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CITY PRUPKRT Foil S A IiIS.
OPEN FOR INSPECTION.
3556 California street, vestibule, living
room, dining room, sun room, kitchen and
butler pantry downstairs, four large,
sunny bright bedrooms, with large closets
and bath upstairs. Floored attic, with
pienty of light and air. Full basement,
with laundry and vegetable room. The
house Is all finished In oak downstairs,
birch finish with maple floors upstairs.
The latest of electric fixtures have been
installed and every modern convenience.
Would be glad to show you through,
whether you are purchaser or not. The
price will Interest everyone.
OALLAQHER & NELSON,
4S3 Brandels Bldg. Dougtas 3S81
Now, modern bungalow, $1,000 cash, bal
ance easy payments'. Call owner, Web.
6-room modern cottage
East front lot, 46x123.
W. H. GATES,
644 Ore .ia Nat. Ilk. Bldg. Phone P. 1291.
Make an offer on two lots, 40x200 ft.
etch, 30th and Larlmore. Sewer, water,
gas and sidewalks. Must sell this week.
PAYNE INVESTMENT- COMPANY,
KKAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No
delay. J. II. Mlthen, Co., Inc., 021 City
NaUonal Bank Bldg. Douglas 1278.
CITY loans wanted. Loans for build
W. II. THOMAS,
228 State Bank Bldg.
OM..11A homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL. ESTATE CO.,
1010 Omaha National. Douglas S715.
LOANS on farms and Improved city
Property, 6, 6V4 and 6 per cent; no delay.
. H. Dumont St Co., 1603 Farnam 8L
i a TJrT"KT TITOOG Loans UiOd and up,
M.OLV V All JJlkUW-Onmhii NL nick.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St,
1100 to 110,000 made promptly. F. L.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
6C1L CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
1 319-12 Brandelo Theater Bldg.
WvNTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull BroZ
HARRISON ft MORTON. 916 Om. Nat
FAIiM A RANCH LANUS FOR SALB
CALIFORNIA land to exchange. Xi. T.
Bralth Co.. 816 City Nat. bank
FOUND 820-acj-o Homestead In settled
nelghoorhood. Fine farm laud, no said
hills. Cost you U76, filing fees and alt
J. A. Trucy, Kimball, Neb.
FOR SALE One of the best alfalfa
farms In Buffalo county, Neb., two miles
from Shelton; good buildings, fenced and
cross fenced; rural delivery and tele
phone; suitable for hog ranch or gen
ral f arming. Snap. For particulars ad
dress A. D. Dickinson, Shelton, Neb.
1G0-ACRE, improved, jvoup county, sac
rifice. Owner Is "up against It" and will
sell under the hammer price. This land
is priced at $25 per acre and carries an
Incumbrance of 11,700. It produces good
crops regularly. Located near the county
seat. We have been authorized to otter
It at $15 per aero. Make us your otter.
SHOPEN & CO., Omaha, Neb.
LARGE stock range, good for summer
and winter; for full particulars address
owner, 11. A. Leach, Wells. Nuvada.
WE ARE OWNERS of a 7-acre. three-year-old
commercial apple orchard, lo
cated In Douglas county, Oregon, non-lr-rlgated
and In high state of cultivation.
"V 111 sell It in 100-acre tracts or multiples
thereof to responsible parties desiring a
first-class retail proposition. Detailed
information and terms furnished. Sunny
dale Orchard Company, 13U2 Plymouth
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
SHOCG Boston Terrier with screw tall.
Cheap. Call Web. 6291.
WANTED TO BUY.
Lolgolf 2d-hanii store pays hUfhest prices
for furnltare, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
WILL buy slightly used Ford II offered
at bargain. State condition, price. D. HM.
WANTED a second-hand pony phaeton
or trap. Communicate with Samuel
Payne, Red Oak, la.. Hotel Johnson.
Slightly used high grade piano. W.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST.
Ship llva stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments reoelve prompt and careful men
tion. Live Stock Commission Merchants.
MARTIN BROS. ft CO.. Kxchange Bldg.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
staled proposals will be received
by the Board of Directors of the
Farmers' Irrigation District at their
office in the City of Soottsbluff.
Neb., for the purchase of 176,600 of the!
por cent serial bonds of the district until
13 o'clock m. on the 5th day or August.
1912, Bald bonds are Issued by authority
of an act of the legislature of the state
of Nebraska approved March 26, 1893.
session laws U5, 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
aud all bids and will In no event sell
any of said bonds for less than ninety
five (90) per cent of the face value
By order of the Board of Directors.
HEYWARD L. LEAVITT.
Secretary ol the Farmers' Irrigation Dis
Kills Man in Auto
CEDAR FALLS, la., July 81. (Special.)
Lou Qearhart of Apllngton, prominent
real estate dealer In this vicinity, was
Instantly killed this morning, when
Northwestern northbound passenger train
struck his automobile near Parkersburg.
He had risen early to transact business
with some farmers and the train was
concealed hy a large cornfield. He was
40 years old and leaves a widow and sev
DENIS0N TEACHER DROWNS
AT CLOSE OF HER VACATION
DENISON, la.. July U. (Special.)
Miss Ima Uhde. who was drowned at
Lake OkoboJI yesterday, was one of the
teachers In the Denlson High school,
holding the chair of botany and zoology.
She was signally popular with the pu
pils, entering into their sports, heading
walking and camping out parties and
thus easily the most beloved teacher of
the high school. The school board, mem
bers of two graduating classes, students
In under classes met this morning o
arrange for recognition of her worth at
the funeral, which takes place at Daven
port, the home of Miss Uhde. She had
spent her vacation attending a summer
school In botany and had gone out that
morning to take tier final swim before
starting for home.
Persistent Advcrtslng is the Road to
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Good Rains in Corn Belt Would Pre
cipitate Much Anxiety.
OUTLOOK IS QUITE SPOTTED
not Speculators In the Yellow Ce
real Understand that Fnvornhlc
Weather vrlth Moisture Will
Ilrlns; 111k Itesnlts.
OMAHA, July 31, 191$.
.Corn crop losses may be called pro
nounced, yet good rains would drive out
the larger holders unless they made the
stand of their levels, whlcn they would
bo likely to do, as they have handsome
profits and are now on "velvet." The
country Is promised lower temperatures
and showers in many sections of the
corn belt, and In case of a thorough wet
ting down there will bo a general scram
ble of holders. It has been many years
since the corn crop was as spotted ao It
as present. It is estimated by some that
the yield will total 2,TOO,000 bushels, but
they say in making up these estimates
thntjt will take good weather from now
on to raise tho crop up around the fore
going figures. As for' several days past,
the crop reports received from many sec
tions of the corn belt yesterday wero of
all descriptions. Many of them, how
ever, wore quite discouraging, as some
places In Kansas report the corn being
plowed under and farmers making prep
arations to seed winter wheat where the
corn turned out a failure.
Corn Is hanging around a very high
level, but under present conditions the
price is fully Justified. The corn market
has been uu unusual ono since the crop
was seeded, as the weather has for some
time been unfavorable, excepting possibly
In Iowa and some nf thn nthur lnrsn rnrn
growing state. One old timer, a crop ex
pert, who has Just returned from the
country south of Chicago, says that the
reports of damago has bion greatly ex
aggerated, for a purpose.
an corn wus lo higher.
Wheat played "second fiddle" to the
corn market yesterday and ut times it
was dull and weak, closing at sharp
losses Northwestern markets were
weaker and these, too, in the face of
heavy decreases in tho stocks at Min
neapolis and Duluth.
j-asn wneat was He higher.
Incro Were Increnilpri nfrnrlnim nt nnl.
yesterday In the pit and the attempts of
Chicago professionals to force prices
t-ash i oats were unchanged to He higher.
. HV5ilc.es wer: Wheat and flour equal
to 824,000 bu.; corn, 1,000 bu.; oats, nono.
-,.F2Lc0ea w,th wheat W lower;
n. HGftd lower.
Primary wheat receipts wero 1,857,000
bu. and shipments, 919,000 bu., against
recemts of l.4.u;.nrn hn nn.i .viinD.t. e
816.000 bu. fast year.
i-rimary corn receipts were 383,000 bu.
and shipments, 38,000 bu., against re
cemts Of 333.00(1 lltl nnrt ihlnmnnt. rst 1S9 .
000 bu., lost year.
Primary oats receipts wero 614,000 bu.
and shipments, 421,0uO bu., against re
ceipts of 403.000 bu. and shipments of 281.
000 bu. last year.
Chicago ,. 672 61 HI
Omaha 246 84 27
Kansas City 2t7 19 15
8t. Louis 941 ?fl so
Winnipeg ,. og
rno toliowlng cash sales wero reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 1 car. Sic; 1
Car. !0c; 5 cars, 80c; 10 cars, 79c. No.
3 hard winter: 3 cars, fOic; 1 car, SOVic,
1 car, 80c: 1 car, 79&C No. 4 hard winter:
1 oar, 79&c; 1 car, 7914c; 1 car, 78',ic; 1
oar, T7Vic. No grade: 1 cur, 74c (rye
mixed). Corn No. 2 white: 1 car, CSa; 1
car, 67c. No. 3 white: 1 er, CTc; 2
cars, 67V4c. No. 2 yellow; 1 car, bOWc.
No. 3 yellow: 2 cars, 06 Vic; 9 cars, Wc; I
car, 6Jc. No. 4 yellow: 1 car, 6-V.c No.
2 mixed: 2 cars, 66c. No. 3 mixed: 3 cars,
C6c; 2 cars, ahic; 2 cars, 65ic. No. I
mixed: 2 cars. 65c. No grade: 1 car, 06c.
Oats No. 3 white: 3 cars, SS'4ci 1 car, 380.
No. 4 white: 7 cars, SSc: 1 car, 37c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard,
79HSlHc; No. 3 hard, 78AS0V4c; No. 4
hard, 76V.79tto; No. 3 spring, 81082c;
No. i BPrlng, 7SUG0V4c; No. 2' durum,
7SHS0Hc; No. 3 durum, 77H379Hc; No. 2
white, 673iQ68o; No 3 white, 67WC7Jic;
No. 4 white, 670C7Hc: No. 2 yellow, 66Wcj
No. 3 yellow, 6560Wc; No. 4 yellow, 65
65Hc; No. 4 yellow, 6o65Hc; No. 2, COc;
No. 3, C3Vi66c; No. 4, MWfOiei no grade,
00OS6C. Oats: No. 2 white. 3839e; stand
ard. SSHc; No. 3 white. S84f38c; No. 4
white. 33H38c. Barley: Malting, 5355c;
No. 1 feed, 38tf41a Rye: No. 2. 6a062Hc;
No. Z. 61H4i2c.
CHICAGO UllAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the TmdintC and Cloalne
Prices on noard of Trade.
CHICAQO. July 3L Squeezing of corn
shorts in the winding up of the July
delivery made the price of that option
advance nearly four cents today. The
final cost of July corn was 69V4c, an up
turn of 3Hc. Other months closed un
changed to He up. The finish In wheat
varied from c decline to a shade
advance. OatB were unchanged to H
Ho off, and provisions ranged from ilo
loss to a gain of Cc.
Belated shorts In corn had to pay
dexrly for their stubbornness In post
poning settlement until the extreme lim
its allowed by contract. After the price
moved up about 3 cents to 68Hc, thore
was said to have been private adjust
ment of differences by a number of big
shorts. A few who were more obstinate
let the market rise to OOVic before yielding
in the active options, corn at first
showed weakness owing to the breaking
of the hot wave and becauso of quite
feneral showers. Opinion gathered force,
owever, that tho moisture supplied had
not been sufficient to Insuro the safety
of the crop. This conviction with the
squeeze In July delivery, brought about
free buying and advanced the market,
but there was an easier feeling In the
last half hour when the July deal was
practically out of the way,
Hlack rust dispatches from northern
Minnesota helped rally wheat, The bulls
had assistance also from liberal export
sales and from the tightness In corn.
Nevertheless the market was weak at
both ends of the day's trading, an ef
fect largely of lower cables and big
Somewhat better threshing returns
tended to weaken oats. Thcro was a
good volume of business in this cereal,
but the total was far from being equal
to that In corn.
Provisions suffered from liquidating
sales by longs. The Incentive came
chiefly through a decline In the price
Artlclel Open. I High, I Low. 1 Close.l Yes'y.
July. 84H 85 84
8ept. S5H0H 86M 85
Dec. SSHG-H 90 S9H
May. 94S4f H 95H H
July. CCU 69H CO
Sept. 64U C6H C4i
Dec. 62H C3H 62
May. 64Vi 65H 64
July. SSH 40
Sept, 40i&Ti ttWIKi
Dec. 4243 43H 42
May. 45HOH 46 45H
Pork. I I
July, 21 87H1 22 03 21 50
Sept. 20 80 20 95 20 80
Jan.. 19 05 19 12H 18 96
Sept 11 52-55 11 CO 11 52H
Oct..fll 60-62 11 67H 11 60
Jan.. 10 70 10 72H 10 67H
Sept. 11 55 11 62V4 U SO
Oct.. 11 35 11 45-47 11 35
Jan.. 10 10 10 12H 10 10
Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red, new,
S6fl87c; No. 3 red. new, 85H&86i4c; No. i
hard, new, 8tiH&7c; No. t hard, new, HP
87c; No. 3 hard, new, S5H&Wc; No. a
northern, 91692c; No. 2 northern, 50Q91c;
No. 3 northern. SSQOOc; No. 2 spring, 90
91c; No. 3 spring, 8SS'j0c; No. 4 spring,
8343880; velvet chaff, 8a&90c. . No.
J 05HGC6c; No. 2 white. 6707c; No.
2 yellow. miClc, No. 3, G5H3C6Hc: No. 3
white. 6766740; No. 3 yellow, 65iQ7c;
No. 4. 6566c: No. 4 white, 6S4(jGHc:
No 4 yellow, 65S6c. Oats: No. I white
new, 61HllHc: No. 2, old, 42c; No, a
white, new, 30R40Ho: No. 3 white, old.
lOWWHc; No. 4 white, new, 404c; No.
4 white, old, 4OU40Hc; standard, new, 41ff
41Hc; standard, old, 4H31ic. Rye; No. 2
new. omij63Hc. Ilarley, 4fifl4c. Timothy,
IS.76fH.75. Clover, nominal. Pork. 122.25.
Lard 311 47H. Ribs, til 12lfrri2,i2H.
Hl'TTER Firm; creamery. 23fj28Uc.
POTATOES Lower, at tKQMc, receipts,
FXJOs Unchanged, receipts. 9.501 c.vi sr
at mark, rases Included, lWflTe; ordinary
WIl'l.TIIV All... 'J.
...,v IVH.I, tiui, . IT.
springs, 17c; turkeys. 19c.
N"fT York Money Market.
Corn and Wheat Jleatun nnlletln.
Untied States Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, for Omaha, for th
twenty-four hours ending at I a. in.. 7tth
meridian time, Thursday, July 21, 1913.
OMAHA DISTRICT STATIONS.
f!tatlon. High. Low. tall. Sky.
Ashland, Neb.. 103 t .11 Clear
Auburn, Neb... 104 68 .00 Pt-Cloudy
Ilroken Bow.... 91 53 .00 Clear
Columbus PS 59 .so clear
Culbertson .....100 48 .OS IU. cloudy
IFairbury, Neb.. 105 63 .00 Pt. cloudy
Fairmont, Neb. 102 6S .04 PL ctoudy
Grand Island. ..104 M .24 Clear
Hartlngton 101 53 .00 Clear
Hastings 103 53 .00 Clear
lloldrege. Nob. ICS 58 ,10 Pt. cloudy
Lincoln. Neb... 103 64 .06 PL cloudy
North Platte.. 86 44 .00 Clear
Oakdale, Neb.. M M .00 Clear
Omaha. Neb. ...101 05 .00 Cloudy
Tckamah, Neb. 103 61 .28 Clear
Valentine tO 44 .00 Clear
Alta, la 99 61 .04 Pt. cloudy
Carroll, la 9S 63 .00 Cloudy
Clarlnda. Ia.... 102 68 .00 Clear
Sioux City 100 CO .OS Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
District- Stations. High. Low. fall
No. of -Temp - Rain
Columbus, 0 18 91 66 .00
Louisville, Ky... 22 102 72 . 40
Indianapolis .... 14 100 70 .20
Chicago 24 9S 72 .10
St. Louis 19 100 72 2.00
Des Moines 22 102 70 . 20
Minneapolis 61 82 68 .30
KnnBas City 26 100 70 1.10
Omaha 17 100 58 .20
Extremely high temperatures prevailed
over the corn and wheat region Wednes
day, but the weather Is much cooler in
tho western portion this morning, and the
cooler is extending eastward. Showers
occurred in all except tho Columbus dis
trict. They were genorally light and
scattered, except heavy falls occurred as
follows: Cairo, III., 2.60 inches, and
Springfield, Mo.,. 1.70 Inches.
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau,
New York General Mnrkrt.
NEW YORK, July 31. SUdAR Raw,
firm; muacovado, 3.11o; centrifugal, 161c;
molasseB, 2.80c; refined, steady.
BUTTER-Steady: receipts, 10.058 tubs;
creamery extras, 26U26fto; firsts, 25&
25Vio; state dairy finest, 23H4?26c; good to
price. 2f&25c; process extras, 24V485c;
Imitation creamery firsts, 24o; factory,
June moke, firsts, 23Hc; factory, current
make, f lists, 23o; packing stock, current
make. No. 1. 21Hc
CHEESE Steady: receipts, 2,189 boxes;
state whole milk fresh colored specials,
HViffHHo; state whole milk, freBh white
Kpoclals, USicl skims, 3Q11C.
EGGS Irregular; receipts, 17,223 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 2426c: oxtra
firsts, 22&23Hc; firsts, 20$21c; Pennsyl
vanlan and nearby hennery vhltes, as to
size and quality, 2Qtf33c; Pennsylvania
and neat by hennery gather whites. 23tr
31c; western gathered whites, Zlitnc.
POULTRY Live, steady; chickens, sue;
fowls, 15Hc: turkeys, 13c; dressed poultry
dull and irregular; fresh killed western
chickens, 18!3c; fowlB, 16H5fl9Ho; tur
Minneapolis flrnfii Mnrkcl.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 31. WHEAT
July, 84V5c; September, 86 Ho; December,
t$Hc Cash: No. 1 hard, 83c: No. 1
not them, 87fttt8Hc; No. 2 northern. ftQ
&,.: i No. 2 nuru, Montana, S4Vic; No. J,
CORN No. 3 yellow, 61c
OAT9-KO. 3 white. 39c.
RYE No. 2, 55357c.
St. Loills General Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 31. WHEAT No. 3
red, 84S8t9icr, No. 2 hard, 84&90c; July, 83c;
CORN-No. 2, 67Ho; No. 2 white, 70c;
July, C6c: September, C7c.
OATS-No. 2, S9H&40Wo; No. 2 white
40ttcC4lc; July, 38Hc; September, 40Hc.
POULTRY Chickens, 12Hc; springs. ICo;
turkeys, 18c; ducks, 12 Ho; geese, 10c.
BUTTER Creamery, 2Cc.
Omnliit liny Mnrket.
OMAHA. Julv Sl.-Pralrle hay: old,
No. 1 to choice upland. J10.00ail.00: No. 2.
J9.0CXH10.00: No. 3, 37.00(59.00; No. 1 to choice
midland, J10.00fll0.60; No. 2, $9.O0flO.OO; No.
3, 37.OOS9.00; No. 1 to choice lowland, $11.00
10.00; No. 2, 8.009.00; No. 3. 36.00Q8.00.
Straw: choice wheat, 35.00G,60i Alfalfa:
None on the market. Old, No. 1 to choice,
J12.004n3.00; No. 2, J10.00ll.00; NO. 3. J8.C0
ffflO.W: New, No. 1 to choice, 11.0012.00;
Milwaukee drain Market.
MILWAUKEE. WU.. Julv 3L WHEAT
No. 1 northern, 924)030; No. 2 northern,
904J90Hc; No. 2 hard winter, 87688c; Sep.
lemoer, toe; uecemuer, bdmvuc.
CORN No. 3 yellow, OSHc; No. 3 white,
67Hc; No. 3, We; September, 660; Decem
Kunnn City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Julv 31. WHEAT
No. 2 hard. 8185c: No. 3, R0S3Hc; No.
2 red. 81HQ8lc; No. 3. 804j'81c
CORN No. 2 white, 71o; No. 3, 69H70c.
OATS No. 2 white, 40Hlc; No. 2
EGGS Firsts. 19c: seconds. 12o
POULTRY Hens, 12Hc; roosters, 9c;.
ducks, 16Q16ic; springs, ICo
Liverpool Grain Mnrket.
LIVERPOOL, July 81. WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 9d; No. 2, 7s
6d; No. 3, 7s 3d; futures, easy; Jdly un
quoted: October, 7s 2d; December, 7s. 2VW
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
new kiln dried, 5s 64d; American mixed,
old, 6s; American mixed, old. via Galves
ton, 6s SVld; futures, easy; September,
La Plata, 4s lid; October, La Plata, 5s.
NEW YORK, July 31. METALS Lead,
steady at 31.40; at London, 20 7s 60.
Spelter, quiet at tS.555.65; at London,
20 10s. Copper, firm; standard, spot,
J14.37 bid; August. $14.404n4.87: tiptomber,
J14.4Sfiri4.S7: October, J14.40ai4.8f; elec
trolytic. Jl.3: lake. I15.254fli.i0; casting,
J14.87iT15.12. Tin. dull; spot and August,
39.76ifr40.a;: September. J39.8oiH0.0O; Octo
bor, J39."cr8i0.00. Antimony, nominal:
Cookson's. J8.40'8.50. Iron, steady and
London markets closed as follows;
Copper, firm; spot and futures, 67 7s d.
Tin, strong; spot and futures, 1182 5s.
Iron. Cleveland warrants. 64s 10Hd.
ST. LOUIS, July 31.-METAL8 Le.d,
firm. J4.22H. Spelter: Firm. J5.25gc.30.
NEW YORK, July 31.-COTTON-Futures
closed steady. Closing bids:
August. 11.71c: September. 11.35c; October,
11.22c; November, 11.16c; December. ll.lKfl'
January, 11.11c; February. 11.12c: March,
11.30c: April. ll.20c; May, 11.25c. Spot cot
ton closrd quiet: middling uplands, 12.00c:
gulf. 12.25c; sales, 12,420 bales. Market
closed steady with August 6 points net
higher and new crop 2 to 4 points lower
LIVERPOOL, Julv 31.-COTTON-Htvit,
quiet and unchanged; middling fair, 7.11 J;
Rood mtddlincr, C.83c: middling, 6.53d; low
middling. 6.33d; good ordinary, 3.85d; or
dinary, 6. Sid; sales, 7,000 bales.
NEW YORK. July 31.-COFFEE-Th
coffee market was quiet. After opening
m apo uuinia lower, owintf to easier feel
ing In Brazil, a steadier feeling prevailed,
owing to firmness on spot positions ami
on buying by roasters. Tho close wa
Bteady. August, 9.03c; September, M7c;
Octooer, 3.23c; November, 9.81c; Decem
ber, 9.38c; January, 9.43c; February, 9.49c;
Ma-ch. 9.56c; April. 9.61c; May, 9.67c; June,
9.64 ; July, 9.71c Spot coffee firm: No. 7,
9Hc; Santos 4s, 12c; mild, dull; Cordova,
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
BIOUX CITY;, la., July 3L-CATTLE-Recetpts,
400 head: market steady to 10c
lower: steers, J7.5oQ8.60; cows and heif
ers, $3.D037.CO; oanners, J4.10GJ6.W; bulls,
stags etc.. J5.403C25.
HOGS Receipts. 4,500 head; market
steady to 5o lower; heavy, J3.26ifie.4:
mixed. JS.45&76; light, J8.7&3S.60; bulk
of sales. JS.Tyft8.G0,
SHEEP AND LAM DH Receipts, 600
ht-ad; market iteady, fed muttons, JV0O
W60; wethers, J4.7&S6.00; lumbs, J008
OMAITA, FRIDAY, AUGUST
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Shows Extreme Susceptibility
AN ABSENCE OF PUBLIC INTEREST
I.emlliiK Issnrs Mnnlfest Usual
Mixture of Gains and Losses
Government Ilonda on Call
NEW YORK, July St. The most strik
ing feature of today's stock mnrket was
its extreme susceptibility to professional
manipulation and the continued absence
of outside or publtu interest In Its ad
vances or declines.
Leading stocks showed tho usual mix
ture of gulns aud losses, In no case ex
tending beyond fractions except In
Canadian Pacific, which soon fell a full
point and In Illinois Central, which made
a lower record than on tho preceding
day. Before the end of tho first hours,
however, all losses wero effaced, with
marked strength In Steel, Union Pacific,
Amalgamated and Reading. Trading In
Steel was especially noteworthy because
of the largo blocks taken at best prices
In many months.
By midday theso gains were obliterated,
somo speculative favorites going under
yesterday's close with acuto weakness In
Chesapeake & Ohio, Canadian Paclfia
and Southern Pacific. The decline In the
first named was accompanied by rumors
of a coming cut In tho dividends, whllo
Southern Pacific's loss was ascribed to
reports of a strike on tho system. New
Haven also reflected pressuie, the con
vertible sizes losing a point In connec
tlon with tho salo of some of the com
pany's trolley lines, coupled with a pro
test against the proposed Issue of new
debentures. . , ,
In the later dealings, which were at
tended with frequent periods of staBna
tlon. fractional recoveries from lowest
prices were recorded. The closing was
heavy, with no material net changes ex
cept in tho Issues named.
The general bond market was irregular,
nnd government bonds on call wero un
changed. Total sales par valuo were
WNu'mber of sales and clos'.ng quotations
on stocks were:
SKIT, j 1 1 n .'. w .zrr
AmalnmalM Corpr ... li.MO 7(A tt
American Uet 8utw....
Atnorlcin Cn pfd 4M M
Ain.rlc.1. C. r... WO 4IH
Am.rletn Cotton Oil M !"JJ
Am. Ic Pfcurltl" ,,H 'jj
American Unxed ?
Am, 8. A 11. Pfd. "J
American T. te T 00 1H "H
iSfflrs h h
mSSSS SSst tin. iw ljojt IW m
jultlmor. Ohio 1M JH S4 W
llrookljn Ilapia Tr 1.M0 JS t.S
CnniHlLn Pacific I.JM J1H NH 4
Central L.alh.r WO U Wl
OhfMPMk. A Ohio 5.900 MH 'H
Chief. N. W 100 1WV 1
ColoriV. Fuel A Iron... ,tM I Jl K f
OoniolMated Oaa 0 1J1H 1MJJ 1J1H
Corn Proauct. JJO 1H 10H W,.
nelftwam Hudaon 100 UV 1ITW W
Dnr & lllo arande... 1M JO 19
DMirer & II, O. pM 400 Jl JIH J
nitllliV 8curttio. ... ..." JJ
ErU l.t pfd 1.M0 44 H 4J1,
TIrle id rfd 200 H ,.,
0wral ElMtrlc jJJJ
Great North.rn pfd 400 lM?i lVi 1MH
Orrat Northm Of ctf.. 7M H O M
Illinois Central ,t00 1MH 1MJ. 106
Intrbo)Uith Met 0 UH H S
Inter. Mat. pfd 1.400 68 UV4 U
International Ilarrfster 1J
Inter-M&rtna pfd H
InUrnatlonal Paper 1.S0O 104 H 10
Kontai City Houtharn... 200 17U nA 27H
7hlh Vallar 1.700 WM 1M 144
LoulirllU tk NaahTltl.. 200 111 134 13:1,
M., Bt. 1. S. BU. M IMti
MUaourl. K. & T 800 Mil SJ M4
Mlt.ourl racltlo l.tOO Uli 3114 3IV4
National Ulicult . .. 100 Uh W 117
National Ixad 100 41 4
W II. It. of M. M Pfd.. (00 1H H
New York Central 800 t W 9IH
N. V.. O. ft W 100 ni 59 2S
Norlolk & Weftern,.j... 100 105 10S 106
North American i
Northern 1'aclflo 3.000 109ft 10SU 103
I-oclflc Hall toli
rennijlyanla 1,600 114 11IH I13H
People's Oaa lit
V., C, C Bt. Ij 0
Plttibursh Coal 17H
Trened Steel Car 100 74 H 7"i 7U
Pullman Palsca Car It
Heading 34,700 16014 158i ISSK
Itepubllo Iron ft BUel... 300 UM Z3't MH
Ilepubllo I. A 8. pfd.... 100 !ti MVi UV
(Itock Iiland Ob 100 17H 17H 17H
lloclt Iiland Co. pfd.... 900 29 2SH 3SU
St. U & B. F. 2d pfd... too !( s; gix
Beaboard Air Lin too 1U 19 IMi
Heaboard A. L. pfd 1,400 4)14 42H 42H
Bloaa.Sheffleld 8. & 1
Bouthern Paclflo 19,(00 61 Vi I1H 1U
Southern lUtlway 1,800 24 234 23M
Bo. nallwnor pfd 200 78 71 78
Tenneaaoe Copper 3,loo 3114 30H MV4
Texas ft raclfls ,,
Vnlon racltlo 11.000 1I9K KlVi 148
ninlon l'aclfla pfd........ ..... 84
United States healtr elU
United gutea Rubber.... 300 60 60 u
United fllatee Kteel. CS.300 C0V4 l& bl
V. 8. Steel pfd S00 J09 103V4 101V4
Utah Copper 4,100 48U 47H ml
Va.-Carollna Chemical .. 2li
Wabaah pfd 600 7U 111 7U
Waatern Maryland , , .... .52
WestlschoiMe Electric .. 780 3Ttj t4H e3
Wheellnc & Lake Erie .... t
Tctal aalea far th riiv ,tm
Jirrr Vorlc Alotipy BlnrUrl,
NEW YORK, July 31.-MONBV-On call,
steady, per cent; ruling rate,
per cents closing, 3H per cent; offered,
2V4 per cent. Tima loans, steady; sixty
days, 81404 per cent; ninety days, 4WJ
C per cent; six months, fiXflO per cent.
PRIME MKRCANTILH PAPER-6 per
cent. Sterling exchange, steady nt 14.83
for sixty day bills and at J4.SC60 for de
mand. Commercial bills, I4.82H,
SILVER Bar, 69c; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad
Closing quotations on bonds today were
U. 8. ref, 2a, res... (8Ji K. C. Bo. ref. te... tt
do coupon ,!:!L. B. deb, 4a 1M1.. Wii
U. B. 3a. re 101 1 L. & N. unl. .... j
do coupon 101KM. K. & T. lit 4a.. 80V4
U, 8. 4e. ref H 'do (en. 4Ha 79,
do coupon 110 Mo. Pacific 4 II
Panama l, coup..,. 91 do conr, la 7H
A.-C. Ut 8a ctfa... U) n of M 4.t
Amer. Ai. 5a ts, y. c. g. ... . aiai
A. T. ft T. c. I..100 do dab. U a
Am. Tobacco 8a... .116 Y N. II. ft 11.
Armour St Co. 4He. W cr. M 70
Atchison sen. 4a.... & W. 1st c. 4a. 91
do cr. 4a 1980.... 9BV4 ado oy. 4s loJu
do ct. 6a 99V4No. Paclflo 4s 9C
A. C. It. lat 4a.... 89. do Ji "ill
Hal. & Ohio 4a 9V O. a. L. rfdf, it... 90
do 1H 89iPenn. or. 3Hs J918.. 9lli
Drook. Tr. ct. 4s.. 88 do eon. 4s tiK
On, of Oa. 6 10JIleadlni (en. 4a... is
Can. Leather It,... 98S'S. U ft 8. F. u 4s fit!
Chea. ft Ohio 4Vii. 84 do ten. ts sj
do conv. 4Hs 79V4 84. u a. w. c. 4s 77
Chicago A A. 3Vis. . 63 H. A. I., ad, 6a... 7414
C. I!, ft Q. J. 4a... 9HSo. Pac. col. 4s. .. I.il
do ran. 4a 91 do y. ta Jj
C M ft 8 V e 4HS..102U do 1st ref. 4s.... lU
C. IC I. ft P. c. 4s 68 80. nallwar 6a I01U
do rff. 4a ,79 do jen, 4a 711
c & fl. r & e 4!is I1H Unlan Paelflc 4s.... 9s2
D, ft II. CT. 4s.... 94 do cy. 4e ti2
D. & It. 0. ref. 6s. 10 do 1st & ref. 4a!! tlZ
nistlllers' 6a 69 U. B Ilubbar 6s. 100T4
Erie p. I. 4s 8H II. t. Btae td la. Ilii
do gen. 4a 71)4 V..C. Cliem. 6s lis!
do ey. 4s. er. B. 71 Wabaati 1st A tx. 4a 6141
III. On. lat r. 4j. I9H Waatern Md. . . ji?
Inter. Met. 4Hs 76 West. Klec. cy. 6s. iiu
Inter. M. M. 4Ha. 80U,WI. Central 4s... 81
Japan 4'4a UVii
Iloatim Bllnlnic Xrortui,
BOSTON, July 31. Closinif quotations
on Boston stocks and bonds:
Allouei 11 H Mohawk io'i
Aroal. Copper 69J4 Nerada Con 16
A. Z. U ft 8 IWMUHlni Mlnaa ... IU
Arliona Com IVi'Korth Ilutta 27
11. & C. C. A B. M. 0 North Isk jii
Oal, Ic Arlxona (3H,Old Dominion 41
Cal. ft Hecla 401 Osetola 75
Centennial HUQulney M
Copper Ilanie C. C, 18U BhannOn T
Kaat Ilutta C. M... 12 Buperlor 24
1'riokllD 4H Superior & D. M... IV,
dranby Coo 691 Tamarack 21Vi
Oreene Cananaa ... 64 U. H. B. II. ft M. 14
Isle Tloyala Copper. 19 do pfd 47
Kerr Lake M4lHah Con w
Laka Copper St.'th Copper Co..... ivZ
I Ball. Copper.... 4 Winona . lu
Miami Copper 22)i Wolrerlna 014
WASHINGTON, July ll.-The condition
cf the United States treasury at tho be
ginning of business today was as followc
Working balance In general fund. tlSI.
700,624; total receipts yesterday 12 749 311,
total payments yesterday, 11.618,678. The
deficit this fiscal ear Is I13,10!,90r,
"rut nuonv nulla
Xrvr York Mining Stocks.
NKW YORK, July St.-Closlng quota
tions on New York mining stocks:
Cam. Tunnel etoek.. Buttle Chief ., I
ds bends 1IMetlean 109
Cm. ral. A Va ... . It Ontario 100
lroa Sllyer lOOOphlr 11
Leadyllla Con .... llTellow Jaektt It
OMAHA OlSNRnAa, MAltKlST.
BUTTKR No. 1, Lib. carton. MCI No.
1, fO-lb. tubs, 2JHo; No. X, t&a
, KISH-Whlte, fresh, lla; trout, fresh,
lie; large crapplcs, fresh, lie; Bpanlah
mackerel, 13c; shad roe, per pair, too;
salmon, fresh, 16c; halibut, freih. IO01
buffalo. Po; bullheads. 13o; channel oat
fish, 13o; pike, lie; pickerel. 11c
CHKK8l Importet Swiss, Un; Ameri
can Swiss, 24c: block Swiss, 4c; twins.
no; aaisei. 1.0. triplets, um louog
Americas, lSo blue label brick 17o; lira
berger. 2-lb., 23c; New York, whit 19c.
lHJULTRY Broilers, 2CHOC per lb.;
hens, 19c; cocks, UHo; ducks, ISOaoo:
geese, 18u turkeys, Mf23c; pigeons, per
dor., 1. to: roosters, 9c; ducks, full fea
thered, 12ic; geese, full feuthored, 10;
touubs, No. 1, Jl.W; No. x. too.
Beef cut prices: No. 1 ribs, 17Hc; No. 3
ribs, lCo; No. 3 ribs, 14c. No. 1 loins,
lHic; No, 3 lotus, ldc: No. 3 loins, 14c.
No, 1 chucks, 114c; No. 2 chucks, lla;
No. 3 chucks, ioio. No. 1 rounds, lSot
No. 3 rounds, 14Vic: No. 3 rounds, 14c.
No, 1 plates, 7c, No, ! plates, "Uc, No.
3 plates, 6o.
The following prices ore furnished by
the Ulltnsky Fruit compuny:
Fruits: Extra fancy Klberta freestone
peaches, per bushel, 33.25; extra fancy
Elberta freestone peaches, per 4-bnsket
crate, 90o; extra fancy Elberta freestone
peaches, ZS-crate lots, per crate, Sic;
Wlckson large green plums, per crate,
II. SO; medium red plums, per crate, II. DO;
largo blue plums, per crate, tl.&K'rl.OO.
Pears; Bartletts, per box, 12,76; 6-box
lots, 12.65. Peaches: St. John, per box,
1.U; Crawford, 11.25. Apples: Duchess or
Transparent, per bu., $1.25; t-bu. lots,
$1.20; 10-bu. lots, 11.15. Cantaloupes: Ari
zona standard, per crate, 11.26; Arlxona
pony, per crate, 12.76: Arlxona Jumbo, per
crate, 12.75; California, pony crates, per
crate, it 10; California standard, par orate,
13.00. Raspberries! Red, per 24-plnt case,
33.50. Blackberries! Home grown, per
24-quart case, 2.50. Oranges: Extra fine
Valencia, Ui, 123 aliut. pur box, 18,0);
Sunklst Valenclas. 150 slse, 1C50; 178, 240,
31$, 250 slr.es, per box, 17.00. Potatoes;
Large, now, per bushel. 31.00. Grapefruit:
Florida, Indian river, 4!, 64, M sites, 110.00.
Onions: California large yellow, Per lb.,
So. Cranberries: Evaporated, carton con
taining 3$ packages, per carton. 11.70.
Lemons: Extra fancy Sunklst, 300s and
SiiOs, per box, 310.50; extra choice Red
Ball, XO and 300a, por box, $10.00. Toma
toes: Tennessee, per 4baskt cratt, 11.00!
6-crate lots, Hoc. Watermelons: Alabama
sweet, per lb., IVic; C-crate lots, par lb.,
VKUETAULE8 Potatoes, large, new,
per bushel, $1.00. Onions, California large
yellow, per pound, gftc Tomatoes, Ten
nessee, per 4-baslcet crate, $1.15; 6-orat
lots, $1.10. Watermelons, Alabama sweet,
fnir pound, lici 6-urato Mots, per pound,
MISCELLANEOUS Roasting ears, per
doten. 15o; Michigan celery, per dozen
Stc; Moli'i cider, per keg, 13.60; Nehawka
elder, per keg, $3.25: asparagus, per doten,
60c; rhubarb, per doten, 20c; onions, per
dozen, 20c; new beets, carrots, turnip
per dozen, 30o; parsley, per dozen, 40a;
tadlsh, por doten, 20c; head lettuce, per
doten, U.00; homegrown leaf lattuco, per
dozen, 20c; green peppers, per basket,
60c; wax or green beans, per basket,
11.00; hothouse cucumbers, per baskot,
$1.25; cauliflower, per pound. 10c to m,ol
Venetian garlic, por pound. 12Vio; now
cabbage, par pound, 3c; eggplant, per
doten, 11.60; horseradish. 2 doten bottle
In case, per case, 11. W; Dromedary brand
dates, package, $3.00; Anchor brand dates,
package, $2.20; walnuts, No. I soft shell,
per pound. 0a; medium pecans, er pound,
lliic; jumbo pecans, per pound, 16c; giant
pecans, Louisiana paper shell, per pound,
26c; filberts, per pound, 16ci Drake al
monds, per pound, 15o: paper shell, lSo;
Brazils, per pound. 10c; large washed,
per pound, 12c; black walnuts, por pound.
lc; raw No. 1 peanuts, par pound, 7o;
Jumbo peanuts, per pound. 8c; roast pea.
nuts, per pound, 8vio; snell bark hickory
nuts, per pound, 4c; large hickory nuts,
per pound, 3c; white rice popcorn, por
pound, 4a; checkers, tier loo.package case,
$3.50; checkers, per 50-packiife case, $1.75;
Lesllo berry boxes, quarts, por 1,000, $2.7$.
Coffey Must Resign
or Not Be Confirmed
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, D. C July 31.-(Spe-clnl
Telegram.) Confirmation of James
Coffey's appointment as Internal revenue)
collector for tho two Davotas dopends
upon whether he resigns as chairman of
the South Dakota democrat state central
committee. This ia the unqualified state
ment of a democratic senator who Is en
tirety familiar with every phase of Mr.
Coffey's caso which has been pending
in the senate slnco April when his nomi
nation was sent in by the prostdent.
Soon after Mr. Coffey's nomination was
sent In, among other things it was
charged that Mr. Coffey was not a Simon
pure democrat and that he has acted
as tho agent of "Dick" Richards when
the latter was making his fight against
Senator Sterling for the senatorial nomi
nation. It was further charged that he
was tlio friend of the liquor Interests In
South Dakota und intimations ware made
that If he were to bo uppotnted Internal
revenue col loot or he would avail himself
of any opportunity afforded to fa,vor
those interests In return for their po
Confirmation has been delayed at the
request of Senator Sterling who asked
that these and other charges against Mr.
Coffey be thoroughly Investigated. The
finance committee r ported In favor of
When tho case wai brought up in the
executive session of tho senate today
the objection to confirmation pressed was
that Mr. Coffey should not hold his po
sition as stato democratic chairman and
at tho same Umo hold a federal office.
It was then agreed to give Mr. Coffey
an opportunity to resign as chairman.
It he does this, It Is said that his ap
pointment will be speedily confirmed,
Final action Is not expected before tho
middle of August as there Is some doubt
expressed what course Mr. Coffey will
Fire Breaks Out j
Insane in Panic
MILWAUKEE, Wis., July 31. Flro
broko out In the buildings of the Mil
waukee chronto Insane asylum shortly
after midnight and wild scenes of dis
order followed among the 300 patients.
The Insano rushed to the windows of
their wards, smashed the llghU, fought
back the guards and for a tlmo had
complete control of the place. Amid
terrific thunder and vivid lightning the
howling maniacs created such a din that
It could be heard for miles about the
country. Just as they were about to
break forth from their dormitories a
squad of thirty parolled patients arrived
from a nearby asylum and fought back
the frenzied men and women.
Loss of Nanking
Hard Blow to Rebels
PBKINO, July 31.-The return of Nan
itlosT to the side of the Peking govern
ment is considered here as having taken
away tho cornerstone from the southern
Tho senate today approved tho nomina
tion of Hsiung, former minister of
finance, as premier, and it Is believed
that a permuncnt cabinet will now be
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Sell in About Same Notches
HOGS CLOSE TEN CENTS OFF
Sheep nnd Lambs Arr In Liberal Sup
ply Quality Not Overly flood,
with Str-ndy Prices on
SOUTH OMAHA. July 31. 1313.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday $,f0 3,630 13.7RS
Official Tuesday 3,042 11.810 12,356
Official Wednesday.... 1.34S 8,449 7,505
Estimate Thursday ... 1,74 7,a 6,635
Four days this week.lO,2S6 30,973
Same days last week.. 9,661 34,737
Same days 2 wks ago. .t0,$?S 31,93
Ham Amvm m t a, 001
Same days 4 wks ago.. MT7 43.2S3
nays last tear. . .10.541 sa.TUfi
x no following t&ul shows the retclpts
of cattle, hogs and Hum .it th-l Bi-ulh
Omaha lire stock narka for tn-j year
to date as compared with last year.
, n , . ana- . . r. . -
Vttlo 447.029 469.171 1.241
'V 1.C04.363 2,002.454 3CS.094
HhP l.C7.:iE 1.059.G4S 4.6fi7
The following table shows tho range of 1
..... w ,.lr, m uip h 10
tlM CAB ffir ItWsa d t.
h Omaha tir the !
n 4 1. y,( wah ootnparion;
- nut, Wll,'aal lW,a.
7 131 4 J: li :l 7 75: 0 131 6 50
Hi 7 57 6 34 i 91
7 67 4 31 6 04
3 A 24 E 97
8 7 61 & !'
S 31 7 15 J 13 6 01
8 2,lj 7 37 0 07 S 95
7 9S 7 2J 6 14 04
7 7ll 7 40 8 24 4 04
7 41 8 41 0 01
a 77 u
July 29.1 s SJU.'r au'c
Mi.i 73 0 TO,
.".'f'1?!8! l'posltlon of live stock
at the Union Stook yards. South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at J
P. m. yesterday!
ra . 1 .. ... .
I., M. A St. V, Ry. 1 3 .. ..
Wabash R. R 3 ..
Missouri I'acino Ry. 6
Union l'aclilc R. R, s 27 a
C. N. W east 4
C. & N. AV.. west... 16 28
C., St. I., M. & O.. 7
C, 1J. k Q east.... 7 !
C. It. .t. f t ia n.t tr. A
C.. H. irK ea.t;. 3 "4 3
Illinois Central Ry.. is.. "
Chicago Q. W. Ry.. .. 3 .. ..
Totnl receipts .. 73 109 S 2
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co
Swift & Co..
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour ft uo
Schwarts & Co
J. W. Murphy
uora 1: Co
S. O. P. Co
llenton, Vansant A L...
Hill & Son
F. II. Lewis
J. II. Root & Co
J. H. Ilulla ,
L. F. Husx
McCreary & Kollogg... 132
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co.... 0
Other buyers 244
Totals 1, 432 6,612 6,916
CATTLE There wero only a few cat
tle here today, seventy-two cars all told
being reported In the yards. The week's
reoelpts, however, make a very fair
showing, 1U.W6 heud having been received
during the four day, which Is slightly
larger than for the same days last week,
and a few hundred head smaller than a
The quality of the beef steers on salo
was not very good, there being no really
choice killers In sight. Tho demand was
reasonably good, and tin better grades
commanded steady prlcer.. On the other
hand, common to medium grades wero
slow sellers with feeling easier, the
samo as has been the caso every day this
Cows and heifers were In good demand
and tho market generally steady with
yesterday. Range cows of good quality
sold as high as $4.60 with tho best spayed
range heifers as high as $7.16.
There were very faw stock cattlo or
feeders and the feeling was steady.
Quotations on cattle; Uood to choice
beef steers, $8.2SU8.90; fair to good best
steers, $7.oy-.23; common to fair beef
steors, J7.254i7.tM); good to choice heifers.
I7.00CB.W; good to cholcs cows. $8.0uU7.40;
fair to good grades, $6.2Mf4.tX; common
lo fair grades, $,604f5.25: good to choloa
dockers and foedets, 37.ir97.76j fair to
gooa stocaers ana teciere, o..iif i.za; com
mon to fair stookera and feeders, $8,264)
.w Bloc cows ana neiteri,, W.W04.W;
veal calves, $7.O0Q)1O.OO; bulls, stags, etc.,
.1173 I S4
HTEI5H8 AND IHSIFBHS.
UI S 10 10 IH
410 I 78 10 170 10 00
840 4 04 1 120 10 t4
it 4 04 1 IM 10 u
U4 It 1 110 10 (4
110 7 10 1 110 10 10
110 7 80 1 1M 10 14
ffi IM 1 110 19 19
379 8 71 1 20 10 to
, 804 9 00 1 1T4 10 89
BTOCKKUS AND FEEDERa
John Pfister Wyo.
41 heifers. ..1031 7 16 39 steers. ...IOCS 7 60
Sand Hills Land and Cattle Co. Neb.
42 heifers. ,.1134 7 or 24 heifers... 1004 7 03
7 feeder., szu 7 00 cs. & he. bji nw
777 6 00 9 calves..
218 10 00
J. II. Ilachelor Neb.
3 cows. .
.1033 6 60 IS cows 1033
,. 913 6 00 1 bull 1300
. 100 10 00 E cows 104S
John Pfister Neb.
10 cows 064 7 U 6 steers. ...1110
2 steers.. ..1144 7 60
HOas Receipts wero moderate again
today, about 109 cars, or 7,100 head, being
reported in. This makes the total for
tho week 30.079 head, a shortage of nearly
4,000 head as compared with a week ago,
hut over 4,000 hc4 larger than for the
same period a year ago.
The market opened out very slow this
morning, first bids being made at figures
that were anywhere from weak to 6c
lower. Shippers and speculators bought
'liiite a number of loads of the better
grade of light and butcher stuff at about
Bteady prices. Sellers put up a hard
fight for steady prices on other kinds,
but they were unable to force any change
In tho packers' offers, and the bulk of
the hogs finally mosed at prices that
were n shade to 6c lower than yester
day's average. Most of tho sales landed
at n spread of $$.46478.66 and best lights
reached $3.95, same ns Wednesday's high
price. Trade was very slow throughout
nv niuriiiiii. nun mere were quntj 11 mw
,l(ds still unsold at 10 o'clock. As most
v. iuu (lacKinH oruers nau uern inicu vy
this tlmo prices began to weaken off,
bids finally slipping down until thoy wero
MMOo lower than yesterday's- general mar
ket As there was very little competition
on these last hogs they were finally
forced to sell at these figures, and In
extrome Instances welters quoted their
snles ns a dime lower. At ony rate tho
close was by far tho weakest spot In tho
market, and it was 11 o'olook beforo tho
.nmn wero iiiiniiy cleared.
If". At. Sh. tr. No. At.
10 I i3U
-u ns ... a 0 17 lit
u i;a xa a t2u
71 ill 110 I SH,
20...... .174 10 I UH
M I 40
!....,...! 140 t IS
ua a r.ita.
.110 1P0 I H
241 160 1 11
. Ill IM a 11
40 1 W
,.. 8 6$
... I 11
M- 1 81
. a ia
DO t 44
40 I 41
.... I U
... I s
SO I ts
110 k IA
.174 130 8 18
61,.. ...114 ... 110
l.7 140 I 10
II..,., ..ill 14 I 10
13 5Vt IM to
81.'. 141 ... (00
7s!!!. .'!.i in 1 is
10 I 84
I 211 19 1 60
f- 814 .,. (11
01 142 240 I IS
6 K0 40 8 14
41 1(1 40 8 67j
87 110 120 8 69
11 507 40 I 9
44 ZZ1 ,., 110
71 201 ... I 16
M 20 110 I IS
so 111 10 1 tr,
it 100 ... 1 is
..v. Ml 209 I'lO
UI 110 1 M
8(1 1(4 1 10
Ill 10 I 19
JlO 10 I 10
364 124 8 60
159 89 1 19
. ...344 .. DM
171 40 8 89
20 tO I 1 to
114 110 I 10
.....211 HO 1 10
211 ... 119
144 1(9 SCO
144 40 I 19
1(1 ... 8 to
178 19 1 lo
HI 1(0 8 10
til iro a 19
871 1:0 1 iiy,
Ill ... a liu
41 171 44 I 70
.818 110 I 70
..111 114 I 70
..114 1(0 I 70
,.m 10 1 71
l Ill 119 I (11
10 a IS
H?f trinCn- . 1,11,1
a ... 1, . muiiiH tuicey anil
Inmbs were on sale It wus practically a
-w.tujr mm mi. Aim laci o mo matter
Was truit nffwrlntaa .nltnMa , u -
"...r... -u,uuiu aWI aila, WUAIV-
f-,l Wl.r. tfr, an,t.j.a. link. .......... - I .
. ... a...,,;. ,ie.(tv BUyiy KI1U l
wbb almost tho unanimous opinion of
uuni uujein una sewers that ic a normal
supply had shown up prices would have.
nan n Inw., lanil.Hn., Ammm.w,ihm .
advices from other points conditions in
lira Huucrui in.ua at mose places wero
equally bearish If not moro so and sales
men hold out no encouragement for any
iiii,u,ciiisii.. inuuierenco on me part or
hUVen llflM tuna n- nndaaahu .. ...
fn, Hi market as yestorday, resulting In
a lato clearance As to quality both fat
lambs nnd sheep wero about on a par
with yesterday's receipts, which wero
only fair and not as good a on Tuesday
' una..-, atiuai. 01 uws ousiness in
lftmnn wia nt-iMinrt en OjV5r? ,rt u - .
. "a, awa...aa .11 0 UVattU'
f gure being the top, as airalnst $7.2! on
V fn tl P HIl II V. fafarwl rt 1. 1 1 1 1
lambs ivre quotable at a range of $7.1p
7.4K. Vnt Vn allaai-a aanaa n a. ., a.M.a..u
wero In very light supply and few, if
any, sates of consequence wero made In
While killers were In light supply tho
feeder trade was better supplied than on
nnv nnvlf,tB r4a. ,.e t u . u.n
over half of tho total receipts wero fecd-
mrm, most ui wuicn wero lamus. The m-
UUlrV WBI nlinllt ( V. a. .nma nm
anil the day before, being very good for
jino Mine ui ina year. AS tno supply,
however, was in excess ot the demand
til trfljlat Wna a.nm UU 1 1 ml..,. nM,l aa.a.11.
some offerings wore steady the bulk of
the stuff changed hnnds at figures that
looked weak compared with the last two
xop tor leeuing lamos was $6.00.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lamba.
good to eholco, $7.16df7.45i lambs, fair to
pod, $8,669X7.16; lambs, culls, $5.OOHj,0O:
lambs, feeders, $.16i66, yearlings, good
6.85: wethers, good to choice, $1.76r3.132
a., au.. IU HUUU, l,aWJt, ,Q I WeinOrS.
f tf&'ir W-M-i ewes, good to choice,
H.1KH.J6) ewes, fair to goofi. $10O4.1i
wes, feeders, $2.7603.26; cull heep$i0
176 native lambs 75
17 tintlVA AWflH ,au
117 Idaho lambs 63
268 Iflnhn lnmha . .
; : ; , ,- "-".--.-a........ ,,,,,,,, m
J40 Idaho owes 07
21 oull ewes so
11 native yearlings 64
1 cull yearling ;, 60
47 Idaho feeder lambs 63
CHICAGO HVIfl STOCK MARKET
Cattle Htenily to Hhndo Lower
I loirs Wt-nk.
sSlnh-a.?' Ju,yi 'LCA-TTLE Receipts
3,000 headi market steady to a nhado
iW5f4anb.COVM.' -W-"i Texas te?S?
W.I&&7.80! western steors, $6.40317.80": stock.
noOB-Ilecelpts. 14.000 head: markel
weak and 6310c lowor; bulk ot ealos 31 63
P'05' tohiu-e-f. mixed. $8.K23T
$6e0Oii&.80. 'm 1 : rUKh' K-Sm'iV, ptS
SI1KKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18.0W
i1.e?.'3m-nrket weak to lower; natives,
y-'fi wem, $4.10tHi.aOi yearllnirs,
CTM.tvb amba- ,M07-a;
Kansas City Live Stock Mnrket. '
xvyvnoAD vixx. MO., JUiy SI.ATTLH
Receipts, 8.000, head; market steady to
Til, lrau.aap. nii,l,-Ha. ... ... ,
steers, $8.D0B8.90: dressed beet steers. $7.26
weaitern. steers. $6.60fl.ia southern
ir J?:0. 00 w"' fml heifers.
3i004iS,SO; stookers and feeders, $iCO0
T'?iVxul1,'. U-fWWi calves. 30.(l76r
HOas-lUceipts. 6,300 head; market
steady to 100 lower: bulk, $3.7OIf&90:
heavy, J8.6SH.sri; packers and butchers.
JTOnWit, 8.(4P.C; pigs. $7.ffi
'SHEEP AND IAMnS-lXecelpts. 2,500
had; market steady; lambs, $5.257.10:
yearlings. $4.ta6.60j wethers, $.l.73l
owes, $3.604M.60. u '
St. Louis Live Ptockc Market.
8T. LOUIS. July 31. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4,200 head; market strong; good
to choice steers. V.Xm.Ou: Blockers and
i?e';J?r.' $K 25i'7.50: cows and heifers, $4.75
8.40; bulls, $8.004X7.00; calves, $S.0Ofi.lo.0O:
southern steers, $42&37.70; cows anf holf.
HOas-Heceipts, S.100 head; market
lower; p gs and light, $184.108.40.206: mixed
nnd butchers. $9.10419.35; good hoa, $9.10
SHUEP-Ilecelpts, 4,W head; market
steady; lambs, 15c lower: muttons, 83.3V3I
6,'83! yearlln,f8' 5.00.OO; lambs, $5.60
flt. Jnsriih Live Slack Market,
ST. JOSEPH, July 31.-CATTLE-Ro
l5o rlim nea(l! "market slow: steers.
M.8i!.r.7"S.and helftr"' iiajti
SHEEP AND LAMDIteceTpti; iOOO
market steady; lambs, $5.(07.25.
ISvnnnrnleil Apples nnd Dried Frnlta
Ple;BnuleIORK' JU,y Evaporated ap-
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes. firm: apri
cots, Bteady; peaches, firm; ralsliuV; quiet.
I'rr Gooils Itrvtetw.
NEW YOIUC. July 31.otton roods
markou are steady. Job lots of dsi
goods are being picked up by retailer?
Yarns are steady with n, firmer tendency
"Hot on Experiment."
JHi,' Mrt X.ttr.
Attachmeot -with Corn Harreater
cutt and throwa la piles on har.
a ava w wiuivw JUta 4QQ
nor cute ana anacaa aquai wna a eora binder.
Bold In arer atata. Price 820. 00. W II. BUX
TON", ot Johnattrwn, Ohio, wrIUa "foe Ilarrcatar
haa proTeo all jou claim lor It, tba hi-eeter aaed
ma OTtr 114 la labor laat yeara corn cuttlax.
cut onr 800 atiocki; will make 4 buabals corn ta
a abock." Teatlmonlala and catalog traa. anowloa-
llVu?co0. S2' xt&WZL NEW Fmc
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