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TIIE OMAIIA 1)A1LT 1IEE: SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1902.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Roord Prioe 8iBM the Oifil War Made in
July Oats at 8eTitj-Tw.
CCTIERAL MARKET DULL AND LISTLESS
earlsk Fnetors Art Plentlfnl aad
Other Cereal Llaea Are Depress
rrtTiilini Are Active
CHICAGO. July 25 Grain trader" beheld
Ihe odd spectacle -flxlay of oata selling
higher than bo'.h wheat? and corn and yet
the phenomenon caused hardly a ripple In
the aull and uninteresting business routine.
July new oatn sold at &X' when a few
hnrii wanton th atuiT. Cash oata were
absorbed by the bull leaders at an high as
Flc In order to keep them irom the snort.
VYhile oats were senlng in crib lot at these
fancy figures September wheat was around
Slc and the hitherto fancy July corn at
something under 67c. In general, however,
it may be said the July corners were rent
ing. Shorts In wheat, corn and oats In
that month seemed penned. In by the big
.imt The other markets were doing
it tie because of Jalr weather, good crop
reports and othrr bearish Influences, whicn
In turn, howr vr, had little effect because
of the fears . July manipulation. In the
nd Heptemli . wheat closed VffMrO down,
Beptemocr corn J.c lower, Juiy corn lc
lower, September oats NivVtc lower and
July oats -c higher, provisions were very
Irreirljiar ami plowed 1!A1 UP to 17t40 lower.
Wheat worked lower on the influence of
lower cnbles. good westher and a tiun truae.
rrmi aiti'tii continued favorable and re
ceipts bore out the reports as to quantity,
itnniieh rradlnr waa very good, as of late.
The foreign market weakened", together
OYItn tne excellent country pruiii,
E?emed to undermine the coiifld-nce of luc
The strike of telegraph mesrengers, wNch
iprt-ad to the floor of the exchange, inter
fered with the business and had its modi
cum of bearish Influence, July showed it
self very sensitive to any supply or demand
nd shorts were as usual vlctorloua. ' The
price hung around 77c and closed kc down
at iKc. Beptember was offered freely.
Opening 4rv to a shade lower at "tiSt
Viw that option dipped to 71c and closed
weak, Hifo lower at 714c. Local receipts
fere 2"o cars, 1 of contract grade; Mlnne
ipolls and Duluth reported 202 cars, making
a total for the three points of 407 cars,
against 424 a week ago and 857 lavt year.
Prlmarv receipts were I,ai6,u00 bushele, com
pared to I.Ohi.'OuO bushels last year. Sea
board clearances In wheat and flour equaled
' 149.000 bushel. Argentine shipments were
W.OiO bushels for the week, against 296,000
uhels last year.
Corn was even more dull than wheat. The
wheat weakness, together with good crop
reports, had a depressing Influence in the
Born pit and very free offerings by a lead
ing house brrite September prices lc. Trade
'- ' Jl, M small and prices held near tiro
Until shortly before the close, when a little
offering and no inclination on the part of
tt shorts to absorb broke the price to a
(-k close at 6uHc. There was a momen
tary support In September, but the effect
was hardly noticed. September sold from
lc down to 6014c and cloned wreak, Tc lower
tt tWAC. There waa a feeling that July was
f ilmpiy slumbering before it burst forth
nto a volcano-like eruption. Receipts, 241
oars, 61 of contract grade.
Oats ruled lower In the deferred options
In -sympathy with other grains and on not
unfavorable weather. July shorta who did
not settle yesterday were frightened by
the rumor thru, because they would not
settle at 70c the prices were to be pushed
still higher. In consequence of their bids
for several "ffVes" July new sold at 72e, the
record price since the civil war. This waa
I the only feature. Trade otherwise was
dull, offerings In new deliveries were freer
snd prices dipped. After the early advance
July dipped back and closed only He up at
flute. September sold between 34'(tc and
I3?c and closed weak, HftHo down at 34
H4ie. Receipts were 140 cars.
Provisions were very Irregular, although
not particularly active. Early advances in
the yard hog market and a good support
by brokers caused a brisk advance. Lard
especially shot up, September lard once
more selling at 111. The early hlah nrlcea.
powever, seemed to be a ruse by the pack
sra, who at once unloaded on the little
fellows, depressing prices badly. Lard
alone held up. Late trade lapsed Into dull
ness. September pork sold from S17.67H to
(17.70. dipped to $11.25 and closed 17ye down
at I17.37U. September lard closed 121A0 1111
it S10.92H and September ribs, after selling
from tio.624 to 810.40, closed weak, 60 lower
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
190 cars; corn, 266 cars; oata, 190 cars; hogs.
The leading; futures ranged as follows
Artlclcs.l Open. I High. Low. Close.l Yea'y,
Sept. I 72i
Dee. f ;
10 40 I 10 53
10 2?H 10 25
8 82 8 SZttl 8 87H
a Old. b New. No. t,
Cash quotations were as follows;
F1A)UR Firm: winter ns tents. 8S.g!MI3.?lt
Winter straights, t3.20fS60; winter clears
83.0oi3.40: spring SDeclala. 24.30: SDrlnv net.
ants, 33.503.85; aprlng straights, 33.0OS3.35.
WHEAT No. 2 aprlng, 76g'77c; No. 8
' CORN No. 2. 65irtiWc.
OATS No. 2, 6oVUilHc; No. I white. 65
RTE No. I, 6c.
D A RLE Y Good feeding. 63c: fair to
cnoice malting, oc.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 81.46; No 1 north
western. 11.52: prime timothy. 85.75.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. 117.30
tP17.35. Lard, jier 100 Iba., $10.67H(S!10.80.
r-liort ribs sides (loose), 110.401 10.50. Dry
aalted shoulders (boxed). 19.S7H'fiD.50. Short
clesr sides (boxed), 3U 7V4i!j .11. So.
wtusivi-on tne basis of nigh wine.
. The following are the receipts and shlp-
Flour, bbls 12.000 14.000
Wheat, bu 1:13.00 39.)0
Corn, bu 216,000 2O2.000
CU, bu 223.000 114,000
Rye, bu 6.000
parley, bu t,0u0
1 On tha Produce exchange today the but
ter market waa easy; creamerlea, 17'ri2o4c;
dalrlea, 15fl l&c. Cheese, steady, 104jlOo.
tggs, steady; fresh, l&c.
KEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
(notations of the Day On Vnrlons
NEW YORK, July 25 -FIX)T'R-Recelpts,
17.152 bbls.; exports, 30,T18 bbls.; market
Waa dull and easy; winter patents, 83.7.X(J
6 00; winter straights, 13 .504(3.60; Minne
sota patents, 83.904.10; winter extras, $3.30
b3.35; winter low grades, 82. 9nfr3. 15; Min
nesota bakers, 83.163.35. Rye hour, quiet;
sales, 5"0 bbls.; fair to good, 83.251.46;
Choice to fancy, 83.553.63.
CORNMEAL Easy; yellow western, 81 81;
City, II.:; Krandywine, 33.4f3o.
RYE Steady: No. 2 weetern. MSic, f. o. b.
I ifloat; state, 63(uWc, e. 1. f. New York car
WHEAT Receipts, 60.050 bu. Spot, essy;
jvo. 1 red, 16c. elevator: No. 2 red. 74,i
8'c, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern Dttluth,
82o, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba,
H--.C f. o. b., afloat. Affected by heavy
winter wheat receipts, talk of a large
visible aupply Increase, easier cablea and
moderate unloading, wheat was dull and
easy all day. Kxuurtere did little In auite
f the weakness. Iaat prices showed Vf
So net decline. May, 7S1i 78 11-loc, closed
.1 Ts i... - fiilv li im it at k, . U.l.l.h..
TrtH'S'TiC, closed st 76Sc; December, 76 11-li
4yTe c. closed at 7c.
CORN Receipts. 5&.0O bu.; exports. $.913
bu. Spot, easier; No. 2. I'fo, elevator, and
71 4C f o. b. Option market waa dull and
wruk all day. Influenced by the whrat de
cline, favorable weather and liquidation.
closing heavy at fee decline. May, 4?'
kc. closed at 47'c; July. 7Wig'7oV elosed
at (one; Beuieniber. wfiMiac, closed at
SA)e; iieceniuer ciosea at 01c,
ts . ma t. 4 " ' V" r .TtS 1
bu. Soot, firm: No. 2. 64o4ic: No. I. C3Uc-
ISio. $ white. 6c: No. 3 white. 66c; track
mixed western. C4c; track white western,
i'e; track white atate, 6.nj7uc. Option
tnarket waa strung for a time on new July
at C hicago, but weak otherwise owing to
HAY rlrmer; spring. K4tlQc; good to
HOPS Finn: state, crime to choice.
itll crop. litV2Sc, lSOt, Kc; olds, l.itc;
elate, cumiuun lo chosoa, I3ul crop, 82u.;
1WX olds "ftine: Pacific coast, 101
crop. 2"oi!4c; 1S).' 1,'alSc; olds. 7310e. I
lr.A 1 M K It f?teany J aCln. Z4?l,aKT, 1
I'HOVIHKINS Heef. quiet; family, 816 00 I
6 16.50; mess. 313.50; beef hams, W 4j :s ';
mrkri. 114 nii4jlj.tio: cltv extra India mesa, 1
J2.iiKf24.(p. Cut meats, steady; pickled liel-
lies. 11 sutfVl oil- plrkled shoulders, 19 Oi'tf
bo; pickled hams. 12 0"a 12. 5. Lsrd. steady ; I
western steamed, u.iu: juiy nuw
ll.lf. nominal; refined, steady; South
America, 12; compound, H60; continent.
ll.2ft. Pork, quiet; family, tTn.u 21.00;
short clear. 19 2.i(i21.75; mess, l.ii(Ka 18.87.
11IDKH Steari : Ualveitton. 20 to 25 Ins.,
IKc; Cailfornln. 21 to 25 lbs., 19c; Texas dry.
YVCMJL Quiet ; domestic fleece, Tv-w.
TALIXJW-FIrm; city ($2 per pkg.t, c;
24 to 30 lbs.. 14c.
country (pkgs. free!, 1ff5',(ic.
IH EESE Receipt a, 3,242 pkgs.; large firm,
mail nuiAi- fanrv Inrse. colored. fc:
white, -$9r; fancy, email, new, state,
full cream, colored. 10c; white, vc.
EGGS Receipts, 8.1M pkga.; ateaoy; state
and Pennsylvania, 2ijZVic; western can
xirT . a p-airirm- K Orleans. UfMle.
METALS Markets were dull and lacking
In feature today. Particularly was this so
in the case of copper, which ruled flat, with
rinilnlnff tunrionnlps noted. Standard spot
to August closed at tll.&Vll.), lake SU.M64)
It b I , .nl..H . tl 1 7 1 1 k. nnrt CABtlnff
nroved sllchtlv. both soot and futures
gaining Is 3d. Spot closed at 52 lis 3d and
futures at 52 15s. Ixmdon tin eased off 5s
odiiv in suite of the sharo break yester-
day, closing with spot at twii ana iu-
A'.f.I.h .,m 'e.n.n. .frVmilS
lowered 2s 6d to 18 17. English Iron prices
declined. Glasgow closed at 56s 7d and Mld
rileshnroiiah at 51s 3d. The New York mar-
ket closed quiet and steady without change.
warrants nominal. o. 1 rounary, nonn
i in imh-K Mi - tin i fnumlrv northern
:3 0O; No. 1 foundry, aouthern.aoft. 22.0O
OMAHA WHOLESALE ' MARKETS.
Condition of Trade and notatlona on
Staple and Fancy Prod ace.
EGGS Candled stock. 16o.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. flUifMOc: roost
era. according to age. 44iAc: turkeys, 8310c; I
ducks and geese, buc; aprlng chickens, per
ih . incise.
BL'I lt.K 1'aCKing SI oca., lir; Glioma
dairy. In tubs, 17c; separator. 2fXJ21e.
rlng.fcf Plcri" fc; pSC
FRESH CAUGHT FISH-Trout. 10c: her-
whlteflsh, luc; catnsh, 13c; black bass, 18c;
halibut, 11c; salmon, 16c; haddock, 11c;
codfish. 12c: red snapper, loc; lobsters.
boiled, per lb., 27c: lobsters, green, per id,.
Wjc; DUiineaaa, juc.
AHA N Per ton. I1K.
HAY Prlcea Quoted by Omnha Wholesale
Hay Dealcra association: cnoice nay, mo.
upland. 88; No. 1 medium, 87.50; No. 1 1
coarse, 17. Rye atraw, .50. xnese prices I
are for hay of good color and quality. De-
mand fair. Receipts llghf.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown, per doa.
NEW LlililSKI-ivaiamaaoo, avc.
Tt i r a r( ih s now. ryer rut. Aitr.. , i
GREEN ONIONS Per do.. according to
-i - i . it,Tn
size ui uuiiv.111., '-".
1 L'rtrs irD rrr lu.( o. .
BEETS Per basket, 40c . ' .
GREEN CORN Per do., 10c. J
CUCUMBERS Per do., 2530c.
LETTUCE Per dosen bunches, 250.
PARSLEY Per dos.. 80(&35e.
RADIBHES Per dos., xip.-n.
WAX BEANS Home fcruwn, per market
basket, aotitte; atrlng beana, per market
basket, fi Jtc. . i
CABfaAGE California or home grown,
nTv-TL1S" .iifrni. t. ..w.
V'l' AV S r Vuw "( nsas,., IT I
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2.16.
vritit. ...'. I
TtPkrX3Va ral1fr,inla &.VfiflM 1T.1. I
, ... . j-hakat orate If! nae A-haiakat
tl bl .
PLUMS California, per e-Dasaat crates,
hnpv. II lMll H.
PRUNES Per dox, 11.10'gi.za.
PEARS California, per box. 82.25.
APPLES Summer varieties, per bbl..
CANTALOUPBi xexas. per -crate, szi nor
basket, 76o. , -
WATHKMULUIVB rrr iw, ii .vwnrM.w,
PINEAPPLES Florida. td 86 count.
KANANAH-rn ouncn. accoruina to
UKANUJvB vaiencias, m. idioo.w; jaeai-
terranean sweeta. i.utim.o. ,
LEMONS Fancy, 85; choloe, $4.10; 'Mn-
sinaa. 84.60g6.00. ' . ,
ririrn-N.w York, tx.75. ' -
HIDES No. 1 green, 64c; No. .8 green,
51,4c; No. 1 salted, 7e; No. I salted. e:
No. 1 veal calf, 8 to Vii lbs., 8c; No. 2 veal
calf, 12 to 15 Iba., 6c: dry hides.- 8212c; sheep
pelts. 7ic; norse niaes, i.ouiui.ou.
I'UrvUitw rfr 10., oc; snviieu, do.
Nl'TS Walnut. NS. 1 sort sneu. per id..
.n.. I I .1 1. Ik 111., Un a.
lie; nnru siieii, Livr .u., , .-.v. ivn
shell. 10c; No. i hard shell, c; Braxlla, per
KltB r irin: Domestic, lair 10 estrs, 171a m , -! -
Vic- Japanese 4.',i'i4c EOQ8 Steady; fresh nearbyk ISc, loss off;
lti'TTEK-Rerelpts, 4.(140 pkgs.! weak; fresh western "He, loss oft; fresh south-
creBmery, Imitation. 1S'818Hc; factory, lo wtstern, 18c. loss oft; fresh southern, lb
SV.n" . n n,r t icKth 'H 4il The for- n, hoc; jo. 1 nonnern, 10c; u. a nonu- ine inaustnaia and the low-pricea rauroaa
el Ten nr'lci of lead declined Is 3d to 112 6d ocks played only a small part In the
whnePa there was Tno change from FLOUR-Bteady; first patents, I3.904.00; market, the high-priced standard stocks
vie Snelte? was nule and firm at New second patents, 33.7XK&4J M: first clears, $3.W traversing all portions of the country be-
V;.i. Mi,,.,Ji lonHnn .,.. tor was &3.10; second clears. 32.45. , Ing In the van of all the day's movements.
lb., J4c; niDerts, per 10., itc; aimonaa, soitixacoma
hell. 16c: hard shell. 15c: pecans, large, per I BnoWn
ID., lC; SwlHll, ivn;, wjuuttim i, rci uu.. wu,
til. If HEilALD-A. AS. AIUCIII UUUWI IDt
following prices: Iron, country mixed, .per
tun, .iv. w, o.t k-- f". ;"
copper, per lb., 8Hc; brass, heavy, per lb.,
8acV brass, light, per lb.. Ac; lead, per lb.,
6Vic; lne. per lb.. 2c; rubber, per lb., 6c.
St. Lonls Grain nnd Provisions.
BT. LOUIS, July 25. WHEAT Lower
No. 8 red. cash, elevator. 68-Vo: track. t&5
IDIUa r. ... . 11.. nM Tlllv CKlkA' Ha-.. mha
" - , 1 ' " , . , u.ywu.m.,,
c; December, 70Hc; No. 8 hard, new,
fc; oio, (oc.
CORN Lower: No. 8 cash, 62c track.
4c; juiy, tuiio; eeptemoer, ftic; uecemoer,
sue. ..'.. .
OATS-Lowtr; iso. x casn, nominal; iracg,
new, 4ic; 01a, 00c; juiy, tic; oepiemoer,
8sHc; No. 8 white, 4c.
-.v v. . . . j , . " . . . . . .
ents, $3.3oii3.45; extra fancy and straight,
HWUJ.20; 01a or do in 10a per oou nigner;
01a liem, .cmu4.w.
SEED Timothy, steady, 4.804.90.
CORNMEAL Steady, $3.15.
BRAN Firm: sacked. 80c.
HAY Strong; timothy, $.00S15.G0; pral
rte, , .iu.w.
IRON COTTON TIES-Steady, $1.0.
BAGGING Steady. 6M,4Wo.
k HEMP TWINE Steady. c.
PKOVisiUiNB i-ora, lower; joDoing. 01a,
u.jo, new an. 1 j. m, iiuiuiuauy ignrr,
110.6b. L'ry sail meats, steaay; doxsh. ex-
cleara. 811.37H- Bacon, ateady; boxid, ex- I
tra snorts. ii.iv; ciear noa, u; gnon
clear, Ilia. . --
UfTlIU 1 Mm rt firm UffnidTim Hn.1.
ter. firm at 85.06.
POL'LTRY Steady: chickens. lOHc:
springs, 14e; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 7c; geese,
BUTTER -Bteaay; creamery. "W3c;
EUGS-Bteaay, 100. loss orr
F.r-. b. a''
Y nCtL UUa .oa.vw w.uw
Corn, bu 91.000 ,o0o
Oats, DU .uw e.uw
Liverpool Grata and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL July 2S.-WHEAT-Srot.
steady; No. 1 northern, 6s 3d; No. 1 Cali
fornia, dull, es 4a; futures quiet; juiy,
nominal; September, 6e Id; December, 6a
CORN Spot, American mixed, steady; 5a
lld; futures, steady; September. 6s 3d;
Octt-ber, Va 714a. ,
PKOVISIONS Heer. strong; extra India
mess, 107a 6d. I'ork, firm; prime mess west
ern. 82s J. Hams, short cut, 14 to 16 lbs..
quiet, 6us. Bacon, nrra; Cumberland cut,
26 to St) Iba., quiet, 56a; short ribs. II
to 20 lbs., quiet, 59s M; long clear middles,
llaat. 28 to 34 Iba.. quiet. 59s: knx clear
midtllea, hesvy, 36 to 40 lbs., quiet, 58s td;
short clear barks, 14 to 28 Iba., quiet,
5KatVl; clear bellies, 14 to 16 lbs., steady,
6211. Shoulders, aquare cut, 11 to 13 Iba.,
quiet. 47a. Lard, ateady; prime weetern. In
tlercea, ateaay, teaa; American rennea, in
palls, steady, 54a 3d.
CHEE8E Steady; American finest white,
steady, 45s; American finest colored, ateady,
TALIJW-Prlme city, steady. 28s 4d;
Australian, In London, dull. 33a.
KIXJUK St. Louis fancy winter, firm,
HOPS At London (Pacific coast), firm.
5" 5 10s.
PEAS Canadian, steady. 6d.
po.lnta nf .h.,( 4irtn f 1 - tfcrCS
daya 48U.O0O centals, Including J50.0UO Amer
No receipts of American corn during last
Kansas City Grain and Provlalona.
KANSAS CITT, July 25 WHE AT Sep
tember 4T4c; December. 6c: cash. No. 3
hard, 9n7oc; No. 8, abautCi No. 3 red,
6c: No. 3. 3 3t7c.
; CORN September, 4Tc; December, 870
87He; cash, No. I mixed, 62c; jy0. I wnue, 1
Hc; No. 8, oWc
n I o Jo. a wnue, mu, ew. I
R V E No. 2. 62V4io3 I
HAY Choice timothy, SHMOIJllw; cnoice
nralrle. 6.75a7.flO. I
B UTTL R I'rea mery, lV4c; dairy, fancy,
KGGR Steady; fresh Missouri and Kan- I
sas stoca, lo per ooi., loss on, curs re-
Wheat, bu 24.8.i0 7U.4H0
Corn, bu.... 9.800 18.4DO
Oats, bu m.w i,ow
. ,. . , . .
Philadelphia. 1'rodaca Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July 25. -BUTTER
Quiet and steady; extra western creamery,
ltic. loss off.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creame,
prime small, New York full creams,
fair to good, H4f'10c
Toledo Grain aad eed.
TOLEDO. O.. July 25. WHEAT Quiet I
and lower; cash and July, 73Vc; Septem-I
.l'10!. .c'mD.er' . .
CORN Moderately active ann lower; casn 1
and July, 65Vic; September, 6o'c; Decem
ter, 45V4c. '
oat LH111: casn ana juiy, owe; Beptem
ber, 30ttc; new July, 60c; new Beptember,
SEED Clover, dull; October. K12H.
Mlaaeapolla Wheat, Flear and Bran.
MINNEAPOLIS. Julv 25. WHEAT-July.
"Vic; September. 6Hc: on track. No. Ll
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. July 25. WHEAT Mar
easier; jno. 1 nortnern, iwo'.nc; no. 1
rorthern TfZSHc; Bomber. 7H.71c
Kiady; NoT WOc; .am-
ket easier; No. 1 northern, 75'794c; No. 2
coiVi oepiemoer, oo.
PEORIA. IU.. July 25. CORN-Easler
No. J. (II Uc: No. 8. Mo.
OATS Firm; No. 1 white, ISc; No. 1
WHisif v 1 in the nasia or 11. xi Tor nn- 1
Dalntk Grain Market. I
TMfT Tl'l1 IT T . . I K WUTT A T" 1'a.H lUn
"u""' "! " """'r-" ""i. I
OAT S September, 33c.
.... . - .
WEEKLY CLEARIRO BOTJSB TABLE.
Aggregate of Bn.lnea. Traa.-eted r
the Associated Banks.
, w f I 911. n w a a , ur- r. r.B.hV nrlnll VJ.f -
NEW TORK. July 26. The following!,,,,. nnllu infl,i.nc and waa therefore
table. comDlIrd bv urartstreet. shows thai,
b"nk clearing a at the principal dttea for
cnuou uijr T..m f"--- i
lncreaae and decrease aa compared
gew, rl e n'
f J l m -. I m
I St. Paul
SV . , X.V
I Bait Lake City
Fort Worth.. ...1
I Portland, Ore
j Worcester ...
1 Nashville ....
I Springfield, . Maaa....
1 oioux tjiiy
1 Dyrauuao ...........
I XOpCaa ....
-11 River? .
I Helen. ...
I .... L I. .
I Kalamaioo .
436 6 01
I wilkes Barre.
I necstnr III
1 t.,.i tt ...
1 n,,ti,i New York
3 19.459.2321 1 12.1
8.229.f4'J 73 6
. t .
3 43.039,1871 18.8
Vancouver, B. C...
John. N. B,
Victoria, B. C...
Not Included m totals because containing
other Items than clearings.
Not Included In totals because of no
comparison for last year.
sponsion toelc Market.
LONDON, July 25.-4 p. m.-Closlnr:
Conaola tor money.... KHjNorfolk ft Western.,
OO ArtgiiiH J ii
Anaconda tVOnterlo ft Waatara.,
do pfd Kaaaios
Baltimore ft Ohio. .,.1111 do lat pfd
Canadian Paclnc 141141 do Id ptd
f'keeeoeake ft Ohio... UV Southern Br
ChlcA.e U. w nxi aa pid
Chlcaso, M. ft St. P.1H Southern PaelAc...
Denver ft K. u e, union reeine
do ptd I do pfd
Eria V. g. Steal
do lat pfd 101 do pfd
do Id ptd 44 iWahaah
Illlaola Cantral Ill I do pfd
Lou lev Die ft Naah....lM ISnanlah
Mlaaourl. g. ft T.... 11 Hand Mlnea
do pfd as iLMBaara (def.l
New York Central. .. .14111
BAR SILVER-Steady at 24 7-16d
MONEY 2 per cent. The rate of dis
count In tha open market for short bills la
JH'ot 7-ls per cent and ror three-months
bills 8 7-16u2Vt per cent.
IjONDON, July 25. Oold premiums at
IJabon. 23: at Rome. 117: at lieunos A.yres,
130.70; at Madrid. 37.06. Ratra for money
and niacounis were fairly easy today.
Husineas on the Stock exchange waa de-
preeaed. Kafflra were fiat, operators being
engaged In tha carry-over and feeling ap
prebenslvn. ss to tha outcome. The labor
lirobiwro la largely responaible for the de
Cliae in Kamxa. taa ,aluiua4. anarcllw of
native labor having a retarding eneci anu
preventing the employment of white labor.
vi mo tn"" 1111 ' .........
solrileie st 6s M has proved unworkable.
uonsni.' were dull. Americans open-a wesa
In response to New York, and became Ir-
regular on either side of psrlty. There was
some hardening later. The features were
Ht. Pauls and Iulsvilcs. prices closed
sies'iy. mo lintos nardenea ai nmi, du
PARIS, Julv 25. Three per cent rentei.
icof 4, for the account. Spanish 4a, 8I.0&.
Huslness opened unsatisfactory on the
bourse today, but improved on the re-
purchase of rentes. In the last hour thry
reacted materially, hut the general market
I'M1 V"-1,1.";- J"' m"rK't S.lo8'd
Spanish 4s finished aker. Turka sd-
. 1. 1 1 v. . ... ,nuupiiiKin n ri r in . .
receded on unfavorable New York advlcea.
Kaffirs commenced weak on reported forced
sales in London, but Improved later.
kkhi.in. julv 25. Hume funds and in
vestments were firm on the bourse today,
Turks were harder on Parle advices. Mlns
relapsed on unsatisfactory reports from the
manufacturing districts. Exchange on Lon
don, 20m 4Xpfgs tot checks. Ulscount rate
for short bills, l4 per cent; lor tnres
months' hills lu n.r r.nt
KGW YORK STOCKS AKD BONDS.
Large Volants of Dealings Expert
eared In lllgh-Prlced Stoeka.
NEW YORK. Julv 26. Violent price
movement and heavy dealings In some of
tne nign-pricea stocks were tne cnarac
teristica of today's stock market. There
waa large realizing at Intervals, both In
the stock, which mnv ..nw.rd todav and
In others which had prevToualy advanced.
The grangers, the Pacifies, the southern
trunk lines and the eastern trunk lines all
had their Innings In the day's transactions.
The effective factors In the day's deal
Ir.ga were rumors of great financial opera
tions looking to the harmonising and con
solidation concentrating control of greet
tallroad systems. All these were more or
less vague, and none or tnem were ac
corded open or official sanction.
That reaardinr Rock Island waa the most
clearly detlned, and it waa noticeable that
that stock, with something like explicit
Information to go on, fell out of the fore
front of the trading and failed to maintain
all of yeeterday'a advance. There waa
authoritative Information also that an-
otner larae rauroaa system is i iw a-u-
sorpea. tne prevailing Denei pointing 10
St. Louis A San Francisco. Assertions
that Atchison was to be taken over were
I aI.,aI v nn 4.. Tl . . .. -- ..t1n,i, thlnlr
11 . . . . .
concerning tst. 1'aui. tne one assigning 11
but without any authentic countenance
the.unlon Pacino being most persistent,
The southern trunk line consolidation
story and the eastern trunk line readjust-
,hll -toclt mark-t without receiving any
formal authorisation. Even the supposed
Id.'w.. mide to do service by the bulls
Ion the theory that the defeat of the Penn-
hull -it tnr that rrnnn nf aenuritles.
wjille It waa alleged that the Pennsylvania
interests were Duying to coniroi aiciunb
wltn a view to the tranafer of the trana-
continental system In retaliation for the
Gould action In Pennsylvania territory-
An Incident of the day was tne nerce
raid ton Western Union which' forced tt
down over three points by half-point drops.
The stock closed at a rally of a point.
Than la nr.. mine of a gain In cash reserves
of over 31,000,000 by the banks now In spite
of the week's exports or goia, tne oai
ance from the Interior and the excess of
disbursements by the subtreasury having
been more than offset by the exports. , The
I Item of loans, however, Is beyond power
of computation. The margei ciosea very
Irregular, but witn a tew siocaa i
ttnnAm verm firm tnfliv. Total gales, par
value, 322.906.000. United States 4s, regis
tered, advanced Pf cent n tn lMt
call. . . .
The follrrwing are ine closing pnuvs
the New York Stock exchange:
Atchlaoa ' '"4 St. ram pre
do &i tM Bo. Parma
Bal. Ohio no Bo. Railway
do pffl "V a '4 fj
Canadlaa Partflo ....lMti Texas Psolfk...;.. 4
Canada Bo l ITolaoo. "t. U, w. w ,
I nL av R.18M. I At. ntA . ........ M
Chicago. lad. 4k T fWabaak tM,
do pfd IW do sfa.......
Chloaso A B. III. ...'.214 iWbaeL U J
Chlcasu a O. W..A. tl ) do M pfd V.
a nrn ..... ii an DlU.e.aeeesoeseae m
do Jrt pfd, ..!. t7HWl. cantral n
a. J, a A" I ALtl. An n(d S0
do sf d . .
Chlcaso A N. W....M4
C. R. I. A P 4H
Iinitsd BUtaa Ex.
Chicago Tar. at it... ii
do pfd v iftt
C. C. C A Bt. L....1M
Amor. Car tt F..
Colorado 80 I3H
do lat pfd 71
do id pfd 4
Amor. Lin. Oil...
A mar. 8. 4k R...
A nan. Mining Co
Hraokfrn R. T...
Det tt Hudaoa V
Del. L. W 171
Dearer A R. 0 44K
do lat pfd....-
aeatcolorado Fual tt I... HH
do 3d pid
. K9AkirA. ll.l IJ.
Oraat Nor. pfd...
.Ml Cont. Tobaoco pfd.. .1114
Hocklns Vallar t
1 Illinois Can'tri"...!.lM
Int., Panar ....... .. 30
do pta 'n
do pfd 86
Lake Brie tt W 65
National Blacvll ....
do pfd 118
" IV A. XI
No. Amarteaa w
Mat, Bt. Rr
Uav. Cntral ....
PArlfta Coaaa. ........ 71
Paclao Mall 40H
People's Gas 1MH
I Max. National ..
ri.n.iirt S. Car 41
Winn. A 8U L..
M., K. tt T
N. J. Cantral ..
U V rAn.nl .
do pfd.. ........ .. . . 37
Pullman P. car
Republic Steal 184
do SIO n
Tans. Coal 4k I
Norfolk tt W....
Union Baa ak P...... 14'
do pfd av
Ontario A W....
U. g. LMtbar 11 '4
do Pfd "A
U. g. Rubber 14
I a. , ,A
do Pfd M
do td Dfd
V. 8. Bteel nit
Bt. l. ft . r..
do lat pfd....
k do Id pfd
It. 1. Boutnw..
K. C Southern ...
do pfd 1
Hew York Money Market.
kitw tork. Julv 25. MONET On call
steady, 2H"&3 per cent; closing bid and
asked, 2ii per cent; prime mercantile
paper, 46 per cent.
BTERLINCf EXCHANaB-8teady. with
actual buslnesa In bankers' bills at $4.87
for demand and at 34 85 for sixty days;
noated rates. 34. 8644. 88; commercial bills.
i' en.VFRRr. E3c! Mexican dollars. 41Ho.
t BONDS Government, firmer; state, Inao-
I tlve; railroad, firm.
The c osing quotauons on doiiub are as
V. g. ref. is, ng..,.10T U ft K. ant. 4s....
. 1 u i - jtax. to aa.....
..106411 do la Ino
do is. rag
do coupon ......
do new 4a. rag.
do old 4a, rag..
do aa, rag
..! Minn, ft Bt. U 4s
...Ill M.. X. ft T.
...Ill do Is
...10a N. T. Cantral Is..
...10A do sen. IS
...101VN. J. C. gan. ae..
...lot INo. Paclfto 4s
...104 do la
... tf'N. ft W. eon. 4a.
...lei Reading gea. 4a..
Atchison gen. 4s.
do adl. 4a
Bal. ft Ohio 4a...
6dt V, ft I M . M.
do conv. 4a 110Bt. U. ft 8 P. 4s,
Canada. Bo. la.
..io vat. i b. w. u.
Cantral of OA. M....ltl
do la Ine.
8. A. ft A. P.
ni. Av Ohio 4e...iaaA So. Pacldo 4s.
Chloaio ft A. Ia... .Bo. Hallway is.
C, B. ft 4. a. a... M
C, M. ft B. P. g. 4a.. 114
Taxaa ft Pacini Is. ..He
T., Bt. U. ft W.
C ft H. W. . IB....1M
C. R. I. ft P. 4a.. ..110
C C C ft Bt 1, f. 4a. 101
do conv. 4a.
Wabaah Is ,
Chlraa-o Ter. 4e asst
do la ,
do dab. B
Weat snort 4a
W heal, ft U B. 4a
Wla. 'Ceaaral 4a....
Colorado Bo. 4a Mie
Denver ft R. O. 4s. .101
rKrle prior Hen 4s....lM
do aensral 41 K
P. W. ft D. C. la. ..Ill
Van. Tobacco 4s....
Hocking Vl. 4a....lin
Boston gtoek notatloaa.
BOSTON, July 25. Call loans. 3i94 per
cent: time loans, 4fn4V4 per cent, umciai
closing of Btocks and bonds
Atrhleoo 4s Adventure
Mel. Cantral 4a..
.. IIV AmAlAAmAte4 ....
.. 44 iBIiiehaa
.. fli rallimat ek Hecla
..HI ICoppar Hangs ...
,.M0 IDomloloa Coal ..
.. 4 'Franklin
N. E. O. C...
Boetoa A Albany
N. V.. N. H. tt H. tll
PHrhhura pfd 144
t nloa ParlBo Ion 01a uominioa ...
Meilcaa Central .... r Oeraola
Amer. Suer I" Parrot
ao afa nW Qviincr
Am.rl.aa T. A T....144VeaU Fo Copper
Dominion 1. A ...- el
Gen. Elortrte Ul
kfaae. Eletclic 41
do pfo tt1,
N. B. O. A C 44
lulled Pn.it IU.
I rilled roppef
U. 8. Steal lata
J S-i v
naif Wej ...
OMAHA. Julv 26. Bank clearings today,
81.134.569.14; corresponding day last year,
22.214.171.124; Increase, 18.341.
ROSTON, July 25. Clearings, 321.091.S39;
balancea. 81.8M.561. .
HALTIMuRE. July 28. Clearinga. 83.416.
243: balancea. 3433,127; money, 4H per cent.
CHICAGO. July 35Clearlngs. IM.Oei.O;
lie 'e nrea gtUaVaVaVt Now yAVB airheni--
le premium; foreign exchange, 84. Wi for
sixty days, 84.89 for demand.
PHILADELPHIA. Julv 25. Clearings.
(18,646.432; balances, 82,775,628 money, i'ik
NEW TORK, July 2S. -Clearings, 827L
211.356; balances. tll.67S.HA
HT. LOL 13. July 25. Clearings, i,.m,i,,?i;
balances. 81,n83.40; money, steady, 6itj6 per
cent; New York exchange, par.
CINCINNATI, July . Clearings,
550; -money, 8Hi6 per cent; New York ex
change, par to loo premium.
New York Mining; (Isolations.
NEW YORK. July 25.-The following aie
the closing prices on mining stocks;
fan. Cl. Va...
Ieadwood Tarra ..
Iron 8ltrr ........
ytmall Hopva .
. Condition of the Treasnrjr.
WASHINGTON. July 25. Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold
reserve In the division 'of redemption,
shews: Available cash balance, lta,S75,
1S; gold, 99. 469,548.
BOSTON, July 26. WOOL The Commer
cial Bulletin will Bay In tomorrow's re
port on the wool trade of the United
States: "The market is still highly active,
with a free demand from the big combine
and outside mills. Well nigh every grade
of domeattc wool has figured In the sales
and at steadily advancing prices. The rec
ord has been broken by a sale of fine me
dium Montana staple at 20c, to cost 63o
clean. Another high price was 20c for a
line of high H-blood Texas of strictly
twelve mcnths' growth. Scoured Colorado
wool of 1901 clip has been cleaned out of the
market. Dealers as well as mills are buy
ing In Roston. Reports from Buenos Ayres
state that for the first time in ten years
there Is no wool on that market The re
ceipts of wool In Boston since January 1,
1902. have been 169.867.107 Iba.. againdt 130.-
843.293 lbs. for the same period in lwi. 1 ne
Boston shipments to date are 150.801,115
lbfl., agalnat ahlpments of 140,212,799 Iba.
for the same period in 1901. The stock on
hand In Boston January 1, 1902, was 77.340,
4fil lbs.; the total stock teday Is 96,406.455
lbs. The stock on hand July 27. 1901, was
LONDON. July 25. WOOL The offerings
at the wool auction salea today, numbered
044 halea. Comnetltlon waa keen and
prices were firm. Merinos were tn good
demand. Cross-breds were steady. Follow
ing are the sales in detail: New Boutn
Wales, 1,000 bales; scoured, 7Ud(1s 8Vid;
greasy, SdWls lHd. Queensland, 300 bales;
scoured, lOdiWls 8Vtd; greasy, SdfTls. Vlc-
. , n. . I 1 . E 1 , ..- C 1
Aunts, A,OUV liniCB, KUUiril, W74'V 1 " .lu,
greasy, 3d(fjns 2d. South Australia, 706
ales; scoured, nawis Vrti; greasy, i'iw
lia. Tasmania, jkai Dates; scoureo, oym
a-resjrv. Sdfflls. New Zealand. 6.500 bales
scoured, Migis 4Hd; greasy, 34910d.
Cape of Oood. Hope and Natal, 200 bales;
scoured. MtdiSrla: greasy. Sd. Funta Arenas.
200 bales; greasy, 4Qd. Spain, 100 bales;
nosiVlrJ. Julv 25. WOOD Territory
wools are gelling; freely, with consid
erable new wool being taken as well
as old; prices are very strong; fine staple
territories, Wfjozc; etnctiy, omaic; nne ana
fine medium. 48&49c: medium, 4143c. The
supply of Texas wool Is reported to be
ceeaingiy small, wnue mere is a guuu
for the finer grades. Fine staple haa sold
at a good deal above 65c, with even 68a
mentioned as an asking price. Fine wools
are firmer, following the firmness abroad
and the position of fine domestic wools In
the country, unio ana Pennsylvania aaa,
nominal at 80 31c; XX and abovs, 2829c;
X, 2rva27c; Michigan X. U&26c. Delaine
and fine combing wools are In a very firm
position, with the tendency upwsrd. Ohio
flne delaine, 29H31c; Michigan, 2728c; No.
1 washed combing, 2R4T29c; No 2. 27(fr28c;
coarse, 232c.. For this market Australian
wools are very nrm ana pretty tnorougniy
sold; quotations are very firm; combing,
ohotce, scoured basis, 757Sc; good, 72374c;
ST. LOUIS, July 28. WOOD Steady; me
dium grades andcomblng, 1518c; light,
fine, litfl&cheavy flne, 103il3c; tub-washed,
NEW TORK. July 28 COTTON-Futures
opened weak; July, 8.17c; August, 8.05c;
Beptember,' 7.75c: October, 7.70o; November
and December, T.60c: January, 7.62c; Febru
ary and March, 7.63c. Spot, quiet; middling
uplands, to; miuanng gun, c: saies, 04,401
bales. Futures closed very steady; July,
8 40c; August, 8.22c; September, 7.81c;. Octo-
. - --.". - V... T- V. T . n . . n
and February, 1.68c; March, T.7e.
uvERyuuu juiy s-witun-bpoi,
moderate business; prlcea Hd lower; Ameri
can middling, 4 27-32d.
DA. AjUUIO, Ul J IU., Uir, ,
middling, 8"c; sales, 13 bales; receipts, 223
bales; shipments, 240 bales; stock, 17,770
GALVESTON, July 85. COTTON (JUlet
LlvitRTOOij, juiy z&. ctriTuif opoi,
moderate business; prices Hd lower; Amer
ican middling fair. 6 8-lod; good middling.
4 1t16d; middling. 4 27-32d; low middling.
44id; aood ordinary. 4"d: ordinary. 44d.
The sales of the day were 8,000 bales, of
which 1,000 bales were for speculation ana
export and Included 7,400 American. Re
ceipts, 1,000 bales, all American. Futures
cpenea easy ana cipsea very steaay; junor
lean miaaiing, g. o. u., wuiy. r-oiu, uuy
ers; July and August, 4 40-4fT4 41-4d ; Au
gust and September, 4 34-4(&4 35-Md. buy
ers; September and October, 4 ZS-fUfc 24-64d,
sellers; uctODer ana noranuer, innw,
buyers; November and December, 4 14-64d,
sellers-. December and January. 4 12-840
41S-e4d. buyers; January and February.
4 13-64104 13-84X1. sellers; r eoruary ana
March, 412-64d, buyers; March and April,
NEW OKUSANB, juiy a.-4jui luiN
Futures, quiet and ateady; July, 8.7658 79o:
Aua-unt. 8.84Mi41.87c: September. 7.86'&7.87c;
October. 7.62a7.63c; November, 126.96.36.199c;
December, 7.lW.wj January, 7.02a'(').V.
Spot, quiet; Bales, zia Dales; orainary, cwu;
' -. TU,. I.a nldillllll ItLn.
middling, 813-l(c; good middling. 9e; mid
dling fair, tto; receipts, 1,803 balea; stock,
Oil nnd Rosin.
OTT. CTTT. Pa.. July 25. OIL Credit bal-
ances, 31.22; certificates, no bid: shipments,
108.268 bbls.; average, 80,244 bbls.; runs,
84.482 bbls.; aversge, 80,421 bbls.
TOLEDO, o., juiy . 4il uncnangea.
rHART.F.8TON 8. C. July 26.-011-
Turpentine and rosin unchanged.
SAVANNAH, Ul., juiy z. 4JI1 lurpon.
tine, firm, 44Hc. Rosin, firm; A, B and C,
81.10; r, l.lb; 12, i.a; r , !.; .. i.3u;
H, $1.70; I, 12.05; K. 12 68; M. 33.05; 1, 3.40;
W. O., $3 50; W. W.( 33.70.
NEW YORK, July 25. OIL Cottonseed,
quiet. Petroleum, ateady. Rosin, steady.
LIVERPOOL. July . OIL-Splrltg of
turpentine, quiet, B4S.
LONDON, July 25. OIL Linseed, 80b.
Turpentine spirits, 83a 3d. Rosin, American
trained, 4s va.
NEW YORK. July 25. COFFEE Spot
Rio, quiet; No. 7, invoice, 6c; mild, quiet;
Cordova, 88ilV4c. Futurea opened steady.
with nriees uncnanaeo. ana aunng ine aay.
r. a small way, followed an Irregular
course, at one time being 6 points net
higher on active general demand, led by
shorts and the clique, and then later losing
the Improvement and easing off 6 polnta
further before the close, which waa ateady
and net unchanged to 6 points lower.
Bales amounted to 78.500 bags. Including
i.iiv mt Kki6.36c: August. 6.2S6.35c; Sep
tember. .KiiS.3So: October. 620c; Novem-
k.. livnb: December. 6.2(ft.30c: Janu
ary', 1.25c; March, 6.803fi.40c; May, 6.400
5 46c; June, Q4PQ.
Evapornted Apples and Dried Frnlts,
NEW TORK, July 25. EVAPORATED
APPLES The market continuea quiet, with
spot valuea largely nominal; common to
good are quoted at 8 10c; prime, lo Vtl lic ;
li.HL.- fanrv. Iltj4n'12c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunes
for future delivery are fairly active, with
kniA.n inclined to ask a slight advance.
particularly on Santa Claras. Spota are
firm at prlcea ranging from S4(564c for all
grades. Apricots are In moderate request,
with prices unchsnged at 1oV(i14c in boxes
and lOviafltc In baga. Peachea are firm, but
without apeclal feature. Peeled . peaches
are quoted at from Uo to 16o and unpeeled
Dry Goods Market.
NEW TORK, July 25.-DRY GOODS-VThe
market today haa ruled quiet In all de
partments, the demand beliiat barely up to
the average of the previous week daya.
wim clotha are Inactive at previous prices.
t.lnens ruled quiet and unchanged. Bur.
lapa are dull and slightly lowe than last
MANCHESTER. July 26 DRY GOODS
Dull, with a limited Inquiry. Yarns, quiet
NEW YORK. July 25 BI'OAR Raw
firm; fair renning, ceninrugai, w teat
ikr' miilfmri auaar. 2Sc: refined, firm.
NEW ORLEANS. July 25.-810A R Mar.
ket strong; open kettle, 3Hi3 3-16c;.epen
kettle centrifugal. Italic: centrifugal yel
low, 8HO'4c; seconoa. l'aAio.wo. Muiasaea,
4uUi oauitrlfugaL fcala
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Vtrj Few Cattle ea tale, bnt Beef Steen
Wer aUthtr Blow.
HOG MARKET ADVANCED ANOTHER DIME
Sheen aasl l.atnbs Contlnnet( In Good
Demand at Knlly Meady Prices
and l.nmba Mold nt the High
eat Prlra of the Year.
SOUTH OMAHA, July 26.
Official Vednesdav ....
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. i.2Sti 6.413 3.1K3
.. 4.173 10.631
.. 1 6.-0 t.jit
,. 1,4!9 6.444
.. 664 4.510
Five days this week .10.178 83,540 27,370
Same days last week. .. .14.294 21.2'JO 22,7rl
Sme week before 11.7H9 22,776 l.3i2
Pi.me three weeks ago.. 7.2'W o.mi 17,044
Same four weeks ago.... 3.3m& 49.414 18.4nJ
Bume days last year. ...11,761 4o,013 37,242
RKCE1PT8 FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, wltli comparisons
with last year:
1302. 1901. Ine. Deo.
Cattle 4C.424 86. SSI 33,043
Hogs l,4.a.',t7 1.4(.81 72,371
Sheep ool.tlutj 57k. 430 77.8J3
The following table shows the Average
price or hoga sold on the South Omaha
market the last several days, with com
parisons with lormer years:
Date. 1902. 1S01.100.1K.1S96.1897.1SM.
July ....( 7 HHf
7 41 HI
8, 2 97
2 79i 3 27! 2 68
7 32ftl 5 71 5 15
7 411 a 701 6 .161 4 261
821 3 zr z n
3 361 3 92
7 631 6 74 ' t 4 81 3 8!
Indicates Sunday. Holiday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road waa:
Roads. Cattle. Hoas. Bh'D. U'ses.
u., m. Ht. f. 1-ty
Wabaah Ry ..
Missouri Paclflo Ry..
Union Pacific system 4
C. & N. W. Ry
F...E. & M. V. R. R... 12
C. St. P.. M. & O....
B. & M. Ry 1
7 8441 6 81 I 8 781 8 81! I 181 I 86
I 4 t S3 4 82 I 3 61 3 14 1 1
J 3 6 74 i 01 3 781 I 3 211 3 to
ee I a a I ao I a I aa
6 78 I 081 3 78 I 86f f
6 71 6 161 3 831 3 661 S 231 I 87
7 75 11 3 81 3 76 3 28 3
T 62 (83 3868 81 8 82 304
Sxu 6 83 8 13 8 78 3 Si 3 M
7 83HS86tl3t0 2 28 2 7
7 7 5 9a5O483 70 24
7 77Vi I 5 I 02 4 OtJ 8 73 8 IS
8868 13 403 82 3 14 3 7
IT'S 6 08 4 116 8 77 8 15 8 00
7 7 V 77 8 99 3 77 3 17 8 06
7 12 6 64 t 02 8 82 3 20 3 07
7 72 6564944 01 8 25 1 7
7 7374. 6 68 4 87 4 16 3 82 3 98
T t. 1 A A DAI A OC a OOl O Ml O
wv-m w v. a ,ii a o a o-'i m -
6 69 4 9SI 4 181 8 86 8 35
5 07 4 21 3 81
? 681 I 4 34
. , . .
7 10 t
23 'i' Y.
65 U "i
C, B. & Q. Ry
K.. c at Bt, J. Ky
C, R. I. A P., east.. ..
Illinois Central Ry
The dlDoslt'on of the day's receipts wag
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber ot need inencatea:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 899
Swirt and Company....... 30
Cudahy Packing Co 67
Armour & Co 58
Omaha P. Co.. K. C 127
R. Becker & Dgan 6
Hill & Hutslnger
Livingstone & Schaller.... 1
Hamilton 4k Rothschild.... 8
Otter buyers 11
Totals 700 y. 4.616 8,278
CATTLE There wag an extremely light
run of cattle here today, and In fact there
were so few that if one packer had bought
them a it there would have been no more
than enough ror a good killing. That being
tha caae, buyers were rather Indifferent
and the market was not what would be
called active. The supply for the week
shows a Blight decrease as compared with
last week, but there Is not much change aa
compared with the same days of last year.
The beet steer trade In particular waa
very alow and sellers had a hard time to
get steady prices. There were some cattle
good enough to bring 37.85. but aside from
those the quality was Just fair. Trading
waa very slow from start to finish, and
in some caaea salea looked a little lower
than the same kinds sold for yesterday.
The best that could be said of the market
la that It was slow but nearly steady.
The cow market did not ghow much
change from yesterday. Buyers took hold
In fairly good ahape and bought up what
was offered in good season at just about
steady prices. As there were only a few
on sale It did not take long to clear the
Bulls, veal calves nrf stags also aold In
Just about the same notches they did yes
terday. There were only a few gtoekers and
feeders on Bale, and as la generally the
caae at the close of the week, not many
were wanted. There waa a good demand
from the country yesterday, however, so
that the few good bunches that were of.
fered for sale today brought Just about
steady prices. Common kinds, though.
were very slow sale, 'ine lew western cat
tle that arrived today met with ready sale
at just about steady prices. They con
sisted mostly of cows and where they were
at all good thsv sold In good season at
steady prices. Representative gales 1
tie. Av. Pr. No. Ay rr.
1 dtv 1 a . ei. 4a s ao
3 1046 I M 41 114 t 0
K IM ID 1 -....14 t 10
II DO ID 46 V....1U4 t W
U 1140 4 M
STEERS AND HEIFER.
W W I 70
u w a.
f T7I 3 36 10 Kl IN
1 1140 3 10 ' . 1 f I
t 1040 II. 1110 I lo
4 twl I ft 1 ...10M 4 00
1 166 3 00
1 IH IH 1 100 3 Tl
1 1IU 3 70 a 1140 ( Sf,
1 MM 3 7 1 11M 8 10
an 1 00 4
.. Kl 3 48
, to 4 00
110 I 00 1 W 4 78
S40 I 76
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
, 71U 1 74
92 COWB..... 897 3 25 6 COWS 860 I 00
1 COWS XZ5 IBS SCOWS 11X1 m W
11 cr.w.. ' .1060 3 36 8 feeders. .1084 4 50
HOGS There was a light run of hoga
Vir mdav. ao that sellers took advantage
of the oppbrtunlty to force prices a little
higher. The market openeo rainy active
and about a dime higher than yesterosy.
Later In the day trading oecame etui more
active and as there were none too many
hnii to meet tne requirements or local
packers the market got a little atronger
and the clone waa a big dime higher. The
nualltv of the onerings was notning extra,
as there seemed to be more packing sows
snd lens good, fat hogs. Tha bulk of the
hogs of guoa quality soia rrom (t oo to 41 nu
and from mat up to ai.im. ine duik o
the Decking grades sold from 37.60 down.
. Today's advance carries the market
ahnnt back to where It waa on Monday,
but as comparea witn a weea ago tooay
there Is a decline 01 iuuy ik. nepresenta'
at. Bh. Pr.
At. Sh. Ir.
.146 40 1 46
. 110 1 14
.161 140. 1 44
.141 ... 1 64
.12 ... 1 16
.T ... 1 41
.111 140 1 4
.Iftl ... 1 44
.124 ... 1 44
.mo 40 1 46
.It 110 T ao
.214 40 1 47
.tut ... 1 47V
.160 SO 1 40
.111 40 1 M
.114 110 1 W
.14 ... 110
.14T SO 1 40
.114 44 1 40
.167 U0 1 40
.160 .A. 1 40
.111 140 t 44
rzl lio 1 40
141 110 1 45
Ill ... 164
161 40 7 66
161 114 1 66
Ill tvO 1 44
134 40 1 66
ta 40 1 46
140 40 1 46
124 140 1 66
.la 40 1 44
40 1 46
.136 140 1 44
116 110 1 44
144 120 1 6
166 1M 1 64
241 ... 1l74j
40 t 40
..110 tOO 1 40
..Ki4 40 1 40
..111 40 1 44
,.t4 N I U
..111 140 1 US
..tit ... til"
..141 114 1
..111 ... 1 f-2'4
..ill 114 1 &',
..1S4 44 1 ll'l
..tM 140 t
..HI M 1 i:4
..a ei ? m a
.tea lee t it
40 1 IT
44 IkO 40 1 SO
41 VI 40 1 40
41 171 114 1 40
11 ta ... 1 40
64 140 40 1 40
61 1.11 ... 140
44 174 44 1 4!4j
64 !4 40 1 10
10 114 ... 1 10
41 ttl ... Ill
suff-P There were about ten cars Of
.1 . - , mm
sheep and lambs here today, so that the
supply for the weeg la neavier tnan 10
tha earns daya of last week, and about tin
Bums aa for the same days of last year
Packers were all anxloua tor auppiica, an
aa a result a good ateady. active marke
was experienced. Wethers and yeeriiivg
miinl a,, lit aa hlrh aa tl. and a Strln;
m,t laanb ec" k teVIS whicli ta tne Alehs
price paid so far this year. They were
better bunch of lam hs, however, than h.s
been here before this 'year. A goo.l part
of the receipts waa sold to arrive, so that
trie actual numn. r on aaie waa not very
large, and everything waa disposed of In
Feeders continued In goon demand at
fully steady prices, with the supply very
Uuotatlons for clipped stock: Good to
choice yearlings, l4.fxi-ij4.7o; fair to good,
14 o)4.oli; good to choice wethers, 34.10i4.36;
lair to gooa wether. 83.ti44.1o; good to
choice ewes, 33. inu4.tl: fslr to good ewes,
3.1 IMi 3 76 ; good to choice spring lambs, 3A00
vs.z; fair to goon spring lambs. ..7htf-W';
leedet wethers. 33.0O4i3.25: feeder yearl'ngs.
t-t.lo443.50: feeder lambs. 33ona390: feeder
ewes, il.ij'a'.-'A. Representative sales:
No. Av. Pr.
112 Nrbriska sheep 61
I,i6l Idaho ewea and wethers... 88
20 Idaho yearling wethers
S9 Idaho yearling wethers......
327 Idaho spring lambs
814 Idaho spring lambs
CHICAGO LIVES STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Steady, Hogs Higher and Sweep
nnd Lambs Lower.
CHtrinn ti k r'AT-rttr T.ir,ts
3. b"0 head, including 2,000 Texans; market
steariy; good to orime steers, nominal.
$7.8&4j8.70; poor to medium, 34.60if7.80: stock.,
era and feeders 82.(0 6 26; cows, 81.60i96 50;
neiters K.2ryB 6"; fanners. l.60tf2 60; buns
t2.264i6.25; calves. 32.504is.E0: Texas fed
steers, 34.0Oj6.00; western Bteer. IB 60.
11UV4B Kceipta, t.W) head; catlmatnq
tomorrow, 8,0u0; left over. 2.600: market
S-iilOo higher; mixed butchers, 37.2tlt7.0;
good to choice heavy, 37.7rMf7.82yk; rough
heavy, 87.2.MI7.60; light, 86.75'7.70; bulk of
salea, 7 46j7.70. .
SHEEP AND LAMPS ReceipU. 8,000
head; aheep lower and dull, lambs lower;
good to choice wethers, 34.0OT4.76; fair to
choice mixed, 82.75(4.00; weetern sheep,
32.504.75; native lambs, 33.607.00.
Official yesterday: ,
Cattle, 8.273 8.008
Hogs 10.655 2.' a
Sheep 19,020 694
Kansas City Live Stock Mnrket.
K ANSA 8 CITY. July 25 CATTLE Re
ceipts, kuO heed natives, 600 head quaran
tine, 130 head quarantine calves, 40 head
native calves; natives, nominally steady;
quarantine steady; stockera and feeders,
steady to lower; choice export and dressed
beef steers. 37.50 00; fair to good. 33 Vp
7.65; stockers and feeders, 32.252M. 90; west
ern fed steers, 34.0Ofi.OO; Texas and Indian
steers, 33.lrXa4.26; Texas cows, $2.80(83.00;
native cows, $l.7xfr6.06: native heifers, 32.80
fcA.00; canners, Sl.26e4.76; bulla, 33.lOtT4.00;
HOGS Receipts, 8,350 head; market Mf
10c higher, cloning firm; top. 37.76; bulk of
sale. S7.SMr7.0; heavy, $7i7Hf?7.7!ri mixed
packers. 37 .mrfM; light. 9Tk7.47H; york
er.37.8r"S'7.47; pigs, I6.6ti.90.
feHKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 630 head;
market firm; lambs, lower: native lamha,
S4.4MpS.30; western lamba. 8S.2iVff6.00; native
wethers. 84-3)6.16: western wethers, 33 f.
4.76; fed ewes, V1.66jH.0; Texas clipped
yearlings, 33.75(94.66; Texas clipped sheep,
33.404(3.(5; Blockers and feeders, I2.8O93.20.
New York Live (took Market. .
NEW YORK, July to. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 8,673 head; steers firm and log-loo
lower; bulls and cows dull: steers, 36.009
7.00: no strictly prime here; bulls, 33.fwvffR.00;
cows, 82.0Oig4.40; fat heifers, 85.0CA&S.26.
Cablea quoted live cattle lower at 14H9
16Vc, dressed weight; refrigerator beef,
steady at 1313Hc; ahlpments, 810 head
cattle and 2.K) quarters of beef; estimated
tomorrow, 600 head cattle and 4,608 quarters
..9AYE8TRece,Pt"' 107 fc'0: A""! u,
4.6(VS'7.50; choice, ,7.76.
HOGS-Recelpts, 1,898 head; state, 88;
mixed western, 87.65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8,221
head; 10 cars on Bale; sheep, firmer; Iambs,
t. Lonls Live Stock Mnrket.
jST. LOTJI8, July 25 CATTL15 Receipts,
2.000 head. Including 1.700 bead Texas; mar
ket dull, steady; native shipping and ex
port steers, - 88 00417.50, with extra fancy
worm up to s.ft; dressed beef and butcher
steers, 34.50iSi7.25i steers under 1,000 Ibg., 83.00
P-26; stockers and feeders, S3.2wtf6.00; cows
and heifers, 12.25(.50; canners, 11.752 86:
Skiillai BVI eye rfsA t . . 1 . . n,a aa..a a, A mJM
uiAi.ai, mm. iuhi.uu; caAivea, ao.ouq,ou; iexag
and Indian steers, S3.00ig6.76; cow aad
HOGS Receipts 2.000 head; market lOo
hlaher; pigs and lights, 37.30(7.o. packers.
37.5XM.70: butchers, 37.6R(ff8.0o7
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1200
head; market steady; native muttons, 84.00
&264.76rab' M-7646J eul1" n1 bticka.
St. Joseph Live Iteek Market.
file TOOPOU Tt. . . win. w w.
celpts, 611 head; steady; natives, 34.503
8.26' rowa anrl Vi f-a ei rjuft a w. 1 -
S2.6O.O0; balls and stags, 2.60a43.25'; stock-
era ana reeaers, fz.tn mya. 10.
huus Keceipts, 2,896 Lead; 10c higher;
llo-Vi arA llvh, mlvul ecT an.
and heavy, S7.4&87.76; pigs,' 4.1iig.U bulk,
BHKEP Receipts, 684 bead; steady.
Sloan City Live Steck Mnrket.
SIOUX CITY. la.. July 25. (Sneelal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 200; market
steady; beeves, 36.60iQ7.25; cows, bulls snd
mixed, 82.605.00; stockers and feeders, 32 50
64.60; yearlings and calves; $2.6Off4.00.
HOGS Receipts, 2,000; market 10o higher:
selling,, I7.204f7.60; bulk, 2.3&0j7.45.
took In Sight.
The following table shows the racatnta nf
cattle, hogs and sheep at the five principal
markets for July 26:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
South Omaha 4 4.610 3.18
Chicago 3. M0 9,000
Kansas City l.ro 2.350
St. Louis 2,C 2,000
Bt. Joseph. SIX 8.896
Totals 5.J45 20,755 18.447
Visible Snpply of Cotton.
NEW ORLEANS. July 28.-8ecretarv
Hester's statement of the world's visible
upply of cotton shows the total visible
SB 1.909.288 bales, of which 1,188,286 bales are
American cotton. .,
Deadlock In Texaa District.
DUBLIN. Tex.. July 26. The democratic
congressional convention for the Twelfth
district In session here has taken 8,500 bal
lots without cnoice. The balloting pro
ceeds with good humor on all sides, but
there Is an absolute deadlock between the
THIS REALTY MARKET,
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Friday,
Mary C. Thaw to Presbyterian Theo-
logicay seminary, undivio-11 lots l ana
4. block H. Omaha I 1
H. J. Grove and wife to A. H. Msrman,
lots 11 and 12, diock 2S, Benson add.... xw
Q. C, Todd and wife to Benson Land
Syndicate, lot 20 block 18, Henson.... 1
P. E. Nelson and wife to Charleston
Realty company, lota 21 and 22, block
8. Mlrsourl avenue park lot)
Charleston Reglty company to H. C.
Hiulnn, same sun
llt Clnlna Deeds.
J. ta Welsh and wife to J. R. Webster,
lot 0, biocg luz, ununi 1
Total amount of transfers,
f HTEIP QUARTERMASTER'S OrFTCE.
Omaha, Neb.. July 23, '.Sealed pro
poxate. In triplicate, will l reeslved at this
omce, ana ei unn. , idih,..,., w.
Fort Reno, Okie., until 10 a. tn., tantral
time, August 12. 1902, for furnishing 226,0u0
pounds oata at Port Reno, Okla. Proposals
lOr OrUVVI fc uww, vvum m,.t. vv r ,,,,. -
Lined U. 8. reserves right to reject or
accept any or all propoaals. or any part
thereof. Information fumlnhed on applica
tion here, or 10 quartermaster at po
named. Envelopes containing proposals
ahould be marked "Proposals for Oats."
addreeaed to undersigned or to Quartermaa-
ter Port Reno, Okla.
C. Q. M.
OFFICE CON8TRITCTINO QUARTER
MASTER. Observatory Office Building, Deg
Molnea. Iowa, July 26. 19 2. Sealed pro
poaala. In triplicate, v. I'.I be received here
until t p. m., Auguat 2o. 19ii2, for construo
Ing. plumbing electrlo wiring, steam heat
ing and gaa piping at Fort Dea Moines,
Iowa. 1 field officers' quartera. 3 double se's
officers' quarters, 2 double seta non-eom-mlaaloned
(ifncers1 quarters, 1 double cav
alry barrack. 8 cavalry atables, 1 guard
bouse, 1 administration building. 1 hospital,
I hipiil auward'g quartera. 1 h'-7 ahed.
1 granary, 1 magaslne, 1 oil house. Inform,
stlon furnished on sppllcatlon here or at
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Paul, Minn. U. 8. reserves right to accept
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