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THE OMAHA SUXPAY BEE: JUNB 24. 190(T.
IM1IIA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Good Beevei Show Soma Imprortment
for th Week.
HOGS HIGHER FOR WEEK, LOWER TODAY
hel Ualii rttrane; ana Aetla
' V.rrry Day Market All
Kind (i fork I Very Good
4 ondltloa for Week.
(niTM OMAHA. June 83. 1.
ofTfrlsl Monday ...
OUlrlnl Tueedsy ...
Official Thursday .
21. U 1.414
7S.101 13. i
M.752 I i;t
-.Thin Week' H 32.
Ult wek.,..7..., 17.753
Week before.'. 17.r7
Three week ago.'. ,..12.733
Feur weeks agn 19.3"4
wek laxt year. . . . J0.237
)'he following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
'or the year to date, compared with last
year: i lira. 1. Inc.
t attle 4W.:W0 413.172 42.18
Hogs 1.372.S21 1.2JUI2 1 .-"
Sheep 74.84 7H.606 2M72
' The following will show th prlrea paid
for the different klnd.i of. cettt on th
South Omaha market:
ond tr rhirtrc corn-fed ateera 24 .M
fulr to good rorn-fed ateera 4.o4.
Cemmoii to fair corn-fed ateera.... 4 0"4i4 0
Oood to choice now and helfera.. 4 oorti4.il
Fair to gnon Cow and heifer.. 2.3504 00
Common to fair row and heifer., l.'--
"jood to choice etnckrr & feeders. 2 7f.i4 15
Fair to gyd Mo-kerf and feeder. 3.2.VnS.7
Common to fair stockers LOOMl
Bon. rg, etc..........'..:. ti&
Veal calve 4.CC4J4.2S
The following table how th average
price of hog at South Omaha for the lt
several days, with comparison:
. Date.- t i rr ; i ys .".i 904 7; l s7. i . ! 1 901 . . i aoo
I 34V i 13
e so' & i
27H I 12
34, 5 19
J M SO.
1 96i 7 23
2 97f 7 2
5 94 7 45;
6 Wi 7 131
t 24; i
t 72 7 49
i 3 i
i I 11
!....:.. I 5 15i
RANGE OF PRICES,
i' : . . Cattle. Hog.
Omaha , ; 22.Ofl.a) 25. OOtt 45
Chlrsgo . ..' 13n;4 00 6.4vJ.0
Ktuisa City . ootid. 7 5.50ig.47V4
St. lOUia toura & 6 76"t i
Sioux City 3 0006 10 .25i.40
The official number of iri of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hog. Bheep. h im.
C, M. 4b 8t. T. Hy..
Mo. P. Ry
I'. P. sytem .
V N. W. (east) ..
C.' N. W. ivnll ....
t.-. 8t. P.. M. ft O....
C' H. A Q. (east) ....
C. B. A Q. (West) ...
K.' C. 4 8t. J
Cfilra-go Qt. Western.
Total receipt .... 7 105 2 1
L'lie disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing th num-
lie.f of head indlcaled:
Buverr- Cattle. Hon.
iniaha PayklnB.Co. l.t-7
iSwiff and. Company ... 1,U3
CtMlhy , Packing; Co , 2, -W0
Armour Co.' :....'.. .... 1,776
COdahy Tkf;. go., .from K. C.. : 9.
IvlriKsn .' ......... ..... 42
Kowrteo Packing; CO 'J46
tjiher uyer 13 .....
'.Toial' 105 .1,892
"JX?ATTIjE1 There were no fresh 'receipt
of cattle today- of any consequence and all
rnat could be said regarding the current
day's market. 1 .to -quote . It aa nominally
steady. -The receipt for the week, a will
be tinted from the table at the beginning
i'f this report, have been comparatively,
small, showing a slight decrease a oom
rard with Ut week and a etlll greater
deereaae aa compared with a year ago.
The fiicl 12 the' recelpta this week have
batnUhe smallest of any week since April.'
The quality df the cattle, a nitght be
expected at this season of the year, has
been quite good on an average. Die receipts
being made up almost entirely of corn-fed
The market on beef steers during the
wwek has shown no very great change In
any direction. . No very marked advance or
decline took place on any day during the
week, apch change aa did Ooour being de
scribed a steady to easier or eteady to
strong. At the close of the week the best
beef steers might be quoted as strung to
loc higher than last week, with the coarse,
heavy and unfinished cattle and grassy
kind ateady to lower.
Good dry lot cow and heifer have been
strong every day during th week for the
twdfold reason that the raoetpts have been
very light, while the demand has been ex
ceptionally good. Common grassy stock
hair been slow sale every day. being ne
glected for the better grades, flood 'fat
bulls have been good eellers. In f act have
sold as good as any time, but grass bull
for some reason or other do not appear to
be wanted, and reoetver of euoh have com
plained that It ha been hard work to move
them at satisfactory prices. VeaJ calves
have sold well all week, the best bringing
Hardly enough stockers and feeders have
lieen received from day to day to make a
lest of values or to oall it a market. The
tew received have sold at satisfactory prices
for this season of the year, but aa a mat
ter of fact there has been very little doing
In thle branch of th cattle trade.
HOOB Hogs opened 2Qo higher thta
morning, a few of th first strings going
at 24. 2544k 27H- Before very many had an
opportunity to take advantage of these
pricee th market came to a etandetlll.
packers announcing that they would buy
the Hogs at steady prices or leave them
ajone. For a time the trade was pretty
dull, sellers fighting hard for higher prices,
but In the end they had to cut loose In
about yesterday's notches. The close was
If anything a little easier than yesterday,
th laat hogs selling largely at 26.20. It
will be noted that the stronger sales on
th opening makes tb average market a
trifle stronger than yesterday. It will also
be noted that the hogs sold st a somewhat
wider range today. Operators on the mar
ket are beginning tn talk that there Is
likely to be a gradual spread In prices, as
buyers seem to be giving mors preference
to the heavy hogs of ood quality, while
light hog are becoming more plentiful
every day. especially In the southern mar
Irt the face of large receipts ths market
this week has been In very fair condition.
The weea started out with an advancs.
but Monday proved to be the high day and
prices gradually eased off. reaching the
low point of n ek on Thursday, when
the bos sold 10c lower thsn the close of
the previous wee, in recovery yester
day, and. today leave the market only 24
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demand haa been extremely good all th
week aad In apite of th very large recelpta
the hnge hava sold freely at current prices.
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HFKP Three cars were reported In this
morning, the most of them bought to r
rtv. They were weighed up St g"od trong
prices that were entirely satWarlorv to
the selling Interests. The receipts this wek
have been very email, showing a heavy
falling off a compared wtih last week
smsll run. and thev were less then one
third as large s a year ago The arrivals
for the most part have contted of tail-end
lode. that I, the clcsn-tip of the winters
feeding. There has rot been enough of
any one kind on sale sny rtsy to really
make a markt. still everything reoetved
has sold well, the market being qouted
strong every dsy.
Quotations on clipped stock: Good .to
choice western lamhs. 2.54i.?S: flr to
good lambs. 9.25ff5; cull lambs. 24.50
a 5.50: aood to cnoii vesrllngs. 14 nn
50; f.ilr to good yearlings. 5.7?.fi 0i;
good to choice wethers. H.ilai'; tsir in
good wethers, 95.754) 5 00; good to choice
ewes. 2 76?SO: fslr to -ood ewes, 2'0
tl 5 76; bucks. 24.2594 72.
No. A Pr
1 ewe cull i 70 2 5o
113 ewe culls "2 3 75
59 ewe cull "4 9 Mt
2ft western ewe cull " 4 Oft
1 wooled ewe 1w oo
177 western ewes 5 5 15'
2 western ewea 74 25
21 western ewes 91 2 25
2 cull lamb 5 5 50
22 western ewes 1 6 50
1 native ewe 1 5 00
26 yearling 74 5 35
113 western lamb 1 5
I spring lamb 70 7 50
Si spring lambs 54 5
CHICAGO I.IVR TO K N.tRKRt
Cattle and Sheep Steady Hogs Mow
CHICAGO. June 2l.-CATTI.K-Kvelpt,
1.6J0 head: market sleady: beeves,
U0; cow and heifer. $l.264.00; stockers
and feeder, 22.7ti4.56: calves. V.mf 25.
HOU8 Receipts, 18,000 head; estimated
Monday, 4o.orio head; market slow and
steady; mixed and butchers, 25 30&.li;
good heavv. 2.oOi.80; rough. 2a.20fft.40:
light, 2t.jr 65; pigs, 25.4ifti.30; bulk of
sales. 25 KXtJ.56.
SHEKP AND IAMBS-Recelpts. 2 W0
head; market steady: sheep, 23.50.2&j
yearling. 26.00g.50; lambs, 2S.50H7.5.
Kniaa ( It) Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. June 23.-CATTI.E-R-celpts.
600 head; market unchanged; choice
expqrt and dressed beef steers, 26.'JfSjo 0;
fair to good. 24.0UH5ft5.20; western fed steers,
23.o0iii6.au; stockers and feeders. 12MX0;
southern steers, 23.00rj4.75: southern cows,
91tiG.o0; native cows, 22 25"?ii450; native
heifers. 23.00Ti6.10; bulla, ti iMM 00; calves,
22.5me.00. Receipts for th Week, 3.,.)0
HOOS Receipts. 15tiO head; market
steady; top. 2.44: bulk of sales. 26 32 Wff
t ; heavy. 96.4rtS.47S: . packer, 26.3TpW
t 46, pig and light, 25.50if.40. Receipt for
the week, 71,100 head.
SHEEP AND 1.AMRB . Receipts, 300
head; market nominally steady; lambs. M.go
j7.&'i; fed sheep and yearlings. 25 0046.40;
Texas and Artsona clipped yearling, trioo-jr
7.00; Texas and Arlxona clipped sheep, 24. in
ilt.aO; Texas goats, 23.50m2.7b; stockers and
feeder. 23.26iS.00. Receipt for the week,
New York I.lve Stork Market.
NEW YORK. June 3 BE KVK8- Re
ceipt, IM) head: none on sale; feeling
nominally steady; dressed beef In fair de
mand, at 7VitRc per pound for ordinary
to choice native side. Cables from london
and Liverpool quote the market lower, live
cattle selling at lieilVo per pound dressed
weight; refrigerator beef, at 8c Kxports
today 1.100 head of cattle, 77 head of sheep
and 7,ao quarter of beef. Calves, receipts
none; titty state calves wer dtA.tatV, jiltt'
there was no demand today. . -
HOGS Receipts. 2.97-head: none on sale;
market fee 1 1 rut. nominally steady.
SHEEP AND LAMHS-Receipt. 4,548
head: sheeD more active and full steatiy
for all grades. Sheep sold at 24 50416 50
lambs. S7.2MiH.tiO. Dressed mutton stea-iy,
at 1910c per pound; dressed .'smbs active,
Uy&Wc per pound. i ...
..... . f - t
at, ltal Live stock HsrVt.
ST. LOUIS. June 23. -CATTLE Receipt.
2&U head. Including 900 Teaan; market
steady; native shipping and 'export steers,
94.80S6.R6: dressed tAef and butcher steers,
23.656. 10; ' steer under 1.000 lbs., 23.5004. 45;
stockers and feeder. 92.60M4.25: row ami
heifers, 92.O0iftA.26; canrters, 3l.tXKjre.00rmiIls,
$2.4094.00; calves. !.liV(j.60; Texas and In
dian steer, $3.00tTI4.M; cow 'and heifers.
HOOB Receipts, 1.500 head: market 6c
higher; pigs and lights, 2n.764ji'i.46; packer.
W lWfltS 56; butchers and best heavy, 26 a0ttt
8HBKP AND LAMBS None on sale.
' trt. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. June 23. CATTLE r- Re
ceipts, 74 head; steady; natives, 24.26Q6.60:
cows and heifer, $1.7584.50; stocker and
feeder. 3 otW4.lt,.
HOOS Receipts, 4.8S9 head: market steadv
to strong: light. 2.2&$.36; medium and
heavy. 2a.32l4trt.46; bulk of sales, 26.364it.45.
HHEKf AND LAMBS RereiDtS. 63o
head; market steady; lambs, 97.76.
Iowa City Live Stack Market.
SIOUX CITY. June 22 (Roeclal Tele-
t ram. CATTLE Receipts, 2u0 head; mar
t ateady to weaker; beeves, 94.00rd6.10;
qows. bulls and mixed. 22.004j4.50; stockers
And feedera, 23.464J4.30; calves and yearlings.
HOtiB KeceJptk. 4 200 head; market
stead)', eelling at t.l&40; bulk of sales.
Stack la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
. Jattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha .196 7. WUt 751
Sioux Olty am 4ftn
Kansas City 600 2.50
St. Joseph 74 4.SX9
St. Ixul 250 1 5.nl
Chicago 1,500 13.000
.2.220 31,677 4.686
KEW YORK GENERAL. MARKET
4)aotatIoa of the Day oa Yarloas
NEW YORK, June 23. FLOUR fie
ceipte 4,400 barrela: export 7.000 tmrreia-
salea 2,400 packagea. Market ateady to
mm, Dut auii. winter patenta, 34.001
4.20; winter strait. 23.90 0 4.10:' winter
extra, 32.9063 40; winter low grades, 22. 0
u .; juinnrsoi patents, It tt)t :; Min
nesota baker, 13. 46 3. 26. Ry flour dull
flr to good. 13.4564. 90, choice to fancy!
92. 95 a 4 16.
CORNM EAL Quiet; fine white and vel
lnw, 9120411.22: coarae, 91.10&1.12; kiln
dried. 92.90 H 2.00.
RYK Dull; No. 2 western 63c nomlnrtl
f. o. b. New York.
' WHEAT Receipt 13.000- bushel: ex
port 63.949 bushel; sales 260.000 bushels.
Spot market firm; No. 2 red. 954,c ele.
vator; No. 2 red, 95 4e f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth. 93Tc f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern Manitoba, 31 1 f. o. h.
afloat. There waa a firm undertone to
wheat all the forenoon and H to He ad
vance on proapert for bullish statistics
on Monday and rain tn harvesting districts.
Closing: July. 90c; September, I;
CORN Receipt 92.660 bushels; exports,
6:.0S6 bushels: spot market easy; No.
easy. bv elevator and 69c nominal
afloat; No. 2 yellow, 6,r: No. 2 whf...
60c. Option market wsi quiet aad without
transactions, closing c lower. Closing:
July. 63,c; September. 58'ic; December,
OATS Steady; receipts 40.200 bushels;
mixed oats, 21 to 32 pounds. 44c; natural
white. 30 to 33 pound. 42 6ic.
FEED Steady; spring bran, to arrive.
219 75: middlings, to arrlvi. 2.0 16.
HAT 8tedy; shipping, 6u4j'70c; good io
HOPS Quiet; Pacific coaat. 1905. 10
15c; 1904. IKTimr; old nominal; sisto,
common to choice, 1905. 9 (1 13c.
HIDES Stesdv; Galveston, 20 to t
pound. 20c; California. 21 to 25 pounds
2Jc: Texa dry. 24 to 20 pound. 19c.
LEATHER Steady; acid. 264J7He.
PROVISIONS Reef steady; family.
211 004911 20: mess. 99 501 9 00; beef hams.
220.60922 00: packet. 29 50A10 60 rut
meata steady: pickled bellies. 211.000
12 00; pickled shoulder. 22 004)2 25;
pickled hams. 212 00f 12 60. Ird quiet:
western prime. 93 20 nominal: refined
ateady; compound. 37 OUT 37 1 Pork
teady: family. 213 204919 00: abort clear.
914 7549 14 50; me. 917.00(917 20.
TALLOW Steady; city. 2c; country.
2 ft 6 W c. k
,.Rir.E Steady; domeatlc. flr to extra.
I v I V,c
BtTTERWeak; tret price extra
creamery. 2,143 21c: ornctal price, cream
erv. common to extra. 140inic
CHICK8K Strona new state full crenm
larse. fair to fsncv. lOtglOc: inall. In
fer! ir to fancv. alrlOWc.
F.OOS Steadv; weatern first, ltUCI7c:
western seconds. 15816c.
POt'LTRT-Llv. oulet; western broilers
'c: fowls. 13Wc: turkevs. neiv. lireed
trttr; western br,,r, i-,r':c; turkeys'
II IV; fowls. 1lftlji.v
NEW YORK STOCKS A BOSDSND
Leadint: Bpfcnlttit FtToritei Drop from
On to Thret Point.
PROFIT TAKING ON BANK STATEMENT
of Keallalaa; Order that Carrie
Prices Sharply Dnw
NEW TURK. June 23. Nothing wse
left today of tlie show of st length in yes
terday's stock market and price yielded
Slightly to the rloslnR. w hb-h was st tho
lowest of the dsy. with the declining ten
derry In full force and losses runtlsd
from 1 to more than 4 points for I- atiirr
speculative favorites. there was a i.i
mentary disposition to buy stocks for the
put pose of covering shorts annul the time
of the appearance of the favorable batiK
atatenient, but selling orders came Into lb"
market with Increnslng volume In the at
tempt to realise on the bank statement
and prices were carried sharply downward
throughout the list. The announcement or
the program of the administration at
W'Hshlngton for the prosecution of th
Standard Oil comrany was advanced as
tin- motive for the selling.
The demand to cover shorts, which was
largely responsible for yesterday' rise,
seemed to he mostly satisfied today and
the efforts to get out of stocks were re
newed. R. a O. was the sole example
of anything like strength In the market.
A technical short Interest-Is satu to exist
In this stock In consequence of sale
aeainst subscriptions to the new . Issue,
ertiHcates for which will not be deliv
ered until September. The bank statement
disclosed much more tlisn the expeeie i
RHln In cah and the surplus was helped
slso by the reduction In the loan Item.
These Increased resources will be required.
It Is believed, to meet demands next week
In preparation for July settlements. Ai
advance in- the London discount rate on
the apprehension of withdrawals of gold
from that market for Paris account, was
the only notable Incident In the money
and exchange situation.
Total sales of bonds, par value. t0,000.
The following are the quotation on the
Bales Hlti. Lew. Clono.
Amsrlrsa f, V W
American C V pM
Asietirin Cotton Oil
Am. i.'ettss on pfd
American H. A L. afl
American lea, aecurttlaa. . . .
Americas Ltnaran Oil
Am. I.lnseea OH pM
Am. l.ocomotlve pfl
Amarlran . A K
Am: 1 R. ltd
American suiar Raflnlnc ..
Am. Teharro pfrl etfa
Anaconda Mlnini ('
Atlantic Coaat Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Baltimore A Ohio ptd .....
Brooklrs Rapid Transit....
I'entral of New Jeraay
Ohaaepeaka aV Ohio
t'lilcafo A Alton
rhk-aao Alton ptd
Chh-aao Ureat Walars
Chicago A Norlhwaatam . . .
l hli-ao. Mil. A St. F
I'hlcaio T. A T
(Mllcaio T. A T. pfd
('., C. ('. A at. Lailla
Colorado Fual A Iron
Colorado A Southarn.
Colorado A So. lat p'd
Colorado A Bo. Id pfd
Corn PTodncta pfd
Itetasara A; Hudaon
Ualaware. I.. A W
lenTsr A Rio Grande
IMnerr A H.C. pfd. ...
Krlo IM pfd,...
Kria 2d pfd
International . Papar pfd
International Pump pfd
Iowa Central pfd..
Kanasa city Bouthern
Kanaaa City go. pfd
Leulavllle. A Nashville.....
Minneapolis A Bt. I-outa...
M., 81. P. A B. . M
M , Bt. P. A B. S. M. ptd .
Mlaaourl, Kanaaa A Texaa..
M , K. A T. uld
Natlesal Leart '
National K. K. st M. pfd..
New York Central
New York. O. A W
Norfolk A Weatern
Norfolk A W. pfd
Pet Hi- Mall
P . C . C A Bt. Louie
Pressed Steel Car
Preeaed Bteel Car pfd
Pullman false Car
Haadlni let pfd
Readlni 14 "P'4
Republic Steal pfd
Rock Island Co
Rock Island Cm. pfd
St. LAB. r. Id pfd
St. !xule Boulheeetern.;...
St. Louis I. W. pfd
So. Panic pfd
Bo. Railway pfd
Tennessee Coel 4k ' Iron
Teaaa A Pacific
Toledo, Bt.' U A W
T . St. I.. A W. pfd
t'nlon Pacific pfd
I ntted Btate Eiprees. . .-. . .
t'nlte Stales Realty
United Statea Rubber
I'. 1. kukber pfd
United Stales Steel
1' s. Steel pfd
Ve. -Carolina csemteal
Va. -Carolina Chemical pfd..
Wheellns A Lake Krlo
Wis (antral pfd
Central Leather pfd
Oreat Northern pfd
Interbnrouilt Met. pfd
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HO8TON. June 23 Call loans, 4ti per
cent. Time loan. 4?tv, per cent. Official
closing en stocks and bonds:
M Westing, rocsmoa
At on lens
. , Amalaamaied .....
'.lOlValAmerlran Zlne ...
Moatoa A Albany 146 V Atlantic
Boatoa A Maine
HI . IHInsham
Roetoa Klevaied ..
Meilras Cestrsl ..
S Y . N H A H
t'sfon Par lie
Amor. Ara. Cbers.
Amer. Pneu. Tube,
Amer. T A T ....
Amer. Woolen .....
'Iinmlnlnn I. A S.
Kdlaon Klee. lllu .
Masa. Electric ....
I'mted Shoe Mack.
.131 t el. A Hecla...
. 11V, Copper Rania ..
.114 lllaly Weat
. 14 iuranby
. llVi'lsle Knyale ....
. If, Masa Mlnini ..
IM IMnnt. c. A C.
. 14 Uld Oomlaloa ..
. ?l Parret
. lit, Shannon
. el's 'Tamarack
.1' t ailed Copper .
. 7t,'C. S. Mining...
10 l . B. Oil
liVi I tab
1. S. S'eel
de pfd ..
l.oadoa C'laslagr stacks.
IX)NDON. June 23. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange mere:
Consols, mosey ...
do pfd ..'
Baltimore A Ohio.
Canadian Per tftc .
Chee. A Okie
Chtiaee Gt. W
C. M A Bt. P
44 l-ll K. T. Central
.. US Norfolk A W
.. US- do pfd
..itS Ontario A W
. Ill . Rand Mlaaa
.. do lat pfd
.- IV do M pfd
..IM somhern Railway
.. 1TV, do pfd
.. 4444.Soutaera Panic ..
-. 11 It'alos Pacific
.. 44,t ao pfd
.. iiv,iU. fi. Steel
. . a
. . it
.. 1 1,
O AK. 0
1 do ptd
I ds let pfd
do Id pfd
lllisole r antral ...
! l.oui.rlle A Kaah.
M-. K. A T
pa a Is
f.lVy5?.B"r "'ly. 2-lSd per ounce.
MONK I 2 per cent.
in i .te of amount In the open market
fot- short bills I 2' per cent; for three
month' bill, 2V. per cent
WAHINiJTtN. June 13. Tolay's sUI.
iiiein of Hi tieasury balances in (he $en-
era I fund, exclusive of the liftn.Ann.ficn gold
reserve, shows; Available cash bslsnce.
31ttp.MaiK: gold coin ;:d bullion. 2.'iM..s7; 1
gold certlflcstes. 2:.572..
w lark vloney Market. I
NEW TURK. June 7J.-MriNF.T-On call. 1
nominal, no loan Time Inane, atesdy: i
sixfv tisvaand ninety days, 44j per cent; six -months.
& -er cent. 1
PR1MF. MF.nCANTlLK PAPER S 4J 2 4 ,
per cnt. 1
STKHi.INO KXt'llAVtiK Fesv t
94 S'in4T 4 M0 for demand and at 2(4222:
4f4 4J3! for stxtv day hills; posted rate. !
34 ;t 4 . commercisii blPs. ( 3.'4 4 .' '
SII.VKR Bar. 6Sttc; Mexican dollars.
HuNDS Government steady; railroad.,
Quotations on New York bond today !
were as follows:
V. B. ref. Ii. rg....lMi isran "x
do icitpon to Jaiisn . ;'d aeries...
1". . a. reg lrl , no 4',. .-ifa 4 ;
do inttpon let i do 2d series I'"e
V. S. old 4. re '.'A I.. A N unl 4s ''
I S new
in: , Van. c 4 IS I
re. 121, Mci. cenlrsl 4s nt, 1
it. let In.- 2"
iv, eiinn. A St. U 4s..
Am Tchacco 4....
4lchieon gen. 4s...
do adj. 4e
Atlantic c U 4a
Hal. A Ohio ...
Brk. R. T. c. 4e..
1 emral of Os Sa.
do lat Inc
do I'd Im
do Id In.-
t hen. A Ohio 4,e
Chlraso A A. !',
R. A Q n. 4s.
C . R. I. P.
do col. f4l
I'..', M . h T ts S I
do Is t 1
U t N ft R. of M c. 4a. Mv, i
IM N T. C. l .s v, ;
mi', N. J. c 1 la 1-"H '
7 No Pa.ldi (s in:. '
17 1 do 3s
I.IVN. c 4. ...
. I l. S. L rtd 4
Venn. conv. J'.s. ,
Heading pen. 4n.
.inf ,S. I.. A. I. M. c. is ..1141,
. i"l Si. L. ASF. f. 4e M
O0 S:. I.. B. W. c. 4s .... 77',
.,7 Seahosrd A L. 4s ... S7'a
II iSn. Pa. lflc 4. 12
CCC. A St. L
4s. .l'i2V,l do lis l rlt.
Colo. Ind. 4s. ser. A. 7 v, pli. Rallaav is.
wo aeries ts
Colorado Mid 4a
Colo. A Bo. 4a
n. a r. n. 4s ...
niatlllers' Bee. Is.
Frle p. 1. 4,
!Tea A P. la...
.. 71 ST.. St. L. A W.
. . 94 t'nlon Pa. Ifii- 4 .
..lli'i T B. Steel 2d if.
. . .1 do deh B
..lius. Western Md 4a...
"do pen. 4s
v W. A I.. R. 4s.
Hoiklni Val. 4'rj....iin,iWla. Cetitrsl 4a..
Jen York Mlnlna stock.
NEW YORK. June 23. Cosing quutatlons
on mining stocks were:
Rrunswlrk Con ..
Con. t el. A Va
Iron Silver ...
Leadvllle Con ...
; 25 Little Chief I
20 Ontario 24.".
. .to ophlr u.n
. 11 I'hoer.ll i
. IT Potol I
. t Savaaa 75
. lki Sierra Nevada II
,ih) ttmsll Hopea io
. I Btandard lat
Foreign Financial. -
LONDON. June 2.1. The supplies or
money were abundant today and the de
mand wan poor. Discounts were a shade
harder. In view of the possibility of gold
exports. Trading on the stuck exchange
wa quiet. Conols were maintained.
Home rails were fractionally higher, while
Russians closed with a better tone. Amer
icans were marked up at the opening. In
sympathy with Wall street. The Improve
ment continued on moderate local buying
In anticipation of a good bank return and
prices closed steady. I'nlon Pacific. South
ern Pacific and I'nlted States Steel re
ceived the most attention. Kaffirs were
dull. Japanese imperial tta or 1:j4 closed
BERLIN, June 22. Price on the bourse
today were very quiet. Russian were
strong, under 8t. Petersburg Influence.
PARIS, June 23. Price on the bourse
today were firm. Russians advancing.
Krench rentes were depressed, owing; to a
renewed rumor of the approaching retire
ment of Finance Minister Polncare. The
market closed stead v. Russian Imperial
4s were quoted at T7.D0 and Russian bends
of 1904 at 4HS.no. The private rale of dis
count whs 2 1.1-IK per cent.
BT. PETER8R1RO. June 23. The time
on the lionise today was again confident.
Imperial 4s and 5s were in good demand at
Rank Clearisgs far Week.
OMAHA, June 2.1 Bank clearings for to
day were 91.4H9.e67.27 and for the corre
sponding day of last year tl.49,4rW.
The clearings for the week, compared
with the corresponding week of last vein
were: 190ti. iskifi.
Monday 21.707.9tl3 4 21.642.82S.4
Tuesday 1.440.7K7.7H l,4S&,o87.
Wednesday l.R23.2Lti 53 l.S27.c3fi.ii6
Thursday l,W4,S.aS L.Vi.'.MS 2
Friday I,61.3u3.6l l,:'6.i. 912.1 5
Saturday .............. 1,4K,67.27 lHD.t'Ja.tkr
Totals 29.932,704.27 28.574. 237.79
Increase over the corresponding week last
Clearing- House Average.
NEW YORK. Juue 23. The statement of
the clearing - house banks for this week
show that the banks hold 210,912.926 over
the legal reserve requirement. This Is an
Increase of 23.2:.o60 over last w.fek. The
statement follow: Loans, 2l.067.7M.ilU0; He.
crease, 22.31K,000. Deposit. 21.049,472.:ttiO; In.
crease. 21. 290,200. Circulation, 24S.471.100; de
crease, 21.3"0. Legal tenders, int. 397.20U; In
crease. 2hX.Sn0. Specie, 2ls8.ltS3.9iin; incrcHSf,
t3,f26.k00. Reserve, 22;3.ail.(jii; increase, $4 .
ltClOii. Reserve required. 22ii2.3tVI.07n; In
crease, 2322. BS0. Surplus, 2ln.912.92fi; In-i-reiise,
t3.IXH.blM. Ex-I tilted Slates deposits
1l5,7i,3r; Increase. 23.S6,22o.
St. I.obI (General .Market.
BT. LOI I8. June 24.-WH KAT-Hlgher;
No. 2 red, cash elevattir, 8ti87c; track,
29H; July. 80'4j80c; September, 81i,tilt,c;
No. 2 hard. MjKc.
CORN Iiwer; No. 2 cash. .Vh-; tiack,
blVjc; July, 4,e; September. 50taia50c.
OATS Lower; No 2 cash, 3Sc; track,
39c; July, 3Vic; September, Zi'ic; No. 2
Fl)l'R Steady; red Winter pat'-ntx. 2145
4S4.i; exti-a fancy and straight, $:i.l0ii40;
HI5KD Timothy, higher, 92.7Ba3 25.
COKNMKAI. Dull, 22 50.
BRAN Dull; sacked, east track. S6fitTc.
HAY Steady; timothy. 214 .Xil7.s0; prairie,
211. Vq 13.50.
IRON COTTON TIES 21.00.
HEMP TWINE 7Sc.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: Jobbing.
2I6.52H. Lard, unchanged ; prime steamed.
92 25. Dry salt meats, lower; boxed extra
shorls, 29.62v: clear ribs. 29.75; short cleats.
29 87V. Bacon, firm; boxed extra short.
210.374; clear ribs, 210.6-"; short cleacs,
POl LTRY Steady; chickens, 10!o;
prlngs, 171919c; turkeys, 12vc; duck. Svjc;
BI TTER Steady ; creamery, 15i21c; dairy,
EGOS Steady. 134c
The recelpta and shipments of flour and
vrnln wcr. Receipts. Shipment.
Flour, bbls 4.ijo ;i."H
Wheal, bu Iti.tski 'jn.us)
t'orn, bu 3e.tn VT.'"!
Oat, bu :'.iu iV'.oio !
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 22-FI.Ol'R-First
pstents. 24. .Vitus. 46: second pstenis. 24 :M4i
4. HO: first clears. 2.1.50'rS 00; secnnd clears.
BRAN In hulk. 215 ISHlS.a": shorts. , In
bulk. 215. I've 15.5"; middling, In bulk, 217)
(Superior Board of Trade quotations fot
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery. I The
ranee of prices, a reported by F. D. Day
A. Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade, waa: -
Artlcle. Open. I Hih. Low. Clo. Tes y
Wheat I I
July...' 24 f
Hept . . . 2:,-sv,
1 14 I
1 13 ;
.lnlv i 1 la '
Mileraakee Grata Market.
MILWAI KEK. Wis., June ?3-MIF.AT
Steady; No. 1 northern, fciViSTV; -northern,
1'it"tlV; September, si'ao
4 'ORX Leaver; No. 2 cash, 6tTi3Sc; Sep
tember, jiy. tid.
RYF.-rull: Nn 1, tti&eXUc.
BAKI.EV-Dull; .No. J, 5iv,t;6Tc; aamplr,
PHILADF.I.PHIA. June 23-BI'TTER-Marki-t
V;.' lower: estra a'estern creamery,
y; extra nearby prints. zHt
KIOK- Steady ; western Iresli, 12c at
t'HKKPK I'nchanaed: New York full
PKORIA. June 3 -CORN-Loaer; No 3
yellow, 51c; No. 3, fcle; No. 4, 5; na grade.
OAT2-Ur; No. i white, Uc; No. 3
whir. :t.,c; No 4 white, 274c.
WHlPK Y 31 IS.
J.laerpaal (irala Market.
L1VBRPOOU June 23 WHEAT p pot
nominal; future, quiet; Julv, S 7Vd SeD
tember. &s vd. lecember. sl.
CORN Spot, firm: American mixed old
4 11VI. Future, quiet; July, 4 eVl. H'P
tember, 4 Td.
Ualatb Grata Market.
Dl'I.I'TH. Minn., Juu 23. WH EAT No
1-northern. 2ii-; July, Kh',.-; Spleiuber,
24-; liereuihei. aic. ,
OATS arrive, on track and July. St'.c.
f7 rj O r7?v 7 r .-Jt; ;jr?Ti n n r n
n I , 1 Ml3 A l
Ln uuvrj L-za u u u u u l
is 60IG36 to mm
150. PER llm E30T
LATEE1 TIHU JULY 1 0
Every tourist who ever traveled over the famous "Georgetown
Loop" in Clear Creek county, Colorado, has heard the names of
the following mines the big producer that, for four decades, have
brought forth the yellow gold and the shimmering silver that have
made this section far famed:
The Terrible, the Centennial, the Mendota, the Snow
Drift, the Silver Plume, the Griffith, the South American,
the Pay Rock, the Fred Rogers, the Cashier, the Star of
the West, the Scoot, the Polar Star Extension, the White,
the Silver Glance and the Clift, which produced from
$125,000 to $8,000,000 each.-
Right in the midst of these, midway between the cities of
Georgetown and Silver Plume, is the property of the Georgetown
Loop Mining Company, owning 25" claims and a mill sight; in all,
108 acres. This property, on Clear Creek, with railway facilities,
is being opened by a crosscut tunnel that will drain the property
while developing it at depth. Assays, running from $17.50 to $105
a ton, prove that mineral is there and we know it is there in
quantities. When you buy into Georgetown Loop, you connect
with something worth your while. At 10 cents (par $1.00) this stock
has no equal. Twenty-five cents is the next jump and then
likely fifty cents. The property, the development, the mineraliza
tion, the location, the management everything combines in re
LET GEORGETOWN LOOP ANNEX A FEW
DOLLARS TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT
GEORGETOWN LOOP !i.G MWkm
CRMS AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Ktlei Firm to Early Gaina on
RAIN FORECAST CAUSES APPREHENSION
t orn Urais, aatth Prononncetl Weak
lies In July Option Liberal Re
ceipt at t hlcasro, with Promise
of t oalluaetl Movement.
OMAHA. June J3. ISmi.
Wheat ruled firm on a very light trade,
ninlntainliig the early gain, notwithstand
ing; the restricted character of the trade
snd the general v-xkness in the ciim.-i
a.'rins. Firmness nbrond on the forecast of
light worlds bhipmi'tyts and the rains
throughout the harvesting district wete
early features. Ijiter private adders began
to express some n(iprchenston lest contiiiu
ous r.iins (ause truuhle anil the forecast of
showery weithn- itddnd in Hie effectiveness
of these reports. A private authority In
the northwi-st claims tlmt the wheal
(lrna ned out in the northwest and Vanadn
will offset the lnvieusc in the acreage and
that tin- crop in concitieficc will be no
larger thnn last year.
forn Wus raihfi ii iIimhIiik inaiket. Willi
pronounced aeakni-s in the July, which
whs affected hy liberal receipts ut Chic.ign
and a getierotis fMinmls fcr VlnndH.v. coin
cident will, a rather slack demand. A good
run of receipts there is promlseil for somr
time. The tains nie her.eitclal to the crop,
but much more summer temperature would
help it tremendously.
Oats weie easy, closing Vc lower on Sep
tember. I'rlniai y slio.-il rei eipis were 277.000 lni
and shipments 224.nf1 bu., ngAlnst receipts
Inst yesr ol' liA.tao hu. and shipmenis of
21. Oft1 hi:. Corn receipts were 71rj.0ti hu.
and shipments 441. Olio bu.. against receipt
last year of 7.0ii bu. anil shipments of
oXa.iVsi hu. Clearances were atl.OnO bu. a heat,
U'.t'O bbls. flour, &2.0UU bu. corn and 4,:i bu.
Liverpool closed unchanged to v,d higher!
on aneat and unchanged to Hd lower on
Htoonihall estimates wnrld'a wheat ship
ments for Monday at S.tslct.iifO bushels.
K. W. Dennis of Chicago talks thus of
wheat: "Von will have to wake up and
tske notice of this wheat postllon. It Is
shaping so that the world outside of the
I'nited Slates can easily ship. Jti.i).ii
bushels Jess wheat than last year and for
the Cnited States to have 1OK.0flo.isi0 bushels
leas wheal than it hsd last year. I be
lieve it has io iHsl.yird to rin.iro.Oo bushels
leas of winter wheat than last year for a
starter, and th" spring wheal crop Is
marked. bi my opinion, for a first-class
fall from present high Was conditions.. A
difference In tne world's wheat movement
of between ls'.0i'a.0ii) and 3i0.ii.sei bushels
of wheat this yesr. with last year's prece- I
dent In the I'nlted Slates of using UP a big
crop, and tue prospect for a iiMMleiat j
l ulled States crop this yesr. would be I
just tne leverage to give ua a Sic advance
!n this country "
Ixcal rsnge of options:
Articles. Open.; High.) lyiw. Cloe t Tes y.
A asked. B bid
Omaha fash galea.
WHEAT No. 4 hard. 1 car, nSc.
CORN No. 3, l.car. 4rvc; - '", 4c.
OATS No. 3 whit 1 car. 37V,o. ,
tjeiieilia 4 asti Prices.
WHEAT No 3 hard. 'I!j7ec: No. 2 haid,
7"4j-7!c; No. 4 hard. a.Vrj7oc; No J apt lug.
77r. No 2 spring. 7yu 7Sc.
No. 2 yellow, MaA-c; No 2 white, 474i47Se. !
OAT ft No. 2 white. 37e; No. 4 white '
RVF.-No. I ?, No. 3 Wi- !
CORN No. 3, 4ii4',c, No. 1. 44Oi
juty.... ..n ,iu, ,,-,a
Sept...' 7SB TT,!,!! 7fHAl 77VA 77B
Corn I ! i 1 I
July...! 441, 4i 4a 4v,. 47 A
Sept... 47A; 47 A 4S4Ai i, A 47SB
Oils- I I
Spt..'. ;. 1 S44Ai 35B
4f.4c; No. 3 yellow, 4- 4 47r; No. 8 white.
47 '('47 He.
Wheat. Corn. Oa I
Chicago "... I M'i 2-i
Omaha 7 57 7
St. Louis Hi ?
t Hl( Atitl GRAIM AM PRtViaiO
Features of the Tradlnit and Closing
'Prlrea on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAUO, June 23 Delay to Harvesting
operations In the southwest caused by wet
wi'ftiher had a strengthening effect loday
oil the local wheat market. The Sopteni
hr option closed at a gain of s-. t'orn
and oat were each , lower, prov isions
were 2'c lower to 2ic higher.
Wet weather played an inpoiiant pail
lri the inaiket mday. Heavy rains were
reported tin ouglioul Kansas. Nebraska.
.Miasouil and Iowa, whe.li; li.irv.sttr.B la
In progress Slid alau in tne northwest,
where it is said clear weather is needed
for the proper dev rlopiceiil .f the hpriug
sown crop. The bullish feeling war
si re ngt hened by ti,e st-.itement of sn Kng
lull statistician that Hie world s snlimient
for the last week a:nl tne amount of bread
stuff on ocean iMtsag'- will show a cou
xtderable decrease. l'ron the opening
sliorta Htid conimlristoii houses were fair
buyers, but ntfeilngn were light. The de
cline in the prices of cum ami oats acted
A a drag on th' 'market and prevented
Ii from becoming vc-v fining. The coih
was steady. September opened '.ciV' to
'..ifi'ic higm 1 a I S4M'c. .told lieivveen
itl-So ami closed Hi ll'itMc. July sohl
between MS'iiSt'ac and closed at iVlVi'ihtc.
rrlmiiry teceiptii were :70.ni'ii liusne!
igainsl lUf.Ocst bushelH for the correspond
ing tlale one year ago. Minneapolis, Du
lulh anil Chi'ago reported recilpts of 2
cat against J2-1 cars last week and '143
cats a vear ago.
The irtiiis h:id an oppctsile efTei- on the
corn markei fro hi that which fl.ey exerted
on vvlieat and sentiment In the corn pit
wbs bearish all day. A dedme of 'ly
In the price of cssu corn l .ul a depressing
Influence en fulur" depverles. The msi
hot closed weak with prices close to I he
lowest point of the day. September opened
unchanged to i.c higher at i'.if.J'-.c. sold
olT to Sli,c and clos.-.l at 3IV- July ranged
between 5miM4c and closed al I'll'a'n.il'.i'.
l.ocl receipts were 5'W cms wllu SiZ ol
I rat s weie weak on free selling by longs,
winch was liased uuin coiiiliiions for trow
ing crop anil an lnrreased mm cnient from
the country. The market closed weak.
September opened unchanged to ic higi.et
st Sf.4.'(i:tS'c. sold off to :iii,c and closed
at :i7ic Julv- ranged heiween Z'i'ic und
clnscd at 3hiac. Loul reci-lpl weie 2.1
Piovlsions weie qulel nd sieadv. There
wus some hiiving or lard by small pack
ers, which was evidently Intended to .over
short sales made earlier In the week. At
the lose pork was off '-'Si at 2IH.621. Iinl
was up 2Cc at VI. Ribs weie uu' lu.tigt d
a I :' i7'i.
lisilniMied receipt for Monday: Wheat.
Hit cars; coin, 7J2 cars; oats, 2J cat, hogs,
i. Mil) head.
Th leading future ranged as follows:
Articles. Open. J High. Low Close." Yei'y
I. llv .
n,T, M4i4 iVi'a
K: M'uM1 K-IStr-"
HI -4 l 'rcV s4'
- I l
f-l'i Me4l 5Ca
-V'd 'a. A'-'a
I I I
in M 1 l r.
I in .Vt i 16 52'
; I I
32' a :
' ' I
j p. ;
a Kl I
I 12 4-
0 07', 1
ui 9 o;
2 37Va k Id
Cash tiuolalHitis were as follows:
I'l.iH'R Ftrtn; winter patenls 21 5"o4 Kt
Wlulrr ttalgrila, II .-! 7"; spring patent, j
f M I V 1
V. Farnam Smith & Go.
W offer subject to sale
VXIOX STIK K V A HI S NT(K'K. .
1320 Farnam St.. Tel. Douglas 140S
F- D. Dqy & Qp.
Stocks. Cjrairi, Provision
ship Yoar Grain to I s.
Chicago and Minneapolis Delivery.
One-eighth commission on Grain, one.
quarter on Stock.. i'lompt and caieii.l
aitciuion given to outfit!' accounts. Write
lio-lll Hoard of Trade Bids.,
OM II A, SKB.
for our dally Market Inciter, mailed free.
Main OtBce, '
I. on lllstanre Tlinns, Ttongla 31114.
J- A PROFITABLE e.
SALOON .AND CAFK.
WK'HAN'K FOR SALE THE BEST
l-;cgl IPPED LOCATION IN ST. JO.sr.lri,
DAILY RECEIPTS AVEKAOE 3150. 00.
THE OWNERS OF THIS PLACE HAVE
OTHER INVESTMENTS AND WILL
MAKE SPECIAL PRU'E.
WILL SLLL ALL iR PART. STRICT
EST INVESTIHATION ALLOWED.
LOW RENT PARTIES HAVLMJ TJI'J
CASH CAN t'JET A HATtOAlN.
CALL OR WHITE Ft R PARTICC
LARS. SECl.'RITY HI'SINESS C IMPAN 1 .
SPITES 4-3 Corby Hldg.. ST. JOSEPH, Mo.
2:i.7tr!i4.fiO: spring slralghts, 2-':.4cV(i1.3o; bk
ets. $2 :v.i:t in.
WHEAT-No. 2 spring. SliaStk; No. 2, 7Htf
K.'.c: No 3 led. Ir.4'l7l,c.
CORN No. 2. MV; No. 2 vellow, hu
OATS No. 2. 2i,i : No. 2 white, 3Mf404i: ;
No. 3 while. SSVllc.
RYE -No. 2, ti-2. .
HA RLE Y iood feeding, 45c; lair to
choice malting. 4f4i-Vlc.
SEEDS No. I flax. II .; No. 1 north
fi"in. 21-11': prime liinoiliy, 21 10; clover,
contract giatles, 211 2i.
PRt tVlSIO.VS-Short ilhs sides (loosei.
:i 'kh'.i 10. Men pork. er bid., 1 114 V "3
) . Lard, per 1ml lbs . tx 24jsl 65. Short
clear !.!;. (boxcdi. ti 62'M 7.').
Kea-eiptH and shipments of flour und grain
weie; Receipt.. Shipments.
Flour bl. Is 1H.700 fo.-ttt
Wliest, im j.. II coco . H.isV)
Co'n, bu 552.7'1 32JcO
tiats. bu 2ei..rrti 197.7HO
;rley, hu 4'"c4i
On the Produce exchange today the fciit
ter market was firm; creamery. i:uar ;
dairy. 1 4Vv 1-. Eggs, steadv; at mark,
rasea Included. 12'il:';c; fliaia, 15c; prime
tiists. 1k ; cxtiaa. Inc. Cheese, steady, lou
Kisisi ( llr Grain aad Proilslaa.
KA.NSVS CITY. June :3 -WHEAT-July.
7r,c; September. 7i',c: ItecemheV, 77a'.
casu. No. -i liarti. 77os('Jc; No. 3. 72,9711 V:
No. 4 i.-i74c': No I red. 2l$s3c; No. 3,
He. No. 4 7'4)7c noiiilnal.
CORN Nonimal; Julv. 47c: September.
47".c, Deceinl.er, ,(;. capji. X. miged.
'V'; No. 3. '.:; No. 2 white, 50c; hn. 3.'
42'jc . .
OATS -.No 2 while. SSY;9r''V; No. J
mixed. :i"'tj;is'ic. . c t ... . , .
.RYE- 4'ea.l.v. ,''uiV. '
IIA Y-Bri ng: ice tlniothv. 313.914 u'l
cUoe-i nrslrie, ll'ifln. .. ...
HI' s'TLR Cteamrv 1g'tc; (uacklr.g. UV,.-
t'Jj'i.-i - Si adv ; .Miwvuul and KsnsaJi
No. 2 whilewood wtm-s iru'lued. nr.; case,
count. I.i'jc; rase reiu:i.ed. 7c et,s.
,Th.- icceipi anil teidpnini ,f grsluj
Were: Recelpta Shipments "
Wl.i-al. 'U..., 31.1s .!"
Corn, bu i )4 "si
Oals, bu 1,00 2.1w
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