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    THE OMAHA DAILY liEiE: THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1002.
8
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Sew York Crowd Leads Chicago Corn Bears
Lively Settion.
SWITCH JULY TO SEPTEMBER OPTION
Httht RMrllon Follw Fonr Days of
Bear liprrmarr, hot nolle Are
Forced to FIstM for
Errrr I'olnt.
CinCAOO, Jim 4 Rnlla switched with
surprising rnpldltv In the rorn pit today
anil ret all traders to gucsHlng what th
next bit of manipulation by the New York
crowd would be. Hear changed from
under the action of the bull leaders, and
although a natural reaction might have
been expected after four day of almost
constant declines, yet the action wag re
markably erratic. July corn closed WW
higher. July wheit "i.c up.
Corn, of all the pits. the greatest
attraction of the combination. The feature
of the trading wns the switching; of the
big bull leaders irom mining juiy "v-;'' "
to active support of Heptember. This
crowd, with Its Wall street affiliations. Is
aiippoeed to be long more than twice the
amount of Julv stuff obtainable. It has
been the talk of the floor that July was
to see a rabid bull market and several
times adventurous shorts have been pinched
by this contingent. At the outset today
many of the bears who had been selling
short for the last four days became aware
that they were a little over-confident and
on fairly steady cables, lighter receipts,
bullish government crop reports and a re
stricted Interior movement covered freely,
nutting the prices up somewhat. The bill
crowd let In this movement by supporting
July well for a time. This option started
He htghter to He lower, at liH4c and
In a few moments Jumped boldly to ffi'dc.
When the market had a fairly firm basis
-the bull leaders dumped large quantities
Bnd began taking over September rapidly.
September sold from 54c to fMc before
the crowd realized what was being done.
Then July dipped and fluctuated erratically.
At the tiose the feeling was tense and the
tone strong;. July closed N'Tj'Ac up, at
61fjfil7(iC. and September tyfile up, at
6sS-iiW.tc. Receipts were 195 cars.
Wheat displayed considerable strength,
vo.nr.iiuaa of the stubborn manner In
hi,h the advance was fought by the
bears. The local crowd started the upturn
iiu rnvrrlm of the large number of short
arrounts that resulted from recent bear
ish markets. Tenter the corn bull crowd
nj ilnvninr Interests were good buyers.
rtecelnts were small, clearances large, the
taii Homnnri ernod nnd the seaboard re
nnrteri the einort business better. The
government report of crop conditions was
hniMah tivpr cables were not considered
bearish, because they were not as weak.
aa expected. The local crowd, however,
nut on a bear pressure all day and although
m noturnl rni-t1nn rnme after the Sev
ami ituv decline, it was nnlv after hard
work by the bulls, with the assistance of
the coin pit. July opened a shade to M,(lt
Uk iiii at TlV.i&'71'A. sold to 72c and closed
firm, He up, at 71VET2c. Local receipts
were onlv seven cars, three of contract
trade. Mtnneannlls and Duluth reported
148 cars, making a totnl for the three
points ot 155 cars, against 140 last week
nnd 4X9 a year ago. Primary receipts were
271,000 bushels, compared with 675.WO bush
els last year. Seaboard clearances In
wheat and Hour equaled "jd.OoO bushels
Oats were strong, but the market was
far from active, except In July, which
comrnnnded the bulk of attention. Receipts
were verv small, at ninety-two cars, and
the leading bull who has been buying dally
of late was In the market again. Shorts
covered freely In July, Influenced largely
by the action of corn. The crowd was not
Inoltned to sell shorta and on restricted
offerings1 the price of July Jumped frorrt
3tvc to a strong close, lHc up, at S8M,c.
The government renort atated that oat
vera not progressing aa well as of late.
The weather, however, was good. The
harvest In Texas la over. The Ohio June
rrnn renort makes a condition of .81.
Provisions were dull and listless early,
but late In the day. Influenced by the
grain strength and a continuation of the
recent buying by brokers, strong advances
were made. It Is now generally conceded
by all traders that the packera are sup
porting the pit. Ribs were In excellent
demand. Trade In lard was lightest. Thi
lin situation was bearish on liberal re
taints and caused an early weakness In
tiroduct. Julv nork closed lRc UD. at 117.15
July lard unchanged, at 110.15, and July
rib. 27Uo higher, at 110.15.
Estimated recelpta for tomorrow: Wheat,
S cars; corn, 23a oara; oats, 80 ears; hogs.
M.ooo neai.
The leading future ranged as follows:
Artlcles.1 Open. I Hlh. Low. Ciobs.I Yea'y,
Wheat
July
i Sept.
1 Dee.
. Sept.
Deo.
Oats
6. July
b July
n. Sept.
Sept.
bDec. '
Sent.
Sept.
Rlbs-
I iuly
, Sept.
71,4j
70
tSlfffH
b74iY
WWW
2H
61
67
43
S7i6a4
44
84'
3674
84Si
36
2914
SS!
27H1TN
27H
29H
30
29fl30
JU
I T 20
804'
30
17 20
3014
17 40
17 85
17 45
10 25
10 30
10 IS
10 05
17 20
17 30
10 25
17 tm
11 27H
10 20
10 25
10 so
WJO
10 S2V4
10 22
10 27Vi
10 00
10 26
10 10
9 R7V4
J82V41
9 82
i
I No. 8. a Old. b New.
I Cash duotatluns Were aa follows!
I KLOt'R-Eusy; winter patents. tl.tMf
i.00: winter clears. I3.20fl30: spring six"
cluls. 34.4.40; spring patent, $3.6iX&3.U0
Snrlur straights. 33.0003.30.
WHEAT-No. 3 spring, 71iCi No. 3 red,
('nnN-Nn. J vellow. 21c.
. OATS No. 2. 416Nl.e; No. I white, 44'4
44 H,-: No. 3 white. 43q)MC.
RYE No. I. E8',iftoc.
, BARLEY Fair to choice malting,
sac
SEED-No. 1 flax. ll.M: No. 1 northwest
em. $1.76; prime timothy, J6.0o4j4.35; clover,
contract grade. 3S.S5.
fROVlSIONS Mesa pork, per bbt.. 317.35
17.40. Lard, per 100 lbs.. $IOKUfin0 25.
Short ribs sides (loose), 310 OOfi 10.20. Dry
salted shoulders (boxed). JK Xi)8.50. Short
clear sides (boxed), HO.iOtfi 10.80.
f The following were the receipts and ship
moms yesterday:
I Arncies.
Tluur, bbls...
Wheat, bu...
Vurn, bu......
Outs, bu
Ttye, bu.;
liarley bu.,..
Receipts. Shloments
sn.ono 19.000
34.000 74.000
32.0 9,000
2ti7.O0O 173.000
11. 000
22.000
On the Produce exchange todsv the but
ter market was steady; creamerlea, liQ-i:
dairies, lJVyi'Jc. Cheese, steady at 10j12c.
.xgs, nnn; rrenn, iac.
JklfiW YORK GENERAL MARKET,
Qaotalloas
ot (he Day
o Varloas
Commodities.
"NEW YORK. June 4.-FIiOUR-RecelntB,
'.M bbls.; steadier and a trifle Inactive.
Winter patents, Vi.uO4j4.10; winter straights.
Vi.VuSao, Minnesota patents, $3.('xi4.1o;
winter bakers, $3 15'3.SO. Rye flour firm;
fair to good, $3.8:ii'3.45; choice to fancy,
fJWnS.TO.
CORNMEAL Steady: western, yellow.
11.30; city, $l.2S; Brundywlne, $3.454j3.55.
K Ye No. 2 wee tern, 4 Wc, f. o. b. afloat.
WHEAT Receipts. 34.525 bu. Spot. firm.
No. 3 red. uc. elevator; No. 2 red, 7SVi
i''.4c. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Du
blin, 814c f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 hard Man
itoba, Mm.-, t o. b. afloat. Throughout the
day wheat was firm and a shade higher,
Influenced by scarcjty of off-rings, attempts
to rover short sales, a bullish Ohio state
report, small receipts and export rumors.
Liberal clearances also had an Infljenre.
Ihe market cloned flrra at "Ac net higher.
July, 77'V7 l-lc closed at 7V; Septem
ber. 7f.Vi"i'c closed at 75Tc; December,
luHfllV'ae, elcsi'd af 77Vc:
CORN Remduta, 18.100 bu.; exports. 2.SV)
bu. Spot. firm. No. 3. OVfcc. elevator and
gt'e. f. o. b. afloat Corn opened firm on
an alter receipts, sold off under local real
ising sales, but rallied again with wheat
and rinsed firm at mc net advance. July.
O'H ji4o, closed at 67c; September. 630
4c. .closed at 6Jc; December. ('g'.a7jc.
closed si (i.c
OATS Recelpta, 75.000 bu : exports, 15. ISO
bu. Siot. steady. No. 2, 4-!Vjc; No. 2. 44c;
No. $ white, Wfec-. No. 1 white, one: track,
mixed western, 454j47c: 'rack, white, 4kl
Btc. t unions, quiet, but firmer with other
markets at.d a cash demand.
. )l AY Dull; shipping, tVsjjojc; good to
Choice. 3t4rj
HOPS oulet: state, prime to choice 19oi
crop, 14 c; 1S00 crop, HjgtV; olds, 5dScj
j'acltlc ciuiHt. lliiL'r; olds. W0!c
HIDES tfteady ; Qalveslain. 20 to !i lbs.,
llic; California, tl to Xi lbs , 19c; Texas dry,
to 3" H'B . 13c.
. I.EATHER-hlrm: acid. 24tc.
' PROV18lON4 Beef, firm; family. $15.50
15i: Mcs. $14.00 Cut meats, quiet; pickled
tellies, lint) 14c; pickled shoulders, fitlc;
plikled hams, 11V,'(j12c. !.ard. steady; weet
ru steamed. $IO.tt10 85; refined. Bteadv;
contbieat. 1"M; South America, $11 M;
ri.mtiojnd, $s5itK.75. Pork, firm; family.
X&.Z. ; '.lis 50; short clear, fid 874'u 11.25.
AULITJOl-Recelpts, T.49J pkga.; steady;
state dsirv, I'WV- eresmery stat, yj
22Vic; creamery, lmliatio, li:; fac
tory. I.ttlto.
CHEKSK Receipts, l.23 pkgs.; Irregular;
fancy, large, Vol"c; fancy, small, new,
sta'e. full cream, colored, choice. 1'VnlOc;
white, Hr.
KOU9 Receipts. IS, 414 pkgs.; Irregular;
state and 1'ennsyivanla, LVic; western,
storage packed. 17iil7Hc.
TAI.LOW Hteany; cuy 2 pet pkg), t'ic;
country (pkgs. free), t'Vjtc.
HICK Steady; domestic, lair to extra,
4''(6Hc; Japan, 4ii.M'.
METALS The quoted rates for spot tin
nt New York were lifted to $-t fr.j2,.4i.
lut at London a loss of 10s was noted, for
soot, wlil-h closed at 131 15s, and future"
at i;i2M Ins. Copper was steady, but quiet
and unchanged hero, with standard spot
to Ai gust quoted at fll.taVUll.tiVsi laae,
$12.2VrU2 62'i;. electrolytic and casting. $12.00
(i12 2j. 'Ihe London copir market was
about 2s 6d lower, with spot chasing at ul
and futures nt 4:54 Is ad. l.ead was steady
as last quoted at 4.c. London was about
2s 6d higher at 11 8s 3d. Spelter gained
about here, closing at 4?i?. London
whs unchanged at IH os. The new York
Iron market ruled steady and quiet at
former prices. The foreign markets
were steady. No. 1 fojndry, north
ern, was quoted at $V.i.to" No. 2
foundry, northern at tlt.&Mi-aO.SO; No. 1
fonndrv, southern, at fla.MW.9.30; No. 1
foundry, southern soft, at 18..;'I9.50. The
foreign markets were lower, Glasgow
losing ut 64s 4d and auddieeDorougn at
4D su.
OMAHA
WHOl.t.SALR
MARKETS.
ondltlon of Trade and QsvXallons oi
staple and Fancy l'eodaee.
EOOR Including new No. 2 cases, U'.iej
cases returned, 13c
LIVE POULTRY Chickens, c; old
roosters, according to age. 4"ioc: turkeys.
Mi 11c; ducks and geese, 7c; bnullors, per lb.,
:oc.
WTTER-Paekmg stock, lOic; choice
airy. In tubs. Wqf. separator. 22'32ic.
FRESH LAUIIIT ush - iroul, c;
rapples, 10c; h. rrlng. 6c; picRetvl, c; pike.
11c; perch, 6c; buffnlo, dressed, 7c; suntish,
5c; bluefins, f.c; whlteftsh, 11c; catfish, Uc;
black bass, lsc; halibut, 11c; salmon, lc;
addock. 11c: codfish. IZc; red snapper, 10c;
roe shad, each, 75c; shad roe. per pair, 35c;
pllt shad, per lb., 10c; lonsters, polled, per
lb.. 25c; lobsters, green, per lb., 23c.
PIGEONS IJve, jier doi., &a
VEAI t'hoice, 6(&Sc.
CORN 1 He.
OATS-4HC.
URAN-Per ton. 117.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hav Dealers' association: Choice hay. No.
1 upland. 3S.50; No. 1 medium. H; No. 1
coarse, $7.50. Rye straw, $5.50. These prices
are for hay of good color ana quality. De
mand fair. Receipts light.
VEGETABLES.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown, per dor,
75c.
POTATOES Northern. 80iSS5o: Colorado,
90c; new potatoes, per bu., X41.
GREEN ONIONS rer uoa., according 10
.. f hiinehe. irf7 20C.
ASPARAGUS Home grown, per uoa., .w
f; ,
Ct vl In tr. rir l-ioinouee, nrt uui., wuiju,
LETTl'CK Hothouse, per do., 25c.
PARSLEY Per dox.. 3K-d35c.
RADISHES Per dux.. &J025C.
WAX BEANS Illinois, per box. $1.50; per
U-bu. box, 7bc; per market basket, 7oc;
string beans, per H-bu., 76c; per bu., $1.50.
GKfJr.. friAS rer pll uu, unnnci, luu
RHUBARB Home grown, per lb., 1C.
I' A RHAOE California, new. 3c.
ONIONS New southern in sacks, per lb..
TOM A TO KB r lonua, per o-oaeaei craic,
$3.50; Texas, per 4-basket crate, m.ivai,w.
FRUITS.
STRAWBERRIES Per 24-a.t. case, $3.00
CHJSKKlKH ceniornia, per pox, ti.wo
1.50.
OOOSEBERRIES Per 24-qt. case, 32.00.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
PINEAPPLES Florida. SO to 36 count,
3J.60.
bananas per Duncn, accoraing to
Blze. 32.2f'il2.75.
okanues vaiencias, 4.w; Meaiterran-
ean meets 33.76Cn4.00.
LEMONS Fancy. 33.50S3.75: Choice. 33.25:
MesBlnas, 34.UWa4.60.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HONEY Per 24-sectlon case. t2.75Q-3.00.
CIDER Nehawka. per bbl.. $3.26; New
York, $3.50.
IllMtD V 13a IVk Rai Biallail Bj
NUTS Walnuta. No. 1 soft shell, per lb..
12c; hard shell, per lb.; llvic; No. 2 soft
shell, 10c: No. 2 hard shell, tu; Braills, per
lb.. 14c: filberts, per lb.. 12c: almonds, aoft
hen. lttc: nara sneii. uci pecans, large, per
i3.'io.
id., izc; small, ioa; cocoanuis, per sack.
HIDES No. 1 green, 6
6c: No. 1 salted. 7Mc: Nt
,c; No. 1 green
o. 2 salted, 6o
X .e.A I 1 n lOU
lbs . 8c: No. i
A J. A cx i , 9 HI '7V
veal calf. 12 to 15 lbs., 6c
dry hides,
12c: sheen pelts. 75c: horse hides. 31.bO-Ir2.50.
OLD METALS A. U. Alpem Quotes the
following prices: Iron, country mixed, per
ton. no : 'iron, stove Plate, per ton. 37.60
copper, per lb., 8c; brass, heavy, per lb..
Vfcc; prass, ugni, per id. v.; leaa, per id.,
dc; sine, per id., jc; ruooer, per id., bc.
St.
Loots
Grain ss Provisions.
BT. LOUIS. June 4. WHEAT Higher:
LOUIS,
No. 2 red cash elevator, 76'tc; track. 76-a
77c; July, taMni4j9Vkc : September, cSTfec. No.
t hard. 77V4874c. '
CORN Firm: No. 2 cash. G2B2i4c: track.
63Vrc; July, tioVic; September, 56c; De
cember, 4bc.
OATS Higher: No. S cash. 41c: track.
414(S42c; July, 32c; September. 27&C No.
2 wnlte, 45c.
, RYE Lower, 57VIC.
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents, $3.56
3.70; extra fancy and clear, $3.Z5'3.35; clear,
$3.0063.20.
SEED Timothy, out of season; nominal.
CORNMEAL 8teady at $3.15.
BRAN Weak; Backed, east track, tVAc.
HAY Timothy, higher at $12.0O15.5O;
prairie, easy at $8.00(11.50.
AVHISKY Steady at $1.30.
IRON COTTON TIES Steady at $1.05.
BACIQINO Steady at 6Vd6Ha
HEMP TWINE c.
METALS Lead Firm, $3.5tf 3.97V4. 8peL
ter Strong, $4.o.
POULTRY Chickens, steady; springs,
2Hj26c. Turkeys, c. Ducks. 6Vic. . Qeese,
44 'AC
BUTTER Steady J creamery, lt23c;
dairy. 15(0 19ct
EOGS-rilgher, 14v,o.
PROVISIONS Dry salt meats. firm,
higher; boxed lots, extra shorts and clear
ribs, $10.25; short clear,- $10.37H. Bacon,
firm, higher; boxed lots, extra shorta and
clear ribs, $U.12Vs: short clear, $11.26.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls..
Wheat, bu..
Corn, bu
Oata, bu
4,00
8.000
..32.000
..33.000
..61.000
21.000
44.010
11.000
Kansas City Grala sad Prorlaloaa.
KANSAS CITY. June 4 WHEAT July,
64'c; September, 66a66c; cash, No.
3 nard, iiij704c; cash No. 3 hard, WViC; No.
2 red, 7Ko,lVt; No. 3 red, 70c. No. 2 spring,
70c.
CORN-July, 67i0)57c; September, 51V4
EolSc: cash No. 2 mixed, 60c: No. t white,
ic; No. 3 white. 61c. '
OATS No. 3 white, 45c.
RYE No. 2. 670O&C.
HAY Choice timothy, $1150312.00; choice
prairie, lo.u"a 10.50.
BUTTER Creamery, 20c; fancy dairy,
18c.
EQGS Higher; new. No. 2 whltewood
cases included, 14c dog., loss off; cases re
turned, 13Vjc.
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu
Oals, bu
,.7.2oO
98,000
...fiS.wiO .
...20.0U1
Toledo Grain as)d geed.
TOLEDO, O., June
stronger; cash. 7!c
74c; September, 73Sc.
4 WHEAT-Dull,
June, 7Hc; July,
CORN Dull, firm; cash, 62c; July, 61140;
September. 694c; December, 44c.
OATS Fairly active, nrm; cash, 42c;
Juy, SHVc; September, 29c; new July. $c;
new Heptember, 21c.
SEED Clover, dull, steady, easy. $5.12Vi;
October, 65.17V
Philadelphia Prosset Market.
PHIIA DELPHI A, June 4. BUTTER
Firm, V:jlc higher; extra western cream
ery. 23c; extra nearby pr.nta, tic.
EOOS Sieuay; fresh nearby, 1714c, loss
off; fresh western, lfc loss off; fresh south
western, 17Vac.' loss off.
CHEESE N-w Tork full creams, prime,
small, llVc: New York fair to good, loXf
HVc.
Minneapolis Wheat Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 4.-WHEAT-July.
13-yc; September, aSg68ttc: on track. No.
1 hard. 764c; No. 1 northern, 74VkU74Hc;
No. 3 northern, 72V-
FIa.1'R First tiatenta, S3.TOQt.tO; second
patents. $3-S0y3.S(; flrBt clears, $2.4532o;
second clears. $2.20.
URAN-lu bulk. $14 0061415.
Mllwaakaa Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. June 4-WHFAT
Higher; close. No. 1 northern 7ti7c; No.
3 northern. 7i''q76c; July, 'ilc.
RYE Firm: No. 1. 64c
AKLEY-Steady; No. t, TOc; sample,
IN July. tlc.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, June 4. CORN Easier; No. 3,
0c. '
OAT8-F1rm
No. I whit. 4T,tl'-UVc
billed througn.
WHISK Y Ott Hko baals ( H-M lor flu
lahed aooda. .
KEW YORK STOCKS ASD BO!DS.
Wall Street Operators Fear the
F.ffert of iMhnt Troubles.
NEW YORK, June 4 -The stock market
today was still confined to Its narrow pro
fessional rules and lacked even the few
special features which var-d the mono
tony yesterday. The general tone was
rather heavy. The losses were small and
were caused by very light selling. 1 he
ostensible explanation of the heaviness
was the report received Irrm the anthra
cite regions this morning that some ot the
coal mines were suffering Irom me enui-
Ing down of the pumps. The rioting in
'hicsgo over the teamsters' strike had the
effect of somewhat sharpening apprehen
sion over the subject of labor trounies
generally. The effects of the coal shortage
are In the meantime growing more acme
and the possibility of the sort coal miners
becoming ultimately Involved In the dis
pute Is always kept In mind. This possi
bility mnv have accounted in pnrt ror ine
rather marked heaviness of the United
States Steel stocks. The decision to main
tain the present price of steel rails for
10, and reports of large orders already
received, running into the yenr. did not
irevent the selling of united States steel.
especially of the preferred. The weather
Diireau s report oi tne damage oy irosi
lsst week to corn and the delay to the
planting of the crop and Its backward cul
tivation by reason of unfavorable weather
helped on the undertone of depression. The
extraordinary favorable outlook for the
cotton crop reported py tne same au
thority was the motive for .nine buying
of cotton carrying railroads, and espe
cially Kansas A Texas and St. Louis &
Southwestern. Southern Railway was also
one of the firm .stocks In the market. A
sharp reaction In Canadian rviclflc after
ts recent sustained ailvanv had some
sympathetic effect on the market. Con
tinental Tobacco preferred also lost all of
Its advance, which has accompanied the
activity In the Consolidated Tobacco bonds.
U money was somewhat easier, but held
at 3 per cent or above. K-.et.- exchange
continued to advance. The firmness of ex
change In spite of the higher rate for call
money and the selling by American holders
of British consols to take profits ts attrib
uted to a demand by bankers to cover
against previous sales of exchange bills
made In the course of borrowing abrond.
The market closed semi-stagnant and
heavy. Bonds were rather ifcure active
than stocks and the movement was Irreg
ular. Total sales, par value. $2,720,000.
United States 3a declined U and the 2s.
regular, per cent on the last call.
1 ne commercial Advertisers London
financial cablegram says: There was a
thin attendance for the exch-Mge today
on account of the Derby. Th tone was
dull throughout, closing at the lowest.
Profit-taking continues. Consota sold at
90. American shares were qu:te unsup
ported and sagged from start to finish.
Canadian Pacific, which declined to 141i,
was the only feature. Oold to the amount
of 37,000 has been received from Paris,
20.000 from Turkey nnd 63.000 in bars has
beeii purchased. Copper Bold at 54 the ton
and Rio tlntos at 45V
ine ioiiowing are tne closing prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
AtrhlKin nVs0. Pacific 61
do pfd liVeo. Rllwr 17
Balttmor 0 106V do pfil 4
o P'a 6 Texas A P.rlOc 41'A
Canadian Pacltlo
.1J1 Toledo, St. L. A W. II
Canada 8o
"V, do pfd
. ST
Ches. A Ohio
Chicago A Alton...
4H;Unlon Pacific
....104H
.... 88
.... 26 H
.... 41Vt
.... 12
.... 14
.... 27
.... 4
....100
....221
7S
It
14V,
aa
162
do pfd
do ra ,
Wabaah
Chlcafo, Ind. A L.
do pfd
do pfd
Whael. A L.
E.
Chlcaio A E. III...
do td pfd
Chlcaco A Q. W...
do lat pfd
do td pfd
n
M
4
Wla. Central ....
do pfd
Adama Kx
Chlcaio A N. W
C. H. I. A P...
Chicago Ter. A
4JVI
American Ex-....
I'nIteKl r.tatea El
Wella-Pargo Ex.
Amal. Copper ..
Amar. Car A F..
do pfd
Amar. Lin. Oil .
do pfd
Amar. B. A R..
do pfd
Anac. Mln. Co..
171
....114Vi
Tr.. 10V,
....too
.... 9
do pfd
C. C. C. A St. L..
Colorado Bo
, do lrt pfd
do. Id pfd
Tel. A Hudaon....
Pel. L. A W
Denrer A R. O ...
do pfd
Erla
do lat pfd
do td pfd
Great Nor. pfd....
Hocking Vallar ..,
do pfd
Illinola Central ..,
Iowa ('antral
do pfd
Lata Erla A W...
do pfd
L. A N
Manhattan L ,
Met. St. Hr ,
Met. Central ,
Met. National ....
Minn. A 8L L
Mo. Paclno
M., X. A T
do pfd
14. J. Cantral ....
N. Y. Central ....
Norfolk A W
do pfd
Ontario A W
Pannaylvania
Reading
do lat pfd
do td pfd
St. L. A 8. P
do lat prd..
do td sfd
.. 3a
..104
.... aivt
.. S0
.... 90
.. 70
.... v
.... (04
.... 48V
.... 88V4
....116Vt
41V4
..mv
..na
.. 41
f Drooklrn R. T. .
i'VCalorado Fuel A
t'N Con. Oaa
.... 68
I... 9Vt
..t20V
ellaiCon. Tobacco
pfd
..128
..110
1H1
Oan. Electric
.. 844
.. Mi
,.161',
,. 4rvt
Hocking Coal
Inter. Paper
.. 17-4
.. tO',,
do fn
.. 75
.. 86
fnter. Power ,
Lacleda Gaa
National Blacult ...
.. 474
..lit
..117
National Lead
No. American
Pacific Coaat
Pacific Mall
People's Gaa
Preaaed B. Car ....
.. I2Vi
..12144
..111S
..J4
.. tt
.. 18
..
.. 40
..101U
.. 474
.. M Vi
..HOW
.. ?a
do pfd
Pullman P. Car....
..134
.. ltv
Republic Steel ....
.. 174
.. 73V
.. Ion,
do prd
Sugar
Tenn. Coal A 1....
Union Dag A P....
do pfd
U. 8. Leather
do pfd
U. 8. Rubber
do pfd
U. 8. Steal
do pfd '.
Weatern Union ....
American Locomo..
do pfd
..184
127 1
8
..1MV4
15
81
12
.. tm
..148Vt
.. 84
.. 81
. a
.. 7
.. 89H
.. 81
.. 804
St. U Bouthw
do pfd
Bt. Paul
.. 17
.a 3
K. C. Southern ...
.. 224
.. 04
..iavti
do pfd
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Juno 4.
quiet at 3V, per cent;
paper, 4M4i per cent.
-MONEY On call.
prime mercantile
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with an.
tual business In bankers' bills at $4.87 for
demand and at $4 8844 for sixty days; posted
rates, n.oo ana vi.bs; commercial bills.
$4.84a4.8o. -
8ILVB:R Bar, 52Hc; Mexican dollars, 42c.
uuvr.nnMt.ni mrD Easy; refund
Ing 2s, leglstered, 10NV4; coupon, 108; 3s,
registered and coupon, 107V; new 4s, reg
istered and coupon. 136: old 4s. resrlstered
and coupon, 108 Vi; 6a, registered and cou
pon, IUCh.
ine closing quotation on bonds are aa
roiiows:
U. 8. ref. la, rag....l0IViL. a N. unt. 4a..
...lOIVi
do coupon 10S' Mx. Central 4a...
do la. reg ...IOT41 do lat inc
do coupon loVM!nn. A Bt. L. 4a.
do sew 4a, reg lit M., K. A T. 4a...
do saw 4a, coupon.. 114 I do la
do old 4a. reg 104 N. Y. Central Is.
do old 4a, ooupoo.. I1041 do gen. !4e
do 8a. reg IU6V4 N. J. C. gen. ta..
do coupon 1034 No. Pacific 4a
Alchteon gen. 4s Iu84 do la
, .. 81
... II
...106
...108
... 8JS
...1044
...108
...118
...loft 4k
... 71V,
...1014a,
do adl. 4a
.. n N. at w. cos. 4s.
..102S Reading gan. 4a...
.. 4Vi8t L 4 I M C. k,
..KrlSalSt. L 4 i f. ta.
..lot gt. L. 8. W. la...
..loaval do ta
.. 81V 8. A. A. P. 4a
Baltlmor A O.
do IVta
do conv. 4a...
Canada 80. ta..
Central of Ga.
...100
...U8Vt
...
... HK
... MV(
do la ina
Chaa. at Ohio 4V,a.
Chicago at Ai 8Vta.
C, B. at Q. n. 4a.
... l
... 88
.108V 80. Pacific 4a
ab So. Rallwar ta
....llMVt
....n',
4V.
Taiaa at Fac. It
T , 8t. L. at W.
C. M. St. P. g. 4S.U6V
as.. 88
....lot
(J. N. w. a. TS...118
C. It. I. at P. 4a... .Ill
C C C at 8t L g. 4a. lot
Chicago Tar. 4a 88
Colorado Bo. 4a 96
Panvar at R. 0. 4a.. 104
Union Pad He 4a.
do conv. 4a....
....107,
Wabaah la
....118
do ta
do deb. B
....111
.... 74V
W'eat shore 4a..
115
Erla prior lias 4a... .1004
Wheel, at U E.
Wla. Caatral 4a
Con. Tobacco 4i
4a.. 84Vt
ao ganarai 4a 88
.... 94
48
r. W. at D. C. la. ..1131,,
Horklng Val. 4Vta. . .11044
Close: Money on call, steady at 2H34
per cent, closing bid and asked 2'u3 per
cent; prime mercantile paper, 44 per cent:
sterling exchange, firm, with actual busi
ness In bankers bills st $4.874 or demand
at 84 M'rn 6it ror sixty aays; posted rates
$4 86V4 and $4.8; commercial bills. $4.M(
i.; Dar stiver, ovc; Mexican dollars,
government bonds, firm.
Boston Slock Quotations.
BOSTON. June 4.-Call loans. Z'W per
cent; time loans. 4S6 per cent. Official
closing ot stocks and bonds:
Atrhlaon 4a
Oaa la
Mai. Cantral 4(
10J'4 Allouci a
. Mm Amalgamated t
. ai jUingnam 80
. 54V,(aluinet ft Hecla....t70
N. E. O. C.
Atchlaon
. 78", Centennial lVa
da pfd
. i-opper Mange Con... 88
.10 'Dominion Coal 138
.! Ir-ranklla 11
IU lale Hovel 13
Boat on
Boatos n
N. T.. N.
Albany.
Ma
H at H
Pltrhburg
pfd
.1434k! Mohawk 4!Vi
Pnlon PaclBe
lo44knid Dominion toVi I
Mei. Central
American Bugar .
oaceola 8i
1174k I Parrot 30
1184 Uulncy 180
do ptd
Americas T. at T
.11 j Santa Pa Copper t
romlalon I. at S.
Maea. Klectrtc ...
e4T 7'amarack
...178
.. 41 Trlnltr
.. S, l olled Btataa
..108 ll'tah ,
.. 44 I Victoria
.. l4kwinona
.. B4 Wolverine
..107 1 tailed Copper
.. UVil
... 1I1
..."SOv,
... ll'i
do Bid
I'nlled Prult ....
Iialr Weal
V. 8. Steal
... 4H
... tv.
do pfd
... 88
Weating Commoa
... 85't
Advanlura
.don Stork Market.
LONDON, June 4.-4 p. m.-Cloaing:
Cone., money 8 Norfolk at Weaters.
account...
. .aa a-iab ao pta
tVOntarto at Weaters
88
Anaconda
Ati-hiaon
da pfd
Baltimore Ohio. .
fcjPennfrlvanla
.101
Reading
.lOH'k
,TV
:.S !
. 4JI,
. 8JV,
. 7V
85
,. 14
.184
.14014
,. JeV,
,. 40
So lat pfd
do td pfd
.. 42V,
Canadian PaclOc
.. ja
rkeaapeake A Obis
Chicago O W
C . M. a Bt. P
Denver R. O....
do pfd
Brio
de let pfd
td pfd
llllnela Central
I-oulpYllle Naah.
at . K. at T
do pit
K T. t antral
Southern Hr
.. ..
So ptd
.. 7
Southern Pa'IHe..
t'nton Pacific
do pfd
V. 8. Steel
do pid
Wabaah
do pfd
Bpanlak 4a
Hnd Mlnea
Debeera
..H1II4J
.. 4l.4
.. 81',
.. 4Si
.. -.8i
.. i:4
.. 4JS
IMS,
BAR SILVER Stradv: 24 1-lfid per ounce.
MONEY 2.tj'J4h per cent. The rate of
discount In the open market, for short bills
Is KVyrv, per cent and for three-months'
bills 2h13-l per cent.
ik ( Irariegi.
OMAHA. June 4. Bank clearings
day, $1.34t.5rJ 49; corresponding day
vear. I122B.220.U: Increase. 1: 18.263 M.
to-
last
CHlCAiiO. J una 4. -Clearings. l.tVt.tOl;
balances, Sl.&M.I 22: posted exchange. $4 SS
lor sixty days, I (4.M on demand; New York
exchange, pKiiilK premium.
NEW YORK, June 4. Clearings, $228,515.
206; balances, 432.34?.
BOSTON, Jur e 4. Clearings, $:4.718.728;
balances. $1.817.' 1.
PHILADELPt 11 A. June 4. Clearings,
$21,Mw.f.ii; balnt ,ces, $2.55;,J'i money, 4
per cent.
BALTIMORE, June 4. Clearings. $4.7,
tKW; balances. $71 S.Sol: monev, b per ctnt.
CINCINNATI, June 4. C:carlngs. $4,5P9,.
!i0; money, 4fi4 per cent; New York ex
change, 2c prero luin.
8T. lAMMS J ine 4 Clearings, $9.li.4:
balances, fl.45.19f 0; money, steady, 46 per
cent; New York exchange, 25c premium.
New York: Mining) ttuointlons.
NEW YORK. .June 4-The following are
th
closing prlct a on mining stocks
Ailima
Con . . .
iLIUI Ihltf ...
(intaiio ,
.... 11
7M
....110
....
.... S
.... 11
.... 11
40
....2
Alice
Iirree
bruuawlrk Con ...
I'otDstork Tuunel
Con. ('!. A V..,
lieadwood Terra...
Horn Fllr
Irun BIlTrr
Lcadvllle Coo
at
4.1
lOi'hlr
. I phoenix
. IH PMnal
.13J jHavasa
.101 iMerra Navads
.125 Small Hupec ..
. Vt Standard ,
i I
Forelg it Financial.
IXJNPON, June .1. The domand for money
was brisk today. Discounts were easier.
Owing to the attra ctlon of the Epsom races
the attendance on. the stock exenangi was
small and business was restrlcteu to a
stream of realizatl nns. Americans were ir
reguiar and the declines were mostly frac
tional. Er! 8 and Ontarios were firm
United States steel shares were depressed.
The close was quit -t. Canadian Pacific re
covered. Gold ptremluma are quoted:
Buenos Ayres. 42.3); Madrid, 37.66; Rome,
l-PARIS. June 4 1 p. m. Three per cent
rentes, lolf 9;c fa. the account. Spanish
4s closed at Ml. 47.
BERLIN, June 4 Discount rates, snort
bills, 2 per cent; thme months' bills, ZH per
cent. ....
PARIS. June 4. Tlie onicnai list oi siocks
hesitated at the o icnlng c the bourse
today. Later business boc.-ie animated.
owing to numerous h uylng oruers. Most of
the lorelgn securities rose, especially opan-
lsh 48 and portuaiese, wnne uuoman
bunks were ostentu.tiously purchased on
the announcement o the Impending pro
mulgation of an Imperial lrade to nego
tlale with the count dl of foreign bond
holders regarding a TVirklsh loan. Russian
industrials milled. BO!onov; rising suo
stantlally. Thomson-Houston ere firm.
Metropolitans stronger-. mo iinios were
easier, owing to the unsatisfactory state
of the New York market. Kaffirs were
week, rallied later on and closed harder.
The private rate of dlsoaunt was 1 15-16 pef
cent.
LONDON, June 4. Th a,-int of bullion
taken Into the Bank af Engmnd on bal
ance toilay was 120,000.
BERLIN. June 4. Business was null on
th Bourse today owing to unsatisfactory
London and New York advices.
Condition of th4: Tresasry.
WASHINGTON. June 4. Today's state
ment of the treasury balnnees In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of 'the $150,000,000 gold
reserve In the division of redemption.
shows: Available cash balances, $196,339,
9o9; gold, $,48t,618.
Cotton Mnirket.
NEW YORK. June 4. "-COTTON Market
opened steady and 1 to If points higher on
a small scramble of locaJ. shorts to secure
profits. After a momentary pause. In which
prices settled back a few points, there was
further forward movement, in which the
bears and Investment demand competed
for the winter months. Nevertheless, bus
iness was at no time particularly active
and the trade was, as a Whole, skeptical
of any pronounced rise In prices so long
as the new crop continues, to prosper. A
sudden rise to 9.25c for July In New Orleans
caused a commotion among local snorts
at midday and on a fresh wave of buying
July here worked up to 8.76c, while August
sold at 8.49c. During tha rest of the day
the market was quiet. The close waa quiet
and steady, with prices net unchanged to
13 polnta higher. Total sales were esti
mated at 100,000 bales. Spot closed l-16c
hlKher: middling uplands 9Hc: middling
gulf, Vftc. Sales, none. Futures closed
quiet and steady. June, 8:91c; July, 8.72c;
August, 8.44c: Heptember, 7.86c: October.
7.80c; November, 7.70c; December, 7.6Sc;
January, 7.69c; February, 7.71c; March,
7.75c.
GALVESTON. June 4.-COTTON Nom
inal at 94c
LIVERPOOL. June 4. COTTON Bnot In
fair price, l-32d lower; American middling,
fair, 5 7-ltid; good middling, fl-32d; mid
dling, 5 1-3M: low middling, 4 15-16d; good
ordinary, 415-164; ordinary, 4 16-16d. The
sales of the da were 12.000 balea. of which
6,000 were for speculation and export and
included 10,700 American; recnptB, none;
futures opened and closed quiet and steady;
middling, g. o. C, June 4 65-4) N84 61-64,
buyers; June-Jury, 4 53-64(94 64-64, buyers;
July-August, 4 61-644 62-64d, sellers; Au-
gust-September, 4 44-t4d, buyers; September-October.
4 29-4d. sellers; October-November,
4 21-64d, sellers; November-December,
4 18-64d, buyers; December-January,
4 17-64d. sellers.
NEW ORLEANS. June 4. COTTON
Steady; sales, 1,675 bales; ordinary, VAc;
good ordinary, Sc; low middling, 813-140:
middling. 9V4c; good middling, -16c; mid
dling fair. 101-lOc: receipts. 1.573 bales:
stock, 130.694 bales; futures, steady; June,
9.14c; juiy, v.zmiic; August, s.oz'n 1.0.1c;
September,- 8.01ft!i.O2o; October, 7.6ofa7.6c;
jsovemoer, 7.Mi7.tioc; uecemDer, i.wai.xc:
January, 7.54ii7.6ttc.
ST. louis. June 4. cotton Dun: mid
dling. l-16c; sal -8, 100 bales; receipts, 59f
bales; shipments, none; stock, 24,631 bales.
Wool Market.
BOSTON, June 4. WOOL Quotations
are nrm: strictly fine, 4?iff50c, clesn:
fine and medium, 4446c; ataple, 52c; me
dium, S840c. Texaa woola are firm, but
offerings are light and trade la not active.
Fall, cleaned basis, 43oH5c; twelve months',
4S350c; six to eight months, spring, 46&lo;
fall, 40c. Fine washed fleeces are In small
offering and hold very firm. Pennsylvania
XXX. nominal. 2in;fl)e; xx and above. ?
27c: X. 24(5 25c; Michigan X. 2224c. The
market for delaine wool Is very quiet, owing
to ugnt nnenngs. out prices are nrm. onto
fine delaine, 2S29c! Michigan. 25427c: No.
1 washed comoing, zbVkW.ic; mo. z, -awnc:
coarse, 23&26c. There is aome demand for
Australian wool, though trade Is limited bv
the small supplies available. Prices have
been well sustained on fine wools. The local
market Is very strong at quotations. Comb.
Ing. choice, scoured basU, 7274c: good,
6i)i70c: event ac. 67(H68c.
ST. IOriS, June 4. WOOI-Actlve and
nrm; medium grades ana comDinr. iqpixc;
light, fine. 12ait4xc; heavy, fine, lOiglSc; tub.
wasnea, iDijioc.
Oil nnd Rosin.
SAVANNAH. June 4.-OIL Turpentine,
firm, 46Vjc. Rosin, firm; A, M, C, D. K, $1.25;
F, $1.32V4; O, $1.40; H. $1.65; I. tl 95; K. $2.45;
M, $2 26; N, $3.10; WO. fct.26: WW. t3 56.
NEW YORK, June 4 ML Cottonseed,
quiet. Rosin, steady. Turpentine, steady,
48Vri49c.
IX)NbON, June 4. Calcutta llseed, spot,
M'4c. Linseed, S2s ?3-d. Turpentine spirits,
36s 4V,d.
OIL CITY, Pa.. June 4.-OIL-Credlt bal
ances, $1.20; certificate, no bid; shipments,
93.113 bbls., average 89,960 bbls.
TOLEDO. O.. June 4 OIL North Lima.
8Sc; South Lima and Indiana, 83c.
I,ONIK)N. June 4. OlL-Caleutta linseed.
snot, 64Sd; linseed oil, 32s 33d. Turpen
tine spirits, job 4va.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. June 4-WHEAT-Spot
dull; No. 1 northern spring. 6 Vd; No. i
California. 6s d; futures steady; July, 6s
loo; September. 6s V,d.
corm Moot, stesdy; Air.-cin mixed,
new, 6s SKI ; American mixed, old, 5s td;
futures steady; July, nominal; September,
5s Id; October. 5s td.
PROVISIONS liacon Cumberland cut.
firm. 52s fid: short ribs firm. 53s: lone:, clear
middles, light, firm, 64s; long, clear middles.
heavy, firm, 52s d; short, clear-backs, firm,
53s 6d. Shouldrrs Square, steady, 3a td.
CHEESE American finest, white, new.
Btendy, 51s.
OIL Turpentine spirits, strong. 35s td.
CoBee MarUrt.
NEW YORK. June 4-COFFEE-Market
opened steady, with prices 510 points
lower, and thereafter did not vary more
than 5 Points. Importers continued to offer
coffee or late months' delivery. The msr-
ket closed steady, with prices net 5TilJ
points lower. Total sales were 41, bio bales,
including Jjly at 4.95c: September. i.Pxa
n ine; ocioner, 6 15c: liecemner, s auna 4'c;
JhnJSiy. 6. 45c; March, 6.6orna.6uc; May, t 65c.
Spot Rio, dull; No 7 Invoice, 6 7-lGc. Mild,
steady; cordova, 84jllV,c.
Sngrar Market.
NEW YORK. June 4 -SVOAR-Raw.
firm: fair refinlna-. 2'o: centrifugal. ( teat.
3 7-16c: molasses sugar. 2c: refined, firm;
rruehed. 15c; powdered. 4.5c; granulated.
4tc.
NEW ORLEANS. June 4 81 OAR
Steady: open kettle, JV4'(3 1-I6c; open kettl
centrifugal. 3fc3Vc: centrifugal yellow.
t'c; seconds. 23 S-ltk-; molasses sugar,
dun: centrifugal, teicc
Urr
Goods Market.
NEW TORK. June 4 Conditions In Ihe
local dry goods msrket show f w changra
compared with previous days of Ihe week.
Prices hsv been made for fall prints snd
show a alight reduction, principally for tha
purpose ut inaucing 111 trsue. (.fuisie os
this little cao be noted In th way of de
velopments.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Good
Medium Weight 8teeri in
Demand at Strong Fricei.
Good
HOGS OPENED WEAK, BUT CLOSED HIGHER
Only Three tors of Sheep on Sale ssd
Frellag Waa Weak, So that Gen
eral Market t'oald De Qooled
Weak to Dime Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA. June 4
Receipts were:
Cattle.
Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday
Ottlcial Tuesday
Official Wednesday..
2,6jo
8.8.0
8,761
6..
lte.ii;
13,1(15
2,2.9
Three days this week ,286
35.163
2.,('1
20,248
2o,W6
2)i.616
2
.
3.1.11
9.543
10,5tW
6,M
Same days last week.
6.609
6.413
8.3wi
Same week berore
Same three weeks ago
Same four weeks ago..
Same days last year...
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows tbe receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
tne year 10 aate, with comparisons wun
last year:
1902. 1901. Inc.
Deo.
Cattle 31ti.d42 IKi. iW 2(.8o6
Hogs l,12o,149 1,041. asi 8.,:,
Sheep 86.I.M0 475,311 l(9.4TO
Ihe following table shows the average
price of hogs sold on the South Omana
market the last several days, with com
parisons with former years:
Date. 1902. 1901.1900.!1899.189S.1897.189.
May 13...
May 20...
7 12V4
T 11
7 0 ( 4
6 lOi 3 C5 4 351 3 611 3 12
6 73
- 1 J a a a.
6 03 I 4 26: $ 6j
6 06 3 62 I 3 &2
3 OI
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
21
6 t
3 03
3 03
3 02
23...
24...
26...
26...
27...
28...
29...
30...
7 03V.
6 63
6 61
7 (18
7 05
6 01 3 6o 4 331 -6
041 3 621 3 251 3 45
5 67
6 631 6 04
IMI 17 3 4 3 04
9tVi
4 99
$ 661 4 18 3 391 2 M
B '
5 0I
3 601
4 20 3 34j
3 93
7 01T
7 (AV
7 W4
7 11 W
m
6 63 14 35,
4 031
3 34
2 !2
3 W
2 93
6 ill 4 90 I )
l(36
3 39
$ 401
8 32
6 69 1 4 85 3 67
4 10
31...
6 711 4 83i 3 6
4 14
4 21
June 1..
June I..
June 3..
June 4..
6 701 4 sa 3 50:
I 4 83 3 58
3 86
2 &
1 07V
4 121
7 Jl
7 It
5 70 " I 3 03
4 03
3 36,
2 86
6 72 4 83
4 10
$ 32 2 87
Indicates Sunday.
The ottlcial number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle.Hogs.Sh'p.H'ses.
C., M. ft Bt. P. Ry 3
O. ft St. L. Ry 4
Missouri Pacific Ry 11
Union Pacific system... 21
C. ft N. W. Ry 8
F., K. ft M. V. R. R ... 18
C, Bt. P.. M. ft O. Ry.. 19
B. ft M. R. Ry 63
C, B. ft y. Ry 4
K. C. ft St. J 12
9
3
8 6..
22 .. 1
15
56 3
1
1M
14
13 !!
I
.. ..
1S6 9 "l
C, R. I. ft P., east 7
C, R. I. ft P., west 1
Illinois Central 4
Total receipts
..165
The disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber 01 neaa inaicaiea
Tlnvera
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.
427
647
463
631
2.028
3.263
3.264
3,715
Swift and Company ,
Cudahy Packing Co ,
Armour ft Co ,
Omaha Pack. Co., K. C.
49
476
1,654
Cudahy Pack. Co., K. C
211
149
170
8
1
117
34
1
3
86
4
70
801
126
Q. H. Hammond Co
448
Armour ft Co
R. Recker ft Degan
Vansant ft Co
Carey ft Benton
Locman ft cp
Hill ft Huntxlnger
Huston ft Co
Livingstone ft Scballer..
H. L Dennis & Co
B. F. Hobblck
St. Louis D. B. Co
Wolf ft Murnan
Fowler Pack. Co
418
Other buyers
408
Totals
CATTLE There were
.3,773 13,134 2.17
a few more cattle
on aaJe today than yesterday, but In
eluded In the receipts were 16 cars direct
to packers, ao that the actual number
on sale waa practically the same as on
Tuesday. For the first half ot the week
there la an Increase over the same days
of last week, but as compared with the same
days of last year there la not much
change.
The .steer market was not particularly
active today, but still desirable offerings
changed hands quite freely at good,
steady prices. Medium weight cattle
seemed to be In better demand than the
heavy cattle and In a good many cases
good to cnolce medium weight steers sold
a little stronger. The heavy cattle, how
ever, unless they were something very
facy were a little slow and the feeling If
anything was weak. There was not much
change from yesterday, though, In the
prices paid. A new top wit put on the
market today when a email bunch of
steers sold at 37.46.
The cow market was also Just abou
steady. It was evident, however, that
the prices paid were rather uneven, for
while some salesmen were calling the
market atrong others thought It waa
weak. It Is safe to say, however, that
good to choice dry lot cowa ana nelfers
sold at fully steady prices as compared
with yesterday. W hen It came to the
medium and grassy kinds the market was
uneven, slow and no more than steady.
At this time of the year the tendency
always Is to pound the market on the com
moner grades of cow stuff, 'ind this year
is no exception to the rule.
There was not enough chatige In the
prices paid for bulla, veal calves and stags
to be worthy of mention. Oood stuff was
In active demand, but common grades
were neglected.
Blockers and feeders were In light sup
ply again today, so that anything at all
good met with ready sale at ateady to
strong prlcea. Tub Inferior grades were
slow and hard to sell at any prices, the
same as usual. Representative sales:
BEEF SJTEER8.
No. At. Pi. No. At. Pr.
t tso t It 11 not t 70
1 410 I 00 It U4t t 10
14 797 4 40 11 1190 t 80
11 690 4 7t 14 Hit 80
1 70 I 00 10 1114 4 80
t 841 I 00 It. a. lit! t 80
I 1140 t 40 11 131t t to
11 871 I 60 1 6 1231 t M
4 826 i 70 14 1361 t 80
4 1134 t 76 It 1291 I 86
tl 1041 I 84 12 1368 4 St
it 108 t 80 31 not t 98
44 106S t 80 M 1118 7 00
t 1026 4 00 40 12f8.!00
34 1164 4 00 It Ill: 7 00
10 Hit I 00 14 1123 7 00
t 1310 I 80 It 1417 7 06
1 1060 4 M 120 1336 7 OS
1 880 t 00 It 1177 7 10
I lltt t 00 tt 1368 7 10
101 84 4 IS 19 1327 7 15
t 810 4 80 It 1320 7 It
11 tit 4 80 16 1366 7 IS
It 1248 t SO 84 1311 7 20
t4 1111 4 40 to U74 1 ft
44) 1101 t 80 64 14.15 7 IS
II 1111 t 88 16 1335 7 It
It .'....1171 t tO 41 1389 7 10
It 1200 t 60 66 1881 7 80
It 1171 I 46 It 18"t 7 10
It 1100 4 44 21, 1321 7 tt
16 1241 t 64 12 1497 I 40
14 1104 4 66 t 1741 T 48
tt lint 4 70 t 1374 1 44
cows.
1 780 1 tO 1 970 4 00
J ISO 1 M 3 150 4 00
1 790 I 18 i 1180 4 00
t 80 t It t lilt 4 25
1 640 I 38 3 920 t tt
1 030 t 28 1 1010 4 It
1 800 t 28 1 1040 6 IS
1 610 I SO It 861 4 2S
1 lOf.0 t 80 1 1017 4 tt
1 860 t 80 16 1070 4 IS
1 1014 1 66 17 847 4 40
1085 i IS 1 1030 4 SO
t 926 i 78 ' 18 108 4 80
1 780 I 00 1 1170 4 80
1 1010 t 00 1 1280 4 80
1 860 I 00 4 1391 4 80
1 112 t 0 11 1066 4 84
4 171 t 04 17 kf9 4 80
1 HI 181 t 1116 6 60
1 11M t 10 11 1071 4 60
t .1000 I 10 1 1111 4 16
4 941 I It 4 1010 4 16
1 1044 I tt It 821 4 75
1 140 t ! 14 B4 4 80
1 670 I II t 83 4 80
t 1021 t IS II 1011 4 86
1 784 t tt 1 1180 I 00
1 1070 t li It 928 t 00
7 904 t IS 11 725 I M
1 740 I tt t 860 10
3 646 t IS tS 1047 t It
1 64 I 26 I l?lt t It
4 107 I 50 7 1104 t 2t
t 1011 I 80 1 1064 t IS
4 866 I 84 I mo t 15
1 180 I tO t 1306 t 10
1 1120 I 10 I U"0 I 60
t 686 I 80 t 10 I 10
I tout I 68 11 1161 t 65
1 Ill I 16 1 1114 t 68
I 648 I It 1 1180 I 75
1 190 t 0 I too t It
t 1040 t 00 1 1230 I 90
t 1081 6 90 t 13KS I 00
t low t aa 1 1490 00
BULLS.
1 lOOO I 25 t 1180 4 04
1 ll I tt I lt"0 4
I int I 48 1 1616 4 to
1 980 t 86 1 604 4 84
I 1120 I 64 1 1600 t 2f
1 1106 I 60 1 1M0 t 25
1 1108 I 10 1 104 t 48
1 1404 I It 1 1760 I 45
1 434 t It 1 1IM t 45
1 434 4 64 1 1304 I tt
1484 4 84
COWfc AND HEIFERS.
U IM 4 is st 878 4 34
HEIFERS
1 84 I tt 8 788 4 48
1 844 3 44) $ 744 4 14
It 7n I tt 1 4 78
I Tn.t I 1 ." 4 78
4 Ill M 1 KM 4 7S
1 825 t 41 1 " 8 00
4 I-Jt t 4 I..! "' 00
8 s I 4 t '
4 M I 75 I 05 8 OS
t 8.1 8 75 U "
8 7 I 78 I I".'" 8 J.
1 830 8 T8 I W 8 S
1 81 4 an 1 1010 8 80
1 1030 4 V.
CALVES.
1 .,.... tD 4 OS t K5 4 4
I 170 4 80 1 150 4 40
18 it 4 T8 1 1' t K
1 IN I 00 1 1M 4 80
1 180 t 00 . 1 HO t 80
i 110 4 J5
STOCK COWg AND HEIFERS.
4....
4....
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1
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to.,
11.
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I IN)
821
PTOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
. 4t
. 400
. 480
. 40
. 84H
. oi
bso
. 700
t 78
I 00
I 00
1 00
t 80
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 18
4 25
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4 30
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..1084
4 .18
4 !l
4 80
4 5
4 70
4 70
4 70
8 00
4 80
t.
846
4 tl.
HOGS There was another htavy run of
hogs here today, so that the receipts for
the three ditvs of this week are consid
erably In excess of the same days of Inst
vtek and also of last year. The market
started out a shade lower than yesterday,
but sellers did not cut loose to any extent
and. the same as yestiday, the market
turned up after the first round or so.
Trading became quite nctlve and as the
morning advanced tbe market gained in
strength until on the close It was strong
to bc higher than the opening or a shade
better thn yesterday's close. Th bulk of
the good weight hogs sold from $7.20 to
30 and as high as $7.35 was paid. The
medium weights went mostly from $7.15
to $7.20 and the lighter loads went from
$7.10 down. Everything was out of first
hands In good season and today's advance
carries the msrket to the high point of the
year to date.
No.
At,
fill. Pr.
No. At. 8h. Pr.
6 141 140 1 It
68 HI 40 7 16
11 227 120 7 16
17 241 80 T 16
(0 t3 320 1 it
70 117 40 7 16
68 121 40 7 16
7 188 80 7 16
68 238 80 7 16
,2 828 80 7 16
83 811 40 T 15
73 281 1!0 7 17V,
a 288 10 7 17V,
4 141 160 7 17
6 148 120 1 17'
t 278 80 7 17V,
61 tf. ... 7 17V,
17 122 ... 7 17V,
60 268 1 20 7 17V,
60 m ... 7 20
61 262 80 7 20
tl 2f.2 80 7 20
67 141 ... 7 10
61 241 ... 7 20
70 225 120 7 20
86 232 1 20 7 10
68 236 SO 7 10
66 267 ... 7 10
66...- 278 160 7 SO
38 11 ... 7 20
64 258 40 7 20
68 146 80 7 20
87 160 40 7 10
eg 110 ... 7 tfl
66 t(,4 40 7 20
68 244 80 7 10
68 260 200 7 10
80 Ill 80 7 10
(6 t6 180 7 20
71 221 120 7 10
76 Ill 10 720
41 117 40 7 20
(5 230 84 7 10
70 tit ... 7 10
70 238 80 7 20
71 216 120 7 20
76 221 ... 7 20
72 221 120 7 10
70 2" 40 7 20
72 235 ... 1 10
SO 221 tO 7 20
60 296 ... 7 22V,
71 276 80 7 2!',
60 240 80 7 21V4
89 146 120 7 11V,
61 298 80 7 22V,
65 273 ... 7 324
66 287 ... 7 22V,
7'. 141 ... 7 25
60 4 ... 7 26
66 268 ... 7 IS
67 15t 10 7 IS
48 146 ... 7 28
71 263 1M Iti
6 271 120 7 25
10 Ill ... 7 IS
II 801 ... T 26
tt 467 ... 7 26
66 177 ... 7 25
40 266 80 7 24
72 241 ... 7 26
44 274 104 7-lt
41 275 ... 7 25
61 824 ... 7 16
S3 115 ... 7 25
62 383 ... 7 26
44 808 ... T 28
64 ...2t 80 7 IS
66 217 M T tS
tl 164 ... Tit
49 ISO M 7 IS
80 171 ... 1 15
C7 830 ... 7 It
42 236 160 7 26
63 255 160 7 26
70 268 180 7 25
70 IM ... 7 17V,
16 4S9 ... T 10
67 276 ... 7 tO
46 288 ... 7 30
66 290 ... 7 10
St 386 160 7 If.
18...
182
141
......147
1(1
I7J
Iff
17
180
183
104
108
184
301
tot
184
S02
220
lo7
211
214
207
108
213
tot
104
127
204
.' 211
211
201
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to t no
... 4 80
110.
88..
80..
84..
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81..
62..
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4 t?Vt
7 00
7 00
7 00
7 00
t 06
7 06
7 06
7 06
7 06
7 06
7 05
7 07V,
7 07'
t 10
7 10
7 10
1 10
7 10
7 10
7 10
T 10
7 10
7 10
7 10
t 10
7 10
T 14
7 14
7 10
t 10
7 10
1 10
7 10
7 10
7 10
7 10
7 10
7 12V,
7 11V
7 124
7 12',
7 12V,
7 12',
7 12V,
7 12i
7 ll'i
7 12V8
7 16
7 16
7 16
7 18
7 16
7 16
T 16
7 16
7 16
1 It
7 16
7 It
T 16
7 16
t IS
7 18
7 It
7 16
T 16
7 It
7 It
7 It
7 1
7 tt
7 16
7 It
7 16
7 IS
7 IS
7 16
7 It
7 16
7 It
7 It
7 IS
7 16
7 It
7 16
7 IS
II..
40..
44..
..188
..228
..181
70.
24 200
28
207
74....
88....,
77....
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75....
7....
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74....
87....
42....
47
38....
72....
66....
6J..
68....
..16
..186
..107
..111
..124
..127
..tfit
..127
..128
..248
..140
..231
..185
. .131
..112
..138
70..
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....118
....:ot
....211
....241
....246
....262
....20
..'..114
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....tit
....110
....lit
.-.224
....117
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44
78
41
.133
84 268
42.
268
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....231
,....244
201
1.11
,....240
....244
....233
....148
....101
....234
....218
....117
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....221
63
148
7 IS
SHEEP There were nine cars of sheen
on sale this morning, but six of them were
consigned direct to local packers, so there
were only about, three cars with which to
make a teat of the market. There were
some more of thi same sheep and year
lings on sale that brought 35.85 yesterday,
but today they sold at $5.70. It was
claimed, however, that they were not quite
as good aa the string that arrived yester-
Lday. It was evident, however, from that
aaie uiai ma ict-iiiiK wun veui ana ine
eneral market could perhaps best be de
scribed by calling it weak to a dime lower.
Quotations for clipped stoca: Oood to
choice wethers. $S.75jj6O0; fair to good, $6.50
64.76; good to choice ewes. $5.00&5.25; fair to
good, $4.6oo.00; good to choice lambs, $6.25
64.60; fair to good, $5.6m&.00. Wooled stock
Bella about 25350c above clipped stock.
Choice Colorado wooled lambs, $6.7507.26;
fair to gocd, $6.50.7S. Representative
antes:
No. - A Pr.
29 clipped ewes 101 5 25
471 clipped sheep and yearlings.. 93 6 70
3 cuppea ewes ana yearlings.. 13) t vt
17 clipped lambs 107 6 25
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Ten Cents Higher Hog Prices
Remain Rtea
CHICAGO. June 4. CATTLE Receipts.
11,000 head. Including 1,000 Texans; active, 10
6'15c higher; pood to prime steers, $7.25637.76;
poor to meoium, tom" 1 00; Blockers ana
feeders, I2.uujrjo.zo; cows, tl oc;t.uu; neirers.
2.5j6.60; canners, $1.6ora2.50; culls, K.wa
.55; calves. $2.60(56.60: Texas fed steers.
$4&6 10.
HOUS Receipts, 33,000 nesd; estimated
tomorrow. 32,Ouo head; left or, 1,350 head;
opened ateady to 6c lower. Closed firm;
mixed and butchers, $6.904j7.37v4; good to
choice heavy, t7.Jo4ji.4S; rough heavy, $7.00
r'7.Z5; light, $6.8067.16; bulk of sales, $7.00
35.
BHEEP AND LAMBb Receipt 8, 17.000
head; sheep, steady; lambs, lower for bulk;
good to rnoice wetners, to.ou'ao.zo; fair to
choice mixed, $4.50(iri6.40; western sheep,
$5.25(6.25; native lambs, clipped, 3.25U'7.10;
western lambs, 3o.2uy7.10; spring lambs,
$7.85.
umciai yesieraay:
Receipts. Shipments.
Cattle 3.416 )
Hogs 17.071 924
Sheep 11.607 285
Kansns City Live Sloek Market.
KANSAS CITY, June 4. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,700 natives, 1,950 Texans, 350 calves.
Rest grades active, mostly loc higher,
others steady: choice export and dresea
beef steers, $7.0o"g7.60: fair to good. $5.2.Vij)
6 95; Blockers and feeders, $3.0065.60; wl-ern-fed
steers, $4 506610; Texas and In.lltn
steers, $3.15fc5 25: Texas rows, I3.tXiru4.23: na
tive cows, t-.owti.iio; native neireis, ta.ic
6 4o; canners. $2.0063.00; bulls, $a.006j.26;
calves. $3.01 65.60.
HOdS Receipts, 12.600; msrket 6c lower;
top. $7 42V,; bulk of sales. $7.06i74O; heavy,
17 2ivi7.42V4: mixed packers. $7.10'rj7.40: llnrht.
$6 567.10; yorkers, $7.uo&tl0; pigs, $6.;06
6.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1 4O0;
msrket stesdy to strong; nsilve lambs.
$5.iVfj7.20; western lambs, $.".3t61 70; native
wethers. $5.2oli.00; wextern wethers. $1.(0
fib.; fed ewes, $4,065.56; Texas-clipped
yearlings, $5 IS'. 6 65; 1 exas-cllpped sheen,
$4.256550; Blockers and feeders, $2.5061.26.
II. Joseph live Block Market.
ST. JOSEPH. June 4.-CATTI,E Re
ceipts, 9t; steady: natives, t5.35't735: rows
and heifers. $1.25it6u; vesls. $3.2565 60;
stcrkers snd feeders, $2.5066 40.
HOOS Reeetpts. !.; steady: light snd
light mixed, $i6fj7174: medium and heavy,
$;.lKfr7.37V,; pigs, H.w.lO.
SHEEP AM) LA MRS Receipts. 300;
steady; top spring lambs, $725.
fttex-k tn Mant.
The following table shows (he receipts
of cattle, hogs snd iheep at the Ave prin
cipal markets for June 4:
tsitie. lings, enren.
South Omaha ...
( 'hicsgo '.
Kanaaa Cltv
St. Ixiuls
St. Joseph
Totals .,
3.741
13.fi
2 279
..11.0m)
.. 4.
.. 4.6-0
.. l)0
sa.fion
1.-J
6.0
t,00
17.000
2.400
t.ono
kiO
.24.261 74.365 36.479
t. Lnnla Llto Stork Market.
BT. LOUIS, June 4).-CATTLE-Rtcelpts,
4 "0, Including J.J.W Texans; msrket dull,
steady ; native shipping and export steers,
h ivi ; .30; dressed beet and butcher xt-eis.
t-ViO'jinflO; Blei-r under l,t4 lbs.. $.': 5 "i ";
stoekrr. and iceilrrs, $i.iTj7 4 7:.; row :i"ii
hi llcr. $J Jo .j ." :i ; runners. eJ.t"H.Vti; cti'St,
$.!.in .5"; caivca, $.1 i.ri ;.ryi; Texas tmd In
dutn steers, fed. ll.Vah.oo; grass, $3.3tYtl !.;;
cows and heifer. f!.;Mi 1.25.
HOUS Receipts. Him; market 60 lower;
pigs and light. $6;5i6Pi; packer, tn.!'
: butcher. tT.OO.i ; i..
SHEEP AM) LAM As Receipts. 3.'Xrj
market nctlve, uliout stendv; natlro mu;-.
ton. $ 5i,i,V5'i; lunibs. tS.ntft7.3.V rulla .md
bucks. $a.5t'n 1 (; stucker. $J.ttit I .,. .
'w YrU Hie Stork Vnrlirt.
NEW YORK. June 4-HKEVES-Ur-reipis.
?.(.".(; fair to choice steers, i nn nt
10c higher, medium and common, strmlv
to lower; hull and cow, stendv t. strona;
Steers, $5 1Mi7.40; bull. f.t.R'.Vii.VtVi; cow, t.' .-0
i.V2: exlrn fat. $6. FAii :.: cable, steely:
exports, 3m quarters of bref ; tomorrow, 11
ca t f ip.
CALVES Receipts. tVW; Veals, st-a-lv lo
15c higher; vrnls. $l5""d;.5o; tops. $ite':
city drrssed veal, SVjfillr.
SHEEP AND I.AMR3 Receipts. .':
sheep, slow to shndo l.jwer; yearllnas,
stendy to strong; lambs, firm to h;id
higher; shttp. J:i ikvi 5tm ; yearling. $"i.'"il
".00; Inmh. $7.0o4.75: choice. $0.im.
HOCS Receipts, 4.11!): market neiik; statu
hogs, $i.4"(i7.54;' western, nominal.
Ions. City Live stock Msrket.
SIOl'X CITY, la , June 4. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 30 head:
steady; breve. $H.OiKiii;.s; cow, hjlls end
mixed, $2.50t'S 50; Blockers and feeder. $J.o
64 40; yearling anil calves, $3.5041 4. 4.
MOOS-Receipts, 4'M head; steady to
weak, selling at $.SOi7.15; bulk, $6.Sxii.0o.
Evaporated Apples nnd Dried Fralta.
nr.n lunn, june . ine murKct tor
evsporHieo nppies snows a snsniiy firmer
tone and sn Increase In demand, though o'd
'i lira Rriirmnj I ill-. i-iHH ei.M 1 1 IUI II IU
good. 7fiD4c; prime, il-ValOc; choice, I''if
i"c; isucy, 11c. 1 runt's are in active ex
port demand and prices are firm with an
Advance tendency. Supplies of 70-s0s are
limited and prices a shade higher; apricot,
III ill uiivi iie'vuiH ncii 101 rA'"ii, j'c-tiiurn,
quiet and steady; nulnces. 3,e; aprle.it.
boxes, loi W14c; bngs. lOVjiiiilc; peaches,
peeled, 14'ol6c; unpeeled. sVo loVtc.
MINISTER CONFESSES ARSON
He ts Now In Custody and Will lie
Examined ns to Ilia
"anlly.
8ANTA CRUZ, Cal., June 4. Rev. James
Laurler Rogers, formerly a well l.nown
Baptist minister, who recently embraced
Mohnmmedlsm, has confessed himself
guilty of arson, and la now in custody.
He set fire to several buildings at a
dairy, where he was working, for Ihe
benefit of his health, as he explained. His
motive for the crime, he says, was revenge
on those who had compelled him to do
menial service.
The fire destroyed his library, three
ministerial suits and a gold watch pre
sented to him by his former congregation
at Ocala, Kla. While in charge ot a
church at Jacksonville he taught English
to many Cuban refugees. He will be ex
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Soon every sign and symptom disappears
completely and forever. No "BREAKlNq
OUT" of the disease on the skin or face.
A cure that la guaranteed to be permttnani
for life.
MIBIOnPCI C cured. Method new,
YAnlbUwLLte without cutting, pain;
no detention from work; permanent cure
guaranteed.
WEAK MKIf from Excesses or Victims,
to Nervous Debility or Exhaustion, Wast
Ing Weakness with Early Decay In Young
and Middle Aged, lack of vim, vigor aul
strength, with organs Impaired and weak.
BTRICTl'RB) cured with a new Horat
Treatment. No pain, no detention from
business. Kidney and Bladder Troubles.
Onnanltatlon tre. Treatment 8r MaUlti
CHARGES LOW. 110 8. 14th tt.
Dr. Searlss & Searles. Omaha, Neb.
DR. McGREW (Aga 53)
SPECIALIST.
Diseases and Ulswstaaaa ot Blast Oatly.
g Tears' Eiacl4BC4. 35 Venrs ta
VARICOCELES frjX2Sft
safest and must natural that has yet been
discovered. No palu whatever, no culling
and d4e not Interlace wit works or busi
ness. Treatment at office or at borne and
g permanent cure guaranteed.
Hot Springs Treatment (or SypHilis
And all ttloud Diseases. No "BREAKING
OUT" on the skin or face and all external
signs of the disease disappear at once. A
treatment that 1 more successful and ftur
more satlalaetory than the "old ot
U4itm.ni and at leas than HAL TUB
COoT. A cure that Is guaranteed ta Ue
permanent for life.
OVLK 20,000,y?urio.. ot ViW.
,.u all tluuatural weeUosaaea tnen,
nuicturs, Utaet. Kidney and liiaddar Dis-
f liyaruoals. urod lieruia-ueauy.
. .. . ' . ..u lUtilLI ATION r It a, la.
Treatment by ansj. r. '
Office over 21 . 14th ,ru. "TJJ
a&s twain 1 -
BLOOD POISON
Is the wcrst disease on cartu. yet the
easiest to cure WHEN YOU KNOW
WHAT TO DO. Many have pimples, spots
on the akin, sores in tha mouih, ulcers,
falling hulr. bone pains, catarrh; don't
knew it la RLOOM I'OIeON. bend to DR.
RROWN, 935 Arcn St, Philadelphia, pa.,
for BROWNS BIX)OD CLRH. $:.00 per
bulla; lasts onu month. Sold only by
Hhermsn & M-'Cnnueli Drug Co., 14th and
I "luie di , ... ... . ....
ek I i ...I., furaa
1 louge Bts . uiniiia.
Wen ina few day
Dl U fill 4 UOUOUIB Druj,' tMoro. loU aa
lij niuiu,
Oodgcdi.
DC
j",; I1:,1; M ;' Mra.ahi'iiwii urn pabtiaat
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