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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JULY 17, 1909,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bullish Iorei.ru Newi Ontweichi HetTj
SEPTEMBER WHEAT HALF-CENT LOWER
torn Talk af Lighter Movement, a
Areoaat sf Ralaa, bat Estimate
(or Taeeday Are Large
Cora Ralea W eak.
OMAHA. July 11 IS.
Foreign wheat m bullish thia morning,
caoiea tim a penny higner and worlaa
snipment were ugnt. Opening prices were
u mgiitir, but aa trade was veiy Ugnt, tne
...am. i nela around the opening all day.
eioee was 4c above Saturday.'
ttalna were general In the souihwaat and
nonowem, ana there was some prediction
oi a lighter movement. On tne otner hand,
iweipta were heavy and the estimate lor
Ijin.,. iow la very large.
Geneial ralna over the corn belt made
the corn market wr. While receipts ware
sma.il, the casn aemand waa alow. Export
ocmand is practically nothing. Tha market
upenea vc down dr September and aus
vifiel lurtner loss of c.
Primary wheat recetpta wera L4.i0
Luaneia and shipment 394.0uo bushels.
against receipts last year of 1,1iu.OOO bushels
aiij-snipnenia or o.io bushels. Corn re-
ce.pts were 64,0W) bushels and shipments
eoi.ust bushels, against receipt a last year
ol tiia.Oiu bushela and shipments of 159,000
uuaneia. i learanree wera 40.WIO bushela or
wheat. t.W0 barrels of flour, 1W9.0U0 bushels
01 com ana iu.ijw bushels of. oata.
WsN-pr',,fc M I NEW 0RR STOCKS AND BONDS
r itLr.l-iiuii ; no. 1. oavaeitjc, aanipi,
No. I cash, 51fTfi2c; Sep-
JIW YORK GK1ER4.L MARKET
of the Day
NEW TORK, July 1 -FLOURReeelpt.
11.154 bbl ; exports. 1.17 bhle . ; steady, but
quiet. Minnesota patents. 14.10'cM 40; Minne
sota balers, U4.Va.lnh, wln'er-patents, n.o
S430; winter straights. t3 (4V(j i.": winter
extras. 12 wwl 40; low grade. t ffiS 26. Rye
flour, quiet; fair to good, t3 4"432.!s; choice
to fn-y. S vfj4 50.
CORNSIEAI Stead v: fine white and yel
low, tljogi.ia; course, ll.loyi.U; kiln dried,
2 Of.l jo.
RYE Dull: No. 1 wee tern 4710. f. o. n..
WH EAT-ReeelntB. 17.009 bit.: spot mar
kup firm; No. 2 red, 84c elevstor snd f. o.
b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, (19c, f. o.
b. afloat; No. 2 hard winter. Mo, nominal,
f. o. b. afloat. There was a strong upturn
In wheat today and considerable activity.
It started out W higher and remained
generally firm all day, having few reactions,
although much of tha home news wss bear
ish. The advance waa baaed on bullish
foreign news, export buying, a scare of
shorts and higher western markets. Final
price showed N4TVo net higher. May, K&
8Mac. closed at Wee; July, M ll-1Aa44e.
closed at c; September MHfi"4 6-16o,
clord at 4c; December, 84Vuic, closed
CORN Recetpta 87.074 bu.: exrorta.
216, TUB bu.; spot market, easy; No. t, KSc,
nominal, elevator, and o9V.o. nominal,
afloat; No. 2 yellow, V. nominal; No. 2
lilte. Ale. nominal. The option market
was quiet and generally weaker owing to
f;ood weather and crop newa, closing a
Ittle steadier with wheat at 'nil''" net
I loaar Julv tJUfifJiUu n1oaH at
aiirt un.Vh.J . wm nr wtiSKSc closed at 68,e
"w""i.1,nr-?nA,-'n' ' 66W7C closed at
; :JrAZ iccmjrJv!-vT """V"- wnit. so to 33 ir.. 4244e;
" I xg to 40 iba..
ciensed 2H.(fK busnela.
Kankln aays, in a wlra to tha Von Horn
drain company: "The cool weather
t.'.rughout northwest will allay apprehen
sion or rust, but at the same time will de
lay maturing of crop. Wheat harvest In
. North and South Dakota will commence
about August Ml and continue till Septem
ber 1. There will be soma wheat smith of
Northern Pacific railway In North Dakota
probably ready for harvest by August a."
Ixjral range of options:
Articles.! Open. I Hlgh.j Low. Close. Bafy.
Wheat I '
714B1 71SR T1HB 71HB
724 72B 7lA 72 A
47HB 47A 4THB 474A
46B 46'H 47A
A asked. B bid.
Omiks Cain Prleea.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 72t3T2He; No. t
hard. eWiTlHc; No. 4 hard, 6B69c; No. I
COJiN-No. S, 474c; No. 2 rellow. 48c; No.
2 white, 48349c.
OATS-No. ( mixed, 24Vt33Sc; No. t whits,
26Hrs3Uc; No. 4 white, IbVc.
. HVl--No. 4. 64 H; No. a, MHc
. Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 3M 242 V
Kansaa City 1M 21 . 17
Omaha , 47 17 10
Duluth J 19
Bt- UmiS 2M 72 1
CHICAGO ORAIM AND PROVISIONS
Featarea of tha Tradlasj and Closlaa;
' Prleea oa Board ol Trada.
CHICAGO, July 18,-ConUnued wet
weather In southern Russia, and diminished
exports from that country wars the chief
rraaons for a . strong tone today in the
local wheat market. At tha close Septem-
ber wheat waa up 3o. Corn and oata
wera off Vi'S-'ac. Provision wera un
changed to be lower.
Notwithstanding enormous receipts at pn
, 43c; natural
FEED Steadv: Drlnr bran. 212 25 prompt
shipment; middlings, 212.00 July shipment;
HAT Quiet: shinning. SMKbc: good to
Hunt steady; gtste, common to choice,
IIK oron, lOQito; 1(04 crop, nominal; olds.
nominal; racinc coast, isia crop, Naffinc;
lWM crop, 11c; olds, nominal.
HIIlA-ftteariv- nlv..ton M to tha.
V; California. 21 to 25 lbs.. 21c; Texaa,
dry,- 24 to 20 lbs., lie.
LKATHERBteadv; acid. 2WT27HC.
PROVISIONS Reef steadr: family.
2100W10.fiO; mens, B.flO.B0. Beef hams.
21.0022 6O; packet. 29.00198.50; city extra
India meas, 116.004ilS.b0. Cut meats, steady;
pickled belllea, 111.2613.00; pickled should
ers. 18.60ip9.00; plrJcled hams. HZ.EHtfU.7V
Iird, easy; western prime, 19.0og?.lo; re
fined, barely steady: continent. tW); South
America. 110.00; compound. 27.OOig7.2S. Pork,
steady; family, 119.00(8 19.60; short clears,
TALiOW-Steady; city (K.00 per pkg).
4 IV-16c; country (pkga. free), 43&c.
RICE Steady ; domestic, fair to extra, 0c.
BCTTER Stesdy; street price, extra
creamery. HW44f21c. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, lfty'820Hc; renovated.
common to extra, i2Wic; western tac
tory, common to firsts, 13ffl7c; western
Imitation creamery, extras, 18c; western
CHEBSB-Firm: new. state, full cream,
large, fancy, lic; fair to good. lOVflllc;
mall, fancy, 11 c; fair to good, lO-ijlOTic;
' EGOS Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy, selected, white. 24c: state.
choice, 22b23c; state, mixed, extra, 21tt22c;
western firsts, 17pl7Hc; western, lower
grades. lty?lSic; southerns, lf16c.
POULtkV Live, steady; chlckena, 22c;
fowla, Uc; turkeys, 10c Dressed, Arm;
western spring chickens, 1&'.'2c; turkeys,
Htt'lJc; XowU, U(gl4c
St. Ioaila General Market. .
BT. IXUI8. July 11. WH EAT Higher ;
No. 2 red cash, elevator, 76Hc; track, 7W
77c; September, 767Sc; December, 781ic;
No. 1 hard, 754779c
CORN Weak; No. I caah. $2He; track,
54c; September, 61Hc; December, 47HO.
niT!Lliwr: No. 2 caah. 17c: track. STVi
mary points In thia country the wheat mar- (jjRc; September. Sc; No. 2 white, 404c.
r n v wn eiruiis m.ii ui--uj wi " l aj i x, Bteauy; rea winter pairnit, ei.to
from Russia which told of continued un
favorable weather for harvesting and a de
crease In exports. Weekly statistics were
favorable to the bulls, the amount of bread
stuff on ocean passage showing a decrease
or J.17S.000 buaheia, ana uie worm s snip
24.60; extra fancy and straight, 13.7&34.!0;
BEBD Timothy, eteaoy; w.waoo.du.
Ti RAN Dull: aacked. east track. 7S875c.
HAY Steady; timothy. $12.6017.00; pral-
nlntl htn Anlv R 0tO IHIO hllM h.'la for the Vl- ftftniV7M9nO
IRON COTTON TIES fl.W.
week, aaalnat 9.920.0UO bushela last week.
Of this large decrease a heavy proportion
waa due to the decline In Russian ship--mr.
"Hfrorts covrred actively on receipt
of the Russian dispatches. Aa trading ad
vanced there was considerable talk of sales
in this country for export. Thia caused a
more general demand and held prices
steady. The market cloaed firm. Septem
ber opened MHe to Tfcfilo higher at TOH4J
''"(He. sold up to 79HC and cloaed at 78To.
Clearances of wheat and flour were eoual
to Tit m bn. The visible supply decreased
709OO bu. Primary receipts were l,o41.0O
bu., against l.OTO.ooo nu, tor tne oorrwspona-
KMP TWJNE-7HC. ,
PROVrsroRS Pork, steady: - - idliblng,
$17.06. Lard, lower; prime steam, W.65.
Dry salt meata. steady; boxed extra shorts,
19. ft: alaar ritia. t.874: ahort clears. 110 00.
Baoon, ateady; boxed extra short, $10.60;
clear ribs, iio.snh: anort clear. (iu.7.
POULiTRV steady; cnickena, luc; springs.
lie: turkeys. lec: ducka. c; geeae. ec.
BUTTER Bteady; creamery, is2ic;
XK eteaay at ue.
Ing day last year. Minneapolis. Duluth and Flour, bbla.
fhlr.m rerorted recelota of 686 cars, aa
against 276 cars last week and 241 oarg a
bontimont In tha mm market waa bear
ish because of rains In various sections of
the corn belt. The strength of wheat, how
ever, prevented any material decline In
firlce. Cash houses were the principal eel
ers and buvlng waa chiefly by commission
houses. The volume of trading was small.
The market closed eaay. Beptember opened
' Mtnneanolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 11. FLOUR
First patents, $4.1604.26; second patents.
$4.0004.10; first clears, $3. 1591.46; second
cleara, II. 60 i. so.
BRAN In bulk, iii.ot7is.7.
unchanged to Ho higher at 51 IV96ZC. sola on: .nd chlcaao delivery.) The
to 61Wc and cioaea at w'a-owiTiic. . range of pricee. aa reported by F. D. Day
ceipia were ' gt UO-. U0-U1 Hoard ol iTaae. was;
contracts were iyuio ii " "t: I Article. I open. High. Low. cioee.i nary.
inn in miriri iimu u i.- -
t ran era were the principal sellers and the wheat I
demand came from commission nouses, ocp- i May,
teirber openea uncnangea to i iiib"
eold off to 14c and cloaed at 14
CfMc. Local receipts were If cars.
Provisions wre ouu anu if v.
unusually large receipts of live hogs at the
stock yarda. At the close September pork
waa unchanged at $17.10. Lard waa off 60
at 1106. Riba were 60 lower at .o.
Katlmated receipts ror tomorrow.
2Se"J M 82Vi
71iS-7S 71"4 77la
w5-;i 78 71
74P73 794 78S
1 12 1 II 1 11
I 11 1 11 1 10H
1 10 1 10 1 OBVi
. Mlnneanolla Caah Close Wheat: No. 1
Tot rni: rn. 4t cars: oaU. 1 cars; boga, bard. Tc: No. 1 northern. lOVfcc: to arrive.
The leading futurn ranged as follows:
Artlclea.1 Open. Hlgh.l Ijow. Ooae.! Bafy.
ax l Ii. !
t 17Hi 10
T7So; No. 1 durum, (7c; No. I durum, 6o.
corn: No. x. 48V4C. oats: no. I wnite,
t&Hc; No. 2, JH4c. Barley: 16946a. Rye:
mQUc iriax: ii.jb4.
Kaaaaa Ctt y Grain and Prevlaloaa.
v ja a a pitt r . . w ia TvuriT tt
VAr , . . . . & wia
Changed to lc higher; July, 70c; Sep
m5 S3 hrd. TMkOlee: No. 1, 71Tic; No. 1 red.
- w-m , ;ikn Lncnanaen to 4c lower: Jul
494c: September. 41Vac: December. 44c
caah. No. 2 mixed. HVlHc; No. 2 while.
OAT eteaay; iso. j wnite, euxc; no.
HAT 8teady; choice timothy. $11,009
U do; cnoice praine, ft.sygv. ou.
BYE Steady : 66VWI67Sc.
EGOS Bteady ; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2, whltewood caaea Included. Uc; caae
count, it; caaee reiurnea, H leaa.
BL'TTtK Unchanged to firm; creamery,
Caah nuntatlona were aa follows:
PI-OUR Steady: winter patents, tl.60tf4.t0:
winter slralghta. $1 lwu.7. spring Datsnta,
13 7(m;- W; spring straignts, n.a,i.; paa-
WHKAT-No. I spring. 102c; No. 1
764T;c; No. 2 red, 7VKloc
, CORN-No. 2, 51c: No. 2 yellow, UVle.
OATS No. V 17c; No. 1 white, sVc; no,
x whtta. iltiSrc.
BARLEV Oood feeding. S&3'40c; fair U
ohnlrv malllni. 430600.
BEEJJS No. 1 flax, $1.06H; No. I northv
weetein, $1. Timothy, prime, $4.26. Clover,
con ti art grade. 111 aV
I'HOVISIOKS Short riba sldea (loose).
t J6-u9 eX Mesa pork, per bbl., $16.66. Lard,
rr lou Iba. Short clear sldi
Following were the receipt and ship
ments or nour ana gram: .
Receipt a. Bhlpmenta
.... tX.Ott 10,000
Corn, bu. .
Oata, bu. .
Liverpool Grain Market,
LIVERPOOL. July IC-WHEAT-SnoL
nominal; futures, steady; July, ea I Sid; Sep
tember, as Tl ; ueoember. ta eo.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed, 4a
mi; futures, quiet; July, 4s 7d; Septem-
oer, is ia.
HOPS In London (Paclflo coast), steady,
a aeeyas ua.
Philadelphia PrOdaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July 11. BUTTER
Firm; extra weetern creamery, lie; extra
nearny prints, lie.
EOt Bteady; nearby fresh and west.
ern rresn, lie at nun.
CHEESE Firm; New Tork full cream.
loyinc by Uncovered E.n CaniM Com
prchinilTi Bie in Vglne.
BIDDING CONFINED TO SHORT INTEREST
Market Closes Heavy, hat
with Sabstantlal Net
NEW TORK. July 11 The relaxation In
the preaaure to sell stocks, which has been
In evidence st declines for several days
waa not altered materially today by the
advance In prices. A material change In
the tone of the market waa the conse
quence. Hitherto the sentiment of the
speculation has contended In vain agalnat
the steady and determined pressure to aell
storks whenever prices turned upwards and
on every occurrence which could be Inter
preted In a way favorable to valuea. Un
covered beara showed more uneasiness to
day than at any time since the decline ns
a result of the light offerings of stocks
which appeared In the market. Their buy
ing waa not on a very heavy scale as Is
Indicated by the moderate aggregate of the
day a sales of stocks, but they were obliged
to raise bids, consequently to fill up their
needs and a rather aide and comprehensive
rise In prleea followed. Opinion was gen
eral that the demand was still largely con
fined to the short Interest, and it was not
considered probable that other demands
would spring up at the sharp recovery
after having been so backward.
The rjrtnnnai event ot tne oav was inn
purchase In tha open market In London of
il.flOO.OOO in gold for shipment to lew iora.
The call money market here was easy In
anita of soma larae reoiiirements falling
due on the 15th and the 40 per cent Install
ment payable on Baltimore Ohio atork
subscriptions. saturaay a strong nana
statement hsd some belated effect In help
ing stocks Something waa made also of
he coming return of J. P. Morgan to new
York, which occasioned a revival of the
Orest Northern ore lands deal with the
United State steel corporation. Hopes are
ntertalned that the manner In wnirn tne
Panama cinal bond flotation la being man-
red msv vleld some help to the money
market by the shifting about of govern
ment deposits. Some unfavorable effect
waa reported on miscellaneous bonde by
the release of stste and municipal bonds,
which had been accepted as security for the
tUI.Ono.OHO of government deposits which the
secretary of the treasury has recalled. The
decrease of about t!,ou0,fl00 In June exports
of agricultural products more- than ac
counted for by the cotton movement waa
not without consideration In view of its
bearing on the exchange situation. But the
ack of effect on the provisions item oi me
dressed beef agitation waa regarded with
satisfaction. A strong market for copper
n London waa a favorable factor for Amal
gamated Copper. The rlae In the minor
Vanlerbllta was baaed on tne organixea
agitation for an Incresse In the dividend
distribution on Michigan Central. The de
mand became very dull late In the flay so
that there were fractional recessions and a
lia-htlv heavy closing, but active selling
pressure waa not renewed and substantial
net gains remained as a result of the day's
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value. 11.726.000. United Statea new 4s ad
vanced , the la and old 4a and la on call.
The following are tee quatar.ons on tne
galea. His, low. cim.
Amarlean C. A i
Amarleaa C. A F. pN
Amarlean Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pta
American H. A L. pM
American lea. eeourltlee...
Amarlean Llnaaeo, Oil
Am. Unmt oil ptd
A re art can Loenmotlre . .
Am. Locomotive pM
American I. St K
Amarlean i. A R- pf4
American Suaar Refining..
Am. Tobacco ptd etfa ,
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantla coaet una
Baltimore A Ohio
BaJ. Oblo pta
Brooklyn Rapid Transit..
Central of N. J
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago Oraat Weetarn...
Cbloaio A Nortkwaetera..
Chicago, Mil. A St. P....
Chicago T. A T
T. a T. pfa. on-ared...
C . C. A it. b
Colorado Fuel A Iron ...
Colorado A gout hern...
Colorado A Bo. 1st pfd...
Colorado A Bo. Id ptd...
Cora Product, rf
Cora PTodaru ptd. rfg....
Delaware A Hudana
Dataware. L. a W
Danrar A Rio Orande....
D. A R. 0. pfd
Krta 1st pfd
Erie Id ptd
International Papar pfd
International Pump pfd
Iowa Central pfd
Kanaaa City Southern
Kanaaa City go. ptd
Utularllla A NaahTtlle
Minneapolis A Bt- h
M., St. P. B. 8. M
M , Rt. P. A B. B. M. pfd..
Mlaaourl, K. A T
M . K. A T. Bid
National R. R. of M. ptd..
New York Central
Now Tork, O. A W
Norfolk A Woatorn
Norfolk A W. ptd
Par I no Mail
nay Ivan ta
r., c. c. a Bt. l. ...
ritmit steal Car
Preaerd Steal Car ptd.
Pullman Palace Car..
Reading let pfd
Heading Id pfd
Republic Steal pfd
noca itiaad to
Rock Ialand Co. ptd
St. LAS T Id pfd
St. Loutt southwestern
Bt. Louie S. W. pfd..,.
Southern Paclfle ,
Bo. Railway sfd
Tannaaeaa Coal A Iron...
Teaaa A Paclfle
Toledo. St. U A W
T. Bt. LAW. pfd....
Vnlon Paetso pfd
Vnltad Slates Express..
t olled Statea Really... .
l alted Statea Rubber. ..
V. 8. Rubber pfd
Vnltad Statea Steal
V. 8. Steal pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical
V a. -Carolina Ceeia. sfd
W a beak pfd
Walle-Fanre Kx preen ...
Weetlnghoaee I Ice trie .
Wheeling A Lake Erie..
Wla r antral pfd.
Central Leal ber pfd
Sloae-ShetBeld Steal ...
Oreal Northern pfd
Interbnraugh Metrapolttaa. . 4.1'a)
IBtaraorouak Met. ata
Total sales for the day. ttl,70 shares.
eral fund, exclusive of the ti&l.mvi.onn tn(4 I
rprv. shows: Available cash balance, I
1is.T:,:; gold coin and bullion. Hi.iJi. '
gold certificates, m.twn.ran.
Sew Tork Money Market.
NEW TORK, July IS -MONEY On Call,
easy at 2"i per rent; ruling rate, ? per
cent; closing bid. -'a per cent: offered at
2 per cent. Time losne, very strong;
sixty days. 44Q4S Pr cent: r.lnety. days,
4Va per cent: six months, 6v,fi per cent.
FRIMK MERCANTILE I'ArER-o'fjfcH
STERllNd EXCHANGE Pteadv nt
24 R4ftOiB4 466 for riemsnd and at 14 lisruf
4 1116 for sixtv-dsy bills; posted rates,
14 IfcW'St 6H: commercial bills. 14 1
SILVER Bar. c; Mexican dollars,
BONDSOovemrnent strong: railroad irregular.
iew rorg oonas toaay
...aw. 4. io
On the Produce exchange today the butter
market was ateady; craatuerlea, lclsc;
dalriea. lfcalTWc F.ggs. steady; at mark.
caaea lnoluded. 13t(jUV:; flrata, 14V: prtme
firsts, lev; extras, loc cueese, nrm; u
. Visible Sapply at Grain.
NIW TORK. July 11 The visible eupply
rf grata Saturday, July 14. aa complied by
the New Tork Produce exchange, waa aa
i I r.we:
Wheat. 24.247.009 bu.; decreased. 710.000 bu.
t orn, S.ltil.tMl CU. ; oecreaanq, m,na ou.
Oata llbv.CM) bu.; decreased. 28f.uu0 bu.
Hye. 1.417.0H) bu.; decreased, 1. bu.
Barley, e1.0Uv bu. ; Increased, Ul.OuO bit,
Dalatk Grata alarket.
ncLl'TH Julv 11 Wheat No. 1 north
ern, too: No. 2 northern, To. July, luc;
OATS To arrive, on track and July. We.
Mllwaakea Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. July 11 WHEAT
eauadj. No. I esWlUarn, UQeic; No. I
Pear la Market.
PEORIA. July 1. CORN Firm: No.
yellow, Uo; No. t, Uc; No. 4. 13c: no grade,
OAT9-teady; No. t white, Ho; No.
white, ITc; No. 4 white. eTfrSTWO,
UHISKY-On the basis of 11.5.
LONDON. July 11 WOOL A superior
selection consisting or n.ui Dales waa
offered at the wool auction sales today.
I om petit Ion waa spirited, and the con
tlnent bought with more freedom. Pine
and medium grades were In good rvqueat
but Inrerlors were Irregular and In buy
ere' favor. Tasmania greasy waa In anl
mated demand. The withdrawals to date
amount to 11.120 balea. Following a
the aaiea in aetaii: New South Wales,
I. TOO bales: scoured. IHdOls lid; greasy
7deis md Queensland. 400 bales
scoured, lsttls Id; greasy. IHdtyls md
victoria. J. 400 bales; scoured, la IHd 9 1
greaay. IWdOli Id. South Am
trails, 7 000 balea; greaay. tk.de Is 2d.
Tasmania, I loo balea; aroured. la lid
greaay, IHdQls 4rl New Zealand. 1.109
Mlea; scoured. llHdtJls 194; greasy
8T. LOCI9. July 11WOOL Steady
mettum grades, combing and clothing t
trite: light fine, llfijlc- heavy fine, 110
tic; (ua wasnea, lints
were aa follows:
f. 8. ref. ia. fag...
I". S. Je. rag
t. 8. old 4a. rag .
t. 8- a. 4a. reg....
Am. Tobacco 4a....
Atchlann gen. 4a...
do ad). 4a.
Atlantic C. U 4a..
Bal A Ohio 4s
Brk. R. T. c. 4a...
Central nf Oa. 5a...
do let inc
do Id Inc
do Id Inc
Chea. A Oblo 4 We .
Chicago A A.
C. B A 0. n. 4a..
C . R. I. A P. 4a..
do col. 9a
ccv. a at. L. g t
Colo. Ind. "a. ear.
do aarlea B
Colorado Mid. 4s.,
Colo. A Bo. 4a....
D. A R. O. 4a
Distillers' Sac. Si
Erie p. I. 4a
do pen. 4a.
..I4H Japan la
J.p.ri a, 24 aeries.
. .W on 4 ctfe
..I""1, no 4ie ct(a
. . !! ! d'i aertea
,.ini !- A N. anl. 4a.
It'S Men. I 4a ...
. .1I M central a.
.. 7" do let Inc
. HIV Minn. A St. L. 4
M , K A T. 4a.
.. 4S do :
.. r N. R. R of J4. 1
..toss S. T. C. s twa
.. MH N J. C. g la
.. n No PacISc 4a....
. .11 1 ' do la
.. IN. a W. c 4a..
.. 7 o s. L rfdg 4i
.. 17 'Penn. conr. Ia.
..H'Tm Heaaiot (en 4s Pl'a
.. 1'S n I.. A 1 M e. la .Ii4
St L A B. r. fg 4a. -a
. 4a. l"
...71 Seaboard A. L.
... "VSo Pacific 4a....
..10 no im 4a cits..
A. 71 'So Rallwar la..
... TlV'lexaa A P. la . .
... n,t , St. L. w.
t'nlon Pacific 4a
V S. Steal 14 la..
do deb. B.
. . .1001 Weetera Md. 4a.
W. a L. E. 4s...
4H...Kti Wla Central 4a..
London Cloelag Stoeka.
LONDON, July 11 Closing quotations on
tha Stock exchange were:
Consols, money 17H N. T. Central.
do account 17 15-11 Norfolk A W.
Anaconda It I do pfd
Atchison ' Ontario A W.
do pfd 1"! . lnnyanla
Bslllraors a Ohio. ...11 'Kind Ml nee ..
Chea. A Ohio
Chicago 01 W....
',. M. A St. P....
D. A R. 0
do 1st pfd
do d pfd.......
H'tnola Central ..
Llertlle A Nash
M , K. A T
H.nno N4 HH S
I. JOO U4 14 4'
inn MV, 114 11
too w it 1
00 Id JH t
4.100 tni 17 S
11.400 IS . 17V. 4
M.OM) 1' 141 H 14V
100 tif-v, 111s 11114
I. 400 m'a in ix4
II. 700 1114 14 1IOV
7,100 IIS MS ,7H
M 1M 111 IM
4.inn 111s 1iH lK'a
lot MS MS It
Xt.100 74S 7SS 73S
1.10ft IM !M4 1(44
400 tJJS in 110
in 14 M l
400 IT 14't . IIS
100 117 IMS IM
14.70 171 171 171
Brunawlck Con ..
Can. Cal. A Va. . .
Horn Stlrar ....
LeedTille Con ....
hm toas 4T4 101
..US. 10S IMS
! " too
ia r Tan la
11. MA 11 117 S1
74 71 11
. 84 do let pfd
. 17 I do Id pfd
Ill -ISouthem Rallwar
. 17, do pfd
. 40 Southern Paclflo
. M;lnlon Pacific .....
. II' V do pfd j.
. 71 If. 8. Steal
. 3 1 do pfd
.141 do pfd
. l: Spanish 4a
firm. 3) 7-ld per ounce.
wn Ki 1H4TJ per cent.
The rate of discount In the ODen market
for short bills is 1 per cent; for three
months' bills, 3 1-16 per cent.
OMAIIA LIVE STOCI MARKET
lest Cattli &tetdr, Cthsit Blow to a
Little Lower. r
HOGS SUFFER CONSIDERABLE DECLINE
l.araest Ran of "heep aad laaka
Since Opening; af Rang Bee sen
Deaannd Gaad far Deelrnkle
Klllere aad Steady.
COUTH OMAHA. July Is, laH
Receipts were: Cattle. Ht-gs. Bbeep.
feama day last week..
8ame tao weeks ago.
6ame three weeks ago
rlanie four weeks ago.
fame d.ir last veer
rtKCElt-i'B i'UH THE IbAR TO DA I B
The following table shows the receipts
of csttle. hogs and aheep at Bouth On.aha
for the rear to date, compared with last
year; m. l"5. Inc.
Cattle mi. (W0 4S7H1 44,07
Hogs 1.M7.W7 1.3KI.7M 14R.&43
Bheep KH.074 771.S7. 12.10J
The following wlh show tne prices paid
for the different kinds of cattle on the
south Omaha marktl:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers.
hair to good corn-fed steers
Common to fair corn-fed steers...
Oood to choice cows and heifers.
Kan- to goini cows and nailers ,
Common to fair cows and heifers.
Oood to cnoice stockers leaders.
Fair to good stockers dk feeders....
Common to fair Blockers
rluus, stags, etc
The following tabla snows the
price of hogs at South Omaha for the iaal
several days, with comparisons:
M 4ofl l. no
. o Ottja-eO
. 4.i-H!o 00
. Uto-t 40
Data. I 1K. 1M6.,1M.1M.1-2.!U1.!100.
. i4 1
.,0i), 1 Karuaa CTtje
. J) Bt. C4I
1 Bioua 477
t , I 7 Ml 731 ta)
1271 M 1 7 1 17
1 1 k 4. 7 7i J U
1 17 i lU 7 121 I tt!
I li t 461 7 BOi 1 14 1 II
a 1 U 7H iKiill
I 11 1 18 7 TO I Ml I 04
4 ai I 7 771 1 li. 1 hi
6i,i 0 i; 1 i'3i t 2. 6 M. t 13
....I t 47; 5 IS; t 10 7 73 6 OS
I 6 &4 1 1 t 17 1 7 76 6 77 1
1 H 7 72 a 0 3
4 MVI 1 13
di,i 0 1 i'3i 1 21.
4 1 19
RANGE OF PRICES.
J. C Csrson NeK
J cowa nil I
1 row 1TW
46 cow loil
1 heifers .. rwl
t steers.... Tt
I Calves... ITS
Is stivers.... 1 AC
4 rows lMn
t heifers. ,.lo4
1 steers.. ,.1
I steers. ... 7
9 ralxes... ?ns
8 Steers.. ..131
H04J8 fnder the Influence of very large
rare till anil lower prices at eastern
potnte the market flere was vstrioc tower
than flaturdav. As uaual on a down market
the trade wsa not very active and before 1
the hogs were all sold It weakened, closing
Va? lower, st the low rxilnt of the day. As
will be noted from the sake below the j .
hogs sold verv largely at utis "" voarse. tmu. S. Kve straw, lo tw7.00.
aaainei go.ersi w on wiiiruey. i...i.-i bllAN I er ton. ll.0a
price today waa 1A0. wheresa cn Paturaay 1 TOM A1Xfc-S Illinois, pef crate of IP Iba.,
11 11 ',c, fancy. II V ltr; estra fancy
ltilJ)C. haiams sre In good JobblnS
Amana, loose muscatels. IHSlf; seeded
raisins, lfj;r, Irfindon layers, ti ll.
OMAHA Wnoi.F.ttl.K M4RKRT.
rendition at Trade and 4tentatleae an
staple aad Fewer rredae.
KtKtS-Reoelpt, liberal; fresh stock, 4
LIVE lOl'l.l'K V Mena, fH4ilic; rooatera
Jc; turkey. l-'uUv; ducka, 7c; spring chick
ens, lvnKx- per ll.
Bl'TTKR-r'acklng stock, 14'o; cholcl
fancy ditlr). 1.V; creamery, 21ejkl.
HAY-rTtcea quoted by Omaha r eea com
pany: Choice upland. .00; medium, li.oo;
nearl half of the hnas soir at bTva.
It would he well for shippers to under
stand that buyer are discriminating agalnat
rougn heavy hogs, which sre selling st the
bottom of the Hat and which are hard to
more aometlmea even at those prices.
market basket of
market basket pf
New York Mining; (Mocks.
NEW TORK. July 11 Closing Quotations
on mining stocks were:
Little Chief ...
viu ua o. innjn W
L Juvu S.tue )S
lueAIQ K"od 7u
. t.oaa 1.36424 SO
Beaton Stoeka and Beads.
BOSTON. July 14 -Call loans, 434 per
eent; time loan, o4j6 per cent. Official
closing on stock and bonder
oa adj. 4s.
Boetae ft Albany..
Baaaoa A Malae
Boaxoa Blaraiaa ...
Mexican Central ...
N. T.. N. H A H
'faro Marqaatta ...
I 0100 raelSa
Aasar. irga. Ckaai.,
Anae. raea Take..
A war. Saaar
Anvsr. T. A T
Itoenlnloa 1. A 8.
gdieoa Clae. Ilia
Maaa. gleet no
l ulled rnilt
tailed Shea Mark .
I'. 8 Steal
. 4 Wanting, comm.
. 7 Alloaaa z
. Amalgamated .
. MiAavsrtraa Bine
It Cal. A Heel..
.1M CaataaaUl ....
. KiCoppar Rang .
IM Dolf Weet ....
. U Irraallla
.. ulsia Horala ...
. M Mlfklgas
,. 11 Mokavk
.11 Moat C. A C.
t ailed Copper
1. s Miataa..
.107 I' 8
. T4 i tak
. a victorl
. M Walraruaa ...
WA8HIXGTON, July 1. Today's state
meat of tA Uaaaury balances to Lb gn-
LONDON. July J6. 8tipplle of money
were plentiful today and the demand was
moderate. Discount weie quiet and easier.-
There was a better undertone on the Stock
exchange and bull dealings were limited.
Consols hardened on. a few supporting
orders and home rails were fractionally
dearer on Investment purchases. Foreign
ers benefited by Paris support, the more
favorable Kunsian news responsible ror a
rally In Russian bonds nnd the market de
veloped a stronger tone. The favorable
bank statement causea a nrm opening or
Americans which developed an advance of
points over parity In the forenoon and
later, with New York supporting, a fur
ther Improvement occurred and prlcvs
closed firm. Kaffirs' eaaed on the death of
Alfred Belt, but hardened on Farla buy
ing and beara covering and closed Arm.
Japanese Imperial 6s of 1S04 olosed at 102.
PARIS. Julv 16. Prices on the Bourse to
day were steady. Ry4a. Imperial 4s closed
at in. 50 and Russian, ftoiiua 01 lum cioaea
at 486.00. ,
BERLIN. July 16. prices on tne nourse
today were weak owing to realisations.
OMAHA. July 16 Bank clearing for to
day mere 11.662.126.94 .and for the corre
sponding date last year 11. 510.730.78.
. Metal Market.
NEW TORK. Julv 11. METALS
There waa a sharp advance in the London
tin market, which closed at (161 15s for
spot and 1168 10s for futures, or about
2 8s above the closing prices of Friday.
The local market waa also firm and higher,
with spot quoted at 134.7S3e.90. Copper
had a shnrp advance in tne i.onoon mar
ket, closing at 75 16s for spot and 79
for futures; locally, however, the market
waa dull and nominally unchanged, with
lake quoted at 118. 37H to 1 8.75; electrolytic, ;
111.12HJ18.:5; casting, 117.71 11.00.
Lead waa unchanged at 15.76 locally. In
London It waa Is 3d higher at 11 8s 9d.
Spelter declined 2s 6d to 26 "s 6d In Lon
don; locally the market waa quiet at 15.91 ;
6.00. Iron was an nigner at 4s 10a tor
standard foundry and at 60s ll'id for
Cleveland warrants In the London mar
ket; locally iron was steaay, witn soma
dealers reporting prleea a shade higher,
although there waa no quotablo change
In the general range; No. 1 foundry north
ern Is quoted at 1 8.25 1 1 8.7B : No. 2 north
ern, 117. "64ji 11.25; No. 1 foundry southern,
$17.60 18.00; No. Z 1 lounary souinern,
117. 00 17.60.
8T. LOVIS, Julv 11 METALS LEAD,
lower at 15.70, Spelter, eaay at 15.87 H.
NEW TORK. July 14 -COTTON-Spot
closed quiet and steady, ten points higher;
middling uplands. ll.UOc; middling gulf.
11.2oc; sales, 1.154 bales.
ST. IXiUIS. July 16.-COTTON-8teady;
middling. 11c : sales, 41 bales; receipts,
none; shipments, none; stock. 27,031 bales.
LIVERPOOU July 16. COTTON Spot
quiet;- prices 264 points lower; American
middling fair. .60d; good middling, l.lod:
middling, l.ind; low middling, 6.72d; good
ordinary, .?!; ordinary. 6.50d. The sales
of the day were 6.0UO bales, of which 600
were for speculation and export and In
cluded 1.500 American. Receipts, 2,000 bales,
Including 1,200 American.
NEW ORLEANS. July 16.-COTTON-Ppot
closed quiet; sales, 900 bales; low or
dinary. 7;0 nomlnsl: ordinary. 8c nomlnnl;
good ordlnarv, 9 l-16c; middling, lie; good
middling. llVc: middling fair. lPAc nominal;
fair. L'V. Receipts, 2,607 bales; stock.
Oils and Hoaln.
NEW TORK. July 11 OI IJi Cot ton
seed, barely steady; prime crude, f. o. b.
mills, 26c; early new crop. IH.fjMVic.
Petroleum, steady; refined. New York,
17.80; Philadelphia and Baltimore, 17.76;
Philadelphia and Baltimore. In bulk, 11.65.
Turpentine, quiet; 6rt04c.
ROBIN Firm; strained, common to
good, 1190 61.96.
OIL CITY. Julv l.-OIIJ-Ordlt bal
ances. H.44. Shipments. 94.787 bbls.; aver
age. 63,f2 bbls. Runs. 114.7S7 bbls.; average,
40,335 bbla. Lima shipment. 120,961 bbls.;
aversge, 54.824 bbls. Lima runs, 75,241 bbla.;
average, 15.274 bbls.
SAVANNAH. July 14. OILS Turpentine,
ROBIN-rirm: Quote: A. B. C. MaO: D.,
13 80; E.. 13 90; P.. 13 96; G . 14 00; I , M.26;
K.. 14 40; M , 14 46; N.. 4.a0; W O., Moo;
W. W., tt.So.
NEW TORK. July 16. -COFFEE The
market for coffee future opened steady at
unchanged price to an advance of 6 points
In the absence of Important offerings. There
waa no special feature to the ncwa. Euro
pean cables being at a standoff, while the
primary markets were closed, but the mar
ket held around the opening figures and
closed stesdy, net unchanged to 1 points
higher. Trading was very quiet most
of ths session, but there was some switch
ing In the late trading whlrh brought the
day local buslneaa up to 36.50 bags. In
cluding December at 1 &u) oic; Marrh,
4.76c; May, 1.80c; spot, steady. No. 7 Rio, 77c.
agar and Metaeaese
NF.W TORK, July ll.-SUQAR-Raw,
steady; fair refining. 1 7-22c; centrifugal.
M test, 1 2112c; molasee sugar. 2 31 -5a-;
refined, steady; No. 7, ,4.01?; No. 9. 1.96c.
No. 10, lime; No." 11. 185c; No. 12, laic; No.
18. 1.75c; confectioners A. S.Ooo; cut loaf.
I 40c; crushed. 6 40c; powdered, 4 80c; granu
lated. 4 J0c: cube. 4 85c.
NEW ORLEANS. July 14-flfOAR-
S'eadv; open kettle, centrifugal. JJ 7-loc;
cemmugai ycuow, ovjc . seconoa, Z43c.
Taleda Beer Market.
TOLEDO. July 14.-PEEDB Clorer. rah.
tM: camber, Id Timothy, prime. 12 1
Alalk. Augu N BAJs, 1 13
Tha (eia inc sjfaarer aba number of e.rs
of sicvusra aadfotrdara elUpisM to the coun
try yeaoudny aikl their paMta of destina
CATT". .A?. Curs.
L. Lswrencei Tllllsca. U C. , 1
T. M. i- jtler. Tare, la. t C 1
D. Snroder, Fr-B-nit. N'.'.-N. W 1
HORSK ! Car.
Fred Slrnall. Templeton. Ia. Mil 1
J. H. Kidlnger, Independence, Ia. I. C... 1
T. B. Mcpherson. Albert Lee, Minn.
V. P : 1
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road waa:
Cattle. Hogs. Sue p. M'r's.
C. M. tt St. P........ 1
Missouri Pacific 4
L P. Bystem 19
C. sV N. W., eaet.... 1
C. A N. W.. west..,. S3
C, Bt. P., M. A O.... 4
C, H. A Q , east 1
C, B. A Q., west..,. 55
C. R. I. A P., east.... 2
Chicago Ut. Western t
Total receipt 132
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tne num
ber of head Indicated:
16 10 li
s 4 22
69 30 59
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company.-.
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour A 'o
Vansan A Co
W. I. Stephen
Huston A Co
J. B. Root A Co
Bullnn A Kline
..1.271 4,957 1.774
CATTLE Receipts of cattle we. e not as
large a a week ago, but still there waa a
very good run. There were more weetern
cattle among the receipt than any day
before this aeaaon. Among the corn-fed
were the best cattle seen here this season.
Advice from other selling points were
very discouraging this morning, Chicago
especially sending out depressing news.
Still there wss a very good demand for
rattle at this point and desirable fat steers.
such as buyers wanted, sold at steady
prices. The Graham cattle, which sold at
5.85 last week, brought 16. and were not
nearly so good today, one bunch of cattle
was good enough to bring 8)6.06. ths highest
price paid on the market since last Novem
ber. Betters wno nappenea to nave cattle
which did not especially appeal to buyers
found It Impossible to secure as good prices
aa last week, so that the market as a
whole would have to be quoted as steady
to a little lower.
There were a good many western cows
and heifers In the yarda this morning, la
fact more than on any day before this sea
son. Owing in part to the more liberal
offerings, which made It possible for buyers
to be more discriminating in making selec
tions ana part to tne nearisn reports sent
on from Chicago, the cow market waa
slow and the feeling generally weak. Some
of the best cows commanded about steady
fnces, out tne general maraet waa alow
o a little lower on the general run of
i nere wag quit a snowing 01 srooKBrs anl
feeders In the yard this morning, in fact
more than on a good many days of late.
Fortunately there seemed to be a very
good demand for weighty ' feeders, which
constituted the bulk of the offerings and
cattle of that description sold very freely
at good steady to strong prices.
Na At. Pr. N. at. Ft
I Ill 1 4 H 14 6 M
I 1011 4 oa t HI I K
II IM) I 10 14 1141 I It
11 'H IS M nan i u
II 117 4 4 10S iota I II
10 IIM 4 II 1147 I 40
IT Ill I 71 II 1144 I M
40 100 4 10 14 1071 I 10
46 .' Ul 4 M 17 1411 7
I lU I W 1 1430 I 1
II 141 I 00 ' II Hit I 1
14 1011 I 40 W 1411 I 71
40 1117 I 1 M 1411 I 10
4 774 i II 17 1477 sO
I till I M . 71 104 I M
IM HI I 11 M III! I u
1 4 I K I IJH I 14
1 14U 1 M
1 1000 1 71 1 IM til
8 Ml i It I )T t 71
4 IOI t It 4 I 10
1 IM I t I 01i , M
8 M IN I HO I 0
1 100 I la 1 uo I 0
m i m in
t m 10 1 1110 I u
17 in I U M 14 I ia
I lU 8 70 8 1AM I 10
t in I 7 1 luaa 1 M
1 141 I tl I Ill i 1,
N IU 8 10 I urM 4 u
3 HO I 71 1 144 t 4
1 W III t 120 1 I
1 144 8 4 1 141 1 44
1 II I M II 411 1 U
I I 40 I U N
1 II 14 4 47 IU
1 1' 8 40 1 IM I M
i !" I 4 1 1154 I ii
1 710 8 10 I J7 1 a
1 110 1 4 I It I 4
1 100 I M 1 14(0 I
1 71 t 7 I MM 1 M
8 19 I 71
t UO I M 1 M0 4 M
8 IN I I I i4 4 44
1 14 4 at 4 1070 I n
1 110 4 0 1 144 1 74
STOCKERS AND FEEDB:K8.
1 IN t 771 8 M
ii in s m ii m in
1 4 I M i. 104 1 ,4
1 11M I 44
C. B. William Wyoming.
18 cows 1077 1 45
A. L. Williams Wyoming.
1 cows Hi IN 24 cows TulT
19 heifers.. 961 1 0
M. Moncrelfpe Wyoming.
183 cows... J019 1 40. 47 cow 1041
B. T. Huntr-Nb.
I steers. ...UN) 4 95 1 feeder.. 940
J. C. CrBwnoner Wyo.
.1029 t 40 2 steer . ..1071
R. L. Bulllngton-Wyo.
..126 2 Mi I cow 1029
...IIS 4 M
..liSJ 4 00 tt steer
.1451 I 10 IB) cows..
. 176u 175 I steers
1041 4 74
O A. Lucss Wyo
11 steer ...
IM 4 40
8fw 1 40
. W0 71
1VO 1 71
11 feeders.. U71 10
No. As. Sk. fr. No. At. 9h. Fr.
1 400 140 I Tt 144 13
II KW ... 40 47 HI 40 I M
tf i M I 41 41 10 140 I 10
11 ti ... 1 41 11 m ia 4 io
41 tan M I l 71 144 ... in
14 irn so 1 41 IM M I 40
41 m ... I 47 7! I'l ... 4 10
71 to ... I 47 IS lit 80 4 10
14 o Ito I 47 71 Ml ... 4 II
41 .left IN 4 47 70 !! 14 140
71 Ill 40 I 47 41 4l I I
17 11 47v, II 14 4 4 11
a Ill ... 147 14 .701 Sit lilt
14 171 M I 47 7 Ml 40 17
a....... .141 IM 47 14 i:l ...
m in ... in i ki 11s I n,
in 31 IK I in M 114 40 4 (1
151 IM I I 70 Ml ... 11
71 o IM 10 U 0 10 I 11
7 ill ... I 10 71 131 ... 4 11
71 141 SO I 10 7 HI 40 4 llv
II HI 40 I 41 10 M0 It 4 11
77 Ill ... I 14 71 Ill II I 11
71 Ill ... I 10 H tl 44 I 11
1 ..Ill to I 10 17 Ml 10 I 11
II IU 80 I to (I Ill 110 I 12
1 Ill ... I 10 1.1 114 19 M
I Ill t 10 14 Ill ... I H
1 431 IN I 71
1 too ... IN
SHEEP The receipt of sTieep this mlrn
nlng were the largest since the range sea
son began, thirty cars being reported In
when the market opened. While there we
a sprinkling of stuff that was not overly
desirable, there were some very good kill
ers among the receipts.
While the market ws slow to open It
waa fairly active when the trade waa onre
under way, so that the big bulk Af the re
ceipts changed hands by the middle of the
forenoon. As to prices there was no very
great change sa compared with the close of
last week. Possibly wethers were a little
lower In spots, but as a general thing both
buyera and sellers were quoting It about
steady. This should be taken as applying
to the desirable kinds of killers ss half fat
or eonmon kinds sre not very much sought
after at the present time and are Inclined
to drag a little.
Among the receipts, today were five dou
ble decka of the Rhea brothers Montana
wethers, which sold at 15.40, the high point
o fthe day. Theae wethers were about as
fat as one ever sees coming from grass, in
fsct they were like corn feds. There were
a few range lambs good enough to bring
27.50. end a small bunch of yearlings sold up
to M.2R. In fact the prtcos paid generslly
were very satisfactory to sellers.
Quotations: Oood to choice spring lambs.
$ 16&7.6O; fair to good spring lambs, 26 25ff
W.76; good to choice yearlings, S.76i'2i;
fair to good yearlings, ts.6tii4 76; good to
choice wethers, !5.426.65: fslr to good
wethers, t4.K4j6.25; good to choice ewes.
14.9055 .36; fair to good ewe. I4.50V4 .90.
K Wyoming wethers
2a Nebraska yearlings
4m Montana wethers
405 Montana wethers
10 Colorado ewe cull feeders
14ft Montana wether culls
61 Colorado wether feeders,.
469 Wyoming wethers
SIT Colorsdo yearling feeders .
445 Montana wethers
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARK BT
Cattle Steady to Ten Cents Lower
Hog Lower sheep Slow.
CHICAGO, July 14. CATTLE Receipts,
...x head: market, best steaay
lower; cor.unod to prime steers, H.a'fl.aO;
cows, 22.;IK.ft'; he.fers. ls.VVti6.26; bulls.
lf.eui4.26; calves, J5.7,V3i,.6i; stockers and
HOOS-Recipts, M.COO head; market, 10c
lower; choice to prime heavy, H.tUd4.8n;
medium to good heavy, l.0ig.."6; butcher
weights, It) .O'tft.So; good to choice heavy,
SHEEP AND LA MB8--Receipts, 21.000
head; market, slow; sneep, ti-X'ti 6.25; year
lings, to.40fe6.60; lambs. 25.404,1.00.
Sew York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. July 14. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 4,482 head; market for aieers, opened
steady; closed weak for medium grades;
fat bulls sbout steady; bologna bulls, losjfito
lower; cows, steady; steer. & 10B.0u; bulls.
13 40; few fancy, 14 &-4.7o; cows, 11 b-
474.0u; Liverpool and Ixindon cable quoted
live csttle at 10ttl2c per pound dressed
weight. Exports tomorrow, 9i6 cattle and
3.6K) quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, 4.691 head; market,
veals, steady for top grades; closed slow
and a trifle easier for others; buttermilk
calves, slow to 2oc lower; veals. tS.Ouojaoo;
tops, 18.26; culls, 14.50; greasers and butter
milks, t,7.00Aj4.2o; few choice. 14.50; dressed
calves, steady at 5ttl2c per lb. for city and
dressed veals, and tVtfllc for country dreaaed.
nil I TT" T" . I , T . ..lie u .... ,a .-e I
oncer f is uonpn-nTiiii., t.tu
head; choice handy sheep, firm; others,
steady; lambs, active market cloaed steady:
sheep. !350ffo.60; culls. 12.00tQ3.; lamba.
14.0n4i.; choice. 18.26; culls, t4.60$f.00.
HOOS Receipts. 1,87 head; mataet, about
steady: state and Pennsylvania hogs quoted
Kanana City live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, July 14. CATTLE Re
ceipta. 12,000 head. Including 4.6(0 southerns:
market, ateady to strong: choice export
and dressed beef steers, fc.4C"tivlO; fair to
rood. 14.OUit6.10; western fed steers, 13.754
75; stockers and feeders, 12.7604.50; south
ern steers, 12.75-S4.7S; southern cows 2.00w
2.50: native cows, U OOfJt Si; native heifers,
.J.wtlO; bulls. 12.404.50; calves. 22.60
HOGS Receipts, 1.200 head; market. 10c
lower; top. to.2; bulk of sales. K 60'16.4JV4j;
heavy, t.60i.6VVi: packers, pi.iKrt30.u6; pigs
and lights. t6.90ij6.6G.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1 000
hesd; market, etrong; lam he. 16 Mu8.00: fed
sheep snd yearlings. 15.Otyfi6.25: Arizona
yearlings, !S.7543.6; Texas and Arlsona.
aheep. 4.5or)6.2o: Texaa gnats, 13. 00-39. 60;
stockers and feeders, t3.50ti4.76.
about 16 lbs . -.
ShcMt 16 lbs., ,jOc.
TL RNII S. BEETS AND CARROTS -Per
dos. bunches, 25c
LEAF LETT ICE Hothouse, per d's.
CI 'CI 'M HERS Home grown, pee dos.,
50c; Texas, per bvl. box. -' 00.
onions Home grown, 2o per in. ;
Texas. In crates, white, II Tf.
GREEN ONIONS l'er dox. bunches. 200.
HADI8HK8-Pr dos. bunches, lie.
CABBAGE Home grown, ic per lb.
CAl'I.IFLtlW EH Per dos. heads. 75c
GREEN PEAS-Per bu., 11 00.
NEW POTATOES Per bu., 90c.
POTATOES Home grown. pe" aV9
5c. ' .
NAVY BEAN S Per bu., II 85; No. 1. 11.71.
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 6Sc.
TROPICAL FRl ITS.
PATE8- Per box ot SO-lb. pkgs . 12 .00;
Hallowe'en. In 70-lh. boxes, per lb., 6c;
Bayers, per lb., 4c; walnut muffed, l-lo.
pkg , 2 w pr dos.; -lb. boxes, 21.00.
ORANGES California, extra fancy nav.
tela, large also. t.2Mji.0O; Mediterranean
weet. all also. I4.0u4.-4.c0; alencta. an
LEMONS-Limonlere, extra fancy, 249
sine. 1600; 8u) to 0 slse. 16.40437.00; other
brand tl 00 less
FIGS California, per 10-lb. carton. 71 9
R5c; imported Smyrna, three-crown, 11c;
BANANAS Per medlum-slsed bunch.
U.7HI2-6; Jumbos, tI.6O4i3.00
PINEAPPLES Florida, sixes 24. 20 and
CHERRIEB-Callfornla. 12 00 per l ib. box;
sour cherries, 24-qt. crate, tl 60.
GOOSEBEHRIES Per crate of 24 qts
PEACHES Hales early, tl.OO; yellow free
stone, 21 ; Texaa Eibertns, per 4-baket
PLUMS California, S1.5041.7.
BLACKBERRIES Per 24-qt. crate. 22 28.
RASPBERRIES Red. per 24-pt. Crate,
t2.(0; black, per 24-qt. crate, 23.00.
APRICOTS Per 4-basket crate, tl.73.
CCR RANTS Home-grown, white aad red,
per 24-qt., 1160.
WATERMELONS Per lb.. Hie or sbout
204 3oc each.
CANTELOUPES California, per crate,
standard. 14.25; ponies, 13.00; Texas, per
crate, about 46 melons, 13 00; ponies, 13.00,
CIDER Per keg. 13.7b, per bbl , 14. To.
HONEY New, per 24 lbs.. 11.50,
CHEESE Swiss, new, Iflc; Wisconsin
brick. 12c; Wisconsin llmberger, 12c; twins,
UW, young Americas, 15c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1, soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 15c; hard shells, per lb.,
UV Pecans, large, per lb.r 14c: small,
per lb., 12c. Chill walnuta, per lb., 12tfl.t4c.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
shells, per lb., Ion. Cocoa nuta, $4 per sack
Sl'GAR Granulated cane. In bbls.,
15.14; granulated cane. In sacks, 16.11; gran
ulated beet, In sacks, U.01.
SVRUP In bbls., 27c per gal.; In cases,
1 10-lb. cans, 11.70; cases 11 6-1 b. cans, 11.80;
cases 24 2-lb. cars, 11.15.
COFFEE Roasted, No. 36, 26'c per lb.;
No. , 2uHc per lb.; No. 2i, 18V0 per lb.;
No. i0, 16',ac per lb.; No. 21, 12Vo per lb.
CURED FISH Family whlteflsh, per
quarter bbl., loo lbs., 14.00; Norway mack
erel, No. 1, .28.U0: No. 2, 124 00; No. 2, 120.00;
Irish, No. 2, 11600; herring, In bbl., 200 lbs.
each, Norway, 4k, 112.00; Norway, Ik. 111.00;
Holland, mixed. 111.00; Holland herring, In
kegs, milkers. 80c; kegs, mixed, 70c.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west-
thra inn " oMJ4ic liaine, ii.is. i omstoes, I-ID.
otners. itic . e 0-.1 a., s.ii. o-riiy-evai mi pirun.
(-lie, , . , . , 'J1 . , , .
pies, grated, l ib.. 22.064T2.2O; sliced, ll.il
2.20; gallon apples, fancy, 11.90; California
apricots. 11. 4O402.OO; pears, tl-759160;
peaches, fancy. ll.7afS2.40; H. C. peachee.
12.0liq2.50. Alaska aalmnn, red, 11.96; fancy
Chinook, F.. 12.10; fancy sockeye, F., 11.96;
sardines, V oil. 12.50: mustard, 12.50tf4.10.
Sweet potatoes, 11 1541.26; sauerkraut. tl.OO;
pumpkins, 0cj41.00; wsx beans, 1-lb., 7oiJ
toe; Uma beans, 1-lb., TnctitlK; spinach,
11.25; cheap peas. Mb., eoc; extra, 76431c;
HIDES AND TOLLOW-Oreen salted.
No. 1. 12Hc; No. I, llc; full hides, IHtlAc;
green hides. No. 1. 10c; No. I, 9c; horse,
tl.t04j.25; sheep pelts, &0ctftl.J6. Tallow,
No. 1. 4c; No. 2, 1c. '
WOOL-Per lb.. Ilfi26c.
BEEF CUT PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, 12c; No. 2 rtn. 10c; No, I ribs
tc: No. 1 loin. 15c; No. 2 loin. 12Hc; No. t
loin, 9c; No. 1 chuck, 6e; No. 2 chuck, 6c:
No. 1 chuck. 4o; No. 1 round, !e; No. 2
round, 8c; No. 1 round. 6Wc; No. 1 plat, Ic;
No. 2 plate, 2ftc; No. 2 plate, 2c.
. 1 1
St. Leal Live Stark Market.
ST. IUIS. July 14.-CATTLE-Rece1pls,
6.6UO head. Including 2.800 Texan; market,
steady: native shipping and export steers.
ILfyHii ftf; dressed beef and butcher steers,
t4.rXKi6.26; steer under l.OOO lbs. t3.76ti4.80:
stockers snd feeders, 12.007)4 00; cows and
heifers, t2.KXoS.26; cnners. tl.A0a12.00; bulls.
12 76014.00; ralves. T3.(o650; Texs and In
dian steer. tiMv4.50; cow and heifer,
HOGS Receipts. 1.500 hesd: market. lOr
lower; pigs and lights, to 604f4.15; packera.
til 40Q4.86; butchers and best heavy. 1.703
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.0T0
head; market, strong; native muttons. 13 00
CM 00: lamba. M OOTjftoO: culls and bucks.
13.0M4 26; ttockers. M 2504.50.
St. Joseph Live Stoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 14 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1344 head; market, ateady; native,
24 eOtfti.00; cow and heifer, tl. 75 ii 6.00; itock
er and feeders, 13 0 'SI 76.
HOQS-Recelpta, 4.129 heed; market. lOir
lZHc lower; light. f4.654M6C; medium snd
heavy, t4 04.65; bulk of sales, ft 67H9
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 940 head;
market, stesdy; lamba. t.6o7l.lziA.
Slaaa City Live Stoek Market.
SIOUX CITY. July U.-tSpeclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, la) hesd; mar
ket, weak; stockers, !0c higher; beeves,
14.2516.60; cows, bulls and mixed. K
stockers and feeders, 13 ifc.H'; calves and
yearlings. 13 00413 85.
HOGS Receipts. 3 V) hed; market tI10c
lower, selling at 2.8.Hf.tO; bulk of salsi,
Elgin Batter Market.
ELGIN. III., July 10. Butter ruled firm
today and was unchanged from laat week
at 20c. Output for the week. 994,000 pound.
Kaaaaa Floar for Holland.
TOPEKA. Kan.. July 14. An Arkansas
City (Kn) firm ha received in order
from Amsterdam. Holland, for 2,000,000
pounds of flour. The order require two
shipments, the first of which will go In
Julv by Oalveaton and contain 1,021,000
pound. The second shipment will be ma.de,
in August by Newport News and will be
of 1,049,000 pounds.
Ohio Marderer Dies.
COLUMBUS, O.. July 16 Tvlarsh Lindsay,
the murderer of "Celery King" Johnson at
upper Banduaky, died today tn the Ohio
fienltentlary. a here he was sent for life
or the murder of Johnson. Some time ego
Lindsay escaped from the prison and later
aurprlsed the officials by calmly walking
Into Columbus and surrendering,
REAL, ESTATE TRANSFERS.
toek la Sight.
Receipt ot live slock at ths six principal
western markets yesterday:
Sioux City ..
Kansas City ,
6 0 7.164
4 129 940
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails.
NEW YORK, July 11 EVAPORATED
APPLES The market I firm In ton, with
prime quoted at lltllc, choice. 11V4
llVr; fancv, 12c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are aaid to be maturing earlier than ex
pected, thu promising larger supplies for
the early autumn than previously antic
ipated. The spot ltuatlon I nrm. with
quotations ranging from TCIc. ae.
eerdtng to grade. Apricots are unchanged;
choice, lie; extra choice, 11 Vie; fancy,
14tT14Tle. Peachee are Arm at rnt
prices; choice, 1 Ollc; extra cJiotoe,
Fanny C. Adam to Charles L. Ben
awa. lota 61 to 60. Norwpod park 1 900
S. O. Patrick to G E. Lundberg. lots
4 and 6, block t, Patrick f 2d ad 1
Ethen A. Cole and wife to Marlon R.
Kindred, lot 1, block 45, Florence..
H. J. Grove snd wife to Mrs. J. F.
Corrigan, lot 2, block 24, Benson 1,645
A. C. Ong and wife to Solomon J.
Firestone, part lot 6. block 1, sub of
John I. Redlck's 1,50(1
Nora Goodwin to C. Z. Crenshaw, part
lot M. S. E. Rogers' Oklahoma 1,254
Clajd Camblln to Elisabeth C. Gra
ham, lot 18, block 2, Moes' sub 120
George Homer and wife to John F.
Baliabury. nj lot 15, Washington
William A. Blunders and wife to Mary
E. Nleids lot 12. Cunningham snd
Brennnn a ad 21
Delia McCulloh and husband to E. B.
Magulness, lot 19, block 2, Avondsl
Catherine B. Naah lo T. A. Jackson.
lots 1 and B. block 6, Thomason and
Oooe nd 554
Frank D. Brown and Mary M. Clay
ton to Albert King, wV, lot 9. block
4, Bhlnn s 1st ad 1,00
Harry C. Dana.et al, to Alex C. Soott,
lot 4, block 4, Bulphur Springs
M. C. Zlegler and wife to Karen Ol-
en. lot 11. block 12. Deer park 1,44V
Barbara Lltschaner. t al. to Adam
Angele. lot 2. block 1 Van Camp'... 12
Nancy M. William to Anna A. Hoi-
land, n lot 11. Thornell 1.T67
J. L. Jacobaon to Ingrld Quirk, lot 1
block 2. Koatera' ad 154)
Barabra Lltachaner to Adam Angele,
lot 2, block 6, Van Camp's ad 1
Total for July 16, 190S 120.701
City of Alleghany, Pa.,
Plica and particular upon application
A. B. LEACH & CO.,
FARSON. LEACH & CO.
CtllCAQU BOetlON PHtLADCLaBMIA
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