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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1911)
THE BEE: OlfAITA, TTIUflSDAY, AL'UUST 10, 1011.
with a cars last week and 94 car the
corresponding aay a year ago.
RKW YORK UE.1BK4L MARK 1ST
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS !S
Sf4 Kf ' . M
FLAN TO BETTER LOCAL CLUBS
CV.ea fia.eal - Inn 17-4 T I
MS m V S Steel T7V4
tt 1 p4 1414 a rti l.W
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Market Quiet Fending Promulgation
of Oorernment Figures.
WHEAT HAS A BULIJSH TODENCT
Cers nesaaiae steady Oeaerel Ball
Ifillaril--Teaaleaer af Market
La as Hisses- la Aatlclsatlea
al Law Estlaaates.
OMAHA, August t. ltU.
A rather quiet market was eipected te
Osy. pending tlia offlclaJ crop figures due
after the close. The weather map ihowi
some cloudy and showery conditions, with
temperature too low for beet results in
the Dakota and Canadian province.
Ntwi Influences from the northwest ere
mill bulllah and lower crop tlinatea by
the government will likely result In higher
The big Influence In corn today was th
Wa-hlngton report. Traders tried to in
fjcii.ste the figures and the feeling wm
bullish because of Che tew condition eeti
mated by several atata reports already
Wen atit whUih greatly reduce the final
Trading In wheal we of the evening tip
order toil ay, valree ruling In a harrow
range mostly al a alight decrease, Caah
Wheat waa HO higher,
Com waa steads, holding firm en general
bill It eh sentiment. The tendency of Vh
maraet look higher, cean earn seia un
changed to We higher,
receipt War 1.0M.QM
bushels and ahlptnenta were 94 Qs) bushels,
against receipts laat year of l.Ml.au bush
la and shipment of 441.01k) bushels.
Primary com reo-iipf ware wlt.W bushels
and shipments were Ml.fM bushels, agalnat
reoespta laat s.r ot m.Ooa bushels and
ahlptnenta of a"7,W bushels,
Clearmnoea Were WO) buahalg of corn,
lot buahale of oata and wheat and flour
equal to 40,0a) buahale.
Llrarpool closed i higher ea wheat and
i hlgtiar an corn.
The following caeh bale ware reported I
Wheats-No, f hard. I car at o. 4 car
at tTMrqi No. I mised, 1 ear at vHc, 1 car
Corn No, I white, I ar at rrc Na. I
oolor, 1 ear at 4sc No, i yellow, WUo, i
rar at (o; No. I yellow, 1 oar at min, 4
rre at 6ao; No. I mixed, 1 rar at MHo;
No. I mtxed. 1 nara at Uc, 1 rare at MHO,
Hta Htandard, 1 oar at No. I
white, 4 rare at foQl 1 ear at Bo) no
grade, 1 oar at Mu
Omaha Taak Prfee.
WHBAT-No, I hard. r9Wo; Na. t
herd. f.4iV; No. 4 hard. Utllo; rejected
CORN-No. I white, WH9o; No. I
white, mWVe; No. 4 whlta. Mwmioi
No. I color, WeOWiic; No. I yellow,
r.'j'io; No. I yellnw, MV,tlG9c No. 4 yellow,
MttZV; No. I. WifMo; No. t, WfcUVMlic;
No. 4. IS7i'9t,.
nAT-No. 1 white, -OVfrfliTMio; standard,
XV',iiW: No. I whlta, 3li34c: No. 4
white, 3"0.-wWo; No. t yellow, UWuttc;
No. 4 vellow, aji8V4!.
HARI.ET No. 1, lf.W0c; No. 4. 7&990O;
No. 1 feel. 4f,yTSo; rejected, 6!W6o.
nrja-No. a. 86ci No. a, m-khgo.
Carlat Receipt. '
Wheat Corn. Oata
Chicago m U 291
Minneapolis lot ... ...
Omaha 31 39 II
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featarea af Iba Traala aad CI oal Ba
rriers Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. .-While awaiting the
government crop report wheat ownera to
day took profit and let advances In prices
he more than wiped out. The Washington
news turned out to be better for the bulle
then had been looked for but came too
late to have an Influnnoe before tomorrow.
The cloning uuotatlona were to o lower
than last night. Corn wound up unchanged
to He higher, oata Wo dearer to hio down
and hog products varied from 6c ad
vance to l?4o decline.
The eurprlee which the government re
port gave the wheat trade waa In the
lowering of the spring crop condition from
71 limt month to 6!l Auguat 1, auKgeHtlriK
a loxa of Vi.0O0.0U0 huehitla. To many deal
ers this showing proved rather startling.
A source of additional dtnnmy, however,
was the knowlodge that spring wheat had
been damaged further since AUKHt 1,
when the official report was compiled.
During exchange hours prions were lifted
by sdvlces of frost danger and of widen
ing Injury from black rust. The market
was helped also by news of export busi
ness at noon. Unloading on the part of
holders, though, reached proportions too
great for the market tn sustain. As a re
sult the closing tone was weak. Ilet ween
the opening and cloae Hrptemher fluctu
ate, from l VsfC'I to .1c, finishing Vi(o"c
net lower at !2',4:t2V.
Corn received support because of the
lightness of receipts. September ranged
from 4 to iic, with the close a nhnde
lip at fcic even. Cush grades were firm.
No. 2 yellow waa quoted at tiuriHc.
Oris had no Independent action. High
and low points touched by the September
option were 4l44j4:1i and 4l,c. The close,
41MM-C, showed a gain of a sixteenth over
A let-up In demand by Investor brought
about a break In hog produc'k. At the
close pork was at mil f out frooi Vo de
cline to Rc advance with l1 end rlhs
The leading tuturea rane follows:
Artlcles. Open. lllgh j lxw. ' Cloae. YeTy
I 103 I
I I i
taw I MVxl
t 61 '
.1 IS 00 j
. lit 7i I
.i 9 6.",Vl
.1 9 a. i
V & I
4'4j 44-t '4
f the Day
NBW TORK. Aug. -nOUR Ptredjr,
with a fair trade; eprlna- patents. 914
ft at; winter atraJghta, U (4.U; winter
patenta, 94 .t"9i.U: aprlng cleara, M 4 r;
winter extra, No. 1, tn.9M(i.n; whiter ex
tra No. I. 13 y-tfl 95; Ksnsas straights.
KdJiao. Il flour, steavdy; fatr to good.
I4.fctf4 7u; choice to fancy, f4.
CORNMEA-stteady: fine white and yel
low ll.K.fcl.40, cearsa, tLtulJt; kiln dried.
elevator, and Pc f. o. b. afloat; No, 1
quiet; No. I red. new 16c
northern Luluth .H f. o. b. afloat, fu
tures ttiarket was firm with the start on
the cable, but docllaed under liquidation
for the government report but again ral
lied on sport aa of thirty loads tor
export, eloslng Unchanged at He not lower.
fJeptemher closed 974,s PeKtnbw H.VJ'4.
( ORN-Ppot. firmer) No. 3 com. 71o
elevator, domestic basts to arrive and 71WC
for expert No. 2L t. o. b. afloat Futures
market was without tranaacttena. closing
unchanged to lc net lower. Beptember
cke 7v".c; December "Sc.
OATB Hpot. quiet; future market Was
without transactions, closing nominal.
HAT Steady; prime, 11.45; No. 1. 11.403
1.4K; No. I, ai.zotfl.tv; No. a, 3y0c..
HIDES Steady; Central American, tOftc;
DKATHER firm! hemlock flrata. 4
077c; second, HH'oi thirds, ISW-'Oc; re
PROVISIONB-PoTk. Steady; meas.
15"! family, f mfrV 20.00; abort clears, 1 )
f 117 99. lieef, firm; nieee, 11 V0911 60; family,
IXfiOtfllWI: beef hams, UO.tfcaU.eO. Cut
meats, steady; pickled bellies 10 to 14 lbs.,
li.xb-ll0U; pickled bams, $1400. Lrd,
esaler) middle west prlro. a9.10; re
fined ateadyi oontlnsnL it M; Houui Amer
ica. IIO.ZT,; compound, l7.OOV7.2S.
1 ni.iAjn nteaayi prima oily Hhfla.,
c: extras, 90o; first, BSHOHo; sec-1
nda, XittfMal thirds, 1U19WV401 lactary cur-I
BUTTER (Ready i
rent mase, first, loo; second, invsc,
iHB..-rirm sainta, iHtylOo,
roaV-r1teady; freeh gathered extras.
22w?4c extra ftrat, I99ISU0; first, Vtritki;
fresh gathered dlrtlee, No. 1, lbc; fresh
gathered checks, good to prime, 13-;
roor to fair, per case, 33 eOfld.fe; refrlgar
tor, flrat aaason'a storage, charges paid,
Ho; seconds. 1cj western gathered,
POl7I,TRV Dressed, firm! western broil
era, 14?19o; fowla, 13yiBo turkeys, ia9Uo.
Cera aad Vkaat Iteataa Malletta.
Record for the twenty-four hours ending
at t a. m. Wedneaday, Aug. 9, 191U
Statlona. Mas. stio. iaii.
Aahland, Neb W 71 ,0u
Auburn, Neb 93 tU
Broken B w, Neb. 93 t3
Columbus, Neb... 93 U3
Culberlson, Neb.. 91 60
falrbury, Neb... 99 Ml
Fairmont, Neb... 94 63
Or. Island, Neb.. 93 till
Hartlngton, Neb. 91 66
Wasting, Neb.... 93 96
iloldrege. Neb... 90 87
IJnooln, Neb 94 70
No. Platte, Neb. 90 M
Oakdale, Neb 90 67
Omaha, Neb 90 69
Q'ekamah, Neb... 90 64
Valentine, Neb.. 93 63
Sioux City, la... 98 70
Alia, la 99 61
Carroll, la 81 6
Clarlnda, la K 62
rllbley. la 87 60
period ending at 9 a. m.
No. ot 'temp
District. (Station. Max. Aim
for t Wr-lvw-nour
tNot Included In
Market LaujelT petition of Prece
ding Dtyi in Main. Feature a.
RAHE0AD ISSUi FALL HEAVILY
(rsis af Trap Meawrta la me Caaes
More Dtaapaelatta Thaa M mm
ExpeeteeV Daalrt aa t Tral
NEW TORK. Aug. -In Ita salient feat
ures today a stock market sa largely a
repetition of the preceding days. Prices)
moved In a way suggestive of further
liquidation after which they recovered only
to decline again. The undertone was tin
certain and clearly reflected present agri
cultural commercial, industrial and politi
There eeems to be Increasing doubt hi
banking quarters regarding the revival of
general trade In the fall, and the labor sit
uation, particularly In Ita application to the
transportation companies. Is looming large.
'1 here were no definite developments In this
latter connection today, but advices from
various sections pointed to the possibility
of strikes or lockouts on the Harrlmao lines,
the Gould system and the Rock Island and
Illinois Central roads.
Other news of the day Included tn an
nouncement that the Atchison road pur
poses to Issue 3140.000,009 of common stock
and some more convertible bonda. The
stock. It Is said, la not Intended for Im
mediate uae, but rather as an emergency
Returns of the crop reports were In some
cases more disappointing than was ex
pected and the publication was followed by
another raid on the market which sent
Union Pacific under yesterday with sharp
declines In the grain csrrler. The decline
was orderly st first, but in the last few
minutes the selling gathered such bugs
proportions that prices crumbled away to
the lowest levels of the present movement.
There were faint rallies which failed to ar
rest the fall to any appreciable extent and
the close was extremely weak, with the
short Interest In control of the situation.
The bond market was directly affected by
the movement of stocks Total sales, par
United Htates bonds were unchanged on
Number of aatee and leading quotations
on storks were as follows:
alas Midi. Urn. CIom
m ri 4', Wihn it i,
P" TrsnH M a M ),
HUM CVairel ... ,
PH.VER-Rar, quiet at 24 l-Wd per
MONKT-I per cent.
'1 he rate of discount In th open market
for short bills Is l per cent; for three
months bills. 2Sr per cent.
stock were a lo
AsmI. Otpeer .....
a 1. l. A a
f. C r I. 9
fmtut tymlkmm ...
CM. A SriM..,..
CI. A llaskt
. Ken t. V...
ksM llnue r. If...
Otreei Vrm. .......
9mw f'afuinee ...
La Salle Cmtvmt...
9. Closing auotattoaa an
, M Mtoml Oever re
. U ttehavs 41
. IT 1, NotsA Cm 17.
. U Mrtatii MIM ....
II feevk bun .
. I74 r1 Lek 4
. 4 ( PmuMi tri
. 10 I'lmu I. A a.....
. St rtnry
, U) fNaanea ............
. u arvr
. t4 TaMrirk
.. 4 less. f...
. n pM
. U t"tah l
. rtah ypTr (U
. - le aaa
American Agricultural ....
Amerlran Beat 8usr
Amerlran C. A P
Amarlran Cotton Oil
American H. a L sfd
Am. lc Securltlaa
American 9. A R
Americas 8. A R. pfd
Am. Steel Foundries
Am. Sugar Refining
American T. A T
American Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mining Cb
Atlantic Coast Una
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
On. Leather pfd, offered..
(heaapeaka A Ohio
f hlcayo A Alton
Chlcaro O. W , naw
rhlcaio O. W. pfd
fhUnso A N. W
"hl,aso, M A St. P
C. (' , " A St. L
f'olorado F. A I
Colorado A Southern
I. XlO 14
10. 240 4j
400 304 204
Kt. lAitils, Mo
Lies Moines, la...
Minneapolis. Minn. )
Kansas City. Mo.. 24
iCmaha, Nab 19
Modcrste but appreciable ahowers oc
curred within the last twenty-four hours
at a number of stations In the Minneapolis
fall" rm",n"'1,l M
.00 . " .
n-l-waM X. Il..il.nn
-w I Oenver A Rio Orand...
.00 1 Denver A H. O pfd
.00 nintlllers' Recur It lea
M Krle Ht pfd
'f: 1 km td nfd
fr. General Blactrlc
w nrat Northern nM
WO'Oreat Northern Or ctf.
Int. Met. pfd
district. Oood rains fell at two stations In I ,, M,,in, pfo
the rit. Louis district and a light shower,
occurred at one station In the lies Moines
district. Warmer weather prevailed In the
corn and wheat region during Tuesday,
and It Is warmer In the southern and east
ern portions this morning. Cooler weather
U moving down over the Missouri valley
this moxnlng. - L A. W 101,811,
L,oual r'orecaater, W vainer uuiaau.
at. I.osl IJeaeval Market.
ST. MJIjIH, Aug. 9.-WHKAT Firm;
track, No. ! red, K7rwc; No. 2 hard S'cra
1. H); September, Ko; December, Uc.
CORN Steady; track, No. 2. n3t3c; No.
2 white, fSVtc; Seirtemher, 4c.
OATH Higher; track, No. 2. 39Hc; No. 2
white, 40c;; September, 41c; Uecember, 44'4
It YF Unchanged, Ke.
Klrn Firm; red winter patents, 14.10
M ; extra fancy and straight, J3.70rne4.10;
hurd winter t'lesra. tl'nfrtXIO.
8K KI e-Tlmot hy. $12.l"a 13.50.
RllAN .Strong; Backed, east track, $l.Wf
HAY-Htrnng; timothy. $19.tOHj23.50; prai
PRO VISION rt Pork, firm; Jobbing. I1S.25.
Ird. lower, prime stem, fct.2f.roe;. 33. Dry
-alt meats, unclianKed; boxed extra shorts,
19 30; clear ribs. 19.69; short clears,
Racun, unchanged; Imxed extra shorts.
Hiv.O; clear rlba, 10.60; short clears, llO.tt'JVb.
POCI.'i'KY ritead ; chickens, 9c; spring
I-Vbc; turkeys. Hie; ducks, lOVjc; geese, 5c.
ducks. lOc; geese, 5c.
lll'TTKK Quiet ; creamery, 21g26o.
Flour, bbls 7.HO0 12.900
Wheat, bu k 73.MU) 19.000
' Com, bu 89.0H) 72.000
Oata, bu. ui.uw bo.va)
17 W. 17 75 17 92'i
14 14 00 14 50
N 9i 9 9 06
9 20 9 Ufi 9 t74
9 tiYi X Vo K 7i
9 SO 9 jTSil '
9 20 131 OKI
9 35 mil I t 429
Cut-h utitatli ns were follow-
KIajC lt-r il l,., w, ntci pi'icnia. ;i H, 4 2.',;
atmiKhlH. ...4.ri4 (; spilm; siralght.i,
4j I 40, bakci s, vl.vii t tio.
RVK-No. 2. H7c.
iiAitl.i; V - HV.i or mining, Huh. tic; fair to
ehol, f tnultlng. l.ii1.12.
MiKO.s Timothy, 41 1 tstvri IS 30; clover,
U l",! IS.KI.
I'lMV lptlONS Mess pork, per hhl., 117.60
il7.S.; lard, par I On ll., a.S.92',; slinrt
riha. mdi-n (Iihis.o. h 7.Vu.i',; snort 1 tear
11. c.l hound I. li.oou
TuIhi i lcaiHtic, s in wheut and flour were
eiil tn ilj.u i bushi'la. Primary receipts
v.cie I.U'Ji.i.o hiiMlicls. comi'nrrd with
1, M,tu l'U.i..l, tin, ciirresiHiiiiling day a
ai- aru. i.etiuiHtcil leccipts . for toiiior
row : neut, yxi turn; coin, 33 cars; na'4
2 , .1 cam; Ihvs. ao.oul head.
Chlcavo 1 a-h l i Ices-vV heat : No. I red.
99'tuis.c; .No. .1 red, K.'-aHiostc ; .No. 2 hard,
M ii(i 9ic; Nil huil. XViiHic; No.. 1 nortnerii
oi l, 9l.lUHi.12ln; No. i nnrihein. li-Uiiul tO;
.No 3 uii'tlicrn. t.'mil ll; otner gisars
In flected. Coi n: i:o. C, ; J
lut . Mi'MiUiSt.'; No. 2 yeiluw, .iTjt4 ic;
No. 1, o'nic; No. 4 white iihitl,, , No. t
Jilli.v.. t,4'"H4V; No. 4, .I'viiuc; No. 4
White, i.4'(u'i&'c; No. 4 yuiow, tilVtiHc.
Oat.; No. i. :iji;9',c; Nu. 2 white 4o.4iji
4iic; No. i li.U, SI-'(l4iK-; No. 9 while oiu,
osi'oc; sianduiU, 40'4i(i4iH,c. Rye: ,o.
2, ,c. hurley; lU-mi n i lover: 10.iii
11.59. Tlmoih: aiu.i.i IJ.U0.
ItYK ,n. 3. 97c.
Cl.OVr. 11-512 iKriH.OO
UUTTK.lt fleeti,; tTeamerlea. 2 1 "ir-Stk-
daires. I9(ii3c. '
KOilf r li m; re-elpts. 10.9N4 csb-s at
Mink, cases lii-lnilf.l, 10'itHc; fltkis. ' 4c
pi line firsts. l,Hc '
CHKKHK Hisdy; daUI's. WiltWic
twins, 12Sj!-V; yung AinrrUas, Ut,tOc
lung horns, l.T,il13V.
TTKH Steady; creameries. :44j34o'
ria iics, ,i2;lc. '
i:,itt-Steaiiy ; receipts. 9.00 cssra at
mrk. laceii Included, lily lie; firsts, ' lbc
pi inic firsts, 17n'. ' '
CHKKSK Irregular; d.ilales, Ufr v,v
twins. IJSyl-c; oung Americas, I"',I3V:
lontt hoina. 1t'w4il1l.c.
ItvrATOF.S-fteady to firm; Jeraey. SI 25
il.Vi; Miiineaot!i. l.lOil&.
IHHI.TRY-l.lve. firm; turkeys. lie
Ch'cStens, lie; sprhitfa, ItVtc. '
VKA-fteady; W to i-lb. wta, Rufv
to to K.-lb. ., 9-.jtl0c; irt to IliMh ta'
Iiallv movement of produce:
ArllrUe. Receipts Shlpm'te
Flour, Mils '7.4 j )(-,
AVheat. bu 41 SO M4V4
Corn, bu 91 t li (t.i
Oats, bu : 6i5 : 191 J,u
Kaimaa City (mill and I'roi isions.
KANSAH CITY. Aim. 9 W H KAT-Cash.
unchanged; No. 2 hard. 9irii"J7Vic; No. 3, S6
4i'.n,c; No. . led, HtXU'Mf; No. 3, h.'tiH4c; Bep
tember, 9l4u9ru; Heceniher, 9ti 94c.
CORN I nchungi'd to Sic Higher; No. 2
mixed. U14c; No. 3, fl'tc; No. 2 white, 4.'c;
No. 3, tiln'iKlc: rieplenilier, ttl'xc, bid.;
tATH I'nchunged; No. 2 white, 404t40'4e;
No. 2 mixed, a"n40tr.
II AY Unchanged to .'idc lower; choice
timothy, IH.0i'f 18.30; choice prairie, $15.51
u IS. to
HUTTEIt Creamery, J3'; firsts, 2"c; sec
onds. 21c; packing stock IHc.
KdOH-Kxtras, 20c; firsts, MVtCi sec
Wheat, bu lll.fciO 5;,n
Corn, bu 53,0110 42 0)
oata, bu 14i 7.00
Kansas City Southern
Kanaaa City go. pfd
Louisville A Nashville...
Minn. A Rt Lnula
M , Rt. P. A B 8. M ...
Mlsaourl. K. A T
M.. K. A T. pfd
N. R. K. of M. td pfd..
Near York Ontral
N. Y.. O W
'Norfolk A Weatern
Northern ' Pacific,
P . . C. A St. L
Preased Steel Cr
Pullman Palaea Car
Hallway Bteel Spring....
Republic Steel pfd
Rock laland (t
Rock Inland Co. prd
Rt. L. A R. F Id pfd....
Rt, lyiuls R. W
Rt. Loula 9. W. pfd
Rloaa-Rhartlald 9. A I
Tenneaae ( on per
Teiaa A Pacific
T , St. L. A W
T. , 81. L. A W. pfd....
t'nlon Pacific pfd
United Rtatea Hsalty...
I'nlted Rtatea Rubber..
t'nlted R'.atea Rtael
I'. B. Bteel pfd
Wcatln-hntiae Klertrlo .
Wheelln A I.. B
. 1. 20(1
'. " iii
.' ' too
.' " lino
.' " ioo
. - mo
. 4, i0
. 12. 000
. 1(100 170S 147
Total aalea for th day. 401,100 aharea.
Tar Xlalnar Stateka.
MrTW TORK. Ang. 9-Cloglng Quotations
n mining stocks were:
"r 1 MOa Chlst I
Com Tunnel stock., n Meilcan ITS
bonda II Ontario 14
(. Cel. A V 74 Ophlr 174
Hor Silver i "standard loe
Iron RINer Yet tow Jacket 1
leedvllla Ces. 1
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Are Generally Strong to Ten
HOGS SELL HIGHER TO LOWER
Aaelber Large Raa at Sbeep, with
Trad Geaeratlr Slaw, 4bll
Lassba aa A relers Are
Steadr wltai Taeadar.
POUTH OMAHA. Aug. 9, L11.
Receipts aere: (.-attte. xlogs. hep.
Official Monday U.C& 2.102 U.o.4
Official Tursdar a.sla 4941 YtX
tstlmate Wcdneadajr IM 11.. ko
Three days this sreea...70 17 943 4r,7rc
fame das last week....l.!",l S.U0 4rt.4r.
Same daa 2 weeks ago..lo.91.1 24.97
"sme days 3 weeks ago..ts..'U) ii.110 n.il
Same days 4 weeks ago. .H. 415 So.r) 1.3
tame days last year 19.11 21.14 4J,ao
The following table snows tTe receipts of
cattle, hogs and cheep at tVxi'b Umaba for
the year to data as compared with last
vear: iaii toiA. Inc.
!uattla QJ.4 rt.I3 M.MI
Hr.gs l.S-,J,t.7 tSl.415 41.6Kt
ohf-ep 9W.017 9o4ili 5J04
The following table vowt tha arersg
Prices of bogs at fSouth Omaha for tb
last several days, with cotrrarlaonsr:
Testes. un. n?7.,L.ll908.lIl.tim.l91.
M lneieplls Grata Market.
MINN K A l'Ol.lfl, Aug 9 WIIRAT Sep.
temht-r. $104',; December. II Ofsl OS'S;
Miy, I1.0WS; No. 1 hard. II. K; No. 1 north
ern, tl tsvi I.I7H: lo arrive. tl.05Vj4I.O7; No.
t norther" 91."'"-" I.ts,; No. 1. Il.01iffl.04.
COUN-No. I vellow, lilsoffio.
OATH No. J white. 41H7414C,
H Y li -'Mi'. '
Kl.til R- I'list patrnU. U 3H4rJ.4: second
rutcnts. 14 Ton 4 'I'.; first cleara, I3.56u3.75;
atcond cleara, '.. &ul.',to.
I 'refiiool t.THlrt llarkel.
I.IVKRroOI, Aug. 9 W UK AT Spot,
firm; No. 2 ManltohH. 7a KV,d; No. S Manl
tol a, 7a 4Md: futures firm; October, 7s 1 Vfcil ;
l4cctu1er, 7 2N,d.
CORN Snot firm; new American mixed,
5s i d; old American mixed, 5s It'v1; new
Amerlcun mixed, 5s KXtd; new American,
kiln dried, ba frl. futures steady; 8eptem
bet. Is 7d. October, 6s 9d.
TKORIA. Auf. . (TORN-Strady; No. S
yellow. i.4'c, No. 4 yellow, 3Se; No. S
m xel, 64V.c; No. 4 mixed, 3Vc.
OAT8-Mteady; No. S white, 39c; standard.
Ssv.4, v0. 1 white. 3sVc: No. 4 'white.
MllwaaVr Grala Market.
MIIyWACKKK, Aug. . WIIRAT-Ko. 1
noillurn, lf9ti1.10. No. S northern, 11 (&tp
I iVi ; No. 3 hard winter, 91i!3c; rleptem
br. 9;'; IVcunbcr, 9tic.
IIARl.K il 0511 1.14.
York Money Market.
NKW YORK. Aug. 9 MONFTf-On call,
steady, at 2si2H per cent; ruling rate. 2"-
per cent; closing hid, 2 per cent; offered
at 219 per cent. Time loana, firmer; sixty
days. per cent: ninety, days, syn-,
per cent; alx months, 374fM per cent.
I'P.IMK MKUCANTIL-li PAPKR-4fl4S4
BTKRMNO F.XC'HANOK Easy, with lc
ttial Imslness In bankers' hills at 14.5375 for
slxtv-day bills and at 94 W't6 for demand;
commTclal bills, 14. 8.1 S.
PII.VKR Rar, 52c; Mexican dollars, 45c.
r.oNOS Oovernment. stesdy; railroad,
Closing quotation on bonds were ss fol
ic e, ;
V 9. ret is, r(.... lies Int. Met. 4Sl
do coupon 10'iS Int M M 4Ss..
tl. 9. I. rf 101 S Japan 4Ss
do coupon 101 S K. '. Ro. 1st Si .
tl 8 4a. reg U fl dab. 4a 1'JJl
OMAIIA OfEIfERAL MARKET.
rTUTTER No. 1. In 1-lb. cartons. Sic; No.
1, In 90-lb. tubs, Kc; No. 2. 34c; packing. 17c;
ClIKEHK Imported Swiss, X2c; American
"wlss. 22c; block Swiss, 19c: twins, lis;'
triplets. 14c; daisies, luc; young America,
lie; blue label brick, 16c; Umburgar U Ib.I
lc: llmbtirger (1 lb ), lc.
POULTRY Broilers, 20c per lb.; hens,
Uc; cocks. 9c; ducks, 20c; spring ducks.
90c; geese, lie; turkeys. 24c; pigeons, per
Jos., 11.50. Alive: Broilers, lic; hens,
9Mrc; old roosters. 6c; old ducks, full feath
ered. 10c; geeae, full feathered, tc; turkeys
UVtc; gulnta fowls. Uc each; pigeons, per
dox., 9oc; homers, per dox., 1400; squabs.
No. 1, per dox.. 1; No. 2, per dox., ioc;
ben turkeys, ioc.
FI8H-Pickerel, 10c; white, ISc; pike. 14c;
trout. Uc; large crapples. tiy.-Oc; Bpanlsb
mackerel, !9c; eel, 19c; haddock. 1.1c; flound
ers lie; green catfish, lc; roe shad. 11.90
each, shad roe, per pair, 60c; ea.mon. lie;
halibut. .'0c; yellow percb, 9c; buffalo, sc:
BEEP CUT PRICES-Rlbs: No. 1. ISc:
No. 2, 13c; No. 3, 9'c. Loin: No. 1, He; No
2, 14Vio; No. 2, 11c. Chuck: No. 1, 7c; No
2, 6Hc; No. I, fic. Round: No. 1. 9Wc; No
2 tc; No. 9, ssc Plave: No. I. 4c; No.
2. 4Sc; No. , ic. '
FRUITB, ETC.-Apples: Dutchess, per
bbl.. $3.75; per bu. bsk., 31 .26. Bananas:
Kancy select, per bunch, $2. 2612.50; Jumbo,
bunch, 2.7.Vtf3.75. Cantaloupes: California,
etandard, 4o count, 12.75 per crate; pony
ctates, 54 count, $126; Jumbo, 27-33 size
$2.50; Arkansas, pony, per crate, $1.Ni;
standard, per crate, $2.25. Dates: Anchor
brand, new, 30 1-lb. pkgs. in boxes, per
box. $2.00. Grapes: Kansas, per 7-lb. bak.,
Mc. Lemons: Llmonelra brand, extra
fancy, any else, per box, 99.50: 3W size, per
box, $6.50; Loma Llmonelra, fancy, 900 Blze
per box, $tl.00; 3S0 Else, per box, 36.00; J4w
and 420 sires, 50c per box less. Oranges:
Niagara Redlanda Valencia, 99-129 Mzes
per box. $4.25; liiO-176-2JO-21-2aO sizes, per
box, 95.00; choice Valencia, 90-99 sixes,
13 75. Peaches: California, per box. Il.JO
1.30. Plums: California, per crate, $1.95
Prunes: Trcgety, per 4-bsk. cvrate, $1.9o!
Pears: California, per 60-lb. box, $2.75.
Watermelons: Georgia and Florida, per
V KG ETA BLE8 Beans: String and wax
per hamper, 12.60; per mkt. bsk., $1.90. Cab
bage: Home grown, per lb., 8V4c. Cucum
bers: Home grown, 1H and 2 dox. In bsk.,
Wk.'. Egg plant: Fancy Florida, per dox.,
$1.50. Garlic: Extra fancy, white, per lb.,
12c. Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf, per dox.,
40c. Onions: Home grown, white, per
crate, $2.00; yellow, ter crate. $1.75; Cali
fornia, In sacks, per lb., 9c. Parsley:
Kancy home grown, per dos. bunches, 45c.
Potatoes: California white stock. In sacks,
per bu., $1.90; Minnesota, per bu., $1.50.
Radishes: Per dos., 20c. Tomatoes: Ten
nessee, per 4-ba.sket crate, 75c.
MISCELLANEOUS Almonds: Califor
nia soft shell, per lb., 19u; In sack lots, lo
less. Brszll nuts: Per lb., 13c; In sack lots,
lc less. Filberts: Per lb., 14c; In sack lots,
lc less. Peanuts: Roasted, per lb., 8Vxo;
raw, per lb., 7c. Pecans: Large, per lb.,
16c; in sack lots, le less. Walnuts: Cali
fornia, per lb., 19c;; in sack loU, lc less.
Honey; New, 24 framea, $3.76.
Evaporated Applea and Dried Fralta.
NEW YORK, Aug. 9. KVAPORATED
A PPLES Nominal ; on the spot, fancy, IS
4il9c; choice, 16c and easy for future ship,
ment; IOiQIOsc for prime for October ship-'
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, unsettled but
with a firm undertone; 9& 1440 for Califor
nia up to 30-408 and lH4il44c for Oregona,
from SO to 90s. Apricots, quiet but firm;
choice, 14ifrl6c; extra choice, 16H&lie;
fnncy, lt4i17c. Peaches, Inactive but very
steady; choice, llftlliic; extra choice, 2!p
12"c; fancy. UVic. Raisins, very firm,
especially tor the seedless varieties; loose
Muscatels, CV(fj7c; choice to fancy seeded.
Mi 9c; seedless, 67c; London layers, $1.40
NEW TORK. Aug. 9. COFFEE Closed
steady, net 3 points lower to 6 points
higher. Hales, 93.5HO bsgs. August, 11.55c;
September, 11.90c; October, 11.31c; Novem
ber, 11.14c; December, 11.05c; January, Feb
ruary, March, April, May, June and July,
11. 01c. Spot coffee, firm; Rio No. 7, WAV.
Santos No. 4. 13Sit.Ho, nominal. Mild, quiet;
Cordova, 143 16c, nominal. Leading roasters
are reported to have purchased between
50,000 and 100,000 hags of spot coffee late
llnlufh Grata Market.
DtT.l'TH, Aug. 9-WIIEAT-No.
$I0V,; No. 1 northern. $107109;
j , iv ww ait.
arioi neceipts v nea, jks cars, with S
of contract grade. Corn. C3 rare with IS
of contract grade. Oata. 291 cara. Total
recrlpta of wheat at Chicago, Minneapolis
and Duiuih today were 47 cara, compared
northern H.Mm l.tH' t 11 ''; September,
li t1,; I lee-ember, $i.u9'i oS).
Itlls and Ito.lK.
SAVANNAH. Aug. 9-Tl'HPENTINE-F
lUiai.S-Kirni, type F, $9 '! 25; O. $6 2.V9
A:lle-l hsl let Is..
Anter. A. a
Am. T A T. a. 4a.
Am. Tobacro 4a
Artuoar A Co. 4S.
Atrlileon sen. 4a....
do ev. 4a
do ev. 4
A. C L. tat 4a. ..
Dal A Olilo 4a
do 9 W. IS" ...
brook. Tr. r. 4a...
in. of Oa. la
Can. Leather bt....
t' of N. J. f. 4s.. 1I1S do (en
iiaa. a tinio 4va. st u
do ret It MS dfl lat gold 4a
Chlraso A A. IS" . S A l 4a
f B A Q . 4a ... MS Ro Pai-. col. 4
do gan. 4a S do tr. 4a
T. M. A 9 P. S 1S do I t raf. 4a.
C. R I. A P. . 4a, 1S Sn. Railway la
do r(( 4a ,19 do sen la
t'olo. Ind. la 74 Valon Parlfle 4a
Cola Mid. 4s 1 do t 4s
t . A s r A 4Wa sai da lat A
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 9. DRY GOODS Cot
ton goods are generally quiet. Revisions
on one or two lines of denims are an
nounced for the purpose of cleaning up light
stocks. Narrow dress ginghams will not
be priced until after September 1. New
raw silk rules have been adopted by the
silk association to govern sales. Wormed
yarns are In light demand with prices Ir
regular. Jobbers are doing a fair trade in
seasonable dress fabrics.
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 COTTON Spot
closed quiet, 10 points till! hor; middling up-
l.ni 19ili... mlfUlllna- triilf 11 flf.c Kli In
' 2ii bales. Futures opened steady; August,
12.10c; tctober, ll.OSc; December, ll.osc;
January. 11.03c; March, 11.13c; May. 11.20c;
July. 1121c. The close was steady; August,
1221c; September, 11.38c; October. 11.31c;
November, 11.28c; December, 11.32c: Janu
nrv. 11.27c; March, 1135c; May, 1.4; July,
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 Sl'G A R Raw,
firm; Muscovado, H test, 4.11c; centrifugal,
96 test. 4.61c; molas-eu, K teat, 3.Wc; re
Ui I.. A N. unl
tl M K. A T. tut
101 dn sn 4S....
I04S Mo. Parlfle 4a...
IS. K. K of 91. 4ta tl
104 .N Y. . , ,7S4
"S do deb. 4a il
Y . N HAH
l"S c. la m
I0S N. A W. lal e. 4s. .10!
SS No Parlfle 4a y
tit. i .
m"T -,i a
" 0. 9. L rfd 4a.,
lS Penn. ev. IVfta 1911.
MS do eon. 4a
101 Reading ten. 4a
S Rt. I A 8 P. tm 4a 11 V
W. e 4a.. 79S
l. A II. e. 4a...
P AH II k ...
do ref. la
Brie p I. 4i
do gen 4a
do rt, 4a, ear A
do larlea B
tlaa. fctac. rt. is.
MS V. S. Ilubher 4a..
90 "f. I Steel Id aa.
90 Va.-Car. t bent aa
7S Waha.lt lat la...
M', do la! A ri. 4a.
7S Wrrters M4 4a. . .
S W'e.1. gletv ev. Is
71 Wis ('antral . .
114 Mo. Pat. rv. la...
lal raf 4a. MS Panama la
ST. LOU!.. Aug. t WOOL Unchanged;
territory and weatern medluma. liwix-;
fine mediums. loU'xc; fins, UT14aO,
London stock Market.
I.ONDON. Aug. 9. American securities
were quiet and featureless during the early
trading today. Prices ranged from S
above to S below yesterday a New York
London closing stock quotations'
('neole. mooer 7S lulrlll A K'nll..M
4s.euunt 11 1-14 Mo.. Kan A Teaaa. MS
. MS Vork Central.. Itwtf,
. IS Norfolk A Westers. 1014,
.IMS do aid 90
IMS Ontario A Waaler a
Ilalllmora A Out.
Canadian Parlllo ,.MS Head Mlsa
Choaspaska A Okie.. 1S Heading
Chi. Ur' SMetl . IIS Boulkern Kallvar
-kl . Mil. SI. F. IMS ds prd
lie Hew re II Sevilha.-n Parlfle ,
lMasr A III 0.... 974 Vatoa faalfi
Kanaaa City I. Ire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Aug. 9. CATTLE
Receipts, 10.000 head. Including S.omO south
erns; market, stesdy to loc lower;, dressed
beef and export steers. $6.50fu''7.&0; fulr to
good. eo OOuii.40: western steers. $i.001i6 ,w;
stockers end feeders. $3.5Ki5.75; southern
steers, $4.ii6.0."i: southern cows. 3i.5iHi4.riO;
native cows, I'-'.kii i.00; ratlve heifers. 43.75
ttl t'; bulls. '$.", 15444.40:. calvra. $4 0O-(i7.00.
HOGS Receipts, 6.000 head; market,
steady to 10c lower; bulk of sales, $r.40'fj
";0; heavy. $7.r1tf7.6ri; packers and butch
ers; 97 4.'.f7.70; lights. $7.3tAi7.70.
Mlir.r.t A.ll I.A.V1IS.-. IecriHS,
henil:. market, strong to 1V hlvher: lambs,
$0 0irM'..7f: yearllnRs. $4 o(4."y); wnthers,
:t 253.75: ewes. 9:1 OfKfiS..""); stockers and
St. I.nnls l ive Stock MarVrt.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 9. CATTLE Receipts.
4.100 head, Including 600 Texans; market,
steady; native shipping and export steers,
!6.ori 7.56; dressed beef and butcher steers,
fS 50714.50; steers under 1.00Q. pound. $4 5fti
7.23: stockers snd feeders. $1fMii4 76: cows
and heifers $1(717.0.1; canners. $1.tKh2.7;
bulls, $;'.75.u J 50; calves. $1.2Mf3 25; Texas
and Indian ateers, $4.00'n6 25; cowl and
heifer. $3 00fl6.on. ,
HOGS Receipts, 6.900 head: market,
ateady; piss and lights. S5.2.Vrr7..n; psck
era. 17 737.fA; butrhera snd best heavy.
$7 5.Wi7 C"..
SHKEP AND LAMTS-necelnts 5 1-
he: market, stesdv: native mutton 3 CI
4r: lemhs. $4.r4V(i6 7T: cills an hurl's,
fl CTfi;.".',; atocee-s snd ee,lera. SI 54V(f3.0fl.
' Flock la Sight.
Recelpla ot slot k al '.he five princi
pal western markets yesterday:
t aille. Ilo.-s. Sllee-,
f. i 0 s 11.7
.... 2 4 5ii I 9-
lOimo ROa) j(vv
4 loft .iv) 6.101
K.00 21.0U0 20,001
f (9 I 7 m 1 4 9 91 4 U 4 73
4 74 7 7o 7 64, 23 ( ail 2U, 6 92
91-,! 7 70 7 &2i 9 i9, til 6 94
1 03,j 7 471! 7 64i 9 93t 6 li
1 7 71 7 5S 46 do: I l
7 lo j 7 591 9 36. 6 TT j 4 21; 6 79
1 r4 7 90, 4 2 I 74; 111 6 94
I 7 731 7 49 6 90 6 94
Rexwfpu and tfla-poedtlon or Ore stoesi at
he Union stocA yards. South Omaha for
twenty-four boors ending at I cciock. p. Do
' RECEIPTS CA BLOTS.
rft,ttft i . v. . h
-. ... "'"I', n r a
oa. ez i. f. Ky... 4
Wabash R. R i
Missouri Pacific Ry.. 2
Union Pacific R. R.. 42
C. N. W., east I
C. & N. W., west 74
C, St. P.. M. A O.... 6
.. H. Q., east....
C., B. A Vi., west 47
C. R. I. A P., eaet... 4
Illinois Central Ry... I
Chicago G. W. Ry... 10
Total receipts 203
Omaha Packing Co....
Swift A Co
cuuahy Packing Co..
Armour A Co
Schwarts-Bolen Co. ..
W. B. Vansant Co....
Benton Vansant & Lush, 1W
Hill A Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston At Co
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Hubs
McCrearey A Carey..
II. F. Hamilton
27 22 2
13 17 4
o .. a
125 61 10
ittie. Hogs. Sheep.
576 6VMI 921
K.S9 l.i. l.boT
1.219 l.lny l,mt
947 1.6.S0 2.U1
... 6.262 7.122 14,221
CATTLE Receipts of cattle wore large
again today. 193 cars being reported in.
This brings the total for the three days this
week up to 23,000 head as agalnat 19.900 head
for the same period a year ago. Tba mar
ket this morning was In splendid condition
as viewed from a seller's standpoint and
entirely satisfactory. The big bulk of all
the cattle In the yards, sold sn very good
season In the forenoon.
Buyers of beef steers were all out In the
yards early In the morning and evidently
bad good orders In hand. As a reault the
market opened early and the trade was
active at prices around 10c higher for the
best cattle and with tha common and
medium kinds at least steady. A new high
top was made, several loads of cornfeds
selling up to $7.26.
Cows and heifers were active and strung,
the better grades selling around 10c higher.
Canners and undesirable kinds were at
Good feeders were wanted and the market
on anything of that description waa fairly
active, with prices at least a dime higher.
This means that tha market on good feed
ers is around a quarter higher than last
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
corn-fed beef steers, $6.70(uY7.25; good to
choice range beef steers, $6.25i)4.10; fair to
good corn-fed steers. $6.Oa6.70; fair to good
range steers, $4. 604)6.25; common to fair
corn-fed steers, $4 .6o6.00; common to fair
range steers, $3.75474.60; good to choice corn
fed heifers, $4 76&6.60; good to choice range
helfera. $4,7546.26; good to choice corn-fed
cowa. $4.50415.25; good to choice range cowa,
$4 0O4pt.66; fair to good native cowa, $3,754$
4.60; fair to good range cows, $3 5034 00;
common to fair cowa, $2.604)3.76; good to
choice stockers and feeders, $4,904(3.35; fair
to good stockers and feeders, $4.00474.90;
common to fair stockers and feeders, $3,254
4 00: stock heifers. $3,004)4.25; veal calves,
$3 OiVtf 6.00; bulls, stags, etc., $2.8504.90.
No. At. Pr. No. At. Pr.
41 11M I 71 tl URO I Tl
15 1110 4 00 XI u.i 7 10
1 1430 4 00 tt 111! 7 li
10 li. 4 10 M 1114 1 tt
14 Ull I 74
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
11 114 I 46 14 loa T 40
14 Ill II!
4 821 I 75 9 906 44
11 901 1 90 4 TS4 I U
1 140 1 90 II. 975 1 14
17 920 I ill 1 137 4 40
10 71u I 10 14 1002 4 Ih
1 7!m I 10 4 1WJ 4 N
1 10 1 11 ?.! 4 -a
I 10ll I (0 7 low 4 K
11 1 10 1 12j I 0
11 U 19
MS I 16 4 110 t 10
T Ml I 40 14 147 4 00
9 M I 40 111 IK
I W ID 16 lee 4 H
: not i u i lMo i ro
1 HiO I 40 i 1X,0 i is
1 124 1 40
4 117 I M 3 1M ( 4
3 iU 4 04
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 471 I C4 4 , 4 19
9 600 I fiO 4 262 4 2V
4 SCO I tt t mi 4 .u
11 471 1 It II 91, 4 2i
10 MS 1 71. 19 Mi 4 1
10 ill I SO 10 vj 4 j;
17 401 4 00 10 9i'l I .".J
4 I't 4 00 Ik 411 4 44
I MO 4 00 11 1013 f,u
14 Ill 4 Ml U 171 4 GO
4 t90 4 05 16 H70 4 lo
No. Av. It. No. av. Pr.
41 steera.... 122.1
4 cows ir2
7 calves... 158
3 strs hfrs 676
1 . U
6 6o 22 steers... .1083
Curse Ne bra sku.
3 10 7 t ows M0
5 0U 4 calves... 1.14
Keys Nebrui-k .i.
40 ftecrs....H79 6 JO
3 steers.. ..lliK 4 75
1 bull 1190 2 50
C. A. W'estcott
27 steers.... 90S 4 80
16 lieitera... 562 3 7..
12 cows 86 2 8
2 ialvef...H4t 4 00
J. N Ho.vt South Dakota
2V ClIWB ViO
C rows 845
27 steers..., IAH
14 calvej... 2V
6 cows 7lt3
."VW 43.500 41.00)
The Be la the Ideal "Horns" paper.
24 steers.... XV4 4 65 2't steers. ... 511 4 20
26 cows 74!) 3 4J 17 covt b 8(i2 2 75
1 bull 11;' 3 2.i 14 con .) 3 60
16 heifers... 452 3 40 8 heifers... 4"5 3 W
6 cows NM 3 13 calves. . Y 75
HOGS Hog trade was a double-barreled
affair lively and higher al toe opening, but
dull and lower on bulk. It was a Diuciti
iwo-.n-ine mark.t, the firt portion of
I the liauc co sisting almost entirely of
i business In ehilunx grudes. Good quallty
I hotis, suit h hie for shipment, were selected
lduiin early rounds at prices ifl loc higher.
1 After a lull forty loads drew these ad
vances the demand from outside buyers
vanlrhed and t'he remainder of the sesslo 1
depe.ided upon packing demand for final
tlturance. MJipuii iroiu this iiiuitei
proteu re.uclaiii. and ns all Inrai buteis in-
Blsteu upon aecuues ini: v, rre as large as
the early advances, movement became very
uu I. I.lliri 't-e.,i,a ut nr. ttiisny
j put up at an average cost 6'ol0c lower than
I yesterday, tne m.irsei c. 010115 111 mean
; shai e.
; Snippets and speculators purchased In all,
1 V. . . , , HA ,,.e ft.nl tit u niMrala soliiilv fte.
I titrated from the chute house tab at 125
I loa s. Smoi th animals of all weights re
'biimht 011 oulalce acciunt.
I Range In nice broadened considerably,
, of court- and a larg portion of receipts I
lu etched sli ti way rrom 17 15 to l 40.
Choice bacon animals reached $7 0 on two
or Hires ticcarlu.ta, a top that 1 higher
than anv made since January, when is 10
I was touchsd. Cleat anc of total offerings
wss delayed until well along toward noon
No. at tk rr. . at. b rr.
40 : ... 1 i j -71 m 7 :;.
e. T-l 90 7 1 i; .Ml ll 7.'.".
41 171 150 1 10 (, :4 l 111
It 04 120 J lu al 5? Wlli
M .1:1 SO 7 It ; 119 . . 7 2
i:l Ml T li ; 1..) 40 7
41 S'7 SO 7 r, l i ft . . I SO
74. 1-7 ... 7 It ; 4 110 7 10
14 1M 90 7 li k it . . 1 At
4t ... 1 ' Tl I4 t2 1 Jll
I VI ... 7 IS 11 iw IS) 7 -i
M 4 ... 7 I., 74 Ill leo r
U 7 ... 7 U K (it tf III
l i9 J?0 1 it ;i j,j k 7 no
1 !S I" 7 It tl m ... 1 x.
14 11 US 7 It . lit ... T Si
144 ... 1 It 7 221 40 t JJ
47 17 ... 7 15 1; ;n -e 7 u
41- 7 ... 7 I"1 tl Kl f t
79 S-.9 t 7 ITvt, It r 40 7 14
4 124 ... 7 UK, 7S Ill Jhi 1 24
71 . . 1 1JI, 71 -47 100 1 15
21 ) 7 47 ll 2i 7 It
47 ... 7 17-ft, It tfIT 40 7 17V4
H HI 90 7 I7 7 179 ! 7 40
7 ri 7 llv, 4 104 ... 1 40
. K9 f f 174j U 9 10 I tn
si :? no f 7 no so t 4n
44 171 lie 7 ro 11 i;,j o 7 (n
4 174 . . 1 jo r. joj m 7 4n
7 -41 11 7 Hi M nt 40 7 40
H U l 7 II 14 . . 1 40
71 10 . . 1 ro is tm im 7 14
4 1 10 7 Ml 71 rr-. 40 7 41
H HI ... 7 10 4. 1 ... t Kl
71 141 IS In ft in 40 7 w
74 Ill 1 1 44 , 10 ... t tfl
l let ... 1 10 7 tM 10 7 no
47 ' 4 1 M 4. 14! 40 1 10
l ...1 fit) 1 t 42 .;4 ... t 4s
fl 1" ... 7 m 11. 7 ... tH
M ! o 1 t r rn ms 7 tr,
" 11 i) 7 20 o m m f in
17 ... t IS't M ll ... 7 in
11 7 ns 7 270 IS IS
91 MS 110 7 24 a w 40 7 m
SHKKP feannly of slices and lambs had
rery fair also, but yesterday s alee. ranee
of all cla-Mses 4f slock whs practically Com
plete, leaving an open fie 14 for fresh ar
rivals. About forty-seven loads of offer
ings, mostly ranrers, made tip receipts and
something liks 4 per cent of this estimate
carried enough fleah to qualify as killers,
r'at ssjeep rsjiBisrsd fat lambs, a eon
attkra that has been more or less pro
arpwed arser sines the grsss season opened.
Terse to demand was different In each
of th three main branches of the market
from fhs rs.rt Feeders were lively sel
ler. goe-4 tat lambs proved fairly active
and sr-eep, espex-killy the heavier grados.
met wKh a ratreer feeble Inquiry.
Ordinary wetlvsrs with finish got poorest
treatment and landed, after some little
hagglnsg aver arsces, at figures steady to
poHslWr a little) tower In spots. It e
o.iirrei strirtly good wethers to sllclt a
$3.26 bid Killing ewes solA at usual small
dlsroutusr. Yemrltnss. rather heavv. moved
at and near $4,25, indicating a quotaM top
of $450 fer something handy.
Pat atmha held up we-U. kHillt of busjnnss
ruling firm. Packers are not getting
enough good lambs In mipptv to meet their
re,olrenieTiia and It is largely due to this
condition that the spread between lambs
snd sheep seems unwarrantably wide. The
better kinds ot lambs or selling around
Ne comniafnt was heard In tha feeder
trade about frequency or sise of orders,
everything selling tn good season at stesdy
to strong prices. Feeder wethers reached
I3JD, almost as high as fat grades. Pack
ers tab an feeders yexterdsy snowed an
sggregat purchase of about 4,209 hed.
about per cent of the total reciTt-i.
QuetaUiwia an sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice. $6.jrr&-.7S; lambs, fair to
good, $5Jio4..tO-, fearfer lambs. $4.7fyS6.10;
yearling, fair to choice $4.tKV94.'iO-. vear
llngs, feeders. $. 4. 2(1; wethers, fair to
choice. $3.0fff3.4fl; wethers, feeders. $i.(Vgi
3 26; ewes, fair to choice, $3,76S'9.38; ewes,
feeders. $2. 2517 2. 76: -wen, culls, $l.uO2,25.
No. jy p.
259 Idaho ewes g 4 40
109 Idaho feeder lambs 61 4 85
50 Idaho yearlings 88 4 00
130 Idaho ewes . 115 i 40
. -n f-a joj 2 3S
920 South Dakota wethers Ill $ 66
901 8. D. feeder wethers 10 3 35
a D. fiteder wethers 108 3 15
23J South Dakota lambs 107 i 90
499 South Dakota wethers WH i 15
313 South Dakota wethers 103 I 15
231 South Dakota wethers 108 2 90
42 South Dokota wethers 114 $ 19
2S2 South Dakota wethers 115 3 10
252 South fsakota wethers 106 3 10
419 Idaho lambs 96 I 36
76 Idaho calls 69 6 vfl
3a9 Wyoming wethers 122 $ 30
133 8. D. yearling wethers 78 4 25
7 S. D. yearling ewes.. 67 3 50
177 Wyoming feeder wethers 132 9 !
224 Wyoming wetners 119 3 35
177 Wyoming wethers 131 I 3R
224 Wyoming wethers 119 3 35
133 S. D. yearling feeders 71 4 25
K4 Wyoming feeder lambs 43 6 16 "
1.14 Wyoming lambs 59 (60
41 Wyoming feeder lambs, culls 30 4 25
390 S. D. yearling feeders 62 4 44)
120 8. D. wnthers 74 $25
925 Wyoming ewes, feeders...... Wt 1 90
52 Wyoming ewes 100 3 09
176 Wyoming yearlings 91 4 10
374 Wyoming wethers 92 1 20
237 Wyoming wethers, culls...... 89 2 86
Destaad far Cattle Strong Hogs Slow
CHICAGO. Aug. 9. CATTLE Receipts,
17.000 head.; market, strong; beeves. $.".0uiji
7.60; Texas steers, $4.506.26; western steers,
$4,10340; stockers and feeders, 3.0i(i6.oO;
cows and heifers. $2.204.10; calves, $u.75t'
HOGS Receipts. 31.000 head; market,
slow; light, r2W7.90; mlsed. $700S7.W;
heavy, $6.8067.72.; rough, $4.Stf7.06; good
to choice heavy, $7.flrf7.72Vi; pigs, $fl.0y
7.65- bulk of sales. $7.2rrr7.5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 20(1V)
head; market, weuk; native, I2.25tfi3.76;
western, $2.50ff3.75: yearlings. SV75fi4 '75;
native lambs, $3.75fr6.75; western, $4 25i'S.90.
8(. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Aug. 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.900 head: market slow; steers, $1.50
ft7.00; cows and heifers, $3.0Jr,.25: calves
HOGS Receipts, 4.&T0 hesd; msrket
steady; top, $7.75; bulk of sales. $7.4(J7.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1,200
head; market eteady'. lambs, $4.;y,r6.75.
Little Girl Dies of
Daughter of Tripp County Home
steader Diet Within Ten Hour
. of Time Reptile Struck Her.
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Aug. 9.-(Special.)
Within ten hours after she had been
struck by the fangs of a rattlesnake on
the homestead of her father, living near
the little town of Clearfield, Tripp county,
llubertina Agnes Roufs, aged 2 'A years,
died ut a hotal in Colome, where she had
be n tiilten for medical treatment. The
little Kill end her 4-year-old brother went
to the barn and watched their father put
a team of mules away. When he tame
out he Marled for the house with the boy,
th" little. Rlrl remaining behind near a pile
of plunk. About two minutes after the
father started for the house the little girl
fell down, and arising to her feet ran cry
ing to the houne, saying she had hurt her
hand. The father notlo-d two little marks
on her hand, one resembling a small blue
pimple, and feared she h:id been struck by
a rattlesnake. These fears were conflrns d.
and after home remedies had been applied
she wns taken lo town for medical treat
ment, but too late to save her life.
W1IVV9 AS V 9U 41 V- V a, a .. aa"
ing of Club Secretaries.
BIO EXHIBIT A 1 . HE AUDITORIUM
tonvrntlon Is tli- ...traeat la Point
of AtteaHanre r.yt-r Ileld hi the
Aaaoelntlost 9nme Women
Plans for the belli 1 ment of the lo, al
organisations and the cxt-lamln of ldea.4
as to carrying on tba buair.es of the locals
occupied the attention of the roewtlng of the
secrttArles of the Lcnl c.luha of the Na
tional Association of Sheet Matal Contrac
tors, who held their annual meeting at the
Rome Wedneaday morning.
No general session of the convention tvss
held. It being the plan of tha arrangements
commlttea to rlva a part of the Urn" of tiis
delegates to visiting the display of sheet
metal products at the Auditorium. Conse
quently no morning; sess-nns tiave been
schedule except an exacutlva meeting on
A UUI nuaaJ
Wednesday afternoon was devoted to tho
discussion of warm air furnaces, addresses
being mads by Charles F. Prlaer and W. F.
Colbert M. D. The.se addresses were, fol
lowed by a general discussion.
After a heated discussion Tuesday after
noon It was deckled by a vote of S3 to 9 to
iu.M ii,a ert-inei imn ventbtna hereafter In
Jane. This move was taken In an attempt
to avoid tha etrma heat which the dele
gates hava encountered each year In their
Aaguat meet tugs, and provided a Uvsly
sxgnme-rrt. many dskntatea favoring March,
as a meeting month
It was a!sa voted, fcot artthaut discussion,
ta r crates the payment of Ter eaplts. tax
by merrsbers within four months from tha
ttms tbsry Join (ha Maocl&tlon. This
cbanga was mads at tha renuast of tha
aecratary and at maraly far oonsanlencs
tn caj-rytng en the bostneaa ot the) aaaocla
tloa. . r" ft Aftjft.
m.. e. . - aftftftfrte nf the reftP1!
ftllV 1 1 1 TIL rra;uJLW " - " -
conventlcm was called to order by Presi
dent R i. Brassr a few minutes before
t o'clock Taesxtay aftemoon and tha dele
gates Usteoed to a number ot addresses.
President Braley ta opeelEX tha meeting
paid a pretty tribute to Omaha and the
hospitality of her ansrtia. ma wui aoi
forget the welcume we hare i-aceivel here."
he aald, "and will always ba Omaha boost-.
Mayor James C DaMman, who was In
troduced aa the "wrsrbcy "osywr," was la
a happy mood and delighted tts hrsiLrara
with story after story, using caxih. to em
phasise a point tn his remarks.
John H. Huaerte. president of tha OmaAa
IccaL to whose efforts Is largely do taa
bringing of the convention to Omaha this
year, extended the visitors a ' warm wel
come from the local sheet metal contrac
tors. "I feeL" he said, "that I am wel
coming a body of men and women the
peer of any that has ever been welcomed
to Omaha. We are ready to compare
mentally and morally with any crowd oa
people In the world, though we may not
be able to cope with them financially."
Whilmore R. Taylor of Philadelphia re
sponded In a tew words to Mr. Hussies
remarks, calling attention to the years
during which metal work has been done
and the oomnaradre newness of any or
ganization among contractors In It.
Reports mt Oataaalttee-i.
The reports of the committee on creden
tials. President R- J. Braley. Treasurer
W. A. Flngles and Secretary Edwin I
Sea brook, followed. These were all most
optimistic. Mr. Flngie reporting a balance
of SS6.07 In the treasury, au amount lower
than that of laat year, but moat encourag
ing in view of the Increased expenditures.
Mr. Seabrook's report waa lengthy, but of
Intense Interest to his auditors.
At the conclusion of tne reports, Presi
dent Bradley announced his committee as
Auditing" S. L. Fenner of Terre Haute.
Ind.; H. W. Michael of Denver Colo.; J.
E. Murray of Hartford, Conn.
Resolutions H. B. McGrath of Cleveland.
O.; F. W. Morse of Providence, R. I.; V.
C. Torbet of ,Waco, Tex.; Walter Wimmer
of St. Loula. Mo.
The replstratlon books show that 349 pen
pie are In attendance upon the sessions of
the convention. This Is the largest num
ber that has ever ratbered for a national
convention. Of the 143, twenty-eight are
Mast Pood Is Poison
to the dyspeptic. Electric Bitters ear dys
pepsia, liver and kidney complaints and
debility. Price, fiOc Bold by Beaton Drug
A 9BOO piano slayer arses la tkue mew
Bee Booklovers' Ceasitest.
noancranont Kuaday. Aasraat IS.
Will Haul Supplies
to Settlers Free
Milwaukee Railroad Will Make No
Charge for Moving: Feed and Fuel
Ordered by South Dakota.
riF.KRE, 8. D.. Aug. 9. (Special. )-The
Milwaukee railroad has filed with the Slate
Railway commission a notice that It will
ship l.av, feed unci coal In on Its linen in
the nurthtm pail of the utate, free of
cl.argc, here 'the fame has been ordered
by the authorities fur the benefit of set
tlers. This nppfurs to he as far us free
shipments fco In the utile. Hut both the
Milwaukee and the Northwestern roads
have made a half rale on such BUppllex to
points wist of the Missouri river to indi
vidual khlppera. which would mean un tiie
NoithweMern road a rate of 11 rrnts per ICQ
on hay from points east of the Missouri
to points weat. This cut was made after a
conference with the State Railway commis
sion. In which It was agreed that such rata
should not be used as a basis fur compiling
rates In the stste In any litigation In which
rata was a factor.
GOVERNMENT SALE INDIAN LAND
Absolute Title Given The unallotted lands
of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations of
tho Five Civilised Tribes in Oklahoma, and
nut Including the coal and timber segrega
tions, will be sold at public auction to the
hlxhcHt bidder at the following terms, times
and places at not less than the minimum
price stated In the advertisement: Urady
leounty, Chlckasna, o tracts, ji.iak acres.
November 2, 9. 4; Stephens county, Duncan,
730 tracts, SS.atiU litres; November tt, 1. ;
Jefferson county, Ryan, i"2 tracts, 4,49
acres, November , 10, 11; Love county.
Marietta, 804 tracts. 75.500 acres. November
1.1. 14, i:, 14; Carter county, Ardmore, 1.17J
tracts. 'CI :ll acres. November 17. 11. 20. J).
2'J, 1; Murrav county, Hulphur. y,2 tracts;
2.0s acres November ii. 26; Garvin county,
I'nulH Valley, (CI tracts, rw.WW acres. No
vember 27, 2x. ; McClsIn county, I'urcell,
Ifc'i tracts, 14. Wu acres, December 1. 2; Pun
totoc county, Ada, 699 tracts, 45.910 acres,
ln-eemher 4. 6. 6; Johnson county, Ttaho
mliiiro. .,4 traits. S9.3W acres. December '..
, 9; Marshull county, Mutllll, 27 tracts,
1K.6KI acres, December. 11; Bryan county,
luirant, .'10K tracts, 26,1(0 acres. Decombe
12, 13; Atoka county, Atoka. l,3(i tracts,
llM.otu acres. December 14 D. 18. 1. 15; Coal ,
county. Coalgatc. IKIH tracla, Dl.tSOf acres,
December 2H. 21. 22; Hughes county, Culvin.
4Tt tiacts, W.i'01 acres, December -t. -',';
I'lttsburg county. McAlester. 1.6' tracts.
ir7.1( acres. December 26. 29, 30. fill, Janu
ary I, 2; Haskell county, htlKler, 41S tracts.
"0,::ii acres, .lunuary 3. 4; Latimer county,
Wllburton, 191 tracts, l.l.uiO acres. ,l.muar
6: l.ellore county, l'otea.'. 275 tracts, !l.
acres, January 6, pusnmataha count).
Antlers 41 tracts. C'.'.Oiu acres. J.inusiv s,
9. 10; Choctaw county, llug.i. .'Kit tracts.
?l.TSi acres January 11. 12. 18; McCuruon
UIU :7. trncls M Ut. ncrt'S. JILIIU-
' arv 15,' If. 17. It. 1912. Not more than li-)
ocris of agricultural onu mi kit 01 timer
lands will be sold to one person In any one
nation. Agrltultuisl lands are those hav
ing a minimum valuation of $A.ft) or more
per acre. Terms are 25 per cent at th
time nf eale, Sti per cent In twelve month
nrwl F.o n-r cent In two years, with 0 i
! cent Interest. Pa merits must be made In
I the form cf draft or certified check, pay-
IMP It, J. t. , - "
full pavment beliin made at uny time deed
will Issue. Immediately after approval of
tmle certificate of purcnahe will Iraue anl
possession be fc'lven. but cutting of timber
or drilling or nilnlnK for minerals thereon
wll! not be permitted until full payment
of purchase price. Right Is reserved to
,ni..,.i .mi. nr nil hlils. For inf urnu tlori
spplv to the Commissioner to the Five
Civilised Tribes. Mui-kuiree. Oklahoma, or
anv of the Dlrtrlct Agents as In lands
within their respective districts. Lists of
these lands hsve been prepared hv coun
ties, showlnu the terms of sale, the de
scription of the various tracts und mini
mum price. It will be Imtiracilcnble tn
furnish each Inquirer all of these Hats and
It la suvKcBted that persona debiting sucl,
i Information specify (he locality In which
they are Interested. nine prlnta of the'
various counties, slw. wing the locatton ,f
the land to be s iltl, i,l be furnlslml upon
application to the undersigned uik,ii -.ii,
payment of ' tor each county, li
the form of draft or postal monev ordei
J. G WRlTHT, Commissioner to the 1'Ue
Civilized Tribes. Muskogee, Ciklahonva, Au
gust 1. 19U.
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