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THE HKK: OMAHA. MONDAY. OCTOBER HO. 19H.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
After Hfiry Salei of Whett More
Confidence it Being Shown,
imjJENCE FAVOEDTO BEARS
Certain nearer of Iloltlahne la
Corn Trad Rrrtair .Movement
f w C rop llaa lleen l.lfrht
aad Wrmkrr I nfavorable.
OMAHA. Oct. 3. 1311
After Iht heavy selling of wheat last
teek mora confidence aa shown today
and there considerable replacing of
lately sold long lines.
However Influences are favoring the
bears, ramel : Heavy primary move
ment. Increasing storks In the northwest
and a renewed marKctinit of winter
wheal. It lootts like it would take pome
strong hull new to start wheat values on
There was a certain degree of bullish
ness in the corn trade because as yet the
movement of new corn haa been veiy
light and the weather over the belt Is
not of tne most favorable character.
In face ot heavy receipt and bearish
covered sufficiently to nd
valuea afler the ateady de
week. Casn wheat was
Parley, bu Int.!) llon
I arlot Receipts Wheat, "0 cars, with 27
ot contract grad; corn, 1J cars, with 52
of contract grade; oats. 107 cars. Total
receipt of wheat at Chicago. Minneapolis
and IMilnth today were care compared
with rare laat week and s5 cars the
corresponding; day a year ago.
nr.w tork ur.yr.RAL market
rime of last
I nlavorable weather over the corn belt
and the light movement of new corn
liHlped the advance In corn, tarn price
were unchanged ft 4f higher.
Primary wueet receipts were 1 "lli.OOO
bu. and snlpnienta were MH.OOO bu., against
receipts ln year of 1.344, CM) bu. and ship
ments or bu.
Primary corn lecelpts were 600,000 bu.
and ahlpmenta were 43.t't bu., agalnat
receipts last year of S.t) bu. and ship
ments of M.OJ bu.
Clearances were M.OOO bu. of corn, none
ef oats and wheat and flour ejua to
1 orH.tmo bu.
Liverpool closed fcHd higher on wheat
and G higher on coin.
The following casti sales were reported:
WHEAT No. t hard: I cara, 10UV,; 1
car, II VI, 2 cars, ll.oo',, cars, tl 00, 'o.
1 hard: 1 car. ll.Oo',-,: i car. II. "2, X cars,
11.00; 1 car, Hc; I cars, W-tc 1 car, woe;
No. 4 hard: 1 car, ll.Ou; 1 cars, vevfcc; 1
car, 9o; No. 1 spring: 1 car, ll.wS; 1 car,
tl ); No. 3 mixed: 1 car, l.ti. No. 4
mined: 1 car, too. No. 3 durum: 1 car, use.
CORN-No. I white: 3 cars, 69c; No. 3
color: 1 car, live; No. 1 yellow: 1 cars, (Me;
No. I yellow, 6 cars, tc; 1 car, t4c; No.
4 yellow: l car, 4c; No. 3 mixed: 1
car. Stan; 1 cara, t cars, wsc. No. 4
mixed: 1 car, wUjo; 1 car, 'c; no grade.
1 car, 4c.
OAT8-maidard: 1 car, 4c; No. S white:
4 cara, 4iic; cars. tc; No. 4 white: 1
rar, 4tc; 1 car, 46't-; No. 4 yellow: i
cara, 46c; no grade; 1 car. 4oc.
Omaha 4 ash Price.
WHEAT No. t hard, "rVt.nV; No. 3
hard, KMjcHf 41.0.1; No. 4 had. Wsall 00
lUBN-No. white, kuyc: No. 3
while, Wt0iBr; No. 4 white, M'tMc;
No. A color. sftc; No. 3 yellow,
5k; No. a yellow, twmiri.ic; no. 4 cilow,
mno; Ncf. 3, a Nit. J, t"jtr.)c;
iNn. , fc'itic; no kisiif. ("'.vc.
OATH no. t white, 4vu4',i:, standard,
,4e; standard. 4f4f4bc. No. 3 while,
c; No. 4 Whiiv, kMt'V'l No. 4
m.o. 4&-y4.-c; No. 4 yciloar, 444'l4ic.
HA IlLKV Malting, ll.M'al 24, No. 1 feed,
hit-No. 2, ?ii9Sc; No. 3, lWf;c.
vv'heat. Corn. Oats.
t hlcagti m
M mneapolla 146
IIICAtsO CsHAI A.1U 1'HOVIilO.MS
Feat area of the Tradlav anal Closlns
Prlera urn Board of Trad.
CHICAGO, Oct. W.-Mlllars buying
large quantities of cush wheat here to-
helped give tne option market a Hit.
'j ha close was steady at o to Nfjc net
auvance. Corn unlsned Uu to Vo higher
man lorty-tight hours bvfore. und oats
up a elxteemn to '.c Latest trading
anowed bog products varying from
secilne In a iu ot a nickel.
The cash wni'iit salea were said to hn
the largest ot the season 111 Clilcagi. It
waa alkiilllcuiit that tne Improvement in
cnah Ouslnesa followid li'lxnta of export
clearances which were the most gener
ous lor months, 'the bulls look nt-urt,
too. I rum the relative ainallneu of the
visible supply lucres Mf. At onn time there
seeintvl to be a cnani'u of a ilowiiWHrd
turn Ikcuuso il preillctloiit that norili
western teuelpts would continue to be
lieavy. The euect. howevet. did not last,
and the clone w nt nearly the top
point of tliu day. 1 lei seen tne opening
and wlnduti, Iieceinber fluctuated from
efcfTJaV: to H'4irt".wv, with last prices
tJ'vc, a gain of Viko net.
I'liexiected wet wruther over much of
the corn belt Interfi rred with the fras
movement of the new grain from the
country and tended to make prices climb.
Jim ember ranged between tJo and tHc.
rinsing Ha net higher at t4lc. Cash
firadee Were In fair demand, tin t vel
ow was quoted at 74VfU7&c.
Oats lagged behind other cereals. High
and low limits fur Incember proved to
be 47'e and 47ic, with the close a shade
up at 47fl47c.
rrovislona developed an easy tone, hut
at the end of the day tha cost of products
had not been materially reduced.
Wuottatlons on leading products were:
Artlo'al Open. !!lgh. Low. Cloae. Sat'y.
,heat ' I
May.l.wv 1 xm 1 wii
t oi u I
I "ec (WNifl'a.
data I i
v. I ec. 47Sg.if
t W1 1 M4k
r 7v, r, t;,t
U 7! J 7241 10 67' 15 72,1
VtA aVa 1 4-t.t
02 -i Id)
22l r. u
a w si ii
i 7Vt :hk
I 1". i 15
274 I 374)
Cash quotations were as follows:
r LOCK k.aey; winter patents, t4 W
I 4; straights. S tijt IK): spring straights,
I"M: bakers. tJnto W.
ItVE No. 2. v.
HAllUKY reed or mixing. (-Octd'H.
fair to choice iiiHltlng, II l.Hcl.J
HKKr 1 Imothy, 13 wi u ts; clover
I'KOV IHIOXH-Me.s pork. per Mil
tl (WxtrlVTi. Ijird. er Imi ll., Ixa.i,'
Miort ribs, aides il,w.i ;.;ri t.-Ji; shun
clear aides il.oxedi Ji'u
Total clearances of wheat und flour
era equal to I w4.t liui,ei. primary
receipts were l.iln.oat IntMir.s, coiiipured
wir l,34b.WV biiehels the . hi re.,,iiilill
ay a year ago ite visible suppiv.oi
wheat in the l nlte.1 biatee was w"c ui
bushels for the week. 'Uir amount of
lo-eadMuff on octan pHsraite increasei
I l.Uil bushels. BtlnMieu leceuns r
tomorrow. Wheat, lot cuts, coih nj
cars; oats, IW cars; hogs, .fc.oio head
1 bicago 4 ash 1'ilcra heat : No 2
red. leytl wl 1. red. n.:u,,c; Vo
I hard. ti.w4l.; No. 3 i mkI. i oii t;:
No. 1 noriuern, W llnl.l., No. nortneni'
II t;il.o. No. i epiuig, tl nul.kt, No i
cprlng, 1 o.i"i 1. : ,o. Kpr.nu. ko.irij.1 irr
telvet rhelf, wctl.W: durum, iji.,
No. 2. iv.4-c; No. 2 white.
()ataloaa af lh Day
t em mod I ties.
NKW YORK. Oct 30-KI,Ol R-gulet;
spring patents 3n 1r. f; wlmer straights.
HWii4nit; winter patents, M MM 70. spring
cleats, M ?W4 , winter extras No. 1. 1 so
Xi winter extras No. 2. H 4Mi 3 .V. : Kan
sas straights, 34 7(4 SO Rye flour, stesd) ;
fair to good, V f(fl.V20; choice to fancy,
. COKN.MKAI. Steadv: fine white and
yellow, t1.flmtil.ii6; coarse, tl 3f.ffl.00; kiln
dried, ft it 3.7.1.
RYMull; No. 2, OTc nominal
Bnffiilo to arrive.
c. I r . huffnlo.
WHKAT-Kpot msiket firm; No. 2 red,
tl-fl"'. elevator export bnsls. and tl Oi.
f. o. h. aflont; .No. 1 northern Iniluth.
41 w r. o. li, nrloat. l-utures market w-as
steadier on the cables, reports of n bet
ter issli ilcmand In th" west, a smaller
Im-reshe than expected In the visible
and covering cloning r net higher tie
cemher doled tl 'M 11 If, May, tl.tWV
i'HHN-Hiit nmrket steady; No. 2 ex
Ix.rt, Kic nominal f. o. b. afloat. Fu
tures market waa nominal.
OATf--HMit market easy; atandnrd
white, X'c In elevator: No. 2. E'v; No.
X. Mr; No. I, r,lr ; natural white nnd
white clipped, fllruf.e on tiack. Futures
market whs nominal.
HAV-yulM; prime, tl.30; No. 1,
fH HO; No. 2. tl Wul 2...
HIDKS- HieHdy; Central America,
MCATIIKR Firm; hemlock firsts,
27c; seconds, 22ff24c; thirds, lft'itllc
rH(i ISIONH Pork, steady;
lir. .7'.'al7 2S: family. tl! 0'(tZI ;
clears. $li;.7.".(i 17.60 Rerf, iilet ;
IIS..'-13; fiimlly, tU.Uwl ;
hams, t.-D.'svu-ll w. t ut meats,
plrklrd lielllen, 10 to II pounds,
11.2.'.; pickled hams. tll.0Will.2i1.
firm; middle west prime, i! O.'.D.lR;
fined, steadv; continent. 33 South
American. o 40: compound, t7.2,V57.iy.
TAI.MiW Firm: prima city, hhde.,
674c; country. fl'uTc.
lt("TTi:R -Firm; creamery special.
extrss. 32c; firsts, WfllOVir, creamery,
held specials. XHr31ic: extras, 2"J 1 io ;
firsts. 2Wh2Bc; state, dairy, tiihn, finest.
!srl31c; process, specials. 2.1c; extras. 24't
244c; factory, current make, firsts, 214c
CMKF.SK Firm: skims. 12124c.
Ktltlrt Firm; fresh gathered, extra,
i.VrtMr; extra flrsta, 2ft:tlo; firsts. 2fifl2Hc;
held fresh, poor to prime. leJlc; re
frlgeratnr, flrxt season's storage charges
paid, Vrailr; refrigerator, first, on dock,
ltt.ii 20c; western gathered whites. jj:ic.
POt'I.TRY Alive, easier; western chick
ns. MS'bll'Hc; fowls, llHITlSc; turkeys,
Iflc: rirexsed, steady; western chlckena,
7'aiflc; fowls 7Wl4c; turkaya, broiling.
2;ic; olhera, Waic. .
at. I, oats fleneral Market,
ST. UflS. Mo.. Oct. 30 WMF AT
Cash, steady; trac k. No. ? red. M4c4itl 00;
No. 2 hard. (ilK"r?tl.H4; December, V3v.
May, tl 0.1V.
COHN-Stronger; track. No. 2, 7 MVS
72c; No. 2 white, 73'?j74c; Iieceinber, tV5'
OATS -Weak; track, No. 2. 4fl"j1M7e;
No. 2 white, 474'u474; Oecembcr, 474c
I'M) I ' R St ead v ; iimI winter patents,
t4 .,Vm)i4.M; extra fancy arid ntrslght, 13.
t(4 4t; hard winter clears. tJ.SOVJ 3.75.
CO 1 1 N M B A I ;t . 30.
It RAN Firm; sacked cast track, 11.13
I1AY-Ixer; timothy. I19.004J24.OO;
PROVISIONS Potk. unclianBed; Job
bing. tlil.01.). I.grd. higher; prime steam.
tviVitiH.tiri. Dry salt meats, unchanged;
boxed extra shorts f,c; clear ribs, H',,c;
short clears, 04c. Iincon. unchanited;
boxed extra short, 07c; clear ribs, 9;,c;
hurt clears, 104c.
1'ori.TltY unlet; thickens. Sc; springs,
Oc: turlieva, ItfrtlKc; ducks, Uc; geese, 84c
tl TTKIt-l hill ; creamery, ZiiiMe.
KtlUS Hteuilv; tOi22i'. '
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Pricei Fairly Strong- with Market
SHORT COVERING LARGE ITEM
Americas Teharra Ilearlaar eater
of Interest Darlna; Day aad
Stock Advaacea laeleea
Polate on the f arh.
rdt fintie r M...
ilreohf t Na
flrene Cinsnes ....
Lie Rmti. r omper..
m Salle 1 'opper
B M .
t ' c.irrlr
l a s n
l iln M
J I 1th Copper Co.
. . I.S
l.aadon atock Market.
LONDON. Oct. 3nAmerlcnn securities
opened steady and later advance! on
light buying. The market reacted at the
end of the first hour and at noon prices
ranged from unchanged to higher than
Saturday's New York closlns?.
Iindon closing stock quotations:
Kansas I tly t,rala anil Provisions.
KANHAB CITY, Oct. .TI.-WHKAT-Cash.
steady; No. 2 hard. tl.Oliti l.m. No.
3. tl iWoi Oil: No. 2 red. Wctrtl.tlo: No. 3,
Wm'.'Sc: lie. ember. II KM,. May, 11 (JM'.
CORN I'nchanged; No. 3 mixed, 72ST
72',c; No. 3. 714c; No. 2 white. 72c: No.
3. 7Hi,e; December, ll34?tt4f; May, 6-'4o;
OATS-Hteady; No. 2 white. 4.tfiKc;
No. 2 mixed. 4ti41i47'4c.
II AY-Hteady; choice timnthv, tlt.OtVJ.
JO.tsi; choice prairie, ll.l Oikj u.60.
Hl'TTKH Creamery, 24c flr.1s, ;
Kecnnds. 24tjc; packmir stock. 194c,
KtiOM Kxirua, 2,'c; flrats, iJ4c; reconds,
Wl eat. bu.
Mlnnenpnlla (irala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS,' Oct. HO WH FAT De
cember, tl.07trl 074; May, tl.MS; July,
II l.'S. nominal; cash. No. 1 hard, tl.oO;
No. I northern. tl.ofcfil.0K4; to arrive
ll.ois(il.0K4; No. 2 northern, t1.0f4u 1.004;
lu arilve, II 14 VU I.0b4; No. 3, tl.OI'o 1.03.
FLAX t.'. 12.
It A 1 1 L K V tlHcft tl 10.
COHN-No. 3 yellow, 7ft70'ic,
OATH-No. 3 while, 4,l4'9'ic
H Y K No. 2, ..
Klol'K First patenia. ."..2uljJ 50: sec
ond patents, t4N0rua.1i; first clears, ttO
I.Ou; second clears. t2.riO3.O0,
1 Islble Pnpply of Grain.
NKW YORK. tk-t. HOt-The visible sim
ply of grain In the 1'nlted Stales October
in, as compiled by the New fork Pro
duel Fxchauge. waa as follows: Wheat,
ti.'.i.l v(Mi bushels: Increase WU.mW bushels:
coin. 3.600.000 bunhels. decreuse. fliOtmO
bushels; oata. 22.620.tjO bushels, Increase.
M2.0U) bushels; rye. 1.0I7,iO bushels. In
crease. (.S.C"0 buahels: baiiev. 4.151 0
buchels. de'rease. 2000 bushels. The
statement of the visible supply of whe.it
In Canada was not Issued today, owing t )
the holiday In Canada.
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PM1LIF.LPUIA. Oct. rsO.-m'TTF.R-Firm,
extra western creamery, 31c; do
nearbv prints. Mc.
KmlS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, f. c. Jl 40 per case;
current receipts, f. c . t7 0 er rase;
western firsts, f. c, f 40 per case; do
current receipts, f. c. t7.7iV)7.M per case.
CIIKFK-Stead ; N. Y. full creanie,
fancy, I.V; fair to good, 14tl44c.
PF4UUA Oct. SO CORN Steady: No.
3 white, C.4c; No. 4 white. S44c; No. I
yellow. 724c; track. No. .1 yellow. 71ft
7lc; new. S7c; No. 4 yellow, new. (WW:
No. j iiuxeo, iic; 01a, no. 3 mixed
old, No. 4 mixed, 704c; new, 644c
pie. new. 2c
1 1 ATS- Steady: No. 2 white, old,
standard, old, 414c; No. 3 whlti
Mllnankee Grain Market.
MlLWAFKKi:. tVt SO -WHKAT-No.
1 northern, tl 1141 U4: No. 2 northern,
tl twirtii pa,; No. 3 hard winter. tl.04.i
1.P44. rie.eniber. tl0.: Mav, 11.0'V
OATS-siandard. 41Sf 4A41-.
II A KLKY Malting, tl.l2.'d 1.22.
No. 1 yellow, ij,uc; No. 3,
no. wnite, 74'uic; no. 3 yei.uw. , ,
U.4; No. 4. liwtyyC. No. 4, new, 1
wnite, iu7t'ifc; rto. 4 wmte
new, tpc; No. 4 eilow. la.ic, n0'
I yeUow. near, ee4vac. Oata. Nu. 2. 4b c;
No. I white, 4uesc; No. 3 wnue. ,,44
l.4; No. 4 wnite. 4uti4ic; standaid. 4.
0-tvc. Rye: No. 3. kc. Viuiothy, lli.u,
uU iai. 4. lover, i4.My 1 60. jbauvy, .tj
tol'TTFIt Steady; creameries, i.44j31c.
tUUo JH eipts. 2.7M cases. Market
firm; at tuara. rasa Included, 104310;
irsu. prime first. 24c.
CHtCKSK--Steady: oalaiea. I4'15"l4c:
twins. I4u;144c; Young Ameiicaa, 1IWV
14V; lung horns. 14 a 1440.
lOTAToKS strong; Wisconsin, SSflic;
Michigan and Minueauta. Ot7-'.
POI LTKY-Llve. easy; turkeys, 14c;
chlckena, c; springs. 10c.
Vi.AL tady ; to to so-lb. weights Rfl
He; su to Ift-lb. weight. 4rio4c; aa to
ll lb., I'.c.
Recelpls. Stiipm ts
... 2l,Jx 27,700
...2() 4H6 0UU
ua lUv Gv
... Zl.ujv Iw.Ouv
J'aily movement o
l.iveraool tirala Market.
LlVKKItMil.. IH t. S0.-WIIKAT -Sp,it,
nominal, futures. firm; lecember, 7a
V..1; Man h. 7a 44d: May. 7s 4.1.
CORN Spot, steady; American, mixed
fa 6.1. Futures, firm; January, &a 84d;
February, 6a K4d.
i:tsMiralr4 Apple anal Dries! r'ralt
NKW Yt RK. tK-t. 30-KVAI"ORATE1
APPLKS-Hteady with little pressure to
sell; on the spot. lojl4c; choice. K'J4c;
prime, k'iti ".
IiRIKH FRl'ITS-Prune. steadv with
a fair lobbing demand, quotatlona tang
ing from "c to 1240 for California, up
to 40-iua to H4U4c for orfguna. Au
licola. In a little belter demand, with
prices about ateadv. Choice. lil.Wc;
extra choice. I6ul4c: fancy, 17nlKc.
Feachea. quiet and ateadv; choice, llq
H4c; extra choice, H4nl-c; fancy, l.'S4
12. Raisins, firm In smpathy with the
coast market; loo muscatels. 474c;
choice to fancy seeded. 7V'i4c; seed
lees, t)1?7c; lndoa layers. ti 4" ( 1 t..
Oils isl Rati.
FAVANNAH. Oct. -TI RPENTINE
Flrrn at 4'44tSc.
UOSIN-Flrin. type F. it24tiSi; typa
O, b tt .
NEW YORK. Oct. 30-fltock market
operators were bearish today, but stocks
were fairly strong. Wall street had not
recovered from the effect of the I'nlted
State steel dissolution suit and the dis
cussion In court of the American Tobacco
reorganisation plan added to Its nervous
ness That stocks advanced despite these
conditions was due chleflv to short cover
ing. Short selling Is believed to have
played a larger part In Friday's severe
slump than wss apparent at the time,
and operators today found the market In
an oversold condition. Stocks were In
small supply and prices advanced when
ever any materiel demand appeared.
The American Tobacco hearing was the
center of Interest and the stock advanced
l! points on the curb, although It lost
part of Its gain later. The bonds were
heavy early m the day, but subsequently
l"nltd State Steel continued the recov
ery which bean last week. It rose stead
ily until It was 14 above Saturday's
close. J.ste In the day It lust part of Ita
The market sa a wiulc was well above.
Saturday s final range most of the day.
I'nlon Pacific, Canadian Pacific Atchi
son, Kile first preferred. Northern Pa
cific and Missouri Pacific, the standaid
ralleis, were conspicuous by their strength
and some of the Industrials made good
Report from the west told of a some
what better feeling In business circle, sl-
tnough lallrna l tonnage la receding.
The general bond market Ignored the
early depression In American Tobacco
Issues and showed Increased firmness.
Total sales, par value, t2.3H6.0O0. I'nlted
States bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
al It la n Clone.
AIIU Chalmert pM
Amalsamated tVippee ..
Aaierl.an Asrlrullural .
Am. Ilet Huar, ei-div.
Americas ( 'an
Ameriian c. a K
Am. roiinn tMI
Amarhan II. a U pM .
Am. lea firurHIm
American Loenmntlv ..
Amerlran H. aV It
Am. S AV R. pM
Am. Hteel Fnundrles. . . .
Am. Sucar lleflnlng. . . .
Arnerli an T. a T
American Tnherco pfd...
Anaeonits Mlplng f'....
Atlantic ('neat Line
Prnoklvn llapid Tr
t 'anadlan I'a. Iflc
Central Leather pM
t'amral of New Jersey..
1 Tieitapeake At Ohio
CM.-aa.i 4k Alton
f'hlcaxn II. W., near....
( hlraxn 11. W. ptd
Ctilcaio N. W
( hi. ago. M. St. p....
t .. I'.. C. aV m. t,
tVlnrado F. AY I
( elnrsno Southern....
t "nrn Produ.tH
Iielaear aV Hudson
Iienver a. Itto Clranda...
Iienver H. l. ptd....
I'latlllers' Racurltle ...
Krla let pfd
Krie Si pfd
Ureal Northern pfd
Ureal Northern Ore clfs.
Illinola Centra I
In! Mat pfd
Int. Marina pfd
hanaan (ily So
K. C. Ho. pld
I.niilav llle NaKhfille..
Minn St. Louie
M . HI. I. A. H, S. M...
Mlaneurl. K. T
l . K 4i T. pfd
N. H It of M 2d pfd.
Naw )'ork t'antral
N. Y., l. W
Nnrfulk at Waatern
P.. l'.. C. Mt. h
Pressed Hterl lar
I ulhnan Palac car
Hallway Hteel Hprln...
Itepuhllr Steal pfd
Hock I "land Co
Hock Island V pfd
St. U ft It. i Sd pfd...
m. iu' a. w
HI. L. H W. ifd
Hloaa Hhafflald 8. 1 ..
Hnulhern Parlfln ,.,
Southern Hallway pfd....
T., Ht. L. W
T . St. 1,. W. ptd
t nlon Pacific pfd
t'slted H'atae Healie
I ntled States Rubber.
I nllsd Hiaie Steal....
t H. Hteal pfd
t lah t 'op per
a -t'arohn t hemical
Wheeling L. E
4,ld pais i3u;
" 40 J
tu'i :s 2.1
IIKI . tH
I IN) JS
t.iM 41 S 4U
I, lull 89
i 400 144
Total sales tor tha day. 4JIS) a ha ret.
I fit 14
Sew York Moaey Market.
NKW t)RK. Oct. S -MONET-On call,
steady; 24U.'4 per rent; ruling rate, 24
per cent; closing bid. S- per cent; offered
at per cent. Time loan, easy; sixty
days. 34434 Per cent; ninetv days, 34r
S per cent; six months, "44i3 per cent.
PHI.MF. MKKCANT1LK PAPF.R-44W
i per cent.
HTKRLINtJ F.XCHANOK-tEaey. with
actual business 111 bankers' hills at tt.kti'O
for sixty days and at 34.44175 fur demand.
Commercial bills, $4 s24.
HILVER-Uar, M4c; Mexican dollars.
HONDS-Oovernment, railroad, steady.
Closing quotations on bonds today wars
..lnni,aii m. N. 444 ... 4
. "t 'Japan 4a , 7S
MIS Ou 4'a n.,
1"1SK 4'. IV. lal la... 7t.
IHSL. . leh. 4a l:il .. 71',
II I. N lint. 4a. . .. M't
M M . K ac T. 1st 4a. 1
ton, do 4Wa m
Hv,Ma Pacltlr 4a 131,
"SN H B. ot M. 44a US
1IISN V C. ISa .. .
Sa S do dek 4s . IJ .
aS.N. T , N. II. A H.
...i"S er. s
...I.'ISN 1st e. 4a
r. "' du rr. 4a
... MS N Psclfie 4a
... s.'S do Sa
Sen. . L rid 4s.
4SIX.B ev. 3Sa llll
loss ,o eoa. 4s ...
SISRaadln ra 4s.
t!is. i- a s v. it
I S ref. Is,
do roupan . .
I r. re .
I 8. 4s. ret
do roup.. a . .
mer. As Is
A. 1 AT .'
Armour aV t'o.
rin c. 4
A C. L. 1st 4a
Hal. Ohio 4a
da S XV. ISa ...
Ilrook. Tr. cv. 4..
iwa. of tie. la....
( an Leather Is. . . .
e of N. J la.
Chse Ohio 4S.
C. PI sV 14 I. 4s ..
do (an 4a.
C. M. HP
4 H- I A P.
de rfs 4
HI'S do (en. a.
14 ?t U H W r 4a
e do let gold 4....
SS A U ad), a...
. . S.S'8.,. Par. e. 4a....
4 4s SO', da v. 4a
r. 4a. 74 da 1st rf 4s
S1. K4IIS4T la...
in:o Ind la 74S do gn 4s...
i'oI'I M'd. t .. In Inn IVifle
', 4 I r 4Sa S da cv. 4s
II 4V Ft
Ulallllars' la .
Krte p I. 4a..
do gen 4e ...
s, 0 4a. ear
do aerlaa B...
Int Ma4 4Ss
do l I Sr rat. 4a.
V. S Rurr aa...
St S Flaal Id la...
14 eya .Car. tliaai ta.
M h.k Ut la...
74 d. Is4 4t ft 4..
4S W -ia M4 4a. .
17 Waai. HI.-, rs I
W la. antral 4a .. . .
1st rat. ta. MS Mo. pc. . v. I....
Haals HtvrW Market.
BOSTON. Cot. 30. Closing quotation on
-ork were a
Aassl. t opper .
A 1. L. A
Pull Coatllloa, ..
lal. A A.laou
fal. A Hexla
ta Haas C C.
41 N'evad Con
14 NIP' sain kllnsa
41 Noi-th Hun
4S Sank Lake
!4"l4 lioaalalua ..
41 Oaeaula . ..
IM Parrolt t. A O.
'onsola. money . 7
do aco.int 7
A ma I. Copper ....
Baltimore A Ohio.. 4 Pennfylvinla
Canadian Pa-lflc 14Hand Mines ...
t tieaapeehe A OMn. 73SHea.1ln
Chi. Oreat Waatern. IH',outhern Hy ...
Chi , Mil A Ht. Pl! do pfd
! Peers US Southern Paciflo
llenrer A Rio O 54 Prion Tarlflc ..
1.1-14 IIUlBTlll A Nl'h 1.1
I 11 14 Mo. Kan. A Trl. 31S
.. l2'4Nw Yok Central. ..HT
.. 44 Norfolk A Western. lms
. IO14 do pfd eoi
.104 Ontario AWeater. 31
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Fair Seller at Steady
do 1st pfd
do td pfd
nrand Tr-mk ....
lllinela t 'antral
MONEY 14 per cent.
The rate cf ulscount In the open mar
ket for t:ort bills is .IVn3' per cent; for
three months' bills, :ivn;i, per cent.
. 494 do pfd
. JJ4 I' H. Hleel
. .', do pfd
. 43 Wabash
. 27S do pfd
steady at 25 19-1Bd
thins on mlnlnu
Com. Tunnel sto. k
Cu. Cat A V....
Leadvllle Con. . .
Oct. TA Cloning fUOt-
imi I, line Chief S
ti Meil.an 3W!
17 (mlarlo ion
0 I'pl.lr I'"'
S 'Standard PHI
loo yellow Jacket 44
NKW YORK. Oct. ."A COFFKK-Fu-
turt'g opened stea.lv at a decline of 10 to
IHjinta pnder heavy liquidation, Kuro-
penii sellliiK and local boar pressure,
which was encouraged by lower Kuropean
rabies and rumors of financial trouble In
Mraxll. The Koealp was that a Itra.llliin
film which had been short iiauwO baas,
showing a mini.y loss of about 2.QVhOQ
francs, has made a settlement for l.imO.
0Ot franc and this seemed to be taken
locully as indicating that a supporting
factor had been removed. At any rate
the market soon sold about 20 to 34 points
under the clcslng figures of Saturday,
with Iiecember contracts declining to
It.iif.c, or about 110 points below the
recent high record, while later deliveries
showed losses of from 1VI to lHi points
from the best level of the season. Tim
decline was checked around this level
by fealltlng on the part of recent sellers,
while offerings nlo became rather
lighter and prices rallied several poluta
from the lowest, but awakened again In
the late trading under renewed offerings
for Imth accounts, which were R.coin
panled hy rumors of an easier tone In
the spot situation and expectations of a
bearish world's visible supply statement
early next month. The close whs Heady
at a net decline of lojil'l point, (-'ales.
m.Ot') hags. October, M.ltk-; November,
I4.c; Iiecember, II; Jutiuary, 13. Wc;
Fehruarv. l;i.4."c: March. 13.10c; April,
lltflnc, Mas, Jliri. July. VMr, August,
ll.lixc; September, U'.97c. Havre was lVir
3 franca lower. Hamburg was l1, pfgs.
lower. Rio unchanged at 9tZ; Santos 4h,
unchanged at St ami; 7s, nominal. Receipts
at the two Rrazlllan ports, b'.,000 bag,
against 4S,0i bngs last year; Jtindlahv re
ceipts, 57.UOI ongs, against ;.:tiio bag
lust year. New York 'warehouse deliveries
Saturday, 1.1,374 bags, against 6,014 bagn
last year. Today's special Santos cable
reported 4s nominal; Sno Paulo receipts,
tTT.nOO bag, against 7:i.0M bags the previous
day. Spot unsettled; Rio No. 7, ir.4fi l"nc;
Santos No. 4, 11141 164c. Mild quiet; Cor
dova 175 19c nominal.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30. METALS Stand
ard copper, dull. Spot. October, Novem
ber, i.tecembrr. January, t12.0nrnl2.2i). Lon
don market, easy; spot, uli 6s; futures,
C-s. Custom house teturns show exports
of SO.5. tons so far this month. Ijke
copper, tl2.5i"'ai2.ffl,,; electrolytic, tl2.374'.r
12.&0 and casting, 13.124'ii'12.2."i. Tin, quiet;
spot nnd October, t41.6tMI.I; November,
841 .75 : Iieceinber. 4l.34i'4l.".'i; Jauuai'v,
t4l.7.Vff4I.MO. London market, steudv; spot,
tivi; futures, 1M Ion. Lead, nulct, tl.2r.'n'
4.30. New York; ti.2i bhl. East St. LoiiIh.
liondon, 15 las tx). Spelter, iiomlnal, t-l.-tl
Sit.3() New York; 3o.aJ bid Bust St. Louis,
london. tM pis. Antlmonv, dull: Cook
Hcn's. tS.0t)a8.la4. Iron, Cleveland war
tants, 4iiei 44d 111 London. Locally Iron
was quiet. No. 1 foundry, northern, tla.tw
(U'i:.M; No. 2. tl4.7..rn lD.2f.; No. 1 southern,
und No. 1 southern soft. tlrVflnfn 15.50.
ST. LOl'IS. Oct. 30 METAI-Lead.
quiet at t4 124. Spelter, stronger at tn.20.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30. COTTON Spot
closed quiet, 10 points lower; middling up
land, !!.3.c; middling gulf, 9.60c. Sales.
Futures closed steady. Closing bids:
October, 8c; November. 8..ic; Iiecem
ber, K.llc; January. S.jOc: February. .97c;
March, 9c; April. !i.06c; May, O.lik-: June
9.16c; July, U.21c; August, 9.10c; Septem
larpentlae and Roain.
SAVANNAH. Cla.. Oct. SO. Tl'RPKN
T1NE Firm 46c; sales, 301 bbls.; receipts
SM bbls.; shipments, 2S7 bbls.: stock
RfiSIN-FIrm; sales,' 2.T9I bbls; receipts.
t.tM bbls.; shipments. 6.KfiO bbls.; stock.
M.6I0 bbls. Quotstlons: H. tO..V: P. 16 40-
1 4.4; F. tl. H. I. K and M li!VV V
and t. 17 20; W and W. fT.W.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.-PRY GOllDS
The opening price were named on Miring
carpets dining the day, reductions varv
Ing from iTh- to IS 00 on various ruus l,t
domestic nianufa.-tiiie. Cotton gonda are
easier, with trading of a steady char
acter, but In small lots. New silk is
NEW YORK. Oct. 30.-8 FO AR-R w.
quiet; muscovado, N test. 6 2n4c- cen
trifugal. W test, i.734: molasses sugar US
test. 4 974. Refined, easy.
BT. I.OCI9. Oct. SO WOOL Slow; terri
tory and western mediums. IThXc- tne
mediums, 16-yloc; fine. 11-tiK.c.
r.lajln Duller Market.
KIsfSIK. Oct. 30. RUTTER Firm; at
Sic. an advance of 14c over last week'
output, Uil.'itD pounds.
Kausaa I Ity Live tork Market.
KNASSA CITY. Oct. "O.CATTLEt Re
ceipts, IK.flOn head. Including 1.300 head
southerns: market strong to l.V higher;
riresced lieef and export steers. JT.Inj s. 7;,
fair to good. i.0i.i..!l0; wcM.rn eteers,"
t4 0isti7.ro; Miockers and feeders, St oi,i
t-'ih, southern steers, H.hUn.Voii; eouthern
cow. t:.rt".'t4.25; native cows, f-' i tin
native lielfera H.au.7i'.; bulls, fj.lo-ii 1 ;.o:
calve. 14 fKsV'7.:s.
HliCiS-Receipts, 8..Vki head: market
strong to ic higher; bulk of sales, t7 674
4ii.3i4; heavy, f- 26 ft 6. 3S : packers and
butchers. U"dj6.3.'4; light, t4.7ifi'; V
plan, 14 i:jji.i). '
SHEEI AM. IMBS-Recelpt. 12.000
bend; market stroiik;; lamb. fttii.iW
j earllug. t3.hVn4.oO: wether. tJ.Ooo t 6ti:
ewes. t-' WiJ S.; stockers and feeders. :.oo
1J Z. 7 j.
l.atais 1.1 stack Market.
IXU1S. Oct. .T. CATTL-Re-9.341
head, tticliiding 2.4) Texan;
eirong. iisti imi lilalier: native
shipping and eiport steers. IT 2tii.ii-
dt caused and butcher steer. tUtiho 7 -VO;
steer under I.HaJ pounds. t4 mm 8 i",;
lockers and feelers, (3 af.'.tVi 7j; cows ami
heifers. t-tu7.0i). canners. ll.0iMt3.tsi;
bulls. 1.7!Saii.2?.; culves. 4 O0.0S ."4); Texas
and Iliiilii4.li eteers, t4.0".ru7 tX); cows and
HtMiS Kecelpta. 11.024 hesd: msrket
steady 10c higher; pig and liKhts, R'im
4i: p ackers. 16 l'.oo.ti., butchers und
beet l.eavy, 6 3h.rt6.ell.
SHe:k;F AMI LA M US Receipts. 4 ?
brad: market, steadv loo lower. Native
multoi . t3.3 -l 75; lamba. t4 Ik'ti " 71 : cull
and bucks, tl "3.U; sleeker. l'yV,iii.
Receipt of live stock at the flie niin.
clpal mirketa yesterday:
'attic. Hogs. Sheer.
St. Joeeph ...
St. Louis ....
. . 2..Vsi
. . St,tal
4 0i a)
.:) -iA.ni i- eo
HOGS ARE FIVE CENTS HIGHER
Fat sheep and l.amh la Moderate
Receipt at Prices aa Mark 41
Ten to Twenty Cent
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 30. 1911.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
K4 hi, mated Monday ...n.en a.4,,7 ao.issj
Same day last week. .13, 037 . 3.146 67.1J6
amc day 2 w ks ago,12.n;o 2:i3 4t736
Same day Itkt ago. 10.3X3 J.3h 48.737
Same dsy 4 Wks ago. 16 Ml 1.S45 6k.9A
riame day last year.l3. i,5S3 33,017
The following table shoks the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep st South Omaha
for the year to date, sa compared with
last year: Wll. l:.10. Inc. Iiec.
''Httle. .iKn.43.1 1.0IS.644 30,209
h"t I.sm;i4.6 1.M.M0-. a5o.27i
H'"'fP .'.621,744 2.474.W1 47.221
The following table shows the average
prices paid for hoks at South Omaha for
the last few daye, with comparison.
I'ate. I 1311. :i910.lnV.9i.;Wi7.ions.!190S.
!M' 6 I1 I 8 31l T Bl 6 291 6 9Si S 2
Oct. 22.. I I u 1 62 S 43 6 S7 6 16
Out. 23.. I fi 34Vl lu iUi -M 1.: S 14
Oct 24.. I 6 2', 6 60) i 41 1 6 4, 6 121 6 10
out. I.,.., t, z.,is k 4; 7 M . j 5 i9 g u 6 0l
Oct. 2b.. I IV.k .'i''l 7 60! 5 64 1 6 46 16 4 94
Oct. 2.. I 6 lu! M 7 54; 5 tj U 13, 4 M
Oct. ih.., to U o M, 7 02, 0 S 65 I 4 92
Oct. I S i:t T t 6 GUI 6 4N K.I
4.-l. 6 IS', 1 1 7 i 6 Wl a 5V 6 tiij 4 94
good, t3 t'-f 3. SO; Wethers, feeders, t?
3.26; ewes, good to choice, It 2.'tr3 So.
ewes, fair to good. t3.(Kti2.26; ewes, breed
ers. f:l.ZrVa4.oTi. ewe, feeders, t2.25-fi2.7j;
ewes, culls, tl .1Vn2 IS.
33 Nebraska lambs, feeders ... 55
10 Nebraska lamr, fdr. cullt 40
417 Nebraska ewes, feeders 11
170 Montana lambs, feeders.... 72
41 South Iiakota ewet tt
jne u.outa jL'akota ewe, fdrt.
Kaaaaa Cltr Llt Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 30 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2000 head. Including l.Onn head of
southerns. Market strong ti. 10c higher
native steers. t.i.2f8o.7B: southern steers
t3.i.fe,fln; southern cows and heifer f 75
i4 2fi; native cows and heifers, t" 5"Vo 6 75
stocker and feeders, t3 7546.75; bulls t3 00
.rsvs'T, ' . R' z',; ""- steers,
4 0fli97. 50; western cows. t2.764 60
HOGS Receipts, 10.000 head Mnrket
strong to 5c higher; bulk of sale. tiWot
2.; heavy. t.25tf.35; packers and butch
MB1094-'' "gh,8 -7s-: PUT. Hffl
SHEEP AND LAMES Receipts, 15 000
?'.".l' ,M"rket strong; muttons. t2 75
30; lambs, t4.25G5.s0; range wethers
and yearlings, t3.'i'g4.50; range ewes, 12.00
V 3. tit.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at tne Lnlon Stock yard, for twenty
lour hours ending at 3 o clock yesterday:
I ill. hi
& St. P..
Cutlltf. llog:4. Sheep. H r's.
c. &. N. W east...
C. JN. VV'., went..
C. St. r. M. & o..
C. H. & g., east...
C. U. 14., west...
Omaha Packing Co....
cut t company
Armour At Co
Cudahy, from Dtnver.'.
V. il. Vansant Co
Rent n Vanxunt ei Lusli
lull c Son
F. R. Ist-wis
HtlHton rt Co
J. H. Root & Co '..
J. II. iiiil.a
L. Jr. HUH
Mccreary Ai Kellogg....
Vvettnelmer A liegan .
Al. A Nana. -Calf Co....
Cllne r 4,'hrlHiie
tuner buyers ....
C'e 1 i i-E Keeeipts
Iberal this morning.
I'OI IVU. OUl
...S.715 2,351 26,713
01 cattle were very
4lh cars being re-
CIIICAf.O I.IVK STOCK MARKET
Demand fop IIoa iow !heea
Stead- tattle Higher.
00 IUAC,,' rt'. 30 -f'ATTT.E-Rccelpts.
23.0TO head; market mostlv 10c higher
beeves. t4.50b.75; Terns steers, t4.Oiyu5.S0;
western steers, t4.15-a7.00; stockers and
feeders. l2.wyS5.70; cows and heifers, tl.00
&... 5: calves, t'.O04j8.75
HOGS-Recelpts, 30.000 head; market
slow at opening prices; light, IS.stW6.45;
mixed. f..Wo6.60; heavy, t5.Mrf.i6.60; rough,
to.sujiaj.6o; good to choice heavy, f; of.if
6.60: plus, $3.75933.65; bulk of sales. $6l.-tf
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Recelpts. RS flfk)
head; market steady; native, $2 nn-ri 3 70
western, t.30r,,3 75; yearlings, t3.50'ri t'2r,:
neHve lambs, t3.5itJ5.75; western, t3.75'i
as several train were late
at the Varila that Slinnlv ci
avciuaiiy on aaie was by no. mean
large when tne market opened. At the
oatne time there was a very fair demand
suid encouraging advices from eastern
rfui. inese two leatures combined
...jv.i. more me into the trade than
" cu "i ue ciose of last week.
It would be safe to qupte all kinds of
cattle, both killers and feeders, as fairly
active sellers, with prices steady to
fctrong. in some cases salesmen who
happened to have something that Just
struck a buyer's fancy thoutfht that they
secured prices that were as much as loc
Higher than last weeks dose. On the
other hand, some cattle on the common
order may possibly have been weak.
Quotations on native cattle: Oaod to
choice beef steers, f ! 75'a'7.60; fair to good
beef steers, t4.75y5.75; good to choice
heifers, t4.7n(.30; good to choice cows,
H.Axm.DO; fair to god cows, t3.7i4.25;
common to fnr cows, $2.60i3.65: veal
Quotations on range cattle: Oood to
choice beef steers. t6.5ty36.oO; fair to good
beef steers, HT5W..50; common to fair
beef stwrs. t4.25i4.75; god to choice
i I- r8' 'fo-OO; sood to choice cows,
t4 3uC.j4.90; fair to good cows. t3.7tVg4 30;
god to choice stockers and feeders, 4.6o
.."J';1. ,r to KOod "tockers and feeders.
?4. 254.46; common to fair stockers and
feeders. t3.4tVo4 20; stock heifers, $3 2frfj 4 23 '
', etc., 4.1. 2o'g 4.90.
At. Pr. No.
6 T5 47
120 I CO 2
774 a so 1
W E J4 T E K.N S N Kim A M K A
23 cows 871 3 63 5 feeders.. S5
26 feeders.. 9ot 4 SO 20 heifers... 905
t heifers... 718 4 50
Wood Unarn sh
124 feeders. 977 4 00
Kllnatrlck Ttroa Kh
13 steers.. ..1170 4 65 125 feeders .1134
. , , T v Shot t-AVyo.
13 feeders.. 9 II 20
J. P. Sl.vsn.nn-lVvn
26 feeders.. 1013 R 20 2 feeders.. 1040
Mil 111 1 1A KI1T A
IS feeders.. 90S 4 40 Scows 906 III
Hot, S An active packing demand for
hogs gave sellers a little advantage and
enabled them, with the aid of a small
supply. To boost the trade to levels a
big nickel higher. Only forty loads were
received In all, and as local orders were
doubtless In excess of this estimate, vards
were cleared easily and early. Practically
cerytning pad changed hands before 1U
From a percentage viewpoint, shippers
bought a very fair quota of total of
ferings, but as far as qtsaotltv was con
cerned, their purchase was small. Only
lx tir seven loads moved on outside and
Sales were closely bunched at the ad
vance, long strings landing at K1748).20.
Hest quality animals on kale reached
16-224. only a split nickel above the high
pr'ce paid at last week's close.
St. Joseph LItb Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Oct. 30 CATTLE Re-S?1iJ-'M0
n,,ad; market slow; steers
t4.50in.i6: cows and heifers, t2.50-36.00:
calves. t3.0flfd7.25. jv.w,
HOGS-Recelpts, 8.000 head; market
Slow; bulk Of sales, t6.1Sfl 30.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. 4.000
head; market slow; lambt, t4.603f5.85.
PLANT0N BAD RIVER
riERKE, S. D., Oct. 30.-(Speclal.)-C.
C. Bennett and B. A. Cumins have sent
a grading force to their tract of about
00 acres on Bad river, a short distance
southwest of Fort Pierre, to get R Into
shape for Irrigation work next year. The
ditching and leveling will bo done this
winter, and the pumping plant for taking
water from Bad river will be Installed
before next spring, to be ready, for opera
tions at the beginning of the' net crop
season. Their work Is a part of a gen
eral plan to be carried out by a number
of different owners of land In that vicinity
to put the lower part of Bad river valley
Into a garden spot through the use of
the water of Bad river.
If you have anything to sell or exchange
advertise it In the Want Ad Columns of
ine ee and get immediate results.
RAILWAY TIM5 CARD
UNION STATION Tenth Jt Mason.
.a 4:06 pm
a 7.U4 am
ail :3o pm
a 3.30 pm
..1104 t 44
! 4 1
No. Av. Sh. Tr. No. Ar. fh. fr
tl !t 12.' 4 U 1.0 :; ,n a 17.4
' 4.1 4 IS 4 ISO 0 4 17Wj
a 21 4.1 4 li 47 !7 in t 7U
JS 48 4 lTUj 4 THt Mi) tin
4 .'-11 . 171, 77 i4, , :
;ti 24n 1 m, 4t ins so 4:0
ci 3-4 ... 4 17 7ft t7 Sod 4 0
It JK4 151 4 17', J7 S4tl 4 :
' :J4 ISO 4 17', M 245 40 4 20
"' 2S4 0 4 17', 43 lis 411 4 ;
5 324 1M 4 17', 4: J 1M 4 M
4' 11 1M 4 17', f.l ISA 40 4 in
77- It 1 4 17', 44 .HI 40 4 M
' J'W 4 17', ; in, ln 4o
' U J 4 17', 74 m 40 4 :a
232 n 17', ;4. ... 4 'O
'-"17 V.I t IT, 47 7 SJ0
" . l"a !! i:i 40 4 So
47 :ili 40 4 17i, , ,
44 -ill 110 4 17V, 4.1 :s -on 4
l !:-4 l 4 17', tf :.t jo 4:0
ii 307 SO 4 171,
PIOS rililis ANO ENPS.
S ... 4 M t :sj ... 4 IS
14 ll'l ... 4 Ho
SIIEKP Receipts of nhcep were the
snmllrst this morning of anv Mondav
since Auguet. At the same tiiiie the de
mand was fair and the feeling on the
market unfavorable to seller. The bulk
of the receipts consisted of feeder, tlie
oifeniiKH of iai stock being limited.
licsii-uhle kind of fat lambs a well
as fat sheep commanded price that were
fully steady with lat week's close.
Strictly prime fal lambs were quotable
as high as fc.SO. Oood wethers reached
U 60 and ewe moved around t3.2.ti 3 50.
The demand for feeder waa brisk :nd
the market active, with prices liyusic
higher than lat week. Heavy lambs
wiiu iair swiniiK top went Dark Into
the country at 14 90 and less, while little
Vi to 43-'oiinders were bought around
M.ul' Feeder ewe rcnged around t2.Mtf
2 i.) for toppy kinds.
Conditions In the feeder trade had a
hciilthv appearance and seller of tin
finished siutf found no trouble in placing
their holdings. Oemand from the country
seemed bread from the start and higher
price were easily obtained for hulk,
most varieties bringing flgurra lou2oc
up. StrongweiKhl lamb with a fair kill
ing lop went back Into the country at
44 M and lee, w hile little Ha to 4-oundsr
were bought around MOO. Feeder ewe
ranged around tZ 50412-65 for toppv kind,
with plain to poor classes selling on
down the list.
Quotation on eheep snd lambs Imbs.
good to choice, t.', skajeS.OC lambs, fair to
good, t.'. 2f.i6.6.; Ian. I., fetsler. tl 5td
4 .; yearllna. good to eIOic, $:t.50ii4 S3;
rlin. feeier. M2.-o4.7f.; wether,
good t .holt.e, SJ.JlaisJ 76. wether, fair to
Depart. San Fran. Overl'd L..au 4oam
China & Japan r . M
Atlantic ICx press
Los Angele JLIm'd..
Centen'al state Sp'c'
Oregon-VVaoh. L,im't'd.al2:50 pm
North Platto Local.... a h:15 am
tjrand Island Local. ...a 6:30 pin
Stronmburg Local. .....bl2:41 pm
4. k tea go av Artnne4ter
Minn. -St. Paul Ex. ...b 7:00 am
Mlnn.-l. l aul L't'd.. .a 6:00 pm
Twin City Express. ...a 7:to am
Sioux City Local 4 t:o pm
Minn. At Dakota ex..a7:oupm
Twin City Limited. . a 3:4o pin
Carroll Local a7:uuam
Dayl ght Chicago ....a 7:40 am
Chicago Local al2:0upm
Colorado-Chicago ....a-6:10 pm
Chicago Special a 6:02 pm
Pac. Coast-Chicago... a 6.36 pm
Los Angeles Limited. a :60 pm
Overland Limited ....a 7:66 pm
a J:40 pm
a 6:46 pm
a 6:4o am
a 6:lv pin
a ti:jo pm
a 7 27 am
a 4:50 pm
a s:2u piu
a 4:45 yui
b 1.2V pm
a s :00 am
a 10: 30 pm
a 3:28 put
a ii:lo am
a 7: JO am
a 6:10 pra
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a 3:28 pm
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a i.ij pm
all :00 am
a 6:20 pm
b 6:20 pm
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all :00 pm
Carroll Local a 4:30 pm
Fast Mall m 8: JO pm
Ceuar Rapid, Sioux
Centennial State l.ini. 12:40 am
Long Pins a 8:00 am
Norfolk-Dallas a 8:00 am
Long Pine-Lincoln ...a 2:16 pm
Hastings-Superior b 2:15 pm
Dead wood-Hot Sp'gt. .a S:b6 pm
Casper-Lander a 3:66 pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:30 pm
Chicago, Hock latanM alt t'aclti
Rocky Mountain Ltd.al:3S am alO:J3Dm
Chicago Day Ex a 6:45 am a 4 30 p m
Chicago Ical Pass.. bio ::5 am bl0:l;pm
Chicago Express ....n.wpm al:iopm
Des Moines Local P.. a 4:27 pm al3:l2 pin
Chicago-Neb. Ltd. ...a o:06 pm a 7:4 am
Chi. -Neb. Lmd to Lin
coln a 8:01 am
Colo.-Cal. Expre ...al:16piu
Okl. &. Tex. Express. .a t:00 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd..aiu:46 pm
Omaha-St. Louis Ex.. a 6:30 pm
Mall and Express a 7:02 am
Stanb y I (from C. B )b I Wpm
IC. C. & St. I,. Ex... .a 9:20am
K. C. .it St. L. Ex.. ..all. 15 pm
Chicago, Milwaukee & si. Paal
Overland Umlted a 7:50 pm 1.12 am
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GOVERNMENT SALB INPIAN LAND.-4
Absolute Title Olven Tha unallottad
lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Na
tions of the I-Tve (ivlllrcd Tnbet In Ok
lahoma, and not Including the coal and
timber segregations, will be sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder at the
following terms, times and places at not
less than the minimum price stated In
the advertisement: tlradv countv. Chlck
a.iha, f8 tracts, S7.5H0 acres. November
1. 3, 4; Ptephena countv, Duncan. 71
tracts. 89,300 acres. November 6. 7. :
Jefferson county, Ryan. 702 tracts. 4H. tot
acres. November 9, 10. 11; love county.
Marietta, S.'4 tracts, 7.'..V1 acres, Novem
ber 1.1, 14. 15, 16: I'arter countv. Ardmore.
1.178 tracts. 9-T3C0 acres. November 17. 1V
20. 21, 22. 23; Murray county. Sulphur. 35.'
tracts. 26. rtJO picres, November 24. 2.".; (5nr
vln county, Pauls Valley. 621 tracts. X.:t
acres, November 27. 2S. 29; McClain
county. Iltrcell, 2S5 tracts. 14.600 acre?.
December 1. 2; Pontotoc county, Ada. .Vfi
tracta. ' 45.300 acres. December 4. 6. :
Johnson county, Tishomingo. 564 tracts.
3;'. 20 acres, December 7. o, 9; Marshall
county, Madlll. 279 tracts. 1S.50O acres.
December 11; Bryan county. Dorant. M
tracts. 26.100 acres. December 12. 13; Atoka
county. Atoka. 1.300 tracts, 124.100 acres.
December 14. 15. 16. is. 10; Coal county.
Coalfcrnte ftisl 1r;ir-t r4 I'JIil si'1.4 1 leeeto-
ber 20, 21. 22; Hughes county, Calvin, 4:'.7
tracts. 50.700 acres. December 26. 27: Pitts
burg county. MeAlenter. 1,C30 tracts, 16,'.
100 acres. Iiecember 2. 20. 30, mil: Janu
a.' y 1. iittsaeii couniy, r.tia;ier, ai-
tracta. 30.:t00 acres, January 3, 4; Latimer
county. Wllbiirton. i;i 1 tracts, 15.O1X1 acre.
January 5: l,eflot'e county, Poteau. 2."i
tract.-., 21.S14) acre., Janimry 6; Pushma
taha county. Antlers. 641 tracts, 2.iM
acres, January S, 9. 10; Choctaw countv.
Hugo, 561 tracts. 37,500 acres, January 11.
12. 13; McCurlaln county, Iilabel, ITS
tracts, 54.500 acres, January 15. 16. 17, IS,
1012. Not more than 160 acres of agri
cultural and 640 acres of-other lands will
be sold to one person in nny one nation.
Agricultural lands are those having 11
minimum valuation of ts"0 or more per
acre. Terms are 25 per cent at the tune
of Rale, 25 per cent In twelve months.,
and 50 per cent In two years, with 6 per
cent Interest. Payments must be made
in the form of draft or certified check,
pnvable to J. O. Wright, commissioner.
I'pon full payment betim made at anv
time deed will Issue. Immediately after
approval of sale certificate of purchase
will Issue and possession be given but
cutting of timber or drilling or inininu
for minerals thereon will not be permitted
until full payment of purchase price.
Right Is reserved to reject any or ail
bids. For Information apply to the Com
missioner to the rive Civilised Tribes.
Muskogee. Oklahoma, or any of the Dis
trict Agents as to lands within their re
spective districts. Lists of these lands
have been prepared hy counties, showing
the teimn of sale, the description of the
i . . .. J I . . 1 . , ... 1,
isi luun 11 aim ewm mini iiiwiu i. ...
will be Impracticable to furnish each In- (
quirer all of these lists, and It la sup,-
gesteu that persons desiring such Infor- J
niatlon specify the locality In which they
are Interested. Blueprints of the various
counties, showing the location of the land
to be sold, will he furnished upon appli
cation to the undersigned upon the pay
ment of to.50 for each county. In the
form of draft or postal money order.
J. it. YVR1UHT. Commissioner to the
Five Civilised Tribes, Muskogee, Okla
homa, August 1, rni.
PROPOSALS FOR MANt'FACTL'RK OF
Clothing Chief Quartermaster's Office.
Federal Building. Chicago, 111., October
U, 1911. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received here until 1 o'clock p. m.. No
vember 23, 1911. and then opened for
manufacturing and delivering at either the
New York, Philadelphia or Chicago depot
of the Quartermaster's Department: 67.000.
I II U- T 1. u K I ' ,i t , 1 1 11 I '..a t u 11 11 .1 109 ISIO nnll-H
Olive Drab Cotton Breeches. Foot. The
Olive Drab Cotton V'nlform Cloth, Olive
Drab Silesia, Bronze Buttons and Split
Rings will be furnished by this Depart
ment. Quantities to be subject to in
crease of not to exceed 5o per cent, if
desired by this Department. The right
Is reserved to reject or accept any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Prefer
ence will be given to articles of domestic
manufacture, conditions of quality and
prlco (including In the prlctf of foreign
productions or manufactures the duty
thereon) being equal. Standard sample,
can be seen, and specifications, blanks
for proposals and full Information will
bo furnished upon application at this of
fice. Envelopes containing proposals to
be endorsed "Proposals for Manufacture
of Clothing, to be Opened November 23,
1911." COL. JNO. L. CLEM. Chief Quar
termaster. Oiil-N 1-2-3-20-21
TROPOSArS FOR LEGOIN8 AND HAT
Cords Chief Quartermaster's Office,
Federal Building, Chicago, III., October
1, 1911. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office until 12:00 o'clock
in., October 30, 1911, C4d then opened, for
furnishing and delivering at either the
Boston, New York, Philadelphia. St.
Ixiuis or Chicago depot of the Quarter
master's Department: 25n.OOO pairs Ig
glns. Canvas, and 112.H0.) Cords, Hat.
subject to igcreaso of not to exceed 50
per cent. If desired by this Department.
Right is reserved to reject or accept any
or ail proposals or any part thereof.
Preference will be given to articles of
domestic manufacture, conditions of
quantity and price (including In the price
of foreign productions or manufactures
the duty thereon) being equal. Standard
samples can be seen, and specifications,
blanks for proposals and full Information
will be furnished 'upon application at
this office. Envelopes containing pro-
fosals to be endorsed "Proposals for
,egglns and Hnt Cords, to be Opened
Oct. 80, 1911." COI JNO. L. CLEM, Chief
The bids Invited above for 250.000 pairs
leggins will be opened January 3, 1912,
Instead of October 30, 1911.
Twin City Limited..
Twin (ity Express...
a 4 ,uo pm
a 9:15 arr
a 6:50 pin
..a 8:35 pm
.a 8:4) atn
..a 5:18 pm
..a 7:00 am
..a 6:00 pm
a 7:48 atn
a H :0 pm
norllngton Station Tenth & Mason.
art I as ton
Iienver & California, .a 410 pm
puget Sound Express.. a 4:10 pm
Nebraska points a 8:2" am
Black Hill a 4:10 pm
Lincoln Mall b 1:20 pm
Northwest Express... .all :S5 pm
Nebraska point a 8:20 am
Nebraska Exprese a 9.15 am
bchuyler-Plattainouth b 3:0o p.n
Platlmoutli-lowa ... :1S air,
Bellevue-Plattmouth al! 30 pm
Chicago Special a 7:15am
Denver Spcial all:36pni
Chicago Express a 4 i pm
Chicago Fast Expre a So pm
Iowa Local a 915 am
Crcton tla.t Local b3:3upm
St. louls Expre a 4:30 pm
K C. St. Joseph alO 4 pm
j! C. at HI. Joseph a 915 am
K. C. 4 bl. Joseph a 4 J j.m
Webatcr station 1 6lh anal We hate.
Auburn Local bt:50pm bu 65 am
Ihlcago, . Paal, Mlnaeapolla at
a 3.4.". pm
a 3:4,5 pin
a C:!0 pm
a 3:45 pm
a 7:00 am
a 6 10 pm
a 6:10 pm
b 9 0 am
blO 20 am
b 8 0s am
8 50 am
a 2 40 pm
all 15 pm
a 7.00 pm
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all 4'. am
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a .10 pm
Sioux City Exprast.
Sioux tity Paa
Twin City Paaa.. ..
tb) dally, except
only. (.) daily-
,.b 3 26 pm
. b ( 45 am
...b 6.66 piu
bl3 .t pm
c 6 24 pm
c 9.26 pm
Third Annua CrtnM
T South America
Fy the 8.8. BLl F.CHER
(13.600 tnaai. tbe targ
et cralaiDg steamer
wiling from one America
to tbe other, lifter
every luxury and com
fort. Leaving New York
Jan. 20, 1912
Ports of call:
Montevideo, Pnnta Arena (throurh
tbe strait of Magellan ),alparald
.serosa tbe Andeai. ftneans Arm, Hlo
ale Janeiro. Ilahla. Para, Port of
paln anl &t. Thomas.
Optional Bid Trip Eeerywher.
5nK5a 3 DAYS c. $350
fao rri fo fa Orient. Wejl tniift,
arousal ra S'wd, ifa.'s 4l fjyjif, ffu
' Send for Illustrated booklets.
lri . Bandolph St., Chicago, 01 Ijcat ui,
Vacations ;nhe Tropics
Tbe Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
S. West Indies
Seventy-.iK.'on.l Sutcesful Ytar
Fall anj inter trips to the most de
lightful aput In the universe, koi -gt-ou
in their tropical xplenUor.
Lvery loyal American sbould see t!ie
bin ditch bef.ira the water la turned 11.
Regular aaJliii on the palatial ltanii
TAfil'S Nov. M. 1ft (tu H-ennmlu)
TKKNT. Xov. 11 I TO THE
oniu.. x.v. iw I WEST INDUS
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