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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1911)
Till: Will): OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOKKR 3, 1011.
FARM et HAM H I.AM) FOR Ktl.K
Bargains Fruit land, T-ranOI Hid.
FRl'IT Innd batfthalas. lntrrmountein
Land Co., 1122 Farnam. Phone D. 4uJi.
A lflO-ACRK form for sole, best land In
the neighborhood. 100 mTM broke; Rood
well ami windmill; H horm-e, 15 head of
cattle, nrnie chlrkens; all farm Imple
ment. and household good; ieed for all
stock. Will sell all for a clieup price of
H.mifi. 1 iniiKt sell for 1 am a widower
to mimmvri. ajul I have n daughter who
want to no to higher schools.
The farm and Improvement!, I1J' an
acre, or will exchojiKe It for some prop
erty not mora thun a mile from higher
schools. For other Information, write to
John Ktnhera, Hon l'fc. Uuiiington, Colo.
(.rkat south uisouma
Traversed by the
ATLANTA. UiltMINfllUM &
Lands adaptable to the wldt rang of
cropa. All tho money ciops of the Mouth
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with thin coming omntry. Ha aoll, cli
mate, church and school advantages,
W. It. LKAHY, DEPT. K.
Uoneral PottnengiT Agent,
A TLA N TA. UA.
125-ACRE improved farm, with orchard,
I miles -N. E. council liiufts, S6 per acre,
If quick. 54 acrea, will Improved, 12i per
lJay A lien Co., Sola Agent. Co. Bluff.
TilK easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm I to Iniert a small want ad
in the Des Moines Capital. Lanteat clr
' culatlon In the atate of Iowa, 43.0UU dally.
I Tho Capital la read by and believed in by
i the landpattera of Iowa, who aimply re
! fuse to permit any other paper In their
' home. Hatra, 1 cent a word a day; tl 24
REAL ESTATE LOANS
C1TT and farm. JOHN N. FRENZKK.
LOW HATES, HKM IS-C'A KI.UEKG CO.,
:i0-.1ll lliandela Theater Bldg.
WANTED FARM LOAN'S. Kloka In
vestment Company, Omaha.
I.AHilK city loan wanted; mortgage
& bond bouifht and old. BTULL HKOS.
6 PER ' TF.NT IlANH ON EABTERN
NEBRASKA FA KM 8.
We will receive applications for loan
to be cloned on or before April 1. 0)12.
Inquire of local correspondent of tha
Northwest Mutual Life Iniiurance com
pany, or of 12. B. Stephenson, Special
Loan Agent, Lincoln, Neb,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
TO TRADE Its) acre New Huron, 8.
D., prlre tiO.OHU; mortgage r.,4'K. equity
M.ft'i. What have you? '. C. IsMsnhulh,
740 Urandeis Theater Uldg.
TO TRADE A tl.oflO equity In a five
room houHf, narn and two lot In Omaha
for automobile. J. A. Chuniber, Ander
EXCHANGES, all kind; lint with us;
rend for exchange book. Colorado Land
St. Investment Co., l'alleade, Colo.
Trade. D. 163i.
C. Jewell, Hoard of
HALF faction of good land, t mile
frim Kimball, Neb. (county "seat). Twenty
acrea and a town lot In the onion belt
of Texan. Twenty acre and two town
lot In tha flu and orange igull naat
belt of Texa. Two nice quarter of tabie
land near Julesburg, Colo. Will consldor
a bunch of good horae, good cattle or
clear, earning town properly. Addrea
Box M, Albion, insd.
EXCHANGE for what you want. Bhopen
per Una per month, count . x ordinary!- KxchBn,, Experti iaX,on 111k.
nrn.i xo ine miit. nuicr, muhici . .
Capital. Pea Molnee, la. . , t,arber to ,en. or exchange
anything. 440 Boa id of Trade. V. 4341.
TRADES If you have anything to
trade, writs ma. 8. E. Walt, 817 Heo Rid-.
WANTED 60 Nebraska ranches and
farm for Iowa cuitomer. AUehoua &
Co., Council Bluff, la.
160 Improved farm. Minnesota, for
Omaha rnkldunce or merchandise. 040
NEBRASKA and Oregon land, SS up, Eogan, county, Neb., for tnurchandls.
820 Cheyenne Co., ror omana city prop
erty or merchandise.
ALL.13 A NASOJLAO,
441 Hoard of Trade.
K4 ilrandels Blag.
HOMK8TF.AD 120 acres for I17S; about
90 mile out; rich farm land, not aand.
Wit n old entry, now cancelled. Wor.n
li.ouO. J. A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
100 CUSTER CO. farms Jut on market.
Hi up, easy terms. Walker Co., Ml ill an
IMPROVED Nebraska farms, SJ an
acre up. Writ or call for our list. Wood
ward, 714 Omaha Nat. liana Rldg.
WANT to exchange my S3.000 equity in
1W acrea; good Improvement; for good
40 acre or less, or stock, tools end
equity for hardware. 18,000 long time.
Y 1U2, care of Omaha Bee.
1 HANDLE exchangee everywhere. For
result see trie. Dean, 817 Be mag. u. nut.
GOOD Knox Co. farms, 46 an aere.easy WR ..change properties of merit C. W.
terms. J. C. Kruasr. ownsr, 4 it Bran- w.i.h ii. N. Rea Hlda. Doug. 7SH6.
GOOD Nebraska land. 10 up.
Eweet. IZ Neville.
WANTED TO BUY
81 ACRES in Beward county, i miles I CASH paid fur books. Crane, IU B. 14th.
from a food town: 240 acre cultivated; ! 11 -
good -room house; barn, 44x50; cowshed, WANTED to buy small barn, to move.
22x42; new double corncrlb, 10x40, with TeL Harney 4U7B.
H , I u. mj v vranurv nhlrkn hmme. Wlnh I
house, heg house, well and windmill: FOR. a dainty dessert use Dalsell's Ice
At,.. t ui t w-m in .. hmr.tlirht: is I nren.ni. If Mra. U. Mtlge. Benson
acres timothy and clover; 100 acres will come to The Hee office within three
hh io acres timber: school one-half I days we will give her an orutx lor a
mile; Metliodlst church, on mue; renieo quart pi mn uu - cni
for 1812; one-third the crop: jw casn.
rrice, t32,0i0. Terms: 2,600 down, $13,600
March L 1U or 19U; m,ou0 for 6 yeeja at
t per cent, optional. Will consider good
fade up to flO.OUO. C. F. UAUUUAN,
WANTED TO RENT
100-ACRE farm near Benson for sal,
cheap. Owner has tnourable sickness,
ln-qulre room 604, Brown block.
WANTED To rant -room bouse, part
modern, in any part ot city. Addles
N. 42b. Bee.
AMALL furnished apartment or cot-
taiie. or furnished rooms. In desirable
Eaafn Neb. land. 7S. 84 Brandels Bldg. neighborhood; two adult. C. Mather at
A aw meals.
COLONIZATION AND RANCH LANDS
Villi WANT THIS
M,000 acres New Mexico ranch; 10.000 aores I YOUNO lady bookkeeper, experienced
. can be irrigated; 14. uu. Term. Kallogg, I n kli branches of office work, aeeas post
Broker. Audubon, la. - I tiun: cau iiauulo oorrexuondeiice and
I .ale and carry on other responaible
IF YOU'VE GOT Tills MONEY work; first class reference. Address X
I'VE GOT TMJfi lAu. B.
S3) acres of black loam gramma grass ,
land, with a heavy deposit of silt, located YOUNG lady, with high school edu co
in the famous Mlmbres valley ot ,w tiu,,. wkuos a poaaioit. C' si, uee.
Maviim shallow to water, onlv 40 feet, no I .
clearing to do, ready tor the plow, a MAN wania position as Janitor; good
mile lrom shipping point and close to relerences. Aduesa u-m, vaie iiee.
school, improved, and title perfect, ror
quick sale. 120 per acre, a bargain.
THOa. U. A1TKEN, Demlng, N. M.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Feelin of Uncertainty Existi Over
the War Situation.
BULLS UNABLE TO ADVANCE
All epembrr Contracts Were TaUeai
In tinletlr by Klronf fhlpplns;
Interests sail Will He
OMAHA, Oct. 2, 131L
A feellfiir of uncertainly still exists over
the war situation abroad, and the trade
1 not free to act on the domestic news.
which Is mostly bearish.
With the heavy movement of spring
wheat bears fall to lower values and
bulla are unable to advance . prices,
helped by the war scare. Buyers are not
coming after the big stocks that are on
hand. New envelopments OJe iwemnij
to turn the market from the rut It Is In.
All of the Heptember contracts were
taken In oulctlv bv strong shipping In-
terexts and will be moved soon. The
country Is selling corn very sparingly and
the each property Is In a strong position.
The weather has been too wet and gen
eral feeling is bullish.
Wheat ruled dun, but values were
sightly higher on the uneasy feeling
abroad. Domestic news la bearish and
cash wheat was He lower.
Corn advnnced on the wet, unfavorable
weather and light country movement.
( null corn is strong, samples selling Vtr(
i'rliiiHiv wheat receipts were 1.901. 000
bushels and shipments were 4."U,KJ0 bushels,
agoJnt receipts lost year of l,71W,0tJU
bushel and shlpmeiit of s79,(KIO busheis.
1'rlmary corn receipts were u56,XJ0
busheis and shipments were 8M,U00 bushels,
against receipts last year of 472,tXW
bushels and shipments of fsi6,000 bushels.
Clearance were 2.11.000 bushela of corn,
20.IKN) buxhel of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 3iI6,0iio bushels.
Liverpool closed VI lower on wheat and
l higher on corn.
The following cash sales were reported:
WHEA T No. 2 hard; 1 tar, Site; No. 3
hard: 1 car, 97c.
CoKN No. 2 white: 1 car 64c; No. 3
white: 3 cars, &lVu; No. 2 mixed: 1 car,
04c. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, 04c.
OAT-8tandard: 1 car, 4c; No. 3
white: 14 cars. 4s:; 2 cars. 4trJCo. No. 4
white; 4 cars, 4utc
Omaha tasn i-rlcra.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, tftatdwtvc; No. 3
bard, fenyi'uVNVsc; No. 4 hard, Wu7Vic.
CORN No. 3 white, MVitftaV:; No. 3
white, M.yt4V,c; No. 4 wiule, M'iiM'jc;
No. 3 color. 04,'ilcL No. 2 yellow, bd
f.4'4c; No. 3 yellow, iWnMW', No. 4 yellow,
t)3Vu4c; No. 2, 634i(n4c; No. 3, 6aV(l"4u;
No. 4, 6:iVa"1c; no grade, ozvytn:.
OATS No. 2 white, 404()4Bc; stanoaru,
4u4U4c; No. 8 white, 4MU.4tc ; No. 4
white, 464'346c; No. 3 yellow, 4bu4ftc;
No. 4 yellow, 4tVfJ4f)Hc.
BARLEY Malting, 31.00tSl.19; No. 1 feed,
RYE No. 2, 87S9c; No.- S, of.S8c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
fie 200 201
-). 64 M 69
1.1V'lUtc; young America, 14c; long
POTATOES Eay ; choice to fancy. 6f-a
70r; fair to good, iii.V.
Fol'LTItY Httady ; mrkeys, 15c; chick
ens, 10c; springs, lie.
VEAIy Hteady; 60 to 00-pound weights,
HlDc; 0" to 85-pound weights, Vtiil0hc; b6
to lio-pouna weights, lie.
Flour, bbls l.wi
Wheat, bu 60,4
Corn, bu 2.r0.ui0
Outs, bu 3u0,
Rye, bu .000
Barley, bu 122.UU0
cariot Koceipta Wheat, wi car, with if
of contract grade; corn, 209 cars, with 75
of oontract grade; oats, 21 cars. Total
receipt of wheat at Chlcag-o, Minne
apolis and Dululh today were 1.KV7 cars,
aompared with 128 cars last week and
1,062 cars the corresponding day a year
MOW TOR K tiK Kit A I, MARKET
e'llthl' class practical nuisa can b
augaged at ouce. Duugiag u4.
TWO sections of agrloulturat and gras-
ouca,en4p.rDaicr.,ai 0i "fenc Add7e..'Mr
quick ..le. H' P.aAARDi tn at., North r.attu. Neb.
A CAPABLE eneraetio woman of ex
perience and ability wants position aa
cooa ana nuuwniior ii w
in widowers fami.y. Can furnish best
Si, w . U4 rresi
01 City Nat l Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
RICH FARM LAND
No Cash, Strictly Crop
WANTED I'laoe on farm for boy It
years old. 8 336. Bee.
AN experienced pharmacist with tha
best possible relerences as to cnaracter,
ha.hlta and ability, wants work tn Omaha,
H.iuth (imalia or Council Blutfs. Will
IVkftM rre. In eastern North n.Vnl. I Work lor a mouormio i wui .
All east of Missouri river, close to rail- permanent. Is alao coinpeunt to fill al-
roart and mirkal : rumntrv fslrlv wmII I most -
settled; soli very fertile; excellent water; I store. K lltt. oara nee.
lutely no cash' reoulred. one-haif crop POSITION by all around printer; com-
annuauy until paio; prices irom sis to i " r 1
IM per acre. Own your own home. If elrlctly sober; married. Address, Y m,
interested and you mean business writs I ' are uee.
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1 -"-Tl . .. ..,.1, ,nV W.K
llOnS nOW. 1 JUrflll wv.,,.s, , vmr
T. W. MLEELER, Mcrr. 2?.
613 BEE BLDG., OMAHA. NEB. OFFICE clerk with typewriter, want
CHICAGO GH AIM AMI PROVISIONS
Feature of the) Trading: and Closing;
Price oa Hoard of Trade,
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. t:orn led ali the
other markets today In point of activity
and strength. Poor weather -was the
cause. In tha end prices were. (u'Ho to
o higher than Saturday night. Wheat
closed unchanged to l-iuo lower; oats
made a net advance of Ho and provisions
varied from the same level as the previ
ous close to Trio up.
Corn offerings in the corn pit were
light from the start. Speculators took
prompt advantage and bid prlcea aharply
higher. There were many reports that
excessive rains had InflWed serious dam
ages on shocked corn and on the bottom
land fields. Assertions were made that
corn waa rotting in hundreda ot acres,
especially where lowlying sections had
suffered from the floods. The fact that
the whole corn belt was in a drenched
condition today led to a decidedly bullish
feeling here. The result was buoyancy
almost wholly unchecked, with the close
steady at the top prices of tha session.
During the day December ranged from
64S4o to 64?u and finished at the last
named figures, a gain of To net. Cash
grades were firm. No. 2 yellow was
quoted at 8UHiU7Vc.
In wheat there was a rather exasperat
ing see-saw, disappointing cables and a
big Increase in visible supply were otfset
by the corn strength, by frost reports
om Argentina and by a report 01 sieet
In the Canadian northwest. The tone at
the close waa easy. Between the opening
and the last gong December fluctuated
from H.!4o and ltoc, with final aaies at
KHVue, a net decline of a shade.
Oata followed the riae In corn and bad
quite similar support. Upper and lower
limits for December proved to be 4IHo
nd 474T477c. The close, teaMHVkO,
howed an advance of So over Saturday
Provisions were firm. Pork, closed 74o
higher lard was unchanged to a nickel
dearer and ribs up a shade to 7Vo.
quo tat lone of leading products were;
Artlci sOpen. lllgh. Low. CIose. Sat'y.
nn. a,. natT A-V. T AO), lnei,
Doc. yw B,s si w-) tot!U'!
May. 104 1041 1 OJV1 04,1 04','
Corn l I
I ln. MOTIk
May.ti5tf6ati6 KrSlKTfcfBtltll biVi
permanent position. Handle correspond
I.. l.llll.. kj .. Hh,i,ll,BiiJ U B.;i llu
I Oh Ml. V, U 1 1 1 1 1 ' S - . V v,,u, . ", .'vi
OREGON APPLE LAND.
Five and len-aci tracts. Planted and
scientifically handled for five years. Lo
cated In the famous Willamette valiv
close to Portland. Hold on convenient
monthly payments. Upecial terms mad
a inie lime.
8ANT1AM FRUIT COLONY INC
George E. Wlghtman, lieu. Hales Agent,
DMiuru iiuiw, 4vlo ana v arnain.
WAB11INU wanted, rough dry. IL 4129.
WANTED Situation by flrst-claaa. ex
perlenced stenographer; Remington oper
ator; legal work pruierrea. u aos, uee."
EVERY Derson knowa who D. J.
O'Brien Is because he has made Omaha
famous with his candy. If Mrs. Harry
Tostal, 2hl Harney street, will come to
Tha Bee office within three days we will
give her an order tor a tiO-cent box of
o Brieu a canay ire.
HOMESTEAD lands In the famous
HnaahiM nniintrv nf r. .-a .
lettad Benne'tt coWt lea to bpe7.td LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
wiwuw iu wivuir i. uaiias is the
terminal registration point and closest
point of registration to these land, tree
booklet and information by addresslug
vuuuiuiict, r 'wiias. O, 1
AUTHENTIC map ot that portion open
for stUineut next month. Maps, 6oo
ffttD, CU HW M PWHUO UTUg LU. Of I
NuuiDucu, mi ruioa iix., umaha.
nVE a?re orange rfrchard 11.000 04.
1100.00 cash, balance terms. Bearing or
chard, four year Bend for booklet, M.
1BUU LSUJU ,o., auauuun, ia.
IOWA and NEBHAJKA farm. Graham
at r-eter. omana is at I Bank Bldg.
Do you want a SJO-acre
CREAL ESTEF0R RENT
Fsrai bb4 Raack Laada.
10 acres irrigated, 4 miles from Wheat
land. Wyo.; all in alfalfa; 1 section 10
miles from Kimball, Neb.; 2u0 acrea
broken; fin land; and 160 acres 12 miles
irom Atkinson, rseo. ti. urons, 01 B. ZM.
Ship your stuck to Boutb OauUia:
aave iiillrage anil ghrlukaget your
consl(rniiinu rccelf prompt and
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
Byers Bros. 6V Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS.. 234-38 Exchange Bldg.
Or eat West. Com. Co.. Omaha At Denver.
W. R. SMITH SON uat handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY CO., 233 Kxch. Bldg.
TAGQ BROS, handle cattle, hogs, aheep.
CLIFTON Coin. Co., 222 Exchange Bldg
Donahue ft Randall Co., 202 Exch. Bldg
Clay, Robinson As Co., 100 Exch. Bldg.
The Standard Com. Co., 116 Exch. Bldg.
W. K. SMITH 4k SON uat handle ahsep.
Interstate Co. Better r.sujta. Bhlp to us.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
wanted city loans and warrants.
W. Far nam Smith at Co., 133U Farnam 8L
OMAHA Propierty and Nebraska Lands.
O KEKKli HEAL KbTATE IXt..
10K Now Omaha Nat l Bank Building.
MONEY TO LOAN-I'ayna Inv. Co.
WANTED City loana. Petora Trust Co.
fS.6u0, ample real estate security,
years. T per cent. D AaO, Be a.
t'.uo to tio.cmo mad promptly. F. D.
Weuu. Wean Bldg.. ma and f arnam.
MONEY to loan on business or real-eVm-e
proiwrtiea. 1.0 to XjuO.OuO. W. li.
'illuMAD. titu f irst rat- Bank Bidg.
BURKE-R1CKLY CO., 201 Exch. Bldg.
L. E. ROBERTS . CO., 222 Exch. Bldg
Allen Dudley 4k Co.. 236-17 Exch. Bldg.
Cox J ones Com. Co., bunch of hustlers.
Ralston. Y Fonda, live stock oom. mar.
Farmers L. 8. Com. Co., 20S Exchange
Deposit Proceed of shipments In Htoc
. , ........... . . t
laxa nat i liana, omy nana at yard.
WINN BROS. 4t CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LAVERTY BROS, 13-4 Exch. Bldg
PaxtuD-Eckmaa Chem. Co. st'k ramedlea
Martin BrosA Co., 202-7 Each. Bldg.
Alex Q. Buchanan Boo. Ii4-i Ex. Bldg.
I I I I
is 07 14
OS B 97H
I MV 8 66
7 90 7 S5
1KH 1 7Vi
14 97Hi 74 80
t 00 96
85 I I 86
(otatlons of the Day on Varloos
NEW YORK. Oct. 2 .KIlIl Steady;
spring patents, 3r,.;)01rj..tw; winter straights.
H OKiM.la; winter patents, $t.2a';i4.HU; spring
clears, 4.2V(t4i; Kansas straiyhis. 4f
i.iu. ilyo tiour, steaay; lair to KooU,
K'ka 4.96; choice to fancy, $5.0MW5.30.
WH EAT IS pot market, easy, No. 2 red,
9!c elevator export basis and 11 00 f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Iiuluth, II. IS3
f. o. b. afloat Futures market was easier
early on big receipts In the northwest and
Increasing stocks, but offerings were light
owing to fears of political complications
abroad and prices rallied late on reports
of light frost In Argentina, closelng WQ
Wc net lower. December, 11.03 7-l'ii 103 14,
closed, 11.03V, Mai, lo-NVp!l.V4,
closed ll.OO'.i. Receipts 1SS.200 bushels;
CORN Spot market, firm; No. 2 76!c
elevator, domestic basis to arrive and
7,Vic f. o. b. afloat export grade. Future
marker, nominal. Receipts, 11,250 bushels,
OATS Spot market, steady. Futures
market, nominal; receipts, li4,726 bushels;
shipments,- 19.9W bushels.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
1HU, 47frfc; 1910, nominal; Pacific coast
11U1, 374) 42c; 110, nominal.
HAY Steady; prime, l.2ftfi1.22V4: No. 1.
ll.KU'1.20; No. 2. Il.vrul.la; No. 3, ll.OOtf
HIDES Dull; Central America, 20c; Bo
LEATHER, steady; hemlock firsts, 27fJ
27c; seconds, 22'a23V; thirds, l'JiU'juc; re
PHoVliSlONS Pork, easy; mess, I1B.75
iji 17.00; family, tl3.60ffl4.X); beef hams.
i2f.W(i 42.50. Cut mears. steady; pickled
bellies, 10 to 14 pounds, lil.2o'al3.2o;
pickled hams, li.004f 12 .15. Lard, weak;
middle west prime, 29.lMr9.25; refined,
steady; continent, 110.05; South America,
$10.70: compound, 27.9048 16.
TALIX)W Steady; city hhds., .Hc;
COFFEE Spot, steady; No. 7 Rio, 13T,
14c; No. 4 Santos, 14c.
BUTTER Firm; creamery specials, 29c;
extras, 28c; first, 2itf-2'.ic; creamery, held
specials, ZH'i'utc; extras, ziwctvic; state
dairy, finest, 27c; good to prime, 244j2oc;
process specials, 244V23Hc; extras, 22c;
process current market firsts 200.
chlc,9&-r irm; skims. iiiuyic.
EGOS Firm; fresh gathered extra, 27(3
28o; extra first, 2VuVc; first, 21t23c; fresh
gathered dirties. No. 1, 1644tl7c; No. 2,
UiUltc; fresh gathered prime, 154c; fair
to good, lWiac; rerngerator rirsts, sea
son's storage charges paid, 20421c; west
ern gathered whites, 26a2Sc.
POULTRY Alive, nominal. Dressed.
firm; western broilers, 12iul9c; fowls, ltxu)
17c; spring turkeys, selected, 25c; others,
fit. I.oiili Geseral Market.
BT. IX)UIS. Oct. 2.-WHEAT Steady:
track No. 2 red, 994V9t-ic; No. 2 hard,
ll.oaii 1.11V4; December, iflc; May, fl.OlVs.
COKN-weam traca, rso. t, imyvc.
No. 2 white, 70gi70too; December, 63),c;
OATS Higher; tracg jno. z, 4bV4tl'c;
No. 2 white. 47V4-&48C.
FLOUR Steady: red winter patents. 14.-
4Ku4.80; extra fancy and straight, I4.004i
4.30; hard winter clears, w.aku'j.so.
SEE1 Timothy, 112.604)14.50.
CORN MEAL 23.20.
BRAN Lower; sacked east track, 21.12
itAY weak; umotny, t.-uw m.vj, pr.
I'llOVlstONS porg, uncnangea; jod-
blng, 15.0. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam. K4.2Wr9.30. Dry salt meats, un
changed; boxed extra shorts ,9o; clear
ribs. 9c; snort clears, vv,c. cacon, un
changed; boxed extra shorts, 10c; clear
ribs, loc; short Clears, ivo.
hyf. unchanged: wo.
POULTRY Uuiet: chickens. 9c; springs,
10c; turkeys, 1 4(0100; ducks, 12c; geese. He.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, zi.(c.
KJiilH Firm: 20c
Flour, bu 21,000 23,000
Wheat, u HO.otw iiu.ww
Corn, bu b 107,000 23.000
Oat, bu .....143.000 W.0U0
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CCITY. Oct. 2. WHEAT
Cash, steady; No. 2 hard, 11.001.08; No.
3, IMc4itl.0r; No. 2 red, 94l99c; No. 3, Wtff
8c; December, 9c; May, 11.02V
CORN uncnangea to c ntgner; ino. z
mixed, 674i7c; No. 3, 67c; No. 2 white.
68c; No. 3, tiiHc; December 61V:; May,
OATS steauy; ino. z wrate, 4i!ffifo;
No. 2 mixed, 45Vi4i40Vic.
HAY Unchanged: choice timothy. 118.50
619.00; choice prairie, I12.604yl3.00.
UUT1H.K creamery, c; iirsis, i-iYtC,
Beconds, 21'4c; packing stock, 18c.
LOUS Extras, 22 Vic; firsts. 20c; sec
, 86.OU0 34,0(10
7 87ii T 85
7 95 1 7 82H
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Receipt! of Cattle Again Break All
HOGS SELL SLIGHTLY STRONGER
Heavy Hecelpt of heep nnd I.nmb,
vrlth Killer Aroosd Ten to Fif
teen Lower and Feeders
Weak to Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 2, 191L
Receipts were: Cattle, nogs. n".
Ebiimaied Monday ....lo,4'J Is-'
."ame day last week..iS.4HS "'J
samu rtav '1 weeks nso. 11. 06 1.9:3
.Same days 3 weeks ago.10.h77 2.12
Same days 4 weeks ao. 9.S17 2.0i2
Same dav last year..l2.B6 2,wo
The following table shows the average
prices for hogs at South Omaha for tn
last several days, with comparisons:
Dale. I 1911. l10.19il0.19fltt.19O7 190li.19tiu.
Sept. 20.1 b 63--! I 73 t 17 S 73j 6 06 S 31
't I K .u-i a il I ft fill il ftl 0 191 w
""'I - i - - ' - ., .... C 1
Sept. 2i.l l 2o-i 8 40) 5 10 1 I 'l "l " "
.. 011, l il oil " - "i -
. lii.l toft) S J S W " I -' 7
it. M bes 4t, U i ,. -
ii, 44 lb, oi l l
i . c i.i. , a u,i s 77 1 u Hoi 11 6 28
Sept. 2S 6 14.. i 8 U i 081 67 6 9t 1 6 la
bept. 2. 6 Jsvtji -U 7 V t I li ? i
SepL 30. 6 22V 8 4U 7 8 6 59, 6 03 014
l...i I B eoi ' ei ti t-i " i
,. 1 ( 1 (Hi 6 bi 6 9- 6 2o 6
olly looking over a penful of stuff
ltd a fair fat sort, but few bids were
placed and very little stock changed
nds. Everybody aeted cautiously, ap-
orently waiting for the fuil dixpiay as
en as a rew lines of advice from else
here. Shaping up the untly as It was
arued also server to hamper trading,
ut this condition was only a secondary
factor In causing delay.
Lambs made up the big end of receipts
nd when movement finally started It
as evident that killers proposed to
make their purchases on a cheaper basis.
ery decent classes had to sell around
3.wii5.40 and a strictly choice article
mild have landed with difficulty at
85 or lo.iS. h,arly prices showed un
verage break of shout 15c and the close
promised to be even worse.
A very gooa country and speculative
mand existed ror feeder stock, but the
trade was anything but brisk and value
uffered more or less because of a sup-
y that appeared to be excessive. Most
guesses at the proportion of feeders
oced it at t or 70 per cent, enough to
ve buyers the whip-hand. The better
nds of feeder lambs ranged at and
Ightly above the 25 00 mark, while
feeder ewes sold under 1.1.00. In a general
ay the market ruled weak to fully a
me off. wethers and ewes in killing
esh were the exception to the rule, but
usually had to be shaded.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs.
good to choice", I5.40fi5.75; lambs, fair to
good, I5.204i5.40; lambs, culls, I4.754i5.15;
ambs, feeders. H.ZVa'a.la; yearlings, good
choice, 4 15UH.40; yearlings, feeders,
8ffl4.23; wethers, handy, 23.0i'fi 3.90;
ethers. heavy. S3.504i2.90: wethers.
feeders, 23.26(83.65; ewes, good to choice,
2Mj3.nO; ewes, fair to good, S3.oirii3.2a;
ewes, breeders, 13.2504. 00; ewes, feeders,
3643 3.00; ewes, culls, l.Mi4?2.3b.
I an.l .snoulffnTI or live Stock at
tha Union tstock larus. boulh Omautt. tor
twenty-iour Hours eiiumg al 3 p. yes
CatUe.Hogs.Sh p.H r s.
M. Ai St. V 1
Lnlon Pacific 4.1
C at N. W., east '3
C. ac N. W., west 2U1
C, .St. I M. 0 8
C. H. & U., west w
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
C, K, 1. x I'., east..
C, R. 1. oi I'., west..
C. O. W
a 49 i
-8 ii i
1 .. 1
20 211 11
Total receipts 623
Cattle. Hogs, bneep.
Omaha Packing Co.... 827
Swift and Co vov
Cudahy Packing Co... 813
Armour A. Co 858
W. B. VanBont CO. ... AAt
Ben. Van S. & Lush.. 216
Hill & Son 6''9
V. B. Lewis 214
Huston & Co li
J. B. Root & Co Bof
J. H. Bulla 223
L. F. Husx Z"4
L. Wolf 3bl
McCreary Ik Carey.... tn
8. Werthelmer 4H1
H. F. Hamilton 4
Lee Rothschild 2)2
Mo. Sc Kans.-Calf CO. l'to
Cllne & Christy K6
Other buyers 1.921
fasti mmtillnni wera aa follow;
FLOUR Finn; winter patents. $4.104Ji
80; straights, S3.7oid4.f0; spring straights.
S4.tl0a4.80. bakers, ti.1u41j.1u.
llVk 'IL A l,i,C.
BARLEY Feed or mixing. 804i96c; fair
to chotre malting, 11.1041 1.22.
44KEDH Timothy, IW.tWu 14.7b; clover,
14 0043 19.26.
PROVISIONS Mess Dork, per bbl.
I14.764jri6.0i; lard, per 100 lbs., Sv.iX); short
ribs, sides tloosei, sx.up.uk Si; short clear
sides (boxed). IH.754lS.87Vi.
Total clearances ot wheot were equal to
3C5.000 bu. Primary receipts were l.&ol.OoO
bu., compared with 1,719,000 bu. the corre
sponding day a year ago. The visible
supply of wheat ill the I nlted States In
creased 1.559.U00 bu. for the week. The
amount ot breadstuff on ocean passuge
decreased 2.376,OcO bu.
Katimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 66 car; corn. 2S& car; oats, 310
cars; hogs, lti.000 head.
Chicago Cash Price Wheat. No. I red.
winter ytifeMMVc; No. 2 red winter, 9oj
90u; No. 2 lutrd winter, Il.ui44l.06; No. 3
hard winter, 7c4j1.04; No. 1 northern,
spring. 11.10411.12; No. 2 northern spring,
i.urui.ii; no. s nonnern spring, l.t),'u.
.UMi; No. I spring, tl.03ul.10: No.
spring, ll.OtQl.lo; No, 4 spring 90041 11.00;
Velvet chaff, 9ueHlu.0s; durum, sucytl.ua.
Corn, No, 2, aswtfiHc; No. 2 white, W
irivui no, m yoiiow, wviiTtici i o. s,
(j94c No. S Willie, liilSMj TOcJ No. 3 yellow,
&'ij Hc; No. 4, 6H4it!4C; No. 4 white,
6piiUo: No, 4 yellow, thmi-tai'o. Data,
No. 2, 4CViH7ci No. 2 white, oc; No.
W1111.V mi-uw: iu, wniie, ,ii4Nc:
standard, 4;4,i4Uc, Rye, No. 2. txiVbc.
liarley, TIhi I.26l4). Timothy, JI3.OO4114..B.
Clover I14.0UU 19.24.
UUTTklt Steady i ortMunerles, SitKVAot
tltKltt Bieady ; receipts, 8.171 cases; at
mark, cases included, 154fl8c; firsts, 19c;
prime firsts, 20o.
1iiB.r-M eteauy; daisies, 14c; twin.
Mlnnraooll Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 2 WHEAT De
cember, ll.l.1; May, IL1.1H; No. 1 hard,
1.04; No. 1 northern. ll.07S4jl.OSH; No.
2 northern, L04Sul.u6H; No. 3, 99c41i
BA KI.E Y 75c4f1.18.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 65c.
OATS No. 3 white, 45Vs44ci
RYE No. 2. 914i91Vc.
FLOl'R Flrt patents to. 30415.60; sec
onds, t4.tMi5.30; first clears, t3.KO.fj4. 15;
second celors, t2.704Tii.lo.
A Islble Kapuly of Uraln.,
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.-Th visible sup.
ply of grain In the United States Satur
day, September 30, as compiled by the
Now York Produce exchange, was as
follows: Wheat. 62,709,000 bushels; In
crease, l,559,OU bushels. Corn, 6,339,000
bushels; decrease, 4t,uuo bushels, oats,
21.044.O)0 bUBhels; decrease. 1,192,000 bush
els. Rye, 611,000 bushels; Increase, 99.000
bushels. Barley, tU) bushels; increase.
305.000 bushels. The visible supply of
wheat In Canada last aSturday was 4.007,-
OuO bushels, an increase of 323,000 bushels.
OMAHA THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS ORA1N CO.. era In mere hauls.
consignments solicited. 14 Brandela,
Til hi UPDIKE GRAIN CO. Consign,
mania carefully handled. Omaha, Neb.
MLKR1AM COMMISSION CO.
man who has tried us.'
Nebraska-Iowa Grain Co. 764 Brandels.
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO., wholesale
dealers In grain, hay, chop feed. 3,4
Philadelphla Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 8. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 31c;
nearby print. 32c.
ElKJS Firm; Pennylvanla and other
nearby first, freo cases. 17.60 per case;
current receipts, free cases, t6.90 per
case; western firsts, free case. 17.60 per
case: current receipts, free cases, 8.60J
6.90 Der case.
CHEESE Firm: New york, run cream,
fancy, 14c; fair to good. 144) Hc.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 2. WHEAT Spot
teady; No. 2 Manitoba. 8a 1M. Future,
easy; October, i4d; December, 7 o-a
March. 7s 6d.
CORN Spot, easy; American mixed,
6a lid. Futures, firm; October, 6a HSd
January, 6s 8Sd.
PEORIA. Oct. I.-CORN Higher; No,
2 yellow. 9Wc; No. 2 yellow, Vc; No.
yellow, ssvtc; ro. x mixea. wsc; ro.
mixed. SWc: No. 4 mixed. 68M1C.
OATS Steady; No. 2 white, 7Vic
standard, 47c; No. 2 whit. 4Vo.
Ttnlntk Grain Market.
DULUTH. Oct 2. WHEAT No. 1 hard
1-1 OS : No. 1 northern. 2L08W: No.
northern, Sl.04mjl.06i; No. 2. SI 004 to
11024; Deesmber, fl.08 asked; May,
SI 12S ssked.
Mllwankeo Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 2. WHEAT No.
northern, tl HWIH; No. 2 northern. 1 07
ttl.io; no. 1 hard winter. ti.oraai.OD; De
cemher, '.-cm.X'; jaav, 1.04'i.
OATS Standard, 4Kt)4tit.
BE A BOOSTER for the atlnal game
or base pan. ir J. t. Auains. v4a .N. Ajth
street, will cum to The Bee office within
three days we will give him a ticket to
the ban ganie at lUiurke park.
1UIU .vw -.. -
n 1.1,' n't,M wuh another record-
breaking run ot cattle this morning, the
receipts being the Ueavlest In the history
of the moavet. It wlU be remembered
that tho leeelpts on last Monday broke
ail previous recorda up to that time, "2
cars being received. This morning tne re
ceipts reacheo 61 cars. In spue oi the
lacl that receipts last week were so
heavy at the beginning of the ween the
toial for tha whom ween, though the larg
est ot the year to date, was smaller than
for the corresponding week of last year
by over 4,uu head. In the same way the
i.ria reieints tooav are liable to be fol
lowed by moderate receipts the rest ot
on Monday of last week the total num
ber of cars of stock received in the yards
was S44, which up to that time was the
largest in the history ot the market. To
day that record was broken with a total
ot 87o cars.
With so many cattle in sight and "with
eastern markets, and for that matter ail
other markets, reported louded with cat
tle, and with prices everywhere lower, it
was to be expected tnat the market here
would open slow and lower. At the same
, time some ot the trains were late In
' reaching the yards, which always delays
trade more or less, and then there were
a good many cattle that hod to be sorted
up and put in shape to be sold. Thus it
happened, as usual when so many cattle
have to be handled, that the torenoon
was well spent beiore very much busi
ness was transacted.
When the traue waa once under way
the better grades of beef steers were slow
10 as mucn as loo lower with common
and interior grades 10c, and in extreme
cone possibly as much as 15o lower.
The general run oi tat cows and heifers
showeu about tne same decline as beef
steers, but the common or calmer grade
remainea aooui aieauy an uay.
Uood feeders were sought after and
they were not overweak to too lower than
last week, but the common and trashy
grades were slow ana tney were low loc
Quotations on range cattle: Good to
choice beet steers, s5.bO46.0P; lair to good
beet steers, fu.uumo.Mi;, common to lair
beef steers, 44.2oy.6.Jo; good to choice
heifers, t4.bifi6.36; good to choice cows,
t4.4UM0.10: lair to good cows. 83.75ii4.4J.
good to choice stockers and feeders, to.uu
i(o.75; fair to good Blockers ana leeders,
t4.266ni.uo; common to tatr stockers and
feeder, va.ouai.zu; stocxer netrers, n.iont
40; buns, stags, etc., i.zt4.w.
CO W B.
At. Pr. No.
M I II ...
1IW I 24
6:1 t 70
tOO 7 26
STOCrCERS AND FEEDERS.
541 t M 41 41 4 4t
ia 4 00
F. Taunton Neb.
20 COWS 893 3 50
R. V. Pfleter wyo.
15 steers.. ..l'l 4 85
F. P. Jensen Neb.
22 feeders. . 864 6 16
Beaver Creek Cattle Co. Wyo.
13 hellers... 858 4 10
H. Farthing Wyo.
24 feeders.. 1113 6 60
D. H. Whittaker Wyo.
88 feeders.. 1126 6 70 ,
Mrs. R. P. Allen Wyo.
60 feeders.. 1305 5 70
Tolland Cattle Co. Wyo.
62 feeders.. 1066 6 25
HOGS Hog receipts gave one of the
smallest totuls ot the year, only thirty
loads showing up. Weighty packing stuff
made up the bulk, the same as recently,
and most sales carried margins shaded
in sellers favor. Packers furnished th
main outlet, paying prices strong to 1
nickel higher than those of Saturday
Movement was at no time very active,
but meager supply tended toward earlv
clearance, and the yards were practically
cleared at 10:15 a. m. Closing trade was
rainer ami at prices merely strong.
On bulk ot business it waa a narrow
spread market, good packing grades sell
tng largely at 20.26. Exceoilna: a few s.
tered loads offerings landed within S6.2vft
v.m. Alia vma uavou animals On Sill
moved on a special outside order at S6.35,
. "v w priuiurj. lop.
Shipping demand had very little Influ
ence In causing strength, as the totsl n,.-.
chase on outside account did not exceed
a half doxen loads. There was nrti...nu
Demand for Cattle Steady Hobs
Stronsj Sheep Weak.
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. CATTLE Receipts,
.000 head; market steady for choice;
others 104il5c lower; beeves, S4.i04j8.1j,
exas steers, S4.2o4jti.oo; western sieera.
25417.0U; stockers ana reeaers, d.wai
66; cows and heifers, S2.004j6.; calves,
7.'a 9. 25. . .
1UK1S Receipts, 2:,000 head; market
ronir to 10c hleher: light. t6.154i8.SO;
mixed, S6.064t6.90; heavy. 15.8006.80; rough.
.nuj36.j; good to cnoice neavy, .u.
80; pigs, I4.0U416.35; bulk of sales, tfi.lOtf
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4n.-
000 head; market weak; natives, fl.Mi
90: westerns. t2.75Ca4.00: yearlings, s.M'0
'(M.40: native lambs, S4.00.0; westerns,
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 2. CATLE Re
ceipts, 28.000 head, including 4,300 south-
rns; ted cattle strong; grass came
eady to weak; dressed beef and export
eers, Sii.90fu8.00; fair to good, t5.00'a.8i);
estern steers, S4.007.00; stockers and
eders. S3.5O4j5.90; southern steers, nsouf
25: southern cows. I2.7fi(fr4.50: native
cow. S2.4Otj5.00; native heifers, 34.007.00;
oiiiia, xz.iou-t.so; caives, st.wsivi.nv.
HOGS Receipts, 5.500 head; market
strong to 6c higher; bulk of sales, 6.254(
6.45; heavy, S0.3tMr6.4O; packers and
utcher. S6.304j6.dO; lights, b.ijt.to,
HHfJtuf AM) LAIBBb- neceipia, i,uw
ead: market steady to 10c lower; Utah
ambs. Sl.75fiD.lO; yearlings, 4.0O4t5.OO;
wethers, S3.50-a4.25; ewes, S3.24J4.w;
stockers and feeders. S2.6O4j4.00.
ST. lU'18. Oct. 2 -WOOL Dull: terrl
tury and westerns, 174 24c 1 fine mediums,
U4jl9c; tins, nuuc
. 460 I 64
No. At. Sh. Pr. No. At. gn pr
44 tli HO tO 264 w ii
t.r.....Ul W 4 M ;; 10 t 15
I.I 1M f Io Ml I M
14 Ut IK i lo H S77 ... t tt
14 M4 IN 4 10 H Ut ... t u
U M 10 12 4T tul ... I U
44 40 tit 40 IU SO t li
44 171 140 I lit (1 14 f 24
40 tM ... 44 2t 40 Ii
41 141 12 H 141 ... u
44 le ... 14 U til ... 17 u,
41 111I ... 14 40 MT 40 17
41 171 K III CI Ut ... M
41 S&l 40 M 14 lit M I list
44 IM IN li T Ill ... U
44 N ... 4 M
SHEEP Every condition in the sheep
ana tamo iraoe pointea to an au-oay oes
Ion. a prospect that waa also emDha
slsed by an early market that produced
no business of consequence. The est!
mated run proved to be one of the largest
ever recorded locally, but not more than
one-fourth or possibly one-third of th
total bad been received up to 9.30 o clock
Over 2uu loads were posted to arrive and
with th first receipts largely in feed
flesh the demand from ackera remained
uncertain both tn tone and volume.
Buyers seemed content to stroll back
and forth through th alleys, ooca-
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Early Gains Lost and Dullness Fol
lows Brisk Trading.
PAEIS ENGAGES MORE GOLD
Unfavorable Tenor of Ana-nat Rail
road Reports Emphasised hy Penn
sylvania Showlnsjt Bis; De
crease In et Revenues.
St. Loots Live Stock Market.
err rins. Oct. 2. CATTLE Re-
a hcaA inelnrllnir 8.800 Texana:
market lc lower; native snippuiH
xport steers, 7.0t?)S.tw; aresseu anu
utcher steer. S3. 7547.50; steers under
,000 pounds. t4.004ii.OO; stockers and feed
ers. S3.O04j5.25; cows and heifers, tJ.w-(
7.25; canners. i.iwi.i; duiib, ii-hu...,
..).... tjnovioo- Tevos and Indian
" - 7 . u . . jt t,..i4AM 1 1 i.f,
Steers. S4.UUfBI.W, COWO anu 1111-, t. -r
tj'rino rQ,.lri A (toft head: market B'fJ
10c higher; pigs' and lights, S4.004j70;
packers. S6.S546.75; butchers and best
v. -. . . J . OA
rjHEEP AND UAMIW rvecoipm,
head; market strong; native ":
a vs.n na- i.mhu. I4.00iai.00: culls and
bucks, Sl.254j3.25; stockers, S1.5W3.00.
St. Joseph LIto Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, Oct. 2. CATTLE Re
.,- ii 1,.. . market slow: steers
31 na, ,w " , .
X4.50ol7.76: cows and heifers,- w.wj.ou,
T-rvis Her-elnla. 4.w neau; nim i
.1 . .n t at.- v., ,iv of aaiea. la.axao-no.
otiV-i-D ivfi 1. am rs Receipts. 6,000
head; market slow; lambs, S6.OO4j6.OO.
Stock In Sight.
Tj-eeints of live stock at the five prin
cipal western maraeis ye'..
r r-niile. Horn". Sheep.
Smith Omaha Iu.tuO 1.1" .
. . w . . . . . . , A iHh)
Taanh Z.IW 1 . '
....87,300 42,300 91,600
.,.r,r vodv 8 COFFEE F u-
--a ot nnrhanged prices
. I,,,t enerallV 10 to lo
point, higher' on European cabs report.
or nigner iirm ouernn- . A-
erlng and moderate bull support. Offer
i n,. h.Q,.v u r tne lmiioi nu'
vance nnd the market mProvedh.dumI
the day with practically all month, mak
i uh nMinli. The close was a
but steady at a net advance of 10 at 25
b)a - rVntnKap 1 ' Ust'. :
points, eaie .w.uoe". w..".
Movemoer, ii.c; inwuiuti, . C
arv. 12.63c; reDruary, ia.h:; j-u-..,
12S6c: Anrll. 12.36c. May, 12.34c; June,
12.33c: July, 12.31c; August, liJWJi oupicii.'
Havre was Hi to 2V4 francs higher,
ituhhnre- waa pfg. higher. Rio,
75 rels higher, at 81376; Santos, 60 rela
higher, 6s 8S150; 7s 73450. Receipt, at the
lu Krnrlllan nortB. 81.000 bSK8. against
7K,0"0 bags; Jundiahy, 83.0U0 boas, against
45.700 bag. lost year. j oaay a Byii;ii
mhia from Rantos reDOrted a further ad
vance of 50 rei. this morning to mi ior
4s. Sao Paulo receipts today, lin.uw oags,
attalnst 88.000 last ycay.
Hnnt rorree Mteaav. mo i o. i. nun
Santos No. 4. 15c. Mild, quiet. Cordova,
NEW YORK. Oct. 2 I'or a time aftef
the opening of the stock market today
a renewal of the upward movement of 1
ate last week appeared to be under
way. Avances were general In the early
transactions. In the cases of I nlon
Pacific. Reading. Lehigh Valley. Mis
souri Pacific, American Smelting and
American Tobacco, preferred. they
amounted to a point and I'nlted State.
Steel gained nearly as much. Rut the
market did not retain Its advantage. Of-
rerinBs at tne higher prices were unex
pectedly large and quotations soon began
to fall. Oains were coneellcd and the
market thereafter moved listlessly within
an unusually narrow range. Net
changes in most Instances were nominal.
Compared with the wild fluctuation of' '
ast week the day was extremely dull.
The event of the day. which attracted
mo.t attention was the announcement of
tne engagement of 2.(x,oou cold for ship
ment to Paris, following thn exportation
of S1,50C,000 to the same point on Saturday.
The money market thus far has not
reflected the exportation of gold, which
is facilitated bv the rates ruling here In.
comparison with the figures obtainable
The unfavorable tenor of August rail
road tvports wa. emphasised by the
Pennsylvania, showing a decrease of
$4M,C0Q 4n net operating revenues. Tho
New York Central system, however, was
a marked exception. Net earnings of the
parent road and Its prlnclptl subsidiaries
ncreased largely in the case or i.nks
Shore, a shrinkage In gross of SM.mw.V)
was accompanied by a reduction in oper
ating expenses of more than 1700,000. re
sulting In a net Increase of S47,000, which
was only slightly more than the net
gain mado by the New York Central
proper. Trading In the steel works fall
off with the remainder of the market.
Net earninifM of the United Mates titeel
corporation for the quarter Just ended, it
was said today, may be somewhat larger
than for a time appeared probable, owing
to the stimulus to be lent oy price re
ductions. The extent to which price
cutting has Interfered with profits, how
ever, ha. yet to be demonstrated, but
with allowance, for fne aeuveries ot
steel at the lower price. It was estimated
that net earnings for the quarter would
Transaction, in bonds shrank propor
tionately with stocks, and the movement
was extremely narrow. prices were
firm. Total sales par value. 12,170.00.
United States bonds unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations ,
on stocks were a. follows:
Bales. Hlia. Low. Clos.
100 47 47
AoialKamated Copper ...
American Agricultural .,
Am. Beet Kugar
American C. A F
Am. Cotton Oil
American H. A. I pfd.
Am. Ice Becurltlea
American Locomotive ..
American 8. & ft
Am. S. R. pfd
Am. 8teel Foundries.....
Am. 8uxar Refining
American T. & T
American Tobacco pfd....
Anaconda Mining Co....
Atlantic Cuaat Line
Baltimore &. Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Leather pfd
ventral or XMew Jersey..
Chesapeake ac Ohio
Chicago ek Alton
Chicago ii. W., new
Chicago O. W. pfd
Chicago & N. Vt
C, M. & 8t. P
C, C O. & St. L
Colorado F. I
Colorado 4k Southern
Delawsrs Hudson... .
DeaTST & Hlo Orande....
Denver 11. O. pfd
Distiller' Securities ....
Kri 1st pfd
Kns td pfd
Orest Northern pfd
Great Northern Or ctfs. .
Inter bo rough Met.
Int. Met. pfd
Int. Marine pfd
International Pump ......
Ksnsas City Bo.
K. C. So. ptd
Minn. 4s Bt. Lou la
M.. St. P. or 8. 8. St....
Missouri, K. 4V T
M . K. T. pfd
N. K. It. of M. td pfd..
New oYrk Central
N. V.. O. W
Norfolk 4V. Western
P., C, C. 8L L
Pressed Btsel Car
Pullmsn Pslsce Car
Railway Steel Spring.
Kcpubllo Bteel pfd ,
Rock Island Co
Rock Island nn. pfd....
Bt. L. a 4. 7 !4 ptd... .
St. Louis 8 W
Bt. L. 8. W. ptd
Blos-6helsld 8. 4V I
Southsro Pacific, er-dlT ,0ft0 107 f 107
400 153 1334 133
I,10 U 6Vi S
200 2k7s 29 2D
300 32 '4 82 81
S.tOO 103 102 M2S
100 102 102 io:i
2,100 5 t
400 2D 28 2 ,
too n Ti iaia I
2.000 2L'S Z3i 22i ;
tkK) ll 21 M,
::::: ::::: ::::: l
400 14144 Hi's 141
4.400 loa ion ion
1,000 lit 134 13i4
100 44 44 Vt
100 101. 10214 lOl",
100 141 140 140
700, .103 102 10
100 t84 3D 3
100 10244 102 101
too 44 4A ',
1.400 114 113 114
800 81 80 30
8,400 120 US 120
, 72,000 140 184 138
400 22 22 124
200 148 14
400 1284 123
200 47 47
'i.'aio "ii" "ii
1.400 43 42
100 103 103
800 It It
100 44 44
Ktrw YORK. Oct. 2. METALS Stand
arrl cornier, dull: spot October. Novem.
br and UecemDer, sii.ouuin.av. irauun
market steady; spot. 64 ISs od; futures,
56 15s. Custom nouse returns snow ex.
nnri. nf ?& 74A tons for September. Laki
copper S12.5tKisl2.62S; electrolytic. S12.2i4
tasrri: cantlna:. S12.no4ii2.2j. Tin. iirm
pot and t)ctober. S39.ti&t40.20: November,
ja hvsjO 10: Ilecember. tan.ZodT.OO. Lon
don market firm: spot, 1S2 10s; futures
1K. l.ead. steady: t4.'a4.oo cew xorK,
S4.304it.35 Kast Ut. Louis. London spot.
4.12 28 tid; speller, quiei, k.wiio.w ins
York. K-tofa Kast Bt. Louis. London
27 los. Antimony, auu; unomon sa.io
4iS.374. Iron. Cleveland warrants, 46 In
London. icany nun iimn, i-o. i
foundry northern S15.25ft 15,50; No. I, S16-00
615.26; No. 1 southern and No. 1 south
ern soft. SlBOtVa 15.50.
BT. LOUIS, Oct. z.-iieaa, urmer; h axrr
4.37. Spelter, firm; Sitt.
Bostos Stoclc Market.
ntlSTON, Oct. t Closing quotations on
mlnins; stock were as follows:
Alloue lOi-Homsi s
eo. Hsuwsy piu. ......
Tennessee Copper ....
Texss st Pacific
T., St. L. W
T . Bt. L. se W. pfd...
Union Paclflo pfd....,
United States Healtr.
United Slstes Rubber,
Unltsd Ststss Stsel 14, (kH)
71,700 141 l.S 1M)
400 81 V 0
ii.soo '42 40 ' 42
42 41 41
400 110 100 HX
V. 8. Bteel pfd.
t'tsh Copper 4.400 41 40 41
Va. -Carolina Chemical t. 1.4O0 4X 47 47
Wabash 400 11 11 II
Wsbash pfd 21
Western Merylsnd 100 (2 M bl
Westtnghouse Klsctrlo IIS
Western Union 800 77 77 -77
Wheeling A L. E 3
Lehigh Vslley 4.400 158 158 158
Total sales tor th day. 414,300 snsrss.
& v 1. A 8
Anions Com j ionn outie .
B. C. C 8. M. 4 North Lake .
putts Coslltlon .... 14 Old Domlnloa
cl a Arlions oKM
Cal. 4t Hecla..
80 Nevads Don 14
11 Nlpl lug Mines.. T
.8V0 Psrrott 8. A C 8
. v.n R.nn r C. 60 Shannon 7
F.sst Butts C. M .... Superior J4
Krsnklla , 4 Superior 4k B. M. ... 2
Gtroux Coa t lS-lTamsrsck 20
Orsnby Con nel'. 8. S R. A M. 81
Greene Csnsnea 4 do pfd 4
Isle Koy.l. Copper. 12 t'tsh Con 11
Kerr Lsks 3t uh l'u Co 41
Lake Copper 24Wlnon 4
1 sells copper 3WolTsrUM 88
aitsmi Copper 17
NEW YORK. Oct S- COTTON Spot
closed quiet, 6 points lower; middling up
land. 10.20c; middling gulf, 10.45c; sales,
84 bales. Futures opened easy. October,
t tie; November. S.Svic; December, 10.10c;
January, S.90c; March, 10.13c; April, 10.14c;
May. lO.lhc: July. 10.33c; futures closed
barely steady; October, 8.88c; November,
ttftc; December, t.ttic; January. 9 87c;
February. .2c: March. 10c; April, 10.05c;
May. 10.16c. July. 10.18c
NEW YORK. Ot t. ' I. Sl'OAR Raw
quiet; muscovado. HI test, tV3c; cen
trifugal. s test. t.SSc: molasses augar, fa
teat, 5.11c. Ketlned steady.
Clsla llattev Market.
EIX1IN. Ill . Oct. S. BVTTER Firm, le
hiher at X7'c; output, 730.3t.4J pounds.
Insaos Stock Market.
LONDON. Oct. 2. American securities
were firm during the early trading today.
Prices opened about unchanged and later
advanced a fraction on light covering.
At noon the market was firm with value,
ranging from unchanged to Sd higher
than Saturday's New York closing figures.
Closing quotation, on stock, were:
Consols, money... 77 8-14 Louleillls N 144
Tl S 1 M . , K.. St T Z1
.. 42 N. y. Central in
.. Norfolk 4V W 105
..104 do pfd so
.. 1(H , Ontario 4k W 38
.. 81 PennsylTsnla 41
..!21 Rsnd ttlnsB 7
.. 71 Reading 72
.. 18 so. Railway 24
..112 do pfd M
.. 17 Bo. PscUlc 104
.. 23 Union Paclfls 16
.. 48 do pfd 421,
.. 31 U. 8. Steel (3
.. 40 do ptd , 113
.. 43 W'sbssh It
.. 24 do ptd U
S1LVKH Bar, steady, at 244d per ox.
MONEY 2Vt2H Per cent.
The rate of discount In the open mar
ket for short bills Is ST per cent; for
three months' bills. tth per cent.
New York Mlataa- Stocks.
NEW YORK. Oct I Closing quotations
nn mining stocks were as follows:
toil. Copper ...
Bsl. A Ohio
Ches. 4b Ohio...,
Chicago O. W....
C. M. 4k St. P.
Denver A R. O..
do pfd ,
do 1st ptd
do 2d pfd.
Orsnd Trunk ...
Com. Tunnel stock
Con Cal. 4k Vs...
Hor SllTsr ,
I run 8llver
siyrsdTllie Con. ..,
.15 Little Chief
4 Yellow Jacket
Oils mm Rssla.
SAVANNAH. Oct. S. TURPENTINE
KoMN-Flrm; type F, tirViti.); type.
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