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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1909.
OFFERED FOR RENT
WILL rent a portion of first flcor and , -
Nil of bstement In hull ling at 914 Far- Mmn Allen of Chicago, wilt slow, magne
nam. This has trackage and In good tic and massage treatments. 207 N. 17th St.
wholesale loratlnn. inquire . jordon
Co, fit Farnam fit-
OFFERED FOR SALE
CHEAPEST IM-ACE for STOVES AND
FURNITURE. Racket Store, 14 & Cuming.
BRAND NEW FULL. SERPENTINE
SWELL FRONT VlUARTERSAWED
OOLUEN OAK DRESFER AT LESS THAN
R. T. VCK MEHRKN. 1518 DODGE.
Typewriters All Makes
Sold nnd Rented
Rent Applied If Purchased
AH the stsndsrd makes. Prices 4
to V4 manufacturers', Rant a ma
I'hlne. leal It. Jf right buy It
( lvrs. Underwoods. L C. Smith,
iicmnigiont. en-. Broad 3 years'
gunrarilt Willi each one Bold
l.xamlna our atook or write for bar
gain list before buying.
13. F. Kwanson Co.,
417 So 15th St.. Omaha, Nab.
SECOND han4 typewriters aold, repnlred.
Ceotral Typewriter Exehsnge. 1607 Ftrnanw
HVERYTHINO In typewriters; just a
few of our bargains: Rebuilt No. 2 Smith
Premier, (31; No. 3 Oliver. $35; No. Rem
lbgton. 113; machines shipped on approval;
DO deposit required. ,
TYPEWRITER EQUIPMENT CO.,
306 S. 12th HL
fiano and Other Musical Instrument
FOR KALE fll;(h-cradc upright piano;
Coat $KjO; mubt maK i.ffer. i'hone
COAL .v v
AT CUT PRICES.
ve you from 60c to
11.60 on even- ton and aivi-
beltir toal. We auariiniee correct weights.
Uo.sunWatt'8 Cut Price Coal Co.
D.ll C;i at tut Prices, freight paMI on an
fiw - onlei ; ataloii free. rliMisas a
JrtiA.uiui.'h Ui u Co., Omaha, Neb.
ll.L'M liF.k TrY l- Dlinmock & Pons,
GARLAND STOVES .SS.R;
'.he famous (jarlnnd siover. Not being- In
:n hiKh rent district we can save you
rioi.!-y on stoves.
C- H. MKVER, 2709 t.eavcnwor'h.
fi llttidware aud t-iuve Dealer.
MUST PKLL 3U0 8TOVE.
t'sed only one bt ason, for storage charge.
Also furniture. 1413 DodKe bt. Dqug. .4.SJ.
Come early for your choice.
8 A FED. new and second-hand. WO Faro.
We will sell two Ooiirih lull huve been ill
tse at tbe Use bunding. Tlicy are each
(IS hoi lepuwei return tubular boilers, 7S
Inch diameter by U feet long. They have
l&D C. 1.. tubes i Inches by U feet. Work
ing prcKaure tto pound per square Inch,
heat suiface lll.UOU square feet. Urate area
bvi sijuaie feel
We are very anxious to dispose of these
boilers immediately and' will Mil at a bar
gain if taken at once,
THE BHlfi bUHDINO COMPANY.
17th and- r amain turn. Unulia, Neb.
WK HAVE on hand a number of Ink
barrels which we will sell at t9c each. The
re fine lor rain water oi aauea. Call ai
prsasreota -Bee Publishing Co.
FOR 8A1JC-New and Id-band blllard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures, easy payments ilruns-wtck-Calke
Coliendsr. 407 0. 19ib flt. .
Orown , In WyomltiK, let me ill ' your
Cheap. Rudolph item, uougias 41. l.
nf A r Publlo Market Bpeclal. d-K
VVJiVU Bgt value In Omaha.
Partridge-Thompson Co.. 11110 Harney. O. Ml
ee CC A T . ood; Tukrm egg or lump,
Ifra vUAh ttt.no, bf st for price, try It.
MARSaON WliiKTU, Hotn phones.
FOR SALE A good self adding- cash
register; will sell ou easy payments. Ad
dress P 47t Bee.
WRITE me before buying a piano. I' can
save you money. Address L 661, care Bee.
ii AM.t i-afes. new, Id-hand. Ill Farnam.
AUTOMOBILE1 ROBF.S, horse blankets,
rain covers, saddles, harness, collars, re
pairing a specialty.
OMAHA HARNESS CO.,
318 8. 13TH.
OAS RANGE CHEAP. 4170 Cass Street.
FOR SALK Three Bain lumber gears 3i
lU eteel skein; one copper lumber gear
IWxl2 steel skein. These gears have been
vsed, but are in first-dsns condition. They
may be seen at 2001 Cuming St. They are
OOOD SECOND-HAND FURNACE.
Key at 137 North 37 th Bt. Look It over
vid make an offer.
O KKKKE REAL ESTATE CO..
- 1001 N. V. Life Bldg.
L Doug, or A-H52.
- w.- " . ,
JOHNSON, INS.. 41S N. T. U TeL IX 164.
Dr. Ka'hsryn Nlekolas. 0t N. Y. L. Bldg.
D. O. BARN ELL, Pkxton Bl. Tel Ijti liU.
HUFFMAN. 313 Neville Bldg.. Book free.
r t i -i
H TS-i cleaned, made Into fall styles.
-J bclunarse'e Hat Foty., SVi N. It
VPOAIi Andover. Egg, Lump, ft. 60. R. H.
tviJii Morehouae Co., W. 3106. B.3J45.
aTIUCTLY private borne during confine
ments j. excellent care, bablea adopwdi
trained puree. 2U3 Davenport DC
rTlTfTS Your crn comes out or your
VsVA.ii.tikJ quarter eemea baok when you
T.. i I U.Ihm. Il.uu .V. 1.1. t 5..
If I tlMVTTP treatment.
illXXVAiX 1JHV B 6t
JAM Ed RUBY can get Insurance money
by writing John or Charley.
A HOME for women aurlng confinement.
We find homes for babite where molherl
can not care for theru. Babies boaruxi.
Fur terms, address Mrs. Marina A. Lee, U
iantroli u, uuialia. Net A'lutae, Doug
WE RENT and repair all makes of sew
ing machines. 'Phones: lnd, A lvi3; Doug.
lt4. Neb. Cycle Co.. coiner Wlh and Har
tley. PHI VATS bums during oonfluementi
babies tor adoption; Oood iiauiariian Baii
uorturo, 7y ui Ave.. Council Bluffs, la.
DR. ILOUklRa. private confinement faMua.
L. Marina at- let. lougias tSJtt.
THE famous Velvetln Toilet Goods. For
Vale by ail ar aagune ,ur phone Dougme buUX
THE elALV ATION AKMY solicit caetoff
clothing; in tact, aaythlua you do not tteed.
We collects repair aud eell at 14 N. 11 tn
Fl, for coat of collection to the wormy
pjor. Call phone Douias 4il aud w ax . a
WIGS Vl to"P.'Jor men. ORIFFITU,
" U and 14 rrcnaer Bile
MAU.vh.TlC Treatments. Ummerila
Broit. Ui aV Itth HL Doug. .!.
A N TON C lMUf la. present where,
abouls of Jausee C. Ballard, who rwi4d
lo Douglas county In la J, or anv of bis
relatives, will please communicate wilt
H kta, ears Oinaua Bee. Ouiaha. Neb.
N, private cvnftneiMSt heme. Mr Dr. Kins
X " '
OMAHA siainmeraia lus.. rtamge Bl'lg.
MRS. KJTTKNHoUbK. vibratory maa-
ease and eiectnc llil.i. R. -) 4tli floor
Uid BoeMta hint lnl., ltiia and Douaia.
Arlen de Voy. Manicuring and mMm.
K'fl 8. mth Pi. Flat I. Phone D. "G.
MncA Unllo to rent at LIEHEN8,
ah 1 n ej tjuili j
1110 Howard. D. 4115.
WANT to get In tnurh with competent
teacher In Spanish fur winter session of
lessons. Address 1) 67S, Bee.
A NKW BOOK, the "Underworld "ewer."
t'V Jnsle Washburn; prion. 11.50. Sold by
Swartz A McKelvey, 109 S. 13th bt. between
Douglas and Dodge.
PHONE INI. A-4620 for stood printing
Lyrigsladt Printing Co.. lstb tt Capitol Ave,
HYATT LONOACRE. rRINTKKS.
1744 Ixavenwarttl H. 'lei. Doug. 1547.
REAI ESTATI3 DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Ket 135e; prompt
Set vice; wet our price 1,) Faraara.at.
OANGESTAD. 404 Ilea Bldg. TeL D. tMl
PAYNE INV. CO., first floor N. T. Ufa
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Hrandeis Bids.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
JHAS. K. WILLIAMSON- President.
CITY PROPKRT Y FOR ALB
MR. HOME BUYER
Would an EXTRAORDI
NARY bargain In an EX
and well equipped new home,
beautifully located in one of .
Omaha's choicest resldenoe
dlRtiicta. Interest you 7 If so. .
wi- have It let n how you.
milljiini' 1 . v r.n i i v.. a
D. 1152. McC.tcue Bld. A 2C5.
K-room coTtei-e. all modern except heat,
falrlv well built, electric llKhts, gas. sewer.
eiegant plumbliiR, walking distance; 1115
South JTlh 6t. Price only 12.600. small
payment down, balance practically same
6-room square !ouse. full two-story, all
modern: 111 South 27th St. Only W,400,
K00 casn, balance practically the same as
7-room story and one half cottage; 1111
South 27th St., all modern, only eJ.aw,
very easy terms, . ..
D-rooin square house, paved street pav
ing ail paid, 60-foot south frontage, two
blocks rrom t'relgnton university, rive
blocks from High School, easy walking
distance from down town: located on
Chicago St., second door -weet of South
27th Ave. Price only $4,100. MK) cash, bal
ance a trifle more than rent. This house
Is finished in oak and would be considered
reasonable at $4,600.
C G. Carlberg, .
811 N. Y. Life Bldg.
West Farnam Home
Must Be Sold
Owner leavlna- Omaha offers beautiful
home on 33d St., between Dodge and Far
nam. Practically now and with every mod
First floor In oak, second floor white
enamel. Larcte living room with fireplace.
dining room, library, music room, butler's
pantry and kitchen, first floor; 4 good
sjzed bed rooms, second floor; finished
Basement witn ouuara room.
Walls throughout are canvassed and ar
tistically decorated, built-in bookcases,
hnfret. beamed ceilinKS. etc. Fine lot W3xl40,
This la a gem and must be seen to be
appreciated. See us at once fcr special
price and runner particulars. .
Benson & Myers Co.
Phone D. 746.
. 412 N. V. Ufa Bldg.
LITTLE bv little the rent - TJayer In
creases the landlord's wealth and adds
nothing to his own. Why not reverse thlsT
I have a fine 5-room hoime and 3 large
lots on car line, one of the best locations
on Ave. A. Electric llicht. bath, plenty of
shrubfl and shade trees, built only 3 years,
handv to Omaha or Co. Bluffs. Here la
a snap, $1,200 down, balance to suit buyer.
You must see It to appreciate it. ror saia
by . owner, 3624 Ave. A, Council Bluffs,) la.
HANSCOM PARK HOME 3 rooms.
nearly new, all modern, with HOT WATER
HEATINU. paving paid. tjwuer leavma;
city; will take $5,600. TERMS. GLOVER
REALTY BXN D1CA 1 IS. urouna rioor, n.
GET A HOME
HERE'S A BARGAIN
6-room cottage, modern except
Corner ath and Ohio. Terms.
McEACHRON REALTY CO.,
. 1924 Lake Street.
I Web. 16J1.
I WANT an offer on lot 3, block 30, origi
nal plat of the city of Omaha, with two
houses, 1909 and mi California street. iv.
New York Life Building.
BRAND NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE
Strictly modern, large , lot. paved street,
corner, near car.
ONLY $250 CASH
Balance monthly, semi-annually or an
nually. Let us show you.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
TO BE SOLD AT ONCE.
Brand new modern residence with recep
tion hall, parlor, dining room and stair
way finished In oak, large plate glaas door
and windows, three good-sised bed rooms,
bath room and linen closet on second floor,
good cement basuinent under whole house,
with good furnace; both electric and gas
flxturea. This houae has been built from
the very best of material throughout., 1a
cHled on the southeast corner of 29th and
Hamilton streets. Price, $3.7.'i0.
W. J. DERMODY INVESTMENT CO..
Tel. D. 610 or A-2033 . 636 N. Y. L. Bldg.
. GREAT BARGAIN
Brand new, modern . residence. with
reception hall, parlor, dining room
and stairway finished In oak; large
plate glass door and windows; three
good slsed bed rooms, bath room
and linen closet on Second floor;
good cement basement under whole house
with good furnace; both electric and gas
fixtures. This house has been built frwun
the very best of materia! throughout. Lo
cated on the southeast corner of 29th and
Hamilton Sts. Price. 33.7&0.
W. J. DERMODY INVESTMENT CO.,
Tel. l. 6100 or A-20J3. K3H N. Y. Life Bldg.
100 Feet $3,000
I fronting Hanscoia Park and 60 front
g 33rd St. We know of nothing bettel
Harrison & Morton
A ch.iloe building lot, "Hillsdale.' $1 Ot
cash, U a week. Prices $10 la Its); he in
terest, no taxes. See us.
HASTINGS 4k HF.YDUN. 1414 Harney Bt,
BRAND NEW 5-ROQM HOUSE
Modern, except heat, lurge lot, paved
stieet, near car. finely finished.
ONLY $250 CASH
Balance niunthly, seuil-annually or arv
Let us show you.
NOWATA LAND A I A)T CO..
t24 N. Y. Life Bldg.
NINE ROOMS, MODERN
exrept heat; lot fronts two streets; can
bu:ld another houe on other end of lot.
$2,500 ONLY $500 CASH,
Balance at ( per cent for five years, or
monthly payments to suit. What do you
ihjnk of Hint'
NCWATA LAND AND IX)T CO.,
Suite (24 N. Y: Life Bldg.
CLOVE In cottage, 1 large rooms, baiu,
; splemlid condition price reduced. Owuer,
CITY rHOI'hHl I IUH A LB.
FOR S.tLK fine new 6-room house, big
ot. Frank Sevich, loth- nd Dominion bt.
MUKT PR SOLD.
Nice rrmdorn cottage located on North
2d street, nsvlng and cement walk and all
otlier sreclal.1 paid. 12.750, part cash and
alrtnce eav pavmenis.
W. J. DI.RMoDY 1NVFSTMENT CO..
Tel. 1). tlOii or A-2033. 836 N. Y. L. Bldg.
INVESTMENT Two Bt. Louis flats.
tmilt 1 year, monthly rental 02; corner
lot. paving paid In full both streets, first-
class location; HIUOEPT SNAP I IN
M AHA r $.'.rm. Could handle with $3,V)
cash. O LOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
Ground Floor. N. Y. Life.
BEMJ3 PARK New house, I rooms and
larse reception hall, .oak finish, hot water
beating, nice south front lot; snap at g.Vlu,
TF.HMS. (JLOVER REALTY SYNDI
CATE. Oroend Floor. N. Y. Life.
FOR quick returns. your real eatat
for sale and exchange with me, no eale.
io pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board of Trade
R:dK., Omaha Neb.
FOR SALE First mortgaite. $3,100. Due
In one year. Final discount. Rudolpb
Ueal. Douglas 4171.
271 HOWARD. 8 rooms, modern, $:.)
JOHN N. FRENZER. Both Phones.
FARK A 1VD RANCH lANI) FOR 9 ALU
BfOfyv) acres of choice lands tn south
eastern Idaho now opt-n to homesteaders:
have irood climate, sood water. In a land
of grass and Rime, close to market. This
and Is not cornered in any way; costs you
r.othlnjf. except what you pay Undo Sam:
our clicular contains full Information and
description, and tells you how to get some
or tnis lana. it win ur sent to any anaress
on receipt of 2T cents. Western Home
seekers' association, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
FOR SAIE Good Improved 1S& acre
farm, 3 miles from Moorhead and I mile
from Preparation, Iowa: a bargain and
money maker, at VA an acre. rite owner.
K. P. Hundahl, Moorhead, lowa.
NORTHEASTERN Kansas farms for
sale, near St. Joseph, Atchison, Dteaven-
worth and Topeka. Come and see. K. T.
Lehman, Nortonvllle, Kan.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A choice Minnesota grain and stock farm
of 920 acres; good buildings; 700 acres In
field; balance hay and pasture; 40 acres
heavy timber near buildings; creek In
pasture; good well at house; 300 acres
heeded to timothy and clover; 300 acres
plowed ready for spring crop; possession at
once; will rent on shares or sell for cash;
or on crop payment; all good, smooth land
and a bagaln. Apply to W. D. cregiow,
FARM BARGAIN Must be sold on ac
count of owner's health; well Improved
S20-acre farm, seven and a quarter mi lea
from town; price, y3j per acre; euty terms.
J. T. Campbell. Litchfield. Neb.
FOR SALE By owner, 240 acres of fine
farm land one mile from good Iowa town
of 6,000; 170 acres under plow, balance tame
hay and' pasture; good Improvements, with
exception of barn. A bargain at $125 per
acre. Address Box X9, Allen, Neb.
' OKLAHOMA "
Land $5 Per Acre
No. 991,320 acres timber and graslng
land, on Illinois river. In Adair county;
nearly all black oak timber, will make
from two to four railroad ties to the tree;
some white oak - saw timber, some white
pine. 16 to 24 Inches In diameter and 80 to
100 feet high; 300 to 400 acres of this land
can be cultivated; about 60 acres now
under cultivation; ten miles of VVestvllle,
and new railroad now building within three
miles of land; the timber alone ought to
pay mors than we ask for the land. Price,
No. 6423,520 acres timber and grass land
In Cherokee and Adair counties, at $6 per
No. 645 130 acres timber land within three
miles of Peggs, Cherokeo county, at $6 per
No. 37580 acres of good upland prairie.
60 acres in cultivation, good black soil, a
fine chance for oil, three-totirth miles of
the city limits of Nowata. Price, $40 per
No. 439 160 acres of best grade creek
bottom land: 130 acres in cultivation. Good
fiouse, barn and outbuildings; two miles
from Nowata county seat. Price, $40 per
acre, lou might get an oil well with this
land. Let us show yoih
NoWATA LAND A LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Fruit farms, all sizes; prices ranging
from no to 12,000 per acre; good market;
delightful climate; prosperous and ener
getic neighbors. Call on me for particulars.
C. II. GERBER,
619 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually. No commission.
W. H. THOMAS.
(03 First National Bank Bldg.
(10 te 110, S4 mads promptly. F. IX Wead,
YVeaa sticg.. in ana varaasa.
riVB PER CENT MONHT
to loan on
' Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Life Bids.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne lnveeineat Ce.
WANTED City loaaa. Patera Trust Ce.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W,
Farnam binlth & Co.. 1334) Farnam e)w
PAYNE, BOSfWICK CO.. N. Y. Lilts
Private money. 3UM to &0us; low rate.
LOWEST RATES Be. ml a. Braadels Bldg.
Always on hand and for su'.c in amounts
from t00 to $3.0u0.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Booms 417-13 First Nai l Bauk Blag.
Bell "Phoue. Douglas 3311.
OAHVIN BROS.. 311 N. T. Lire. ttOt la
tauO.Ouv on Improved property. No delay.
- t FARM and city loana; optional pay
ment; no delay. I. Sibbernsen. Omaha.
3600 to K.0W on bomes la Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Kataie Cu lvMl H. Y. Life. Dou. or
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
(, and T-room house. If piios are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite (24 N. Y Bldg.
FOR SALE or exchange For clear land,
stork of clothing, located In eastern Ne
braka. Will Invoice about 310,0m). For
particulars address J. K. Collins, 423 Mala
street. Fremont. Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST arte paid (or eta-hn4 fumK
"-' marvel, elethea svad snuse. TeL Dous.
BEST price pa 11 for Id-band furniture,
steveo, clothing. W. KoseoblatL Tel. IX ewl.
HIGHEST price for furniture, etc.
BKLL 6 Furn. Store, 14u Dodge. Red 3UO.
BALTIMORE Id hand store pays best
pries 3-haiid furniture, cloUtea. eta. D. Ana,
WANT 3d hand shc-rs and clothe D. ISS.
WANTED TO BUY
STANDARD tiprtght pino. Tel. Web. 37:t.
FRIDAY P. ai.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED to rent for next year on small
plan, aoout 6 or 19 acres. Address F IM),
WANTED Board and room In private
family for an old man of rood habits,
who can wslt on himself; references ex
changed. Address J fwvl. Boe.
WANTED By r"n mn. P'aee to work
for board while attending Boylea collect
WANTED Position In drug and jewelry
store by an experienced man. In both lines.
Address Y en. care of Omaha Bee.
LADY with several years' business train
ing desires position ellln either In city
or will travel. Al refereccss. Address
W Mi. care Bee.
pnol nnfl Ynrul n- H- Morehouse Co.,
oaiana oou w II05i lnd B.2215
WANTED Situation by rlano player for
evenings. Address H WX. Bee.
20 TEARS' experience ss Janitor and run
ning steam boilers, all around man, sober,
willing to work, the very best ot refer
ences. David Stuten. 1504 Burt St.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT
PLANT By virtue of resolution of tn
undersigned Board of Directors, the Chad
ron Electric Light at Power Company will
sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 18.
1W9. AT 10 o'clock a. m.. AT THE OFFICE
OF SAID CORPORATION. CORNER SEC
OND AND EUAN STREETS. CHADHON.
NEBRASKA, all the property of the said
Chadron Electric Light ft Power Company,
ss a going c&ncern, and. consisting of Lot
t. in Block 4. City of Chadron. Nebraska.
and power house thereon. Its coal bouses
and office and power house furniture and
fixtures, and supplies on hand, and per
sonal property of every character; also all
its contracts for street lighting and sale ot
light and power to cU'zens or chadron, and
all Its customers. Its franchise, all Ha poles,
wires, lines, dynamos, transformers, en
gines and machinery of every description.
all Its street lights, and other llKhta, wher
ever located and on hand. This property Is
In molt prosperous and perfect condition
since Its opening: the service Is perfect and
the demand for light and - power, from its
present and prospective customers. Is
greater than Its present enlarged capacity
an increase of the plant and lis oapaclty is
actually needed at this time. An entirely
sufficient reason for this sale will be given
to any inquiring purchaser.
Dated, October 14. 190.
. F. MOTE.
BYRON L. SCOVEL,
RAILWAY TIME CARD
VKIOJI STATION 10TH A MASON
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NORTH WESTKRN LINK NORTH.
Twin City and Dakota .
Daylight a 7:45 am al0:20 pnt
Minnesota and Dakota. .a 7:ou pm
Twin City Limited.. a9:o0pm a 7:10 am
Sioux City Local a 3:4u win a 3:2a pro
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST,
Norfolk-Bonesteel a 7:00 am alO:30 pm
Lincoln-Long Pine a 7 50 -im all oy am
Norfolk-South l'latte...b 216 pm b 5:20 pm
Hastings-Superior ......b 2:15 pm b 6:20 pm
Deudwood-Hot Springs. a 3:5u pm a6:20pni
Casper-Lander a 3:55 pm all:00ara
Fremont-Albion b ti'M pm b 1:36 pm
K. C. and St. L. Ex. ...a 9:00 am a 7:00 am
K. C. and St. L. Ex. (lv.
Sat. 12 p. m all :15pm a 6:50 pm
Chicago, Mllnaakee A St. Paul
Overland Limited al2:15am- a 5 :06 am
Overland Special a 3:55 am a 1:30am
CMcago-Omuha Special. a 7:20 am a 6:5 am
Colo.-Culitornla Lx at:00pm a 8:Aj pm
Perry-Omaha Local b6:lupin bll:0apm
Chicago, Hock Island A Pacific ,
Rocky Mountain L't'd..al2:0 am al0:30pm
lowa local a 6.40 am a 4 30 pm
The Mountaineer a 7:42 am a 2:56 am
Des Moines Local a 4:UU pm al2:30 pm
Iowa Local .....bl0:35 am b 9:66 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4.40 pm a 1:10 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. .a (: pin as:0aam
The Mountaineer al0:40 pra a 7:36 am
for Lincoln a 8:30 am a 6:47 pm
Coio. and Cal. Kx a 1:20 pm a 4-30 pin
Okla. and Ttx is Ex. ...a 4 40 put a 1:00 pm
Rocky Mountain Lld...all:12 pia a!2:30am
-10TH A MASON
Denver and Callforla..a 4:10 pm a 3:45 pm
Puget Sound Ex a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6 10 pm
Northwest Ex all:5Jpm a 7:10 am
Nebraska points a 8:2) am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:20 pm al2:15 pin
Nebraska Ex a 9:15 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln I,ocal b 9 0S am
Lincoln Local a 7:26 pin a 7:50 pm
Schuyler-Platts nouth, ..b 3:05 pm . blO 20 am
Plittsmoutli-low a . .....a 9: 13 am a 8:60 am
Ilellevue-Plattsmouth ..a!2:30 pm a 2:40 pin
...all:50 pm a 7:10 am
Chicago Limited ..
Chlckfco Flyer ...
...a 7:20 am all .36 pm
...a 4.20 pm a 3:56 pm
...a 6:30 pm a 8:00 am
...a 8:15 am all:30 am
St. IxjuIh Ex.
..a 4:40 put all DO am
Kansas C'ty A St. Joe.alO:46 put a 6:45 am
Kansas City A St. Joe.. a 9:15 am 6:10 pm
Kansas City A bt. Joe a 4:40 pro
WEBSTER STA. 13TH Jt WEBSTER
Chleaajo, St. Paul, Mlumeapoll A
Sioux City Express.... b 3.90 pm bll:45am
Omaha Local c 6:20 pm
Biuux City Passenger..., b 9: pm
Twin City Passerger....b 4:30 am
Sioux City Local c 8:35 am
Emerson Local b 1:66 pm bll:80 am
Auburn Local b 1:50 pm bll JO am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, c Sun
day only, d Dally except Saturday.
Omahtt-i 'err. ill Local. . .a i ' pm a 9:30 am
VEggXT SAILINGS BKTWCBM MONTKBAh,
ai'kuKO anu uvgaroui.
Netkiat W.us- a la atlaaue la mtr liisu
SXul all MftKr.
c a bikjiam. A ,
BSt s. ClsrS St., Ckm4 Ilk
Oil All A LITE STOCK 1IARKEI
Small Ban of Cattle and Beef Valnti
miCLS LOWER FOR THE WEEK
Hobs .Mind I p Week la Sllahtly
Hla-her Notrhee Valnes Sus
tained Only on Ikerl Ile
rclpts Few Sheep Itere.
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 23. 1909.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 9.104 2.2 3
Official Tuesday 10r,27
Official Wednesday S.44
Official Thursday 7.I1S
ltriclal Friday 2.031
Estimate Saturday 4C3
Six days this week.-lsaw l.t-2 V,V
P.tme dis last week.... 3V M3 W.7D0 ISO.
Same days 2 weeks sgo..41.us7 24.74J 134.247
Same days 3 weeks ago..M.il3 30.174 131.10!
Same days 4 weeks ago. .32.7.1) 22.912 102. SW
Same days List year. . . .34,&& W.oiO
The following table shows the receipts of
csttle, hogs and sheep st Smith Omaha
lor the year to dnte, compared wun last
year: 19t. TiV Inc. Dec.
Csttle S77 1140 .t2.S. 44.7i4
Hoes I.7.tr7l i.fl'JT.SOi l.,62o
Sheep 1.774.7G3 1.CM.2S3 7 4s0
The rollowlng table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days with comparisons i
Date. 1909. 11908. 11907. 11900. 190b. 1904. 11903.
Oct 13.... I 7 61
I 701 I t 261 I 0S 6 171 6 37
5X t O.M 5 1"! 5 111 5 4
I 5S 01 S3! I 9 12! S 4)t
6 501 i 981 Zrl 5 111 I 5 36
( 42 t 02; ( 16 5 10 6 02 I 23
t to: 6 19 S 10, 4 981
5 21 t OS ( 20) 6 12 b 02 S 12
6 22 ( Ui & 141 k tttj 5 04
I 39 6 98 5 20 6 14 5 0
43 I 87 1 I 11
8 42 6 70 13 6 14 I 6 41
UCt. 14.... 7 40
Oct. 15. ... T
Oct. 16. .
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. II r a.
C. M. &. St. P.
Missouri Pacific I
Union Pacific 3
C. & N W. (east)
C. A N. W. (west)
C, St, P., M. 4 O
C, B. St Q. (east)
C, B. & Q (west)... 8
C. R. I. & P. (east). 1
Illinois Central 1
C G. W
Total receipts 16
Omaha Pkg. Co
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Pkg. Co
Cudahy from Denver.
Armour from Denver.
Hill A Son
Mo.-Kan. Cattle Co..
Total 1S5 2.509 804
CATTLE There was t-e usual small
Saturday's run of cattle i"re this morning,
and the limited offerings included nothing
n the way of beef, values were nomin
ally unchanged today.
As compared with a week ago, closing
quotations are right around 10t15c lower
on all but strictly good to choice beeves.
Despite the liberal receipts this week, the
percentage of beef cattle has been very
small and ail classes of buyers have com
plained of the Indifferent quality of the
offerings. The trade has been rather slug
gish most of the time, and at the close the
general tone to the market is decidedly
What few cows and heifers were In
cluded In the fresh arrivals today changed
hands readily at prices not materially dif
ferent from yesterday, and for that mat
ter very little different from closing quo
tations a week ago. There has been a
very satisfactory outlet all fall for she
stock and the market has been strong from
start to finish, all grades selling to much
better advantage than for several seasons
past. The most noticeable feature of the
trade the last week has been the Increasing
demand from the country for thin stuff,
a good share of the receipts going to feeder
buyers. Veal calvee have commanded firm
figures all week and there has been a good
steady market for bulls, stags and rough
The close of the week finds yard traders
pretty well loaded up with feeding oattlB,
Supplies have been liberal this week,, whlh!
the couuU-y demand has been Very disap
pointing. In consequence value have suf
fered a decline of Vu2dc, the decline being
the heaviest on the good heavy cattle and
least on the desirable light weight stears
and yearlings. The tone to the trade at
the close Is very weak and indications are
that quite a good many cattle will have to
be carried over until next week In specu
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed steers, $7.00fa8.00; fair to good corn
fed steers, $6.00(7.00; common to fair corn
fed steers, $4.60aV.00; good to choice range
steers, $5.2S(iy6.25; fair to good range steers,
$4.&04c5.00; common to fair range steers,
$3.6orn4.40; good to choice cornfed cows and
heifers, $4.0015 00; fair to good cornfed
cows and heifers, $3.25jr4.0r); common to
fair cornfed cows and heifers, $2.0Ora3.25:
good to choice range cows and heifers. $3.80
(&5.2.1: fair to good range cows ana neuers
8j3.20tf3.7S: common to fair range cows and
heifers, 12.253.10: good to choice stockers
and feeders, $4 75fr5 2f: fair to good stocky
era and feeders. U.SOtft.M: common to fair
stockers snd feeders. $2.76E3 50; stock heif
ers. 2.S.Vtf3.7T; veal calves, $3.5Otf7.00; bulls,
stair, etc.. J?.75i4.R0
HOG8-Rscelpts today were 2.&00 head,
as comparvt with 3.100 head yesterday and
3.14S on last Saturday. For the week re
ceipts tola! 19.0!s2. as against IS, 7 JO last week
and 19.632 h?ad for the corresponding week
a year ago. With no material change In
the general condition of the trade today
either as to prices or to movement, the
wek closes with values somewhat higher
than at the close of last week and consld
ei'Hbly higher than figures at the opening
Monday. It will be noted that receipts
while moderate were somewhat heavier
than a week ago and compare favorably
with the limited run of last year. The gen
eral trend of the market seems to be to
ward a lower level of prices, and It Is due
to short receipts only that values are sus
tained. Monday found the market In rather poor
cotidlil n, with pile s ruling ahnut lOo 'ower
than the close of the previous week. Tues
day found very little change, while from
that time on until Thursday values im
proved considerable and finished today
about 15c higher than Monday and some
what higher than at the clues of last week.
The market this morning showed very
little change from that of yesterday, either
as to price or movement. Buyers evidently
wanted a few hogs and started out bidding
prices generally about steady, at which
I basis the bulk of the offerings sold. After
the tarly orders were out of the way, how
ever, the trade was Inclined to weaken, so
that closing figures were somewhat off
3 if01 17 4 '
2 M0 MM
110m me moriiuig oasis. , l ne aemana w asirt,, ., jr;, , , uiahauaa Caiind i i,r ll
sufficient, however, to take care of the ?,"'. 2 do? ?n ctc 11 90 wal-'
offeilngs. to that a clearance was made In J.' 'ft" eurad'7 t da"c' fWo'rn is Tno 1
fh.'mT0?; XTrdavw.:;. ZlVl ' ib "wt. kZTi?. garlic!
.. - i. , a n . 1 , ... 4 svr ce ... 1 . i 11. L6C.
... ... , rw
"I" " " '
bflk at $7.'5fi7.50.
Repr. sentatlve sales:
No. AT. 81. Pr. No. At. Sh. Pr.
0 l'J4 20 1 47V 44 2? t'l I l.tt
44 244 160 T M !H 200 1 i:,
7i X't 40 1 i,. n m ; f, -w,
34 2"! ... J W 4 2J7 ... 7
;...;... .2:8 W I 40 41 i-si 40 D'lt
11 ? :: 7 to m :. 40 iiii
64 m 1 to Ui m to 7 ir
IS bl 11 1 to 61 271 Cw lit
12 117 400 1 W 4.' r.l lt 7 66
44 I'll ... J M T 2h3 411 1 06
13 t'4 ... to e Ml IM 7 41
1 1U1 40 7 Ul it f,4 IM 7 M
ti 34 ... ID IS tl i) 7 65
0 U 60 t 41 tl 2', lWI f it
74 1" 40 t 40 II tSJ 94 1 ti
24 Ml ... 7 60 44 r.1 .., 1 U
15 244 7 62i 4I I'.l ... 7
41 'i iu Ti:t, ill :2a st 7 to
SHEEP 1 here was r.o actual siieep mar
ket loeluy. as is fc-em rally the case on a
Sa'.urday, receipts consisting of only three
double decks, and these were consigned di
rect to a packer.
Total ottering for the we k number 99.000
head, as compared with 120.000 head for the
previous weeK and Ki.uoO head for the cor
responding period of last year. The de
crease In receipts this week Is obviously
an indication that trie big portion ot the
western mutton crop has already been
cashed and range marketings from this
time on promise to grow smaller.
Trade during the last five days has left
quotations on all clauses of slock in about
the same notches as last week's close. Good
killing stuff, especially lambs, r.ot with an
almost urgent demand at the oK,.lng and
commanded prices that were unevenly
higher in nion cases. The i.erien.-y on
handywelght fat sheep and ,ood qlallty
ewes was also higher and the outlet I road.
Tbe strong undertone to the m'a& fur
killers eased off considerably alter the first
two or three days, however, and talues 011
most classes settled bark to last Saturday's
level, leaving the pretent situation about
as it was at that lime. TI10 inquiry for
heavy wethers has been notably stSKnant
thrnuchnut the week end this kind of stock
Is closing possibly a shade lower.
Liberal demand for good feeder stock ha
continued to feature trade lately and de
sirable half-fat sleep, sultshle for "warming-up,"
and good, thin latnlis have real
ised, as a rule, fully steady to stron?
prices. Current values on practically all
kinds of thin stock are quotable at fully
stendy as compared with a week sen. It
must he remembered, however, that conn
uy buyers are eliat ply disci iiniOMtlnc
sgalnst trash old thin ewes, etc., siil
strings that would ordinarily be absorbed
by rural talent at from 81. 76 to 32 2 are be
ing turned over to tbe packer at $l.inu 2 9J.
Character of tbe offerings In gcueial has
differed very llitls this week from the
usual run of range stuff received here
lately, but the outlet has genera!1- been
adequate to receipts and a very fair clear
ance effected on the d.ty of arrival.
Quotations on f:tt sheen and lamhs:
Good to choir lambs, S totf K; fair to
good lambs. itl.SOiiS.M; good llht ent-
linas, $5.0H'.&.3ui good heavy yearlings. $1,75
5 00; good to Choice wrthers. $4 Kfi 4.,'fl,
fair to gnod wethers, $:,.sun4 2S: good to
choice ewes, $3.!h;4.10; fair to g'rnd ewee,
$3.7O1iS90; old canner ewes, 1. 00-300
Quotations on feeder stock: Good to
choice limbs, 3A00irt40; fair to good
3540-aflOO: llt-ht yearlings. I4.8iVTMI.15; heavy
yearlings, 4 3.iff4.; old wethers. $4 10,-4 36:
good to choice ewes, $188.8.131.52: breeding
ewes. 37rj5.60; yearling bdeebing ewes,
t. Loots Live atoek Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. II. CATTLE Receipts,
2.500 head, Including l.flftt Texans; market
Stesdv: native shlnnlnir and evnort toer
W. iftft 8. 40; dressed beef and butcher stcers!4
, r n .. -.-, . . . - .. ... ., a.m.. i
5 2;Vu6.i0; sters under 1.000 lbs., $l.0tk,T5 3f.;
Blockers and feedeis. $3.60ffT5.5: cows nd
heifers. $S.O36.35' ennners. 2 wt)-(f2.50; hulls,
Z 7Wi4.O0; calves. SfrtrS OO; Texas and In
dian stcrs. 83.6045.75: cow-s and heifers.
HOGSRecclpts. 3.000 head; stesdv: pls
and lights. 4r.(XVri7.50: packers, 7.8M77.r,;
butcher- and best heavy. $7.7077.85.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4"0 held,
market steady; native muttons, $:t.2ri 4.ru;
lambs. $tiffV,:.25; culls and bucks, $2.50(a
4.90; Blockers, $3.251. 00.
t htcago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO. Oct. 23.HOG-Receipts es
timated st 11.000 head; market steady;
light, $7.15'g7.70; mixed. $7.80r(t 7.85; heavy.
$7.2f47.90; rough. $7.25'fl7.45; good to rholce
heavy, $7.4:''fr7.90; pigs, $o.2fy7.16; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAM RS Receipts esti
mated at 2,600 head; market weak; native.
$2.404 tl; western. 12.602.70; yearlings,
$4.40j5.36; native lambs, $4.257.20; western,
St. Joseph Lire stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Oct. 23. CATTLE- Re
ceipts, lot head; market steady; steers,
$4.508.25: cows and heifers, $2.5oy6 Si;
HOGS Receipts, 3.700 head; market
Steadv: top, $7.70; bulk of siilcs. $7,3047.60.
SHEEP AND LA MBS-Receipts 600 head;
market unchanged: lambs, $4,501)7.10.
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Oct. 23 (Special Tele
gram) CATTLE Receipts, SOOWfad; market
HOGS Receipts, 1,600 head; market
strong; range of prices, $7.30-7.45; bulk of
stock la Sight.
Receipts ot live stock at the six princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Sioux City ...
St. Joseph ...
Kansas City .
.4.325 28,000 9,204
OMAHA fHaHEItAt, MARKET.
Staple and Faacy Produce Prices Fur
nlshrd by Bayers and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade in 1-1 b, cartons, 3io; No.
1, In AO-lb. tubs, 30Hc; No. 2, In 1-lb. car
tons, 29o: In 60-lb. tubs, 2SWc; packing stock.
2214c; fancy dairy, tubs. 23jj24o. Market
changes every iuesuay.
EGOS Fresh selling stock, candled, 24c;
No. 2, 30.
fUoLlBY-Dressed broilers, 23c; springs,
He; liens, 14c; cocks. 10c; ducks, 15c; geese,
14c; turkeys, 25c; pigeons, per doi., $1.35.
Alive, broilers under 2 pounds, lie ; over
8 pounds, 10c; hens, 11c 1 cocks, 6c; ducks,
full feathered, 10c; geese, full feathered,
9c; turkeys, under 19 pounds. 15c; over 10
pounds, lite; guinea fowls, $2.60 per dos.;
pigeons, 60c per dos.
OYSTERS Selects, small cans, 25c; large,
40c: gallon.. 31. WJ. New York counts, small.
;Mvy lar, 45c: gallon, $2.00; Baltimore
Huiaum H3, small, ; targe, Aic; jrallon
JSli-Fresh caught, almost all are
drfafstd; Halibut, I2tfl3c: buffalo, 8c: trout,
lii;. bluihtuidt, 14c; catfish. 17c; dapples,
sunflsb. Ho; black bass, 25c; whltetlsh,
Uc',' pike, 12c; salmon, 13c; pickerel, 13c;
frog legs, 46c. Fresh frozen, Whlleflsh.
No. 1, 11c; round, 9c; piokerel. dressed and
headless, 8c; pike, dressed, 12c; redsnappers,
12c; Spanish mackerel, ISo; native mackerel,
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, 19c; No. 2 ribs,
12c; No. 3 ribs, 744c; No. 1 loin. 20c: No
2 loin, 13ftc; No. 3 loin, c; No. 1 chuck,
No. 2 chuck, 4c; No. 2 chuck, 4o:
No. 1 round, KVac; No. 2 round, irc; No. I
round, 6c; No. 1 plate, t'u; No. 2 plate
4c; No. 8 plate, 3Ve.
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full cream
twins, 17(17Vio; Young Americas, four In
hoop, 171Sc; dalsler,, 20 In hoop, 18a;
cream brick, full cale. 17C: block Swiss,
18iitl9c; full cream llmberger 16'ul7c; im
ported Swlsa, 30c( Rocquefurt, S.V.0Ci Edam,
110 per dos.; Nenfchatel, 45c per do.
FRUITS Oranges, Vateinia seedless, 94
to 2H8 sizes, $3.76; Florida, all sixes, U2t;
Lemons, extra choice Lunom-ria. 2W to 360
sizes, 85.60; Califoruia fancy, $5.0u; extra
fancy, S5.IA); pears, fall varieties, $2.60;
peaches, Colorado freer-tones, extras, pet
box. 9oc; grapes, Tokays, $1.60; ,N York,
per 7-lb. banket, 21c; prunes, Italian, per
crate, $1.28; cantaloupes, Colorado Rocky
ford, standard sizes, 45 melons, $2.25; pony
else, 64 melons, $1.76; apples, hoilie grown,
cooking, per bu. basket, 75c; pur market
basket, 45c; Jonathans and Snows, tn bbis.,
$6.00; California bellflowers, per box. $1.66;
Colorado boa Jonathans, extra choice, $2.60;
extra .ancy. .i.O); western Ben Duvis, in
bbl. $j.50; Wlnesaps, In bbls., $4.00; quinces,
California, per box, $1.&; grape Hint. Flo
rida. 64 to 64 sizes, $.50; California. 48, 64
and 64 sizes, $3.00; cranberries. Cape Cod,
per bbl., $7.00; per box. $2.60; dates. Anchor
brand, 'M l ib. pkgs. In box, per box, $2.00;
Hoilowe'en date, due ebout November 1,
per lb., 7c; figs, Calif ort.ia, 60 pkgs. 6c size,
in box, 31.85.
VEGETABLES Irish potatoes, per hu.,
TTvg&Oc; Virginia sweets, per bbl., $2. 502.75;
Wisconsin cabbage, per lb.. 1'ac; radishes,
extra fancy home grown, per doz. buncoes,
20c; eilra fancy lettuce, per dos. 46c;
fan?y home grown parsley, per dozen
bunches. 35c;. onions, ted and yellow, In
sacks, per lb.. l)c; Siuiuiuli onions, pet
crate, $1.50; fancy Florida egg plant, dos.,
7dc; tomatoes, fancy home grown, per
market basket. COc; string and wax beans,
per market basket, $1.00; celery, Michigan,
per do, bunches, 35c; Colorado, per 12-lb.
bunch, 75c; mammouth western, per dot
bunches, 65c; cucumbers, hot house, pei
UlDV.S No 1 H-n 10c: No. 1 ciird
Kaana City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY Mo Oct. 23. WHEAT
Unchanged to lo lower; No. 2 hard. $1.07
l.lo; No. 8. $t 04il 0; No. 2 red. Sb40d l.'23:
No. 3, $1 LH, L30; 1 lecember, $l.l'u 1.03'A,
sellers; May $1.0:'; July, no bid.
CORNVnle lower; No. 2 mixed, 59c;
No. 3. Oliu-JC; No. 2 white, 24ei'62c; No.
3. CJ'.li'-ito; December, 5SV4j5Mc, bid;
May, Cjt'WV. bid; July, 60V:. bid.
OATS Unchiinv.ed; No. I white, 404flH4c;
No. 3 mixed, J'u40c.
HA Y Unchanged; choice timothy. $12.00j
12.50; choice prairie, $9.7510.00; cliolco al
falfa. $15 76H8.75. 1
BUTTER Creamery extras, 29V:; firsts,
27Hc: seconds. 2U4C; packing stock. 22c.
EGOS Extras. 25'ic; firsts, 24'c: seconds
and dirties. 22c: current receipts, 21 Wo;
southerns, loss off, 14u.
Wheat, bu 214, OU0 122.W
Corn, bu 6,0uO ' 3-e.OiO
Oats, bu 1'J.OiO 15,000
f'lncluuatl (ieueral Mnrkel,
CINCINNATI. O, Oct. 23 -FLOUR
Steady; wlnte- family, $4 50"(74 80; winter
fancy, $5 00,125.
WliKAlv-Steady; No. 2 red, $12381241,
CORN Easy; No. 2 niixel, 62"44i 2'.vo.
OATS Steady; No. I mixed, 42Vjd!3c.
RYE Firm; No. 2, 77r3c.
Mlwaeapolts Ciralu Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Oct. 23 -WHEAT
December. $1.0.'! V; May, II uCVt; cah: No.
I hard. $1.06,4); No. 1 northern, $1 0u; No.
2. I104S; . 3. $1 02StflOJ V
1;IU .N In loo pound sacks. $19 50.
FIfJl'R Flrsi patents. $."..4041 5. io; second
patents, $5 .2415 30; first clear $1654.75;
second clours, $3.3o4t3.6y
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Continues Quite NcrYous ant
Much Short Staff is Carried. .
CORN IS DULL AUD LANGUID
Wheat nnd rrn Steadied F.nrh 4hel
Until the Cash Market Weak
ened and Then Tatars
OMAHA. "Oct.' .
The wheat market continues very nerv
ous. Considerable short stuff has been cov
ered durlnir tlm last bulai s. but there .still
rntalns a large short Interest ant tm un
(tnui'trdiy will cause very nervooe v n-rt,
eyp rlnllv In the liecrmber option, lnsteao
of the cash values decline t" '1' level ol
the futures It looks as If tfle futures would
advance even with cash.
Corn Is dull and only shows sympathetic
strength with wheat. There Is some heavy
selling In the futures.
ii utii reiuBiiito meady on firm cables
and IlKht trading. The market was lacking
for any feature and speculators stayed out
satisfied to lesve values stationary for the
time being. '1 he cash situation, was un
Corn held steady with wheat tihtfl tht
cash market weakened, and then Value!
eased slightly under severe . selling. Re-
c Ipts are liberal and an early movement of
, . .. . . , i n n .. v. nI..A
t ne new crop will effeot cash prices tem
Primary wheat receipts were l.SCl.OOt bu.
and shipments were 4i.it.o00 bu., against re
ctlpts last year of 1.10t..00 bu. and ship
ments of 614.0UO bu.
Primary corn receipts were 360.000 bu.
and shipments were H73,0u0 bu., against
rtc.'lpts Inst year ot 264.000 bu. and ship
ments of 177,000 bu.
Clearances were 27,000 bu. or enm, ji
hu. of onus and wheat and flour equal te
431.000 bu. . ,
Liverpool closed VI blglier to Vd lowei
on wheat nnd d higher bn com,
Loral range of options: .
Artlcli8. Open. High. Low. Closs. Ys y.
Wheat. I I ' ' 1
Dec... 8.. 99i 99H 99V 9t
May... 99' 99 SOW 99V1
Dec... 56H MCSi 56. B
May... 68i 681 6S W &KS
Oatr I I 1
Dec... ST 38 4Ti .38 -SIT,
May... 40' . 40 )
Ouiaha cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, $1 .(CVi 1.04; No. I
hard. 9l'cui$1.01; No. 4 hard, lV98c; No. t
spring, $1,014)1.03; No. 3 spring, 9Vc4)l.01;
No. 4 spring, 92gf.6oi " '
CORN No. 2. fcr'fc5lVic; No. 3, Bfi-iJC.fl'-ici
No. 4, 55tv(u5Cc; No. 2 yellow, 66V'56'1e
No. 3 yellow, 56i4(5tlVic; No. 2 white, 69o;
No. 3 white, 6HMi5t)C. -
OATS No. it mixed, S7c; No, I yellow,
ST'xiiasc; No. 3 white, SSc; No. 4 white,
37V't.lNc; standard, 3S',.fl3KHe.
RYE No. 2, 6Jc; No. 3, CttliSc
Car Lot Receipts. :
Wheat. C6m. Oats
Chicago 141 8
Minneapolis 3S0 ... ...
Omaha 62 85 41
Duluth 405 "
NEW YORK GENERAL ' MARKET
Quotations of tbe Day on Various
NEW YORK, Oct. JS. FLOUR Receipts,
3fl,;oo bbls.; exports, 1J.3T1O bbls.; nominally
higher, with business quiet. Minnesota
pm cuts, $0,3045.60; Minnesota bakeis, $4,604;
4.10; winter patents, I5.85b4i.76; winter
straights, $5.2.i;t5.40; winter extras, $4.40
4.90; winter low grades, $4304i4.60; Kansas
straights, $4,902(5.15. Rye, flour, firm; fair
to hood. $4.154i4.2u; choloe to fancy, $4..10?
4.55. Buckwheat flour, firm; bulk, $2.35,
nominal, per 100 pounds. '
CORNMEAI Steady; fine white and yel
low, $1.60411.66; coarse, $1.40411.45; kiln dried,
RYE steady; No. 3 wnMern. tva, nomi
nal, f. o. b.. New York.
BARLEY Quiet ; feeding, 6W4T62C, nominal,
c I. f., New Y'ork.
WHEAT Rec ipts,- 96,000 - bu.; exports,
79.000 tju.; spot market firm; No. I red,
$l,23ft. nominal, elevator; No. 2 red, $1 234
asked, to arrive, f. o. b., afloat; No, 1
northern Duluth, $1.15, nominal, Y. o. b.,
afloat; No. 2 hard winter, 41.23, nominal,
f. o. b., afloat. There was another jump
in December wheat this morning, due to
foreign buying and active covering at
shorts. Offerings were very light, world s
shipments smaller and outside markets
firm. Last prices here s;iowed NttHc net
rise. December closed at $1.13-; May
cloned at (1.12H-
CORN Receipts, 11,250 bu.; exports, 1,200
bu.; tpot market steady; No. 2, elevator,
i0 -.0 delivered and 69'c, nominal, f. o. b.,
afloat; No. 2 yellow, 70c, nominal. Option
market without transactions, closing net
unchanged. December closed at Gc; May
closed at C93c.
OATS Rceipta, 33,550 bu,; exports. 820
bu. ; tjpot market steady; natural while,
24 to 32 lbs., 4Ja4;'c; clipped white, 34 to
42 lbs., 46Hcf48'.ic.
HAY Firm; No. t, 804)8&c; good to choice,
HIDES Firm; Bogota, Z1422c; central
Ll-JATliER Firm; acid, zzfersuo.
W'OOI Steady; domestic fleecer, 3C4737c.
PROVISIONS Beef, utiirt; family. 118 Wl
14.M'; mess, $11 004; 11.50; beef- hams, $24.30ij)
26.60; packet, $l2.0Ogl2.60; city extras India
mess $21.00)21.50. Cut meats, quiet; pickled
bellies, $L3.60(il4.26- plokled hams. $13.20ui
14 00, Lard, barely steady: middle west.
$12.004713.00; refined, etoady; continent,
$13 65; South Ami riea, $14.00; compound,
$9.12:310.26. Pork, firm: family, $26.00J
27.00; short clear. $24.0026.00; mess, $25.7a.
TALLOW steady; --city, (ro; country.
RICE Firm; domestic, twano.
St. Louis General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 2S.f-WHHAT Lower:
track. No. 2 red. caeh. ll.2Ml.26; No. I
hard, $1.04rl.lO; December, l.Ou101.O6Ti;
CORN weak; track. No. I cash, eiVic;
December, 6lA4l58Hc; May, 61o; No. 2 while.
61Vic . '-
OATS Weak ; track, No. 3 -cash, 3H'9
3ac; December, 39'c; May, 4242vio; No.
2 white, 41 Vie . . ,
RYE Hlguer; 74',io. ,
POULTRY Weak; chickens, 9o;v springs,
11c; turkeys. 13Si'aUc; ducks, Ho: goese, Tc.
BUTTER Steudy ; creamery, 2tjile.
EGGS Higher; IMHc.
METALS Lead, $4.27Vi. Spelter, firm;
FLol'il l.'nchonge-d; red winter patents,
$6.7041 6.00; extra fancy and straight, $6. 10 J
5.00; hard winter clears, $4.00444.30.
SEED Timothy, $2.76413.06.
CORN MEAL $110.
BRAN We-ik; sacked, east track; $10244 .
HAY Steady; timothy, $12.(8l6.00; pra
irie. $10.00 12.00.
IRON SUTTON TIES 80c.
BAGGING 6 Sic
HEMP TWINE 7c. '
PROVISIONS Pork,' unchanged; Jobbing,
$23.25. Lard, lower; prime steam, $12,304?
12.40. Dry salt' meats, 'unchanged; boxed,
extra shorts, $12 00; clear ribs, $1200; short
clears, $12.25. Hacon, unchanged; boxed ex
tra short, $13.00; clear ribs, $13 00; short
Flour, bbls , 7.300 ., 9.000
Wheat, bu .L'U.OOO ' . tn.500
Corn, bu .12.000 ;
Oats, bu 81,500 41.600
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADF.I.PHIA. Oct.. 23. Bl'TTER
Firm: extra western creamery, 830; near
by prints. S.'c.
EGGS Firm: Pennsylvania snf other
nearby firsts, free canes, 29c at mark; cur
rent receipts In returnable cases, 27o at
mark; western firsts. fre cases, 21c at
mark: current receipts, free cases, 2447370
CHEKSE firm; New York full creams,
choice, Iti'-x47l6c; fair to good, 16Mgi,
Mverpol Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 23. WHEAT Spot,
quiet; No 2 red western winter, nominally
7s lO'-id. Futures, quiet; December, 7s6d;
March. 7s7'i.d; May, 7s 6A,L
CORN Spot, quiet; new American mlaed,
via Gulvohton, 6s Id. Futures, steady; Oc
tober, 5s3'd; Iieceniher. 4d.
Toledo heed Market.
TOLEDO. Oct. 23 HEED Clover; casli,
SB 2'; October, $9.25; December, $J.30; Maroli,
Ti MOTHY Prime, $1.
ALHIKE Prime. $8 15; October, ' $3.16;
December, $b.30; March, $K4&.
FEOIUA. 111.. Oct. 23. CORN-StesdV
No. 2 yellow, 60v?jOu4c; No. S yellow, 60'o
No. S. jV-c.
OATS Stead:; atsndard, 40tic; Ni. I
white, ulOc; No. 4 white, 39c.
Duluth brail Market. ,
DULTTTH, Oct. 23 December, SI OTii
No. 1 northern, flCvi No. t Borlhera.
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