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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913.
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8 Miles From Omaha Business Center
2 Miles From Florence
On Calhoun Paved Road
For Sale at a Reasonable Price
Has about 33 acres of the finest bluo grass timber pasturo
near Omaha; about 7 acres in alfalfa, balance in orchard; has
G-room house and other outbuildings. The land is rolling but
would make an ideal country home on account of being so close
to Omaha and on a paved road, or can be divided into smaller
pieces to good advantage. Has many different kinds of trees
(mostly oak and black walnut). Will be pleased to' show it to
you any time; only 30 minutes from down town by automobile.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
.-: 6-Room House
5435 Florence boulevard, a beautiful new
housj, modern and complete In architec
ture and finish, with every convenience
- and beautiful oak finish and floors, large
' living- room, with brick fireplace: large
' dining room and kitchen, with built-in
cupboards, expensive lighting fixtures,
; beautiful decorations. 3 Targe bedrooms,
with Rood closets, tile bath room. This
Is one of the finest lots along the Flor
ence boulevard, having" 20 splendid shade
trees, mostly elm, fine front and back
yard. Tou will like this place. Come out
and see It
Charles W. Martin & Co.
Tyler 187. 216 Omaha Nat. Bank Bids.
IMPROVED ten acres on N. 16th St.,
near pavement and car; best of soil; with
or without truck garden equipment;
household goods. Call 6902 N. ICth Bt
CITY FROPERTY iron SALE.
. Business Property
On 2Uh 6t In South Omaha, within a
half block of the very belt retail district,
wo offer a large piece of ground with
good brick building covering about halt
Df'the ground. It now pays 6 per cent net
on the price it can be bought for. but
heirs must sell and divide. This Is a good
.Investment with most of the value in
land that. Is near the center of the re
tail district and will grow. We can ar
range to carry a large part of the price
(345,000) In a loan on the property. This
Is a class of property that cannot often
bethought on a 6 per cent, basis. In five
r ten years this will seem rtdleulomly
Harrison' & Morton
916 Omaha Nat Bank. Tel. D. 314.
Practically new 6-room stucco home. In
Client condition, oak floors and lln
ffi. ism cosh will' handle, balance same
'rooms hot water heat, dandy condi
tio oak ''finish and floors, beamed ceil
ings'. ro P& loctttd easy term5.
, New bouse, built by the owner for a
horneT has large living room with beamed
.ulntr fire Place, excellent lighting iix
?wres large fining room, excellent but
'ret kitchen" Three dandy bed rooms and
slepingieporch on the second floor good
: , Glover & Spain
' ' 919 Cltr Nat l Bk. Bldg. P. 1962.
Close In Buy
Nine-room houae, 8 blocks from
P. O., modern except furnace; largo
corner lot; paved streets, paving
' paid. Reasonable terms.
The Byron Reed Co.
Phone Doug. 297. 212 South 17th.
Brand new. strictly modern, on om
floor, oak finish, combination lighting
fixtures, beam celling, built-in book
cases, fireplace, panel wall, plate rail,
window seat, wall all decorated, furnace
Vat. laundry connections, fine lot, pav
lng paid. Here Is an attractive home
located Just a little north of Kountse
Park. Owner says get an offer; t&OO cash,
t a on TnrH .
1(6 McCague Bldg. Doug. 16S3.
HANSCOM PARK HOME
$300 GASH; BALANCE
1609 8. 27th. three blocks from cross
town line and three blocks from Park
line. Good two-story 6-room house in
first-class repair; reception hall, parlor,
dining room and kitchen downstairs;
three large bedrooms and bath upstairs;
open plumbing, good furnace, fireplace
In living room. Fine lot, 50x127 ft., all
level, the back yard being fenced with
tight board fence; S7th street paved
with Purington block and the pav
ing all paid for. This Is a REAL
BARGAIN. Go out and see It
right away, Qwner home all day Thurs
day to show you through. Price, $2,750;
tSOJ cash, balance like rent Quick pos
Payne & Slater Co.,
616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
A Real Snap
3015 B. 33d St.; nearly new home of 6-r.
and bath; 2 large bedrooms and bath up
stairs; t-r and hall downstairs; hot
water heat; full basement: lot 52x115 ft.
Price on this property 32.7S0; small pay
xent down, balance easy; 1 block to car.
R. H. Landeryou
221 State Bank Bldg. Douglas 2151.
tine building lots
near the car Iln
city water, good
cation; terms 11
DOWN. II A WEEK
"without Interest; you can start to build
as -soon as you pay your dollar.
H. H. HARPER.
1013-14 City Xat'l Bank Bldg.
I'lione Douglas 2S9G.
TO BUT, SELL OR JtKNT. FIKBT SUB
QHN W. ROBU1NS. 1401 FARNAal IT.
ACHKAOn FOR SALE.
CITY PROPERTY FOR BATjE.
and rental terms for the balance buys a
fine, large, new, square house of six
rdoms and reception hall; nicely deco
rated throughout; oak finish In three
rooms; all floors oak. The rooms are
nice and large and very conveniently ar
ranged. Three fins bed rooms and bath
room upstairs, one bed room across en
tire front of house. Nice cemented base
ment, guaranteed furnace: paved street,
paving paid. location Is first-class. Bee
the house, buy it, and get away from the
unprofitable rent habit.
SCOTT & HILL,
807 McCagUe Bldg. Douglas 1009.
A lot on 21st, near Pratt St. for ISZ3,
ana on terms.
O'NEIL'S R. E. & INS. Agency.
IMG Farnam Street.
Tel. Tyler 1021.
READ THIS AD.
New S-room, strictly modern house In
Dundee, finished in oak, 4 bedrooms,
sleeping porch, full cellar with toilet; 1
block to car. Will take good vacant lot
or (-room cottage as part payment; bal
S. P. BOSTWICK,
Tyler 1606. 218 R 17th St.
7-room house, 2911 Seward St; best offer
6-room modern bungalow, 819 N. 22d St.,
South Omaha. Tel. D. 3607.
Buy; This Double House
That pays 12 per cent and the rent will
pay for it in eight and one-halt years; or
occupy half and draw 6 per cent on
entire Investment. This Is a. good house,
on good lot, located right. A few hundred
dollars or a desirable property will make
the first payment; terms on the balance.
Call, write or phone E. B. Glbbs, ES6 a.
aoth St, Omaha. Tel. Harney 1192.
riWlNULKY Ke OIPK,
Have moved from 238 lie Uldgi to fifth
floor, room 5ta
BRAND NEW BUNGALOW FOR SALE
6 rooms, all modern, oak finish; one
fine sun room, full cemented basement;
19th and Evans St.. overlooking park.
Telephone during day, D. 4428; evenings,
NEW, modern oak finish bungalow of
5 rooms, with oak polished floor; all
rooms nicely painted with flat tone paint;
and elec. fixtures; paneled dining rooms:
full cement basement; Rogers furnace and
large garage In rear, slzo 14x20; has elec
tric light and city water. One block
south of Ames Ave.; east front on 21st
T. W. HAZBN. 207 & 8 McCague. D. 1800.
HANSCOM PARK, west side. Seven
rooms, nearly new; hardwood Inside; hot
air, electricity, gas; exceptional location;
accessible; all improvements. Douglas
ABSTRACT OK TI1XBS.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
flee in Nebraska. 206 Brandcis Theater.
FARM A RANCH LA HUH FOB BAE.H
102 ACRES on river, tl.000; U cash, bal
?.nce.. ' yws 1W acres, 11,600. Box 67,
320 ACRES fine, levol land; rich, dark
brown loam soil; only 1H miles from
town; on Burlington R. R.; In northwest
part of Weld county, Colorado, where you
can grow the best kinds of small grain
without Irrigation. 80 acres under culti
vation; fenced on three sides with 3 wire
fence. Can also sell the adjoining half
section that has 120 acres under cultiva
tion. Price 120 per acre. Will sell on
small payment down.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney Bt
5 MILES OF COUNCIL BLUFFS,
120 acres; 105 acres farm land, is acres
good pasture with some Umber; about
25 acres alfalfa. 12 acres timothy
meadows, 4 acres orchard. Good 7-room
house, barnes, sheds," wind mills and ex
cellent road to city; a good all round
farm; we know of nothing better near
either city for the price; $130 per acre.
Let us show you. McGee Real Estate
Co.. 106 Pearls St.. Council Bluffs.
FOUND ANOTHER HOMESTEAD 323
acres, 20 miles out; In settled neighbor
hood; fine farm land, not sand hills.
Price 1178, filing fees and all. In cor
ner of Colorado. J. A. Traoy, Kimball.
NORTH PLATTE FOREST RESERVE,
233,000 acres of land, and Ft Niobrara mill
Itary reserve, 44,410 acres, open for regis
tration by lottery at North Platte, Neb.,
beginning October 13, ending October 23.
H13. Drawings at North Platte, Neb., at
10 o'clock a. m.. October 28. 1913, and
continuing as long as necessary. You can
register for 640 aores. President's proc
lamation signed September 80. Write for
R. A. SMITH.
Colonization and Industrial Agent
Union Pacifla Railroad,
160 acres in Holt county, Nebraska, 6
miles from county seat. 40 acres In corn,
balance in meadow, all nice level land.
Will trade for a good grooiry stock.
Price 340 per acre. For particulars write
to J. E. Roberts. Milton. Ia.
FOR good, cheap, agricultural land, any
sized tract; write Joe Lyons, Desk 6.
FRED government land In northern
Stevens county, Washington, where
failure of crop Is unknown. Good eolL
good climate, no drouth. For partic
ulars address Floyd C, Smith, Northport.
GREAT BARGAINS Improved farms
and wild lands, near good schools,
churches, creamery and towns. Easy
tayment and long time. Great datiy,
clover and fruit country Write me to
day George C Rice, Burnett Co., Web
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Reoeipts of Northwestern Wheat
Show a Deoided Let-Up.
CORN FOLLOWS THE WEAKNESS
Yellow Cereal Tmre After Wheat In
Its Loss of Strength Anionic the
Trndera of the Pit Clos
ni-i ... . OMAHA, Oct. 9, 1013.
..r,.!m9. '.P1 h-v recently been made
FLn? buU ln wheat that northwestern
lecelpta were to show a marked letup
!n f,ne ytry n,ttr future were at least par
tially borne out yesterday. Besides the
almost entire absence of hedging sale
against our northwestern wheat, as well
os on western Canada account the run
of cars at Minneapolis and Duluth was
only Ml. while for the corresponding day
?ne y1"...0 lt w 1" th face of
these bullish conditions there was a loss
of He for the day( and both the Decem
ber and May futures closed almost at
the very bottom prices reached. A Min
neapolis message to the Armour Grain
company said that country deliveries of
wheat showed a marked tailing off and
that prices there are too low to draw
wheat from the southwest; that a great
deal of wheat Is now going from south
ern Minnesota and South Dakota direct
to the south as well as to the east
Q rowers of wheat ln the northwest hold
the whip hand. The matter of price rests
largely with them. It la generally be
lieved that farmers who were forced to
dispose of their grain because of demands
from bankers have evened up their posi
tion In the financial world, and that there
wilt be less pressure on the grain now
held back, and that ln case of any de
terioration In the crop prospects of South
Africa a general bull reawakening will be
seen. This change will not only be seen
In tha principal spring wheat murivcl.
but In the entire grain world. There are
some men ln the trade who believe ln
wheat, and they are looked upon as the
more conservative handlers of this cereal.
The average carriers advance the opinion
that while the export trade In the wheat
of the United States Is at an end for a
time they also believe that the heavy
taking of Canadian wheat will be felt In
this country sooner or later. That while
our visible supply Is a big one and that
Canada is largely In excess of a year ago,
the wheat will all be wanted either at
homo or abrbad.
Cash wheat was unchanged to Ho
torn followed wheat In Its weakness
and suffered losses of UH4c for yester
day. There was scattered liquidation by
Chicago professional longs on the general
ravoruble weatner over mo torn yc""
ThArn nr. flritnA In thn trfl.de WhO VOlUn-
teer the opinion that tho markot Is about
sola out ana mai inosc who uro uun
buying on the weak spots are accumulat
ing iinM rr n hull movement later on.
Liverpool was about steady ln the facet
of continued good reports from Russia
and Rumania. ..
Cash corn was unchanged to He
higher. There was little change In oats.
There was no talk whatever relative to
Canadian supplies and tho market was
not disturbed because of any outside in
formation. Cash oats were unchanged.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
428.000 bit; corn, 3,000 bu.; oats, nono.
Liverpool wheat closed H01 lower;
corn, HTd lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,312,000
bu. and shipment 646,000 bu,, against
receipts of 1,1)22,000 bu. and shipments of
1.816,000 bu. last year. .
Primary corn receipts were 387,J00 bu.
and shipments 619,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 467,000 bu. and shipments of
201.000 bu. last vtar.
Primary oats receipts were 763,000 bu.
and rhlpmenta 764,000 bu., against re
ceipt of 1,049,000 bu. and shipments of
899,000 bu. last year.
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 38 111 101
Minneapolis 411 ... ...
Omaha 23 40 26
KanM City 44 63 29
St. Louis 72 20 64
The following cash suies were reportcu:
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 1 can 81Jic;
2 cars. 81c, No. 3 hard Winter. 2 cais.
SOHc. No: 3 spring, 1 car, 81tta; V, car,
79c. no. 4 spring, Vt car, vc. no, i
durum, 2 cars, 80a. No. 3 durum, 1 cor,
80c. No. 8 mixed, 1 3-5 car, 79Wc. No. 2
mixed, 1 car, 'Kc. No grade, 1 car (durum
mixed), TTc. No. 4 durum, 1 car, 7S&0.
Rye: No grade. Vt car, 60c. Corn: No. 2
yellow, 8 cars, 6014c No. 3 yellow, 10 cars,
69 ',4c ; 1 car, 69c. No. 4 yellow, 1 car, 63c.
No. 2 mixed, S cars, 63i4c. No. X mixed,
4 cars, 63c; 6 cars, 66Hc. No. 4 mixed, 2
cars, 68c No grade, 1 car, 67Mcr car,
00c. Oats. Standard 3 cars SSfta No. 3
white, 1 car (choice), 39Ho; 1 carsi 39c.
No. 6 white, 6 cars, 88c. No. 8 mixed,
2-5 car, 3sHg. Rejected, 1 car, 38HO.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3 hard,
SlQSlHc; No. 3 hard, 80Vic; No. 3 spring,
7!!MUc: No. 4 nDflnff. 79Q! No. 2 durum.
80o ; No. 3 durum, SOo; no grade, 77c. Corn:
ISO. i yellow, kjhc; no. a yeuow, ouxiwkc;
No. 4 yellow, 6Sp; No. 2, 694c; No. 3, 68
69a; No. 4, SSc; no grade. C0Q72V4C. Oats:
Standard, 3Sftc; No. 3 white, S939Vic; No.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
LOANS of 11,000 and up desired on Im
proved real estate. Large sums a spe
cialty. W. H. THOMAS,
, 23S State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
LARGE loan our specialty. Stull Bros.
WANTED City loans and warranto,
W. Farnam .Smith St Co.. 1320 Farnam flt
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property In any amounts.
U TO! TtTTjrTCT
823 Cty National Bank Bldg.
yty-i xnaei neater uiag.
HARRI8QN & MORTON, 9)0 6m. Nat.
"". nrcnu ximg, itn ana yarnaro.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co".
' " u J
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED 7 or 8-room house. Q-398, Bee,
WANTED Five or stx-room new house,
Address H-397, Bee.
WANTED TO HE ST.
T.M(l Inn Wa.t nf - . mil
north of Leavenworth, south of Dodge;
wuivuun, uim ur iwo nving rooms,
private hath, or exclusive use of bath be
tween certain hours; willing to pay lib-
rallv for rtirhf RPCAmmful.H... ...
dress A 290. Ben.
WANTED By young married couple.
3 or 4 furnished rooms or small furnished
flat; must be modern and reasonable:
will rent for about months. Address
- . -. - . r v .w..v.4 v. will UlUiailca O-
rnnm imrlm.nh m.n,,
Boaenstock. the Flatlron.
WANTED-Room In private family 57
dining car conductor; young people pre-
icricu. iiiu.i ud moaern list. Care Mil.
lard Hotel, A. Luttroan. ro w"
LIVE STOCK MAIIKE!' OF WEST.
Ship lWe otock to South Omaha. Save
mucnie Kim Mnuaags. rour conslan
ments receive prompt and carsful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants,
MARTW BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
American Telephone & Telegraph Co
A llilJod of Two Dollar r slurs will b
4l4 en WtdDKdtr, OrtoUr . 1U, to itotk.
bol4rs of rwid at tlx cIom of budssis u
TauOr. B4Btnt- :. lilt. "
VlUUA.ll n, DRIVEN. Tretturir.
s II.T7. o Ml (I)
rejected. JSVc. Barley
tine. 67ff76c: No. 1 feed. eSStte. Rye
fso, x, wc, .no. J, wo
CHICAGO GRAIN AMI PROVISIONS
Fratnres of the Trnillnar unit Closing
Prices on Ilnnrit of Trade,
CHICAGO, Oct. .-lnstead of proving
bearish, tho government report today on
wheat turned out sllRhtly In favor of the
other side. The news, however, came too
late to affoct prices, which closed steady,
unchanged to a shade loer. As to corn,
the Washington estimate showed soma
gain as expected. The cereal, noverthe
IMS, finished Uo to HtWo net higher,
with oats Ho to Wcffic up and provi
sions ranging from be off to a like ad
vance. Most of thn time today wheat sagged,
Influenced In part by the predictions that
the government analysis of the yield and
quality of the spring crop would count
against the bulls. There were also re
ports that acreage seeded to winter wheat
had reached liberal proportions and that
thn plant, lato In somo sections, was In
Selling pressure at IJverpool from Rus
sia and Canada, favorable Argentine crop
advices and a forecast of Inrgo world
shipments for the week all tended to de
press the wheat market. Prices here,
Uiowevor, were steadied by moderately
active buying on tho part of a leading
house and because of a considerable drop
ln northwest receipts. Drouth news from
India, and German reports of unusual
buying of foreign wheat to be used In
mixing, received also due attention.
Corn prices bulged on account of un
settled weather, receipts being light and
a more- active Industrial demand. Mis
souri dispatches told of dampness Injur
ing corn ln shock and of more or less
Insect damace. Oats developed a better
tone with corn, although trade was not
large. The buying was chiefly invest
ment demand of a conservative sort.
Packers helped provisions upgrade, and
then sold on the advance. There was
said to be on Improved shipping call for
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open.l Hlgh.l Low. Close.lYest'y.
Jan..! 19 75 1 19 S5 19 70-721 19 80
May. 19 92W 19 W I 19 80 19 W
Jani.l1 10 67K1 10 G2KI 10 63 1 10 (0
May. 10 7G 10 80 10 76 I 10 80
' 10 47&
RJan..' 10 45 110 47-WI1 10 42MI 10 47W 10 474
May. 10 65 10 00 10 CO 10 W 10 67Ji
rin.lMf fnti nrlpA were:
WIEAT-No. 2 red, 82O0Sc; No, 3
red, 904j!c: No. 2 hurd, 8GMCr0o; No. 3
hard, 84H65V4c', No. 2 northern, 8707MB;
No. 3 northern, &vmlM No. 2 spring, S4
84Hc; No. 3 spring, !4S6o; velvet chaff,
R3fle614c; durum, 78S6c.
CORN-No. 2. 70A31lc: No. UWMh
7lc; No. 2 yellow, 710'HHc; No. 3, OOH
TOHol No. 3 white, 70aC0Ui No. 3 yellow,
OATS-No. 2. 40ttc; No. 3, 40Vlc; No. 8
white, 40UNlHc: stanflard. 41Hc.
RYE No. 2. 66K6Vic.
SEEDS Timothy, 33.76fi6.2o. CTover,
PROVlSIONS-a'ork, 822.00. Lftrd, 16..
Omaha Hay Market.
PRAIRIE HAT No. 1 to choice upland,
I12.00O12.60; No. 2. 310.00fil2.00; No. 3. $3.00
6110 00; No. 1 choice midland. lll.30Olt.00;
So. 2. 39.5311.00; No. 3, I8.0rt9.00; No. 1
to choice lowland.J9.00tfl0.00; No. 2. J7.00
09.00: No. 3. 85.00O7.00. Straw: J5.00a$.0tf;
choice wheat 31,6006.00. Alfalfa: No. i
to choice Is quotable, tt4.00nu.OO; No.
, 312.0014.00; No. 3. J10.0012.00.
I.trerpool Grain Market.
IJl Pill UUM, ' '
steady; No. 1 new Manitoba, 7s 3d; No.
2 old, 7s ta; HO. a oia, IB iu: iiiiuron ensv;
October. 7s ttd: December, 7a Wi March,
7s lMd. . .... ,
CORN opoi, QUiei, American inixeu,
7s HHd; De'Cember La Plata, ts 2Tid.
Coffee Market. '
NEW YORK, Oct . COFFEE Lower!
European cables, reports of an easier
cost and freight situation and heavier
ruling of primary receipts seemed re
sponsible for today's decline In tho coffco
market. After opening 2 9 lower the
market sold aboui 14it2d not lower and
closed Irregular at a not loss of Ofl-21.
October. .97c; December, 10.17e; January,
10.27c; March, 10.61c: May, 10,C6c; July,
10.84o; September, 10.93c. Spot, unsettled;
Rio No. 7, 10Hc; Baritos, No. 4, 12140.
Mild dulet: Cordova. lMTlSUc. nominal.
NEW YORK, Oct. 9. METALS Lead,
easy: 34.40 bid; London, 20. Spelter, easy;
35.30Q6.4O; London, 120. Copper, dull;
October to January, 315.62 to 316.37; elec
trolytic. 3l6.75ffl6.87; lake, 817,00: castinrr,
316.W10.75. Tin, steady: spot, 340.40340.80;
October, H0.WpiO.0; November, 340.46411
40.76. Antimony, dull; Cookson's 38.30.
Iron, quiet and unchanged. London mar
kets close das follows. Copper, dull;
spot, CT2 7s6d; futures, 72 7s 6d. Tin,
dull: SDot 185 10a: futures, flS6. Iron,
Cleveland warrants, 63s.
St. I.nnls Clenrrnl Market.
HT. LOUIS. Oct 9. WHEAT No. 2 red.
93flO(c; No. 2 hard. E$V4O0Sc; December,
tmcl Mav. 92HQ02HC.
CORN NO. Z, 7i'c: NO. 2 wniie, TiWiW,
December, 699ic; May. 72c.
OATS No. 2, 4ieUHc; No. 2 whl
42MQ14Sc; December, 41?jo; May, 41?ic.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Oct 9.-W1IEAT No.
2 hard, 8390c: No. 2, 8369Hc; No. 2
red, 9192$c; No. 3. 8791c; December,
83(Sr4o; May, 88V40S8HC
CORN No. 2 white, 74c; No. 3. 78c; De
cember. 70HS70o; May. 72KT3.
OATS No. 2 white, 42V4o; No. 2 mixed,
London tor If Market,
LONDON. Oct. 9. American securities
opened quiet and steady today. The
market advanced on light buying during
the first hour and at noon was steady,
with prices ranging from unchanged to a
point above parity.
LIVERPOOL. October B. COTTON
SJot, good business done; prices steady:
middling fair, S.07d; good middling, 7.79d;
middling, 7.65d: low middling, 7.43d; good
ordinary, 6.77d; ordinary, 6.43d; sales.
Kmiioratrd Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK, Oct. 9. EVAPORATED
APPLE3-43ulet and steady.
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes, firm. Apri
cots, quiet and firm. Peaches, firm.
Dry Goods Murket.
NEW YORIC Oct 9 DRY GOODS
Cotton goods and yarns held today. Some
easing was noted in raw silk. Men's w-
was in steady demand for quick shipment
St. Joseph Live Stock Market,
ST. JOSEPH, Oct. 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1,600 head; market slow; steers,
35.DOQO.00: cows and heifers, 1.0oa8.60
calve, 35.0OjJ10.0O. '
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head; market
steady to ctrongj top, $8.15; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND LAMUSRecelpts, 8,001
head; market steady.
Quotations rurnUbfei br Burns, llrlnlttr A Co
Omatia National tank bundles: '
Amarlcan.Cas It. lilt , tju &ju
Iltatrlc CTaamerr pfd ju
UMtrlc CrMnverr com ,. Ill no
Cincinnati. O.. mi M u
DMr & Co, 7 par nant r'd..., IU JU
Itrtbtrrllla. Ia.. I. B. D. tl. JIM....100V4 101
Fairmont Craamarr per cant suar. It m
ralrraont Creamerr 7 par caut tti. . HV4 lot
loara Ilr. 4 U. b, IK: M
Kamaa Cltr,- Mm, 4Ha. JU M!i Ji
Kanaas Cltr Tarmlnal Itjr. i 1H0. .. J u
Mluntaln Wataa T. A T lm ctnt.. 100 lot
Miopia Wat Ulllltl.a (j, nil u m
Marcbanta- II. A L. Co., ladlanapolla,
ia. IIS , , tlu ftu
Nortbwcitem O. L A C (a. 1H1T tl J
Cltr of Omaha Walar tUt, lilt 97 U gv
Omaha (las la. 1IT J i
Omaha A C H. St. Ilr. ta. !ll...... (U MU
Otnlh AC D. St. Uj. pfd Ilii 114
Omaha tc C II. 6t lly. com U u
i-ropia a ii, i tc is aa,
Pacific fl. tc O. I p, e. notaa.
Bloui Cltr Stock Tarda la, 1110
I'll of Toronto 4s, 1)I
Tannaaaaa (a. 1111
t white. 3SV;
I clou Block Tarda, Omiha
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Killing Cattle Slow, but Lower, and
Feeders Quarter Lower.
H0QS GENERALLY FIVE HIGHER
Sheep Steady and Kat Lambs Stmnst
to Ten Cents lllaher and Fairly
Active nt Ailranrr Krrilrri
Steady to Strong.
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 9, 1913.
Receipts were. Oavtte. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday n.SM J.600 3.7tM
Official Tuesday 7,933 8.IS1 M.651
Official Wcdnesdav ... 6,119 .150 48,093
Estimate Thursday ... 3.801 4,234 2,601
Four days this week .57.638 T9Tsi5 l!Kfi
Same days last week . 31,013 M.40H 143.S76
Same days 3 wka. ago.31.lS3 17.379 H8.439
Same days 3 wks. ngo.M,S54 2,213 i;6.R)5
Same days 4 wks. ago.23,657 22.613 162.0SS
Same days last year. .33,455 17.1S5 H5.N0
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year;
... 1913. 19K. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 7M.474 7o,SJl 13,847
Hogs 2,060,680 2,333,589 331,939
Sheep 2,353,601 2,0&a,6T.5 2o9,6 .......
The following table snows the rang of
prlcta for hogs at the South Omnha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date. 1913. 1912.19U.1910.19J9.19O8.l07
301 8 3HI 8 2 6 2JI 8 4I 7 S3)
.. a jitI S
8 63 7 87
2... a 18
Receipts nnd disposition of llvo stock
at the Union stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock
C. M. & St P. Ry 1 1 v ..
Wahush Ry i i
AJnlon Pacific Ry 15 13 67
)C. & N. W., oast 1 5
C & N. W west 24 17 9
C. St. P. M. & 0 8 6..
C. II. & Q east 2
U. I). & Q west 75 15 26
C. R. I. & P., east 3 4 1
C. R, I. & P., west 5
Illinois Central Ry 3
C. Q. W. Ry 1 1
Total receipts 130 61 93
Morris Jc Co. 629 Wl 4.M
Swift & Co 346 1,173 2,401
Cudahy Packing Co.... 531 1.654 1.48s
Armour & Co 3K3 1,317 2,641
Lincoln Packing Co.... 20 ... ,
W. D. Vansant Co 8t
Hill A Bon 203
F, D. Lewla 31
Huston & Co. 11
J. B. Root St Co 34
J. 11. nulla 24
L. P. Husx 64
Rosenstoclc Uros 126
MeCreary & Kellogg... 17
Werthclmer & Degen,. 191
Mo. & Kan.-Calf Co 10T
llaker, Jones & Smith.. 67
B. C. Co 2U
Other buyers 688
Total 8,600 4,606 42,399
CATTLE Cattle receipts were quite
liberal for a Thursday. 120 cars being re
ported In. The demand, however, Is sel
dom very brisk this late In the week, but
still there was a pretty fair demand and
most of the -receipts -changed hands in
Oood killing cattle were In demand, but
tho most of the offerings were not overly
good. Still there were a few cattlo hero
good enough to' bring. 19. Taking the mar
ket as a whole It can be quoted as about
Cows and heifers were not very active.
ut still they did not show much change
fti vuiiu'ureu who. yanioruay. in must
cases prices 'were little It any changed.
As reoeipts were moderate the big end
of tho offerings" changed hands In fair
Stockers and feeders were In moderate
supply as far as tho fresh arrivals of
cattle were concerned. There were, how
ever, a good many cattle In the hands of
speculators which have beon accumulat
ing all the week, the country demand
having proved to be somewhat disappoint
ing. Owing to the lack of a good buying
support from the country the market to
day was Blow and weak and aa noted yes-
leraay prices are right around 26c lower
than the first or the week, The best cat
tle, as a matter of course, have shown
tho least decline and might not bo that
much off. On the other hand the less de
sirable and rheaner irrades have .Imwn
the most depreciation.
Quotations on cattle; Oood to choice
corn fed beef steers, 817605.25; fair to
good cornfed beet steers, IS.308.7&: com
mon to lair corniea uoef steers, I7.760S.3O;
fair to choice yearlings. 3S.60fr9.33: unn.i
to choice range beeves. 37.6C4I8.2S! fair
to good ran so bteves, 37.007.60; common
to fair range beeves, I3.26Q7.00; good to
choice heifers, 36.60Q7.6o; good to choice
cows. 36.260.60: fair tn anrnl arrailna tit 9jc
05.25; common to fair grades, 33.35S.i5:
buuu iu cnoice stocxers ana iceaers, (7.2S
4(8.30; fair to good stockers and feeders,
t6.00dj7.23; common to fair stockers and
feeders, 33.0004.60; stock cows and heif
ers, 35.00(37.00; veal calves, 16.2309.60:
bulls, stags, etc.. 33.26Q&75. '
A. I'r. No. At. Pr.
... Ill I 00 37 iu ii
WJ "11 I 00
...1171 I 70
BTEERS AND HKIFKRR
...140 1 it
Mo 4 SO
1089 4 10
KB 4 76
W0 t a
loo I as
mo i a
..104 t 40
..10M I 71
..141 6 16
.- 713 I SO
..1041 6 0
..100S ( 90
..1111 I II
....1165 ( 40
COWS AND HEIFERS,
in o 4 iu
at 16 i ia
.... IU ( 80
1016 6 71
110 ft 76
1400 I 71
140 6 76
...11 6 73
...1110 6 71
...1440 4 10
tOt I 76
Ml M 3
M 7 10 4
1 I 71
7 76 2
I 00 1 . ..
I 0 1
BTOCKERB AND FEEDERS
iu 4 to
111 I 70
til I 36
477 6 76
It 641 6 10
t W I 60
2 640 I tt
45 steers.. ..1144 6 W 21 stockers.1130
46 stockers. 766
16 heifers.., 743
37 feeders, .1101
183 feeders, 1032
31 feeders.. 839
47 feeders,. 933
15 COWS,... 1002
45 steers.. ..1144
j feeders.. lioo 7 40 10 reeders,. 067 7 35
9 heifers... tt 6 60 10 feeders.. 7GJ OR
33 cows 1000 0 00 28 fetders. . VZ0 7 00
9 feeders,. 031 6 26
Charles E. Murphy Neb.
10 feeders. .1149 7 25
Sand Hills Lend & Cattle Co. Neb.
20 feeders., 1541 7 00 80 feeders. .1133 7 26
Tully Sc Musser Neb.
feeders, .1053 6 0S 17 feeders.. 934 8 65
162 T. St'.. 941 6 36
239 feeders. 1015 7 35 10 feeders.. 1015
163 feeders. 682 7 30
11 feeders.. 8 7 15
8 cows..,, 1083 6 t
24 feeders,. 904 7 60
3 feeders.. COO 6 M
15 feeders.. 91S 7 35
IS cows ...1038 6 40
20 steers 120A 7 40
11 steers.. 1260 6 65
6 cows , , 1760 6 35
5 cows 930
21 feeders.. 872
11 cows. .,
7 cows. .
46 steers ,
1SSI feelers 1015 7 10 feeders. 1015 6 35
163 folders . m 7 30
30 feeders.. 1016 7 0) 36 feeders. . 781 615
HOOS Trade opened out In good shape
this morning, first bids being made at
slightly stronger prices. Shippers got In
again today, nnd while their purchases
were not very large their buying caused
'a certain amount of competition, and this
In turn had a decidedly strengthening
effect on values. Prices Improved stead
ily as thi morning advanced, and when
first sales were made looked to be about
5C higher than yesterday. The close
showed up even better than this, and
some sales made late looked to be as
much as 6jyi0o up. On the whole values
show an advance of a big nickel. Hulk
of the offerings moved at 87.0OWS.00, while
some choice lights sold to packers ns high
as 89.15. Trade was not especially active
nt any time, but nearly everything was
cleaned up shortly after 10 o'clock. There
were not enough pigs here today to give
much of an Idea of the market, but in
dividual sales appeared to be strong to
a little higher. The general quality of
the supply was excellent, hardly anything
on the trashy order showing up.
Supplies dropped off today, only about
sixty-four cars, or 4.200 head, being re-
ln- Th0 ,otBl ff h" week Is
19,315. a aliortn.Ro of 2,000 head as com
pared with last week, and a gain of about
tho same number over the corresponding
days of last year.
No. Aj. SK, Pr. No. At, .. Pr.
" JJ J? I M lie no 7 II
J" 7 76 ... . JM 7 K
T7I W 110 ... 7
J " ... 7 10 II Hi ... 7r3
.. .17 IW 7 IJH 7 MJ IN 7 5
J IfJ 0 7 15 II.. .....Ill too Til
5 HI HO 7 II 14 ill 140 7 M
27 ...tt ... T M II W7 10 7 15
40 7 B 4 ..ISO 10 7 M
J? ro no 7 tin 14. ......r&i ... k
I' 7 110 7 so 41 321 40 7
1.. ....1I0 110 1M 74. ...,..! 1)0 7 IS
H 110 7 S3 II 6T 40 7 K
J 6 110 7 W U Ill IM TH
81.. 147 ... 1 0 41 Wl 10 7l
11 7t 60 7 10 II M7 100 7 8
J 10 ... 7 SO M IM 100 7 M
J ... 7n 67,. .....Ill 1 774
7. lit 10 7 W 61, W7 ItO 7 1714
... ... I XI f 717 ... 7l7j
371 10 t W 61, tn ... S 00
1 W 10 7 o 7 IM to I 00
1 IM 10 1 W 4 ,,177 10 Id
t til ... 7 10 U IM 140 100
7 114 ... 7 n 61 900 40 I 00
II 1M ... IN It to too
16 IM SOO 7 SO 64 177 140 I 00
to ist ... 7 to ro 4 t oo
11 IU ... 7 M 113 40 I 04
61 Sll 160 7 M C1.......M4 40 I 00
" 174 ... 7 tut t 173 W s oo
41. in 10 1 lilt It tl IN IN
M 104 1W 7 Kit, S4 IM ... 3 II
U til 130 7 :u
II....... C ,., IOO tt.. 65 .,. IM
ro M , 6 IS II.. . . M ... 00
tl IOO ... 6 60 Jl ...11 ... (00
SHEEP A good active market pre
vailed In the sheep barn, the supply of
killers being very moderate and prices
strong to a dime better on fat lambs and
fully steady on such tat ewes and with
ers as wero offered. Advices from out
side points had a bearish tone. Local
buyers were out in good season and
seemed particularly desirous of some
good killers, which In the main sold
about as soon as sorted. There was a
marked scarcity of strictly choice lambs,
there being one bunch good enough to
bring 37.10, the top for the day, against
The supply of feeders was largo and
mado up by far the greater part of the
total receipts. Quality of feeding lambs
was very fair, there being one string
about as good as has been seen here this
season. At first trade was a little slow
tn getting under way, but at a later
hour movement nnd irloa Indicated u
steady to strong market on most all kinds
of feeder offerings. Om big string of
lambs sold at 1160, being the top. The
desirable feeding lambs are quotable any
where from 35-90 to 10.60, quality and
weight fixing the price.
Tho total reoelpu were esUmated at
soma ninety-three cars or 28,601 head,
against 20,933 a week ago, 29,775 two weeks
ago and 28,338 on the same day a year
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
B00(! T-7.: lambs, fair to
good, .604r7.oo; lambs, culls. 3C.oojf4.oo:
lambs, feeders, 35.90O.60; yearllngsTgood
t0 i!n?lc5,',,5.v50tr5'Ki: . 2-arllnM. fair to
good, 33.26.60; yearlings, feeders, 34.600
6.60: wethers, good to choice, J4.36ai.cS:
wethers, falrto good, $I.004.2S; wethers.
??r.ir,4,0O4,65j ,we' gooi 9 choice.
34.0OO4.25; ewes, fulr to good, 4.754.00;
ewes, feeders. 83.2503.75; cull sheep,
No. Xv. a- Pr
263 Wyoming feeder lambs 64 6 so
291 Wyoming feeder lambs.. 65 6 to
145 Wyoming feeder lambs (5 6 30
202 Wyoming lambs 73 7 00
64 Wyoming Iambs ,,. 72 7 00
COS Wyoming lambs 74 7 00s
106 Wyoming lambs ............ 72 7 00
188 Wyoming lambs 73 7 00
200 Wyoming lambs 73 7 00
157 Wyoming lambs ,. 73 7 00
IM Wyoming lamb 73 7 00
229 Wyoming feeder lambs 61 6 60
248 Wyoming feeder lambs 61 6.60
225 Wyoming feeder lambs 61 6 60
2eo Wyoming feeder lambs 61 6 60
280 Wyoming feeder lambs.. .... 61 60
304 Wyoming feeder lambs 61 6 (0
309 Wyoming feeder lambs 61 6 60
282 Wyoming feeder Iambs 61 1 10
20a Wyoming ewes S3 3 is
183 Wyoming ewes , S3 3 16
181 Wyoming ewe 120 4 00
189 Wyoming ewes 120 4 00
164 Wyoming owes , 11 8 10
65 Wyoming ewes Ill 3 10
230 Wyo. ewes and wethers.... IOO 4 25
CIIICAOO LI VIS STOCK MARKET
Cattle 81 end y to Dime Lower Hoars
Strong to HlRlier.
CHICAGO, Oct. B.-CATTL75-neoelpU.
6,000 head; market steady to 10a lower;
beeves, 17.1WJ.60; Texas steers, 33.9Ot7e.00:
western steers, S3.15Q4.C0; stockers ana
feeders, 35.2&Qi7.85: cows and heifers, 33.CS
y.60; calves, I7.60CH.25.
HOGS Receipts, 23,000 head: market
strong to 6a higher; bulk of sales, 37.859
8.35; light, I7.l08.90; mixed. 37.7tm63;
heavy, 37.70tfS.D0; rough, 37.6667.85: pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMHS Reoeipts, 88.000
head; market 10a lowers natives, 33.90
6.00; western, 3i.10n6.00: yearlings, 15.000
6.00; native Iambs, I6.9dft7.25; western, 35.90
Knnsna Cltr Llvo Slock Mwrket.
KANSAS CITY, Oct 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 5,900 head; market steady to weak;
prime fed steers, J9.0039.t0; dressed beef
steers, 38.00ii73.90; western steers, 86.60O8.S5;
southern steers, 35.60iS7.00: oows, 34,26(3
7.25; heifers, 35.O0fl9.S0; stockers and feed
ers. 3S.COS8.2S; bulls, S4.60Q4.60: calves, 84.00
HOOS-Recelpts. 6.000 head; market
steady to 6a higher; bulk of sales, 17.J5
(fiS.25; heavy, M.054J8.26; packers and
butchers. t7.903.30; light, 87.75a4j.j7V4;
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 0.000
head: market steady; lambs, W.06S7.00;
yearlings, 35.008C.76; wethers, t4.2C4M.76:
ewes, 33.6001.35. '
Klonx City LIVn Stock Market,
SIOUX CITT. Oct 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,000 head; market steady; beef
steers, 36.60i38.60; butcher steers, 35.26041,75;
feeding cows and heifers, S6.0O34.60;, can-
f(fl.90: calves, t7.50O10.00; bulls, stags, etc..
1 .Wf O. iO.
HOGS Receipts, 3.000 hood; market
stronger; heavy, t5.60as.75; mixed, I7.85Q
7.95: llKht. S7.95I&S.0S: hulk nt mil.. en
SJ1KKP AND LA MRS Reoeipts, 8.000
head; market steady: fed muttons, 15.25
6,76; wethers. 34.r6tJ9.60; ewes, t3.604M.CO;
I, Ire Sdrck In Sight,
Receipts of live stock at the six prln
. , t Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
St. Joseph 1,600 6,600 3.00)
Kansas City 6,990 6,000 9.000
St. Louis 8.100 6,100 2,700
Chicago 5,000 23.000 35,050
nuuiu uinaua i.ZSi 26,601
Totafs 21,301 86,934 79.20J
Iloaton Stoot 3Ihrket.
ROSTON, Oct. 9,-Closlng quotations
Aiiouat aivtMonawic toL
AmaJ. Coptxr ., JJVNarada Con ijir
A. r. L. A B. IISNIpliilDc Mloea ... Ik
Arlwna Coin. . .. l s-iajvorth liutt tti
B. & C. 6. A 8. M, 71 North Lata ....... i3
t5il. A Arliooa 114014 Domlalou in
Csl: Haels 4M Oaoaola ...,,.",!.. la
Ootannlal llHulsar It
n9fr .'tans O. C OS abannoa tv
Kaat llutta U. 31.., It Buparlar ......,...! u3
rrankllB , .... lKuparlor A D. JT... 3U
(Iranbr Con. .. 7iTarartik tl
Qraana CalmDta . to V 8. 8. It. a. at...
Ills llojala Cuvftr II oo pM , .. 47
Kerr Lake . t IS ll'H.h Con. tl,
taka Coitr . IHl tan Copper Co. lid
I.a Italia Coppar tti Wloora IV
Miami ronpar tl Wolrerlns 41
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Prices Move Up and Down in Abrupt
Swings During Day.
AN ADVANCE IN MONEY KATES
Call Money llolde Firmly nt Recent
lltsrher Level necllnsr Tendency
In Certain .Honda Checked, lint
Malti Movement Dorrnvraril,
NEW YORK. Oct 9.-Thn stock market
of today was a contradictory affair,
Prices moved up and down In abrupt
swings during the fore part of the day,
although there was nothing In the way
of definite news to account for the fluct
uations. And when the one important
development of the day was made known,
which might have been expected to find
instant reflection In the level of quota
tions, the market placidly Ignored It.
For several weeks the street had heard
confident' predictions of an extra cash
disbursement on Union Parlflo of the
proceeds of the sale of Southern Pacific
stock. It was largely on the strength
of these predictions that Union Pacific
was pushed up to 16ZH. less than a fort
night ago. But the announcement today
by the directors that no action would
be taken at present and that the board
had considered no plan which would
"have Increased thn present field of the
stock" had little effect.
After & decline at the opening, the
market picked up and gave a mild dis
play of strength during the morning,
with Union Pacific, Can and Steel show
ing to best advantage. Around the noon
hour the list dropped Abruptly, reaching:
lowest prices for the long decline. South
ern Pacific and Rock Island preferred
touched new low figures for the year.
Then prices moved up to the earlier
high level. The only effect of the Union
I'aclflo announcement was to check the
rise. The list dropped slightly, but at
the close prices were well toward the
The recent turn In the money market
was accentuated by a further advance
In rates for all Ued periods. Cull money
was held irmly at tho recent high level.
Rankers were o the opinion that the
high rates might be expected to prevail
or some time and that the Nnr Tors:
money market would present more or less
o a stldft front during the time ot tho
crop moving drain.
It was pointed out that even if tho
situation Is not strained conditions might
becomo deranged quickly with low money!
rates. A shipment of gold to Ban Fran
cisco was arranged today, and It mm
expected that several millions would he
forwarded to the Paolflo coast -within
the next few weeks.
The declining tendency In certain bond
was oheckedi hut the main movement
continued downward. Total salts par
value, 31.300,000. United State 2a and
Panama 2s and 3s declined U In bid prlcea
to new low figures. United States 2s,
registered, sold "seller Ave days" ot P4V4,
compared with the previous regular
transaction at 96.
Number and sales or isaomg quotation
on stacks were as follows!
. . . . . Mala, utta, tnr. Cloea.
Aowiyainsiaa Ctopptr ... H.tW ttVt 7314 TfTtV
fAmcrlcan Drat Bussr 1
Am art can nan It, 100
Arrarltan Dan pM. ....... too
American U. A T 709
American Cotton Oil,,.. too
Am. Ioo Baourittss,,,,.,. 100
American iJoeomotlT ... 400
American a & It ., S,SD3
. .. " mu.....,,. ,, .... ..... .....
Am. Bucar Ret islsc.
Araarloan TA T S,K 114 133M
niusiitaii swvijvo sestt eatt
Anaconda Itlnlos Co.... M00
Atchison a, 100
Ateslaon pfl ,,.
Atlantis Ootst Line
riilllmors A Ohio......
BathUhem 0taal tot
Drooklrn Oluia Tr TOO
anadlan Pacirid 31,000 mu
ntral Leather soo sow
Chsaaixoks A Onto 1,000 V
Chtcaco O. W. , .....
CMeajre. M. b Ht. P.... t,W 101H
Cbleaio A N. W .,
Cbloraeto F. A I too M
Ootaoll4at4 Oas soft 1I9H 110U J10W
Ocrn Productr tOOO IH lli
IM lluUNfl,,,,,, ,
Danrtr A Itlo Orasds.... ..
nmitt a iu a. pfd..... ..
DUiiuert' Raeurltlas ...
Brta M PM ,.,
OrasX' Norttiarn ptd..,..,
Graat Northern Or ctfa
Isttrborouxh Mat, ......
Inter. Uct. pM
International rapsr too
Kansas Cltr BOuUiara...
Umlarllla A Ksatrrllla..
31., 8t. l, A a SU. M.
Mlaaourl. K. A T.,
National III mult .,
N. It. It. of M. I a tti.
Xav Tors Central
N. T., O. A W
Korfolk A Weatara
400 1414 MH
3.KO MU 4U M14
'"Hi iotU 10m;
racpls's as 700 HI
r.. u., u. bu it.,,
fitiepvrvn vxmi .........
rreeaed Heat Or....,..,
villus.. c-Mwmvw ben,,,, ...... ..... .,.
lleadlng , M.S0O 1MV4 IO
aiapupiia 1. at a., 1,000
Itavublto I. A 8. Ptd.... 1.100
llock talud Oo, 4.000
Utock liltndr Co. ptd..,., t,O0
hi. iAacs.ir.sii pia
seeooara Air MB..,
seaboard A. T. nti.,
n,ww umtinn D. 1... ......
Bouthern Paallls 11, am
flouthsra Ballwar to)
Ttnnaaaa Coppar ....... 1,100
Texas A raaltle ,.
Union raeirto ,. (7,709
Colon peoMo pfd n, 100
Unllad Btaias Ileal tr
fUntttd States Rubber,... too
United StaUe gtaat M,KO
. - a a
u, u. niMi pro. ioo
Utah. Coppar t,M0
Va. -Carolina Cbaaloal ,, 30t
Wabaaa pfd (00
Weetlnzhonas Eleotrto ,, 00
wnFanm at lauia rie... ,
, tou saias ror tns oar. 484,700 sbaras.
Nevr Vorle Money Market,
NTSW YORK, Oct . MONDT On call,
firm at 3WIA per cent; ruling rates. f
per cent; closing. lQi per cent Time
loans, strong; sixty days, S per cent;
ninety days, Ett per cent; six months.
63JGy; per cent
PRIMIfl MERCANTILE! PAPER At
IWHt per cent Sterling exchange,
steady; sixty days. 34.816; demand, $4,850.
Commercial bills, 34.813.
SILVER Bar, OOT.o; Mexican dollars.
RONDS Government bonds, weak;
railroad bonds, easy.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. B. rat ta. rc.. 44i K. C, Bo. ref. It., PI
do coupon B. deb. 4a lilt,. I1U
U. 8. ta rex 10l4 U A N. unl. 4a.... S
do coupon K. A T, 1st 4a,. 114
U. s. 4s ret 10 .do ran. 4Ha...... liu
do coupon ...101 Mo. Paclflo 4a. 17 It
Panama. Is coupon.. 19 do conr. (..... ,, 7iu
A.-a lit (a otfl... 41 N. R.ll. ( U. 4 Vie ii
Amr. As. la IMA N. Y. C. T. tKa.. It
A, T. A T. cr a,. tl do deb. 4e toi.i
'Am. iwwww ..,... n, it, an Ml.
Armour A Oo. 4He,
I0U. CT. tUs
Atchlion san. ia.,
do cr. 4a DM.
do cr. (a
A. O. U 1st -. .
U.I A Ohio 4e...
Drook. Tr. cv. 4l.
On. ot Oa. (a...
. 11 UN. A W. 1st s.
. 14 do er. 4.,..,
.10041 No. Paclflo 4e..
. I1U d tt
. 11 O. B. IV rfiLr.
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St. I.oula Live Stock Market.
ST, LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 9. CATTLB-Re-celpts,
5,100 head; market steady; good
to cholco steers. 37,3.00; stockers and
feeders. J5,6tj7.W: cows and heifers, 14.70
459.00, bulls, t5.75gTS; calves, t.0ii8UX0:
southern steers. M.O0tT7.75 cows and
Key to the Situation-Bee Adverjslng.
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