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THE BEE: 0MA11A, FRIDAY, IXTOBI3U 31, HH3.
CIT PBUPKRTV POa S I.E.
Ittfl pmsh hanrilaa thn be .at built home In!
. -It .,, ri1i-nnn hail irn H TIM
- I ln n n rl . hvm ant nilllinn. 1 1 .' I
fume us rent.
! GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET SmK'i
I r)HNi!not rv: American mixed, 6s
NEW YORK GEflETtAL MARKET
iTrnn h :k-s m h i short i itnvi s,n nf T.nirHsii rj .'.iui",
ISO cash bundles the boat built home In! Mark-fite. nn Whpftt- '
City Nat Hank Bldg.
CORN MAKES SOME ADVANCE ' Quotations of the. nay on tiu CALL MONEY AT A HIGH FIGURE
V uivu -;
FOB SALE .
mmr. nn tm-to-dat. all modern, 6-
m cottago near car and school; large
south front; can evenings ancr i
ck or telephone Webster
jii'Tiirin, Crnnm nindo.rn home, full
oment and garage. Comer of 2Sth and
Won. 694 to, 2Sth St. mono it.
i BUY. SELL Oil RKNT, FIRST 8KB
IN W. BOBBINS. 1802 'FARNAM ST.
kRM A RANCH LANDS FPU SALH
tllY not come to a country with the
inn anna, climate nnd health? We
i give you ail ui inne. tunc a t
tlcuiars. Aioore iieauy to., iftstuu.
FORTY acres. $1,800.
Eighty acres. 84.000.
Eighty acres. $5,500.
Clous to market, schools.
E. Z. Terms.
For full particulars addreBS
L. M. PETERSON,
nnnn elchtv. small Improvements.
three miles Westbrook, Cottonwood Co.,
.(inn., MO rush! 11.000 March 1. 1911: bal.
nn ,. nt B nar pant. Co-operation With
agents wanted. lickert Land Co., West-
ntIY lrrieated land. Take no mora
chances on drouth. Five tons airaira,
r,trtv nuahela wheat, eighty bushels oats.
uure crow every .year. $10.50 per acre
land and permanent water right. $5.60
down, $7.60 for fourteen years, which Is
1... ik,n rn(. Interest 6 Per cent.
write valier uarra Boies uunu"i)
1036, Valier. Aiont.
CHOICE farm 820 acres. 6 miles from
inn In Kimball county. None bet
ter. Most all level valle-y land, beat o
poll. $18 per acre, $2,000 cash and balance
payments to sun. uwnnuuu,
Selected western Nebraska land.
Can offer ten fine Quarter sections.
flood f'rinlnit land in Morrell county.
Nebraska, at $16 to $20 an acre. If you
. " V. 1 n nil. ,.,1,1, ... n
baturday, Nov. 1, and look It over. Rail
road rare remnaea ii you uuy,
GEO. N. HICKS,
219 Chamber Commerce Bide., Omaha.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Little Accomplished by Day's Trad
ing' in Stocks.
, FOUND ANOTHER HOMESTEAD-)
acres, 20 miles out: in settled neighbor
hood! fine farm land, not sand hills.
Price $176, filing fees and all. In corner
of Colorado. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
6,060 ACRES in large and small tracts
of Pittsburg county, coal bearing, farm
ing, fruit and pasture land, in pros
pective oil and gas belt; $10 an acre. For
Sarticulars writs John E. Cavanagb,
tcAlester, Okl. -
LAND for sate i corn wheat and al
falfa, $15 to $100 per acre. Writ us.
Eddy Real Estate Co.. Eddy, Okl.
BARGAINS IN OHIO FARMS.
$35 to $50 per acre. Write us today for
farm list. J. B. Rice A Co.. Warren. O.
SO ACRES IRRIGATED LAND in
Yakima valley, with ample water right.
Will raise 7 tons alfalfa hay or 70 bu,
corn per acre first crop.- Two miles from
either Northern Pacific or Milwaukee,
roads. Ideal stock and dairy anch.
Write owner, T A. Noble, North
Streittrtli of Wheat I Reflected In
the- Yellow Cerenl, Whleta Tskn
an Upward Turn in
OMAHA. Oct. 23 .191$.
The fact tmw ilpvolnnn that Knuland is
hort of breadstuf fs. that the Importers of
tne "tight littlB Isle" have stood out as
buyers too long in an endeavor to force
holders In their prices. Shorts were on
the buying side of the wheat market in
the big English market yesterday and
there was an Investment demand as well.
This buying, with rather light offerings,
caused further prico gains of ll4c to IVic
for the day. Shipments of breadstuffs to
the United Kingdom have been H,000
bushels under weekly requirements and
the millers of that country are becoming
uneasy becaune of the fact that while the
continent is getting all the heat needed
and Is drawing about 75 per cent of the
weekly world's shipments, only atraut -'
per cent rinds Its way to the English
market. While It was said yesterday that
the business in Canadian wheat is small,
it' wa learned artcr the cloe that the
takings on English account were of large
proportions. It as given out yesterday
that the strength in Uverpool so far this
this week was mainly on crop conditions
in India and Argentine. This was not
the case, however, as the Buenos Ayres
market opened unchanged yesterday and
While the conditions in inoia are urj uu
ihe covernment is obliged to advance
money to growers In the United Provinces;
the crop situation is onytning oui mann
ing, although the yield will be short.
Cash wheat was V,c. to ro lower.
Advances were made in corn yesterday
and while the market could not be called
independently strong, as the strength In
wheat was reflected in all the grain mar
kets, there was a sustaining Influence,
probably becauso of unsettled weAther,
nrratnt and proaDectlv. One of the fea
tures of the day was the continued aell
lnr of corn by professionals, while the
buying was led by somo of the stronger
concerns, men wno nave Deen on mo
bull side off and on during the long
drawn out campaign.
Cosh com was unchanged to Uo higher,
The fact that Argentina oats are com
ing in as competitors of our own grain
has caused tho general situation to uo
come somewhat weaker. Cash oats were
Clearances were none of com, C.OOO
bushels of oats and wheat and flour equal
to 333.000 bushels.
Liverpool closed H'l lower on wheat
and 4ijd lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,161,000
bushels and shipments were 1,947,000 bush
els, against receipts laist year of 416,000
bushels and shipments of 1,210,000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 347,000 bush
els and shipments were 343.000 bushels.
against receipts last year of 360,000 bush
els and shipments or 222,000 bushels.
Primary oats receipts were 900.000 bush
els and shipments were 1,232,000 bushels.
against receipts last year of 23,000 bush
els and shipments of 1.2JG.000 bushels.
The following cash Bales were reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 3 cars. 80V4C,
No. 3 had winter: 1 car. 80c No. 4 durum:
car, isc. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, fcOftc. Rye
No. 2. 1 car. 69c. No. 4: 1 car. C2o: 1
car. COc: 1 car. 54c. Rejected: 1 car. itc
Corn No. 2 white: 2 cars. 70c. No. 3
white: I car, Ka; 3 cars. 69ttc; 1 car
(new). CS'Vic. No. 3 yellow: 3 cars. "70Ho: 2
cars new, eac. rvo. yellow: l car,
W.4C. no. z mixed: 6 car. C9Hc: 1 car
(new), 657ic No. I mixed: 1 car, 8Hc.
oats standard: 1 car, 3SHc No. S white:
1 car (local). 3SUc: 1 car. 3Sc. No. i
white: 1 car, 37?ic. No grade: 1 car, S7c,
iNo. 4 yellow: l car. SV4o.
Omnia Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard
SOao: No. 3 hard. 79HrSlc: No. 4 hard
77SJ79c; No. 3 spring. 80aV4c; no. 4 spring.
77HQ79c; No. 2 durum, 77VSS78c; No.
aurum, iBttcne. corn: jno. z white, 70c;
No. 3 white, 69ttC9ic: No. 4 white. CS'.i
Otao; no. z yeiiow, TV4ewc: wo. 3 yth
low, tuc; ro. 4 yellow. KJSHc: No.
OHc: No. 2. 69ttc: No. 4. 6$OW,c:
grade, 67Qfc Oats: Standard, 3SHc; No,
3 wnite, si'-ic; no. 4 wnite. a,ic. uariey
Malting. COlrtOo: No. 1 feed. 47fiCc. Rye
ISO. ., bvc: ixo. a, wvuwsvic.
NEW TORK, Oct. SA-FLOUR-Steady:
$4.1tv4.20: winter patents. $4.403J4.(V,
nrlnr rlun UnVM M! axtra No, 1,
winter. S3.ttG3.7s: extra No. 2. winter, I Mnea, While Same ot the
J3.S5W3.50j Kansas straights. I4.WP4 p.
Irrenrolnr and Weakness
Shotrn In Various Old Kalabllnhed
Newer Imhn Higher.
WUEAT-ilarely steady: No. 2 red. 7c.
nominal, c. I. f. New York export oaais
and 984. nominal, f o. b. arioat; wo, i NBAV YOR1C, Oct. ).-So far a net re
northern Duluth. MHc t. o. b. arioat. suits ro today's tradlnr In stocks ac
tures closed c net higher; Decemoer, c-mniigwu.. ,. Th morvet offered
S6-. , .,,iM resistance to accumulating bearish ln-
,JJ0n.8',UrlnSmmI.,oin Caat fluenCM nd durlI1f tno forenoon the
1P1X 2&5(c: lrtt WXc: Pacific Coast, .j of nrices showed small gains
1?!s..1k:d: I9". w?- I among the representative share. Later
HIDES-Bteadi uogota, aiws.. ln the day the list gave way. and at the
?V n n i Vi tm -at M rt v refined. New cl? xn" Pculatlve ravorlles were wen
vPT.9l??i. iSTuti lM unA yesterdays final quotations.
1?'lJ,,kA.. m;!-. xv The day's ns was unfavorable. Call
nw oT ' mon' dvanoed to H per cent, tho
ooUn Knot firm- export. 90Uc f- o. b. highest figure In months. Such a move
afieat nrm, export. n u jjot UnMMgnlr thl, the
OATS-Spot. quiet; standard white, 45f? height ot the orop moving season,
4p- No 3 4MJ45c fancy clipped white. Time money was little changed and
4647p western banks lent sixty and nlnety-day
lIAY-teady; standard. $1.0261.05? , No. twfo here- at K per cent. Another
1. $1 OoQl.07'4; No. 2. 95cfl1.0); No, J, $1,000,000 gold was engaged for export lo
2 BIG BARGAINS
I have a 240-a. stock, grain ana aitaica
farm close to South Omul that I will
pell cheap, on easy terms, or I will sell
a part and lease the balance for S years
to a strictly first-class farmer. It la well
located and equipped. 1 have also a
BO-aere rami near Missouri Valley, la.,
that I will sell at a bargain on easy
terms. Ed. B. Glbbs, 636 South 90th St.
SALE OR EXCHANGE K. E.
EIGHTY acres of good Irrigated farm
Ing land in Big Horn Basin, Wyo. Price
$3,600, mortgage $1,000. Would exchange
my equity for stock of general merchan
dise, hardware, groceries, shoe stock, or
would consider pool hall outfit. What
have you 7 This is a good SO and priced
worth the money. Address (Owner) Box
jae ureypuu, wyo.
HAVE half section hay and grazing
land Clear of encumbrance, six miles
from railroad. Wish to trade for clear
residence property. Omaha. Address Y
117, Omaha Bee.
I ', ,
WANTED TO BUY OR SELL R -E.
fc0 YOU WANT TO SELL!
'We have a number of calls for 4 and 5
room cottages. $1,000 to 1X500. on easy
terms. If you have something of this
nature ana want to sell It quick, see
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
6th Floor Omaha Nat'l Bank.
REAL ESTATB LOANS
LOANS of 11.000 ana UD desired on Im
proved real etate. Large sums a spe
cially, tv. ji. TiiuuAa,
238 State Bank Uldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEKK REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 217$.
!. CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlbenr Co..
r'v 810-212 Brandels Theater building.
MONET on hand at lowest rates for
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha cjty
yiupuny in any amounts.
IL W. BINDER.
82$ City National Bank Bldg.
LARGE loans our specialty. Btull Broa
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat,
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
"u, wcaa mac, utn ana Karnira.
GARVIN BROS. M&
WA NTF.nntV I nana .
yv Farnam Smith &. Co.. IMP Farnam St.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED TO UUY.
uachmaa will trat you right; best
tor turn., ciotnes si snoes. w. sin.
B. 8HAFTON buys men's cloth. W. 647.
WOULD like to set in touch with
party who has a 6 or 6-room house for
w, o oe moved on a vacant lot- Ad
jv m, umana Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
HAVE customers for 6. C and 7-r. hn-
Osborne R. E. Co. Doug, 1474. Omaou Na-
iiu(uu nu uiag.
LIVE STOCK atARlCEl OP WESX.
Sain lire stock to South Omaha s...
nuu anniiagc I our consign
tneats receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Cvnnlsaloa Mercbauta.
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlt
NEW YORK, Oct 30. -EVAPORATED
APPLES Quiet and steady.
DRIED FRUITS Prune", firm, with
Orcgoos scarce. Apricots and ieaches
more active in a joooing way ttalelns
23 S2 118
93 74 22
66 SS 61
itrtn nu. tv 7 p. e nt pta
Mlddla Ylt tllllllri t'. Ill
NU I14lliy h CMtullr. Omaha..
Omaha (lu ti. HIT
Omaha Om . UH
Omaha a c, B, Ht Hr. com.
Omaha O. n. It. A 11. tti.
' " 47
8 OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Prices About Steady.
i.ma'tit rcnTiMriTi; hemlock, firsts, 2MJ He ports ot bnnklnc troublps In HerUn.
30c: teconda, h break In tho London coiner metal
iiiinviuiiivH.i'Arir phhv. iii t'rva tn i marHi nnn n nficia bit mi sm sr x mr i
023.75: family. $34.6O27.00; rfhort .e'ear, t.mber by Southern lacltlo were other
$19,75&ai.W: beef, steady; mess, $11,504 bearish Influences of the day. Southern
18.50: family. $1.0W30.W. Cut ments, i.oflo reported a decrease In net of
steadri pickled bellies, 10 to 14 Ppun?" nearly $500,000. Various reports were olr-
average, $13.60K15.00i pickled hams. CUatej pj, nffort t0 .how that the
M4.00W14.2C. Lard, steady; mlddl west, country's relations with Mexico wWe
. .a ..a. . i ... j k.K.ia. t.ttiiv' pnn. I. t . , . . . . . . . .
iu.n'ui".'i reiinru, u: .n, I ei"g siraineo to uie DreoKing pomi, dui
tlnent. iii.w: m"'" - m Tne abeenoo of authoritative news the
pound, steaay, ra.J.sswe.ow. ... street paid little attention.
TALIiOW-Btendy: City, CHc; counirj, Honda were Irregular. Weakness showed
Cp6c: special. 6c. n various old established lines, while
BUTTEll-irreguiar reoeiii. '."V.ir: some of the newer I-sues were higher.
creamery extras, szow; "f ,7j' New Haven converUbles went to a now
SOSSlo: firsts. 27H29c: seconds, ?27o Jicoaooo.
state dairy, finest. SWaic: cooa oirair, Unltetl States bonds were unchanged on
iiH "O; process cxirai., " I call.
creamery, firsts, 25eCSHc: factory, J"ne Number of sales and leadln Quotations
firsts. 23HK!4c: packing stock, June make,
Xn 1. nuo I .....
rttRr.STBtmlv; recelnts. 2.800 boxes; .
state, whole milk, white or colored, ape- Am-Hcaa Uet Buiar.
American Cotton Oil.
KaQB-Flrm: receipts, ii,wca, "-. A ,c, Barltlen .
gathered extras, 3o4jI7c: extra rirsis, j i Amtlcan Untd ...
634o; flrat 308O2c; refrigerator, special American ixn-omcitHa
CSc; firsts. 227c; nearby hennery, Amarican c. & f, , fd
wnitea, nne to rancy, wotoc: nearuy uw vjj;-.
ncry, gathered whltejj, WFflwe; T.wicrn . . T obieoo .,
gathered whites. 3224oC. , ... AaaconJa Mining t?o.
ruuiii'Hi-hjasy; western cnicumm, Atemaan i.
UURIRUn! rowla. l&WKki: turkeys. 18c. AtchUon M
Dreneed, irregular; fresh killed western Atlantic coait Una......
kJLnaJ5S?o: fowlB' mi9!4o: turk0J'8 SetwrtSi i..i''v.'.::;;;
."""'i --. nnroVIrn ItanM Tf
' r . . it-anaaian racuio ..
ivanaaa City Urnin and froTiaiona, Onlral Iuther
alaa. lll.a. Law. Cloaa.
14,no !. 7W "?!.
Sloan nir Btntk YarJ, la. ino..
ran el 8atila t'i. 1M ..
!ubna, Uaho, la, 1MI
fnlan 8otk Tarda, Omaha
Warne Co., Brh. Bla. No. J. la. 1
Waltir. la, Rrhool la. 1114 ...
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Oct. $0.-Americnn h-curltie
moved Irregularly within narrow limit
during Ihe early trading today. At noon
the tone was uncertain and prices U
above to 4 below parity.
Canwla. reastf..,.. THiUulon raiitl IMTfc
4a areouat . .. n II. la ,
siLVUll-Har, steady at 271W per ounce.
MONBY-4f4i per cent.
Discount rates: Short bills. 4 1S-1CH6 ner
cent; three months' hills. S per cent.
.It. I.oola General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. SO. WHEAT No. 2
red. !MnHc; No. 2 hard. KtMUo: n.
cemorr, mc; iay, Wirie,
tviw-so, 7. 74Uo: No. 3 white, 7tio:
Decemler. "Uic; May, 73HC
No. 2, 41o; No. 2 white, 42mi4Je;
December, 401M0Tic; May, 43Hr43iC
it v 14 ic,
Is, 15H154c; state, whole milk, white American Can .W
colored, average fancy, 15o; "Kims, Am-rican can ti
I American t. aa r..,,,,a ,,...
l.io) kou Host, novi
2,400 Wi ti
...... ..... .....
1,4(0 SIH 94
ICANSAS CITY. Oct. 30.-WHBAT-No. Cheaapoak. & Ohio .... .
3 hard. 8l8Hc; No. 3, 82QHc; No. lc?" V"p:::: . ?!
CORN-No. 8, 72V407SHC! No. 2 White. Colorado Fual a Iron!.!; ......
TJmaW. NO. 3. TZhiWiC . Conaaiiaalad uaa ...
',400 2T7H til St I
rtATANn s nrhit. lie; No. 2 mixed. I Cora Producta
vnjnuy, I iiaiawara r itaaaon
seconds, 27c; "packing, 22c.
EGGS FlrsW, 2c; Beconds, SOc.
IOULTaT Hens, llc; roosters,
ducks, 10c; .springs, HHc.
nnrer A n. O. rfd.
9c; nrle l.t pfd....
nri ia tru
Oraat Northern pfd......
ureal rtonntrn ore ri.
Minneapolis Grain Market
wiuimiTViT Ta n, W WIIWAT'-.Vn. I .,.Tr7.. . '. "!
1 hard,- S6fl; No. 1 northern, 84"4jsc; I mtarborouiu Mat 2,500 iti;
No. 2 northern, 821484c; No. 2 hard Mon-I Inter. Mat. pfd 2,100 tU
tana. R2Vi8834c; No. 3, 80HO82c: Decern- International lltriraetar
Kanaaa City Bouthera..
400 UK I2H
ber. R3V4c: May. SSUc,
CORN No. 3 yellow, 6f.',4f?69c.
OATS No. 8 white. SlHfOTc
RICE-No. 2. 62Hfti5Ve.
OBIAIIA GBNKaAI. MARKET.
UahUh Vallar too 1I1H 111
LoulBTllla A NaahTlll .,
.. SI. r. A B. Ht. M
Mlaaourl. K. a T
Mleequrl Pacltls 2.100 t j;tl
I'aMm laai JLaC(lU ata
n. n. n. or m. m pfd
BUTTBR No. 1, 1-lb. cartons. $3c; No. g J J
1. 00-lb. tub. 31c. , Norlolk A Weatern....... "
FISH-White, fresh, 17c; trout, frosh. North American ......... . "!! !! ?'
16c; large crappies. ijrwn. . ioc. , ; ! S.0.W-,.P,M,,C ' M0 lM' "4
fialmon, fresh. 10c: halibut, fresh. Ho; lnnarlrania i,wo no 1M
buffalo. 9o: bullheads, 13c: channel cat- People's aa. ,oo m iu ii
nIW. PIK?. 15c; .Pickerel. 12c nSnh JL
. tn.nrui jticz uius lauvt kj. tr, .....
beraer. t-lb., 20o; New xorK, wniie. i-w. Jiepuoiic I. a 8. pfd.... li
FUULnii urouers, w"trluJ cl " c . "...... i.ioo
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading and Closing?
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Oct 80. Bears had the ad
antoge today In wheat on account of
more reassuring crop conditions In Ar
gentina and Australia. Despite the fact
tnat covering by shorts rallied the mar
ket there was a weak tone at the close,
with prices He to Hilc under last night.
Corn finished unchanged to H4TU higher,
oats oir a snaae to He ana provisions
varying from 10c decline to a rise of
Direct cable reports from Buenos Ayres
declared that the crop outlook on wheat
was far from Justifying the bullish re
ports of the previous day. It was flatly
asserted that the circumstances did not
warrant any uneasiness at present re
garding damage or because of alleged
backwardness of growth. On the contrary
the prospect was sad to be distinctly
favorable. Selling pressure that resulted
here received additional emphasis from
enlarged estimates of the probable yield
Buying of wheat at the decline reached
a liberal total and was supposed to be
chjefly for a prominent speculator, who
of late had been active In selling the
inaraei snort. Jtecoverv in oncea m
helped by spot purchaslnar here and at
Minneapolis on milling accounts. The up-
mm, uuwever, laiiea to overcome all of
uia eariy loss.
com developed streneth owlncr to r.
ports that the country waa aolilne- n.,t
to nothing despite advanced premiums. It
also waa asserted that shlrmtner mil fmm
me eusi naa improvea much. The late
Birenain in ino marxet contrasted de
cidedly with sentiment during the first
half hour of the day when Dricm auf.
fered owing to a forecast of warmer
weather west of the Mississippi. Oats rui
ned wiiu corn, tnouirn not tn thn m.
axienu aiosi ot me nay the cereal was
under heavy selllne- pressure, rhwiv hv
hens. 1 cock aS5 24H ?
LVeeie full leathered, 10c; squabs, No. 1, IftrrTlM'V'i ';
Omnlia liar Mnrket,
I'lLVtRIH HAY-Cholce upland. No. 1.
$tl.axa,12.0); No. 2. t.00d 11.00; No. 3, $7.0Ofii
v.--, .1,"..', .ii.i.Miitu, , u,W(IU,W,
No. 2. 19.00(011.00: No. S. IT.fJOJM O0 rhnln
lowland. No. 1. llOOtijUOO; No. 2, $7.00if
a,w; ISO. J, lA.Wifl.W.
BTRAW Cliolce oat or rye, $3.ta.00
Chotco wheat. I5.O0drC.CO.
ALFALFA Cliolce, No. 1. $14.00016,00;
no. iiwirii.iv; no. J, fiv.twniz.w.
Olla and Rosin.
NEW TORK. Oct. 30. COTTONflmF.n
OII-8teady; prime summer yellow, $6.h5
ID0.8U; iecemoer, .!; .Marc ii, n.tu; AiO,
TURPENTINE Enay; machine barrels,
RAVANNAir, Ga,, Oct. M.-TITRPIMC.
TINE Firm at 41o; sates, W9 bbls.; re
ceipts, wt bbls.; shipments. 130 bbls.;
. I. - an ma t.i.i.
u , v n a, if, c t h win.
HOSIN Firm; sales. 3,274 bbls.; reoelpls,
2,109 bbls.; shipments, 6,935 bbls.! stocks,
163,761 bbls. quotations: A. B. C, D and
E, $3.00ira.(aV.: V nnd G, $3.0Ctfi1.65; It.
t3.0Olr3.T0; I, 3.((fa75; K, $l.2W4.30; M,
$4.60r4.C5; N, $6.45; WO. $6.25; WW, $6.35.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30,-MUTALH-Irfiad.
pelter. quiet, at $5. SOOT. 40: London. 20
lis M. Copper, quiet, standard spot, un
quoted; November, Deoemner aim Janu
ary, $16.35 orrered: electrolytic $16.S7H;
lake, SI7.O0CT17.lS: casting, $16.MWtl.75.
Tin. easv: atrnt and Octnter. 139. 803(40.00
November, $J9.KKtf40.00: December, $39,90
U4u.iv. Antimony, auu; uooKiun i, i.w.
London markets cloned as follows: Cop-
. .... . . . . . . o "n
per, quiet; spot, a-io ivaj luiurer, -ia
4ia. nn, quiet; spot, iu um; iuiur,
183 15s. Iron, Cleveland warrants, Bla 6d,
T TyilTlH fp. M MSTTALS lead.
quiet, at $4.23. Spelter, steady, at $5.50.
NEW YORK, Oct. S0.-COTTON-Kppt
quiet; minaiwia; upianus, no; gun, ii.sac
I A ttWl K.t.a
LlVnhlKlOU Oct. 30. COTTON Spot
in unutea uemona; pnees easier! mm,
.1 1 1 .. a. , C n n ., 4J.. aa .
UIII1K tail, O.Iu, RUVH f lliuuillllf, I.OaU.
middling, 7.70d; low middling. 7.40d; good
oroinary, u.-a; oruinar, 'j,'1". Boiej,
The market closed within a point or
two of the Iqwest at a net decline of 50
points on October und 17ff26 on Inter
NEW YORK, Oct, SXCOFFISE Fu
tures were quiet ana nnoweu turtner ir
regularity today. Tho ooenlna- waa
steady, but prices soon sold 24W points
net lower unaer I auiaation. Tncru was
a rally later, with the close steady, 41Q
points net nigner; ijctoDer, lu.soc: uo
cembur. 10.63c: January ,10.69c; . March,
lO.V2c; May, 11.14c: July, 11. wo; Keptem
... r , . c . ....I... I a , n.,
riantos. No. 4, is.c Miia, auu; i:ornov,
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. DRY GOOD8-
Cottou goods and yarns ware quiet and
ii rm tooay. t ancy ureBS voous continued
In steady demand. Staple dress goods
with cotton warps sold moderately for
Immediate delivery. Raw silk was' dull
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. MARKET
I0QS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER
Fnt Sheep nnd Lnmba Fairly Active
and Steady Feeders ot Good
ttnnlltr Active, Other Are
Sloir, bnt Steady.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. SO. 1913.
Receipt, wore. Cattle. Hogs, cheep.
urnciai Monday 7,ws .of
Official Tuesday.. ..... 6.744 6.28$
Official Wednesday ... 4.516 4.661
fjumnie unuraday ... mav
Four dais this week.. 30.656 17.W5 1$!.?5
Qan.a. .1.... I... ....I, Vf 11 U.H7 15.11.
Same 2 weeks ago...... $8,122 2I.S70 143,S;J0
Same 3 weeks ago,,....2S.J2o i.'
Same 4-week, ago S4.042 21.4W 143,876
Mtna uays last yenr..Ji.e4
The following table wioni the "recwiua
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the J Bouth
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year.
Cattle 807.646 $39,614
llnir. 9.19 H.U S.47aM9 SJAWl
Sheep ...... 2.772,677 2,443,029 329,648
The following tabls shows the range oi
..i... . v... . v. . amiili Omaha live
stock market for the last raw days, with
a, rj. XJ a fJV. u.tiM
Wholesale' prices of beef cuts effective Houtlwra Haliwa
l , j. .... , nM,h. nrai Bl fnllowal 1 rft. Hll'aiv nM
lUUtt, ... -- -T.--- xj q a... -'V. . A."'-'
beef cuxo-fNo. a.u. v. "-"r- ,V"K"5
iwc: N0?1 13t. No. 1 chucks 10Kc; " on I.f.o 1ild "
- . . . . . . , i . . i . r n a , ..... .. . diu,,
nn. u 1 i;Uo: No. 3. 1140, NO. 1 I tinii.A ri,, i..:
Plates, svsc; no. , irr mm , ,,, 41.203 tiu tt'
1 MISCELLANEOUS . - CaUfornla flg, f jji pM Jg .gj
12-ox. pkgs., 85c: California figs. 60 8-oj. hjn5par .......... M u tj2
Jigs:. Y2r00; California black fp. 11 2- Jhlln Chemical .. ,,!t $
Total tale, for the dar.' niW'ihVrea. "
, V. w . "alffhlna
1. n..ii rom hna welahinaT 10 os,
rer dozen. $1.25; Dromedary brand dates,
PM-. P-..?! ,?mnJ?. "ta..1 ... N- Mouer Mark.,.
z.; pann i, .. 7 Si. NEW YOItlf rv.f ,."
lb., zc; beets, per m, i i I call itmn.T iiji " W'-munBi-On
lb. o; California Jumbo celery, per j Jlret(r?n,,Jf.i Per cent: ruling rate
!c" l. -ii. xaiphivdn celerv. oer dozen. .l'rr pent; cloalnr bid. eiiatt
So; clderT'per keg. &r. per half Kl- -twulr : .lity day.7 'utSSh
tvL. IS.W-. onion,; wJon., iS K ' ,1. Per cenffl
ley. per aonen, -jv,, -" 1 ,,; r.r. "f"i
hc'euw p"K2: 0'"0; wr DVrc,aiISKUAN"LE papEr.v4
peppers, per basket. $1.00; wax or green STERLING EXCHANGE Eaari" i
GSSl Pefbosket, $1.00; hot house cueum- tor sixty toiirt u tJ.
ita to 12 Uc; Venetian garlic per SILVER Bar, ' MVic; - Mexican rti.
eggplant! per dozen. Jl.60; horseradls 2 4c. Mexican dollars,
iiuib, 1, u. a -,''." . - . , . : , .. . , Q , ,
Artlclel Cloe. High. I Low . Close,! Yes'y.
Jan. 10 S5
May. 110 80-821 10 CH
Jan.. 10 65
May. I 19 80
10 82HI 10 75
10 67-60) 10 63H
Chlcaro Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 r..i
6Vfc4i4c; No. 3 red, 914393c; No. 2 hard.
wviuvaa; no. nara. kooio. fio. z north
ern, ubs, no. nonnera. s7tQ7Wo
No. S spring. 87t?8So: No. 3 spring. 85eSoc
velvet chaff, 8o; durum. SO64V4c
isom' no. a. o; no. z yeuow, tjhiotjo
No. S. 724r7ic: No. 3 white. 72c: No. :
u.IIah 71173 ftata. M, a .,.
No. s white, svsiowttc; standard, 4l4lttc.
Rve: No. 2. G6c Barley. LZSttlo. Bt-edm:
Timothy. $4.f5.60; clover. JU.0U.00.
Provisions. Pork, $20.23; lard, 10.(2Vk,
BUTTER Firm; creameries, U&tlc
POTATOES Steady; recelpU. 65 cars
Michigan and Wisconsin, 70375c; Minne
sota and Ohio, csyTic.
POULTRY Alive, lower; springs, ISc
fowls. l2Hc; turkeys, isc
CHEBSB Higher: daisies. l&SHSUc
twins, 14H01 4.c; Americas, 15ffl5Uc; long
EGGS Higher; receipts, J.2S3 cases; at
mark, cases included. 242SHc; ordinary
elaata T-MT- flr.ta S1n
POULTRY Alive, hltrher, springs. IJJ.c
rowis. KViC, turaeys. isc.
1 . .
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 30.-WHBAT-flpot
.steaay; no. 1 m am too, ns yya; no. z.
13c 7-crown pulled Hgs (boxes weigh- weatern Union ..:'.:''' "
about 5 lbs.). TOo: 6-crown pulled figs I wMtlnrhona iiartri. ';:;;
ahmit S lha.1. 7e! 7- I WKaalln. . t.u. -I.." i:a
Date. I 1913. 112.111.1910.10.190$.1907,
Oct. IS. 7 SSRI 6S 21 8 6s
Oct, II. 8 71 6 37 8 61!
Oct. 20. 7 754 6 80 8 J7
Oct. 21. 7 62V48636868K1
Oct. 22 . 7 68 8 48 8 44
Oct. 11. 7 67U 8 J 6 85
Oct. 24. 7 62S 8 43 0 28 8 60
Oct. 25. 7 67V 8 46 S 24 8 47
Oct. 24. 834619 826
Oct. 27. 7 62S 6 19 8 84
Oct. 28 7 67W 8 OS 6 IS 8 90
Oct. 2V 7 74 R 7 79 S 1$
Oct. 30 7 66 6 18
7 $l 6 21
rflnta nnd dlanosltlon of llvo stock
at the union stock yarns, noutn umanm
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock
IIWCHUT4 tJAllft .
C, M. A St v. nr....
). n n, . iiy., i at.......
t. &.N. w. iiy., west
c. et. p.. m. &. o. iiy....
c, ii. & q. Ry., cast
c n. J u. Ry.. west.....
u., it. I. & i'. it)-, e su,,
C. R. I. & P. Ry.. west..
Illinois central Jty
Chicago O. W. II'
Total receipts 133
Cattle, llogn. uneep
11 12 S7
19 20 81
4 4 1
76 21 S
, i a
39 cows..... 964 635 37 Cows.-.. SC6 6 25
11 cows. ... 84S 6 00
H. E. Chesseman, Wyoming.
20 feeders. . 7S7 7 30 feeders.. 8S4 7 50
Jones & Wlllford, Wyoming.
22 feeders. . M 7 60 21 cows 957 4 25
f rows 1056 5 85
8 cows 1116 6 60 U helfers.1078 6 85
R, M. Faddls Mont
21 steers... 1000 6 95 42 steers... .1055 6 95
1$ steers.. ..1093 C 75 19 steers. ...1266 7 OS
HOGS A fair run showed up this morn
ing .about seventy-three cars, or 6,000
had, being reported In. The total for
the week to date Is 17.365. nvr i.om .maii.-
than last week, and more than 6,000 lighter
man a year ago.
Trade opened out in fair shape this
morning. Not morn than half of the es
tlmated supply had been yarded when
ouyrrs aiarteu out, ana tne first sales
were made at prices that were about a
nickel higher than vesterdav'a
Movement wa not very attractive, but
seiiers kopi cutting loose, one at a lime,
unu oy v.m a ooa snare or tne eany ar
rivals had been disposed of nt nn ad
vanco of about 6c About this time, how
ever, tho market weakened, some buyers
quit bidding, and not much more was done
until one train, wnicn did not get In un
til nearly 10 o'clock, arrived. As soon as
these had been yarded, buyers started
bidding again, prices offered at this time
looking to be weak to possibly a nickel
lower than the early trade, or Just about
steaay witn yexieraay'n best time. Move
ment on the clone was rather slow, but
sellers failed to get prices back up to
their early level, and In tho end prac
tically everytning aoiu at tne decline
named. Summing up the general mar
ket, values look to be strong to a nickel
higher with the most or the sales show
ing the loud end of the advance. Bulk
of the sales landed at l7.75tT7.8T, and tops
reaonea i.w. a neavy supply or pigs
showed up this morning, but there was a
good demand for this sort of stuff, and
while values were a little uneven, the
sales look to be about steady. It must be
remembered that the quality and weight
of the pigs vary a good deal from day
to day, and for this reason It Is impossible
to get anything line an accurate nne on
this part of the market
In yesterday's paper the dome of the
market was quoted aa being the best
time, that Is nearly a dime higher. This
waa true so far as the sales ot the early
arrivals were concerned. A couple of
trains, however, did not get In until every
thing had been sold, and when buyers
went back to the yards to pick up thW
stuff, values had slipped back to their
early level, that is about a nickel higher i
than Tuesday's, average, or 6o lower than
the best time. Aa only one packer waa
bidding It Wan a oaan of Mil them at hi
price or hold them over, and when these
hogs finally sold they had to go on the,
No. At. Ftt. Pf. No, At. Rh. Pr.
It 2M 40 7 In 4I....2W 240 7 20
Morris & Co.....
Hwlft A Co s7
Cudaliy Packing Co.... 696
Armour A Co 335
J, W. Murphy..
L. P. Co 10
W. n. Vanaant Co 125
Benton, Vanaant u. iw
Hill A Son ... 1
F. B, Lewis 12
Huston A Co IS
J, 11. Root & Co J2S
J. II. Bulla IM
Hna.ona.tnck Bros. 361
ADcCreary A Kellogg.... 66
W-Tirteimer c ueifon....
Hi F. Hamilton 62
Sullivan Bros. J
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.... 2
Iowa Cattle- Cos...
Other buyers ...i..t.u
IT 140 ... 7 40
71 14 ... 7 10
M.. 1H ii. 7 M
77 171 ... 7 40
II Ill 129 7
II.-....1II ... 7
A I U 10 7 M
I.......24I 120 7 71
10 ill 140 7 TS
20 241 40 7 75
II ,,iri w 7 is
11 23! 40 7 80
7 ia 10 7 10
M 221 ... 7 M
,...,211 000 T IQ
....Ml 110 7 10
....:M 20 7 Id
12 211 ... 7 10
27. ......Ml 140 7 M
tl 227 244 7 90
M I4B 110 T V
U 211 400 7 14
II 241 IM 7 10
CATTLE Receipts were "man
even for a Thursday, only c,r'nb.e,;9".
reported in. Tills number rtn".ih"
ceiutB for the four days up to W.655 head,
liK? th. .mallest of any similar period
for a good many weeks backanasmai.or
than a year ago by over 14.000 head.
nil y steadV prlcesT' Th.rs were a few
grass beeves good enough to bring $8.1$.
The market, on .western, was ac vs uj
pretty miicn everywunn 'r:.,; ,
had changed hands at. an early hour In
pecans, per io.. -.. 'i.r I Closing Quotations en
b.. 15c; giant pecans, tximmaria , olIow,. .uuay lrtr.
shell, per lb.. 25c; Kllberu. per lb.. 15c; Vt g. u ,
rvraka almnnda. Dar lb.. ISC', paper shells, I d- ,u. n i. "a .ref. ta.. IS
23cT Brazils, per lb., "c; large washed. a. t. res U VnV ." E
per lb.. 19c; black walnuts, per lb., IVtc; 4. ceacn H'"- K. t ii 1! !?
mw No. 1 peanuts, per lb.. 7c; Jumbo u. a. 4e. re, ut . T4,'; fi
peanuts, per lb.. 8c; roasted peanuts, per mm ..lit Mo. ii
fb.f .Hci'lhell bark hickory nuts, per -jjf." .T,C' .1 '.
lb' 4c; large hickory nuts, per lb., Sc; lat "";? Jl K of tuiu
white Jlce Popcorn, per lb. 4c . ehMSteg. ""ji" Rr. c , "
per 100-pkg. case. $3.50; checkers, per M- Am Tob,c(.o u" 4
pkg. case. $1.5. ai.,.H hv Armour A Co. 4lie.. ty. jui
i rt t. inunwii E , i ... a n, . i i.niuin a.n. . r. r.
iv. fitllln.ifi ivvnlt cnmDanv:
FRUITS APPles NO. I Jonnan -
do CT. 4a lo. .. t H eao . U U",i
do ct. U..., ltl .No. Patifil J:"",,K
T. lL, .1 CA. Awn Tnnnthim aDDleS. 1 A. C. I lit la. . I1VL d . "'
r Bai. Ohio 4 9ii.o. . i
PP.L-' o r. do ma ...... ... 9omnn- cr ;.."
bPl.. H.w; no. i "En ..!-. "--.a--, nroov Tr CT. i,,.. u ,d ;"- i
extra fancy Calirornla belinowers. iirr, oen. of Oa. la ls Beadlni : ';.'' i!?
per box, $2.00; extra fancy Washington r,B, La4it,,r u.. 94H8. i X b p VL J
Orimes Goldens. per box. $J.X: extra cn. A Ohio 4Ha.. 4o i. Ton
fancy Idaho Northern Bpy. Oreeninr do conj. t. U a. w. 14
Rar&rS PSi Pear. O Q. 4.... ..4XB, AT-r.;.
and Prunes Extra fancy Elbtrta free- c M P , ,H,.ii8 S ui F'
stone peaches, per box, 76c: extra fancy tt . I. A P. c. 4a 1 4 Bo. h?Um tl ,i?!4
tiv,... ar.,nna nurhM "E prate lots. I An ,lr 41 11 I- A. 11'"'.' imu
nr rratA TOe; larre blue prunes, per lO. A H. r A o 4 lie I! Union TW
crate, $L15: 5 crate lots, per crate, $1.10; pb lrw. J.j-.j; i d. . l....."; .',
u.i,. :ur4ia . nar hnr. 12 75: Call- I ? J?? de ljrt a ra 1. 1.
Colorado extra fancy Klefer pears, per
box, $2.25; New York Klefer pears, per
3-bushel barrel, $4 00; Michigan Klefer
Pt-ars. Per bushel basket $1.35. Valencia
Oranges Extra fine Valencia. 126, 2U
. . 1 .. iss.. (.... ..... l.nlani,td.
Sizes, per dox, u. w , crw uM.a k , .i..,,.,., . ,
fsn :Y i 560 alx-a. ner box. Boston Stock Market.
IXOO. Lemons Extra fancy Bunklst, 300 BOSTON, Oct 80.-CJoalng quoUUona
ana saus, per dox, .w; ers. niuKeiju nn stocvsi
ball lemons. 800s and StJOu. per box, $8.60. lAUouai !SH0B"k
! do ct. 4e. a. B.,imwibaati nit
f eill. Cen. let r. 4a., 0 WwErtf iti 7. ' 'Ji$
r Inter. Mat. 4S4a.... 7SSiWt. SeT l, 4 '' S
r .intor. M. V. 4!i. 0 Wla. cSail 4.
Cantaloupes Colorado uurweu uems, per jadui, copper ;,y;:T". -D.V i
crate. $-00. Grapes-Extra fancy Gold a. z. . u A 8 "M ' - ,
Marfal Tokav araDes. per orate. $1.75: ex- I"'"" Vr
trn. fanov M'alara KTaDea Per crate. $1.40
New rorx grape a, per oas-ei. wc; w
basket lots, per basket, 29c; Michigan
grapes, per basket 28c; 60 basket lots,
per basket 27a; home-grown grapes, per
basket, 22c; 60 basket lots, per basket
21c; Imported Malaga grapes, extra fancy,
17.00; fancy, $6.60. Grapefruit Extra fancy
Florida, 40, o.ou; m, oa sizes, e.w. rsn
berries-Per barrel, $7.60; per box, $2.75.
VEGETABLES Potatoes, genuine Red
River early Ohio potoatoea, per bushel.
Kc; Maple River Burbanks, per bushel,
90c: Virginia sweet potatoes, per bbt.,
12.76. Cabbage Holland seed, per lb., 2c.
Onions California, large yellow, per lb.,
2ttc; Wisconsin, large red globe, per lb.,
2ic; Spanish, per crate, $1.60; white boil-
ng, per m-. 2C iDnuuow-vuuornia,
per 4-baaket crate. $1 76; 6 crate loU, $1.65;
home-grown, per basket, $1.00.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
l-al. A Arliao "ia vomialos 10
fjal. ac iiecja. ".vauia -.,,,,,,, to
lenteanial " 1114
Copper Rame C. C. '"'' I (J
Kranklln .,Jr,,r B. M. Va
Ortnbr Con. . ...... 70)4 Tamarack tj
Oreene Canaaea . . Hnl' a. H. It, M. ttx.
lale Korale Copper, ia oo pia jav
lui iAv$w r, vv'' W... J4
Qaot-tloa turnlahed br Bnrna. Drinker A Co.,
t9 umaae. ,a..vaa. waa aai.a.aai
Unrllaxten B. t L a, 1112 lUt 2li
Beatrice Cmuir pfd H J '
Colerldfe. Neb.. U. 1MI , 99 1M
CSalcaio Rj. eeriaa A, 1127 92 t)Si
I law, on Cv.. Neb., court houia la. 111! 99 loo
later. Rapid Tr. la. 1941 971, lit,
Kanau City Tar. Ry. 4a 194. .. 92 92
Cattle Hluvr, Genrrally Steady
Hofea Hhnde JH.her.
CHICAGO, Oct. 30. CATTLE Receipts,
4,600 head; market slow, generally steady;
beeves, I6.n0ir9.70; Texas steers, 3.70f7.SO;
western steers, $6.0038.10; stockers and
feeders, $5.(X7.60; cows and heifers, $3.85
8.20; calves, $a60fjl0.76.
HOGS Receipts, M,W) head; market av
eraged a shade higher, but cloned weak;
bulk ot sales, $7.9508.26; light, $7.700 8.23;
mixed, r7.7W28.S5: heavy, $7.CS.X; rough,
87.7(7.80; pigs. $6.S6r7.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 25,000
head: market strong to ioc nigner; native,
S4.10O6.15; weeteni. $4.1585.15; yearlings.
S.10S.15; lambs, native, h.7.w; west
LONDON. Oct. 30. At a sal of sheep
skins held today 6.9CO bales wore offered
and the demand was spirited. New Bouth
Wales. 600 boles at PKOOHd: Queensland.
coo bales, luaraa: victoria, i.ooo bales,
4.S10Ud: South Australia, .w Dales, un
9di Tasmania, iw bales. 6',iTJ7ia; New-
Zealand, l,8W bales, 4.iiva.
St, Loals Grnernl Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 80.-CATTLE Re,
celnta. 6.000 head: market steady: good to
choice steers, $7.1037.86; stackers and feed
ers, 15.2607.50; cows ana heirers, 24.7Mjn.7o;
bulls, S6.fcttJ6.75; calves, $8.(rw.W; south
ern steers, t6,00i .26; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts. 8.WQ lieaa: market ic
higher; ptgs and lights, $660. .20; mixed
and butchers, I7.WS.25; good heavy, $8.10
SHEEP AND JUAMUS lieceipis. z,wu
head: market strong; muttons. I3.761N.00;
yearlings, .00LOO; lambs, $5.2507.60.
Sinn City Live Stork Market.
HIOtTX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 30. CATTLE
Receipts, 1.700 head; market steady: beef
steers, $6,764. .70; canners. $3.6004.23;
stockers and feeders. 10.OMJ6.80: calves.
28.0Wi.C0; bulls, stags, etc., is.za'e.w.
liout iteceipts, :,uu neaa; mamer. uw
lOo hlaher: heavy. 17.60Q7.S0: mixed. $7.80
&7.S5; tight. 27.SMf7.fO; bulk of sales, $7.60
BlltJlsi' AND liAiint receipts, ;,
head: market steady; fed muttons. $5.2.
6.75: wethers. $4.25j4.76; ewes, $3.54.40;
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
ICANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct 30. CATTLE
Receipts, 6,000 head; market steady;
prime led steers, pi.WBv.b0; dressed beer
steers, J7.2&S8.85; western steers. J5.90S
8.60 : southern steers, $6.00.1.65: cows. $4.25
7.00; heifers. I5.00tfl0.00: Blockers and
feedeni, S6XV37.W; bulls, I4.56.OT; calves,
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts. 7.600
head; market strong to 10c higher; lambs,
r,OCr&7.60; yearlings, l&2&QCt; wethers,
4.60fr6.26; ewes. $1.0a3i4.76.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST, JOHEPH. Mo., Oct aXCATTLE
Recelpts. 2.000 head; market steady;
steers, I5.CO&9.O0: cows and heifers. $4,000
8.60: calves. 5.10 00.
HOGS Receipts, 7,fa) head; market
slow and weak; top, $7.90; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.000
head; market strong to 10c higher; lambs,
the morning. The suppij or e.
XlcVor W o-UuT lum to
dercenrk.nd. ot cattle wire a Uttle
mow ana noiutjr . . . i
quoi'.pg them lower than yesterday. I
COWS ana nriini -: "liii.z
supply nnd th. market opened up active
ana sieauy uj -
teruay. . . . . ... , ...
No material cnans. r
ers and reeners, puces iu. ...
.!.,, .nn it aiuiiuiia.j.
1 li.n,....aj - .
n rxtttla tlOCMl lO cnuiva
cotnfM'steer. Mj-r ilr to good
cornfed steers. WWW . ."I"?0" ?.fJr
comfed steers, ti.ovu'.w; - rir-
choice cornftd heifers, $8.6070; good to
cholco grass heifers. $Ioo7.00; good to
choice cows. $.00.r5; fair to good
e-rades. t5.2if.00; common to fair grades,
I3 256.86: good to cliolce Blockers ano
feeders, $7.Wti7.7: r to good stockers
and feeders. 14.6097.001 common to fair
?tockef snd f eedsrs. $8.76S.tO; stock cows
and heifers. $4.76. .75; joalv.s. 6.60
,75; bulls, stags, etc., $5.254J.60.
. at. Pr. No.
UM I $4 40........
" fi'EEltS AND HEIFERS.
no i ii n . '
' ,lM ,Mcows.
.1000 4 40 I...,. ii"
.. m t oo i,, ..,.. ..km t oo
10S IIS 1
. 1024 t 74 1.. 1110 14
Ui i h i ',M
lit I 04 1,.., ...... .1094 I 2
U0 I U 1 IW t IB
J-VrJ'iruilH AND FEEDERS.
a 170 I 00 II ! ! 1$
14 ....... . 710 t 10 1 I "
L ,...r, . air a
NO. Ay. ar.
Z2 steers.... c .5
48 feeders.. u iu
1 heifer.... P u
S heifers... 926 6 15
5 cows 762 S ,5
1 calf 1X $ 78
2 cows 945 4 DO
75 feeders. , $45 7 20
II 242 1W IB
..a....l 140 7 SO
li tai 7 II' a
0 240 840 7 IJV.
71. ......IU 4 7I1U
H.....77 124 TMV.
tl 24t ... 71
7l! 7 140 7 W
M...SII 234 JIJ
II. ...... 531 40 ti
ll. ...... Ml ... JM
lt.....l ft 7I
71. ......247 140 7 14
II. ......110 1W I"
II 122 ... 7 8S
II 0t 124 7 IS
ii ito ... 7tm
14,..-...t0l jja 7J7U
41. ......301 124 7 1714
II. ......177 24 7 tin)
65. ...... 4 ... 7 94
II..,,. ..ITI 204 7 M I..... ...UI ... 7 90
SlIEiaiWat sheep and lambs, again
forming a very small proportion oi id
receipts, wero eagorly sought atter oy
the packer buyers, and trade was ge" or
ally regarded as strong and active. There
wus not tho competition between the
packers and feeder buyers as was the
case yesterday, and this gave the pack.
Ing Interests more of their own way on
the market. Like Wednesday's trade, 9:30
o'clock saw pretty nearly everyinina n.
for the packers' use token out of first
hands. An eight-car string ot Cokevllle
lambs, similar to those at $7.26 yesterday,
brought the same price this morning. A
range or io.6oe7.Z5 took in practicauy an
the lamb offerings, the latter figure being
tho high point ot tho day. Included In
today s receipts was one loau or. -urmc.
lambs that sold up to $7.40, this being
about the first. shipment of cornfed ot
ferlngs of consequence for the seasom A
llirht tirinkllnsr of such .kinds showed up
during tha week, but it was not enough
to establish quotations. as compare,
with a week ago, fat lambs are quotable
The mutton supply was light, not being
large enough to make a market. What
aged sheep were on sale sold on a good
Btrong basis and. ltko lambs, show an
Improvement of 10. 5a for the week.
There was a lime siocanesa in an
feeder demand, contrasted with yester
day, this being often the case toward
the close of the week. The receipts were
fairly large and much the same aa was
the case most of the week. Really good
feeding Iambs, weighing around 65 pounds.
nnd such nre in tne pest uemauu, we
scarce. There were plenty of lambs
weighing from 42 to 60 pounds and th
quality was nothing extra. Prices In gen
eral were lime li any miiereiiv uin
terday and about steady with a week
go. . .. . . . ... , .
Quotations on sneep ana iam.; uuiim,
good to choice, $7.00411.40: lambs, fair to
good. tS.bmOM: latiroa, culls. 8i.OOM4.76;
lambs, feeders, $184.108.40.206; yearlings, light
veariings, lecuur.. ....-
good to choice, $1.4(tfp4.75; wethers, fair
to good, 4.4.60: wethers, feeders, $4.0)
64.4i: ewes, good to choice, lt.25624.60;
ewes, fair to good. $3.8566,25; ewes, feed.
ers, I3.85tf4.zti; cuu sneep, .vu8si.u
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
.Hit I 10
10.,... 1111 1(4
Live Stack In Slit.
Receipts of live stock at the six prin
cipal "western markets:
uaiue. nois. bheep,
... 6,000 8,000 2,000
... 6,000 7.800 7.600
... 1.70) 2.600 2,600
... 2,090 7.500 2,000
... 3.0OO 5.0M 20,000
... 4,600 20.000 25,000
Totals 22,200 60.800 69,100
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Vn. AV. Pf.
22 feeders.. 992 7 00
1 cow 1070 4 25
1 bull 820 6 90
5 cows 926 6 26
bulls 1300 6 30
Scows 1000 4 60
heifers... 645 6 36
6 bulls 714 o s
1 cow 1210 6 75 12 feeders.. 930 7 2C
i heifers... 842 6 76 S cows 1025 6 15
I cow 830 6 40 1 COW......1020 6 15
W. E. Hill. Nebraska.
23 feeders.. 901 7 25 29 feeders. . 003 7 00
visiieru ru., -
75 feeders.. 871 . , .
Charles Fleming. Nebraska.
7 feeders.. 1114 6 96 6 feeders.. 911 6 60
J. L. Brown. Wyoming.
14 feeders.. 951 7 40 14 rows.... .1020 6 40
G. Hurlbert, Wyoming.
16 feeders.. 666 7 60
J. W. Deane, Wyoming.
24 feeders.. 630 7 50
II. P. Thomas, Wyoming.
31 feeders.. 618 7 60
If. E. Cheeseman, Wyoming.
16 feeders.. 725 7 60
8. Skovgard, Wyoming.
10 steers..,, 729 8 00 16 feeders.. 981 6 80
13 steer 1129 6 80
Ed Lanlgan. Wyoming.
67 feeders.. 954 7 00 27 cows 1087 6 35
6 feeders.. 8S0 7 00 6 steers.... 1036 7 00
M. M. Cushlng. Wyoming.
42 feeders.. 838 7 00 5 feeders.. 83S 6 00
SS feeders.. 836 7 10 11 cows 1001 4 75
M. Onealy, Wyoming.
20 cows 925 4 25 12 heifers... 792 6 65
11 cows 1169 6 35
' . Hagheny. Wyoming.
83 feeders,. 884 7 60 10 steer.... 1157 7 60
Diamond Cattle Co., Wyoming.
2 feeders.. 993 7 40 27 heifers.. 939 6 7J
.6 cows . . 1C05 6 25
Anthers Cattle Co . Wyoming.
67 feeders 828 7 35 4 feeders. . 825 6 35
18 feeder 987 7 00 50 cows .980 6 35
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