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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 1913,
OFFERED FOR KKXT.,
Iloniri and Cottages.
NEAR SAUNDERS & ST. CECILIA'S
school, 2 hort blocks to Farnam-N. 40th
line; paved; new homes on all sides; S-r.,
O'KEEFE REAL ETATE CO.,
1015 Omaha Nat. Doug. 2715.
EvonlnRS II. 33S or II. 6134.
NEW 9-r. house, water, heat, oak floors,
sleeping porch. ', H. 2558.
9-ROOM all modern cottage, hardwood
floor, nice lot, near high school, to small
family, $35. 2o29 Cap. Ave. Tel. D. S7J
RE Ali ESTATE.
AI1STRACT OF TITLE.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice in Nebraska. 80S Brandels Theater.
8212 HAMILTON ST. Six-room modern
cottage. Apply 3210 Hamilton Bt.
3008 Hamilton, 4 rooms, new. ?26.
1515 N. 20th St.. 6 rooms. $M.
3504 N. 24th, mod., 8 rooms, $24.
23W Douglas. 8 rooms. $30.
JOHN N. FREN7.KR. Douglas 664.
NEW cottage. 6 rooms and bath, gas,
electric light, cemented cellar, modern ex
cept heat; $19.00 month; 2S3I Franklin;
paved street, large lot. L. Harris, 676
BRICK house, 2612 Dewey Ave, seven
toonis, modem. Moyer Stationery Co.,
IS16 Karnam 8U ;
NSW 5-rooln, modern without heat.
2721 Tarker. Phone Harney 74.
7 ROOMS, modern except heat; fine re
pair; J21.60 per month. Tel Web. 6621.
NEW 7-rootrt house. 1S01 Blnney St.
rhone Webster 394. .
NINE-ROOM house, mod.; good loca
tlon. 725 S. 37th. Webster 2590.
WEST Farnam, fine, large, new resi
dence with 2 baths, for rent, on N.-E. cor,
83th Ave and Davenport 8t.
FIVK-ROOM modern house, 1319 S. 22d.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, 2213
Dodge. St. Apply W. N. Chambers, 23)
Rrandels Theater I31dg., Phono Douglas
Store and Office.
TOU RENT The office on ground .floor
of The Bee building occupied, by th
Havens-white Coal company. Frontage
on Farnam St. and occupying about UM
square feet, with extra entrance on the
tourt of the building. Large vault Fin
otnet) fixtures for &1. Apply N. P.
Fell. jDee office.
NEW etor bulldlr.s, 2CX60. Steam heat.
8111,6. 18th Bt. 22Hxeo.
Ill Bo. 16th. steam heat, $100.
1304 Douglas, 21x0 feet. $100.
009 So. 13th St., brick. 825.
JOHN N, FRF.NZER, Douglas 5S4.
STORE on lth St., near Chicago. G.
P. StebblnB, 1010 Chicago.
BRICK storeroom. 1506V4 Webster, elec
THOS. W. HA ZEN, 207 McCagUe.
BRICK store rooms, cement basement.
1701 and 1719 Cuming Bt., S3) and $2$
ach, . s
TMOS. W. HAZEN, 207 McCague.
Douglas 1300. ' '
1J07-9 Howard, $150.
2737 Davenport, store And steam
heated flat 'above, $60,
RINQWALT." Brandels Thea. Bide.
OFFERED FOB SAWS.
BLACK Iron bed spring, one 6x9 rug.
I kitchen tables and a few chairs. Phono
117 6. 37th. Phone Harney 2102.
MISSION parlor set, mahogany set,
combination writing desk, chiffonier, side
board, sewing machine, cupboard, child's
bed, baaeburntr, range, cheap. 1819 Clark.
FOR SALE Furniture of 2-rooms. Also
the rooms for rent. Apply 012 No. 18th
artor p:au p. m. .
ELECTRIC pianos. $125. 119 N. 15th.
FDR SALE Instruments. DaraDherna-
lla and music for orchestra. Apply Post
Exchange, Fort amana. Neb.
RENT an L. C. Bmlth & Bros, type
writer, visible, late model, back, space
key, guaranteed A No. 1 machine. L. C.
Smith & Bros. Typewriter .Co.. 1S19 Far
nam. ' Phone Douglas 213. Remember,
this is new location.
RENT ' Remingtons. Monarches and
Smith Premiers of their maker. The Rem
ington Typewriter Co., telephone Douglas
1284. Rental credited if you purchase and
only .very newest and highest grade ma
chines sent out. Rates, 3 mos. for 15.00
for understroke mac'iines or $3.00 per
month " for latest moC visible writers.
ALL. makes typewriters rented and sold?
easy terms. Butts' Typewriter Exchange,
iw Farnam St. Douglas C031.
ACREAGE FOR 9 ALU
Mr. Poultryman, Just the place you
have been looking for; fine location for
nnltllHf lil.nf fVl .1am... ...... tIA ......
-WV....J .'in,.., - w uunii Villi ffiv 'i;i iiiwiiiii
buys this 10-ncre tract; see us at once.
it.,- . -- i . . a . . ...
iiiB usci xtcauy Agency, iwi vv (j. .vr.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Trade Shows Up with a Stub
CITY PROPERTY VOU SALK
Balance easy :ets that dnndv two-
story square house with four rooms on
ursi noor. three bedrooms and bath. Up
stairs (no fixtures In bath), gas, good
water, cistern, east front lot set out In
shnde and fruit trees; two blocks to 24th
310-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Very Classy Home
3012 DAVENPORT This neW frame and
stucco house, just completed, has large
living room, dining room, kitchen, break
fast room, refrigerator room, back entry
on first floor, three well lighted bed
rooms with large closets, bath room and
sleenlne Tvmrh' on ftprnml flnnr Inrcrn nt.
tic, full basement, large Carton furnace.
laundry tubs, floor drain, beam celling in
living and dining' rooms, panel work in
dining room, fireplace, built-in bookcase
and seats, downstairs oak finish, Upstairs
birch with oak floors, large south front
lot facing on boulevard, built by day labor
by the present owner; Is thoroughly mod
ern and up-to-date; houso will be open
for your Inspection Sunday, 2 to 7 p. m.
NICE COTTAGE. $1,100.
Almost newf, 6-room cottage, having hot
water, sower and gas and sleeping porch,
on a lot 76x100. Don't let this get away.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
10 ACRES on S. E. corner 64th and
Poppleton, south of Dundee. This land
Is most sightly and Will subdivide Into
60 lots. Salable quickly nt 1350 per lot
My price is $10,000 cash. Phone Red 2947.
6-ROOM, strictly modern, up-to-date
bungalow, bargain for cash or will make
terms; elegant location. Tel. Webster 6689.
FIBLD CLUD district. Beautiful mod
ern home. Large llvirrg room, dining
room and bedrooms, tile bath and sleep
ing porch on second floor. Buy. of owner
and save commission. Easy terms. Tel.
INVESTMENT. $4.S00.i. .
Completely furnlBhed 3-upartment house,
always rented for $57.60 per month., Only
i block ' from Harney', car. A .very un
usual opportunity and worth Jnvestlgat
ltutv, -vV'V '
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block. u. lToi.'
3130 SO. 1STH A good house and lot;
goofli-ptaoe for g-nlce fumilyVeryrtWap.
' WEST FARNAM HOME. T
Owing to business Interests necessitat
ing absence from city, will offer for sale
new nnd thoroughly modern ten-room
residence on West Farnam hill. D. 147,
AS I am leaving city must sell my new
6-room house; modern, sleeping porch,
hardwood finish throughout, beam cell
ing, living room, dining room, full ce
mented cellar and attic- Inquire owner,
4110 Florence blvd. Web. 6062.
TO BUILDERS AND INVESTORS.
Two fine lots.- 40x116 each. Just off Far.
nam St. on West Farnam hill "splendid.
location ior bock uai or apartment nouse,
only $3,950 for both. It you want a bar
gain write C 219, caro Omaha Bee.
NEW bungalow, oak finish full and oak
floors; cement cellar, best make of fur
nace, large garage; walls nicely deco
rated; every Improvement, 21st St., south
oi Ames Ave. uook. h over uunaay.
THOS. W. HAZEN, 207 McCague. DISOO,
Four-room house' with good foundation.
cellar partly cemented, electric lights,
east front lot, entirely fenced chicken
tight, about. 3 blocks to car, screens and
storm windows.; win sen on $200 -cash
down, balance monthly. Two "lots ad
joining may be had ror izw.a lot.
.110-312 Brandels Theater.
TYPEWRITERS for rent; 3 months, ti.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANaE.
RENT an Oliver typewriter, 3 months.
$4. The Oliver Typewriter Co.. Doug. 29l.
REBUILT and slightly used typewriter
rented and sold on easy terms. Omaha
Typewriter Exchange. 411 S. 15th 8t
SAFES 2d-hand. American Supply Co.
HALL'S safes, new and 2d-hand. Corey
& McKenxle Its. Co.. 1407 Harney. D2444L
gx-alr compressor. M2 B. 14th.
FOR BAUE New anji second-hand
carom and pocket billiard table and
bowling alley and accessories; bar fix
turea 'of all kinds; easy payments. Ths
Brunswick-Balk Collendtr Co.. 407-4U9
t. 10th tit
SAFES Overstocked; sacond-band; all
makes. J. J. Derlght Safe Co.. 1112 Farnam
EMPTY Ink buirels for sale. Apply Be
Publishing Co., 17th and Farnam tits.
KINDLING wood, $3 load. Gross
A COMPLETE printing outfit -to trade
for auto. Obee, Web. 3656.
Miss Fisher, mas., bath. else, treat. D, HA
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Batten pharmacy, 12th and Dodt.
FOR SAXJSKlndUng wood. National
Box Co.. 33th. and Pacific Harney 147
MANICURING, face, scalp, magnetic
treatment. Miss Pellar. 1711 Dodge.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast
off clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. - We collect, repair and sell At 111
N. 11th St., for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Tel. Douglas 4lia and
wauon will call.
O'CONNOR HEIRS "WANTED.
Information of the heirs of John O'Con
nor or Connor, who was a shoemaker,
supposed to have wife and at least two
children living In western Iowa, north
western Missouri or eastern Nebraska.
Address with full Information, N.H. Tun
nlcllff, care of E. E. Thomas, 815 Omaha
Nafl Bank, Omaha. Neb.
I have changed my location to 214 Balrd
Bldg., 17th and Douglas. Mrs. Dr. Rlt-
tenliouse &. Hhater, ilu Elec baths.
Marguerite Halloran. massage. U. 7711.
Massage, 1st fL r.8. 1723 Dodge. Mrs. Steel.
MAGNETIC treatment. E. Mrott,
mxi.vTiij-ij.-'-v, isa Vinton. D. wx.
YflilNfl Women . . T7
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Y.m.!ni Christian association building
1ltiiim!Lttn.tJ bt; Ave. wnere they
will be directed to suitable boarding
place, or otherwise assisted. Look for
w-. ii-.nn liu m wis union station.
MASSAGE Swuedr1,VLrao,?en,e.nl y
ilea Bldg. UoiiifU, 0372
(J1 SUBSCRIPTIONS " TO
i!1?1.1' Journal. $1.50; the S. E. Post,
$1.60; the Country Gentleman. $1.60. by
Sept. ,30. earns that $3,000 for the Invalids'
Pension Ass'n. Your renewal contributes
Wc. Phone Douglas 7168, Omaha.
GORDON, THE MAGAZINE MAN.
BOSTON terrier pupa cheap. Doug.,SSS.
8AIJS OR EXCHANGE R. E.
WILL trade fine lrrlcated l.nrt ,
northern Colorado for good hardware
ttock. . Address Box 116, Windsor, Colo.
FOR SALE, trade -or rent. K nr -full
section, good hay, grain and stock farm
highly improved, 125 mllet from Omaha,
Cacha-Creek valley. Small payment down
takes it. Address owner, Wm, K.- Whit
ney, Neb., Dawes County.
TO BUY, HELL UR RENT, FIRST SHE
JOHN W. BOliaiHB, mi FARNAM NT.
ONLY $600 cash, balance as rent; mod
ern; 7-room now house. Harney 6917.
SWINGLEY & OIPE,
Have moved from 23$ Bee Bldg. to fifth
floor, room 640. '
Real Estate Trackage,
14TH AND JACKSON.
Lot 66x132 at southeast corner 14th and
Jackson Sts. End of switch. Price only
L. D. SPAUDING,
1618 Farnam St .
Telephone Tyler 100. 4
FARM A RANCH LANDS FPU 9ALH
FARMERS, why starve another- year?
Come to the best mixed farming district
in Alberta. 160 acres four miles' from
depot and twenty miles ttom Edmonton.
Water and timber on place. Sixty acres
ready for plow. .Neighbors: American
and . German-American. $20 per..aor,
$1,200 oash, balance one and two - years.
R. S. Ilsley, owner, 352 Albertai Ave.,
CORN TAXES A BEARISH TURN
Ilenvy Holders In Futures, Are on
the Selllne; Side of the Mnrkct,
i IlrltiRlnK About Lntrcr
backing away made the corn market In
cline toward a downward rouase except
for a half hour or so at midday. Cover
ing by shorts who were rendered timid
owing to predictions that the present
generous run of shipments from the
farms would taper off next week, caused
the temporary rally.
Oats followed corn, but seemed to lack
Packers wero believed to be supporting
nearby options In the provisions market.
There was considerable selling of deferred
months, and for this action scattered
longs received the credit.
Artcls.1 Open. I High
, .. OMAHA,, Sept. 18, 1913.
There was a stubborn tone to the wheat
trade last week, which was greatly en
couraged by the large cash- sales hero
ana in ujucngo. Tn northwestern mius
took a great, quantity of wheat, and what
they could not use was shipped to the
other side of the ocean. One Boston
house reported' that ocean freight room
ns engaged Tor 100. boat loads pf bard
wheat there Saturday. This is some of
the grain which has been eolns down
the lake so freely during the month.
Liverpool was higher last week, due
Chiefly to light offers of Candlan wheat
ana n show of firmness on this side was
seen In consequence. Cables stated that
heavier Russian shipments and favorable
harvest weather for the United Kingdom
Checked the advance. Frost appeared In
a numoer or spot over tno northwest
this morning, but there was no claim
that any damage was done on either side
of the International line. Minneapolis
wncai biocks increased smwo bushels Sat
urday. Elevator Interests were on tho.
buying side of December and May wheat
last week. Willi tho present temper of
the trade and the big movement of wheat
in the northwest due on both sides of
the line, traders feel friendly to the sell
ing side on temporary bulges.
i.asn wheat was unchanged.
The weather forecast Is for generally
fair weather, with rising temperatures.
Several big warehouses and some of the
elevator peoplo and leading Chicago In
terests Were on tho selling side of De
cember and May corn last week. The
trade, as, a rule. Ignored the strong and
higher Liverpool market Saturday. Every
thine considered. It nm rfni..,i
.bearish, turn in corn the Utter part of the
nee ana more man likely it Will con
tinue If .there, I no important frost
scare. Cash porn was unchanged to He
The oats trado stood in readiness last
week waiting for a display of weaknoss
lUilftTV Wpfi"!K aalM "i-Chlcago were
800,000 bushels Saturday. Cash oata wera
Clearances of wheat and flour were
iOOo C WWW bU,! Crn' h0n' ttt
Liverpool wheat closed UOUd higher:
Corn unchanged. 8 '
Primary whet receipts wero 3.S81.000 bu.
and shipments' 1.,000 hu., against ro-
yS&'iV ''W bu shipments of
1.774,000, bu.Mait year. ' ' T
Prlmarjvprn. .receipts !were' 1)078,000 bu
and-shlpmpnja or 61t,000 bu., '.against rel
1J58 .ot 1.057,000 buT- and shipments of
rttt.ooo bu: iat,tyeaT;:'''r,v .
P.rlnLary oaU reCelptseft-,1,392,000 bu
and shipment of 699,000 bu., against re-
CelDtS Of 1.671.00O bu. anil hlrn..n. nf
681,000-bu. last year, .-
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 94 -627 171
Minneapolis ...924 ,., ;.,
Omaha , 74 70 35
Kansas City 134 ( 27
St. Louis ,.u....w. ........ 91 61 83
Winnipeg ,.,.... ;.. 1,445 ....
Tho following cash sales were reported
Wheat: No. 2 hard, 6 tars, 83o. No. 3
!aId' 1.c.?,r hc' 82Vic: cars, 82o;
1 ?lt, 51c Jo., 2 spring, 1 car, 83V4c.
No, 3 spring. 1 car. 83o; 1 car, 8214c No.
3 durum. 2. cars; 82WC. No. S mixed, 1 car,
82cj 1 car (musty), hic. No. 4 mixed, 1
S m"tyi, . "ye: No. 2. 2 cars.
white, Vi car, 72c i 1 car(l 71Ho. No. 3
white, 1 car, 72c. No'. 2 yellow, 1 car, 72c.
No. 3 yellow, 14 oars, 71Hc. No. 4 yehow,
1 car, 71Wc. No. 2 mixed, 4 cars, UXc
3 m,,x1- 8 cftM- ,71Wc- No- mixed,
70c, Oata: Standard. 1 car,-41H0. No. 3
white, 6 cars, 41c; 11 cars, 40c. No. 4
wUi.3 S?rft .' No grade, I ,car. 40c.
Omaha Cash Pr ces What: No. 2 hard
'?,NV"M5a- S1& 4 hard!
79810; N,b. 3 spring, 83g83ci No. i
spring, S0HOSlHo; No. 2 durum, 833?4c:
J?'Jdur,i.m- H88??' Corn' No- 2 whlto
7172c- No. 3 white, 7472e; No 4
wh He, 7171c; No. 2 yellow: 72c; No. 3
yellow( 7lKo; No. 4 'yellow, li&JVAo; No.
2, fl?ic:'No'. 8, 71Hc; tio. i, TOHWle: no
grade. 69M71oi Oats: No. a white 41
42o; standard, 41Hc; No. 8 white, 40i4io:
wi5lte- 0HW)VSc Barley? Milting
6S2q:p. 1 feed 6762c. Rye. No. 2. S
684c; No. 3, 6T637,ict . , ,
CHICAGO CiltAIN AND PROVISIONS
iFentnrea of the Trading and Closlns;
- friers on Ilnnrd of Trade. '
J!ilJl9AV0' ;?ept 16.-World!s shlpmontf.
much lvger.than expected had a depress
ing effect tbday on -wheat, Thert. was o
transient rally, but; the marked ojosed
Jiekvy at aSange' varying Wc i)et decline
to an aVerdge or a shade. ,CArn suffered
ft final Betback of HHc and oats fin
ished wlthva loss ofiWb'to an -equal gain.
Strung, out from '10c: off to 12H0 up.
uiiiiouuu musi 01 me reason ror
surprise regarding world shipments, the
forwardtngs from that country amounting
to -nearly, half or Ihe agrega,to frdm all
other places.' ITorilgn advices also were
bearish in the' main as tft thB weather and
Decided, shortage. In primary reeclpts.
vhen contrasted With a' year ago prom
ised for n whlln in frtvh 1 1, Wrt..nn,nA ...
tho wheat bulls. There was a substantial
'increase of the visible supply" notwith
standing the greatly reduced arrivals ami
this acted as, a drug on.prlces,
Stocks piling up and eastern buyers
240-ACRE ranch, 10-room house, well
and windmill, $4,000; good terms. J. C.
Woodslde, 800 Broadway, Council Bluffs
MONTANA IRRIGATED LANDS. Us
your. Carey right and secure a 160-acr
farm in famous Valier country, where
wheat yield 60, oats 100, barley 65, flax
20 bushels per acre; no drouth, sure
crops: lands produce splendid alfalfa and
timothy; diversified farming is carried
on under ideal condition. Write today
for booklet. Valier Farm Sale Com
pany, Box 1086. Valier.' Montana
FOR SALE Improved 200-acre farm, S
miles from Page. Neb., at $60 per acre If
taken at once. Address Y 263. Bee.
A FINE INVESTMENT.
100 acres adjoining one of the beat county
seat towns in Nebraska; land Irrigated
and In alfalfa; railroad track on north
side, built up part of city, with It, H,
depot;, large new school building on east
side. It Is a fine growing town of about
3,600; R. R. division point and Junction
two branch lines; good schools, stores and
hanks; fine smooth land, Just fall enqugh
for good drainage. The alfalfa last year
cut about 260 tons. The Income from this
crop will make this a profitable place
and the growth ot the city will make a
fortune out of It for any one who will
hold It ten years; $125 per acre for whoH
tract, $160 for half; one-half cash. See us.
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO..
105 Pearl 3t, Council Bluffs.
Farms Farms Farms
Driving distance of Omaha;- bargains.
Let us show you the goods. All sixes, all
prices, all terms.
ORIN S. MERRILL CO..
Northeast Corner 23d and M Streets,
South Omaha'. Neb.
THIRTY acres rich, level, loam, nearly
now 8-room house, good barn. , Hleh
school half mile; $2,800 only; $60o' down.
Geneva Farm Co.. Geneva. N. Y.
A CHANCE lo buy farm lahd direct
from -the owner, 6,0u3,vacres ranch and'
farm-, .situated eight, miles from the
gulf and seven miles rom the' railroad
Sixty mile N.-E. of Brownsville. Plenty
of rainfall for growing crops, good ar
tesian flowing, well water. Good climate
winter and numnnr. A tine tract to
colonlx. Will sell In a body or in 1,000
acre blocks. If interested write quick
for terms' to Box 119, Raymondvllle, Tex.
FARM fe RANCH LANDS FOR SALES
,Li!I.AVE nothing to trade, but hare a
16.3S2-aor tract which must go in a body
at $18.60 an acre.
Al80',Bt' JoMDh'' Island, near Rock-
Dnrt. Tot. 91 ftnrt ....... 1. 1 v. . .
' , , vw .' vm, YV lllV.il mull P
old In a body at $10 an acre; only twenty
" , si mat price, w. 11.
Graham, Cuero, Tex
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED-Pool hall or other small
business. Address, B 321, Bee.
WANTED TO RENT.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattlft Aotlve and Steady to Ten
HOGS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER
Fat and Feeder Sheep anil I.nmlis
Rtadr---Fat Latnb Ten to Kit
. tern Cent Lower Than
fmnTK1iUrllo?m naJ. VP1"1 Private
J5l,y bS llfcher and Invalid mother.
frn,i.BnS0'hBe' Wlthln eay es
to .South Omaha.
ItHAIj KbTATK XOANH
OMAHA humes. East Nebraska fcrra"
... O'KEEFL HIUL ESTATE
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas T I71S.
."V"M t vw .iiu up uesirea on im
proved real efltate Large loans a specialty.
228 State Bank Ulcfg.
LARGE loan our afeclalty. 8tuU BrosT
W A WTi;n' pu,. . ... " "
n? 4; luutB una warrant.
-r..... ww.. i-mma oi.
1 $10-12 Brandel Theater Bldg!
HARH1KO. MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
$10 to $19,000 made promptly.
Wead. Wad Bldg.. iSth and Vi
WANTED City loans. Pefrs Trust Co.
UVE BTOCi MiItKET OP WJCST
ShlD lfve stock to South OmiM h.
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
menu receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Stock Commlsalen Merehaata.
MARTIN BROS. Sc CO., JExchang Uldsj
. tiKQAXi NCmCKH.
! Sealed bid will be, rwe.iyed at the o(flo
of the City Clerk at SchuVler, Nebtaska;
un to September .23, 19J,-for the following;
t,ln,lnr ilfliinntUA lnald unn in ni.
kinetur 12 fxtt, height W feet.
Tainting smoKesutcK. uiameier 3 feet,
height CO fwt,
Painting smokestack. Diameter 3 feet,
height 80 feet.
Painting root ot power house, about
2,500 square feet SUdlOt
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat! No. 2
red, SSHflfllHo; No. 8 red, 91GK3c; No. 2
hard, S9u9c; No. 2 hard, SHO'SSc. No.
2 northern, 90iS92c: No. 3 northern, RS
90c; No. 2 spring, 8Bflic; No. S spring,
ssigstc; velvet chaff, 87JT9H40; durum, 87ft
81c. Cornl No. 2. 74lf74Vc: No. 2 white.
7IU$tt5c; No. 2 yellow, 74ffl76c; No. 8. ti)i
fi)74i)io; wo. a wnue, 74ViFi7iC , wo. 3 yel
low. SiiB74ic. oats: No. 2, 410; No. 2
whit. 43Ufl43Uo: No. 3 whlto. 4M43c;
standard, CM3Vic. Rys: No. I. CTfmnic
uaricy. iwosie. Timotny, i.wi-. Clover,
$9.Wtt6.75. I'ork. $22.M. Lanl. $ll.0M
11.07H. Ribs. $10.87HiSll.2S.
CHEESE Higher; daisies. 16mil6Uo;
young Amorlcas, 16U016Ho; long horns,
uuTTioit mgner; creameries ranvta.
EGGS Unchanged; receipts, H.611 cases.
POULTRY Unsettled: springs, los
POTATOES Higher; receipts, 60 ear;
Minnesota and Ohio, &Q$Se; Jersey, $1.00;
NlfiW YORK GENERAL MARKICT
ftuotntlonn ot the Day on Vartoa
NEW YORK. Bent. 16.-FLOUR-8teady;
spring patents. $l.04T4.70; winter straights.
$4.10ff4.20: winter patents, $4.404.GO; spring
oiears, extra no, i winter,
$3.55473.76; extra. No. 2 winter, $3.250160.
WHEAT Spot, steady; No. 2 rod. Wo;
No. 1 ndrthern Duluth. DSWe; December.
98Mc; May. $1,014.
llOP---teady; state, common to
choice, 1913 crop, 32fi35c; 1912 crop. 18Kta;
Pacific coast, 1913 crop, 22p2lc; 1912 crop,
HIDEf-Steady; Bogota, SlWlto;
Central America, 3v!481a
POTROIiEUM-Stoady; refined. Now
York, bulk, ?6.00; barrels, $8.70; cases,
WOOLHtcady; domcstlo fleece xx
corn Spot, easy; export, 82Wc.
OATS ?not. nulot: standard white.
49fl49V4c; No. 3, 4W8e.
1 1 ay steady ; standard. $i.oo: No. l.
81.05: No. 2, 6o; No. 3, 86c.
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 29
30c; seconds, 28ff29c.
PROVIHIONS-Pork, steady; mess,
$23.60034.00; family, $24.6026.60; Bhort
clear, $:O.2522.50. Beef, steady; mess,
$17.6CKtfl8.60; family, $19.0020.O3. Cut
meats, cosv: Dlcklcd bellies. 10 tn 14
ounds, isiee; pickled hams, 16&c
ard, steady; middle west $11.2011.SO! re-
iinca, oareiy steady; continent, $11,90;
South America, $12.65; compound; $9,25.
TALLOW Quiet; city, io nominal;
country, 6tf6e; special, fto.
Weather In toe Corn Belt.
United States Department of. Agricul
ture, weather bureau for Omaha, for the
twenty-four hours ending at 8 a. m.,
76th inoridlan time, Monday, September
OMAHA DIBTR1CT STATIONS.
High. Low. fail, Sky.
Ashland, Neb. .. 79 46 0 Clear
Auburn 75 49 0 Clear
Broken Bow ... 70 39 0 Clear
Columbus 76 62 0 Clear
Culbertson 72 41 o Clear
Fairtmry ....... 60 4 o Clear
Fairmont 76 44 0 Clear
Grand Island .. 78 44 0 Clear
Hartlngton 80 47 o Clear
Hastings 77 43 0 Clear
Uoldrege !I 1 Clear
.Lincoln 77 47 0 Clear
North Platte,. 7$ 44 0 Pt. Cloudv
Oakdale 78 43 0 Clear
Omaha 76 61 0 Clear
Tokamah 76 40 0 Clear
Valentine 80 64 . 0 Cloudy
Alta, la. 77 44 0 Clear
Cat roll 73 43 0 Clear
Cartnda 76 60 0 Clear
Sioux City 74 ,60 0 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of Temp. Rain
, District. Station. High. Low. fall.
Columbus 18 C6 46 ,00
Louisville 22 78 W .20
Indianapolis ..,,.. 14 70 60 .20
Chicago 24 72 46 .00
St. Louis 19 74 64 . 40
Dea Moines 23 7 64 .00
-Minneapolis 61 70 40 ,00
Kansas uuy zts 74 6i ,M
Omaha 17 76 46 .00
Remarks; Cool weather continues
throughout the, corn and wheat region
Frosts occurred at two stations in the
Chicago district and at three stations
in the 'Columbus district. Appreciable
-l. AMn.lM. In t.A 1 . n .. nn1 1 .
IIIUTTQia UUU.lu ,l, .111! -uillllCMWIIS.
Kansas City, fit. Louis. Louisville and
U A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau,
Stlnnrnpnll Grain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 15. W 1 1 E AT
No. 1 hard. 894o; No, 1 northern, 86
SBXct No. 2 northern, 84K80Kc: No. 2
hard Montana. 86Ho; No. 9, KKQKc.
September, 86c; December, 87c; May,
. -FLOUR Unchanged,
CORN No. 3 yellow, 70370Wc.
OATS No. 3 white, 39HQHc.
RYE No. 2, 60C2e.
St. Lonls General Market.
ST. LOU1B, Sept. 15, WHEAT No. 2
red, 92H5o; No. 2 hard, 87H9$Hc; Sep
tember, S9o; May, 970WV4O.
CORN-No. 2, 42Ho; No. I white, 44c;
September, 42c; May, 47C,
Flour bbls 17,000 23,000
Wheat, bu 109,000 73,000
Corn, bu 61,000 38.000
Oats, bu 141,000' 70,000
Omaha liar Market.
OMAHA, Sept. 15. PRAIRIE HAY No.
1 to choice upland, $13.00013.60; No, 2,
$12.00012.60: No. 3, $9.00fm.OO; No, 1 to
choice midland. $12.60313.00; No. 2, $12.00
12.50; No. 3, $9.COft11.00; No. 1 to choice
lowland. $9.00Q 10.00 ,-.No. 2, $8.00o.00; No.
STRAW Rye, $5,6081.00; choice wheat,
ALFALFA No. 1 to choice (pea green)
quotable. at $14.00-811.60; No. 2, $13.0014.00;
No. 3, $11.00.812.00.
Kansas Cltr Grain and Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Sept.' 16-WHRAT
Cash; No. 2 hard, 8?90c; No. 3 hard,
83fi8Xc; No. 2 red. Wfi93Vio; No, 3 red,
CORN-No, 2 white. 76fcc; No. 3 white.
' OATS-No. 2 white, iZo; No. 2 mixed.
Oil nnd Roaln.
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. COTTONSEED
OIL Market easy; prima summer yellow,
spot, $7.40; October, $7.18: December. $6.83;
ROSIN Market quiet; strained common
to good. $4.20.
TURPENTINE Market steady; ma
chine, barrels, 42c
' New York SIry Goods.
. NEW YORK. Sept. 16. Southern stapl
ginghams have been advanced hi cent a
yard. Percale Is selling freely, Btaple
dress goods opened at reductions for
spring of ffrom 10 to 17V4 per cent.
Klirln Dntter Market.
ELGIN. 111., Sept. 1S.-BUTTER-Flrm,
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 15, 1913.
. Itecelpts were! Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Estimate Monday .... ,00 2,800 Mi.oO
ffamo day last week... 11.613 2,187 67.S61
Same day 2 weeks ago 1,m 8.8K S0.930
game day 3 week ago 9.619 S,4M 21,716
Same day 4 week ago 6.977 S.804 N.Ofl
Same day last yar... 9,18$ 3.084 26,160
The following table atiows the recelpu
cattle, hogs and hep at th South
Omaha live morU rwi mr ttrn year to
dat a compared with last eart
. . 1M$ 191$. Inc. Dec.
Cattle , C0S.S31 008.070 761
HOga 1,947.771 S.SPG.323 ...... 1S3.905
Sheep ......1.T04.CJS l,K,7$i J4.661
Th following table ahuw th rang ot
prio for hogs at Soutii Omaha (or U
last few days, with comparisons: .
Pat. 1813. U18.1911.19I0.lXHl.UMg.llt07.
1SI 7 8!)H
8247 47 I 7 86 $ 57 $ tl
8 U 7 OS 9 02 (61 i
8 1 1 91 9 07 7 $7 (II
$35 94) 9 001 7 9J 1 61 6 81
98 8 91 7 93 0 4 .
$3S6979 0: 7E9C9Sl
136 9 1 7 ltt W 5 tl
I88T01 7 84 W i 8
83J6 91 937 6 71 68
8 3iex9i5 73 im
8 43 6 M 8 16 7 W 6 S7
6 78 l808 lX69O
held on until the last minute, trying to
get still stronger prices, but buyers re
fused to make any further concessions
and the Inst tales were made In just
about the smne notches an the first ones,
that is. strong to 6o higher than the aver
age at the close ot last week. Most of
tho hogs sold nt a range of $7.86OT.90,
with best lights selling as high ns $8.66.
A number ot traders were ot the opinion
that n part ot the strength was due to
the fact that the quality ot the offerings
was generally better than on Saturday.
Receipts numbered about forty cars, or
2.000 head, being over 600 larger than last
week, but nearly COO smaller than for
the corresponding Monday ot last year,
Receipts and disposition "ot live "stock
at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-tour hours ending at 3 o'clock
p. m. yesterday:
Cattle.Hogs.Bhep.H r a.
C, M. & St. P. 1
.Missouri l'aciiic... z
Union Paciric 73
C, & N. V east..,. 6
C. & N. V., west.... W
C., St. P. M. fk O.. 9 6
C,, U. dt Q-, east.... 2 1
C, B. A Q west.. .,199 9 11 1
C, It 1. U P., east.. 6 6
C, R, I. ft P., weet. t
Illinois central s l .. .,
Totals receipts.. ii (0 ffl "I
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co K 407 2,7:
Swirt & Co 779 476 2,812
cudahy Packing Co 1.172 $10 1.213
Armour & Co., 624 161 4,028
hchwatu & Co si
U P. Co.....' 10
S. O. P. Co.......,., 10
Hlncialr ,,. ,, 87
W. H. Vnnanl ha IM
Denton Vunsunt & Lush 321
Hill ft Bon,., , U19 ,
F. D. Lewis 4,70 ,.,
Huston ft Cd.i........... 93 ..:
i, u. iiuui oc uo,..,.i,.... Ida
J, II. uuun na
Ii. F. HUSX 101
Rosenstock Bros. 04s
McCreary & Kollogg.... 101
Werthelmer & Degen... 629
H. F. Hamilton 334
Sullivan Bros 21
Mo. ft Hans-Calt Co.... 25
Huffman , . 14
L'oud ft K x 20
Clme ,. ii2
Glattberg , 1
L'aker Jone ft Smith... 34
Tanner Bros 269
down Cattle Co 192
uiner liuyers ; 86K
Total 8,614 1,378 39,441
CATTLK-Cattle reoelpt wero llbernl
this morning, althourh smaller than tho
corresponding day last year by almost
.wu nena. xney wero, however larger
than two weeks ago or a year ago, Tno
arrivals, as a matter of course, uonalsted
very largely ot range steer with a very
liberal snowing of butchers' stock and a
sprinkling or corn fed steers.
The market on beet steer was strong
to a much as loo higher, the demand
fur desirable wesUrn beeves being gooa
and tho trade fairly active, wlnti the
market waa once under way. corn fei
beef steer were fully steady with lust
week, some ot the same cattle that
brought to a week ago sold at that Drift
Cow and heifers were free seller at
price that wero in many case lOo highet
and nt least strong for th general run
Stookers and feeder were in actlv
demand and anything at fell deslrabk
changed hands very rapidly at an ad
vance of at least 160 oVer last week
Considering the large receipts, the
market was in splendid condition and
from a seller's standpoint entirely satis
factory. Quotations tin cattte) aood to choir.
cornfed beef steer, $8.2009.to;, fair to good
corniea liter steers, jj.wys.w; common
to .fair cornred beet Bteers, $7.0037.90;
good 10 choice range beeves, I7.2W7.76;
fair to good cornfed range beeves, $e.6O0
7 20: Common to fair cornfed range beeves,
$$.HH36.60; good to choice helfi.rs, $a.25
7.26; fair to choice cows, $8.007.00; fair
to good grades, $S.160.oo; common to
fair grade, $3.2506.00; good to choice
stookers and feeders, $6.868.00; fair to
good stocker and feeders, sf-264j.sS,
common to fair itooker, J5.764j6.2S; stook
ccw and heifer, $4.7i$ftl.6u; veal calves,
J&.JOtfO.DO: bulls, stags, etc. 55.0036,60.
BEEF STEERS. 4
No. Atr. Pr. No. Av.
tl.. til I 76 it lMtt
STEERS AND HEIFERS,
1$ ill 1 1
no 4 76
lit t 00
1440 I 7t
.1174 I 10
11M t to
STOOKERS AND FEEDERS.
CO 6 00
, 1(0 t (0
(U I II
, til M
, Ml (10
, 80S 60
.... 70 I 10
690 I W
. Kl4 'I 1ft
JM 21 1
910 7 U 1
7 (0 4
6 60 1
...1110 I 10 I......
Ml I 71
, 29 8 00
S70 ( 10
to I 10
M I M
lit I II
T20 5 M
1W I 00
, Ml 40
IM I 60
.170 7 00
101 I 15
4(0 I II 3 121 7 71
V....MM I ii
24 feeders.. 870 6 70 25 feeders..l038 7 10
26 cows 1033 6 20 20 feeders.. 830 6 75
IS feeders.. 1116 7 26
4 cows.. ...1020 6 66
H cows 600
So feeders.. 928
40 heifer.. .10a:
24 feeders.. 1160 7 00
8 cows... .1006 4 60
20 feeders.. 1216 7 00
20 feeders,. fc00 6 65
28 feeders.. 1247 7 $0
1 bull 1C00 5 40
16 heifer... 6
72 feeders.. 871
8 cows 1022
31 feeders.. 698
920 8 60 8 COWS.,... 941
1 heifer.... GW
80 cows 1036
21 steers.... 1237
6 70 ll feeders.. 692
7 30 88 feeders.. 1127
83 cows 966
48 cows...,. 978
4$ COWS 1024
22 bulls 1333
2 COWS 806
64 feeders.. 1066
21 steer.. .1076 7 00
a steers.,., lew
60 feeders, ,1188
21 feeders.. 1076
22 mixed... .1106
&. cows.. ...1068
83 COWS... ..1023 20
14 cows 912 4 66
$4 feeders.. 868 7 1
HOGS Supplies were light today, ,and
while buyers were slow. In taking hold,
first sales were finally made. - at prices
that were fully steady with Saturday's
best time, or strong to 60 higher, than
the general market shippers bought a
number ot loads, paying prices that were,
fully steady and In some cases possibly
a little higher, Trad was draggy all
the way through, but owing to the light
run practically everything had been
cleaned up by 10 o'clock. Some salesmen
No. AY. 8h
71....... t( ...
m ii :io J to
Mi. Ul I,. 7H
W K$ M t M
.,f1 H III
...IM loo ? II
..Id 150 7 U
.utM 1 00 1 II
io..,. ..its ,i.
i m (M
( in ii
(7 ,.2(1 110 IH
.III 1(0 T H
At, eh. Pr.
.ni m 7 w
,m ... 7K
47 W T W
... T 0
40 7 0
1W 1 M
IM 7 XI
1 7 n
wo t vr,
0 7 im
.. T M
Ill, . . M 8 M, . . (1 ... I W
SIIKKP The chief interest thi morn
ing was In feeding lambs, as a libera)
run ot sheep and iambs for the first day
of the Week consisted mostly ot lambs
on the feeding order and the demand wati
strong and actlv at price ahowlng
practically the same range a at the close
Of last week. The bulk of the beat of
ferings moved around $6.25r6.60, weight
and quality fixing the price. The lee de
slrable kinds were also In very fair de
mand and sold anywhere from $6.6084.26.
The Inquiry for anything in the feeding
line was good all around, a was evi
denced by th presence ot a many coun
try buyers a ha been aeen here since
tho beginning of tho season.
Tho killing end of today' receipts was
made up largely ot fat lamb, though tho
quality In general was only talr, there
being few if any really good lambs on
sale. Owing to the fact that more sort
ing than usual wns necessary It was
some time before the fat stuff wna pro
Behtable to the packer buyers, o It was
rather late tn the forenoon before tho
bulk of the best grades ot lunibi changed
hands. What was don In the early
hours Indicated very fair activity on a
basts about I0i6o lower than Friday, or
steady with Thursday, on Friday the
supply wa extremely light and, at thkt
toart ot it wa shipped direct to a local
Mutton offering were scarce again and
fat ewes wero the principal ottering,
,,r.lc?! flowing no material change. It
In Bht be aiMei! h..r tho, r.,ii.,r t,n
of all kind continued scarce.
louay total receipts amounted lo 172
car, pr around 3,oo had, against 67.861
head last Monday and 26, lis head on the
m day a yeai; ago.
Quotation on shet and lambs: lAmb.
food to choice. 97.BVif7.sat lambs, fair to
(rood, $6.6607.15; lambs, culls, $8.0tr6.00;
aniua, leeaers, w.i&qje.eo; yearlings, good
lh e? J&S68'781.. yrllngs, fair td
good. 16.2j-fTfl.ftO! vnarllnvs f ti im
R.50i wethers; good to oholoe. $t.2S374.50!
wowiers, lair 10 good. $I.WW4.2S: Wethers.
Ifr.8J,,',6'S;'i Pwe' 001 t choice.
$4.00I.16 ewes, fair to good, 13.7604.00;
ewe, feeder, lioowann. m,H '.k7.UuvCt
3.00. ' w
NEW YORK mi MARKET
Realizing Sales Check Advance and
Heavy Qffctingi Absorbed.
CAN FOR A TIME IS LEADER
Copper Shares Slake n Temporary
Showlnnr of Strength tin As
nnnncement Some Prodncera
.Advanced Price to IT.
lfWW TORK. Bept 15.-neallilng sates
today checked the advance In stocks.
The market absorbed heavy offerings ot
the favorite issues with comparative ease
and, although there were material re
cessions at times, no evidence of under
lying weakness developed.
Tho favorite stocks were. Unloaded In
round amounts at the opening-. Canadian
Pacific and Union Pacific felt back
ctulckly, the exceptionally large gains ot
these Issues last week having made them
vulnerable. Reading was the only one
ot the leaders to retain some of Its re
cently acquired strength. First sign of
a recover)- from tho depression came
among the Industrials, In which specula
tion grew active after It became evident
that tho Usual leader were inclined to
lag, Can for a tlmo was the market
leader and scored a 2-nolnt Bain. Har
vester, American Tobacco and other less
known Issues wore pushed forward.
Gradually the wheat market moved up
and in the early afternoon losses among
the prominent stock had been made up.
?'he recovery was availed of, however,
or further distribution, and In the final
hour's trading tho list fell back again.
Conner shares made a temnorAry ahow
lng ot strength on th announcement that
tho price ot the metal had been advanced
by some producers to 17 cents. There -was
another rise in the London metal mar
ket. Lndon, which unloaded stocks
steadily on last week's rise, disposed ot
16.000 shares on halanan ham today. An
other unfavorable influonoa waa the stif
fening or money rates, wnicn nrew at
tention to the fact that the monetary
situation was not ucn a, to encouragn
speculative activity on a largo scale at
Uonds were Irregular. Total sale, par
value, $1,690,000. United State 2s and 4s,
registered, nnd Panama zs ueciweu,
Panama 3s registered an advance on call.
Number and sale ot leading quotations
on stocks were as follows!
8ln. llUth. Low, Clme
Amlhiite4 CWtxr ... I7.M0 nt 71H i
Amarlctn Agricultural .
American llttt Butar.... l.OM
American Can .......... 47.W0 sH
Amarltan Can ptA ...... 1.000 WK
American C. A K . SW 41
American Cotton Oil.,,., 1.100 44
American Ice Securities. 300 31
American l.lnaeed 300 i
American lcotnolle ... M0 14H
American . a k.i..,,,. ,iw iv
l Nebraska feeder lambs
118 Nebraska ewes
vi ivem-aska owes
35 6 03
96 4 10
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MAHKI3T
Cattle, Host and Hueep Tea Cents
33 Nebroaska Ismhx 71
"J Nebraska feeder 6we 72
?l t; . 1 . 14 teaer ewes. ...... si
14 Nebraska vemrlinirn ..w
318 Idaho feeder lambs...., $3
234 Idaho feeder lambs ,., 63
202 Idaho feeder lambs.,....... 62
100 Idaho feeder lambs., 82
217 Idaho feeder jambs. ..,,., 62
jib mano iceucr iambs.,.,.,,.,, 62
231 Idaho efeder lambs 02
206 Idaho feeder lambs ,. 62
u idano feeder ewe. ....... ..100
orn steers, $6.10116.25; stookers and fed
ers. $5.60cs.(i0; oows and heifers, $3.65
K.00; Calre. $8.75011.60.
iitpuH-Roeeipts. 81,000 head; strong,
uiHiici, uuih ot Mies. if.nnrs.: nun
iiner; oum 01 saies, R,ij(zrs.45; light,
).t; mixed. $7.65110.00: heavv. 17.V.
i.n?uTh,. $7-Mi5T.76i pigs, $4.70f.6o.
aiiBUSP AND IjAMUS-Ilecelpts, 63,000
tm& ."B.oe? teady to 10c higher; laiiih
mostly toe lower; native sheep, $J.604.S5;
western, W.75CHj.kit V earrings.' i4.76S5.75
Jojnbs, naUre, $5.0087.201
Stf Lonls I.tve Btvokt 'Market.
ST. IX3iriB. Sent. 18. flATTl.t?! .
celpts, 8,600 head) lOo to 16o higher! good
to Cholcj steer. $7.25tp-00: stackers and
feeders, $5.as7.6v; cow And heifers, $4.76ai
8.76; bulls, $5.7&y.76: calves. $fl.il0.60:
southprn steers. $O.00r7,76t cow and
HOG3-Rocelpts, fl.000 head; BOlOo
higher; pigs and lights, $6,251(18.90; mfxed
ifliL.bi!.toher W-S-Wi Ktxxl heavy,
. 8HKEP AND IAMRS-RecelPts, 3,800
head; steady; muttons, $.1.264.t)0; year
lings. $5-00(B.00; Jambs, $5.60&7.40; culls
ahd bucks, $2.OOiT4.O0.
Kansas City Live stock Market.
KANSAS CITY", Sept. 16. CATTkB-Re-ceipu,
26,000 head; strong to 16o higher;
prime fed steer, $S.0t.23j dresked beef
steers, $7.7508.00; western steers, $6,604?
S.CO! southern ilr 1S.MI rtl. na,r
M.06o.76t heifer. $5.o6a.: stookers and
Jjefew'of mmi bulu' I'-WiW-W; calves,
HOa-Reeelpts, 4,800 head; Btjiofc
WELb""4 p' '. $8.00(88.60; heavy,
$$.0008.25; Paekers and, butchers, $8.00
.: light, $.0Ofl,00; nigs. $5.76tOT.0Or
BljKfip AND LABfl-Rocelpts, 14,000
head: steady to lOo lower; lambs, .76tfii7.35:
fllonx Cltr Lire ataek market.
SIOUX CITY, Ih., Sept, 1S.-CATTL.IB-Recclpts,
t,W) heud: market 10025a higher:
V&il $-8Wf7.65: cows and heTfer.
K.V.Vflfl.W): canner. $4.00076.00! Mtneke-m anil
jfj?rs. $0.6007.00; bulls, stage, etc., $3.30
. .HOOH Receipts. 2,000 head! market lOo
nigner; tieavy, $7.70717.80; mixed. $7.9Wr
kuv, i.iwu-(,in; duk ot soles, 87.76
HIIKEP AND LAMnS-ReCelpts, 1.200
7 "c.lJ'r.'S'- ewes, iJ.WWJiSi
St, Joseph Lire Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, Mo., Kept. 15. CATTLE
ltecaipts, Z.1W neaa; market. strong to
ivc mgner; steers, s.w.'a.in; oows and
heifers. $4.00478.60; calves. $l.tOH10.00.
HOQS Receipts. 6,600 head; market, 6c
higher: top, $8,451 bulk, $X.OOti8.40.
H1H3KI AND LAMIIB Reoelpts, 0,000
' 4lvcjiiPi V.WV
slow and lower; lambs.
Live Stock in Sight.
Following Is the receipts ot live stock
at the six principal markets:
aCttte. Hoes. Sheen.
. 6,000 2,006 1,200
,6,000 4,800 11.000
. C.600 6.000 3.MM
16,000 31,000 63,000
South Omaha ..,
Total receipts .... 64.400 23,030 113.900
Mvapnrrttra Appie ana uriea Fruit.
NBW YORK. Sept. 15. EVAPORATED
APPLES Quiet and firm; fancy, $9
bo: choice, 7V4(c; prime, 6G7c.
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes, firm: Cali
fornia fruit, 3Vil2c; Oregon, 5Vi6Hc
Apricots, quiet; choice, 12712Ho extra
choice, 13fll3Vio; fancy, 14015c. Peaches
firm; choice, 6VS; extra choice, Wyeiic;
fancy, VMTiic. Raisins, firm; loose mus
catels, 4HWic; choice to fancy seeded,
61407c; aeedless, iKWici London layers,
Liverpool Grain market.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 15.-WHEAT-3pot,
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 7V4d; No. 2. 7s
td; No. , 7s 3d. Futures, easy; Octo
ber, 7s 2Ud; December, 7s lTtd,
CORN o pot. steady; American mixed,
new. 6 9d. Futures, quiet) October, 6
2d; December, 6s d.
PLOUR-Wlnter patents. 28 9d.
HOPS In London; Pacific coast, 6 15s
Key to tho Situation Bee Advcrtlslnc.
American B. a It. sti
Ameelean Hnear itetlnln n.
American. T. T.,(V.... 0
l,..,lA,h TaIiIpm 1 m Sill
Anaconda Mlnlhi Co..,.. . ' H
Atehlaon ...., Ul, H Mfi
Atlantln Coast 'Mne.ti'.r,
llaltlreor & Oh1(....i
nethienem. Bteai .
UrboVljn ntld Tranalf..
CheMpe a Ohio. I.7M ItH
Ohlcaco (treat Western., 1,900 14U
Chlcaso. M. A St. J'.,.. 4.S00 10Jj
Chlcaira a NOrthwealern too ltSH
Colorado K. A I....... 1,100 IIM
Conaollilatetl uas ..... ...-
orn Prwlucu im 11H
peiawara Huason..... ......
tlcnver ttlo Clrande. .. 100
rxavar V II. O. e,M..... 100
nuilllerV aeourltlea.t.i. too
, 1,709 HU, 98 .
eno . rrA vL
,ioo :jih :w
Krle lit fli
Krle 8d tfi ,,,,,,,
Oaneral Electric ........
arrait Nerthem rM
Ort-at Northarn Of ttfs.
Illlnnla Central ,
international rarer .....
Kanaaa Cltr Boutnern.
Uacledo Oa .! ...
Ijehish Valier ... .$w T iwi ig
liulaYllle A Nakhyllle..
M , Bt. I', ft 8. Bta M.. ..
Mlisourl. It. a T . '
Mlnnurl PaCKIO 4,700
National niacult 100
N. It. R. of M. td Dtd. too
Wew York Central 700
New York O. & W
Norfolk a Wentern,....
North American .......
Vadtlo Mall ...ti.nt,.
P, O. C- ft St. Li..,.,.
Ired Steel Or
I'ullman raiace uar ...
Otepubllo Iron aV Bteai... 4,!M
Iioptitille I. B. ptJ.,..
Hock Inland Co
Ilock island C pM
fit. U A B. t. '
seaboartl Alr Lino,.... ..
KVUblMMl A. 7.. Did......
nioM-Btieffleld B, & I,
ttoutliern raclllo (. ......
am ii ,
irnt i .
111U 1IIH 113
i:H4 iz34i isiu
Tenneaaee Oapner ,.
Texas Paclho1 ..
Union Taclflu p(d
unit,! fitaiea Iteiltr. .
United Htetea Rubber,.,. 1.100
tfnlferf mates fctaal 04.001)
United PUtea Bteel pfd.. IW 10H
Utah Conner 3.0 II
VaOarollna Cham...... 900
Wabash pft .
WaiJern M inland SOO
Western Union 200
Wtlnhouae Blattrlo... 800
Wheellna i: Ijiks Erie,. ......
Total salts tor the oar, 491,100 shires.
Now York Money Market.
NBW TORIC, Sept.- 15.-rMONIiiY-i-On
call. trm at 24413 per cent; rulijiB rale.
S per cent: closing, tG3 per cent. Time
loans, trong; sixty days, 4U64V4 per
cent: ninety days. 4K4H per cent; six
months, WCi per cent.
PRIME MEliCANTILn rAPER-6W(SI
STERLING KXCHANQE-Steady at
$4.8245 for sixty-day bills and $4.8575 for
demand: commercial bills, $4.63H. . .
8ILVRR Bar, COHc; Mexican dollars,
HONDS Government and railroad, Ir
.NEW YORK, Sept 15. METALS Lead,
eVady, $4.70, bid; London, il9176d.
Spelter, steady; $5.8585.90; London, 1216.
Copper, firm; standard spot and Septem
ber offered at $17.00; Ooctober and No
vember offered at $13.75; electrolytic
$18.7517.00; lake, $17.00; castings, $1.62V4Q)
18.76. Tin, firm:, spot and Beptember
$42.T&a.00; October, $42.07gB2.75 No
vember, $42.50042.76. Antimony, dull;
Cookson's, $8. SO. Iron, firm; No. 1 north
ern, $18.00918.60; No. 2 northern, $15.76
18.25: No. 1 Southern. $15.26015.76; No. 1
koutliern, soft, $15.2616.76. London mar
kets closed a follows: Copper, firm;
spot, 174 Us; futures, 74 7sd. Tin,
firm; spot, 119416s; futures, 191. Iron
Cleveland warrants, 64 4Hd.
ST. LOUIS, Bept. 15.-METAL8 Lead,
lutet at $4.65; spelter, steady at $5.73.
NEW YORK. Sept. 15,-COTTON-8pot.
steady; middling uplands, 13.25; suit. 12.50.
Cotton future closed steady: Septem
ber, 13.11c; October, 13.06c; December.
13.03o; January, 12,90c; March, 12,01c: May,
13.06c: July. 13.19c.
Cotton closed steady, net two points
lower to two points hither, the lowest
level of tho day.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 15,-COTTON-Spot
in limited demand; prices steady; mid
dling fair. 8.03d; good middling. 7.75d.
middling-, 7.47d; low middling-. 7.25d; good
ordinary, .59d; ordinary, 6.26d. Sales
NEW YORK. Sept. 15.-COFFEE-OW-lng-
to easier European cables the market
for coffee futures opened at a decline of
two to four points today, but selling was
limited nnd price later rallied on caver
tng, bull support and European buying.
Close was steady, fourteen to nineteen
potntB higher. September, 8.84c; October,
8.65c; December, 8.81c; January. 8.90c:
March, .09c! May, 9.21e; June, 9.26c Spot
coffe. steady; Rio No. 7. 9cf Santos No.
4, Uftb, .Mild quiet; Cordova, mttc.
- j ' j
NEW YORK. Bept. '15.-SUQAR-Raw.
market barely steady: Muscovado. 8.230
S.2a; centrirugal, J.70frJ.7c, molasses,
2.9SOS.01o; refined, quiet; cut loar. 6.00c,
crushed, 6.60c; Mould A, 6J6o; cube, 1.05c;
XXXX powdered, 4.95o: powdered, .90o;
fine grar.ulated, 4.80c; Diamond K, 4.80c,
confectioners A, 4.60c; No. 1, 4.55c.