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TI1E OMAHA DAILY BEE: PATURDAY. JUNE 24. 1005.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE HAR&ET
Eia ii Iadm HrMt Tuld and Berth
WHEAT SITUATION 13 VERY STRONG
Cra U -Weak Hire ere I at s aaa
Light Deaaaael Oats trB
Exsxart Tn4-' Esti
va mat lafavarahlc
OMAHA. June 23, ICC.
There was enough rain In Kmui har
fields and in in northwest where dry
weather Ik nmtid to ravine appre henslon.
This, coupled with a strong cash situation,
and Bnow a estimate of the winter wheat
crop of oo.oco.eji bushels Jeas than showa
In the government report, was the reason
for a strong market. Minneapolis' re,rt
that ita atocKi had decreased bf'.ffH busnels
tor the week helped the feeling. July
closed at WaSHlc; Beptember ut fcc.
and December al (k'Ii.ic.
Keofipta of f.i caia ct corn at Chicago,
whsr only 447 were tpf?tfd. and nil
ir.atea ol id rare for tomorrow, together
with a alow demand, caused a falling oT
in com prices. July closed at KV. old
July at fcst3ijc. .September at b2ia.i.2ac.
oar September ot i.c. December at t-Se
Vid old Lecemher at !ic.
CMta writ drone on exiiort demand. July
finished at tiee, September at W3"4c
and December at lc.
he uvi pu ., v. . on &Hd higher on
"wheat and higher on corn. Argentina
wheat snlpments for the liixt week were
J,H.( bushels, 2.71I."U" bushels for the
previous ween and 1 7H2 buahels last
J ear. Com shipment were 2.1iii,H) bushels
for the luat week, against I.WS.0H1 the pre
vloua week and 2 2ii.ii bushels I aft year.
The east ill In the market for oat a yes
terday, bidding l.lgne-r prices. Bales at
Chicago aggregated 171 ex. bushels. Includ
ing aei.efo bushel atandard. I'uluth soid
3i ivaj bushels and In two days haa sold
ff ') hashein for eastern shipment. New
1 or, sold Hi.Vtt bushels for export. Iarae
fal a of oats have been made at Mmnr
j ila -In the last two days for shipment
Frrm today's Record-Herald: "-practl-a-ally
all the No - hard later wheat that
lias been held so long In the offlra of J. H.
Wrtnn e Co ha been soul out The lam
lot of Wi,0f ricshels was dUiosed of yes
terday at jl ;.'. thus r.iar.iiig an aggre
gate of about cO.li'Hi bushels In the last
iree dsya The eastern miller who have
erfn taking the wheat ai-e rushing the
shipment One lot of Sfi.wo bushels sold
edreiaay v. a loaded and cleared yester
iy Itr Puffalo The total stork of No. 2
fia-d winter wheat In public elei-ator at
the close of business last Saturday was
611 "CO bushels All told there was a storA
eof frlMm bushels contract, of which i?".'K
iure v is No. 2 red winter and 13.000
Imshel (f No. 1 northern spring. It is
"ierted that the stuck of contract wheat
In Chicago public elevators tomorro
night will be less tbsn WO.WiO bushels
muiinp oemana witn
heat so near shows
era liave been work-
aa been a hand-to
uring tre last two
livs tbrre ha been ab-'ut l.Iiin sacks of
iyw wlr.ter wheat received at Pt Louis.
'I this his sold promiitly on arrival to
couMrv mlllT" v.bo were waltlnir for It.
Xost of It -as dispfised of at P.. Italtl
more had Ita first arrival of new wheat
vesler".ay. W bushels. The gTain was of
poc- ous'l'v srd In poor condition and
sold at Tbfc."
Ornasia Cash galea.
CON 'o. S. 1 car.
OATS-No. 4 white, Sc.
Oanabn Casb i'rleea.
tVHEAT--No. haid. tv'STlc; So. t hard,
ry; N. hard St; N, spring. (c
CORN No. I, !"e; No. t. 4c; No. ,
4.c: no grade, CSfcc; No. t yellow, 60c:
j:o yellow. tivc; No. I white, hoc; No. i
OAT-.j. ? mixed. Be; No mlTd.
I'fVic; No. 4. mixed. 27'c: No. ! white. :Se;
No. I white. 7ti No. 4 white, 2Sc; stand
'.a riot Receipts.
Wbat- Corn. Oats
' ' h tunepcy of the ml
threililig of hew whei
tir Vw c'osely the rrl'.'.ers
i .') Z-7 V x nB. for months It ha
V f moutn pi-oposl'lori. pu
Hd: futures, firm; July, 4s d; September,
cmcAu6 GRtn aid moviMOJs
Peatares ef the Tradlag til Claalag
Prleea Board af Trade.
CHICAGO, June Prt.sp rts of a
greatly diminished rield of heat caused
artle buying todar bv shorts At the
rl wheat for July delivery was up Vyc.
Corn is down r. tia's are up 4,i;y
and provisions show TV'ilV- gain.
The wheat market was strong the entire
session. Influenced by rains in Kansas
where hnrvesnnr is In progress opening
quotations showed considerable gain, with
the July option up H'aNc to ,'gric at
!"H1rMc. Shorts and commission houses
were active buyers. tVith only s-ant of
ferings In sltht prleea quickly made fur
ther adxances. rtoon after the opening
bulls received fresh encouragement from
a rport by a Minneapolis crop expert.
According to the report the total vleld
of fall sown wheat will iM'.j.n to
J7n (i.frti hu.. Instead of 4j.i,(ii.-.ii bu. as
indicated by official statistics June 1. Ad
ditional bullish sentiment was aroused by
a report from a Ft. Ixiuls trade Journal
claiming that throughout the southern sec
tion of the wheat belt the crop, both In
quality and yield, would be below an av
erage one. A number of bearish advices
were received. Sentiment in the pit was
apparently little affected by them, the
riarket gaining constantly in strength.
For July the highest point of the day
Has reached at mc. Iiurlng the last
half hour several prominent holders were
liberal sellers. In consecjuer.ee the mar
ket failed to hold fat the highest level.
The close, however, wss strong with July
at ilitiWie. September closed with a
gain of lVc at 8fc. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 73.n bu Exports
for the week as shown by Pradstreets'
were equal to !7a.lM bu. Primary receipts
were 2X2. " bu . compared with "2.7UO bu
a year ago. Minneapolis. Puluth and Chi
cago reported receipts of V cars, against
i'S cars last week and 241 cars a jrear
Early In the session the corn market
was firm. mln1y In symriathy with wheat
loiter a distinctly weak tona develop1
on heavy selling by a Wading long, lib
eral receipts here and at all primary
points furnished the principal bais for the
selling pressure Another teaTi.'h factor
was the weakness of cash corn. The mar
ket closed weak with prices almost at
tt-e lowest point. Julv opened, S,c to c
higher at Hc to 54Vc. sold off to 63:.o
and closed at 53U;p. September closed at
a loss of Sc at ifr'i'Sfi' c Ixol receipts
were S'.'l cars with MR cars of contract
Shorts were active bidders for oats and
with only small offerings the market had
a strong undertone. The advance in wheat
had considerable Influence. July opened a
shade to 'ne hlchcr at Kc to S'-'Vc. sold
uo to J.'Hc snd closed at 22e. Local re
op'rts were lid cars.
Provisions were strong as a result of
hlrher prices for live hogs following de
creased receipts At the close September
pork was uo lac at 112 96. Lard was
i.p TWr t $7.6f. Ribs were llic higher
Kftlmatid receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
cms: corn, 633 cars; oats, 97 cars; hogs,
Thr leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcks.! Op n. 1 Hlgh.l Low. Close ! Tts 7.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Koremect to Adrtsce Viltel Continue
and FuTlLe: FrcjreEj ii Mada.
V 91(fr 90
I ,v; 1
MN,' M hSW MS
63i rJH'ciS o24 bVt
f?a: i2W MUS Sltstril
49 I 4S'. 4:,
RISE IS NOT EVENLY DISTRIBUTED
Late Market la Easy oa Rrallilag
aa4 the Close Is lrregalar
Galaa Are Creatly
NEW YORK, June 23. The organised
movement for the advance in prices of
stocks continued today and further prog
ress as made. The market was on about
the same se-ale of activity as for setrxl
Qays pitst. Tije moveinent. licevcr, shuwcNl
less consistency than ou yesterday or the
day before. This was owing to the dis
position to take profits In stocks which
had led the previous advance with the
advantage offend by pushing up new stocks
to sustain the market. The rutatlon
through the list was also less complete
than yesterday. The day s gains as a con-J
sequence are less widely distributed ana
the high prices of the day were less evenly
maintained. The weight of selling to reailre
seen. a to show a progressive increase
tbe further prices advanca and proved less
easy to absorb today than heretofore. The
same spirit which dissuades holders from
selling their stocks Is expected to lead
new buyers to come Into the market. New
buyers thus far have not mads their pres
ence conspicuous. The selling for London
account was a special burden today, the
foreign tnarkets being unsettled by renewed
anxiety over the Moroccan situation. Oper
ators In stocks, however, showed the same
disposition to ignore unfavorable factors
as for several days past. The prospect of
criminal suits In the Equitable Life af
fair was cited even as helpful to the mar
ket, owing to the thoroughgoing nature of
the reform thus Indicated, iioth the wjieat
and cotton markets were decidedly un
settled by reports of conditions against the
crops. Nevertheless the giang.-r slocks
we re rromlnent In the day s advance and
were resorted to In the shift from the
Pennsylvania group. In which there was
selling to reallee on yesterday's advance.
The market showed none of Its former sen
sitiveness to the reiteration of the presi
dent s views on control and regulation of
corporations contained In his reports yes
terday. The demand for the Pacifies was
accompanied bv renewed rumors of a com
ing dividend in Southern Pacific. The
principal buyer of the stock proclaimed
his willingness to wager large sums as to
the early declaration of a dividend, but no
official confirmation on this subject was to
The week's currency movement has re
sulted in a large accumulation here, es
timations running to as high as $i. ..
including routine exchanges with the in
terior, transfers through the subtreasury
from Sun Francisco, payments on account
of receipts ol Klondike gold and on ac
count of the regular fiscal operations of
the government. A strong bank return
is therefore expected. The buying sub
sided considerably during the altemoon
and the closing was distinctly esy, with
the gains reduced to fractions and a strag
gling array of small losses.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value. K.liKMKXl. United Slates bonds were
all unchanged on ca.ll.
Following were the sales and range
prices on the Stock, exchange today:
ersl fund, exclusive of the rmiwi gold
reserve In the division of re-derT'lon.
shows- Available cash balance, H37.e .1-E ;
REPORT OF THE CLEARING 1IOI E
Traasarllsai t tbe Aaawrlatea Daiki
NEW TPRK, June 22 -The following
table, complied by Irilstreet. shows the
bank clearings at the principal cities for the
week ended June 12. with the percentage of
Increase and decrease as com pared with the
corresponding aeek last year:
Inc. I Dea.
112 M I 12 6
I 12 SJS 12 'H
I 12 5
' 3 1
' SKI 1
7 is 1
7 if" I
Bt, Louis ....
Mlaneapolla Grata Market.
The range of prices paid In Minneapolis,
as repcTtrd by the Ld wards- Wood com
pany, 110-111 board of Trade, was:
Articles ! Open I Hlgh.l Low. 1 Close. Tes y.
I OS 1 I 0
87 I 5a
WEATHER IX THE CRAIX BELT
Savowery tad raaettlea Coadltloas
Caatlaae la Xearlr All PortUsa,
OMAHA. June 23, 1S.
E ho aery and unsettled weather con
tinues general In alJ portions of the coun
try except the southwest, where little or
no precipitation has occurred since the
last report. The rains of the last twenty
four hours were qul's heavy at points in
the Missouri and lower Mississippi val
leys. A fall ot 2.75 Inches waa lecorded ut
Grand Island, 106 Inches at Columhua,
Neb., and 1.62 Inches al Concordia, Kan.
The outlook is f.-ivorable for showers
and slightly warmer tn the central valleys
tonight and probably Saturday.
Omaha reco.-d of temperature and precl-
S nation compared with the corresponding
ay Of the last three rears:
1W. ir4. 19m. 1K
Minimum temperature.... ! (T B
Precipitation 08 M . 00
Normal temperature for today, 71 de
grees. reenrtenrr tn precipitation sltica March 1,
4 II inches.
Ienclency corresponding period tn 1904.
Deficiency corresponding period In lMt,
OMAHA DISTRICT REPORTS.
Stations. Max. Min. Incites. Sky.
Ashland. Neb.... 7G 61 .3$ Cloudy
Auburn, Neb 75 64 .00 Cloudy'
Columbus, Neb.. 71 So J OS Cloudy
Falrbury. Neb... HO' 57 . 75 Raining
J-airmont. Neb... 71 M . Raining
Or. Island, Neb. 75 M J 76 Cloudy
Hartlngion. Neb. M 44 .1! Cloudy
Oakdale, Neb 65 i .31 Cloudy
Omaha. Neh 74 M .0 Raining
Tekamah. Neb... 7$ .23 Raining
Carroll. Ia 71 ' Cloudy
Clarlnd. Ia T7 a .00 Cloudy
Sibley. Ia 44 .( Cloudy
Sloug City, Ia ... 4 T Cloudy
Storm Lake. Ia.. 87 tt .00 Cloudy
No. 2. tOld. IXrw.
PMwh toleration V ere nr follows.
FLOCR Steady : winter patents. $4 20-&
4.J"; straights. $.1 ffiffM.10: spring patents.
$a Kri5.70; straights. Si.iSigS X; bakers, $2.40
WHKAT-No. 2 spring. tllCKTllS; No. I,
$l.'tl s; No. 2 red. $1(6.
CORN No. 2. f4Vc; No. 2 vellow. 54V-C.
OATg-No. 2. 32c; No. 2 white, STagaic;
No. 1 white, S2-?i33c.
RYE No. 2. 7Kc.
BARLEY Good fedlng, 40342c; lair to
choice malting. 4ti(&47c.
ivEKI S No. 1 lfax ll.S; No. 1 northwest
ern, $1.43; prime timothy, $3. Clover, con
tract er.(i,. i-H.7r.1l 12 2o
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., $12.55
12 80. Lard, per 100 lbs.. $7 22 V6 7.25. Short
ribs sides (loosei, $7 7.75; short clear
Sides (boxed!, $7.607.6JV
Receipts and shipments of grain and f.out
sere as follows:
Flour, bbls 14 tv-f. 51 ,300
Wheat, bu 2.10 47.2'io
Corn, bu 412.00 243J
Oats, bu 157. fl"0 71.K
Rye, bu l.0
Barley, bu 37.40 4.3'0
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was hteady. creameries.
lc: dilries, liffilSc. Fg-ss easy: at mark,
cases included, 13c: firsts. 13"-ic; prime firsts,
choice malting. 4(Vu4!-c.
Adams Rxnress .
Amalgamated Copper 57.8"0
. 24 i
2.9O0 B2-, 61'
TtEW YORK GENERAL. MARKET
$3 '4 60 .t
17 K W .10
13 72 S2 T
11 so V) ,i
18 W M .10
1 t4 C .22
tl 4 .12
li 73 51 -44
U C f -03
No. of Trmp Rala.
Central. Statlona, Max. Min. Inches.
Pes Moines, la...
Kansas City. Mo.
Bt Louts. Mo ...
L. A. WELSH.
Uexsai Faracaataf'. Weather Bureau.
a. Iesals Oaaaral Market.
ST. LOCIS. June WHEAT-Hlgher;
No. t red. cash, elevator, iVc: track. IK;
July. aJS9V;: fiptember, srtec; No.
X hard. liiaval tC.
CORN-Loaer; No. t cash, UVc; track,
BSVc; July. 1V:; Weember. 4frc.
OATS Steady; No. rash, lie; track
JIVc; July, Hc; September, IVc; No. 2
FIXL"R 43uiet and steady; red winter
natenta $4 !! 00; extra fancy and straight,
i4 1bfl4 76; clear $3.1tf-94 (.
SEEr Timothy, nominal. $2.00(3140.
V ORNM EAL Steady, $2 U
BRAN Slow and gtaady; sacked, east
$4 75. Prv
HEMP TW1SE-4H4 wi .
PKOVISIONS Pork. higher;
rm I jnt higher: prime steam,
..it wrMtm steady -. boxed extra shorts.
$75V: claar "Iba. $7 75; ahort clears. $ 0).
hares stead v: loxed extra shorts. $8X7V;
1. k. t8 trw: short clear. $ 7w
liL'TTER Unchanged; creamery, 105 21c;
EtKlS Julet,llc ease count
tni't THT-'irtli: chickens. Wc
prtngs. I4lc; turkeys, lie; gucaa. Mjluc;
geeaa. 6jc, Receipts Shipments
Flexir. bbla. .
of tke Day oa
NEW YORK. June 23. FLOI'R-Recelpta.
10.31 blls.; exjorts. Z.m brls.- Market,
firm alth trade quiet; winter patents, $4 90
fc525: winter straights, $4.w;n4.80; Minnesota
patents, $6.506 26; winter extras, H.1(K&36;
Miniie-sota bakers $3.7f.(fi4 15; winter low
grades. $3.(Knci3.55. Rye tlour, quiet: fair to
good $4 in"l4 10; choice to fancv. $4 i4.!0.
CORN MEAL Steady; fine white and vel
low. $1.25; coarse, Sl.lifal.lt; kiln dried. 2. Ssj
BARLEY Dull; feeding. 46c, c. I f. New
York; malting. 46SJ- c. c. L f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. 7.800 l.u.; spot mar
ket, firm; No. 2 red. $1.05 in store; No. 2
red. $1.0t, nominal, f. o. b. at.oat; No. 1
northern. Iuluth. $1.20,. f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 hard, Manltolea, 1112. f. o. b. afloat
The wheat market was strong and active
all day on a scare of shorts resulting
from heavy rains tn the southwest, bullish
spring wheat news, poor threshing returns
and strong bull support. It finally yielded
slightlv to realising and closed Irregular
at WlVc ret advance. July, Hf.S,!rrt6 $-16c.
closed at 9tic: September. R9'u!sc, closed
at WSc; Iecember, K8VK'Vc, closed at
CORN Receipts. 22. 2.7V bu : exports. 11.715
mi: spot market, easy; No. J. 6Vc, ele
vator, and tile f. o. b. afloat; No. I yel
low. 2c; No, 2 white. (71V The oriion
market was quiet and generally wea'ter
lu-cause of good crop news and big car
lot estimates, closing V"TC net lower.
July. SsvtitieVc. closed nt 5Vc; Be-ptember,
ifi'.fftOVc closed at 58t,c.
OATS Reeelots, r;.aK bu. : exports. :s.3.tx
bu. : stxt market, firm; mixed oats, 16 tt
lbs.. SSVBc; natural white. 3i to 22
lbs. Wuc; clipped white, 3 to 40 lba..
HAY Quiet: snipping. ervwV"
HuPS Steady; stute. common to choice,
19i4 crop, 24e: 19il crop. 21jj23c: olds. IS
il2c; Pacific coast, 1K-4 crop. 24'327c; 1903
crop. 2t22r. olds, liunx
HIDES Steady; Galveston. 20 to 25 lbs.
Joe: Califo'nia 21 to 25 pounds, luc; Texas
dry. 24 to so lbs . lKVc.
LKATHEK tniii; acid, :'r-c.
PROVISIONS Bef. steadv;
r.l.5C(jl4 ; mess. tlO.OoigU.W:
I'2 "a iJI-oiy, extra inaia mess.
2? 50 Cut meats, steady: pickled
tx c W10 e pickled slioulders. $5 5o(ii 00
pickled hams, n-malc a lard, dull, west
ern steamed. $7 25; refined, steady; conti
nent. $7.35; South America. $8 15; compound.
$! 37V 'V Pora. quiet: familv, $15 .
16 So short clear. $11. Ottg 15.00; mesa, $13.37V
TALLOW Steady: city r$2 per rg ). Vc;
countr (package freei. 4Vc
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, $V
fjtV; Japan, nominal.
BL'TTEK Steady nd unchanged: re
ceipta S id pans : street price, extra cream
ery. H'VI'Sc. Official prleea, creamery, com
mon to extra. 17V130V: state dairy common
to extra. 15V&2"c; renovated common, to
extra, l"Vtl,c; western factory, common to
extra UV&1&?: western Imitation cresamery,
common to extra, lbtilsc.
CHEESE Steady and unchanged,
rViOft-Uuiet and unchanged.
POULTRY Alive, ejulet ; western spring
chickens. 22c: fomla. 13c; turkeys. 15c.
Dressed, steady; western broilers. Ha25c;
fowls, 104512VC-. turkeys. 1Ssi17c
MlaaaMlla Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 23 FIXH R-Flrst
patents. $tl l3 20; se -onrt patents, $5 ra
.; first clears, $4.!i4.10; second eleara,
WHEAT July, $1.0: September.
December. f7c; No. 1 hard. $1 14:
northern, $1.12; No. I northern. $1.08
I'alea ered Market.
TOLEDO. Jjne . SfED Clove r. Oej
tnhee 2H: tTtme alaike. $7 4t; August
alsike, H-W. priaie timothy. Ui'V
llrrrsaal Grata Market.
ITtTRPOOL. Jan ti. "W HEAT Spot,
romlnal; futures steady: July s livd:
aWeetTr IXwiIkt, 4a M.
CO AN--i pot, ttrna; AmcrKAn siiaed, ta
American Cotton Oil
Amer. H. & L pfd....
American Ice sec
American Linseed Oil
American B. & R
Amer. Sugar Refin...
Amer. Tobacco p. c.
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic CoaFt Line,
Baltimore A Ohio
Brooklyn R. T
Central of N. J
Chicago k Alton
Chicago O. W
Chicago & N. W
C. M. ft St. P
Chicago T. eb T
C. C. C. St L....
Colorado F. k I
Colorado & Southern
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Consolidated Gas ....
Delaware A Hudson.
Delaware. L. & W....
Denver & Rio Grande
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
K. C. Southern
Louisville & N
Metropolitan St. Ry.
Minneapolis A St. L.
M . 61. P. & S. St. M.
Missouri, K. at T
N. R K. of M. pfd...
New York Central
N. Y . O. at W
Norfolk & Western..
P.. C. C. St L
Pressed Ste-1 Car
Pullman Palace Car.
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd ,
Republic Steel ...
Rock Island Co..
St. L. 6. F. 2d pfd.
Bt. L. Southwestern.
Southern Pacific .
Tennessee C. ek I.
Texas Pacific ..
T . St L. & W
V. 8 Express
V. S. leather
V. S. Realty
V. S. Rubber
I". S. Steel
Wei Is-Fargo Er press
Wheeling ek L. E ...
Total sales for the day. $75,700 shares.
100 KCV 107V li
6"0 23V 2$
I. cis Angeles
A 1 ba n v
Salt Lake City
Charleston. S C ...
Wheeling. W. Va...
Fargo. N. D
Sioux Falls. S. D...
Totals. V. S
Outside New York.
14 5 .
2H 0 .
23 9 .
9 I .
28 8 .
"i i .
15 o .
7 8 .
15 4 ..
1" 8 ....
25 4 ....
5c; 7 ....
17 3 ....
l" 2W I
1?2 3 8.27n
54. 2" 729
0 7;r 4',
f "22 rW
4 H3 8118
5 w74 2""
6 116 73
4 "elk. 132 1
2 '.' 513 1
2 ''29 518
1 tain l':9
721. 4-' 9.5
6Afi fi 29
0 ii A II A LIVE STOCI MARKET
Cattle EeoeipU Light with Trading ActiTt
and Pricfi Eteaij.
HOG TRADE SLOW WITH PRICES HIGHER
Sheep) Market Fully Steady with Rev
relpts Coaalatlng Largely ef Idah
6 2 .
84 9 ...
27 1 ...
11 8 ...
27 6 ...
18 5 ...
33 4 ...
61 8 ...
38 9 ...
17 9 ...
ST. 3 ...
32 7 ...
20 3 ...
G3 0 ...
in 3 ...
in 0 ...
12 4 ...
70 4 ...
32 0 . . .
44 2 ...
fi" 4 ...
7 0 ...
(imclal Thursday ..
Five dsys this week. .19.141 68.31
Five davs last week .17 6 22 64. W
Some days week before. .19 3V C.ri
Ssme three eeka ago. .22 1-8 4 7 .913
Same four weeks ngo. .lei.r.tl M.ti
Snme davs last year. .. .11.624 48.0C7
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, begs and sheep st South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last yeHr:
1916 10' 4 Inc. tee
Cattle 418 lor, 443 T18 16.112
Hogs 1 22.cw3 1 29V t"4 67.7S1
Sheep 721.502 8fi.(W 68.6S
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at Sojth Omaha for tne last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1X 11904. '1903 11902. 1901. '19K).;i89J.
I 5 1JV 4 53! 5 93' I S 70; 4 68 60
.1 6 lv 4 4v 7 07 1 4 U "
.111 I 4 49! 6 9V T ll I 70! 1 6S
! I 4 54' a 85 7 let' 6 71! 4 83
.' 6 yoXt' i R 78 1 ti: 6 701 4 911 2 5"
1 6 S2V S 63' 5 771 7 15' B Tl' 4 94! m
.! 24Si 4 68
I 5 2T.', 4 C8
I 5 17 I 4 ft
.1 1 an,! 4 74
I 4 78
I 181 6 761 4 961 1 7
5 80' I I 78 6 021 I fil
5 86 7 21' I a 10. 1 1 1
00' 7 20 81 I 1 S9
R 03 T S0 6 911 t 001
1; w r M 4 " t
11.. I 6 16V 4 81' 6 071 7 18 & S3 4 SG 1 64
14. .1 S 12V 4 84! 17 311 6 61! 4 88 IK
16.. I 6 19V 4 81' 8 W
1. .1 6 22 4 87' 01
17.. i 5 20 I 4 91 6 94
18..! I 4 92' 6 97'
19.. I 6 1SV i 6 94
?"..' ' 14V 6 on 5 v
21.. I 6 11 ' 5 ei-
22..! 6 12V 5 nr.! 5 83
23 . 1 : 5 05 i 77
June 12.. 1 6 l.
l r .. I it It e ls I t4
n ex I 11 ri in IK I rv,
is f if- it M tr .. I n
f s4 ia I it tl r3 .. 4 i"va
Tt 44 . I it V. I .1 1"S
ij irei t 11 a:. r i 1 "
it f. io I it if ;. I 1:
n r i no I it T 40 4 11
n m . . 1 11 n t'4 . i"s
1 tn . . 1 it rt ? in 1 rn
Tt t:4 lli IK 1 lei SO I ITi,
71 !3 I I II S I US
II i" f 111 tt til if I :"
M !M 10 I II t? o I Vv
U M .. I II 71 1.4 ISO I JTw
f MS 1M I II It I 111) 4
11 H 140 I i 7 ItJ . I 17t
6 t" 4 I II 77 1S1 If I
11 rr it" I 11 t i ' I K
tt I II 71 St't . . I 10
e re k 1 11 se l- M I M
M I I let I II XI 1M . II"
it res . . 1 11 -n iM i 1 n
17 t to 1 h j m 4.k. 1 '
40 Il SO I li 71. f'l to I 9
M m e I 11 n H iw lit
14 rt 10 I n Kt 11 ill. jo
- .. t 11 f f an I to
n . 1 ii ice 114 too l 10
- ?'. ISO I II I" 114 4- I 10
to 13 110 111 74 ;?o so I to
t.: )n 1 11 71 JiJ .. I tt
11 ;o ;y 1 11
SHEEP There was a fair run of sheep
here for a Friday, about ten cats bclr.r. on
sale. Nine cars of the receipts were Jdiho
grass ewes and earlings anil were In good
condition. There was a good, strong tone
to the Hading and buvers seemed to want
the stuff As has been the case for some
time, there was a good demand for any
thing desirable snd trading was active. The
stuff had to be eorteM and It was a little
late before the market opened, but never
theless a clearance was made In good
season. A bunch of the ewes sold ur to
14 80. The market ruled generally a little
stronger than yesterday and has 1oen in
very satisfactory shape all the week.
QllOtRtlo-, f - e., f4 frtoe- ' i.vi to
choice lambs, 16 Offiej 25; fair to good lambs.
tr- '.tCfl 8.ie: giMect let ehole venri-ri'-s 8 t.f
6 50 fair to good yearllr.es I4.764i5.00; good
to choice we'hrrs. M.75e5.2: fair to gcxd
wethers. I4 26M4 75; good to choice ewea,
4Xtl4e3fi; fair to good ewea, 14 00(34 10.
I Idaho ewes, grass culls..
177 Idaho ewes, grass
S Idaho ewes, grass
1 western bucks
2V Idaho ewes, grass
197 Idaho ewes, grass
joo Ids ho ewes, grass
114 we stern lambs
.9 I 00
, 87 1 M
.71 1 60
.93 4 00
.93 4 ?"
.9 4 36
,97 4 W
.71 6 0
5 86 4 H 1 64
I 4 90 3 2
8 81 I I w
6 88 5 02'
I 6 R9' 5 00'
6 e '
Indicates Sunday. v
The official number ff cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle Hogs. Sheep. U ses
S5 5 ...
14 7 ...
66 0 ...
C . M. St. P. Rv.
Mo. P. Ry 27
V. P. svstem 6
C. & N. W. Ry
F.. E M V. R. R. 11
C, St P.. M. O. Ry. 3
B. & M. Rv IS
C, B. A- Q. Rv 1
C., R. I. tc P. Rv , E. 2
C. R I. & P. Rv., W. ..
Illinois Central 1
j Chi. Great Western. 2
14 5 ...
4 2 .
12 8 ,
9 7 ....
S3 1 ....
Total receipts 67
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, earh buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
Omaha Packing Co. .
Swift and Compar.y ..
Cudahy Packing Co. .
Armour & Co
1 Swift ,v Co., country
j Vansant & Co
i Carey & Benton
Hill & Huntiinper ...
L. F. Husx
Cudahy Bros. & Co.
J. B. Root & Co
Grey Packing Co. ...
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
32 3'18 917.016' 27 6.,
.! 901. 618.102 18.3,,
St. John, N. B.
Victoria. B. C.
102 2 030
347 3 429
270 S.K"9 546
162 2.943 1.190
991 12.536 2,880
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MtBKET
Cattle Steady Ilosa Fire Cents Higher
CHICAGO, nine 23. -CATTLE Receints.
2.000 head, including 9T Texans; market
steady; good to prime, 15.2r.ejiu iv poor to
medium, t3 75i6.1(': Blockers and feeders.
S2 5ocg4 50; cows. $2S"i4; heifers. 12.5--
6.41; canners. 11. 40532 5"; bulls. 12.25y4.0o;
cahes, 13.lMjj6.50; Texas fed steers, fc4.i'(a
HOOSpece-lpts. ir.kHi head: estimated to
morrow, 12,0n0 head; market 5c higher;
mixed and butchers. 15 l.Vfl." 4'i; good to
choice heavy, ;..3.Vc6.42; rough heavy, 14 70
icir.l'i; light, 15.2ocjj6.4v, bulk of sales, S5.1V
SHEEP AND LAMRS-Pereipts. 8.000
head; sheep steady: lambs loi25o higher;
good to choice wethers. 4 &4i5.5; fair to
choice mixed. S3.5oii4.40; western sheep.
I3 75(ci5.10; native lambs, including spring
lambs, S4.5v57.(Ii; western lambs, S5.0iS5.5U.
IS 8 .
1 59.063.636; 15.0.
Balances paid in cash.
tNot included in totals because containing
other items tnan clearings.
Kew York Money Market.
XEW YORK. June 23. Money on call,
easv; highest. " jk r ce"nt ; lowest. 2 per
cent; ruling rate. 2- per cent; last loan.
2l per cent: closing bid. 2 per cent ; offered
at J1 per cent. Time loans, steady; sixty
days. 3 per cent: ninety days, 3 per cent;
civ mr.r.th K. (Tt4 rer cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 1 ruled
! per cent.
I nrDi ivn rVPUlKfiF Plrmpr with
ant,u' business in lianiters' bills at 94 8705
C14.S710 for demand and at 14.8515114 K20
for sixty day bills: posted rates.
14 88; commercial bills. 14.8;
GOVERNMENT BONDS Steady ; rail
road bonds irregular.
Closing quotations on bonds were:
V. g. ret zi. re ...104 JMin 4. tits 101 j
do eoupon 1U4' t j ti aeriea W1 ,
C Is. ref 1 do 4Si. Clt It
an coupon in L tc is. um. w i
r g ar 4a. reg 1st MauUittnn c. 1. 4a
do coupon Mca. CntnU 4k...
V a. old 4. nt I do 1. 111c
do coupon IM M. 4c Bt. L. 4a...
Am Tobac-ro 41 rt! Ilia 11 . K ft T
do Ii. cttB
Atthisun gen. 4b.
M 86 and
CATTLE There was the usual Friday's
break in receipts today, only about forty
five loads being on sale. This market, in
common with other points, has suffered for
some time from the heavy receipts, which
have tecen the chief cause of the continued
decline. With a lightening of receipts
the middle of the week the market took
a turn for the better and showed more
strength and activity the last three market
days of the week than on the opening.
Packers want a few cattle, but heavy re
ceipts would in all probability force prices
i still lower.
i Beef steers constituted the big end of
1 the receipts today and on account of the
; llcrht supply buyers were out early and
there was considerable activity to the
j trading, a clearance be ing made in good
season. Reiorts from eastern points were
I encouraging and this lent a little- better
j tone to trading here and the market ruled
I generally steady with yesterday. On the
! good kinds. In some cases, prices looked
a little stronger, while the common stuff
was tn a little lietter demand. The quality
of the beef cattle was fairly good.
There were only a few loads of cows
' and heifers here and buyers were better
traders on this account. Anything good
falrlv steady and some salesmen
i thought some loads sold a trifle stronger.
! Common and grassv kinds were Just about
steadv with y-sterday.
Bulls, veal calves and stags were In about
the same notches as yesterday and prices
I were fully steady.
There were no stockers and feeders on
sale today. There has been little demand
for these cattle for some time and receipts
have been light for several weeks. Rep-
Kaxtaas City I -Ire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, June 23. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.100 head, including 600 southerns;
market steady to a shade lower; choice ex
)ort and dressed beef steers. 14.lsii5.75: fair
to good. H.itfsjMW; western fed stee rs, I4.25y
6.26; stoc kers'and feeders. 13 oocjii ; south
ern steers, 13.ifii.60; southern cows, 12 25'
3 75: native cows. 12.2515 4. 35; native heifers.
IS ixfi4 .75: bulls. 82.2664 75; calves. S1.0lti5.50.
H GS Receipts. 6,i8; head; market opened
2V(j5c higher, but closed easy; top, 3tR2l;
buik of sales. SS.l' &.: heavy, S5.2"4j-o.271:
packers, t5.2' 5.32V; pigs and light.
SHEEP AND LAMES Receipts. 2 .000
head: market steady; native lambs. 36.253
7.0u; western lambs, I5.75a7.00- western fed
ewes and yearlings, S4.2t,(y6.5i: Texas clipped
yearlings, S4.75iQ5.25; Texas clipped sheep.
S4-2564.75; stockers and feeders, S2.60S3.75.
St. Lonls Lire stock MarkeK
PT. LOUIS. June 23 CATTLE Receipts.
l.Oiw head, including 8110 Texans: market
strong; native shipping and export steers,
14fi6tfj;oo; dressed beef and butcher steers.
S3.9oti5.76; steers -.inder I.00O lbs., S3.50cg.416:
stockers and feeders, S2.omS4.25: cows and
heifers. $2.oorl.75; canners. Il.40c32.l6; bulls.
S2.6i2 9; calves, S4.Ooeci6.26; Texas and In
dian steers, S2.5eKii4.lXi; cows and heifers,
HOGB Receipts. S.0O0 head; market Sc
higher; pigs and lights, 14 9t.eg5.30; packers.
S4.5etrS.90; butchers and best heavy, $6.2v8
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.6O0
bead: market steadv: native muttons, $3.wx7j
6 75: lambs. S5.0ii,.S0: culls and bucks. 12 I'm
4.50; stockers, S3.8aS.30; Texans, S3.753'
nd the market waa firnlly flrm at a net
advance of 5i ;l points Sales ere reported
cf 5.S !.- Including- Julv, 6".i4V,
Fepten.trr. t. .viejjt, . l'e-.-mbcr I8"0o96c;
March. 7c: May. 7. Inc. tjK't Rio. steady;
No. J Invoice, 7 ll-l.c.
OMAHA WlrOLF.'ALK MARKET.
raaaltloa of Trade aad Qaotatl.ai oa
Staple and laser Proaaee.
EGGS Keolpta. fair; market, steady!
rirni od stock. 13e.
LIVE I vil LTia - Hens. !ii9V; roosters.
he, turkts. lil.'K-. duck. spring
chickens. 1, to 2 lbs., c T lb.
HI' TTKR Pack ing slock, 13c; choice to
fancy dairy, ITjlSc; creamery, 2cij21c;
Sl'UAR-Ptandard granulated, S 21 ef
Ct.; eules. i;.ti ler cI , tut loaf, 1. 4
per cat; No. I extra C, Sc. 16 per cwt.;
No. lie extra C. 15 H5 per cwt : No 16 yel
low, 16 75 per cwt.; XXXX powdered. I su
per cat ; bar powdereu, i;.4 lr cwt ;
wile tablets. 17 95 t-r cwt
FRESH KISM-Trout tc: ballbut. 11c;
buffalo (dressed 1. 8c, pickerel 1 dressed . sc;
white bass (dressed), l.c; sunfish, lie, perc.t
scaled and dressed). 8c; pike sc; cnlflsh,
l:.c; red snapper. l"c. salmon. Ic. cruppiea,
12c; e-l. 15c; bullheads. 11c; black baas, Wc;
whKefish d-ess.di. 10c; frcg legs, per oos,,
'; lobsleis. green. 2"c. boilea lobsters,
..T, shad roe, 45c; blueflns, 6c.
KAY-lYlocs quoted by cHnat.a Wholesala
Hav Dealtrs' association: Chclce. iT.iAi, Na.
I. 10 50. No. 2. S6 00; coarse. 5o0 These
pri.es are for hay of good colur ar.d (juui
iuv URAN-rer ton. S1S.O0.
ORANGES St. Michaels, all sixes. S3 76 3
4.0u. extra fancy Mediurranean sweets. .i
sues. Is 5"; set-dings, all a lit a. S3.i; Va
lencia, all sires. 14. iv.
LEMuNS Iltiioiuera, extra fancy. 270.
Si and i' sixes. 14.75. fancy. 270. ' and SCi
sires, 14 i: i.t. sue. S3 oo; "i and UaV sues,
12.50: ao aie. 12 25, 24o size. 12.50
JA'l ES I'l-r hex of 3u 1-lb kgs.. S2.J8;
liuliow e e-n. In 7v-lu. buxe-a. per lb. Sc.
FiUS California, per lo-lb. carton, 1i
RTc: Inxuted Smyrna, four-crown, 12c; five
BANANAS-Per medium-alted bunch. SL71
02 : JumNis. t2.5ciiS 18).
PINEAPPLES-Florida, per crata of H
30 and 36 f ixes. S3 .25. 42 sue S3 00
FRUITS AND MELONS.
APRICo'IS CaUlomta, itr 4-Uitket crate,
PLUMS Callforr.ia, per 4-backet crata,
I'EACHESTexas. per 4-lax.ntt crate, 1;
California, per 2i-lh. box, Sl.lea.
CHI-.KKjES California, black, per S-Ib.
box. H.76; white, per s-lb. box. 11.76; alls
scuri. box of 24-Qts , SJ.Od.
STRAWBERRIES Hume grown, per 24
qt. case, 11 75i-'2 (A1; Hood River, ir caaa of
CRANHEl'.Kiis jerseys, per crata, li no.
GOOSEBEHRl I S B x of 24 gta. : tO.
CANTALOUPES Mexican, per crata.
WATtnMtiUJS Aiaoama coeeia, aouf
5fc each; crated. 1C lr lb.
RAsFEEKKlhS-liM, nox 01 zi pig., til
black, box of 24 pts.. 12.00.
BLACKBERRIES lane 01 .1 Qia . u.w
TURNIPS New, !- 25c
CARROTS New, per dox., 2.'.c
PARSNIPS Old, per bu.. 40c.
WAX BEANS 1'er t-bu. box, 75c; strlni
beans, per Vbu. box, 75c; bu. box wax or
PejTA 1 OE liome-grown, in autcaa, per
bu., a5c; Colorado, jr bu., 4ic; new pota
toes, per bu., 75c.
BEAN 8-Navy, per ba.. S2 00.
CAULlFlAiWER Home grown, per crata
Of 1 doE . 11.00
CUCUMBERS per aox.. aajcac
PEAS New. per bu. box, 11.00.
TOMATOES Texaa, per 4-basket crata.
SPINACH Per bu., 60a
CABBAGE Callt-'enia. In crates, par
lb., Sc, Mississippi, Sl.-Wff2.25 per crate, ac
cording to sire.
ONIONS New, per aox. Duncnes, 10c:
Bermudns. per crate of about io lbs., 11.25.
RADISHES Hot house or southern, per
LETTUCE Hot house, per dox,, S5Q0c;
head lettuce, per dot.. Tic.
BEETS New, per do.. 10c.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 15c; Wisconsin
bric k, 14c; Wisconsin llmberger, 15c; twins,
13V 14o; oung Americas, 14c.
NL J J5 ainuis, NO. 4 sun ncus, new
At Untie C. L 4
likllimnrc e& Ohio
Central of Go.. 6a
do in tnc
do :d Inr
Chca. A Ohio 4S'
Cl.ltlfi, ft A III. II
C, D ft Cj new
C. K I. ft P. 4i
dti COl. &B
(V-l- 4 8- L- X
Cr. trago Term. 4..,
1 old M Hi land 4
Colo Southern 4i...
do ind. ta. A
Cuba Ii. etfa
rimver ft K. O. 4
I'laullertt 8et-ur. u
Eric, prior lien 4a. .
do fen. 41.
F. W ft I). C. la .
Horliins Vallry i
118 do it "la
.K'. N. R. R. ot M. c. 4 11
. t S T. Central I S . 0'fi
.l"i S J. Central I 6a 1
,1H Northern Parlttc 4a. .1""
. 7(a do 7114 1 II..
119V K. ft W. con 4a. ...102w ' 4...
. 17 Ore. B. L. rldg 4a . Ii
H Pe-nn coo.
Si oi i St..
1 M't 81.
dint 'sen. 4s li'Jai
L. ft I at. c. 6a 11S
I., ft i T fa 4a i'a
L. 6. W. e-on. 4
. . . 6eboiird A L
4a. in: So. Pacini- 4a
...SI fa. RailwBT Is .
... 71.4, Tea. ft FaclBc 1
... HW T . St. L. W. .
7: 1'T.lon Pacific 4a.
70 do conv 4s
ll. V S. 6trel 2d la
. is i
.Vii WtuaiJi la 1:74, 1
. 71--- do deb. B 7:S
KH Wra'aro 4a asl
. Ve", W ft U K 4 M
l:(i Wla. Central u US'
Boaton Hocks aad Itoada.
BOSTON, June 23 Call loans. 2'gA per
cent; time loana, Wa4W per cent, cifncial
qu otations in stocks ai.d tioncls were:
PEORIA.' June 23. C-clRN Iiwer; No. I
yellc.m. Stc; No. S, S4c; No. 4. ISc, no grade,
OATS Higher; No. S white, 65c; Nix
rradaaa Eirkaaa tea Oaatrra Faeartk.
NEW TORK. June a The New Tork
Produce exchange will te cloaeei Mouday,
July S, ft -J a, oa Fourtt.
Lesadoa gtex-k Market.
LONDON". June 23. Closing quotations on
Cor.aola. money... e 1-14' N T Central
Han 1 mora ft Ohio
t-bea. 4k Ohio . . .
I Imaxo Gt W .
C . U ft St. P..
Ix-aireir 41 S. C ...
eka 1st fd
da Id ytt
Illmaia Oatral .
LHlla. A Kaak...
at . k ft T
f 1-liiNoHalk ft
. a, do s!4
. al fi,t. ft eat....
.11 ! Pemna lraaia ...
UH kand Mine
ii I do 1st pfd
. 1V do td pld
.;., so Ei'ar
. 14 I do pfd
. au IgoLthcrn Paelflc
. 1 t aioa Panic ..
. 41V da pfd
. 1.4, f. Kmi
. c I de pfd
HI do pld
- atwauk a
Steadv. 27 1-lld ncr nunn
1 1 icfiH per cenu
The rata of dissunt In the open market
for short bills Is 1 ll-l45rl per cent ; for
three months' billa. 1 li-lcj2 per cent.
WASHINGTON. June 23 Today a state.
Ditnl of lue ueajajjr bajanccs u lb gta-
71 Amaisamated .
tC" American giae
177 hi. ft Hex-la.
T,T 4 rntean'.al ....
141 ( opper ftani
2 Paly Weat
11 pomtntoa Coal
li 1,1c Knral ...
V Maaa Miaing .
: b ran
H14 Mom r ft C.
. X. ci, d liootinlon
. :r Parrot
Electric 17IVj Phannoa
Electric II Tamarack
44 t ntted Copter
Pitt, r. c. Mm u.j
70 f. S Oil
Mm Central 4a...
iicHloo ft Albany.
B aton ft Maine . .
Fitrbburg ptd ....
Mexican Omral ..
) S T.. N H ft H
Per Marqueua .
Am. Arac. Chem.
Am. Pnea. Tuba..
Au. Sugar .
Amor T ft T
rX'inlmcm 1. ft 6.
Ediaon Elcc. Ilium
Maaa (. ..
l anod rrult
V . fleel
At. Pr Ko. A. PT.
.. CS I 71 41 1!40 4 50
..f!ir. I Hu 1 100 4 50
. li;e 4 no 1 isrj 4 74
.ICWI 4 Of. It 1!! 4 70
.. T71 4 11 4 127 4 71
..1104 4 55 4 1S1T 4 15
, 10:t 4 tl It' 1S31 4 SO
..PC! 4 40 1 lli.O 4 M
. .ltll 4 40 II 1!)4 I 00
..11H 4 40 Si' 1S.I I 05
. .1040 4 ii 1 1140 I (
tiTEKKS and COWS.
..171 I M 40 CSt III
.. ISl i 75 I kf.4 4 25
.. W I at ? PJ46 4 40
.. ast) 1 n i mo t 40
.. fl'S I 00 1 ief7 I 40
.. 7t.l t 4 lent I M
.. 770 t la 1 1"33 I Hi
..140 t II 1 12H) I M
..me; t 40 t n 1 si
..125 m t iota 1 70
.. 741, t r.n 4 l.'-iH 1 75
.. ten t 74 t iit 1 74
.. 4i t 71 t r.e 1 no
.. f.o 1 00 4 12.M1 4 uo
..una 1 o t um, 4 o
.. 173 I 16 1 um. 4 no
..11:0 1 it, 1 lSlj 4 jg
..til I 40
CuvVS ANT) HEIFERS.
Bt. Joeeeta Llae Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, June 23. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 24 head; market dull to steady;
natives. IS Runi 30; cows and heifers, tl.&a
4 Ml: stockers and feeders. I2.7&&4 0.
HOG 8 Receipts. 3!.i head; strong to Be
higher; lights, JS2j.1iC.22Vi; medium and
heavv. tR.2tKgi'-0- bulk of sales. .i.2oD.S0.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 3W head;
market steady; shorn lambs, 16.3a.
glonx City Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX C1TT. la.. June 23 (Special Tele
gram 1 CATT'E Receipts, 4fK) head; mar
ket, steady; beeves. IS TfiS .!2; cows, bulls
and mixed, t2.7i4j4.o0; stockers and feeders,
:;.& 4.00. calves and yeariings, 2.7.'.4i3 8o.
HOijS Receipts. 6,'KiO hend; market,
shade higher; selling at $o.l035.20; bulk ol
Mock ia Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
crop, per lb., lie; hard shells, per lb., 13c;
No. 2 soft shells, per lb.. 12c; No. 1 hard
sheila, per lb, 12c; pecans, large, par lb..
12c; small, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb., 7c;
loaned peanuts, per lb.. Sc; Chili walnuts,
per lb., U-aliie; almonds, soft shell, per
lb.. 17c; hard shell, per lb., 15c; shellbarg
hickory nuts, per ba.. 11.7s; 1 Tge hickory
nuts, per bu., li.5u,
HIDES No. 1 trecn, 7c; 10. 1 green.
c; No. I salted. tV; No. t salted, 7Se;
No. 1 veal calf, li; No. 2 veal calf. c; drjr
salted, 7&14c; sheep pelts. 2i.cfcll.uv, boras
1 40 ii
t M 1
I 40 1. ...
t 7r. 1
t 71 t
J SO 1
. . 100
lew Tork Mlnlag Stork a.
NEW YOItK. June 23. Closing quotations
on mining stocks acre:
Adama Coa tl Liu la rklet I
Alice al Hirlarto 404
breeca In ceihlr u;
hrunaarick Coa 4 rt.oe-nla I
I olaatn. k Tunnal I Potoal 12
Con. e al ft Va 10 Ravaga 41
Hra Silrar 171 h.erra S'crada 0
iron FilTer I0 ifmall Hopaa al
Laadriiia (da I !Lar,dard la
STO' 'KERB A2'D FEEDERS
1 170 I 41 4 444 I ci
1 Ijo I 00 1 140 1 ti.
I ... I 40 1 Iw I M
HOGS There was another guod run eif
hogs I., re today, about l.u loaus being 011
sale-. Buyers a ere cut early and the mar
ket eipenefl in gnod season, with the bullish
features of yesterday trevalent today. The
hogs ere if gjoU quality. ith the light
weighta still in the best demand. Owing to
eni-nuragiiig reports from eastern rxiints
sellers had the advantage ar.d prioes
showed an advance. The market ruled
generally 2c higher than yoeteiaay, with
tops showing a nickel higher. Trading wns
slow, buvers not meeting the advance read
ily The bulk or the hogs Sold at 1,1.,1
E 17H. with the long string selling at li 15.
tops reaching xo.. 1 rauing on the close
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
South Omaha Sr73 12.D4S 2,7
Sioux Citv 400 l.OiKi
Kansas City LI' 6.J"0 2.00f
St. Joseph 245 l.SSKI 3?
St. Louis 1.000 .WJ 1.W0
Chicago 2.0ou lS.ooo ,o;i
Total 5,708 46,039 14.743
LONDON, June 23 Rates for money and
discounts opened steady in the market to
day, but the Indifference of the public
minimized operations and they closed ir
regular. Prices on the Stock exchange
weakened In view of the uncertainty of
continental politics and on Paris selling.
Americans opened firm, but later there
were fractional mixed changes from parity
and storks were mostly lower. The tone
was unsettled and the dealings were re
stricted. The market rallied somewhat
later, hut at the elotee prices were easier.
Continental securities were heavy. Rus
sians were lower. Colombian bonds were
weak on the report that a hitch had oc
curred in regard to the claim against
Panama. Imperial Japanese government 6s
of 1!i4 were quoted at 1'B.
PARIS, June 23. The Bourse was much
agitated today by apprehension regarding
the Moroccan question, causing a heavy
decline in rentes. Threes went off 35 cen
times at the outset on many offers.
June 23. WOOL The Boston
Bulletin will say tomorrow of
the wool market: Buying has been less ac
tive owing to lack of supplies and the pre
vious heavy purchasing by manufacturers.
However, a satisfactory volume of busi
ness has tieen transacted with prices still
Maintained on their high basis. Foreign
wools are in good demand and some have
l-en resblpped to England. Shearing in
Montana has been materially delayed by
heavy rains, while prices are slightly easier
there. Contracting for l(n; has been done
In Idaho. Fleece wools are demanding high
prices. The foreign markets are still very
rlrong with only light supplies. The na
tive English wools have advanced 1c. Tho
shiments of wool from Boston to date from
Ieeemier 1. I!. according to the same
authority, are llk.HKMiaf, lbs., against fc!i.t!i,
4We lbs. at the same time last year. The re
ceipts to date are li. 577.134 lbs. against
121.Kr7.371 lbs. for the same reriod last year.
ST. LOUIS. June 23 WOOL Market was
steadv. Meiiiu:n grades, combing and cloth
ing, 2fi?le: lu-ht fine. 'Ii'tc; htmvy fine,
2u&22Sc; tub washed, SlfnCc.
NEW TORK. June 23 METALS The
London tin market wag somewhat easier,
closing at 131i 7s 6d for f-jKit and 137 17s
fid for futures. Locally the market s
steady, however, and closed a shade higher
fit ! 40w Copper alsei was lower in
London, closing at i3 17s 6d for both spot
and futures. Lex-ally the market remains
unchanged Some dealers are still reported
to be holding lake at 115 25. but both lake
p.nd elect ml tic are generally quoted at
lla.ti- casting;. H4.75. Led "s -' -..,,
at 11 In London and at 14.51 4 60 locally.
Steeiter also was unchanged in both ,,,un.
tts, closing at ti 3ft in New York and at
L'A in London. Iron closed at 41s 4d in
Glasgow and at 4is fr1 in Mlddlesborougli.
The local iron market is easier. No. 1
foundry, nortnern. Is quoted at lifi2,Val7a;
No. 2 foundry, n irthern. fi5 Tijlb 25; No. 1
foundry, southern. and No. 1 foundry,
southern, se ft, at 115 TlljjlS .'S; No. 2 foundry,
southern, i5.2uH 16.75.
Baak f learlaga.
OMAHA, June 23 Bank clearings for to
day were 11.2(15 12 14. and for the eorrea
pundinc date last year. ll.utii.Jsi 4.
lialath Grata Market.
DULUTH. June 23-WHEAT-To arrive:
No. 1 northern, tl 12V On track: No. 1
northern, tl 12W: No t northern, tl MVej; No.
L laic: No. 1 4e: July, 11.12; September,
uew. 8.",c: old, Sc
OAT6-T9 arrive and on track, 47c.
II . . .
it ... .
A. k. Pr.
f. li -a
70 . ..
100 I 11
lie' I li
441 I 11
1(0 I IS
laei I lu
120 i 11
k 1 ii
.. 1 is
.. 1 ii
I 17 V,
NEW TORK. June 23 COTTON Spot
closed quiet at 10 points higher: middling
uplands, f.SOc; middling gulf, I iic, aales,
ST. LOUIS. June 23. COTTON Steady
and unchanged; middling. Vac: sales, 1U
bales: ree-eipts lno tales; shipments, 27t
bales: sVH-k. 3,l.r,l bales.
LIVERPOOL. June 23 COTTON Spot In
modeiate demand; prices 14 peiin's higher;
American middling fair. 6 5&d; good mid
dling, i.25d; midiiiing. 5 n&d; low middling.
4 tod; good orttlnary, I 7Sd; ordinary, 4 tid
The sale of the da were S.OKi bales
NEW tiRLEANS, June 23 COTTON
Market firm. Sales. 2.1Hi bales. Ordinary,
6vc; good ordinary, 7-16c; low middling.
7-16c; middling. l-16c: giKl middling.
hKf. middling fair. tll-lUc. Receipts, J.U
bales; lock, ad.lii hales.
Kansas City Grain and Provlatona.
KANSAS CITY. June 23. WHEAT July,
HV; September. 77c: December. 77i&77'4jC
Cash No. 2 hard, ibofpfl.tio; No. 1. t."alK.i::
No 4. 75&'.i31c: No. 2 red. W-Otic; No. I,
SKifcWc; No. 4. 7Ti&!i3c.
CORN Julv. 4!ii:'84rc: September, 4."c;
December, 43v,i643:.c. Cash: No. 2 mixed,
5Hc; No. 1. filyiic; No. 2 white, ESifoS'iic;
No. 3. 520. ... a
OATS No. 2 white, S2Q321c; No. J mixed.
EGOS Higher; Missouri and Kansas
stork, new No. 2 whltewood cases Included.
13c: case count. 12c; cases returned, c less.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, .&i.ai0.0u;
choice praiiie. 17 751 s. CO.
BYE S'eadv, 65'gOtc.
BUTTER Creamery, litg lf.ic ; packing.
Wheat, bu 'M ? 12
Onrn, bu 12 MH0 rl.Bni)
Oats, bu 12.0UO 11,000
agar aad Molaaaea.
NEW YORK. June 23 SUGAR Market
for raw, firm; fair refining. ISiii 11-li.c;
centrifugal. ! lest. 4 15-lilc; molasses augur,
313 7-lGc- Re fined, easy; No. . 4 85c; No.
7 4S0C. No. c,. 4.7'ic; No. K. 4.1V-; No. 10,
4 Hoc: No. 11. 4.50c; No. 12. 4.4&C; N'o. in,
No. 14 4.3IK-; confe-M loners' A. 5.c; mould
A. SeVic: cut loaf. 6.15c; crushed. 6.15c; pow
dered, t.afic: gTanulated. 5 45c; cu1es. B.7"C.
MOLASSES Firm; New Orleans, open,
kettle, good to choice. 2(ei35c.
NEW ORLEANS, June 2S SUGAR Mar
ket eiuiet; open kettle, IV''4c; open ket
tle centrifugal. 4Hi4c; centrifugal whites,
6c: vellows. 440i4 lb-lfir: seconds. lc.
MOLASSES Nominal: oin-n kettle. 13(c
2c; centrifugal, iyl4c. Syrup, nominal. Sue.
Oils aad Koala.
NEW YORK, June 2S OILS Cotton
seed, irregular; prime crude. 21Wc, nominal;
prime ellow, 2Vu4c. Petroleum, easy:
te:in"'d New Tora. I'.X'; Phlladelpfiia and
Baltimore, ftf at; in bulk, H U. Turpentine,
ateedv at CVvjC.
BUSIN ! idy ; strained, oommon to
good. t3.7a3 75.
SAVANNAH. Oa , June 21. OIL Turpen
tine, firm st tyHfrflmiiC. t
ROSIN Firm Quotations: A. B, C, 11 ;
E r.W: F. 13 6('; G. 13; H. IX 76: I. IS af.;
K. 14.05; M. R15; N. 14.30; W G. t4 60; W W.
Philadelphia, Praiaca Marker.
PHILADELPHIA. June 23 -PUTTER
Firm; ex;ra western creamery, 3oc; extra,
nearby prints, 22V".
Ufj(jSprm, nearby fresh. 17t,c, loss off;
nearby fresh. 1CV, at mark; western
fresh, refin at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full cream,
fair to good, new, ivlPc; domesUfc Bwlsa,
lagar Prleea Iiwer.
N'EW YORK. June 23 All grade SniJ
refine-d sugar aere reduced 10 cents per 100
f eagee Market.
NEW YORK. June 21. COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices at an ad vane of 10 points In re
srK.nse to higher European cables. There
waa considerable liquidation and during
tha mid-day session prioes dropped off to
nearly the close of the previous day In thep
it.aence of support, but later buying orders
from Furvi ct;4 a SwSuLe ' - -
nam Offlcst Fifth tmii RoWts SsrMti
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