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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, JUT A" 27, lDOfl.
am and produce market
Trad Lieht and PrKdinn on the Tcard
JULY WHEAT KAK-ES SLIGHT GAIN
Mpltmktr Wheat Fall, off Foarth of
Cent Receipts Art Urc aad
July 24, 1&0S.
was au ligut
Tne train markets weie
and uninteresting. Trade
insw. uie wneat marKet remained fauiy
strong after starling out a traction it
Hi ... da beiur. Tnrouhnuui in
rnornlng the range of prices was nmite.i.
1 tiers was some uctlvlty in juiy wheal and
the prices closed a trute bett.-r than -
""'Pmher wheat managed to I nil
err c by the time the gong rang. lie
celpts were large and north weoiern v.eauiT
reported favorable. Cables were from t,c
to c lower.
Corn was weak from the start. Shuns
havo covered freely ounng tne last few
days, and this support was mlesing. Rain
was reported all over the corn beit. He
ceipts were small and cash demand fair,
eejrteinber cloaca iy below yesterday.
The primary receipts of wneat were
I.ISS.OUO bushels, against Ws.iYQ bushels last
yesr, with shipments of iwi.tmi buaneis,
against 6.12.00U bushels a year ago. On
corn, 4T.nn bushels, against iMMn) busn
eis, and i shipments of 223.i0 bushels op
posed to 68,tlO bushels last year. Clear
ances were: Wheat, ttb.Ouu bushels; lluur,
X.IXO barrels; corn, 211,00 bushel, and cats,
Local range of options:
On track: No. 1 northern 7v-; No north-IiIl;K':r:-.f",JrV
B'rernher. 77c. De-
tJATs To arrive, on trark and July. 33Vc.
,W YORK. C.F1F.RAL MARKET
Articles Opan.j High Low. Close. Yesy.
Wheat I I
July... 68 t 8SS 6Sti 8-'-
Bept... OVaB t'Jti 6 64,ii oU-
July... 48 48 47B 48 48
Bept... - 46 4 4 46 4Vtn
ftept... SOB JOB SOB SOB 3U
' Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 69fi71c; No. 3 hard,
67Jit;9c; spring, 70c.
CORN-No. 8, 4S7J48Mic;, No. I yellow,
48Vc: No. t white, 49c.
OAT No. a mixed. 83c; No. I white, 33Vc;
No. 4 white, Sic.
KYE-No. 2, aic; No. 3. 52c.
Omaba Cash tales.
WHEAT No. 3 hard. 1 car at Wise 1
car at TOVic. 1 car at 71c, 1 car at 70c.
COU.N No. yellow, 1 car at 4Sc; No. 1,
1 car at 4c; No. I, 1 car at 4S,c; No. 1
yellow, 1 car at 4VaC.
. Carlot Receipts.
' Wheat. Corn
Chicago1 662 . 108
Kansas City 313 1
Omaha 81 62
Bt. Lou la 623 118
Minneapolis lu? "... ...
CHICAGO ORAl.t KD PROVISIONS
Peat bras of the Trading: and t losln
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 16. Liberal recelpU had
a weakening effect today on the local
wheat market, but talk of a heavier de
mand by exports caused a steady tone at
the' close, final quotations on the Septem
ber delivery being practically - unchanged.
September corn was oft c. Oats were
down So. Provisions were a shade to
lUn lower. .
The wheat market exhibited considerable
weakntais during the first part of the ses
sion oa selling by cash houses and local
longs, who were Induced to part with their
hol.llnss because of continued heavy re
ceipts of wheat at Chicago. A moderate
decline in the price of wheat at Liverpool
helped to encourage additional selling on
the local market. Another reason that
waa aiven for the selling pressure was a
fear of still larger receipts here aa a result
of a cut in freight rates on grain between
Kansaa City and Chicago. The market con
tlnued weak until the last hour, when i
fair rally occurred following talk of con
siderable export business done at New
York. Reports of rust in the wheat fields
of North Dakota had some effect in cre
ating the firmer feeling. Practically all of
the early loss was regained and the market
closed steady. September opened Vk&c
' lervsrreas use ta sola on to .700
and then advanced to 76eaiti4c. Final
quotations were at 76S4S6Sc. Clearances
of Wheat and flour were equal to 242,700 bu.
Primary receipts were Llwi.OOO bu.. com
pared with 02.0u0 bu. the corresponding
day one year ago. Minneapolis. Duluth and
Chicago reported receipt of cars,
against 550 cars last week and 434 cars s
Partial relief from drouth conditions In
the corn belt caused weakness In the corn
market, sentiment in the pit being bearish
all day. Prominent bulls were moderate
sellers and pit traders also sold quite
freely. Large primary receipts which
caused a break In the price of corn had
a weakening influence on options. The
market closed weak with prices at the
lowest point. September opened Vo to c
lower at 61c to 6iyjC, sold off to 60"c
and closed at GOV.. Loral receipts were
l'K cars, with fifty-four of contract grade.
Reports of more liberal acceptances
reused weakness In the oats market. The
slump In the price of cotton was also a
bearish factor. A heavy tone prevailed
throughout the entire seaslon and prices at
the close were almost at the lowest point.
September opened unchanged to c lower
at S3o to Sic, sold off to Sic and closed
at &3o. Local receipts were 60 cars.
The feature of trading in provisions waa
a sharp break In the price of September
pork. The decline occurred on initial trans
actions and waa due to profit taking by
local holders. Later part of the loss was
recovered. The weakness of grain had a
depressing effect on the market. At the
Clone September pork was off 12Wc at 117.10.
Lard was down 2Hc at fi.90. Ribs were
a shade lower at tiM7Vi.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
3.12 cars; corn, 116 cars; oats, 84 cars; hogs,
a, 000 head.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
of the Hit o
i-S'WLT"RK- Ju,'r K -FLOl-R-nerelpts.
It. h bb,-; '"Ports. 11 hbls. ; market
St i w ,n moderate trsde; inter patents.
.0''q4 winter strslshts. U 7wu3 : win-J:-
extras. winter low grades.
. i; Minnesota patents. 34 .VJ4 " ;
Minnesota Lakers. U4M?3N. Rve flour, dull;
L sUVce0011' w-"'&,-W: rho''-- fancy-
COHNMRAISteady; fine whits and
-ellow Il.2oftl.26; coarse. 31.101.12; kiln
RYK tnill; No. 2 western, 67Hc, nominal,
f p. h . New York.
, "HEAT Receipts. B3.7' bu.; sales.
J a.') bu. futures snd S.OnO bu. spot. Spot
market, easy; No. 2 red. 2vc. elevator,
and Uc, f. o b. afloat; No. 1 northern,
I''iluth. 7r. f o h flnf Vn hurrt
Winter, MV. f. o. h aflost The wheat
market opened weaker on account of poor
rallies, good weather, the bearish Price
urrent report and big receipts. loiter it
was Irregulsr. rallying near the close on
export rumors, covering and good com
mission house support. Final prices were
c lower to ic higher. May. H7V(JriiC.
closed at r; Julv, M3vc. closed at Klc;
September, Mfci,c. closed st Mc; Decem
ber 05 7-lftsf,',,c, cloed st fc.
CORN Receipts, U.'M) bu.; Bales. 24.000
bu. spot. The spot market was easy; No.
2. B7Vc, elevator, and ftS'o. f. o. b. afloat;
No. 2 yellow. ur; No. 2 white. fi0 The
option market was quiet and weaker, ow
ing to showers In th eastern belt, closing
V7o lower. July closed at 67o; Septem
ber closed Ht 67Sr; rerember clftsed at Mo.
OATS Receipts. 107.fiO bu.; exports, 2.n0
bu. Spot msrket, steadv; mixed oats, 26 to
V lbs , 3V; natural white. 30 to 33 lbs.,
'tr4:c; clipped white. 38 to 40 lbs, UtS
HAY Steady; shipping, S5Q6&C; good
to choice. &c3100.
HOPS Jii(et; state, common to choice,
1W6 crop, Hn7c: 4 Crop, nominal; oMs,
nominal; Pacific coast, 1905 crop. 1017c;
1304 crop, c; olds, nominal.
HIPES-Sleady; Galveston. 20 to 25 lbs.,
3c; California. ?1 to 25 lbs., 21c; Texas dry,
24 to 3't lbs.. 19c.
LEATH ER yulet ; acid, I6g 27HC.
PKOVIPIONP-Beef. stesrly: family. 310.IV
wiO.Of.; niess. U 0v&.: beof hums. 1210VI
r 50; racket. ft.GfoS.oO: cltr extrs India
iness. Iir.lt.fil OO. Cm tnents riul.f nick.
led hell'es. llf"-1(itr -vied -
tS.lSe.TS; pickled hlma. 312.25312.75.
1'Hru, eaSV: Western ririm. 1?. mi riinti
inal; refined. steady-: South America.
iJ.OO; compound. 3 i'.SoQ 7.87 Vi : continent.
3!.40. Pork, firm: famllv. 119R0-. short
clear, 317.00 19.00; mess, 31. BO 20.00.
iaccuw steady; city (12 per pkg ),
16-16c; country (pkgs. free!,
R1CB Quiet: domestic, extra fair .11ft
6c; Japan, nominal.
POL LTRT Live, oulet: western snrln
chickens. 17; fowls, 13Wc; turkeys, 10c;
dressed. Irregular; western spring chick
ens, 1822c; turkeys, 114fl3c; fowls, 11
BUTTER Irregular ; street price, extra
creamery, 20WoJlc. Offlclnl prices: Cream
ery, common to extra. l;V3?0Uc; renovated.
common to extra, wani'Vic; western fac
tory, common to flists. Wguc; western
Imitation creamery, extras, 18Hc; western
CHEESE Strong; new, state, full cream,
large, i.incy. Vc; fair to good. lOHtfUc;
mull, fancy, llc; fair to good. 10VW10c;
EGOS -Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 24fi2.ic: choice.
224)23c; mixed extra. l?S2c; western firsts.
17 18c; seconds, 10gl6tta; southern, 16VMlc.
NEW 0RE STOCKS AND BONDS
Eealiin Sale in Welneiday'a TaToritea
Caosai Upward UoTemeat to Halt
SHARP ADVANCE LVTE IN SESSION
Fa II a re of St. Paal nirectore to Ael
oa Flaaaclaa Plaa Takea to
Nets Merger with laloa
St. I.onls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 26. WHEAT Lower;
Flo. Z red. casn elevator, 74c; track, 74 0
74 c; September, 74c; December, 77 1
J7Uc bid; No. 2 hard. 78 6 75VsC.
CORN Lower; No. 2 cash, 61c: track.
∾ September, 47,c; ueoember, 46c-
OAT8 Lower; No. t cash, 3c; tratlt
3K He; new, 37c; old, September, '33ftc
December. 84 He; No. 2 white. 39c. old.
FLOl'R Steady; red winter patents, 34.36
4H 50: extra fancy and straight, 33.754.30;
SEED Timothy, steady, 33.60ff4.00.
CORNMEAL Steady, 32.BO.
BRAN Dull; sacked, east track. 7475c.
HAY Steady; timothy, 312.00G48.5O; pral
rle, IS.OOfi 12.00.
IRON COTTON TIES 31.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISION 8-Pork. lower; Jobbing.
f iti.85. Lard, lower; prime steam, 3.r2'.
iry salt meats, steady; boxed, extra shorts.
ev.ou: clear ribs, a.,o; snort clears. 9.87H.
Bacon, steady; boxed, extra shorts, 310.26;
ciear nos, siu.oo; snort clear.' iio.oivt.
, POUi.iaY Quiet; chickens. i lOci
springs, "lie; turkeys,' 12 He; ducks, BVfc-;
BUTTER Steady; creamery, II 21c;
dairy, mh jsc
EGGS Steady, 13c,
NEW YORK. July 2. -Speculative senti
ment showed itself sensitive siill to the in
fluence ot the Harrlman and Mandard Oil
favotltea, or what Is equally effectual, what
arc accepted aa favorites of those powerful
flnanclsi forces. Yesterday the general
market advanced because southern Paclttc,
I nion Pacific snd St. Paul were strong.
hen these stocks were seen today to be
subjected to a process of market digestion
and of diligent selling on sll favorable
opportunities there was a revulsion from
tne feeling created yesterday by the sg-
gresslve buying of these stocks, ins sus
picion was aroused that the so-called news
regarding these stocks was a result of the
buying and not tne cause oi it. i ne u-
ers who were employed to buy tne stocss
named yesterday gave the Impression that
the Harrlman and Standard Oil interests
were buying enormous blocas of these usual
favorites, and this belief wss strongly
prevalent throughout the stock exchange
neighborhood. 1 he reports of an early div
idend declaration on Southern Pacific, with
resulting benefit to Union Pacific from Its
large holdings of the former stock, found
readv credence from the movement of the
stocks. Today many of the same persons
who accented these re no Ms were skeptical.
snd expressed the conviction that the whole
movement was skillful manipulation oy
James R Keene The faith in the St
Paul plan which was to be promulgated
as a result of the return from Europe
of William Rockefeller, and which was
lmnllcltlv sccenled yesterday, was shaken
aa-aln in lace of tne sewing on oi mm
stock, and the msrket fell into an apath
eilr condition soon after the opening to
await the meetlna of St. Paul directors and
advanced strongly on tne nonaction oi mo
The realising In yesterday's favorite was
obscured for a time by the rising tend
ency of other stocks But these were lees
effective in dominating sentiment than the
ones which were being sold. The most In.
fluentlal support was due to sympathy with
the large buying of United States bieei.
Trade roports from this Industry were
highly encouraging, but this was not tne
pew factor In the market. More Impor
tance waa attached to the news that the
steamship Baltic had been sighted, having
on board J. P. Morgan, and was expected
to dock during the afternoon. The ef
fectiveness of the movement In United
States Steel was marred by the backward
ness of the preferred stock and by the
positive depression of the sinking fund
bonds. The personal element thus is seen
to have played a large psrt In the day's
market. Foreign Influences continued In
favor of higher prices. There was a con
spicuous rally In Russians on the presump
tion that a further smouldering without
an Immediate conflagration might be looked
for In Russian affairs. The Bank of Eng
land reported some deterioration of condi
tion, and there was Improvement shown
bv the Bank of France and the Imperial
Hank of Germany. Foreign exchange con
tlnued to decline here and approached to
gold import point again. The small amount
of the bids and the low prices for the
New York city bonds offered yesterday
were the subject of wide discussion, with
unfavorable effect on the eplnlon of the in
vestment situation. The effect was mani
fest In bonds more than In stocks.
The new upward start in prices came
after the announcement of nonaction by
the St. Paul directors on the supposed
financial plan. This apparently singular ac
tion was based upon a speculative assump
tion that the delay in the St. Paul financ
ing heralded an abandonment of the pro
posed Pacific coast extension and a com
bination with Union Pacific. The marl-ct
closed strong and active all around on this
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par
value, 31,341.000. United States new 4s ad
vanced per cent on call.
The following are tne quctar.ons on the
Bales. HIIB. Ix. Clost.
following charges: Total reserve, de
creased. jEIS;,"'; circulation. Increased.
4,t"io, bullion, decreased. 142,2).. other
securities. Increased. i..i!Mx; other depos.
Its, Increased. 77. on); ptihile deposits. In
creied. !". on; notes reserve, decreased.
tm.oon; government securities, tint hanged.
The proportion of the bank s reserve to
lle.Mllty.thl week Is 4R.12, as compared with
49.17 per cnt last week.
er York Moaey Market.
NEW YORK, July 26. MONEY On call.
easy at fcUJH per cent; ruling rate. 1 per
cent; closing bids and onerea, jr per
cent. Time loans, dull and easy for short
dates; sixty dsys. ittSx per cent, ninety
days, 4'o-' per cent; six months, 6S per
PRIME MERCANT1L.K PAPEK 4i1cM
STEKL.lFMt r-jAl liA.ur, vrws, cniBuig
firmer, st 84 84if4 M90 for demsnd and at
14 KiautjH.Kl1 for sixty-day bills, posted
rates. 4 rcwM.tot; commercial tuns.
4 m '6 4 hi .
Bll.rr ttar. thtc. mexican UMimm, i'
BONDS Government, firm; railroad,
Cjtiotatlons on Hew terk bonds today
were as follows:
V. s. rf. :. r(.
v. a. ri
I! 8. old . ri .
V. new 4. teg.
Am. Tot.scco 4ft....
AtfhUoa (so. 4s..
do adj. .
Atlantic C. L 4s..
Bl. a Ohio 4....
Rrk. R. T. e. 4ft . .
Central of Oft. ta
do Ut Inc
do td Inr
do M n
ChM. A Ohio 4H.
Clllcftto A A. IVfti.
C . B Q. B. ta
c. R. i. r. 4a.
4 cel. la
C C. a St. L.'g. 4
Colo. In4 5a, aer.
do ftentft B
Colorado Mid. 4ft.
Colo. A So. 4ft...
D A R. O. 4..:.
nifttlUftra' Sec. la
Erlft p. I. 4ft
do te. 4ft
Hocking Vsl. if
Uap-ftn , Id
do ctfa ..
An 4Vfct rlfs.
do Id ftrl.
L A N. unl
. . 1('S
.103 Man. c. I 4ft
..in Ml antral 4ft...
,U0 I do 1M Inr
.. 7H'Mlnn A Pt I,. 4.... M
M . K A T. 4ft 1W
I do la "
.. 4 N. R. R. ef m e. 4. 14
..100 ,N. T. C. f. H
..lMVN. J C ,2S
.. H No. Pacific 4- lot,
. . M4 I do
..UHa- N. A W. c. 4 IS
.. M I O. I. L rfd 4a 4i
.. M Penn. conr. IW "
.. 17 Kftftdlns gen 4ft
..107V 8t. L. A I M c 6ft .114
.. 7tt St. L. A 8 P. t 4ft lltt
.. TV Bt. L. 8. W. c. 4ft
.. TsS fVaboftrd A. L. 4ft.... M
.. t 8o Pftclc 4ft tl
. .10 i do lftt 4ft ctfft HI
t. 7H o. Rftllwftr Sft II1
.. 7 Tmii A P. 1ft ""t
... iJVt'T.. 6t. L. A W. 4... HVi
... ftsst'nlon Pacific 4 los
...lrji.t . 8. Stael id ta H
... ttltWabftih la Hli
... 6'4 do deb. B
...liXHa Weatara Md 4ft
. .. ft0s,W. A L. B. 4a '
...1G61 Wit. Central 4a.
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, July 26 Call loans. SV36
cent; time loans, 564 per cent,
closing on stocks and bonds:
Atrhlaon adj. 4a...
Mri. Cftntral 4a.
Boalon A Albany.
Boa ton A Malna.
Eoaton Elerfttad ..
Kitchburt pfd ...
N. y., N. H. A
. . M Adventure
. . 74 Amalffttnated ...
.. 1 Atlantic
..144 It al A Heels....
(ouper Ranga ..
u Pair 'Mi
. ... MVGmnby
H..IIIS ! Rnytle
kl Mala. Mining ...
t'nloa Pacinc 1434k Michigan
Ainrr. Args. Cham.... t4Vt "Mohawk
do pfd II jMont. V. A C...
Amir Pneu. Tuba.... 14V "on Dominion
Amer. Sugar lM'tlOaraola
do pfd 134 I Parrot
Amir. T. A T lHVUulncr
Amer. Woolen stu&rtannon
do pfd MK Tamarack
Edlaon Klec. Illu.. .IJl to Trlnltjr
Maaa. Eloctiic list Coiletl Copper ..
Mftftft. Gftft iSla'L'. 8. Mining....
United Fruit 10 II' 8. Oil
lulled 8hos Mach.... aO It th
do pfd -4 Victoria
U. g. Steal iftsa ewinona
do pfd 106 Wolverine
Wasting, common. ... 74 .Nona Butt ....
. . -9
Articles. Open. Hlgh. Lw. Close. Yes y
Wheat I P I
July... 7B-4I TOH 75 TSHJJSI 76H
Sept... 7Va HJSV3 WM,i76S 7H
Dec... 7S1J'a!79t4itH 1S TSVkl 79
July... BIS US M'J 60',,&HWrlS
Bept. . . 61HW1 61S BO',1 &01! b)
' May.., 4j41H 4Vt 4, 4J 49VfH
JMly.., SS i 35 34V, 34HJ SfH
Sept... aSSjA, 331 S3 33 -
Dec.... 34 34SI 34 34 3I
May...'3t'.HS'7l toHl 8oH 36
Bert... 17 00 17 3D It t7Vs 17 10 17 21
Sept... 8 30 8 92H 87 3 90 8 9H
Oct.... 197V, 7W 8 in 8 97H t 0
Nov.... I 92 W 8 91 8 90 8 9H 8 95
July... 10 9 10 10 9 10 15
Sept... 9 174 9 20 9 IS I 9 171 9 20
Oct.... 8 96 8 00 IK i 8 97. 9 Oe
Minneapolis firsts Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 28.-FLOrR-First
patents, 34. 20; second patents, i.06(i4r;
first clears, 3a.Xtl3.46; second clears, $Z.oOtf
BRAN In bulk. 313 3S13.75.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, as reported by F. 1. Day
dt Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:.
Articles. Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y
May... ai 'in
1 11 I
1 13 I
1 12 I
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No.
1 hard. 7lc; No. 1 northern, 77c; to ar
rive, 77c; No. 2 northern, 7o; to ar
rive. 76c; No. 3. 744J75c; No. 1 durum.
68 e; No. 2 durum, 66c. Corn: No. 3
yellow, 47 c; No. 8, 46 c. Oats: No 3
white. 32c; No. 3, 30 Sic. Barley: 3b it
44c. Rye: 61i6Sc. Flax: 31.09.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOra Steady; winter patents. 33.60
3 SO; straights. 33 303 110; spring patents.
33 74U; straights, $3.4&u3.7a; bakers, 31 j0
WHEAT No. 2. 76C73c; No. 3. 7476c;
No. 3 red. 7tl77c.
. CORN-No. 3, No. 1 yellow, 62(ffS:'4e.
OATS-No. 2, 34c; No. 2 white, 3o3(ic;
No. 3. 34a37c.
RYE-No. 3. 6e(667C.
BARLEY 3ood lJing, SOtJOSc; fair to
choice malting. 43'aiOc.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. 3106; No. 1 north-
western. 31.09. Prime timothy, 33.85. Clover,
contract grade, 311 75.
PROVISIONS Short ribs sides (loose!,
tt.(t.l0. Mesa pork, per bbl., 31. 60. Lard,
per 100 lbs.. 33 8!. Short clear sides
(boxed), $9 49.73.
Following wre the receipts and shlp
' ments of flour and grain: .
. . Recetrita. Shipments
Flour, bbla 22.300 11. V
Wheat, bu 894.700 21 0t
Corn, bu 1514M 1S03
Oats, bu 117,irt m.M
Rye, bu.. 1A
Barley, bu t
On the Produce exchange today the but.
ter market was firm; creameries, Uf30c:
dairies, 16&t7c. Eggs, steady; at mark,
cases included. 12djl6c; firsts, 13c: prime
firsts, ltic; extras. Uc. Cheese, firm; 111J
Kaaifti f'ltr 4; rain nad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. July K. WHEAT-July,
6c; September. Wc; IJecemher, 717c; cash.
No. 2 hard. 7ia7:c; No. 8, 6971c; No. 4.
6i70c; No. 3 red, 72i'72c; No. 3. 70J71!c;
No. 4. 6Dc.
CORN July. 48c; September. 47r; De
cember, 4Hc; cash, No. 2 mixed. 4iyfi4ic;
No. 3, B0'n'50e; No. 2 white. Mc; No. 3,
OATS No. 3 while. 30S37c; No. t mixed.
HAY Steady: choice timothy, 310.50;
choice prslrle, $9 60.
BI'TTKH- Creamery. 19c: parking. 14c.
KOttS Firm: Missouri snd Kansas, new
No. 2 whltewood cases Included. 17c; case
count. liiVtc; cases returned. c less.
Wheat, bu 16 000 lin.flfln
Corn, bu S0.WK) JO.tYn)
Oata, bu s.OOO 4.000
Xilvrankee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. July 2H. VH FAT Mar
ket steady; No. 1 northern, 82nV3c; No. 3
northern. a'fSc; September. 76c bid.
KY E Dull: No. 1. ;&i;2c.
BARLEY Dull: No. 2. 56j56c; sample.
CORN-I.ower: No. 3 cash. 6161e; Sep
tember, 6('c bid.
Feorln Grata Market.
PEORIA. July 23. CORN Higher; No.
3 yellow. 62e; No. 3. 62c; No. 4. slc,
CATS Firm: No. I white, new, 34 v
34c; No. 3 white, new, S3c: old. SSc;
No. 4 white, new, 32 r, old, 33u.
WHISKY On the basis of $129 for
Liverpool Grata and Provlsloas.
L1VERFOOU Ju!y M-WHEAT-8pot.
nominal; futures, dull: July. s7d; Sep
ten'her. 6sid; December, 6s 7d.
CORN Spot, quiet: American mixed, old.
4s 9Vd. Futures, quiet; September. 4s id.
December, 4a 74.
PHILADELPHIA, July 3.-RUTTER-Flrm;
extra western creamery, 21c.
fcOGS Unchanged; western, fresh. 19c at
CHEESE Firm; New Tor lull creams,
Teleee feed Market.
TOLEDO. July M SEEDS Clover, cash.
34 st; October, 34 95; December, 34 97. Tim
othy, 32 00. Alsike. 36 90.
tralatk Grata Market.
nn.rrH. juir k-wheat-to "rS,r1
No. i BcrUfcsra. )3s; No. I northern. tc
Amal. Copper, ei-dlv
American C. A P
American C. A T. pfd
Amerlraa Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. A L. pfd......
Ainarlnas left, aactirltiea. . ..
American inaeed Oil
Am. Linseed Oil pfd
Am. Locomotive pfd
Amerlrfts 8. A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd
1 American Sugar Reaming..
Am. Tobacco pfd ctfa
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coant Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Kapld Tranalt....
Cantral of New Jftrsay
Cheaftpeakft A Ohio
Chtrago Great Weatern
Chicago A Northweatem....
Chicago. Mil. A Bt. P
Chicago T A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C. C. C. A Bt. L
Colorado Fuel A Iron
Colorado A Southorn
Colo. A So. 1st pfd
Colo. A Bo. id pfd
Corn Products, rfg
Corn Products pfd. rfg
Pelftware A Hudson
rielawarft, L. A W
Denver A Rio Orand
Denver A R G. pfd
Erlft 1st pfd
Erla M pfd
Int. Pftper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
Iowa Cantral pfd
Kanaaft City Southern
Kansas City 80. pfd
Louisville A Nashville
Minneapolis A St. Loula...
M , St. P. A f 8. M
M . St. P A 8. 8. M. pfd..
Mlftftourl. K A T ,
M , K. A T. pfd
National R. R. ot M. pfd..
Nw York Contral
Naw York. O. A W
Norfoflt A Western,
Norfolk A W. pfd
P . c. c. A St. L
Pressed Steel Csr
Pressed S c. pfd
; Puilmsn Pftlftcft Car
I Heading lat pfd. offared
' Reading Id pfd. offared...
I Republic ileal
I hepublie Steal pfd
Rock Island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
! Bt. LAS P. 2d pfd
)St. Louia Southwestern. ...
i 8t L 8. W. pfd
I Southern Pacific
! So Parlfie pld
j Southern Railway
So. Hallway pfu
Teuneistft Coal A Irog....
Teaaa A Pacific
Tol.do. St L. A W
T . St. L. A W. pfd
I nion Pacific pfd
tulted Ststes Eipraaa
I sited Siatea Rsalty
lulled Suua Rubber
I S. Rubber pfd
t'nltsd Stataa Btasl
I 8 Steal pfd
Va. -Carolina Chemical
Va. Carolina Cham. pfd...
Wastlnghouae gltcirla ....
Wbaallng A Lake Erie ...
Wis Central pfd
gloss Sheffield Steal
Great Northern pfd
Intervorough Met. pfd
Tot I sales for tha day,
1.700 1151, 1114
London Closing; tocka.
LONDON, July 20. Closing quotations on
tht Stock exchange were:
Csnftdlan Pacific ...
Chea. A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
C, M. A St. P:...
Denver A R. a....
do 1st pfd
do Id prd
Illinois Cantral ...
Loalftvills A NftsK.
M.. K. A T
N. Y. Central
41 7-11 Norfolk A W.
17 7-l do pfd
... II Ontario A W.
.. trt Pennsylvania
10314 Hand Mines .
Luton Pacific ..
U. 8. Steel
panlah 4ft .. ..
1 1-1M per ounce.
MONEY 2V&2V ner -cent
The rate of discount In the open market
tor short bills la 3 per cent, for three
month' -bills, J6 3 pen cent.
Bank "of Franc Statement
PARIB, July 2T. The weekly statement of
the Bank of France, shows the following
changes: Notes In circulation, decreased
79.925.o0o francs; . treasury deposit?, d
creased. 70,550,000 francs; general deposits,
decreased. 19.2ofi,0on trancs; gold in hand
increased. 1. 350.0OO francs: silver In hand, de
creased. 1.2S0.0U0 francs: bills discounted
deci eased. 40.fi00.000 francs; advances, de
creased, 4.500.00 francs.
Bank of Crrmany atntement.
BERLIN. July The weekly statement
of the Imperial IJnnk of Germany shows
the following changes: Caxh in hand. In
creased. 48..'0O marks: treasury notes. In
creased. l.SM.O'iO marks; other securities
decreased. 66.220.000 marks; notes in clr
culation, decreased. 69.0u0 marks.
WASHINGTON. July 36-Todsy s state
ment of tho treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 316.ouO.ono gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance
3172.33o,979; gold coin and bullion, 3100,442,136
Bank f lenrlngs.
OMAHA, July 2.-Bnk clesrings for to
day were 31.434 3&3.06 And for tne coi
spondlng date last year 31.406,411.54.
BOSTON, July 23. WOOL There Is an
Improved tone In evidence In the wool
market. Although the woolen mills are
not aa yet large buyers, they are showing
much more Interest than for some months.
Most of the trade lor the last week hng
been from worsted manufacturers. Medium
territories have had the call. Foreign
trades are steady. Leading quotations fol
ow: Ohio and Pennsylvania. XX and
above, J 41ft 35c; X, 33c; No. 1. 41f42c: No. 2,
t43:; No. 1 unwashed, S&fitfc; quarter
blood, unwashed, R3ft34c; three-quarters-blood.
34'&35c: half-b'.ood. 33.rt34o; unwashed
Delaine, 20tfj30c: fine washed Delaine, 37f
38c. Michigan, fine unwahed. 2i2Fc: quar-ter-blood.
unwashed. 3!flS3c: three-quartr-hlood.
32S34c: unwashed Delslne, 27r;2e.
1 Kentucky. Indiana etc., three-quarter.
blo'vj and quarter-blood, 34r86c. Territory
and Idaho, fine. HGUe; heavy flne.'19fl20c;
medium. 23'524c- low medium. WhTtC. Wyo
ming, fine. 22fr23c; fine medl'tm, 22ff?3c:
If 1 medium. 27'f?2Sc; low medium. 272Se. Vtnh
V and Nevada, fine, 23vi-?5c; heavy fine Wf
J!. 20c; fine medium. 23f2-K': medium, 27'ff'Ne:
V low medium. 27?c. Dakota, fine. 22023c:
fine medium. 221i2Jc: medium. 27f?2c; low
medium. 27tfi28c. Montana, fine choice. I57t
2Rc; flne average. 23'924c: fine medium
choice. 25fi2c; averare 2?J4c; staple, Ti'rf
2Rc- medium choice yTirftr.
HT. IM T8. July 2R -WOOIv-fiteady ; me
dium grades, comhlng snd clothing, 3fT
23c; light fine. 1W21C; heavy fine. 14-ffl7c;
tub washed, J134c.
OMAHA LITE SiOCl MARKET
Cttl Tndg Very glow ud Dull And
Lower on All Kinds.
HOGS SHOWING A SLIGHT DECLINE
Fat Sheep and La ns ha Very Mow aad
Lftwsr, While Feeders Oem
aaael Steads' Prtrea
aa a Rale.
SOUTH OMAHA, July , lo.
Omclal Monday ,.
Omclal Tuesday ...
Official Thursday ..
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Four dsys this week.. 14. M
21 heifers... S I JO 3 heifers... J t 30
1 heifer.... (VA 3 J
F. Welch Neb.
It feeders.. XM 2 o 31 feeder. . T70 3 0
, . 1 l,A 1
1 crnrr . . . i"n A in
"". Stahley Neb.
1 calf 5o 450 t bttll 1W0 1 art
1 feeder... 3?o 3 00 1 feeder... 7 3
t feeders.. 4.H 1(11
HOOP Hogs were tinevenly lower thla
mcrnlng and the trade not particularly ac
tive. Yesternav light hogs felt the most
decline, whereas today It was the neary
and rough loads that suffered the worst
On such losds as buyers especially wanted
and on which there was good competition
the decline did not amount to very much,
whereas on the less desirable kinds It s
more pronounced The general market
might he described as about s4c lower
then yesterdsv. The most of the hogs
sold at right around 3 f. the proportion
of loads below that price being larger
than yesterdar. with not so many above.
Same days last week. ..12.616
itame two weeks ago. ...13.872
Same three weeks sgo.. 8. M0
Same four weeks ago...l3.6
Same days last year. ...14.186
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO
The following tehle shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and aheep at South Omaba for
the year to dale, compared with last yesr;
lisa. i- "'
Cattle 62H.821 4S5.736 44.Ce
Hogs 1.614.W2 1.4D1.1SO ia.'
Sheep 6-,S(l 8i.438 34.180
The following will show tha prices paid
for the different kinds of cattle on the
South Omaha market:
Uood to choice corn-fed steers 36.40(3 10
r'alr to good corn-fed steers 4..a-40
Common to fair corn-fed steers... 4.5"u4.0
Uood to choice cows and heifers... 3ou4 )
rslr to good cows and heifers.... 8.0033 eo
Common to fair cows and helrs.. 1. iu3 00
Uood to c Holes stockers A feeders. 3fi64 10
Fair to good stockers and feeders. 2.2MJJ
Common to fnlr stockers 1.0tjl.3
nulls, stags, etc , '
Veal calves 3.74jo.i&
'Ihe following table shuws tha average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1W6. 180a.l04.1803.1902.1901.1900.
16... I I ( 64 i 1 I 171 7 7 6 77
It.... 6 4lH li 6 33 7 7 2 6 66 6 03
17... ( 60S 1 6 643) 6 20 T 71 6 6 4 W
la... I g.bJ, 6 en 6 21 6 1U 7 74, 6 6S, 4 37
1 .. 61 6 W 6 1( I 7 Mi 6 W 4 Vi
30... I 47WI i 6JI b 01 R 22) ! 5 ! 4 M
21... ti 4-,V,l 6 61 6 10! 2-1 o2l I "I
23... 6 48 6 076301 7 Wi 6 8716 01
... t 625,1 . I 4 94 ft j96l4 8J
...ti6B I 6 4" 1 I 6 18 7 41i 6 'i0 a 16
36... I ( o-Hl 6 66 6 Oli 6 061 7 63 1 6 74 6 06
W... 6 60 6 11 7 6 6 6S 6 02
ro. v. Stt rr 7o. A. Sk. r.
tl Ill M IB 41 t' ... 4 4
44 Ill ... 44 Ia 40 4 4
T 170 10 40 M Ml . It
40 M 4 4" 14 til lfttl f
S 11 M 4 41 Tft tit ... (HI
74 HI IV) 4IS ti Jtt ... 10
4. 17 40 4 44 11 1:4 ... IM
41 144 n 4 44 74 ! It IK
71 171 lr 4 4 70 114 ... IM
ft 144 M III tl 110 It 4 40
70 in ion 4 U TI 117 SO w
tl m K III 71 IM IK IM
7 IM ... 4 44 41 IM 40 4 M
(1 Ill Kl 4 41 Tft 147 40 M
M Tft SO 4 44 Tft HI 1ft. 4 to
Ht 140 4 47 IK ISO 4 In
4 Ill ... 41 t 141 U M
1 1' I 40 4 47V, TO 144 M 4
1 t 40 4 47 a 117 ... IM
41 14 IK 47 V, 14 IM 40 M
I 1 SO 4 4-1 77 114 IM 4 Ifl
M XI 40 471 04 IM 4 11
U ?M ... 4 47t4j 71 1.1 ... I M
4 I.H 14 4 47V, 41 145 ... 4 11
IK 4 47 74 Ill MO 4
ft Ill t0 4 47Vi 70 114 ?00 4 41V,
14 lit 40 4 47 IK tot 104 4 its,
TO .147 IM 47V, tf Ill 4" I MV,
70 114 ... 4 4Tv 7 Ill IS 4 :v
U Ill IM 4 47 V, Tt 110 to 4 41
1)4 ... 147V, 4 ! 4 ltv
14 Ill ... 47 H Tt 114 n 4 tt
41 117 ... 47S, 74 11 140 4 ttv,
n IsO ... 47V, 71. 141) M 4 tl
to tit 40 47 V, 41 1ST 40 4 II
tM IM 4 4TV, 71 Ill ... II
141 40 47V, 41 Ill 10 "IV,
77 Ui 10 4 47V, 41 Ill ... 4 tl
t ... 47V, Tt Ill IM I ttv,
in ... IM 71 tM ... 4 41
74 04 M tl 71 140 ... 45
77 i4 ... 4 40 tt IM 40 tt
44 K7 M 4 M "4 Ml 14 IS
141 M 4 0 M 17 40 I tl
74 1?4 Mil It IM ... 4 M
ISt IK 4 M T4 Ill M 44
7 Ill 40 I 41 Ill ... 41
71 134 IM M IT tot l 111
S 144 IK 4 M 14 1"4 IM I &l
47 SJ4 IM 4 40 M 114 ... 4 S7
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha el.6Viiti.oO $il.3Vxu 6iH
Chicago l.ifbati-40 6 'itx.P0
Kansss City 2.00'ew.iU e.ty.iu
Bt. Louis 2.(.Kg4.2tl tj 4tai.li6
Bloux City J.oti-OO eiifratj W
The following shows thv nuin'uor of cars
of stockers and feeders shipped to th
country and their points of destination:
Thomas Ross, Arion, la. Mil z
Carson A P.. Elliott, la. (4
S. K. rralswater, Martland, Mo. J
V. W. Brltton. PrescotU la. U 1
O. A. Olson, Aster, la. Mil 1
laylor A U., Dysart, la H. I i
John McL'nderwood, McClelland, la.
F. Nutsman, Nehawka, Neb. Mo. P 1
T. VV. HiacKmore, Munroe, Neb. V. P.. 1
J. M. Keiley, boonevllle, la. H. I
H. C. Vannatta, Randolph, la. l 1
George Staor, Rasevllle, 111. Q 1
A. G. Jacobs, Rasevllle, 111. Q 1
L,. Hheiton, Kelierton, la. Q J
McUuenn ot W., Marengo, is. R. I.... 1
H. Lenner. Cozad, Neb. V. P 1
W. J. McUimpiey, Douglas, Neb. Mo. P.. 1
C. J. 8wetier, ACKley, la. I. C J
Farley Bros., Bancroft, Neb. M. A O.. 1
H. H. McConahugli. Concord, Kan. Q.. 1
V U .InHrl lawson. Neb. 0 1
W. H. Farley. Arcadia, la. N. W 1
1-1 w Walker. Nashville. Tenn. Wa 0. . . . 1
liirlieiio A Co.. Talladcge. Ala. Wab.... 2
w t.: Rl.'hu rdson. Hunnlbal. Mo. Wab.. 1
8. 8. Ray, Kingsville, Mo. Mo. P.. 1
Bridge a 8., Versailles, mo. mo. r ;
E. Roberts, Centervlile, Mo. Mo. P I
Bignall, Templeton, la. Mil
n MsiiMins r'leurwater. Neb. r.E.. 1
r' Taaham. Sioux City, Ia.-N. W.... 2
Rafterty, bloux City. Ia.-N. ...... 1
l.reall Bi.itK f'itV. IS N." W 1
H. Chapman, McFarland, Kan. rt. i.. j
H. Hendrlck, uirara, xvan. mo. r....
H. Scholeman, Sioux City, la. N. W.. 3
a Plumb. Canron. la. Mil
lower, selling at K33;
U 3VTJ4 46.
balk f ales.
L. D. Lenger. Pit krell. Neb.-U. P 1
J. B. Adams, Woodbine, la. N. V .... I
John McPherson. Craig. Neb. M. oV O.. 1
Thomas Crosson, Dayton. la. N. w I
The official number of cars of stock
brought In loday by each road was:
Cattle, raogn. ouccy. i ore
C, M. A St. P i 6
Missouri Pacinc 4
L'nlon pacific 16
C. & N. W at
C. c N. W., west 38
C., Bt. P., M. & O.... 16
C. 11. oi Q., east 6
C., B. & weet 37
C, K. 1. Af P., east.... 4
C., K. 1. & P.. west... 2
Illinois Central 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicates:
14.1110 117 IM
Oils a4 Reala.
NEW YORK. July .OIIA Cotton
seed, barely steady; prime crude, f. o. b.
mills. 2Cc: new crop: prime yellow. 38
8c-..iftr,i:Y.I?l..!il7JLi 'i"l??f.. Nf r.! itnar
1 ora, a l ev. riiiiupif"'s snu Dsitmiura,
37.76: in bulk, f 4 66. Turpentine, quiet;
P.t).lN Firm; strained, common to
good. 84ifi4 12H-
SAVANNAH Ua., July 36.-OIL Turpen
tine, firm; K,c.
ROSIN Finn; stock. 36.20 bbte.; quote:
A. B. C. : D 34 03; E. 34 26; O 34 !;
H. 34 36; I. 340: K. 34 "JO; M. 34. W; N. $4 ;
W U. 3r 06; W W, 36 10.
OIL CITY, Pa,. July . OTL Credit bal
anres 31.44 Bhlpmente. ?.Wii bbls ; runs.
9t ism) bbls ; average, tl.364 hbls.. Shipments,
Uma, M.M4 bbls.; average, M.7i') bhls. ;
runs, Lima. 4i;.803 bbls.; a vet age. 36.
PARIS, Julv 3d. The tone on the Bourse
today was excellent. Russlsns were buoy
ant, advancing and.CsUUUDg gtnra4 Arm
Onialia Packing Co...
Swift and Company .
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
Cudahy, from K. C...
Lobman A Co
W. I. Stephen
Hill aV Son
J. B. Root A Co
1 70 10 M
SHEEP It was one of those dllstory
markets, when everyone stands sround
looking wise and waiting for the other
fellow to make the first move. As the I
other fellow was slow about making any I
move, it was after 10 o clock before onv
business of consequence was trsnsactod.
The truth of the matter Is prices hav
been and still are high for this season of
the year, and at the same time the eastern
mutton market, as a packer expressed it,
"is simply .rotten." Chicago has hett
gradually easing off and all conditions thla
morning pointed to a lower market at tins
point. The fact that the receipts, barring
a few loads, were not very attractive a
that a good many of the sheep came. In
wet from last night's rain convrlbufu tu
the dullness. The day's market on killers
might be summoned up as slow and lower.
An encouraging feature of the market Is
the fact that feeder buyers are beginning
to come In, and, while It is still a little
early to expect them to be very active
buyers, they are beginning to nlhme at the
halt, and unless all signs fail tt will not
be long before the. feeder market will he
In full blast. When that time comes pack
ers are likely to be better buyers of the
fat end of the receipts. Hence, regular
operators on the market are advising their
friends to go a little glow and not Hood
the market with shipments, which can be
deferred until a little later. Buch stuff
aa feeders could use' today sold about
Quotations: Good to choice soring 'i"''4.
J6.75iS7.S0; fair to gcod spring lambs,
8.2S4.7S; good to choice yearlings, ,.a0
f R.7R; fair to good yearlings, 36.00J3.&0;
gtod to choice wethers, 34.76ifr6.00: fair to
good wethers, 34.60I&4.76; good to cnolcs
ewes. $4.6047 4.76; fair to good ewes, 34.23
1071 Wyoming ewes
90 Idaho ewes and wether
(51 Montana wethers ,
22 Montana wethers
44 Montana wethers
623 Montana wethers
75 Wyoming yearlings, wethers.
8u0 Wyoming yearlings, wethers.
6f2 Wyoming yearlings, wethers.
04 Wyoming yearlings wethers.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK 31 ARK ft T
eep and Lambs
Cattle Doll Hogs, fjh
CHICAGO, July 26 -CATTLE Receipts,
6,000 head. Market dull; common to prime
steers, 34.26'ij.60; cows, 32.76G4.50; heifer.
12.766.26; bulls. 32.60(?4. 25; calves, 35.7fy7.ou;
stockers and feeders, 604.26.
HOGS Receipts. 22.000 head. Market
teady; choice to prime heavy, 38NOU4.S6;
medium to good heavy, $tl.ira.76: butcher
weights, 31'34S; good to choice heavy
mixed. ).;& 70; packing, 34 0f.fl6.66.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14.OU0
head. Market steady; sheep. 34.Mfjli.sO;
yearlings, 34 2656.00; lambs, 3.004j7 80.
OMAHA MHOLIC3ALK MAftKKT,
Ceadltlea ef Trwftle sj4 Qaetatloae ew
tale ss faaey rr4e. .
pOGS-Receipts, liberal; fresh stock, lis.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 10c; roosters.
6c: turkeys, 12-aiSc; ducks, 7c; spring chick
en. lTo per lb.
BUTTE.K Parking stork. 14Ve: choice
fsncy dairy, 16016c; dreamery, ilitfBSe.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: Choice upland. 360; medium, 3W00;
coarse. 3 0"tte, 6o. Bye straw, 3 v4ll.9"V
BRAN Per ton. 316 00.
TOMATOES Illinois, pm crate of 10 lbs..
WAX BEANS Fer market basket ef
about 16 Ihs., 36c.
STRING HF. AN 9 Per market basket of
about 18 lbs., 36c.
TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROT4V
Per Vbu. basket, 36c.
LEAF LKl'TUcE Hothottee, per dos
CI CUMBERS Home grown, pee doa,
4oc; Texas, per bu. box, 3136.
UNIONS Horns grown, 3c per Ih.
OKKKN ONIONtt Pel exs tiunehes, 30a.
RADISHES-Per cios. bunches. 16q.
CAULIFLOWER-Per dos. heads, 76c,
GREEN PEAS-Per bu., 81.00.
NEW POTATOES Per bu , 76c.
OLD VEGETABLES.- .
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. 31 ; No- t H '.
LIM A BEANS -Per lb , 6e.
GREEN PEPPERS Per market ba
DATES Per box of S'Mb. pkgs., 1300;
Halloween, In 70-lb boxes, per lb.. 6c;
Bayers, per lb., 4c; walnut stuffed. 1-1 0.
pkgs, 32. 00 per dos.; Slb. boxes. 81.00,
ORANGES Mediterranean sweets si
lies, 34 004.50; Valencia, all sixes, 34fJ
LEMONS IJtnonlers, extrs fsncy, 340
slse. 34.00; 3 to 390 site, K6OJ7.0O; other
brnnds. 11.00 less.
FIOS Cnllfornia. per 10-lh. jartn, Tfj)
Sic; Imported Smyrna, tbree-crown. . lit;
six-crown. 13. .
BANANAS Per nvdlum-slsed bunch.
31.7ftjUio: Jumbos, B.6tj3.W.
PINEAPPLES Fkirlda, slsS.34. 30 and
36, 33 60
BLUEBERRIE-Wlconsln. W qts., ..
FRUITS. ' ' "
CHERRIP S Cairrornis, 33.(0 per i-10. box;
sour cherries, 34-qt. crate, 61. aO.
GOOSEBERRIES Per crate of 34 t,ts.,
CURRANTS Home-grown. whits And
red, per 24-qts . 31.60.
I'EACHES-liales early, 70c; yellow ttee
stone. 31.oti; Texas Elbertas, per 4-bisket
PLUMS-Callfornia. 31 K-tfl.Ts
BLACKBEHKIES-Per 24-qt. crate. 3126.
RASP BERRIES Red, per 14-pi. crate.
32.w; biack. per 24-qt.' crate, 33.00.
APRICOTS Per 4-banket Crete, 31.76.
WATERMELONS Per II).. IHc or xbott!
CANTELOUPES-Colorado Snd Arlxona.
per crate tstanaaruf, e-w". i""rB. e w,
Texas, per crate tabout 45 meionsi, juu;
CUT BEEP PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, 12c; No. rus, mc; Nd. 3 rlb.
6c; No. 1 loin, io; No. 3 louw Uc; No.
loin, c; No. 1 chuck, 6c; No. i v.iuck. ic,
No. 3 chuck, 4c; No. l round, c; No. i
round, tso; No. 8 round. ; No. pine,
v,, i nliti. 2Uc: No. 3 Plate. 2c.
I HIDES AND TALLOWs-Grean Salleo,
No. 1. 13Vc; No- i10; b"" B'U'S, iui'C.
green hides. No. 1. I1tc; No. C, luAe; hone.
1 cH bo; sheep peits, Ccj31.26. Tallow, No
1 1. 4c; No. 2, Sc.
MISCH.L.I-AIN E.UL. B.
CIDER Per keg, 33 76; per bbl.'. 3.;
HONEY New, per 24 lbs., $3 bu.
twEEBffl Swiss, new, i6c;. WIscoiMiii
brick, 13c; Wisconsin lliriberger. liy; iwmu,
UHc; young Americas, 16o
N LTS N alnuts, No. 1, soft shell, new
crop, per lb., 16c; hard shells, per 'b
Uc. pecsns large, poi IP., ile; smai).
per lb., 12c. Chill wainuts. per lb., 12lU-
Almonds, soft shells, per lb.. 17c; haiM
snells. per lb., 16c, Cocuaiiuta, 34 per a.i
8UGAR Granulated cne; ' In " bbls..
1616; granuinted cane, In sarh. lo.ll; gian
uiated beet, In sacks, 16.91.
BYRUP-m boi., ic. per gal.; in cases,
6 ID-lb. cans, 31.70; casea 11 8-lb. cans, i.au,
cases 24 2v-ib. Cans, 31.8p. .
COFFEE Roasteo, No. ib, UHC per. lb ,
No. 20, W'VsO psi' lb.; No.. u, 1tv Vr lo.;
No. fci, 1t per lb,; No. aT, liSc per ib, .
CURED F18H-Fai;ui wulteUsh. per
auarter bbl., Wi lbs., MviO; Norway 4tick
Jrel, No. L 328.00; No., 2, j0o; No. i, t-v.tw;
lrlsn. No. 2, tio.wi; herring, In bbla.. 3uw loa.
each, Norway, 4k, 3U.'A); Norway, 3a, 313.00;
Holland, mixed, 311-vw; Holland herring. In
kegs, milkers, tOc; ksgs, mixed, 70o.
CANNED GOODS corn, sianoard west
ern. 664iic; Maine, 31.16. Tomsloea, aio.
cans, 87.2641.90; 3-lb., HTVeCifj-ll.uu. r-.neup-pies,
grated, 7f-lT.," 2.06(o.3; "sliced.
t.30; gallon apples, fancy, ts th, Ca.i.. u,i
apricots, 81.4Uaii.00; pears, ' M.i14.jO;
peaches, fancy, 1.7uvfil40; h. C pevnes.
82.0UijV2.sO. Alaska salmon, red. 1.J; i i cy
Chinook. F., 83l; fancy sockeye, .-;
sardines. oil, 3260; 4 mustard. 3Jotf,lv;
Sweet potatoes, 81 lool.&; sauerkraut, l.uO;
pumpkins, kocs310u; wax! beans, 2-1 b., 760
(W; lima beans. 2-lb., 76cjll.aj; splrtsch.
81.36; chssp peas, 3-lb., 60c; extra,- Joav,
fancy. 4i.4oOPl.76, ' '
HIDES AND TALLOW Green salted.
No. 1. 12V4C; No. 2, HVkc; full hides. 8Wa'it.
green hides, No. 1. loc; No. 2, 8c; norse.
31. 603.26; sheep pelts, 60cvWl.4. Tallow,
No. 1. 4c; No. 3, 3c.
WOOL Per lb.. 184280.
NEW, YORK. July M M ETA LS There
was a further sharp decline In the liOndon
tin market, which clos.-d at l for simt
and 18 l"s 3d for futures under specu
lative llouldatlon. The local market was
easy and lower In sympathy with spot,
quoted st 314J SO?nf 06. Copner was higher
again on the London market, with snot
closing at 33 and futures at 4?81 10s. Lo
cally, the market was flrme. In tone with
lake, ouoted at 118 Vhtib 7S? electrolytic,
818 ?M18 50: casting. 817 7(18 00. Iead was
unchanged at 86 7S In the loctl market and
advanced 6a to 14 16s d In London. Spel
ter was 6s hteher st 77 6s in London. Io-
1, ! cs'ly, the market was unchanged at ftt.X'Ti
JJJ .S. Iron was 3d lila-her s 51 "I for
"esv Yerk Mlalagr Sleeks.
NEW YORK. July 24. Closing quotations
n mining stocks were:
Little CSlae ...
t (! ,
fevall Hogan .
A l If
Brunswick Cos .
est. Cal. A V.
Hoes tilttftr ...
Ls4rllls Toe ..
. I .
Baek ef EaglaaA Statesaeat.
LONDON. July M The weekly state.
i ment of Us Bank ut England shows Lhs
standard foundrv snd 61s fd for Cleveland
In the Enslls market. I-ocally. there was
no chsnge- No 1 northern foundrv is
nuoted at 16U56; No. 2 northern foun
drv 18 !fj5l8 35: No. 1 southern foundrv.
tlf)- No I southern foundrv. fTT fiOfjlH 00.
BT LOUTS. July .-METI S-Iad. firm
at 8S 65. Spelter, steady at 35 82H
NEW YORK. July 36 COTTON Spot
closed quiet: mlddllnr tiplsnds. 10 90c; mid.
dime srulf. 11 lnc Sales, 103 hales
NEW ORLEANS. July 26 COTTON
Spot closed steady. Sales. 1.300 bales Low
ordinsry. 7c. nominal: ordinary, 74C nom
inal; good ordinary. 61-lc; low middling.
r: middling, I'e; good middling 11c;
mi-Mllne -'r. HSc nomixsl- fair. t",c.
ST. IX)UI8 Jjly 26 COTTON Dull: mid
dling. 11c. "tie, none: recetota. J4 hales;
shipments. 516 bales: stock. 23 ' bales.
LIVERPOOL. JjIv 2 COTTON-Snot.
moderate business done, prices 6 points
hieher; Americsn middling fslr 6fd; good
middling 6 61: middling. 6'.d: low mid
dling, 6M8d; good ordinary, 5. aid: ordinary,
8 44d. Th sales of the dar were 8 000 hales,
of which too were for speculation snd ex-
rtrt, and included 4.200 American. Receipts.
003 bales. Including lis) Americsvav
..3.117 8,709 6,76!
CATTLE! The cattle trade was dead all
this morning snd the forenoon wss very
well advanced before any business what
ever was transacted. Buyers seemed to
feel that they had been paying too much
tor their oattle at this point, as compared
with other markets, and were determined
to force a reduction or leave the cattle
alone. Their bids were at least loc lower,
even on the good kinds of cattle, and more
than that on the common to meaium
grades. As sailers were not prepared to
take oft without A struggle. It was very
late, as noted above, beiore buyers and
sellers could get together on a trading
basis. Medium to common kinds or cawtu.
such as were selling the nrst or tne week
at from 8.;o aownwara, were tne worst
surTerers, ana tney are anywnere irom ;
IH 40c lower than a week ago.
Cows and heifers were slow and lower,
In about the same proportion as beef
steers, and It waa unusually late before
any business was transacted.
Stockers and feeders were In rather
light supply, but they, too, were slow, as
It waa late in the week and yard traders
and speculators had quite a good many on
hsnd carried over from yesterday.
.ertr ,York l.lts Stock Market.
NEW YORK. July IC.-BEEVES-Re-ceipts,
128 head. . No trading and feeling
unchanged. Dressed beef steady at 7419c
per lb. native sides. Iondon and Liverpool
cables quoted live cattle selling at Ufl2o
per lb., dressed weight; refrigerator beef,
i&Hc per lb.
CALVr.B Keceipis, tin neaa. MarKet was
feeling about steady: veals sold at 36.0U4I
7.25 per 100 lbs. - Virginia calves, steady at
IK(ii2c ror city aressea ana orgioc ror country
HOGS Receipts, 1.44o need. Market wss
steady; state and Pennsylvania hogs, 17.60
4J7 .40; mixed westerns, 36. i0.
SHEEP AND l,ambb Receipts. S.W1
hed. Market for sheep steady; prime
lambs firm to a fraction higher, others
steady: common to good sheep sold at 83 00
ft 4 so per 100 lbs.; fair to prime lambs, 31.03
Kaaeas City Lire Stock Market.'
KANSAS CITT, July 2.-OATTLERe-celnts.
9.0H0 head, including 3,400 head of
southerns: market weak to 10c lower; cho ce
export and dressed beer steers, 86 40j3j;
fair to gooo steers, fto.puo.oo, weaisrn tea
fleers, $.i Sovift wO ; stockers and feeders, 83 60
44 60; southern steers, 32.76tp4 60: southern
rows. 32 013.40; natives. 34.40; . native
heifers. 33.00.60; bulls. 82.2fxCP4.00; calves,
HOGS Receipts, 8.000 head; market weak
to 6c lower: top, to6?H; bulk of sal.
36 52',i'6 60; heavy, 80..Vg 60; packers, 60tj)
6.60; pigs and lights. 3 6"Jfl t)?.
SHEEP AND LAMB8 Receipts. L600
head; market steady; lambs. I") 50$7.60; na
tive sheep and yearlings, 84.26tr So; western
yearlings. 33.2iBV75; western sheen, 84.00(2
6.25; stockers and feeders, 83.60416.00.
. ... 744
I ;i i
t 4 1
I 40 1
I 40 1
I 40 I
4 tt 1
I 0 4
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
410 M 1 7 M
"t I It 4 Ill Iti
lit I 0
1 row K-40 75 14 cows 862 3 73
I cow 11'jO 2 00
C. H Jones Wyo.
66 feeders.. 771 4 00
J. C. Carson 8. D.
2 cows 3tS 36
J. Klmmerir H D.
tt steers.. ..10.4 I steers.... 70 I 71
NEW YORK. July 26-COFFEE-Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
f trices to a decline of 6 points tinder r?al.s
ng and some selling on the theory that ab
sence of reports from Braxll regarding tne
attitude of the senate toward the valorisa
tion bill argued that the mea sore was meet
ing with opposition. This theory was not
generally accepted, however. Tha market
met with good support st the decline snd
closed steady at unchanged prices on ail
months except November. wWcb was 6
points lower. European cables were con
sidered steady. Braslllan markets were a
little higher and receipts continued liberal.
Bales were reported of 48.000 bag. Including
September at 6.65o7.70c, October at 6.76c. De
cember at t.Wt.e. January st 7.00c, March
st 7.16fl".20c. Msy at 7.8007 36e and June at
7.Cc. Spot Rio. firm; No. 1 Invoice, 8Hc.
St. I.onls Lire Stork Market.
ST. I-OUIS. July . CATTLE Receipts.
4.000 head. Including 2.&O0 Texans: market,
strong: native shipping and expert steers,
14 8f.'a" 20; dressed beef and butcher steers,
t4.fw3S.90, steers tinder 1,000 ll., 3 60j166;
stockers snd feeders, 32 0iff,4 00: cows and
heifers. 12.35116.60; ranners, tl.fOQ3.00: bulls,
32.C6i63.60; calves. 3 506.50; Texgs and In
dian steers, 33.00(l.Ofv cows and heifers,
U 364. 26.
HOGS Receipts. 7.000 head; market. 6c
lower; pigs and lights. 3. 70 'rj . 86; packers,
K'4Ka5 8u; butchers and best heavy. 36.6tV9
SHEEP AND T.AM B8 Receipts. 2 500
head: market, stesdy; native muttons. 33.00
r.60: lambs. 34.0onjT 60: culls and bucks,
t2.0tr93.60; Blockers, 33.6096.00.
Evaporated Apples aad Driest Fruits.
NEW YORK. July .-BVA'PORATED
APPLES Msrket Is unchanged. Prln are
Quoted atuailo, choice at UJfl.l4C And
"CALIFORNIA DRIED FRt'ltS-Prunes
sre quiet with California grades ranging
from 40s to 70s quoted from 8c down to 7.e;
Oregon 20s to 80s at IVkc. Apricots are prac
tically out of the spot market.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Jelliia Berkman to H. H. Smith, lots
3. 4, i, 6. 7 and 8. block t. Alamo
plasa V"' ' V.
Same to same, lots 4, 4, 7 and 3, block
1. Alamo Plass ........................
Same to same, lots 9, 10 and 11. block
3, Alamo Plasa
John Henry Kreymborg and wife to
Albert Bergers. s of wS ot lot 11,
Cls rk s add
Walter Lea to Laura Snyder, tot ' 3,
block 1. Oxford Ptaoe
State of Nebraska to W. G. and
Krank Whltmore. se of i ex-
cept 2 64-100 acres,
St. Joseph Lie Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 38 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1826 head; market, dull to lOo
lower; natives. 34.00410; cows snd heifers,
tl. 755 00; stackers and feeders, 33 Otj-l.OO.
H)GS-Rece1pts. 7.787 head; market. So
lower: light. 3o 45'J6.65; medium and heavy,
ti 60'o 65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.I7J
head; market, stesdy; lambs. 17 6s.
lark la Sight.
Receipts of live strck at the six principal
western markets veslerdav:
South Omaha 3.000 8.760
Bloux City V 8.300
St. Joseph 3 324 7.787
Kansas City 9 610 6.000
St. Louis 40iO 7.C"
Chicago 6.000 21.000
.36,236 68.837 .WJ
Sioax Cltr l ive Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. la.. July 36 -8peelal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 800 head, mar
ket steady; beeves, 14-0004 00; eows, bulls
and mixed. 32 fV7j4 76; stockers and feeders,
13 04 00, calves and yearlings, t3orvft3 83
HOGS-Recelptg. 3.300 bead; market 60
Lell Curry Wolfe to Hsrrlet M. Dun
can, lot 14, block 16, Clifton Hill ...
Frank Hamilton to William B. Nea-
selhaua. w26 feet lot 8, block 3
James B. and Josephine O. Kitchen
to Catherine M. Bpragus. lot 7, Woclt
5. West End add
Margaret E. Alexander et al to Bul
Levy, lot 37, rs-plat block 6, BemlS
Atlantic Realty Assn. to Margaret E.
Alexander, lot V, re-plat block ft,
Boulevard Park Improvement Co- to
Gottlob Brunnekant. lot 9, block I,
Boulevard Park 1
P C Creer and wife to Bhlme aft
Case Co., lot 3. 20th and Ames sub- .
Th City of Florence to School Dis
trict No. 6, w20 feet lots I and 18,
block 109, Florence 1
Bourh Omaha Land Co. to Victor ,
Kuksnskl, lot 6. block 174, South,
Omaha 14 i B
William O- Dunn and wife to Fred
Amhust, lot 4. block 100, South
Joshua R Kyi to Minna J. Moors,
lot 13, block 4. West Cuming add.. I
Ellen A. Free and huhnd to
Cynthia E. Herron, lots 9. 10, U
and 11. block 9. Pruyn Park Vi
The O. F. David Co. to Clar M.
Cardel. lot T, block 17, Omaha View, l.fcn
Margaret Vlnrant to Elsie Schlottan,
lot 8. block 6. Cottage Park add.... 800
Mary A. Wallace to Frank Househ,
lot I. Wallace's first subdivision.... 310
The City of Omaha to the Young :
Men's Christian Association, lot J,
block 15. Kountse Reserve add.... 601
Elisabeth Kountse Real Estate Oo. to -Y.
M. C. A.. 10 ft. lot 1, block JL,
K. Kountse Reserve add I.tot)
Herman Kountse et al to Y M. C.
A.. 10 ft. lot 1, block 1, E. Kountse''
Reserve add 33
Stislns Roberts to Anna Harris, lot
1. block 6, Maxwell s second sdd.... J
William Rochford and wife to rrank ;'
Jlndra. subdlv lot of tag lot 13 la
AVh of n of ns of see 34-16-u.. 80S
Total for July S3. 1903 116.671
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