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HIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, JULY 13. 1900.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Showi Wcaknen EaiIj, tnt Ej
ection Beta la.
ADVANCE THRU-QUARTERS CENT SCORE!
More Rala la Northwest Inspires rear
of Black Real aaa rrili Croa
Xewa la Balllsk Cora
n the Produce erh.n.. ik. v.......
i.,iM,l!r-, "y; t mark
lZ.lu",, "'Hic; tlte, i4o; prim
llc ; 1Sc- Chelae. steady. 11
YORK UEftF.RAL MARKET
OMAHA. Juljr 12. IV.
A'heat ihnwfii weakness early, but a re
action came and price advanced to o
above yeaterday. Shorts were inclined to
cover by reason of fear of black ruat In the
northwest, more rain having been reported.
European newt waa bullish and tht
eati,er in Argentina waa reported too ory. .
11.. -tilh J.mr.A - V . . 1 . I
, ....... ucniaiiu m IllUC eilUIIBer
and cash price were batter. The Price
Current aays the yield of winter wheat la
above the average and quality could not be
belter. LocaJ elevator men do not report
many acceptance. The first car of new
wheat, grading No. I hard and weighing
ill lha.. waa offered on the aampl inaxkitt
Corn waa lower. Price were a fraction
down at the start, due to showers In some
parts of the corn belt. The market was
held steady for a time by the strength In
wheat, but when the forecast oama of
showers for tomorrow, there was a de
cline. The cloaa waa Sc below yeater
day. The market 1s a matter of weather.
Oat were atrong, though quotations were
Broomhau estimates Argentina wheat
shipments at 80n,0u buahala and corn ship
ments at ,20O,0tt) buahels.
Primary wheat receipts were 741,000 bush,
els and shipments A0OO bushels. aalnst
recelpta last year of 428,000 buahala and
shipments of 278,000 bushels. Corn recelpta
were 488.000 buahels and shipment 6W.00O
huahela, againat receipt last year of 477.
(J0 buehela and ahlpmenta of i,000 buahels.
Clearances were 88.000 buahela of wheat,
23,Ti barrels of flour, W.000 buahela of corn
and 1.26 buahela of oata.
Liverpool closed d higher en wheat and
d higher on corn.
From the Record-Herald: "Several re
port of black ruat were received, mainly
from North Dakota, but none of them
waa alarming or claimed that damage nad
.resulted. At Duluth and Minneapolis, how
ever, there was a fear of a spread, of the
in feet ton all rianenrilnar. of course, on the
VMthw ennttltlona. Predictions of weather
favorable for rust development were made
officially for northern Minnesota, wnere ma
wheat area is comparatively imuwu.
Local range of options:
Qaotatloaa of the nay aa Tarleae
".'14 barrel; exports, 7,87 barrela.
Zt . nir,,t a quiet and about
-1. .Mnneota patenia, U 3Co4hO; Mlnne
! Pii "hers, 3 4:.fi.lS6; winter pa'enta. 14.00
t4 30; winter airalghta, U.M4.0r; winter
etras, (2 nf&a 40; low grade, i vf:i.3S. Hye
nour. quiet- fntr to good. 3.4oe3.v; choice
to fancy. $3 864 20.
,,ol.NMEAL-Firm; nn white and yel-
"', oft'0'1 a' L'0, 1 101 12; " dried,
.RTJCDu11; No. t western. 6Tc f. o. b.
AT-Recelpta. 24.8U0 bu.; exports.
.8S bu.; spot firm; No. 2 red. Mc, noml-
. ririiiiii . no. A rM M.-r nnm lu r
b., afloat: No. 1 northern hulmh kKlke.
nominal. f. O. h aHr,af Vn 1 nnrtkarn
sfamtnhe aa T 1 . i. i ' ment c ear y waa simple conjecture mr nn
of the? f:h..m'2."-,- b '20".'- .J""!11 ! "" P-rt by the tracers who were follow
Articles. I Open. Hlgh. Low. Clowe. 1 Tesy
71B 7TR T1R T2B
71B 72B 71 B T2B
4B 4S4W '7A 47HA
4&B 4SSiB 47HA 4TSA
of the day wheat waa firm and decidedly
nigner on a broadening trade, bulllah new
from the nnrthweat and good foreign buy-
ng. Hulls alao laid atree on a larger flour
lamand. the unflvnrahl Rimatun rrnn Ar,H
political new and nroanort for amall Ar
gentina ahlpment. The market later weak-
nea under reallting, but waa finally atrong
e'n on ruat. nea, cloning c to sc net
igher. May. fttiV'aWp. rlo1 at kc:
iil.r r.. tu A 1 . . ... f, . 1
'J 1 tr-i '.iJmn., i-iusfu III Mc; B-uniliJr,
84,'8 l-lc, cloaed at 847tc; December. 8
e7Wo. cloaed at 7Vic.
CORN Receipt. ai,400 bu.; spot steady;
No. X Mc, nominal, elevator, and SOc, nom
inal f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 yellow, 61V,c, nom
inal; No. I white. ilo. Option market
opened eaaler on cooler, ahowery weather
In the belt. It then rallied with wheat
and on light country acreptancea, but near
in cioee nroke under liquidation, cloning
Ho to He net lower; July. 6iH,5'5Sc, cloaed
t 6!Hc; December cloaed at 67c.
OATS Recelpta. 86.60O bu.: pot market
firm: mixed oata. 2 to a lh.. 4Mir;
natural white. 0 to S3 lb., 43ft444c; clipped
white, M to 40 lb.. 480c.
FRED Steady ; rrprlng bran, 11 86 prompt
ahlpment; middling, 118.00 July shipment;
city, izi.onn bO.
HAY Firm: ahlnnlna. B6fi6c: good to
HOP8 Bteadv: atate. common to choice,
lf6, lOig-lic; 104, nominal; olda, nominal;
Pacific coaat, 1K06, loylSc; 1904, 12c; old.
HIDES-Bteadv: Galveston. 20 to lna..
20c; California, 21 to 28 lbs., 21c; Texaa,
ary, u to ) ma., isc.
LEATHEH-steady ; acia. -wij.'ivic.
PROVISIONS Beef steady; family.
$10.00.fn0 60; mea. . 007 60. Beef ham.
121.0032 K; packet. 9.KuV.M; city exirn
India men, HB.on015.K. Cut meata. firm;
pickled bellle. U.25an3.00; pickled snouiu
ere. $8.BO00; pickled ham. I12.00S12.W).
Lard, firm: wextern orlme. 19. lOtfW. 30, nom
. A aaked. B bid.
8T. LOU18. July 12. WHEAT Higher ;
No. 2 red cash, elevator, 7Mc, nominal;
trade. 7flT7e; September, T&'ec; December,
7Hc; No. 2 hard. 7R7ao.
pabv vsitur lowar: caan firm: no.
caah. nominal; track, 64c; September,
T-.l Nn a white. 4So.
MCTALS-lUad. hlsher at le.72H6.78;
at IK AS.
POl LTRY Steady; chickens, 10c; springs,
Do- rfnrka- tUc: aeeae, (c.
I TTER Firm; creamery. 1321C dairy,
EOGS Steady at 12HS, caae count.
Omaha Cask Sale.
WHEAT No. 4, 1 car, 4o.
Omaha Cask Prleea,
TirTiaoK a haril. 72U72c: No.
hard. H7l4e; No. 4 hard, 6306IMOI
No. I spring, 71 He. . ,,
CORN No. . 4He: No. t yellow,
4Se; NO. S white, 4V4c.
nirs No 2 mixed. 3c: No. I whlto,
Hc; No. 4 white, J5f llo.
RYE No. 2, 64c; No. t, 63c.
.. , Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago .. ..1.
Chicago cnAur aud provisions
Fearwree it thi Tra4lasT aad Closlag;
riM.a Board of Traa
CHICAGO, July " -''''."J ?Tt7?lS
ruat to the spring neat rop int
proved demand for flour Imported "rength
todav.to the local wheat market, the Sep
teniber delivery cloning with a net gain of
4e. Corn waa oir ic '--
n Deaplte a alight advance at Liverpool the
local market waa eaay on moderate V""
y pit traders. Prleea. however. Jl-'y
lecovered and for the remainder of the day
lh wheat pit waa bulllah. Rain In the
Canadian northwest ana pru-i.- -
. v.i ..,kr m h nrin- wheat ter
rltorv of this country, together with hlarhor
rrlces for wheat ' at Minneapolis, tended
to advance price here. The atrength M he
ixoithweatein market seems to connrm the
lenorts of damage by rust In th whut
KHh Dakota. Bt. Louis and
i.- n. rim oi.lm fetr salea of flour fo
v. h tbl added to the firmness
,r,n fvnrA the bulla.
... nnriMl that the crop In aouthern
1 - V.. .1 Kn k.hiv damared by ral
.-a .1.., a ...ntirni vxoorta had declined
The market cloaed atrong. September
pcnd unchanged to MTV: lower at 75
n 7m,ir7sc, advanced to 78'i'tr79,4e and
-loed at 7Kfi79c. Clearances of wheat and
Hour were equal to 204.800 bu. '"TT
iiatvtt hu . aaralnat 428.000 bu
r .m. '. MlnneSDolla. Duluth and
iki.... .miui rrlrita of 385 car,
U.inlV SM cara last week and 122 cars
The corn market was tinder heavy selling
preeaure all day and a wean tone pre
.... n-t ih,mmhiii A nredlctlon of thun
in K larrrr Dart of the corn
belt waa reeponalble for the weakness. The
market cloaed weak. Pm"rSr Jl i
changed to Wc lower at 6262c. aold
K.imn 8J4.C and 6Jc and cloaed at 62V-
Local receipts were B4 cars with 82 care
jf contract grade.
The oats market was steady becauae of
freah reporta of damage by dry weather.
Commission houaea and cash Intereate were
active bidder all day and selling was
chiefly by longa. Aeceptancee of blda were
raid to be very email. September opened
unchanged to Vc lower at 36c to Sitfcc.
aold up to S0c and cloaed at Soc. Local
rrcelpta were 124 cars. -
Provision wejre rather weak on selling
by local packera, but trading was light.
A 6c decline In the price of live hogs
was a weakening Influence. At the close
September pork waa off 15c at 17.I7H.
J.ro wa off 7ic at $.M24. Rlba were 7Vc
lower at 39 47.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
158 care; corn, 21 care; oata. IS cara; hogs,
17 000 head.
' The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Art)ela. Open I Hlh. Iw. Don Tea y.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Vtrknt ia Lower oa Bellinc by Bean to
NEW LOW RECORD FOR THE MOVEMENT
tatemeat That Capltallats Are Pre
parlasT aa Object lio to
EaTeet Lelslaloa ea
NEW TORK. July 12 Speculators who
opposed a decline In prices rather ruefully
prone unced today'a stock market "defenc
ie." and so far as It Implied an entire
ahaence of buying power the term wna
accurate. The only buying In evidence we
an ocraalonal covering movement by me
uccstul bear trader, who were aatlVfl
to take Inviting protita on the decline In
that way. What paaaed for news about the
Stork exchange In explanation of the move
ment cleaxly waa Imple conjecture lor me
Increased 726 0f: government securities,
decreased .Sl.eio.raiO. The proportion of the
bank a reaerve to liability thla week la
4 46 per cent, aa compared with 41 a per
cent la at week.
nal; refined, ateady; continent, 9.o; South
lea, $9 tt; compound, IH.k, I'orK,
firm; family. 119.60; short clear, iis.iwBii.w;
meaa, 11. 00511. 25.
TALLOW Eaay; city (2.oo per pKg.j.
416-16c; country, 4'v66i4c, pkga. free.
RICE Steady; domestic, lair to extra, a
BUTTEK- Bteaqy; street pnee, extra
creamery, SHrV-lc; omciai prices, cream
ery, common to extra, 16Vi'j'JVfcC ; reno
vated, common t" extra, 12.1 lKc; western
factory, common to first, l&jjnc; western
Imitation creamery, extras, j&v,c; nrsta.
HEEBE Steady: new atate full cream,
large, fancy, 11c; atate fair to good,
10c; new atate, small, fancy, 11c; new
state fair to good, lOlOHc; new state In
EGOS Firm; atate, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy aelected white, 23c; choice, 21
'22c; mixed extra, ic; western nrets,
17Vc; western seconds, l&iylttVtc; southerns.
POULTRY Alive, nrm; spring cnickena.
22c; fowla, 14c; turkeys, ll12c. Dreased,
firm; western spring chickens, lSQ22c; tur
keys, U(313c; fowla, 10ra13c.
St. loola Oeaerat Market.
BT. LOUIS. Mo.. July 12. WHEAT
Higher: No. 2 red. caah, elevator, 76Hc,
nominal; track, 76".4877c; September, 76'ac;
December, 76Hc; No. 2 hard, 76g78c.
CORN iruturea lower; casn nrm; ino. 1
caah, 66Hc nominal; track, 64c; September,
37c; December, 86Hc; No. 3 white, 43v.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patent,
4.60; extra fancy and straight. (3.7&S4.30;
SEED Tlmotny, steady; w.wwjw.
CORNMEAL Steady; 2.en.
BRAN Dull; aacked, eaat track. . 731?T6c.
IIAT-Stssdy: timothy. tiS.MWrrn.flO; prairie.
iron turiun ii.o i.vw.
HEMP TWINE To.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; lobbing.
217.12H. Lard, lower; prime steam, 68.72!.
Dry salt meata, steady; boxed extra shorts,
39.76; clear rlba, (9.87; short clears. 310.00.
Baoon, steady; boxed .extra short. 110.60;
clear ribs, 310.62H; short clear, 310.76.
rOluTKl - oteaay; cnicaen. i"c;
Bprlnge, 18c; turkeye, 11 He; ducks, 8a;
BUTTER Firm; creamery, ' lttlc;
dalrv. 14 18c.
UUd ttteaoy; iivtr, cus
Ing the movement without knowing where
lame supply of stocks came from thnt
poured Into the market. The volume of
the dealings had risen by noon to nearly
the figure for the day's total of the day
The quick effect of the revival of the
activity In forcing down prices is evidence
of the prevailing disposition to sell on
the part of those who make their appear
ance In the market at all. Tradera laid
atresa on the continued absence In .the
far weat of the president of the Oreat
Northern as discrediting the rumors of
jasterday that the terma of the Gre.t
Northern ore lands deal waa to be promp'ly
announced. Aa a matter of fact, the weight
of professional opinion la that thla and
other reporta which have been the only
available means of causing prices to ad
vance, are much more effective while left
in the realm of surmise than they would
be aa officially confirmed. It la feared that
the formal announcement would lead to
selling to realise, aa In the case of othr
favorable development recently. Another
favorite supposition of the tradera waa thnt
lately returning tourists from Europe hav
ing cloae relatione with great capitalist
have brought back a definitely formulated
policy of liquidation and the countenancing
of a decline In price. The difference be
tween Income return on securities at the
' present level of values and on money lonn
Is one alloted motive for this policy, mil
the desire of affording an "object lesson"
of the timidity of capital and the damage
to flow from the governmental and popular
attitude toward corporations nnda an even
more prominent place In the asslgnel
causes for this altered nollcv
A violent decline In the Ixmdon price of
copper and a response In New York and
the further falling off In June production
of Iron reported by a leading authority
were cause of weaknea that seemed more
substantial. A a matter of fact the move
m-nt of the market was traceable largely to
technical conditions. The decreasing de
mand for stocka on the recent rallv served
aa a warning that no substantial buying
waa coming In at the prevailing level ot
prices. Yesterday's late reaction brought
prices near to the low level of the move
ment touched laat week. Todny those prices
were broken through In a large number of
stocks, although some or the principal
market lenders are exceptions. The effect
waa to encronch on margins and uncover
Btop-loss orders which escaped at the pre
vious decline. There la no preaent pressure
on borrower of stocks, but It Is suspect cd
that loarra on time to some of the stock
market poola are running to their maturity
and difficulty Is found in satisfactory re
The money market was tranquil and lh
presence of the secretary of the treasury
In the city was the occasfon for an Im
pression that the proceeds of hankers
subscriptions to the forthcoming Panama
canal bonds will be left on deposit with the
banks and thus guard againat an upset
money market as a consequence of the
subscriptions In connection wtlh the current
withdrawal of 310,000.000 of government de
posits. Intimation of a purchase by the
government of silver bullion for mintage
were alao calculated to suggest a meana
of release of government funds to the mar
ket. These suggestions of clearing condi
tions in the money condition were given
some credit for the late recovery from the
recent extreme decllnea, although the tak
ing of the day's profits on the short side
played an important part. The closing
wa rather feverish, but with most of the
Bonda were weak. Total aales, par value,
32.003,000. United States 2s advanced ft per
cent on can
Hew Tork icier Market.
NEW TORK. July 12,-MONET-On call,
steady, 2r? per cent; mllng rate. 2H per
rent; last loan. 2'- per cant; closing bid.
J4 per cent; offered at 24 par cent; time
loan, strong; sixty day. 4$4H pe eent;
ninety day. 44l6 per rent; sis months, 64
iAV Mr rant.
STERLING F.XCHANCJE-F.asv. with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at 34 lij
4 4ffi for demand and at 14 81o34 for
Ixty-day bill; posted rates, 34.K2Va4 3M4;
commercial bills, 64 MS-
SILVER Bar, 6Mc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government. firm; railroad,
Quotations on New fork bonds today
were as follows:
I', s. rat. Is, rag 1M,jb e. M attN...
do coupon o 4 ttta
. l"i as 4m m
..10JV do la tartea.
..Kxtkll.. A H. wal. 4a...
.IU WM. t. I 4a
..!')! Mm (antral 4a...
..UW let Ik
.. 17!. Mln. A St. L. 4.
. .llin.a . K A T. 4a...
. .1'lv,) no la
.. . N R. ft. M. ,
.. S N. Y. C. f. ...
..1..1,N. J. C. f. aa
.. MWN. Parlfte 4a.
... ItU 00 It
...HIVN. A W. r. 4
..II IO. t. U rtos. 4a..
... t rmi. mqy. aa...
,.. M Raaitlnc n. a...
rnaa. A onto 4wa....li,.V St. L A 1. M. c. I
Chicago A. 71 Kt. U f. f(.
C, 8 A Q. n. 4t.... vt m. L. w c 4a..
C JC. I. a P. 4a.... 7iV"-a board A. U 4
in ral. ta v BO. racist 4a
II. 8. la.
V. s. ai 4a. ra..
C B. naw 4a. rag.
Am. Tobacco 4a....
Atrhtsan ae. 4..
da adl. a
Atlantic C L 4a..
Bal. A Ohio 4a....
Bra K. T. c. ..
Central of O. at..
no lat Inc
do Id Inc
do yi Inc
mu UK STOCl MARIET
CUl tt tt HirhMt Foist Toachad ia
HOGS Sta SOME LOWER ON AVERAGE
hee m La atb Arrive at Tare
Late, bat teaaaaaad Geo
Prleea Wkea Oace Of '
fere fee Bale, '
SOtTH OMAHA. Jury 12. lo.
with speculstnre wanttrg a few good to
choice hearv beg for mlrlng purpoca.
snd h few Inaoa watch found favor In
their eves brougat prices that ware steady
tn a little higher. They pa.d aa high as
for the best .heavy peg. which waa 6c
higher than anvthtng brmiaht jesterdiy.
Packera. how-.r, vtarted cut bld'Ung lower
and thev bought the mwi of their hogs
lvs lower, the market closing 6c lower than
yeeterday general maraet. In other
orda. the bulk of the hog sold at :hk
I as. a against Is SHV yetetday. The
popular price tdv wa la art. wher
eterday over half of all the nog aold at
OtiiCI Monday ...
Official Tuesday ...
Official Thursday .
Cattle, nog. Sneep.
A St. U a. 4. .lul
Ind. aa. a-r. A. II
do aenea b..
Colorado Mi. 4a...
roto. a 8a.
D. A H. o. 4a
Ulatlllara' See. It..
Er.a p. I. 4a
do ia. 4a
Honk,ua Val. 4ta.
do let 4a nil..
Bo. Rail war la...
Iiui A r. la ...
T , St. U A W.
t'ntan faISe 4a..
I . . Staal Id la.
Four days this week. ..13.607 2.65 19 442
Same days laat week.... 7.11a Si.tfO .'
Same two weeks ago. .. .12, 41.411 6.4n0
Same three wees ego...l.m Wi."4 4,(i
Same four weeks ago. ...14.111 e.7 ?.4
Same deye lat year lb-JU M.fcW I1,aa
KKCElPiS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
in lollowlng tabie i.Ow the receipt
of cattle. hna and aheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, com pa real with last
. n do dab. B
.104 Wcatarn Md
. Hi w. A L B. 4a
,lult 'U. Cantral 4a.
year: Ik). 1906. Inc
Cattle 47.107 462.421 4VW
Htt 1.M44S7 l.t,7.7l4 14.0,
Hh-p Tal.toS 742.46J S1.610
The following will show the price paid
for the different kinoa of cattle on the
ttoutn Omaha market!
Good to choice corn-fed steers 3.StJS.0O
Fair to good corn-fed steers, eon.w4.36
I mramn. . .t a ImaiII
1 liood to choice cows and lieifers.. i64 ku
ralr to good cowa and heifers tibii! '
Common to fair cowa and heifers.. l.04!.Tt
Good to choice stockers A feeders.. J 76U4 10
Fair to good stockera feeders.... I 'fS.7l
Common to fair stockers . Urn. SI
bulls, stags, etc 2.7014 10
Veal calves 4.00toe.SO
The following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several day a. with comparisons:
Boston Stock aaa Bond.
BOSTON. July 12,-Call loana, i36 per
cent; time loana, tnjtifcv per cent, ufflcial
closing on ucki ana u. nai:
M 'orth Butt
.11 ivs.atin common
. 75 jAdvcntar
II Sa Amalgamated
Atchlaon adj. 4a...
Mea. rentral 4a...
'Bnaton A Albtnr.
Hoatoa A Malna..
Boatoti Kiavated ..
N. Y., N. H. A I
Para llarquatte ..
Amir. Aria. Cham.
A mar. Pnau. Tuba
A mar. Sucar
Ann. I. A T
Amer. Woolen ....
I . . Ill
(al. A Heel.,
t intaunlal ....
Coppar haos .
isla tnyala ..
t'nltcd 8ho Mach.
V. S. Hteal
1U I mwi. i. A
, u Old Dominion
umcr . ...
V. 8. Mining.
Date. 110. l06.ill04.l9.ll02. 1W1. 1100.
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III Ml Ho ll!S 4 ..tn IM 4 1
4. ....... M1 ... Ills at Ill ... II
at tf 4 . t4IS 74 HI l!0 I in
w Kl 1KI tus 14 1:4 ... 7IS
1S7 40 t 41 K.4 Ill ... I 71
M 141 144 I H
1 11 ... 4 At
I 61 7 641
I 16 I 4b
I I 38
I 11 I 38!
7 771 6 Wl
12. Closing. quotations on
the btoca exchange were:
Conaola, monay ..17 14-11 N. T. Central
do account II l-lllNortolk A VS..
The followins- are the huntariinn
Mlaaeapolls Grata Market.
' MINNEAPOLIS, July It FLOUR First
patents, 4.15434.26; second patents, 84.00
410: first clears, 33.364j3.46; second clears,
BRAN-In bulk. $18.60f13.75.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations fo
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery.) The
range of prices, as reported by F. D. Day
tk Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade, waa:
Article. I Open. 1 Hlgh. Low. Close! Tefy.
July... "s? i7
1 13VI 1 13
I nC 1 1
1 11 HI 1 11
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. 81c; No. 1 northern, 80c; No. 2 north
ern. 7Mkc; to arrive, 78V4c; No. 3 northern.
7Vu77Hc; No. 1 durum. "74c; No. 2 durum.
ouo. corn; xo. ycuuw, a-v:, iu. a
4si4o. Oatc No. ( white, Stisc; No. t,
3oc. Barley, 3745Cc. Rye, ei&j6c. Flax,
July . Sept.
TJ 77 78sU
7m 78 TrA'aiiJUlft'i
Ovd T vH
63 62 6J 62H
63 62H 6SS. fcTtj
61 10 60s 61
39 8 8S
8V 35 80 36
87 3'. ,'8.'Q'
1 r 18 87 II 87 1 7
17 U 17 16 17 (7 17 62
10 02 07
22 12 t 12 0
17 I 17 17J &
I 17 I 60 I 16 17
67 46 47 t 66
26 17 20 I SO
"h nuotatlons ware as follows:
FLOUR Steady ; winter patents, 63 6014.40;
v.-.ntar airmail ta. Hkiat.iV; spring Dai a n la.
31.7(4 00; (prlntT straight, I4.46u3.ai; bak-
,-ra. Il04 10.
WHEAT No. I spring, 03lc: No,
prlng. 7itr:8c: No. t red. 7vtf7V.
CORN-No. 2. 62o: No. I rellow. 62o.
OATS-No. 2. 3c; No. I while, 4vtfHlc;
No. I white, s40c.
nYK No. 2. jtfe.
BARLEY Good feedlns. 041e; fair to
choir malting, 4liic.
8Keri4 No. 1 ilea, tl 01: No. 1 north
weatern, 11 10. fYlme timothy, 4.00. Clover,
cootrart grade. l av
PROVISIONS Short rlba. aldea. loose.
1. 40. Meaa Dork. Dr bbl.. til aVffll .:A.
lrd. per V li. la. 02. Short clear aldea.
Followlcf were the receipts and ship-
menta of nour ana grain:
Flnar. bbl K ll.OuO
Wheat, bu...... l'T 1.
Cora. Imi...m al, IVI.ttx)
Kaaaas City G
caan, no. x nam.
Mo. z rea, nwuc
la a eot Prevision.
July 11 WHEAT July,
"lsc; December, 73c;
72A72V; No. 3, 7172c;
No. . TIHtTTZc
CORN July, c; September, 48c; De
cember, 46c; caah. No. 2 mixed. 2c; No.
I white, 64c; No. 2. 63sc
OATS No. z while, tuqriio.
RYK Steady; 6le.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, 10.609
11 00; choice prairie. .2txB9 50.
BUTTEK Creamery. ic; pacKing. itsc
EGOS Firm; Miaaourl and Kansaa, new
No. I whltewood raaea Included, 16c; case
count, lc; caaea returned. c les.
Corn, bu. .
Oats. bu. . .
. . 10.600
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. July 11 BUT
TER Firm; extra western creamery, 21c;
extra nearby prima, iic
EOGS Steady: nearpy rreen.
weetem fresh, 18o at mark.
CHEESE Firm: New Xork
fair lo choice. 10tJUc.
18c at mark;
Jtily l?-CORN-H1gher; No. I
No. 8, 63c; No. 4, 62c; no grade.
30e; No. 8
Quiet on basis of 11.9 for fln-
OATS Higher; No. 2 white,
white, ssac; No. I whit. c.
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, July It WH EAT Mar
ket steady: No. 1 northern, Kltiftlc; No. I
northern, 81063c; September. 78(tio asked.
KY-rull; Ko. 1, a-5ii4o.
BARLEY Dull; aampl. 428c.
CORN Higher; No. I caah, KSWWc; Sep
tember, 62o asked.
Llverpeel Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, July l-WHEAT-Spot.
Arm: future, quiet; July. 4 (d; Septem
ber, 6a 4d, December. 6s ld.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed, old.
6a lOd: futures, quiet; July, 4s Id; Septem
ber. 4s 7d-
Dalalk Grata Market.
DULUTH. July 11-WrtFAT-To arrive
and on trark. No. 1 ncrthem. 0c; No. t
northern, 78c; July, aUc; September, Tec;
OATS To arrive, on track and July, 17c
Amarican c. a V
Amarlcan C. A P. pfd
American Cotton Oil
Am. Coiton Oil pld
Amarlcan H. A L. pfd
Amarlca Ic. tacurllla....
Amarlca Llnaaad OH
Am. Llnaaad Oil pfd
Am. Locomotlva pfd
Amarlcaa B. A R
Amarlcan B. A R. pfd
Amarlcan Bugar Raflnlng...
Am. Tobacco pfd ctft
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coaat Una
Balltmora A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Trantlt....
Cantral of Naw Jaraay
Chaaapaake A Ohio
Chicago Oreat Waatarn
Chicago A Northwaataro . . . .
Chicago. Mil. A 81. P
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd. oftarad
C. C, C. A Bt. Loula
Colorado Fual A lroa
Colorado A Southara
Colorado A So. lat pfd
Colorado A Bo. Id pfd
Corn Product, rfg
Corn Produeta pfd, rfg
Cantral Uaathar pfd
Iialawar A Hudaoa
Delaware. L. A W
Dsnvar A Rio Orand
Danvar A R. O. pfd
Erla lit pfd
Erla Id pfd
Craat Northara pfd
Intarnattonal Papar pfd.,..
Intarnattonal Pump pfd
Iowa Cantral pfd
Intarborouga Mat. pfd
Kanaaa City Southern
Kanaaa City Bo. pfd
LouttTllla A Naahrtlla
Max lean Cantral
Mionaapolla A Bt. Loula...,
M , Bt. P. A . S. M
M . St. p A B. g. at. pfd.
Miaaourl, Kanaaa A Tvaaa.
M . K. A T. pfd
National R. R. of II. pfd.,
Naw York Cantral
Naw Tork. O. A W
Norfolk A Wax era
I Norfolk A W. pfd
P . C. C. A Bt. Loula
Praaaad Staal Car
Praaaad gtael Car pfd
Pullman Palac Cr
Reeding lat pfd
Reading Id pfd. offered ...
Repubile Steal pfd
Rock laland Co.
Rock laland Co. pfd
Bt. L A S P M ptd
Bt. Loula Southweetara....
at. Loula 8. W. pld
Bo. Pacltc pfd
Bo. Railway pfd M.
Bloaa BheSlel Steal
Tenueeeea Coal A lroa ...
Teaaa A Pad Be
Toledo, At. L. A W
T . Bt. U A W. pfd
I'ntea PaclBc pfd
tolled Bute Eiprea
It. S Realty, oSerad
Vnttad Biataa Rubber
V. B. Rubber pfd
t'Blted Stale Steal
V. . Blael pfd
V.-Carolla Chemical ....
a. -Carolina Cbas. ptd.,.,
Weatingtiouaa Kleaui ....
Wbeeliag A Lake Erta
wia. laatiml pfd
Bale. High. Lew. Clce.
Baltimore A Ohio...
Canadian Pacific ...
(Tiee. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
C, M. A 8t. P
D. A R. O
do pfd .1
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Louis. A Naah
at., K. A T
usi do pfd
IIS Ontario A W
HIS Rind Mine
. 17 ao lal pfd
, IV do Id pfd
.ltiOjt Southern Hallway
. lis no pfd
, 40 4onthern Pact do .
, lis iJnlon Pacific ....
. 40 do pfd
, H'S I'. 8. Staal
. 10 do pld
.14t. do pfd
. 4 tianlib 4
ttd per ounce.
The rate 01 discount in the open market
for short bills la 3 1-16 per cent; for three
montna Dill, is per cent.
New York MlaintC Stocks.
NEW YORK. July 12-Clos!r.g quotation
on mining stock were:
RANGE OF PR1CE8.
Omaha tl 76b 00 I6.bv.76
Chicago 1 26.0 K 47.0B
Kat aas City t.vxu 10 6.&0 4jb.
St. Louis 1.7ou00 4 76 7 t6
Sioux City 10ljA 78 .66 ,7I
WEDNESDAY S SHIPMENTS.
The following snowa arte number of cars
of Blockers and feeders shipped to the
country and their points of destination:
Fred Haas, Marengo, la. R. 1 3
J. W. Benson. Clara, la. I. C. J
A. McLaughlin, Woodbine, la. N. W 1
O. P. Moorheed. Woodbine, la. N. W 1
The official ' number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road waa:
C. M. 4V St. P. Ry.. 1
Mo, P. Ry 12
U. P. system ., it
C. N. W (east) .. ..
C at N. W. (west) .. 14
C, St. P.. M. A O
C, B. tt Q. least I ... 6
C, B. ft W- (weat) .. 34
C, R. I. P. (eaat).. 7
C H. 1." A If. (west). ..
Chicago tit. Western, ..
Queensland sold well. Following are th
snips In l-ti: New South Wales, i
hale: avotirod. lOiiDla lt,d . gresv. 7iH
Is M (jti euslaml. l. lles: si-uitred. If
l.11:s. grassy, 1l.lils 1.1. Victoria. I.
bslrs; sci.ured. lsol 11: gresv. Inula
M Smith AuetMl'H. Iwlee; s-otirad. U
Jrlal'VI; greaav. iilMla VI Weat Australia,
i Kilrs: grr-asy. 7Si1lJlJld. Tasmania,
hslea; grensv. Ilvl. .New Zealand, I
hiles; scptir.'d. Is l.lMls lil. gieasy. Wl
Is Td. Cie of Oivd lliipe and Natal,
hales; sonuird. 1 bi1iils W; gresy. 6d
ST. LOUIS. Mo . July V -WOOf -Steedy;
medium grade cnmhli-g and tlothlna. 2',l
2c; light fine. lMl'c: heavy tine, 14S17c;
tub washed, e.'tlt.c.
SHEEP Reeelpts Of sheep this morning
Were quite liberal, the only trouble being
that the trains were o late (hat It was
time for everything to be sold b'fore the
receipts were In the yard. As a rciult It
wa much later than usual before a clear
ance waa effected. The mark't aa a whola
waa In very satisfactory condition, the most
of the arrivals changing hands quite read
ily. The Lee Spaeth A Co wethers brought
16.60 a againat 86.15 yesterday and 5C.:6 the
day before. Some rretly decent spring
lamb aold up to 37 60.
Quotation: Good to cholce.enrlng lamb.
I7.60Q7.7S: fair to good spring lamb. l-',.2f'r
7. no; good to choice yearlings. i.76tl.lls;
fair to good yearling. 15.50iJi5.75. good to
choice wethers, Ii.25tj6.no: fair lo good
wether, 34 8C5o-25; good to choice ewea,
14 .HOnjS.aS; fair to good ewes, 34 (004.90.
2u Idaho eeea, culls
11 Idaho bucka, mile
1 Idaho buck, cull
21 Idaho ewes
2t'l Idaho ewes
18 leaning, culia
650 Wyoming wether
20 Idaho lamb, cull
106 Idaho yearlings
It4 Idaho yearling
1 loaho ye.trlin
SO Wyoming wetners
Totals receipts ... 86
The disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purcnastng tn oum-
ier 01 neaa inaicatea;
TOLETX). O.. July 11 SEtTO-Clover.
caah. M6; October, 14 17: August allk.
7 14, prim timothy, U uO, No. 1 r . sue.
1.10 II 14
oa M it
l.io 11 11
00 11 40
04 II 41
I.I04 M 11
'.ioo 11 "nl
10 M M
l.im 1 at
604 141 141
1' tn at
I. 14 M
40 44 44
M.eul 111 Ut
Brunawlc Con ..
Con. Cal. A Va..
Horn gllrer ....
Laadallia Coa ....
Utile Chief ...
1 Sierra Narad
email Hope ..
-4uo ll-i l.tel
24 1.M4 7ti
) i.4,7 ia
Ui 1,14a -
71 . ..... 1
1038 , 8,771 8.1W
104 11 tl
Total aaiaa lor ta lay. IM.Iet aharea.
iaiiah, juir li. lia m.11. .....
rnent of the Bank of England ahows the
following chajtgee: Total reaerre. de-
""a auivwi, uuuion, increeuaeil aaa). aud
uiner awcurmee. aecreaced a7.Las.uaYi: nthmm
LONDON. July 12.-Money was In In
creaaed demand In the market today for
stock exchange payments, but supplies were
abundant. Discount were firm. Businea
on the stock exchange continued to grad
ually Improve, the favorable bank state
ment proving a elrengthenlng Influence, j
Consols after easing temporarily closed
firm. Home rail improved on Investment
purchasing. Foreigners were dull In sym
pathy with Parts. Kaffirs were Inclined to
eaae owing to the native troubles and the
postponement of the promulgation of a
constitution for South Africa. Copper
shares weskened In sympathy with the
metal. Americans experienced a dull morn
ing only moving rrscnonany to over par
ity, the Wall street decline checking oper
ations. Later New York advices caused
a heavlnes and trading cloeed dull with
stocks at about tn loweat quotatlona of
the day. Japan Imperial 6a of 1804 cloaed
BERLIN, July 12. Trading on the Bourse
today waa Irregular. The general tendency
was toward weaker prleea.'
PARIS, July 12. Prleea on the Bourae to
day were heavy on the news from Russia.
Russian bonda of 1904 cloaed at 4S&.00.
Baak of France Statement.
PARIS, July It The weekly etatement of
the Bank of France ahowa the following
changea: Notea In circulation, decreased
62.7liO.O0O francs; traaaury depoalta, in
creased ll.OiO.OOO franc; general deposits,
decreaaed 48.826.000 franc; gold In hand, de.
creased 10.H7&.000 franca; allver In hand,
decreaaed 676 000 franca; bill discounted,
decreased 6,697.000 francs: advances, de
creaaed 22,676,000 francs.
WASHINOTONj July II. Today's
statement of the treasury balances In the 1
general fund, exclusive of the 160,00i.-
000 gold reeerve, ahowa: A val lab I cah
balance, $173,270,601; gold coin and b .
lion, 115, 614,700; gold certificate, 46,-
OMAHA. July 12 Bank clearing for to-1
day were tl.C86.14l. 60 and for the correep3nd.
Ing date last year i,zi,ui.m. .
NEW YORK, July 11 M ETALS There
waa a further decline In the London tin
market, chiefly in the quotation for fu
ture. Spot wa quoted av 164 17s Id and
futures at 1M 2s d. Locally the market
waa dull with apot quoted at 86. 760 34. 26,
or about 6 point lower on the average.
Copper had a aharp break In the London
market with spot quoted at 7 6a and
future at 73 16a. Locally the market was
more or less nominal at lower prleea Lake
la quoted at 111 I7(fj'18.76; electrolytic at
18.1J"tf 18 f; caatlng at 117.76(8 18.00. Lead
waa unchanged at 1 Is Id In London.
Locally prices were lower on lot out of
store end the market waa quoted at 36.76.
Bpelter declined 6e to 31 loe In London.
Locally the market waa dull and un
changed with spot quoted at 6.8C'oi.7.
Iron was Id to ld lower In the Kngllan
market with standard foundry quoted at
4s fid and Cleveland warrant at 60s. Lo
cally the market was unchanged. No. 1
foundry northern la quoted at 118.254318 76:
No. 3 northern. HI 76-518 26; No. 1 foundry
southern st 117 0u; No. 2 foundry
southern. (17.00. 17.60. .
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July II -MET A I Jl
Lead. higher at 6.T:'s6.;6; spcllar, stsady
Oils aa Koala.
NEW TORK. July 11 OIL Cotton
seed, barely steady; prim crud. f. o . b.,
mill, 27c; early new crop, prime yellow,
ROSIN Firm; - strained, common to
SAVANNAH, July 11 OIL Turpn
tine, firm; I7c.
ROSIN Firm Quote: A, B. C. IS 1"
Cllt; D. I8.7I63.60; E. tlt!04O6;
F, Ill74e. O. I4 02410; i,
(4 17 45 4 10; I, (4 26; K. 14.40; M. (4 46;
N. (4 660 4 66; WO. 14.12 . I ll; WW,
(I Tl4 19.
OIL CITY, Pa.. July II. OIL Credtr
balances, 1144. Shipmenta. II 111 bbl.;
average, 14.171 bbl a. Huna. 2,37 bbU.
average, I 141 pote. cnipment. 1.1 ma
Omaha Packing Co
Uwitt and Company ...
Cudahy Packing CO
Armour A Co
Cudahy fkg. Co., K. C.
Armour at Co., K. C...
Hill Ac Son
Kingan A Co.
Lejghton A Co.
J. ti. Hoot A Co
Independent Pkg. Co. .,
Krey Packing CO
CATTLE For a Thursday tb receipts
were very light, less than luu cars being re
ported In all told. Of this number a con
siderable proportion consisted of corn-fed
steers and, aa waa the eaae yesterday, there
were a good many very wen finished cauls
on sale. The market for a while waa in
Beef steers were In very fair demand
again thla morning, especially those of de
sirable quality, and buyers wert out much
earlier than usual, ao that pretty much
everything In sight waa cleaned up before
10 o'clolck in the morning. As to prices
both se ers and buyers wtre generally
quoting the market as strong, or to cut it
another way. It was a good, strong, active
market. The Graham cattle, which might
ha taken aa a very fair Index of the mar
ket, brought 36.86, which was 6c higher than
they sold lor vestsraay, ana 11 anyimng
tha otialltv waa not quite a good today.
The Olnadale cattle brought 84. which was
the highest price paid on thla market since
last November, when a bunch ot Christmas
beeves was weigna up si to-nv.
Cow and heifers were In very light sap
niw and aa a rule the quality of the offer
(ngni waa not very good. There waa a fair
i,mend and the offerings were pretty much
cleaned up tn good seaaon In the morning
at prices that were not quotably different
from those which prevailed yesterday. Bulls
were also Just about steady, there being no
noteworthy change In the msrket.
There, wore no stockers or feeders of any
consequence In sight and there Is nothing
to be said regarding cattle or that Kind.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK
Cattle Steady la Strangr. Hog Steady
to Fire Cente Loner.
CHICAGO. July 12.-CATTLK-Ree Inta.
6,01X1 head. Market steady to strong, com
mon to prime steers. H.t0Jjb.i; ruws, i.76
64 60; heifers, 4.i6'i6.a; mm, 2.in(4..'o;
calves, 8.bvue 78, stockers and leeuers, 2.0u
43-4 0. '
HOGS Receipts, 19.000 head. Market
steady to 6e lower; choice to prime heavy,
to.ti0j.,; medium to good heavy. eH.bua1
80: butcher weights, 40.MUii.uu; gooa tu
choice heavy, tamM ; pacalng, 8o.untiti.76.
bhblvF AMU lAMBa-tltCtipil, ll.UUtf
head. Market weak to 16c tower; sheep,
4.(r-2; yearlings, 66.40-to.i6. iambs, lo.'Ai
111 a 40
M0 4 40
drpoall. decreaaed lennn) rx.KIi i. Iliiti KM. - .veraa-a. 61 lis kKi m,..'
powia. decieaeed 4.jb,uw; reoiee reserve, I Lima, (1.47 bbl.; average, 11,3.1
IK f, "0
let 1 M
IM I li
,( 4 W
Hu 4 )
,87 6 (W
, .Vi 6 10
, UM 6 V
Ml 6 "16
, 61 6 ()
,60 8 26
,64 I 23
. ti iA
, 4 7
, lul 6 2d
New Yark Lira Slack Market.
NEW YORK. July l'.-BEEVE9-Re-
celpta, 299 head; all lor alaughtera except
tnre cara. isotning ooing; leeung mrauj,
dressed beet, steady to firm at i8c per
pound: extra beef, He. Liverpool and Lon
don cablea quoted live cattle selling at 10
illc per pound dreaaed welgiit; refriger
ator beef. )c per pound.
tJAL.Vfcjo rteceipta, to neau; lliamri
steady; trade limited fur lack of stock.
Veal. o.Mme-uu; ouns, eo.w, ornm iaivce,
firm; city dressed veals, &anc per puunu;
country dressed. tVllc.
SHE.tSr AINU wiBB-r.criiiia, e.ioo
head: sheep, msrket steady; choice lanio.
low but about steady; other ioiac low..
Sheep, 43.60ti6.60; culls, t-t.OVU S.uO; lantba,
li.zeajlavi neral aalea, ..oo.(; culi.
HUOS Kecetpts, l.ui nmu, una- mi mi
weatern on ale and sola at
market higher. Stale hoga would Bell at
St. Loals Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 12. OATTLE R-
celpts. 6,000 head. Including 1,600 head of
Texan; market atrong; native ehlppmg
and export teer, 4.o6.oo; atesseo
beef and butcher steers. nwv",
steers under 1,000 pound. Il.76u43;
stockars and feeder, I2.00IJ4.00; cow
and heifers, (2.1086.26; canners, 11.00'.-
2.00; bulls, 2-vtJW a.uu; eaivoa, ae-ww
6.00; Tsaaa and Indian' teer. 12.36 tj 4.60;
onmtm an4 halfera. 11.1645. 26.
HOGS Receipt, t.ouu neaa; maraei inn
higher; pigs ana ugnis,
packers, lt.tnvi.uij; ouunrr
heavy, (6.86O7.06. t
SHKKP AM u iiAaaus necetptn, a.ouv
head; market steady; native muttons.
(3.00OI.00; lambs, 4.O0ji8.OO; culls and
bucka, 12.00!. 60; Blocker. (4.O0U6.6O.
OMAHA WllOl.F.S tl.K M4RKKT.
Coatlltloa at Trad aad Qnotatloa an
ataple aad Faacy Pradaee.
KGOS-Recelpls. liberal; frh stork, 14V-
1.1 VB POI l.i HY- liens, !.!! HV; roosters.
f.e: ttii'krvs. I;iil.t'! ducks, 7c; spr.ng chick
ens. lS'fiStV per lb.
HUTTKR Pai-klna slock. 14c; choice
fanov dslrv. ISc; creamery, 21a. 1.
HAY Price ruiiilril by titnaha Kecd C"in
panv. Chi. lie upland. I.O"; medium, (7.60;
ooarw. j.t.. ... Hye strsw. lo.iayn 7.00.
UK AN-Per ton, lltlOiV
lX.MATOLS-Illl"iis. prr crate of 30 lbs.,
VAX BRA NS Per market basket f
about 15 lbs., fee.
STKlNtl MEANS Per market basket of
ah ut 1 Ihs., 6(c.
TUnNlPS. BEETS ANfl CARROTS
P.r An l.tiriihes. Sc.
LEAK LLi'TLCt Hothouse, per'
CrUM13Er.S--HotTte grown, per rt0i
6iV; Texns. per bu. box. 6.0".
ONIONS Home grown. itc- per
Texaa, In crates, while, II. v.
GREEN ON IONS-Per cos bunches.
a a titsu vs - ivr do, hunches. 16C.
CABBAUK-Home grown. Jc rer lb.
CACI.IFI.OWKK-I'ef dos. heads, iSC
GREEN PEAS - Per bu . 11.00
NEW lOTATOKS-Pr hu.. 80c.
POTATOES Home grown, per bu., 6XKW
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. It .86; No. 1 (1.7&.
LIMA BEAM -Per lb.. 5c.
TROPICAL FRl ITS
PATES Per box of StMb. pkg., (200:
Halloween. In 70-lb. boxe. per In.. 6o;
Savers per lh.. 4c; walnut attiffed, 1-lb.
pkg-s . 6-'rt P"- do.; 8-lh. Itoxea, 11.00.
ORANGES-Uallfnrnla. extra fancy nav
els large slxe. 14 2M 00; Mediterranean
sweets, all sites, 4-if't.60; VaJenclaa. all
sixes. IS I nil 6. 60. . .
I.EMt NS 1 Jmonlers. extra fancy, 74
Site, (H.Oft; ;o 3H) alxe, (t.0j7.is); other
brands 11.00 less.
1,-KJS-Callfornln. per 10-lb. carton. 761i
Sic; imported Smyrna, three-crown, He;
six-crown. 13c. . .
BANANAS Per medltim-slied buncn,
(1.7KH2 26: Jtimlios, I2.60l3.00.
PINEAPPLES Florida, sixes X 30 and
36. (3.00. .
CHERRIES California, 52 00 per 8-lb. box;
amir ,-lipi i-lfx. 24-nt. crate. II 60.
GOOSEBERRIES Per ciate of 24 qts.,
PEACHES Hales early. 11.00; yellow free
stone, 11.26; Texas Eibertas, per l-basket
PLUMS California. (1.601.75.
BLACK BEHRI KS Per 24-qt. crate. (2 26.
RASPBERRIES Red. per 24-pt. crate,
I2.WI; black, per 24-qt. crate, 3.(W.
APRICOTS Per 4-basket crate, tl. iS.
CURRANTS Home-grown, white and red,
per 24-qts., I1.5U.
WATERMELONS Per lb.. 1C, or about
80) 36c each.
CA NT ELOUPES California, per crate,
standard, (4 26; ponlea. 13.00; Texaa, per
crate, about 45 melons. (3. HO; ponlea, 82.00.
CUT MEAT PRICES.
Ribs, No. 1. 12c; No. 2. !'; No. 1 8c.
liln. No. 1. 15c; No. 2, 12c; No. 3, 11c.
Chuck, No. 1, 6e; No. 2, 6c; No. (. 4o.
Round. No. 1, c; No. 2, 8c; No. 8, 7o.
Plate, No. 1. 3c; No. 2. Ic; No. 3, 2C.
CIDER Per keg. 8H.75; per bbl., (41.75.
HONEY New. per 24 lbs., 13.50.
CHEESE" fwla. new, 16c; Wisconsin
brick. 12c; Wisconsin llmherger, 12c; twins.
13e; young Americas, loc.
NUTS Wnlnuts, No. 1, soft shells, new
crop, per lb., lc; hard sheila, per lb.,
13e. Pecans, large, per lh.. 14c; small,
per lb.. 12c. Chill wnlnuts, per lb.. 12tfl3c.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hsrd
sheila, per lb., 15c. Cocoanuts, (4 per sack
SUGAR Granulated cane. in tinis,.
85.16; granulated cane, In sacka, (6.11; gran.
ulnted beet. In sacks, lo.Ol. .
SYRUP In bbls.. 270 per gal.; In cases,
10-lb. cans, (1.70; case 11 (-lb. cans, (1.80;
caaea 24 2-lb. cara. (1 85.
COFFEE Roasted. No. 86. 26o par
No. 20. 2c per lb.; No. 26. 18c per Jb.
No. 20, 15c per lb.; No. 21, 12c per Ik.
CURED FISH-Famlly whltefish, per
quhrter bbl., ion lba (4.00; Norway mickt
erel, No. 1. (28.00; No. 2. (28.00; No. (, (20.00;
Irish, No. 2. (16.00; herring. In bbl., Jf lb,
each. Norway, 4k, (12 00; Norway, 3k, (13.00;
Holland, mixed. IU. 00; Holland herring, In
kegs, milkers, 80c; kegs, mixed, 70c- .
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard weat
ern, blAl". Maine, (1.16. Tomatoes, 3-lb.
cans, tl.264jl.60; 2-llt., 7ch(l.U0. Pineap
ple, grated, 2-lb., C.Onif2.30; sliced. l.ui9
2.20; gallon apples, fancy, (39u; California
apricots, (1.4tU2.O0; pears, (1.754S2.6n;
peaches, fancy, (1.7MJ2.40; H. C. peaches,
l2Svfi2 W. Alaska salmon, red, (16; fancy
Chinook, F (2.10; fancy sockeye, F., ().M;
sardines. oil, (2.60; mustard, (InOalQ.
Sweet notatoea. l.lfyS1.26; sauerkraut, (1.00;
pumpkins, ftOctjll.OO; wax beans, 2-lb., 7541
tVic; lima beans, 2-lh 76c(h(1.36: aplnacle,
11.36: cheap peaa, f-lb., 60c; extra, 75ji90c;
HIDES AND TOLTOW-Green salted.
No. 1, 12c; No. 2. llc; full hides, 8te;
green hldea. No. 1. 10c; No. 2. 9c; horae,
1.60t(f3.a.; sheep pelts, 50ctr11.26. Tallow,
No. I. 4c; No.' 2. 3c.
WOOL Per lb.. 18fc26c.
' ft, Joseph Live Stock Market,
ST. JOSEPH. July 11 CATVLE Re
ceipts, 1,111 head; market strong; natives,
14. 604074. vu; cow ana nriirri, a i . i o v n.wv
stockers and feeders, 11.004.1.
HOGS Receipts, 7. lis neaa; maraoi
strong to 6c higher; light. lt.l&..a,;
medium and heavy, (1.701)6.12.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, Z.U1I
had; market 106 26c lower; lambs, (i.io;
yearlings, (6.00; wethers, ((.46.
Stoaz City Lira Itock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. July 12. -(Special Tela.
train.) CATTLE Recelpta, 400 head; mar
et strong, stockers steady:- beeves, 14 2;-a
6 70; cowa, bulls and mixed, (2 604 60;
stockers snd feeders, (3.25$4.30; calves and
H046S Receipts, 4 000 head; market 6c
higher, selling at 86.frMj6.76, bulk of aje.
tock la light.
Receipts of live stock at the els principal
western markets yesterday were:
cattle, nogs. Bfieep
NEW YORK. July 12.-COTTON-Snot
cloaed steady, 10 points higher: inlddlina?
16 ,iul (! I uplands, lAMx:; middling gulf. 11.16c; aaleg,
k.-.' ' bales.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. July ll-COTTON
Steady; middling, 1015-lfto; sales, 648 bales;
recelpta, 41 bales; Blilpment, 100 bale;
toek. 27.350 bales. N
NEW ORLEANS, I.a.. July 12. COTTON
Spot clnsAtl uulet and eaay. Salea, 476
balea. Low ordinary, 7 8-1 6c, nominal; ordi
nary, 8 11-lHe, nominal; good ordinary, 9c;
low middling, 10 3-10c; middling. 11 1-lflc;
good middling, 11 8-ltle; middling fair,
1115-18C, nominal: fair, 12-lc; recelpta, 76ii
bales: stock. 49,86 bales.
LIVERPOOL. July 12.-COTTON-8pot
market dull; prices t points lower; Ameri
can middling fair, 8ti6tl; good middling,
i; middling, 8 lOd; low middling, 6 (t.d;
good ordinary. I.72d; ordinary, 6.5:'d. Th
sale of the day were 4,000 hale, of which
l.bno were for speculation and export and
Included 3.700 American. Receipts, LOU)
Itales, all American.
Rloux City ....
Kanaaa city .
84. Joseph ....
, 1 9i
4. 5. l
:...20.r (2,440 22,021
lagar and Molassee.
NEW YORK. July 12.-SUOA R-Rsw,
firm; fair refining. 3 7-32c; centrifugal, II
teat. I 13-2c; molasses sugar, U-IJo;
refined, quiet; No. 6. 4.20c; No. 7. 615c:
No. I, 4.1 Or; No. . 4.06c; No. 10. 4.00c;
No. 11, 6c; No. 12, 3 90c; No. 1. ( .85c;
No. 14, 365c; confectioners' A, 4.38j;
mould A, 6.06c; ciit loaf, 6.40e; crushed,
6.40c; pondered, 4.80c; granulated, 4.76c;
MOLASSES Steady; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, SofcStlc.
NEW ORLEANS. Iji.. July 11 SUGAR
Steady; open kettle centrlfugsl, 81j3 7-16c:
centrifugal yellow, 3'u3,c, seconds, &4
MOLASSES Firm; syrup, 2630c.
... to 140 0 steers.. ..141
HOOS The market open Hub (norftlof
BOSTON. July 12-WOOL-The market
la moderately active with deep Interest
from all rlaaaea of the trade. Naturally the
attention of the trade 1 turned toward tha
new clln. Price are held Arm. Tradera
are remembering In connection with the In
creared demand for wool that the coming
Australian wool clip is reported as tho
largest ever shown In that continent. Ter
ritory wools are taken steadily. Pulled
wools are In oonstsnt demand. Foreign
grade are neglected. Price run about
Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above.
3ltc: X. 31fi2c; No. 1. marc: No. 2. V.i
3c; fins unwashed. 2641 26c; ouarter-blood.
unwaahed. 8783c; thre-elghth-hlood. He;
half-blood. 3Se; unwaahed d-lalne. ITe'e;
fine unwashed retain. VtV. Michigan
fin unwsshed. WtTbc: qurter-blood. un- I
washed. ll-JJ.'c; three-etghthe-hlood. Ili
t?c: half-blood. H33;c: unwashed delaine
176 !3c. Kentucky. Indiana, etc., three,
eighth and qusrtar-blood. "t31c. T rrl
tory. Idtho fine. Itfrftc; heavy fine. 1902 c;
fine medium. !324c; medium, VtlVf. Iiy
medium, iwic: Wyoming nne. vtt3;
heavy fin. iMlSV: fin madlni J'tT"-:
medium. f7?2c; lew medium. r77e. I"a't
snd Nevada fir. ?&:6c: heavy fln. !Sfl2"c
fin medium. 23Bc: meolnm. 57wrc
meillum. J7r. Dakota fine. ,c; f)n
medium, ?4roc; medium. l"t'tc: low
medium, tTtirae. Motii fine, choice 244
6e; fin average. 2I124-: fire medium,
choice. 24426c: averaee. 3;4c; ataple. V3
28c; medium choice. VtMr: averts. ItWc.
LONDON. July 13.-WOOI A ao-d selec
tion amounting to UJJ6 balea was ofTered
at the wool auction sale today. There
was a large attendance. The home trade
bought freely and American took a few
lota of West Australian combing at 1 Kid
and eew-eral parcel of light greasy crna
bred at unchanged, prices. New clip
NEW YORK. July 12. COFFEB Market
for future opened steady at unchanged
price lo a decline of 6 point in aplte of
fairly ateady Kurnpeen cable and ruled
generally easy under liquidation of the fall
and winter month, whlnn waa largely In
the way of twitching, large Interior Santos
receipt and selling for European account.
The market closed steady, but at a net de
cline of 6'BIO points. Sale were reported
of oi.fyO bug, Including 36.0n0 bag which
were exchangee. The bualnea Included
September at 4.30ti.3oc: December, 6 663
ItKic; January. 4i6c; March. 460tf86c;
June, 7 00c; spot Rio. steady; No. T In
RKAI ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Guarantee T.tle and Trust company
et al to August Schmidt, VVk acre
te M4-11 1 8.000
E. C. Garvin to Harry L. Mitchell,
tract lot 4. block 7, Klrltwooii .1.3S0
A. J. Pteston to E. C. Garvin m..
A- G. Stein and wile to W. J. Madden,
lot 19. block 6. Jerome Park 1
Eluabeili liennison to Slgnrind Arn
st'in, lot 13. tlock I. Relick's sutiflv. 1
C. W. hliger to Oertiurle M. W.les,
lot 4. block I. A. S. Patrick s add. .. .1
low ' Geoigo W. McCltllan ct nl lo W. R.
Paul, lots I, 4, t ana , mors, i.
Lowe s add '.. 1.000
John M. Hamilton and wife to Louis'
Kroner, tract northwest corner w
nvli 6-16-13 6.SO0
Dora Suet and husband to Dora
Sue, e nw 32-15-11 1
George W. McClelltn et al to Bertha
C. I'lvton Iota 1ft and 20. block 21.
Walnut Hill 1.50
Charle A Palmer and wife to Mary
A. Jackson, 1m t 11. block 8. Plolnvlew (00
Total amount vf transfers fl,K
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