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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1905.
CRAB AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wek-End Profi! Tiirig LUkta Certali
WEAKNESS RUNS IHKOUGH THE LIST
World's fthlpaieala Lighter (or Mon
day 8ealoarsl. Ha Demand for
Oa .Cash Cora Baslne.s
Drat Friday for Wrrki.
OMAHA, Auk. 11, 190.
Tho wheat market was steady In the
early part of tlio snsslun. nr.enln- l 4iV.
ClVc for September and reaLhins the hlzu
i, oi i- uui later eased oil on
reaming oy longs. Closing figures were
l?'wJr. yettcrday's. September closed
i ktkiiW'Iic, December at Xlac and
Mil' Rl ('. j
Corn was about Vio lower than Friday.
1 P1'"1"'" closed at 03v,c. old September
nt b3Vc, December at 444c old Oocember
i wo ana May at 44c. '
. weio a iullo. weaker, Aftor opening
"i .iiuum i rainy i ngures. September
iinisnea nt 25c. ieccmber ttt 2(i,v0 and
may at Z8e.
Liverpool cloaed uncbsngrd to 4d higher
on wheat and d lower on corn, Ti:ro
wcr further report of famine In Russia
nun iaig or light worlds report Mond.ty.
jtronnibs.il (Blimnui the world a shipment
Monday nt 7.a,X0 bushels.
Aumtallan shipments of wheat fils week
w'ijt nusiieia, last Week Mrt.00 bush
els, ana last ar J04.000 bushels. Primary
w-heat reoclpta wer T.7.0uO bushels, anJ
Shipment US Ittl tu.h.l kgln,l rrli.t.
of t'j.,M, bushels last year and shipments
or V&.irAt bushels. Corn receipt were 4'Jti.uriO
bushel and shipment 4,2.o0 bushe.s.
against receipts fast vtnr of .TM.oni) bushels
and shipments of 837,00 bushel Shipments
"rlt ' pusnei ids than Saturday oi
mm neea. .
Recent rain In th "northwest have
changed the position of. seller of new
wheat, and instead of offering r twenty
days' shipment, tliry are now trying to seil
for September shipment, us they fear rains
may delay threshing.
The seaboard was after oats yesterday,
jtammore being; most active. There were
siuen or Z2S.0iit buShfM 'Whlto' clipped a.
t. nicago and the sun-board, sold IM.uuu bush
el Home of the. exporters at the seaboard
reported few bids obtainable and prices He
out of line.
RusIuosh In caah eorn yesterday at Chi
cago was the hrst lri several week a. 735.00
bushel"! selling for shipment and export,
nnd about 75 pet cent of It being for export.
The hedges were taken off In September,
one nousa buying 25.O0 bushela The sea
board late In the day confirmed S2.000
bushels sold at New ' York and exports,
Including: 200.000 bushels worked direct from
Chicago to Liverpool and Olasgow, for
August and September shipment. Chicago
also sold 40,000 bushels of corn f. o. b. gulf.
1 car. 2lo. - -
'-- Omsk Caaftv gales
WHEAT No 2 hard, I cars,
hard, t oars. 7fic. .
OATS No. 2 white. 1 car, 25c: no grade.
Onxafaa Cash Prlers.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 81c; No. S hard. 7te;
ISO. 4 hard, iiXfTEx-; No. I spring, soc.
lOKN-itn. L 5uci.No. 1 uVc: No. 4. 49c:
no grade, .4441 Ho: No. yaliow. 50Hc: No. 3
yellow. AWc: No. 2 whites. 50Aci No. t white,
OATB-J. 2 mixed. 24Ci No. t mixed.
23c; No. 4 mixed, ac;. Ho. white, 254c;
No. 3 white. 25c; No.. .1 white. 24 Vic; stan
dard. 25 Ho.
Whoal. Corn, Oats.
Chicago .'...........; 75 82S T 238
Kunsas City ............... 241 73 21
Minneapolis ,, , 91
Omaha , 22 (4 1
Duluth .' 15 ..V
Mlana?Ua Gralfc Market.
8uperlor quotations for Minneapolis de-
very. Ihe tang of prices as reported by
the Kd ward-Wood company. 110-ill Board
of Trade building, wag
Ue; September, old. t".c: September, new,
OATS To arrive. m track and Bp5cin-
CHICAGO ORAM AD Pit 0V1SIO5
Peatnrea of tbe Tradlag and Closing!
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. All IS rteartvhnes. Inspired
by good harvesting weather In the north
west, took. Dosseion of tha wheat market
here today. In cuiisequem-e optemter oi
chned Vc under tho previous close. Sep
tember corn is off He. Oats are down .
Provisions recorded losses of 2'kul"0.
The market for wheat save Indication
of strength at the start be. aii!e of higher
quotations from Liverpool and Paris, due.
It mas said, to talk of It'issian famine. 10-
r ether with failure of seasonable rains In
ndla t'nder the stiell of such news ths
September option here started a shade
lower to hlglier at H'(iHV nd a1"
vanred to 81c. The firm mood gradually
save way, hewevef, when ossurances begsn
to come In from the northwest that spring
wheat threshing had recommenred even in
the low lying districts of the Hed River
valley, while In other portions of Hie spring
wheat territory harvesting was In full
sv.cig under most favorable weatner con
UlUona. A reaction In prices followed.
sales of September being made as low as
ue. The break was accompanied by much
professional short selling ana oy liquida
tion on stop-loss orders The close showea
but a shade of Improvement ever me inv
est prices for the day septemoer was
easy at S0','8Wc. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to llfi,0"0 bu. Pri
mary receipts were 677,CO0 bu.. comparu
with 7S7,(J bu. a year ago. aninne..i.-.
IJuluth and Chicago reported receipts or
181 cars, against 30 cars last week and
ZM) cars a year ago.
A Ittle of the Drevlous nay a nnnn.
growing out of export demand, was mani
fest in the corn pit at rhe outset, but, con
tinued fine prospects for the coming oroo
later Inclined the trade to take a bearish
view of those futures that will be effected
by deliveries from the new grain. Some
early buying of an Influential character oy
two prominent cash houses sent the price
of September from BSVjC to 63H1ji3Sc at the
opening, up to Mc, but from that point
a gradual recession occurred until the close.
The final quotations for September ai
6SHe. 4c anoVe the lowest poini m "
session. Local receipts were 824 cars, with
lfiO cars of contract grade. ' .
In the market lor oais me iniiuni
a crmtlnusnce of heavy receipts and In
creasing stocks was onset to a
gree by improvement ln ' 7 VT
Tradlnir on the whole was light and with
out feature September gold down from
Kc, the opening price, to 2f.1c1 the final
quotation. Local receipts were 238 cars.
Previsions were easy, under the weight
of scattered local offerings. "r crt;
Ing for the packers aided In the recovery
of part of an early loss throughout the
list, but their support was Inadequate, and
final transactions netted small losses Sep
tember pork 1s off 10c at $14 I. La closed
re down at $7,674. Ribs are 24o lower at
Estimated receipts for Monday : Wheat
(2 cars: corn. 354 cars; oats, tt cars,
hogs so.oon head.
The leading futures ranged as follows.
81o; No. 8 Articles. Open. I Hlglt I Low. n -fo Wes'y.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
HOGS SELL AT A FlVE-CENT DECLINE
heep or l.arans on tale Today,
bat Market for the Week
A boat a Quarter Higher
SOtTH OMAHA. Aug
Official Tuesday ..
tittii ial Thuisday .
Official batuiduy .
Total this week.
Total last week...
Sam week before.
ame three weeks ao... 15.(4.1
Same four weeks ago... .18.268
Same week last year.... 15,110
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table show the receipt of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
no year to date, comparing wun iasi ye, .
1 1. a iyr.4 Inc.
Cattle 533.7S3 514.420 2S.S73
Hogs 1.883. 615 1.&A3.UH 7,tvsJ
Sheep i.250 U2.il
ii.e tollowing labi snows me viS
price of hogs at South Omana for the last
several days, wiifi , cuinparlaonst
Aug. 16 ..
Aug. 1 1 ... I
Article. Open. I High. I Low. Close. Tes'y.
Sept.. 88SI3'T4 ' 44 834 83H 834
Dec..; 824'iH ' 82H 81 tl 82
May... 8641 MS - 4'e 86 8&4
WRATHEn IH THE GRAIN BELT
- . '
Clear la Mlswonrl and Went Heavy
Rata at Lakes.
OMAHA. Aug. 19, 1905.
Clear Wreathsr.'prsvaUS throughout the
Missouri valley and west. Heavy rains
have fallen In the upper lake region and
showers were general throughout the Ohio,
Mississippi and lower Missouri valley and
continue In the lower Mississippi valley this
No decided change in temperature has
occurred In any section: It Is slightly lower
In Iowa, Nebraska and over the southern
slope, and slightly higher In the extreme
upper valleys and northwest.
Omaha record of temperature And precip
itation1, compared with the corresponding
day of the last three years:
1X06. 1104. 1808. 1M
Minimum temperature.... 65 tt . (4 $8
Precipitation 00 1.83 .00 . 00
Normal temperature tor today, 74 de
grees. Deficiency In precipitation slooe March 1.
Defl lenoy corresponding period In 1804,
Deficiency corresponding period In 1803,
OMAHA DISTRICT AVERAGES.
TeicB . Rain,
Stations. Max Mln. Inches. Sky.
No. 2. tOld. JNew.
S V. nnntatlnng West Aft FCW IO W B .
vTriVtifitendv: winter patents. $S.908f
i aa. -t 1 W a, 7 KF.fi J 4 111 IIinnK DBlCIUli
4.605.26; Btralffbt". $4,6544.75; Danera.
WHEAT NO. 8. KKawc rtv. . w
e . ...,. at ..JU. RK1Z. t
X?TM rV' Maak-OI fH tl- a TCUU"i ''v
OATfl-No.' 2. 25c: No. t white, 26VS274o;
No. 3 white, 26'w'S2fiHc.
RYE NO. Z. 0ic.
B A RLET Oood feeding.
choice malting, 43f47e.
SEED No. i nax, i.u; na. i nunnwv
ern, Il.lS; prime nmoiny, o.n, tmii
1 1 " R'"":l: . . t l , . ui.ns
PROVISIONS Mess pora. per om., ww
1415. 1-Ard, per uw iob.,
sides (Uiose), $8.6fi(,(f8.75; short
Recelots and shipments of flour and grain
were as ioiiows.
' KeceiPtS. DlllDfOeniw.
Flour, bhls 16.300 . S1.M
Wheat bu 107 900 11.300
Corn? bu 2.W) W7.80O
OatsV bu. 862.500 188.0CO
Rye, bu ; ""'
K.rlev. hu 80.TO0 f.9W
" I " - - . . - 1 .V V. . . .
On the fiymum exenanae luuay vow iu-
ter market was steady: creameries, 1745!Uc;
dairies. K'18c. Eggs, firm at mark, case
Included. 12164c. Cheese, firm, ll'8114o.
NEW YORK. QERERAl MARKET
87c; fair to
Or. Island. Neb.,
Carroll. Ia 81
Clatinda. Ia 78
Sibley, la 78
Sioux City. Ia...,
Storm Lake. Ia.. 78
Chicago. Ill 30
lies Moines, Ia...
Kansas Cty Mo.
8:. IaiuU.. Mo....
L. A. WELSH
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Gcmlai aaa Provisions.
KAN8AR CITT. Aug. 19-WHEAT-Sep-
tember, 7c: ueoemDer JitiidVi May.
Vc: cash. No. i ird. T8Wiu44c No. 8,
7Ctiii3c: No. t red. 80c; No. 8. KoTSc.
CORN September,- 47Tc; December. 88
J7,c; Mav, Ju4c; cash. No. 2 mixed,
UjotNe. No. 3 white. M4c: No. i. 504o.
CATS No. 8 white. 17c; No. $ mixed.
R L'TTER Steady: ereameiiea, 19c; dal
EtjGS Higher; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 3 white wood cases Included. 18c; case
count, ltio per tfof.; cases, returned. 4c per
- aox less.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, 3800650;
choice prairie, 0tu.2o.
ki V E Steady, ale.
Wheat, tu,:.....'. 273,100 1.0.0
Cora, bu 8.u lun.ixV
Oats, bu...... v.... KOis) 9,u0t
The range of prieeo nl4 In Kansas City
as reported by the t wards-Wood com
pany, uo-iil Board of Trade building, was:
Artcle7 Opn.THl4iB. Low. Close. Tss y.
Kept... 74S,ti ' fy
Das... 76 754
May... nw 774
Sept... ' 474 .48
May... f, X)
Sept... V . 5S
Stpt.. 14 0T4 14 10
Oct.... 14 li) 14 30
Bept... T 674 174
Oct.... T 'u ITS
Sept... I 8 66 810
Oct.... 675 t 80
78 T8 T44
To- i n nI
74 474 47r
ta i 3
S J5 . K
II 9? U r4 14 05
14 l . 14 074. 14 15
T 624 T G6 7 7"
IT:', T 75 7 77 4
8 65 I I 674 8 674
I 70-- $ 7 8 774
New. tOld. A asced. H bid.
PMIaaelakta Prodac Market.
PHi:aPELPlUA. Aug. 13 Bl'TTFJl
rr.chsareO; extra itern creamery, 214c:
M tiearb)- piintn.
riC'JS .'Irm; T'AJ by f-n-sh, loas off 2140:
i. -1 irrsu. ,v)3,i DHira, wesiorn tresn,
... -i-. nuik.
-fcw C'll.l-.',-:-iu-Mdy; Niw York full crear.v
fc f.it-v. !tBliH5". ,?holce. I'M:; fair to
of the . Day on Various
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. -Receipts, 4.593
hbis einorts. 6.497 bbl.'. sales. 1.&U0 Pkgs
market was quiet, but steady; winter pat
ent. $4 404i4.S5; winter straights, 84.1U04.36;
Minnesota patent, w.wmii.s); winirr extras
1.1 immM 45: Minnesota bakers. $3 60 a 4.16; win
ter losv grades, $2.9ii3.40. Rye flour, steady;
sales; bou boia.; lair 10 goou, luwui.i
choice to fancy, $4.8634.60.
COKNMKALe-nnii; nne wnue ana yel
low western, $1.30; coarse, $L16(tfl.l8; kiln
rye Bteaay; imo. i western, oj-c, o. 1. 1.
BAItUEX vuui leeaiag. sro, 0.1.1. uui-
WHEAT Receipt. .s,soo ou.; sales, 1,800,
000 bu. futures. Spot market firm; No.
red, 87o elevator and 844c f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern Duium, u.UHk r. o. D. afloat
No. 1 northern Manltooa, nominal afloat,
Optlona were generally firm all the fore
noon on better cauies man expectea, cov
ering of shorts and prospects for export
business. The close was Ua'rtO net higher.
Sales Included No. 2 red May, SS'.'Me,
closing at Juo; September, 86:tUs74kC. closed
t 8140; December, ksviMiV. closed at
, O XT T3.n.ln, TiM V... . .
bu.; sales. bD.uuo nu. bpot market nrm; No.
2, 62o elevator nd 6240 afloat; No. 2 yel
low, K'c; no. 1 wnm, nine option mar
ket closed at ov-sjc; Deoeniber closed
OATS Receipts, 114.000 bu.; exports. 1.510
bu. Spot market steady; mixed, 20 to 30
lbs.. :4j.wc; natural wnue, jo to 32 lbs
ll(Q32c; clipped white, 86 to 40 lbs., K'y,
m,c Options nominal.
FEED Quiet; spring bran. $16 75; Augus
shipments, middling. $17 25; August ship.
litems, uiiy, .io.uuw in w.
HAY Steady; shipping, 605c; good
HOPS Quiet: state, common to choice,
1M, lSfOJoc. "r'S. ivijuc; oias. Ial2c; I'a-
clflo coast. 1904, l!u24c; lu3, 17'flljc; olds.
IIIIEB Quiet; Galveston, 20 to 25 lbs
25c; California, 21 to 26 lbs., 19c; Texas
(dryl. tS to SO lbs.. 184c.
PROVISIONS Reef, steady; family, 311 50
iiiuu, iiieBu, ri iu i; oeer nams. x.l.o-tti
2200. packet, nn-jo'.l.uo; city, extra India
mess. w.uuijm. Lui meats, steady; pick
i-euics, h.liu.w; picKien srioulucis
W.o'Kftrou; pickled hams, Sll.fsv11 25. Lard
steady: western steamed. 37 SOfjjjl.20; re
fined, firm; continent. $8 25; South America
.,; rompnunn, s.r rt-(i.w. tork. nrm: fain
lly. $17 5o4i 1.00: short clear. $13 7u316 25
liir,B. I., ,.iJQ wO.
TAMiW-Steady; city. 440; country. 44
RICE Steady; domestic,
S4til-He: Japan, nominal.
Hl.'TTER Strong, receipts. 6.045; street
price, extra rreaiuery. 21c; official prices,
creamery, common to extra, 184j-'lc
CHEESE Quiet ; full creams, colored and
white fancy, loHc: full creams. fair to
choice, 9fil0,c; fu creams, large, colored
and white fancy. 104c.
EOU8 Strong: stato Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected, white 27 fa 8c -tits
Pennsylvania, choice. 254 2c; sta'te 'I'-nn-ylvanla.
mixed extra. 26c; wester-i se
lected extra, 22S2Se; western firsts, ua
JtU'LTHV-Alive, quiet: chickens. 14c;
fowls, 12o; turkeys. ic. Dressed, steady
western chickens, 13&15c; fowls. l!4c; tur
keys, 13$ 17c.
MllwaaJcee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 19 WHEAT -tower;
No. 1 northern. 8itC5$lir No 2
northern. tecifStl.Ol; September. SouaO.c bid
RYE-Steady; No. 1. 54c Vi-HV
uini-'-' BteiLUy; ocDtember i, .
, 19. 1.
Cattie. Hogs. Bheep.
. 6 4il 4.0H 4.44
. 7!t'3 11.101 7.193
. 4. Ml 9,H 7.td8
. l.') 7.i-14 3.8W
. 1.187 6.31 4 044
I 1.( l.OlO
44 699 27.591
Date. I 1806. 11904. 11903. 11802. 1901. 11800. 118S8.
6 8S 4 9; 4 87 7 411 I 66 1 6 16 4 19
6 724. 2 I 7 M I Ml J W 4 24
6 i 4 IM 4 99, I 6 7 81 6 loi 4 88
6 t4l ul 6 8 7 ) 1 W
6 7,, 6 tW 6 04, 7. 32 t 84 J 4 46
, it On 6 ut., . t; syi to
6 M ,
6 89 4
6 9341 4 ST.' 1
I 5 W
7 211 i tol I '4,
I 171 6 65, 6 l5 4 37
7 151 6 721 6 TO 4 82
6 19 6 74 6 00 4 28
i it 7 04 4 99 4 89
6 w 78 5 741 I 4 8s
0 15i 6 81 6 77 1 4 951
6 21 6 7J 5 73; 4 V7, 4
6 251 6 liS 5 ii' i '.'7 1 4 44
I 6 tin - .
6 20, 1 5 -, - --1 Ju
5 l.i 0 t)7 I 4 l 4 47
5 11, u -, a l I 60
to choice iaml s, f7 .OV77 n: gocd choice
jesrllnir trettl,. $.'..2.vtjj W: good to choice
old wethers, $i.ii5 3i; good to choice ewes,
Qnotstions on feeder sheep and lambs:
Good feeding lnmbs, 85 757i 6 no : good feeding
jesrllnprs, 14 TB'i'iS j'v; good feeding wethers.
$4:r1l4'; feeding rwes, $3.o"'o3 8); brewing
ew es. $4.0t''4 50. 4
tlllCAflO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle and Sheep Meidy, Hogs steady
to Five Cents I.ovrer.
CHICAGO. Aug. 1-CATTLE-Recelpts,
900 bead. Market steady; good to prime
to ers, f .1 5" ,j In ; p,ior to medium $4 y
6 !5; stockers and feeders. $J 25.(4 25; rows,
i2..'a'tj4 iv, heifer.. $2 Ibui.'S; rsnners. $1.25-3'
i !0: bulls, I2.CVJ3 6: calves. $3-fru7.tiu;
Texa.i f.vl steers, $34.75; western steers.
$3 5.1-. I 4 80.
HiKJ9 Ree,ts. ln.rno bead: estimated
Monday. 85. 00 head. Msrket steady to 5c
lower; mixed nnd butchers $5 8"' a5 : good
o"rholre heavy. $4 l'Vti6.8; rough heavy,
$5 75-..I.1 X; light, 86 9-ni 36; bulk of ssles.
SHE8.P AND LAM BP Receipts. 6.00
head. Nf.trket stendv; good to choice wetli
its, $5 5)u6 75; fair to choice mixed, $4.5v;?
4 85: western sheep, $t.754i6.4); native lambs.
$5.50S(S.0u; western lambs, $15,004(7.75.
New York Lire Stock Market.
NEW YORK. "Aug BEEVES Re
ceipts, 80 had; no trading, niwrket feeling
firm; dressed beef, firm at 'a 9c per pou.id
for natives; Texas beef, slow at 4'a7n; ship
ment today, 1,4; cattle, and lo0 quarters of
CALVES Receipts, 64 head; veals, nomin
ally firm; buttermilks and grassers, steady;
western calves sold nt $:l5tt)5.50 per 100
lbs.; city dressed veals, firm at 8'q 124e per
pound; country dressed, steady st 8-i114c
SHEEP AND LAM 118 Receipts. 3.709
head; sheep, strong; lambs, SVv higher:
sheep, sold $.15ii5 5rt per 100 lbs.; culls,
$2.10'e'2.76; lambs. $7 00ii8874; culls I6.0iit
$'5.10, dressed mutton, firm at S'cilic. per
pound; dressed lambs, firm 8tl3c
HOGS Receipts, 1,162 head; none on alo;
The official number of cars of tock
brought In today by each road was:
Hog. Sh p. H ie.
C, M. & Bt. P 5
L'nlon Pacific system 24
A N. W. R 8
E. & M. V. It. R 45
St. P., M. 4 O. Ry 10
& M Ky 15
C. 11 & Q. Ry 4
R. 1. Je P. Ry.. east 3
C. R. 1. & P. Ry.. west 1
Chicago Ut. Western 6
Total receipts 120
The disposition of the day receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of tiead Indicated;
Omaha Packing Co....,
Swift and company ...
Cudahy Packing Co...,
Armour & Co
Swift and Co., country,
Kreyxpucklrig Co ,
Totals 7 8.S38 750
CATTLE There was not enough stuff
here today to make a fair t;st of the mar
ket. The receipts for the week were lib
eral, especially the first three days, and
bIhiw un im-erax over last week of about
184 cars and an Increase over the same week
laHt year of about 221 cars, western enure
were In heaviest supply, but natives were
wel lreoresented. Tne quality 01 the oner
Inas was fairly Brood.
The market for tne wee on oeei iw-ci.
closed very satisfactory on the good to
choice grades, but the trade on common
stuff was off all the week. There was a
fair showing of corn feds, some choice
stuff being offered. This is the time of
ho vear when rood natives are carce,
and on this account there was a good strong
demand for them all the weea. ine iirsi
three days conditions were against selling
Interests, the heavy runs affording buyers
an opportunity to pound the market ior a
big oecune. ine loss kji m.
amounted to 254j40c. and in somo cases
even a bigger decline than thl was noted.
A part of thl loss was irsmiim
last two market days of the week, which
put the trade In bettor shape.. Good na
tives for the week are steady to a little
stronger, while real toppy grosser are Just
about steady, but common grades of bottt
kinds of cattle are off fully a quarter.
Cows and neners, ooin grass ";
stuff, suffered from the lower tenaency 01
the trade that prevailed all the week. The
cows went down with the steer the first
three days, but unlike the steer tuff, did
not recover as quicgiy. iiauius
along all the week, only showing a little
... . . . . - J .. . . .. ami nrlii, fit the
life tne iasi iwu un.,
close are Just about 25c lower all around.
Bulls, veal calves and stags suffered
along with the other grades of cattle and
. Ua,., tnr the veek.
mv - - - - . a , -n m
The supply or iiocaers nnu -fairly
liberal this week and the market Is
1 .hune There was a good country
J. " 1 .11 . i-.. k althnueh orlces suf
fered on account of the heavy runs and
the depression noieu un uuro Bi-.v- w.
cattle. Good, heavy feeders, lor ine weea
are lust about steady, bui the light weights
and common kinds are 10fi2oc lower.
Kansas City Live stock Market.
KANSA8 CITY. Mo , Aug. 19 CATTLE
Receipts, 400 head. Including 2i southerns.
Market nominally steady: choice export
and dressed beet steers, l5.0iti6.6O; fair to
good. tt.755T5.O0; western steers. $3.6tKj4 76;
stockers and feeders. $2.5oJj4 15; southern
Steers, $J5O(4 00; southern cows, $1 76T3 00;
native cow s.. $1 76j4.tX; native heifers. $2.50
feOOO; bulls, $2.0JVaS25; calves. $3.50fi5.26
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head. Market
steady; top, $6174; bulk of sales, 8fi.0oij6.10;
heavy, $6.i)6tjti OA; packers, 86 ooitij.lS; pigs
ana iiKni, 1,'aij. 1 ,
SHEEP AND LAMES Receipts, 500
head. Market steady to strong; native
lambs, $S.76'(i26; western lambs $6.75a7.25;
fed ewes and yearlings. $4.6(VyS ,6; western
ewe and yearlings, $5,261(6.75; western
sheep, $4.2&0.26; stockers and feeders, $4.00
t. I.nnls I tve stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 19.-CATTLE Receipts.
850 head. Including 150 Texan. Market
steady: native shipping and export steers.
$4.6"ij5.30; dressed beef and butcher steers.
is. Mil .no; steers unaer 1.1""' 10s., ,-i.oif'(l
Stockers end feeders, $2.0ft6"-a4.00; cows ana
heifers, $2034.76; canners. 81.9i32 40; bulls,
$2 10Q2.15; calves, $3,0018.00;' Texas and In
dian steers, $2.003.70; cows and heifers,
$2 OOiTS 00.
HOUS Receipts, 1.200 head. Market slow:
pigs and lights. $6.15'nU.86; packers, $5 50
4.30; butchers and best heavy, $.0f86.30.
SflEEP AND LAMPS Receipts, 1,500
head. Market steady; native muttons, $4 55
f(4,70; lambs, $5.00Cu'l 50; cull and bucks,
t3.0ti1i4.25; stockers, $2.754.75; Texans, $2.26
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. 19 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 15 head; market steady; natives, $3.60
(r&.ou: cows ami neuers, i if; siocaers
and feeders, $2.75414.15.
HOGS Receipts. 2.915 head; market
steady; light, J6.o0Ti6.15; medium and heavy,
$5 9offi'10; bjilk of sales, $.0('io.ia
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1,457
head; market steady; lambs, $7.00.
freely today at second hands. IJnen im
porters r-port the receipt if heavy advance
ordeis for next spring but prices are un-
OMAHA WHUI.tSSALK MARKET.
fair; market steady;
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of IW stock at the sis principal
western marKets yesteran
Sioux City ...
Kansas city .
St. Joseph ....
Cattie. Hogs. Sheen.
9 7.000 l.OuO
.... 100 4.000
... 4(l 2.000 50O
.... 16 2.915 1,457
... 350 1.200 l.si.O
... 600 10,000 5.000
...1.474 27,115 8,467
HOGS There was a pretty good run here
B.,rriv. about 108 fresh loads being
on sale, together with about a doxen hold
overs. Dower repori nvm
put buyers In a bearish mood and they
were asking concessions. Heavy packing
hoss were pounded again today for the big
end of the decline. There woe no activity
to the trade, although the hog were picked
up right along and the big end of the re
ceipts were cleaned up by midday. The
market was slow In opening, sellers holding
off for better prices. The general market
a.s a big nlckle lower and In some cases
even a higher decline was noted. The bulk
of the hogs sold at I5.85a6.924- As the
morning advanced buyers became more
v!.-i.h and the closing trade was slow
fair to extra.
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NEW YORK. Aug. 19 WOOL-Domesttc
fleece. 3rifft.79c. '
BOSTON, Aug. 19.-WO0L The Boston
Commercial Hulletln has this to say of
the wool market: The market la generally
quiet, but some dealer report a fair busi
ness In a smaller way. The trade's prin
cipal activity Is the receiving and distribu
ting of new wools. Australian and South
American wools have not had an active
call, while fine 'pulled wools have sold
wherever shown. A little wsj contracting
In Idaho, Wyoming and Nevada, prices of
fered and the attitude of growers does not
at the present promise any general con
tracting. The foreign markets are ex
tremely strong and stocks are light. The
London wool auctions open September 19,
and the first important Australian sale will
be held at Adelaide on September 19.
The shipments of wool from Boston to
dale from December 29, 1904. eccording to
the same nutnority, are iii.su.i4i pounas,
against 134.618.951 pounds at the same time
last year. The receipts to date are 248,901,
104 pounds, against 293.477,942 pounds for
the same period last yeart
ST LOV18, Aug. 19. WOOLSteady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 2ia
81c; light fine. 217527c; heavy fine, 18322c;
LONDON, Aug. 19 WOOL The arrivals
of wool for the fifth series of auction sales
amount to 45,691 bales. Including 19,000 bnles
forwarded direct to spinners. The Imports
this week were: New South Wales. 161
bales; P.ombav. 1.077 bales; Victoria. 16
bales; New Zealand, 4.743 bales; Persia,
2,610 bales; River Plata. 6.000 bales.
St. Loals General Market.
BT. LOUIS, Aug. 19. WHEAT Lower;
No. I cash, elevator, 79c; track, 644fg54c;
September, 78c; December, SoQic; No. 2
CORN Ixiwer: No. 2 ensh, B2c; track, 53
534c; September, 5oHc; December. 414c.
OATS Steady ; No. cash, 254c; track.
204j j,c; September, 25c; December. 26c; No.
tl white. 2!"ifi30c.
F I AJl'R Steady; red winter patents, $123
thiiii, extra innoy and stiaighl, UuU4.15,
CORN MEAL Steady nt $2.11
HR AN Slow: sacked, east track, 67-611C.
SEEDS Tiniotny, steady; $22jB2.75;
HAY Unchanged; timothy, $6.00011.00;
IRON COTTON TIES 99c. -
PRO VISION 8 Pork lower; Jobbing, $14 16.
Lard Hteiiuv; prime steam, $7.30. Dry salt
meats steiirty; boxed extra shorts. $8.45;
clear rlns. 9.'X); chort clears, 9 2j. B.icon
steady: boxed extra shorts, $9,37 4; clear
rlbt. 1975; short clears, $10.00.
POt.'LTRY Firm; chickens. 9c: spring,
13c; turkeys. 114c; ducks. 7ro.'c; geese, 5Sc.
BUTTER--Steady; creamery, 16'(j214c;
dairy, 141 17c.
EGGS-Higher at 154c. case count.
8.0VO 14. IKK)
99.0 ) Ki.v)
29.UJ 47. IM)
Condition of Trs
candled stock. J6c.
LIVE Poi'LlHV-Hens. 94c; roosters,
6ikr, turkeys, l-VISc, ducks, 3c; spring
ducK. Fining cnlcsens. 13ul4c.
BITTER Market firm, tunning stock.
154c; choice to fancy dairy, 18-(il9c; cream
ery, 21 fl214o; prints, 214c
BL'UAK-otandari grui.i-iated. in barrels.
J5.f net cwt. ; cubes, 80 50 per cwt.; cut
loaf, t .96 per cwt.; No. 6 extra C, 85 69 per
it ; No. :. t xtra C. li 36 per cwt.; No. 11
e!o. tb.M per cwt, X powdere.-
$'! per C t.
FRESH KISlI-Trout. He; halibut, lie;
buftalo tdiesseu:. Jc; pickerel tdressedi, 8c;
rhite bas (dressed 1. Lc. sunflsh. kc; pervll
tscaied and dressed), kc; pike, llo, catnsn,
15c; red snapper, loc; salmon. 11c; crappl.,
12c; eels, 16c; bu'llieads. lie; black bass,
25c; whlteflsh, lie- frVg legs, per dot., 36c;
lobsters, green, 27c; boiled lobsters, 80c;
shad roe, 45c; bluefish, 80
HAY Prices quoted by Cmaha Wholesale
Hay Dealers' association: Choice. $7; No.
1. $6.50; No. 2, $6; coarse, $6. These pries
are for hay jf good color and quality.
BRAN Per ton. $15
ORANGES Valencia, all alses, $5.0O-?&.6O
LEMONS Limonisro, extra fancy, 1,4
size, $7.00, $00 and 360 sixes, $7.50u6 00.
DATES 1'er box ol 8J 1-lb. pkg., $2;
Halloween, in 7v-lb. Ov.x; per lb., 60.
FIGS-Callfornla, per lO-lo. carton. 76il
85c; Imported Smyrna, 4-crowr., 12o; 4
BANANA 3 Per medlum-elied bunch, 11.71
2.26: iumbos. $2.50i(j3 00
FRUITS AND MELONS.
PEARS Bartlett, per 60-lb. box. $2.90(fJ
' 1'LT'MS California, per '-basket crate.
$1 60-jl 76; gross prunes, $1.75; Hungarians,
PEACHES California freestone, per bo,
$1 15; Elbertas, $120.
CAN TALOl PhS Texas, per crate, $300;
Texas, Rocky Ford seed, $2.50.
WATERMELONS Alabama Sweets, 150
26c each; crated, lc per lb.
APPLES Dutchess, Wealthy and Cobb
Pippins, In 3-bu. bWs.. 83.0iiy3.2o; In bu.
WAX RgANS-l'er basket, 2538o.
string beans, per 4-bu. box. iitfj3V.
LEANS Navy, per bu., $2.
CrCUMBERS Per dos., 25c.
TOMATOES Home-grown, 4-bu. basket.
CAnflAGD-Homo-jrown, In crates, pe
ONIONS Home-grown, yellow, red and
white, per bu., 6O0.
BEK'I 8 -New. per bu.. 75c.
CELERY KaianiBEoo, per do., 2Ro.
SWEET POTATOES Virginia, per 3-bu.
CHEESE Swiss, new. tBc: Wisconsin
brick, 13c; Wisconsin llmberger, 15c;
Twins, 124c; Young Americas. 14c
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 15c; hard snells, per lb., 13c:
No. t soft shells, per lb., 12c; No. 2 hard
shelU, per lb., 12c. Pecans, large, per lb.,
12c; small, per lb., 10c. Peanuts, per lb., 7c;
roasted, per lb.. Sc. Chill walnuts, , per lb.,
12'ul34c. Almonds, soft shells, per lb.. 17o;
hard shells, per lb., 15c. Shellbark hickory
nuts, per bu., $1.75; large hickory nuts, per
bu , $1.50.
HIDES No. 1 green, 8c; No. 2 green, 7o:
No. 1 salted, 9c; No. 3 salted, 8c; No. 1 veal
calf, 10c; No. 2 veal on If. c; dry salted. 7d
He; sheep pelts, 25cQ$1.00; horse hides, $1.5i
Evaporated Apple and Dried Frnlts.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19 EVAPORATED
APPLES Market continues firm; common
to good are quoted at 446te; prime at
74c; choice at 74. and fancy at 8.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunos
are unchanged with quotations ranging
from 44t'"4 according to grade. Apricots
are In moderate demand with holders llrm
In their, views. Choice are quoted at
8'u84c; extra choice at 84fi8e and fan?y
nt 94f10c. Peaches are offered sparingly
for future shipment and spot supplies ure
still contracted. Fancy are quoted at 11 4.
Raisins are unchanged. Iose muscatels
are quoted at 4'&t!4: seeded raisins at
5V84 nd London layers at tl-Oudl.15.
Sugar and TMoInsses.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19-SUGAR-Raw,
nominal; fair refining. S7-ltic; centrifugal,
96 test, fu4 1-32c; molasses sugar, 3 3-15.
Refined, quiet; No. 6. 4.70c; No. 7, 4.C5c; No.
4.55c; No. 9, 4.50o; Tso. 10. 4 46c; No. 11,
4.35c: No. 12. 4.8c; No. IS, 4.D0c; No. 14. 4.15c
confectioners' A, 6.15c: cutloaf, 6c; crushed,
c: powdered, 6.40c; granulated, 5.40a; cubes,
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 19-8T'GAR-
Quiet; open kettle centrifugal, 4fr54c; cen
trifugal whites, 4 lo-ltfiio l-16c; yellows, 44J
4')c; seconds, 24f'3.
MOLASSES Nominal; open kettle, 13
2)C; centrifugal, frtJHc.
Clearlntr House Averages.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of this
city for the week shows: Loans, $1,146.
101 500; Increase, H.21ii.lo0. Deposits, 1.1VI.
651,3X; Increase, $1,892,100. Circulation, $31,
692.1'0; Increase, $1,124.60. Legal tenders,
$:6 2O8.700; decrease, $2,821,900. Specie, $221,
194.800; decrease. $196.2'i0. Reserve, $;U6.4M,
60; decrense, $3,018,100. Reserve required.
$Hi 1S7.826; Increase, $478,025. 8urplus.
$:tS?c,675; decrease, 3 4si,12.i. Ex-''ilted
States deposits, $ll,462,92i; deer, aae, $4431,
423. Rank Clearing;.
OMAHA. Aug. 19 Bank clearing for to
day were $1,197,104.72. and for the corre
sponding date last year $1 OS3.491.70.
$1,452,243.65 $1,242.770 60
LONDON. Aug. 19. Today Is a holiday
on the stock exchange. Bar silver steady
at 2Cd per ounce. Money 1 per cent. Dis
count rates, short bills. 1 per cent; three
months' bills, lVil 15-16 per cent.
PARIS. Aug. 19. The bourse today wn
dull and Inactive. Russian securities de
clined. Russian Imperial 4 were quoted at
88.50 and Runslun bonds of 19f'4 nt 505.
r.EKLIN, Aug. 19. The bourte today was
NEW YORK. Aug. 19 COFFEB-Market
for futures opened steady st a decline of a'u
10 points under realising and In sympu'hv
with disappointing European cables. The
close was steady, net unchanged to 6 points
higher. Sales were reported of 56.150 bags,
Includlns: September. 7.-&7 25c; October,
7.27c: December. 7.5fl-ft7.i5o; January, 7.50e;
March. 7. 75 1 7.8' c; May, 7 '& 7 !c; July.
8. (tic. Spot, steady; No. 7 Rio. 8?c.
Slonx City l.lvr Stork Market.
. STOUX.C1TY, la.. Auc. 19.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. Ks; Lca-. Mar
ket strong: ueeve.4. J3.7i;5 .00; cows snd
heifers. $2 .25'a4 KI; stockers and feeders, $2.76
(S3 S0: calves and yearlings. $2 6053.50.
HOGS Receipts, 4(l head Market
strong, selling at $5.s0i6.('5; bulk of sale.
September, 6JSc bid.
I'alntv fjlratn Market.
. 'I CUTH Aug. 1 -WHEAT
-". 1 bvrtfteiQ., 6.s4. .
Minneapolis Floor Market.
MINNE APOIJ8, Aug 1 -FLOUR-Fli st
stents. 85 4tuJ6.50i sei ond patents $." MS
.:Jr.":t clear. $4.i.!j 10; second clear.
: Cii; ,3.
BRAN In bulk. $12.26.
Toledo Seed li-rket.
TOLEDO. Aug 18SKEO-C1ovrr. riih.
tober, 8S.10; Deei,iS-. Kir-jL-
Ink. $7 H; j'liino
'" J 8" 6 asked; letoer, $s.lO;
I" On tr-irk. I January, Kin,; aljUsI
uui '.bcu, I timothy, $4,614.
SHEEP There were only rour cars of
sheep received and they went direct to a
packer, leaving nothing with which to test
the market. Ricrlpts fo.f the, week have
been very light. Wednesday being the
heaviest u.i, wi;n iwenty-i-icnt cars on
sale. The market Is in need of some good,
liberal runs, which would not tend to iniko
prices any lower. The most of the receipts
were killers and nothing like enough feed
ers wero offered. Tho demand was strong
for everything and the market at the close
was In very satisfactory condition. Tho
general mantel for the week is about a
qjsrter higher all around, with lamb and
yearling selling Kte higher. The market
every day was quoted stronger and the
total advance i shown in the above figures
What few feeder there were on sale were
plckod up vulukly every .day at higher
prices. There are plenty of Trdra and buy
ers are anxious to All them aa soon as re-c-lfts
Quotation oa tat sheep and lambs: Good
NEW YOR1C. Au,;. 19. COTTON Fu
ture r.ird steady; August. 1041c; Septem
ber. 10 4tc; October, 10 4.1c; November, lOiSc;
Decem-HT. Ij 75c; January. lOMc. February,
lc&i'c; March, 10.02c; April, 10.9Jc; M.iy.
10 9fc. Spot Closed quiet; 5 points ad
vance; midiling uplands. 10.8Tc; middling
gulf, lli'jc. sales. 61 bales.
LIVELPOOL. Aug. 19-COTTON-Spot,
quiet; prices, 6 points lower: American
middling, fair, 6 Ld; gocd middling. 5 Mil
middling, 6 7ld; low middling. 6f.:d; guod
ordinary. 6.47d. oidinary, n 4.'d. The sales
of tnei day Mere 3.0-O bnles of which 29)
were for r-prrulallon and exi"irt nnd In
cluded 2. HO American; receipts. 5.i0 bales,
all Amer ciin. Eutuies nn ued quiet and
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 19-COTTON-Qu'et;
middling. H.4c: sales, 106 bales; receipts.
1 0 baler.; shipment. 914 baits; stock, 13 786
NEW ORLEAVS. Aug 18 COTTON
Knsy: sales 2nu bales; ordinary, 7s.c; good
ordlrary, 7 l"-ltjc; low middling, 8 11-1-middling.
10 6-li'c; g.iod middling. H4c;
middling f:ilr 10 15-100; receipt. 1,194 bales;
tuck. 74.SK6 hale.
NEW .YORK. Aug. 19 METALS The
metnl market were atl qiret, but holders
In nearly all Instances mere fi.-in In their
views. Ijike nnd " eleetrolvtie cop'-r is
quoted at flS.Cj'tfir- ';; casting, tUISfj'
15 f; snot tin. $12.5ni3.'.75. Lend quoted at
$4t4.70; spelter. t;.7 4r5 80 Iron remains
stendy at recent prices.
ST. LOt'13, Aug 19. MHTALfl Lead,
teady. $i 624. Spelter, quiet, 85.60.
Pry Good Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19 -Nothwithatanding
the presence in the city of hundreds of
country merchant dry goods business was
not unusually active today. Another big ln
flux of buysre Is due Monday and Tuesday
Cotton goods of all kinds are becoming
very eoarc for Immediate delivery and
prices are all tending upward. Bieaciiod
(eods axe up Vt cent a ard, P rials sold
19.- Total Imports of
NEW YORK. Aug
merchandise and specie at the port of New
nrK lor tne wees-: ending todiv were
valued at f9.9eo.i3. Total Imports nf specie
at the port of New York for the week end
In:? liiday were $45 971 silver .ind $55,244 gold.
Ton I exports of Hpec-.e frmn the port of
.New Yt.rk fur tin- week er.-ling today wero
?v50,i;CK! silver and no gold. 1
Full of Interesting Reading for
Every Member of the Family
Partial List of Feature Articles Already
Printed This Year
"Vancourer Country of the Northwest," Five Articles.
Prof. Charles E. Bessey, University of Nebraska.
"Fruit Raising in the Sunflower State,"
E. F. Stephens, Horticulturalist.
"Hessian Fly and Orowing Wheat,"
Prof. Lawrence Bruner, Nebraska Stat TSntomologittr
"Gosling's Demonstration of Beef, Mutton and PorV
E. R. Davenport, Market Editor.
"Management of Incubators and Brooders,"
Q. C. Watson, U. S. Department of Agrlcultvira,
"LTow to Raise Turkeys on the Farm,"
C. E. Matterson, Kewaukee, Wis.
"Live Stock Breeding in Great Britain."
Prof. W. J. Kennedy, Iowa State College.
"TubcrculoHis in Live Stock,"
Dr. A. T. Peters, University of Nebraska,
"Story of Twentieth Century Irrigation,"
II. A. Crafts, Fort Collins, Colo.
'TJotv to Get Good Seed and Maintain It,"
Prof". T. L. Lyon, University of Nebraska
"Soils nnd Methods of Seeding Alfalfa,"
E. F. Stephens, Ilorticulturalist. .
"Regulation of Railways by Public Authority,"
William R. Larrabee, Ex-Governor of Iowa.
"Traveling Libraries in Rural Communities," ; ' '
1 Edna D. Bullock, Nebraska State Library Commission.
"Champion Steers in Feed Lot and Cooler,"
Prof. II. R. Smith, University of Nebraska - .
''Readjusting Wyoming Ranching System,."
A. S. Mercer, Western Ranchmfj-f
The Rnihoitd and the People," Eight Articles,
Edward Rose-water, Editor The Omaha Bea -
'Fall Sown Alfalfa in the Ilunild Region."
Prof. P. (1. llclden, Iowa Agricultural College
"Durum Wheat for Semi-Arid Land,"
M. A. Cu ll mi. Cercalist U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
'Practical Drainage of I'pim Lands,"
.1. C. Holmes, Drainage Engineer.
"Forestry Problems Yet to Be Solved,"
Frank O. Miller, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
"Grass and I'Vragf Crop us Fertilizers,"
Prof. T. L. l.vtiii, University of Nebraska.
"Beef Production--Mot hoite of Feeders,"
Prof. II. W. Muniford, Illinois Agricultural Station.
Effect of Cold Weather on Fruit Blossoms,"
Tueodnre William, Ilorticulturalist.
'Calendar of A'ork in the Apiary,"
AnMa A. Clarke. Plymouth Creek Apiary.
Live Stock in tho Middle West,"
F. D. Coluun, Secretary Kan-ns State Board.
Che vJoverniLi-nt Reclamation Service,"
Frederick Ii. Newell, Chief Engineer.
areer of the J .rite Robert W. Furnas,"
I'io' '.'hnvlos F. Bessey, University of Nebraska.
mprt-verient in iinnl Winter Wheat,"
Prof. T. L. Lyon. University of Nebraska.
"roblems CnnfronUn Western Stock Growers,"
Murdo Mackcnxie, Pres. Am. Stock Growers' Abs'b.
Oil nml ftnsln.
NEW TOni;. Aug. 11.-OILS Cottonseed,
steady; pnnm crude, nominal; prime yel
low, SO". Petroleum, steady; rellned New
Ynrk. $1190; I'lilladelpliia and Haltlniore.
$'7 fi; In bulk. $3.16. Turpentine, dull, 6.4'if
SAVANNAH Oa . Aug. 19 OIL Turpen
tine, firm; t'J,sc.
PEORIA, Aug. 19.-CORN-Flrm; No. 8
Vjllow, 64c; No. 3. tic; No. 4. Mc; no grad,
OATS Firm: No. 3 white, 36'ic; No. 4
while. 2D. i).'5c.
WHISKV--on the basis of flti.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 18 -WHEAT Spot,
nominal; futurea. o,uiet; Keptniibrr. lis
8'd: ijrc-enii.er. . T'.d: Lecemher, lis "Vjd.
ColiN-Spot. stiady; American mixed. 4s
lid; futures hull; Eepteinber. 4 8d, Oe-c"iiibi-i-.
in 141; January, &4d.
Main Oilier 1 I ifili anil Huberts Itreets.
ST. Hill.. MIX.
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