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THE BEE: OILAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1913.
citv rnorERTr ron bams.
2 Cottages Corner
ueiween xm and Amfts Ave. lines; both
- r- r7 . w Hll.l r watse
both Titer and gas. Room tor another
house. Can make thl pay W Pr cent
O'KEEFR REAL, E6TATE- CO.,
1016 Omaha Rational. Dour las 2715.
Evening: H. 8SS or It M44,.
half a block from th 34tb Street cor on
Ellison Ave. Full lot, houio U all mod
ern except hat- Practically new and In
Up-top condition. One of the moit at
tractive little home both Inside and out
that we haye seen. This is really worth
13,000. Let us show It to you right away
a i It will not last more than a few days.
Tyler ISM. flO-UtU State Bank Bldg.
fP -f fine building low
I near the ear i
ll I c'ty water, BvOO
X a Milnn! term
1 r,-WM t a WT.VTf
without Interest; you can urt to puna
is soon as you pay your dollar.
JH. JI, KARPF.R,
J4U-14 City Natl Bank Did.
P&on Douglas 3698.
tAIaL KINDS PF STVE AND SIX
ROOM HOUSES FOR BALel ON
"SERVICE THAT SELLS.''
(S3 Bee Bldg. Phpne Douglas 40X.
KAN8C0M PARK, west side. Seven
rooms, nearly new; hardwood Instdei hot
air. electricity, gas; exceptional location;
accessible; all improvement!. Douglas
, ACREAGE FOR SALE.
ACREAGE CLOSE TO CAR LINE.
Two acres, all sot out in fruit; new
6-room house, six blocks from Walnut
Jftll car Una. Can be bought for 4,200,
GALLAGHER & NELSON.
483 Brandel Bids. Oniohi, Neb.
FARM A BAKCIl LANDS FOR ALE
1C0-ACRE farm i ilbw Lamberton.
good buildings, good evil, running water
In pasture, school house on corner, telet
Phone and mail route, t-V per acre. A.
C. . Anderson. Lamberton. Minn.
FOR BALE 310 acres good winter
wheat land on main line Burlington,
Crow, reservation, Montana; partly Irri
gated small bouse; quick sale, 115 per
acre. -This buy will make you money,
terms. Address Box S3, Crow Agency,
i 1 ,
Driving distance of Omaha; bargains.
Let us show you the goods. All sljes,
al) Price! 'J terms.
OWN 8. MrTURILL CO.,
Northwest Corner 23d and M B(s.
Phone South 1603. South Omaha. Neb.
NORTH PLATTK FOREST RESERVE,
3,vvv acres jdi iwia, ana b ntowirH nn
itary reserve, 44.4S0 acres, open for regis
tratlon by lottery at North Platte. Nb.,
' beginning October 13, ending October 23,
1813 Drawings at North Platte, Neb 1
10 o'clock a- -m.. October as. Uli. and
continuing as long as necessary. You can
register for 610 acres. President's proc
lamation signed September 90j .Write, for
Colonization and Industrial Agent,
union t.rwans -anroui
FOUND ANOTHER HOMESTEAD 3a0
acres, JO miles out; In settled nolghbpr
hood; fine farm land, not sand hills.
Price 3178, Tiling fees and all. In corner
of Colorado. J. A Traoy. Kimball, Neb.
FREE government land In northern
Etevena county, . Washington, rh;re. p.
failure of crop Is unknown. Good soil,
good climate, no drouth. For partic
ulars address Floyd C, Smith, Northport,
RKAL estate loans
LOANS of $1100 and up desired on Im
proved real estate. Large sums a spe
cialty. W, 11, THOMAS.
as State Bank Bldg.
. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska, frms
O'kEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2175.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city
property in any amounts.
H. W. BINDHR.
K3 City National Bank Bldg.
LARGE loans our speolalty. Btull Bros.
acL CITY LOANS. Bems-CarJberg Co.,'
u 310-S1J Brahdels Theater building.
HARRISON & MORTON, H Om. Nat.
HOO to S10.000 jnade promptly. F, D,
Tivm. Miv.'i m.j w....,..
fiARVIN BROS. bZXAM.
WANTED-Olty loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
WANTED--City loans. Petera Trust Co,
WANTED TO BUY,
llaxhman "will treat you 'right 1 besi
prices for furn., olothes & shoes. W. 5146,
WANTED TO RKNT.
WANTED Tp rent for winter, modem
furnished house in Farnam or Hanscom
Park district containing nine or ten
rooms. Myron X Learned, C0Q Bee Bldg,
WANTED to lUt (0 all modem houses
nd aparatmenta In good locations for
either sale or rent We are located on
one of Omaha's most prominent comers
and are receiving calls for rental prop
erties dally. Place your rental lists with
Bankers Realty Investment Company,
Oround Floor Bee Bldg,
Comer 17 & Farnam Sts.
Telephone Douglas 3313
DESK-room wth or without desk. Adi
drew O 30. Bl
WANTED Room end board by a gen
tleman; Ute price, Address N , Bee.
lilVE STOCK MAHKET OF WEST.
Ship live stock to (South Omaha, Save
ment rtcey prompt and careful attem
Live btock Commission Msrebaitts.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg
ENTERED INTQ LIFE-Friday, October
r rs. itenry xr, uaay, agea 64 years.
r wjicru services will 00 neia on jun
day at 3 o'clock p, m-, at her home, 305
South Uth street Interment Forest
Kansas Cty litre Stock- Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct, 17. CATTLE
Receipts, tOCil heed: market steady;
prim fed steers, tt7&$23; dressed beef
steers, t7.75424.7ej, western steers, $S.2S&
B.71; southern teers, tS.COU7.(X; oows.
U.iZ&l.W; heifers, .08.C0; stoekera and
feeders. t6.C06s.C6; bulls, tS0C0; calves,
HOQS-Recelpts, 3.200 head. Market
steady to le lower, bulk. U.008.t2H
heavyr $3.1008.33; packers and butchers
S.006S.32H; light -17.96(88.3; pits,
SHEHP Receipts. 4.7CO head. Market
steady to 10a higher; lambs, t&00g&73;
yearilnga, S5.0OSC.t0: wethers, LCr
MM, ewes, J-CO!K&.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Buenoi Ayret Brokers Exporting Big
Shipments of Com.
WHEAT IS DUMPED ON HASKET
Oeta a Little Too Heavy for
Lonara and They Institute Rtg
Hlar Old-Fashioned "Stil
OMAHA, Oct 17. 191.
The fact developed yesterday that one
big concern at Buenos Ayree, Argentine,
has sold S, 409,000 bushels of corn to man
ufacturers of the United Statee and Can
ada. The manager of the grain and seed
department of this firm, Cart Hlrschler,
was on the Hoard of Trade yeaterday
looking over the corn situation In the
west. This gentleman places the export
abl8. HrP,u 'n that country a around
16,000.000 bushels. Ho says that while
there Is some of the southern hemisphere
corn still in the stocks of the Importing
countries of the old world, these supplies
are not large, and that they will be
dwip upon froni y da. nd tht
additional corn will be wanted there In
the near future. As to the likelihood of
th Importation of Argentine corn Into
Kansas and other states for feeding pur
poses, Mr, Hlrschler said the probabili
ties are that good shipments will be
made, and from the. spirit of his con
versation he is here looking after the
matter. This grain will come In at the
There Is an old-fashioned "selling bc"
In the wheat pit yesterday and It was
generally agreed that th grain to come
put was not against the new crop of
the northwest, nor that of western Can
ada, but that It was slmon pure lone
tuff, which was becoming too heavy for
the holders to carry longer without caus
ing considerable Inconvenience and losses
. m ?&er w POMlWe chance
of "nursing" the market 'and holding it
firmly, so that grain might be dumped
to advantage, as nearly every Interest In
the trade poured wheat out of Its chutes
tu tS',waKer the position the larger
the offerings. Both the northwest and
southwest sent In claim that the wbt
movement would Increase In the' very
n,ar Ju.,ur .nd tht the grain to come
SSk t..the wlntr wheat belt was being
sold by farmer nn the. recent good rains
and fine stand of the new plant.
S.1 whct waa Uo to lo lower.
. T"S,t'clni market uaed hiore
P'h, when aeveral , previous day are
taken mto consideration. There waa
quite a flurry In the market at the open-
15.. ..sl,orU.were buvrs. followed by
(scattered Investors. Of the P5.O0O bushels
sold yesterday the corn products com
panies bought O.O0Q for ehlpment to their
eastern piants-thls in spite of the liberal
purchase of that corn from, the south-
fKo lower P Crn VM i0
Losses were shown in oata. with the
principal Infiuenoe. th.Smiiw fofwd of
a cargo of Canadian jpats, of-which 100.000
bushels were sold 0 go VstoVeT These
oats graded standard and they paid IllOOO
duty Into the coffers ofUnSle Im. The
situation In that grain may be called
rather bearish, as the cash business was
again quite email at J0p,0 bushels. Cash
oats were K&Ko lower.
?r?:nct,!, W1 V ur. equal to
BOuhel Crn bbpbj; oats,
'Uvn?Llc0Ml "Wheat, leiHtf lower;
cprn. mH lower, '
Primary wheat receipts were 1,01760
bushels and shipments 798.000 bushels,
against reoelpU of l&CS.(tt0 bushels and
Bhipmenta of J,OSl,00(J buahels last year,
Primary corn r&selpts were M,000 bush
els and shipments 889,000 bushels, against
receipts of 3S9.000 btishels and shlpmaalf
of J92.000 bushels iat year.
Primary pau receipts were n6,0 bush
els and shipments 618,000 bushels, against
tJnPWl W3'(l00 buniU and shipments
of P&9.W0 bushels last year,
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago jo 6
Minneapolis , , ..,.
uiuth , m
Omaha . ,,, . t( CS At
Kansas City.,.,,,..,, m C3 IT
St. JjouIs... 41 it
Winnipeg ,. ..
int iouowing cash sales were reported
Wheat: No. 3 hard winter, cars,
No, 8 spring, 1 car, 77Vic 4 cars, 76Ho; 1
car, tte No, 4 durum, 1 car, 7fc. Np. S
mixed. J car, 77Mc No. 4 mixed, 1 car,
76c. Ryei No. , 1 car, 69Mc. Corn; No.
t white, I cars, 6Vi8, Jio. 3 white, I
ears 68c. o. white, 1 car. pf, No. 2
K?.,.,6" . No. S yellow, 16 cars.
"7aJ F.0' yeIlw. 1 car, MV.O. No. t
u. 'i 'crtnVw: Or ajmxed. cars,
7c; l ear, WUc 1 car. 67o; 6 pars, WWc.
No. mUedr 1 ear. MUnt K r.r M
PUL .whlt. r, 7Kc Standard'.
. eioj 1 car, jkiHC. no. 3 white. II
sprini. mnta; N0..2 Tfunim'
S durum. 743177c. Com: Nn. !
No. a white, 6o; Na.4 white, MWgtfo;
No, 2 yellow, 6S01 No. 3 yetlow, 7Koi 1 No
i rj&V!i,,t!to&i. jJ.,W!ii no,
I. 66H37M,0! No. 4. IhfKSMr. ' Ttat. Nr.
white, 37Vio; standard, ITot No, 8 white,
no, wimc, wvana. xianey:
Featares of he Tmdlntr n4 Closlnv
Price on Board of Trade,
CHICAGO, Oct. 17.-Huge stocks of
'r Jpnrop leaving no apparent
outlet for Canadian shipments unles thd
marketing be done thl side of th border
Kept the prices today on the downward
greae, Aiier an unusuaiiy active esion
and violent fluctuations, the close was
nervous, jo to Ho net lower. Other
leading staples, top, all showed losses
compared with the previous close, corn,
Wo to H$jc: oats. HOU? to Ho, and
provisions, SHio to 7Hc.
Foreign ports were said to be so
glutted that etorago room for wheat had
become exhausted, quotations sharply de
pressed, and Importers chary about mak
ing any purchas whatever at present
Traders here could scarcely get their
bearings this morning before the market
had again broken the low price record
fpr this year's crop. Pessimists mean
while were busy declaring that the
radically bearish action of Liverpool
which bad to a great extent been the
cause of tile latest break here left no
alternative but tor the Canadian crop
to be headed toward the United States.
Profit taking by shorts led- to a couple
of good rallies lu wheat, but Wall street
weakness and bearish, advices regarding
growth conditions In the winter crop
pelt proved a decided offset
Corn suffered from liquidating sales
after prices had rallied on account of
shorts covering because of rainy weather
over tfc entire shipping belt The
weakness was attributed mostly to the
downturn In 'heat and there was some
recovery In tue late dealings. Oats sold
off with other grain, but reacted owing
tp report that Canadian oats here would
not grade nearly as wl as expected.
There were also rumors of the buying
back of Canadian shipments sold in th
packers were credited with supporting
provisions early, but grain weakness
mode the market heavy later. A de
cline at the yards counted also against
Arttclel Open.) High. I Low. Close-ITeefy.
SHU 82HI 83
Corn- i I
IJH KHCtt 3fT!
' S3 f 12 45 fit 47HI It 55
l7S (1S65 87i6
J an.. II 62-!
ian. 10 27-32
lay. !l0 45-85
10 S3 I 10 27HI 10 33
10 42-45110 42-451 10 47H
'l0t 1 10 S7Mf 10 KA
10 42UT10 i2-4510 45-47
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No, 2 red,
162c; No. 8 red. togtlc; No, 2 hard.
Sjyestc; "No. 3 hard. SJSJStUc, No. 2
northern, 83fce84ic No. S r.erthern. 81H
33?ic; No. 2 spring. SJKCStUc, No. 3
spring, 81083c; velvet chaff. S16S4c,
durum, 7S3Hla Com; No. 2. 6$&$c;
No. S white, 67ifi8c; No. 3 yellow, ttktf
68VIC-. Na 3, 67ViOSWc; No, 3 wht 67ti
CSc; No. 3 yellow, C&33Hc Oats No, 3
white, 40c; Na 8 white, 8(H4f38eL stand-
wbUe, 3 cars, 38Ho; 2 ears, 3Ho; J car
Sc. No. 1 inlxed, 1 car. 8c.
Om,ah Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2 hard.
ho; no. a
Rye: tfo. i CIHe.
Timothy,: T4.75.2i. Clover. .
321.00. Lard, IKkte.
BUTi-BR-Higber, creameries. UHQXQ
fe RMelDtA. 4.435 casea: unchanced.
POTATOES lllchex: recelDts. 60 cam.
Michigan and Wisconsin, 7 Owe; Minn
esota, and Ohio, OS&c
JlBff YORK GEWERAL MARKET J
Unotatlons of tho Day an Varloas
NEW YORK. Oct 17.-FLOUR Barely
steady; spring patents, 34.tOig4.DO; winter
straights, S4.lo64.20; winter patents, H0
H.60; spring clears, M.OOQ't.tO; extra No.
1 winter. 2&G64J3.7S; tatra $fo. 2 winter,
WHEAT-Spot, irregular; Na 2 red,
Hc; No. 1 northern Duluth, 3o; De
cember, H 15c; May, Ha- (
HOPS eiteady ; state, common to choice,
1 3T4lc, 1912, ki)irici Pacltlo coast
1318. 2VHc; IMS, 2MKS4.
HJJDEJa-Ftrm; Bogota, SS3ot Cen
tral America, 33Uc
PETROLEUM Steady: refined, New
Yoik. bulk, 35.00; cse,',JU.t).
WOOL-Strady; domestlo fleece, XX
CORN-Spot easy; export I60.
OATS Spot, easy; standard write, 44
4)iC, Mo .3, 44C44HC
HAY Steady; standard.
No. 1. tl.07L10: No. 2. 9e.
LiuATi 1 Et v ji rm ; hemlock, nrst 23
Vt.1WSi.i6: family, 24.vg37.00;
clears, 1.75(S210.- Beef, qplet;
tJ7.60tffl8.60: fninllv. 3li.COhM.00.
meats, barely steady. Pickled bellies, 10
to 14 pounds! XSJ&Ha; pickled hams,
1454c- Lard, steady; middle west 310.55
to IIO.60: 'refined, steady: continent
W1.85; outh America, iU.03; compound,
TAiuow-tendy: city. tHic: country.
63ic ; special, SHc
BUTTER Steady , receipts. 6.M7 tube:
creamery extras. aOJiJtaic; firsts, ??50c;
cecotids. S6H4tC7Hc: stata dslry. finest.
29JC11S0C: good ..to prime, gr&tfo; process,
extras. S?7iic: firsts, HMZie; factory.
June makn. Urate, Sivie; current make.
first. 2$24c packing stock, June make,
No. 1, 2JHSle. current make. No. 8, 23Vs
CHEESE Unsettled receipts, 1,111
boxes, state, whole white, specials. ltVicj
colored, lHe; white, average fancy, lf9
IXVio. jiklms, 13HlSKc.
EOQS Steady; receipts. Mm cases:
fresh gathered, extras, 2335c; extra
firsts, SltrSTci refrigerator, sperlai marks,
fancy, charges paid, 27c; firsts,
SCMq: nearby hennery, whites, S3Jfc;
western gathered. Whites, OfcfMOc.
ruuj.'1'KT-uvt, sieaay; western
chickens. IteilHo: fowls. 15tM6c: tur
keys, He Dressed, dull .and weak; fresh
killed western chickens, 14fT23c; fowls, 13
UVic; turkeys, X3$c.
Mlnnenaells Prnln Market,
MINNEAPOIJS. Oct 17. W1IEAT Nn.
1 hard, 83 Vie! No. i northern, 8482c:
No, 2 northern, 78?ieH4c; No. 2 hard
Montana, 7UWio; No. 8, IStnBKc;
'December, S07c: May, a.
FLOUR First oatenta. tiSS4W.lS: sec.
ond patents, tZ&QXXt first clrars, 3t70
i.uu; lewno clears, M.fa7.(o.
CORN No. 8 yellow, 63M(f4a
OAT6-N0, S whiter tiHHo.
RYE No. 2, 65fio.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oot 17.-WHEAT-Spot
weak: No. 1 nw, Manitoba, s 10d: No,
3 old, Manitoba, Ts 2d; No. 8 old. Mani-
sVUUs 8 Wl AU,f4l EOi 1 XJ4S.WS f-t LIU vv p
e ed: March, (s io4d; May, fa lOUd,
ryinN Boot, fluiet: American mixed.
fis 7l4d; futures, weak; November, La
Plata, 4s Sttd; December, La Plata, t
ors In London. Pacific coftt, It lOa
St, Ioh1s General Market.
ST, LOUIS, Oct. 17,-WHBAT-No, :
red, SftCeiHo: No. hard. SSOSSo; Decern
CORN No. 2, 70c: No. 2 white. 71c, De-
... v. mourn!! Xrv. 1ctUjm(ALr.
OATS-No, 2, 8Mr3Ko; No. 3 white, 40Ho;
December, Wic; iay, 150.
RYE 64c- '
wionr 'hhl 1.000 18.090
Wheat. bu,...., 41.000 68,000
CwrnbM.,...,,... 40,000 H,000
oats bu.;:,...:. wxa w,w
Kansna City Grain and Pppvlitlons,
KANSAS CITY.' Oct. IT. WHEAT .
Cash! NO. 2 hard, 8Kt7c:,No. t. S3Qe;
No. 2 red. K)00c: No. 8, ecfHe.
conNi-No. $ white. TO4c) No. 8, 72a.
OATS-No. 2 white, SOVc; Wo. S mixed,
NEW YORK. Oct II, METALS Lead,
nuav: 14.3034.40: In London. 20 7s 6d.
Bpsiter, qutot; $6.25t.85; In London, 20
10s. topper, nrmi sianuura, spot 10 vm-
1 . A XAI, &f..,M1v.ln VIA nrjsi
I8.8TU; lake, J18.S7,17.O0; casUn. 818.87V,
tne.TS; in London, flnnj spot 73 8s: fu
tures, 78 2s Cd. Tin, easy: spot. 840.25
40.78; October. I0-t040.70; November and
December, 840.6084a 75; In London, quiet;
spot 185 15s; futures, 1SS 15s. Antimony,
dull: Cookspn's, 17,60. Iron, quiet; Un
changed; In London. Cleveland warrants,
ST. LOUIS, Oct 17. METAIr-Lead.
lower; 31.20. spelter, 35.60.
Boston Sloca Karket.
BOSTON. Oct, 17. Closing quotations
iimw.V M Moiuwk Nil
Anl. Coppr .. . TtttNerads Co jut
Ariton Cotp , .ftnfl u Ji
B. ti O. U. S. J . forvi j-e 11 n
cel. St Arlla..". OU DomlBIw 4t
Oil. ltcle......,40( 0c-la 1
-.nKnnnlll U QUlDCT ,. ft
SSTniHf is, M,., HsPrjPr ... ........ 21
yrWln ... ' Superior A B. M. t'i
nVni CiaiMS . . V. 8. 8. It A VI... 34
Ids Her Oopper. 11k do pf m ,
Km W - HMtUUhOM 81,
Uk Oo5pr .. ruh Ouper Co...,. Wv
1 Ssll Copper . V4Wnon ,
Mtsnt Coipor Wolvertse 4U
NEW YORK. Oct IT. COFFEE To-
Amv'a rntte market was less active and
rather irregular. Opening steady at an
advance of 10 to 12 on higher European
rhi and bullish crop reports, the mar
ket eased oft to within or 4 point of
last night a Close, uyi sieaoiea on re
newed coverings and closed steady, 13 to
18 net higher. October, 10.4le: December,
1A.I.. T ...... r, ... . 1Af9M, HraMV tmT
lt,2c; July, 11.4lCL8Ptmber, lt54c. Spot
market. tadyj Rio 1$, lie; Santos 4s,
13Vc. Miia, quiet; voraova, ionciD:,
London Stock Market,
LONDON. Oct, .7. American securities
moved Irregularly during the early trad
ing, Amalgamated Copper was firm, but
Canadian Pacific was weak and lost IVi
points, while' changes In the rest of the
list ranged from i above to H below
CnatoU. moaer. 71 ll-KCaneeUn Pacttle. ..UH
do account TJTtVclon Pcl(lc.,.....litH
Anal. Cupper 7H ,
SILVER Bar, steady at 2SUd per ounce.
MONKY-3U6SM ner cent.
Dlseaunt rates: Short bills, 4U per cent;
three months' bill, 494 15-16 per cent
NEW YORK. Oct 17.-SUOAR-Raw,
steady; muscovado, 2.ttc; centrifugal,
2.48c: molasses sugar. ITSc. Refined, un
changed to 15 points higher; cut loaf,
5 20c: crushed. K.lSe:' mould "A."" 4.7&c
cubes, 4.60c; XXXX powdered, 4.40c;
powderrd, 4.35c; fine granulated. 4.25c;
diamond "A." t.25c; confectioners' "A)"
4.10c; No. 1. 4.15c.
NEW YORK. Oct lT.-COTTON-apot.
f.ui?t! ?Vdl,n.L H.B,.nd ,lWc" lt'
ICOCc Sate. 1,700 hales.
LIVERPOOL. Oct n.-COTTON-irur-ket
steady; mlddllnr fair, 8.06d; good
middling. 7.7d; middling, T.t4d; low mid.
dtlng, 7 42d: good ordinary, 6.7d; ordinary.
.4id: sales. t.COO bales. '
Cotton closed steady at a net advance
of 3 to 1Q points.
Omaha Hay Market.
HAY-Pralrie, No. 1. I12.00&15.00; NO. 2.
8IO.OO012.OO: Na 3. 28.00010.00; midland. No
1. 311.5001150; No. 2. 81O.O0f3a5O: No. 3.
tS.S18.0(); lowland, Ne. 1. 33.vl0; No.
Np. 2. n.00fi.fO; No. 3, 8S.007 00; alfalfa.
No. 1, 8H.0O&15J0; No. 2. 812.00314.00; No,
8. ll0.tOJfU.0tt. '
iinur unntr nmnotr uintrnm
. WW I UH MVbh llAKRIil
Ground Lost on Slump of Last Port-
RISE FAIRLY COMPREHENSIVE
New Low necortla for Nearly Dosen
rramnent Inane Mode Shortly
After Opentar Ilond Market
new TORK. Oct 17.-61owly and la
boriously tthe stock market today made
up some of the ground loot on the elump
of' the last two weeks. The rise was
fairly comprehensive, although small in
extent Compared with tne weakness
shown yesterday the tone was consid
erably Improved, As has been the case
tar momn time, however. It proved more
difficult to move the market upward I
than downward, and In th last hour oc
trading the llt eased oft. yielding pari
of the day's Sains.
New low rccoras ror nearly a ora
nromlnent stocks were made shortly
after the opening on selling, Which rp-
reseited ,tha closing out 01 impair u
margin accounts. Offerings of this na
ture were absorbed easily, and prices
quickly advanced. The rocesnlons In' tlio
iinai grading were innuencea oy a urrnx
In' Rock inland. 011 a renewal of selling
sucli A3 attracted notice several- ,wdeks
hkx. itoek island common ana pto-
ferred and the collateral 4'e fell 2 point I
each to new low prices for the year.
The improvement today represented
no chance In general conditions and ap
parently reflected merely readjustment lu
technical position, sentiment was near
lsh, but the "decline had been extended
to a point which. In the opinion of trad
ers, justified a rally. There was evldeuco
of an oversold .condition In aome stocks.
It waa toe testimony of con mission
houes that the ehrinkage In market
values of the last few weeks had not
stimulated outside Investment demand.
In the bond market there .was iomt
Irregularity, but the tendency was
downward, with noticeable heaviness In
prominent Issues, Including St Paul 1
convertibles. Total .sales, par value,
United States ts, registered, advanced
He and the ?. coupon 4s and Panama
2s, Uo n call.
Number ot sales and leading Quotations
on stocks were:
tales. IllrB. Low. Claw.
Araaltunited Copper ... tt,to It Wi.
American Agricultural ., ......
American ltt Buttr.... J00
AisNleiut Can ,,, 10,(0
American can pM.. ...... 1,100
American C. A F. ........
Amorleaa Cotton Oil.,,, OM
Am. Jco Seourltlae 100
American Ltntaed ...... too
AmNtcan B. A H....
Am. B. A It. pTd
Am. Buxar Harinlnr.., ,,
American T, & T L900 121 U 110
Auoonsa Mlslnc Ot.... MM M(4 UH
Atrhlaon SJbOi dz ov,
Atcblaon etd WO Ui n'a
Atlantlo Otart Lin. too UVi lrS
Daltlmor Otilo two N M44
nathlttiam Bteel ........ oo 2t
nrooklm Raold Tr.u... 400 II ism
Canadian Jatlfl, It,to0 tit 111 JWV
Central leather , tw 0 iii IMi
OUaaapeaUta . Ohio l.SOO MH US S4
Chlcasu O. W 11
Chlcapr. M. fc at. P.... ,00 MVi MK M
Chlci A t). W. ,... tn IMi; 114U
Colorado F A I PM 7H ttH 7H
cxmaoiicwwi una run iuu
Corn I'roducU 700 9
Delaware, at Hudaoa.....
nenrar A Rto Oraaaa... Guo . ITU
Denrer A It O.' pfd 104 to
Tllitlller Securitiaa l.iCO 1ST4
Xrle , LTOO tiK
Erie 1st. pM 79 41
RrU td rrd ,
General Kleotrlo ,, SnO 140
Greet Northern ptd 1,100 lzlU
Oreat North am Or ctta. (00 It
Illlnola Central 000 1MU
Interborocxh Met. . .... l.PM Wi
Inter, Vet. ptd 1.600
Internatlonsl Karreotar., .....
IntarJJarln pfd .....
Intercaitlonal Taper .... 000
Inttrnallcaal rump ,., . ,
Kvuu flktr gouUtern... .COO
Lablsb Vnller J. tort Ht4 IU14
ixmiBTiiie ax rvaenTiua.. i.wv 31
M., St. P. & B. fit. It. 1ST
Mlaaouri, K. A T 100 14
Mlaiourl racin ,, J,400 tlU
National DlacuU ...... .....
N. It It. ot M. 2d ntd.
Now York central......
N. T.. O. & "W.
North American ........
Vfortheni Pacide ...,..
Pacltlo Matt ,,
1,300 1MU 10314 109
too lirr, iol4 111
4.100 iiok 110 itou
m uere .,,.. ..... ...
r.. C, C. A it It ...
rftUburfh Cotl J.JOO 3014
Pr4 ptael tar ....
Tullman Pla( Car. ..... ...
jllnsdlns 44,1(0 li
Jlepubll t, A s .ye 1SU
Jtapubll LAS. pfd O0 T rfu.
stock UlaoiJ Co... .... I.tot Hit 114
Hock fjlasd pa. jJ.., 4,o 17H
8, U t 8 P, M ptd 109 IK V,t
TtrvDoara Air Jin..,.
KeJboTd A. L. pfd...
Hoa)e(nl g. A I
Routtiem Psclfl .....
fTo. 1U11v pfd
T A Pactfle, ,,,
Union Pacific Pfd...,
Vnlted BUtea Ueeltr,.
United atate TlubtMr.
fritted StaU Steel,,.
V S. Btee pti
1'ta.h Cbroer ,,
90 44 UK
' t,ii 1414
', "'tin 'hu
1 1,30 101
WabaHi pfd .... , to) m H
Weetani J.Urjiioi ,
Wertsrn Union l.flOl) 1 eo
Waatlnarlmin ntetrle ., 1,M tt C1'4
Wbelln A L Brie ,
Total rule for th dir. JK.400 aharea.
Sew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Oct 17.-MONEr-On
rail, easier at 8tf3H per cent; ruling rate,
3U per cent; closing at ZUOSVi par cent
Time loans, steady; sixty days, iHQG per
cent; ninety days, 6&6J, per cent; six
months, 4!4J8 per cent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER IHQ
STERLING EXCHANan-Weak at
14.8116 for -sixty -day and 34.8545 for de
mand: oommerclel bills, 34.80V.
8IL,VBR-lJar, 61Hc; Mtxlcan dollar,
BONDS Oovernment trong; railroad,
Closing quotations, on bonds today wer
U. fl. rf. la, rc. K4K. a Se, ref. (.,.. n
da conpos 9SUL. B. deb. 4 1SS1.. 0U
U. 8. 1 res UlVtU ft N. unt. 44..,. U
So oeuoon 101 i"M. K. T let 1,1)
V. H. 4a. re ,,1MU 'do rn. 4V4t UU
(So coupon 10914 'Me, I-acirtc la U
Panarn t oeapon., H do or. re
fAMX .let . CW.. 93 -N H It of M 414 7
Am. Xt. U 1M Y. c f- tH;y fi
A. T AT e. ... 9 ia 6. ..,. iou
aS?. Su:;;.-." n
Bal. A Oho 4 91 .0, b. U fM." lie-
4. . UZ' VZ !SL 97H
in,v--' ... , - -ao eoo. im
Co, of Oa. t-.M-lMJirUtAInc req. . mu
Oan. LUr 6. 94., u A B 1 ia Si
acb. A Ohio 4H. 91 d. U ", gj
4 cony, 4Ht TIHgt. L. B w . 'I'' H
7tlcM0 A A, IH... IH4S. it U Id'l Ur' ?fu
a. 11. A Q. 1. 4a.... 9414H. i.. .r- 7H
d? ?. 4.... n do i. t,
.. 9144 d
C M A a Y e IHi. 14W 40 Ut rW ea I
tts,H.L f p- 41 Ba- ft.::.
o riE. l f AA n J.
O. A H. r.A 4Hi. 9144Uln rrfi'.""
D. ft it cr. 4a..., 97 do et 4.. ..... '
u. as tu u. rx. e iit -ao let ft rmf j.
a Pkbar a. . iMat
Erie p. I. 4
do ten. 4a,., ...
da or. 4 tr. B,,
III. Can. lit r. 4a..,
Intr. Mat 4Ht
'Inter, U. U. IH..
0W..i,rn Md 4a t?u
vvnirtl 4.... 1414
Qsotatlon Citflfcd br Burse. Brisker A Co..
44 OmaAa National Unk bolldlsss
Beetrlc Creataery ptd , lJ
Oolarlds Neb., I. 1913 9
CTilciao lUllWar wriea fa. mi jj
Dear ft Co. 7 per cut ptd 17
Bthnlll. Ia.. I, B. D. . mt loo 14
.m.ui iHicrf pr cent ur.,
FetnnoLt Creuaerr 7 per cent ptd
FH Rlear t., . D. 4. llli .
Iowa Rj A U. U, lilt
Ktnsaa fltr Uo 4 He. Jill
Kuiu City Tar ITr 4a. 1M0.. .
941441 Weat UtlUtUa la. 1114.
, 100. S 1J..6
. II It
. 9114 94
Uerchant H ft L. iBdUnapalla. la.
Nrtbten 0.. L. A G, U. 191T-...
nil ot Omaka WaXar 4H. 1M1.. ., .
Omtk ot U. HIT H
Oruhe CH . Ill . W . . UM M4
Onuhk ft C D. St. Hr- torn , .... ..... 41
I'kcUlo O AK ( n. e. eotee ItU.. Vt t
fteuBden-Kenned BM. 4 n. . ptd.. HH 1W
h City etock Tne4i U, lf M S
Booth Oowht Klre 1111 1M...... II M
JNrt ot HetttU 4Vi. ilW., v MVi
leubena Kiho, U. Hit 104
Tcm to. Hit n 10)
Unlca tftoek Tsrda Omh ..C'MU U
winntUiro. Neb., W'lr m. 1M rt loo
Worn Co., No 3. P. No,U. 4. 1IU l 109
nrsroRT of clearing house
Transaetloa of Ansoelnted Ranks
tor the Week.
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. Bradstrcet' bank
clearing report for th week ending Oc
tober 18 shows an aggregate of 33,344,457.
a0. as against 88.37I.S4,0CO last week and
3S.847.7S2,(XX) In the" corresponding week last
St. Liula ......
New Orleans .......
Portland. Ore. ....
Salt XaWo. City
Dea Moines ........
eit' and Jloslo.
NEW TORK. Oct. 17.-COTTON HH1BD
OIL Irregular; prime summer yellow,
9.1.80; October, 36.X8; December, Sti.80;
Dry Ooa.au .aiatrknt.
NEW1 TORIC. Oct. 17.--DII.T OOODS-
Cotton goods and cotton ynrn n)arknts
were inaaisr nu iirinrr nuuay. fuueu
wools have been cleaned up In tho local
market. Fancy dre goods were: in de
mand xor fall nd. spring.
Sraporated Apple nnd Dried -Fralta
tJKVt' YORK, Oct 17.-T3VAPOHATED
DIUED F1UMTS-Irunes, firm. Apri
cots, quiet nnd steady. Peaches, quiet
and steady. Ilalslns, Inactive. (
Sues tie Mother of
His Divorced Wife
CHICAGO, Oct 17. Telemon Cruger
Smith CuyiriV, member of nn old south
ern Jamlly, who Is connected with the
Paris house of J. P, Morgan & Co.,
filed suit hare today tor JTi0O,oaO against
Isabella T. '?larton, the mother of his
tOnly the,:Precipe of the sijlt, -was filed
and counsel would .gve no .explanation
of the natnrje" ;f ttie ,actlpn, Mr. Cuy
lor obtained a divorce from her husband
about two -months- co on charges of de
sertion And 'honsuppoTt
Th suttt ras- tiled in this city, it was
believed, so that .seryc. could be ob
tatned on,r,,th. jOffetidiint Who- was
thought toba-omher way Xrom flan Pran.
dsco to New York. Tip -to a late hour
the summons had not been served, but
deputy sheriffs were watching stations
ot all transcontinental lines.
0 is Vindicated
in Cleveland Court
CUEVBLAND. C Oct. 17. The tango
ha been vindicated In Clvreland by
court recognition. Iri the case of Asa
Anderson, dancing teacher, against City
Dance Hall Inspector Myers, Judge W(llls
Vlckery of common pleas court today
ruled that the tsngo as taught by An
derson 1 perfectly moral and can be so
The moat important evidence cam yes
terday when Anderson and a girl partner
danced the tango before Judgo Vlckery.
In giving lit opinion today Judge
"Every beautiful thing may be vul
gartzed, but because some dancing is
vulgar we could not bar all dancing."
MINISTER, OtNCE OF THIS
STATE, ADMITS BIGAMY
CHICAGO. Oct 17, Married four times
during his career, according to hi own
admission, Kurt Mueller, aged 83, said
by the police to be a Lutheran minister,
Is being held by the pollco on a charge
of bigamy placed against him following
Ms arrest for wife abuse.
Mueller, who also s known by the
name of Conrad Carl Miller, preached at
churches In Plllmore county, Nebraska,
according to the police, and served an
indeterminlate sentence In Jollet for big
amy several years ago. The present
bigamy charge was placed ttgatnet him
by William Edlund, cald to be a brother-in-law
of hi third wife. Ill flrt wife.
It I said, was Kate Maser ot Sutton,
REFORMED CHURCH SYNOD
ELECTS NEBRASKAN HEAD
KANBAB CITY, Ma. Oct. 17-Drcu.
slon of the rural church problem, espe
cially the matter of arousing the Interest
of dweller In country communities tn
the work of way.Id chapels, wa. on. ot
the principal topics brought before the
second session here today of the Interior
synod of the Reformed church of th
United States. The dlscueslon was led
by Rev. D, F. Bommershlne of Ma
Th following officer of the synod
were elected: Rev. P. M. Orr, Lincoln,
Neh., president; Rev. B. S, Bromer, Ce
dar Rapids, Ia., vice president; Rev. Q,
N. Robert Orangevllle. III., secetary.
SLIT SKIRT BARRED FROM
SCHOOLS IN KANSAS BURG
WEIR. Kan.. Oct. IT. Slit skirts went
barred from the public schools of Weir
Persistent Advertising la the Road to
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Hcocipts Light and Trade is
Slow, as Usual on Friday.
HOGS STRONG TO TEN LOWER
Put Sheep Very Scarce anil Steady
Vmi I.nmb 8temly to Ten Cents
.Higher Feeders Steady
R01TI! OMAHA, Oct. 17, 1913.
Receipts, were; Cattle. Holes. BheeP.
urr iciRl Monday 9.6&S S.KSt 4&.44
Oflcnl Wednesday..., 8.076 6.9W 4l,W
Official Thursday 4.09 8,641 18.023
estimate Ptlday l.too 4.7CO 3.500
Five days this week MLiiS !.070 147.4S7
Some days lust ,wek..30,loS a.SSl 173.403 IE
im dnys i wlc m,nMt vtrrrt .mm 1
Kani ,1m,. . . .. ... .-o ,
- - "x, iy. aan..siu
Fame days ,4 ,wks. aso.I7.74rt
Bamo Jays year mco. .39.846
Thefoilow Ing table shows the recelptR
of cattle, hogs and .sheep at the Bouth
Omaha live stock market tor the year to
dnto as comparod with last yeer:
Cuttle 71K4SI . Hm
Hogs oavm ItT IS " ii lil
Sheep ...... ,J SUSM iais lii
The following mblo snows 'the rang ot
.ill? ror:hBs at the Bouth Omaha live
stock market for th laet few dais, with
Date. 1913. 1812.IM11.I1810.110!).11903.I1907
Si4I 7 R4 6.14 t 81
8 77 "7IC2 '818 8 93
T 01 20 8 07
,12! " 8 IS 8 11
.8 53 7 J7 8 13
tm 7 70 S t 11
3 TCi 7 51 & 79
837 7 40 5 tt 800
8-48 7-48 .fi.U 8 01
' 7 46 6 60 8 M
8 tt, 8 421 S OT,
8 Ml 6 37
0 8rt 7 46 6 60 6 M
7 SOVtl 8 74
I 37i 8 K 8 42 S
ltdCAlOta inMll ,tin9.iairii nf IK-a. titf-'k
ttiei Union Hf liilr Tunis Umlt i nmihL
n i wontjfwfour hours chainr
l. m, yesterday
Cattle, llogs. BKp. U' rs.
C. M. A Bt. P. Ilv...
Mo. Pacific Ity 1
union itaclllc ity.. ao is
U. ft N.-W., east... 1 8 .
C. ft N. V wrt... 3 Sa
C Bt. P.. M. & O.. .. 4
C 11. ri Q east.... 3
C H. & Q weRt.. 13
C, It I. & P., east.. .. 3
Illinois Central Ry. .. 1
u, u. w. it)'.,,, s
Totals ..;80 4
' Cattle. I toss. Bhun.
Morris & Co 107 489 M
Swift & Co... 394 8.11 143
Oudahy Packing Co.... 351 1,878 2,!H
Armour &. Co ,. 03 1,395 W4
Bchwarlx & Co 134 ...
Lincoln Packing Co 8
Hill 4 Bun...; 3
P. I). Lewis 103 ... ...
Huston & Co..
J. II. inula
McCreary & Kellogg..
wertncimer Ac Dcgen
Harvey 33 ,,,
lowa Cattle Co.. 8
Other buyers 148 ...
Totals .1.898 4.S07
CATTLE "Cattle reuelnta were. Unfit, an
tisunl on a Friday, only forty-five car
being reported Hi. This wa hardly
unouirh to reallv make, n mnrkpt. IVir
tho five days thin week receipts foot up
01,1a iicaii. ueing over in.puo neau less
than for the corresponding period of lost
There were hardly enough rattle of any
kind on sale to really make hi tent ot the
marsei. Tne supply or oeer steer con
inted almbct entirely of odd nnd end
mostly On the trashy order, The feeling
wa generally tuiout steady witn yester
day, but. as h matter of course, th trade
rs slow, owing to the fart that buyers
.wire not especially anxious for the kind
or emtio cn sal.
tows and helft.ni were also about
... .1 1,1. ...... ..... . 1. ..,..inr.a
.,ui mill rniciuuf, uuv u,n,
were light and the trad tras without any
new or interesting reaturcs.
'There was no change. In the vtonker
or feeders situation. As noted yestordny,
rtceipts or tnat xina ot cattle, wnn very
moaeratn, have been accumulating in in
hands of speculators for the reason that
the country demand ha been so mod
erate. Prices nr at least Z&c lower than
lost week, and rome of the plainer kind
ot cattle possibly a muoh us 40c lower
in spots. Unless the oonntry demand Im
pro von between now and the close Satur
day, there are quite likely to ne h gooa
ir.any cattle carried over Into next week.
Quotation tm cattle: Oood to choice
bint steers, t8JWir.iO; fair to good beef
steers, $.00De.CO; oomsnon to fair beef
fctoers, S7.COij8.00, fair to choice yearlings,
.4M1..V.: mnd tn cholcei ranee beevrx.
87.2Sd8.IB, fair to good range beeves, J7.W
tn.v: common to fair range ueeves, -"
7.00; good to choice hetors. t9.COitI7.;
good to choice cows. ffi.2M?-V: fair to
good grades. 34.Tvj5f.25; common to fair
grades, 33.2S7&.iXi good to choice stocker
and feeders, 37.00&4-00; fair to good stock
ers and feeders. 34iO'7.00 common to
fair stockers and feeders. 38.00W8 M; stock
cows and helfere, tVOKgl.PO: veal calves,
abO99.C0; bulls, stags, etc.. Jo-tlftfl.W.
N. Ae. Pr. No. A. Pr.
1 .. .1100 190 41,.... 1113 910
I , lie 1 28 1
1 'M5 'CALVES.
8 SCO I 00 I....
II Ill IM 4.........
IM I 00
144' 9 71
3 cows 1010 6 10 34 feeder.. &
13 feeders.. 930 7 16
33 feeders.. 1123 7 30
3 feeders.. 1W 8 26
72 feeders.. 1033 8
27 feeders. .110 7 9)
1 bull 1200 5 40
8 cows W4 4 35
3 COWS 828 4 aa
7 cows 957 8 M
Zutantn 3k Son Nb.
)C cows,.,., 937 R 85
3 steers.... S80 6 83 8 cow.,., .1045
49 stoer.... 3 US 8 cow.,.., 910
13 cows 1030 6 80 8 steers..., 818
82 steers. ...1063 7 00 8 ster....U03
41 mixed. ...1075 7 00 7 oalveo.,. 307
2 cow.. . 849 8 00 6 cows 840
13 steers.. ..1031 (5
M. M. Hutchinson Wvo.
17 feeders, .1060 7 80 3 cows..... Ut
Mrs. Russsl Thorpe Wyo.
2 steers. ...lSfiS 8 to
Rul Thorpe Wyo.
41 feeder.. 1172 7 40 'IT feeder. .1141
1C steers.. ,.ll5 W 1 bull 890
63 steers,. .1040 8 IS 50 steers., .1052 8 IS
13. P. Hutchlton-Colo.
S steers,.,. HI 6 CO 48 teen..-. 849 8 CS
19 Steer. .. 912 f Co 3 steer,.., 810 6 80
HOGS A very fair run showed up thl
morning, about 70 cars, or 4,700 head, be
ing reported In. Kor the- five days th
total lu 30,070 head, nearly 3,0.x) larger
than last week and about W0 heavier
than for the same days of last year.
The market opened out In fair shape
and It looked for a while a though the
(lump In values had been oheoksrf. linth
packers and shippers bought a number of
xlritthrmM AXttu Sfadw of
(butcher and heavyweight hogs early at
' tea,' Possibly a little stronger prices,
I made looked to be about a nickel low.r.
- i Sellers held on for the belt part of the
foranooa In an effort to brlnar th market
back to Its early level, but Instead of
strengthening up, values. If anything,
weakened sUll more, and when sellers
finally began to cut loose prices paid wre
generally quoted as 510c lower than yes
terday's average. Some salesmen were of
the opinion that the clos wa even wore
than thl and quoted their sale a a flat
dime lower. During the first round the
trad evidenced a alight degree of activ
ity, but before thla time movement was
very draggy and, as has been the case on
previous days of the week. It was wall
along toward midday before anything
like a clearance wa made. 1
Hulk of the talcs was mode at $7" '
8.00, and tops sold at 88.10, half a load Of
good butchers going to a shipper buyer at
that figure. There was a good demand
for pigs this morning and the few bunches'!
that showed up sold at prices that were I
and some cases a little
v . ...11
40 7 to
... 7 IS
At. Bh. Tt.
...797 W 7 IS
...III ) IK
. .tt m 7 m
...tu 40 7 Pit
...M7 IN 7 90
...830 ID IK
,..R9 19 75
...tit K0 7 95
II IK ...
44. lit 110
si m ...
71 113 10 7 to
t W 400 7 10
ti mi ... u
.177 SO 7 96
4 7 9
. 7 9S
49 "7 95
.. 7 95
90 7 9S
90 7 98
..m uo 7 is
..no ... 7ts
,4 500 7 M
m too 1 h
ini 110 too
.141 40 I 00
. 190 O0
iu 300 1 no
,171' 193 I 00
,I0 14 I fl
.Ml ... I no
.977 99 9 00
.977 tt) I 0
.T ... 9 ft)
954 ISO I 00
Ull 190 I 00
100 7 0
44 7 M
100 7 W
... "7 to
ISO 7 n
140 It 0
140 '7 90
WO TOO T CO
.m 'to 7
.947 ... 1 M
rM o 7'
ne . 7 to
.941 40 7 90
: TN 7 92U.
l0 IrO M
HI 400 I 06
4 7 97. . .
I 15 14...
I IS St...
ru.S Ih0. I,mi,"ust run for ft Friday
B ,,c! tM winning ot the ranse sesson
appeareu torwy, und It wiut about half as
- iiirgn si ,b vMir b rt r TL'f wsrsairsi ntri nnn
J year , ago. In all only some sixteen cars.
or 4,000 hfatl, were rerortwl In. and as on
Thursday the proportion of killing lambs
was small, 'there being no mutton offer
ing, to speak of. The bulk ot th re
ceipts was on tho feeder order.
While most nil the packers showed A
disposition to handle n few Tat lamb,
none of them seemed overly anxious to
take many more offerings, so the trade
won a trifle slow. "When the bulk of the
lambs changed hands, however, prloe.
were on a Irntts 'steady to n dime higher
of the previous week. Today's range ot
or, sales "was around 38.75trq.90. the latter
i figure ibelng the itop, having been paid
Mt m.. U ...il !
ha mua i ai v : , i i...
Mr trad y, or mtendy to citron K "with lat
There wns practically no change In feed
ers Trom yesterdsy, trade nraln lacking
life, and the bulk nf the feeding lamb
and ihesp netting In the same notches.
nn nnica anove. une supply -wm illDrrai
and the Inquiry waa very fair. As com
pared "With last Friday, the bet grades
of feeder iRmb have decllnertlOSTlSc, while
the less desirable kinds arn regarded as
anywhere from 8Gc to dower.
(quotations on sheep and lambs! Lambs,
good to choice. B.7M17,00; lambs, fair lo
good, 58,80tJ.7&: lambs, culls, ts.OOXtt 78,
Uvnbi, feeders, JT..25S18.40; yearlings, light,
tijac.ftr,; yearling, heavy,
yearlings, feeders, tSOUGJio; wethers,
goon 'in onoioe, t.sri.Ki, -weltiera, Tair
to trood. l4iOOdM:2C: wethers, feeders. "31.00
H4,40; ewes, rood to choice, 84.OQ4f4.40;
ewes. Hino good, 33.7T4r4.oo: nwes, fee a
rs, :t3.XtT3.40; cull sheep, 32,0&JKt.OO.
No. Av. Pr.
C16 Utah lambs 4j 6 80
SCI Colorado 'Jeeder lambs. 49
113 Colorado tecdor lambs...... 43
. 6 20
2J9 Houth Dakota nwes.. 100
Its Wyoming .ewes
345 Bouth Dakota .Vearllnrs. ... 83
2M 'Wyoming yearlings ........ 75
273 Wyoming yearlings ........ 73
98 Bouth Dakota. wsthrs W
895 Wyoming wethers 78
23 Wyoming -wether 78
203 8. D, feeder lambs 13
77 S. D, feeder lambs 3
373 H. D. teener lambs ..M
149 a 11, feeder lambs 6
237 H. D. cull feeder lambs 44
178 Wyoming feeder lamt,
297 Wyoming feeder lamba... 44
803 Wyoming feeder lambs
2M Wyoming feeder lambs 52
274 Wyoming .feeder Jambs,.,.. 18
243 Wyoming feeder lamb..... 83
28 Wyoming feedr lambs K
263 "Wyoinlnt feeder lambs M
160 "Wyoming f eeder lambs M
M Wyoming feeder lambs 80
71 "Wyoming reeBer lamb 64
378 Wiurmng feeder lambs i
KB Wyoming feeder lambs. ..r. 47
113 Wyoming feeder lambs..-. ,
K Wyoming reeder tre ii
48 Wyomltig ewe ........... ...iw
7 Wymr.1ng feeder lamb 81
Its Wyoming feeoer nun us .
Zlt Wyoming feeder lamb 81
Wvnmlnf feeder lambs 44
101 Wyoming feeder lamb...,- 4
259 Wyoming feeder lamb M
83 Wyoming feeder lamb...... K
tl Wyoming feeder lamb,...., 88
141 "WromlnkT feeder lamb.,,... 8
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Blow, Steady IToge Weak,
CHICAGO, Oct l7f-CATTLE--Rcelpt,
2,000 head; market slow to steady:
beera. va.tOH9.CS; Tex steer, 31800790;
western stoers, 86.0094i.15; stoekera and
feeders, 85.7.051 cows and heifers, 84.80
CT.30: calves, J7.00tf 10.75.
HOGS Receipts, 18,000 head! market,
mostly e-tMOc lower; bulk ot sale, T7.WSI
8.80; light 87.TCG8.3S; mixed, 37.864JPS.4l:
heavy. 7.703.4i; rough, t7.7JS7.85; pigs,
HHHICP AND LAMnS-Recetpls. 8,000
head; maiket steady; native, 3.Siffo.OO;
wetern, I.10.00: yearilnga, $6,00G.M:
lambs, native, 5.7B$f7.10; western,' 86.W
Rlnax Cltr Live Stuck Market.
flIOUX CITr, Oct 17. CATT I J5 Re
ceipts, 880 head. Market stoa.1v beef
steers, K.lttfO.ZS, canners, 3 ' 00l
calves, 8SX0SO.50; bulls, stog. ct . 3S.2S
HOOS Receipts. 8.24)0 henil Market,
steady; heavy. 37.008r7.90; mixed 87 904
8.00; light 8.0S(s.l0,' bulk ot sales, 17.85
SID3EP Receipts, 700 head. Market
steady; fed muttons, p5.2S436.7B; wethers.
Mtir-iTf; ewes, S3.Gfrtp4.40; lambs, 85.50J
St. Lent Lire Stuvtc Market.
8T. LOUIS, Mo., Oct 17, CATTL.K-P-celpt.
700 had: market steady. eaaA tu
choice teer. 87.2tvrio.00; (tockers and
i.t; bulls. 85.7W.75; ealvee. HOOfillXO;
soutnern steers, J0.WW7.V6; cows andielt
IlOOS-IleoelpU, 1.D00 head; market
steady; pigs and light S5.0HJ-.4i; mixed
and butchers, 8S.20(ff.4i1 good heavy, 38.21
8HBKP AND IAMBS-Reeelpts. 1800
head: market steady; muttons, ti.76H4.5Q;
yearlings. 8,(l0t,f; lambs, 8iJgi.t5.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Ma, Oct. 17. CATTLE
Receipts, 400 head; market steady; steers,
88.E0tJt.Ou; cows and helftrs, HOOfJlM;
HOOS Receipts, 2,000 head, market
staady; top, I8.S0; bulk of sales, 38.030
SHEEP AND LAMDS Receipts, 3,000
head; market steady; lambs, J6.2MJ475.
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