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    rHi!) JiWE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913.
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REAL ESTATE.
CITY l'llOl'liltT rUU SAIilS
Dundee
For tho man who wants ft better howo
than Is usually built to sell. Eight rooms,
thoroughly modern. LnrRO living room,
with fireplace and bullt-ln bookcase. Fine
dining room, with bullt-ln buffet. Four
fine, bedrooms and bath on second floor,
finished attic, with water, etc. Plastered
basements, Iron beams, etc. House is
now beinK decorated. 019 Chicago St.
Field Club
A fine S-room, thoroughly modern home
on 25th St., near Foppleton Ave. lArge
living room, with fireplace, etc Has fine
sleeping porch.. Cement front porch. Lot
W ft. front Owner must sell.
E. W. Stoltenberg
$2,250
2 Lots
Dundee
At tho southwest cornor of 61st and
Burt Sis... We havo a beautiful big cor
ner, lOOxliS feet. A splendid location for
n high class residence. Proper building
restrictions .surrounding theso lots have
made this one of the best restdenco dis
tricts around Omaha. Both streets are
paved and splendid hemes are being built
all around. It Is close to the new boule
vard, Happy Hollow club and car line.
This Is the cheapest corner In Dundee,
Bee It today.
Qlmrles VV. Martin & Co.,
21C Omaha Nat Bank Bide. Tyler 187.
OAK CHATHAM
Brand new 6-room house, cast front.
H block to car, 8 blocks to school;, all
modern, large cement basement, gas In
cellar; parlor and Jlarge living room fin
ished In oak; the two bedrooms and bath
nro connected by a separata hall. This
Is a genuine bargain at II, 560; 1-1 cash,
balance like rent
BEMIS-CARLBERG CO.
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
' ' Nenr Kounlzo Park
Beautiful 7-room house; strictly modern;
i oak finish. Large lot; on paved street
A snap at $4,150. Easy terms.
,W. S. Frank,
201 Novlllo Blk.
WEST FAIINAM HOME.
Owing to business Interests necessitat
ing absence from city, will offer for 84.1 o
new, and thoroughly modern ten-room
, residence on est Farnam halL D 147,
Omaha Bee.
: ,6-ROOM, strictly modern, up-to-date
1 bungalow, bargain for cash or will make
term"! elegant location. Tel. Webster 6ub9.
A SNAP IN KOUNTZE PLACE.
We' can sell you a new 10-room, ele
gantly finished house, on a lot 71x124, on
the .finest street in Kountze Place at a
remarkably low price and take In a small
cottage or a vacant lot In part payment
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas 1718. Ware Block.
COUNTRY HOME IN CITY.
Tou havo been looking for thin chance:
A good 6-room houso and one solid acre
of land, fronting on 3 streets, nearly all
In fruit, 6 years old; only 'One block from
school and six blocks from the car on
the corner of 36th and Nebraska Ave. It
Is a dandy nlco homo and a sure money
maker. Price, $2,900, und on easy terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Douglas" 1781. Ware Block.
i MUST SELL
Four' 6-room cottages, s. c. corner 20th
and Burdette. Look them over and make
of for-'
7-room house 2911 Seward Bt. at sacrl
WESTERN REALTY CO. Tel. D. 8007.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Efforts of Shorts in Corn Being More
Clearly Revealed.
SENTIMENT IS QUITE BULLISH
As Loiir ns Present Holders Refuse
to Sell It AVIU He Impossible to
SInke a Decline In Price
Pcrninnefit,
OMAHA, Sept. 9, IMS.
The action In yesterday's corn market
onco more proved how much more potent
aro the real conditions surrounding the
growing crop than are tho efforts made
by short sellers to offset the same. At
tention has been repeatedly called during
the past month to tho fact that no com
parison Is possible between conditions
now existing and thoso which existed In
1901, which comparison has been so fre
quently made. Sohie of the best author
ities say that It must be borne In mind
that with the Increased uses of corn
which havo sprung Up In the meantime
and the enormous Increase in population
as compared with that period, a crop
such as Is now promised would easily
obtain a level of prices higher than here
tofore thought possible.
Sentiment in corn continues bullish,
and the general Impression Is that so
long as the largest holders who have
taken the surplns off tho market do no ,
telling It will be difficult to maintain!
any serious decline. Preferred months
are showing the most strength. It looked
yesterday ob If some of the elevator peo
PA? .Yefe ProparlnK to Stake cash corn to
fill their September sales, and some hedg
ing in September against cash corn was
n!H'e5'!.', Cash corn was K4o lowor.
Wheat displayed a nervous tendoncv at
I,, Li?penlnK J'wterday. with prices prac
tically lower than Saturday's close, but
r,..ii10 ?cn there was considerable
oujlng by both professional and out-
tl. !.w.hlc.h cabled Pr'ces up lo after
the publication of the visible supply fig-
higher wheat WRS unchanged to He
r,S0i!.. moVed within a comparatively
VhIrowJ"anBe. nnd Prlc "d not show
min5.e i MX8.. Btrensth na other
R?,.Jl..ow,n cn'efly to the continued
unchanged to Mo lower.
Clearance,? Wha.t ...
WMuVT"' bushel- nd
LiT5r?L olosed. wl,h whpat unchanged
t0p2i hj5nerLBn(1 corn 'Wd higher.
Irlmary wheat receipts wero 1,916,000
DU. and shlDmnfM nf 1 irwrwi i.,,
1 SS v0f V942-000 bu- shipments of
1,115,000 bu. last year.
rnmary corn receipts were 1,100,000 bu.
and shipments of 6S7.000 bu. against re-Sf-SJj
w0' ,B1. bu. and shipments of
60,000 bu. last year.
r-rimary oats receipts were 1.O46.00O bu,
and shipments of CS6.000 bu. against re
ceipts Of 1. 486.00O bU. unit uhlnmontn nf
816,000 bu. last year.
CAKLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
202 661 230
Si aw llU.MiAL.OW of 5 largo rooms,
oak finish throughout; gas and electric
fixtures; polished floor; large garage;
11x16" cement lloor and electric lighted;
full cellar and good make furnace) wad
Hffhlv decorated: .-Mil N. 21st: east front.
south of Ames one- block; for terms sea
.me, Thos. w. xiozen, .vi jucv-auue uiub.
Douglas 1300.
2725 CHARLES ST.
' 6-rborft house. 11,800, 1200 cash. Here
Is a chance to seoure a good home at
very easy terms.
. , McCAGUE 1NV. CO.,
1606 Dodge St
Beautiful Hanscom
Park Bungalow
Consisting of the following arrange
ment of rooms: Good slxcd den or recep
tion" -room, fine large living room and
ainlng room, all having oak finish, with
1.0am rnlllnzs: very conveniently ar
ranged kitchun, two fine bedrooms and
Dam room -an bjx. ruuma uu wio uo
floor;- Dining room has panelled walls
an nln.tR rail, also window seat. South
bedroom has six large windows, making
It especially attractive both summer and
Winter, tine targe aiuc, mnjr nuurcu,
unlnir norch In front nart. Snlendld
cemented basement with coal bins, fruit
compartment, laundry facilities, and &
.first class guaranteed furnace. The lot
Is good sized, and has e, fine shade tree
lust back of the kitchen.. Nice front and
iback.yard; paved street, paving and other
specials paid.. Location is splendid being
only jiW.O uioc& nui kil ui mauauum ram
ana one -short block from east side car
and two blocks-from west side oar. Price
$1,600. reasonable terms. We would like
the opportunity of showing this to any
one desiring a first class, well Dullt and
brand, new awaiting.
SCOTT & IULL,
Douglas 1009. 307 McCague Bldg,
Chicago ..1...
Minneapolis .
uuiutn
Omaha
Kansas City
St Louis ....
Winnipeg
..481
..726
.. 44
.. 37
.. S2
..490
62
63
II1ICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
features of the Tradlntr unit Closlng
Prices on Itnnrit of Trade.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. Improved prospects
ior fall plowing had a weakening effect
today on the price of wheat. The gov
ernment report turned out even more
bearish than expected regarding wheat,
with corn lust as bullish as looked for
find oats about as predicted. Net changes
In the market were; Wheat Vaffllo de
c2;.rn Mo 1088 t0 rMK (tain; oats,
off 1-163 14c; provisions less expensive by
a shade to 10c
Wheat speculators took due notice that
the rains in tho winter crop region had
Improved opportunities for plowing. An
other element against the buying side
was the general opinion prevalent that
the Washington estimate, due at tho
close, would prove much larger than the
total figured out a month ago.
It developed that sonv direct export
business In wheat had been done from
Chicago. Thore was an offset, though,
In the resumption of threshing In the
northwest As a consequence the market
showed but little power to rally and the
feeling at the close was easy.
Some of the leaders In corn declared
that Important liquidation of September
holdings had been going on quietly and
that the market In a way was being
bolstered to Prevent any sharn break.
There was no doubt that September gave
evidence of greater weakness than other
months, when In the early part of the
session me mantei was ueprcssea oy ine
breaking of the drouth In the southwest.
Covering by shorts late In tho day to be
prepared for tho government report was
tne cause or a substantial upturn.
Dealers In oats marked time awaiting
the government report. Price changes
were narrow throughout
Anxiety of holders to realise profits
more than wiped out an early advance In
provisions. Tne strength at me outset
resulted from an advance In tho hog
market.
Quotations ranged as follows:
Article.) Open.l Hlgh.j Low Close. Yes'y.
Wheat
Sept. W 8JH S7H 87H SH
Dec.. 91HG-H 9114 91Ui 91 1&
May. MH 96H96Httt4 96)4 96H
Corn. 1
Sopt. 76S77 77 76TMJT6 76H 76H
Dec. 76VV8 740W 73W 7ST4 73K1
May. 74Ti76 76HWH ?H 76M iWH
Oats.
Sept. 43V1 43' I 42 42Tl3 4KTH
Doc. 45HWU 45KCU ib 45HWH 45?45
May. 45H$Bi ?i 4SUg4 4SH4i 48ft
Pork.
Jan.. 20 4JH 20 43H 20 22H 20 35 20 87M
May. 20 (5 20 U 20 3S-3S 20 42H 0 -
Lard.
an.. 11 20 11 20 11 07-10 11 12-15 11 17H
May. 11 35 11 35 11 22H 11 30 11 SIM
Ribs.
Jan.. 10 72H W 72tt 10 60 10 65-67 10 70-72
May. 10S7H 10 nm 10 75 10 SO 10 SS
The following cash sales wore reDorted
Wheat: No. 2 hard winter. 2 cars. 83Hc;
2 cars, 83c No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, 83c;
1 car, 82HOI 8 cars, 8214c No. 4 hard
winter, 1 car, 80V4c; 1 car, 80c No. i
spring, 1 car, 83Hc; 1 car, 83c No. 3
spring, 1 car, 82V4c; 1 car, 82Wc No. 3
mixed, 3 cars, 82i4c. No grade, 1 car
(spring), 76Hc Rejected, 1 cary 73Hc Rye:
..v. w, vw., v7(. um 11; , Atv A -u ,
70c Corn: No. 3 white, 2 cars, 73c No.
2 yellow. 6 cars, 73c. No. 3 yellow, 10
cars, 73c No. 4 yellow, 2 cars. 72V4o; 1
car, 71Kc. No 2 mixed, 2 cars, T2ic No.
3 mixed, 5 cars, 72Ho. No. 4 mixed, 1 car,
72Vic No grade, 1 car (oats, mixed), 72l4o;
1 car (oats, mixed), 71'ic. Oats: Stand
ard, 2 carr, 4114c No. 3 white, 10 cars,
tie. No. 4 white, 1 car, 40-Jic: 3 cars, 40Vic
umana t,-asn 1'rlces Wheat: wo. 2
hard, W84',ic; No. 3 hard. 82Q84c; No. 4
hard, 8082Hc; No. 3 spring. E283o; No.
4 spring, 81682c; No. 2 durum, 82H83Hc:
No. 3 durum, 8U4g82tto. Corn: No. VJ
white, 73C73V4C; No. 3 white, 73c; No. 4
white, .72,T2Kc; No. 3 yellow. 73c; No. 3
yeUow, 73c; No. 4 yellow, 72(&72V4c; No. 2,
71o; No. 3. 72c; No. 4, 71?iff72Vic: no,
grade, 6972Uc Oats: No. 2 white. 41H9
41c; standard. 41ijc; No. 3 white. 41c No.
4 white, 40H40c. Harley: Malting, 64
67c: No. 1 feed. 5055c Rye: No. 2, 67W
67c; No. 3, 67667540.
REAL ESTATE.
PARIC A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
Nebraska.
FOR SALB-1,600 acres choice valley
land; west .of Dalton, Choyenno county,
Nebraska. Will make fine stock farm.
Only 116 an aore. Unlimited supply water.
Owner, P. O. Box 2i7. Omaha-
Texas,
A CIIANCB to buy farm land direct
from tho owner, 6,000 acres ranch and
farm, situated eight miles from the
gulf and seven miles from the railroad.
Sixty mllea N.-B. of Brownsville. Plenty
of rainfall for growing crops, good ar
tesian flowing, well water. Good climate
winter and summer. A fine tract to
colonise. Will sell In a body or in 1,000
acre blocks. If Interested write inilck
for terms to Rox 119. Raymondvllle. Tex
I HAVE nothing to trade, but -have a
16.382-acre tract which must go In a body
at $18.00 an acre.
Also, St. Joseph's Island, near Rock
port, Tex., 32,000 acres, which must be
sold In a body at f 10 an acre; only twenty
days to sell It In at that price. W. H.
Graham. Cuero, Tex.
Miscellaneous.
740 ACRES. JS0.O0O.
6Vi miles from county seat of 3.600 Deo-
Pie. Railroad connections. arnditnilM
seminaries and first-class schools. Rail
road loading Htatlon one mile from farm.
Several flno springs, two deep wells, two
sets of Improvements, good bouses, barns
and outbuildings; 230 acres of bottom land
In cultivation. Fine alluvial soil equal
to tho bottom lands of Kansas, Nebraska,
7 EOOM BAEGATN
Tw'o-story square house, with 4 rooms
downstairs; 3 bedrooms and bathroom (no SifT.MuH
fixture.) upstairs; gas. w.ell and cistern. I oVottm tm lirrintfmber0 Thl,"
east front 60-ft. lot, with fine shade and I axeailent firmlS i? T .7 i!
fruit trees: 2 blocks to 24th St. ear. ..exc,Uen.t "rm fig land. Tile, rest is
PrlcerS2,&00; 3200 cash, balance easy terms.
BEALIS-CARLBERG CO.
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
INVESTMENT. I4.8O0.
Completely furnished 3-apartment house,
always rented for $57.50 per month. Only
block from Harney car. A very un
usual opportunity and worth Investigat
ing. 1
PAVNE INVESTMENT COItfPANY,
Ware Block. u. iVe'i.
TO settle an estate, double flat and ZH
story houso. 821-23-25 S. 20th St; first
class condition: reasonable. Inqn H. Stii.
SNAP Five-room house, strictly mod
ern except heat: lot 41x130 feet. Tele
phone Webster 1S60.
FULL lot, nine-room nouse, near high
school. $6,000. Q. P. Stebblns. 1B10 Cbl-ct'go-
St
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIRST nKH
JOHN W. ROBB1NS. U02 FARNAM T.
SWINOLEY & GIPE.
REAL ESTATE.
Have moved from 236 Bee Bldg. to fifth
floor, room 540.
Key to tho Situation Bee Advertising.
HEAL ESTATE.
FARM A liAJVCH LANDS VOR SAX.H
Canada.
FARMERS, why sUrve another yearT
Come to the best mixed farming district
In Alberta. ICO acres four miles from
depot and twenty miles from Edmonton.
Water and timber on place. Sixty acres
ready for plow. Neighbors: American
and German-American. $20 per acre.
$1,200 cash, balance one and two years,
r. 8. llsley, owner, 3S3 Alberta Ave.,
Edmonton. Alta.
Blonlanu.
MONTANA IRRIGATED LANDS. Use
your Carey right and secure a ISO-acre
farm In famous Valler country, whers
wheat yields 50, oats 100, barley 65, flax
to bushels per acre; no drouth, sure
crops; lauds produce splendid alfaifa and
timothy; diversified tanning Is carried
on under Ideal conditions. Write today
for booklet Valler Farm Sales Com
pany, Box 1033, Valler, Montana
rolling and well timbered. All land not
In cultivation Is In pasture. This prop
erty Is now used by owners as stock
farm. Reasons for sellng. good. No
trades considered. Reasonable terms
made to cash buver. If Interested, wrltn
J. D. Wators ft Company, Bonner Springs,
JO.an,
REAL KBTATE IOANS
MONEY to loan on Omaha homes. No
oeiay. j. tu oilmen uo., inc., xii ot
.-.auunm ximiK 111m. Douglas lilt.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 UMAHA NATIONAL. Uoaglas X71&
LOANS Of tl.UiO and un desired nn Im.
proved real estate. Large loans a specialty,
228 State Bank Bldg.
LARGE loans our sieclaity. fltuU Bros.
WANTED City loans ahd warrants.
w. naxnam crniin ae uo 1320 ramam M.
JJ CITY LOANS, Btmls-Carlberg Cc,
siu-n uranueis 1 neater uiqg.
HARRISON At MORTON. 916 Oni. Nat.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
weaa. weaa uiag.. utn and tfartuua.
QABVIN BROS.aandg:
WANTED City loans. Petsra Trust Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
I HAVE a customer for a large ranch
in northwestern Nebraska; will consider
6,000 acres or more. 1 want information
from the owner. Agents need not reply.
Address E lw, care uee
WE have a customer for a large ranch
will consider 1,000 to 1,600 acres of good
f.rmtne land In one body In northern
Nebiaska.- something that might later on
be divided into smaller rarms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omtha.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
menta receive prompt and careful attao
tlon.
Live Stock Conimlaston MercJuiat,
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bid
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Strong: to Ten to Fifteen Cents
Higher.
H0QS MOSTLY FIFTEEN HIGHETt
Receipts of Sheep and Lambs Very
Lnrcrv for Ttvp Darn In Hncces-
lon Prices Are Ten to
Twenty Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 9. 1913.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoks. Sheep.
Official Monday 11.673 2,187 6S.M1
Estimate Tuesday 5,800 4.SO0 46,000
Two davs ihli tUT 104 X51
Same days last week.. 16,647 11.336 M.774
came 1 weeKs ago 15,136 s.Wi
Same I weeks ago., ,...12,043 9,576 ii.fM
Same 4 weks ago 10,128 16,266 SS.1M
Samo days last year,.17.1S0 8.4SS 50.S07
The following table inowa the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for tho year to
date as compared with last Jar: .
Hit fall I 111-
Cattlo C91.149 5S9.212 1.937 t
Hos 1.920.S14 2,267,924 347,112
Sheep 1,006,976 1,414.953 162,023
The following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs at South Omaha for the
last few days, with comparisons:
Date. 1 1913. i9.imi.liu.liw.iws.itw..
Aug. 81
sept 1.
Htpt 2.
Sept. 3.
Sept 4.
tiept &
Sept 6.
Sept 7.
ant. s.
Sept. 9.
8l7(U8H4 7T7tti5
782 707ft7 7 83 45
7 6, Hi 8 31 712 885 7v (43
7 60ft 8 2 S93787663
7 64W 8 24 7 47 T 85 $ 57
7 3 SZM 7 0S 9 02 6 41
7 803276 92 1)07787
8 35 6 S4 9 Obi 7 !M 6 61
7 87U 6 93 8 911 7 92 6 4
8 09V4 8 89 6 97 9 02 7 831 6 63
4 71
6C7
6 66
5 (1
8 75
6 $1
6 2
Chlctgo Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red,
M',494&c: no. 3 red, 92r93c: No. 2 hard.
89H&0c; No. 8 lmrd, 8SOh9ic; No. 2 north
em, 91HDJc; No. 3 northern, 89ifnio No.
2 spring, 90391 c; No. 3 spring, 894fO0o; vel-.
vet chaff. 8Sifi9iye; durum, 690e. Corn
No. 2, 76ri8c: No. 2 white, 77m8c; No.
2 yellow. 77ia7fo; No.. 3, 76WQ78o: No. 3
white, 76W78o; No. 3 yellow. 70?i7Sc
Oats: No. 2, 42H43c; No. 2 white, HW9
cl No. 3, 42Hc: No. 3 white, 43Uc;
standard, 44ff44ttc. Rye: No. 2, 6SHC9c
Barley: 00381c. Seeds: Timothy, ll.SOff
6.35; clover, $9.00Q'11.2i. Provisions: Pork.
$23.00; lard.( $U.35011.37Vi; ribs, $10.75tf
11 ID.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 24H03Oc
EGGS Receipts, 9,644 cases; unchanged.
POULTRY Alive, lower: snrimts. I6e-
fowls; 13c
POTATOES Lower: reeelDtn. in pum:
Minnesota and Ohio. 67T63a: Jersev. 93!i ,
V5c; Wisconsin, 67QOc.
Kerr York General Murket.
NEW YORK. Sent 9.-ST7aAR-RrLW.
steady; muscovado, 3.26c; centrifugal,
bc; moiasses, 3.U10; renned, steady.
BUTTER Firm: recelDts, 11.102 tuhi-.
creamery oxtras, 31(?31Hc; firsts, 28i330c;
state dairy, finest, 29Q30o: good to prime.
iaii process, iirsis, zainoo; imitation
creamery, firsts. 264f25Wc: factory. Junn
make, firsts, 24244c: , factory, currW
make, firsts, 2to; packing stock, Juno
CHEESE Firm: recelDts. 3.997 boxes:
slate whole milk fresh colored specials,
lSmee; white, 1516c; whlto and col
ore", average fancy, istfc; skims, 12H
llHC
eggs Firm; receipts, 16,318 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 29Slc; Extra
firsts. ZlttK&c: firsts. 2Mt26a! Pennsvl.
vanla and nearby hennery, white, 354fc;
muwrai wnues, zdijio; western gamerea
wnucs, xoisa
TOULTHY- Dressed. Irreiriilnr! frwiih
killed western chickens. lS-fr24n- fnwln.
14Vil9c; turlceys, 18020c
Ksnmi City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Sept 9. WHEAT No,
2 hard, 86S9c; No. 3, 8588c; No, 2 red.
93e: No. 3. 90c
CORN-No. 3 White- 76Wa77o: No. 2.
76Hc
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT December, 8Sc; May. 93c
CORN Seotember. 76'!4(aT7e; nn-imW.
74HC; May, 77Hc
uais-ko. z white, 43fto; No. 2 mixed.
42Hc
BUTTER Creamery; 30o: firsts, ffln;
seconds. 27c; packing, 2c
liuuB firsts, 22c; seconds. 15c
POULTRY liens. 12c: roosters. 9"
ducks, 100; springs, 15c
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sent. 9. WHtCATVn
1 hard, 90Hs; No. 1 northern, 88H9Ho:
No. 2 northern, 86W3S7ttc; No. 2 hard
jnuniana, sine; sso. 3, 84'86Ho; Septem
ber. 85c: December. MUfflsaWi-- mv
94Vic ' ' "
FLOUR Unchanged.
BRAN Unchanged.
BARLEY Unchanged.
CORN No. 8 yellow. 773Mc
OATS-No. 3 white, 40KS41KC
RYE No. 2, 6163(ic
SEED Flax, $L4&jyi.6L
St. Louis General Market.
BT. LOUIS. Sent. 9. WHEAT Nn -
reu, nov!c; o. z nara. ijy3o; Septem
ber, S9c; May. 97 c. v
CORN-No. 2. 76aP76o; No. 2 white, 77
78e: September. 76o: Ma v. T7UOTWn
f A mn sit ti jnf s- it k .T. TT. .
September. 43(icj May, 48HC
Chancres In Available Sapulr.
NEW YORK. Sent Sf. Bradstmcfa o,i-
vlces show the following changes In avail
able supplies: Wheat United States, east
01 ivocuies, increased 4-u.wq bushels;
United States, west of Rockies. lnrrnA,i
354.000 bushels; Canada, Increased 117,000
bushels; afloat for and In Europe, in
creased 2,600,000 bushels. Corn, Canada, Jn-
vieuiou, iu,w) ousneis. uats, increased.
8.334,000 bushels. Tho leading Increases:
Manitoba, 296,000 bushels; Lincoln and
vicinity, 60,000 bushels; Minneapolis pit-
w ciovmorB, w,vw Dusneis. uecreoses;
iiowjiori .nows, idd.ujv ousneis; Louis-
vine, ii.wi uusneis.
Coffee Karu.it.
NEW YORK. SeDt. 9. CDPITre-ti,.
market was more active today with the
trend downward. The ODenlne was v
at a decline of 15817 points. Coveting
vnemm 1110 uticuiicB auQ tne Close was
steady at net decline of 64710 points. Sep.
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union stock Yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-tour hours ending at 3 o'clook
p. m. September , 1913:
RECEI ITS CARS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
c, m. & st i'. uy. -t
Wabash It It 1
Missouri Pacific Ry. ..
Union Pacltto It It 74
C. & N. W., east... 1
C. & N. W., west.. 44
C, St. P., M, &. O... 2
C B. & Q., east... 4
C B. & u.. west. .115
C, It I. & P., east. 4 10 ..' 2
C, R. 1. &. P., west 1
Illinois Central Ry. ..
Total 249 81 165 13
DISPOSITION HEAD.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
4
21 SU
4 .
27 47
6
11 23
10
2 !!
84 165
Morris & Co
Swift ft Co
Cudahy Packing oC
Armour & Co
Schwartx & Co......
J. W. Murphy
Morrell
Uolaen & W
L. P. Co 23
S. O. P. Co '. 2
W. B. Vanstint Co 52
Benton, Vansant & L. 625
Hill & son
F. B. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. II. Root ft Co
J. II. Bulla
L F. Hues :.
RosenBtock Bros
MoCreary ft Kellogg
Wertheimer ft Degan
11 I.' Hnmllloil. ......
Sullivan Bros 38
Untlmchlld 361
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co... 128
Cllno & Christie
Hlggins
Roth
Huffman
Meyers
Baker. Jones & &
Tanner Bros
John Harney
Iowa Cattle co.
Other buyers ..
8.74c; January. 8.81c; March, 9.00o; May.
9.14o; July, 9.28c Spot easy; Rio No. 7, M
9Hc: Santos. No. 4. HUQllUc M1M mil..-
339
820
047
616
47
476
403
171
190
J36
4
310
351
301
41
12
... 3
... 8
... 19
... 17
... 67
... 65
... 353
... 224
... 728
1,431
1
1.573
l,3b
328
141
3.1t9
3,716
4,433
,AU
15 cows. ....1063 6W Trows....
N, J. 1 ttimiihri'
31 feeders.. 1093 6 76
... . 8- Hodgett
11 steers.... mi 6 SO
Mrs. Oraui HivUr
111 steers... .1196 6 80
II. Z. fJrncff.
1( feedors.,8 86 6 66
.. . .F. M. Gragg.
11 heifers... 940 6 70
Wallop lUlantt.
ii neucrs... ecu 6 to
SOUTH
33 cows.. ...10 6 90
982 5X
DAKOTA.
10 heifers... 1060 6 30
IS feeders.. 867 6 40
7 feeders.. 534
46 steers.... 1187
6 30
7 63
3$ steers.., .1173 6 65
Young.
30 steers....m 7 36
cows.,... 845 4 fO
11 feeders.. 894 6 10
11 steers... .1273 7 06
COLORADO,
M. Blevlne.
32 feeders.. 11M 7 25 45 feeders.,1129
ss steers.,, ,ii4Q 6
41 steers... .1179 6 C&
c. J.
61 feeders.. 858 6 60
WYOMING.
T. R. A C. R. Wllltnm
11 fowlers. .1018 8M) 12 feeders.. 1100 6 80
25 feeders,. 892 7 30
IIOUB nogs flew hlsh this mornlnr. the
upward-movement In prices that set In on
Thursday of Inst week being still very
much In evldenco today. Tho market
opened around a dlmo higher and was
Very active at tho advance, becomlnir 10
ri5o higher and lit some cases Individual
loads posHlbly sold JOo higher. Tho gen
ornl market was right nt 15o hlghor than
i csvcraay s average market ariy re
ceipts were disposed of vory quickly,
and later arrivals sold about as soon as
they wero yarded. It was In fact the
most active and most satisfactory mar
ket experienced In a number of days.
Iho hogs sold largely nt $7.&J8.i with
$8.00 a popular price. As high as $8.65 was
paid for tho best hogs here.
Tudnv'a uiW.iip. ...... I . I. - w -.
a. point that Is around 20o higher than
mo ciose ot last week; in fact, In some
cases possibly as much as 35o higher. As
compared with last Wednesday, which
was tho low dav of last week, tho mar
ket Is now 40o higher.
Ihe quality of the hogs coming la poor
on an average, there being only a com
paratively few scattering Toads that are
No. A. Ph. Pr.
5 2M tog I 05
S m IK IN
Tl 151 SO I 06
so I to I OS
74 tst 1(0 I 03
l M ti iDH
121 Wyo. cull feeder lambs.... 49
117 Wyo. cull feeder lambs.... 60
117 Wyo, cull feeder lambs..,, Bl
2 Wyo. cull fewlor lambs.,.. 64
1$7 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 77
212 Wyoming feeder yearlings. 77
ICS Idaho ewes W
10) Wyoming owes 124
17S Wyoming owes 126
60 Wyoming feeder ewes 10i)
170 Wyoming feeder ewes...... ns
177 Wyoming feeder owes M
73 Wyoming lambs 79
206 Wyoming lambs 78
17S Wyoming lambs 78
500 Colorado ewes t02
88 Utah ewes 116
147 Colorado feeder ewes. 101
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Cordova. 12J4ei6c
Oils and Rosin.
8AVANNAH. Ga.. Sent. A.Tt in PON
TINE Firm at 38Ho; sales, 725 bbl.; re
celpts, 807 bbls.; shipments, SI 4 bbls.:
stocks, 30,759 bbls.
ROSIN Firm: sales, 3.038 bbls.; re
ceipts. 2.654 bbls.; shipments, 1.018 bbls.;
stocks, 170,420 bbls. Quotations: A. B, C.
D and E. $1.80; F, O and II, $3.8000.85; 1,
$3.90; K. $4.1094.15; M, $4.4O4.50; N, $5.1(5
65.25; WG, $6.0O3.15; WW, $9.15.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. O.-WHEAT-Spot,
easy; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 8d; No. 2 Man
itoba. 7s 6d; No. 3 Manitoba. 7s 3d. Fu
tures, easier; October, 7s 2?4d; December,
7s2tkd; March, not quoted.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
new kiln dried, 8s9d; American mixed,
old, 7s; American mixed, old, via Galves
ton, 6s lid. Futures, firm: October La
Plato. 5s 3d; December La Plata. It 6Hd.
SCHOOL WILL BE HELD
IN FRISCO COUNTY JAIL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cel., Sept 9. With
the co-operation of the Board of Educa
tion, school will be opened tomorrow at
the Ban Francisco county Jail. Reading,
writing, spelling, arithmetic and geogra
phy wilt be taught beginning at 1:30 p.
m.. after the dally prison routine hat
been concluded
Totals 7,87t 6,695 65,385
niTTt-Riiernlnts of cattle, while
liberal for .a Tuesday, were only about
halt as large as yesterday. The total
for the two days, however, is ii.n
being tho largest of any similar period
thus far tnis year anu bubuw
than for tho corresponding time a year
ago. The arrivals consisted almost en
tirely of westerns, thero being very few
natlvos or corn fed in sight.
The offerings of beef steers were very
iimitaH thsi-A helnir only a. few scattering
loads ot corn feds and comparatively
meager offerings of rango steers that
were good enough for beef. As a result
the market was active and 1016a higher
than yesterday. Everything In the way ot
good fat steers changed hands at on
early hour In tho morning.
The market on cows ana neucrs openou
early with prices ranging anywhere from
10i6o higher than yesterday. As the
mora urgent orders were filled and the
buyers dropped out the market became
less active ana ciosea lime u any ueucr
than yesterday.
There wero a good many feeder buyers
In the yards this morning, and In spite, of
the fact that znost of the cattle hero con
sisted ot that kind the trade was active
with prices generally a little stronger
than yesterday, in lact in tne case ot
good kinds there was considerable Im
provement in the tone ot the market as
well as In prices, but common kinds
wero no botter than yesterday.
Quotations pn cattle: Good to choice
cornfed beet steers, $8.'J09.00; fair -to
good cornicu beet steers, fj.was.au;
common to fair cornfed beef steers. $7.00
&7.90; good to choice range beeves $7.25
ul. lb: lair lo good range beeves. i.tMV
7.25: common to fair rango beeves, $5.76
G.60; good to choice heifers, $8.6037.50;
good grades, $5.25S6.25; common to fair
grades, $3.2505.00; good to choice atoskers
and feeders, $0.757.75; fair to good stock-,
ers and feeders, $6.2630.75; common to
fair stockers and feeders, $5.756.26; stock
cows and heifers, 34.76Q6.76; veal calves.
JG.0CW.76; bulls, stags, etc., $5.00tf.W.
BEEF STEERS.
No. At. Pr. No. At. Pr.
2 ,10tt 8 CO 10 12SS I tt
COWS.
8 882 I U 1
1 10M t (4
HEIFERS,
9...., (32 t to it
BULLS.
1 lttO t 40 I ,
4 1013 t CO
CALVES.
t itt tn x
IS 261 7 00 1
4 J5 7 IS 1
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS,
28 til t IS 24 813 6 C
4 ISO t tO 21 4S (CO
WESTERNS NEBRASKA.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
0 feeders. .1092 7 00 20 feeders. .1114 S 9G
6 heifers... 770 6 30 10 feeders.. 878 70
20 cows 948 5 65 38 feeders. .1120 7 80
19 feeders.. 686 6 35 33 feeders. .1180 6 60
81 feeders. .11&0 6 60 60 feeders.. 941 6 76
2! feeders. .1029 7 15 42 feeders. .1028 7 15
32 feeders.. 1023 6 75 13 cows 863 6 90
1 cows 963 ( 15 6 steers. ...1144 6 40
28 feeders.. 676 6 25 29 feeders.. 724 6 80
72 feeders.. 980 6 70 28 feeders.. 900 6 60
46 feeders.. 921 6 60 69 feeders.. 828 6 60
4i feeders.. 927 6 85 43 cows.. ...1017 6 60
10 feeders.. 1027 6 66 26 steers.. ..1187 6 60
80 feeders.. 1173 6 85 15 feeders.. 823 6 06
li cows.. ...1033 6 60 90 feeders. .1026 7 10
19 steers.... 436 8 25 63 feeders.. S7I 6 65
2J steers... .1146 6 60 67 feeders., 1140 6 70
11 cows 1163 6 76 10 steers.... 1037 6 45
10 steers..,. 1073 6 45 14 steers.... 1000 6 45
II steers.,., sub & to ic,& n...iioi o io
14 heifers.,. 827 5 90 36 helfers...l09 6 60
16 feeders., 693 6 45
Kllpatrlcic Bros.
30 feeders.. C 10 6 90 284 feeders, .1058 6 65
22 feeders. .1069 6 C5
Lakeside Ranch Co.
43 feeders. .1128 6 60 33 feeders. .1103 C 60
15 feeders.. 1146 6 60 32 heifers.. .1075 6 45
4 steers.... 1030 6 00
Russell & Thorpe.
19 steers.... 1338 7 00
C. W. GauIL
33 feeders.. 8S1 5 90 8 cows 812 6 65
8 COWS.,.,. 845 6 40
Edward Ross.
U heifers... 810 6 80 12 cows 941 5 75
J. Brubakar.
13 feeders,. 930 6 60 25 feeders. .1060 7 00
J. A. Wright
33 feeders. .1135 7 10 11 feeders. .1000 7 10
10 steers.. 1022 6 40
Sand Hills Land and Cattle Co.
62 feeders.. 1307 7 70
Fawn Lake Ranch Co.
76 feeders, ,1040 7 20 26 feeders. .1074 7 20
48 cows 963 5 75
Taylor & CrondalL
2S feeders.,863 6 90
J. C. Klrkpatrick.
IS feeders.. 925 6 85 11 heifers... 917 6 00
McGinn Bros.
63 feeders., 1153 6 60 15 cows 966 5 75
13 feeders.. 783 20
MONTANA.
Spear Bros.
35 heifersM.1035 40 43 belfers.,.10U (44)
8 50
0 m
6 30
6 90
6 15
5 15
2 86
3 M
3 M
3 6fi
3 55
3ffi
7 1J
7 15
7 15
3 88
3
3 30
40
5 00
6 M
6 90
0 88
B 85
6 75
7 00
700
7 00
7 20
7 20
4 00
8 10
3 10
4 00
3 23
3 23
4 80
4 00
4 !H1
4 80
6 41
6 45
6 45
500
.1 25
4 20
6 00
4 00
fl 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
R M
6 40
CHICAGO LIVI3 BTOGIC MARKF.T
52
80
... 70
... 72
... C.1
... 63
... 68
... 77
... 62
... 62
... 61
... 61
...110
... 90
... !tt
93
m ntnh feeder lambs
200 I'tnh feeder yearlings..
258 Utah feeder yearlings..
(VJ2 Idaho lambs
ISA Wyoming Iambs
196 Wyoming Inmtm
163 Wyoming lambs
33 Wyoming lambs
219 Wyoming lambs
211 AVyomlng lambs
2W Wyoming lambs
179 Wyoming lambs
162 Wyoming ewes
165 Wyoming feeder ewes...
101 Wyoming feeder owes .
100 Wvomlnir feeder ewes..
103 Wyoming cull feeder ewes. 95
147 Wyoming cull feeder ewes. 96
164 Nevada feeder yearlings.... 85
228 Nevada feeder yearlings.... SI
240 Nevada feeder yearlings..,. S3
235 Novada feeder yearlings,... 85
246 Nevada feeder lambs........ 63
200 Nevada feeder lambs 61
75 Nevuda feeder lambs 68
60 Nevada cult feeder lambs... 00
214 Utah feeder ewes.. 100
42 Utnh wethers 115
214 I'tah yearlings 87
73 Utah ewes Ill
236 Idaho feeder lambs 65
213 Idaho feeder lambs 64
227 Idaho feoder lambs,. 61
218 Idaho feeder lambs 64
222 Idaho feeder lambs 64
212 Idaho feeder lambs 64
87 Idaho feeder Iambs..,. 64
101 Idaho feeder lambs 64
235 Idaho rull feeder lambs 49
254 Idaho fecdor lambs 65
NEW YORK jSTOCR MARKET
No Appearance of Activity Until
After Crop Report Out.
MOVEMENT IS THEN DOWNWARD
Business Unnaunll)- Light nil it Pluc
tuntlnnn PosDrnit Little Slniilfl
rnnrr ltnte, for Time
Loniin Stiffen.
-Hnfra
.1040 t 00
.. Ill t 40
..lttt lit
.. IM I CO
,. 110 I 84
.. iro to
PIGS.
4 71 ... I 7S It.,
1 141 ... t (0 H.
SHEEP As might have been expected
with bo largo receipts It was a big day In
the shoop barn yesterday and after both
paoker and feeder buyers satisfied their
immediate- wants at prices ranging any
whero trom steady to 15Q25o lowor, there
were still about twenty-five cars In first
hands. No class ot buyers were In favor
Of taking on more offerings unless at a
lurtner pneo reduction, but as tne selling
side of thn trsds would not consent to
any undue pounding ot the market, tho
remaining twenty-ftvo cars wero carrieu
over for todsv' trade.
Fresh receipts were very liberal again
this morning, though not qulto as largo
as yesterday. The official report was
that In tho neighborhood ot 170 cars or
46,000 head made up the now arrivals,
which when added to what was left from
the urnvioUH dav made another unusually
"big supply of shoep and lambs on sale.
It was another case of the receipts being
two-thirds feeders and wnilo tne total ro
celpts were extremely liberal, tho actual
supply of all kinds ot killers was little
better than normal.
Trade in botH the fat and feoder division
started out slowly. In fact, it was some
time In tho morning before tho shipments
were sorted or ready for the Inspection
ot the packers and tt was late In the
forenoon before enough sales were made
to Indlcato any changes in the trade. At
that time, however, such offerings as
changed hands wero on a basis of I020o
lower.
Tho market continued In about that
condition, with sheep possibly not show
ing quite so much decline as lambs.
in the feoder trade the large receipts
are us a matter ot course the chief fea
ture. Receipts having Increased so sud
denly the attendance of country buyers
has not been sufficient to keep tho sup
ply cleaned up close enough to provont
the market breaking badly. As a result
the market on feeders this morning was
at least 15a lower than yesterday's low
close, with a prospect that boforo the
end of the day prices might be even as
much as 2&3uc lowor. This means that
the market In feeder lambs Is 40fl0c
lower at least than the closo of last
week, and in some cases possibly worse
than that.
Quotations on Sheep and Lambs Lambs.
good to choice, $7.2537.40; iambs, fair
, n .rtnj la cr.Ayl W.i I ..... V. ,...M- .r VV
m r- if--w wiuv. iiuui, o. w-41'
6.00; Iambs, feeders $5.7636.70; yearlings,
gooa io cnoico, v.wawio; yearlings, rair
to good, $6.2506,60; yearlings, feeders, $4.75
GP&.bu; womers, gooa to cnoice, S4.i&y4.;
wethers, fair to good, $4.004.16; wethers,
feeders. $3.7MjM,15; ewes, good to choice,
$3.80H.OO: ewes, fair to good. $3.CSfi3.80:
ewes, feeders, $3.0024.06; cull sheep, $2.00
(J3,.
No. Av.
204 Idaho feeder lambs 65
233 Wyoming feeder lambs 63
187 Wyoming feoder lambs 63
iw Wyoming reeaer iambs u
lOiWyomlng feeder lambs 63
vz Wyoming reeaer lamns,..., w
243 Wyoming feeder lambs 63
121 Wyoming feeder Iambs 68
251 Wyoming feeder lambs 64
iv native wetuers izi
13 Wyoming wethers 130
71WyomIng wethers 123
177 Wyoming feeder yearlings C8
490 Wyoming feeder ewes 86
Cattle Steady to Shade Lone
Illsxher.
CHICAGO. Bent. 0. CATTI.ianrlnt.
6,000 head; market steady to a shade
I.wrL clves, 26o higher: beeves. $6.65ia
9.10; Texas steers, $6.?Ofi7.75: western
steers, $6.00417.80; Blockers and feeders,
419.65; mixed, $7.85430.60; heavy, $7.70
calves, $8.76(ffdl00.
HOGS nei!lnis. 1R (rirt n.-i.t in
H6o higher; bulk, $8.1038.90; light $8.75
r.65; mixed. $7.s6qo.fo. heavy, $7,704?
M 1 7 1? 1? ti ami. T 4.tn. ,- iL . mm.
head; markot steady to lOii lower; na
tive, $340174.75: western, $3.GGtN.65: year
lings. i.k.7r; nttlve lambs, $5.25ifi7.J0;
wostern. $3.76437.00.
Kansas Cltr Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITVY Mo., Sept. 9. CATTLE
JOo higher! prime fed stoere, $8.XXff9.25;
cu vrni moors. (.owuu.oo; western
steers, $6.20f8.10: southern steers, $5.25
6.60; cows. $3.76tT0.60; heifers, $1.60iff9.00;
!.rSk, and. 'deriL j5.254n.B0; alls,
$I.60JW.25 calves. $5.0000T60.
iiuua - iteceiptN. 10,000 head: market
iteady to to higher; bulk, $8.458.90;
ta,JZt aI?;25'' Pickers and butchers,
KOjWK; light, $s.45tf9.00; pigs, $S.S0J
SHEEP AND LAMBS - Receipts. 17.000
lV?rli,'Iinrkrt "'"'tttiy to lOo lower; lambs.
iHER'J'SL1 'erllns;s. $4.605.00; wethers,
$4.26Hc4.60; ewes, $3,0Ol?1.25.
St. Lnnls Ltrr Mlock Market.
ST. LOUIfl. Mn..
celuta. 9.400 lwul:
t n rhntf-A lrnrj,M. . . . i . : .
; -1 f-.-""icw, niuuKors anu
&iors.' W.25Q7.60; cows and heifers. $4.75
8.75; bulls. l5.76C6.75; calves, $0Oflll.I3!
r.,.V,h-c.rn.,,icr"u tC.0O87.7G; cow. and
M?a.T"RfccP?"' W800 head; mnrket 10
uiKiijrj inns ana ugnt, t5.754i0.45;
i tavT-. fi's-"""' good
SHlSEl' ANU LAMBS - Receipts, 7.000
head: markot steady; muttons. $3.25W.OO;
yearlings, $3.00,00; lambs, $5.60ff6lo?
glonjr City Live Ktoek Market
t,?i?.".X ViJTl Ia.-! B"Pv 0 OATTLE-
vpvTOiinB, i.-jw, nrnu; ninrKOl Blcaiiy: na
tlvt steers. t7.finH.!r. nnta i, .1 .
lrjft i it " A"Ka'uo- calves, $0.00
HOGS llpcelntft nrrtt li.ari. ,.t,. iw
efStftWTt ISJCX5, J-eW7.80: mixed. $7.80
8.00; light, $3.00.66; bulk of sales) $7,75
SHEEP AND LAMIJS - Receipts. 1.000
8t. Joseph Mto Stock BIarki
ST. JOSEPH-. Mn.. fln h-tiiiiwt.p
Receipts. 1,600 head! market steady to
strong: steers. 15.60fiH.7S: ram .i,, l,.ir
fZiirKS-1"' oaives, $4.ooio.00.
HOGS Recelnts. E.200 hn.
strong, 601Oo higher; top, $3.85; bulk, $8.20
h"M?Ei,..AND-.JM?8-n'elpts1 3..500
,.vmu. iii, . t. l ainw ,, Tin i n u, r nmh.
BIVW7W ' - .-.ou-,
Hlsh. Low. Clow.
15,709 7tH TT T
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K 27 27H
34 .11i H
14 tt KH
47H 41U
43
21
an
uu
100'i
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2,400
900
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it, ooo
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4H
S53 Wyoming feder lambs.
1160 Wyoming iamos
1438 Wyoming feeder lambs..,
lli2 Wvomlnir feeder lambs...
740 Wyo. cull feeder lambs....
163 Idaho lambs
61 Idaho cull lambs
127 Idaho lambs
193 Idaho lambs
163 Wyoming lambs
122 Wvomlnir lambs
200 Wyoming lambs
1D9 Wyoming lambs
115 Wyoming iiraui
m wvomlnir lambs
211 Wyoming lambs
167 Wyoming iamos
104 Wyoming lambs
43 Wyoming feeder ewes
83 Wyoming feeder ewes
173 Wyoming feeder ewes
210 Wyoming feeder ewes
163 Wyoming feeder ewes
75 Wyoming feeder ewes
175 Wyoming feeder larnbs....
167 Wyoming feeder jambs....
188 Wyoming feeder lambs....
100 Wyoming feeder lombs....
202 Wyoming feeder lamps.,..
178 Wyoming feeder lambs....
163 Wyoming feeder lambs....
229 Wyoming feeder lambs....
173 Wyoming feeder lambs....
o nnd weuiers...
131 Wyoming lambs J
112 Wyoming lambs w
1 llirM IflmUl ly
70 Idaho ewes ....
182 Wyoming ewes
176 Wyoming ewes
U JU1 0 ' . fyy
)m,?"?ermb;:::::::::
m Idaho feeder ambs
201 Idaho feeder lamb;
202 Idaho feeder lambs
264 Idaho feeder lambs
230 Idaho feeder lnmbs.. 69
330 Idaho feeder lambs. 69
333 Idaho .ed'jl,m!ii;: ki
107 Wyoming tjtier lamhe 64
80 Wyoming feeder lambs 68
218 Wyoming fe$er n ?J
228 Wyoming feeder lamb 55
102 Wyoming feeder Jmbs M
224 Wyoming feeder lambs
240 Wyoming foeder lambs,.,,. 65
230 Wyo. cull feeder lambs... 40
1VJ Wyo, cull feeder lambs.... 43
43
66
61
63
42
70
60
63
63
65
65
65
65
65
66
es
78
77
97
104
104
97
60
89
69
69
39
49
60
61
63
33
49
94
106
102
103
102
Pr.
6 40
6 60
6 60
6 60
6 60
a 60
6 60
6 40
6 60
4 25
4 25
4 25
6 35
3 30
6 40
6 90
60
6 60
6 40
6 73
6 00
6 85
6 85
6 90
6 90
6 90
6 90
6 90
6 W
6 SO
7 15
7 15
t 40
3 40
2 40
2 25
2 35
3 35
660
6 60
600
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 75
6 23
4 00
6 90
690
6 40
3 90
3 75
3 75
3 76
3 75
25
6 25
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 85
4 85
6 40
6 40
6 30
635
6 85
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 40
6 70
170
NEW YORK. Sopt. 9.-,It was not until
after the nppearauce of tho government
crop report In tho last hour of today's
trading that tho stock market showed
wno appearance of activity, with a de
cisive movement downward, but busine-s
was unusually light and fluctuations pos
sessed Uttlo significance. IVndlng rc
ce-lpt of tho crop figures tradirs pre
ferred to mark tlmo. Tho final move
ment wns upward, with a fair degrco of
activity.
In general the crop figures about met
expectations. The falling off In Sep
tember condition of corn from 75.8 to e 1
had been predicted; Jn fact the Indicated
yli;ld of com was above some estimates
madd rocently. Unofficial reports, more
over, were that the drouth had been n
lloved In soveral corn states by rain dur
lug tho Inst two days. The condition of
spring wheat wns 'retarded as renrstirinc
and this section ot tho report was made
mo uasis ior mewing up tne stocKs ot tite
wnsai roaus.
Tho natrnleum stocks developed
strength. Mexican Petroleum roso 4Mi,
following Its 5-nolnt advance of yester
day, and California Petroleum gained 2
Points. Pcople'n Gas was marked tip 2
points to tho accompaniment of rumors
or lavorauie dividend action, iteauction
In tho dividend rate of St. Louis South
western preferred was' without effect on
that stock, which was not traded in, al
though .the common declined a point.
Money was In demand and rates for
time loans stiffened all around.
lionds lost cround on lessened dealings.
Total sales, par value. $1,216,000. United
States bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of sales nnd leadtiic Quotations
on stocks wero an follows:
Amlctmattd CcrP" ...
Anrrlesn Atrleuitunl .
American llMt ffutw...
Amerlcin pun ,
Airerlctn Cn pfd
American O. a K ,
American OHon Oil....,
Am. Ic scurltta...i,.i
Amirlcan Llmud ......
American Ijooomotlrs ...
American H. A. It
American tt. & It, ptd,.
Am. tiuitr ltctlnlni
American T. ft -T......I,
American Tomeco ...
Anaconda Mlnlnc Co.
Atchlaon
Atchlaon otd
Atlantic Otatt Une.....
tUtfttmore A Ohio
netnithera meel ........
Drooklm lUrld Tr
raeaitlan lacllle..t...i..
Central Irathar
ChNatttaV tt Ohio
Chlcaso n, W....
Chlcsxo, M. A Ht. 1',,.
Ctilcato ft N. W
Colorado F, & I...,
ConaollilRtaa Qaa ,
Oorn Produda
Delaware ft lluaion.
DenTer ft Hlo Oranda....
IXnrar & It a. ptd ,
DlatltUn' (Jccurltlft ....
Erie ,
Krle lit pra
Krla M ptd
naaaral Rlactrto
Oreat NVirthern pM ,
Orrat Northern Ore ctft.
Illinois Cantral
Intarbormixn Mat ......
Inter. Met ptd
International HarTCfter..
Intar.Marlna ptd .....
international Paper ,.
National Pnmp
Kanaa City Houthern,
tiacleda naa
Irfhlth Valley 2.100 ItlTi
Loulnllta ft NaahTllle,,
M.. St. P. ' & 8. R. Al
Mlaaourl. K. & T, COO
Mlaaourl raclllo 400
(National niacult
rational uu .......... ......
N. it it ot m. d pta.. wn
New York Cantral 3,!W
N. Y.. O. ft W,
Norfolk b Weatern...... "00
KVirtli American .....
Northern l'aclllo TOO 111H
Paclllo Mall IM 11 .
rennaplTunU 1. 000 Tim
I-tople'a Ots 6.t00 1!!H
P.. C. O. ft St. h 400 It
nttaboreh Coal
PreaMd Hteal Car TOO ISVi
Pullman I'alace Car
Jteadlni lt.Ooo 1(0
Itepnbtlfi Iron A fitttl., 100 24
atepumio i. a n. pro...
Hock laland Oo
ltock laland Co. ptd....
fit. L ft 8. V. 24 pfd.
Healioant Air Line
seaboard A. L. ptd
Plf-M-Bhatriald B. ft I..
Southern raclfla
Houthern Ilsllwar
Ho, naltway Pfd
Tanneaiee Copper
Teiaa ft Pacific
Union raclllo
Union Paclllo pta
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK". Rn MnNWn.
2H per cent: closlnr rat, w.na n.v r.n'
Tlmo loans, strong; sixty days, igU per
. .' Vi., """ Pr ceni; six
months. 6B6t4 nor cent.
runiB AI15IIUANTILE rAPErt-JLa-irfS
Per cent.
STKRMNG ICXCirANriT)U.RtnAV.
H tv.r"' ,or imana $4.8675;
Commarclal bills,. $4.82!4.
Biiivnii-uar, wo; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government steadv: rniimnri
easy.
Closing Quotations on bonds todav
fnllnwM
U. B. ref. ta. ni. tl K. rr n- Me r. o-r
do coupon tl L. B, dab. 4a HSt... tl44
U. S. la, rer. 10J L. ft N. unl. 4a..,.. M
do coupon J?!.?". K.kT. lat'4atlV4
V. 8. 4a, rsi 110U do ran. 4s ax
do coupon HoU'lin. Parifix i. nu
Panama Sa coupon.. M14 'do eonr, t...,,..ll
A.-C lat tl ctfa... MUK. n. n. n M ill. ain
A. T. 4k T, 0. 4a.. 100 Vi deb. 4s......... iilU
1m 1AaIa Sd. 1SK ft ft KT V tv mm
nut ivw.iu vaeia.ssif i'i I. . 11. a
Armour tc Co. 4H. 1144 H. ct. IVia H
Aicniaon sen. a.... hrk, ft W, lat e. 4.. 74
w,, v ,w,,,,, mw -uw r, a.,... .....llH
d ct. ta 100t4NV. IHtHIo ... '. ajii
ft r t. m la sat L' Jt T . .
Hal. ft Ohio 4a,.... tlH'O. B. U rid a. 4a.'. II K
do IUI MUPenn. ct. lUa ltlt. mc
urrwa. ir. ct. aa... -ao eon. a. ..,,.. n
mn. or oa. M......10iullaad Inr m, i. . aii.
'i. uwmci oa.... vovtD. t at o. tr, g 4a 71H
I.,,. wuid , . . . win sn. aa. ....... of
no cunt. 4WS 7?Hfnt. U. B. W. c. 4a T
Chlcaro A A. VU. t4 A. L adl. la... 11
C. D. ft Q. J. 4a... IH'8o. rac. col. 4a,.,. '.
ao pm. 4a.,....,, SlUHo. raci cr,,4a tT
C M r H p o 4Ht. 1M do lat raf. 4s. 1H
C. Ii. I. ft P. o. 4a tmSo. Itttlwar la..,.103U
do rfr. 4s IIS do a-an. Till
C. A fl. r ft 4V4s. MH Union J'sMflo 4a, , Mu
D. ft It. ct. 4a.. M14 do ct. 4a M
ii. m i. u. rai. as. -ao isi a rer. s., MH
,,i-iti,ra im ifis-u. o. itunoer sa...ioz
Kris p. 1. 4a Ms II. B. meal Id &a.,.,101
do iran. 4s 71 v -o, CTimn. Is MU.
do ct. 4s. aer. Tl. TOVWab. lat n. i. r.i
III. Can. 1st ref. 4a. ti Western Md. 4s 7U
Inter. Mat. 4Vis TIHWeet, Else. ct. Is . mm,
Inter. M. at. 4H... li 'Wis. Cantral 4s.. .
Japan 4 Ha . UH
Did. Offered. -dlTldand,
Metnl Market.
NI5W YORK. Sept. 9.-METALS-Iadi
Quiet. $4.70 bid: London. 20 ln r.i
Spelter: Quiet, $5.8506.95; London, 121 5s.
copper: ram; sianaara spot to Novem
ber, ti9.wois.zi; uecemoer, l8.oral6.S7:
electrolytlo, $16.75016.87, lake, $16.87017.00'
casting. Iia.rwi6.02. Tin: Steady; spot.
$42.40i342.75 1 September. $42.60$H2.76; Oo
tober. $42.30042.73; November. $!2.2Cg'42.60.
Antimony: Dull; Cookson's, $8.4008.60;
Iron: Klnn and unchanged.
London markets closed as follows: Cop
per: Steady; spot, f73 6s; futures, 73 "is.
Tin: Steady; spot. 194; futures, 192 16s.
Iron: Cleveland warrants, 64s 3d.
ST. LOUIS, Bcpt 3, METALS Lead :
Steady, $t7V4'&".70. Bpelter: Klrm, $4.70
4.76.
Cottoit Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 9,-COTTON-Mar-ket
steady; middling uplands, 1125c; gulf,
13.60c. No sales.
Cotton futures closed steady: Scptem-
Der, ij.ao; uctouer, line; November,
1 J.30o; December, lJ.OSo; January, 1197c;
February, 13.16a; March. U0$o; May,
13.13c; June. ll.Slc: July, 13.13c.
LIVERPOOL. Sept 9.-COTTON-Spot
In fair demand and firm; middling fair,
8.20c; good middling, 7.92o; middling, 7.60o;
low middling, 7.38c; good ordinary, 6.78c :
ordinary, 6.41c, Bales, 8,000 bales.
Cotton closed steady, net one point
lower to four points higher.
I '
Kvftporntrd Apples sum! Dried Fruits
NEW YORK. Sept 9. EVA PO RATED
APPLES Firm.
DRIED FIU'lTB-Prunes, firm. Apri
cots, quiet Peaches, dull. Raisins, firm.
m MH M4
900
2,400
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MH
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134
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113.
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3,300 UH 2114
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3T7H
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MH
106
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111 i
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300 4H 4U
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MH
MH
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United Htatea Itealty.
United Metes Rubber.
United mates flteel...
U. g. BtrI pfd
Utah Copper .........
Va. -Carolina Chemical
Wabasli
Wabash, pfd
Wcetarn Msrjland
Weatern Union , ,
Wratlnshouae Electrlo
Wheeling 4k Lka Krle
Total sales lor the day, ltT.tOO ahtrea.
ICi-dlTlderd. 80. 1'ae. ev. 41,,.. ,
111U
:t'4
It!
114
tT
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104H
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'London Stock Market.
LONDON, Sept. 9. American securities
opened Bteady and a fraction higher to
day, Canadian Pacific advanced a point
during the forenoon, but tho rest of tho
list eased off under realizing. At noon the
tone was oasy.
Consols, money TMlDenTer & It d tOH
do account .... Tt t-lt Ho. Paclllo 01
Xmal, Copper TDIVnlon raclfla IMS
tanalsn f'aclMo ..31114 ..
HlUVKii liar, quirt, at ii vioa icr ot
MONEY-2G24 per cent.
DISCOUNT 11ATI1S Short bills, 3 9-16
per cent; three months, 3 11-10 per cent.
Ury Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 8. DRY OOODS
Cotton goodB markets rule very strong,
with prices rising. Kail goods aro lu
letter demand. Yarns aro very firm.
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