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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913.
CITY l'ttOPMIXTY POIl SALE.
PltOPISUTY FUH SALTS.
CTY fnOl'KIlTY FOIt SALE.
lMUtl'KllTY KOll 8ALK.
The Opportunity of a Life Time
AN OLD OMAHA ESTATE
To Be Sold in City Lots and tq be Known as
Bring $10 with
you; it will be
worth $11 at
the sale. $20
will be worth
No interest, no taxes. until 1916. No payments when sick, no extras, perfect title, free abstract and warranty deed,
price you pay is all you pay. You can start to build as soon as you pay your dollar. LOOK AT THESE PRICES:
S6(X00 to S360XX)
OO Secures a
Down Then $1 a Week
Putt. I m, H)u,uu.qu.iW9.Uw.iw.
July II, 8 C6H Hi t 26 7 7 fl 43
July 10. 8 tw! 7 IS 7 8 Si 7 M fl 31 &71
July 16. 8 7SV 7 16 8 X8 7 !B 6 57 t 7
July 17. 8 82C J 7 74 6 44 72
July IS. 8 B1H 7 17 IX t 39 40 (
July 19. 8 8H 7 SO 8 35 8 SS 7 78 ft 71
July 20. 72JS8 8a7 7e 683 680
July 21. S 87K 8 31 7 70 27
July 23. 8 83h 7 84 8 S3 7 67 8 34 5 93
July 24. 8 77 7 SS 6 83 7 67 SI ft 4
July a. 8 7714 7 47 6 St 3 83 8 21 ft 97
Only a Few. Slightly Higher.
The majority of the lots will have city water.
on tho ground will be open day and night.
Westmoreland is Beautiful
, This is an old estate. It hasn't been transferred
for twenty years. Tho city has grown for miles boyond.
It is not a suburban addition hut is in the center of a
fine residence district, between two car lines, close to
schools, close to church an ideal place to live.
We are arranging to put CITY . :,
WATER in Westmoreland. -
How to Reach Westmoreland
'Take 'a Dodge street car, get off at 30th and Bed
ford Ave. and go west four blocks or take a Deaf Insti
tute car and get off at 45th and Bedford Ave. go east
Westmoreland, from 12d to 36th, between Spencer
and Bedford -Ave. Bedford Ave. is the continuation
of Lothrop street.
SSSI - BRING YOUR DOLLAR -
We are on the ground every day. Contracts delivered on the ground.
We sell day and night.
CONTRACTORS, CARPENTERS and BUILDERS should bo at the sale. Hundreds of prospective builders will bo there.'
This is your chance to get in touch with parties who are ready to build. Send some one to represent you or your company.
Many are disappointed at every sale by coming too late. You can point out hundreds of opportunities that you lot slip
by. Take advantage by coming early. Now is tho time for your boy or girl to start tho foundation for a home. Bring your
boy or girl to the sale. Help them pick out a lot. They; will never miss $1.00 a week.
ohre nU H' HARPER and 1013-14 City National Bank Bldg.
2 5 9 6 GEORGE C. FLACK Corner 16th and Harney Streets.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Hcocipti Are Low and Cholco
Stook ii nigh.
H0QS ARE GENERALLY STEADY
Few Sntrs Are Mnile at rrlces Fire
Centn Lontr Thnn on Thursday
Sheep nnd Lambs Are
SOUTH OMAHA, July SS, 191S.
Recelrtta were! fntll Hnca.
Official Mnndnv !U( fi.Gtd
Official Tueidnv t.49 8.919
Official Wednesday.... 1.909 7.774
Olfiolal Thursday..... l.SM 11.349
Katlmato Friday .. ... 241 7,400
Five ilnva this r.W a 91 11X7 17.1X3
Same days last week.. 11. 41 J S!.ttl Il.tU
Same 3 week ago 8,f03 40,111 !Kt,033
Samo 3 Weeks ago 8,977 43.3SJ 11,800
Same .4 Weeks arn 1S.713 RS.S&1 10.00)
S4tme days last yc.ar..ll,M3 3S.J19 S3.71S
Tho following table shows tlio receipt
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
live atook market for tha year to date m
compared with last year.
iwj, 1913. inc. wee
Cattle 4St4 453,842 ...... ,S
Hogs t(V,7R7 I,030,4 SS4.6S8
Hhoep 1,040,67!) 1,003,777 4J.W3
The following; table shows the rang ot
arlcea fop hogs at South Omaha for thi
ast few daya, with comprlont
IM I ?a
0 Ml 114 uk
4...... HI 10 I 7IW
Receipts and disposition of llvo stock at
the Union Htook yards. Houth Omahu,
Nob., for twenty-four hours ending Ut
t p. m. yesterday.
Cattle. Hoiri. atieep. irr't.
C, M. & St P. ny. 1
YVaDMU 11. K.
aiioBouri paoino ny.
Union Pacific R. it
Iv-. w .it, tt., cusit.. ..
C. & N. W., west.. ..
C. St. P., M. & O... S
, H. & Q., east
i I). (J., weat... I
, It, I. & P., eait.. ..
, R..L & P.. woat. 1
Total receipt! .. 17 1U 6. 1
Cattle Hogs. Sheep.
aiorriB cz v.u ,..
Bwlft & Co 114
Cud&hy Packing: Co U
Armour St Co 83
J. W, Murphy
B. O. P. Co., o
Armour. Kansas City... 100
Cudahy, Kansas City... M
mil & boil... ot
F B. Lewis 3
McOreary & Kellogg.... 16
CITY I'KOPKKTY FOR 8AI.B
MV UIAUTIFUIj home, one of the
finest finished bungalows In the city; a
nice walking; distance from the new
cathedral. Phone Har. ZS19, or call at S125
FAItM Jb UANUll JL.ANDM KOB SAIjE
Ji.err Yorjf. '
WHY YOU SHOULJJ OO ON IT.
Hera are some of the reasons, Mr.
Nebraaka Farmer, why you should be
interested and should go on this excur
sion of Nebraska farmers to western
New York farm lands. Which leaves
Omaha via the Northwestern Tuesday,
July 29, at 6 p. m.
The average yield of land In New York
la greater than In Nebraska. Govern
ment figures show that average New
York crops exceed those of Nebraska by
the followlnc amounts: 7H' bushels of
wheat per acre: 64 bushels of oatsj 42
bushels of potatoes; lVi bushels of corn
Because of the proximity to the great
est market In the country for farm prod
ucts prices for crops are from 15 to 0
and even ' 100 per cent higher In New
York than In Nebraska. It Is because
a quarter or a half, of the proceeds do
not c to the railroads for freight.
Brcause o the greater yield per acre
and the nearness to the market, valuesj
acre higher In NeW York than In Ne
braska, as government figures show.
Wonderful results are obtained from
fruit. The average gross receipts for a
good orchard of apples there amount
to t23$ per acre. One man with 1,240
cherry trees (about ten acres) sold his
last year's crop for 114.000. Another
farmer -with fifty acres of peach trees
received JU.000 for one year's crop. New
York Is second of all states In the union
ta orchard products, their value being
one-eighth of the total of the United
Htates. There is no danger of late frosts.
Prices are higher tnan in me west oa
raueo of the proximity to the market.
A great diversity of. crops are grown
In New York. The government figures
show that the soil is fertile and not
worn out. . . ' m ...
The farms are finely Improved, with
houses and barns so large and con
venient that they could only bo repro
duced In the west at a great outlay of
"ThV'roads are the best In the United
States. Transportattpn la cheap and the
facilities of the best.
The farms are near bustling towns, and
the great metropolis, with all of Its
wonders and amusement places. Is only
300 miles away. Social and educational
advantages are better than they are In
the west. The country Is a beautiful one,
the climate delliihtfuj.
The land Is lower In price than In tha
middle west, selling from 5 to 1173 per
acre, with all of the fine Improvements
Included. . . A. ,
Don't take our word for this.
Come and learn theite facts for your
self. We refund the car fare of those
who go on the excursion and then buy
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Fifteenth and Fawam Bts.. Omaha.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
"Crop Killers" Are. Foroed to Baok
Up from Wild Reports.
CORN CLOSES A LITTLE BETTER
Jnly and September Options on Yel
low Cereal Show. mall Advance,
and December Ilemalns
OMAHA, July Si, la
The. .crop killers wuo owurmbd over vhe
normweuieni wheat fields omy a lew
weeks ao and wiio told ot tho probatua
losses to tno jarmers in that section, h,ve
been forced to take to tall timuurn, ait
conditions are roporteu as quite favora
ble. Wheat is' being cut in the northern
counties of tioutli jJiUiota. and the crot
througn Urant and Koberts counties is
above the average, 'itie harvesting will
begin in the soutnern section of the Hed
River valley lira few days and it will
not be very long before the hum ot the
threshing machine will be heard and tho
outturn of tha crop will soon be known.
Generally speaking, the spring wheat
Plant is too tar advanced to iwrmit any
damage by black rust, and while the dis
ease is to be seen In scattered sections,
as Is the case every year, the growers
feel no uneasiness as to the results. The
weather for some days pajst has been of
the best possible cnaracter in our own
spring wheat,, belt, and while the plant
Is at least a fortnJshi late, north of the
International line, the groinmen of that
section believe that the outcome will, bo
According to a
Dakota and Minnesota will
equal, if not surpass, that of last year,
although the total yield will not be as
large as lfll. Cash wheat was lc lower.
Corn closed a small fraction better for
July and September, whllo Ihe December
was unchanged from yesterday. The re
ports from the fields were more favora
ble, yet many neotlons of the country
still need moisture. With tho present
low temperature the plant will probably
hold Its own until there is a thorough
wotting down of the drouth-stricken
country. Cash corn was Ktt'Ac lower.
An oats specialist said last night that
X per cent of the Chicago traders were
bearish. Cash oats were KQ&c lower.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
equal to 829,000 bu.; corn, 40,000 bu.; oats,
Liverpool closed with wheat UwHu
lower and Com Hd lower. . ,
Primary wheat receipts were 2,04,000
bu., and shipments 1,620.000 bu.. avalnst
receipts of 1,322.000 bu. and shipments ot
6S8.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn reoelpts were 435,000 bu.
and shipments 099,000 bu., against re
ceipts of 870.000 bu. and shipments ot
Biz,wo du. last year.
PHmin' null rrtn4n yvata RM.oOO' bu.
and shipments C04.000 bu., against receipts
of 377.000 bu. and shipments of SCT.OCO bu.
I Kansas City
Wheat, Corn. Oats.
RHAfc ESTATE LOANS.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No
delay. J. II. Mithen Co.. inc., m .nr
National Bank Bids. Douglas 1273.
CITY loans wanted. Loans for build,
W. H. THOMAS.
US Btate Bank BldtTj
MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No
delay. J. H. Million Co.. Inc., 921 City
National Bank Bldg. Douglas 1278.
OM.-HA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFB REAL. ESTATE CO.,
101 1 Omaha National. Douglas 2718.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
vroptrty, S, VA and t per ceat; no delay.
). H. Dumont Co., 1603 Farnam Bt.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1330 Fornr.nr Bt-
'1100 to 119.000 made promptly. P i
WtAd, Wead Bldg., 18th riind I'arnara.
pity rn&NU n.-rn i-ik.m
0 310-12 Brandela Theater Bldg.
WvNTED City loans. Petors Trust Co.
LARQE loans our specialty. Btull Bros.
HARRISON & MORTON. 918 Om, Nat
WANTED TO BUY,
Dolgoff 2d hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoe. Web. 1607.
glne; must be In good condition.
village uicrx, Cordova, rtep,
WILL, buy Blightly used Ford It ottered
at bargain. Btate condition, price. D. 20H.
Slightly used high grade piano. W. .725.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent a furnished house
for August and Sept- Har. 6Q84.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Have
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful attention.
Live Stock C'ommlaalon Merchant.
MARTIN BR08. is CO., Exchange Bldg.
NOTIOR i , hereby given that
staled proposals will be received
by the Board of Directors of the
Farmers' Irrigation District at their
office in the City ot BcotUbluff,
Neb., for the purchase of 7e,tj00 of the tf
per cent serial bonds of the district until
12 o'clock m. on the 6th day of August.
1IU. Bald bonds are Issued by authority
of an act ot the legislature of the stats
of Nebraska approved March 24, lfSM,
session laws 1&S5. Chapter 70, and th
amendments thereto, and pursuant to a
vote of a majority of the qualified
electors ot said district- The board ex
pressly reserves the right to reject any
and all bids fend will In no event sell
any of said bonds for less thau ninety,
five (93) per cent of the face value
By order of the Board of Directors.
HEYWARD L. LKAVITT.
Secretary of the Farmers' Irrigation Dis
trict. J 13d2JL
The following cash sales were reported:
Wheat: No. X hard winter, 1 car, He; 1
car, 60c; 2 cars, 79o; 3 cars, 79Hc No. 3
hard winter, 3 cars (dark), eOttc No. 3
durum, mixed, car, 77c, No. 3 durum, 1
car, 80Hc. Oats: No. 3 white, 1 car, SVAc
No. 4 white, 4 cars, 26Hc. Rejectod, 1 car,
33c, No grade, 1 car, 35c. Corn! No. a
white. 2 cars, 62 Vic; l car, 2c. No. 3 yel
low, 1 ceri 004c. No. 8 yellow, i cars,
BOUc: S cars. COUc No. 2 mixed. 3 cars.
eo'.ic No. 3 mixed, 4 cars, Wc, No. 4
mixed, z cars, 00a; 1 oar, 6io. No grade,
1 ear (wheat mixed), tMc; 1 car (hot),
68ic; 1 car, 6Sc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat! No. 2 hard.
TUgrsiHc; No. 3 hard. 78WHo; No. 4 hard,'
nvfiw, nominal; ryo. I spring, WAwnc,
nominal; Nq. 4 spring, 7879c, nominal:'
No. 2 durum. 81$41Hc, nominal) No. 3
durum, 80S80HC Corn: No. 2 white. 62U
62Mc, nominal: No. 3 white, 2312V4c;
No. 4 white. 1(S1C5 No. 2 yeiow, OOHc:
No. 3 yellow, oSk&Zmc; No. 4 yellow, &i
jXc; No, 2, tUUc; No. 3, 00S6O4c! No. 4,
Wieoc; no grade, 7lc. Oatai No. 2
white, 37K4738c, nominal; standard, 37Vi9
STHc, nominal; No, 3 white. 37fl3;c; No.
4 white. S6QJ6Wo. Barley: Malting. M
tiC6c, nomlnan No. 1 feed, SSgtllc, nominal.
aSUo N' ' K'!0C, nomlnali No. 3, 69
$t. Loots Oenernl MnrUet.
ST. LOUIS, July 26. WHEAT No. 3
red. UGKa; No, 2 hard, 343D0c; July, SSUc;
CORN-No. t. Wttc: No. 2 white. C4H
OCc; July, 64c; September, 82Vio.
OATS No. 2. 8SSV4c; No. 2 white, new,
89c; old, 89nV340o; July, SSUo; September,
RYE 66K7c. '
I'OULTRY Firm; chickens. WWcj
springs, 16V4o; turkeys, ISc; ducks, ISHc;
geese. 10c. '
BUTTER Quiet! creamery. 23c.
Flour, bbl 11,000 8,000
Wheat, bu 374,009 mow
Corn, bu 34,000 2,000
oats, du... v, w w,wv
CHICAGO GRAIN AND TUOVISIONS
Features of the Tradlnir and Closing;
Prices o nUoard at Trude.
CHICAGO, July 26,-Wheat prices gave
way today under 'selling due largely to
Improved reports ooncoinlnu the spring1
crop. Closing prices were steady at a de
cline of VMPfto to T4lo net. Other lead
ing staples, too, ail showed a decline,
corn Ho to lc, oats Ho to fco and pro
visions 6c to Sue
Bear pressure on wheat camo chiefly
from professional aourceB. Leading ex
ports touring in the northwest had en
larged their estimates of tho probable
Troubles on tho bull side ot the wheat
market were emphasised by advices that
orop and weather conditions In Franco
and Russia liad changed for tha better,
Argentina shipments on a gigantic scale
tended to weaken the com market. Flat
tering crop reports from Iowa counted
also in favor ot the bears.
Oats declined owing to selling on the
part of cosh and elevator concerns that
expect to have the handling of much ot
the new grains.
Buyers, Including a prominent specula
tor, unloaded holdings of provisions.
About the only support for hog products
came from pit traders who nad been,
Totals 67S MU . 2.047
piTTi.i" Thorn rvrm no cattle ot any
.great consequence in the yards today, the
total receipts consisting ui nun w.
Thi. i.ova, tho total for the five days
this week 9,915 head, a sharp failing off
as compared with last weak and a year
Thra w.m nniv xnren or luur iuuui
ot beef steers on sale, most of them on
ih. l in mfiAliim nrdnr. but there was
nn nnA trnnA mnllEh to hflnr tS.BS. Which
s only 60 under me extreme nan jwuv
of the week. The fact is, beet steers of
itood aual tv aro selling as nign as. mir
v... v.. a nnv tlrrm. On the other band.
half fat or warmed up cattle have been
lower, casing off as usual at this season.
It Is no easy matter to say lust how
much lower that kind ot cattle la selling,
ii a h. ninrVnt ta mora Or leas UHSVeU.
On days when good dry-lot cattle ari
scarce, packers are forced to tiiKo in
hnif.fnt klrnla nt rood nrlees. On tne
other hand, on days when there is a fair
snowing ot gooa oeet me ywrn -v
down very hard on the, half-fat kinds.
This, as will bo reaauy unutniwu.
makes tho market on that olass of stuff
vory uneven, and very hard to quota in
a way that the country win unaorsuuiu.
Tnnra wan no cows or nwi w w..
.... r hilt TtlA TAnliriK wu
steady and tho better grades havo been
steady all the week. Inferior gross kinds
nave Deen graouany eaaiua
Thn ivitp nn atnnkera or feeders, PUt
for the week ins marnet is a muo uir,
due to Increased, buying on account oi
...In.n.lnM ,n rjITTIL. ...HU. 1(1 IIUUIUV
beet steers, JS.2&OS.W; fair to good best
steers. I7.90s.i!i: oommon to lair peei
steers, 37.2&U7.WS good to choice- heifers,
$7.00i.OO; good to choice cows. IS.O0fi7.40;
falrto good grades, 15.t66.00; common
to fair grades, 3.tag:i.; good to oholcs
itPCkor.Kand 'feeders. I7.ft7.nj fair to
good stocksrs and feders, W.7T.S5; com
mon to fair stookers .JSJSi
8.751 StOOK cows anu owi, .,wv.i.-l
veal calves, 37.00010.00; bulls, stags, eto.
Ka. At. rr. Fo. At. Pr.
ft 1407 T I HP' I
u .T.Tiu 10 Ti..;. m iu
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Cloiie.l Yes'r.
July. E5J48 86H SH-U 85U9H 85H
Sept. 6S7 67 95HSU 8G?4 870fl7',i
Dec. 90HOH 60H DOi
July. 61 1 00ft mi 61i
Bept.02Utt 62 61U 1H2HGH
Dec. 587t5D9 (9 63 CS)iH (9
July, 3SH 8SH m WA S8U
Sept. 40Vti 40H 35HH HVH i0i
DeCI 42H1 M2nl 42HI 41H 42H
July. 23 05 22 05 22 00 22 00 21 47H
Sept. 21 37H 21 37H 21 SS 21 DO 22 20
July. 11 75 11 75 U 65 11 70
Bept, H S0 11 SO 1170 U75 11 &5
Oct. II 85 11 5 11 75-77 11 SO 11 W
Jan.. 10 05 10 C5 10 67H 10 60
Sept.. 11 80 11 80-S2 11 72J4 II 77H 11 SVfc
Oct. 11 00 11 CO 11 t2W 11 65 11 65
Jan.. 1012H 10 13& 9 9iH 10 12H
liivrrpooi urain aiaruef.
LIVBRPOOIa July 26.-WIU5AT-Bpot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 9ftd; No. 2,
7s 6Hd; No. 3. 7s 7Ud; futures easy; July,
7s 6Hd; October, 7 3Ud December, 7s
CORN Spot quiet: American mixed,
new, kiln dried, 5s 4Vdi old, 6s; old, via
Galveston. 6s fd. futures easy) Septem
ber. LaPlata, Is 10Kd, Otcober, LapIaU,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
Jiew, 86s7Ho: No. 3 red, new, S68SSH0;
no. 2 nara, new. mw, xvo. z hard, old,
MQS9Mo; No. 8 hard, new, 8&ys7c; No. 3
hard, old, 87GSHc; No. 1 northern, V2H
Q03Hc; NO. 2 northern, 91(3920: No. 8
spring, 8&r90a; No. 4 spring, 32&$So; vel
vet chaff, ISft92c; durum, UQSvc. Corn;
No. 2, 6163!4c; No. 2 White, 624O43Vt0
No. 2 yellow. 2fl2Vic; No. 3, 61HO2Wo
No. 3 white, 622Vic; No. 3 yellow, IK
S2V4c No. 4, G0tfeiHo; No. 4 white, 61
r2Ho; No. 4 yellow, 40lHc, Oats: No.
2, SSVic; No. 3. SSo; No. 2 white, IWifrtSHc:
No. 4 white, SS39c; standard, 39S&40Hci
standard, nw, iSHic, Rye: No. 2, new, 63
f4c. Harleyj 4&33c. Seeds: Timothy.
33.751?4-76; clover, nominal. Provisions:
Pork, 3S2.264I23.00; lard, U,70OTl-72tt; ribs,
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 23o to 26
POTATOES Easier: 70ctS11.0O; receipts,
EGOS Higher; receipts, 8.911 cases; at
mark, cases inoluded, 16&l7p; ordinary
firsts. WimVAc-. firsts, 17H18o.
POULTRY Alive, lower.; fowls, ih;
springs, Uc; turkeys, 19c.
Kunann CHv firnln and I'roTlalona.
KANSAS CITY, July 21-WHEAT-No.
2 hard, 80V44JS6Hc; No, 3. 7SS2Hc; No. 2
red, nc; no. s. nossovic: September, e&Ho;
December, 8iHQ6IHc; May. 635iOS9Tic.
CORN No. 3. C5c; No. t white, C6icj
ra. a. mi iwDiemuer, o.c; Jjeeemoer,
58c; May, 6030Hc
OAT8-N0. 2 white, 40Ho; No. 2 mixed,
HAY-Cholce timothy, $14.00314.60.
BUTTER Creamery, Wcj firsts, 26cj
KGGrt Firsts. 13o; seconds. 10c.
POULTRY- Hens, 13c; roosters, 9c;
quckb, jbo; orouers, ic.
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nr'ArMfTSnft AND FEEDERS,
1 7.: 4IS W II Ml 2 20
it'rinaljrttmrm nma a. fair Friday run in
Bight this morning, about 111 cars, , or 7.40O
head being receivod. .For the five days
the total .17 head. This s. over 2.600
head larger than last ween, ana is neariy
itooo head heavier than for the same
v ThV trade started this morning at an
early hour, speculator buyers picking a
cood many loads of Ihe better grades ot
ilehts and butchers at about steady
ini... tnna nvaln landlnfiT at 19.10. Ad
vices from oihir markets were rather
cJl-i.i, ' vm.r tiitvora started in to
force a fresh breax in prices, uiiern our;
1 .... nriv rnunus luuuru iu uo uuuu.
Ka tnwer. but salesmen were 01 tno
that hn market ought to b
ntendy. and refused to trade at the Prices
t,u nnrli.ra. Am n. reault of this
iiiuminni " J - - .
dlagreement on values nothing tnucn was
done during ins earijr iiuujti. jv y
less than halt of the hogs had changed
hands and at that time there was very
little belnir done. Prices paid, ror sucn
hog as had been sold a packers were
generally quoted as anywhere from weak
To So lower.
A little later on. however, traders cams
(o an understanding on prices, and when
the bulk of tho offerings began to move,
nrlees were lust about steady with Thurs
day's general market. Trad was very
.v.n nt this lime, and when buyers
uu... - t -,, . ,
left the yarus inerw ww aim m iui
unsold. As was h case yesterday, the
. innir atrlnna landed at W.70 and 33,
Quite a few loads of the rougher kinds
iold balow these figures, and lights and
butchers were scattsred on up as high as
3.10, me toy.
Ma. At. Bn. rr. r. t, nn, it.
10 1 10
II til 140
10' I IS
0 I IS
W I Ii
10 I 70
H I 70
1 I TO
10 I 74
J4 I 70
til ISO 111
UJ 110 I 70
H 10 174
117 110 I TO
tS IM 170
.1(4 10 17
4 10 I 74
2X IM 17
.171 240 I 71
.iU ... 171
... a i
... 1 it
110 I TI
0 I II
14 I Ti
,111 IM III
xs rov ti
14 9 71
114 I TI
240 I TI
14 I TS
III 110 S 71
111 U 111
IM I 71
241 140 lie
141 HO 114
HI 110 I 71
III ISO I 70
40 I W
10 I 74
... I 70
10 I TO
JO I 14
71 tit ... t77H
11 HI ... I 14
I. .,....! 10 I K
M HO II I 14
71 too 124 I M
IT IN 14 I M
110 I 10
110 I 14
41. ,, ....!
10 I M
ISO I 10
... t M
... t to
... 1 so
... t to
to 1 to
to 1 to
44 t H
... t II
... I tt
120 I ti
10 t N
40 I 00
... t 00
... t 10
... t 10
HEW YORK JITOCK MARKET
Leading Issues and Specialties Scoro
Advance of One to Five.
HIGHER PRICES FOR C0PPEP
Wall Street Not Worrylrip; 0er
Spread of Strike In Ml Chilian
Mines or Nevr Anti-Trust
m 110 ia 1 71
1 in ... rc n. ...... u ... 7 00
BHBBP Th market this Tnornlng wa
practically bare ot old shoep, but there
were four cars ot Idaho lambs and two
cars ot natives, mostly lanibs. Consider
ing mat it was near tne cioee ot tns
week there was n fair demand and the
little stuff on snlo commanded fully
steady or poanlbly n. little higher prices
than yesterday. There was notning very
good to- test the top. but a fairish kind
or lamba som at it.sv. w rignt goou
bunch of fat lambs on this basis would
probably sell up to 37.66 and possibly a
tt e hlKhar than that, it win be re
membered that a week ago today good
Idaho lamb brought 17.90, so that th
market on lambs Is at th present time
about SSo lower than a week ago today.
On the other hand, the market Is around
26o higher than It was on Tuesday, the
low day this woK. rne aemona inrouan
out the week ha been very satisfactory.
Supplies, though liberal, have been well
taken care or, metiers nnvo auaorueu
nearly everything coming. .
Bneep cased on sariy in inn wk, out
havo firmed up during the last few daya
and aro not very different froin what
they were R week ago, when Oregon
wethers sold up to ti.ti.
Feeding sheep and lambs have been In
good demand nil tho week, the receipts
being light at tho same time. As a re
sult of tilts combination prices havo been
'firm throughout the weak and the mar
ket In a good, ehalthy and entirely satis
factory oonailion as viowcu iruni a antl
Quotations on shop and lambs! Lambs,
good to choice. 7.HOT,65; lambs., fair to
good. 36.6007.25! lambs, culls, $4.25ff.00;
lambs, feeders, ts.0OiN.60: yearlings, good
n rhnle. tK.2MHl.00! vearlinKS. fair to
good. tX.0030.2S; yearlings, fenders, 3t.2SK
fi.00; wetners, gooa to omnco, t.wuu,w.
wethers, rair to gooa, t.awo'vw: wetners,
feeders, $?.28rN.00; ewes, good to choice,
I4.1MW.79; ewes, fair to good, 3J.6O0j4.lsi
ewes. leeaers, ii.iu4.ai cuu ncsi, w
CT5.0O. , .
no. "1: i
M natlvo lamos ' w
11 natlvo lamb 25
60 cull lambs 529
47 native owrs ana wetners.... m i
ta native feeders and yearlings 43 4 00
10 cull yearling W W
CHICAGO LIVB BTOCIC MAItKUT
CnttU Slovr, Steady Hob Wcaic
CHICAGO, July K.-CATTLJO-ReeolpU,
.600 head; market slow nna steaayj
hv.a tTSftfM.sO! Texas steers. vs.ww
8.001 western steers. rr.10O8.16j stookers
and feeders. $5.60776; cows, and heifers,
14 IKlfill rnlvna. IS. 2.'rff 11.00.
iinnuniwlnii. 77.000 head: market
weak mostly 100 lower; bulk of sales. MJ10
ere. so: light, js.wxbv.w; mneu,
0.45; heavy, 8.60aO.SO rough. $8J08.70
BlllSlSi AINU twvniua i"Jueiiv. ivvv
headi market strong! native, H.S&GJ-W!
,im ti.ssT6.60! vearllnirs. M.7Wr.0O
lamb, native. 35.$68J3; western, 3S.40
Bt. Lonls Live Btook Market
BT. LOUIS. Wo.. July 25. CATTLE
Tt.n.itsia moo head! market, native.
steady, southerns, lto lower; good to
choice steers, 37.25Si8.00; stockers and
feeders. J5.2S07.M: cows and hslfers, 148
iui hiilla. UtmUflM: calves. t6.0O7tll.00:
southern steers, tv.ztxa.vu; cows ana neu.-
HOOB-RecelpU, 8,000 head: market 15a
Inwar; nlsa and llarhts. 17.26410.86: mixed
and butchers. 3t.26tW.36j good heavy, t9.V
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,600
head: market, 15c lower: muttons, IJ-twa
4.15: yearlings, J4.0G3.00; lambs, S6.S5
Kansas City Live Stock Sfarket.
If ATJflAs CITY. iio.. July 25. OAT
TLE Receipts, 200 head! market Steady
. . . sa ta 4r t n a
to wean: pnme tea steers, ta.euwo.wi
dressed beef steers. 7,26fjp8.40; western
a tne re. sS.6038.20! southern Steer. H.W
7.10: cows, $4,001P7.00; holfers, I5.000tl.80r
stooKers ana teeaars. o.oi.cv "i
ta.oofttt.7S! naives. sa.soiaio.oo.
lirmn TiK-eliita. 4.000 head! market Co
in 10a lower: bulk of sales. IS.9OIrO.10: pack
ers and butchers. 5.rv.O(; usni, u.umc
fl OTU! nlan. t7.6tMt8.60.
head: market strong to 10Q higher: lambs,
316007.00! yearlings. $5.00t.7B; wethers,
f4.60at.2S! ewes, 31.604.65.
fllanx City Llvo Slock Market.
BIOTJX CITY. Ia.. July 2B.-42ATTLI3
Receipts, zoo neaa; market steauy; native
steers, .37.7007.80; cows and hslfers, K.1HU
9.V, calves, tt-Wil.tw; duiis, stags, etc,
Htu ttsceipts, t.uuu neaa: marnet oa
to 100 lower; neavy, ss.tuwti.6o; mixea,
tt.6508.so; light, IS.KX80.00; bulk ot sales,
BMMlSf lioceipts, wu neuo. nv uuu
. . ..'
St. iioarpn hiwb bwck. nnriuii
hT. JOH75PIL July 25-CATTLE Re
nalnta. 800 head! market slow: steers. 1175
ftMt cows and heifers, S4.w08.60i calves,
HOas-Recetpts, 3,600 head; lower; top,
ixim Iiiiik. n.Kffra.irj.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,000
heatR 1016o higher; lambs. 8.7tvit7.w,
' . . . r ,
J.onann nioun numni
TiNnoN. July 28. American securltlei
moved Irregularly duriiwf itie early trad,
tnc- tndav. At noon Canadian Faoltlo was
a point lower, while the rest ot the list
ranged rrom . aoove to v ooiow yester.
day's New York closing.
CoflaoU, miner 7lttllllnoU ObmsI 117
60 amount 7111 II M., K. A T U
inul o,DD.r ,71N. Y. Catnl 141
AteMaan '"15?? J'noarlTaaia H
Cauidlan Pultl..ta!4Illo 3H
Chleaio 0. W. ...... II Boatbm raeltto MH
Chl.. Mil, St. y.lOWtJBlra l'aelflo 174
l , ItUWabath I
a lit PtO. uauawra . vt
Oraail Trunk Holland Allnea. f(t
BILVKIt 1UT, steuoy at at -iou yer i,
MflNKY-W! nr cent.
Tha rata of discount in the ootn .market
for short bins is 1 per cent; ior uiroa
montnr puis, oi- per cent.
nmlon lltnlnir Stocks.
BOBTON. July 25. Closing quotations
on lioaton stocks and bonds:
niu... at if.ti.ww 41
Am!. Caspar -ItViNarada Ooa ltk
A z, jj, a o,..iii. mpiia ... t
ArilM Com IH North Batt 1714
D. & C. C. d. u, i r-orm "a 1,.....,, a
Cal. Anion. ..... II Old Dominion 17
Cal, tc liacia.,, w iwaaia is
Oanteonlal UWQulaor II
fMi. iiiiibi C C IIUiKhanDon ............ 7
feaat uutta C. M. . lIHHuparior H
Vraaklln .. . Maparlor B. M. ..
Granny con. ..,,... aunTamaracs
Oraana Onaaea . .. IViV 8. A. R. ft U.
lala Boyala Ooppar. UM do pfd
Karr Uka Ilitltah Con
IaU Cowr IHUUh Covvr Cb,i
La. SaJla (Xtppar,... 4 Winona
Milnl' Copper aKWoltarlne
NEW YORK. July 25. What promise
to be the most comprehensive movement
In the local stock market since the ab
normal dullness ot the early summer was
witnessed today, when leading Issues and
specialties scored advances of 1 to 5
fiolnts. The rise followed four consecu
Ive days of more or less steady advance
Factors that contributed to the mar
ket's Improvement Included higher Prices
for copper, a favorable German bank,
statement, an advance In Frenoh rentes.
a prospective large, local casn gain tor
tho week, good Union Pocifla earnings,
further ease In time money accommoda
tions and more favorablo conditions. It
Is understood that the Hank of England.
In the next fortnight will strengthen Us
gold holdings by 330.000,000, bringing Its
Holding to almost recoru-ureajung iig-
In tho face of this favorabia muiget
Walt street was little Inclined to pay
heed to reports of a new anti-trust policy
by "Washington or tho spread of tho
strike In tho Mlohlgnrt -copper mines. It
oven took, for granted that today de-
clonmonts In the affairs or tne new
Haven road must bo to tho advantage)
of that system. Not a few gain wore
cancelled m tho iinai dealings, wun
marked weakness in Canadian Pacific
and tho tone at tho close was rather un
The general bond market was strong
for the greater part of the session, but
some of tho government Issues . were.
again prominent for tholr new low bid
and asked quotations, with actual sales
of coupon 4s under tho previous low
quotation. Total siuet, par vaiuo, wcra
SJ.W5.000. . ..
Number of sales ana leaaina quotations
011 stocks were: . .
galtt, mill. law. um
Amatramatad CfcoDer .. 11.100 70U, lltt
American Acrleultural .. ...... 4IVi
Airarlean. llaat .Bucir,... 704
American Can lt,00
American can pro., s,ivo
American C. A r TOO
American Cotton Oil.... 1,100
Am. Ita Becurui
An.ancan udcohioiit ...
Amtrlean B. A It-
Amarlcan B. tt. Ptl..
Am. Huiar Itaftnlng.....
Amarlcan T. ta T..
Amarloan Towoon ......
Anaoonda Mining Cb...,.
Atlantla Cbait line.....
naltlmora A Ohio.......
imflieiitm Bmi ........
Mtnnvapplts drain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. July 23. WHBA.T-
July, pSlici Beptember, 87HaiS7Ho: Decern
hr iMs! cash. No. 1 hard. 'lc: No.'!
northern. 87OM4c! No, 3 northern. 85H
moi No, z nara juoniana, tow, rso.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, tWMtelc,
OAT8-N0. 3 white, 37Vitf37yC
RYE No. t pifJCTMc.
8HHD Flax, Sl.KHfl't41K.
MIlTrnnUee Ornln Market.
MIT.WAITKEEt July 25.' WHEAT-No.
1 northern, U23Jo: No. 2 northern, 90H9
WWe; No. J hard winter, 87Wf8SHcj July,
Kc; Hepiemoer, wic
(YlllN-No. B yellow. C2i3i2Ua: No.
white. ct No. 3, sltfiUHc; July, 601io
UrOoklrn Rapid Tr 4.904
100 ill 110H
1,400 ltru luti
400 JUH Ul,
100 ISO lit
1,100 IIU 1741
,aoa iih iita
Ohaaapeaka & Otilo....i
Chicago a. W
Chleaio, U, Ht, P.,
Cnleago a N. W
Oiloradd Fuel & Iron
CbntollOatad uas .....
Oorn lr(Jiicta ........
Dalawara A ltudaon...
Danvar a Illo Oranda.
iuenrar A lc u. pro.....
D itinera' Htourtt aa ...
Er lit PM
Brla td Bid ......v.
aratt Nortnam pfd
Qraat horttam Ore ttta
Inter. Met. pfd.
. S,t04 1414
. 100 14U
. e.&oo losti
. tOO 1MH
. 1,404 H
. 3,100 11144
. 409 1044
. too 1W
. 100 II
. 7,100 nu
inirnMiiuuai xiarraaiar.. ......
lnUr-JUrlna pfd ......
Intarnatlonal Papar ..... ......
Kantu City Southarn...
Lah h Valley 19,400 1MT4
IxutarllU a Naahrllla,. 700 11444
M, Kt. P. ft S. Bta. M. 100 Wik 11
i"n, n, u ...... a,ira H
Mliaourl raolfls 4,100 m
National Blaeult inn mu
National ,,, 100 u
rv. it u. of m. u pro,, tot 11
Maw Tork Cantral.,.,,., B.I0O It
N. T 0., a vr ,
Norfolk ft Weetam 709 1MV4
Mtrtharn raclfis ........ MOO 10t4
l'aelflo Mall ...'I. '" ...Z w'
raanirlraala hm ntu
Iaopla' Oaa .
P.. C. C. Bt. I....,
at a.I a-a. .
lr uisii Vtraee
409 1114 1H
rullraan Ialaoa Or.,
Jteadlog 4,roo iff
n.vuDiiB 1. a n . 1 Km
u,puiuo 4. a d. pia.,.,.
jiock lei&na Co,,. ,.
Rack letandi Co. pfd
at. U a 1. f. id pfd .
XMaboard Air Line....,.,
Haaboard A, L. pfd
8)oaa-atfriald fl. ft I,
eouinern l-acino 19,009
2u,r?. '"""r 1.400
So. luilwer pfd inn
ualon I'aririfi . aa am
Union Plfle Wu. " "'i5 it
unlttd States llaaltr
united sui. nuhh.. ..J:
imah rZZ.'"r."?"." -ES
Waatarn Union " 409 4U
' 11 . ' . lAtf JUrfVaaf a,,...
alia V. . ' .
- -w .V, 7n
vTJCW YorIC T Market.
NEW YOIW T..1.. M .
call, .teady at tw Mrnt-BnZJ
o PRIME. MERCANTILE- PAPER- per
.SPaH?0 BXCirANOE-steady, with
Mtuol business In banksra' bills at 4Lgjas
for slxty-day bills and at S4KJ5 for de
mand. Commercial bill. or
nnvnT"' mi Mrioan dollar, 47c,
IlONDS UOVtramant. ii..iii.. ,r'
road, strong. ,-
foil ws" luo,qon" on bonds were aa
V. e. raf. b, rag... llj;K. a 80. ref. la, 7
tO OOUDoa ........ 1141 L. B. rf.h J. ' Ii..
V..JB. II. rag.....,10l4IJ. A V. unl: IT." tlX.
da eoupon 101 M., K. ft T. lit i. aaiS
V. fl. 4a. r,.....114 'ta fit 4Ha tSv
do omipon' lCtHMo. Paclfo ?. 2
Panama la coupon.. It do eony. tar nu
A. O. J.t ta ctfa... 40 N n R of it ilia to
Amar. Ag. la....... 17 N. T. ti Ki , iu
A. T. ft T. o. 4... 100 i aa.. ii
Am. Tobaaco ta....lll Mjf T K H i n
Armonr ft Co. 41, ll ct. IU, 1.
Atoolaon gan. 4a... , 14 'i N. ft ft! i,t VL ii ii
00 cv. ia i.,. nu do or. 4a........ im
arini aatia nniiui a aririn at . aa a
A. CI It Irf Am V. J
piiaa, ft Ohio 4Ha.
00 conr. H-.
Chleaga ft A. IVia,
C. B. ft Q. ), 4a..
do can. 4a..
O M, a v e 4Via..l0l
u. n. i, a i a
00 nt. 4,.
. HW fAU,
Ohio 4 to "O. H. L. rfdg. 4a iii?
IM I Pnn, ty. wi'tuil
1. Tr. er. 4a... 1744 d eon. Z.." '' Si?
of Oa. ta lOlKiReadins gen. ia. ' uZ
Laalhar ta ! H. 1 X 1 i V-"I
- : . . . .a a ayu.
m 00 gen. ea itxZ
aa am 1 . B
iJaTt rs .!' . m
.-""f 00 J" r. Ii.,,,,, i4J
laiiaso. n.nw.r ia ::: i53
7 .00 gan. 4a iti
t&. if.?, v' sw v'T'8 "1 H
fCla.p, 1. 4i.
00 gan. la.
S! X: 2- iWhbar la..icoiJ
t U. 8, fltaet td SI MU
-u au. ta irv.-u, Cham, aou
T. er, 11. '70H Wahaah lit Vi i, u,
III. Can. ut raf. 4a. IIW Waatern Md. it rTti
Inter. Mat. 4a ..... 7 Waal, SacTV jV.' IIU
JVevr York Mlulnsr Stock.
NEW TORK. .July. 26,-Closinr tjuota
tlon on mining stocks:
Com, Tunnat rtock t Uttla Chief
-00 nonss ......... i
CMn. Ca. ft Va It
Iron Bllrar ., 100
IKidillla Coo. .... I
Ontario , 914
Tallow Jacket U
OMAHA, July 25. Bank clearings for
today are t2.721,077.3 and 3274,91&n for
Uie corresponding- day hut year.
Wot aa Sxprtiant.
Send (or Oallr XarkH StUr."
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