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THE BEE: OMAIIA, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1D13.
11
RKAIj ESTATES
CITY PROPKRTY FOR SALE.
S66
2969 Harris St.
At the above address we have juiit re
cently finished the last one of ten other
fine dwellings, built within the past year.
This one la as attractive, both Inside and
and out, aa any of those built and sold
by us In this addition, and should sell as
readily as the others. The materials and
workmanship are first-class In every re
epect. The design Is a bungalow ono. of
six rooms all on ono floor, with floored
nttlo and sleeping; porch above, and a
large cemented basement with a fully
guaranteed furnace, laundry sink, coat
bins, etc. The living rooms are targe and
roomy and are finished In oak and have
beam ceilings. There are two book-cass
pedestals opening Into the parlor; dining
room has paneled walls and plate rail.
Bath room Is finished In. white enamel,
with best of plurrlblng 'fixture through
out Good sized lot; frpnt yard sodded,
street paved, paving paid for. The lo
cation Is a very choice one, and yet the
price wo are asking on tho entire prop
erty is only $4,600. Harris street Is a
short street, ono block north of Popple
ton Ave., between Park Ave. and COth
SAve. Suitable terms can be arranged.
scott & hill,
Douglas 1009. 807 McCague Bid?.
New Dundee House
Never Occupied
6180 Hard St. This Is an exceptionally
well built 7-room, modern house, built of
selected material, very attractively and
conveniently arranged, with largo living
room, dining room, kitchen, complete up-to-date
pantry with front and rear vesti
bules first floor; all -finished In oak, ex
cept kitchen, with a handsome brick fire
place In living room; four good sized bed
rooms and tiled bath room, , finished n
white enamel with mahogany finished
doors, with oak floors throughout tho
house, except maple in kitchen; stairway
to large attlo with 2x6 rafters; full ce
mented basement with laundry connec
tions; fruit room; toilet; Milton Rogers'
(furnace. The location affords a beautiful
view of the new boulevard with Its sun
ken gardens and the country to the south
and west. Let us show you this place
and help -you make your rent buy a homo
with a small 'investment to start with,
George & Company
802-1. City National Bank Bldg.
i Phono. Douglas 758.
BEMIS PAEK
K rooms and bath, all modern, house
practically new, nice south front lot,
paved street; nice location, high and
sightly; located Just a little north of
semis Park .on . Seward street Pr'cc,
J3.250.
BEMIS-OARLBERG CO.
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
ELEGANT apartment slto
Farnam, Dewey Ave. and 36th.
In West
Wob. 1600.
NEW, 8 rooms, bedroom, toilet, down
stairs; location sightly as Dundee; splen
did value. Webster 1500.
OWNER LEAVING CITY Must sell
6-room. all modern house: full lot; nicely
lucaieu; gooa ncignDornooa. 3V43 juere
dlth Ave. Web. 5188.
TO BUT, BKLL OR HUNT. FIRST 8KB
. OWNER. LEAVING CITY,
Strictly modern 6-room home,, corner
lot, two mocks from car line and Hans
corn park. 233.1 So. 31st St Tel. liar. 1913.
TWO .lots, Belmont addition. 63d, near
Bpauldlng. Will sell reasonable. Webster
1928.
THREE doublo brick flats, modern, for
sio.ooo. western Real Estate Co. P. 3607.
CHOICE LOCATION
5 rooms, reception hall and bath, all
modern bungalow, With hot water heat,
lovely lawn, paved street, fine neighbor
hood, close to, car line and school. Price,
83,350.
BEmS-CAKLBERG CO.
310-312 '.Branjlels Theater BKej,
Acreage. for sale. ,
Buy an Acre
in
Cummings Heights
$25 Cash
And $10 por month buys an acre or
half-acre in this beautiful addition high
and sightly, on the crest of the ridge,
south of Elmwood Park and east of COth
St Live in the country and raise chickens,
garden truck and fruit and at the same
time work In town. Others are doing it
successfully. Why not you? As an Invest
ment Cummings Heights lots are hard
to beat, The Increase In value Is certain.
Prices 1550 to $700. Only three higher.
Phone us and we will make arrangements
to take you out at any time.
The Byron Reed Co.
Phone Douglas 297. 212 S. 17th.
FOR Floiencfc property Tel. Flor. 276.
C L. Nethaway. Florence, resident agent
AllSTUACTS OP TITLB. ,
REED. Abstract Co., oldest abstraot of
fice jn Nebraska, 208 Brandels Theater.
REAL ESTATE
FARM Jb. RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
California.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY
ALFALFA and FRUIT Lands.
Southern. Pacific and Santa Fe main
lines traverse our absolutely level tract.
Only 15 feet to wafer; also artesian wells.
Five hours' run to either San Francisco
or Los Angeles, with a combined popula
tion of far .over 1.000,000.
$125 PER ACHE EA ST TERMS.
Join our half-rate' excursion to
SUNNY CALIFORNIA
In May. Sc6 the
FONTANA ORANOE GROVES,
located on the electric line from Los
Angeles- to Riverside,
Make your rcserations early .and let us
how you the "GOLDEN STATE" from
San Francisco to, San Diego.
For free handsomely Illustrated book
lets on all' matters Callforlan, see or
write
KARL BREHMB. 615 Bee toldg.
CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and
Sd Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat Bk,
Montana
SIXTY THOUSAND acres Carey land
open to entry at Valler, Mont; fifteen
annual payments: section famous for
grains, grasses, vegetables; well adapted
to diversified farming. , For particulars
write Valler Farm Sales company, llox
1025. Valler, Mont
Nebraska,
160 ACRES of good hay land, clear of
incumbrance, in Holt county, Nebraska,
to trade on quarter or half section of
eastern Nebraska land, Merrick county
preferred. J. R. Collins, 1029 Omaha Na
tional Bank Bldg., Omaha Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha
city property in any amnunts.
' H. W. BINDER,
823 City National Bank Bldg..
MONEY TO LOAN
ON OMAHA HOMES.
NO DELAY.
J. H. Mitiien Co.,
' INC.
921 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDO.,
DOUGLAS 1278.
MONEY To loan on business or res!
dence properties. $1,000 to $500,000.
W. II. THOMAS, 228 State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
0'K.EKflS KKAL, KtSTATE CO.
1016 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
property, o, vt ana o per cent; no aeiay,
3. H. Dumont & Co.. 1601 Farnam St
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Dealers Are Taking the Profita
They Can Get,
CONDITION ARE UNCERTAIN
Wheal, Corn and Oats Traders Are
at a Loss to Estimate the Fu
ture In These Grains and
Are Actinic Cantlonaly.
OMAHA, May 13, 1913.
At this nartlcular time the talent in
wheat, corn and oats refuse to permit
Profits to get away from them, owing
to the uncertain conditions surrounding
the various markets. The one word, "un
certain." may be aDnlled not only to the
oats and corn situation, but to the wheat
market as Well. In oats there were per
sistent claims of crop damage in many
sections of the great belt yesterday, and
tl)e news received on corn was of sev
eral kinds, and tome of It was against
the bears. With tho exception of. claims
of dry weather In many districts of the
winter wneat ueit, with a promise oi
deterioration later on. tho outlook Was
just as rosy for an enormous yield of
mat grain as at any time during this
spring.
Speculation enjoyed more breadth yes-
teruay man in some days, because it
attracted the attention of traders ,at out
side markets, Including St Louis, and
one of the larger speculators thero cov
ered Quito a line of wheat In Chicago.
Whether thero was a profit In this buy
ing or not-it is unaDe to say.
The average "Yankee" farmer has fully
made up his mind that It is useless to
hold a big surplus of wheat In his bins,
as waa shown by the rocolpts at primary
markets yesterday,- which exceeded one
million bustiers, and which were double
of those a yeartago. With the new crop
'harvested and moving the receipts at pri
mary markets will doubtless brtak all
records, and It will be up to the world at
larte to take care of this wheat as
rapidly as It Is Sold by growers.
The cosh wheat market at Chicago
was dull, but firm yesterday, with sales
of 65,000 bushels to Interior millers. There
were no export sales reported by the sea
board, but Omaha sold 200,000 bushels of
haid winter wheat to go to Minneapolis
millers. A northwestern man in speaking
of this sale said tho Minneapolis millers
are badly In need of dry wheat for color
ing as well as to absorb the moisture in
the spring wheat Cash wheat was UQc
lower.
The corn stocks continue to decrease.
The receipts are small and the shorts
are the best buyers. Traders look for a
good swing In the market and they
favor the long side ori all setbacks. Cash
corn was unchanged.
The general trade In oats Is good.
Shorts are the best buyers on unfavor
able crop advices from Illinois and In
diana. Cash oats were unchanged.
Clearances were 8.000 bushels of corn.
1,000 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 946,000 bushels.
As compared with Friday's close Liver
pool closed unchanged to W lower, on
wheat and Md lowr nn rnin.
Primary wheat recelnts were SS5.063
bushels and shipments were 911,000 bush-
eis, against receipts last year of 4S0.W0
Dusneis ana shipments of 398,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 410,000 bush
els and shipments were 305.000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 755,000 bushels
and shipments of 622,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 582,000 bush
els and shipments were 633,000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 480,000 bush
els and shipments of 283,000 bushels.
O in all ii Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 86QS5V4c: No. 3
hard, 84&8Gc: No. 4 hard, 80tt8So; Noi 3
spring. 83M&S4c: No. 4 snrlne-. fajflR.tr-r Mr,
2 durum, S&gSCHc; No. 3 durum, 860S5ttc
CORN-No. 2 white, 67ic; No. 3 white.
57S57V4c; No. 4 white, 654066o; No. 2
yellow, 66Mc: No. 3 yellow, 55i66c; No.
4 yellow, 65g66Ho; No. 2, 60c; No. 3,
660 ; No. 4. 56C5Mc.
OATS No. 2 white, 35?i36c; standard,
Mc; No. 3 white, 34?ic; No. 4 white, 34V40
BARLEY Malting, 6060c; No. 1 feed,
0Q 13c.
RYE No. 2, 6714Q68c; No. 3. 57657V40.
The following cash sales were reported
today:
WHEAT No. 2 durum: 1 car. WAa.
OATS Standard: ' 1 car. SSU. Nrt.' 9
white: 12 iars, S4tc. No. 4 white: 2 cars,
34ic; 1 car, 34Wc.
CORN No. 3 white: 1 car. 67Ko: 1 car.
67c. No. 4 white: 1 car, E6c. No. 3 yellow:
3 cars. CCa. No. 2 mixed. 4 cars. 6Cc. No.
3 mixed: 1 car. (13 per cent 'moisture).
6Cc; 1 car, 65?4c; 2 cars, 65Hc No. 4 mixed:
car, uvfcc.
Carlot Receipts.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago t
Minneapolis ...
34
77
223
54
uuiuth .........
251
16
43
29
467
Omaha
20
IS
42
Kansas City...
St. Louis...
Winnipeg
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. May 13. WHEAT Snnt
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 10d; No. 2
Manitoba, 7s 9d; No. 3 Manitoba, 7s Sd;
REAL ESTATE LOANS..
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat.
GARVIN BROS. WM:
$100 to $10,000 made nromntlv. F. n.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
Gc
OL CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co..
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
LIST your house with us. We have buy
ers. Osborne Real Estate Co. Doug. 1474.
SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
AVIT.T. trndA nlntiii'A dhnnr fnr autnmn.
bile, horses or mules. Address Room ISO
Exchange Building, South Omaha, or
phone So. 543.
STEAMS HTPS.
ANCHOR LINE
STEAMSHIPS
Sail every Saturday to and from
MBW YOIMC LONDONDERRY
OLASGOW
Ocean passage 714 day. Moderate rates.
For book oC tours, rates, etc.. apply to
HENDERSON BROTHERS.
Gen. Asti., 35 XV. Randolph St, Chicago.
OR ANT LOCAL AGENT.
WANTED TO BUT.
Dolsoff 2d-hand atom nays tilehent nrir
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
WOULD like to buy a five or Hlx-room
bouse to be moved On a lot. One in tht
nelghborhtod of 24tu and Clark preferred.
Telephone Red 4301.
y&ar prices for furniture. Call D. 7SW,
D. 80C5. Quick buyer or furniture.
WANTED TO RENT
LIST
buyers.
1474.
your house with us. We have
Osborne Iteal Estate Co, Doug.
WANTED Three or four furnished
light housekeeping rooms; references if
desired. Call llaroann, S. ZCth St.
UVB STOCK MAIU' OI Ml -i i
Ship live stock io eoutn Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful attan.
tion. 1
L.lv Stool; Cuiuiii1Ium MtrchaBtt,
PYRRS BROS. & fa. flrong. reliable.
CLIFTON Com Co.. 182 Kxrnain.' Bldg.
MARTIN BRQ3, & CO.. tacbatiae Bldg.
GQVEItNJIK.NT NOTICES.
PROPOSALS FOR OATS-OFFICE De
partment Quarterranster, Federal Bldg..
Chicago, III.. May 9. 1913. -Sealed propos
als will be received here until 2 p. m.,
June 2, 1913, for furnishing oats at posts
In this Department during the three
months' period commencing June let
next Specifications and general informa
tlcn furnished on application. A 1.
SMITH, Dept Q. M. Mvl2.U-l4.29
futures, steady. May. Ts 7Ud: Jul v. 7a
6Vd; October, "a 3',d.
corn spot, quiet, American mixed,
new, 6s; American mixed, kiln dried, 6a
Id: American mixed, old. 6a lid: Amerl-
oan mixed, old, via Galveston, (a Sd; fu
tures, easy; jury, ut nam, m hu.
CHICAGO ORA1N AND PROVISIONS
Fentnrea of the Trading- and Closing;
Prices nn Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Mnv IS. Ahuonr. nf fnratirn
demand combined today with bumper
CTODS ahead denrlvrd whrat nf utr.nilh
The close was weak, Uo to 1 cent under
last night. Corn finished He to Ho down
and oats off .d'iiC to Uc, but provisions
unchanged to 25c higher.
Dears ruled wneat from tho start The
break in prices was only checked through
extensive purchasing on the part of a
few big houses. Greatest weakness de
veloped after receipts of telegrams from
the seaboard announcing that in addi
tion to there being no export inquiry
whatever resellers were aotlve abroad at
two conts under the offers from hero.
Rains In western Kansas were reported
today as having supplied sufficient mois
ture to carry the wheat crop to harvest
Ideal weather elsewhere and splendid
crop prospects bqth foreign1 and domestic,
brought about selling pressure which In
creased notably in tho last hour. Prim
ary receipts of wheat today were SSJ.000
bushels: last year 40,000 bushols. Ex
ports of wheat and flour today equalled
748.000 bushels.
Decided lncroaso promised In country
sales to arrive next week pulled down
com prices. Reports from all quarters
were favorable In regard to completion
of planting. Illinois rains lowered oats.
There was much unloading by rural spec
ulators.
Commission house buying said to bo for
packers lifted the provision market. In
the face of this lnflueno offerings be
came notably scarce.
Quotations ranged as follows:
Artlclel Open.
High,
Low. Close.
Yes'y.
Wheat
May.
July.
S9J4
S9H
sit
80WMV
sept.
Dec.
Corn
May.
July.
Sept.
Dec..
Oats
May.
W4
66.i1
65U6-V
66H
6GH
67
I66t
tw
67JTM
64i
3ft
S6
July.
Sept
VftU.
Dec,
Pork
1
May.
19 62ft
19 60
19 20
19 3714
July.
Bept
Lard
19 2214-
19 So
19 VK
19 12V
19 Zo
19 06
is Km
IS STttl
May.
10 92ft
10 90
10 8714-
10 zu
10 7714
July.
Sept.
Ribs
10 80(
10 82'
10 77141
10 80
10 85
10 8714
10 EO
10 80
10 8214
May.
11 W
11 60
11 4214 11 60
11 4214
11 0214
10 874-
juiy,
11 w
10 85
11 Wi
ll 06
10 90
10 9714
11 0214
Sept.
10 85.
10 90
11 90
rhimrn r"nnh prices Wheat: No.
red. $1.0GU1.06!4: No. 3 red, P6ce$1.00;
No. 2 hard, 919SC, No. 3 hard, 8914392c;
itf 1 nnrthern. 914S9So: No. 3 northern,
8!4'Q81V4o; No. 3 northern. 87tJ00o; No. 2
spring, 8S01c; No. 8 pring. MJWOo; No. 4
spring, 80086c; velvet chart. 87093c;
r.mrv, fi?j7?irv Corn: No. 2. 66144tS7c: No.
2 white, 6!i059!4o: No. 3 yellow. 66H
671ic: No. 3, 55146CMc; No. 3 whlto, 6144i
69o; No. 3 yellow, 56BS6l4o; No. . 6414
64ic: NO. wnne, oiWHMCi nu, jreuuw,
KiusnriM?. Oats: No. 2 white. SSlic: No.
3 white, S6?iS70'. No. 4 white, S5fc
3614c; standard, 3S!4e8!4C. uye: ro. a,
62c. Barley: 47067c. Timothy: $3.853.65.
Clover: $16.00gwl.). pom: i.bz. iarn:
$10.9214. Ribs: $U.2611.76.
POULTRY Lower; chickens, alive, 16c;
POTATOES Unchanged, receipts, 67
carti.
EGGS Firm; receipts 27,331 cases; nt
mark, cases Included, 171i181ic; ordinary
firsts, niiOlslio; firsts, uftc
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of the Dny on
Commodities.
Various
NEW YORK. May 13.-FMJUR Dull.
with a, moderate Jobbing trade. . Sprlntr
patents, $i.oo4.E5; winter straigntr.
$404.6O: winter patents, $76fl&.w;
spring clears. $4.00Q4.20; extra No. 1
winter, $3.804.10; extra No. 2 winter,
tX.7O03.SO: Kansas straight. JI.1M4.ZS.
WJIEAT-epot. easy. No. 2 red, $1.18.
c. 1. f. New York, and $1.14 f. o. b. afloat
nominal; No. 1 northern Duluth, 09Wo t.
o. b. afloat. f-uiures wero generally
easier today under liquidation, dub to
the bearish crop ana weatner news, aiay,
S8l4c: July, 96'4c; September, 95o.
RYE Market steady. No good, $3.X3
3.S5; choice to fanoy. $3.9004.00.
CORNMEALA-Market steady. Fine
white and yellow. $L3S31.40; coarse, $1.30
G1.3T: kiln dried. $&85.
flAJUtl AiarKet sieaay. no,
west. 6S14c; c. I. f. New York oxpTirt.
BARLEY Market steady. Malting. 6Ctf
C6a c. J. f. Buffalo: feeding 6414c. Nom
inal, f. o. b New York.
CORN spot mantel iirrn. import mho
f. o. b. afloat , . .
flATS Knot harelv steady. Standard
white, 43Hc; No. .2. 44o; No. 3, 43c: No. 4,
42c; ordinary clipped white, 42HG4Jc;
fancy Clipped Tvmte, tc.
HAY Market firm. No. 1, $1.10Q1.15;
No. 2. $l.001.05; No. 3, 8090c. . , ,
riBATHDR Market firm. Hemlock
rirsts, 2SpC9o; seconds, 2701Sc
PROVISIONS Pork, market steady.
Mess, $21.7B22.26: family , $24.00igCo.00;
short clears, $20.76622.25. Beef, steady;
mess. J9O20C; family, 2StJ34o. Cut meats,
steady, pickled bellies, 10Q14 pounds. 1414
tf16c: pickled hams, loc. f-irrt, firm:
miaaie west. aii.su'ij..iu, reuutu
niin.ni in ss? Routh American. $12.35:
compounds from 8HS8o. Tallow, ensy,
city, 614c; country, 5no; special, 6o.
HOi'ij oiuTKet seiauy, wio ihwiuju
to choice 1912, 1&323o; 19U, 9o; Pacific
coast, 1912. l720q; 1911. 11015a
HIDES Market steady; Bogota, 2814
2914c; Central America, 2So.
PETROLEUM" Market steady; refined
New York, bulk $4.80: barrels, $8.B0;
cases, $10.80. , ... .
BUTTER Steady! receipts, 11.359 tubs;
creamery extras. 28Hfo3o; firsts, 273
28c; state dairy, finest. M2S14c; process,
extras. 22c; firsts. 27Z?i4c; Imitation
creamery, firsts, 27c; factory, current
make, firsts, 28c; packing stock, current
make. No. 2, 23c. . .
CHEESE Steady; receipts, 310 boxes;
state whole milk, fresh colored, specials.
Ho; state whole milk, white, 1314ol state
whole milk, colored, average fancy. 12H
12ic; state whole milk, white, 1213c;
skims. 214lJc.
EaOS Firm; receipts, 37,930 cases: fresh
gathered extras, 22146230; fresh gathered,
storage packed, firsts to extra firsts.
2214c: fresh gathered, regular packed,
extra firsts. 2114 22c; fresh gathered,
regular packed, firsts. lHU20c; Pennsyl
vania and nearby hennery whites, good
to large size, new laid, 222Sc; western
gathered whites. 20J214c. ,.,,
POULTRY Dressed, quiet; fresh killed
western fowls, lSH'Slc; frozen turkeys,
1CQ25C
ATtitlnlile Supplies of Grain.
NEW YORK, May 11 Special cables
and telegrnphlo communications received
by Bradstreets show the following
changes In available supplies as compared
with last week: Available supplies;
Wheat United States east of the Rockies
decreased 1,843,000 bushels: west of the
Rockies decreased 6.000 bushels, Canada
decreased IW.000 bushels. Totals United
States and Canad decreased 2,001.000 bush
els. Afloat for and In Europe Increased
100,000 bushels. Total American and Eu
ropean supply decreased 1.901.000 bushels.
Corn United States and Canada de
creased 1.745,000 bushels. Oats United
States and Canada Increased 1,158,000
bushels. The leading decreases and in
creases reported thts week follow: De
creases, Manltobai 1,411,000 bushels; Fort
Worth, 130,000 bushels; Akron, 62.000 bush
els; 8t Joseph, 61,000 bushels; Port Huron,
60.000 bushels. Increases: Portland, Me.,
MJ,uu Dusneis; nyracuse, tu.ixjq DUshels.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
M ILWIAUKHQ May 13. WHEAT
o. i nortnern, wwbvoc; no. z northern.
91H392o; No. 2 hard winter, 93?;3Gc; May.
CORN No. 3 yellow. iWfitgo: Nn.
white, 60c; No, t, 67c; May, 1814c; July,
vovtv,
OATS-3833c.
RYE-62em214c.
Barley CiflCSc.
Minneapolis Grain slarket.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 13. WHEAT
May, 87Hc; July, WT4c; September, 83Ci
cash, No. 1 hard, SlHc; No. 1 northern,
9Hj90T4oi No. r nortnern, 7iS&Ho; No.
z naro, uontana, Wftc
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Drift of Prioei Upward, Though
Volnmo of Business Small.
LITTLE SELLING PRESSURE
Speculation Reflects tho Reluctance
of Traders to Commit Them
elrea on Klthrr
Side.
NEW YORK. May 13. The drift of
prices on the stock exchange was up
ward today and while tho volume of busi
ness remained small and the movement
was nothing more than a alow, creeping
advance, the olose of the session found
not a few of the clearing shares a point
or so higher than at the close yesterday,
Speculation still reflected the reluctance
of traders to commit themselves heavily
on either side of the market.
An Imnortant feature of the day a trad
ing was the absence of selling pressure.
Stocks were scarce and It was Inferred
that the market .was again In a sold-out
condition which made the tdohnlcal posi
tion comparatively strong. Tiie Dorrow-
ing demand for steel, in particular, waa
unusually heavy and estimates of the
short shipment In this speculative favor
ite ran into large figures. Traders took
advantage of conditions to force a rally
at tho expense of the bears, whoso efforts
to cover aiaeu in ptacina; biocks on a
higher range.
Resumption or traumg on tno Euro
pean exchanges, alter a triple noutiay,
was of Influence on this market. The
effect of the more cheerful feeling In
Ixmdon was reinforced by moderate duj
lng for foreign aocount.
Notwithstanding the firm undertone of
tho market there waa some further sell
Irir of stocks which have exhibited
market heaviness recently. Several stocks.
Including Pennsylvania ana jersey cen
tral, touched new low records for tho
movement. Canadian Paclflo wos sold
coralstentlv. at one tlmo falling back
more than two points. Trading In Consol-
tdated gas was unusually active anu
that stock was ono of the strong fea
tures of tho list
Bonds wero steady; total sales (par
value), $1,260,000. United States Ss and
Panama Ss advanced quarters on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks wore as follows:
B1M. nun. von, vioie.
AratJctmiUd Copptr .... 1.7C0 71 Till 75 H
Ararlcn Agricultural
American Bset Su(tr.,H too
American Cn 1,109
American Can pfd 400
American C & F
American Cotton OIL....
Am. Ice Secnritles 100
American linseed 400
American LooomottT .., 100
4
SO
II Vt
1
tou
tH
SOU
MH
Mi
S
mi
UH
H
11
67
ioih
10H
117H
t7
tH
in
tt
MH
Hi
I0
if4
1U
UH
U
Hi
H
American B. & R.
1.100
Am. B. A It. Ptd
Am. Bucar lUflnln.,
American T. ft T.....
American Tobacco ....
Anaconda Mining- Co.
Atchlton
400
400
400
ft&
400
110H lot
1HH IKS
ItiM B7U
MU. t7H
(IK MH
Atchlion pro
Atlantlo Coaat tin 100 121H
Baltimore ft Ohio 400 Mtt
Bethlehem Reel too J4
Brooklrn JUpId Tr M00
7H
XH
It
tlH
Canadian raclfla ........ 11,100 S41
Central Leather 00
Cheeapeake & Ohio S.O0
tt tlU
(IK
Chicago o. w
Chicago, M. ft Bt P....
Chicago & N. W.. ......
700 101H NXH 10714
100 IMS ltH liH
Colorado F. tk I
Conaolldated Oaa t.7M ltlH
Corn rroducta 100 10H
Delaware & Hudson 100 1MH
Denrer & IUo Orande..
Denver A F O. pfd
rUMmere Becnrltlee ...o
Erie ?H
Erie let Pfd f
Crle M ptd "J
Oeneral Electrlo 0 US
n.i Northern fd 700 INtt
MO
10H
U1H
1I1H
10H
uni
it
tt
Sit
4IU
UH
111
ltH
It
nn
41
tK
lit
114
areet Northern Ore etfs.
Illinois Central
Inter borough Met Lpw
Inter. Met. pM
International Harreatar
Inter.Marln ptd
International Paper
International rump .... 100
Kansas Cltr Bouthern
1I4H 1U
UH 11
1UH
1411
H
4H
103
17
UK
u
1MH
111
lit
:vi
MH
111
41
n 1
tH
H
IMtt
71
114H
21U
Lacle4 Oaa
Lehigh Valley ....... j...
UKilsTtlle ft KihTlltf..
M., Be. P. A B. Bto. M.
Missouri, K. to T
Missouri Padtlo
National Biscuit
tiatlonat Head "'""y
K. R. R. ot M. 14 Pt
NeV Tork Central.......
N. Y.. O. A W.
Arfolk ft Western
North American ........
too lttH IH
100
1U
t
1U
14
I4H
114
47
UH
MM
iosii
71
lUH
100
too
UH
too m
400 47
too . tt
1.700 99K
'"too
100 7t
1.000 114H
'mm iiVii
Northern Pecltlo
PaclOo Mall
110H H
n
Pennsylvania
People's Oaa
tlH
17H
I4H
P., C. C. ft Bt- "
PltUburgh Coat..
Pressed Steel Coal JW
Pullman PalMe Car 100
neadlnr 00u
MH
t4H
114
154
UlH
UOH
tt
UH
UH
!2H
ton
17
41H
t
28
75H
UH
17
14IH
MH
et
MU
1014
tt
J4H
t
H
tl
u
1H
iH
l0H KiH
Republic I, A B...
Republic I. ft 8. ptd....
Hock Island Co.....
100
1,100
too
100
"ioo
100
t, too
too
11
to
UH
11
"ii"
ti
tlH
UH
it
UH
"H
tl
I
41
II
ttH
Z4H
nock I nana ua. piu. . ...
St. U A B. F. Id P"-
Beaboard Air ."
Seaboard A, t. ptd.....
Blose-Sheffleld B. A !
Rnothera Paclflo
Kouthern Hallway
Bo. IUItwar ptd
Tenneawe Copper ........
1IH
UH
147H
Teiaa ,M utx.
Union racmo
Union Paclflo ptd..
United Statea Realty
United Btatea Rubber... ..
Tinii. Statea 8Ual,...t. 1,70Q
MH
tt
106H
1H
UH
t
U. 8. Steel pfd
Utah Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical
Wabash
w.Ha.h nfd ...........
1,000 1MH
1,400 S2H
2,100 MH
too IH
'Weatern Maryland ...
Western union
Tv.ailnrhnuee clectne
too
400
MH
Hi
et
Neir Yorlc Money Market.
wmv YORK. May 13.-MONEY-Stcady,
sM Der cent; ruling rate 21a per cent.
Wfii.. Vi! ti. rnt; offered at 2T4
Closing . Ml Aavs aa.ii
?eprTent:WdrrpeVcent; emoBtlu.
HIISIE?' MRCANTB PAPER li
r.U Der cent. aterunK om-wumj
UTS. Per " . . y-nniopr.' bills at
BOWS-Oovernment, strong; railroad.
"teady. -
as roiiowsi ....
Ci ret. la. reg.."'ai. do, oe. sits
4. coupon ":"3. r."!.V Tl..
tt ft ts res w .i. uni. sen
do coupon
UH 4s. res. ...... b. int.iM
do coupon , - -"" "J
.AnSr.1 AsV.;... HN. Y. C. , IH mj(
e T AT. CT. a..w i
eAm. Teoaeoo
Armour ft UO. te -ti. si
Armour . u it. A w. it J. mu
ateniaon ie- - -. , - . -.
do CT. 41 MW...
do CT. H. ......
SH do or. 4 104
MHNo. Pultlo 4a tt
1 do is M
a. C. L let a,..
Bal. Ohio 4s,...
do IHa
Brook. Tr. cr. s.
Oen. ot Oa. W.-.
tt a B. U ride Is,. rtK
M Penn. cr. IHs Ills,. MU
UH do con. 4a I9H
lMHHa4log gen. 4a..,. Hu
Knl L a I. Ii 4a 14
erhea. A Ohio 4H. H do gen. It 77
"Jf.. 4HS.... . MUBt. L B. W. c 4... 7IH
Can. "ii
Chicago A A. tV4. - M -B. A. U ajl. to... tlH
T. " : : MH do crT 47... " ii '
n it ft B P o 4HS..W1H do 1st ref. 4a lift
UC. It. I. r. , ,
n & b!' r ft ' !?,.v5"n rlf" Mtt
a A nf ct. 4;.... J . do cr. 4........... ItH
ISiatlUerV D- UttWw "IH
DlstlUr ,. , . 3
Mon 4s ti v.-c. Ch.. a
Bo cr 4s, er. 13, H Wabash 1st A ex. 4a 7H
111 Cen 1st r. 4s.. II Western Md. 4a..... 7I
Joiar Met. 4Ha KHWest. Klee. or. 6s llt
Inter. lrv . . , , . . eeni. r.n, ..1 .a,"
Inter. M. u -
Japan 4Ha
Bld. Ottered.
jir-rr York Mlnlnar Stocks.
itr.w YORK. May 13.-Cloilng quota
tion, on mining stock, were;
Com. Tniwi ??":9
ltvv KlMMtMM 19
IS Ontario too
m Ophlr is
, I Yellow Jacket 30
Con. Cel. A Va.
Iron Bllrer ......
IeadTllle Coo. .
Ottered.
, noston Stock Market.
BOSTON, May 11 Closing quotations
On mining biocks wero as (OllOWSt
Allouei H Mohawk
Amal. Copper , . . . 7SH Msrada Con
A. Z. U A B tlHMpteelnt Mlnei .,
Arltona Com IH North Ilutte
B. A C. C. A 8. M. 1 North Jjtlu.
Cal. A Arltona lilt Old Dominion
Ca. A lleela .411 Osceola
Centennial ll4Qulcr
Cop. nenge C C. 41 Shannon
Eaat Butte C M . IIS Superior
Franklin V Superior A D. M
Olroux Coo. ...... I l-llTamarack
49H
1H
7.5
47
II
IT
K
17H
iH
H
Oranbr CVn U V I I 11 k U l
Oreene Cvnsnea H d ptd . 4H
lala noyala Copper tMtttah Con. ... 7H
Kerr lke , iHUah Copper Co. 1H
take cooper . lit Wlnena 1
L Salle Copper... lWolerine 0U
Miami Copper UU A
London StoVk Market.
IONDON, May 11 American securities
were quiet and steady during the early
trading today. Canadian Paclflo opened
a point higher, but later lost the advance
on selling by Berlin. At noon prices were
from HOH above parity.
London closing stock quotations:
Consols monsr ..71 l-ll Louisville A Nh.lltH
do account , ..Tll-llMo,, Kan. ft Tex t4
Amtl. Cofper . .... 7HNe Terk Central. 101V,
Atchison 10tHTVnna;Tanla Il
Canadian Paetna ,.t4TH01eadlng II V
Chi. Great Weetern 11 Rotthern raettte .. MH
Chi., Mil. A St. F.1MH Union r-acllle UtS
Denrer A Rio O. .. a. Steel......... II
Erie , 11 WaUsh IH
do lit ptd.,,...... 44MD Deer tt
Grand Trunk. ....... UHIUdA Mine ....... T
Illinois Central . ..111
SILVER Bar, steady nt 23 S-lfld per
ounce.
MONEY 2tft3 per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short and three
months' bills, 3 9-l6fR3H per cent.
Aroal Copper nu de ptd 4IK
Am. Beet Biar. . . tOH Inter Harreotar ..101
Am, Cotton Oil. 41 UnlSTllle Nnh.lKJH
Am. Smltg. A Rrng. t7HMIeeori racltle ... 1114
Am. Sugar Tttng. . HOSMo,, Kan. ft Tex 14
Am. Tel A Tel. . i:mieh!gh Taller 11414
Anaconda Mln. Co., Illi National Lead 47
Atchison US New York Central.. MH
Atlantis Coaat t...ltlHNorr(Mk ft Weatern.lOSU
Baltimore A Ohio. ISU IYrlhern Paatne ..UtS
B'klrn Itap. Tran,, tH ronnarleanla . ...111
Canadian 1'aeWe .H0Ureople's Oas , ....10t
Chesapeake ft Ohio, IS Pullman Pal. Car.. Ill
Chicago ft N. W ltH Heading WH
Chi., Mil. A t n7Snock Island CO.. ..to
Colo. Fuel A Iron,, tOH do' ptd .,... MH
Colo. A Southern. II Kouthem raelfle .. M
pel. A Hudson.,.. Mil Southern Rr H
Denrer A Rio O. II Union racltle ., .1IIH
Krie ...... ttl.U. B. Steel I0U
Oeneral Electrlo ,.1M i ptd 1MI4
Oreat Nb. ptd UIKWahaali IH
Ot. Nh. Ore Ctf.. IS Weatero Union .. MH
Illinois Central ,.U4H 'Bid. Ottered.
Intermorough-Met .. UH
Corn and Wheat nrsrlon Hallntln.
United States Department of Agricul
ture, weather bureau, for Omaha,
Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at
8 a. m., 73th meridian time, Tuesday,
May is, 1,913:
OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS.
-Temp. Rain.
High. Low. fall:
Sky.
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Pt. cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Raining
Cloudy
Raining
Cloudy
Cloudy
Raining
Cloudy
Raining
Ashland. Neb.. 78 bi
.03
B'ken Bow. Nb 05 &4
.00
.69
.01
.06
.00
Columbus, Nb. 77 62
Culbertson. Nb 73 69
Falrbury, Neb. 78 69
Fairmont, Neb. 74 64
Clr. Island. Nb 71 64
.00
Harttngton. Nb 77 63 t.U
Hastings. Neb.. T3 64 .00
Holdrege, Neb. 81 H .00
Lincoln, Neb... 77 63 .01
No. Platte, Nb .. 68 .00
Oakdale. Neb 70 61 .67
Omaha, Neb.... 80 68 .64
Tekamah, Neb. 84 62 1.J9
Valentine, Nb. 71 60 .88
Carroll. la 78 64 .24
Clarlnda, la..,. 79 4S .00
Sioux City. Ia. 78 62 .70
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at s a. m. "not inoiuuca
in averages.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of Temp, Rain
District Stations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus. 0 18 70 48 .00
Louisville, Ky... 33 78 46 .00
Indla'polls. Ind.. 11 74 60 .00
Chicago, 11) 24 73 48 ,00
St. Louis, Mo... 19 78 63 ,00
Des Moines, In. O 78 83 . 40
Minneapolis 61 T2 38 .40
Kan. City, Mo.. S 80 CO .10
Omaha, Neb 17 74 84 1.00
Temperatures have risen In the eastern
and southern portions of the corn and
wheat region during the last twenty-four
hours, but cooler weatner is moving in
over the UDDer Missouri and upper Mis
sissippi valleys this morning. Greeting
temperatures were recorded at twelve
tutlons in the Minneapolis district. Rains
are general In the western districts, and
folia of onn Innh or more occurred at
the following stations; In Nebraska
Hartlngton, z.w; TeKaman, i.ao. in oouin
Dakota oioux -oiis, j.w.
U A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Knnsna Cltr Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS C1TT, May 18. W1IMAT
cash. No. z nara, bwrjsvc; no. rca, tutft
87o; No. 3. hotflHO.
uviirN ro. a wiiiiv, wft; , sow.
OATS No. S white, 3788e; No, 3 mixed,
Z5HO.
Tl VE Mip.
II A Y Choice timothy, 813.754ja3.0O;
choice prairie, tl0.6ftffll.00.
Closing prices:
WHEAT May, 83Tio; July, 83Hf Sep
tember. 82Ho. .
CORN May, B7c! July, CBHo; September,
65e.
OATS Julyi 35;o; September. 36Hc
BUTTER Creamery, 26c; firsts, 25o;
seconds, 34c: packing. 21c.
EQQa-Flrsts, lSQasHc; soconds, 14a
POULTRY Hens, llo; roosters, Do;
ducks, 16c. , . ,
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 42.000 74.000
Corn, bu 16.000 28.000
Oata, bu 13.00J 16,000
Wool Market.
BOSTON, May 18. WOOL The con
tinued decline In values is the feature ot
the domcstlo wool market. The situation
Is regarded as unusually complicated, as
dealers hesitate to purchase heavily of
the new oroo with the tariff bill still an
uncertainty, while the growers are threat
ening to make consignments unless bias
are received. Unwashed Ohio delaine
sold recently at 21o, the lowest in many
years, whtle a lot of Montana half blood
was transferred at 21c. More attention
Is being paid to Texas wools and a good
sale was made of eight months at 15c.
Pulled wool Is fairly firm, while the Cali
fornia product is very dull.
ST. LOUIS, May 13. WOOL Steady;
northern and western mediums, IEMHOq;
slight burry. 14lKc; fins burry. l&416o.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK, May 13. COFFEE Fu
tures opened steady at an advance of 1 to
2 points In response to higher European
cables, renewed near months support from
bullish sources. Offerings were compar
tlvely light and the market held generally
steady to firm. Closing prices were
steady at a net advance of 1 to 8 points.
Sales 36,000 bags. Quotations: May,
11.2ftc; July, 11.40c; September and October,
11.60s: December. 11.63c; January, 11.60c;
March. 11.13c. Spot steady; Rio No. 7,
llHc; Santos. No. 4. lSftfilSKc; mild dull;
Cordova, 141f317c.
Minneapolis Ornln Market,
MINNEAPOLIS, May 13. WHEAT
May, 8714o; July, 88T4c; September, 834c:
cash. No. 1 hard, 91'to; No. 1 northern,
RSHflOOKc; No. 2 northern, 87HG8Hc; No.
2 hard. Montana, 90Hc.
FLOUR First patents. 4.C084.85; sec
ond patents. 84.2504.60: first clears, 83.309
3.70: second clears, 12.8030.20.
RRAN W.OOS'IS.OO.
CORN No. 8 yellow, 67c.
OATS-No, 3 white, 34H3C5C.
RYE No 2, tC6814c
FLAX-l.tSlJ.
BARLEY 44g69c.
Treasury Statement,
WASHINOTON, May 13, The condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was: Working
balance, G6,454,701; In banks and Philip
pine treasurey, 344,390,083; total of general
rund. 1130,744,273; receipts yesterday,
3746,735; disbursements, 31.0O,4&5. The
surplus this fiscal year Is 16,291,832, as
opninat a. deficit of S13.996.91U last year.
The figures for receipts anil disburse
ments, surplus ana aeucn eiciuos ran
ama canal and public debt transactions.
lSvaporated Apples and Driest Fruits
ivtr vrmtf Mav IS. ETVAPORTED
APPLES Qulft. ,
cots, firm. Peaches, steady. Raisins,
steady. Loose muscatels, 434hc.
OIU and Rosin.
WMV YORK. May 18. OIL Oottnnreed
oil, easv. Prime summer yellow, .8H:
May, 0i; JUiy, ao.', otiiwinow,
ROH1N strain common io Kirau, et.03,
TURPENTINE Firm,
Snnjar Market,
NEW YORK. May l3.-SimAR Raw,
steady; Muscavado, 82833.83: Centri
fugal, i3.33m86; Molasses, XtftiQiM. Re.
fined, steady.
Peoria 3tarket.
PEORIA. 111.. Ma 18,-No ! yellow,
67c; No. 3 yellow, 6211c.
OATS No, 2 white 88c; standard. 3714c
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Good to Oholne Light Beeves Steady
to Stronger,
eaaaaMMHW 4
HEAVY BEEVES SLOW, STEADY
llog-a Rhade Strontter and Active nt
Current Vnlnea Sheep nnil
Lamb Slave nt Monday's
Prevailing; Prices,
SOUTH OMAHA, May 13, 1M8.
ReCeJnts uti'.. .-IIIa tlntra HHeen.
Official Monday ...... 1.S03 7.MS 8,616
jailmate Tuesday ... 2,680 13.000 ,ww
Two dam thU wek.. 4.473 , 18.114
oame aaya last week.. 18,377 14,383
Ssm dove 3 w'k imlMl Mml
game days 3 w'ks ago ,M8 16,2tt 19.&47
raine oays 1 wk ago, 10,101 31.736 lP.aw
Same days last year.. 6,4U 20,303 7,8U
The following tabm shows the receipt
ot cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omolia
vi mo sr to aate as com par a wun
ljst year; mi. ma. fno. Dec.
Cattle .mara am mil
tOtKMVtf l.S78!735 807.0SJ
BiLP "491 7,625 S5,W .......
The following table shows the range of
prices for hogs at South Omaha for ths
last few days with comparisons;
Date. 1813. lU.im,
H)IU.IW.tllVa,l0?.
May 4
7 631
6 61
001 7 04
6 Ml 6 li
6 38
6 37i 6 31
May 5,.
6 61
18 7 W
lay ,.
lay 7..
5 m
7 44
5
9 111 6 84
7 49
9 18
6 SS
b S4 J7
May 8..
May ..
7 60
7 6
6 76
0 97
6 34
6 49
8 iOU
& 77 B 18
6 1!)
6 Si
8 SS
May ioi
8 241,1
7 Ui
9 141
6 891
e
iuy 11.
Mav 13.
8 14ld
8 13V
7,40
7 44
0 sz
6 ?
v a
23
ii 9 ii 5 41
J W 16 441
May 13.
9 30) 7 041 6
6 35
Bunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock yards. South Omaha,
for tWenty-fOUr hours andlnar Kt 3 n'rlnrU
yesterday:
RBCEIPJ8-CARa
rHI lTnn tJKAn
C. M. & Hi. V
Mo. Pacific. . 3 &
il'nlon Paciric. 85 46
C. & N. W ettst fl io
C. A N. W., west 27 45
C.. Bt. P., M. A 0 18 8
Ch II. & U.. east 3 10
C., D. ii tj., west 30 61
15
ti. L. & P., east 4 4
C.. It U P.. west 3 1
Illinois Central... 1 3
Total Receipts... 130 189
so
DISPOSITION HEAD.
Cmtlln. llnva ali
Atoms & ca.. m aunt im
u,.i,. a. - ... . . . ' . .
2,470
Cudaliy Packing Co.... o35 3,ia
1.114
Armour & cu 615 3,870
Bchwartx & Co 483
980
Uncoln Packlna' Co 23
fit. Louis Packing Co,. 43 ...
4iwiu laiiuiiry.... ... ,,,
Hill & Son. 100
F. R. Lewis 12
840
J. II. Root & Co 9 .,.
J. 11. Ilulla 3 ...
L. IT. lluax , 3 ,M
Rosen a took Bros 31 ...
Werthelmer & Degen... 174 .,,
Mo. A: Kaiia. Cult Co... SU
Cllno & Christie 17
utner buyers 343 .,,
Total 2,330 12,707 6.1W
vvi. j.ixui ivoceipts or catue were smau
again this morning, a total ot 123 cars
being reported on sale. This makes the
total run for tho two days this weak 4.478
head, the smallest of any similar period
this far this ysar and smaller than for
the corresponding time last year by 1,000
neavu.
There seemAd in 1m n. vsrv fall Inniilrv
this mornlrur for good lltrht beef steers
and anything desirable on the yearling
order sold qulto readily. Cattle of that
aeaanpuon commanaea prices mat wero
fully steady and In spots possibly a little
Ivigher. Yearlings, half of them holfera
oi good Quality, sold as high as 88.30,
in
eavy cattle on the other hand warn nlntv
and no better than steady.
Cows and heifers were generally steady
with yesterday, but the trade waa lock
ing In snap and life. Still with so few
on saue the bulk of the offerings changed
hands In good season.
There were hardly enough stock cattlo
or feeders to really teet out tho market.
but the feeling was generally stead?.
Quotations on Cattle: Good to choice
beef steers. 88.00O8.60i fair to good beef
steers, 37.7608.00; common to fair beet
iccio, ei.wu'i.io; suoa io cnoico neirers,
37.O0C7.76; good to choice cows. 18.7107.25;
isur to goou graces, u.ctitro.w; good to
choice stackers and feeitera. t7 MVffta m.
fair to good ttockers and feeders, 87.000
7.to; common to fair stockers and feeders,
Id. 2607.00: stock cows and, heifers, 16.000
i,o, veai caires, ti.waiv.w, UU1IS, Stags,
etc.) 86.7607.35.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
No.
3.,
6. .,..
I
At. rr.
No.
Ar. Pr.
... Sil 7 OS
... 170 7 IS
... (00 7 IS
10.
II...
tl...
IT...
94...
II..,.
....1011 T99
....1141 T 10
....1111 7 IS
....1174 7 M
...,1411 TIS
....mi so
81
III 7 40
1 HIS 7 SO
M.
..1017 7 SO
II
II
....Kit 7 SS
....Hit 7 SS
....1011 7 70
.... 147 T 70
....1040 7 70
.,..1017 7 7S
.... toS T 71
....1029 T7S
..I. 120 7 10
....1011 7 SO
lioo t oo
too t oo
3 HQ I 00
It 1011 00
tt 120J t 00
to,. Hit I 00
II. 1024 I 00
4 10IE I 00
II 1242 I OS
10 1174 t OS
ii nu i oo
17 1111 I 09
it 1117 I 10
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40 Colorado feeders ,.1,023 710
47 Colorado feeders 880 710
IIOOH There was a good active) Ha.
mand from all quarters this morning, and
while there was a cooa sized suddiv in
right values braced a llttlo and the av
erage looicea to do a nine stronger than
Monday. Shipper and speculator buyers
went In heavier today than they have
for several days back, and this backed
up as It was by a lively killing demand
made a good, strong, acttva market. Tho
bulk of the hogs sold at $8.1038.20. with
a top ot 88.26, and while these figure
are Just the same aa yesterday's, the
heavy end of the sales landed above In
stead of below the long string. Quality
waa, It anything, better than the aver
ace. On the whole the market could be
quoted as steady to a shade higher There
was no perceptible change In values on
the cloee. but the fsellnir was stronc all
the way through and there was a firmer
tone to tne market then there nas twen
for several days,
ReoelPts this morning amounted to
about 188 cars or 13,000 head, making the
total for the week nbout 20.KW head
TI.is Is over Sfino head larger than last
eck and Just n. little heavier than for
mo aunin nays a year ago.
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ders nguln today, and as tho market was
iinernny supplied ror a xucsaay most
salesmen were satisfied In getting prces
generally steady with Monday Trade
was extremely quiet most of the fore
noon, and very few offerings changed
hands during that time. Clipped lambs
wero most souaiht after and among the
early sales were two loads of such grades
at li.zo. a coupie ot cars ot cuppea
wethers held over from yesterday brought
85. Oi. Very little trading was done in
wooied lambs until lata in the day. wnicn
was due partly to tho wet condition of
the fleecos.
Thete were in all something like 33
cars, or 9,600 head, reported, being more
than a week ago, two weeks ago and one
year ago. This makes fur tho first two.
days of the wcok about 19,600 head, as
against J4.1H head ror tno same aaya
Inst week. 20.674 head two weeks ago and
7,243 during the corresponding time ont
year ago. ijimos most oi union were
Vinrti rnmnrlaed the entire recelnts. and
In point of quality the supply was about
tno same as on xnonuagr.
Quotations on sheep and Umbs: Good
to choice Mexican lambs, 38.260S.33; fair
to good Mexican lambs, S3.1&OX.Z3! good
16 oholce western lambs, 88.00iS8.l6; fair
tn irnnri western lamlid. 37.83118.00: Shorn
lambs, 871667.60; yearlings, light. 37.2J
7.60; yearlings, heavy, 8T.OO07.2S: wethers,
good to oholce, 16.6JO1.D0; wethers, fair
to good, 3S.3606.Co; ewes, goou io cnoice,
S6.4ro.GO: ewes, fnlr to good, ia.0OJffl.23;
culls and bucks, I6.00OU.23.
316 shorn HuiibB , j w
in shorn lambs 82 6 60
180 shorn lambs 82 8 60
tTl shorn lambs B 7 20
224 shorn lambs 83 7 25
204 shorn lambs 83 7 j5
103 shorn lambs 89 6 75
70 shorn lambs .........109 6 75
CHICAGO LIVI3 STOCK MARKET
Cnltte- Dull llosra Steady to Shade
lllttlicr -Sheep Strontr.
CHICAGO. May 13. CATTLE Receipts,
2,500 head; dull at Monday's decline;
beeves, $7.0038.00; Texas steers. lo.TfrO
7.76; western steers. 36.80tt8.lS: stockers
and feeders, I6.86C7.00: cows nnd heifers,
33.S5JR80; COlVOS, 88.764t0.80.
IIOOS Receipts, 12,000 head; steady to
shade higher: bulk of sains, 38.40tfPS.45;
light, 8.308.65; mixed, 88.25fi8.63H; heavy.
2S.O0&8.&O; rough, 37.96(8.15; pigs,
n in
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14,000
head; strong to lOo higher: native sheep,
15.75T.90; western, 86.85S7.00; yearlings,
8C3StPT.60; lambs, native, 8.4OS.C0; west
ern, 86.60S8.70.
, ;
ICnnsaa Cltr Llvct Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, May IS. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 0,400 head; steady to lOo lower;
dressed beet and export steers, 88.00
8.66! fair to good, r7.3OtT7.0O; western
steers, n.008.30: stockers and feeders,
$6.60(88.25; southern steera, 88.00i8a.76;
southern cows, 84.60ff7.00; native cows
nnd heifers, $4.COft&2a; bulls, 85.2S07.2S;
calves, $6.6009.76.
HOGS Receipts, 7,000 head: steady;
hulk. IB.HVnfl.aS! heavy. 88.20fM.26'. packers
and butchers, 88.20fif8.37V4; light, 3S.2&&
8.40; pigs. $7.0037.10.
BllfcJIir ANU Ufibiua jieceipis, ,wv
lii'ad; r.tndy; Colorado lambs, $70778.40:
yearllncs. woosn.a; wctncrs, vi.ivu-.ov.
ewes, u-aasa.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
st. Tenuis. Mny 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3.O00 head; steady; good to choice,
$7,001(8.50; stockers and feeders, 85.259
8.00: cows and heifers. 85.00S8.75; bulls.
$.O37.60; calves, $0.0010.60; southern
steers. lts.WB3.w; cows ana ncuero, a.w
T-W- ..... . .
IIOOS Receipts, y.vuv noau; iva maner,
El us and lights, 87.00S8.60; mixed and
utchers, 88.40S8.65; good heavy, 88.400
8.60. .
SHEEP AND iamiib Receipts, d,ij
hen.l: steadv: muttons. $5.00117.00: year
lings, 87.00fl.00; lambs, $7,00(8.25.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
AT. JOSEPH. May 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,100 head; market slow; steers,
$7.owjs.60: cows and heifers, 84.0693.10;
calves, .wa.a
IIOOH Receipts, t.uuu neaac market
slow: top, 8S.37U. bulk of sales. $8.35SS..
SHEEP and LAMua-Receipts, o.wo
head; market slow; lambs, $7,254(8.33.
Llvp Stock In SlKbt.
Receipts of live stock at the six prin-.
cipal western markets were as follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheets
South Omaha 2,500 13.009 9.500
Chicago 3.600 12,000 14.009
St. Louis i 3.000 9,000 6,000
Kansas City 0,400 17,000 9.000.
Sioux City ,. 1,800 7,600 6,000
St. Joseph 2.100 .500
Totals
21.SS0 64,100 33,300
Metal Market.
NEW YORK, May 13.-METALS-Cop-per
firm; standard spot, $15.37016.76; May,
$16.3716.60; June and July, $16.37015.62.
Tin: Easy; spot to May, $19.76&60.25;
June. $4.60i850.00; July. $48.00048.22. Lead;
Steady, $4.30 bid. Spelter; Easy, $5.459
5.65. Antimony: Quiet; Cookson's, $3-764y
0 00. Iron quiet and unchanged.
ST. LOUIS, May 18. METALS Lead,
quiet, $4.20. Spelter: Dull, $5.35.
tons: local exchange sales of tin, 25 tons,
Ixmrton tin easy, spot a za ivs; rutures.
219 10a. London copper quiet; spot,
i!6a 18s Sd; futures, Z60 17s 6d. London
lead, Z1S 10s. London speltor, 25 63s,
London Iron, Cleveland warrants. 63s 6d.
. i
Dry Oooda Market.
NEW YORK. May 13.-DRY QOODS
Cotton goods markets wera steady but
rather quiet for the day. Weaving yams
are lower. The auction sale ot carpets
went on satisfactorily. Jobbers report a
steady fall trade.
DON'T OUT OUT A VARICOSE VEIN
use A RRnDHnrc-rojuaiMiJtT
ram
A mild, aafe, antiseptic, dlaeo.
tlenu roaolrent llnlmenl .rwt .
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rvtr?uARfc MljlUaKalkiJ.
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pilntul and Innataect alnii
ther were swollen, knotted and
haul, lie wrltea: "After tutor
nuounuinjiiil&i me vein
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Springflaia, laiass. '
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Just what you wapt at a price that k
amazingly low. See their windows.
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