Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1906)
THE OMAHA DAILY- BEE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1906.
CRA1N AND PRODUCE MARKET
Early Houri of feraion Lo:k Bright fo
CLOSE SHOWS CONSIDERABLE. DECLINE
Receipt gprlnsi Wheat la North
nl Will Henceforth B Factor
4Ttrarot Flgnre aa
Car Am RsllUh.
OMAHA, Aurot 10, incut.
There was tame early selling and a
tendency to low.r prices, . but they becam
Arm again on higher Liverpool cahlea and
talk of better export demaned. There was
and advance) of nearly He but trade was
Hint aa everybody vat Inclined to await
e government naurea at noon. The rtrt
considered bearish on winter win at,
but sllgntly bullish on spring. Aa thia was
out wnai waa expected, price slioaed
very little change. Just before the clns...
however, the. market lost, closing Sc lower
Cssh demand Is not strong, and though
receipts ar falling off, they are atlll larger
thiol last year. Receipts of spring wheat
in tha north wee t will be a factor fiom
now on. If weather is favorable.
Opening prjee on corn were weak on
favorable Weather In the corn belt, hut the
September shorts soon became anxious
and begin buying, Hie option advancing.
Government figures were considered bearish
and the deferred futures became easier,
closing unchanged. September was Sc up.
Primary wheat receipts were ss3,00 bu.
and shipments 1,04,070 bu , against receipts
last year of 835,000 bu. and shipments of
400.000 bu. Corn receipts were 177.100 bu.
and shipments 380.000 bu., against receipts
lsst year- f 404.000 bu. and shipments of
413.000 bu. Clearances were 73.000 bu. wheat,
It, 76 bbls. flour, 120.000 bu. corn and 1,000
Liverpool closed 444 -higher on wheat and
Hd lower on corn.
Local range of options:
mixed new, 4a Td; old, 4a M; fti'urea, quiet;
September, 4e 7d; December, 4s 7Sd.
'HOI'S At London (Pacific coast; steady,
iC 6s4 Is.
SEW YORK OKtRRtli M4RK ET
of the Day oa
NEW TORK. Aug 10 FLOCR Re-
celpts, 15.791 bbl.; exports. 13.S!i lilh . : mar-
quiet And barely steady; .Minnesota
14 tfilrd.sn; Minnesota iaers, .
winter patents. t4.R5S4.2.-i; winter
straight. UTT-aian; winter extras, 12 9
3 40: winter low grades, 117.V0.1 ).
flour, quiet; fair to good, Vi!ui it;
In m y. i.HCrf4 on.
Articles ! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tes'y
A asked. R bid.
Omaha Cash galea.
WHEAT No. I hard, cars. 6T4)C; No. 4
bard, 1 car. 66c .
CORN-No. t. 1 car. 46M.
Oaiaba Caih Prices.
1 WHEAT No. t hard. MM7Hc; No. t
hard, MSo; No. 4 hard. 6⁣ No. I
CORN-No. t. 4l5Vifi46c; No. a yellow. 46
s346c: No. a white, 47o. .
OATS No. 8 mixed. 29c; No. a 'white,
aoc; No. 4 whits, 2Hc.
RTU-No. J, 61 He; No. a. 5Cc.
, , Carlo! Receipts.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 44 82 220
Kansas City 36 11
Minneapolis , 160
Omaha . - 84 76 . 5
Duluth t 29
St. Louis ... ... u io eo
CnpNMKAL Steadv: white and yellow.
tl St'fil.26; coarse, tl.l"T-12; kiln dried,
12 2 DO
RYE Nominal; No. I western, 63c, c I. f..
WHEAT Receipts, 11500 bu. ; exports.
K.9VS bu. Spot market barely stsady; No.
2 red. 77.c In elevator and 79c f. o. b.
ami afloat; No. 1 northern Dul'ith. 84c
f. o. b. and afloat; No. 2 hard winter, 8"c
f. o. b. and afloat. The option market was
steady eurly, but broke later on the bear
ish crop report, closing H4iHo net lower,
11s follows: May, 84Vc; September, 7c; De
cember, 81 c.
CORN Receipts. 60,400 bu.; export. 119.
7t0 bu. Spot market firm; No. 2. uAe In
elevator and S7o f. o. b. and afloat; No. 2
yellow, 81c; No. 2 white, 62c The option
market was easy at first, tecovered later
mi a good cash demand and light recelpta.
reacting on the crop report imd clirslng
unchanged to Sc higher, as follows; Sep
teinber, 6Hc; December, 634.C.
OATK Receipts, 19,600 bu. ; exports, 17,
S15 bu.' Hpot market steely; mixed, 28 to
32 lbs., .Die, natural white, 30 to 3.1 lbs..
3S"fr:fio: clipped white, 3 to 40 lbs.. 42i(M4e.
HAU Steady; shipping, 66875c; good to
HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
lo crop, Kpl7c; 1804 crop, nominal; olds,
nominal; Paclflo coast. 1906 crop,. HQlSc;
14 crop, Uc; old, nominal.
HIDE8 Firm; Galveston, 20 to 28 lbs..
20c; California,; 21 to 26 Iba., 21c; Texas
dry, 24 to 30 lbs., 19c.
PROVT8IONSBef. quiet; family. 110 00
611.00; mess, t8.fygl 60; beef hams, 121.003
it 60; packet, It' Otriil.lO; city, extra India
mess, 15..V618 80. Cut meats, easy;
pickled bellies, 111501126; pickled shovil
ders, g 258.76; pickled hams $12 26T12.7
Iard, easy; western prime, I 8'KS8; re
fined, easy; continent, t 30; South
America. 810.00; compound, $T.12t4i&7 STV,.
Pork, barely steady; family, 119 K&19.f)0;
short clear. $17.COSl19.00; mesa, $18. as-S 18.78.
TALLOW Steady; city, 6c; country. 4
RICE4 Steady; domestic, fair to extra,
IHH; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm. Street prlee: Extra
creamery, 2iio22Hc. OfTiclal prices: Cream
ery, common to extri. 14519'o renovatc!(,
common to extra, 13W319c; weslo-rn factory,
common to extra, lStll'c; western imi-tutl-m
creamery, extras, 18c; flrats, 17i17Vio.
CHEESE Steady; state full cream, large
fsbcy, llHc; state fair to good. USUVc;
state, small fancy, 11 Vic; state fair to
good. lOWalle; stste. Inferior, 10c.
KOGB rttikfr; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white. 24&26o; ststa
choice, 2;''i5c; state mixed extra, Zi'u.lic;
western firsts, I8QI8H0; western seconds,
POL'LTRY Llve,steady; western chlck
et, 14c; .fowls, TSHc; turkeys. 11c;
dressed. Irregular; western chickens, II
18c; turkeys. ll18c; fowls. 1013Vc.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
. Festarss. af tha Trad In a and CloalngT
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. 10 Official prediction of
a record-breaking crop of wheat for the
United Slates caused an easy tone today
In the local wheat market. At the close
September wheat waa off mc. Corn and
oats were practically unchanged. Provis
ions were a shade higher to 5,i7VsO lower.
The publication of the government report
came late in me aay ana injectea aome an
imation into a previously Inert session. Ac
cording to the government experts the total
yield of wheat 1n the United States this
year will amount to Tofi.OiJO.OOO bu., as com
pared with an actual' yield last year of
lttio.000 bu. The oi.Tiai statistics inai-
cated a decline' of 4.6 points In the condition
of spring wheat, but this was more than
offset by the enormous total yield of winter
and spring wheat. The government report
caused considerable profit-taking and re
sulted In moderate declines. Early In the
day the market, held quite firm as a result
of a fata, advance In the price of wheat at
Iverpool, which, U was said, was due to a
scarcity of Russian offerings. The close
was weak. September opened c lower to
fee higher at TVWniiH''. "old up to 72Ho and
then Reclined to 71iU,72o.. . The close was at
72c.' Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 142,900 bu. Exports for the week
aa shown by Bradstreet's were equal to
3,2a,O0O bu. Primary receipts were 883,000
bu., compared with $35,000 bu. the corres
ponding day one year ago. Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of 1U8
cars, against M& cars last week and $ cars
a- year ago.
A. total yield this year of 2.681.000.000 bu.
of corn, aa Indicated by the government re
port, had a weakening effect on the corn
market In general. The September delivery,
however, was upheld by small local receipts
and light stocks. Trading during the day
was not of large volume. The market for
distant deliveries closed weak, but the
nearby options were steady. September
opened H-SVio lower at 4fl'4He. sold be
wn 4fin and 800 and closed at 4kc. Local
receipts were 82 cars, with 35 of contract
. Notwithstanding the bullish report for
oats the market closed barely steady. Off!
.1.1 Amma Indicated a total vleld of 801.000.
win v... vMrh Is 17 cer cent less than the
amount of last yearrs crop. The effect of
these statistics was offset by the weakneas
of wheat and corn. September opened a
shade lower at Me. sold between BOTstraio
and titK and closed at 81e. Local receipts
were 220 cars.
r nn. inclined to weakness be-
muh of a continuance of liberal receipts of
iiu. hna Packers were moderate sellers,
but the volume of trading was small. At
the close September rx.rk was off Jo at
tla90. Lard was a ahade higher at $8 71
s 7iia niH. were down 8Ca 74c at $9.00.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
SK9 cars; corn, sv cars; oais, in o, hub-,
12,000 head. M
The leading futures ranged a follows:
Articles. I Open. High. Low. Close.l Tes'y
' Dec. .
,J 75H 74H74SaAl!7i
45? 4m 80
St. Loals General Market.
LOUIS, Aug. 10. WHEAT Lower;
red. cash, elevator. 68Vc: track. 69
7V-; September. 67A7T4ic; December,
(i?t,aiiw:; ino. a nara, trac.
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, 49Hc; track
Itd'0' s,ptelnber 'c; December, t2o,
OATS Firm; No. 2 cash, S1V4C nominal:
track, 31'Hc; September. 31(3'3114c; Decem
ber, xivfcc; No. 2 white, 334ft34c.
FIjOL R Steady. 'Red winter patents,
a4.S64r4.fiO; extra fancy and straight, $3.75
4.30; clear, $2.7ufi3.0O.
flKED Timothy, steady: $3.6064.00.
BRAN Ste.idy ; sacked, enst track, 743750.
HA Y Steady : tlmothv. $12.00iaii&O: nral-
IRON COTTON TIES-aJ.OO. " Bag
ging, 9 l-1c.
HKMP TWINE 7c.
METAIJi Ixad. firm. K e7Vi: snelter
POULTRY Firm: chicken. lUci inrinn
12Vtc; turkeys, 12Ho; ducks. Sc; geese, 6c.
BUTTER Firm; creamery," 1722Ho:
Flour, bbl. " ..
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Promise of Bumper Crops Causes Hardeninc
of Vsluns Early in Da.
MARKET SOON FALLS INTO TORPID STATE
Rising! Rates for fall Maaey
Keeps Traaeaetleaa la Narrow
Channel C'lese Is
NEW TORX. Aug. 10.-Todays stork
market was hsld suspended between the
Influences of tne rising rstes on call money
and the extraordinary llgurea of the gov
ernment's report on the condition of the
cereal crop. There was slight hardening
of prices of stocks following the publica
tion of the government crop report, which
served only to about restore prices to where
they left off last night. But the market
fell bark again Into a torpid state after
this brief sign of animation.
Tne promise of the crops, according to
the estlmatea of the Agricultural depart
ment, which served to explain the growing
conflrtence In financial circles that the em
barrassments in the situation, due to the
heavy over-commitments of capital in fixed
forms, give good promise of working out.
The indicated winter wheat crop Is the
largest on record, promising as It does to
come within 7,000.000 bushel of the 6.000,000,-OuO-hiishel
market. The estimate of the
spring wheat crop, while falling short of
ths actual bumper crop of 1901, exceeds that
of any other year ana brings the Indicated
figures for the total wheat crop, estimated
on present conditions, to the largest in the
country's history, the figure rising to above
772.0uO,MiO bushels. The estimate of the corn
crop, based on present conditions, fixes
a figure in excess of last year's bumper
crop and also Is well above the estimate
fixed at this date last year. The moderate
effect of the report, either In the grain
markets or in the stock market, waa due
psrtly to the confident expectstlon of its
favorable character previously held.
The money situation undoubtedly had an
Important part in the reatralnt on the stock
market. Call loan rates for time loans were
also higher. Estimates of the week's cur
rency movement Indicate only a slight
movement on balance sgalnst New York to
be added to the $2,000,000 lost to the sub
treasury. But no dmiht Is entertained that
the course of the movement, thus slightly
Indicated, has turned definitely against New
Tork for the seaeon. Weekly withdrawals
from the cash reserves of the New York
banks are to be expected, therefore for an
Indefinite period. Relief from other re
sources depends on New York's ability to
draw gold from abroad. Conditions are
moving quite strongly towards the point
of profit on gold Imports. A further wide
decline in foreign exchange rates today
brought that point nearer. It Is believed
that new arrivals of gold In the London
market will be available for New . York
under present conditions, although they do
not allow withdrawals from tha Bank of
England for shipment. The oftlrlal figures
the general fund, exclusive of the 1160..
OoO.OvO gold reserve shows; Availaole
rash balance, 8 1 88.445,64 ; gold coin end
bullion. $144,6. 7, U0, gold certificates,
REPORT OP THK CLKARINU II OA 12
Transaction of tha Associated Banks
tor 4he Week. , - ,
N K W TORK, Aug. 10. The , following
table, compttea by uiadsireet. . shows the
bank cb-arings at th principal cities (or
the week ended Augrusi 9, wilb lh per
centage of Increase and decreese
purea with the corresponding
Salt Lake City
Toledo, O .'
' Grand Rapids
Portland, Me ..
Charleston, 8. C...
j Wilmington,! Del....
inc. 1 Leo,
of the Rand production of gold in July, j Wllkesbarre
were or interest in mis connection, mwni
the increasing tendency out of the ontput
till In progress,- the monthly production
rising to 491,798 fine ounces, the greatest
In the history of the Transvaal.
The desultory show of strength in a few
Stocks during the day. principally the
Harriman Pacifies and the Pennsylvania
group, was attributed to prospects of dlvl-
Wheeling. W. Va.
Minneapolis Grata Market' '
MINNEAPOLIS. Aua. W-yt,OfB-;
First patents, $4.10 4.20; second patents,
m nrst clears, S.:6ig 1.41; second
clears, $1.60 3.60. -
toKAis in bulk. 81J.70ia.76. ?
(Superior Board of Trade ountatlnn. fnr
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, aa reported bv F. D. rar
,A ... j T. .
16-m Board of Trade, was:
Artlcles.1 Open. Hlgh.J Low. Close. Yes y
riend Increase. The market waa siuggisn Helena
and narrow throughout. The freedom of rising-ton
the call loan market irom a nnai nurry,
which was somewhat feared, prompted a
stiffening of the prices at The last which
established the best gains for the few
strong stocks. Net chenges as a rule,
however, were trivial. The closing tone
WBonds wer'e heavy. Total sales, par value,
$1,720,000. United States bonds were all un-
Thefollowlng are the quotations on the
Stock exchange: .
Sales. Hlfh. Low.
iilioo iii" 11044
1.700 T4H". TH
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. 75c; No. 1 northern, 74tc; to arrive,
74c; No. 2 northern, 72V?; to arrive. 72V4c;
No. $. 70V4S714c; No. 1 durum. XVc; No. t
durum, 6Ho. Corn: No. 8 yellow, 41V.C;
No. S. 4Cc. Oats: No. I white, SOW- No.
8, BT4fii9'4c. Barley: IViQUa. Rye: 60a
614c. Flax: $1.00. "
1 921 16 871
13 80 I 11 671
Kansas City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITT. Aug. 10. WHEAT Sep
tember, 66c; December, 67c; May, 71c;
cash. No. 2 hard, s7"u49c; No. 3, 6;fiwWo;
No. 2 red, ffile; No. 8. 67c.
CORN September, 44ic; December. 40c;
May, 4ic; caah, No. 2 mixed, 4Hia47'c;
No. 3, 46i&47c; No. t white, 4949c; No.
3. 4S'u4l4C. .. . A
10.76; choice prairie. $8.26.
OATS No. 3 white, 3436o; No. I mixed.
EGGS Steady; Missouri and Kanaas
firsts, 16c;-case count, 16c; cases returned,
RYE Steady; 60362o.
BUTTER Creamery, 21c; packing. 140.
Wheat, bu liW,0"0 632.000
Corn. bu. 24.000 ;."
Oats, bu 3,000 3.000
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 10 WHEAT
Steady; No. 1 northern, 777c; No. I
northern, 74 076c; September, 72c bid.
RY E Dull; No. 1, 6868c.
BARLEY Dull; No. 2, 6666c; sample,
CORN Firm; No. t caah, 461c;
. No. 1 .
Cash quotations were aa follows:. 1
FlX)t'R Steady: winter patenta. 83..VX8
8rt; straight. $3 80tff3 40; spring patenta
$.1W4T3; atralghta. 3.20fl3.75; bakers, $2 30
i r - -. '
WHEAT No. 8 spring. T074c; No. I red.
OATS No. 2. 8Cc: No. 2 white, 35c; No.
8 white. 818320.
KT'-Ni. t. 66c.
' BARLET Good feeding. S4ia9c; fair to
r,oce malting. 42tS4Sc.
REEDS No. 1 flaa. 81 07; No. 1 northweet-
"""flvtKIONS fhort ribs sides flooseV
ss pork, per nni.. h.s4b 10 w.
lbs.. $s.66. Short clear sides
fa 8Vft8.A0. M
t ard. ner 100
rKnxedV !7Uff SO.
The receipts and shipments
Philadelphia Preaaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 10 BUTTER--Flrm;
extra western creamery, tc; ex
tra nearby prints, 26c.
EGGS Flrn;; fresh western, 20o at mark.
CH EF.8E Firm; New York full creams,
Dalnth Grain Market.
DULUTH, Aug. 10. WHEAT To or
rive and on track, No. 1 northern, 74 o;
No. I northern, 78e: September, 73 c;
December, 72-.c; May, 77c.
OATS On track, 80 c; new oats to ar
Boston Conner Market.''
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket, reported by Ixgan II Bryan, 112 Board
of Trade building. Omaha:
of flour and
... ?.7n 8") S O
... SftS.lOO fOJ.y
t.Ti soft lsnOO
... 833. MO 19(4)
.. . 16.SO0 . 1200
St i n . were;
F'r.ar. tb a I...-,....
Rye, bu ..,.....,...
On he Produoe exchange today tne nut
ter market waa firm; creameries, 17r21c:
aalriee. 16vvH1c. F.ggs, firm: at mark., cases
Included. I4l4c; firsts. 14c; rrl,n nrata.
JSc; extras, 2c. Cheese, firm, U12c.
-- Peerla Market.
PEORIA. Aug 10. CORN 8teadv: No.
8 yellow and No. 8. 61c; No. 4. 60c; no
OATS-Lower: No. I white. 8181c;
No 3 white. loVjjIlc; No. 4 white, 86
WHISKY On the basts of 31 t.
Toledo Seed Market.
" TOl rTm. Aug 10 SEED Clover.
87 I": OctoUrf and Deoemler, $7 27.
o'v $.iJ. s-A Isike. )..
' l.lveryaal Grain aad Prevtaleaa.
" LrVFRPOOU Aug 10 WH EAT 8f ot,
nominal: futures quiet: Per'ember. Ss id.
pfoinlr, Ss tStd; March.' nominal.
COKN-Bpot. (iolet and steeUy, Aifeericen
Oraeo Tppppf ....
-.111 Olo DonUslee ...
.. aV Pnu. Bve ,
.. l't'i! 4s prs(an-4...,
.. 11 Qvlarr
.. f Tamarack
.. T4 Trlnttr
.. 14. t'nitae rnili ....
.. 1014 Vsiw4 Sum
..14-4! So brct.rrM
,. ti tlajl Cosaolldala
.. IP. I'tah I'oiipar ....
.. ts victoria
.. II iWlBona
.. I .Wolv.rlna
.. lla A4veaturs :
1'4 Supartor A
r Caaaaas ..
NEW YORK. Aug. IS. COFTEB Market
for coffee futures opened steady at un
changed prices to a decline of lu points In
response to lower European market a snd
disappointing cables from ths Brazilian
markets. Trading was much less active
than recently, and the market ruled barely
eteedv with prices Increasing ths loss
slightly toward the close, when there was
Increased liquidation and private reports
of a lower late market In Havre. The close
was barely steady at a net decline of 10al5
points. Biles for the dsy were reported of
38. Sf4) bags. Including September at 4 9cj
I (c; October, 7.'V; December. 7.n37.10r;
January". 7 o". March. 7.2'-: Mav, 7 M
7 46c; July, t 45!J7.a6c. ayot R'O. stead; No.
T Invoice, 8c .
Amalgamated Copper .
America a C. A F
Am C. r. pta
American Cot t no Oil,..
An. Cetton oil pta
American H. A I.. M
Am.iican Ire, aerurltlea.... 1.100 TI 71
American Linseed Oil
Am. Llnaeed Oil pf
American LoeomotlTS 1.400 494 4H
Am. UoceraotlTa pm
American B. R .700
Am. I. A R. pt joo
American Ssgsr Rnlng... 1,700
an. Tohacen M etla 400
Anacasda Mining Ce t.4no 2644k
Atehtaon pf 100 100
Atlantic Coaat Llns
Baltimore A Ohio
B. I. A Ohln pt4
Rronklea Rapid Transit...
Central of New Janey....
C. ntral Leattier
Central Leather ptd.
Cbeaapaaka A njjlo
Chicago Oraat Weetero...
Chicago A Northwestern.
Chicago, Mil. St. P....
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. Bid ......
C, C. C. A St. t,
Colorado Fuel A Iroo.,..
Colorado A Southern
Cols. A So. let' ptd
Colo. A So. Id ptd .1
Corn Producta, rfg
Com Producta prd
Dataware A Hudson en Kt Try
Delaware. L A W
Dan.er A Rio Orands 1.400 44
D. A R. O ptd
Erie lei ptd
Erie Id ptd
Oreau Northern pfd
Hocking Vellee. offered....
Int. Paper pfd
Iterhorough Mat. pfd
Jot. Pump ptd .-
Iowa Central pfd.............
Kanaas CUT soulharn. ... . .
Kaneee City So. pfd
Louisville A Naahvllla
Mexican Central ..-
Minneapolis St. Louis....
M , St. P. A B. S M
M . St. P. A g. g. M. pfd.
Mlaaourl. K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
N. K. R. of M. pfd
New York Central
New Tork. O. A W .
Nortelk A Western
Norfolk A W. ptd
Nortk Americas M. ....
P.. C, C. A St. L
Preened Steel Car
Preaeed B. C. ptd
Pullman Palace ar
Reading let pfd, offered.,..
koadlng 2d pfd. offered
Republic Steel pfd 100 . M t
Rork I. land Co 100 ' UH
Rock l.land Co pfd
St. L. A S. P. id pfd ,
St. Louie Southweetern M 44 14
St. Louie S. W pfd
Sloaa-ChefBeld Steel ....
So Pacific pfd
Southern Railway ,
So. Railway pfd
Tennesaea Coal A Ires..
Teaea A PaclBe ,.
Toledo. St. L. A W..
T.. St. L. A W. pit...
talon pactfla pfd
I'nltad Stataa Eipreea. ..
I'nlted Slates Reattr ...
I'nltad Sutaa Rubber...
I'. B. Rubber pfd
L'alted States Steel
L. 8. Steel pfd
Va. -Carolina chemical .
Va. -Caroline Chaai. pfd
Wabaah pfd 100
Well. Kirgo Eipreaa 100
Western I'nlon 0S
Wheeling it L. B I'm
Wlecon.ia Cantral $0
Wla l eat re I ptd I u
Total aalra tor lbs oar. 441.004 eiiarea.
I Fargo, N. D
Cedar Rapids. Ia....
Klottx Fn'ls, B. T)....
I ISouth Rend. Ind...
1 ?slvenn .".
Fort Wayne. Ind
:i 9.U. S"ii
;. i lo,oi2,
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Not Enneh CittU to Vsk a Test of
HOGS' TRAVtllNG DOWN HILL RAPIDLY
Reeelnta of All Kinds Very Snaall (op
, n. rrlaar-sheen and Unka la
Gaxd Demand with Prleee
for the Dar gtendr.
80UT1I OMAHA. Aug 14 19c
Official Tuesday ...
OfTiclal Thursday ..
OfTtclal Friday ....
Cattle. Hogs. tihcei
top at IA.ll. It will ha) remembered thai
yeatrdsy ths light hogs sold principally
r W.l'nijel IV with a sprinkling at $4 to and
a top at la 25. Whlla the trade waa slow, as
noted ahova, he receipts were not very
large and the most of the hogs chnngtHl
hands In decent season
Home idea nf the extent of tlie decline
msy bs gained from the fsrt that the
hae.s sold today 2ttlc lowes than they dl.l
On last Friday.
The extreme close on the mnrket was
still lower then the esrly trsrte, buyers
bidding only 16 Ofl lats on a few loads of
hrsvy hogs whtrh were left.
... 41.9tOI .
: S 5W..
" i Kg.OSO!
18 415 034!
9 774 mo"
44 I i
. '$2 894.948 f!7l
I ! Ottawa ..
;7l , riauinx
1.000 147 147 4 M'H 'Vancouver, B. f
41.000 1MH 1W44
400 51V4 6144
W.4O0 11144 1K44
2. 803. 734
. . 2.014,361 ,J3.6;
'.' tW47 ,.0
' tW6.14l 6.1
Five dars this weajk... .16,639 42.4S8 48.303
Pama dsys last week 13.703 43.687 24,9(15
8am two weeks ago 17.276 3S.;'37 i,3!
Hame three weeks ago. .13.853 46.039 J.vs
Sams four weeks sgo....l6.1Hl 37,670 21552
Fame dsys laat year 18.160 27.936 11.107
RECEIPTS FOR THK TEAR TO DATS.
The following table shows the reeerpts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to dato. compared with last year:
Ifasj. 1906. I no.
CattU 606.871 617.773 44.0M
Hogs 1.7V7.1S3 J.677,718 149.487
Slieep 27,OM 890,322 .7S
Tli following will stiow ths price paid
for the different kinds or cattl on the
rloulh Omaha market
Oood to cholc com-fsd steers. ...lAfVM
Fair to good corn-fed steers 4.66J6.60
Common to fslr Corn-fed steers.. 4 I$4 66
Good to choice cows and heifers.. 3 6tvM.00
Fair to good cows and heifers.. ISuirtl 60
Common to fair rows and heifers.. i "gl&0
nood to choice stockers A feeders. S.WQ4.H6
Fair to good stockers and feeder.. 3 259l.s0
Common to fair stockers 2.6O7JS J6
Bulls, stags, etc ttcvl-tO
Vesl rslves 1 76fi.:6
The following shows th number of osr
of stockers and feeder shipped to the
country and their points of destination:
Dais. I 1904. 190S.1904.1M. 1902. 11901. 1900.
.Illil' .vl .
WH 4 t
tZH E 68
4 lo 1 6 6i 4 1
I I 73!
sr,i 6 62
6 4 9
6 31' S HI 6 12
r ail .V at
on Bui -
ft 8o 6 02 6 19
I 79i 4 16
t 74 4 04
6 761 6 01
CI. IjOUIS 2 00'1!.Z6
Bimlx City 2.76(34.00
THCRSDAV B SHIPMENTS.
The following shows the number of stock
ers and feeder shrtpped to th country
and their point of destination:
4W FT. 9'
7H8.I.14( ft. 2'..
St. John. N. B......
Victoria. B. C
Totals, Canada 1 -7fr42,204 , 22. 2
; , -. T j x
Ralances paid In cash.
fNot included In totals. Comparisons
tNot inoUided In totals because containing
other items than clearings.
Miller Bros., Nebraska City Mo. P.
ti. H. carpenter. Northbord, la. Q.
F. M. Snodgrass, Melle Q
P. E. Wedenjulst. Btrahan. la Wab
Watt Fraser, 8 took ham N. V
8. A. Talbet. Jr.. Carson la R. I..,
John Connelly, Anita, is. R. I
B. 8. Osier, Walnut, la. 1R. I
W. W. Wiley, Beoonfleld. la.-Q
C. W. Stennett, Stennett, la. Q
W. F. Dollen, Neola, la R. I
C. H. Flchter, Randolph, la, Q
William Spray, Bhalbona, HI. -si...
J. C. Stone, Pacific Junction, la Q
E. W. Stevens, Bellevue, Mlch.-R. I.,
T. D. Collins, Portsmouth, la. Mil..
F. C. Btandord. Plcabo, Ida IT. P.,
Barne A T., Atlanta, III 43
W. V. Hunter. Phelps, Mo.-Q ,
llalley Stephens, Phelps. Mo.Q....
i. i nr..j. . , r.
'i in nvuui, ijrniliaj, la. w
U M Bennett, Earlham, la R. I...
. w. utearn. creston, la, 0
Ed Ullle, Outhrle Center, Ia,-R. I
J. M. Baaler, Carroll, la N. W
W. P. Nlms. Oxford Junction, la. Q..
R. W. Hosiey, Rnmera, Ind. Ter. Q..a
W. O. Ranney, Anaelrho, la. Q
N. W. Vastlne. Falls City M. P
W. M. Olnley. Cook. Ncb.-M. P
A. S. Morsan. Callawav C P..... 1
Lell Rochna, Cunningham, Kan Q.. j
R, M. Tllden, Cunningham, Kan Q 1
Jus. Nuld, Council Bluffs, la. R. 1 3
W. O. Althouse. Philadelphia, Pa. Q...
Art Perry. Wahoo N. W
Watt Fraser, Btorkhnm-N. W ,
John W. Dahl, Scrlbner-N. W ,
H. Pohlman, Stanton N. W ,
V. O. Dutilap, Tecumseh Q ,
John 6 Rea, Beaver City Q. ..........
Hoops A B.. Bchuvlor I . P ,.
W. H. Harrison. Butler. Mo M. P...
William J. Cleveland. Osceola, Mo. M.
Ed Vsn Kirk. Silver City, la Wab
I. W. Klngaby St Bros. Rockwell City.
la.-R. 1 1
BUI Foster. Olege, Kan R. 1 1
A. M. Garmsn. Olege. Kan R. I
Albert Veelti. Johnsons Creek. Wis.
Nen York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. 10. MONEY On call,
firm, 344j per cent; ruling fat. 4t per
cent; closing bid, 3 per cent; offered at 3Vi
per cent: last loan, 84 per cent; time
I loans, strong; sixty days, vaVi per cent;
1 ninety days. 4V4'5 per oent: si months. t U
; 6 per cent. - C.
, PHIMB MERCANTILE PAPER-6ttH
, per cent. : . ' '
pi r.niii.Mi r. av. n .- run, aa.Beno'O'
N. W 1
Christian A P.. Phelps. Mo. Q 1
N. C. Allen. Calhoun-M. A 0 1
. .. .144
?h. Pr Se. 8. rr.
M I 40 M 141 lto I 44
... Ml 14 40 IN In
... I 47 !! ... I H
IN IS 74 141 140 I M
... I 40 74 10 40 I M
... I XI II ...Ill " 4 4
40 ItH M 44 IS I 44
... 4 4 44 ft ... 4 44
140 4 71 tM 10 I II
40 I 47V4 II !l . . I 44
40 I 40 7 r. m H
4 I 40 44 !M ... I 44
HI"' 47 !S ... I 45
40 I 40 (4 MS 40 I II
40 I Id 41 1M 10 I 41
... 4 40 II Ill 40 I 47'k
K t 14 14 144 90 I 474,
... I 40 41 IU 40 I 47 4a
... 4 40 19 l 101 I 7 n
0 I 40 ' 44 140 ICO I 7Sk
SO I en 10 Mo IA 4 do
SO I o R : M 00
... I a tl ... 4 00
... I II CI 7)4 ... 4 M
... I 40 11 I I 1M
... I 40 71 t7 40 I 00
an 1 to in r7 ... no
10 I in t 110 ISO 4 00
40 1 40 14 4 ... 1 04
04 4 40 44 SM ... 4 00
4S I 4144 4 3:4 40 4 00
... 1444, (4 4...IU 140 I 00
... 1124 74 t!4 ... 4 00
... I 134, 47 iU 10 4 00
... I S 70 M7 40 I 04
40 1414, H ...... tU 100 4 00
... I lit 74 If7 ... 0
14 I 414k 71 371 40 I CI 44
... I 4t 4k J 05
140 I Its, 14 JM 10 4 04
44 4 414, 14 1K1 40 4 04 -
144 I 414k 74 114 ... 4 04
M I 4I4 74 mi ... flt
... I 46 14 'l 140 0144
40 I II 41 mi 44 4 074,
IS IN U Itl ... 4 14
114 I 44 11 174 14 4 10
... 4 14 II .114 ... 10
40 1 4i 1:0 mo 4 10
40 4 44 II 14 ... 4 1744
... I 44 II ill ... 4 14
... 1 44 40 144 40 II
144 I M
80 I 40
SHEEP Only two cars of shsep wer re
ported In this morning and they sold very
readily at a good, firm price, the yearllnga
Dnnging 4.!i& and tne ewes 4.7.
The msrket this week has been In Very
fair condition from start to finish. Sellers,
wlthont exception, hsve been very well
pleased with tha results and the price
obtained hare been high as compared with
other sailing points. The tendency on
yearlings, wethers and ewes has been .up
ward and today the talent la gencialiy
quoting the market KTtl6c higher than It
waa one week ago. In some cases sales
could be pointed out that would not show
much advance, but, on the other hand,
there are other sales which sheaved more
gain than that.
Quite a good many lambs hsve arrived
during th week, but a considerable pro
portion of them have been of a kind that
buyers do not especially care for. largely
on this account the lamb trade was slow
on some day and the tendency easier. Thi
feeling among a good many was that right
good lambs would command steady prices
and It would be safe to quote the market
as steady to eosler for the week to date.
Stockers and feeder have been free
sellers every day this week, the demand
being fully equal to the S'tnply. which has
been quite Ilbersl some of the time. Year
lings, wether and ewes have commanded
fully steady or firm pricva and feeder Ismhs
re, If anything, a little stronger than a
Quotations op killers: flood to choice
spring lamhs. .75T40: fair to good spring
lamha. 18.2iWi8.76; good to choice yearling.
16.60B00; fair to good yearllnsrs, 15.2Vf?'fi.60:
good to choice wethers. 34 7Rifr-Y0O: fair to
good wethers, tt 8W4.T5; gnod to choice
ewes, t4.80?4.80; fair to good ewee,-$3 90"
Qilotstlons on feeders Tjimbs, IS 7fW 38 ;
yearllnes 18 00(5(1.40; wetliern. . 34 50ff4,?6:
10 Wyoming cull
9 Idaho cull ewes ,
214 Idaho cull ewes
11 Wyoming wethers
6?4 Wyoming wether feeders
141 Wyoming wether feeders
9 Tdsho yearlings ,
t Idaho cull lambs
Th official number
brought In today by a
4.8490 for demand and at 34.8205 for sixty
day bills; posted rstes, 14.63 and 34.86; com
mercial bills. U b.
SILVER Bar, 6iV4c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Quotations on New Fork bonds - today
wer as follow:
V. t. ret. la, re 10444 1 Japan 4a. ti aerlsa.
4o coupon .. 5. tH to 4a rtfa
U. a. old 4a. ra.
do coupon .......
V. 8. sew 4s. re.
, 4o coupos .......
I Aai. Tobacco 4s....
j do 4a
1 Atrhlaun sea. 4a. ..
I do adl 4a
1 Bal. A Ohio 4a ...
! Brk. ft. T. e. 4a...
I Central of Oa. is..
do let Ins
do Id Ine
I do Id ine....'.
I Thee. A Ohio 44e... .10144 Bt
' Cblcaso A A. t4ks.... 77 at
I V., ti. & Q a. 4a..... M4a Bt.
; C. ft. 1. a p. 4S.
I do ool. 4a.
i C(X Ik. L 1 1
I Colo, lad la, aw.
do aerlea B
! Colorado Mid. 4s...
j Colo. A Bo. 4a
! t uos 4a
D. at ft. G. 4a
DletlllarV Sec. la.
grie r I. 4a.;
do saa. 4a
Horklna Val. 44ka.
U A .V. sot. 4s...
.104V. 1 de 44ka rtta...,
.1044k! do Id aerlea...
.10144 Man. e. t 4a...
.10144 Mai. Central 4a
.11 da let Ine
.1:4 Mlnn. A fit. L
. n44M., ft. A T. 4a.
.1114a do la
.10144 N. ft. ft., of M
.1004, N. T. C. s
.10214 N. 1. C. . 4a
. 44 .No. ParlOc 4a
. 444 do 4a
.Ill N. A W. e. 4a
. M4, (). 9. L. rtd(. 4a....
. m Penn. cost. )44a
IT Reading aeo. 4a......
U 4 1. X. . la.
L. A 8 r. t
U 8 W.
C, M. A St. P. ..
Mo. P. Ry
A N. W. teast) ...
C. A N. W. (west) ....
C, Ht. P.. M. A O. ..
C. B. & Q. (east) .....
C, B A Q. tweat) ....
C. R. I. A P. least) ..
Chicago Oreat Western
of oars of stock
ii' h road was:
Cattle Hogs. 'Sheep.
Ths disposition of th day receipt
as follows, each buyer purchasing
number 01 Head indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Omaha Packing Co 1,640
Swift and Company 66 1.919
Cudahy Packing Co 73 3.69
Armour A Co 1.49
Hamilton A Rothschild.. 13
! Mike Haggerty 7
Other buyer 13 .
London rioslnsr Storks.
LONDON, Aug. 10. Closing quotation
on th Mock exchange were:
14 .'Seaboard A. L. 4a..
... z so. rscinc aa.
I..10I4,1 do let 4a cite .....
A. T444180. Hallway la..?....
... 144, Teua ai T. la
... Tl T , St. L. 4k W. 4s.
... 1144 I'nloa Paclfle 4a
.. .10441 f. . Steel Id 4....
... Mu Wabaah la
... 4144 do dek. B
...1144 Western Md.
... 44k W. 4t U B.
...10a WU. (Antral
Boston Storks and Bonds.
BOSTON. Aug. 10. Call loan. SVilH per
cent; time loans. Sift. 4 j per cent. Official
dosing on stocks and bonrti:
Atchlaoa adj. 4a....
Mei. Central 4a.
Boatoa A Albanr...
Bootes A Mains
Boatoa Kloeated ...
Mfilcan Central ...
N T . H. U. A H...144
Para Marquotts 13
4t lAtnaliamatad N144
IH CiL A Hecla...
lOCi, .f .alcnnl.l
147 copper kaase ..
117 'Da lr Waal
r4k lale Rorala ....
IMaaa. Mloln .,
1 Totals 166 .627 1.422
CA1TL.E When one looked at the bul
letin board this morning he could hardly
c:4 . help from believing that It was a Batur
74 ! day, the receipts were so light. Only eight
14. I cars of cattle were reported In and half
tta I of thcin were direct to a packer, leaving
i four loads on sale. That would be a ligtit
run even for a Saturday. Not atnee the
big strike in July, 1904, hsve receipt of
cattle been so light on a Friday a they
were tl.ls morning. It Is not an easy mat
ter to explain tps cause of ths suddon
fulling off in receipts, as prices at this
point have been steadily advancing thla
week and have been very good as com
pared with other msrket points; In faot,
the cattle market ns a whole this wrek
has been more satlsfsctnry than for soma
...Hi 1 time bark Th demand haa been arood In
lv the face of moderate receipts and values
have arraduallv atrenrthened. thua maktnar
up the decline of last week. The different
kinds of cattle sold yesterday anywhere
from 16c to 2&c higher than th week be
fore. Possibly shipper, noting trm Improve
ment In the market and expecting that It
would continue, held back supplies with the
Idea that pries would he still higher bv
tho first of the week. Whether that was
the reason or not, the fact remains that
CHICAGO I J V E STOCK MARKET
Cattle Firm Hog Ten Cents Lswrr
CHICAGO. Aug. 10. CATTLE Receipts,
2.60ft head; market firm; common to prime,
steers. 13.76fttj.tV); cows. tTSMM 70; heifers.
12.60416.36: bulla, 12.COfj4.50; calves, 3.mt
1.00; stockers snd feeders, t2.6TX6.0O.
HOQ8 Receipt. 22.0fX head: market 10c
lower; choice to prime heavy. t.10418;
medium to heavy, 85.9O7H1.06: butcher
weights. t6.0B34 SO; good to choice heavy
mixed. 16.00iljl 10; packing. t6.6O4J00.
SHEEP AND LAM MS-Receipts, 8.000
head; market stesdy; she-n "676.75; year
lings, 16.Ortfjti.15; lambs. T0.OOfr7.7B.
Kansas City Mr Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. lO.-CATTMC-Re-celpts.
8,100 head, Including 2.000 southerns',
market steadv to weak: choice export and
dressed beef steers, t6.26?i.16: fair to good,
34.Outr6.26; western fed steers. t3.5Of74i.00;
stockers and feeders. t2.40fr4 50; southern
steers, t2.7M14.60: southern cows. 12.0Ott3.D6;
native cows, I2.0flfi4.25: nstlve heifers. 13.00
47126: bul's. tJ.0Wa.60: calves. t2.60iii4.00.
HOGS Receipts, 7. SCO head: market 1otT
l&c higher: top, 98.20.' bulk ot salea. In.liv'a
4 20: heavy. t 1018.16: peckers, tfi.10; lights.
1810774522H; pig", 15.006.el0.
BHEEP AND 1.AMB3 Receipts. 4 000
hesd; market steady; lamhs. 10.007. 60
ewes and yesrllngs. 14 2o74.60; western fed
vearllnss, 16.0Ott1 00; western fed sheep
t40CK!6.2; stockers and feeders, 13.756.50.
81.' I.onls I. Ire Stork Mnrket.
ST. LOT'IS, Mo., Aug. 10. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 800 head. Including 450 Tcxans.
Mnrket stsadv. Native shipping and ex-
fiort steer. t47O0.I6; dressed beef and
lutcher steers 13.5O05.fS6: steers under 1.000
pounds. " 13 004(4. 60; stockers snd feeders,
t;i.iV4 50: cows and heifers. !2.2&t3&1&; enn
ner. tl.SOf 2.00: bulls. t2.2&$4.00; calves, f3.00
4J0.25; Texaa and Indian steers, $l.Oif(5.40;
cows and heifers, 12 lOrH.1 .60.
HOG8 Receipts. 6.000 head; market. 10c
lower. Pigs and lights, 14 2ryri 35 ; packers.
tSmfKff.26; butchers and best heavy. t'U0
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 600 head;
market steady; native muttons. t3.0frfl.no:
lambs, 14.(03700; culls and bucks, !3.003
3.26; stockers, p OiX.OO.
2c or 70i71c scoiir.-d. Several woolon
mills have bought line medium clothing -n
a ci an bais 01 loo. l ine i iurtd Is mov
ing st d'-n.'V'. Interest in all grailn of
teirltoiy wool la br t.nilng kro ner every dHy
Mini iirli-ri .hp lli'i't. fine staple la qilotrNl
iHVifH'. and fine mullum. iti . The shit
in..nt.e of wool Ir.Mn Huston tt ilute from
lccemtr.r ! 21. 1!4, are loV.r4,ts.2 pound
;ilii"t 141.1on.4n, ot:nds at the eatnt tli-.i
lmt year. Tne r'-cl(Hs to date ate 171, 12.
i.'t puuncls numnst :t..:.,!.yt i.unds (or tli
Sjhiu' perl' ai List r.
linilll W llOl.f 41K NARKLT.
( onrllttnn nf Trade nml 4notalns
Staple ami Fnnry Prodnce.
FXiG- Receipts, liberal; fresh stock. II
LIVE POl'LTHY- Huns, 9'kOll roost
ers, 6c; tiirkes. 1.tj'3c, duika, 7c, spring
chickens, l.ii He per lb.
Hl'TTKIt-l'ucking etock. 14'o; cholc
fanry dlry, h.viitlo; crramory, :i'ti!14kC.
HAY Prices quoted ly inn.tlia Keeil com.
peny: Iteccip's yesienlsy, J." curs, chole
iiiiii'l. tia, nieOiuni, IxoO, coarse, i;.i47
l.w Kye struw, ti 60.
BltAN-l'er ton, H6.1O.
V t'A Kl'A BLKH.
TOMATOKS-Home grown, per bsskst of
20 lbs., 60c.
WAX it IRAN'S Per mnrket basket of
about 15 lbs., 5c.
TlTtNirS. BLET8 AND CARROTS Per
bu. ft 4ill.00,
I.lCAl-' LKTTl'CE Hothouse, por don,
CKLERY-rer do., 10c.
Cl't-'l.MtlKlld-lioine grown, per dog.,
ONIONS -Home grown. 8c per lb.
tll'.F.KN ONIONS-Per dox hunch.
It A UISHF.S-Per del. bunches, 1TC.
I'OTATOKS-Per lu., fJ5c.
NAVY HliA NS Per bu.. t.R0; No. 2. 11.7a,
LIMA BEANH-l'rr It)., 5VkO
OlililiN PKPPICRS-Per ninrkst basket,
OHANtlfc;-Medltll lunean sweets. sll
it .. 14.'au4. jJ. Valenvias, all sise. 15
I J1MON5- I.lmonlera, extra fancy, i0
rise, tO.oo; .j size, lb Ti; 360 slie, 1..26, other
brnnui. Jl.t4' lets.
BANANAS-Pit mediutii-aixed 'bunch,
tl 7.-.',T i.-o ; juinlH's, U o"u
PINKAI'PLLS'Florldii. sixes, 24. 39 and
56. 13 6U.
l'3ACHES-r llow freeston. tl 00; Ml.
Souii. r.iberlfls, tier 4-basket orat, tl.uo;
PLl J1S-4.nfornlu, 11.50471,7.
WATER MKLON'Si'ef lb., IV40, or about
04ji 35c rcSi.
CANTELOITE9- Colorado and Artiona,
per iTat'j istandrirdl. 4. is'; ponle. tJ.ai;
Texas, per crula (ubout 45 tuelonsi, 4-,ij;
ponies, v 00.
CUT MEAT PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, lie; No. t nba, loc. No. I ribs.
4c: No. 1 iuiiia, loVvc; No. 2 loins, leVkc; No.
4 loins, 9c, No. 1 chuck, 6c; No. k cnuck.
4 '40, Mo. cnuck, utc; No. 1 round, n'.c:
No. 1 round, c; No. 3 round, ci No. 1
plate, 3c; No. ; plate, kc: No. 3 plate, Jo.
CIDER Per keif. "t, ler bbl.. t-76.
HONEY New, per Hi lbs., t3.6u.
CH EK8E-o iks, now, bc; Wisconsin
brick, 1-c; Wikcui.hIii llmbcrger, lloj twin.
lllSsc; young Ain'irlcaa, 16c.
NU'1 8 Walnuts, No. I, soft shells, new
crop, per lb., Ih4c; hnrd shells, per lb.,
13V- JPccans, large, per lb., 14c; small, per
lb., 3c. Chili WHlnjts, per lb., Uu 4 o.
Altiionds, soft sniiH, per lb., 17o; l-'.rd
shells, per lb., 16c. Cocounuts, 14.00 per sackl
BL GAR Granulated cane, in bbls., ti.Ss
granulated cane, In sacks, lo.lfl; granulated
beet, in sacks, 16.11.
BYRL'P In bbls., 170 per gal.; In cases,
6 10-lb. cans, 11.70; cases, 11 5-lb. cans, 11.80;
cases, 24 2Vlb on, 11.86.
COFFEE Roasted, No. 35, 2EHe per lb. J
No. So. 20Hc" per lb.; No. & 18Hc per lb.; No.
to, 16Hc Per lb.; No. 21, 13j? per lb.
(THKl) F18H--Family whlteflsh, per
quarter bbl.. 100 lbs., 14 YC Norway mack
erel, No. 1. IJI 00: No. 2, l:'ti.OO; No. I, 120.00;
Irlsli, No. 2, tl6.00; herring, in hbls.: 200 lbs.
ench. Norway, 4k, 11200; Norway, 3k. lU.Oo;
Holland, mixed, tll.oo: Holland berrlng. In
kegs, milkers, 8"c: kegs, mixed. 70r..
CANNED OOi )f'S -Corn, standard west
ern, oofy tide ; Maine. 11 15. Tomatoes, t-lb,
enns, tl.Ok'ul.lO; 2-lb . 37 VT 11 .00. tMneap
pies, grated. 2-lh.. J.1 0." 'u sliced. tl.J
2.X; gallon apples, fancy, S 00; California
apricots. 11 TTjiJlJ.oO; peara, t!-76ti2.50; peaches,
fancy, tl .7uU2.40; H '. pesches. ti.O0tfjS.6O.
Alaska salmon, red, 11.26; fancy Chinook, F.,
t2.10; fancy sockeye, F.. 11 05; 1 aardlnsa, 4
oil, 12.50; murtard, t?.60at 10. Sweet po
tatoes, 11 lr.ftliuj sauerkraut, tlOO; rump
kins, fJOciqtl.OO; was hans, 2-lb.. 7h90c;
lima beans, 2-lb., 75cjill 35; splnsch, 1135;
cheap peas, S-lb., 00c; extra, Tf.ftStOc; fancy,
H1DE91 AND TALI)W Green salted.
No. 1. 12Hc; No. 2. 114te; full hld.s. 8H4i1Vsc;
green hides. No. 1. 10c; No 2. 9c; horse,
tl.60a3 2r; sheen nelrrf. 90ciff1l.1i6.- -Tallow, No.
1, 4c; No. 2, Sf . '
WOOL-Per lb I lSvH2nO.
1144 1 there waa practically nothing her and no
loloa r.clOc iwa. Mohawk
Araar. Aro. Chenl ... u Mont. O. C
do pfd Hit Old DotnlBloa
Amer. Pnau. Tubs.... 114. Oaceols
Conaola. money ....
do account ,
A aacosds ,
Baltimore A Okie,
ranadiaa Pacloo -.
Chaa. A Objo
Chicago Ct W
C U. A St P
D. at R O
da 1st pfd
da Id pfd
llllDol. Central ...
Uxit.vlll. a Naah.
. 44 4i M . K. A T 1444
. W4 N. T. C.ntral !!
. 11 Norfolk A W hV
. N do pfd M
.14 Ontario A W 44
.114 PeouajlTanla Na.
,.1TI4 Hand Mtnaa
. U , keadlus V
. 14 Southern Raiiwet ... 114,
111 da fd 11
. 1744'aouthera P.clSo Ti
. 4444 laloa Paciae
. lea, do pfd
. 44 V. S. Steel 1144
.41 ' do ptj Hue,
. 14 Wabaah n
1404A do pfd 474
14n Braolah 4s Iiy;
nrm. Ju 4-ltSd oer nunc
MUNll-l per cent.
The rat of discount in th open market
for short bills Is ; 15-143 per cent; for
three months' bills, 6tf3 1-16 per cent.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10. Today's
statement at th treasury balance In
Amer. T. A T
Kdlsoa Bias. Ills..
Vslted Shoe Maes...
Oraena Coo ,
V. . Steel
. 34 Tamarack
.til jl'riud Copper ..
. 11 V. B. Mlnlu
. 144, IV S. Oil
. 4 t ub
.b4k Victoria ,
. Tla W'tnona
. 1-J WoiYertne
. M44 North Bulla ....
. K Buna Coalition
. 44, Cat. A Arlaooa..
. 1444 Teuui&e
New York Mining Siork.
NEJW TORK, Aug. 10 Closing quota
tions on mining stocss were:
A da sis Cos
runewtrk Cos ..
rea. Led. A Va...
I Lilt la Chief
Urn. U Hopes -tlaadard
No A Hr. No.
1 750 I 04 I
4 417 J 44
I 44 1
I 10 I
1 S4 1
I 44 1
1 111! 1 .....1440' M
1... ..1114 I II 1 , mi) 40
BTOCKK.Rfl AND FEEDER.
4 11 I 75
Ill 4 K
IS cows 926 2 76 t row fit t 35
n feeders.. 9J 3 66 2 feeders.. 730 I 00
H004 The bear campaign In ths bog
maik't atlll continue, not only her, but
at every other market point, and prlrea
ara steadily, In fact ripldly. working to a
lower basis. Tha market this morning was
slow and ger.erally 10ilSc lower than yes
terday. Hellers made a hard fight to mala
tain values, but with Chicago and other
market points sending nut discouraging re
port. It wss Impossible to do si. Hea-y
hogs sold at to 600 90. aa against 1 o)t
ioo for th bulk yesterrlav. Mixed hogs
of good qjallty sold st IVitO aad ti up t.
ttf with light he as larflv st liOaVfiSTA.
a few going blgn a 16.10 U.4 with a
I. Ire Stork Market
Mo., Aug. 10. CATTLE
Receipts. 460 head; market steady. Natives,
t4.60ffl1.00; cows end heifers. tl.tOfil.lD;
lockers and feeders, ta.fOti4.2S.
HOGS Receipts. 6.700 he.id; market, 107
l(c lower. Ught. 16.05'5fl.l5: medium and
henT, 10 Miff 6 10. bulk of sales. t5.9&4r.flO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 69 head;
NEW TORK. Aug. 10-METALS-Thr4)
wss an advance of 2 10s to 181 30s for
spot tin In the I-ondon market and future
wire 2 6s higher at 1K1 15s. Locally tho
market was firm and higher In consequence,
with bids of 140.60 and holders asking 140KS.
Copper was also higher In the English mar
ket witn spot closing at fc&i in txi ana fu
tures at K2 15s. The local market was un
changed, with lake quoted at 118.n2Vtfll.i6,
electrolytic at llH.STVtf 1H.F 0 and casting at
tl8.OKa1R.i5. Lead was unchanged st 15.76 In
the local market and advanced 2s tld to 19
18a 9d Itl London. Bpcltcr waa. 2s 6(1 higher
at iW 17s 6d In London. The local market
was dull at !6.(ttfit.10. Iron was 3d higher
In the Eni?1lnh market with standard foun
dry at 61s 7d and Cleveland warrant at 51s
IVyl. locally the market was unchanged
with No. foundry, northern, at 119 f -vj)
19.60; No.' 2 foundry, northern, at !!8fi(j)
19.00; No. 1 foundry, southern, at t13.2fi4flS.5o,
and No. 2 foundry, anuthern. at 117.7L"7lS OX
ST. IOT.1S. Aug. 10. METALS Lead,
firm, t5.t;7'i. Spelter, firm. !5.92tA.
NEW TORK. Aug. 10. COTTON Spot
closed steadv: middling uplands. 10.00c;
middling gulf. 10.85c; sales, 26 biles.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 10 COTTON Spot,
crulet; prices, 10 points lower: American
middling fair, 6.18d: good middling, 6.9UeS;
middling. 5. CM: low middling. 6.Wk1; good
ordinary. 6.26d: ordinary, 6.92d. The salea
of the day were 6.O0O hales of which 600
were for speculation and export and In
cluded 4.500 American. Recelpta 1,000, In
cluding 100 American.
BT. LOC18, Mo Aug 10 COTTON '
Dull: middling. 10V4 Rales, none: re
ceipts. 604 hales; shipments, 244 bale;
stock. 20.674! hales
NEW ORLEANS. La.. Aug f0.COTTON
Snot closed quiet: sales. 226 bale: low'
ordinary, 4 13-luc nominal: ordinary, 7 6-ltic,
nominal; good ordinary. 84c; low mid-,
dllng, 9 7-10o; middling. 115-lOc; good mid
dling. 10 13-lftc: middling fair, 11 l-lfio. nom
inal; fair. 11 13-1'Vc. nominal. . Receipt. 471
bales; stock, 32.221 bales. '
Siena ritr M Stork Market.
SIOUX CITT. Aug. 10 (Special T la
grant CATTLK Receipts, l'O hesd; mar
ket steady; Iweves. t!W&600; cows, bulls
and mixed. J2 5o?14.M; stockers and feeders,
13.0084 00; calves and yearlings, t- "691.S5.
HOfJS Recelpta, 6,000 head: market, a
dim lower: selling at 15.654.16; bulk Of
sales, t6.7H6 W.
Sna-ar nne Molasses..
NEW YCHK. Aug lO.-SCOAR-Raw.
flr'n; fair refining. Sc; centrifugal. A
test, fkc; molasRr sugar, 1 l-1."i,14c: re
fined, firm: No. K. 4 30c; No. 7. 4 ?6c: No. 8,
4t"e; No. 9. 4.15c; No. 10. 4.10c; No. 11.
405c; No. 12, 4.00c; No. 13. S9V; No. 14.
t.95o: confectioners A 4.75c; mould A. 6.2f,c;
cut losf, l-Sc: crushed !ffc; powdered,
5coc: grsnnlated 4 c:' cubes B.ISe.
NEW ORLEANS. La.. Aug. 10. St'OAR
Steadv; open kettle centrifugal. IftSI-lt-;
centrifugal yellow, ttg4c; second. 274
Stark 1st Slab.
OMAHA," Aug 10. Hank clearings for to.
d.iv were , 11.377. f.41 44 snd for the corres
ponding rtnte last yesr 11,197.604 17.
ItKtl, KSTATK Til A.M4FIHS.
Receipt of llv tock at the six principal 1 Frank Thompson to Mathew A. Hall,
item market yeterday:
Cattle Howe, Sheen
.. 160 9.Oi0 68
.. KO 6,oc
..3.300 7, SCO 4,01.1
.. 40 6.71 M
.. 800 5,0.0 jnO
,.2.00 f.OCO 1.000
..,710 64. SCO 11,175
E. V 6 n th a,
inn j lot
al. to Maude
4. block il, E.
BOSTON. Mas. An 1 WOOL The
Cnmmrrcisl Hullet'n wl(l say torrnrrow of
the wool situation: Thr la a dcldellr
better feePng smong the loc.il wo l trade
and In aome qunrtera nto: wool Is hclna
sold tnan wits the esse last wrek. How.
ever, many of the lending merchants
claim that althoush manufacturers sre dlf
rlslng greater in'rren In the markr. no
block 1 of wool are being p'TehTsed. Some
dealers b'lev that the activity hi a alreatlv
besun, but other nutm that althone, r
ha not vet started, the eonatsnt nterft
of msnufacf urers irdlrite thnt It is not
far off. With nrloes on their preset
high hssls. the ltrr "llls e no neeeeaitv
of lavlcg In vat store of wool ss tiev
had done heretc'oie. 4'.e4er hls -rod"
of rrocedur will carried 't will de.
pend In greit measure i oinditionn t'M
arise. Several con'-e-vstlv wc-l men he.
Ilv that thla "hand o motitVi ' bt'i'tne
lota IS. ati and .1. Wlack'
Maiv itirhui dmin to
t n .--nfih lot 4, I lot k :l,
til-: 111 -hill! II Mill
block 5, Florence
Ltoigo liichaitison et
Mogfctc, foui-tuilia lot
. rinilth a. and futir-llftiis lot
block j. Florence
Joliunnts V. Peterson to Mary Agnes
Bweei.ey, li,t , blork 3. Malioney A
Mlnnhan'i add., South Oinfcha
Chimney L. Wlltne to Marg.iiet Uroan
Ilurgess, fot i, block Ki
Maiietiu Greene and husband to An
nine Hire, lot 4. block 3. Sooth.
Elln l' Strong und husband to An
ionic Kuncl, tit lot 13, Kbuntze's
Jucoli Oish ard wife 1j Frank J. Seran
son, e't lot 0. blrcji 10, lUcds 1st ...
Will (. Hiinonson sml wife to Matliew
A. 1 In II. hit 13, blink 1 eubdiv. lot
l'i. Kensington .....
William A lintry to Mat hew A. Hail,
lot 3. attack s subOtV. lot ltl. Ken
stngti n 1
Edward Lawrti.cv et si. to John E.
Klmi son, lot 4. bluc k 5. B A Hill s
Ill' A Jorgcnsen snd hul snd to E.
W H'unaii. iiaV nwV si. l.-l'i-li'i. .
ill obtain for a r hll at 'aet. The Its !!! T. ('Mrtrl(rh' ard htielwind to
week's franenctlr.ee IncVide fair transfers ' Joseph Voltz, lot 4, blfx k 17, Siuth
of terrltorv, tinwaehed fleeces, Oregon
stock, the finer grndee r,r nulled nnil sone
Australian. The prlnclr."! rieniaml t for
territory and fleeces tjti'te a fslr bul
ness In original bs of Montana wool Is
being don at i.WfT-Ac. Fine medium l''h
and Ohio ara selling well st rs;4c and KU
T7'e)c. respectively liair rnond and -li"- 1
eight Wyoming hav ba takao at 27J
( nun hit
WiWon T. tiroliHiu and wife to Walter
J Catttn. lot 9, block 7. KenilaH'a
Kale Hunt and liuxtiand to James A.
Hiiinhsiis, lots 1. i, 4 and 6, and ti
feet lot 6. Hunt suUliv
Powered by Open ONI