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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. AUGUST 7, 1908.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Eudj TsodsnoT in Whsst, with Closinc
SOUTHWEST RAINS OFFSET I EAR NEWS
September Cora Erratic, Lower Early,
at CloslaaT Hlgjher Large De
Crease la Visible Deferred
Fatsree "early Koalitl
OMAHA, Auk. , 1804.
Wheat wee steady today, prices ruling a
little hlfher and the close being So higher
than Saturday. An early weakness was
apparent, but buying by commission
houses at the low point rallied prices
bout He, though trade waa light. Lower
continental cables and favorable weather
In the northweet were offset by heavy.
I . I . V I 1 M XI , '
rirtg that grain waa growing In the shock,
hi. -"used tamt covering by ahorta. Re
ceipts Varan, but ahowed signs of fall
ing off. li a pit a of the fact that export
demand waa alow, the caah altuatlon waa
a little atronger. The visible supply fig
ure were conaldered bulllah, aa thay
ahowed aa Increase of only 1 . 4.000 bush
ola, when about 1,000,000 buahela tncreaaa
September com gained a few notchea, to
day while deferred futurea were weak,
though even September waa weak in the
early boura. Rain waa general over the
com belt and the drouth waa relieved In
Illlnola, from where ao many damage re
porta nava been coming. September was
off early, and deferred futurea were
nominal, when the risible aupply figures
tame, there waa good buying of September
and that option to Ho above Saturday
option advanced, leaving the deferred
Primary wheat receipt were 1,407,000
buahela and shipments IW,000 buahela,
agalnat recelpta laat year of L422.O0O buah
ela and ahlpmenta of CSl.ono buahela Corn
receipts were 442,000 buahela and ahlpmenta
478,000 buahela, agalnat reoelpta laat year
of 766.000 buahela and ahlpmenta of 140,000
buahela. Clearance were 228,842 buahela
wheat, 19.67 barrel a flour, 268,000 buahela
corn and 78,000 buahela oata. There waa no
market In Liverpool.
Wheat risible tncreaaed l.M,000 buahela,
corn decreased 877.000 buahela, oata de
ereaaad 447,000 buahela.
Local range ot eptlooa:
Article Open. I Hlgh.j Low. Claae.j Sat'y.
Wheat' i I I
Sept... I fUB 6544A tt A 4M4A tS
Dec.... 67b C84B 87HA A 7S
gTpt... 44SBJ 4&A 44A 46VA 4444
A aakad. B bid.
Omaha Cataa Salee,
WHEAT No. I hard, 1 ear. 66c; No.
hard, 1 car, 4e.
CORN No, I yellow, 1 oar, 46c
OATS No. 4, 1 car, SOo.
Oaaka Caah Prices.
WHEAT No, t hard, 6AHc; No. I
hard. S6436ei No. 4 hard. Cu4Ho; No.
CQRN-No. s, iBW&tae; No. 4. 464M&Hei No.
1 yellow, etc: No. white, 47c
OATS No. a Mixed, 2Vc; No. white,
JOc: No. 4 white, SHO
RT E No. 1 60ci No. 8, 49a
Wheat. Corn. Oata
Chicago 887 110 got
Kanaaa City 288 61 8
Omaha 14 77 22
fit. Louie 208
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featarea of the Trading and Cloelna;
Prieea oa Board of Trade.
CHICAOO. Aug. 8,-Complalnta that
wheat la sprouting In the ahocks in the
eouthweat oauaed a strong tone In the lo
cal wheat market today. At the oloee
September wheat waa up c. Com waa
up VftSc. Oata ahowed a fain of o.
Provlalona were 2Ue to 6c hlaner.
Wet weather In the eouthweat waa the
cauae of active buying of wheat by ahorta
aa a result of which the market ruled firm
ail dar. Rain. It waa claimed, is eaua
ing damage to the winter wheat crop.
In addition to the demand by ahorta aev
oral of - the leading balls bought freely.
A feature of the day's news which was
favorable to the bulls waa a decrease
In trlmarr recelota total arrivals today
being 1.407.000 buahela compared with 1,421
400 buahela the corresponding day a year
ago. At the start the market was bull-
lahly affected by small recelpta. The
market cloaed strong. September opened
sold off to 71V40. then advanced to T3F&
T2ie. where it cloaed. Clearances of
wheat and flour were equal to 811.800
buahela The vlalbie supply increased
1.801,000 buahela. and the amount on pas
sage decreased 640.000 buahela Minneap
olis, Duluth and Chicago reported receipts
of 683 cars against 1.0W cars laat week and
491 cars a year a so.
The corn market was weak early In the
cay on aeuing inaucen dy rain in Illinois.
There waa also an official forecast of
more ahowers tonight which caused In
creased aelllng. Later the market ral
lied In sympathy with the atrength of
-wheat, ahorta being- lively bidders during
tne last nour. nie close was strong.
September opened 4(Ue lower at 48T4C.
sold off to ttUc. rallied to 4ttc and cloaed
at 49Se. Local recelpta were 110 cars with
41 cara of contract grade.
Oats were a trifle eaaler at the atart
but quickly rallied and ruled firm the
remainder of the day. The main Influ
ence waa the late atrength of wheat and
rorn. Fear of damage by wet weather
cauaea aome apprenenaion among shorts.
September opened unchanged to HQV
lower at SnsoSo to 807ic sold between
80HC snd SOSe and closed at SI Sic Local
receipts were 801 care.
Provisions were easy early In the day
on selling brought out by a Be decline
tn the price of live nogs. Later the mar
ket became steady on buying of lard and
ribs by a prominent commission houae.
At the close September pork was up IHc
at 817.00. I.ard waa to higher at 8880.
uos were isto nigner at i.si
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
w cars; corn, ma cart; oata, 4W cars
noga, u,oro need.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles-t Open.l Hlgh. Low. Close. Tes'y.
Cash quotations were ss follows:
FLOUR Steady; winter patenta. JlSrvj
u.vu; airaignia. m.ajvi.vi; epnng patenta
88.8OS390; airaignta. eJ.uts.7; bakera,
ft 1 90.
WHEIAT-No. 1 aprlng. 1ic; No. 8, TOy
74o; ix o. a reo, iwnv'ilto.
CORV No. 1 BOc; No. 1 yellow. Mo
OAT8 No. 1 80Sc; No. t white, new. US
VSc: no. wiui. nvw. luHwg,
HID-No. 8, oee.
tlARLK Oood feeding. SSiJc: fair to
choice malting, 43-fiele.
BEED8 No. 1 flu, 81.07: No. 1 north
weatarn, 81.10. Prime timothy, 84.00. Clover,
contract grades, 811.00.
PROVISIONS Short ribs sides (loose),
89.1609 aV Meaa pora, per ddi., w.ou. Lara,
er luO lbs.. 88.86. Short clear sides (boxed),
Following were the reoelpta and ship
ments of flour and a rain
Corn, bu. ..
Oata, bu. ...
Rye. bu. ..
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market waa Arm; creamer lea, l9-lc;
dairies, 1&H31SC. Kgga. firm; at mark,
cases Included. UH'S'liHc; flrata. 16c: prime
first a. 17 Vi extraa. 30c Cheese, firm at
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. I. - WHEAT
Sready; No 1 northern. 77T7Sc: No. I
northern, 767c; September. 1tS83o.
RTE Higher; No. 1. 6tsyJ0e
BARLEY Steady ; No. X, i465ic; aaro
CORN-Pteady; No. 3 cash. 4MJ50V4:; Sep
Visible flr of Grata.
NEW TORK. Aug. -The rtaible supply
of grain Saturday, Auguat 4. as complied
by tbe New York Produce exchange
17 00 ( 16 88
8 K) J tt
9 00 8 90
IK 8 80
00 8 90
aa follows: Wheat. ! W bu.; Increase
Vrt hu. Corn. 4.2.74.000 hu.i decrease.
7.nm bu. Oats, 4.4 on bu.; decreote,
J47.nir bu. Rve, 1.4-7.vn bu. : increase, fa.
" bu. Barley, I.IIO.OOO bu.; Increase,
JEW YORK OF.F.RAL MARKET
Qaotatloaa of the Pay oa Varloaa
NEW TORK. Aug. 6 -FLOt'R Re
ceipts. 17.S37 bbl.; export. 1.213 nbls ;
market dull and lower to eell; Minnesota
patenta, 14 2Mi-4 SO; Minnesota bakers.
winter etralghta, ttTOfiSHS; winter ex-
res, LB0qs 4i; winter low graoee, li.rq
rye nour nun; xeir m b'hj, frit
.90: choice to fancv. 88 9rV3H 10.
rORNM FiAl Firm : white and yellow.
$L2an; coarse, ll.104jl.12; kiln dried,
UHF!AT-llrlfiii. lKTSOO bu.: exrjorta.
1T9.942 bu. Spot market, steady; No. 2 red,
7So, elevator; No. I red, 7so, r. o. d.,
float; No. 1 northern Duluth, M4c. f. o. b.,
float; No. 1 hard winter, 80c, f. o. b.
afloat. After aome Irregularity during the
orenoon asd lower prices at times on
bearish weekly atattatlcs and big receipts
wheat turned very firm on covering by Sep
tember ahorta. It advanced all the arter
noon and rloeed Se to So net higher.
March, fc3d4Vc. cloaed at 84SC; May,
Mlftumac clotied at 84c; September. 7S
l7VSc, cloaed at fiPSc; December, 81StP
Ky. closed at 82So.
CORN-Recelpta. 110,100 bu.; exports,
6W bu.; spot market, Arm; No. 1, 66Sc,
elevator and S7e f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 yel
low, Mc; No. 8 white, 58 Sc.. Option mar
ket opened lower on rains In Illinois, but
on an attempt by September shorts to
cover had a atrong forenoon advance and
closed Sc higher. Beptember, eoS.
closed at 66c; December, 63Srdo4e, cloaed
OATS Recelpta. 84.0(0 bu.: apot market.
easy; mixed, 2H to 81 pounds, 87Sc; nat
ural white. 80 to 13 pounds. 37SQ39c:
clipped white. S8 to 40 pound", 41S'S44o.
rlA I Dull : ehiPtilnK. 604T76C; good
to choice, 110. 00O10.60.
HOPS Firm; state, common to choice.
1908 crop, l517c; 1904 crop, nominal; olds,
nominal; Paclflo coaat, 1906 crop, ll18c;
1904 crop, 12e; old, nominal.
HIDES Steady; Galveston, 20 to 15
pounda, 10c; California, 11 to II pounda.
lc; Texas dry, 24 to 10 pounoa, me.
LEATHER Bteady; acid, 2RS27SC
PROVISIONS beer, quiet; family,
10.80911. 00; meaa. 88.0008.60: besf
hama, 121.00 22.60; packet, $9 009.80;
city extra India mess. 816 017.00. Cut
meats, steady: pickled bellies, 11.
18.16; pickled shoulders, M.z&raft.is
pickled hams, J12.3frfrl2.75. Lard, steady;
western prime, 18.96; rerinea steaoy; con
tinent. 1940; South America, 810.00; com
pound 17.12W91.87S. Pork, steady; fam
ily, iimjoti i.bo; snort clear, i..ia"bi.w;
TALLOW Steady; city. 6c; country,
RICE Firm : domestic, fair to extra.
ISOftSc; Japan, nominal.
FOULTRT Live, nothing up to late nour.
Dressed, steady; western chfekena, 12'Jfl4c;
turkeys 118180-; fowls, lltrllSc.
BUTTBR Firm; street prices extra
creamery, 12c; official prices creamery
common to extrs, 17&t2e; renovated com
mon to extra. 13S'aV9c; western factory
common to extra, 191 7c: western imitation
creamery extras, 19c; firsts. 17gi7Sc-
CHEESS Steady; state run cream, large
fancy, USe; atate fair to good, llfcllSc;
state, small fancy, HSc; atate. fair to
good. lOStfFHc; state. Inferior. 9tM0c.
EKK38 Steady; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white. 2426c; stite,
choice, 2236c; tste mixed extra, 22'&'23c;
western firsts, 1818Sc; western seconds,
St. Loals General Market.
BT. LOUIS. Aug. WHEAT Higher;
No. 1 red. caah elevator. 68Hc; track.
68S fj69sc: September, 68Sc; December,
7isc; ;so. i nara, ssia tuykc.
CORN Lower; No. 1 cash, 49c; track,
60c: September, 4747Sc; December,
oats Firm; no. z caan, uc; traca.
SOSiraic; September, 9So; De
cember, tic; No. white, 81S2lc.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patenta.
84.8694.60; extra fancy and atralght,
IS. 7604.80; clear. 2.758.00.
SEED Timotny, eteaay, ii.onwt.vu.
CORNMEAL Steady, 12.60.
BRAN Dull: aacked. eaat track, 78
HAT Steady, timothy. 812.00016.60;
prairie, 18.00 11.60.
IKON UUI 1 UIN Jlt,B ll.UUH.
BAOQINO 9 1-16C
HEMP TWINE 7 Sc.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; Jobbing,
816.66. Lard, firm; prime steam, 18.62 S.
Dry salt meats, steady: boxed extra
shorts, J9.60; clear ribs, 89-7,5; short clears,
a n nit r- .. a.Kw. I. . A .
short. 810 26; clear ribs, 110.60; short
clear, 610 62 S-
poultry yuiet; cnicaens, se; springs,
12Sc; turkeys, liSc; ducks, 8Sc; geese,
BUTTER Steady: creamery. 17W21SC:
delry. 16 20c.
uuua Bieaay, 13c, cs count .
Flour. bbls..... 7,000 , 7,000
Wheat, bu ..208,000 14.000
Corn, bu 169,000 69,0O
oata, bu lBB.ooo 08,000
Mlaneapolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 6. FLOUR
First patenta, S4.004.1o; second patents.
It 8&03.95; first clesrs, 3.263.4S; sec
ond clears, 13.6001.60.
13 RAN U.60(tf 1J.76.
(Superior Board of Trade auotatlona for
Mlnntapolla and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, aa reported by F. D. Day
tt Co., 110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles. Open. Hlgh.l Low. Cloee.l Bat y.
Wheat- j 1
Sept.. 71714, 71 I 70S 71V) 70T
Pec... 72HW7SH&'14 72s7SH,'! 12
Bept.. 1 10 1 12 1 11H 1 11H 1 12
Oct.... IQSVt! 1 08H 1 09W 1 09 1 09
Minneapolis cash close Wheat: No. 1
hard white, 76c; No. 1 new white, ;c:
No I new white, 78Vc; No. 3 new whl',
70o to Tic; No. 1 durum, llc; No. 3
durum, 67Hc. Corn: No. I yellow, 44Vac;
No. 8, 46Hc. Oats: No. 3 white, 304c;
No. 8, ITHOSIHc Barley: 8444c Rjo:
4l4O60Vc. Flax: 11.09.
Kanaaa City Grain and Provlalona.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 6.-WHEAT-8ep-tember,
65T4C; December, WVc; cash No.
8 hard, s,8$9c; No. 3. 87(6c; No. 2 red,
876Sc: No. 3. 664S7c.
CORN September, 46Hc: December, 41c.
Caah: No. 2 mixed, 4Hfi47c: No. 3, 4fl'y?
46Vc; No. t white, 460c: No. 3, 4St54fto.
OATS No. 2 white, 3tyd3&Vic No. 2 mixed,
tiiQS Steady; Missouri and Kanaaa
extraa, 18c; caae counta, 17c; caaea re
turned, c leaa.
HAY Firm; choice timothy, 110.25
G10 60: choice prarle, 7.76S8.00.
BCTTER Creamery. 20c; packing. 14Hc.
Wheat, bu 611.000 639
Corn, bu .
Philadelphia Prodnee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 8. BUTTE R
Firm, lc higher; extra western creamery.
EOOS Firm, lc higher; western fresh,
80c at mark.
CHEESE-Active; New York full creams,
Dalath Grata Market.
PCLUTH. Aug. . WHEAT To arrive
and on track, No. J northern, 76c: No. 2
northern. 7Mrc; September, 7Sc; October
7c; December, 77Vo.
OATS To arrive, on track and Auguat,
PEORIA. Aug. .-CORN-Bteady;. No.
a yenow, ohc; io. . 4; no grade. iic.
OAT8 Easy. 8nMIlc for No. I white; No.
I white. SOfJaoSc; No. 4 white, 8oS0Vc.
WHISKY On the basis of 1. for
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Aug. a, 8EEP8 Caah
clover. 7.20; October and December. 7.7;
timothy, 12.00; alslke, 4.ai.
NEW TORK. Aug. C METALS The
London market was cloaed again today and
trading here waa o.utet In consequence.
Tin was strong snd somewhat excited,
however, with holders asking a high aa
841.26, while buyers' vlewa were lower than
that figure, but well above the closing quo
tations of laat week, and the extreme rsnrs
appeared to be about 40. 26541.26, Copper
waa firm, but without further change.
Lake la quoted at 18.VtT 78; electrolytto,
118 37Vttili60; casting, lg.ulJ.a. Lead waa
quiet at go.i. .Salter dull at 8o.ei.rtii li,
Iron was firm at recent prices; No. 1 north-
ern foundry la quoted at 3t tfl 50; No
t northern foundry. 8lS6u-n 00; No. I aouth-
ern foundry lii.Mtt.i0; No. I southern
foundry. 317 781118 00.
ST. LOCia. Aug. 8 -METALS Lead,
quiet at 86 66. Spelter, weak at 86.80.
agar Prices Hlgker.
NEW YORK. Aug. 4. -A 11 grades of re
fined sugar have been advanced 10 cents
per hundred pounds.
. . London Eickaagn Closed.
LONDON; Aeg. aAII etrchaagea here
and In Liverpool are cloaed today.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Optni With Eaoytnt Lift in Yeloai
Due to Htt Bnjinc.
BUSINESS LAGS IN MIDDLE OF SESSION
Late Dealings Are Slightly Irregalar
Becanae of Proflt-Taklag, bat
et Galaa oa Day
NEW TORK. Aug 6. Operations In
tocks started the buoyant uplift In prices
before tbe Impelling force of buying, which
showed every sign of eagerneta to secure
stocka even at the advancea In the bids,
made necessary to bring out offerings.
The early dealings showed no remalna of
the dispoaltlon to realise profits, which
characterised the closing dealings of last
week. Instead of that the market seemed
to be bsre of Mocks at the prlcea prevail
ing on Saturday and the wide opening
advancea were achieved without gny grat
volume of atocka changing banda. The
advance waa continued quite briskly dur
ing the oourse of the first hour. There
waa an abrupt tailing off tn the volume of
business st that time and brokers on the
floor were almost Idle during the middle
portion of the day.
There waa no appreciable revival of ac
tivity until the laat hour of the? session.
The oppression of the extreme heat of the
dsy waa responsible to a large extent for
the languor of tne mamei. j ne tone waa
noticeably firm. In spits of the almost total
cessation of Duymg, recessions oeing nm-
atlon of buying, recessions being llm-
to tbe small fractlone Inevitable In a
tlcally stagnant market. It was thlt 1
elve reelaiarve of the market that
nromnted the tradera to renew the ad
vance In the laat hour. A considerable
distribution waa effected et the high open
ing level, which represented profit-taking
on the llnea taken on during the revived
speculation of last week. The Increased
confidence displayed tn the movement of
laat week early had an effect In stirring
the speculative spirit outside of Wall street
and commjeslon housea had more orders
to execute than at any time since the
present professional movement was initi
ated. , . ,
The London stock market waa closed In
continuation of the holiday, which began
Baturday. Foreign arbitrage housea were
amongst the laat buyers of stocks, however,
and these were supposed to be purchasea
for foreign account. The continental mar
ket! reflected Increased confidence over
the situation of affairs In Russia, Discount
rates, however, In the open market rose
best In Parla and Berlin. Foreign exchange
rates here at the same time held firm.
Rates for call loana were a trifle firmer
than the average last week, but Old not
rise to the maximum of last Thursday.
Saturday's bank statement waa the sub
ject of continued discussion. The large
Increaae In loans and deposits waa believed
to be affected by the lnclusl. 1 for the first
time of the account of the State hank. It
waa recognized, however, that the current
of the caah flow la turnirtg In the direction
of the domeatlc Interior. Chicago banka
reported that the demand upon them from
the region beyond was lncreaalng. The
promise of abundant crops carries with It
the likelihood of corresponding demand
from currency to move them. Expressions
of confidence were published, coming from
Chicago banking authorities, of the ade
quacy of resources to meet the coming
demand. But little countenance Is given
In banking quartere to the aupposlUon
of some of the speculative element that
the New York banka will be free from the
demanda upon them normal to the crop
moving season. . , .
A reassuring effect was produced by
statements from Washington pointing out
the favorable situation of treaaury re
sources for rendering assistance to the fall
money market. Ratea of Interest on time
were strongly held fend the supply offering
was said to be diminishing, the failure
of a bank In Chicago was without effects
on stocks. Railroad traffic officials united
In declaring that there never was a time
when there waa ao heavy and diversified
demand for all klnda of merchandise. Last
week a total aalea of stocka at the stocK
exchange rose to 6.627,686 shares, compered
with 1.868.702 In the corresponding eek or
laat year. The failure of the bond market
to share In the revival la rat'.
by the fall In the par value of h w"k "
eiles to 39.000.000. compared with tlw
in the corresponding week of "tJ'JI-iinSS
slightly Irregular tone In the nn'. dlln?"
In stocks waa due to taking profits by the
rom trsdlne- element. A substantial net
gain on the day remained. .
Bonds were Irregular. Tola sales, par
value. 11.406,000. United Statea bonds were
''TnefoUoirig are the qttotanona oa the
Stock exchange: w
Am.?.'. nTWr:::::: Ti:jno m w
American C. A T l.W " "
Am. C. A r. Ptd..
American Cotton Oil.....
Am. Cotton Oil pld
American H. A V. pfd..
American lea. aacurltles
American Llnaead Oil...
Am Linseed Oil pfd....
American LocomotlTa ..
Am. Locemotlre pfd
Amarlcan 8. A R
. 1I.4O0 l"1 1 m
wo liTv mv 1"
. 4.KW 134 4 lt
! it cil 8M W5
. l.oo MH Mtt 3H
toe 10 l"0
X 144 141
. 1.000 110t lll4
. ii.one 11 74 0S
. 1.800 1MH 1H 1S
" 100 W4 n
. l.no 404 MH
. l.tfto it U1 l"4
. 1 too rn to
. M.too lit
Am. 8. A R- Pt
American Sugar Raflolng. ..
Am. Tobacco pfd ctfl
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coaat Un
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tranalt
Canadian Paclfle ,
Central of N. i
Central Leather pfd
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chlcaxa Great Welters
Chicago A Northweetern...
Chlrago, Mil. a at. r
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C., C. C. A St. L
Colorado Fuel A Iroa...t...
Colorado A Southern
Colo. A So. lit pfd
Colo. A 8. Id pfd
Corn Products, pfd
Corn Product a pfd
Delaware A Hudeon
Delaware. U A W
Denyer A R. O
D A R. O. pfd ,
Erie lit pfd
Erie Id pfd
Great Northern ptd
Hocking Valley, offered....
Int. Paper pfd
Interbnrough Met. pfd
lot. FJump pfd
Iowa Central pfd
Kanaaa Cltr Southern
Kanaaa City So. pfd
Loutavllle A Naahtllle....
Mlnneapolla A St. Loull...
M , St. P A 8. S. M
U . St P. A S. g. M pfd
Miaaourl. K A T
M . K. A T. ptd..(
National R. R. of M. pfd.
New Tork Cantral
New Tork. O. W
Nortolk A Waiters
Norfolk A W pfd
P , C. C. A St. L
Preaaed Steel Car
Preased 8 C. pfd
Pullman Palace Car
Reading la pM. offered....
Reading 14 pld, offered
Republic Steel pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
1 too n it'. ui
too to 1044 1H
100 444, 44S4
mo 1174 1174, 117
t.tOO MT IM J't
100 177 1T7 17S
100 It It !
4.400 14H 141 1
400 tt 44 tt
100 lit 171 170
1.100 MS 14 M
400 tl lit, i'
1.100 II to M
l,l' 14t 140 11
400 47 47 47
1.100 tl tO tea,
l.too tot tot tos
tot 14 1(44 14
II.IU0 111 111 111
100 tl. tl tl
1.400 11 II J!
too tt tt tt
41.100 UI 111 111
St. L. A S. P td pfd
St. Loan 8 W
St. L S W. pfd
So. Paelftc pfd
So. Rallwar pld
Tennaeaeo Coal A Iron
Taxaa a Pacific
Toledo, St. L. A W
T.. St. L. A W. pfd
Colon Panic pfd
I n lied Siatea Eipraea.
I'nlted Statea Really
Vntted SlaMS Ruboer
I S. hJl.ber ptd
t'nlted Sta'.M Stall
t. 8 Steel (td
Va. -Carolina tbemlcal
700 II II
fcw ttv w
. tt.IO IM 1M 111
lot lit lie ut
100 41 44 44
.104 too ti n toi
. 17. too ina 107 W
. 8,tu at II It
J ;Crciina rn. pt
I S.Ta r.iiv Eip'riia'"'
Va. -Carcllaa fn pfd ...
fi AL E
V'U. .ula Central
Wis Cantral pld..
Total sales tor the day. 441 000 ahana
WASHINGTON. Aug 6 Today's state-
menl of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 3180.000.000
gold reserve, shows; Available cash bal-
ance. Ilt2 764.021; gold coin and bullion,!
1104.0:4.232; gold ce rtlflcatea, 143.11.910.
Merr ork Money 'Market.
NEW TORK, Aug. 6-MONF.T-On call,
steady at 2VG3 pr cent; ruling rate. 2S
per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent; offered at
Is per cent. Time lotne, strong; sixty
days, 4 per cent; ninety days, 4S(H per
cent, six month. RS 1' cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-iSS
STERLING EXCHANGE-Firm at 84 SM0
C4 M5 for demand and St 14 8:46 for alxty
dev bill; poeted rates. 84 S3 and 84.84;
commercial bills, 14 81VS4 K.
SILVER Bar, 61Sc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, ateady; railroad,
Quotations on New York bonds today
were aa followa:
l 8. ref. In, res
17. 8. Xt. reg
l 8. old 4t, r
f. 8. new U. r
Am. Tobacco 4t. ..
Atrhlton Ren. 4t..
do td). 4l
Atlantic C. L 4l.
Btl. A Ohio 4l...
l"4Vjnpin M. 4 aerlea
n 4 f
I0".1 to v,i clft
.In84- ilo M sris
113 L N. unt 4...
Mm. f. (. t
.lit .M't Ontral 4t
l?t 1 rtn lJ inr
. TV 'Minn. A St. L. 4t
ll'S St.. K T. 4a....
.loin. a0 1,
. N. B. R. ot M. .
11 V. T. C. I Jt
Jti N. J. C. . ..
. ... ts
t't Nn PtclBc 4t. ..
B"k R. T. c. 4t Mvti do k
Ccmrtl of Oa. H.
Ill N. A W. c. 4i .
do lit Inc
do 14 Inc
do Id Inc
Che. A Ohio 4tt.
Chtctgo A A. I4.
C, B ft Q n. 4.
C, R 1. ft P 4t.
t o s L rfds 4i
tn Pcnn conr IWi.
T RMdlng sen. 4t.
107S !t. L. I. M c.
tH ft. U A 8. F. f 4l. Mvt
t Rt. b. W. c. 4l .. 71
71 Scitviird A U. 4S ... 7
JIVt So Piclni- 4l J
rc. s U 4..im do ui 4i rtfi th
1OI0. ind. St, tor. A. 77 ?o rhiwit ( nv
ICniono Mid 41...
T''4 Tent A P li i
71" T . St. L. A W. 4l . HS
, 10 10. a bo. 41...
! 0 il"
1 i,"1"- - "
tlH I nlon Piclnr 4i
to V. S. Steel td Si
S Wihiih ll
47 do deb. B
101 WwtMn Md 4l .
tl w A L. E. 4i .
104 Wis. Central 4i. .
do tin. 4i
Horklng Val. 4Si.
Boston Storks and Bonds
BOSTON, Aug. -Call loans, 34S per
cent; time loans, 6p5S per cent. Official
doting on stocka and bnndt:
Mm. Central 4
Boaton V Albany
Boaton A Matna.
Boiton Klevated .
spitchbura ptd .
('I A Hecla...
Coppr Range .
. . 14
. . lt
Maaa. Mlnlna ...
. . M Mont C. A C...
. .1MH Old Dominion
.. tft Oarcola
. . j Parrot
.. ll Dinner
. .l;u Trinity
.. SfiH.t'nlted Copper ..
..Km, t . g. Mining
.. !a,l 9 Oil
. .. 11 Victoria
. . 61 j Wolverine
.. fc North Rutta ....
. .ll'j Huite Coalition .
. . 2? i evada
... 3 tl. Arlaona..
.. 3) cumach
..loi Arliona Com ....
N. Y., N. H. A H.
Para Marquette ..
Amer. Arga. Chem.
Amer. Pncu. Tube.
Amer. T. A T
Amer. Woolen ....
Dominion 1. A 8
Rdlaon Elr. Illu. .
Masa. Elactrlo ....
Maea. Oae ,
See York Mining- Stocka.
NEW YORK. Aug. 6. Closing quotations
en mining stocks were:
Brunawlck Con ..
Con. cal. A Va...
Leadolle Coa ...
.. 1 Little Chief ...
. ,2&0 Ontario
Small Hopea ..
BERLIN, Aug. 6. Trading on the Bourse
today was quiet. Ruxxians were strong
upon the apparent failure of the geneial
strike. The Russian loan of 1902 closed at
PARIS, Aug. 6. Prlcea on the Bourse to
day were firm throughout. Russians were
buoyant on the reports that the general
strike was not making progress. Later
business was inactive except in Russians,
which had an upward tendency. Huaalan
Imperial 4a closed ' at 70.00 and Russian
bonds ot 1904 at 460.00.
OMAHA, Aug. . Bank clearings for to
day were: 81,630,152.67, and for the cor
responding date laat. .year. 11,644,264.44.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARtCET.
Condition of Trade and Quotations oa
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EGGS Receipts, liberal; fresh stock, 15
LIVE POULTRY Hena, 9&10c; roost
era, 6c; turkeys. 12'gloc, ducKs, 7c; spring
chlrketis, 13 14c per b.
BUTTKR backing etock, 14Vic; choice
fancy dairy, 16816c; creamery, iKfjXlHc
HAY I'rices quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: Receipts yesterday, 35 cars; choice
upland, IH.oO; medium, 8c. uO; coarse, 87'tf
8.u. Rye straw, 86 60.
BRAN Per ton, l.0O.
TOMATOES Home grown, per basket of
20 lbs., 60c.
WAX BEAN&-Per market basket of
about 15 lba., 85c.
TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROT'S-Per
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouae, per doi.
CELERY Per dos 80c.
CUCUMBERS Home grown, per dos ,
ONIONS Home grown, 3e per lb.
GREEN ONIONS Per doi bunches, 20c.
RADISHES Per doi. bunches, loc.
POTATOES Per bu., 65c.
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. 11.85; No. 2, 11.78.
LIMA BEANS Per lb., &Hc.
GREEN PEI'PERS-Per market basket,
OR ANGEa .ieu.it 1 uiaii.i etveets, all
aires. )4.(a4.60; Valenclaa, all aises, 5.0ft
LEMONS Llmonlera, extra fancy, i4o
else, 86.00; 300 size, 86.76; 360 size, 87.25; other
brandu, J1.0O leea
BANANAS Per medlum-alzed bunch.
81. 75(2. 25; lumboe, 12.603.00.
PI N EAPPLES Florida, alzea. 24. 30 and
PEACHES Yellow freestone, 1100; Mis
souri Elbertas. nor 4-basket crate, 81.00:
PLUMS California, 11.80411.78.
BLACKBERRIES Per 24-ot. crate, 82.26.
PEARS California. 82.60 per box.
WATERMELONS Per lb., 10. or about
90(fi 35c ?ach
CANTELOUPES Colorado and Arizona,
Per crate tstandardl. 83. sC; ponies. 32.50;
Texas, per crate (about 45 melons;, 42.75;
CUT MEAT PRICES.
No. 1 ribs. 12c; No. 2 rlbe. 10c; No. 3 ribs,
c: No. 1 loins, lec; No. 2 loins, lzc; No.
3 loins. c: No. 1 chuck. 5Vc; No. 2 chuck,
4Sc; No. 3 chuck, 3s; No. 1 round. 8S,c;
INo. 2 round, 7c; No. 8 round, 3c; No. 1
piaie, ac; io. 1 piate, zhc; No. 3 plate, 2c.
CIDER Per keg, 83.76. per bbl., 85.75.
HONEY New, per it lba.. 83.60.
CHEESE 8 wlaa, new, loc. Wisconsin
prick, kc; Wisconsin iimborger, 12c; twins,
13Hc; young Americas, 16c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1, soft shells, new
crop, per lb., ltVo; hsrd shells, per lb,
13Sc. Pecans, large, per lb., 14c; amall, per
lb., 12c. Chili walnuts, per lb., l.'uUrjc
Almonds, aoft ahella, per lb, 17c; hard
shells, per lb., 16c. Cocoanuls, 84.00 per sack
SUGAR Granulated cane, In bbla., 85.2C
granulated cane, In aacka, 85.21; granulated
beet, in aacka, 10.U.
SIRUP In bbls., Y.c per gal.; In caaea.
6 10-lb. cans, 81.70; cases, 11 6-lb. cans, 8180;
caaea. 24 2-Ib rana, 11.85.
COFFEE Roasted, No 85. 25Hc per lb.;
No. . 20c per lb.; No. 25, ltic per lb.; No.
JO, 15c per lb. ; No. 21, 12Hc per lb.
LTKEU fibh ramny wnitensh, per
quarter ddi., iui 111a., ii uj, nurway mac k
eral, No. 1, 28.00; No. 2, 826.00; No. 3, toi.Ou;
Irish, No. 8, 816 00; barring, in bbls., 200 lbs.
each, Norway, 4k, 112.00; Norway, 3k, 113.00;
Holland, mixed. 111. 'XI; Holland herring. In
kesa. milkers. 80c: kega. mixed. 70c.
CANNED GOODS-Corn, standard west
ern. bU3c; Maine, 11.15. Tomatoer, I lb.
cans, 31.06iSl.4O; I-lb , 7Hcl O0. Plneap
plea, grated. 2-lb., S2 062.J; sliced, tl .fcftf
120; gallon applea, fancy, 13 00; California
apricots. 11 76v- 00; peara, 81 75&2.50; peachea,
fancy, II 7oS2. 40; M C. peaches. 83.0u"a2 bu.
Alaaka aalmon, red, 11 26; fancy Chinook, F..
82 10; fancy anckeye. F.. 31 K; Sardinia,
oil, 12.60; muitard. 32('e3 10. Sweet po
tatoes. 111,15115; situerkiaut. tl 00; pump
kina. SOcfcll.OO; wax beana, Mb., 7M3nc;
lima beana, 2-lb., 76c4tl 35; anlnach, 1135;
cheap peas, I-lh., 0c; extra, '.Iv'fc, fai'cy
HIDES AND TALLOW Green Baited,
No. 1. 12c: No. , lH4o; full hldea ma
freen hldea. No. 1, 10e; No 1 8c; hone,
1.6.-S3 Jo; sheep pelts. 50cetl.26. Tallow, No
1, 4c; No. ?. Sc.
WOOL-Per lb.. 18!2oc.
ST LOUIS. Mo.. Aug. .-WOOL Steady;
medium grades, combing aad clothing. 239
2sc: light fine, l8ic. avy Una, 14'dn.7c;
tub washed, 82i4oajC,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Best Cttle Stead, Others Blow tod
HOGS SELL STEADY TO SOME EASIER
Large Rn of Sheep and l.amba. with
Demaad (toad and Prieea
Steady aa a Rale-Htitls
80VTH OMAHA. Aug. , 190
Cattle. Hvg. Sheet.
Same day last seek..
Same two weeks ago..
Same three weeks ago
fame four weeks ago..
Same day last year...
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATB.
The following table ahowa the receipts ol
cattle, hoga and aiteep at South Omaha (or
the year to date, compared with laat year:
I. 1905. inc.
65.1.142 Sitf.i5 M7
8,i&! 877, 166
The following will ahow lb prlcea paid
Cor the different klnda of cuttle on the
bouth Omaha market:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers 86.5'V38 00
Fair to good corn-fed ateera 4 .65 -$S.B0
Common to fair corn-fed eteera.... 4.8i4t.H
Good to choice cows and hetfers... 8.4ift1.16
Fair to good cowa and heifers W
Common to fair cows and heifers.. 1.602.71
Onod to choice stockers A feeders. 1.604.00
Fair to good Blockers and feeders., I 2HI M
Common to fair atockera. 10iv3.2S
Bulls, stags, etc I Gt.S4.00
Veal calves 75tj.7l
The following tai.ro nun t v average
price of hoga at South Omaha for Jhe laat
several daya. with comparlaonat
tate. 1808. 1308. 19O4.l08.l0. 101. 11900.
I 66 ,
I 6 62HI
4 ! I 81
8 47 I
1 66 , 6 041
6 601 6 111
8 58, 6 11
6 51i t 1U
6 50i 6 ll
I 6 08,
411 6 70
6 15 I
7 66 , 8 47(
7 4i 6 dm 5 08
7 62 6 61
6 67 6 16
5 76; 8 II
RANGE OF TRICES.
Omaha tl.76fiS.75 40T"q..45
Chicago 1.2fVa40 6. 4. 70
Kansas Cltv 20120 &x.'nu-
9t. Louis 2OglS00 6 4XWJ6.55
Sioux City 2.5tK0.l5 5 8ji6.30
SATURDAY S SHIPMENTS.
The following- showe the number of earn
of stockers and feeders shipped to the coun
try ana ineir points or destination:
John Tlmm. Council Bluffs, la R. I.... l
W. L. Andrews, Geneae, III. R. 1 2
O. Milla, Manilla. la.-MII 1
E. J. Tadlock. Mondnmln la X W t
O. Sampson, Oakland. Neb. M. O.... 1
J. J'arJlocK. Hloomrle d. Neb. M. A O.. S
A. May born. Endlcott. Neb. Q 1
SHE rcp n -n
Frank Hurshey, Gibbon. Neb U. P 1
F. Curtis, Jonesvllle, Neb. Q 1
J. R. Kelney, Tipton. Miuh. H. 1 1
The official number of cara of atoclc
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle, hoga. She p. ll r i
C, M. & St. P
Missouri PHCine 1
l nlon Pacific svstem 39 4
C. . N. W., east.... 1 2
C. & N. W., west 116 17
C, St. P., M. A O ... 2 2
C. B. ft Q , east 1 2
C, B. ft Q.. west. ...113 8
C, R. I. ft P., east 6
K. 1. ft v., west , .. I
illlnola Central t 1
Chicago Great West'n... l
Total recelpta 272 47 67 88
The disposition of the day's recelnta waa
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num.
per or neaa indicated:
Omaha Packing Co 612 468
Swirt and Company 1,192 747
Cudahy Packing Co 1,250 31
Armour & Company 910 8W
Vansant ft Co
Lob man ft Co
W. I. Stephen
Hill ft Son
Huston ft Co
Hamilton ft Rothschild
L. F. Husz
J. B. Root ft Co
Bullan ft Kline
8. ft S 3S4
Bodden , 260
Other buyera 649 4.603
Total 5,748 3.082 ,4S8
CATTLE There was a liberal run of cat
tle this morning, made up entirely of west
erns, but the recelpta vere very short of
last Monday s excessive run. Among the
offerings were some pretty decent beef
cattle, but not very many cOrnfeda. Xne
market aa a whole was not very satisfac
tory to sellers.
With large receipts of grsss beef steers
packers were In a position to take their
time, and the market as a whole was, in
consequence very slow and dull. Sellers
seemed to feel tnat they were entitled to
a little higher prlcea and were generally
asking more for their holdings. On the
other hand, buyera could not aee It that
way and they were paying only about
steady prlcea lor the best carf!e. Now and
then something changed hands that looked
a little strong, but not often. The market
on the medium to common kinds waa very
unsatisfactory, buyera neglecting them
very largely, ao that aellere found It a
difficult matter to unloau even at weak
The market on cows and heifers waa In
very miitn the same condition aa that on
beef steers. Buyers went through the
yards and picked out the beat loads, paying
generally prlcea that looked about on a
par wltn last Friday, but they generally
skipped the common and meaium loads,
which were extremely hard to move. The
result was that tt waa well along toward
midday before anything like a clearance
Stockera and feeders were In light supply
and for that reason good cattle of that
description sold at steady prices, with now
and then a ssle at poaalbly strong figures.
At. rr. No.
,.1000 I to It
, .lftll 4 11 16 ,
..10(0 t 40 It
..1111 4 te
... lit 1 71 I
. . 7M in j
. . 144 I It 1
.. M0 I 10 I
.. 770 1 10
,. to I 00 I
.. lit I la t
..1IM 140 1
..1404 I 71
A v. rr.
.llat I 40
.im 4 7t
..1U7 1 Tt
...110 t ti
...lilt I li
... Ill III
440 I tt
. M0 I 40
..1714 I 71
MO I 16 I
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
... i'l I 6
1240 I tl
8 M) IS
2 steers.. ..1065 4 00 11 cows
10R8 2 85
6 cows 946 2 26
971 t 00
1 bull ll'to Z 05
1 cow "0 2 15
1 cow. .
.. 710 1 76
2 cowa 976
2 cows 836 2 15 1 cow 1100
11 corns m 2 40 9 cows..
12 calves... 251 4 25 1 steer..
872 2 40
700 2 26
1 steer 770 2 75 13 steers.... 6t8
1 heifer.... 390 2 00 10 heifers... 643
I cows S6 2 26 1 steer 670
8 steers.... 808 3 00 15 cows 817
W. J. McCuliough Neb.
881 2 60
9n8 2 60
.1215 2 60
. HHi 3 W)
. lot t 60
. 66 2 00
2 calvea. .
210 4 tO
646 2 35
Agnew ft Ord Wyo.
. 2 90
L. Lund Neb.
7 helfera... 648 2 60 1 heifer....
4 calves... 2X0 4 Ou 2 calves...
1 steers.. ..loss 4 26
E. Scott Neb.
13 cows and heifers
14 cows 902 2 3o 1 heifer....
3 heifers... M0 1 90
2 cows &6 2 26 2 cows
1 bull 13") 2 26 1 bull
1 calf j0 2 76 1 calf
2 calvea... 160 I 00
W. 8. Carpenter Wyo.
40 steers.. ..1336 4
4 cows 1016 8 00 16 cowa
M. Stark Idaho.
Joe Brown Neb.
6 feeders.. 7A0 3 25 88 feeders..
24 cows 969 2 66 6 cos s
6 steers.. ..llou I 26
C. F. White Neb.
f feeders.. 846 8 10
Otto Jurglns Neb.
1 feeder... 1130 3 66 2 feeders..
690 2 16
160 6 U0
769 2 80
6t 2 00
&S6 8 00
1110 2 25
2o0 4 26
947 2 60
. 930 8 00
. W 111
10W 2 46
4 feeders.. 3 65 6 cows
29 cowg 967 2 b6 4 bulla.
X bull 1460 1 26
C. J. Craven S. D.
33 feeders. .IMA 4 10
51 areera ... T76 t 00 8 afeera.... 778 1 f5
lit.X 4(4 Slow and generally 80 lowrr"
waa the ay Chicago was sending out Its
market earlv, and a message of mat kind
at a time when buyers were very beerlsrt
In their views wss sufficient to offset the
light run. The result waa that In spits
of the fact that receipts were small even
for a Monday, the trade was very slow
and the lendencv esslr
To go more Into details, good hog, at
least good light ones, generally sold at
steady prlcea, but heavy hogs were un
evenly lower. I-ight Insda sold isrgely at
t Mj.jn. the same as Saturday, with a
few of the best up to 885. One fancy load
of hogs, of the kind that doea not see the
market once a month, sold st 3 46. The
trade, however, wss slow even on the good
There were some shipping orders ror
heavy hogs, but even they were not Suffi
cient to prevent a good many hogs from
elltng st lower prices thsn last Saturday.
What has been said of the mnrket on
several davs of late regarding the uneven
ness of prices would spply equally well t"
dav. Iads of practically the same qual
Itv and weight would receive bids thst
were 10e apart, and It was not Infrequently
the case that they had to sell that way.
As will be noted from the aales beloiv,
heavy hogs sold largely at W-Ofan-la. the
same as on Saturday, hut the number of
loads above that range was smaiier emu
the proportion at the lower prices larger.
No. A Sh. r. No.
I 171 ... t "0 41 .
tt II to 4 st To .
1 171 IO I OI tt. .
170 40 t 01 tl .
It 7 0 4 0
10 lit I 14 tl .
tl fl 10 1 Ot It..
tl 171 SO I 07 71..
11 11 ... t 10 tt..
tt I't SO t 10 tt. .
ft I7 ... tin Ti
ll HI 40 t I" It. .
H ! ... 4 I to
ll 171 ... t li
It II 40 t II X .
ai ..m an t tt 11 .
A. Sh. Fr
.til to 4 :i
.M0 1 4 tl
. 111 itt t tt
. . lit
. lit 106 t It
. t ... tw
. Ut 19 t tl
. t lie t tt
..! H III
.141 0 t H
..HI IS t II
..lit 140 I II
..1ST ... rt
.t ISO I 17
.114 40 I 10
at in no am M t"f
it til 40 I 11 tt M ... t to
K 11 ... I It 1 4 IS
11 4 110 t it It rM ... I n
ti 111 40 I n 10 in ... t n
71 ui m 1 ttu. 11 Ill ... I ti
47 Ill 44 I M 14 lt 4 a
10 147 ... 4 10
1 t70 SO I 10 1 ttt SO I M
1 Tie ... 1 to 1 i ... 4 00
1 tio ... 4 00
SHEEP-Recelpts of sheep were the
heaviest since the rsnge season opened. In
fsct. the heaviest of any day alnce April.
When the feeders are operating on the
maiket It many times seems as If the
heavier the recelpta the better the market,
and that was true this morning. The barn
was full of feeder buyers, even If It was a
Monday, and as a eonsldersble proportion
of the receipts consisted of their kind, the
trade waa active and fully steady. The
offerings changed hands about aa fast as
thev could be sorted and weighed tip, and
the" great big bulk of all the receipts hsd
been disposed of long before midday.
Feeder buvere paid as much SS tb.10 for
lambs and 85.40 for yearllnga.
The surplv of really desirable fat sheep
and lamba 'waa not very large and only
about equal to the packers' requirements.
The result waa mat tne me " ',r
stuff was also fairly active and fenerally
IMUIL WOO icnj 1 " ' ' " " - t,-A at
steady. In a few Instancea prlcea l"k!T5
little weak, but operatora were Renrally
calling the market as above, that is,
"yuoutlons on killers: Good to choice
spring Ismbs. . 797.40; fair to good spying
lamb" 86.2Mi6.75; good to 'J'"
t5.35G6.76: fair to good y e arl Ings 85
6.35; good to choice wethers, 84
. . 1." j irwt7S: sood to choice
iwea. I4.3ff4 -5: fair to good ewes. I3.M0
4.3". . t ta 1ft:
Quotations on reenern. i. .mv. IV y. ..
,...,nn. I50OS6.40: wethers. 4.504..6,
4! Oregon wether culls
2V) Oregon wether feeders
N8 Oregon wether feeders
4A0 Oregon wether feeders
pi 4 on
101 4 65
101 4 65
101 4 60
96 4 12V4
$3 8 00
M 4 10
94 4 40
85 4 40
96 4 75
96 4 75
71 6 80
66 6 12Vt
50 NebrasKa ewes
14 Idaho ewe cull feeders
45ft Idaho ewes
815 Idaho ewea
9t Idaho ewee
74 Idaho wethers
623 Idaho wethera
119 Idaho ewes ana wetnera....
11 Nebraska lambs
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Fifteen Cents Higher,
Hoses "teady to Lower.
CHICAGO. Aug rCAIrRKr,her'
o 110 Market for best 15c higher.
others steady: common to prime steers.
arwcKn. I5 7MM.60: heirers, .
6.26; buns, ts.w-1-. -
Stockers snd .v.t for
HOGS Receipts, 38.000 head. Market for
tTpr r hea ils: medium to good
Hht ateady. others 6C lower, cnnii;
head. Market strong: sheer 84 28.0.
yearlings. b.m2t: lamps. t.-n....
ew York I-Ire Stork Market.
NFW YORK. Aug. S.-BEEVES-Re-eelnt.
4 84 "head; common grades, alow:
cows 1.2f8H.OO. Dressed beef dull,
e" pound." common western beef as low
"cALVES-Recelpts. 8.701 head; veals In
fair demand snd steady; ura-sers snd but
iermllks. 25c lower: veals sold s t :
e-raasers and buttermilks. 83.flO-gj.50. city
f?eVed veals. tri2V: country dressetf.
. ! . 1 at VfllOc
i.TTTirn avrH t.AMBS Receipts,
head- sheep steady: common ana mnnuu,
iambi, steady ; prime and c noire lambs
lvei5e higher: sheep. t-J.or.OO per hundred
pounds; lambs. ? rar f 1
HOGS-Recelpts. 6.9M head: market firm
to 10c hlsher: state and Pennsylvania hoga
sold at 7.J0ff7.25.
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 6 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 11.000 head. Including 2,000 heed of
southerns; market strong to 10o higher;
choice export and dressed beef steers, 8o.40
66 20; fair to good. 34 018635; western fed
steers 83.7WI; stockers and feeders,
83 26414. 60; southern steers. 82. 77x34.50; south
ern cows. 12.00.98 25; ns live cow,, K.OOJ4.26;
native heifers, 83.80iti6.26; bulls. 82.16u.o0;
calves. 82.60j6.50. t A
HOGS Receipts, 7,809 head; market
opened weak and closed strong; top 86 40;
bulk of sales, M.303.35; heavy. 6.28fcb.30i
packers. 36.268.377; lights. 86.38.40; pigs.
SHEEP AND IAMBS - RecelpU, 600
head; market strong; lamba, 5.5orp;6 70; fed
ewea and yearllnga, 84.26ai5.26; western fed
yearllnga, t4.754j.76; western fed sheep,
t4.Omii6.75; stockers and feeders, 3.5Gtje.25.
SI. Lonla Lire Stark Market.
BT. LOUI8, Aug. 8,-Recelpts, 8,800 head.
Including 3.600 head of Texans; market
ateady; native shipping and export steers,
84 6fj6.00; dressed beef and butcher steers,
H 606. 60; stockers snd feeders, 82 00&4.26;
steers under 1,000 pounds. 83.264 40; owe
and heifers. 83 26S.oO; canners. Il.50oj2.00;
bulls, 12 0H4J4.00; calvea, 83 00iij6 00; Texas
and Indian steers, 88 3646.00; cows and
HOGS Hecelpta, 8,500 head; market
steady; plga snd llghta, 86.4066; packers,
t4 0O4j60; butchers and best heavy, 34 400
SHEEP AND I -A MBS Reoelpta, 1.000
head; market higher; native muttons, 83.00
6.60; lambs, 34.0C3.7O; culls and bucka,
W -&. 00.
St. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Aug. A CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,011 bead; market steady; natives,
t4A36 90; Texas westerns, 83.6036.25; cows
and heifers, I1.60S4 26; stockers and feed
HOGS-Recelpts. 4,430 head; market
ateady. cloeed weak to 6c lower; light,
ttftfteiK; medium and heavy, 16. W$ 4.26;
bulk of aalea, 66.1&4M 36.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3,423
head; market steady.
c 11 r. i . 1 - ' - -
Sloaa City Lira Itaek Market.
8IOUX CITY. Ia.. Aug. t.-Specal Tele
gram ) CATTLE Receipts. 1.600 head;
market stronger; stockers steady; beevea,
t4.tVa.16; cowa, bulls and mixed. 12.6034 60;
stockers and feeders, H-OOt OO, calves and
yearlings. 12 75a3 86.
HOGS Recelpta, 1200 head; market 6c
lower, felling at 85. 55.36.30; bulk of aalea,
-Stack la Sight.
Receipts of live stork at the sis prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 1.200 3.230 16,600
Bloux City 1.600 8,2nO
Kanaaa City 11,000 7.600 600
St. Joaeph 1.011 4.40 8.428
St. Louia ." 8.6 l.OtiO
Chicago 23.100 88.0U0 20,000
...60,411 68,140 88,423
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Fraita
NEW YORK, Aug. 8. EVAPORATED
APPLES The market la without chanae;
crime, limine: choice, ll.snic: fancy.
12c. Pranea are said to be firmer on the
coaat although buyera are hard to Interest
at snv sdvance In pticea
California dried Fr.urrs-prunes
are In llja-tit auooly on soot, with ?0s to Va
quoted at TH&c, and Oregon 40s to 2os at
7ttrHc Arrlcota are prartlrall- at
Standstill; fancy, hc. peaches are un
changed; choice. l'tillc; estra rhnU.
11'0I1V: f'ncy. Iliii2c; extra fanry, l?fl
11V-. Ralatns are In steady demand; loose
muacatel. T87c; seeded ral'lns, sic-c; Lon
don layers, nominal.
NEW TORK. Aug. -COTTOV-Ppot
closed easy; mttlllng urlnd, lO.TOc; mid
dling gulf. 1 !: ssles. 206 bales
SIT. IMl". Mo. Atlg 6 VTTON
Steady; middling. IOV' Sales none; re
ceipts none; shipments 7t) bales, stork
NEW ORLEANS. Aug 6 - COTTON-etpot
closd steady, sales. 1.060 bale. I,ow or
dtntiry. 11 ordlnarv. 1 !. nominal;
gocd ordlnarv. c; low middling. 9 7-1V;
middling. Irt5-I6c. good middling. 10 11-lAC;
middling fslr. It 3-lv. nominal; fair. 11 3-lc,
nominal. Receipts. 62 bales; slock, 84,4a)
Oil and Roilit,
NEW YORK. Aug. 6 -OII-R-Cottnnaeed
oil, dull; prime crude, t. o. b., mills. tf"i
Jfc; prime yellow, 877138c Tetroleum,
ey; refined New York. 7 SO; PhlladeU
f hla and Baltimore. 17 5T; prime In bulk,
4 4V Turpentine, stesdy, 60$ "OHc.
ROBIN Steady; strslned common td
goon. It nnayi.ns.
OIL CITY. Pa . Atig. 6 OIL Credit bal-
ancea. 818. Shipments, 1M.67B bbls.; av
erage. M,?l bbla.; runs, 114,400 bbla.; aver
age, rates bhla; shipments. Urns 106.1M,
sverAge flO.OJJ; runs, Lima 67,642, average
laaar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Aug l-SUGAR-Raw,
firm; fair refining. 3Sc; centrifugal, 98
test. STtic; molassrs sugar, I l-lVft3V: re
fined, him; No . 4. 3np; No. 7. 4 tic; No. 8,
; No. 9. 4 15c; No. 10. 4 liV; No. 11.
4 06c; No. 12. t.oor; No. 13. 8 95c: No. 14.
8c; cop'ectloners A 4 7Bc; mould A. 8.85c;
cut joar. snoc; crushed. 5"c; powdered,
6ooc;v granulated. 4nc; rubea, 8.16c.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug . BUOAR
Pteady; open kettle, centrifugal, 843 7-16c!
centrifugal yellows, 8S0-4c; seconds. 2
HONORS FOR AN OMAHA GIRL.
Eastern Papers Pralae Stage naaelagf
of Miss Beth Stone at At
According to New York papers Mtsg
Peth Stone, sn Omaha girl, has been win
ning merited applause on the eastern
stage. She Is the daughter of Frank Stone
of the register of deeds office. She re
cently appeared In "The Utile Cherub" at
the Savoy theater st Atlantic City and
rernlved special mention In the criticisms
In the metropolitan papera. The New Tork
Herald commented on the popularity of
her dancing turn with Miss Winona Win
ters. The New York Telegrsph ssld: "Bettt
Stone, a newcomer, Is one of the greatest
Of dancers, on the Bessie Clayton style,
but tf anything better." Thla Is conald
ered among theatrical folk about the high
est praise that could be accorded a dancer.
The company will go to New York In a
few days. With the same company Is Miss
May Naudain, alao an Omaha girl. Mist
Stone waa In On aba last season with "Tha
CO-OPERATION FOR THE BONDS
Commercial Clnb Will Aid Andltortnnt
Board In Campaign to Com
The committee appointed by the Com
mercial club to devise means of raising
money to complete the Auditorium met
Monday noon at the Commercial club
rooma and decided to Co-operate with the
Auditorium board of directors In the sal
of 350,000 aecond mortgage bonds. A cam
paign for subscriptions for these bonds ts
to be started at once, and none are to be
delivered until lin.ono worth Is sold, nor
are the subscriptions to be binding until
that amount Is sold. The bonds are to be
Issued. September J. The committee hag
already secured promises of enough sub
scriptions to glva a nice start snd it only
remains to get the signatures on paper.
Bee Want Aas for Business Boosters.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
United Real Estate and Trust corn-
any to Fred Ravan, win n lot
ft. Hartman'a add 3 838
Homer H. Haner and wife to J. E.
Larson, lots 8 and f, block 16,
North Omaha add 13S
H. A. Tuttle to Peter Kandilor. et
al s44 ft. e70 ft. lot 7. block 849,
Orlalnsl Plat Sns
Jamea Barrett to Mason Blakemsn,
101 t, oiocK as, r lorence 36
P. W. Blrkhauaen and wife to Delia
H. Met hire, lots 2 and 3, block 34,
William 8. Hlllle to B. 8 Van Hob-
sen, lot 10. H H a' add
P. R. Linton and wife to Kate Rem
nant, all property In the state of
Julia E. Brewer and husband to
Sophia A. GafTord, n4 of lot 4 and
sl6 ft of lot I, block 77. South
Eddie L. Spencer to Franseaka Mor-
Inelll. W83 ft. lot 1. block 92 4.800
Alice Copeon to Julia F. Herrlck,
nioo rt. lot 4, block 260, n of the n
line section 27 1.200
Same to same, same 1
Harry L. Copson to Julia F. Herrlck,
Fred Kavan to Frank Tomsu and
wife. wt. nVt lot SO. Hart men a add. 1.600
The Northern Counties Investment
Trust. Llm. to Mabel V. Shinier,
beg. 200 ft. s and 80 ft. w of nw
corner lot 4, block 142, thence s
78 4-7 ft 11760
Mabel V. Shlmer and husband, to.
Barker company, same...,..- 12,800
Emanuel Long to Joseph Bansterl,
s n nw 8-16-13, also 24 ft. of
John McDonald to F. Gutmann, w2S
ft. of e75 ft. lot 7, block 76, South -Omaha
Omaha Street Railroad company to
umana tt council ttiurra K&uroaa
company, lot 45, S. E. Koger'a Oka
homa add, leas w66 ft. and w block
7, 8. E. Roger's sdd 1
Laura A. Robbtns to John C and
John T. Coatsworth, lot 8, block 8,
Shull s 2d add , 1.2M
Vaclav Raha and wife to Fra nk
Herjnek, aH lot 1 block 8, Potter At
Cobb's 2d sdd, South Omaha 1,000
W. and J. Mason Nelson to Sarah V.
Rardln, lot 10, block L Hanacorn
C. Z. Crenshaw to Arthur W. Atkln-
son. nV lot 1. nH lot 2 and e7 ft,
of n lot 2. Buell s subdtv 1.800
Gustav Anderson and wife to Hsttle
L. Heunve. lot IS. block "A." Idol
ford and Grossman's add I
Margaret C. Ragan and husband to
Oussle Eddy, lot 13, block 18,
Kountse Place 1800
Josephine Wolsensky and husband to
Henrietta Herts Brostrup, lot 17,
block 6, Deer Psrk 300
Ellen D. Crelgh to Msry 1. Cretgh,
lot 1. block 2. Marches' add 1
Emma L. Nelson snd husband to
L. J. Cohens, lot 12, block 6, 1st add,
South Omaha 1,184
Ellen G. Wilson and husband to
Frank E. Mattlsen. lot 72. Fair
mount Place 1.860
Western Union TeL Ca
Price and particulars upon apnUoatlota,
A. B. LEACII & CO.
CHICAOO B04T0N PHILADELPHIA
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