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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Soften OonsidertbU Decline oa
EoeJpinr Trade. '
CROP EXPERT ISSUES BEARISH FIGURES
Great DImpm14"'' Malls nl
Market Wnkrat-Weather Ideal
fa C ra Belt ! Tellaw
Cereal Rates Weak.
OMAHA, June . 190.
Wheat close! Ho lower than yesterday,
after recovering from a point lower yet.
Weather In the northwest wss more
favorable and the sky In the southwest
was clear. Opening prlees were a shads
lower, and the market held steady with
very little change until Jonea laaued a
rrop report. - He estimated the winter
wheat rrop. at 420,000.000 bushels. The
bulls were disappointed, and the market
turned weak. At the low point there wa
rim Buying, ana as tne trade waa ngnt,
f 'rices recovered a portion of the loss, cios
ng VQ down. Numerous reports of red
ruat came from the northwest. Receipts
were moderate and the caeh demand slow.
Returns from threshing la the southwest
indlrste good yield.
Corn was weak, under the Influence Of
Irtoal weather throughout- the belt. July
declined ka and distant months He Re
ceipts were moderate and caeh demand
slow. Shorts covered yesterday and did
not lend their support to the market today.
There was no local trade In oats. Chicago
waa practically unchanged.
rTimary wheat receipts were ISS.OOO
bushels and shipments M.000 buahels
galnat receipt a . last year of 238,000
bushels and shipments of 22(1,000 bushels.
Corn receipts were (98.000 buahels and
shipments B79.000 buehela, against re
celpta last yesr of (17,000 bushels and
shipments of 76.000 bushels. Clearances
were 41.000 buahels wheat, 17,1(4 bsrrels
flour, 176.000 bushels corn and 1(6,000
Liverpool closed unchanged to Hd lower
on wheat and unchanged on corn.
Rankin srnds out the following from C.
H. Thornton of Duluth: "Regarding red
rust, my Mr. Fearer mentions It from sev
eral plaeea, but seems to think a few days
of dry weather will correct all the trouble.
The ominous features of his correspondence
Is that when he waa In the country for tie
. two years ago evjry letter from the middle
.of June forward mentioned red rust, and
all of the territory so mentioned was after
ward affected by black rust."
J-ooal range of options:
Articles ! Open.j Hlgh.l Low. Close Tesy.
HA , 76H
47 A 47UA
A asked. n bid
Omaha Cask galea.
CORN No. 3. 1 car. iic
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. t hard, 764f77e; No. S hard,
TOUTjr, No. 4 hard, nfvuloc; No. 2 spring,
7tc, No. S spring, 71fiy741ic.
CORN-No. 1, 4ifc4';,c; No. 4, tnQ-Kc;
So. 3 yellow. tfcHftfic; No. 3 white, 4'q4H.
OA18-.No. 3 mixed, 36i8Sc; No. I
While, (V'j3Tc; No. 4 white, 3uH&3tic.
Kli No. X 58c; No. 3. 60Hc.
La riot liecetpta.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
St. JvOUlS ....
CHICAGO GRAIK AND PROVISIONS
Featares of tha Tradlag and ClasiaaT
n n m
J . . ...
lHo, JUMC a Bxceiient weatner
f or-. jt vesting iir the south caused free
liquidation pi-wheat today and tha result
waa a weak tone in the local market. At
tne . close September wheat was off c.
Corn was down H"". Oata were practlcauy
uncnanged, Provisions were unonanged to
Notwithstanding bullish reports from the
nurtnwest the wneat market was weak ail
Lcy. The market was dominated by the
eiiuatlon In the southwest, where harvest
ing is progressing under favorable con
unions, very little rain having fallen dur
ing 'me" liwt'- twertty-foUr hours. About
tne middle of the session, the market be
came weaker on senlng caused by a re
port from a Minneapolis crop expert, who
estimated tne winter wheat crop of the
l mud States this year to be the largest in
the nistory of tne country. Late In the
day tne market became steadier on buying
caused by a decrease In the export move
ment from Argentina. The market closed
(amy steady, beptember opened unchanged
to Ho lower at v.iVuha,o and sold oil to
Mku. The close was at Mc. Clearances
ot wheat and flour were equal to l-,uuo
bu. rTimary receipts were Zwi.uoo bu.,
asalnst uK.uu bu. (or the same day last
ir. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago re
ported receipts of 2o2 cars, against Is ca.s
iat weex and lb? cara a year ago.
Ideal weatner for the growing crop
caused weakness In the corn market, there
being liberal sales by commission houses
and cash interests. (Tie selling waa held
in checa aomewhat by reports of light ac
iipiancee from the country. The market
Cioaed easy. September opened unchanged
ui ainc sold off to blc and closed at
Jc. thecal receipts were 471 cars, wltu iXfi
iij of contract grade. .
uaii weir nrm early In the day on
eotiu duniand bv commission houses, out
.uter the market eased off. In sympathy
with the weakness of wheat and corn.
Commission houses and local longa were
ti.e cmef sellers. The close was steady.
beptember opened Httc to VSo higher
at MHtlJnV sold of! to 26c and closed at
tfvHc. t-ocal receipts were 148 cara.
i ne provisions market was weak early
In tne day on general selling, but later
i.,,k,r Kinflrhr llhraltv and a steadier
lone developed. At the close September
Hc to (8 V-H. Ribs were unchanged al
- . .
ttiinated ' receipts tomorow: Wheat, I
cars: corn, 417 cars; oats, 125 cara; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Opon.j Hlgh. Low. Close.) Yes'y.
Pork- J J
July...fl7 00 f
. S7H 36H S
17 12Hi 17 00 17 12H 17 10
1 80 I 1( 55 II 80 16 76
8 76(170 ITS ( 77H
( 2H 6 87H 8 KH I 9i
I to I I 55 I I (5
S-.'H I 27H t2H! I CH
9 26 1 20 1 26 1 26
906 900 1 06 105
9 26 !
Cash ouotatlons wn as follows)
KLOL'R-Steady; winter patents, t3.K9
4 0u. w nter sttaights. swaJ tu, spring pat
ents, t..u4ou: spring straights, i.4tu-;
can era, tdmtti iu.
WHrJtr-No. t aprlng, S4086C; No. I, VI
COKN-Nj. 2. i!Vl No. 8 yellow, t2c.
OA 1 H No. 2, JS ,; No. I white, 4HU41c
No. 8 white, i4a4(Aic.
RYE No. 2. lc.
BARl.EV-Fair to choice malting, 4eVgMo.
bf.bi'a-.Mi i nax. n u.v. no. 1 north
western. II US Timothy, prime, (4..
Clover, contract graae. (li.s. -
PROVISION Short ribs, sides noose 1
IS.ttO.!". Mess pork., per bhl., (K.lOtfiT.uvi.
Laviu. per IU) lbs.. 14.75. Short clear aides
t boxed I. 19 ,wtB .',
Receipts and shipments of flour and grain
were: neceipis. enipments
Flour, bbls l..s 11.700
Wheat, bu 14.000 16.!w
Corn, bu IViib.ua) xno.lt
uats. bu 2t3.0 M(,A)
Rye. bu l.wo
barley, bu 41. Ad 1.400
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creamery. IMiaOc;
dairies, 14$18c. Eggs, steady; at mark,
cases Included, I24lec; firsts, lbc; prima
firsts, 14c; extras, lac. Cheese, steady, 10
Philadelphia Prwdaea Market.
PHILADELPHIA. June 18. BUTTER
Finn; extra western creamery. JXAsc; extra
Ilea eh v prlnta, lie.
EQO! teady : fair demand; nearby fresh.
He at mark; western, lie at mark.
CHEESE Firm; full creams, fancy, HHc;
Choice, lic; fair to good. hHmllo.
Dalatk Grain Market.
DCIXTH. June .-VHEAT-To arrive;
N'a. I northern, Mc; No. I northern, KSe.
On track; No. 1 northern. Itc; No. I
northern. 12-Wo; JulyK sOi September.
hvVc: tweembvr. Ho.
OATS To arrive, oa track And July, 19a.
TwJwoV Seed HsrksL .
TVU&XK Jujaa M-Eti-CaoTer seed.
(S0; October. (A 70; prims timothy, till bid;
August alslks, U Oo bid; No. 1 red rye, Sec
Aaetatloas ( the Day aa
NEW YORK, June FIUR Re
ceipts, 1S..763 bbls ; export. 7 bbls.;
sales, (. packsges; market steady but
quiet; winter pntenta. 14a4J'; winter
straights. (S 1004.10; winter extras. U f 0
91.40; winter low grades. 3 (00(16;
Minnesota patents, 14(604 66; Minnesota
bakers, 1(46(73.(6. Rye flour Arm; fair
to good, (1. 4694.(6; choice to fancy, S3.S
CORNMEAL flteedr; fine white and yel
low. (1100131; coarse, I1.10O1.12; kiln
dried, ll toei OO.
RIB Dull; No. 1 western, (So, nominal,
f. o. b.. New York.
WHEAT Receipts. 17.000 mi., sales. l.A
000 bu.; snot barely steady: No. X WHc,
nomine) elevator; No. 1 red, etc f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth. 6!c, nominal
f. o. b. afloat. The wheat Opening was
steady, followed by declines on Improved
weather news, liquidation and a bearish
frlvate crop estimate on winter wheat.
,ater the market rallied on a bullish esti
mate of crops, but waa finally easier again
closing (c to He rt lower. July.
o. closed at RSHf; September, Wti'WHc.
closed at (Be; December, Kf9iJSc. closed at
CORN'-Recelpts, 97.SOO bu.; sales, 175.000
nu. futures; spot market easv; No. 2, 00c
nominal elevator and 6Hc, nominal, f. o. b
afloat; No. I yellow, (0c; No. 1 white, ftHie
option msrket was weak and lower, owing
io lavoraoie crop news snd liquidation, fol
lowed by a late rally with wheat, the close
snowing e net decline. Julv. 68E6XW
closed at MHc; Beptember, W-V856o, closed
i lecemDer Closed at 67Hc.
OA! 8 Receipts, 4.V6ti0 bu.; spot stesdy:
mixed oats, it to 32 pounds, 43c: natural
white, (0 to 13 pounds. 4.1'iJ46c; clipped white,
W to 40 pounds, 47Ht(49Hc.
rh.ED-8leady; spring brsn, $1915 first
half July shipment; middling, (19.76 first
inn jiuy nmpmeni.
teaoy; shipping, 55ig65c; good to
cnoice, S5j 8J ,c.
HUflSSteady; Pacific coast, 1M6. 10
16c; 1904, 11 11 He; old nominal; statn.
"-""nun is cnoice, juo, laisc
HIDES Steady; Galveston. 20 to 28
rounoa, zoo; lalifornla, 11 to 25 pounds
' ;,'"M aT'- 10 poumls, lc.
LEATHER Steady; acid, 2C927Hc.
PROVISIONS Beef steady; family,
til. 00211.60; mess, 18.60'B 9.00; beef hams,
(20. 60tf 22.00; packet, (9.60$ 10.60. Cut
meats, stesdy; pickled bellies. 111. Qf
13 00: pickled shoulders, $9. 00ft 8. 25;
pickled hams, (12 (XVfjn 50. Lard, steady;
western prime (A (&. 85; refined, steady;
continent. IS 2D; South Amerira. 19 75; com.
pound. W74c. Perk, firm; family, 119 00;
short clear. (16. TMf 11.60; mess. $17.0017.50.
TALLOW Steady; city, 6c; country,
6 SS 6 4 p.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra,
1 H He.
POULTRY Alive, quiet and steady;
spring chickens, 18c; fowls, 13Hc; turkeys.
11012c. Dressed, essy; western spring
chickens, 17 21c; turkeys, llil3c; fowls.
ill TTEn Firm: renovated, eommnn tn
extra, l218Hc; western factory, common
to firsts. l?lHo.
CHEESE Firm; receipts 1,406; New
York state, full creams, large fancy, 11c;
New York full creams, fair to good. 1014
f 1014c: New York full rr.m,
foncy, 11c; New York full creams," fair to
. twite; nw york rull creams, in
ferior. 8HtfHc; skims. l(dt.
EOaS Firm; receipts 1 J Knn - iiit.
Pennsylvania and nearby, fancy sele text
wnue, zjc: cnoice, ziigyzzc; choice mixed,
extra, 20021c; western firsts, lH'tfl7c;
western seconds, 154316c; southerns, 14
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. June 28 WH KAT.l!v
74Hc; September. 7JVc: December 7i;n...
Cash: No. 1 hard. 77iiS0Hc. nominal: NV 3
3ft';9c. nominal: No. 4. fiki774o- Vn t r.M 7a
IJlSlc; No. I, 777!c.
CORN July, 4Hc; September, 4814c; De
cember, 46Hc. Cash: No. i mixed. 50c; No.
I 50c: No. 2 white, 61c; No. 1. 5D.Ci
OATS No. 1 white. SMrav-: KV, l
S6c. , ' " " '
HAY Steady: Dralrle. ts&Sftn higher-
Choice timothy. !11.60fil4.an: cnoice r,,i.
K E Steady, WJT58C.
EOOS Steady: Missouri and Kumai now
No. 2, whltewood cases included. 14Hc; case
count, 13Hc; cases returned. He less.
xu i x creamery, ikhc; packing, l3Hc.
Wheat, bu ss.imn n ojo
Corn, bu 16.000 i3.o0.i
Oats, bu 1,000 s.ouo
St. Lonls General Market. ,
ST. XiQUlS. June ..SUH'HEiT-Umr
No. t red, cash, elevator. : track, mwot
0Hc; old, 85c; new, July. 7BHS7Hc; No. 2
CORN Firm: No. 2 cash. 60c: track. K1U.
6!fHc: July, atHc; September, 614C.
UAIS hutures, lower; cash, steady; No.
ensh. 37W-: track. 2ufJS)Wn: .li.lv stl-
September, S'.p; No. 2 white, 41Hc.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, 14.45
i64.M; extra fancy and straight, t3.i5a4.40;
SEED Timothy, firm; I2.75j.26.
CORNMEAL Steady; 12.50.
BRAN Dull; sacked, east trsck, 8fi87o.
HAY 8teady; timothy. I14.00fiili.50: Drai
ns, 111.60ft 13 60.
IRON COTTON TIES 11.00.
HEMP TWINE 7He.
PROVISIONS Pork. hlxher: lobblna.
IK.80. Lard, steady; prime steamed, pi.ii.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts,
19.50; clear ribs, t9.6iH; short clears. (9 87H
Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts. 110.26;
clear ribs. I10.87H: short clears, I10.62H.
rutmiti-yuiet; cnicaens, iwc; springs,
l&tilRc; turkeys, UHc; ducks, 8Hu; geese. So.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 15ift21c;
Mlaaeapalla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 28. FLtOlTR First
patents. 4.35&4.4(; second patents, 14.209
4 80; first clears, I3 6W&2.60; second clears,
(buperior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery.) Tha
range of pricea, as reported by F. D. Day
Co., 110-1U Board of Trade, was:
Articles. Open. Hlgh. Lew. Close.) Tes-y.
July. 1 II
2l 1 12A
Oct... 1 12HI
Poor In Market.
PEORIA, June 28 -CORN Strong; No. I
yellow, tlc; No. I. 61c; No. 4, Goo; no
OATS Higher; No. 1 white, 46Hc;
No. white. SbtidrVtc; No. t white, n4
BOSTON. June U.-WOOLMarkct Is
generally quiet but nrm, old wools are in
small stock, such lots aa are offered ars
neglected by buyers, aa the pricea are too
blgti and the interest is transferred to the
new wools. Pulled wools continue slow
with some trade In B supers. The Interest
In territories seems centered In the new
clip. Foreign wools are quiet. Leading
quotations follow: Ohio ana Pennsylvania,
XX and above. KktflMc; No. 1. S7iMc; No. 1
rcSdc; fine unwashed, ib-o3c; quarter blood,
blood, unwashed, 121) 33c; three-eights blood,
33c; half blood. 84c; unwashed Delaln,
17 U 38c; fine unwashed. XWJac ; quarter blood,
unwashed. 12ijeJc; three-eighths blood,
washed, IlfjXIc; three-eighths blood. 31s,
644c; half blood, I2&32W:, unwashed Lsilalne,
77tac; Kentucky, Indiana, etc., three
eighths and quarter blood, tUailo; Terri
tory, Idaho fine, (d-Sc; heavy line. U2uc;
fine medium, ti'ifK:. medium. 2V,27c; low
medium, mc, Wyoming line. Hq22c;
hauavv fine. 1Wu2oc: tins medium. 22ii23c:
medium. isko27o; low medium, 24327c: I'tah
and Nevada, One, 23&2c; heavy fine, 1hj2uc;
flnw madlum. 2z23c: medium, (volte, low
medium. 2Aii'?7o; Dakota, fine, 2jiic; fine
miiiim medium. tTbJso: low med
I urn, 24)7c; Montana, fine, choice, 24 o;
fine, average, 23'a-4c; fine medium, choice.
Ka26c. average. rMc; staple, iriiMc; mva
i...n .k.i. v7tfr2V: avfraia. Slwi27c.
wt l j in is. June 2S. V Oi)L Steady ;
medium grades combing end clothing,
Zbc; light tine. is7va:; neavy uae, iJtiiit,
tUD wasuetl, Kirwo.
NEW TORK. June M ET ALS Spot tin
waa los higher at Ain los in tna ionoon
market, but futures were unchanged at
A ITS la. Locally tin waa about lo points
higher on the average, closing at ta 7T
Mfco. Copper waa lower at 1 Is ad for
spot and AM) Ts td for futures In the London
market. Locally no change was reported,
with lake at tl-WVoll . electrolytic at
f 18 .16311 4J4, and caettna at H8.UW18 2.
ld was dull at to. rM)0 to in the local mar
ket and waa unchanged In London at All
lis sd. Spelter advanced la (d lo A 27 ZS id
la London, but eased off slightly In the local
market with the doao al (Auu110. Iron
was JkffSd lower In the English market with
standard foundry Quoted At 4bs (d and
Cleveland warrants at 4M 10Vd. Locally
Iron was steady at recent prices. No.
foundry northern Is quoted at til &43 l.7b
No. I foundry northern. H7.Til.. No. I
fvunoxy evuUiers, llik - -
NEW I0RK STOCKS AND BONDS
Frioei Mot in a Feverish and UtioerUin
Mgnner All Dty.
SHORTS UNEASY AND RUSH TO COVER
Maaldatfoa Coatlaaes la lrge
Valaate, bat Bears la Hasta
ta Take Progts Bid
Market t . ,
NEW YORK. June 28. Prices of stocks
moved In a feverish and uncertain manner
today. This was owing clearly to the Isrge
extent to which the short Interest hsd been
built up in the course of the rspld decline
In prices snd the heavy liquidation of the
last few days. The extent to which this
liquidation hss gone and the effective relief
thus secured serve to mske the short Inter
est uneasy lest a sudden turn In the course
of the market might be Imminent. The
liquidation waa continued In large volume
In the earlv part of the day. But the esgei
ness of bears to secure their profits and
their precipitate rush to buy for this pur
pose caused extensive recoveries In prices.
From the one extreme of the day to the
other the oscillation of prices therefore wss
violent and the extreme swing was cut up
by numerous smaller vibrations reflecting
the uncertain state of mind of the profes
sional operators who were attempting to
follow the market.
News developments ot immediate bearing
on values were not Important and the
movement of the msrket was the result
of general conditions, sa for some time past.
Yesterdav'B half demoralised selling and
unsupported weakness had the Inevitable
effect of Inducing lower calls upon custom
ers or commission houses tor aanmonai
margins and commission houxes were re
Dorted ss comnlainina that a large propor
tion of these requests brought back Instruc
tions to sell the stocks and close out the
accounts Rome of the Important pools
were supposed also to be further lightening
their loads. Numerous smaller pools whlcu
were committed to attempts to control the
market for minor Industrial stocks were
enid to be having trouble in realising on
their linldlnss. offers of small parcels in
some cases limllng sbsolutely no bid In the
msrket. The fact that the most spectacular
operations on the bear side of the market
hsd ventured to flx definitely today as the
date for a panicky outbreak In tne marnci
made the uncovered bears eager to avail
themselves of what wss thus made to
annear a criMis In the declining tendency
This disposition wss the more pronounced
on account of the failure to appear of the
heralded culmination which wss to be
exploded In disastrous effect upon values.
Conditions In the money market were
unchanged, rates continued to work closer
with the approach of the July settlements.
The call loan rate got above 4 per cent
earlv In the 1hv. The feature In the time
loan market was the demsnd which sprang
up for accommodation for the shorter
periods as compared with the almost ex
clusive desire to extend borrowing over
the end of the year which has been In evi
dence for some time. Sixty day loans on
Industrial collateral were made at 6 per
cent. This wss the natural consequence
of the hardening tendency In the call loan
market. Foreign exchange continued ' to
decline In response to the same conditions
and it was said that gold could be engaged
in London at a profit for Import to New
York if anv sunulv were available there.
No arrivals are expected In London until
next week, when It is Deneved engage
menta will be made for New York account.
It Is to be noticed, however, thst the day s
sharp drop In sterling exchange at Pnris
brines that center Into the competlon for
London's available gold. The expected
early adjournment of congress which Is
hoped ror ry stoca maritet tnnis was given
some credit for the rallying tendency In
the market. Prices were well sustained
during the latter part of the day and some
striking gains were established In the
mercurial speculative favorites. There was
a notable shrinkage in activity at the
higher level and the closing tone was
sliKhtlv Irregular, but near the top
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, tl.SW.OQO. United States bonds Were
all unrhansed on call.
The- iniloAing are the quotations on the
sales. HifB. bow. ciom.
Amalgamated Copper 147.100
Amertcan C. A P 4.000
A marl ran C. A P. pfd
American Cotton Oil tOO 10 S tS4
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. A L. pfd...
American ice. oecurlttoo..
Amortoon Uneerd Oil....
Am. Llnoeed oil pfd
American Locomotive ...
Am., liocomotivfl pfd
Amorlcan 8. A R
American S. A R. pfd....
Amorlcan Sugar Keflnlng.
Am. Tobacco pfd ctfa....
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Cooat Lino
Baltimore A Ohio
Baltimore A Ohio pfd ...
Brooklyn Rapid Traoalt..
Central of New Jersey...
Central Leather pfd
l.Kw ' (Atg
, 11, tOO
Chtaapeaae Si Oblo
Chicago Oraat Weatorn...
Chicago A Korthweetora.
Chicago, Mil. A St. P 11.100 174 W
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C, C, C. A St. L MM J'
Colorado Fuol A Iron It.400 47S,
Colorado A Southern I. too W
Colorado A So. lat pfd 4tt 47 s,
lorado A So. id pfd 4'K 4SS,
Conaolldated Uaa l.eos lSv1
Corn Produeu 400 it
Corn Product pfd 400 71
talwr A Hudaon I.I04
Doiawar. L. vt
Iibvt A Rio Grand 700 41 40S
Denvor A R. O. pfd
Dlatlllera' Bacsrtlloa I 100 tlH
En 17.104 41V
Erla lat pfd too 71
Erl Id pfd 1.400 444
General Electric Too IMS
Oroat Northern pfd 7.700 IU
Illlnola Control l.tol
174 S, 114V4
H 17 S.
International Paper I. too
Interactional Ppr pfd.... too
lntrntlonl Pump 104
International Pump pfd
Intarborough Metropolitan.. 17.400
lotvrborough Mt. pfd
Iowa Central pfd
Kanaaa Cite 8outhra
Knaa City So. pfd
Loulavlll A Naahvlll
Mlanpo!l A St. Loul..-.
M , St. P. A B. S. M
M , St. P. A S. S. U pfd..
Mlaooarl. Kauaa A Taa. .
M . K. A T. pfd
Nllsui R. R. ot M. pfd..
Nw Tork Control
Nw York. O A W
Norfolk A Western
Norfolk A W. pfd
P . C. C. A St. Louie
Priinl 6ll Car
Pmaod Steol Car pfd
Pulkmo Palace Car
Reading lot pfd
Rdlng Id pfd,.
task 47 H
i.toe 44 si
Rapubllc Stool pld
Rock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
St. L A A F. Id pfd....
St. Loul Soathwaotora. ..
Bu Lou la S. W. pfd
So. Pacific pfd
So. Railwar pfd
Toanaaiaa Coe.1 A Ires...
Txs A PacISc
Toledo. St. L. A W
T . St. L. A W. pid
taloa Pclftc pfd
lalud Slat Eiproo....
failed Stat Raalty
Unitd Stat Rubber....
U s. Rubber pld
Cnltad BXata Steel
U S. StMi pfd
Va. -Carolina l'smlcl . .
V.-C. C. pfd., i-dlv
W a bask ,
WlM-rro gapreaa ....
Walahoas KKctrt ...
Waatar t aloe
Wklio( A Lake Erie...
Wis- Oaatral pfd
Total sale for the say,
tu 111, (144
1 14, roe shares.
Hew York Mlalag Stocks.
NEW YORK. June 2s. Closing quotations
on mining siocas were:
Adaaia Cos , Litis Chlof I
Slloo 114 , otn tat
Siooce s Ifpbir
Bmotwlck Coo ss ,rhealx
CoamMock Taaaol .... It lrtt t
Cea. lai. 4k v a s( Tl
Hars SilTr .-. lat i,rr Neroda It
Iroa sun ss totaii Hoeoa
ledTtii res ( IStaadard 114
WAEHINOTON. June tA-Today's Stat,
ment of the treasury balance In the gen
eral runa. exclusive of the lieu ooo.aio god
reserve shotts. Available cask btvlauoe.
. (.104 41 44
400 MH M
' 'i.'tOO 17 MS4
104 44 444,
. 1.100 14 11V,
. 1.4U0 42 tl
""ioi "so4 'ion
too toV, tott
, 44.400 44S 4
400 IMS4 lilts
, I tOO 14 4S4
14 MSt MS;
. 1.40 71 S 444
'Lioe ii'si ii"
.114.444 144 141
" ioi 'list "iisi
, 1,104 44 Si 44S4
10 17 IS)
111. to ' M4
. tt.tot loist 100
M M H
'. "l'.toi "14'si " ii"
. l.lOt 46S 44S4
r71,416.ss; gold coin and bullion. MO.aO.M7
gold certificates. (40,41,210.
Hew York Money Msrkel.
NB7W YORK. Jane K-MONKY-On eall.
firm and higher at SStfi per cent; ruling
rate. 4W4H per cent; closing bid, IH Per
cent; offered, at 4 per cent. Time loans,
strong; SO days. 4H Pr cent: 90 days, 4jo
per cent; I months, 6 per cent.
PRIMF. MERCANTILE PAPER 6476H
STERLING KXCHANOB-Wesk at It 40
4 M6 for demand and at 84 aiP-vpi-4 R2 for
it-day bills; posted rates, (4 2H1M 88 and
(4"6L'T4S: commercial bills. 14 81 V
ciLVLK-mr, gac: Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, steady: railroad.
ouotatlons on New Tork oonas today
were as follows:
I'. . rf. ta, ri liny, Jaixa to. M aerl
so eoupos liH t 4n ft ctf
V. S. K. r 1114 t lift rlf ...
dd emirna r3V o M lenes....
V. t. i 4. re....irjk 1, a N. tin I 4.
IU Mn. e. a 4 191
V. g. bow 4a, m
Mr. Central 4a...:..
..WJV o 1 l"f '
.. II iMinn. A St. U 4.. N4
. IU iM . K. T. 40 M
,.10IV o ta M
.. M :K. R. It. of M C 41. Mt,
.. VN. I. C. t ..... M'
..ii N. J. c. a to..: ii;s
.. t No. Ptclflc H l'WVt
.. Ml 40 14
..UK N. A W. e. 104
.. O. 8. L rM 4. W
,. M iPenn. r. :'
.. Reidlnf ta. 4o..,. ..!:
. .lt (. L A I. M t. (0.114
Am. Tooaeco 4a....
Atrhitoa cb. 4a...
Ao sal. 4 ,
Atlantic C U 4a...
Bal. A Ohio 4a
Bra. R. T. t. 4o...
Central ot Oa. ta..
so in Inc
So la Inc
4o 14 Inc
Che. A Ohio vi
Chlroso A A. IH
st. u a s r. ii . t
C, B A Q a. 4o ... St. L. VV
C. R. I. A P. 4a....'74S.Reatoare A. L. 4
oo col. 4a M a0. pgriBr m
. . .1 14 V,
CC'C. A It. L. a. 4O..101UI o lot 40 nit...
Colo. Ind. ta. ar. A. T4 Ss Rallwor to...
do aerlea B Jt ITriaa A P. la...
Colorado Mid. 4a It iT.. St. b. A W. 4
t olo. So. 4e Cnlon Pariar o ..
Cuba to 104 ,t . S. Steel M ta
V. A R O. 4t 100IWabaah lo
Planners' h. ta.... Mh, So rieb. B
Brio p. I. 4o ioiui Weatero Md. 4a..
do sen. 4a lit. V a I. K ..
Hooklns Val. 4to lnu Wla. Control 4a...
Japan aa Mk
f Boaton Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON. June 28 Call loans, 48 per
cent. Time loans, 4t,'86H per cent. Official
closing on stocks end bonds:
Atchlaos adj. 4a 40 Adventure
. i A
oo 4S lOOVlAllouei
urt. Central 4a...,
.. 7K Amalgamated ..
. . BSi Amonraa gioc
..Wo ll'al. A Hocla..,
. .18 V4 Copper Ranpo .
. . so Italy Weat .
. .IH I i-lomlr,lon Coal
. .144H yranalln
.. Wm Oranbr
Dneton A Albanf..
Booton A Maine...
Boston Elerated ..
Meilcan Control ..
N. Y.. N. H. A H
I nlon Parlflc
Amer. Arge. Chora.
.. NVi.lat liovai
Amer. Pneu. Tube.
Mao Mining ..
Mont. C. AC...
Old Dominion ..
Amor. T. A T
Amer. Woolen ....
Dominion I. A i..
Bdleoa Eleo. lllu. .
lfV4 failed Copper .
n X. 8. Mining...
4 t . I. Oil
101 1g Winona
74 , Wolverine
United Shoo Maca..
do pfd ..
V. g. Steol
WootlDg. comr.on .
London Closing Storks.
LONDON. June 28. Closing- Quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
Conaola. mono .. It 11-11 N. Y Contra! 131
do account It Norfolk A W fc H
Anaconda 11 I do pfd (.... kt
Atrhlaon Ontario A W 41 .
ao pta io-;peani)iTanla ....
Baltimore A Ohio.
Canadian Pacific ..
the.. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
C, M. A St. P
do lat ptfl
do Id pfd ,
do pfd 1
iouthera PacKc .
Jnlnn Paclfto ....
.no pfd ,
D. A R. O
do lot pfd
do td Dfd
Illlnola Central ..
Loulrrlllo A Naah.
M . K. A T
.. i f.
aniah 4a ,
steadv. 30 l-lod ner ounce.
Muniki iiQ per caou
The rate 01 uiscount in the onen market
for short bills Is per cent; for tores
months' bills, 8 per cent.
Statement Banlc of England.
LONDON. June 28. The weekly statement
of the Bank of England shows the following
cnangea: lotai reserve, decreased AifO.uuu
circulation. Increased ' 414,0(4): bullion, in
creased 394,360; other securities, increased
Al.o.iumo: other deDosiU. Increased 1.906.'
(100; public deposits, decreased 116,0X0;
notes, reserves, , increased b,ouo; govern
ment securities, -unchanged. The proportion
of the bank a reserve to liability this week
Is 47.44 per cent, as compared with 48.04
per cent last week
Statement Bank of France.
PARIS. June 28. The weekly statement
of the Bank of France shows the following
changes: Notes In circulation. Increased
21.2.SO.0OO francs; treasury deposits. Increased
4S.lnfl.000 francs: general deposits, increased
re.ta.uui irancs; goia in nana, increaseu
frft.0ti0 francs; sliver tn hand, decreased
578.000 francs; bills discounted. Increased
to, 826.000 francs; advances. Increased 4.5T5.-
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Strong to Slow Hoes Strom
CHICAGO. June 28. CATTLE Receipt e.
6. 0J0 head; market for best, strong; others,
slow: common to prime steers. I4.004tt.10;
cows. t3.00fi-l 60: heifers. I2.TMie.26: bulls.
12. 7641 4.26; calves, 6.oniplo0; Blockers and
HOOB Ktcelpts, zz,uTW head; market
strnor: choice to Drtme heavy, to.701i6.76
meiium to gone, neavy, tb.b&'ao.w; outcner
weights, es.t3.76; good to choice heavy
mixed, k outo ..(: Dacklna. M.OO.eiH.
SHEEP AN1 LAMBS Receipts, 15.000
head: market for sheep, weak; for lambs,
steady; sheep, 4.60i.6: yearlings, (o.&tXtf
17.00; shorn lambs. K.4ve'7.Sa.
Kansas City Live Stock Market
KANSAS CITY. June 28. CATTLE Re
celpts, 10.000 head, Including 5.000 south
erne: market steady: Quarantine steers 1
shade lower; cnoice export ana aressea
steers. S5 .4241.00: fair to good. (4.26-ti ISO
western fed steers. 7fUS S; stockers and
feeders, 11754(4 60; southern steers, 13.00(0
8 00; southern cows, Iz.uCKpo.so; native cows,
x0054b0; nstlve neirers. w.ztflo.su; Dull
X2fH4 00: calves. I2.60ff.(0.
HOOB Iteceipts, s.uuo neaa; maraet cioeea
weak: top. (8o2H: bulk of sales. 4o.4Mab.JiV,
heavy. (6.67Vfi 62vi; packers, Ib.bOttrj.tjO; pigs
end llehta. 15 6lKil.62'A
BHttf AND L.AMtn neceipis, s.osaj
head: market steady; lambs. (6.00ti7.(6; fed
sheep and yearlings, (5 Ovftti 60; Texas and
Arisona vearnnas. ao.tKni.w: jexas anti
Arlsona sheep, 6.00j.60; Texas goats. 13.00
CS.76; stockers and feeders. (3X.fi 5.00.
lagar and Molasses.
NEW TORK. June M-81'OAR-Raw
firm: fair reflnlns. I l-lbWl'Ac : centrifuge'
K test. 1 4-ltoaSc. Molasses sugar. 2 13-160
r4e. Kenned, steady; .o. s, t.zoc; mo. 1,
4 16o: No. S. 4.10c: No . 4 06c: No. 10. 4c; NO,
11. I5c: No. 12. l0c; No. 11. 86c; No. 14.
Iftsc- mnffctlonera' A. 4.66c: mould A. 105c
cut loaf. 1.40c; cruahed. 6.40c; powdered.
4 WV: eranulated. 4.70c: cubes. 416.
NEW UKLtA N !S. June as c-1 n
Staailvr own kettle rentrlfuaal. line 7-lSc
centrifugal yellow. 3tf3c; seconds, l&
S Y RL P 26030c.
NEW YORK. June 2s. COTTON
closed aulet; middling upland. 10.80c;
dllng gulf. 1106v: sales, ITS bales.
NEW ORLEANS. June IS. COTTON
Krwit steadv : sales. 1.176 bales: low ordl
nary. 7Sc. nominal; ordinary, lc; good
ordinary. IT-lec; low middling, luc: mtd
dllni. lie: good middling, liwc; nitddiin
fair. llTsc. nominal: fair. 11V:; receipts,
1.12s balea: stock. 70.271 bales.
ST. . LOCI 8. June . COTTON-Steady
middllna. 10'c: salea. hales: receipts
tii bales; shipments, 505 bales; stock, 28.411
NEW YORK. June 28 CO FT EB The
market for futures opened steady at un
changed prices to an advance of 6 points In
sympathy with better European rabies.
The market ruled quiet around the Initial
figures until near the close, when local bull
support was In evidt-nce and the market
was finally Ann at an advance of 10 points.
Bales are reported of bags, Including
July at (: October. (.46c; November,
(66c: December, (entreCc; January, (7uc;
March. (86c; May. 7.06c. Spot Rio, steady;
No. 1 Invoice, 7"Vc.
Mllwankee Grain Markot.
MILWAUKEE, June B.-WHEAT-Market
steady; No. 1 northern. (7V4iSc: No.
I northern, (4'47c; September, 42J3V.
RYE-mill: No. 1. sf-tM&re.
BARLEY Steady; No. 2, Mo; sample, Ii
tons-lower; No. t cash. BV&1V;
September, UAo. ...
M1HA LIVE STOCK MARKET
rt Cattle Bhow EearY Advgnoei for
. the Week.
NOGS AVERAGE A LITTLE STRONGER
Good fa Choirs tnrlac La no bo gall
Higher, While Kwea ( All Klads
Ara telllag Fifteen
Ttw eatr-Flve Lowtr,
SOUTH OMAHA. June 2, !".
Official Monday ...
Official 'luesilny ..
Official Thursaay .
canle. tioga. Sneep.
... 1.210 (.is lail
... 4.44T 11. Ui
... l..M4 (.214
. .. .) ld.4ot
Pour dava this week... 12.(11
Same dsys Inst week lo.tii
name two weess ago ls.iif
bame three weeks ago..).lto
Same four weeks sgo... li.461
Same days last ear....l,lii
tne loi.uwing teoie shows the tecelpis of
cattle, hogs and sneep st rioutn oinah
lor the year to date, compared with last
ear: i. l. inc.
Cattle 471.271 422.106 fci.ios
Hogs I,4zt.i24 1. .'M lou.in
Sheep '.bs,U 734,441 21,(87
The followina? will Mhnu.' ti.e uricea raid
for tha uiilerent kinds of ecttie on the
ooutn Omana market:
Oood to choice corn-fed stere 5.1O4i.70
rair to goou coi-n-tea steers 4.1110
Common to fair corn-tea steres.... t.soi.it
tuod to cnoice cows and nOilers.. t.w.n.oo
run to goua cows and neiier .ts,.w
Common to fair cows ana neifers.. t.ioue.usr
vua m c.iuliv ilut'Kcr M Itfeueie.. 4. iBa4. W
Sir tu gsoa stockers una leuuers. t.lMl. ,b
Common to fair Blockers t.ifw -
uiis, stags, etc I.TWtj-U"
Veal calves 4 Oti-4.76
"U toiiueriiiar table shows tha a
price ot nogs at bourn omana tor tne tost
""'', nays, wltn comparisons;
Pats. IM. jllOl.jllot.llloi.lllW.lllvl.ll'JOo.
uno l(... ( jrm 6 E 4 8 ( 0I T I4 4 a
une 17... , t .! 7 I
uneM...lUi a a s I kki 6 e I 01
une is... i o i & ( ; a hi 1 al, t 41, t w
U.i V... B U I l. i 00, lot I lal W rl
une ( r,i I lv) ( ui T 4S I KM 4 U
une s... b 4-'si s ii s On 6 (4 s w, e w
une id..., i0j g ,, ,4, T 4, 14
une k...i i , . i . 1 l l B,
June 26... ( S34i a a B;i 7 1 10
une 2B...I ( 4-i I 1 6 70: T 111 6 931 i l
une 7... ( a. I 14 6 bo, 7 Mi 5 i 4 vi
une so... 4 oo, 6 111 Jo(ll
RANGE IN PRICES.
Omaha I2.umu6.i0 (t.4tou.ui
Cmcago l.xiv.iu t tottt.it
ivansas City z.uuut.uu .twt.tili
Ct. LXI UlS liluaat b.Duu.iU
Sioux city !.0tu6.40 s.ost.ao
The foiiowins iiiuwi tne nutnuer of car
or aiocaers and feedeiS snipped 10 lue
country and weir points ot oaeunauon:
K. Hyde. Haaunas. ia. J t
C Leonard, ixigau, la. 1. C I
J. Axp, .New iJoeiiy, ia. K. 1 1
w.ttwer, Veraon, xseo. At. f
r . Barliett. Kxirs. ia. it. 1 i
Ueorge nenniugs, LunUp, la. 1. c 4
r. eprague, aha, la. ai. at vj
U. t. r iynn, taae Huron, alien. M. ot U. i
vs . w. tint, outline censer, is- rt. i j
O. M. Mintun. Modale, la. N. W
the vuiciai iiammr ot cars ot sioca
bruuBiu in luoti uy racn ioau waa:
cattle, huit. bnevp.H rs.
Al. ot at. r s
sussourl facinc lo
IB B 4
( .. ..
212 ' 14 11
cnlon rAciiiu stein oe
C. ox IS. V., eaei I
C tt N. ., vteti iv
C, ot. -., sd. ot U.... 14
C. U. oc 14., east 1
C, a. V, west 21
I., it. 1. tt P., east., t
C, rt. 1. ex P., weal.. 1
IU.dois Cenliai t
cmcago til. v estern 1
TOUl receipts 147
Tlio uiopuit-iuit ot tue day rece.pts Wee
loiluwo, eacii uujrer puauttasiug lu nuiu
iter ui nettu tuuit.ai.eu;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co...
own 1 and v.o,uiny
cuaahy Pscsin. Co
Ainiuur t co
cuasny, irom ji. C
Aimour, tioin K. C......
vansant at s,o
LoDinan ex Co
nlll ax nun
bol Leg an
J. B. ivooi at co
independent Pkg Co......
ToUlS 1,447 14.XN l,tH6
Ca 1 io liiers was A very lair run ot
cattie nets tor a i'nursday, but tns rr
ceipts for tne weeg to uate aie conslderaoly
smaller than tast ween, aunouga largor
man a year ago,
ins beet slaoi market was In very satls-
lactuiy conaiiion again tooay, tnerc using
good active demand tor tne geaiiable
Sinos of well rinieneo. cattle, wnich sola at
prices that looaea luny steady and In spo'.s
iitue stronger. ins tact is, aesiraDis
wen nnisned cattle are 2oj4oc nigner tnau
last week. Ihe medium Kinds of cattie
this morning were not so much sought
after and were no more tnan steady wun
yesteroay, it mlgnt be adoed that tne 00. rv
mon to meaium grBaes navs not snowu
very much Improvement, the market on
that kind belna not to exceed IOOijdc higher
tnan a week ago and In a great many cases
not that mucu. the best cattle here sola
up to (6.70, the highest price paid since last
Drv lot cows and heifers were in vary
rood demand this morning ana genera:iy
ibo hlsher than yesterday. That kind of
cattle haa shown about the sains advance
aa have good kinds or beet steers, ins
fact Is all kinds of cows and heifers that
rouid show anv auallty whatever sold
little more freely toaay. Borne very goou
Idaho grass cows brought 14. 2&.
There were no stockers or feeders of tvny
consequence in sight.
Ma, 4. r. a A. Pr.
1 144 I M II Ill I 14
II 141 I It II lltl I 14
17 404 I 44 10 1014 ( II
I IH I U 14 1101 I II
( toO 4 44 14 144 ( It
( 1111 4 14 II 1414 I 44
4 471 4 44 H 1171 ( 44
BO 444 4 44 14 1144 I 44
1 1044 4 14 4 1444 I 44
It 1041 4 44 If ltlt I 14
II Ill ill 44 1 tot I It
11 Ill 4 It 44 1141 I 14
U 1071 4 It 44 1114 I 44
1 1014 4 44 14 1174 4 44
14 144 4 ti 11 1314 ( 44
It 744 4 4 to 1WI I 40
tl 104 ( 44 II WM ( tl
tl Ut4 I 44 W till ( 44
II 1041 I 44 10 1444 I 44
11 1144 I 40 44 1141 ( 44
1 1014 ( 44 II 1441 I 44
(1 1114 ( Ot 1 1444 ( 44
14 1 Ml I 14 14 1440 I 14
tl 1114 I 14 14 1444 4 14
1 410 I to 1 1144 ( 44
f 44 I 04 1011 I 40
1 400 ( 40 14 174 14
1 10 I 40 1 404 I 44
1 1 40 I 44 1 1111 I 40
1 44 I 14 1 1014 I 14
1 100 t It , t 444 I It
4 411 I 40 14 1141 I 44
1 444 I tt 1 400 I 44
1 IM I It 1 44 I 44
1 174 t 44 1 1M0 I 44
I 1110 I 14 14 104 4 00
1 444 I 74 1 1140 4 40
1 474 I 14 1 1110 4 44
1 no 1 to 1011 4 11
1 474 I 44 1 1444 4 14
444 I 44 1 1144 4 It
1 1144 I 44 1 1014 4 14
1 1144 I 1 1174 4 44
i. 1044 i it I in 4 14
I 1044 I St t 1444 4 M
1 440 tt 1 117t 4 14
(1 414 III 1 140 4 44
K) Ill I tt 1 1114 4 44
II 1M I 44 1 1110 4 44
t 1060 I 44 I Hit 4 44
1 1440 I 44 t U , I 44
1. (44 I 14 11 .. 44 I 44
1 414 I It t 14 I II
I. IM I tt I IM I It
1 lot I M I til 4 44
1 171 I 44 4 474 4 14
1 44 44 1 444 4 K
f A4 I 44 14 lit 4 44
1 44 t 4 44 4 44
4 411 ( 44 1 74 4 40
I I 14 1 44 4 44
1 44 I 44 4 Stt 4 4
1 144 14
t 1144 I 44 1 1444 I Tl
1 11M 44 1 144 I II
44 I 44 I 144 I It
I 1404 ( 44 1144 ( 44
1 414 I 14 1 144 ( 44
1 1040 ( 44 I Itot I tt
1 44 I I 1 144 I 44
1 114 I St 1 IM 4 44
1 1104 I M 1 414 4 44
t SB4 ( 44 1 1414 4 44
( 44 ( 44 1 1144 4 44
1 144 ( 44 t ItM 4 44
I IBM I 44 1 1 74 4 14
( 141 ( 44 I ill 4 t
We own and offer the
(Ihonnemne. N. Met 4'S
Allegheny Co., Pa
nearer Co., Pa
Boioman. Mont. . .'
Boston, Maaa Itrg
Boston. Ma., Heg
Canyon Co., Idaho
Chicago Sanitary Dlst . . .
Chicago HanitArj ltt . . .
Chicago Sanitary Wet . . .
Chlcsgo South Park . . . .
Coblesklll, N. Y Beg. ..
Colorado Springs, Co..
Cook Co.. 111.. School
. . . .4's
. . . .4's
. . . 4i
. . . .B's
. . . . tVs
Cook CO., Ill
Corona, CaI School llt. . .
Elgin, 111., School ILt
Eureka Springs, Ark.
Ford County, IU
Frankfort, Ky. .
Glout ester, Mass. . .
King Co., Wash., School Dist
Lincoln Co., Wash
Ixs Angeles, Cal .' .
Massachusetts State, Keg . . .
Memphis, Tenn. . . .'
Midland Co., Mich
Muskegon Heights, Mich . . .
Newark, X. J., Keg. Water. .
New Castle Co., Del
New Vork City, Reg
Xew Vork City, Beg
North Andovet. Mass
OL - ,11 S
Oregon Twp., Ogle Co., 111.
Taxton, III., School Dlst. . .
Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Poplar Bluff, Mo., School Dlst. 4 4's
Portland, Ore B's
Port Washington, Wis 4's
Racine, Wis 4's
Rhode Island State, Reg 8's
Salt Lake Co.. I'tah 4 4's
Sau Antonio, Texas 4 4's
Sen Diego, Cal., School Dlst. ..B's
Sandusky, Ohio 4's
San Jacinto, Cal 8's
Seattle, Wash., School Dlst. . . .4's
Seattle, Wash. B's
Spokane, Wash., School Dist.. 4 4 'a
Spokane, Wash 4's
Sterling, III 4 4's
Sussex Co., Del 4's
Temple, Texas S's
Trinidad, Colo 4 4's
Vermilion Co., 111., School
Dlst (Danville Jet.) 6s .
Warn, Texas B's
Waterloo, la.. School Dist .... 4'a
Weatherford, Texas .... .... B's
Wellston, Mo., School Dlst. . . .4's
W est Plains, Mo B's
Yankton, 8. Dak 4 4's
Listed on N. Y. Stock Exchange. Listed on Chicago Stock Exchange.
Prices and full particulars on any of the above Issues will b
furnished on request. ,
Deposits received subject to check and interest allowed on baUanoea. .
Letters-of credit issued on Bank of Scotland, London.
Personal interviews invited. .
204 Dearborn Street
t 1744 t 40 1 1204 I N
1 1(40 J.T4
1 lift ( 14 14 144 ( 0
( 444 4 40 1 144 ( 44
1 114 4 44 ' 1 114 ( 44
( 14 4 40 ' 1 144 ( W
1 110 4 Tl 1 114 ( Tl
1 IH IN 1 KM I Tl
( U0 44 1 140 ( T4
( 144 I 44 1 144 I 71
I KM I 40 1 114 I 71
4 (04 I 44 1 14 I T4
( 1T4 I M ( 14 ( II
( 144 I ,0
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
4 44 -I
.1164 4 14
.104 ( 44
.no 1 04
.444 1 40
, IN IS
. 11 ( 44
17 steers.... 9WJ I 4u 4 cows 147 (X
HOGS RecelDis of hoes were ouita lib
eral (or a Thursday, but Ihe tola! for the
week Is way short of last week's record, as
will be noted from the table of receipts.
The market opened a little bit slow, but
at the same lime a little s iron re r than
leroay. uoorj nogs on tne opening sola
Isrsely at SeJ.t as sgainat (8.4204. w yes
terday, with tha best selling up as high
(066. the same as the ton yesterday.
After the orders for that kind were
It was hard work to get over (6.42S4 for the
general run of hogs. The fact that pro
visions came lower created a weak feeling
on the close.
Ne. at. Sk. Pr. . A, s. fr.
41 14 40 I 40 44 t4 (to 4 44
14 Ill 40 4 41 M 12 ... I 44
(0 ill ... 41 v, 11 t4 44 4 44
41 141 ... 4 4!e 14 114 ... 4 44
Tl Ill ... 4 41 71 144 ... 4 44
T4 164 40 4 41S 7t XM ... Ill
44 134 44 4 4! II tf4 ... 4 44
44 134 ... 4 41 14 114 40 4 a
T4 ill 40 S 42SS It Ill 40 4 44
1 IM 40 4 41'e 1 lit 40 4 a
14 14 40 4 41 74 IM (4 I 44
11 Ill 144 4 41 11 114 ... 4 44
74 174 ... 4 41 44 (71 (4 4 41
71 Ill 14 4 41 4 141 ... 4 44
74 Ill 114 ( 41 44 14 114 I 44
40 144 44 4 41 II .141 ... 4 44
M 144 ... 4 41 41 44 ... 4 44'
44 141 44 4 41 44 114 44 4 44
tt Ml 140 4 41 41 HI 40 44
T4 Ill ... 141 44 124, ... 4 14
14 11 ... 4 It 44 Hi 40 4 44
14 114 144 4 41 T4 . l 140 4 44
44 14 40 4 41 44 10 . . I 44
44 114 114 I 42 44 114 44 4 44
40 Ill 40 4 41 44 144 .. 1 4
T4 144 (41 41 141 ... (44
41 174 ... 4 41 II 114 ... 144
11 141 ... ( tl II 211 (0 4 41
II II (0 (41 II til ... (41
44 144 44 ( 41 44 t4 ... I 4T
47 14 40 (41 II 144 40 ( 41
44 t"l 40 4 II 44 M4 44 4 II
44 154 40 41 41. Ml ... 147
T4 441 144 1 41, 44 11 44 ( 41
(1 (44 ... ( 44 44 11 14 I 41
Tl ill ... 1 44 44 144 ... 4 44
14 144 ... 4 44 II 170 ... I 44
41 Ill ... 4 44 Tl 171 ... ( 44
44 t'7 10 I 44 R 401 44 ( 41
14 Ill 44 4 44
SHEEP As usual just previous to July
4, there was a very good demand for holi
day spring Ismbs ana good to choice stuff
sold up to (S.K-B8 !. the highest prices paid
In some time st this point, ji might be aodi-d
that they were the beat that havs b.o
seen here of late and the market could be
quoted on that kind as lbQJoc higher. On
the other hand common to medium SDring
lambs were slow and a little lower. Shorn
lambs wsre lust about steady.
Tha wire edge seems to be gone from the
ewe market anj ths trade was slow snd
16j2ic lower then the high point the first
of the week. The reason Is very easy to
discover Ewes have been selling at this
point, owing to tha light rnxipis, way out
of Uae wUA eeeiero markets. Oood lo
following ilifh frade bonds:
1 Bar of Ollillte Hjr. Co.. 1st.
I lieiiniKiiain iwiy x itriuxn v t-
lumhla It. R., lt 8 s
J Boston Albany R. R 4 s
I 11, ,(!. . A llnulii.hllllll ft'a
et-nr-ro tt Alton Bef . ,
..a. V M. P. (C (fe
Chicago t Kastern III B'S
Chicago & Indiana Coal By. 1st B's
Central Pac. K. R. Keg. 1st. .4's
lenver Rio Grande 4 4's
F.lgln, Jollet Fast em Ry.
Fitrhhurg R. R 4's
Collateral Trust .
Kentucky Central .
I & N. (Nashville, Florence
Louisville, ew Albany
Chicago (Chic. t Ind.) 1st B's '
Montsna Central 1st B'a
Michigan Central (T. L. 8.)
X. Y. C. & Hudson R. Reg. 8 4's
X. Y., New Haven A Hartford
Deb., Reg. . SH's
Pitts., Cln., Chi. 4ft St. L. R. R.
Series A 44'
Tacoma Kastern Ry. Co. 1st... B's
Baltimore County Water A
F.lectrie Co. 1st B'S
Birmingham Ry. Light 4ft
Power Co 444s
Chicago Fdlson Co. 1st B's
Commonwealth Klec. Co,
(Chicago) 1st B'a
Dayton .F.I ee. Lt. Co. 1st B's
Detroit F.dlson Co. 1st ...... .B's
Duluth Edison Klec. Co. 1st. . .B's
Grand Rapids Muskegon
Power Co. 1st ............ B's
Houston Lgt. ft Power Co. 1st B's
Interurban Ry Co. of Des
Moines 1st B's
Lscletle Gas Lt. Co. 1st B's
Laclede Gas Lt. Co. Ref . . . .B'a
Lex. Ave. Pavonla Ferry 1st. .B's
Ix Angeles Edison Co B's
Metropolitan St. Ry. (Kan.
Mich. SlAte Tel. Co. 1st B's
Milwaukee El. Ry. A Lt. Co...4 4'i
Montreal Lt., Ht. A Pr. Co.
1st . .4's
Municipal Gas A Electric Co.,
Rochester, 1st 4 4's
Newark Pass. Ry Co. 1st... B's
X. Y. Gas A Klec. Lt., Ht. A
Power Co. 1st . . B'a
Northern Texas Trae. Co. 1st. .B's
Northwestern Elevated 1st.. 4's
Omaha Eleo. Lt- A Power Co.
Penn. A Mahoning Valley Ry, . .B's
Peoples Gaa IX. . Coke
Portland Gen. Electric Co. 1st. B's
Seattle Lighting Co. 1st B's
Seattle-Tacoma Power Co. 1st. B's
South Bend Fuel Gaa Co, 1st. B's
South Ferry. R. R. 1st B's
Schenectady Ry. 1st ....... . .44's
Springfield aft East BU Ry Co. .
1st . B's
Syracuse Gas Co. 1st... B's
Terre Haute W. W. Co. 1st. . .4 4s.
Union Elec. Lt. aft Pow. Co. 1st. B's
United Elec. Lt. ft Power Co.
of Baltimore 44's
United Trac. Co. (Albany A
Troy) ... 44's
Winnipeg Elec. Ry. Co B's
Harris & Company
choice ewes have been Balling at (.00r-'.A,
while at Chicago It takes very choice stuff
to bring K.W and the market st Buffalo is
still lower. Yesterday's Chicago Drovers
Journal quoted the extreme top on handy
weight ewes at W.OO. with the bulk at (6.K)
fSe sb and many loads carrying soma heavy
ewes at (4.60. Heavy export ewes sold at
Chicago at (6.60, with most of the choice
weighty ewes at (6 2ru6.o. With prioea like
thoae reported from Chicago It Is not sur
prising that buyers at this point seemed
to feel this morning that they have beeii
paying too much and hence were dlepoeec
to let the stuff alone, except at a somewhat
lower range of prices as noted above.
Quotations: Oood to choice spring lambs,
(7.i6'U.k: good to choice western shorn,
lambs, (100jr7.2fi; fair to good shorn lambs,
(6 607.(l0; cull lambs, (4 6ot 60; good to
choice yesrlings, (6.26$.(0; fair , to good
yearlings, U.it4iS; good to choice wethers,
(42664.60; fair to rood wethers, (6.7l43.2B:
good to choice ewes, 6.7S0 J6; fair to good
ewes, (4.5004 76; bucks, 14.26434.71
12 western ewe culls
( western ewe culls
36 western cull ewes
10 cull awee
6 spring cull lambs
M spring lambs
(0 spring lambs
46 spring lambs
1 western buck
7 western ewes
1(1 western ewes
2l( western spring lambs...
70 western spring lambs...
. m w
. tt (76
. (1 ITS
. n t6
.S3 I 2e
. w In
. u ( oo
. 6( 10
. (3 IK
.10 I 40
.64 T 76
. m tre
St. I.eals Live Steek Market.
ST. I.OUI8. Mo.. June IB.-CATTLE
Receipts, S.ono head. Including (.100 Texana;
markat for natives higher; Texana strong;
native shipping and export slsera, Hft
6 (6; dressed beef and butcher steers, U $
(.10: steers under 1,000 pounds, (J 604J4. H.
stockers snd feeders, tlbirtfi.U; cows snel
heifers. (I.OOTrt ; canners (I.OOtTl.00; hulls,
tt euiH.K; calves. (3 OOij! 6i; Texas antt
Indian steers, $2 7V&4 60; cows and heifers,
HOOS-Recelpts, 1.000 head: market
atmng; pigs snd lights, S00(6(eS; packers,
( &e.70; butchers and best heavy, ti tbit
8HEEP AND JJi MBS Receipts, l.lro
head; market steady; native muttons, tt-Off)
(00: lambs. RootfnOO; culls snd bucks, (4.
36.u0; stockers, (3 (536 00.
t. Joeeeh Live Stack Market.
8T. JOSEPH. Mo.. June -CATTLE
Receiots. 2.400 hssd; market steady: aatlves,
(4 ftVSi 6; cows and heifers, fl.biftfji )) stock
era snd feeders. 13.7604.00.
HOOS Receipts. (.061 head; market
steady; Kent. K-Wrtli E6; medium and
hesvv. 47WM ZH
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, (It htadl
market 10c higher; lambs. (8.10.
Slaax City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX C1TT. Ia.. Juns . (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 400 head. Mar
ket strong; stockers steady; beeves, 40fva
(40; cows, bulls and nrlxed. (I 034 (0;
stockers and feeders. (3 404-lo; calves sad
HOGS Receipts. (.600 head. Msrket
strong, selling st HiiJt.l9; bulk of sales,
Steek (a Sight.
Receipts of live tlork st the sis principal
western markets yesterdsv:
South Omaha 3
Bloux Cltv 4n0
Kansas City 10.0
Bt. Joseph I 4i )
Bt Louis 6 0f
( wis 6.CS
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