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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
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PSRSONAIj.
Xllsa Fisher, mm, bath. elec. treat. O. itX
M-DAY 11 LOO D KHMEUI.
BMlen pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
FOR RALE Kindling wood. National
Box Co., 33th an Pacific Harney HW.
MANICURING, face, scalp, rnagnetlo
treatment, Miss DeUar. 1711 Dodge,
THE SALVATION AllMY solicits Cftt,t
off clothing; in (act. anything you do r.oj
need. Wo collect, repair and sell at HI
N. llth St., lor cot ot collection, to the
worthy Poor. Tel. Douglas 4U1 and
waton will call.
KEAIj ESTATE.
CITY PKOPKItTV FOR SA1.K.
NEW bungalow, 6ak flnlih tull and oak
floors; cement cellar, beat make of fur
nace, largo garage; walls nicely deco
rated; every Improvement. Slat Bt., south
of Ames Ave. Look It over Sunday.
THOS. XV. HAZEN, 207 McCague. D. 1300.
ONLY $000 rash, balance as rent; mod
ern. 7-room, new house. Harney 917.
3130 SO. 1STH A good house and lot;
good place for a nice family. Very cheap.
TO 11UY. 81CLL OR HUNT. FIRST HHIQ
JOHN XV. nOBBlNS. 112 FARNAM T.
O'CONNOR UlCHS WANTED.
Information of the heirs of John O Con
nor or Connor, who was a shoemaker,
supposed to have wife and at least two
children living in western Iowa, north
western Missouri or eastern Nebraska.
Address with full information, N. 11. Tun
nlollff, care of K. E. Thomas, 810 Omaha
Nat'l Bank, Omaha. Neb.
SWINGLEY So OIPE,
REAL ESTATE.
Havo moved from 234 Uee Bldg. to fifth
floor, room 640.
NOTICE.
I havo chanced my location to 214 Balrd
Bldg., 17th and Douglas. Mrs. Dr. IUt
tenhouse & Shafer, Mass., Elec. baths.
Marguerite Halloran. massage. U. 77U.
Naasage, 1st tL r.8. 1723 Dodge. Mrs. Bteele.
Ileal Estate Trackage.
HTH AND JACKSON.
Lot C6xl32 at southeast corner 14th and
lackson Sts. End of switch. Price only
$18,000.
L. D. BPAULDINO,
161S Farnam St,
Telephone Tyler 109.
MAGNETIC
treatment. E. Urott,
1829 Vinton. D. bOM.
YOUNQ women coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
ait 17th and St Mary's Avi., wnere they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted, Look for
our travelers' aid at the Union Station.
IvTARSAOF. Swedish movement
411
DotigUk an
91 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO
the L. H. Jogrnal. $1.60: tho S. E. Post
11.(0; the Country Gentleman. $1.60. by
Sept. W, earns that $3,000 for the invalids'
Pension Ass'n. Your renewal contributes
Wc. Phone Douglas 7163, Omaha.
GORDON, THE MAOA2.1NE MAN.
PET STOCK.
BOSTON terrier pups cheap. Doug, Soifl.
Oil EXCHANGE 11. E.
FOR BALE OR TRADE For horses, cat
tlo or clear town property: Twenty acres
and a town lot in the onion belt ot -lexas;
twenty acres and two town lots, between
two good, towns on gulf coast of Texas;
two nice residence lots in one of the best
towns of Wyoming,;, a half section of good
farm land six miles from Kimball, Neb.;
first-class properties: clear, but slight
encumbrance. Address Box 64, Albion,
Neb. '
REAL ESTATE
ABSTRACT UK' TITLE.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska, ZW uranaeis x neater.
ACREAGE FUR SALE.
'Mr. Pmiltrvmnn. lust the place you
have been looking for; fine location for
poultry planU-120 down and $10 per month
buys this 10-acre tract; see us at once.
The Vogel" Realty -Agency,. 1007. W. O. W.
Uldg.
" CITY PliUflillT r'OU SALE
NewDundeeHomes
Two modern, fi-room dwellings, very at
tractively designed, stained shingle and
panelled stucco exterior construction.
Oak floors throughout Oak finish down
stairs, birch and hard plne upstalre.
Large living room, with pressed brick
fireplace and built-in bookcases; dining
' room witn paneuea. wans ana Deamea
ceilings; den; breakfast room; kitchen;
rear vestibule, first floor: four corner
ljedrcoms-jind enclosed ..sleeping room,
W'th double hung- windows, connected
with Milton Rogers' guaranteed furnace
nnd' eomrjlrtn hathrrtnnt. nArnntl flnrtr.
First-class .combination fixtures; all rooms
, peouuiuuy aeaoratea; aupiex snaaes ana
nearl.wlro Bcreenn for all windows and
doors; full-cemented basement; iron coal
cnuies. Houses just finished and ready
aor occupancy. Located on lots 60x135 ft,
each. at. 4921 and 4923 Chicago RL. hit.
.twenn car lines and onlv one block from
school. Keys at our office or first door
-west. Very reasonalbe terms. Investl-
Ge,prjie: & Company
803 CttV; National Bank Bldg, '
' Phone Douglas 768.
f.:'
Bungalow
-.5!:
14,200 In beautiful Claremont we have a
bungalow never offered before.
.. South front on the boulevard: haa
five exceptionally large'rooms; haa
fireplace, - built-in bookcases and
the best bronze hardware, thrnuzh.
f , t out; in fact, everything Is the ueBt
- and built by day labor. If. you
' Want & dandt hom. rnnvanlAnilv
located, both high and sightly, in
vestigate this at once. Can arrange
terms.
..W". haVe "-room modern home with
Ieeplng porch: good barn; on paved
streets) half a. hlnok tmm .... .it
cellent -condition,. Owner might consider
vacant Jlnt In 'anVitk- - . r
present location is too far from his busl
onlY reason for selling-. Price Is
Phono
Glover & Spain
ie uougiaa 3362. 919 city National.
.. Must Be Sold
A bungalow at 44th and Wirt of five
rooms that is well worth the price. Will
Jw8. a , comfortable home. Oak
.wu. uu iinicji complete, Dath room
furnace, roomv ntlin ..-J -.-.1 "?m
,? ? a? piVod Owner
to bu7-thU wayf' l,nrmcma yu
RtThlnnul?ai0i.!Scated.t a. B. 33th
u uam on one
T.r- i. in t;,u, Bn" IU cemented cel
lar, Is In first-class cond tlon: eln.t. i
5S?2i.5n? car; Jln"- Payments can be
arranged to mult vnn r. 4
Don't delay. See
REAJCi ESTATE,
FARM A RANCH LANI1.1 FOIt SALK
Florida.
About November 1st I Intend to co to
Florida.
To persons at this time unable to go to
Florida, but who desire to purchase small
or large tracts of land In that state for
citrus fruit growing or other purposes,
offer my services In the selection and
purchase of such lands.
Profits from small acreage ore very
large.
I have been land examiner In Nebraska
and adjoining states nearly twenty-five
years. Correspondence solicited.
110 South 13th Street
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Chicago Wheat Fit Not as Bearish
as it Looks to Be.
MARKET ON CORN IS SLOW
Wcnkite u IlrouKht About by the
Lontfn Disjoins of,.TIelr Hold'
lnir far Fatare
De
liveries.
Montana.
MONTANA IRRIGATED LANDS. Us
four Carey right and. secure a lGO-acre
'arm In famous Valler country, when
wheat yields CO. oats 100, barley CS. flax
20 bushels per acre; no drouth, sure
crops; lands produce splendid alfalfa and
timothy; diversined. farming is carntd
on under Ideal conditions, wrlto today
for booklet Valler Farm Sales Com
pany. Boy 1038. "Valler. Montana
Nebrnaka.
FOR SALE Imnroved 200-acre farm. S
miles from Page, Neb., at $50 per acre If
taken at once. Address Y 253. Bee.
CATTLE AND ' RANCH FOR SALE.
A fine improved ranch of 2,000 acres.
hay, farm and pasture land; will carry
400 to 500 head of rattle; K0 head now on
ranch; will sell land and cattle, or. land
by Itself: an ideal location; flowing well
of splendid water: can give some terms
on land. Write Fidelity Trust Co., Fre
mont, Neb.
Texsk,
A CHANCE to buy. farm land direct
from the owner, 5,000 acres ranch and
farm, situated eight miles from the
gulf and seven mlleB from the railroad.
Sixty miles N.-B. of Brownsville.' Plenty
of rainfall for growing crops, good -Lt
ttsian flowing, wen water, uoou cnraaio
winter and sumtnnr. A fine tract to
colonlie. Will sell In a body or In 1,000
acre blocks. If interested write quick
for terms to uox lia. ttaymonaviue. xex.
OMAHA. Sept. 16. 1913.
Conditions surrounding the Chicago
wheat market are not as bearish as many
In the trade make themselves believe.
The stock of wheat In Chicago In. all
positions total 10.100,000 bushels, snowing
a decrease for the last week ot 431,000
bushels.. A year ago the elevators in
Chicago held 4,000.000 bushels. It now
transpires that nearly nil the wheat there
nas oeen sola tor shipment to me east.
Baltimore and other markets on the
Atlantic seaboard have been heavy buy
ers ot this grain, nnd It will be sent to
the east as rapidly As It v.an be loaded
It to vessels nnd cars, and a great deal
of It will eventually rind Ita way to for
eign countries, where it has already been
t-old. This condition ot affairs necessi
tates heavy purchases of gTaln by the
Chicago and Omaha houses, or, at least.
It will necessitate the. bringing Into the
market of large lots of wheat which are
possibly owned by carriers with head
quarters at Chicago.
Those who are closest to the cash sit
uation are friendly to wheat They are
seen to make purchases on all tho re
cessions nnd they are .slow to let go of
their lines unless a fair slxed profit is
wunin asv reach.
Cash wheat was hkQMc higher.
There was a slow market in corn, and
prices were lower yesterday. The weak
ness woo brought about by -longs dis
posing of a nart of their holdings in
order to secure profits, and this waa
probably caused by tho reported increased
movement to market and the Tact that
the elevators, are making crn for de
livery on September Contracts. TIia Rn.
tember future, however, Is tie.d up tightly,
uu in care me principal longs aemana
delivery shorts will be obliged to bid the
price to a higher level. The open Interest
In September Is small, hpwevtr, but in
toe more aetcrred months It is said to be
quite larce. Cash corn nan tin hlehor n
Uc lower" v
The oats marital la varv una.Anrt,,
follows all price changes made In wheat
57 Jr rn- v-8n oats were unchanged to
Tiu uiKfier.
Clearances! Wheat nml finn
not Ann " vv.. m
oats, 9,000 bushels.
Llvernool r.lnntvl with ntn-iA
lower and corn UGttd lower. '
Primary wheat receipts were 2,253,000
bu. and shipments of 1,035,000 bu. against
receipts of 2.742.000 hit nnH a1itntrni rr
sir,jw. .... : w.
j,oui,wj uu. iaBi year.
X'nmary corn recelnta wem 1 lll.nnrt 1m
and shipments of 757,000 bu. against re
ceipts of 1,038,000 bu. and shipments of
j,vd4,wv uu. iaer year.
Primary oats recelnta warn I.irhooo tin
and shipments of 947.000 b-J. acalnat re.
celpts of 1,346,000 bu. and shipments of
i.viv.wj du. last year.
CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Texas.
I HAVE nothing to trade, "but have a
15.352-acre tract which must go In a body
at I1S.60 an acre.
Also, at. Joseph's isiana, near itocx-
port, Tex., 32,000 acres, which must be
told In a body at WO an acre; only twenty
days to sell It In at that price. W. IL
Graham, Cuero, Tex
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED Pool hall or other small
business. Address, -B 321. Boe.
WANT TO BUY Five-room cottace
between 13th -and- 30th and William and
Vinton,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
Doug. 2715. 1016 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg
WANTED -TO" BENT.
WANTED Room. nnd board In nrlvate
iamnv Dy teacner ana invaua moiner.
Address E SOS, Bee. Within easy accesa
Id oouin URiani, '
UEAli ESTATE LOANS
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska f anna
CKEEFL REAL ESTATE CO..
101$ OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 1715.
LOANS of $1,000 and up desired on Im
proved real estate, Large loans a specialty.
22S State Bank Bldg.
LARGE loan our araclalty. Stull Broa
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam Bt
CITV LOANS, Uemis-Carlberg CO.
J10-12 Brandels Theater Bldg
HARRISON & MORTON. 91t Om.
1100 to 110.000 made
Wead. Wead Bldg.. ISt
r.
arnam.
Nat
GA1WIN BBOaaA.
WANTED City loans. Vetera Trust Co.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. LIT Stock Commission Merchant.
HAIITIN BRO& 4 W, Exchange Bids
Chicago .....
Minneapolis
iDuluth
Omaha
Kansas City
St Louis ....
Winnipeg
.170
.306
.670
. 23
, 32
. 42
.315
721
43
16
12
361
At 19th and Dhln Kim ... .
a . good flve-rooVn - moderK except hea"
on .sasy payments that Is well
v.- ..u ci'uu una can
JIC;.m h -n ea'y Pymnts. Addre?,. S37
,JP-REJ.aH,. SONS & COMPANY.
m "ee tiuiiainc. ' Douglas 200.
COUNTRY HOME IN THE CITY
You havo been InnVlnr .1.1.
1. , t ... . v, ....a viianca.
iS?i ;roojn house and one solid acre
of land, fronting on three streets; nearly
all in fruit; six years old; only one block
from school -ana six blocks from the car,
?Vth corner of 3th and Nebraska Ava
It Is a dandy nice borne and a sure
money-maker. Price, 12,950, and on easy
terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Doug. iwi. Ware Blk,
. OAK CHATHAM
,A?n? new P-room house, east front.
H mock to car, 3 blocks to school, all
modern, large cement basement, gas In
cellajy parlor ami large living room fin
Uhed in bak; the two bed rooms and bath
tire connected by a, separate hall. This
b1llancBnlkn.etetfa,,, at "'850i H "h'
.. BEmS-OASLBERa CO.
310-3ia Brandels Theater Bldg.
wRBSSiB"rf BM5CK TO IIAN8COM
PATIK Splendid S-room home; strictly
modern; lot 60x140; eplendld miplei, frait
S?HstSt X 9F P"Ce' ,1'5-
10 ACREH on a. 12. corner 64th and
Puppleton. south of Dundee? This land
i5 .m?Bt J,hW anA will subdlvldo Into
BJ lots. Salabfa ouickly at tJM ner lot
My price is 110,000 cash. Phohrn.y wit fc
K'lBUU CLUB district. Bflaiifir.,1 .
ern- home. Large living- room, dining
irg porch on second floor, Buy of owner
Jisrnoy in.
sy terms. Tel,
1. .WEST FARNAM HOME. '
Owing to business Interests necessitat
ing absence from iclty, will offer for eal0
new and thoroughly modern ten-room
residence on West Farnam MIL D, 147,
Omaha Bee. "
""AS I am leaving city must sell my new
6-room house; rnodern. sleeping porch,
hardwood finish throughout, beam cell
ing, living room, dining room, full ce
mented cellar and attic. Inquire owner.
4110 Florence blvd. W?u. 6062. 1 '
tO Bl'ILDERS AND INVESTORS
Two fine lots, 40x115 each. Just off Far.
nam St on West Farnam hill splendid
location for brick flat or apartment house,
only tS.950 for both. 1 you want a bar
gain write L' 219, care Omata Bee.
Wrrntm Ut rV tmtkfamilw
Qombaulfm e
Causiic Balsam
1
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Tho following cash soles were renorted
Wheat: No. 3 hard winter. 4 cars. tCc:
x car. .c;i car, tac No. Z spring,
car, 42c. No. 3 spring. 1 car. S3c. No.
spring, 1 car, 80&C. No. 4 mixed, 2 tars,
80?ic. Corn: No. 3 white. 1 enr. nUr- i
cars, 72c. No. 2 yellow, 2 cars. 72c; 1 car.
71?c. No. 3 yellow, 12 cs.rs, 71c.No. 2
mixed. 3 cars, 71c. "No. 3 mixed, 6 cars,
71J1C! 3 cars, 71a No. 4 mixed, 1 car,
1 car, 71Mc. Oats: Standard, 1 car, 41'4c.
No. 3 white, 6 cars. 41c. No. 4 white, 1
car. 40o; 1 car, 40Hc.
umaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard, 83384c; No, 3 hard, 82S3c: No. 4
hard, 79HlVic: . No. 3 spring, '82H&S3c;
S?.i,.Bprlntr' ,8V4o: No. 2 durum,
82HQS3hc: No. 3 durum, S1V46S2HO. Corn:
No. 2 white, 7272Wc: No. 3 white, 72U
J2Uo; No. 4 white, lli71tto; No. 2 yel
low, 71?72c; No. 3 ydllow, 71V471c.
No. 4 yellow, 7071l4o; No, 2, 71io; No
.,WH871o: No. 4, 7171V4c; no grade,
pSHSTla Oats: No. 2 white, U41Jic:
standard, 4114c: TCo. 3 white. 41c; No.
4 "white, 40H4OKc. Barley; Malting, 6S
72c; No. 1 feed, 62g2c.
CHICAGO iQRAIIV AND PROVISIONS
Featarr of the Tradlnn- and Closlns
Prices on nonrd of Trade.
CHICAGO, Sept. 16. Big export sales
of Manitoba wheat at tho soaboard put
backbone today into tho market here.
Clos)ng prices were firm at HO&c to Ho
higher. Corn finished WPHC to o up and
oats with a gain of J4c to HffHe. Provisions-
closed Irregular, varying- from
2Hc lower to So advance.
Shippers here reported it harder to buy
than to sell wheat and declared that they
were unable to get any- today, although
offering 14044c advance for hard, winter.
Primary receipts were Joi than a year
ago and there was expected lb be a fur
ther slowing up of the movement, rnins
interfering in the nortihwest. In addi
tion, Paclflo coast ports were said to be
outbidding Minneapolis ,for the Montana
crop.
Wheat strength did not develop much
until nearly midday, Previous to that
time the market was) somewhat de
pressed, a liberal increase or the Eu
ropean visible supply counting against
prices. The bearB also had a temporary
advantage, owing to tree iiussian otter
ing and because of weakness at Winni
peg ,
in corn, as in wneai, mere was a oun
lsh flurry after midday. The Iowa state
report indicated that the yield would be
lighter than expected, the hoat during
the first seven days of this month having
permanently stopped the filling1 process
that usually takes place in September.
Before npon, however, prices were in
clined to sag as a result of plentiful
moisture, tending to Improve pastures.
Receivers here are counting on lighter
receipts next week.
Oats proved relatively firmer than
other grain. The best buyers were spec
ulators, who found they had oversold. .
Buying, thought to be for packers, ral
lied provisions late In the session. Pre
viously, rather free liquidating sales had
swayed the market downward. Most of
the trade waa in lard.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotation of the Day on Various
Commodities,
NEW YORK. Sept. m-FLOim-tfteady
spring patents, fl.604.f 4.70: winter straights.
4.lO4.20; winter patents, 14.403.00; spring
cleurs, $40Wr4i0; extra No. 1 winter,
I2.56tf3.75; extra Ho. 2 winter, S.S8OS,50.
WHEAT Spot barely steady: No. 2 red,
96c; No. 1 Duluth, 9Wlc: September, 96tto;
December. 9S'4c; May, $1.02V4.
HOPS-Flrm: state, common to
choice, IMS crop, 82CSc; 1912 crop. W20c;
Paclflo coast IMS crop. 22034c: 1912 crop,
18ff22c,
HIDES-Stendy; Bogota, 31UG32Hi
Central America, 304U31c,
PETROLEUM Steady; refined. New
York, bulk, 8.00; barrels. JS.70; eases,
111 00.
WOOL Steady; domcstlo fleece XX
Ohio. 26i$2c.
CORN Spot, easy; export, 83tte,
OATS Spot, steady: standard white,
49f49Hc; No. 3, 4S0NS4C
hay steady: standard, ii.w; no. 1.
11.05; No. 2. 95c: No. S. 85c
LEATHER Firm ; hemlock firsts. 2?S
30c: seconds, 2S(?29c
ntuviiiiunt- l'orK, -nenuy; mess,
12S.6O&24.00; family, $24:60820.60; short
clear, $S0.25Q,220. Beef, steady: mess,
J17.MVffl8.60; family, J19.OOfT20.00. Cut
meats, easy; pickled bellies, 10 to 14
pounds, lSftQUDi:; pickled hams, 15ic
Lard, steady: middle west, m.35ini.r
refined, steady; continent, 111.90; South
America. 312.65; compound easier: S9.00
09.25.
TALLOW yuiet; cuy, vw nominal;
country, GfJ6c: special, CVc.
BUTTER Firm: receipts, u.&ss tuns:
crtamery extras. Kirsznc; firsts, ssvMfl
Sic: process extras, zivnw, factory Juno
maxe iirnts, xaqi pacains sioch juno
make No. 1. 2JVMJ24C.
CHEESE Firm; receipts. 8,036 boxes:
rtate whole milk fresh white nnd colored
specials, IGWiettc; skims, lZftwiaHiO.
EUU otrong; receipts, jmsi cases;
fresh colored extras, 3lft33c: refrigerator
special marks fanoy, charges paid, 26V4c;
refrigerator firsts, 26026c; nearby hen
nery wnue. will;.
POULTRY Dressed, irregular: fresh
killed, western chickens. 19mOS4o: fowls.
l4Hl?Hc; turkeys. iSQWc.
ICanaan City Grain nnd Provisions,
KANSAS CITY, Sept 16. WHEAT No.
2 hard. 85ttg90c; No. 3. 8569ttc; No. 3.
85S89iio; No. 3 rea, ssMjvtcj No. 3, 90
QOSc.
CORN-No. 2 white, 7670Uc; No. 3,
75HST76C.
Closing prices or intures:
WHEAT December, 87Hc; March, 92Wc
CORN September, 75HCJ December, 7:54
72Hc; May, 75Kc ,
OATSNo. 2 white. 4Sc; No. 2 mixed,
42Wc
BUTTER Creamery, 30c; firsts, 29o;
seconds, 27c; packing, 22c. '
EOGS Firsts, 23c; seconds, 15c.
POULTRY Hens, lSo; roosters, 9c;
ducks, 10c; springs. 16c.
- .
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 16. J-WHEAT No.
1 hard, S3o; No. 1 northern, 86?i8Soi
No. 2 northern, 84H6Tic: No. 2 hard
Montana, 88Hc; No. 3, 82H84Ho; Septem
ber, 85Ho; December. 88H0; May, 8214093c.
FLQUR Unchanged.
BRAN Unchanged.
BARLEY Unchanged,
CORN No. 3 yellow, 70c
OATSNo. 3 white, 39J439fca
RYE No. 2, e062o,
tfr.AVll.4lUftl.mt.
St. Loals General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Bept 16. WHEAT No.. 2
red, 93094?ic; No. 2 hard. 833930 ; Sep
tember. 89-Hc; May. 9709714c
CORN-No. 2. 75H07c: No. 2 white, 7514
OTBKc: September, 73J4c: May, 73V4c
OATSNo. 2, 4li4c; No. 2 white, 4c;
September. 42HCJ May, 47H47ic.
RYE-7O075C.
Receipts. Shipments.
16.000 18,000
60,000 139,000
l.OOO 2S.000
49,000 R5.000
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cornfed, Cattle Easier, Others Are
Stronger and Aotivc.
HOGS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER,
Sheep Receipt Contlnne Irge and
Prices Strndr n Old Fat Bheep
and Feeders Feeder
Lambs I.6wer.
SOUTH OMAHA, Bept. 10, 1913.
Receipts were: battle. Hoes. Sheep.
Official Monday 9.746 2.777 44.0O4
issumaio Tuesday .... 8,000 6.W0 .wu
Two days this wcek.17,748 9.277 84.994
Same days last week.,18,044 7,948 105,973
Same days 2 wks. ngo.16,647 1 2.336 63,774
Pomo days 3 wks. ago. 15.236 9.6S6 35, SM
Bame days 4 wks. ngo.12.043 9,576 34,620
Same days last year. .17,763 9.2S7 63.405
The following table snows the rccelpW
of cattle, hogs and sheep at th South
Omaha live stock market rur the year to
date as compared with last yeart
... 11S- ' in- lnc' D?S
Cattle ....... 61fi.Tn 617,253 ....... .
Hoga 1.954.24 2,299.412 SIMM
Bheep .......1,752,732 1,646,992 205,740 .......
The following tabto shows the range pt
prices for hogs at 8ith Omaha tor ta
last few days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1913. 11912. HU.U10.UV09.11W.1W.
Ocorgc Holtlster Neb.
feeders.. 1003 7 6 8 heifers... 918
F. A. nnd R. A. Booker-Neb.
4 feeders.. f 7K 3 helfers...l003
2 Cows 895 S 76
F. K. Smith-Neb.
1 feeder... 840 7 3 fectiers.. 060
1 feeder... 6S0 6 00
Charles Booker Neb.
4 feeders. .1078 7 25 7 helfers...lOS0
E. L. Booker-Neb.
2 feeders., HX 7 25 3 heifers... 976
H. Tatham Wyo. .
2 feeder. , M0 6 25 10 feeders.. 930
43 feeders., ras 7 60 41 cs&hfrs.
6 COWS...,. 939 6 05
Joe Sharrt Wyo.
14 feeders.. 1014 6 00 3 cows 990
6 20
6 20
6 75
6 20
6 20
7 60
660
6 3T
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Operation on Long: SJde Meet with
Indifferent Success,
NEW HAVEN AT NEW LOW MARK
Rlftlnir Tendency of Money Market
Operates Airnlnst Continuation
of the Active Dnlt More
' nierni.
2 bulls.... .1350 6 35
Sept
Bept.
Hept
Sept
Sept
Sept
fcept
Bept
Sept
Sept
Sept.
7 80V4I
7 Ki
8 08J4
T 875
7S9V
7 96UI
(
6 &
8 39
8 35
8 33
8 Sol
S 33
8 43
8 43
6 92 9 Oil 7 S71 I
6 941 9 W 7 9fl 6 61
1 1U
7 Sj
6 93
697
7 01
6 91
6 80
6 86
6 78
6 81
8 91
9 05
9 131
9 27
9 15
8 16
8 86
R 83
7 SS
7 83
7 93
7 93
8 061
6 641
6C9(
0 3S
6
6 71
I
6 86
6 991
8 00 834
S II
683
5 St
S 83
5 ill
6 88
6 SS
687
5 90
1 COW..,,.. 940 4 75
E COWS 10W 6 35
J. H. Dctro-Wyo.
15 heifers... 783 6 60 40 feeders., 850 6 0S
HOQ8 The market opened out slow,
but In very fair shape, first sales being
made pn a 60 higher basis. After possi
bly half of tho hogs had boon sold prices
slipped a little, and from that time on
values were generally woaker than the
early market or strong, and In somo
cases strong to 6c better than on Monday.
At no time did the market regain all Its
lost ground, and the trade closed with
a part of the early advance lost Prices
w.eL" . SfP'rntly quoted as strong to a
nickel higher than yesterday's average.
Trade was rather draggy nil the way
through, but owing to the moderate
supply a reasonably early clearance was
nede. Shippers bought several loads at
strengthened figures, paying as high as
3105 for some choice stuff. Bulk of the
sales was made at S7.90jr7.95, while a
range of iMontaflh L.. in ,r.nti..ii
! of the packers' purchases.
.'"W" topay numbered about a cars,
pr 5,600 head, making tho total for the
two days in the nelghborood of S.27L
JH" V 1ver ,"r"er tr the same
jlajs last week, but la a shortage of 1,000
a? ?0nPrcd with the corresponding
davs of last year.
iicpreaentattr Bales:
No,
Flour, bbls
Wheat bu
Corn, bu.,,
OatB, bu...
1
Has Imltalcrs Bat Ho Ccrapaliters.
Sate, Speedy and Potltire Cure for
Curt. BfUnt Sweeay, 0td KmV,
Stniac ttniott, JToundtr, Wind
u2, and all Uaiatu from Spirts,
SlatVoa and ether btar tnmeri.
Out all sUa dlatutl er Yarultu,
xbraia, llphtheri. SemoTM all
Snathes tna Ilortes or C&ttl.
8r' Ufj'toriJretltc" in'VSti'itufe
VTrrnUl to rlT MUtUetlsB. flc SI, (ft
pr bcttl. toia by druf etiu, cr Mitt b x
trM. eturrci Mid. with roll dlnctlsni tar
lu um. tirstnd far
dftierlDtlva ttlrcnlu-B.
Uwrence-Wllllimt C.,Cltlni, 0,
SELDOM SEE
Iilverpool Oraln Market.
LIVERPOOL, Sept 16v--WHEAT-Spot,
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 6d; No. 2,
7s 6d; No. 3, 7s 3d. Futures, easy; Oc
tober, 7s lWd; December, 7s Hid.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed.
6s8Vid. Future, eusyj October, IsZW;
December, 6s 6Hd.
Cotton Sfarker.
JCBW "JTORIC- Sept 6.i-iOTTON-iSpof,
steady; middling upland, 13.25c; gulf,
13.60c.
Cotton futures closed steady: Septem
ber, 13.08c; Octpber, 13.04c; November,
12.95c; December, 1100c; January, 12.92c;
March. 12.99c: May. 13.05c: July. is.01c.
LIVKRPOOL, Sept. 16.-COTTON-Spot
In limited demand; prices easier; mid
dling rair, (.via; gooa miaanng, 7.71 d;
middling, 7.45d; low middling, 7.71 d; mid
dling, 7.45J; low middling, 7.23d: good
ordinary, 6.67d; ordinary, 6.25d. Sales 4,000
bales.
Cotton closed steady net 3 points lower
to 1 point mgner.
Mr4nl Market.
NEW YORK. Sept 16.-M1STAL8 Lead,
steady, $4.70 bid; In London, 20 10s.
Spelter, quiet; S5.83SC.D3; London, 21 6s.
Copper, firm: standard, spot. S16.00tBi6.KO!
September, October and November, 116.00
WiD.tum, eieciruiyuu, fio.siyfii.w; laKe,
$17.00; casting. S16.62H16.76; In London,
Quiet; spot 170 2s Cd; futures, 74 13s 9d.
Tin. steady: spot. S42.76ff43.O0! SeDtember.
142.7204300; October, S42.67Wff43.76; No
vember. S42.50iW2.67H: in London, aulett
spot, 191 10s; futures, 194. Antimony, dull;
. . . I .ft U Ml - "
V.00KB011 e, fo.tjj. iron, urm ana un
changed; in London, Cleveland warrants,
64s 4Ud. '
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 16. METALS Lead,
dull at S4.62JMN.70. Spelter, nominal,
K.-mi.!0.
St. Lonla Lire Stock Market.
BT. LOUIS. Mo Sept 16. CATTLE
Receipts, ifi.ow neaa; market I0l6c
nicncr; gooa to cnoice steers, 37.mws.C0
stockers and feeders. S5.25S7.60: cows and
heifers. S4.7608.76; bulls, S5.760d.76; calves.
.vuwiu.bu; souinern steers, w.wjfj.is;
cows ana neiiers, . w.
HOGS Receipts. 6.900 head: market
lOco .higher; pigs and lights, 86.2506.06;
mixed and butchers, SS.660S.95; good
heavy. SS.460S.76.
SHEEP AND LAMBS RecelDta. 3.60)
head; Iambs, 10c lower; muttons, S3.25
4.00: yearlings. S5.COft0.00: lambs. SS.60
7.3a.
Indicates Sunday.
CATTLE There waa another big run ot
cattle today, SIS cars being reported In,
this makes the total for the two days
this week 17,736, slightly smaller than for
the same days last week and about the
tame as the corresponding period a year
ago.
The demand for western beef steers was
very active ngitln this morning. The
market spened early with prices generally
a little stronger than yesterday. A con
siderable proportion ot all the catilo of
that description In sight changed hands
In good season. ,
Cornfed beeves were In larger supply
than, has been the case on a good many
days of lato and as prices for that kind
of cattle have been very high buyers took
advantage of the situation to bear the
market a little. Prices on this kind of
cattle were anywhere from weak to as
much'-as lOo lower. -
Cows and holfors were In g'pd .de
mand and a little stronger again than
yesterday. All kinds ot butcher stouK
wero free sellers and the market as u
whole In a good healthy condition.
. Ktrukr still fAlAr!i were BBaln In
active demand and all desirable kind
were free Boilers and the' mantel as a
whole In a good healthy condition. .
Htnrknrn and feeder, were again in
active demand and all desirable kinds
were free sellers at prices utuo sironKur
again than yesterday. The supply ot
(pMinp -nttl has not been very large
so far this week, while the demand has
been very good, rreity, mucn every;
Hilncr In th wav of desirable feeders ana
stockers In first hands sold early In the
forenoon. . , . ,
rtnnfatlnnB nn Pfltftfe! OaoA 'tO CnOlCS
cornfed beef steers. 8S.2O09.OO; fair to good
cornfed beef steers. S7.90SS.20; common
to fair cornfed beat steers, ii.wwi.vj;
good to cnoice runae ucavu, i.mwi.ii,.
fair to good range .oeeves, . 3.vi
rammnn to fair range beeves,
S5.6O0.6O; good to choice heifers, 84.239
7,Zo; rnir to cnoice cuw, fn.vsvi.uvi mir
to good grades, 33.2600.00; common to
rnir rrrniH. I3.26c.oo: good to ohotce
MocJtcra and feeders. 6.B608.O9i ! fair to
mnA tnrkrs ana. leeaers. mt.mmnjn,.
cemmon to fair stockers, $5.76e)&23; etook
cows anu neiters, .ibwo.w, icoivob,
S6.OQ09.uQ: bulls, Btaga etc. .wuMtuv.
ueprescninuve saies;
BEEF STEERS.
No. At. Pr. tn. at. rr.
1. .. ..I" t.f.,.., .., BW
II. ....... ..- It...!;..., Jill I
BTr.cJlia AMI' iiuirx.a,
ttl 36- , v
, 770 ,: 4. 1071 5 jo
, iu 4' 00 1 urn 1 to
, too k4 00 Ji..,.,t...., n
mid 4 to 11..!..:..... m 1 is
.no.4.Ti........... s la
HEIFKRo.
too s w- . 1
Artcls.l Open.
Wheatl
Bept 1
Dec-
May.
Corn
Bept
Dec.
May.
Oats
Sept
Dec.
May.
Pork
Jan.
May.
Lara
Jan.
May.
Ribs
Jan
May.
88U
9GV141)
73073'
72H0H
4H4
4ST4
19 60
19 80
10 82H
11 W
10 26
10 60
High. I Low. I CloBe.Yea'y.
74'i
71
7SH
42H0y41
47H
19 67H
10 85
Itoo
10 60
SVi 88 S$
' 964 967i KM
72 74H 73H
7(, 71H0 714
72 730J3H 72
41M 42J4 41
43H0i H 43ft44
W 4T4
I9 60 19 62 19 65
19 70 19 80 19 S2H
10 80 10 85 10 SZ,
10 93 10 97H 10 9754
011 00
10 22ft 10 42ft 10 37ft
10 47ft 10 65 10 62ft
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat; No. 2
red, 92V409Sftc; No. 3 red, 9092ftc; No. 2
hard, 8$089ftc; No. 3 hard, 68069c; No.
2 northern, 90092c; No. 3 northers, 880
90?; No. 2 spring, 90031c; NO. 3 spring,
t80Oe; velvet chaff. 870KOftc; rurum, 87
91c Corn: No. 2. 7374ftc; No. 2 white.
a big knee like thii, but your hoe 730751: No. 2 white, 74874ftcirNo. j
may have a bunch or bruise on hit
a-Li. ti u c,:n. v- -t-i .
will clean it oil without laying the
horse up. No blister, no balr
zone. i2oncentrated--only a few
drop! required at an application. 2 per
twttlf dtUt titd. Ducrtbe roar raw far imcUI lutractloa
M Book IK free. ABSORH1NE. JR.. udmck
Cnliwnl lor ctnUad. Keinctl Pilalol IwtlUaxi. Ea.
tuiH Cliaili. Colttc, W'tnl. Braltca. VtrlcoM Vdat,
Vutoada. OU (srn. AlUjri Pla. rrk SI ud 83 8
fecal u tnuita 01 ittiruct. Umttcouti ealr by
K, f. mWiKo. FM104 Tftmpt it, 6frlo.llid, Hut
MONEY IIM GRAIN
yellow. 7S054HQ. Oau: No, 2 white,
43'iHS4c; No. 3 whit. 42043c: standard.
42043c. Rye: No. 2. 67ftc. Barley; 60
81. Timothy: S4.6O0J.6O. Clover: $9,000
10.75. Pork: $22.50. Lard: lI.02ft4WLOS.
Ribs: SlQ.S7ft0U.26.
Key to the filtuatlon-Bce Advertising.
LEGAL. XOTICE8.
NOTICE TO BIDPERS,
Sealed bids will be received af the of flea
of the City Clerk at Schuyler, Nebraska.
up to September ti. 1913, for the following:
Painting fcUjidplpo Inside and out Dl-
ameter 13 feet height 1G0 feet
FUntlng smoktstack. Diameter 3 feet.
U bui. .puts or. rail, on 10,000 boibcli at whtit neiVt- .nU.nrk. Tll.m.... .
cr corn. No further rUk. A moTtount of tt Irom I . ...v. . wi,
orlca strei rou . ttuac to Uk 4M0 4e. 1400 l I height W feet
so, otr Write for prtl. ulut. riiuneo Braktr , Painting roof of power house, about
at Co. Pmk J nn Bide Kuu City Mo. 2,600 square feet, 6(tdl9t,
ICrniMi Cll- Lire stoek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. BeDt. 16. CAT.
TLB Receipts, 23,000 head; market
steady to strong; prime fed steers, SS.fO
09.30; dressed beef steers, S7.CO08.CO;
western steers, f7.wiis.4o; souinern steers.
S5.50S7.75: COWS. $4.0007.00: hellers, S5.00rfi
8.7a; fitocuers anu leeaers, o.was.
buns. I4.hmm.is: caives. J8.uuiiiu.uu.
HODS Receipts. 6.000 head; market 10
020c higher; bulk, $8.2008.60; heavy, M.20
Wi.w, pacKers ana Dutcners, .aMin
Ueht. $8.1008.63: Digs. $6.0007.60.
attElSl' AINU iiecbiius, l.,wj
head; market steady to Z5c lower: lamus,
$6.6007.16; yearlings, Sl.6006.00; wethers,
$4 2304.60; ewes, $16004.00.
Hlnnv rifr Lire Stock Stnrket
SIOUX CITY. Ia., Sept. 16.-CATTLB-
rjv. Vt ao r4 mtirVAt firm: native
feeders. S5.W07.OO; calves. $7.0009.50
-..11. -KrTM air $4 FA7tfV70.
6.600 head: market
.linnr; heavy. $7.70W7.80: mixed, $7,804
7.90; lights, $7.8.00; bulk of sales, $7.78t
7-S5' t llfni!11.A.lnt. I Tift
head; market steady; fed muttons.$4 uga
11 no; wethers. J3.7601.W1 owes, o.w4i,
lambs, yi.wai.vj.
Coffre Market.
umv vnnK. BeDt 16. COFFEE
Higher European cubles and reports of a
firmer com mm ire. . .r-
opening advance of 7 to 10 points in the
coffee market today. Prices eased off
later under realising. The close was
barely steady, net unchanged to 6 points
lower. October, 8.61c; December, 8.77c;
January. 8.060; March. 9.0Cc; May. 9.19c:
July, 9.31c. Spot steady; Rio No. 7, 9ftc;
Santos No. 4, 12c Muld, dull; Cordova,
12Vt01GC.
I T7TT7TT. . .
Lire aiocit in sum,
Receipts of live stock a the six prin
cipal western markets:
Bioux City 1.600 6,500 4.600
South Omaha J.O0O 6.6W 40,001
St. Joseph 1.700 6.000 6,000
Kansas City .a.ooo e,ooo 12.000
St. Louis 15,000 6,900 3,600
Chicago ... 2.600 13.00Q 45,000
Total receipts.
AT.
....1V
...ta
...111
...SSI
.. j;t
...it
...7
...I7T
...lot
...M7
...151
...!:
...:t
...MO
...101
,..t2
...111
...141
M..,....Jl
(0.. .....184
11 Ul
if 411
CI 294
14 110
I IK
w.......r:i
(I U7
12 171
II tto
U. ......111
131
I, ..
SI...
...
n...
it...
11..,
T4...
.,,
,..
It...
II...
a...
to...
71...
71...
Bh. Pr. No. Av, Rh. rr,
:tic I f 41 si 7i
iS 2!' a t
M0 1 M M 194 44 7 PS
... 7 U 14 171 100 T 9S
J S 4 10 IN IK
1 t 7 7 H 1H
... 1 K 16 Ul 0 7 K
J 41 UT 40 TW
7 H .....,.14l ... T K
HO .7 SO Tl 147 100 7 M
0 T 00 H Ml ... T K
7 N 11 tSU ... 7 W
40 7 M 74. ......Ml 40 7 OS
W T 90 7S.. US M 7 H
... 7 M 17 Ul 10 7 W
... 7 10 41 I 110 7 IK
M 7 SO S MS ,,, 7 IS
... I ' 7S 231 110 7 nA
7 10 to,, 171 ISO S 00
... ' 41 lit ... 100
110. 7 0 7 Ul ... 100
40 7 M to IJ7 40 I w
... t S7 ...lit ... 104
40 7 0 St., 170 W.JH
... 7 tO 0 1U 1M S10
... 7 SO St 101 40 S 10
... 7 M 14. ...... 101 ... t SO
110 7 10 0.,.,.,.17 ... I U
40 7 tn 11 l.m ... SO
10 7 M'fc It XI (0 I ft
40 7 UH 71 DO 110 I 16
... 7 UU II 1U ...
PIQB.
.... SIS II ... 176
10..
1...!
2...,
S..
1....
14...
1...
1...
II...
1...
3...
1...
IS...
I...
11...
IS...
No.
,170 6 10
KftS- S-40 - 1
nM 'MBTAaa
Halves.
, 440 TS S
, too It 7S 1
Ill 7 So 1
'tjTOCKElS AND FEEDERS.
4S0 I 78 1 Ml '
I SCO Q SO 4 1012 7 00
........ W U 1 1101 7 00
, ' , . 423 4 63 S 1110 . 7 OS
IIS 175 li.. 40 710
. 111 4 7. 14 llP 7 16
WESTERNS NEBRASKA
.1340" S H
ioo t oo
ieo t so
170 1 tO
Av. Pr,
HI ateers...l203 6 95
12 eteers..1058 7 00
14 feederB.,1085 7 20
4 steers.... 942 6 30
71 heifers... 984 B 36
19 cowe 1021 e Ul
16 cows 995 6 06
17 feeders..H91 7 15
6 feeders.. 714 e w
1 feeder... 630 S 40
20 feede.rs,.112S 6 75
63 feedors.,1047 7 40
11 heifers... to o w
Veows..,..1017 20
65 cows,.... 827 6 60
40 feeders. 1026 7 40
11 feeders..l009 7 is
17 feeders.. 998 7 15
29 feeders.. 931 6 60
48 feeders,. 914, 6 75
6 78
No. A v. Pr.
IS feeders.. 1142 7 25
IV feeders-. ,1101 7 30
60 feeders.. 1197 7 25
2 cows. .,..1016. 6 60
6 heifers.., 984 6 60
45 feeders,. 1036 7 10
42 feeders.. 1244 7 15
2 feeders., 830 7 00
2 feeden.. 716 6 40
10 cow 1094 6 00
37 feeders. .1252 7 40
9 feeders.. 1057 7 40
3 heifers... 916 6 60
.73 calves., 283. S 00
17 cows 845 6 60
69 feeders. ,1003 7 40
10 feeders. ,101S 7 15
13 feeders.. 1059 7 15
60 feeders.. 1000 7 CO
61 feeders.. 922 6 75
66 feeders., 916 9 75
M feeders.. 92!
40 feeders.. 944 70
WlUillfiU.
19 steers,. ..1129 7 16 3 steers., ..1176 7 15
1 calf,,.... 220 7 75
2 calves.., 185. 8 75
42 feeders.. 11U 7 65
40 fltoern.... 943 6 35
18 steers.. ..1106 6 80
4 steers.... 909 6 35
7 heifers... 685 7 25
41 steers.... 984 6 85
14 feeders.. 1005 6 40
! 60
718
..61.700 41.900 110,000
New York Dry Goods.
NEW YORK. 8ept 16.-DRY GOODS
Cotton goods market rules firm with de
mand less active. Cotton yarns rule very
firm. Silk ribbons are active
9 steers.... 954 6 65
2 calves... 300 7 75
1 calf 250' 7 76
18 steers.... 879 0 75
45 steers.... 901 6 35
8 steers. ...1127 6 90
24 feeders.. 858 1 20
S COWS SoU 5 85
47 steers.... 951 6 40
w. e. iJucnanan vvyo.
17 steers.. ..1083 6 90
is. a. Leacn wyo.
14 feeders..l062 6 60 7 feeders., 978
V, L. Tlllatson-Wyo.
22 feeders.. 1067 6 40
J. M. Qentry-Neb.
24 feeders.. 1252 7 30 19 feeders.. 1115
J. M. Nehllng-Neb.
12 heifers... 746 6 40 6 cows 963 S 80
II. Karthlng-Wyo.
66 feeders.. 1293 8 30 7 feeders.. 1248 7 60
C. C. Corr-8. D.
15 steer 1141 6 75 37 steers.. ..1106 6 75
9 steers. ...1077 6 25 1 cow .1140 6 00
L. E. Carr S, D,
45 steers.. ..1114 6 75 9 steers.. ..1082 6 26
Petty & Tubbs-fl. D.
9 steers.. ..1031. ,6 90 19 cows,.... 846 S 85
F. M. Helnrlck-Mont.
1 steer 1200 C 25 17. steers.. ..1168 7 25
17 steers.. ..1360 8 00 13 lielfers.,.1064 7 00
3 cows. ..w 996 6 00 14 steers.. ..1086 C10
6 heifers... 760 6 75 10 cows 1014 6 63
Fred Nelson Colo.
29 feeders.. 967 7 00 10 feeders.. ACT 6 65
16 heifers... 906 6 16 10 cows 958 C 75
Charles Nelson Colo. "
17 feeders,. 982 7 15" 12 cows 993
reuonuoio. .
7 16
& Tiernan Neb.
4 00 1 bull 1570
6 90
F. Wauhlbach-Neb.
.1060 6 SO 10 heifers... 933
John Dermer Neb.
16$ feeders.1126 7 03
R. M. Faddls Neb.
6 steers. ...1235 e 85 81 feeders.,1279
Hunter & Hunter Wyo.
26 feeders. .1013 7 40 25 feeders.. SOI
63 feeders,. 812 7 40 61 feeders.. 915
42 feeders.. 903 7 o '
First State Rank of Laramie Wyo.
37 feeders. .1107 6 80 19 feeders. .1185 ,6 m
4 steers.... 94? 6 60 9 steers. ...1123 6 3$
Carpenter & Nlmms Wyo.
44 feeders.. 1173 7 95 21 heifers... 913 6 60
J cows 1076 6 00
W. E. Buchanan Wyo.
2 steers. ...1135 6 90 1 steer U.10 6 90
4 steers..., 962 6 40
SOUTH DAKOTA.
15 steers... 1097 7 00 22 feeders. .1102 7 3)
95 steers 1142 7 20
pOLORADO.
23 feeders. 1007 90
8.
8 feeders. . 972
Burk
6 cows..... 92S
15 cows 10S3
11 cows.
6 13
6 23
7S
7 60
7 40
7 40
J?r.
6 S3
6 80
6 80
6 35
C 85
6 33
6 00
600
615
6 IS
6 S3
630
4 33
6 00
3 00
6 39
6 10
6 86
6 25
25
6 85
3 '98
6145
5 CO
6 25
600
3 85
3 23
3 25
3 75
3 80
0 45
35
6 CO
6 35
6 33
3 23
8 80
3 SO
625
3 23
4 85
6 3",
6 10
6 35
IS
6 35
8 10
6 33
6 85
6 16
6 65
6 25
8 15
3 60
1 20
5 85
3 25
4 80
6 40
6 40
6 40
3 90
6 35
6 35
.6 35
SO 14
4i.. in ... ti-tt
BIIEI2F The hltr attraction Waa feeders.
both lambs and aged offerings, the supply
and number of buyers being large if
anything, buyers were more numerous
man yesterday and an active trade took
place at good strong prices. On the
whole, tho Quality of the feeder recelnta
was not 'quite as good as on Monday, but
the range of prices was praetlcally the
same. A seasonable clearance of any
thing in the feeding line was made again
toaay, tnus snowing a continuance of a
strong, healthy demand from the country.
The supply of fat stuff was also fairly
large for a Tuesday and. for some little
time babk, the bulk of the offerings con
sisted of lambs. While some soles of
lambs wero made at about steady figures
early in the day a little later on the
market seemed to weaken and prices had
a lower tendency, the decline Vlng 199
16c. No tonpy lambs or sheep were' here.
Another tight supply of mutton waa on
hand and. aa on yesterday, sales Indi
cated ho important change in tha tradn.
In fact, so few wethers and yearlings
hnve been coming In of tate that It Is
difficult to make nrlee rnmnnrlimn
Some 161 cars, or 40,000 head, made up
todaya supply, which was arcund normal
tor uiis time oi tne year. The pig end
of the receipt was again on tho feedlnu
uiusr.
Quotations on shen and tavnhat Tuk.
good to choice, S7.2607.S5; lambs, fair to
uoou, o.ww.ie; jomna. culls, 5.(CuO;
lamps, feeders, 6.254j.60; yearlings, good
to choice. S3.&0&5.7i vearlltm. tn
good. S6.I31Ttt.60: vearllnra. f,.1.r- u run
6.601 wethers; good to choice. ih&mM
wctners, rair to good, $4.O0l.2J; wethers,
. i. 'UU,--J' PHB". gooa ,to cnowe,
$4.0O4.15; ewes, fair to good, fS.76af4.00;
ewes, feeders. SS.OOtSlfiO: null .VnLn maA
. - r, "
Representative sales:
No- Av.
1,203 Idaho lambs ju
104 Wyoming .Iambs 77
181 Wyoming iambs 66
103 Idaho feeder lambs , 6g
209 Idaho feeder lambs B7
1,603 Idaho feeder lambs 69
107 Idaho feeder lambs ., 49
127 Idaho feeder lambs 4S
1,543 Idaho feeder lambs 61
316 Idaho feeder lambs ........ 61
177 Wyoming reeder lambs .... 61
216 Wyoming feeder lamha ..... 66
429 Idaho wethers , 91
219 Idaho yearlings 72
ids Wyoming reeaer ewes 110
94 Utah feeder lamb ......... 67
266 Utah feeder lambs 67
61 Utah cull feeder lamos ..... 49
117 Utah feeder iambs 67
216 Utah feeder iambs 69
005 Utah lambs , 71
1SS Utah feeder lambs 106
230 Utah feeder lambs 60
69 Utah feeder lamos si
170 Utah feeder lamb ,,. 61
S3 utan yeanings w
97 Utah ewes 117
310 "Wyoming feeder ewes 85
333 Wyoming feeder ewes 90
63 Wyoming ewes vi
100 Wyoming ewes ,..,,,103
1 finwvnmlnc feeder lambs..-. 61
176 Wyoming feeder lambs..., 66
46 Wyoming iceuer iimm,,,, 49
666 Wyoming feeder lambs..,. 66
346 Wyoming feeder lambs,.., 64
211 Wyoming ewes at
69 Wyoming ewes . S3
63 Wyoming ewes 102
261 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 84
129 Wyoming feeder ewes 90
118 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 76
388 Wyoming feeder lambs 64
72 Wyoming feeder lambs 61
696 Idaho feeder lamb 67
148 Idaho feeder lambs... 65
835 Wyoming -feeder lambs 65
119 Wyoming feeder Jambs 44
701 Wyoming feeder lambs 64
791 Utah feeder lambs 6S
68 Utah feeder lambs 54
174 Utah feeder lambs 49
324 Idaho feeder lambs 65
19S Wyoming feeder ewes ..... 87
1.019 Idaho feeder ewes 98
935 Utah feeder ewes 101
140 Idaho (feeder ewes 100
189 Nebraika feeder ewes. . 95
489 Idaho yearlings & wethers.. 106
M Idaho feeder lambs 6
280 Idaho feeder lambs 68
336 Idaho feeder lambs 68
249 Wyoming ewes......... 1
22 Wyoming feeder Iambs 64
122 Wyoming reeaer iamos.,.,.oj
243 Wyoming, feeder lambs...... 64
CHICAGO LIVE BTOCIC MARKET
Cattle Slovr, Qeuerally Steady.
ntcadr to Hlnber.
rMTrAflo BeDt. 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.600 head; rjiorket slow and gen--..llr.
.Kiilv heeves. S6.60ft9.25: Texas
is 7&aTM: western steers. $6.10
8.25) stockers nd feeders.l$5..w; cow.
and neirers, tiwifiwi awi w;
IIOOB Receipts, JO.WJ
.il.ju n .iiari hltrher: bulk of sales.
W.90B8.45! light. $8.2509.00; mixed. $7.65
9.66; heavy, S7.60S8.65; rough, $7.wyi.7S;
li ERP AND LAMDS Receluts, 45.000
h,9i, marxet steady w w ,
fX-M T. w.f.rn. tl.76M4.75i vear
llnis. $4.kH76; native lambs. $3.50&7.2S;
westerns, $5.7SQ7.30.
NEW YORK. Rent. 16 Onorallons nn
the long side, resumed tn the 'stock mar
ket today, met with Indifferent success.
Tho pronounced rise of a few leaders
failed to arouse enthusiasm and trading
lacked the breadth of last week.
Reading apparently was selected as the
eader In attemots td bid "UD tht list
Copper shares, too, were in favor by
reason of the further decrease in Euro
pean supply and the advancing price of
tne metal. Heading under the spur 01
consistent bidding, mounted more than
points to 169V4. the highest figure
of the year, Amalgamated also made a
new high record for the year by rising
points to hw. Canadian l'acinc na
anecd 6 points. Various others of tha
standard shares made gains of a point
or moro, but fluctuations were variable.
Toward the close selling pressure became
greater and many galns'wero eliminated.
New Haven fell to a now low record at
SSH.
The rising tendency of the money mar
ket operated against continuation 'of the.
active bull movement Money rates; which
were advanced all around Yesterday, neid
strong today. Foreign exchange rate
again weakened and there was much dis
cussion of the possibility ot cold im
ports.
Most leading bonda were inclined to sen
off, but there were points of strength
among tne less active issues, lotai sales,
par value, $1,637,000.
united mates xa, registered, aecunea
and tha 4s, registered. U on call. Sales of
the 2s. reclstered. were niade at Vni.
compared with 97K yesterday and 9SK last
we ok.
Number and sales of leading Quotations
on stacks were as follows: ,
Btrm. liltb. Lav. Cloae.
AmtltimtUd ODMr ... 10.100 MM 7SU TtK
Amtrtrsn AKTIcultuml
Amtrlcu Pert Buir .... Mo UV.
AaiMleu Can ...... 41,000 ITU
American On pta ...... too NK
Amtrlran O. P em 47t
Amtrlctn Cotton Oil .... 200 IIK
Amorlcan ico Btcurttlt. ...... .....
Ametirta IJnaood
Amtrlran bocomoUre..., too lH'
American 8. A It 1,100 70ti
American a & 11. vra... zso 101
American Suiar lUflnlng So ill
Arctrlcan T. T 3W Uln
Anarloan Tobacco 800 140
Anaconda Mining Co.... 1300 SI4t
Atehinn 1.400 MH
Atcblnon ptO 4W) M
Atlantis Coait Una .....
Baltimore A Ohio 70S w
nathtahem staal COO 17
tlraskltrn RaBld Transit.. 1.700 tOt
Canadian racino 11.400 !3U 2&tt
Central Matner i o zH , J
Ctieaapeako A Ohio ...... 1.100 to " 04
Chlcacn Oreat weaiarn... an at
Chlcato, It, fc . P.... 4.100 lottt
Chicago at narumiwn auo irota
Colorado F. I l.tOO IM
. ...... . r. ff ...
cooaQiiaaAvu ua........ wv
Com Prwtucta l,.(w UV
Daiawars a iiuaaen,.....- w mil
Dtnrar A It. a
Denrtr & It. O. rtd.... 100 3S
Dlaslllarr securltlta .... 4o ltti
7la , 2.900 S0
Krla lit pr 4W M
Erla tl pta
Oanaral Blactrio KO 1474
Oreat Northarn pf 1.
Oroat Nonhcra Or etta e,10U 31
Iiunoia uonirai ...(.. ......
Intarboronib.Mat ....... t 0O
Inttr.-Mat. pfd. ........ 7.0O0
Intamallon! ItarreaUr,. JW
Intar.-Marlne pH.. ...... ......
International raper
Istarnatlonai rump ...... .
Kanaaa CUr Boutbtm
LacImIo Has ............
Las ah Valler l.fJ
LoulavlM & KauthTllla,. 4M 1I7U
M BI, F. 8. we 1,. aw if9U
Mlaaourl. K. a T f IH4
Mlaaourt racltlo , 700 SOVi
National Bticsit , .....
National Lkad SOO 41H
N, St. It, of m. a pro..
ttu
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tr
41.
1M
11
1HV4
lit
Ho
J
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tl
tsu
S7H
14U
107
110
S1H
41
14
KU
tl
4741
41
S3
tu.
154
lWTa
111
111
1
ItK
tSUj
17 H
m
114
n
214t
14
o
14
107U
1U14 1M1
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15T4 15U
110U U0S4
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loo'
ism
1I4H 117
IN 1HU
tt X
SOVi i
..... llaStj
U 4U
New York Central 2.700 tTH M
New York, O. AW H
Norfolk A Weatem 1.690 JMH 1MM 10t.
North' American ......... ..... ., 7JJ4
Northern 1-acltlo 3.4CO .11454 114 1UV
Paoine Hail
rtnnerlranla
,,
1.040 1UH ,U
1,600 U4U 111
loonla'a aae
r. u. c. a tti, u. .
Wttehunh Coal .. a00- H4 U
treated BUal Car 200 33 ' 3114
Pullman Talace CSar.,.., ...... ..
Haadlnc 43.S00 1H 1J4H
llrpubtle Iron ,tt Bteel.. 1,700 34H 34H
Jlepnblle 1. ft B. pt ..' .....
Hock leland. Co...". I.2.M0 17Ji J7W
llock leland Co. pld 700 . 27a, 44
fit. U A B. V. Id ;
fl.haard Air LAam
Beaboard Air Una pfd.. too
81eaa-Sheffleld 8. A I.. ,106
Bouthara laeiria ........ 34,700
Bouthera Hallway 900
Boutbem IUllwtr ptd.... 100
iWmHiu Connor SOO
Taiaa A Pacltto ,-. SOO
union r&cino
4IU
H
ti
15V4
to
UH
II
113
1UH
tt
2St
113
1I7K
34U
tK
JSlt
4414
i
7H4
33K
II-
Union I'acltlo pfd.
United Btatea ataaltr
44U
3114
29v2
SO
33
II
W.M .a..., ...as
.... ai.aw ...to
.... ...... ..... . 3314
,tMN7
vniiea maira ivuupvr.... w .t
United Biatee Btoal .... (4.SO0 eH
United Btatea Steal ptd.. 300 10IH
Utah Copper 1.300 tJj
Va. Carolina Oieo KW U
Wabuh
ITaMuib pfd ...
Weatera Manrlaal ...
Wtetera union
Weatlntbouac Klestrte,.,, 1,100 7$Vt
wnaeting ta "" v""
Total e salts tor u or, ,sw aaana.
84 II
(S V4
1WV4 10tt4
EI14 KH
at. Josenb Live Htoclc Morket.
BT. JOSEPH. Sept. 1S.-QATTLB Ile-
eelDt. 1.700 head: marKei strong to a
shade higher; steers. $3.k2tS: cows and
herfe?s, $I00.; calves. 4.O04H0.00.
itonfe-necelpts. 6,000 head.: market
steady to strong; top, $8.60; bulk of sales,
BIIBEP AND IiAMDSr-Hecelpts, S.000
head; market dull and lower; iamb, $6,90
C7.20.
8ntvr Market.
NinV YOJIK, Sept, l.-8UOAIt naw,
barely steady; muscovado, J.23c; centrifu
gal. 173c; molaiaes, 19Sc. Refined,
steady; crushed, 6.60c; fine granulated,
4.60c, powdered. 4.90c.
Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising.
33H
7m
3m
414
1214
40
ft
73
Nevr Tork Money Market.
mjt.w vnniv. Bent. MONET On
Mtt Uoaa ir Mntt rultnaf' rat p.. S
Tr Vents' Pioslng, 2?i3 per cent. Tlrao
cent: ninety days, 4V4WK per cent; lx
months. 6 per cent. . rtt
PltiMia.Mi;jiuArixj-.ni -aj-jv-w7o
ver cent, mening exenanao, mw. i
34.1230 for sixty days, $4.8660 for domand.
Commerolal Uh,UM. ,
HILiVJOlV uar, WW, Mexican UQiiari,
45c. A ...
BONDH uovernment, w?ai rsuirvau,
easy. ... , . .
ClOBlng quotauona on oonjis war wc
s follows: .
U. 8. rat Sa rag.,,, tr 'japsa itt "i.
GO coupon IW"1. l do. rwi u,.
U. B. 3a Ttt J0W4 I H. 000. in i
do coupon ,.,,i...iuin J a n. uui. . nti
U. 8. 4 rag los wfm. a. A T. in ta ain
do coupon 110 do sen. 4Ua 13
Panama Sa coupon.. WU 'Mo. jyacltlo If 33
A.-C. lat S etfa... 4IJ do conr. W......
Am. AS, 0a a , nra. ei ja. ana.
A. T. T. er Ia..t0l V. C . 33
Am. Tobaceo .... J1S do dab. 4 0J4
AraoU;ACo4H...tlJ4'N. Y. N. 11. A
Atchlaon sen. 4a.... 9514 H. or, JHa......... 73
do ot a ww,....- .v "
do ov ta 100H Mo ct. 4 10H4
A. a I, let 4a II No. radfia 41 tH
Bal. Ohio tt .... K oo a.. ....... ...... .
do 3Ha tOUO. 8. L. rids. 4a.... tl
Brook, Tr. ct 4e... Il'.4.t'nn. T 3Ha
Can. of Oa. ta 104'i 'An tea. 4a........ 4
Can. MxtUier ta . tH,ltaaittn gen. it..... Mw
Ctaea. A Ohio 4e.... KliS. U A B. V. fs tt 7t,
do COAT- 4Ha. w o ao. a. .
Cbleaao A A. IHa,. MHSt- I 8 w- ? " .
C, D, ft Q. i 4a.. A. u. aaj. ea... rata
d son. 4a iuhbo. iiw, m f
C M ft 8 P 4U.lM'e da cr. ta , 3714
do ttt U ........ 7IH 'do lat ref. 4a,... tut
C It. I. A P. . 4at5ViBo. lUIIwar t 103V.
C. . I. A P. o to 1H do san. 4a 7St4
C. A B. r A a 4Ha, HVnton Paclflo 4a.... ITU
D. . It. CT. ta.... iv oo ot a .
D. ft II. O. rat Sa.. 73 do lat A rat 4 93
Dletlllera' 6a M14. B. Rubba, to....tM
Erla p. I. 4a 33 V. B. Bteel M la. . 101
do sea. 4e 73 V.-C. Cham. 6a....J
da ct. 4a aerlas I). 73KAVabaah. lat & ex, 4 a S4
III. Can. lat rf. to 1W Weatera Md.- to. . . .7jU
lnUr.-Uat. 4Ua..... TIHWeat, Eleo. cr, 6a.. M.
lite?: M. M. 414a. . II Wla. Central to.. W
1)14. Offt-red;
Oils and Itoaln.
NEW YOIIK. Bept. 18. COTTON8EE1D
OlLr-l'rime summer yellow, spot. $7.10
7.45; October, $7.07; December, J4.E5;
March. $7.03. . . .
ROSIN Barely steady.
SAVANNAH. Sept. 16. TURPENTINE!
Firm; 4094140. Bales. 675 bbls.; receipts,
838 bbls.; shipments, 9,662 bbls.; stocks,
24,761 bbls.
ROBIN Finn. Sales, 2,351 bbls. ; re
celpts, 2.481 bbls.: shipments, 3,538 bbls.;
stocks, 168.8S9 bbls. Quote: A, ,11. $3.70;
C. D, $1.7214; E. $3.T5; F. $3.77tt;.0. M. I,
$3.80; K, $4.10; M, $1.40; N, $5.10; WO. $8.00;
WV, $415.
London Stock Market.
LONDON", Sept. 16. American securities
opened rltgiitly lower today. The market
advanced on covering during the first
hour and at noon prices ranged from
unchanged to H abovi parity.
Evaporated Apples! and Dried Fruits
NEW- TORK, Bept, lBKVAPORATEX)
APPLES Firm.
DRIED FRUIT-Prunes. firm, Apricoia.
firm. ePaches, steady. Raisins, firm,
Bank Clrartnua.
OMAHA, Sept. 16. Dank clearing for
today are $3.Co3.8$8.76. and $2,C15.1sZl for
tha correspondlpg day last year.
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