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Tiro BEE: OMAIIA, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1913.
IMtOPlillTY I'OH SALE.
Seven-room cottage and six-room bun
galow, both brand new, on Sherwood
ooms, cementeu rmsemenui; guaranteea
urtlflFM! hllturnlnw tit,., l..m r,11lnea.
jookcase pedestals, bulltln buffet, pan
elled walls and plato rail In dining room;
com uweiiings have two bedrooms up
stairs. Fine maple trees; good sited lots.
Close to school, stores, street car. These
dwellings are both well built throughout,
we furnish lighting- fixtures and cement
Jldewnlks. Don't fall to see these If nt all
Interested In buying a good home.
SCOTT & HILL,
Douglas 1009. v 807 McCague Bidg.
Sunday I advertised three cottages for
ale at sacrifice prices. No. 2722-21-28 Bur
dette St. No 2726 liuit been sold and the
other two will be sold at once for what
ever they will bring. No. 2722 is new and
tnodtrn except furnace, south and east
front corner lot, and should bring $2,000,
price only $1,000 and want otter. No. 2724,
five rooms in good repair, city water and
electrlo lights, reduced from $1,600 to
11.260 and will be further reduced If neces
sary to effect immediate sale. Investors
or homo buyers chance for a. bargain.
E UN EST SWEET,
1218 City Nafl. Bank Bldg.
Make an offer on two lots, 40x300 ft.
each, 30th and Lciimore. Sewer, water,
fas and sidewalks. Must sell this week.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
. Douglae 1781.
Large, Modern House
3519 Chicago St., has 17 rooms, Including
basement; combination gas and electrlo
lights throughout; cistern connected with
laundry; good barn: front driveway, con
crete walks; paved street. Price $7,000.
Do not disturb tenant If Interested see
W. H. GRIFFITH, 2623 Chicago St.
New, modern bungalow, 11,000 cash, bal-
tnco easy payments
FOR SALE One of the best alfalfa
farms In Buffalo county, Nob., two miles
from' Shelton; good buildings, fenced and
cross fenced; rural delivery and tele
phone; suitable for hog ranch or gen
eral farming. Snap. For particulars ad
3-room modern cottage
East front lot, 46x123.
W. H. GATES,
C44 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 1294.
RE AIi ESTATE LOANS
MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No
delay. J. H. Mlthen Co., Inc., 921 City
National Bank Bldg. Douglas 1273.
CITY loans wanted. Loans for bulla
W. II. THOMAS.
. 228 State Bank Bide.
OAI..HA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,,
1018 Omaha National. Douglas 2715.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
?roperty, 6, 5V& and 6 per cent; no delay.
. H. Dumont & Co., 1C03 Farnam St.
ItARVTN RROS laii $800 and up.
IX-fiXt V Xl JDXIUO. 0mnna Nat Ban
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnnm St.
1100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. iJ.
Wead. Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
CITY LOANS, Hemls-Carlberg Co.,
u 310-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WjiNTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
HARRISON & MORTON. 813 Om. Nat.
FARM fc RANCH LANDS FOR SALIS
CALIFORNIA land to exchange. W. T.
Emlth Co., 810 City Nat. bank. -
9 ACRES rich bottom wheat land. 217
and 220 per acre, 10 years time. Write
owner, isa. waiters, castor, Alberto,
"WE ARE owners of a large block of
Yellowstone County, Montana, farrn land
and are prepared to offer same on close
prices In tracts of 820 to 10,000 acres. Cor
respondence Invited. If Interested, pros
pective purchasers will be shown the
land. Danaher-Holton Co., 1302 Plymouth
Diag., Minneapolis, minn.
FAEM NEAR OMAHA
$105 PER ACRE
200 acres second bottom land, with rich,
black soil; 90' acres In crops; 35 acres In
native grass meadow; 70 acres pasture; 6
acres In grove, orchard, garden and feed
loti Every acre can bo cultivated. No
itone, no gravel, no swamps, no over
flow; not over IS acres Bandy.
The lmDrovementa consist nf a E-ronm
house; barn, S2x&0; hog house, 18x24; cat-
lie snea, ioxm; cnicKcn house, corn crib;
granary In barn, cemented cave, wind
mill, pump and two tanks, good fences.
The barn, hog house and chicken house
are new and have concrete foundations
and concrete floors.
This Is a fine farm, In good condition
and a great crop producer; located 3H
miles from railroad town and 30 mlla
from Omaha. There is a loading, switch
wimin miie oi tne Duimmgs. write,
wire or phone us when you can go to see
mis i arm. it is a Bargain.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.
Phone Doug. 690. 1603 Farnam St, Omaha
FOUND 320-acre homestead In settled
neighborhood. Fine farm land, no said
hills. Cost you $175, filing fees and all.
J. A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb.
lfiO-ACRK. Imnrnvai , TTT
rlflce. Owner Is "up against if and will
Is priced at $25 per acre and carries an
luwiuviwivo ui ,iw, ii proquces good
r rn n res-iilarlv rnni.H ........ . .
fat. Wfc have been authorized to offer
i ui tu jjcr ucre. aiuKe us your offer.
nwi ot umana. Weo,
LARGE stock range, good for summer
tnd winter; for full particulars address
iwner, it. a. ieacn. wells, Nevada.
FOR SALE Thomas Bellemar hnm
stead, near Custer, South Dakota, 100
nv-ica nice in unu uounas survey, tine val-
wj ,ciiu, vuoivu wmi line, neavy
timber; 14 springs, water flowing year
.--..v.. iiu.o. wiv nci. inreu large
frttmo barns, one with basement: horse
iivugo uiucr ouiuuuaings;
lirH Inr avt,f a.aam ..Inn'.i 1AA . 1
thy hay in barns. Cheap If sold within
""t thirty days. Mrs. M. J. Bellemare,
rtui-i busier, t3 u.
FINEST climate, Irrigable fruit, alfalfa
and grain lands, Pecos valley. First
nrem urn Wni.M'. r n ... . . ,
rates, St. Louis via Fort Worth, Write
r xi. uwurue. iron wortn xex.
THE BEST Improved stock, dairy and
rraln fartnn unvuiti... - " .
r - ; : j . . ... c m,v nun , u i Bute
In Central New York. These farms aver-
r." v r ana cost less Dy nail
than farms In the Missouri. They are
l'u tuiiegea, ncnoois, cnurcnes, cities,
towns and markets for ten million neo.
pie Send for free illustrated list Ad-
areks ivicuurney & Co., Fisher building,
Chicago. Ill AVo refer ty permission
to II. C. GUsamun. Station B, Omaha,
Neb and Thomas Thor.on, Canton,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET!
Uneven Outlook for Corn Results in
Pricei Being Boosted.
YELLOW CEREAL HELPS WHEAT
Smnller (irnln Experiences n Gain
Simply Ilecnnse the Pntnre of
YelloTr Cereal la Still In
OMAHA, July 30, 1913.
Additional Fnlna warn tanbtt nil In thft
Price of corn veatrrdav. Tlnlatil and
scattered shorts from many sections of
the country rushed to cover, and with a
goodly sprinkling of Investment buying
the market developed Into an old-fashioned
bull affair. Some of tho most con
servative speculators In tho trade (men
who stand closest to the farmers of the
belt) were probably tho largest buyers
on the private and public reports received
of continued deterioration caused by dry
mniner ana nign trmperatures, Borne or
the reDOlta reoelviM. watm m.niiatlnnal In
character, as they claimed that In parts
"J1BSoun ana Illinois tne crop
will prove a total failure. These reports,
however, came from scattered sections,
while reports of marked deterioration to
good prospects sui rounds the bad spots
so that It would lead the speculator to
uuiieva mat mo corn promise is largely
mauer oi boh.
Harvey S. Williams, who DUts In only
a part of hla time as a crop expert, and
wno nag coverod a great aeul or the corn
pen, in a messago to his principal yes
terday said that across southern lotva
from Burlington to Omaha the crop is
decidedly uneven, as a large portion Is
late, but that the plant Is strong and
healthy and that the fields are olean and
conditions highly favorable. From Omaha
to Lincoln, through Crete and Beatrice,
down to tho KansaB line, most fields
show sorlous effects of tho heat. Cash
corn was Utile higher.
There were gains of Vlni'Sc. In whont
yesterday and those changes would prob
ably have been losses instead of uavances
naa it not been that corn and oats uis
playod great strength, as was Bhown.
Cash wheut was lc lower.
Considerable gain was shown In oats
FARM; & RANCH LAA'UH VOR SALIS.
To New York Lands, Auguat 9.
Another excursion nf Nubraska farmers
to western New York farm lands will
leave Omaha via tho Northwestern at 6
p. m., Saturday, August 9th.
No doctors, lawyers, merchants, preach
ers or widows aro wnnted Just farmers
who know land and crops when they Bee
Much Interest was nhown in the excur
sion which left yesterday and a good
delegation went. Those farmers have
grasped the opportunity to go and sea
haw tho New Ynrk farmer makes from
3600 to 1,000 more per year from a hun
dred acres than the average iseoraaKa
You come nn thla next one and set the
surprise of your life! You'll learn that
the New York farmer gets a larger aver
age yield on wheat, corn, oats, hay, po
tatoes and other crops than the Ne
braska farmer; that because he Is so
close to the greatest market In the coun
try, he gets much higher prices for them.
Because o: tnese tacts, uovernmeni ins
ures show that the average value of farm
products Is from 38 to $11 per acre higher
In New York than In Nebraska.
You'll nee flnelv lmDroved farms, con
venient substantial buildings, as good
and yet prices low. Good Improved farms
sell from tea to ixso per acre, mucn lower
than in the Middle West.
Come and learn theBe facts for your
self. Write us for the circular, "The
Man From Nebraska," ana see wnai ne
Hera are some of the .farms that those
on the excursion will see:
"A PEACH OF A PLACE" 158 acres,
finely Improved, only 375 per acre, 311,400.
Near two cities, Waterloo and Geneva;
well arranned 14-room. house; three barns,
three wells, diversity of crops grown;
1,000 peach trees already planted. Neigh
bor receives lor veinii mui uvw
fifty acres In ono year. Reasonable
r-Atftn vraw FARM" 120.93 acres, all
In cultivation except l acres oi pasture;
JU0 per ncre, 318,800. Twelve-room house
ana oarnn tnat couiu uui u icyiuuuueu
for less than 37,500; full bearing five-acre
nnnln orchard and many young iruit
trees; soil so fertile that It produces big
ger cropa every year than tho best land
fn the Middle West averages; situated
on west shore pi hcauuiui uayuga i-axe.
Near three towns. Good terms.
FARM NO. 226-81 acres, 382.60 per acre,
is ?nn Two small farms thrown into one.
with two sets of Improvements, each con
sisting of house and barns, natural drain
age, stream runs tnrougu iaiiu. oi aures
of pasture and four of second growth
timber. Surrounded by other good farms.
Half mile from McDougall.
FARM NO. 221 137 acres, 370 per acre,
39,600. Big bargain, in miusi ui region
of farm 8 of great fertility. Good land
though a little roiling. Dive-acre orcuaru;
twenty acres wood and pasture. Cobble
utnna house that would cost 15,000 today.
Three barns. Only one mile from church
FARM NO 217128 acres, 3S5 per acre,
310,880. Good soli, only partly tilled.
Eight-room nouse, iwo uuiim. xjis miup
for active farmer.
Write for our circular. "The Man From
Nebraska," and learn what he saya about
New York farms. If you plan to make
this trip with us we must Know at onoe,
to make sleeping car reservuiioms.
Payne Investment Company,
FIFTEENTH AND FARNAM STB.
SHOCG Boston Terrier with screw tall.
Cheap. Call Wob. 6291.
WANTED TO BUY.
r,.,io-f M.hnni'i ntora tiavi hltfheat urlcei
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
WILL buy slightly used Ford If offered
at bargain. State condition, price. D. Mi.
WANTKD a socond-hand pony phaeton
or trap. Communicate with Samuel
Payne, Red Oak, la., Hotel Johnson.
Mlghtly used high grade piano. W.
LiVlfl STOCK MAUIUST OFWKST.
Ship live "took to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live tftoclt Couiuilaslon Merchant.
MARTIN TIROS. & CO.. Exchange Dldg.
BARTMESS Lance R., died July 29,
Funeral service at home, 1529 Spruce
street, Thursday at 3 o'clock, with burial
at Boone, la.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
sealed proponalB will be received
by tho Board of Directors of the
Farmers' Irrigation District at their
office in the City of Scottsbluff,
Neb., for the purchase of 176,000 of the ti
per cent serial bonds of the district until
13 o'clock m. on the 6th day of August
1913. Said bonds are issued by authority
of an act of the legislature of the state
of Nebraska approved March 2a. ikb,
session laws 1895, Chapter 70. and the
amendments thereto, and pursuant to a
vote of a majority of the qualified
electors of said district The board ex
pressly reserves the right to reject any
and all bids -and will In no event sell
any of said bonds for lens than ninety
five (93) per cent of the face value
By order of the Board of Directors.
HEY WARD L. LEAV1TT,
Secretary of the Farmers' Irrigation Dis
yesterday. Tills grain was more active
than wheat and attracted more attention,
dividing the honors with corn. Cash oats
were Me lower. ,
Primary wheat receipts were J.OstOOO bu.
and shipments 1.199.000 bu against re
coif t a of 1,433,000 bu. and shipments of
7ST.O00 bu. last yoar. . , .
Primary corn receipts were 391,000 bu.
and shipments 2H.0OO bu., against receipts
of 402,000 bu. and shipments of 362,000 bu.
last year. ,
Primary oats receipts wer 793.000 bu.
Rnd shipments 496.000 bu., against ijcelpu
of -83,000 bu. and shipments of li6,000 bu.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 819 62 144
Minneapolis , 82 ..
Omaha 134 47 17
Ifon.a. nv 192 23 14
St. Loul. ' 254 W 73
Winnipeg 79 ..
The following cash salos were reported!
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter, 3 oars, 79HC
No. 8 hard winter. 1 car. 80o; 2 cars, 79Wo.
Rye. No. 3. 1 car, 6JVic Corn: No. 2 white,
2 cars, 67Hc; 2 cars, 670. No. 3 white.
4H ears, 67Wo 2 cars, 67c;, 1 car, V4c. No.
2 yellow, 1 car, C5Ho; 1 car, OSWc; 4 cars,
GCc No. 3 yellow, 1 car, 60Uo; 4 cars,
650. No. 4 yellow, 1 car. 65o. No. 2 mixed,
1 car, 65Uc; 1 car, 65c No. 3 mixed, 3 cars,
C5c. 1 car (hot), (3.c. Oats: No. 3 white,
4 cars, 38c. No. 4 whlto, 3 cars, 88c; 1
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard. 78HQS04c; No. 3 hard. 78G80c; No.
4 hard, 7tf79o: No. 3 spring, 80Wffsmo;
no. 4 spring, 7BHfsoc no. x auruin, isw
80c; No. 3 durum, 776790. Corn: No. 2
white, B7ii?r67ttc; N0, 8 wnite, oovturKc;
No. 4 white. CCM66Uci No. 2 yellow, 6SO
65Vic; No. 3 yellow, 64KSTVlc; No. 4
yellow, 64f64Uc; No. 2, 06BflS4c; No. 3,
64fc05c: No. 4, 6(G64Vic: no grade, ISQKic.
Oats: No. 2 white, 8SHQ38Hc; standard,
38c; No. 3 white. S7H333c; No. 4 white,
870380. Barley: Malting, 63JTC5c; No. 1
feed, 8S341C Rye: No. z, KKrajjic; wo.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND TllOVISIONS
Fentnres of the Tradlntr and Cloaina
Prices on Ilonrd of Trade,
CHICAGO. July 30.--Big trading and
flighty action of prices kept excitement at
high pitch today In corn. There was sharp
difference of opinion as to a further up
turn in the market, showers naving Dccn
predicted. The close was nervous, HtWo
abovo lost night Wheat finished at a
decline of Ulc, oats off HSWo to Ho
and provisions varying from unchanged
figures to 90o down.
Broadly speaking tho country rougnt
corn: city speculators sold. In the end
the buyers were outnumbering the sell
ers. Dry, hot weather over the entire
belt brought such a volume of orders to
purchase that the opening was unusually
WUId, prices ranging as muon as 10
apart at the same moment among
brokers aimoBt at eacn otnera eioows
It was at this time that tho top level of
the day was reached.
Just when It looked llko a runaway
market would develop in corn, ono of
the largest houses on 'change started
right and left with such force that a
bear party was quickly organized. It
was argued that mucn of the crop dam
age could yet be repaired except where
hot winds had destroyed the pollen. Soak
ing rains would be needed, but an official
rorecast of snowers ana cooler weatner
Inclined many speculators to take chances
against the bulls. On the ensuing decline.
however, tnere was a great aeai oi re
instating by early sellers.
Wheat gayo way as soon as It was
evident that the uprush of the corn
market had been halted, at least for the
time being. Generous threshing returns
from tho winter crop belt hud much
to do with the weakness of wheat Bo,
too, did tho big primary receipts.
Oats followed the same general course
as corn, but the trade and excitement
was by no means bo great. Selling by
some Influential dealers who bought yes
terday was of a persistent sort
Realizing by holders wore down provi
sions. The hog market and to some ex
tent corn suggested that the time was
opportune to unload.
Closing prices on options;
Artlclel Open. Hleh.l Low. Close.l Yes'y.
10 12) 10 12
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, 864f87o; No. 3 red, new, 8585oj
No. 2 hard, new, 864T87c; No, 8 hard,
new, 8686c; No, 1 northern, 9192o;
No. -2 northern, WZJQlo'. No. 3 northern, 81
E90c; No. 2 spring, 903lc; No. 3 spring,
mOc; No. 4 spring, 82086c; velvet chaff,
87jiUc: durum. 84gc Corn: No. 2, 65c;
No. 2 white, 66y67o; No. 2 yellow, 060;
No. 8, G5(T05c; No. 3 white, 6036o;
No. 3 yellow, 66Kc; No. 4, 04g'65c; No.
4 yellow, 04Cc. Oats: No. 2 white,
42c; No. 3 white, new, 40o; No. 3 white,
old, 40tmc; No. 4 white, 39Kc; stani
dard, new, 4141c; standard, old, 414J
41c. Rye; No. 2, new, C3e3o. Bar
ley: 48364c. Timothy: $3.764.75. Clover:
Nominal. Pork: 22.25fl22.75. Lard;
311.50211.52. Ribs: 3U.2512.25.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 232Cc.
POTATOES Lower, at 70395c; receipts,
EGGS Unchanged; reoelpts, 11,428
cases,; at mark, cases included, 15G17c;
ordinary firsts, 15-Jfl6c; firsts, 17cgi
POULTRY Alive, higher: fowls, 14o;
spring, 18o; turkeys, 19c.
St. Louli liem. .,, Jjfiirket.
ST. LOUIS. July SO. WHEAT Close:
No. 2 red, 83fi6c; No. 2 hard, 83
90c; July, 83c; September, 84c.
CORN No. 2, 07c; No. 2 white, 68S70c;
July, 06c; September, 6o.
OATS NO. Z, SSHlPWttc; No. Z White, 41QI
41c; July, 38c; September, 40c.
POULTRY Firm: chickens, 12oj
springs. 16c; turkeys, 18c; ducks, l2o;
BUTTER Quiet; creamery, 26c.
B RAN Unchanged.
Flour, bbl 1,000 16,000
Wheat, bu 254.000 167,000
Corn, bu 46.000 20,000
Oats, bu 73,000 34,000
lCnnan City Grain and Provision.'
KANSAS CITY. July 30. WHEAT Nn.
2 hard, 81T84c; No. 3, S0Q83c; No. 2
rea, biwbtbo; ro. s, wawYic; September,
80SeOc; December. 8404c: May. 90e.
CORN No. 2 white, 70o; No. 3, e9J9c;
September, 67c; December, 63c; May,
OATS No. 2 white. 40ci No. 2 mixed.
3940c; September, 40c; December,
BUTTER Creamery, 26c; first, 25c; sec-
onas, tc; paoxing, xuo.
BGGB Firsts. I8c; seconds, 10c.
POULTRY Hens, 12o; roosters, 9o;
ducks, 15c; broilers, 16c,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 30. WHEAT
July, 84c; September, 8686c; Decem
ber, 898c. Cash: No. 1 hard, 89o;
No. 1 northern, 87&8c No. 2 northern,
S6Q6; No. 2 hard Montana, 8ic; No.
3 wheat. 83Sfic.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 64c
OATS No. 8 white, 38039c.
RYE No. 2, 55C67c.
3IIIiTnnkre Grain Mnrket, .
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. July 90. WHEAT
No. 1 northern, 91tJ02c; No. 2 northern,
tSUJWc; No. I hard winter, 87Q68c; July,
87Mc; September, 86c.
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 660; No. 3 white,
67c; No. 3, 6543BVio; July,' 85Hc; Septem
Persistent Advertising: is the Road to
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Moderate Setback Day Before Be
comes More Pronounced.
THE MOVEMENT IS UNSETTLED
lorn Speculative Favorite 8H Two
to Four Paint Vnilrr Thrlr
Recent llltth Level.
NEW YORK, July 30. Tho moderate
setback recorded by yesterday's stock
market becomo more pronounced today,
when some of the speculative favorites
sold two to four points under their recent
high level. The movement was unsettled
8u h Improvement as wns shown at tha
opmi'iir derived its Itnpulso from tho fn
vrrable quarterly statement IssneJ by
tho United StateB Steel corporation.
Steel rose 1 points In I-otulon, that mar
ket following tho movement hero with
purchases estimated at 25,000 shnres. In
tho local market steel failed to equil
London's high price. Heaviness in Union
Pacific, Canadian Pacific and Illlnqla
Central reduced opining gains to mero
Tho wenkness of Illinois Central was
explained by noon, when It bocamu
known that the dividend had been cut
from 7 txr cent to a 5 ner cent blsls,
The stock speedily declined to 105, Its
lowest pride slnco 1KW. while Union Pa
cific, whose Income Is directly affected
by Its holdings of Illinois Central, was
weaktt of tho leaders at that time. In
tho final hour the market re-assume!
Its recent mid-summer dullness.
London's settlement was carried
through without strain and tho rlln
and Parts markets were foutureless, save
for some declines In Bhures of leading
French banks, .....
Tho general bond llet was affected by
tho heaviness In stocks.
Sales ot government's 2s wert mrido
In round amounts at 95H, the recent low
price. Government Ss and Panamas were
per cent lower on tho bid.
Total sales, par value, aggregated
Number oi saiea ana uiwihh uui..
on stocks were:
Stlta. Illih. Low. Clow.
Amlttnttd CXpter .
American Hl Bugir..
American Can ,.
American Can pM
American C F
Anrlcan Cotton Oil..
Am. Ice Scurltl. ...
American IxcoroitlT .
American H. & R
American S. A 11. pM
Am. Buiar lteflnlnj...
American T, & T
Anaconda Mining Co..
Atlantic Coait Lin...
Daltlmore & Ohio
Brooklyn Hapld Tr.....
Cheeapeaka Jc Ohio....
Chlcato O. W
Chlcaio, M. A St. P..
Chicago N. W
Colorado P. St I
Delaware St. Hudson...
Denver & lllo Qrand..
Denier A It 0. pfd...
Dletlllera' Bvcurttlra .
Hrt lat Bti
JW 100 100 1004
200 ins utt its".
1.300 H "H
1,900 M H
SCO 1MT4 1M
1,600 U K
J, 900 85 llti
I.0O0 U Ilk
MC0 I mi 21iVt W
100 SJH !H 1IH
Moo tt li'.i (tu
2.100 106H 104 W
Erie Jd pfd
Oreat Northern pfd
Qreat Northern Ore ctfa.
Interborouih Met. pfd..
Kaneae City Southern....
Lehl(h Vallejr ,..
Loularllle A N'aahellle. .
M., Bt. I. & H. Bte. M.
Mlaeourl. K. A T
N. It. It. ot M. td pfd..
New York Central
N. Y.. O. A W
Mirfolk Si Weatern,,,,,,
Northern l'acltlo .......
M 14 rt
t.tOO 11IK 1M 106 H
800 IS'i U 15H
t.too isiu 160
soo m inn uiUj
no i?sm uti la
700 Kit, 22(4 S1W
2,000 4 SZM !3H
fuu 11SH 11J us
100 4911 48 41
200 13K JiVt UH
1,100 Mi !Si tlVi
100 1 S4 24
400 10SU 106U 1044
. 2,600 HOVi 10S14 10IU
200 tl 21 Kv
. 1,00 114H llJTi 111
P., C, C. & W. ti
200 tl 00 tO
49.1000 100H 16SU nt
Iresed Steel Car
Pullman Tatace Car
Itepubllo I. A S
Hepublle I. & S. pfd...
Heck laluul Co
Book Iiland Co. pfd..,.
Bt. L Sc 8. F. 3d pfd.
Seaboard Air Line
43eboard A. L. pfd...'..
HIOM-b'lieffietd 8. & I..
Southern I'aclfio .......
Bo. Itollwiy pfd
Teiaa A Paclflo
Union Paclflo pfd.......
United Statu Itealty...
United tatea Rubber...
United State steel
V 8. Steel pfd
Va -Carolina Chemical ,
M.60O 14IS 147i 14IU.
400 60 60 HiJ
,3O0 6tfi 68?i 6l2
, 300 108H J08V, 1S
8.000 4I(, 47 47Vt
Wabaali pfd 700
.Weatern Maryland 100
Weetlnghouee Electrlo .. TOO
Wheellnx A Lake Rria
Total aatM fw th .'ftJL"'L. "'
I y.yw anarea.
Ney York Money Mnrket.
NEW YORK, July 30.-MONEY-On call
steady, 2'42H per cent; ruling ml" zi
per cent; closing: bid, 2'per cunt, off'er
at SH per cent. Time loans: Easy
sixty days, aVMM per cent; ninety dayl'
4V4Q6 per cent; six months, 6iHJ per cent
PRIME MERCANTILE PaT'EI&J 9 pVr
STERLINQ EXCHANQE Easy, 34 8320
for sixty-day bills and 34.8600 for demand.
Commercial bllla: 31.83. "
478IL,VER-Bar, t9c; Mexican dollars.
lrHONDS-Oovernment, weak; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. B. ref. 2a, reg... (6(4 K. a 80, r. U... ni
do coupon B- ok 4a 1B31 . WW
V. 0. i; nt 101 L. A N. unl. wu
do coupon 10H4M. K. & T. lat U. toS
U. S. 4e. reg UO do gen. 4H
do coupon 110 Mo. Paclflo 4a 66
Panama le, coup.... It do conr. 6a j
A.-C. lat (a ctfa... 40 X n 11 of M 4W 61
Amer. Ag. ." MY. C. g. IU. .? Si
A. T, ft T. e. 4J..100 e00 ith JJ'
Am. Tobacco 6a . ..116 ".V y N It & It
Armour & Co. H- 4 cr, iHa ?
Atchlaon gen. 4a.... tH N. & W. l.t c. 4a. W
do ot. 4i 10 tl!4 do ct. ti ,104V
do cr. tt MViNo. Paclflo 4i.... M
A. C. L. lat 4 .... tK do ta uK
Dal. A Ohio 4a K 0. 8. L. rfdg. 4a. MVt
o l 5Jl'nn. cr. my. M
Brook. Tr. or. 4a... I7M do con. 4a till
Can. ot Oa. ta 109 Heading gen. 4a ' W
Cm, leather la.... tiWS. U Si ti. P. u tt
Chea. A Ohio 4H. 4 do gen. 6..... . li
do conr. 4a. U flt. L 8. W. e. 4a 77
cnloago & A. a- A. L. adj. ta.... 7411
f n m. n 1 l as Or r.- r , '!?
v. ... . " mvt VUI. ta. .
do gen. 4f H do cr. 4a
C M A 8 1 e 4Ha..lMS do lat ref. 4a..
C. K. I. P. 0. 4a6SSi Bo IUIIway 6a...
do rfg, 4a 7 do gen. 4a
C. St 8. r t iA M Union l'acltlo 4.
II. II. CT. 4a M An r i.
D. A 1L a ref. -6a. . 7811 'do lit i"r., V. IT?
Dlitlllen' (a 61 V. a. Rubber ea loot:
Erie p. I. 4a ltlU. 8. Steel M 6a
do gen. 4a tm V.-O. chem. ta ttd
do cr. 4a, ter. B.. 11 Wabaah lat A. ei. 4a M
111. Cn. lat ref, 4a. 114 Western Md. a 7iu
Inter. Met. 4H 76Weat. Eleo. ct. ti "
Japan 44a 7
London Stuck Market.
LONDON. July 30. American nirm.
vtre generally higher durinir the early
trading today. Few shares declined, but
the rest of the list advanced under tho
lead of United States Steel, Union Pa
cific and Canadian Pacific. At noon
prices rnnsed from 1V4 above to below
yesterday's new York closing.
Amal. Copper ..
Chicago O. W....
Dearer & K. a..
do lat pfd
Grand Trunk ...
.. 71 HllnoU Central ...lliu.
.. 71 M.. K, & T tag
.. iH. 1. vemraj.......iD3
..213 Reading ....
.. 14 So. Paclflo ,.
..ion Union I'aalflo
.. 31 V. 8. Steel...
.. 21 Wabaah
..47 I Beera ....
.. tlHIUnd Mines .
SILVER Bar, quiet, at 27d per oz.
MONEY 3438H per cent.
discount itATB wnort bills, 4 per
cent; tnree montns, 1 i-iowtc; per cent.
WASHINGTON, July 30,-The condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today wax: Net bal
ance In general fund, $130.93,3C5; total re
ceipts yesterday, $2.10y72, total pay
ments yesterday, $2,855,473. The deficit
this fiscal year Is 318.109,603 against a de
ficit of 11,201, Ott last year, exclusive ot
Panama canal and uubllo debt transac
41 n 11k Ctrnrlnua.
OMAHA. July SO. Hank clearlnrs for
today aro S.O,0.f,S and 33 543,047.52 for
the oorrespondlhR day last year.
OMAHA UlSMStlAu tiAIUtlaT.
BUTTER No. 1 l.iu. c&raon. S3ot No.
1. 60.1b. tubs. 27Hoj No. 2, ISO,
l'"ISH White, freah. lis: trauL fresh.
15c; large crupplts, fresh, 13c; Spatilatt
nacKvrei, 10c; snaa roe. per paur, too;
salmon, fresh, lSoj halibut, fresh. lOo;
buffalo, 9c; bullheads. 13c; channel cat
flli, 13c; pike. 15o; pickerel. Ho.
CH1CK8B Imported Swiss. Sic; Ameri
can Swiss, 26c; block Swiss, 24c; twins,
11c; daises, 17c; triplets, uyc loung
Americas, iso blue label brick 17c; ltnv
berger, 2-lb., 22ct New York, whltei lo.
POULTRY Broilers, tOfltlSc per lb.;
hens, 16c; cocks, 12V4c; ducks. 18O20o;
Keese, ISo turkeys, f25c; pigeons, per
dox., $1.20; roosters, 9c; ducks, full fe-
mereu, ixw, teee, lull leatnursu, ii
suuabs. No. i. 1.50; No. X. bOo.
ueer cut prices; No. 1 ribs, llftc; no. z
ribs, 13Vc; No. 8 ribs, 14c. No. 1 loins.
lic; No. 2 loins, 18c; No. 3 loins, 16c.
No. 1 chucks. llUc: No. 2 chucks. He.
No. 3 chucks, lOVaC. No. 1 rounds, 16c,
.no. i rounas, i4ViC; No. 2 rounds, lto
No. 1 Dlates. 74ic. No. 3 nlatos. 7Uc: No.
3 platen, 6H0.
1110 roiiowing prloes are furnished by
tho Ualveston Fruit company:
rruus: ixtra tancy Klburta rreestoua
peaches, per bushel, ti.25; extra fancy
Elbcrta froestone nenches. tier 4. basket
orate, 90o; extra fancy Elberta freestone
peaches, 25-crato lots, per crate, 85c;
Wlckson large green plums, per crate,
31.80; medium red plums, per crate, 21.50;
largo blue plums, per crate. 3l.85tf2.0O.
Pears: Bartletts, per box, $2.76; 5-box
lots. 32.65. Peaches; St. John. Per box.
$1.25; Crawford, $l.. Applos; Duchess or
Transparent, per uu., ii.zi; B-our lots,
31.20: 10-bu. lots. $1.15. Cantaloupes: Ari
zona standard, per crate, $3.25; Arlsonn
pony, Per crate, $2.75: Arizona Jumbo, per
crate. $2.75: California, pony crates. Per
crate, iz.&o; caiirornla standard, per orate,
$3.00. Raspberries: Rod, per 24-plnt case.
$2.50. Blackberries: Home grown, par
St-quart cnBe, $2.50. Oranges: Extra fine
Valencia., 126, 128 sixes, per box, is,vo;
Sunklst Valeuclas, 150 slxtt, $6.50; 176, 200,
210, 250 sixes, per box, $7.00. Potatoos:
Largo, new, per bushel. $1.00. Grapefruit:
Florida. Indluli river. 46. 64. 64 sixes. 310.00.
Onions; California large yellow, per lb.,
3c. Cranberries: isvaporateu, carton con
taining 36 packages, per carton. 8170.
Lemons: Extra fancy Sunklst, 900s and
StiOs. per box, $10.50; extra choice Red
Ball, S-vs ana raus, per uox, nu.w. toma
tons: Tennessee, per 4-basket crate. 31.00:
6-crato lots, 00c. Watermelons: Alabama
ewect, per 10.. irtc; 6-crate iou, por 10.,
VKtlKTABLES Potatoes, lane. new.
per bushel, $1.00. Onions, California large
youow, per yuunu, rxu luiiiaviuea, ieu
nessee, per 4'baslctt crate, $1.13; 6-crate
lots, 31.IU. watermelons, Aiouanm sweot,
por pound, 1H"; 6-crate lots, per pound,
MISCELLANEOUS Roasting ears, per
doxen, 15o ; Michigan celery, por doxen
26c; Mott'a cider, per keg, $3.0; Nohawka
cldor, per keg, $3.25; asparagus, per doxen,
toe, rhubarb, per doxon, 20c; onions, per
doxen, 20a; new beets, carrots, turnips
per doxen, 30c; parsley, per doxen, 40a;
tadlsh, per doxen. 20c; head lottuoe, per
dozen, $1.00; homegrown leaf lettuce, per
doxen, 30c; green peppers, per basket,
50c; wax or green beans, por bosket.
$1.00; notnouse cucumuers. tier Dasxet.
$1.25; cauliflower, per pound. 10c to 12Hcs
wnxtliin Rurllo. per Pound. 1214a: new
cabbage, per pound, 3c; eggplant, per
doxen, $1.50; horseradish, 2 doxen bottles
In case, per case, 51. wi Dromedary brand
dates, package, $3.00; Anchor brand dates,
package. $2.25; walnuts, No. 1 soft shell.
PUT POUI1U, 4VU, IllVUtUfU kWl' JJUUUU,
UVia; jumbo pecans, per pound, 15c; giant
pecuns, uouisiunu pauw niieii, tier uuunu,
25c; filberts, pur pound, 15c: Drake, al
monds, per pound, 15c; paper shell, 13c;
Brazils, per pound, 10c i large washed,
tmr nound. 12c: black walnut, per pound.
2Hc; raw No. 1 peanuts, .per pound, 7o;
jumbo peanuts, per pound. 8c; roast pea
nuts, per pound, 8H0; snell bark hickory
nuts, per pound, 4o; largo hickory nuts,
per pound, 3o; white rice popcorn, per
pound, 4o; oheokers, Par 100-packtvge case,
$3.50; checkers, ptr 50-packotte cose, $1.75;
Leslie Lorry boxes, quarts, per 1,00). $1.75.
New York Urnernl Mnrket.
NEW YORK. July 30. BUOAR Raw,
firm; muscovado, 3.11o; centrifugal, 3.61o;
molasBOB, 2.860; refined, steady,
BUTTER Unsetled; receipts. 12.230 tubs;
creamery extras, 26KQfttta: firsts, 254J
251io; state dairy finest, tZWifflc; good to
price, 242oo; process exirus, uwarztjo;
Juno make, firsts. 23Wo; factory, current
mako. nrsts. moi pacKing siock. current
make. No. 1, 21Hc
CHEEHic steady; receipts, 7,bsu doxcs;
stiLtH whole milk fresh colored specials.
HViWHHi state whole milk, fresh White
rpcctnlo, HVic; skims, 3fJUc
lQUUts I'irm; receipts, lo.tn coses;
trnah irntliered extras. 241126a: extra
firsts, 2f23Hc; firsts, 20321c; Pennsyl
vanlan and neurby hennery thltes, as to
size ana quality, ztxu&sa; Pennsylvania
and neat by hennery gather whites. 23U
31c; western gathered whites, 2127c.
POULTRY steady; tresn kuioi west
ern chickens, 20023c; fowls, 10HlByo
NEW YORK. July 80. M ETALS Lead.
steady, $4.50, bid: In London, 121. Speller,
steady; $3.5606,05; In London, 120 12s 6d.
Copper, firm; standard spot, $14.00014.76;
elqotrolytlo, $15.12; lake, $15.2S; casting,
114.87. Tin. weak; spot and July, ll.Vlti
39. tO; August and September, $30.25O30..'7.
Antimony, nominal; cooxson s, li.twp
8.60. Iron, steady and unchanged, Lon
don markets closed: Copper, steady;
spot, 66; futures, 66. Tin, weak; spot,
180: futures. 180. Lead. 21. Hneltnr.
20 12s 6d. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 65s.
ST. LOUiri. juiy su. M7fAL Lend,
$4.40ff4.42Vi. Spelter: Firm, $5.3006.35.
NEW YORK. July 30. COTTON-Snot.
quiet; middling uplands, 12.00c; gulf, 12.25c.
COTTON Futures olosod very steady.
Closing bids: July, 11.79c; August, 11.60c;
eptember, ll.36c; October, ll.24o; Novem
ber, 11,20c; December. 11.22a; January,
11.14c; Kobruary, ILI60; March, 11.22a ;
LIVERPOOL, July 30.-COTTON-St.ot,
moderate business: middling fair.
7.13d; good middling, C.tfJd; middling, 6.53d;
low middling, u.wa: gooa orainary, o.ma;
ordinary ,5.51d. Sales, 7,000 bales.
NEW YORK. Julr 80.-CO1TPEK In re
sponse to lower cables from Europe, tho
coffee market opened at a decline of
11 to 13 polnU and during the day ruled
quiet. The Brazilian markets wera
steady, Offerings were small and the
market closed firm at a loss or v to 15.
Sales, 41,250 bags; July and August, S.tCc;
September, 0,11c; October, .2lc; Decern
Iipt D.aec: January. 8.43o : March. 9.56a:
May, 9.66c. Spot quiet and steady; Rio
7s, 9ttc; Santos no. 1, liftc aiho, auu;
Ht. Josvpli Lire Stock Mnrket
ST. JOSEPH, July SO. 3ATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,600 head; rnancet steady; steers,
$6,3008.86; oows and heifers, $4.50(30.76;
HOOS Receipts. 6,800 hend; market
steady to So lower; top, $9.00; bulk of
8HEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 1,600
head; market logrua lower; lambs, $4.00(3
Liverpool drain Mnrket.
LIVERPOOL. July. 30.-WHEAT-8pot,
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 9d; No. 2, 7s 6d;
No. 8, 7s 3d. Futures, steady.; July, 7s 4V&dl
October, 7a 2Vid; December, 7s 2l.
CORN Spot, steady: American mixed,
new, kiln dried, Es 5d; American mixed,
old. 6s: American mixed, via Galveston.
6s 8d. Futures, steady; September, La-
Plata, 4s una; October, cs a.
Dry Gooda Market.
NEW YORK, July 30.-DRY GOODS
The cotton gooa J margets are quiet, and
steady. Jobbers report a good demand
for spot merchandise. Worsted yarns
are In more acttva demand. Light laces
I; vupornted Applet) mid Dried Fruits
NEW YORK. July 80. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market quiet.
DRIED FRUITS Prunos. firm; aprt-
coU, steady; peaches, firm; raisin,
Culls From the Wire
While flying today at Gatchlna, a sum
mer resort near St, Petersburg, a mili
tary aviator fell 600 feet and was killed.
OMAHA L1YEJT0GK MARKET
Cattle Show Little Change, Being
HOGS OPEN OFF, CLOSE STEADY
fair linn of Sheep nnil I.amlis, velth
Prices fthnvrlnir Little or No
Chanite Trade Inclined
to He llnther SIotv.
SOUTH OMAHA, July 30, 1918.
Receipts with; ratlin. Hoira. Sheep.
Official Mondnv l.CGO 8.520 13.785
Official Tuesday 8,043 1U10 12.355
Estlmnto Wednesday.. 1,700 8,600 7,500
Three davs thin u-jk. X.eai 51 SY1 33.640
ffame days last week.. 8.006 21,338 31,800
Same days wks ago.. 9,439 22,000 17,062
flame days 3 wks ago.. 6,432 24,003 23,153
Sam days 4 Wks urn. t txa 31.306 16.060
Same days last year... 8,675 1,789 36,793
in tollowlng table shows the receipts
Of cattle, hoars and ah mn nt lli.i Ri.nlh
Onlaha live stock nariot for tht year
10 aate as compared with last year.
1011 101- Tnn nf
Cattle icsjn 467.787 2.060
"ir US7.213 2.05,$49 369,034
BhP 1,081,076 1,027,885 64,290
The followlnar tohl. .k
prices for hogs at south Omaha tor h
last few days, with comparisons:
uiup. i uu. ii.mu.io.iy.iinos.ii!Wt.
July 29. 8 6;
July 30.1 8 60
light for a Wednesday, only 68 cars being
i (Ported In. For the week receipts show
n total of 8,393 head, being a little larger
r he BJno period lost week and
smauer man a year ago.
There was n fair demand for beet
steers, but the sunnlv tun mn nmll tht
5omo.uof Packers did not seem to
" ..."" lncre wouiu bo onougtt to make
ft killing for all of them, and nt least
one buyer stayed out of the market en-
iirei). inus tne trade was not as ac
tive ns It was yesterday, but still the
prices paid were generally stertdv. Ther
were no cattle here equal to the $,000
cattle of yesterday, but there were some
good enough to bring $8.86.
v-ows ana neiters wero in good demand
and sold freelv nt atAAilv nr)f.. imnn
the sales were spayed rango heifers from
northwestern Nebraska at $7.0C with cows
nuin ino samo locality at 36.60.
fouers were in good demand and the
few1 here commanded strong prices.
Reoelpts and disposition ot llvo stock
ai me union isiook yards, South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours nniilnir nt 1
p. m. yesterday:
CattU Hnu Rhsnn
v,., iu, ec oi. i. ity,.,...,,,
Wabash R. R
Missouri Paclflo Ry
Union Paclflo R. R..
C. & N. W. Ry., east
C. & N. W. Ry.. west
I7S3 633 823 7 75 4 33
tl 27 I 31 7 70 6 27
7 $4 8 33 7 57 6 34
7 S3 6 83 7 67 6 31
7 47 6 56 S 23 6 24
7 57 6 45 837761
765 655 8 31 745 6 13
6648 2.1 787607
7 081 6 67 798 727 6 14
I 7 671 7 71 7 40 8 24
3 2 2
3 26 27
76 123 29
C St. P., M. A O. Ry....
-., i. et w. "., east
C, U. & Q, Ry., west
C, R, I. & P. Ry., east....
C. It. I. & P. Ry., west...
HlluQlR Control lty
Chicago O. W. Ry
cattle, nogs. Sheep,
Morris & Co 259
Swift & Co 311
Cudoliy Packing Co.... 401
Armour & Co 282
Schwann & Co..
J. W. Murphy..
L. P. Co
w. a. vansant Co......
Illll & Hon 107
K. B. .Lewis 89
J. R. Root & Co 25
J. II. Bulla 18
L. IT. Hum 23
MoCreary & Kellogg... 16
Werthelmer & Dogen.. 21
II. P. Hamilton 90
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 16
Other buyers 282
at. rt. no.
......... lev bp
710 I IS
ms i n
Ill t 10
eto 7 10
, Ill 7 M
1 1121 T li
, 1171 7 71
1014 7 II
1003 I 16
1031 I It
114 8 II
II 1W2 I U
II , 1171 I 10
II 1117 I M
14. ,....,....1111 I 10
15 7M I 40
to mi'. 1 40
... 1111 1 ti
'11., 11M I (0
17 Illl I II
13 111! I 16
II 1107 I 10
II lilt I M
W 1117 I M
11 171 I 70
1 1130 I 11
ti 1100 I II
..1004 I II
..1111 I IS
1117 I 36
BTEERH ANU HEIFERS.
... Ill J 10 ' 17 101 I iS
... ill 7 It IV 711 I II
... 173 7 71 31 7J I 10
1 770 I M
t 770 I 10
t 1060 It
110 I II
I Ill I II
esu a ev
I ,. Ill 4 00
1 110 4 tO
1 1110 4 10
1 ,,,..1000 t 10
10TO t 16
710 I 00
ItU 6 00
104 6 ti
Ht I 40
. I &0 I 10
til I 10
....1061 I II
1011 1 ts
1001 I ts
1040 I 23
1010 I 40
1010 I 40
1033 I 10
1021 1 CO
170 7 U
20 I 10
1 1020 I 71
1 711 t ti
... 4B0 I 71 1.
III I 60
10 7 00
... IM I 10 1
... Ill I 10 1,
... 490 I 00
1 1010 7 16
... 100 I 10 I.
.. IM 7 tS
.. 117 7 tt
..10IO 7 10
.. 101 1 to
..IU 6 tO
..IKK) I 10
..1110 I to
.. 710 I M
.. MH 7 26
.. 110 10 00
,. U0 10 00
.. 140-10 ts
. IM 10 10
.. 210 10 10
... 110 I 10 4
... 740 I tl 1 ,
... Ml I 24 II ,
...1110 100 1 ,
...1040 I 26 t ,
...1110 so 1
...WD I U 1
,..UM t W It
. US 7 28
.M0 I tO
, Ml I 60
.110 I 00
ISO I M
II t 10
. 210 10 10
STOC1CERH AND FEEDERS.
640 4 tO
t ITI I 10
... too 1 ri
... 111 1 10
... IH IM
... 710 I tO
... 113 I CO
...UU I 71
10 723 7 09
7 IM 7 00
II 1144 7 31
4 1000 7 60
Hi 7 M
S Ml 7 70
21 feeders. .1043 0 86 10 eedtrs.. 2 6 80
3 fteders.. 706 00 2 cows..,.. 822 6 10
1 feeders.. 1020 7 811 Scows 10E3 6 40
Sand Hills L. Sc C. Co.
43 heifers. .1105 7 05 SO heifers. .1105 7 06
J. II. Bachelor.
32 COWS 1040 6 60 2 cows 85 4 50
7 Cows 1101 6 35 1 bull 1270 4 80
15 steers.. .1136 7 40 22 steers. ..1163 7 40
6 steers. ..1112 7 40 33 stsen,..1156 7 40
4 stoers.., 885 7 00
16 feeders,. 1067 7 80 17 feeders. .1187 7 35
9 heifers 612 6 10
4 bulls 1197 6 50
2 cows 956 4 75
24 calves... 170 9 7b
9 cows 948 0 35
5 cow tjs 0 60
13 cows 967 6 85
calves... 233 7 W
33 cows 942 t 30
HOGS During the early hours today It
looked as though tho market would be
the same as It has been on the previous
days ot the week. Packers made their
first bids at weak to So lower figures and
they bought quite a number ot hogs on
this basis. Shipping kinds wore qouted
as anywnero from steady to 60 lower,
tops landing at $3.96, the same tut on
Tuesday. Before a great many hogs had
bten sold the market became noticeably
stronger than the rest of the sales were
made at prices that were generally
steady with yesterday's average market.
Movement early was slow, and the solos
scattering, but as soon as prices reached
a steady basis, trade livened up, and by
10 o'clock nearly everything had been
sold. The bulk ot the hogs sold at $8.46Q
$5.60. the same as yesterday, but owing
to the weakness during the early rounds
th average la just a shade lower than
During the last nine market days there
has been a steadily lower trend to values.
As a result prices are 25330a lower than
they were ten days ago, and lfttflSa btlow
the average at the close ot last week.
The stronger feeling that appeared to
ward the close ot today's market Is the
first real strength that has been In evi
dence for ovor a week. While prices have
been quoted ns steady to a little lower
on several occasions this Is the first time
In eight days that figures paid on the
close worn better than at tho opening.
Receipts today Included about 11 care,
or 8,500 head, bringing the total for the
throe days up to 33,880. This Is u gain of
about 500 head ns compared with tho
same days a week ago. and Is ovor 4,000
larger tlinn tho supply for the correspond
ing period a year ago,
Quotations on cattle: uood to choice
beet steers, $S.3tH8.90; fair to good beet
steers, J7 ,10TS.25; common to fair beet
steers, 17.26t (TOO; good to choice helrers.
$7.00tfS.OO; good to choice cows. $8.037.40;
fair to good grades, tf.J&QI.OO; common
to fair grades, $2.6096.35; good to choice
lockers and feeders. 37.35477.73; fair to
good Blockers and fodsrs, $6.7W?7.2; com
mon to fair stockera and feeders, $6.25(9
6.76; stock cows and helferfc, $5,0036.60;
veal calves, J7.00ffl0.00; bulls, stags, etc.,
Ifb. At. Bh. Tr. No. Ar. Sh. Pr,
X7 11T 100 40
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SHEEP While another srennrous supply
nf lnmlia htit nhniit atnnrlv with yester
day trado was a drng all morning and
wns teaturea Dy a weaa uiiuonuno. out
ers showed consldorblo Indifference as to
filling thnlr orders and tried hard to get
what lambs they wanted at lower prices.
Salesmen, howcyor, were not Inclined t
mako any concoetlond, and In the end
were apparently in control 01 me niiua
tlon, the mtvrkot on lambs, as noted
atiAvA ltntnir irnnnrnllv Mtendv With a
weak undertone. The greater part of tho
killing end ot the receipts sold at a range
of 17. WITT. a. AS tne quaniy 01 mo 01
ferlngs did not quite comer up to the
standard of yesterday the top price waa.
not ns high, the highest point reached
h.inv B.. Thin wns paid for about four
cars of Idaho lambs weighing around 85
pounds. It was a corapamwveijr
hour before anything like a clearance
was effected. .
Mutton offerings were apparently Jrv
better request than lambs as buyer;
sought them first. Ewes, wethers and,
yearlings woro fairly active sellers and
values are quotably unchanged. Soma
unovenoss was a characteristic of the
trade as some sales looked strong while
others If anything wore a little lower.
Among tho transactions were some rango
owes at $1.75 and a tour-car string 01
Idaho wethors at $4.80, weighing on an
average ninety pounds. A small lot of
rango yearlings sold up to $5.50.
Tho situation In tho feodor trade showed
no material change, supply and demand
being about the same as on Tuesday. Tho
bulk ot the business was in feeding lambs.
which are quotable from o.wsixmb.
Quotations on siieon ana lamos: uirnni,
good to choice. $7.35&7.65; lambs, fair to
good, $.76Q7.85! lambs, culls, $5.00110.00:
lambs, feeders, $6.2&3.75; yearlings, good
to choice, tB.asuJ.uu; yearlings, tair to
good, $5.0020,25; yearlings, feeders. $4.2531
5.00; wethers, good to choice, $4.765,10;
wetllors, fair to good, $4.254f4.75; wethers,
feeders, 3.zo-l.uu; ewes, gooa to cnoiaa,
$4.150J4.76l ewes; fair to good, $3.604.15:
ewes. locaera, i2.xu., ouu succy, 4.w
274 Wyoming ewes 91
100 Idaho -owes J 103
82 native ewes ui
131 Idaho lambs 68
103 natlvo lambs 75
197 Idaho lambs ta
192 Idaho lambs 68
CHICAGO LIVIS BTOCIC MARKET
Cattle Vcak, Mostly fen to Fifteen
CHICAGO, July 30.-CATTLE-Rocelpts,
19.CC0 head; market weak, mostly KXJflBa ,
lower; beeves, $6.90QD,10; Texas steers,
$6.75r7 B0; western stoers, $6.407.85; stock
ers and feeders, t5.J0a7.D0; cows and heif
ers, $2.KX2H.0i); calves. $8,00011.00.
HOOS Receipts, 23,000 head; market
opened steady to higher, closed weak, 6a
to lOo below opening; bulk ot sales, $8.70
(39.10; light, $8.0600.40; mixed, $8.3509.35;
heavy, $8.25129.15; rough, $3.26&8.45, pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 25,009
head; market steady to 16o lower; na
tive, $4.2506.35; western, $4.2&gc.40: year
lings, $0.500.50; lambs, natlvo, $5.6037.50;
western, $6.0037.75. 1
Kaunas City Live Stock Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 34.-CATTLB
Recolpts, 12,000 head; market steady to
10a lower; stockera and feeders, 15(35a
lower; prime fed steers, $8.5098.80; dressed
beef steers, $7.0038.40; western steers,
$6.508.25; southern steers, $4.90(3.60; cows,
$4.00.00; heifers, $5.0006.76; stockera and
feeders, $3.(7.00; bulls, $4.506.50; calves,
HOGS Receipts, 8,000 head, market
steady to 10c lower; bulk ot sales, $8.85
tt"..00; heavy, $3.76g&96; packers and
butchers, $S.cOtf9.00; light, $8.8009.06; pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recclpts, 10,004
head; market steady; lambs, 164226a lower:
lambs, $5.6036.25; yearlings, $4.5O3C.60
wethers, $4.tXKH.75; ewes. $8.2504,26.
St. I.oula Live Stock Mnrket.
. BT. LOUIS, July 30, CATTLE Rn
celpts, 3,900 head; market steady; good to
choice steers, $7.258.00; stockera and
feeders, $5.26(7.00; cows and heifers, $4.75
88.40; bulls, $6.0087.00; calves, $6.00(310.75;
southern steers, $6.257,75; cows and
HOGS Receipts, 8,900 head; market
steady; pigs and light, $7.259.40; mixed
and butchers, $9.159.40; good heavy, 39.20
SHEEP AND LAMB8-Recelpts, 1,601
head; market steady to 10315c lower;
muttons, $3.2JS4.a; yearlings, $5.00gS.oai
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 30. CATTLE Receipt
5,000 head; market, steady; native beet
steers, $5.60iijS.7Ss oows and heifers, $4.75
(fjil.40; stockers and feeders, $5.2607,60;
southern steers, $6.2507.76; cows and half,
era, $4.2506.50; calves, $5.0036.00.
HOGS Reoelpts 6,600 head; market
steady;, pigs and lights, $7.2509.30; mixed J
andbutchers, $9,15e9.30; Bood heavy, $9.15
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 7,0(XI
head; market, steady; native muttons.
$3.2504.25; lambs, $6.007.40.
Stoux City Live Stock Mnrket. '
SIOUX CITY, la., July SO.-CATTLEU
Receipts, 600 head; market higher; natlvd
steers, $7.75S.50: cows and heifers, $5.2J
CMcalves, $a00O'l0.00; bulls, stags, etc,
ilOGS-Ricelpts, 5,200 head; markef
steady; heavy. $S.30C8.45; mixed. $S.45i
8.76; light, $8.7566.80; bulk ot sales. $$33
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, C0f
head; no quotations.
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"Hot an Experiment."
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