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MIA SUNDAY REE: JULY 15. 100C.
RAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
What Rul.i 8Ua to Btrooc Thresh
BULLISH rttLING HARD , TO UNDERSTAND
leeaa that lAnslderahl tree U
Laid oa rorla Bltaatlan for
Densest! nmm rivtri Bear.
4m', Llttln Eultt.
.. OMAHA. July 14. WOt.
hT . l y." tTom Bteady 10 strong on
th friendly attitude of trailer. helped by
nn1.c''! ?' "hrts. Just why snii
51 I f ''"'"" Httla dlfflcua to tin
arraland, barring features In the foreign
position on whlcn sum operator are lay
ing considerable stress 'ine domestic sit
uation continue bearish . Tha weather la
favorable in tha northwem. Acceptance
were fairly liberal and tha demand Is still
inadequate. Thou looking abroad for news
point out tha relative small amount on
paaaage, tha unfavorable weather for har
vesting In Russia and tha small estimates
of I,000 bushels for world s shipments
thls- last week.
Hhowers were general throughout the belt
the last twenty-four boura, with further
precipitation predicted for tha Mississippi
valley. Tha pressure waa chiefly on the May,
but tha selling of September y cash
nous was taken ' as Indicative of freer
country offerings. The market steadied to
ward, tha close. - Cash prices were a half
cent lower and tb demand Is unsatisfac
Tha market In oats wraa nominal. There
has been little disposition among local
trader to do business In oats for some
I'rlmary wheat receipt were 656,000 bush
els and shipments 24000 bushels, against
receipts last year of 637.0UO bushels and
shipments of 413.000 bushels. Corn receipts
wera ftio.flou bushels and shipments 22t.oOO
bushels, against receipts last year of 491.000
bushels and shipments of 264.I0 busnels.
Clearances were 12R,onO bushels wheat. 19,348
barrels flour, J9,0o bushels corn and 2UW
Liverpool closed H3d lower on wheat
and V4kd lower on corn.
With reference to the black rusl, re
ported In Minnesota, Van Dussn of Minne
apolis 'said: "Black, rust report have no
foundation In fact. Just talked with the
professor of botany of the University of
Minnesota, who has examined sample
from all part of the northwest dally, and
says he found no Indication of black ruBt,
Loral range of -options: , ,
Articles.) Opn. Hlgh. Low. Close ! Ye'y.
A asked. B bid.
Omaha Cask Sales.
WHEAT No. S hard, 1 car, 70c; 1 Car,
He; 1 car. Vc; 1 car (new), Tie.
CORN-No. 4, 1 car, i;e.
Omaha Casn I'rtees.
WHKAT-No. J hard, TlH'a'Tlc;
hard, feTlc; No. 4 hard. 65ijc;
CORN No". 3, 4Rc; No. S yellow, 48c; No.,
I white, 49c.
OATS-No. S mixed. 3445 3nc; No. I white,
8SWc; No. 4 white, SSc.
RYE No. J. Mc; No. I. 53c.
. , . Wheat
Bt. Louis . ..
CHICAGO GRdX SSO PROVl8tO!8
Featnrea of the Trading; and Closing;
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July 14.-Profit-taklng by the
local longs caused an easy tone at the cloee
ik. kn. market tmiav. the final quota
tions on tha September delivery being off
c. Corn was down iWKic.i ui inni
loas of tfVfcc-. I'rovlslons were a Shad to
The selling pressura on the wheat market
developed lute in tho day and resulted In
eiiani avennea at ma tiunr. wimi"ii
tha nit-was Inclined to be bullish. Addl-
iinnai revkoete rn-nr received - todav from
tha- northwsii claiming damage, by black
rtrsr.i b-ut.tne errect or tnese buvjuss was
partial IV Jn set by several (reports denying
that, h crop iad been Injured by rust.
The- weather bureau reported catter"d
hnmiers thi-ouahout the northwest and till
ncouraaed the buying of wheat here. An
other factor that exerted considerable
weight was tha continued rsln In Southern
Russia, which Is said to be Interfering with
harvesting. July closed easy. September
pwhed a shads lower at 78V,o, sold at Tto
and then advanoed to 78jWc. The oloaa
was at 78V3rac. Clearance of wheat
and flour were equal to 214,000 bu.- Primary
receipts were DM.uuu du.. againti bu.,
I or mi sems way ui fwi, jnunmvnw,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of 623
car against M car last weea ana i.o
cars'ona vaar ago..
Bace.ua of rain throughout tha corn belt
the oora market waa weak an aay, local
lonaa being moderate teller. . Trading In
ganerai waa light. Tha market closed weak
siul near tha lowest Dolnt of tha day
Beptember opened a ahade to 34c lower
at 62o to (24c, sold between HHc and ia
y$lo and closed at t9. Loial receipt
tere 174 cars, with 188 cars of contract
i -a de-
Oats were weak becausa of persistent sell
ing by long. Weather condition war
mora favorable to the new crop and there
were fewer complaints of damage by dry
weather. Beptember opened Hao to HGt-Wo
lower at 8fo to 86440, held within the open
ing range and dosed at 86c Local receipts
were Its cars. Provisions were quiet and
easy." Some of the smaller packers were
moderate seller of lard and rib and there
wa some profit-taking In pork.' At tha
cloaa BeDtember Dork waa off 10a at 117. tu.
Lard waa a ahade lower at 83.10. Bib were
own tvio at ss.tu.
Estimated receipt for Monday: Wheat,
t2 car; corn, SiA can; oat, 13b car; hogs
The leading future ranged as follows:
'ArUols. Open. I High. I X-ow. CTos Ys y.
. , ..l 1-1 1 11 T T1U
1 1 M n ilO II D lliS" ..ls
71HB 71 T1J,A 71J
j 73"B 73:U
4-'S4s 47SB 47HB 47SB 47S
4JsA 47HA 47VA .A 4iHB
..,,..'..... ...J.. I3A 83iA
l ash ouotatlon were fellow
' FLOUR Easy : winter patents. $loO4 00
winter straight. 83.8ou8.7u; soring patents.
il.iotj.oo: spring siraigms, u.txU4.ott; tiak
.e.rs HJiMiJ.io. '
' WHEAT No. I spring. 7Hfilc; No. 8.
7t7Mc: No. 8 red. 78V?7fc.
, CORN Ne, 8. it42Hc; No. I ysllow, 3i4e.
DATS No. 1, 8kc; No. I white, ay,e; No,
I white, tofjoWTfC
RYK- No. 1 5t
BARLKY Oood feeding, 8&840c; fair to
choice malting. 4MKoc.
BKED4 No. 1 northwestern. 81.08; prim
timothy. 84.S6;, clover, contract grade,
' ll St. .
; rH.OVI8JONS Short rib side (loose),
9 4oti 46: mess pork, per bbl.. $1$ 2U; lard.
,1-er H") ioa,a ; suori clear siuee vtooea;
' $V .gH.
Following were th receipt and ship
ments nf flour and araln:
'Flour. bHs ...
exits, ' bu.
ll fi.) J
On lha Jroduc exchange today th butter
market wss stesdy; ereamertea, lOffilSHct
dairies, 46010. . Eg, flrni. at jnark. case
itu-IUiled, 1.0l4Sc; first. I4c; prime nrst.
ltic: extra, ljo. Choeee. gtrong; (inaiTk.
Mllwanke Grala Market.
Mll.WArKKE. July 14 WHEAT-Dull:
No. 1 nnrtheru, Ri'.-Mc; No. 8 northern, 81
tfc; steptember. 7hc. .
RYE lwer: No. 1. tHUtlnae.
RARI.F.Y No-1 tiiV; sample, lfjc,
CORN-I ower; No. 8 cash. 6)Sb2c; oop-
lember, 61C. -
Dalata Grata Market.
DULT'TH. Julr 14 WH EAT To rrtv
and on track, No. 1 northern. ijC; No.
77STT rts 77V
78V4 T1. 78V, 784 7
v. W 8vH ' 7! H
81 82H 8144 (1
MfleZH t 81 V 6lt 8
60 4V 48pi 4
8H Ji4 $8 88
S5S6V 86W 86 M J
M MV 8B4 8B
J74'3S 8 r,V 87V
18 (0 18 t2H ! 80 18 82H
17 86 IT 86 17 80 17 80
lr ' 874 IfTVi I87H
10 I $0 10 10
47 t 47H 42H H
ti2t 42 ( 87 40
20 20 17V 17
rwrthernt . TTHc; . July. TV:; September,
"V; lecemler, 7Hc
OATS To arrive and on track and July.
SSW YORK F.KRL MARKET
f tha lr
NEW YORK. July 14-FLOrR-Receipts,
tt,UI bbls.; exports. S.tW hhl.; dull but
stesdv. Minnesota natents. 14 )34 HO: Minne
sota bakers. S3 4.5.15; winter patents. 84 .00
t4.30; winter straights, t3.'(4 ); winter
extras, U WjjS 40, low grades, . "UJ 35. Kye
flour, dull; fair to good. 83 .4VaJ ; choice
to rancr. fK Ht 20.
CORNMEAI Hteadv: fine white and yel
low, i .ptyi.zo; coarse, 1 Hegl.U. kiln dried,
RYE Dull; No. 1 western, 7vc, f. o. b..
WHEAT Receipts, 36.nrm bu.; expor t,
w: i c . . j mA sit.,.
elevstor. and Mc. f o. b.. aflontr No. t
northern, Duluth, c, f. o. b.. afloat.
Further renorts of rust In the northwent
todsy gave wheat a stronger tone and
moderate advance, shorta providing the de
mand. Other Influences wore prospective
ma.'ler world shipments and bullish Hus
slsn harvesting n'. The market closed
steady and 'uc net higher, as follivrs:
Msy. M'sc: July, Wc; September,
CORN-Receipt. OT.67 bti.; export. M.40?
bn. Foot, bsrely steady; No. 2. WVc, ntnl
nal, elevstor, and 6910. nominal, f. o. b.,
afloat; No. I yellow, SiV. nominal; No. I
white. Sic. nominal.. Th" ontloi vrUet
was qult and easier on Improve! wovher
news, closing net uw. r as roiiovvs;
July, RSc; Beptember. RS'M"; December, 67c.
OATS-Recefpts, 67.500 bu. ; exports. 1.&50
bu. Spot, steady: mixed oats. 2 to 32 lbs..
lafff-WV-jo; nStural white. 3o to U lbs . 4.19
44ir; clipped white. 3S to 40 lbs.. Wuidc.
t BED Steady; spring bran, 118X3 prompt
shipment; middlings, $19.00 July shipment;
city, IJl.nor.f33. 60.
llAY-F"lrm; shipping. 66'S6c; good to
HOPS Steady: state, common to cholre,
life crop, livdlftc; 1P04 crop, nominal; olds,
nominal; Pacific coast, 1R05 crop, 10jflSc;
iwh crop, Kc; olds, nominal.
HIUl-;t-Hl(.dv: Oalveston. 20 to 5B lbs.
20c; California. Zl to 25 lbs., 21c; Texas,
dry, 24 to 30 lbs.. 19c.
LKATH tcRSteadV: SCld. ZliWfiViC.
PRflVIBIONB tt'eef steady: family,
tlO.OfvfrlOWi; mess. JK.OrtfrH.W. Beef hams.
821.00022 60: packet. I.tXKfi9.B0: city exlm
India mess, 15.(va lS.Brt. Cut meats, firm
nirkled Wllles til .2.Vhl.r00: nick ed should
ers. . 8H.ImwiA.0h: pickled hams. i2iWlZ.7S.
Ird. fillet; western rrlme, $!.orvj(10 00; re
fined, easy; continent, iM: Bouth Amerlcs
$IO.iO; compound. 87 OiW'7.2i. Pork, firm
famllv. 1! W: short clears. 118 OuffllK.SIi.
TAULiOW Steady; city ($2.00 per pkg.),
4 15-lOc; country ipkgs. free), 4Ttrl4c.
KICK Hteady; domestic, fair to extra, sc.
BL'TTKK Steady ; street price, extra
xeamery, 30y"lc; offlclal prices, cream
ery, common to extra, ibH'JZio: ren-
vated. common to extra, loMSW!; western
fsctory, common to first, llKirlic; western
imitation creamery, extras, loc; nrsis,
CHEESE Steadv: new stste full cream,
Isrge, fancy, 11c; state fair to good,
lOc ; new state, small, fancy, 11c; new
state fair to good, lOfiKHrc; new tat In
BOOS Firm: state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fsncy selected white, 28c; choice, 11
22c; bilxed extra, 21e; western firsts. IT'S
l,Vrc; western seconds, l&aitHic; southerns.
I Or 1.TKT 11 ve, aulet: spring cnickens,
ZZc: fowls, 14c: turkeys, iiwizc. uressen,
stesdy; western spring chickens, l&'iyJ2c;
turkey, UfllSc; fowl. lo'ic.
t. I.nnls General Market.
ST. t.Ori8. Julv 14.-WHEAT-Weak: No.
3 red. csah, elevator, 75c, nominal; track,
7oSt i SHc ; Septemner, 7Btc; December,
THUe! No. 2 hard. 7KUf77i4c.
CORN Futures, lower: casn, tlrm: o. Z
cash. 53c. nominal: track, etc; September,
61V4C hid: December. 47He.
OATS Iower; No. 2 cash. 87Hc; track,
jHVyc; September, aoc; Decern oer, NiC; ro.
wh te. 41 fn -II HC.
FIX)lTR Steady: red winter patents, 84 88
460; extra fancy and straight, 13. 7&4J4.30;
clar, $2. ip'M.&O.
bi-jKD Tlmothv steady, 83.00W3 .50.
Ct'RNMEAL Steady, 82 80.
BRAN Dull : sacked east track. 73W75C.
IiAY-8teady: timothy. $12 S0jl7.00; prai
rie, , iK.umriz.txi.
IRON COTTON TIE9-I1.00.
HKMH TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: lobbing. 117.S0
I.ard, steady; prima steum, 8M.70. lry salt
meats, steady; boxed extra short, $9.76;
clear ribs, $U.87H ;short ribs, $10.00. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra short, $10.50; clear,
ribs, iio.ti-"; snort clear, xio.76.
HOL'LTKr-Uulet: chickens. 10c: springs.
lio: turkey. 12Vtc: duck. 9c: geese. Bo.
HlTTKK-nrm; creamery, imxzic; dairy,
;cjus steaav-. ism. rase count.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 14-FLOUR-Flrst
patents. M.lMrt .26: second DStents. $4.O0(2tt.lO:
nrst clears, H.aoJ.46; second clears, $2.50
. K A IS li 60Cu 117k.
(BuDtrlor Hoard of Trade Quotations fos
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery.) Th
rang of prlcee, aa reported by V. D. Day
m to,, iue-iu jooara or Traae, waa:
Article. Open. Hlrh. Low. Close TeTy.
1 1JHI 1 13h' 1
t 12U 1 U 1
111 lllffl -1
Kansas City Grala aad Prevlslens,
KANSAS CITY: July 14. WHEAT Julv.
nnc, ssuienisr, (cwc; Leceinoer, ltc;
cash. No. I hsrd, 714724c; No. 8. Wallc:
No. Z red. Tialbc: No. 8. 71W2Vc.
CORN July, fVae; September. 48Uc: De
comber, 46c; cash, No. 1 mixed. 60c: No. 1
wnite, bjc; no. , oiHc; no. a. bi'rtc.
OATS No. 1 white. 40)Hc.
RYE Steady: 6642rS7V4c.
HAY Strong; choice timothy. 8U.O0CiU.b:
choice pralne. 89.2&US.60.
bl i ibK-f irm; creamery. lc: dairy.
1.', tllU 1...... 1 J XT
uuuir-nirwir. vmuuii iiu mnw , new
No. t whltewooa casea Includud. 1&W-: uu
cuuni, uc; caars reiurneu, -o lass.
. Receipts. Shipment
Wheat bu. UH.oQ 70, Oil)
Corn, bu, , 17, ow) 21.000
Oat, bu . 10,000
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA, July 14. BUTTER
Steady; extra western creamery, 26c.
EUllS ateady; western fresh. le at
cheese Firm; New York full creams'.
Fearla Grata Market.
orAnt i til T..l ia conu ci, . vr
I a-.vh4M, .., vuf .i i-i 1 ruin,
8 yellow, &80; No. 8, 08c; No. 4, 63c; no grade,
OATS Steady : No. I white. 88 Vc: No. 4
WHISKY-On the basis of $1..
TOLKDO. O.. July 14.-SEKD Clover.
rash. $D0; October, $6 77': August, alslke.
87 .IS. Prim timothy, 82.10. No. 8 rye, titSto,
LONDON. July 14 WOOL Th offer-
Inss at th wool auction sales touay
amounted to 12, balea, in frood condi
tion. There was a ateady demand for
all trades and full rates were paid. Home
ouyer aaain took tne Duia or tne orrer-
Ingrs: American bou(ht small lots of
greasy erossbreds. Queensland and Taa-
gnantaa (reaay combings were In good re
quest. Kin Cape of Oood Hope wti
leady, but Inferior wa weak. Neat week
8.(00 bales will be offered. The arrivals
of wool for the fifth series of sa-
amount to 17.104 bale. Including (,288
balea forwarded direct to spinners. 1 no
Imports thla week were l oll bale.
ST. LOUIS. July 14. WOOL, Steady:
meflium graaes, comoing and) clothing, 24
rtSc; llgtlt fin. lltJiSc: h
1 17c; tub washed, 82 6 88 ttc
heavy flpe, 14
Saga and Helassee.
NEW YORK. July 14 -SUOAR-Raw.
steady; fair refining. 8 l-3e; eentrlfufrsL
a tear, xs-ic: motasses sugsr, J Il-3jc
refined, steady; No. T, 4-00c; No. , IKc;
roo. 1". save; ro. ii, sine; ro. li, IS6C; rvo.
13. 8.74c; confectioner' A. 6.06c: rut loaf.
6 40c; crushed. 6 4oc: powdrred. 4.80c: granu.
latea.' s. uc; ruoss, soc.
NEW ORLEANS. July 14 -SCO Alt -
Dteady; open kettle, centrifugal. Ml 7-iae:
centrifugal yellow, SHftVc; sevcoads, tjlHjC.
sijtv, r s&u av.
" Metal Market.
NEW YORK .June 14. METALS The
metal markets, a usual on Saturday In
the absence of London cable, were quiet
ana price nominally 4inrnanaed. Tin.
SJfrW 60, on spot. Lake rnp(r, 18.l7a
in .o, eienmivric copper, lis. is so; cant
ing. 817.76V14 0O. Lead. 85.76. Spelter. Si iH
i iron wss sirany, out unrnanged
ST. LOUIS. July I4.-METALA-I.ead.
teaay, so mna.Te. Opeitsr, quiet, Ss 86.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
I W.ll Street Market it Dull. tftrrow, Blnr-
eiih grid Isconsiittnt
BANK STATEMENT MAKES GOOD SHOWING
Attempt to Taka rraalt Beiaaa-
- tlra Pawer TlaSe Is
NEW YORK. July 14. No slgnlflcance
can be attached to the sluggish snd Incon
stant movement of prices in todsy dull
sna narrow market. a lavoranis nanK
statement wss generally expected and
board room traders attempted to advance
prices on the prospect. No serious selling
pressure was met on the small sdvsnces,
but there waa no follow up to the move
ment and the trsders operated only with
the utmost caution, amounting to timidity.
When they attempted to reallie profits
on early ssles before the close they found
the market as bsr of resl absorptive
power as It wss of selling pressure. A con
dition of profound neglect was disclosed.
The tsking of profits left prices close to
the level at which they left off Inst night.
The bank statement showed restorstlon of
rsther more than last week s loss In the
surplus Item. The $14,845,000 loan contrse-
tion wss attributed to the weak stocK
market liquidation and the excess in the
cssh gsln over the prellmlnsry estimates
was credited to a correction of the die
crepanc In thst item last week. Tho
week s reosvments or eovernmeni depos
its are shown to have amounted to fl,4ir).oo
exclusive of drafts by Interior banks upon
New York accounts for that purpose. The
report from Washington thst $4,ooo.ono to
i.w.niin government money was neing ae
poslted In Interior banks wss regarded as
promising an onset to tne eneci oi me cur
rent withdrawal of $lrt,ooo,ooo which wifl
affect nrlncinaUv the New York banks.
The rise In government 2a which are thus
In demsnd. as security for the government
deposits, Is expected to help the msrketlng
of the new Panama canal bonds. Large
arrlvsls of South African gold were re
ported In F.na-lanri snd there was some
discussion of the possibility of a part of It
being obtained for New York, nut nana-
mrm tnnriA no Lnnnn ocemen I on ine sunjeci
The market closed steady. Total sales of
bonds, psr value, $fi07,0d0.
The following are tne quotations on in
stlra. Hlgn. uw. ie.
Amalgamated Copper ....
American C. A F
American C. A F. pfd....
American Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton oil pfd
American II, ft b. pfd...
Americas lc, securities..
Amerlcsn Llnssed OH
Americas Unseed Oil BJ4
II4 46 Vk
Am. Locomotlvs pf4
Amarlcan 8. A It ,..
American 8. A R. pfd....
American Susar Refining.
Am. Tnnscco pfd etfa
Anacnnds , Mining Co
Atlsntlc Coast Una
Pal. Ohio pfd ..:
Broohlrn Rapid Transit...
i. inn ts
" iiio itst
Central of New Jarsay
Central Leather ,
Cantral leather pfd
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago Oreat West am
Chicago A Northwest an...
Chlcaso. Mil. St. r
Chicago T. A T.....1
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C, c., C. A St. L
Colorado Fuel A Iron
Colorado A Bouthorn
Colorado A Bo. 1st pfd
Colorado A Bo. 24 pfd
1,100 174 171
Corn Producta, rfg
Corn Products pfd, rfg
Delaware A Hudson
Delaware, L A W
Donvar A Rio Grands
D. A R. O. pfd
Erie i st" pfd '. '. '.
Erie 24 pfd
Great Northern pfd
1,100 HI (II
International Paper pfd....
International. Pump pfd.,..,
Intorborough Mat. pfd.....'.
Iowa Cantral pfd .-.
Kansas City Bouthorn
Kanaas City Bo. pfd
LoulaYllls A Nashvlll
Minneapolis A St. Louis....
M.. Bt. P. A 8 B. M
M . St. P. A 8. 8. M. pfd..
Missouri, Ksnsss A Taxss. .
M , K. A T. pfd
National R. R. of St.
Now York Cantral
Now York. O A W. .......
Norfolk A Wasters.
Norfolk A W. pfd.....
North Amsrtcsn ...........
Pad no Mall
P.. C. C. A Bt. L
Pressed Steal Car
Proassd 8. C. pfd .......
Pullman Palsoa Car
Reading 1st pfd............
Heading Id pfd..;
1.500 4444 44
It. 300 111 117
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Island Co
Rock laland Co. sfd
81. L. A 8. F. Id pfd
St. Louia Southweatara....
St. Louis 8. W. pfd
Bo. PaclBo pfd
so. naiiwar pfd
Tsnnsssss Coal A tros....
Texas A Pacific ,,
Toledo, Bt. L. A W.......
T . St. U A W. pfd
t'nlon Pacific ,
I'nlon Pact So pfd
I OHM Slates Eipraas
t'sttsd Siaiaa Raaltr
I nllod Stataa Rubber
I 8. Rubber pfd
t'nlted SUUaa Btaal..
V. B. Steal pfd
Vs. -Carolina Chemical ...
Va -Carolina Cham, pfd..,
Wslla-Fsrgo Enprass ....
loo 171 171
wastlngbouas glsotlio ...
Waatom trnlon ,
Wheeling Lake Brie...
w laconaln Central
Wis. Central pfd
1M 44 44
Total aalas tor th dar, In. loo shares.
Boston Stocks and Boast.
uobton, July 14. -Call loans, tm
veni. iinie loans. rer rent.
closint oa stock and. bondt:
A tab I son adj. 4a
so 4a T
Mag. (.'antral 4s....
American sing .,
Boston A Albany..
"Boston A Main.
Cat. A Heels....
Boston Elavstad ...
Copper Range ...
Masa. Mining ...
'mchburg pfd ...
N. T.. N. H. A H.
asser. Args. Chain.
Assr. Pnsu. Tuba.
Mout. C. A C...
Old Paaslnloa ...
Amor. T. A T
Amer. Woo Ian
Dominion I. A 8
adlson Else. Illu..t40
I t'nlted Copper
tnlUMI Shoe Mack..
t . 8
I. B. Stool
Wasting, eoataioa .
"ew Tarlc Mining ttaek.
NEW YORK. July 14. Closlne annt.iinn.
en mining stock were-
Adsass Cant M ' Ltula Cki. a
A Ilea .
Brusowlak Cos ..
Small Hopa ..
tea. Cal. A Vs...
'Horn Silver ....
Iron 81 Ivor
Leadvills ran ....
Kxaert aad la
i gort a.
NEW YORK. Julv 14 Imiuin.
rhandise and dry gooda at lha
New York for the week ending today were
vaiueu ii sia.on.aja; iocsi import of specie
846.68 sliver and I5ISJ m gold. Total ex.
ports of specie were 8o0lB36 silver ni In .
8U gold. ' .
Clenrlngt Hense Averages.
NEW YORK. July 14 The statement
of the clearing house banks for this week
ehowe that the banks hold 81I.S86.6O0 over
th legal reserve requirement. Tblq 1
n Increase of $ $. T?S as compared with
lasf w eek. Tfl statement folows:
lxans. 1.n.l,:3x.40: ncrf, in. 344.
00. Ieposlts, $t. 02$. 82,00(i: decrease,
$12 411.700 Circulation, 84.65$.Bnn; In
crease. 8110,900. Legal tender. 8sr,.x72.
800: increase, $1,807,600 Specie. $li,-
41800; Increase, $1. MO. 300. Reserve.
$2S. 81 8.800; Incresse. $J.!l2.8O0. Reserve
requlren, - i:bs.sj,"": oecrease, iu"i,.
t$. Surplus, $1J.JO,00. Increase,
$.8S.718. Kx-l nltert mates deposits, !.-
247,000; increase, is.sas.iia.
Raw York loaey Market.
NKW TORK. July 14.-MONEY-ON call,
nomlnsl; no losns; time money easier; sixty
days. 4'4 per cent: ninety days, 41 per cent;
six months. fl4j per cent.
PRIMK MERCANTILE FAPER-trW
BTF.RMNO EXOHANOE-Stesdy. with
actual business In bankers' b'lls at $4 M60
4 (,41V i for demand snd at $4 $1 7VjJ4 81 6 for
60-day bills; posted rates. $4 2'Tti4 85;
commercial bills, 84 81VfJ4 H.
SILVER Bsr, 6BVtc; Mexican dollar.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
(Quotations on New tork bond today
were a follow:
It. S. rf. is. wf i.-IM Jtpun
i.Jrsn M, M psr.m. .. ex
...lf!! e tvta nit
...ICS V cu - fenea l
...in t,. A N. unl. 4s tH4
U. . . re
4o coupon ......
V. . old 4a re.
C S. now 4s. r
Am. TobScoo 4(..
Atrhloon son. 4t.
Atlantic C. L. 4.
Man. f s. 4t I0IH
...m4Mei. (ontral 4t 74
... 77 do 1st Ine HH
...11IS Minn. St. I, 4l... t
...If'H' M.. K. A T. 4 IW-t
... tft do ti W4
WH N. k. R of M c. 4s.
Bl. a Ohio 4 13 N
V. C. (. IS...". rS"4
Brk. R. T. c. 4...
(nlrl of 0. is.
do 1st ine
do 34 ine
F44 M. J ( S 1M
: i ns. Pscino 4 ii
1I1V in 1 7t4
IN. A W. r. 4s inn
U o. S. L. rrdg 4s '
87 Penn. ronr. SWs
do (4 ine
f'h. A Ohio 4(4s... 1074a Res'llns (n 4s !
Chlraso A. IV.... n St. !,. I. M. e. SS..114
C, B A Q. S. 4s... V St. I., ft 8. F. t. 4s. ?
C, R I. P. 40.... 7S St. 1,. H. W. e. 4s... 1W
do Ool. SS K Seshnsrd A. U 4a.... ST
CVt SI. U g. 4s. .10OV So. rarlfln 4s - 1V
Coin. Ind. lis, sor. A. 7tilAo. Hsllwsr (s llSSsj,
dn ssrtss U...
Tsias P. li.
rnlorado Mid. 4s.
Colo, a Bo. 4s...,
Cuba 6s ,
P. R. O. 4S...
IXstlllors' 8er. is
Brl p. I. 4s....'.,
dn sen. 4s
. . IM
T., 8t. L. A W.
Cnlon PsrIAc 4s..,
- 8. Btesl 24 is.
do deb. B
e(.teni Xd. 4a...
A . U K 4s...
A'ls. (,ntrtl 4s..
Hocklns Vsl. 4s.,..10i!
London Closing Storks.
LONDON. July 14. Closing quotation on
the Stock exchange were:
Consols, money ..17 11-14, N. Y. Ontnl
17 Norfolk AW..
. 77 do pfd
. 19 Onlsrlo A W
.103 ; Pennsylvsnla
,.11 Rsnd Mines
,.lf Reading ..,
.. fji do 1st pfd
..17 do 2d pfd
,.17 Southern Hallway
.. 17' do pfd
.. ?9 Southern PaclBo .
.. 17 ll'nion Paclno
.. 401 do pfd
aitlmors A Ohio..
anadtan Pacific ...
Chca. A Ohio ,
Chicago Ot. W
M St. P....
. A R. O
do 1st pfd
dn Id pfd
.. " I'. 8. eteel...
Illinois Central ...
Louisville A Nash
.110 Wabash .
.141 do pfd
.. K. A T.X....
Arm, 30 5-lfid per ounce.
SI I A' ER Bar,
ftiomr. i ivgi per cent.
The rate ot discount In the ooen market
for short bills Is 8 per cent; for three
month' bills, &31-16 per cent.
LONDON. July 14. Money was plenti
ful at easy rates in the market today, but
he demand was poor. Discounts were
weak. Trading on the Stock exchange
was moderately active. There was suin
uneasiness early In the day owing to
feara that another firm was in difficulties,
but when it was ascertained that the (lit
flcultlej had been adjusted a general fm
provement set in and prices closed steady.
Foreigners were quiet in the anance of
Paris support. Americans were fla best
section. United States Steel, Union Pa
cific and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fa
received the most attention. Japanese
Imperial ns of 1904 closed at 103. -
BKRiuiN. juiy 14. Trading on tne
Bourse today was stagnant.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade and ttootatloa oa
Staple aad Fancy Prodace.
EOOS Receipts, liberal; fresh stock, 144c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, imiiiluc; roosters.
Dc; turkeys, 12iil3e; ducks, 7c; spring chick
ens, lHifiOc per lb.
BUTTER Packing stock, 14V4c; choice
fancy dairy, 16c; creamery, 2'uilhic
If A i Price quoted by umana r eea com
pany: Choice upland, .00; medium, (.io;
coarse, tS.OMin.BO. Rye straw, o.Uil'7.00.
brain rer ton, wo.oo. i
TOMATOES Illinois, per crate ot 20 lb. J
WAX BKANS Per market basket of
about IS lbs., fioc:
STRING BEANS Per market basket 01
about 15 lhs., 60c. ,
TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROTS
Per dos. bunches, 25c.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouae, per oo.
CLCUMBKKo liome grown, per aoa.,
60c; Ttxas, per bu. box, 82.00. '
ONIONS Home grown, 2Ho per lb.;
Texas, In crates, white, 8176.
GREEN ONIONS Per doz. buncoes, ZOe.
RADISHES Per doB. bunche. 16c.
CABBAGE Horn grown, 2c per. lb. -CAULIFLOWER
Per dox. head, 75c.
GREEN PEAS-Per bu., 81.00.
NEW POTATOES-Per bu., 80c.
POTATOES Horn grown, per bu., 60
NAVY TtEANS Per bu .; no. j, xt.io.
LIMA BEANS Per lb., 6S4c.
DATES Per box of 30-lb. pkg., $2 00;
Hallowe'en, In TO-lb. tjoxes, per lb., 6c;
Bayers, per lb.. 4c; walnut bluffed, 1-lb.
pkgs., 82.00 per dos.; 8-lb. boxes, 11.00.
UKAMita v.ailtornia, extra rancy nar-
ela. larae alxe. S4.tfu.00: Mediterranean
sweets, all slaves, S4.0maH.60; . VaJenclaa, all
alien' IS (yri&.fiO.
LEMONS-Umonlfri, extra rancy. o
ise, 86.00; 300 to 300 else, 8.60tl7.UO; other
brands 8100 less.
FlUa California, per iit-in. canon, ing
8oc; imported Smyrna, three-crown, 11c;
BANANAS Per mecmim-siita puncn.
8a.7Hi2.26; jumbos, S2.50U3.00
PINEAPPLES Florioa, vise 4. oo ana
CHERRIES California, 12) per 8-lb. box;
our cherries, 24-qt. crate, ll.oo.
GOOSEBERRIES fer crat oc qi.,
FKACHKB Hale eHriy. gi.oo yeuow iree-
tone, 81.26: Texas Elbertas, per 4-baskt
PLUMS California. S1.50MT.7B.
BLACK BERK I E8 Per 24-ql. crate, 82 36.
RASPBERRIES Red. per 24-pt. crate,
S2.U0: black, per 24-qt. crat. 63.00.
AFKit u rn rer i-Dassei crate, ii.to
CURRANTS Home-grown, white and red.
per 24-qts., 1.60.
WATERMELONS Per lb., lVc. or about
CANTELOUPES California, per crate,
standard, 84.26; ponies, 83.00; Texas, per
crate, about 46 melons, 3.oo; ponies, li.OO.
CUT MEAT PRICES.
Rib, No. 1, 12c; No. t. 10c; No. 3. Sc.
Icoln. No. L 16c: No. 2. 12V4C; No. 8. Ho
Chuck, No. 1, 6c; No. 2, 6c; No. 8, 4c.
Round, No. 1, V: No. z. bc; No. 3, lc
Plate. No. 1, 3c; No. i, 3c; No. 3, 2Vc
CIDER Per keg, S3.7i, per bbl.. 8675.
HONEY New, oer 24 lbs.. 13.60.
CHEESE-wlss, new. 16c; Wisconsin
brick, 12c; Wisconsin llmberger, 12c; twins
UM; young America!, loc.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1. soft shells, nei
crop, per lb., 16Vc; hard shells, per lb.
13V4C. Pecans, large, per lb., 14c; small
per lb., 12c. Chill walnuts, per lb., 12&13HC,
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hsrd
shells, per lb., 16c,. Cocoa nuts, 84 per Back
SUGAR Granulated cane. In bbl.
85.16; granulated cane. In sack, 15.11; gran
uietea tet, in sacks, to.ui.
SYRUP In bbls.. 27c per gal.: in cases,
10-16. cans. 31.70; cases 11 5-lb. cans. 8180
cases 24 2-id. cars, li so.
COFFEE Roasted. No. S5r 26Hc per lb.
ino. a), yf,a per id.; ino. b, ibj per it.
No. 30. 154c per lb.; No. 21. 12ic per lb.
ci Ktu FISH Family whltenah, per
quarter ooi.. ksi ids., m w; iNorway mack
t-rel. No. 1, 828 00: No. i. MOO; No. 3. t-'OOO
Irish. No. 2. SISurt; herring, In bbl., 200 lbs
eecn, Norway, 4k, Sl-oo; Norway, Sk, 818.00
Holland, mixed.- Ill 00; Holland herring, in
kegs, milkers, 0c; kegs, mixed, 70c.
CAIN in bi) GOODS Corn, standard west
rn, 6otT; Maine. 811s. Tomatoes, t-lb,
cans, ii.Z5ii.bo: 2-lb.. 7Uc(utl.uu. Pines i.
pies, grated, 2-lb., 82 064.'. 30; sliced, 81 W
gallon spples. fancy. 83 90: California
apricot. tl.40tjl.OO; pears. tjl. 754180;
reeehe. fancy, 1.7dj2.40; H. C. peaehe.
k!Oui2 60. Alaska aimon, red, 8125; fancy
Chinook, T., 13. lo; fsncy sockevs, F.. 81 86;
ardlne. oil. 62-50. mustard. 82 &i3 10.
Sweet potatoes, 81 167'1,26; sauerkraut, 1) 00;
pumpkins. 0cjl.U); wax besns, 2-lb., "s'a
9-c; lima beans, 2-lb., 75C&S1 86; spinach
S1S6; cheap peas, Mb., 60c, extra, 755aic;
fancy, 8l.86ttl 78.
HIDES AND TOLLOW-Green salted.
No. 1. USc; No. J. ll"c; full hides, SSo.Wc;
green hides. No. 1. loc; No I, t-c; horse,
tl.froatat; sheep pells. 60c$l.tt. Tallow.
No. 1. 4c; No. 2. Sc. .
WOOL-per lb, IsCSt-a.
8MADA L1YE STOCi MlltlET
rt Cattle Ehow Doidd Improfement
fr th Week.
HOGS TEN CENTS HIGHER FOR WEEK
llealrable Fat hea tiros All th
Week, with a Teadeaey Te- ,
warn Low Price ea
SOUTH OMAHA. July 14. I
Omclsl Mnndsy ....
Official Tuesday ....
Official Thursday ..
Cattle. Hog. Sneep.
... 8.M3 4.S6I .t
... $.0T 8.W1 $.4
... 8.SIW 7 1 i.8i
... 8.0 8.7B7 8.4
... 1.2e 8.il4
umrii t riaay .
Saturday 10 4o(
L.ast week ,
Two weeks ago.
Three week ago
Kour week atjo
Same week last vear
RECEIPTS FOR TUB YEAR TO DATE.
The following table show th receipts
of cattle, hog and sheep s-t South On, aha
lor the year to date, compared witn last
l(k. 1"&. inc.
4M.771 4f7,;i5 i.1'i'8
1.53H.SSI 1 1,SS3.4"5 14B.!Ui
7W.ic.i 771, 97 :4.t48
The following will show the prices paid
for the dim-rent kinds of cattle on the
South Omaha mar kit:
Uood to choice coin-fed steer $S 40fi 00
Fair to good corn-fed steers fj.Atvao.TO
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4.6"u tiO
Oood to choice cow and nelfers.,
t-alr to good cows and lisllrrs. . . .. ,
Common to fair cows and heifers.,
Oood to choice Blockers A 1 cede vs.
Fair to good Blockers A feeders...,
Common to fair stock rs
Mulis, stsgs, etc
The follnwlna? tshle shows th
it. 7t '44. 10
price of hog at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Pat. 1906. 11806. il804.li3. 1902. 1801. ilKI.
July 8 ...
6 281 6 U
5 60 7 44
r lj 4 82
I 76 8 81
47VU ( 2S
8 2fti 6 26
6 8fc 6 27
6 2b 8 18
8 88 6 V
6 32 6 11
6 73 1 6 I t
6 79 ( 17
I 6 11
t 83 ,
1 6 Ml t IS
7 83 6 81 6 IS
7 791 6 3 S 01
7 77 8 .6: 8 61
6 23 4 89,
6 68! 6 8s, 6 03; 6 2R
6 841 6 13
t 47 1 8 13 6 Ml 7n I 6 08
The following shows the number of car
of etocker and feeder shipped to the
country and their points of Destination:
M. Waif. Albion. Neb., F. E
C. W. VVhltney. Iowa Fall, la, N. W
George Dlnsdale, Palmer, Neb., W.....
E. E. Reed. 1-a Platte, Neb., M. f....
W. Coll, Dow City, la., I. C
Oeorge Arnott. Craig. Mo.. Q
RANGE OF PRICES.
I (11 io
I (1V) IB
The official numwr
brought In today by each road was
Seattle. Hogs. Sne p. H'r'.
Union Pacific system
A N. W east
C. A N. W.. west
C. St., M. A O
C, B. A Q .east
C, B. A Q .west
C, R. I. A P.. east....
C-. R. I. A P., west...
Chicago O. W
cr..l ....olnta 4
ti.. 1..11100 of the day's receipt was
aa follows, each buyer purchalng the num
ber of head lnalc 1 cattle.
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Company
udahy Packing Co
Armour A Co.........
Klngan A CO ....
St. Louts D. B. Co.
CATTLEIt i bardlly 'necessary to tat
that the market was Dare oi supim.
a that 1 the condition every Saturday
The receipt this week, have been almost
double what they were. lat week. The ar-
rival have consisted nimuwv
native or fed stock, not enough graBS rang
er having arrived to cyt any figure on th
mTheeupply of fat cattle has been fairly
liberal during the week, a considerable pro
portion of the total receiota consl.tlng of
that kind. A usual, this fate W the season
the cattle coming are of good quality a a
rule. The market on ail desirable aT"" J
fat beevea nas sieauny luisn 'f
the close of the week It Is safe to quote
It lOCuc higher than one week ago. There
has been a very good buying demand and
the cattle on nearly every day sold readily
at current prices. A nigh as 36.00 wa.
paid, which make a new high record for
Cowhand heifer brok badly during th
first part of the week, but have gradually
firmed up until the loe haa been pretty
much recovered, so that th market la now
about where It was at th close of last
week Oood feed bulls commended very fair
prices all the week, dui anymm wisw in
that line wa low and-considerably lower.
Veal calves of good quality have old aa
high a 86.60, tht being the top on mo
day, while less desirable grade nave soia
Th.r. ! never very much doing In the
feeder division in July and tbe present week
has furnished no excepuun io niw imt. uw
fact I that very few cattle of that descrip
tion have arrived, and there ha been very
little demand for them on the part of coun
try buyer. Such cattle aa have come in
have sold quite resdily at about steady
prices to speculators ana ysra iisavre.
HOOS The market opened this morning
with good light hogs In active demand at
i,iv lirlc.s. In other words the light
hogs oia very iriy sum vtimiymu t
in b The heavier hogs and mixed load
also opened about .steady, aelltng freely at
86 67, OUt tnere were wvaa eyuta m uiv
trade on that kind when It waa Impossible
to get teady price. Rough heavy hogs on
the pacaing oraer sum uhwii m
14 63V The bulk of all the hogs sold at
86 b74o eu.
The receipt of hog have not been overly
large thla week, although slightly in xces
of th week before. The market as a
whole has been in very saiisiaciory condi
tion tn tha extent of that prices have been
gradually Arming up, so that the high point
ot the year wui rcnnicu, uu w runrDusy,
when all the hoga In the yards averaged
S6.64SC. On Thursday and Friday there
was an easier lenuency 40 vaiurs, uui slui
t the close of the week the market 1 10
hlKher than one week ago.
a. Av Bn. r
IM 1 n
II 4 17
144 4 IT.
... 4 HH
40 4 47 V4
44 4 17
0 I II
400 I 47
IM 4 I7
... I IT'S)
IM 4 17
ItO 4 17
0 I SO
40 4 14
M I 54
140 4 M
. .141 III IM
.144 ... 4 M'
. .151 40 4 tiVs
. .144 M IH
. ill M I 44
..111 140 4 14
TT . .
44 I 14
10 4 44
IS I 14
4 4 44
120 4 M
40 4 44
904 4 II 1
M I M
... 4 64
.. It '
I li t
4 17 Z
I 40 '
.. g gTVg
M I US
44 4 41V,
40 I 41 -
.. I I1S4
40 4 474
... 4 4.-
M 4 M
M 4 M
40 4 M
M 4 40
... 4 M
IM I M
4 4 44
IM I M
44 4 M
... 4 M
104 6 M
40 t M
40 I M
1 J "
I m "'
( !' '
j la "
j tl ..
... I l7,
104 I ITS
IM 4 4'
14 I IT ,
40 t 171
40 I I"
IM 9 M
, III M
14 4 M
14 4 M
M 4 41
.. 6 fi
.. 6 41
4 4 41'
I 1 1
.. M4 SO
... 4 17
lie i ti
ISO 4 4-
140 I 'a
IS I IT
SIIK.KI Two cars of sheep were reported
In today, a wind-up of the larn-e. bunch of
Montana which have been coming In all
The receipt of sheep this week have been
very liberal, there being a decided gain
In the total as compared with the week be
fore and also a considerable gain over tha
corresponding week a year ago. This week
witnessed the opening of the range season
and the receipts have cniialsted very
largely of thst kind, there being only a
very Tew scattering loads of fed stock. Tbe
market a a whole haa been In a very fair
condition, but ss Is very apt to be the case
at the beginning of a scsson It has been a
llttl uncertain. In other words there hsve
been both tips snd downs, so that while
soma sheep sold higher toward the end of
tha week than they did st t lie) beginning,
other, on the contrsry. sold off. The gen
eral 'tendency of the market was higher
on th good kinds and a considerable ad
vance was made, especially on the year
lings. If there were sny spring lambs here
ther would undoubtedly have to sell lower,
judging from the conditions prevailing at
other n-.srket points. All common and hajf
fat sheep were slow and weak on the close
and shippers would be sctlng wisely In
keeping that kind st home as they are not
wanted st flie nreaent time. The flooding
of th msrket with Inferior stock at the
present' time would be very apt to breaa
vslues., The fact that eastern markets have
oecjir.ed ehsrply within the last two or
three days places the market Is a position
to be readily affected bv a surplus of com
Oiioistlnns: Oood to choice spring lambs.
Wi,Vg7.V; fair to good spring Ismbs, 31 2ifl
t 75; good to choice yrsrlingn,, 3(v7iVfv ;
fair to good yesrllnss, 8 .BOfJit. 75; good to
choice wethers. STj.2568 66: fslr to good
wethers, 11 Mli! 25; good to rlmice ewes,
S4.!nR.SB; rnir to good ewes, 34.6t'o4.90.
No. Av. Pr.
Sit full wether 92 6 62i
CHICAGO 1.1 YK STOCK
Cattle Ktradr Unas steady to IMrona
sheep and Ijimba Hteady.
CHICAGO, July 14. CATTLM Receipts.
700 head; market steady; beeves. Sl.l&W
6. ."6: cows and heifers, SLSOuA-lo; stin kers
and feeders. 2.ica4.40; calves, S5.0fro0.75.
HOGS Receipts, 18,000 head; e.itiinated
JI.Ti'ii x'j. x" !";ong:
snd ouirMiers. 8n 6o& . Jo ; good heavy, Sd.T.Vif
.2H; rough heavy, i.an'tt.45; light, Pi.Wi
f 2Vi pigs, Sn.7Ou6'.40; bulk of sales, SO.WKff
. I i
BftEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.mo j
neao; market steadv; sheep, S3 3i(fl.l0;
yearlings, Si TCtvti.oO; lambs. 8o.004tS.O0. .
Kansas City Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, July 14.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 hesd, Including 60 southerns.
Market steady; choice export and dresaed
beef steers, S6.40nt.10; fair to good, SI.(H"
8.40; western fed steers. 3.75'96.i5; stockcrs
snd feeders, S2. 75 4.25; southern steers, S--75
I16.OO; southern cows, S2.sii3.aO; native cuwa,
fJ.ftoiJ4.50; native heifers, S300'yvi.; bulls,
82404.00; calves. S2.5(Vfl6.00. Receipts for
the week, 47,4i head.
HOGS Receipts. 8 500 head. Market
steady to weak; top, S; bulk, t5.7i.7b;
heavy, Sf.70j75; packers. SH.7troM.8i; pigs
and lights, 86 90g.76. Receipt for tbe
week. 44,500 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 800
head. Market nominally ateady. Receipts
for the week, 23,300 head. .
St. ftala Live Stork Market.
BT. LOUIS, Mo., July 14. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head; no Texans. Market steady:
native shipping and export steers, 81 tMr
6 00; dressed beef and butcher steers, 84 10
fqfi 40; steers under 1.000 pounds, 83.7634.60:
Blockers and feeder, .Wfc4.0O; cow and
heifers, S2.10W6.26; canners, 81.0062-00; .bulla,
82604.75; calves. 83 00(16.00; Texas and In
dian steers, S2.3Vfj4.6iJ. cows and heifers,
II. 764S 26.
HOGS Receipts, l.Rno head. Market 6c
higher; pigs Snd lights, In.5tr416.no; packers,
8lii.90; butchers and best heavy, SS.o&f-
No sheep on aale.
ew York LIto Stork Market.
NEW YORK, July 14.-REEVE8-Re-
ceipts. 400 head. Market steady; dressed
beef quiet, 7f(T9c ; cables unchanged. Ex
ports, 694 head cattle and 6,800 quarters of
CALVES Receipts. 9 head. Market was
weak; dressed in light supply; city dressed
veals. 8frl2c; countrw dressed, 6tillc,
HOGS Receipts, 2.857 head. Market waa
feeling a trifle easier.
SHEEP AND liAlUHs-neceipts, m,i
head. Market steady: sheep steady at 83.00
63 26, choir 85.60; lambs, 6.00&8.12tt; gen
eral sales, S6.6tV38.00.
St. Joseph I. It Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 14. CATTLE
Receipt, 116 head. Market steady ; natives,
S4.60jS.00; cow and heifer, 1.7o!o6.00;
tocker and feeder, 13.0083.75.
wns Reorlnts. 6.960 head. Msrket
steady; light. 86.70ti-6.80; medium and heavy,
S.ti6'ui.76; nulK or sales, en.iuiav.io.
SHEEP Receipt, none.
Slooa City Live Stork Market.
8IOUX CITY. Ia.L July 14. (Special
Telehram.) CATTLE Receipts. 100
head; market steady; beeves. 84.26ff B7j;
cow, bulls and mixed, 82.26- 4.80; stock
ers and feeders, 13.2604.00; calves and
HOOS Receipts, 5.300 head; market
weak: elling at 8S.46f 6.60; bulk of ales,
Stock la Sight.
Receipt of live dock at th six principal
western maraeis yesirruay
Oil and Roala.
NEW YORK, July 14. OILS Cotton
eed, barely ateady; prime crude, f. o. b.
mills, ile; early new crop. 86 4a & 87 c.
Petroleum, steady; refined. New York,
87.80: Philadelphia and Baltimore. $7.76;
Philadelphia and Baltimore, In bulk, 14.65.
Turpentine, quiet; 69 60 "AC.
ROSIN Oulet; strained, common to
good. 3 90 1.85.
OIL CITY. Pa.. July 14. OIL Credit
balances, 81. 64. Shipments, 61.040 bhls.;
66,047 tltllS. KUnS, YV.S4.1 DOIS.
?rVh?.US0Vver.ae. rfoo bbl "l ma
run, 46,790 DDI.; average, unii.
SAVANNAH. July 14 OI L Turpentine,
ROBIN Firm: quote: A. B. C. S33f7j356;
D . 3.7sH; B.. UfeVs: P.. 14.00: H.. 14.15; 1..
84 80; K., 84.40: M.. 14.60; N., 84.60; W. O.,
84 65; W. W 14.75.
NEW YORK, July 14. COTTON Spot,
closed dull; middling uplsnds, 10.90c; mid
dling gulf. 11 16c; no sales.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., July 14 COTTON
Bteedy; middling, lie; no sales; receipt. 12
bale; shipment, 267 bale; stock, 27,031
NEW ORLEANS. July 14.-COTTON-
Spot, quiet, sales, 35 bales; ordinary 8c nom
inal; good ordinary, o-ic; low miaanng,
10c: middling, lie; good middling, 11 '-,(;
middling, fair, ll7c. nominal; fxlr, 12Sc
non-lnaf Receipts. 1.113; stock 46.425.
LIVERPOOL. July 14 COTTON-Bpot.
quiet; prices unchanged; American mid
dling, 6 12d. The sales of the day were
6.000 bales, all of which 600 were for specu
lation and export and Included 6.600 Ameri
can. Receipts, 6.UG bales, including 400
ETaoerated Apple and Dried Frnlta.
NEW YORK. July 14. EVA PORATED
APPLES Market Arm on reports that
present supplies will be entirely exhausted
before the new crop arrives. Prime, 11
lie: choice. uffjii4.c: rsncy, 12c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
In fair Jobbing demand st 7'&o. the
outside prices being nomlnsl In th
sence of supplies of th lower grade
rlcot carce and firm: cholre. 13c;
choice. 13Vc; fancy, 13fTl4Vc Peaches.
in light supply; cholc. loffllc; extra
choice, im, nie: fancy, 114ht12c: . extra
fancy, 114le. Raisins, firm: loose Mus
csiel. ',fr7c; seeded rslslns, 64tj7c; Lon
don layers, SI. 46.
OMAHA. July 14 Rank clearing for
teday were 11,441.076 41 and for the cor
responding dat last year 81,460,491.79.
Monday . .
Tuesdsy . .
. 1.489.0M 64
. 1.634.004 89
. 1,4(4 148 60
, 1.440 8 96
. 1,463.676 46
tl. 868.444 67
1.409 347 14
1 171,1462 fj
1. 603. 144 54
near Frlees Lower.
NEW YORK, July 14.-AH grades of re
fined sugar from Nos. 1 to 18 were reduced
16 cent per 100 pound today.
. NBW YORK. July 14.-4OFFEM-Market
future ruled steady to unchanged In keep.
Ing with featureless rsbles. There was
some scattered selling, but Importers were
Duyers. ine cine ws quiet, net unchanged
to 6 points higher. Hale. V) 500 hage. 1n
pludlruf September, 6 3b; August 6 80o; De-
eember, 8 Ron. Spot mark, teadyi If aw f
Rick Invoice.. ?V. . . s .. ,
TWO TRAGEDIES MUCH ALIKE
Striking; similarity Betweea tee Tfcaw
Case anal the Fassen Illseoek
A l" Jwy the cs when .sensa
tional murder takes plsce Ilk th shooting
of Stanford White by Harry K. Thaw on
the roof of Madison Srmsr Warden, the
public at once draw on th pr.st for the
purpose of comparing the tragedy with
some similar occurrence. It would be diffi
cult to conceive of ft more remarkable
similarity, In almost every detail, thsn that
which exists between the killing of Whit
and th assassination of I Harris Hlscock
In the lobby of Stnnwlx hall, at Albany,
on January 4, ISt'w.
Al'hotigh pearly half a century has
elapsed since the Hlscock murder, and the
pnajorlty of the participants In the case
have passed away. It would seem that If
Major Oenersl Oeorge W. Cols, the layr
of Hlscock. and Harry K. Thaw, th Blayar
I of White, had together discussed their do
mestlc troubles and had planned the nmi
method of ridding themkelve of what they
believed were the rsusck thereof, they
could hsve com no nearer to duplicating
cac-h other's sensational arts. The Blmi
larlty of the two Cases Is all the more re-'
mnrkahle In view of 1he fact thst the ssnvs.
defense thst was put forth In Cole's behalf
will he offered to save the nttsburg mil
lionaire from the electric chair.,
Htscork, llke'Whlte. was a msn of broad
Intelligence. As an orator' he won national
i fame. Like White, he moved In the most
'exclusive society circles,. and his, msgnlfl-
j cent home. In flyracuso was the scene of
i many an ultrnfashlonahle gathering. lis,
! was a patron of the arts. He rsma Of an
excellent family. His brother was Frsnk
,,, , .
Hlscock, afterward I nited Slate cnator.
' Hlscock, like White, adore,,! women, and
' gallantry and willingness to spend lav-
, ,, . . , , , . . . ,
' ,sllIr hl" fpm"ln companion made hi
' attention all the more acceptable. He
was a realy wit, an Intrepid lover.
The Hlscock murder, like the While
tragedy, waa the greatest sensation of tta
time. The historic old Delavan House and
Stanwlx Hall, In Albany, were ,the start
ing points of the tragedy. It was during
the Chrlstmss holiday and Just after the
legislature had begun the winter's ses
sion. The two famous hostelrles were filled
with soma of the nation's most prominent
The War had come to an end and th coh
stlti'itional convention, with Hlscock Bs It
most prominent member, ws In session In
the city. The state and country had not
yet tired of paying homage to the soldier
who had helped to preserve the union.
Among the honored ones none we mora
distinguished than Major Geperal Col,. who
rose from the ranks to be one of the first
soldiers of the land. His name wa a syn- -onym
for bravery. With Mrs. Cole, he wss
quartered at the Delavan House. Hlscock
had rooms at the Stanwlx.
On the evening of the tragedy Hlscock:
wss lounging carelessly against a pillar Jn
the rotunda of Stanwlx ha!!.' faultlessly
attired, and enjoying hi after-dinner cigar.
Two friend were listening to his always
Interesting views on some topic of the day.
While the three were in conversation Gen
eral Cole entered the lobby of Stanwlx hall
from Maiden lane. and. advancing directly
lo where Hlscock was standing, pulled A
revolver. Without a moment's hesitation .
he held the weapon against Hlscock 'B ear
and fired. Hlscock fell dead at his feet
"What did you do this forT" shouted' one
of the dead man's friends.
"He ha betrayed my wlfel I was' at the
war; the evidence is clear; I have the
proof!" shouted General Cole above th
commotion that ensued following the shoot
ing. It will be recalled that after Thaw killed
White he turned to the witnesses of hi act
and said: "He ruined my wife, and I got
Cole was tried twice for the crime, th
defense in both cases being emotional In-
sanity. The first trial, begun on April &
and ended on May 7, 1868, waa before Jus
tice Ingraham, lr the court of oyer and
terminer. The result was a disagreement.
The second trial wag ended December 7, of
the same year, and resulted In the acquittal
of Cole. No case of recent' years haa held
public Interest like the Hlscock case. Dur
ing both trial extraordinary effort were
made to get seats In the court room. The
railroads carried thousands of passenger
to the city on the day the cas went to the
Jurjr. and when the verdict of "Not guilty"
wa announced the scene in the court room
and outside the building wag Indescribable.
The cheering could be heard for several
blocks, and it wag In vain that th court
endeavored to restore order. Sympathy
was strongly in favor of Cple, and h re
celved many letter commending him for
the manner In which he had disposed of
General Cole died at Mara, New Mexico,
on December 11, 1875, of pneumonia. His
wife Joined the Sisterhood of the Episcopal
church and died several year ago. Nw
Colombo Man Die In Panama,
COLUMBUS. Neb.. July 14.-(gpclaJ.)t-A
j message ws received here by the friend
1 Ernest Smith conveying
the aad news that, Mr. Smith had died at
Panama. Mr. Smith wa In th employ of
the government a a aurveyor; wa taken
sick with appendicitis, underwent an opera,
tion and died. He wa about SS years old,
wa born- In Columbu and llvd here most
of hi lifetime.. He wa the son of Samuel
C. Smith, an old-timer of Columbus, who
now Uvea In California. He leaves a sister
here, wife of Judge John G. Reeder Of thg
district court. '
HEAL E1TA1K Tit ANSFKFIS.
Addle D. Heyrt.an and husband to
Olive P. Tillotson, eH lots 1 and -
2, block KO. fc'iuth Omaha I L"M
W.' L. Selby. trustee, and wife, to W.
C. and Mi Wyrlck, lot 16, block 4,
W. ,L. SclSjy'g first add
B. M Delanry to John 11. Potter, lot
24, block 8. Ames Place ,,. 175
Miutha Ccrv'rixkl and husband to
John Ryna j--iskl and wife, lot 7,
block At Ivor Place OOQ
George M. I Bolt and wife to John
D. Crelghtcri. lots 2 and 3. block 2;
lota 1. 2 ai d 3. block 1, and lota t,
2, 6 and pitrt 3 and 7, in block 4.
De Bolt Place
C. C. Chofa to Addle L. Bonk, lot 14.
block l'J9. Pout a Omaha
5iV.-Farnain Smith & Co.
W offer subject to sal
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