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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Reed Ahatrart fn niaa ..,.. Ar
flee In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
Meal Cement Co.. 17th and Coming Sts.
Fuchs. Sou & Blind, palnting.decoratlng.
H. Groas, !um. wreck. g. plb. 21 & Paul
ACREAGE FOR SALE,
ACREAGES BARGAINS near Omaha.
Prln S. Merrill. 1213 City Nat Bank Bids.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
Van Camps Addition
$1 Per Week
Buy a large lot in Van Camp" Addi
tion, situated midway between Omaha
and South Omaha and the crest of a hill
overlooking the river.
Why Pay Rent?
But one of these lots and become a
home owner. You can build at once
you don't have ty wait for a deed.
Only 15 Unsold Lots
in this beautiful addition. Fiv lota nn
Atlas St. between 12th and 13. Eight
joib in fiomer bl Detween wtn and 12th
Two lota at 11th and Hugo Bts.
)150 to $350-only three higher.
Salesmen will be at 12th and Atlas Sta.
Saturday afternoon, July 6, and Sunday
afternoon, July 7, 1912, from 2 until 5
p. m. Bring your cash deposit with you.
The Byron Reed Co.
213 S. 17th St. Both Phones.
RENTING AT $27.50
LOT 60 FEET FRONT
2612 NORTH 19TH AVE.
W. H. GATES,
644 OMAHA NAT'L BANK BLDG.
'PHONE DOUG. 1294.
HERE IS A
1200 buys a 50xi28-foot lot not far from
car line. Lot fronts south on Lucas be
tween Clark and Burnham; described as
of lot 10. block 35. Phone Webster
tUl or address G. R. W., He.
MAP OF OMAHA STREETS, indexed.
Mailed free on application. Charles E.
Williamson Co., Rental Estate, Insur
ance, Rentals, care of property, Omaha.
1850. A nice 4-room house, with cellar,
barn, wagon shed, tool Douse. Douglas
TO BUT. SELL. OR RENT, FIRST SEH
JOHN W. ROBBLNS. im FARNAM kT.
FARM & RANCH LANDS FOR SALK
BRITISH COLUMBIA lands on GRAA'D
TRUNK. Frank Crawford, 203 Cottos
Blag.. Vancouver or Omaha.
-.- . Georgia. "
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTIC. BLRM1.N GUAM ATLAN
Lands adapted tu the widest range of
crops. All tne mouey crops of the souu
plentifully produced, b'or literature treat
ii. B with mis coming country, its soil,
climate, church and uchooi advantages,
W. B. LEAHY, DEPT. K.
General Passenger Agent, ' -ATLANTA,
FOR SALE 124 ACRES IRRIGATED
land, three miles from town, for $7,800,
and will take $4,600 cash and will give 7
years on trie balance. For information
write Henry Maples, Richfield, Idaho.
MusST pi'ouuctivis nay ana gram land
In the world Long Valley, ldauo. No Ir
rigation needed; fine climate, fine water,
cueap fuel, telephones, railroad, elec
tricity. Improved land $2o to $60 jiw acre.
Uso tii.esi orchard land proposition in
Idaho. 'or intoimation write today. Pay
ette River Colonization. Co., ,Nanpa,
160 acres, one mile from Greenleaf,
Washington Co. All good farm land ?nd
one of tho best improved farms in the
county. Also 160 acres, pasture and mow
land, to be had one easy terms, war fur
ther particulars write, R. C. McGrew,
THE easiest way to find a buyer tot
your farm Is to insert a small want ad
in the Dea Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation in the state of Iowa, 43,000 daily.
The Capital is read by and believed in by
the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper in their
homes, Kates, 1 cent a word a day;
per line per montn; count ix ordinary
words to the line. Address Lies Alouie
Capital. Des Moines, la.
SPRINGFIELD HAS IT!
We make a specialty in offering for
eale good stock and grain farms. We
get buyer and seller together.- Their deal
is ours. We recommend nothing but good
stuff. Our commission is 6 and 2 per
cent. Write us for price list and in
formation concerning Springfield and the
Ozark country. Greene County Realty
Co., 309 College St., Springfield, Mo.
WE HAVE over forty improved and
unimproved farms in Dallas county, Mo.,
from $10 to $60 per acre, fine corn, wheat,
oats, timothy and bluegrass land, good
fruit, land lays well; send for lists. Bond
& Crawford, Graham, Mo.
RANCHES-$2,00Q to $100,000. Send for
list Shopen & Co., Ranch Dealers,
Stock and Grain Farm in Cen
tral Nebraska at $10 Per Acre
Less than cash value.
640 acres, only seven miles northwest of
Sargent, Neb., all best soil, about 275
acres in cultivation, 25 to 30 acres lr.
alfalfa, fenced and cross-fenced, 3-room
bouse, large barn, cribs, granaries and
all necessary outbuildings, windmill and
good well, fine orchard of apple and
cherry trees, 50 to 60 tame grape vines 3
years old; the pasture land In this tract
is rolling, ,the farm land all lays well
and is easily worth $10 per acre more than
the price asked; this farm is well located,
telephone in house, rural route and no
better farm can be found in the state
for the price, which is $27.64 per acre;
rents for one-third delivered In town. NO
TRADES. Worth $35 per acre.
A. B. Hartley,
' 8ARGENT. NEBRASKA
FOR SALE First mortgage, $4,300, on
farm near Tekamah, Neb., bearing ( per
cent Address G 402, Bee.
Farms Farms Farms
Driving distance of Omaha. Bargains.
Let us show you the goods. All sizes,
all prices, all terms.
OP.IN S. MERRIL CO.
Rooms 1213-11 City Nat l. Bank BJdg-.
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
HOMESTEAD 33) acres rich farm land
at S17S filing fees and all. Not rough or
sandy. J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
With 43 acres of fruit and alfalfa land.
very close to schools, churches, and street
cars; good income. 8 room house, barns
and other outbuildings, for sale by owner,
no trades; If interested address, J 400, care
HOMESTEAD locations, deeded lands
and relinquishments In Butte and Hard
ing counties. S. D. Address Box E. SS3
AN excellent sec. of well-fenced land
in northern Butte Co., So. Dak.; sandy
loam soli; g acres in crop; 30 ml. from it.
R., 7 ml. from Inland town; will sell for
m.&o per acre. Add. F 382. Bee.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment' near good
railroad town; has running spring water;
iii iiiaKe an excellent rm or rancn;
only 14 months' residence necessary. Price
1500 ' Shlller Xr Parv 1137.40 rilv V.tlnn.l
WANTED TO BORROW
First Mortgage for Sale
C 1 frf ftrst mortgage on new buildings
ff built ror homes are the safest
' securities In the world.
These securities have been our spe
cialty for 12 years without the loss of
a dollar to ourselves or invMtnra.
A list of mortgages, $300 up to $2,500
mailed on request with highest references.
American "Security Company
n j. nth st Omtiiu.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE
Printing Bid will ha rulv K
Commissioner of Printing at the office
of the Secretary of Star at T.t
Nebraska, on or hp.fnr s
JuIV 13th. 1912. fnr nririfintT Kirt H
the Report of the Code Commission of the
State of Nebraska. Specifications for
same can be found on file in the office of
the Secretary at Rtata ah h(H v.
accompanied by a bond equal in amount
to the probable cost of the work bid
upon. The Commissioner reserves the
rleht to relert. a nv nr all hiHn
Nebraska .Tnlv 3 1019 w n ' Tunw i o'
Deputy Commissioner of Printing. J-6-d-st
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
E. A. Barley to B. Fltimeyer, lot 4, block
1. Portland Plafa aa
Grace Daugherty to C. C. Aliiton, na'iwi.
J. Tannebaum to B. Handler XX
w. M. Davie to Jay Lererty, lot i, block I,
Miasourl Park add
W. A. Smith to j, v. Henemtn, lot 4, block
I, Oiencoa Placa add
W. A. Eedick to Mary McAndrawa nil
'' " ana ih raet lot S, block 8. Oak
C. E. Hemint to E. Rlula. Iota V,,' H ini
u, oiock u, eaunaera' add
E. L. Dunn to It it. r-hinnv. i, ""
block , Shull'i Sacood add ,' j.sofl
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' Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. July 5.-COTTON-Futures
closed steady at a net advance
of three to eleven points after a steady
opening at an advance of two to ten
points on good cables. There waa com
mission house demand and the advance
would have been wider had It not been
for the favorable weather map. Longs
took profits frequently. During the after
noon neither side was aggressive, but the
market continued steady.
NEW ORLEANS, July 5.-COTTON-Spot
cotton closed firm l-lc up; middling,
Vihic. Sales, 36 bales; arrived, 68 bales.
Low ordinary, 8 15-16c, nominal; ordinary,
9c, nominal; good ordinary 11 3-itjc;
strict good ordinary. 11 Mc; low
middling, 12cr middling. 12Hc: strict
middling, 12c; good middling, 13c;
strict good middling, 13 3-l6c; middlinar
fair. lSftc. nominal; middling fair to fairv
13'fcc. nominal; lan, iivif. nominal, tie
ceipts, 600 bales; stock, 40,249 bales.
GRAIW AND PRODUCE MARKET
Weak Cables and Copious Rains
Tend to Demoralize Wheat
PRESSUBE ON COM IS HIGH
This Market, as Well aa Wheat, Is
In Position to Rallr Should
Weather Chance Scare
. OMAHA. July 5. 1312.
Weak foreign cables together with
copious rains where most needed de
moralized the wheat market. Favorable
weather for maturing the spring wheat
crop and better returns from harvest
VfelfiS In fSAOtinna Af th. iirin. .ta
belt caused the heavy unloading ot long
vnwti ana encouraged selling nort. The
market Is now conceded to be heavily
Short Rntrl and urtth onv iiHr.vn,.KU
newg might readily respond to any buy-
There is no abatement to the selling
pressure through liquidation and short
selling of corn, which the market has
been subjected to for some time. This
market as well as wheat it in a position
to rally quickly should weather condi
tions change to scare the shorts.
Newa wai all In faun, Ih. ..It...
- .... ... v atici 9
and wheat values took a sharp decline.
Cash wheat was HSlo lower.
Th. pnrn .1.. . ft. .
- " .. ma. v nm miav m. umi It L Lair
on good growing weather and favorable
ftPin n.nia . ln . U - ... 1 1 .
wh uvna. an wrn was uuii ana
values were lftc lower.
Primary wheat receipts were S63.OO0
bushels and shipments were 208,000 bush
els, against receipts last year of Slti.OOO
Primary corn receipt were 672.000 buh-
l. & inrl ihinmnnta ta.-a-a CaQ tuYi Kiftsaa1
H.i.rMi.ui WWV UUBt434VPa
agrainat receipts lat year of 608,000 bushels
23,000 bushels of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 692,000 bushels.
.Liverpool closed Hd to 2d lower on
wheat and d to 1& lower on coin.
The following cash sales were reported:
Wheat: No. 3 hard, J1.06. Corn: No. 3
white, 2 cars, 74!4c; No. 3 white, 1 car,
4Ho; 3 cars, 74c; 2 cars, lic; 1 car,
73Hc; No. 4 white, i cars, 71Hc; 1 car, 71c;
No. 3 color, 1 car, 72c. 1 car, 70Vic; No. 2
yellow, 1 car, 70Hc; 1 car, 70c; 1 car, tsue;
No. 3 yellow, 1 car, 69i4c; 6 cirs, 69c; No.
4 yellow, 1 car, 66c; 1 car, Sc; 1 car,
6o; 1 ear, 65c; 1 car, 64c;, No. 2 mixed,
1 car, 69c; No. 3 mixed, 5 cars, mto; 4
cars, H4c; No. 4 mixed. 1 car. 6SHc; 1
car, &c; 4 cars, 65c; S cars. 64ttc; 1 car,
li. 4 .... Mm ms. n... m B- q..
car, 61c; 1 car, 58c; 1 oar, 66c. Oats: No.
a wniie, u cars, o; i car, 4JVtc.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, $1.0501.07; No. 3
hard, $1.041.08; No. 4 hard, 98c$L03.
CORN-No. 3 white, 7374c; No. 4
white, TOHSTlVic; No. S color, 7(72c;
No. 2 yellow, 641470V4c; No. $ yellow,
6Dcf9Hc; No. 4 yellow, 6466ic; No. 2,
69c; No. 3, 68i384c; No. 4. 63Jj5c; no
OATS-No. 2 white, 6&362e; No. t white,
4444i4c; standard oats, 43i44c; No. i
white, 43H44c; No. 4 white, 42443V4c
BARLEY Maltlnp 7K(ft,n. Mr 1 food
60w)c; heavy feed, 070c.
Xi!-JNO. oVjjgic; No. 3, 79Slc.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 6 176 98
Omaha 10 85 26
Duluth '.. 60
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Tradina- and Closlngr
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July 6. Grain nrlcea went
smashing downward today because of a
nearly world-wide Improvement in crops.
Wheat closed mc to 2U(6?24c lower: corn
off 2 c to iWie, and oats at a decline
of c to lc. In provisions there was a
siant rrom uncnanged figures to 10l2WjC
In wheat, the whole tide of trade swept
against the bulls. Since the previous close
the entire northwest had received rain
In a way that removed all doubt as to a
flattering prospect In that direction.
South Dakota, the dryest state of any,
was soaked with four Inches. St. Louis
and Kansas City sent word of heavy
marketing of new wheat with harvest
conditions ideal. At the same tune, cable
news was on the side of sellers, weather
conditions having changed most favorably
over the United Kingdom. France and
portions of Russia.
A banner day for the bears was the
Inevitable result, wheat' prices being
forced off sharply under pressure from
discouraged holders and belligerent short
sellers. Belated longs found themselves
compelled to unload on a fast sinking
market and encountered the worst break
of the session in the lust fifteen minutes.
Futures range as fo'uows:
High. Low. I
1 06 1 05
1 02H 1 01
1 OBI 1 02
10 37 10 37-40
10 62-55 10 55-67
10 47 10 50
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Easier; winter patents, $5.06
5.35; winter straights. $4.405.15; spring
patents, $5.106.60: spring straights, $4.30
5.05; bakers, $3.504.50.
RYE No. 2. 73c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 5870c; fair
to choice malting, 93c$1.10.
SEEDS-Timothy, $ti.0010.00; clover,
PROVISIONS-Pork, mess, $18. 37 18. 50.
Lard, in tierces, $10.75. Short ribs, loose,
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 135,000 bushels. Primary re
relpts were 233,000 bushels, compared with
1,894.000 bushels the corresponding day a
year ago. The world's visible supply as
shown by Bradstreet's decreased 10,121,000
bushels. Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 7 cars; corn, 173 cars; oats, 96
cars; hogs, 16,000 head.
WHEAT-No. 2 red, $1.0631.08; No.
3 red, $1.031.07; No. 2 hard. $1.061.08;
No. 3 hard, $1.031.06; No. 1 northern,
$1.131.15: No. 2 northern, $1.111.14; No.
3 northern, $1.071.11; No. 2 spring, $1.08
1.12; No. 3 spring, $1.041.11; No. 4
spring, $1.0061.10; velvet chaff. $1.001.12;
CORN-No. 2, 70c; No. 2 white, 75fl
76c; No. 2 yellow, 7272c; No. t, 6971c;
No. 3 white, 7475c; No. 3 yellow. 71
71c; No. 4, 6670c; No. 4 white, 7071c;
No. 4 yellow, 6570c.
OATS-No. 2 white. 4849c; No. 8 white,
4547c; No. 4 whits, 4447c; standard,
RYE No. 2, 75c.
TIMOTHY SEED $6.00 10.00.
BUTTER-Steady; creameries, 23 26c;
EGGS Steady; receipts 16,330 cases; at
mark, cases included. 1516c; ordinary
firsts. 16c; firsts, 17c.
CHEESE-Steady; daisies, 1515c;
long horns, 1515c.
POTATOES Weak ; receipts 60 cars, all
new; old, o05oc; new, 60 Toe; barreled,
POULTRY-Irregular; turkeys. 12c;
Chickens, 13c; springs, 222c. 7
VEAL Steady, 8&Uc.'
Corn seem to be recovering so rapidly
from the effects of late planting and
other drawbacks that owners of futures
not only let go, but distributors were
frightened by the chances of still further
declines. September fluctuated from 67
694c, closing weak, 2&2c net lower, at
67c. No. 2 yellow was quoted at 71
A belief that the largest crop ever
raised in .this country had become as
sured made oats at times almost as
active and depressed as wheat and corn.
Limits touched for September proved to
be 36c and 37c, with the close at 36c,
a fall of lc, compared with forty-eight
Constant support from - packers sus
tained provisions. The average for pork,
lard and bacon did not amount to more
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotation of the Day on Varloaa
NEW YORK. July 5,-FLOUR-Easier;
spring patents. $5.50iSj8.80; winter straights,
$4.(g5.10; winter patents, $5.2575.50;
spring clears. $4.504.8O; extra No. 1
winter. $42O4.40; extra No. 2 winter.
$4.00(54.15; Kansas straights, $5.0Off:.W. Rye
flour quiet; fair to rood. $4.704.90; choice
to fancy, 5.0o$5.20.
CO R-NMEAL Quiet; fine, white and yel
low. $1,701.75; coarse, $l.53jil.70; kiln
BARLEY Juiat; malting. $1.121.15. c.
i. f., Buffalo.
WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 2 red,
55c, elevator, domestic basis, to arrive,
and export. $1.17,f o. b. afloat, to arrive;
No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.19. f. o. b.
afloat Futures market closed llc
net lower: July closed at $1.13; Septem
ber, $i.07j December, $1.07.
CORN-Spot market weak; export, SOc,
f. o. b. afloat.
OATS Spot market weak; standard
white, $4c, in elevator: No. 2, B4c; No.
S, 63c: No. 4, 53c; natural white nd
white clipped, 5357c.
HAY Quiet; prime. $1 50; No. 1. $1.45;
No, 2. $1.40; No. 3. $1.101.25.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
1911 crop. SOitiftSc; old, 10??2Oc; Paclflo coast,
1911 crop, 34(g38c; old, 13ft20c.
HIDES-Steady; Central American, 24c;
LEATHER Firm: hemlock firsts, 250
27c; seconds, 24S2iic; thirds, 21iif22c; re
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: mess,
$20.5021.00; family, $20.00021.00;
short cltar, $20.204! 21.00. Beef, steauy;
family, J18.003US.50; bef hams, 2.jw
31.00. Cut meats, dull; pickled bellies,
1ft to 14 pounds, ll$llc; pickled
hams, 12(&12o. Lard, steady; middle
west prime, $10.5010.6(; refined, quiet;
continent, $11.20; South America. $12.00,
CHEESE Firm ; receipts, 5,325 boxes;
state, whole, muk new, white or colored.
I5l5c; state whole milk, new, average
fancy, 14o; skims, 412c.
EGGS Steady; receipts, 83,074 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 22fS2cj fresh
gathered extra firsts, 20c; fresh
gathered seconds, 1819c; western gath
ered whites, 22-23c.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 18,131 tubs;
creamery extras, 2727o; creamery
firsts, 25i$26c: seconds, 2525c; thirds,
24S24c; state dairy finest, 2ti26c; state
dairy good to prime, 2426c; state dairy
common to fair. 2223c; process, extras,
POULTRY-Allve, steady; chickens,
broilers, 2326c; fowls, 15c; turkeys, 13c;
dressed weak; western chicktns, 23S12Sc;
fowls, 14S)16c; turkeys, I6jjl7c.
Cora and Wheat Region Balletin.
United States Department of Agrloul
ture. weather bureau bulletin for tho
twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m., rith
meridian time, Friday, July 5, 1912:
Stations. High. Low. falL Sky.
Ashland, Neb.. 99 74 .00 Pt. cloudy
Auburn, Neb... 96 70 .00 Clear
Broken Bow .. 89 69 .19 Cloudy
Columbus, Neb. 98 67 . .00 Pt. cloudy
Culbertson, Nb. 85 , 53 . 28 Cloudy
Falrbury, Neb. 96 71 .00 Clear
Fairmont, Neb. 95 69 .00 Clear
Or. Island, Nb. 94 70 .00 Cloudy
Hartington, NblOl 7 .00 Pt. cloudy
Hastings, Neb.. 92 69 .00 Cloudy
Holdrege, Neb. 88 65 .15 Cloudy
Lincoln, Neb... 99 , 75 .00 Cloudy
No. Platte. Nb 82 54 . 20 Cloudy
Oakdale. Neb.. 97 70 . 00 Clnurlv
Omaha, Neb.... 96 74 .00 Cloudv
Tekamah, Neb. 97 7 .00 Clear
Valentine, Nb. 80 1 56 .60 Cloudy
Alta, la 83 70 .00 Pt. cloudy
Carroll. la 94 67 .00 Clear
Clarinda, la.... 99 67 .00 Clear
Sibley, la 91 9 .00 Clear
Sioux City, la. 94 72 .00 Pt. cloudy
Maximum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at t p. ro.
No. Temp. Rain-
Central. Stations. Hlxh. Low. tail.
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... .22
Indta'polis, Ind. 12
Chicago. Ill 24
St Louis, Mo... 19
Dea Moines, la. 22
Minneapolis .... 46
Kan. City, Mo. 25
Omaha. Neb 17
84 66 . 20
82 66 .80
84 68 .40
88 70 . 20
92 70 .00
94 70 , .00
82 62 , .60
90 70 ,00
94 66 .30
The weather continues warm In the
coi r and wheat region. Showers occurred
within the last twenty-four hours in all
except the Dee Moines, Kansas City and
St. Louis districts. Rains ot one inch or
more occurred at the following stations:
In South Dakota-Rapid City, 2.20; Mil
bank, 1.30; Watertown, 1.60. Michigan
Flint, 1.10. Kentucky Beaver Dam and
Earlington, 1.20; Bowling Green, 2; Hop
kinsvllle, 1.50. L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
St. Loots General Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 5.-WHEAT-Cash,
lo?er; track. No. 2 red, $1.131.14; No. 2
CORN-Lower; track, No. 2, 78l?74c;
No. 2 white, 7879c.
OATS Lower; track, No. 1, 47c; No. t
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT Lower; July, $1.02; Septem
CORN Lower; July, 72c; September,
OATS Lower; July, 42c; September,
RYE Bteaoy, at isc.
POULTRY Quiet; chickens, 12c: spring,
2125c; turkeys, 14c; ducks, 912c,
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 2326c.
EGGSFtrm. at 17c. 1
r WUlCiJ ev caniviiia.
$5.2O5.70; extra fancy and straight, $4.40
$5.10; hard winter clears, $3.603.85.
Blirau iimomy, eiu.w.
HAY Firm; timothy, $18.00323.50; prat-
rttuvipiumo rorK, uncnangea; jod
blng $16.75. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam, tl0.1010.15. Dry salt meats, Tin
changed. Bacon, unchanged.
59,000 ' 10,000
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, July 5.-WHEAT-Cash,
old, 23c down; No, 2. 23c down; No. i
hard, $1.0461.08; No. 3, fl.03ffil.05; No. i
red, $1.072l.0S; No. 8, $1.041.08.
CORN lo lower; No. 2 mixed, 730
74c; No. 3, 7273c; No. 2 white, 77c; No
OATS-23c lower;; No. 3 white, oOfc
&Wc: No. 2 mixed, 484&VaC. v.
Closing price of futures:
WHEAT July, 96c; September, 954c;
CORN -July. 6lc; September, 6565c;
OATS-July, 45c; September, 36c.
HAY-Weak to $1 lower; choice timothy,
$15.0016.00; choice prairie, $12.00.
Wheat bu 5,000 20,000
Corn, 'bu 8.3TO 60,000
Oats, bu 2,000 6,000
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 5. WHEAT
July $1.09; September, $1.021.02; De
cember. $1.02; cash, No. 1 hard, $1.11;
No. 1 northern. $1.1101.11; No. 2 north
ern. $1.091.10; No. 8, $1.0761.08.
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $21.00f21.50.
FLOUR First patents, $5.405.65; sec
ond patents. $5.105.36; first clears, $3.80
4.05; second clears. $2.7O8.O0. ....
CORN No. 3 yellow, 72g73c.
OATS No. I white, 4848c
RYE No. 2, 70c.
I . i
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. July 5.-WHEAT-No.
1 northern, $1.131.14; No. 2 northern,
$1.0991.12; No. 2 hard winter, $l.O71.08;
July, $1.06; September, $1.01.
CORN No. 3 yellow. 7272c; No. $.
white. 73c; No. 2, 7171c; July, 70c;
BARLEY Malting, $5c$1.08.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, July 5. WHEAT-Spot
No. 2 red western winter, strong, 8s 7d;
No. 2 Manitoba, 8s 24; No. 3, 7s 10d;
futures, weak; July, 7s 7d; October, 7s
7d; December, 7a 2d.
Coffee Market. :
NEW YORK, July 6.-COFFEE
Futures closed steady at t to 17 points
decline. Sales, 99,000 bags; July, 13.37c;
August. lX43c; September. 13.52c; October.
13.68c; November. 1365c: December, 18.74c;
February, 1 18.63c: March. 13.78c; April,
12.80c; May and June. 13.82c.
Spot barely steady; Rio No. 7. 4c:
Santos No. 4, 16c Mild, quiet Cordova,
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Pressure is Felt and Much of Former
Advance is Swept Away.
PRICES ARE LOWEST AT CLOSE
Interest Centers Aronnd Leaders,
with Weakneas la Copper, Steel
and the I'nlon Parlflo
NEW YORK. July 5,-Stocks were
under pressure from the outset of today's
session and a considerable part of the
early week's rise was lost. The selling
centered about the leaders, with weak
ness most marked In Amalgamated Cop
per, United States Steel and Union Pa
cific. The market was without leadership
in other directions.
The . shipment of gold to Paris was
announced, making a total of $8,000,000
to that center in little more than a
week. There Is still some mystery sur
rounding these exports. The Bank of
England lost over $3,000,000 gold on the
week and materially reduced the propor
tion of liability reserves, which fell to
41.39 per cent compared wtih 45.26 per
cent this week last year.
Lowest prices o fthe day were regis
tered In the final hour, when rumors af
fecting the copper situation and steel
earnings for the recent quarter were cir
culated. Various specialties yielded with
the decline, causing a weak close.
Bonds were irregular, with no pro
nounced chance. Total sales, car value.
United States government bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks today were as follows:
High. Low. Cloae.
K4H llS 24
n ;4 w
35 i it st
(4V M tl
!6H 35 Si
j; n i4
44'a 43 i ,i
101 10TH w
isi m m
43 11V. 41
lot lot m
i4o4 mi ufnt
V S7t4 11
U 1S tt
207H4 m 1!
174 17 164
M U M
II 80 10
Amalgamated Copper ..
Aim I lean Agricultural ..
Astitlcan Beet Buger....
Americas C. A F
American Cotton Oil....
Amerlcau H. & L. pfa..
Am. Ice Securities
American Locomotive ..
Americas 8. A R
Am. S. & R. ptO..,
Am. Steel Koundriea
Am. 8ur Reflnlug
American T. A T
American Tobacco pfd...
Anaconda Mining Co...
Atlantlo t'oaat Lino
Baltimore Y Oblo
Bethlehem Steel ........
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Leather ptd
Central ot New Jereejr...
Cheupaake & Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago O. W
Chicago O. W. pfd
Chlciao A N. W
Chicago, U. A St. P...,
400 ISTVti m
1,400 101, 106
C C C. & it. L
Colorado F. & I...
Colorado A Southern....
Coneolldated Qaa .......
1,700 1454 U3H K3W
nn 16 ib
Delaware A Hudaon......
Mfover A Rio Grande...
D. A R. 0. pfd
maimers' Securities ....
Erie let pfd....,
Erie Id pfd
Great Northern ptd
Great Northern Ore ctfa.
Interboroug h Met. , . . . ,
1,100 181 S, 171 178V4
i.ooo )38 m m
1,(00 4 43 43,
000 131 13SV4 IH
1.000 3144 31(4 lit
MOO 0 (Vi 194
00 111 131 1204
Inter. Met. pfd
Internetlonal Harvester .
Kaneea Cltj Southern...
400 15 II
K. C. Bo. pfd
Louletlll A Naehrllla..
Minn. A Bt. Louie
M , Bt. P. A 8. S. M...
MI.eourt. K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd
N. R. ft. of M. id pfd..
New York Central
N. Y.. O. A W
1.100 1(1 100
300 17 27
100 117 116 1164
1.000 14 31t i
1,100 J1M4 114 114
000 83V4 M 11
7.800 U3 133 . 131 '
1,100 134 134 134
000 114 113 114
000 10U 108 108
000 33 33 33
11.300 H7 106 15
WO 18 38 27K
Norfolk A Weetera
North American ..
Northern Paclflo .
Paclflo Mall ..,
P.. C. C. A St. L....
Preieed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car...
Railway gteel Spring..
Republic Steel pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd...
Bt. L. A 8. F. id pfd.
St. Louie 8. W
St. L. 8. W. pfd
gloia-Sheffleld S. A I.
Southern Pacific ,
So. Railway pfd
Tenneeiee Copper ....
Toxai A Pacific
T., St. L. A W
T, St. LAW. pfd...
Union Pacific pfd
United Statea Fiealty..
United aim-- Rubber.
United Statea Steel.,..
U. 8. Steel pfd
Va. -Caroline Chemical
Weatlughouae Electric .
Wheeling A L. E
China Copper ,
American Tobacco ....
Seaboard Air Line.....
Seaboard A. L. pfd.....
100 100 100
1,800 10 18
18.300 180 188
100 90 10
300 113 113
4,300 03 83
I.OOO 170 108 168
Total aalei for the day, 331,700 aharee.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, July 6.-MONEY-On call,
steady at 2i3 per cent; ruling rates.
2 per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent;
offered at 3 per cent Time loans, firm;
Sixty days. 3 ner cent: nlnatv lava lull
34per cent; six months, 44tt per cent.
T"i nil,,' i.rrm , itmn . ...
riuwii jacnv,Al 1 ILIU FAf JS1V 4(jy
4V4 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business In bankera' hill, a ut-.
for sixty-day bills and at $4.8740 for de
mand. 1 "inmerciai Dim, S4.s4.
SILVER Bar, 61'c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS-Government, steady; railroad,
WASHINGTON Jnlv K-ll tk. K
a-lnnlnar nf hnalrtAaa tnAttv ih. nr.ii
of the United States treasury was: Work
ing Daiance in treasury orrices, $97,663,116.
In banks and Phllinnlne troHsnrv jkv .
903. Total of the general fund. 1164.981.888.
Receipts Wednesday, $4,125,985. Disburse
ments Wednesday, $6,122,866. The deficit
to date this flnno.1 vp ! lem tcz .
against a deficit of $1,858,282 at this time
met. year, ineae iigures exclude Panama
canal and public debt transactions.
Sew York Imports.
NEW TORK, July 5.-Imports of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of
New York for the week ending June 29
were valued at $19,939,954.
Imports of specie for this port for the
week ending today were $77,559 silver, and
$365,768 gold. Exports, $l,31i,434 silver, and
London Stock Market.
LONDON, July B.-Amerlean securities
opened quiet with little business pending
the Wall street opening. At noon the
tone was quiet with prices ranging from
higher to lower than Wednesday's
New York closing.
OMAHA Julv K Ranlr rUorlnx tVi.
today were $2,532,300.96 and for the corre-
sponumg uay utai year i-,2X,Mb.U.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA. July 5.-HAY-01d, No. 1, $11.00
(J12.00; No. 2, fe.00eil.00; No. 3, $7.(f9.0;
No. 1 lowland, $10.0011.10: new, No. 1,
$11.0012.00; No. 2, $8.0010.00; No. i, $6.00
fcl.OO; No. 1 lowland, $8.60$4.00.
NEW YORK, July $.-SUGAR-Rsw,
steady; muscovado, 89 test, 3.27c; cen
trifugal, 36 test, 3.77c; molasses, SO test,
Persistent Advertising is t& Road to
OMAHA G K- r, n A C MARKET
BUTTERr-No. 1, Mb cartons, 27c; No.
1 in tu-lb tuba, 37o; No. i. ioc) packing.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 32c; Ameri
can Swiss, 26c; block Swiss, 24c; twins,
l'Vic; daisies, 18c: triplets, 18c; young
Americas. 20c; blue label brick.2 ltu;
Umbergor, Mb, 22c; 1-lb., 22c;
BEEF CUT PRJCES-Rlba. No. 1. 204o;
No. 2. 16c; No. 3. lSo. Loins. No. 1.
22o; No. 2, 13c; No. 3, 16c. Chucks.
No. 1, 9c; No. I, 8c; No. S, 7c. Rounds,
No. 1. 13c; No. 2. 13c; No. 3, llc. Plates,
No. 1, so; No. 2, 7, No. 3, 6c.
POULTRY Broilers, $5.0O7.50 per dos.;
springs? 20c; hens, 16c, cocks. 9ojUOc;
ducks, ISc; geese. 15c; turkeys, 23c; pige
ons, per dos. $1.50; Alive: Hens, 10c; old
roosters, bVi; stags, 5Ho; old ducks, full
feathered 12c; geese, tun feathered, 10c;
turkeys, 9c; pigeons, per doaen. 90c;
homers, per dos., $260; squabs, No. 1,
$1.50; No. 2. SOc.
E1SH tfresh frosen) P'ckerel. 8c;
white, 12c; pike, Uc; xrout, Ho; large
crapplesT 12iil5c; Spanish mackerel. 19a;
eel, 19c; haddocks, 15c; flounders, 13c;
green, catfish, 15c; rose shad s&o each;
shad roe, per pair, 4oo; salmon, 8y;
halibut, 12c; yellow perch, c; buffalo.
So; bullheads. SV10.
VEC1ETABLE3 Cabbage, home grown,
lb., 2c. Celery, Michigan per dog., 30r
Cucumbers. hot house, per box. 60c
V.SS plant, fancy Florida, per dus., $2.0a
Garlic, extra fancy, white, per dog., 15a.
Lettuce, extra fane;", leaf, ber dos., 2oix
Onions, white In crate, $1.35; yellow, per
crate, $1.10. Parsley, fancy southern,
per doc bundles, 60$7oc. Potatoes,
Texas, new, per bu $1.40; Wisconsin
white stock, per bu-, $1.10. Tomatoes,
Texas, per 4-bssket carrier, 85c.
FRUITS, ETC-Bansnas, .ncy se
lect, per bunch, $2.2oitf2.50; Jumbo, per
bunch, $2.75(3.75. Dates, Anchor brand,
new, JO 1-lb. pkgs. In box, per box, UI5;
Dromedary brand, new, 30 t-lb. pkgs. In
box. per box, $3.00. Flg California, per
case of 12 No. 12 pkgs.. 83c; per case of
14 No. 12 pkgs., $2.60; per case ot 50 No.
t pkgs., $2.00; bulk, in 2$ and to-lb,, boxes,
per lb., 10c; new Turkish. 5-crown, In
20-lb. boxes, per Ib 15c; n-crown in 20-lb.
boxes, per lb., 16c; 7-crown in 30-lb. boxes,
per lb., 17c Lemons, Ltmonlera selected
brand, extra lancy, 3u0-3tW slses, per box,
$6.60; Loma Liniunelra, fancy, ivo-m alsea.
per box. $5.50; 240-420 aises. 60c per box
loss; California, choice, 300-360 slsea, per
box, $4.50$o.00. Oranges, California Half
Moon sweets, extra fancy, 96-120-150 slses,
per box, $3.25; extra choice, all slses, per
box, $3.00; Valencia oranges, all slies.
$4.00. Pine apples, 30-26-24 sizes, per
crate, $3.00. California peaches, $1.25; Cal
(foinla apricots. $1.50; California cherries,
$1.25; home grown cherries, per crate of
24 qts., $100; home grown gooseberries,
per crate of 24 qts., $2.26. Was beans,
per bskt., 76c; green beans, per bskt.,
7oc, canrornia cantaloupes, M-slse, $2.25.
MISCELLANEOUS - Almonds, tarra
fona, par lb., 18o; In sack lota, lo leas.
Cocoanuts, per sack, $4.00. Filberts, per
lb., 14c; in sack lots, le less. Peanuts,
roasted, in sack lots, per lb.. Jto; roasted,
less than sack lota, per lb,, ci raw. per
California, per lb., 17a; in sack lots, lo
less. Cider, per gal. 75o.
prvTrw lulu r tv.
, u, vi 11. WIHIUGIVIKl
Bulletin of Boston will say of the wool
"Thfra h u m hiutn a TAtA mAv.m.nl r.t
wool on the Boston market during the
mat weeK. notwithstanding the holiday
interruntlnn. Mnr. mnnl n.nlu i...iin.n
. - ' ' 1.HHV1;
and nartlv fleeo ha hoen iaM nhla.t
to approval upon arrival, Including about
1 AAA AAA , -. . . 1
puumis 01 neece at current mar
ket prices and approximately $.000,000
DOUndn nf tArrltnrv In .Jitu.
u j . 1, w..uiilWll I1V13
has been the usual cleanup business In
vuu.ru aim a tair iraae in roreign cross
'The west la nrntv wn ....
not over 6,000,000 pounds of wool being
left In Montana, if Indeed there Is so
much, with prices being maintained on
the firm basis noted last week.
"The shipments of wool from Boston
;i'?2!,rI,nuaryJ1 t0 July Inclusive were
144.271.9,4 nounda. anlnai immiiiim j
for the same period last year. The re-
j.iti ruin January 1 to July I in-
last year.,r "
NEW YORK. July 6.-COTTON-Spot
Closed alenrlv: mlH4Hn. ...i.-j.
middling gulf, 12.25c. Sales 6,600 bales. '
Oils and Rosin.
Firm, mM4&. "Tw-
juoii-f iim;, F. and O. $6.95.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle steady to Lower and Hoc
a 1, it fie tip la Price
CHTCAfJO Inl a -. rr-T,, r . .
: he": market, for best beeves, strong-
vn.t, .ireuy, lower; ca ves, 2ia
Y-Za ZZ"..l"' -ti-w; stocKere and
feeders. 14 OOhS v- nn,. ui
8.10; calves. KooiiSoV" mu
nuuo-Keceipts, 17,000 head; market
7 60 ".av.au,, duik or sales, $7,20
SHEEP Attn t luce t.
, " , ...... . AvteiuiB, a.ow
head: mnrUt i,-.,a
S'-ei we"in, -75s: yillngs;
eTn7$5.(K8 00, w"ors wi
Kanaae City LIt Stock Market.
KANSAS PITT .Tnlu a n i Trrt r.
- t wwej v. s "l. a. a s J sy nB"
ceipts. 1,500 head, Including 700 southerns
market steady to weak; dressed beef and
export steers, tti a.flfi m- foi n j
8 2o; western steers, $6.00(38.60; Blockers
lAXi"!"' ''W southern steers,
$4.25'7.00; southern cows, $3.256 25: na
tive COWS. t!( 2M!7M- nillu. k.lir... a.
'!'75Lbu""' $3i75.00: calves, $4.0008.00.
Huus-Keceipts, 8,500 head; market
Steady to 5a htsrhar! hulk nf ..i. rr mt
7.50; heavy. $7.467.50; packers and but
hjrs $7.35($7.60; lights, $7.257.57; pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1800
head; market lM0e up; lambs, $.508.00:
vearllnira 14 7(VR ttfl- w.th.P. Tr. ,
ewes, $3.50S!4.25; stockers and feeders, $2.75
St. I.onls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUia Jiilv K flTTT c r
6,200 head, Including 2.000 Texans; market
steady; native shipping and export steers,
$.00ii;9.05:, dressed and butcher steers, $6 00
8.50; stockers and feeders, $3.50jj'.75;
" aim iincia, fi.iois.io; canners, ix.uo
i4.50; bulls, $4.004.76; calves, $6.0Oti9.00;
"r i",.i.i m, fv.ouifo.fio:
cows and heifers, $3.508.00.
Muus-iteceipts, 11,000 head; market
strong; pigs and lights, $G.60ig6.75:, mixed
and butchers. t7.3M?7.l- e-nnH ho t xa
7 S0. "
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8,000
head:, market steady; muttons, $3.7505.25;
lamha. SR VtftliR enlla ttnA hunk, ei ic
3.25; stockers and feeders, $2.503.50.
Stock in giant.
clpal western markets yesterday:
P.tll. II.. 0U..
Kansas City ........
v.i.fcic. nuKa. nneep.
100 4. soi
Totals $,100 42,500 21,500
TWO FRIENDS IN TROUBLE
William Belvllle struck Alfred 8wanson.
his close friend. In Peterson's saloon at
311 North Sixteenth street yesterday aft
ernoon and knocked him to the tiled floor,
painfully Injuring him. The two are
farmers at Craig, Neb., and had come to
Omaha to celebrate the Fourth.
They commenced early In tho morning
to make the day an enjoyable one by
getting drunk. When they arrived at
Peterson's saloon they were both In a
fighting mood. Swanson crouched down
to show bow Flynn was going to go after
Johnson. Believing he was going to hit
him, Belvllle struck out with his right
grm and floored Swanson.
Both were arrested.
Nellie They say mustaches are coming
Mamie Do you care?
Nellie Certainly. I tnlnk most men
look much more handsome and knightly
Mamie Well, of course. I suppose you
know. I was too young to take notice
when they went out of style.-Chicago
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Not Enough Cattle Here to Make a
HOGS SIR0NQ TQ FIVE HIGHER
Large Receipt of Oregon Spring;
Lambs, with No Sheep of Con
sequence In Sight Too
Many of One Kind.
SOUTH OMAHA, July 5. 1912.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday 3,562 8.265 5,073
Official Tuesday ....... .5,252
Official Wednesday .... 827
Estimate Friday 93
Five days this week 7,734 44.741 15,776
Same days last week.. 14,164 66,366 14.577
Same days 2 w'ks. ago. 9.270 38.241 8,648
Same days 3 w'ks. ago. 9,513 71,678 19,156
Same days 4 w'ks. ago. 9,791 54,978 ' 16.987
Same days lust year. .16,379 38,652 10.591
The following table snows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
tor tho year to dato as compared wit a
19L7. 1911. Inc. Dec.
Cattle ...... 431.810 606,33? W.528
Hogs 1,87,33.1 1,421,192 46,143
Sheep 912.747 - 774,667 138,080
The following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at South Omaha for
the last few days, with compariosnar
Date. 1912. 19U.1910.1KO.1908.1907. 1M.
9 261 7 48
5 6 ao
6 83 6 19
5 82! ( 43
6 M I 44
t 921 47
6 841 6 48
8 76) 6 48
7 S 12
7 SOW 6 14 13
7 83 08 9 0 7 64
IN I S 181 6 99 7 63
16 SO 19 02 7 66
7 2S?I tt 38 8 9u 7 62 6 95
8 79 7 63 5 97
t 46 7 67 606
ee ee- ea
6 85 8 89 771
179! ( 48
Receipts and disposition of live stock
St the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
tor the twenty-four hours ending at 3
RECEIPTS CARS. .
Cattle. H'gs. Sheep. H'r'a.
c, m. & ot. f. Ry., 1
Union Pacific 1
C. & N.-W east.. ..
C. A N.-W.. west.. 1
C, St. T., M. O.. ..
C, B. 6V Q., east.... 1
C, B. A Q., west... ..
C, R. U P.. east ..
C, R. I. ft P., west ..
C. O. W. Ry
Total receipts...... 4
20 io '
" .. . . ..,
.. .. 1
s .. ..
59 12 10
CaUla. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha Packing Co.... 26
8wlft 4 Co 61 627' 1341
Cudahy Packing Co.... 14 997 12
Armour & Co..... $.400 ' ...
Schwarts V Co , 25S ...
Murphy 1 $47 ...
J. H. Bulla 1 ...
Other buyera 20 . . ...
Totals 122 8,624 ,SB4
CATTLE Receipts of cattle war very
limited today, there not being enough to
make a market or Interest buyers. This
was to be expected after a holiday com
ing so near the end of the week.
As noted before In these columns the
best beef eteors have commanded good,
strong prices all the week, being fully as
high as they have been any dm In the
history of the trade. On the other hand
the common to pretty good kinds of cat
tle have worked steadily downward, be
ing I026c lower' than a week ago.
Cows and heifers have declined around
25o during the week, and everything but
the best dry-lot stock Is safely $1 Tower
than the high time two weeks ago.
Stock cattle and feeders have been
working downward and stockers espe
cially have been very alow sellers all thu
week. Today it la safe to quote the gen
eral market 2So lower than last week, or
75c 11. 00 lower than two weeks ago, the
least decline being on the heavier and
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef steers, 18.409.26; fait to good beef
steers, I7.9A&8.40; common to fair beet
steers, $5.007.9O; good to choice heifers,
$6,000)7.26; good to choice cows, $5.256.26;
fair to good cows, 14.26(36.25; common to
fair cows, $2.50g4.2S; good to choice stock
ers and feeders, $5.0O.5O; fatr to good
stockers and feeders, $4.50frS.0O; common
to fair stockers and feeders. $3.76g4.;
stork cows and heifers, $3.5005.00; van I
calves. $4.50(87,75; bulls, stags, etc., $4.00
No. At. f. , Ne. , . Tr.
1 131 4 00 ( 1014 1 (0.
.. 410 I 75 I ISO T so :
J 800 IN 1 130 7 00
1 340 71 t 18 7 50
HOQ8 The market opened this morn
ing strong to 6c higher, with light and
butcher hogs In the best demand. Both
packers and shippers seemed to prefer
the good to choice light and butcher
hogs, and they were the first to sell. In
fact, the bulk of all the good hogs .sold
before 10 o'clock In the morning. Toward
the Inst the market weakened and all
the advance of the morning waa lost As
will be noted from the sales below the
hogs sold largely at $7.207.25, with a top ,
of $7.32H. It will be remembered that on
Wednesday the bulk of all the hogs went
at $7.16(617.25, with a top at $7.30.
It will be noted from the sales that the
best prices were paid for the good '
light and butcher loads, butcher weights
bringing the top price and higher than
the best heavies. It will also be noted
that common loads, both heavy and ,
light, sold at bottom prloes, the pries
being fixed according to quality rather -
No. A. Sa. IT. Me. A, gk. Tr.
loo us 80 t u 7 m mth
II 1M 10 1 17 21 Ill T it
(1 321 80 7 30 U Ill 300 7 li
141 ... 7 30 a 131 180 7 3
131 110 1 30 70 Ml 80 7 35
M 367 ... 7 30 II. ......350 130 7 21
U 34 10 I 30 17 344 10 7 SI
17 Ill 130 7 30 II 181 ... 7 23
11 101 140 7 30 41 130 ... 7 31
1 181 80 7 10 n 371 1(0 I 35
M...1...IU 14 7 10 71 Ill 110 7 U
59 360 10 7 30 It 141 ... 7 31
17. ......131 10 7 30 71 301 M 7 II
41 321 80 7 20 , 17 Ill 180 7 IS
(1 348 80 7 10 71 131 300 7 31
Tl ?il 180 7 M (S-..... I8I WO 7 31
41 .'.133 ... 7 SO M.......37I 130 7 11
T2 ..ill 10 7 30 0. ......13 ... 1 II
87 100 180 7 10 II ri 180 7 17tfc
10 281 80 7 32tt 71 330 10 7 S7H
71 117 80 7 32 'i 70 381 ... 7 30
15 ill WO T 3iSa 71.. .....101 100 7 10
83 308 10 T it 8S XI 130 7 SO
m in 40 7 :: 7i ni to 7 n
11 184 180 7 33ft II 141 40 T 13
14 !1C 80 7 35
SHEEP Reeclpts looked large on paper
this morning, but as a matter of fact
there was really not enough here to
make a market This will readily be
understood when It is explained that the
receipts consisted of eight doubles and
tour singles of Oregon spring lambs,
V4alth practically nothing else of any con
sequence in sight. Buyers were all out
In the barn early In the morning and
everyone apparently had orders tor a
few good killers. Had the receipts been
divided up Into wethers, ewes and year
lings, . as well as lambs, there Is no
question but what the trade would have
been active and stronger. Unfortunately
the twelve cars of lambs were all In one
string and it was a case of too much of
one kind for any one packer to handle.
B'or this reason the trade, which other
wise should have been active and
stronger, was really very slow and dull.
Still packers wanted the stuff and in
the end they cleaned up the lambs, paying
$7.50 for them, which was steady with
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good
spring lambs. $7.00$8.26; fat range year
lings, $5,255.60; fat range wethers, $4.50
34.85; fat range awes, J3.7J24.0O.
gt. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, July 5. CATTLE- Re
ceipts 300 head; market steady; steers,
$6.(09.15; cows and heifers, $3. 25 8. 60;
calves, 54.0OS8.00. '
HOGS-Receipts 8,500 head; market
stronger; top, $760; bulk of sales, $7.30
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 700
head; market strong; lambs, $7.00(28.00.
American Telephone & Telegnph Co.
A dividend of Two Dollars par share)
will be paid on Monday, July 15, 1911,
to stockholders of record at the close of
business on Saturday, Juno 29, 1912.
. WK, R. DRIVER, Treasurer.
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