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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JULY 23, 1905.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Prices AW Whole Lilt Work. Lower
WHEAT TAKES ANOTHER STEP DOWNWARD
Wow Lader TO Oats oa Loeal Es
eaaoae Black Rast Scar See to
Have likaUttri Uwtr oa
RfMM4 targrr Aeeeotaaee.
OMAHA. July 21. 190.
The break today in all gralne wa a mat
tei of liquidation by longs and short sell
ing on the domwllc situation. Price
worked off surprisingly easy, and auch up
port aa ass forthcoming from ahria.
Report from the northwest are hotter
oaiiy. Jnines A. rattan of Chicago figures
that South Dakota will ralae the biggest
crop of wheat, corn, oat and fl on rec
ord. The black mat scare Mmi to be
'r and weather conditions now are e
reUinl. The foreigner rontlnuea to back
way from offerings of new wheat. The
firmness In Liverpool waa on the expc'
tion of, lighter world ahlpments, and
mte cable from Broomhall report weather
nne in Russia, with arrival at Odeasa In-
Mege from all over the corn belt tell
ot heavier country acceptance, which
means nn Increased movement. Any larger
rccelpta will prove a depressing factor on
me near deliveries. The far month ar
affected by the Improved crop outlook, te-
' ioi ta being generally optimistic. Liquida
tion has been stead.lv going on for some
lime, aud thus far the mar net ha shown
out Utile reciineratlve power. The for
.gner Ik thua Tar a disinterested spectator.
i he market In oats was entirely noml
liai. Quotations were He lower.
M-imary wheat rece'nts were 1.104.flf0 bu.
nun ahlpments l.(iou 1u., against receipts
jur or l.riH.non mi. ana enipmems 01
...J.iAi hu. Coin receipts were 418.'l bu.
.nl shipments 41. MS) hu . sgalns receipts
ast jer of 3IS,Vm bu. mifl shipments of
11 hu. 4'learancea were 83. bu. of
wheat, e.,y, bu. of flour, &,0 bu. of corn and
.''! b'l. (if natl.
Liverpool closed Sfid lower on wheat
a;d unchanged to d lower on porn.
l.ronrhvl estimates world's wheat ship
ment for M onlay at tj.aO.OOO bu., against
v.iV-i.o" nii. iat sear.
jnne, rhe emu expert, whit returned to
14iniw,Ki!.i hia motnina from the V
s;il; : Northwestern crop will be
eie in ten cava to two weeks, r'resem
" iixm.ee -re for an enormous yleM Only a
vammi.y can (f'.nge this prospect and
are no unfavorable indications yet
u crop matures, ralli-osis will be unable
' to tkc rare of it and It will take fifteen
months or more to market It. Oats and
ilsx a- In hue condition: corn coming for
ward tmeiy. i nlted mates will have a
iutpius above home needs of over SOl.tmri.aen
hu-heie. oid with ( nnada about 0,(i0.0")
h.iehels; In fact, the I'nited States and
.atiHn niv the promts Of almost l.vv,
i-oi al rung of options:
Articles.: Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Tes y
4II 45 A
41' A 42V.A
A Aitked. B bid.
Unaalia Caah Sales.
WHEAT No 2 hard, 8 car, 70c; 1 cor,
UA I'SNo. 3 mixed, 1 tar, 33c.
Omaha Caah Prices
.WHEAT No. 1 hard, 7Hc; No. 3 hard,
ivi'c, .no. spring, iuc.
IOKN-AO. i. 4.xl.i.u, ' No. 1 vellow. 46V-C
Xo. o white, 4.(t4ic-
UAU-Ao. mixed, J2Vtc; No. 1 while,
ile, .o. 4 white, JJVc.
Ill I-. No 'i, (M,fcc; NO. I, B2c.
flra, lv; etra. lSc. Cheese, steady;
following were the receipt ana amp-
manta of flour and grain:
, INI )
OMAHA WHOLESALE MtRKL'T,
Wheat. Corn. Oat.
ObiCgO 4 178 108
Aanwi City i.Hj li 21
jMlnneapoil tU ...
Ouiana. -. , 4i 19
Liuiuin to ....
8t. LOul .....187 " 74
CHICAGO GIIAI AND 'PROVISIOXI
Pea (a res o the Tradiagj aad C'lostna;
. . f riers Board of Trade. ,
. CHICAGO. July 21. The ttmato of a
crop expert giving 400,000,000 bushels a
i no amount of this year wheat crop
wnitn will be available for export from
the tnlted States and Canada resulted In
extreme .weSKneee today, the closing quo
tation on tbe ttoptemoer delivery befng
of ic. Corn waa off iHc. oat wt.ru
down He. ' Provisions were ioUnc
The weakness In the wheat market da
e.opeu during the first hour ana during
the remainder -of the session the bulla
, were in full, retreat. A fair demand oy
tininislort house, based upon a steady
'uiarkct at Liverpool, caused some firm
ness Immediately after the opening, but
the situation was Ignored when the esti
mate of the Minneapolis rrop expert be
id me generally known. Tit trailers and
lotai Fongj aold freely and there waa mUih
. sailing o wheat by commission houses on
lop-ioss oroers. The market waa alao
fleeted by liberal receipts here and at
other primary point. Ixx-al recelpta for
Monday were estimated at 802 caaa, which
. waa considered a very liberal supply and
this caused additional weaknea late In
'the day. Shorts were the chief buyers.
'1 he market cloaed very weak with prices
. almost, at the lowest point. Heptcmner
opened Vc to So higher at 77c to 18a
sold up to 786ti8c and then declined to
'"(. . Final quotations were at 7Sc.
Clearance of wheat and flour were equal
to 121.800 bushels. Primary receipts were
1,104.000 bushels against 1,048,000 bushels
fot the corresponding time last yeAv
ailnneapolia, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipt of (14 car against 624 last weea
and 214 a year ago.
The corn market was steady for a few
minute early In the day, but the sharp
break In wheat, excellent weather ana
increased country offerings caused a ron
alderable decline. The close waa weak
with rrlcea near th lowest point. Sep
tember opened 4s44c lower at HtrHc
higher at 4c to i0k-c. sold off to 44?
and closed at 48 c. local receipt were
. 178 cars, with 78 cars of contract grafle.
. oats were weak In sympathy with other
gram and also because of reports from
the northwest Indicating a heavy yield.
The volume of trade was not large. tep
tember opened unchanged to Uc higher
at 81c to Si'ic, aold up to 388SHc and
declined to 32c. The close was at 33 Sc.
Local receipts weru 103 cars.
' Provisions were inclined to he weak In
sympathy with grain and because of a 6c
decline In the price of live hogs.' Trad-
' lng waa rather quiet. At the close Sep-
tember pork wa off 18c at $17.30. Lard
was down So at $8.88. Ribs were lifto
lower at $3.11.
(estimated receipt for Monday: Wheat,
-. cars; corn. : cars; oats, 142 car;
. .ling, 48.000 head. -
Tli leading future ranged a follow:
Coaaltloa of Trad aad Qaotatloa oa
Staple sal FeJiey Prodaec.
EOO Hecelpte, liberal; freah tjck. UHc.
Li VK Pol'LTRT Hen. I1:: roosters.
8c, turkeys, UtjKc; ducks, 7c; spring cluck-
enrs, iiaji per lb.
o L 11 fc.lt racking atoca, m-c; cnoice
fancy dairy, 16c; creamery, 2KUU1WC
HAV Priv quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: Choice upland, $9 50; medium, 8l.o0;
ouarse, 3 0t0.6u. Itye straw, 81i.80431.Ou.
WHAN Vtr ton, jis.ov.
TOMATOFA-liiinola. Der crat of 30 lb..
ICc. . . . .
WAX BEANS Per market basnet 01
about 13 lbs., 60c.
B I KINO hbaisb t'er marsei mwnci v
about li lbs., c.
TL RNIF8. BEET8 AND cakkoid
Per din bunches, 26c.
l.hAr L.fc.1 1 LCtr-lioinouse,
I'fi I'm hf.RR Home grown, per do..
60c; Texas, pee bu. box, 82-00.
ON IONS Home grown. -
Texs. In crates, white. $1.7.
ORLEN ONIONB Per oi minci,
RAlloHL-Per io. bunches. 16c.
CACLI FLOWER Per dox. bead. 760.
OREEN PBA8-Per bu.. 31.00.
NEW PO 1 A'lOKH Per bu., 80c.
POTATOES Home grown, per bu., on
86C. . . . -
NAVY BEANS-Per nu., n; iu. a,
LIMA FKANR Fer '. ,,.
DATF.S Per box of JO-lb. pkg., $200;
Halloween, in 70-lb. boxes, per lb., c:
Bayers, per lb., 4c; walnut tuffed, 1-lb.
pkas . t?liO per dox ; 8-lb. boxes, $1.00.
ORANQES-Callfornltt, extra fancy tiav
els. large le. :S&.Mi Mediterranean
sweets, all sixes, 84.ia&4.0; Valencies, all
LEMONS -Llmonlera. extra fancy, 2-10
lie. .; to 800 site, $5.5o.00; other
hnhft, 11 U1 less.
. KIO8 California, per 10-lb. carton, ih
80c; Imported Binyrna, . iihc--i ".,
aix-crown. 13c. . . .
BANANAS rer ' medium-ailed bunch,
$1 75'2.3o; jumbos. $2.5i"(j3.00. '
PINEAPPLES-Florlda. sle 24, 30 and
M: W"- FRT-IT8.
CHERRIES California. 8C.00 per 8-lb. box;
our cherries. 24-qt. crate, $l.aO.
OOOSKBEKRIEb i cr crate of. 24 Qt.,
PFACHE8 Hale early, $1.00; yellow free
stone $125; Texae Elberta. per 4-basket
crate, 9.tct)$1.00 . . .
PLCMS-eallfornla, $1.60-31. ,&
BLACKBERRI Ert Per 24-qt. crate. $2.26.
RASI'BERRl E8 Red, per 24-pt. craie,
32.01.'; black, per 24-qt. crate, $3.00.
APRICOTS Per 4-basket crate, $l.i6.
CI BRANTS Home-grown, white and
red, per 24-qt..
W ATERMELON'8 I'er lb.. IV1C, or about
80js5e each. . ... ,
CANTELOrFES-California. per crate,
standard, .w, poui.-, 'M., '". f
crate, about 45 melons, li.ifl; ponies, 32.00.
BEEF CUT PRICES.
No 1 ribs, 12c; No. Z ribs. 10c; No. 3 ribs,
sr.- is:o 1 loin. 15c: No. 2 loin, 12Vkc; No. 3
loin, c; 1 ciiu.iv. u-, . ,
No. $ chuck. 4c; No. 1 round. 8Vc; No. 3
round, 8c; No. 3 round. Kid No- 1 plate. c;
No. t. plate. 2c: Nn. 8 plate, 2c.
HIDES AND TALLOW-Oreen salted,
No 1 1S"4; No- uv4c; nun nioes, miw;
-..' hM. No. 1. llUc: No. 2. l'"c; hors,
$2.MJS(8.5t; sheep plts, SCc&1.25- Tallow, No.
CIPER Per keg. 88.75; per bbl., $6.76.
tinviTT-NfW. rer 24 lbs.. 33.60.
CHEESE Swiss, new, 10c; , Wisconsin
hrik 15c: Wisconsin llmberger, 12c; twin,
W4c; oung Americas, 15c
NllTS Walnuts, No. 1, 80ft shells, rew
Crop, per ID., ioc; nra siieiie. per to.,
13V.C. Pebans. largre, pr lb., 14c; small,
lh . 12c. Chill walnut, per lb.. 12&13V4?.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
hells, per lb., 15c. Cocoanuts, $4 per sick
SUGAR Granulated cane. In bbl.,
$5 16- granulated cane. In sacks, $8.11; gran
ulated beet, In sacks, $6.01.
SYRl'P-ln bbls., 2iO per gal.; In rase.
$ 10-lb. cans. $1.70; cases 11 6-lb. cans, $1.80;
cases 24 2'4-lb. cans, $1.86.
COFFEE Roasted, No. 85, I5Ho per lb.;
No 20, 2040 per lb.; No. 26, l&toc per lb.j
No, 10, 16'- Per lb. ; No. 21, 12 c per ro.
CURED FJ8H Family whltellsh, per
quarter bbl., 10t lbs., 84.00; Norway mack-
ereL No. 1, vai.w; no. s, .T).wf no. a, sau.uu;
T.iK Nn. 2. 316.00: herring. In bbl.. 200 Iba.
each.' Norway, 4k, $12.00: Norway, 8k, $13.00;
Holland, mixed. $11.00; Holland herring,' In
C ... 1 J . 1. I w Wb.
gega, miiKers, nui., ns, nuu, iw.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west
ern, &&Ac; Maine, $1.16. Tomatoes, 3-1 b
ran. ll.2Mil.60: 2-lb.. 87c$l.O0. Plnean-
rles, grated, 2-lb., $2.06(6i..; sliced. H.
20; gallon apples, fancy, $3.90; California
apricot. $l.40jjT.TO; pesrs, ii.yd',i.m;
peaches, fancy. 1.7MWi.40; M. o. peaches
$2. 0(7.60. Alaska salmon, red. $1.25; fancy
Chinook, F., 32.10; fancy sockeye, F., $1.96;
sardines. oil, $2 60; H mustard. $2.603.10;
Sweet potatoes, 9t.16491.26; sauerkraut, $1.00:
pumpkins, 8ncg$1.0U; wax beans, 2-lb., 75j
80c; lima beans, 2-lb., 75og'1.36; spinach,
$1.36; cheap pea, 2-lb., Sue; extra, laVOu;
(aucy, tl.3t3 1-75.
HIDES AMU TAi.L,ow ureen salted.
4 3d; future, quiet; July, 4a IHd; Sep
tember, 4a VL
WKW YORK GENERAL MARKET
4otalava of ko Dor oat Varloa
NEW TOBK. July 21 -FIlR-R'f,,
11.978 bbls ; exports. 8.737 bbls.; msrket dull
and barely steady; winter patent, 34 0"
4 36; winter stratghta. 33.764j ; winter
extras. 32.K'va8 40; winter low grsdes. $2."tf
8 36; Minnesota patents, 4 va4 0"; Minne
sota bakers, 83 4Mt8 f. Rve flour, quiet;
fair to good. 83.4""fT4.!0; choice to fancy,
83 T.84 20.
CX)RNMF-At-Bteady; fine white and
3-ellnw, 31 i7l.26; coarse, $1.10jl.l2; kiln
dried $2. w& 2. 80. . ,
RYE Dull : No. 2 western. 67Hc nominal,
f. o. b.. New York.
WHEAT Receipts. 21.000 bu. Spot. eay;
No. 2 red. 82V4C, elevator, and Wc, f. o. b.,
afloat; No. 1 northern, Du'uth. CTc. f. o. P.,
afiost; No. 2 hnrd winter. 82V?. - ..
afloat. The wheat opening was rsther firm
on further rust talk and subsequent selling
on a bearish private crop estimate and big
receipts weskered It snarplv. and the close
howed net loss. Ma-, 87'sfi 7-18c.
closed at 87c: Julv. ictvfwe. closed st
M'.c; Sentemher. M 3-l-hS4 3-lc. closed at
R3'c; Decemler. KWic. closed at Kvtje.
CORN Receipts. 22.575 bu.; export. 8.
on. ppot. easy; No. Z, 660, elevator, ami
Me, f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 yellow.- B7Vc;
no. 1 white. 5fc. The option market opened
teady, but soon turned week with wheat,
losing lva4.c net lower. Julv cloaed at
65c: September, 5SfSc, closed at 66c;
uecenmer Closed at 54'Sc.
OATS Receipts, 87. Son bu.; exports. 2.800
bu. Bpot. easier; mixed oats. 28 to 32 lbs,
41c: natural white. 30 to 83 lbs., 42'a3c;
lipped white. 88 to 40 lbs., 4vfM&e.
HAY Pteadv: ahlnnlnar. 55fa6c: good to
HOP8 Stesdv: state, common to choice.
Iftos crop, incite; 1904 crop, nominal: olds,
nominal; Pacific roast, 1(6 crop, 10jjl7c;
crorv i:v; olds, nominal.
HIDES Steady ; Galveston. 20 to 25 lbs.,
20c; California. 21 to 25 lbs., 21c; Texas dry,
IO B" IDS., 1WJ.
LEATHER-yulet; acid. 28fl27V4p.
PROVISIONS- Heef rlrm: famllv. HO OOfTl
10 16; mess. 88 (i8 5o; beef hams. f .l.ofW
22 6: packet. $9.0ivi9.&0; cltv extra India
mess. $16 0t?l.0O. fut meats, firm; pickled
bellies, $11. 5a 13.60; pickled shoulders, $S.2n
.75; pickled hams 3l2.25fi12.75. Ird. easy:
western prime. $8 95. nominal; refined, easy:
Moutn America. Iio.on; compound. $i.un
3.VV Pork, firm; family. $1S 50; short clear,
J i."--ll 1. ,n ; niess, Iln.'efriV.OO.
lAIJiOtV-Quiet; city ($2 per rkg.),
15-lc; country (pkgs. free), 4"tifilc.
RICE Quiet r domestic eitra fair SUlf
Sc; Japan, nominal.
nt 1 1 rK steady; street price, extra
reamery, lOH'ii-'le. OfTlclnl prices: Cream-
ry. common to extra, lii'tBCOHc; renovated.
common to extra, 12'dlv4c; western fac
tory, common to firsts, 13917c; western
imitation creamery, extras, lS',c; western
CHEESE Strong; new. state, full cream,
atge, fancy, Lc; fair to good, 10WUo;
No. 1, 12Uc; No. 2, HVc; full hides. 8tt34o;
green hides. No. 1, 10c; No. 2, c; horse.
l.60i3.26; sheep pelt, 60cfi41.25.
No. 1, 4c;mo. z, ac.
WOOL Per lb., 1825c.
17 27H 17 30
6 0O 00
. I i-'Vkl t 3CiW
Article. I Open I High. I Low. Close Te'y.
' July...! 77 77,'
. 8ept..j7TitT7 -78Sf
July... 60 60V
May.. 47048 4'
July.. .!3voS4H 84V
4KS 48T U60
o7h: 3 07hi 8 rw
IT 30 1
Cash quotation were a follow:
FlX)l"R Steady; winter patent. 8X60
8 a- atralaht. U.SOfil.M: sorlna inr.
$t 704 00; straights, 34 443.75. baker', $2.39
HI i ).
WHEAT No. 3 prtng. 77rT8c; No. 3,
74T7c; No. 2 red. 77y&78o.
CORN-No. 2, miic; No. 3 yellow,
OAT8-N0. 1 33Tc; No. t whit. S7C37Vc:
no. wniia. ii'miw.
RTE No. t tc.
BARLEY Good reeding, oc; fair to
choice malting, itflwe.
SEEDIS-No. 1 nax. $1.0t: No. 1 north'
western, $1 10. Timothy, prim. $4.26- Clover,
connect grade. $11 3V
Plt (VISIONS Short rib aide (loose),
tOiTti 15. Mess pork, per bbL, . 311.00.
l.sid. per I'M lbs . 88 75. bhort clear aid
(boxed 1. 88 iH(8.76.
On Hi Produce exchange to4ay the butter
market waa ateady; crssnnsrle. 164.l8c;
datrte. 1WV. Fgga. firm; at mark,
ease Included. 13J lie; first. Uc; prtxn
ft. I.oal General Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 21. WHEAT Lower;
N'o fl rA rrth levfttnr 74Vr. nomlncl-
track, 74(8''5Vio; September, c; Decem
ber, 76'c: No. 3 hrd. 74VUY(jc.
CORN Lower: No. 3 cash. 61c. nominal
track. 62c Beptember. 49 Wc: December. 46o
OATS Lower; No. 3 cash, 38c, nominal;
track, S7c; September, 32Hc; December,
38Hc: No. 3 white. 37c for new.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patenta. $4.36
U-tw; extra fancy and straight, $3.yt.80
Clear, ;mu.uii. .. , .
SEED Timothy, ateady; 33.764.60.
CORNMEAL Steady; $2,80. . '
BRAN Dull: sacked east track. 74S760.
HAY Steady: timothy. $12. 6041117. 00: prai
rie. J.1 1HXJJ is.uo.
imiiN tvnvn iito m.w.
HEMP TWINbJ THc.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: lobbing. $17.06
IjtrA, lower: prime steam. 38.46. Dry salt
meats, sieaay: ooxea extra snorts, ss. 10
clear ribs, 89 8?Vi; short clears, $10.00. Bacon,
teady; boxed extra short. $10.60; clear
rib, iiu.k:. snort clear, io.vt.
POULTHY Quiet; chicken. lOUc: Drlngg.
joc: lurseys, iic; aucss, sc; geese, sc.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, lwa21o; dairy,
EGGS Steady. 13c, case oount.
Flour, bbl 6,000 8,000
wneat, bu 1&7.000 I8.00O
Corn, bu 79. (M) 22,000
Oats, bu.- .,..;..:...' 74,000 42,uu0
Jtlaneapolla Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 21. FLOUR Flrat
patent. $4 35tH 36; second patent, $4.10r
4.20, first clears, $3.36u$.46 oond clear,
BRAN In bulk. $13 60ul3 76.
(Superior Board of Trad quotation for
Mlaneapolia and Chicago delivery). The
rang of prices, as reiKirted by t . D. Day
at to., iiu-iu uoara 01 irua. wa:
Articles. I Oirn. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yea'y
1 13HI 1 13V 1 n
l 12',, 1 12V 1 12
1 114' 1 U I 1 11
' Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No.
hard. THo; No. 1 northern. T7V., to arrlvs,
xo. 1 nortnern. isc; to arrive, 78c
No. 3 northern, 74u76c: No. I durum. 67Vc
No. 2 durum, t6Vc. Corn: No. 3 yellow,
4He; No. 8. 4.;c. Oats: No. 3 white, 8lc;
No. 3, 2Vfl4c. Barley, 3VJHi'. Ry,
eT 4nc. r ia. si.iu.
Kaasaa City Grata aad Provlaiooa.
Kansas city, July y.-wiiEAT-juiy
sc; September, !c; December, 7lo.
Cash: No. 3 hard, 7ofl72c; No. 3, 69u71c;
No. 4, 8'.'a'i0c; No. 3 red, 7i372Vc; No. 3,
TwiTSc; No. 4, 6S'a70c.
CORN-July, 47c; geptember. 46Hc; D
ember. tSc. Cash: No. 2 mixed, 48HC
No. 3 whit. 4c: No. 3. 4Viuw-
OAT8-l-ower; No. 2 white. fli3c: No.
2 mixed. U0i6c.
RYE Steady. 66580.
HAY Steady to strong; choice timothy.
lo.uu(yiv cnuice prairie, vs. 1 up 10.00.
BUTTER Creamery, lc; packlna. 14c.
EGGS Steady; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases included, lso; caa
count, loc: raaua returned. Wo on.
Receipt and ahlpments of grain were as
follow: neceipt. Bnipments
Wheat, bu 78. ts
Corn, bu J.0iO 17.0K)
Oat, bu 10.000 8,(00
Liverpool Grata aad Provlaloa.
LIVERPOOL. July 21.-WHEAT-8pot,
nominal; futures, quiet; July, 8s 7Vd; bp-
. w a. . , . . - m. r w
ivniir, mm ,a , ,rinuri, iix.
XBJ Upot, quiet , American nuiad, old.
OMAHA LIYE STOCl MiRIET
rt Ctttl. Tea to Tifttsa OonU Either
for lh Wotk.
HOGS BIG TEN LOWER FOR THE WEEK
beep Experleare a Derided Redae
tloa la Valve. Price oa Wether
Beta; Tvreaty-Flve to
SOUTH OMAHA, July 21. 1!.
Official Monday ......
Official Wednesday .
Official Thursday ...
Official Saturday ....
Two weeks ago
Three weeks ago ....
Four weeka ao
B.ime week last year.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 3,0M 6.045 ?.lr4
... 2.74K 9.7S7 8. t1
... 3 3M 9.742 3.W1
... 3.4"7 8.753 $.""S
... 1.23S 11.7"3 67?
... 1.18S 8.920
small, fancy, llc; fair to good, 10V,10c;
EGGS State. Pennsi-lvnnliL and nenrhv
fancy selected white. 24c: choice. 221i23c:
mixed extra, 22c; western firsts. Vlic;
seconds. KVulSSc; southern, lSHtfltjc.
luuLim-Live quiet: western spring
chickens, 18c; fowls. 14c: turkeys, 10c.
Dressed steady to flitn: western SDrlnic
chickens, 18&22c; turkeys, 11gLlc; fowls, 14c.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
Xi 1 1 AX' A t Lf IT IT T..I., 11 tVIIL-i T..li.
No. 1 northern. KVftStc: No. 2 northern, fcl'u,
83c; September. 7Sc bid.
RYE Steady; No. 1, :V?iitfc.
BARLEY Dull: No. 2. uMmi6Ac: samnle.
cokn tower; no, 3 cash, 34'?j39c;
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa. July 21. BUT
TER Steady; extra western creamery,
21c; extra nearby prints, 23c.
EGGS steady; nearby fresh. 18V40 at
mark; weatern fresh, 18c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full cream,
choice, lltc; fair to good, llQillVxC.
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipt of
rattle, hog and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
1I. 1. Inc.
Cattle 613.928 471.208 3816
Hogs L56,2M 1.441.818 133.300
Sheep 22,5i6 733,227 24.SU8
The following will show the price paid
for the different kinds of cattle on the
Souih Omaha market:
Good to choice ccrn-fed steers. .. .$5 8o& T
Fair to good corn-fed steers 60""ijo.6o
Common 10 lair corn-fed steers.... 4 .fci'ftJ.OO
Good to choice cows and heifer... i.Wlli
Fair to good cows and heifers 3.0"-ci3.75
Common to fall- cows and hel.i-s.. 1 i5'vf'i '
Good to choice Blockers r,e".ers 3 75'Ql.o
Fair to good stockers and feeders 3 2.Vif3.7i
Common to fair stockers 2 0u3 2i
Bulls, stags, etc !5'"u4.10
Veal calve 3. 750.75
The following table shows the average
prire of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
n iM ir
l ft IW
M ? oo
ft r m
i 111 ...
i 144 ...
M Iio ...
M rH M
S Ml ...
r t . .
SO tTO l0
14 !1J ...
4 Ml IM
2 I4J 0
7 Jo no
ti :it no
1 :? 49
j in ...
71 r: in
i si 1 120
71 i4 en
17 J.l lo
71 ;.o ;io
11 m so
4-i 18 e
4 M . .
7J 143 40
70. IAS 111
M Ml ...
70 !4 lK)
1 M 244
M 244 ...
I 141 40
44 tn to
1 m ...
44 HI o
t 2'1 1M
i m 40
71 221 SO
.r mi no
n in ...
44 IPX ...
ti 3 ...
I" 221 24
77 221 )
7 224 I"
70 124 ...
75 IIS 10
Date. I 1806. 1906. ,1904.119(13. 11902. ,1901. 1800.
July 8 ...
I 6 291 8 171 5 39 7 82j 6 831
62 W 6 16 6 46; 7 80, S 84 S 13
6 6aV 6 33 I 6 3S; 7 3l 6 i, 6 13
MS, 6 32, 6 11 ' 6 381 7 78, 6 93 6 04
B4't 6 23 1 KV,
6 6l 6 38: b 03. 6 28,
6 67VI 6 47 i 13
& 64, 6 19
6 49V 6 18
3 60S! 5 Ml ' 6 20 7 71
.62'l W 2l 0 Z2
fi 61 v: 5 ;l 5 It
47VI 5 591 S 0SI 6 22
..I 6 61! 6 10, I 22 7 52
6 M 6 53
5 Mi 5 13
6 65! 6 0.
6 68 4 94
7 74! 6 E. 4 67
7 64, 6 63 4 99
6 611 4 V
I 6 07
Peoria Grata Market.
PEORIA. July 21. CORN Lower: No. 2
yellow, &0c; No. 8. 50c; No. 4, 49c.
OAl ixiwer; jno. s wnue. 01a, iltwc;
new, 32Hc; No. 4. while, old, 33Vc.
whisky on the basis or 31.29 for On-
RANGE OF PRICES.
..21 flofrA 10 J8'Vu6 5T
.. 1. 2548.40 b.tWa 82"
.. 2.0"a 2j 5t'y)
,. 1.9i125 .26-il
.. 2,506.75 .35iJi6.50
The following shows the number of stock
ers and feedera shipped to the country yes
terday and their point of destination:
Guy Hood, Glidden. la. N. W 2
George Arnott, Craig Q
G. E. Griffin. Farragut. Ia. Q
Joe Duncan. Wlntield. Ia. Q
C. J. Carrie, Columbus U. P
William Sick, Tenant, Ia. G. W
G. L. Cox, Adair H. I
Olof Pearson. Wllsonville Q
D. II. Tipton. Williamsburg Mil
Chris Chrlstensen, Portst iouth, Ia. Mil
W. Campbell. Woodbine. Ia. I. C.
Dalath Grala Market.
DULT'TH. July 21,-WHEAT-To arrive.
No. 1 northern, Sic; No. 2 northern, 76Vc;
on track. No.. 1 northern, 78Vc; No. 2
northern, 7SVe; July, 7tWc; September,
78Vic; December, 76Hc; May, 80c.
OA 1 0 10 arrive, on track ana July, He.
NEW - YORK, July 21.-COTTON-Stot
closed quiet, middling uplands, 11c; Hud
dling gulf, 11.26c; no sales.
LIVERPOOL. July 21.-COTTON-8tot.
quiet: prices one point lower: American
middling fair. 6.68d; good middling. 6.2tki;
middling, 6.0fid; low middling. 6.8Sd; good
ordinary, 5.6d; ordinary, 6.4tkl.- The sales
of the day were 4,000 bales, of which o00
bale were for speculation and export
and Included 3.600 bales Americsn. Re
ceipts, 1,600 bales, Including 1,100 bale
NEW ORLEANS. Julv 21. COTTON
8 Dot closed quiet; sales. 176 bales: low
ordinary, 7 7-lSc, nominal: ordinary, 8 7-16c,
nominal: low middling. 1011-I6C; middling.
IO41IO 16-16c: good middling. 11 7-16c: mid
dling fair, 11 3-16C, nominal; fair. 12 7-16C,
nominal; receipts, sw Dates; stock, ti,iti
ST. LOUIS, July 21.-COTTON-8teady :
middling, lie; sales, 174 bales; receipts, 8
bales; shipments, 383 bales; stock, 26,183
bale. . .
Paul Bostwlck. Woodbine, la..
W. M. Forsyth, Griswold, la. Q 1
II. N. Way, Ruaer s Siding-Mo. P 1
George Hupert, Elm wood Mo. P....(
C. F. Gordou, Hazelton, Kan
James Fuller, Kiowa, Kan. Mo. P..
Christian & D., Rockport, Mo. Q....
J. 8. Lathlam, Peoria, 111. Q
J. H. Stoner, Exlra la. R. I
John Heldlek, Falrbury R. I
William Welch, Portsmouth. Ia. Mil
The official nuinbvr of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was
C, M. St. P.
Union Pacific 8yteuI
C. N. W., cast
C, 4 N. W.. west.....
C. 8t. P., M. o...:
C, B. Q i east...,..,
C, B. & (J., west..,...
C, R. I. P., east...
C, R. I. P., west
Chicago Great Western
Total receipt ..' i.
The disposition of the oay s receipt wa
follows, each buyer purchasing the num-
uer 01 neau inuicateo: -
Omaha Packing Compapy....
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Company...,
Armour & Co
Halstead Packing Company.
NEW YORK. July 21. COFFEE
Market for future opened steady at an
advance of 6 points and ruled very active
and firm In response to nigner r.uropean
marketa and continued report that the
valorisation plan had passed the Brasillan
congress, although It 1 still Impossible
to trace these report to any official
source. important traoe interest ana
Wall street people were active buyers and
the market closed firm at a net advance
of 643 15 point. Sale for the day were
reported or 62,2 do Dags, inciuaing Bep
tember at 38.506.65; October. 36.668.V5;
November, 16.76; December. 36.8008.90;
March, $7.05(7.1o; May, 7.20ifj7.30; June.
87.25; spot mo nrm; xmo. invoice, c. .
NEW YORK. July 21 METALS The
market were quiet and nominally un
changed In the absence of cables. Spot
tin was quoted at 836.653 36.80. Lake
copper, 318.87 H 18 75; electrolytic. 318.00
($18.60; casting. 317.75618.00. Lead wa
dull at 35.76 and spelter at 15.96 tfti.00.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. July zi. ait-TAI.H
Lead, quiet, 36.67 H; spelter, higher.
Export aad lasporta.
NEW YORK. July 21. Total Import of
merchandise and dry goods for the week
ending today were valued at 311,982,727
Total import of pecle were 371,221 allver
and 3134.311 gold. Total export of specie
from the port of New York 'for the week
ending today were 3!96,947 llvr, and no
It. Loala Live Xork Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 21 CATTLE Receipt.
608 head. Including 360 Texan; market
strong; natlv shipping and export steers,
84.90ii.26; dressed beef and butcher steers,
Mtnu6 40; steers under l.OuO pounds, tt.Mt
4.86; stockers and feeders, $2 0(.ij4 26; rows
and heifers, 82.10(56.28; canners. 31.002 00;
bulls. 32.754H .60; calves. 38. 50a4j.50; Texas
and Indian steers, i OOiuo.OO, cow and
heifers. 31 .90453.26.
HOGS Receipts, 2.600 hesd: msrket 6c
lower: pigs and lights, 38.606 86; packers.
:5j8.7b, butcher and best heavy, K.tfutf
No sheep sale.
evr York Live Stork Market.
NEW YORK. July 21 BEEVES Re
relpt. 358 head. No trading and feeling
weak. Dreaaed beef steady at 7ftc for na
tlv side. Exports, 860 beeves and 1 000
quarters of beef.
CALVES-Recelpts. 218 hesd 5?o trading;
city dressed veal steady at 7Vs$12c; coun
try dressed alow at 3606.
HO8 Receipts. 2.716 head. Market feel
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 6.562
head. I.almbs steady; common to choice
(beep old at 83 5""03 65.
t. Joseph Llv ttoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. July 21.-CATTLE
Receipt. 184 head; market ateady; na
tive, 34.60ra10; cow and heifers. 1.75ii
6.00; stocker and feeder. 38 Of "64.00.
HOGg-Receipta. 4. head: market
steady to 6c lower; light. 3t56tl6.66: medium
and heavy. 88.46iu41.66; bulk of sales, V 60
tSHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 240 head;
took la light.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western marketa yesterday were as follows
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
South Omaha 1.1-9 3 iJU
Sioux City 100 t.frt)
Kansas City h0 l.un
It. Joseph 184 184
6t. Louis 6uo I &o
Chicago 6m 10.000
CATTLE There were no cattle of anv
consequence In the yards, there being the
usual Saturday holiday so far a the
cattle market wa concerned. For the
week the receipt how a Blight falling
off a compared with the previous week
ana a somewnat large decrease a com
pared with a year ago. - A usual at this
sesson of the year a good many load of
rignt gooa rorn-rea steers nave been re
ceiveo. While there has also been
sprinkling of western ranger, thus far,
however, there have not been sufficient
range cattie to really establish quotations
on mat Kina, tne supply 01 beet consist
ing almost entirely ot corn-ted stock
The tendency of the market on all de
slrable fat cattle was steadily upward
uuring tne nrst iour nay or tne week.
Each day market waa auoted fullv
teady or a little stronger with the trade
sufficiently active to affect an early clear
ante on most days. On Friday the situa
tion was somewhat different, the receipt
of that day being of poor quality, In
otner woras, tne Kina mat buyer do not
care tor. A a result Friday market
wa Blow with prices a little easier. Aftei
allowing for the weakness of that dav.
however, the market on all good kinds
of corn-fed steers is IO&I60 higher than
one week ago. Full load of cattle have
sold as high as 38.25, which i the high
est price paid on this market slnca 1
year ago last May, barring only one
ouncn 01 cnristma ueevea, wnicn brougn
Cows and heifer, like beef steers,
snowea improvement an ine week up un
til Friday, when they. too. were alow
The trade on the good kind a a rule
wa active, so that the market through'
out the week wa In a good healthy con
dltion. As the close It is safe to quote
price anywhere from 10(&20c higher than
one week ago, but with the advance the
most pronounced on tne better aradea.
The dull season is still on In the stocker
and feeder trade, not many cattle of that
description arriving and not many wanted
It is still too early to expect very much
trading in mat department or the market,
SHU Hi few cattle that have come for
ward have met with fair sale and Drlc
hav been well maintained. If anything
the market 1 a trifle stronger for the
week, but that I not any Indication of
the demand being particularly strong, fo
a matter of fact speculator and vsrd
trader still complain of very little In'
quiry irom tne country.
HUUS ine nog inaraet asiumed a more
active appearance this morning. Yee
terday and In fact the day before It wa
extremely slow ana auu, but thl morn
lng buyers acted more as if thev neede
supplies and the trade opened much earlle
In the morning. It was fairly active sn,
the big bulk of all the hogs changed
nanas in very gooa season, as to price
the market might be quoted as stead'
with yesterday's later market, or a shad'
lower than yesterdays averaae. 1 .11,
hogs sold very largely at 6.46f6 47H
wnn a very suuu iui, i o.f. iieav
hoes and oatkers brought 36 40fii
The receipts of nogs, a will be noted
Irom tne laoies given aoove, in v.- niio'
a considerable Increase over laat w, eW
hut are short of the record for laat year.
1 lie inarKri mis n una ppen Unsatls
factory lit mat buyers nave been actin
on tne Dear iiur a guuu mare or die tlm
and have made a very strong effort to
fiound valuea down. It will be remem- 1
iered that 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 t.i-
markel naa oeen rorrea steadily down
ward. At the cloae of the weea value,
are 10fil2Vc lower than they wrru a
the close of last wek and 17V.- low-i
than high :'oint f the ear.
No. St. Ik. Pr. K. At. (0 Pr.
84 171 ... IM TV 241 UO t 4714
41 2M 12 I H II 10 10 SC-,
4 40 4 , 24 ., HI 4 47
14 114 SO M T 244 ... 41V-
44 I I It 6 16 67 u 4 6 47
154 . .
.114 . .
240 . .
.24 . .
. 2'0 ...
4JV, 44 ...
8 H 1.
. . t.'4
X ... 4 '
8HKKP There were no Mesh rciei.'H
Of sheep this morning and Ju.lglt.g froin tlf
condition of the market during the ih t
two or three days, none were wanted. I he
lotal rei-elpls for the neck have U u
quite liberal, showing a fair (tain over Hi"
prev ious (mi, but Just aboUl on a p '
with a year ago.
The week started with a vei y active d
niand and with prices at thl polm Iuku
enough to suit anyone. When i.-ims In -San
to come in Irtlin Chicago It as found
that the same sheep had sold there for i
good deal less inonrv than thev bituigltt ul
this point. 'Mils niitur.iilv had a weaken
ing eflect on in niHiKit. as buyers
disponed to lower lhir liidn so as l-t b.
aell within lin. At the Sii ne tlni.- Chicago
Irii breekihg badlv. which mini" It .!
the worse heie. As a result Uic in.irket
here lot- the week on wethers is fully 26i
5oc lower, and on one brand of sheep their
whs a decline of t c. The nuirki t nuturaily
slowed up and the week closed slow and
As showing the condition or tli market
at Chicago, the Provrrs' Joiiin.il iiotd
the bulk of the trading there on Thuin1a
as 64 41411 lower for the week oil ewes and
wethers, with the movement the ilullt l ol
the season. The same day the L'rovers
Journal quoted lambs at Chicago ns it'V
I.'ic lower than the previous Tuesday.
After all the decline that has taken place
the market still is hiRh as compared with
previous years. One thing eheep men
!iould trv to avoid, especially at this time,
is the Al-.Ipment of stock that is not Inoi
oiiKlily well finished for market. It is sti.l
too rsrlv 10 enecf verv much of a letvl'-.
demand and the packer tl" not want thin
or lialf fat sheep, hence anythliiK of that
description shipped at the present time '
bound to b more or less neglected.
Qimtstlons: Oood to choice spring lambs.
11.77,17.50: fslr to good spring lanibs; r:;2rti
1 76; good to choice yearlings. 85.7M-ln;
filr to good yearlings. 85.5ivii5.75: good
to choice silli'M. $1 .",t;a TO; f'r to g'-o'l
loeihers. 14 5" 4 1 ,.; B-anl to iii'H '4 raes.
.l.;.Vji II1; lair to so, d es, l..a,"M i.
4 lilt At. II I II K l'l4 K MtHKt'.T
(nttle, Sheep and l.amk Itradj
(llll'AOiV .lull 21 -CATTLE- Receipts,
5' head: niHtket steady: lxeves. 34 .'"il 4".
cons uml l.cifcrs, J I ... i 3 ,4 . stockers ami
feeder". I.' W'li 4 -: mlves. v;'.n,vii. 16.
Minis - Ri-iipts. li'.KI' head cstlhia'ed
Voiiilav, 3l.'t bend The market wa
inner; mis.' d and butchers, to good
hcavv. 3h 4nti roiisrh neavv, pi4n :
light." $ l.Vii4.V; pigs, j.iAii.ii; bulk of
sh i s $ 1 1 ! 76
SIIKKP ANH LAM MS - Receipts, S.0H0
hHd; inaikrl ets-ady; sheep. 1'li6. ,6;
eiu lings, to um-;.:'; iambs. 34 ..viil.iS.
Kansas t Itr l lr Stwrk Markel.
KANSAS CITY. July 21.-CATTLK-R-c.
Ipts. till head. Including 50 svniiheins.
Market unchanged: choice sport and
dressed berf steers, IK. 5014',. 26; fr to good,
34iHi6 40; western fed steers, 871 TVdS !;
stockers and feeders. 3-' o"W 4 '0; southern
sieers. $2 7.Vu." . southern rows, 3-" If 3 80:
native cow s. 32 iti 4.4; native heifers, 83 36
H5.V0; bulls. 32 4"a4on, cilvvS, 3.:-i1.26. Re
ceipts for I lie week. 43.300. ....
IIIH19 Receipts. 5.',0i head. Market r.
lower; top. h;:H: bulk of ales. 8 Sinf
R67H; lieavv, p; 51. -if S11; packers. 3.6ci aO;
pigs and light. 35 8i"ti 6:v. Recelpta for the
week 45.4'l bead.
SIIKKP ANl LAMBS - Receipts, none.
No market. Recelpta for the week, 26.
Sinus City Live fork Market.
SIOCX CITT. la.. July 21 -(Special Tele.
gram ) CATTLE - Receipts. im head; mar
1 kei aimriv: beeves. 34 iV1fh"R.76 : cows, bull
an1 mixed. 32 5b4.78: stockers and feeders,
c kki t on; calves and yearlings. 8,1003.88.
IK n;a Receipts 4.""n head; market
sfadv. selllnB at 383.'i4..'0; hulk of sales,
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