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THE OMAHA DAILY BKEfFUfDAY , AUGUST 10 , 1891.
COMMERCIAL AND.FINANCIAL
On tlie ConHmutl.Dry Weather ; the Grrtfn
Markets Wcro firm ,
GOOD SPECULATIVE BUSINESS , IN CORN
Hut tlio Trudo Wu * Nut on So
Hcalo nil During tlio 1'imt Two
H Mloc-k and
llouilx.
CHICAGO , Aug. . On the continued dry
weather tlio. gralp market- averaged flnn
today. September corn closed Ic higher at
G6ie , and Botitember wheat Vic higher at
CO' c , I'rovlalons closed at a alight ad
vance.
Wheat was fnlrly active within a range Of
lc. The feeling developed was on the
whole stronger. There was not much of any
news In the market , the prices following
the course of corn to a great extent. Initial
trades were at from % c to % o advance , and
soon sold up from ytu to V4c more , declined
suddenly from % e to Ic , rallied lc , de
clined come and closed steady. The princi
pal feature of the day and one of the lead
ing Influences which caused the second ad- '
vancc was the free covering by a prominent
local "short. " Liverpool caliles were lower ,
while continental advices were higher , tald
to be on wet weather. Local receipts were
quite heavy , but the arrivals nt primary
markets showed some falling off. It was
reported that vessel room for 100,000 bushels
Imd boon chartered at Toledo for this mar
ket and was one of the bearish factors.
Same- buying was ag.iln rpporicd on country
account , ( 'losing tongll.ili cables were lower ,
but continental caliles were higher , showing
Independence from tlio American markets , as
they did not follow tlio decline here yester
day.In
In corn there was a gcod speculative busi
ness , but the trade was not on as large a
scale as during the past two days. A
very fair demand cxls'ed , but the feeling on
the whole was firmer. The speculative
market opened with from Hie to 3 Me ad
vance , sold down from ITic to 3' ' < ic , ad
vanced from lc to % , eased off from
% c to % c , rallied from % c to l',4c , changed
some and closed firm. Thct market rallied
on the prediction that no rain was likely to
occur tomorrow In the corn belt and caused
fresh buying and prices advnnced. The
Price Current was raHier bullish In this
week's nummary. A very bullish govern
ment report Is anticipated by the trade to
morrow , and as the statement only covers
tlio damage up to the first of the month
and does not cover the Injury up to the
present time , It Is expected It will have a
bullish effect upon values. The country was
again rather prominent on the buying side
today , and local operators were Inclined
to cover up In advance of the government
report.
Oats were unsettled within % c range
for September. Selling by elevator people
and buy Ing by the country sent the market
up and down , the close showing September
% c lower , and May % c higher.
Provisions declined early on liberal live
hog receipts , but reacted later on the firm
ness In corn. Compared with last night
Sep'ember pork and ribs are 5c higher , and
September lard 2Vic higher.
Freights at Ic , and corn at Tdc to Buffalo.
The leading futures ranged as follows :
Cash quolnllons wcie as follows :
KI.OUU firmer.
WHEAT No. 2 HprlnK. r..r > { ir,7 > 2c ; No. 3 spring ,
nominal ; No. 2 ml , GS'.MIGG'ic.
COHN-No. 2. M > , SC.
OATS No. 2 , 3 ! ! ' c : No. 2 white , 35ip37c ; No.
3 white , 33i4ff3Gc. (
nYR No. 2. 40o.
llAHLtlV No. 2 , nominal ; No. 3 , nominal ; No.
4 , nominal.
FLAX SIJKD No. 1. J1.2S',4.
TIMOTHY SEUD Prime. J5.10.
PKOVI8IONB Mess pork , per Mil. , J13 S5W13.30 ;
lanl , per 100 Ins. , 7.-71iW7,30 ; short ribs. sldfR
( loomK ) > . 'JO < JT.M ( ; dry milled phoiihlers ( boxeil ) ,
J6.37Vi46,50 | ; uliurt clear aides ( boxed ) , J7.12HW
7.S714.
WHISKY Distillers' finished goads , per gal. ,
11.22.
SUGARS Unchanged.
Tlio following were the receipts and shipments
for today :
NEW voitic MAUKET.
Ycitordny'n Quotation * . on Flour , Gntln unit
1'rovlr.loim , Metalitc. : .
NK\V YOHK , AIIB. 9. FLOUK Receipt * . 13,000
bbls. ; exports. 12.3iW bhls. ; sales , 27,000 II ! < KS. j
market llrm but demand light. Tbu linn holding
ot mills prevents any trade. Winter HlinlKhts
In good export demand. Southern Hour dull :
union , none. Hye tliiur. Him ; sales , -100 bbls.
lluckwhcnl Hour , nominal.
COHN MKAIFlrmly hcM ; Ilrandywlnc. J2.95
C3.50 ; yellow western. J2.80W3.10.
ItYE Firm nnd uctivimilen ; , COO bbls : super-
nne , I2.75W2.8S : fancy. J2.tiOW3.10.
HUeitWIIKAT Nominal.
UAIU.I-3Y Nominal.
IIAHI.KY MAI.T-Qulel : western , C7G73c ; two-
rowed , 73c : six-rowed , 81111820.
WHKAT Receipts , 120/JOO Int. : exports. 71. ! * )
bu.i pales , 4,35r > .i)00 bu. futuies nnd 9,000 bu.
pot. Hptit market strong but Inactive ; No. 2
rvd , In store and elevator , GS'ic ' ; nlloul. C8io ;
r. o. b. , 63Vic : No , 2 northern , BiHic In elevator ;
No. I hard , 68tc ! In elevator. Options opened
firmer with corn and lulvanred Ktendlly most of
the diiy on reports Unit 1'ardrldKt' was coverIng -
Ing his shorts. Tuward the clom > a reaction pet
In , but llnnl nguivB were ' , W > io above lane
nlKht'H closliiK. Foreign loiiKea boiiKht a llttlo
whrat early. May , Uflm'c , rloved Wic : An-
KUHl , MUe ; Beptember. KWi 53T c. closed G'l'tCj ' '
Oototier , closed Mtic ; December , 62 -l/JG3 ( ( 7-lCc ,
clcwwl t2ie.
CORN Hecelpts , 26 , < " 0 bu. ; pxporta , 26,000 bu , ;
pales , 300,000 bu , futuriH nnd II , CM lui. RPOI.
Hp : > t mnrket strong but quiet. No , 2 , C.I'iflWio
In eleviitor : Ale nslieil ntlnat. Options dull on
tlio near nnnths , but ntrong and mure active on
the IMP deliveries , closed % ( Ui | on September
and lUt(21to higher on December and May. Hoi
weather and good local and country buying uero.
tlio ctntrolllmc fuctoin to > lay. The. inurket wim
much lean reverlHli tlnm hrretoforo. May , M'tf
67 Uc , cloBi'd tJ7c ; AUK iit , cloard 62 > ic ; September ,
ClUCSJWc. el weil Cl'io ; Oetobcr , Oifi lSc ,
Clo eil 6UDecemlier. ; . f.OHCf3SHc. cloned 5T ic.
OATH Itfc.-liit8 , 1M.4IXI bu. ; eiporlv. 3.800 bu. ;
paleg , 175 , i > X ) \ > u , fiitinvH nnd 9.'io ) tin , ppot.
HIM ) ! market easier and morn active. ; No. 2. 33'io :
No. 3 , 3lic ; No. 2 nhlle , 4u ; No. 3 white , 4lc ;
track , white wentern , 4lb'2e ; truck , \\hlte. Htale ,
41JUc , Optlan market quiet and not to llrm
an the other marKetn , cloning at HV.ic net ad-
Vunce. AUKUxt. doped 3Sic ; September , 3C301H' | .
cl.wed 36Hc ; October , cloned U7ic. !
HAY Firm ; shipping , M COo ; good to choice ,
7BOS7HC.
HOI'S Dull : > tntc , common to choice , 68 lie :
I'acino conpt , 8tfl2tf.
IIIDKH-Uull : wet palled New Orleann. PC-
lecled , * ' < to U H > . . lifSHc ; Texan , xelecled , 31 tci
60 lb . . We ; Duenos Ayrea , diy. ) to SI lbn. ,
OHc : Tcxap. dry , 24 to 40 Ibx. , ,
. ATHKIt-Qutft ; hrmlnck pole , llurnoii Ayres ,
light to heavy weight * . ISfilXc. I
WOOIrFIrm ; domntlc , 10yc ; pulled , 20Jf23c.
I
1'llOVlHIONB Hwf. Ptrady. Cut limits , llrm ;
pickled bellied , 71i JSUc ; pickled phouldt > m , 6'iW
6V4CJ plcklrd hailln , ll'Mnnc. Lard , dull ; west'
em pteam cloned nt 17. W ; < ale , 2JO tletceii at
17. W ; city , II ; pale * , 140 tlercm. Option palep ,
Jiono , SeptemUT , cloned 17.63 nominal , Reflned ,
qulelj continent , 17.90 ; H. A , , Js.iO. 1'ork , firm ;
pnlep. 300 bblK.
m'TTEU-Qulel : western dairy , Ii016oi ' , west.
ern factory , liUUHc.
llUKHiQuiet ; itlile. large , 7f(9c.
KOUS Firm ; ntale nnd I'enniylvanla , 15c ;
wrutrrn frrph. ISHlfHHc ,
TAU OW-Hlvaiy | : 4\4o \ for city ( : per pkg.j )
country ( pkg > , trev ) , &Ho.
ROH1N Dull ; plralned , common to goo > l , II. I )
C1.57'i.
l'iTHOI.it'M-lull : : United closed nt IS apkud ;
WiiPhlnKton , bl'la. ' . t : Wnnhlngton , In bulk , $35li
rertned , New York. J5.I5 ; IMilliutelphla and Ualtl'
more , 13,10 ; 1'hlladclphla and llalllmore , In bulk ,
.60.
RIOE-FIrm ; domeptlc , fair to extra , 4UO4Hc ;
Jupun , 4KfM ; p
MOI-AHSKS-Qiili'l : New Orleans , open kettle ,
good to choice , 28 * > 3to.
1MO IRON-null ; Scotch , n9.008l.00 : Araerl-
can , IIO.DOtfU.OO.
COTTON UKKD OII/-Nomlnul ; prime crude ,
t > o , prime yellow , JjJSHic.
- ilomeittc , nominal. Salt *
, JS tnnn Amtrot tin nt tlX.M ; S tnnt
'tl , . liiir n.'tl . . nt | H.M.'anil C tons le-
tin ; nt iritis.
TI.V I'lrni ; Htnilln , IH.vi ) | , | .l ; miirket quiet.
C01'l'iilSir : .
- .npj lake. l\tr.
I.IIAUHlionffi dumrstlc , J3.1J.
OMAHA bl NK.HAt , MAltKUTS.
Cnndltlon of Tr iln mid 'Utmtntlniil on
Klnpln nnil Funry I'riidurn.
nUTTKU-l'neklnrc stuck , JOc ! fair to good
cuuntiy , HfiISc ; choice in fnncy , 17flSe ; Ruth-
crul rrAnmcry , ITW 'c ' ! peparntor crmmiry , 51O
KIHJ8 I'cr dot , llffllc.
I.U'K 1'OtH.TltY-OI.I hen , 4 3c ; rooitcrp ,
2 > A Kprlnu rhlcl < enp , 7c ; Pining iluckn , Cc ;
nld full-fcntlU'reil ducks , IfM'fcej ' hen turkeyn , ti\f \
fie ; gobbler * , SlfiOc ; old K enc. filll-fetln-riil , MfCe.
V'I'-M ' Cliolrp fat nnrl Knmll Vehls are quoteit
nt n.cur.rnt ; : nml large , 3 < ilc.
CIIKBHI' ! WlHCdnaln , full erc.im , new mike ,
Mfillc ; Npbrnftkn nml Inwa. full ctenm , 9OIOc ;
Nrbniplm nml Iiivu , pnrt pklms. CO'c ; Mmburgfr ,
No. 1 , We ; brlclt , No. 1 , 10c ; Swiss , No. 1 ,
IM/llf.
HAY - Uplandliny , JIO ; midland , : lo\\lnnd.
IS ; rye ptm ' , 10. Colir mnltcn the price
nn liny. Light bnlea pell Iho beat. Only top
gnid' ' tiring tup price * .
I'llll.'O.VS Old blnlp. per doz. , EOc.
t'OTATOr-S Round lot , C3 TOc : pmull lot ,
on f'fderH , Tin * .
Mt.LON'H-O. id stfu-h. crnted. J20.00f | 23.00.
( JANTAI.Ol'I'HS-NeuiiU ( Mo. ) Jems , per
cnile , Jl.T'i.
CIJCr.MIIKIta-On orilers. KflWc per dnjs.
OLO IIANK | Hand-picked navy , J2.25 ; me
dium , 12.101/2.1 : ; common whlto beuni , J1.T3
81.90.
ONIONS On orders , 2c per Ib ,
CAtHIAOi : Oood tlilpplng stock , on order * .
2c.TOMATOES ! {
TOMATOES Onod stock , per 4-ba ket crate.
iSWSSc ; tier Id-bil. box , GOflCOc.
C'KIiBHY Per dnz. . 30f3r | > c.
H\VIKT : I'OTAixins i-er ib. , 5c.
FRUITS.
Two auction pnles were held yesterday , one
early In t'.io morning and the other in the after
noon.
STRA\VmRRri-S-Nine. : :
AI'1'LKS-aood nlnck. per lib ! . , .WS3.:0.
IILACIC RAHl'IIKRRIBS-Nune.
Rl-i ; ) RASPHBRRICS None.
lILACKlinilRIKS Ni ne.
PBAfllES C'nllforn'n. tl.flfll.30.
PLt'MS Native red ultima , per 2-qt. cni c ,
ft.K ; C'nllfornlu WnnhliiKton | ililliu. JI.SO ; largr
re < l MirletleH , SI. ' ) ' ) ! ( 1.75 ; ? mall icd , (1,30.
PRI'NKS 11.75.
F10SNone. .
PEAKS Uarll'tt's Jl.75ig2.00 ; other varieties ,
ji.soffi. ; : .
A PRU'OTH California , none.
rHERRlKH Cnllfoinln , none.
OKA1 -Southein , lu-lb. bankets. Concords ,
Me ; C-allfoiiiln , ll.7 .
TROPICAL FRUlTf.
DANANAS CliolfB ttotk , J2.OOffl2.Cfl per bunch.
LHMdN.S I'ancy lemon * . 'M size , J7 ; fancy
lemons. S0o Hlzf , { 7.
OKANUES None.
I'INEAPPPLMS-Nonc.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FIO8 Fancy , per Ib. . 15c.
HONEY California , 15c ; dark honey , 10fll2c
MAPLB HYRL'P Gmlon cnns , per doz. . J12.
NUTti-Almonds. 15817c ; English walnuti. 100
I2c : niberts. 12c ; Brazil nuts. lOc.
CIUEK Pure lulce. jor bbl. . JO ; half bbl. . J3.25.
HIDES No. I green hides , iic ! ( ; No. 2 gre'ii
hides. Hifl2c ; No. 1 gieen salted hides. 34c ! ; No.
2 green nailed h'.den ' , 2 < ri2licNo. : 1 gieen naltfd
hides , 25 to 40 Ibn. . S'.lc ; No. 2 green suited hides.
23 to 40 Ibp. , 2fl21ic ; No. 1 veiil calf. 8 to 15
Ibs. . SHftGc ; No. 2 venl i-alf , 8 tn 13 Iba. , 4ffl'c ;
No. 1 dry Hint hide * , Cc ; No. 2 dry ( lint hides.
3c ; No. 1 dry palled hides. 4c. Part cured hide
He per Ib. leaa than fully cured.
SHREP PELTH-Oreen united , each. 23160c ;
gnen called phcnrllngs ( short wooled early skins ) ,
each , ' & 'lc ; dry nhcni lings ( choit woolcd early
Kklns ) , No. 1 , each. C'fflOc ' ; dry ehearllnKP ( short
wooled early pklnu ) , No. 2. each. Cc ; dry flint
Kansas nnd Nebrnnkn. butcher wool pellp. per
Ib. , ncttml weight , CW8c ; murrain wool pcltp , per
Ib. , actual welKht , 4Q6c ; dry illnt Colorado
butcher wool pells , per Ib. , nc'.unl weight. 41 }
6'ic ; munnln wjol pelts , per Ib. , nctual weight ,
4Cc. Have feet cut off , as It Is useleps to pny
freight on them ,
TALLOW AND OHEASR Tallow , No. 1 , 49
44c ! ; tallow. No. 2 , 3" . < ? 73ytc ; grease , whlto A ,
4ff4'ic : grease , white II , SVillSlic ; giease. yel
low , 3c ; grease , dark. 2V4c ; old Imtter , 2fT2V5c ;
beeswax , prime , IJCISc ; rough tallow , I'jfl2c.
* rult < JiintutlinH.
CniCAOO. Aug. 9. The Enrl Fruit company
sold California fruit at auction this morning , re
alizing prices as follows : II , illicit penis , J1.15
fTl.li. Pcnches. Crawford. 70f'S."e ( , Mnry's choice.
C3p ; I--wter , COiiT7Cc. Prunes. Gloss" . Jl.23ftt.40 ;
Hungarian , J1.23 ; German , } ! . " . " > ; Tiagedy , J1.43.
Plum.i , yellow exgs" , ! iOcJl.l" | > ; SalHUinn , 11.13 ;
Ilii > nin , J1.15j'1.20. Grapes , hnlf cintes , Fon-
tnlnebleau , ( "Oc " ; Tokay , J2.U3 ; Napoleon , JI.53.
Thlily-threo eats sold here todny.
Porter Itros. compnny. New York , sold seven
cni-H of C.-illfotnlit fiult at auction todny : llart-
lett pears , 90cW52.20 ; Ciawfoid p.'n"h's , COcJiJl.n.'i ;
Deckers. J1.03'iil.W ; Strawberry clings. J1.C3 ; egt ;
plums , 9icBil.2.'i ) ; Mufiniim llonums , J1.25 ; Co
lumbia. Jl.o ; , 1.13 ; Piuple Dunne. ( l.OSfd.Ki ;
IliiidshawB , li'iffiSl.W ' ; Washington iilums , J1.10 ;
Silver prunes , Jl.ir ; Oi-oss prunes , J1.33T/l.r.3.
Porter Ilros. compnny , Chlcng < i , pnld today nt
auction ten earn of fruit : Ilnrtlett peiirs , SW5 >
J1.50 ; egg plums. 7'icjJJl.W ; Jnpnns , 70ci'JI,20 ;
Magnum Bontims , 60o ; Columbia * , SOci/Jl.oO :
Ilnidphaw , SOcffll.Oi Purple Dunne plums , J1.03
80c ; yellow nectarines' , Jl.15fii.40 ; nectarines , 73c
. .
Porter Ilros. , Phllndelphln , sold one car Cali
fornia fruit at auction todny : Gross prum-s.
Jl.SO ; nectarine ? , 11.30 ; punches , 7080e ; liartlctt
pear , overripe , J1.20JM.33.
Porter Hros. company , Montreal , sold one. car
California fruit nt auction todny : Dnrtlett pcnrs ,
J1.73.
Porter Rrop. company , Minneapolis , sold todny
nt auction three cnrs of California fruit : Ilnrt-
lett pears , Jl.ooftl.15 ; peaches , poor .condition. CO ®
SOc ; plums , Wc5il.l , " > .
Ht. LoulN ( ifiirrul .Murlcot.
ST. I.Ol'IS. Aug. 9. FLOUR-Slcady. but dull.
WHEAT Nervous , unseltkd , cb sing -HWic up :
No. 2 red , cash , fi2Sc ! ; August , 62c ; September ,
52c ; December , Sli'.dc.
gUft , 32o ; Seiitemlior , 32-jic ; May , 37 > ic.
RYE Higher ; sales of No. 2 In elevator nt G3e.
IIARLBY No trading.
1IRAN Higher ; east track , 67'ic.
FLAX SEED $1.24 , enst side.
CLOVER SEED-Uncluinged.
TIMOTHY SEED-Hlgher ; J4.7304.90 for Au
gust.
gust.HAY
HAY Quiet ; prime to choice timothy , this
side. JIO.iHifjll.OO ; cast side , lower ; J3.5010.50.
IUTTTER Steady , unchanged.
EO(1S Finn ; lie.
LEAD-J3.27',4.
SPELTER-J3.13.
CORN MHAt J2.73fl2.83.
WHISKY I1.2Z.
COTTON TIES tTnelmnged.
IIAOC.INO t'nehnnged.
PROVISIONS Firm and quiet. Park , standnriS
efs , Jobbing. jn.87'J ' , Lard , prime stenip ,
$7,12iJ ; choice , J7.23. Diy salt meats , loose slioul-
deis , JC.20 ; longs nnd ribs , J7.12'4 ; sharts , J7.27'i.
Huron , packed nhoulders , J7.2S ; Inngs , J7.75 ; ribs ,
J7.87"j : nhorlH , JS.12' ; ! , .
RECEIP1S Flour. 4,000 bbM. : wheat , 88,000
bu. ; corn. 31,000 bu. ; ontt" , 4S.OOO bu.
SIIIPMENTS-Flour , S.OOO bbls. ; wheat. 6.000
bu.i/corn , 19.0CO bu. ; oat , 4,000 bu.
Cnffro .Murlcet.
NEW YORK , Aug. 9.-COFFEE - Options
opened ptendy nt 10W15 point * advance , iule.1
fnlily active and gviieriilly linn on European
and local coverings , closing barely ptendy nt
10ii20 points advance. Sales , 13,750 bngx , Includ
ing : August , J14.80W14.'J5 ; September , J13.9JO
14.05 ; October , J13.30 ; December. J12.C3W12.fO ;
March. J12.405fl2.45. Spot coffee. Rio quiet ; No.
7 , JI6.25 ; mild , quiet ; Cordova. J19.00019.Z5'Halo ; * ,
1,000 bngs Maracalbo , p , t , Wnrehouso dellverlefl
fiom New York yesterday , 6.537 bngs ; New York
Mock todny , 124,844 bags ; United St'itc * stock ,
lD2.'j2tf tinge ; afloat for the. United States , JCA-
000 lingH ; total visible for tlifc United States , 412-
920 bngn , ngulnst 412.U1 bags hint year.
SANTOS. Aug. 9. Stendy ; good average
Santos , Jic ; receipts , 16,000 bags ; stock , 2I4 , } 0 a .
bngn. i ii
HAMlllTRa , Aug. 9. Steady ; prices , VKf ? * pfg.
higher ; Hales , 9,000 bngs ,
HAVRE , Aug. 9. Opened firm , 1JWf ndvnnce ;
at 12 m. nUMily , U ( ndvnncc ; nt 3 p. in. , quiet.
unchanged to Vif advance ; closed quiet ; near ,
months unchnnKeil.
RIO DE JANEIRO. Aug. 9. Dull ; No. 7 , Rio ,
115.50 , Exchange , 9 7-1M. Receipts. 19,000 bngs.
L'livired for the United States , 10,000 baga ;
cleared for Europe. 2,003 bags ; Block , U'C.OJO '
bags.
_
' KIIIIHIIH City .llurltcts.
KANSAS CITY , Aug. 9-WHEAT-lo higher :
No. 1 Imid. 41c : No. 3 hard , H IISc ; No. 2
litl , 49c ; No , 3 red , 4Se ; { ejected , 43c.
CORN Slow ; No. 2 mixed. BW32i4o ; No. 2
while. Bl 'i3e.
OATS Slow ; No. 2 mixed , 3:033c ; No. 2 white ,
Ilfi3.V.
HITTTEK-Flim ; creamery , 16S20C ; dairy ,
-
EOS-St ] idy : 9o. 1i 1
RECEIPTS Wheat , l.EOO bu. : corn , 400 bu. ; 1i
alH. none.
SHIPMENTS Wheat , 7,0 < iO bu.j corn ' 2,400 bu. ;
M\f \ , none.
Sugar .tiurliui. < ]
NK\V VOIIK. Aup. 9. HlJOAll-Haw , dull : fnlr
ellnliii ? , 2Hc : relliu-.l onlet at tinnilvanen ; No , 6 ,
linWIUiNo. ; . 7. 3 15-IGMUlo : No , S , 3T4W4 MSc ;
S'o. 9. 311-ICatc ; No. 10. 3ifl3 l-I6o ; No. 11 ,
ll.lClfS'Co : No. 12. SKG313.11kNo. ; . 13. 8Ho ;
iff A , 4 l-lCinilc ; niilill A , 4 l3-irf5o | ; sliui.liint
\ . 47.16RlSc ; ccnfectloiiery' _ A. 4 7-16WIHC ; cut
oaf , S'iOi 7-lCc ; crushed , 5Ufj5 7-lCc ; iiowdered ,
U-6U5c | ; granulated , 4y-lCi4Kc | ; cube * , 113-18
e ,
LONDON , Aug. 9. SUflAR-Cane , steady ;
irlcea fully mnlntalneil ; centrifugal , Java , Ua ;
diiDCoviulo , fair i ellning , it * : d ,
Duliitli ( Inilu 31 irkiit.
DULUTII , Aug. 9.-WHEAT-Closlng : No. 1
mnl , i-ush , COu ; August , 631jo ; No. 1 northern ,
mill , Uc ; Annual , 07 ( ,0 ; September. 67c ; Divem-
ier , UHc : May , C3tkc ; Nu , 2 northern , tiic ! ;
s'o. 3 northern , 49Hc ; rejected , 4CHC.
RYE-36 ,37c.
FLAX SEED-Jl.:4.
OATH-NO. ! , 340 ; NO. s. sic.
Car Inspection Wheat. ( O ; o.-itn ,
RECEIPTS-Wheut , 6B.3SO bu. ; corn. 1.007 bu. ;
" HUM1.077 bu.
HUM- MKNTS Wheat , 131,700 bu. ; ontu , l.SCO
Mlnm'itpolltVlieut ! Hiirket <
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 9. The wheat market
Pfiivdc higher thU morning than the cloaa
C lunt iilxht , nnd after K'Ulne up u ( ruction
lore eonilJtrablo offer * to tell by long * to
eillie caused u , reaction and prices broke down
ia moru ( or Ui future meath * , and thin with
heller Iniytna nml ICPH illrpnultlnn tn * ell Inllle-l
hd cJoMst titu Vc hlnhir Tor th" ilirf rnt
future * than the doKnf the prrC'rtlng day
Cimh wlirot wnn nNnu Uc tn i.tc higher than the
previous day , The ndrflnce In wlniit w mainly
n sympnthi-tle ndvnncc , corn being tin- lender ,
Close : AuguM , Mo ; September , 45HPJ DeC'm- ,
her , tfifte. On tmcki .Old. No. 1 hnrd. so.Nil. ; .
1 northern , MWe ; No. 2 northc-in. C7iHour , ,
flrm ; pnlento , J.23Ka.43i linkers' , J2.0W2.S5. i
Liverpool
t.lVI.'IUW ) ! . . AUK. D. 'WHBAT-Qul t : lie-
mand poor , hohtcru offer nmili-rntrlyi No. 1 < * nll
fiinhii Is 9'iit ; red western winter , 4 * . 9 < IZ >
ln'4'l ; rcil xvinlornprlnp , 4 * . StiiKflK lixl.
COIIN Quiet ; demand poor ; new mixed , cpot ;
4s II > id.
IIAUI.KV Cntlfornln brewing. 23s MQXs M.
1'I.Oflt-Siiilni ; palpnin , tn tid.
PHOVIHIONH llvrf , fxtrn Indln merd. 67 M.
Potli , inline mvn , 07 * . M , Ilaron , InnK and short
clear , & , Ibr. . nnd long clear , 45 tbs. , 3Cfl 6 < I.
I.unl , iirlino npntein , 3C 9 < l.
nUTTiil7Klnciit : , 'Of Rood , We ,
Yurk Dry < mxl Aliirket.
NEW YORK , Aug. 9. The demand wn * more
general nnd Included cloaking * , flannels , blan
ket * , brmvn nnd blenched cotton * , ginghams ,
clothing woolen * , Itnllnn * . sleeve lining" ,
mohnliH. alparii * nnd llk * . There Is n belter
tone to the innrhet , nnd buyer * lire going nhend
with morn ifinfldenre. The Immenst * stock of
clothing ilf N. J. Schlosfl & Co. will be sold nt
auction on Tui-piLiy thu 11th ln t. Printing
cloths , quiet at 24c , less 1 per cent.
Cotton .Mnrket.
NEW ORLEANS , Aug. 9. COTTON-Qulet nnd
ntendy ; snles , pxit , 3uD bales ; to arrive , BO Imles ;
receipt * , 264 bales ; slock. 31MX ) Imles. Future *
barely steady ; * nles , 14i | bales ; Augusl , J6.4S f
6.M ; Seplembor. J6.35fl6.40 ; October , J6.42f6.43 | ;
November. J6.40 641 ; December. JH.M 6.W ; Jnn-
unry. J6.6IW6.63 ; March , J6.670C.C9 ; April , JG.82
Wn.83 ; May , JC.saQC.90.
Oil .tliirluil * .
OIL CITY. Pn. , Aug. 9. Nnllonnl Transit cer-
tlflcntes opened nt SO'i ; hlghe t. 80'i ; lowest , SOU ;
closed , SOU ; shipments , 12Uf > 5l libls. ; runs , 79,4(3 (
bblH.
bblH.PITTSIiriin
PITTSIiriin , Pn. , Aug. 9. Nnllonnl Transit
eerllllcales opened nt fO'i ; cliscil at 80'.4 ; highest ,
SOU ! lowest , SOU ; no pnles.
TrUcnVluiit .Mnrkef.
SAN FRANCISCO , Aug. 9. WHEAT Eny ;
December , JI.01 % : Mny. J1.07-S ; new seller , 93c.
Wool 'Miirltft.
ST. LOI'IS. Aug. 9. WOOI Firm , without
quotable change. .
HTOCKH t\M ) IIONDS.
Security JJurkct Siroii ) ; mnl Active xvltli
! ' ( - Kxc'cptlon * .
NEW YOKK , AUK. 9. The stock market
was strong and actlvo todny and with some
few exceptions the shares traded In show an
advance ranging from Vs to 21,4 per cunt on
the day's transactions. Speculation was
strong at the opening and during the first
hour , prices moved upward on good home
buying , moderate purchases for the foreign
account and In sympathy with the apprecia
tion In values of American securities on the
London market. After 11 o'clock the trading
became slightly Irregular and parital reac
tions occurred , but before noon the market
hail become strong again. Another period
of slight depression came on after midday ,
the reactions , however , being only fractional ,
and by 1 o'clock the market had regained
Its tone , prices moving upward to the close
except In the case of Sugar , which was
raided mildly and gave way , but made a
practical rally In the final dealings. Specu
lation closed strong , the principal advances
on the day being Oregon Navigation , 2'/ per
cent ; Louisville & Nashville , 2 per cent ;
American Tobacco , l',4 per cent ; National
Lead and La Clede Gas preferred , 1 % per
cent ; Sugar preferred , 1 per cent ;
Western Union , % per cent ; General
Electric nnd Denver & Klo Grande preferred
% per cent , and Cotton Oil and Northern
Pacific preferred % per cent. The grangers
are up % to % per cent and Sugar and
Heading standard unchanged. All the rest
of the list In which there was dealings showed
gains of % to & per cent. On the reported
agreement of the .senate and house conferees
on a sugar schedule satisfactory to the
trust , Sugar rose l'/4 per cent , but later reports
being less favorable the advance was entirely
lost. The railway and miscellaneous bond
market was very active nnd strong.
The Evening Post says : In the stock mar
ket the most noteworthy Incident today was
' .he ease with which the particularly strong
stocks continued their advance. The move
ments of Louisville and Western Union were
again the features of the market. There
were fractional gains In the general list at
3:45. : Sugar and Norfolk & Western sold up
% per cent ; Atchlson.Lackawanna and Chesa
peake & Ohio % per cent and other shares
a smaller fraction. About 2:45 : p. m. Sugar
sold down 2 % per cent and railed % per cent.
Cleveland , Columbus , Chicago & St. Louis
rose 1 per cent , the general market closing
strong. Louisville & Nashville Is up 2 % per
cent , Lead I'/i per cent and Western Union
1V6 per cent on the day.
The following were the closing quotations
on the leading stccks of the New York exchange -
change today :
:
Nctr Ynrk Money Aliirket.
NEW YORK. Aug. 9. MONEY ON CALL-
Casy at 1 per cent ; last loan and closed , 1 per
ent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-3S5 per cenl.
STERLING EXCHANOE Dull and weak , with
.dual business In bankers' bills. Jl.S8l < i for de-
nanil nnd nt J4.87OI.87Vi for CO days ; posted
ate * , tl.87Vii7l.UU and J4.89g4.00 ; commercial
illls , JD.CUft4.SG . ! } .
SILVER CERTIFICATES-CigeJc.
GOVERNMENT HONDS-Flim. Stnte bonds ,
ull. Rnllrond bonds , strong.
- " - - tt * * * - * - . -
Hum loans , KMd.m per-cent. Cloning prlcoii fOT
-.tocKHrlMndirnna inlnliiVSiVirM
ATT : * 5 F. . . . . ; . . 4vn icriini , ! ' . . rs
Am. Sucar lli. . mvt-iliiirii.Elocfrla ! i : H
Am. Jiuur lifd. . . , . Pi ! ' fw. EU > c. pfil. . . Til
i.5n."a ! ? ! * ! < ; Win. Central PJ
ItellTrlephoni' . . . . lltK fAKIlliiou Situ. , . . . , ai
loftton A Albany . vtld AfcJilnon 4 - . . . : . . 7U
l.'oMutlAM.-lllle. . . . 1J414V8. . Cunt. IKH . . . HMW
< lo pfd irtl _ jAIIoiiczMlnlnirCo. 2 .
' ' ' ' ' ' Allaiillc
Ki'iehhunri'.I.il' . niHion A Montana 2li :
CPU. Klecirlc TinttoA Iloxto C > i
Illlnoln Steel . . . rnlntilPtA Heel * . . . H''fl
Mexican Central. , Cviileiiulnl 75
Old Colony rfankllrt KH
On-iron Short Lli.o KivirM.irxu , o
Ktioncr Oftcoola tfoM
Sail DIoKO II Qnlncy 8A
Unlcn 1'ncinc nu Tamarack llit )
West Kurt flUj
I.niKlon Stork OnotNtloin.
LONDON. Auc. 04 p. in. clonlnff !
Caindlaii I'.iclilu. . its > < ; st. I'aul coin (12 (
K'-lo. ' . 14UN. Y. Central KMIJ ,
Krle2dB , . . . T4UiPuimHylvanla BOH
UlH.Conlral IIIH Itcaillnic. . n ! <
Mexican ordinary. lilitiMox. Con. new 4n. 60
I'llllllll l | | | > ot'K.
NEW OHI.KANS. Aug. 9. Clearlncn , JSB,512. (
IIAI.TIMOIUAug. : . O.-Cleiirlnns , > 2 108,135 ; t | .
nnccs , J3M,7 ) .
PIIILADIM.PHIA , AIIB. 9.-Clcarlng . J8.S22.804 ;
balances , ' . " " . " .
PARIS , Aug. 9. 2 p. in. Three pjr cent rente * ,
102f 40c for the account.
LONDON , Aug. 9. Thu price of gold ot Iluenos
AyrvH today I * MC 4 per cent.
ROME , Aug. 9. The premium on gold I *
quoled nt 111 llru 12 centime * r > r IDOf.
LONDON , Aug. 9. The Rank of England's
rnle of discount remains unchanged nt 2 per
cent ,
CINCINNATI , Aug. 9. Money. ! ' 4fi3 per oent.
New York exchange , i'cOll.f.0 discount. ClearIngs -
Ings , J2fl47C30.
PARIS , AUL' . 9. I p. m. Three per ci-nl rentes ,
102f Ma f r the. account. Exchange on Ixindon.
2Sf IS'.ic for checks.
SAN FRANCISCO , Aug. 9. Draft * . lght. lOc ;
telegraphic , 12J4o. Silver bars , 62 4iS62Tic. Mex-
lenn dollars , fdViOGP c.
WASHINOTON. Aug. 9. The cash bnlnnce In
the treasury today was J11S , J3.360 , of which
J52,21i7Mg wns g ld reseive.
ST. LOflS. Aug. 9.-Clearlng , J3.M6,701 ; bnl-
nnce.i , JCC4.3II. Money , milft nl 5tf7 per cent.
Exchnnge on New Ymk , | mr bid.
NEW YORK. Aug. 9. Heldclbnch , Icltelhelmer
& Co. will ship J4ftl,0 ) In gold to Euiopo on
Saturday , which they received rally In the week
from Cula.
LONDON , Aug. 9. The Rank of Montieal Is
sued this Running f4M,001 4 per cent sterling
thirty-eight yi-nr debenture stock of the city of
M.inln-al nt 104.
PARIS , Aug. 9. The weekly statement of the
Hunk of France , Issued today , shawu Ihc follow
ing chnnge * us compiued with the previous ac
count : Notes In clrciilntlon , decrease , S,675m > lf :
treasury ' nccoiints current , deciense , ri.6SO.Oflflf ;
go'd In hand , m.T aie. l,423flOOf ; b II < d'B'oun cd ,
decrease , till , 373 , ooof ; silver In hand , decicune ,
l.ZiM.onur.
LONDON , Aug. 9. The weekly stalcmcnt of
Ihn Itnnk of England , Issued todny , shows the
following chnnges ns compared with Hie pre
vious ncciunt : Total reserve. Increase , 207.000 ;
circulation , decrease , 118,000 ; bullion , lncren c ,
89,661 ; other securities , decrcnse. 133.000 ; other
deposits , Incrense , 26.1,000 ; public deposits , dc-
dense , 203,000 ; noles reserve , Incrense , 248.000 ;
government securities , decrense , 3,000. The pro
portion of the Rank of England's reserve to li
ability Is C6.SO per cent.
SHEKlt'F .Wm OUTLAW.
Deputize * Seventy-Five McxIcniK and Pro
ceed * to "Shoot U | > " Fort Stockton.
SAN ANTONIO , Tex. , Aug. 0. Sheriff.
Hoyal of I'ccos county deputized about
seventy-five ) Mexicans for some unknown
purpose , and riding Into Fort Stockton pro-
cseded to "shoot up" the town In the most
approved western style1. Hoyal is said to
have threatened to run Frank Uoonoy , a
prominent citizen of the fort , out of the
place , and while the shooting was In pro
gress he emptied his pistol at Rooney. The
latter returned the fire and fatally wounded
the sheriff. There Is great excitement at the
fort over the affair , and the ranger company
stationed at Marathon has gone to the place
to quiet matters.
CltAHlllH ) Iff TO X1IK 1IUG < ! Y ,
Electric Car Dcnl * DuiiVli to Three Persons
nt One Hloir.
AKHON , 0. , Aug. 9 , A frightful accident
occurred on the Akron and Cuyahoga Falls
Rapid Transit company's eli'ctrls line A
northbound train running at the rate ( f
twenty miles an hour collided with a buggy
containing three persons , completedcmoL !
Ishlng the buggy and'ffal.y injuring Mrs.
John Rhodes and two daughters.
I'olUh Catholic Convention.
CLEVELAND , Aug. 9. Secretary Chrow-
towskl of the Polish National Calhollc church
committee has received letters indicating
that about forty churches will bo represented
at the convention to be
held In this city on
August 20. The election of a bishop will be
one of the chief objects of the convention ,
and It Is almost certain that Rev. Father
Kolaszewskl , who started the Independent
Catholic church movement in this city , will
bo honored with the ofllce.
Archbishop Vllatte of Milwaukee has ac
cepted the Invitation to be present and dedi
cate the church of the Immaculate Heart
of the Blessed Virgin Mary and to give his
sanction to the convention In the name of
the Old Catholic , or Greek church of
America , and a blessing In the name of the
Trinity.
Food for the Stiirvliic Corrans.
NEW YORK , Aug. 9. Hon. W. Q.
Gresham , secretary of state , has been asked
If the government will undertake the trans
portation of the contributions of flour , grain ,
etc. . that Is expected to be made In this
country for the relief of the starving
Coreans. Efforts will bo made to secure
the co-operation of the various boards of
trade and exchanges throughout the country.
especially those of San Francisco and Chicago
cage , to secure a shipload of food for the
sufferers. A religious newspaper of this city
has already agreed to contribute 1,000 bar
rels of Hour to any cargo that may be
made up.
Oimrrcleil Over a Jug \VlilRhy ,
TULSA , I. T. , Aug. 9. The Shawnco war
lance which has been running for the past
Ivo days on Hominy creek , eleven miles
torth of here , has been the scene of a double
ragedy. Frank Sennit , a prominent busl-
icss man of Sennit , Old. , and Leon Kennedy
if Oolagah , Cherokee nation , began quarrel-
ng over a. Jug whisky which Sennit had
irokcn by shooting Into It. Both began II r-
ng their AVInchesters at each other and
joth arc dead.
_
Wninuii'H IluUery Assign * .
CHICAGO , Aug. 9. The Woman's Baking
: oinpany , the stockholdcra and directors
if which were exclusively women , assigned
oday. The liabilities and assets arc little ,
is the company's business has dwindled
itcadlly for a year. The assignment was
laused by the forecjousure of a mortgage by
i creditor. The company has attracts at-
entlon lately by tho' numerous quarrels
'
itnong the stoclUiolJc.r'g. .
Flno sandy bottom 'ul'Courtland. '
Milcldu of , ii 'VPIIIIS I.uily.
CHICAGO , Atll , ' . , 9- jSIue Hustings , said
o be from Loulsvllta , Jellied herself nt the
rent Northern hotel todny by taking mor-
ililnc. She was ubfniitlful , : young- woman
ntl IH said to linviuUeloiiBed to a promi-
cnt Louisville family. A quarrel with bur
mice , whoso iinine /unknown , la thought
o have caused hcn
< mitcldc. 7
Uolllni. .MTllil\5tiirlltii > Up. I 6
PITTSBUHG. A g."j ) . Mahonlng Valley
illla are resumlng-ten ( long periods of Idlo-
ess. Coleman & felifejila of .Slice , O. , have
ecu Idle a year , tha clrard , 0. , rolling mill
as been closed sli Itiontlis , Hrown & Ilon-
els of Youngstown , 0. , ha been off In part
> r a year. All are running In full today , r ,
a I 7
Refreshing , exhlllralluc. a bath at Court *
ind beach ,
ilolin Htrlcklliii1 ! ! llody Ilvcovnrvd.
CASPUH , Wyo. , Aug. 9. ( Special to The
ee. ) The body of John Strlckllng , who was
rowncd In the Platte river nbout two
lonths ago , was discovered partly burled
i the sand In the river bed opposite this
lace yesterday afternoon. The body had
: uted down the river HQIIIO distance.
Di'llunen fYlclirnti'K Her Cuiituiiulul.
DEFIANCE , 0. , Aug. 9. Nearly CO.OOO
iople were present at the first cen-
nnlal celebration of the building of Fort
cflanco on this spot August 2 , 1794 , by i i
Mad" Anthony Wayne. The clvlo nnd mil-
iry parade was Immense. The celebration
ids tomorrow.
Boating and bathing at Courtlanil beach. I
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Kecpfpls Normal tjut Largely In Ixcers o (
tie Limited Tcmand.
EFFECT OF THE STRIKE SEVERELY FELT
Pnrkliiff Operations ( irrutty It < > * trlctcil by
the Situation Price * Suffer In Consc-
on All ( lr < lcs of
All Stock.
THURSDAY , Aug. 9.
About 2.7SO. cattle , 11,000 hogs nnd 121
sheep were received today , as against 9'JO
cattle , 10,888 hogs and no sheep on Thurs
day of last \\cck. For tlio week thus far
the receipts have been 9,800 cattle , 47,800
hogs and 2,849 sheep , as ugaltut 0,817 cattle
S3,480 hogs nnd 1,153 sheep for the corresponding
spending days of last week. This shows n
considerable gain In cattle receipts , but u
falling off In the hog rocclpts.
CATTLE The market on corn-fed beeves
was rather quiet and weak on the commoner
grades. Shippers were not buying and the
local packers did not want many cattle , so
that there was not much to make n market.
A bunch of 1,372-tb cattle brought $4.i0 ! and
there were two or three loads besides that
brought above $4. The supply of butchers'
stock was not large , but there was no very
great demand. Trices on desirable clock were
about steady , but the more common grades
were slow and weak. A few full loads
changed hands , but the most of the trading
wax confined to the ealc of odds and ends
The market on stockers and feeders wa
extremely dull and the amount of buslnce
transacted was small. The supply was quit
liberal , while there was no demand fret
the country to tpealc of and yard traders dl
not appear to feel like buying very frcel
when there was no apparent outlet for thos
already on hand. The market wns weak I
addition to being slow. Representative sales
Dni-ssio : IIUKF.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. I'r. No. Av. Pr.
2..1210 J3 00 71..1313 $3 73 20..1112 SI 15
33. . . . HR 315 1C..KW 375 II..1314 < S5
2A..10 > )4 ) 323 3..lliO : 400 E5..1372 4 CO
1..1220 3 75 3J..130 : 4 10
COWS.
1. . . . 0 75 1. . . . KO 1 M 1. . . . f.lO I 70
2. . . . HO 1 00 C. . . . * 5 1 23 1. . . . S70 1 70
2..1020 1 00 4. . . . SCO 1 2.i 1..1100 1 " <
4. . . . K < 0 1 00 I. . . . DO ) 1 2S IS. . . . : S7 1 75
4 . . . 935 i oo i..ioo ; i 2 : ? . . . . cv ) i r.
13. . . . 792 1 00 7. . . . 037 I 3' ' ) 22. . . . 541 1 ! 'B
1. . . . MO 10) ) 1. . . . 970 135 17. . . . S'S ) 200
11. . . . UG 100 1. . . . IW 135 I. . . . 870 200
C. . . . S33 100 1. . . . ! IOO I 3.1 2..1015 200
1. . . . 730 100 4. . . . 015 140 Il..f50 210
C. . . . 632 1 10 1. . . . 73'J ' 1 i , ' } J..115) 2 10
3. . . . 020 1 10 2..1150 1 50 1. . . . MO 2 10
1. . . . ! 'SO ' 1 10 1..103.1 . 1 & ) S. . . . S)2 ! ) 2 10
2. . . . 940 110 1..1IM IW 24. . . . 0 ! > G 215
13. . . . S50 115 23. . . . 751 1 GO 2. . . . 830 220
B. . . . SOG 1 13 1. . . . 710 1 GO 1..1040 2 25
6. . . . 92G 1 25 15. . . . S2S 1 CO 45. . . . SM > 2 30
28. . . . SC2 125 2..1070 1 f,5 10..003 230
4. . . . 92.1 1 2S 3..1010 I G3 2. . . . 870 235
2. ' . . . 750 125 1..1110 I 03 10..10JO 245
4. . . . 824 125 1..12SO 1 Ii3 8..9:13 : 2 5'1
15. . . . SOO 1 25 1. . . . ISO 1 65 2..1340 2 C5
1. . . . 930 1 25 10. . . . G94 1 70
COWS AND IIEIPKRS.
40..1027 2 35
HEIFERS.
1. . . . 250 75 2. . . . 505 1 20 3. . . . ES3 1 50
1. . . . f.20 1 CO 7. . . . r,05 1 20 3. . . . SOJ 1 53
G. . . . 2S3 1 00 1. . . . 5SO 1 23 11. . . . 413 1 f.5 .
1. . . . 310 1 ( V ) 9. . . . 574 1 23 3. . . . 073 1 55
J. . . . 333 1 00 7. . . . 4117 1 23 1C. . . . 737 1 53
I. . . . 460 1 10 S. . . . CIO 1 25 3. . . . CGI 1 CO
4. . . . 472 1 10 2. . . . 573 1 25 1. . . . S',0 1 CO
7. . . . 461 1 10 9. . . . 5"i 1 35 1. . . . 580 1
II. . . . 775 1 13 10. . . . 5S8 1 33 4. . . . r3 1 CO
9. . . . 62S 1 20 3. . . . 543 1 35 2. . . . SCO 1 GO
9. . . . 493 1 I'O 23. . . . 547 1 40 13. . . . C73 1 70
1. . . . 430 1 20 4. . . . B45 1 50
CALVES.
1. . . . 140 73 2. . . . 130 200 G. . .211 2 2"i
2. , . . 210 1 23 G. . . . 260 2 00 1. . . 120 2 23
1. . . . 270 123 8. . . . 191 200 1. . . 2UO 2 2T.
6. . . . 310 1 10 2. . . . 2.15 200 4. . . 213 223
1. . . . 210 150 1. . . . 280 200 1. . . 1GO 2 M
1. . . . 1GO 150 3. . . . 200 200 3.1. . . 212 250
2. . . . 2SO 1 70 1. . . . 240 2 00 3. . . 233 2 73
B. . . . 30fi 1 85 G. . . . 288 2 00 3. . . 123 2 73
2. . . . 123 2 00 2. . . . 253 2 10 3. . . 150 2 7.1
2. . . . ISO 200 4. . . . 142 225 3. . . 150 30 }
BULLS.
ii ; . . 970 1 10 ' 1/.10RO 30 ' 2..1175 1 f.O
l..liro l 10 i. . . . m i 30 i. . . . 6io l CO
1. . . . 030 1 20 1..1220 1 35 1..13SO 1 60
1..1130 1 2. . 1..1330 1 35 B..100S 1 C3
2..1110 123 1. . . . 750 135 3. . . . 910 175
1..1010 130 2. . . . 945 135 1..1210 200
1. . . . 000 1 30 1..1530 1 CO
STAGS.
2..1470 1 40
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
14 feeders. . . . 1332 } 2 50 4 feeders..1143 12 50
1 cow 970 2 75
75WYOMING.
WYOMING.
12 bulls 1215 1 25 18 calves 221 1 50
14 heifers. . . . G44 18.1 15 feeileiH. . . . r.13 2(4 (
C9 cows 943 2 15 32 fd > diir8.llS1 2 25
48 steers 120S 275 C4 steers 1204 275
31 feeilera. . . . 970 2 30
SOUTH DAKOTA.
12 cows 1091 235 G cjws KCG 2 SI
G3 cows 1101 300 111 Btoers 1130 315
84 steers 128S 233 22 steers 1507 325
1 cow 830 2 CO
HOGS The packers were out of the mar
ket entirely owing to the labor troubles.
This left the market entirely In the hands
of the shippers nnd gave buyers decidedly
the advantage over the sellers. The market
ns n whole was uneven , eome hogs that es
pecially suited the requirements of the buyer
bringing nbout steady prices , while others
Just as good sold Cc to lOc lower. After the
best hogs had been sold out the market
flattened1 out the same as yesterday and it
was almost Impossible to even get n bid on
the common nnd trashy stuff remaining.
At the close there were not far from sixty-
five loads left unsold. The best hogs soli'
largely at $4.80 to $5 , while the lighter am :
light mixed loads brought mostly JI.CO to
$4.75. Representative sales :
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
100 179 2MI | 4 00 74 ' 227 (0 il'i \
93 170 210 400 83. 21 ? ICO 480
76 1GI ICO 415 71 2JII 3iO ( 4 SO
1 2DO . . . 425 7S 222 120 4
SS 155 ICO 4 SO CG 213 k. . ) 480
72 It2 2SO 4 SO 73 20U 120 4 fO
lid 173 ICO 4 30 77 231 120 4 KO
79 192 ICO 430 C9 217 M ) < K )
8.1 19. 40 4 32 ! C4 217 80 4 SO
I 250 . . . 4 40 12 'M . . . 4 M
U 204 200 4 40 73 212 40 4 SO
3 3S3 . . . 440 7G 200 . . . 480
3 2.16 . . . 440 CS 200 M ) 480
M 179 ICOI 45 K 220 200 480
1 181 200 450 ID 201 1GO 4 SO
G ill (0 450 73 247 120 4 .SO
S 291 40 4 50 88 203 40 4 80
3 . . .3lii . . . 450 78 207 40 4 W
a 181 80 453 t.3 . 2G3 80 480
13 1C2 M 4 55 CS 251 40 4 SO
17 1 > 3 12i ) 4 C' ' ) G < 210 kO 4 80
r ? io itw 4 co tt > 229 ko 4 w
X UO > 0 4 CO 71 2211 40 480
'S 222 80 4 * > 74 221 320 4 SO
12 103 kO 4 CO 8 2-2 . . . 4 SO
1 221 20 4 CO G'l ' 270 SO 4 80 '
17 214 (0 4 CO CS 215 SiH 4 80
5 UiS ICO 4 W CO 213 120 410
S IW SO 4 GO 82 233 12) ) 4 8' ' )
7 104 2'K ) 460 GS 25 ! 1 * ) 4 SO
1 170 IW i GO 78 2)3 ) 121 I 8) )
S 214 80 4 C2'4 ' Gl 217 1-0 4 KO
1 3:10 : M ) 4 ft ! ! * ) 70 Kll 40 4 SO
2 207 lli'l ' 4 G5 72 1'Jl . . . 4 S2'i '
II 229 200 4 C3 4 231 . . . 485
G 215 120 4 T5 iO 2iO 40 4 81
1 105 (0 4 C.I G'J 2til 324 4 83
19 101 240 4 C5 kO 253 210 4 K3
1 224 24' ' ) 4 G3 GU 210 1ft ) 4 S3
8 211 . . . 4 C3 G5 r.C 20) ) 4 85
3 231 12J 4 C3 C5 M'J IW 4 S5
G 227 IW 4 O7'.i CO .W3 41 4 S5 tr
G 255 . . . 470 B 250 . . . 485
S 218 240 4 TO ! 1 170 . . . 4 85
3 IIS 120 4 70 C2 2.13 12) ) 4 8.1
2 ISO 12J 4 70 Cl Z'.il SO I S3
9 230 120 4 70 01 212 120 4 S5
2 206 SO 4 70 64 245 SO 4 S.I
7 23G 120 470 CS 213 40 485
3 2'I5 ICO 4 70 G'i ' 21) . . . 4 S7'.i '
2 177 . . . 470 B SKI . . . 490
1 244 2ft ) 4 70 CO 213 SO 4 ! > 0
2 214 210 4 TO 71 271 40 4 00
2 34 2HO 4 70 M 2 * > 2 120 4 00
3 2J3 . . . 470 W 2J1 . . . 400
B 21U . . . 4 70 C2 204 2SO 4 00
7 190 . . . 470 C7 243 SO 400
2 231 . . . 470 83 2 > SO 400
3 29) . . . 4 70 C3 217 SO I W
5 194 . . . 470 T 2' ) ' , . . . Oil
i 2C.1 . . . 4 70 Gl 251 40 4 05
3 214 2 > K ) 4 70 120 li'VJ 230 4 93 dr
1 210 200 473 19 2t7 . . . 403 drVi
5 24 ! ) . . . 4 73 75 24' ) 80 4 95
nt
1 235 40 4 75 > C4 , .246 ICO 4 05
he
1 195 40 4 75 73 21 SO 4 OS
i 23G ICO 4 75 15 211 ' . . . 4 9.1 til
2DI 13) ) 475 73 210 40 Bin )
3Ki l > 475 4 ! 203 SO B W
211 SO 475 70 % A M BOO
, . . .r,0 20) 475 . Ul 23 ! 40 BIX )
aij iw 473 i 70 yn . . . BOO wt
, . . .240 JO ) 475 CS & 0 . . . BO )
, . . .218 40 475 72 33U (0 5 IS CO
. . .177 120 475 , 54 911 SO BOS
. . .3S7 160 171 67 2k6 160 B ( XS un
. . .It6 SO 4 75 C2 KG . . . 5 05 co
. . .1M (0 4 75 CO 2 I . . . B OS
. . .237 UX ) 4 75 M 983 . . . B OS
. . . .IW 240 4J5 27 Kt 120 103
SIIBBl' There wns nothing tloliiK lit tlio
sheep market nnd prices were ncmiltiilly
steady. Fnlr to good natlvcx arc quotable
nt $2.26 to $2,75 , fair to good westerns at
$2 to $2.41) ) , common and stock slioeji nt $1.70
to J-.L'd nnd good to choice 10 to JOO-Iti lambs
nt $2.25 lo $3.50. _
ciiit'Ado I.IVK STOUK .MARKKI- .
TliproVn Continued ItiilltiMH In Pour Cut-
tlcVcufrriluy.
CIIIC'AOO , A tiff. . There wan rnnllnunl nriu-
nruK In tinlicul prudi'.i ami continued ilullnrn
In cattle not belter than medium. Thnt there
conilltldnn oluiiln In because of the im-ncer nf-
ferliiK of th < " olio nnd tin1 iejpeiiititm > lanei' nf thi
other , f.'ol tii niKli choice entile nro arriving
t3 meet the demand , anil pi lee * lire Kruiluatly
working upward. They nre now iiuntcd un hlKh
un > ; , nnd thure have licen n iiunilnT of miles
\Mlhln tin- laM few cl.ijs at fi un M S3 In ; t. < )5. )
The grerti bulk of the rurietit ren > lit | uro "f
the common U > fair c > rl ami K' M Iclmv ? l.5' > .
1'rlets ninxlHR fnun )3.5 < ) l.i ft. 21 Innmlit a
l.irso pint of Ihn Klccm on l.i < las mniki'i , mnl
flotu tl.5 to tlf.oO tcvik nuisl of Hit rnwr ami
liulls , though IhTc welo several imleri at nllll
lower flK'ncs. ' Theie weif aliuiil l.OKi ln-ail each
ol T xiis anil weslern lansf I'lillle. Tinfnrtnei1
.
ueii. quoted nt fiom ? l.2.1 to $3.50 mul the laltrr
at fn > m 11.73 t ? $1.10.
HoK pi Ices weic again weak. Tliey weie not
more limn Be lower ihnn at tin tl" > < iof lni < ln"f-
\VoilncntIny. . hut conip.in-il with thai ilny's
opening nu.itallon there wan n ( Imp of fr un
IOC in ir.c. lltiyorn hlil 15. S3 fm nueli II.IRS ax lln-y
wore nllllng lo pay 15.50 for niunnil the opening
of ycftenlny's matket. nnd nlth'tuitli then1 wro *
BC'ittfilnii snlCH nt from ) .f > .37li lo IB 41 , Hie i'ln i-
fcund 1.1.30 Ihc Inp for heavy nnil M.21 nil r.x-
Iremc uttel | < le quoliillon fm llolil. Reeelptn were
1,000 less than for WrJncmlny and s.im le < ihnn
for I nt Thurcday , but the lirratc In Kinlii nnd
lil-ovUlons maile liuyers eiitilliMir ami Imirlnh.
The hulk of the medium mi'l heavy welKlitti were
ilinp.nort of til from J5 15 l > J5.:3 ; : , nnd fmm J5 10
to 15.25 lioiiRht most ot the light. The cloo wan
steady.
Salvf of Inferior lo choice sheep wore at from
il lo 13.23 per 100 HIS. , Wllh " xtru qu itnl at
from > 3.30 to 13.10. The lamb mnrket wns nlKiiit
sleaily nt fnun 12 to J4.G9. ihoiiRh Ihe offorliiKi
hud to he choice to bilns more than f4.4' ' > . Then1
Wfie not inuny oalert of sh'-ep at heller than
2.75 , from 12 to I ? TR tnklnn most nf Hie slulT.
l.iimbK sold pilnclpatly nl from 13.75 to $1. 40.
Itecelpls wcie fstlmatfd nt 0.003 head.
Heccliitu : Calllc , 14.00.1 lit , id ; calves. SI)0 ) head :
IIORB , 2S.OOJ hroil ; sheep. O.frx ) IIPTI ! .
The llvenlnK Jiurnal ? nvs : IIOOS Uecelpts ,
2ii,00 < ) ' liciul ; receipts yesterday , 31,0.19 head ; ship
ments' yesit-nlay. 9,714 lienil ; left over , alxiul
8,000 head ; iiuallly only fair. MniNcl t-lw anil
weak ; good Ki'aileA steady , common lots 5o lower !
sales ranged al | 4 ! > 5 5.30 for Ilirhl. J4 MttIM
for rough pnrlclng. JS.ftf.1.33 for mixed. $ .1 10f1.50
4T4.90. for heavy packing and shlrplni ; lots ; plcn , JI.40
CATTI.i : TJstlmntril recells | , tralay. ll.nnn hend ;
lecelpts yrntenlnv , 15.757 head : shlpmciils yenler-
dny , 5,358 he.iil ; Texans , > l.2.15T3.r,0 ; wcsleni. Jl.7,1
03.10 : diws ami liullK. 11.75 150.
SIIRKP i : . llinaleil n-celpm todav. 9.000 Iieail ;
loeelpls yeylerilay , 13 67B heivl ; Bhlprnenl.i ycsler-
day , 572 head ; mailiel slcaily.
.St. I.ditls I. ivo Siock .Marlcrt.
KT. I.Ol'IS. Aug. 0. CATTI.IJ Kecelpls. 3,410
h-.iil ! ; ( .lilpmentf , 1,400 head. Miiifcol Htciuly In
Minng. ncll\i > : native tlenrx. I1.n0jfl.25 ; cows
Slid heifers. 2 ; slockers. $2 10 ; T xas steeu : ,
. .wifs.ijj cim , | 2.oo if : , : o.
llOl5.S-Heceli | | . 3.10J hcnil ; shipments. 1 , W
Iicinl , Mnrket lOc lower : rholce hf.'ivy. $5.40 ?
B.-'i ; Koncl licnvy , f.l.SOfi'.V )0 ) ; gnnd light , J3.23
iflJ.IO ; piss nnd'cninnuin. tl.riCtr.M.1.
SIII-ii ; > Itrrdplii. fK ( ) lipiicl ; i-lilpnipnU , 500
head. Mnrkrt slcadv ; choice Innilis. $1.2.1 ; fair
ia moilimn If.iiil'a. K. 10f(3.0 ; fail- mixed sheep
anil lamb. * , J2.23Q2.75.
Nnw Vorlc l.lvr Moult J
XHU' YOHK. . 9.-
AUK. IlKKVnS-necrtpt * . 400
heail : no mnrket.
SIIUICl' ANIJ I.A.MIIS--lU-cclpts. B.SOO Ill-nil.
Mmket very dull : no demand : sheep Imicly
slemly ; I.nnlis. UfT'ic ' lower : nenily 7.0.10 hem !
unsold ; shfen. oullnnrv , | 2.755T3.00f lambs , In
ferior to Kind. J.1.75W4.7.1.
HOGS llecelpla. 900 heml : most all on sale ;
steady ; Inferior to coed , J5.CJ f5.90.
Fnlr Wcntlicr null Coolpr 'n ICimtorn No-
lini > < l.u Todny.
WASHINGTON , Aug. 0. The Indications
for Friday nre :
For Nebrnskn nnd South Dakotn Fair ;
cooler In the eastern portion ; southeast
winds.
For Kansas Fnlr ; southerly winds.
For town SllRhtly cooler ; southerly winds.
For Missouri Fnlr ; cooler In the north
ern portion ; southwest winds.
Local Itucord.
OFPICROFTIIK WBATIIEII BuiiEiu. OMAHA.
Aup. 0. Onutliu record of temnoraturo and
rainftillcompiired wltli corresponding day of
pnst four years :
1804. 1803. 1RD2. 1891.
Maximum tomoonituro 07 = 0284 = 88 =
Minimum tcmuurutura 7i3 ! 7i ! = 09 = 70 =
Avnrniro tomooriuuro. . 84 = 82 = 70 = 82 =
I'rcclpltutlou 00 .00 .02 .00
State-incut showing the condition of torn-
pornturonnd pracipltatlou ut Omahu for the
dny and since March 1 , 18'Jl :
Normal temoornturo (4 =
Excess for the day ' 10 =
K.xcoss since .March 1 403 =
Normal proclultatlnn 11 Inch
Deficiency for thu div : 11 Inch
Deficiency since .Miiroli 1 12.0.1 Inchui
Itcpurts from Otlinr Statloun nt H I > . M.
:
:
;
"T" Indicates irnco of rain.
IKOUCE K. HUNT , Local Forecast Official.
A Well Hint Yield" llntterinlllc.
Did you ever ECO a buttermilk well I
nean a well that yields buttermilk ? asks the
Jew York Herald.
No , there arc no buttermilk wells nbout
ere that I know of , hut I saw one out In
orthern Indiana the other day. It was
onnected with n creamery. There Is no
iiirkct for buttermilk there , and the In-
abltants of the town , who can get all the
uttermllk they want fur nothing by simply
olng after It , never touch It. I shall never ;
oe the thirsty New York crowd around the
uttermllk wagons down town on n hot day
ereaftcr without thinking of that butter-
illk well out In Nappunce. As fast as the
real revolving churns have precipitated
iclr wealth of golden butter the milky
'Elduiim Is run oft Into the troughs that
lad to the buttermilk well. Prom thence
Is pumped up to feed hogs , being dls-
Ibuted by n system of troughs among the
ims. Tieso : hogs are merely kept to utll-
3 the buttermilk , which would otherwise . . .
3 to waytp , anil the fatness ot these nnl- '
als so fed defies words. Very llttlo else Is
Iven them. Ilutt rmllk pork Is said lo ho
iperlor , especially when supplemented with
irn. _
Oregon Kidney Ten cures all kidney
oubles. Trll size , 25 cents , All druggists. be
as
rmnonMnlciui Uiimlll Killed. cu
cuPC
HI3YNOL , Mex. , Aug. 0 , Mnroim tie I.unn , PC
le most notorious outlaw In iiorthern Mex- r.i
o , WIIH killed forts' inllcH noutli of here he
f a iletnelirnent of .Mexli'iin xoldlern , who agHi
nl been Kent In pureiilt of him. He wan Hi
nuli'tl for ninny munlcm nnd other ei lines HiMl
iiiid 'IVxiiH. Hu Imd Hi-rvcd u Ml
ng term In thu Texas lu'iillviitlnry. be
tin
Fishing and bathing , Courtlund bench. coi
I'rleKt Attacked liy llriinkeii Cmvlioy ,
MANDAN. N. IX , Aug. 9. hiiot night a do
unketi cowboy iiumeil Collins nttucked domi
Uticr Wllhelm ut the Intter'H house. He
tempted to pound the prlenl over tlio
nil with n cnrtrldKO bolt , nnd WIIH xhol
rough the xhoulder. He will recover.
ltli u l\\K \ \ ltdlilicry. C
NEW YOHK , Aug. 9. Uzzlo McOermott
is charged In the Jefferson Market police
urt with Iwlnif concerned in the theft of
0.000 or } 50,000 worth of stamps , foreign Al
(1 rare , from the Scott Stamp and Coin lie
mpany. Shu will bo hold for trial.
lieTc
finest retort tn the west CourtUniL | Tc !
FINANCES OF THE ATCIIISON
Export lUtlo ami Pfo Wont Rolnhnrt'i
Figures Duly $7,285,200 , Apart.
STATEMENTS HADE PUBLIC YESTERDAY
u Ctiiniulttro of Tlio < o { liter *
filed In tlio Itciirgiin irittliiii for KxitmliiA-
lloii mnl Itcpurt Prnlcrtlvi > Cum *
niltlro . \iiilmli' ] tu .Mcl'onk.
NH\V VOIUC , Aug. 0. The jcncral ; re-
orgaulxatlon committee cf the Atchlson Itoll-
road company met today ittid received Presi
dent Hi'lnlmrt's reply to Kxpcrt Uttlc'i
Hlntoinsr.t that the liiconu ! accuunt of tin
Atchlson for four years ending Juno 30 ,
1MM , had bi > i < n ovvfElnted to thu amount oi
over $7,000,000. In brief , Little's report
cl.issllk.s the
overstatement as follows :
KclutuH not deducted from liiouint > .MTHO71
Arbitrary nddltlons to eanilngsvltli -
out fouinliitlon
J.OIOAX
Arbltrury '
deductions I'rum r\iuiisc |
liniiiMVciiicnt . .iccutintvlift h chotild
have lii'i'ii L'bnfKi'd to i-NpcliHOst. . . , 4S8.POO
Trnllk1 halnnocs worthless but not
written off 305.813
Total amount of mime to Juno no ,
1M)3 )
$7,2SCfl
At the dale of tlio last bnl.iucu Issued to
stockholders It wag Jli7l-I70 ; , nnd thU wits
covvroil In the pilhllshinl btlaiioc sheet cf
that date by the follow.ng cuttles.
Cnih deposits ovi'istntfil
$ 002,625
lllll.H
piiynblc iilliler.-tntuil
l.lUO.OOd
Ac'i'i'iiiitM
Fntnohlsu riMH'lvnblc overHtntcil l.lilO.SH
and propei'ty overstated. . 2,100,11C
Total
.ja.273,471 .
Tin- remainder of the ? ? , : : * . . > , wo , being
$1,1)12.111 ) , '
wns ei'cuteil by Blinil.ir
ontrles
dm lug tlio
period from June 30 , 1SD3 , till tin
uiipoliitiiicnt
of receivers.
lows The : overstatements by yours arc as fol-
Ycnr Your ending June SO , 1S91 , $2.629.0S ( )
endlMB June 30. 1832 in : > . < aj
Yi-nr ending June . " > 0 , 189,1 i.ini,75S
Year endlinr June 30 , lbll ) 1.0I2.H1
Total
. .
The St. Louis * San Francisco rcvcnuo
account has also born overstated $205,579 for
rebates not deducted.
liniNHAKT IIKPMI2S.
President Jtelnhart , In his reply , declares
the earnings of tlio Atchlson system for
the period named amount to about
$1SO-
000,000 , nnd then goes on to point out the
errors Into which ho claims Little has fallen.
He
says :
"I nnd ? 1.100.000 of earnings of the Atch-
IROII system deducted from IU income ac
count under the agreement with the St. Louis
& San Francisco Kallway company In 1S87 , ns
shown. In the annual re-ports and properly
credited to the St. Louis San Francisco-
Railway company as owned by the Atchlson ,
Topeka & Santa Fe Kallway company. In
other words , Mr. Little Ignores $1,100.000
of nctual earnings of the Atchlson railroad
and gives them no place In his statement
of the other earnings of the system. I also
find that Mr. Little refuses to Include a bal
ance of $457 , ! > 39 ( United Stairs currency )
Mibsldy due from the Mexican government
to the Sonora railway ( one of the Atchlson
auxiliary companies ) which Is an undisputed
claim recognized by the Mexican govern
ment.
"I find also nn Item of $450,000 covering
earnings on through hilling for the last
week In each month has been Ignored by
.Mr. Little , notwithstanding the fact such
Item was fully explained to him. I fur
ther nnd Mr. Little has either overlooked or
refused to recognize $2,320,000 of Interest
earned from January 1 , 1S90 , to December
23 , 1893 , on advances made by the Atchlson
& San Francisco companies to the Atlantic
& Pacific company , which , with the Inter
ests so earned is nn asset of these two com
panies , nml which In the adjustment of the
accounts of the three companies named must
be treated ns an asset ot the Atchleon &
San Francisco companies , belonging to their
Income account.
"Still further do I nnd Mr. Little has not
Included about $1,500,000 of profit earned by
the company upon Its Investment In terminal
properties. The Items of $1,012,110 and
$152,1151 , making nn nggregnte of $1,765,061 ,
which Mr. Llttlo nlso refers to , wore proper
debits to the franchise and property accounts
for the season. They represent expenditures
made out of the revenues of the reorganized
company subsequent to October 1 , 1SS9 , but
which applied to the operations of the prop
erty prior to the date of rcor iniitln , and
should htivc ' . ( bo cared for under th3 forty *
twa mortgngts represented under the old
company. 1l.it asset was imJ to offset
charges wlilc.li affected the other hide c'f tin
income account , and , as Mr. LltlK' hlmeelf
has stated In his report , 'In the end tlio
off ct on thu Ircomo account will be preeicely
Ihe name , '
"The Items I have mentioned more than
Mvcr the alleged overEtntomsnt of Income-
lor the period of Mr. Little's examination
jy about $ TiOO,000. Mr. Little states that on
Ihe 30th day of June , 1S93 , the company did
not have on hand the amount of rash shown
jy the books. I desire to ttate most em
phatically that on the date referred lo the
ompany actually had on hand In cash and
ash Items , the amount stated In Its report
in that date. "
. HEFKRIIED TO A COMMITTEE.
The reorganization committee , after the
eadlng of President Hclnhart's report ,
idoptcd n resolution referring the Llttlo and
lolnhart statements to n committee com *
losed of It. S.
Hayes , chairman of the gen-
ral reorganization committee ; Hohert Flsm-
ng of the London committee , and Mr. Ludcn ,
eprcscnting Hope & Co. of Amsterdam ,
vlth Instructions to report to thu full com-
ulttce what further action should l > 3 taken
n the premises. Two members of the rc-
rganlzatlon committee , who desired to wltli-
iod : tlicjr mimes from publication , stated to
reporter for the Associated press that the
encral opinion was that President Helnlnirt
ad not explained satisfactorily the charges
nnde by Mr. Little.
An Associated press reporter saw Prcsl-
cnt Itelnhnrt after the adjournment of the.
ommlttco , nnd asked If he had anything
a Fay beyond what was In his statement to
he commlitee.
In reply President Ilelnhart said : "I re-
ard my statement as a complete answer to
tr. Little's charges , nnd nt present prefer
3 say no more. I probably will have somo-
lilng to say at a future date , nnd will ha
lad to give it to the public through the
tedium of the Associated press. "
Theodore W. Myers , chairman of tha
tchlson Protective reorganization commlt-
c , has addressed a letter to Colonel J. J.
IcCook , In which he says that It was not
10 Intention of himself or the other mom-
era of the protective committee In the lot-
r of the 6th Instant to President King to
jllect In any manner on Mr. McCook'B
larao'er , and ho expresses regret on the
irt of the committee for any Injustice which
lay bo done to the receiver.
( i ACTION ON ii.\imsT ixoimiioNS. :
iVstcrn I'awiiger AnKiiclutlon Ieinr the
Miittrr for Fnliini Hitttliiiiioiu.
CHICAGO , Aug. 9. The Western Passcn-
> r association adjourned Its meeting today
Ithout having settled the question of har *
si excursions In any way. the matter
Ing left over till the next meeting of the
isoclatlon. The chief topic under dls-
issloii loday was the request of the YOUIIK
oplc's Society of Christian linileavor for
leu nt the meeting of 1895 , which will b
Id In San Franclbco If arrangements
rceuble to the society can be made with
e railroads. The toclety has asked that
rnto of $50 for thu touinl trip west of tha
ItialsHlppI river and for a otio furo rate cant
granted. Nothing was done today In
e way of granting the rate , and It will
mo up for consideration at a later meeting.
Pressure will bo brought lo bear upon th *
mver & Klo Orando to Induce It to aban-
n its attitude ou the harvest excurulon
itter.
WM , LOUD ON.
lommisaion Merchant
( Ji'itln ami Provisions.
I'rlvnte wires to Cblcuuo und New York.
I business orders placeci on Chicago
nirtl of Trade.
JorroHponik'iicu solicited.
Jfflcc. room 4 , New York Life
lei > hone 130 .