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    G TIIJS OMAHA DAILY JBEJiiirff UESDAY , JULY 10 , 1805.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Wheat Broke on Vigorous Short Billing
but Recovered the Decline ,
REPORTS OF CROP DAMAGE NUMEROUS
Corn Wni Only Moilcrntely Actlro Hlnve
Hpecalntom HUTU Itacnino Afriilil < > f B l > -
tembnr IJenU Now ItiiOncss NOIT
Sceki Moro llemoto Delivery.
CTTICAOO , July IB. Wheat , after a
of I'/ic ' on vigorous short selling , took cowage -
ago from thu bad ciup reports unil u liberal
vlxll/lo Occrcnsc today and closed nt nil ad.
vance of lUc for September. Scptcmbei
corn closed ? o lower , September oat UIP
changed , and provisions show slight loss ? *
The morning papers gave prominence te
eoino reports of damiiKe to spring wheat
That started the price up from W.tc at th (
close on Saturday to from U7u lo tXtfaC nt tnt
opening this morning. The higher of those
quotations was realized for only two 01
three 6,000 bu. lots , but a good deal changci
hands between the prices of Tic and G7'ic
In half an hour f rom the start the price
had declined to C5 } c , and not until the vlsl
We supply statement was published , ehow <
Ing a decrease of 2,1:12,000 : bu. for the week
did the price show much capability of re
cuperatlon. Kvcn then It only recovcrei
about ? ic per bu. before It wan again smoth
ered with more short wheat. A general dla
belief In serious damage to the spring
wheat crop wan the feature of thu newi
tl-at Incited the selling. The reports froir
the winter wheat country continue to be ol
u very dlHhearlenlng character , as has heut
characterizing them for such a length o
time. Toledo letters say they do not ex
pcct to gel any wheat there this year fron
Indiana and will have to depend on llllnoli
and Ohio for supplies. The reports fron
the two latter platen do not turnlp-h th <
hope Of much wheat being procurable then
cither. The foreign mat Uets were all quotei
lower at the opening , ana tin- cloying cable
grams were of a similar character. Liver
pool declined 'Ad ' , Tails 15 centimes to I !
centimes , and iierllu ! > i mark. The visible
supply now amounts lo 41,317,000 bu. , com
pared with K,15IXKJ ! bu. a > ear ago , am
Ki.325,000 bu. at the comondlng | period li
Ik'j3. The world's shipments are fall
Ing off. They are estimated a
iibout 2W)0l ) W bu. for last week
They hac been running at fron
9tt , COO to ll.OW.OuO bu. for about threi
months pievlous. Should the Ituslan am
Argentine shipments keep dropping oft pro
portlonately for a few weeks , Kurope wll
have to bid openly for American wheat , In
stead of having 2.0 < jO,000 bu. thrust upoi
their unwilling hands weekly , as It Is nov
being made to appear. After Ihc early de
dine to 05c there was a recovery ti
GC-c. and several times It fell and rose be
twccn 81'.4c and We. In the latter half o
the session some reports from the northwes
were received which convinced the crowi
of more serious damage to spring whea
than the Minneapolis people were wllllni
to admit. Cmlahy's brokeis , who had beei
perslMe t ecle ! 8 at anything over C6c , foun
more buyers late In the chiy than they couli
supply , and when their Htock of short whea
was exhausted the price of September she
up rapidly from around ffi' c to CSUc , am
closed nt G7c. A trade In May wheat wa
made nt " c.
With the exception of quite a heavy poll
Ing by Schwartz-Uupce , the oats markc
was almost entirely without features. Th
aforementioned llrm disposed of about 400 ,
000 bit. of May. The tone of the marke
was about steady. At thu opening a sllghtl ;
firmer feeling was noticeable. Later on i
decline followed , and prices closed abou
steady. September started at 23'Ac , sold t <
SS'/ic , back to 23c and ended at Sl'&c. '
Corn was only moderately active ani
weak. Speculators have become afraid o
the September deal , and all new buslnes
now seeks a more remote delivery. le
cember and May are not favorites wit :
short sellers. Several times today It wa
almost Impossible to trade In Septembe
without discounting the 'nominal markc
price from Vic to % c per bu. The brllllnn
prospects for new corn was the governln
factor. HecelptB wore 190 cars and with
drawals from store 455,000 bu. Argentine es
ported 728,000 bu. of corn last week.
Estimated receipts for Chicago tomoi
row are 250 cars. The visible decrease
911,000 bu. . and now amounts to 6,882.000 bu
against 31,982,000 bu. < i year ago. The mat
kct was'strong near the opening1 , Septembe
selling at from IC'.ic to 4Gc. It declined t
43c , but firmed up In sympathy with when
near the close and rested at 45c. May dc
dined < \c. \
Provisions were dull and easy , but m
particularly weak until near the close , whe
a drive was made at the markets by shot
sellers. It failed as regards wheat , bu
caused pork to close at a loss for the da
of lOc , lard and ribs each ZVfec.
Estimates for Tuesday : Wheat , 140 can
corn , 250 cars ; oats , IbO cars ; hogs , 12x
, head.
The leading futures ranged as follows :
Cash quotations wore as follows :
FLOUR-Wenk : wlnlcr patents. $3.23ff3.75 ; wh
tcr straights. $3.0003.40 ; spring patents , $3.73
4.00 ; bprlne Btralghts , $2.90U3.25 ; bakers , $1.90
'WHEAT No. 1.spring. CC % C9 > ic ; No. 3 sprUii
nominal ; No. 2 red. CCHcJUGftc.
COHN-No. 2 , 43Uti45'ic ; No. S yellow. 45
C45Hc.
OATS No. 2. 23 c ; No. 2 white , 27G2Sc ; N
S white , 23',4 l27c.
HYE No. 2. 4Sc.
HAHLEY No. 2 , nominal ; No. 3 , nomlna
Ko. 4 , 39c.
FLAX SEED-NO , i. $ i.34 ? i.35.
TIMOTHY SEED Prime , $5.85.
I'HOVISIONS Mess polk. IMT bbl. . $10.92'/4 '
11.05. Ijiul , per KK ) Ibs. , J0.30SC.32V4. Shoit rll
Hides ( loose ) . $6.07'ifiC.10. Dry salte.1 shoulcle
( lioxed ) , $6.50C6.CSV4. Shcirt clear sides iboxed
WHlSKY-Dlstlllers' rtnlshed goo-ls , per cal
Thn follow Ing were the receipts nnd shlpmen
toilay :
Ontha Proliiot tixchanro lodav the butter mai
Jet was llrm : creamery. lOaillWe ; dairy. 10
ICc. KKKB , nrm ; HHJliTc. Cheese. 7StJo ! .
NK\V YOKIC CIKNUUAL MAUICET.
Closing Quotations on the Principal Com
inmlltlcs unit Stnilni > .
NEW YOUK , July lS.-FLOrit-Ilrcelpts , 21 , . |
bbla.j exports , 11,200 bbls. ; pales , 27,000 pkKU. Mn
ket weak and lower to sell at tln-t , but harden
towards the close. Exporters bouKht bukem
nacks nt throUKh rate from m Us ; clly ml.I pa oul
J4.70tjf4.90 ; city mill clears , JI.151TI.25j Mlnnc'o
patents , J3.6503.80 ; Minnesota bakers , J-UOiKC
wlnlcr patents. J3.85tfl.oO ; winter straight ! , $35'
3.85 ; wlnler exlrns , J3.00W3.40 ; vvlnler low grade
J2.20fl3.CO ; uprlnir low Kradcs , Jl.90ff2.l5. II
n'iri.v.ull.l'"l ! > , < 'rllnf'1 3-k ° < HOO ; fancy. JI.03G4. :
>
JXIIN MEAIQulel ; m\r \ . 200 bbls. ; yellc
WHEAT Itecelpls , 7.4W bu. ; exports' , 2,400 In
Bales , 12,730 bu. futures nnel 8,000 bu. spot. rUi
IrreBUlar : No. 3 red. In store nnd elevator , 70J ,
nlloiit. , TUlo , . : f. V o. . b. , 72 > ic nlloal ; .ivr. 1 norlhei
delivered ; No. 1 haul , 75'lc delivered. O
ttons sold off under lower cables , a dltpoxlllon
discredit the crop scarei about spring whei
email reduction In the ninuiint allont for Euro
nnd large Indian uhlpmenis. and finally recover
on northwest buying and lenewed demand a
closed l c higher. Sales Inrludixl No. 2 red , Ja
uuiy , 73 7-16 75c. climed at 75o ; February. 74 > ;
760 , closed at 76e ; March. 75 6-lC 77c , closwl
77c ; July. NUWllUc. closed at 71Uc ; Augu
KmifilHc. clo l at 714c ; Hrptrmlwr , C3Un7
clced at 71'ic ' ( ; October , 70\c. closed at " 0\c : 1
ccnilMT. 71 5-16r74\c. ( ( clownl at 7IUC.
CORN HeceJpU. KW.100 bu , ; cxportH , 75.800 bt
sales , 3M.OOO bu. futures and 41,000 bu. spot. S |
market Irregular ; No. 2 , 50c In elevator ; tic a
6IUo f. o. b. afloat. Option * broke sharply afi
openlne under fears that the Chicago Septeml
deal had gone through , but later rallied on t
reduction In the visible urp'y t.nl tynifathy wl
wheat und cloMHl nt SUHc lower ; July clotvd
49Tic ; Auguiit , 49H < T50c. cloted at Wo.
OATS Receipts. 130.700 bu. : exporli. 2,700 In
sales , 115,000 bu , niturett nnd Ott.OM bu. spot. Si
market quiet ; NO. 2 oats. : sbN2Sic ! ; No. S dell
ered , 29Uc ; No. 1 ouli , :7'ic ' ; No. t white , K' (
No. 3 white. Sl\f. track white , ] 3ii'3lc. Optl
market was dull and featureless , rlotiing u
changed to HO higher ; July closed at ! 3Uc ; 8 <
tember , 27Hr27 io , closed at 27Uc.
FEED Quleli bran , HdbOc ; middlings , SOQSI
city fee.1. Nfi'JSc.
HAY-FIrm : uhlpplnff , H.WC7.WJ good
Iholre. $ * .OOC .00.
jjovasteady ; it te , common to cholc * old. ;
Set 1(94 rrop. MJOc ; const old , 20tc ( 1S9I crop , IO
> c ; Iiomlun tnaikft , Blmd ) * .
1IIDEH I-'Irm : net tAlt * < l , New Ortcnni , e-
I re I nl , 43 lo K lli > . . nominal ; Toiim iclecled.
W to Wt \ \ * . , nominal ; Durnoi Ayrei , dry , Vt to
24.1bf. , SOHci Texas dry , 14 lo JO Ibs. , 123130.
LEATHEH Blnnig ; httnloek * c\f \ , 1lu nct
Ayres , light lo heavy weight * . Stc : ncld , : l > ig2lc.
WOOtf-FIrm ; domeitlo fleece , U02c , pulled ,
20O14C.
PROVISIONS-.llief. quiet : family , $12.0flCU.M ;
extra mfM , J8.c flS.M ; beef hums. $ ll > .OOai5.W ;
packed , $ u.5ujill.OO. Cut mentfl. steady ; pickled
belllcii , $7. < MUT.S9 ; pickled ohouidtrs , $ ( ; pickled
hams , $0.50. l.inl. dull niul lowci i western steam
closed at JG.kOOO.M'.i ' ; clly ul J0.10
fiC.lS ; Krptfinb r closed at JlCi'.i
nominal ; refln d , sleajyi conlintnl ,
$7.10 ; S. A. , $ " .35. Pork , steady ; tales , 4W bbl * . ;
new mess , JlZ.fOl/U. : ! ! family , $12.50
OUGOi shott clear , JI2.WU16.00.
IlUTTEH-Uiil'l ; weflrrn dairy , OOUc ; western
cteairery , IZiflTc ; westmi factury , SIJI2Vic ; El-
clns , lc ; Imliailoii creamery , liauc ; slale dairy.
lliJIC'.tc ; stale creamery Uc.
( . | | | ; iSi-l''lMci : , slalo IHTKC , f.OT Jc.
iICS--lul ! ; icvelpti , 7.51J pkgs ,
POTATOES-tlulet nnd slmdlcr ; Lone Island ,
$ : ; Vlrclnla. $1.50ii2.25.
ROSIN HttnliH-d , common lo good. ll.CSni.C9.
TALLOU' Wcak ; clly , 4Uc ! country , 4Hc.
PETROLEUM United clcifed $1.52 bid ; refined
New York , $7.Ci ; Phlladflphln n d llalllmore ,
; . ! ' ) ; I'hllndclplila nnd llultlmorc In bulk , $5.10.
rl'IllMINTINIl-Qillet. 2S02S'iC.
1UC11 Htcniily ; domestic , fair lo cxlrn , 4'.40
( Ui'i Japan , 8i4'Me. |
MOLASSES Quiet ; New Oilcans open kettle ,
good to choice , 290320.
PEACH EH-OaiTler , $2.73fT3.00.
WATEHMELONS Per 100. $10.00fl2'.00. '
APPLES Ilnrn-l , $ lTOifi2.00.
FREIGHTS To Liverpool , quiet.
METALS I'lc Iron , firm ; soulhern , Ill.fiOnH.OJi
northern. $12.00fJ 11.00. Copper , slrong ; brokers
price. $11.7.1 : exchange price. $10.90. Lead , slrong !
brokers' price. $3.1214 ; exchange price , J3.30. Tin ,
nrm : straits. 114.25. Plates , market llrm. Speller ,
steadv ; domestic , $3.SO.
with unimportant
COTTONSEED OIL-IrmcllvP.
portant variations In prices ; prime crude , 23c ;
off crude , 21B22C ; prime summer yellow. 2Cc ; ofl
summer yellow , 25HM2.c ; yellow butter grades ,
2702Sc ; prime summer white , SOc.
OMAHA OINIUAI. : .MARKET.
Condition of Tnulo im.l ( Juotntlo II on
Stapln mill fnnc/ Pro men.
The week opened with n quiet market on most
all lines of country prnJucu. The demand was
light and values , for the most p.irt , remained
Inllonary. Quotation * :
EGCliS Choice flock , lOc.
lirTTEU-PncklnB Block , 7H < QSc ; choice tc
nncy , 10012c ; gathcicd creamciy , 15c ; separntoi
Tenmery , IGc.
LIVE Pori.THV Hens. 7G71ic ; roosters , 3c
prlng chickens , J2.00C3.50 per doz. , or 14S15c pei
b. ; ducks , Su ; tpring ducks , lOc ; turkejs , CJjP.'c ;
pese , 5c.
VKAI Cholc fnt , 70 to 100 Ibs. , are quoted nl
( He ; laige nnd course , 4tj75 < , ic.
CHEESE Wisconsin full cream. Oc ; Younp
AmeilcuK , llSI2c ; twins. Iltl2c ; NebrnsVa one
ovva , full cream , lOu ; Llmburgcr. No. 1 , lOc
brick , No. 1 , He ; Swiss , No. 1. 13c.
HAY I'plnnd hay , JS ; midland , IS ; lowland ,
7.50 ; new hay , JO ; iye straw , J5 ; colur makes
he price on hay. Light bales sell the best.
Only top grades bring lop pi lets.
PlOEONti Per doz. , Jl.WOl.M.
VEGETAI1LES.
A flesh car of Mississippi tomatoes has ar
rived on the inaiket. T.ie low pi Ices touched
ast week have had the natural effect of re-
luclng shipment * , und the muikel , ut u good
nany points , has reacted. Quolntlons :
POTATOES New potatoes , choice stock , 40 {
We.
ONIONS Bermudas , per crate , none ; California
n racks , per bu. . Jl.00tjjl.10.
OLD HEANS-Hand picked , navy , J2.20 ; Lira :
beans , per lb. , 5i ; < U5' c.
CAIIHAQE On orders , lCc.
RADISHES Per dor. bunchea , 15c ,
GREEN ONIONS-Per doz. bunches , 15e.
LETTUCE Per doz. . 15G20c.
AHPAHAOUS Choice clock on orders , 35350. .
per doz. bunches.
CUCUMHERS Oil orders , 35J40c per doz.
PEAS On ordem , per bu. . 75c.
STRING 11EANS On oidtir , per ' ,4-hu. basket ,
50c.
TOMATOES Mississippi stock , per 4-baske' '
ciale , SCiT'JOc ; 5 to 10-c.ise Ion 75WW.
HUMMEK SlJUASH-Per doz. , on orders , 25tJ
) c.
c.WATEnMELONS Per doz. , crnlrd , J2.5083.00.
OUEEN PEPPERS-Pcr bu. , J1.00S1.50.
WAX HEANS-Per ' ,4-bu. basket. EOc.
CANTALOfPES Per doz. , J1.00S1.23.
CAULIFLOWER Per doz. , 40iJ > 45c.
CELEHV Home grown , per doz. , 40ffMc.
FRUITS.
The berry offerings were light yesterday.
There weie n few sliuvvlH > rrles und blackberries ,
) Ut they were mostly soft and not suitable foi
shipping out en oreleis.
The supply of California fruit on the markcl
yesterday was not large. In fact stocks were
iretty well cleaned up. ljuolnllons :
HBO RASPI1ER1UE3 Per 24-iit. case , Jl.oO.
PLUMS Cullfornlu , per bux. choice stock , J1.6C
[ 12.00 ; southern , per case , J1.23O1.50.
APllICOTS California , cholco stock , per box ,
J1.50.
SOUTHERN PEACHES-Pcr 4-basket crate ,
10cj | 1.00.
APPLES-Soulhcrn , p-r ' ,4-bu. box , 3ff4)c ? )
bbls. , J2.00i2.50.
CALIFORNIA PEACHES-Per box. 90cJ1.00.
STUAWIIBUIUEM Chuico shipping sluck. p i
casu f 24 < | l ; . . n.TS.
CHERRIES -\VnslilnKlon , per 10-lh. box , J1.15J
1.25 ; home grown , per 24-qt. case , J2.50.
( lOOSEIIEHHIES Per 2ltt. . case , J..OOS2.25.
IILACK RASPUEURlEa-Pcr 24-qt. case , J2.7
( JiS.OO.
IILACKDERRIES Choice stock , per 24-qt ,
case. J2.XH&J.25.
GRAPES Texas stock , per 4-basket case , Jl.l
TROPICAL FRUITS.
Two cars of California oranges arrived yester
day. The fruit was mainly seedlings und Medl
lerranenn sweels , with 11 few Australian navels
Quotations : -
ORANGES Navels , per box , J3 ; choice seed
lings , per box , J2.50 ; Medilerranean sweets. J2.7
B3.0D ; fancy St. Michaels , none.
LEMONS Extra fiuicy lemons , 300 size , JC.OOS
i.23 ; 300 nlze , J6.25fG.60.
ItANANAS Choice laigc stock , per bunch , J2.2 !
fi2.50 : medium size bunches. J2.00tf2.25.
PINEAPPLES Per doz. . J2.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FIGS Fancy , 15c ; chot.e , 12S13c ; California ,
bags , 7c.
HONEY California , 14(315c. (
MAPLE SYRUP Gallon Jugs , per doz. . J12 '
lllxby. 5-gal. cans , J3.
NUTS Almonds , 14c ; English walnuts , toft ,
shelled. 12c ; standards , lie ; Illbcits , lOc ; Ilrazl
nuts , lOc ; pecans , 9c ; peanuts , raw , Co ; roastedi
7c DATES In CO lo 70-Ib. boxes , Go per lb. ; fart
dates , small boxes , lOc per lb.
CIDEU Pure Juice , per bbl. , J5 ; half bbl. , J3.
COCOANUTS Per hunched. J4.
RICE POPCORN-In the ear , on orders' , pei
lb. . 3Sc.
HIDng AND TALl4ow.
HIDES No. 1 green hides , li'/ic ; No. 2 greer
hides , 8c ; No. 1 green sailed hides , c ; No. :
green sailed hides , S'.ic ; No. 1 veal calf , 8 to 1 ;
Ibs. , 13c ; No. 2 veal calf , 8 to 15 Ibs. lOinnUu
No. 1 dry Hint hides. 12014c ; No. 2 diy flint hides
12c ; No. 1 dry bulled hides , lie ; partly curec
hides , He per lb. less than fully cured.
SHEEP PELTS Gryen sailed , encli , 23COc
green sailed Khearllng8"i ( < hort wooled caily skins )
each , 5U15c , dry shearlings ( short wooled earl
skins)1 No. 1 , each , 6W10c ; dry shearlings ( shot
wooled early Hklns ) . No. 2 , each , 5c ; dry flln
Kansas und Nebr. . w butcher " wool pelts , p
pound , actual welgnt , SdjSc ; dry Hint Kansas nni
Nebraska murinln wool pells , per pound , uclua
weight , 4M ( > c ; dry flint Colorado butcher wo <
polls , per pound , actual weight , 4jClic ; dr
Hint Colorado murrain wool pells , per pound
ucluol weight , 4C6c. Have feet cut off , as It I
ureless to pay freight on them.
, V AN' "
MV , Bllurac , MUln , * ,7U , Ulll UUIlUr , lEtll
wax. prime. 17f20c ; rough tnllpw. 2c.
WOOL. UNWASHED Fine heavy , CW7c ; fin
light , 8S9c ; quarter-blood , 10812o ; seedy , burr
nnd chaffy , 8@9c ; celled and broken , coarse , 7cj
9c : cotted and broken , line , CJJSc.
WOOL , WASHEI > Medium , 15 lSc ; fine. 14j
ICe ; lub nnshed. ICfflSc : black , fcc ; bucks. 6c
lag locks , 2fi3c ; dead pulled , 5iUCc.
cr < ifTr Alnrk t.
NEW YORK , July in. COFFEE-Optlon
opened barely steady nt 6R10 polnls decline
ruled Inactive } and nominal , with prices feature
less and the spot market neglected and causin ,
a weak undeilone ; closed dull nt 5Jf23 jxilnt
decline ; sales. 500 Kigs , Including : March , S14.50
December. $14.55 ; January. JH.(0tH.M ; Fehiu
ary , JH.l'.fiH.i : ; Match , $ ! 4.30Itl4 40 ; July , $14.3
( Til4.4i ) ; August , J1MOS1H..VI ; September , $14..V.l
II.CO ; Oclober , J14.65ftl4.75 ; Niivember. $14.50
14.CO ; December. $ l4.UOil4.GO. Spot , Rio , dul
and nominal ; No. 7 , $ I5.2. > ; mild , market quit
and easy ; Cordova. 118.2JU19.0U ; uulos. 700 bag
Murnrnllio nt $19 for good Cuciila. Worehous
deliveries fiom New York Saturday , 6.3J3 b.ign
New Yoik stock today. 2S. ' , U27 bags ; I'nlle
States slock , 274,120 bags ; nllo.it for the Unite
Slates , 129,0110 bags : lolal visible for Hie Unlle
Stales , 50J.120 bugs , agulntl 340.0U ) bags lui
year.
SANTOS , July 15. Innrtlve ; gnod nverag
Santos , nominal ; recelpls , 14,000 bags ; sloe ) .
177 ) bags ; clwued July 13. 4,00 > ) bags. Weekl
report : Inacllve ; gor l uvernge , per Id kilos , nt
reported ; sales during week , .Vi.OO ) bags ; shit
mrnls to the United States , 5,000 bags ; stoci
177.OCX ) bags.
. HAMBl'BO. July 13. Quiet. U pfg lowei
sales. 3,000 bags.
RIO DE JANEIRO. July 15 Nomlnal ; e >
change. 11 7-lCd ; receipts , 7 , < "W bags ; cleared fc
the I'ntled Slates. 2.u > )0 ) bags ; cleared for Europe
none ; stock , 1TC.OJO lags. Weekly report : Non
Inal : exchange stunduid , not quoted ; exchange
11 3-lCd ; receipts duilliK week , 40,00ii Uigs ; shir
nunts to the United Stales , IS.ixM bags ; utocl
17,000 bags.
Hnlttmorn < ! r ln , < lnrkrl > .
BALTIMORE. July 15. FI/1UR Dull ; r
celpls , 10.524 bbls. ; shipments , 5,193 bbls.
WHEAT Dull and lower ; input nnd montl
66 ifGG'ic ; August , CGKJfGG'S.c ; September , 67 i
C7Sic : steamer. No. 2 red , eiSGGlUc : stock , 1S1
3S.S bu. ; sales , 120OoO bu.
CORN Quiet ancl easy ; spot. 49 } ; f30c ; montl
'Ai asked ; August , 49Uc aoketl ; Septptnber , 49 }
nsked ; receipts , 14,584 bu. ; shlpmenls , 4,283 bu
Block. 231,170 bu. ; sales. 13.000 bu.
OATS Easier : No. 2 whit * western. 32S32'.4. .
No. 2 mixed. 30 30Hc ; recelpls , 12,581 bu. ; stoci
93.0O bu ,
HYE Quiet , firm ; No. i , 52c.
Nrvr Y.-rk Dry fiooili Market.
NEW YORK , July 15. There was quite on B
around Inquiry on Ihe part of new buyers , bi
only a moderate business resullcd , though mn
orders were good , particularly for flannels ai
blanket * . Clothing woolens were looked aft
with much Interest , and the placing of orde
for spring made good progrnis. Print cloU
were llrm and declined with a moderate buslne
In odds at full rates.
Wool Murkct.
LONDON , July 15. At the wool auction rale
today 15.107 bales were offered , of which
bales were withdrawn. An excellent a sortmei
of the better grades was put forward. Thei
was a brisk demand at full price * .
Following tut Hid Mice la dtUUl Ntw Boul
V l , .202 balet ; scoured. CMflls < 4 < l
leaiy. IH8M. Queen land , I.01S bnle ; courr l ,
. Vlctoilu , l. (0
ls ; tcoured. 5 id2 < . ureasy. CpllHd. Rmth
uslralln. 293 bales ; irea y. 4fi9 > 46y. Swan
, lver , 4JO balciii couriVl.HHd ; greflsy , 4UW
4 . NBW Zealand. ,2S7 bales ; ( CUUMN ! , CV4dM
id I ereasy , ID'.id. Cape of Oood Hope nnd
< nlnl. 1.5C7 bales ; scoured , 8V4d ls 3d ; grcoey ,
STOCKS ANU BONDS.
peculation In Hccurlllcs Yeitenliir Wat
IlimettleU on Kni'ill
NEW YORK , July 15. The slock speculation
ndny was unsettled on n small volume of busl-
eos , but the main tendency was In Ihe dlrec-
lon of a lower rnnge of values. The trading
vu left nlmott entirely In the hands of the pro-
osslonals , nnd the movement of inlets was
mostly mechanical. In the early dealings the
> ears made a determined drhe against Sugar ,
Tennessee Coal nnd Leather , breaking these ?
locks and causing a general reaction. The
epresslon was of brief duration , except In Chi-
ago Clas , which conllnued lo move downward
mil 11 n. m. , scoring a decline of 1 per cent ,
with a subsequent rally of tt per cenl. On the
emoval of the prersuie from the general list
here wns n recovery In Tennessee Cmil of 24 !
per cent. Sugar and Leather preferred 1V4 Per
enl , Tobacco 1 per cent nnd the oilier thurcs n
rnctlon. Toward noon Tobacco developed
narked weakness In n decline of 2'i per cenl ,
ugnr lost Tt per cent , nnd In the subsequent
enllngs Chicago Ons fell I'd per cenl , Lr ither
ireferred l > i ptr cent nnd Dl'tllllng H per rent.
The railway list was to u gnat extent neglected ,
\n Inquiry pievnlled for coalers ancl New Jersey
Central anil Rending Improved 1 ; nd 1 per
ent , respectively. Private advices reporting
amage to the spring wheat were largely instru
mental In the general tone of depression. Spec
ulation was still unsettled lit the close. Trad-
ng In hinds was light , the sales aggregating
nit $1,304,1X10. The Inactive mortgages were
ealt In more largely than of late und consider-
bio strength was shown In these Issues. Oregon
gen Navigation collateral trust 5s trust receipts
gained 4 per cent.
The Evening Pojt's London cablegram says :
The election excitement checks business. Even
mining shares are comparatively Idle. Bui the
one Is generally Mcudy. Americans were
neglected nnd dull. There was evident selling
rom New York , but this was believed to be
nirtly done lo lifted exchange , and therefore
lid not greatly affect this mnrkel. The Brazll-
nn loan Is $ I > ,000 , < KIO , at & per cent. Tnc Issue
irlcc will probably be k3. It will come out next
'rldny.
The following were the Closing quotnllons ol
he leading Blocks of the New York exchange
od.iy :
cx-dlv.
The total sales of storks today were 204,10'
ihares. Including : Amcrlnui Sugar , $1.600 ; Amer
can Tobacco , 19,30) ) ; Ilurllngton , 13Xi ) ; Chlcag <
Gas , 17OiK ) ; Distillers and Cattlefeedlng. 19.&H )
Heading. 19,900 ; SI. Paul. 13.900 ; Silver certlll
cutes , 21,0 < ; Tennessee Coal nnd Iron , 13,900
[ 'nlled Slates Leather , 4,000 ; United Stntci
Leather preferred , 13,70) ; Wheeling & Lake Erie
3,800.
New Vork Moin-r .Murket.
NEW YORK , July 15.-MONEY ON CALI
asy at 1 per cent ; last loan. 1 per cent ; closed
I per cent.
P1UMI3 MERCANTILE PAPER Klrm. will
iclunl business In bankers' bills nt J4.K ! ) < J4.'Jn. (
for demand nnd $4.S9f4'.W,4. for sKty days
posted rates. J4.89ViJf4.90 and J4.90HO4.91.
COMMERCIAL 1IILUS $4.88cr4.SSU.
SILVER CBIlTIKICATES-C7ciC7Uc.
GOVERNMENT 1IONDS Klrm. State bonds
Ight demand. Railroad bonds , firmer.
Closing quotations on bonds were as follows :
Irlmilic ! lotei. l .
HOSTON , July 15. Clearing * , J13,1G8,557 ; bal
uncea , 11,633,714.
HALTIMOIIE. July 15.-CIearlnB , J2.107.20 :
balances , 131)8.103. )
NEW YORK , July 15.-Clearlngs. C9,733,7W
balances , | 6,4,743.
PHILADELPHIA , July l-CIearlngs , J8.021
403 ; balances , 11,434,330.
ST. LOUIS , July 15. Clearings. $4,434,864 ; ha !
anceg , I4I7.C2I. Money , 5 < | G per cent. Ne' '
York exchange , 25o discount bid.
CHICAGO , July 15. Money at banks plentlfi
at 4ff4H per cent for call loans and W5V4 i > <
cent for commercial paper. Clearings , 114tnl
261. New York excluinte , 35c premium , tilei
llns , ponied rain , t4.SKHaC4.t9H.
Foreign rinnuolul AfTutri.
BERLIN , July 15. Exchange on London ,
day * ' sight , 20 marks 42'-i pfK ,
PAIHS. July 15. Three per cent rentes , 10 !
20o for the account Exchange on London , 21
15a for checks.
LONDON , July 15. Gold Is quoted at Uuem
Ayrea today at 249.EO ; Madrid , 14.50 ; Llsboi
01175
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Libjral Run of OaHlnJfor the riret Day
GOOD , FAT STtERSfARE STILL SCARCE
f
General MnrkotVn * 'QCen Cents I.owor
Only iiKht : I.tmeMot ll'oK Which Sold
at n 5 Cent AilVHIioc , ttio Illglicnt
1'olnt for'Jibine Time.
MONDAY. July 15.
The receipts today consisted of 1,733 cattle ,
70S hogs , 115 sheep and 101 horses , ns against
632 cattle , 1,571 hogs , 214 sheep nnd 3 horses
on Saturday , and LOSS cattle , W2 hogs nnd
123 sheep on Monday of last week.
CATTLE There was a liberal run of cat
tle for the llrst day of the week , there
being peventy-onc fresh ( loads reported In.
There were several bunches of westerns In
the yards and some natives , but good fat
cattle were not In largo supply. The condi
tions were favorable for a decline , there
being liberal receipts and lower prices
quoted from other market points. As n re
sult , the buyers here set out to pound the
market , and while some salesmen thought
they did not have to take off anything Hit
general market was luc lower.
There was nbout the usual supply of cowf
and heifers on sale , there being twenty tc
twenty-i ve loads. The most desirable oi
the offerings sold at about steady prices , bill
the market was generally lower.
btockors ami feeders were In large supply
and several good-sized bunches changed
hands. The market was In pretty good
shape for a Monday , the demand being rea
sonably active. One large bunch brought
J3.20 , and the bulk of tin- sales were nt $3.1 *
(1(3.50. ( ( Representative sales :
HEEF STEERS.
N ! ° - AVA l\r \ ; NoAv - 1 > r- NoAv - l'r-
} . . . . 430 J3 M 1..12JO J3 50 3..13SC J3 73
a' ' ? 50 7..10(12 35D 12..1103 445
' 10'H ' ) 300 4..1115 3 CO IS..1103 443
1..10CO 300 37..10i6 370 43..1074 450
COWS.
2 880 150 1. . . . H70 2 2 > 5..1012 275
2. . . . MS 175 33. . . . ilj ! 24' ' ) 19..872 275
2..1025 183 2. . . . < t.V , 240 L. . . 970 275
1..1(180 ( 20) 1..1010 260 12. . . . SJ7 2m
2. . . . ! > 15 200 6..1uc 260 17..995 300
3. . . . 1020 200 2. . . . ( Ac ) 250 C..10.Vi 300
2. . . . 04) 200 2. . . . K15 2 [ 0 25. . . . MO 303
1. . . . ! ' 10 200 C. . . . 941 250 111..1145 315
1. . . . 810 200 3. . . . VJ3 260 10..1137 320
. . . 81 203 21. . . . O'.l4 2 C3 4..1097 323
3..1033 2 13 1. . . , 8.0 2 75
HEIFERS.
2. . . . 400 200 8. . . . 61)2 ) 210 25. . . . 76" 2 Co
8. . . . 437 203 15. . . . G25 215 1..1070 300
HULLS.
1..1330 200 1..10M 223 1..1030 260
' 2j ! ; 215 1. . . . ! ' 20 225 2..1370 2 GO
! : : : : ! $ IS 3 : : : : ! 18 1-18M 27 °
STAOS-
i..mo273
OXEN.
1..1CCO 300 1..2ia ) 300
CALVES.
2. . . . 330 250 1. . . . ICO 300 1. . . . Iff ) 423
11. . . . 347 2 70 ] . . . . NX ) 3 05 1. . . . 190 4 25
1. . . . 330 300 1. . . . 270 4W 1. . . . 210 450
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
32. . . . 743 270 1. . . . 470 295 8. . . . 820 313
3. . . . 690 275 10. . . . 742 300 7. . . . 612 315
4. . . . 570 280 3. . . . SW 300 149..1005 320
19. . . . CC7 290 22. . . . 57J 300 55..1UM 335
8. . . . 531 290 1. . . . 740 ? 10 23..1039 350
MILKERS AND SPRINGERS.
1 cow nnd calf . . J23 00
1 cow und calf f oo
1 springer 25 ofl
WESTERNS.
NEItHASKA.
J. F. Hraddock.
1C slecrs il&2 J3 65 '
John Itullcy.
44 slecrs 1211 3 90
90Wj Locke.
1 cow 990 260' 17 slecrs 1125'I 55
9 cows. . . . . . . 917 2 75 i
George Shndbolt. .
H cows 105G 2 ; o l ! ) feeders..1220 3 55
19 feeders. . . . 949 3 55
D. .Webster. -
Scows S54 310 10 rteers 965 360
C stceis 1128 3 50 5 steers 1104 3 50
WYOMING.
Frank llenton.
2C cows 839 225" 75 cow a fC3 2 Gel
1 bull 1C10 230' C cows Ml 285
.1 feeder. . . . . . 830 2 3D 8 feeders..1031 3 50
q „ SOUTH DAKOTA.
2 bulls. , , . 1515 2 or. 4 sir , , llg/U20 , 3 00
1 caw.\.1011) ) 285 44 feeders..1699 343
II. tlrooklleld.
6 cows 1048 300 45 Ulcers..1133 375
W. Ilrad'lock.
9 cows 834 290 21 ntecrs..1150 3 GS
8 covvs 953 290
J. H. White.
7 cows 1043 3 W 2 steers 1035 3 80
4 cows 1140 3 00 13 steers 1201 3 80
II. F. Smellier.
1 heifer 1070 323 26 feeders. . . . 1073 363
19 feeders..1132 355 15 steers 1100 373
19 feeders..1036 3 65
HOGS Only eight fresh loads were reported In
thi ; yards today , not enough to make a maikct.
vIth BO few on hale Ihe packers did not attempt
to do muih , only one or two houses buying any
thing. The shippers picked up a load or two
nnd the trade was over. The prices paid were n
strong 5c higher than Saturday. One load
reached J3 , the highest point touched In a long
lime. The most of the miles were at J4.8564.95.
Representative sales :
No. Av. Sli. Pr. .No. Av. Sh. Pr.
C6 200 120 J4 73 12 240 . . . J4 85
5 250 40 473 8 287 . . . 483
8 216 . . . 480 6 251 . . . 485
29 201 120 4 SO 4 330 . . . 483
57 157 . . . 4 85 77 229 280 4 90
tt > 217 160 483 75 259 ICO 4 ! > 0
64 271 1GO 483 . 42 2CI ICO 495
C2 225 120 485 78 ' .226 . . . 600
SKIPS ANP CULLS.
2 170 .40 300 ' 4 147 . . . 350
PIGS.
3 SO . . . 3 00
SIIEEIVThere was one load of commonlsti
grass westerns which sold readily nt a eood llrm
price. Ilepresentnllvo sales :
No. Wt. Pr.
115 Colorado mixed 84 52 25
CIIICAliO LIVE 3TOOU.
la Cattle Hityers Took Advantage of the
Hie Run to F.I re o Decline * .
CHICAGO , July 15.-In cnltlc buyers took nd.
vantage of the blp run today to force a decline.
The few choice natives were In demand at stead )
prices , but other kinds were dull nnd from lOc tc
15c per 100 Ibs lower , wllh prospects that a gexx
many common cattle would be left over. Gooi
catlle , choice enough lo se-JI above 35.50 , nnd the
bulk of the sales of naltvc steers to dressed bec :
firms nnd shippers were nt from JI.25 to J5.50
common lots selling around J4 nnd grass cattle a
from J3.30 to J3.90. Great numbers of cows were
offered , and while the extreme range of prlcei
was from J1.50 to J4.25 , pales were motly at fron
J1.90 to J3.25 , prices ruling from lOc to 15c lower
Hulls Hold at from J1.75 to { 3.60 and veal cnlvei
weru firm nt from J2.25 to J5.50 according to iiual
ity. The etoiker and feeder trade was fair n
from J2.25 to J4. Texas cattle were steady for tin
best anil about lOc lower for others , the offering ;
consisting chiefly of graspers nnd common fee
lots ,
Today only aliout 21,000 lings were received , one
m t more than 2,600 were left over from last week
Chicago packers again bought rather sparingly
but eastern shippers took hold fieely nnd th' '
supply was largely disposed of early In Ihe day
prices ruling slrong to So per 100 Ibs. higher
Sales were made of common to extra heavy hog
at from J4.70 to J5.30 ; mixed lotit from J4.90 ti
J5.20 ; light weights from J4.83 to J5.25 ; pigs fron
J4 to J4.85 , nnd culls frijm J2 to J4.C5. They soli
largely nt from J5.05 to , J" .20.
There was excellent demand for pheep of th
right kind and prices for ouch were strong nnd li
some Instances at nn.advance. Common to extri
choice nocks sold nt trvm J2 to JI.60 , the to ]
pilee higher than on Saturday. There were torn
fancy lambs held nl $6.
RECEIPTS Cattle , ' 17,010 * head ; calves , 50
head ; hogs , 21,000 head ; sheep , 12,000 head.
New Yor.i lyn'Ktock ( , AlirUot.
NEW YORK , July 'U. REEVES Receipts
3.SO ) head ; active , 106 higher ; generally all sold
nntlvo steers. poor t ' prime gross fed and con
fed , J2.23I&4.25 ; Inferior1 to good stiller ? , JI.40J
6.40 ; oxen. J3.23C4.30) ) rfrj ) cows , J2.00fl3.00 : Eu
ropeun cublen quota American steers at 10145
ll',4c , dressed weight ; refrigerator beef , SftiSSVic
no expoits today. ' * '
.SHEEP AND LAMJIB Receipts. 17.000 head
sheep , active , U < ( Uc higher ; lambs , slow an
sllghlly easier , except for lop grades ; sheep , pee
to prime , J2.40ij4.05 ; lambs , common to choice
J3.50if6.25. > 1J'
HOGS Receipts. 8.IW , ihead ; firmer at J5.40cj
5.75. _ . | . . - . o
fit. l.oulH I.Ire ' Slock MitrUet.
ST. LOUIS , July * > :5.-CATTLE Receipts
3.400 head ; shipments , l,50o head ; market
shade lower within the , range ; native beef nn. .
shipping Fleers , Jl.0dli5.40 ; light steers , J3.25 (
4.00 ; stnckem nnd feeders , J2.50fl3.00 ; cows
t2.OOO3.40 ; fed Texas steers , J3.50tQ4.lO ; frai
steers. J3.GO3.50. | :
HOGS Receipts. 2.000 heed ; shipments , 90
head ; market active nnd lOa hlulier ; heavy
J5.10 < 35.25 ; packers. J4.90iI5.15 ; light void clos
lo heavy at J4.95S5.20.
SHEEP Hecelpts , 300 head ; shipments. 10
head ; market nrm for good grades , poor stuf
not wanted ; natives ramie J2.00G3.50 ; Iambi
J3.50 ( < 76.KI ( ; southwestern , J2.00Q3.00.
( Stock In .H
necord of receipt * at the four principal market
for Monday. July 13 , ISM ;
Cattle. Hogs. Bheti
South Omaha . 1.7SJ 700 11
Chicago . , . . " . . . H.OJO 11. OK ) 12.110
Kan as City . . . . . J.'OO 2.2M 4,20
SU Louts . . . 3,4'0 ' Z.OOO 20
ToLtls . . 29.833 23.8M 16
i Cltr Ll ° htnnk.
KANSAS CITY. July 15. CATTLE-necelpli
7.700 head : shlpmenti , 1,000 head : best cow
iteady , other entile weak to lOo lower : Texa
sleers. $3.00B4.1B ! Ttxa cowl , $ J.OO t.95 ; bee
iteen $4.25fi .00 ; native cowl. $1.5063.05 ; slock
era and fced.ra. j.W 4.JO ; bulls. $2.yOa.SO.
HOGS Ilecelpti. Z.200 head : ihliiments , I.OC
bead ; market atrinj too higher ; tullt at ealci
J4.fWC5.00 ; heavies. JI.DOff5.OOi packers. USfiQ
5.05 ; mined , J4.80fU4.0n , lights. J4.70U4.S5 ; Yoik-
trs , JI.I' ( (4.M ; pg | , J4.flotl4.8o.
SHEEP IteciMpts , 4,200 hend ; shipments , none ;
market steady and tlflOc higher.
Liverpool Market * .
LIVERPOOL. Jluy 15.-WHBAT-Spnl quiet , de
mand poor ; No. 2 red winter , Ss 2d ; No. 1 red
sprlnir , 6s tUd ; No. 1 hard Manitoba , ! s 7d ( No.
1 California , 6s l'id. Futures opened rnsy with
near and distant positions 'id lower , closed firm
with near positions unchanged to Ud lower and
distant positions lid lower , business nbout auallj >
dlntllbutcd. July , 6s 2U'l ] August , 5s 2 < id ; Sep.
tember , 6s 3d ; Octolier , f * SHilj Augusl , 5s 2Vid ;
September , 6s 3d ; Oclober , 5s 814d ; November ,
68 'id : Uecember , 6s 44d. !
CORN Market slrady : American mixed new ,
4s 4d. Futures ox'ned | steady and unchanged ,
closed steady with near positions ' .ilfVid lower
3Udi August , 4s 2',4d ; September , 4 2id ; October
4s 3'4d ; November , 4s S"4d ; December , 4s 3d ,
FLOL'R Market dull ; demand poor. 81. Louis
fancy winter , 7s Gd.
PROVISIONS Ilacon , stcndy ; demand steady ;
Cumberland cut , 2S lo 30 Ibs. , 31s ; short ribs ,
IS 11. . . . , Ms M ; long clear , light , 38 lo 15 Ibs. ,
33s ; long clear , heavy , f > 5 llw. , 32s ; short clear
backs , llghl. 18 lb . . 33s ; Hiort clear mlddlfs ,
heavy , 65 llw , , 32s M ; clear bellies , 11 lo 16 Ibs. ,
33s ; Munilders , square. 12 lo 18 His. , 31s : hams ,
short cut , 14 to 16 llm. , 43s M. Hecr , exlrn
Indln mess , 7s I'd ' ; prime men" . Gls 3d. Pork ,
prime mesn , fine vvt'slern , 32s Gd ; tellned , In
palls. 33s.
CHEESE Quiet ; demand moelcrnte ; finest
American while , new , S8s Gd ; llnesl American
colored , new , &s Ol ,
Ul'TTnit Finest fnlled States nnd good ,
nominal.
Oil , Turpentine splrlls. 2Is 9d. Linseed oil ,
21s .1. Petroleum , refined , SUd.
RErillGERATOR REEF Forequarlcig , 3Hd ;
hindquarters , CU'l. '
HOPS At London , Pacific coast , 2.
St. LonU 4 > i > neril Aturkut.
ST. LOl'IS , July 15.-FLOrR-Ilull , wllhoul
muierlal change ; quotations on new Hour ( old
WfSOc higher ) us follows : PnlenlH. J3.55iT3.Gr. ( ;
extin fancy , J3.30tfl3.40 ; fancy , J2.90M3.00 ; cliMce ,
J2.C.VU2.73.
WHEAT Active nnd unskilled ; opened nrm
and advanced IVic within u. few mlnules , bill
noon declined Hie , beriimn unsettled , but did
not recover until Intc , when there wan a sharp
advance ; cash lower ; No. 2 red , G4'4c ' ; July ,
GG'.c bid ; September , GGHc bid ; December , G Hc.
CORN lJull , without much change dining the
early hours , during which wheat fluctuations
were few : closed lower for cash and higher for
futures ; No. 2 mixed , rush , 41'.4c ; July , 41',4o ;
Seplember , 42Hc ; December , SIVjC.
OATS Dull , wllhoul change In price , but
cliolng firm ; spot lower ; No. 2 , cnh. 2lio bid ;
July. 2lc ; Seplember , 23JJc ; May , 2Cc bid.
RYE No. 2. cash. Me bid.
1IRAN Lower ; C3efiG3'4c. east track.
CORN MEAL-J2.ooiii2.05.
FLAX SEED 11.21 for llrst half August.
HAY Timothy , * 12.C < > ( M&.0 < > . this side ; J12.75
613. < H > . east linck ; prulrlc , J6.00fl5.00 , this side.
EGGS Steady at ! > ! 4c.
WHISKY-J1.23.
LEAD Steady ; 21 tons desilverized , J3.12',4-
Sr ELTER Finn nt J3.47i. !
PROVISIONS Pork , standard me s. Jll.37',5. ' ,
Lard , prime sleam , JG.07'4 ; choice. JG.22',4. Ilacon.
boxed shoulders , JG.3714 ; longs , JG.50 ; rlhs. ! G.k7U ;
shorts. J7 , Dry milt meats , Iwxed ( houldem ,
J5.C2H : longs , JC.37'ii ; ribs , J0.60 ; phoits , J6.73.
RECEIPTS Flour. 3.000 bbls. ; whcal , 87.000
bu. : corn , 1.000 bu. ; oats , 33,000 bu.
SHIPMENTS Flour. 7,0iO ( Milx. ; wheat , 6,000
bu. ; corn , 37,00 bu. ; oats , 16OVO bu.
< nt ton Murkeil.
NEW YORK. July 15.-COTTON Rlfndy : mid
dling , 7c ; gross recelpls. 305 bale * ; fc > rwarded ,
237 bales ; mles , 700 bale * ; spinners , 308 bales ;
slock , 197,783 bales ; lotal today , net receipts , M2
bales ; exports , to Great llrltaln , 191 bales ;
stock , ISO.MiO luilex.
NEW ORLEANS. July 15. COTTON Qulel ;
middling. G ic ; low middling , 6 ic ; good ordi
nary , G l-16c ; ncl and grots receipts , 335 bales ;
sale * , 100 bales ; stock , 105,780 bales.
ST. LOl'IS , July 15. COTTON Quiet nnd
steady ; middling , G c ; no sales reporled ; re
ceipts. 92 bales ; shipments , 302 bales ; stock , 18-
700 bales.
Ml Cur .Mnrker.
NEW YORK , July 15. SUGAR Raw , steady ;
fair refining , 2T4c ; centrifugal , 86 test ,
3ic : sales , 712 Ions Muscovado , 89 test ,
nt 2"4c , and 7.C35 bugs centrifugal , W teM ,
at bienkwatcr , at 2 6-lGc. c. nnd f. ; reflnfd ,
qulel ; No. 6 , 4 MGHHUc : No. 7 , 3 15-lG 4'ie , ; No.
8 , 3 15-lCtJMitc ; No. 9. STiSJI 1-lGc ; No. 10. 3 13-lt
HMc ; No. 11 , 3 ll-lGtffSTic ; No. 12. 3 9-lCtff3 ic ; No
13 , 3le ; off A. 4 l-lGffl4Hc ; mold A , 4 ll-lGjNTic ;
standard A , 4 6-lCff4',4c ' : confectioners' A , 4 5-15
( f(4VjO ; cut loaf. 5 1-lCQiV.io ; crushed , 6 l-lGW5Uc ,
powdered , 4H4 15-lCc ; granulated , 4 7-lCi4Hc ( ,
cubes , 4 H-lGtif4c.
Peorln Market * .
PEOR1A , July 13. CORN Market quiet , easier ;
No. 2. 44c ; No. 3 , 44'.ic.
OATS Market dull , easy ; No. 2 white , 2Gg27ci
No. 3 white , 25'.sST25c.
RYE Market dull ; nominal.
WHISKY Market nrm , lower ; finished goods
on the basis of JI.23 for high wines.
RECEIPTS Wheat. 1,200 bu. ; coin , 30.000 bu. ,
oats. 65.000 bu. ; rye , COO bu. ; barley , 700 bu.
SHIPMENTS Whcal , 4,200 bu. ; corn. 11,250 bu. .
oats , 84,550 bu. ; rye , none ; barley , 3,600 bu.
Milwaukee * Sl rKt < t .
MILWAUKEE. July 15. WHEAT Higher ; No ,
2 spiing , C8c ; No. 1 northern , 70',4c ; September ,
CS'ic.
OORN-l'nchnnged : No. 3 , 48c.
„ OATS Easy ; No. 2 vvlllte , ' 27'ic ; No. 3 white ,
nominal.
HARLEY Nominal ; No. 2 , 4Sc ; sample , or
track , nominal.
RYE Lower ; No. 2 , 54c.
VUlblo Mlppiy of Urnln.
NEW YORIC , July 15. The visible supply ol
grain Snlurday , July 13 , as compiled by Ihe New
Yoik Produce exchance. Is na follows : Whom ,
41,258,0)0 ) bu. ; decrease , 2,201,000 bu. : corn , G,8S2,001
bu. ; decrc-ni-e , SCJ.OOO bu. : onto , 5G32t > 00 bu. : de
crease , G34.000 bu. : rye , 132.000 bu. : elccrease , 11,000
bu. ; barley , 61.WO bu. ; deciease , 19,000 bu.
Knil'ii" < : lty .Mnrkctu.
KANSAS CITY. July 15. WHEAT Steady ;
No. 2 hard , GljC4c ; No. 2 red , C4ijG5c ; lejectcd ,
5255c. |
CORN Firm ; No. 2 mixed , 40840ic ; No. 2
'
OATH Firm ; No. 2 mixed , 23'.ii324' ' , c ; No. 2
while , 2Sc.
Allnnenpolls Wliout Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 15. WHEAT-July ,
Duliith Wheat IMiirkct.
nULUTH , July 13. WHEAT Weak ; No , 1
haid , cnth , GSc ; July. C9'ic ; No. 1 northern , cash ,
GS'Jc ; July , GS ic ; September , CGHc ; December ,
Jii'ic ; No. 2 northern , cash , GSljc ; to arrive ,
wheat. No. 1 huid , G'JHc ; No. 1 northern , CbTic.
UiitclniKiii Kounil Murdered.
CLEVELAND , July 15. The dead body ot
Patrick Cooney , who has been employed as
night watchman In the yards of the Cleve-
and & Plttsbure Hall oad company , was found
In the river early this morning. The dead
man's nose had been crushed In , his front
teeth lud been knocked out and the body
bore other evidences of assault. It Is sup
posed that Cooney was murdered and thrown
Into the water last night by a gang of robbers -
bers <
No'eel California ) Pioneer Dead.
FUESNO , Cal. , July IB. Cornelius Yager ,
one of the most noted of California's pioneers ,
died hero last night. lie was born In Ken
tucky In 1811 and was connected with some
of the most prominent families In that state.
When an old man he learned ho was an heir
to property In Germany valued at $50.000,000.
The money was left by some relatives and
now lies In the Dank of Hamburg awaiting
settlement.
I like my wife to use Pozzonl's Complexion
Powder , because It Improves her looks and Is
as fragrant as violets.
Unpritrrdenteil Ualnfiill In Trim.
DENVER , July ID. A special to the Times
from El Paso , Tex. , says : The rainfall the
last few days has been unprecedented In this
part ot the country. . Santa Fe trains arrived
tlirco days late owing to washouts. The
Texas & Pacific tracks for ten miles near Blf
Springs wcro under water yesterday. The
roads are alt straightened out today. There
19 a Hood In the Illo Grande river.
Allrccil lloocllcra tint on Hull.
CHICAGO , July ID. The alleged boodlers ,
Aldermen Martin and Kinkier , furnished ball
today. The chief surety for Martin IE
James O'Leary , proprietor of the Itoby Racs
Track association. O'Leary Is a son of Mrs
Catherine O'Leary , whose lamp and cow
are credited with starting the great Chtcagc
fire. Ilo scheduled $75,000 worth of prop
erty.
SWEET SAVORY SATISFYING
I SWIFT'S ' PREMIUM J
' : Think of the thousands of hams r
r and bacon that KO out from South r
Omaha dally ! Wo select but the
best ones for the brand"S\VIFT'S
TREMIUAI. " Smoked lightly
trimmed nicely extra mild not
salty. No man could make them
better.
For Sale by all First-Class Dealers.
SWIFT AND COMPANY.
SOUTH OMAHA. NEB.
GOJ3OUTH. GO SOUTH
No Drouths , No Hot Winds ,
No Floods No Heated Terms.
No Blizzards , No Cold Snaps ,
No Long Cold Winters , No Crop Failures.
Central
Mississippi
The Most Equable Climate in America.
The great fruit growing and vegetable raisinq district
of the South. A soil that raises anything that grows
and a location from which you reach the markets of the
who'e ' country. Your fruits and garden truck sold os
the ground and placed in Chicago , St. Louis and New
Orleans markets in 12 to 24 hours. In this garden
spot of America ,
20 TO 40 ACRES
properly worked makes you more money and makes it
easier than the best 160 acre farm in the west. Garden
products are a wonderful yield and all bring big prices.
Strawberries , peaches , plums , apricots , grapes , pears ,
figs , early apples , in fact all small fruits , are sure and
profitable crops.
Two and Three Crops Can Be Successfully
Grown the Same Year.
Timber is abundant Lumber is cheap Fuel costs noth
ing Cattle are easily raised and fattened Grazing is
fine all the year.
year.CLIMATE. .
Is heal'hy and delightful ; land and $ ea breezes and cool
nights. The mean temperature is 42 to 66 degrees. The
average rainfall is 56 inches. No extreme of heat oc cold ;
sufficient rain for all crops.
NO PLACE ON EARTH
Offers greater advantages to the intelligent settler. One
half the work you now do here will give four times the
results in this wonderfully productive country. Twenty to
forty acres in this land of plenty is enough to work and
is sure to make you money. Uo the work and the re
sults are secured ; there is no such thing as failure. The
people are friendly , schools , churches , newspapers , are
plenty ; railroad facilities fine and a soil whose richness
is unsurpassed , all invite the enterprising man who
wants to better his own condition and that of his family.
The most carefully selected lands in the best fruit and
garden sections we now offer in tracts of ten to forty
acres , at reasonable prices and terms to those who wish
to avail thenselves of the wonderful resources of the
country now attracting the great tide of immigration.
Full particulars given upon application. Correspon
dence solicited.
GEO. W. AMES ,
General Agent , 1617Farnam-St. , Omaha , Neb
PATRONIZE
Dy purchaslnp goods made at the following
Nebraska factories. If you can not find what
you want communicate with the manufac
turers as to what dealers handle their goods.
H.lUSi , JIUKLAr A.\D TIIM.VK.
BEHIS OMAHA BAG CO.
Manufacturers of all klnda of colton and bur
lap bags , cotton ffour sacks and twine a spec *
. C14-616-G18 . .
laity. - - S. lllh-St.
OMAHA BREWING ASSOCIATION.
Ca. ' load shipments made In our own refrigerator
rater cars. Blue Ribbon , Elite Export , Vienna
Export , and Family Export , delivered to all
parts of city.
COFFIH ! , Hl'lCK.1 , H.lKlXtl 1'UII'JtKlt.
CONSOLIDATED COFFEE CO. ,
Coffee Roasters , Spice Grinders. Manufactur
ers German Baking Powder and German Dry
Hop Yeast , 1414 and 1416 Harney-et. , Omaha , Neb
UAItltlAOES , K'l'C.
DRUHMOND CARRIAGE W.
put rubber tires and ball bearing axles on their
own make vehicles , and sell a top buggy for
$50.00 besides. rile them. Htli and Harney.
fl.lt UK.
S. F. OILMAN.
Manufacturer of Gold Medal Flour.
C. C. Black , Manager. Omaha.
t'ACTUniKti.
OMAHA UPHOLSTERING CO.
Manufacturers of Parlor Furniture , Lounges ,
Dining Tables and Folding Ileds. 2Sth ave. ,
Boyd to Shaler Els.
1CK AXlt COAL.
SOUTH OMAHA ICE AND COALCO.
Domeitlo nnd Steam Coal. We have the btit
Orfllco 1CO1 Farnam-st. Telephone : Olllco 373.
yard , 17C6. J. A. Doe , General Manager.
/ O.V H'OltlCfl.
INDUSTRIAL IRON WORKS.
Manufacturing and Repairing of all klnda ot
machinery , ent'lnts , pumps , elevator * , pilntlnn
preen , hanger * , elm flint and couplings 1406
and 140S Howard-it , , Omaha.
PHOEHIX FOUNDRY CO.
Fire Hydrants , Water and Das Pipesspecials.
Holler Fronts and Fittings. Street ry. cai
wheels. Archllectural Iron works. Olllce,307 3.
18th-st. , Omaha.
PAXTON & YIEHLING IKON WORKS.
Manufacturers ot Architectural Iron Work.
General Foundry , Machine and Illackimlth
Work. Engineers and Contractors foe , Fir *
Proof Duliainus. Oftlce and works : U. P. Ity ,
and 80. 17th street , Omaha.
JIATTJtKSSKS , CUTJ , CltlllH.
L. G DOUP ,
Manufacturer Mattresses , Spring ; Deds ; Jobber
Featlicrs and Pillows. N. llta and Nicholu
Sis. , OmsJu. . . . . . . - , - i
PATRONIZE
Ily purchasing goods mndo nt the following ;
Nebraska factories. If you can not find what
you want communicate with the manufac
turers as to what ( lenient luuidlc their goods.
THE MERCER CHEMICAL COMPANY.
Manufacturers of Fluid Extracts , Elixirs ,
Syrups and Wines , compressed trlluratcs hypo
dermic tablets , pills and scientific medical nov
elties. Omaha.
3llXKlt.il. WATKIt.
'M'IHEHAL WATER"CO !
209 So. Hth St. , Tel. 254. Medessa Mineral
Water Carbonated , unequalled. Plain for tabl *
use unsurpassed.
K1HIIT n'ATUll , J-'lltK KKUVIGK.
'
AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH.
The only perfect protection lo property , Exnm-
Ino It. Ucst thing on earth. ) Reduce * Insur
ance rates. 1301 Uouglas-st.
Ul'l.ltALL I'AISIOHIKS.
KATZ-NEVINS CO.
Manufacturers of Men's and Hoys' Clothing ,
Pants , Shirts nnd Overalls. 1202-212 S. 12th it.
1'AI'UK JK XKH.
THE OMAHA PAPER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of all kinds of Paper lioies.
Eliill Hoxes. Sample Cases , Mailing Tables , etc.
Wedding cake and fancy candy boxes , drugclit
and Jewelry boxes. U'08-10 Jones-it. , Omaha.
K1I111T F
Exclusive custom etilrt Uillors.
1515 Knr.iam- . . Telephone 08.
10 to 20/per month
can be made by our method of operating In
GRAIN AND STOCKS. Prospectus giving full
Informallem of perfect system mailed free. Send
your buslneva only to u financially responsible
house. Ixick us up ,
IIAMl'DRN F. THOMAS S CO. .
Grain , Stock and Uond Urokers ,
3 Cliamrio r of Co m nt.it C1ICAOO
JAMES E. HOYD. J. W. DEAN.
Telephone tO.lu.
BOYD & DEAKf
OMAHA , NEH.
COMMISSION
Grain. Provisions < fc Stocks
Itoom HIM Hoard of Trade.
Direct wires to Chicago and New York.
Correspondents : John A. Warren & Co.
V. V. SMITH ( Tel. 1308) S. M. STANFORD
F. P. SMITH & CO.
OR A.IN and PRO VISI ON9
Room 4. N. Y. Life mUg. , Ottiuun.
IIranch oincea at Fremont and Columbus. All
orders placed on the Chicago UourJ of Trade.
OiircHpondenls : Hchwartt. Dupce & Co. , Cht *
cl o ; Kchrelner , Flack & Co. , BU Louis. liefer
to First National IJanlc. Omaha.
MAIIdlN No mailer what booklet on spec *
TIIAIIIN'Q ulallon you may have read wntl
. .Jr. . . . . . . . . for cms. which Is NEW ana
HXPLAINUI ) cOMPLirri * . It clearly explains )
margin tradlnK and DEFINES ALL MAUKETJ
EXPHEHKIONH. It's frcu and will teach you
something. AllllOaAST & CO. , U Tradem
Uulldlov , Chicago. , -