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JULY 12, 1906
rXXXXXXXXXDOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)OC Weekly Market Report LIVE STOCK Special Market Letter from Nye & Buchanan Co., Live Stock Commission Merchants, South Omaha, Neb. South Omaha, July ll.-The market this week is only holding steady on best, dry lot beeves. Common kinds of corn fed and grass cattle are dull and lower, We look to see prime cat tle sell higher , and the common Ones lower. Range cattle ;are expected to move early this year. We quote: Choice steers $5.C55.85 Fair to good........ $4.905.30 .' Cows and heifers.... $3.004.60 ' Canners and grassers $1.90(3.00 ' Choice feeders $3.403.75 Light stackers $3.25(3.75 ) Bulls and stags $2.754.10 ' Veal calves $5.005.75 The hog market has made another high record for the season. We be lieve it is getting top heavy. Range . $6.50 to $6.65. Sheep are commencing to arrive from the west quite freely. Prices are easing off on the poorer kinds but the good ones are steady. Chicago Livestock Chicago, July 11. Cattle Receipts PCXOCOOOOO OUR PREMIUM SEWING MACHINE This Machine sews long as any $50.00 Machine on the market. With Drop Head $1.00 Extra. The Woodwork is of good quality, furnished in oak or walnut. The design is modern, comprising bent cover and skeleton drawer cases. The center drawer is of the sliding pattern, full length and is lined with velvet to receive the various attachments. The Attachments, supplied without extra charge are made of steel throughout, polished and nickle-plated, and include the following: Ruffler, Tucker, Binder, Braider, Four Hemmers ot assorted widths, Quilter, Thread Cutter, Foot Hemmer and Feller. '.' The Accessories include Twelve Needles, Six Bobbins, Oil Can filled with oil, large and small Screw drivers, Sewing Guide, Guide Screw, illustrated instruction book and a certificate of warranty valid for five years. USE COUPON, AND SEND rtSTAL. EXPRESS OR BANK MONEV ORDER THE INDEPENDENT, Lincoln, Nebr. Find enclosed $ to iay for premiQm Sewing Machine, together with one years subscription to The Independent and Mr. Berge's Book "The Free Pass Bribery System." Name Nearest R. U. Station. Town or City State i'The Machines are crated at factory THE INDEPENDENT, COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCXXX50000CXXXXXXXX)0000006 4,500 head; market steady; beeves, $4.106.25; cows and heifers, $1.25 5.20; stockers and feeders $2.60 4.50; Texans $3.905.25; calves $4.75 6.50. Hogs Receipts 15,000 head; market strong; mixed and butchers $6.40 6.87; good heavy $6.656.82; rough heavy $6.356.55; light $6.406.85; pigs $5.756.40; bulk of sales $6.70 6.80. Sheep Receipts 12,000 head; mar ket steady; sheep $4.60 6.15; lambs $5.60 8.00. Kansas City Livestock Kansas City, Mo. July 11. Cattle Receipts, 11,000 head, including 100 head of southerns ; market strong; native steers, $4.006.10; southern steers $3.75 5.00; southern cows $2.00 3.50; natve cows and heifers $2.00 5.30; stockers and feeders, $2.50 4.35; bulls $2.254.00; calves $2.50 5.25; western fed steers $2.505.75; western fed cows $2.50 4.25. Hogs Receipts 12,000 head; mar ket strong to 5 cents higher; buk of sales $6.656.72; heavy $6.656.72; packers $6.65 6.75; pigs and lights $5.90 6.75. Sheep Receipts 6,000head; market steady; muttons $5.006.25; lambs $5.757.60; range wethers, $5.45 $15.00 Machine, together witlrone years' sub' scriptionjtojrhe Inde pendent & Mr. BergeV book "The Free Pass Bribery System." as good and will last as and their safe delivery is jruaranteed. Lincoln, Nebraska. 6.25; fed ewes $4.506.50. GRAIN MARKET Omaha, July 11. The receipts at the Omaha grain exchange today were": One car wheat; 12 cars corn; 5 cars oats. The shipments were 13 cars wheat; 46 cars corn; 4 cars oats; 1 car rye. Total shipments, 18 cars; total shipments 64 cars. The cash sales at the local market today were: Two cars No. 3 yellow corn, 48 l-2c; 1 car No. 3 corn 48 l-2c; 1 car No. 3 corn, 48c. The following are the cash prices at the local exchange today; No. 2 hard wheat 71 l-2c; No. 3, hard wheat 6771c; No. 4 hard wheat 6367c; No. 3 spring wheat 70c; No. 3 corn 48c; No. 4 corn, 47c; No. 3 yellow corn, 48 l-4c; No. 3 white corn 49c; No. 3 oats 35c No. 3 white oats 36c; No. 4 white oats 35 l-2c. ash grain lost all the gain it made yesterday and today's prices are for wheat, about a cent lower than those of Monday and about the same as Sat urday's prices. Corn and oats, how ever, managed to retain the increase they secured yesterday, Business was not as heavy today in the option pit as it has been for the past week. Prices were some what weaker and fluctuated very slightly, and the brokers took things easy, rather than start an active market. Chicago Grain Chicago, July 11. Active selling here caused by the excellent condi tion of the American crop as indicat ed by the government crop report caused a weak close in the local wheat market, the final quotations on the September delivery being off three eighths of a cent.' Tho PYWPrnmeTit reDort indicates a total crop of 710.000,000 bushels which with the exception of the yield or. iui s the largest wheat crop in the nis- tory of the country. Whpat No. 2 snrins 79&SUc; Jo. 3 1577; No. 2 red 7879. orn No. 2 52c; No. 2 yellow 52c. Oats No. 2 P.8c: No. 2 white 40c; No. 3 white 37 (?? 39. Rye No. 2 59 l-2c. Barley Good feeding 40c; malting, fair to choice 4350. - St. Louis Grain st- T,nnis Julv 11. Wheat Lower; No. 2 red cash elevator, nominal; track new 7576 l-4c; Septmber 74c; December 77 3-877 l-2c; No. z nara new, 75c, old 78c. Corn Futures, lower; casn, nrm, No. 2 cash. 52c; track 53 l-2c; De cember 47 3-4c. nnta nisrhpr: No. 2 cash rfbc; track, 3839; September 35(35 1-4; December 36; No. 2 white 43 l-2c. Kansas City Grain Kansas r.itv. July 11. Wheat July 69 l-4c; September 69 7-8; December 71 1-2; cash, No. 2 hard, i-j. No 3 7070 1-2; No. 4 6768; No. 2 red 7171 1-2; No. 3 70 1-271 3-4. nrn.Tiilv 48 5-8: September si-i; December 45 1-8; cash, No. 2 mixed 51 1-8; No. 3 51; No. '1 wmte w; rso. 6 OZC. Oats No. 2 white 40(f40 l-z; ino. 3 3040c. Visible Supply of Grain New York. June 11 Special cables and telograuh'c communications re ceived bv Bradstreets show the fol lowing changes in available supplies as compared with last account: Wheat IT. S. and Canada, east of the Rockies, decreased 1.279,000 bush els; afloat for and in Europe, de creased 1,400.000. Total supply do- rrpnsPrl K. 570.000. Corn, IT. S. and Canada east of the r?noi.!n decreased 13.00'. Oats IT. S. and Canada, east of the Rrklps. decreased 206.000. The leading decreases reported this wpU- are: Manitoba 24!.0m lnish e!s, Louisville TO.nrti); Portland, Me., 55,000, Kingston, uni., oo.vov. PRIVATE HOME before and during confln ment; infant adopted. Dr. Burroughs. 1701 Mil souri Ave., Kansas City, Mo. PATENTS that PHftTFCT, Our 3 book! for Iveo ur Bailed ob receipt of 6ct. etinps R.S.& A. B.LACEY, Washington, D.C. Estab. 1869 591 FARMS and RANCHES In Sherman and Howard Counties First class soil, (rood locations, good Improve ments, prices f 30 to J30 per acre. Write ma for further information and list. A. P. PAULSEN, Boelus, - , - - Nebraska. QOOCOOCOOCOOOOOOCOCOOCOOOO FOB SALE New Hobart M. Cable or Eber sole Piano, cost us $350, never ouTor shop. Quick sale $225. Address, F. O. BERGE, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. WOOD, J. C, & CO., successors to - Soukup & Wood. Expert cleaners and dyers, 1320 N St., Lincoln, Neb., Phones: Auto 1292, Bell 147. Mail order work carefully attended to. Close to Nature The method of treatment and life at GREEN GABLES, the Dr. Benj. F. Bailey Sanatorium, Lin coln, Nebraska, are those of good old Mother Nature. In their work the management - do not attempt to controvert nature, but enter Into partnership with her. They do not ride hobbles or feel satisfied to dismiss their guests as "well" when only able (. to live the l"e of an ascetic or extremist. They prepare them to be strong of body cheery of heart and active in all things. Write for particulars. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXJ )OOCOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO A POSITION FOR YOU If you are honest and industrious there is an Employer looking for you. Write today and full in formation will be sent you at once. Brain Clearing House 218219 Funke E!dg Lincoln.Neb. OOOOCOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCOO We Seek Husband for Widow 25, owns 240 acre tine land. . Write n tHlay. - Home Circle, Detroit, M en. 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