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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1905)
TI1E OMAnA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JULY 16. 190R.
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
, "'Boma Linei Very Quiet, Otfcan Enjoy
, 0od Demand.
LULL COMES WITH HOTTER WEATHER
Cotton Reach High Fl-ares Coffee
Crop la I.atr gockeye Salmon
Won't tlnn California
Frnlt Pack Poor.
With tha advance of hot weather mhim
A lull In business in reneral. Hardware
erl leather are very auiet. Indeed, linn..
c! lers for dry goods for fall delivery are
lr r.u.r . frn r- ..-u.!- . .. .
, ... . m ...... . ., , ivj B!iu on enor-
ynotja fall business la anticipated. The xto-.-iy
dealers have a rood trade, especially
... buiiiiiici lines.
The features of the' market are an uncer
tainty In the coffee situation, the hlh price
of cotton Roods and the probable advance
in salmon on account of the failure of the
ockeyee to run on Pugct aound. Hot
weather In California la causing a low
grude fruit pack there.
Cotton Goods Roarlnc.
Omaha dry foods jobbers buying cotton
In the east are confronted wltn a level of
prices that Is fast approaching the high
quotations of The mills are In shape
to command high prices, and this, together
with the fact that tho stocks of gray goods,
brown cottons and finished fabrics In sec
ond hands are exceptionally low, makes a
market decidedly favorable to high prices.
Hopes, lawns, fruits and all competing
Ilnea of bleached goods have advanced L
cent at the Jobbing houses during the hist
week. The prices on four-yard brown goods
and heavy weights have also been raised
and an advance in all staple lines of prints
Is looked for. In coarse goods, such as
denlma. drills and ticklnga, the prices that
have been announced on lines that were
held at value last week or withdrawn are
7 to 1 per emit higher than those ruling a
Borne difficulty Is experienced by the Job
bers In filling advance orders on account of
bad dnllverlea by the manufacturers. Col
lections are reported as very satisfactory.
The sugar market is still in an unsettled
condition, owing to the lower price ruling
on raws and the demoralisation in freight
rates. A decline aggregating points has
taken place since last week. The local de
mand, however, has been unusually heavy
during the last week.
Anxiety to Coffee.
Coffee has advanced cent a pound since
Tuesday, The Braxll market Is now aio
higher than New York. Receipts lu Brazil
of the new crop promises to be less than
the estimate made some time ago. They
are now on the eve of the marketing of the
crop In that country and another week
may change tilings In this country- A
reat deal of anxiety hi displayed among
m,. uu;.n swui ueing anie to get in on
the Bimxll crop. There Is a very short visl-
that the visible supply of coffee will not
materially Increase or decrease during
July, whereas in most years there Is a big
Increase ln that month.
Cheese Is practically unchanged. Specu
lative buying continues to stimulate the
market a little, but prions have not ad
vanced. Some large lots have boon bought
up oyer the country, ami later on this
may have a tendency to stiffen prices.
Reports of unfavorable conditions affect
ing the oats crop have caused a sharp ad
vc In oatmeal. The IncreaHe has been
lo on five-pound cases and VJ40o on bulk
Koorts. Whore manufacturers are ouotlng
prlcea for September delivery of new goods
I A. u.o .uumy m me united states now and
; '" 'act ln tn world, while the Braxll
5 t 1 . 9 . " lea" lwo wks late. The South
, " t i American coffee men are an astute lot and
., I J- '"y nav put the price up remarkably high
J . before the summer la over, it coma nn
" I. 'u" . n n'Kr tnan on the spot
stock, showing that they anticipate
Boekeyo Sainton Won't Come.
Keen interest Is felt among dealers In
salmon In the report from tho Pacific
coast that the sockeye salmon have not
put in their appearance. The run la now
about fifteen days overdue and the beat
Informed on the .habits of fish say that
there probably will bo a repetition of the
last two seasons lit the 1905 pack. A total
failure of the run on I'uget sound, while
among the possibilities, Is not regarded
a a probability, but It Is regarded as
certain that the packers will not be able
to secure anything like tho expected quan,
tlty of fish. There la still time for a fair
run of salmon, although the regular sea
son ( now practically over. Such fish as
are taken In the fall are apt to run light
In color and are deficient In oil. It Is
probable that the packers will have to
advance prlcus. A New York dealer esti
mates that the entire Puget sound pack
will be about 250,000 cases less than the
consumption of the cheap grades last
Prices on salmon named by the Alaska
Packers' association are 10 cents lower
than the association named last year. If
the sookeyes do not begin to tun very
soon there doubtless will be an early ad
vance tn Red Alaska. Prices on pink
salmon are slightly higher than last year,
high enough that the goods can scarcely
bo made a 10-cent seller.
Sardines, one-quarter oil. are lower. Mus
tards are unchanged. Jobbers do not look
for any lower prices.
There Is a fair movement on salt mack
erel. Holders are steady in their Ideas
on Irish and Norway, with small Nor
way counts attracting some attention. Re
. ports from the east note a continued fuir
X - catch.
.ijij California. Vrnlt Pnok.
.,f Syrup prices nold about the same. Re-
iiifia i nominal 011111 10 tjuoiauons anu
will not ln any Instance shade the prices
whloh have lately been asked. Syrups
today, says a wholesaler, are cheaper than
dog meat and cannot get any lower.
California is at present experiencing the
hottest season It had had for many years.
The peach crop will be short of early
estimates owing to the hot weather. The
apricot crop will be a fair one and away
ahead of that of last year. - As a result
of the heat fruit Is ripening rapidly and
the raisers are dumping It on the canners
us fast as they can deliver It. The can
tiers find themselves unable to care for
the fruit as fast as it is delivered and In
etuad of the pack being of a high grade,
the goods will go largely Into seconds,
standards and pie fruit. It Is not reason
able to suppose that any large quantities
of the higher grades can be packed under
Spot dried fruit shows several changes.
Peaches have stiffened up because of the
very small supply available. Evaporated
apples are V higher. Seedless raisins of
first class quality have advanced i,c a
pound. There la an abundant vupply of
aprtoots and the market is tending lower,
la futures the market Is very strong on
evaporated peaches, prunes and apples.
Prices have not yet been named on. raisins
for fall delivery, but it Is generally ex
pected that they will be considerably
above those of last year. Spot umnts
are active. A report that the monopoly
legislation in Greece Is practically consum
mated has not been confirmed In this
Prunes are firm, with prices about la
above the low figures, t ables from France
report half a crop and the fruit running
to small sixes. A New York prune dealer
estimates the California prune crou at 75,
OuO.ouO pounds. He says the French crop
will be alKUit half that of Inst year. Cal
ifornia prunes run chiefly to large slsis.
Report from Bosnia and Hervla give a
crop of about two-fifths that of lam sea
son. There Is but a small supply of last
year's prunes on that coast.
Rice remains unchunged, but firm at the
prevailing figures. Holders sre not anxious
Canned corn la without material change.
Very little good Is left In the hands of ;lia
packers. Tomatoes show a strong ad
ance ln every primary market. Baltimore
and Indiana tomatoes have scored an ad
vance of :vc a do ten.
Leather and Hardware.
' Omaha's leather goods business la very
quiet Just now. Practically no orders are
coming in tor shoes at this season and
the Jobbers are filling their fall orders.
No advance has been made In the price of
leather, but some concessions made earlier
In the season have been withdrawn, show
ing the strength of the market.
The haidwure salesmen are oft the road
for the time being and trade lone the lm-
toriahl Impulse given It by tin ir activities.
Manufacturers are giving their attention
largely to mattura other than the Imme
diate marketing of goods and are letting
up a nine in ine pressure ot production.
The merchants throughout the country
have been quite willing to defer ordering.
specially as the condition of the market
ruts suggested conservatism in purchasing,
not so much because lmimrt and reductions
In price are considered likely, as because
the feeling has l-en abroad that there is
nuinmg in the situation which makes it
neceMury to place orders at once, llual
riess is thus uuict. as is usual at tills time
of the yeur, but there seems to be a some
what mure confident feeling than was pre-
a.aji valnt a short time ago. The feeling of
apprehension had gradually given plate to
! M a more assured tone, and July open with
I business conditions which are generally re-
pirded as healthful and full of prtimtka.
v neiner or not the Improved feeling in
the trade can be explained by a reference
to definite facts or figures there seems to
be liule question a to its existence. Mer
chant and manufacturers thus enter upon
a quiet period, expecting an early re
sumption nf activity In business and Justi
fied In enjoying whatever may be per
mitted In the way of vacation In anticipa
tion of a continuance of good business condition!.
CHICAGO QltAIX A.tD PROVI9IOS9
Feafsires of tho Trading and Closing;
Prlees on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July IS. Unconfirmed go s.p of
shnrtnite In Rusxlan crops had a strength
ening Influence on the wheat market here
toaay. At the close the September option
Was UD UT'-.o. Corn shows a vuln of . f
psts are unchanged. Provisions are 6S15g
Sentiment In the wTiest pit throughout the
frreater part of the sesalon inclined to bull
Hhness. although no decided strength wnt
manifested. At the orenlng September was
up VbVc to HflHc at X4V,fc8Hc- From the
slart shorts were moderate buyers, and
while commission houses sold, offerings
were not of large volume. A factor that
Inspired some buying was wet weather In
the Canadian northwest. 'Weather In the
United Slates, however, was extremely fa
vorable for the new crop and tended to hold
ouyers in cnecK. uecrease In shipments
from Australia formed a bullish Influence.
exports for the week being only 17t.0ij bu.,
sgalnst 410,000 bu. the week previous and
bu. the corresponding week a year
ago. The 8t;ptember option here was con
fined within lc range the lowest point
touched Shortly after the nnnnlnr h..nir nt
83'c, while the highest point was at b4c.
The market closed firm, with September at
4c. Primary receipts were S37.0iO
bu., compared with Z78.0U0 bu. a year ago.
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal
a To rutf. .... ,i ii. . . i . . . i
uu. jninnenpunB, luuuin ana i..ni
cago reported receipts of 176 cars, against
14 cars last week and 2-S cars a year ago.
In corn the prospects for lighter receipts
started active buying by shorts and re
sulted In a strong market. - Firm cables
and Improved demand for cash corn helped
to stimulate buying. The market was sup
ported by prominent bulls and closed strong.
September opened Vfi'te higher at MS'f
54rc, sold up to KVeitfHc and closed at
MWc. Uical receipts were 2S cars, with
71 of contract grade.
Trading in the oats pit was extremely
light. Strength of wheat held prices com
paratively steady. September opened un
changed to He higher at 3oVa30lc, "old T
to suraSO'o and closed at the lowest point.
Local receipts were 125 cars.
Provisions were firm because of Be ad
vance ln the price of live hogs. Several
leading packers were credited with fair
purchases of ribs. At the close September
pork was up 15c at $12 96. Lard was up 6t?
Kstlmated receipts for Monday: Wheat. 61
enrs; corn, 229 cars; oata, 110 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles.1 Open. Hlgh.j Low. Close.l Yes y
K4 KYI s;
Beifi h! ' T , 54 V" K. 56V4H S
I'-W H47W!SI 47V
t2) 82 3?H'Srti
I S 00
i 3 -
7 92H 7 87H 7 9?i, 7 824
1 7Vil 7 9241 7 974 7 74
No. 2. tOld. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Easy: winter natents 14 SOOf i tn-
straights, f4.0tfa4.10; spring patents. $4.SMf
6.40; straights, f3.fKVfi4.Xf; bakers, f2.4o&3.il5.
WH BAT No. 2 spring. Jl.061.10; No. 8.
Kcu$l.u5; No. 2 red, fSt'iU90o.
CORN No. 2, 67c; No. 2 yellow, 57
OATS No. 2. S2V.o: No. 1 white
No. 3 white, 32V33i4c.
BARLEY-O00U feeding, 4244c; fair to
choice malting. 47649e.
SEKDS No. 1 flax, tl.24: No 1 northwest.
ern, tl.42. Timothy, jirlme. t3 ayS3.25. Clover,
l'ROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. fl2.)j,5
ri2.9f. IJird. per 100 lbs., t7.124fi7.15. Short
ribs sides (loose). 7.7!yg7.90; short clear
sides (boxed), f7.75ff8.00.
Following were the recelnts and shin.
ments of flour and grain:
. . , Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls is (VO 91 eon
Wheat, bu IW.OoO ' M,iii0
Corn, bu SOS.OnO lfi4o0
Oats, bu 221,700 37.4"0
Rye, bu 1.000
Barley, bu 22,300 4,700
On the Prcduce exchano ?niuv tk hm.
ter market was steady; creameiles, lSW19to:
r-BS, eieaoy; at mark,
cases Included, lic: firsts, 164c; prime
irH?'"' 17c; extras 19c- Cheese, Arm,
St. Loals Oenersl Market.
x.87'. LOUIS. July 15-WHEAT-Lower;
No. 1 red cash, In elevator, KfiVic; on track
874f90c: July, Rl'ic; September, 8144Kn4e;
No. 2 hard, 90fitt2c, new. u '
CORN Lower; No. 2 cash, Wc; on track
66c; September, l3Mc; December, 44o.
OATS Lower; No. 1 cash, ll.'4c; on track.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, ft 60
4.80; extra fancy and straights, U.3otaiM:
SEED Timothy, steady; spot seed, f2.00a
2.40; new, 3.60.
CORNMEAL Steady at f2.70.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, 734J
HAT-Steady; timothy. t9.OOe,14.0O; prairie.
IRON COTTON TIES 99c.
HEMP TWINE 64c.
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; Jobbing,
fl3 05. 1-ard, higher; prime steam, 16.66. Dry
salt meats, higher; boxed extra shorts,
87.75; clear ribs, fH.25; short clears, f8 60.
Bacon, higher;., boxed extra shorts, fS.5o:
clear ribs, fo0; short clear. f9.124.
POULTRY Quiet; chickens. 10c; springs.
124c: turkeys 14o; ducks, 749c; geese, aOc.
BLTTEH Slow; creamery, 154a.XiWc:
EGGS Steady at llo, case count.
Flour, bbls 6,000 8.000
Wheat, bu 119.000 129.000
Corn, bu 64.000 ' 34.000
Oats, bu 12,000 85,000
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KAN8A8 CITY, July 16,-WHEAT-July.
73Sc; September, 754'u 75 ; December, 764
675c; cash: No. t hard, 83tf8ic; No. 3. MM
sic: No. 4. 78t3c: No. I red, 824i34c; No.
8. 80S3c; No. 4. 7fjj82c.
CO.RN July, toc; September, rtc; De
cember, 477c; May, 41Vq414o. Cash, No. X
mixed, 62ifl524c; No. 8, blo; No. 8 white,
634c; No. S, 680 68 40.
OATS Lower; No. 1 white, 834ff34c: Nd.
2 mixed, 31ffj'32c.
RYE Steady; 65S8o.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, f9.5O10.00;
choice prairie, fl.QhQBM.
EGGS Steady; Missouri and Kansas No.
t new whltewood, cares Included, 12c; case
count, 11c; cases returned, 4c less.
BITTER Steady; creamery, la4Wl4e;
Wheat, bu 3oti.4"0 61.00
Corn, bu 36,(1110 81.600
Oats, bu a.uu) S.OuO
Philadelphia Prodace Market.
PHILA DKLPHIA, July 15. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 114c; extra
nearby prints, 23o.
EKi8 Firm; fresh, 18c, loss off; nearby
fresh. 17c at mark; .western fresh, 17180
CHEE-SE Firm; New Tork full cream,
fancy, new. ltiflic: New York full cream,
fair to good, new, 4⁣ domestic Swiss.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 16 -WIIEAT-July.
fl.tr September, 84f.S!Hc; December,
85V No' 1 hard. Jl.tSH: No. 1 northern,
fl.OTH; No. 1 northern, fl.05.
FLOUR First patents. J6SCS5.0; second
patents, ffi.et'U 70; first clears, M OUU't.lO;
Second clears, U ifriri. 76
BRAN lq bulk. tl2.76SlJ.0O.
Mllwankee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Julv 15 -WHHAT-Bteadv;
NoI northern, fl.Wftl.10; Septeniber. M4c
RYE Lower: No. 1, 7&aTc.
BARLEY Steady ; No. He; sample. 41
CORN Firm; September 3s0 asked.
Dulnth Grain Market.
DULUTH. Minn.. July I6.-WHEAT-T0
arrive, No. J northern, tl "4: on track.
No. 1 northern. fl.or4; No. 1 northern,
tl4: Jcly, ll.uS4: September, new, 83"c;
Septen bT, old. k4e.
OATS To arrive and on track. J2Vic.
PEORIA. III.. July 15. CORN Steady;
No. 1 yellow, 66c; No. t, 6io; No. 4. f.Wc.
OATS Unchanged; No. i white. 83c; No.
4 while, i-,c.
Toledo Bred Market.
TOLEDO. O.. July IR.-SEEDS-Clover
cash. 17.70; October, t6 k24 etked: Decem
ber. f5.su; August alaike, f -W bid; prluie
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Vartt; Tt)lt Into Ltih&rgy nd CtaDgi
UNION PACIFIC THE FEATURE OF THE DAY
Steady Absorption of Tbla Issne Seta
Afloat Hew Conjeetnrea as
to Coming; Dividend.
NEW TORK. July 16. -The stock mar
ket fell Into lethargy today and only in
significant changes resulted from the day's
smnll hiialneMH. 4 Tha heavv accumulation
of cash revealed by the bank statement !
was much laiger than indicated by tne
preliminary estimates, but this whs sup
posed to be due to the rectification of last
week's unexpectedly large decrease by the
working out of the computation by daily
averages. As this building up of the re
serves is for the purpose of providing for
the repayment of the fll.ono.OOO of gov
ernment deposits called for today, the
money market Is not expected to benefit
from It, The ease of call money during
the past week had evidently been due to
the temporary employment of these funds.
The contraction ln loans relieved any ap
prehension that the subscriptions for the
Japanese loan had made any undue in
roads upon available credita.
The absorption of Union Paclflo set afloat
renewed conjectures as to the coming
dividend action upon which has been ex
pected from day to day during the week.
The Financial Chronicle's estimate of the
expansion ln railroad gross earnings at
tracted attention, returns from 125 railroads
partly estimated, Indicating an Increase for
the first half of the year over the rather
unfavorable showing of the first half of
last year of approximately 855,000.000, while
the comparison with the first six months
of 18H7, eight years ago, shows an expan
sion of some t470.0O0.O00. The buying of
Union Pacific held the market firm to the
he total sales of bonds, par value, tLfti,-
The quotations on
exchange ranged as
the New York Stock
Sales.Hlgh. Low. Close.
Am. Car t Foun
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Hide & L. pfd..
Am. Ice Securities....
Am. Linseed Oil ....
Am. Locomotive ....
Am. Smelt ft R'f'g..
Am. Sugar R'f'g
Am. Tobacco, pfd. c.
Anaconda Mln. Co. ..
Atlantic Coast L
Baltimore 4 Ohio ....
Brooklyn Rapid T....
Canadian Pacific ....
Central of N. J
Ches. A Ohio .
Chicago & Alton ....
Chicago & N. W
C. M. & St. P
Chi. Term. A Trans..
C. C. C. & St. L....
Coi.-. Fuel A Iron
Colo. & Southern ....
do 1st preferred ....
do 2d preferred ....
Consolidated Gas ....
Dela. & Hudson
Del., Lack. A W
Denver & R. G
do 1st preferred ....
do 2d preferred ....
General Electric' ....
K. C. Southern
Louisville & Nash....
Met. Street Ry
Mexican Central ....
Minn. & St. It
M. St. P. A 8. S. M.
Mo., Kan. A Tex....
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd.
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. Ont. A W....
Norfolk A Western ..
North American ....
P.. C. C. A St. L....
Pressed Steel Car ...
Pullman Pal. Car ..
do 1st preferred ....
do 2d preferred ....
Rock Island Co I
do pref erred
St. L. A 8. F. 2d pfd.
St. Louis 8. W
Southern Pacific ....
Southern Railway ..
Tenn. Coal A Iron..
Texas A Pacific
Toledo 8. L- A W....
U. S. Express
IT. S. Realty
U. 8. Rubber
U. 8. Steel
Va.-Cal. Chemical ..
Wheeling A L. E. ...
Wisconsin Central ...
Northern Pacific ....
Total sales for the
8,900 83 4
600 394 89
U00 4814, 484
700 138 134 IWt
100 96 964 964
1.600 104 10$ IOH14
6.900 86 864
200 1024 1024 I024
8.100 1144 1144 1144
400 2004 2n
8.000 182 181
100 4 384
200 864 "64 M4
600 42 41 41
8.3(0 4614 464 46H
1.70 83V 834 634
600 724 724 "4
100 176 175 175
1,100 1694 16914 l91t
I'M I!" 1!"A 1(4
200 74 784
2,000 1494 14814 149
3C0' 82 R2 82
2,700 1264 125 126ii
147 4 1474
84.500 1304 1294
12.300 3 14
400 1674 1674 J674
day. 164.600 share.
New Tork Money Market.
NEW TORK. July 16. MONE T On call,
nominal; no loans; time loaus firm; sixty
days. 3 per cent; ninety days, 84 per cent;
six months, 4i44 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER I3M4
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 84.866VA
4.8675 for demand and at tt-8l9"ij4 . . for
60-day bills,; posted rates t4.S54jj4.74; com
mercial bills. f4.M4tl4.844.
?lkV.ERBar B9c; '"'on dollars, 464c.
HON Dd Government and railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds were;
0. g. rf. la nt KXtJiMa ta. ( lout
. .10114. do td aarlaa
..loa do 4Wa. clfa ...
I) g U. ri
V. S. aaw 4a. r(.
V. i. old is. rag
1"4 L. N. ui.l. 4a.
1H Mtnhttun c. 1 4s...i04U
IU I antral ml
"1 do lat Inr
liH Mian. 81. t. 1.
Am. Tobacco 4a, otta. t
do ta, alfa Hi 1 sn 1.
Aunl.oa (an. 4a IMH N. R. R of M c
do adl. 4a Ma N. T. C. s
Atlantic C. L. 4a lui n. J. C. a ta
Hal. a Ohio 4 10 N(. Pacldc im'.'.'.
0 M I do la
Coutral of Oa- 4a ...m N. W a 4s
l" j t4 O. U rfd it
do Id Ine (, e.n. wy ,H.
Chaa. a Ohio 4Ha. ...in kaadlnn gen. a
vu,..su . na wn ,r 1 A 1. s. c.
c . u. a g. a. 4a..
C . K I. A P. 4a..
do col. la
CCO. A St. U g ta
Chicago Tar. 4a
ls4orado Mid. 4a..
Culo. So. 4a
Colo, lud la. aat A
do aat U
Cuba la clfa
D A H. O 4a ,
InMlllara' tec U .
Eria piiar lwo 4a..
do sau. 4a
iwh et. u s r
aavl Si. L. w
c. H 111
. MV. b board a. L. aa
I'd 1 So. farlSo 4a .. .
17 I do lat 4a ctfa. ...
15 So. Hallwnr (a .
. 4 Tiaa r. la ....
. T.. St. U tW. I
fl tuioa PaclSa 4a.'..
.104 da coot. 4a
loo v. . Staal M la.
. t Wabaah 1
.101 do dab. h
. Waatara apt. 4a...
.IIS aw T l- .
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Hotair.f VaU 4Vaa...luH4 Wia Cautral u. ".
C'learl Hoaao Averaces.
NEW YORK, July 15-The statement of
averuKe of the clearing- house banks of thla
city for the week shows: Loans, fl,lo?3nl).
100; decrease, f9.l5".uO. Deposits .11.169 0is'.
2); Increase. 1713.13. Circulation, 149 157 lia
Increase. f.TIT.ltu. Legal tend-is, $-- lli,' H):
lucre, t2.aU.aM). fepecie. 2.0.15J.i. ta-
eres.se. t.lir.jnn. Reserve, tJoj.JTVW; In
crease, til. 743.700. Reserve required. t.
754.560: Increase. tl78.2. Surplus. tl!'i23,
iv i ; !neres!e lll.606.C6. F.x-Unlted States
deposits. t22,372,nftO; Increase. 111,420.726.
Boston ttoeke nod Roads.
BOSTON, July 16 Call loans. S34 per
rent: time loans. 34'3' Pt cent. Official
quotations on stoiss ana oonds were:
Atrhimn sll. 4i M iAdTMur
do U 1(44 Allouei
Mki. lntrl 4. M I Amlmt4
. MVfc .American Ztn
Bn.mn A Albanr
Biaton A Matna..
Poaton Klaratad .
t ltchburg r'd
Mcilcan Cantrnl .
Cal. a Hrcla
Copper Hanga ...
Dominion Coal ..
Man. Mining ....
lont. C. A C
N T., N. H. H...1'0
Para Maranatto .... M
I'nlon Parldc U0
Amer. Arga. Cham... 14
do pfd to
Amar. Fnau. Tubs....
Amar. Sugar lie1
do pfd 131
Amar. 1. T..
Amar. Woolen .
Wt Old Dominion , I4
abli, "sceola 12
tlamlnton I. A 8 ii
Unttad Copper I
U. 8. Mining HVi
I'. 8. Oil ton
ItJIton Klac. Ulu....42H
klaaa. Elaclrlo II
Vnlted shoo Macb.
V. 8. steal
Wasting, common .
.. 34 V
London Rtoek Market.
LONDON, July IS. Closing quotation on
do accouut ..
MI-UN. T. Central 15H4,
... o Norfolk A W )
. .. 011 ao pta ...
... M I Ontario A W
Balllmora A Ohio 1111a
Canadian Pacific 1M ,
Hand Mlnea .
do lat pfd.
do Id pfd .
do pf4 ...
:o. PactQo ..
Chca. A Ohio. ...
Chicago Ot. W...
C, M. A St. P
Denver A R. O.
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Illinois Central ,
boula. A Na.h.
U., K. A T
.. ti V. 8. Steel.,..
.. 74V do pfd ....
..173 VI Wabash
..US I do pfd ....
SILVER Bar, quiet, 27 8-16d per ounce.
MONEY VS1 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 1 ll-lcjl 13-16 per cent; for
three months' bills, 18-16 per cent.
LONDON, July 15. Business on the
Stock exchange has become decidedly
more cheerful now that the settlement
has been concluded without serious diffi
culties. The continued plethora of money
combined with better trade conditions
stimulated Investment purchases, resulting
In an upward tendency for good class se
curities, consols leading the advance.
Americans were active and generally
stronger, principally supported by Wall
street professionals, whose chief levers
were the crop reports and dividend rumors.
The local business was not large, prices
on the balance were In favor of the bulls.
The feature of the foreigners was the
revival of Interest ln Mexican rails, which
advanced smartly on good traffic returns.
The new Japanese loan was quoted at 1V4j
premium. Other Japanese securities were
corespondlngly firm. Discounts were kept
steady by the demand for gold In Parts
and the anticipation of shipments to New
Tork ln the near future. The Indications
point to the continued ease of money for
some time, despite the various new Issues
BEKLIN, July 15. On the bourse today
domestio mlnea were higher. The first reg
ular quotation of the new Japanese bonds
was &u?4. The market generally was
New Tork Mining; stocks,
NEW YORK. July 15.-CIosIng quotations
on mining stocks were:
Mlrunnwtck Con ..
Coraatock Tunnel .
Con. Cal. A Va...
Lead ril la Coa
I.lltle Chief ...
Small Hooea ..
OMAHA, July 15-Bank clearings for
today were $1,460,491.79 and for the corre
sponding date last year $1,188,118.80.
Totals $8,903,928.74 $7,321,926.52
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
annotations of the Day on Tarlona
. ,Ey T9RK- 16 FLOUR-Recelpts.
8,207 barrels; exports. 14.757 barrels: sales
4.000 packages. Market was quiet and
steady; winter patents, $4.90fi.2t; winter
straights. $4.50-54.80; Minnesota patents
t6.5(Ku6.00; winter extras, $3.10;aH.r.5; Mlnne-
.5kerVe-76rfoVr5: .Te'a" 'J
feV&m good' Ha5'4-W: cho,ce t0
i co A L Steady; fine white and yel
mW W coarBe- $U4tfl.l6; kiln dried.
BA RLE Y Du 11 ; feeding. 48Hc, c. I f.
New York; malting, 46ii5:a, c. 1. f.. Buffalo
AVH EAT Receipts, (.000 W; JLteZ Zm.
000 bu. futures. Spot market firm; No 2
red, $1.00, nominal elevator; No. 2 red 95c
;', b'J anoa'i No. 1 northern Duluth,
;UY: J- 1. oat; No. 1 northern
Manitoba, $1.12. f. o. b.. afloat vh.
opened firmer on light northwest receipts,
firm cables and covering. It reacted
slightly and then turned stronger again ln
reijonse to bull support based on prospects
for' showers In the belt, closing t,c net
higher. July closed tZSic; September, 874
ftS7Tc. closed at 88o; December, SSa
8ST4.C closed at 88c.
CORN Receipts, 187.600 bu.; exports
210,740 bu. 8pot market firm; No. 2. 6
62tc, elevator, and 624c f. o. b., afloat;
No. 2 yellow, 3c: No. white. 63o. Option
market was without transactions, closing
unchanged to 14c net higher. July clused
at 62c; September at 60c.
OATS Receipts, 64,500 bu.; exports, t Tf 0
bu. Spot market quiet; mixed oats, W to
82 pounds, SfiVj'ii 3ic ; natural whit, 30 to
82 pounds, 87"((j3Hc; clipped whlt, IS6 to
40 pounds. 3'S41c.
r h-tUJ vjuiet : spring bran, $17.25. July
hipment; middling. U7.i'6. July shlDinoni:
city, tl8.00o 23.50.
HAT Oulet : shipping. 6oS66c: mnnA
hops uuiet; state common to cholco.
1904 crop, 22S26c: 1908 croD. 1921c: olds.
1o12c; Pacltic coast, 1901 crop, hali.:; 9u3
crop, wu'Mc; oias, joaite.
hidkh uuiet; ualveston. 20 to 25 Dounds.
20c; California. 21 to 26 pound., 39c; Texas
dry, 24 to SO pounds, Mtyc
jr.ATlic.rl men ay: add. Zi(W..
PROVISIONS b'ief. tendv: family.
tl2.UOtrl2.6u; mess. lln.iWilO.V): heef hams.
$ 21.001a '42.60; packet, flO.Hio 10..'iO; city extra,
mess India, $19.0tt iO. 0. Cut mean, steady;
rlckled bellies, otilov; plciiled sliouldeis,
W4tc; pick lad tiims, l'J'4910,". Laid--
firm; western bteumcu, i m; refined,
steady; continent, f7.:;.i: South Ammicn,
$800; compound. bSQoc. Pork Steady;
family, $!.Sa 16.00: short clear, $1175
14.75; mess, $13.25(1)14.26.
POTATOES Weak: Long Island. 7f,fr7S7c:
southern. 60(o85c; Jersey sweot, $1.00ijj2.26.
TALLOW Quiet; city If! per pkg.), 4c;
country (pkgs. free), 4Vu4c.
RICE Steady ; domestio fair to extra,
tSfifi'V--; Japan, nominal.
POCLTRY Alive, quiet; western spring
chickens, lie; fowls, 14tc; turkeys, 14V:.
Dressed, firm: western broilers, ltolw:
fowls lfffl3c; turkeys, 131jl7c.
BUirtn-Hrm: state dairy, common to
extra. 164j."Oc; renovated, common to ex
tra. 14i;l!e: western factory, common to
C Hr. hfctr, hld,te. full cream, small colored
and white, fancy, 9c; slate, full cream,
fair to choice, 8V38V; state, full cream,
large, colored and white, 9V.
Ajj r irm; western, l4yio.
Sngar aud Molasses.
NEW YORK, July 15.-8COAR-Raw,
steady; fair refining, ltc; centrifugal, i
test. 4c; molasses sugar, tc. Reilnetl,
steady; No. 4.ic; No. T. 4 66c; No. t. 4.6oc;
No. 9. 4.5oc; No. 10. 4 45c: No. 11. 4 J5c; No.
12. 4.uc; No. 11. 4iue; No. 14, 4.16e; con
fectioners' A, $ 15c: mould A, 6 65c; cut loaf.
6 00c; crushed. 6o0c; towdered, 6.40c; granu
lated. 3oc; culies, $66c.
MOLA8HES Steady; New Orleans Open
kettle, good to choice, WixiSc.
NEW ORLEANS, July 16. 81UAR
Quiet; open kettle centrifugal. ti-Pic; cen
trifugal whites, 4 la-lwie 1-loc; yellowa. 4'A
f4c; seconds, 2V)-"o.
alOLASjlKS Nominal; open kettle lSii
2c; centrifugal, tal4c
6 YR I' P Numlnal, 30c.
NEW YORK. July U.-OOFFEB-Market
for futurea opened steady at a partial de
cline of 6 points. A Utile demand from Wall
street sources rallied the market in the
late trading. The close was steady un
changed to 6 points higher, the advance
being on May sales, which were reported
of 12.UW bus. Including September at (
r7c; December. 7f(tf7.V-; January. TSoij
f35c: MareU. TJj7.4.; May. I.ifccV Soot
iavo1' 8vi Cordova.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Em. Beef 8ten 8te.df for the Week,
whk Ccwt Lowir.
HOGS A QUARTER HIGHER FOR THE WEEK
Receipts of Sheep Light Thla Week,
with Market Off a Quarter on
Sheep and Abont Fifty
Cents on Lambs.
SOUTH OMAHA. July 15, 1905.
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday ....
Total this week 18.366 49.122 17.029
Total last week 13. 1H9 84,o9i 14.412
Total week before 13.3;9 71. S"46 ID 171
Same three weeks ago.. 20.237 66.7.9 18.674
Same four weeks ago. ...18.061 63.914 8.445
Same week, last year.... 4,92 11,710 10,459
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, !((. s and sheep at South Oinana for
the year to oate compared with last year:
ltj. 1M4. Inc. Deo.
Cattlo 467,865 471,038 13,171
Hogs 1,391,107 1,429,417 2i,iiW
Sheep 771.U7J Vii.U 6O.80O
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at bouth Omana tor ine last
everal da) a, Willi comparisons:
Date. , I 1906. l!4.1903.llKM.1901.19W.il893.
t si I
6 10 I
I f Ml 4 M!
7 24 i 4 !
J io I 83, I
1 K'-m 6 t 6 03
1 Mi S IU, Ul
( 4, S 4 4
I 4J u D 1 1 4 W
I 89 6 00
7 69 6 t I
7 ti' 6 i 6 17 1
7 W Mi I 101
I 6J1 6 91 6 03
7 65 6 57 6 111
1 i 90 4 W
7 61 I 6 0l
7 (Hi $ 89i I
7 64) 6 8Z 4 92
7 lii, 6 74i 6 Ul
1 1 1
7 641 6 73, 6 0b
1 6 79j 5 16
7 75 I 6 111
7 82 5 83 J
7 8O1 6 83 5 13
7 Ml 6 86 6 Hi
7 79 6 93 04 1
7 77 6 9i, 6 02 1
I 6 661 6 13
7 72; I 6 obi
7 76 S 77 I
6 29 I
6 16 1
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
cattle, nogs, ri sen
C, M. & St. P
Missouri Pacific ....
C. & N. W
F.. E. & M. V
C, St. P., M. & O..
B. & M. Ry
C, R. 1. & P.. east.
C, R. I. & P., west
Illinois Central ....
Total receipts 4
The disposition of the day's receipts wss
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omana Packing Co.
Swltt and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour St Co
Cudahy Packing Co., K. C.
Gray Packing Co
8. & 8
Totals 162 8.924 749
CATTLE There was only three cars on
ale today, not enough to make a market.
Receipts for fhe week have been liberal,
about 817 cars being received, which is an
Increase of about 244 cars over last week
and a gain of about 612 oars as compared
to the corresponding week of a year ago,
when the strike at the packing hounts
made receipts unusually light. The general
quality of the cattle was good.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were
good days In the beef steer department, the
market ruling aboui steady for the three
days. Buyers were not overly anxious for
supplies at any time and for the most part
trading was slow and It was rather late
before the stuff waa all picked up. The
market went off some the last two market
days and shows a little weaker feeling on
the general run of cattle. Good handy
weight stuff Is Just about steady for the
week, these kinds being in fair demand,
but the heavy cattle and common and
grassy kinds are off Kjjl5c, with a slow,
draggy movement. Some Wyoming Texas
cattle were received that sold very satis
factorily. There was a fair supply of cows and
heifers here this week, but the market on
the common and grassy kinds broke badly.
Good, heavy, dry-lot cows and good, fat
heifers show little change, but the common
kinds show a decline of 25'g'40c. Buyers
were Indifferent on these kinds and the
trade was very slow and dull.
Good bulls are about steady, but grassy
kinds are 25c lower.
Veal calves and stags show little change
and are about steady.
There was a small supply of stnekers
and feeders here this week and the quality
was poor, trnshy stuff, being much In evi
dence. There Is Utile demand for this kind
of stuff and the market for the week shows
a decline of about loutlSc.
HOOB There was about the usual Satur
day's run here, about 119 lomi tw.i.
I sale. The receipts here were heavier than
at any of the other market centers. Light
I receipts and encouraging reports from east-
ern points gave sellers the advantage here
and prices ruled higher. On the opening
! trading was slow and it was some little
time berore much was done. After the first
round or two, however, buyers and sellers
got together and trading was active: Prloes
ruled generally 2c higher than yesterday's
best time, or a nickel higher than yester
day's general market. The bulk of the
hogs sold at t5.50ti5.55, with the long strlng
eelllng at J6.62M. As high as $5 60 was paid
for a good load of 175-pound hogs, which
was the top price of the day. The stuff
moved readily and a clearance was made In
good season, the market closing strong at
tha advance. Representative sales:
.. 4,6 t.S
. 6 263 1".7n)
. .3 3 9.110
.. 3.3.12 8,47
.. 2,042 7.234
. . 100 8,3iJ
10 6 65
0 I II
110 I 61
46 I 47
... I M
100 I lo
... t 10
4M 1 10
10 1 M
10 I 12
140 ISO 1 II W
IM SU0 I 12W
!"0 1 66
0 I 12
110 I It
120 I 12
140 I 52
10 I 12
0 t live
llu I 42
140 I 12
M 1 12
40 1 12
44 I 12
110 I 12
40 I 12
4 I II
10 1 list,
110 I n ,
11 1 12
... I ft
ISO I 12
120 I II
10 I 12
10 1 u
M I 65
... I 61
40 I 65
111 I 66
140 I 61
... 6 65
20 I 171,
4 t 67 u,
10 1 17
40 t 57
40 t 67
SHEEP-There were no sheep of anv
sequence on sale today and the bur burn
was practically deserted. R.-c-.-lpts iaVr
moderate for the week, but showed a mi,i
over last week of about sixteen cars anil
were about twenty-. ix cars hravler thn
the corresponding week of last year
There was a good strong demand for sup
piles of all klndx and the re.i,.,. .....
lMted almost entirely of old sheep The
llrst three days of the week sellers had
little trouble in disponing of Uielr l)ol,llnir
at good strong prices and conditions vy.-r.
all In their favor. But the lt 0f th.
week conditions were reversed and buvers
had the advahtaKe. Chicago broke 4.-"o ,oo
on sheep ana au, where (rviu i ta u M
lambs. As a consequence trading was slow
here on Thursday and Friday. The decline
on the two days mentioned put the market
for the week about a quarter lower on
sheep, while lambs, owing to the break
rM, are about 5oc lower, sit hough there
were not enough here to make
of the market
Quotations Good to choice snrlnat lambs.
J7.10-U7 4o; fair to good spring lambs $' 50i
7.oo ; good to choice yearlings, $6 8"ti6 00;
fair to good yearlings. $6 5"'uu 80; good to
choice wethers, $5 0"-ii6.4O; fair to good
wethers, f4.7.Vtf5.0O; good to choice ewes,
$4.75(65 .00; fair to good ewes, $4.2oj4.75.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle teadr Hogs Ten Cents Higher
-Sheep and Lambs Steady,
CHICAGO, July 15.-CATT1 J2-Recelpts.
600 head, market steady; good to prime
steers, 6016.00: poor to medium. $3 76j
6.36; stockers and feeders. $2.7tl,4 36; cows.
12.5tii4.70; heifers. ti.26y5.1't; canners. $1 iiii
2.50; bulls. $2 0t"u im; calves, $3.GO'ei.7S;
Texas fedteers. f4 OO'rffi.OO.
HOGS Receipts, 6,ou0 head; estimated
Monday, 2,ooo head; market 10c higher;
mixed and butchers, $5.7ta5.90; good to
choice heavy. t5.7i'((i5 .90; rough heavy, $5 35
tift.su; light, 6.66aG.:0; bulk of sales, $6.bfjr
SHEEP AND LAMnft-Recelpts, t.000
head; market stendv; good to choice weth
ers. $5 2M36.75; fair to choice mixed, $4.75.:f
6.2o; western sheep. $4.76(j6.75: native lambs,
$6.007.75; western lambs, $6.0oiji.75.
Kansas t lty I.lvo Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 16.-CATTLK
Receipts, 3-X) head. Including head south
erns; market nominally steadv; choice ex
port and dressed beef steers, $6.004.60; fair
to good, $4 26i5.0O; western fed steers, $.1.75
fa6.i; stockers and feeders, $2.7754.26;
southern steers, $2.7.Vu4.50; southern cows,
$2.25f;8.50; native cows. t25"Jt; native
heifers. f3 254; 5. 35; bulls. t2.2f.'o4.iio: calves,
$3. 000.75; receipts for week, 48,580 head.
HoGS Receipts, 2.010 head; market 10e
higher; top, 15.72H; bulk of sales, $5.Mr
6.7u; heavy, $5.56ni6.66 ; packers, $5.6n65;
pigs and lights. $6.8lj6.67y; receipts for
the week, 2s 6so head.
SHBK1' AND LAMPS Receipts, none;
market nominally steady; native lambs
$6.i.v.u7.50; western lambs. $6.'Xg7.4iV; fed
ewes and yearlings, $4.601)5.75; Texas clipped
yearlings, $5.6'Kfi.00; Texas clipped sheep,
$6.0016.50; stockers and feeders, lZ.6ofu6.tM
St. Lonls Llye Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 15,-CATTLE-Recelpts,
300 head, Including 275 Texans. Market
steady. Native shipping and export steers,
$4.SiiC.S5; dressed beef and butclier steers,
$3.75liD. i6; steers under 1,000 pounds, $3. 75m
4.50; stockers and feeders, $2.5041 3.75; cows
and heifers, $2.Uio.oo; canncru, $l.aa 2.10;
bulls, $2.25'(i3.t; calves, $3 iXy6.00; Texas
and Indian steers, $.2ig4.76; cows and
heifers, $2 004)3.50.
HOGS Receipts, $.600 head;, market
higher; pigs and lights. $5.50ij5.75; packers,
$47(5.75; butchers and best heavy, $5.ti6(ui
SHEEP AND IJVMBa-Recelpts, 200
head; market steady. Native muttons,
$4.M5.76; lambs, $5.0041' 7. 76; culli and bucks.
$3.oo(j4.25; stockers, $3.76414.26; Texans, $3.75
St. Joseph Live !4tock Market.
8T. JOSEPH, July 15 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 61 head; market, steady; cows and
heifers, $1585; bulls and stags, $2.00t'
4.60; stockers and feeders, $2.7rVu4.40.
HOGS Receipts, $.478 head; market, 6H
7Vc higher; light, fo.Ot 1(6.70; medium and
heavy, foge-bo; bulk of sales, $6.6oiU'6.6o.
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, none;
market, nominally steady.
Moux City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, July 15-Speclal Tele
gram. ) CATTLE Receipts, loo head; mar
ket steady; beeves. $4.oofi5.26; cows, bulls
and mixed, $2.5oi4.25; stockers and feeders,
fat ti 3. 76; calves ;ind yearlings, $2.60(03.60.
HOGS Receipts, 6,'ieO head; market about
5c higher, selling at $5.40cg5.65; bulk of sales,
Stork In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six princi
pal western markets yesterday:
....1,367 28,279 2,200
OUAIIA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trad antl Unotatlons oa
Staple and Fanoy rroisaet,
EGGS Receipts, fair; market quiet:
candled stock, 13ffll314o.
LIVE POULTRV-Hena, H; roosters,
6c; turkeys, Lfc(il6c; ducks, 8c; spring ducks,
10c; spring chickens, 16'416c.
BUTTKR-Market firm; packing stock.
13Hi14c; choice to fancy dairy, 17ai8c;
creamery, iwa-ic; prints, 22c.
SUGAR Standard granulated, $6.21 per
cwt.; cubes, $7.00 per cwt.; cut .loaf, $7.4$
per cwt.; No. 6 etra C, $15 per cwt.;
No. 10 extra C. $5 96 per cwt.; No. 16 yel
low, $6.76 per cwt.; XXXX powdered, $6.94
per cwt.: bar powdered, $7.40 per cwt.2
eaglo tablets, $7.96 per cwt.
tRESH KISH-Tiout. c: halibut, llo;
buffalo Idresscd). 8c; ulcnerel (dressed), 60;
while bass (drejwl(, lie; sunfisn, so; neron
(scaled and Oaressed). 8c; pike. 10c; catfish,
lac; red snupner. 10c; salmon, luc; ciapplea.
12c; eel 16c; bullheads. 11c: black bass. 20c;
Manitoba whltefliih (dressed), 10c; Lake Su
perior whitensh (dressed, 12c; frog legs,
per dox., 35c; lobsters, green, 27c; boiled
lobsters. c; shad roe. 45c; bluefish. 80.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hay Dealers' association: Choice, J7.00; No.
I, $6.60; No. t, $6.00; coarse. $6.00. These
m-liu aru tor hay of good color and qua!-
it RAN Per ton. $16.00.
ORANGES St. Michaels, all sizes. $4 25:
extra fancy Mediterranean sweets, all
sizes, $3.75; seedlings, all sixes, $3.60; Valen
cia, all sixes, $4.26.
LEMONS Ltruonlora, eTtra fancy. 270.
300 and 360 sixes, $6 25; fancy, 270, 3u0 and
360 bizes, $4.75; choice, $36U; 3uo and $60
sixes, $4.50; 20 slxe, $3 26 ; 240 sixe, $3.60
. DATES Per box of 80 1-lb pkgs.. $100;
ilallowe en, In 7o-lb. boxes, per lb. 60.
FIGS California, per W-lu. carton, 1i.il
8)c: lir.portod Smrua, four-crou. 12c: flv
UANANAS Per medlum-slxed bunch. $1.71
52 26: iumbos, $2.E04tJ.OO. ' "
PrNBA PPLE8 Florida, joer crate of 24.
$0 and 86 sizes, 14.60.
r'RbliB avxD MELONS.
APR1COTB calUornla, per 4-banket crate,
i'LI MS CaUfornia, pei 4-baaket crate.
II. ltKtf 1.36.
PEAOIKS Texas cllnars. per 4-basket
crate. )oc; 'lexas freeuioiies, $i.t)0; Califor
nia free stone, per 26-lb. box, $1.10.
CliErtKil-; calif 01 niw '.lui per 8-lb
box, $1.6u; white, per l-m. du h u: Mis
souri, box Of 24 qts., $2.0tl2.26.
bXRAW BLHKlld llomu grown, per $4
lt. caae, $1.76'a2.M; Denver, per case of
CRANUERRIES Jerseyn, per crata $1 64
gooseberries-box of qts., iiw.
CANTALOUPES Texas, per crate, 130$
4.6o; California, per crate, ponies, $3 00
WA'l ERMELONS Alabama Sweets, 26Q
$0c eacli: crated, H40 per lb.
RvaSPBERRlES Red. box of 24 pis. $2 60
black, box of 24 pts., $3.uo.
LLACK liEHRIEri Case of 24 Qt. UM.
TURNIPS New, per dox.. 2Cc. ,
CARROTS New, per do., 20c
WaX BEANS Per w-bu. box, 75o; string
beans, per V-bu. box, 76u; bu. box wax or
POTAluES Home-grown, In sucks, per
bu., 35c; Colorado, per bu., 45c; new ppta
toes, per bu., 56c.
LEANS Navy, per bu.. $2 00. v
CAULIFLOWER Homo thrown, per crate
of I dox., rOc
CUCUMBERS Per dox.. 46c.
PEAS Kaw. i bu. box. $1.06.
TOMAT(ES Tennessee, per 4-basket
Bl-iNACH Per bu.. 60o.
CABBAGE Home grown, lu crates,
ONloNS New, per dox. bunches, 15c;
Bermudas, per crate of about 60 lb.. II 2a.
RADItillES Hot house or southern, per
LkCTT JCE Hot house, per dox., S5440c;
head lettuce, per dox.. 75a
BEETS New. per dos.. 30c.
CHEESU Swiss, ne. itc; Wisconsin
DricK, 14c; v uconsin llmuorger, 16c; twins,
)-,-, young Americas, IJjc.
N UTS Wain uta. No. 1 .oft hells, new
crop, per lb., 15c; hard shell,, per lb.. 14c;
No. soft shells, per lb. lie; No. 8 hard
shells, per lo., 12c; pecans, large, per lb.,
12c; small, per b.. luc; peanuts, per lb , 7c;
toasted peanut, per lb., 40; Chill walnuts,
per iu., iiauc, aimonas. son shell, per
iu.. a.ui naru siieu. Ler 10.. lac: snaiitiuru
hickory nuts, per bu., $1.75; Prge hickory
nuts, per bu., $1.50.
1 green. 80: No. i arrenn.
ic; no. 1 sanea. He; No. Z salted. 80;
No. 1 veal calf. 10c; No. $ veal calf. $c; dry
salted, "i'.t:. sheep pelts. 26cj$..0; horse
IX1NDON, July 15. WOOL The arrivals
01 wool lor tne nrtn series or auction sales
amount t i 1 343 Imles. Including 6.&-0 tales
lornaroeii 10 spinners. 1 lie Imports thli
vvet k weie: New bouth Wales, ls2 bales
'Queensland. 14 bales; Victoria. 2j0 iiales
viutli Autralia, 61 bales: Nw z,.aiund
5.900 bales: Cape of tlood H: ir,e 11 n. I N.' ( .. I
M hal"i; S.ngapore. 1,1(3 bales; the cuntl-
iirui. to. imii-a, ciewnete. z.5 hales
ST IXJllS. Mo.. July Ik-WOOL-Steady;
me.iium grades, combing and
clothing oilc; light hue, ilmlliii. heavy
Una t.u'nn: tul av.ah.4.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARIET
Wbttt Oaioi EnVstiptiglly, but Drops
Off at the Close.
LOWER PRICES MONDAY PREDICTED
Reerlpts la tooth-nest Will Bo Larger
Various Factors Combine to
$loost torn Condtlon
ot Hnssla'a Mop,
OMAHA. July 15, 1905.
Wheat closed tan better than vesterdav.
Am, our began buying largely and the pi Ice
weni up to iio lor July anu S4c lor rp
tember. A lot of Selling lollowed and It
waa tiiuugut tnat Arinour had turned seller.
A drop oi about Ho from the high point
was sustained. July closed at 66 w', Sep
tember at Mc ami December at K4iO.
With larae estimated recelnts at Kansaa
City and bt. Louis, a big break In prices
is predicted for Monday. Eight cars of new
m neai were received at umaiia loaay,
weighing oi1 tu 63 lbs.
mrn was op, on higher caDies, petter ex
port demand and lower ejuiiuatrd recctpta.
July closed at ui-Sc. old July at 67o, Hep-
lenioer at Mc, old Scptcinlicr at to'-aubj.ac,
December at 477aO and old Deceinuer at
oats finished with July at 82c, rV-ptem-ber
at 30(u3o4.o and December at 30-ao.
Mllinearoils wlieat turka decrenaed do 000
buahols for the week and Duluth stocks
Soo.ooo bushels. Australian shipments for
the week were 176,000 bushels, week before
440.000 bushels and last rear 272.000 bushels.
jiroomiiau gives the Russian seml-olllolal
prop report to July 1. saying winter wheat
la above tho average, spring wheat will
ieia ine average, oats and barley over tha
average and rye under the average. The
world's shipments of wheat for the week
are IMCO.flno btinllels. Predictens are for a
moucrate decrenae or supplies on passage,
Toledo wires that the largest winter wheat
mill In the world has bought only two
Cars Of Wheat on this cron 11 ahonlil lmv
200 to S00 cars on the road. Rains have de-
i-remnent Valentine of the Armour Drain
company at Chicago said todav: "If the
present crop prospects hold good through
the spring wheat harvest this country will
nave jwj.tuo nusheis more wheat than
last year. As F.urope did well without our
wheat last year, there Is apparently no
rennon why It cannot do so again. The
question that Is now up for consideration
of the trade Is, what la to be dono with
v neat closed unchanged at Liverpool and
corn was Ud higher. Conflicting crdp re
ports came from Russia. Corn at Liverpool
Is firm ln the holders' hands.
The Chicago news letter from Frailer to
Sunderland ft Updike this mornina- said:
"The Kansas fnrmer aeema wllllnar tn bmII
Ms wheat and Is rushing It to the market
at such a rate that It looks as If prices
would have to go lower. Cables on oorn
are Hd higher and the stocks abroad are
light They will have to continue to take
our corn, and with light receipts here we
can t expect any lower prices. Oats mar
work a little lower, but H.m'i ..
sell them short."
Omaha Cash galea.
WHMAT New No. 2 hard. 2 cars. RlUc!
new No. 2 hard, 1 car, Hc.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 1 hard, 88Tr91c; new No. I
hard, Mc; No. 8 hard. fXu87o; No. 4 hard,
63tjj7c; No. i spring, 70c
CORN NO i. OfVje; i0. , bio; NO. , doc:
no grade, 46a4So; No. 2 yellow, 62e; No. $
yellow, 514c; No. 2 white, 53c; No. 1 white
OATS No. 8 mixed, 30c; no. 8 mixed.
29.c: No. 4 mixed. 2KV4ii-'9c: No. 1 white.
SI Vic; No. 8 white, 8iyc; No. 4 white, SOc;
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
St. Louis ....
Mlnnrapolls tiraln Msrkt-t.
The ranea of nrlces naid ln Minneapolis.
as reported by the Ed wards-Wood com
pany, liu-lii tioara oi iraae ouuuing, was;
Article. Opea Hlgh.l Low. Close.l Yes y.
July... 1 04HI
Sept... fWViffl V
WEATHER IM THE GRAIN BELT
Continues Warm In Central Valleys-
Cooler Near Lakes.
OMAHA, July 15, 1906.
The weather continues warm In the cen
tral vnllevs and will probably continue
warm tonight and Sunday. It Is slightly
cooler ln the lake region and eastern
The weather is generally fair ln the mid
dle MiHHlHslppI and Missouri valleys and
west, and no precipitation worthy ot men
tion has occurred In Nebraska since the
lcs: report. Heavy rains are reported at
v.ilnts 111 Nortn miKoia, a ran or .u
nches being recordod at Devil's Irfike.
Omaha record of temperature and precipi
tation compated with the corresponding day
of the last three years:
1906. 1904. 1903. 1903.
Minimum temperature.... 74 66 68 7$
frecipitation ou .00 .oz .00
Normal temporuluro for today, 77 degrees.
Deficiency ln precipitation since March L
Deficiency corresponding period In 1904.
Deficiency corresponding period in 1901.
OMAHA DISTRICT REPORTS.
Or. Inland, Neb.
Hartlngton. Neb. 66
Sioux city, la.
Storm Lake, la.. 88
jh .a T- . b.i.
Stations. Max. Mln. Inohe.
lies Moines. Ia...
Kansas City, Mo.
St, Louis, Mo....
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.-'
Liverpool Clralu Market.
LIVERPOOL, July IS. WHKAT Spot,
nominal; futures, steadv; July, nominal;
Septemher. f.s Sd; December, 6s 7'd.
CORN Spot, steady; American, mlxad, 6
2d; futures, quiet; July, nominal; Septem
ber, 4s lO'.d.
fUaii Office: Fllfh gad Robert Strs?$
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