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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1905)
TITE OMATTA DAILY TTX: SUNDAY. JULY 30,
CONDITION OF OMAHA'STRADE
1"4: New Y'orV full rrfam, fair to good,
l"W"4c; domestic Swiss, ll14c.
k -m. liis prnaperou".
V tfihrnUKh the year.
lcn harvested, o
.nineit for the Week Ealiif&ctorr to
OUNTRY DEALERS AFTER FALL GOODS
ther Ar Pleased with Crop inavar
tad Coffee Ar Articles of la.
terest to Grocers Cot
toa Hold llro(.
Trade continues with Omaha Jobbers an It
lias all the time thus far this year, earli
week's bualneas being larger than for tha
Ltne period of last year. Country mer-
unta in town lor rail goods aay that
in n-niiin mnniuim win connnim
A good wheat crop has
on which good prices are
offered, and tae outlook for corn la fine.
Hugar holds tha center of the stag with
tho wholesale, grocers. Coffee Is also at
tracting considerable attention. With the
' tlry goods people the main featups la tha
rifKri fx-lce of cotton, and such a scarcity
of goods that it is hard to insure prompt
deliveries. Hardware and leather are quiet.
In hardware circles, It I said that an ad
vance In pig tin probably will make tin
good higher at retail this fall.
Omaha shoe manufacturers are lamenting
the price they have to pay for leather.
Hole leather is exactly GO per cent higher
than it was last year. Local hounes are
In the midst of their fall shipments nml
111 not be through shipping for six weeks.
The traveling salesmen are all on their
vacations. They will resume work about
the middle of August for a short trip, and
will then take another reft until time
to start the campaign for winter goods.
Sonar is I nchanged.
For a wonder, sugar has remained un
changed In price through the week, though
Jobbers expect a change at any minute.
There was u rnte cut last week from the.
seaboard to Missouri river points, and It
is probable that the cut will be extended
to iioiivts west of the river. The freight
rate war between the Atlantic terminals
and the gulf roads has had a demoralizing
effect on the market. Blocks are low and
the .jobbers are afraid to buy any large
quantity of sugar, thinking It possible that
prices may sink lower.
Itoasled coffees are up 4 cnt. and all
coffees are strong. Sevens are 4 cents a
pound now and firm at that figure. The
crop movement so far at Klo and Bantos
has been comparatively small. The Hrnill
markets are steady and a few firm offers
are bring made on too high a basis to at
In cheese the tone Is very strong on fnncy
grades and firm on other grades. Iicalera
are taking so many large sizes for storage
purposes that supplies in first hands have
lecn greatly reduced. Heated stock Is
causing some complaint and prices for such
are merely the result of negotiation.
Ran of Salmon Ileal na..
The run of sockeye salmon, twenty-five
CHICARO GIIAI1 AMI THOVIMOSS
Featares of the Trad In a; and Clla
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July 29 Alleged lack of dam
age by runt caused weakness In the wheat
market here today. At the close September
delivery was off c , Corn Is up 4c Oats
are down 4C l'rovlslons are practically
Weakness In the wheat market developed
during the lust half of the day. Early In
the s.sslon the market was quite firm on a
fnlr demand froiTl commission houses. At
the opening Peptembervwns 4o higher to
So lower at &uV- With only light of
ferings the price gradually advanced to
8;4c Numerous repot ts from the north
wist telling of the condition of the spring
sown crop were received, but these advices
were very conflicting. One of the reports,
however, attracted special attention and
was the chief causa of heavy liquidation
late In the session. This report was from
a Chicago expert, who Is Inspecting the
wheot llelds of North Pnkot.i. "Scarcely
a trace of black rust end but a moderate i
amount of leaf rust ' wns the substance of
a dispatch from this authority. Reports of
continued heavy primnry receipts helped
to dislodge large quantities of long wheat.
Total arrivals for the week were over 7,io.
bushels, compared with 4.500,000 bushels
the corresponding week last year. The
market became ex'.remelv wcik during the
Inst hour. rVptemtier declining to MSc. The
close was practically at the lowest point of
the day, tHial quotations on Pcptemlier
being at S44c. Clearances of wheat and
flour were equal to 22,5i4) bushels. I'rlmary
receipts were 1.0K4.0I bushels, compared
with 074.111 bushels a year ago. Minne
apolis. Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of Mil cars, against 214 cars last week
anil 22 cars a year ago. )
Corn, notwithstanding the b.eak In wheat
Price, behl remarkably steady. I'rominent
nulls were active purchasers of corn during
the greater part of the session. Pit traders
also were inclined to favor the bull side.
The market closed firm. September opened
4c higher to 4c lower at MSo to t24 sold
up to &ic and closed at 52 V. Local re
ceipts were 2S8 cars, with Ho of contract
A depressing effect on the oats market re
sulted from the weakness of wheat. In
creasing receipts of new oats were an addi
tional bearish factor. Furthermore, the
grading showed some Improvement. The
market closed at the lowest point of the
day. September opened unchanged at 2Hc,
sold between 'Sic and 2V and closed at
27v. c. Local receipts were 319 cars.
Provisions were steady on fair support
from packers. The spread of yellow fever
In the south was a weakening Influence. At
the close September pork was up 24c at
813.174- Lard and ribs were each off 24c at
$7.25 and tlM, respectively.
Estimated receipts for " Monday : Wheat,
32"! cars; corn, 267 cars; oats, 37Ucars; hogs,
34, "in head.
The leading futures ranged aa Tollows:
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
BeTiTt.1 of BpeculatiTt Interest of Friday
it fully Maintained.
VOLUME OF 6USINESS IS GOOD
Market Shows to Limited Extent
Desire to Take Profits
In a Few of the
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close.l Tes'y.
days overdue, haa begun on l'uget sound.
l he nan have appeared In the straits or
jca In large numbers. It Is considered
lomewhat uncertain whether the appear
ance of the fish Is a "spurt" or the advance
guard of the great body of salmon. On this
uccount news from the straits will be anx-
X loiiBly awaited. It Is believed that this late
uppearance of 'he run will operate against
a pack of 800 cases. Some even estimate
that not I 'ore than 200.000 cases will be the
pack this season, thla estimate being based
on the capacity of the canneries during the
curtailed period of operation. Allowing
two weeks before the present run can reach
the traps In the sound. It will be August 10
before the pack can begin In earnest. As
the duration of the run Is problematical,
the uncertainty Is a considerable factor to
be reckoned with. Thus far the news has
L had no effect on prices. There Is a. heavy
I demand for salmon, especially Red Alaska.
" Tim demand Is good for all kinds of fish,
but especially for family whlteflsh,- though
there has been no change In prices. The
catch so far has been only about 60 per
cent of what it was last year. Much higher
prices prevail In Holland herring than last
year. The catch this season Is short and
no IIhIi will be offered until about the mid
dle or September. The old stock Is Just
about denned up. Telegrams from Glou
cester report a free arrival there and at
lioston of fresh mackerel. Salt mackerel Is
steady. Norway 3's are a little firmer and
there Is a fair demand for the Halifax fish.
Codfish la firm.
Drawn Cans Innatlsfactory.
The sardine trade Is very active. The
trade generally is expressing disapproval
of ihe lightweight "drawn" cans, the full
weight sardine cans having- given satlsfac-y-.tlon
In all Instances. Tim Tow prices on
ttiese "drawn" cans have made such a
heavy sale that the company packing them
has been flooded with orders and haa been
forced to withdraw from the market.
Canned tomatoes have been gradually
marked up until now they are 16 cents
u ii j n above the lowest point. In Mary
laud there haa been very hot weather for
ten days' and the tomato, crop la suffering,
fanners anticipate an active market next
fall, with the foreknowledge of the lightest
buying of futures In many years. The new
packing season for tomatoes opened la
MaiUiiiore lam week In a quiet way. The
lutu advances In prices are well sustained.
Canned corn Is without material change.
The. demand for California canned goods
has been heavy, peaches particularly being
in great demand. A large number or pack
era have refused to accept orders for
peaches alone, and very few ure offered at
any price. The hot weather this year
caused a large pack or low grade goods.
Dried Frntts Active.
.Almost everything In the line of dried
trults for tail delivery bus been on tne
boom tor too last few weeks. Peaches
wcru tho first to interest buyers and under
a continuous einanil ana consequent ex
cltetm-nt, choice and standards advanced
14 cents a pound from opening Drices.
Apricots are up wiht peaches and very few
are ouereu ai ail. 1 no market can D rainy
iruresuiueu as 'X cents a pound above open
i ilk' puces, in outlusK tor prunes is not,
as encouraging as It was some time ago.
'1 no demand lias been heavy, and the mar
Let .has advanced 4 cent on bunta Clara
and u cents e Italians. Spot raisins are
In in und sio' are light. There has been
& inorgur oi ,ie growing and packing In
terests on me t'acinc coast and its uevel
opmunt la being watched closely. Spot
evaporated apples continue higher and the
udvuuco in tne lust ten days amounts to
Wil cents a pound. The advance In spot
lamina fur the same period has been nearly
The tancy goods trade has been unaually
neavy. bardines, rrencn peas and inuali
ruona have been lit good demand.
A steady and quiet market prevails In rice
.lid the trade Is on a hand to mouth basis.
alapuus are In good request. Tiie growing
crops In Texas and Louisiana are doing
Movement of Dry Goods
House trado with the Omaha dry goods
joiihera lius begun in earnest, Tills, taken
with the udvance order busdncH, Is making
all houses busy The distribution extends
to all departments. Sales of underwear
blankets. Hosiery, dress goods and all Sea
Mumble lines have been larger than ut any
Uiutt heretofore. Collections have been
Cotton goods continue to hold strong
The sxpocted udvance on American prinik
has nut been made yet, but If an advance
In blues Is not made soon, many people will
be mistaken. They are held at the lowest
price lu live years. All the cotton goods
re marked up and the raw cotton aUil
holds at about 11 cents. lilcached and
brown' goods are scarce. In working the
level of cotton goods to Its present height
mills have been uanikted by the enormous
demand that bus come from export quar
teie Had it not been for the steady and
profitable work that Hie mills had in coarse
cotillon goods, it is admitted that puces
could not Have been put up, or having been
momentarily advanced, th. y could nut have
been maintained. As It Is now, mills assert
that prices will not go down below today's
levnl for several months at least. The
question of delivery Is becoming more
serious than that of the price, as the manu
facturers are so rushed that they are slow
lu galling the goods to the Jobbers.
Sltaatloa la Hardware.
Hardware trade In this section is lust
a Utile, quiet at this time, as many sales
men are on the road taking tnelr annual
vacations and recuperating for the. fall
caiunaign. However, there are a largo
nui.il.rr of oi dors coming in by mall for
shipment by freight auJ express.
There Is a loud call Just it present for
harvesting tools. The trade thla year on
sin-1 goods, scythes, etc.. has been quite
autlMfaclory as regards quantity, but the
margin of profit has been very smull to
buna boards, elbows, coal hods, sheet
iron, meat choppers and stun oik, buck
cross-cut saws, lanterns and axes
tliul acre sold early are now going forwari
t cimtonieik, as they like to get them In
l;i!t the weather lb dry, so they will be
sure of their not being damaged In tranmt.
Jvihuere are looking forward to a lars
trade tho balance of the summer and fall.
13 1W 13 12H 13 17V
7 25 7 2S 7 25
7 32 7 32H 7 82H
7 95 7 924 7 SK
8 024 8 00 8 01' 4
NEW YORK, July 29. Testerday's re
vival of speculative animation on the Stock
exchange was fully maintained, although
there was a good volume of business and
some striking gains were recorded. The
market showed the effect to some extent
of tho desire to tnke pnitHs on the week's
gains and the principal active stocks wcru
not incnnea to advance witn vigor. 1 no
news of the day was not Important and
was of no apparent effect upon the prices.
The net result of the week's operations
on the surplus reserves of the banks was
small, but this was due to the offsetting
effect of some large changes In Individual
The $11.4)0.700 expansion In loans wa
attributed largely to the taking over of
loans by the banks from the trust com
panies, an operation that nlways develops
when the call loan rate offers no greater
profit than the rate paid by banks to
trust companies on their deposits. It la
surmised, also, that the stirring of specu
lative Interest In the Block market baa
resulted In some Increase of borrowing for
that account. The gain In cash of fc,942,
"00 was much larger than expected and
operated to conserve tho margin of the
surplus. Weekly reports of the mercan
tile agencies helped to foster the cheerful
feeling over the business outlook which
bns grown up In Wall street. A feature
of the day was the new record price for
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western at 41',
accompanied by rumors of another Intended
extra dividend on that stock. The Irregu
lar tone of the market continued up to the
Bunds were steady. Total sales, par
value, f 1,600,000.
The quotationa on the New York Stock
exchange ranged as followa:
allghtly easier, though Japanese were fairly
supported. Japanese Imperial 6s of 14
were quoted at 104.
PARIS. July 23 -The Bourse today wss
firm throughout. Russian Imperial 4s were
quoted at 88.44 and Russian bonds of 1904
PKKL1N. July 29 The general tendency
of the Bourse today was firm.
Urn York Money Market.
NEW YORK. July 29. MONET-On call,
nominal; no loans; time loans, easy; sixty
days, 2'iS per cent: ninety days, 8 per
cent: six montns, per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weak, with
actual business In bankers' bills at 14 M4i,f
M for demand and at $l.M70"h4 4S for
slxtv-day bills; posted rates, I4.S64 and
4 874: commercial bills. $4 844.
SILVER Har, (Wc; Mexican dollars. 454c
R11NDS Uovernn-.ent and railroads
Closing quotations nn bonds were:
No. 2, tOld. tNew.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FIjOI'R Steadv: winter nn tents 14 WWSI
4.30: StralchtS 14 mfflM in- anHnu mXnli
K8ftig6.40; straights, $.1.604.85; bakers, 12.40
WHEAT No. 2 snrlns-. 11.04ffM.1ft: Nn.
SSciitl.oS; No. 2 red. MV11 87c.
CORN No. t, to1fbbc; No. 2 yellow, 5M4
OATS No. I. 29H29Vic: No. I white, new.
SOc: No. 8 white, 284a30c
it 1 r; io. z. 66c.
BARLEY Good feedlns-. SCBaSc: fair to
choice malting, 4154!c.
BKrJiis No. 1 nax, 81.51; No. 1 northwest
ern, 1.S9: prime timothy, $3.20; clover, con
tract grade, ilz. 75ft 13.00.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, tier bhl.. n OBrffl
13.10. Lard. Per 100 lbs.. t7.12U37.18. Short
ribs sides (loose), t7.KMf"7.9u. Short clear
aides (boxed), $7.874S.00.
Tne receipts and shipments of flour and
grain were as followa:
Flour, bbla 14.100 is 7nii
Wheat, bu 272,500 39.800
Corn, bu 251,200 253.200
Oats, bu 876.500 149.100
Rye. bu 1 IS fmo
Barley, bu 16,500 900
On the Produce exchange tndav the hot
ter market was firm; creameries, 17(S24c;
dairies, 16rilf4o. Eggs, firm, at mark,
cases Included, 13154c; firsts, l7o; prime
firsts, 184c; extras, lu1, Cheese, steady,
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Philadelphia Prodaee Mark).
I'lIlL.tnELPHl A. July 29. BITTER
I'll 111, extra vv.i-l.iu creamery, lc; extra
Ii.hiIiv prints, i3c.
KUi'iS Firm; nearby fresh. l'4c, loss
off. nearby fresh. 17l,o at mark ; 'western
freih. li'olsc ai mui k
CHEEnli rlriu: New York full cream,
fancy. He; New York full cream, coulee.
Condition of Trade and Quotations oa
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EGGS Receipts, fair: market steadv:
candled stock. 14c.
LIVE POI.'LTHY Hens 9Uc- rnnalm
6(j6c; turkeys. 12T5c; ducks, 8e; spring
aucks, ioe; spring chickens. 14ifl5o.
BUTTER Market firm; packing stocks,
144c; choice to fancy dairy, 17ivlSc; cream
ery, 2KJlc: prints, 22c.
SUQAR standard granulated. In barrels,
J5.fi6 per cwt. ; cubes, $ti.60 per cwt.; cut
loaf, lti.95 per cwt.j No. extra, C. 16.60 per
cwt.; No. 10 extra C, J6.3S per cwt.; No. 16
yellow. 16.30 per cwt.; XJOCX powdered,
$.9i) per cwt.
FRESH FISH Trout, c; halibut, 11c;
buffalo (dressed), 8c; pickerel (dressed), 8c;
white bass (dressed), Vic; sunflsh, c; perch
(scaled and dressed), 8c: pike, 10c; catfish,
16c; red snapper, loc; salmon, 16c; crappleH,
12c; eels, 16c; bullheads, 11c; black bass. 20c;
Manl'oba whltefish (dressed), 10c; Lake Su
perior whlteflsh (dressed), I2c; frog legs,
per dos., 36c; lobsters, green, 27o; boiled
lobsters. SOc; ahad roe, 46c: blueflah. 8c.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Hay Healers' association: Choice, 87; No.
1. 860; No. 2, $i; coarse, $6. These prices
are for hay of good color and Quality.
BRAN Per ton, $16.
ORANGES Valencia, all sixes, 84.756.00.
LEMONS Limonlera, extra fancy. 270
3O0 and i0 sizes, 1V410; fancy, 270, 300 and
8W sixes. $S.
DATE3 Per box of 30 1-lb. pkgs., 12;
Hallowe'en. In 'u-lb. boxes, per lb.. Bo.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton. l&Q
S5c; Imported Smyrna. 4-crown, 12c: 6
BANANAS Per medium-sized bunch. 11.75
2.26; jumbos, $2. SOU 3.00. -.!..
FRUITS AND MELONS.
PEARS Bart let t. per 60-lb. box, 22.76.
PLUMS California, per 4-basket crate,
PEACHES Texaa Elbertas. per 4-basket
cmie. i:.c; v-:iuiornia ireestones, per 25
lb. box. tl.
CANTALOUPES Texas, per crate, 23-
California, ier crate, ponies, 2.0uii2.60;
California, standards. $6.
WATERMELONS Alalwima Sweets, 2T,g
v" fkiti; cmieo. ic per ID.
ItASPDERRl US Red, box of 24 pts, 12
BLACKBERRIES Case of 24 qts., 21.759
WAX BRANS Per 4-bu. basket. 25lff.16c
string beans, per 4-bik box. :.yi.v
POTATOES New, per bu., ZoitfXic.
P. FANS Navy, per W, 12.
cauliflower Home-grown, per crate
01 1 on., vv.
CUCUMBERS-Per dox.. 25c.
TOMATOES Tennessee, per 4-basket
. Au-Aijis nome-grow n, in crates, per
ONIONS Home-grown, yellow, red and
white. e per IU
BEETS New. per bu.. 75c.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 15e; Wisconsin
brick, 14c; Wisconsin llmberger, 15c; Twins,
w-ic: loung Americas, lzifcc.
N L IS Walnuts, No. 1 soft .shells, new
crop, per lb.. Ido; hard shell, per lb.. 18c
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., 12c; No. 2 hard
sheila, per lb., Kc. Pecans, large, per lb
12c; k-null. per lb., 10c. Peanuts, per lb., 7c;
roasted, per lb.. Sc.. Chill walnuts, per lb.,
I!al34c. Almonds, soft shells, per id., 17c;
hard shells, per lb., 16c. Shellbark hickory
nuts, per bu., $1.75, large hickory nuts, per
HIlJES No. 1 green. 8c; No. 2 green, 7c
No. 1 salted, 9c; No. 2 salted, 8c; No. 1 vea
calf, luc: No. 2 veal calf. 9c: dry salted. 7i
14c; sheep p'lts, IVfiSl.CO; I-orke hdos, 21. jO
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 29-WHEAT-Spot,
nominal, futures, q'.iiet; July, nominal;
September is A.d: Iieceniber. 6s Td.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed, &s
2".J; futures, quiet; July, nominal; Sep
lumber. 4s Mid.
Am. Car A Foundry
Amer. Cotton OIL...
American Express ..
Amer. H. & L. pfd..
Amer. Linseed OIL.
Amer. locomotive ..
Amer. S. & Ref
Amer. Sugar Ref
Am. Tob. pfd. certlf
Anaconda Min. Co...
Atlantic Coast Line..
Baltimore & Ohio...
Brooklyn Rapid T...
Canadinn Pacific ....
Central of N. J
Chesapeake & Ohio..
Chicago & Alton....
Chicago Gt. Western
C. M. ft St. Paul....
Chicago T. T
C C, C. & St. Louis
Colo. Fuel and Iron.
Colo. A Southern....
do 1st pfd...
do 2d pfd
Consolidated Oas ...
Pela. & Hudson......
Pel. I. ft Western..
Denver ft R. G
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
General Electrlo ....
do pfd . .v,
K. C. Southern
Louis, ft Nashville..
Met. Btreet Railway
Mexican Central ....
Minn, ft St. Louis ..
M.. St. P. ft 8. S. M.
Mo., Kan. ft Texas..
N. R. R. of Hex.. Pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. Ont, ft W
Norfolk ft Western..
North American ....
Pitts., c. c. ft St. lj.
Pressed 8teel Car....
Pullman Pal. Car....
do 1st prd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co
St. L. ft 8. V. 2d pfd
St. L. Southwestern.
do pfd ....
Southern Pacific ....
Southern Railway ..
Tenn. Coal and Iron
Tol., St. U & West..
United States Exp..
U. 8. Rubber
U. 8. Steel
Wheeling ft L. E....
Central Leather ....
C. . ref. rn. ref.
t. s. .Vs. ri
Ao cnupott . . .0 . . .
t s. nw 4s, hi.
V. mo 4t. reg.
Am. ToUfi-o 4s, ctr. 1
do 4n. cirt
Atrhlenn tn. it
do kdj. 4
Atlantic 1 L. 4..
Hal. (Ihio 41
Central of Ua. h.
do lt trc
do Sd Inr
Dies. A Ohio 4Vt.
( hi go A A.
C, B. A q. n. 4.
L'., H. 1. a e. 4a.
do col. Si
cee. a si. L g 4s.. 101 vi so.
Chlragn Ttr 4a So.
.HUI Jaras . rtfa 1014
.1"V do id aerlra b
.Kuvi do 4'ia. rtfa !i
.104 U N. uni. 4a lla
.131 Manhattan c. ft. 4a.,.10l
.111 M, t. Vnlral 4a TT
14 I do lit Inc tt
.104 MIS, i St. b. 4a.... T4
M , K. A T. 4a 101
114 ' do tl Mvt
.104H N. B. R. of M. c. 4a. J
. 17 N. Y. c. g. m nt
.ltli K. ). '. g M 1M
.liS No. Pari.; 4a 1M
. iS. do la Tt
lio N. w. c. 4a 1MH
. K't l. 9. L. r(d. 4a MS
. ! Pcnn. rony 11 4 UH
P trading gn. 4i 10l
7;4 St. L. A I. M
.101H Pt. U A F. F.
. 11! St. U 3. W.
M1 .- T
Colorado Mid. 4a 744 Inn A P la
Colo. So. 4a Kta T., St. U A W. 4a.
Colo. Ind. Ra. set A.. 7t.a tnlon Pacific 4a....
do set B.
ruba fa, ctfa
P. A K. O. 4a
Mm lUcrt' Sec. in..
Erie prior Han 4a..
do gen. 4a.
r. W. A D. C. la.,
iiocklng Val. 4Vta..
74 f do coonv.
.101 V. S. stwl Id ta...
.101 Wabaah 11
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.1014 Weatrrn Md. 4a
. HH W. A L. E. 4a
,.U Wla. Tcntral 4....
-1 lov i da lat 4a ctfa
24.000 14o-v4 HOV,
8,100 65 554
PEORIA, July 2!. CORN Steady : No.
yellow, .'44c: No. J, MM, No. 4. jJ'mc: no
OATS Steady; No. I while. 4o; new
fc'c; No. 4 white. 2nc: new JIT 40.
WlUdKV-Ou the basis of 11.27.
800 1684 167
London Stork Market,
LONDON, July 29. Closing quotations on
Conaola, monaj ...
Baltimore A Ohio.
rhca. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W .
t' . M. A St. P.
Denvor A R. O.
do lat pfd
do 2d vfd
. " N. T. Central.
. Norfolk W..
. t do pfd
. I Ontario AW..
.100 4 PanneylTanla .
.111 Rand Mints ...
.... I74 do lu pfd...
1" do !d pfd...
...AM :Ro. Railway ..
.... 1V do pfd
.... ill Fo. Pacific ....
.... I'nlon Paclfla .
4vt: do pfd
87 I r. 8. Hlecl....
.... T7 de pfd
Loula. A Nnhvllle...H9V do pfd
M., K. A T :0 iSpanlah 4a ....
SILVER Bar, steady, 27 3-16d per ounce.
MONEY iwruj per cent.
Ihe late oi iiiscoui:' 111 1. e open market
for short bills is 1 11-16 per cent; for threo
nonins Dins, 1'per cent.
Clearing; House Averages
NEW YORK, July 29. The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this city for the week shows: Loans,
144,847,400; Increase, J8,4.so,7oo. Deposits,
199,744.900; Increase, $1:2,340,700. Circulation
118,804,600; decrease, $108,600. Legal tenders,
$90,411,600; Increase, f 1,302,600. Specie, $224,
830,700; Increase. $4,640,200. Reserve, $.(15.
24i20u; Increase, 15,942,700. Reserve re
quired, $i99.9;6.225; Incrense, $5,586,675. Sur
plus, $15,305,975; Increase, $.166,025. Ex-United
States deposits, l7,42V,200i Increase, $338,625,
OMAHA, July 9. Bank clearings for to
day were $1,436,363 41 ; for the corresponding
uuia laav ,wv,i.Hi.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
BeefSteeri Btrongfr for tha "Week, with
HOG TRADE ACTIVE, BUT PRICES LOWER
Sheep and I.amh Market Lower for
th Week oa Kl lera, hat AetlTe
ad Stronger oa All
Kinds ot Feeders.
Official Tuesday ..
Official Frldny ....
Official Saturday ..
SOUTH OMAHA, July 29. 1.
10.6 a 6.2-'7
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The follow-in loVil iiinxi tha receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
tne year to a ate, comparing witn las r.
iv I9(M. Inc.
Cattle 4.189 482.944 6.245
Hons 1.52H.626 1.467.391 71.KB
Sheep 837.130 740,6' 96.434
The follnwtnsr ihl shows the average
price of hogs ut South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
DfUe. I I&05. 104. 108. 11902. 1801. 100.1S99.
Total thla week
Total last week
Same week before
Same three weeks ago
Same four weeks ago.
Same week last year.
to choice spring lamba, $.or.c..V); good to
choice yearling wethers. -4 b 'u 4 7o ; good L
choice wethers. $4 a-n4 4"; good to cnoice
light ewes, $4.oom4.2&; good to choice heavy
ew es. $4 USi4.lL
quotations on feeder sheep and lambs:
Good feedirg lambs, $4 6cWi'r 2.".; gol feeding
learhngs, $4 4oy4lv; point feeding wethers,
$364.10; good feeding ewrs, $3.7Hi3-5o.
CHICAGO I.IVK STtHK MIHRKT
Cattle, Sheep and Lambs Steady Hogs
Fl to Tea Cents Lower.
CH1CAOO, Julv 29 CATTLE Receipts.
UO head; market steady; goixt to prlnie
steers, 8a.2Mi6.9u; poor to medium, $3 75
C5 10; stin kers and feeders. $2 fr-fe t.tt; rows,
8l.9ii64.35; heifers, $2HOjt45; canners. $1 2T
2. ; bulls. 8i.:-,i:l.9' ; calves, $3.tlr7.0";
I Texas fed steers. $4.1in 1.80.
IU KjS Receipts. Jt..i" lienii; estimnteu
Monday, .V..irti head; mnrkei efllOc lower;
ilile and butchers. e.oHi6.90; good to
choice heavv, $5.nH?i J.SNi; ruiiKh heavy, $j If-if
5 40; light, t5.tsrjti.v0i bulk of sales, o.6 -if
SHEEP AND LAMHS-Recelpts. 8.000
head: market steady; gootl to choice weth
ers. HSo.J'j.OO; fair to choice mixed. $.t.7Mf
4.25; western sheep, $3.505 0); native lambs,
$5.u0.k6; western lambs, $5.00i.S5.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
S 241 5 M B 551
a wV it1
a ais. 1
7 M 16 781 i 08!
I I 791 6 16,
I i 11
491 J 781
891 T Sl
a is; 1 am t
8 1(1 i 441 7 80 6 881 I IS
' 16 821 7
I III I an 1 ail K Mi
181 I 55' T 841 6 8i 4 2
I t 5-) 7 621 ft 741 i 01 8 .8
Ml M Ml M I M M
Kaaaai City Lire Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT. July 29 CATTLE-Re
ceipts, lo9 head; market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, $5. foil 5.6.1;
fair to good. $4.0tV4 90; western fed steers,
$3.7516 .25; stockers and feeders, $2.75"e4.2;
southern steers, $2.6o4i4 50; southern cows,
$2.itiS.50; native cows, $20o,i4 26; native
heifers. 83flOr,i00: bulls. $2.0nr3.50; cnlves,
$8.5oti5.7R. Receipts for the week, 42,800.
HOUO Kecelpts. S.OtiO henil: inarKPl
steady; top, $5.70; bulk. $0 ilOiJo 65; heavy,
$5.5065.65; packers, $5 0(fiXi.7H; pigs and
llahts. 8f.554i60. Receluts for the week.
SHEEP AND I.AMP.8 Receipts. 2.500
bead: market steadv: native lsmbs. ta.onri
8.16; western fed lambs. 85.oiWn4.15: ewes
and yearllncs. 84io76.25; Txa clipped year
lings, M.TRIifi 26; Texas clipped sheep, 4.""W
4.76; stockers and feeders, $3.50rif4.I5.
831 t 861 t 12 3 90
7 781 t 921 6 04 vi
7 771 5 9S 8 021 4 04
8 88 I B M 6 13
S 47Vii 8 131 6 101 7 721
f I'm, 8 11! ( 16! 7 76
I 8 18 8 83i 7 72
t 66 8191 7 72
8 uv?, t21 t 13 7 73
6 634i 8 18 I 7 66
S nv ' a, ell K "I I
I 611 I I0( ( 28 7 621
6 4541 6 (4!
4 KI 4 It
8 2 7 41
K 9-.1 1 tl
i 18! 7 4l! 8 69
8 06 7 53 6 74
7 62 6 68!
6 101 4 m; 6 58,
6 W 4 98 7 63!
S 10 6 03 1 7 47 6 47
New York Lire Stork Market.
NEW YORK. July REEVES Re
ceipts, 491 head, all consigned direct to
slnughterers; no trade In live cattle; mar
ket nominally steadv. Cables unchanged:
exnorts, 1,204 head cattlo and 8,474 quarters
CALVES Receipts. 7 head: market al
most nominal: feeling steady. Dressed,
firm; city, veals, S4j 1 1 ; extra, 12c; coun
lIOUS Receipts. 1,367 head. all Tor
slaughterers; nothing doing; market nom
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 8.200
head; market for sheep full and steady, for
lnmba firm to 10c higher; some sales 2c
hlaher. Closed oulet but steadv. all sold;
sheep. $3.(Vfi4.75; few choice, $4.85; lambs,
$7.26(8.10; one car, $8.25; oulls, $5.50.
ONLY SLIGHT LOSS AT WEEK'S END
September and Deeember Cora Ara
Stronac Oats a little Weak-
July W heat Corner oa
Indicates Sunday. "Indicates holiday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In yesterday by each road was:
C. M. A St. P. Ry 4
Mo. Pas. Ry 1
Union Pacific System 19 6
C. A N. W. Ry J
F., B. A M. V. Ry 29
C, St. P.. M. A O. Ry 6
B. A M. Ry 8
C, R. I. A P. Ry., east 4
C, R. I. A P. Ry.. west , 1
Chicago Great Western 2
Total receipts 92 5
The disposition of the day"s receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Buyers. Cattle, nogs, eneep.
St. lonla I. Its Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 29. -CATTLE Receipts,
30i) bead, all Texans; market steady; na
tive shipping and export steers. S4.ru.i. 10;
dressed beef and butcher Steers. $3.5o'ii6.00;
steers under l.floO lbs.. $3 5nff4.5n; stockers
and feeders, $2.75(f(4.00: cows and helfors,
$2.000.86: dinners, $1.2.")i&2.00; bulls. $2.7(.1f
3 50; cnlves. $2.6oy6.50; Texns and Indian
sters, 82.7544.76; cows and heifers, $2.0iiJ
3 50. y
HOGS Receipts, 8.000 head: market
lower: pigs and lights. $3.75fifj 9": packers.
S5 703&.80; butchers and best heavy, $5.70J
SHEEP AND LAMBS None on sale.
Omaha Packing Company..
Swift s Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Company
6wift A Co., from country..
Lelghton A Co
Independent Packing Co...
Totals $9,398,606.41 $5,772,871.10
Total sales for the day, 814,500 shares.
Boston Stocks and Bonds. y
BOSTON. July 29 -Call loans. 2fSZK per
rent; time loans, W3-i'i per cent. Official
quotations on stocks and Ponds
Atrhtaoa sal. 4a.... It Adrratura ,
00 4a 1044 Allosaa
Max. (.'antral 4a T6 Amalaamatad ..
Atchlion I7H "Aiitrun zino
do vli Atlantic
Roaton A Albany tK Dlnahara ,
Boaton A Main ..17 .C.I. A Hrrla...
Roatnn Etavatad ....1&7 ,Cntvnnlal
Kltrabura. pf4 144 It'oppar Ranaa
Mailraa Cinlral l-'t Hair Weal ,
N T.. N. H. A H 211 Doulnton Coal .
. Franklin ,
. isv lala Ro.al. ....
. to Maia. Mining ..
. H Mlt-hlaao
140 h onav
HSVtj Mont. C. A C...
T iut Old Dominion t
I. st'Oacaola 100
111.04 Parrot H
tl (iulnrr 107
171 SUaunoa 7Va
11Vt Tamarack 116
41 Trlallj , m
4 I nllrt Coppar 11 '
KM I . S. Mlulni
aat I'. S. Oil lftu
,! t'tah 4
Per Marquatta ,
Am. Aria. Chant
Am. ppl. Tuba ,
Amar. T. A
Amer. w'oolaa ...
Ediaon Elae. II...
Oaparal Electric .
U. Electric ...
I ultad Fruit
I'nltad tho Mach
V. . 8 leal
do pfd KM". Winona
Waatlnabouaa com.... 41 Wolvarlaa
KBW TORK GEXERAb MARKET
Quotations of tha Day oa Yarlons
NEW YORK, July 29.-FLOUR Receipts,
13,676 bbls.; exports, 4,806 bbls. Market
quiet, with a fairly steady undertone; win
ter patents, $4.76j5.00; Minnesota patents,
$5.60156.00; winter extras, $3.10ig'3.66; Minne
sota bakers, $3.75U4.16; winter low grades,
$3.0053.55. Rye flour, steady; fair to good,
$4.253 4. 60; choice to fancy, $4.6034.90.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and yel
low. $1.3u; choice, $l.likl 18; kUn dried, 83.06
RYE Quiet; No. 2 western, 76c asked,
c. 1. f.. New York.
BARLEY Nominal; feeding, 4SHo, c. I. f..
New York; malting. 46ji5:'o. c. I. f- Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 24,0oO bu. Spot market
steady; No. 2 red, nominal In elevator; No.
2, red, 9Jc, f. o. b., aiat; No. 1 northern
Duluth, 2114S. f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 north
ern Manitoba, nominal, f. o. b., afloat.
The wheat opening was lower on account of
eaRier cables and liquidation, but prompt
rallies followed on covering, due to north
west strength and bullish late foreign crop
news. The market closed firm at MiQHo
net advance; May, 92'd274)C. closing at Ko;
July, KiVa-SiiVkC, closing at 89Hc; Septem
ber, 89Vi904c, closing at WI4C; December,
fcltSlV-, closing at 9140.
CORN Receipts, 101,060 bu.j exports, 94,
849 bu. Spot market steady; No. X 61c in
elevator and 61c, f. o. b., afloat; No. 2
yellow, 61c; No. 2 while, 6114c Option mar
ket was quiet and weak In absence of sup
porting orders, closing Ho net lower; July
closed at 61Vc; September, 69ig69Vo, closing
OATS Receipts, 45.000 bu.; exports, 400
bu. Spot market oulet: mixed oats. 26 to
82 lbs., 84iT34toc; natural white, 30 to 82
lbs., 36'iT37VxCi clipped white, 36 to 40 lbs.,
HAY Steady; shipping, 60t365o; good to
HOPS Steady: state, common to choice.
1904 crop, 22rtf26c; 19US crop, I921e; olds, 10
fll2c; Pacific coast, 1904 crop, 22-525C; 1903
crop, 18'aJOc; olds, 10((il2o.
HIDES Steady; Galveston, 20 to 35 lbs.,
20c; California. 21 to 26 lbs., lie; Texaa dry,
24 to 80 lbs , 18o.
LEATHER Firm: Add. 24B2Cc.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family, $10.60
ffi12.00: mess. 29.601 in 00: beer hams. $:a.oi)
22.50; packet. $10.5011.00; city extra India
mess, $18.iV(fl9 00. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies, JH.STylO.b'i; pickled shoulders,
$5.5Oft.00; pickled hams, $10 60111.00. Lard
firm: western steamed. $7 10(87.40: refined,
steady; continent, $7.60; South America,
$8.0u; compound, lS.5oio5.75. Pork, firm;
family, $15 6Vil6 00; short clear, $13.00015.60;
rness, $13.75'fl 14.75.
TALLOW Steady: city ($2 per pkg),
ic; country (pkgs. free), 4H044o,
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra,
SU.if,W: Janan. nominal.
BUTTER 8teady; creameries, 16H20c;
EGGS Firm; at mark, cases Included,
pi if I. TRY Live, steadv: western chick
ens, 16c; fowls, 14c; turkeys, 14Vc. Dressed
quiet; western cnicgens, isyioc; iowib, ic
New York Mlalaar Storks.
NEW YORK. July 29 Closing quotations
on mining stocks Mere:
4-A i'TI.E Theie were no came reporiea
In this morning and consequently no mar
ket. The receipts for the week show a
iliht decrease as compared with last week
and were much heavier than the same week
last year, when the packing house iroumoa
made receipts very uncertain. The quality
of the offerings was very good.
The market tor the week ciosea in gooo
shape, the demand the latter part of the
week was good and prices ruled higher.
On the opening and earlier days of the
week conditions were rather unfavorable
and trading aloy. Packers claimed a poor
outlet for dressed beef and were poor
buyers. During the latter part of the week
the receipts consisted largely of corn-fed
cattle and grass stuff was scarce. For
this reason the market on range cattle was
a little stronger man tne ciose 01 last
week. The good dry-lot beeves and cnoice
grades of corn feds showed even a greater
advance than this and the market for the
week was strong to 10c higher. The
warmed tin and only partly fatted stuff
was In poor demand and was 104il5c lower
for the week.
The cow and heifer trade wns not quite
as satisfactory as was the steer market.
The Increased receipts of range cows had a
depressing effect on grass natives and
prices were lower, aooui kuioc wouiu
cover the loss on tnese kinds, witn the
market the first of the week slow. On the
good corn-fed cows and heifers, which
nave been getting scarc,e, prices held up
pretty well and the market was lust about
steady, but on the general run of stuff
prices were at the decline noted above.
Prices on bulls were off about as much
as on steers, with the exception of fee Vr
bulls, for which there was a good demand
at steady prices. Veal rslves and stags
showed little change and were just about
The supply of stockers and feeders was
fairly good and there was a good demand
all the week. Good heavy feeders were
lo20o higher for the week, with the light
and common grades ruling about steady.
HOGS Tlire was only a light run here,
about eighty-eight loads being on sale.
With such ),lght receipts buyers started In
early and, although prices ruled lower.
there was considerable activity to the
trade and a clearance was made In good
season. Buyers paid little attention to
weights or quality today and bunched the
sales. Early advices from eastern points
were discouraging and had a bear effect on
the market here. The hogs were picked up
right along at a oecnne or snout ze, the
bulk of the stuff selling at $5.47',fS.5Q. with
some hogs bringing $o.52H and tops reaching
$6.55. Tne mantel tor tne ween lias been
very satisfactory; the receipts were liberal
but prloea held up very well. A steady ad
vance was noted from Tuesday till Friday.
when prices dropped shout 7tye. but even
with this decline and the further decline
today the market Is about steady with the
close or last week. Representative sales
ft. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 29. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 35 head; market steady: natives, $3.i5
liiO.ju; rows and heil'ers, $1.5o44.60; stockers
and feeders, $2.75iij,4.15.
HOGS Receipts, 4,765 head; market weak
to 5c lower: light, $5.6.r7Y6.A5; medium and
heavy, $5.50iio.6O; bulk. ft.o2tiS.60.
bhlep AND LAMBS Receipts, z,vs
head; market steady.
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., July 29.-(Speclal Tele
gram. ) CATTLE Receipts, 150 head. Mar
ket unchanged: beeves, $3.6U5.V0; cows,
bulls and mixed. 82.5On4.fi0: stockers and
feeders, $i!. 763:3.76; calves and yearlings, $2.60
HOGS RecelDts. S.000 head. Marxet
steady, selling at $&.8Otf6.60; bulk of sales, J
Stock In Mailt.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
OMAHA. July 29, 1.
Wheat held up better than was expected,
considering that the day was Saturday,
that there were heavy receipts at Chicago,
Kansas City and St. Louis, and that Ilia
weather in the northwest was clear. Kan
sas city ami St. Louis reported 4M.000 bush
els, us against S.o,0ot bushels last year.
Chicago came to the front with 339.001) bush
els, i- ree receipts are expected next week
July closed at K5H0, September at 840 and
liec-iiiber at bjic. The average loss
September anl December corn were firrii
at a little better figures, but July eased erf
c. The condition of the growing crop Is
good nnd It Is said there will be no Increase
In receipts next week. July closed at 84o.
old July at 64c, September at 62c, Ieceiii
ber at 4fSc and old December at 47c.
Oats were a trifle easier, July finished at
K",c; September at li'.a and December at
Spot wheat and corn at Uverpool closed
quiet and unchanged from yesterday..
Wheat futures were ItlfVad lower and corn
was VI lower.
The Winnipeg market was excited wltn
out much trade yesterday. The July corner
la still on. Prices at one time were 813".
At another time It was quoted at 81.11 bid
and at the close $l.:t4, or a net advance of
4c for the day. October closed at 86"o, a
decline of lc.
The price at Liverpool today for Septem
ber wheat Is 97c. or 3c out of line with
Chicago. C. H. Hpen.-er of St. Louts sticka
to the belief that wheat will go to th
export basis. 'Deliveries at Chicago yea
terdav were 14S.cim bushels of wheat. 180,000
bushels of corn and 80,(4) bushels of oats.
Australian wheat shipments of Ihe week
were 2tfl,0iO bushels, as against 188,000 bush
els last week and 296,0co bushels last year.
Indian shipments are decreasing.
President K. 8. Wood worth of ths Minne
apolis Chamber of Commerce, said at Chi
cago yesterday that present Indications are
for a good crop of spring wheat In the
three northwestern alates. Colonel W. P.
Hayes, expert for a Chicago house, wired
fron Fergus Falls, Minn.: "Having In
spected the fields and heard the evidence
I decide there Is no black rust In the north
west. Crops are promising."
Omaha Cash Sales. K
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 62 lbs., 2 cars, 82e;
No. 2 hard. 1 car. sie: No. 8 hard, 1 car.
CORN No. 8, 1 car. 49c; No. 3. 1 car,
48c; No. 4, 1 car, 48V4C
oats No. s wime, 1 car, ro.
hlte, 1 car, 27c.
Omaha Cash Prices,
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 82rS24ic: No. 8
hard. 81c: No. 4 hard. 7ou"8c; No. 8 spring.
CORN No. 2. 49c; No. 3. 49c: No. 4. 4.c;
no grade, 4347c; No. 2 yellow, 49V4jC: No. 3,
ellow. 494c: No. Z white, boc: ISO. 3 wnite.
OATS No. 2 mixed. Z7HC: No. I mixed.
27c; No. 4 mixed. 26c; No. t white, 29ci
mo. a white. 29c: No. 4 white, tic: aiana-
Sioux City ...
Kansas City ..
St. Joseph ....
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 29 6.940 1.382
.. 150 3.010
.. 100 8,0o0 2,500
.. 35 4,768 2,508
.. 300 3,000
.. 600 16.000 3,000
..1.114 86.708 9.890
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
The range of prices paid In Kansas City
as reported by the Edwards-Wood company.
110-111 Board ot Trade building, was:
Artlcles.l Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Close.l YVy.
July... 79 79 79-H 79 804,
Sept... 76VrfV4 77 76 76 76H
Dec... 77VH 78 77 77 77
Sept... 4G', 45', 4GH 45 454
Dec... 387, 3 387,, joi 39
Kept... 26 27H 26T, 26vs 26T4
Sept... 13 05 13 07 18 01 13 06 13 07
SepT... 722 7 22 7 16 720 722
Sept... 7 90 1 90 7 87 7 87 7 90
KANSAS CITY. July 29 WHEAT-
Lower; July, 79Hc; September, 76Hc; De
cember. 77c; cash, No. 3 hard. 79n2e; No.
8. 78a81c; No. 4, 728,79Hc; No. 2 red. 824j3c;
NO. 1. 7Md8lc; NO, 4, Ib'U'iUC.
CO KIM Lower; July. 4K 4c: September.
46ac; December. 39Vic; May. 39 V; cash. No.
2 mixed. 4SHc349c; No. 3, 4Ho; No. 8 white.
BO'vUMc; No. 3, eoc.
OATS Lower; no. 2 wnue, uitc: iso.
HAY Steady, &03S.OO; cnoice prairie.
R x fj eteaoy, tc-rc
EGGS Steady: Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases included, 15c; case
count, 14c: cases returned, W less.
BUTTER Creamery. 15Vi18Hc: packing,
The receipts and shipments of grain fol
low: Receipts, Shipments.
... 49 600
brunawtcx Cop ..
Con. Cal. Vs..
Iron Bllvar .......
iad 11I1 Cos ....
ll.lttla Cbl.f ...
maU Ilopea ..
BO8TON. July 29 WOOL The Com
mercial Bulletin says of the wool
market: A heavy business, principally In
territorv wools, has been transacted this
week. Wool lias been rapidly sold and se
lections are becoming entailer. Prlcee are
hardening and steadily tending against buy
ers. The goods market haa quickly re
sponded to the high values of wool and all
1 manufacturers are elated over the strong
position In which their business Is estab
lished. The foreign markets continue very
strong. 1 he next series 01 tne London
auction sales are slated for Septemlier 19.
The shipments of wool from Boston to
date from December 29. 19i4, are 136.742.222
pounds, against 12u.822.333 pounds at ths
same time last year. Kncelpts to date are
im.MS 4J5 pounds, against 248.120,610 pounds
for the same period last year. .
LONIkj.M, July 29. WOOL The arrivals
of wool for the fifth series of auction sales
amount to 33,734 bales, Including 12.600 for-wardi-d
direct to spinners. The Imports
this week were: New South Wales. 2.156
bales; Queensland, 5.680 hales; Victoria. Hi
bales; New Zealand, 1,362 balea; Cape of
Good Hope and Natal, 684 balea; China, 460
bales; the continent, 166 bales.
6T. LOUIS. July 29 WOOL Steady ; me
dium giades. combing and clothing, 3?j
81c; light fine. 21Q-7c; heavy fine, lsfi2c;
tub waanea, sit tje.
LONDON, July Money and discounts
were moment a nly easier and the Slock ex
change had a 'generally cheerful tone today.
Some sections were particularly strong.
The attendance was smalt and business
light. Conaola showed an Improved con
dition and home rails were sustained by
hopes of good dividends. Americana openrl
firm, though uneven and were mostly over
parity, but Inactive. However, they maln
. allied a general cheerfulness, especially
la the case of grangers. Coalers closed
uulet. Canadians were advanced by the
I hopes of a good harvest. Foxelgners were
NEW YORK. July 29 COFFEE The
market for futures opened Heady at un
changed prices to an advance of 8 points
on scattered demand In the absence of Im
portant ofYi-rliies- Ihe close was steady
with June 6' points higher, but generally
unchanged to 5 points net lower; sales were
reported of 78.770 bags. Including September
at 8 85,7Sc: October, 7 loc; December. 7 ')
i7 40e; March. 7 5fl4i7.6oc; May, 7.Coi7.7uc.
tipot market steady; No. 7 Rio, 8Sc.
No. A. Sk. trr. No. a?. rix. Ft.
40 MO 140 I 17 H IV 141 lie I 40
4( Ill ... I 41 71 Ul M ISO
46 Ifi6 110 1 16 46 1147 40 t 40
(1 176 M HI 14 141 40 I 60
a 321 1!0 ( 4i 46 tii 40 60
tl Ml 10 I 46 14 lua IU 6 60
4 ill ... 4 4744 71 lit tie 160
4 Ill 140 1 47 4 : Il ... 160
44 140 40 I 47 166 SO I M
60 1 40 4 4i 47 147 llO I 60
67 I4 10 I 47 74 lat 130 6 60
40 lal 60 I 47 77 10 40 I 60
64 161 60 I 47 17 117 Ml 4 60
70 147 124 I 47 44 lit 160 8 60
11 Ill ... 6 47 66 it4 ... I 60
70 160 40 1 47 11 ...lal tt I 60
71 16T M 141 66 171 ... M
71 Ill lit 147 6 176 60 I 60
11 OT 140 4 47 70 tlT 10 I 60
70 Ut 60 ( 47 14 114 40 I 60
44 Ml ... 1 47 70 16 110 161
47 144 80 I 47 61) tui 40 4 62
60 Kit 160 I 60 11 lit 110 6 61
14 11 40 I 60 U 101 aO I 61
70 2(1 160 I 60 61 1.1 two 6 6k
17 Ill r0 I 60 II Ia4 to I 62
II tl 40 6 60 11 ill 110 t 62
It. 170 ... 1 60 76 lit 110 6 41
11 261 140 4 60 U lit 60 I H
11 Ill 40 6 60 16 1-0 lao I 61
II Ill 60 I 60 tl lat U 161
71 Ill 40 I 60 61 161 40 f 61
74 lot 44 I 60 tl 1M I 62
77 tJt 160 I 60 t u ... lu,
44 244 140 I 64 44 100 ... 6 66
tl 171 ... 160 M 161 ... 6 66
14 tii 120 I 60 17 lal ... 6t
17 1l 40 I 60 t0 !7 40 I 16
17 160 ... 164 It 166 60 I 64
10 Ill 40 4 64 tl li lw Iii
60 144 ... I 60 74 100 ... 4 61
60 i! ... 4 60 WW ... I 60
14 11 ... I 64
Cotton Market. I
NEW YORK. July 29 COTTON-Futures
closed steady; July, 10.75c; August, 10.74c
Septemtier. 10.85c; October, 11c; November,
llo4c; December, 11.09c; January, 11.13c
February. 11.16c: March. 11.20c: April. 11.22c
May. 11.25c. Spot closed oulet: middling
uplands, 11.10c; middling gulf. 11.36c ; sales.
LIVERPOOL. July 29 COTTON-Spot.
dull: prices 2 points lower to 2 points
higher; American middling fair, 6.43d; good
middling, 617d; middling, 6.03d; low mid
dling. 6 87d: good ordinary, 6.69d ;ordlnary
6.53d. The sales of the day were 8,000 bales,
of which 300 were for speculation and ex
port and Included 8,400 American. Re-
celots. 4.000 bales. Including 1.8U0 American.
: ... 1 1 r , , r" I u- , Kia 1 . . I 00 j'-. 1 't"T-. iV
Dull: sales, 460 bales: ordinary, 715-160
good ordinary, 9,o; low middling, loc
middling. l'lSc; good middling, 10 16-16c
middling fair, llc. Receipts, 2,040 bales
atock. 67.890 bales.
ST. LOUIS, July 29. COTTON Quiet
middling, bttlc. Sales. 172 bales: receipts,
none; shipments, buu paieo; siock, zo.izb
Mlaneaauills Crala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 29 -F LOUR-Fl rat
patents, tS.9fri4.A5; second patents, 85.75r
S nr.; first clears, t4.00ti4.10; second clears,
ty 6f'j2 78.
BRAN In bulk, 811 75-613 00.
SHEEP Tnere were oniy nve cars re
ported in this morning, four 01 winch were
consigned to a iacker, leaving only one
car on sale, not enough to make a tost of
the market. The receipts thla week were
nigral and it was due partly to this fact
that the market shows a big decline. Prices
flmaed steadily downward every dav until
Friday, when conditions were reversed and
the trade showed some strength. Vhure.
was but a poor demand for killers and
trading nearly every day was alow and
dull, with prlras lower. The decline
amounted to &ti4c,c as comptred to the
close of laat we.k, but sheep were higher
aa compared to the low day cf thla week.
Lamlia were off fully a quarter, but were
about that much higher as compared witn
the low day ot the week. There waa a
very good demand for feedera ail the week
and the aupply did not fill the requiremenia
of the trade. Pflcea on thla cl-is o( aiuff
were ateady to a little stronger. With
lighter receipts next week, which are
looked for on account of the decline, ehaep
n.en expert stronger prices.
Quotations oa tat sbeep and Iambs: Qnod
Oils and Roam.
NEW YORK. July 29. OILS Cottonseed,
ateady; prime crude, nominal; prime yel
low. wwatC. retroieum, quiet; rennea,
New York. 860; Philadelphia and Haiti
more, 3686; prime In bulk, 83.96. Turpon
tine, ateady at fnev!flWC
ROSIN Steady i atralned, common to
rood. 83 60.
TLOEDO, O., July 29. OIL North Lima,
86c; South Lima and Indiana, 81c.
SAVANNAH. Oa., July 29. OIL Turpen
tine, firm at 60Hc.
ROSIN Firm: A. B and C. 83 40: D. 83 46
E, 33.724; F, 83 84; M. i 87 V.; H, 83 9-';
I, l.6; K, 34 15; M. 8126; N. 84.49; WQ,
84.85: WW. 85 0.
OIL CITY. Pa. July 29 OILCredlt bat
antes, 81 27; certificates, no bid; shipments,
61) 168 bbla., average. 89.095 bbls. Runs.
642 bbls.; average. 6. '67 bbla. Shipments,
Lima. 6.027 bbla.; average, 66. CI bbls. Runs,
Lima, 6J.354 bbla.; average, 49,461 bbls.
agar and Mol
NEW YORK. July ?9 -SUOAR-Raw,
strong; fair refining. 3 7-16fy1e; centrifugal
m test, 4-3M4'c; molatses sugar, 3 8-li'.v
S4c: refined, quiet; No. (, 40c; No. 7. 4
No. 8. 4.45c; No. , 4 40c; No. 10, 4 35c; No,
11. 4 25c: No. 12. 4 2uc; No. 13. 4.15c; No.
4.0."; confection .-re. A. 5.05c; mould A, 6 55c
cutloaf, 6.9oc; crushed, 6 9i'c; powdered, 6 Sue
granulated. 5.20c; cubes 8 4c.
MOLASSES Firm; New Orleans, open
kettle, god to choice. 29 '135c.
NEW ORLEANS, Julv 29. SUGAR
Quiet: open kettle centrifugal, 4'i47,c
centrirugai wiutes, t lo-ioc; cnow, tu l;,c
MOLABSES Nominal: opep kettle, Uti
28c; centrirugai, mho.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
The range of prices paid In Minneapolis.
as reported by the Edwards-Wood coni
pany, 110-111 Board of Trade building, waai
Artlcles.l Open Hlgh.l Low. I Close.l Yes y.
St. Louis General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Julv 29. WHEAT Lower:
No. 2 red, cash, elevator, nominal; track,
86&S7; September, 8.144(S3Tli; December,
824-; No. 2 hard, 83ii89c.
cokim Easy: no. 2 cash, 6Z4; tracK, 034
fi54c; September, 604c; December, 42!c
OATS Lower: NO. 2 cash, nominal: track.
274''o28c; July 28c; September, 27c; No. 8
FLOUR Steady: red winter patents. 84.30
&4.60; extra fancy and straight, t3.oO&40o;
SEED Timothy, steady: spot. C. 40412-75:
new. 83 50.
CORNMEAL Steady, 82.70.
BRAN Steady: sacked, east track. 714
HAY-Stendy; timothy. 89.00ffll4.00; pral.
HA OOl NO 84c
HEMP TWINE 64c
PROVISIONS Pork. firmer: lobbing.
813 30. Lard, steady; prime steam, I'j.TJ.
'rv salt meats, steady; boxed, extra shorts,
7.874; clear ribs, is.374; short clears.
(8624. Bacon, steady; boxed, extra shorts,
88.614; clear ribs, V.Yl, short clear, 89 374.
POULTRY banv; nickens. 10c; springs.
124c; turkeys, 134c; ducks, 7y9c; geese,
u utter steady; creamery. io4raH4c:
Eaas Pteadyy 14c, case count.
Flour, bbls .0oO 11.000
Wheat, bu , 69,000 S0,iK)
Corn, bu 61.0O0 37.000
Oats, bu 160,000 88,000
NEW YORK. July 89.-METAL8 Busi
ness was quiet In all the metal markets
and no quotable change. Lake and elec
trolytic copper are quoted at 315 12447 15.474,
casting at J14.7Mrl5.0O. Tin Is rather un
settled owing to the recent, excitement
abroad, but Is quoted quiet at 832. 5Mi32.8S.
Ind remains at 84 sjkjm.70 and speller ai
5Mi6.60. Iron la about steady at reoent
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE July 29. WHEAT One
cent lower; No. 1 northern, 81-11; No. 3
northern, tl.06'j 1.084; September, 844c
BARLEY Weak: No. 2. 61c; sample. 4f3
CORN One-half cent lower: No. 8. MVa
efiUcj September, K..W.c bid.
RYE Two centa lower; NOyL 63c.
rtnlnth Grain Market.
DULUTH, July 19. WHEAT On track.
No. 1 northern. 81.084; No. 1 northern,
81.00; July, ti OttH; September, new, 844c;
September, old. 894
OATS On track. 284c; to arrive, Septem
ntn Olllca: Fifth and Rtktrti Straati
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