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THE 0MAI1A DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. JUNE 17. 1005.
GRAIN AXD PRODUCE MKET
Fad 'Weather and Tbjeihin-f fceiultt Hold
HARVEST FIELDS UVORT LIGHT YIELD
t l the Karthvreat Cttra Rap.
ar-tta Ar Llaht Bad .(Market
Strai Oat Tali
J MA HA. June It. lwi.
. airor, on wet wauther In
t.iiaa ai.a .nn t i kt in D,,t .,,2
.JU.e..oi. in ti.e kiiun uw t.iaraet
..a i.ooued jUi icpuiik lima tt,- lUU vest
jolds ol lat wU, autm uti tr yie.o
iHitred w.ui u. ..arveai iu t. .lict u Kan
u Muuiuon i .101 aa m nca
..tt wau.a 11 AO urea aunt, U A anal ma)
i-e uune. ttcu irpoli ai ruet lu tne iMtiu.
fckl is donkii u, u-a wi Ju.y uua):J
uecemoer at tac. ' '
'ihe bulis ua the best of it In corn
Country acce-piance are nij.t ... .
J 'J" Tl -c. o.a Jutr at 634c, Sep-
..M.ii.b.r i .c anu a ieceuibr a
cash oata took a big ep today In this
market. Btanoard oata, wnich bare been
ouotea at u,c, tuil to "V- Future were
.rrespi.naingiy kit. . fituBiiea at aiti
.-.i4c, oepienilcer at J'.,t u i.v. ev...
pei at bthc Know s rc-port today gives
high prvn.iae fur the. out crop, ojt amy
tfukt mere Is uanger oj lodging from rank
Report from the m.thwest say trrey are
getting entirely uno rrruch rain aii the
weather 4 too cott in places, though toe
weather is good ir. uer part. Black, rust
ii reported in MinA'auta, A party of grain
man who drove lcr.y tni.es they lound
it ver where, j. other party t out to-
',-S. Crop Expei t John lugils report from
Kvn.nliie, inn that cutting has com
mend and O $K the wrt yield is li
bushels. At (J Ik-mo McKeynolds had bid
yeaterday on iii'K busneis new No. 2 hard
lntr a heat delivered hy July JO. at be
over Chicago July, and m unable to fill
Ihe order. I is Kantu City correp(indent
reported tb i millers there srere bidding 4c
ov Kara aa City July far No. i hard
heat, sf foment frmu country points by
July is. i.knui uiy a-tred s rumor that
the MexiF Xt duty on wheat will be removed
July 1 -Argentina wheat Is quiet, with
modera i 6mand. Arrivals from the In
terior tr liberal and the quality satis
factory. Whuat aoarnft tn the province of
Jjucroa ' Ayers 1s proceeding under aatls-ltu-tcy
jc conditions. Aryntlna shipments
for r- m-eek mere JTliCOO bushels, agnlnst
2.3S2'oO bushels the week before and l.Zrt.
Oj4 'iuahela a year aa-o. Corn shipments
for the week, were l.Sl,0rt0 bushels, against
1.7 a& (i90 bushels the week before and LKt.-
Uvtrpool messaire: "On reports of rust
'In the American northwest wheat opened
at (rd aavanre, mnuencea also oy nrmer
Indian oflerln4TR, but the advance was
checked by more farorable reports from
outliers Rnasla. The close was Vita Id
hlaher. The corn market opened firm at
d advance and later showed a gain of
,!9Td on a rwsh of shorts to cover and
mailer Argentina shipments. Lter prices
eaied off v&d under expectations of more
libera) arrivals of La Plata and liberal
c L offers from America, with prices
Almost In line. The close was Sd higher.
From todfiy's Intfr Ocean: "Country ac
ceptancea of corn yesterdny were d!sap
aoliitinr. The highest estimated purchase
waa J50.W bushelr. and some claim it was
not half that rauoii. Some bids were low
ered Wednesday nl;ht and the farmers did
wot aell as frnrly as expected. There Is
Increased comn.-t.U1on for the offerings In
central Illinois ftxm Cleveland. Buffalo and
ther eastrn -x1;its. which are outbidding
Chicago and p-lng BOc. In Nebraska bids
were eoual to Mc on track at Chicago for
No. t and lltt'e waa bought. Those who
have studied vhe situation closly do not
expect a del-ae of com this month and sav
the surplus .frn that farmers usually sell
in June wf largely disposed of last winter
curing; tne largn movement.
No northern. tl.l?H: No. I northern
I1MS; July. li. uv eeptember, new, fcj-c.
Kpifmixr Ola. Mc
ui-io arrive ana on irara, sic.
CHICAGO CRAt AD FHOVUIOS. .
ttare ( the Tradlac aad CloslaaT
Prices Board of Trade.
CHICAOO. June 1lPmh renorts of ml
In spring sown wheat caused strength here
tday In ths wheat market. At the close
July whut was up Sc. Corn is off a shad",
oata ere up S-gVc. provisions show IVJ
rtenument in the ahst nit bullish
from start to finish. At the opening lh
market waa Influenced by heavy rains in
the Ctinadion northwest and extending as
nr im-iow ss southern Kansa. In addi
tion to the wet weather over the American
wheat fields price at Liverpool were
h!ghr. As a result, initial quotations here
ht-wed a moderate gain. July being up
Vnc to MiSc at (r'aKT"c. Shorts were
the best buyers. om re-.eslon occurred
on prjflt-taking by an influential trader.
f'i ine sewing was not of sufticient volume
to cause any marked decline. July sold
off to k7'Mi,Sc Prices soon started up
ward again on persistent buying by ehor'.e
a'ho wre bfi'omine nervous over retoris
f rust damage. In addition to the Av
mnrnl from shfits a nunitx-r of commission
houMS were liberal purchasers during the
last part of the eesskm. At V: th-
July option touched the highest point of
the oay. Just before the close th"re was
considerable protlt-taklng. resulting in
"!tip reaction. The ekise. however, was
strong, with Julv at frWatc. Clearance
of wheat and Hour acre eoual to W.w bu.
Exports for the week as shown by Brad-
street a were eoual to t,CJ0 bu. Primary
receipts were 264.6HC bu.. compared with
2i3.3u(i bu. a year atro. Minneapolis, Lu
luth and Chicago reported receipts of ?"B
cars, against lo car last week and 15
car a year ago.
A strong tone prevailed ln the corn mar
ket during the greater part of the session
One of the main reason for the firmness
was the ligot acceptance of bids sent out
oy cash house. Other influences were
higher price at Liverpool and heavy rains
ln the corn belt. Bhorts and commission
houses were active buyers. Late in the
day the market became easier on selling
brought out by an estimate of liberal re
ceipts for tomorrow. The close was at the
lowest point of the day July opened
shade to c higher at a3oS'c, sold b
tween u.vc and wc and closed at S.c.
ixci receipts were a cars, with oon
An Improved shipping demand was largely
responsible for a firm tone in the oats
market. Small arrival furnished shorts n
adlitlonal reason for buying July opened
St. Levi i..
Wheat Corn. Oats.
unchar ged to Vc higher at JU'Vioiijc. sold
up to i:V,c and closed at iHSiili'tc. Local
receipts were If cars.
Provisions were firm ln sympathy with
strength ln the hou market. At the clow
September pork a as up "c at 1.3. lard
was off 2 at J7.47V and ribs were up 6o
Estimated receipt for tomorrow: Wheat,
4 cars; corn, 415 cars; oats, 1,2 cars; hogs
'ihi leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles.! Open, Hlh. Low. Close. Ye y
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Varket Dropi Another Kotch Toward Con
ditioa ot Absolute LifeletsiieBa,
JAPANESE CERTIFICATES ARE ACTIVE
i i i i
st;7 iwhS ichs RSH'Sv, ichsh
ssy m 'i't w W',fis siv'fi
,3V&84i Si! S3V S4 83H
Oaatatlaa la Maaey formal Owlsg
ta lark of Demand for Tim
la Foreiga Commerce.
NEW TORK. June ISToday's stock
market dropped another notch toward the
condition of absolute lifeiessness. There
was a little spurt of activity in Reading
and seme special demand for the certifi-
ates ror the I nltea states Leather stocks.
If these are deducted from the day total
the remainder will show as low an aggre
gate of sales as any lull day ln over four
The movement In Reading was encouraged
by the dull resistance which that stock has
nered to the week's depression and to
rumors in circulation once more of a pro
posed increase In the dividend rte. The
dealings in the Vnited States Leather com
pany certificates were based on an assump
tion that the forthcoming issue of the new
securities will be made the occasion of ome
market activity for their benefit. The com
paratlve activity in the certificates of the
Japanese 4S per cent bonds hlch have
been In demand ever since the news of the
battle of the Sea of Japan, proved an In
viting field for the professional room trad
ers, bereft of any other opportunity of ef
fecting a sufficient price movement to yield
a profit on the day turn. Transfer of
bond also are free from the tax which ap
piles to stock transfer, thus stimulating
the trading ln the issue by the profession
als. Outside of these few special move
ments the market was In a torpid state.
The report of the week currency move
ment excited only languid interest, a the
principal Importance Is attached to the loan
item. The money market show some ef
fect of the preparations of the half-yearly
settlement, (quotations are largely nominal
owing to the almost total lack of demand
for time funds. Bankers are little Inclined
to place funds at the existing quotations
and express hopes of better rates later in
trie year. There was some remaining un
easiness reported from foreign markets on
account of the Moroccan situation. The
May foreign trade statement afforded grati
fying evidence of the extension of our for
elgn commerce. Of the Increase In the
value of exports for the month of 34.iafi.f
compared with May of last year. It Is
known that agricultural products furnished
HZfJdO.WiO. The signs of nervousness In the
grain market had no echo in the stock
Aside from the Japanese 4H certificates
the bond market was dull nnd Irregular.
Total sales, par Vftlue. 4.3!fi.ifJ. I'nlted
States bond were all unchanged on call.
Following were the sales and range of
prices on the Stock exchange today:
shows: Available rash balances, tlSK.tSS.HS.
Sew lark Money Market.
NEW TORK. June is. MONET On call.
easy at iVti-W per cent; closing bid. -i
per cent; offered at S1 per cent; time
money, stead); sixty oays. per cent,
ninety days, iw per cer.t; six month.' Iv
IV per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAFER-JS34
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business ln bankers bills at 14 571'j
4.?71 for demand and at 14 li'0 li for
sixty-day bills; posted rates, H so and M .
commercial bill. HM;i
SILVER Bar, bnc; Mexican dollar.
BO.M'S-uovenimfiii, ieaay; raiiroaa, ir
Closing quotations on bonds were:
V. a. rf. ta. r... l Japan sa, etti 10"
to eovpstt I do (a. M arrlea.... l
C t ta. reg 10 I do 4v,a rtfi
twapoa m L. A N. al. 4a
C S 4a, reg Manhattan r (. 4a. ..
da coupon ICri omral 4a. T7
V a old 4a. rag 1(4 do lit let 109tt
do coupon H Minn, a si. L, 4.... sa
Am. Tobacco 4a. rtfs. 7i M . K A T. 4a- !"
do ta, nl. lit i do la s
. 1 H K. R R. ot M e. 4a Nl
.. f S. T. C. g. ISa 1H
,.1U N. J C t ta 114
. lit'- No Panne 4a Jus
.. H do ?. 77
..lila N. W. c 4 101
.. 1 O S. L. rhif 4a
.. M Penn. ronr. ISa 1".
..1K RaadlCf rn 4a lClK
.. ft. L t I. at. e. aa..lHV
IMS St. U a I r. It 4a. "N
Atcbiaon aa. 4s....
Atlantic C. L. 4a...
Bal. A Ohio ta
Central of Ca, ta . .
do 1st Inc
do Id lnc
Chea Ohio 4a..
Cricago A A. it.
C . B. A Q a. 4a .
c. K i. a p. 4a ti fi L I w. r. tt ..
do col. &a i ( board A. L. 4a...
TCC. A 9t L. g. 4a..ll'i So. I'arlflc 4a
v hlco Tar. 4a f' So. Railway (a
Colorado Mid. 4a..... 7t T.iar It P it
Cola, a So. 4a U T . St. U W. 4a.
Colo. lnd. ta. set A.. T ,lnlon Pacldr 4a
do set B 0 . do oon. 4a
Cuba 6a. cc'a lot, 1' Steel 14 as....
V. A H. O. 4a ll iWabaah la
t Millars' Bee. la ... do drb B
Krl. prior llaa 4a 101 Waatars Md. 4a
do ten. 4a w L E 4a
P w. A V C. H...l" Wis. Central 4a
Hoiking Val. 4a....iU1kl
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Best Eeef Steen and Cowi About Steady,
HOGS HIGHER, CLOSING SLOW AND LOWER
Oal y Oae Car of thee) aa Sal Today,
Which Rroaght Steady Prleea
Market (or She Week
Jast Aboat Steady.
POITH OMAHA. June It, 1.
Receipt were: Cattle. Ilors. Shee
t'Tticiai Monday .-
Omclal Tueslav 6 779 14 S4
Oficlal Wednesday .W7 12
Official Thursday 1 73 S.7
Official Friday 1.2
Boatoa Stock aad Bond.
BOSTON. June 16. Call loan. per
oent: time loans. SHIM per cent. Closing
quotations on stocks and bond were
At hieoa adj. 4s
Mei. Cantral 4a..
Boatoa A Albany
Boaton o; Malna..
Boaton Elaratad .
Filch burg pfd ...
Mexlras Certral .
N T . N. H A H...1T
Pare Marquette ....10
.lc: a Allouet
. 74 maramatcd .
. t;S An-rrican Xlne .
.lTi al a Hacla...
.l&t ICent.rnial .....
.H4 Copper Ranga .
. l (4 I'al West
12 SB I 1? 7TH 1? 4
12 874 13 '6 I 12 SO
7 KH! 1 C4I T 25
7 2H 7 m i 7 4S
iV ii 'iO
1! 7H 12 m
IS 00 12 2H
1 47 18
Omaha task Calea.
COP N No yrade. 1 car, 43c. '
OA' S No. i white, 1 car. r9V,c
Omaha Cash Price.
V.'HEAT No. t hard, 9V37c; No. I hard,
i4c: No. 4 hard, kite; No. t spring, 6c
-CORN No. I. 4Vc; No. 1 4; No. 4. 47c;
Xio grade. 43c; No. 2 yellow. 4SVc; No. 1 yel
low, 4clc; No. I white, 4ac; No. 1 white,
OAT8-.No. S mixed. Hc; No. I mixed,
3Wc; No. 4 mixed. STic; No. 2 white, 2ao;
No. I white, aic: No. 4 white, c; tand
ard. rHc s
Mlaweapalia Orals Market.
The range of price ald ln Minneapolis,
as reported by the Edwards-Wood com
pany. 116-111 board of Trade, was:
ArUcle. Open. High.) Low. 1 Close. Yery.
Wheat j I j
July... 1 CSS"! 1(19 KiSHl IOCS
Sept... 7V K7SI o4;
July... fJs' W S2T: BT &S
Sept... Ms el' BlSl bisl 61S
Lee... 4oal '4 47vl 47vil 4S
No. 2. tOld. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOVR Easv; winter patents, 4.2V34.S0;
straights. IS ?i4 10; sprtng patents. 5 0(
5.7(1; stralchts. i3.7hiSS.ifi: Imkcrs fi.4fTiS 6i.
WHEAT-No. 2 spring, tl.0631.OSt; No. S.
9eci5.1.; No. 1 red. 9nt.
CORN No. 2, 64V64Vtc; No. t yellow.
OATS No. I 3Tc: No. 2 white, rv.
2"c; No. t white. Jlt'4il2c.
RYE No. 2, T7c.
BARLEY-ood feeding, S92c; fair to
choice malting. 4?i49c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. 11.25; No. 1 northwest
ern. 1143; prime timothy, H.'At; contract
grade. 111. 75ft 12.25.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., r2.B5
1512.70. Lard, per loO lbs.. $7.207 22i. Short
rlhs sides (loosei. I7.6i'i7.8u. Short clear
sides (boxed). l7.S7Ht&7.62l4-
Receipts and anipmenl of grain and flout
were aa follow:
Flour, bbl IS. iW
Corn, bu 272.000
Oat, bu 17.(W0
Rye. bu 8.(K
Barley, bu 44.0(j
On the Produce exehmge today the but
ter market waa firm; creameries. 16
liV: dairies. Ib'allc. Episs. steady; at
mark, case Included, 14c; firsts, 144c; prime
firstt-, l4c; extras, 17c. Cheese, ettady, I
NEW YORK CE5ERAL MARKET
M GS .04 Cloudy
M f.4 .44 Cloudy
7S M .SI Cloudy
1 k .87 Pt. cloudy
S3 M .3a Pt. cloudy
"7 & .11 Cloudy
72 5 T CKudy
75 . .28 Cloudy
T T Cloudy
a . Cloudy
M it .0(1 Pt. cloudy
M 6J A Cloudy
79 K .! Clear
7 7 Cloudy-
It? ta .00 Cloudy
WEATHER I. THE CRAIX BELT
Shonrery aad t aarttled la All Pore
tloas Except tialt and Paelfle.
OMAHA. June 1. IV.
The weather I showery and unsettled
In all portioria of lha country ex cent the
trulf and Pacific coast statea The snowera
of Ihe last twenty-four hours were mod
erately heavy throughout the Missouri
valley and were heavloat In northern and
The temperature Is lower west of the
Missouri river to the mountains, and
slightly cooler weather will prevail over
the rofitral valley tonight.
Omaha record of temperature and nrecl-
pltadon compared with the corresponding
.uay of the last three years-
1SM6. iim. litns. i per
aolmum temperature.... C7 en 60 5S
pTwcioltation T .06 . .11
Normal temperature for today, 72 de
gree. Ieficiency ln precipitation since March 1,
Deficiency corresponding period In 104.
.71 of an Inch.
Deficiency corresponding period in 1SXS,
.3 of an inch.
OMAHA DISTRICT REPORTS.
Stations. Max. Win. Inches. Sky.
Or. Island. Neb.
Sioux City, la
Storm Luke. Ia..
No. of Tump. Rata.
Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inches.
Pea Xlolnes Ia...
Kaaaa City, Mo.
St. Louis. Mo ...
L. A WELSH,
Local Ftorecaatar. Weather Bureau.
Kaaaaa City Grata aad Prsrlalasi.
KANSAS C1TT. June la W H E A T J uly ,
TViiTaVkC: sepiemoer, ic; jjooenn-er. iov
Tfjie. t'-ash: No 2 hard. Ifcawc: No.
8-H7nc: Na. 4. THjVSe; No. 2 red. 96.ljc;
No. a. s.-iywci iu. .
t?OHN Julv. 4-Hi4Vc. September. 4fe9
Vc; lierarater, 4JWW4SV-. Caah: No. I
mixed, toe. No. J. 4VW Na. I white,
iiWc; No. t, Be.
OATS No- I ah It. Sc; No. a mixed. 24
H YE Steady; M0o.
HAY-Stady; ci okjt timothy, USCtulf ;
choice plain. 7.75Ae0.
Steady : Miia-oart and Kansa, new
No. i whltewood ikeM included, lie; caae
count Sc: riara nnurnfd. 4 lea.
BITTER Markat, steady; creamery.
UWc; packing, ii&c
'iVbeat, bu lz.
Cora, bu 4l.J Iita
Cats, bu 11.000 linos
Toledo leed Market.
TOlJEiXV A, June 14- 8 E Kiv-Clorer,
October, to rrw,; prima alaika. $7 40; print
Daslalh Oral Market.
m-LUTrLvMiiin., Juno ll-WHEAT To
arrive; Ks, 1 aattsant, ti-lWto Ira,
2 SS t ,0
U KS 66 .ft)
14 M t .11
11 M 66 .1
ii t k .eO
15 84 8 .2
U Ca . 54 .
U sa 6i .a
u a .o
ttnotatloa of the Day
NEW YORK. June 10 FLOUR Receipts.
14. 4U bbls.; exports, 1S.794I bbls.; steady
but quiet; winter patents, $4Wi?5 25; winter
stralgtits, t4.ti0gM.Mi; winter extras, 13.10(3
I.oa; Minnesota patents, t5.5Cti25; Minne
sota bakera, I3.7.'fu4 15; winter low grades,
ai.iXhoi.i. Kye flour, steady; fair to good,
ti.liiit.ou: choice to lancy. t4.oiu4.SiO.
noxkAMhAb-lirin, hne wuiie and yel-I
low, 1115, coarse, I..Ui.l4; kila dried,
BARLEY Slow; feeding. 46c, c. L f. New
York; nialiing, 4tdjic c. 1. I. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. s.liKi bu.; spot market
firm; No. 1 red. II. oi nominal elevator and
l.t;v nominal f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 north
ern Duluth. 11.16 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
bard Manitoba. 11. (S f o. b. afloat. Ihe.
opening was tirra, eased off under realis
ing, but recovered and was strong all day.
Apprehension over northwest conditions,
rain In both belts, higher rabies, good
soulhweat buying and a bullish Modern
Miller report were among the buying mo
tives. It closed Slc net higher, altnough
a shade doan from the top. under late
realizing: Julv. SCSirtiS l-16c, closed at 4Xc;
September, l7fi l-16e. closed at S4c;
December. StiV.c. closod at RSc.
CORN Receipts. W.;d bu. ; exports. 5.550
bit.: spot inarket firm: No. 2, 6!4c elevator
and 61c f. o. b. afloat: No. 2 yellow, Clc;
No 2 white, lc. Option market snared
but moderately the wheat strength, as
rains were beneficial to the crop and
checked bull activity. It closed barely
steady at a partial c rise; July. 6Vf
5Sec closed at WHc; September, &7fJ74c,
closed at Sfic
OATS Receipts, IBSOO bu.; exports. g.Olfl
bu ; spot market steady: mixed. 26 to 32
lbs. SKV: natural wblte. SO to .; lbs.
XT-4I9374C; clipped white, 34 to 40 lbs.. 3tiVi
HAY Quiet- clipping, 0362Hc; good to
HOPS Quiet; tate, common to choice.
1m crop. 24t2c: 1M crop. 21I&2.V: old. 10
4il2c; Pacific coast. 1W'4 crop, l4$C7c; 1
crop 2ii2; old, irnai2c.
HIDES Steady ; Galveston, 20 to S lb .
Ch.-; California. 21 to 25 pounds, "lSc; Texas
dry. 24 to sn lb.. lPVc.
Tr:ovi910N3 Peef. steady: family. tlS 51
P14 ; mesa. Ill o"ll a": beer nams. muss
: c ket, I12.90wis.uv; extra lnilia mess.
C Vi'-i :0. Cut meats, steady; pickled bel
lies tOi45ie.OO; rlckled shoulders, la .5fvi .(;
pkkled ham. liO.OnftlO.BO. Lard, steady i
western steamed. I. I'i7 : nominal: re
fined, steady; continent. I7S'i: South Amer.
toa as.15; compound. S74(S5 Pork,
steady; family, 115 Oilfi 50: short clear,
113 (vo15.0(: rness, I13.474'il3 75.
RICE Steady ; domestic, fair to extra, i
fihc. Japan, nominal.
TALLOW Easy: cur ft; per rkg). 4Sc;
country (Pkgs. free!, 4S(34;c,
BCTTEK Market trong; receipts, 7
pkea Street price: Extra creamery. 21c.
Official prices: Creamery, common to
.xtra, lSWlj-.Te; state dairy, common to
rxtra. lftCiptoc; renovated, common to
extra,' 134r 17c; western factory, common to
eura! ISViiKc: western Imitation creamery,
extra l4tnlc: western firsts. lol7c.
CHEESE Market steady and unchanged:
new at full crearrt, small, while and
colored, fine. t.c: new state, fair to choice.
ti-Aiic: new state, large, wmte ana col
ored fine. tc. Receipts. 2,8X9 pkgs.
K.GG8-Market Irregular; receipts. Ui2
pkas : weistern. lSHfll"1
POC1.TRY' Alive: Market quiet; west
em spring chicken. 22.3c; turkey. ll!c.
I ire seed. Market easy, western broiler.
2-gS5c; fowl. lo12Sc; turkeys, 134il7c.
Adams Express .
Am. Car & Foundry
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Hide & L. pfd...
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Smelt. & Refng.
Am. Pupar Refng
Am. Tobacco pfd ctf. .
Anaconda M. Co
Atlantic Coast Line.. .
Brooklyn R T
Central of N. J
Chesapeake ft Ohio..
Chicago A Alton
Chi. Gt. Western
Chi. N. W
C, M. & St. P
Chi. Term. 4 T ,
do pfd ,
C, C, C. & St. L
Colo. Fuel & Iron....
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Consolidated Gas ....
Delaware & Hudson.
7 ) .. L. W
Den. & Rio Grande...
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
K. C. Southern
Louis. & Nashville...
Manhattan L, ex-div.
Met. St. Ry
Minn. A St. L
M.. St P. & S. S. M..
M . K. T
N. R. R- of Mex. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. T., O. 4 W
Norfolk & Western..
do pfd ..:
P.. C. C. & St. L
pressed Steel Car....
Pullman Palace Car. 57.6"0
4,4-0 7PS 7914 79S
2'1 S3 S3 344
m 7 7 9
100 Vi 80S son
200 S3 93 93
i.800. 40H 404 404
loO 2b 2ia 25
SOO 474 47S 474
l'Ti 112 112 111
1,400 1124 112 112V
200 1344 1344 134
90 1124 104 lOlH
l.fK 644 624j G4'
2.7U0 150 150, 15f'
500 4?4 494
100 7S4 7S4
1.20 194 IS'
2M 193 192
600 174S 174 1741,
t alon Paclte Ut Grai.by
Amer. Arja. Chain. . lale Rrrala
Amer. Pnau. Tuba.
Amer. T A T
Dominion I. A 8...
Edlaon Elar. Ills...
Geraral Electric ...
I nltad Fruit
t'nltad Fhos Mack..
V. 8. Ftoal
Weatlr. common .
Maaa Mining ...
..Ii4i Mont. C. A C...
..1404 old Dominion
. . 3? Oareola
.. 19 Trinity
.. t'nited Copper .
.. 44 I'. 8 MtLim...
..107 r. 8. Oil
.. Mt t'tat-
.. tl 4 Mctcrla
.. W Wolverlns
.. 0 '
Kew York Mlalnar Stock.
NEW YORK. June 16 Closing quotation
on mining stock were:
Brunavlrk Con .,
Con. Cal. A Va.
iron Silver ...
Lcadvilia Co ...
Llttla -Chlal 4
SimH Hopaa SI
Sun oard 10
Five davs this week... 17 522 54 2S . 65
Fl-e davs last week ... 2"M"- 47 9H 1 1 Vj
Pom dav week before.. 1 W ?.2
Same three weeks ago.. !:! ,w " 7 i ij
Same four weeks ago.... 14.fi S4 531 1 J ,
Same davs last vear 1S.4C5 M.S8S HI?
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts or
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared witn last Yr'
IT 194 Inc. Dec
Cattle rat 4-: 'V 4oJ
Hogs 1.160 ns i,r-49 70.390
Sheep 702.91 6fi8.1K2 84.799
The following table si.oww pie i"r"
prloe of hog at South Omsha for Uie iat
several day with compar1on:
pa r" t? 1 aa n ... 1
1: mo 1 ) ti i 4 1
T t'l ita t If M x 4 I H-a
rr ;M an aa n Ja I !-
at m M IH a til IU4
m ii iac K "8 4 a I tin
74 tl 1 t ! ... 1 IU
1 St! IN in It ! 44 t rn
f ri M IN 74 1:1 is I s
j t;i r IK 44 n-4 ... 1 ttv
f HI Itt IK 7 U ... I 111
41 It 44 4 M f ... tSH
71 144 I PC J 4 SO I !I4
41 r ... I pa 4t I I I !
ta til its 1 ao ta lie ittj
1 ina tea ( tt4 41 tn nia,
n I'7 10 ItN 71 t14 l I ti4i
f 141 ... I (), t4 ... I ti-k
K pm ... I trw, tf ih I ita
Sx t:4 40 I t!4 4 tl ... I !
T t4 too I 41 ft li:4
at. 140 1 m, ttT 40 t t
n ;i io 1 riu n it . . I i;t
71 t4 40 I l:-, ff '4 "( I M-4
41 m SO I Tt tsl 1K I tt1
M Its ... I l.-i, (J . ... I Its
B ti ao 11.1, (7 lit to li:t
II 14 40 I I: 1 71 Itl ... I tlUj
71 1:1 SO I i.v, ,'. P4 SO I Sli,
41 US .. IIS', 47 Ifl 40 I U14
so t:t ixi 1 1:14 m ik 114 1 tit
4 IH ... I :i'V :l ... IK
H .147 SO I fiv, 4? K-4 a I n
44 to 1 r: 74 tit u1 4
-4 tn ... IJ- H tt! 41 4 14
71 too li-0 I trv, t! !!.:. 40 IK
7C hi ... a t tl4 40 4 14
14 HI ... 4 fiv M 1M T I
XT! .. I JH, It fil 0 I 14
71 ts 40 t t!V 7J It'l ltd I
43 40 4 -t 40 I.I 1H I II
7 4i ... ?i 1:4 110 1 !
71 tit ... I t:v, 71 1M 40 I 54
71 i4i io i in, 70 iff o 1 rr4
44 lit 140 I 44 ISO 0 I r4j
SHEEP There was not enough stuff he:
Data I 1!W. ll04.ltXB.llO.'lM-'-?1
nta n iiiili a 1 1 c r t ti ' t ri' 1 4rr
May IH I I I l " J "
May 17.. I I 4 2i ' 7 U, ?!
Mav H..I B HI 4 5?: HI ' 73 "
V-av I4JIKVU-I1 t'l 1
May tn.. t 2T4I 4 46 V 7 HI 8 TV
May 71..I 4 411 Ml 7 SI i f? I m 1
May 21..IB3i I ' 5 S J 5
.. e. 1 . me, a .a 4 Hi' 1 HI I Oil t
Mir J4..I R 141 4 S2' ' 1 l 5 J J Zl
May 25.. 1 t 16 1 4 S3! 041 J HI i Sa I 5
May 26.. S IS4' 4 3S 6 SSI Ki ' . J
4 . v 1111 iitt'iriirSW 'I"
May P;.'l I 4 99: 8 7' 7 01' B " !
May 2S..lnv 1 B i 08 ? ' 7 S- i 17
May 10.. I B17 I 4 51i 6 W: 7 10 .
May ll.. B i:.4 4 49J I 7 111 , 711 4 Ui 5
June 1 ..' 6 1ST.- 4 5 ! 7 4 f
June I... 8 16 4 4- 6 "7 w - i - ;
June i 19 4 49' B . 7 13- S 701 ! .M
June 4...I I 4 54 5 5 7 16 8 j 1- 4
T r ft . i e -E e an. R - 4 91 ' Z
j u lie
June 6...I t 22'kl B W 5 771 7 151 & 71 4 w' J
Jjne T... 8 244 4 5 . I 7 15; 5 7V 4 95 1 67
June 8...I 5 4 6Si 5 K' I ; i n
Jure 9 .. B 17 4 69 B K 7 2i; I W;
Juni 10..: t 20V 4 74; 6 00 7 26 I ; -.
June 11.. I 4 7S( 6 (S 1 M 5 911 6 001
June 11.. I S 1:1 1 6
today to test the market, only one car be
ing on sale. The sheep were shorn Mexican
ewes that brought 13.75, making a pood
steady market. Receipt this week have
peen ngnt and on this account ana owing
to a god demand ior the stuff Uie market
ha held up In good hae. There has been
a good active tone to the trde all the
week and there Is a demand for good sheep
Lambs, if anything, are ln a little better
demand than old sheep and the market
shows some advance on them. Old sheep
can 1 quoted strong for the week. The
market at this point Is in very satisfactory
shape. It Is a little late for fed stuff and
a little earlv for range sheep, and receipts
are apt to continue light for several week
Quotations f.ir clipped stock: Good to
rholce lambe, t6.00fi6 2i; fair to arood lambs,
15 5.vrfi.(i; good to choice yearlings. 15 OOrt
B50; fair to good vearllngs,' t4.7Mi5.00; good
to choice wethers. 4.75U5.25; fair to good
Wfthers. 14 2Vo4 75: good to choice ewes.
140ig4T; fair to g.od ewe. !4.0udJ4.S0.
25 western cull ewes
24 Mexican ewes
80 Mexican ewes
7 western spring lamb
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady, Hog Fire Ceat
Higher, Sheep Steady.
( HICAGO. June 16. CATTLE Receipts,
2.0 id head, including 1.0UO Texan. Market
June 13.. I 6 15i! 4 Fl! 6 0,' ? , t' ady; good to prime steer, t5.40fc4j.25;
June 14..! B 13V 4 84' ! 7 ZV 6 M' 4 s J pc or to medium. 14.o03S.25: stockers and
June 15..! 5 194, 4 81 1 5 6 MS. 89 J fe-ders, 2.7&tM 75; cows. fc.5O4M.60; heifer.
June 16.' t 4 87. 011 7 241 I - ti 50.yo.00; canners. tl. 4162.40; bulls, $2.25l
100 186 186
700 161 H 161
100 1S4 14
LONDON, June 16. Money was ln good
demand In the market today in connection
with the payment of I6.0i.4,0mo for various
calls. Discount were firm. Trading on the
stock exchange was Inactive and prices
were Irregular. The French demand -for
gold waa a depressing factor. Consols
were dull, but closed above the lowest
quotations of the day. American sagged
to under parity owing to lack of support.
- mun t'acinc waa uoiaoiy weaa. biocks
pai Usilly recovered and closed quiet. Grand
Trunk was weak on the expectation of
poor traffic returns. Foreigners were Ir
regular. Japanese were firm. Russians and
others were weaker. Imperial Japanese
government 6s of 1904 were quoted at IUS4.
PARIS, June l. operators on the Bourse
ere reassured today by Premier Rouvier s
decision to retain the portfolio of foreign
affairs, but the depression over the Morocco
ltuatlon continued. Business wa inactive
nd the market closed calm. Russian Im
perial 4s were quoted at 68.00 and Russian
bonds of 1904 at 504.
BERLIN. June 16. Price on the Bourse
today generally were firmer.
100 254 2S4 25
162 1624 1;
8014 80 8m
1,7 rt 123
1O0 117 117. 117
200 99 99 !H
1,000 45 H 45
800 514 514 614
2o0 604 804 80
100 984 9S4 984
1.800 13H 1344 135
300 1014 1014 1"14
I0fi 364 jf.4 "4
3(0 914 914 914
do 1st pra
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co
P.ubbf r Goods
Pt. L. & S F 2d pfd.
St. Louis S. W ,
Southern Railway ...
Ter.n. Coal & Iron....
Texss & Pacific
T.. St. L. & W
V. S. Express
V. S. Leather
I. 8. Realty
U. 8. Rubber
U. S. Steel
W. & L E
1,900 f7, ?74
"40 'iri si"
2V) '624 624
"&;6 'iii jii,
"ioo '77" 77"
7.000 1224 1224
1"0 1?4 124 12i
loO 1074 1074 1064
S'O S74 37 37
pal I1134 l'4 1.114
2o( rs 174 274
3.1fl0 44 t-44 944
iWJ 04 it 54
ino 1664 I664
T0 4 944
2.flo "iiil "234
8.10 6i 4 5.14
HjO 186 1854
Mlaaeapolls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June M WHEAT
Julv t; .: September. 884'uwSc; No. 1
hard. 11.134: No. 1 northern, 11.114; No. 2
northern. 11 .
FIX) l R First patent. I. 4Yi(7(j.SA ; second
patent, tt 2tij first clear, tt.Oodllu;
second clear, tl 754iMtk
BRAN-tU. 75413 00.
IJverptaal Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL June 14. WHEAT Spot,
nominal; future, firm: July, l(4d; Sep
tember. 6 Sd, recvmber, te 74d.
CORN Spot, firm; American mixed, I
future, fir in; July, to Vd; erpteuber, a
Total sale for the day, 1C.100 ahare.
I.oadoa Stork Market.
LONDON, June 16. Closing quotation on
Conaola. mooay PtMi'Jt. T. Cantral
40 account rii-ii .sonois a w ,
Ai.tonca 6 "4! do pfd
Atchtaor 44a Ontario A W
do pfd I" Paoi.ay l.ania
Balltmura A Ohio 111 Hand Muias
Canadian Pacific lM'a ketdtax
Ckaa. A Obic 41 do lat pfd
Cfcleaso Ot. W JtV do 14 pfd
C . M. A 8U t ll"- aoutham Kallwar
PaBeora do pfd
Ltovor A R. O S- 'outbara PaclBc .
do pit "a tnlon Pacific ....
Ena 4!S do pfd
da tat pfd "VC. S Steal.
do td p!d ta do pfd
Illlaala Omral 144 Walak
Umla A Naab 1S' do pfd
U . K A T I4a 8pa:ah 4a
SILVER Br. quiet. 27 l-16d per ounce.
MONEY 14B1S per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for ehort bills is 'jil-16 par cent; for thnj
months' hill. 4321-1 per cent.
OMAHA. June 15 Bank clearing for to
dy were tl.(B5.7.21 and for the oorre
...,n, rime last year al.t!.7.17 tt
OMAHA. June It bank clearing for to
day were 11.4a7.57&41 and for the oorre-
pundlng dale lat year i..06k.i.
WASHINGTON. D C. June It Today
statement of the treasury balance ln th
general fund exclusive of the fl5auuoai
guld rcaarv) la U- tUvulua itl ladeotpUoa
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle Hogs Sh p H-se.
CM St. P. Ry J
Missouri Pacific Ry 4 .. 1 -i
Vnion Pacific system.... 11 41
C. A N. W. Rv., east 3
C. A N W. Ry., west ...12 42 ..
C, St. P.. M AV O Ry... 8 J 1
C., B. & Q. Rv.. west 14 IS .. 1
C, B. & Q. Rv, east. .. 2 1
C, R. I. ft P. Pt., east.. 1 t
C , R. I. A- P. Ry., west. 5 1
Illinois Central J
Chi. Gt. Western 2
Total receipts 62 137
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour ft Co
Cudahy Pack. Co.. K. C.
Swift and Co., country
Vansant ft Co 22
Tubman & R 101
Hill ft Son 61
H. F. Hamilton w ,
L. F. Husx 65
Mike Haggerty 8
B. Root ft Co is
Other buyer 92
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
1 .0-4 104
410; calves, tS.0O56.6o; Texas ters, $4.00
'JOGS Receipt. 15.000 head: estimated for
tc norrow, 10,000 head. Market strong to
6f higher; mixed and butchers t5.I5'&6.50;
gi-od to choice heavy, 15 40r5.60; rough
h avy, 14.7565.25; light, 5.2S4j6.45; bulk of
si ies. t,r..&&5 45.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 6.000
h-ad. Market steady; lamb, loQttc lower;
g Kd to choice wether. 14.50ia00; fair to
c lolee mixed, shorn, $S.6vfg4.40; western
S leep, shorn, t4.0(k&.00; native Iamb. horn,
u50ta u0; western lambs. ei.tKjti.oi.
St. Loot General Market.
PT. LOUIS. June 1 WHEAT Market
higher; No 2 red cash, elevator. 9Jc; track,
11.06; July. 82(&i4c; September, olic; No. 2
CORN Market steady; No. 2 cash, 514c;
track. 52V3';c: July, 61c.
OATS Market firm; no. z casn, sic; track.
S2c; Julv. 24c; faeptember. 244c; No. 2
FLOUR Steady. Red winter patents.
$4 96-85.10; extra fancy and straight, $4.7y
9; clear. I3.9ia4.00.
SEED Timothy, steady; $2.00(52.40.
CORNMEAL 6teady; $2 60.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, TSfic.
HAY Steady; timothy, $o.004U3.00;
1KU. 101 ion iir.9 rac.
BAGGING 84 c.
HEMP TWINE 64c
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; jobbing;.
$12,774. Lard, easy; prime steam, $6,724
Dry salt meats, steady; extra shorts, $7,624;
clear ribs, $7 624: sliort clear. $7,874. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra shorts, $8.60; clear ribs.
IX he: short Clear. ..o.
pnn.TRY-Market steady: chickens. 9c:
springs. 15&18c; turkeys, 11c; ducks, 9llc;
BIj 1 1 trl jnarnet ijuivi, creamery, xvw
804c; daio'. lo8l.c.
Flour, bbls b.iiii 6 000
Wheat, bu 16,(.m 76 fiO
Corn, bu 47.(100 41.0
Oata, bu 19.aio 41,CJU
Philadelphia Prodoee Markf.
PHILADELPHIA. June 11 BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 214c; extra
nearbv prints, sc.
F.GGS Firm; nearby fresh, lTe, loss off
nearby fresh. 164c at mark; ac-stern lresn,
17Sj17V.c at mark.
CHEESE Firm: New York full cream,
. 1. n J a
lancy. new, I' T , . una lull ivuu,
new, 4jVc; domestic bwiss, iiQito,
Mtlwaokee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. June 16. WHEAT
Firmer: No. 1 northern. $1 12'al 13: No
northern. Il.fl6tal.10; July. a468(4c asked.
RYE Steady; No. 1. sic
BARLEY Eaaler; No. 2, E14c; cample.
CORN He up; NO. , 64905C; July. 63
PEORIA. June 18. WH1SKT Market
steady; distillers' finished goods, on bails of
$1.26 for high wines.
ST. lajx. is. June 10 v. 1111. 1 eteaoy;
Spirit on basis of $1.31.
CINCINNATI, June 1 -WHISKY Distil
lers' finished good steady on basis of $1.24.
PEORIA, 111.. June 18 CORN-Market
strong; NO. yellow, 044c; io. I, 634c;
No. 4. 624c; no grade, 51c
OATS Market strong: No. t white, lie
4c; No. 4 white, 304c.
BO8TON. Mass., June It. WOOL-The
Commercial Bulletin tomorrow will say of
the wool market: While the market re
tains its strength business, although sat
isfactory. 1 not being done in as large
block a previously. Th demand fur
merino wool ha taken a spurt with pos
sibilities of Increased activities. New ter
ritory wools are selling well and but little
1 yet doing ln fleeoe. The foreign market
are very si rung and supplies abroud are
light. The sale which open on July 4 will
draw several American buyer and higher
price are anticipated. The shipment of
wool from Boston to date from December
2. 1904. aocording to the same authority,
are lU6tB).222 pounds against 97.604.5.
pounds at th same time last year. The
receipt to date are 161.631.314 pound
against 114,397.161 for the same period last
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. June It WOOL
Steady: medium grade, combing and cloth
ing. 264114c; light fine. ICya'Ac. heavy line.
3v-yi4c, tub ww bed, J'jt-4c.
OH aad Resia.
NEW TORK. June It. -OILS Cotton
seed, firm; prim crude, nominal, llow,
kjp. Petroleum, quiet; refined. New
York, $4 90; Philadelphia and Baltimore.
$6 85. Turpentine, quiet at 14S624c.
ROSIN Steady; No. 7 Invoice. 7c.
OIL CITY, Pa . June It OlL-4'redit bal
ance. $1.27; certificate, no bid; shipment.
7.74k bbl ; average, 6144 bbl.; run. 87 994
bbl : average. To 14 bbl ; shipment, Lima,
8 157 bbl. ; average. 69. 3d bbl.; ruua, laoia,
tk,4t bbi.; aver. K6.9 lbla.
r- a ttt v rteneints took their usual Fri
day's tumble today and there were only
fortv-elght car on rale.
A fair proportion of the receipts consisted
ct beef steers and on this class of cattle
the market ruled generally steady to lower.
On the common kinds buyers were slow In
biking hold and the market wa lowtr, out
the good fat kinds, as noted above, held
their own fairly well. There was little life
to the trade on anv kind of cattle, buvers
r.ot seeming overly anxious for supplies.
On the grassy, trashy cattle the market is
verv mean and the cattle hard to dispose
of at anv price. There was very little done
till well along in me lorenuon now ui
partial clearance was made at midday.
There was a light run of cow s and heifer
here today, but there was fullv enough to
supply the demand. Buyers did rot seem
to want the stuff and were slow in taking
bold. Trading was siow ana uraxiiy, m
though on the good kinds the market ruled
about steady. Common grades sunerea
most and anything snowing grass waa siow
to move and not wanted at all.
The market on puns, veni onm ana
Stags waa a little lower ana inr ueirmnu
was very poor, with trading slow and
drncgy. ..... .
yhere was verv llllie iii-mnnu limn lor
feeders and trading waa very alow. Rep
New York Lire Stork Market.
NEW YORK. June 16. BEEVES Re
ceipts. 3.500 head; rood beef steers a shade
lower; medium grades, Wc off; market very
?low and eight cars unsold. Bulls and
sows dull to 15c lower: steers. tiea-SIE;
sulls, $3.25-34. 25; cows, $i.2t"33 75; cables
.liioterf live cattle firmer St rer
pound; tops 124c; dressed weight; sheep
steady at UTT14C dressed weignt; reirig-
erator beer higher at S(ti-.4c per pound
Exports today. 2,S0 quarters of beef: to
morrow, "50 cattle, 65 rheep and 6.216 quar
ters cf beef.
CALVES Receipts. 569 head: market gen
erally steadv: some sales rather higher;
veals. $5.Ji7.O0; selected, $6.25(31.50: few
lops, $7.75; fed calves. $4. 87436 00; dressed
calves steaoy; city aressea veme, o-jiivr.;,
fancy. 11c; country dressed, 6&'J4c ; extra,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 3,909
head; sheep market steady; lamb slow
nd 25c lower: sheep, xs.ixkjm.w: cull, r-'.w;
lambs. $6.624S1.76; choice, $7.62VQ 7.76; culls
HOGS Receipts. 849 head: market firm
state hog, $6 MIS 90; mixed western, 15.00
Kiaui City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. June 18. CATTLE Re
reir.ts 1 Mi head. Including 't head south
erns; market steady; cnoice export ana
dressed beef steers, Hi.za.Bt. is ; I air to good
u a'oio.OO: western fed steers. $4 2fi.iu
stockers and feeders. $3.0iKiji .60; southern
sters. a3.0041a.oii: southern cows. liSjat .00
native cows, $2.25?4.0.i; native heifers. U.ii
04, SO; nuns. tu.Kii04.za; caives, t'tfo..a.
nous Keceipis, i.iav neau. minuet, au
74-! higher- top. ta 35; bulk of sales, $5 .274a
B3SV4: heavy. B5.25iiiq.30: packers, ti-Zihta
tS: oia-s and llirhts. 15 1("cr5.S5.
SHEEP AU UAMlio- neceipia,
he;.,i- market steadv: native lambs, $k-0ui
7.00; western fed lambs. $5.757.10; fed ewes
and yearlings, $4 2;4i6.15; Texas clipped
sheep. M.iJ'a .uu; lexas cuppea yeaiunsB,
$5.i!&6.40; stacker and feeders, $2.60U4.0U
remain unchanged with a steady demand
particularly for seed.-d; kxse Muscatel art
yuoied at 44i4c; s. e.iod raisins, 4Jkv.'i'
London layer. II (Vol )
OMAHA WlrOLKSALK MARKET.
. aiaplo aad Faary Prodoee.
EGGS Reevipts. fair: market, steady:
candled stock, I4vl5c.
LIVE It'LLTK 1 Hen. 'c: rooster.
54jtx; (urkes. K'til6c; ducks. Pc. sprui
thickens, 14 to 1 lbs. ;"tl c per lb.
BI TTER Fackliig stoCK. ii. , ciiou- te
fancy dairy, lilyiac; t reamer), .jilc;
SIXiAK-Standard granulated. $6 21 per
cwt.; culies. $ w per cat., cut 11, I- 4c
per cwt.; Na extra C, $ la per cwt.;
No. Id extra C, $.'! jer ti.. No. 15 yel
low. 16 7a per cwt.; -.X p' uerod, o SJ
r cwt ; par powdered. . 4.i icr cwt. ;
eagle tablet, $7 Mi per cwt.
1-KESH KiSH-lroul. c; halibut. 11c;
buflalo tdresaedi, fcc; pickerel (dressed i,
while baas tdrew-di, l-'c; sunrtsn, w , -rc.i
.scaled and dressed). Sc; pine. K; catfish,
led SiiK.er. lxc; sainion, Im-. crappies,
Ijc; eel, 15c; bullheads, lie; bUck lass, i.r;
whltelifh (d-esstdi. nv; fr.g legs, xr do.
5c; lobsleis, green. I'.c; In-lied luUsieis.
ioc, shad r., 4ac. bluchna, K-
HAT-Pricvs quoted by omaf.a Wholrsal
Hay Dealers' assuciaiioii: Choice. 17. t. Nj.
1. $6.5o; No. 2. fci.uV. coarse, . Theee
prices are for hay of auud color ai,d quai
1U BRAN Per ton. $15.00.
ORANGES St. Mliiaeis. a.l sixes, $3,750
400. extra fancy Mediieiianai. sweet, ail
site. $3 .5.1, choice navels, site 136. l.'i. IT)
2. 13 be. sixes . 96. 111. $3.5; seedlings, ai.
siees. 13 f
LKMONS Umoniera. extra fancy. tTo.
lit) and 84X1 sixes. $4 2.; fancy. 270. and :A
sues, $3.75; cliuice, ;'40 and 270 sixes, $3.uw;
JVv ai.d 3kv sixes, $.7 i
tiAlba-l'er box v( 1 l ib Pkgs. U-JO:
jallowe en, In Ttlo. boxes, per lb, c
FiGS California, uer lu-lb. carton. 7efl
8'c: I .ported Sinrna, four-croan, Lc. Dvo-
. i". v. o i ri nieuium-aiaeu uuncn, ai.it
5J-. jumbos. K5cku3uu.
PINEAPPLES 1 iorloa. per crate ot 24.
30 and 3b sixes. $3.25. 4 lxo. 13 W.
FRUITS AND MELONS.
AFRICOIS CaiiforuU. ir 4-biunket crate.
I'LL MS California, per 4-basket crate.
PEACHES Texas, per 4-basket crte. 11:
California, per 26-1U. box, $1.15.
CliEKKJES California, black, per S-lb.
box. $1.76. white, l-r k-lb. box. 11..6; Mil
ourl, box of 24-qis.. $2.ii.
feiTRAW BERRIES Home grown, per S4-
qt. case, 11 ia-j-' liood lUver, per case of
CRANliEKBiliS Jersey, per crate, D M
GOOSEBEKKIES Box of 4 qta . $2.u0.
CANTALOL'l'ES Mcx.cai,, per crate.
W A TKKMElAJiss Alabama eweets. sag
HASPHKJtKitS Kea. dox or 24 pt.. XJ;
blak, box of 24 rt . tl.iaj.
BLACKEt.UKIl.S-1 use 01 n qts , U Qt.
TURNIPS New. pal uo.., 15c,
CARROTS New, per dox., 26c.
PARSNIPS 0.d, jwr bu., 4"c.
WAX BEANS i'er 4-bu. box. 76c: string
beans, per 4-bu. box, 76c; bu. box wax or
POTAlOEs tiome-grown, in saexs. per
bu., 36c; C'olurado, per bu., 45c; new pota
toes, per bu., 7ac.
BEAN B Navy, .per ou., w.
CUCUMBERS Per do,. 45750.
PEAS New. per bu. box. $.u.
TOMATOES Texas, per 4-basket Crate,
SPINACH-Per bu., aoc.
CABBAGE Caliturr.ia. ln 'rate, per
lb., 3c; Mississippi, $1.2aiu2.26 per crate, ao
cording to size.
ONIONS New. per dox. bunches. 15c;
Bermudas, per crate of about 60 lbs., $1.35.
RADISHES Hot house or outhern, per
dot , "Or
LETTUCK Hot rouse, per ao,, ajaou;
head Uttuce. per 30t., iii
CALLIFLOfl ER-llome grown, per crate
of 1 dox.. $1 00
BEETS New, per do., ic.
CHEESE Swlaa. new. lac: Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wisconsin limberger, lie; twins,
liqpHo; young Amerlcaa, 14c.
NUTS Walnut, No. 1 soft shell, new
crop, per lb., 15c; hard neus. per id., lse:
No. 2 oft Bheil. per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard
shells, per lb., lie; pecans, large, per lb.,
12c; small, per lb., 10c; pea.nuts. per lb.. 7c;
roasted peanut, per id., uc; coin wainut.
per lb., Ufil34c; almonds, soft shell, per
lb., 17c; bard ahell. per lb., 15c; hellbarlt
hickory nut, per du i.ia; 1 -rga uicaory
nuts, per bu., 11-80.
HIDES No. 1 green, 7V4C; J 10. x green.
64c; No. 1 salted. S4c; No. 2 salted. 74c;
NO. 1 veal cair, 10c: xso. x yea 1 can. c; ary
salted, 7&14c; sheep pelts, 26c6$L00; bora
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St. Loal Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, June IS. CATTLE Receipt
2.000 head, Including l.aoo head -jexan
market strone: native snipping ana exiori
steers. $4.50fct0t; dressed beef and butcher
steers. $3.6ogi'3.3tr, steers under i.w ids.
ti Wiffi So- mockers and feeders. $2. 50014. 60
cow and hellers, $2 0uj 0u: canners, $2 (fafl
2 50; bulls, $2 O03.&0; calves, xa.v.iw.za;
Texas and Indian stevra, $2,aQ5.25; cows
and heifers, 2.(ir4-W.
HOGS Receipts, 6.000 head; market
strong; pirs and lights. !5.004jk40; packers.
$4.&o4.40; butcher and best heavy, $5,256
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 150"
head; market steady; native muttons, $3 50
i4 75; lambB, $5. 006.75: culls and bucks.
$2 7576.00; stockers, tlaOOS.lO; Texan, $3.75
St. Joseph I.lve Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. June It CATTLE Re
ceipts. 188 head; market steady; natives.
$3 TadiS.ffi; cows and heifers, $1.664 75;
stockers and feeders. $2 75(04 65.
HOGS Receipts, 3 (9 head; market Be
higher- light, $5 2506.30; medium and heavy,
SHEEP Receipt. 90 head: market teady.
BloBZ City IJ if Stork Market.
EIOUX CITT. June 16 (Special Tele
gram! CATTLE Receipts. 100 head; mar
ket steady; beeves. $3.7&ft6 25; cows, bulls
and mixed, $2 76iti4 7E; stockers and feeders,
$S.(bij4.(,j; calves and yearlings. $276iiiJ9J.
HOGS Receipts, 6.300 head; market
strong; selling at $5 1565 20; bulk of sales,
Soaar aad Molasses.
NEW TORK. June 16. SUGAR Raw.
quiet; fair refining. 84c: centrifugal, 9t
test. 44c. Molasses suirar, SKc. Re
fined, quiet: No. 6, &.!5c; No. 7, 5.20c; No. g,
6 10c; No. 9. 5.05c; No. 10 Be; No. 11, 4 9"ic;
No. 12. 4 85c; No. IS. 4.7Ec; No. 14. 4.70c;
confectioners' A. 6.70c; cut loaf. S0c; '
crushed. 6.65c: powdered, 6.95c; granulated.
5 88c: cubes, 6.10c.
MOLA88ES-Firm; New Orleans, good to
NEW ORLEANS, June 16. 8UGAR
Quiet; open kettle. SfjUVc: open kettle
centrifugal. 44644c; centrifugal whites.
Be- rellows. 44-,p4 15-16c; seconds. 3i4C
MOLASfES-Nominal; open kettle, 13
26c; centrifugal. 6'14c Byrup, nominal, $;c,
NEW TORK. June 16. COFFEE Market
for futures opened firm at an advance of
&S15 point ln response to higher European
cables and expectations of small receipts,
owing to report of railway strike ln
Santo. There wa a fair demand from
local shorts and Europe during the ses
sion and prices rinsed firm at a net ad
vance of lfitfrao points. Sale were 68.04)
bags. Including July t 4fii.45c: Septem
ber. f(7i6.66e: October. .65c; December.
C 85i.9fic: March. 745710c; May. 7.0fi7 TV.
8iot steady: No. 7 Rio. 7r. The Cofree
exchange will be closed on Monday, July 1
NEW TORK. June lt-COTTON Spot
closed quiet, t points higher; middling up
lands. 9 16c; middling gulf, 9.40c; sales,
ST. IOUIS, June 16. COTTON Higher:
middling. 9c: sales, 88 hales: no receipts;
shipments, t'4 riaies; stoca, 40. 5. pales.
NEW ORLEANS, June 16. Secretary
Heater's statement of the world's visible
supply of cotton shows a total of $.715,631
bales, against 3.617.686 last week. Of (hi
total American cotton la 2.174.671 bale,
against t, 439.6843.
Verdlrt 1b Illinois Deaths.
FREEPORT, 111.. June 16 The coroner"
verdict rendered today In the case of 16-year-old
Media Pyle. whose body, with that
of Mrs. John Toung. wa found ln the
Pecaionica river, conflicts with the theory
of a double suicide and Implies that Media
Pyle was murdered. The verdict is that
Media Pyle was rendered unconscious by
unknown parties and came to her death by
being forced Into the river. Death by
drowning is th verdict ln regard to Mr.
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.. 7.4 ! 71
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wi.c;R There was a good run of hoe-
here today for a Friday, about 131 loads
being on sale. Favorable reports from
uii.rn DOlnl this morning gave sellers an
sdvantage snd the market on the o;ning
had a good strong tone. Buyer were out
early and the market opened In good ea
on. Early bid were made as stronger
prices, but after the first round or two the
inarket strengthened and sale were largely
24c higher. Light hogs were still in best
demand and brought the nest prices. Trad
ing wa a little slow, seller holding out
for more money. The bulk of Ihe hog old
today at $5 iP4i6.25, with the popular price
being $5 224. Top today reached $5 274.
On the clotw trading wa dull and the mar
ket wound up with the advance mostly lost.
Stork 1b Sight.
Receipt of live stock at the six principal
western market yesterday:
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
South Omaha l.i4 .uz 438
Sioux City 100 t.8oi
Kansas City 1.6 7(J J.000
St. Joseph 1 1 809 60
St Louis 2.'i0 6.0"0 l.&Oii
Chicago I Wl) 15.000 6j0
Total 7.017 47.011 t.'JUi
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
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NEW TORK. June 16 METALS The
New York tin market wa firm, but showed
a continued firm tone with pot quoted at
t'.a .ni.i on. The London market wa a
little higher, closing at 138 los for spot
and li 15 for future. Copper wa also
higher ln th London market, closing at
A.66 for both spot and future. Locally th
eltuation is unchanged. Some deal are re
ported to be asking $15 25 for lake, but the
market 1 generally quotable at $15 00 for
lake and elect rol lie and $14 75 for casting.
Iead was unchanged at 13 in London,
and at $4.5o) 4 60 locally. fjpelter was
higher at 24 6 ln London,
but remained unchanged at $5 36 In Ihe
New York market. Iron closed at 49s 4d
in Glasgow anu at 45a kd In Mlddlesborough.
Locally the market Is uncoai.ged ; No. 1
foundry northern is quoted at $16.5'y ,7 00;
No. 2 foundry northern. $16 00; No. 1 foun
dry southern soft, at $.6 2f.iffl7.00; No. $
foundry southern, at $15 .643:6 25.
ST. LOUIS, June 16 METALS Lead,
market steady at $4.424444.4- Spelter,
market quiet at 15 10.
Evaporated Apple aad Dried Frails.
NEW YORK. June 1. EVAPORATED
APPLE8 Market show no Important
change. Coramont to good are quoted ut
44lj44c: prim. 6Hj64c; choice, 6b64c;
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prune
remain quiet Advice from the roat i-r
bullish In tone, but buyer seem to be hold
ing off for lower price. Spot quotation
ran re from :T54c. according to graue.
Apricot are dull both a 10 spot supplies
and futures: choice are quoted at IOqiWc;
extra choice, lie: fancy. 12u,5c Peache
also are dull, but show a somewhat firmer
lone than apricots, owing to very lUht
supplies, choice are held at 104,104c: extra
chiAca, Ivb.loSc; laucy, 1141 lie luisi.-i
Deeds filed for record June 16. a fur
nished by the Midland Guaran'.ea and
Trust company, bonded bbslracier, ltlt
Farnam street, for The Bee:
D. J. Stelner to T. C. Griffith, part
of lot 11 and 12, block 26. South
Omaha $ 529
Byron Heed company to City of Omaha,
part or uuroene street. Between
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets.. 430
J. E. Markel et al. to R. Miller, lets
t and and part 01 lot 7, Dioca iu.
W. V. Eddy and wife to H. C. Dana,
t al.. lota 1 and Z. block 11, walnut
Hill, and other land 1
F. W. Adgate and wife to A. A.
Lamoreaux. lot 6, block 1, eiter
wood s subdivision 1.150
T. Creigh to 11. 1. Adams, lots 4and
a, block . lioio 1 sddition
Antone Swensoa snd wife to L. A.
Kigen. lot I, block lo. tuueyon
Rnmh mha land company to M.
C. Peter, lot 6. South Onial. 1.730
Same to same lots 1 to t and lots t
to 12. block 16, South Omaha 4.0QO
Sume to same, lot 1. block 18, South
J. L. Carey to F. Hansen part of lot
26 S E. Rogers' Okahoma 2,80
A. E Prouly to J. L Carey, part of
lot 26 ln S E. Rogers' OkHhoma 1
Bertha Thompson to H. Miller, lot U
and part of lot 14. HawUy Terrace.. 1
rU-a Of net.: Fif'b ami Robert Sir 11 1
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