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TIIE OtAIIA DAILY BEE: . THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, ,1906.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE U1R&ET
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1-RiCES WAKN ; AfTt'rt SHORTS COVER
How Ipr1a7. -Wheat Receive at Mia
aeapolls aad Thla WIH Nw B
Isaportaat Factor Cor-a Kasr
with Lead lag Cereal.
le; extras, KAys.
The receipts. and
Corn, bu. ...... ,
Bye, bu ,...
CHnm, firm, 11 VfcC-mw
Shipments of flour end
, 4H.400 23.44
W7.6O0 11. 1
7M 4X) . . 21H.4O0
, ..ieou n.io
.0no , ,
, I rice
f i' lower
if be ute
Vi bprlnc wheat ra
T now and will b
leceipta laat ya
Omaha, August 22. ia.
Vt heat opened with a, rtrvnr tone thla
morning, dua to rain tn the northweat.
and pricee were up a fraetioa. VVmH
opean market and poor export demand.
!eT, wera responsible tor a ore alter
shorta had . aot - through covenna.
rice dropped and the .ciitaa waa Wo
wer than yesterday on Daramhar. with
bt-utember unohansedL .
Receipta war moderate and the caah dr
mand strong. There la lHUe prospect of
export buslnesav being? done on the basis
( present prlee. Ths, spring wbeat move
inent has begun, Minneapolis receiving tan
ri ima mouini, wnicn wm ot fine quality.
receipts wilt rapidly increase
oa an itnpurtant lactor.
raoeipta waia aluuo Dusn-
enta SllLuuO bushel, aaainat
Pla laaL yaar ot azLOou buahaia and
ahipiuenta .of UAOOO buahaia. Corn receipt
wera 462,000 buahaia and ahlpmenla 400.0UO
buahaia, against receipt lat year of ?lf -uh
buahela and ahlpment of 460,003 bushels.
Clearance wera 4A,0 buabela of wbeat,
II,ki barrels of flour, 4L0OQ buahaia of corn
and 14.000 buahaia of Oats.
Liverpool closed Hfti hither on wheat
anil VwHd higher on corn.
Early prices on corn wera firm, but corn
weakened with wheat, losing a fraction
from yesterday. Receipts were very email
and the cash demand decidedly good, but
ucferred futures were heavily sola by com
mission houses on prospects' of showers
Trade continues light, with a narrow
lange. ' '
From the Reoord-Horald : "It Is learned
on the best of authority that a private
aale waa made Monday of nearly fcOOO.MOO
buahela of September wheal to tiro leading
eletator concerns, which gave the Decern
bar In return at a premium ot c per
bushel for I be latter. The eett lament Is
understood to be the Changing over of that
portion of the line of long September
wheat that will not be taken In and paid
for September 1. It la estimated that the
September holdings ail v told was between
lO.uuO.ooO and 11,000,000 bushels, but that
about half of It will be paid for oa de
livery. Thla In a measure explains the
marked drying up of September oflerlnga
tn the pit yesterday.' Miscellaneous small
holders of September have been pretty well
liquidated during the decline of 16c per
bushel culminating Monday morning. The
aotual grain Is la atronc handa"
Local range of optional .
ArUclas.l Open. Hlgh. Lew. Qom. les y
Wheat I I
Sept... W4B4w4VB C4UA 64HA MA
Sept... 4B 44HB aWA MHA 44
Deo.... SHiB., A tA tii
.vty ...A.. I9B t3Q
A asked. B bid. .
Omaha Caah Bales.
WHKAT-N6. I hard, 1 car, 6c; t cars,
4c; 1 car, 6Scj 1 oar, ema.
CORN-N0..S, 1 car, 44u; No, t yeUow, a
Omaha Cash Prices. v
WHEAT No. J bard. ,tMJ4M4o; No. I
hard. 62ti4o; No. 4 hard,, Sltifcc; No.
CORN-Np. . 4Bt43Hc No. t yeUow, 43)40
VW AVe WI1JL4V, WI('11H
OATH-No,. mixed, 27"28cj No. t wbjte,
RVE-No. 3, lo; Ne. t,iiW.
'..Carte Revel ate. "
, - -- ' Wheat Corn.' Oats
viu:SU 71 . . IB
J64 ', 42 '
i 4 annas City
CHICAGO ORAM AMD PROVISIONS
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rsatarea of the Trad 1b a; aasl Closlaa
. , Prices oa Board of Traaa. ":
CHICAOO, Aug. B.--Increased reoetpts 4f
wheat at Milwaukee 'tnd(ced"llberair1iauK
anuoii totlay In the local wheat market and
caused a weak' tone at thtf close, Tnnl
quotations on the September delivery being
off He. Corn was down Ho. Oats were
unchanged, provisions were lMlc lower.
The wheat market opened firm vn a llveiy
demand by shorts. Firm cables and con
tinued wet weather In the northweat were
largeiy responsible for the demand. ' fn
favorabla reports concerning the spring
sown crop, both In this country and in
Canada, ' also encouraged buying-. The
damage to spring wheat. It wag claimed,
waa mostly In North Dakota and Manitoba.
The in t Hal firmness was well maintained
Until about the middle of the session, when
the market began to weaken under free
offerings from the local holders. As trad
ing advanced offerings Increased In volume.
ine aei.ing was started by a report Irom
Minneapolis to the effect that, ten cars of
new wheat had arrived there today. Kven
tt these. It was said, graded No. 1 northern,
two graded No. 1 bard and the other was
of the durum variety. The excellent quality
of these arrivals was the chief factor in
bringing out the liberal offerings on the
local market. Inasmuch as the wheat came
from territory where It was claimed the
yield waa vecy unsatisfactory. Liquidation
was In evidence throughout the remainder
of the day and the tone of the market be
came quite heavy. The cloae was- weak.
Bt pieniber opened Mfi higher at 71 Vs. sold
up to 7Ht$7Jo, and then declined to 1o.
C 'Iterances of wheat and flour were equal to
Gul.fr bu. Primary receipts were bu.,
compared with 1(21,400 bu. the corresponding
day a year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth and
Chicago reported reoetpts of 171 oars against
404 cars last week and 1M cars a year ago.
Firm cables, small local receipts and
practically no acceptances had a strengthr
enlng effect on the oorn market early In
the day. There waa a good demand by
commission houses the greater, part, of the
day. The break In wbeat caused con
siderable profit-taking In corn, whloh re
sulted In an easier undertone. The close
waa easier. Beoteniber onened lac hhrher
,"V 4SWC old up to So and then declined
,0 wc. 1 lie ciuav was M,i:. uucai I V
celpts were 74 cars and 36 of contract grada.
Oats were quiet, but Inclined to flrmntsa.
Local receipts were small 11U cars and ac
ceDtancea were reported aa being very
light. Weather In the northwest waa wet
wlilch, it waa claimed, would damage the
grain In shocks. . These factors combined
with the strength of wheat and corn was
the Influences that caused a moderate ad
of the gain In the session. Practically all
of the gain was later lost of profit-taking,
the market closing" steady. September
opened c higher at Kc. sold off to srHo
and closed at 3 1 .
Provisions were dutl and easy. LJbarai
receipts of live hogs at all weatern packing
centers were the principal depreaslng in
fluence. At the close September pork waa
off 5c at 117.00. Lard waa down SHo at M00.
utv. &n lower at tt.sK
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tea receipia ior iohmu-tot; wram
oorn. 114 cars; oatg, 204 cars;
leading futures ranged as follows:
I 111 Ksllme
i IV lis rare:
1 k : Tb
j 1 a
4 Srt-?,Wm'a, I
5 U BDt...(
1 R "er .. W
I HW Pec ... 44Si
I I? J May... 481,2
! J f Oats
f lr tept.,. t
I M Ma... UKl
1 If Fork
I) Jan.... UN
II , Lrd
U Ueut... K
H (let... IA
L Nov... 4 4714
ft Sept... . I n
B VU... 4 70 I
B. Jan.... ISihU
1 - y 1
Open. Hlth. Lew. Qoae.1 Tes'y
' VH .-TOS 7IH
' tin 7r 74H
77T 74 7S
4 4H ' 4S
484 44 44H
, 44 44 464Q
' 74 - eTt ' tt
3XQlSi n - ts
17 m n
11 46 l4e UtO
43 40 4 4?H
! 4S I47H trrt
421 I 42 I 44
' Itfi I IB 0ft
I 47Hi to n
. I 18 t
No. .....,, ,
KLOl.'R Steady: winter patents, SS.560
t: straight a. t4; spring peaents,
I? 0; bakers,. al-Jota).
WHEAT No. I earing. 747t; No. t, 79
Tie- No, I red. TOSTIV.
CORN No. I, 4V: NO. I yellow. Hi1i.
OATS-No. J. V: No. 1 white, StHt
Zl. Ne. J white, )4H4e.
i;if.-so. i. sec
HAn.KT-Falr to choice maHlng.. 4flW,
t-,iM.t incv. 1 nax, no. 1 aortn-
'MOVleinNEV-ehorfrlbs Sides OooeeV,
'viS tb.- Mees pork, par bbl.. 17.061I.14.
lai d, iwe W lbs.. ts.4V B'lort dear sides
(boxed), ja.a6454.l71e. . -
On the Produoe exenaago today the but
ter market wm firm; errtmery. MifI3lc;
tnlrv. ITtJoc. Kirge. steady; at mark. cas
luiuudsd. U'lao) tlrata, lio; prtiue- flrata,
IBW YORK OCItEnAL. MARKET
Qeotatloaa of the Day oa Varlooa
NEW TORK. Aug xtriXH'R Receipt,
12.ti, bblB.; exporta,- 20.747 bb.; market
steady. but quiet; Minnesota patents
14.204 40; Minnesota bakera, li.VQ9 0; win
ter t ten Is, U8"C4 1&; winter straluhts, 16 40
i.b; winter txtrs, K tis.; winter low
Krsdes. 12 7Vrf2 3. Rve flour steady: fair to
good. S3.rfel.76; choice to fancy. 3 S0iH if).
CURNMKAIr-eteitdyi flne wtilte, tl-M
126; coarse, tl.litj'lU, k'n dried, Kl.MHf
HTE Nominal; No. t western, tic nom
inal, c I. f.. New Tork. , . . ,
WHEAT Receipts. 161.8r0: exports. 1S9.-
7K1 bu.. Spot, easy: No. t red. 77VkO elevator;
no. 1 rea ,c 1. o. D., anont; coj 1 nortnern.
Imlath. ttic 1. o. b.. afloat: No. 1 hard.
7Mkc, f. o. b., afloat. Although firm
and higher at the opening on strength In
the northwest, Wheat became weak later,
owing to bearish foreign markets. Improved
f prtng wheat crop news, liquidation and
poor export demand. Lsat prices showed
SQ'ttc net decline. , May. MVSjitjU.o. cloid.
MV4; September, 74j'7ic, closed, Ttc;
December, MHuti 7-W, closed, 8Hc.
CORN Receipts, 1.75 bu. exports, Sb,KJ2
bu.; sales, 60,000 bu. futures. Spot market
easy; No. X 47c, elevator and W?4 f. o. b.,
afloat; No. I yellow, sic; No. i white, Co.
Option market opened stesdy with wheat.
oui weakened under increasing receipts,
rromiees of better weather and liquids
ion. cloelna- Xlq nmt lower. Rebtamlmr. hh6i
tVc; cloaed, Ko; December, bibM:,
JA IB ileoelpti. I74.7W bu.J exporta 13,
236 bu.; spot market steady. Mixed oaiw,
ifc32 pounds, Kc; natural white, Sa.12
pounds, JKldrHc; clipped . white, o40
HAY Steady: shipping, 65-&75o; good to
HOP Quiet; ' state common to choice,
16, U17c: 1M and olds, nominal; Pacllio
coast 1, Ja'aH8c; 1904, lie; olds, nominal.
HIDKS Steady; Galveston, 20 to 90 lbs.,
20c; California, 21 to 26 lbs., 21c; Texas, M
to 27 lbs., 19o.
LEATHER Firm; acid. 2Cff27Hc.
PROVISIONS-Beef, steady; family. $10.00
E 10.60; mess. 8.00i.60: beef hams, $21,009
60; packets, it) owe.00; city extra India
mess, $14.004714.60. Cut meats, quiet;
mess, $6.OO016.5O. Cut ' meata steady;
pickled bellies, IU(lO31J.00; pickled should
ers, $s.2&gv76; pickled hams, $12.0012 60.
iArd. quiet; western steamed, $S.706.7S.
Refined lard steady; continent; $9.10; south
American, $10.00; compound, 7H37HC Pork,
steady; family, $10 60f1 .09: jihort clear,
tK.Oiru 18.76; mess,' $l$.O01.26.
TAULOW-rirm; city, V4c; country.
6fMo. . . .
Bbl'TER Firm; street prices, extra
creamery, IS H 24c; prflclal prices, cream
ery, common to extra. 111 23c; state dairy,
common to fansy, 14ttf?r2tkc; renovated,
common to extra, 14 0 20c; weatern fac
tory, common to firsts, 13Vk18c; west. , n
Imitation creamery, extra, HUtfZOd;
CHEESE rirm; state full cream, large
iancy, iflc, lair .10 gooo, 4IKFi4C, snia.il
fancy, 12c; fair to good. 11Vi01Io; iu
ferlers, 1010c ...
EOOS Strong; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy . selected ' white,. 26024c;
tate, choice, 2l4?24e; mixed extra. Hit
24c; western firsts, 19&lc.
POULiTRlf Live, flrtn; western spring
Chickens, 16c; fowls,, 1SH; turkeys,
12 He; dressed, steady;, western spring
chickens, 14016c; turkeys, 11 lie; fowls,
' St. totals Gntral Market.
' ST. LOUIS, Aug. ' 21 WHEAT Futures,
lower; cash, Arm; track, No. t red, cssh,
70tF71c: No. 1 hard, 6Hfii72c; September,
b8.'hic; December, 7114a
CORN Firm; track. . No., t cash, 4748
48c; September, 4Sc; No. I white, 60Hc
' OATS Firm; track. No. 1 cash. Ho: Sep
tember, lOo bid; December.. No. - I
white, SJc.' . .
FLOUR Steady; ' red winter patents,
$3 383.60;. extra fancy-anil straight, U-Wi
' HEED Timothy, steady; 63.5034-00.
CORNMEAL Steady; $2,80.
BRAN Oood .'. demand; sacked, east
HAT Steady; timothy,' HI.IOG17.0O;
prairie, $7.6010.60., r ,- t -.
IRON COTTON TIES $10., ,
, BAQOINO l-16c ... . '
' HSMP TWINE THo.' , V ' "
- PROVISIONS PortT ataadv: lobblna.
$1. , . Lard, steady; prime steam. 8.32vi.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed, extra
shorta , l7ft; - elear ribs, $S.6EH' short
clears; 19.76. Bacan., staadyi boxed, axtra
short, tlO.121; clear, ribs, tl0,37H; short
Olear, $10.60. .
POULTRY Quiet; chickens, 9c; springs,
12o; turkeys, 140 ; geesei 60.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, l24Hc;
- BOOS Firm; 16c; ' case' count;,
. Reoetpts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls. ... . 9.000 11.000
Wheat, bu 76,000 46.000
Corn, bu 167,000 , . 106.000
Oats, bu ....114,040 76.000
Kansas City Grata aad Provisions.
-KANSAS CITY,' Aug. 23 WHEAT Sep
tember, 64fto; December, 47Hc; May, 71 Wc;
cash. No. I hard, 7i70c; No. 3, 6ti4j9c; No.
t red, S7c: No.' L bGtc. .
CORN September, 43Hc; December, $9c;
May, 40c; caah. No. I mixed, 43c; No. A
43c; No. I white, 46to8'4tc; No. I, 4Hc.
OATS NO. I white, liVso; No. x mixed.
YE Higher. No!"!. 68Hg0b. .r "
HAY Steady. ChHce timothy, I1L269
11.60; choice prairie, $6.75. '
BUTTaiit creamery,, tio;. packing, leo.
EOOS Firm. Extra.. 18c; flrsta. cases In
cluded, 17c;. seconds, 10c.
.1 Receipts. Shloraents.
Wheat, bu ............v.ltt.000 4O.O11O
Corn, du.m...a,.i K.uuo . 37,ono
Oats, bu. ,.... $2,400 1,400
MlssespslU Ora1a Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Au. It -FLOUR First
rntenUs K0a4.10; second patents, $3,869
96: first clears, $3.2642'S.46: second clears,
$J.604j4.t. , r '., , ,
BRAN bulk, IU.60V1I.7d. . ,
in 1 . , m
(OumriOT own , ra quuiiuuD, ivr
J X m.A A.I Ur.pWl HK.
rang of prices, as reported by F. D, Day
Co., 110-1U Board of Trade, was:
Articles. I Open. I High. Low. J Close. Tes'y
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NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Won Hggfly Forsii Condition! Travail ia
Wall etr4t Mirkot.
BOTH CALL AN 3 TIME LOANS RISE
Demaad for Moaey Caaaee Spooa
latore to Halt aad Late
Prleea Arc Weak and
NEW TORK. Aug. 22,-Mor nearly nor
mal conditions prevailed In the stock mar
ket tooay. The fremy of the four days
following the so-called llarrlman episode
gave place to a saner and safer course.
Trsding was only moderately large, com
pared with the previous days of tns week,
snd the trend of events seemed working
towards a more logical conclusion. It waa
evident that the element to a-nlch respon
sibility attaches for the recent movement
had begun to take heed of Impending flnan
clal conditions. Indeed, the uay s develop
ments in thst quarter' were highly In
teresting and called for serious considera
tion. Not only did oall money advance to
per cent, tue highest figure in sSveral
months, but there was also a deci,d stif
fening In time loans, 4 per cent being de
manded for practically all periods. With
the present weak bank position, the sur
plus of the associated Institutions at Its
Hiweit for this particular period In thir
teen years, and enormous crop demanda ap
proaching, it was quite natural tnat money
conditions shoald undergo a marked
change. There were peralstent reports of
early gold Imports, and the further weak
ness In exctiange lent plausibility to these
stories, but experts figure tnat none would
be obtainable before the coming week. If
then. The early feature was the move
ment In the Hill stocks, whlcti carried
Great Northern preferred to the highest
level reached In the present movement.
Northern Pacific participated In this move
ment, and tne threadbare story of the
"ore deal, ' with resultant ' rights ' to hold
ers of the Hill Issues, were revamped with
more or less wealth of circumstantial de
tail. As a matter of fact the financial
community Is of the opinion that the ne
gotiations between the Hill Interests and
the United States Steel corporation for con
trol of these properties have been prueV
tlcally closed. Thst some material bene
fits will accrue to holders of the Hill se
curities is also believed, but signs do not
point to an early announcement of this
very Important matter. The Irregularly
which characterised the opening of the lo
cal market was doubtless a reflection of
conditions In London, which sold, American
securities, later takins the sama attitude
In this market. Trustworthy reports
agree that that center has taken huge
profits In American stocks on the recent
The Harrlman Issues manifested a hail
ing tone st the opening, but later- moved
up with the remainder of the active list,
keeping well above the previous day's clos
ing quotations. They held rather better
than certain other active issues, whose
early 'gains were wiped nut in the begin
ning of the afternoon session, when the
rate for call money advanced to the high
est. It was at this Juncture that room
traders took an aggressive attitude on the
bear sida, offering stocks at marked con
cessions In the hope of catching stop-,
orders. This move was partly successful,
but the freedom with which these offerings
waa absorbed soon brought a. substantial
rally. After a - brief period of dullness,
during which Oreat Northern preferred,
Northecn Pacifto and Colorado Fuel lost
the greater part of their early gains, the
market started anew, under the lead of
United States Steel. The common stock
was taken in enormous quantltlea, selling
aa high as 46, the highest price reached
In four years. The buying was reported
to be of an Impressive character and was
accompanied by rumors that this stock
will b plaoed on a 4-per-cent basis, its
original status, at the next quarterly meet
ing. . ,
i he market underwent a complete re
versal In the last twenty minutes, a ter
rific drive by the shorts, and the weatern
speculative coterie affecting prices through
out the list. Not only, were all the day's
gains lost In this movement, but a number
of material declines were registered, the
market - closing weak. . There , was a
further loss by the banks to , the sub
treasury, the decline now - amounting to
almost $6,000,000. In addition to this loss
It is understood that some of the banks
have been making heavy .direct ahlprnenta
of currency - to western and southern
points. i , -
'Bonds were Arm. Total sales, par value,
$2,286,000. ' United States- bonds were un
changed on call. ':''''
The following waa the range of prices on
the New York Stock exchange: '
alas. Hlo. jbw. cwm.
Minneapolis Cash Cloae Wheat: No. 1
hard, 774,c; No. 1 northern. WSc; No. t
northern. 74c; No. 2 northern, 72q,7$o: No.
1 durum,' 7c: No. 2 durum. 66Sc. Corn:
No. I yelow. 474o; fyo. 2, 40c Oata: No.
I while, 3fc4c; No. t, SWfrMiSc Barley:
$346c. Rye; 60ft61Vc. Max;,2J.12.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. II. WHEAT ?pot.
steady; No. I red, weatern winter, Is
10d; futures, steady; September, Is
IVit; December, 4s 4d, '
CORN Spot, Arm; American mixed,
new, 4s 7Hd; American mixed, old. 4s
$V,d; futures, steady; September, ,u;
December, 4s I1t,d; January,. , new, 4a
td. ; . .
St, Joeeph l ive Stork Market.
8. JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 22. CATTIE
Receipts. 2,722 head; market steady. Native,
$4.u4tkl0; cowa and he; f era, $1.6wdi.J0;
stockers and. feeder. $2 0Ofl4.J.
HOOo Receipt 4.64 head. Markot.
steady te 6c lower. Top, $4.40;. bulk of
sales. $6 1064.26.
8UP AND LAMBS Receipts, $74
bead; market weak. Lamba, 17.40.
PEORIA, Aur. II -CORN Strong; No. I
yellow, 4M; No. a. 4vc; No. 4. 44c; nu
OATS Firm; No. I white. lOHc; No. 1
White, aj0c; No. 4 white. irvffSUc.
WHISKY On the basis of $U9 for fin
ished goods. . - i ,
Mllwaakeo Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. ?? WHEAT
Steady; No. 2 northern. 7740c; No. I
northern, 7476t1c; September, itie asked.
RYE Steady; No. 1. fclHtfflSc.
BARLEY Dull; No. . 66 sic; sample,
CORN Lower: No. $, caah, 4Htf4i4c;
September, 44c bid.
Philadelphia Trod are Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. H-BUTTrTR
Firm: good demand." Extra weatern cream
ery. f3H?'-4o; nearby prints, the.
E008 Ftrm: lc'hfgher. Nearby fresh
and western fresh, lie,-at mark. -
CHEESE Firm; good demand. New
Tork full creams. llHe.'
Dalath Grata Market.
DrLUT"- Aug. 21-WHEAT-No. 1
northern ' 77e; No. I northern. 7iV; Brp
ttrnVr. TTiic. ,
' BARtE -4640. "
eral fund exclusive of the tlafl.OO&Onn gold
reserve shows: , Available cash balance.
1120 162.414: gold coin and bullion. $iW.97.M;
gold certificates, $42.l,4eo.
"Jew Tork Moaey Market.
NEW TORK, Aug. S2 PRfME MER
CANTILE PAPER-6Vtf? Pr cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weak at M MB
for demand and at $4 1136 for 60-day bills;
posted rates, $4..CHtH SoVk commercial bills,
SILVER Bar. 8Hc: Mexican dollars. $le
BONDS Oovernment, steady; railroad,
firm. - -
Quotation on New fork bonds today
were ss follows:
C. . r. ta, f 1" Jatwa t. M Mr1e.. tf
4a hi.hk 1V ia 4H. rtt, lit
0. t. U. rat 10.-H, o 14 eeriM 'N
So eeuroa tt14 lo . etti ""i
r s. ol4 4a. re;....inj'4 U A N. on I. H 14
Sfi ceiKn Is4 Mtnhat. e. I-.I4 4S..I91V4
tl. a. new 4m res.. ..1 Cratril 4,..
so emipen lit "I Se l,t Inc
Asi. Tok. 4e t. ,Mlnn. t n. k n
lltH M . K A T. 4 '-4
Atrbtann fa. U....t"l as a r4
Sa (41. 4a Site N. ft. at Mn. e. . MS
Atltntie C. U 4... .1'W4 N. Y. C. trii. IHs....
B A O. 4 10 N J. V. tn. tm lit
4n IV,, MH Na, Parlfla 4a I04V4
Brk. k. T. ct. 4a... 4 .no J, T(4
Cotral af Oa. ta Ill 'Nnrfnlk A W. e. lttn
4e lat Ine 4T Or, g L. rft 4a.... K
4o M Ine o jPaon: e,. I1,, 101 Va
So M Ine f iReadlns fen. 4a Mv,
CTiea. A Ohio 44a... .10741 tt. L. A I. M. t. ta..H4'i
Chiracs A. I -..' TT .St. Lc A 3. r. f. 4s. Rt
C, B. ft Q. a. 4a... M4t. I I. W. can. 4.. T7
C, A. I. ft r. 4a... IS Seahoari A. U 4a.... 9
da cel. ta tlVSa PaalSa 4a
CCC. ft St U . 4a. .101 ee lat ta. etfa...
Tolo. Init ia. mt. A. TT So. ftallvaf ta...
Colo. Mia. ,4a T4n'Toaa A P. la...
Tela, ft so. 4s (I Ts. 8t- U A W.
Cba N 104V, t'nlon Partflr 4a..
f. ft R. o. 4s i.. to tr. S. ItMl M Is.
Dlat. sera (, MH;Wabaak la
Erie prior Uaa. 4a...,la. Ao. mrb. B
4a tn. 4a nav,! Wmtrrn Ml. 4a...
Hork. Vrl. 4Sa. 14 lW, ft L. B. 4a...
Japan 4s lUOHlwis. Ceatral 4s...
R.oaton Stork aad Honda.
BOSTON. Aug. 22-Call loans. 44Vg per
cent; time loana, 64gv per cent. , Closing
n""ttlon on storks nd bonds:
Atrnlaoa d. 4s Rlnghant
o 4a 100 cal. ft Harla
Mn. Central 4.... T& ntnnll
Atrhtaon inn'4('o,ixr Ranra .
do pi lost, ruir wa
Boaton ft A HT Frajiklln
Boatoa ft Ma '.14T- Oranby
Boaton BiOTatad 164 lale Rojrala
111.10 lCt 17
, T.)0 40 40
. M let
IKS lolH tot
400 141 111
Amal(anMU4 Cop par ...
Ainar. Car and Foundry
Amar. Cettoa Oil 40
da pfd ,
Amar. Eiprea, 400
Amar. Hid ft Leather afd K
Amar. lee securities ll.KiO
Amar. Unaead Oil
do pfd ' 100
Amar. Leeemotl, 60
Amar. Smelting ft gatalng 1 11
Amar. Sugar Reantog
Amar. Too. pfd ctfa .
Anaconda Mining Ca.
Atlantic Coast Lisa..
Brook Ira Rapid Traaait....
Central oi New Jersey......
Cneeapeake ft Ohla n
Chicago Ureal Weatern...,.
Chicago ft North waet era..
C. M. ft St. Paul
Chleego Terminal ft Traaa
C . C. C. ft St. lunula
Colorado Pual and Iroa...
Colorado ft South era
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Cora Products rtg..
do pfd '..
Delaware ft Hudaoo
Lack, ft Wealars...
bearer ft Rio Oranda
do lat pfd
do 2d pfd
Hockkng Valley . ........
da pfd ,
Iowa Central ,
do pfd ,,
K. C. Southern
Louiavilla ft NaahTtlle...,
Miun. u Log la
M.. St. P. Sault St,. M
Miaaourl. kaa. ft Teau.
N. ft. R. of Mexico pfd...
New Tork Central
N. T . out. ft Weatera..,
Norfolk ft Weatern
4o pld ,
People' a Oaa ,
Ptua.. C . C. ft St. 1,..,..
Prd aMael Car
Pullman Palac Car
da ia pfd
da id pfd ,
Ratk lalaad C
St. L. A San Praa. Id pfd
sc L. aauiSveaura
Southern PaclSe ,
Teaaeaaee Coal aad Iras
Tataa ft Pecia
11., St. L. ft Weatera.
I'. S. Eipreae
I'. S. Baaltr
V. S. kubber
t. S. Steal. '.
Wo.U Farte CipKaa
neaiiiigaouaa a.cctrk, ...
Wbaliag ft Lake Erie
W.ecoaaia Central ,
t aalral Leather
.i.l Nonkera Prafemd
S3 s ih
loe 11IS4. 11114 11714
. 1.I0 141 lv 140
. " 4fl loi lH l
. 4I.4S ri tn Mtst
, rr.oo Kit, tot lot
. L10 !4T4i 14T 1M
. 14.I0O HIS UT 117
. I. 00 7IV4 7I n
.. 2.M 141 144 114
14. TO lilts lpu4 104
.... .-. ti :
7 17 14
41 lit, 7
r nsi it,
10 7 70
1.100 14 1I4H 1IIV4
N. T., N. H. ft H
t'nloa Pacific . . .
1164 Maae. Mining ,
41 iOld Dominion
lti orol .,
Chrmlcal. 14 .Parrot t.
..II i Cjulncr
Am. Pnen. Tub ll1! Shannon
Am. Tel. ft Tal
Am. Wooiea ....
Dora. Iron ft 8..
Bdlaon ' r.fe. III.
Maaa. TJIactrle ..
l olled- Pratt ....
V. S. Steal
. .UJ United Copper .,
.. IT ll'. S. Mining .
..IMVj.U. S. Oil
.. SO I'tah ,
II North Butte ...
110 Butte Coalition
t Calumet ft Arliona..lMH
M . Teaumeek It
10T Arlaonn Com , 14
U Orn Conaoltdatad.. 4
Bid. - - ' 1
London Closlasr Btoeka.
tX)NDON, Aug. 22. Closing quotations
on tne stock exenana-e were:
Atrhlsen l.. ...104H
B. ft O
Chaa. ft Ohio
Chicago O. W ...
C. M. ft St. P..
D. ft R. O.-,
do lat pfd
do id pfd ,
Illinois Central ..
U ft N....
M K. ft T T4
N. T. Central 147 S,
Norfolk ft W PI
da pfd 1.... M
Ontario ft W 404
land Mine -. 44
itcadlpg ., Tl
Souther Rr 40
- do pfd .............101
So. PaclSe ' :,
t'nlon Pacific ,..1S4
' do pfd 14
O. a Steal........... -
do pfd .., 110H
do pfd 4
Spanlak 4a 3
SILVER Bar. steady, 20 13-16d per ounce,
mvnM-fjjn per cent.
The rste of discount In the opea market
for short bills Is 2 per cent; for three
months' bills. I b-lfVij'JV per cent.
' How Tork Mln4agr Stocks. -1
NEW YORK. Aug. , ?2. Closing quota
tion on Tnlnlna stfccks were:
Adams Oaa t Lltr Chief .....
Ailoa ,....2S4 .Ontarla ...........
EnaU 44oBM :, W
, 6t ' Psemls
, 1. Potaal
400 114 UV4
tioo liivi tii
io 4W4 ovt o
l.loo 44j 44 44U
si.no i&t no
M 11 11
'ioo isi" ii"
, 41. 400
, 1. It
, I. 100
4, To 141 .1,1 )41
1.VOO 4t ,7 4T
4.400 l. 11
7,00 141 141 141
141. 400 ,1,1 3, u.s
I'w n ai 1:1
4 M ll
liH ' io4
4.W0 101 10u 10v
10 114 111
10.400 14 11
1W) 10 10
a.0 it 14
To 14 l,
1.104 lite II
III.IWV IN, l,i 1,1
l.n 47 k) ,(S
40 loaw 10:
14 144 14T
100 41 ii
41.400 li Hi
ATU0 4 a
40.I. Ul, l.T Ij,,,
e. aeL if
4ud 1u ,a
iw . a.o.M akaraa
. Haak llearlsga.
OMAHA. Aug. tt-Bank cleaiings todav
w. $1,471,266.64. and for the correspond
daylaat year the clearances were iCvZ
WA StlNflTON, Aug e.-Today-s state
ment of the treasury btUanc.s lu LUe gu-
. ... . . . . v . rM.
f . I . , , rj B
Horn sirear '.!.140 Blera' Nevada
iid. Dii.er . ...... ,uo
Laadvllla Cob 1
flT "4 1-4 (,' " ' M"HlM I 4 4 -.
... , , . v PorolKB ty-oaaetat. j
7 jx:tmxt a . w .
supply but dearer today. Discounts were
firmer owing to prospects of dear money
on tho continent and ltv'the United Statea
On the ttock exchange ..the reaotion which
set In yesterday .made further progress
under the lead of Americana. Americans
were lower In all directions, the chief
Influences bojng the disturbances In Cuba
and the dear money fears abroad. Realiza
tions were noticeable among holders of
consols and home rails, while foreigners
were affected by. the Indifference of i'arle.
Cuban and Havana issues were flut on the
Insurrection . In Cuba. Americans started
.. and ,owr. the over-night decline in
Wall street Inducing realizations here which
continued until the receipt of the New
York opening prices, when the market
hardened and after some good business
closed firm, at well aljove the lowest quota
tlons of the day. Kaffirs wsre heavy. Cop
per shares were In good demand, especially
Amalgamated. Japanese Imperial tfa of
100 were, quoted today at 103.
BOSTON, Aug. 22The wool market la
"rm. following a period of gradual improve
ment Manufacturers are In the market,
especially those producing dress goods ana
clothing woolens, and some fair sized ord' rs
have been placed. Demands for quic de
livery continued to be noted, making cer
tain that the aupply of raw material at
tha mil a la Inw I. ,t M t ,
delaine has been In trading with 'meuium
grades In demand.. A liberal sainp.e busi
ness Is being done In the .territory, both
worsted affairs and woolen! manufacturers
showing interest. The leading quotations
follows: Ohio, Pennsylvania and above,
38(&3ac; fine unwashed, .i6427c; balf blood
unwashed. Si's 34c; three-eighths blood tin.
washed, 3436c; quarter-blood unwashed, ii23
83c; delalna washed, MiooVtc; celulne ua
wafhed, 27H'uJsc. Michigan: Fine un
washed. 25&?c: half blood, unwashed, 31Q
iVc; three-eighths blood, unwashed, $2Hfi3:!c;
quarter blood, unwaahed, SIit32c; delaine,
unwaahed, 27iff28c. Kentucky, Indiana and
Missouri: Combing three-eighths blcod, S3
Sic; combing, quarter blond, S34jJ4c. Taxai,
scoured basla, fine twelve months, i2y.c;
fine alz to eight months. 66370c; fine fall
clean, :t1Bc. California, scoured baeis.
good. 6870c; middle eonntrj- S!c; south
em. OVvaa: fall free, 6667c. Oregon, scoured
hasla. eaatern No. 1, staple, 72a 71c; eastern
No. I clothing. 67c; valley. No. 1, .u8.c.
Territory ataple, scoured basis, fine. Td'ft75c;
flne medium. 6Mf70c;' medium, 4.".Ji'46c. Ter
ritory ordinary, scoured baals. fine. 704571c;
flne medium, 68670c: medium, 66ti68c. Cr In.
rado and New Mexico spring, acoured. X.
670c; No. 1. 6466c. Pulled wools, scoured
basis, extra. 72f74c: flne A, 6fyfjt$e; A supers,
ufr4c; B surers, Elitrtlc
8T. LOlfS Aua. 22 WOOI-Steadv;
medium grades, combing snd clotMng, Jttf
c; light fine, l&vfjlic; heavy fine, 14trl7c; lub
w aahrd, tiUMc.
NKW TORK, Aug. 22 METAIJS The
London tin market was firm and higher,
with spot closing at 183 and futures st
163 17s 44 lxcally the market was qulel
and showed an easier tendency under
slightly larger offerings and a slsck de
mand. Buyers offered 111. but no ssles
war reported as low ss this figure and
most holders were asking 141. 16. Cooper
wss unchanged In the local irarHet, with
like quoted at t'l 76, electrolytic at 111.60
lake quoted at 116.76. The English market
was lower, with snot quoted at S4 7 cd
and futures .tt 84 6a Lead advanced la
M to 17 Is M In the. English market, but
remained quiet and unchanged, at 66 76 lo
cally. Spelter was eut. at M.OMiai 10 lo
cally, and was also unchanged At 77 In
the London market. Iron was lower In
the English market, with stsndard foundry
quoted at 63a and Cleveland warrants at
Us 4d. Locally the marVet wss Arm at
tn recent sdvsnce; No. I foundry north
ern, ll.7620.6; No.- I foundry northern.
tiivrwajAW; No. 1 foundry southern, ill .7
r?MV;- No. 2 foundry southern, 119.264V
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
No lUurial Chant is Cattle Vilne ii
HOGS OF ALL KINDS flV. CENTS LOWER
Heavy Fall tag OsT la Sheen Receipts
Wethers Tea to Tweaty Higher, '
Others Stroagt aad Tory ,
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 22, 1M.
Itafainf u a . , M m w 4naA.
Oftlclai Monday' 4.11 , 17. A4
utliclal Tueeday 4.104 .1 1K.W4
Otucial Wednesday t,at4 1.600 3,oo0
Three days this week. .16.131 H.27S 40.1M
Same days last week.... t.A 11.441 tO.aol
bame tfto weeks ago....li,o4 ii.Ml 4i.lo
Sa.ns three weeks ago..l.v4 W.V44 16.WI
Same four weeks ago...lx,4 1.1 2i.bl0
Same days last year....i;.sl 17,160 4.is2
KkCtli'lS KuR THIS TEAR TO DATE.
The following table show the recelpte el
cattle, hogs and sueep at South Omaha ler
tne year te ante, cumpaiert with last year:
Cattle 64,11 666.232 4VU60
Hogs I.elAJM l,4o. 1 .
Sheep l.OWu.Zl t4i.vU 6,su6
CATTLK Ui;oTAl lOM4-
The foiiowins will sliow tke prices paid
for the different kinds of calUe un the
ut u Oman market:
Uood to choice corn-fed steers. ...8.of4.Js
4-alr to good corn-fed ateeta 4.64r.(
i-oinmoo to fair corn-fed ateers., t-ova-J
Uood to choice range sieers t.eowe.t
' sir to good range siesta l-Vwut 40
Common to fair range steers s.twd.ot
Oood to choice cows and heilers.. J.iam't.tw
pair to gooo cows and hellers.. l.ev.I4
Common to fair cows and i.e.fi.. Liavw
lood to choice otockers leedais. .7o4.4
Fair to good stockeis and feedors.. I ksfl-.i
Common to fair stockers g.;tv,a2.40
Hulls, atsgs, eta kMwvl'i
Veal calves I.76414.7I
ilie tuituauig table ehov,s the average
price of hoga at South Omaha for the last
several days with comparison:.
Data. IA. l06.l4.iW..lfcC.lOl.ll0.
Aug. 14.. .j
4 14; I 16i I I2 ( 77 4 14
14 I 111 4 w
I 68 6 ?6 4 67
I I4 I 02
t tO 2 00
4 631 I Ou
6 I7 I M
- RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha 2.Wii.16 6.0oa.20
Chicago l.IUV4i.t6 6.60u.6d
Kanans City l.wij. 2b 4.ijo.iiH
St. Louis HOH4.40 60u.66
Sioux City 2.6o6.76 - t.7(ktfi.06
The otticlal number or cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
C, M. 4 St. P..
C. at N.. W east....
C at ,i. W., west....
C, bi. r., M. at O....
C, 14. at sj., east
C, H. & vt-. west....
C, R, L A P., east..
C, R. I. A P., wast..
Chi. Oreat Western..
Total receipts 167
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, - eacn buyer purchasing the
number of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Bhees
Omaha Packing Co 430 1.477 .....
jwlft and Company 76 . 2ul2 . l.WI
Oudahy Packing Co 102 2.M7 1.4US
Armour Co 444 LW Imio
cuoany pkg Co., K. C i6 .....
Vansani A Co Vs
Lobman 46 Co 47
McCreary 70 .....
to. I. toiephen 11
Hill A Son 134 , ..-.
Hamilton 4k Kothsohlld.. tU .
L. F. Hubs 4. - :..
Kingan s Co 236
Won A Murnan.: 261
J. 14. Hoot k Co 74
Bullan A Kline... 46
Nelson Morris ' G6
ttodden .' . 214
Other buyers -. 211
Touis -2 1,764 tuar;
CATTLE There was a vsry considera
ble tailing off In the receipts ot cattle
this nioruing aa coinpareu with ye.i'
oay, only 16a cars being reported In wliun
the niaraet opened, 'ine market was, as
a wnole, without any very noteworthy
Beef steers of desirable quality seemed
to be In very fair demand and sold quite
freely at good steady prices. The sup
ply was so light that it did not taao bu
ers long to clean up the few loada oi
fered. There were among the receipts
cattle good enough to bring 14.16. The
most ot the beet cattle on sale consisted
of westerns, which also brought about
the same prices as prevailed yesterday,
the trade, howevtr, was Inclined toward
dullness, there being no very great ac
tivity to the movement,
Cows and heifer u..-o sold at- about
steady prices, provided they were the kind
that packers seemed to want. The saius
men who happened to have - something
that buyers did not especially take to
thought that they had hard work In se
curing as good prices aa yesterday. This
was especially true of canning stock. Tn.)
market, as a whole, was rather dull, there
seeming to be a lack of snap.
Considering the total receipts there was
a fair showing of stockere and feeders.
The demsnd was quite good and the most
of the offerings changed hands in 'air
season. ' So far aa could be observed there
was no quotable change In prices, the
general market being steady with yester
day. Representative sales:
Pr. No. A. Pr.
4 00 II Ill 4 44
4 14 I !M I 4
4 11 .47 1111 4
00 14 1101 6 Tl
I 10 14 11T4 I N
I M M 144 4 16
i mi i
1 10 1 444 t
2 16 t 1114 I If
I 4 1 1014 Tt
I 1 Ill 4 40
,. Ir 11
Ill I 40
41 1 49
STOCK Kit 8
140 I 74
444 I 0
I It I
I it 1
I 4 1
42 feeders.. 1111
1 bull 1U60
40 feeders.. 1163
17 steer. ...1102
3 ill 4 cowa.
Mt J 4i
4 calves... 27
10 cows KM)
12 cows lost
roiiand co.-weo. i
12 feeders. .T124
Ronton Cspprr Market.
Closing quotation on Boston copper mar.
ket. retried ry l.oaan A Dryan. ; Board
of Trade Tmlldlng. Omahas
. aWokwk az
. 4N.,.d rwisalldatad. 14
U Keith Butt II w
nid naalaloa 4t
Boaloa raaenlldatrd. rt Oaoeol 110
Butte Coalition II Pdeu. g.rvlr 14
Calumet A Arlaoua. .111 Prn. (terries, pfd .lt
Calnme, A Hecla....1t0 Oulnar 12
Centennial :fhar 1
Cap, Racie T7Tamarrk 41
rlll West IT Trmltr
Knot Butts 10 Cnlud Fruit le
rraaklla irl'l;d S'.ala. CM... P4
Orraci Capper I4t'attrd Statea. pld ... 44
Oranbf llVtab tlnaaolldated .. 4
Helrefla ft, a Coppwr 14
I.I Aojal vtcitia 1
L. A Ptnaburg... IT w .on,
Mirhua.tu Wl,rlae 1M
t cowa 1100
4 cows 1075
24 cows 6V4
I bull ...
4 00 4 calve
1 90 4 cows..
A. Shaw Wyo.
1 CO I cows..
2 40 IS feed era.. 114
J. L. MahafTey-Neb.
17 cows pt4 1 66 22 cow....
4 feeders.. (24 I CO
6m Turner Wyo.
17 titers ...1111 I 16
A. Conte Neh.
T feeders.. W2 I 6 heifers.,
z so j neitc-v.
4 16 s:e s.
a 66 44 steers.
Horsey Co Wyo.
IM 62 cows 1041
I feeders.. (74
at i 24
12 steers... .1400
21 steers. ...llt
46 steers. ...1204
116 steers. ..120
6 cows to!
41 feeders.. Vi S 10
C. T. Coffee Wto.
a steer.. ..in I I S6
40 st4turg....U7 4 06 41 Steers. ...107) 74)
I strs....lo, M I steers.. ..112 ISO
I cow, )PI 100
Hnm-e Co Wye
44 steers. ..4044 4 10 44 steers ,.I1I I 40
N. Nareelt-tV IX
U steers ...116 I W
Wewtem Rsnch6s S. D.
42 steers... .11 I N
61 feeder . ll 4 10
Tl steers... .114 4 to
J. A. Bar
41 Steers... .U4 I K
I steers... .1414 S
A. rinaite rseo.
II feeder..10nrt 30 10 feeders
I steers. ...im I fin 4 cow,...
A. Kunkle Neb.
II cows....'. Sl lis I feeders. t 160
11 cows Kl
Cattle t o Wyo.
117 steers. ..1111
I steers... .14
I iteers ...K.I
t steers... .ht
1 steers.. ..112 a M
a steers. ...12 I M
which set in .--tooay,
hogs of all
lovr. me Iraio
113 steers ..lion I to
46 steers . ..1060 I 75
I sieers. ..1360 4 00
1 steers. ...112 4 o
J. A. Bar V
a steers.. ,.i!M t 16
I steers.. ..1233 a te
HOOd The decline
teraay was continued
kinOa beiin? uneienlv
was rattrer slow at the decline and the
forenoon was very weil aaanca before
a clearance waa effected. As to prices,
the general run ot hogs sold 60 10c lower
than the best time yeateroay, or lully c
lower than yesterday s general market.
As compared with the extreme cloae yes
terday there was no very great chango.
There was a lair shipping oemand which
heiped out to some extent providing an
outlet for the better grade of light and
butcher hoga. As ha been the case of
late, when the market Is lower, prices
were very uneven and hogs of the same
kind and quality sold at quite a wHo
range. Thus light hogs sold all the way
from 14.00 up to I4.J0, the latter prloe
being the top. as against 14.26 yesterday.
Heavy hogs sold from 15.76 to 16.16 with
mlt;ed and medium weights at ts.noti 0
The receipts for the week to date show
a heavy falling off ae-comoared with
lat week, aa will be noted from the table
at head of this column.
calves and year-
Ma. A. Ik. Pr. N. at. Sh. Pr.
4. ...... .0 ... 4 11 44 Ml 40 6 44
11 1.4 ... I 14 4 14 40 I
11 114 ... 4 11 44 IM ... t M
I til ... I 14 ' 14 rt ... I r
40 m n 1 it 4 t4 ... 1 io
14 Ill ... Ill Tl 4 ... 14
I 441 I It r Ml. 4 I
M0 ... I Ti 14 Kl ... 41
i 131 ... I T4 M Ml 44 I 41
14 1H 1 4 71 41 171 ... I 11
44 Vtl IM I M ' B4 Ill M I M
0 174 44 6 4 II 114 44 4 M
44 Ml IM I M 4 HI ... 6 M
41 Ill 144 4 44 41 4 ... I 44
It m 41 I M 4T 14 ... i M
4 10 1M I M 41 tit ... I M
41 10 40 6 14 H S!4 ... 44
4 Kl ... IM 41 411 ... 4 47
41 11 ... IM 41 Ill 14 4 0
M 15 M I II . II in ... I 0
14 174 ... I M HI M M
4 n SI I M 44 IM ...
m m ... is i ta it m
It 144 4 41 4 114 4 I M
IT Ml ... 4 61 14 U4 M 44
44 14 104 1 41 46 144 ... 144
41 ... M I 42 14 til Ml
17 14T 140 4 11 77 Kl M 4
II Kl M 41 T n 1 IN
n r 4 111 . h in 100 1 m
71 Ill ... I II . 14 44 M I M
M IM HIM' (7 12 ... 04
41 14 H IN (4 144 ... I 0
M IM ... 6 44 ' It "4 ... 4 41
44... 14 M IN J4 114 140 4
II Mi ... I M It Ill 41
II ...HI ... I II . ' II 131 14 4 4
M 164 ... ( M 10 Ill 40 4 04
11... IM ... 141 It 111. M I 44
44 141 It 4 44 10 Ill ... 4 04
47 IM IM I U 71. 141 IM 44
II ri ... I M ' 44 til ... I OS
I 1st ... IM " M Ml SO 6 04
M lil ... 4S 44 ...Ml .1. 1
'4 Ml N ll 71 Ill 4 111
1...:....M7 14 4 17 II IM ... IM
l......'.44 M 4 40 1 600 MIS
I.. Ml ... I 04
ant riret a feast and then a fam
ine, seventy-six cars yesterday anu omy
twelve touay, owing 10 .lie large ru
culpts anu to the auiuunt ot soruug that
haa to bo done yesterday, the traue w:u
a utile - stow aiiu, 11 aulj vli.ug, weak 111
spots on. lambs, a noteo. In this coiuinn
yesterday. Tooay the lew cars received
were in eaj-ly aud tn spue o. ttiv
piMViiase yeslercay the buyers wer all
out looking lor fresh auppi.es. me ru
suit was Uial averytnlng ,u sight changed
nands In a very short time, the pen being
oleared long before a.oviock 111 the morn
ing. As to prices, fat sheep were Iwjtic
higher. 1 he ainiitana wwxhers wuich
have been bringing 6.10 for some time
back' and whicn u.d yeterua a, ,,
brougnl $6.16 today. Yearlings sold lis
high as 16.40. There were 1.0 ciiotue urn. j .
hers to make a test of the market, bui a
lew fair iambs carried over uiougut
olderably more than was bid for thorn
yssterday.. 1 he leellng was that nad
there been any right good lamba nere to
day they would .have sold it mgh any
6-etdef lambs "started- out yesterday
rather slow, buyers showing a d.po..i 1
to hang back and to talk lower prices, but
the praaenc ot soma very heavy ouj
gave, the market a stimulating effect so
that the pen were pretty much cleared
before' night. The few that were carried
over brought good strong prices ,uuo'
and .the m' was true oi fruh recuip' .
'1 he lact Is the demand here for both
feeder sheep and lambs Is vsry good and
there Is no trouh.e lo d o ot every
thing coming, at very satisfactory prices.
Quotations on killers: Uood tu cnoiue
spring lambs, 64.7642 7.60; lair . to good
spring lambs, -14.26 0 4.74; good to choice
yearlings, 6. 4 4.04; fair to good year
lings, tb.26t6.60, good to oholo wethers,
I4.664M.26; fair; to good wether. !4.409
4 76; good to choice owes. 4.Ilt4.lv;
fair to good awe. II tO 4.10.
Quotations on feeders: Lambs, fl.TSQ
1.40: yearlings. It.000.t0; wethers. H60
f4.10; ewes. 63.6044.2i.
Vi Idaho lambs,
26 Idsho lambs..,..,, 71
10, Idaho lamba 1 70
612 Idaho wethers , 103
lit Idaho wethers.,. 103
tot Idaho wether..... 100
111 Idaho -wethers. 100
1(4 Idaho wethers 112
411 Idaho wethers.....: 1X2
(aKi Montana wethers 107
74 Idaho ewe and feeder culls.. 76
I6.1 Idaho ewe feeders It
21S Idaho ew feeders 83
117 Idaho ewes It
164 Idaho ewes .... 1 66
lot Idaho ewe M
1 Idaho ewes ' 107
373 Idaho ewes , II
64 Idaho ewes M
171 Idaho ewes 110
234 Idsho lsmb feeders 46
73 Idaho sheep and yearling... 74
224 Montana wsthera. 11
4M Montana wethers Ill
61 Idaho sheep and yearlings... II
30 Idaho yearlings 16
64) Idaho lamb feeder culls 44
77 Idaho lamb foedsr culls 64
lot Wyoming lambs ., 44
164 Wyoming lambs '... 41
IM Idaho lamb feeders 64
444 Idaho Iamb feeders 61
f0 Idaho lamb feeder 62
tot Idaho fseder lambs 62
61 Idaho feeder lambs 66
113 Idsho feeder lambs 63
466 Idaho feeder lambs 64
too Idaho feeder lambs 63
640 Idaho feeder lambs:., 44
43 Idaho feeder lambs tl
3o7 Idaho lamba 42
461 Idaho Iamb , 41
134 Idaho lamba 60
147 Idaho lamba , 61
4f Idaho lambs 60
26 Idsho lambs . 40
166 Idaho lamb 71
6 Idaho lambs 4
416 Wyoming lsmb 74
442 Wyoming lambs , 71
CHICAOO UVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Weak Hoars Steady
ta. StroBsT Skeep Steady.
CHICAOO, Aug. at. CATTLE Receipts,
21.000 head; market, beat steady; others,
weak to 10c lower; common to prime steers,
II 1 U,. 76; cow, 12.6674 76; heifers. 12 "
6 36; bulls. I2.OI14.60; cslves. 4MO87.60;
strrkers snd feeders. l.60i;-4.30.
HOOS Reoetpts, 2640 head; market, beet
steady to strong; ethers, slow; choice to
prim hesvy, K30)4 40; medium to good
he.vy. HlOillSr butcher weights, T.40 J
4.66; good lo chol.-e heavy mixed, M.IOV
426: parking. Mwwie.iO; pigs. 5 60fT46.
HllfcfcP AND LAMBS-Receipts. 22.000
head: market steady; sheep. 14 Vfjo.kv;
yearlings, 16.00-34.40; Iambs. KOO&1.00.
and feeders, M.004H10;
HOOS Receipt a, S.yo head: market IPo
lower: selling st I4 7tiut. bulk of sales,
St. Loots Live Stork Market. -
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 2X-CATTLK Re
ceipts. 6.O0 hesd. Including 1.4J6 head of
Tfxans: market stesdy; natlvs snipping
and export steers, o.751 40; dressed beef
and butcher steers, t4.le-iiai.10; steers under
l,i v rounds, I3.ik'ti4.26; stockers snd feed
ers, t6lT4-4; cows and heifers. 6.'.2f64.JO;
cai.nrrs, l.U(f.M5; bulla, tl 40111.76; calve.
63uu6.; Texas and Indian steers, 13.04
6.10; cow and lieltrrs. Ii4a.6i. 1.
HlKlS Receipts. 6.614 head: market
strong, pigs and lights. lS"tloei): packers,
tKMo.60, butchers and best heavy, M.I04
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, t.600
htaa. market stead); native muttons, tin
46. ci: iambs. culls and buck,
i.,6ja.w. Blockers, U.004i'6.4.
gtnvk la !lht. '
Receipts of live sleek at the six. prln-
clpal etern markets yesterday 1
South Omaha .H4
b.oux City 6h) 6.600
Kansns .lty 13. 6. ll.MO
et. Joseph 1.732 6.6M
Bt. Louis 6.O1X) 6.6iO
Chicago tvooe J6.000
Totals 44.664 63, 64
OMAHA WHOLESALES MARKJCT.
Coadltloa af Trade aad taaetatloa ''
la pie aad Fakey rrd. -
EOOS hecel pis, liberal: fresh stock. Me.
UVK PuL'LTRY Hens, tHjll0c; roosters,
&c; turkeys, iuc; ducks, ic; spring
tnickrns, l.tilc per lb.
BC 1 1 liR fack.ng stock, lie; ehotoa
fsnry dairy, loaibc. creamery, titfllVao.
HAT 1 rice quoted by Omaha Feed corn,
pany: Choice upland, 6160; medium, 66.1AIJ
voaviae, &.MQe.6u. Rye straw, I7.U0.
BRaN per tun, lit 60.
TOMATOES Home grown, per baaket
24 Iba., J..4ovc.
WAX BbiANS Per market basket ot
About 16 Iba., 60c
TURNIPS, BEETS AND CARROTS Per
LF.AF LETTUCE Hothouse, per do,
head, 20c, , -;
Clil.ERY-Per dot., tOc,
Cl'CLMBEKS Home grown, per doav,
UNIONS Horn grown, 2Ho per lb.; Spaa
lali, I2.0W per crate.
ORICEN UNIONS-Tor dos bunches, ste,
RADlSHka Per do, bunches, 16e.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., Il.ei,; Ne. t, U.71
LIMA BEANS Par lb.. 6V4C
QHEEN PEPPERi-lr market basket,
ORANGES Valenclaa, all slses, 14.00.
LEMON'S Llmonlera. etr fauoy, 244)
Ue. 17.60; 30u sis, I6.16; too Bise, tl-kO, other
brand... 11. Cu leaa.
BANANAS Per medium-slaed bunch,
ll.7oia2.if6; lumbua. tf.60vl3.OW.
POTATOES Pea on.. 40.. ,
PEACHES Yellow freestone, tl 10; Mis
sou. -I, per 4-baki crate, l.vutlJsi CaU
lotnia r.lberts, per box, 11.20.
PLL Mb O'lfoi nla, tl.sull.76.
PEARS Bartlett, pr box, 1264160.
GRAPES kome grown, per 6-1 U. basket,
WATERMELONS Psr lb, II40, or about
304, Jbc each.
CAN'lg.LOL'PFS'Colarade and Arisona,
par crate tstaodardl, ponies, 13.60.
CUT BEEF PRICES.
No. 1 ribs, lie; imo. i rios, loc; No! t rib,
6:c; Kit. 1 loin, m4ic; No. i loin, Ufeu:
No. a loin, be; No. 1 chuck, be; No. I
chuck, 4c; No. I chuck. 3c; No. 1 round, 6c:
No. t round, 7c; Nu. I round, 6c: No. 1
plate, Ic; No. 3 plate.- itWc; No. a plate, tc
graiiulated cane, la aaoaa, 1641; granulated
beet, in sacks, 66.21.
SiRwP In bbia, 270 per gal.; la eases,
6 10-lb. cans, 11.70; cases, 11 6-1 b. can, 61.;
cases, 24 3-lb1 cans, ILK. ,
CHEESm Swiss, new. tec; Wisconsin
brick, 13ul4c: Wisconsin ' Ilrnherger, Uot
twlna lJic; young Americans-, lc
COFFEE Roasted. No. to, aiVpe per lb.;
No. . 20Wc per ib.; No. 26, lc per lb.; No,
20, UVkO per lb.; No. 21, UVo per lb.
N Li iS Walnuti, No. L soft shells, new
crop, per lb., - loc; hard shells, per lb
14c. Pecans, largs, per lb., 14c; small, per
lb., lie Chili walnuts, per lb., li313bc.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c. hard
shells, per lb., Ito Coco nuts, ti.00 par sack
CURED FISH-Famlly whlteflsh, tier
.quarter bbl.. 100 lb... 64.00; Norway mack
eiwL No. L IA.OO; No. t, t-4.00; No. 1 130.00;
Irish, No. 2. Ill Ou; herring, In bbU., 300 Iba
each, Norway, 4k. IU.00; Norway, 3k, 113.00;
Holland, mixed, 611.00; Holland herring, in
kegs, milkers. 10c; kegs, mixed. 70s.
-CANNED UOOlTtJ-Corft. standard wsst
ern, 664joc; Maine, 11 16. Tomatoes, g.ik.
cans. tl.0641.40; 2-lb, Kctnoo. Plneap.
pies, grated '.'-lb.. 110632.30; sliced. il.Mi
gallon apples, fsncy, $3 00; California
apricots, Jl.7Kfj.00; pears, tl .764!.6o; peaches,
fancy, 1.76o2.40; fl. C. peaches, I3.0mbi2.69.
Alaska aalmon, red, 11.26; fancy Chinook, F..
1210' fancy sockeye. V., Il.te; aardlnea, U
oil, tt.60: mustard. 11.6031.10 Swt po
tntoes, 11.1 il i5; sauerkrsut, 1100; bump,
kins. ROctltl.OO; wsx beans, t-lb., 7649IOo:
lima beans. 2-lb., 76cQtl.B; splnsch, 11.11;
cheap peas. 1-lb., 60c; extra, loCtOc; fancy,
'HIDES AND TALLOW Orwen salted.
No. 1. l?Hc: No. i. live; full bides. IHiMHel
green hides. No. L 10c; No t, ici horse,
fl.WHOI 26: sheep pelts. 60c3tX2fc. Tallow. Na
I. 4c: No. J. tc, .7
WOOL-per lb.. ItiQtna, '.
Evaporated Apples as4 Dried FYalta.
NEW TORK. Aug. 22. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market nominal. Some new crop
samples are arriving and offers have beau
received of nearly1 prime fruit for prompt
shipment at 7c. Supplies for December de
livery re) obtainable around 6r.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prune
are unchanged on anot, with quotations
ranging from 7'4 to Ic. Apricots are Ann
In tone, with choice quoted at 14c; extra
choice, 17c; fancy at 164j20c. Peaches ars
rnmewhat unsettled, but not quotably
lower, choice being held at 104?llc; extra
choice at 11611c; fancy at llS12c; extra
fancy, 124T12HO. Raisins are unchanged
with loose muscatel quoted at l7c. and
seeded raisins at 443&0. London layer
OH aad Rosla.
OIL CTTT, Aug. -OIL-Credlt balance.
1160; shipments. 62.212 bbls.; average. 67,77
bbls.; runs, 73,711 bbls.; average, 40. W0 bbls )
shipments, Lima. 68,(at bbls.; average. 44.611
bbls ; runs, Lima, 46,634 bbls.; average,
, REAL KIT ATM TRANSFERS.
Daniel Kendall and wife to Hanora
Allen and Thomas Burke, lots, 7 and
I. block 7. Kendall tl IJCt
Charles P. Southard and wife to OU
C. Olson, lot 6S, Nelson's 1
Kate P. R. Thrush to William Wll
burn, lot 1, block, Pruyn Park , 1
Gilbert B. Teedrlck and wife to Anton
Gaantner, lot 4, block 4, Lake's 1,260.
Union Stock Yards Co., to Jams
Rees. lots 1 and 2, block 14, First
Addition South Omaha IO)
Nora O'Connor and husband to John
Busnan, lot 6, block 4, Hammond
Place South Omaha 160
John Rush and wife to Josle Oray,
lots L 2, a, 4 and 6. block L River
side ., 76
J. P. Therkelsen and wife to I. P.
Llnd, lot 7, Roger's sub to lot V,..., IOO
I. P. Llnd Phlllpp Plelse. same 600
Nettle Wheeler and husband to F. L
Meyers and wife, south 44, lot L
block 4, Newport addition 100
Oeorge T. Mills et al to Charles H.
Hoerr, loU 11. II. 10 and south H lot
21. block 6, Deer Park 400
Oeorge T. Mills et al to Joseph
Zimmerman, north H. lot H and all
lot 22, block I. Deer Park
Kenwood Realty Co .to Joeeph F. Mo
Donald, lot 144, Kenwood addition... 120
James Burneas. truatse to Union Na
tional bank, lota 1 ana s, 010c a
Windsor Terraoe ,
Kaaw, lv l.lvo- twk Mwrtr..
KANSAS CITT. Wo., Aug. .-CATTI-T6-Reol.ts.
13. IOO heitd, Including tjot) head
of southern. Fed steers, strong; other
weak to 10c lower. Choice export and
dressed beef steers 66. 70 '; fslr to good.
riiAiy; western Stetrs. I3fwi4 00; stockers
ana ivratra, ,.ii -i. louinrrn iiern. 9i. iu 1
. . , a.i . n. . . v. .. . 4nr.vtiyi. n -. , - . I
tiiOfH -; native helfe'S. H UtatM; bulls,
11 to. 3 10; cslves. oee tl I
HOOB Receipts, 11. om head; market. fC
liic lower Top, 64.36; bu.k of sales t It
4t4.Su: heavy. 4.(A 4 JO: Lackers, 64 10J 3);
ply and IJg'-.'.s. to.Tifil 36.
SMEKP AND 1.AMH3 Recslpts. t.4f4
head; market steady, active. Lamb. MOO
4V7 ); native sheep and vearllngs. I4l456 6A;
western yr'.lngs. 6 0ofV6 75; western clip
ped sheep, Httvlft; stockers snd fsedsrs,
Slows City Live gtesnlt Markot.
SIOUX CITT, Aug. tl (Special Tsle-gram--CATTI.WR-e"ti.
fio h;i; i..r
ket stesdy; stockere, slow; beeves, M 6wH
oows aad heifers. tf ttrtHtv; slooasaj
WATER POWER BOIIDS
Companies not subject to fran
chise restrictions. Cheapest
kind of Fuel. Demand for elec
trical energy assures success.'
Large yield on investment,"
A. B. LEACH & CO.,
NEW VORK. '
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