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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 22, 190G.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Prices Hone Whole Llit Work Lowr
WHEAT TAKES ANOTHER STEP DOWNWARD
Kow Inder To Cents oa Local Ex
ehange Blark Rait Scare Ittmi to
Have Subsided Corn Lower on'
Harte Urrr Acceptances.
OMAHA, July 21, ISCfl.
The break today In all grains wa a mat
ter of liquidation by longs and short sell
" domestic situation. Prices
Worked off surprisingly easy, and such sup
port ua was forthcoming was from shorts.'
rieportg from the northwest are better
ilauy. James A. Patten of C hicago futures
that South Dakota will raise the biggest
cr"P of Wheat, corn, oats and flax on rec
ord. The Mark rust scare seems to be
over and weather conditions now are ex
cellent. The foreigner continues to back
away from offerings of new wheat. The
firmness In Liverpool was on the expecta
tion of lighter world n shipments, snd a
late cable from Urounihnll reports weather
nnu In Hussla, with arrivals at Odessa In
Ctrvslng. Messages from all over the corn belt tell
tit heavier country acceptances, which
moans an Increased movement. Any larger
receipts will prove a depressing factor on
the near deliveries. The far months are
affected by the Improved crop outlook, re
volts being generally optimistic. Liquida
tion has been steadily going on for some
Mine, aud thus far the market has shown
but little recuperative power. The for
eigner Is thus far a disinterested spectator.
i'he market In oats waa entirely nomi
nal. Quotations were He lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 1,104,000 bu.
and shipments 319,000 bu., against receipts
'lnf of 1,049,000 bu. and shipments of
6-13.000 bu. Corn receipts were 419,000 bu.
and shipments sul.OuO bu.. against receipts
last year of 925.000 bu. and shipments of
4rt(,u00 bu. Clearances were 3,XW bu. of
wheat, 1,726 bu. of flour, 560 bu. of corn and
iU'jO bu. of oats.
Liverpool closed fj4l lower on wheat
and unchanged to d lower on corn.
Broomhall estimates world's wheat ship
ments for Monday at S.SoO.OOO bu., against
S.IW.OOO bu. last year.
Jones, the crop expert, who returned to
Minneapolis this morning from the Da
kota, said: "Northwestern crop will be
stafe in ten days to two weeks. I'resont
promise Is for Hn enormous yield. Only a
calamity can change this prospect and
there are no unfavorable Indications yet.
If crop matures, railroads will be unable
to take care of It and It will take fifteen
months or more to market It. Oats and
flax are In fine condition; corn coming for-
nueiy. united states win have a
surplus above home needs of over 3in,ono.0"
bunhels. and with Canada about 4tio.0u0.0o0
bushels; In fact, the United States and
Cnau"T have the promise of almost 1,000,
ixcal range of options:
Artlcles.1 Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.l Yes y
A asked. B bid.
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard, I cara, 70c; 1 car,
OATS No. S mixed, 1 car, S3c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. i hard, 70Vc; No. t hard,
67'u7oc; No. spring, 70c.
COKN No. 3, vi'4oHoi No. I yelloV 4t4c;
No. 1 white, 474474o.
OATS No. 9 mixed. S2Hc; No. 1 white,
33c: No. 4 white. 22hc
RYB No. . 5iMic; No. , Kc.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
CHICAGO GRAIN AXD PROVISIONS
Features of tho Trading; a ad Closing
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July 21. The estlmato of a
crop expert giving 400,000,000 bushels as
tho amount of this year's wheat crop
which will be available for export from
the United States and Canada resulted In
extreme weakness today, the closing quo
tations on the September delivery being
or lo. Corn was ott HufHc. uats v.i
down He. Provisions were 5tJil;:flo
The weakness In the wheat market da
eloped during the first hour and during
the remainder of the session tho bulls
were In full retreat. A fair demand by
commission houses, based u;on a steady
market at Liverpool, caused some firm
ness Immediately after the opening, but
the situation was Ignored whan the esti
mate of the Minneapolis crop expert be
came generally known. Pit traders and
local longs sold freely and there wi nm h
selling ot wheat by commission houses on
stop-loss orders. The market was also
affected by liberal receipts here and at
other primary points. Local receipts for
Monday were estimated at 802 cars, which
was considered a very liberal supply and
this caused additional weakness late In
the day. Shorts were the chief buyer. I
The market closed very weak with prices
almost at the lowest point. September
opened So to c higher at 77c to 73c
sold up lo 78g78V(c and then declined 10
74 Ho. Final quotations were at 7640
Clearances of wheat and flour wero equal
to 131.800 bushels. Primary receipts were
1.104,000 bushels against 1,049,000 bushe's
for the corresponding time last ye
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 614 cars against 624 lust week
and 814 a year ago.
The corn market was steady for n tew
minutes early In the day, but the sharp
break In wheat, excellent weather auu
Increased country offerings caused a con
siderable decline. The close was weak
with prices near the lowest point. Sep
n near me lowwi jiunii, ooi
?n-d SC Vc lower at 4ti 4c
I9V4C to 50c, sold off to 49Vp
at 4c. Local receipts wer.i
Higher at 49
178 cars, with 79 cars of contract grain.
Oats were weak In sympathy with other
grain and also because of reports iron
the northwest indicating a heavy yield.
The volume of trade was not largs. Hep.
tember opened unchanged to lc higher
at 32 to 32 c, sold up to 313S-,c and
declined to 82c. The close waa at 82 He
Local receipts were 103 cars.
provisions were Inclined to be weak In
sympathy with grain and because of a 5c
decline In the price of live hogs. Trad
ing was rather quiet. At the close Sen
tutnber pork waa off 10c. at $17.30. Lard
was down 6c at 18.86. Hlbs were 12 So
lower at 99.16.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
89 cars; corn, 2n6 cars; oats, 142 cars;
hogs. 4 5.000 head.
. The Isading future ranged as follows:
Articles. Opn I Hlgh. Low. Close Yes.
4V, 19i &0
17 27! 17 SO
07! 8 87! 8 Ml 8 U6
Cmh ouotstlons were as follows:
FLOUR Steady ; w;nter patents.
I straights. Jsavifl'; sprtnn patents.
ti 7fi4.u0; stralghls. S3 4-"
iii.il; caKt-rs , k m
WHEAT No. t spHnc.
74t 77c: No. X red. 77i7hc
77fi7Sc: No. S.
COHN-No. t 4-j4"jc; No. t yellow,
OAT8-N0. t S3T,e; No. I white. rjj37Ho;
No. 9 white, !arJSc.
RYE So. t tic.
BAHI.KY flood feeding, 40c; fair to
choke malting, 4Htiboc.
SEEDS-Ko. 1 flax tl.M; No. 1 north
western, 1 10. Timothy, prune, H!6. Clover,
contract grsde. Ill .15.
HtflVIdlONli Short rlts sides l(Hse.
IS uf-j 16. Mess pork, per bbl., !(pu.
Lsrd. per l o lbs . ii.li. bhort ulear sides
On tha I'rudui-e eschanire today the butter
market was stesdy; creameries, 15'i.iT-;
dalriwa, 14J17Ho. Ksgs, tliiui at mark,
oasv-a IncluUrd, 12j lic; firsts, iU; prime
firsts. KHc; extras, 18 Ho. Cheese, stesdy;
Following were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Barley, bu 18,900
JEW YORK GF.JKRAL MARKET
(notations of the Day oa Varloa
NEW YORK. July 21-FLOUR-Recelpts
11.074 bbls.; exports. 8.737 bbla.; market dull
and barely steady; winter patents, M.O"
426; winter straights. !3.7HiS.!6: winter
extras. t-.:u3 ); winter low grades. 92.80.2
3 36; Mlnnesots patents, RW4 H0; Minne
sota bakers, $3 4.V'3 10. Kye flour, quiet;
fair to good, 83 iH.90; choice to fancy,
t3. 953 4. 20.
Co HN MEAL Steadv; fine white and
yellow, 31 2'ril.25; coarse, 31.10tjl.12; kiln
dried, $2 H"o2.90.
RYK I uil; No. 1 western, 67 Vic, nominal,
f. o. h.. New York.
WHEAT Receipts, 21,000 bu. Spot, easy;
No. 2 red, f2Vc. elevator, and Kc. t. o. b.,
afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, 87Sc, f. o. b.,
afloat; No. i hard winter. 82Hc f. o. b.,
afloat The wheat opening was rather firm
on further rust talk and subsequent selling
on a bearish private crop estimate and big
receipts weakened It sharply, and the close
showed Ve net loss. May. 877'&8 7-lc,
closed st 87V; July, UMSe, closed at
Mc; September, 83 S-lfr&M 8-lic, closed at
83',c; December. SEVuc. closed at S54c.
1 UK. need pis, 22.57b bu. ; exports. 6jo
bu. 8pot. easy; No. 2, 66c, elevstor. and
Me, f. o. b., afloat; No. I yellow, 67Hc;
No. 2 white, 6c. The option market opened
steady, but Soon turned weak with wheat,
closing Wf;c net lower. July closed at
5fHc; September, 664)iriA6ca closed at 66V4C;
uecemocr c osea at stic
OATS Recelots. 67.5"0 bu. : exports. 2 800
bu. Spot, easier; mixed oats. 26 to 32 lbs..
41c; natural white. 30 to S3 lbs.. 42343c:
Clipped white. 88 to 40 lbs., 4??4Kc.
HAY Btendy; shipping, bbty&c; good to
HOPS Steady ; state, common to choice,
19i5 crop, lOTlic; 194 crop, nominal; olds,
nominal; Macule coast. IP05 crop, lOijjlic;
1!M crop, 12c; olds, nominal.
Mil ES Steady; Oa veston. 20 to 35 lbs..
Vh.; California. 21 to 26 lbs., 21c; Texas dry,
24 to 3 ) lbs , 19c.
LEATHER Uulet: acid. 26-ff?7Vte.
PROVISIONS Reef rtrm- famllv tin ofl'f
I0.O6; mess. $. Of 141 8. 60; beef hams, a!onf
22.5H; packet. !).0iS.60: city extra India
mess. lla.Olxitl.00. Cut meats, firm: Dlckled
bellies. U.6o13.50; pickled shoulders. &.2bft
a.io; picKiea nams. u.a-( iz. 10. Lnrd, easy;
western prime. 88.95. nominal: refined, ensv:
South America. 110.00: comnound. t7Avft
i .uvi. t-ork, nrm; ramny, ih 60; snort clear,
n.'r(Mx.o; mess, Ils.stiftn9.ti0.
TALLOW Quiet; city (12 per pkg),
4 15-lHc; country (pkg;. free). 47A'H6'c.
R ICR Quiet; domestic, extra fair, JVtft
vc; japan, nominal.
IHvTTKR Steady; street price, extra
creamery, 20Vtuzlc. Ofllclal prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, liiHfi20He; renovated,
common to extra, 12Srl84c: western fac
tory, common to firsts, 13f517c; western
Imitation creamery, extras, 18Vc; western
CHEESE Strong; new,- state, full cream,
large, fancy, l'c; fair taf good, lOfillc;
smsll, fancy, llc; fair to good, 10i4U10o;
EOG8 State, Pennsylvania and nearby
lancy selected wnit. 24c: choice. 22'g2;ic:
mixed extra, 22c; western firsts, 17S,18c;
seconds, l&yi6Vc; southern. 15il6c.
POULTRY Live quiet; western spring
ciiicKens, jsc; lowis, 14c; turkeys, IOC.
Dressed steady to. firm; western spring
ohlckens, 18.22c; turkeys, lL'al3c; fowls, 14u.
St. I,onl General Market.
ST. LOUIS, July XLWHEAT Lower;
No. t red, cash, elevator, 74c, nominal;
track, 74H&"76Sc; September, 73c; Decem
ber, 767c; No. 3 hard, 74V(J76!4c.
CORN Lower; No. 1 cash, nominal;
track, 62c: September, 49Vc: December, 45c.
OATS Lower; No. 2 cash, 36c, nominal;
track, 47c; September, 324,0 ; December,
S3c; No. 2 white, 37c for new.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, 84.S5
4 50; extra fancy and straight, 83.7aif4.30;
clear. 2. 76.00.
SEED Timothy, steady; 3.76(&4.60.
CORNMEAL Steady; 13.60. ,
URAN Dull; sacked east track. 74376c.
HAY Steady; timothy, U.5O4jtl7.0O; prai
rie, 39 00i& 12.00.
IRON COTTON TIES-11.00.
HEMP TWINE 7Hc ' '
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; Jobbing, 117.05;
Lard, lower; prime steam, 88.46. Dry salt
meats, steady; boxed extra shorts, 39.75;
clear ribs, I9.87H; short clears, 110.00. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra shorts, 110.60; clear
ribs, I10.62H; short clear, 110.78.
POULTRY Quiet; chickens, loc; springs,
16c; turkey, 12Hc; ducks, 9c; geese, oc.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, ltjiiizio; dairy.
KUQS Steady, 13c, case count. '
Flour, bbls 6.000 8,000
Wheat, bu 157.000 ln.uuo
Corn, bu 79.0HO 22,000
OaUl, bu 74.000 43,0u0
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 21. FLOUR First
patents, $4.26-1.36; second patents, $4.10u,'
4 20; first clears, $3.85((3.4S; second clears,
BRAN In bulk, $13.6(Kg 13.75.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, a reported by F. D. Pay
d Co., UiMU Board of Trade, waa:
Artlcles. Oicn. Hlgh.l Low. Closo.l Yes y
Wheat I v I
bept. . .
76 76TE 77
1 U Vi
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, TSVc; No. 1 northern, 77o; to arrive,
7T4c; No. 2 northern, 7bc; to arrive, 76c;
No. 3 northern, 74tj76c; No. 1 durum, 67c;
No. 2 dutuin, 66c. Corn: No. I yellow,
467ic; No. $, 4c. Oats: No. 3 white, 31c;
No. 3, 29Vu3oc. Barley, ZbWabc. Rye.
Uli&bc. Flax, $1.1UV.
Kansas City Grain and Provlsloas.
KANSAS CITY. July 21. WHEAT-July,
C8c; September,' 6yc; December, 71c,
Cash: No. 2 hsrd. 7o(372He; No. , 69i;ic;
No. 4, 7itfi7uc; No. 2 red, 727:ic; No. i,
itKu72c; No. 4, WCu'Oo.
CORN July, 47V.C; September, 46Hc; De
lember, 42c. Cash: No. 2 mixed, 48vc;
No. i white, 49c; No. $, 44(49c.
OATS-Lower; No. 2 while, HWal No,
2 mixed. liaSAc.
RYE Steady, 6668o.
HAY Steady to strong; choice timothy,
$)0.0'10.6o; choice prairie, $9.7543 10 00.
BUTTER Creamery, lac; packing. 14o.
EGOS Steady; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 1 wbitewood cases Included, lbStc; case
count, lic; cases returned, Wc off.
Receipts and shipments ot grain ware as
follows; Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 3u2.0uO 7&.00
Corn, bu 2.X) 17,(K0
Oats, bu 10,0u0 6,ivt)
Mllnaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, July 21.-WHEAT-Dull ;
N'o. 1 northern, Si'eMc; No. t northern, 81
83c; September, 7ti,o bid.
RYE Steady; No. 1, VM'Ae.
HAK1.L.Y lull; No. 8. wUc; sample,
COU.V Lower; No. S cash, 394jBSHc;
Philadelphia Frodsce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa. July 21. BUT
TKK Steady; extra western creamehy,
21c; extra nearby prints, 2Se.
taut" Steady; m-arby fresh, 18c at
mark: western tresn. 18 HC at mara.
l'HEiK Firm; New Yum run creams.
choice, llc; fulr to good, llVUVic.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERl'OOL. July 21 WHEAT Bnot,
nominal: futures, quiet; July, 6a 7d; iscp
tember, 6s 7d ; December, bs 7d.
i iiHX-Snot. ouiei: American mixed, old
4s 8d; futures, quiet; July, 4s tVjd; Sep
tember, 4a bVsd.
Peoria Grain Market.
PEORIA, July 11 -CORN-Lower; No. I
yellow. i"t-; No. S, 60c; No. 4. 48c.
OATS Lower; No. S white, old, Jlc
new :tiUe: No. 4. white, old. M'-ic
WHISKY On the basis ot (1.K8 for fin
Dalath Grata Market.
PULUtll. July tl WHEAT To arrive.
INO. 1 nurtlieru, liv, imiiunu, ia-
on tr.uk. No. 1 nortliern. 7kc; No.
northern, 7'c; July. 7iie; Eeptembtr,
7t;uc- Peremlier. loSc: May. SOSc.
OATI4 To arrive, on traca and July, Oc.
Oils aaa Roaln.
JPW YORK. July tl. OILS Cottonseed,
barely steady; prime crude, f. o. b. mills.
).m-.., h n,-w crtm: orlme yellow. B.v'afAC.
petroleum, steady; refined. New York, 17.80;
Philadelphia "" HaUimore, 17 76; In bulk,
$4 o. Turpentine, quiet, Ds-gouc.
KOS1N iuiet ; strained, common to good
D1L CITT. Pa. July n.-01t.aCrdlt
i,.Unr tl S4. Shiuments. eo.lsl bbls.:
av-rage. .!: bbls. Runs, 76.7y bbls.;
ivrrair, 41.4,' bbls Shipments. I.lms. ai,
4j bbls ; averas-e. i5- bbls. Ruua, Lima,
f,77 bbls.; average, W.ouz "bis.
NEW ORE STOCKS AND BONDS
Bank Butement Ehowi tn Increag cf Bix
Millioni in Cash Item.
EFFECT OF GOOD SHOWING ANTICIPATED
Price Rise Darlaa- First Half Hoar,
After Which They Lost
Groand Close I
NEW YORK, July 21.-The bank state
ment showed that there had been substan
tial ground for the hopes of a strong bank
return which lay at tne bottom of yester
days upward movement of stocks and the
improved feeling over the money outlook.
Hut the sources of the added strength of
the banking position were obscure. An es
timate of a $-.ou,Oi0 cash gain based on
known movements of money wa realised
by almost double that amount. Commen
tators were perplexed to find an explana
tion and were driven back upon the old as
sumption of operations with trust com
panies allied with the banks to account for
this great Increase In cash. The 3S.435.OU0
loan Increase was taken as an Intimation
of stock market needs and gave point to
some of the week's rumors of Urge bor
rowing for account of Interests closely re
lated to some of the great railroads whose
stock have figured In the week revived
strength. Quotations of short time loans,
althouah nominal on a Saturday, were sub
stantially reduced today, the bid rate for
sixty days falling to 3V per cent with of
ferlnas at 4 ner cent.
A good effect Is looked for on the money
market from the deposits of Panama canal
bond subscriptions which are offered by the
secretary of the treasury. Hopes are en
tertained also of securing part of next
week's 85,OiO,0OO gold arrivals expected In
London. Money lenders are Inclined to
look for easier money rate In consequence.
Foreign exchange rate were advanced
sharply with possible effect on New Yorks
command of the London goia supply. i
nnnenreH that most of the SOPCUlatlve buy
lng based on the favorable bank statement
huri l,.cn nntlrlnated and rjrices advanced
for only half an hour. After that they lost
ground and the demand was Insufficient
after the bank statement to absorb the
traders' profit-taking. The closing was Ir
regular with only one part of the early
Total sales of bonds, par value. 63i,0OO.
The following are tne qaoti.'.ons on ths
Stock exchange: . ,
gales. High. Lo. Cleis.
Amalsaroatad Copper ll.
American C. A T MO
American C. A T. ptd
Amcrlvan Cotton Oil 100 J "
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. ft L,- ptd
American Ice. sourltlea.... I.OOO 444
American LlnaMd Oil 100 14
am t.lnMieil Oil Dfd
Amarlcan Locomottra 00 1"
Am. LocomotlTS ptd In 114V,
Amarlcan 8. ft R
Am. 8. ft R. ptd
American Sugar Refining...
Am. Tobacco ptd ctta
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantlo Coaat Una
Dal. ft Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt....
Central of New Jersey
Cheaapeak ft Ohio
Chicago Great Weetern
Chicago A Northweetern....
Chicago. Mil. ft St. P
Chicago T. ft T
Chicago T. ft T. pfd
C, C. C. ft St. h
Colorado Fuel ft Iron
Colorado ft Southern
Colo, ft Bo. lat pfd
Colo, ft So. id pfd
Corn Producta. rfg
Corn Producta pfd. rfg
Delaware ft Hudaon
Palawan, L A W
Denver ft Rio Grands
D. ft R. O. pfd
Erie lat pfd
Erie Id pfd
International Paper pfJ
International Pump ptd
lows Central pfd
Kanaas Cltjr Southern
Kanaaa Cltr Bo. pfd
Loulirllle ft NaabTllls
Minneapolis ft 8t. Loula...,
M , St. P. ft 8. 8. M
M . St. P. A 8. 8. M. pfd.
Mlraoourl, Kanaaa ft Taiaa,
M , K. ft T. pfd
National R. R. of St. pfd..
New York Central
New Tork. O. ft W
Norfolk ft Western
Norfolk ft W. pfd
P., C. C. ft St. L
Preaaed Steel Car
Preeaed Steel Car pfd
Pullman Palaos Car
Reading lat pfd
Heading Id pfd, offered....
Republic Steel pfd
,7n0 117 117 117
100 It 12 II
19.S00 7S 74 74
tiOO 154 141
7H0 K6 56
SOI) 17 17V 17
700 197 1 197
14,700 171 177 17S
4,100 60 40 4
100 14 $4 14
100 48 48 41
400 111 111 112
100 41 41 40
200 IS 86 84
400 l 17
1,400 41 V 41
600 77 7T 77
400 (9 69 6
100 143 163 163
100 171 171 178
1,000 18 14 18
100 41 41 41
100 83 82 81
100 14 M 34
100 61 61 61
100 61 II 61
700 141 141 141
100 4 44 6
700 1(1 161 161
100 171 170 1(9
1,100 11 II II
1.100 11 12 82
4"0 67 4S
1.30 74 74 74
4 131 133 133
400 14 16 Sfi
1,400 47 44
Rock laiand co
Rock laland Co. pfd
St. U ft S. F. Id pfd
Bt. Louis Southwestern....
St. Louis S. W. pfd
go. Pacific ptd
So. Railway pfd
Tenneeaes Coal ft Iron....
Tozaa ft Pact no
Toledo, St. L. ft W
T . Bt. L. ft W. ptd
t'nton Pacific pfd
Vnlled States Realty
United Slates Rubber
U. 8. Rubber pfd
United States Steel
V. S. Steel Pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical ....
Va. -Carolina Cheni. pfd....
Wells-Fargo Ei press
Westlngbouse Electrto ....
Wheeling ft Lake Ens....
Wis. Cantral pfd
Central Lent her pfd
. 8.0U0 38
Oreat Northers pfd
Inlerborowgn Met. pfd
Total sales of tas Say,
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON. July 21. Call loans. 4C6 ner
cent; time loans, 6&o per cent. Official
closing on stocks and bonds:
Atchison adj. 4
.. 44 Wealing, common
-.101 Adrenlura ,
.. 74 Allouea
.. 88 Amalgamated
.. 4v Ameriuas 8lne ....
..161 Cat. Heels
.. 10 Copper Range
.183 iiy West
.. U iPraDklla
.. 0!lsle Rotate
Boston A Albany...,
Boatos A Maine....,
Boaton Elevated ...
44. T.. N. H. A K.
Fere Maraueus ...
Amer. Arge. Chem..
tl Maaa. Mining
112 I.Motit. C. a C
130(t old Dominion
Amer. Pneu. Tube..
Amr. T A T
Dominion I. A
Mass. 0s ........
I ulted Pnill
Vnlted Shoe kerb.
, do pfd
11. S. Steel
.109 U. S
. 7S'V. S.
. tv I'tah
. M Victoria .
. Ii Wlnooa ..
Hew York Mining? Stack.
NEW YORK, July a. Closing quotations
on mining liucss een
Little Cale ...
Bntnevlck Cea ..
Con. Cal. A Vs...
I rue Sileer
Ueed'liM Coa ....
fceull Hopes ..
Clearing; fleas ireragei.
NEW TORK. July 21. The statement of
the clearing house banks for the week
shows that the banks hold tl9,131.0K) over
the legal reserve required. This Is an in
crease of t.eno.&0 as compared with last
week. The statement follows:
Ixana. 91.4t.tb.7ai; Increase, $9,4. 900.
Ieposlts. l.-44 7;w.: Increase. IX.mJT.lUO.
Circulation, 947. ,); decrease, oiS.l0.
Lgal tsnders, 9i7oS,EviO. Increase, fl.637,
W. twcie. $1SM 900: tncreasa, (IMS 000.
Reserve, IJw.C rt.WO; Increase, U,7t,tAM.
'"700 "t '5
"ioo 14 ii'4
100 12 11
'e700 ii 70
"IOO 161 160
"ioo 'r 'v
0 41 44
11,400 147 144
" ioo '44" '
ti'200 ii" 'sri,
7,100 101 102
""ioo 'ii" '
"ioi "ii" '44
8.400 loi too
1.700 17 34
requlrtd, t3r.l,184,SCO; Increase,
Surplus. I19,l.f; Increase, KB),;).
Lx-Unlted State depoali. 122,854,616; In
New York Mosrr Market.
NEW YORK. July tl. MONEY On csll,
nominal; no loans. Time loans. Irregular;
sixty days, i'Vi'4 per cent; ninety days, 4H
per cent; six months. bt per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-6HuTf-
8TKRLINQ EXCHANGE Firm, at 4 M70
4 iH for demand and at 4.81904 52 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. 4 82H
4.(w'i; commercial bills, 4 SlVo4.RlV
SlLVER-Bar, 6&Hc; Mexican dollar.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad. Ir
regular. Quotation en New tor, bond today
were as rollows:
V. 8. ref. I. rg....1"4 Jipn 4s. t4 sfriei..
do ennpon 10J do 4t Mft
tl S. ri l'U to 4 ctft
do roupoa 1"3 4o term
V 8. old 4a res 1 I' N. nnl. 4
..11)9 Mn. c. f 4
. .lil Kn Onlrml 4a
,.119 do lit me
.. 774t Minn. St. L. 4s...
..Ill M . K. A T. 4t
. . 1034l dn 2i
C. 8. B. 4s, ref.
Am. Tobacco 4s.
Atrhlaon gen. 4s
do ad). 4s
Atlantic C. U 4s....
fil Ohio 4S
Brk. R. T. e. 4
Cntral ot Oa.
do 1st Inc
do Id Inc
do Id Inc..
Chlcaio A. Iti..
C, B A Q. n 41..
C, R. I. A P. 4s..
do col. 6s
Ore. A ft. L. i 4
.. S N. R. R. of M. e. 4s. M
.. ssvei. 1- C. . tvs H
..W N. i. C. f 4s 1H
.. MVNo. Prl0c it let
. . M I do it
..111 N. W. c. 4s 10
.. M O. S. U rfdf 4s W
.. 4 Pnn cony. lm M
.. II iRasdlni sen. 4 M
..lOTn'st. L. A 1. M. c. 4s.. U4
7 St. L,- s r. Ig. 4. n
7ist L. s. w.
. 76Vi Seaboard A. L. 4s.
. sovso. PactSc 4a
.lui4. do lat 4a ctfa
Colo. Ind. 6r, Mr. A.
dn scries B
76 it, so. Railway aa
71 ITaa A P. la.
Colorado Mid. 4a 7t T., 8t. V. A W. 4a.. Iljg
Colo. A 80. 4s M Union Parinc 4a lu
Cuba aa 1064 I' B. Steal 14 ta
D. A R. O 4a lm Wihirt la
Dlatlllera' Fee. Im M 1 do deb. B
Erla p. I. 4a 100 Waatrn Md. 4a..
do fn. 4a K)H W. A L. E. 4a.
Hocking Val. 4a....llKtt;WIS. Cantral 4s..
Japan 4a Mfel
London Closing; Stock
LONDON. July 21. Closing quotations on
th BtocK exchange were
87 1-14 N. Y. Central..
do account ,
Baltimore A Ohio.
Canadian Faclflc .
Chicago Ot. W
C. M. a St. P....
Llenrer A R. O....
. 47Norfo!k W..
. 12 do pfd
. 11 Ontario 4 W..
.103 (Pennsylvania ..
.mVi'Hand Mines ..
do 1st pfd.
do Id pfd
Southern Hallway ... Ji.
42 Southern Pacific
17 Union Pacific ...
42' 00 era
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
V. 8. Ste
llllnola Central ...
U . K. T
SILVER Bar, firm, 30 5-18d per ounce.
MUftf.i-lftitz per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for short bills Is 8 per cent; for three
montns bins, 8 per cent.
OMAHA. July 21. Bank clearlnfrs for to
day were i,un,:.b. ,u and tor the corre
sponding date last year $1,ES8,769.17.
1. 3X7.939. M
Tota Is J9.,1 79 . R3 93,032.241 . 67
Increase over the corresponding week last
Kxports and Imports
NEW YORK, July 21. Total Imports of
merchandise and dry goods for the week
ending today were valued at 11,9S2,7Z7.
Total Imports of specie were 971,-1 silver
and 1134, all gold. Total exports of specie
from the port of New York for the week
ending today were 9lftiG,947 silvar, and no
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trade and annotations on
Staple and Fancy Prodace.
EGGS Keceipts. liberal; fresh stock, HHo,
LI VK POULTRY Hens, 10c; roosters,
tc; turkeys, limine; ducks, 7c; spring cluck
ents. lXU'JO ner lb.
BUTTjH i'acklng stock, 14Ho; choice
fancy dairy, 16c; creamery, 2J(&ilttc
HAY Prices auoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: Cholc-s upland, lU.tVl; medium, IVis);
coarse, o.ixa.DU. Kye straw, u.oovai.uu.
BRAN Per ton, J16.00.
TOMATOES Illinois, ptr crate of 20 lbs.,
WAX BEANS Per market basket of
about 15 lbs.. 60c.
STHINO WjiANS Per market basket of
about 15 lbs., 60C
TLUNII'S, BEETS AND CARROTS
Xtr Itiinphea. i5o..
LEAK LKT'iUcElIothou8e, per dJ.
CUCUMBERS Home grown, per dul.,
50c; Texas, per bu. box, 92.00.
ONlONii Home grown. 2Vo per lb.;
Texan, In crates, white, 3)1.76.
OREEN ONloNB Per dos bunches, JOc,
RAUlBlIKS Per uos. ouncnes, uv.
CAI I.1KLOWER Per dos. heads, 16c.
GREEN PEAS-Ptr bu., 91.00.
NEW POTATOES Per bu., 80c,
1 rT 1-. vmCTAH .E9.
POTATOES Home arown, per bu., 50
AVY BEANS Per bu.. 91 85; No. 2, 9176.
LIMA BEANS l-er 10. uwi,
MTPS-Pfr box of 30-lb. pkgs., 92.00
u.,ii....'. in 7ii.ih boxes, ner lb.. 6c
fiHveis. Per lb.. 4c; walnut stuffed, 1-lb.
V iiO rer lint.: 8-lb. bOXeS, I1.H0.
ORANGES-Callfornla, extra fancy nav--,V
f.. ;! .i, t mhi.oo: Mediterranean
sw'eeu, all sites, $4.wiU-W; ValenClaa. all
- C I MUAn Ul
T.FMr.NSi.lmonlers. extra fancy, 210
site, 96.00; 300 to 360 sixe, 96.60ftV7.00; other
brands. 91.00 loss.
FIGS Culifornla, per 10-lb. carton, 73
85c; Imported Smyrna, 1urOT-wu1.11,
.1. n. ., it
B A N ANAS Per medlum-slsed
ll,ba2X; Jumbos, 92.50j3.W.
PINEAPPLES Florida, sixes 24,
CHERRIES California, 92.00 per 8-lb. box
sour cherries, Z4-ql. caie, i.ou.
OOOSEBERRIES-Per crata of 24 qls,
Driftiira.nlfi earlv. 81.00: yellow free
stone, 91 Texas Elbcrtas. per 4-basket
crote, H"ciai w.
m tTXM -ullfornla. 91.50-21.75.
m.Ai-KBERRIES-Per 24-qt. crate. 92S8.
RA8PBERRIE8 Red, Ier 24-pt. crato,
12.00; black, per 24-qt. crate. W.UO.
a DQtr-i its Per 4-basket crate. 11.75.
-fit HANTS Home-grown, white and
red. per 24-uU..
WATERMELONS Per ib., lVic, or about
JOj35c each. ,
if?ANTELOI.'PES California, per crate,
standard. 94.26; ponies, 83.U0; Texas, per
crate, about 46 melons. 93 .00; ponies, 82.00.
CIDER Per keg, 9375; per bbl., 99.76.
iioioky-Niw. Der 24 lbs.. 91.60.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 10c; Wisconsin
brick 12c; Wisconsin llmberger, 12c; twins,
13; young Americas, loo
Kl'Tn Walnuts. No. 1, soft shelK re
eron ner lb.. 15Ac: hard aliells, per !b,
lawc. Pecans, large, per ll., 14c; smsll,
r,r lh.. lie. Chili walnuts, per 11,., 124il3iAe
Almonds, soft shells, per ib., 17c; hard
sheila, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuts. 94 per sick
0 snuR-Qranulated cane. In bbls.
95 16; granulated cane, In sacks, 95.11; gran
ulated beet. In sacks, 98.01.
AYKl P In bbis., 2.c i-r gal.; in cases
10-lb. cans, 91.70; cases 11 4-1 b. cans, II. bo
caRes 21 cans, si.no.
t'oFKEE Roasted, ' No. 35, 2So per lb
No. 20, 2"c per lb.; No. a. lsc per lb.
No. 2u. 16) er lb.; No. 21, Uc per lo.
CURED F18H-Kaii'.li whltensn, per
quarter bbl., luo 10s., Htw; .-sc
rel. No. 1. 928.0"); No. 1 Ht.OO:
Irish. No. 1, 816 UO; herring, in bbls., 200 lbs
each, Norway. 4k, 9120U; Norway, 3k. 913.00
Holland, mixed, 8H J. ""nana nerring,
keire. milkers. 10c; keiss, mixed, 70c.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west
ern, &.vi6c; .Maine, si.io. tomatoes, a-id.
cans. 91.2fi8l.5u; 8-lb., 9.rtulloo. Pineap
ples, grated, K-lb , 9'.'.06a2.3o; sliced, Sl.le.ieJ
1.20, gallon apples, lancy, n sj; (,-aurornit
apricots, 91 4"ij-t .00; pears. 91-754US60
peaches, fancy, 40; H. c. peacne
I'GDti'lbO. Alaska salmon, red. 9126: fan
Chinook, F., 9J10; fancy aockeye, F., 91-9o
sardines, oil, 42.50; 4. mustard. 82 tVKs'i 10
Sweet potatoes. 9i.lfc(jl 25; sauerkrsut. 81 00
pumpkins, soe,i 81 On ; wax beans. 2-lb , linf
toe; lima beans, Z-lo., (o"031.3o; spinach
91.96; cheap peas, 2-lb. tx:; extra, 7xj'.
faix v. ll Uil 75.
HIDES AND TALLOW Green snlted
No. I. U4c; No. I. llc; full hides. SS'yiCc
green hides, No. 1. 1"- No J, Sc; noise,
9l.5ot325; sheep pelts, 50c"a;i.. Tslluw
No. 1. 4c; No. 2, 3c.
WOOL-Per lb.. D'l-'Sc.
BEEF CUT PRICES
No. 1 ribs. 12c; No. 9 ribs. 10c; No. 9 ribs,
ftc; No. 1 loin. 16c; No. 1 loin, lZ'vkc; No
loin, c; No. I chuck, ie; No. t churk. te
No. 9 chuck. 4c; No 1 round, 8Vc; No.
round, sc; No. 9 round, &rc ; So. 1 plate, 9c
No. 2. nlate. iWc: No 3 plate. 2c.
HIDF.8 AND TAI-LOW Green salted
No. 1. 13Vbr: No. 1 Y.c; bull hides, k-uloc
green hides. No. 1. HVic; No 9, l'Hc; hore,
l.VQi bu; sheep pelts, Tallow, N
3. sc, ro. a, tc.
MAHA L1YE SI0C1 MARKET
at Cattlg Ten to fiftoen OcnU Eiebef
for the Week.
HOGS BIG TEN LOWER FOR THE WEEK
heea Experience a Derided Redasj-
tloa la Values, Prices oa Wether
Being Tweaty-FlT to
SOUTH OMAHA. July H. 1909.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
.. 9.006 6.C44 7.1u4
.. 9.74S 9.7'J7 S-IW
.. I.JM 9.742 9 1
.. 9.4iV7 9.753 8.0H3
.. J.23S 11.702 679
.. 1,189 8.920
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday ..
Official Frldsy ....
uniciai bamraay .
Thl week .15. (K2
Last week 15,24
wo weeks ago
Three weeks ago 15.217
Four weeks ago 1.K2
Earn week last year 16,268
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
tne year to date, compared witn last year;
im. mm. 1111:.
attle B1S.KM 471.2i R9.81
Hog l.SSt.281 1,441,816 183,5t
8heep 82.54 M.X 2,VA
The following will show the prices paid
for the different kinds ot came on the
outtl tlniahu nmrknl :
Good to choice ecrn-fed steers.... $5. &' B
air to good corn-fed steers &.wa.t
Common 10 lair corn-ted steers.... 4.onuj.tW
Uood to choice cows and heifers... 9. 7oW4.au
air to cood cows and heifers I wuJ.ta
Common to fair cowa and hellers.. l.Tnul.OO
Good to choice (lockers feeders.. 8.76'ali!0
air to good stookers and feeder.. 8.8oUJ.i
Common to lmr siocaers 8 tAu8 u
Bulls, stags, etc 2 Wo-10
Veal calves i.'yu'o.'it
The followlna- table shows tha average
price of hogs at South Omaha for tha last
several days, with comparisons;
Date. I 1908. 190S.1304.103.102.1901.1900.
I 6 291 t 17
624 16 15
6 3S 92 I S31
461 7 801 6 84
6 66V 9 931 I 6 W
8 IMS 1 t 32 5 111 6 34
5 6 J 4 S
6 6s 6 8 6 03 6 28,
6 ij 5 63
6 Ml 6 19
9 471 6 13 6 10
164 t 11 9 17
7 761 E 77
6 4?1 6 191 6 83
7 72 6 66 6 02
9 60 9 66 I 0 20
7 71 6 66 4 94
7 74 5 o9 4 b7
7 661 6 63 4 99
15 6SI 4 98
S.32V4! t ttl 0 .'i Zi
blv, 5 631 6 ISt
6 47V4I 6 6 15 08 i 22
6 101 5 22 7 62! I 6 07
RANGE OF PRICES.
6 6 j'u 6 i2H
Kansas City 2.(xU6 2o
Bt. Iouls I.90416.25
Sioux City 2,50(66.75
The following shows the number of stock-
ers and feeders thlpped to the country yes-
teruuy ana meir points 01 destination:
Guy Hood, Glldden, la. N. W 2
George Ainott, Craig Q
G. E. Griffin, Farragut, la. Q
Joe Duncan, Wlntield, la. Q
C. J. Carrie, Columbus U. P
William sick, Tenant, la. U. w
G. L. Cox. Adair-R. I
Olof Pearson, Wllsonvllle Q
D. H. Tipton, Williamsburg Mil
Chris Chrlstensen. Portsmouth, la. Mil
W. Campbell. Woodbine. la. I. C 1
Paul Bostwlck, Woodbine, la. 1
W. M. Forsylh, Orlswold, la.-J 1
tl. is. way, Kuser s siding Mo. p 1
George Hupert, E'mwood Mo. P
C. F. Gordon, Haxelton, Kan
James Fuller, Kiowa, Kan. Mo, P
Christian fc ., Hock port Mo. Q
a. lyttntara, Peoria, ill. i
H. Stoner. Exlra. la R. I
John Heldlek, Falrbury-R. I
Shields & A., Shenandoah, la Wab
K. L. Thompson. Lake Crystal. Tvllnn.
M. & O 1
R. R. Mitchell, Crelghton N. W 1
Perry. Wahoo N. W 1
William Welch, Portsmouth, la. Mil 1
Tne official number of cara of stock
brought In today by each road was:
C, M. fc Bt. P t
Missouri pacific 1
Union Pacific System 2
C. or N. W., east..
C' ot N. W west ,
C, St. P., M. & O
C, B. & O. . east
C, B. & Q.. west
C, Ii. I. & P., east
C, R. I. & P.. west
Chicago Great Western..
The disposition of the day s receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num-
Der 01 neaa indicated:
Omaha Packing Company....
Bwiit ana uompany
Cuduhy Packing Company...
Armour & Co
HaUlead Packing Company.
CATTLE There were no cattle of any
consequence In the yards, there being the
usual baturaay holiday so far as the
cattle market was concerned. For the
week the receipts show a slight tailing
oft aa compared with the previous week
and a somewhat large decrease as com
pared with a year ago. As usual at this
season of the year a good many loads of
right good corn-ted steers have been re
ceived. While there haa also boen a
sprinkling of western rangers, thus far.
However, mere nave not ueen sufficient
range cattle to really establish quotations
on that kind, the supply of beef consist
ing almost entirely of corn-fed stock.
The tendency or the market on all de
sirable fat cattle was steadily upward
during the first four days of the week.
i-acii days market was quoted ruuy
steady or a little stronger with the trade
sufficiently active to affect an early clear
ance on most days. On Friday the situa
tion was somewhat ultTerent, the rocelpts
of that day being of poor quality. In
other words, the kind that buyers do not
care for. As a result Friday's market
was slow with prices a little easier. After
allowing for the weakness of that day,
however, the market on all good klnda
of corn-fed. steers is 1016c higher than
one week ago. Full loads of cattle have
sold as high as 86.25. whloh is the high
est price paid on this market since a
year ago last May, barring only one
bunch ot Christmas beeves, which brought
Cows and heifers, like beef steers.
showed Improvement all the week up un
til Friday, when iney, too, were slow.
The trade on the good kinds as a rule
was active, so that the market through
out the week was in a good healthy con
dition. Aa the close It Is safe to quote
nrlces anywhere from 10fi20e higher than
one week ago, but with the advance the
most pronounced on the better grades.
The dull season Is still on in the Blocker
and feeder trade, not many rattle of that
riescrlntlon arriving and not many wante.
It Is still too early to expect very much
trading in that department of the msr.uu
Still the few cattle that have come for
ward have met with fair rale and prices
have been well maintained, ir anything
the market Is a trifle stronger for the
week, but that Is not any Indication of
the demand being particularly strong, for
as a matter of fact speculators and yards
traders still complain of very little In
quiry from the country.
HOGS The hog market assumed a more
active appearance this morning. yes
terday and In fact the day before It waa
extremely slow and dull, but this morn
ing buyers acted more as If they needed
supplies and the trade opened much earlier
In the morning. It was fairly active and
the big bulk of all the hogs changed
hands In very good season. As to prices
the market might be quoted as steady
with yesterday's later market, or a shade
lower than yesterday's averag. Llsht
hogs sold very largely at 86 4506 47 V,
with a very good load at 99 57V. Heavy
hogs and packers brought 94 40tTt.46.
The receipts of hogs, aa will bo noted
from the tables given above. I-
a considerable Increase over last wrek.
but are short of the record for last year.
The market this week has been unsatis
factory In that buyers hnve been acting
on the bear side a good share of the time
and hare made a very strong effort to
pound values down. It will be remem
bered thst the high point of the year was
reached on Wednesday of last week and
buyers have been pounding values ever
since that day with the result that the
market haa been forced steadily down-
At tns rios or ine weea
are lftttliVtc lower
the close of last week and 17 Vic lower
than high point of tne year.
No. Av Sk. Pr Ns. At. Sk. Tt
44 978 ... 4 99 941 14 4 47,
tl 14 t4 SJ T4 t4 10 4 41V4,
4r 44 I S 14 14 40 4 4"S
44. 31 M S If, 44 ... I 47V,
44 l: 140 4 14 17 t 4 4 4TW
II IM I M II 13 40 4 4;v
43 I4 ir I 13 Tt 141 12 4 41V,
44 2f4 140 I74j 44. HI 10 I tTv,
M r ... I 40 II I.D SO I 47it
4 - 1 1 I 44 U I.'l SO I 47
M 3S 100 I 40 70 HI ... 4 47
T4 246 130 4 40 It I I ... 4 47V,
1 1.13 ... I 40 T4 Ill 120 4 47v,
4 144 ... I 40 17 Ill IM I 47 S
44 110 ... 4 71 131 So 4 47V,
41 24 44 I 4! VI, a 2H SO 4 47 ,
34 23 ... 4 42H 74 140 4 4i
40 u-t ... I 41V, U IM ... I 17V,
M 74 ... 4 47 V, 14. 2S1 40 147 V,
17 7 140 4i, SI 131 110 4 47V,
4o 270 IM 141V, Ii Ill ... I 47V,
71. 141 ... 4 4v, B 231 40 4 47 V,
74 4 ... t 411, 4 I I 40 4 47V,
44 231 114) 41 74 104 144 147 V,
4 241 ... I 41 TO 221 ... I 47V,
I ttS 44 I 44 It m ... I 47V,
47 230 40 4 44 71 121 200 4 47V,
71 111 10 41 16 244 40 4 47V,
41 134 40 4 43 14 330 40 1 47',
3 110 ... I 41 II 140 40 I 47V,
77 117 41 m 4 2.0 ... I 47V,
41 241 12 4 44 Tt. 117 ... I 47V
41 Ill 120 I 41 T4 2 1 40 4 30
71 Ill SO I 44 Tt 144 ... 4 44
77 Ill 140 4 41 Tl. 190 44 4 W
71 110 140 I 41 M 11 ... 4 10
T7 227 W 4I IT I2T 40 4 4
44 14.4 M 141 71 124 M I 44
4 240 ... 41 TO 140 ... 4 40
71 ,..141 44 44 41 14 N I 14
70 .Vf IH 4l II ltU lit IU
44 147 ... I 41 44 lot ... 4 40
70 134 too 46 77 117 140 4 40
71 160 14 4) 44 T4 127 M 4 44
44 141 ... 43 Tt Ill ... I 44
I 244 40 4(1 TS 140 ... 4 40
4 tU 44 1 47V, (1 tlO ... 4 40
41 224 ... 1 47V, T3..i S 48 4 44
W 2M 40 1 47 V, IT 2-4 ... 140
44 111 (0 47v, TT I2T 44 4 44
2 2'4 110 I 47V, Tt 214 40 4 44
1 217 44 I 47V, 14 144 ... 4 40
79 221 30 4 47V, IT Ill ... I 44
301 140 4 47 V, M VM 130 I 60
71 118 ... 147 V, 40 14 ... 4 43V,
44 Ml ... 147 V, 70 Ml ... 4 62 V,
73 104 ... 4 47VI 41 141 144 I 41V,
40 221 140 47V, TT 110 1W I 41V)
77 127 140 4 47 V, 74 214 ... 142 V,
7 314 10 147 V, II Ill 44 I HVJ
74 224 ... 1 47V, 41 Ill ... I 62V,
21S 10 47V, 74 tit ... 4 62V,
I 330 ... 1 47 V, Tl 114 ... 4 11V,
J4 117 40 4 47, M 17t ... 4 14
' 214 ... 47V, tl 321 ... I 64
2 ... 4 47V, 44 224 ... 4 67V.
4 214 ... 47J
9 74 1 104 ... 4 44
of sheep this morning and Judging from the
;v'"i 01 tne mew-get during tne lasi
two or three days, none were wanted. The
total receipts for the week have been
quite liberal, showing a fair gain over the
Pr'Y'oua week, but Just about on a par
"vii a year aaTO.
The week sinned with a varv aetlve de
mand and with prices at this point high
enough to suit anyone. When reDorts be
gan to come in from Chicago it was found
that the same sheep had sold there for a
good deal less money than they brought at
.mo j'uini. mis naturally nau a weaaen
ing effect on the market, as buyers were
disposed to lower their bids so as to be
well within line. At the same time Chicago
began breakina- badly, which made It all
the worse here. As a result the market
here for the week on wethers is fully 253)
60c lower, and on one brand of aheep there
was a decline of 600. The market naturauy
slowed up and the week closed slow and
As showlns? the condition of the market
at Chicago, the Drovers' Journal quoted
me duik or the trading there on Ttiursaay
as SOtjtiOo lower for the week on ewes and
wethers, with the movement the dullest of
the season. The same day the Drovers'
Journal quoted lambs at Chicago as JuJ
75c lower than the tirevloua Tuesday.
After all the decline that has taken place
tne market still Is high aa compared wun
previous years. One thing shep men
should try to avoid, especially at this time.
Is thA Bhlnmtnl of t,lr 4 iu.t Is not thor
oughly well finished for market. It is still
too early to expect very much of a feeder
demand and the Dac.kera do not want thin
or half fat sheep, hence anything of that
description shipped at the present Ulna Is
pound to oe more or less negieciea.
uuotations: ijooa o cnoice sprmsr i"i",
t6 .5j7.60; fair to good spring lambs, 96.26
6.76; good to choice yearlings, 5.714j6.16.
fair to good yearlings, $S.bii5.76; good
to choice wethers. 94.7Va6.10; fair to good
wethers. 94.WX84.76; good to choice ewes.
84.756.00; lair to good ewes, H-oota-i- io.
KANSAS CITY, July 21. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7oo head, including 100 southerns;
market steagy; native steers, 94.00iilti.25;
southern steers, t3.00ti6.00: southern cows.
92.Ooitj3.50; native cows and heifers, 92.01M?
Coo; stockers ana reeaers, i.owa vou; uum,
to i.n mi. iialv.. 19 KiV,; m-aatcirn fed
V.W4w.w, v.... , vm.vv.wu. , - --- r -
su-ei-s, 93.75ijvJ.0O; western fed cows, t2.6o0
HOGS Receipts, 4,500 head: market to
i . v,..ii, aai. aa r.!.',, tl lf?u. heavy.
t6.06.82; packers, K.6oai.6Z7; pltss ami
light, f) so-UU.tjo.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle. Shees) and Lambs Steady
CHICAGO, July Jl.-CATTLE Receipts,
on head: market steady; beeves, 94.0OCn.4O;
cows and neiiers, i.xd.vu, iutri
feeders. 92.6tKiM.3ti; calves, $o.OOo.76.
vti JS Recetnta. 10.000 neaa; emiiuiu
,r..., ha oimI httid The market was
lower; mixed and butchers, 96 8o4j6.ISO; good
heavy, 86.40tft6.saVt; rougn neavy, o.ivo.o".
llghti 16.4tVfT6.86; P'Bs. 85.65vj.90; bulk of
i t.; Kiv.r r.
fttcB. ev.wv4jw. in. . , e Oiio
8HTCF.P AND LA M 2Jf iteceipm.
head: market steady; sheep, jjmw-
yearlings, t&.oO'SO.SO; lambB, H-7W-'l-
Kansas Ctty L1t Stock Market
v a xj a a fit rtTT .Tnlw 21. CATTLE Rs
ivn a v kj.i u . . . , ,
celDts. DUO head. Including ovo souineiu..
cholee export and
dressed beef steers, '95.604i6.25; fair to good
84 OofoS.40; western fed steers, 83.76'o5.JOl
stockers snd feeders 82.5004.60; southerr
M icie rwl aniithara COWS. S2.00ttro.tiO
steers, e--ov. '-- ""- ' L' ,i o,-
natlve cows, u.vvvt.; native nmr.
fa5.50; bulls, 92.40(8 4 00; csives, t-w-- -
celpts for the week, 4d,w.
liOGS-Recelpts, 6.000 head. Market 9c
l,.,- ton 1662V4: bulk or saie. n .owl
6.67Vi; heavy. $G (MM .; packers, W-la
pigs and light, is.ovos oit. jw-"-ih'
-..I, 4R 400 head.
nurc-D iKii t.amrs Receipts, none
.rw-t ReiDtl for the week, 26,200
at. locals Stock Market
o-e TjiTTta Jul 81. CATTLE Receipts,
son h..H in'r-ludlnsr 350 Texans; market
strong: native shipping and export steers
i, .4 or. ArmmmvA ,A.r -.nd butcher steers
94ili.40; steers under 1,000 pounds, 38.5(tf
"65; stackers and feeders. fWi: cows
j t liasc . canners. 8l.0tVa2.00;
bulls t2.76fM.80'; calves. 83.6xa-50; Texas
and Indian steers, ti006.u0; cows and
ir.n a u .tt 1 Ron head: market
J 1 V.VJ W I,... - i
lower; pigs snd lights. r '
86 ?6fi 76; butchers and best heavy, 86 WHI
No sheep sales.
Htw Tork 11 Stk Market.
NEW TORK. July O BEEVES Re
ceipts, 8S8 heed. No trading and feeling
weak. Dressed beef stfoy at .Jto for na
tlve sides. Exports. 960 beeves and t0u0
cXLVES-Recelpts. 218 head. No trading:
city dressed veals stesdy at 7V8c; coun-
'TlO-RecerpT-'uThead. MarUet fe.l-
'"SHEEP5"' AND LAM Receipts. 6.6M
head. Lalmhs steady: common to choice
sheep sold at t8.fr 3.66.
St. Joseph Lin Stock Market.
ST JOSEPH. Mo., July 21- CATTLE
Receipts. 1144 head; market steady; na
tives t4.rt-l": f-0 and n"lfer"i
6 oo; stockers and feders. 93.Wa4.00.
HOGS Rerelpts, 4.8u3 head; msrket
Steady to 6c lower; light. Kii, mrftoi
and heavy. 96.46'(I56; bulk of sales. 8o.u0
51 SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 240 head;
Pittas City Llrt Stoek Market.
SIOUX CITT. la.. July 21 -(Special Tele
gram V-CATTLE-Receip's 100 head; mar
ket steady; beeves. 84 tV rj 5 7. ; cows, bulla
aiu4 mixed. t2.504?i4.75; stockr.4 and feeders,
t3Uhi4.0O; calves and yen.rli1.5s, j;t.0'.tf3 H5.
HOGS Receipts, 4 ,oti head; nickel
steady, selling at t-3684j.t0; bulk of sales,
Stoek In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
4 Hoi 240
2.6m) ' ....
10.000 9.0 0
LONDON. July 21 Supplies of money to
day were abundant and the demand was
fair. Discounts were firm. Tie tone on
the Btock exchange was distinctly more
cheerful with a fair amount of hul.-i-'s for
Saturday. operators had recovered from
their nervousness and repurchased some of
yesterday's sales. Consols rose a quarter
of a point and other first clsss securities
Improved In sympathy. Foreigners hard
ened on better Parts advices. Americans
were buoyant. At tha opening there was a
slight hesitation, but prices soon strength
ened under the lead of Union Paclnc, wlii h
was active oa lls bears covert g. The
msrket closed Arm. Jnraneae Imperial 6a of
!"4 closed at Ir?,
I'AKIS, Julr :i prices on the Bourse to
ny were stronger owing to the more en
couraging fore I mi advice. Rtissiitns recov-
ring slightly at the chse. Kusl:tn Im
ports! 4 were onotel at 73 60 and Russian
bonds of 1!o4 sf 47 ..
RERI.IN. Jolv a. Trading on the Roursa
toils y was quiet. Rus9liina were higher.
NEW YORK. Julv 21 COFFKK
Msrket for futures opened stesdy at an
vance or 0 points and ruled very active
nd Arm in response to his her E-iropenn
markets and continued report that tha
alorlxatlon plan had pajsil the Rrastltau
congress, althotiKh It Is still Impossible)
trace these reports to any nmrlsi
ottrce. Important traile Interests and
Wall street people were active buyers and
tho market closed Arm at a net advant-e
of 6dil5 points. Sule for the day were
reported of 62,!50 hues. Including Hep-
ember at ISnn-ii s.br; tx-tntier, in.Rh J s. 1 6 ;
November, 96.76; December, 96 My.l0;
March, 97. 057. 15; May. 97 :0fi7 8O; Juno,
7.25; spot Rio firm; No. 7 Invoice, 8c,
agar and Molasses.
NEW TORK. July 21. SUGAR Raw.
firm: fair refining. 9v.c; cenirlfuaal 96 test.
8c; molasses sugar, 9c. Refined, firm;
No. , 4 8oc: No. 7, 4 15c; No. 8. 4.10c: No. 9,
tc: No. 10. 4c: No. 11. i.fcc: no. 13, i.yoc:
No. 19. 8V; No. 14. 3oc; confectioners' A,
Of; mould A. 5 150; cut lonr. 550c; crusnea,
or; powdered, 4.V; granulated, 4.8O0;
MOIVSSKS Steadv: New Orleans open
kettle, good to -hoce, o''',.
NEW ORLEANS. Julv 21. SUGAR
Steady: open kettle centrifugal, 9 7-16c; sec
MOLASSES-Flrm. Syrup. S&ffsnc.
ST. LOUIS. Julv 21 WOOL Steady: me
dium grades, combing and clothing. 24(V2Xc;
iigni nne, ltwr-i'c; neavy nne, iiyi7c; tub
LONDON, July 21.-WOOL Tha arrivals
of wool for the fifth series of auction
amounts to 27.279 bales. Including 9,000 bales
rorwaroea airect to spinners. The Import
this week were: New South Wales, 240
bales; Queensland. 1.214 bslrs; Victoria, 203
bales; South Australia, 94 bales; New Zea
land, 4,948 bales; various, 3,2ft9 bales.
NEW YORK. Julv 1 MKTAf.S The
markets Were uulet and nominally tin.
changed In the absence of cables. Spot
tin was quoted at 936.55IU 86. HO. Lske
copper, 818.87V W18. 76: electrolytic. 318.00
& 18.60: casting:. 8 1 7.7Mr 1 S.Oft. Lend was
dull at $5.75 and spelter at t5.954?6.00.
Dl. LUlia, mo., July Zl. METALS
Lead, quiet, 96.67 Vt; spelter, higher,
Dry Goods Market.
NfiTW TORK. July 21.-DRT GOODS Tha
market was quiet today without special
feature. Linens were higher by about 10
per cent and burlaps have been advanced
as a consequence of a recent government
forecast on the jute crop. Fine whits goods
were very strong.
Ol'T OF THE ORDINARY.
To Protect an Invention all over tha
world It Is necessary to take out sixty-four
patents in as many dirrerent countries, the
estimated cost of which Is 32,500.
insanity Is Infrequent in India, according
to a blue book. In BenartU in 1904 the ratio
of insane wus 2.93 per 1,000 population,
against 34.71 in England.
A recent wedding In Brittany was cele
brated according to old customs of that
country. Tha festivities lasted five days
and entertaining the 2,000 guests cost
A CHjriei begins work at 4 years old, and
frequently continues In uso for over half
a century. It will carry 1,000 pounds on
its back, while few horses can carry more
than 260 pounds.
Bertha L. Fowler, a 12-year-old stlrl of
Lewlston, Me., has been astonishing
atrons or the fair grounds there by drlv
ng a big Hambletonlan pacer In something
under 2:30 on a half-mile track. She began
handling the reins when she was halt her
The town or Northampton. Mass., sola
the Ice cutting privilege on its extensive
reservoir for fco, and now la paying trust
firlces, much of Its home Ice product hav
ng been shipped to soother state.
here are 7.4o9 millionaires living In tha
kingdom of Prussia, according to tha re
cent taxation figures supplied by Vice Con
sul General Rlsdorf of Frankfort; but they
are millionaires In marks (23.8 cents each),
not dollars. There are twenty-three per
sons each with over 90,000,000 marks, twenty-four
possessing 20.000.000 to 90,000,000, and
146 with 10,000.000 to 20,000,000.
Orso. In Sweden, has In the course or a
gfrieration sold 9.760,000 worth of trees,
and by means of Judicious replanting has
provided for a similar Income every thirty
or forty years. In consequence of the de
velopment of this commercial wealth there
are no taxes. Railways and telephones era
free and so are the school houses, teaching
and mnny other things.
A meteorologist haa undertaken the la
borious task of measuring the dimensions
of raindrops. He finds thst the largest
are about one-sixth of an inch and tha
smallest l-700th of an Inch in dlumeter.
They are larger in summer than In winter
and larger In hot than in cold climates.
The slae of the drop when It reaches tha
earth depends on the height fi;om whlc.
It has fallen.
Western Massachusetts apparsntly
abounds In pscullnrlties; one of these Is
that in the town of Otis the fish are said
to come up out of the ground. There Is a
section of fresh marsh where fishermen
dig holes and let down balled hooks which
are greedily taken by the bullheads that
abound In the subterrnnean wnters.
In 1841 Lieutenant Charles Wllkea snd
his command were surveying the Puget
sound region. Independence dsy fell that
year on a Sunday, so they did their cele
brating on the Monday. It is believed to
have been the first formal observance of
the glorious Fourth west of the Missouri
river. July 5, this year, a monument to
hand down the memory of it, was unveiled
at Lake Sequalltchew.
Marder and Suicide la Missouri.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo July 21. A special to
the News-Press from Barnard, Mo., says:
Edward Walker, a young farmer, cut tho
throat of his 19-year-old wife and then
slashed his own thrust. He Is dead and
she cannot recover. A note found Indi
cates that the couple had agreed to dla to-
f;ether. Walker was discharged from tho
nsane asylum five years ago.
Arkansas Woman Ends Mfa.
BT. LOUIS, July 11. A special to the
Post-Dispatch from Paragould, Ark., says:
Word has been received here of the death
of Mrs. Axalla Thompkins. 70 years of age,
near Lot ado. twenty miles distant, from
havlna- herself driven two ten-penny nails
Into her head with suicidal Intent. She
was blind and partially deaf and had once
before attempted suicide by cutting her
Boston Man Heads Hibernians.
SARATOGA. N. T., July 21. The Ancient
Order of Hibernians completed tliflr na
tional convention today. Matthew Cum
mins of Boston wes elected president
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS).
Deeds filed for record July 21, 1906, aa
furnished by the Kerr-Shallcross company,
bonded ahst rarters, 1814 Farnam street:
John M Edwards and wife to park
way Real Estate Co., lots 9 and 4.
Fearon Pla'a t 100
Erik Peter. n to Joseph Bstt. lot 4,
block 1, Horhaeh's Second addition.. 9, MO
Carrie Mltchi II and husliand to Iwla
Wright, half lot 19 snd 20, block 8,
West Side addition 600
William (-. I're and wife to William J.
H.ieey. SO feet of lot S, Nelson's ad
Total for July 21
W. Farnam Smith & Go.
We offer subject to asl
UNION' BTOCK YARDS STOCK.
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Fu D. Day & Co.
Sto;k, Uraiu, Provisions
Ship Yoar Grain lo Is.
Chicago and Minneapolis Delivery.
One-eighth commission on Grain, one
quarter on Stocks. Prompt and caret ul
attention given lo outside accounts. Writs
lio-lll Hoard of Trade Bid.,
41 MA HA, ftHH.
(or our dally Market Letter, mailed free.
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