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rtTE OMAHA DAILY PEE; TUESDAY, JUNE 16. 1003.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Balliih Foreign Advicei Eelp Grain Pricei
on Board of Trade.
WHEAT, CORN AND OATS ALL GO SHADE UP
Many Hogs (id Smaller Valves
Wkn Provisions, bat Good D
aaaad Rallies Market, Which
CHICAGO, June 15. Buiiish foreign ad
vices .caused strength In wheat today and
the clone was near the top, with July So
higher and September up c. July corn
was Vie higher, oats were a shade higher,
'while September provisions were unchanged
to 2'4o better.
Wheat was rather quiet, with trading con
fined largely to local Interests. Opening
prices were easier en the excellent weather,
with July a shade to 4'a tc lower at 75v4gi
75Vic and Beptember 01 "eic at 728i2'o.
The weakness was of short duration, how
ever, for with a good demand from com
mission houses the market soon rallied and
held firm the remainder of the session.
The principal factor In the situation was
the bad condition of the crops reported
from abroad, the Hungarian report being
especially bullish, while In France and
England the crop was reported badly dam
aged by rains. A decrease In the visible
supply of 2,707.(109 bushels was also a
strengthening Influence. With a good de
mand from shorts and on buying for long
account September advanced to 13c ana
closed at 73Vl73Hc, a gain of He for the
day. After selling up to 76o July ctosed
c higher at 76V(f76c. Clearances of wheat
and flour were eual to 249.200 bushels.
The amount on passage decreased 6Wi.onO
bushels. Primary recelpta were 460,800
bushels against 806,700 bushels a year ago:
Minneapolis and Duluth reported receipts
of 433 cars, which with local receipts of It
cars one of contract grade made total re
ceipts for the three points 346 cars, against
450 last week and 462 a year ago.
Trading In corn was only moderately
active and the feature early In the day
was the changing from July to September
by elevator people. The market was easier
at the opening under the Influence of favor
able weather and liberal receipts, but the
atrength of wheat and a fairish demand
caused a better feeling later In the day.
The close was firm with July Vc higher at
4V. after selling between 4SVfiC and i$c.
September closed with a gain of WHc at
47Vfl4Sc. Local receipts were 616 cars, IS
of contract grade.
The feature In oats early In the day was
tho selling of July by traders with profits.
The offerings .were In excess of the require
ments of the shorts and In consequence
the market declined. Iater the demand
became more urgent and prices advanced
and closed steady, with July a shade
higher at 38c, after ranging between 38V,
(i3ft74c. September was up a fraction at
SJVy .Wic. Local receipts were 184 cars.
A big run of hogs and a decline of 10c
In prices at the yards caused an easier
tone In provisions at the start, but with a
fair demand later and light offerings the
market steadied around Saturday's closing
figures. Trading was small and without
feature. The close was steady, September
pork being 2V4c higher at 116.86. September
lard was up IVc at $895. and ribs un
changed at $9.27,.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
35 cars; corn, tUw cars; oats, 220 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Article Open. Iligltl.Low. Close. ISat'y.
July Bopt. '
76V. . S
17 i kl
KVal . Ktti
1 97V.I 17 00 '
I 17 00 17 00
IB m I i so
16 77Vsl 16 85
No. 1 a old. b new.
The cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady winter patents, 83.550
8.70; straights, $S.2033.50; spring patents.
84.004.10; straights. 83.403.65; bakers. 82.46
WHEAT No. S spring. 7778c; No. 8, 74
77c: No. 2. red, 754?64c.
CORN No. 3, 4S4484c; No. yellow, 484
OATS No. 2. 384c; No. 8 white, 88Vi38c
RYE No. 2, 61c.
HA RLET Good feeding, 46484o; fair to
choice malting, 60iij63c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 1.07; No. 1 northwest
ern, 8110; prime timothy, 813.86; clover, con
tract grade, $11.60fiU.7&.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. 81 874
rl7.00. Lard, per 100 lbs.. 88.758.80; short
ribs, sides (loose), 391009.26. Pry salted
shoulders (boxed). $8,1248.26; short clear
sides (boxed), $9.6009.76.
Following are the receipts and shipments
of flour and grain Saturday:
Flour, bbls 16.500 15.500
Wheat, bu 27,800 14.800
Corn. bu. 355.100' 108.2O0
Oats, bu 262.500 184,500
Rye. bu 2.900
Barley, bu 63,900 800
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was easy; creameries, 16921c;
dairies. 15V,-l8V.e. ' Eggs, easy at mark,
cases Included. 13414Vc. Cheese, steady,
NKW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
Qaotatloas of the Dsy Varloas
NEW YORK, June 15. FLOUR Receipts,
88,055 bbls.; exports, 8,204 bbls.; firm and
active; winter patents, 83.75hj4.10; winter
straights, $365133.76; Minnesota patents,
$4 2&4M 50; Minnesota bakers'. 33.3Mr3.5o; win
ter low grades, $2 60fi3!0. Rye flour, firm;
fair to good. $2.85t3.20; choice to fancy,
CORN MEAL Quiet; yellow western, $113;
city, $1.10; Brandywlne, nominal.
RYE Steadier: No. I western, 59c; state.
66rS9c. c. I. f.. New York.
BA RLEY Quiet ; feeding. 46c, o. I. f..
Buffalo; malting 614tiMc. c. 1. f, Buffalo.'
WHEAT Recelpta. 74,100 bu. Spot, firm;
No. 2 red, 84c elevator and 85c f. o. b. afloat)
No. 1 northern, Duluth, 904o f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 hard, Manitoba, 9040 f. o. b. afloat.
From the very stsrt wheat moved along
dull lines today, advancing a cent from
Saturday In response to higher cables, bull
crop and weather news from abroad, a big
visible supply decrease, covering and higher
outside markets. The close was firm at
3$34o higher; July 814982c; closed at
82c; September,T747tSc; closed at 784c;
December, 7V78Ac; closed at 78e.
CORN Receipts, 189,650 bu.; exporU, 78.115
bu. Spot, firm; No. 2, 67o elevator and 66c
f o. b. afloat; No. 8 yellow, 874c; No. 3
white, 674c. Option market was better on
- better cables and the wheat advance elos
Ing partly 4c net higher; July, 66V,ff56V4c;
closed at MSc; September, MHSMVac; closed
at 54c December, 63441534c; closed at
OATS Receipts, 138.000 bu.; exports. 5.013
bu. Spot, quiet; No. 3. 414c; standard
white. 444c; No. 8. 44c; No. 3 white. 444c;
No. 8 white, 44c; track, 41346c. Optlona
quiet but steadily held.
HAY Strong: shipping 8036c; good to
choice, $1. 2041.26.
HOI'S Quiet; stats common to choice,
1902. 176 23 He; olds. 69c;Paelno coast, 1903.
lSW 2c: 19U. 141017c; olds 6a9c.
HIDES Steady; Galveston 30 to 25 Iba..
ISo; California. 21 to 25 lbs., 19c; Texaa dry.
84 to 30 lbs., 14c.
kEATHER-Steady; acid. 24r264c.
ICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, 44
07c: Japan, nominal.
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet; family, $10.5O8
U 60; mesa, 8 504)9.60; beef hams. 319.60.fl
packet, $9 504110.00, city extra. India mess.
316(013. Cut meats, quiet; pickled bellies,
$8.7f'il0.26; pickled shoulders, 8S.0ini 50:
pickled hams. $11.25011 .60. Lard, steady;
western steamed, $9.15; rellncd, steady; con
tinent, $926; South American, 89.86; com
pound, 87.6068.ou. Pork, steady; family,
$18 2Vil8 60; short clear, $18.0019.50; mesa,
318 25y 18.76.
TALLOW-Steady; city (8J per pkg). to;
countrv (packages free). 6'4 66Sc.
CHEESE Receipts. 7,243 pkg-i small
white snd colored, 104c; large colored, lvc;
large white, loSc
BUTTER Receipts, 10,150 pkgs.; unset
tled. LOOS Receipts. 11300 pkgs.; steady:
western extras, U4c; western seconds ana
POULTRY Alive, steady; western spring
chickens. 30c; fowls. 14c; turkeys, 11'(j12c.
Dressed, weaker; western broilers. 24u2tic;
fowls. 144c; turkevs, 13il5o.
MKTALB Spot tin advanced 3 16a td In
Ixmdon to 129 17s d and futures gained
12s 6d. dosing at 136 15a. Locally pric-.-s
were higher and the market closed Arm st
83a. 7647 29.1)0. Copper cloaed lis higher at 58
16s for spot,' while futures were unchanged
at 57 &a. In New York copper was dull
and nominally unchanged at 114 .60014.76 for
lake and electrolyte and 814 fer casting.
Lead was ule4 44 uacAandt at $4.37)4
and at an advance of la 3d In London,
where spot closed at 11 4s 3d. Spelter ad
vanced J M In lyoodon to 20 ls 6d, but
here It was quiet and nominal at 86.26.
Iron closed at 63s In Olssgow and at 4ia
3d In Mlddlesbomugh. Locally Iron wss
quiet; No. 1 northern foundry Is quoted at
tvo 21. 00; No. 3 northern foundry at 319.00
til9 6u; No. 1 southern foundry and No. 1
aoft southern foundry, $19.60(920.00. War
rants are nominal.
OMAHA WHOLESALE: MARKET.
Condition of Trade and Quotations
Staple and Fancy Prodaee.
EOOS Fresh stock, loss off, 124c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, li3lu4c; spring
chickens, per lb, 2nc; roosters, according to
age, 4'ri.H-; turkeys, 13 u 16c; ducks, 7t8c;
geese, tV(j 7c.
BUT! tK rscklng stock, 144c; choloe
dairy, In tubs, b'ij7r; separator, 21f22c.
FRESH FISH Fresh caught trout, 9e;
pickerel, 9r; pike, 9c; perch, Sc; buffalo, 7c;
bluefish, 11c; whttefish. 9c; salmon, 15c;
haddock, l"c; codtlah 12c; redsnapper, 10c;
lobsters, bnllol, per lb., 2Dc; lobsters, green,
per lb., 23c; bullheads, 11c; catfish, 14c;
black bass. 1720c; halibut, 10c; shad roe,
40c per pair; roe shad, 31 each; crappie: He;
herring, 6c; perch. 6c; white bass, 10c; blue
BRAN Per ton, 315.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Dealers' association: Choice No. 1,
upland, 310; No. 2, $9.50; medium, $9; coarse,
$8.60. Rye straw, $7. These prices are for
hay of good crkr and quality. Demand fair
and receipts light.
OATS 3Sc ,
RYE No. 2, 50c.
OLD POTATOES Northern stock, per
bu , C0fj5c; natives, 3540c.
NEW POTATOES Southern, per lb,, 2c
PARSLEY Per dozen bunches, 30c.
PARSNIPS Per bu., 40o.
CUCUMBERS Hothouse, per doi., 60c.
BEANS Wax, per bu. box, $2.60; string,
per bu. box, $2.50.
CABBAGE New California, per lb., 8c
TOMATOES New Florida, per 8-baaket
RHUBARB Per lb., 1c.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., 82.50.
ONIONS New California dry, per lb., 2c;
Texas, per lb., 2c
STRAWBERRIES Missouri and home
grown, per 24-auart case. $2.60: Hood rivers.
cherries California, white and black,
per 10-lh. box. $2.
CANTALOUPE Florida, per crate, 83.60(9
APPLES Ben Davis, per bbl., $4 60.
TROPICA L FRUITS.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. cartons, 75c;
Turkish, per 18-lb. box, 18c.
ORANGES California navels, fancy, for
176 and smaller sizes, $4.00; for 150 and
larger sixes, $3.26; Mediterranean, all sixes,
$3.003.26; Jaffa, $3.263.60; fancy blood, per
half box. $2.00.
LEMONS California fancy, all alses,
$4.50; Messlnas, $4.00.
DATES Persian. In 70-lb. boxes, per lb.,
6c; per case of 80-lb. pkgs., $3.26.
PINEAPPLES Florida, $3.00; Cuban,
MAPLE SLQAR-Ohlo, per lb., 10c
POPCORN Per lb.. 2c: shelled, 4c.
HIDES No. 1 areen. 64c: No. 2 green.
54c; No. 1 salted, 74c; No. 2 salted, 64c;
No. 1 veal cair, o to 12 lbs., 84c; no. 2,
veal calf, 12 to 15 lbs., 64c; dry salted
hides, Kf)12; sheep pelts, 25ig76c; horse
hides, $1.502 50.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shell, per lb.,
16c; hard shell, per lb., 14c; No. 2 soft shell,
per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard shell, per !b., 12c;
Brazils, per lb., 12c. Filberts, per lb., 12c.
Almonds, soft shell, per lb., 16c; hard shell,
per lb., 15c. Pecans, large, per lb., 124c;
small, per lb., 11c; cocoanuts, per dot., 610;
chestnuts. rer lb.. 10c: peanuts, per lb..
64c; roasted peanuts, per lb., 7c; black
walnuts, per bu., $1; Hickory nuts, per mi.,
OLD METAL, ETC. A. B. Alplrn quotes
the following prices: Iron, country mixed,
per ton, $10; Iron, stove platei per ton, $8;
Conner. ter lb.. 8c: brass, heavy, per lb..
84c; brass, light, per lb., 64c; lead, per lb.,
3c; sine, per lb., 24c
St. I.ools Grnla nn Provisions.
ST. LOUIS. June 15. WH EAT Higher ;
No. 2 cash, elevator, nominal; track, 784131
78Tfcc; July, 784c; September, 734c; No. 2
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, nominal;
track. 62 53c; July, 484c; September, 474
OATS Lower; No. 2 cash, nominal; track,
46c; July, 884c : September, 334c; No. i
RYE 63c, nominal.
stents, $3.60&3.70, extra fancy and straight,
SEED Timothy, nominal, $2.00433.50.
BRAN Weak, heavy; basis ' East St
HAY Easier ; timothy, 88.00020.00; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES $1.05.
BAOOI NG 6(HV-c.
HEMP TWINE 6c.
PROVISIONS - Pork, weaker: jobbing,
standard mess, $17.40. Lard, higher at $8.45.
Bacon, steady; boxed, extra snorts, $10,00;
clear ribs, $10.25; short clear. $10,374.
METALS -Lead, dull at I4.124S4.15. Spel
ter, dull at $5.60H.60.
POULTRY Springs, lower: chickens. 10c;
sptings, 15c; turkeys, 8c; ducks, 74c; geese,
BUTTER Steady; creamery, .1625o;
EGGS Lower at 144c loss off.
Flour, bbls 1,000 600
Wheat, bu 20.000 . . 6.000
Corn, bu 14.000 6.000
Oats, bu 14,000 3.000
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA, June 15. BUTTER
Dull and 4c lower; extra western cream
ery, 22c; nearby printa, 23c
EGOS Firm, good demand; fresh nearby,
18o, loss off; western, 18c; southwestern,
CHEESE Quiet, unchanged; New York
full creams, choice new, 110:114c; fair to
good, new, 1040104c
Liverpool GraJa Market.
LIVERPOOL, June 15 WH EAT Spot,
steady; No. 2 red western, winter, 6s 4d;
No. 1 northern, spring, 6s 7d; No. 1 Cali
fornia, 6s 8d. Futures, quiet; July, 6s 34d;
September. 8s 24d.
CORN Spot, American mixed, new, firm
at 6a Id; old, quiet at 6s 2d. Futures, quiet;
June, nominal; July, 4s84d; September,
Visible Sapply of Grala.
NEW YORK, June 16. The visible supply
of g.ain on Saturday, aa complied by the
New York Produce exchange. Is ss follows:
WHEAT 20,004,000 bu.; decrease, 2.707,000.
CORN 4.8SO.O00 bu.; decrease, 61,000.
OATS 4.607,000 bu.; decrease. 146.000.
RYE 67.000 bu.: decrease, 131,000.
BARLEY-682.000 bu.; decrease, 92,000.
Minneapolis Wheat, Floor- aad Braau
MINNEAPOLIS. June 18. WHEAT SOVs;
July, 794c; September, 724ff724c; on track.
No. 1 hard, 814c; No. 1 northern, 4c; No.
8 northern, 754c; No. 3 northern, 77J78o.
FLOUR First patents, 42-'j'424c: second
patents. 414M2e; second clears, 238234c
BRAN In bulk. $14.00014.25.
Kansas City Grain aad Provlsloas.
KANSAS CITY. June 15. WHEAT July.
8Tfl.6Sc; September, 664c.
CORN-July, 464c: September. 4340434c
EGGS Steady. Missouri and Kansas, lie.
cases returned; new No. 3 whltewood cases
PEORIA. June 15. CORN Higher; No.
I, 47c: No. 4. 464C
OATS Firm; No. I white. 8Sc; No. 4
Boston Stock tanotastons.
BOSTON'. June 15. Call loans. 34474 per
cent; time loans, 4yij per cent. Official
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
AtthlMB 4 Ctlumrt as Heola....47t
Atrbtaoa ' C'anuualai 1
4a fli J1 (oppr Hang , 114
N. T. N. H. a) H..1M ilMmlnloa Coal US,
KUrhburs pta 1M Franklin f
I'Dlon PaclAo ' lla Rorala
Max. Central US Mohawk 44
American sugar Halt Old Ixailaloa 13 VI
do pld llvOaeaola it
Aaaartcaa T. T 145 Parrot Jiu
Dominion 1. 11 Uulncr aa
Oan. Clectrta ITT Santa Fa Cos ear ls
BUaa, Eiactrls 11 Tamarack Ill
do std 44 'Trlmoaaula MH
tlsUad Fruit 1014 Trinity a.
V. S. Btaal , l'nlta4 Ctatas Mil
4o pld 40 I'taS f
Wastlnsa. Cosaoa.. PO Vlrtorla 4
Advanture 4 jWlnooa, g
Allouaa i Wolr.rlna M
Am, . 1 ma tad 4JV Dajjr Waat aU
Wotv York Mtnlaa- Qaotatloas.
NEW YORK, June 15. -The following are
the quotations on the New York Stock ex
change: Adasw Cob I I Lit t la Chla
Alio ., M nOBtarie tot
Hr-M la lOphlr U4
Bninawlrk Cob t far'hoaBls S
I nnatnek Tunnal .... TSt Pstsol pa
Cos. CaJ. Vs 144 )
4'fvs 81lvr 100 iStafTo NarBds Tl
Iron SI War 171. lull Hop M
Laadrllla Cos 9 Suadar tai
rrlis riaaaelal. ,
LONDON, June 16. Money was fairly
tileuUftU la Uva aaarket lodair and there
was a better demand. In view of the prep,
aratlona for the payment of the Instal
ment of $15,000,000 of the Transvaal loan
tr morrow. Discounts were steady. There
was a growing disposition to expect a re
duction of the Bank of England rate of
discount on Thursday nest. Business on
the Stock exchange was quiet, and the bad
weather prevailing helped to dampen the
enthusiasm of operators: There wss a
pretty general reaction of profit-taking.
Consols were fractionally easier and home
rails were apathetic. Americans opened
down 464 below parity. Union Paclllc
was the most distressed on realisations
and closed Itat. Grand Trunk was easlT.
Argentine rails were dull on rumors of diffi
culties In the provinces. Kaffirs were
PARIS, June 15. Prices on the bourse
tcday opened firm, but later French rentes
weskened, which affected the rest of the
market, with the exception of Turkish se
curities. Three per cent rentes, 9t 2oe for
the account; exchange on London, 25f 16o
for the account.
REKLIN, June 15. Business on the bourse
today was Inactive and quotations nominal.
Exchange on London, 2om 424pfg for
checks; discount rates for short bills, 24
per cent; for three months' bills, 34 per
NKW YORK STOCKS AND HOXDS.
Rlslaar Tide Reaches High Water
Mark aad Prices Ebb Onrc More.
NEW YORK, June 15.-Prlcea of securl
ties had a decided backset as a result of
today's trading. Pressure developed from
the outset and with only occasional halts
and small fractional rallies the level of
prices sank lower throughout the day. The
closing was heavy at the lowest. The
stocks In which the great bulk of the trad
ing occurred have lost all the way from 3
to 3 points from Saturday s level. This In
cludes the principal coalers, grangers. Pa
cifies and soulhwesterns. The question
whether the market was on the eve of a
revival or speculation for the advance was
thus decisively answered and there was a
corresponding relapse In prevailing senti
ment about the Stock exchange Into de
spondency and apprehension. There was no
very Important development of news to ac
count for the renewed decline, but it was
obvious that the urgent demand from the
uncovered short Interest had become mostly
nuaiicu, mine ma i ii v tit, inten i uemana naa
dropped out with a sharper recovery In
prices from Wednesday s low level. There
was some large selling early in the day
which had the appearance of selling on
speculative accounts which had been se
cured at the low level. London took part
In the selling and western wire houses also
sent orders on an Important scale. The
selling was not so large later In the dav,
but prices yielded without resisting power,
and there was no attempt perceptible to
support the market. The result la to open
up former doubts about the motive of the
sel.lng and the-extent to which liquidation
may now be pursued on the decline. The
uncertainty over the corn crop which fell
Into the background In tHe satisfaction over
the government report on wheat came Into
play again today, and the excited Jump in
the cotton market called attention afresh
to the dangers of that crop. Lnst week's
feeling that the culmination of the western
floods left tha factor amply discounted
gave place today to the realization that
statistics of railroad earnings from that
region for several weeks to come must
show the large Inroads upon traffic and
then large expenses for repairs of the dam
age caused by the floods. The assembling
of the coa; miners' convention and the ex
tension of the lockout In New York build
ing trades revived anxiety over the labor
Money waa easy, but sterling exchange
recovered here and ran off sharply both In
Paris and Berlin. As a result there was
close calculation over an export of gold by
tomorrow's steamer, keeping alive expecta
tion on this point. The market closed, how
ever, with no announcement of any engage
ment. The satisfactory recuperation shown
by the banks in the Saturday's statement
leaves the surplus reserve still at a low
level for this season of the year, and there
Is a disposition to await with great Interest
the compilation of the returns to the con
tfoller for June 9 of the condition of na
tional banks throughout the country. The
Inference from the foreign trade statement
for May, which shows a falling off In total
"ports compared with last year of over
32.000.000, is that our exports of manufac
tured products are declining, as the ex
ports of agricultural products were slightly
above those of last year. The newa from
London that a prominent financier has
booked a passage home for this week after
authorised Intimations had been given that
his vacation might be extended Into August
was made use of by the professional oper
ators with unfavorable effect. The bond
market waa dull but Irregular. Total sales,
par value, 31.275,000. United States bonds
were all unchanged on the last calL
Following are the quotations on the New
York Stock exchanre:
f" Railway pit....
' Taxaa faalAa....
BaL Ohio U Tolado, gc L. i
do Bid 1 I da. DM
Canadlaa Paclso U lUnlon Pael&a
. i do fd
. K IWabaah
. 4l do ptd
. M Iwhaallng L. ..
HW do M pld
. ' iWla. Central
. M do ptd
Vn Adama Kx
1 Amartcan Ex
. 11 United Stale Ex..
. jWalla-Farso Ex....
II iAmal. Copper ....
. M4 Amor. Car ax F....
. nw do ptd
171 Amer. Ui. Oil....
.161 do pfd
314 Amartcan 8. R..
. 14 do ptd
. UtilAnao. Mining Co..
. 44 Brooklyn R
. 44 U r nln r,.i B. 1.
Chaa. at Ohio ,
Calrsto 4V Alloa..
Chicago A O. W..
do 1st pfd
do Id pld
Chicago O. W.
Chicago Tor. aV Tr
C. C C. A SU U.
do lot ptd
do td pfd
Dal. to Hudaoa...
Dal. I W
Denver A R. O...
do lot pfd
do 14 pld
Oroat Nor. pld...
Horklng Valley ..
Illinois Central ..
Lake Erie W...
L. A N
Met. St. Rr
Mex. National ...
Minn. A St. L....
M . K. A T
.1 Cooa. Gaa !"lkt
H4Cont. Tobacco pfd. ..Ill
UJ4i Hooking Coal '
IT ilnter. Paper
ii ao ptd.. ,.,
.. 0 Inter. Power
..101 l.aclede Oaa
.1094 National Blacult ..
,.m National Lead ....
.1254 No. American
.. 124 PaclBo Coast
.. 11 iPaclAc Mall
.. 71 'People's Oaa
.1014 Preaaed 8. Car ....
.. 10V do pfd
. 474 Pullman P. Car....
N. J. Central...
N. Y. Central..
Norfolk A W...
Ontario A W...
do lot pfd
do Id pfd
Bt. LAS r...
do Jet pfd
do Id pfd
t. L. S W
....lo ;Rf public Steel
.....lrt do pld
..... M Tenn. Coal eV Iron
.... 144 I nlon Bag at P
1244 U. 8. Leather
..... 44j do pfd
04.U. g. Rubber
16 do pfd
70 C. 8. Steel
74 I do pld
114 Western Union
.... 114 Amer. Locomotive..
II 4 do pld
....I604 K. C. Southern
174 do pld
.... 44 Rock leland
tlT... lln kM
The closlnar ouotatinna rtn knn. - -
f ollowa :
U. 8. ref. 2a,
do coupon ,
do la. rag..
...1M4 L. A N. sal
...lot, Mex. Central
...lO'.-t.' Ill, la I..
..1074 Minn. A It L 4s...l
do sew 4a, rag 126 M., K. A T. 4a...
do coupes 116 do la
do old 4a. rag . ....114 N. T. C. gea. 14a
do coupon ...."....111 'xN. J. c. gea. 6a
do aa. rag 10:4 No. PaelBc e.....
do coupe) 10141 do la.
Atrhlaoa gen. 4s M4 N. W. eon. 4a..,
do adj. 4a 0 Reading gen. 4a..
Bal. ft Ohio 4a 101 4 Bt. L. ft I. M.
. c. (a. Ill
la. mt a. r. a
do coo. 4a 1004 xBt. L. 8. W. la
Canada 80. xe 106 ; xdo la
Central of Oa. Is. ...104 8. A. ft A. P. 4a
xdo la Ine 74 Bo. PaclBo 4a
nee. unie ea...o4 so. Railway 6a 1164
Chicago ft A. I!.t... 76CxiTeia ft Paclllc U.116U
- a. a. . - ... t. tfc az vr.
11C. M ft St P g. 4a. lot , Union PaclBc 4a.
v. f- -. " m . ., L. m. m JH a 7a
. . . s. ao oonv.
r l s. x
1064 Wabaah la....
Hal do 2a
. HI do dah B
C r C ft Bt L g. 4a
Chlcaso Ter. 4a....
Colorado 8o. 4a....
Denver ft R. O. 4a
Erla prior Ilea 4s..
do seneral 4o....
, M4xtWeat Shore 4a...
. a Wheel, ft L, E. 4i
. M4 Wla. Central 4a....
, M iCob. Tobacco 4a....
.104 'xColo. Fu.1 .
r. W. ft D. C. la
Losdos Stack Market.
LONDbN. June 11 Closing quotations:
14 K. T. Central
14 Norfolk ft Weetera.
44 do pld
714 Ontario ft Westers.
7 4 Peaaajt-aala
M4 Rand Mines
Baltimore ft Ohio..
Canadian PaclBc in 4 Reading
Chreapeako ft Ohio.. 404
do ia pid
Chicago U. W...
C. M. ft 84. P..
Denver ft R. O.
do ptd .
do let pfd
da 14 pld
ao id pld
D. 8. Bteol
Illinois Central Ill
Loulavlllo ft Nash. ..1144
M.. K. ft T U
BAR SILVER 34 6-1(4 per ounce.
MONEY J4J34. per cent. The rate of dis
count In the open market for both short
and three-months' bills is 379315-1( per
Dry Goads Market.
NEW YORK. June 15. DRY GOODS
Phows an advancing tendency and buyers
show an Increasing .disposition to accept
the new level that Is established. The con
tinued advances In raw material causes
the seller to take a determined atand re-
(iaj-dlng quotations. While here and there
ow price nave been accepted there Is
usually some aood reason for It and the
tnarket la 3J4MLeflae4 br general firm- j
ness and Inability on the part of the buy
ers to secure concessions.
NEW ORLEANS, June 15 COTTON
Flrm; sales, TaO bales; ordinary, 10 8-18';
good ordinary, 116-16c; low middling,
li3-lAc; middling, 131-loc; good middling.
U-loc; middling fair. 144c nominal; re
ceipts, 693 bales; stock, tis.if bales. Fu
tures, firm; June, 13.40c bid; July, 18.87c
bid; August, 13.3SC bid; September, 11.7143
ll.tc; October. Ift.t4jl0.ubc; November,
10.3'n in. 23r; iH-cember, 10.2ijM.21e.
Nfc,V YORK, June Id. COT TON The
market ojicncd Irregular and unsettled at
an advance of lOijj.l. imlnts under a rush of
shorts to cover, following u sensational
burst of strength at Liverpool, whlcn mar
ket at 13.;foc was 18vauo4) points higher,
with private cables denoting a Flmilar
speculative position on the other side to
tnat existing here and In New Orleans; the
big bulls being apparently In full control
and talk of a corner In the eariy autumn
options Increasing. The Initial advance
here put everything on the list up to a new
high record lor tne spsson, July selling at
li..toc on the call, September at 13.3nc, Oc
tober at 10.45c and December at M.;4uc. New
Orleans, however, showed little disposition
to respond to the bullish Impulses snd
later cables from Liverpool denoted a sub
stantial reaction there. When the first
rush of covering had somewhat subsided,
therefore, the market became very Irreg
ular and showed a downward tendency;
July was soon forced down to 12.17c, Au
gust to 11.84c, September to 11.12c and Janu
ary to lo.ioc; men there was a period of
comparative quiet, but in the last hour
there was another rush of covering and
strong New Orleans support, with reports
of a break In the levee at Vicksburg, wnleh
again sent values kiting, with tne late
months especially surpassing all previous
high points for the season. September
sold at 11.37c; October, 10.68c; November,
10.45c; February, 10.2oc; the, list was Anally
steady, within 24 points of best of the late
months and 24 to 38 points higher on all
option except June and July, which closed
net unchanged. Total sales were esti
mated at loo,ou0,0ii bales. Port receipts to
day were 1.447 bales, agalnsf 4g'T8 bales
Isst year. Weather conditions were gen
erally favorable except low temperatures.
8T. LOCIS. June 15. COTTON Strong
and He higher; middling, 12Hc; sales, none;
receipts, &J1 bales; shipments, nil bales;
stock. 6,683 bales.
LIVERPOOL. June 15. COTTON-Spot
In limited demand; prices 10412 points
higher; American middling fair, .48d; good
middling, 7.2M; middling, 7.;ld; low mid
dling, .Kd; good ordinary, 6.64d; ordinary,
6.44d. The sales of the day were 4.000 bales,
of which 8"0 were for speculation and ex
port and included 3,tW0 American; receipts,
2.100 bales, all American. Futures one.ied
firm and closed weak and very shy;
American middling, June, 6.74d; June and
July, 6. toil; July and August, 6.63d; August
and September, 6.61d; September and Octo
ber, 6.11d; October and November, b.,2J;
November and December, 5.5sd: December
and January, 6.64d; January and February,
o.aSd; February and March, 6.63d.
Oil aad llosia.
OIL CITY, Pa., June 16. OIL Credit bal
ances, 3160; certificates, no bid. Ship
ments, 111,376 bbls.; average, 70,676 bbls.;
runs, 161,6a) bbls.; average, 82,931 bbls.
Shipments, Lima, 111.885 bbls.; average,
66,7 bbls.; runs, 111,330 bbls.; average, 6s,
SAVANNAH, Ga., June 16. OIL Turpen
tine, firm, 46c '
ROSIN Firm ; A, B. C, 3165; D, 3170;
E, 61.76; F. 3180; Q, $1.86; H, $2.26; I, $2.20;
K. $2.26; M, $2.86; N. $2.00; WO, $3.10; W,
NEW YORK, June 15 OIL Cottonseed,
firm; prime yellow, tluAic Petroleum,
steady. Turpentine, steady.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlta.
NEW YORK, Juno 15. EVAPORATED
APPLES Quiet under a light demand, but
holders show confidence and are offering
no concessions on strictly high grade fruit;
common are quoted at 4jjolc; prime, oVc;
choice, 6c; fancy, 6H&'7V4c.
CALIFORNIA D1EU FRUITS Spot
prunes are in fair jobbing demand, ruling
steady to firm at 7c for all grades. Apri
cots remain firm, though demand Is not
more than moderate; choice are quoted at
lUHc and fancy at 10tjUttc. Peaces are
?uiet, with choice quoted at 7x0 and
ancy at 810Hc
NEW YORK. June 16. COFFEE Spot
Rio, quiet; mild, steady. Futures opened
steady at unchanged prices, but developed
an easier tendency under better receipts
and lower European cables, closing quiet
and steady, uncnangvd to 6 points lower.
Sales, 5,760 bags, Including July at 3.S&0, Sep
tember at 8.O0C, October at 3.to, November
at 4.00434.60c and Deoerdber at 4.36c
Ixgsr and Molasses.
NEW ORLEANS, June 15.-SUOAR Cen
trifugal whites, 4 l-loo; yellows, ltfc;
MOLASti3 Open kettle, nominal, ISGf
26c; centrifugal, 6t318o; syrup, nominal. 18
NEW YORK. Juno 15. SUGAR Raw.
steady; refined, steady.
MOLAEUi-a yuieu ..
' Milwaukee Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE, June 16. WHEAT Firm;
No. 1 northern, 85c; No. 1 northern, 83 Vic;
July, 764c asked.
CORN July, 48c
RYE Firm; No. 1, 63S4c
BARLEY Firm; No. i, 6767Ho; sample,
Elgin Batter Market.
ELOIN, 111... June 15. BUTTER Declined
lc a pound on the Board of Trade today,
owing to large receipts and excellent pas
ture, selling at 21c The sales of the dis
trict for the week were 829,000 pounds.
HT. LOTUS. June 15. WOOL Steady:
medium grades and combing, 160 Vic; light
fine. I4iawc; neavy line, ii(unc; tuo
NEW YORK. June 15. WOOL Firm.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK, MARKET.
Cattle aad Hogs Drop a Diane. While
Sheep Slay Steady.
CHICAOO, June 15 CATTLE Receipts,
80,000 head; market 10?r20e lower; good to
prime steers. 34.905.00; Blockers snd feed
era, $3.004t4.00; cows. $1.60K0; heifers. $2.26
4T4.25; canners, $1.60r3.00; bulls, $3.50?i4.25;
calves. $2.50jS.75; extra fed steers. $4-60.
HOGS Receipts, 50,000 head; estimated to
moirow, 12.000 head; left over, 6.000 hesd;
market Mi Kc lower; closed firm; mixed
and butchers, $6.90fi.30; good to choice
heavy, $i 10416.26; rough heavy, $5.85a6.10;
light. $6.Wi6.05: bulk of sales, 85.956 15
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 17,000
head; sheep, stesdy; lambs. IW.Dc lower;
good to choice wethers, $4.60i5.50; fair to
choice mixed. $3.26&4.&0; western sheep, 84.60
fii.M: native lambs, 4.fO.tj.75; western
lambs. $4 60-86. 50; spring lambs. $5.50r7.00.
Cattle 571 1.033
Hogs K188 3.736
St. I.eals Live Steek Market.
BT. LOUIS. Mo.. June 16. Until the water
gets low enough at the Nstionsl Stock
yards in East St. Louis to enable the rail
roads to land stock at the yards, temporary
quarters have been taken at the plant of
the St. Louis Dressed Beef compsny In St.
Louis, where business will be conducted for
the next few dsys.
CATTU2 Receipts were in the vicinity of
600 head, about 300 of which were mainly
Texas steers, presenting a general good
condition. Native cattle were comprised of
steers snd heifers of good choice quality.
The receipts were well disposed of, with
prices taking a down turn of about 10c.
Everything shipped in can be taken care
of to good advantage until the yards sre
again open. Nstlve steers, 34.00rg6.2&; heif
ers, $3.754r4.5; Texans. $4.00.
HOGS Receipts. 8ti0 head, and comprised
a fair range of medium and heavy weights
of a general good quality. The demand
was fairly good, with trade active, and a
good disposal resulted. Prices declined
fully 10c at last week's close. Representa
tive sales were: Hos. 36 1(nh.15.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 800 head.
All found ready sale, with prices about
steadv. although sslesmen sdvlse shippers
to hold their sheep back, as the demand st
f resent is falling off. Sheep, $4.26; lambs,
Hew York Live StocV Market.
NEW YORK, June 15. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4.280 head: steers 10c lower at $.(
6 60; bulls, $2.6&fc4 30; cows. $1 50(94.00. Ca
bles unchanged; exports estimated tomor
row, 840 cattle, 1,240 sheep and 4oj quarters
CALVES Receipts. 7.66.1 hetd; veals, firm
to 25c higher st 34 W&i.OO; tips. $715W7.5;
buttermilks. $2.9043.25; mixed cilves, $3.37Vi
(15.50: city dressed veals. Arm at 8ul0c per
HOGS Receipts, 7.923 hesd; state and
Pennsylvania nogs, I664i.75.
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts, 31.859
head; sheep steady; lambs Ifi4j25c low r;
Eood demand; sheep. 83 266 26: culls, $3;
trobs, $e.Ou47.50; yearlings, $4.50S..
Sloax City Live Steek Market.
SIOUX CITY. June 15 (8peclal Tele
gram) CATTLE Receipts. 1.100 head;
s lookers stesdy and killers lower; beeves,
$4 (04 90: cows and heifers, $2 6utj4.00: Block
ers and feeders, $3 6"B4 oO; calves and year
HOGS Receipts. 1000 head: 10c lower,
selllnc at $6.7644)00; bulk, $6.764 96.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
HetTj Receipts of Oattl it AJ1 Po nta sod
PrioM 8iffered a Shirp Decline.
HOGS SOLD ABOUT A DIME LOWER
Receipts et Sheep Were More Liberal
at Most relets and Market Here
Waa Very litres, Sense Sales
Steady. Othere Mack Lower.
SOUTH OMAHA, June 16.
Receipts were: Cuttle. Hogs. Bheep.
Oincial Monday 8.60U 7,oo0 l,,tw
name day iau week i.ojt) ,oJl 1,444
tanie Week before 3,410 l,3,u
barne three weecs ago... 2,oss k,rtl 3,3i4
Same four weeks ago.... l.otfi 4.004 3,nu4
pome oa last yesr B,0i( 4,lo 3,ti;i
KKCtlPTS FOR THE YKAR iW DAiK
Ihe following table shows tno receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
Hie year 10 dale, with comparisons with last
ye-1"! 1903. 1902. Inc Dec,
J-'tl 460,047 844,770 106,277
HO'a I,122,4s3 1.22L 412 88,628
!eep 634,233 382,640 161.898
Average price paid toi ngs at South
Omaha for the last several days with com
parisons: Data, I 1808. 13uj. 130l. l.lS8e.188.U7.
I $ 82t
7 Uj 4
( 21 t 871
wt 1 su
4 46 I si
4 2s 3 6.
U 3 09
4 Jbi 3 62
8 01 3 C5
4 II I 3 40
4 99 3 6t
7 Uj 5 8
4 831 8 67
4 bsi 3 50 1
4 31 S 68
t l, 3 o
4 95 3 87,
5 02 3 40j
6 1U 3 tl
3 881 3
3 87 2 31
2 H-i 3 29
3 98 3 2
3 86 $ 21
I 00 1
6 07 I
" 0 o
4 92 3 57
7 361 5 861
7 311 6 81
I 6 So,
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Roads. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
v. ., m. ox ot. i. fty. a
Missouri Paclllc Ry 62
Union Pacific Sys. 43 18
C. Sl N. W. Ry.... 15 8
F., E. & M. V. Ry. 79 22 .
C, St. P.. M. A 6. 21 6
B. & M. Ry 130 16
C, B. & Q. Ry.... 6 1
K. C. & St. J. Ry.. 4 2
C. R. I. & P., east 9
C R. I. & P., west 59 4
Illinois Central Ry 4 6
Total recelDta..430 113
The disposition of the day'a receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of bead Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 896 873 .....
Swift and Company 1,331 1,074 817
Armour & Co 1,848 1,486 86
fllriahv Papltlnv rA 1 47a 1 'Q8
Omaha P. Co., St. Joe...!
Cudahy, from country,... 765
Armour, from Sioux City 60 i229
... a. Dreuil.ll
Hill A Son
Huston 4k Co
L. F. Hues
Morton A Gregson 626
Sheridan Meat Co 77
Other buyers 287
Totals 7,183 7.868 2,300
CATTLE There were about 6.600 cattle
reported this morning, which Is the heaviest
run of cattle for the year to date. Prsc-
noBiiy bji oi tne receipts consisted of kill
ers, ao It could safely be said that there
were more rat eattie in the yards today
than ever before. Other markets also had
extremely heavy receipts and the total
visible supply at the five principal market
points amounted to over 60,000 head. In
view of this enormous supply, packers were
naturally very oeansn.
The market here ortened extremelv slow.
with packers bidding 15 25c lower on the
beef steers. Salesmen were willing to take
off some, but were scarcely prepared to
make so great a concession. As a result
ine aay waa well advanced before much
trading was done. The bulk of the early
sales were safely 16ft'20c lower and the
market seemed to git worse Instead of
better, so the general market could safely
be quoted 16&26c lower. At noon there
were still a good many cattle In first hands.
The cow market wss also lower, but the
decline was not as radical as on beef steers.
In the great majority of cases the decline
would be covered by 1016c Trading was
not very active, but as the big end of the
receipts consisted of beef steers the bulk
of the cows were disposed of before noon.
All kinds suffered, the good as well as the
bad. Aa high at $4.66 was paid for heifers.
They were from the same lot that sold
last week for $4.85, but those thst arrived
today were not considered aa good.
Bulls, veal calves and stags all had to
sell lower In sympathy with the decline on
steers and cows.
There were very few stock rs and feed
ers on hand this morning, but the demand
was very limited and as a result the market
was slow and a little lower. Representa
No. At. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
21 464 4 II 11 1111 4 40
4 Ill ID M 1147 4 40
tl t74 4 0 41 1071 4 40
1 474 4 10 1 1144 4 40
1 140 4 U 11 1144 4 40
14 HI III II 1041 4 44
10 1061 4 1' 70 1111 4 44
I tl 4 14 IT 1021 4 16
44 1417 4 40 1 12M 4 44
1 1214 4 40 M 1214 4 44
11 1041 4 40 IT ,...1131 4 46
1 1141 4 44 M 1161 4 44
10 1174 4 40 14 1111 4 44
14 1064 4 40 II 1101 4 IS
IT IM 4 M M IM 4 41
11 1001 4 10 40 12M 4 44
II 1041 4 40 II 1K4 4 TO
11 1111 4 40 II HOT 4 TO
1 1041 4 40 it Il4 4 70
1 1"4 4 40 4 12IT 4 70
IT 1207 4 46 II 1141 4 TO
It Ill 4 II 41 1260 4 TO
10 1011 4 44 14 1174 4 71
4 1144 4 II II 1121 4 Tl
II 1241 4 II M 1140 4 Tl
40 1170 4 14 41 1111 4 40
IT 1004 4 II IT 1144 4 10
II 144 4 44 II 11 4 M
11 1111 I U IT 1144 4 10
11 14 4 40 . 14 1M4 4 44
14 1IH 4 40 11 1411 4 10
14 1144 4 40
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
j lot 4 M 11 UN I 40
10..... W0 4 II 14 111 4 T
U HI IU
1 114 1 Tl 3 1111 I M
1 IM I 00 4 1000 I M
1 UO I 40 I nil 4 00
1 1110 I T4 1 1100 4 00
I st in I iiu 4 so
1 Ill t Tl 1 110 4 00
II 104 I to 1 1J.S0 4 04
1 140 I 00 1 UO 4 00
I TM I W I IIU 4 00
I lit I 10 T 1101 4 00
10 Ill I 10 II 1104 4 00
14 174 I 10 11 K4 4 04
1 1040 I II I , It 4 04
I lit IK 1 40 4 04
1 140 I 10 I Hut 4 10
1 0 I 40 1 1000 4 1
1 1124 I 40 4 1121 4 II
144 I 40 1 140 4 11
3 1400 I 40 11 IU 4 II
1 110 ,1 40 14 104 4 14
1 1140 1 40 II 1174 4 II
T 1021 I 44 1 1430 4 10
tl 147 TO 1241 4 II
4 1071 I T6 1 1170 4 16
4 1011 I TS 14 HIT 4 14
II 101 I Tl 1 1111 4 10
1 1340 I T4 I.... 1270 4 10
1 1140 I TS 1 1114 4 II
t 1040 I T6 1 1210 4 14
1 1040 I Tl 1 1100 4 H
II 121 I Tl 1 1144 4 U
II Ml 111 8 1111 4 16
10 104T I K I llirT 4 40
1 44 1 10 1 1240 4 40
COWS AND HEIFERS.
9 141 4 oo
I Ill I 00 1 1100 4 00
I TM t 40 t 444 4 10
1 460 I 04 I Ill 4 11
1 110 I 40 t TkO 4 10
14 461 I Tl II Ul 4 14
11 IM IN 1 140 4 44
1 414 4 40 41 121 4 44
II U44 3 to 1 Ill 4 64
1 10M I a 1 1420 I SO
1 1U0 I 40 3 1470 I M
1 144 I 41 1 14M 4 0
1 114 I S 1 114 4 40
1 , IM I 71 1 1170 4 00
1 1410 I T4 1 1640 4 04
1 too 71 1 40 4 04
1 140 I TS 1 470 4 II
1 Iu60 3 M 1 44 4 1
I in 4 0 1 141 M
I tl 4 1 14 ft
1 4 4 1 11 OS
1 1 M 4. )4 I t
3 In I $ U 4 ft
4 17 4 SO 1 tlO t M
STOCK COWS AND HEIFr,RS.
8 414 I to I (in I K
STOt KF.H8 AND FEEDERS.
1 t'.o I oo I rro 4 10
l 4M I 40 17 474 4 14
I IM ll 40 410 4 14
14 Ml 4 04 't : 4 14
t 21 4 10 4 4 40
HOOft There was a very heavy run Of
hogs here today for a Monday, about 111
loads being reported. Pome of them, how
ever, wt-re consigned direct to local pack
ers. Chicago had fiO.Ono head and the mar
ket there was reported fu'ly a dime lower.
In view of the heavy receipts at all points
the market here also took a tumble. As a
gcnornl thing the market was right around
a tilme lower. The bulk of the hogs sold
from $5.P. to $6. with the long string at
$.-H,v,. The cnoli-e heavyweights sold mostly
at 6.0osi6.ii6. Trading w.m not very brisk
at any lime, but still the hulk of the offer
ings was rilxpnaed of In good season. Rep
No. Av. Sn. pr. No. Av. Sh. Tr.
S" 1S5 8) 5 62 2t' 120 6 7Va
69 211 40 6 !'2i 76 22ft SO 6 00
47 2M ... 6 96 69 2;n 80 6 00
6il 2M 2'0 6 9i 67 170 80 6 00
89 210 ... 6 96 71 278 120 8 00
23 278 80 6 9j 62 263 ... 6 00
63 192 40 6 95 54 2s2 180 6 00
65 2.) 400 6 95 62 i3 160 6 00
65 2X1 340 6 :'74 63 315 80 6 00
65 277 ... 6 97 W 66 26 180 6 00
69 225 40 6 97V, 62 321 80 6 00
61 235 40 6 97 27 240 40 6 00
63 3o3 160 6 97', 66 275 160 6 00
61 262 160 6 97 4 64, 272 200 6 00
32 273 ... 6 97,, 64 267 ... 6 00
67 2.18 ISO 6 97 67 291 80 6 (0
66 328 80 6 97', 154 2X0 280 6 00
69 223 120 6 971, 72 225 ... 6 00
718 276 340 6 971, 67 346 ... 6 00
71 236 300 6 97V, 74 267 860 6 00
33 227 ... 6 97V, 63 249 10 1(1)
29 361 80 6 97V, 61 248 80 6 00
14 287 80 6 97 V, 61 373 120 6 00
67 250 200 6 97 '4 77 210 ... 6 00
65 268 80 6 97V, 66 240 820 6 00
73 233 160 6 97V. 61 270 120 6 00
38 237 ... 6 97V, 60 261 40 6 00
69 273 ... 6 97V, 64 .244 160 00
74 126 80 6 97V4 50 .270 160 6 00
69 246 ... 6 97V, 63 303 ... 6 02H
61 349 ... 6 97V, 14 ... 6 02V,
74 346 ... 6 97V4 67 35 80 6 02
66 243 ... 5 97V. 64 825 240 6 02V,
72 263 200 6 97V4 67 318 120 6 02V,
85 248 80 6 97A 17 883 ... 6 05
33 236 ... 6 97V4 64 2o6 ... 6 05
65 2.4 80 6 00 10 391 ... 6 10
SHEEP There were right around 3.000
head of Bheep and lambs 'reported this
morning, and Chicago had 17,000, with tha
market steady on sheen ana ic lower on
lambs. The market here was very uneven
and sales were made all the way from
steadv to 40c lower. The sheen and year
lings that sold last week for $4.90 brought
4.60 todsy. or ic lower. That, however,
Is explained by the fact that there was so
little stuff here Isst week that packers had
to pay more for what did arrive than It was
really worth, or more than It would have
brought at other points. This morning
packers had quite a little stuff direct, so
they made an effort to get prices In line
with other points, which Is the cause of
tne unevenness In the nrlces nald.
There Is nothing new to be said of the
teeder situation, as both supply and de
mand remain verv light.
Quotations for clipped stock: Choice west
ern lamDB, .nxij0.7&: fair to good lamns,
8"). 2541. 2fi: choice western wooled lambs,
6.757.00; fair to good wooled lambs, 86.6ns?
.6o; choice lightweight yearlings. I6.60'd6.75
fair to good yearlings, $5.0O5.50: choice
wetners. I4.907i5.l0: fair to good wethers.
$4.50(4.90; choice ewes. $4.25jM.50; fair to
good ewes, $3.6094.35; feeder lambs, $2.5n9
3.50: feedr ye-xrllngs, $2.50S3.60: feeder
wethers. 32.6Ofr3.6O: feeder ewes, $2.0002.70.
No. I Av. Pr.
5 bucks 120 $4 60
532 western wethers A yearlings 78 4 60
1 western ewe 80 4 75
3 clipped lambs 64 6 00
24 clipped lambs 64 6 00
669 clipped lambs 66 6 00
4 native lambs 85 6 50
Kansas City Live Steek Market.
KANSAS CITY, June 15. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1.500 head natives. 40 head calves:
market closed 10fj75c lower; choice export
snd dretsed beef steers, $4.50fo5.10; fslr to
good, $4. 004.50; stockers and feeders, $3,009
4.50; western fed steers, 81.00S-4.0; Texas
and Indian steers, $2.90Q4.25; Texas cows,
$2,0013.25; native cows. $2. 26r74. 26 ; native
heifers. 32.754.40: csnners. ll.ooirz.zo ouus.
13.Vf3.60: calves. t3.0CKfW.25.
HOOS Receipts 4.310 neaa; market lirgi&c
lower; ton. 36.00; mixed packers, i6.70V6.oo;
light. 85.50I&6.S0; yorkers, $5.75S.80; pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600 head;
market steady; native lambs, $4.007.00;
western lambs, $3.66$6.96; fed ewes, 83.2&9
6.16; Texas clipped yearlings, $8.60r6.36;
Texss clipped sheen, $3.805.10; stockers
and feeders. 33.00-q4.o0.
All kinds of amusement feature at
BUTTER BUTTSJN FRESHLY
Plentiful Supply en Hand with the
- Price Steady to Some
The carload of vigorous rough-riding but
ter which came In for commission two or
three days ago from Crawford, in west
ern Nebraska, does not seem to have
created any disturbance on. the market. It
la a square chin with butter, anyhow. Just
now, and the price for the regulation able
bodied article has pushed up during the
week a half cent and stands at 14V, cents a
pound. Omana draws the greater part of
the uncultivated western article because
Denver haa no. process factories. This in
flux goes through the regular course and
next season will be turned out of the
process men's hands, the refined and college
bred article. Denver often takes from this
market all the higher grade goods of west
ern Nebraska. On the social side of the
market, the Fancy Dairy in personal tubs
haa an Income of 16 cents, the Extra Oood
from 16 to 18 cents, and the Separators, who
have an extended calling acquaintance on
West Farnam street, are at home at eO
and 21 cents.
Tha butter is now at the height of Its
fresh young loveliness, for none of the year
compares with the June article. On ac
count of the long rains thsre Is perhaps
a slight trace of modest shrinking from the
bold gate of the retail man, but the cool
weather of the following sunshiny days
haa made this little noticeable and much
less than was expected by the dealers.
Round trip fare from Omaha te Lake
Manawa only 25 cents.
Ceamellananle Flshlasj Party.
City Attorney Wright, Councllmeai Dy-
ball, Nicholson, Evans and Hoye and
James Walsh of Benson angled at Lake
Washington, Minn., yesterday, mere were
several women In the part and Mrs. Nich
olson distinguished herself by hauling In a
nrieen-puunu .'".-. , ,. V
. , wu - t.Vli.. a n-.aral a 1 1 a a avf
a star pir " z ,r
to weigh fifteen pounda Cohncilmen Evans
and ttoye nave vimii iw www-
eral days, out raturneu nuui nuuuar.
Notes of the Arsoy.
.i 1.1. llkMl Vim Amr nf t Ka. V i a-Vi t H mv.
aii-v haa been ordered to Hot Springs for
hospital treatment. I
Captain Cook of the ehler commissary s
office left for Fort Crook for a day's out
ing yesieruay aiwinuun.
n, . V. . V.,k..l.l ramall .
F 1 IB I. IjlCULDIiailL - a...a..v. va
the Tenth cavalry has been granted an ex
tension. OI leave OI auseuco iur n. niuniu.
J U DA kCll.lull avu. . . j
- i 1 V anaj4 VI ra . 7 Jatlt.n.
BDicnca l.u.a -
tint Raymond Fennor of me Artillery
First Lieutenant James Church, assistant
surgeon, U. 8. A., haa been ordered be
fore the examining board at Washington to
De examinea tor prumutiuu.
. . . i t v. u..nnn, rt tVia, fil4H Infafft-
apiauii rfuiiii w. .
try has been ordered to report to the ex
amining board at Fort Leavenworth for
examination lor promotion.
Colonel J. W. Pullman, chief qtiarter-
.. .v.a T ... a r, t that A tMaWMlH
piuier u -' w- --
and acting commander of the deparun
returned lust evening irum iu.ui w.
where he nas ueen iiwifttinii ou.uv
purchases of cavalry horses.
major mini,, , . ..... . KwU..
Infantry and Major Henry Andrews of the
Artillery corps have been detailed as mem-
pers oi in" . . . .
enworlh. during the examinations of cap
tains only, vice Captain Tyree Rivers of
the Fourth cavalry snd Captain Omar
Bundy of the Sixth infantry.
Lieutenants C'anfleld and Henry, with a
party of enlisted men, accompanied by a
pack train, went from Fort Riley to the re
lief of the Sixteenth field battery that was
marooned in the mud at St. Mary a Kan.
They found the battery In good condition.
While crossing the Blue river at Rocky
Ford the relieving party was In the great
est danger and had sorn very narrow es
capee. They were three hours going t'
yards and the pack mules were unloaded
four tlmee In that distance. The battery
will not reach Fort Riley for about ten
RESUME WORK ON STREETS
Eaengh Pahlle Work Employes Ke
eared to Reorganise the
Work on the streets wss resumed yes
terday by order of Mayor Moores, who
announced that he would conflnn most of
the names ef employes submitted by the
Board of Public Works and the council.
His honor Indicated a considerable number
of the men whom he would approve ind'i
the foremen proceeded immediately toward 1
getting the departments and gangs or- I
gsnlxed. 8ome Inspection work and other f
labor was done Monday. This morning .
targe forces will be out obliterating the
effects of tha recent heavy rains, cleaning
the streets and making needed repairs.
The formal approval of the list will go to
the council Tuesday night. It la under
stood that the name of Oeorge W. Smith,
for whom the position of "timekeeper and
superintendent of mechanism" was created,
and a number of others down for good
Jobs, will not be among those confirmed.
. SUPREME COURT SYLLABI
10060. Sturdevsnt Brothers sgalnst Far
mers and Merchants Bank, Rushvllle, Er
ror, Douglas. Former Judgment adhered
to. Hnlcomb, J,
1. The power ef a corporation to mskr
valtd contracts Is measured by Its char
ter; and the scope of the authority of Its
officers and agents acting for It is limited
and a person dealing with such corporation
Is chargeable with notice ot such limita
2. Where the cashier ot a banking cor
poration has attempted to obligate the bank
as a surety on a replevin undertaking in
an action between third parties In a con
troversy over the right of possession of
the property replevlned, and there Is noth
ing In the record other than the act of
executing and undertaking from which It
may be Inferred that the corporation was
Interested In the subject matter of the con
troversy, or that the undertaking whs ex
ecuted with a view to furthering the In
terests and business of the corporation for
which It was created, the only presumption
fairly arising from such a state of fuels
la that the corporation has no Interest In
the controversy and attempted to null Kate
itself solely as surety for accommodation
of the plaintiff In the replevin sctlon.
I. A banking corporation organized to do a
business the nature of which "shall be
banking In all Its branches Including the
buying and soiling of Pnltid States bonds
and municipal and other securities, the
loaning of money on personal and collat
eral security and also on real estate se
curity on regular banking time, the buying
and selling of bills of exchange, promis
sory notes, mortgages, tax certificates, tax
titles snd other business usually trsnsacted
by a bank or banker," not being author
ised or empowered to pledge Its credit as
a matter of accommodation by executing
undertakings In Judlclnl proceedings, a per
son dealing with such corporation Is not
warranted In Indulging In the presumption
that the cashier of the bank is authorized
to obligate the corporation as surety on n
replevin undertaking In an action between
third parties, merely because under some
possible clrcumMxnces, the corporation
would be empowered to execute such under
taking In the furtherance of its own In
terests and In the accomplishment of the
objects the power to perform which was
granted by Its chsrter of Incorporation.
4. The signing of such an undertaking
as surety thereon by the cashier acting for
the corporation In an action between third
parties in which the bonk to all outward
appearances has no Interest, Is not sn act
within the apparent scope of the authority
ot the cashier In the performance of his
duties ss such officer.
I. The execution by the cashier of a
banking corporation on behalf of his prin
cipal, of a replevin undertaking as surety
In sn action between third parties, although
It may not be Illegal under any and all
circumstances. Is so much out of and be
yond the general scope of the buMness of
such corporation and the authority of the
cashier ss to require those dealing with
the corporation and accepting and ac
quiescing In such undertaking as sufficient
under the law to see to It that the bank
was empowered and the cashier authorised
.to execute such an- undertaking.
6. The Judgment heretofore rendered In
this cause, Sturdevsnt et al against Far
mers and Merchants Bank of Rushvllle,
et sl. Nebraska, 87 N. W. Rep., 166, ad
The following opinions will be officially
10473. Youngston against Bond. Appeal
from Kearney. Former Judgment adhered
to. Pound, C., division No. 3.
1. Where a suit In equity is to be re
garded as part of the proceedings for set
tlement of the estate of a deceased person.
It must be brought In the county court.
which has exclusive original Jurisdiction o.
2. Hence a suit by an administrator with
the will annexed for construction of the
will in order to enable him to admlnlsltr
the estate properly. Is not maintainable In
the first Instance In the district court.
3. It seems that a distinction Is to be
drawn between such a case and a suit by
trustees under a will after settlement o.
the estate, to obtain a construction of the
provisions of the will relating to their trust,
and that in the latter case suit must be
brought In the district court.
4. section 16, article vl ot tne constitu
tion does not preclude a county court from
construing a will In a proper case, and d
termlnlng the effect end meaning of a de
vise of land so fsr as is necessary to give
firoper directions to an executor or admln
strator with the will annexed.
5. The construction of the will In such
a case is for the Information and benefit
of such executor or administrator only. In
order to advlte him what course to pur
sue. It unjunlcates nothing beyond his
rights and liabilities In the execution of his
office; controversies between adverse claim
ants under the devise or between the ex
ecutor or administrator and persons claim
ing adversely to tho estate will not be
Knocked Ont His Lady l.ove.
Lou Oreen, colored, followed Jennie
Thomas all the way from Kansas City and
as a result nf finding her Jennie has a
swollen mouth and a mashed nose and the
police are hunting for Lou. The trouble
between the two occurred at Sixteenth and
Izard streets, when Oreen met Jennie and
asked her to fly with him back to old Mis
souri. The Idea did not strike Jennie Just
right and she proceeded to tell Oreen. Th!
latter then struck the woman in the face
and, besides drawing blood, the blow ren
dered Jennie unconscious. Jennie went to
the station and told the police and Oreen
struck for the tall timbers.
A Choice of Evils.
"I do not," aald the tenderfoot, "consider
"I reckon." said Alkali Ike. who had ex
tended the Invitation, "that it's more
healthful than bullets."
Noting that he toyed playfully with his
revolver aa he spoke, the tenderfoot de
elded that even western whisky was not
bo bad. Chicago Post.
THE IUGALTT MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS Hied for record Mondaar.
J. L. Taylor and wife to Mary Miller,
lot 1L block 8, Missouri Avenue
park I 560
O. C. Olsen and wife to A. T. Schou
boe. a tract in neV4 neVi 84-15-13 470
Mark Hansen to A. T. Schouboe, a
tract In neV4 neV, 84-15-13 1.728
Llewellyn Prescott to Nellie H. Hol
brook. lot 11, Archer Place 1.550
Mary Miller to J. A. Phlnney, lot 11,
block 3, Missouri Avenue park 800
T. E. Barrett to Mary E. Barrett, lot
11, block 1, South Omaha 1
John Schumacher et al to C. W. Hare,
trustee, e44 feet lot 6 and W15 Inches
lot 7, block 101. Omaha )
J. II. Letter to Mary Mayhew, wV lot
8, block 15, Waterloo 10
W. W. Elliott and wife to Mary May
hew, wV lot 9, block 15. Waterloo... 10
Otto Bauman and wife to Anton
Stanek. lot 7. block 4, Potter At C.'s
Benson I .and compsny to Johsnna K.
Peterson, blocks 101 and 102, Benson 3,000
Tukey Land company to P. A. Ander
son, lot 14, block 7, Clifton Hill 1
Christ Andresen and wife to Union
Brewing and Malting company, un
dlvldedV, lots 10 snd 11, b'oik 1".
Dw1(,ht A L. add, n33 feet lot 3.
block 111, Omaha u
Total amount of transfers
OEO. A. ADAMS CHAIN CO.
QUA IN, PROVISIONS AND
324 Board ef Trade Bldg . Omaha
'Phones 1006 and 1017. Members all prin
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