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    THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JULY 3, 190&
'1
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Hothin Stops TownwRrd Course of Lead
in ? Cereal.
WHEAT AND CORN DECLINE CENT EACH
Latter Weak for First Tim la Several
Oal.arsr Increase la Wheat
Visible Cheek Lou Teaa
, porarlly Oat Dotsa.
OMAHA. Juiy 190$.
A has been th case for the lut
week, the rains In th northwest did not
nave much effect on the wheat market.
Ther was a llttla firmness early, but
selling turned the market weak. Then
was a reaction when the visible came,
showing a larger decrease than expected,
but this gave way to weakness again and
lh close was more than a cent below
yesterday. The cash d-mand does not lm-
Srove. Ther were large deliveries on
uly contracts at Chicago and the trader
seemed to run away from them. No
deliveries were made on the local ex
change. Corn showed -weakness for the first time
la several days, opening a trifle lof.,
yielding and closing about a cent down,
weather was Ideal and receipts at Chi
cago were larger than expected.
oat were weak with the rest of tho
market.
World ! shipment wer 10.672.000 bu.
wheat and 4.37J.OOO btt. corn. Wheat visible
deoreaaed 1,07,000 bu.; oom Increased 1,387,
000 bu.; oat decreased, H9.000 bu.
Primary wheat receipt were 465,000 bu.
and shipments SOS.000 bu. Corn receipts
wer 801.000 bu. and shipments 58,000 bu
Last year the day was a holiday. Clear
ances were 27,000 bu. wheat and 16,921 bbls.
flour.
Liverpool closed unchanged to d lower
en wheat, and V4d higher on corn.
Prom th Chicago Tribune: "Quite a
strong bullish sentiment la running In the
oat trade. Th belief 1 widespread that
the crop will turn out light In such a
large portion of th area, as to out down
the total yield materially. With this as a
basis and recalling th disappearances of
the almost record - breaking crop of last
year the Investor and speculator are willing
to support th markwt on weaJt spots. There
waa a fair shipping call at the oloee of
the weak but only moderate business In
a shipping way. There we an active trade
all week and th market showed sub.
tantlal gain Independent of other grains."
Local rang of optional '
Article. Open. Hlgh. Low. C1os. Sat'y.
July..
Sept..
Com
July..
Sept.,
Oats .
Sept..
5
TA
47 iA
t74VB 74H 734 T3B
. ', fTk 47V, HA 4T4A
. 47iA 47U 46A 48'AA.
. '88 AT K A UMJl tVIX
A asked, p hid.
WHKAT-No.
hard, BrffTlej No.
bard, 78 77c; No. I
,4 hard, 2 06c; No. I
spring, 72c.
CORN Ko. I, 4s: No. S, 4THe; No. 4,
47c; No. I ysllow, 48o; No. t white, 49e.
dATS No, I mUed, 168Ho; No. 8
white, 87c:' No. 4 white, ttifHc
Omaha, Cash galea.
WH1AT-N. I hard. 1 ear, lie; 1
71c: No. hard, X car. 7XV4.0, .
Omaha Catsh Frleea.
RTB No. .ITe; No. t. 66c
Oavrlot ILoealat;
ear.
Wheat. Corn. Oat.
Chicago ....
Kansas City
Minneapolis
704
tit
88
'is
Omaha ,
Duluth
Bt. Louis
CHICAGO GRAY AND PHOYTSIOK9
Feat a res of th Tradlaigr and Clealaar
Price oa Boar ( Trad.
CHICAGO. July t Oenr profit.
taking In wheat, corn and oat cau "J
weakness today in those markets on th
Icral exchange. ' September wheat closed
at 1010 lower., corn was down lo.
Oat were off Tic . Provisions were 2V
Oil He high. -
The wheat market was fairly steady
during th first xiart of th session be
cause of additional rains In th north-
wast. Pit traders and commission houses
were moderate bidders and offering were
light. Weekly statistic were somewhat
favorable to th bulls, world's shipments
being rather light, while th amount of
breadstuff on ocean naasag decreased
1,471,000 bushels, compared with on week
aco. About th middle of th day. how.
ver, sentiment in the wheat pit became
bearish and from then until th close
local holder sold freely. There wer
also liberal sales by .house with south
western connections, which was said to
be due to largely Increased receipts of
pew wheat at Kansas City. The market
closed weak, with prices at the lowest of
the day. September opened unchanged to
He higher, at 81 81 He, sold up to
SltieSllae and than declined to 80Ha
The close was at $0V80o. Clearance
of wheat and flour war aual to 103. 400
bushel. The vlalble suddIt decreased
1.473,000 bushels. Primary receipts wer
4(8,000 bushels, compared with a holiday
last year. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chi
run renorted reoelDta of 170 car, against
SSi ear last week and a holiday one year
ago.
Wat w earner tnrougnout in corn rasa
ket and prioe ware weak all day. An
Increase of mora than 1,000.000 bushels
in the visible supply created addition
bearish feeling. The market closed weak.
September opened unchanged to a shad
higher, at ffce6IHo, sold oft to ll
tlc and closed at 61 tic. Local re
ceipts wer 704 cars, with 881 cars of
contract grade. ...
The oat market was firm at the open,
ing because of excellent buying, baaed
upon th Illinois crop report, which
showed a deterioration of 17 points In
the oats crop during the last month. Freo
liquidation followed th advano and
brought about a sharp decline, Th clous
waa near th lowest point of the dsV
September opened Ho to HO Ho higher,
at 84Hc to ItHeslKo, sold off to 3 Hi
OlSHo and closed at 85 He- Local re
ceipts wer Z76 cars.
Local packers wer active bidders In
th provisions market and prices had a
strong undertone. Offering war light.
At th rlos September pork waa up
liHc at 14 0. Lard waa 3Hc higher,
at S. 00. Rlba wer up 10c at 8147 HO
t.to.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 11 cars; corn, ttl cars; oata, 110
Cars; hogs. It. 000 head.
The Board of Trade will be closed
July 4.
Th leading future ranged as follows;
Article ! Open. Hlgh.j Low. Clc. Sat'y.
Wheat
July
. Sept.
Dec.
a'orn
i July
Sept.
Km tii
July Sept.
Dec.
po-k
July
' Sept.
Lard
July Sept.
Oct.
rn.a
" July
' Ct.
!!l""!UU!z7
7
17
I
oVTT4 81
8lHnS 81
KHtV. 83
624 62
S9H
W Srt
8707H t7k
16 90 17 SO
14 77H M 96
I 77 S7H
I r 9 07H
too tio
S60 S7H
46 9 6H
it) I 25
79kl V
Ma
82H
HWVS
61,'
61 H 654
61V 6t
SflH
arH 'H
to 87 h
17 00 14 76
1 90 1 77H
' 82H t ft)
9 00 I 97
9 02 9 Cv
67 9 47
9 60 9 40
9 26 111
84
16 90
II T7H
S 77H
8 97C
I 00
s au
No. 1
Cash quotations wr aa follows:
FLOCK Steady; winter patents,
$L60a
. u0; winter straights, SS Stuff 8 70; spring pai
nt. SS.7U34 00; spring straights, SJ too 186;
. Vers. 82 oVviS lo,
WH FIAT No. S spring. Soc; No. 8. T84c;
No. 8 red, 82fiS6c.
CORN No. 8. 6-hc; No. t yellow, 52HC.
OATS No. t, Sk.e: No. 2 white, 4vtrt
BAKLET Good fe..lng. 404Sc) fair to
choice malting, 46untJc.
Sh-EJDS No 1 flax, tl 09; No. 1 north
western, U 11. Timothy, prime. $4.16.
' l er contract grade, $11. 16.
iVIajlONS Short ribs, sides (loose),
J3 6"Vn9a Meti pork, pur bbi., $17.12(i; 14.
Lard, per 100 lbs , .82. Short clear aide
(boxed), $9 7-ijl600.
Kwceipta anu Miipntenta or nour ana grata
wre
Receipta Shipments
Flour, bbls.
wheat, bu.
Corn. bu. ..
(ta, bu. ..
Rye. bu.
. ia.na
8,00
S4S.7U4
2(0
S8.4d
$$.;'
4U..100
2a. mi
Barley, bu.
, 29.700 4.3U)
. un the frodut exchange today tne but
ter market was steady; creamery. 16r2uc;
dalriea, 14Htnc lsa. steady; at mark,
covse included. l?f l-c; flraia, 14c; prlu.e
flraia. ); eatraa, 16c. Cheese, aieady. luw
CUc.
Dalatk Grala Market.
DULITH. Aliitn. July S.-WHEAT-To
arris 4 and on tiwck, No 1 nortlieru. 61 He,
No. 1 northern, r- JmIv, (TlHc; Septem
ber. 4C, iJecember, 7!.
OATS To arrive, on track and July. 18c.
RRW YORK GESKHAL MARKF.T
Qaetatlon ef the Day Varloaa
Commodities.
NEW YORK. Julv I. FLOl'R-Receipts.
16.134 bbls.; exports. 16.1U8 bbls.;
sales, 7.800 pkgs.; market dull but steady;
Minnesota patents, 84 o94 6ft; Minnesota
bakers', M4ffil; winter patents. HCKa
IH. winter straights. $2 tOtrt.lO; winter ex
tras. $290-68.40; winter low grsdes. 12.
IM Rye flour, quiet; fair to good, $3 46tJ
$.90; choice to fsncy, $Sf,tJ4.16.
CORNMEAL Dull; fine white and yel
low, .ftrgi.26; cosrse, tl.10Ql.12; kiln dried,
t? 9n4r3.00.
RYB Kay; No. I western, ffTHe f. o. b.
New York; No. 1 western. 83o c. I. t.
Buffalo. ,
WH EAT Receipts. .mo on.; exports,
T7.230 bu ; sales. 2,900.000 bu. futures; spot
market easy; No. 2 red, c elevator; No.
I red, ne f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern
Duluth, 8vie f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern
xj.Ui. U. miJ- i .1 .'..'
:.".liC ,t
Steadier at the opening on rains In winter
and spring wheat states the wheat market
later weakened under liberal arrivals of
new grain at southweat points, and in the
afternoon was heavy at a cent decline
from top. The break caught stop-loss
orders, which added to the demoralisation
and final prices showed He to c net loes.
July, VtfiKc, closed at Ac; September,
friHWTSc, closed at 8c; December,
87 11-lStf &8e, closed at 7Hc.
CORN Receipts, ir2.100 bu.: sales. TIS.OoO
bu. futures; No. I. 6trVc elevator, and UHc
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow. 80c: No. 1
white, enHc. Option market waa generally
weak and lower, responding to the wheat
decline, large receipta, . good weather and
liquidation. Th clone- waa HQHc below
Saturday. July, MHfioSc. closed at S8He;
September, MHMIHc, closed at 68HCI De
cember, 57Kc, closed at 67He.
OATS Reoeipts, lrtl,700 bu.; mixed oats,
H to 82 pounds. 43jittHc; natural white,
SO to 83 pounds, 4f346c; clipped white, 38
to 40 pounds, 4iJ60c.
FEED Dull:, spring bran, lis 26. nrst
half July shipment; middlings, 119.76, first
hslf July shipment: city, 3n.OMJ23.60.
HAY Easy; shipping, b&a&c; good to
choice. 8f.ti1c.
HOPS Quiet: state, common to choice.
1816 crop, Hn4e; 1004 crop, nominal; olds,
nominal: Pacific coast. 1M6 crop.- 10ft l&c;
1804 crop, 12c; olds, nominal.
lllUEH steady ; oaiveeton, zo to zo ins.,
too; Cslifornla. fa to 26 lbs.. 21c; Texss dry.
24 to 30 lbs.. 19c.
LK.ATHFR Stesdv: acid. 2Mt27He.
PROVISIONS-Beef. easier: family, 110 00!
410 50; mess, SS.OOfi 60: beef hams. $30.3Qi
82.00; packet, 83 OOgD.60; ; city extra India
mess. S16.00W8.00. cut meats, sieauy;
pickled bellies, HiJlSe; pickled shoulder,
is 6OS-9.00; pickled hams. lWlzHe. Lard.
steady; weatern prime, t.8Bje.iio. nominal:
refined, steady; continent, $9 30; South
America, P16; compound, StiBHc Pork,
firm; mess, ll7.ZMil7.7e.
TALLOW Stesdy; city, 6c; country,
C!4o. -
RICK Steady ; comestic, iair to extra.
'UTTER Firm: street price, extra
creamery, J0H&'Zlc; nmclal prices, creamery.
common to extra, iwaw; renovaiea, com
mon to extra, lSaiSHc; western factory,
common to firsts, lZ'aieHc; western imita
tion creamery, extra, lc; nrsts. itvuiic.
CHBIKSE quiet; new state full cream
large fancy, lie; state, fair to good, lOV'i
1044o; new state, small fancy, 11c; new
state, fair to good, iiwiuwc; new state.
Inferior, 8HW40.
EGG 8 Steady to firm; state. Pennsylvania
and nearby, fancy selected white, 23c; state.
Choice, 21"p'Z2o; state mixed, extra, zutvic;
western firsts, 16H17c; Western seconds,
IftVaiSo; southern, l4fl5Ho-
POULTRY Live, quiet; spring chickens.
17018e; fowl. ltHc; turkeys. IK&I20;
dressed. Irregular; western spring chickens,
1882c; turkeys, llOlSc; fowls, U?13Hc.
t. Lal Geaeral Market.
8T. LOUI8. July . WHEAT Lower;
No. 1 red, rash elevator, 78c for new;
track. 78HV30HO for new; September,
7744 OlOHc for new; December, iVc; No
I hard, 7S0 83C.
CORN Future lower; cash strong; No.
t cash,. 62o nominal; track, 63 HO 64c; Sep
tember, 6Hc; December, 484kc.
OATS No. 1 cash, 88c, nominal; track,
88H0884c; September, 86H0 26Hc: De
cember, 86c; No. 2 white. 41H42c.
FLOUR Steady ; red winter patents, $4.36
414.60; extra fancy and straight, 83.76tjH.30;
clear, 82.7608.26.
SEHID8 Timothy, steady; 33.0004.60.
CORNMEAL Steady; 2.60.
BRAN Dull; sacked, east track, 8032c.
HAY-Steady; Umothy, S116017.00; prai
rie, tU0013.60.
IRON COTTON TIES $1.00.
BAQOINO-Hc.
HF7MP TWINE 7He.
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; Jobbing,
16.90. Lard, firm; prime steam, 38.62$.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra short,
g.60; clear rlba, t.62H; short clears, S9.87H.
aeon, steady; boxed extra short, 110.25;
clear rlba. S10.87H: short olear, S10.62H.
POULTRY Quiet; chickens, 9c; springs,
16c; turkeys, 10c; ducks, Sc; geese, 6c.
BUTTER Quiet; creamery, 16tTilc:
dairy, 14&17c. ,
EGOS Steady, IS Vie case count
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls. 7.000 4.000
Wheat, bu. 27.010 20.000
Corn, bu. 68,000 74,000
Oats, bu 88,000 46,000
KBBMS CttT Grata and ProTlsloas.
KANSAS CITY, July 2. WH BAT Juiy,
yic; eepiemoer, 7Zc; uecember. 73'c,
Cash: No. S hard, old, 76577c; new 7t.y
76Hc; No. t, 7276c, nominal; No. 4, 67'
72Ha: No. t red. old. 713 77Hc: No H -.!,
76Hc nominal; No. 4. 7u874o.
CORN July, 47Ho; September, 47He; De
cember, 44c. Cash: No. t mixed, 49c; No,
I, vswayia; no. I white, toe; no. s, 49Hc
uai wo. x wnite, stajc; no. s mixed
I '&'
id.
AY Steady: choloe timothv.
$13.60
14 00; choice prairie, $11.007?11.EO.
rtxn Bteaoy; oezrwe.
KGG8 Steady to firm: choice Missouri
and Kansaa, new, No. 2, white wood cases
included. 14o; oaee count. 13Hc; cases re
turned. Ho less.
BUTTER Creamery, 18c; packing. 1SH,
Receipts. Shipments.
wheat, bu los.ooo .ono
Corn, bu 60.00ft 42,000
Oats, bu. 1,000 6,000
SflaaMBittll Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., July 2.-FLOUR
First patents, S4.J&84.46; second patents,
S4.lOff4.S0. first clears. S3.6O&S.A0; second
clears, n.w0a.H.
BRAN In bulk, tl8.16ffl6.60.
. (Superior Board of Trade quotations fat
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery.) The
range of price, as reported by F. D. Day
as m., iwm ooara oi jraae,
Artlols. Open. HJgh. Low. CToee.l Sat'y.
WbsatH
July...
Sept...
Dec....
Sept...
Oct....
tae
riHfH
n&
81Hi
81
WSllfS1
80
to
80 I
80
803
1H
l 1SH
til
1 14
1 13!
1 13H
1 16
1 13H
I 3S
1 UV
1 14
1 13H
1 12
I n!
1 13
Visible) apply of Grala.
NEW YORK, July 1 The visible suoply
of grain Saturday, June 30, a compiled by
the New xork froduce exchange, was
follows:
Wheat, SIS. 171,000 bu.; decreased 1.017.000 bu,
Corn, 6.06S.OOO bu.; increased 1867.(00 bu.
Oats, 4, 406,000 bu.; decreased S9.0 0 bu.
Rye, I,437.0u0 bu.; decreased 110,0i0 bu.
Barley, 848,000 bu.; decreased 24,0u0 bu.
Kllwtiku Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE! Wis.. July t-WHEAT-Lower;
No. 1 northern, Mflirfc; No. t north
ern, 64ftS6c: September. H0 asked.
RYK-Dull; No. 1. 4o5c.
BARLEY Dull; No. 1, 666c; sample
tSiiiSo.
CORN Lower; No. S cash, 62&6:c; 8ep-
teniDer, oio.
Food Itexska at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. July t.-Followlng are the
stocks of breadstuffs and provisions in Liv
erpool: Flour, K.OOO sacks: wheat. l.fc7.iOT
centals; oorn, 44.000 centals; bacon, It.jM
boxes; htuns, 1.600 boxes; shoulders.
boxes; trotter. t.4u0 cwts.; lard. 10 tleK-es
of prime weatern steam and 2.4M) tons of
other kinds; cheese. 47.600 boxes.
Pklladelpbia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July S. Bc'TTER
Steady; extra western creamery, 20Hc
extra nearby prints, tSe.
EGGri Steady: nearby fresh and west
ern fresh, ltc at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
lOHOUHe.
Liverpool Grala aad Provlsloas.
LIVERPOOL. July t -- WHEAT - Spot,
nominal; futures. Heady; July, s (d; Sep
tember ana uecemDcr. s (Via.
CORN Spot, stesdy; American mixed
old, 4 lid. Futures, quiet; July, 4s 8d
September. 4s 7d.
Peoria Grala Market.
PEORIA. July t.-CORN-Hlgher: No.
yellow. HAc: No. 8, 6e; No. 1 61c; no
graoe. wvoc.
OATS-Eaey; No I white, 40c; No. S white
i,aV: n. 4 whit. ssvtcasHo.
' Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO, O.. July 2 SEEDS-Clover,
cask, SATS; October. i.ru Timothy, prlaie,
AIOIBS, AUSUSl, a, .MA
RVE-No. 2. sic.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
FaJ-ly Market fstsriih and TJntvsa, oa
Conflict Inn Influence,
VIOLENT SLUMP LATE IN SESSION
Prices Rreak Sharply Exteaalve
Llaaldatloa aag Establish Kew
Itw Level fee Preeeat
Movenaeat.
NEW YORK. July t-Th load of selling
which the stock market had to oarry
seemed slightly mlttgsted during the early
trading today and the uneaslneae of th
bears, which was caused by this fact.
"e marget reverish and uneven for
,lme undr tn conflicting Influences of
tne selling and the demand from shorts
to cover. Later the selling was resumed
in full force and the market cloaed weak.
The high opening of prices was exceeded
after the first break In the market and
there were occasional breaks. But the
fact was obvious that any show of a buy
ing demand was taken advantage' of to
the full extent to continue the realising
sales. Late in the day free liquidation
wss resumed and attempts at support were
practically sbsndoned, the consequence be
ing a violent fall In prices to the lowest
on the present movement. A flurry In tho
cell loan market was the signal for the
enhanced pressure to sell and It was In
ferred that there was further calling of
loans and forced closing out of speculative
holdings. It Is not unusual for the New
York money market to show Immediate
relief from the needs of a settlement with
the arrival of the date and the extra de
mand for call loans today did not occasion
great surprise. It is the longer time money
outlook that Is the subject of solicitude.
The effect of the preparations for paying
out I1&0.00.0nu of July disbursements Is ex
pected to psss as son as these disburse
ments are accomplished. But the tone of
the time loan market continues strong
with an active demand and very scanty
supply. The heavy and stagnant tone of
foreign stock markets was unrelieved.
The Issuance of a circular by the secre
tary of the treasury inviting subscriptions
to 830.000,000 of Panama canal bonda was
regarded aa a complicating factor In the
glut in the bond market. The recent pros
perous course of the government revenues
and the surplus In course of accumulation
in tne treasury have led to an assumption
In some bsnking quarters that the Imme
diate needs of the canal work would be
upplled out of the treasury's cash bal
ance and the notation of bonds tor tne
work postponed to a more propitious time.
This hope is disappointed by the day's
events. Reassuring reports from railroad
traffic managers were calculated to cor
rect the Impression made by last week's
renort a of a renins: off in volume or mer
chandise transported and that development
was pronounced temporary, as shown by
recovery in the week lust past. But tne
effect wss not perceptible on stock and
more attention wss pain to reports ot
cutting of grain rates to Missouri river
points. Firmness in the wnaon copper
market contributed to an early advance
in the copper group of stocks. New Incor-
poratlons in June or companies 01
capital or upwards are reported to be 8.11,-
460,000 larger than for June. isw. out nearly
one-half of the total was of mining com-
nanles and one-half of the remainder in
atreet railway and light companies. This
ia a significant showing of the multifarious
ways In which Interest la diverted at pres
ent from the securities dealt In at the
Stock exchange. Pressure or liquidation
became active in the late dealings and
the character of the selling gave eviaence
of distress, which was believed to reflect
money difficulties on the part ot some spec
ulative holders of long stocks.
Bonds were more sctlve, out were esy.
Total sales, par value. $1,920,000. United
States 2s and the Bs coupon aecnnea
and the new 4s coupon H on the last call.
Th following are tne quotation on m
Stock exchange:
Sties. Rlgk. Law. Clean.
Adams Express
Amalgamated Copper ....
A marl can C. A T
Amrtoaa C. A T. pfd
Amarlcan Cotton Oil
.111.104
. 8.410
100
. 1.100
Mt4
too
H
14
44S
V4
4
:
o
no
17
40
14
II
44
111
141
114
1
M
ffl
4
8
111
111
12
74
lit
111
15
100
4
14
Anv Cotton Oil pfd
American Sipraas
Amerinaa H. at L. pfd...
Amartcan co, eocurltles. .
ton
8,700
It
II
MH
Amarleaa Llnooad Oil
Am. Unaeod Oil pfd
Amarlcan Locomotive ....
Am. Lecomotlvo pfd
Amarlcan B. A R
1,100 41
41.400
too
1.100
l0
17,100
11.100
14144
111
trMi
MH
OTH
lSt
100
1
114H
'74t4
141
114
in
tl
14
I
1U
111
'ii"
in
210
M
ii"
14
Am. 8. A R. pfd
A mart ban Sugar Reflnlnf.
Am. Tobacco pfd otfa....
Anaconda Mining Co
Atchlaoa
Atchlaoa pfd
Atlantic Coaat Lino
too
I. too
M.TO0
soiino
1.400
1,104
t.ooo
1.100
400
II, 100
Baltimore dV'nlo
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Transit..
Canadian Pacific
Central of Now Jorsaf
Cantral Laathar
Central Laathar pfd
Chesapeake A Ohio
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Chtcatra A Northwratera...
Chicago. Mil A a Paal...
Chicago T. A T
C. T. A T. pfd. offered
C, C. C. A Bt. L
Colorado Fuel A Iron
Colorado A Southern
Colorado A So. tat pfd
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Conaolldatad Oat
Corn Products
Corn Producta pfd
Ixlawaro A Hudaoa
Delaware. L. A W
Denver A Rio Orando
D. A R. O. pfd
Dltttllero Securities
Erie
Brie I at pfd
Erie' td pfd
OonsraJ Electric
Great Northern pfd
Hooking Valler
Illinois cantral
Intortorough Metropolitan..
Intarborough Met. old
International Paper
International Paper pfd ...
International Pump
International Pump pfd....
Iowa Central
Iowa Central pfd
Kanaaa CH? Southern
Kanaaa Cttr Bo. pfd
Louiavllla A Naahrllls
Mexican Cantral
Minneapolis A St. Loula...
U . St. P. A S. S. M
U . St. P. A S. S. M. pfd..
Mlaanurt Paclte
Mlaaourl, Kanaaa A Taiaa .
M. K. A T. pfd
National Lead
National R. R. of M. pfd..
New York Central..
Now Tork. O. A W
Norfolk A Western
Norfolk A W. pfd
North American
Northern Pacific
Pacific Mall
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Proceed Blrel Car pfd
Pullman Palace Car....,.,
Reading
Reading let pfd
Reading Id ptd
Republic Stael
Republic Steal pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
Bt. L. A 8. P. td pfd
Bt. Loula Bouthweelern...,
St. L. 8. W. pld
Bloee-Bheflleld Steel
Southern Pacific
Bo. PaclAr pld
Boutht-rn Rallwar
to. Rallwar pfd
Tenneaeee Coal A Iron...,
Ttiaa A Pacllc
T , St.. L. A W ,
T . St. LAW. pfd
t'nloo Pacific
In Ion Pacific pfd
t'nltcd Slates Etprcas....
I a Had Statco Realtr
L'ultad Btatca Rubber
V. S. Rubber pfd
tnlted Btalta Steal
1. S. Blficl ptd
Va. -Carolina Chemical ...
a -Caroline (hem. pfd..
Wabaab.
Wabaab ptd
Wtlta-Pergo Expreaa
Woetlagbouae Electric ...
Wouern Voloa
Wheeling A Lake Erie...,
WUconaln Cantral
Wit. Central pfd
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Loadoa Closing Stacks.
LONDON. July 1 Closing quotations on
th
Sloes exchange
ere-
Conaola. money . .
4lo nroount
Anaeoada
Atchlaoa
do pld
Baltimore. A Ohio.
Canadian Paetnc .
Ches. A Ohio
Chloago Ot. W
c. it. st. p....
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P. A M O
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trio
do let pfd
do td pld
Illlaola Conlral ...
Lomavilia A Naah.
U . K. A T
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do ptd
)iurls A W
'eaoarlvants
land Mines
Handing
do :m pld
de Id pld
toothers fUllwar
do pfd
outh.rn PartSo .
t'otoo PaciBo
do pfd
V- S. Steal
do pld
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do pfd
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August.
bll.rK-Fsr. eleni'v. SO $-164
MONEY 2712V ner cent.
per ounce.
Tt ri of msceunl tn ih open o.arktl
fnr short Mils Is SH per eent: for thre
months' bills, SH S-1S per cent.
New Trk Sfoaey Market.
NEW YORK, July I MONET On call,
strong and higher, BSQt per cent; ruling
rate, last loan, closing bid and offered, f
per cant; time loana, strong and dull; sixty
days, 4H per cent; ninety dsys, 4j6 pr
cent; six months, tVper rent.
PRIM IS MEKCANT1LE PAPER 642 6H
per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Easier, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4 4tfl
4 8400 for demand and at 4 0196 for
sixty day bills: posted rates, S4.8ZH34.H6H:
commercial bills, 84.81V
SILVER Bar, ebHc; Mexican dollars.
lot.
o- . ....
BONDS Government,
weak; railroad.
sy
Quotations on
were as follows:
New York bonds today
V. S. ref. la. rat
M enpos
U. . re
40 COUPOB
V. S I4 4. rt
do roupoa
V S. 4a, r.
4o roupoa
Am. Tobacco 4. . .
do o
Atchlooo fen. 4o..
do adj.
Atlontlo C. L 4
bol. Ohio 4o...
do im
Bra R. T. e.
Central of Oa. M.
ju lot tne
do Id Int..
de Id Inc.
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Tolo. Ind- lo, tor. A
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Colorado Mid. 4o....
Colo. A Bo. 4o
r4 St. L 8. W. e. 4a.,
7r. Beaboard A. L. 4a
tn, ;?o PiciDc 4a
lut do l 4o ttfa
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.IH Teiaa P. la....
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av't'Dlon raclflc 4a...
Cuba lo
lnfuc. 8. stool Id la
I) A R. a. 4a t )l.Wtaih la
Erie p. I. 4a Huu do deh. B
do tea. 4a OTWoatoni M4. 4a..
Hocklnt, Val. 4a...lH W AL E 4a . .
Japan 4a 9wiWla ( antral 4a..
Kx-lnterest. Offered.
Boatos Stocks aad Bond.
BOSTON. July 2,-Call loans. 4Hf(i per
cent; time losns. SH per cent. Official
closing on stocks and bonds
Atchlaoa adj. 4a
do 4a
Vex. Central 4a ...
Atchleofi
du pfd
Patnn A Albany...
Piietna Elerated ...
Kltrhburg pfd
Meilcan Central ...
N. Y., N. H. A H.
t'nlon Pacific
"Am. Argo. Chem.
do pfd
Amor. Pncu. Tube.
Amor. Sugar
do pfd
Anier. T. A T
Amer. Woolen
do pfd
Dominion !. A B...
F.dlaon Klec. 1 1 lu . .
Maaa. Electric
do pfd
JI)AdTenture ...
.
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.. 76. Amalgamated
.. ! American Zinc
Atlantic
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Centennial
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Mlohlgan
Mohawk
Mont. C. AC...
Old Dominion ..
Osceola
Parrot
(lulncy
Shannon
Tamarack
Trinity
Maaa, Oat
t'nlled Fruit
1)7
United Copper .
tnlted Shoe Mach
T4V4 V.
B. Mining...
do pfd
North Ruttt
V. 8. Bteel
do pfd
Wetting, common
c.
Oil
14
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Winona .
Welterlno
74
Bid. Asked.
Hew York Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK. July 2.-Closlng quotations
on mining stocks were:
Adams Con
.. to
Little Chief ...
. I
.110
.Me
. 1
. 4
. II
. II
. HO
.10
Alice
Bieece
Brunswick Con ..
Cometock Tunnel
Con. Cel. A Vs..
Horn fillrer
Iron Silver
LeadTlllo Con ...
uttered.
..i:i
..
.. 41
.. 11
.. 44
..181
..400
.. . 4
Ontario
Ophlr
phoenix
Pntott
Baraga
-Sierra Nevada
i&mall Hopea ..
Standard
Porelsja Financial.
LONDON, July 2. Rates for money were
easy today and supplies were more plenti
ful with the cessation of the North End
demand and the distribution of dividends.
Discounts were easier In sympathy and ow
ing to the Bank of England securing the
bulk of the gold arrival. Trading on tho
Stock exchange was uncertain and quiet
and was not expected to improve until the
consols settlements now progressing are
concluded. Fears of the outcome of the
Paris settlement further restricted burl
ness. Amongst home rails Southwestern
was weak owing to the railroad accident at
tULltsbury. Americans Jmproved alter a
dull opening and hardened to a fraction
over parity despite the, weakness of Wall
street Saturday. Later Jtrlces strengthened
on the receipt of encouraging New York
advices and closed at the i beet quotations
of the day. Foreigners were dull. Russian
new scrip hardened and the old bonds
weakened. Kafflra recovered their early de
cline. Japanese Imperial 6s Of 1904 closed
at 101T.
BERLIN, July I Trading on the Bourse
today was quiet, but price were firm.
PARIS, July 2 Tradirg on the Bourse to
day was Irregular and prices were weak.
i Russians declined and French rentes fi II
! owing to the fears of the effect of Finance
Minister polncares plan for an income tax.
' Russian Imperial 4s closed at 76.60 and Rus-
sian bonds of 1904 at 44 .00.
Assail Treasary Statement..
WASHINGTON. July S.-At the close of
business on June SO. 1SWS. 'a statement issued
by th treasury shows that the govern
ment's total debt, lees cash In the treasury,
aggregsted S964.43S,tiS5, a decrease for the
month of J17.619.tXi6. A recapitulation of lho
debt follows:
Interest bearing debt $ 895J6S,140
Debt on which Interest has
ceased since maturity 1.12K.1A5
Debt bearing no interest SM.136.t8 1
Total Sl.2M.52t.970
This amount doe not Include 81.044.C38.SH9
In treasury notes and certificates outstand
ing which are offset by an equal amount of
cash on hand which is held for their re
demption.
The rash
In
the treasury Is classified as
;..V $ 150,000.010
follows:
Gold reserve ;..V
General fund
In national bank depositories
178.152.SK0
93.rt.U31
In treasury of Philippine Islands
4.6R0.6I7
Trust funds
1,044, 6.-8. 869
Total , $1,471,858,119
There are demand liabilities outstanding
aggregating $1.143.270,SS6. thus leaving a canh
balance In th treasury of $328,067,33.
- t
Bank Clearings.
OMAHA. July 2 Bank elesrlngs for to
day were $1,972,416. 79 and for the correspond
ing date last year $1.7x.812.J3.
Metal Market.
NEW TORK. July t. METALS Spot
tin waa 1 6s higher In the London mar
ket, at 17$ 10s. while futures advanced
6a to 176; locally the market was quiet,
but higher. In aympathv with the ad
vance abroad. erot closing at $89.0i
89.50. Copper advanced 10s to SI 15s
for spot and 81 for futures: locally ."
market was dull and nominal, with lake
quoted at $18.604319.00; electrolytic at
tl8.2S3l8.2H' and casting at $18 !)"
18.26. Lead was lower in the IO don
market, closing at 16 la 9d, but re
mained unchanged at $5 7642 5. 86 local v.
Spelter was quoted nbmlnal at J. 00 lo
rally. The London market declined 2s
6d to 27. Iron was lower abroad, with
standard foundry quoted at 4s 8d and
Cleveland warranta at 40a lOVid; locally
the market was "teadv and unchanged;
No. 1 foundrv northern Is footed a t'8 2S
(FM8.75. No. 2 foundrv northern at 117.78
7il8 25. No. 2 foundrv southern s $17.60
r 18,01 and No. 2 foundrv southern at
$17 00 4J17 50
ST. LOl'IS. Julv I METAt R Lead,
quiet; $5.80. Spelter, quiet; $6 87 Vi.
Cotta Market.
NEW YORK. July $ -COTTON-Spot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 10.8 c: n Id
dllng rulf. 1114c. Pnles. fi0,2t1 htles
vrn' nt, i cakto i.i I v rorrAH a,f
1, A.l ,,.it . Q.I., o? lmlen Iaw rtrrllnnrv
74i.c. nominal: ordinary. 8c: good ordinary,
$9-16c; low mlddllna-. 10fcc; middling. lle;
god middling, 11Sc; middling flr 12 c.
ncm'nal: fair. l,e. R'celpta, 2f5 bites;
stnek. 61.819 hales.
BT. LOUIS. Julv 2 COTTON Stead" :
middling. Ve. Bales. 16 bales: receipta. rj
balee: shlnrrenta, none: stock. 8 412 bales
LIVERPOOL. Julv 2. COTTON Fpot In
moderate demand and orleee 4 nolnts lower:
American middling fair. 6M; good mid
dling. S7d; middling. 10d; low mldd'lng.
62d; rood ordinary. 6 72d: ordtr-arv. 6 62i.
The sales of the day were 8.000 hale, of
which 6) were for aneculatlon "nd etp-rt
and Included 7.000 American. Receipt, TO)
bale, all American.
' Coffee Market.
NEW TORK. July I COFFEE Market
opened ateady at a decl ne f 6ul0 ptiinta
In response to lower European msrkets
and Eurooean elling orders In the lat
months. Ther seemed to he very I ttle i'e
mand althouah th" indlce'lnns were for n
large decrease In the world's viel'ile suniily
for th month than had been figured uron
earlier and the market ruled rather ea-y
The close was steady st a net decline of 19
polnta after prices had showed to of io
11 points at one time during the es'on
Sales for the day wer renorf-d f t'TI
bars. Includln Rertemrr st t De
cember st t BMf d TV. Mrc at arvs,i'r,
Anirt' at 1 'tv nn u(r t 7 flic. Boot Rio.
steady No. T Invoice. 7c.
MAIIA LIVE STOCI M1RIET
Cavttl ActiT aid Btronc to Ten Gtsta
Higher.
HOGS AYIRAGIN6 A SHADE HIGHER
beep aad Lamb Very frail aad Weak
Owlmaj to I BOreeedeated Break
la Ibices at Chicago
Last Week.
SOUTH OMAIIA. July . 1901
Reoelpts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday ,(
Same day last week.... $.210
Sam two weeks ago... $.114
Same three weeks ago.. $.070
Hame four weeka ago... 6.7J6
Same day laat year.... 1.&23
7.6 S.S7I
17M
7.1H1
S.A"6
4,04)1
4.4S7
1.51K
1
687
1.V1I
$.S1
RECEIPTS TO DATE.
Th following table shows the receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at Mouth Oinah
lor th year to date, compared with last
er: i,. lent inc.
'tle 474.662 416,641 60.121
Hogs 1,449,612 l,3ue,4XS
heep 7u4,U 741,631
141. V
22,
CATTLE QUOTATIONS.
Tho following will show th prices paid
for the different kinds ot cattl on the
bouth Omaha market:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers $5.3.76
r alr to good corn-fed steers 4 ibajw.iU
v-ummon to rair corn-led steers..,
Uood to choice cows nd heifers..,
alr to good cows and heifers...,
Common to fair cows and heifers.,
Oood to choice Blockers 4V leeuers
tolr to good stuckeis and leuders.
Common to fair stockers
Bulls, stags, eto ,
Veal calves ,
'Hie folloerir.a tabla ahnwa the
4."tl4.76
4.1Ua4.taj
S.OiNoj-4.10
l'rtxuU.U)
$.754.10
.6a4.i6
S.7Utr4.10
4.0(6.76
svertMie
price of hogs at South Oman, for the last
""at ouye, with comparisons
Jt. 191. 1906.l04.llOS.lOJ.lB01.ilSOO.
Jun 18... $7HI 8 $2 4 8 02 T 24) I
Jun 17...I 6 Su 4 A 6 6 7 2d 6 SSI
June la-... f g 4 93 6 S7 7 2i 6 89 I OS
June 1... as ( U a , , M 7 4c, 6 W, 6 W
JO I o lbl a 00. a bal 7 lei a teu 4 fcl
June 21.
June 'a.
June iJ.
June 24.
June 26.
7U 6 10 6 07 I 7 431 6 92! 4 M
I Uv,, e U o 47 t 84 k t t w
6 loi
I 6 20
$H1 i
f 2 r. a 2S
6 Obi 6 7k 7 4i I 6 14
6 121 6 67 1 7 W 6 S3I
6 16 $ 67 7 6, 001 6 10
June Jtj
(V I Oil D 'l
June 2... S 43. i 32i 6 14 6 Ho
I 041 b Sll 0 u.
7 fit, 6 87 & 11
June ... 44 SOi 6 11
June i 4tri 6 22) 6 ., t7, 7 62( 6 01
June 4U...I b 4bTk 6 li Oil 6 bbi i 6 91 6 00
July l.... I 6 2J 6 13! 6 80 1 7 64 1 6
July 2 .
I 6 li 6 6ti 7 641 6 K3 4 W
Sunday.
RANGE IN
PRICES.
Cattle.
,.$2.0t(6.76
.. 13tU.16
Hogs.
snaU
6.76'0S6
6.6Xtfi.70
Omaha
Chicago
Kansas City
bt. Louis ....
Sioux City ..
2.00u.0
2.0OIU6.S6
S.OCK6.40
ti.lciUv.TB
O.S6'8i.bti
SATURDAY'S SHIPMENTS
The following shows the number ot cars
of stockors and feeders snipped to the
country and their points of destination:
CATTLE. Cam.
J. Nelmuck, Marsuahtown, la. N. W.... 1
C. W. Whitney, Iowa Falls, la. N. W.. 1
C. W. Whitney. Hubbard, la. N. W.... 1
K. Bros. A Co.. Bonesteel. 8. D F. E.... 2
CATTLE KtLelpls o: cattle were un
usually small for a Monday, which, to
gether with the fact that favorable advl es
were being wired from other market places,
gave tne market a still better tone than
prevailed laat week.
Beef steers were In very good demand
this morning and the general market waa
active, with prices anywhere from strong
to lOo higher. As has been the caae every
day, the good kinds were especially sought
after and sold as high as $6.76, the beet
price paid for fat cattl any day since last
September, when $6.90 was reached. Even
the medium kinds of cattle, which buyers
were Inclined to lay down on last Frluay,
sold to better advantage.
Cows and heifers were In very light sup
ply, but anything In the way of good killers
met with ready sale and they, too, could
be quoted as strong to 10c higher. Practi
cally everything answering to that descrip
tion changed hands in very good Keason.
Very common or canner stuff was inclined
to be alow as usual. Good grass cows, how
ever, are selling better than at the low
time, due to the tact that fed stock is S3
scarce.
There were no stockers or feeders of con
sequence, but the feeling was that a few
desirable feeding cattle of good weights
would sell to good advantage.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS,
no.
....
II....
10....
to....
14....
42...
I....
14...
I....
14....
I....
I....
II....
11 ...
IT ... .
1 ...
I....
17....
4....
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It....
M...
17...
44....
It....
AT.
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HOGS Hogs sold a pinch idgher this
morning. On Saturday almost .everything
brought $6 4t,g7.4i), with a spritikl.ng ut
'
a sjvT.. nr. ,A . . , ti. m th
lilTT wer. bunched more cloaelv. tt 1.
!th. beat hog. did not sell up ..high and
the general run not as low as Baturoay.
In other words, It waa largely a $6.4. ma.
ket today, with eomparailvely few loads
either above or below. In other worda. tii
average of all th ssles was a little buhei !
than Saturday, ahlle the tange of prUtsj
would not be quite as high. The week i
starts out with th market a gctd 12o ;
higher than It waa st the beginning of last
week.
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Bi-tE.tr" Receipta of sheep were some
what heavier than anticipated and consisted
very largely of Idaho aud Wyoming range
atock. '1 here were also two cars of sheep
direct to a packer not offered tor sale. Ftd
stuff waa In very light supply and th qual
ity of th receipta poor. 'I he very heavy
break at Chicago the latter half of last
week ha created a feeling of weakness at
all market points that la very noticeable In
th trad at the present time. Bucti stuff
aa buyers Just happened to need might not
have been very much lower this morning,
but the general tendency of the trade la
downward. Until the eastern market
steady down more or leaa uncertainly la
bound to prevail at the weatern markets,
which always means a slow trade and weak
prices.
It Is difficult to realise the condition of the
Chicago market at the close of last week,
but the following from the Chicago Dally
Drovers' Journal Saturday will give some
Idea. In reviewing the market for the week
It tald:
"Only a fancy class of handwelght ewes
sold as high as $6.60 recently, while the bulk
went at to. 40 down to $6.26, with plainer one
going at $6. There was no safe outlet for
heavy ewes higher than $6, while most lot
sold at that price down to $4.76, coarse
?rades selling down to $4.60. Cull ewes went
or slaughter at $.'.6004 00, according to kind.
"Supply of wethers and yearlings tat Chi
cago) exceptionally small, hardiy enough
of such stock arriving to- test the market.
The trend of prices wss lower, however,
and only a fancy class of yearlings are
quotable as high as $126 now, while $C Is
the limit for best wethers.
"All changes In the market at Chicago for
lambs today, (Saturday) tended toward a
lower beats, with most transactions blng
Tocihll under the range In force late laat
week. It has been a week of varied experi
ences for traders. During the first two days
of the week selling of spring and shorn
lambs alike was at the highest level ever
known here for this time of the season.
while the market after then suffered the
wortt break In so short a period in the his
tory of the trade here. This terrible slump
In the market resulted In some heavy losses
to shippers of spring lambs, as not a few
loads recently sold $2 below their acluil
cost In the country, thousands of lambs go
ing at 4i. ootid. 5" that were Dougnt in tne
country to aell on the market around $8.
"Shorn lambs (at Chicago) in reduced
supply and the strings which brought to-XXif
T.OO recently were similar to such as brought
$7,256 00 early this week, while $6.0,KSjti 23
aectired a plainer to fair kind."
With reports like the above coming from
Chicago It is not to be wondered at that
western markets are slow and weak, with
both buyers and sellers hardly knowing
where they are at.
Representative sales:
No. Av. Pr
212 western ewes 93 $4 87
7 ewe bucks 1"2 6 00
61 western lambs 4 60
spring lambs 65 00
1084 western wethers 110 4 75
870 Idaho yearlings wethers... 4 6
CHICAGO 1,IVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Strowis; to Ten Oat Hlgaer
Hog ady Sheep strong.
CHICAGO. July 2 CATTLE Receipts,
21.000 head; market atrong to 10c higher;
common to prime steers. $4.00i?jt1.10; cows.
$3.00460; heifers. $2.75it36.26; bulls. $2,754
4.25; calves, $6.50ijj6.5O; stockers and feed
ers, $2.76j4.0.
HOGS Receipts, 46,000 head; market
steady; choice to prime heavy, Sft.n'ytf
6.8.!4: medium to good heavy. $6.64f6..0;
butcherwelghts, $fi.7oGg24; good to choice
heavy mixed, S6.65.;7H; packing. $0.00
6.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 16.000
head: market strong; sheep, R26JJW.86;
ve.irllngs, $G.00ig.26; shorn lamba, $G.404
6.00.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. July 2. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 15.000 head, eluding 7,000 au-utherns.
Bef steers strong to lCc higher, others
steady; choice export and dressed beef
steers. $5.40186.00: fair to good. $4.166.26;
western fed steers, $3.TfVjT6.40; stockers snd
feeders, $2.754.50; southern steers, $3.0001
6.00; southern cows. $2.O03.6O; native cowa,
$2 004.O: native heifers. $3.00j.3o; bul.a.
$2.5tvg4 00; calves, $2.6005.26. ,
HOGS-Recelpts, 7.6O0 head. Market was
Strong; top, $6.06; bulk of sales. $H.o6.65:
heavy, $S.i2V.65; packers. $(j.67M8 to 1 P'B"'
,58EEP' AND LAMBS Receipts. 9.5u0
head. Market 10-S20C lower; native l""ib.
$6.00-87.00: fed aheep and yearling-, li.iwo
8 00; western fed yearlings. f5.7?(.25: weat
ern fed sheep, $5.ftQn.OO: stockers and ffed
ere. $3.265.00; Texas goats. $3.25fjS.i0.
j- St. Lonla LIt Stock Market.
ST LOl'IS. July 2 CATTLE Receipts,
9 0) 'head. Including 6.600 Texans. Market:
Natives, -higher: Texans. lowef. - Nat Ive
shipping and export steers. $4.fi6fi6.86.
dressed beef and butcher steers. $3.76Ufi .10;
steers under l.OOO potin. S3.50ttl.85; stock
ers and feeder. $2 .SOM.i.,; cows snd heifers.
$00418.26; canners.. $l.CCrfi? 00: bulls. $?.40J
4 00; calves. $3.005.00; Texas and Indian
steers, $2.754.t; cows and heifers, $2,003
8 SO
HOGS-teceipts, 6.000 head: market
steadv; pigs and lights. S6.30.64i. 70; packers
Sr..S6(C'6.70; butchers and best heavy, l.fO&
''SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. S .600
head: market steady; native muttons, $3 00
Oil 00; lambs, $8.00ifl.35: culls and bucks,
S3.6oiJM.Sti: Stockers, $3.76T4.O0.
Stonx City LIT Stock Market.
SlOl'X CITY, la., July $.-(8perlal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipta. 600 head: mar
ket strong and 10c higher; beeves, $4.004Ja.40;
cows, bulls and mixed, $$.000450; stockers
and feeders. $8 404J4.20; calves and yearlings,
a nrA 4 in
HOGS Receipts. 4 700 head: market steady
to weak, selling at $6S86.55; bulk of sales,
$0 4076. 4. M
SHEEP AND LAMBB Receipts. 200 head;
market atrong. f ,
St. Joaeph I.It Stnek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July ?. C A TTLE Recel pt a,
1 202 head: market steady to strong; na
tives. $4.50!jj.90: Texas and westerns. $.1.60
(fi 50: cows and heifers, $1.73Jr4.?5: stockers
and feeders. $?.7MiS.75.
HOOS Kecelrtte. 8.403 head; market
stradv: llsht. $VD04ii.fiO: medium and heavy,
$T, f.5-" 7m b"tk Of sele. $iV67V'!j6.6V
SHEEP AND LAMUS-Recelnta. 1.5H7
hend; market dull to weak; lambs. $7.tv3
795.
Stack la Sight.
Receipts of live etcck st the six prlnelnal
western markets yrsterdav wers as follows:
t.:a'ti. tiogs. onecp,
South Omaha
Sioux City
Kir,.n City
St. ; osepU
" T.ruls
Chicago
. tm 7.015 S.S',5
. 600 4.700 200
.16.000 T.foO S-O
. 1,' 8.405 .M7
. t.am 6 000 8.600
.7.ton 45.000 is.oiM
.19.817 78.870 34,112
Totals
Wool Market.
LONDON. July ?. WOOI-The arrive. In
of wool for the fruit h series of auction 1
sules closed to"tv wth the following :
amounts: New 8'Uth Wales. t2"S b-!ee: i
Queensland. 6.9'il biles; Victoria. V.i4 8 ;
bales; Houth Autral, 4.724 bnls; We."t
aoatrnlla. 441 hi'e-: -rsmnnl,. 6 $84 btles;l
New Zealand 61.4.8 '-lee: 4 ape f tood
61.476
Hope and Natal. 4u' rgies fony-iwu
tlcusAca Dales or Av-imii-n mui m, vi
. hulea of CSDe or tooa tiope sna jN-ai w
OI
1 v ere forwarf-d .'Ir-ct to .splrr.ee-. l-avhig
Jhe totsl v-l-.b's . f e. -4 I-
,nr "..." ; i . i hiooi a. ,a.. Zt.
ST. LOT IS. Julv J-WOOL-B 'dv; T--
"'urn erae-. crrr.h eg and n'cthlnr . r
fc: "h ,,,;8:fc: hc"v flne 1 917 :
tu& washed. S24.e.
. . " ,
gntrar lad Molasses,
NEW YORK. July 2 SUOAR-Firm:
I fair reflnln. 3c: ren'""'"rl. 98 te-t. 8c;
(molstses suear. V'f R-fined. steady: No.
. 4.30c; No. 7. 4 14c: 7o. a. 4 toe: ino . 4ic;
Vn. 11. 4 'Ac; No. No. 12. SJOc: No.
IS S85c; No. 14. 3fc c"" fee: Wears' A. 4. '6c;
mould A. R(c: P" loaf. f.40c: cruelieu.
J 41V; powdered. 4 'Or; granulated, 4 i0c;
en' tee 4 f 5c.
t""LA BSFB Bten v : " Orleans cpeh
goc-" r'"-'ce. e8gc.
NEW ORLEANS. Julv t-SUOAP
Btesdv: onen Vettle. rtfugal. 8(IJt7-l'r-centrifugal
yellow, 333c; seconds, i'li
$c.
x-t,SF" Firm.
SYRUP- ISfSOe.
Oil ana lola.
OIL CITT. July t oiL-r-ed't balance.
$1 4. ehintrnts Juna 30. 42.2M hbls ; aver
age. 2 14 bbls: shloments Julv 1. M 871
bbls : slil""nt Lima Jime SO. 54.284 bbls ;
average (7.020 bbls ; shipments July 1,
120,681 bbls ; runs. Lima, Jun SO, St. 490
bbla; average, 39,4.1 bhls.
SAVANNAH, July l-ROBIN-FIrm; A.
B and C. SSMIKH: D. $.!; K, $4 14; F,
$4 26: G, $4S: H, $4 40; I $4 45; K, 14 60;
M, $4.60;; N, $4.70; WO. $4..; WW, $6 16.
OMAHA WHULF.I41.I3 MARKET.
Coattltloa ml Trade anal Qaotatloae ea
at pi anal Fancy Pvotlae.
EGOS Receipts, liberal; treah stock. 14'o
LlVii a-OLUKY Hens. SC roosiei s,
Sc; turkeys. 12V; ducks, ,jc, spring
chickens, loc per In.
Wl'Tl hlK Packing stork, ll'tfltStc; choic
fancy dairy, 16c; creamery, tlul)C.
HAY Price quoted by Omaha Veed com
pany : No 1 upland, $10.60; medium. $44);
coarse, $900. Hya straw, $4.60.
BRAN Per ton. $i; .60.
Sl'GAR Granulated can. In bbls,
75 14, granulated oane. In sacks, $6 11; granu
sted beet. In sacks, $6.01.
BVHUP In bnis., 3tc per tal.; In case.
10-lb. cana, $1.70; case, ll 6-lb. can, tl.fcu;
oases, $4 2-lb. cans, $1.86.
COFFEE Roasted, No. 86, 26J per lb.i
No. 30, o per lb.: No. 26. lc per loi
No. v 16jC per lb.; rG. a. uo per id.
Cl'RED FISH Family whlteflah, per
quarter bbl , U4 lbs.. $4 00; Norw ay mack
erel, No 1, $28. No. 2, SUA; No. $. $i0; Irtah. '
No. 2, $16; herring, In bbls., 3"0 lbs. each,
Norway 4k, $12; Norway k. $11; Holland,
mixed. $11; Holland herring, in kegs, milk
era, hoc; kegs, mixed, 70c.
CANNED WOODS Corn, standard west
ern, 66'tiic; ' Maine. $1 lk Tomatoea, S-lb.
cana, $12K)1.60: 2-lb., 97Vct2$l. Pineapples,
grated. S-lb., ?Of.ii2S0: sliced. $1 tout A
Gallon arplea, fancy, S3 $0; California aprt
rots, $1.4i"ir-'.t0; pears, $l7fc4j2.b0. peaches,
fancy, $1.754i'2.40; H. C. peachea. $2 0062.60.
Alaska salmon, red, $1.26; fancy Chinook.
F., $2.10: fancy sockeye. F., $l.lt: sardtnea.
H oil. $2.60; mustard. l2.6d-8 10. Sweet
potatoes, S1.161.26; sauerkraut, $1; pump
kins, 80c$1.00; wax beans, S-lb.. J6j0et
jlma beans, l-lb , 75c$l 8ft; spinach, $1.S6
cheap peaa, S-lb., 60c: extra, T64390CS laooy,
$1.86Jl.7o.
KEW VEGETABLEJ).
TOMATOES Texas, per crate ot W 144
76fc80c.
WAX BEANS Per market baskttt f
Shout IS lbs., $1.26
STRING BEANS Per market basket of
about 15 lbs., 60c.
TVRNirS. BEETS AND CARROTS
Per dos. bunches, 26c.
LEAF LETT CCE Hothouse, dos.
beads. 20o.
CLCl'MBERS Home-grown. pr doa,
60c; Texas, per bu box, $2.00.
ONIONS-Callfornla, 2Hc per lb.; Texas,
In crates, white, II 76; yellow, $1.86.
GREEN ONIONS Per doa. bunches, 20a
RADISHES-Per do, "undies, 15a.
CABBAGE Home-grown, 2Vo per lb.
CAULIFLOWER Per dos. heads, T&.
GREEN PEAS-Per bu.. $1.26
NEW POTATOES Per bu., 76c.
OLD VEGETABLES.
POTATOES Home-grown, per bu., 60d
6uo; South Dakota, per bu.. T&CTWc; Colorado,
$oc per bu.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $1 SS; No. 1 SLTa,
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. So.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
DATES Per box of SO-id. pkgs.. tf.OOi
Hallowe'en, In 70-lb. boxes, per box, 6c;
Bayers, per lb., 4c; walnut stuffed, l-lb.
pkgs., $2.00 per dog.; 8-lb. boxes, $1.00.
ORANGES California, extra fancy natr.
ela, large Blxe, $4 2i6.00: Mediterranean
sweats, all slaes, M.lS4.W: Valencia all
sixes, $5.00S.d6.
LEMONS Limotiicrs, extra fancy. S40
sign, 00; 3"U to aov six, ..io.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton.
76t
Sbc; Imported Smyrna, three-crown.
Uo;
a x-crovn. 13c.
BANANAS Per medium stsed bunch.
$L7S
12.26; Jumbos, $2.bii8.00.
PINEAPPLES Florida, sites 24. $0 and
36, $3.26.
FRUITS.
CHERRIES California, $100 per S-lb, box;
sour cherries. 24-qt. crate, $1.60.
GOOSEBERRIES Per crate ot 24 qt.
$2 00.
PEACHES California. $1.10 per Ju.
PLUMS California, $1.6tt3l00.
BLACKBERRIES Per 24-qt. crat. $125
RASPBERKlEil Red. per 24-pu crate,
$2.26; black, per 24-qt. crate, $2.26.
APRICO'lS Per 4-basket crate, $1.76.
CURRANTS Home-grown, wblt and
red, per 24 qts.. $1 .60.
MELONS.
WATERMELONSr-Per lb., lHc or about
Sojdc each.
CANTELOUPE8 California, per crate,
about 46 melons, $4.60'(tt.00; Texas, per
crate, about 46 melons. U.fc,.
CUT MEAT PRICES.
Ribs: No. 1, 12c; No. 2. loc; No. X 8c
Loin: No. 1, 16c; No. 2, 12',c; No. $, 11c.
Chuck: No. 1. 5'.c; No. 2, oc; No. 3, 4V.C.
Round: No. 1, 8lc; wo. 2, 8'c; No. s,
i1C.
Plate: No. 1, 3c; No. 2. 8c; No. S, 2Hc.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CIDER Per i:, $3.76; per bbl., $6.76.
HONEY New, .vtr 24 lbs., $3.60.
CHEESE-Swlss, new, 16c; Wisconsin
brick, 12c; Wisconsin llmberger, lie; twins,
uvxu; Young Americans, 16c.
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1. soft shells, new
crop, per lb.. )6Hc; hard sheila, per lb,
134c. ' Pecans, large, per lb, 14c, small,
per lb., 12o. Peanuts, per lb., 6Vtc; roasted,
per lb., Uc. Chill wainuta. per lb.. 12ai3c.
Almonds, loiv sliells, per to., 17c; hard
.nelia, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuta, $4 per sac t
ot 100.
Elgin Batter Market.
ELGIN. III.. July 2. BUTTER Firm at
20c per lb. Pales for the week, 997,000 lbs.
REAL ESTATE! TRANSFERS.
Deeds filed for record July 2, 1906, furn
ished by the Kerr-Shallcroas company, 1614
Farnam streets:
Mary E. Tanner to John M. Tanner,
lot 2, block 12, city of South Omaha. $ 1
Ed Phelan et al , to Zelates Avery,
lot lti. Phelan's add 200
Josef Holub and wife tu Johan Vlcek,
lot 3, block 13, 1st add to the city
of South Omaha 9V
Anton Glitter and wife to Agnes G.
Sha Heroes, lot 6 In re-plat of block
8, Bemls park 600
Ernest Sweet and wife to Mrs. Edith
Patterson, lot 6 In Ernest Sweet's
odd $60
Nellie Tohin and husband to Gustave
E. Shukert, lot 6, Ford's Baratoga
add 450
Elisabeth C. Gruham and husband to
Maria Haaga. lot 18, block S, Plain
view add J.O0O
George E. Hare et al., to Hobart A.
Hare, lot 6, block 17, Poppleton park. 1
John W. McDonald to Julia Montgom
ery Pratt, lot 29, 6tewart Place
Charles !. McLean to Martha Faulk
ner, lota 15 and 18, block S, Thorn
burg Place $00
Wilson T. Graham and wife to George
C. Porter and wife, lot 18, block 1.
Moot sub of lots 8 and 16, Tuttle's
aiil 160
Olof Olson and wife to William A.
DeRond, undivided it Interest In
W 10 acrea of sH of tax lot 2 12-14-12 1,000
Elicnbeth R. New to Elisabeth New
McKean, lots 9 and 10, Convent
Place 1
Mary E. Shelby and hushand to Carle
ton 8. Shepurd. n 50 ft of lot 1. block
2, Cnpitol Hill add 8,500
Abraham L. Reed et al., to Georg
C. Johnson, lot 4, block 4, Rced'.t 6U1
add $,400
John J. Powera and wife to Mary
Powers, lot 5, block tl. Sliull'a 2d add . 10
Maggie Powera to Mary Powers, lot t,
block 6. Shnll's 2d add 1
Wlillam S. Durnin Snd wife to Mar-
Taret Falconer, lot S, block 4,
enlse'a e,dd (. 1,200
Jennie Patrick and husband to Sumuel v
H11IU y. w IA ft of lot 12 and w 6n ft
of a 16 ft of lot 11. block 2, Mcin
tosh's sub of lota 4 Hnd 6. Lane's sub
In at- of se 27-15-13 874
Mnry Honenek and 4ueband to Corn!- .
lius Shulian, lot li. block 4, Brown
Park add 676
Jatnr-s W. El wood to Henrietta S.
Carter, lot 21. block 10, BrlRg a plice 1,000
Henrietta S. Carter to James W. El
wood, lot 15. block 8. Clifton Hill.... X.700
Blnnch Lemert Wise to J. Sherburne
Johnson, lot 8, block I. Boggs St
Hill's id add I
John McDonald to John H. Merchant,
e 3" ft of lot S. block 5. Reed a 3d
add
1 Mshl , pedlar and hushand to Alfred
Hoagland, lot n Mayfleld
1.200
Total
.$30,440
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