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THE OXLAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1905.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Lam Keceipu and Cood WistliM
Much for Bails.
WHlAT 'SUSTAINS STRONG DOWNTURN
rilWr at Oat Tim) Ileeeverlag
.Partially on Front Taking; by
"tCarly Seller Weather Favors
"n la Cora Market.
.... OMAHA. Jaly is, inn.
Wheat niiii(fi tody and clod Sc
lower tor tteptemoer. despite the Ian that
l"' er uo fraction the firxt hour
ui bullion foielgn new, Tha tendency to
trengtii wti mora than of?et by Urge f
"vtt,,, ,r tne soutnwt and good weather
Vj tha northwest. Vhere waa a elignt r--bery
at tha close, early aeiler being In
c.ineo jo take proilta. Tha low point lor
tn oy waa a dent below yesterdiy.
i ha close on corn allowed a toe of s.
Tnere waa more rain In the corn belt lost
night and the forecast la for more tomor
row. Trade was very light. Acceptances
were email and are expected to continue
u tor trw The opening was on-
f,hanged and there waa a slight strength
eariy, but tha markets wa eaey at the lat
i . "u 'were quoted for September delivery
o lower than yesterday. Tha market ww
Primary wheat receipts were 7o.0 b'l
and shipments 214.6W bn.. againirt receipt
'"t y!r of 0j,oi bu. and shipmenta of
r).000 bu. Corn receipt were eM.om bu.
no shipmenta 43,000 bu., against receipts
' Met year of 4'2,iiO bu. and shipments of
fae,"0 ha. Clearances were 7S.W0 bu. wheat,
. -.tlt bbl. flour. (0,000 bu. corn, and as) bu.
Uverpool closed st' higher en wheat
end unchanged to Mid lower on onrn.
Argentina wheat shipmenta were 1,24,000
in i WltliTIT-nial .al'l.VUV DU
I JWlal aKOA a. a. i
rMfff 01 options.
Article ! Opn.l Hlth Iw. QM.
XVV.". -J. I. J -.i -
77BI 72MRI T1U
73i 73B 73B
47sr 4TW 47UR
71s.rJ ' 72B
I I I
MA 14 A I 3JL S34A
A asked, fi bid.
Omaha Cash Salon.
WHEAT No. t hard, t cars. Tlttc; No.
S hard, l car. 70 Vic
Omaha Casta Prices.
WHEAT No. i hard. TlHT2c; No. t
hard, Sfe71c; No. hard, 4tlc; No.
CORN No. S, 48c; No. yellow, 48x40;
ho. J white, 49c.
OATH No. S mixed, 15c; No. I white,
(; No. 4 white, lb He,
H1K No. 2. 14c; No. S, ISc
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
.i.'cago .....171 1S 126
i...ns.i City Zl S U
i .nn. ipolls m
t....iii.i 4 12
. u:uin is
Lout Sill J SO
i IIICAQO GRAIM AND FROVISIOSS
' " ,
I'catarea of tb TTadlnar aad Cloalagj
Prlcer. os Dwaad of Trade.
CHICAGO. July U. Denial of the ap
liianv of Mack rust In the wheat fields
if North Dakota and large primary re
ceipts caaaed weakness today In the local
w..eat market. At the close September
wheat waa off c. Corn waa down MUkC
OaU showed a loss ot HtfiSc lTovtalona
."re 2c btgher to ic lower.
irly in the day the market waa In
clined to be bullish because of firmness at
Liverpool which waa based upon wet
weather In Russia which Is said to ba In
terfering with tha harvest. Beveral Bromi
ne nt tradara Sold wheat freely and as sup
port waa lacking lbs market slumped
toriarcly. Crop newa from tha northwest
waa extremely favorable to (he bnara,
several reports claiming that tha spring
whe.it crop will be tha largest ever raieed.
Numernue rneanagea were received from
Minneapolis denying that black rust had
ma-le Its appearance In North Dakota.
What blight there was on tha grain In
that section It waa claimed was red rust
and with favorable weather the crop would
show little damage. The market waa
further weakened by a considerable in
crease In primary reoelpta and by mora
liberal acceptance from the country. The
close was weak. September opened a
shade to Htfc higher at 7c to iWc, ad
vanced to Hc and declined to 7'iVS7ftc
Final quotations were st TSW'K'V- Clear
ances of wheat and flour were equal to
SlO.hW bushels. ports for the week aa
showa by Bradstreet'g were equal to 1.M2.
i0 bushels. Primary receipts were S74.000
bushels, compared with SuO.or bushels for
the corresponding day last year. Min
neapolis. Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of Kit cars, against X cars last
week and 172 csrs a year ago.
Active covering by shorts caused flrm
r.ess In the corn market during the first
hour. Later the market became weak
on realising sales caused by the reports of
rain throughout the greater part of the
corn belt. The market cloned wenk with
prices near the lowest point of the day.
September opened unchanged to He lower
at 6Vkc to t2Hc advanced to 53c and then
declined to 6-Hc. The lose was at Sig
12MG. Local receipts were 199 cars, wltn M
cars of contract grade.
Oat were weak because of favorable
weather conditions and In sympathy with
other grains. September opened unchanged
to We Tower at 3tV to Mr. sold up to Sto
-1 . ..-ii. i ... -.. , 'JJ,un Tha clone
and then aecnneu "-vw-'"- -w
ut 3iSilJ6Hc. Local receipts were la
""He'ptember pork broke hA1,.
opening today because of J"-nlakl" h
local holder who were Influenced -by a c
dcUn. In the prlc. of live hogs. Uood guo
port by uachera. however, caused a quick
Recovery and almost aU of tha esrly lo.se
ksl'im.led receipts for tomorrow: v, ne.i.
tx cars: yorn, 277 cars; oata. 1 car.
Hogs. jo. n. . .
Th leading future ranged a follow.
Artieles.l Opan I Hlgh. IIClo I Ty.
TThI Tin "iS
79. W I
Ivfi - I
Oa t i
wera reg.lned. Iird ana rios war.
all day. Trading In general '
the ck.se Beptember pork was rup.t,'!,
S17 40. lard was a shade lower
sivu. Itiha were down 6c at .4jm1
IS 78 1 75
17 t 17 40
9 00 9 00
9 10 1 9 l-4
9 U 9 17
9 48 9 47V4
9 40 9 4V.
9 17 9 I
. ' 1 00
.1 17 OS
. t 1U
.1 t 17
al nuotsilons were as 1ollw.:
vt jit'R- 8tedy; winter patent, 83 8O4j4.n0;
.e iitC. tr.ght. 3 3o'd3.7v; eprlng patent,
flWtW: "Pr'n .tralght. fi.46'u3.i; bak-
WHEAT No. t spring. 79'9lc; No. S,
v W. - No 2 red. 7vtr.9'v.
t'-ORN-No ; I. eJsiMHe; No. 2 yellow.
OATJt-No. 2. 88.c: No. I whit. S9ff40ic;
No 8 white. 87uHtc.
SARLKY-iood' feeding. 40j41c; fair to
'wwNMt'll.W: No. 1 north
."K ima' timothy, ft-fcxtft-ia
Clover, contrsct grade, 3n- ,,,wi.
I ROVlSlONS-fihort rll ilreaeij.
89 4UH. Mee pork, per bbl., fll7b4180a
Ird. per 100 lb.. 89 00.
Following were tlie receipt and ship
ment, of jiour and ")rt.. 8hipmet..
FWn.r. bhl 81.R JO JOO
Wheat, bu UfcJjJ
Corn, bu J; Jfi i
Dat. bu HI-
Rye. bu ,
Barley, bu 14. -000
On th Produce exchange tody th butter
market was weaker; creameries, 164'lc;
dairies. li.ulSc. la, steady; at mark,
" cssea Included. 12l4c; firsts. 14c; prime
fltsts. lit, eatraa, 1M. Chetae. strong; 119
LlverpaaJ Grata Market.
MVERPOOU July 13. WHEAT Spot,
nominal; futures, firm; July and Decern
W, 7J; Snplember. U 7V.4.
CORN Spot, quiet: American mixed, old,
la 94; futures, steady ( July, 4 7d; Sep.
iember. 4 Had.
DaJatk Grata Market.
DULUTH. July U WHEAT T antral
No. 1 northern, Tfe; "St. t northern. TTtia
on track: No. I northern. 79V: No. 1
northern, 77So; July, 79o; September, 7o;
OATS To arrive, on track and July. I7e,
rw YORK 43ENBRAL MARKET
Oaetatloaa of tha Day ea Varloas
NEW YORK. July 11 FLOt'R Receipt ,
1I.'7 Dsrrels; exports. 14i barrels.
The market was quiet end about
steady. Minnesota patents, 14 fr4 fin; Mlnne
."t bakers, W4SUJ: winter patents. 94. )
winter straight, n.gp W4.n; winter
extras. 2HKJ3 40; low grades, $2q8.J5. Rye
ii.iur, nun; isir to good, K-u..'i; cnoica
to fsncy. J.ivft30.
CoHNMKAL Dull; fine white and yel
law. 12011.2S; coorre. $1.1031.1J; kiln dried.
I; !"? ino
HTE Nominal; No. 2 western, (7c f. o. b.
WHEAT RecelpU, 1000 bu.; exports,
S8.9MI bu.; spot sy; No. 2 red. 83c, nom
inal, elvtor; No. 2 red. 83c. nominal,
f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, (fcSc,
nominal, atioat: No. 1 northern. Manitoba,
ftc, nominal, f. o. b. afloat. The wheat
mdrkt-t opened steady on firm cables, but
reacted under commission hone selling.
After a .econd bulge on stronger outside
markets, it became very wesk on more
beartsn northwest crop news and Increased
country acceptance, but rallied on a re
newal of mit talk. The close wa essy
sgaln and S'&'ic lower. May. SRSfWSc,
closed at MV; July, M'JM lft-ldc, closed
84c; Pept ember. M'fac, closed st 84ic;
December, M 7-l57 7-lc, cloeed at Kc.
CORN-Recelpts, 1.076 bu.; export, 2.1.1R5
bn-.j spot market eay. No. 2, 59o nom
Insl elevator and 69c nominal t. o. b.
afloat; No. J yellow, &V, nominal; No. 2
white, lc, nominal. Option market was
without transaction, cloelng nominally Wti
He net lower. July closed at 54C; Septem
ber closed st 89o; December closd t 57c.
OATB Receipts, 84.RO0 bu.; exports. 4,475
bu.f spot market steady; mixed oats. 24
to 13 pounds, 4.14H.tc; natural white, 30 to
13 pound. 4VS4c; clipped white, 3)1 to 40
FEED Stesdy; spring bran, 218 85 prompt
hlpment: middlings, 1 19.00 July shipment;
HAT-Ftrms shipping. B5fi5c; good to
, Hors Wuiet; state, common to choice.
19S, 10614c; 1HP4. nominal; old, nominal;
Pacific coast, lm. 10fj16c; 19U4, 12c; olds,
HIDES-Steady: Galveston, 20 to 25 lbs.,
20c; California. 21 to 26 lb., 21o; Texas,
dry, 24 to 30 lbs., lo.
LEATHER-Bteady; acid, m7fi.
PROVISIONS Beef steady: family,
flO.Oorfilo hO: mess. f.OAW.50. Beef hams,
tai.0O22.6O; packet, 8.00g9.50; city extra
India mess, U5.0rS lfi.W. Cut meats, firm;
pickled bellies, tll.25-313.00;. pickled should
ers. 8.fjS.tx; pickled hams. 312.2512.75.
Lard, quiet; western prime, 89.059 15, nom
inal; refined, steady; continent. 19.00; South
America, 19 6; compound. B K7fc7.&. Pork,
tlrm; family, fi16; .hort clear, fl7.0h18.76;
mess, flg.l,-x319.M. . .
TAL1X)W Easy; city (82.00 per pkg).
Il6-lc; country, 47i4e, Pkgs. free.
RICE 8teady; domestlo, fair to extra, 8
BUTTER Bteady; street price, extra
creamery, oy;io; ofTlclal prices, cream
ery, common to xtra, 18nAmc; reno
vated, common to extra, lia-ifo; western
factory, common to first. 134?lc; western
Imitation creamery, extras, 18c; first,
CHEESE Steady! hew state full cream,
large fancy, 11c; Slate fair to good, 10J
10c; new tat, email, fancy, 11c; new
tat fair to good, l310c; new scat In
EGOS Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 23c; choice, 21
i'22c; mixed extra, 21c; western firsts, 17
lvo; western second, 1018c; southerns,
POULTRT-AUv, steady; spring chick
ens, 22c; fowls, 14c; turkeys, ll(gl2c.
Dressed, firm; weetern Spring chickens, 18
tf22c; turkeys, llS-13c; fowls, 10-&L3c.
St. tOnl 0nernl Market.
ST. LOUIS. July IS. WHEAT Lower;
No. 2 red cash, elevator, 75c, nominal;
track, 76H1T77CJ September, 757&Hc; De
cember, 7i978o; No. 2 hard. 78c.
C'ORN--Future. lower; cash, firm; No.
S cash, 63o; track, 64c; September, 61c;
OATB Lower: No. 2 cash, 8c. nominal;
track, 39c; September, 3534c, nominal; No.
I white. 42c.
FIX5UR Steady; red winter patents, f4.S5
&4.60; extra fancy and straight, 83-734.30;
clear, 82.7tka3.50. .
SEED Timothy steady. f3.O3S3.50.
CURNMBAly Steady, f2.ft).
BRAN Dull i sacked east track, 73975c.
HAY-Steady; timothy, fl2.6otffl7.00; prai
rie, 39 OOifi 12.00.
BAOOINO-8V- " t
' PROVISIONS-Porlc. hlahxr!' Inhhlnv
tl7.16. Lard, lower; prime steamed. UTO.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts,
19.76; clear ribs. f.87: short clear, fioio.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts, 110.50;
clear ribs, flO.C; short clears, fl0.76.
POULTRY Steady; chicken. 10c; springs.
18c; turkey. 12c; ducks. tc: gesc. 5c.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, lft321c; dairy,
EUGS Steady at ISHc, case count.
. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbl f.ooa 6.000
Wheat, bu 230.mo 2,ntio
Corn, bu 4S.(M) Sl.ono
Oat, bu. 80,000 37.000
Mlnnrapalls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 13. FLOU R FI rst
patents, Rl&gHa; second patents, $4.0tKjf
4.10; first clears, fj.35S1.46; second clears,
BRAN In bulk, fl8.5013.V6.
Minneupolls and Chloago delivery.! The
raiisa or prices, as reportea Dy . u,
ft Co.. 110-111 Board of Trad, waa:
Article . Open. Hlgh. Low. Close Tes-y.
8Ji 81' 82 82
Sept. . .
'K" VIH1 7V 7
1 14 1 1 1SHI 1 1ST4
1 IS 1 lii 1 X2 1 U
1 13 I i ui i uh i ns
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, iSc; No. 1 northern, 79V:; to arrive,
7tcj No. S northern, 781:; No. 3 northern,
"Vane; No. l durum, tle; No. 2 durum.
6kc. Corn: No. S yellow. 49c. Oats: No.
S white, 3c; No. 3, 'kc. Ry: fA&ic'
Kansas City Grata aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. July 13. WHEAT
July, 79c; beptember, 79c; December,
72 c. Cash: No. 2 hard, 71t73c;
8, 7172c; No. I red. 72t74c; No. 8,
CORN July, 49Hc; September. 481ie:
December, 45c. Cash: No. 2 mUeU. .j
62c; No. S white, 64c; No. 3, 63ij
OATS No. 2 whit. 40fl41c; No. 1
RYE Steady; 6MI57Hc.
HAT Firm; choir timothy, fll.OOG'UXO:
Choice prslrle 89.259.(0.
Rl'TTER :reamery. 19c; dairy. 140.
KUUS Steady to c lower; Missouri and
KsnHas, new No. 2 whitewood case In
cluded. 15c; case count. less.
Wheat, bu 2M.0O0 34.010
Corn. bu.... .uui lO.vCO
Oat, bu 13.0UO 8, W0
Mllwaake Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE, July IS. WHEAT Mar
ket, steady; No. 1 northern, Meix.-; No. 2
northern. ltS;ic; September, 78VC bid.
RYK gulet; No. 1. 43o.
BARLEY Dull; No. 3. Mr; ampl. 40
CORN No. S. 6St(t2c; September, 62c
PEORIA. July U.-CORN-Steady; No.
S yellow, 68c; No. 8. 63c; No. 4. 62c.
OATS Lower; No. 2 white. 38e; No. I
white. tSc; No. 4 white. 37 c.
Oils aad Reela.
NEW YORK- July 13. OIL-r-oftcn-aeed,
barely steady; prim crude, f. o. b,
mills, the; early new crop, prime yellow.
ROBIN Firm; strained, common' to
SAVANNAH, July IS. OIL Turpentine.
Arm; eTVtc; sale. 63 bbl.; shipment. 89
ROSIN Firm: quot: A. B. C, S3.4W
3 4: D. Si HiVSaS; K. U MVA IH: F. 84.06;
O. 84.10; H. 84.90: I, f4 25: K. 84 S&; M. f4.46;
N 84.v: W u. 84.(8: W W.-M78.
OIL CITY. Pa., July U. H-Credlt bal
ance. 81.84; shipments. kS.llt bbl i average.
tz.jri ttila; runs. 0.m liW: sverage. MM
bbl. Shipments, Lima. 74.148 bbla; average
62.16 bbla t runs. Lima. 44 117 bbl.; iv-
erage, u.ai dpi.
NEW TORK, July 18. COFFEE Market
for future opened steady at unrhamred
ririce to a decline of 6 point under a
it U European (riling and larger hriiUUn
receipta. Private cable from Braul re
ported that action co the valorisation plan
bad been postponed UiiUI after November
1 ana mis seemea to riraia Buyers her
to soma extent, so that the market fnoiut
little support and cloned barely steady un
der moderate ofTerirurs at tinchangvd prices
to a decline of 14 points. Sale for the day
re re reported of 13.74) bag, including Sep
tember at -Sc4': December, 4 ivoa. ac.
spot, iuo, wivmmr, i laruioa, l .c
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Unoertiin 6ut of EpaonlstiTt Bsntimtut
. rcTelopt sod rrioi Iiid.
SEMBLANCE OF STRENGTH APPEARS LATER
General Ton I fneertala Tkroagh-
ant aad Close 1 Feverlsk
a Ratber Small
Deal lag. S
NEW TORK. July IS An extremely un
certain etate of speculative sentiment de
veloped In the siork market today after
prices hsd yielded sharply tinder contin
uance of the srltina in evidence yesterday
and then recovered with eome semblance
of strength. There was no Importsnt new
development to account for the decrease
In the oiling pressure. Most of th de
mand was attributed to the uncovered pro
The lack of good new of a striking char,
acter to account for the recovery was the
occasion for pointing out the contrast with
the recent market when any such news
ha become known. Every uch occasion
for some time past has been taken advan
tage of to market stocks. Belling of this
character was not perceptible todsv and
the professional bear apparently lacked
confidence to attack value In the absence
of thin liquidation. The extent of the re
covery w not ufr!clent to force beer ac
counts to cover. The Intense dullness of
the demand which developed on the re
covery did not argue a feeling of great
solicitude upon the bears of larger caliber
whoee outstanding account Is now believed
to have reached very larg dimension.
Some stress wa laid on the prospect of a
favorable bank statement tomorrow. Rate
for call loan were. In fact, easy for a
Kridny, which Is accepted a a more re
liable Index of the actual money situation
than tha bank statement Itself In the com
plication of trust company operations In
th money market with those on the bank
themselves. In this connection it was as
sumed that the highest levd of price
touched In the atock market this year oc
curred In January, in which money on
csll reached o per cent, while with call
loan rates now at the lowest level of the
present year, prices ot stock also have
receded In not a few Important Instance
to the lowest of the year. It Is probable
that the anomaly In the first case Is re
sponsible In part for that of the second.
The straining of resources to bull stock
at the time of the money etrlngency left
ome pools In a vulnerable position when
the liquidation began to manifest Itself
In the market and their forced selling In
duced much of the weakness of stocks.
But the contrast suggested In money condi
tions In the two periods Is apparent rather
than real. A resumption today of a strong
demand for loan carrying over the end of
the year wa the truer Index of the money
situation. Lenders are Indisposed to place
money for that length of time and by keep
ing funds In hand or In day to day loan
they conduce to the ease of the call loan
market. Banks have made apparently a
small gain In cash on the week, none of the
accepted estimates placing the figure at
over 31.0n0,0(O. Rates for foreign exchange
were lower, discount yielded In London and
sterling exchange rate rose In Pari, all
these movements being calculated to fa
cilitate a response to a New York demand
for gold. Secretary Shaw' continued pres
ence In the city kept the government'
bonding and deposit operations In atten
tion and seemed to Induce a feeling of con
fidence that the money market might be
made to derive some advantage from the
conduct of these operations. In this con
nection It is to be noted that money dy
subscription are payable on a 40 per cent
lnstnllment of the f7.600,000 of Bui 1 1 more
ft Ohio stock, which calls for some
811,000,000. The market a .one waa uncertain
throughout and thev closing wa feverish
on email dealings.
Bonds were Irregular. Total eales, par
value, fl,179.ono. United State 2 advanced
S per cent on call.
Th following are th quotation on th
Sales. HJih. Low. CI
American 0. A F
Amerlnsa C. A T. ptd
American Oottoa Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. A L. pfd....
Amertoen Ire. securities...
American Linseed Oil
Am. Unseed Oil pf
Am. Locomotive pfd.......
AsMfiosn I. A R
American B. A R. pfd
American 6imr Refitting..
Am. Tobacco p(d etfa.
Anaconda Mining Ce
1M.400 44 H "S
. Ituo MSi (24 H
2M MH f'i
too t is
lot 37 17 I7H
. l.KlO t n7a
. 14.100 fa 2Uj dt
, tl.lOD 143t 1414 141
too lies 11 ius
, 1.40 It 121 l!
' 40i M4 M sSW
. 17.100 217' 224 314
. T.teo M4 H s
MO MS M
too lit isii, iiih
. 2 too 1LM4 1U lis
. 13. TO 7t' 71 1J
. 2.IO0 lit UI let
VjO H' 64 '4 14
l0 ll'a It's IS'
0 1M II 1H
, SO. 174 172 I7
. 400 11 X)t. l
. 1 100 44 44 41
, 1.700 12 11 11
100 41 4 41
, t.KiO ! 11
, . II 11 1
K ?l 74 7S
IIM 10 tot 105
, 1,900 . il 17 17
. ioo U 14 H
,70.to 8 18 M
, 1.100 7t 74 71
, l.Ks) 4f 44
100 140 100 140
44 171 174 171
UO 17 17 17
ISO 4 41 41
. 8.400 140 US 1
, l.Ms) 14 II II
400 (4 44 41
to ll 1M 1M
. 1.10 el
. 8.70 11 II 11
. t.SSO 71 71 71
loo 17 M
. I. MO 12S 121 1H
, 1,104 44 44 5
. 1.100 W H M
10 12 11 11
100 II It 11
. U.MO 114 1M 124
100 IX U l
. L700 44 41 41
. W.40 Ut 111 1)4
..... ..... IS
sse 11 11 n
. 140 M 17 tit,
ss s ss as
PS) U 41 4
10 ts 114
to SSV, 41 4
. M.10 41 44
. Its U 11 11
10 Uf 142 141
son ts 4 a
to 14 24 21
in 4t 41 42
. IUO 141 .10 141
10 H 14 42
41 7 7 Tl
. 1 4M t H I
1S4 164 1IU 104
. !04 1'H 11-1
. 17.40 10A M . 104
M t II (1
14 im ia 1M14,
4 II ls 11
804 444 44 ' 44
...... ..... ..... 74
- ...... ..... ..... US
. ..... ..... ui,
0 44 44 44
. H IS 1M IM 17
so 2 as s
. IS 11 11
744 4 r 4
.120 BUS, 4 24
. Lc 214 M siu
tl tl uu
Atlantic Coast Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Ilsl. A Ohio pfd
Breoklra Rapid Traattt...
Central of New Jersey
Cheaapeaks A Oblo
(htcaso Great Western....
Chlueo A Northwestern...
Cblceco. Mil. A it. r
Chicago T. A T
C. T. A T. pfd, asked
C, C . C. A it Louis
Colorado Fust Iron
Colorado A gouthsrn
Colorado A Is. 1st pfd
Colorado A go. id pfd
Cor Products, rfg
Cora Products pfd. rff
Pslswars A Hudson ,
Delaware. L. A W
Denver A Bis Grande
Denrer A R. O pfd
Erie 1st pfd
Kris Id pld
Oo era I Electric ,
International Paper ,
luLsmatlonsl Psper sf4...
Inurastiecsl pump afd.....
Iowa Central e... ...........
lows Central pfd
Kansas Cltr Southern
Kansas Cltr So. pfd
Loulsrllls A Nashville....,
Minneapolis A t. Levi...
M., St. P. A I 9 M
M . St. P A . g. M. aM
Mlsseurt rsxUo 7...
Mlaaourt. K A T
M . K. A T. pfd
N R. R. of M. pfd
Now York Osstral. ........
New Tork, 0. A W
Norfolk A Wsstsra
Norfslk A W. pfd
Pen oar I rants
reef la's Oe
P . C.. C. A St. L.
Prsssii ttssl car
rrsssee Steel Car pfd
Pullman Pulses car...,..
Reedta 1st pfd
Reeding Id pfd. sskad....
Repabll. (tsal pfd
Rock Ulsad Ce
Reck Island Co pfd
ft. U A 9. r Id pfd
ft. Los 1 a A W
it. Lean . W. pfd
Sowxbors Part bo
fe. Psafe pfd
fo. Railway pfd
Tsns issai Coal A Iroa....
Texas A Pmr.lac
Tsleds. ft- L A W
T . it. LAW. pfd.
raise Psdfle .
t nlen pmclfte pfd
Tnitsd Ststss Exprssa
Tnited States Rae.lt?
Cnltsd Ststss Rnbhsv
I t Rukbsr sfd
rolled Suttee Steel..
T. 9. Steal pfd
Vs.-Careina cheialoal ...
Va. -Carolina Chsts. r.
e asaah pfd ,
a'ellaaro Erpreaa ......
Westmstisuss Klartiie ....
Wlaconsis Ceatral , ,
a'ls r antral pfd..
Nonbsra Psrlie ..,
Csntrsl L. 1 h mr
C enral I .earner pf
ilnss gnoweld Stswl .....
Orsmt Nsrtasn pfe ......
"ew Twrk Mtmlsiaj ttawka.
KtTW TORK. Jnlr UOoalat cjaotaJUjn
en mining t04Sk wer:
Adam Ce .. tl
Alice . ....... JSS
trussrlst Cea ...... to
Casutsck Tmssl .... U
Cee. fa I A Ya ... s
Hors fitvwr 110
Irgi Silver J24
Lsadvtll Co I
Lrttt. Caasf I
nurie ... .....
Phostint . 1
f lerra Nips da II
mall Hobs fa
Beak fi snarl a a; a.
OMAHA. July II Htuik clearing for
today were 81. 449. 415.98 and for tbe rr
rwpondiDat tlax last yeavr I UJ01.l44la.
WASHINGTON. July U. TotUr' mar.
iiiiwnv vi laf uweurj ua laac in me gen
xJ toad, cliiiv Of Out MQ.QC'fljjuO galj
reserra, hmrs: Available cash balance.
It 72.300. 83S; gold Coin and bullion, t95,7i.3i5;
gold certificates, l43.H.4ia
New Tork Money Market.
NEW YORK. July ll-MONET-On call,
steady; highest, 8 per cent: lowest. 2 per
cent; ruling rate, i per cent; last loan, ;H
per cent: closing bid. 2 per cent; offered,
at 2 per cent. Time (nans, strong; 80
days. 4 per cent: 90 day, 4J6 per cent;
I months, 6Vfrf per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE! PAPER-6475
BTERLINfl EXCHANOK Stead v. w!h
actual buelnee In bankers' bills t it 846My
im tor demand end at 84 81MT t 15 for
j-dBV bills; posted rates, 84.k2tl4 95;
cominerrlsl bills, 14 81H.
SILVER Bar, 65c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, strong; railroad.
Quotation on New tork bond today
were as toiinw:
t'. 9. ret. H. re 104 Jrn
44 coupon 1"4 jarn . M rrles
I S. M, rrf Il in It dtt
in coupes 1;V en 4H
V. S. old , re 1 -X L N. unl. 4t....
do coupos I1 Man. c. f 4a
r. . n. . rtf ...li';Mev Ontrsl 4 .
ds coupon lfi! do let Inc
An. Toharre 4e 77 Minn. A St. L
III do in
iniuiM u i
Atchison en. 4e..
do srtl. 4s
.1"!'N R. R. ot M. c. 4s. in
rS IN. Y. C. I lS.
Atlsntle C. L. 4
j. r. s m.
Bsl. A Ohio 4s lr2No. Pacific 4s..
do ls 14, do la ..
Brk. R. T. c. 4s
Central of Ot. Is
do 1st Ino
2-!n. A W. c.
0. S. L rfflg 4s
Penn. conv. Is.
Readlnt sen. 4s.
do td Ino..
do Id Inc..
P4. L. ft I. M. c. Is . 114
Ches. A Ohio 4s....l07
St. L. A S. T. f. 4s. II
Chlcs.o A A. Is... 77lft. L. 8. W. e. 4s... 74
.., B. at u. n. 4a.... 17 v res board A. L. 4s.... 17
1. er r
. 7S to. Pacific 4s 11
00 Col. IS
. lots do let 4s clfs M,4
CCC. A ft. L. (. 4s..lnfn. Rallwar Ss Vll
Colo. Ind. Is. ser. A. 74 iTexaa A P. Is .114
do series B.
.14 T , 8t. L. A W. 4s.. M
. Tl I'nlnn Pscinc 4s 103
. M 1. S. Pi eel id 4a 17
.lnf Wshaeh Is 114
.100 do deb. R 71
. .Western Ml. 4s 14
.10014, TV. A L. E. 4s
. Ki i Wis. central 4s M
Colorado Mid. 4s..
Colo. A So. 4s
D. A R. O. 4s....
Distiller Sec. ts..
Erie p. I. 4s
do sen. 4s
Hocking Vsl. 4s..
ockl and Doad.
IS Call loans, 477R per
66 per cent. Official
cent; time loans.
closing on stocks
Atchison adj. 4s
Mex. Central 4s ....
14 Westing, common
75 Allnues ,
American Zlno .
'Boston A Albany...
Hoeton At Mains....
Boston Elsvstsd ..
N. T., N. H. A H..
Pers Msrqiistt ....
11 Dsly West
141 lals Roysl ....
II Msm. Mining
128 Mont. C. AC...
Ill Old Dominion ..
Amer. Argo. Chem...
no pia i
Amor. Pneu. Tube...
AmerNrr. A T
Dominion I. A S.
"Edleon Else. lllu..
140 i 'Tamarack
Mans. Electric ....
do pfd ,
United Shoe Msrh.
North Butts ......
V. S. Steel
41 'I'nlted Copper .
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET..
Condition of Trade end tgnotntlon on
Maple and Fancy Produce.
EGGS Receipts, liberal; fresh stock. 14c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, HVkfilOc; roosters,
6c; turkeys, 124lSc; ducks, 7c; spring chick
ens 18'320c per lb.
BUTTER Packing stock, 14e; choice
fancy dairy, 15c; creamery, 2ii(Uc.
HAY Price quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: Choice upland, 19.00; medium, 17.60;
coarse, SKCOfc 8.60. Rye straw, So.oOU.OO.
BRAN Per ton, $16.00.
TOMATOES Illinois, per crate of 30 lb.,
WAX BEANS Per market -basket of
about 16 lbs., 600.
STRING BEANS Per market basket of
about 16 lbs., 60c.
TURNIPS, BEKTB AND CARROTS
Per dos. bunches, 25c.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per dot.
CUCUMBERS Home grown, per do.,
60c; Texas, per bu. box, 82.00..
ONIONS Home grown, 2o per lb.;
Texas, In crates, white, I1.7J5.
GREEN ONIONS-Per do, bunches, 20c.
RADISHES Per do, bunches, 15c.
CABBAOli Home grown, 2c per lb.
CAULIFLOWER Per dos. heiuls, 76c.
GREEN PEAS Per bu.. 81.00.
NEW POTATOE8-Pr bu., SOc.
POTATOES Home grown, per bu., 60
NAVY BEANB-r-Per bu., 81.88; No. I, 11.75.
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 5c.
DATES Per box of 30-lb. pkg.. 12.00;
Hallowe'en. In 70-lb. boxes, per ID., 6c;
Bayer, per lb., 4c; walnut stuffed, 1-lb.
pkgs., $2.00 per dox.; S-lb. boxes, 61.00.
ORANGES California, extra fancy nav
els, large sise, $4.26i.00; Mediterranean
sweets, all sixes, $4.0ui'4.60; Valencia), all
LEMONS Llmonlers, extra fancy. 240
ixe, $0.00; 900 to 360 slge, $t.60&7.00; other
brands 11.00 less.
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton, 76
86c; Imported Smyrna, three-crown, 11c;
BANANAS Per medlum-sixed bunch,
$1.7f,4j 2i; Jumbos, $2.603.00.
PINEAPPLES Florida, sixes 24, 30 and
CHERRIES California. $2.08 per l ib. box ;
our cherries, J4-qt crate, $l-6v.
GOOfi EJ3 EKBXES Per crate of 24 JU.,
PEACHES Hales early, 8L00; yellow free
stone, $1JH; Texas Elbertaa, per 4-baaket
PLUMS California. I1J01.7S.
BLACKBERRIES Per e4-j.t. crate, 82.26.
RASPBERRLES Red, per 24-pl cratsj,
tW, black, per 24-qt. crate, 83.00.
APRICOTS Per 4-basket crate. 11.76.
CURRANTS Home-grown, white and red,
per 24-1)1., 4Ju.
WATERMELONS Per ib lc, or about
CA NT ELOUP E9 Callfom la, per crate,
standard. $4-22; poniea, $3.00; Texaa, par
crate, about 46 melon. 83 00; poniea, tUH.
CUT MEAT ? RICES.
Rib. No. 1, lie; No. 2, 10c; No. 8, 8c.
Ioln, No. 1, lie; No. 2, 12c; No. 8, 11c.
Cbuclt, No. 1, 8c; No. 2, 6c; No. 8. 4c.
Keund, No. L kc: No. t, 8c; No. 8. 7Vc
Plate, No. L Sc; No. t. So; No. S, 2c.
CITJER-Per keg, $3.71; per bbl.. 88.75.
HON EY New, per 24 Iba, IAJK)
CHEESE wuri, new, ISc; Wisconsin
brick. 12c; Wisconsin Umberger, 12c; twins,
lAc; young Americas, 16c.
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1. soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 16c; bard shell, per lb.,
lc. Pecan. Urge, per lb., 14c; mall,
Pr lb.. ISc Chill walnut, per lb., 1213c.
Almond, soft aheli. per lb 17c; bard
hell, per lb 14c, Cocoanuta, $4 per lack
of luO. '
BLOAR Granulated cane: fn bbl.,
$6-14; granulated cane. In (acka, $6-11; gran
ulated peet, In sack. $-01.
SYRL'P In bbm, 27c per gal.; In cases.
8 10-lb. cans, SA.70; cases 11 5-lb. can. $l-8u-cses
24 2-Jb cars. $3 84.
COFFEE Boasted. No. SB, JSc per rb.;
No. SO, 3c per lb.; No. ft. lc per lb.;
NO 20. l.Sc per lb.; No. 21. 12c. per lb.
CURED FISH-ramlly wbitensh. per
quarter bbL 100 lb, 84.00; Norway mack
erel. No. 1. S28.00: No. t SitOO; No. 3. 6--0 00;
Irih, No. I. SHOO; hernng. in bbU., lbs.
each. Norway, 4k, 112.00; Nrway, Sk. 81I.0i
Holland, mixed. Ill 00; Holland herring In
keg, milker. SOr; kegs, mixed. 70c
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west
ern. 66t3tic: Maine. U.J6. Tomatoaa, S-lb.
can. Lr1.5u: t-ib.. 97c444LO0. Pines p
plea, g-natod. 2-lb.. ii.Otoua.Ju; sliced. 81 n9
t: gallon apple, fancy. 88.10; California
pncot. l.u.M; pear. Il.7oei.6u
E.c2 &,,CT' H-75(fjri0; H. C. peachaV
j1?- A1""lca 'mon. red. tLT 'sn"y
Chinook. 8X10; fancy o:kye, r $1S
ardinea, oU. 82.60; mustard. iarjfe lo"
weet potatoe. U lasja.JS; sauerkraut, XliO-
Burnpkina, ict(Jr$l.U.; wax beana. 2-lb., 75
c; lima baana, 2-lb., 76c43l.35; plnacn.
HIDES AND TOLLOW-Orwsm salted
Nvl- "Vkc; No. t. llc: full hldea. 8dc';
thep. P"- xl1L-. Tallow,
No. 1, 4; No, X sc.
WOOL Par lb., llir2Bc.
linn and Mslsaesa.
NEW YORK.- July n 8T "GAR Raw
firm; fair rfining 8 T-S2c; centrifugal, IS
lest, I H-tic; molasses sugar, 2 13-8" "
refined, quiet; No. 4, i.Jic; No. 7 4 ilc
No. 8, 4.10c; No. 8. 4 85c; No. 10 4 00e:
No. 11. 8 5c; No. 12. 8 10c; No. II, J He'
No. It, 8 J5c; confectl oners' A. 4 Si '
mould A. 8 W5c; cut leaf. 40c; crushed'
I-4 He; powdered. 4.10c; g rami late d. 4.70
cube. 4 He.
MOLABSES-tTtaady; New Orleans suen
kvttle. go.xl to choice, lliejasc.
NEW ORLEANS, July a. SFGAR
Steady; open kettle contrifugal, iM7-14c-centrifugal
jUaw. ajwoSHc; .ocaad, -Ji
llOI.l BiflTjan; syrup, aLrfsaa,
0M1HA LITE STOCl M1RIET
Csttls Sell is About th Earns fcotchei
HOGS SUFFER BREAK OF FIVE CENTS
been aad 1 .a rate. Steady for th
Day, bat Fifteen to Twenty
Coat Higher for the
SOUHT OMAHA. July IS, 1.
Receipt were: I'llne Mime. Hneen
O...CJ1 Mnnty t.xu 4.eoi k.M
Official Tuesday ., S.ofl ,H4
Ottirlai Wednesday M J.nAl l.uao
tXhclal Thursdity S,ij6 S.767
Oihcial Kritiay l.SuO k.214 , is?
Five day this week... .16.172 87.S70 tl.S
Same dy last week.... S.M0 S..040 18,450
bame two weeks ago....l.'.i!l bet. f l'Ao
heme three weeks ago...l,vS) Si,s:"J 4.SI8
Hume four weeks ago....i;.rM t!7.l"jS 7,146
Same days last year IS. Hoi Ktl 17,uV
itECKlt-18 FOK THE YE All TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipt
of csttle, hogs and sheep at South On. aha
tor tha year to date, compared with last
year: - jsm,. ittd. Ino.
C'veUI 4H1.772 466.7SI 48.018
Hogs l,t2.o41 U:.171 l.t'
Sueep 7!i,4nO 766.K71 2il.67l
The following will show the price paid
fur the different kinds of cattle on tha
aoutii Onutiia market;
Good to choice corn-fed Steer 16 40-84. 00
Fair to good corn-fed steer .tsif.40
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4.606 00
Good to choice cow and heifer.. I.7v4.40
rair to gooo cow and heltera z.7&u4.i6
Common to fair cow and heifer.. Lofc-u.?
Good to choice atocker feeder.. I "o'g-4.10
Fair to good stockers & feeders.... 75
Common to fair atocker I WK8.26
Hiilis, stugs, etc 2.7ci4 10
Veal calve 4.UWa iO
The following table show th average
price ot hog at South Omaha for th lat
several day, wltn comparisons;
Date, j 19HS. 1806.lSO4.l.lrO2.19Ol.1900.
8 1J 6 801 7 I4 I 8)
i sol 4 92
6 2i I 7 4i 6 I3 6 08
6 27 6 641 6 79 6 17
8 1H 0 4S, 7 76, s 1 U
6 17 1 6 3M 7 oil 6 83
t 16 6 46 7 80 6 84 6 IS
M 66 6 83
fijru.1 s 00
6 Sill 7 83
6 tk 6 11
6 11 6 381 7 7
4 K! 7 77
6 03 6 28
I 93 6 01
6 96; 6 68
6 84, S 13
- 1 ' a
4 6 28
RANGE OF TRICES.
Omaha $1.76(06 86
Kansas City 2.ixyo.l0
St. Louis 1.7600
Sioux. City t.006.76
8 4(xu W
The following show the number of car
of Blockers and feeder snipped to th
country and their point of destination:
George Dlnsdale, Palmer, Neb. Q 1
M. Mackvy, Eustus, Neb. Q
J. Ruthenand, Leigh, Neb. F. E
William Eggers, Arion. Ia. I. C
E. S. Peteren, Oakland, Neb. M. & O
A. H. Bacon, Grinnell, Ia.-R. 1
E. Knudson, Raymond, Neb. U. P
The official, number of car of
brought In today by each road wa:
Cat tie. Hogs. Shep.H'e.
C, M. A St. P 10 8
Missouri Pacific 8 1
Union Pacitlo 1 81 3 1
C. A N. W., east 1 6 ..
C. & N. W., west 10 46
C, St. P., M. & O.... 4 I
C. B. A Q., east 16 .. ..
C. B. A Q . west 1 ,10 I 2
C, R. I. A P., east.... 1 4
C R. I. P.. west 1
Chicago O. W 1
Total receipt 61 114 10 I
Th disposition of the day's receipt w
as follows, each buyer purchasing th num
ber of bead indicated
Omaha Packing Co....
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour A Co
Omaha P. Co., f'm K. C.
Cudahy P. Co., f'm K. C.
Swift A Co., f'm St. Joe
Armour A Co., f'm K. C.
Carey A Benton
Hamilton A Rothschild..
J. B. Root Co
Klngan Packing Co
Halstead Packing Co
Totals 1,269 8.046 ' 2 808
CATTLE The receipts of cattle today
were very light as usual on a Friday, only
about forty-five cars being reported in
wherfthe market opened. As there was a
sprinkling of all kinds there waa not
enough of aoy one kind to make very much
of a market.
Buyer were out In the yard In good
season and the most of the fat cattle
changed hands by 10 o'clock or soon after.
Price a a rule were Just about steady
with yeaterday, there being no very pro
nounced change In any direction. Another
bunch of the 86.86 rattle of yesterday wa
received and brought the same prio today.
The supply of cow and heifer waa very
small and the market on that kind also
steady. There wa really hardly enough
on ale to excite much Interest among buy
ers, so that the trade a a rule wa not
particularly active, but (till the offering
for th moat part changed hands In good
There were few lot of atocker and
feeder which sold fully as well as yester
day or day before. The demand at the
present time for atockers and feeders Is
very light and yard traders complain of
there being very little call for cattle from
. Pr. M. Av
?o t o
91 I 40
4 1141 I X
14 1877 4 It
14 1174 I 40
II I!" I T
42 1420 I TO
17 Uk I 10
11 1111 I TO
24 1131 I 71
.144 I I
1 torn 1 m
1 70 70
14 .. MOM I TO
I. 144 I 29
1 ... 120 I 24
tl 47 I KI
14. 411 I 14
l- 1040 I 44
I 1U I 41
I . 1UU 4 04
I 111 4 14
.... Tt4 4 40
JIT $ 44
111 1 m
... .. 420 I 00
220 I 04
110 I 04
140 I 00
1 IS 11
1 iso 2 to
t 110 I 04
AND FEEDERS. .
I ISO I M
T... 4HT i 44
n no 1 e
in n 8 11 n
4. Hi 1 in
1 mi 1 so
24 feeders.. 1086 410
HOUS-Hogs sold very largely at 18 67
45'i.HO this morning, a against $ft.K2if
8 47 for tha bulk yeaterday. In other
word th hoga sold tnday just about So
lower than the general market of yeatar
day. If a comparison were to be made of
yieteiday s opening market It would aliow
mora decline than that, while on the other
hand tha hog sold today a shade higher
than yeaterday extreme ulos. From the
sale below it will b noted that tha light
hogs of good quality are aelling pretty gHn
anally at and right around Sd no. with the
j mixed hog prinuipally at K S7 ind th
rougn pacaera irain nut per aown. Bomi
very good heavy aliipping hog mid as high
a $0.70, which was th tup. aa against
$8.76 yosleTdby. Th movement waa fairly
active at the decline and about everything
in eight wai disnosfd of by 10 o clou In
eta. Av. aa. Pr. N
14 Bl . I w ,
41 ....... 24 .... 4 40 a ,
n.. it win rr
44 JS4 . . . 4 41 II
IS. ...... 1X4 I 44 T
O m 4 4 tl
Av. gh. rr.
..trr ... iv
.-'T IS I 40
..srr ... 4
.,4 4 ts ls
. UT 4 I 4
144 IS I 4
I 40 1 ...
I 10 I
I 40 1
I 44 t
fxo 40 I I IS
mo I 10 1 . 140 I 24
140 4 HI I...... .. 1S1 I 24
240 I 00 1 . 140 I 40
1 . iso 1 to
- I . mo 1 40
I 14 I Tl
Tt HI ... 4X4
17 4 4 II
40 lo ID
II Itl ... I U
44 M ... Ill
tl 2'4 11 M
JM 100 47
44 Ill ... 4T
4 22 SO I 7
?U fOS I 17
I ?4 1 1:
71 14 SS I 17
4 2S4 24 I 47
II I! ... I 17
n .....r I I SS
l ... I SS
rr lis 40 I 04
tl Kt h4 IN
44. r-S ... 140
4 ISA ... I 40
71 24 K III
7 11 ... Ill
T7 2.-I 10 I 44
T4. I4 ... I SS
74 t4 Mil
74 1)4 4 I 40
71 Ml 40 40
44 Ill ... 144
SO 0o ... I 40
, 141 ro I ITS
U Ill ... I 17 14 o SO I M
M in lt 117 71. 141 40 4 40
40 2.11 4 I 47 74 Ill ... I 44
IS 274 40 1 17 71 t?4 10 so
44 SIS 40 117 40 244 t;0 10
71 ; ISO 7l, 74 Ill 124 140
71 110 4 17 I! 1 40 I 44
4S :.'T 4 I 17 44 !" 40 4 40
71 .......111 .. 4 47 Tl til ... 140
74 Ill 14 4 47 To t4l K 4 SO
SO 211 If 117 77 71 40 140
17 7M "40 47W to f4 SO 4 4.1
74 lit 40 1 47 74 ! ITS 40
SO 224 120 I 47 Tt M 40 4 4S
74 144 ... I S7 II I4 ... I 44
71 fl 10 I 47 71 tcl 100 I SS
41 270 SO I 17 U :M 40 I 40
S 114 ISO 4 47 II 22 ... 4 lo
74 2tl Ko 4 47 44 tl 10 4 SO
42 f 40 I 47 4 220 40 I !
47 14 140 1 47 44 21 10 142
44 147 120 1 47 TS 124 10 4J-
44. 14 4 40 1 47 IS 170 ... 4f
47 HO 2S0 17 4! 2tl 10 I 42
4 2M ... 147 4 SM 40 4 4:
7 14 ... 117 Tt 114 Ito 4 47
47 224 ... 7 47 24 10 12
71 71 140 S7 4 Ill ... 4 SS
Tt 121 40 17 II 1 40 4 SS
41 214 10 4 17 14 147 ... 4 41
Tl SM 110 147 74 10 ... I 70
41 11 40 Itu 40 Ill O0 4 70
SHEEP Receipt of hep this morning
were sma II. on v ten ear neina rciioriea
In. Three cayi of them were Nebraska
ewe and sorinr lambs nn the common or
der. Fotir cr of th Oxman A Blcknell
(Wyoming) wether sold st IV20 (tralght
ssslnst 85 nn Mondsv. with a few out.
The feeling on the market was lust about
steady with yesterday, or wgibc higher
man last week. The market aa a wnoie
has been In very satisfactory condition
during the present Week and arrivals a a
rul have met with quite ready sale at
Quotations' fJorwl tn rholos snrinsr lambs
7.07.76; fair to good spring lambs, $0 .2ttp
l-w. IOOO IO ennlce vear Inaa. ln.7bT34i.Ui:
fair to good yearlings, $s.6tXi(6.75; good to
rnoic wctners, $o.jHj6 o; fair to good
wether, $4 .& 26; good to choice ewea.
.t".flo rair to good ewe, 4.oVu4 wo.
No. Av. Tr.
147 western ewe Ml I 85
124 cull lamb 44 4 00
144 western ewes 88 4 80
176 western ewes ft 4 SO
1.075 Wyoming wethers i3 ISO
176 western spring lambs 62 6 00
138 common goat ,.r 70 I 00
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. MARKET
Cattle Steady. Hoa Five Cent Lower
aad Sheen Steady to Lower.
CHICAGO. Julv IS CATTLE Receluts.
1,000 head. Market steady; common to
prime steers, $4.0noTri.a; cows, $2.70'u4u";
heifers, 2.76i&S.26; bulls, $2.76'g4; calves,
I&.76417 00: stockers and feeders. $2.00(34.10.
HOGS Receipts, 1X.U0O head. Market 6o
lower; choice to prime heavy, $H.hfuo 9J;
medium to good heavy, W.TOHrt.&O; butcher
weights, tio .', good to choice neavy
mixru, fo.icHyo.m; pai'King, ioixqiQ.iv.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.000
head. Market steady to lower; sheep, $4.60
a; yearlings, eo.iw.a; spring lamos,
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. July 18.-BEEVES Ro-
celnts. 8.A74 head. Market for steer In
light Supply ahd 10c higher; for fat bull
strong; otner steaay; cow nrm; eieers,
H.Miiio.ffi; no choice here: bulls. I3.lifuv4.60;
cows. 81Mi4 10. IJverDool and London ca
bles quoted live cattle selling at loVallc
per lb.; tops and London, 114C, dressed
weight; refrigerator beef slow at 8c per
lb. Shipments tomorrow, 698 cattle and
B.iSO quarters or beef.
I'll ui,'4 nofAinto 74 hoad. Marke
tevadv: veals. 15 UKll 8 00: culls. $4.00: dresncd
calve, slow; city dressod veal, 6120 per
lb.; country dreeaed, 'd'lle.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1,301
head. Market for sheep, steady: for lamb.
8KI&40C lower; sheep, $3 60Cu6.6i; lamb. 7.6
43 00 one car, 1916: culls, 4.6O4t1.0O.
HOGS Receipts, 1.852 head. Market
Bteady; good state hogs sola at ii.w.u.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, July 1S.-CATTLE Re.
i mat head Including 900 southern
market steady; choice export nd dressed
hr aira If. Ub A. 10: fair to good. U.Wa,
6 40; western fed steer. 3,7Mi 76; gtocker
and feeder. $2.76(84.26; ouinern sieer.
$2.75ff6.00; southern cow. $2.00(.60; native
cows, 4J.nxij4.ou; naiive neiiero, es.wMev.vv
hulls to 40ffi4 00: calves. 13.60436.00.
HOGS Receipts, 6,700 head; market Ro
lower; top. $.77',4; bulk Of sales, e.irBT.iD;
heavy. $.7O076; packers, $6.70S.76; pig
and llahta. li.ia0.771A.
SHEEP. AND LAMBS Receipt, 2.400
head; market steaay ana active; native
lamoe, se.wsiia.uu; lea ewes sna yernns
6.O0itte.26; western fed yearlings, t6.5o06.ao
western fed sheep, $4 60&6.fl0; Texas goat,
3.ooj3.60; stockers and teeaers, io.axav.uu.
St. I.onl I.lvo Stock Market.
ST. LOUI8, Mo., July 13. CATTLB R'
celnts. S.OHO head. Including 2.000 Texan
market strong; native shipping and export
steers. I4.8v4iv.00: dressed beef steers and
butcher teers. $4.10B.4&; steers under 1.000
pounds, $o.76a4.6o; stockers ana reeaers,
S2.OO4r4.00: cows and heifers. S2.10Mo.2b: can
ners. 1.00fl2.00; bulls. $2.4084.50; calves, $3 00
fpo.00; Texas and Indian steers, $2.35a4.t0
cows and heifers. II Tb'rtU.Zfi.
HOGS Receipts, 4.000 head: market lower
pigs and lights. e640iii.0, packers, $6.4u8i
Mi; butchers and bent heavy, 16 WflTi !.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.000
heud; market strong; native muttons. 13.00
tlv.OtJ; lambs. $4.0oi.0O; culls and bucks,
8v.OOi7J.iO; atockers, $3.7566.40.
St. Joaenh I. lie Slock Market
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. July 13. CATTLE
neceipis, sis nesu; market steaay; natives
84.6tmytJ.O0; cows and heifers, $1.7xii5.0O
stockers and feeders. t3.UVa3.TS.
HOGS Receipts. 6.155 head; mHrket 6c
lower; light, o&680; medium and heavy
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 1,327
uceu, iiie.ie.Ci lirau)T 40 JtIC lower.
lona Clly Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. July 13. (flneclal Tole
Ernm.) CATTLE Receipt, 400 head; mar
et steady; beevea, $4 00bo.76; cow, bull
ana miiea, i.tnis.u; Blocker and feeder,
SS.O"SU4.00: calve and veaillnaa. tl n04in so
HOGS-Re.elpt. 1.100 head; market 6c
tower, soiling at So 48.00; bulk of aalea,
Slock la glgkt
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
"wtn uia.iM.na yesieraay:
N1CW YORK, July 13- M ETA IJS The
I-onilun tin market recovered part of It
recent loss, advancing about 1 Ui U to
aioe iu ror spot and ti U 41 lo M l
tor future. Locally, the market waa firm
In consequence, with spot quoted it 3A(
fe34.6. Copper waa lower in lindon. loMng
2 Is 4d. and climlng at 78 2a td for spot
and A'77 12 Sd for future. Ically. trie
maraet conunueq dull nd nominal; lake,
io j.Yaiii i: eiecuroiytic. lis 12'valii.oO; cast
ing. $17.7618.00 Iad waa la 3d higher at
A I 7s 6d in London, hut remained tin
changed at 86.76 In the local marknt. Spel'
ter wa nn. -hanged In both markets, with
Ixindon closing at M 10a and New York
at n.824jr6.S7). Iron wa a little lower
in th English market, with standard foun
dry quoted at 4MB 7d and Cleveland war
rants at 49 IO!. locally, there waa no
change; No. 1 northern foundry, $H2JV4
18 76; No. 2 northern foundry. $17.76J18.3i;
No. 1 aouthern foundry. $ 7. nisi IS. 00; No. I
nthern foundrv. $17 0usjfl7 Mi
ST. LOnS. July 13 METALS Iid,
Steady at to.72Vr4j.76. Spelter, weak at
Carta n Market.
NF.W YORK. July 18. -COTTON-Spot
market closed 'quirt and steady; middling
uplnnda Uiiroc; middling gulf, 11.16c; sales,
ST. LOUIS. July 13 COTTON-Market,
steady; middling. 11 16-lAc; shIcs. none; re
ceipt, t hale; shipments, 66 bain; duck,
27. JM hales.
LIVERPOOU July U-COTTON-Spot
market quiet; prices 2 points higher; Amer
ican middling, fair. O.Hid; gcu.d middling,
l.ild; mlildllng, .12d; low middling. 5:41;
good ordinary. I.64d. The sales nf the day
wer IOOO bales, of which l.a(A halea were
for peoulalln and export and Included
4..V41 bales; reoelpta. none.
NEW ORLEANS. July 18 COTTON
Pnot market cloeed steady: alr. 2.260 bn'es;
ordinary. c, nominal: good ordinary. I6-I6c;
low middling, lOc; middling, lie; good
middling. I1V4C; middling fair, ll7c, r.om
Inal: fair. 11V.C, nominal, receipt, 165 bale;
atock, 46.650 bale.
R vases rat est apples red Drtea Fralt.
NrTW YORK. Jury IS -EVAPORATKD
APPIEB Spot urjchaeged and It I re
ported tht ale have been for December
oQvry at 4c. lrlxn r o,uotd t jij
I1r, choice at im-tT1le fsncy t ire.
CALIFORNIA tRIKt) KRUITS-Ptun
are In smell supply on sno'. with quota
tions rsnglnsr fnm 7c n c. sccordlng
to grade. Apricots are firm. With rhol-
st I.I.-, extra clioice it l::v' end fsncy St
14'ol4'c. l'enthcs are aulet end prices
asked seem to he shove huvcre' vie".
Stork on snot are small, however, and .1
tone of the market I sieady. with chnlC
q'totod St hfn. eTlr choice at HSY
lrc. fancy at llfjiro and extra rancy st
lltili'c. Raisin are unhnned; Ions
muscatel. 8ti7c: seeded relslns, 6v,5rS''l
lxndon layers. $i .
P(STt1N. Julv 13 WOttlj The Bolton
Commercial Rultetln will say tomorrow of
the wool market: There is a better tons
to the local situation and manufacture:
re showing Increased Interest. As a ru!t
more wivjl Is being sold. The two featu-el
of the week are the transfer of eVO ball
nf Australian cross-breds - previously neg
lectedat 4"i44c, and snn.nno pounds oi
st.iple Wyoming at 72H7V clean. There nr
rumors of several la rue transactions penn
ing, and It is expected that from now oi)
business will become better. It I th4
opinion ef well versed merchant that w
now have the lowest prices that will nil
for the next three months and. although
advances are quite prohahle, It Is not likely
mat tnry win he material. I'rices tor tn4
available wools are being etcndllv main
tained by dealers, who Insist on full valuea
Snlee In Montana are not being made al
actively s growers anticipated and about
aa much wool has been withdrawn sold,
on sccount of the low bids. On Wednesday,
some Wo.OrtO pounds were offeren st tlien
dive, hut only one-half was sold, at prlcei
ranging from .tc to .jc, or snoui wi c-v
clean. Further, the transfer of 200,000 14
jn.nno pounds In western Idaho were re
cently made at 1c to 19c. About lAO.Om
potinds were sold in New Mexico at lsc tt
JoHo. The shipment of wool from Bosto
to date from December 27. IW. accordlnl
to the same authorltv. are 131.730.447 pound
Against K'8..VK,Ht pounds at the earn tlmt
lost yenr. I ne receipt to oaie are i-k..-n.717
pounds, against 16.76,176 last year
liONiSoN. Julv 18. V OIr The offering!
at the wool auction sales today amounted
to 13,978 bales. The continental demno
was restricted and home buyers took th4
bulk of the offerings. Americans bought
aiinorl.ii, nrlnni u nrl fine llaht VreSSlS
cross-breds at full rates. Tsamanlnn comb
ings and New Zealand hair-orea som wen.
Faultv merinos were irregular and in pei
rent below the May average. Withdrawal!
greney, Mtf'tM. Victoria, l.ooo bales; "coured,
Is Id'jls 9Hd; greasy. Will 3. 8'
Australia, smt Dales; scnuren, i "v -'i
greasv. 7jdW1 2d. Tasmanls, V Jb.Vi
greasy. OVydJilB ld New Zealand. Mm
bales; scoured. Is Wis lid; greasv, SHdy
2Sc; light fine, is22c; heavy flue, 1417c;
LONDON. July- 13.-Owlng o th psv.
ment of SlO.OOO.ono In treasury bill rnoney
was In Increased demand In the trmrket
today, but th supplies were hun";
Discounts were essy. Prices on the Stock
exchange weakened and dullness, accom
panied br nervousness, prevailed, owing te
some operators being helped oyer the. set
tlement. Moderate Investment purchases
and cheap money failed to offset t h jag
ging tendency cused by the liquidation in
consols, which yielded a fraction, while
home rslls eased after garly
Foreigners reflected th dullness In P""
and unfavorable Russian news. American
opened fractionally lower, but hsrdened to
over parity tn th forenoon. loiter, on
receipt of the New York opening quota
tions, the mrket sagged, but picked up a
fraction near the close, which w-a quint.
Japanese Imperial s of 1904 cloaed at 10.
ST. PrTTERSBITRG, July 18 Price on
the Bourse today weakened along the whole,
list, government securities ufPertng an
average loss of hslf a point Imperial 4
closed at TV4 and 6 at 8644- .
PARTS, July 13 -Prlce on the Pour to
day wer heavy. Rulan bond of 1804
cioseq at o.
London Closing Stock.
LONDON. July IS. -Closing quotations of
the Btock exchange were:
CotwjoIs. money ..
Baltimore A Ohio
rvansdtsn PsclSe .
Ches. A Ohio
Chiosis Ot. W...
C. st. A St. P...
D. A R. 0
de 1st fd
do Id sfd
N. Y. Central
Norfolk A W
ST 14-14 I
Ontario A W
do 1st pfd
So Id efd
, ...174 1
Soulbsra lull way
Bout hem Pselfto .
.... 10 I
rj. 8. Steal
Loulsrllls A Nssk.,.144
11., K. A T I2M
BILVER Bar. firm, SOVid per ounce.
MONEY 14 per cent ,
The rat of discount In the open market
for short bills is 8" per cent; for thre
month' bill. 31-16 per cent.
CONSUMING OUR INHERITANCE
ronatry'i Sopply of Hardwood Linker
Goes the Way of WhltO
The disappearance of the country's bard
wood timber ts a menace even mor seri
ous than the melting away of our pine
forest. A new growth of pin can be se
cured In forty year, but a century would
not replace the magnificent groves of oak
and elm that arc falling before th lum
berman. A committee of the National
Hardwood Lumbermen's association re
ported recently that at th present rate nil
the country' timber, both p!n and hard
wood, will be consumed In thlrty-tlv year.
Th report alio recommended that thero
should be legislation forbidding exporta
tion of log, and exempting all tree planta
tion from taxes. It 1 certainly high
tlm to tke aome measure of this kind
to encourage foretatlon. It Is top late",
however, to rale new forest of hardwood
In time; to replace those that are disap
pearing, and hardwood lumber seem an
essential In many line or manufacture. .
Steel has replaced lumber to a large
extant In tha framework ot building and
bridge, but tn the manufacture there are
many place where hardwood em Indis
pensable. In making furniture and agri
cultural Implement It 1 an essential, and
a hardwood famine would work a tremen
dous revolution tn ucb Industrie. Al
ready northern forest are vanishing, and
about the only hardwood north of the Ohio
and Missouri river that I still abundant
is birch. There la nothing to take th place
of oak in all tbe great forest of tha Pa
cific coast and th whole country la look
ing to the south for lis supply. It la no
uncommon thing to hlp lumber from the
far southern states a distance of a thou
sand miles, and meanwhile many great ear'
goe are being sent abroad from stulhrrn
ports. The end 1 In sight, and an era ot
high price Is following th long year of
Kbundtfnce. Miiuieapull Journal.
REAL F.STA.TR TR 4S8FF.RS.
George T. Mill and wife to Han
J ft person, lot 8. block 3. Clarendon.. 1
Frill Pries to Rasmus Ijtrsen, aeV
se nw sw'4 8-14-13 450
John O'Hearne and wife to Clara B.
Wyman. lots t t and 8. block 13,
Qra L East and husband to Alice H.
Blackburn, lot 1, I, 3, 4, I, 4, 7 and 8.
block S. Puttman Place 460
John W. McDonald to George W. Plai
ner, lot 8. block 2. Avondale Park
Jean C Whlnnery to J. Carroll Whin- '
nery. lots ok and 49. (Use add t
Abrsm Sebrihg to Annie B. Baloomhe,
pert lot 2. block 77. Omaha 1
Albert Prior and wife to H. J. drove,
tract e 8-14-11 100
Abram Retiring and wife to Alfred D.
Foster et al, lot 6 and I and part lot '
7. block 77. Omaha I
St. Joseph Society for 'Colored Ml-
lon to 8. N. Hyr.se, part lot I and
8, block 6, Park Place loo
F. C. Craig and wife to Frank Stir
ling, lots 13, II. 15, II Ind 17, block X.
Lake View 754
Mary Ditiel 10 Charles F. Dlttel. lot 4,
block 10. Drew IIHI 11)
E. T. Peterson to Edwunl J. Scheld. .
lot 21. block 14. Shull s 2d add 1.100
Jamea Hurnes, trustee, to Ida A.
Augrie. lot II. blork 32. Ambler Place I
Non Heldwln to F. E Rfidelph et aU
n'4 lot I block I. Plamvlew J
N P. IX'dge. Jr.. to Cecelia C. Buchtel,
lot 1. block 2i. Omaha t
William J. Mack and wife to Jens
Nielsen, tax lot I In 1-14-11 1.166
Total stoouot of Uanfrs...
were less frequent. Following are mr win
In detsll: New South Wales, 2.1 bales;
scoured, IsifJIs lotid gTeasy. Sdfll lHd.
. i . . tnti luilni, eonred Is S1 Vl . s :
Is 3d. Cape or tjooa nnim avuu i-.,
4i neies; greedy, nn ' '" w.iwisnJ
2.1 bales; greasy. s .dif1s Kd. Fslkland
Islands, 700 bales; greasy, 7d 'Sis.
ST. iJbl lS. Mo.. Julv lUWOOIe-llfsflfJ
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