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THF OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1902.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
lUoord T rioe.
REACH SEVENTY MARK AND HOLD' IT
at air Cora Teoelie Ham F"lar, kat
Other Cereals Drop 0 la a
Agathetlo Market Provisions
33! ntvw?4.no. Cut meats, steady; pickled bel
lies, 111 irJ12.fin: pickled ihouMrn, $9 m9
3.50; pickled hams, 12 kk?12 .v. Ijird. firm;
western fiMnipd, ll.K: July cloned at
811. urt, nominal; refined, firmer; Bnuth
i n . r l a 1. T . 4. . I America, lu; rompouna, .; continrni,
Jalj ObU MaiM a BpCCtaOUlM Jump t0o,12s. pork, firm; family. 321 iS?1.25; short
Clear, J9.nrr.:i ftith, II'.V""Hff.Hi.
HIDKH Steady ; Uslveston. 20 to 25 lr..,
lc; California. 21 to 28 Ion., 13c; Texss dry,
24 to 30 lbs., 14c.
WCHI uuft: domestic fie-, zr.eise.
TAL.IA)W-Flrm; city (I? per pkg.). cj
ountry (pkgs. free), tVfc'Wa'ie.
KICK -r inn: domestic, lair to extra.
8e: Japanese. 4'JjnVir.
BUTT KR Receipts, 12.891 pkgm.; Irresru
lar; creamery. Imitation, 17tjlc; factory,
UHKKKE-Keceipts. .zzs psgs. ; quiet "J
firm: fsncy. lance, colored ana white, rSCJ
Sc; fancy, small, new, stste, full cream.
colored, wcj wnite, yc.
EOO Receipts, 10,978 pkica. j irregular;
atate and Pennsylvania, 20"Sj2UHc; western,
MOIARSKS Steady. New Orleans.
FOUI..TRY Alive: Weaker: chickens, 14f
15c; turkeys, 11c: fowls, 14c. Dressed:
Klrm; springers, 17c; fowls, 1343 14c; tur
M ETA IJ3 Inherent weaaness cnaracter-
Ised most metal) again today. Offering
were liberal, but the volume of business
transacted waa light. The English price of
tin was reduced a full pound under heavy
pressjre to sell, prices closing at 127 for
spot and 124 IBs for futures. In the local
market the tone ruled weak and price de
clined 25 points, the closing price of spot
being l2ft.0uttr2S.BO. Copper lost ts 6d, clos
ing at 5Z 6e, and rutures at -o! lbs. -me
decline ranged between 2V4 and 10 points.
Htandard. SDot to August, closed at 311.37tt
if It. 60; Lke Superior, 3H.8.V(ni.l0; electro
lytic, sil.7bwu.8!; casting, iii.eodH'u.ro. de
mand wes very dull. In lead there was
a steady tone, but little trade and price
remained unchanged at 34.l2V. The Lon
don price wns lowered Is Sd to 11 6a 9d.
Hnclter locally ruled nrm ana quiei at
$5 37H. London waa unchanged at 11.
English iron pnee seorea lurtner sngnt
advances, Glasgow closing at 6is (Vt and
Mlddlesboro at 55s 4d. The local market
remained unchanged. No. 1 northern foun
dry. J23.00fu26.d0; No. 3 northern foundry
rack. No. 1 hard. 80ie: No. 1 northern.
78V:; No. I northern, 73'sC
wocit Firm: first patents, x.t.4n& i wi;
second patents, 34'ct76; first clears, 33-W
4j J7o; second clears, 12 4V
MHAN-ln DUIK, I14.IKWI M.O.
July 24. There were fancy
In Julv nats and July corn
to relkve the monotony of a grain session
otherwise dull. The former lumped f to
a new record price, 70c. The latter sold at
70c, but did not hold Its strength. The situ
ation In grains waa very unsatisfactory to
the trade at large, owing to the congestion
In all July options. Fluctuation were nar
row In deferred future and aside from the
(air weather, the bearish Influence that
predominated was that of 'unstraddllng'
September-December wheat spreads. Sep
tember wheat closed HSc down, Beptem
ber corn Ml '4C lower and September oat
Iac lower. July oata gained 3c. Provision
closed 2Wi22Hc higher.
The cause of the upturn In oat ws the
binding of short for several tens" and
the reluctance of trader to sell what they
did not have. Receipt were light at 12
car. Fair weather and good crop report
Influenced an early easy feeling, but the
ijump to 70c for July aided prices of de
ferred futures for a time. Traders were
ery much dissatisfied with the situation
of the pit. On all bands went up the wall
of too much manipulation. Trade ha fallen
off greatly In the Inst few weeks. Specula
tor are either fearful of the big fellow
or are apathetic. In oats business will very
illght. Trader pointed to other pits, espec
ially IU nirn. mm irutniRcvi v..h ...r . loiy. irt.wufiw.w, m .ivi.iiri iuuiiu i j ,
crowd of traaers inoicatea me iremii l"; 3."nflni; wo. l souinern lojnary, j.uu
Liverpool Orala mm4 rrovlslaa.
MVKRPOOU July 24-WHEAT-No. 1
northern, snrlna. stead v. tia i'Hil: No. 1
California, quiet, ds BU; future, dull; July,
nominal; September, ts ivi; uecemoer.
CORN Bout, firm: American mixed" 6s:
futures, dull; September, 6s 2d; October,
PROVISIONS Beef, strong; extra Infll
mess, IOiS 6d. 1'nrK, nrm; prime mess wesi-
, 82s d. Hams, short cut, 14 to IS lbs.,
ulet, ". Bacon, firm; Cumberland cut,
a . On IV. . . t . E ' m .1 . Vmr. .11.. ll
An III mr lira., ifuirt, vun vu , piiuii v
to 20 lba., quiet, 66d; long clear middles,
light, 28 to 34 lbs., quiet. &9s; long clear
middles, heavy, 36 to 40 lbs., quiet, 6$s6d;
hort clear backs. If to 2S lbs., quiet.
58.1; clear bellies, 14 to 16 lbs., eteady,
(2s sd. Shoulders, square cut, 11 to 13 lbs.,
quiet 47. Lard, eteady; prime western, In
tierces, ami, us Ba; American rennra, in
palls, dull, 63s.
1 1 1 1 f L U L1 U.noi AmiMan fltiHl hlt
47g eel; American nnest colored. 48 M.
TADLOW Prime city, steady, 28
Australian. In London, dull. 33s.
tLiUUH-Ht. xui rancr winter,
HOPS At London (Pacinc coast).
ia5 lOn. I
PEAS Canadian, steady, 6d. v
Toledo Grata aad Seed.
TOLEDO. Jutr . WHEAT Active.
easy; cash and July, 74c; September, 3c;
CORN Dull: cash and July, sec ueptem-
V. m.. I,AM. SL7Ln
vr-w , iiiv. -' v nil "n , w,f .
OATS Dull, firm; cash ana July, wc; Sep
tember, aic; new ueptemoer, soc.
SEUD Clover, active, steady.
the corner by the Galea crowd. They said
,the spectacle of oats ana corn prices on
Jovel killed trade. The public wa out of
'the market. The man who seems to control
Julv new stuff let the crowd have a little
at 70c but the price closed strong, 3c up,
at that figure. September worried uneasily
between 34 He and 3lc and closed easy,
J,o down, at 84c.
Cor.lnued good weather, heavy receipt
and scattering liquidation depressed wheat.
Trde was only In fair proportion and in
Inla pit as In others complaints were made
of mnnlDulatlon. There still continued a
very light run of contract stuff In the ar
rivals. which tended to restrict short sell
ing. The crowd bought freely for a time
of September, but large Interests unstrad
dled from a September-December spread
and sold September freely to all who
wanted It. Cable were Indifferent, and In
the lack of any. sharp business prices
worked downward. September opened fcc
to HV4c lower at 7H4c to 72i4gi71He. dipped 25c; bullhead, 10c.
to 72e, after touching 72lM,72c and closed I CORN eac.
eaa. umo lower ai 'voizvic. ii - i uaio-jc
ir.'S.Oi ; No. 1 soft southern foundry, 822.00
OMAHA WHOLE A I, B) MARKETS
Coadltlon of Trade and Qnotatlon oat
Staple aad Faoer Frodoeo.
EGGS Candled stock. 18016HC.
LIVK POULTRY Hens, 9l,4c; old roost
ers, according to age, 4'tf4c; turkeys, 83 10c;
ducks and geese, bc; spring chickens, per
Bt ;tos-pacKing stock, waiitc; cnoice
dairy. In tubs, 17c; separator. 20f21e.
FREHH cauuht FISH Trout. ioe: Her
ring, c; pickerel, 8c; pike, 8c; perch, 8c:
buffalo, dressed 7c; aunflsh, 6c; bluettn. 8c;
whltensh, 10c cattish, 13c; black bass, 18c;
halibut, 11c; salmon, 18c; haddock, 11c;
codfish, 12c; red snapper, 10c; lobster.
boned, per id., zic; loosters, green, per id..
, Minn., July 24. WHEAT
Cash, No. 1 hard, 78'4c; No. 1 northern,
73o; No. 1 northern and July, 76c; Sep
tember, line; Decern oer. ravtc-
OATH September, 3iic
PEORIA. July 21 CORN Firm, Inactive;
oath Mrm: nigner: no. s wnno. oec.
WHISKY On the bail of $1.31 tor fin
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS.
ifcelpts were125 csrs, only one of contract
Igrade; Minneapolis and Duluth reported
391 cars, making a total for the three
point of 316 cars, against 877 last week and
64S a year ago. Primary receipt were
1.037.000 bu.. against 990.000 bJ. last year.
Seaboard clearance In wheat and flour
ualed 307.000 bu. ' The seaboard reported
10 loada taken for export.
Corn waa dull and Inanimate most of the
day. The fact that July wa bid up to 70o
bv a few shorts had almost no effect on
other futures. There was no disposition to
ell, yet buying wa not good. The pit
laeema almost deserted since the bottom
idropped out of July. The action today In
July seemed to Indicate that the Gate
deal waa not yet dead. Cables were higher.
Iltecelpts were small at 167 cars, but closing
.price ihowm a Slight aecune in most op
tima. July waa- uncnangea at nvc at tne
close. September sold between 90X4c- and
WlHo and closed easy HU'tto down at SlHc,
provision ban good support, were some
what active and made very good advances.
piog were scarce and brought higher
prices at tne yarns, snorts covered to
some extent, but the principal cause for
the advance lay in tne purchases by pacg
era to hold up the pit. Liquidation by
longs had little effect on the advanoe.
I September pork closed 20c up at 117.65, Sep
Itember lard t2o higher at $10.80 and Sep
temner rins uvjc up at siu.do. v
1 Estimated receipt for tomorrow: Wheat.
3 car; corn, 195 can; oata, 140 car; hogs.
i The lead In ; future ranged a follow!
I Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.j Yea'y.
Old. b New. No. X
Cash quotation were as follow:
FIX)t?R Steady, dull: winter patent.
$3.85(2)3.76; winter stralghta, $3.20fr3.0; win
ter clears, 3.uu(03.fi; spring special, h w;
spring patent. W.SJ.Mi; spring straigbis
WHEAT No. aprtng, T7V78H; No. I
prtng, 70ff77c: No. 3 red, 78c
CORN No. 1 vellow. 87e.
, OATS No. 8, 6lf 2Hc; No. I white, 690o.
' RYE No. 8. 6(M44il4o.
i BARLEY Good feeding, 6870c; fair to
eholce malting. T0fi73c.
I SEEDS No. 1 flax, $1.46; No. 1 north
western, $1.62; prime timothy, 85.75; clover,
I contract grade. 88.3fxfi8.40.
; PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. $17.48
17.60. Lard, per iuo ins., iio.5oario.eo. snort
ribs sides (loose), $10 4Mf 10.56. Dry salted
' shoulders (boxed). $9.379.60. Short clear
ides (boxed), 3U.37H.
WHISKY On the basl of high wines.
The following are the receipt and ship-
Flour, bbl 14,000 7,000
Wheat, bu l.,ouo JM.oo
Corn, bu , 171.000 36.10
Oat, bu 169.0ii0 97,000
nye, du s.uw
Barley, bu 6,000
On the Produce exchange today the but
tsr market was steady; creameries, lldf
r'c; dairies, l&flisc. uneese, steady at
lixflioc. Kggs, steady; fresh, 18c.
HEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
aotatloaa of tbe Day oa Varloae
NEW YORK. July l4.-FLOUR-Recelnt,
18.788 bbl.; exports, 1.3S3 bbl.; market was
easy and quieter; winter patents, S3. 76
4.00; winter straights. 38. Soft'. 80; Minne
sota patents. $3. Iiuhj-I.IU; winter extras, $3.30
433. K; winter low grailea, S2.9iKii3.l5; Min
nesota bakers, 83.154U3.? Rye Hour, quiet;
sales, 6ii0 bbls. ; (air to good, 83.tj4i3.4A;
choice to fancy. S3 KK&3.KS.
CORNMEAL Dull: yellow western, $1.32;
cay, l.au. ttrtnaywine, 0a4(j(W.
RYE Steady ; No. 3 western. WAe, f. o. b.
afloat; state, 63il4c, c. I. f. New York car
, H A RLEY Nominal.
WHEAT-Recetpta. &4.92S bu.; exporta.
1M.K.D du. pot. easy; No, I red, 7Vkc ele
Valor; No. 2 red, 82c f. o. b. afloat: No. 1
: northern. Duluth, tuc f. o. b. afloat. It
waa a bear day In wheat circles, following
big receipts again, a favorable weather
ins p. liquidation, easier French cable and
llfcht speculative support. Few reacttona
, occurred at any time and the market closed
weak at Ho net decline. July. "OMiiU'hc;
closed at 81c: September. 7f4ti77 7-lbc:
closed at 77c; December, 78"tOT T-liiu; closed
CORN Receipt. 1,060 bu ; export. 8.828
bu. Spot, easy; No. 2, 71c elevator and
Tl'fce f. o. b. afloat. Option market was
strong most of the day on light western
receipts, absence of sellers and moderate
covering gave away Anally with wheat,
clcslng unsettled at He decllae; Jjly closed
at 71c; September, wH'U"-c; closed at
We: December closed at 614e.
OATS Receipts, Ix.juO bu. ; export, 815
bu. 8pot, firmer; No. 3. 64c; No. 3,- 8Sc;
No. t white 6tfc; No. 3 wb,lte. ES4jc; track,
mixed western, 84c; track, white western.
4y70c; track, white atate, 64vr70c. Option rrln
market was Irregular and at tiroes firm, es- I 'air
pecially on new July at Chicago. ' under
manipulation, but Anally weakened with
HAY nrm; shipping, tb&TOc; good to
HOPS Uulet : state, prime te choir
JIsjI crop. lv23w.-; 190u. 10c; bids, e-nsc;
state, common to choice, 19ol crop, r.'fti.-;
1aI, lTMltu, olds, Ttiioc; Pacific eoasi, 1901
crop. -(!.; is-u, l.uisc; oias, Ttiuc.
I.EAlliKR-Steady; acid. 44Ac.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family. $16 00
ei6 M: Bieae. I I Ui: beef ham. U2 OOima 00:
latket, $i4.iwaxi.0w; city eaua India mesa.
RRAN Per ton. $16.
HAY Price quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hay Dealers association: Choice nay. No
1 upland, sh; no. i menium, k.du; imo. i
coarse. 87. Rye straw. 8a.60. These price
are for hay of good color ana quality. De
mand fair. Keceipts light.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown, per dog.,
NEW celeki-tiaiamasoo. sue
POTATOES New. per bu.. 36c
GREEN ONIONS Per do., according to
lie or- buncnes, iixojuo.
TURNIPS Per bu., aoo.
BEETS Per basket, 40o.
GREEN CORN Per dos., 10c.
CUCUMBERS Per do., 2Mr30c.
LerrTUC la Per aoen buncnea, zm,
PARSLEY Per do., $0a35c.
RADISHES Per do.. Jua
WAX BEANS Home grown, per market
basket, 30'a36c; string beana, per market
basket, 80ft 36c
CABBAOE canrornia or noma grown,
ONIONS New California, u n:u, per
in., sc. . ...
TOMATOES per tu. basnet, xi.um
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2.16.
PEACHES California, 86c; Texa El
bertaa. per 4-basket crate, $1.00.
PLUMS California, per e-basket crate.
PRUNES-Per oox, i.icxni.a.
peaks California, per dox. xz.za.
APPLES summer varieties, per bbl..
UMJBrirliB. norae-irewn, per z-qu
UAIS TAIAJf & lexaa. per crate. j.w.
RASPBERRIES Red. per 84-pts., SisOQ
BLAlKBEKHiRB rer z-qt. case, z.ou.
WATERMELONS Per 100. S17.0025.00.
PINEAPPLES Florida. 80 to $8 count.
BANANAS Per bunch, according to
UHAMUbH- vaienciaa, ft. rota). uu; ueai-
terranean aweeta. 84.0(Ka4.2b.
LEMONS Kancy, s3.vvu.ou; Messina.
CIDER Nehawka. per bbl.. $3.35: New
HIDES No. 1 green. tte: No. I green
6Hc; No. l saJteo. 7c; xso. 1 Baited. co
No. 1 veal calf, 8 to 12V lba., 8c: No. 3 veal
calf, 1$ to 16 lba., 8c: dry hides. 8312c; sheep
peris, ibe; norse niaes, ii.owai w.
rurLUitw rer id., oc: snenea. so.
NUTS Walnuts Nc. 1 soft shell, per lb.
12c; hard shell, per lb., HWc; No. 3 soft
shell. 10c: No. 2 hard shell, tc; Braxlla, per
lb., 14c; Alberts, per lb., 13c; almonds, soft
shell, lie; herd shell. 16o; pecans, large, per
lb., lie: smalt, ivc; cocoanuta. per acx.
OLD HGTALB-A. B. Alpern quote in
following prices: Iron, country mixed, per
ton, sio.uo; iron, stove piate, per n, si.w
copper, per in.. vc; crass, neavr. per 10.
',c; brass, lignt, per id., bc; leao, per id.
Vie; sine, per lb., 2c; lubber, per lb., 8c
St. Loots Grata aad Provisions.
ST. LOUIS. July 84. WHEAT Firm: Ni
I red caah. elevator, 69c; track, new, 6H0
70c; old, 74; July, twe; September, Kc
December. 7067GVc: No. 3 bard. new. 74c
corn irregular; no. i casn, ero: tracg,
C3c; July, 62Wc; September, 62c; Decem
OATS Steady : No. 1 cash, nominal
itrack, old, 67c; new, 89c; July, 41c; Beptem
ber, ZN(tc; no. i wnite, oia, sue.
K IK nun at JXC
FLOITR Easy; new red winter pat
ents, I3.30tj3.46; extra fancy and straignt,
$3.00itj3.2&; old of both 16c per bbu higher
old ciesr, p.swaa.w.
SEED Timothy, t. 60474.90.
CORNMEAL Dull. $3.15.
BRAN Stesdy; sacked, east track, 82c.
HAY Dull: timothy. 39.bonil5.e0: prairie.
IRON COTTON TIES-Steady. $1.04.
BAGGING Steady. H.a6'4c
HEMP TWINE Steady, 9c. v
PROVISIONS Pork, hicher: lobbing, old.
$17.60; new, $17.95. Lard, higher. $10 474.
Dry salt meats (boxed), strong; extra
shorts, UOKiW: i-lesr ribs, su; short clear.
$11 25. Icon (boxed), strong; extra short.
$11.75; cl'sr ribs, $11874; abort clear $13 m.
METALS Lead: Easy at $1.97Mf4.00.
Spelter: Lower at $5.06.
POULTRY Steao: cnirtten. 10HC,
springs, 14c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 74c; geese.
BUTTER steady; cremery, wwzzc:
LUUS ateaay at ioe, loss on.
A 315,0-0 8:, 1 0.1
73.000 11 1 00
63.0u0 . J3,00
weekly ststement of th Bsnk of Englsnd
shows the following chsnges: Total reserve
Increased 3"2,iO, circulation decressed
A.112.1""). bullion lnrr,nl 190.1 81. other
securities drcreswrf rwinoft. other deposits
decreased 215.(m, publ.c deposits Incrrssed
aiu.i, notes reserve Inresseo t-f.w inu
government securities vere unchsnsed. The
proportion of the Bsk of Englsnd' re
serve to liability la 61. SO per cent. Iost
week It ws 0" 90 per cent. The rat of
discount Is unchanged at 3 per c?nt.
rAniB, juiy zi. business on tne
today opened undecided. Rentes receded.
Numerous offers of Rio tlnto gsve a set
back to the whole list. Prices were weak
and operations were Insctlve until the Isst
I hour, when repurchsses, especially of In
dustrials, were effected. Spanish 4s were
favorably Influenced bv the rise in ex
change. Rio tlntos regained strength.
Kaffirs were weak, owing to the decline in
character but recovered toward the end
of the day. At the close there was an all
round Improvement. Three per cent rentes,
K)f 47c. Exchange on London, 2ff 18c for
checks. Spanish 4s. 81.17. The weekly state.
ment of the Bank of France show the fol
lowing changes: Notes In clrculstlon de
creased 125,225,00Of, treasury accounts cur
rent Incressed 4,976.COOf. gold In hsnd In
cressed 14,725.OO0f, bill discounted dcresed
62,lio.onof and silver In hand Increased
BERLIN. July 24. Exchange on London,
fOm 48pfgs for checks. Discount rate for
short and three months' bills, 1H per cent.
On the bourse todsy business wss dull and
the transactions were small, internationals
were maintained, owing to essy money.
Mines were depressed on realisation.
Tranivaal somewhat recovered.
. Close I
NRW YORK. Julv 24. The violent ad
vance in a few stocks on the stock market
today took on an appearance or irotny
effervescence In the latter stagea of the
dealings, which Is rather characteristic of
the culmination of a bull movement. Sus
picions were aroused as to tne course 01
the wealthy speculators who have been
leading the market. The dribble of spec
ulative liquidation which has been a tea
ture of the market ail day. turned Into a
general and somewhat precipitate selling
movement, ana prices Dross siinrpijr
throughout the list. With the exception
of a few stock which were selected as
sustaining points of tne maraet prices
generally closed lower, the net losses for
the dav running from 1 to 3 points In some
of the more prominent stock.
There wa no new to explain tne e
trxirrilnarv advance of one or two stocks.
nor the selling of the general list. The
movement seemed to be purely tecnnicai
and due to the desire of recent large buy
ers of stocks to realise their profits Such
movements are an Incident 01 an rising
markets and there Is no means of telling
whether the falling bacK ot pncee is a
manlDUlatlve movement, due to a desire on
tne part 01 tne leaaers 10 snuiie
mi unwiatldlv following, or a culmination
of an upward movement. So far .as could
h neroelved from Diibllc Information con
ditions today bearing upon values '.vere en
tirely the same as tnose 01 yesterciay.
The news from the crops was favorable,
railroad earnings reported showed Increase
over lut vear. advices from the Iron ahd
steel trade ahowed no Impairment of the
active demand ana money conunuea easy.
There were numerous points of effective
tronrth In various stocks. Nevertheless
feeling or aistrust overcame iuo mxui,
with ih, rMtilt shove described.
The early strength In the market In the
Grangers and Pacifies became specialised
In bt. Paul ana ttoca jsiana. ino inner
was rushed up 10 points to a record figure
at 200. accompanied by vague rumors of
olnncr relations with the Mexican Central.
which would afford an entrance to the City
f Mxli-o There were also unformed as
sertions of further large absorptions In the
Intereet of the company, and Incidental
valuable rights to stocsnoiaers. nqne 01
these received any formal sanction from
The movement in Bt. raui wa equauy
mysterious. There were shadowy report
of arrancement to benefit St. Paul by re
adjustment or relation among western
r.flrnmln. Nothlnc could be learned from
any authoritative source of any pending
developments, out tne price was awopi up
ward on a flood of buying order. Some-
ihlm waa heard also of a project of
m in thorn securities noiamg company, wnicn
was held to explain tne strengtn or tna
Louisville 4 Nashville. Only slight re
coveries were scored from the late down
ward plunge of prices and the closing waa
The convertible bond Issues gave way In
sympathy with stocks and tne mar net pe
rAiriK oav. Total salea. oar value. 34.846.000.
United Htatea new 4e. registered, and the
old 4s, coupon, declined V, and old 4a, regis
tered, H per cent on the last caiL
The following are tne closing price on
The New York BtocK exenange:
Atchlsoa St. Fsul lt
do pf4 101V 4s pfd 1MH
Bltlmors Ohio. ...110 So. Pacino '4
do ,t4 M Bo. Hallway
Cana4laa Paclfto 1M do pli T
Colorado 80 SI .Texas PaclOo 4
Chaa. 4a Obis 84 Tolado, 8t. L. W. tl
Kew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. July 24. MONEY On call.
steady at 23 per cent; closing offered at
JH per cent; prime mercantile paper, 4HH5
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.87
for demand and at S4.86H for sixty days;
Costed rates, $4.86 and $4.8SVi; commercial
SILVER Bar, 63c; Mexican dollar. 41V4C
BONDS Government, weak; state, firm;
The closing quotations on oonas ars a
..107iL. A N. sal. 4s Il
..lOTValet. Central 4a II
..1C do la Ino It'4
,.W4 Minn. St. U 4e...lOM4
..131 M., K. T. 4a rtik
..U3SI 40 a M-
..loa In. Y. Central la I01
..10811 do (an. IVta...,
..10JVN. J- C- - 6
..101, No. PaelBo 4a...
..104 de la
.. r, n. a w. con. 4i
..103ft Reading gen. 4a.
.. Kk It L A I X . ii
..n st. u r.
..1 St. L. 8. W. Is.
..lo do la
.. MS 8. A. at A. P. 4l
..104V 80. Parine 4a....
1 80. Rallvar la..
C, R. a Q. n. 4a.... H Tim Pacinc la.. .1111
C, M. Ac 8. P. (. 4a.. 114 IT., Bt. L. W. 4s.. U
C. A N. W. e. 7s....l3 iVnloa PaclOo 4a lM'-i
C . R. I. 4fc P. 4a. .. .Ill do conv. 4a lnt
COC. St. U g. 4I..10I Wabaah la Ill
Chlcaso Tor. 4a IIP do la Ill
Colorado So. 4a H 4a 40. B T44i
Denror R. o. 4s.. 101 wrat Bhors 4s Ill-Ik
Erla prior lien 4s.... IIT4 Wheal. At L. B). 4s... t4Vi
do seneral 4a sS4 wia. tontrai as 11
P. W. Ac D. C. la.. .111 Con. Tobseos 4a 1
London toast starVet.
LONDON, July $4.-4 p. m. Closing:
V. 8. ref. 2a, reg.
do la, ret
do new 4a. rag.,
do old 4a, rag...
4o coupon .......
do la. rf
Atrhlann (n. 4a..
do acll. aa
Dal. A Ohio 4a....
do eonr. 4a
Canada. Bo. 2a
Central of Oa. la.
do la Inc
Chea. a O. 4Ua...
Chlcaso Ac A. ma.
Baltimore A Ohio..
Chcaapaako Ac Oblo.
Chlcaao O. W
C, M. A St. P
do 1st pta
do id pia
er A R. Q...... 4fiV
. 5 Hi Norfolk A Westers. .. X
. S' do p(d NV.
. Ht Ontario A Woatsra... I4
. 144, P.nn.rlTanla I1S4
.l' Reading IS
.lis do 1st pfd 44
.1414a do 14 pt4 IT
14 Southern Ry 40
. 11 do pfd Mtt
.WA Southern Pacific TO
Union Pacinc ill
do ptd 4Va
I U. a. Steel 40
n do pia mi
1T1 do pfd
LoulSTille A Naab...H5VSpanlah 4a I0T4
at., K. A T ll Rn4 Minos 11 vi
do pfd.... U DtBosrs tdaf.) Uvi
It. Y. Central........ 141 I
BAR SILVER Steady; 24 7-lSd per ounce.
MONE )C tiiPA Der cent. The rate of dis
count in the open market for short bills Is
2Ha2 7-18 per cent and for three month'
bills 2 7-10S2H per cent
New York Mining axnotatlona.
NEW YORK. July 24, The following are
the closing prices on mining stocks:
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Very Light Becsipta of Gattlt and Fiioaa
Baled a Littlt ntrongsr.
HOGS ALSO ADVANCED A LITTLE
Praetleally No Fat Sheep or I.nmbe
1 Sale, bnt uu Compared with a
Week Agto Market All Aroaad
la Considerably Higher.
SOUTH OMAHA, July $4.
Official Wednesday ..
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
,.. 2.292 8.413 8,188
... 4,173 1U.6.U
... 1 $Vl) 4,M
.. 1,438 b,13
Four davs this wrek. 10 4f,.t M 721
Same days last week. .,13.221 23.187
Same week before 8.661 21.821
Same three week ago.. 7,260 li.DW
name four week ago.. 7.278 3.b8
Same day last year.... 8.838 87,834
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table showa the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, with comparisons
with last year:
180J. 1901. Ino. ree.
Cattle 407.698 8o3,& 24,110
Hogs 1.474.DU8 1.XSS.II34 K8.97&
Sheep 4,475 872,628 71., 063
The following table show the tverag
price of hogs sold on the South Omaha
market the last several days, with com
parison with former year:
.1010 t 80
2 78 1 cow.,.,
M. Lee. Neb.
I Jf 48 steers.
Ill 8 bulls..
1 cow KM) 8 i
r.. V. Shlelils Colo.
I2 8 3 2 steers.. ..1018
('. C. French Colo.
2 feeders.. 840 4 35 1 heifer.... 870
7 feeders.. 11"4 4 25 Scows Kk)
I bull 1430 i in 8 cows 968
1 cow no 8
HOUR There waa rather a light run of
hogs here today and as the demand was
In good shape prices recovered to some
extint. The market opened a little slow,
but with prices sbout a nickel higher. As
the morning advanced, however, the feel
ing Improved and the general market soon
become about a dime higher than yester
day. At an advance of a dime the hogs
changed hands rapidly and everything was
disponed of In good sesson. The bulk of
the good hogs sold from 17.40 to 87.43 and
frim that up to 17. W. The parking hoge
sold largely from 17.40 down.
Late In the morning a train srrlved with
several carsof hogs, but they did not sell
quite so well, so thst the market could
be called closing about a nickel higher
Date. j 1902. 11901. 1800.il89.lS98.1897.18S.
6 83 14 82
8 721 2 81! 2 181
8 81 8 18
6 74 6 01 2 781 II
00 j a j 00 I eo 1 o
6 72 I 08 2 7i I 8f
6 161 I 83;
8 11 I 81
H3 2 90j
t t4! 8 Sol
I 021 4 Oil 2 73
8 M 4 ll 8 62
8 0 4 001
2 t S 2S 2 7
No. At. Sh. Pr. No. A. Sh. Pr.
1U6 10 l?t T Mi SI ill 40 7 40
II 1H4 140 T 10 M 17 ... 7 40
1 11)0 Ml 7 IS Tl .131 IN T 40
76 201 HO 7 U 10 Ml M 7 4p
II IK 140 7 IS 16 124 ... 7 40
71 tol lao 1 IS lot 11 ... 7 40
74 110 m 7 II 131 NO 7 4t't
11 100 lto 7 IS II 11 M 7 tt
Tl tol 120 T 11 ll 1M X
t JOO 140 7 15 61 2 ... 1 41
TS Ill IN 7 K t m 80 7 4,
74 100 ... 7 IS 70 Ill ... 7 42V,
1KI 140 7 17 Vi IS 144 ... 7 4S
211 lttt 7 17V, 14 0 t 48
1 1S4 40 7 11V, 14 241 10 7 4S
Tl Ill ... 7 40 47 141 ... 7 41
II lit 40 1 40 II 14S 4 7 4S
II 12) 10 7 40 at 1 1 4
70 227 10 7 40 71 MS M 7 IS
IS I ll 110 7 40 II 241 l0 7 4(1
44 121 10 7 40 II 144 120 7 4S
0 ill 40 7 40 4n (41 M 7 4S
47 1S1 ... 7 40 14 Ill 1M 7 4S
IS 217 120 7 40 M 2M SO 7 45
40 214 10 7 40 II 144 ... T 41
Tl 240 40 7 40 II 2T 10 7 So
II 131 10 7 4 M IM 110 I 46
64 127 ... 7 40 14 1 7 47V,
74 220 40 7 40 71 1.U ... 7 47 V,
II i.232 1C0 t 40 II US K 7 60
II 236 120 7 40 M IC7 10 7 10
11 221 10 7 40 II 21 40 7 60
67 2S 40 7 40 M Ill 10 7 60
10 nil ... 7 40 10 Ill 140 7 61V4j
60 2S1 400 7 40 4S 26 40 7 61V,
0 141 tp 7 40 M 110 ... 7
2 38 2 97
8 79i 8 27 2 68
f 25 2 H
I 861 2 82
Indicates Sunday. Hollday.
The official number of cars
brought In today by each road was:
ttle. Hog. Sh'p. H'se.
C. M. St. P. Ry..
O. St. L. Ry 1
Missouri Pacific Ry.. 2
Union Pacific system 6 14
C. N. W. Ry 4
F.. K. M. V. Ry... 23 17
C. St. P., M. ft O. Ry 1 12
B. M. R. Ry 18 10
C, B. 4fc Q. Ry
K. C. at St. J. Ry.... 2 1
C, R. I. & P., eaat... a
C. R. I. & P.. west 1
Illinois Central 1 1 .. ,.
Total receipt .63 76 t To
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber ot head Indicated:
Buyer. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
1 144 10 7 40
SHEEP There were not enough sheep
here today to make a test 'of the market
.nil 111 fact there was practically no tat
tuft at all. Huycrs, though, seemed to be
uxtous lor su unites snd the general Im
pression was that good stuff would have
sold freely at strong prices.
Receipts for the week have been fairly
liberal, but still the demand has been still
htavler and the tendency of prices on all
desirable grades haa been upward. As
compared with the close of last week It Is
safe to say that present prices are 23c, and
in a good many cases 4)c, nigner. ine
greatest Improvement has been on sheep
and especially on ewes, but still Is nibs
are also higher than they were a week
ago, the ugh there have scarcely been
nougn lamps offered to ten mucn about tne
.Feeders have been In light supply all
trio week and prices have tended upward,
but the sltimtlon could probably be best
described by calling the market strong and
Quotations for clipped stock: uood to
choice yearlings, M.wU4.7fi; fair to good,
f t.005H. 60; good to choice wethers, 84.10jj4.36;
air to good wethers. t3.8Ui4.10: good to
choice ewes, 83.764.00; fair to good ewe.
I3.26&3.75: good to choice spring lamb, I8.W
(i4i.2o; fair to good spring lambs, t6.7&ij.00;
feeder wethers, 83.OiK03.2a; feeder yearling,
83.10(53.60; feeder lambs, !3.Wa3.&0; feeder
wes. iLSittrz-xo. itepreseniauve saies:
No. Av. Pr.
6 western ewe lit 84 Ml
umana iacaing o...
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Cudahy, from K. C
Hammond, from K.. o...
Becker At legan
Vanaant AV Co
Hill Ik Huntilnger
Hamilton A Rothschild..
L. F. Hues
H. L. Dennis ft Co
Con. t'al. Ac Va...
mis con ...
Sierra Norada ...
OMAHA. July 24. Bank clearing today.
21,120,801.83; corresponding day last year,
H12.113.25; Increase, I20s.lis.68.
unitAUU, Juiy 84. clearing. 24.mn,W7;
balances, 83,617. 1W; New York exchange at
par; foreign exchange, posted rates, 84.864
for sixty days, 84. 8 on demand.
NEW YORK. July 24. Clearings. 2266.2&X.-
226; balances, 310.222,504.
tsuaiuiN, juiy i. 4ienngs. fw.zos.iw;
PHILADKLPHIA, July 24. Clearings,
219,117.141; balances, 22,13,148; money, 44V
UALT1UUKK, JUiy 24. Clearings, 83,872,
AftO halunrM ftbA. mnnv 111 n.r r.til
1 CINCINNATI, July 24. Clearings, 32,949,.
Chicago 4k Alton 41T, Union Pad no .,
oo B4 Tl4 o pfA
Chlcaso. Int. .At L... II .Wabaah
Ao ptd s' 00 P'
Chicago 4t 85. 111....I10V, Wheellu, At L.
Chloaso AV O. W.
Ao let pfd
de Id fli
Chlcaso At N. W...
Ci R. t At F
Chicago Tar. At Tr.
C. C. C. At Bt. L...
Colorado Bo ,
do 1st pfd
do Id ptd
Del. At HadaoB
Del. U At W
Denver At . O
do let pfd
ao l pio.
tember, giVe December, 6iiUc; caah,
No. 2 hard. oV,uT0'kc; pio.
iu. vjy , 1-. m, aril tra. .
hut. bu. .
Kansas City Urals and Provisions.
KANSAS CITT. July 24 WHEAT-Sen-
a, 6uoJc; No. 3
CORN September, 47T4c: December, 27Vi
27V,c; cash. No. 2 mined, 62c; No. 2 white,
66febCV4c; No. 2, 6S',y&ic.
OA i t No. 2 wnite, HC, 01a.
RYE No. 2, 63c.
HAY Choice timothy. 810.0O3U.00: choice
prairie 16 7uto7.00.
UUTTER Creamery, 19V4c; fancy dairy,
KGOS Steady: fresh Missouri and Kan
sas stock, 14c do., loss off. esses returned.
Wheat, bu .....140.0no lJI.Ouo
Corn, bu 32.fliK) 44.000
Oata, bu 48 003 24,Ovt)
Philadelphia Prodaeo Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July 24. BUTTER
Orrat Nor. pfd Ill
.... 41 i
0 do 14 sfd.
1144 Va. Central
United States Ex.,
Amal. Copper ...
Amor. Car At F...
Amor. Lin. Oil....
American B. At It,
Anas. Mining Co.. ..lot
llMUJilm H T
'Colorado fuel. At I.. UV,
Coot. Tobaeos pfd... 121
Iowa Central ....
Lake Erla At W..
L At N
Met. Bt. Rt
Mex. Central ....
Mex. National ...
Minn. At Bt. L...
M.. K. A T
N. J. Centrel ...
N. T. Central ...
Norfolk at W....
Ol Tin A W
So let pfd
do Sd sfd
Bt. L At A. P...,
do let ptd
do td pfd
It. L. South w...,
Quiet, but steady; extra weatern creamery,
il extra nrarbv Drlnta. 22a.
1 ' . , j u . . . . i i - k. . . ,a 1 am .
fresh western, lSVr; fresh southwestern.
16c; rresn souinern, lui'iec.
I IILEBfe. Urm: New York full creams
rime small, loc; New York full creams.
10 gowu, v,dJiuc.
Mllwankeo Grain Market.
Mir.WAT'KRR Julv 4 ...WII P" AT Slrm-
No. 1 northern. 79V2u80c; No. 2 northern, 78
RYE Firm: No. 1. iUc.
BARLEY Steady; No. 2. 70c; saropie, 83
CORN September, trtti40'4o-
Mlaneaooll Wheat, Floo aad Bran
M1NNE APOUS. Minn.. Julr 24 WHEAT
July, It'to; bevieoibej-, tiST4c; 4a
National Blecnlt ..
No. Americas .....
Pad no Co at
Had Ac Mall
Prcieed 8. Car......
iPullman P. Car....
Republic Stool ....
Tens. Coal At I....
Union flag At P...,
U. S. Leather
U. B. Rubber ,
U. 8. Bteel
do pfd ,
Western Valoa ....
JC. C. Bouthera ..,
Boston Itaea ttnoiatlona.
BOSTON. July 24. Call loans. avitN per
cent; time loans, 44V4 per cent. Official
closing of stocks and bonds:
Max. Central 4s....
N. ft. O. At 0
Boat on At Albany.,
hoetoe EleTated ..
N. V . N. H. At H
Mealcaa Central ..
American Sugar ...
Americas T AT.,
Dominion I. AS.,
Oeneral Electrte ...
Maaa. Eleotrle ....
N. O. At C
V. B. Bteel ,
..1MV4 AmalsamatoA .
.. SB Bliishem
.. I14 Calamet At H
.. lov. Centennial
.. SI I'opeer ilanga ...
..1014, TwnXnlon Coal ..
.. M Pranklla
..144 lale Rorals
..14V4 Old Dominion ...
.. 2 Parrot
..111V, Banu Pa Copper
LONDON. July 24. The supp'l-s of cssh
on the market today were sufficient for
the requirements, discounts were steady.
tion on the Stock exchange today. Tliey I )fi'
....... .4 Srn. mr.A mmtmra. a,. - 1 I... I - A
. K. ... u - " - ' m..v,wwiu llivfttiai,
some being below parity, but tbe undertone
as good. Denvers and Union PaclhcS
were the best features. Americans closed
irregular, rirst-ciasa securities were dull.
Home rolla were easier. Orand Trunks
wers little affected by the excellent tram
returns. Oold premiums st beuaos Ayres,
Ul, at Madrid, el.tfc, at Hum, lii lh
700; money, 8Viftf per cent; New York
change, loc premium.
BT. LOLis, juiy 24. Clearings, ji.mt.iss;
balances, 3664.446; money, steady, 898 per
cent; New lorn exenange, vo premium.
Condition of the Treaanry.
WASHINGTON. July 24. Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 3150,000.000 guld
reserve In the division of redemption
shows: Available cash balance, el88.oU,2&7;
BOSTON. July 24. WOOL Territory
wools are selling freely, with consid
erable new wool being taken as well
aa old; prices are very strong; fine staple
territories, &OtfMc; strictly. 60$61e; fin and
fine medium, 484 9c; medium, 414Sc. The
supply of Texas wool I reported to b ex
ceedingly small, while there Is a good call
for the finer grades. Fin staple ha sold
at a good deal above hoc, witn oven one
mentioned a an asking price. Fin wool
are firmer, following the firmness abroad
and the position of fine domeetlo wools In
the country, onio and fennsylvsnia AJ.V,
nominal at 2&lc: XX and above. Vuuttvl
X. 2i( 27c; Michigan X, UGMe. Delaine
and fine combing wools are In a very firm
position, with the tendency upward. Ohio
fine delaine. 29Hij31c; Michigan, 27u28c; No.
1 washed combing. VMrZic: No. 2. 270-Wc:
coarse, 23c. For this market Australian
woola are very firm and pretty thoroughly
sold; quotations are very Arm; combing,
choice, scoured basis, 7878c; good, 723r74c;
LONDON. July 24. WOOL The offerings
at the wool auction sales today numbered
11,832 bales. Including a good selection of
greaay. Competition was keen and prices
were nrm. f ine croea-breos were in ae
ir&nd for America, the home trade and
the continent. Lambs' wool was In good
reauest at higher rates: fine waa 6 per
cent above tne May offering, cape or uooa
Hope and Natal sold Weil at nrm rates.
Following- are the sales In detail: New
South Walea, 4.9JO balea; scoured, 84dais
9d; greasy, ao'dav, tjueensiana, suo bales;
greasy, iovmyjis. victoria, a,buv Dales
secured. 6VadiulB 6Vd: greasy. 4d3'ls Id.
South Australia. 200 bales; scoured. Is 6Hd;
greasy, 4V;ii. Tasmania, luO bale;
greasy, PVb'Tlld. New Zealand, 8,009 bales;
scoured, 5U(yls 6d; greasy, 34f7llVid. Cape
of Oood Hope and Natal, 700 balea; scoured,
BVii'Ws w: greasy. 2,iiva.
T. LOUIS. July 24. WOOL Steady
medium trades and combing, la'aUc; light
tine. 12(uiwc: neavy One, lvtyuc; tuo
OH and Rosin.
OIL. CITY, Pa.. July 24.-OIL-Credtt bal.
n..,aa 1 H1 Msllllnot.e aa . i.M aa t t ae. m A an
I III XT el, g.Aaees V a SSnwgB 8 fT 9, 88V VlUa gll llUir 11 1
73.746 bbls. ; average. 79.028 bbla. ; runs, 118.018
bbls. ; average, 80,226 bbls.
TOLEDO, O., July 24. OILr-Uncnangea,
NEW YORK. July 24 OIL Cottonseed,
firm. Petroleum, steady; refined, New
York. 37 20: Philadelphia and Baltimore.
37.16: Philadelphia and Baltimore In bulk,
Ml". Hosln, steady. Turpentine, steady.
IXJNDON, July 14. OIL epirlia or turpen
tine. 83a 6d.
LIVEKPOOL, July 24. OIL Turpentine
spirits, quiet, 33s 9d. Cottonseed, Hull rer
nnea spot, auii, zes la.
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Julv 21. OIL Turpen
tine, stesdy, Vx Roi-ln. steady; A, u and
C. 8116: D. 8120: E. 8126: F. 31.80: O. 81.25
H. 81 70: 1. 82: K. ,2.56; M. U.I4; N. U.40
W. U., 33 60; W. W., 13.70.
Erapsrstel Apples and Dried Fro It.
CATTLE There wss a very light supply
of cattle here today and. In fact, there
was the mellest Thursday' run that haa
been here In some time. For the week
receipts show a decrease aa compared
with the same days of last week, but an
increase over tne ssme days or last year.
There were scarcely enougn beet steers
on sale today to make a teat ot the mar
ket, but It wa evident that packers were
anxious for the better grades and the few
that were offered commanded strong prices.
Two cars of rattle thst averaged 1.393
pounds sold at 88.00, which waa pronounced
a atrong price, tor wnue tne came were
verv fat. they were not of very good qual
ity. A compared with the close of last
week, the market on all tbe better grades
I fully 26c higher, and In some cases a
gain of as much aa 40a wa made. The
part fat and - common stuff, however, h
not improved that much.
Tne cow marast waa aiao active ana
stronsrer today on anything desirable.
Packers wanted some fresh supplies and
It only took a short time for everything
in the vara to cnange nanaa. t ne tenu
ency of prices on the better grades has
been upward all the week and an advance
of fully a quarter has been made and from
that tin to aoc ine commoner graat-s.
though, have shown very little Improve
Bulls, Veal calves and stags did not
show much change. As compared with a
week ago they are a little stronger In
sympathy with the better feeling on steers
There were oniy a row stoc iters ana
feeders offered this morning end good
stuff sold stronger. As compared with tbe
closa of laat week heavy feeders of good
laaii and duality have advanced about a
much as fat steer and cows, but the com
mon and lightweight stuff haa been alow
Bale and haa shown very little Improve
ment. Prime yearlings though, are a lit
tle higher. Yesteraay mere were eleven
rare nf eattio anippea to tne country.
TV, re, were oniy a tew western cattle
er.rt toiler, but they sold at good
strong prices aa comparea witn yesterday,
Representative so ice;
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
Ill 2 64 M , tost 6 09
NEW YORK. Julv 14 EVAPORATED
APf LES The market rontlnuee oulet. with
sltro offerings, largely ncminel; choice, llf
ALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
sre unite active for both a not and futures,
with prices showing a hardening tendency
for desirable grades. Hoot prunes are
Quoted at from 2Vc to Vc for all grades,
Spot ai-rlcots are In fair demand and fu
tures quiet. Apricots, In boxes, 10V,410c:
In bags, lMrC. Prices are quiet, with choice
grades alightly firmer. Pealsa peaches, 11
44 wi uuivceieu, ,ivo
JOS 79 808
.161 I II
,. 4 I
. 4 St
. 171 4 40
.UM I M
861 i H
...1M I M
...101 I 10
...U6S I 6
...1117 I 46
...UM 6 04
T7 2 88 It 3 I
ss 8 1 101 3 24
m 111 1 0 I la
e 8 It ' I AM I 2
.Ill t IS II HI 8 16
M0 8 18 1 till I 10
M 18 II 617 I 60
11 I M 1 HI 16
MS I 4 8 1U I It
100 I If 1 1040 I 76
11 3 It 1..... 114 I It
M 111 1 loaa 4 W
Ill 3 so 8 ltd 8 2
14V4 I OS
Itt I 44 T ,
124 4 44
Ill 8 e 1
66 I 4 1
121S 2 It 1
ISO t H 1 -
12LI 8 at 1
114 8 10 1
14 8 10 1
141 I 00 1
IU I 00 I
STOCK COWS AND HEIFERS
SSI 4 88
. MO I 10
.117 I II
.130 I II
.imo l is
.14 JO 8 M
.1111 I U
. IIS 6 86
190 I H
au I 04
IV) I It
111 I 14
, 10 t II
, 111 I ft
, 14 8 It
, 810 I II
.11MI 1 !
.IM I 04
. 114 I 04
.444 I 14
. 114 I II
. M7 It
, IN is 1 U4 I 78
6TjcKER8 AND FEEDERS.
...... in t in in
IM I 14 4 47 I II
44 8 04 3 IM I II
Ill I 21 1 143 3 It
104 It I eut 4 If
404 I 44 II II 4 U
Ill I 4 M 14 4 M
No. Av. Pr,
li COW t 16
3 cows H IM
8 cows 891 3 18
1 cow MO IK
1 cows lurt 4 oa
1 cow HuO 2 26
No. Av. Pr,
1 feeder... 620 i 31
163 feeders.. 832 I 65
14 feeders.. s6 4 05
1 stag 720 2 66
1 slag SO 2 76
1 stag 1120 2 80
. t0 2 50
. 763 3 60
. :S4 4 26
. 876 4 U0
.1040 4 00
425 3 41
7b6 I 78
874 2 46
.. ss6 3 80
.. 313 8 V
..11 4 76
.. 8-J0 2 00
.. 810 2 25
..1170 3 26
,. 81 2 65
.. Z ju 4 26
It lewder.. 847 4 10 1- cows ? 8 10
W illiam Ferdon Neb.
82 cows..... 84SJ 3 50
A. E. Currle Neb.
28 feeders.. 100 4 71 1 steer 1150 4 78
18 feodero,.lJ IN 1 stesr 8m0 4 25
feeders:.l 8 76 4 cows Iua6 2 45
J. Herman Neb.
48 steer. ...1142 I 26 4 cows 1177 4 75
Krous Bros. Neb.
Ai sows...- kw 8 31 I cows. .,..1061 6 00
008 bsg. Including: July, I KXff 40e; August,
8 3"! .'i 3 ; September, 0 1 .. 4oc; Octwoei ,
I.Miu.lr; November, 6.26c: necember, 6-tn-qP
6 Sue: January. 6.3ti. 3jc: March, 1.8035.:,
April, 6.3H-; Msy, a4.Sc; June, 6.fr"c.
NEW TOR K, July 24 COTTON-Futurao
opened steady at the decline: July, 8.4c
August 82Hc; September, 7.R9c; October,
7.8c; November, 7.74c; December, T.JTci
Jsnuary, 7.75c; Msrch, 7.76c.
Spot, quiet; middling uplands, 8 7-ltcj
mlodllng gulf. 3 6-16c; sales, 1,7M bales.
Kuturt-s closed wenk; July, 8.88c; August,
tVc; September, 7.X5c; October, 7.72c; No
vember nnd December. 7.67c; Jsnuary, Feb
ruary and March, 7.c.
v 1.-- 11UI h-Awa T.tttf 01 aTiT-pnv
, . 1 . - . ' i u . . w ... J mm. - . a ' . .
Steady: sales. bales; good ordlnsry, 7Hrt
low iniiitiiing, miuuiing. i"c; gnoa
middling, VVc; middling fair, Hc; receipts,
237 bales; stock, 6.oS8 bales. Futures,
steady; July. 8 ftifTSTJe; August. 8 8fS.SSc;
September. 7 Soji Ac; October, 7.;'i.8tc; No
vember, i.Sif.52c; December, 7.604f7"lc;
January. T.u i.ftlc.
BT. LOUIS. July 24 -COTTON-Dull; mid
dling, 'c; sales, 200 bales; receipts. 77
bttlrs; shipments, ioi Dale; biock, i;,7m
OA LVE8TON, July 24. COTTON Mar
ket eHsy, 'v,c.
1.IVKIIPOOI. July 21 COT TOIN tpot in
fair dimtnd; prices l-37d lower. American
middling fair, 6 5-161: good middling, 61-16d'
middling, 4 31-32d; low middling 4Td: good
ordinary, 4d; ordinary, 4vd. The sales of
the day were 10.000 bales, nf which 2,0 0
were for speculation and export, and In
cluded 7.800 American. Receipts wer l.OflO
bales, including iM) American. Futures
opened dull and closed weak and Irregular.
American middling, g. o. c July. 4 47-44''8
4 4 64.1. sellers; July-August, 4 45-64)4 49 4d,
buyers; Atigust-s. ptember, 4 sv-4ii, sellers;
Si-ptember-October. 4 2t-64'1. buyers; October-November,
4 20-6ld, sellers; November.
Ieo?mber, 4 16-m4 17-6ld. value; IJecember-
January. 4 14-4f4 16-6iI, buyers: Jsnuary
February. 4 14-64(4 15-64 1, seliers; February
Mnrch, 4 14-64d, value; March-April, 4 ll-84d,
NEW TORK. Julv 24 8UQAR-Rw.
firm; fair refining, 27ac: centrifugal. 96 test,
Zr: molasses sugar, 2c; refined, steady.
NEW ORLEANS. Ju v 24. SUGAR
Strong; open kettle, 24tfi3 1-16C-; open kettle, .
centrifugal. Sgi3Vj centrifugal yellow, Sv,
4V,c; se!onds. 2H)-3Vic. Molasses, dull; cen
LONDON. July 24. BEET SUQAR-July.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. Julv 24. DRY OOOD9
There has been no change In the charscter
of the demand for cotton goods today in
any department. Tone quiet and previous
prices repeated. Print cloths are quiet, but
Price of Coal Advaneea.
NEW YORK. July 24. There was an sd.
vsnce In the retail price of anthracite tost
today to 38 a ton, for all sixes. This Is sn
increase or 60 cents a ton to tne users ur
domestic sixes and of 75 cents a ton to tr
users of ateam sixes.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Slow and Steady Hogs Steady
and High Sheep Steady.
CHICAGO. July 24. CATTLE Receipt,
53 head. Including 2,500 Texana, 400 west
erns; slow and steady; good to prime
steers, 37. 8508. 70; poor to medium, 34.60i(j)
.75: Mockers and feeders. 82.outao.26; cows,
31.60iS-3.60; heifers, 32.23(86.50; canners, 31.50
(32.50; bulls, 2.25'(?5.25; calves, 32. 506.50;
Texas-fed steers, 34.0O5.76; western steers,
hous Receipts, lz.ooo neaa; estimated
tomorrow. 10,000: left over. 8.000; steady to
5c higher; close slow; mixed and butchers.
37.1uii'7.i; good to cnoice neavy, 1 .booj'f.vu;
rough heavy. ?7.2nf7.50; light, 86.7&I&7.00;
bulk of rales. 37.404r7.85.
SHEEP AND LAM tiH KecelptS, 1&.UW
head; sheep, sceady; lambs, steady to
lower; good to choice wethers, 34.2&35.00;
fair to choice mixed. 32.75dH.25: western
sheep, 32.504.75: native lambs, 3.0Ua7.uo.
Official yesterday: .
Cattla 14.388 3,300
Hears 20.7H7 3.263
Sheep 15,879 466
Kansas City Live Stock Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY, July 14. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4,700 natives, 3,050 Texans, 466 Texas
calves and 350 native calves; tat cattle slow,
steady to lower; quarantine stuff steady to
10c lower; Blockers and feeders active,
steady; cows slow, weak: choice export Hnd
dressed beef steers, 3'.6.0X-23; fair to goon,
- . m,.,.m a. 1. J . . .. eo !"A ' . C 'jr.
western fed steers !3.40i5.36: Texa and
Indian steers, 3ZS63H.40; Texas oows, fi.WKtji
3.00: native cows. ll.D0Gr3.ou; native nelfers
32.0UQ4.86; canners. !1.2ajZ.E0; bulls, 3 65iJ
?5: calves. K.oosjuW.
HOGS Receipt. 2.555 head; market Steady
to 6c higher: ton. 87.60: bulk of sales. 87 3(Va
7.65; heavy, $7.567.GO; mixed packers, 37.30
Q745; light, s7.mkt7.42Vi; yomers, fi.ajyi
7.42'i; pigs, 36 50&6.W.
BHEEP AND LAMU8 Keceipts, 3,VM
head; sheep firm, lambs KKi25c lower; na
tive lambs, 84.4544 3u; western lambs, 33.20
(gfi.OO; native wethers, 34.36ffi5.15; western
wethers, 33.364.75; fed ew-s, 33.667f4.60
Texas clipped yearlings, 83.75(j4.56; Texaa
clipped sheep, 33.44i3.76; Blockers and feed
St. Lents Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 24. CATTLE Receipts.
6,000 head, Including 7,000 head Texans:
market slow and lower: native shipping and
export steers, 6.10b7.5f, with strictly fancy
worth up to 88.75; dressed beef and butcher
steers, 34.05&'i-85; steers under 1,060 lbs., 33.75
86.25; stockers and feeders, 33.26f6.26; cows
and heifers, 82.256.60; canners, 31-75lr2.o5:
bulls, 32.H.Vrj.50; calves, 35.09ii6.76; Texas and
Indian steers, 33.0U46-a.yu; cows ana neirers,
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head: market
steady to 00 higher; Digs and lights, 37.2511
7.50; packera, 37.4o(&7.60: butchers, 37.60 8j.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,500
head; market strong and active: native
muttons. 3AOOT4.6i: lambs. 34.60&6.i6: culls
and bucks, 32.2u(a4.00; stockers, 31.oOiS3.00.
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW TORK. July 24.-BEEVES-Re-
oelnts. 40 head, mainly consigned direct.
Cables stesdy; no exports.
CALVES Receipts, 158 head; steady; re
ported sales Included a bunch of veals at
17.25 per 100 lbs.
i-iuua ino sates reponeu; nominally
SHEEP AND LAM BB Keceipts, 4.BBZ
head: sheep, steady; lambs, firm; sheep.
33 264)14.50; lambs, J0.504j7.00; 1 car choice,
37.25; culls, 16.
.St.' Josepa. Live Bteek Market,
ST. JOSEPH. July 24. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.902 head; opened steady, closed 10
4rl5c lower; natives, 34.35&6 25; cows and
heifero, II. &?(;, 25; veals, 32.5u4i6.0O; bulls snd
stags, 82.5u4iT26; stookers and feeders, I2.004J)
HOGS Receipts, 4.608 head; steady to
Btrong; light and light mixed, 37.1541.7.50:
medium and heavy, 37.32H4i7.65; pigs, 34.254J
7.15; bulk. 37-37V447-oO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 613 head;
Blonx City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., July 24. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 8j0; market
stesdy; breves. 25. 5017. 00; cows, bulls snd
mixed, 32.504i5.00; stockers and feeders, 32.76
4)4 76; yearlings and calves, 82.504)4.00.
HOGS Receipts, 2.00: msrket strong to
(0 higher: selling. 37.1567.46; bulk. 37.2547.35.
Stock In Sight.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hoga and sheep at the live principal
markets lor July 24:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 1.438 5. IT, 41,2
Chicago 7..'"0 rOOO 15.f
Kansas City 7.7SO r.of.5 3,0"0
St. Louis 6,000 . 2,510
St. Joseph 1j2 4.606 C19
Cattle Dying; of Fever.
ARKANSAS CITT. Kan.. July 24. Texsg
fever has broken out among the natlvo
cattle of southern Kansas and at Dexter
over 100 head have died within the past few
days. The disease is believed to be spreading.
Molders Oat on n Strike.
ALLIANCE, O. July 24. Seven hundred
molders employed at the local plant of tho
American Steei Casting compuny went on a
strike today when asaed by the company
to stand good for all bad castings.
THE REALTY MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Thurs
day, July 24:
J. S. Harrington and wife to Nellie E.
Harrington, undlvvi lot 4, block 112,
South Omaha '. t 1.000
E. W. Freeman and husband to David
Beckett, lot 6, block 137, same 750
M. L. Bagley to Otto Muller, middle
20 feet lot 12, block 80, same 1,000
Alonao Thompson and wife to J. C.
Kimball, lot 3, block 8, Plalnview
Willow Springs Brewing company to
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rail
way company, part lots 18, 19 and 20,
block 447, Grandvlew - 1
Hannah F. Kennedy to Charles Tur
ner, lots 1 to 6 and 8, block 1, n 80
feet lot 16 and s 30 feet lot 17, block
3, Summit place; lota 6 and 7, block
5, Summit Reserve - - 1-
Charles Turner and wife to Hannah
E. Kennedy, same 4 1
Delora E. Wllklna to J. B. Wilklns,
lot 28, block 12, Orchard Hill 800
Anton Gsantner to Frank and Anna
Tomnu, n'.j lot 12 and sVi lot 13, block
14, Kountze's 3d add 1,060
C. O. Carlson and wife to Emma
Stehr, w 60 feet lot 3, block 12,
Kountse & R.'s add 1,500
Qalt Claim Bleeds.
Annie James to Bereshtln & Murphy,
receivers, lot 20, Clark Place 450
Total amount of transfers
85.00 A LlOfJTIl
In U DISEASES!
13 year la Osaaba.
cured by th QUICK
EST, safest and most
natural msthod that
ha yet been (Decors red.
Soon every sign and symptom disappears
completely and forever. No "BREAKINJ
OUT" of the disease on the skin or face,
A cure that Is guaranteed to be pormanenj
VIP.IGQCELE without cutting, pain?
no detention from work; permanent euro
WKAK MBF7 from Excesses or Victim
to Nervous Debility or Exhaustion, Waet.
ng 'Weakness with Early Decay In T0U114T
and Middle Aged, lack of vim, vigor and
strength, with organs Impaired and weak.
STRIOTUrlB -cured with a new Horn
Treatment. No pain, no detention from
business. Kidney and Bladder Troubles.
Consoltatlon i res. Treavianent by Matt,
OHA8U8SS LOW. 11S S. 24th St.
Dr. Searies & Searles, Otr.ahar Neb.
..24,590 26.296 7.681
NEW TORK, July 24 COFFEE-Ppot
Rio, quiet; No. 7 Invoice. lAVjC. Mild,
steadv; Cordova, 11V. Futures opened
steady, unchanged to 10 points lower. Weak
cables and bulky primary receipts operated
against the bull side today, prompting ac
tive realising by both local and foreign
lin-s and more or less short selling,
sgalnst which the efforts of tne mill inter
ests to rally the market were unavailing.
Importers were also heavy sellers on the
decline, al to be heading operations
a if a! nut purchases In the crop country.
Switching" out of nesr months Into the
later positions wss a feature of trade, this
class of bux!neas amounting to ovrr I5.W
bass. The close was eary, wllh prices net
64410 points lower. Total sales reached 81.-
JOBBERS & MANUFACTURERS
MACHINE.RY AND FOUNDRY.
Carls H CsivgDl m Werks.
gyMtSlL RBTPAIRirfO A SMsCTALT
won and BttAjs retjmatta.
Ml, 16,0 nnd 30 J aval eon BBroog,
teiaks. Mots. Toi, as.
S. Sabrtskl. Agonc J. 8L Qrw0. H
ktaaufectarer aad Jekkor 08
Steam and Water Supplies
Of All Kind.
114 sued 14)2 MC43&JL ST.
U estefn Elcctricd
Mactrt Wlrlag 11 a
tk. VT. JOHNSTON. Mgr.
1 Oas UetttUgUJ,
1818 Howard. lb
AW11NGS AND TENTS.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co.,
Tents and Caavas Gocii.
fsan.il lur Cataluguo Nuniasor U
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