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THE REE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, NKl'TEMHEK 'JO. liUl.
WANTED SITUATIONS
(Continjc-d..'
YOUNG ladv lK.,kk epvi . 4 )mrs ex
perience, competent In tnkc e-omplet
rluirge. nf largo ft of honks. O ul3, Hce,
MAN wants position as Jnnltor; good
references Address li-SJ1), cure Bee.
WANTKIi-Position In widower's home
Hi housekeeper, In the city. Jncl. B-2751.
FIRST class prnrtlr-al nurse can be
engaged at once. Doug!as 6194.
ROUGH ilrv washing at home. VJU
Clark; upstairs.
OM A H A-T H E aTn A RKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchants;
consignments solicited. 7 J.l Brandes.
T)M-: Updike drain Co. Consignments
rarcfully handled. Omaha, Neb.
MKKRIAM COMMISSION CO.
man who has tried ux."
'Ask the
Nebraska-Iowa Urain Co. 764 Brandels.
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO.. wholesale
dealers. grain, buy, chop feed. 731 Bran
dels Bldg.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship your stock to South Onialia;
nve mileage and nhrJukaKc; your
consignments receive prompt unci
careful attention.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
- Byers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible
WOOD BROS.. 2:;-3s Exchange Bile.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha & Denver.
W. K. SMITH & SON just handle sheep.
W. 1'. DENNY & CO., 223 Exch. Bid.
TAGG BROS., handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 223 Exchange Bldg.
Donahue & Randall Co., 202 Exch. Bidg.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exch. Bldg.
The Standard Com. Co., 115 Exch. Bldg.
W. R. SMITH & SON Just handle sheep.
Interstate Co. Better rt Bulls. Ship to us.
BURKE-RICKLY CO.. Ml Exch. Bldg.
L. E. ROBERTS & CO.. 229 Exch. Bldg
Allen Dudley & Co., 233-37 Exch. Bldg
Cox & Jones Com. Co., a bunch of hustlers.
Ralston & Fonda, live stock com. mer
Farmers L. S. Com. Co 209 Exchange
Deposit proceed of shipments in Stock
....... I .. . ' l ; , . . . . i
WINN Ems. & Co., Exchange Bids.
LiAVERTY BROS., 138-40 Exch. Bldg.
Paxton-Kckman Chem.Co., stock, remedies
Martin Bros. & Co., 203-7 Exch. Bldg.
Alex O. Buchanan & Son. 154-156 Ex. Bldg,
LEGAL NOTICES
PROPOSALS.
Sealed proposals for all works, including
masonry and cement, carpentry, lathing
and plastering, painting, varnishing, gluz
Ing, sheet metal and tile roofing, sewers
and plumbing, heating and ventilating,
electric wiring, electric light fixtures, dec
orative glass, decorutlon, window shades,
tables and desks, chairs, for the Car
negie Library building, according to the
plans and specifications prepared by Pat
ton & Miller of Chicago, architects, will
be received by the building committee
of the Wayne (Nebraska) Public Library
on or before 12 o'clock, noon, on the ltitii
day of October, lull. All sealed pro
posals shall be deposited In the iron box
for that purpose In the Citizens Na
tional bank, Wayne, Nebraska. In en
velopes marked on outside "Proposals
for Library Building." Plans and speci
fications may he-examined at the stole
of J. J. Ahern, Wayne, Nebraska, chair
man of the building committee. Bidders
must qualify to the satisfaction of the
building committee, both as to financial
responsibility and capability of efficient
execution of the work; must furnish in
formation with bid on these and other
subjects as required by the conditions
and instructions to bidders accompany
ing said specifications and In all respects
comply with the requirements therein
contained. Bids to be in form specified
with alternate and unit prices as re
quired. The bidder to whom the contract Is
awarded must furnish a bond for 50
(fifty) per cent of the contract price; all
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check for two and one-half (24) per
centum of the bid, all as provided more
particularly In said conditions. Contract
will be made subject to all the provi
sions of said conditions. Any other in
formation desired will be furnished i-y
the architects. The building committee
reserve the right to reject any or all
bids and to accept such bids as may be
deemed advisable.
Dated at Wayne, Nebraska, Septem
ber 15. Ml.
The Board of Library Trustees of the
Wayne (Nebraska) Public Library.
Q. J. OREKN, President.
Attest: T. B. Heckert, Secretary.
S19d7t
BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF REIN
FORCED RESERVOIR.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the mayor and city
council of the city of Beatrice, Nebraska,
until 4 o'clock p. m, September 28. 1911,
for the furnishing of the material and
the construction of a reinforced con
crete reservoir rb be located on lota 10,
11 and 12, block 4, Dwyer's addition to
the city of Beatrice, as per plans and
specifications now on file In the office of
the city clerk. According to the esti
mates of the supervising enginer, said
estimate Is $6,500.00.
All of said work to be done complete
In accordance with the plans, specifica
tions and profile made by the super
vising engineer, now on file in the office
of the city clerk.
Each bid muNt bo accompanied by a
certified check in the sum of $'160.00 upon
a local bank, payable to the city of Bea
trice as forfeit money In the event that
the bidder shall fall to enter into con
tract, with bond signed by good and suf
ficient securities, to be approved by the
mayor within ten days after notice of
award to htm.
Bids to be made on blanks furnished
bv the city clerk.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids.
Bv order of the mayor and council of
raid city. 8. Q FREE.
S19-d9t City clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Pierson, Iowa Sealed bids will be re
ceived by the town council until 8 p. m.,
October 3, for the construction of
extension of the present water works,
comprising approximately 1150 ft. of 6 in.
water main: ?0 drove wells, about 20 ft.
deep, said wells to be 2 In., with Cook's
Patent Brass-Strainers; wells to bo con
nected to In. mains and all things nec
essary to comDly with plans and speci
fications on file at the Farmers Bank of
Pierson. No gravel or stone In ditches.
Address J. P. Mead, Ilerson, Iowa.
8l-d4t
Available Supplies of liraln.
NEW YORK, Kept. 13 Special cable
and telegraphic communication received
by Bradstreeta show the following
changes In available supplies, as com
pared with previous account: Wheat,
United States, east of Rockies, incream-fl
.20s.t) bushels. Canada. Increased, 1,542,
1)00. Total Tilted States and Canada, In
creased 3.7&0.0O0. Afloat for and In Eu
rope, increased 1.500.000 bushels. Total
American and European supply Increased
5.650.0(10 bushels. Corn. I'nlted States and
Canada, increased. 250. 0iX bushels. Oats,
United States and Canada. Increased
111. (KM) bushels. The leading increases re
ported this week follow: Manitoba, 1.436,
fXH) bushels: Fort Worth, 223.000 bushels;
Louisville. I6I.O11O bushels; Nashville, 158.
C0 bushel. Minneapolis, private eleva
tors, ljO.OoO bushels.
Liverpool l.raln Market.
LIVERPOOL. Sent. 19. Wl!EAT-Srot,
nomlnul; futures firm; October. 7s V1,
December. 7s &',d: March. 7s !.4d.
CORN Steady; American mixed, Its Id;
futures quiet; October, 6a 'i; January,
6 tSd.
Nnaar Market.
NEW YORK, 8ept. 19.-SUOAR-Raw,
firm; mui oado. 89 test. 5.25c; centrif
ugal, rb test, 5 75c; luolaakea, 89 teat,
tOOc; refined firm.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
News on All Sides Favors the Sellers
More Than the Buyers.
LITTLE CORN IS NOW COMING IN
Wet Weather In Sections Keeps the
torn from Maturing; and the
Offerings Consequently
Are l.laht.
OMAHA, Sept. ID. 191 L
On the whole, news both domestic and
abroad, favors more the sutlers thai
buers. Even those who are the must
friendly to the buying side are only
scalping the market pending the Canadian
vote. '1 here was some incroa.ie in stocks
the last week when a reduction In ele
vators usually occur.
When tho trade presses the selling
side, however, the wheat seems tu Ihi
absorbed by strong concerns.
Wet weather In sections has held (lie
maturity of tho corn crop back and
country offerings are light berause coin
raisers are not Hire of the quality of corn
they will have to sell, 'i he trade gei
erally Is convinced that there will be
more urgent lorelgii demand tliun for
years past.
Wheat was dull and opened with a weak
tone owing to a lack of buyers. Late
cables caused some buying and closing
values were stronger. Cash wheat was
unchanged to He lower.
Corn continues to rule steady, although
there was a weaker tone during today a
sessions. Offerings continue light and
news favors the buying s'de. Cash corn
was lie lower.
Primary wheat receipts, wero l.Cx'.I.OOO
bushels and fhlprnents were 75U.OOO buhel.
anainst receipts Iin't year ot lin,iw
bushels and shipments of 1.07C.000 bushels.
Primary coin receipts were 4m, 000
bushels and shipments were 71)7,000
bushels, uxainst receipts last year of
is7.000 bushels and shipments of 9S2.0O0
bushels.
cienruncns were 103.000 bushels of corn.
3,000 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 47,0x1 bushels.
Liverpool closed fvicud higher on wheat
anil unchaned to Vi,d higher on corn.
The following cash Kales wero reported:
WHEAT No. 2 hard: 1 car. 0;lc; 1 cur.
9:Vc; 4 cars, lcj 1 car, 1'lV.ic; No. 3
hard: 1 ear, :'i',c; 4 cars, an:. io.
hard: 1 car, K)c: 2 cars, SSVic; 2 cars,
S7(tc. No grade: 1 car, b.Wrc; 1 tar, isic.
Rejected: 1 car, &jC -no. J spring: i car.
94c.
CORN No. 2 ye low: 2 cars, til-ic. io.
3 yellow: 7 cars, till4c; No. 2 mixed: 1
car, 61H'c: No. 3 mixed: 1 car, f.lVfcc.
OATa No. i white: t cars, 4jc.
Oinnha 4 nsli Price.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 9105c: No. I
hard, '.H)i!Hc; No. 4 hard, &7v4'ri'J'.Jo.
CORN No. 2 white, tilfefrtiPhc; No. S
white, Gl'MrOl'hc; No. 4 white, GllilHc;
No. a color, (il'i'ijCl4C; No. 2 yellow, liij
ii6iy,c; No. 3 yellow, 61Ualc; No. 4
yellow, bliyoic; lo. . biwol',fcc; no. 3,
UlU'iiOl'ic; No. 4, UOi&til'Ac; no grade,
OUtMiO'fcC.
OATS No. 2 white 43V4434c; -standard,
4:;.!4:P4c; No. 3 white, 42'a-i3c; No 4
white, 42V(i4:4c; No. 3 yellow, 4-':4(42c;
No. 4 yellow, 42'i 42t4c.
BARLEY Malting, J1.09W1.19; No. 4,
S5c1i1.02; No. 1 feed, McSfSl.02; rejected.
74di ele.
KYE No. 2. 85(870: No. 3, 848tic.
t urlot Receipt.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 144 403 312
Minneapolis 371
Omaha .... 45 24 15
Duluth 244
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing
Prices on Hoard of Trade,
CHICAGO, Sept. 19. Prevalence of mar
tial law In Spain and Vienna had a part
in making the wheat market firm to
day. The close was sC net higher for
the active months, but Vc off for Septem
ber; corn finished Vc to c higher than
last night, oats up a shade to '-ieir'c
and hog products varying from 20c de
cline to liViu advance.
In addition to the warlike conditions
In the Spanish and Australian dominions.
cause for uneasiness by speculators short
of wheat developed In the raising of the
German bank rato and In the fall of
British consols. Evidence that Canadian
farmers were storing their wheat until
after the settlement of the reciprocity
Issue had far from a calming effect on
the bulls. The only important reaction
during the day followed a sharp break In
corn futures, f ine weather In the spring
wheat country acted also against values,
but till the bearish factors proved in the
end to be of no avail, the market clos
ing sieauy at ainiosi me top iigures 01
the day. During the session December
ranged from 97Vt'-5c and tfOc, with last
sales c up at io'c.
Because ot poorness or snipping de
mand and owing to free selling by local
longs, corn suffered quite a backset. De
cember fluctuated between MwfaWSo and
M'-je, closing steady at Wc, a net loss of
c. cash grades were easy. JNo. t yel
low finished at (Tr'slHtfc.
Oats made a ga'.n lor the day aa a
result largely of the fact - that sellers
overreached themselves and had to bid
against each other when rallies occurred.
lu corn and wheat high and low levels
touched by the December option, were
4f)lic, and 4IAic, with the close a ahado up
at (u-Ku.
Talk that some of the European coun
tries would be forced to reduce or re
move duties had a bracing effect on pro
visions, but also afforded a fine chance
tor sellers. The outcome wan mixed
pork 20c down to 17Vro up, and other prod
ucts running from last night's figures to
12ttc decline.
Artlc'lslOpen. Iilgh. Low. Cloe. Yes y
Wh't I I
Sept. 92f?4 92 M1 92
Dec. toViiSl 946l 95
May 1 01 Wil OlSiP 1 00 I 01:S4
1011 1011 101
Corn i I
Sept. 6SS68H1 684 67 67
Dec. 04 H'.itaisfti 64
64?s'.l
May 057WMi 66 65 60S
Oats
Sept. 42 42 42 42Ti
Dec. 45V'ii'4 46 44. 0&8k
May 4PS 48 47 W 4
Pork .
Jan. IS 26 15 32V, 15 00 15 06
Ul& 35
Lard .
Oct. 9 20 t 25(& 9 20 20
22ft 9 27
Dec. 8 92 8 97 8 87 8 87
Jan. 8 924 9 00 8 87 8 87
8 96
Ribs.
Oct. 8 50 8 65 8 42 8 42
Jan. 8 00 8 10 7 96 7 96
May 8 10 8 10 8 00 8 00
8 12
92
91
lo
67
63
65
42
4
41
15 10
917
92
8 20
8 00
8 06
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm: winter Datenta. 14 OOtfS
4.60; straights. 3.65u4.4i; spring straights,
HrxlH.&O; bakers, KJ.W(i4.90.
RYE No. 2, 9K91C.
BARLEY Feed or mixing. 70090c: fair
to choice malting, $1.1211 1.21.
SEEDS Timothy. 112.50a 14.50: clover.
J30.00.
PROVISIONS-Mess pork, per bbl.,
15.0u8'15.12. Lard, per 100 lbs., J9.20. Short
riDs, sides, loose, JH .12iu.62; short clear
sides, boxed, lS.76n8.K7.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 45.000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts were 1,000,000 bushels, compared
with 1.314.O0I) bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. The world's visible sup
ply, as shown by Bradstreet s increased
5,t50.oo0 bushels.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 06 cars: corn, 192 cars: oats. 138
cars; hogs, 20.000 head.
Chicago Cash Prlces-Wheat. No. 2 red.
91(U92c; No. 3 red, 9091c; No. 1 hard
winter, 9Mi9c; No. 3 hard winter,
95c; No. 1 northern. $1.0O&1.05; No. 1
northern, 97c'aJ1.03; No. 3 northern, 96c
11.02; No. 2 spring. 96cgjS1.00; No. t
spring, 90c4il., velvet chaff, 76fiiWc;
durum, 90cjutlo0. Corn, No. 2, 7ti68c;
No. 2 white, 67iit8c; No. 2 yellow. 07Vii
6-c; No. 3. 67ib-7c; No. 3 white, 67Vrf
67c; No. 3 yellow, 67ftb"?Aic; No. 4, 00'iii
G7c; No. 4 white, Wv'yi7c; No. 4 yellow,
6iiJi67c. Oats, No. 2, 43c; No. I white.
44Vu45c; No. 3 white, 43444c; No. 4
white. 4.K(i 43 c; standard. 4av44o.
BUTTER Steady ; creameries, 21S26c;
dairies, lMi'-tc.
KC.US Steady ; receipts. 10,010 cases; at
mark, cases Included, l&flkc; firsts, 19c;
prime firsts, 20c,
CHEESE Steady: daisies, 13'jJ)13o:
twins, UVui:c; young Americas, 13igi
15V-: long horns, 13'a13c.
POTATOES Easy; choice to fancy. 90uf
95c ; fair to good, 75fu!Oc.
POl'LTRY Steady: turkeys. He: chick
ens. 12c; springs, 12c.
VEAI.1 Steady ; M to 60-pound weights,
M(9c; ) to Ko-pound weights, 9'uloc;
5 10 110-pound weights, 11c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls... 2.1,400 SI. 700
Wheat, hu HO.OiO M.OnO
Coin, bu 331.11OO 57H.OHU
Oats, bu 371100 20;!.iO
ltve, bu ll.OtO l.Oi
Harley, bu 134.000 14.UU9
Carlot ReceiptsWheat, 144 cars, wltu
ti or contract grade; corn, 41 cats, with
Hi or contract giade; outs, XIJ cars
lotai receipts of wheat at Chicago, Mm.
neapolls and Duluth today were 75 cars
compared with H14 cars last week and Hii
cars nie corresponding day a year ago,
KV 1 OH K i K K It A I, MARKET
dentations of the Iar on
Commodities.
Yarlona
E YORK. Sept. 1!). FLOt'R
eieany. spiing patents, 8.1 PH.i .40; wlnt
straights. H.si4 10; winter patents, 14 ;
ini :; spring clears. S4.OtVii4.3n; winter ex
trss No. 1, 3 4.V,(3.60; winter extras Nn. 2
H2.'i3 40; Kansas straights. S4 37.M4 45
itye riour. steady; fair to good, $4.70d
i iioice 10 rancy. 4!""n.15.
t OKAMEAL Steady; fine white and
yellow, 11401.42; coarse, II. 3540; kiln
urieo, 9.1 ith.
WHEAT SKit: market steady; No
rea, elevator export bnMs and W-i
1 .. u. anoai; n. 1 northern IHilnth
i.i". r. o. b. afloat. Futures market
whs Hieany at tne start on the Liverpool
nuim, ueciiiini unuer selling aue to more
lavorauie weather and a poor export d
mand, but rallied on covering, closing
-v'i-iu io-i iiigner. Heptemner utt 'r1c
c.nseii . necemner II. 01 '11 1.01, closed
i.ui 11-in. .,iay closed 1.0fi. Receipts
.i"--. iiuioiienxs, none.
t UK.-spot market weak; No. 2 74
elevator domestic basis, to arrive and
74 f. o. b afloat, export trade. Futures
marsei nominal, receipts, 9,375; ship
Ill-Ill!
OATS Spot market steady. Futures
maraet nominal. Receipts, 66,425; ship
ments, 1.6S3.
r EEI r Irm; western spring bran,
i'17-iu. phi ks, .i..k; standard middling,
ion-lb. sacks, $28.60; city, 100-lb. boc'V,
r m I-'
V-1 . w.
mat yuiet; prime, Sl.25.fi 1. 40; No. 1
i..u; rso. i, i.a; No. 3, vrcinSl.V0.
HIDES Dull; Central America, 20c
Bogota, 21''a22',; thirds, llu'Ak:; rejects,
LjC.
PROVISIONS-Pork, steady'.
$lS.25Jtl8.75; family, S20.0Ott21.O0;
clears, S1B75JJ 17.50. Beef, stead v
$12. WKfi 13110; family, 13.50rii 14.00
hams, $-.'9.5032.5. Cut meats.
mess,
short
mess,
beef
easy
pickled bellies. 10 to 14 lbs., JU.5?i 13u0
pickled hams, $14.00. Lard, easy; middle
west prime, S9.4tW9.riO; refined,
continent, $10.05; South America,
compound, $8,004)8.40.
St end y
$10.!5;
HirrTEK Steady, unchanged.
CHEESE Firm.
EGGS steady ; fresh gathered checks,
prime, 15c.
POL'LTRY Alive, fairly active and un
changed. Dressed quiet; feeling weak on
avcrugu offerings of both fowls and
chickens scarce and firm; prices un
changed. OMAHA t.U.VERAI, MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. carton, 23c; No.
1 in 60-lb. tubs, 27c; No. 2, 25c; packing,
16c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 32c; Ameri
can Swiss, 22c; block Swiss, 18c; twins,
liic; triplets, 16c; daisies, 16c; young
America, 18c; blue label brick, 16c; lun
burger, 2-lb.. ISc: Ilmburger. 1-lb.. 19c.
POULTRY Broilers, 18c; springs, 13c;
hens, 13c; cocks, 9c; ducks, luc; geese,
15c; turkeys, 25c; pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Alive: Broilers, 12c; hens, 9c; old
roosters and stags, &c; old ducks, full
feathered, 10c; geese full feathered, 10c;
turkeys, ISc; guinea fowla, lie each;
pigeons, per dox., 75c; homers, per doz.,
$2.50; squabs. No. 1, $1.50; No. 2, 50c.
FISH Pickerel, 11c; white, 20c; pike,
15c; trout, 15c; large crappies, 15il8c;
Spanish mackerel, 19c; eel, Die; haddock,
13c; flounders, 12c; green catfish, 16c;
roe shad, $1.00 each; shad roc, per pair,
50c; salmon, 13c; halibut, 9c; yellow perch,
8c; butfalo, 8c; bullheads. 14c.
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1, 17c;
No. 2, 13c; No. 3. 8c. Loins:
14c; No. 3, 9c. Chuck: No. 1, 7c; No.
2, 60; No. 3, 6c. Round. No. 1, 11c; No.
2, 8c; No. 3. lfi. Plate: No. 1, 63ic; No.
2. 4-V,c; No. 3, 4c.
FRUITS-Apples, Wealthy, per bbl.,
$2,754? 3.25; per bu. bsk., $1.00. Bananas,
fancy select, per bunch, $2.25(U2.50; Jumbo,
bunch, $2.75(3.75. Cantaloupe, Colorado,
standard, 46 count, $2.00 per crate; puny
crate, $1.75; Colorado Osage, 12 size, per
crate, $1.00. Cranberries, early black,
per bbl., $7.50; per box, $2.75. Dates,
Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb. pkgs., In
boxes, per box," $-.00. Grapes, Michigan
Concords, per 7-lb. bsk., le; California
Malagas, per 4-bsk. crate, $1.25. Lemon,
Limoueira brand, extra fancy, 300-300
sizes, 60c per box less. Oranges, Niagara
Redlands, Valencias, 96 126 sizes, per box,
$4 26; 150-176-200-216-250 sizes, per box, $4.75.
Peaches, California and Washington, ptr
box, 80c. Plums, California, large ,-ed
varieties, per crate, $1.75. Prunes, Italian,
per 4-bsk. crate, $1.20. Pears, California
Bartletts, per 60-lb. box, $2.25; lots of 10
boxes or more, per box, $2.15; California
B. Hardys, per box, $200.
VEGETABLES Beans, string and wax,
per mkt. bsk.. 90c. Cabbage. Wisconsin,
per lb., 214c. celery, niicnigan. per doz.,
35c; Colorado Jumbo, per dos.. 65c. Cucum
bers, home growns, per doz.. 50c. Egg
plant, fancy Florida, per doz.. $1.50. Gar
lic, extra fancy wilite, per lb., 12c. Let
tuce, extra fancy leaf. Der doz., 40c.
Onions, home grown, white, per crate,
$1.76; yellow, per crate, $1.60; red globe,
per lb.. 2c; California, yellow. In sacks.
per lb., 2c; Spanish, per crate. $1.75.
Parsley, fancy home grown, per doz.
bunches, 45c. Potatoes, Minnesota, per
bu., $1.15. Sweet potatoes. Virginia, per
bbl., $4.50; per bu. bsk.. $1.60. Tomatoes,
home grown. Per mkt. bsk.. 25c.
MISCELLANEOUS Almonds. California
soft shell, per lb., 20c: '.n sack lots, la
less. Brazil nuts, per 11'.. 13c: In sack lots,
lc less. Coeoanuta, per sack. $5.00. Fil
berts, per lb.. 14c: in sack lots, lc less.
Peanuts, roasted, per lb.. 8V4c: raw, per
lb., 7e. Pecans, large, per lb.. 16c; in
sack lots, lc less. Walnuts. California,
per lb., 19c; in sack lots, lc less. Honey,
new, 24 frames. 13 75.
Corn and 'Wheat Region Bulletin.
For the twenty-four hours ending at 8
a. m. Tuesday, September 19. lull:
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp. Kaln-
Stations. Max. Mln. fall. Sky.
Ashland 75 41 .00 Clear
Auburn 75 39 .00 Clear
Columbus 71 38 .00 Clear
Culbertson 75 32 .00 Cloudy
Falrbury 75 39 .00 Clear
Fairmont -71 87 .00 Clear
Grand Island... 74 39 . 00 Clear
tllartington ... 69 37 .00 Clear
Hastings 72 42 .00 Clear
Holdrege 73 43 .00 Clear
Lincoln 73 43 .00 Clear
North Platte.. TO 3S .00 Clear
OsJkdale 68 33 .01 Clear
Omaha 69 48 .00 Clear
Tekamah 70 38 .00 Clear
Valentine 66 38 .00 Clear
Sioux City, la. 66 38 .00 Clear
Alta, la 63 40 .00 Clear
Carroll, la 68 S9 .00 Clear
Clarlnda, la.... 75 41 .00 Clear
Sibley, la 63 36 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m. Not Included In
averages.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of Temp.
Rain
fall. .50
District. stations.
Columbus, 0 17
Max.
K4
0
. HO
78
82
70
62
iouisviuo, it.y...2u
0
Indl'apolls, lnd,
11 . MS 62 .CO
Chicago, 111
St. Louis, Mo..,
Ies Moines, la.
Mln'polls, Minn
Kan. City. Mo.
Omaha, Neb....,
.30
25 82 66 . 20
21 70 44 . 20
30 62 38 .00
24 72 48 .40
. 18 72 40 .00
cool weather prevails
Clear and
throughout the corn and wheat region.
Frost occurred at six stations In the
Minneapolis district, and heavy frost with
freezing weather occurred In the extreme
north portion of North lakota. Appre
ciable rains occurred within the last
twenty-four hours In all except the
Omaha and Minneapolis districts. Heavy
rains occurred as follows: In Kentucky;
Earllngton, 1.10; Richmond and Williams
town, 1.70. In Missouri: Springfield. 1.10.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
St. I. on la General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 19 WHEAT Higher;
track. No. 2 red, 4jV3c; No. t hara,
94Mu!i9c.
CORN Steady; track. No. !, MWwWc;
No. 2 white. K)c.
OATS Stronger: track, No. !. 44V4iS46o;
No. 2 white. 4oC
RYE Cm-hanged at 91V6c.
FI)l"R Steady; red winter patents,
$4.2oi 4.70; extra fancy and straights, $3.fc0
(f4 20; bard winter clears. $.1.0o43.40.
SEEr Timothy, $12. 008 14.50.
CORN MEAL $3.10.
BRAN Weak; sacked, cast track, tl.Wi
1.15.
HAY Market, slow; timothy, IOO
24.50; prairie, $12.004lti.OO.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged: job
bing. $1M4). Lard, lower; prime steam.
$l.0TV)i.17. Dry salt meats, unchanged;
boxed, extru shorts, $000; clear ribs, $J.0O;
short clears, $S.12l. Bacon, unchanged;
boxed, extra short. $10. Ou; clear ribs, $10.00;
short clears. $10.1:.
POl'LTRY Higher; chickens. ll'c;
springK. 12'c: turkeys, 10c; ducks, ll'-jc;
geise. Sc. I
HOTTER Steady: creamery, 20(U2Cc.
EGOS Firm at 17Hfti21Sc.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, lbs 17.70U ll.Oaj
Whiat. bu 41.000 K.Oiu
Corn a.OuO 40.iH
Oats, bu 43.0U9 42,000
NEW YORKJTOCK MARKET
Distinctly Heavier Tone Develops in
Securities Market.
TWO REASONS FOR MOVEMENT
Foreign Mtnatlon anal Domestic
roll Ilea I t'ondltlous Are Factors
Ablch Are Moat Influential
Daring the Hit).
NEW YORK, Sept. 19 A distinctly
heavier tone developed today In the se
curity; market. There was renewed
selling on heavy scale. The movement
seemed to represent. In the main, tho
Influence of two factors the foreign sit
uation and domestli c political conditions.
The advance of the German bank rate
from 4 to 5 per cent was in no sense a
surprise. Within the last four days tne
rate has been raised above 5 per cent
seven times. The increase of today, how
ever, served to draw attention to the ex
isting tension In foreign monetary af
fairs. It Is now thought probable that
the English rate will bu advanced this
week to 4 per cent.
While the most bearish forecasts of
what the president was to say In regard
to corporations In yesterday's speech
were not borne out, the attitude of the
national administration as thus outlined
seemed to be responsible for much of tho
day's Felling. An Indication of the nature
of this selling may be found in the fact
that of the three Blocks to fall to new
records for the year two of them United
States Steel and International Harvester
were Issues of the corporations men
tioned most frequently In Wall street re
ports of expected anti-trust proceedings.
The selling of United States Steel was
equally heavy late In the day, blocks of
1,000 to 3,f-00 shares being thrown on tho
market. The price fell 2 points to G5c.
International Harvester sold at 100, a
loss of 1. The third Issue to reach a
new low point was Amalgamated Copper
which declined 2'Si points to 55c.
The pressure against United States
Steel was due In part to the belief that
conditions In the Industry are at low eoo
Operations of the United States Steel
corporation since the first of the mont
have fallen below the corresponding pe
rlod in August. One estimate of the
earnings of United States for the cu
rent nuarter was Sllo.o00.000. as com
pared with $141,000,000 In the same period
of last year.
Opening prices of stocks were generally
lower, with some losses of as much as
point. From these declines there wero
subsequent rallies but the undertone was
at all times uncertain, rne neavy sen
Ing of the lat hour sent down prices
generally from 1 to 2 points with larger
losses in a number of cases.
The bond market was Bteady. lotai
sales, par value, $1,754,000. United btates
bonds wore unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
galea. Ilisb
Low. Clous.
Allla-Chalmeri, nrd
17
AmalRamated Copper....
1,400
600
J, W0
"and
zoo
63
American Agricultural
60
American lleet Sugar...
62
American Can
American C. A F
American Cutton Oil-..
American H. A U pfd..
44
60
21
American lea Becurltiea.
17
American Linaeed
American Locomotive ..
American 8. A R
100
1110
10,600
8
34
6
American 8. A R. pfd..
102
American Steel Fdra
27
116
135
American Suajar Kef
100
l.XH)
300
100
00
4,600
116
1W4,
M
44
10314
115
136 4
02
33
102 Va
American Tel. A Tel...
American Tobacco pfd..
1
American Woolen
Anaconda Mining ,
Atchlaon
28
33
102
Atciilaon pfd
Atlantic Coast Line
101
11
sr.
Ilaltlinore A Ohio
Bethlehem Steel
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt.
1,200
600
700
11,000
30
ti4
274
734
223 4
21
in
74
22
7
73
Canadlau Pai-lflo
Central Leather
Central Leather pfd
Central ot'New Jeraey...
CheMipeake A Ohio
ChliaKo A Alton
223
21
S5
r?o
1,400 71Vi 70
70
25
hlcano Ot. west
17
Chicago Ot. Wcat pfd..
Chi. A N. W
fill. . m. A at. p
C. C. C. A St. L
Colorado Fuel A Iron..
Colurado A Southern...
fonaolhlated Oaa
Corn Product
36
13
111
200
1,100
100
100
100
200
aOO
100
100
100
800
13,600
2.200
300
300
3.300
100
. .
too
200
1,600
1404
1124
60V4,
2714
44
132 Uj
13
160
22
46
3m
31
61
41
14
124 i
46
"iVvi
no
111
60
27
46
132
50
27
45
132
12
160
22
46
30
30
50
41
149
123
40
"14
42
100
12
Del. A Hudson
D. A R. O
l.
22
46
10
10
411
I). A K. (i. pfd
Plstlllara' Sccuritlea ..
Krla
Krle lat pfd
ICrle 2d pfd ...
40
General Klectrlo
Oreal Northern pfd
Oreat Northern Oro ctfs
144
123
45
Ulnoia Central
13
14
Inter borough-Met
Interborough-Met. pfd...
International Harveater.,
Inter. Marine pfd..,
International Paper ....
International Pump ....
Iowa Central
K. C. Southern
K. C. Southern pfd
Laclede Oaa
Loulavllle A Naahvills..
Minn. A Bt. L
M; St. P. A Sta. M...
M . K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
Mlaeourl Pacific
National Blacutt
National Lead
N. ity of M. 2d pfd..
New York Central ....
N. Y.. O. A W
Nor:, lc A Weatern
Norrh American
Northern Pacifio
Pacific Mall
Pennaylvanla
People' a Uaa
Pitta., C. v.. A St. L. .
Plttaburg Coal
Preaaed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
42
101V4
41
100
16
29
18
00
100
300
too
"iiio
tOO
26
4
103'
140
130'
23
26
64
102
139
130
28
'ai"
'49"
29
101
3S
101
66
113
29
1111
102
1118
38
130
28
63
86
28
101
38
101
66
113
30
119
101
91
2.900 34
200
G00
8o0
300
I'J
100
(.100
600
1800
49
29
102
39
102
6
115
30
130
100
300
17
27
27
140
23
87
24
17
27
27
188
23
87
24
17
27
165
27
138
23
87
23
45
19
29
68
84
107
26
Railway Steel Spring
100
Readlns 74.200
Republic Steel no
Republic Steel pfd 200
Rock inland Co 1,200
Kock Inland r0. pfd
St. L. A 8. F. 2d pfd.
St. Lou la 8. W
tOO 9 3
St. Lou la 8. W. pfd
8loaa-Shef field 8. A I... 100
Southern Pacific S.600
Southern Railway .... 200
Southern Railway pfd.. 200
tT
10H
7
87
107
K7
64
4
63
Tcnneaaee Copper 82
Texas A Paclflo 23
Tol., St. L. A W 100 18 lh 17
101.. Bl. as W. Pia. 100 43 43
t'nlon Pacific 11,600 1110 15M
I'nlon Pacific pfd 100 90 90
I'nlted States Realty
I'nlted Statea Rubber
42
168
89
67
7
46
113
41
HI
18
26
M
61
76
2
164
I'nlted Statea Steel 119,900
Vnited Statea Steel pfd. 1,700
67
114
42
61
13
7
65
113
41
61
11
26
vtan copper
t.ooo
, 200
100
400
Virginia-Car Cham....
Wabash,
Wihiah pfd .
Weatern Maryland ...
Weatlnghouae Elec 200
Weatern t'nlon 1,100
Wheeling A Lake Erie
41
77
81
74
Lehigh Valley 19.300 157 156
Tutal sale for tho day, 432 600 aharca.
London Stock Market.
LONDON. Sept. 19. The stock market
opened lower. The rise In the German
bank rate and expectations of an increase
In the Bank of England's rate had
c'sed selling in all sections. Consols
touched 70 15-16, a new low record.
American securities opened irregular
and later declined on realising. At noon
the market was easy, with prices ranging
from unchanged to lower that yeuter
day's New York closing.
Conaola, money ..74 la-itLoulavllla A Naata.,149
do account
.11 11-llMo., Kan. ft Tax... z
.... 67New York Central. .106
Amal. Copper
Anaconda ....
7 Norfolk A Wealeru.104
Atchlaon l'4 do pfd
do pfd 104Ont. A Weatern
Baltimore A Ohio.. 99 Pennaylvanla ...
Canadian Pacific ...131Kand Mines ...
Cheaapeaka ai Ohio.. 71 Heading
Chi. Oreat Western. It Ho. Hallway ...
90
.. 40
... 41
..
.. 72
.. 27
..
..10
,.lu
.. 92
.. 68
..118
.. 13
,.. 28
Chi . Mil. A St. r.li do pfd
Pa Beere
17 Southern Paclflo
Denver A Rio O.
do pfd
Erie
do lat pfd
do lat pfd
Grand Trunk ....
IlllQola Central
. 13 I'nlon Paclflo ..
. 47 do pfd
,. 12 0. 8. Steal
. 12 do pfd
. 61Wabaeh
. 16 do pfd
.14
hlLVLlt nar.
tiult't at
24 3-16d per
ounce.
MONEY lft IV4 lwr cent.
The rate of discount In the open mar
ket for short bills Is 8m-3 per cent; for
three months' bills, 3 per cent.
Boston Mlnlngr Storks.
BO8TON, Sept. 19. Closing quotations
on stocks today:
Miami Copper
II Mohawk
18
1
T
tl
,7
86
I
tt
t
21
amd. Offered.
Allouaa
Amai. Copper
A. .. . A
Arli. Com
Ilonton A Corn ,
Butte Coalition ..
(at. A Aria ....
Cal. A Hecla ....
Centennial
Nevada Con ....
.. 22 Nipiaalng Mines
, . 6344 North Butta ....
. 12 North Lake
. 17 Old PomlnloD .
,. 4 nwceol
. 16 Parrott (8
. 48 Qulnry
.376 Shannon
A C.)..
6 Superior
(Vpper flange Con. 51 Superior A B- M..
Fawt Rutte Cop.... 10 Tamarack
Vranklln VtV. 8. 8 R. A
Olroui Con 16-16 do pfd
Crmnby Con 10 I'tah Con
Oreene Cutanea 4 l'tah Copper .
late Royala (Cop.) 13 Winona
Kerr Lake 24 Wolvailna
La Sal la Copper .. 1
, 10
.
. 46
..13
41
l-ov Keeard for t'onaota.
LONDON. Sept. IS. Consols felt t"
day tu the unprecedented low record of
6fi' 63
61 61
M 62".
47"
tl 60-4
"A
UMi 14 Si
68 67
76T. and a further fall is predicted.
big holders who are quietly unloading
compelled to scale prices In order to find
purchasers, as no one wishes consols
while so 'many better yields are obtain
able from other securities.
Vork Moner Market
NEW YORK. Sept. Ifl.-MOVEY
call, steady; 2Vii2 per cent; ruling
rate.
2 per cent; closing bid. 2 per cenl: of
fered at 2 per rent. Time loans, easy;
sixty days. ;i'ii3 per cent: ninety days,
SWnJ', per cent; six months, 3VJ4
cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-4
per cent.
ST ER LI NO EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4 S.TJ.".
for sixty-day bills and St $4.S2;Vo 4.
for demand. Commercial bills, $4.S2
SILVER Bar, 6-'V; Mexican dollars.
tic.
BONDS Government, railroad, steady
quotations on bonds today were as fol
lows:
V. 8. rf. la. ret lonstnt. M M. 4S....44
do 2a, coupon 100' Japan 4a M
do In, ran 101 ' do ' H
do Sa, coupon 11UK. C S. lat la . . . 74.
do 4a, ran ins L. B. (I. 4a (IM1I2
do 4a. coupon 113 V I. A N un. 4a ... I",
Allln-ChnV lat fta.. 44 M. K. A T. lat 4a 7
Am. Af. Sa lol "o Ian. 4Ha ;
A. T. A T. ca. 4BKW14. !. Par. 4a 7&
Am. Tub,
.... 7N. Hr. of M. 4
....lOJ'N. Y. C. ilah. 4a
4a 3 N. Y. N. H. & K.
4a.. M cr.
104 N. W. lat e. 4a
....li7 io cv. 4a
4a.. 5 N', ra. lflc 4a
a;i,
tl
1WH
10.1
do (a
Armour aV Co.
Atrhlaon fan.
do cr. 4a..,
do cv. 6a ..,
At. C. I lat
D ft O. 4a..,
do ta ...
'f.o 3a
I'SOr 8. L rtd. 4a..
3ta.. tOPrnn. cr. S" (1915)
do 8. W
Br. T
4a 14 do
con.
1'. ot O ta 10 Reading aen 4a
O n. Ithar 5b.. 07 St. 1, 8. F. f. 4a 7
C ot N. i. f. 6a 101 do can. 6a 64
C. A O. 4'B 101 8t. L. B. W. c. 4a 7H
do rat. 6a Mo let (old 4a II
A A. S4a et Seaboard A. L 4a.. 7S4
H A Q. c. 4a C6 Bo. Pacific col. 4a
C, H A Q. Jt. 4a (Ml do cv. 4a
CM. A 8 P. K.l'V" !2 do 1st raf. 4a.. IM4
C. It. I. A 1. c.4b77'4Bo. nallaray 6a ....10!H4
do rfe. 4s w do sen. 4a 76
Colo, lnd 6a 75 Union Pacific 4S....100H
:olo. Midland 4a 6J do c. 4a inn.
A s r. & e.4'. 7 d 1-t A r. 4a.. 7
Pel. A II
4s 97ii tT. fl Hubher 6a. ...104
I. A R. O.
4a.
...90 P. B. Steel 2d 5a. .101
... RS Va.-Car. chem. 6a. 99
...86 Wabatl lat 6a.... 107
... 81 do 1st A a. 4a.. 60
. .. 75 Wert. Md. 4a 87
A. M Went. El. cv. 6a.. 92
... 75'Wle. Can. 4a 93
do ref. Ra. ..
MMIIIera 6a .
Erie pr. 1. 4.
do gen. 4a.
do cv. 4a acr.
do aer. R
flen. Elec.
II. C. lat
cv. 5..160 Vo. Pacific or. 6a.. 86
th
4a... 98 Panama ta
102.
Int. -Met. 4H
79
Bid. Offered,
New York Mining Stocks.
NEW YORK. Sept. 19.-Closlng quota
tions on tho Mining exchange:
Alice 225 Little Chief..
.. 1
..S..0
..100
..165
. . 1(81
. . 40
Comatock T., atock. 19
vornBtock T., bonds 17
Con. Cal. A Va 85
Horn Silver 95
Lcadvllle Con 14
Mexlf-l
Ontario
Ophlr
Standard
Yellow Jacket.
Wool Mnrket.
BOSTON, 8ept. 19. WOOL Trans
actions In the wool market continue
limited and sales, although spread over
a wide range, are In retail lots. The de
mand Is principally for low wools, with
30c for Ohio washed delaine and ll)c for
fine Montana in the grease. Quarter
blood Missouri Is held at 24Hc, while
bright combed and braided Missouri have
been sold as high as 24',4c to 2ic. Pulled
wool dull and firm.
Milwaukee Grain Mnrket.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 19. WHEAT No.
1 northern. $1.031.04: No. 2 northern.
$1.0l!il.03; No. 3. hard winter, K4(i37c; De-
tcmiii'r, s;'ec; Aiay, 11.W4.
OATS Standard. 44Ci4;ic.
BARLEY Malting, $1.121.22.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 64Wc.
OATS No. 3 white. 43&43V.C.
RYE No. 2, 83WfM.
Pry Goods Market.
NEW TORK, Sept. 19. DRY GOODS
Between 2.000 and 3.0n0 bales of cotton
goods have been sold for export to
China, the Red Sea and India. The mar
ket for convertibles and print cloth Is
firm. Jobbers are doing a steady trade
of moderate proportions. Reports reach
ing the primary markets Indicate a quick
ening In the retail dry goods lines.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 19. COTTON-Fu-
tures opened steady. September, 11.44c;
October, 11.24c; December, 11.34c; January,
30c; January, 11:30c; February, 11.32c;
March, 11. 42c; May, 11.624J 11.62c ; August,
11.40(fi 11.42c.
Snot closed tiuiet. 20 points lower; mid
dling uplands, 11.45c; middling gulf, ll.Ti'c;
no sales.
Frorln Mnrket.
PEORIA. Sept 19. CORN Unchanged;
No. 2 yellow, 7c; No. 3' yellow, 67c; No. 4
yellow, tkic; No. 2 mixed, 67c; No. 3 mixed,
c; No. 4 mixed, ic.
OATS Higher; No. 2 white, 44'4c; stand
ard. 44c; No. 3 white, 43!.c; No. 4 white,
43VC.
Dlseonnt Itnte Advanced.
BERLIN. Sent. 19. The rate of dis
count of the Imperial Bank of Germany
was raised from 4 to 6 per cent looay.
Oils and Itosln.
SAVANNAH. Sept. 19. TURPENTINE
Firm; Ut'aMc.
ROSIN Firm; grade r , $u.4J9j(S.4a; type
G, $G.45(U.47Vi.
Omaha liar Market.
OMAHA, Sept. 19.-HAY-NO. 1, $12.00;
No. 2. $11.00; coarse, $10.00; packing stock,
$7.OOfri9."0: alfalfa, $l3.ou. .straw: wneat,
$4.jlKa-3.00; rye and oats, $6.00.
Preacher Lambert
in Own Defense
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Sept. 19. The ac
tion of Rev. Joseph Lambert, a Congre
gational minister of this city in marry-
ns; Colonel John Jacob Astor and Miss
Madeline T. Force was discussed at a
meeting of the Providence ministers of
the denomination today. A committee
of three will report on tho matter at
the next meeting of the State Society of
Congregational Ministers. October 18.
Mr. Lambert spoke briefly In defense of
his act.
CHICAGO, Sept. 18. The recent mar
riage of Colonel John Jacob Astor to
Jdlss Madeline Force Is termed "an af
front to decency and the sanctity of the
marriage relation" and the Rev. Mr.
Lambert, the Congregational minister
who performed the ceremony, Is con-
sured In a resolution adopted today at
the meeting of the Congregational Min
isters union of Chicago.
Two Killed When Car
Jumps Over High Wall
KANSAS CITY, Bept. 19. Two persons
were killed and a third probably fatally
injured when a street car leaped from
the tracks and plunged over a 100-foot
hill at Fifth and Bluffs streets here to-
Ight. Only three passengers were in
the car when the accident occurred.
The dead are:
DENNIS KAUFFMAN. a passenger.
II. E. MYERS, motorman.
Conductor William Kaiser was badly
hurt.
The car left the track at a sharp curve
on an incline. Several hundred feet be
fore the car reached the turn it became
evident that the motorman had lost con
trol of his brakes. Realizing this, O. C.
Colt, a cousin of Russell Colt, husband of
Ethel Barrymore, dropped off the read
platform to safety.
New Postal Banks
for Two States
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19-(Speclal Tel
egramsPostal savings bunks will be
uetabllshed on October 18 as follows:
Nebraska Crawford, Gothenburg, Sid
ney. Cozal, Wymui-e, Elm Creek, oor-
un, Louisville and Valparaiso.
Iowa Kt mour, Madrid, Mystic, Lehigh,
Hlteman, Ogden, Blalrvtown, Belmont,
Manning. Hlouz City, Sumner, Cedar
Rapids, Davenport, station City.
B. T. Moore of Waterloo, la., has been
appointed a clerk in the Depai taient of
l.aUir
The
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
arc J
Cattle Steady to Ten Cents Higher
in Spots.
HOGS A BIO TENCENTS LOWER
Itecelpta of Mierp anal lamln Verw
Large, bnt be Demand la liood
anal Trices on All Kinds
Knllr trar
. SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 19. 1911
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 11, tw. l.wU 42.0.W
Estimate Tuesday b,i0 i.'8 42.WO
Two days this week..T7.6.l."i K..VU M.tMJ
Same days last week . . ln.Ooi . lol.Ool
Same day 2 weeks ago 17.40 .H3 43.1m)
Same day 3 weeks ago Iti.Mii o.sS) 2.H.i3
Same day 4 weeks ago lu.ot2 H..S20 4.J
Same day last ear. . . .23.0J3 7.002 7;U'.'3
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
lor the year to date compared with last
year: 1DI1. 1'JlO. Inc. Dec.
Cattlo 7;!..4.2 792.1.73 14.201
Hog l.S4;l,r.7 l.bM.SW 229.197
Sheep l,b2,;Nr 1.0s3.t4K! 4J,1S7
The following table siiows the average
prices lor hogs at South Omaha for tne
last several days, with comparisons:
On
Per
V30
i
M
DH
Dates. I 1U11. IMO.IlAW.IUKW.IlW.lliKW.IlllOj.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
M-pt.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
bei'l.
bept.
8.6"7 I S 91 7 2 61! I 6 90
. KtiHl l 0J 7 H: W & , I
lOi it) 13 7 b M 6 6J 6 93
111 7 O0', 1 V M bt 6 Mi u i
12 6 UiV9 27 I o Ui Ni 6 WO,
li o b4 , tl lo 7 95 I a sd( to W
loi li . 1- 0b S 06; 6 90, I 0 W
10, SOft, ko o 0U Sl 5 !K) I
1(1 I D3 b H' tl WM 6 Mi 6 111
16 1 ( SI 1 I H to J ia u 0o
11 1 8 D- , 1 ti &o 672 b 02
74,
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union atoca yards, boiiti, Omaha,
tor twenty-lour hours ending at it p. tu.
vesteruay :
UECE1PTS CARLOADS.
Cattle. Hogs, bueep. U'r's.
C M. ot St. P 1 11 1
Mo. Pac 2 2
union Pacific 42 s W 3
C. ct N. W., east... 4 2 3..
C. Ac N. V., west. .134 34 4j
C. bt. P. M. Ai O... 2 10 1
C. Li. oc W., east... 1 a .. 1
C. B. or. W., west.. K7 20 43
C. It. I. & P., east., u .. ..
Illinois Central 1 1 .. 1
C. U. W 2 2 .. 2
Total receipts 2M 10S 1j0
DISPOSITION HEAD.
Cattle. Hugs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.... i:o u47 2,o3j
Switt & Co l,2o2 1,47 2,oo
i;udahy Packing Co 1,233 o.-3 4,iii
Armour or. Co t.ni 4.'i 3,ou8
Schwurtz-Boien Co 13 lo0
Morrtll 113
W. B. Vaiibunt Co 1
Benton arisant At L... l'.'l
Hill Ac Sun 3u3
F. B. Lewis H3
Huston & Co is
J. 14. Root At Co loS
J. H. Bulla oil
L. E. Husz 123
L. Wolf 32
AlcCreary Ac Carey 113
. W eithelmer 12a
H. F. Hamiltun 23t
M. Hagerty oO
Sulllvuu Ijios 2
lAits ltothscniid 10b
Mo. At Kan. .Calf Co.... IK
uaker, June's & Smith 20
Clme & Christy 10
Mcconaughy 'i0 ,iV"
Other buyers l,4ol 37,1 Jo
Totals 7.812 3,503
44,724
CAl'iurJ-cattle receipts were not
very
heavy tur a Tuesday, ueing lighter
I I, MA B,rlU CMtlttlMlM I IIH llltlll lOT t 116
man
IWO
uavs K iowa a la l;ng oil 01 auuui ,
head as comparcu w.th last year una
over u.uuu ii.ioi as comuaied with
uaiiih i wn ,iMii4 n v par uuj.
W ith a very lair uemunu lor beef steers
anu witn receipts by no means uuruen
aoine the market opened in tair season
in tne morning anu tile prices paid lor
desirable calUu were steady to strong and
in some cases a lime Higher than yester
day. All in alL it was a good strung and
lun ly active market.
Cows una lieiiets wero in very good
demand, the bamo as tiny have been tor
a number of uays bach, anu the mantel
un that kind ot stock cuuiu saieiy oo
tjuoleu as sieauy tu as much aa loc
higher in some cases.
feeders were in moderate supply and
very good demand with the result that
the tiade was quite active and the big
bulk of the offerings changed hands in
good season this morning. The prices
paid were strung tu aa mucn as 10c
niglicr in spots. Feeder buyers took a
guod many neshy came that were really
goud enough luc killers, paying as hlgn
as $6.ou tor guud welgnty cattle to ua
taken buck tu mo country ana placed
on feed.
Quotations on aatlve cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, i. 2jig7.it; fair lu good
beef steers, $0.507.25; common to fair,
beef steers, $4.i64j,0; good to cnulce heif
ers, $5.utU5.i&; goud tu choice cows, $4.a0
tfO.OO; fair to goud cows, $3.7ai&-4.5u; com
mon tu tair cuws, $2.5vu'3.ij; veal calves.
I.I.&0&I.75.
quotations un range cattle: Good to
choice beet steers, $0,1106.50; fair to good
beef steers, $o.0uiuv&.&o; common to tair
beef steers, $4.ou.O0; good to choice
hellers, $4. V5iB0.25; guud to choice cows,
i4.4otuo.10; fair to goud cuws, $3,7544.40
guud to choice Mockers and feeders, $3.00
j. 10; lair tu gooa stuCKers ana ieeuers,
$4.25t5.ou; common to fair stuckers and
leeders, $3.50(ai.Zo; stock hcilera, $3.2tu
4.4o; bulls, stags, etc., tJ.uutto.uu.
Representative sales:
No.
41...
At.
Pr. No.
7 30
COWS.
$ n 4
1 a (
i 40
.iEIFEKS.
46 4
I 70 I
4 DO 6
BVL.ua.
26 1
I 66 1
4 M 1
At. Pr.
,, (25
,. 775
. IKlO
. 400
. 6U5
. 610
. 630
.m.o
. 10
..1095
..Ilia
4 15
4 46
, (91
176
1 641
4 25
4 25
4 2a
I 45
4 46
I H
. 70
. 960
.1470
1 220 4 76 t 145 7 04
1 291 5 00 1 114 7 25
1 172 7 IM 1 160 7 25
2 110 7 VO 1 140 1 74
uv. 4vfc.li.:
$ 664 4 00
4 601 4 20
AN aJ A! UUUtt?.
1 661 4 40
t 7W 4 40
to.. ui lit
13 U 4 74
16 692 4 20
i 7t0 4 25
7 474 4 30
v Jiol liivNS NEBRASKA.
No. Av. Pr. No. A v. Pr.
24 cows. ...1004 4 3D 8 cows. ...1010 4 30
11 cows.... HIS 4 30 22 feeders. 1U14 6 06
31 feeders. littO & 00 10 feeders. 74 4 25
17 calves.. 265 6 50 I'M steers. ..106& 6 00
28 steers. ..1U66 5 00 15 feeders. D12 4 80
43 feeders. 81)5 4 60 82 feeders. lltiu 4 85
6 feeders. 1105 4 00 38 feeders. 102 6 25
53 feeders. 1322 6 40 21 leeders. 1149 6 06
64 feeders. 1320 5 40 8 feeders. 1U72 5 00
Mi steers.. .1119 & 05 37 heifer.. 1033 t 00
15 feeders. 912 4 80 43 leeders. B'.o f ov
82 feeders. 1105 4 85 feeders. 1105 4 bo
A. T. Hatch Nebraska.
29 feeders. 913 4 65 II cuws.... 947 4 15
F. Yeast Nebraska.
18 COWS.... 9."i9 4 40 14 steers. ..11M 40
34 feeders. 1264 6 20
George Montgomery Nebraska.
55 cows.
916 4 6.1
23 cows.. ..1030
4 40
3 25
9 cows....
4 cows.A.
877 4 00
810 i 00
SOUTH
601 4 10
4 cows.
872
DAKOTA.
9 cows....
17 cows....
29 feeders.
10 feeders.
725
848
555
662
2 75
3 45
4 10
3 85
4 56
5 feeders. 704
I 80
4 15
8 15
4 96
4 40
11 cows.... 913
12 cows 93
22 feeders. HMO
17 cows.... 890
15 heifers..
18 feeders. 940
Roland
Smith South
Dakota.
9 cows.... 884 3 90 11 feeders. 663 4 05
J. Jarvis South Dakota.
12 heifers.. 434 6 04 5 calves.. 302 6 25
i cows.... 716 3 30
II. G. Weare South Dakota.
61 feeders. 1027 4 60 25 cuws.... 874 4 20
10 cuws.... 732 3 30
J. G. Hlghsaw South Dakota.
22 heifers.. 607 - 3 40
Tony Bale South Dakota.
14 heifers.. 6'X 8 70 10 feeders. 820 4 65
19 cows I04 3 30
E. and D. Richards South Dakota.
33 feeders. 940 4 85 8 steers. ..1162 6 60
Western Ranches South Dakota.
14 cows.... 760 3 40 23 feeders. Iu78 4 50
J. R. Melch-South Dakota.
15 heifers.. 603 S 55
WYOMING.
8 feeders
22 steers...
8 cows...,
21 cowi.,..
ran
973
4 00
17 cuws.... SM
5 65
4 80
t AO
4 80
t 00
4 20
6 26
6 10
7 60
4 65
3 30
4 20
6 00
4 Ml
6 25
6 25
K 1ft
11 fenders. 911O
36 cows.... 887
44 steers. ..1132
89 feeders. 1110
13 cows.... 976
20 steers. ..1116
steers... 11 16
828
9.15
17 steers. ..1198
24 feeders. M6
12 steers. ..1074
64 steerB...1140
1C feeders. 1104
1 calf 1(a)
D. R. Whltaker Wyoming.
t feeders. lCaO I 40
Adams fc Ferguson Wyoming.
29 Steers.. ITU) 4 85 1 cows.... 830 4 40
.T. C Jordon Wyoming,
n neirrra.. W U 64 feeders. UK 6 45
1 Mw 4 M
Pftrr- A f5opoar Wyoming.
m WiWa K4 4 n S ciw 4 X 70
foster. W (H
Mi N TANA
,.! sin rs...l:.'.ii jit III Met rs . l-.' i" ti 2
.11 9IITI9...I.! hill .'I Stvl -if. .LU tl -M
44 Met 1 .. IJ.W ii Hi
R. I". Hit-Knt-ll -It'llho.
22 fe-diTs. ::. 4 .0 III fccdeis. 9-) 4 ;0
HtiGS-Prlces for hogs broke a bl
dlnir, the tli cilne h ing tausi.l b beat If 11
trend at oilier li-au.iig inaiki-t. bioiv
bu Ing on the part of tin' packers, coiili d
with 11 limited demand trani shippers
produced a iiiiivnmiil that un rutin
quiet from the start and yards were not
entirely clcnrd until well along towtrd
the dinnt r hour.
St-llrrs tistialiy described the trade as
simply un an, but barring Hie slump, the
situation in general had many points In
common with recent sessions. Receipts
were really under requirements, heavy
butcher grades made no the big bulk and
variety of offerings proved seasonably
poor. Shipping demand furnished an out
let for about ten loads of the better
quality animals, as compared With a
t ot ii I supply of I'll loads.
Spreads remained narrow and most of
the run sold at three or four prices.
Larger droves were put tip at $iVn.Vnii.70
and the best bacon cln.is on sale dopprd
to $.N. Only one loud landed at this
figure, a shipment of thin lf7-poundcrs.
Representative sales:
No.
45...
14...
ti...
31...
M...
31...
67...
at...
60...,
46...
M...
64...
11...
72...
...
63...
67...
67...
7!...,
"6....
M . . . .
17....
J9....
M...,
6&....
64...,
16...,
47....
8h.
Pr.
6 !
4 66
6 64
6 66
6 65
6 tt.
6 7'4
67',
6 67 V,
6 67,
6 67S,
70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
6 70
4 70
4 70
6 70
6 70
4 70
6 70
6 70
6 70
6 70
4 70
70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
6 70
6 70
4 70
Ho.
:...
27...
61...
60...
66...
66...
M...
8h.
Pr.
6 70
4
4 70
4 7t
4 70
6 70
4 74)
4 7
4 70
6 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 79
4 7i
4 7
4 7a
4 :
4 74
4 70
4 70
4 70
6 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 74
6 70
4 70
6 72 '4
4 72i
6 72,
4 724j
6 72
4 75
4 75
4 76
4 74
6 76
4 75
4 75
4 0
4 M
6 60
6 40
4 90
4 66
3KS
....314
,...:o
....305
....2.V.
...30
....277
....JOJ
...300
....314
. .. .?1'S
...274
i.V.0
....S:
,...1U1
....2X1
. . . . IN)
...?7
...2'J
...27
...!
...:'27
...247
...2'2
...277
...2113
...2!0
...2
...8.U
.
.3?4
.227
.317
.!
.2J
.247
.214
60..
76..
4..
66..
61..
62..
6..
65..
fx..
67...
63..
61..
63...
63...
62...
47...
44...
66...
67...
67...
49...
43...
62...
67...
6...
73...
75...
,...75
...240
....172
... .260
....111
20
... .274
....271
....2-MI
....242
3:'5
....277
....371
....:n4
....276
....327
2i
2
....24
....276
....277
....27
,...255
...244
...221
...310
...24
...2
B 8b
6 3d
6 33
9 21
H
6 2
6 32
S3
3S...
43....
66....
60....
44....
66....
61....
...ISO
. . .-7.1
...2i
...20
.. .307
...321
...28
...246
...25
...27
...2.1
....lot
...251
...26
...2H3
...237
...2M)
160
120
40
ilO
69.
62....
62 2M
66....
66...
67....
77.
.260
0
too
40
'lio
M
70...
69...
76...
67...
77...
70...
67...
64...
46...
.176
.255
.211
.r.io
.200
.230
.20.
.206
.211
.187
43....
7....
70....
"....
6....
62....
39 ...
64....
N EBRA.-KA.
29 foedt rs. 6."4
4 60
12 cows.
.1017
10 feeders. 8M
10 cows.... Kl'l
3 heifers.. 626
3 mixed... 463
4 .r6
3 S.I
4 00
7 feeders. 7H.j
14 cows.... 976
23 feeders
417
4 00
1 calf....
110
wvmnvu
23 steers. ..1157 5 SO
SHEEP Another flood-tide run of
lambs and sheep arrived, finding a mar
ket practically free from the usual de
pressive competition of stalo offerings.
Final count yesterday gave a total of
42.0UO head, about 4,Ouo head In excess of
the early estimate, but final clearance in
all branches of the trade left empty
selling pens and the market as a whole
was a rattling good one. Fresh receipts
were placed at 42,000 head, mostly lambs,
and about 65 per cent feeders.
All early Indications pointed to a pen
sion not only big, but also busy. Pack
ers wanted fat lambs and seemed willing
to pay prices quotably steady for any
thing In this lines that met their require
ments. Strings uf high-dressing promise,
as well as small sorts from feeder ship
ments opened firm, selling around $5.36(W
6.50. Quality that vended under the Jj.Ij
mark was not very respectable.
Fat sheep and yearlings easily held all
of yesterday's gain and usually showed
oi
the
good action. Desirable owes changed
hands at $3.50(i(3.65, Indicating a limit ut
$3.75 or better. Choice handy wether
were In good request at $3.764. 00, but the
latter figure was untested at a top during
the first few rounds. The better classc-a
of yearlings were ready sellers at $4.2orui
4.35.
An expanding country demand was re
sponsible for a feeder trade that had no
unwelcome feutures except, of course, a
seasonably low scale of values. Good
ewes were active, feeder lambs wire
Douular and anything sultublc fur green
roughage and corn feeding moved freely.
Steady prices were generally paid, thrifty
lambs with a little weight bringing $4.85(i
5.10. Pee-wees have scored even more
Improvement than the toppy classes and
were in very fair demand at $4.60 and less.
Bulk of good feeding ewes at $2.75ti2.8
warrants a quotable top of possibly $3.0n.
According to packers' tab, yesterday a
aggregate purchase of feeders was 27,000
head.
Quotations on Sheep ana tamus
Lambs, good to choice, $5.35.65; lambs,
fair to good, $o.0Oii5.35; Iambs, culls, $4.40
fe4.90; lambs, feeders, $4.256.10; year
lings, good to choice, $3.8511x4.36; year
lings, iceaers, jw.oirat.iD; wetuers, nanay.
$3.6o4t4.00; wethers, heavy, $3.50i3.8j;
wethers, feeders, $3.25'3.65; ewes, good to
choice, $3.40j3.75; ewes, fair to good, $300
&3.40; ewes, breeders, $3.254p4.ll; ewes,
feeders, $2.353.00; ewes, culls, $1.&0i32.35.
Representative sales:
No.
Av.
70
66
72
69
65
62
65
116
117
120
Pr.
6 50
31 Wyoming
lames,...
lambs....
lambs. . . .
263 Wyoming
6 40
6 60
6 00
6 00
6 00
6 00
8 60
3 60
3 90
4 10
4 10
4 16
4 10
6 40
4 90
6 50
5 40
6 40
6 15
4 00
4 80
4 55
4 70
4 80
6 50
6 50
4 85
4 85
4 80
4 25
8 15
6 16
4 00
4 00
5 66
2 86
2 80
1 80
2 60
2 30
t 60
1 60
4 00
a 90
4 25
6 00
4 35
6 Oo
4 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
6 10
4 00
6 25
6 60
4 70
4 85
4 85
4 85
8 tiu
3 90
3 75
6 05
4 40
6 "5
4 60 '.
4 00 ,
6 6
6 35
4 25
4 80
3 60
2 60
6 15
4 40
1 60
3 16
6 00
6 Ou
6 0o
6 00
4 25
4 24
6 00
4 00
2 65
6 60
6 60
6 60
207 Wyoming
155 Wvomlng
lambs, feeders
231 Wyoming lambs, feeders..
136 Wyoming; lamos,
feeders
116 Wyoming lambs,
feeders..
212 Wyoming ewes
68 Wyoming ewes
45 Wyoming wethers
171 Wyoming yearlings
195 Wyoming yearlings
167 Wyoming yearlings
234 Wyoming yearlings
91
93
96
65
67
69
66
69
3M Wyoming lambs
;aj Wyoming lamos
1,6 Wyoming lambs
322 Wyoming lambs
341 Idaho lambs
332 Idaho lambs
307 Wyoming yearlings and
wemers
93
1&9 Idaho lambs, feeders &t
699 Utah lambs, feeders M
102 Wyoming lambs, feaers,
culls 64
349 Utah lambs, feeders 66
261 Utah Iambs
158 l'tah lambs
65
66
62
60
60
67
99
68
63
63
101
970 Wyoming lambs, feeders..
250 Wyoming lambs, feeders..
196 Idaho lamns. teeners
1!6 Idaho lambs, feeders
78 Colorado ewes
425 Idaho lambs ,
80 Wyoming lambs
68 Wyoming lambs, culls ,
156 Wyoming ewes
110 Wyoming ewes 100
312 Wyoming ewes, feeders 92
77 Wyoming ewes, fdrs., culls 81
218 Wyoming ewes, fdrs 89
194 Wyoming
ewes, leeders.... 86
wethers liai
23 Wyoming
70 Wyoming
ewes, wethers. ...106
yearlings 75
yearlings 74
yearlings 82
185 Wyoming
674 Wyoming
75 Wyoming
912 Idaho lambs, feeders 63
136 Wyo lambs, Mrs., culls..., 46
824 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 61
143 Wyoming lambs, fdrs, culls 45
1,029 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 44
162 Wyoming lambs, tars., culsl 45
232 Wyoming lambs, feeders..., 60
1,112 Wyoming lambs, feeders.. 61
IM Wyoming lam us, iurs., culls 61
333 Utah lambs 62
261 Wyoming lambs 70
326 Utah lambs, feeders 66
138 Colorado lambs, feeders.... 57
3.J Colorado lambs, feeders.... 66
29 Colorado lambs, feeders.... 69
1H1 Colorado yearlings, feeders 89
250 Colorado yearlings, feeders 84
40 Wyoming wethers 101
326 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 61
133 Wyoming .ambs, feeders.... 60
1.K62 Wyoming lambs, feeders. 66
380 Wyoming Iambs, feeders... 60
96 Wyoming lambs, fdra.. culls 60
26 Wyoming Jambs, feeders.... 61
255 Wyoming lambs 66
liu Wyoming lambs, fdrs.. culls 60
174 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 60
84 Wyoming ewes 107
4 Wyoming ewes, fdrs
96 Wyoming lambs
74 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
80 Wyoming ewes
258 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
319 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
640 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
710 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
360 Wyoming lambs, feeders.
li Wyoming lambs, fdrs., culls 52
98 Wyoming lambs, tors., culls 62
98 Wyoming lambs, feeders 66
492 Wyoming yearlings 81
234 Wyoming ewes, feeders. .. .101
181 Wyoming
lambs 70
lambs 70
lambs 69
626 Wyoming
378 W yomlng
St. Joaenk 1.1-r stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Sent. 19. CATTLK Na.
celpts. 2.600 head; market steady: niarn
$4MW7.80; cows and hclfcrs, $2.8Wuv6.uu;
calves. $X 7641.7.75. '
HOGS Receipts. I.JOO head: marbat
steady to iOc lower; top, St.90; bulk of
sales. Hl.40tie.8il
SHEEP AND IJtMftH-Rjrlnta I an
baad; market steady; lauaba. (ifCOu.
4 15
4 45
3 60
6 0
8 00
1
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