Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 02, 1894, Page 6, Image 6

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , JUNE 2 , 180-1.
MERCIAl AND FINANCIAL
fuly Wheat Went Down'to Bed Rock with a
Grttah Yesterday.
WHEAT WAS DULL AND WAK ALL DAY
Corn Win Fairly .Stonily IVItliln One-Fourth
Cent ItaiiBO Oil Haying by Sliorti
iun Ofttn Closed nt nn
Adtiuico.
CHICAOO , June 1. July wheat went down
to bedrock today , toucliliiR Glc , and closing
IHc lower than yesterday. Kino weather ,
weak cables nnd free selling were thfe de
pressing factors , and the price went wearily
down , with very few reactions. July corn
closed % o lower , July oats % o lower and
provisions at n nllRht decline.
Wheat was dull nnd weak all day. The
market opened % o under the closing price
of yeitcrday , nnd uftcr selling up from HO
to -c , declined , with some. rallies , % c.
npl closed near the bottom. Offerings were
Ifljrnl from the Btart , and the southwest ,
Whlcn * loaded up heavily yesterday , aold to
day. The demand was light , and princi
pally to cover "shorts. " July was espe
cially weak anil wan freely sold , a good deal
of changing taking place at l-74c premium for
September. The morn favorable weather ,
the weak , discouraging cables , abtenco of
raah demand nnd lower outside markets
aided In the decline.
Corn was fairly utoidy , within lie range.
The action of wheat was against tbo price ,
but lack of offering presented a marked de
cline.
On buying by shorts June oats closed nt
a slight advance , but July was weak with
wheat , within Uc range.
Liberal hog receipts nnd the weakness In
wheat caiiied easiness In provisions' , moder
ate buying by packers preventing much of a
decline. Compared with last night July
pork Is lOc , July lard 7'/jC and July ribs 7'/4c
lower.
Lake rates were steady , with fair demand
nt % for corn to Buffalo.
The leading futures ranged as follows :
( "null quotations were us follows :
VLOl'llVnk. . .
WIIKAT No. 2 spring , 53 ic ; No. 3 spring ,
t > 7'/4c : No. 2 reil , SIc.
OOUN-No. 2 , 37Ti 3714cNo. : . 2 yellow. 3Sc.
OATS Nil. 2 , 34c ; No. 2 while , SGftQOTUc ; No.
3 while , 36iff3G'4c.
HYIJ No. 2 4'i\
1IAIIL11Y--NO. 2 , nominal ; No. 3 , MCMc ; No.
4 , 4 < ic.
FLAX HKHD-No. 1. 11.33.
TIMOTHY SI3ii-Prlrae , $3.9054.00.
PUOV1HIONS Mem pork , per bbl. , J11.77V5.
ft 11.80. I ird , per 100 II * . . JO.C7'iiiTt.70. ! Short rlhs
Ides ( loose ) . $ C.12"j ti.l7i3. Dry salted shoulders
( lKixedr.C214 ) _ , 5.87'i ' ; short clear sides ( boxed ) ,
' ' '
Vvi'u's'icY Distillers' llnlshed goods , per gal. ,
The following were Iho receipts aim shipments
for todayt
On the Prodnco nxdianito today the butter
ki-t was llrm and unchinectli creamery. 14aiOKc :
d.ilry. 10S14KC. Keen , llrm and unchanged ;
strictly ( rush ,
NKU' VO1CK UiSiiAI. : AlAllKBT.
Tcstcnluy's Ouotatlons on Flour , Oraln nntl
I'rnvlslons , Jlctuls , ICtc.
NIIW YORK , June 1. riXJUtt Receipts , 32,400
bbls. ; exports , 11,800 bbls. ; sales , 3,300 pkgs. ;
market weak and neglected , low erode winter
smrcu nnd wanted ; spring intents weaker ; buy
er * nml si-Hern lOo npaft ; southern flour , Inacllvc.
HYK FLOUR-Slow ; sales , 200 bbls.
JIItCKWHKAT Dull ; ranRe. 6SjJ73c.
CORN MnAL-Steadyjyellow western ,
2.70 ; llrnndywlne , J2.70 ; rales , COO bbls.
RYK Nominal : twal loads , 555Cc ; state , CSo ;
Jersey , track , 62ifJ53c.
IIAKLKY Nominal : Canada , C7c.
DARLCY MALT Firm ; Canada , DOO05C. ; west-
e'wiIUAT ' Receipts , 4-8,500 bu. : exports , C0.900
tin. ; sales , 407,600 bu. futures and 16,000 bu. spot.
Hpot market weaker ; No. 2 red , In store and elc-
vulor , 6CWc ; afloat , Cfl 4 6Ce ( , delivered ; f. o. b. .
B7Uc. Options made new low records today
owlnic to heavy early liquidation , due to dcmor-
nllzed foreign market , better crop reports fiom
the west and foreign selling ; prices rallied In
the afternoon on covering , but closed at Tie de
cline ; June , CCViijSeigC. closed at &CV.c ; July ,
C7)i(575ic ) ( , closed at 67So ; AUKUit. CSVi53ic ,
closed at CSHo ; September. C,4a60'4e. ! ) closed nt
K)1i ) ; October , COHftCOIJc , closed at C0c ; Decem
ber. lHtfiC3 5-ICc , closed at GSJie.
CORN Receipts , 58,400 bu. ; exports. 13.COO bu. ;
sales , 123,000 bu. futures und 100,000 bu. spot.
Hpot market weaker ; No , 2 , 42 } o in elevator ,
42l4ff42fto afloat ; steamer mixed , 42VU' . Option
market opened weaker wllh wheat and on better
crop news , but afterwards rallied n llltle , clos
ing about utt'iuly at Uc net decline : June , 42i <
4 0. closed at 42c : July , 43 3-16ci2 4TJ4c , closed
utr43 ! e ; August , 43W4lc , closed at 43ftc ; Hep-
temb r , closed nt 4lc.
OATri Receipts , k5,200 bu. ; e\ports , 18.SOO bu. ;
sales , 40,000 bu. futures nnd 57,0 < X ) bu. spot. Hpot
matket , mixed , noi offered ; white , firm ; No. 2
Millie , 42f42',5o ; No. 3 while , 41Uq ; track mixed.
western , 422i43c ; tiack , while weslein , 43l7c ;
track , white stale , 43ff47c. Oiillon market lower
on Iho weather Improvement wehl , except for
June , * 0ilch , under inunlpulallnn , closed c
higher ; olheis , Vic. lower ; June , " CVi'iTIOo. closed
ul 40c ; July , 3S"iff3SHc , closed at 3SJc ! ; August ,
cloHml at 32c ,
1IAV Quiet , but steady.
HOI'ri-lJulet.
HIH | | : Dull ami weak.
LKATHKR-Easy.
WOOI Quiet nnd steady ; domesllo fleece , ISO
! 3e ; pulled , 20ff2Sc.
1'ROVlSlONS-lleef , lower : family , J10.COff12.50 ;
extni mesa , IS ; beef hams , IIS ; city , extra India
mess , 517.fK)1il'0.00. ) Cut meats , steady ; pickled
bellies. C\Hf7o \ ; plckleil shoulders , 5fic ; pickled
hams , tO'ic. J.nrrl. loner : western stejm closed
nt $7.10 asked ; June closed nt 17,05 nominal ;
July closed nt 17,05 asked ; refined , nulet ; contl-
nenl , J7.CO ; S. A. . 7.8S. Pork , llrm.
Ill'TTKR Steady.
IJKSi ; Easy ; state. large , 8f3'.io ; small.
,
HOnS-FIrm ; recelpls , 14.120 pkgs.
TALLOW Stfiuly. ,
PKTROI.UU.M-Unlteil , closed 87J4o bid.
ROSIN Firm ; strained , common lo good ,
| l.sH i.37W.
TI'Rl'HNTINn-Flrm.
- .
RK'B-Kteiuly. .
MOLASSU.S About steady.
Pill IRON Dull.
c'Ol'PKR-Qulel.
LKAD-We.ikor : tloineitlo , 3.10.
TIN llaiely steady ; slnills , 120.00 asked ;
plales. markel llrm.
HI'KLTKR-Dull ; domestlo , $3.25 bid ; sales on
'changt' , 45 tons July tin nl 119.85.
CO1TON HK1JI ) OIL-lnnclivc ; prime crude ,
rjo ; oft crude , :01nn : yellow butter grades , 3lj (
85ci choice yellow , 3lc ; prime yellow , 32f33c ;
jcllow oft grades , 3lHc ; prime while , 36C37c.
IliiUliiuiro ( iruln Market.
1ULTIMOHK. Juno l.-FI.OIlR-lull ; receipts ,
M.U70 bblsi ; shipments , 31,143 bbls. ; miles , 1,050
bNs.
bNs.WIIKAT
WIIKAT Weak : spot , 83\WUJe : July , 5 ff
CfiHo ; August , & 7C(57Vic ; sleamer , No. 2 red , 524
4r5nc ; Meelpls , 17,94i > bu.J shlpmenla. 33,410 liu. ;
Hlnck , 473,067 bu. ; sales. Ui.OW bu. ; mlllhie wheat
by sample.
fOltN Uullt | iot. 45 < j bid ; month. 44Ho bid ;
July , 43Ho hid ; sli-ainer mixed , ' 42Htf4.i4ic ; re-
ccirls. H.6S7 bu , ; slock. 83.717 bu. | kales , 5.000
Im. ; snulhcni corn by sample , 46f47c ; soulhem
corn nn grade , 4USc.
OATH Sleady ; No. 2 while , western. 4 ( 4IHc :
No. 3 mixed , western , 42C43c ; receipts , 6,000
bu. : stock , 10,914 till.
RYK-Dull ; No. 2 , 65 J16c ; receipts. 220 bu. ;
slock. 9,6' bu.
HAY Quiet nnd sleady ; gixnl to choice tim
othy. ji47wni.i > .
(1RAIN I-'HEIUIITS W tk.
SlinAR Steady.
IIUTTIJH Hleiuly to llrm ; fancy creamery. 17O
184 ; fancy Imllallon. ij(13c : faney ludle , 114J12c :
Booil ladle. lOc ; sloro parketl , 809c.
KOOSJ Firms fifth , IZOISc.
CHKIMK Wwik.
_
Mknnritolls Whcut Market.
MINNEAPOLIS , June 1. The wheat > market
opened weak thl * moinlns at Uo lower than the
clone of ycileixlay , duo Jo weak cobles anil
financial troubles abroad. Reports on the con
dition of the whrat crop of this country werx
tilaiut the am ns joslerUay , but thn dilft of
thtf I railing was to the bear side and wllhout
any coxl support , prices d cllnlns Ha' further
ii ( UT ihr iipi'iiliiK. closlne Ic lower than yesler.
day nil iirjund for cash wheat , ol.l crop futures
nil nrwr crop future * . Wllh th llltlo aupixut
there vita , If Ihtre had been any lurif" lines
Mlllnr. price * would buv * fallen Hi II I more. The
hiifv 1In' of whent owneil here urn limit ) ' held ,
ud fta dl * | > o ltqii | wu manifested to flyiv them
nut llrrrlpli were 103,040 bu. , shipment * 7t"0
Lu. , niaVlnir a decrease In supplies , after lak'nir '
put Ibi lucid lalllloc cuu uuiplluu , ut noiuu
bu. for the twenly-fnnr lie r . PnrmrM nre still
inniketlnit fairly nctl In the northwest of the
surplus they had , nltliniiAh tli" suprlles ret'elvnl
In the country cle\ntois from farmers' move
ments did not eiiunl the shlpnifnts from the
Interior rlernlnts , imd n iiu-Iernle Oecrenre In
sueh elciatins Is exix'clnl to l shonn this
week ,
Thi crop Is still growing nell thmuxliout the
nortlmcst , nllhotmli Itinny pl.ices are reported
too dry for the IK I rcrulls , nnd mmm nr - even
sufferlnir , It Is mild , nllhmigh II Is pmbiiblc Mint
n fair dlslrlbiill m of ni lsture lien-after ulll
brlnn them mil In fair condition. Thr great
bulk nf thi > flelils of Iho northnest nr sllll doing
well nnd pnmliilng gond results. The nmrkrt
ringed : JUMP nnd July , fi'c ; Srplrmber. 54\if
Cl4c. On Irnek : No. 1 hard , 60'ct No , I noilh-
ern , M'ic ; No. 2 norlh-rn , t , ' < if.
The Hour maiket was slow , nnl Ihe tendency
sales was lo Ini-ldc rilllu-r limn outside quota
tions , allhoiiKh some sales of ( intent flour wcrn
made nt nM , nnd n few nbovf , with the gen
eral rntiKc nf quotnllons nl ll. ) ij.Ci ) for palenls ;
I2.nofi2.30 fur bakeis. Floni1 shlpmelils were
40VV1 Mils. , nnd lhr > | indiicll ! in about SO.OOO to
SI.OW Mils , foi the l \ rinlfour _ liourf ,
I.nci ; I I'milucc .Murket.
nOTTIJH The qil.illiy of. HIP liuller hn been
ImiiroUiiK ( iinnldcnibly of bile , niul buyers ap
pear n Illllu uicirv anxious In get hold of good
graM luieklng sloiK. The pucl.rTS have raised
Ihelr price In lhc iininli ) ID I0o on track and
t'ommlMlon men nir trying to force th market
up here. Thus far only.t'c ' has been rfporled
for packing stuck on ihls maikel. It must be
Itorne In mind , hon-nvrr , that tile ineklng sto < 'U
lii-r. > has bcon eiillid nx'er ' imd lols suitable for
the Pity irmle1 InlMi oiil , m Hint the axerage
limtlty Is not so good us thf liuller Ihnt Is
being bought nn track In tin1 nmnlr > . Oood
to choice ccnntry butler , 12Ullc ; scparalor
crenmciy. 17f/I5i' .
i : < 5IH Tlie receipts nvringc nln.ut the mime
from day to day. nnd the market does not show
any material change , 1'icrli slock continues to
command 9A ,
LIVK POULTRY-ThP re Mpt i of old fowls
arc heavy , and in < iiddltlan lo Ihr express s ilp-
nlenls a gMMl tunny old hens nr belnp broimht
In by wagons frnm neaiby polnls ami sold di
rect In the city trnifp. The re ull Is u lower
markcl , wllh nultnls moving slowly. Old hens.
5 < a5'icj innslt-rs , 3ff4o. The demand for other
kinds of poultry Is rnthfjllghl. . Ihoimh n lim
ited miamlly Is salable. Duck , 7f7V5 | ; lien
turkejs , 74iSc ; gobblerClfiio ! ; gee. i' , MlCc.
'VUAI Tlio receipts Inixe been \vry large nil
lhr > week , bul dealer/ have liMnaged to keep the
nlntkel prettj well cleaned up nnd prices have
been pretty well maintained , flood fat \enls
Were quoted nt C17e , with wiles of the best
largely t G'ie. '
PlorONS-Tlier : ( > Is o demand for old pigeons ,
but. young bluU that ara not strong on the wins
are nut wanted. Old birds , pet doz. , | 1.50@1.GO.
OLD RHAN8 The market Is steady. Neither
the demand nor supply Is wry heavy at this
pplnt. California ( hand plckul mny. J2.ljtf2.25i
western navy , $1.9002.04 ; common white beans ,
Jl.GOftl.s : , .
ONIONS New snulhbrn pnluny arc quoted at 14
per bhl. Top onions iiiu plenty. at 15I(2oo on
POTATOIJS Tlio receipts of old jiotntoes do
ndt appear lo beery large , but Hie , supply Is
keeping light up lo the demand. Colorado stock ,
inflS'lc. Tinni.irl.i't Is well supplied with new
southern polnloes , uhlili nre qtiolnd ut 2c per
Ib. on outers.
CAllllACli : While giKxl slocK Hint will stand ,
shipping Is not plenty , Iheie Is soim ; arriving
from Cnllf6rnla. At this eason of the year cab-
bAgu bus to be nuiketl oft lapldly , as It will not
hold up well.
ASPARAGUS Good home grown slock , 35JJ40o
per doz. on ordeis. '
P1K PLANT Home gro n pie plant , ! 82V4c on
orders.
TOMATOIM It Is almost ImpnsslUe to find
stock that will stand shipping. There has not
been n season In n long time when tomaloes
were as scarce as they anat the present tlmi1.
C.ood shipping sleek on orders Is quiled at $3.50.
OKISHN ViOKTAHLi.S : Radishes , per doz. ,
r07I25c : lelluci- , per doz. , KrtlOo ; cucumbers ,
I1.25W1.50 : paisley , per doz. , COS35c ; beets , per
doz. , COO Mi-
N13W HI3AN.S Recelpls are large and It re
quires quite an effort on the part of receivers to
keep the market cleaned up. Wax. beans , on
orders , ' ,4 bu. basket , J1.00S1.10 ; string beans , ! !
bu. basket , . .
P1JAS The market was overrun with peas nt
the close of the week , and ' & * bu. baskets were
billed out nt 7 > flI.OO.
CAULIFLOWER The market Is fairly well
supplied wllh good stock. On orders , 12.25 per
dos. There Is some very small homo grown
caullfloner arriving In the market , which cells
ns low as COo per doz. to the local trade.
FRUITS.
STR.UVnnRRIKS There were close to 1.000
cases of berries on the market today , and the
general quality of the offerlngH was good. Choice
shipping stock , on orders , 53.
riiniUUIiS The market was steady at the
price iiuoled yesterday , fl.25 for shipping stock ,
on orders.
QOOSUHI3RRII3S There was some Inquiry for
.green gooseberries , but not many In ; good stock ,
per 21 qt. case , } 2.75.
TROPICAL FRt'ITR.
HANANAS II has been no easy matter to get
bananas lately. There have been few sales In
New Orleans. A good deal of the stock shipped
to market has been too green , nnd It has been
almost Impossible In many cases to fill orders
with such stock ns was wanted ; good stock , per
bunch. JJ.OOe2.CO.
LKSIONS There have been very few days of
real good lemon weather thus far this season.
When warm weather really comes dealers look
to see n much firmer lemon market. Fancy
lemons , 300 size , SI ; fancy lemons , 300 size , U.75 ;
choice lemons , 260 size , J3.50Ii3.73.
ORANOns With Iho market full of berries ,
the demand Iscry limited for oranges , nnd the
supply on the market Is small. Mediterranean
sneels , J3.CO ,
FIGS Flint 7. Par Ib. . 12JV/ll5e.
DATES HalloHces , 05 lo 70-lb. boxes , per Ib. .
5'/4c.
I'lNKAPPLHS Choice , per doz. , J2 ; email.
J1.75.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HONEY California , 13c ; dark honey , I2 c.
MAPLE SYRUP Gallon cans , per doz. , $12.
NUTS Almonds , 15ftl7c ; English walnuts , 100
12c ; filberts , 12c ; Urnill nuts , lOc.
C1DUR Pure Juice , per bbl. , JG ; half bbl. ,
(3.25.
APPLE UUTTER Per 20-lb , palls. Jl ; half
bbls. , 3 c per Ib.
HIDES No. 1 green hides. 2'c ; No. 1 green
suited hides , Sc : No. 2 green salted hides ,
2c ; No. 1 venUcalf , S Ibs. lo 16 Ibs. , 6Kc ; No.
2 veal calf , 8 Ibs. to 15 Ibs. , 4c ; No. 1 dry flint
hides , Cc ; No. 2 dry flint hides , 3c ; No. 1 dry
salted hides , 4c ; part cured hides , He per Ib.
less than fully cured.
8IIHUP I'BLTS Qreen salted , each , ZSfiCOc ;
green sailed shearlings ( Hhorl-woolcd early skins ) ,
each , MJlCc ; dry shearlings ( short-woolcd eaily
skins ) . No. 1 , each , CfflOo ; dry shearlings ( short
wooled early skins ) . No. 2 , rach , Co ; dry flint ,
Kansas und Nebraska butcher wool , pelts , per
Hi.- actual weight , Elf So ; dry Mint , Kansas und
Nebraska murrain wool pelts , per Ib. , actual
weight. 4@Cc ; dry flint , Colorado butcher wool
peliB. per Ib. , nclual weight , 4O7c ; dry flint.
Colorado murrain wool pelts , per Ib. , actual
weight , 4i7Cc. &
TALLOW AND OREASE-Tallow. No. 1. 4V.BI
4Hc ; tallow. No. 2. ? ; @ % : grease , white A ,
4Uc ; grease , white R. 4c ; grease , yellow. 3c :
grease , dark , 2l4c ; old buler , 2ff2',4c ' ; beeswax ,
prime , 15 18c ; rough lullow. 2fl2tjc.
Sucur Mnrkut.
NEW YORK , June 1. SUOAR Raw , steady ;
sales , 1,300 tana Java , ! K ! lesl , 2 ll-16c , ex-ship ;
6.COO bnss centrifugal , 90 test. 2Jc nnd freight
at lloslon ; refined lower ; No. 6 , 3iif3 9-lCc ;
No. 7 , 3 G-lGfl3Uu : No. 8 , 3',1W1 7-lCc ; No. 9. 3 3-1G
3ic ; No. 10 , 3 l-16 3Vic : No. 11 , 3ff3 3-16c ; No.
12 , 2 15-lW3Kin ; No. 13 , 3 ll-16c ; oft A , 3 % 3\c ;
mould A , 4 > , i 5 C-lCc ; standard A. 3 ll-168'JT c :
confectloneis' A , 3 11.163c ; cut loaf , 4' i ( '
4 13-lCo ; flushed. 4S4 | 1.1-lCc ; pawdered. t'Mf
4 o-lGc : granulated , 3 13-16fr4c. cubes , 4 1 5-ICc.
LONDON , June l.-SUOAR-Cuno dull nnd
lower ; cenlilfugal , Java , 13s Cd ; Muscovado , fair
Us 9d.
rctlnlng. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Diilutli ( iruln .MiirkRt.
DULUT1I , June. 1. WHEAT l-o\\er ; No. 1
lifinl. cash , C7'ic ; June , C8V > e ; July , CSV : ; No. 1
norlhern , cash , C6c ; June , COTic : July , 57'6c
September , Cfilio ; December , C8'ic ; No. 2 north
ern , cash , MVic'i No , 3 , 48'dc ; rejected , 42',4o ; on
track , No. 1 northern to arrive , JS'/.c.
RYi-4-c. ,
FLAX HEED-tl.sr
OATS No. 2 , K\-jc \ ; No. 3 while. 35c.
Cur lnsp"ellon today Wheat. G7 cars.
RECEIPTS Wheat. 25,000 liu.
HH I I'M KNT8 Wheat , 232,472 bu.
N nv York Dry ( loom Mnrknt.
NEW YORK , Juno 1. The dry goods trade was
without special life In any direction. Some Inquiry
was made for coltons , flannels , dress goods ,
dommets , shlrllngs and collons , and also under
wear and hosiery. A larger volume of business
Is In motion than Is Justified by nppcurances.
'Frisco Wlittnt 4 > uotntIc > iH.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno l.-WHEAT-Wcak ;
December , 'J9c ; new sellers , Wtr ,
x Jtiuiclienter Tin tiles ,
MANCHESTER. June l.-Cloths and yarns
firmer , wllh more Inquiry.
\Vool Murlti't.
ST. LOUIH. Juno L AVOOIQulet , unchanged.
STOCKS AM ) IIONDS.
Another Dull Uuy Aninni ; the Dealers In
Keciirltle .
NE\V YORK , Juno 1. This was another
dull day In the Stock exchange , the market
being at times stagnant. Fluctuations , ex
cept In a few stocks , were confined to very
narrow limits , and on the whole tha epecula-
tlon was less Interesting than for a long
time. Sugar was dealt In moro largely than
on yesterday , but the trailing there
in was feverish In tone during
the morning , and a decline of
1U per cent was recorded. The selling In
the stock WOB largely based on rcasors that
the setiuto Investigation of Die sugar deal
would In Borne way prejudice tlo ] interests
of tbo refiners. In the afternoon the Influ
ence ot the scare had worked oft , and on
good buying the stock rose ZVt per cent ,
closing within V per cent of the highest
point touched , at a gain of 1 per cent on the
day , the preferred shares rising % per
cent. St. 1'aul was the only one of the
granger group which was at all prominent In
the dealings. U was sold In small lots by
London at the opening , receding % pec cent.
A recovery of % per cent was made during
the afternoon and a Una ) reaction of ft per
cent. Ilurllngton & Qulncy moved within
H per c nt limit , losing U per cent on the
day , There was foreign selling of Louis
ville & Nasbvllle. resulting In a ducllne of
I per * cent , of which U per cent was .recov
ered. AtchUon was sold , by London
Ui tut > mornlut ; and. ubveo.ueutly. bought
buck. The slock fluctuated between SVfc and
7ft > closing ! fc per cent above the
lowest figures. Missouri Pacific sold down
H per cent lo 26T4 nntl recovered the entire
lots , closing unchanged from yesterday. The
trndlng In the rest of the list was light , anil
prices moved Irregularly , the speculation
being depressed In lonb during the morning
and In the main nrm In the afternoon , the
market closing fairly flrm.
The bond market was generally flrm
throughout the day.
The Evening I'ost says : Speculative Wall
street , and nobody cite , 1ms shown any In
terest In this week's market has two un
certainties to supply Its gossip and Influence
Its operations. The tariff bill's early passage
and the coal strike's early settlement are
both freely predicted. Information , however ,
Is limited to predictions , nnd this being the
case , no small market adventurer Is dis
posed to get far distant from his moorings.
Prices have therefore moved nil the ncek ,
Including today , In n steadily narrowing orbit
around the centers fixed a week ago.
Today the fluctuations of Sugar stock made
up practically all the market.
The Evening Post's London cablegram
says : The stock markets were In a condi
tion of stagnation today , except for English
Investments , which were Htrong , on the ple
thora of money. The Argentine gold pre
mium Is down to 30C , but uncertainty about
the loan operation nnd the ability or the
government to meet the service debt de
presses values.
This and the continuous weakness In
Americans check all speculatlom 1 am In
formed that the Argentine negotiations will
probably be settled favorably nnd cUlckly. |
This , with the speedy passage of the Amer
ican .tariff bill , would .stimulate the markets
here'marvelously. The condition of Argen
tine exchange favors gold shipments from
here.
here.Tho following nro the closing quotations
on the leading stocks oMhe New York ex
change today : *
_ " " _
Alchlson H Northern P.iclnc.
Ad.tnls Express. . . M7 No. I'.ic. pfd it *
Alton , T. II III ) U. P , D. & O
do pfd 1.10 Northwestern . . . . IS ? "
Am. Express 112 do pfdi.,1
ll.iUlmoroA.Ohlo. 172 N. V. Central
CanadaPacllle . . . tr. : N. Y.&N. Kng. . . .
Cnnatl.t Soulhorii. 40 Onlnrlo A W
Central Pacltlo. . : Oregon Imp
Chos.&Ohlo Oregon Nav 1ft
Chlcnzo Alton. . . . O. S. L.AU. N. . . .
C.,11.5cQ Pacific .Mnll
Ohlc.iiro Gas P. U. A , K
CotiBolldntodGas. PiitHhiia ice
C.C. C. iVSt. L . . . Pullman I'alnco. .
Colo. Coal . < - Iron 10 Heading
CollonOll Cert. . . Jll.l HIcliniondTerni. .
Del. Iliulion 1:11 : do pfd is
Del. Lick. AW. . . mil H. O. W 14W
I ) . All. O. pfd JO H. O. W. pfd 42
D.JkC. R Co Hock iMland 07M
Kast Tcnn SI. Paul f'fiH
Krlo St. Paul pfd UH
do pfd Hi. P. & Omaha. . . : i3
Fort Wayne do pfd. . . 11 ! )
O. Northern pfd. . 100 Southern Pac is
C.&B. I. pfd Sugar Hutlncry. . . 11) IU
Rocking Vulluy. . Tcnn. Coal A Iron
111. Central HUH Texas Paclllo. . . .
St. P..VIuluth. . . . T. &O. Ccnl.pfd. . 70
K. & T.pfd 2'2 Union Paelne f *
Lake Erie & W. . . 14M , U. 8. HxpreHi
do pfd OOH W.Sl. L.A.P
Lake Shore inu : do pfd 1C
Lead Trust Wells nirgo Kx. . las
LoiilsvllIo&N. . . . Western 1'nlon. . .
Loulsvlllo & N. A. W. A L. E
M.'ltih.-UlarrCon. . . HUM do pfd
Memphis A. C c MA.St. L
Michigan Cent. . . . OS D. AH. O
Mo. Pacific O. K nt >
Mobllo.V Ohio. . . . 18 N.L 18
NashvllIoChat. . . 70 C. P.i I J4
National Cordayo. 23H do nfd UHH
do pfd 4 II.AT. C UHHT
N. J. Central 10U T..A. A. i. N. M. . . T
N. &W. pfd SOW T. St. L. AK.C. . . .
NortliAm. Co do pfd
The total sales of stocu today wore 103,312
shares , Including : Atchlson. r.tWO ; American
Sugar , 42,600 ; liurllliRton , 12.4UJ ; Distilling. 3.10U ;
Louisville & Nashville. K.700 : MIvx mrl Pacific.
5,400 ; Rending , 2,100 ; St. Paul , 7HKK Union
Pacific , 2COtf.
2COtf.Now
Now York Money .Miirkot.
NEW YORK. June 1.-MONKY ON CALI-
Kasy at 1 per cent ; last loan , 1 per cent ; closed ,
1 per cent.
PRIMi : MKRCANTILR l > APiil-X S pel-
cent.
STERLINO KXCHANOi : Firm , with nctunl
business In bankers' hills at J4.SS3,4 for demand
and J4.87H for sixty-day bills ; pasted rates ,
J4.8SV45I4.90 ; commercial bills , Jl.fS'.j.
HIL.VKR C'ERTIFIfATBS r43 3o.
GOVURNMUNT IIONUS Film ; slate bonds ,
Inactive.
The closing quolutlons on bonds :
U. S. Bares I17H S. L.AS.F.Gen.M.
U.S. Bscoup. . . . „ 11751 St. P Consols .
U.S. 4 rcg 11 aw SI. P. C. A P. Isls.
U. 8. 48 coup 113M T.P.L. G. Tr. Rots
U. S. 4 3re * Ult T.P.R. (1. Tr. Rets
Pacinctlsof ' 1)3. ) . . Union Pac. IBIS. .
Lonslana atpd Is. West Shore .
MlBSOiirl UH 11)1) ) K. G. W. IBIS .
Tenn. new set UH. 10'J Alchlson 4s .
Tenn. new set .la. loa Alchlson 2KB A. .
Tcnii. now Bet Hi. 7UH K. II. AS A. Us. . .
Canada So. suds. . 104 do 78 .
ICcn. Pae lnts . . . 105 II. AT. C. Os .
U. A. H. G. Isls. . . na dotH .
ID. &B. G. 48 7t\7 N.C. OH .
ICrlo 'JndH 72 do IH. .
M. K. & T. Gen. UB 44 Tonn. old Us. . . . . .
M , K. & T. Gen 5s 7UM Va. CeniurlcB .
Mutual Unlonlls. . 10UH clodoforrcd .
tN. J. C. Int. Cert. 110 S. C. nonfiind .
No. Pac. Isls Ala. Clasa A . 101
Nc Pae. Snd ! Ala. Class I ! .
N. W. Consols. . . . Ala. Class C .
N. W. Deb. BB Currencies . , .
St.L.il.M.Gen.&H.
offered , t bid.
liostnii Stodc Ouotutlons.
BOSTON. Juno 1. Cill loans. IKai ! per cent :
tlmo i loans , vyi'VAM per cent. Cloilu ? prices for
Blocks i , bonds and mlnhur slmras :
Sun Fritnulsco Mining iiotntlons.
SAN FRANCISCO , Juno l.-Tlio onlclal oloslns
quolalloiiBfor mlnltis atojkotatiwjrjili fol
lows :
Aim 10 Hula A Norcross. . . r < 0
Ilulchcr 120 Moxlcnn 12.1
Rest Allclchcr. . . . . ion Ophlr 205
Ilodla Con DA Polosl HH
Ilulwcr 10 Savage 71
Chollar GO Slorr.i Nevada til )
Con. Cal. A Va 40.T Union Con 70
Crown Point 1)5 ) Utah 8
UuroKaCou ! li > Yellow Jacket 70
GotiltJ ACurr.v. . , . lll.t
London Stuuk M irkot.
LONDON , Jiinu 1 1 p. in. closing :
Consols. motiu.vIOl 1-1(1 ( Mexican ordinary. 1UM
'Consols , aco'nt. . . . 101H St. Paul com MOW
Canadian 1'jultlu. . . (1CH ( N. Y. Central 100
Erie 13M Pennsylvania fidif
Krlo 2nd 73K Ri-adlnjr KM
Illinois Ccnlr.il. . . OiiM Mcx. Con. IIKWla. .
ex-lnl.
11AR SILVER 2B B-lfld per ouneo.
MONEY K M percent.
The rate of discount In Iho open market for both
short and thrcu months' bills is 1 : i-1 u pur cent.
Now York 'Mining ( juntitlun : .
NEW YORK. Juno L The followlns ard the
closing mining quotations :
Cholor. ' , M Plymouth 20
Crown Point. . . . 7.1 Sierra Novada. . , . . 00
Con. Cal. A Va. . . . 4'JS Standard. . . " . 140
Dc.ldwood 60 Union Con 70
Gould A Curry 1)0 ) Yellow Jacket. . . . 76
HaloA Norcrosa. , AO Iron Silver 10
Homcstako 1250 Quicksilver 200
Mexican 100 do preferred 1400
Ontario , . . , . 7i'iO llnlu cr 10
Ophlr. . ; ' . ' 80
Chicago Ntciclc UuotatloilB ,
CHICAGO , Juno l.-Slocks lower. Closing
prices :
City Railway JIOi ) N. Chtcniro SI. Ry. . 244M
Alley L W W. Chicago St. Ry. 1 M
LilkoSt. L 10V QasSH HIM
Diamond .Match. . . . lllll
Fllimirlul Not4 > .
ROSTON. Juno L Clearings , } 13,2iDS3 ; bal
ances , J1.7W.352.
I1ALT1MORH. June 1. Clearings , 3,0a,770j
balances , JOJl..i'J : .
PAU1H. June l.-Three per cent renles , lOCf
CJu for the account.
I'HILAUKLPHIA , June l.-CIearlngs , 111,710-
Wl ; balances , 2M3'J11.
LONDON , Juno L The amount uf bullion goni"
Into the Hank ot England on balance today was
CINCINNATI , June 1. Money , 2 flC per rent.
New York exchange , Ma premium. Clearings ,
IZ.Z71.COO.
BAN FRANCISCO. June -Drafts , night , 100J
telegraphic , l4c : slUer bars , ' lTte ; Hex-
lean dollars , CHiM'.ic.
BT. LOUIH. Juno l.-Clrarlngs , } 3.33r.iMi bal-
nncei , $ lSU,5k6 ; money , dull at 5fi7 per cent ; cx-
changti on New York , 7io premium bid.
CHICAGO , June Clearing * . JU.cVtt.000. For
eign exchange , dull ; slerllng rxctmngp , I4.S
4.Wii New York exchange. 70 premium ; money ,
strudy ( it SWJ per cent.
NEW YORK. June I.-Oold shipment * by to- k
morrow's nUamers will bu between IJ.hJU.IHx ) and
N , 000,000. Tlio Hteamer Tra\e. from t4outham ) > -
lon , brought 376,000 francs In gold , 'The New
port , from Pununm , brought | ! 9i7IO In silver bare ,
The average dally redemptions of mutllutnl qur-
mncy In the New York sublrraeury have In-
crrased from JMO.I/X ) to tt-00.000 per day In the
past month , which la regarded as an Indication
of. the dullneiM nf trade In Interior loculltlvs.
Clearings. SO , 9tlO ; baluncei , J7,048,36i. .
flood mualo , fine Ixiatlng , Courtland bench.
OMAHA LIVE OCR MARKETS
Month Opens with it Ffelr Run of All Sorts of
Offerings ,
ml n
TK
BEEF TRADE OPENED , A TRIFLE WEAKER
( ' -j ,
Liberal Sr.pply 4llrc 'iei\lers ) n Clmuco to
J'lcli IloK Drop" Off n Dlmo nml
Close IVcitlc lit the
zrr-
"
„ . " * FIUDAY , June 1.
t The month of Jun < ? opens with a very fair
'
run of all kinds' of'-tlcck. Receipts for the
flvo days , compared with the corresponding
period last werk , show n falling off of about
1,200 cattle and 1,000 sheep , while the In-
crer.se In , iiogs has been about 7,000 head ,
Ample cattlu receipts caused a rather slow
market , but a good general demand pre
vented any serious decline In prices. He-
cnlpts bore for this week have not been all
heavy , and nt other points a considerable
falling off has been noted , so that cotull-
tldns generally have not been unfavorable
to "tellers. Local b'uycrs started In rather
bearish , but n good outside demand held
prices about steady on desirable beef grades.
Common hiflf fat stock did not' fare so well ,
and most buyers were Inclined to neglect It. .
Rough heavy cattle and thin light stock wa's
slow of gala all day and generally at prices
\ycnk to a shade lower than Thursday. Con
sidering the rather liberal supply , the
movement was fairly active , and an early
clearance of desirable stock was effected ,
while there were a few odd bunches of com
mon stuff still In first hands at the close.
Good to choice fat cows nnd heifers were
In active demand nt strong prices , but the
common and canning grades ruled dull and
lower. There were a good many calves on
sale , and trndo was slow at steady to a
shade easier prices. The market for bulls ,
oxen and stags * was just about steady.
In stackers and feeders n very fair amount
of business was transacted , and generally
on the basis of stilt ( Inner prices. More
country buyers appeared than for sometime
past , and present supplies arc not at all
burdensome. The general market Is quota-
lily lOc to IBc higher than a week ngo. Fair
to good stock sold largely at from $3 to
$ .1.25. Good to choice feeders arc ( mated at
$3 to | 3.40 , fair to good at $2.TC to $3 and the
commoner grade's at from $2.75 down. Rep
resentative sales :
I
3 mixed 78J $1 DO 65 steers " 528 $2 73
17 mixed SSI 3 00
HOGS The supply was 1,000 lighter than
Thursday , but nearly 1,500 heavier than last
Friday , and the Increase so far this week
over last amounts to nearly 7,000 head. In
quality the hogs were not so good as last
week , the proportion of common light stuff
Increasing dally. Business opened out slow ,
with buyers generally bidding about a nickel
lower than Thursday. The general market ,
however , was not more than a shade lower.
There were several sales of choice , heavy
and butcher weight hogs at from $4.07 % to
$4,05 , nnd common , light stuff and pigs went
at from $3.50 clown to $3.30. The close was
weak at the decline , but about everything
finally changed hands , the bulk at $4.BO and
$4.55 , against $4.55 on Thursday and $4.65
and $4.70 on last Friday. Itenrcsentutlvo
sales :
No. Av. Bh. Pr. No , Av. Sh. Pr.
94 1C3 240 $4 30 74 216 40 $4 52
93 , , 156 160 DO , 2li5 120
3. . 273 . . . 7G 253 120
4 330 . . . C3 21 80 65
W 1C3 240 72 2IH 120
83 192 160 75 23 $
81 178 124 niiI 71 , . . . . . .220 80
97 175 80 ' " ' i4 ICO
83 184 i > 0 - - cc' ! , . .240 SO
104 .189 120 a fs 65 . ,236 10
11 183 M 14 * { to . .242 240
G4 227 160 i rni > 88 , , , , , . ,223 120
W 240 120 _ j S" 63 . .2) ' )
" " ' ' ' W * " ' . .210
! ! ! ! > . . . 60 11l"'V 200 40
2. , 323 . . . DO Cl. . . . } , .243 120
10 2 7 . . . ' " . ,213 ICO
G 282 40 : . . .227 10
G 2UO 80 , . . . ' . . , . ICO
6 248 40 , 63 23 120
22 219 W < M. , 277 IM
71 222 200 65 218 . . .
M.,206 40 ' S3 . . .231 120
, , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . , 160
85 213 10) . . . . . . . . 160
78. , 249 360 Cl , .2 0 160
79 201 320 OS. , 267 80
79 174 240 69 279 200
78 193 . . : 74 234 241 2
41 20J 160. 66 : M 80 55
1 290 . . . , ci , . : oc so 55
I ) 250 . . . . C9 200 55
61 244 ISO C9K > , . : ; ; . . ; 80 55
30 243 200 Cl SO 120 55
Id 241 ICO 55K ,
76 234 120 77 u.225 200 K
73 232 SO CS . ,260 . . . 55
so ; , , 7 2 o D9.-.2.V > ] GO 55K
10 308 . . . Si , . . V2 160 K
4 , , , 342 . . . 72 , ,277 SO K
4 304 . . . U 241 160 V
64 314 160 711 , .213 120 C5C5 p
Cl 229 .11. 14 232 240 C5
6. S20 . . ; 67.T. 249 IM C5CS
M ) .1W 1 0 7I , , , . . . 232 120 CS
. . . , . . . .2il ( 120 69 211 V > CSM
. , , . , , . . 200 7 , . , , , . , .228 . . . 55
6t ! 22.1 120 78 , , ,245 120 ST.
74 210 IM 38 . .245 . . . ST.C5
75 240 IW . , . , . , , . ISO C5
79 , . . .III 160 U.,3tt IW. 5i
, , ,2cl7 240 , , , . , . 80 CA
a ; : : : . , ,2.13 120 C0r..272- . . . CSW
,211 M . . , ; .i.5 see CSC5
; ; ; ; ; , . . . . e 2H id ) C5
76 233 40 3. , , , . , ,303 W S7U
.63. 234 120 14 . 2/7 tO Mli
73..223 IW ; 67(4 (
n i-a w ciilliiiiizn iw
SO 1(7 I M'i Cl 247 0 I
(1 210 tO 4 81'i 74. 2M 0 I 57V
J . . . JI6 110 4 SJi { t.9. . 231 1 4 J7M
SI. . Ml M 4 81 * M. . : , . 4 67' )
II . . , .837 SM 4 C2 < J M , . 977 . . . 4 (0
7 ! 224 920 4 tJ'k ' M 257 TO 4 CO
70 234 l 4 GJ < t 77 22S . . . 460
si 191 : so IMU ei : is 40 4 co
74 235 SO 4 HiJ : . . . 4 CO
1 210 SOO 4 C2H (1 2)5 ) 240 460
(6 21 } 120 4 62'4 ' M 293 . . . 4M
67 242 1ft ) 4 52' { CS Ml . . 4 65
. . . . . . . . (0 4 & 2 < J 70 CSi ) . . . 463
1 1QS AND 1SOIH1U ,
t 0 . . . 3W 1 479 . . . 415
, , . . . . . . . . . 323 1 .630 . . 4 21
1 . .410 , . , 40) 3 2i3 . . . 445
SHEEP Supplies consisted of ( wo doubles
of western mixed aheep nntl two of Mexican
lambs and ycnrllngs. Tlio sheen avorap.eil
102 Ibs. . and sold readily nt | 4,35. Tlio do-
tnand Is Rood for denlrablo muttons niul
lambs , and prices qtiotnbly nrm. Kalr to
good native ! ) arc quotable at $3.50 jj ? 4.40 ; fair
to good westerns , $3.2004.30 ; common nnd
stock sheep , | 2.50T3.2G : Rood to choice 40 to
100-11) . lambs at J3.50UT4.C5. Ucprcscntatlvc
sales :
No. \vi. i > r.
: w > mixed IUB * 4 : i :
Itccolpn mill ll pnltlon or .Stock.
Official rcDiUHnnddlHtKHllloiorilJ2.lHriotv | ! : ! i
byihahoakaor tin Union StJ3't Yarli ronpri/
for tlm twenty-four IioilrH umilnir nt if o'clock p. in ,
Jtmo 1,18U4t
CATTLE. TMI.I
Curs. Hend Cnrti Care. llcad CUM , I Head ,
It.OO" till 11:11 : il in
Jlttl'OltTIOX.
nurrits. CATTLE.
Omaha Packing Co
ThcG. II. Il.iiiimond Co. .
l.Ilil )
. . . . . . . . . lie CO. . . 010
John P. Squlro A Co
L. Heckor Ill
A.II. . 401
II. UcckcrA Down 181
I * . U. Armour 11511
Cuilnliy Ilros n.w
Rlnvolnnil 1117
Chicago P. A ; P. Co. . 1:1 : a
ShlppcrRnnd feeders
' "
leftover "llOOl "Mil
Totals. nn :
CHICACO I.IVK STOUK.
Cattle .Market Quiet mill Steady Wlitlo
Ii > B \Vrro U'riik.
CHICAGO , June 1. The cuttle market was
iiulet ami steady today. Only about 0,40 ( * head
arrived , niul the tntnl for the last live Oiiyn l
Inn cly 48,0)0. ) Thcio weic bujrrs tor nil offerings -
ings nnd the advance gained caillcr m lhoeek
\\UH closely adhered to , the feeling , HO far ul
least as the upper grades uure coiiceiitt'd , brlmi
rather Him. Today'8 onViingr Inohided few
choice loin nnil ther was only here und there n
sale abate Jl.3"i , but the hulk of the sierra sold
ut better than J'1.90. Choice mm it anil helfi'18
nre FUlnble at full prlres , while poor to coniiiuiu
grades were not ipiidlly tinned o\er lit Tiling-
day's quotations. The run of Texhs euttlc ns
estlmateil nt l.OHO hend. nil of which were wanted.
The hog mark < l was \u-akrr. It open d nt
from So to lOo off from yestenlay'M iiuotutlons niul
remained dull nndciik until nimr the clo-te , when
there was n slight Uniting up , closing pntex showIng -
Ing a decline ofnot more than .1c. No one had
looked for as many IIOKS as had actually ar
rived ( estimated nt 28.000) ) , nnd the iteniunds of
buyers for concessions did not meet with \ery
stubborn leslstanee. At fium II.S9 to J1.75 for
common to prime light anil nt from J4.fi > to $4. 8.1
for heavy n eights , theie wow n very good clear
ance nnd the late in.nket was llrm. The bulk of
sales were ut fium J4.C3 to J4.7.1 for 1'ght ' and nt
from $4.70 to J4.80 for medium anil heavy.
The sheep market was dull and lower. There
was very little call fiom any iiuiirler and sheep
were from 15c to 20c lower , ui from $1.50 to 54.M
for choice. The lange of prices for > e.irllugs
ulso was lower , qtintntlons being diopped to
from $3.2. > to J4.SJ. Spring lambs weic dull and
weak at from J.I to $ . " > .W.
Ilecelpls : Cattle , ,4'W ' henil ; cnlves , 300 head ;
hogs , 2S.OOQ h ° ad : sheep * S.IKH ) head.
The IJxenlng Journal ri'poits.
CATTI.1B Heeeltits , li.DOO hendi SM Texnns ;
market slow , weak ; prime to extra native sti-ers ,
J4.15W4.CU ; medium , JJ.SWf4.UO ; uthvis , $ J.3003.SO ;
TexnilH , t3.10fi3.S3.
HO(5S Jlecelpts , 28.0OT hend ; market 'ic lower ;
rough heavy , Jt.J 84.M ; packers nnd mixed ,
J4.OOiii4.7S , primp heavy nnd butcher weights ,
JI.8yS4.Si ( ; assorted light. JI.70W4.73.
SHiii' AND I.AMIIH llecelpts , 8CK > 3 liend ;
market dull and lower ; top sheep , JI.2oti4.GO ;
top lambs , J4.7HJS.W ) .
Kaiisiis City I.lvu Stock ; ? Ttrknt. :
KANSAS CITV , June 1. CATTI.K Itee"lpti.
3,000 he.id ; Htilpments , 70i ) head ; mniKet steady
to strong ; Texas steers , J2.2'i3.CO ; Ti-vas cows.
J2.00@3.1i ) ; beef uteciH , : ! .40f4.no ( ! ; Htockets and
feeders. J2.r,0 | 3.SO ; bulls. 2.3.'ifi3.20.
IIOOS Hecflpts. I.V.IOO hrud : shipments. 2300
head ; market trifle lower ; bulk of sales , J4.ri1C
4.CO ; heavies , J4.40 f4.M > l packeis. Jt. 33 4.50 ;
mixed. J4.43i(4.50 : lights. J1.30jj4.00 ; Yorkers ,
ji.40H.r,3 ; pigs , ji.r.fi i.'o.
SHEKI1 Ileoulpts. 1,000 head ; Khlimifnts , l.WO
head ; inajket Hleaily. _ ,
SI. Louis l.ivo Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. June l. CATTU : llecelpts , 310
head ; shipments , 1,000 hend ; maiket steady gen
erally ; native steers , 1,273 Ibs. , J4 ; 500 to 1,000
Ibs. , } 3.30ff3.40 : cows , J2.4D ; calves , J4 ; Texns
steers , 900 to 1,000 Ibx. , JL''JOii J.33 ; cows , JlOOjf-
2.15.
2.15.I1OOS
I1OOS llecelpts. 3.500 bead : shipments , 4.400
head ; market GfilOc lower ; best heavy , J4.7n :
good light and heavy , J4.lOU4.70 ; common , 14
nnd below.
SIILUil' Ilecelpts , l.OiW hend : hhlpments , WK )
head ; market steady ; lambs , J3.COiQ4.00 ; n.itlvu
mixed , J3.23. . _ _ _ _ _ _
\v York I.lvo .Stock Miirkct.
NCW YOIIK. June 1. UEKVIIS Ilecelpls ,
4,400 head ; market active ; shade stronger ; na
tive steers , prime , J4.2.r { i4.Cr , ; fair to Rood , Jl.Si
( | N.50 : ordinary to medium , J4.10@4.30 ; bulls ,
poor to good. J2.C. > ( ? 3.fr ) .
Slinni" AND I.AMI1S llecelpts , 0,800 hend ;
market tlrm ; sheep , poor to prime , J3.23iit4.3l ;
yearlings , J4.23i3.12Vi ; southern lambs , very poor
to choice , J4.DOtT6.cr .
IIOOS llecelpts , 2,800 head ; \try few on sale ;
market steady ; Inferior to good , J3.10 < rf,40.
Sioux City l.lvo Stock .llurknt.
SIOUX CITY , June 1. IIOOS llecelpts , I , MO
head ; jesterdny , 2.896 head ; xhlpments. St'.i henil ;
market 5c Imver , J4.45 tl.30 ; bulk , J1.4 ! ' , H.CO.
CATTIyK Ilecelpts. 200 head ; yesterday , 4S2
head ; .shipments , 4WI head ; market very dull ;
feeders , ' K.Wi > 3.M ; yearlings , J2.23(13.23 : cows ,
} 1.2Ji2,90 ; bulls , JI.Wfi2.40 ; oxen , J1.2of2.7G.
Stock In HlKlit.
Reconl of rocelpts of live stock at the four
principal yards for Friday , Juno 1 , 1804 :
Cattlo. UOSH. Shcon.
South Omaha . .1.007 0.40U 1IH1
Chlcntro . 0.1UO 28UI ) ( 8,000
Kansas City . 3.UOO lA.fiOU l.SOO
St. Louis . : i,100 3 , 00 1,000
"
Totals . . 10,407 CJ.100 ,
St. Lotus ( it'iicriil Murknt.
BT. LOUIS , June 1. FLOUH-Qulct , without
change.
WHIJAT NcniNh ; almost panicky cully , but
stiffened a little later , losing net "SijilUe " ; No. 2
led. cash nnd June , 51c ; July , 52H' ! ; August ,
C2He : September. M , c.
COHN Depressed by crop nnd weather reports -
ports , closing % e off ; No , 2 mixed , cash and
June , 33' c ; July , 33c ; September , Sfl'/ic.
OATS Higher : No. 2 cash and June , 36o ; July ,
20lic : ; Augunt. 20Hc ; September , 27c.
HYI3 44o bid for No. 2 , cast tiack.
IIAHLI2Y Nothing doing.
1IHAN Klrni ; C3o , east trai'lc.
KI.AX Sni-ID JI.12 nominal.
CLOVlIll S13I3I ) L'ncli.nsed.
TLMOT11Y SUIIO-Unchangcd.
HAY Kualei ; pilmo to chol.e timothy , JS 5) { ?
9.W.
1H1TTI3K I'lrm nt recent advance.
iaOS Klrm nt recent advance.
LRAD-Steudy ; 3.12'r ' >
Sl'nhTlIll-Dllll. JS.i'O.
WHISKY J1.0S tl. IS.
IIAHOING 1'IHlir.ngeil. ,
rOTTON TIKH rncliangrd ,
1'11O'IKIO.NSVtnk. . 1'ork , slnrdiud mess ,
jobbing , JI2.30. I. aid. prlnut atenm , ts.r > ) ; choice ,
J6.62'i. ' Dry rait incuts , loose shouldeiu , J" > .73 ;
longs and libs. tG.23 ; shorts , J6.40 , Ilucon , pncknl
shoulders , J6.7J ; longs , Jii.87i ! libs. J7 ; bhorts ,
J7. 12W.
HKC'KIPTH Klonr , 2,000 bbls. ; wheat , 5,030 bu. ;
corn , 127.0(10 ( bu. ; onts , IS.OiM bu.
SHII'MIJNTS I'lour , 11,000 bbls. ; wheat , 20,000
bu , J corn , 2I.UOO bu , ; outs , 2.1,000 bu.
Milwaukee Alnrkrts.
MILWAUKiiJ. Juno 1. l-'I.OUIt-Steady.
WHUAT Weak and lower ) No. 2 npilng , S3o ,
No. l northern. U ; July. t > 3iu.
COHN Steudy ; No. 3 , 37ilo.
OATS Lower ; No , 2 while , 37in ; No. 3 white ,
.
t.
IIAULKY Steady ; No. 2. G3o ; sample ,
HYIV-Klrmer ; No. 1. 4SKe. ,
I'HOVIHlONH-StHidy. 1'oik , J11.83. I < nid.
J6.70.
J6.70.HIICKIITS Dour. 7,630 bbls. ; wheat , 21.400
bu. ; biuley , 11. SW bu ,
BHU'MKNTH riour , 10,883 bbls. ; wheat , none ,
barley , 2,400 bu. _
l.'lty Alurkiiti ,
KANSAS CITY , Juna 1. WIMJAT Wenk ;
Jftl'jc lower ; No. 2 hard , 47 T4Sc ; No. 2 led ,
4S Mc ; No. 3 reil. 4W47C ) reje1-leil , 4 | 42e.
COItN Viu loner ; No , 2 while , 5U'V37o ; No.
mixed , 3314C.
OATS Steady ; No. 2 mixed , 3G'ji37c ' ; No. I
white. 37 < i37'ic. '
lltJTTRH Steady ; cieamery , 140I5c ; ilaliy.
.
KOOS I'Mrmer. 7'ie. '
HKCIJH'TS Wilful , JO.OOO bu. ; corn , none ;
uats , none.
SHH'MKNTSVheut , 9,00 > ) bu. ; coin , none ;
outs , none , .
Liverpool Mur eU.
LIVIIIU'OOL , June 1. WIIHAT Unn.tnd
< Mr ; holders offer fieely ; No. 1 I'allfurnhi , 4s
CV4dt 4s 7d : re < l western winter , 4s IHdjl | M.
IXJIlN Oulet ; ilemund IiiiHleiutn ; No. 3 mixed ,
js 7Ud ,
lUiOVIHlONH Hef , exlru India me s. 77s frl.
1'ork , prime mesn , ff ! M , Jlacon , loin ; nnd short
clear , 65 Ibs. , 8U dl ! lonK clear , 43 Ibs , 3i M.
1'corlu Urulu .Marknt.
PiOtIA | , Juno I. COKN ririiiii ; No , 1 , 37icj (
tATH yu'lft. easier,1 No. 2 white , ! 6H i No. 3
whllu. 354 3IHJc
\VllIHKV-Klnu ; hleh wine bulls , II , 16.
Uellghtful entertalninentB at Courtland
beach ) lOc aUmiU tu oil , day.utia evening.
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK.
LADIK'S IlKRD ttOCKRUS , very 140 PAULOn at'ITfl , nvc pieces ,
Htyllsli , double cnnc Rent , folia oak Mulshed antique , tnnhnlr
ortlinnrlly for $3.00. Consignment crushed plnshoitli ( M , but thoOQ <
Price , . i. . . , . , , uotmlgnor rni sell them for . ua\
CHINA CLOSETS , pollsht'il nnk , Over 200i ) RXTKNSION TA1ILK3.
double thick glass , worth fcKJ.GO. H Qfl finished niitliitt | > , latest style , you
CotiHlKiiinont price lliOU would nay they weio cheap nt
JI2.0 ; ( hey nru consigned to Fell
OPHOLSTRIIKO ItOClCKHS. lln- for . , .
Ished antique , latest Htvli- , worth 0 5Q 140 FOLlllxn Iinn.H , novcr retail
Jt,60. Consignment price " ' " ° ed for lew thnn JlSj If you need
one yon can get one on ncqount P Qs
HAM. HACKS , solid onk polish tin- . of being consigned for . , . . 0 < yo
isn , InrKo mirror , iisunlly sells * 7 3i6 rolls IIIU'BSRLS CAIll'RT.vnlA
ior $12. Consignment pi Ice " ' " IIP tl.OD per yard , consigned to AQ'
Hell for . * " ! *
LAWN 8ETTKK9 , pnlntoil. red '
four feet wide , regular priceCO ( 201 rolls'INOIIAINS. . latest pnt-
$3.50 , Coiislgntnent price , l'OJ ternn , full yurd wide , rejrular TQp.
price 75c , conslgtipil to soil for. . . . uuu
CIUFFONIKIIS , extra large size , 1.400 dozen \\INDO\V S1IADRS.
antique onk , usual price $ U'.W > . 7 foot long , best rollers , best
Consignment price cloth , nutnnl vnlite 7 ! > e consigned
for .
WAUDIIOHEM. . extra Inrgo clsie , 8C5 pairs NOTTINGHAM LACB
Consignment llnlBbecl nntltiilc onk , worth $11 ! . Cl'ItTAINS.full ' length and width
price latest Ktylp , inndc to rctnll for Q7p
2.M consigned to sell for . " ' "
DOOKCASKa. pollnhPd oak , ntljust
nblp shelVeH , Inrgo Hlze. wcirth R 1Z A lot of GABOLINB BTOVB8 ,
$12.50. Consignment prlee u' ' each one gimrantecd worth } 6.0i ) . 0 Vft
Consignment price . u > lu
ISASKr.S , solid onk. polMi finish , AQp Oooil fashionable 1IAHV CAUUIA-
worth $1.0) . ConslBninent price. . . * G US , full nlze , bicycle wheels , A 87
cheap nt J10. Consignment price. . lUI
CBNTI3U TAni.KS , solid onk nnd l'P
A lot .
big of URI-MltORUATOHS.
Blgnment polish lliilah price , worth $ .I.W. ConI ltl" 4\ ( \ nil modprn Imprnvomentu , well
made and worth J13.CO. Consignment -
1'I.USH IlKCKl'TION CIIAIItP , ment price .
onk , nntshcd iintltiuc , uottli fo. I 0 ! 8OLII > OA1C SKCHKTAUI1CS. Ill
ConHlgnmcnt price i * vu antique Ilnlsh , large writing desk
plenty of bonk loom , worth $12.60 ,
CHAMlIKIl SUITS , 3 pleoca. lat the consignor sayn sell them for.
est style , large mirror , iintltini ! or '
118 U'R KOXKH , lltu-d wltb best
16th century tlnlsii , worth $30.00. < n 01
quality nine , locks , hinges
patent
IJ
Consignment . , . .1U' >
price.t
best make , woi th J7.50. Consign9 7R
u' ' °
MUS. POTTS' SAD 1HOXS , nlckle ment price . '
Ilnlsh , three IroitH , one liundlc RAt 215 UlNNBIt SRTS , best Kngllsb
and stnnd. Consignment price. . . . " " goodw , rich royal bine color. 102
pieces , easily worth $20.00 Con(1 ( 00
ONK LOT niiDHOOJI SUITS. 3 Blgnmcnt price . w'vv
pieces , llntsh d nntlqup , worth A big lot of 4-hole cast HANGKS ,
$17.50 for , consignor sny.s to sell them Qt v > \ l\l \ \ from a foundry that only ninkva
good goods , worth J12. Consignment - A 0(1 (
C5 CIIION1LLR COUCHUS , nicely . ment price . * ' " '
draped , any color , well worth ALL COl'l'RH WASH HOILRHS ,
$15.00 , consignor allows UH to sell fi OR No. 8 Hlze , best cold rolled copper j
Consignment price . l'
Terms , Cash or Easy Payments.
We close evenings at 6:30 : , except Mondays and Saturdays
Formerly People's Mammoth Installment House.
JHr fui'iHHl.iyson ' > lf ' ! U ei'.t' i /in.
rH
$ B ?
This extift- Constipation
ordinary Ho * Dlzzfnets ,
Juvenator lathe ,
Falling Sen
the most sation Nerv
* ,
wonderful
oua twitching
discovery of of the
eyes
the age. It W and other
has been endorsed
. is.
pa.
dorsed by the
leadlngtcicn- Strengthens ,
tiflo men of invigorates
Kuropo and and tones the
America. ontlrofcystcm.
Hudyan Is Hudyan cures
purely vege Debility ,
table. Nervousness ,
Hudyan stops KmiiBlotiP ,
Prematureness and develop ) s
and restores
of the discharge '
weak .
charge In J0 ! 1'alns organs. in the
days. Cures
back , IOESCI
LOST by day or
MANHOOD iiightstopped
quickly. Over Z.OOO private enaoisementa.
Premuturcness means Impotency In the
nrat stage. it Is u. syniptoin or scmlnul
weakness and barrenness. It can bo
Etoppcd In 20 days by the use of Hudyan.
The new discovery was made by the spec
ialists of tbo old famous Hudson Medina I
Institute. It Is the strongest vltallzer
made. It Is very powerful , but Imimless.
Bold for Jl.OO a package or six packages
for 5.00 ( plain sealed boxes ) . Written
guarantee given for n cure. If you buy
elx boxes nnd are not entirely cured , six
more will be sent to you free or nil charges.
Send for circulars and testimonials. Adilrens
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1032 Marlcot St. Snu Frniioisoo Gal
" "
"CUPiDENE.
Cures the effects of
self-ububc , excesses ,
emissions , Impotency ,
vailcocele and consti
pation. One djllur a
box , HX for K. For
sale by TUB GOODMAN -
MAN IJHUO CO. ,
Omuhn. Neb.
A
Prof. llwhn'H Nuiirosthc'iilc Pill Is the { 1HJAT- ;
i.ST riTUIIN'ClTIIKNKIl of the MI'V'.1' " , ;
'iH In lioth wxc.i liiio n lo the " > ld H will
c-uro sou. Mull pno dollar lo Prof. . . N " ' " ;
Mhiiillc. Conn , llox 9 , and In- will mall ion
Vno lioi of tlcsu wonderful plllx. No huml.ug.
We nlll ( nd yon th nn" > toni
Frtnch l'rtp r tlon CALTHOO
rixw. nd I'l'l Ruartnlce that
tlAI/niUH will Urlore jour
Ilcaltli , Htreagllt aud Vleor >
the { land fayifialitjled.
Adrlro.o VON MOIIL CO. .
W.rU .ilwU , CUcUmiU , Okl * .
WALL ST. OPERSTIOUS
Cun bu can led on with large prom * und llttli
' by jolnlne our Co-O | > ciutl > e Itulliuud htocU
erscu profit of " 0 p r cent n tumuli
rnrn a itnil paid to tliuaubiurtlntm lor pisi
s'z mniilli * .
Illgheit rcffrcnct-B. I1o | ietlui , giving detail ,
nl Information uf oour perfect } Klein , moiled
WEINMAN ci CO. , Stock and Grain Fwkora ,
Not 41 llrouclnay , No v VorU City
WM. LOUDON ,
Commission Merchant
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS-
Private wlrea to Chicago and N w York. All
tiu lne vrden placed on Chicago tloiiid cl
Correspondence aollcltcd ,
Office , room 4 , New York Life Quilling
Telephone 1309.
in
Trousers ,
Cut to Order.
Pants
Company
408 N. i6th SL
IrrryIioii < iiliiitiNilnNtcrrcloiiivoud
lulli IN u llro lrapiin < l coiiNciiiioiitly a
dentil I rail. Tlio Interior \voo < l 1'urlc
under tlio clrj'lni ; HIVcl * of iirtlllclul
liuat lircoincwiiN liilliiniiililo IIM llnclrr ,
nei-tllncoitlyu Njiurlt to Ilimli tlio < lro
I'roiu ct-llur tu roof \vltli rroqucut
rcNiillInt ; lokH ol'lllc.
Rxpinili : > d Mt'tal Hteol I.nth when covered
with UH4'outliiiof inortiiritliobwitknown tire
iiroof ' muturliil ) Insutc'Mbafoty and ro.slH but
I1 , tlli ) In uxri'ssiif W < MH | , It pruvuntH cruuk-
iiK.nnd fnllliiK of plaster.
Ailoiiti'd for till U. H , ( Jcmirnment IlitllillriKB
nnd Itsusu , nlillultnry In till llotulii , TlmuturH ,
AHyluniK , llosplliil ! ! nnd Bclicx ) ! HOUKCD In
IJhlrtiKO nml utlicr liirKn clllt-s , Wrlto for
cutuloKUiiof lathliiK , fiuiclng , utu ,
NORTHWESTERN EXPANDED METAL CO. ,
400 Ei 2Gth Street , CHICAGO.
'l ; < 4unrMiil < llu < 'tirti
Hiermuturrliu'n ) , Hemlnul W lt-
ne H , Viirlcocclo. truinlonnoiifuce ,
ull ii rvoii > dlnordi'M , Itoturei
.o t Vigor. nritlrntoifiiUfiit
. TLI
riiifij e
- . ( rnurr with uuirvfloui rftulta.
SOI OBZUICAL IUrOKTIHU.00 , , 01MQllJB TJf 0t