THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912,
M A SS! A dV treatments. Fifteen years
Jiiawnuij experience. Twelve years
In Omaha. $2.00 hotels and residences,
tl.00 at the )ffice. Call D. !x3. Res. D 3427.
WANTED The address, or Charles Mc
Coy and Wheeler McClure, who were em
ployed by J. J. Hurt. 52d and L Sts,
South Omaha. Neb., in October, 1907. G
EMBROIDERY lessons given at 3925
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association Building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places, or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers' aid at the IJnlon station.
MASSAGE, scalp treatment, chiropody.
Phone Douglas 4492. 707 S. 16th St. Mrs.
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodse.
Allen of Chicago, 109 S. 17th. 1st fl. D. 7666k
MAGNETIC healing, over 710 & 16th.
POCLTItl AXl) PET STOCK
SMALL squab plant, fully equipped
with 41 pairs of Plymouth Homers, house
and all, easy loaded on wheels, for sale
or trade. Tel. Web, 1148.
Screenings, $1.50 per 100. Wagner, 801 N. 16
BOSTON terrier pups, screw tail; Bire
my champion Tom Cribb. Call Douglas
3856. 2020 Farnam.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY to loan on real estate. At
tractive terms. C. L. Baldwin & Co., 510
First National Bank Bldg. i
FARM LOANS near Omaha; no com
mission: optional payments: cheaD money.
Orin S. Merrill Co., 1213 City Nat. Bk. Bid.
nan t, imam mm; nmn,n,v w n
Wead, Wead Bldg.. ISth and Farnam.
GAB V IN BROS Loa"s- fc00 ttlld
LOANS on farms and improved cltJ
property, 6 pet to 6 pet.; no delay. J. H.
Dumont & Son, 1603 Farnam St. Omaha.
CITY LOANS. Bemis-Carlbsig
., aiu-siz branueis x. eater atan,
CITV PUOPERTY FOR 8 U.K.
TO BUY. SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM ST.
BUY a home, $100 down. Shopen & Co.
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 1ST, 1912,
THE RATE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS
IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BK
I CENTS A UNE EACH INSERTION.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
My hofne has reception hall, parlor,
dining room, ktehen, four bedrooms and
bath; first floor finished in oak. Built-in
book case, fire place; second floor in
birch, full cemented basement floored
attic, rooms all decorated, screens and
storm windows, cemented walks, 60 ft.
lot. This is worth H500, but will take
$4,000 on easy term if sold before October
1. Located two blocks from Dundee car.
Owner, Harney 4745.
7-room, all modern house. In tip-top
condition, $3,000 on easy terms; $500.00
cash and $30 per month. This is a fine
home, located at 3520 North 28th St.
ROWE REALTY COMPANY,
1623 Farnam St.,. Room 3.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Movebent of Wheat This Month Has
Been on an Enormous Scale.
WEATHER CONDITIONS NOT BAD
Action of the Ball Leader Who
Forced the Advance In Corn
Prices Will Be Watched
for Some Time.
NEW 5-room modern cottage, oak fin
ish, with built-in bookcases, large attic,
full cemented basement, near car lino,
school and church. Price $3,000; $500 cash,
balance monthly. 3330 Fowler Ave.
A DECIDED BARGAIN.
Six-room house, 6 beautiful lots, on
paved street; shade and fruit trees,
chicken houses and other Improvements,
$2,400. Address C 770, Bee.
SOUTH OMAHA BARGAIN.
Five-room cottage in South Omaha;
electric lighted, water In kitchen; $1,160.
$100.00 cash and $16.00 per month buys
this nice little home.. Located 666 south
17th St., South Omaha.
ROWE REALTY COMPANY",
1623 Farnam St., Room 3.
REDUCED to $15,000; no commission,
for almost new four-family brick flats;
well built; kept in best condition; east
front on 26th Ave., near Dewey; safe 11
per cent investment; no trades. Phone
owner. Harney 3196.
LARGE loans uui- specialty. Stull Bros.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha Natl. Doug. 2152.
MONEY to loan on business or rel
dence properties, $1,000 to $i0,W. W. it
THOMAS, 603 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans and Warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Finam at.
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE 75-barrel grist mill
and large brick residence, both at Ash
land, Neb.; will trade them together or
singly; stock of merchandise or Lincoln
property preferred. Purchaser will have
to furnish power for mill, otherwise it Is
in good running order. J. H. Snell, Lin
coln. House phone 6379; office phone B-3675.
LIST your exchanges with me. Rosen
blum the "trader man." Doug. 7498.
640-acre place, Logan county, Nebraska,
store building, $2,000' stock, two houses,
other Improvements; big snap; $8,000, good
terms; can use Omaha residence, $4,000.
160-acre choice improved Sarpy county,
Nebraska, farm, near town, $17,600. Good
terms or take Omaha residence to $5,000.
560-acre improved choice Holt county,
Nebraska, $22,400; want smaller farm.
160-acre Johnson county, Nebraska, farm
well located. Snap, $13,500, good terms.
For many other choice bargains, farms,
ranches or merchandise, see John L,
Maurer,, Continental Bldg. Omaha.
FOR EXCHANGE $5,500 stock dry
goods, notions and variety. Brick build
ing. Optional lease, good town, rich
country. Want real estate. Box 683, West
FOR SALE A No. 1 drug store in east
ern Nebraska doing good business. Will
invoice about $4,000. Only drug store in
town. Will sell on easy terms or will
trade for good land and hay cash dif
ference. Reason, other business. Address
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Rooming house, West Farnam Street.
840 acres In Brown Co. Improved ranch,
only 8 miles from depot $10 per acre.
4-room house and ft acres ground In
New, heavy single harness.
Two apartment houses rented $50 per
month. Price $7,500.
SOUTHERN LAND CO.,
424 Brandels Building.
WANTED TO RENT.
BOARD AND TWO ROOMS.
by lady and daughter, 7 years old; must
be modern, Al board, good district.
Strictly private family; no boarding
Willing to pay well for right place.
References exchanged. Address, L 770,
WANTED TO RENT A good farm of
80 to 160 acres in eastern Nebraska or
western Iowa, by a good farmer, with
best of references; will pay good rent
for good place. Chas. A. McGee, Emer
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED To borrow $3,000 on new
brick house at 6 per cent net. Tel H. 235a
FOR RENT 7-room cottage, 721 8. 18th
St., $25. Tel Harney 2359.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Household gds, clothes Ik shoes. Doug. 3971
WANTED To buy a 7 or 8-room (house,
to be moved on a lot; one within 15 blks.
of 24th and Franklin Sts. preferred. Ad
dress O 773, care of The Bee.
DOLGOFF 2d-hd. store pays biggest
prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. W. 1607
WANTED-Standard typewriter or
phonograph, Edison or Victor Victrola,
nearly new. Address Y 176, Bee.
ROSENBLUM. the "'Trader Man," buys
and sella anything. Douglas 7498.
WANTED to buy, two good meat blocks.
Marble Blabs. Address J-778, Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
TO sell your property list it with the
O'NEIL R. E. & INS. AGENCY.
Tyler 1024. 1505 Farnam St
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
BUILT FOR HOME.
New 7-room house with sleeping porch
at 3014 Webster; hardwood finish through
out except kitchen; full basement and
attic; first floor finished in mahogany,
second floor in white enamel. Call for
key second door east. Phone Harney 3127.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
Two lots at 41st Ave. near Ames, two
blocks from street car. line, $125" each.
One lot, 47th and Cass St, adjoining
Dundee, $500. Inquire at 1208 Jones St
A REAL BARGAIN
$23 per front foot, 42x100, east front;
specials all paid. About tt block south of
Bristol St Tel. W. 3358.
Choice of Two
7-room all modern house, oak finish;
large corner lot; 55x140; paved street
plenty of shade and shrubbery; room for
double flats. This is a bargain. Offer
twnw. 2408 N. ISth.
60 foot lot well located
Large shade trees. Splendid neighbor
hood. Easy walking distance. Near High
schocl and Creighton college. Will take
ood farm mortgage as part or all pay
ment. Address owner, post office box
7 CENTS PER LINE WILL BE THE
RATE CHARGED ON AND AFTER OC
TOBER 1 FOR ADVERTISEMENTS
RUN UNDER THE CLASSIFICATION,
"FOR" SALE REAL ESTATE."
A large 8-room, modern house; full ce
mented cellar; stairs to attic; In fine
neighborhood. If you want something
neat at the right price, come to 2333 S. 33d
St., or cail Web. isuub. upen today from
2 till 5 o'clock.
A BARGAIN Lot 50x130 feet, on paved
street, all specials paid, 22d and I Sts.,
South Omaha, $800. Easy terms. R. J.
Watts, 323 N. 37th St., Omaha.
Best and cheapest suburban acre prop
erty near city. Fine country home sites
and garden tracts convenient to car. Sur
veyed, platted and staked in lots of
acre to 3 acres and priced from $135
per acre up. Come early and get your
choice of a lot in this beautiful addi
tion. Call for plat and descriptive
literature. C. R. Combs, 809 to 815 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. Phones Doug. 3916,
NORTHEAST corner 24th and Evans
Sts. Lot 74V4x80 ft. Excellent location;
good shade and car service. House 7
rooms, modern, in good condition. Price,
$3,000. Inquire owner, 25a Evans St.
Phone Webster 4830.
IF you want an acre adjoining the
city, call Harney 6078. -
FARNAM STREET VACANT
66 feet by 132, south side of Farnam
west of 2Sth street. Will lease or build to
suit tenant. S. S. Curtis, 1808 Harney St.
On Manderson, near 24th, fine south
front lot, 6-room, all modern cottage;
will take a little cash to handle this at
the price, $2,500, which is certainly a snap.
BEMIS-CARLBERG CO., ,
310-312 Brandeis Theater.
8-room house, all modern, full base
ment, hot and cold water through house,
large lot, paved street, beat location, rea
son for selling, two In family. Price $3,700.
Owner anxious to sell. No trouble to
Large lot, 66x150, paved street, all paid,'
house modern except heat, good shape,
room on lot for another house. Price only
$150 cast, balance to suit purchaser;
cottage, 6 rooms, city water, sewer and
gas, paved street, paid; house In good
shape. Price $1,550.
BLRKETT & TEBBENS,
423 Bee Bldg. Douglas 4754.
OMAHA. Sept. 23. 1912.
The movement of wheat so far this
month has been on an enormous scale
and, taken in connection with corn and
oats, the last few weeks run breaks all
previous records. That there has not been
more accumulation as a result of this
run was due to the fact that stocks of
all grain were greatly depleted following
the. harvest period. The wheat market
has now reached a point where a con
tinuation of this heavy marketing must
result in Important accumulation. The
trade Is at a point where Canada and
Russia will compete and undersell in sup
plying Eucope. Russia shipped 4,500,000
bushels the lust week. Reports indicate
additional rains iu portions of Minne
sota. The firmness in the northwest mar
kets at the close last week was the
chief supporting influence. Cash wheat
So far as early messages indicate, there
has been no serious frost in any part of
the corn belt, with possibly a little In
jury in South Dakota last week. The
weather map is mostly fine today. The
action .of the bull leaders who forced the
advance In prices last week will be
watched closely for some time. The
temper of the trade and the public will
no doubt be conservatively bearish if the
country has fine weather this week.
Traders still suggest limiting short sales
to May contracts and they believe De
cember will show quick rallies from all
depressions until there is less difference
between prices of old and new corn.
There is nothing at present to encourage
selling in the current month..
Cash corn, unchanged to He lower.
Grain men report that the oats market
has a decidedly oversold appearance for
all deliveries. The marketing is very
FARM A RAXt'H I.AXDS FOR SALE
280 acres hlgnly improved, good- build
ings; two miles from good town; heavy
black soil, clay subsoil, no stone, nice and
level. A first-class farm. Price $47 per
acre, aiust oe soia.
FELLAND REALTY CO.,
530 Palace Bldg. Minneapolis, Minn.
heavy and elevator men look for a car
shortage within a few weeks. Cash oats
Primary corn receipts were 21.000 bush
els, oats, 68,000 bushels and wheat and
(lour equal to 474.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed WMid higher on wheat
and Vitfkd lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were S.103,000
bushels and shipments were 1.006.000 bush
els. against receipts last year of 1,788.000
bushels and shipments of 973,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 825,000 bush
els and shipments were 4O8.0UO bushels.
against receipts last year of 653.000 bush
els and shipments of S."2,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 1.331,000
bushels and shipments were 824,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 686,000
pusneis ana snipments or mo.uw bushels.
The following cash sales were reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 4 cars, 86c; 1
car, S5e. No. 3 hard winter: 1 car, 86c;
4 cars, 85V: 1 car, 8S,c: 7 cars, 86c. No.
4 hard winter: 2 cars, &44e; 1 car, 83V.
Corn No. 2 white: 2 cars, 70c. No. 4
white: 1 car, 67c. No. 2 yellow: 4 cars,
Vic; 1 car. 66ic. No. t yellow: 1 car, 67c;
1 car. 66V; 8 cars, 66V; 1 carf tVJc. No.
4 yellow: 1 car, 65c. No. J mixed: 6 cars.
66c. No. 4 mixed: 2 cars, 64V; 3 cars, 64c.
Oats-No. 2 white: 1 car, 32c. Standard: 2
cars, S2c; 1 car, 31c. No. 3 white: 2 cars,
31o; 6 cars, 31V: 5 oars, S1V. No. 4
white, 1 car, 31V; 2 cars, 31c; 1 car, 30V
Omaha Cash frier.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 86l4Srs7c; No. 3
nard, Mystic; No. 4 hard, SKBc.
CORN-No. 2 white. 70c: No. 3 white
6VJW0e; No. 4 white, 6667c; No. 2
yellow, tM46V: No. 3 yellow, (Wwp'iscc;
No. 4 yellow, 64Mi65c; No. 2, 6666V;
No. 3, 6f)4iHi6c; No. 4. 64&XHV.
OATS-No. 2 winter, 82c; standard. 31
r; no. 3 white, 3li&31V; No. 4 white,
BARLEY Malting. 6065c; No. 1 feed,
RYE No. 2, 6465c; No. 3, 6364c.
Wheat Corn. Oats
Chicago 188 260 235
Omaha 77 41 70
Kansas City 4 SO 19
St. Louis 147 78 79
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
TJVpp "Facts Worth Knowing."
ntc The Story of the Ozarks.
An interesting history of America
Switzerland, the richest dairy country
known, where from $5.00 to $26.00 per acre
can secure land on which you can be In
dependent. We also have the greatest
State Poultry institution in the world.
J, A. Wheeler, Mountain Grove, Mo.
$2 DOWN AND $2 PER MONTH
Will buy 10-acre truit and poultry farm
near town, Reynolds Co., Mo.; title per
fect; price $100. Harry McGuire, Cen
AM going to Germany and will sell
my 80-acre farm; good, Improved; with
nice grove, adjoining Gothenburg, Neb.;
fine town, with German Lutheran, Eng
lish churches and liigh school; on the U.
P. railroad; all level land; best deep
black alfalfa soil; cheap at $126 per acre.
Want offer; easy terms; encumbrance,
$5,000. Write soon for description or
come and see the farm. This farm is
leased to March 1, 1913. Address Box 144,
SEE the display of products raised in
Dawes countv on our 110. 115 and 120 land
In my branch office at the corner of 15th
and Dodge Sts. M. O. Seybold, who is
in charge of the office will be glad to
show you the display and will be glad
to answer all questions regarding Dawes
County, "The Land of Independence
Quit paying high rent; quit that dally
grind in the factory or at your trade and
come to Dawes County, buy a home of
your own and be Independent. Don't
work for others all your life. One crop
or riax in any average year win pay roi
your land. Then every year after that
you lay aside a nice bank account
Arah L. Hungerford, Crawford, Neb.,
Omaha office (Ground floor McCague
Bldg.), loth and Dodge sts.
Good 7-Room Home for only
An extra well built house, with 4 rooms
down and 3 rooms upstairs; open plumb
ing: nicely located on east front lot, 3ftx
120, at 1820 N. 25th St., near Parker St.,
on paved street, with paving paid. Non
W. IL Gates,
644 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
'Phone D. 1294. Webster 2688.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
flea In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
FARM & RANCH LAiNDS FOR SALE
ARKANSAS LANDS-Bargains In
fruit and stock farms; no trades consid
ered. F. E. Jones, Mammoth Springs,
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA.
Traversed by the
Lands' adapted to the widest range of
croD. All the money crops of the sou to
plentifully produced. For literature treat.
ing wita mis coming country, its sou,
climate, church and school advantages
W. B. LEAHY, DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your (arm is to Insert a small want ad
in the Dee Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 43,uu0 dally
The Capital ia read by and believed In by
the standpatters of lows, who simply re
fuse to permit any otner paper in their
homes. Hates, 1 cent a word a day; 11.4
per line per month; count six eu-dinaiy
words to the line. Address Des Moin
Capital. De Moines, la.
33 ACRES. 24 miles from postofflce,
main road; 7-room house, shed barn;
well, spring and timber. Cheap for cash,
terms if wanted. W. F. Patton, It V. D.
No. 6, Council Bluffs.
rnn CAT V OT, o o r F innla, k A
. K' . Ulvmnnth Uahn Thl.
,1 UI1GO Ok ...... . ' .' ..... ...i., j u . u . a u,w
year's apple crop estimated at 3.000 boxes
goes wim lanu. ainu.ii payment uewu,
long time on balance. W. E. Bell, Em
Wrfte for our Minnesota booklet "C;"
DAY & NIGHT REALTY CO..
103 Bankers Life Bldg.,
i .incrtln. N 'b
S-KOO.M. modern bungalow; hot water
heat; east front,- large lot; all improve
ments in; near school, owner, H 748, Bee.
The rush is on for Clay county: 20.000
acres of first-class farm land to select
from. Black soil, clay subsoil. Bumper
crops. $30 to $50 per acre. Send for list
FELLA ND REALTY CO..
530 Palace Bldg. 'Minneapolis, Minn, i
686 ACRE farm for sale in Knox Co.,
Neb. Owner of said farm operating It
himself, but living in Iowa, therefore
desires to sell said farm. Can bo sold
as one or can be divided in two good
farms, one consisting oi Mb acres, lbu acres
in cultivation, balance in pasture, all
well fenced and an abundance of water
the year round; balance of 360 acres, good
set of improvements, splendid feed lota,
140 acres in cultivation, 30 acres of tame
grass, balance in pasture and hay land,
will all grow altalta; all well fenced an
abundance of running water the year
round. Purchaser can buy 150 head of
high grade cattle, the same amount of
hogs, complete set of horses and Imple
ments if they so desire, or can buy the
place without. Will carry $20,000 on land
at the rate pt 6 per cent for five or ten
years. ThliJ place Is considered to be
the best farm of its size In that country.
For further information apply to owner,
Boren Olesen, Route 3. Walnut Ia.
40-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND, $2o TO $3
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for 12
years, including 1910 and 1911 average
with the best in the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
ciiinale cannot be found. Write for fuil
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUNDiNGSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
146 acres in Burt county, Nebraska; well
Improved; possession March 1; price $116
80 acres in Burt county, Nebraska, Im
proved; price $SK) per acre; possession
March L 1913.
80 acres improved, in Thurston county,
Nebraska, $85 an acre; rented for 1913;
rent goes with deal. Box 445, Lyons, Neb.
400 acres Cherry County, Nebraska.
Good title. Price, $1,200. .Cheap land in
W. S. FRANK.
1025 City National, Omaha, Neb
FOR SALE Eighty acres Joining city of
Gregory; 65 acres broke, with growing
crop; high school building two blocka
from this land; this land grows fine al
falfa; am moving away to take charp.o
of an institute and will offer this at a
bargain. Dr. E. T. Spencer. Gregory, 8. D.
FOlt fc ALE 160 aores goo& tarm land:
M acres broke, balance all tillable; f
miles from Dallas and 6 miles from
Colome. Price. $40 per acre, pt.aU
$1,600 cash. $2,606 March L 1813; U.
March 1. 1917. Address Box 186, DaiiaJ,
In southern South Dakota in the rain
and corn belt. Land open Oct. 1st. Let
us tell you how to secure one. Shulei
& Carey, 1119-22 City Nat. Bank Bldg.,
A CHOICE quarter section, two and
one-half miles from county seat; lays
level, is good soil and has large grove;
ninety acres in cultivation. This culti
vated land Is all sown to winter wheat
and will let the crop go with the place if
sold within the next thirty days. Price.
$55.00 per acre; easy terms. F. J. DIshner,
FOUR homestead relinquishments: 2,560
acres In one body;. 3-set Improvements;
just right for cattle or horse ranch; 18
miles from railroad. Price $2,500. Other
relinquishments, deeded land and school
lands. Loup Land Co., Seneca, Neb.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live tock to South Omaha. Save
nileage and shrinkage- Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atuo
I. Ire Stock rommlaaioa Merefeaats.
BYERS BROS, fit CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. c Sli Exchange Bin.
hny.ier-M.'iione-Coffman 'o.. 16! Kx. KM.
LAVERTY BROS.. 13X CxCiiang Bldg.
Martin Bros. & Co., Exchange Bldg.
Features of the Trading and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Sept. 23,-Increaslng stocks
of wheat proved too much of a burden
today for prices. The market closed weak,
a shade to V net lower.
Traders took due notice of the fact that
within the last few days nearly 1,000,000
bu. had been added to the amount of
wheat In store In Chicago. In this con
nection attention was also given to the
b.g increase in the United Status visible
supply total, 3,643,000 bu., as against 74,000
bu. decrease for the corresponding time
a year ago. World shipments, too, were as
large as expected, and receipts north
west of here continued far In excess of
the figures twelve months back.
Forecasts of rain, snow and cold in the
spring crop belt afforded ammunition to
combat the wheat bears, but selling pres
sure became pronounced as the session
neared an end. December closed at 91V.
a net loss of a shade.
Corn prices took to the down grade as
a result chiefly of the fine weather for
maturing the crop. December closed
steady o net lower at 63&53V. No. 2
yellow, 734734c. Although covering by
September shorts gave steadiness early
to oats, the market later succumbed to the
bearish influence of other grain. De
cember closed at 329832c, showing a
net decline of 4V.
Provisions suffered from miscellaneous
selling. In the end pork was less expen
sive by 5&7V to SOc, lard 7V off to 2V
up and ribs unchanged to a decline of 6c.
The leading luiuits cioaeu as follows:
i ticlel Opn, High. Low. Close. Yes'y.
Wheatl I I
Sept. 90Vi 91 1
32 WW 32
Cash quotations were as follows:
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter patents, 14.154?
6.00; winter Btralghts, $4.00(j;4.60; spring
patents, $4.16g.70; spring straights, $4.00
4.16; bakers $3.7003.90.
RYE No. 2,- 7071c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 46C2c; fair
to choice malting,, 6972c.
SEEDS Timothy. $3.50(03.80. Clover,
PROVISIONS Mess pork, $16.6016.75.
Lard ' (in tierces), $11.07. Short ribs
Total clearances of wheat and flour
..,,.1 ar. tttfl Vin TVtmArv rerelnts.
WQIQ Cuni KM iwiwv - ' .... j '
were 3.103,000 bu., compared with 1,188,000
bu. the corresponaing aay a year ugu.
The visible supply in the United States
Increased 3,453,000 bu. for the week. The
amount of breadstuff on ocean passage
Increased 1,688,000 bu.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 480 cars; corn, 506 cars; oats, 431
cars; hgs, 18,000 head. .
Chicago cash prices: Wheat-No. 2
red. $1,0441.08; No. 3 red, 96c4j100; No.
2 hard, 9192V; No. 3 hard, 854j90c;
9.ltfStv No. 2 northern.
91(ftfl3c; No. 3 northern, 874u91c; No. 2
spring, 8zvirc; puna. w"v.,
, -i, ,,r velvet chalf. 84HU2c:
durum, 8088c. Corn-No. 2, 72JtD73c; No
2 white, 74W4c; No. 2 yellow, TW$
73V; No. i, 72M,r72V; No. 3 white,
73W&74c; No. 3 yellow, 73073 V; No. 4,
71(72c ; No. 4 white, 72'3c; No. 4
yellow, 7272o. Oats-No. 2 white, M
ii isaema: No. 4 white. 32
633c; 'standard, 35g38c.
RYE NO. i, wpuc
SEBDS-Tlmothy, $2.503.8O; clover,
BUTTan aieaay; urcumeijco, iw
BGGSSteady; receipts, 4.606 cases, at
mark, cases included lS19c; ordinary
firsts, 2c; firsts 22c.
CHEESB-Steady; daisies 16ft16c,
twins, 15g16V; Young Americas, 15
16c: long horns, 1616c.
POTATOES Easy, receipts, 100 cars,
Michigan, 56&S8c; Minnesota, 505&c; Wis
consin, 504168c. . k , ,k
POULTRY Alive, weak; turkeys, 14c;
chickens, 13c; springs, 14c.
VEAL Steady, ic.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
uikidia rtTV Sent. 23. WHEAT
Cash, unchanged to c lower; No. 2 hard,
88fo89c; No. 3, 85S7c; No. 2 red,
98C$1.02; No. 3, 894J-98V.
r-AI) XT filtanriv V'ft 2 ITllTPd fiUo: No.
ij i ,
3. 67c; No. 2 white, 70c; No. 3. 6370c.
OATS uncnangeu, nv. wiiuc, avw
35c; No. 2 mixed, 3333c.
Closing quotations were as follows:
'HKT-Keutember. 8itc: December.
8C06V; May, 90',4(&90V.
CORN September, 69c; December,
48c; May, 49V.
OATS September, 83c; December, 33V;
HAY Stronger; choice timothy, $14,004
14.50; choice prairie. $12.0012.60.
BUTTltK-creamery, iic; ursuj, c;
seconds, 23c; packing stock, 21c
EGGS Extras, 23c; firsts, 22c; seconds,
Wheat, bu 469.000 163,000
Corn, bu sw.ww """'
Oats4 bu , 19,000 17,000
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 23.-WHEAT-NO.
1 northern, 93494 V; No. 2 northern, 91
92c; No. 2 hard winter, 9394c; December,
89c; May, 4c.
CORN No. 8 yellow, iWWiiW. o. I
white. 75c; No. 3. 72(873 V; December,
53V.:. May, 62c.
OATS Standard, 3B.c.
BARLEY-M siting, 6S4Jff5c.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23.-SUGAR-Raw,
steady; muscavado, 89 test, 3.80c; centrlf
uagl, 96 test 4.30 c; molasses, 8 test 3.56c,
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Some New High Kecords for Year
Established on Exchange.
BEAR ELEMENT NOT SO STRONG
Market Takes Knrouras;emeut From
Favorable Bank Mntriuent and
Further Gold Engage
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. Some new high
records for the year were established
today on the stock market. United
States Steel and Amalgamated Copper
touched htsh marks with other issues
of less promlncnc. Trudlnn was again
heavy, though under last Friday's total,
but the rise was several times checked
by obvious profit taking and further
sales, par value, aggregated $2,460,005.
all accounts, has been largely eliminated,
however, and no small part of today's
advance may be reasonably RttHbuted
to outside origin or Investment demand.
The market derived some encourage
ment from last Saturday's relatively
favorable bank statement and further
gold engagements abroad. $2,500,000 being
taken In Ijnndon. Other news of the
day contributed in the movement, in
cluding an announcement of an advance
in pig iron and advices from the west
which dealt with the traffic situation.
Apparently the movement of freight for
the next few weeks will be limited only
by the available supply of railroad
equipment and shippers of general mer
chandise aro complaining of discrimina
tion by the railroads In favor of cereal
Best prices today were scored In the.
last hour. Amalgamated led the rise to
the accompaniment of a report from
Boston that copper was selling there at
a fraction over 18 points the pound.
Equipment Issues and the Mil stocks
were In demand, but Reading and I.ehlgh
Valley were under, slight pressure. Call
monev opened at i Pr cent, with a
slight lncreas of supply. Time money
rates fell back slightly on the Improved
bunking position and lighter demand.
Acceptances of commercial paper were
larger, western Institutions absorbing a
The bond market wus broader and gen
erally higher, some of the speculative
issues being largely traded In. Total
pales, par value, aggregated $2,460.UJO.
United States 3s declined per cent the
4s advanced V and the Panama 3s ad
vanced 1 per cent.
No. of sales and leading quotations on
stocks were as follow:
81m. Hlith. Low. Clo.
Anulsamatwl Copper.... !. s!1 n
Amerlmii Agrlcultuml... 4iK) M 6H
Atnrlcn Hwt Sugar... MOO ' 7B 7NH
American ln 15.400 tt 44 444
Amoricim 'n pfd 17'Xt W. 124'
American Tar A My.. G,00 2T t
American Cotton Oil... 200, 67 M M
American Ice ScurH!ee , oo w U ES
American Llnaeed 200 ir 1S4 15
American Locomotive .. l,o 4r,i 4r,S 46
American S. K 6.200 M 7i
American 8. R. pfd.. 100 W mH 10X
American Sugar Refining Jl.on 12H', 128 12S
American Tel. ft Tel... 1.M0 144V 1
American Tobacco 1.100 27,1 I7 Ml
American Tobacco 1.00 2TS HOhii S71
Anaconda Mining 10.600 47H 47 47
Atfhlm 4,100 1O0-V ion inH
Atchison pfd S0 102, 102 W4
Atlantic Coaot Line ... JO0 143V4 US 14S
Baltimore & Ohio 8.400 10H 109H 10
Bethlehem Steel 1I.S00 i 42, 44S
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 6.400 IH 90 SI
Canadian Paclflo S.600 276 276 27
Central Leather .000 33V' 33"4 SJ
Chesapeake & Ohio 2,00 1 814 81
Chicago Great Western. 2.2O0 17 17 17H
rhi., mm. 4t st. r.... 2,wo io ions ivi
Chi. N. W 300 14114, 14H 141
Colorado Fuel & Iron... 7.400 SH S7 17
Consolidated (las 1.WK1 147V4' 147 147
Corn Products 1,100 1(P 16X 14
Delaware Hudson.... 100 171 171 170
Denver 6 Rio Grande.. MM) 22 23 2!H
D. ft. R. G. pfd 800 S 38H Wt
Plttlllers' securities .... 2.300 34 4 34 Mi
Erie 10,100 37 87) 37
Krle 1st pfd 1,000 66 S4 64
Brie 2d pfd 200 46 W 44
Ueneral Electric 300 183c 183 13
Great Northern pfd 4.700 142 141 142
Great Northern Ore ctfs 2,200 , 4" 47- 47
Illinois Central 200 130) 130 130
Interborough-Met 3.700 20 20 20
Interborough-Met. pfd .. 4,200 1 0 SI
Interna! ional Harvester 1.600 126 lit 126
Inter. Marine prd 20
International Paper .... 1,900 16 H 16
International Pump 100 28 28 27
K. C. Southern 1,700 28 28 28
Wlede Gas 100 106 106 106
Lehigh Valley 14,200 172 171 172
Louisville & Nashville.. 6.00 ,lf 16 16
M., St.. P. ft 8. Ste. M 148
M.. K. ft T 100 150 160 148
Missouri Paclflo S.600 31 30 31
National Biscuit S,MK) 43 43 42
National Lead 100 138 138 137
N. Ky. of M 2d pfd.... 700 60 60 00
New York Central (.100 116 116 116
N. ., O. ft W 300 37 36 36
Mirfnlk ft Western 2.800 117 117 117
North American 600. . 86 86 86
Northern Paclflo 10,800 130 12 128
Pacific Mali 100 31 31 10
Pennsylvania 24 124 124 124
People's Gaa 600 117 117 117
Pitt., C. C. ft "St. L. . 1.700 111 110 111
Pittsburgh Coal 600 26 26 26
Pressed Steal Car 3,800 40 38 40
Pullman Palace Car 1684,,
Heading 89,800 174 173 173
Kepublio Iron ft S 4,200 80 29 10
Republic I. & 8. pfd... 700 91 90 90
Rock Island Co 4,800 28 27 28
Rock Island Co. pfd 1,000 64 64
St. L. ft 8. F. 2d pfd.. 300 17 36 86
Seaboard Air Line 200 23 23 ,22
Seaboard Air Line pfd.. 1,600 (1 61 61
Sloes-Sheffield 8. ft I.. 400 6 68 69
Seuthern Paclflo 4,600 112 111 112
Southern Railway 4,900 31 31 31
Southern Railway pfd.... 400 86 86 iC
Tennessee Copper 14,000 44 46 46
Texas ft Pacific 3,601) 26 84i 26
Union Pacific 30,700 173 173 173
Union Pacific pfd 200 811 8 89
United states Realty ... 6.300 86 84 c 86
United States Rubber... .8.800 64 64 64
United mates Steel ....109,400 77 76 78
United StatesSteel pfd... 8,300 114 114 114
Utah Copper 4,100 66 66 66
Vlrglnla-Car. Chemical.. 800 46 46 4i
Wabash B4K) 4 4 4
Wabash pfd 14
Western Maryland 300 6 f 66
Western Union 1,100 82 81 82
Westlnghouse Electric... 1,300 85 86 86
Wheeling & Lake Krle. 40O 7 7 7
Total salea for the day, 614,000 shares.
early trading today. At noon prlceH
ranged from unchanged to higher than
Saturday's New York closing.
Condition nf Treamiry.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 23,-At the be
ginn ng of business today the condition
of the I'nited states treasury was: Work
ing balance in treasury offices, $Stt.ti'.'0.516,
In banks and Philippine treasury. $Xl,4i,
732; total of the general fund, $14S.44;,331;
receipts Saturday. $2,875,719; disburse
ments, $i.O&,),972. The deficit to date this
fiscal year is $10.0o5,471. as nga list a deficit
of $19.471, 17 at this time last year. These
figures exclude Panama canal and public
on stocks were:
1 Salle Copper
A. Z. L. ft S
Arizona Com. ......
B. ft C. C. ft 8
Cat. ft Arliona
Cal. ft Ilocla .
East Butte Cop
Hie JUnell Cnp..
. J3. Closing quotations
6 Miami Copper
39 Nrada Con
33 Nipixslng Mines ....
4)4 North Butte
7 North Lake
HI Old Dominion
9 superior ft B M...
68 I'. S. S. R. ft M.
9 do pfd
36 Utah Con
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Recepts largest Since Open
ing of Range Season.
K0GS ARE FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
Sheep and l amlia In Largest Receipt
of Any Day Since the Beginning;
of the Season Slow to
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 23, 1912.
Receipts were; cattle, flogs. Hheep.
Estimate Monday ....14,300 2,000 45,000
Same day last week.. 9,183 3.0S4 26.2T
Same day 2 weeks ago.. 9.3."4 2.276 29,895
Simeday 3 weeks ago.. 7,713 2,744 26,0m
Same day 4 weeks ago. . 8.921 2,227 89.783
Same day last year...lfi.4ti6 3.001 48,000
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South
Omaha for the year to date as compared
with lust year: 1
1912. 1911. Inc. Pec.
I Cattle 652,692 791.7S4 139,092
Hogs 2,821.84 1.869.S34 4432,214
Sheep 1,677,584 1,694,132 16.548
The following table snows tht range of
prices for hogs al South Omaha for the
last few days with comparisons:
Xer York lf!nnsr "tooks.
NKWo YORK, Sept. 23.-Closlng quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Comstock T. stock 8 Mexican MS
do bonds til Ontario ISO
Con. Cal. ft Va 40 Ophlr 44
Iron silver w Standard 100
Leadvtlle Con I Yellow Jacket SO
Little Chief 3
NEW YORK GKNKRAI, MARKET
ttnotatlona of the Day on Varloaa
font modi ties.
NEW YORK. Sept. 23,-KLOrR.-Steady;
spring patents. $4.9ao.30; winter
straights. $4.4i:4.aO: winter natents. $4.70
tt'5.15; spring clears. $4.2&tt4.6u; extra No. 1
winter, 4.l4i4.:u; extra No. i winter, 4.uu
1(4.10; Kansas straights. $4. 16414.25. Ky
Hour, quiet; fair to good, a.; choice
to fancy, $4.0Ckii4.1O.
tXJRNMKAL yuiet; flno white and yel
low, $1.65&1.70; course, $l.oOifl.tS; kiln
RYB Steady; No. 2 western, 67 asked,
c. 1. f. Buffalo.
BAKLKY gulet; malting, Wu 75c, c. I.
WHKA'l'-Spot market steady: No. 2
red. $l.ot elevator and $1,034 t- o. b, afloat;
No. 1 northern luluth, l.01 f. o. b.
afloati The close was ic to lVtc net
lower. September, $1.01VS; December,
99.c; May, $1.08,.
CORN spot market easier; export,
S9c f. o. b. afloat, December to March.
OATS Spot market firm;' new standard
white, 40c on track: No. 3, 3e; No. 4.
S8c; natural white, 37iff40c, and new white
flipped, 40th 43c.
FKED basy; western spring bran In
100 1b. sacks. $2.105j2.35; standard middling,
2.3iKif2.60; city, $2.40.
HAY New, quiet; No. 1. $U01.20; No.
2, $1.0tV(il.lO; No. 3, 80r95c.
HIDfciS-Steady; Bogota, 264j29c; Cen
tral American, 26Hc
LEATHER-Firm; hemlock firsts, 26V4
&27e seconds, 2Dir26c; thirds, 22423V4c;
1'ROVISIONS-Pork, firm; mess, $19.76
B20.W; family, $22.00tff23.00; short dear,
$21.2i23.50. Beef, strong; mess, $l7.00i)
18.00; family, $2l.0(Xt()22.0O; beef hams,
$28.00i3l.&0. Out meats, quiet; pickled
bellies, 10 to 12 lbs., 12$14c; pickled hams,
13HW14C Lard, firmer; middle west,
Ul.DtKff 11.46; refined, firm; continent, $11.80;
South American, $12.46; compound, $8.00
BUTTER-Steady; receipts, 3,395 tubs;
creamery, extras, 29H30c; state, dairy,
finest, 27ii(28!fc; process, extras, 26
26Vir; factory, current make, firsts, 23c.
CHEESE Firm: receipts. 1,383 boxes;
stale, whole milk, white, specials, 16c;
state, whole milk, white or colored, aver
age fancy, lc; skims, 3H13'ac.
EGOS Irregular; receipts, 8,233 cases;
fresh gathered, extras, 30it32c.
HJULTKY-Drossed, steady; fresh
killed western, 14(fl;24c; fowls, 158T7Vc;
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Bept. 23.-MONEY-On
call, firm; 4rq;5 per cent; ruling rate, 4
per cent: closing bid. 4, per cent; offered
at 4 per cent. Time loans, weaker; slxiy
days, 6!4gf) per cent; ninety days,
per cent; six montns, bWmlfa per cent.
The market closed strong. Amalga
mated led the active movement of the
last hour on reports that the metal waa
selling at a fraction over 18c. There also
wan considerable demand for equipment
stocks and soma of the standard railers,
notably Hill issues. Coalers were subject
to moderate pressure.
ir'KiAiH. MtiUCAJNTTLB FAFEK &'4 to
6 per cent. Sterling echange, steady with
actual business In bank bills at $42.25 for
sixty-day bills and at $483.60 lor demand.
Commercial bins, 4.8i',i.
SILVER Bar, 6tfc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS uovernment, irregular; rail
Closing quotations on bonds today were
. 8. ref. Ja, teg.. .101 Japan 4 M
do coupon 101 K. C. a. ref. 6s.... 97
V 8. 8a reg 102!,, A K. un. 4a
do coupon 102 M., K. & T 1st 4a.. 2
U. 8. 4s reg do gen. 4a 35
do coupon 113 Mo. Paclflo 4s 73
Panama 3a coupon. .103 do eonr. 6a 68
Allts-t'hal' lt 6-. 0 N. K. of M. 489
Am. Agri. 6a '.101N. T. Central g. 3s 85
A T & T t. 4e U3 do deb. 4a 2
Am Tobacco SS...121 N. Y., N H. A H.
Armour & Co 4t-- W.V. a. W. 1st c. 4e 7
Atchison gen. 4a ... do cv. 4a 117
do c. 4a (I960).. 105 No. Pacific 4s 98
do CT 6 1W ' " s
At. C U lat 4... W Or. 8. L. rfd. 4a 93
n a- 0. 4a H Penn. cv. 3a (1915) 96
do Ja 'do con. 4a 12
Br Tr. c. 4a Reading gen. 4a 9
c M o. Sa W 8t. L. & 8. F. f. 4a 78
Central Leather fc.. do gen. a 84
Ches. ft O. . oi. u. b. w. con. la o
do eonv. 4s . A. L. adj. 6a.. 73
C. A. 3s . 4S. Pac. cnl. 4a 88
C B & Q- It. .. 96 do cv. 4s 94
do gen. 4a d 1st ref. 4s 98
C 1( 4 B F e 4..!0B. Rr. 6s 66
C R. I. p- Wi do gen. 4s 7S
do rfa. 4a 87 I'nlon Pacific 4a .... 99"4
C. 8. r. e. 4a4U. P. cv. 4.. a 103
D ft H. .cv. .... m no jw st r. ta..
d' ft R. O. t. &... 81 U. 8. Rubber ....103
Distillers' 6a. 74U. 8. Bteel 3d 5s.. 103
Erie pr. lien 4.... 87Va.-Car. Cham. 5a.. 98
do gen. 4a 74 Wabash 1st ft . 4a 69
do cy. 4a aer. B.. 78 West. Md. 4s 86
H. Cm. 1st r. 4a.. 3Weat. El. cr. 5a.... 95
Int. -Met. 4 81Wls. Cen. 4s 91
Int. M. M. 4a
. London Stock Market.
LONDON, Sept. 28. American securities
were quiet and featureless during the
St. LouU General Market.
BT. LOUIS, Mo., 8ept. 23. WHEAT
Cash, strong; track No. 2 red, $1.03;
No. 2, MK(K)3V4c.
CORN Firm; track No. 2, 71o; No. 1
OATS-PIrm: track No. 2, 3333ic; N
2 white, 8CM36Hc.
RYE Unchanged, 69c.
-Closing quotations were as follows:
WHEAT Weak ; December, Dlc; May,
CORN Ixwer; December, BOfiiGOVic;
OATS-Lower; December, 82V(632c;
FIXJUR-Dull; red winter patents, $4.63
SM.95; extra fancy and straight, $4.16
4.85; hard winter clears, $3.46ml.75.
SEED Timothy, $10.00.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 99c
HAY - Dull; timothy, $12.004jl7.50;
PROVISIONS-Pork, unchanged; job
bing, $16.50. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam, $l0.77H10 87Vj. Dry salt meata,
unchanged; boxed extra shorts, HVfrc;
clear ribs, llc; short clears, llc Ba
con, unchanged; boxed extra short, 12 Vic;
clear ribs, 12'c: short clears, 12n.
POULTRY Firm ; chickens, 12Hc;
springs, 16c; turkeys, 16c; ducks, 12c;
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 26Y(J'30c.
Flour, bu 17,000 17,000
Wheat, bu 178,000 134,000
Corn, bu 94,000 81,010
Oats, bu 134,000 14,000
Mlnnenpolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 23. WHEAT
September, 87c; December, 89c; May,
! 94?r4ic; Cash, No. 1 hard. No. 1
I northern, 89Vif9H4ie; No. 2 northern. 86ftS
I89C, No. 3, M(S85c.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 70vV7OUc.
OATS-No. 2 white, 30H31Hfl.
RYE No. 2, Cl(3c.
BRAN In 100-lb. packs, $19.5ftj;20.0O.
FLOUR First patents. $4.Sfi4.66; sec
ond patents, $4 20 4.55; flrnt clears, $3.20
3.50; second clears, $2.802.60.
SEED Flax, tX.Wk-
St. Joaeph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Sept. 23. CATTLE
Receipts, 4,200 head; market lower; steers,
$6.76$.10.25; cows and heifers, $3.259.00;
HOQ3 Receipts, 6,000 head; market
lower; top, $8.75; bulk of sales, $8.458.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts, 7,500
head; market 10(3 15c lower; sheep, .slow;
NEW YORK, Sept. 28. METALS
Copper, firm: standard, spot to Novem
ber, $17.2517.75: electrolytic. $17.50
17.75; lake, $17.G2M.17.75; casting,. $17.12H
17.25. Tin. dull; spot $50.00 50. 40; Septem
ber, $fiO.0Off60 40; October, $49.97HW0.15.
Lead, firm; $5.105.20. Spelter, firm: $7.65(0
7.80. Antimony, quiet: Cookson's. $8.75. Iron
firm.; No. 1 northern, $16.50g,17.26; No. 2
northern, $16.2517.00; No. 1 southern and
No. 1 southern soft, $16.75fR17.50.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 23. METALS Lead,
steady; $5.005.02V. Spelter, higher; $7.47H
PEORIA, Sept. 23.-CORN-dMlc
higher; No. 3 white, 73c; No. 2 yellow,
73Mt73c: No. 3 yellow. 73HW3c; No. 4
yellow, 72c; No. 2 mixed, 73Hc; No. t
mixed, 73V4c; No. 4 mixed. 72c; sample,
OATS Unchanged to Mc higher; stand
ard, 34c; No. J white, 33ftc; No. ' white,
33c; sample, 31 o.
11.411 . ! lsitO. IliHM. : !:.; 1907 . 19W.
8 6 861 8 V6l 7 , 6 86 6 871 6 01
t To 8 80 8 U W - O W
43 6 81 8 80 8 06j 6 841 5 90
' 1 8
8 09m 811
6 64 1
I 93 8 10 6 80 5 841 g 11
I 8 14 6 8i a 'S t
8 92! I 6 83 5 721 6 02
S 73 8 171 6 73 6
8 471 8 12 6 87 5 84 6 12
8 43 8 101 6 81 6 14
8 46 8 12 6 76 S 89
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at tne 1. nion .stock yards, South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at 3 p.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.H'r's.
c m. st. r 4 9 3 ...
Union Pacific 98 3 121 7
V. & N. W.. east., t 3 1
C. & N. W., west. ..165 8 S
C, St. P., M. & O. ... 3
C, B. &. Q.. west... 277 3 39 4
C, R. I. & P., east 2 1 1 ...
Illinois Central 7 1 ... 1
Totals receipts.. 555
608 431 3,418
Morris & Co
Swift and Company
Cudahv Packing Co
Armour & Co 692
Cudahy from Denver.... 96
Armour from Denver.... 201
W. B. Vansant Co 151
Henton, Vansant & Lush 151
lllll & Son 793
V. B. Lewis 387
Huston & Co 232
J. B. Root & Co 321
J. II. Bulla 130
U F. Husx 159
Rosenstock Bros 690
McCreary & Kellogg.... 619
Werthelmer & Degen.... 481
H. F. Hamilton 410
Sullivan Bros 7
Rothschild & Krehs...... 249
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co 67
Cline & Christie 87
Other buyers 1,885
vr-tir vnriK por.t. 23. COFFEE Fu
tures market closed steady at a net ad
vance ot 1 to 16 points. Sales, 95,250 bags.
Spot steady; Rio 7s. 14c:, Santas 4s, 160 ;
mild quiet; Cordova, 1618c.
Oils and Rosin.
SAVANNAH. Sept. 23. TURPENTINE
-Firm at 38c.
ROSIN-Flrm; F and G types, $6.47
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Sept. 23.-WOOL-Stedy;
territory and western mediums,
2125c; fine mediums. lSg20c; fine, 13!gi7c.
Ela-in Batter Market.
ELGIN, 111., Sept. 23. The quotation
committee of the Elgin butter board
this afternoon declared butter firm at
Totals 10,229. 1,623 23,228
CATTLE-All the big markets of the
country were loaded with cattle this
morning and early reports all Indicated
slow trade and lower prices. This of
Itself would have peen sufficient to have
weakened the market at this point, but In
addition to that was the further fact
that receipts here were the largest since
the opening of the range season, 552 cars
being reported In. Under such conditions
it was no more than was to be expected
that the trade would open very slow and
dull. The fact that there was a great
deal of sorting to be done helped still
further to delay the movement of the
cattle, so that the forenoon was well ad
vanced before enough business had been
transacted to make a market or estab
Strictly good beef steers did not show
so much change, being steady or close to
steady with last week's close. On the
other hand there were a good many
horned steers of Inferior quality that
neither feeder buyers nor killers were
very anxious for and cattle ot that de
scription were fully lOo lower and in
some cases possibly more than that.
Cows and heifers were in about the
same condition as beef steers; that is,
the best cattle did not show much change
as compared with last week, but In be
tween kinds thit no one seemed to want
were slow and 10c or more lower.
The yards were full of farmers and
feeders looking for cattle. As a result ot
the good buying demand the better
grades of feeding steers were fully steady
with last week. On the other hand the
trashy kinds were slow to 10c lower.
No. Av. Pr. Ko. a. Pr.
t 1160 4 70 '
I S5t I 4 445 00
STOCKERd AND FEEDERS.
I 1 I 45 U 813 06
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Quotation 011 native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, $8.2510.25; fair to good
beef steers, $7.26&8.25; common to fair
beef steers, $6.O03)7.25; good to choice
heifers, $0.258.26; good to choice cows.
t.250'6.25; fair to good cowi. $4.255.26;
common to fair cows, $3.004.25; good to
choice stnekers and feeders, $6.007.75;
fair to good stackers and feeders, $5.09
6.00; common to fair stockers and feeders,
M755.60; stock cows and heifers, $4.50
8.75; veal calves, $45008.75; bulls, stags,
HOGS A very small run of hogs showed
up this morning, as 'only about thirty
loads, or 2,000 head, were reported in as
against 8,084 last Monduy, 2,276 head two
weeks ago and S.001 on the corresponding
day last year. With such a light supply
on hand and an Improvement in the gen
eral trade being reported at other live
stock centers the local market opened
generally 610c higher, a goodly number
of hogs showing a dime advance. Ship
pers, speculators and packers were all
engaged in the early business, about one
half of the receipts being taken out of
first hands on shipping and speculative
account Opening trade was active, but
as the moruirig advanced the market be
came slow., causing prices being very
little If any better than steady with
Saturday's general market. A load of
hogs weighing around 240 pounds brought
$8.66, the top for the day and the highest
price paid since last Monday.
N. Av. Sh. Pr. N. At. Bh. Pr.
31 251i 80 8 26 60 238 120 I 45
39 ' . 147 ... 8 36 68 260 ... 8 46
47 " 7 ... S5 267 45
(7 ....2S3 80 ( 36 3 254 860 I 60
gj" PS J80 7 48 314$ 640 1 60
28 121 ... 8 40 1 188 ... 66
84 ..MO ... 8 40 ia El ... a o
4 ....161 ... 1 40 45 ..210 ... 155
13 . 241 180 8 40 263 40 S 65
(3 217 40 1 40 76 221 80 t 55
5J !6 240 1 40 71 252 80 65
64 ....237 80 8 45 42 199 80 1 58 '
84 182 80 I 42 63 201 ... I 55
M 300 180 I 46 68 118 ... I 55
6 283 80 1 46 . 65 821 ... 67H
TT 241 ... 1 45 17 145 Mill ,
(0 120 ... 1 45
SHEEP The week opens with the larg
est run of sheep and lambs for the season.
As the supply was a little late In getting
In and time being necessary for sorting,
no offerings of any account changed
hands early. Buyers appeared on the
market at about their usual time looking
for the best killers on Fale. but appar
ently were not very anxious to fill any
of their orders nntll the whole supply was
in. First advices from other markets in
dicated a weak tendency in the general
trade, and this, too, encouraged buyers to
lay back until later in the morning.
Trade at no time was very active and
in some Instances business was rather
dull. Sales were made in a sort of
leisurely fashion with a large part of the
offerings still in first hands late in the
forenoon. The general feeling, however,
was 1525c lower on both sheep and
lambs. . ,'"
No. Atr. Pr.
10 native lambs 92 6 25
79 Wyoming ewes ...107 J
490 Wyoming ewes, feeders.... 1 3 60
323 Idaho lambs 8 65
589 Idaho Iambs .63 65
T.fTerpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. 23.-WHEAT-Spot
steady; No. 3 Manitoba, 8s 3d. Futures
steady, October, '7s i&&; December, 7s
6Vid : March, la 4Vd.
CORN Spot steady; new, American,
kiln dried, 7s 3d. Futures steady; Sep
tember, 5s 5d; December, 6s L
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