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THE OMAHA DAILY BKEi SATURDAY, JCXE 30, 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET IZB !r Jrwtws
B- -U V
KKW tORK URACHAL, MARKKT
Enlli Tail to 8t-p Wheal la Townwu
SEPTEMBER CLOSES OVER CENT LOWER
Cora raasaally Flraa la the rae f
This nnkitn aaa God
Weather Actaal Gala
la Big; Moiiai,
OMAHA, June it. WA.
Wheat continued on 111 downward court
today, Price were oft at the opening, the
heavy rain all through th tp.lng wheat
country having do eaect. Snortiy me mar
ket turned uronr,, advancing about S!
only to brea again. The decline reached
ISo below yeaterday. with a recovery of
fco at the close. Harveit I progressing
ravoraoie in the southwest ana continue!
report come of Rood yield.
The cash demand I not very food. Thl
country i sun out of line for export, a.ul
Dear confidently expect good report on
winter yield and good proepect fur spring
wheal will eend rrlre mum lower
Corn eteadfastly refuaed to yield with tl.t
weakness in wheat, and thl In spite of
good weather and only a fair cAh demand,
It not only held It own today, but gained.
Tli opening wa unchanged on September
and there wa a gain of V, with a subse
quent loss of o. July closed So abova
There wa no tradlna in oat.
Argentina shipments of wheat were l.SW.-
V buhtls, against t.eM.OUO bushels last
week. Corn shipment were 2,U7,OVO bushels,
against t.oa.CMi bushels last year.
Iho Modern Miller says: "Returns from
the threshing of wlntrr hMt renerallv
show i good yield of grain of excellent mill
ing quality. Few reports of deficient yield
are -received. Crop conditions in Nebraska
nave Improved since tbe recent rain and
the good crop promise elsewhere I main
tamed. Rain have impeded the harvest
and delayed movement to market, but the
rroieots are that the movement will be
tree if the weather continue favorable.
1'rlmary wheat receipt mere 231,000
bushel and shipment 120,000 bushels,
. aKuinsl recelpta last year of 282.001)
bushels and shipment of 107,000 bushels.
Corn receipts were 717,000 bushels and
shipments 411, 000 bushels, against receipts
Ust yesr of 830.000 bushels and shipments
of (51,000 bushels. Clearances were 27,000
barrels flour, 214.000 bushel corn and
440,000 bushels oats.
Liverpool closed fNd lower on wheat
and u Hd lower on corn.
I.oral range of options:
Articles. Op-il.T Hlgh. Low. Close TeVy.
NEW MR STOCKS AND BONDS
A asked. B bid
Omaha Cask Sale.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 1 car, 75c.
CORN No. J. 2 cars, 47c.
Oanaha Cash Prices.
WH BAT No. 2 hard, 74Vt877c; No,
7C&ic: No. 4 hard, (Mtf.oc; No. 2
74l,c; No. spring. 70fi73c.
CORN No, 2, 47c; No. J. WUi
sawc; No. 3 yellow, 47Vc; No,
7'it7ac: No. I white. Vri9c.
OATS No. t mixed. W'8".!h'-tc; No. I whlta,
Kuii'c; No. 4 white, K6Vt'tj V,c.
. KYJfc-No. 1, 6c; No. t. fci67o. 1 '
. Carlo! Heesiyta,
47c; No. -4.
. f yellow,
.mi lint pons
St. Louis ..
tiaotatlona at the Pay Tarleas
KEW TORK, June 2FrrR Re
ceipts, 11.441 bbls; exports. lt.ll bbls.;
sls. 4.000 packaaes: market steady but
dull: winter patents. 14000410; winter
etrslghts, ll.10C4.10; winter extrss, 11
140; winter low granes, u mi'jmn,
Minnesota patents, 4 tie 4 IS; Minnesota
bskere. 114W1S. Rve flour quiet; fair
to good, tl.46 0 4 5; choice to fancy, li st
W . . ... . .
CORNMFAI Steady, nne wnite ana yel
low, 11.2001. 21; coarse, 11.10 tj 112; kiln
RYE Dull; No. I western, Wc, nominal,
f. o. li.. New York.
WHEAT Receipts 21.200 bushels; sale",
I,600,00 bushels futures; spot market
easy; No. S red. flTtc elevator: ISO. Z tea,
ttSc nominal t. o. b. afloat; No. 1 north
ern Duluth, 114c nominal f. o. b. afloat!
No. 1 northern Manitoba, llHc nominal t.
o. b. afloat. Sharp decllnea occurred in
wheat today, patching stop loss orders, the
rlose showing U to IS net decline. Im-
firoverl weather and crop news, a besr
ih Modern Miller report and weakness
In outside markets were the matn in
fluences connected with the break. July,
IIItSMV, closed. 7c; September,
7Hc, ctoed, 17c; December. 8t
tJIOr, closed. It4c.
CORN Receipts 47.J00 bushels; ex
norta. 1511 Si bushels: sale 66.000 bushels
futures. Spot market firm; No. 2, 0W
nominal elevator and ISOc nominal f. o. n,
afloat; No. 2 yellow, lOHe nominal; No. 1
white, 61e nominal. Option market had a
sharp advance early on light country ac
rntanres and hull eiiPDort. but finally re
acted with wheat, closing only "Ac net
.. . . , . . , . Y.
nigner: Juiy cioeea, eec; ppMmnuwi.
WVe, closed 68 4c; December closed
''oATS Receipts 28,500 buhels: export
440 bushels: snot market firm: mixed oat
2 to 82 pound. IIS 4 44c; natural white,
10 to II pounds, 44$ 45c; clipped white.
18 to 40 pounds, 41 Oslo.
FEELv-fjteady; spring bran. Ii25 first
half July shipment; middling, 119.75 first
half July shipment.
HAY Steady; shipping. 6565c: good to
HOPS Steady; Paclfla coast, isos, irr
lie; 1104, II Oil He; old nominal; stato.
common ta rhntce. 1905. ff 1 sc.
HIDES Rteadv. Oalveston. 20 to Zt
pound, 20c; California, 21 to 25 pound,
lie; Texas dry. 24 to 10 pounos ic.
LEATHER Steadv: acid. C27ViC
PROVISIONS Beef steady; family.
111 001011 K0: mesa. 1 4.60 iG . 00 : beef hams.
izo.BOff 22.00: packet, is.&n'oi iv.e. tut
mpsla. Arm: mickled bellies. Ill.OOtT
IS. 00: pickled shoulders, !8 00Ol..t;
nlckled hams. 112 000 12.50 Lard. Arm
western prime. 18.8b; rennea, stema ,
continent. IS 2i; South America, 19. .5; com
pound, 747c. Fork, tirm; lamny. ihm;
short clear, 1. 75 18.60; mess, I17.21&
TALLOW- Steady; city, 6c; country,
RICE Steady; domestic, rair 10 extra,
BL 1 T Kit rirm; renovaiea. common 10
extra. 1218V4e; western factory, common
to firsts. 12(filr.V.c.
CHEESE Steady; receipts. 1.405; new
Tork etate full creams, large fancy, lie;
New York Tull creams, fair to food.
tt0Kc: New York full creams, small
fancy, 11c; New York full creams, fair ta
a cod. ionize: new lorx run creams, 111
ferlor, IHHc; skims. 7jl.
li: DMadl" r,-pinl 13. MIX: Stat
Pennsylvania and nearby, fancy selected
white. 23c. cnoice. zitrzzc: cnoice mixeu.
extra, 20S21c; western firsts, lmoiic;
western seconds. 1616c; southerns, . 14
rul'l.TBI- Live, quiet; wemprn spring
ehlrkana 18c? fowls, l.llc: turkev. !Kal2c:
dresned, qvilt; western spring chickens, 17
1821c; turkeys, liaise; rowis,
Eellinar Preunr Continnoi to
Tlroncbont to 8wiioii.
MARKET WEAK AND "SEMI-DEMORALIZED
Closa Is Hear taa Lswrit, wltk
Uaterlal Ket Lasses la Prae
tteally taa Eatlra
CHICAGO GRAVt AMD PROVISIONS
CHICAA June 29. General selling
Trading; ail Cloatagj
Board of Trad.
longs caused weakneas today In the local
wheat market. At the close September
was down 1'ktflHc. Corn was unchanged
Oat showed a gain of He. Provisions were
6i7Wn hlarher to 10c lower.
Sentiment In the whest pit was Inclined
to be weak for the greater part of the
day, but several times the market rallied
slightly on covering by shorts, which wss
bssed upon the excellent weather for the
harvesting of winter whest. There wss a
little rally early In the day on buying by
coin ml felon houses with northwestern con
nectiuns. The news from the northwest
aa sxaln of a bullish character, add!
tlonal rains being reported In vsrious sec
tions of the winter whest country. Later
In the session the market was srrectea
bv rerutrts from Missouri and southern
Illinois which claimed that the yield of
wheat In Ihose sections would be very
heavy. During the last hour, the market
wss extremely weak on general eelllrur.
Shorts were the best buyers. The clone
wss week with prices rlose to the lowest
point of the day. September opened un
changed to c lower st 827iHS3c. sold at
83kc snd declined to 8lc. The close was
at 8lVme. Clearances of wheat and
flujir were eaual to 118.1O0 bushels. Kx
ports for th week a shown by Brad-
street's were eaual to l.OOO.OOO bushels
I'rlirary receipts were 2E9,Of bushels against
29.',ii0 bushel for the same dsy last yer.
Minneannlla. Duluth and Chlcaxo reported
recelnta of 222 care against 230 cars last
nnA ir nri a vesr sao.
Light country acceptances and a lively
ahinninr rivmanH caused the corn market
to be st ron a nesrly all day. 1-ate in the
Miinn linuutation. couDled with the break
In wheat, resulted in a loss of much of
ths early firmness. Th market closed
stesdy. September opened a shade to He
higher at 6JYo'"'i' lo Mc, sold between
t2tcitiO ana ciosea mi e--v
. . . - r. Iff"
ceipi were on oars win, im
Th oats msrket wa firm all day. There
wm unrul s-nnral demand, based largely
upon hot weather, which was said to.b
detrimental to the best development of
the new crop. Offerings wera light. The
msrket cVsed firm. September opened un
changed o 'c higher at snban.wo,
v a need to and closed at S64,
t r lr,l were 124 cars.
Trading In provlalons wss quiets Early
In the day the market wa firm on buying
by local packers, but lster the msrk.t
A. .a n? iriha In svmDSthy with ths
break In wheat. At th close September
pork wa down 1"C at 1170. Lard w
upi.KAaed at 18 lit. Rib were bWt,c
fc , . t IB 3ftf, a X.'W.
17 cari- ,6fc'P ' toT tomorrow: Whest.
wiirTl.? -ra; . "; hogs.
Th leading futur ntei followi.
Article. Opert.l Hli.rrsf.w ZSZiZ
St. Laata General Market
8T. LOUIS,' June 20. WHEAT Lower;
No. 2 red, cah, elevator. t)c track, Oc;
July, 7J'.i7c; Beptemotr, !4(aiJ?c; xso.
2 hard. lktMc.
CORN Weak; No. I cash. 6lc; track.
62c: July. wiHc; ueptemrjer, isc
V' l J I I IK MCI lw. am , II .1,11,
28t3c; July. 17; September, H6-)3j36Vc;
no. z wnite. jc.
FIX1 R Bteady; red winter patents, M.3S
64.60; extra fancy and straight, 13.764.30;
clear, i:'. 76(8 3.25.
SEED Timothy higher. 83.0O3.5O.
CORNMBAL Higher. 2.).
FRAN Dull: sacked east track, 802c
HAY-Flrmi timothy. I12.504i17.00; prairie.
IRON COTTON TIES 41.00.
HEMP TWIN E 7V4C.
PROVISIONS Pork. lower: Jobhlng,
11(70. Lard, steady; prime steamed. Ik.46.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts,
13.60; clsar ribs, SS.62Vi; short clears, !.8;4.
hutcon, steany; Doxed extra snorts, Ki.a
i-lar rib. 110.S7U: short clears. 110.S2U
POULTRY Weak; chickens, SWc; springs.
liic; turays, jic; aucas. sc; geese, oc.
BUTTER Steady : creamery. 1521c:
EGGS Lower, 12Hc,
NEW YORK. June t Stock cam upon
the msrket freely from time to tlm today
in continuance, of the liquidation move
ment recently In progreea. Th result was
sort ot nibbling st prices wninn mane
constant Inroads upon vslues and was
highly dlaconcertlna to holder of long
lock. Th consequence was a growth In
selling pressure until In the final hour the
market took on the wk and demoralised
tone which characterised Wednesdays
break. In a few cases price got back to
a lower level than during th decline of
the first part of yeeterday' session.
The bear party showed treat caution In
Its operations and made no such raid on
price sa were in evidence earlier in the
reek. It w evident that a waiting de
mand existed at the lower level and thl
wa attributed to th outstanding ahort
who took the opportunity in this way to
realise their proms. There were no Im
portant incidents bearlna on value In
today new. Money on call wa aetWa
sll dsy In consequence of calling of loan
by the banks in preparation for meeting
the July settlement requirement. The
fact that this Is the last day of prepare
tlntt previous to the July 1 payment, aa
th money market at th Stock exchange
Is wholly nominal on Saturday, left room
for some feelln that th worst effect or
the coming requirements were being felt
In today's money market. Advice from
Washington -during the day pointed to th
possiDinty or a nnol adjournment ot con
gress tonight. As large short selling for
bear account Is believed to have been baaed
on apprehensions of further congressional
action against corporations, professional
operators looked for some covering demand
upon the adjournment of congress. The
argument was heard slao that the ad
ministration program against the trusts ha
peen outlined, leaving no further measures
to be reared. Trie seeming restraint witn
which the bears operated In th market
was accounted for by these considerations
The supposition that money win work
easier with the turn of the half year has
played a part In the day s operations, a,
though It wa pointed out that on pre
vloua occasions the unsettlement In money
has continued for several day after the
period of the ettlement. The announce
ment of 1600,0(10 gold secured from the Bank
of. England for export has the effect of
confirming confidence that next week's ex
pected large arrivals of Soutn Arrlcan
aold In London would be secured for New
York. Although the banks have lost-over
81.000,000 to the sub-treasury on the 'week'
operations, there has been a suracietit gain
on the express movement with the Interior
to indicate an Increase In cash ot about
12.700.000. The week's liquidation in stock
Is expected to reduce the loan item and
make a stronx bank return.
Stocks which have been most active In
the speculation continued under notable
presaWe, notwithstanding these restraining
factors. It was concluded that the calling
or loans still affected most directly stock
market pools and large speculative holdings
in the market. The concurrent weakness
of the Hill railroad stock and of the
I nlted States Steel stocks pointed to Haul
datlon of speculative holdings which have
been acquired In connection with th Great
Northern ore lands deal- report. Rumor
pointed to the closing out of an Important
speculative account for an estate In process
of settlement. Today's reports of earning
of railroads for May made a strong show
ing with the exception of that for Reading.
which snowed the final effects or th an
thracite miners' strike. The lowest price
of the day were touched In the last hour
and th market closed week and near the
lowest with material net losses throughout.
Bonds were heavy. Total ssje. par
value, $1,170,000. United States' 3s, coupon,
declined H per cent on call.
The following ar th quotation on the
000 gold reserve shows: Available cash
lance, 1174, nil. Ill; gold coin and bul
lion, 190, 014, 171; gold certificates, 140,-
NEW YORK. June . MONET On call.
trong and higher at 49 per cent: ruling
rate, per cent; closing bid, 44j per cent:
offered st I per cent: time loans, very dull
and steady; sixty osys. 4 per cent; ninny
day. 4H P cent: alx months, 6-(iSa per
cent; prime mercantile paper, luov, p-r
STERLING FXCHAUE weaaer arter
an advance st 4.s4Mi.4ii tor nemano ano
t 14 81lo4 8?n for lxty-iT puis; posteo
rstes. 4.8:4y&W and 4.85vy4.M; commer
cial bills, M.81V
SILVER Bar, Wc; Mexican aonars,
HONDO uorernmeni, easy; rauruau.
Quotation on new mrs oonas lousy
wer as follows: v
g. ear. h. re
. g. . rag....
U g. ol4 im. n
as comae ....
V a s 4s, r
As. Tobssse 4s ,
Atrhlena SMI. 4s..
4o adl. 4a
Atlantic C. V. 4s.
Bsl. Okie 4s...
Brk. R. T. e. 4s..
Central of Os. is.
4o let Ina
4o 14 las
So 14 In
(. Obis IHl
.lM4'Ja s. 4
..14 1 4 rtfl.
..1014 So 4a rtrs
..1(U 1 series.
..11-. I, A N. sal. 4s...
..101 Ma, t. t
..llt4 Me. Central 4s...
. .lrt( io tat Inr
.. 17VMtna. a at. L.
..I11VM - K. T-
..m to H
.. N. R. R. of M. e.
,. N Y. C. . ISa..
..m IN. J. C. f. la....,
.. Nli'Kt. rarlfle 4a.....
.. N do la
...lllK, N. W. . 4a...
.. rt IO. I. U rtdg 4a.
,.. yens. eoav.
... tiu Readies sen. 4s..
u a I. M.
IM1HA LIVE STOCK H1RKET
rt Cattl eiow and Dull, wtlh Lowtr
HOGS SHOW STILL FURTHER GAINS
treaae High Pelat, Break Badly aa
Aeeoaat af Lower Prlee Pr
SOUTH OMAHA. June 2, ISO.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hogs. Hheep.
Official Monday 1,110 ITSS Hll
Offlclal Tuesday 4.447 11.283
Ofrlclal Wcdncsdar l.i4 8.214 "
Ofrlclal Thursday J.474 16.411 1 812
Official Friday 2.108 12.16S 1.317
17 '4 t
Ctlcofo A A. IHa.... tt . U F. ft- 4a. W14
C. B. A . s. 4s.... eaV8t U . W. s. 4a.... t
C, R. I. P. 4s 74'4 Seaboard A. L. 4a.... I7V4
CCC. 4 tt. U
Colo. In, la, sa
do sarlas B...,
Colo. So. 4s..
D. A R. O. 4s.
Dletlllors" Sec. I
Brio s I. 4a....
do son. 4o....
Japan 4a ..
St i Bo. padfle 4a II
4s..l4! a etfa irvf
r. A. 74 iso. naiiwar ta 111
tS Teaaa P. la Ill
14 T.. St. U W. 4a.. II
MV4 t'slos Pmclnc 4s iwv
ina If- B. Steel M 4 Ml
IM Wabaah la 1114
I da deb. B II
101 ss Woatern Mi. 4a MH
M W. I L g. a IH
Wis. Contra! 4s lilt
Bestaa Stocks aad Boads.
BOSTON. June 2.-Call loans, 46 per
rent. Time losns, 4(S6t per cent. Offlclal
closing on stock and oonas:
Five day thl week.... 16. Oil 68.77 1V77I
Same day last weok....l,S Vi.Kl 4.IH
Same two weeks ago. . ..n.O-fl 87, M 7.448
Same three weeks sgo..l7.; 47.U1 12.7W
Same four weeks aao...l8.M6 S&.748 11.237
Same days last year.... 11.18 U.l lMo
Th, tnimwlns? tuhio ahowa the receipts oC
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for th year to date, compared with last
rear: 19na. 1805. Inc.
Cattl 474. 4S1 424.8M ".f
Hon I It' 1 l.JSd.114 146. 2!4
Bheeo 70.ra7 71.4e4 2.07J
Th follomlne will ahow th price paid
tor th different kind of cattl oa th
South Omaha market:
Good to choice corn-fed tr 15 1J TO
Fair to good corn-fed eteer 4.7'ex.10
Common to fair corn-fed tre.... 4.utij4.i
Good to choice cow and half era.. 4o-4 b6
Fair to aood com nil heifers 8.Cno4m)
Common to fair cows and heifers.. 1.7fc!a )
Good to Choice stocker A feeder.. 1.764.00
lr to good atockeie and feedet. lv(4-i
Common to fair atocksrs l otv 2
Bulla, itc. 1.7OU-4.10
Veal calve '. 4.00iifi.7
'lua following tab I shows th aveiaa
price of hog at South Omana for the last
evarat days, with comparisons;
Dt. WU. IIJOS.IIIW.IISOS.IIIW.IIWLIISW
Boaton A Maine...
Boeton Elevated ..
Fltrhburg pfd ....
staalcan Cootrsl ..
Amor. Atxo. Cham.
Amor. Pneil. Tuba.
Amor. Busar ......
Amor. T. T...
Amor. Woolen ....
Dominion I. A B..
Kdlaon Klae. Iilu.
Maaa. Gloctrto ....
t nttad Knilt
United Shoe Macb...
do pfd .
t:. a. a eel...
do pfd ....
American Kmc ....
Cal. A Hacla
Copper Range .....
Mm. Mining .....
Mont. C. A C
Old Dominion ....
Talted Copper ....
17 iT. S. Mining
tt'Ji V. 8. Oil
74 I Wolverine
j un u...
22 4 881 I 02 7 24 I
v.u a iI a ui t va 8 811
HS J7 7 261 f 108
a mi i i u I on i ui 1 141 I wi
H7V4I 10 07 7 481 i Mi i M
: !?l Y'J ? H . .." V
141 i 16) 6 M
I 4 'All I 1Z
toM, I I M
4i4a i 33 1 ( 14
I S U 111
I 6 22 6 061 I 87
7i 7 4i .'J V
1 471 I Ul I Hi '
7 M I', s i
7 61 B 93 PI
7 641 6 1 6 02
7 62 Ml
Asked. -Ek-dlvidend. "'Bid.
do account 17 11-11
Atchison II -
do pfd 104
Baltimore Ohio. . . . ltni
Canadian PaclSo .I..144
galas. Klgk. Uw. Class.
Wheat, bu. .
Corn, bu. ..
Oats, bir. ...
Mlaaeagialla Grata Market.
(Superior Board of Trade Quotations foe
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery.) Th
rang of price, n reported by F. D. Day
A Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, waa:
Article. Open.) Utgh. Low. Clos. Tey.
cer of con-
1,100 in no
'.'im -4ti 'ii'
Minneapolis Cash Prices Wheat : No. 1
herd. 8444c: No. 1 northern. 834r: to arrive.
8-iHc; No. 1 northern. 82c; to arrive. 82Vbc;
No. (1 northern, 81$oHac; No. 1 durum,
7310; No. 2 durum, 71'c. Corn: No. 2 yel
low, w-v: . ro. t, sc. uats: tso. j wnit.
87So: No. t, 4HW4J3RSC. Barley, S7i848c. Kye,
64Mc Flsx: Cash, tl.0.
Kasaa City Orala aad Prarlslaas.
KANSAS CITT. June . WHEAT-July.
71c; September, 74SC; December, 76.c
ro. t nsra, othiv; no. l, Tiac
mc. o. a, iTSfT.nc.
No. 2 red
! J tts
U 6?HI 62
6ia bZSi -
! 1 Itt 1 1 I OOl A
I WVal &'t t1
I J7 I17H01!
i 1 I
I 17 00 I IT S
16 70 1 SO
78 8 77Hi T
IK In I
40 9 40 l"H
I I I ls t 16
I 8 07HI I 071 0
CORN July. 4c; September. 48So: De
cember, 4f'Se. Cash: No. 2 mixed, oOc; No.
1, 49SO; No. 2 wl lte. 50r;, No. i, 60c.
OATS No. 2 while. 2S&40c: No. 2 mixed.
HAT Stesdy: choice timothy. US.Sfr
cnoit-e prairj. mi vm li oo.
n i r. o'iiy, odtmm:, numiniu.
BCTTtR Creamery. lCWc:- uacklnr. UU
KGG8 Steady : MI.-v.ourt and Kansas, new
No. I whitewnod cases Included. HV; case
count, litc; cases returned. Wc less. .
Wheat, bu ; X0fJ ifi.OOO
Corn, bu 83.U00 24,':oo
Oate, bu ll.OuO 1,000
17 OCHf 17 00
16 87WI W "0
Mllwaake Grata Market.
MILWACKEE. June 2. WHEAT
Steady; No. -1 northern, 86H0 8kHc; No.
2 northern. 84V187c: September. llHe
RYE Lower; No. 1. 4fl5e.
BARLEY Dull: No. 2. Lit: samDle. 46
64c. . t
I'ORN-HlBher: No. 1 cash. 6141 lie:
September, iifec bid.
r h Quotations warj as follows:
KLOCR Steady: winter patenta. 13 609
4uu winter straights, u.oveij ,u. spring pat
ent, 83. 703 00; spilng straight. H iiiiS.so;
Lakera. It S.tl3.10.
WHEAT No. I spring. o4Bc; Na. , n
8c; No. I red. Knr.e.
i'iirn-No. I. lie: No. t yellow, isvc.
OAT No. ft, 8,j3.c; No. 2 whits, 41
fi:-io; No. I white, .
li V V X' ft 1 Sic
h ari Elf Fair to choice malting, 4BGSc,
6EEDU No. 1 flax. 81 07l; No. 1 north
western. HUH Timothy, prime, 4.16.
Clover, contrail grade, $11.26.
KKOVlcJlOMaV Short rib. lde floost),
13 X a 40 Mess pok. per bbl.. 117.0517.06.
Laid per lA lb., 18 74. Short clear side
(boxed). 8.7C8 " ... , ,
Receipts and ulwnt of flour snd grain
wera. Receipt. Shipments.
Flour, bbl 14. U
V heat, bu U M .;
Corn, bu 578 a KlJro
Oats, bu .
!) btt j"
Uariey. bu 28.M l.sui)
On th Produce exchange today th but
tor market wa Heady; creamery. IbWOV,
dalriea, lemTieo. 4. Steady; at mark,
rase Included, UI lac i firsts. 16c; prim
firsts, lc; xtraa, loo. Vheeae, steady, 1t
Pa II ad el gala Predaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. June . BUTTER
Firm: extra nearby pnuta. 23o.
lAXl steady and In fair demand;
a.ry freaU and weatera freah. Iko at
6alikXfia-rira New Tork, full creaaia.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. June 29 WHEAT finot.
nominal; futures, dull: Julv. 6s Tud: ao-
tember. Is 77d; December. 6s 7Vd.
COKN Spot, steadv: American mixed.
old. 4s lid. Futures, quiet; July, 4s 8Wd;
Beptember, 4a id.
HOI'S-. At London. (Pacific coast), firm
at 1 103 I 16. '
Dalath Orala Market.
Dt'LVTH. June :. WHEAT To ar
rive and on track, No. 1 northern, 8Jc;
No. 2 northern. 81Uc; July, 82c; Sep
tember, 82 c ; December. 61c.
OATS To arrive and on track and
PEORIA. Juna St CORN-Hlgher; No. 3
yelow, 62c: No. t. 61c; no grade. 49c.
OATS Higher; No. I whlte 40c; No. I
white, iwvc; No. 4 white, 8)Sc.
WHISKY -On th basis of 11.3 for fin
Teleda lead Market.
TOLEDO, O., June ii. SEEDS-Clover.
caeh, to 8u: October, 16 6. Timothy, prime.
U i". Aisik. August, ss.00.
RVE-Nu. S, 64c.
Amalsamated Copper 114.00
American C. A P , I.IM.
American C. A P. pfd
Araoiioaa Cotton Oil 404
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
Americas H. A U pfd 104
American Ice, aecurltloa.... 1. 10
American Mnaaed Oil
Am. Unseed Oil pfd
American Locomotive 1,100 41
Am. Locomotive pfd
American 8. A It., ei-dle.. 14,100 144-
Amarlcan I. R pfd 4n0 IKS
American sugar Refining... 1.000 IMS
Am. Tobacco pfd etfa. too
Anaconda Mining Co M.40A Ml
Atrhtaon 1. 100 S
Atcniaon pre. x-aiv inn loo
Atlantic Coaat Line 400 ill
Baltimore A Ohio U.IO0 117
Baltimore A Ohio pfd
BrouKIrn Rapid Tranalt.... It. 104 T714
Canadian PadAe 1.400 IMS
Central or New Jersey in ITe
Cbeaapeaka A Ohio 40 44
Chicago Groat Western 1,400 i if
Chicago A Northwoatera.... too 1I7S
Chicago, Mil. St. P 14. 404 174
Chicago T. m T ,
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C. C. C. St lula 140 IIS
Colorado Puel A Iroa tl.te 4IS
Colorado A Southern 1,40 US
Cnlnrado A Bo. lit pfd O0 MS
Colorado A go. Sd pfd too 44
Consolidated Oaa 1,190 I41S
Corn Producta. rfg 40 US
corn rroducta pro, ox-div..
Delaware A Hudaon
Delaware, U A W
Denver A R. Q
Denver A R. (i. sfd
Dlatlllars Securltlea 1.004
Erie 1st pfd loo
Brio Id pld 400
General gleetrle to
Illlnoia Central 1,400
International Paper 100
Internal tonal Paper pfd
International Pump pfd
low Central 104 X
Iowa Central pfd ". .-
Kanaaa City Southern
Kanaaa City go. pfd 100 81
Ltral.Tttla Maehvlll l.tns lit
Meilcaa Central ttoo 11
Mlnneapcha A St. Louis. n l4 44
M . It. P A S. M
M , St P.' A g. M. pfd
Miaenurt Pacific llo us
Miaaouri. Kanaaa A Texas.. t.UO lis
M. K. A T. pfd l.sn I7H
National Lead 4,104 Tlk
National R. B of M. pfd .....
New York Central, sx-dlv.. 141 1114
Naw York, O A W l.SK) 4S
Norfolk A Weatarn too It
Norioik A W. pfd :.
North Americas I M 14
Paciflo Mall 4 ace US
Pennsylvania ,. 12.110 lr4
reopie a uaa 10 so
P . C . c. A It. L. ,
Praaeed Ileal car ),40 47
Prraeed Heel Car pfd
Pali ma a Palace Car 400 Hi
Reading 111. PS 124S
Reading let pfd ,
Beading Id pfd
Rapublla etael .VA US
Republic licel pfd tH 14
Hoc a island to l.aoo 14 S
Rock Island Co. pfd 1,00 IIS
t. Leuls A P. Id pfd
St. Louis tnuikwewern I4 IIS
St. Louis W. afd... 40I
out t era PaclSo 14.14 44
PaclSe pfd. x-dlv
South era Railway
la. Railway pfd
Teaneoaea Coal A Iroa
Taiaa A Pacific
Toledo. It L. A W ...
T . II L 4 W. pfd too
talon Paclfla 111.4r
In lea Pacioc pfd
t'nited Stale areas
Inked Statea Realty
t'nited Staua Rubber
t'nited States Rubber pfd
Intted State Steel
I'. Steel pfd
Vs. -Carolina Chemical ...
Ca -Corolla Cham. pfd..
Waalinglieuaa Klectric ...
Wheeling A Lake Erie
Wlecouete Central 1.
Wi. Centra) pfd
Northern Pacifto ...........
Central Leetber pfd
Oreet N on here pfd
Interboreugk MetropellLaa. ,
InterborouaS Met. pfd
Tout sales fee the day. I
Lealoa Closlagr Itaeka.
LONDON, Jun 20. Closing quotation oa
the Stock exchange were:
f'Uea. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W.
M. dt St. P.
A R. O
do lat pfd....
do Id pfd....
Louisville A Naah....l47
, K. A T
SILVER Bar, ste,
NEW TORK. June 2 COPFEB-Market
for coffo future opened ateady at un
changed pricea to an advance of I point
On renewal of Wall street and local bull
support and. while there was no special
feature to th cab lea, ruled siearly to firm
In the absence of Important offering. The
insrket eioeed firm at a net advance of
63'14 points. Salea were reported of 44.000
bags. Including September at 1.60c; Oct.
ber, Isoc: DeveinUr, 66ec: starch, 7 One;
May, 7.1f7.1c fcvut. 4 load J i No. I Kio.
104 MS I4S
40 IIS II
1.10 46 S
ii 4i 'its
, I 44
l ice IM
U uoa (s
I . 74s
T 1S-1C; M. T. Central....
Norfolk A W
Ontario A W
It lit pfd
do Id pfd
Jnlon Pacific ....
J. I. Steal
MONEY nsr rent.
The rate of dlacount In the often market
for short bills Is S'i per cent: for three
months' bills, 3S, per cent.
OMAHA. June 2. Bank clesrlnr for '
toaay were l,b38.8-J3. 76 and for th corre
sponding date last year 11, 436,644. W.
St. Louis .-.
The following shows the number of cars
of stockers and feeders uniiped to Ilia
country and their points of destination:
T. Fagan, Commerce, la. R. 1 2
O. U Green. Atlantic. la K 1 1
J. W. Bimon. Niobrara. Neb. F. B I
P. M. t orbit. Wavne. Neb. M. A 0 1
H.-A. Wllklns. Ravenna, Neb.-Q '.. 1
J. H. Samaon, Sioux City, Is. M. A O.... 1
Keefe faros., Hampton, la. O. W 1'
Luer Bros., Alton, 111. 1
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each load was:
cattle. Hogs. tttieep.H r .
C, M. A St. P
C. A N. W.p east
C. A N. W.. west
C. St. P.. M. A O....
C, B. A Q., east
C, B. A Q., west
., R. A P., east
C. R. I. A P.. west.,
Illinois Central ,
Chicago Ot. Western
14 2 I
8 44 I
14 :i I
, 1 I
. t2 18 10
The dlsDOsition of the day's receipts waa
as follows, each buyer purchasing in num.
ber of head Indicated:
CattlA Hogs, uneep.
NEW TORK. June 29. COTTON Knot
closed quiet; middling upland, 10.70c; mid-
untiK Kuu, n ine; naie. s Dale.
LIVERPOOL. June 29. COTTON Snot
steady and prices I points lower; Ameri
can middling fslr. I.OOd; good middling,
8.32d; middling, 8.10d; low middling, 6.92d;
good ordinary, 6.72d; ordinary, l.62d. The
ssles of the day were 40.000 bsles. of which
600 bsles were for speculation and export
and Included 8.800 bales American. Re
celpta. 18,000 bales. Including 14,000 bale
bi. uji ia, mo.. June a.-tui ru
Steady; middling, 10',c; ssles, none; re
ceipts, none; shipments, none; stock, 28,419
NEW ORLEANS. La.. June 29.-COTTON
Spot closed firm: ssles, 1,260 bsles; low
ordinsry, 7c, nominal; ordinary, 8Hc;
good ordinary, t 7-lc; low middling. lO'c;
middling, lie; good middling, line; mid
dling fair, tl'ic, nominal; fair, 12Hc; re-
ceipts, 712 bales; stock, os,4ii Dates.
Omaha Packing Co 2f4
Swift and Company 240
Cudahy Packing Co. 9J
Armour A Co.... 2h7
Omaha Pkg. Co., K. C... S
Cudahy Pkg. Co., K. C... 6
Swift and Co.. K. C.:.... 16
Armour A Co., K. C 94
Lobman A Co 6
W. I. Stephen 1
Hill A Son 3t
St. Louis D. B. Co
Other buyer 71
hew Yark Mlalagt ttaeka.-
NEW YORK. June 21. Closing quotations
en mining stocaa were:
Braaewlok Ooe ..
Coa. Cel. A Va,..
Hiera III vex
Leedvilla Coa ...
Sierra Nevada ...
email Hoeaa .....
WASHINOTON. Jun It. Tadsy's
statsment of tha treasury balaacea In tn
geusitU fund, eatluaiv ef th 8119,000,
NEW YORK. June 29 -METALS The
London tin market wa a little lower, with
pot quoted at 177 6a and futures at
176 15. The local market was quiet, with
spot quoted at 88.60S38.76; the decline being
In sympathy with the loss abroad. Copper
waa about Is d higher in the Ixmdon mar
ket, with spot quoted at 81 6s and future
at 80 10. Locally, the market was un-
chanced, with lake quoted at lis.misue-
electrolytic, 8l8.2ry18.624; cssting. IlLUVsW
18.26. Lead was a shade higher at l'i l'.s
In -London, but remained quiet at 46. io-ij
6 86 In th local market. Spelter was un
changed at 27 2s d in London and at
KflotfinUO locally. Iron wa a little higher
in the English market, with standard foun
dry quoted at 49e 9d and Cleveland war
rants at 60s Locally, the market was un
changed, with No. 1 northern foundry
Quoted at H8.2r318 75; No. 2 northern foun
ry, 17.7tvtyi8 26; No. 1 southern foundry,
itf&Vfi 18.00; No. 2 southern foundry, 817.00
fa 17 60.
ST. LOt'IS. Jun 29 METAIt Lead,
Steady at $6 60. Spelter, lower at 86.87V.
Kaaaaa C4r Lira Stack Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. June 29. CATTLE
Receipts, 8.400 hesd. Including 2.100 head
southern: mrket stesdy snd active;
choice export and dressed beef steers.
16 404341.00; fslr to good, 84.266.80; western
fed steers. 160ig.o6: stockers snd feeders,
I2 76SS60; southern steers. 3.0tig00; south
ern cows, $2.21iS.o; nstive cows. 2.0ifp
460; native heifers. IJ.2?6.!0; bulls. 12.60
400: calves, 82 606 60.
HOOS Receipts, 6.600 head: market for
heavy hogs 6o higher; lights loc higher;
top, .; bulk of ssles. ?6tv8.2H: heavy.
VhiV3.; packer. 56-ai; pigs snd
lights. 16.60fit.6:H. . , .
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.400
head; market weak; lamha, M.0i8.00: fed
sheep and yearlings. 8ra--V: Texss snd
Arlsona clipped yearlings, lii.OOgi.OO. Texas
and Arlsona clipped sheep. 6.0O'S6O;
Texas goats. 13.264)176; stockers and feed
ers, 13 .20(6600.
F.waaerateA Apples aad Pried Fralts.
NEW YORK. June -EVAPORATED
APPLES Market 1p unchanged with prime
quoted at Ullc; choice, lts'3'llV;
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRl'ITB Ther I
A ateady demand for prune and price are
steadily held with quotations ranging from
7'ab4 according to grade. Apricots are
more or less nominal on spot, owing to
the supplies available and holders being
abovs buyer' view. Choice ar quoted
at 11c: extra choice, ic; fancy. 14al4')
Peaches are Arm In ton with choice
quoted at lo4Sllc; extra choice, llSsfiimo;
fancy, ll6i:c; extra fancy. ir'tme.
Kaiains sre unchanged witn tnree to inur
crown loose Muscatel quoted at S7c;
seeded raisins, 6VaHc; London layers,
Oils aad ftokta.
NEW YORK. Juns 29-OILB-Cottonseed,
fjrra: prim crude, f. o. b. mills, JsiiOiHc
nominal, new crop; prl-r.e yellow, Joe. Tur
pentine, firm at biH'nc.
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good,
SAVANNAH. Os., Jun tt.OIL Turpen
tine, firm t 67VC.
. ROBIN-Ftrmt A, B nd C, 8J6f.fi A); D.
MKria.(; K. 14 10; F. 84 16: Q. K'94.fc; H.
H44H46; I. 84 60; K. 64 66. M, 14.71; N.
1 80, WO, I4.e0ly4.8tr WW. 6.0i.
agar aad Melasees.
NEW TORK. June St. 81'OAR gw
firm; fair refining. I l-16V3c; centrif ugai.
V test, 8 19-12D3SC: molasses sugar. 2 U-l-g
Tie. Refined firm; crushed, .40c; pow
dered. 4 lc: grsnulatsd, 4 Toe.
NEW ORLEANS La.. June 2.-SrQ,R-tedv;
open kettle centrifugal, trl 7-Uc;
csntrifugsl , ljlc; seconds i-tlVj.
MOL-ASSK5-Jirm. srup, 26euo,
Total i,138 12,79 1,167
CATTIJE- The receiDts Of cattle were
light this morning as usual on a Friday,
but there seemed to be a greet plenty to
supply the demand notwithstanding the
fact that reecipts for the weea to date
show a very considerable falling oft as
mm no red with the urovloua Week.
Friday Is seldom a very good day in the
beef steer market. While the receipta
were light this morning and gave setter
a hope of being able to secure steady cr
strong prices the fact that the market nus
been no In a- ud so rapidly this week acted
against them. Buyers appeared to :eal that
they had been putting on almost too last
and they were in consequence not ve.-y
envlnna for additional aunDllea at the pre
vailing high figures of yesterday. Th
market mlarht be described as slow and
dull from start to finish. That always
means a lower market and this was no
exception to the rule, prices in many cases
showlna a decline of 6ifrl0e aa comparsd
il,h veeterrlnv'a hlrh TlOlnt.
There were not over eight or nln loads
of cow in tne yara ana me oun nn.
while slow were not very much different
There were no stockers or feedVrs of any
AAnaenuence on sale. As usual at this sea
son the demand 1 limited and ther la not
eery much doing.
t Hi 4
I 44 I
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....mo 1 4
....1444 4 44
! 1 II
Bonds for Investment
We own and offer the following hlxh-yrade bonds:
Mr MO PAL.
Albaquerrjues K. Mn . .
Allethenj Co., Pa ... .
BCATST C., Pa
Boaton, Maaa., Kef..
Boaton, Mam., Reg
Braddork, Pa. .
Canyon Co., Idaho. . .
Chicago Ranltary Dirt.
Chicago Sanitary lUt,
Chicago Sanitary Dlst.
Chicago South Park . ,
Cobleaktll. N. Y Ileg.
Colorado Springs, Co
Columbus, Ohio ......
Cook Co., 111.,
Cook Co.,. 111. ,
Corona, CaU School Iist
pgnburr. Conn H'
Dajton, Ohio 4'g
Klgln, 111., School Dlst 4'g
Eureka Spring, Ark A'g
Fayette, Mo H'i
Ford County, 111 4'a
Frankfort, Ivy 4H'i
nioucester, Mas 4'a
Keokuk, Iowa 4'a
King Co., Wash., School Dist. .B'a
Lincoln Co.. Wash 4M'i
Ix Angeles, Cal 8H'g
Marquette, Mich 4'g
Massachusetts. State S'a
Massachusetts State, Reg H
Memphis, Tenn 4'a
Midland, Tenn 4'g
Midland Co., Mich 4'a
Muakegon Helghta, Mich B'a
Newark, N. J., Reg. Water. ...SH'i
Newberg, Ore. H
New Caafle Co., Del 4'a
New Vork City, Reg H
New Vork City, Reg. . .. 4'g
Normal, 111 fi'g
North Andover, Maaa 4 H
Nunda, III B'a
Oregon Twp., Ogle Co., Ill .... 4 H a
Paxton, III., School Dlst. .... .44 Tg
Peoria, HI 4'a
Poplar Bluff, Mo 44 'a
Poplar Bluff, Mo., School Dlftt.4H'a
Portland, Ore B'a
Port Washington, Wig 4'a
Racine, Wl 4'g
Rhode Island State, Reg S'a
Salt Lake Co., Utah 4H.'a
San Antonio, Texas H'i
Sin Dleso, Cal., School Diat. ..B'g
Sandusky, Ohio 4'a
San Jacinto,' Cal A'g
Seattle, Wash., School Diat. . . .4'a
Ray of Qulute Ry. Co., 1st. .. .B'g
IteilJngham Ray British Co
lumhla R. tU 1st o a
Boaton Albany R. R 4'a
Buffalo atV Snaquehaan. .,, , , .
Chicago Je Alton Ref 8'g
.. a,, a st. r. i. rac.
Chk-airo A Kaetem 111 B'g .
Chicago a Indiana Coal Ry. lat B'a
Central PAc. R. R. Keg. 1st.. a
Denrer R4o Grand 4H'a
F.lgin, Jollet aft Kaatcrn Ry.
Fitchburg R. R 4'g
Illlnoia Central .
Collateral Trust . ,
Kentucky Central .
L. at N. (Nashville, Florence
A Sheffield) B'a
Louisville, New Albany a
Chicago (Chic. A Ind.) ltt 6'a
Montana Central lat B'g
Michigan Central (J, L. at ft.)
N. Y. C. A Hudson R, Reg. H'g
N. Y., New Haven A Hartford .
Deh., Reg SM
Pitta., Cln., Chi. A St, L. R. R.
Series A 4H'8)
Tacoma Eaateru Ry. Co. 1st... B'a
Sterling, 111. . .
Sussex Co., Del
Dint (Danville Jet.) . . .
Waterloo, la.. School Dlst
Weatherford, Teiaa ....
Wellaton, Mo., School Diat
West Plains, Mo.
Yankton, S. Dak
. . .4'g
Listed on N. Y. Stock Exchange.
Baltimore County Water A
Electric Co. lat B'g
Birmingham Ry. Light A
Chicago Edison Co. lat B'a
Commonwealth Elec. Co.
(Chicago) lat B'
Dayton Elec. Lt, Co. lat B
Detroit Edison Co. lat B'a
Duluth Edison Elec. Co. lit. . .B'g
Grand Rapids Muskegon
Power Co. 1st B'g
Houston Lgt, A Power Co. lat B'a
Inttrurban Ry Co. of Dea
Molnea lat B'g
Laclede Gaa Lt- Co. lit B'a
Laclede Gag Lt. Co. Ref . . ..B'a
Lex. Ave. Pavonla Ferry lgt. .B'a
Log Angelea Edison Co B a
Metropolitan St. Ry. (Kan.
Mich. Btat Tel. Co. lat B'a
Milwaukee El. Ry. A Lt. Co...4H
Montreal Lt., 11 U A Pr. Co.
Municipal Gaa A Electric Co.,
Rochester, lat , H a
Newark Paa. Ry Co. 1st. . . B'a
N. Y. Gaa A Elec. Lt., HU A
Power Co. lat B'a
Northern Texaa Trac. Co. lat. .B'a ,
Northwestern Elevated lat. .4'g
Omaha Elec. Lt- A Power Co.
Penn. A Mahoning Valley Ry. . .B'a
Peoples Gaa Lt. A Coke
Portland Gen. Electric Co. lat. B'a
Seattle Lighting Co. 1st B's
Seattle-Tncoma Power Co. lat. B'a
fouth Beud Fuel A Gaa Co. 1st . B'a
South Ferry R. R. lt B'g
Schenectady Ry. lat. H'
Springfield A Eaat St. Ry Co.
Syracuse Gaa Co. lat B'g'
Terre Haute W. W. Co. lat. . .4H'a
I'nion Elec. Lt. A Pow. Co. lat . S'a
Inited Elec. Lt. A Power Co.
of Baltimore H'
United Trac. Co. (Albany A .
Winnipeg Elec. Ry. Co B s
Lltted on Chicago Stock Exchange.
of the above issue will be
Pricea and full particular on any
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Deposits received subject to check and Interest allowed on balaacea.
Letters of credit issued on Bank of Scotland, London.
Personal interviews Invited.
N. W. Harris & CoinpUiy
204 Dearborn Street
advance and th forenoon waa pretty much
exhausted before anything like a clearance
waa made. As win De noted rrom tne tauie
of average prices th market today wa
12?l6d' higher tnan on weea ago.
4 47 St
4 47 k
good thorn iamb, t oowj.oo; cuu
$4 6- &", gond to choice yearllni
ft; fair to good yearling. tt.64Vft6.7s; good
to choice wethers, tS'im.Tb; fairMo good
wethers, fi.B046.76; good to choice ewes,
tt to&e.'i: fair to good ewe. I4.754J W.
Quotation ranc stock: Onod to choice
yearlings, tft.OOtffi .60; gond to choic wthrs,
leoOrftTi; ewes. .2i'a6.76.
10 cull lamb
1 spring lamb
1 western ewes
21 western lambs
11 spring lambs
M mil ewes
M cull ewes
M western lamb feeders..
10 Cull Is nibs
IS western lsmbs
I'M western lambs
f7 western lambs
CHICAGO LIVR STOCK SI AHKttT
BTO'KIfi AND PEEDEBB.
1. a4 I (4 I tea 1 M
HOOa Th market ornd thl morning
Witt, pa-kr pkklnif out th best hog T
te.47H. with Quit a sprinkling at t au y"l
en up to 4'S- In other wuril th "'f
a)a wer JM,)c higher than yaaiee' ey
Aftar Use niftre urgent order wur Uii"fl
th traie )rwe4 up and th laf ftl
larger at tUaV tt tjelng almtwt ljivjff p&l
to get iot ttia-t tgur aven for t s11
Th gee rl riti'lii?t ra anl'f ab'-t ri'
hightr, lu ua4 wa raUer ,cr at
heavy. It ta been going up and up )
alter day until it iia reached a rinl
where It I so much above otner rr-rkct
point that buyer could no longer afiurd
to tak th stuff at th pricea At In
am tlm eastern market wttcn wre
alrady vry much lower tttar thl mar
ket howed atill further decllr-s yesteiuay
snd today. Aa a still further fcaturs of
weakntsa th receipt thl ek hsve been
somewhat mors liberal, Taking lt ail In
all It Is not In the lest surprising th.t
th market her thai morning wa not
only vry low, brt generaly 26o lower,
i many c belru Wc lower than the high
tine. Even afte th declln prlo art
'i'.t higher "" eastern market,
r.w(.llly on ay- Henre buyer wer not
very anxious Supplle even at the- de
clirs i oted Above and It wa vary much
later r.iar uauat before anything Ilk a
eiearvi. aa enctel.
The nge aheep. ar commencing to put
In e P-erano whll the fed stoca u
Do eulU' g out a wsil as It waa a week
tell ceai aav. it in ivi iTiniuwii
Wfd ltween rang and fed shs-p snd
bs owing to in tact mat a trouu dcaJ
of tse tuff oomlng at thla season nrvei
kilU very attefaciorlly, buyera are rum
nutnciiif to pay more attention to quaint
tind u'.eep and lamb tha would hav(
panetd a good a week or two ago would
nut oil so considered at the preeent time
t.at is buyera are discriminating murt
c..K'ly as to Duality.
Uuoiatloa fed stock: Good to ehbu
trrlna lannba, t7TH4J); good t choic
vteelvra sattrs lAwba, IT.vval , fair U
CHICAGO, June .-CATTLERelpts,
l.oto hesd; market week; comttvm to
prime steers. 14.0001 10; cows, Ifl-0;
heifers. 2 7f.tJ8.iA; bulla. t? 76a3e; cslves,
ta fV350; stockers snd feeders. i7V3.to.
HOtl-ltecelpt. 14.mo head; market fer
best 6fl7l,e higher; choice to jirlme heavy,
tTHo ': medium to rootf heavy. t.3
75; butcherwelghts, Xt-flM 8-'; 00l '
choice heavy mixed, ti.T3.76; peeking,
SHEEP AND LAKB8-RC'PU. 10
hesd; msrket slnw and dull; sheep. 14 M
"!!; yesrllngs, te4f87.fiO;. shorn lamba.
t. Loalr LIt ttoek Market.
BT lOlI( June ii CATTLE Receipt.
1.40 hea4. Including S3 Texan: market.
Steady; rxtfve shipping snd export steers,
14 Wri&& dressed beef and butcher steers,
Uftyytft; steers under l.to lb., tt ffj.70;
atncAer and feeders. titudt X; cows and
heffors. 2.fi5 ; ranners. tl fS1.00; bulls,
$ calves, t titCMf Texas and In
dian steers, 12.;' 40; cows and heifer,
higher; pig and light
t torotl.76; butcher and
head: market, 60
celpt. 1.7.1 hesd
Lira Stock Market.
June . CATTLB ft,
market, ateady ; native.
cow and heifei-e. 11 sua 4 40:
tocker and feeder. It 7t474 ().
HOU8 Receipt. t.Mal head, market, IS
7V,c higher: light, t46fl60; hud turn ajid
heavy. M It-fix. 70.
8HKEP ANI LAMBS Recelnta -
head; market for lamb, steady; tap. Hi.
Hssi City IJv! Stack Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., Jun IS.-fBpeclal Tel,
gram. OA TTLK Receipts. 600 hesd. Mar.
ket stesdy; beeves, 14,ir'f6 tt; cows, buil
snd mixed, e.1 OU'St W; stockers and feeders
M f'JIlt; rslvee and yearlings. U(j-i 10. '
HOGS Receipts, 7.00 hesd. Market
strong, selling at $., bulk of aalta.
Statek la Slgkt.
Receipt of live stock at th lg principal
wrtmn inwi .11. j n im j .
South Omaha i.iog
Bloux Citv 6'A
kanaaa ( ity I '.00
St. Juaeph 1,7;
St. Jul te
U-H JM U4i
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