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THtf OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 10. 130(5. '
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wbut ReacU, Then Gom Hither Thai
BULLISH KANSAS 8TATC CROP REPORT
Coa'dltiea of Grata- filvea Way flelaw
'L-at Year Carat Oil at Mart
Ralae, bat Qalealy
' OMAHA. June . u(.
-Wheat reacted rather heavily early In
the- session, rtwny holders selling on the
theory that crop advices had been dls
counted. Just when they were ahort and
fee-ling the most bearish, the Kanma state
report waa Issued, showing -a condition of
aa compared with 89 In April and 78
lest year. An attempt to cover' found
fiium for aale until prices had fully reoo".
a ,nd om additional strength gained.
.Trading was lively the lant three-quarters
' hour with some realising In the last
' There waa less rain on the morning's
map In the northwest, and the dry seo
timls of Illinois and Indiana had ample
precipitation. Cable any the situation Is
much Improved In Russia.
Com sold off at the start on realising
and on good rains through Illinois and In
diana, but turned on the Kansas state re
pot t. giving a condition of "9 as compnred
with &6 at the same time last rear. Con
siderable activity followed on covering and
renewed buying by early profit-takers. The
How was little different from the pre
Clts went through the same experience
ag aid- wheat and corn. The Kansas report
IVea the condition as 68.
, Primary wheat receipts were 328.000 bush
el and shipments of 24.O0 bushels, against
receipts )at year of 856.000 bushels and
shipments of 255,000 bushels. Corn receipts
were 7,00O bushels and shipments 4H1.0W
bfiKhels, against recelpte last year of 444. (XiO
bushels and shipments of 6S7.0UO bushels.
Clearances were 113.000 bushels wheat. 13.x0
barrels flour. 43,0n0 bushels corn end 44,ono
Liverpool closed unchanged to i,d higher
on wheat and d higher on corn.
., Australian wheat shipments were lsS.OoO
bushels, against 704.000 bushels last year.
Indian wheat shipments were 608.000 bush-
els. sgslnst ftflO.OOO bushels last year.
,, Local range of options:
j" Artlrqee. Open. High. Iow. Close.
Wheat i j
.July 77B 78 7 77HB
Sept. 76BJ 77 7B 771,
. July 47tBi 47S! 47B 47,
Sept 46B 47HBI 46B 47tl
. July 8ai4B
Omaha Cash galea.
'. WHKAT No. 4, 1 car, 70c.
' COKN-f-No. S, 1 car, 47c: 1 car, 48c;
1 car, 4Hc; 2 cars. 4Mic; No. 3 whltj,
licar, 47c; No. 1 yellow. 1 car, 444c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. ! hard, 76 9 78c; No. 3
hard, 70& 74fcc; No. 4 hard, 6570c; No.
2 spring, 77c.
CORN No. 3. 4V47c; No. 4, 44tt
45 4c:No. 3 yellow, 464 fi 4714c; No. 2
white, 484f4SV4c; No. S white. 47J47c.
OATS No. 5 mixed. 83c; No. 3 whito,
ISHd No. 4 white, 3t4c
H T E No. 2, 66c; No. 3, 65c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
St. Louie, ....
CHICAGO GRA1X AXD PROVISIONS
f- . .
' ; .i
Feataraa af the Tradlag aal Cloalaa;
rricee aa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, June I. Additional evidence
of ; damage to wheat by drouth was fur
nished today by the Kansas atate crop
report,- which gave the condition of wheat
as TO against an estimate of 5 on May 1.
A Sharp rally followed the publication or
thla report, but most of the gain waa
later-on profit-taking. The clos steady
wtui fxtr July -opttoa Higher,--;or waa
. '- ' - 1 l-
wora- ahada higher to 640 lower.
Prior to- the occurrence of the Kansas
report aeatiinent In tbe wheat pit was
by local longs because of Improved weather
conauioiis. . xot onty ota tne weatner iiiup
show- Ideal- conditions for harvesting In the
aouthwuuit,- but a cessation of rain was
reported from the northwest. During the
first hm? f the session trading was dull,
but -it became active after the pus Heat Ion
of - the Kansas report. The demand was
general. This caused an advance of almoat
2c from th low points of the day. Much
of the gain waa lost of profit-taking dur
ing the last few mlnutra of tradinr. The
market closed steady. July opened UetJ-Hc
lowvr at K!Hrli3c, sold oft to savec and
then advanced to 88c The close was at
StHiC. Clearance of wheat and flour were
x r.T " 1T.. Zlll
am bu.r.ln.t-2axV) bu. foT "the coV:
responding day one year ago. Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of m
cars against 313 cars laat week ami 1S3 cars
a year ago.
the corn' market wae weac early In the
y because of reallctng sales, holders
seeming unwilling to hold their linee over
Hunday. Cash hotieea and elevator Inter
ests were free sellers. Reported, ruins In
Illinois and the Ohio valley had a tendenry
to weaken prices. Toward the middle ft
the day the market rallied sharply on active
voverlng by ahorta which waa based tipon
the Kansas report, which showed a condi
tion" or 7 compared, witn aa ror tne cor
. , "Hf I
"t Of the ad-
responding time last year. 1
the market waa steady, but
last few minutes a large part ot tne ad
vance waa lost on profit-taking. July
opened unchftnged to c lower at MVBo,
sold off to llXia and then advanced to 615,0.
1 infli quotations were at ftiio. jocai re- -
eel pts were 40f care with 3ul of contract Kaaaaa City Crala aaa IPr aa al aa a.
grade.' KANSAS CITY, June 9. WHF.AT-Ju!
Early In the day the oata market was 77c; September, 7ac; December. 6;Hc.
weak In sympathy with other grain, but Cash: No. 3 hard, r,&19c; No. 3. 74K7Ho:
like wheat and corn It etlffened on the No. 4. 77c: No. 8 red, 88fjic; No. 3,
Kansas report which showed the condition a4&Wc; No. 4, 704jiitc.
of the crop to be hf against a general CORN July. 4i4c; September, 48c: De
average ot 80 for the last ten years. The cember, 4V Cash: No. 3 mixed, 48lc;
close wae steady. July opened V&V: No. 3. 48Vc; No. 3 white, 49'ao; No. 3,
.lower at $7T'37ac. aold up to 3.T4e and 4V6-4c. .
closed at I7sc Local receipts were 167 OATS No. I white. 3Cw8Tc.
ProHsiona were quiet and eteadv. The
feature of trading was buying of pork by
a local packer. At the close July ixuk
was oft 6c at IIM 60. 1-ard waa u. shade
higher at $oQ8 824. Ribs were 67Ho
.v Jower at $9.37m3.40.
rtimaiea reueipis mr nvnuy; neat,
I cere;-corn, 41 care; oata, 171 care; hoge.
4 fiiO head.
The leading futurea ranged aa follows:
1 1 ' .
Article. I Open. Hlgh. Low. Cloae. Yee'y
Corn - I
.. July... 61,flS
4 V, S
14 80 j
Cash Quotations were aa follows:
FLOUR Easy; winter patents. I3 6dj4 00;
. winter Btxaiinii, ea at-q.tv, spring paienta,
13 rT(j-4tw: spring aireigni. a.ei(aa.si; bak
. HKAt-Na I spring. 3wc; No. 3, 7$
U-ft-ec , b, n i r, cveaj
CORN No. 3. 61Sc; Ho. I yellow. 62Ve.
-,. OATS No. $. rsc; No. t white. SStjaoSic
isa. wnue, osoc
RTE No. 1. aMJe.
, - BARLKY ood feedina. 44t-46c; fair
choice malting. 6ui66o.
SEEDS No. 1 tlax. $1.0V,; No. 1 north
weaiero, $112; prime tlniothy, $3.60iu4.70;
Clover, contran rmaa, en a..
PROVISIONSWhorl rlbe eldee Ooosel.
m.JMie-so. aaeee pura, poc ii., n.iiasu
Jrd, per lutl lbs.. W ITH- Short clear aides
(boxed). I? iitKrww . .
The reoelpie ana iniptnanta i nuur ana
4 Cats, bu
... 17. 18.500
... 16.110) 14,41X1
.... - - itonx.uu urhinn today the but
i... .ui, erwaanerr. ltwUVwc: I Itur today ware $k8.aia aUver and AaaAeau
dairy, tl 17Vc. tags, eaaa; ai mara. eases ! gu.
Included. HfllSr; firsts. MV: prime firsts.
l&V; extraa, lc. Cheese, steady, SSytillHc.
SIW VORK OEXRItAI, MARKET
ttaatatlaas af the Dar aa Varlaae
NEW TORK. June -FLOrn-Recelpts,
18.228 mi.; exports. IO.r.' bu.; market dull
but firm: Minneapolis natent. t4.W4 ff:
bakers. t.1.4Mi3W; winter patents,. t 9
4: dd straight. WIMMno: do extras.
t03.4O; low grades, t2.Wirt.3S.
RR-rlour dull: fslr to good, H-4.VB
8 n; choice to fancy. tl lMH lS.
CORN MEALr-FIrm; nine white and yel
low. $1.ani.2R; coarse, tl.OTWl.lO; kiln
dried, A70g !.).
HYEi Dull: No. 2 western. 7ic: nominal
f. o. b. New York.
BAKLEY Nominal: feeding. 47H
f., New York; malting, h2'g5c, c. I. f.,
New York. ,
WHBAT Receipts. 81,000 bu.: exports.
tt.fil hu.; sales, l.aiffi.om bu. ; spot market
Irregular; No. X red KSc nominal, elevator;
No. 3 red nominal f o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Ouluth SRie nominal, f. o. b. affoat.
No. 1 northern Mantll tc t. o. b. afloat.
There waa an early break In whest due to
poor cables, clesring weather In the north
west and realising. After a sharp rally on
prospects of a bullish government report
on Monday the market receded again, but
Just at the close Jumped violently on the
bullish Kansas state report, closing partly
c net higher. July W 7-l&W4 closed
antic; September 87V(MSc, closed 8Sc;
L)ecemler K'latQSc, closed 8S4c.
CORN Receipts, .87o. exports, 4.1,186;
spot Arm; No. 2, oRVfcc nominal elevator
and MVjc nominal, f. o. b.. float; No. Jyellow,
Ific nominal; No. 3 white eHf, nominal,
option market was quiet and easier at
first owing to liberal recelpte and good
weather, but rallied finally with wheat,
closing practically Sc net lower. July
dosed f.vo; September 67,6'ac, closed
MMic; December closed 57'ac
OATS Receipts, Kd.100 bu.; exports.
43,732; spot market firm; mixed oata 2iVtt.t3
pounds 4lc; natural white 3JI3 pounds,
y,m'Sbc; clipped white 340 pounds,
VEKD Steady: spring bran. 319.40; June
shipment; mldiillngs, $19.75; June shipment;
HAY Firm: shipping. tS70c; good to
HOP8 4julet; state common to choice
l'M4-; lltf'12c; olds nominal.
HIDES Finn; Ualveston 204i2& pounds
I. RATHKR Steady: acid. Ifi27Sc.
PROVlHIONft Beef, quiet; family. 111 00
11.80: mess, 8.fi000; beef hams, $2n.80&.
22.00; packet. tv.iOolVail; city extra India
mess. $16.rV(il7.. Cut meats steady: plkled
bellies, I10.2MI 12.50; pickled shoulders,
J().tKa.oO; pickled hams, 311. goai2.o.
Iard. firm: western prime, $8.8i'ff9',;
nominal. Refined, steady: continent,
ff.SO; S. A., 39.78; compound $7.0(6
7.S7',. Pork, steady; family. 31H.50-&
1H.ii; Kliort clear, IIH.S"il8.Ji: mess, 317.60.
TALLOW Steady; city, 5c; county. S
RICR Stendy; domestic fair to extra
3WrrK4c: Janan nominal. .
BL'TTER Kasler. Street price: Kxtra
creamery, 20c. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, 15Wac; western Imi
tation creamery, extras, 17c; western firsts,
CHEESE Easy; new state cream, large
best, iuc; state, fair to gooa, nic;
state, small, best, 1"Hc; state, fair to good,
WWc: Inferior. 8(S!.
EOOS Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 23c; stst.
choice. ;0i21c: state, extra. lVtJJ0o;
western nrsts, nc: western seconas,
l'4c: Kntukr. 1391AC.
POULTRY Live, quiet: western broilers.
26c; fowls, 134c: turkeys, llrl2c. Oressed,
steady; western broilers, 2Xo-5c; turkeys.
l?,c; fowls, lagiZHc.
at. I.aala General Market.
ST. LOUIS, June 9. WHEAT Higher;
No. 2 red cueh, elex-alor, HefiUlc; trucH, S3
ti90c.; July, 81Hc; September, 82'4c; No. 2
CORN Htaher: No. 2 cash, nominal
track. 40$i ft.-: July, 4-49''c; September,
SHc; July. JBV; September, 88V'; No. 2
FLOUR Firm; red winter patent.
I4.G0f4.7Q; extra fancy and straignt,
3S.7Kitf4.40; near, I2. W.t. -
SEED Timothy, steady; $2.5012.80.
' (VIBNMEA1. Steady: $2.50.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, f
HAY Steady; timothy, $1 '.SO 14 00;
prairie, 111.001a is.oo.
IRON COTTON TIES $1.00.
BAGGING 8 Hp.
HEMP TWINE 7 He.
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; Jobbing,
$lJia. Lard., dull; prime steam. $8.87
I lry salt meats, steady;, boxetl. extra
i anoria. is.ou; citar rius, io.ou; suuri
I . 1 n tIA U . . ' '
' POULTRY Firm ; chlckTns'.'lOc; rprtngs,
18-20c; turkeys. 10c; ducks, 8Hc; jeew, &c
B ITTK K oteaa v ; crtanery. lwijrjow
EGOS Steady at 12Vs case ceunt.
Flour, - bbls.
I Wheat, bu.
. 4.000 7.0(i1
. 41.000 42.00 1
.180.000 112, on
. 58,000 88,000
Mlaneapolla Grain Market.
MIN'NKAPOLIR June . FLOUR
First patents, $4. 35 4.45; second patents,
$4.:04j4.80; first clears, $3.(0t8.0; sec
ond clears. $2.4662.86.
BRAN In bulk. ls. Zstjlft.au.,
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
MlnneHDOlls and Chicago delivery.) The
range of prices. a. reported by F D. Day
Articles. I Open.) Hlgh. Leow. Close. Yee'y.
1 14HI 1 lo'i
1 16', I 1 16V
1 14HI 1 liH
1 141 1 14V
Minneanolla Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 86Vc; No. 1 northern. c; to arrive,
884jc; No. 8 northern. to arrtve. 83Sc;
No. 3 northern. 1,82S,c: No. 1 durum.
74c; No. $ durum, 72c. Corn: No. 3 yellow,
... : a a1 Nn 1 while F.U..-
- i. Ko a 47w.. Oata: No. 3 white. 36V4c
. JJ-' i nujfme Barley: 4150c. . Rye: $7'4
g- S5Tii n . x,r " 9
K 1 rr asieauy. n-vvwrr.,
HAY Steady; choice timothy. $13.5047
choice prairie. $ll.3ba$ll 40.
BUTTER-Steady ; creamery, lie; pacV-
KOGSSteady; Missouri and Kansas, new
whltewood cases Incloded, 14c; case count.
I lic ; caaea reiuriit-u. ra- i
and shipments of grain
... .32.0110 . 64.ua
.... e.000 . 12,000
Llverae-el Grata aadl Pra-rtslaas.
LIVERPOOL. June . WHEAT Spot
nominal. Futures, quiet; July fts Hd; Sep.
. l -A. T t ... I.a- I. Tl. A
IfllllLR-r. W, IU, " 1 . 1,3 . j w lifu.
CORN Soot, steady; American mixed
- n. . , r. k - A n.-rlr'a n mlMt n 1 A Am
a Futurea, nrm; juiy, ta iai septem,
VkA-Canadlan. firm at a 10Hd
Philadelphia Prsdsoe Market.
PHILADELPHIA. June 9. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 21c; extra
nearby prints. 22c.
EOGS Firm; nearoy rresn ana western
fresh. le st mark.
CHEME Bteaay; rew xorx iuu creams.
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. June t WHEAT
Higher; No. 1 northern. No. I
northern, e44: J"lr. 4Sc. asked.
RIE-Hnti; rvo. , annw
OATS No. 1 67c; sample. 464)4r.
CORN Higher; No. I cesh, tlfiUVtc;
, July. Ilc bid. s
Dalatk Grata Market.
nTJIATTH. Juna I WHEAT Tt arrive
and on track. No. 1 northern. 86c; No. I
northern, I34c; July. 86V; September,
OATS To arrive, on tracx ana juiy.
- I Pearla Grala Market.
I fsORlK. June a. CORN Higher; No. I
i yellow, 6oHc; No. I. 60c; No. . 4c.
I OATS Higher; No. $ white. 33ae
I j o. 4 white, Joe
WHISKY-ll 29 for finished goods.
Esaarta tad laaatarta.
NEW TORK. June 9 Total Imports of
merchandise and dry goods at the port ef
New York for the week ending today were
valued at $10m.36u. Total Imports of
nt'i et lk i-irt "f Vw V nri, t , k
1.4U0 I w.k andhia Irulav w.r tIA Ttu. ,11,., m..A
A.M I tiM wuld. Total exports of limit from
- I the port of New York for the week end-
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Vany Iitnet Preased kt 8al and Price
r.pnp nAumr prrnnTe mnT iirrni
Bxteaslye l.laaldatloa la Iteadlag,
Cansnlldated aa aal Other Fa- .
rorlte gharee Caases Gea
NEW YORK, Jure 9 Stocks were pressed 1
for sale today and prices declined. The!
lining, umuiT uy uiw:iruraarllrI'1 I
over the meager profits disclosed by this
uiFprcimn. rop aamage reports are not i
" ana me enect on st ocas is rearea
of the government monthly estimate of I
v-.Mitiniun to oe nuoitsnea on flionaav sna
Which Is generally expected to reflect the I
unfavorable weather conditions of the pre-
ceding month. The prospect of a prolongs-
tlon of the session of congress came in
fnr ..m l.,...lnn a
for some discussion. Speculative liquids-!
ii, hi wan rviurni in some oi inc lavunir I
stocks, especially Reading, and some of I
auv iii.ru wnicn were innue iiiiiukij i
were as quickly lost today. The weak and
unsupported condition of Consolidated Gas I
naa a Dan enect on sentiment.
The bank statement Justified the ex pec I a-
tion that the cash gain or last week, wnicn I
lAllen to annear In last weeks statement.
writ i M hln lh hntrlnff this week. He-
, ). (u- liMi A.. I. t n r.. mm , k.- ii I
a I7.em.400 loan expansion to figure In the
. , . . , i . . . 1. a 1
-JT;.i . irw I
for the benefit of the surplus. The paying I
oi loreiKH ooiigHiions is wirevru iu v: j
responsible in part ror tne loan expannimi. i
The Bank of Germany railed to reauce
Its dlecount rate and aterling exchange at
Berlin fell with some violence and at rane
with riectalon threatenina renewed Dree-
sure on linilnn l aold reservea. InclnenlS
of the rfav were the renort of the first ar-
rival of the season oi Aiasna goia on
" : -: ' . . . i . . . . i
gold output on the Rand for the month of I
Miv showing a production of 4tfl,2ti3 fine
Faclfic coast ana tne omciai report vi
ounces, the greatest monthly outturn on
record. The stock market cioeea 1
Tula twinon. nar value, ai.am'.w.
The following was the range of prices on
the New York stock excnange: :
. a Ira. Hlk. Law. Cloaa.
Adama gipraaa v
AmaitamatMl Coppar S4 1JH i
Amar far and Foundry.... MB 414 1'a.l4
toe 14 B4
Amar. Cotton Oil
Amar. Hlda A Leather p(d
Amar. Ice Bei-srltlea
Amar. Llnaaad Oil
Aoiar. Smalt. Refining..
ltioe iMi 1M4 VM,
ton uau. usi- i'A
Amar. Sntar Iteantaf
Amer. Too. pfd ctfa
Anaconda Mining Co
ion inju los' i3
I, too 2t l
Atlantic coast Una
Baltimore J Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt....
Central of New Jaraar
let 1474 l7' 147
t,M0 110H 10t 110
lie 84 s
speculative party which entered the mar- ' " -
ket with the opening of the week, on tak- ,w,7 "t l .S"
ng account of the weeks results. Will find r ,''!1J aaakiiiia a!ia4s Set
little In the wsy of price chsngee In the '. tVZTt."-'"- ta,!J" '"til 4 . . '
summing up. There was some closlna of ,i ? ii
Chlcaia A Altos
Chli-aio Oraat Waatarn
c m. a at. Paul
Chlrafo Tarm. Tranalt..
C, C, '. 8t. Louta
Colo. Pual and Iron
Colorado a Southern
do lat pfd
do td pfd 1
Delaware 4V Hudaon
!)., Lack, a Wealara....
Denver tt Rio Qranda
da lat pf
da Id pfd
Inter. Puma ,.....
Kanaas City southern
Loulavllle A Naahallla.....
Metmpolltan Btraat Rr
Minn. St. Louta
m . at. P. A a. ata. it....
MlMOiirl, Kan. A Teina...
Nat. R. It. af Max., pfd...
Kaw York Central
N. V., Oitario Waatarn.
Norfolk A Waatarn
Parlflc Mall :
Poop la' a Gaa
pitta.. C C. St. Leu la.,
Preiaad Steal Car
Pullman Palace Car
da lat pfd
do td pfd
Rock laland Co
St. L. Ken Pran. id pfd
8t. Leula South weatarn...
gout barn PacISc
Souther a Railway
Tenneaaee Coal and Iren..
Teua A Pacllc
Tel.. St. U A Wast
V. 8. Ripraaa
V. 8. Raaltr
V. 8. Rubber
C. a. Steal
44.10A 144S 141 141S
too ims i ims
14,100 Ills IB4S 1US
lot II II
70S II tl
20 lot t
11. KO 41S 4
4.100 10S lt
Virginia-Carolina rhamlral. l.o 41 s 4o4
do pfd f 111 lia lie
wabaan si xi ll
do pfd leo 4tS Its 41
Walla-rargo Eipraaa Ill
Weatlngftotiea Elat-trla 10 1(1 JU 164
Weatarn t'nloa KM tzV U Ms
naaitng a LAaa aria .... n
Wlei-eaain Central let , 1 16
do pfd in Its US 1
Oraat Northern pfd....
1.4oa ia, tin us
4t 41S 42S 42S
ena Tl 11 7s
IW S"4 . 8Mb
Total sales far tka day, IM.aOt sharaa
BOSTON, June 9 Celt loane, 4H4J-, 'H per
cent; tine loans, wo per cent, utrlclal
Closing on stacae ana nonas: ,
Atrhleea adj. 4a MS Adventure ...
do 4a mslluaa
Man. Central 4a 71 Aatalganutea)
Atrnienn aas amar. xisa
da pfd ItlS
Bostoa ft Albasr. lat i
Beaton Ete rated ...ill
PUckkurg pfd Ut I
Max. Central IIS
al ft Hatla
Capper Range ..,
!alr Warn ,
N. V., N. II ft H..1M
Ant. Argt. (baat.
Am. Pneu. Tnba..,
Ant. Tel. ft Tel..
fom. Iron ft Steal
aaa. Mining ...
tlont. Caal ft C.
ltd Dominion .
Kdiaos 1st. 111.
Maaa. Elect rta ....
t ailed Fruit
tnlied Baea Mac
.lias t ailed roepar ,
t. A Mining
V. a. atael
I B. Oil.
New Yark Mlalagt stacks.
NEW YORK, Juna .Closing quotations
on mining aiocaa were:
U L4UU Chlei ...
. tu Opklr
earuaewlck Cos. .
email Hopes ..,
Carnal arte Tvaaal .
Cos. C1. aad Va.
riearlaar Hetw Averaaes
NEW YORK. June 9. The statement of
the clearing house banka for thla week
shows that the banka hold $7,112,010 ov
the legal reaerve requirements. This is
an Increase of $148,025 over last wawk.
The statement fol'ows. Loans, $1,969.
142.400: Increase. $7,619,400. Depoeita,
$1.947.1$6.400: Increase, 1.II4.I00. Cir
culation. $41,911,440; decrease, $I7.I0J.
Legal tendere. $$1.119. let); dec raw ae,
$1,611,904. Specie, $lll.l.8.44f); Inert am,
400 HI '
'in.) 7IH 7IS
una 1', II
toe v t
Htm 177 171
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1.7O0 14114 w
l.teo 23 S 22 ;4
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I, tot IJl ill
liiee 444. 4eia
"ioa iiii ei"-
4,401V 4 4iS
let 71 7t
too 7ii 7ei
400 1731 )7p
lot 111 HI .
1,100 im - im
144 KVi W
ioi K " 14.'
100 l M4
too nt ;i4
Kt 41 ;4 M4
l.'iti lit" lit"
'too its lis
liiot i-iii 17"
l.oeo u 161
'ioe iiii iiii
i.iin 140'i 140,"
ten 61 H ii
too IIS MS
101 riii iiii
! it. ioi wis lizs
400 tl US
100 it 12
700 lis a!
Reserve. I288.94S.90O; Increase,
Reserve required. t)!t.788.t;
Increase, 3.8.e7l. Surplus. 17.1(1.01;
Increase. .14.025. Kx-United States de
posits. $11,330,228; Increase, $201,700.
Hw Yark Maaey Market.
NEW YORK. June MONEY On rail.
nominal: no loans. -Time loans stesrty;
sixty dsys. 4 per cent: ninety days, 4"i'414
rn: ' "'onhs, 4per ceni,
monttis. per ceni.
$4.3590f4.M for demsnd and $4.(2en4i4.3 for
slxty-dav hills; posted rates. $4 add
I4.MH; commercial bills. $4 82S'4 2.
SILVER Bar, sc; Mexican aoiiars.
H.iiNU overnmeni, nrm; rurou,
. . m
Quotations on f York bonds toaay
1), a. raf. la. rag....! 'Japan . U aerlea ... H
to mea iot4 4Sa. ctfa J
A Star TOS 4a 7i
i, h ..'...."!!!!!. H4
Mian. 8t. L. 4a.. l
M . K. a T. 4a lo
do ta f
N. a. at Mm. c. 4a. Ml
N. T. r. sen. IHa.. MH
N. 1. C. fit. ia ltTVi
No. Parllc 4a lM'-a
do la 74
Norfolk a W. t. 4a..lirt
Ora. 8. L. rff. 4a.... MH
Pann. ev. IHa 471
Reading (ea. 4a lull
St. U 1. M. c. -a. Ill
St. L. a P. r. f 4a. MA
Atrhiana e- 4s 1MW
aa ad). 4a
Atlantic c. L
T. f. 4a....
central otoe. a....
JJ M lac'.'.!"!!'.!'." S3
ffc O 4a lOata
chkaa A. ie"! th
c . a. a o n. ton
St. U . W. r.
p.. a. i. a p. aa... 7tu
Saabnard A. L. 4a.
Ho. PaelAc 4a.
do 1st 4a ctfa ...
to ml. n.
im. a si u. a. ..iat
Cala. lad. ta. asr. A.. 7 "4
So. Ratlvar Aa.
T74iTax. a PaclBo le....ltnTi
77 Tol., et. u a W. 4a. it
j.ifnlon PaHSa 4a IMH
liMia.l'. 8- eteal t la MH
wanaan ia 114
do dab. M ns
Weatarn Met 4a . 17
' "Bl im i, m...
"P Pnr "es aa
Wheeling I.. g. 4,. an
Hock. val. ma
Wla ('antral 4a 14
I.ondoa (loslag Stacks.
LONDON. June I. Closing quotations 011
the Stock exchange were:
Con tola, rnonar Ml N. Y. Central 144
a I-ie Nortalk a w ...
.. I do pfd
.. S lont. Weatern
a. a onio
Rand Mtnea .
rnee. a omo..
do let pfd...
do Id pfd...
imicano ui. n..
C-. t. p
80. Paclso ...
U. . Steal...
1 aa n prd..
1 niinnia i-entrai 1714,
I I- A Naahrllla 15JS
m.. it. w 1 aa
BIL.VER Bar, steady; 30 1-Wd per ounce,
MONEY 1'J34 Per cent.
The r-te of discount In the onen market
for short bills Is 8'4 rer cent: for three
1 montns 11111s -tn'A .-ia ner cent.
I LONDON. June 8. Money was in abun
I dant demand today and there was a fair
I eupply; discounts were essy, There Whs
I some talk or tne probability or an eariy
reduction of the Bank of Knaland'e ra'e
f dlscounu The stock exchange closed
the week with a dull session. There was
I t'ardly a change In prices,
I next week checking speculi
Coniols finished steady, b
but home rails
of trade returns. Foreigners and Kafflrs
were more cheerful. Americana opened
stesdy at a fraction over parity, but easel
later and closed dull after a small amount
I of business. Japanese Imperial 6s of 1904
were ouoted at 102.
PARIS. June 9. Traamg on the bourse
today waa dull and prices were unstesdy
throughout. Russian and French rentes
were weak. Russian Imperial 4a closed
at 79.90 and Russian bonde of 1904 at
Baak Clearlaga. 1
OU1UI Inn S Pnnlr T A r-1 ,1 t.i Ia.
day were It. 650,371.29 and for the correspond
ing date laet year ii.BtKS.s.w .w.
$ 8.106,fi62.78 31,711.173.30
Thursday 1,SS6.S57.67 l,t7,292 .94
Frldav i,wu,ti. in 1 an,i!t.-a
Saturday 1,550.371.29 1.3tU,3t.3l
Increase over the corresponding week last
Tretasrr Btatewaaat. ' - "
WASHINOTON. June 9. Today s state
runt of the treasury balances In the
a-eneral fund, exclusive of the $160,000,000
I gold ref-erve, snows: Avgiiame cann obi
I " . . u. at a a in . dhow
49!:,56; gold certificates, $44,841.6110.
OMAHA WHOLES A LK MARKET,
Coadltloa af Traae aad Qaotatloae
Jta ale aal Faaey Prexlaee.
EGOS Receipts. - liberal; fresh stack,
L.IVK rvuu HI-Mens, S4JPc; roosiera,
8e; turkeys, 14$lnc; ducks, lie; spring
chickens, 1819n per lb.
butter facking stocK. u'utac; tnotca
to fancy dairy, 16c; creamery, 2lfr21Vfcc
HAY Prices auoted bv Omaha Feed com-
wnv: No. 1 upland. $10.60; medium, $.;
' uonrae, 39 00. Rye straw, $8.60.
bran Per ton, lit. to.
TOMATOES Florida, per crate of 30 lbs..
WAX BEANS Per box of about 26 tbe.,
I II 76K'i ii
STRING BEANS Per box of aWout 26
II "24 OOfl.
4S I IOB., 1. lOT- mQ.
S TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROTS
MS I Per dos. bunches. 3&c.
I LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per doa.
I heads, 20c.
ci'CUMBEKg Home grown, per ous.,
60075c; Texas, per-bu. box, $1.76.
ONIONS Colorado, yellow and red, lic
per lb.; Teaes, In crates, white, $1.76; yel-
lowi-!l--. . ao.
RADISHES Per doa. bunches. 36c.
CABBAOE-Csliforhla. 2lj4o per lb.
CAULIFLOWER Per doa. heads, $1.69
OLD VKUKTABLKD, M
pnTATOKJt Home crown, cer ' bu., 6WfJ
0c; South Dakota, per bu., 9nc; Colorado,
NAVY H15ANB rer du., ti.ae; iu. a, a.te
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 6s-c.
riATG-Bper hoi of 30-lb Dkat.. $2 00;
Halloween, In 70-la boxea. per box, c;
Bayers,, per lb.. 4c; walnut stuffed. 1-lb.
pkgs., $2.00 per doa.; I-lb. boxea, $1.00.
ORANGE Csllfomla, extra fancy
navels. Urge eises. $4 2636 no; Mediter
ranean sweets, an sixes, aawfr-""- i . .
LEMONS LI monters, extra fancy.' 244)
sise. $8.fW: 300 to 3fi0 slxe. $7.00.
FIUS California, per 10-10. carton,
8fic; Imported Smyrna, three-crown, uc;
BANANAS Per medium eieed bunch, Ii.Ti
Cf2 26; Jumbos $3 SOCIO,
fllHjAfflmK,o ixaa . anti e,
CHERRIES California, $3.00 rr 8-lb. boi
sour cherries, 24-o.t. crate. $2.26ttf2.M
ltKirr rt'TS No. 1 ribs. 11c: No. I rlba.
aw-; No. I ribs, 7W-: No. 1 loH, 14Hc; No. t
ir,it i;w: No. I loin. UWc: No. 1 chuck.
(So; No. $ chuck, tc; No. 3 chuck, 5c; No.
!JJ 1 round. 8c; No. 2 round, 7c; No. I round,
TSc; No. l plate, c; iso. piate, o; o.
I plate, 2'iC
CIDER Per keg. $3 75, per bnl., $8.78.
HONEY New. per 24 Ibe., $3 60.
CHEESE Swlaa. new. lso: Wlwonin
44 brick, 12c; Wisconsin limberger, lie; twins,
' 13H-e; Young Americana, 16c.
41S I k-i'to 'wl-elnuio No 1 soft ahella new
1 rrr,n ner lb.. lkVac: hard shells, ner lb..
13c. Pecans, large, per lb.. 14c; email.
v. ir lb., 12c. Peanuts per lb.. V; roaeted,
"w 1, ih' to hin w.in.t. rw.r it nwitiw,
ner lb., sc. Chill walnuts, per lb.. 13C JW
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
shells, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuts, $4 per seek
SVGA. Granulated cane. In bbla
$6.06; granulated cane, tu sacks. $5.01;
granulated. In sacks. 14.91.
SYRUP In barrels. 24c per gaL; In
cases, 4 10-lb. rana. $170; cases, 11 6-lb.
rana. II 80; rasas, 24 3H-lb. cans, $1 16.
COFFEE Roaated, No. 16. 26 We per lb :
No. $0. 20Hc per lb.; No. 26. l$He per lb ;
No. to. liVtjC per lb.; No. II, ltvte per lb.
CURED FISH Family whlteflsh. per V,
bbl., 100 lbs., $4 $: Norway mackerel, per
bbl., $04 ibe.. bloaters, $44 09; No. 1, 111 09;
No. 2. 114 o; No. 3, 110.00: Irish, No. 2,
$1100; barring. In bhls., 204 lbs. each.
Norway, 4k. $11.40: Norway. Ik. $1$ 00;
Holland, mixed. 111.64; Holland herring,
in kegs, milkers. 10c; kegs, mixed, lea
CANN'F.D GOODS Corn, standard weat
arn, 66IJ IOc; Maine, $1.16. Tomatoes, 8-lb.
cana. 11.2601 50; t-lb., 97HrOl 00. Pino
apples, grated, I-lb, $3.06 9 3 $0; sliced.
II 904)1 it. Gallon apples, fancy, $190;
California apricots. 11.4083.00; pears,
- fr I H C. Peaches. It. 0t t.. Alaska salmon.
11.756 3 60; peacha, fancy, $1.78 O 8. 4e;
red. 11.26; fancy cninrox, t ., II. 10; rancy
sockeye. F, $1 91; sardines. oil. $2 60;
V mustard. 12 600$ 18. Sweet potatoee,
$1. 164)1. 16; eauer kraut, $1.94: pumpkina,
$9c4)$l0; wax beana. 3-lb., 76090c; llmx
beans, 3-lb., 76r$tllll; spinach, $136;
cheap peas, t-lb.. $4e; extra, T$99oi
taaor. fl liai.Ta.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK J ARRET
Tt Cattle 8troarer fat Week, While
Stocktra Are Lower.
HOGS ALSO HIGHER FOR THE WEEK
aeea aaa laaalta Geaerally Qaee
aarter Higher far the
Week, with the Deataaa
SOCTH OMAHA. June . !"
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... t.7tt 4.041 l,!ut
limriHl Tuesriuv ...
Oftlclal Thursday .
Official Saturday ..
Two weeks ago
rnree weeks ago..
Four weeks sgo...
Same week Isst year.. ..18.378
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO UA1E.
The following table shows the recelpte
of cattle, hogs and sheep et South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with laet
yeer: lpft6 US. Inc.
Cattle 414,731 - 374.8K 48.M8
Hogs 1.224.728 1,087.422 1 27.3t4
Sheep TJa.MI 9,S4 41,182
CATTI B QUOTATIONS.
The following will show the prices psld
for the different kinds of cattla on the
South Omaha market:
flood to choice corn-fed eteere....$4-9"4
Fair to good corn-fed steers 4 .efJf-4 90
Common to fair corn-fed steera.... 4.1X1434.80
Good to choice cowa and half era... 4 0"tM W
Fair to good cowa and heifers 3.flO'n4.00
Common to fslr cows and heifers. 1.753 00
Good to choice stockers St. feeders 4.oedj4.30
Fair to good stockers and feeders 8 6.4.O0
Common to felr atockere 8.03.o0
Bulls, stags, etc.
Veal calves 4.00 Si
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the laet
several days, with comparisons:
Date, j lrue, l.!l)4.lo.,l(tt.im.lwo.
May 26... I $ Xl I i 4 34! $ 04
e I $ 61
$ e$i e
May 28... 6 2 6 19; 4 Jti 5 18
May 27... 1
6 17 4 47 6 77
97 t m
7 02 1 6 63!
7 10: $ 2
May 23... 26,
e I 4 49l 6 72
May v. ,
$13. e 1 8 7Q
a 11 1 n a.i, o si
6 8 4 8a
6 9 4 83
6 701 4 89
I 18 4 60!
284j I 69' 4 631 t 3
30M t 1! 4 49 07 7 071
I 70 e
6 1 4 491 t 7 IS
3(S4 I 4 55
&V I 21 e
$ 294,1 $ 23, 4 64
6 88 7 1 I 71 4 83
6 76 7 201
6 70 4 91
6 71 4 94
4 75i 4 93
6 78' 6 02
6 78i 7 15
S S6SI 5 26
$ km a
4 68 e T
4 88 I 80 '
4 7o I 86 7
RANGE) Or PRICES.
Omaha ., $l.aurp.no $tl.(Witi 44
Chicago l.o.O0 i.amHeO
Kansas City ;.2f6.W) 6.oO'(1l.5o
St. lxiuis 2.0".00 6.7it .56
Sioux City $.00(&.10 .2f.4,40
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H sea
t. M. aV St. P.
Missouri Pacific. .
C. N. W., east..
C ft N. W west . .
C , St. P., M. ft O. .
C, ft. ft Q., east. .
C, R. ft Q , Wfst. .
C, R. I ft P., east.
Chi. Ot. Western..
The disposition of the day'e receipts was
ae follows, each buyer purchasing the
number ot head indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 1.681
Swift and Company 3,889 ...
Cudahy Packing Co 1 3.175 613
Armour A Co .t - 3,103 ...
Cudahy pkg. Co., K. C. . 69
Cudahy pkg. Co., c'try 800
Sol Iegan 9 ....
Kingman Pkg, Co..
Totals .". .......990
CATTLE There, was no market today.
aa usual, on a Saturday, the fresh receipts
not peing sufficient to attract any atten
tion. The recelpte this week have been
fairly liberal, considering the very unfa
vorable reports regarding the market thnt
have been aent out from day to day,
which have been of a character to dis
courage ahlppers from sending In their
cattle. The total talis short of the pre
vious week by a few over 1.000 head, but
aa. compared with a year ago there le 4
decrease of about 2.000 head.
The week started out with the beef
steer market in a very much depressed
condition. On Monday and Tuesday buy
ers did not appear to care whether they
got any cattle or not and the trade wae
a drug from etart to flnleh. On Wednes
day the market took on a decidedly better
tone, the demand being more urgent, with
prices showing a tendency toward firm
ness. This condition prevailed during the
Isst three market days of the week, so
that at the cloae of (he week prices ar
a little stronger on all desirable kinds of
beef steers than they were one week ago.
Common end inferior grades, however,
continued slow sale, with buyers reluctant
to take them. The feeling among opera
tore on the market is that such improve
ment, as has tsken place has been tue 'o
a considerable extent to the moderate re
ceipts, which have given packers an op
portunity to clean up tnelr surplus prod
ucts. So long as the violent agitation re
garding the wholesomeneas of packing
house products continues no one antiel
patea any very great or permanent Im
provement In the market and no one In
terested on the selling side would like to
see any very big runs of cattla for some
little time to come.
Cows and heifers have been In about
the aame condition aa beef steers. On
Monday and Tuesday the trade was ex
tremely dull, but during the latter part
of the week the better gradea strengthened
up somewhat, closing the week a little be- .
ter. Common and grassy kinds of cows,
however, did not participate In -the Im
provement, but have been a drug all the
week, and unless all signs fsll they are
likely to sen gtiu lower in the near fu
ture. Stockers and. feeders, fortunately, have
been in light receipt all the week and yet
not light enough to prevent a break In
the market. It will' be understood that
prices on both stockers and feeders ha"
been very high - for sometime back and
that the season of the year haa arrived
when it la only natural to expect a very
material decreaee in the demand, togethr
with a much lower range of prices.
so few cattle have been coming that nft
great change waa noted on any one day
during the week, still prices kept drop
ing Oft until now tney are at least 2sJ
lower than a week ago.
HOOS There waa no material chanae
In the hog market today. In fact, for
three daya In succession hogs have sol
In lust about the same notches. The
trade this morning wss active and steady
With yesterday, the greet big bulk of all
the hogs selling at $1.3641 4 37 the same
as yesterday, with a sprinkling at $4 4)
and some of the best loada at $4.41 U.
Everything was sold and weighed up In
erv good aeason In the morning.
The recelpte of hogs this week have
shown a very heevy falling off ae com
pared with laet week and with the corre
sponding week of a year ago. At trie aame
time the local demand has been very good,
so that this market has been In a very
strong position all the week. During the
first half of the week prlcea tended up
ward rapldlv and the advance made wss
".VarlcTa iri . ZZr
I At the cloaa today pricee ere on an aver
maintained auring tne ieian-e or tne wees.
see a strong lie msher tnsn at the close
of laat week and only 16c lower than the
extreme high point of the year.
Ne. N. aa. "r No. A. ak. Pr.
II 141 ... I II tl Ill ... I ITS
TT Md SO 4 K) T4 141 St I ITS
M IM 41 4 MS " 11 4t I ITS
Tl 111 44 I II 40 Ml Mt I ITS
M 1TI tt I 14 Tt 144 IM I I7t,
tl NI ... IM Tl .......HO too ns
fn lot ... 4 ii tt ne ne i its
10 Itt 44 4 M Tl ia 44 I ITS
li ne ... Ill Tt u.4 at 4 r,
II IM 144 4 H TT tut . . 4 I7S
Tt ire at 6 kt et rw at I trs
tt IM ... II Tl 144 ... I ITS
4 ws him it ii4 at i rw
tt Ml IM I M Tl UT ... 4 ITS
47 Ml tt 4 II It M4 IM I 17 S
II 114 lie 4 M , l 114 ... 4 17',
44 111. 44 I 14 41 2A1 M I ITS
lit lot ... I M 44 IM ... 4 7U
47 IM . . let Tl ..Ill ;j I ITw
TT Ill IS III . 44 lit 110 I tt
44 tul 40 I et Tt IM ... I ae
a tat let I at ti i ... i ta
TT Ill 144 4 li Tl 144 40 I 44
Tl If ... 4 II 141 M 4 44
It. ...... .lot lie ll Tl 44 4 44
44 fSI t 4 ITS 41 H4 110 I 44
77 Ill I ITS tl M4 44 I US
SHEEP Today 'a recelpte consisted of
two cars, shipped direct to a parking
bouse and net offered for aale; and a
mall bunch ef lambs sold la the couatrv
yesterday and driven la ta be weighed us
today. In other words, there waa nothing
on the open market to make A test of
As noted from day lo dsv, the sheep
and lamb market this week 'has been lit
very satisfactory condition. Values hsve
been steady to strong every day, so thst
r-lces hsve gradually tended upward.
Ight receipts and better report e from
eastern points hsve contributed to the
i renew h of the market. At the close of
the week It la safe to ntiote an advance) ftu
the general run of stuff amounting o
rlghl sround 26e. While this Is not ss
much advance as Is reported from Chi
cago, it must be kern In mind- thst the
market here did not Oecilne as much as
did Chicago and hence there waa not ae
much room for an advance.
Aa hinted above, receipts this week have
been very light, showing a falling off
from the week before and a still larger
street, permanent walk, aa this Monday,
decrease as compared with a year ago. A
large proportion of the arrlvala haa been
made up of trashy stuff; that ie, the
clean-up of feed lots, odds end ends.
Anything really good hss sold exceedingly
well. The first grass sheep of the sesson
foi this market put In an appearance thla
week. Thev were heavv I'tah wethere of
pretty decent quality, but coarse. Thev
sold at IK.82H i 1.88. the highest price on
record for sheep of that kind, which will
give some Idea of the very strong posi
tion occupied by this market. That tbe
st anon for range sheep should open out so
auspiciously Is regsrde.l ss a very good
Indication by sellers of sheep operating
on this market. '
Quotations on clipped stock: Good to
choice western lambs. $.e0: fair to
good lambs. 8 0v4J $.21; cult lambs, $4 5
6 1.26: good to choice vearllnsa. 18 78 0
125; fair to good yearlings. 18. 6001. 7k;
good to ciiolc
liolce wethers. 15.7101.16; fair
to good wethers, IS 6006.76; got
choice ewes, $6.69 8)5.76: fatr ta good
14 1698.60; bucks, $4. 3604.76.
No. Ar. Pr.
2 western ewea 90 6 28
611 weetern lambs 71 $ 10
CHICAGO LI YR STOCK MARKET
tattle aad Hogs gteady Sheep aad
. . . . lamki StraasT.
CHICAGO, June 9. CATTLE Receipts,
3tK head; market steady: beeves, $4.10ff6.00;
cows and heifers. $1.8udjk.90; calves, .009
7.B ; stockers and feeders, 32 7bT4.7.
HOGS Receipts. 11,000 head; estimated
Monday, 4..WM head: market steady; mixed
and butchers, $ Jca40; good heavy, $6.6f
8 60; rough heavv. M3MW.40: light. 16 IVJ
$6o; pigs, $5.S0; bulk of sales, tt47W
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 4.0OO
nean; maraet strong; sneep, .ieos.xo
yearlings, I6.754J.40; lambs, $6.507.10.
Kew Yark Live Stark Market.
NEW TORK, June 9. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 2na head; none on ssle; market
feeling steady; . dressed beef rather slow
at 7-S'4c per pound for natl e eldes. Latest
cables from London and Liverpool quoted
the market higher; live cattle selling at
ll-fj-lVVic per pound dressed weight; re
frigerator beef, 8469v,c. Exports today,
l.fMO cattle and 7.674 quarters of beer.
CALVES ReceiDts. none: no trading:
market feeling steady; city dressed veals
In good demand at 8-ffllc per pound: coun
try dressed, 9$9Hc; d re seed buttermilks,
HOGS Receipts, 3,936 head; none on
aale; market feeling nominally fair.
8HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.940
head; market for sheep active and firm;
yesrllngs 16c higher: lsmbs strong to a
fraction higher; eheep eold et $4.fit4io.60 per
100 pounds; yearlings, $8.40g7.60; lambs, 8(f
9c; dressed mutton Arm at 9HV3'12c per
pound; dressed lambs In active demand
at 134Jle; dressed yearlings, 124313HC
Kansas City Live Block Market.
KANSAS CITY. June 9. CATTLE Re
celpte, 2li4 head; market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, $s.36a.to
fair to good, 34.264f6.36; western fed steers
Ift.tXOTo.L'b: stockers and feeders, iz.fXKat.wi
southern steers, $3.26ro4.90; southern cow.
'Ao-o.76: native cows, $2. 504. M; native
neirei.- ti.dfvritj.il): bulls. 32.6tXFt.0U; calves,
$3.oo$4;.5t. Receipts for the week, 31,800
HOGS Receipts. I.tjtiO head; market
steady; top. $6 60: bulk of sales. $s.36.46
heavy. $4360: packers. $6 36t3.47H; pigs
and lights. $5.60fj.4ii. Receipts for the
SHEEP AND I.AM US-Receipts 300 head
market nominally : .tadv: native lambs
$6.60tg7.60; fed sheep and yearlings. $5,004?
4o; xexas cupped yearlings, a.7W3.2o
Texas clipped sheep, 15.006.80: Texas
goats, $3.26&K).9; stockers and feeders, $3.35
ajo.w. neceipts ror tne week, 21,300.
Ut. Lavt-, Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. June 9 CATTt.K Re,
t-elpte. 100 head: no Texana; market
ateady; native shipping and export steers,
4.;.j o.ou; areaawa beer and bun he
steers, $3.$04J5.0; steers under 1.000
pounns. 8.264V4.66 stockers and feeders,
$2.6004.40; cows snd heifers. $2,104)
4.00: canners. ll.60fJ2.25: hulls. 12.40 ie
4 00; calves, I3.004j4.50; Texaa and Indian
steers, $3.0004.76; cows and heifers, $2.00
HOGS Receipts. 1.600 tiead; rriarke
eteadv; nigs and Hunts. 15. 6006.35: nark
ers. 5 76ffj $.46; butchers and best heavy
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 6XT)
nesu; market strong; native muttons
13.0096.10: lamba, $6,004)7.90; culls and
ducks. id.D0WH.no; stockers, $2.00(o6.00,
St. Jeseph Live Mtork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. June . CATTLE Rc
ceipts. 1 fiO head; market atead ; natlveH
14 uutr cows and heifers, $1.761)4.60;
stockers and feeders, 1100ft 4.36.
HOOS Receipts, 8.821 head; market
steady: light mixed. II.26&6 40; medium
and heavy, $4.30 v 6.47 V,.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 62
head; market steady.
aieax City Live f4ork Market.
SIOl'X CITY. June 9.-fSpeclal Telegram.i
CATTLE Receipts. 100 head; market
steaay; neevea. 4.ut"tr.li; cows, bulls and
mixed, $3.0004.60; slockers and feedera,
$3.60tr4.26; calve and yearlings. $3.00&4.10.
HOGS Receipts. 4.406 head; market about
stesdy; selling at $.2fvHtfi.40; bulk of sales,
Ktork la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the alx princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 331 11.462 363
Sioux City 100 6.400
Kansas City 2110 6.000 200
St. Joseph 160 8.821 62
St. Louis 100 2.000 too
Chicago 300 13.000 4.000
..1.191 48.173 6,n$
Oils aad Rosla.
NEW TORK. June 9. OILS Cottonseed,
easy; prime crude, f. o. h. mills. S-yq.Wic;
prime yellow, 3GS7s. Petroleum, steady:
refined. New York. $7.90; Philadelphia and
Baltimore, $7.75; in bulk. $4.65. Turpentine,
ROSIN Steady; strained, common to
good. $4.004406. .
OIL CITY. June 9 OILS Credit bslances,
$1.84. Shipments, ao,391 bhls., average, 64.747
bbls.; runs, K9.742 bhls., average 62.014 bbls.
Shipments, Lima, 5,613 bhls., average tio.flo
bnis.; rune, Lima, 44,610 bbls., average 36,690
SAVANNAH. June .-OIL-Turpentliit
firm. 57nC. ,
ROSIN Firm: A, B. C. $3 g. 0: D. $3 HO
153.70; E. $3 8434.00; F. HKVW; G, 14 00'a
4.10; H, 84 .10; f. $4.16: K. $4 36; M, $4.65; W,
G $4 90; W. W.. $..
Evaporated Apples aa Dried Fralts.
NEW YORK. June 9. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market la quiet, with very lit
tle business reported, so far ss the spot
situation Is concerned. Htrictlv prime
are quoted at 11c, choice at llHJ11ic
and fancy at 11 4 4 lie. Prunes continue
quiet on snot, with quolatlona ranging
from 74tj'8.c. Apricots are sparlngly
ofTered. as future shipment and spot quo
tations are maintained. Choice are quoted
at li"4e. extra cholre at 134j13Uf and
fancy at llQ14V,c. Peaches are firm on
both spot and futures, with choice quoted
at 11c on spot, extra choice at 11 S 4 11 Vc.
fancy at 11V ft 12c and extra fanrv at 1
QlIHc. Raisins are quiet, with loose
muscatel quoted at 4 4 Sc. seeded
raisins at lleiSf and London layers at
agar aad Melasaes.
NEW YORK. June 9 STOAR-Raw.
firm; fair refining. I 15-16aJ 81-32c; centri
fugal. 98 tent, 3 16-32jrDVkr; molasses sugar,
2 11-16412 2332c. Refined, ateady; No. I.
4 10c: No. 7. 4 06e; No. 8. 4 00c; No. 9. 3.96c;
No. 10. 3 90c: No. 11. 3 86c; No. 12. 3 8uc: No.
18. 3.76c; No. 14c. 8.76c; confectioners' A.
4.46c; mould A. 4 96c: cut loaf. 6 .-; crushed.
630c; powdered, 4.70r; granulated, 4.40c;
MOLASSE8 Steady; New Orleans, open
kettt.. good to choice, StVfiaSc.
NEW ORLEANS. June .-8fOAR
Quiet; optn kettle, centrifugal. 163 7-ltic;
centrifugal whites, 3V", yellows, 3S&4Vc;
NEW YORK. June 9 COTTON The spot
marks! cloned Arm w-h prices unchanged
on the basis of 11 Wc for middling uplands
and 11 46c- for middling gulf. Salea were
ST. LOl'IS, June I.-COTTON-Mlddlli.g.
Uc. Rales, a6 bales; receiuts. 11 Rales; ship
ments. Dun bales: stock. XOT'J bales
KaW ORLEANS. June . COTTON-f pot
market tie sad steady. Bales. 760 bales. Low
nrdlnarY, 7i nominal: orrtlnury, fie, aom-
Inal; good ordlnsrv, OH-lt-c; low ntlortllng,
lOSc; middling. 11c: good middling, 11V;
middling fair. 11 'c: fslr. live. Receipts,
890 bales; stock, 8.41l bales.
LONDON. June -WOOL- Ths ar
rivals of wool for the fourth aeries of
tictlon sales amount to 1 17.488 bales. In
ludlng 68.600 bales forwarded direct to)
pinners. The imports this week were:
New louth Wales. 1.782 bales; Queens
land. 273 bales; Victoria, 1,20 bales;
8011th Australia. 1.642 bales) Taemanl.-t,
66 bales; New Zetland. 4.12$ beles; Catia
m "i 1 1 T .... V: 1 1 lift I, . I ' TJ n tn
bay, $7$ bales; various. 711 bales.
ST. LOrif. June WOOL Steady:
medium grades, combing and clothing, 24
V lc; light fine, zoti j.'c; neavy one, is
tyllc; tub washed. 33tlc.
NEW YORK. June . MKTAI.S There
wee but little business In the metal mar-
rta today, trading being restricted or
he absence f I,ondoii rabies. Tin wae
im, at $40 00040 18. Copper waa nrm
nd unchanged, at I1I76W 19.00 for lake.
18 87 HB 18.69 for elactrolytio ana iis.in
18 37H for casting. Lead wae un
changed, at $6,76 0 MS, and spelter at
6 0004.10. Iron was aulet at recant
"1,"- . . ....
kt. wins, June 9. BKrij!" new,
rm at $6 90; apeltar, firm at $4.v.
NEW YORK. June . COITTBBV-Martat -
for futurea opened eteady at a deeline c4
6'tflO points on response te lower cables.
Interior Santos recelpte were UgM aa4
there wae comparatively little coffee fop
sle here. Tne market rallied atmner
the middle of the moraine? on covering or
shorts, with the close set net unehang-ndl
to t points lower. Salea were reported ef
81 .one bags. Including
rig BepteniKer at
loo and May ai iffttft
et; No. f Invoioe, oa
snc; December at e.t
90c. Spot Rio, quiet;
Baak af Otrmaay StanlesaeBa,
BERLIN. June 9 -The weekly tgsmertt
of the Imperial Bank of Oarraavny eboWg
the following changes: Cash In hand, dee
crease, 13l.9eo.000 marks; treasury notea, Ins
crease. 880.001 marks; aeoanuea. a crease.
$4,180,000 marks; notes In circulation, fAae
crease, 86, 100,000 marks.
RUBBER HEELS FOR TENANTS
mmm. V -
Oaa ladlard's Way at Kaaptagr HU
Hoase Fall, Nalseleea eaaiet
There la at least one landlord in Hartam
who hu solved the problem . ef keeping
his house full of quiet tenants who will
not complain of the notae overhead. Hia
method waa discovered quite by accident
when a new tenant applied tor Sv leaaa ou
the etrtng of rooms known aa ft flat In thla
All the necessary formalities about ref
erences, finances, etc., had been ' satis
factorily gone through ' with, when the
new tenant obearved an extra clause type
written In the printed form of leaae.
"Whafa that for?" he Inquired.
"Read it and see," answered the land
lord. "That Is for ycur protection aa well
aa for that of the tenajite under you. . It
explains Itself merely an obligation on
your part to wear rubber heela on all your
ehoes, and requiring every tjiember of
your family to do likewise. Oh never
mind the expense the leaae, you will ob
serve, requires me to furnish you with ,
the heels, so It costs you nothing."
The tenant read the following clause
pointed out in the lease by the landlord:
And it la hereby further agreed that the ,
said party of the second part (the. tenant)
obligates himself and the members of hla
family to wear and use only shoes equipped
with rubber heels, and the said party of the -first
part (the landlord) hereby -agrees to
pay the expense of fitting rubber- heela to
all ahoea regularly worn by the tenant aad
the members of hla family, provkked that
auch heela shall be fitted only at a shop
to be designated ty the party ot the first
The prospective tenant could only artlo-
"But suppose I .refuse to wear rubber
"In that case ws wtll bar net difficulty
in finding someone else who will."
answered the landlord. "This clause la my
own Idea and is Inserted to guard against
noise from the flat -above an evil which
you must admit Is one of the greatest an
noyances of life in a flat In New York.
"People who wear rubber - heels walk
noiselessly. Not only are rubber - heels
comfortable and noiseless, but you will
find many physicians who advocate them
for all ordinary walking, on the score of
the nervous ahocka which are avoided by
"I have made an arrangement with a
shoemaker near my building, who fits all
the shoes of my tenants with rubber heels
at a reduced rate, and I pay the bills. It
costs me something like 35 a month but
for that I get about fifteen palra of rubber
heela put on, and when they wear out, I am
willing to pay M. Mew ones. , " . '
"The beet possible proof of the practical
utility of my scha ' that my flats are
always rented, and the psrtlculsr one. that
you are asking about Is the only vaoant
flat in my building. However, If you don't .
want to wear rubber heela, say no more, for
I have had three other Inqulrlee today
about the flat and have no doubt but I will
rent It by tomorow night."
"Say no more," responded the prospec
tive tenant, "I have never worn rubber
heels before, but I am willing to try them.
The people In the flat below me msy have
been worried by the noise I made quite as
much as the 'people above) have been
worrying me with' their infernal racket.
By all means let us have a law passed com
pelling every one who Uvea In a flat to
wear rubber heels. The next thing Will be
rubber eoled pianos but I guess that dream
will never come true." New . York Bun.
Bee Want Ada Produce Resulta
REAL E STATU ,TAift1MllS.
Lacey J. Patterson end wife to John .
C. Nelson, lot 9. Field Club Sub.,
part of lot 3, Griffin 6V Smith's add. ..$1,19)
Zora I. Shields to D. V. bnoloS Co.,
north S lota 17. 18; east 61 feet of
lot 16, block 6. Griffin A Smith's Bub.. L104
Eugene B. Chapman to Augustus D.
, Cloud, lot 4 and 37, MayneTs add. to
Orchard Hill 1,104)
Algernon 8. Patrick to Harvey . O.
Blair, lot 6, block 1, A. B. Patrick a
add t 664
Ltxate Blardy. et al., to Samuel Sple- .
gal. south H lot t block 1, Hor
bach's Third add 1,304)
Caroline and John Mallek to Emeet
Oilmin. et al., nws of nw4 of ne4
south Vi of nw'4, south H of nwli.
east H of sw4 and the nws, cf
swi of 23-16-10 aSCeW
Alnney'J. Rust, et el., to Chicago AV
Northwestern Rsllway Co.. north 83
feet of lot 8, block 7. city ot Omaha.. Mr
V. Farnam Smith & Go.
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