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BOSTON terrier pup, male and female, CITY PROPERTY for SAltt
15 to $15. L. J. Read. 30th ui I. South BARGAIN 4-room modern house or
Omaha. Tel. South 3677. talc Price $4,000. 1808 Dodge St. See J. H.
VOX terrier puppies. $3 and $& each. nlvley- '
2693 Evans St. Tel. W. 6868. NEW. strictly modern. B-room cottage.
1,1 T w 1 d neighborhood; will sell small pay
REAL ESTATE LOAAS ment down, then monthly payment or
WANTED City loans and warrant " JZS l" ,ot " tm
W. Farnain Sniltii A Co 1320 Farnain St. ment' wt8tr ,"
r rl-v t Aiwa fami.pA;iK FOUR houses, $2,500 down, reat on pay-
6 Sniftfri? ments; income $t per annum, tor sale
o Co. ao-m Brandela Theater Bid by owner. 508 Brown blk.
widTatKSPSJIL NEW six-room house and two full site
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Faraana. ,ow Dy owner. ,e4vlrig clty. CaU Web.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Br, ster 1251.
frARVTNRROR.,j0aM- wuHod. let her go.
tJAIfcV XIX J3XlW0.0mant Xtt.t Bitnk. Owner says, LET HER GO. at some
' rwi'i u . rr..,. v.w.....i,. ,. price. Tour price, any price. It must be
Ai &bklanU " once. $300 cash: balance just like
vni i n.w aZLh nVi i.nk BwVnr rent- Thia n0UM modem with seven
1016 New oroaha Nat 1 Bank Building. Ur(r room8 and Iocate1 one Dlock Muth
MONET to loan on business or real- of Vinton St. on 18th St. J. P. Jackson,
dence properties, 11,000 to $500,00. W. H. 1811 Frederick St. Doug. 4883.
THOMAS. $0$ First Nat'I Bank Bldg. TWO 6-room houees. to be removed. 26th
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. nd Woolwortli. A. E. Olander, 130 S.
' n.1;1., -x 25th Ave. A-43S4.
LOANS Farm and city property, J. 1 TT,--.. .
H. Dumont & Son. 1602 Farnam St, it WEST FARNAM HOME.
Almost new, 7-room, all modern house
Wanted farm loans. Kloke Inv. Co., Oma. wlth Blze basement. On corner lot
ppVj i,.,-, .'...I Hoth streets paved; 1 block from car.
na&Jj liialAHii U AAlbli owner lives in this and wisues to leave the
HAVE you a 4 or 5-room house for sale; "fty. "Ji-CS"
If so will you take $200 down and balance ? For further parUculars phone H.
monthly. I have clients for houses in all vsu-
parts of the city. L N. Vogel, 416 Kar- - -
Tan.r.or.y v 7T HOUSCS tO MOVC
WANTED TO BUY New modern home, 1,1 - ..a
five or six rooms, full cellar, on paved 3616 Franklin, 6 rooms, 925.
streets, between Sherman avenue and 3722 N. 31st Ave., 5 rooms, $400.
nZJ? ,stet' .n,L0VeiS ?locks The abovo are ecoi houses, to be
north of post office $2,800 or $3,000; terms, ,,, .... , . '
$300 dowri, balance $3 per month. Ad- moved on account of being on new
dress a 470, Bee. ' Boulevard; foundations included.
Household gda. clothes A shoes. D3971 B19S9 JOHN W. ROBBINS. IBB FARNAM T.
Best prices old clothes A shoes. Web. 5146. r--
WE BUY anything in store and office jI.OjU
fixtures. Omaha Fixture and Supply T 1
Co., 12th and Howard. Douglas 2724.
Highest price Bald for men's cast-off DEAL WITH OWNER
clothing. 621 No. 16th. Douglas 7.26.
Bachman buys, sells f urn't'ro. 210$ Cuming On absolutely clear property, a -r.
BOTTLES . house, advantageously tocatad. paved
. Buy, sell and exchange. N. Steinberg.
WANTED to buy a stock of gentuai street, cement walks, full basement; this)
merchandise, cheap, in Nebraska or A , , ' . A. ,
Iowa. Apply or writ Raphael Pred Co., Property rents for $30 per month; this U
as big a snap as there is in this cityi
WILL buy any number of cows from ...
10 cows to five carloads; heavy springers mugt see to appreciate. Address K-446,care
or fresh preferred. Alamito Sanitary
Dairy. 1814 Farnam St. gefc
wantedto RENT 7-RnnTn MnHom
H(JW about that house you have been ' "JXUUIIl I 10016111
trying to rent? I have clients for houses tt t
In all parts of the city.' I; N. Vogel, 415 rlnmP i lftP Ifl
Karbach Block. Douglas 3691. XAUill VlUOt 0.11
; ! "" " rsr-. ; -r.-rsL - Seven-room, all modern house, close to
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Farnam car line and only 14 blooks from
irn'vvtit tKntcJJ a Ao'.h 'Ja Mln St Oak woodwork, oak floors and
rJw wiutod tomiSSSS f "stock hot water heat. Price. $4,600. This hous.
TMlSSxSrSl almos w,nd abargain. Owner will
eastern Kansas, Nebraska or western good lot In Dundee as part pay
Iowa; can use large stock and might put ment.
in some cash tf stuff is good enough; J. H. DUMONT A SON,
alvo full details in first letter. Address Phone Doug. 690. 1603 Farnam St., Omaha.
Lox L. Seibert. Colo. 1 ' - - 'V- 1
I HAVE about ten thousand acres of At Jjlst HTM1 WPnStPr
land in the most favored locality of M6n- iil uwl flUU ,f IC1
tana, the great crop growing district T. "D- . .
I will exchange thlB land in lots of 160 dOSC'lIl DU11P3.10W
acres up, for Omaha income property, ,T 7Z " a" T"
220 acres ot clear land in IiUs county, with large lot, 65x150; fine shade trees,
Iowa. $-room house, barn and other out- law!' eodded. cement walks and steps;
buildings. Will exchange for income modern in every respect. lx rooms, large
property in Omaha. ... 1 living room, 24x12; dining room, 17x12; 3
640 acres of land ia the famous San Luis n,ce o6' rooms and bath on second floor.
Valley, Colo., fair improvements, highly Beamed ceilings, panelled walls. Sand
irrigated; will exchange In part or as a finish and tinting on walls. Owner needs
whole for income property in Omaha. the money. Buy direct and save com-
160 acres of well improved land in mission. Brand new, Just completed. $4,000
Phelps county, Neb., for income property takes it. Call owner. Webster 3621. Show
in Omaha. you through anytime.
240 acres of land In Perkins oounty, " "
incomefrpeoPerty?CUmb,;ftnC'' ' W H0ME TRADE FOR
160 acres in Banner 'county, Neb., for T CW
Omaha Income property. All land free xjjx
of Incumbrance. Six-room house, Just being completed,
Call on or address the owner. all modern except heat Will take In good
724 Omaha National Bank Building. lot as part payment.
Telephone Douglas 4040. GALLAGHER & NELSON.
'SIGHT ACRES good land, 60 miles S Brandels Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
from Omaha, for a good automobile. ; "'." " "
FOR SALE-Cheap.y, or trade, lot. at "tAifM FOR .ALB
16th and Q Sts., and 340 Z Sts. So. Omaha. Arkana.
BtLi?AJEm!?rhaS JwiP' Snff FARM For sele7"lB7H acres, well im-
r J L cnandlse or notel- Address prove(1: m mlles Berryvllle. Price $5,000.
V,. i. Address owner, John McCurdy, Berry-.
GRANT, 211 Brandels Theater, u. mm. vllle. Ark.
REAL ESTATE . Colorado.
ABSTRACTS of TUXB. 120 acre relinquishment one half under
North Sterling Ditch and Reservoir, svs-
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of- tern completed, water flowing In reser-
flci In Nebraska. 206 Brandeis Theater, voir, 4 miles of small town, U. P. rall-
mm m.-Mw, iimiisii'iiit !oad- Place can be homesteaded under
HUlLUtUS' ivtowMAlloA. j year taw whlch reqUires only 7 months
. .... . , residence each year. Price $925.00 cash
Ideal Cement Co.. l.th and Cuming fits. f0r enort time.
Furbs, Son A Blind, palnting.decoratlng. MORTON AND WALDO.
ok .Att.. 10 South 3rd St gterlln,. Colo.
FOR SALE At a bargain if taken at
20 ACRES of land," 14 acres in pasture, once; 160 acres of good land in Lincoln
4 acres In alfalfa and 2 under cultivation county Colorado. King Hardware Co.,
1 mile west Leavenworth St. car line. 2109 Cuming St.
D"g- .j: CalHoruL.
Orln B. Merrill. 1213 City. Nat. Bank Bldg. FREE Jiterature will be sent to anyone
yiTXr- a a i- Interestea in the wonderful Sacramento
A UL A L Valley, the richest valley in the world;
fx VrVIAAlTI unlimited opportunities; thousands of
acres available at right prices. The place
f!nMPAT?Fl THTlSTT! tor the man wanting a home in the
vumjrAxvrj xlicjoej flnest climate on eartn, Wrlt t0 t pubnc
WITH OTHERS THAT YOU HAVE organisation that gives reliable Informa-
SEEN. tlon. Secretary Sacramento Valley De-
$3 800 buyf twenty acres, 14 miles velopment Association, Sacramento, Cal.
yo,ovv north of F0Pence car ljne; - 1
small house, six acres in fruit, all bear- Georgia.
mg. High and sightly, overlooking river , r j
fhnids ba?ndinrournFroyr.nLou GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
tfi 100 20 cre. S' miles north of . Traversed by the
lpO,dUU Florence; , 7-r. house, new ATLANTIC. BIRMINGHAM ATLANTIC
chicken house, new barn, 30x40; good RAILROAD. .
well, cistern, spring water, and lots of Lands adapted to the widest range of
fruit; BOO apple trees, 100 plum trees 100 crops. All the money crops of the south
peach trees 60 pear trees, all bearing; plentifully produced. For literature treat-
2 acres blackberries, 2 acres of black ana ing with this coming ' country. Its soil,
red raspberries, 1 acre strawberries, 1 climate, church and school advantages,
acre grapes, 100 bushes of berries, write
75 bushes of red and white currants, 200 W B LEAHY DEPT K
bushes of asparagus 1 acres in alfalfa. General Passenger Agent.'
1 acre In timothy hay, 8 or 4 acres of ATLANTA GA.
plow land. ' ' ' M i
O'Neil Real Est. & Ins. Agcy. 125T
irnr r n , wb sale-ijo acres irrtgatbd
I Si I i Hurnain St iAnA- tnre mllM frnn town, for $7.soo.
JJJt A a 1 11 A 111 kJl. and will take $4,600 cash and win give 7
Telephones Tyler 1024; Ind., A-8313. years on the balance. For information
write Henry Maples. Richfield, Idaho.
CITY PROPEKTY FOR SALE. . F0If SALE-The best 640-acre Irrigated
1111 ZUL tract In Idaho; owner too feeble; for par-
EIGHTH and Forest Ave., 60x120, across x te W. S. Hodgman, Riverside,
street from. St. Catherine's; beautiful
p. ace. South 2703. . sow.
VACANT-Lot 36th and Spalding. -.rTT i . k.,.
cheaD Douelas 69(6. .. E easiest way to find a buyer for
cneap. xjoukibj . yQaf ftrm u mM
$850 A nice 4-room house with cellar. In the Pes Moines Capital. Largest elr
barn, wagon and tool house. Doug. 6976. culatlon in the state of Iowa, 43.000 daily.
We have cottages and bungalows inaU QlJU
parts of city, prices right and can make fUM to permit ny other paper la their
terms to suit buyers. x homes. Rates, 1 oent word a day; 1U
T 1 O TT 1' Per line per month; count six ordinary
Deuel ql ftankinson j;
201 Paxton Block. Voug. 2OT. .., ACRE3. good uplan(, ,n MlMOur.
, $t25per acrs. P. L. Hayslett, Marshall-
lNOLlVJv Improved Iowa Farm, Price $25 Per
I win sell my beautiful residence at Awe Must Be Sold at Once to
1920 Spencer St. at an extremely low Satisfy Creditors
figure If sold within the next fifteen I offer for quick sale for cash, 330 acres
days. The house was built less than three improved farm In Monona. Ia. Price, $24
years ago by day labor and not contract per acre. Can arrange for loan for one
work. It contains 8 rooms on first and thlrA purchase price. Traders and those
fnTS .fLoor8, allv.'in,f.'Jed, ln olde" oa. without money save stamps,
tiled bath room, beautifully arranged den t t p.- j rp.i.
on third floor, with extra sleeping room. Jame8 Ll. lOWd, irUStee,
This should be seen to be appreciated. 1317 o m e, r,mh vh
Will sell for $1,000 down, balance same 1317 ' a c"T,ana' Neb-
is rent. Address owner, 2412 Manderson 116-ACRE FARM
St.. or telephone Webster 6321. twelve miles of Council Bluffs, one mile
- rr of small railroad town. Nearly all good
loronT I rt in KoncAn land, about one-half In cultivation. Some
V oLalll IwUl 111 JUClloUIl good heavy timber. Six-room house, barn,
, fl-iAA water works, good orchard, etc. $100 per
Beginning' July 15th, will reduce price Council Bluffs. Ia,
on E. lot 10. block 3 on Lucas St., 20-ACRE PLACE,
between Clark and Burnnam, $1 per day near Deaf and Dumb school. Council
until sold. Must be sold by August 1st Bluffs, 34 miles from postofflce. A beau
Phone Webster 3S.jp. tiful located tract commanding extensive
it k n a XTfti cjt no views. All smooth, rich garden soil,
V ACANT SNAPS most of it in bearing fruit; froom house!
.rA a ui t. A great variety of shade and ornamental
MoO-S. V. Cor. 43d and Chicago, 60x128 trees, Including fine specimens of sugar
feet, sewer in, water and gas within maple, larch, Rocky Mountain spruce.
5o feet tc 38 an ',ear8 old- Thla ' naturally
i-rntwiiK tt j-m on6 ' the most beautiful places near
fc50-60xll5 feet, next west of house 4,01 elther clty and properiy handled will be
Davenport St, close to Dundee. profitable. It Is worth the money at
' D. V. SHQLES COMPANY, m-gee real estate cc,
$13 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. D. 49. 106 Pearl St. Council Bluffs.
FARM FOR SALE-$1.000 buys a well
Improved 80-acre farm In Dent county. 120
miles from St. Louis and 2 miles from
railroad station; easy terms, and posses
sion. John M. Stephens, owner, Salem,
Moat sua.
WHY live where climate is so uncertain,
where competition is so keen and markets
so flooded? Deer Lodge valley, Montana,
has an exhilarating mountain climate;
no sweltering winds; balmy days and
cool nights; productive soil and the
lowest priced land In the west; not a
frontier proposition. Bumper crops ot
alfalfa, fruit and grains. Two railways;
good schools, churches and modern
homes: the best markets and a delight
ful place to live. Write for particulars to
Secretary, Commercial club.
RANCHES-$2,0vi0 to $100,000. Send for
list. Shopen & Co.. Ranch Dealers,
Omaha. Neb.
We have for sale over 20.000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields tor 13
years. Including 1S10 and 1S4L average
with the best in the state. Alfalfa. aUo
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot he found Write for full
information. Agents wanted everywhere.
Has for eale 160 acres In Bennett
county, 8. D., 2 ml. Co. seat; running
water on place; all ln oats; Crop goes
with place; all fenced with osage posts
and 4 barb wires; Vi cash. bal. long time.
Thla year's crop will almost pay hi pur
chase price; will take part city property.
And a 1.200-a. ranch; good imp., plenty
hay. For city property.
And 40-a. fine land for city property,
or merchandise.
3 good ranches for city property.
Continental Blk., 15th and Douglas.
Best land ln western Nebraska, good
soil, no better crops, level; Vi section
covered with grama grass, six miles of
R, R., cheaa
220 Board of Trade Bldg.
FOR SALE A section of very fine
prairie land ln western Nebraska: 600
acres under cultivation; $4,600 worth of
other Improvements, consisting of house,
barn, well and other buildings; Vi mile
from station on Burlington R. R. Price,
$60 per acre: H down, balance on terms
to suit purchaser; deferred payments, 6
per cent Interest. Will exchange this
property for South Omaha Union Stock
Yard stock. Address Box 92, Ashland,
FOR SALE-320 acres Seward county
land. Address Box 372. Milford, Neb.
, South Dakota.
HAVING decided to go to Germany to
live, will sell my farm, 160 acres, Im
proved, 7 miles from Pierre, S. D.; one
third crop to purchaser If sold by Sept
1; will show land. Address George Koch,
Dexter, I a.
820 acres. Hand county, S. D., land, all
tillable; 13S acres under cultivation all
fenced, small buildings, good well with
wtndmil; encumbrance $3,300, due 19171 $20
an acre will purchase same and obtain
landlord's share 1912 crop, which is good.
Address C. N. Mcllvalne, Huron, S. D.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Tour consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Lire Stock Commission Merchants
Byers Bic?. & Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROi, 234-38 Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co.. Omaha & Denver.
Clay, Robison & Co., 200 Exchange Bldg.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 822 Exchange Bldg.
Martin Bros, as Co., Exch. Bldg.
TAQG BROS., handle cattlo. hogs, sheep.
lng. Bids will be received by the Com
missioner ot Printing at the office of the
Secretary of Stale at Lincoln, Nebraka,
on or before 12 o'clock Noon, Monday,
July 29, 1912, for printing and binding
the following reports and publications:
1,000 copies Report Commissioner Pybllo
Lands and Buildings.
600 copies Report of the Attorney Gen
eral. 1,000 copies Report of Superintendent of
Public Instruction.
1,000 copies Report ot State Treasurer.
1,000 copies Report of Secretary of State.
1,000 copies Report of Auditor of State.
LOOO copies Report of Bureau of Labor.
500 copies Report of Adjutant General.
500 copies Report of State Librarian.
3,000 copies Report Of State Board of
1,000 copies Report of Food, Dairy. and
Drug Commission.
1,600 copies Report of Department of
500 copies Report of Department of
Banking showing the Condition of Build
ing and Loan Associations.
1.F00 copies Report of State Railway
2,600 copies Insurance Summary.
Also miscellaneous printing and station
ery supplies for, Norfolk Asylum, State
Auditor, Nebraska Industrial Home, Su
preme Court, Deaf- and Dumb Institute,
Historical Society.
Specifications for same can be found
on file In the office of the Secretary of
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
equal In amount to the probable cost of
the work bid upon. The Commissioner
reserves the right to reject any or all
Lincoln, Nebraska, July 17, 1912.
Deputy Commissioner of Printing.
Sealed proposals will he received by the
Board of Education of the city of Dodge,
of the state of Nebraska, up to 3 p. m.
August 5, 1912, for the furnishing of all
materials and labo rnecessary to con
struct a high school building, including
the Installation of ehatlng, plumbing and
ventilating; all in accordance with the
plans and specifications prepared by J.
H. Felt & Co., architects, Kansas City,
Mo. Said plans and specifications are on
file with the Board of Education of the
cltv of Dodsre. state of Nebraska, and
also at the office of the archltcts.
Full instructions to bidders win be
found ln the specifications and all pro
posals must comply with the conditions
Said board and architects reserve the
right to reject any or all proposals.
'St. Loats General Market.
, 8T. LOUIS, July 20.-WHEAT-Cash,
lower; track No. 2 red, new, 8t4c$1.02;
No. 2 hard. 9-ic$1.01.
CORN Lower; track No. 2, 7575V4c;
No. 2 white, 81V4C
OATS Higher; track No. 2. 49c; No.
2 white. 63c.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT Lower; September. 93o;
December, 95c.
CORN Lower; September, 64Vi649sC;
December, 64He.
OATS Higher; September, 3!o; De
cember. Sic.
FLOUR Slow; red winter patents, $5.00
S.40; extra fancy and straight ft.&'gi
4.90: hard winter clears, $3.603.90.
SEED Timothy, $10.0014.00.
BRAN Weak; sacked, east track, $1.06
HAY Firm; timothy, $li.0024.00;
prairie, $11.00015.00.
PROVISIONS-Pork, unchanged; Job
bing, $16.00(8'16.65. Lard. unchanged;
prime steam, $.77Ms7V. Dry salt
meats, unchanged; boxed extra shorts,
$10.624; elear ribs, $10,624; short clear,
$10.87 Bacon, unchanged; boxed extra
shorts, $ll.S2tt; clear ribs, $11.62,; short
clears, $11.8714.
POULTRY Firm : chickens, 13c; spring,
1619c; turkeys, 14530c; ducks, VWUe;
geese, BJf llc.
BUTTER Quiet; creamery, 22(425c.
KGOS Firm, I44c.
, Receipts. Shipments.
Ffcur. bbls 8,100 3,700
Wheat, bu 207,000 u.noo
Corn, bu 49.009 29.000
Oats, bu 9,000 16,000
Wheat Receipts Are Moderate and
Offering's Are light.
Mere Complaints Have Come Ia H.
sardine the Groirtos Crop la
the Western Part of tne
Corn Belt.
OMAHA, July . 1911
The weather is unsettled over part of
the wheat belt again. Receipts are very
moderate and offerings of wheat from
the country are not heavy. Lowering of
the rates from southwest points to the
gulf win make it more difficult for buy
ers east of the Mississippi to buy lerd
winter wheat. The export sales yester
day were of a fair volume, including culte
a little new hard wheat. Liverpool Is
resting easy on account it more favor
able political news abroad. On the breaks
we will run Into export business, which
will tend to make tne market a two
sided affair. Domestic conditions could
not be improved upon and a market of
a trading character Is expected, with a
gradual dragging tendency, barring any
change ln the northwestern conditions.
The cash corn demand was good yes
terday. Salsa were 340,000 bushels, and
prices were steadier with less corn of
fered. More complaints have rome ln
regarding the corn condition ln the west
ern part of the belt, but prtspocts ate
still generally very favorable. The shorts
were the best buyers yesterday. A
steady trading market is looked for. with
a big enough short Interest to prove un
wieldy at times and bring about fair ral
lies. Liquidation has been very severe dur
ing the last week, with a sharp drop ln
prices, especially the near ."uiuim. Trad
ers are inclined to favor the long side
of the December and May options on
weak spots.
Chicago received 116 cars of oats. The
cash is fair but prospects are' good for
a big crop, and with favorable weather
the new crop movement will soon be in
a depressing circumstance..
Clearances were corn, 13.000 bushels;
oats. 21.000 bushels and wheat and flour
equal to 86,00 bushels.
Liverpool closed with wheat Vi to
lower and corn unchanged to H lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,119.00
bushels and shipments of 672,000 bushels
against receipts last year ot 1,438,000 bush
els and shipments ot 433,000 bushels.
Corn receipts were 396,000' bushels and
shipments of 366.000 bushels against re
ceipts last year of 334,000 bushels and
shipments of 490,000 bushels.
Oats receipts were 290,000 bushels and
shipments ot 414,000 bushels against re
ceipts last year of 704,000 bushels and
shipments of 600,000 bushels.
Cash sales were reported as follows.
Corn No. 3 white. 1 car. 74c; No. 2 yel
low: 1 car, 69c. No. 3 yellow: 9 cars, 69o.
No. 4 yellow: 1 ear, 67c; 1 car, 66e. No.
2 mixed: 1 car, 6914c. No. 8 mixed: 1 car,
6Sc; cars, 68H0. No. 4 mixed: 2 cars.
66c. No. 8 yellow and 2 mixed, 1 car, 69o.
No grade: 1 car, 6Sc; 1 car, 61c; 1 car, 60V4c;
1 car, 60c. Wheat No. ! hard winter, new.
3 cars, lc; 3 cars, 90Hc; 8 cars, 90c; J
Cars, 90c, No. 4 hard, new: 1 car, dark,
rye mixed, 84c. Oats-No. 4 white: 1 cars,
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 8&H391c; No. 3
hard. 8890o.
CORN-No. 2 white, 7676'4c; No. 3
white, 7576c: No. 4 white. 72$73He: No.
2 yellow, 68c; No. 3 yellow, 68f9o; No. 4
yellow, 6667c; No. 2, 699c; No. 3, 68H
S4c; No. 4. S5(9C6c; no grade, 6063o.
OATS-No. 2 white, 48f 4SHe; standard,
43(&48yc; No. 3 white, 4243o; No. 4
white. 42H42c.
BARLEY Malting, 6665c; No. 1 feed.
RYE No. 3, 062e; No. 3, 87o.
Carlot Receipts.
Wheat Com. Oats,
Minneapolis .
Winnipeg ....
Kansas City
Peoria .1
Features of the Trading; and Closlngr
Prlcee on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, July .-B!g crop estimates
took the place of the Dardanelles scare
as the chief influence today In fixing
the price of wheat. Accordingly, the
marked closed heavy 14c to lHo unedr last
night Corn finished unchanged to 10
down. Oats varied from c of fto a
.shade advance and provisions were up
2tto to 10c.
Official notice that the closing of the
Dardanelles had been deferred acted as
a bearish lever at the start In the wheat
trade, but was forgotten later when at
tention turned back to the crop outlook
in the United States. A leading expert
Just returned from a tour of the north
west and southwest predicted a total
yield of more than 7O0,CO0,0OO bushels. He
also raised his winter wheat estimate to
about 400,000,000 bushels.
Reduced freight rates effective August
12 from Omaha and Kansas City to the
gulf led to a little rally ln wheat as In
dicating a better chance for export busi
ness. The effect faded, though, after
there came the Information that Kansas
City was expecting receipts of nearly
1,000,000 bushels Monday. Statements
that Nebraska would enter the lists next
week, and had shipments already en
route here pulled the market down hard
ln the final halt hour. During the ses
sion September ranged from 9CSc to 934ic,
with last sales 934c a decline of lVtc
compared with yesterday.
Week-end covering by shorts held corn
comparatively steady until late in the
day, when values sagged on account of
the rains In portions of Nebraska, where
drouth complaints had been heard. Sep
tember fluctuated between 64Hc and 6&Hc,
closing weak, c net lower at 64c. Cash
grades were only in fair demand. No.
2 yellow, 7H471c. Wet weather in
harvest sections helped the price of oats
the greater part of the time. The market
weakened at the end with other grain.
September ranged between 83Hc and 33140.
The close, i3c, represented a loss of
a net
Packers received the credit for the per
sistent buying witnessed in provisions.
The outcome was to raise pork 7Vic to
10c, lard, 6c to 10c, and bacon, 2Vfc&6c.
closing y nutations 011 futures, were:
Article) Open. I High. Low. Close.! Tee'y
JlllV.I 97
36 97 I
Sept. 94 Wl
931 934
Uec.. MV1
9M 96 I
991 1001
May.i wwn
Sept. 65Hto
May. I 67
67 57
Oat-j 1
July. 43f43i4l
421 42
34 34
Sept. 33
17 75
17 86
17 75-77
17 67
17 76
18 07
17 85
18 17
10 62
10 K
10 66
10 67
10 70-72
10 76
10 271
10 20
10 271 10 30
feint. I 10
10 67
10 62 10 62
10 47 10 47
Oct. I 10 62110 62-66
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLQUR-Steady; winter patents, $4.60
4.70; straight. $4.15$4.60; spring patents,
$4.$5SU0; straights, $4.604.86; bakers, $4.25
RYE No. 2. 74c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, new, EO$35c;
fair to choice malting, new, 60376c.
SEEDS Timothy, $6.50i&7.60; clover, $16.00
PROVISIONS Pork, mess, $17,608.17.62.
Lard (in tlrces), $10.66. Short ribs,
(loose), $10.42.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 86,000 bu. Exports for the
week, as shown by Bradstreet'a, were
equal to 1,984,000 bu. Primary receipts
were, 1.119.000 bu., compared with 1.438,000
bu. the corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
126 cars; corn, 12$ cars; oats, 110 cars;
hogs, 82,000 head.
cucago Casn Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, Mc5$l.00; No. $ red, 96Vi98c; No.
3 hard, 9899c; No. 3 hard, 96iS97c; No.
1 northern, $1.06igl.l4; No. 2 northern.
$1.0401.12; No. 3 northern, $1.031.09; No.
2 spring, tl.00tfl.08: No. 3 spring, $1.0O?ji
1.06; No. 4 sprlne, 96cS$i.06; velvet chaff,
U.CO1&I.O8; durum, $1.001.06. Corn: No.
2, 70370ct No. 3 whit. ;677c; No. 2
I 43 42
84 38
35 34
87 $7
17 $6 17 72
17 87 17 80
10 67 10 62
10 75 10 66
10 80 10 70 '
10 62
10 87
I 10 25
10 60 I
10 42-46
yellow. TIVJTIV; No. 3, 69W7c; No 3
white. 76f75V: No. 3 vellew, TOVieUTOHC;
No. 4. ks0i7c; No. 4 white, 72S73c;
No. 4 yellow. a6Bc. Oats: No. 3
white. 52$S3He: No- 8 white, SIM;
No. 4, 486lc; standard, S2$o$c.
RVK-No. 3. 74c.
SEEDS-Timothy, $6.6007.50; clover.
BUTTER No market.
EGGS No market.
CHEESE Steady; daisies. l&H$ttV;
twins. 15ftl6c; young Americas, 14
15Hc; lonf horns, 15&lSe.
POTATOES Firm; receipts. 40 ears;
Illinois and Minnesota. 70T6c; Kansas
and Missouri, 7ic; Tennessee, $0S6c; Vir
ginia, bsrreled, $2.&fi3 70.
POULTRY Alive, easy: turkeys. 13c;
chickens, 13c; springs. l&$23e.
VEAL-Steady. at sffllc.
(notations of tho Day on Varlons
NEW YORK, Julv 20-FLOUR-Qulet:
spring Mtents. $5.25c.4S; winter straights,
$4.6034.76; winter patents, $4.9.36: spring
clears, $4.50(64 80; winter extras. No. 1.
$4.2094.30; winter extra, No. 2, $4.0Of4.W;
Kansas straights. $4 60Kf4.76. Rye flour,
quiet: choice to fancy, $4.TMJ06.
CORNMEAL Easy; fine white and yel
low, tl-TMl.78: coarse, P-ftSffl.TO; kiln
dried. $4.06.
BARLEY Quiet ; malting, 31.12S1.25 c.
I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 3 red.
U.MVSl.OSV elevator, export basis, and
export. $1.0 f. o. b. eflost to arrive;
No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.13 f. 0. h.
afloat. Futures market closed o to lc
lower; July closed $1.06; September,
$1.01; December. $1.03.
CORN-Spot market easy; export, 78e
f. 0, b. afloat
OATS-Spot market, eteady; standard
white, 680 in elevator; No. 2, 68c; No. 3,
87c; No. 4. 67c; white and white clip
ped. 66061c on track.
HAY Easy; prime. $1.35(31.40; No. 1.
tl.8njt-l.38; No. I. $1.1001.20; No, S, 900
HIDES Quiet; Central America, 34c;
Bogota, 24025c.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts. 360
27c; seconds, 2402'jc; thirds, 21022c; re
jects, 15c
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess.
$20.00020.60; family, $20.00021.00; short
clear. $19.25020.75. Beet, quiet; mess,
$15.00015.50; family. $18.OO0l$.5O; beet
hams. $28.00031.00. Cut mJats, quiet;
pickled bellies. (10 to 14 lbs.), $11.00011.76;
pickled hams, $126001300. Lard, firm:
middle west prime, $10.46010.56; refined,
firm; continent, $10.90; South America,
$11.70: compound, $8.60.
BUTTER Easy: receipts, 8.9S9 tubs;
creamery extras, 27(t2o; tints, 260io;
state dairy, finest, 26c; good to prime.
lirittc; roinmon to fair. 22013c.
CHEESE Steady; receipts, 3,213 boxes;
state whole milk, white, specials, low
I5c ; state whole milk, colored, 150
16Vc; oklni. 31tl2a '
EGGS Irregular; receipts, 10,461 cases;
fresh gatnered, extras, 23024o: extra
firsts, 21022c; firsts, 19026c; seconds, 170
18 l-6c: western gathered whites, 19023c.
POULTRY Alive, steady; western
broilers. 22o: fowls. 16c; turkeys, 18u.
Dressed quiet; fresh killed western broil
ers, 24028c; fowls, 15017o; turkeys, 160170.
Corn and Wheat Region Bulletin.
United States Department ot Agricul
ture, weather bureau bulletin for the
twenty-tour hours ending at a. ov. ilia,
meridian time, Saturday. July 30, 1912:
Temp. Raln-
Statlons. High. Low. fall. Sky.
Ashland, Neb.. $8 76 .00 pt. cloudy
Auburn, Neb... 90 0 .00 pt. cloudy
Broken Bow .. $0 2 .01 Cloudy
Columbus, Neb. 8 67 ,(K Pt. cloudy
Culbertson. Nb. 96 69 .00 Cloudy
Falrbury, Neb- 92 68 .09 Clear
Fairmont, Neb. 1 61 .00 Clear
Gr. Island, Nb. 90 68 .00 Cloudy
Hartington, Nb 63 64 1.56 Raining
Hastings, Neb.. 90 61 .09 Cloudy
Holdrege, Neb. 75 68 .00 Pt. cloudy
Lincoln, 'Neb... 92 63 .00 Cloudy
No. Platte. Nb 92 64 .38 Cloudy
Oakdale, Neb.. 80 60 .84 Pt. cloudy
Omaha. Neb.... 84 81 .10 Cloudy
Tekamah, Neb. 80 67 .72 Cloudy
'Valentine, Nb. $4 64 .04 Cloudy
Alta, Ia 67 62 1.82 Itaimng
Carroll, Ia 71 60 . 90 Cloudy
Clarlnda, la.... 88 60 .00
Sibley, In. 67 62 3 04 Cloudy
Sioux City, la. 62 SO 1.58 Raining
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m. Not included
ln averages.
No. Temp. Rain
Central. Stations. High. Low. tall
Columbus, O..... 17 74 68 .00
Louisville, Ky... 21 82 62 .00
Indla'polls, lnd. 10 78 HO .00
Chicago, III 19 72 06 .60
St. Louis, Mo... 18 83 63 .00
Pes Moines. Ia. 21 72 56 1.00
Minneapolis .... 44 6$ .14 .70
Kan. City, Mo.. 23 94 68 .00
Omaha. Neb 17 86 88 .70
Temperatures continue moderate
throughout the corn and wheat region.
Showers were general last night in Ne
braska except ln the extreme southern
portion. .Heavy rains occurred In the
southern portions ot South Dakota and
Minnesota and northeastern Nebraska
and northern Iowa. Rains of one Inch or
more occurred at the following stations:
In Nebraska Hartington, 1.55. Iowa
Alta and Fort Dodge 1.90; Sioux City
and Iowa Falls, 1.60; Waterloo, l.oo. South
Dakota Sioux Falls, 2.10;, Yankton, 1.20.
Minnesota Rochester and Worthington,
1.20; Winnebago, 1.40. Wisconsin-La
Crosse, 1.50. L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
Cash, 01c lower; No. 2 bard. 8939$q;
No. 3, 091c; No. 3 red, 94096c; No. 3.
Wa 94c.
CORN-Unchanged to o higher; No.
2 mixed, 73c; No. 8, 72c; No. 2 white, 81c;
No. 3, 79080c.
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 white, 450
46c; No. 2 mixed. 4O041c.
RYE 61 c.
HAY-Steady; choice timothy, $15,000
16.00; choice prairie, $9.50010.00.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT July, 87c; September, 8754c;
December, 8909Oc.
CORN-Juiy, 72c; September, 630686;
December, 63063e.
OATS-September. 3333c.
BUTTER Creamery, He; firsts, 33c;
seconds, iOc; packing stock, 20c.
EGGS Extras, IUtzc; firsts, 17c; sec
onds, 13c
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 423,000 167,000
Corn, bu 27,000 84,000
Oats, bu 1,000 14,000
Minneapolis Grain Market.
July, $1.04; September, 94c; December,
95c. Cash, No. 1 hard, $1.06; No. 1
northern, $1.04; No. 2 northern, $1.02;
No. 8 wheat. 99c;$l00. .
BARLEY 46046c.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 74c.
OATS-No. 3 white, 44046c.
RYE No. 2, 70c.
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $20.00021.00.
FLOUR First patents. $5.10ffl5.3fi: -.
nd patents, $4.8005.06; first clears, $3.6O0
3. ib; secona cieais, vz.wcfi.m.
I.liWpool Grnin Market.
steady; No. 2 red western winter, 8s 7d;
No. 2 Manitoba, not quoted; No. 3
Manitoba, 7s lid; futures easy; October
7s 2d; December. 7s ld.
CORN-Spot, steady; old American
mixed, 7s; new American kiln dried 6a
10d; futures, easy; July, 4s lld; Sep
tember, 4s 8d.
MIlYrankeo Grnin Market.
northern, $1.1201.13; No. 2 northern, $1.0931
1.11; No. 2 hard winter. 98c1.01; Septem
ber, 93093c; December, 96c.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 710T2c; No. 3
white. 75076c; September, 65c; December.
OATS Standard. 66e.
BARLEY Malting, . 90cfiJ1.00.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, 111.. July 20.-CORN-c
lower; No. 2 yellow. 70c; No. 3 yellow.
69c; No. 4 yellow, 68c; No. 3 mixed,
68; No. 4 mixed, 68c; sample, 65c.
OAT8-0o higher; No. 2 white, 50c;
standard, 49c; No. 3 white, 47c; No. 4
white, 45c.
, Saaur Murv. t,
NEW YORK, July 20 SUGAR Raw,
steady; musoovado, 89 test. 3.48c; cen
...ifncrnl !Xi tnt. 3.fl8c: mnlaAKAa fia
3.23c. Refined, quiet; crushed, 6!s0c; fine
....... itfU. nmA--A r 1- "
granuiiau, w.., iwmiwcu, u.auv.
Wool Ui-kr.
ST. LOUIS, July 20.-WOOL-6teady;
territory and western mediums, 20024c;
fine mediums, 18020c; fine, 13017a
Best Killers Steady, Others lower
for the Week.
Sheep Tweatr-FIro to Fifty Lower
Than Last Week's Close ana
Lambs Tea to Fifteen
Cents Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA. July 20, 1911
ftsWaafnta laa. -kltU Li-tar thLl
Officlai Monday $12 4.0W
Official Tufaday 3,250 13,068 MM
Official U'...J. a feo m 1
Official Thursday 2.613 $.827 7.0J8
Kiiicjai r rmay i,oi9 10,i7 i.aw
Mtimste Saturday ... 108 8,478
Six days this weck..l3.3.10 66,769 34.036
Same days last week. 7.0T6 61.043 27.6S3
same days t wks. ago. 7,s3 61,123 16.777
Same days 3 wks. agtUt 233 78.407 14,694
Same days 4 wks. ago. 9,703 46.SU1 8.64
Same days last year.. 13,628 48.127 30,643
The following table shows the receipt
of cattle, hogs and sheep at south Omaha
tor the year to date as eomparud with
last year: 1913. 1911. li:a. De.
Cattle 4ol.aS 644,406 98,041
Hogs 1000,61$ 1,547,798 463,720
Sheep 8713M 83M93 146,963
The following table shows the unge ot
prices tor hogs at South Omaha tor tot
last few days, with comparisons;
Date. 1913. UU.m0.1909.l.lC7.19W
July 12
7 19
a aii s tli 7 av
Julv U
1 1ft
7 14
30 I 8 21 7 67( I 49
8 74
8 69
July 14. (
8 241 8 M 7 7 6 6 43!
8 87
jury is,
July 16.
July 17.
July 18.
July IS.
July 30.
8 2ti 8 84) 7 83 8 31
uni a a i e
14 6 30, I t
7 $ 341 $ 35 16 1
19 6 36 8 33 T 78
IB ss T Ml I Ml.
! 8 76 60
7 14V
i 6 M ft i -I 01
7 19
$ 341 $ 35 6 401 S 89) 8 63
' IB 74 B n
T 33 t S3) 8 28 1 761 8 83 6 80 6 74
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-tour hours ending at 3 p. m.
Cattle. Hots. H ies.
C, M. & St. P. Ry
Wabash R. R
Missouri Paclfla Ry....
Unlnn Pa4fl O O
V...W. .-"".' ... .......
C, A N. W. Ry., east..
U. . w. ny., west.
C, Ft. P., M. A O. Ry
C., B. & Q. Ry., east....
C.. B. A O. Ry.. west....
0., R I. i P. Ry.. east..
C. R. I. o P. Ry., west..
Illinois Central Ry
Chicago O. W. Ry
Total receipts , 1 121
Omaha Packing Co
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co...., ,
Schwartt-Bolan Co
Schwarttchlld A Suleberfer,. .......
Total 8,164
CATTLE The present week has wit
nessed a very fair run of cattle, receipts
having shown a deolded Increase over
last week, though slightly smaller than
tor the corresponding wek a year ago.
The best grades of com fed cattle have
been extremely scarce throughout the
week, and as there has been a good de
mand they have sold at fully steady
prices every day. Thus the market at
the close of the week en the best eattle
Is fully as high as It was last week, or,
tor that matter, fully as high as tt has
been any time this season, on the other
hand the fair to pretty good curnfed cat
tle and all classes of grass beeves have
had a lower tendency owing to the more
liberal receipts ot thst class, and they are
16ti20c lower than the close of last week.
Strictly good eows and heifers have
been ln very moderate supply, and prices
on such have been well maintained, being
at the present rime Just about as high as
a week ago. Heavier receipts ot fair to
medium grades running Isrtsly to gra
ers have steadily eased offend are 200
25c lower than last week.
The demand for desirable trades of
stockers and feeders showed some im
provement this week, and they firmed up,
being at the close ot the week 15020a
higher than a week ago. On the other
hand Inferior grades, especially toward
the latter part of the week, eased off and
they are st the close of the week a little
lower If anything than last week.
Quotations on cauls: Good to choice
beef steers, $8.5009.60; fair to good beet
steers, $H.uu$'.50; oommon to fair beef
steers, $5.000 8 00: good to choice heifers,
W-2507.60; good to choice cows, $5.6006.36;
fair to good cows, $4.5006.60; common to
fair cows, $2.6004.60: good to eltolce Stock
ers and feeders, $6.0006.60; fair to good
stockers and feeders. $4.6006.00; common
to fair stockers and feeders, $36004.50;
stock cows and heifers, $.2iQ4-7$; veal
calves, $4.5008.00; bulls, stags, eta. $171
HOGS Trade opened this mornlnf with
all kinds of good hogs selling 6o higher
when compared with yesterday's general
market, but In comparison with the hlgn
time yesterday, a good many sales did
not show quite so much advanoe. On
the other hand, salesmen who sold at
the low time yesterday regarded today s
prices for hogs a big nickel higher, Both
packers and shippers bought at the open
ing, picking out as usual all the stuff of
good quality regardless ot weight at
prices as noted above. As has been the
cake for some little time back, the com
mon, light and rough packing hogs were
not much sought after early In the morn
ing, being left to salt at near the close
st prices fully etsauy with yesterday.
Trade was fairly active at the opening,
but after the more urgent orders wero
filled the market showed less activity,
trsde being weak at the close. A chotc
load of light hogs made a top at $7.60.
For the week receipts foot up almost
63,800 head, being slightly isiger than
last week and about 7.600 head more than
foi the eorrespotmlnf time a year ago.
As tor two or thi'e weeks back, good
lights and butrar l.e,' have been In
best demand all week. Prices are fully
I0U'j higher then t! c (Its of last week.
The .top a week ago wts $7.17 as com
pared with $7.69, todays best price.
Representative sales:
No, Ar. Sh. Ft. Kb, a,
8h. fr.
1M Mi
H lei Its I to
47 Ml 446 I h
U ll U I 00
U tftl 1M ? 00
M ao too t as
..tit 40 1 M
.-1S 40 7 IS
IT Ill 200 T 21
Si 114 ... 7 25
M 276 ... IS
71 Ill 100 T 21
71 ttl 10 T 16
St 2M 1M f 25
u ...
hi. ...
t 0
T es
..214 900 T OS
..211 10 7 0
..IM 10 1 07
..til 140 T 10
,.lt ... 1 10
. 271 1M T IS
..21 tO 110
..271 ... 7 10
H 21 SO T I
10 7 21
41 7 21
40 7 17
...III 110 7 17
40 7 10
m 7 10
... 7 10
..131 1(0 7 17
..! MO TIT
..112 ... 110
M 266 120 7 10
...114 200 T 10
19 349 120 7 10
7 10
69. .
60. .
11 .
.127 im 1 IS
40 7 10
40 I M
SO 7 10
..266 ... 7 15
22 10 7 18
..Ml 110 7 IS
..229 10 T 16
..247 ... T IS
..171 ... TU
..247 ISO 7 U
..rr no no
....MO 10 7 10
SI... MS
40 7 10
71 til
7 SO
H 170 120 7 86
71 121 ... TI6
.124 200 7 17
80 7 17H
W 7 17
82 tot 280 7 IS
Tt til 400 7 IS
71 ill ... Ttl
S4 11 130 7 II
70 til ... 7 IS
71 Ill ... TS
TT tit 1M 7 88
100 162 120 7 II
n in
10 7 10
.260 ISO 7 20
.til 40 T JO
.I7t ... tie
.211 10 7 10
.III 40 T 10
.220 40 T to
.141 40 7 10
..III 120 7 IS
3M ... 7 g
Ill ... 7 17
218 10 7 ITH
II 24 100 I 10
II 146 40 T
40 T $7
66 211 100 7 10
40 7 40
80 T 40
40 740
.. T 40
.. T40
SO T 40
72 230 80 7 10
II 841 40 7 20
79 221 240 7 It
19 242 10 T 2H
17 Ml ... T2I
II 186 180 T
80 171 120 T II
71 244 ... Til
47 242 180 T 21
86 227 120 T K
78 240 110 7 18
It 2l ... Ttl
181 120 T 40
.101 ISO T 40
.111 40 7 40
40 7 40
.. T 4S
80 T 46
.. Tie
II 211 180 T 36
SHEEP No sheep or lsmbs arrived on
the market this morning and values re
main unchanged from yeeterday.
Trading In sheep this week was gener
ally slow, showing declines In prices al
most every day. Values at the close were
fully 260400 lower on ewes and wethers
and around 60o on yearlings, when com
pared with prices at the end of the previ
ous week. On Thursday's market some
good Nevada wethers sold at $4.65. while
a bunch of ewes brought $4.00. The last
yearlings on sale changed hands at $4.86.
There continues to be a good demand for
desirable killers, but the liberal receipts
or late and the weak condition of the
eastern mutton trade has had a bearish
Influence on buyers, causing a slump In
values as noted shove. It might also bo
mentioned here that the call for yearlings
nas not been very big. and on this ac
count they have sold at a alight disad
vantage when compared with other kinds
ot tat sheep. Wethers and ewes mode
up the bulk of the total supply and
showed a little more weight than usual.
Tne supply of lambs was proportion
ately small, and outside of a few strings
from Idaho and Oregon, very little stocS
was on sale. This shortage has helped
to some extent to hold up prices for
ism&s, as they showed the least decline.
Prices at the close of the week wero
only 100150 lower on good lambs and a
nttie mors than this on the common to
medium grades. Demand for anything;
showing quality remains good, the com
moner stuff not being particularly sought
after. Best lambs on Friday's market
brought $7.10, the same as Tuesday, the
high time of the week.
Feeder end of the trade has shown no
Important changes, except possibly ss to
volume, the output exceeding last week's,
by about 2,400 head. Steady prices wera
paid for most of the purchases, highest
price being $3.20.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs--
Lambs: Oood to choice, $6.8507.16; fair to
good. $6.0006.85; feeders, $4.7506.25. Year
lings: Good to choice light. $4.7605.16; good
to choice heavy, $4.6004.80; feeders, $3. 70
4.25. Wethers: Oood to choice, 4.'ivg4.t;
fair to good. $3.7504.25; feeders, $3.5003.75.
Ewes: oooa to choice. S3.76gr4.oo: fair to
good, $3.3603.60; feeders, $2.0003.00.
Representative sales:
Demand for Cattle Doll Hogs
Active Sheep Steady.
ceipts, 200 heed; market dull and un
changed; beeves, $3.6009.45; Texss steers,
$4-9007.00: western steers, $5.8007.80; stock
ers and feeders, $3.8606.60; cows snd heif
ers. 32.6007.60; calves. $6.6008.50.
HOGS Receipts, 8,000 head; market ac
tive and generally (o up; light, $".4O0
7.M; mixed, $7.8607.90; heavy, $7.1607.90;
rough, $7.1607.86; pigs. $6.8007.66; bulk of
sales, $7.5507.85.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.009
hoed; market stesdy; native, $3.2005.25;
western, $8.4008.10; yearlings, $4.150886;
lambs, native, $42307.40; western, $4.23
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
Rtoelpts, 800 head; including 400 south
erns; market steady; native steers, $6,609
$.$0; southsrn steers. $4.2604.76; southern
oows and heifers, $3.2506.26; native cows)
and heifers, $3.2&0t76; stockers and feed"
erna. $4.JS07.OO; bulls, $3.7505.60; calves,
$4,601 8.60; western steers. $5.2538.60
western - eows, $3.3506.00.
HOOS-fteceipts, 3,000 htad; market So
higher; bulk ot sales, $7.3607.60; heavy,
$7.3007.46; packers and butchers, $7.269
7.60; lights, $7.4007.66; pigs. $5.5006.73.
8HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market steady; muttons, $3.6008.00; lambs,
SB.50fft7.00; range wethers and yearling.
$3.5005.00; range ewes, $2.5004.25.
St. Lonls Llvo Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 30. CATTLE Receipts,
300 head, including- 30O Teminii- num
steady; native beef kteers. $4.7609.50; cows
ana neiters. w.w&s.so; stockers and feed
ers, $3.6006.76; Texas and Indian steers,
$4.6008.00; cows and heifers, $3.5007.70;
calves In csrload lots. $6.6004.00.
HOOS-Rocelpu, 1,600 head; market
steady; pigs and lights. $6.2637.96: mixed
and butchers, $7.7007.95; good heavy, $7.70
No sheep market.
St. Joseph Llvo Stock Market.
nalots. lml h.l' market mtAv
$8.5008.30: cows and heifers, $3.0009.00;
calves, $4.0008.00.
HOQS-Recelpts, 8,500 head; market
strong to 6o higher; top, $7.60; bulk ot
sales, $7.3607.66.
SHEUP AND LAMBS Receipts, 300
head; market steady; lambs, $6.5007.35.
Stock tn Klaht.
Receipts of live stock at the five Prtn-.
Clpal western markets yesterday; '
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha loo 8,&oo
St. Joseph 100 3,600 300
Kansas City 600 3,000
St. Louis SOO 1,600
Chicago ,. 200 9,000
....1,300 26,600
BUTTER No. 1, l-lb. cartons, 27c; No.
1, In eo-lb. tubs, 27c; No. 2, 25c; pack
ing, 25c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, S3c; Ameri
can Swiss, 26o; block Swiss, 24c; twins.
175; daisies, 18c; triplets, 18c; Toung:
Americas, 19c; blue label brick, 18c;
llmberger, 2-lb., 20c; Mb., 22c.
POULTRY Broilers, 36040c per lb.,
hens, 16c; cocks, 15 10c; ducks, 18c; geese,
15c; turkeys, 23c; pigeons, per dds, $1.50.
Alive: Hens, 10011c; old roosters, 5c;
stags, 6c; old ducks, full feathered, 9c;
geese, full feathered. 6c; turkeys, 12c;
pigeons, per doz., 90c;. homers, $2.60; f
squsbs, No. 1, $1.50; No. 2. 50c.
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1, 21c; No.. 2,'
16c; No. 3, 12c. Loins: No. 1, 23c;
No. 2, 18c; No. 3, 14c. Chucks: No. I,
10c; No. 2, 8c; No. 3, 6c. Rounds: No. 1,
14c; No. 2, 12-c; No. 8, 11c. Plates: No. i,
He; No. 2, 6c; No. 3, 6c.
FISH (freshl-Plckerel. 9c; white, 13c;
Slke, 15c; trout, 14c; large crappies, 120
ic; Spanish mackerel, 19c; eel, 19c; had
docks, 16c; flounders, 13c; green cattish,
l&c; rose shad, 86c each; shad roe, per
pair, 45c; salmon, 10c; halibut, 8c; yellow
perch, 8c: buffalo. Sc; bullheads, 8c.
FRUITS. ETC. Bananas, fancy se
lect, per bunch, $2.2502.50; Jumbo, per
bunch, 82.7603.76. Dates, Anchor brand,
new, 30 l-lb. pkgs. in box, per box, $2.25;
Dromedary brsnd, new, 30 l-lb. pkgs. in
box, per box, $3.00. Figs, California, per
ease of 13 No. 12 pkgs.. 85c; per case of
38 No. 13 pkgs., $2.00; per case ot 60 No.
$ Pkgs., $2.00; bulk, in 26 and 60-lb. boxes,
per lb., 10c; new Turkish, 6-crown, In
W-lb. boxes, per lb., 15c; 6-crown ln 20-lb.
boxes, psr lb., 16e; 7-crown in 30-lb. boxes,
per lb., 17c. Lemons, Llmonlera, selected
brand, extra fancy, 00-360 sizes, per box,
$7.00; Lom Llmonelia, fancy, 300-360 sizes,
per box. $6.00; 240-420 sizes. 50c per box
lets; California, choice, 300-360 sizes, per
bos, $3.60. Oranges, California Half
Moon sweets, extra fancy, 96-120 sizes,
psr box, $3.25; extra choice, all sizes, per
box, $3.00; Valencia oranges, all sizes,
$4.00. Pineapples, 30-42-48 sizes, per
crate, $3.00. California peaches, 76c; Cali
fornia apricots, $1.35; California cherries
$1.26; home grown cherries, per crate of
24 qts-, $2.23;. home grown gooseberries,
per crate of 24 qts., $2.25. Wax beans,
per basket, 75c; green beans, per basket,
75c. California cantaloupes, 46 size, $3.00.
Watermelons, per lb., 2c. Texas peaches,
4 baskets, 70c.
VEGETABLES Cabbage, home grown,
lb., 2c. Celery, Michigan, per dos 36c
Cucumbers, hot house, per box, 60c Egg:
plant, fancy Florida, per dos., $2.00.
Garlic, extra fancy, white, per dos, 16c
Lettuce, extra fancy, leaf, per dos., 26c
Onions, white, ln crate, $1.00; yellow, per
crate, $1.10. Parsley, fancy southern, per
doz. bunches, 675c. Potatoes, Texas,
new, per bu.. $1.00. Tomatoes, Texas,
per 4-basket carrier,- 85c.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. July 20.-COTTON-FU-tures
closed steady; July, 12.16c; Adjust,
13.16c; September, 13.36c; October, l236c;
November, 12.37c; December, 12.39c; Jan
uary, 13. 38c; February, 12.40c; March.
10 jam. W a . 14 r.. aiuil Mnattit nlltt mlH.
.ww. " .. .- I
dllng uplands, 12.89c; middling gulf, 13 .06c;
no sales.
quiet: prices 6 points lower; American
middling fair, 7.95d; good middling. 7.6od;
middling, 7.1d; low middling. 6.95d; good
ordinary. Had; ordinary. 6.99. The sales
Of the day were 8,000 bales.
Coffee Market.
Futures market closed steady al a net
advance of 4 to points. Sales, 16.5u0
bags. July, 13.?As: August. 3.05c; Sep
tember, 13.13c; October. .13.20?; November.
1327c; December, 18.34c; J&ntury, 13,380;
February, 13.34c: March, 13.4; April.
13.46c; May and June, 18.48c. Spot market
quiet; Rio No. 7. 14c; Santos No. 4, It.
Mild, quiet; Cordova, 160180, nominal.
Metal Market.
kets generally dull and nominal. Lake
copper. $17.26017.60; electrolytic. $17.Ujii
17.a; casting, $16.87017.00. . Iron. No. t
foundry, $1600018.60; No. 2 northern
foundry, $15.60616.00; southern grades un
changed. ST. LOUI8. July 30. METALS Lead
weak. $4.: spelter strong, $7.20. s-

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