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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 21, 19CK?.
ttAIS AND PRODUCE MARKET
JIff (imw Vto-WneAt, aid Bwi'
r rr .
FRACTIONAL DECLINE MARKS CLOSE
Repnrte Regardlag Raet a Nerthweet
ery Cillngr,,, r.. wlk
Dll Tha., Cloelag at Bot
taai Recelpta Ur(,r
OMAHA. July 39, 1908.
. , wiin wnrii iwur open
ing prices wrra u,;,',u i,...
'o" and north wont weather wss
SH?,w-.A.ftr ",m'"ln stesdy a whlla th
marge turned strong on Antwerp quota
tion, reflecting tha mnriltlnn n a. ra-.nl l..a
. ,J. . ? nvimrrl to yesterday a clow
on spirited buying. A reaotlon set In and
I m1kt e'oaed Vio lower than yester-
f .:ii Th.?r. wer connictlng reports re
arfllnt black runt In Minnesota and North
JSi . Rc'P were large and overran
The corn market was weak, being off l-a
At tXIO Cloaa for Rentanhr llnanlm .4 .
"ha lower and the market was
teady for a time, but pressure by beari
rk'" it. Receipt, were, larger thai
IT ,,m nd the eaeh demand was
mow. Thera waa conMrahia mi, t
condition o the crop and reserves In farm-
w'"r7T1,,'n nlpmnl thla weak
i OOJbuahela ,,a"n1 corn hipmanu X763,..
lJ.'!1lLw,l".t.ta,b,f1nnlD to arrive on the
ST TJ?. '1 'V"" quantities Eighteen
2 Inspect tcy. 'n- 1
IlirT WnMt raalnt aa inA aaa ft...
hlPmenta ?72.O0O bu.. Against receipt
inrtV K0M bu. and ahlpmente of
w ooo bn. Com refelpta were 3K5.O0O bu.
And. hlnmnta 477.000 fan .
Z,Lnyrt "f . bu. and ahlpirvnta of
av.000 hll r iilMnMa . -i r.,.. t. . 1 .
. uur, 4os,uw ou. corn and zao bu.
1!rp'w!., clol H1 lower on wheat and
Unchanged to ",d lower on corn.
Kraaler wired W. C. Sunderland: "t never
J tha corn market In any poorer condi
tion for Increased movement than It la at
rrpaent. Any recelpta of corn would break
me market wide open.- Now we may not
P reoeipta until a little Inter on. but Ne
braaka la buvlna more mm ! Ail
the dealer reported heavy purchases. Terre
Haute reports that there will be a move
ment Of Corn down thera In f w Ava an1
that the eorn la looking fine, and that thera
la a very large amount of corn back In the
range of options:
SEW YORK CntlAJ. . MARKET
Artlrlea Open. Hlgh. Low. Cloee.l Tey
July... 4 Sept...
; J ata
"aw f l'i. .
70 A J
70ViAl 71 A
v- A' aaked. B bid. r
' ? t. Oanaha Caah Baiee.
WHEAT No. t hard. 1 car. Tltte.
CORN No, I yellow, rc; No. 1, lcart.
, Oaoafco, CaaH Prtrea.
WHKAT-.No. hard, 72c; No. 1 hard.
Tie; No. t aprlng. 71c.
"ORN-No. a. i7V.c: No. S yellow. . 474c
4. .1 watte, 4Hc
k ATS-No. S mixed, tic; No. I white, 34 He
4TBVNo4 t Mc; No. . BZHc
. L'arlot Reeelata.
Kanaaa City, .
BC IxiUfa .....
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
CanC AGO nAI ASU PROVISIONS
reatarea of the Trading; and Closing
v Prteaa aa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July 2. Favorable 'crop r
porta cauaad weakneaa today In the local
wheat market, .the September delivery
closing at a net decline of 44c. Corn was
down msiltc Oats were oft. l. ., pro
visions were 7 He to 20a lower.
The, wheat market waa weak all day
with the exception of a moderate advance
about the middle of J he sreslen. Clear
weather in the northwest and lower prions
at. Liverpool together with large local
reoeipta cauaed an eaay opening. Reports
from tha norlhwoat were conflicting aa
to tha rust situation, but the prevailing
opinion armed to be that the crop-would
escape serious Injury. About the middle
of the day tha market rallied on covering
byt shorts, 'but prices soon weakened to a
lower level than before. The statement
of a At. Louis trade paper that crupa of
Kanaaa and Nebraska will not only be un
usually larger per acre, but of exception
ally heavy teat weight per bushel weak
ened tha market materially. Another le
preaslng Influence waa the large primary
receipts, ..the total arrivals today- , being
1.1(0,000 buahela against 114.000 bushels
for tha same day laat year. The mari-Xt
closed weak with prices almost at the
1 v WVc Tower at 78o to 7 8c, sold up to
;TS4 Wnd declined to 77H477Se. Final
) quotations were at 77 e. Clearancea of
vhit anrt flour m-ara annal til 1A9 00O
boahels. 'Exports for the week ah shown
by Bradstreet'a were equal to 1,15,900
bushftla.j- Mlnneapolta. Duluth and Chi
cago reported recelpta of 703 cara against
31 cars last week and 117 cara a year
ago. s v '. m .w -"i' A'i
Tha corn market was weak all day. Ad-,
dltlonal rain throughout the' corn belt
cauaad sales by country traders and there
. waa also tree selling by caah houaes.
Buying waa scattered. Tha market cloaed
weaa wiin pncea mi in, iuwmi pvuii. ui
tha day. September opened hc to Ho
lower at BO Ho to 61c, sold oft to 49140
and. cloaed at 491460c Local recelpta
Were 211 cara, with it of contract grade.
Optimistic reports regarding the new
crop of oata cauaed a decidedly week
market. September opened H6"f lower
at 3He to lle, sold up to lie and
then declined to 31af32 4c. The close
was at llfco. Local recelpta were 150
Provision were easier because of sell
ing by outside holders. The volume of
trading waa email. At the close Septem
ber pork was off 10c at 117.40. Lard waa
down 7 He at M.90. Ribs were oft 7 He
t i.27H. ' '
Estimated reoeipta for tomorrow were:
Wheat. 32 cars; corn, Itl cars; oata, 110
cara; hogs, 17.000 head.
Tha leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Opeo.l Hlgh. Low. Clcsa Tes'y.
f tha, Day
CoaaaaowUlaa. . '
N15W TOWIC Jtilv B - ntrR-TaclPt.
14.4o bUa; e 1 ports, 4.aw bole.; market.
ieoT, witn ugnt trade. atinneeoia
patenta. 4Jnai4.aTI: Mlnnraota bakers. U 46
W; winter rtnte, K0H?i winter
iralghta. B.7Mji.96; winter xtra. II V
v; low a-radea. tl sk Hre nour.
steady; fair to good. Si.4Otfa.90; choice to
rancy, 11 -3. - ,
i.UKNf.ALr-nr!T steady tine wniie
and yellow. l lo1.2; coarse, (LKKgLS; kiln
rel. K strea m.
RTB-Iull: No. 1 western. THc. f. O. b.
WHEAT Recelota. t.QOO bu.: exports.
1S.7M bu.. Spot market, easy; No. 1 red.
K3ic, elevator, and IBe f. o. b. afloat; Na.
I northern. Lniluth. 8Ho f. o. b. afloat;
No. t northern. ASHc f. O. b. afloat. Tha
opening waa lower on account of eaay
canica and dlftturMng nnanriaj news rrom
Ixndon. Wheat re Iliad on bullish Argen-
Ine crop news, further reports of rust and
covering, it lacKed gooo duii support, now
ever, and In the last hour weakened again
under a bearish Modern Miller report.
liquidation and small weekly clearances and
closed c net lower: May, Skrpiv
cloaed at Wc: July. rov.O4C. cloeea
CtHc: September. Al'tflM ll-lftc, Cloaed at
374c; TVcember. ISVfl7e. closed at Ho.
CURN Recelpta. .70 bu. ; exports, no.OT
bu.; spot market, weak No. 2, ele-
tor. and 5-"Vac. f. o. b. afloat: No. I yel
low. 69Hc; No. 2 white. Bc. The option
market waa generally weaker an favorable
weather news, cloeina lc net lower. July.
SC'.6Tc. cloaed at War: September. Mi9
STHc. cloaed at S6Vc; Decembers cloaed at
tiATB Receipts, 87.000 DU. ; exports, aw
bu.; spot market, easy; mixed oats. K to 32
lbs., 42Hc; natural white. 30 to ii lb., 4ZVk
44c! cllnued white. IS to 40 lbs.. 4CW49c.
FfcEl Btesdy; spring bran. 118 6 prompt
snipment; mhldlloga, (U.oo Jiuy anipment;
HAT Steady: shipping. J633c; good to
Cholre. BMr. .
HOPS Steady: slate, common to choice.
lfio crop, ineisc: 1904 eror, nominal; ias.
nominal; racinc cosst, ive crop, iwouc
1914 crop. 13c: olds, nominal.
Hlohd-Steadv: Oalveaton. 10 to JR lbs..
20c; California. 1 to 2a lba... 21o; Texaa,
ary. 14 to in ins.. ic.
I.FTHrtt.-Bti1y. add. 9An77Ua.
PROVISIONS Beef. Arm: family. 310.00
liV50; mess. Ior5.0. Beef hams, $21.00
43 22.&0; packet, 39.n0ti9.tn; city extra India
maes. iib nniion. fnt meats, nrm picnmi
bellies, 311 Soft 18.50; pickled shoulders, W.26
G.7T; pickled hams, $12 2f.ei2.76. Trd,
easv; western prime. $WSfl9.00: refined,
barelv steadv: continent. $9.40: South Amer
ica, $10.00: compound, $".00137 . Pork, firm;
ramny, $i.t: snort nos, its "ff ii.se.
TALLOW-Steady; city ($2.00 per pkg.),
416-lc; country (pkgs. free). 4T4iffHe.
RICE-Qulet; domestic, fair to extra. o.
Bt'TTER Steady; street price, extra
creamery., f"H&21c. Ofllelsl prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, leHfllOHc; renovated,
common to extra. 12yiHc: western fac
tory, common to firsts, 13fll7e; western
Imitation creamery, extraa, 18HC; western
CHEESE Strong ; new, state, full cream,
laige. tancy, Lu; fair to' good, 10fHc;
small, fancy. HVc;, fair to good. " WMl'100;
EOGS State. Pennsylvania and nearby
fancy selected white. 84c; choice, . 22(&23c;
mixed extrs. 22c; western firsts, 1718e;
seconds. lrrlHc; southern, 15H81c.
POtLTRT Uve. eaaler; western aprlng
chickens, 18c; fowls. 14c; turkeys. V.
Dressed, quiet; western spring chickens,
2MaMc; turkeys, 13c; fowls, 14c.
St.. I.oala Oeaeral Market. .
ST. LOUIS. Mo., July 20.-WHKAT-Lower
NO. t' red, cash and elevator, i5o;
track, .' 1 .-: September, "47(u)ibc; Le
ceinber, 77Tc; No. 2 hard. 75-&17HC-
CORN lwer; No. 2 cn, 4lc; track.
B2H'fWe; September, 4?Hc; Uecemoer, 46SC.
OATS Lower; No. 2 cash, 3&Hc; truer.,
STSjSTllic: September, $3c; Lcemoer. . iiCi
No. z wnite. mH'uac.
FI.Ol'R Steady ; red winter patents, $4 35
4.50; extra fancy and straight, $3.7bB4.30;
SKEl Timothy, steady: $S.7Bfl4.H.
CORNMEAL Bteady; $3j60.
BRAN Dull: sacked, east track, ib$c.
HAY-Steady; timothy, $12.5Ca 17.00; prai
rie. ClrtVnll.tO, ....
IRON COTTON TIES-11.00.
HKMP TWINE-THe. , ,
PROVlSION-Pork. lower; Jobbing. $17.15.
Lard, lower: prime steam. $J.50. Dry salt
meats, steady; boked extra shorts. $9.75;
clear rlba, $.8?H; short cleara. $10.00 Bacon.
steady; boxed extra shorts. $10.50; clear
ribs, $10.62H; short clear, $10.75.
POLiyiiii Steady; chicken, lOViC,
springs, ItiHc; ., turkeys. 12Hc; ducks,. 9c;
HIJTTER Firm; creamery. l9Hc; dairy,
.4ttc- ' ;
BOOS Steady; 13c, case count. '
SEW0RE STOCKS ASD BONDS
Mir let ia Actir And tht 0nets,l Eadt of
Frioei it Either.
ST. PAUL AND UNION PACIFIC LtADLRS
Besirarlsg Adviees Over ltaatlna la
IoaAaa s4 OsjUook lor Favor-
ale Book Statesaeat tha
NEW TORK. July 20-Soon after the
turn of the flret hour In the stock market
today the aalea of stocks had mounted to
a total aa great aa for the whole day yes
terday. Thla rate of Increase In the anima
tion of the market was by no meana sus
tained throughout tbe session, but the dsy's
total Amounted to the largest for any
day of tha week. Buvtng at times waa
very active and well puraued on the ad
vances and the speculative tone ahowed a
decisive change from the hesitation and
timidity lately prevailing. There waa a
momentary dip at the opening In response
to the decided upset In the London mar
ket, but the placing of large orders In tiie
leading, stocks promptly swept price to a
higher level. There waa a congestion of
demand In a few stocks which have been
conspicuous market leaders tor some time.
St. I'aul. Union Pacific. Southern Pacitio
and Reading absorbed a large proportion
of the dealing In thA later trading some
other stocks were brought forward from
time to time and tha discrepancy In the
movement partly rectified, but the stocks
designated held a market prominence In
the dealings throughout. The movement
waa still regarded as due largely to cover
ing operations by the shorts. Observers
discovered some operations of Importance
on the long aide of the market, but they
were supposed to he directed against the
vulnerable short Interest.
The high prices at the recovery today
showed an excess for a number of promi
nent stocks over the prices touched on the
recovery which culminated early laat ween
and this waa taken to Indicate an Improve
ment In the technical condition of the market-
The depression In Ixmdon wss at
tributed largely to Ruaslan affairs, but
anxiety has been felt over conditions In
London aver since it waa known tnat neip
had been emended to some large accounts
to enable them to be carried through the
last stock murket settlement. Reassuring
advlcea over the present situation there
were received In Wall street todsy. Senti
ment over the money outlook waa Improved.
Accepted authorities estimate the caah gain
by the banks on the week's currency move
ment at upward of $,ono.000 and a strong
bank atatement la expected ' tomorrow,
ljtrge payments were made at the . eub-
treaatirv todav on account of the surren
der of government deposlte. ' today being
tha laat day set for the. payment of $10.
OOO.OCO. An offset Is expected to be shown,
however, aa a result of the redenoalt of
part of the proceeds of the Pansma canal
bond subscriptions which will be announced
from Washington tomorrow. Inqulrlea from
London were received In New York as to
tha nrohahla amount of American gold re-
ntiirementa between now and the end of
the year and the Inference was drawn
that the London market will relinquish
without 'opposition a sufficient amount for
the purpose. Arrivals of new gold ex
pected In Iondon next week amount to
$5,000,0110 and It Is hoped that an effective
portion of thla will be secured tor New
York. The prime motive for the covering
operntlona by the bears In today's market
waa believed to be the uneasiness caused
by the lack of response yesterday to a
number of occurrences which might be re
garded as disappointing to speculative
hopes, especially the non-action of the St.
Paul and the Unmn Pacific dlrectore at
their meetings and the leaving of the Amal
gamated Copper dividend unchanged at the
previous rate of disbursement. The ab
sence of selling pressure at the excessive
stages of today a advance kept up the
confidence of the buyers and sustained the
raise at nearly the top until tne
Bonds were Irregular. Total ealee, par
value. $1,046,000. United States bonds were
unchanged on call. -
The I0II0V.111K ara tha quotaj.ons on tna
gold reserve, shows: Aral labia rash bal
ance. $171,152.(39; gold cola and bullion,
$97.2.281; gold certificates, $37.t0!,0S0.
Jew Tork Mooey Market.
NEW TORK. July Ja-MONET-On rah.
easy at HSH per rent; ruling rata, $a$2H
per cent; closing h4 t per pent; offered at
3M per cent. Time losna. slightly esster;
sixty days. 4 p"' cent; ninety day a, 4a
per cent; six months, 3'4i Per Cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER- H
STERLING EXCHANOB-Flrmer at
$4 lUtoiM MflO for demand And a w M.8175ai
nw for slxty-dsy bills; poet. rates.
$4 ft?H snd $4 85H; commercial bills, $4 81V
PlLVBH-mr, , Kc; aiexican aoiiars.
BONDS Government, dun; railroad, lr
regulsr. Quotations on 75ew tork bonds today
were as follows!
V. 9. rf. . rag 1MV Jap . M serial
4o muana 13 to 4 elf,
V rag K'JVt, in etfa
;.." do Id arrln
V. . eld 4. rag I "J It, AN. uni. 4a...
V. . a. 4. reg
do coupon . . . .
At. Tobacre 4s. .
Atrhleon fan. 4s.
ds Sdl. 4
AtlaoUr C. L. 4s..,
Bal. A Ohio 4
Brx. T. e. 4a...,
Central of Oa. ta .
do Id Inc
do Id Inr
Tha. Okie 4 Ha
rhlrago A A. ta
C. B A Q. s. 4a.
C. R. I. A P. 4a
4o col, la
CfT. A St. U
' Man. c.
...IKH Mai. r.iul 4a...
...irV do lat lar
... T7: Minn A t. L. 4
...111 I M . K A T. 4a..
o.tt! do la
... v N. It. P. of M. t.
... N. T. C. I IHa..
...10t N. 1 C. I....
... n No. Patlllr 4a.....
... IS4 . ds ta ; ... .
...11I;0. 8. U rto 4a.
... Wig'Tnn. conT. I4a..
... 17 Raadlns san. 4a..
St. U A I M
OMAHA LIVE STOCi MAIIET
CaUIa of AH liidj Blow, -hth Waai
HOGS ' SUFFER A fURTHtR OECLCTE
Rbeep Trmalo Tery Hall aad Twatr
nti to "glxry Uear Tkaa
a Week Am Raseiyta
SOUTH OMAHA. July 20, 10$.
Recelpta were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Tuesday ....
Oincial Wednesday ..
oniclal Thursdsy ...
. 1W St. L AS r f 4a. :H
. 7'4 St. 1 i. W. c. 4a ... 7
. 7 ISaaboard A. U 4a ... -H
. M' So Paclftr 4 lilt
lOTHI 00 lat ta ctf 3
Colo. Ind. t. ear. A. 7 So. Rallwar hi
do aerlea R 7a Triaa A P. la
Colorado MI4. 4a 71 T . 91. I. A W. 4a.
Colo. A 'So. 4a........ MVVntoa PanBr 4a...
raba a liut I a. Riaal M la...
D. A R. O 4a IWs.Wibtrt la
Dtatlllara' Aac. la 14V da dab R...
Erie p. I. 4a 100 Waaorn Md. aa
do an. 4a .:.'.. Invaw. A U R. 4a....
Horklns Val. 4 Ha. . . .lost, , Wla. Central 4a...,
Japan aa 11
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
B08TON. July 30. Call loans. 3Hfl4H per
cent; time loans, SfifiH Pr cent. Official
nosing on stocks and Donna:
Corn, bu. ........
.... 46,000 '
Kansas City Grain aad Provtsloaa.
KANSAS CITT. JMly 20. WHEAT Mar
ket steady; July, ut)c; September, 70Hc;
December. wc. cash: imo.
73c; No. 3, TKp.:Hc: No. 4. W
73fi:4c: No. 3. 7iH7Sc; No. 4,
CORN Market H81 lower; July, i'e;
September, 4oHe, December, 43e. Cash: No.
2 mlxe'- 0Vc;,fo. a. BUai; no. i wnua, oic;
No. 3. 51e.
, OATS Steady; Ko. white, 4014:; No. 2
mlx?d, 3Jc. . ,,
E3G8 Bteady to higher: Miaaourt . and
Kansas, new No. 2 whltewood caaea In
cluded, I 16Hc: caaa oount, l&c; cases re
turned. He leaa.
HAY Timothy, steady; prairie. o
higher; choice timothy, 310. 00(5 10. M; choice
prairie,. $9. IpaaOO. v . . .
BUTTER Weak; creamery.' lc; paaklnf,
AtcMaon ad). 4a....
Max. Central 4a..
Boatnn A Albany.,
Boaton A Maine...,
ftoathn elevated ...
N. T , N. H. A H.
Amr. Arga. Chem.
A mar Pnaa. Ttibo..
A mar. Sugar
Amar. T AT
A mar. Woolen
Edlaon glee. Illu
lulled Rho Mach. ,
V. 8. Rteal
WeatlDg. com mo
American Ztnr .
Cal A Hacla...
Oippar Hang ..
lata Royala ....
Maaa. Mlnlnf ..
Mrnit. C. AC...
Old Dominion ..
L'nltad Copper .
.1 rtX t lah
.. Mv, Victoria ..
. . 5V4i Winona ..
I.ondoa Closing Stock.
: IONDON, July to. Closing quotations on
tht Stock exchange were:
Conaola, money .. M ll-i4 Norfolk A W
Amalsaraated Copper ..
Amarlcaa C. A T
American C. A F. -pfd..
American Cotton Oil....
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. A U pfd.
American Ice, .acrltla..,-( 4.K'
Aaiarlcan Llnaead Oil
Am. Llnaaed oil pfd
Amen aa . tacomotl a
Am. LocomotW pfd
American R At R. ..;......
Am. g. A R. pfd
American Sugar Refining.
Am. Tobacco pfd ctfa. .....
Anaconda Mining Co.......
Atchlaoa pfd A
I Avianiio o &.u
1 Baltimore A Ohio
Bal A Ohio pfd
gale. High. tew. Cteae
11.500 M W'
1 me isv, I4H
in inriv, inov
M0 uv, MVi
44 Vi MVa
ItK) 4JV 40
,.M0 . 70, US.
" 10O 114 1T4
,4W 144V& I444j 14Vk
l(K 111 it in
I.IOO 117 V, 1164
1 hard rZa 1 Brooklya Rapid Tranalt.... M
m-rl.. v-, air Canadia Pcl I
redl Central of New Jeraey......
4, 7107ic. . chcaapaak. A Ohio t
1 Receipt. ShlphienlH.
..... j9,eoo , li.ono
4 ' 1
17 60 I 17 40
Corn bu. .
Oata, bu. .
j .... MUiiopJls Oral Market,
' MINNEAPOLIS, July .-FI)VR-Flrst
patents, $4.284.33: second patents, M.10
4 30: first cleara,. $3 853.45; second clears.
$2.50i(f2.4t): .' "
BRAN In bum,-W.uvri..
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis' and Chicago delivery). Tha
range of prices, as reported by F. D. Day
A Co.. 110-1 U Board ( Trade, was:
Artlclea.l Or en. H!fh. Low. Cloac.l Tas y
8132 82 1 81
77HV4N) 7TH TTrif
1 1JHI 1 H! 1 1
1 1W 1 12H) 1 12
1 llVa 1 UWI 1 H
1 11 s
Louia . .
I 27 Wl 8 nW 9 U
05 I 9 05 I 3 15
Cash ouotatlona ware as follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter patenta. S3 5034.00;
winter straights, $3au$.70; spring patenta.
lights, w-vva.u,; bak-
Mllwaokee Oralo Market.
- MILWAVKEE, July 20. WHEAT Mar
ket steadv) No. 1 northern. S4c; No. 2
northern. 81ifJS3c; September. JTSc bid.
RYE-Hlgher; No. .?..
B A RLET Dull ; No. 2, 65t5V; ampla.
CORN-I)r: No. I caah, 50Hle. Sep
tember, 50c asked.
Dalotk Orala Market.
DCLVTH. July 30.-WHEAT-O track.
No. 1 northern. tOc; No. ! northern. 77V';
July, 79HO; September. TTSo; - Decembei.
cTaTS To arrlva And on track, 33Vc; July.
Liverpool Grala mm 3roTtaloaiB. . -
Ttwnonni. Jnlv . WHEAT Spot.
nominal; futures, Bteady ; July, $V1: Sep
tember. 6a74d; December, 6o7Sd.
r-riDiHrvct nuiat: American nuxeo. new.
4a 9d. Futurea. quiet; July. 4a8d; Bep-
tember. 4s '
"' Peoria Grata Markot
PEORIA. July 20.-CORN Lewar; No.
yellow, mc; 10. a. ear; ro..a, ate.'
OATS Easy: No. 8 whlta. old..; now.
36c: No, 4 white, old, Wei new, o-
$3 7lrd4 0O; aprlng atra
era. z lu.
WHEAT-No. I 7SJ80c; Ko.
No. 2 red. TpjWac.
COTKN-No. I, tvc; No. t yellow. $le.
OATS No. 1 $4Sc; Io. t white, aMKaJVa;
No. I whlta. HaOkVc
BA RLE Y Mood feeding, 40c; fair to
rbolce malflotr, 4SB0c.
UEEIDS-No. 1 flax. tl.0H: No. 1 north
western, ft 19. Timothy, prima, $4. 25. Clover,
.-ootract grade.' 811.36.
PKOVI8ION8 6hort rlba aldea flooael,
t9.aVoA.30. Meaa pork, per bbl., $19 70 20.00.
lArd. per ion lba . S&.M. Short clear aldea
Following were t he reoeipta and ship
ments of flour ao4 grain:
. i . . JUcalpta Shipments.
Flour, ' bbla. 14.709; 15.100
Wheat, bu . .eJ taO 44. LW
Corn, bu 3 3w) Wi.M
Oata, btt.k...,M,... 3vd.A9 lol.Va)
rtye, bu av 3,1110
WW, bu 11.0UU 4.3U0
On tha Produeo eichang today fha butter
market wa toady; craamrtev lVfilPVao;
Aauiaa, U.& ITyo. Fgga, ateady; at mark,
oaaes IncludedT. Uajio; ftrat. 14c; prima
flrsts. Uvo; axLraa. UVaO. LLaaoa, gtaady;
. ,". ....
TotoAo Soodl Markot.
TOLEDO, O., July 10 SEED Clover,
eaah. $7. 19; October, $7.85; December,
$7.07 H. Timothy. $2.68. . Alalka $7.15
Certtoo Market .
NEW TORK. July 30 COTTON-Bpot.
steady: middling aplaada. ' lie; .inlddllug
gulf. 11.36c. Maiea, i oaiea.
ST. LOUIS. July 1 V 4rTTON-tady
middling, lie. Saiaa.-lil bales; racalpta. 11
balea; shipments, 50 bale; atock. . 24.M4
LIVERPOOL. July COTTON Soot
quiet, price 4 points lower; American mid
dling fair. A47d; good middling, gg.d; mid
dling. $ 07d; low middling. I jtuoa or
dinary. 574; ordinary, 5 474. The aalea of
tha day were t.OuO bale, tj which 5u9 were
for speculation ana export Ana included
4 An balea of American; receipts. 10UU balra,
including I.ons American.
NEW YORK. July .-CCrTTON-Srjot
market cloaed quiet; aaiea. 375 boles; low
ordinary, 7 7-lac, nominal; ordinary, 7 18-lAc
good ordinary, 9Ve; low mlddllag. 10 714c
Bnlddtlng. li-lc, good . rnlddltng.. 11 l-ltc
middling fair. 11 14- lie, nominal; fair,
13 7-llc. nomioai. itecelpta, 141 kaiaa
Atoca. aj.BM pajeo.
Chlcaio Oraat Waatara
Chicago A Northwaetern.,
Chicago, Mil. A At. P
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfdJ
C. C C. A St. L
Colored Fuel A Iron. . . .
Colorado A Bout hers
Colo. A Ro. lat pfd
Cole. A Ro. id pfd
Corn Product a rff
Corn Prod acta Md. rfg
Delaware A Hudeon
Delaware. I. A w
Pan rar A Rio Orand
P. A R. 0). pfd...
Erie lat pfd
Erie Id pfd...:....
International Paper pfd....
ltaraatio! . Pump pfd
ow Central pfd
Kanaaa Clip taut bar
Kanaaa City Ro. pld
Loulrrlll Naah , es-41
Maalcan Central .
Mlnneapolta A 8t.
M , Rt. P. A A. I
M . At. p. A S. 8.
Miaaeurt. K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
tlonal R. R. of M.
New York Central...
N. Y.. O. A W.. ai-dlr
Norfolk A Waster. ....
Norfolk A W. pfd
North Ata art can
People' a Oaa
C C. A ft. L
Praaaad Rteal Car
Preaeed Heel Car pfd...
Pullman Pal car
Reading let pfd
Reading Id pfd-
Republic Steal pfd
Rock liland C
Rock lalaad Co. pfd
St. L. A 8. F. Id pfd
Rt. LcAla southwestern
Rt. Lou la 8. W. pfd
Rout hern Pacific
R. Pacific pfd
Ro Railway pfd
Teanaeee Coal A Iron
Taiaa A PactRc
Toledo, At. L. A W
T . St. L. A W. pfd
t'nlea Prlle pfd
t ailed Rtatea gipree
tutted Rtatea Realty
lotted Rtatea Rubber
V. 8. Rubber pfd ,
t'nlted Rtatea A'aal
C. 8. Ileal pfd
Va -Carollaa Chemical ....
V a. -Carolina Ckam. sf....
Weatlngkoua Elaetna ....
Wbeallng A Lake Art....
Wis. Central pld
N OCT her Facia,
C antral Leather
Casual Laat bar pfg
Oraat Nartkar pfd
Iatarbwpwgk Mat. pfd
M.lfl" ' 744 4
t,no 1UV lt 1H
O0 nil 21i-a
Sort 14k, UV) M
hnt 17W iivt 17
l.noo ihv, larvv imv,
IS. Of 1714, 1"S l7'1
100 14 II II
1M t"4 I, 17V,
.17 1 do prd 14
. IIV, Ontario A W 4
. KvMj Pannaylranla i ........ 1
.IMV, Rand Mince IS
. I"4I do lat pfd.... 4'
. 17V,1 do Id pfd 41
.111 (southern Railway ... 1414
. H do pfd lot
. 41 1 Southern Pacific .... IIV,
. 7 Vnlon Pacific IHV4
.41 f do pfd 17V,
. 71V, ip. g. Steel J.i'a
. 70V,' do pfd 106V,
.111 fwabaah tQ
.147V, v do pfd 4vt
. l!,Ppanlih 4 12V,
SILVER Bar, firm, 3-ied per ounce.
MONEV-l44i2 per cent.
The rats 01 discount- In the open market
for short bills Is per cent; for three
months' bills, StotfiSv per cent.
Baltimore A Ohio..
Chea. A Ohio.......
Chicago Ot. W
C. M. A Rt. P
Denver A R. O
do let pfd
do Id pfd
llllnola Central ..
LeulaTllla A Naah
M.. K. A T
N. T. Central
Five daya this week..l.fl6 43,437 25.a
Five days lsst Wek....l5.1l 37.r770 11.932
Same two wcka ago.... 8.940 37.040 13.460
Bain three weeka a go.. 16.081 63.797 lO.idQ
Same four weeks ago....l6.&0 67.817 4 19
Five days lsst year....l.197 61,267 S6.768
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
Tha following tabic shows tna recelpta of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with laat year:
1913. 1906. Inf..
Cattle 5U.699 471.2"$ 41.4H4
Hogs , l.;6.9r9 1,441.614 134.343
Sheep 8C2.588 793.327 1!
KANUU OF i'KlCES.
Omaha $Uo'i4 6 4 4iv,a
Chicago 1.25v-0 5 70 j.90
ivanaaa tuny X (-(i a .kv ,u
ht. Louis I (ka 25 6.40 ti.
Blotut City 2.5ua.76 6.85 tj.W
The following will show the prices paid
for the different kind of cattle on the
South Oma ha market:
Oood to rholoa corn-fed steers $5 50Q4.25
r'alr to good corn-fed ateers 5ut80
Common to fair corn-fed steers.... 4 5t.0U
Oood to choice cowa and helfera... $.7f'u4.60
Kalr to good cows and heifers 2.ifxg3.75
Common to fair cows and heifers., 1,7b '8.75
Oood to choice stockers & feeders.. $7fVa4.10
Kalr to good stockers & focders.... 3 2o'(.7o
Common to fair stockera 2 0.SS 24
Hulls, stags, etc 2.7f4j4.10
'eal calves 4.08i.76
Tha following table shows tha Average
price of nogs at South Omaha for tha laat
several days, with comparisons:
Data. I 1908. 105. l)0t. 1903. 1902. 1901. 11900.
J my U...
5 291 6 17!
i 33 5 11
t tl 4 stf
S e S tM
t 47 5 13
6 541 6 19 6 17
.bjVi 5 001 6 21
6 6IV41 6 i'-n 6 1
8 391 7 821 3 831
I 45 7 80 5 84 I 13
1 4JI 8 8b 5 13
T 79 5 93) I 04
7 71 I M I 53
I 4 841 $ 14
7 73 8 08
7 76 1 71!
T 721 4 661 I 02
6 201 T 71! 5 56! 4 94
4 22 7 741 6 59, 4 87
7 661 W 4 Vf
.. I 6 59 6 Oil 5 221 i 6 681 4 t)
100 ' 14
VW ' I4
l.ino 17 vi . ls
t.4 77V4 M'4
t.g4 . v,
too iaej Ml '
00 171 in V, 171
I.KS) IIV, II ' lVi
104 . U MVi Uve
10s n o ii
100 1 rt an
10 1144 ll V
80 3IV4 M 33Va
1,000 141 ' 144 l
loo MV4 ! 10 VI
100 M 41 44
704 114 Hi 111
104 II V SOt, II
3.100 n lit, M4
00 47 44 MV,
1.100 74V, 71 Vj ' 14
ioo "iiv, "to
I K 10? V,
lu 14 V,
Teaal aalaa tee the ear. 9M.T4A aaacaa.
Hew Tork Mlalag Stoeka.
NEW TORK. July 20-Cloalng quotations
n mining atuv-aa wan;
A da ma Cea
Bruoawtck Caa ...
Coa, t al. A V...
Little CkUf .
Imall Hapai , ..
Bosk f learlaga.
OMAHA. July 30. Bank clearings for to
day were $1.490.0; 2 07 and for the corre
epondiag data laat year $1.4b5.48l.5s.
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 26 Today's
atatoonont of tha traaaary balance in thg
ganeraj fund, aacIuaIva of tba 14.00,U0
BOSTON, Mass., sJiiry 20. WOOL-The
Boston Commercial -kMllelln will say of
the wool market tomorrow: Thera la a
better tone to the -local wool market.
Bualneaa shows improvement on laat
week, when buyers were aomewhat un
settled, owing to the , uncertainty, of the
London news. This has now been cleared
away by cables received showing that on
all good woola prices rule Arm and about
on tha level of the 'May sales, closing
rates. It Is expected that the current
series .will close firm. Several pending
trades have been closed. Worated woola
have the best call, sales of medium un
washed fleece at 33ir24o.and ot medium
territory at 272Sc doing large. A good
sited turnover of firm Australian la also
the rula of the firmer tone at London.
Boston values are firm, as previously
quoted. Holders of medium fleeces are
disposed to ask firmer prices. And In the
west owners have marked up prices half
a cent on medium grades at St. Louis.
Montana values are said by local dealers
to be more In Una with seaboard rates, 7n
the range of 19HC to 24c aa to quality of
wool aeveral tntlllon pounds have been
aold at Great Falls, Billings and Olendlve.
Tha shipment of wools, .front . Boston to
date from December 1 27, 1905. according
to the same authority are 137,437,882
pounds agalnat 131,141.265 pounds at tho
aama time last year. .The receipts to date
are 145.048.204 pound, against 206,924,il0
pounda for the aame period laat year.
8T. LOUIS, Mo., - July 30. WOOL
Steady; medium grades combing and
clothing, 24!8c; light fine. 1822C;
heavy fine. 14 17c; tub washed. 82 38 He.
LONDON. July 20. WOOL The fourth
series of the 11 auction aales closed today.
During the series values showed the fol
lowing chenges: Merinos and fine cross
bred, unchanged to 5 per cent lower; me
dium and coarse, greasy crosa-oreos, un
changed; slipes and scourea. per cent, ae-
cllne; Cape of uoop nope ana rvaiai, un
changed to per cent oeiow tne uuiu
series. Tho withdrawals were largest in
some time. Today's offerings were 10.220
balea. principally good, greaay merinos.
France secured most of this class at full
rates. A few lots of cross-breds sold at
nrm ratoa to the horn trade. Following
are today's sales In detail: New 8outh
Wales. 2.000 balea; acoured, lKfflsUVpd;
gressy. 7dgis md- Queensland. l.oi bales;
scoured, 1 3d 01 a lid; greasy. ScVffls Id. Vic
toria, 1.300 bales: aooured, la id1a; greasy.
$dia4d. South Australia. 500 bales;
scoured. Is6dls9d; greasy, 6dtfls d.
New Zealand, 6.200 bales; scoured, la's
lsUWd; greasy, 7dQls Id. Cape of Good
Hope and Natal. 9u0 bales; scoured. Is 6d
Is Ud; greaay, ftjjlld.
NEW TORK. July 20. There waa a sharp
advance in the London tin market with
spot closing at 168 5s and fi ires at 167
10s. Locally the market was firm and
higher with spot quoted at $36 55flO.0. Cop
per was lower In London with spot quoted
at 1)50 15a and futures st 79 17s 6d. Locally
the market waa dull and nominal with
lake copper quoted at $18 27Hfil8 T5: electro
lytic. $13.0U18 60; casting. $17. 76318.00. Iad
was Is 3d lower at U Us 9d In Ixmdon,
but was unchanged locally at $5 76. g)peltei
advanced 5a to 27 In th London market,
but was unchanged at $6.6n?7.0t) in the New
York market. Iron was lower In the Eng
lish market with atandard foundry quoted
at 50s and Cleveland warrant at 5tie 3d
and locally the market was unchanged. No.
2 foundry northern la quoted at 318.5OrlT19.0O;
No. 3 foundry northern. $18,00418.50: No. 1
foundry aouthern. $17.504313.26; No. 2 foundry
ST. LOl'Ifl. July 20. Lead, steady at $5 4
tpyoivk; spelter, ateady at as. no. (
NgW TORK. July 20 -COFFEE Market
ror tuturea ruled quiet and ateady At un
changed prlcea to an advance of 4 points,
although European cablea war slightly
disappointing and the primary news con-,
talned specially bullish feature Trading
here waa very quiet at fHt, but th market
held steady on buying by trade and Wall
street Interests, presumably on the valori
sation talk, and waa very firm toward the
cloae on the support from these sources.
Last price were firm at a net advance of
IfxuiO points. Sales for the day Were re
ported of 46.500 baga. Including July at
6 90c. Auguat at 8 3tA4tic. 8-ptember At
4 36 49c, December At 4 aoflti. Tbc,
Amarar aad Molaaaoa.
NEW TORK. July 30-SrGAR-Raw.
firm; fair refining. 34c; centrifugal, 96 test,
Sc; molasses sugar, 3c; refined, No. A 4.20c;
No. 7. 4 15c: No. 8. 4.10c: No. 9. 4.0Bc; No. 10,
4 0ftc; No. 11. 3 96c; No 12. 8 Inc; No. 13.
$.8Bc; No. 14. 8.86c: confectioner's A, 4.68c;
mold A, 4.15c: cut losf. 6.rc: crushed, 4 50c;
riwdered. 4.90c; granulated, 4.8uc; tubes.
NEW ORLEANS. July 20 St'OAR
Bteadv; open kettle centrifugal. 3jg I-16c;
centrifugal wbltea, 3j4c, sacenda, 20
.The following ahows the number of cara
of stockers and feeders shipped to the
country yesterday and their points of des
tination: CATTLE. Cara.
D. Rutledga, Herman, Neb.-M. O.... 1
William Burgom, Silver City, la. Wab.. 1
Thomas Martin. Carson, la. R. 1 1
L. H. Lamar, Storm 1-eke, la. I. C 2
II. E. Owen, Stanton, Neb. F. E 2
John Tlarks, Ulliut, la U. W i.
Guy Scott, Manhattan, Kan. V. P 1
George Dcchert, Rising City. Neb. U. P. 1
W. N. Farley, Arcadia, 1.-N. W 1
Frank Collin. Blnghamton. N. Y N. W. 1
Slgnall Bros., Msnnlng, Ia.-N. W 1
Slgnall Broa.. Halbur. Ia.-N. W 1
Sampson R., Audubon, Is. N. W.... 1
Jake Newman, Harlan, la. N. W 1
M. Boyle, Camfrey, Minn. N. W 1
J. E. McGlll. Hitchcock, 8. D.-N. W.... 1
Charlea LaFever, Camfrey. Minn. N. W. 1
C. P. Gilbert & Son, Wagner Siding
N. W I
Charles Hevendeen, Crystal Lake, 111.
N. W 1
J. W. Hart, Montpeller, Ind.-N. W.... 1
J. W. Hurd. What Cheer. Ia.-N. W I
Z. H. Clark. Newman Grove N. W 1
George C. Blcser, Odebolt, la. N. VV.... 1
Bieser Co.. Odebolt, Ia.-N. W 1
C. W. Dexter, Oneida. N. Y. N. W 1
William Hook. Cody-N. W 1
E. Kelley, Sheldon, la M. At O 1
Burna Bros., fiheldon Ia. M. AY. O 1
R. T. Hoyt. Clyde, III. Q t. 1
H. C. Partlow. Clyde, Ill.-Q 1
M. H. Williams, Ottumwa, Ia. Q 1
Hudaon Bros. A Co., Louisville, Ky. Q.. 1
J. Goodfellow. Malta Q 2
C. Valleire, Ashland Q 1
Robertson Bros., Kanaaa City. Mo. Q.. 1
O. B. Lake. Lake Charles, La. Q 1
J. D. Ewlng. Aahland C. 1
A. Benjamin, Arapahoe- 1
Charles Ogleby, Glasgow, Mo. Mo. P.. 1
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs, one p. ti r a.
A Novel d Valuable
Buy a t0. 00 excursion ticket to Worland. Wro., la
tha Big Horn Pastn and register ther to draw for a laad
prise In the Shoshone Reservation or make Worland roar
objective point In looking up a mineral or timber claim la
the Owl Creek mountains. The final limit of August lBtta
will permit you to make the side trip from Worland to tha
Thermopolla hot springs, whose waters and curative pro
perties are pronounced as fine as any In the world; tha out
flow is 18,800,000 gallons of water every 14' hours at a
temperature of 186 degrees F. Thermopolls will become
one of the most remarkable health resorts ot this country.
Side trip tickets from Ed gemont' through the Black
Hills to Deadwood and return, $7.00; to Hot Springs, 8. D.,
and return, $2. From Frannle to Cody and return, 11.10.
Stop-overs allowed on Shoshone tickets. Fifteen day's
personally conducted camping tour from Cody through
Yellowstone Park over the Sylvan Pass Route, everything
Another delightful mountain side trip Is that from
Cody to Col. Cody'a Pahaska Tepee, or Ixig Cabin Inn, la
the Yellowstone Park Forest Reserve, S miles east of tha
Park boundry. This Is one ot the choicest mountain and
forest hunting and trout fishing spots anywhere available,
. Call or write for Yellowstone Park folders describing
tours beyond Gardiner or Cody; or Black Hills leaflet;
Shoshone free lands; Big Horn Basin folder, etc. Let ma
describe to you the possibilities of an outing through the
interesting Northwest in connection with
the cheap excursion rates to Worland, on
of the principal points of registration for
J. B. REYNOL D, C. P. A.,
1502 Karnam KU, Omaha, Neb.
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 M t M " I
1 710 1 K i to I Be
1 HI III 4 aao I t
1 410 I M II 77 3 4
1 7H I 71 II tit t U
1 41 I Tt
3 cows. a... 6 8 80 43 cows 872 8 10
25 cow 918. 3 10
HOGS As noted yesterday the hog mar
ket this week haa been In rather peculiar
condition and It 1 a difficult matter to
make It plain to shippers from any de
scription that one can give. This morning
It opened with a few good shipping hogs
selling at ateady prlcea. On the other
hand, heavy hogs were 5c lower right front
the beginning. Tha trade all the morning
waa t!ow and It late before the mar
ket was really under way. It wound up
with all kinds of hogs selling lower, aa will
be noted from the sales below.
Today's decline carries the market to th
low point of the week, the heas selling on
an average today a big 10c tower than on
Friday of last week.
bulla, 32 404 20; calves. S3 000180; Texaa
and Indian steers, 43.80gj6.00; cows and heif
HOGS Hecelpta, 4,0(10 head: market
higher; plga and lights. 2A.70CA.AS; packers.
$6fje.80; butchers and best heavy, 3A.70
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta. 800 head;
market stesdy; native muttons, 83.ier.00;
lambs, U OOHjA.nO; culls And bucks, f2.0o3e.80;
C. M. A St. P 3
Missouri Pacific 8
Union Pacific system. 18 S3
C. At N. W. east 3 10
C. At N. W., west 7 61
C., Bt. P.. Ji. & O.... 4 13
C. B. A. Q., eaata 2 3
C, B. A. Q., west 8 29
C, R I. A P., eaat.... 1 11
C, R. I. A P., west 3
Illinois Central I
Chicago Oreat West'n 3 2
Total recelpta 61 ltt 2 2
The disposition of the uiv i receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tha num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle, nogs, eneep.
Omaha Packing Co
Bwlft and Company......
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Company
Cudahy Pack. Co., K.. C.
Armour A Co., K. C
lxbman A Co
Hill A Son
Hamilton A Rothschild..
J. B. Root A Co
St. Louis Dressed B'f Co.
tl.l.i a A
Other buyers 28 1,147
Total i.222 11.838 1.855
CATTLD-Recelpta of cattle were very
light thla morning, aa usual on a Friday.
Moreover, Ilia quality was un an averas
poor, there being very little In tha way of
really desirable Killers on saie.
The trad on Deer ateers waa aiow ana
dull. There were very few really desirable
killers and buyers seemea to nave an tna
medium klnda that they required. Hence
ha offerlr.ga were hard to move, as Duyers
did not seem to care for the kinds of cattle
on sale, except If tney could Duy mem at
a little reduction from yesterday. Tha
market aa A whole might be described aa
slow and. weak to 10c lower.
Tha market oa cows ana neirere or gooa
quality was about ateady, but tha trade
waa slow even on them. With tha more
common grades that is, cannera and cut
tersthe demand waa very alack, buyers
apparently navlng about .ill the ctttle of
that aeacription on nana tnai may were
needing for the week to kill, and prices
In consequence were unevenly lower.
80 few stockers and feeders are com
ing that It la rather difficult to quote tha
market from day to day, but It Is safe to
say that the few received are generally
selling at steady prlcea.
H I 10
.., 4 t
... I afl
... I to
0 4 41 '
...!0 10 4 M
,..tM ... 4 40
...141 44 4 K
110 4 t
.4 mo I to
.!J1 140 4 t
44 4 M
40 4 SO
.. 4 11
.. 4 tiv
.. 4 It
... 4 lit
... 4 1!
.144 140 4 IIV
..Jtl) 40 I tt
120 IDA i tt
110 140 4 tt
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40 4 tt
... 4 44
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1 im in it ii 3 so
1 IM I T4 44 1K14 6 14
I UI 4 It II. ... 111 I 10
t 1141 4 It 14 1111 I W
1 414 4 40 at Ull I It
I lilt 4 10 10 11H I II
14 100 4 71 10. .v lltl I 41
1 1144 4 4 14 Ull 4 t
1 114 I 40 tl ..IM I 40
1 M0 3 44 It 1174 3 44
1 M0 1 18 1 T4 8 4S
1 an 1 It 1 laa I 0
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f 104 1 t in IH
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t Ill I 4 t 111 I 4
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1 loa I I - 1011 8 74
I u I 44 1 114 3 71
1 7M I 71 4 1170 4 14
14 all 8 II
COWB AND HEITERS.
II IH 3 44
I M IK I 148 8 84
H 717 I U 1 MO IN
1 710 I 44 I HI I 4
1 10 I to 1 470 8 I
1 H4 1 1 3 no I 1
1 744 I 44 1 114 I 41
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I in 1 7t I uaa 1 to
I ISO I 40 1 1170 I 71
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t 1114 I M 1 1144 I 44
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1 11 8 a 4 l I
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13 33 3 4 2 34 4
111 240 4 41
..Ml 1(0 4 41
..171 110 I 4?l
..114 120 4 42
..271 ... 4 44
..21 40 4 41
..170 N 111
..144 ... 4 41
. ll ... 4 41 44 IM
71 172 MO I 41 II n
14 141 140 I 44 74 227
47 Kt 120 4 4t 14 244
II 174 M III It 254
tl 124 IM 4 44 14 M4
II ..I0 114 4 41 41 2
74 ;,.ll ... 4 44 74...
17.. 210 140 4 41 14...
4 T'.-.tM 110 4 47 TI..'.
71 ,,.141 ... 147 It...
.l.IIS4 40 4 47 M...
7b ,.t0 40 4 47 I...
14 '..117 ... 4 47 74...
44 JM 110 4 471 14...
47 ...Ill 10 47 41 Ill
40 lot 10 4 47 41 22T
44 IB'.. 147 41 244
74 2!l 200 47 71 214
44 471 40 47 42 214
4 231 10 4 47 74 Ill
2 ,..224 144 I 47 - 70 Ill
44 224 ... 4 40
1 ITS ... 8 TI 1 Ml ... 4 4
1 114 ... 4 04 1 421 ... 4 00
8HEEP Receipts this morning were very
small, there being only three fresh cars
reported In In addition to a few carried
over from yesterday. The market as- a
whole was very alow and dull, and It took
a longer time to dispose of tha few loads
In sight than Is required to sell ten times
the number on a good market.
The aheep market thla week haa been
carried down rapidly by the big break at
Chicago. Aa noted yesterday aheep during
tne nrst nsn or the week sold at tins point
higher than they did at Chicago, ana as
that fact became noised about among buy
ers they naturally began lowering their
bide. At the same time Chicago broke
badly, which made it still worse here. Tha
result ia that tha market at thla point is
2&(fti0o lower on wethers and yearlings than
It was one week ago and 26c lower on
Sellers are calling attention to the fact
that buyers are making a greater distinc
tion in quality than was the casn a week
or ten daya ago. Hence It la that common
half-fat sheep that would have aold very
rapidly to the packera a short time ago
would have to go to the feedera at tha
Quotations: Good to choice spring lambs,
8. iot(j7.60; fair to good spring lamba, tfi.33
4 76; gootl to choice yearlings, 86.756A.16;
fair to good yearlings 3fi.6l2l6.76; good
to choice wether. 34.7Stj6.10; fair to good
wethers, tt .50(34.75; good to choice ewes.
34.7&1J6.00; fair to good ewea, 34 fM 76.
St. Joseph 1,1 va Stack Market.
ST. JOSEPH, July 30. CATTLE ReceiptA,
1.640 head; market slow to steady; natlvea,
34.fiooj8.10; cows and helfera, 11.7626.08;
stockers and feeders, 33.0OgM.00.
HOGS-Hccolpts, 4,877 head; market weak;
light. 86.65&V.67H; medium and heavy, tft.ie
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
Stock 1st Sight.
Recelpta of live stock at tha six prln-
f loux City . . .
Kansas City ,
Bt. Joseph . . .
Ht. Louis ...
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 1.200 10.300 728
.. 400 8,600 ....
.. 1.800 6.400 1.800
.. 1,640 4.377
.. 2,000 4,000 800
.. 1,000. 13.000 1,000
.. 8.740 44.07T 8.120
244 Wyoming wether feeders..
224 Wyoming wether feeders..
302 Wyoming wether feeders..
44 Montana wethers
yHt Montana wether
2S6 Montana wethers
386 Montana wethers
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoes Steady to m Shade
CHICAGO. July 20. CATTLE Receipts,
1,000 head; market steady: common to
prime. 84.25G8.40; cows, 2. 754.60; heif
ers. 12.7666.25; bulls. 2.60?4 26; calves.
3S.767. 00; stockers And feeders, $10
HOOS Recelpta, 13.000 head; market
ateady to shade higher; choice to prima
heavy, 6 800 3.80; medium to good heavy,
16.6606.66; butcher weights, 8 80O8.86;
good to choice heavy mixed, 6.i6w6.65;
packing. 6. 0036. 65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta. 6,000
head; market dull; aheep, 34.26 96.(0;
yearlings, 34. 76436. 26; lambs, 36.764)8.00.
Kanaaa City l ive Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. July 20. CATTLE
Receipts, 2,600 head, Including 1.800
aouthern; market ateady; western weak
to 10c lower. Choice export and dreased
beef steers, 35, 604)6. 20; fair to good,
14.0043 6.40; weatarn fed ateers, 13.76(4
6.80: stockers and feeders, 83.50434. 60;
southern steers, 31.7606.00; aouthern
rows. It 004? 8.64; natlva eowa, 32.00 0
4.40; native helfera, 112543 6 68; bulls,
12.4004 00; calves, 11 6806.16.
H003 Receipts, 6.100 head: market
steady to 2 He higher. Top. 16.70; bulk
of aalea, II 62 H 0 6 66; heavy. 11 6606.70;
packera, 14.400 6 61; pigs and lights. 14 00
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.600
head; market ateady. Lambs, 6.607 60;
fed sheep and yearlings. 14.7606.00;
Texaa And Arlsona fed yearlings, IS.6O0
6 16: Texas and Arlsona clipped aheep,
14.600 6.80; Texaa goats. 12.7601.69;
stockers And feeders, 11.600 6.00.
Slaaa City Live Slock Market.
SIOUX CITT, Ia.. July 20. (Special Tele
gram.) C ATTIRE Receipts, 40u head; mar
ket steady; beeve. 84.6045 76; cows, bulls
and mixed, I2.60A4 76; atockers and feedera,
3.2ftT4 0O; caivea and yearlings. 13. 098 86.
HOOS Recelpta, 6.600 head; market Sr
lower, selling at I4.3&066O; bulk of sales,
St. I.oals Live Stack Market.
BT. LOVIS. July 20 CATTLE Receipts,
2i0 head. Including 1 A Texan Market
stesdy: native shipping and export steers.
4f'6 ?6: dressed Veef snd butcher steers.
3iM3 70. steera under l.taiO pounds. 33 tt
4o. slackers and feedera. 82 0U43-4 26: cows
and heifers, 2.1O06.2; cannars. Lul2.ut,
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Coadltloa of Trade mad (AaotatloBS mm
Staple ssd Faaey Prodaee.
EOOa Receipts, liberal ; fresh stock, lHa
LIVE POULTRY Hans. 10c; rooatera,
6c; turkeys, 12018c; ducks, 7c; spring chick
en t a. lrq'M per lb.
BUTTER Packing atock, 144c: .choice
fancy dairy, lie; creamery, 210Z1HC
HAT Prlcea quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: Choice upland, 33.60; medium, 8V.00;
coatae, iB.nmbaUti. .Rye straw, Ib.iOiB't.OA i
BRAN Per ton, 116.00.
,n.iitnm, nt wai
TOMATOES Illinois, per orate of 20 lba,.
WAX BEANS Par market basket of
about 15 lba., 60c. '
STRING BEANS Per market basket of
About 16 lbs., 600. . .
Per doa bunches, 26c.
LEAK LETTUCE Hothouse, per doa.
50c; Texas. -per bu. bom, 12.00.
ONIOINB noma grown, -ttj a""
Texas, In cratea. white, 11.76.
OREEN ONIONS Per doa bunches. 300.
RADISHES Per doa. bunchea, 16c.
C A U LI FIX W ER Per dos. heads, 760.
OREEN PEAS-Par bu., M-OO. ;,
NEVV POTATOES Per bu. 10a
POTATOES Home grown, pr bu., 6tji
ttNAVy BEANS Per W. $1.86; No. t, .7t '
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 6C.
TROPICAL FRUITS. -
DATES Per box ot 30-lb. pkgs., 13.00.
Halloween. In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 6c,
Bayers, per lb., 4o; walnut stuffed l-lo,
pkgs. $100 per doa.; 8-1 b. boxes, 11.00.
ORANQEfr-Callfornla. eatra fancy nav
els, large else. H26800; Mediterranean
sweats, sll sixes, 34.OJ04.5O; Valanclaa. all
aises, 85.0005.50. .:
Blse, 36.00; 300 to 860 also,, A8-604J7 00; Other
brsnds, 81.00 lass. ,
FlOS California, per 10-lb. -earton, 7&p
85c; Imported Bmyrna. three-crown, lie,
six-crown. 13e. ,
BAN ANAS Per medlurn-wlsed Btinch,
$1762.25; Jumbos. 82.6003.00.
PINEAPPLES Florida, slsaa 24, 30 and
' FRUITS. t. .
CHERRIES California, J3.00 per A-lb. boa;
our . cherries, 24-qt. crate
UOODr.De.xtrtiiirO x-r nai i ,
WPEACHEB-Ha!es early. $1.00; yellow free
stone. 2126; Texaa Elbertaa, par 4-basket
trate, 8tx 4)1.00.
BLACKBERRIES Per 34-qt. cratA, 33.26.
RASPBERRIES Red, per -Pt. Crato,
$2.00; black, per 34-qt- crate. $3.00.. .
APRICOfS-Per 4-baaket crate, 11.75.
CURRANTS Home-grown, whlta an
fed. per 24-qta, 31
WATERMELONS Per lb., lttc dV about
iCANTELOUPES-CAllfornla. pr crate,
standard. $4.36; ponlea, $3.00; Taxaa. par
crate, about 46 nylon, $3 00; ponlea, $3.00.
CIDER Per keg, $3 75; per bbl., $47.
HON E Y New, par 24 lba.. $3 60.
CHEESE Swiss, new. 10c; Wlsoonala
brick, 12c; Wisconsin llmberger, 13ts; twine,
JJWc; young America, 15o.
NUTS Walnuta, No. 1, soft shell, new
crop, per lb., 15Vc; hard ohallo. per !b.,
13Vc. Pecans, large, per lb., lie; small,
per lb., 12o. Chill walnuta, per lb.. 12013HO.
Almonda, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
shells, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuta, $4 per aacJ
Of 100 -
SUGAR Granulated can. in bbla..
$6.16; granulated cane. In sacks, 34.11; gran
ulated beat. In sack 35 01.
BTRUP-ln bbls., $7o per gal; to eaaee,
10-lb. cans. $170; cases 11 6-lb. cams, $1 80;
oaeea 34 2-lb. can. 31.86.
COFFEE Roaated, No. 86. 36H Pf lb.;
No. 20, 20Vo par lb.; No. 26, 18o par lb.;
No. 20, V per lb. ; No. B, 12Vc per lb.
CURED FISH-Famlly wMteflsh, por
quarter bbl., 100 lba., $4.00; Norway mack
erel. No. 1, M OO; No. i M00; No. 8, l0 0;
Irish,. No. 3, $16.00; herrlug, In bbla.. 204 lba.
each, Norway, 4k. $12 00; Norway, Ik. $18.00;
Holland, mixed. $11.00; Holland herring. In
kega, milkers. 80c; kaga, mlxd, Too.
CAN N I'D GOODS Corn, standard west
ern, 56vaaV; Mala, Hit .Tomatoes, c-lb.
cans, $1.360160; 3-lb . TVcU.0u. Flnaap
pies, grated, 3-lb.. $3.0ta.aO: alload. 31 ImJ
1.20; gallon apples, facoy, $3 80; Caltfomia
apricots, $i.4u02OO; pears. $L7iVla0;
peaches, fancy, $1.76020; H. C. poachaa.
82.0004 60. Alaska salmon, red, 1X26: fancy
t iiinooK, v., ea.iv; lancy socaeya, a., un;
, , i . -.it en. a 4 Cwaa ,a.
aaruiiiva, t vii, - . Ta " " v. , a-ua-.v.
paaat puiaioaa, e'.aaaj-aa, aauantraai, eaavj
pumpkins, 8Oc'31.00; wax beans 3-lb., 7V9
bw: lima beana. 3-lb.. Tic 0X1 At; spinach.
ax.a, yvfim, a-iw., wv, vvuai.
HIDES AND TAIJOW Oreen eel tad.
No. 1. 12jo; No. t HVic; full hides. PmOo;
freen h Idea, No. 1. 10c; No. I, 8c; horse,
i kj A ax. . i ac np.t,
ai(KF.aw, iw. waaf.a. niivw,
No. 1. 4c; No. I, 8c.
WOOL Per lb., It6e.
BEEF CUT PRICES.
No. 1 ribs. 12c; No. 1 rlba. 10c; No. I rlba,
6o; No. 1 krtn. 16o; No. 1 loin, 12He; No. $
loin, 8c; No. 1 chuck, (lac; No. i chock, lo;
No. 3 chuck. 4c; No. 1 round. 8c; No. I
round, 8c; No. 8 round. AV4jr; No. 1 plate. e:
No. 2. plate. lc; No. I plate. 2c.
Il Prlea Blaher.
NEW TORK. July 20 All gradea of re
Bned sugar were advaactd W pulnts 34kT
bundrod (K'uadA toAa,
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