq easier"
would Just about describe the general con
dition of ths market on all kinds ot strong
wiignl sheep and lambs.
There a p pi a red to be a very good de
mand for leader stuff, out actual tr.iding
was slow to the delay caused by aiiapui
up of supplies, etc. No bearish tendency
ot any consequence was noticeable in this
brancn of the trade and prices paid for
suitable thin block were quotabiy firm
ihs geneiai market this week has pos
sessed a good h.aiiny undertone inrouuii
out with tne aeiuaiid usually brisa lor
an kinds and prices Higher. The advance
tor the five uays on desirable feeder s.un
is saaeiy lo-t.jo, with good fat killers noi
lar lroin luuto htguer man last week
nevelpts fur the five days this week
total almost 118,000 head, as compared wili.
1,mm head tor the same day ot last
week and almost (u.vou iirad tor the cor
responuuig period of a year ago.
vuu..ua o.i u sne.p l...us: Good
to choice lambs, 86.6tVUD.s6; fair to good
lamps, e-UU.utl, gOOU ligilh tiilllgs, a.tSl
gv6.ov; good heavy yeailmas, 4 ,o4iuiw, good
to choice wethers, 84.20w4.66; fair to good
wethers, 83.lrUy4.2o; good to choice ewes,
M lv . u lau to goou ewes, ea.ara.l0; out
canner ewes, 3LOOaj2.oO.
Quotations on feeder stock: Good to
choirs lambs, 36.00g6.46; fair to good iambs,
46.4iro.0u; light, yearlings, 34.oDtfo.lu; heavy
i i.i.ais, frt.ufcits.c.; oiu wetiieia, 4.4 4.t.'&
good to cnoice ewes, f2.7ixg3.25; breeding
ewes, 8o.75'n.5.50; yearling breeding ewes,
85. 50 u i). U0.
lson Wyoming lambs, feeders.
11 3 Wyoming yearlings
k.'l Wyoming ewes i...
118 Wyoming lambs, culls....
Its Wyoming lambs, culls....
157 Wyoming wether
263 Wyoming wether
lu Wyoming ewes, cunner..
100 Wyoming lambs, feeders
308 Wyoming lambs, .feeders
447 Wyoming ewes, feeders..
vxt Wyoming ewes, feeder..
814 Wyoming ewe
220 Wyoming lamb.
403 Wyoming ewes, feeder..
114 Colorado wethers, feeders
3-2 Nebraska ewes
-4 Idaho lambs
127 Idaho yearlings, feeder.,
1.1 Idaho yearling, feeder..
601 Idaho yearling, feeder
149 Wyoming lambs,
lf3 Wyoming lambs,
10S8 Wyoming lambs.
1.9 Wyoming ewes
8-10 Wyoming ewes
874 Idaho lumbs, feeders
l'St Id iho lambs, culls
218 Wyoming wethers
173 Wyoming wethers ..........
117 Wyoming wethers
0l Idaho lambs
3110 Id'iho lambs
19 Idaho Ismbs
34 Idaho wethers
24R Wyoming ewes, feeders...
t0 Wvomlng lambs
802 Wyoming lambs
l"J Idaho lambs, feeders
401 Wyoming ewes, feeders...
irl Wvom'ng lambs, feeders.
104 Nehrsski ewes. feedTs....
49 '' vomlng lambs, feeders..
117 N b asks lambs, fe' ders...
68 Wyoming ewes, feeders
816 Wyoming lambs
heavy. 37.5T4f7.70; packers, $7.3r.37.SB; light.
8tl V.'.i7 60; pigs, f&.OtFlit; 3t.
HtlKKP AM) IM l)S Receipts, fi.jnn
bend. Market sternly; lambs, 8r.7S'rJ7l5:
yearlings. fAotKi.VOu; wethers. $4.2534.86;
ewe. $4.0iiif4.S5; stockers nnd feeders. $2.00
Stork la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday were as follows:
Sioux City ...
8t. Joseph ....
St. Louis ....
...19.600 30,000 31,600
BOSTON. Oct. I... HuOLr-Wlth the local
supply of wool less than a third of normal;
amount and selection becoming broken, the
market Is quieter than for some mouths.
Value ste holding very firm. The leading
domestic quotations range an follows: oluo
and Pennsylvania, XX, 3Uu37c; X. 34'.fco:
No. 1 washed, 40u41c; No. 3 waslied. 40c
fine iinw ashed, 2ii2sc; half blood, comb
ing. 85c; three-eighths blood combing, 3Jc;
quarter Wood combing, 34iiJ5c; delaine
washed, 4i41c. Michigan, W iHt'onsIn and
New York fleeces, flno unwashed, 26j26cj
delaine unwashed, 31U:!2e; hulf blood un
washed, S4':iA6c; three-elshllis blood, un
washed, S4(t3;"c; quarter blood, S3;):!4c. Ken
tucky, Indiana and Missouri, three-eighth
blood, 34c; quarter blood. 32ir'i3e. Scoured
values: Texas, fine twelve months. 754i78c;
fine six to elht months. fiO'u'TOc; fine fall,
if(i)0c. California, northern. 8v.i70c; nild
dlu county, t3i)Crc; foil free, 60';2c. Ore
pon. eastern No. 1 staple TJfe; eastern
clothing, 70rii72c; valley No. 1. r7ii5So. Ter
ritory, fine staple. 77(fiV; fine medium
stnnle, 7V,i72c; fine clothing. 70fi72c; half
blotd. 73ir7fc: throe-eighths blood. 6Srjj7lp;
otiarter blood. 67'it8c. Pulled extra, 724i
75o; fine A, 65Hi70c; A supers. eOifoMc.
, . ,o0
NEW TORK Oct. lS.-MFTALS-Sland-sr'l
copper, steadv. Local dca'ers quite
Iske copp r at $11 00"'13 2": electrolytic. $12 M
?2V5: ens Ing $12 H ' 12.75. London mar
ket fteadv: spot 57 12s Sd; fu'ures. 58
12s 6d. Tin closed steady loeally. Lon
don market higher; spot, 139 2s d; future-.
fl'O 12 (Id. Iad was quiet and in
clienged locally, with spot quoted 'at $4.30v
4.374. T.onilon mark -t was higher at 1.1
6 3d. Spelter was quiet, with spot quoted
at fl.r0T6.1" London market unchanged
at f3 6s. The l-on market was higher tn
Iondon at 61 4 10,(1 for Cleveland war
ran s Ths local market was steadv; No.
) foundrv. nor'h-rn. 319 onwlFO; No. 2,
$18.50 1900: No. 1 northern and No. 1 south
ern, soft, $19.2.(s19 75.
NEW TORK. Oct. 15 COFFFE-Cof fee
future closed steady at a net advance of
6 to 10 points. S iles were reported of 30 000
bags, including October at 5 !c, November
at 6.95c. December at S.oVrifl.OOc, Murch at
60T.C. Mav at 8.05r1V .Ttily at OM'fito
snd Selter"er it 6.206 ISc Snot, firm;
RIo No. 7, 8'fcc: Pantos No. 4. 8V8c. Mild,
teady; Cordova, 9yllHc. '
Oils and Ilosln.
NEW YORK. Oct, 15. Ollj-Cottonseed
oil strorg- ptlme crude, $."!7: prime yel
low. 3''.cVi'i75; December. $ti.7W6.lW. Petro
If urn sfartv. Turpentine, easy at 604.
KO1 IN- S eady.
SAVANNAH. Qa., Oct. 15 OIL Turpen
tine, firm at 6744c; sales 100 bbls.; receipts,
646 bbls.; shipments, 68 bbls. ,
CHICAGO LIVES STOCK MARKET
Receipts of Cattle, Hogs aad Sheep,
with Market Qaotstlons.
CHICAGO. Oct. 15.-CATTLE-Rcelpts.
estimated at 4 500 head. Market steady;
steers. J5.50t(S 90; cows, $3 6 5 tt ; heifers.
$3.5iuO0; bulls, $1.0O-(4 S6; calves, fcl.OOJ
9.75: st'icker and feeders, $3.76t;r6 50.
HOOS Receipts, estimated at 13.00 head.
Mtrket 15fi2oc higher; choice hSuvy, $r.so
7 90: butchers, $7.75it7.&0; light mlxetl, $7.:i5
trri ; cnoice ngnt. f.7u; packing,
Q7.75; pigs, $5.0lri7.00; bulk ot sales,
SHEEP AND LAMMS Receipts.
msted at lli.OOO head. Market steady; sheep
$4 Oo;c,.&0; lambs, $ti.O(;7.3t); yearlings, $5.0j
8t. I.oals Live Stock Market.
FT. LOUIS, Oct. 15.-CATTLU-R-cetpt
5.h0 head. Including 3 300 Tcxana. Markt
stiady; native shipping and export steer.
87 0O ii4.25; drefsed beef and butcher stents.
$5.50'i6.75; steers under 1 fl) lbs, $4 0U'u5 40:
stockers and feeders. $2,rOti5l; cows and
heirers. $JOu 40; cariners. $.' ut)'(i2 U; bulls.
$3.00i4.26; calves. $.'i."V i8.2i; Texas and In
dian steer. $j.50u5.76; cow and heifers.
12 oori 3 90.
HOtlS Receipt. 4 800 head. Market 10c
higher; pigs and light. $5.0oi7 50: packeri
17 -;07.fi5; butchers and best heavy, $7.7ofj
SHEEP AND I.AM OA Receipts, 1 E"0
hrad. Market steadv; native tiiuttona, $150
f4 75; lambs, $i;tli7.25; culls and bucks.
J2.50u4.90; slockers $12514 00.
Local securities quotations, furnished by
Samuel Burns. Jr., 614 New York Life
City of Omaha 4a, 19J 17
CudahT Packln Co
Ceiumbua (Neb ) Elac. Light s. 13.. 4
Independent Tale 6a (Omaha)
Intrrnatlnnal f'onatructlon o 41
Lscleda Oaa Light Co. Sa, 1M4 101
Morrla 4 no. 4a. Il M
Ncbraaka'Tcle. stoek, I par cant...... H
Omaha flaa la, 1117 M
Omaha Elao. Llfht and Power fx, 1IJI..
Omaha Elac. Lllit and Poarar pfd 'I
Omaha A C. B St. R. Sa. 121 4
Omaha A C. H. St. Hy. it. 1914 Ho
Oieiha A C. B St Ky. pfd i par ct. M
Omaha A C. B 8t Rr. cent., 4 per at. 71
Omaha C. B. Ky. A B.-rdfe pld.... 41
Omaha Water Cs. (a. I41 44
Omaha Water Co. 6s. 11
Oaiha Waiar Co. lat pfd 10
South Omaha Sawcr 4a. II. I I'O
Slims City Stock Yards pfd. 4 par cant 16
In ten stock Yards (uroiha) ( par cast 17
Waaura faclflc 6a, mi II
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
cent ?00) h ad
ca v 13 OxiiK.00.
HOC.S Rc celpis
hlfier: t p. $7 75;
market steady to
I.lva Stack Market.
Oct. 15 CATTLVT Re
market steadv: steers,
and heifers, $2 SoftLOO;
2flo head: ma-Wt rvfilOc
b'tlk of sales, $7.30l!7.5"i.
LA 81 RS-Iterelp s. J orr)
strong; lumbs. $1 50S7.O6.
Stoas City Lire Stork Market.
SlOrX CITV. Ia. Oct. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipt, 600 hed; mar
HOGS - Receipts. 2100 hid: market 6r
higher; ring of prices, $7 2i7.66, bulk of
ales, $7 35U7 46.
Kansas City Live stuck Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 15. CATTLE Re
ceipt, 6. WO head. Including l.f.s) southern
Market slow but steady; choice export and
dressd beef steers. $0 5o'ii75; fair t
good, $4 40..25: western steers, $3 4.jiJ 40
slKUers and feeders, $l.40n . 40; si.iithern
steets. $5 5a45, neithein cows, $2'Xy:)w)
native cows, $2V"i4 75; native heifer f. j
Uilii bull. 12.75 3 25: calves. 3 6O.i0
HtrijS Receipt, ') hKad. Market 5c
hlfc-t f tnfi. r 7e hulk of Ke. i; i.,,,7 .;.)
E. A. Fogel strom to Ida
atrom. lots 8 and 7,
Helen D. Sherwood to William II
Klaunhter, of n of lot 11, block
89 Wouth Omaha
Florence E. Crumb to Joe A. Crumb,
n feet of lot 3, block 3, John I.
E. O. Hager nnd wife to E. O. Fpen-
cer and wife, lot 6. and sVi lot 4
block 111. Houth Omaha
John Klellun and wife to W. I. Spelce,
lots 6 and 6. block 6, Hummit add..,.
John Nowicki'to samei lot 2 .bloik
1. Sumrn't add
D. V. 8holes Co, to Uoard of Regeuu,
Vnlvert-lty of Nebraskg,. iljjcks j
and 3, Rulph Place
Mellora W. Fairfield and husband to
Hyroti R. Hastings, lot 4. block L
Kulphur Spring f
Charle C. Huntington et al to
Charle Oillen, nV, lot 8, I'piand Ter
Louisa Floersch et al. to Michael
Norrls. tlfc lot 13. J. E. RUey sub.
Maria Dudtseun and husband to F.dna
L. Douglas. s44 feet lot 11, block
, Drski's ndd ,
E. O. Paah et al. to Alliertine Drlff
korn, l"t 7, block 3, H.llslde No. 2.
A. H. Christiansen to Antonta T.
ChrltlaiiHen. lot 11. Mock 4, Mc
Gavock A O'Keeffe's add
Fred Kchuman and wife to M Y
HchlBBcr, lot 25, block 17. Orchard
Cora H. Talinferro and husband to L
M. Owin, lot IS, block 90, Dundee
County treasurer to Continental Trust
Co.. lot 12. block S. Bilker Place....
HomcMcad Co. to Gorge Nice, lot $S,
Dv ifc-ht Williams, administrator, ' ti
E S. Flor. lot 102. bltKik ti. Ka un
der A Himel.atiKli's Mount Pleasant
Honie.-tead Co. to ll. C. Johnston,
lot 44, Homestead
Same to Eugean Cnnklin, " lot" " r.Ti"
J. H. Hopkins and wife to George L
Kngle. lots a and 9. block 5. Llu
Annie P. jSvpe to Lucia IV Matini'iig
lot 4. block k9. Dundee Place
i ni'td Real Kstate and Trun Co. to
E. P. Morrison, lot (i, block 32
ll. W. Yates, giiutdlan, et al , to
Ralston Tov.nhM Co.. lot 2 block
47: lo's HI ;,d a;, block 8. Italeton..
M'ny MiMett and husliand to Chris
P.oyer. w' lot i blpck i'CAx. Oma,lia
Aniilo M. ChrlHitunsen I..
C'hristeiiben et al., lot 7, Rustln s sdd
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