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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1902)
TITE OMAHA DATTjY UTm.".! SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1D02.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
' lWra Land Hard on Corn gcd Pnih Co teal
OTHER LINES AFfECTED BY WEAKNESS
Wkl aad Oat RMrdt with Coarse
Praia, Which I ACeeted by Pr
(cet Weather ! Com
tlaae la Desecat.
v CHICAGO, Aug:. 1 Corn wss himm'rsd
fut and fiercely by the bear today. The
grow I mi crop wss ripening loo rspiuly un
der the Influences vt perfect weather to
suit the holders. In the general alarm
there mi a panicky arop of 4,c and a de
cline of over 7o In a weK. ihe pit and
country side were both hearten. Buth ae
llveriss of wheat alo were too heavy tor
price and on sympathy everything turned
very sick and heavy. Even the fortunate
shorts would not cover enough accounts to
relieve the slump. At the clone September
corn was 2(4(1 -e depressed, Beptember
wheat 4'ifTfcc aown and Beptember oats tic
lower. provision had Inherent etretigui,
but closed unchanged to o tower on the
The corn pit was filled with bears from
the sound ot the starting gong. The coun
try was selling and the professional took
an active part on the hear side. For the
last two or three months corn had been
bulled to death. Today tha outlook for
cross could not have been better. Hay
and oata, as well as corn, promised abun
dant yields. Even with tha wheat market
weakening on tha prolific season, tha gen
eral opinion was that tha coarse grains
were still far out of the natural range
with wheat. The opening sales today In
dicated a heaviness, but It was some time
until the avalanche of selling orders struck
the pit and resulted In the break of 2c.
Corn came from all Quarters, both from
longs and shorts. Stop loss orders came
out ana men miners aumpea long stun:
freely. Shorts became light buyers, but
the demand for covering did not equal the
desire on the part of the longs to sell out,
and September, which sold at 5i'(j56Wo.
floundered at fcoTfcc. There was a III lie re
action late, but the close was very weak,
aatrtHc lower at 64c On the decline De
cember touched 3SHt,c and May 3sc. Bulls
were simply terror-stricken. Una story
that went the rounds was that the Influen
tlsl hull Interests had closed out their
holdings. Receipts were very small at 37
cars, but had no upholding effect.
Wheat was Influenced to a great extent
by the weakness In corn. Big commlmuon
houses were selling freely on the tine
weather, big deliveries and bearish crop
advices. Receipts still kept above last
sear's figures. There wss moderate early
buying by shorts, which steadied prices for
a time against lower cables and other
bearish Influences. When the corn creak
came wheat went off In al! options. Clear
ances were poor and augmented tho de
cline Cash business was at a goo.? pre
mium, as high as 4e, but the re I ling pleas
ure persisted and most options closed lo
lower. Business was heavy. Beptember
opened Higc to a shade down at bHc to
tc sold at 6Ki,it',c, broke to S7o
and closed weak, VuTc down at 68a. Lo
cal receipts were 2-b cars, none of contract
grade; Minneapolis and Duluth reported 72
cars, making a total for the three points of
2i8 cars, against 611 last week and 279 a
year ago. Primary receipts were 1,037, Of
bushels, compared to 812,000 bushels last
year. Seaboard clearances In wheat find
flour equaled 8;3,j bushels. Argentine
shipments were 4ft,ooo bushels, against ImH,
000 bushels a year aso.
Oats were lower, with corn, on favorable
weather and good crop advices. There was
llb ral offerings at times and only a Iignt
demand. Receipts were mora llberul and
the sentiment was generally betr'ih. Tha
cash rtmand was fair, but bad little efrct
tit-Member sold from 81c down to Wo
and closed weak, o lower at 21c. Re
ceipts were 174 cars.
Provisions were liquidated, again by the
outside. Hogs were lower, but packers
upported well for a. time and helped In an
- ri.Jy. The ccir:.- tzhn::;
ti ought a late slump. The close was gen
erally weak. September pork closed 86o
lower at $16.50; September lard, unchanged
fie lH1U6, aDd sPtmber rlo off at
Estimated receipts for tomorrow! Wneat,
fl't"' 5orn' 86 c,r,i oaw cars; hogs,
lo.ooo head. i
Members of tha Board of Trad Voted not
to adjourn business tomorrow In honor of
Kins Edward's coronation.
The leading futures ranged M follows t .
Artlolaa.1 Open.i High. Low. Cloo. Terr.
wJax r is mit
7iaw Mi 67 66fe 66fi" K7 V to
70 69 tii70' 4Va
w e """ i"stWu"i
40-lVa 41 8V 40 4l2
t U 884 40
"ViS 81 80' to
2to 2X 2J1-I
SVfc&S t4tt7s 39 ', lovj
1 75 16 8S It GO it 50 85
16 80 16 95 14 2V4 16 !V4 14 96
16 20 150 14 70 14 70 tf 40
JO 7H 10 SO 10s 10 75 10 78
I 10 10 70 TO 10 12U
60 60 8 87 S 87 8 65
10 80 10 85 10 UH 10 15 10SR
10 00 10 00 60 9 80 10 02U
00 8 00 7 80 7 80 8 08
a Old. b New. No. i.
Cash quotations were as follows!
FLOUR Easy; winter patents, tJ.rv
1.70; straights, 8J.ltyfi3.EO: clears, 82. 8P3 );
spring specials, 84 g4. 80; patents, 3.6KXii
8.75; straights, 83.0ubJ.20.
wheat No. 8 spring. 72o: No. spring
rai2c; No. 8 red, Ltfe.' "P"-.
CORN-NO. i, 67i86VHo; No. I yellow,' 599
QiTP-l:a J' "ViOMo; No. I white, 85ao.
RlB-NO. 8, DlO.
BARLEY Fair to choloa malting-, 56Ni0e.
SEEDS No. 1 fl.,, fi.48; No. 1 oVthl
western, 81.48; prime timothy, lS.0Cii6 10i
clover, contract grade, 8J 50.
f ROV1BION8 Mees pork, per bb! r.6.40
fll-46- Lr,i per. lu lom tlOwWbo.
Short rlbe aides (loose), $10.06 n 10.16. Dry
salted ehouldera (boxed). 89 12 . n a. 25 Shore
clear sides (boxed), $11.12H'tfU ji
WHUHI-On the bade ot hlJ wlnaa.
The following- ara- the recslpU and ship
ments: ... Receipts. Shipments.
Flour bbls 17,0,0 " loo,,)
Thl bu , fcj.ooo. 1S9.00
torn, bu. .......... ........... 12m)
Oata, bu. u..2s.im) ' : iuiiuit
lire, bu flo ,
Oarley, bu SUUU
On tha Froduce exohange today the but
ter market was !edy- crea.ruerles, la
llkc; dairies, l.-,aiss,c. Chetse, steady at
losUa Egs, lirmer; fresh. 17c.
HEW YORK GEIEIUL U1RKET,
Qaertstleae the Day Varloas
1or.Jl"M. 8s.tw4ij.s5; winter extras.
J.U'4.aSS; Minnesota bakors. 8J.li.n3.85; win
ter low grauis, U.e4.i. Re iour, dull
aales, U bbli.; fmr to good, 4J.25iij.to:
.,VhM.Al' y. yellow western.
tLi JF'V l iS: Rrniywl'e, tt.4fei.fri. "
KlffcWek; No. 1 western, (mc. f. .
e'er?."1 lt' S;:if4o c- New York,
RAhLEr-Qulet; feeding, 84o. 0. t f..
fiEAT-Recetpte. 1M.S3 bu.; exports.
I3.i!vJ uu. Kuot. easier: No. 1 ..
eievator. and ij,te, f. o. b., "afloati
t il "VerJJ- I'"'n. Ho. f. o. b., afloat
No 1 bard, Manitoba. Ua, t. o. b. afloat
Influenced by a violent break In corn and
continued favorable crop poeliion. whent
developed positive Weakness tt,dy. with
heavy llqul.lai on. cloem Utflc net lower
In face of a big eport trade. May, 7v
74 1-ltw closed at 7ic; Srpternber. 711-l..
iJ-iC. closed at 7.c; becember, 7J l-l'.ij.J.c
iuM-d at i3-c '
i:un.M-ii ports. 10.T2 bu. Epot weak
No J. Me f o. b. afloat. Wholesale uii-lua-ling
of September and IvceoiUer corn
toiy promoted eatreme weasnees and de
cline, iht maraet cUxung li;Ho net lower
y. 4.-. 8 ,e. clor.t at i. e; September'
fc wc-. closed et bic; L-eveniber. 4ovJ
4oHo, ioiied at 4ic.
OATA lltceipu. 54.0CO bu.; exports 6 095
bu. fcuot, qult; No. I old. ;c; No 8 old
e.w; No. 8 wiilte, 7oc; No. 8 white, tec; track
mixed western. tiJe; track white western
and track hlte state, 7oo. '1 tie option
ionrkt alno and heavy ututer
iiquidatiun broueht about by flue crop news
i-) trie corn bicsk.
HAY-Him; shipping. fcsyrOc; good to
Cho! 1 ( 1 106.
HuPH-liim; ststc, prime to choice. 111
crop, lsiu -!; l"o; olds, ;i .'; state
coniiii' n to t i. on e i,i crop. ic.uiM-; If i
rrop, i ; ooi, 1iiia:; 1'acino coast
crif - c; )u) ciop. 179lHc: oM, -,elVc.
I AT ur it Steady; acid. z0?Sc.
lul r v-b'ec:y; Galvrston. lu to 1 Ibv,
:; t rnuia. ti lo ii w., lc: Texas Ci y
s i S-) It -. . nr.
-i-.CVi;ui-Bef, quiet; family, $.-
1,'7 bbls.; export., 18,2 this.; market
Weak and again lower; winter pateirts, 3 7(i4
4.00; winter atralirnts. U.4a,i i- vn.Tl
eiSW; mess, !J flnlS 50- beef bams, 872 0
u.i); n-ket, i4.i.iii.; city eitra India
mes, jt "t.:i io. Cut menta, siesdv; pit k ed
b illes, (lin'u 12.60; pickled shoulders, M.7fc"
picaiei nnma, u tu iz "0. Lara,
steady; western steamed, f lo tnii il.On; Au
gust closed at til, nominal: relmed. steadv:
Mouth Amerla, 811.76; compound, tKVllf
a rt; ronimeni, ii.'. I'orK, essier; tamliy,
yury an.M); short, clear, 8n8.0oti21.26; mess.
WOOL-Bteedy : demestlo fleece, 2HiJoc.
TALIXJV' liull; city (ti per psg.). t9
6r; country (pkics. free), t"fii V.c.
MICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, ih
6c; Japanese, 4voc.
MOLASatt Stcaoy; New Orleans, 8S
BUTTKR Receipts, 4 678 pkgs.; steady;
stAte dairy, 17ac; state creamery, 174joVib;
Imitation creamery, 16V&1714e; factory, l4Va
CHEKflB Receipts. 8.146 nltss ! dull;
fsnoy large, colored and white, 8'ic; fancy
email, new state lull cream, colored and
EOU9 Receipts, 6.870 Dkrs- Irregular:
state and Rennsylvanla, aoVirMc: western
cantuea, i'cr-30c; western uncandled, irWlRe.
1'OULTRl- Allves Steady; chlcsens,
ISHc; turkeys, 11c; fowls.-Uo. Dressed
Firm; chickens, 14c; fowls, Mftc; turkeys,
itUKJ. T '
OMAHA WHOLSIALC MARKETS.
Ceadltlons of Trade ! eaetatlBS
taple aad Fancy Predaee.
k EGOS Cndled stock, ISc.
uit, rvDiiKi-MMii, c; roosters, ac
cording to age 4iQ6c; turkeys, fcirioc; ducks
and f;eese, woc; spring chickens, per lb..
BUTTER Packing stock. lZHUJc; cholca
dairy. In tubs, IWflw:; separator. 2U21e
FRE8H CAUGHT FIBH Trout, loc; her
ring. 6c; pickerel, 8c; pike, c; perch, 6c;
buffalo, dressed, 7c; aunllsh, 5c; blucflns, 8c;
whltelish, 10c; catfish, ljc; black bass, Ifco;
halibut, 11c; salmon, 10c: haddock. 11c: cod
lish, 12c; red snapper, 10c; lobsters, boiled,
per lb.. 27c; lobsters, green, per lb,, 26c;
BRAN Per ton, 815.
HAT Prices quoted by Omaha 'Wholesale
Hay Dealers' association: Cholca hay. No,
1 upland, 87.60; No. 1 medium, 87; No. 1
coarse, 86.50. Rye straw, 6.W. These prices
are for hay of good color and quality. De
mand fair. Receipts light.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown, per doa..
fiV.W CFXERT Kalamaxoo. 8nc
POTATOES New, per bu., 2otS36c.
GREEN ONIONS Per dos according; to
Size of bunches. lbfQXKs.
TURNIPS Per bu., 80e.
REE itl Per basket 4oo.
GREEN CORN Per dos., 5s.
CUCUMBERS Per dos,, lftc.
LETTUCE Per dos, bunehea, 80a
PARSLEY Per doa., "&c
RADISHES Per dos.. .
WAX BEANS Home grown, per market
basket, SotfrsAc; string beana, per market
CABBAGE California or homo grown,
ONIONS New California, In sacks, per
TOMATOES Pef market basket SOo.
NAVX BEANS Per bu., tZIA
PEACHEfl-Callfornla Bt. Johns, 7S0c;
Arkansas Elbertaa, per 4-baket crate, 65
iiHOc; per 6-basket crate, 8L&0; California,
Craw ford a, 80c
PLUMS California, per 4-basket crates,
fancy, 81; Japanese, In peacfh boxes, 81.10;
Kelsey Japan, per 4-basket orate. 11.26.
PRUNES Per box. 8U
PEARS California, per box. 81.85.
APPLES Bummer verities, per bbl
CRAH APPLES Per bbl.. 88.
CANTALOUP Texas, per crate, $3; par
WATERMELONS Crated. 15g26o.
GRAPES Southern Catawbaa, per 20-lb.
era U, 81.M.
BLUEBERRIES Per 18-4t Cass, 83.23
PINEAPPLES Florida, 88 to 86 count
BANANAS Per bunch, according to slse.
ORANGES Valencies, 84.T5Q5.00; Medl
t;r: " u raMM.K.
LEMONS Cel. Llraonelra, 84.50S4.75: Mss
CIDER New Tork. 88.76.
HIDES No. 1 green, No. I green,
6'4o; No. 1 salted, 8c; No. Z salted. 7c;
No. 1 veal calf. to 12 lbs.. 8c: No. 1 veal
calf, 12 to IS Ibs.i 6c; dry hides, 812c; sheep
pelts, 76c- horse hides, ll.ty".;'2.50.
rurtuHn-rw in., oo; Snellen, ao,
TklTT-ra W.lniil, KJa 1 m ,U-tt Ik
12c; hard shell, per lb., Uhte; No. 8 soft
snen, ioc: no. s nara sneii, c; tiraina, per
lb., 14c: Alberta, per lb., 12o; almonds, soft
shell, 16c: hard shell, 15c; pecans, large.
rer lb., uo; small, ioc; eocoanuts, per doa.,
OLD METALS A. B. Alpern quotes tha
following prices: Iron, country mixed, per
ton, IlLoO; Iron, stove plate, per ton, 88.00;
MAnnw IK S 1 , r. ' K u V. .. m Ik
8ic; braaa, l.ght, per lb., feHc; lead, per lb.,
80; slno, per lb., tc; rubber, per lb., 60.
t. Imls Grtls and PrwvlsiaHa. .
ST. LOTTT8. Aug. . WHEAT Iower: No.
8 red cash, elevator, esan6c; track, Septem
ber, 62c; December, -64 c; No. I hard, 64i3
CORN Lower: No. I cash. 66o: track.
67ffj57Hc; September, 45c; December, 861.40.
OATS Lower; No. 8 cash, 28o; track. So
80c: September, 2fxtf26Vc; December, &c;
o. i wnue, ooc, om.
RTE steady at 4tic.
FLOUR Dull: new red winter patents.
r l0ua.20; extra fancy and atralght.
06; clear, 82.66(54.75.
SEED Timothy, 84 Tor August.
COKNMEAL Steady at 83. M.
BRAN Dull; sacked, ast track, 70c
HAY Strong: timothy. ii0.0outU.60: oraU
WHISKY Steady at 81.81.
IRON COTTON TIES-81.08. ...
,BAUGINO VS4Tio. . . .
HEMP TWINE 8c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: lobbing. 81175
for old. 817.15 for new. Lard, lower at
810.52H. Dry salt meats steady; boxed, ex
tra shorts, 811; clear ribs, 6H.UH; short
clear, ill. 374- Bacon, steady: boxed, extra
shorts, 8U.8. tti clear rlbe, 112; short clear,
MKTALB Lead: Firm at 14.00. Spelter:
Strong at 85.2t.
POULTRY Firm; chickens, 64c; aprlngs,
12c; torVevs, 13c; ducks, 7c; geese, 4Hc
BUTTER Steady: creamery. 17itfflo!
liGUS Steady at 15a.
.. 7,000 8,000
.. 20,000 86,000
.. SLOuO 46,000
Liverpool Grata avad Prevlaloaa.
LIVERPOOL. Am. g TVHK AT flrvot
No. 1 northern Sprung, quiet, 6s IVid; No 1
California, dull. 6a 3'4d. Futures: Quiet;
September, 5s llHd; December, 8, lO"--
CORN Soot: fcteadv: American e V;1
6. Futures: Dull; September, 6a; October,
4s i;V,d; January, nominal.
PRO VIHK iNt-Beef, strong-: extra India
ern, strong, tlSs 6d. Hams short cut, i to 16
western, otd. itmi, snort cut, 14 to 16
lbs., quiet, 6s. Bacon, firm; Cumberland
cut, zo to w ids., quiet, boa; short ribs, 14
to 24 lbs., quiet. 6ua: lour, clear miil.llu
light, 28 to 84 lbs., steady, :'S6d; long, clear
inioiiics, iiruTjr, u y ios., steauy, 9s;
short, clear backs, 16 to 20 lbs., quiet,
6s6d: clear bellies, 14 to '14 lbs., ateariv.
6.1. Shoulders, square cut, 11 to 18 lbs..
steady, ias 6a. Lard, quiet; prime western.
In tierces, 54s 6d; Amerlcaa refined. In
CHEESE Steady: American finest whit
steady, 4is6J; American II nest colored.
TAI.LOW-Prime city stesdy, tSa; A us
traltan, in London, dull, 33s.
r liOUR Bt. Louis lancy winter, firm.
8s 'l. '
HOPS At London (Paclfie coast), firm,
PEAS Canadian, quiet, 6j 8'4d.
Receipts ot wheat d urine: the last thr.
days, Sj.ooO centals, ail American. Receipts
of American corn during the last three
days, 100 centals.
Kaasas City Ural aad Prevl.ie...
Kansas city. Aug. 8. wheat sn-
teitiber, ic; IVcember, CHflKHc; cash. No.
8 hsrd, t."c; No. 8, SJatwc; No. 1 red, Ijc;
CORN September. 41S'fl'4H.c: TW,mW
SJ'ijoJ'iC; caah. No. t mixed. 5iV.e: No. 1
wlme 6H?iiiic; No. 8, 67c.
OATS No. 8 white, 1360.
RYE No. I, 44'-..;(),ac.
HAY C hoice tiuioihy, 89.50glO.00; choice
prelrle, 16 bvyti te.
bUTTER-Creamery, 13c; dairy, fancy,
EOG8 Weak; fresh Missouri and Ken
ans stock, HvsO dos., loes otf, cases re
turned. . . Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu lt,4o 164. frO
Corn, bu 2o.') Jo.jo
Oats, bu la.ouO Is.uoO
Mtlwaakee gralai Market.
MILWAUKEE.' Aug. 8. WH HAT Mar
ket lower; No. 1 northern. TKc; Nu 2 north
ern. 77c; September, 6.N
RYE I-nwer; No. 1. fc..,6Se.
liARLLl-l'irm; No. 2, tk;ac; sample.
I. ORN September. 6lHc
Mlaneapolls. Vi keat Kleer aad Braa.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 8.-WHKAT Hrw
Uuiber, Decciuuer, 6jvio'Cj u
track No. 1 hard, not quoted; No. 1 north
ern 7.e; No. 8 northern. 7l"4e.
FI,OUH Klret patents, 88."i8.ln; second
patents, 88 floa.Tt.; (irst clears, 83.0iVg'3.1tii
Seeond clears, 13 40.
BRAN In bulk, 61175.
Toted Orsla aad Reod.
TOLEDO. O.. Aur. 8 WHEAT Active.
wesk. Cash. 9c; September, 6c; le-
vemipr, iih-i May, uo.
CORN Active, weak. Cash, 2c; Sep
tembers 61c; December, 3'JVtc.
OATS Dull, weak. CHsh, 28c; new Bep
tember, 811c; new December, 294C.
t;Kj;i clover, dull, easier. October,
66 January, 8R.16.
RIE No, i, 6oc
reerla Market. '
PEORIA. Aug. 8. COR N Easy ; lower;
No. 8, 6Kc I
OATS Essy. lower; No. t white, 84tt
84c. billed through.
WHISKY-On the basla of 11.81 for fin
Dalatkt Grala Market.
PULUTH. Aug. 8. WHEAT No. 1 hard,
74c; No. 2 northern, WV; No. 1 northern,
70".c; September, 67i('t-7Hci December,
OATS September, 80c; December, JSo.
KKV tobk stocks and bonds.
Fresh t'pward Meveaaeat Followed by
Depreealoa In Soano Railroads.
NEW TORK, Aug. 8.-Thero were efforts
to shift speculative Interest into new quar
ters of the market. The opening dealings
of the market showed that the glamor of
tho supposed plan for merger of the south
ern trunk line railroads had taken hold on
the Imagination of the specjlatlve world
and most of tho stocks which were vio
lently affected yesterday started off on a
fresh upward movement today, although
It became quickly evident that tho move
ment waa overrunning Itself.
The deslr t i,k. mhi. .., ,v wit
that prices bad been lifted above the In-
innsio vaiue ot tho stocks had prompt re
action In Illinois Central. Louisville
NashiHlls DrH 1.. I Ii . , . I
Valley. Tho last named stock not only lost
- i'"B iew ui inis morning, out ail of
well "en,,at'on,L, upenlnir gain aa
Th Marltftn . . 1 . .
stocks, although Rock Island developed a
- ' m ni .,nii iiiu r uei Decame
weak with nm.M.r.i,u . .
fv? ,th "n'rJ market. It cannot bo said
w.-i k reaction in tno southern group
street that Important developments are Im-peridlns-
regarding the group. The diffi
culty encountered by Louisville in its ad-
.k1. .u . . .V" r" aitnoutea to the fact
that that is th fimM - v. i w . , .
U supposed to be held by J. P. Morgan A
muj ma control or tne ron.d.
Some of t,- I..... ..in - - ...
- - --- --- i truing ui ioc souin-
ern trunk line was by brokers usually era
E ?wE?ib tn1"Pul-tlvo leader, whose
r -.iiiirj ouiusnness was a
forerunner of yesterday's violent advances.
- .vino uiuuiouneni was rell
Dcu1 tn ofliclal announcement of tha
Zki. ,i.,'.l,,Ln,c,' Eastern 111-
b3L.thB Bt, LouU Sttn Francisco
'-a- ux.es tuts i u ri nor ex-
i.V,P.IJf:U wnlch r "PPoeed to lie
o,m.fi.that Pr5t"n. In fact no official
i"C8 oud .b cured from any
source of yesterday's many rumors. The
''f' w" '! that this and other Impor
tS?n iVriV,CUT I5hav to-wU tho ro.
her. fromVuro;eMOr,ran' nW n Wy
Ammi, th. i . . .
" ; i"i"i or sirengtn tho
most .conspicuous and most Influential was
I ntt in tn dk lTlr..k haaL. xt -
forthcoming or their advancV beVo7d
vlval of an old rumor of holdlngV In tha
to' hi .?m."- .t-'PP- m.64
r,k.. T . ' ;io""vt in us origin.
2 RontPhilU'f ltrenth wer tn Colorado
n. .Tr''r."',.. . .
v- i. : " itajnea enousn rrom
j ..v. m jjoor Dunn return la lmil-..-P,1'
n(1 h"lJay prompted to
waa dull and Irregular.
T?,? 4 market waa dull and Irregular.
thNaw"0 ffZl" Pri
. -v"' wauiiange
St. real pfd 1(4
So. Paclfla mu.
o pia icsvt
Bsltimars A Oh!o...lM
6s pf4 Mi
Caas4lsa Paclos ....221
Csnaea Sa tot
Chss. Okie Us
Ctaleags A Alloa 42
Chlaaso, lad. A I.... ll I
io pfa It
Cbloasa A . Ill ll?Vi
Chlossa A O. W US
e 1st pfa StJ
da fd 7
Texas A Pselfto 4w
Toledo, II L a W. t
so pro us
Union Pulte HH'-
'do pfd H
do pfd ,. 47
Whoollng A U MM
do Id pfd 17
Wis. Central SS
An WktA 11U
4a Be pf 4S
ChUse N. W.....lv
i. B L e, r
Adams Bx r
Anoiicaa Bx ui
United HUM KX....114
Ctaiosiie Ter. A Tr.. MVt
to pfd 48
C. C. C. A it. L 10
Colorado Bo t
wlls-rsr(o BJX IIS
Amal. Copper (7H
Amor. Car A 8 --
Amor. Lis. Oil t
Sa wttA K.
to 1st tit Tf.
o M pre ii
Del. A Hudoa 174St
r-l. U. A W I7S
Oenvsr A R. 0.... 45H
so 1st pfd 4W
as Id tltd L.U.
Amor. 8. A 4T
. dn nfil vr.
Unc Mining Ce....lo
nruoxira au T H
Colo. Vuol At Tm mm i
Cona . Oas tHhi
Cont. Tobseee pfa...ltls
Orsst Kor. pfd l2Ht
Hocklof Vallsy MSs
do pfd M
nilnoll Central 179
Iowa Central 49
da tfd H7
v"7". wkuii ...... .us
Hocklns ComI .
Inter. Kxt ..
Lsks Eris A W...
40 KttlonMl to U
U A N
No. Amwlr.. 1 t. .
Mst. St. Rjr im
Mx. central t9
sll?B. A St. L 111-4
Bio. PslSn li 1
Heoplo's Oss -lots
Praised . Car 47C
( do pfd es
PullmMMi S - .
at., K. A T..; ns
Hepubllo etaol , )S4
14. J. Contra! in
l"ar . ttu
f 1. .MBirai K4i Tens. Coal A I aa
nonoia m w u tinloa rag A P ui
fin nfrl . a 1 a
a- - s eeseoeeo ara 1 asw piU.,,, ,,
Ontario A W 1414 V. g. Leather
rooaarivanla lo do pfd
Resdlng C7U V. A Rubbar
do lot pfd Iv do pfd
, T'4 V. U. Stool ,
, lov do pfd
1 17 S Wsston Union ...
TS Amor. LocomotlTe
, 1741 do pfd
' K. 0. South. ...
t. L. A g. y.
do 1st pfd
An rf rttA
6t. L Souths-.'..!
How Torlc Money Market,
NEW TORK. Au. -MONET On call
steady, tti3 per cent; last loan, 2 per
cent' P " necanUlo paper, 4fcflt6 per
BTERUNO EXCIIANOB-FIrm; U.tt tor
demand and It-UCVuSE, for sixty days:
Pn'u.""'! nd commerclai
ILVKR-Bar, 62Hc; Mexican dollar.
BONDrV-Oovwiment, steady; state. In
active; railroad, Irregular.
foTlows:OS'n lU0t4t'0" bonds are as
II. A nf. ta, rog...
do la, res
do eoupoa ,
do saw 4a, r(. ...
do eld 4m. rog
do COUPOB ,
do sa, rag ,
Atchison gaa. 4s....,
do adj. 4a
Bl. A Ohio 4s
do cu.v. 4a
Canada So. is
Cantral of Ga. la...
do Is Ino ,
rtiss. A Ohio 4Sa..
Chicago A A.
C, B. A Q. a. 4a...
C, M. a S. P. (. 4a..
C. A N. W s. 7k....
C. R. L P. 4a....
C C C A 8t L I 4a.,
China go Ter. 4a
Coloi ado So. 4a
Denver A K O. 4s..
Erls prior Hob 4s...,
do general 4s
F. W. A D. C. Is...
Hocking Val. 4a....
";U A H. anL 4s...
tiilax. Central 4s..,.
I' do la Ino .,
l'is II. a Btl L. 4s
M.. K. A T 4a
IWmlN. T. Control Is..,
( ds (an. IV,s
14 N. J. O. (.a. s...
104 No. Pacific 4s
104 do la
" ). A W. eoa. o...
io: Roadlng gen. 4a...,
-oSt I, A I M o. ..
lvs St. L. A B y. ...
1 St. L Soutkw. la..
1 1 1 do Is
Bit 8. A. A A. P. 4s..,
lus-M, Bo. PaclOa 4a
1 So. Railway 4a
s jTaiaa A raclllc Is.
114 T . . L. W. a
::v4i -L'liton Facino 4s...
Unci' do eT. 4a ,
Iva .Wahaah la
H4 do la
4V do dab. B
102', Waot Bhora 4a
! W heal. A U . 4s.
la. Central 4a
!'. Cona. lohacce
.. 74 ,
Mtcs Stock. Qaetatteas.
cent; time liana
-Call loans. SH'9'4 per
4iiv per cent, offlclal
closing of stocks
I, .a la
ktai. loa'ral 4a
M r. a. A C
, i'a, boiaaaia
, 4'Se ('liuueg A Uocla.
do pi 4
Bxotos A Albany....
fcooi'ia Klevaied ...
N V.. N. H. A M..
Amer-.vaa T. A T...
lioimulos I. A
H. k. o A C
I cued rrult
V. 8. Steel
. 11 euteunlai
.liil Cupper Hanga b;
,lfl iliomtnloa Coal , llte
lolSg "rraoklls n
.Ul Iiie Ruyala 11
.144 .kluhawk 4eU
.1"4, Old iJomiaioa 1
. Oeueola a. IX
.Ul Parrot ,
.li (turner I,,
.13 Santa Ta Copper I
. a V1 "march it$
, ea ITrlioouatalB 4
H Trlully iia.
e i ' wiiee, Biaios auv-.
, ao Victoria
, gV Inoaa
. Its, )twolv atlas ...
, OMAHA. Au. g-Fank clearings today,
J1 i i'vt tu; turrtoi.iiinf day last year,
t,'--l o--4 I; Increase, $l,;ul S3.
CiilCAtiO, Aug. .-Cltarlng, iZS,S,31tl
balance. $7l.1TI.41; Kew Tork Trhanr. IKo
premium; sterllns posted exchange, $t.S4
lor sity nays and 4.si"4 for demnnd.
NFW TdhK, Ana 6 -Exchangee, 200,
m7: balances. IH..VH 477.
HoMTON, Ati(r. 6 h.xchanea, I1.290.0I19;
bsinnres, Il,44"i a4
I'MII.ADKLPHIA. Atic. . -Clearing-,
tH.1.7zt; balances, $2,4fG.uvJi; money, 44
HALTIMORE. Anr A Clarlns. M.fjr.1
(V; balances, tSul.ToO; money, 4tf4V, per
CINCINNATI". A". Clearinrs. 61.22S.
ixfi; money, 3H6 per cent; New lork ex-
cnnnge, in lac discount.
8T. IX)LI. An. A Cleartnee. KSM.OSS;
balances, 61,oS,(t5i; money, 6j6 per cent;
New York exchange at par.
WEEKLY CLBARIitQ 1101816 TABLB.
AKAresate ( Baslaees Transacted y
the Asseelated Bsska,
NEW TORK. Ana-. Tha following
, i,iMii)inni v T nrafinirrei, wiiuwo vu.
bank clearlnaa at the principal cities for
the week ended August 7, with tho percent
sge of Increase and decrease aa compared
with tha corresponding week last yean
Clearings.) Ina.l Dao.
New Tork ,
Ban Francisco ......
New Orleans ........
Bait ljaka rritv
Los Angeles .,
I sos 77
New Haven . .
. . ..............
Little Rock i
Springfield, jj, ;
Bins ham ton
Rock ford ....i. ,
Bloua Falla u ,
Jacksonville, m ,
Totals .'.I... 7,,
Outside Now Tork,..
I 19.147,9641 lit
1 576.903 T7.1
! 713,31 .
6tt,44 lo a
I 61406.4a 16.0......
Vancouver, B. C,.
Bt John, N. B.....M..
Victoria. B. C......i
Not Included in totals because eontalnlng
Other Items than clearings.. "
Not Included In totals because of n
comparlBon for last year. -
Loadoat Itoek ilsntatfoaa.
LONDON. Aug. 1-4 p. sc. Closing:
Coeaslg for neeer..t T-14
do socoual. ........ H
do pfd lot
Baltimore A OMe....U
Canadian PaeiBo 141
CheeajMtko A Ohio... H
Chicago O. W........ M
C, al. A (t. P 1H
do pfd T
Ontario A Wastera... l
do let ptd 444
do - d fd riu
Southern Beltway.... 41
do pfd ieo
Sovtharn Paclao ou
isaoTer s a, 11.
444iUBloa ranlB 110
f o pfd Mt,
DUD. A Steal ir,T
do Id pfd 41 v, Wahaah gij
Illinois Central ill
Loulavlll A aah....lm
atleeourl, K. A T.... 8v,
do pfd., at
Spanish 4s. ....... avu
Dofiosra (dof.) u
new tors tntrai. ...lo
BAR S I LVKR Steady, 24S-1M par ounce.
muxski 22Vi per cent. Tho rate of
discount In the open market for short bills
Is thi'si 6-14 Per cent and for three-months'
bills 2 8-164(2$, per cent.
Mow Tork HlMlng 4ooalens.
NEW TORK, Aug. 1 Tho following are
the closing prices on mining stocks:
Con. Cel. A Vs..
Paadwood Torn .
Hmall Hopoa .
' tocaj. la lTbt.
Tho following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at tha live principal
markets for Aurust 6:
South Omaha 611
Kansas City 2
Bt. I mls 1750
L Joseph 694
7.65S .KfJ 14,0hJ
Coadltioa ot tho Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Auc. l-Today's ata la
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the tl&O.OtiO.uuO sold
reserve In the division of redemption,
shows: Available eash-balance. laskiilSi'l-
Evaporated Apples aad Cried Fratta.
NEW TORrf. Au(T. 1 EVAI-ORATED
APPLES Receipts continue moderate and
price are nominally unchanead. Common
to good, Ba ltic; prime, WVt U'cj choice, 11
toUWc; fancy, Ui l2c 1 runes, In fairly
f cxl request and the larger slsea In rather
Uht supply. Prices ranxa from 3o to
4ic for all grades. Aprl.-uts In aotid de
mand at allgialy lower futures. The fruit
tn boxes la tunned at 8'Oatte and In bags
at TWWKc. i'eaches, quiet and without
special feature, peeled pouches are steady
at lirioc knd unpeeled at
Irr Goods Market.
NEW TORK, Aug-. 1 DRT GOODS
There has been a slight Increase In business
In cotton goods at first hands today, but
the demand Is still moderate. The tone of
the market Is easy for brown cottons and
roncesnlons are being quietly made,
lileached and coarse colored goods are un
changed. Prints at fair request at previous
prices. Print cloths are quiet and tin
changed. Cotton knit gooda. hoalery and
underwear are without prominent features.
MANCMESTKH, Aug. 3. LH V OOOLB
Market for cloths and yarns steadier.
Visible Bapply of Cattoa.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 1 Secretary
iTster-s statement of the world s visible
supply of cotton shows the total visible to
be l.oSj.lJQ bales, of which tju,u-u Is Aindrl
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Very light Eeo)pU f Cattle id Prlc6
Hold Jctt About 8u.dj.
HOG MARKET SUrftRED SHARP DECLINE
Oaly Six Cars ef Sheep mm l.asuba
Arrived and Market Did Not Miov
lay teaetablo tassgt on Fat
S t AT 74 e ' Feeders oa Salo.
BOTJTH OMAHA, Aug-. 1
Cattle. Hoea. Bheep.
Omclal Monday ....
Five days this week.18.lR0
Same days last week 11.03
Same week before. 10,176
Same three weeks ao.. 14.24
Same four weeks ago... 11,799
Same days last year IE,. 740
RECEIPTS FOR THIS TEAR TO DATR.
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, with comparisons with
lo. 19M. Inc. nee.
Cattle 4't9.?3 414. 3S4 249
Hogs 1,648.349 1.612.6x1 3u,7ti8
Bheep 666,803 630,063 73,261
Tho following table shows tns average
price ot hogs sold on the South Omaha
market the last several days, with com
parisons with former years:
Date. 1902. 1901. 1900.1899..IK9$. 1807. 17S.
t 08 4 061
a i6i a ao
a i7 a 06
a i a 7
3 26 1 97
a i t fi
a 28 2 67
T S2 t 71)
8 411 2 63
a 671 a Mi
7 tivn! 5 61, 6 091
3 boj t TI
I 4m a sol s lo
4 i9i a
4 2l 8 74
4 83 8 67
4 431 8 61
4 46i a 71:
1 a 77
4 37 2 81
7 32UI B 4I
7 6 60
7 27A 6 65
7 171 t 66
Tho oRIcial number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road waa:
cattle. Hogs. Bheep.ti r A
C, M. dt Bt P
Union Paciflo System
C. A N. W
F.. B. M. V
C, SL P., M. A O....
B. A M
C, B. dt J
C., R. I. P., oast..
C. R. L A P.. west..
Total receipts 18
The disposition of tho day's receipts waa
aa follows, each buyer purchasing tho num
ber or neaa indicated:
Cattle. Hptrs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing- Co.
Bwlft and Company 169
Cudahy Packlnz Co 81
Armour A Co j... 120
Hill ft Huntslnger 16
Hamilton A Rothschild.. a
ll. L. Dennis A Co ' 6
B. F. Hobblck 24
Wolf A M 21
Other buyer ' 134 .... . - zsv
Totals.'. 175 4.634 1.760
CATTLE There wers only about BOO head
of cattle on sale this morning- and most
of those were just 01.01 and ends, so that
a fair test Of the market was not made.
About' all that can be said Is that the
market was , nominally steady. For the
week receipts have been very liberal, a
big increase being; noted over tho last
several week and also over the same week
of last year.
Receipt of com fed steer have been very
light all the week and tho quality rather
inferior, in ract rnere nave been no fin
ished cattle offered, so it Is impossible to
tell what A prim bunch would bring. It
is evident, however, that anything desir
able is fully steady for the week and In
active demand. The common stuff, bow
ever, ucn aa sens from 66.00 down, la a
The cow market broke In bad shape on
MGTiday and Tuesday, but since that time
the feeling; has been better and the week
Is closing with a decline of about Wi'lfx
bs compared with the close of last week.
Tho demand, however. Is in much better
shape than It waa the first of the week.
Bull, veal calves and stags have not
shown triuch of any change all the week
so far as desirable grades are concerned
Common stuff has been slow sale and weak
Oood dehorned stockers and feeders have
held fully steady all the week and have
been in active demand, uealers ss.v
though, that they never saw a time when
there was as much difference made be
tween horned and dehorned cattle as there
I this season. Cattle of the same brand
and quality, are selling, if dehorned, from
20o to 4oc higher than when horned.' The
common kinos or stockers and feeders have
not met with very ready sale this week
and ar a 111 tie lower.
Good range steers have been In active
demand all tha week and are fully steady
with the close of last week. Common
kinds, tnougn, sucn as sen rrom is. 00 down.
are a little lower. Rang cows are 154f25c
tower for tho week, the greatest decline
being on the common grades. Oood stock
era and feeder are steady, but other are
A litue lower, itepreeenianvo sales
BEEF STEERS. .
tit 9 14
4a 4 6
..1000 4 40
, 1 I 11
.1046 3 t
1 11 W
I , 1044
( 141 '
S.e As e ft)
I 00 II 11M
8 00 .to 1014
3 00 1 liM
8 10 11 671 86
8 UN 4 04
4 100 4 00
STOCK COWS AND HEIFERS.
4 734 3 40 4 4l4 4 It
1 690 8 44 1 410 8 10
t STOCK CALVES.
4 41 t 14 4 994 4 66
t.j 404 I 74
. STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 10 3 40 4 Ml I
U 714 3 44 I tm H
t 4M 4 00 11..... 1041 4 M
31 4&I 4 09
.1610 13 CO
. 943 ft 90
9 3 3 SK
k' 2 65
. 6 3
.1") 2 65
. 2 26
. Ml 2 60
HOGS There was
here today, but In spite of that fact the
market slumped off In bad shape. Every
thing, however, except the light receipts,
were against the slilng interests, for pro
visions took a drop and other markets
were quoted dull and loner. The msrket
here opened 6H0o lower than yesterday's
average, but trading was quiet and Instead
of galling better, the market grew worse
at a rapid rate. After the first round It
was a flat dime lower, and later on, when
Chicago came closing very dull and l'u lie
lower, the situation here became about the
same. Sellers, of course, did not like to
take oft that much and as a result It waa
very late before anything Ilka a clearance
waa made.. The better hogs sold largely
from 87.20 up to 37.30, but toward the close
a good many good hogs sold at 17.17'-.
The bulk of all the sales went from 2715
to $7.1. Representative sales:
Ne. Av. aa. Tr. No. Av. 6b. Pr.
10 l ... k 44 41....... Ml ... 1 HH
at no ... t is ti ne) ... T 17S
U U7 114 f 1114 41 ll ... 1 17
44 44 ... 1 11V, (7 Ml 40 1 l;i
44 K4 40 I 44 J(7 140 T 171
T 1 40 ? la 4. Ill 4.0 IT,
411 ! SO f 14 40 M 44 f ITS
71 114 1M t li 4! 14 100 7 17 ,
II IM M 1 11 U ...171 0 T 17Vj
44 ul 1M I 16 11 1.1 40 t la
tl J le 114 41 1.-.7 ... f 10
40 Ml M I li M 114 140 f 10
71 lt ... 1 14 J WO ... 1 jw
44 I4 ... T 14 74 171 104 1 10
47 1.0 114 f 11 T4 Ill 140 t M
17 .1.4 IM 1 11 40 t-A ao 1 10
Tl ... t 11 71 1-4 44 T IN)
T3 44 t U 64 4.4 N I 14
II si t I
t 11 t tt4 I
T U 11 lit ..
t 14 44
t It 44 '7 1
f li Ill 4
1 16 71 Il ..
T U 44 144 ..
f l'"4 44 f t 4
t 17V4j M Ill ..
T ?i 44 1"4 I
T Ilk n 1U ..
SHEKP There were onlv six
sheep and Ismhs on sale today,
what wan held over, so that a go'-eJ test of
the market was not made. '1 lie sheep
were heavy wethera, which hav been
drsa-try all the week, and of course pack
ers were a little slow about buying them.
The genpral market on sheep snd yearlings
though, could safely be quoted steady.
The lambs were very late in arriving, but
from the wry packers acted It wss evident
that they wsnted some good stuff, so that
the maiket was fully steady with yester
day. There were no feeders offered, but there
sra a good many orders In the hands of
commission men, and In fact the supply all
the week has not been equal to the de
mand aud the market haa held good and
Quotations tor' clipped stock: Oood to
choice yearlings, 33.HiKfi4.on: fair to good,
83.3itJ3.tO; good to choice wethers. tl2oa.t0;
fair to good wethera, .1.x4j3.2u; good to
choice ewes, 33.0Oa3.60; fair to good ewes,
8.7.i'0'il3.20; good to choice spring lambs. $6 no
ti.2; fair to good spring lambs, atR'ITft.OO:
feeder wethers, 82.7633 10; feeder yearlings.
83.004186; feeder lambs, JS.Ii'iit.flO: feeder
ewes, tl.26fif-.25. Representative sale:
No. Ar. Pr. '
810 Oregon sheep 81 a 25
298 Oregon, feeder... 74 Hi)
CHICAGO LI V13 STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Iteady, Hear Lower, Sheep aad
La sab Higher. .
CTIICAOO, Aug. l-CATTLE-Reeelpts.
1,600 head : market steady; good to. prim
steers, nominal, 88.00!9.oo; poor to medium,
64. 60(87.70; stockers and feeders, 82. 5006.25;
cows, 81.6XVJi6.76; heifers, 22.503.6; cannere.
1.50e2.60; bulls, 32.2St3o.40; calve, 82.&IM
6.26; Texas-fed steers, 83.26iSo.00; western
HOaS Receipt, 17.000 head; estimated
tomorrow, 16,000; left over, 4,500; market
10c lower; mixed and butchers, 86.6047.45;
good to choice heavy, 37.3V7p7.67; rougl.
heavy, t.1.1Sc light, 26.6S4jr7.86; bulk of
SHEEP- ' AND 'TmAVRR Renetnta. TttW
head; sheep and lambs, strong to lOo higher;
good to .choice wethera 13.6ou7H.25; fair to
choice mixed. 83.60Sii3.76: western aheeu.
82.604.00; native lambs, 83.6a.26; west
ern lambs, 85. 75.
Hogs 1aftM4 am
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Au. t-ATTT.R-Ba.
celpts, i,2M native, 1,260 Toxans, 8S0 Texas
calves, 36 native calves; best butcher.
tad7 to strong, closing weak; quarantine,
active .and steady; stockers and feeders,
weak; choice export and dressed beef
steers, 27.6003.25; fair to good, 83.25(3'7.46:
stockers and feeders, 22.O0.aS.2S; Western
fed steers, 33.50Gi6.25; Text and Indian
teers. tt.Oes.OO; Texa cow, 32.5Vxa3.00;
r.HX9 cow- W-OS 60: native heifers. 32.66
64.60; oe.nners,.1.60BS1.25; bull, 82.75(23.66;
calves. 82.t6.10. '
HOilS n ntm iftlA L..J. .
to 6o lower; top, 7.6(); bulk of sales, 17.264,
'SHEEP "AltD :LAl?BSRre..;. 1.4.0
head; market steady; native lambs, 82.40(3
6.6:.weetern lamha. u Mn,,f. m. n.,i. ...
7, .: ' ...iuiu-i.iij Mesa cupped year
ng, a B0B4.1S; Texas clipped sheep, W 06
(83.30; Blockers and feeders, 82.40iS3.00.
Wow Tork Live Stock Market. I
NEW. TORK. . s rTrtr"c.,
c!pts. partly eutlmated, 12S7; generally
steady; small sales nf n..rit,. ,1 "5
steers a Httlo firmer. Native, .r..,- .!!;
tJ'.'-l W b.. two head at 38;
ev.tiu.i; ory cows, 12.00?4.lu. I
firm. n.hl. l.., 4.,m
ii. i. rBingcrator oeer, llHo per
i.tf i-mt "f' ParuyM "t'mated. 850
A r v.' A nusnen or reer.
--SYk.J'P'. I": teady.. Veals
"'" " mKO. 7.85 per 100 lbs, a bunch of
HrRMCr,it8 mj nominally lower.'
.. t-AlrfBS-Recelpts, parth
8nc i higher; all aold. Sheep sold st ilmW
..TjPfL,.11. :. htmbs, 3o.l2M,.76;
Tim"' a n i k mutton, 6,ia8o per 100
St.- Uslg Llvo Stock Market.'
! J?0?1?- ,AuF- &rATTLE Receipt.
irau, inciuaing z.euu Texans; market
iMJi ve" .temdvi Texans lower; native
aIIU wpon steers, 6.7(vn8.25
aressed beef and batcher steers, 84.104(7.40
- uuuei- ids , 33.10tpt.50; stockers
W.0Jt.OO: cowhand heifer?
.t it 7Mis . ' ' . . aa Indian
8 25' W'8 ,16; ?ow" nd heifers, 82.60$
HOQS Receipts. 2.300 head - me-ir..
? I? fof h!ffhU,4,,i.2"7': P"ker.; 7 20d
7.SS; butchers, 87.30ig7.60.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1 600
,ed; market steady; native muttons 83 to
14.10; lambs, 84.01kS.oO; culls and Ui.cwV
i2375'M W; tocke" -N.xan.k
St. Joseph Llvo Stook Market.
ST. JOHEPH, Mo.. Aug. i CATTT V T-
34.7.Vti8.BO; cows and heifers, 31 K,f !'
83.006.00; bulls and stage.'aj 526;' stock!
ers and feeders, 32.76 5 75 T"- iock-HOGS-Rteeipts,
4.4U5 head; market 610a
lower; light and lieht mi.J ,.!Ti7?
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 2.405
w.V"B.5.a ."h?Ci taSilS
- w i wi luauo im m OS, 30.66.
Slows Cits Live Stock Marko.
... , MtjnsiT put, iyu: market
steady; beeves. 85.757.60: enw.
rJ.' Jaif01 -'jcker and feeders" 82.60
HOGS-ReceVts 16(H); market ioffilS
lower at H.OWl.n; bulk, o7.oojf7.o8.
- Cottoa Mark.
NEW TORKT Aug." 1-COTTON-Futurea
yf"""" . .ububi., s.mc; September, 7.81c:
October. 7.79c; November and December!
7 c; January..,7.71c;. February, 7.78c; March!
Bpot. teady; tnlddling uplands, tc; raid
dllng' gulf, c. Sales. lo bale.
ruturea c oaed. weak; August, I860; Sep-
imi H "v v..un , i.dc; iMovemoer,
7.64c; December and January, 7.65c; Febru
ary and Mareh. 7.Mc; April. 767e; May.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 8.-COTTON Fu
tures, steady; August, 6.274. 8.23o; September
J'.m--J?: "ctober. 7.63(0 7.54c; November,
,...'4, , ...v, , ...vciiiurj i.eu'i i.iec; januftry,
740c. bid: February. 7.27e. hid: u,r-h 71,.
Spot tlrrni sales, 950 bales; ordinary, 6 15-16o:
good ordinary, 7 7-looj low middling. 7 I6-I60:
initialing, o; good middling, c; mld-
r.ff J.' "Ci reC4!lP. J bales; stock,
B.T.Lo,TI8' Av'- OTTON-Qulet;
mlddrmg 6c; sales, 116 bales; receipts 84
bales; shipments, 604 bales; Stock. 15 43
OALVE8TON. Aug. 1-CQTTON-Market
quiet at 8 1-lSc.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 1-COTTON-Bpot.
moderate business, with prices 8-S2d hlgher:
American middling fair, 4 7-82d: good mid
dling. 4 31-32d; middling. 4Td; low middling.
4 25-iid; good ordinary, 4il-3d; ordinary,
4 13-32d. The sales of the day were 7 O0
bales, of which 5uo were for speculation lind
export, and Included 6 2m) American. Re
ceipts were lOuO bales. Including l,9u0 Amur,
lean. Future opened firm and closed
barely steady. American mlddllnr m
August. 4 46-64d. buvers: Auiii.H.iimh.,
4 StS-64d, buyers; Beptemher-dctober, 4 2i-4l!
seuers, uciiiurr-uveintwr. 4 1V-4H1. sellers:
November-December. 4 16-64d. sellers: r-
cember-January, 4 14-64(1. buyers;. January
February. 414-4d. arllers: Februarv-March
4 14-64d. sellers; March-April, 4 13-o44 14-6 Id,
Following ar the weekly cotton ata.
tiatlcs: Total of all binds. 85.000 bales;
total sales of American, (us.000 bales. Eng
lish spinners taking 6'),(i0 bales: total ex
ports. 7,01x1 balna; imports of ail kinds, 13,.
UiO kales; Imports of American, t.WAl bales;
stock of all kinds, 637, 0uO bales; stock of
American, 444,0.k bales; quantity afloat, all
kinds, 21.000 bales; quantity sflost, Ameri
can. 16, (XU bales; total on speculation. 5uo
bales; total sales to exporters, L7w bales.
',' . Wool Market. j
BOSTON. Aug.' 1 The Commercial Bulle- I
tin will sey In tomorrow's report of the
wool trade of the I'nlte.l States: Wool ta
In good heslthy request and slowly working
upward. Fine medium Montana sianle waa
sold this week at 5fc, clean, a gain of to
Ince last we-k- Ohio quarter-blood, un.
washed, hag been sold at 23c. an advance
of ic. The demand la general and covers
all grades of wool. The season in Montana
end the west closes highly satisfactory to
the growers, their receipts being fully 2c
a pound better than last year's price. New
No. 1 staple eamem Oregon has been aold
here at 6uo for clean. American mohair la
enjoying a small boom. Average carding
sold at 30c. The receipts of wool In Hoston
si mo January 1, 1'J, have been L94.1-9 7.4
puuuds, agalust lat.iH.ini tut tue sau
period In Joi. Tha Boston shipment to
date ar y,4v,rzi poundi. against ship
ments of 161.6.11,416 for the same period ll
im. The stock In hand In Boston January
1, 1H, waa 77.84U.4U) pound and the total
stock to-lay la M'l The stock on
band August 1 was 78,46.486 pound.
HUBlMN, Msaev, Aug. 1,-WOOIe-Th
general quotations are very firm and
generally higher. Ohio and Pennsylvania
XXX, 91c;' ( hlo and Pennsylvania XX
and above, 27V'u.He: Ohio and Pennsyl
vania X, IXioe; Michigan and Wisconsin
X end above, 24jtoc; Ohio and Pennsyl
vania No. 1 clothing and combing, r7u,fc!Xc
Michigan No. 1 clothing and oominng, rvj
2;c; Ohio. Delaine washed, K.lle; fine
Texas and territory, I'.-ojoc; medium Texas
and territory, lWISc; Oregon, 164aoci
Cal'fornia stirlng, UKjiec.
BT, IAiClrl, Aug. A WOOI Firm; me
him grades and combing, l.Vfrtt,o; light
line, L-Hltve; heavy .fine, ltuffllcj tub
BT. LOUIS, Aug. lWOOL Steady; me
dium grades and combing, 13ftHiic; light
fine, loflli'.'-ic; heavy fine, lOtfUa: tub
waahed, 1624o. w .
LONDON, Aug. 1 Tho demand for money
Blackened today, but fund wer not plenl
fuL The Indebtedness to the Bank of Eng
land, apparently, ha been Increased, and
Ui statement by 8lr Michael Hicks-Bench,
chancellor of the exchequer, that treasury
bills for 75,000.000 will be Issued, supported
discounts against the effect of the cessa
tion of the French demand for gold and
rumors of possible gold shipments from
New-Tork to London. Business on tho
Stock exchange was on the verge of atag
nation today, in preparation for the settle
ment. A healthier ton waa maintained
and tha excellent progress of the king in
duced repurchase of consols for French
account. Home rails were Inclined to
harden. American tpened Irregular, but
becam firmer in sympathy with New
Tork, notably Louisville A Nashville. The
close was quiet. Kaffirs were rather firmer
on some Investment buying. Business 'was
suspended early snd there wss a coronation
celebration, the Stock exchange orchestral
and choral society playing a fanfare, fol
lowed by the singing of the national an
them. In the streets after the close Ameri
cans wer active. Erie common was tho
feature, selling at 4014, on point above tha
closing price on th exchange.
LONDON, Aug. 8. The amount of bul
lion taken Into th Bank of England on
balance today waa -48,0110. Oold to th
mount of A-,000 wss withdrawn for ship
ment to Malta. Oold premium at Rome,
PARIS, Aug. 1 Sentiment on tho hours
today vu firm, but trading was not active.
Rentes and French rails wer good invest
ment demand and bank shares were strong.
Russian Industrial wer pushed and Met
ropolitan were harder; Thomson-Houston
was weaker; Kaffirs were firmer on pros
?.rS ot J? '"creased labor supply In South
Africa. The private rat of discount wa
14 per cent; 8 per cent rentes, loof 82Ho
(25 count; exchange on 1-ondon. 2t
lc for check; Spanish 4a, .Kw
BERLIN. Au t p-.nh.U-.. J!. t
20 marks 48 pfgs. for checks Dlscouni
rates: bhort bills, lu, r,r cent: ihr...
month bills. 14 Fer cent Trading on th
bourse today was oulet. Fnunrirv
werola.Rier on """Atlofaotory report from
"' -""'" manuiaciunng district and on
th decline In steel reported In America.
OH aad ltaala.
OIL CITT. Pa.. Ao. ! OIT rrAit k.i.
nces. 81.22: certificates nn K(t- .htnm...,.
114,874 bbls.; average, 80,69& bbls.i runs. Uii
bbls.; average. 77.04 bbls.
WILMINGTON. AlJ. OTT TnrriM.il..
spirits, firm. 43 He . Rosin, steady. H10S1.15.
SAVANNAH. Oa '. In, -irr i-
tine, firm, 44c. Rosin, firm. A, B and C.
f1! Dv Kl.16; E, 81.1601 .20; F, 81 3tvS
vr to (mvt.0 gc . xt h ... m . . . -. :.
CHARLESTON, Aug. 1-OIL-Turpen-tlne
and rosin unchaior.d ;
TOLEDO, O.. Aug. l-OIL-North Lima,
Bfrej i Bouth Lima and Indlanaj 84c. ' .
NEW YORK. Aug. l-OIL-Cottonseed.
easy; petroleum, stesdy. Rosin, steady!
Turpentine, firm, MMHo.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 1-OIL-Cottonseed,
Hull, refined, spot, steady. 25 lOvtd. '
. au- -oiL-calcutta linseed,
pot, 61. Turpentine spirit. 35.
NEW TORK. Aug. 1-COFFEB-Spot,
teady; No. 7 Invoice, 6V4c. Mild. teadvi
Cordova atjllUo. FutureV opened Vte.dy
with prices unchanged to 6 points lower
later under European and bear selling-. Tho
market quickly recovered the loss after
tho opening, steadied by demand trom
bull, short and th room, prompted by
better cables than expected and midday
prlee Indicated a net gain of 10 points on .
th more active options snd unchanged to
6 points higher on others, with the tone
nrm. a second aggress! v move by tho '
bear operators and heavy realising broke
price In the early afternoon, final figure
being unchanged to 10 point lower. Th
tone of the market at the close wa steady.
Total sales amounted to 103,000 bags In
f'.'ii'J'P. Aurust 8.35-6-5 55C; September,
5M; Oct0br' .-S6.S5e: December
6.ato5.30c; January, a,26c; February, .26c:
March, S.aOfy 5.40c; May, S.4fie6.55o: Ju
6.60c; July, .66iij6.60c. - o.
rhlladalphta Frodao Market.'
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. S. BUTTER
Unsettled; extra western creamery. 20Hc:
extra nearby prlnte 21c
EOOS Firm, good demand; fnesh nearby,
4o, loes off; fresh western, 21c: fresh
,lu.t.!w"tern- 19c: frh southern, 16ffll7c.
CHEEBK-Steady; New Tork lull cream,
prime email, I0flot4c; New Tork full
creams, fair to good, U&a.
IfEW ORLEANS. Aug. 8 8 I'd AR Mar
ket strong; open kettle. 8V44 ll-16e; open
kettle centrifugal, 803Vic: centrifugal yel
!?T vt4.4Y.e: oonds, 16,(aiQ, Aloiarsea,
dull; centrifugal, taloc. .
CINCINNATI. Aug. l-WHISntT-1n-lshed
good steady on basis of I1.3L .
FOREST FIRES IN WYOMING.
Haadrod Taoaaaad at Dollars'
Worth ( Fla Timber Bala
Destroyed by Fla ate.
BATTLH LAKE. Wyo., Aug. 8. Thro Im-
mons forest Are ar burning fiercely
within a few miles of thl town. Hundred
of thousands of dollar worth of aom of tha
most valuabl timber In Wyoming hs been
destroyed, sncf anles th name ar checked
by rain th loss will reach Into the mlllloss.
On th wst fork of ta Encampment
liver, on ot th most beautiful forest In
th gtat 1 being ravaged by fire that
g tar ted la three different place, but which
hav now spread Into on glgantlo bias.
Tha amount of timber that will be degtroysl
tbar alon 1 estimated at $1,000,000. No
Ilttl concern 1 being manifested for tha
safety of th towns of Battle Lak and
Rambler, which Uo a mil and a half apart.
Th origin of th fir I attributed to
gheep herders and camp movers,
Repakfleaa Hav a Clack.
MITCHELL, S. D Aug 8 Special. V-
Th republican county central commute
mot her thl morning and selected Batur
day, September 4, a th data for th county
convention, at which will bo nominated
candidate for th icglalallv and county
ticket. Thar ar a number ot candidate
for nomination thl year, gg a nomination
oa tie republican ticket Is qutvalnt to
n t election. Th reform force ar la
rather a disorganized condition and they
win not poll within 26 per cent of a larg
vote a mey aid two year ago. Caa-
didats for county officers on th democratic
ticket ar very slow about coming for
ward to announce thamselv.
THB niCALTf MARKET,
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Friday,
Arabella Gray and husband to E. R.
i-ein, u jest tot s, block 1.-7, South
Omaha si ima
C. W. Tyner and wife to Anna Hoft '
man. lot X. 1 vner a sutMliv
Ida M. Wharton et al to A. R. Ic-t.
weller, nV swV4 w'4. V4 nw swV.
ne'e sw4 and g, neu
tiwti sw4 6-14-13...
First National bank to P. E. liar
I . m . H (I ,.
Va,M VI V . I 1 1 U.-1B-1M
George McHrid and wif to C. 6,
ftownea, nid feet lot 8, block 8. Mc
Gavock A O'Keefe add
4lt Clalsa Deed,
V. Im. Beed to E. J. Sullivan, lot 1
and 16, block 107. Florence
Total amount of transfer
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