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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1910)
TIIK OMAHA SUNDAY BKE: SEPTEMBER 11, 1010.
CHAIN AND I'liUDuic MktT
Wheat Values Still on Decline, with
CORN PRICES ARE ALSO DOW5
Rearlah ratlsaeal laflaearee the
Market -aiecka dive Preealoe ef
Beleg Urratrr Thea Last
uturea, omst. iether. Jl",ll Iseasmher,
fsd. atari h, ; u,d.
CiKN-eimt. eeay; old Amst-tr-an mil'!,
Fotnrea, quint; S ptembe r, 4sssd;
.k tober. 4 tvi- .
OMAHA. Sept. 1. WIO-
WheAt values tortay followed th decline
' which hss been steady during the lat
week. Ihii net loon In cah value for n
week hu been 2jla liomesllc and foreign
i'mtncl has shoan very littla activity.
The com iltuatlon l bearish, considering
stocks atlll In reserve, a"d present tndica
;iona for a larger crvp than iat year, bar
Mr. severe frost damage. Cash demand la
more active fur the last two daya.
Primary wheat receipts were 1.2W.00O bu.
and cnii.niwiis ware W.oO bu.. against re
ceipts last year of 1.24.00 bu. and anip
iiicuU of 7U1 ("O bu.
Primary corn receipts were tX.OW bu.
end shipments were V..U00 hu.. against le-
reipts last year of 61i,wo0 bu. and snipments
of pTl.uuu bu.
Clearances wara IS 000 bu. of corn. LOW
bu. of at and wheat and flour equal to
a.1 uw ou.
Liverpool closed unchanged to sd lower
on wneat and 'm'J-.d lower on corn.
rhe weakness in wheat waa marked again
today and samples offered weie bid In
Vc lower. Tradets are Inclined to think
J lie break haa been sufficient and that
values will firm uii from these levels.
The forested frost did not materialise
and early corn tradea wera sharply lower.
Offerings were not burdensome, however,
and clusfng cash puces wara about 70
Oauka Caak l"Ht.
KHtAT-No. 1 hard. 94N,ii!iic; No.
IirxJ. 9esf7c; No. 4 hero. s";v(r1 re
jected hard. etv9c; No. 2 spring, sosnt-M-vu;
No. spin.g, M'vilc; No. 4 spring. He.
CORN No. 2 white. UVkfroec; No. a white,
U'Atl.'e: No. 4 while. l:Wi.: No. X yel
low, otiose: No. 2 yellow. lVj"'2Hc; No
yellow. No. 2. i2i,;;4c; No. ,
tlS'uUc; No. 4, j''u.W-c; no giade, 47
OATS No. it white 21Mi31Vc; standard.
31-&31W; No. I white. SOVti 3lsc; No. 4 whit.
aocJOSc; No. t yellow, ioGJuV; No. 4 yel
low, SSVilH0c. .
BARLEY 33c; Ko. 1 feed, MfcoSc; re-
RYE No. 2. 755r7Sc; No. 1, 74875c
. Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago 1U its ITS
Omaha 3 17
HEtTIICR 11 TIIK KRAI BtXT
Tkla VlelaMr Taalakt.
OMAHA. Nek, rpt. 10. 1110.
The wave of pool weather .that spread
ever the upper Missouri and upper Mio-
sippl valleys ThurMsy ti ght nas con
tinued eaat and south, and now being
It In the lower valievs. and throughout
the east and south. 'reslng temperature
occurred again last night at polnta in the
astrema upper valleys, and ilgnt frosts are
reported at pMnts In the upper laka region
nd the middle Mlwrisalppl villey. lm-
peraturea are higher this morning In the
pper MiRsisvippI and upper Missouri val
leys, the northwest, throughout the moun
tain region and west to th ooasU Shorn -
era occurred within the last tmenty-iour
hours In eastern Tarmensi-e, North C aro
lina, and on tba west gulf coast; elsewhere
the Weather haa remained fair during the
act twt-nty-four hours. It is generally
leer this morning In the central vsueys
nd throughout tne west, sua conditions
re favorable for continued fair In tl.it
vicinity tonight and Sunday, with slowly
1S10. 1. 19t. 17.
Minimum temperature 1 K fc nl
Precipitation .w .W .u
Normal temperature for today, es oegreea.
Deficiency In precipitation since March 1,
Lmflcirncy. corresponding period In ivm.
Leflcincjr ooi rebponding period In IM.
U A. WtU!H, Local Forecaster.
(era a ad Wheat Regrtoa Balletla.
For Omaha. Nab., fci tne twenty-foiir
hours anduig it I a n.. TCth meridian tints.
baturday, 8eptember 10. ISIS:
Piatlon. Max. Jain. fall.
IHICAUO GRAIN AH D PBOV HIOSI
Kea tares af the Trad la aad CToalag;
Prlcea oa tke Board ef Trade.
CHICAGO. Sept. 10.-Uquidation, said to
be largely lor a prominent speculator,
who waa a big factor in the July wheat
v trade and who changed his July holdings
r" to December, weakened prices today. A
' scarcely leaa Important cause waa sym
pathetic depreosion with cuin, predicted
frofet having failod to da anv. serious dam
age. Tne finleh in wheat mil SaSc under
ittKt nint a rigures; corn showed a net loss
of c to IStlVrC. and oats. c. Ltet
Buoiatlons tor htg products were at Tne
advance to z4C dt-cllne.
Raiding by elevator concern and by
amniier proiAasionai speculators had
a hare in pulling down wheat prlcea. Al
together the trade waa quite an active
one, and epecially so for Saturday. Bulla
were aomewhat taken off their feet tem
porarily by private cable dispatches to the
erieoi uiax ttussia waa ottering wheat at
iiKUres u,uai to v4jtw under Chicago. 1
waa not until some time later that there
wua an adequate explanation exception
ally poor quality or tne Ruaaian grain
some further reassurance came In the
shape of a report that twenty boatloads
nan Dean sola ror export at tne Atlantic
seaboard. December ranged from Sftic te
l.Ui1, with final sales at Hsc to WV3Vka.
a net losa of Vs9Sc to ,c.
Indications that frost danger had been
pasaed for the time heme took the props
jrom unaer tne com market. Xhe BCD'
. tember option, which was the weakest of
"the list yesterday, waa relatively the
strongst today.; December fluctuations
were between 64e and fc, with the
close steady at Ho to 64ti4T4ci with a
net loss et I'M to 1S&1Vc. The caah
markf t was' weak. No. 1 yollow closed at
. The week' receipts of oats were the
smallest In . four reare for this dallverv
December varied from 4Vs4"C closing
Ttvic uown at .)c.
Dealers in provisions were slow to fol
low any advance. Prices aee-sawed. fin.
lehlng tlViii;'o up for pork, I'Vo-ic higher
tor lard and at ike loaa to 2Wc gain for
F leading future ranged as follows:
Articles. Open.j High. Low. Close.) Tesy.
May. .11 otai-
Oats 1 I
f nra 1
1 06s 1 ti 1 0SV,V4
7T 57',fr68 e6V4
s;S! KJV ttt
J1S 22V4I 30 m
19 liti UN 1 is IZt
u 1 a 11 70
12 X7H! 1! SO
11 77m U 70
10 10 V
11 M I 11 MSI 11 S5
11 7 11 11 75
Cah quotations were aa follows:
f lAJl. It bteady; winter patents. $4 40
on ,iui, n.iivi p;, spfiiig straignta.
RVK No. 2. 73c.
BAKLET Feed or mixing old 1. 5T(j3c
good to choice msltinu innl. cvnw-
SEEDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern, ttij
no. 1 northweetem. K.74. Timothy, 27.504
5fl. Clover. UO.LMii li-bv.
. , rKO liON8 Meaa pork, per bN., 13075
ti-ii-VO. Lrd. per MO Iba.. tU.r.'t. t-hort riba,
idra (loose). $ll.iau.ii0; abort clear sides
tboxed). Ill 2S4J U i.
Total clearances ef wheat and flour were
equal to Xdl.wiu bu. Primary receipts -vere
1,ji,a) bu.. compared with l,3M.uuu bu, the
corresponding day a year aao.
Krlimated receipts for Monday: Wheat. M
vo... emu, n inri; oais. uo cars; hogs.
t'lilcitgo Cash Prices Wbeat: No, 2 red
suii,ic; No. S red, k'.fciw.yr; No. 2 hard.
"U's'v. iv. iiiiu, ni(i.c; rso. 1 north
em spring, U14(1 14; No 2 northern sprin
41liul.ll; No. 1 spring, ionjli ot 'orn: N
.1 cu.h. KV,UUV; No. 1 cash. Sac; No.
white, MVM.itc: No. I white, iSiiuic
-o. a yrnow, &.u.Stc; no. t yellow, hi-m
o-c. uais: ao. x own, sc; jno. i white,
U1VUS4c; No. I while. t-jSV; No. 4 while,
ilnjiv; standard. ii(ivc.
lUTTLk- Eaiyi ci-anierles. 2tSt(c;
KUUS-bleady, at mark, cases Included,
MuKc; receipts, 4.tii oases; firsts, 21c; prime
I'HEbiiE-Steady; daisies. l.c; Iwlns,
1'J 1S"; young Americas. 16'u"lic; long
lKiTATuE.S Firm: choice to fancy. 8.
.: fsir to good, TSQiOc.
POVLTkT Firm; turkeys, ISc; fowls,
VKAl Firm; :0 to 60-lb. weights, WHc;
CO to 0-ih. weights. WjS'tc; si to 110-lb.
Chicago Heceipte-Whest. 142 csrs:' eora.
I carf; oats. 17 cars. Estlmsted Tomorrow-Wheat,
to cars; corn, cars; oats.
Aihlend, Neb.... a
Auburn, Neb te
Broken B w. Neo. e
Columbus, Neb... 47
Culbertson, Neb.. 4
rairbury. Neb... 71
Fairmont, Neb... b4
1 Jr. Island. Neb.. 6s
Hartlngton, Neb. ml
WMtiUKa, Neb... Si
takdale. Neb to
Omaha, Neb S3
iekamaJi. Neb... 61
Alia, la 6
Carroll, la t4
Ciarinda. la 86
Sibley, la 4
aioux City, la.. M
period ending at I a, m.
Culua-.bus, 0 17
Louisville, Ky 1
Indianapolis, Ind.. 1
Coicago. Ill - M
BL LaU1S, MO 11
les Moines, la... 14
Minneapolis, Minn, SO
Kaiisaa City, Mo.. 24
Omaha, Neo 1
The weather Is warmer In Nebraska, the
Dakotas and Minnesota this morning, but
mucn cooler in otner portions of the
corn and wheat region. Frosts occurred
at three stations In the Chicago district.
one station in tne ioiuinbus district, three
stations In tlie Des Moines district, one sta
tion in the ht Louis district and freexinx
temperatures occurred at four stations in
the Minneapolis district.
L A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather bureau.
HEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Max. Mia. fall.
. 70 44 .00
SO 52 .uw
72 40 .00
72 46 .00
M Sa .00
68 49 .00
4aoatlaa ef the Day oa Yarloae
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. FLOUR-Qulet;
spring patents, l.4oHjt 75; spring clears. t4K
b-t 00; winter extras No. 1. S2.75&S.1IO; winter
extras No. 2. 13.5uti2.i5; Kanaaa straights.
M.Hor-4.la. Rye flour, quiet; lair to gooO,
M.2o(!4.2&; choice to fancy, t4.204.4'J.
CORNMEAXi Steady: fine white and yel
low, I1.4uxL4; coarse, fl.35Ul.40: kiln dried.
WHEAT Spot market. eaiy; No. 2 red.
1.13H; elevator and $1.03V f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern Duiutn. ilzl i. o. d.
Futures: Liberal offerings by commission
houses, a break In corn and heavy world's
shipments senta wheat prices off Vc this
morning and the close wss , to H net
lower. September closed, liar; December,
S1.071; Msy. (1.11 V Reoeipts, 14,400 bu.
CORN t pot market easy: No 2 oorO.
oc;t elevator, dorneetto basis, to arrive;
No. 2. etc f. o. b. afloat. Futures market
waa without transactions, closing Ho lower
to Ho higher. . September closed. 6sc;
December, etc; May, fcc Receipts, 4,aO0
bu. Shipments. 1UHM bu.
OATS Spot market, steady; new standard
'hlte. 37c; No. 2 white, 3Wc; No. 2,
J7,xc; No. 4. 27c Futures market was with
out transactions, closing He to lc net
lower. September closed, &c; December,
54c; May, 6VC Receipts, 67.IMJ bu.
HAY Steady; prime, flUiLla; No. 1.
II M: No. 2. S1.00; No. 2, 86c.
HIDIS Wuiet; Central America, Vuc;
HOPS DulU state, common to choice.
lfeet, wolic; 1. nominal; Pacific coast.
11M0, locj lac; IDOs, nominal.
PROVISIONS rora, steaay, mess, xs.su
424.(10; family, I2o.tfiji.0o; snort clear, S!.oo
t(44.&0. Beef. firm; mesa, $15.00615.50
laniuy, iiv.umai w tiems. s.wu4.uu. lui
meata. steady; pickled bellies, lv to 11 lbs..
Iodise; pickied nam a, 14SJle Lard, steady;
middle west pnme. iu.couiz.7U; rerined,
steady; continent, I12.lv; south America,
112.75; compound. UH611c
TALXA)V wuiet; prime city, hhds., 7c;
country. 7H66C 1
CHtKSE Steady: state, whole milk,
special. liH117c; state. nole mlik. fancy,
lHc; state, whole milk, choice, 15c; state,
whole milk, good to prime. lW14c; state,
whole milk, common to bur b<ci
skims, full to special. 2&12Hc
BL'TTER pleady, crtamery specials,
I2i;sc; extras, 31c; uiird to firsts,
U-oOc; extras, 2HsMlc; uiird to firaia,
ui..aUi!: atate dairy, oomiuun 10
23i&c; procesa seconds to specials, 23(027c;
weetern factory, June make. 224c; west
ern I ml tattoo creamery,
KGOS Steady; state. Pennsylvania and
aeatby hennery, wbita, tkiM.. atate. Penn
sylvania and hear by hennery, gathered
white, ztaosoc; aiaie. rennayivarua and
aearby hennery, brown, 2ti3uc; state, Penn
sylvania and nearby gatherad brown. aWr
Ike; fresh gainered. extra first, ajrjsc,
list. 234c; second. tK23o.
POULTRY Alltre. quiet; swingcie, H
ei7c; fowls, 17c; turkeys, 12Bl5c; dressed,
quiet; western broileis. lTouc; fowls, 14
17'.ic; spring turkeys. J&tfc
St. Leiats Cicsieral 'Market.
FT. LOUIS. Sept. lOi-WHEAT Futures,
lower: September, WHe; ' December, $1.00H:
May, 1 OoHlul.O; cash, weak: track. No. t
red.-11 o0 1.04; No. 2 hard, JUmijlo.
CORN Futures, Lower; December, K34c;
May, 57c; cash, lower; track. No. 2, 67V:;
whlre. 580 ac.
OATS Futures, lower; December, 23i3
SHo: May. Sb-c. Cash, lower; Tiack, No. 2,
SO'AtjSlc; No. 2 white. 3tc.
RY F, L'nchanRed. Tsc.
TLOCR Steady, red winter patents. 25 00
f6.5u; extra fancy and straight, Hw&-4 W;
hard winter clears. S2.40r3..
SEED Tlmothv, S3 .iVtfK.5.
CORN MEAL J li
BRAN Unchanged; sacked least track).
I'ROVISIONS-Pork. unchanged; Jobblne
Politics Fail to Brin; About IteU'ng
EXCORD-BREAKI50 CORN CROP
Meveaaeat ef tirmla la Kaseeted to
Help the Traaawwrtatlea LI see te
Reeaaerate frea Effeete ef 1
errased Cet f Oweratlea,
NEW YORK, Sent- 18 (Bpecial Tele
gram.) Dullness is barely broad enough to
cl.aractense the stock market this week.
PoUtict- hsve perhspe had some part in
tne stsgnation. but the relusal of the
public to act in the gams is really where
me trouble lies.
Altn.'ugh It cannot be said there was any
pronounced disturbance of conf ideix-e,
nevertheless there was Increased timidity
snd conservstlm on tne part of merchant
anrt manufacturers, which resulted tit s-me
i-neck to the improving tendency of ti-ade
in the recent pant. And the end of this
political excitement Is not yet st hand, as
tne Maine election will occur Monday and
after that will come contests in varioua
states lor the control of nominating con
ventions and finally there iil follow the
November elections, which will decide Uie
complexion of the next house of represen
tatives, a matter upon which great public
mieretit converges at the moment.
There might be just apprehension In a'l
this as to tne future of tne country's trsde.
If the nation did not hsve behind it In
llutnces of a commanding nature that
must eventually override whatever political
results of the November election.
Big; fsra I'roa,
These Influences are to be found In the
year's harvests, which are now rapidly ap
proaching consummation. A careiul study
of the products of the soil will reveal a
proi-pecuve outturn that assumes the
Highest choice at the present Juncture.
.1 lie government crop reports of tne week,
with the preceding ones Issued, form a basis
for calculation In the premises. There is
now every indication tnat the corn yield
will be s.utKi.Oou.OOO busheis. which will be a
record harvest, and which will be felt
throughout the ramifications of trade, and
v.hich will enable the larmers to prepare
their cattle for the market, something tnat
is greatly needed to- bring down tne coat of
living. Furtnermore, tne movement of
this immense crop will nive much employ
ment to transportation lines and assist
tlieni to recuperate from the effect of the
Increased operating growing out of an ad
vance in a ages.
It Is now generally conceded that the
late Improvement n spring whet will
bring the combined harvests of winter and
spring wht up to ;u,Ou0,O0O bushels.
Already, the farmers are rushlruj this
wheat to market, arid storage fatilmoe are
being overtaxed. The crop or oats will
rise above l.Ouu.OOO.OOO bushels, and the
barvext of hay will be a large one, with
a quality of fciS per cent, and a yield per
acre of L34 tons.
Kstlmate u C'ettsa.
Estimates of the cotton crop have recently
risen to 12.0uj.0W bales. There are
numerous otner crops that are usually re
garded aa of minor importance, but, which
reach an aggregate value of hundreds of
millions of ooliara. It Is said, of course,
that It is too early as yet to figure ac
curately upon tne value of the final
harvests of the year, but Just now the
populnr estimate Is f9.0uu.iMi.oiu. It may
posfcibiy go above that total. In this con
nection tne New- Orleans fig-ures of last
year s comparatively small cotton crop 0
10.000.0u0 bales are very interesting. The
value of that crop, not Including cotton
seed products, amounted to 77,&H,0a6. the
largest amount ever realised for any crop
of the southern staple. Adding cotton
seed, the total value was brought up to
liii.Kit.(rii. an enormous amount fur a
single uroduct of the country.
Tula great muss of agricultural wealth
cannot be -duplicated by any other nation
of the world, and certainly forms a very
solid foundation for the restoration of the
prosperity to the country, such aa was
witnessed In liMML and also in lw'7, previous
to the memorable panic near the dose of
It will be clear from the figures printed
that the situation possesses the requisite
elements for encouragement on the part
of the financiers, merchants and manu
facturers. What the country needs to
further the process of rehabilitation Is rest
from political excitement and wrangles, but
If this rest is not secured after the com
pletion of the harvests there is every rea
son to believe that the brilliant baxls tor
prosperity will arouse the latent spirit of
American energy and then the country
will recuperate rapidly under a sentiment of
optimism, 'just as It did in the last half of
Number or sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
salsa. Bigk. Low. Cicae.
Kimi Otr ftr Li. h. 1U .
Iiuii cur sioek Tar, ,
km nr.. C. la. !'
vu w.tae ts. m.
Uirjl Ou t. Mil ...
OmU 4V C. v
Oniaua A -". B St. Bf , ..
(muha 4 C. I. s, Kr at. 1KB.
mat H. f. la, 114.....
P.rin t. I T. k, 1 ,
ftrkane m iniaet sma. tm. irm ...
turn stock ttnla tort. ?mk
Ibiu4 R f4.. Lls ,
trt-Ciu aallwsy a iki ,
New Yevk Meaey Market.
NEW YORK. rVpt. 10 MONET On rail,
nominal; time loans, very dull and soft:
sixty days. I54 per cent; ninety daya. 4
fi4H Pr cent; six months. 4Vt'U per cnt.
PRIME MERCANTILE PALK-44
BTEULINQ EXCHANOB-Easy, with se
tual business In bankers' bills at 14 (W'tt
4 ki0 for sixty-day bills and it MM for
demand: commercial Mils, t4.r$4.UH
6ILVER liar. 54c; Mexican dollars. 44c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad. Ir
regular. Closing quotations ea bonds toe ay were
m Int. St. M slH
.11 ita s M
.11 ae IS, hs
.llK- C. so. 1st ts.... n
.111 U. Wk. ltl.... U
.114 u N. anl. 4a TM
. twM. k. A T. 1st 4.. 7
f'l es 4Ss ilV
Am. t t. . ,iv" fflo. renno 71
Am. Tobarcw t N. R. R. t M. SM si
4 4a KS N. T. . Ina M
Armmr Co. 4Hs.. Mk 4 4rk. Is si
t. I ta. reg
tl. . 4. ne
AllttOsl. 1st 5.
Am. Ax. S
. K. T.. N. H. H
1i r la ltfV.
.! N. w. at a, 4s.. Wit
. 4e eon. a,
. HKi. Pcin ltl
. f 4e as n4
. O. g. U tMf. 4s ...
. t rvnn. ct. Iki Ult.. M
. 0o m, nt
54IIairit m. 4,
St. U A a. r. (g. 4a sm
.! 4o an. t, m
. St. U g. W. a. 4
Cklise A A .. 4o 1st goli 4s..
C. 8. 4 I- 4a.... M fteakxars a. U 4m.
4o gen. 4 " Bn. Pacific toL 4s
C. M. A g. P. g IH, 1 4 scv.
C. R. I. A P. e, 4s.. 7I4 l.t ft. 4s...
io rrg. 4s..'. ie to. Riiwr la....
Coin. Ind is 4o (ea. 40
Colo. M l. 4 I'nion Pwriiie 4a..
1. 4 I. 1. t 4 ea ev. 4a
do rv. 4s
a. c U in at...
Bui. A Ohio 4s...
o s. w. ass...
Bra. Tr. c. 4s
'a. of ba. ta...
Cen. Leathor is...
C. st N. J. g is.
Cb. A Otila 4H
D. A H. ev.
1. a R. O. 4s
do r(. I
Erl p. 1. 4s
flo s. 4s
do . U. ssr. A.
4o srriM B.
t4 do 1st A ret.
K C. B. Robber .
1W V t. Staet td ia
4Va.OPo. Chem. ta.
umtuii im ta 10
71 i, do in 4s.... w
T Wnttem Md. 4s H4j
tt Woau Blec. tr. 4... W
ln. Kiec. ev. ta...l. ontnl
III. Out. lit rat. 4s. M Mo. PaciMe r
Int. Mt. 4a Til
riearlasr Hawse Bank Stateneat.
KEW YORK. Sept. 10 The following le
the New York clearing house summary
of the weekly statement of banks for the
week ending beptember 10:
Loang , :. .T.Sl,7eS.0M
Circulation 44.. WOO
Specie 28j.7-.W .
Legal tender th,iD7j
Reserve required .... iy.Hii.0.0
Surplus 2I.M2.0 4
Ex. V. S. deposits.... SO.fcA.OJO
Clearing house banks' actual
this day: .
OilAdA LIVE SlQCtv 1-ARiLET
Good Cattle Stead?. Common ' Kinds
Lower for the Week.
HOGS TWIXTY HIGHEE TOS WEEK
Rets)ts ef sheep aad Leases fer tke
Week Largest Hrrard, kat
Steady Price Are Gener
HOUTH OMAHA. Pept. 10. 1110.
RecelDtS were. Oatlla.
Official Monday li.M
Offlrlal Tuesday u.0.4
Official Wednesday 4v
Official Thursday 4.
Official Friday 2.0-J
Estimated baturday luO
Wx days this week 39 Mi
Same days lut week....40.Hj
Same days S weeks ago.. Is 3
Same days 2 weeks ago. .
Seme days 4 Week ago..2i.!4
Same days last year... .110.4
The loiiowlnt: tatle shows th rectipls t
cattle, bogs and sheep at rxiuth Omaha tor
the year te date, as compared with Ust
rear: lid lnut . Inc. Dec.
CatUe 7J7.rri K67.3P7 So.rS
Hogs J,4.7.M 1,741. V21 ....... 25.li0
Sheep L401,0;j 1.0M;2 J0.Sa
"v foiioainu table tirnsi the averags
prkea of hogs at south Omaha for lb '
everal aya. with comparisons:
Vs.wti lei. 717
Dates. 1 isi:. im.iuoa.iiM.iii(u.ira 1104.
S 7H I 82 4S
s m I svi a 3
S T S7I 521
I 4tl 5 CI 5 U
s of 1 m,
S 17H Jli
00). I W,
i I 1 VI
pecislly broad, feeder tuyera taking strings I
ss ttiev caiiie, I "is tug all, Ftntg aright
fe1rr (stubs "l1 ar.nnd kt at. 4(1. nh
good ot, sorted for t-M-e, at s xi and b.t
ter. Uxtit weight lambe wre ver- plr,Mru
and dosed a little lower, lo 7f.tr i 40 buying
Kleahy feeler ewes were wanted a( P jf
IM. but thin, common grade were ng
le ted somewlist, moving aa low It Vi
y.Arr wethers went at 01 near S4v4i5
Feeder yfsrlmgs wer rather scarce, p. dvi
5 ?S buying good light ones, with rough.
wiinklr grade as low aa M so.
The oiarkel tor rat stork haa also been
In splendid condition. Oood fat lambs sold
around witn prime grades quot
able at 75. Fat ewes of good quality
ranced from 22 v 90, and good fat weth
er sold around H lr64 . only a little
higher than prices on feeder grades. Prime
yeat lings wer quotable at IA 4fti5 U. but
prim kinds were lacking and top re
mained untested. Hulk 04 fat yearlings
went to the sralra at M Thtji 2ft.
In a gr-neral way, all classes of stork.
both feeder and fat. are closing on a good,
firm baxte. Old thin ernes and thin, light
lambs developed some weakness, but th
big end of reoelpts held steady, desirable
feedirg grades cloning a shade higher
Quotations cn grass sto-k: ooou te choice
lambs. 2t5"tj7l: fsir to gw4 lambs. KK-ll
(.50: feeding lambs, $& 7M 50; hsndy-walght
yearlings. fe.ltia.W; heavy yearltnga 4
00: feeder yearlings. lVOtMn.20; good to
choice wethers. 54.1M 'i 'air to good
wethers. S4 0O&4 1S: feeding wethera. U rtt
4 20; breeding ewes. 14 2a4 i5: fat ewes, $5
64 15: feeding ewes. 12 76150.
Ifil Idaho lambs
142 Idaho lambs .
J7 Idaho lamba
404 Idaho lambs
Xto Idaho ewes
Sb4 liia ho lambs
M Idaho lambs, feeders...
St4 Idaho lambs
El Idaho lambs
12 Idaho lamba ,
535 Idaho lambs
SUPPLY OF COLD IS GREAT
5 I5j 5 7 5 Hi J
5 HI i- o J. 1 a a
fc Mi 5 M 5 5 22
1 lu IM all
s 1H t svl ( b S S2! I l f
S 7 S; ss; 1 K 5 Mi I '
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the I. nion Block tarus. fouth oniaiia, for
twenty-tour hours ending at i o'clock yes
Cattle H ogs. Horses.
Reserve required ....
Ex I'. 8. deposits....
State banks and
Greater New York
218 1 2. 01
not reported to
C, M. St. P
I nion pacific
C. 4k N. to., east
C. Ox N. W west
C, M P., at. O.....
C, B. A east
C, W. A Vi , west
C, R. 1. k P., easl
C. R. 1. as p., west
110,4 .1 iO
i74, 00 '
1 M 0 I Omaha Packing Co..
2 0.0 uO 1 switt and comiany.
lxisoouoi t-uuany Packing Co.
ji j.u 1 Armour oc Co
to. 11. Vansaut Co...
Hill 4k Son
4. n. Uuna
L. F. Husx
Total receipt 4 -61 1
Cattle. Hogs, bhecp.
t 2 90S 000
. 120 20.000
. L2uL 407.000
!'C Idaho lambs
17 Idaho lambs, feeders.
14 Idaho lambs, feeders
1"7 Idaho lambs, feeders.
JS Idaho ewes ,
IHi Idaho ewe
Idaho ewes, feeder....,
168 Utah ewe
55 Ctah yearling
147 Utah Iambs, yearlings
60 western lambs, feeders
75 western lambs, feeders.
"0 western lambs, cull ' J
24a western ewes, culi '.
t.i Montana m et hers .
17a Montana wether .
177 Montana wether .
30 Montana wethera .
w 7 J
Nerer Before Has There Been Such
ALMOST DOUBLED 15 TEN YEARS
. lerk Haaks lead tiff svltk
Meaaarkakle aken lag Fl eree
tkat Tell Ike Stery la
BY TRESTtN C. ADAMS.
NEW YOKK. Slept. M.-(Sit- si to Th
Ree ) Neter In the world s history has
there been surh an accumulation of gold aa
has been witnessed within the lat tea
In 1900 the gold held by the Viilied H ates
treasury, the New York clearing bouse
banks and the principal banks and govern
ments of Europe, totalled 1,1W.35U 1. This
amount ia almost doubled since llieu,. tne
figure now be.ng Si 115.472. .V. an increase of
the enormous sum of I1.7.W.1.U. In the
The rnlted States Treasury leads both
In the amount held and the Increase during
the decade. The gain has been 77i,
bringing the total to Sl.t7vfc2!.o.3. while the
New 1 ork banks report an 1 nor ease of
127.S?1 Hi making an aggregate gain of
Abroatl the most phenomenrtl accumula
tion of gold iiaa been made by the Hues. an
government, which has parsed even the
bank of Fiance In the competition for the
metal. I he increase has reached no less than
I, Ki.0mi, or almost N rx-r cent. The Hank
of France has succeeded In building up its
stock of the metal by Ji!.7'.fl. The 1m
pertnl Hank of tiermany has gained only
.l.7ty.?T, while the hank of K.ngiand shows
n addition of only I lsxiSji!. us reserve
being very Fomll in comparison with other
con ii ties, although, of i-ourse. the hanking
conditions prevailing In London do not exist
Increase la Tea Iran.
Since I5W th world's production of gold
has reached the value of S3.5S7.0M.O, or
almost exactly twice t' e increase recorded
by the leading banks .if Lumps, by New
York institutions and by our own treasury.
The following table shows the amount
01 gold held In different countries:
Kaasa City Grata aad Prevlsleaa.
KANSAS CITT. Sept. 10-WHEAT-8ep-tembt-r.
Mc sellers; December. 7St97ixc.
sellers; May, $1 02. Casta wheat unchanged
to lc lower; No. 2 hard. 7ti$1.0I- No 1
MMitlOl; No. S red. SMiflfti; No. 2, fc.fj'ec
CORN December. ;,t' "?Hc. bid; Mny'
55i-c, sellers. Cssh. WtlWe lower: No
S mixed. 5fA,c: No. S mixed. 54H4j5c" No 2
white 57; No. 3, 67c.
OATS Cnchsnged to ve lower; No 2
wl Ite. ST.fJo; N. 2 mixed, 25 8 He.
RYK-No. 5. Mo.
HAY I'nchangeJ to S0c lower. Choice
tlmotbv. I I rni4n; choice prairie tula)
PCTTEU Creamery ST: rirsta. 27cj kc
ond c; packing stock. 2IHc.
FDO. Extras, lie; firsts. 2?i-c; seconda.
Wheat hu p-sorw 14'. fi
Torn, bu T
flat, bu S0W1 1J.000
Am. Boat sugar
Amaricu C. A r
Am. cotton Oil
American H. A L. pfd
Am. Ioa groamies.1
Am. g. K
Am. . R. Hi
Am. gtaal Poun4ria
Am. Bvcer Rarinlng.
Amarlcaa T. A T
Amartcaa Tobacco pfi
Anaconda Mining Co.......
AilanUe Ooaat Lin
Saltimors A Ohio
Brook Ira Rapid Tr
('antra! Laattaor p(4
C rural si Now Jaraay
Chosapaako A Ohio
( hlcaiu Alton
Chtcaxa Oroat Weatsrn
C. O. W. pfd.
Oileaco ft N. W
C, M. A St. P
C, C C. A St. L.
Colora'ao Fwal A Iron
Colorado A Southern.
Corn produeta ,
IMawsro A Hudson
Denver A Rio Grands
D. A R O. pli
trla 1st pfd
fcrte sd Md
Geaat Nan bora pfs
Uraat Northers Ore cits. .
Illinois Contra I
Int. Mai. M
Intarfuitlonal Harraster ..
Int. Marino pfd
Kansas City S
K. C So. pfd
Minn. A Louia
14., St. P. A g. S. M
M.. K. A T
M. K. A T. pti.
N R K. o M. ti pfd...
Now York Central
N. Y.. O. A W
Norfolk A Waatara
I Paopla's fJs
I P.. C C A . L
1 Prarord Steal Car
Pullman Pause i ar
t 41 '4 w 4
o r r. 7
10 41 41 64
4) n e
su ltvi ist its
hit U 4St
SO 1M4 14 1H
l.ooo tr n nn
109 lH lot )03
M H 84 SM(
IIS Tl4 ?S4
I2 12V "
200 7tV4 72 Tt
PS) 144 144 14
sue uvi lu'A liiv,
l0 124 12Hh U
io 141 1 lw ir
:::::: ::::: :::::
1.SJ8 U 1 IT
tot m tv i'
o n iv a
loo 52H U hXu
61 41 41
u ll ll 1
M lllw UIV 111
KM M S4 4
r ni nivt ms
smi rs w t"1
l.l-e U U
t. II K'i -us
Loadom CloslatT Stacks.'
LONDON, Sept. 10, On th stock ex
change here today American securities
opened quiet and about unchanged. Light
covering carried prices from to to H higher
during the short session and made the
Consols, money smiMimiw at N....
o account at hi., K T
AmaL Copaar 4wN. T. Central
AnaconAa Norfolk A W
Atchison 474 do pfd
do ptd... lots Ontario A W
Baltimore A 0hl....u4s Penuayloanla
Canadiaa paxlflo IX Rand Mines.
Cboaapaaka A O TMi Reading
Chicago Q. W gavtgouthorn Ry
Cht., Mil. A St. 2.. .11 do pfd
Da Beera v.. Us SouOiarn aclfte..
Denver A Rls O 5s Untoa PasUlc
do st tl 4a pfd
Erla 24 U. g. Stool
so lot ptd. 44S do pfd
do 2d pfd Wabash
Grand Trunk IT do pfd
Illinois cantral 112 Spanish 4s
SILVER Bar, quiet at 24 J-ld per ounce
MONKY V4j1 per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for short bills I 2133 per cent; for three
month bills, per cent.
Boston Miming; Stocks.
BOSTON, Sept. 10. Closing quotation on
43s Nevada Con
S N-plaalng Minos
14 North Butts ....
12 01 Donunloa ..
14 Old DonUMoa ,.
HI Parrot t . A C
on stock were
A. S. L. A S
B. A C. C. A A M
Butte Coalltloa ....
CaL A ansana.....
Cal. A Hocla.
Ontonnlal 14 (twiner
Ooppar Hang C. C-. shannoa
East Batia C M.... t gupsrior
Franklin Ks auparlur A B.
Clroux Con. 4 Buportor A P.
Oranbf Coa :. 22 Tamaraek ....
Oraeas Caaaawa .... 4 V. g. C. A O
U)a Roralo Ooppar... Is V. a. 8. R.
Kerr Lakok 4s do pfd ...
Laka Ooppsr 2s rtah Oon. .
La Baile (Nwpar 1 Winona ....
Miami Copper 1 44 Wot Tail ns .
OMAHA, Sept. 10. Bank clearings for to
day were S2.fcA.414.v4 and for the corresuind.
lng date last year S2.274.51t.77. Clearing for
the weeg snow tne -largest gain seen In
Omaha bank for some time. A . gain of
S2,5M.0.'2.4e over the same week last year
and 536017.06 over List week, in spite of
the fact that this week was one day short
on account of Labor day breaking In. . The
figures ror tne weeg are as iouows:
lyut. ' 1810
..Labor Day Labor Daw
.1 2.S3.4.43 S S. 466, SOI 54
. 2sS3.OU4.24 2,12,23.
. 2.5S4.24A14 . 2,276.23.a
. .X5oO.7U.as 2,4.l 4
. 2,274.514.77 2.oM.414-M
Totals 635 3,034 7.5U
CAi 1'Lb' There were no fresu cali.a
of uny consequence in signt una inorn-
tl uod l.ow.un lu make lllaiXi'U l-v
Ceipts of cattle thia week have ten vet'
liberal, allowing a gam ot aooul 10,o.iu
nead ta compaieu with a year ajo, out.
tailing oil from last week record oroak
nitf run. '
i'he market on the best cornfed beeves
has often n vary good condition through
out the week, witn prlcea showing com
paratively little change. The uieaium
and lea desirable kinds, on the other
nand, have been mora or less uneven.
owing to the Tact Hint packers g.ve tne
preference to Uie good range beet Instead
or tne medium minis oi cornieas. uutio
range steers have, also been steaay
throughout in week ana guuu. active
eiler, with Interior grades lulu i So lower.
The suPDly of cow and rieirer was
large practically every day of the week
ana wnlie the more aestraole kind con
tinued about steady. Inferior kind are
around lutplte lower, W4UI the leellng
weak. i .
An enormous- buslneae haa been done
In feeders and stock cattle this week. Th
country haa been a free buyer of -desirable
cattle of all weights, and prices
have been well sustained on mat account.
Common light And medium weight cattle
eased off and at the close of the week
are ltJ6o lower than a wek ago, owing
to the large supply of that kind of cstue
and to the fact that buyeia have given
the 'preference, to the" better grades.
considering tne large receipts ot cattle
(he market has been lu ep-enuid condition
throughout the week and as good as any
one could reasonably expect. A will be
noted from tne anove, tne inferior and
commoner kind of cattle are the only
ones that have suffered any material de
crease In prices.
quotation on 'native cattle: uootl to
choice beef steers, f7.0ufe.uu; fair to good
beef steers, 4o.004'00; common to fair beef
steers, 54 at'& (; good to choice cornfed
heifers, S3.50V4.50; common to fair cows and
belfers, S25o350; good to choice stockcrs
and feeders, 44 .7500; fair to good siockers
and feeders. I4.0ojj4.75; common to fair
Blockers and feeders, SS.SotJt.Ov; stock heif
ers. 12.25414.25; veal calves, S3.5Vv7.tt; bulls,
f Lag a. etc., S32&fASC
Quotations on rang cattle: Choice te
prime beeves, 56.004.80; good to choice
beeves, S5.Ptz.00; fair to good beeves. 54 01
65.30; common to fair beeves, f3.75434.e0
good to choice heifers, S4.2d7t5.O0; good to
choice cows. HWib; fair to good grade.
fg.50tj-4.00; canners and cutters, 12.WKji3.40;
good to ohoice feeder, f4.iu25.4v; fair te
good feeders. 24 304. DO; common to fair
CHICAGO LI YK STOCK MARKET
Itrmssd for tattle aad Cheep) Steady
CHICAGO. Seirt. 10 CATTLE Receipts
estimated at 2 head; market steady;
beeves, ft soSiHtO, Texas steers, f3.7w4uu;
western steers, l.Oy7.S0; stockers and
feeders, f4.OtX0.2O; cows and heifeia, S2.40O
.50; cslves. I7.ts.ia 9 25.
HOOS Receipts estimated at I W0 head;
market 10c higher; light. f9.35t10.OU; mixed.
I 7ofe.i5; heavy. Sa.do4iw.so; rough, S 608
H : good to choice heavy, S&.feo&s.aO; pigs,
t-.tio.iiii 70; bulk of sales, Ss-eHl 50.
SHEEP AND LA.MB!-Recelpts, estlr
mated at 1,000 head; market steady; native.
12 85i4 5f; western, SL2sg4 50; yeArllnga,
H75i 75; lamba, native, 25.257.10; western,
Kansas City Grata aad rrs-laleas.
KANSAS CITT, Sept. 10. CATTLE .4e
tclpis, Hl head, ii.'lurtliin iM s.t ,il.-t ,t
market, steady; native sfeers. f l.'Jucjt.'5;
southern steers. IS 7l5-: southern cows,
S2.7o4 25; native cows and heifers, t2.76
1.00; stockers and feeders, H.ifc5u.i&; bulls,
H.251J4.26; calves, 24.ouii8.wi; western steer..
S4. 75B 7.40; western cows, z..Bi.ao.
HOGS Receipts. Law neaa; market, ioc
higher; bulk of sales, SS.S5fcs.70; heavy, ft 3(1
S.j0; packers and buetchars, S.404jS70;
Ught, W 60ti-7.
Dflb,r..r Anv ja xj.j fwwijita, o.m
head; market, steady; mutton, S4.004J4.75;
lamba, ti.nij7.00; fed wethers and year
ling,, S4 00iA.2a; led. western ewes, S3.7m3
St. Laala Live Stock Market.
st LOUI8. 8ept. Ml CATTLE RecelDti
2.200 head, including 1.400 Texans; market,
steady; native beet steers, i.oisjb.ij cow
and heifers. S2.5o(jA75; stockers and feeders.
S3.76l5.75; Texas and Indian steers, S4.2dQ
100; cows and heifer. Sc 00-I.50; calves, q
carload lots. .3"t8 uu.
HOGS Receipts. 1.500 head; market, 5c
higher; pigs and lights. S.0u4j So; packers.
S.uoa-9.lsu; butcher and best heavy, 2s.i;j
. SHEEP AND ub-receipts, KB
head; market, steady; naUv muttons, 14 10
j4.so; lamba, K5Oiiy7.00.
ft. Joseph Live Stack Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Sept, 10.-CATTLE
Receipts, 500 head; market, steady; steers,
S4.7&tV7.oO; cows and heifers, SJ-0iX5.00;
' HOGS Receipt, Is" head;- market,
steady; lambs, 26.254) o. 90.
t cows sTis S 15 19 cow S3J S SO
21 cow 97J 2 70 27 feeder.. 610 S SO
14 feeders.. 638 S 75 10 steer. ...1011 4 60
7 cow cW4 S 15 8 feeders.. Ill 5 00
S heifers... Ul 171 S feeders.. I 90
19 feeder.. 63S 4 50 15 feeders.. 270 4 50
13 belfers... KV4 S 70 10 cows HIS S 10
S cows 775 S 50 5 Heifers... 611 4 15
V. L. Kern Neb.
2 cows ;& 2 5C IS cows SM t 60
i feeder.. 711 4 to 8 feeder.. S75 4 20
Scow 8i 2 15- 6 steers.. ..1152 4 75
10 cows r-S4 3 25 1$ feeders.. 10.72 4 5
15 feeder.. s5 4 15 13 feeder. .1029 4 26
E. YYagstaff Wyo.
22 steers.. ..1079 4 70 15 steers.... 871 4 50
24 heifers... Su2 4 10 , S heifer... 754 4 IS
S steer.... 740 4 15 2 cow 8J0 2 25
1 bull 1000 4 45 2 calves... 17 I 60
N. Y'. Clearing House banks.
L'nlted States Treasury
. . 67S. 4'C'XV)
. . 7O4.04O n
.. ISO StA.OOil
. .22.4S5.S15 VVS
.. 371. fL. 010
Aiore than one-fifth of all the gold
uuiea nuring tne last ten years has gone
stock la Bight.
Receipts of live stock at the five principal
western markets yesterday:
Sr. Joseph ....
Kansas City ..
to swell tiie stirk hold hv ih, I'hii.j
States treasury and the New York bank,
the gross increase having been 878iM1.275. of
almost exartly the amount mined In tha
Lnlted States during the same period.
France led Russia at this time last veap
with r41.07U.MKi, against the x letter's Se7.
SW.OOn. but In the Interval Frknce has lost
8"2.6.tO.IiO. when-as Kussia haa accumulated
no less than 8tW.15ft.000, this change being In
deed the irost remarkable of anv that has
taken place during the last twelve months
snd one that might be profitably inquired
into. The thrifty character of the French,
combined with the ultra-conservatism of
the Rank of France, satisfactorily explains
the Increase in that Institution's supply of
?tJ'?m M,-627.0 ten years ago to 8741.
O76.RO0 last year. Twenty year ago tha
total was only SX3.340.0ti0.
Aaatrla Stands Third.
Austria-Hungary I today third in the
European list with a total of SJ7t.IW0.000. a
gain in ten years of 888.3!5,O0O; twenty yeara
ago the same country could boast of only
822.375.000. London contrives to carry on Its
functions as the leading financial center of
vnm wona witn a gold reserve InMts cen
tral hank of less than S30Q.Ono.000; the exact
total today is S1H9 tOi Uii comnar .Ilk
Sl.77.9i4i In i:. and IH3,2t3.13 In 1S14L
Italy, next to Russia and France, has prac
ticed accumulation moxt effectivelv. its
gross gain having in the decade amount.!
to 811n,526,O00. Germany, notwithstanding its
amaxlng Industrial expansion, has found It
necessary to augment Its reserve by only
It Is predicted that the traffic alliance be
tween the Western Pacific and the Tova
Kison Kaisha Steamship company will
bring on an International freight rate war.
The Southern Pacific traffic agreement
with the steamship company terminates In
January next when the one with the West
ern Pacific goes- into effect. It is asserted)
to be the Intention of the Gould line to
make things hot for the Harrlman road.
It la appreciated thst for a few years the
expenditures for maintenance of equipment
and way will be light on the Western Pa
cific and this prompts the belief thst It
means to start a rate war with a view of
capturmg a large share of tra nscnntinentoJ
and oriental business, seeking traffic not
only ror Japan, but for Chinese and Philip
pine ports. If such a contest begins the
union r-acuic, Canadian Pacific, the Hill
roads and the St, Paul naturally would be
drawn Into it.
..6.700 14.200 LSOO
OMAHA CaCaSbltaV. ailRKEt.
Neve Yark Carh Market.
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan A Bryan, members New York
Stock exchange, 315 South Sixteenth street
. aVSCeaono Cs senaa.
. Inspiration is
. 1 Lnoae
. U Nevada Oni pjs
IS Nawhouaa a
. 42s Ohio Copper 1
. lskay Canuwl Is
aa sunn rag. us lots
7H Soars-Raoouck Co.. .164s
SCI TO. 1-ard. higher; prime steam. 111. TVa ' Rnr Sisal gpnn
i.i.4j. irry sail, meats steaay; noxea, extra
short. 812 25; clear libs, SU25; short clears.
813 50. Bacon, steady; boxed extra short,
814 75; clesr ribs. 814 75; short clears. fl6.00.
POl'LTRT Weaker: chicken. i;c;
springs, Uc; turkeys, lc; ducks, lie;
HI TTER-Klrm; creamery, rtjsmc.
EGGS Higher, BV.
Receipt a Shipments.
Flour, bbla 9 0) 17. ha)
Wheat, bu S7,. - 41. TO
Corn, bu - 431u 41.0ml
Oats, bu o5.0Xi tn.iiuO
l.lrerreal larala Market.
I.IVFRPOOL. Sept. H WH EAT Spot,
dull; No- I red wesiera wlnlr, n stovk.
Mllwaea.ee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Sept 10.-FLOUR-
WHEAT No. 1 northern. 81 1461 15; No.
I northern. 81 121)114; December, 90e.
BARLET-NO. t 70HgTlc
PEORIA. 111.. Sept. 10. -CORN Lower;
No. 2 yellow. 64r: No. 8 yellow. toHc; No. 3,
5&Hc; No. 4. S4lsg64Vc
OATS Steady; No. f white. XSc; No. 8
Dalalh Orala Market.
DT.XVTH. Sept M.-WHX AT September.
II US. December, 81. 13s: No 1 northern,
81 .lis: No 2 oorlhora. SLsVStfjl.tO.
kaput ic al
RapuMK Stool pf4
Hock island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
t. L A . F. 3d ptd
Su Le4.ia W
St. L. s- W. pfd
tleaa-Sbniald k. A I
Taiat A Paitfic
T.. S4. L A w
T.. ht. L A W. pf4
I dim Pacific pfd
t nltod Kutoa huufcer
InKad ttata tsal
f. gtaol pfd
Va -t'arolina Chemical
w ansae V
aaaiorw Mary land
Wealern Liooa .
Whaolmg A L K
Twtai aaioa tor tta day,
. . i
I.6J IBS 13 13"S
l ie 111s in in
?e s Us &
M Kit S4. Ti
lu iss s a
IS t 4S
U.U 14 S 14s laa4
J HIS ls 'S
ll.e 4s 4S
20 lias 114 )l
14tks 44 at,
Bay ttata Oaa
Ely Oarnral. ........
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HOGS Th bog market was a short ses
sion affair this morning. Receipts were
light with demand reasonably active' at
higher prices. Advances of iifil5c bought
most of the hogs, everything selling within
two hour after the opening.
Shippers beught sparingly, but outside
order were not necessary to effect a
clearance. Heavy hogs moved at 84 96 and
better with good mixed or medium weiuhr
around 8-15. Light bacon grade brought
IUO ins" uguica. reiiing as nign a :'-0
and Indicating the full advance.
For tha week receipts have been lle-ht
and the general trend of value higher.
Net advance are pretty close to 20c. !
WASHINGTON. D. C, SepL lO.-The con
ditlon of the treasury at the beginning of
business today was a follow:
Trust fund Cold coin. 11, 213.463; diver
dollars. 84.317.100; silver dollars of IkAi,
8J.4ouOUO; silver certificates outstanding,
General fund Standard silver dollars lu
general fund, St.S34.9uO; current liabilities.
4m7.877,477; storking balance in treasury of
fices, 8712.152.675; in banks to credit of treas
urer of the United States, S35.s04.n; sub
sidiary silver coin. 8-0.107.187; minor coin,
6i.loa.l30: total balance in general fund,
New Yark tt eetat teas.
NEW YORK. Sept 10. Closing Quotations
on stocks were aa iouows:
. Waal Market.
ST. LOCIS. Sept. M WOOL Unchanged;
teiriUiy and western meUiume, . lowc;
fine mediums, I.Jlc; fine, ltt I.e.
Loal See art Ilea.
Quotations furnished by Burns. Blinker
A Co.. 441 Omaha National bank bulltlnx:
Alasa. Nak., U. as. t la
Coaakr Pocklag Co. to V Ml
Cltr Nat, bans B.ag. 4a. la M V9
Calumhua. Kioc. U 4a, IMS.... l
C. R. L A P ro. . U4 st M
FaJranont Craamerf 4 la
Kalrnoat I roamary o l5 , ...
Mraulia hiail Bnca. soot 11 us
loo fsrUaal Camaat lot 4a M brt
Com. Tuanal aock.
e i rn.Rda
Coo. Cal. A Va
"L11U0 Chief .
BUTTER Creamery, No. L d silvered to
the retail trade In 1-10. cartons, ua No.
in 3o-lb. tubs. Sic; No. 2, in 1-1 b. cartons,
sue; No, 2, in ao-lb. tubs. 2sc; povckiog
suck, eoliu pack, tic; daury, in 0-lh. tuba.
aHuMc. isaraei cnauges every I'utiaay.
critEhii-i wine, lc; young Americas,
llrVac; aaiuies, lsSjc; triplets, ISvxu; lunoerger,
lac; No. 1 Click. lVrC, linporied swtas, 410,
ooJiieauo Swiss, 3c; block bwias. tin.
r-OL.L'1'Rk aresaea bi oners unar S lbs.,
Soc; over 3 lbs., Isc; hens' lao; cocks, luc;
aucks, ioc; geeoe, li; luikeys, 2oc; pigeons,
ini doi., Lu; ooiiir auAus, nr doa., H-Uv,
iancy squaoo, per uos., 44. 00; No. 1, per oox.,
a4.iw. Alive: rollers, loc: over X lbs.. 12c:
ucoi, 11c; olu rooster, sci old uucas, full
leauieteu. Ivc; geese, luil leamered, ac,
turkeys. 20c; guinea fowls, avc eaco; pigeons,
per ooz.. sw., uouieis. per oua., ti.uu; squabs,
No. 1, per aox., 4i o; No. t uos.. sou.
i loll tall ffoxent Pickcsti, lie; wnite
flsh, 17c; pike, 15c; trout, im; large srap.
plea. Sue; ovaudsu mackerel, lac; eel, lc;
nadilock, Uv, liounasis. lc. green catfish,
lsc; buffalo, he; halibut, c; wnue perch,
he; bullbedA li roeanad, Lu each; shad
roeo, per pair, out; Uuf tsga. per dux., sue;
beef Cute Rib: No. L 14c; No. i. USc;
No. t, 6c Loin: No. L 16c; No. 2. 14c; No.
2, sc. Chuck: No. L (rkc; No. S. tc; So. S.
6c Round: No. L Sv; Ne. 2, st. No. 1.
g'late: No. 1, c; No. 2, 41c; No.
FRUITS Oranges: California Valencies,
all aixee, sat oox, fu.ojif.ja. Lemons:
Limonieia, extra, fsuicy, due sixe, per box.
I7.0U; 3u0 sixe, per box. 17. Ju, cnoice, uO alae
per box, to.so; 300 sue, per box, fi.w; l
oixe, tax: per box leM. Bananas. Fancy se-
V NEW YORK. Sect. 10 -The market f or -
coffee futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to an advance of five polnta, owing
to firmness In Braxil, a steadier market at -Havre,
where after opening V4O lower (irlces
recovered their loss, and to the official
weather reports showing that rain had oc
curred only In one district of Sao Paulo.
There seemed to be a very fair demand
following the sharp break of yesterday,
but offerings continued rather heavy and
In the late morning the market eased off
under realizing and foreign selling. Tha
close wss steady, net unchanged to S points
lower. Sales were reported of 42.750 bag.
Closing bids: September, October, S.ktfic;
November, 8.30c; December, 8.40c; January,
42c; February, 4V: March. K?c; Ar-'!!.
S.S2c; May. 8.55c; June. 8 57c; July. I Bsc;
NEW YORK. Sept. lC-SUGAR-Raw,
steadv; Muscovado, 89 test, SBc; centrifu
gal. 94 test, 4.Ssc; molasses sugar. 89 test,
3.11c: refined, steady; crushed, 5.S5c; gran
ulated. 5.15c; powdered, 8.25c.
an weigni. snaring in ine improvement. ., .., ...,. Ali!.. l.rr.Ko h.mr-h
"' oays; in u , 1171 a ...noaro. l; it.,.
a , 1 . r . 111x1, lirr
new. J onu lie.., n. iMwaa nave made a-, A TS I'.nl.lmn,..- rlr.t,. Uv
srlns-a nt. wi.tat - ' ,
fact, the proportion of good light hogs has
oeen very smau.
No. A. th. Pr. No. A h. Pr.
17 151 40 I t 41 IM .. 111
tl 414 t I 4 ( M 4 14
al m SI I 4 44 4-1 I 14
41 14 1? I 0 44 ... lu
ac rM a I o 44 mi h I u
44 la) ... I u Tl Z4 Ml 11
la! ... I 4 44 1S4 IM I 11
41 SKI ... 4i Ed 12-J 4 U
14 SO I 4 41 tut ... 114
41 114 11 9 02 S 44 XU ... lit
14 Ill ... 9 Tl pu ... J
M r ... Oi 44 l.-J M
71 tl ... 1 04 74 til ... m
41 ST7 ... 44 71 U 0 I M
44 Wl ... IS 2 r ... Ill
41 l.7 ... I Ci 44 141 ... x
71 sa ... 4 14 ta s is
41 Wf 140 I 44 It x.4 aft xi
41 01 4 4 4" 141 N 111
64 14 14 I 14 41 Mf ... 4
I tit ... 9 14 44 214 ... 1 44
4 PM M I 14 T7 lil ... m
44 141 . . 14 71 r U III
41 17 44 I 14 46 SI ... N
Miaaeaaalla tlrala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 10.-WHEAT-September.
81 0S; December, 81.11 W; Msy.
81 WS- Caan. No. 1 bard, SL12; No. 1
northern. SlloVbLim; No. 2 northern,
81tlT.: No. 2 northern, 8L04,tjl r.4.
KLAX Closed at 8171
CORN-No. S yeliow. 5Js(iMc.
OAT No. S white. 81-U:SA.
RYE No. 2. T1J71S.
Bli-AN In HO pound sacks, f. o. b. Aim.
neat-oils. I'.S 40.
9"LOi:R---lrst patents tin wood f. o. b.
MturieAbullsl 8551uS 70: second patents. 85 M
ii.a. first clears. S3.iMt20 secuiid clears.
81.6ts.t90. ... ......
SHEEP Nothing arrived In the way of
sheep or lsmba today and the market re
mained nominally steady.
The week's trade ha been a remarkable
one In many respects. Over 142 OtO bead
were received, the heaviest supply on rec
ord at this point. On Tuesday 61.24K head
tMue prune; Washington, per crate.
11.3..; in lots, per crate, 1.16. Peat-nee: Cal
ifornia Suiwaya. per 20-iw. box, lie; in Kia
jot or moie, s.r box. 7Vhc; Coloiado El
I bt rtas,-jH-r 3U-Ib. box. sw. Penrs: New York
Jbaiueu, ptr bu. bak., ti.VAji'ii. Califoinia
b. Clairague, per box. iN; In lota, per
box, l-5. Apples: Home-grown ouoking,
I In bbla., I4.oiu4.a0; Mitaoyn Jonathan, in
iAnla. 44.26414 so; now Oregon, per box, 816;
T alif jrn;a Uraventein, per box, Si 10.
uraies: CailKirnia Malagas, per 4-bak.
crate, 8150; California Tokay, per crate,
11.50: Concords, home-grown, per 4-lb. bsk.,
rii2.'S,c Watermelons, Texas. IV per lb.
Uates: Anchor brand, now, M 1-lb. pkga.
in box,-per box. 87100.
VEGETABLES potatoes: Early Ohio, in
sacks, per bu., tlOCi'iLlu; New Jersey white
stock, extra fine guallty, per bu., 81 15.
Sweet PoLatoea: Virginia, per bbl , 83.00.
Unions: lrge yellow In sacks, per lb .Scj
Iowa, small red and yellow, per lb. 2c;
Sinlsh, per crate. 81Si. Oarllc: Extra
fancy, white, per lb., 15c; red. per lb., 14c.
Egg flant: Fancy Florida, per dog, 81.00.
1,'eie.ry: Michigan, per dox. bunchea. 36c.
home-grown vegetable cab-
bage: New, per lb., 8c Tomatoes: per bsk.,
6uuv0c. String aad wax beana: Per pike
bsk., 75c. Cucumbers: Per mkt. bsk., boot
lettuce: l-.xlia fancy leaf, per dox.
An old establlihed boose, handling over 5000
d iff,-rent Industrial stork and bondi, being the
largest dealers in our line on the rvlfl Coast,
I surely eapabla of giving reliable inionmailoa
(and advice if requested) oa the best oil Invest,
tnents in our Slate. We oflor lor sole BAKoAIM
LOTS ONLY. Ai a leader we are offering, w bile
It raits, any part of fajuO aha res of on ol the most
ubfxanual euinpeniesin the Ventura fieldjtcld
lng Die highest grade oil in Call (ore ta. Moe
producing Weill now. mora drilling, l.ic. a t! are
regular price Aw. Particular and regulsr Mar
ket Letter on request, ( orre-poudeuc Invilod
legarduig auy Vi uaurn socuiity.
Chester B. Ellis & Co., Stock & Bond Brokers
11 Fl4r Rain Sosdusj, 8 friMlM, Ulnwiit
arrived, also a record breaker. In' spit of I4- nry, ","n-rrown. Per d-sv
these marumota receipts the market has
Seen In very heaitny condition throuvhuut
Tuesday's trade was steady to a little lower
in spots, but mid-week demand waa very
broad and prices strengthened. ,
Feeder demand piovoa to be the moat
notable feature of the trade. Excepting
the last coup! day. Its volume was enor
mous. Almost everything sold oa the dsv
of arrival and the week is cloalng with only
a small supply ui tmoi aim er.aa still In
speculators' hsnds. Prices were well sus
tained at all times, closing sales a j. peart ma
st root as. coDiiared with those of laet
seek cioee. Inquiry for Lamb waa ee-
bunchra, 3uc. Turnip: per mkt- bsk
Carrots: Per mkt. bsk., too. Beets
mkt- bk., Soc
MISCELLANEOt Walnuts: Black, per
lb., 2c; California No. L per lb.. 17c; Cali
fornia No. 8, per lb., 14c lllckorynuis:
Large, per lb., 4c; small, per lb., 6c Cocoev
nuts: Per SauJc. 85 Ou; per dog.. Six. Honey:
New, 21 frames, S3 45.
Oaaaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. Sept. 10-HAT-No. 1 upland,
1S ou; Kansaa. 114. OU; No. 8 upland, 112 00;
parking, 8 0 00; alfalfa. 814(a). Strew;
Wheat. 84 0u. r. S v; otvu. Si 90.
CD PC Tha Bis 4 California
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t Oil Booklet, "(questions snd Answer
about California Oil. 8 Msp showing all
th California Oil Fields. 4 Special Map
Ventura County Field
California OH Stocks are paying dlvi-
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cent a month i the average dividend paid.
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