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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: AUGUST 26, 190ft.
CR11N AND PRODUCE M1RIET
Dull Trade, OharaotariiM all
Ihrovfe the 8aioB,
WHEAT FIRM ON WEEK-END COVERING
Weather Cntdttlens Veery "vceraBle
(or Harveetlagr Crete Cere Starts
Crvar aa Ukt bdaiM
Reeelate Oats elt.
OMAHA. Aug. 36, IK.
PuUcsaa u tb leading cnareoteriatlo
t Uie grain markets today. W heel was
hii lor e Urn, with a uttis setting by
um houtas, but firmed later oa wfi-enu
severing. VVesUber conditions through
out the spring woee oeit ar an that
could be oealred, and It la only a question
of time before receipts increase materially
at Minneapolis and iuluth.
Light , eauinated com receipts for Mon
day caused short) to oever in Bepteoiber
and operators cam In on abort May, r
aultlng in a firm tuna to Uio markat and a
1 strong oloslng.
Oat wer quiet, acting rather easy early,
t but nrmtnt toward tba oiose. Xba trad
waa without feature. . t
Primary wbeat receipt were (47,000 bush
ala and shipment 443,000 bushels, against
receipts last yoar of 740.0U) buabala and
shipments of 4U.4AJO busheia, Corn receipts
' were 11,600 buahele and ablptnenta F.l,(
buahele, against receipt last year of bifT.CWO
bushels and atilpmenta of 8v.0w bushels.
Clearances were 687,000 buahela wheat, 44.41
barreJa flour, 86,000 buahela corn and 16,0U0
bushels of oat.
Liverpool closed unchsnged to ttd lower
on wheat and MlpHd lower on corn.
Broomhall estimates world a wheat ahlp
rnerita Monday at 9.600,000 bushels.
W. H. Bartlett aaya thla regarding corn:
"We call attention to the fact that there
: are one or two counties In Indiana; several
oounttea In Illinois; two or three counties
In north central Kansas and one, or
possibly two In eouthern central Nebraska,
where too much dry weather haa cut the
yield down to probably three-quarters of
a corn crop; but these are Isolated locali
ties, whllo the balance of the treat corn
belt promises a bumper crop from north
Dakota to the gulf. There I every prospect
at the present time of our raising mors
corn than we did last year and we believe
that the final government estimate will con
firm this prediction."
Local range of options:
Articles. Open. Hlgb. Low. Close. Tes'y
MA 64KA 64V.A
67WB 7&A U7B
a i no aim tj
I HA1 44HA
I aI 1
A asked. B bid.
Onsahe Ceab Bales.
WHEAT No. 3, 1 car, MVjc; no grade, 1
OAlb-No. 4. 1 car, 27Vtc,
Omaha Vaa Prices.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. (MMUc: No. 1
hard. ("MSc; No. 4 hard. wiac; No.
COKN jno. , 48(a,4SHc: No. I yellow,
UtiAVAc; No. 3 white, 46StfHo.
OATS No. 3 mixed. l7rHc; No. I white,
ntiawto; xso. t wnite. z wwivto.
UYU-No. J, 61c; No. 3. 4&Hc.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
St. Louis ....
CHICAGO ORAM AKD PKOVISIOKS
Featares of the TvadtaK aad Cloalac
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Aug. S. Decreased receipt
as compared with th corresponding day laat
week caused a strorur close In ine wheat
market today, the (September uellvery do'
Ing at a net gain of H4c. Corn and oats
ere practically uncnunged. Provision
were a shade to Bo lower. .
Trade In wheat waa light all day, there
being only a slight aemsnd ana few oi
ferlng. During the early part of the ats
ion sentiment favored lower prices be
cause of the decrease of rain In the north'
west and a prediction of Increased world's
shipments for Monday. A. continued ab-
, seiice of export demand also exerted a de
pressing ,enect on price.' More anima
tion was evident In the market during the
last hour and considerable nrmnss was
developed. Small primary receipts was tn
cause of the atrotiKer tone. 'total ar
rivals today at all primary point -were
B47.0CO bushels, compared with TlO.OOO bushels
lor the corresponding day oi last year.
Damage reports from the southwest also
created a more bullish feeling. The mar
ket closed strong with prices close to the
hlchoat point of the day. September
Opened "WViO lower at 7T4C. sold ott to 71c
and then advanced to 71 Vic- The close was
at nHc. December sold between 7c
and VaUr. and closed at 74Hc, a net gain
of Mc. Clearances of wheat and hour
were eaual to 110.000 bushels. Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipt of liW
care against 376 cars last week and H40 car
a year ago.
Continued rain In Iowa and Illinois caused, i
considerable profit-taking In the' corn pit
early In the day, which resulted In a weak
market. Later, however, all of the !
wa regained on covering by short. Dam
age report from Kansas and an estimate
of small local receipts on Monday also con-.
trlbuted to the stronger feeling. Trading
on the whole waa quiet. The market closed
on tne wnoie waa quiet, ine n
firm. September opened yB
ilc to 4!4C, advanced to 48
at ihc. December ranged c
i w lower at
Kko and closed
I between 43VkC
and 431i944o and closed at 43c. Dooal re
ceipts were IDS cars with 128 car of con-
' tract grade.
Oats were quiet and steady. The mar-
' ket was bearish early In the day by the
easier tone of wheat and corn. When
those markets became firmer oaw followyd
them. September opened Uc to UflSo
Jower at- aajsaiao to 29". sold between
' ac4i ISnfiaHo and closed at D'$iVic. De
cember sold between yWSWtC and closed
at Sote. Ical receipts were 26 cars.
Provlslolns were steady cn a 6c advance
. In the price of live hogs. Shorts were
active buyer of lard. At the close t?ep
t ember pork waa off 6c at 117.0. Lard
.was down 2-4c at 36.77- Rib were a
shade lower at IS87H.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat.
4 car; corn, 146 cars; oats, 226 car; hoga.
The leading futures ranged a follows;
Atlclca Open. High. Low. Close. Ye'y
Cash quotation wer a follow:
' FLOUR Steady; winter patent. 83.301)
8 60; straight, $a.3t0.40: spring patenta,
$3 7033.60; straight. $3.30iu4.O; bakers. 82.30
WH BAT-No. I. T7-y74o; No. J red. T0y
. CORN-No. 3, 49Hoj No. 3 yellow. 604.
OATS No. 3. UrV?Vie; No. 3 whits, 81
. BjmV: No. I white. aiH0Hc.
RYK-No. 3, 6ac. .
HARLKY Fair to cholo malting, 4rt7lc.
BKEDoV No. 1 flax. $1.08; No. 1 north
western, 31 11; prim timothy, 33 76; clover,
contract grade. $13.
PROViaiONS-BhQrt rib, side (loose),
8S.U.U ITVk. Men pork, per bbl., $17. Lard.
per o ins., fs.eu. : (mort Clear sides iDoxea).
Th following wer th receipts of flour
and grain: ; -
v Rerelpta, Shipments.
Flour, bbl. tl avO 16.100
'Wheat. b. ' .ltCloo 117.700
Corn. bu. IM.suO 163 W
Osts. bu. $ii.T)o oa.auo
' r.ya. bu, . ....... 6.000
jaarley, bu 3s.6o0 1.606
Oa tha Produce exohang today th bui
tor market was firm; oreamerte. lejo;
dairies, 17I0464O. TtfK firm; at mark,
oaae Included. 1244 lto; ftrsu, 14Sc; prima
ft ret, loo; extras, eWe. Cheese, steady ;
v Liver paal Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Aug 86. WHEAT-Six
ta2i Ma 4 rad. wadrttra, a v44.
tvrsa. atrietl Ssptsnnbar. tt d Daeemeer,
COhM-pot Ann: Amerloan mixed, aw,
4 M; Amerloaa rnlyed. 014. nominal Fu
tures aulot; September, 4a ld; December,
la Td; January. 4a td.
mew toiuc obtikrai. mamickt
lastatlsas h Par a Tarlaa
NKW YORK. Aug. 16. FLOUR .Re
ceipts, 17,11 obis.: exports, 7.676 bbl.J
les, S.iOO pacKages; maraei oun mm
unchanged; Minnesota patent. M.I0O
4.4; baker. II.40WI.lv; winter psienia,
61. 0t4.16; straights, lltOwiit; extr.4.
12.1661 S6: low grades, I3.t604.3a; r '
flour, quleti fair to good,- 11.3601. j;
choice to fancy, 33.300 4 90.
CORNHEAL Steady; nns wnue ana
yellow, 31.1001.26; coarse, 31.1001.11;
kiln dried, 33.600 1.10.
HTI Nominal; ro. I western, eo, w. .
f., New fork.
WHBJAT Receipt. I3,oo bu.j exports.
113,321 bu. aalra, 300.000 bu. futures;
spot market saay; No. 3 red, TTSc, e.e
vatori No. t red, 7c, f. o. b. alloat; No. 1
northern, Duluth, 66 c, t. o. b. afloat
No. 3 hard, winter, oc, I. o. o. -i.
Owing to propect for liberal w.-rld a
ahlamenta. Imnraved northwost weather
and ltquldatisn wheat wa easier teday.
It rallied nar the close, mil waa nnauv
V4c net lower. May, MUtMltC eioaeo
64 He; Reptemher, 7ff7lc. cio.U
76 He; December. 31 0 32c, closed tJf.
CORN Receipts, 60.625 hh.i sales, 30,009
bu. futures; spot market easy; No. 3,
bc elevator, and 66 c f. 9. I. afloat;
No. t yellow. lc; No. 3 white. 33c. Op
tion markt waa quiet and easier on good
weather and Increased receipt, closing
V0Hc net lower. September, 6 S ft 64c,
closed 66Tc: December closed 52'.jt
OAT8 Receipts, 117,000 uu.; exports.
166.038 bu.; apot market quiet; m xed
oats, 26 to 32 pounds, 3r; natural
white, 39 to 32 pound. 34flHiCl clipped
white, 38 to 40 pounds, mt:
HAT Steady; shipping, ftoiaci gooa
to choice, S0ffl0.
hMilH- steady; spring oriw, tio-4.
mldoling, 616.75; city, 120.60024.60.
HOPS Quiet; state, common tu cnoi-e.
1606. 11017c; 1(04, and olds, noml ai;
Paclflc coast, 1(06, 13013c; 1(04,-12c
HIDfcrf Steady; Galveston, to to .?
pounds, 20c; California, 21 to 26 pounds,
21c; Texas dry. 24 to 30 pound. 13c.
I.EATH F.R Firm ; 18 0 27 HC
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet; family,
310.00 11.00; mess, fS. 000360: t.
hams, 321.00QS2.60; packet, 8.6O0(.O9
city extra India- mess, 61.0Ugp l.hii: cut
meats, steady; pickled bellies, 11013c
pickled shoulders, 84 sine; pickniu
hams, 12 12 He. Lard, steady western
steamed, $8.70i2 8.10; reflned, lirm; conti
nent. (.J5; South America, 310.00; com
pound. 7H7He. Pork, steady, family,
318.60019.00; short clear, 17.00feis..;
TALLOW steady; city, ihcs country,
RICK Quiet; domestic, lair to extra,
IV0ec; Japan, nominal.
BUTT Hit Firm. Street pnees: Extra
ereamery, 23H04o. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, ifi&uihc; state
dairy, common to extra, ltiy-JVkc; reno
vated, common to extra, 15df0Vsc; western
factory, common to first, l4H0lic; western
imitation creamery, extra, 40c; western
CHEESK Steady; tate full cream, large
fancy, 12Hc; fair to good, 12014c; small
fancy. 12Hc; fair to good, HH012c; in
EGOS Firm; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 26027c; choice,
24it2c; mixed, extra, 24'Jc; western first,
20c; western' second. Vytt9c.
POULTRY Alive, nominally firm; west
ern spring chickens, 15e; fowls and turkeys,
ISHc. Dressed, quiet; western spring chick
ens, Italic; turkeys, 13014c; fowl, 10014c.
Bt. Los Is Oeaeral Market.
ST. IXUIS. Aug. t5.-WHEAT-Futurea.
higher; cash firm; track No. 3 red cash,
VOVuTlVic; No. 3 hard, 70073c; September,
68c; December, 72Hc
CORN Firm; track No. I- cash, 47:
September, 45c; December, 41Sc; No. 2
OATS Futures, steady; cash weak; track
No. 3 cash, 30V4c; September, 254c; Decem
ber. 81Ac; No. 2 white. 32c.
FLOUR Steady; red winter patenta,
$.1.SfKi3.60; extra fancy and Straight, 32.8641
8.85; clear. 32.2V9275.
8FED Timothy, steady. 33.6004.00.
COHNMEAL Steady; $2,60.
UR AN Steady; sacked east track, 73076c.
HAY Steady; timothy, $12.60017.00; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-31.00.
BAGGING 9 l-lc. .
HEMP TWINE 7HC . ,
PROVISIONS-Pork, lower; Jobbing.
$11.76. Iard', lower; prime steam, 18.75.
Bait meats, rteady: boxed extra shorts,
l .37H; clear ribs, V.G2; short clears. $9.75.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra short, 310.12H:
clear ribs. $10.37h: short clear. $10.60.
.POULTRY Steady; chicken. Ue;
spring. 12c; turkeys, 14Hc; ducks, 8Vci
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 19024c; dairy.
' KGG3 Steady. 16c case count.
.. lo.poo lew
.. 41.000 82.000
.. S3.000 128.000
,. 72,000 61.000
Kaaaaa City Grain and Provlalona.
KANSAS CITT. Aug. 25. WH EAT Sep
tember. 64c; December. 67Hc; May, 714c
Cash: No. 2 hard, 6Hi68Vo: No. 8, 66Vi9
we: rio. z rea, e.'owc; o. s, tjbntnc.
CORN September, 43c; December. SSHc
May. 39c Cash: No: 2 mixed, 44c; No. 3,
43X7440; No. z white, 4-i wc; No. 8, Hc
OATS-No. 1 white. 2S031c; No. 2 mixed,
RYE Steady; No. 2. 68060c,
HAY Steady; choice timothy. $11,260
li.ro; choice prairie, s.76,
EGGS Firm; extra, lc; llrsta. cases re
turned, lie; seconds, 10c.
BUTTER Firm: creamery, 22c: packing.
ISO.. .1 -
Corn, bu .
.148,000 - 19.000
, 28.000 - 4.000
. 34,000 ' 6.000
Minneapolis drain Merket.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. FLOITR First
r stents, $4.0n4.10: second patents, $3.8S7$
Bo: first clears, I3.25cg3.45; second 'clears,
BRAN In bulk. $13.(51S-7a.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, as reported by P. D. Day
A Co., 110-111 Beard or Trade, was:
Articles.) Open. Hlxh.j Low. Cloee.t, Yes y
Wheat-I I I
7iJ t rri
711 ' 7?H
May . ..77?T77V!77H,tl
Mileraakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Aug. 15. WHEAT
Bteadv; Nn. northern. 77iQ79ci No. 3 north
ern, 747177c; December, 744c.
RYtT Steady: No. 1. 5StY6e.
PARLEY steady; No. t, 65ir66c; sample,
CORN-Stendy; No. 8 cash. 44iT194c;
September: 4Sc ,
PJSORIA. Aug. TS.-CORNSleady: No. 8
yellow and No. 3, 40c; No. 4, 48c; no
OATS Firm; No. I white. 3"S'We; No. 3
Whit". roVl30p: No. 4 white. fS'rj2Siic.
WHISKY-On the basis of $1.29.
Dalota Grata Market.
D1LL"TH. Aug. 38. WHEAT No.-' '1
northern, 78: No. ! northern, 74c; Decern,
ber, "3c; May, 78c.
OATS rn track. $0c; new to arrive and
Xsledo Seed Markat.
TOLEDO. O.. Aug. 2S.-8EED Clover
cash. $7.80; October. $7.65: December, $7.56;
timothy. $1.96; alslka. $7.70.
Oils aael Raala.
NEW YORK. Aug. 26. OILS Cottonseed.
Arm: prime crude, 234724c; prim yellow,
SHOSHe. Petroleum, stesdy; reflned.
New York, 87 60; Philadelphia and Bnltl
more, 87.66; Philadelphia and Baltimore, In
iulk. 84 45. Turpentine, Arm; 6434sc
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good,
SAVANNAH. Aug. a.-OIL-Turpentin.
firm: 61 He.
ROlN Firm; sales, 1,780 bbl.: receipts,
1.986 bbls.; shipments, 6.188 bhls: stock. 6 -M
bbls. Quote: A. B. C. $4.00; D. 14 W;
to, $4 .36; F. $4 8?H' O, 84 66; H. $4.86; I. t-t so;
K. $486; M, $6.U; N. $6.86; WO, $6.46; WW,
v Msreaaaatss aael Specie.
NEW YORK. Aug. -Total Imports of
merchandise and dry goods sl the pert of
New York for the week ending today wer
valued at $16,W.61. Total Import .r
uecte wet $16.14, silver, snd sU ICO god.
Total export of aped war taulss Uvr,
and (bsb) gold.. ... . . . .
NEW KM STOCKS AND BONDS
Bull Vorraeat la Railway Ctocki Whica
Ber Friday ia Beaumal
NEW HIGH RECORD FOR HARRIMANS
84. Paal, Atehlsaa aaa lalted state
Steel Also Made Material Advance
-Bask Itateaaeat Caaaes
NEW YORK, Aug. 35. The bull move
ment which marked the closing of yester
day' Mock market was resumed at today
opening, when Union paclflc and Southern
I'aclflo continued their advance to new
higher record. The real feature of the
day, however, were St. I'aul and Atchison.
The buying of these lasuea was regarded
a most Impressive. The early movement
embraced United Btstes Steel common,
which touched the highest prices since
1(01; the Hill Issues, Heading, New York
Central and Smelting. Opening sales of
Union Paelflo aggregated 80,000 shares.
Southern Pacific 6.0UO, St. Paul 19,000 and
There wa no new to account for the
rapid rlsa In St. Paul other than th rumor
everywhere heard during the last few
days of buying of the stock for Southern
Pacific, or Harriman Interests. Atchison
rise wa ascribed to the belief tht the
stock Is to be placed on a 6 per cent
dividend basis. The excited opening was
followed by profit taking and the market
relapsed before th end of the first hour.
A freeh spurt In St. Paul and Atchison,
which .ent the stocks higher than before,
brought a renewal of the early activity,
Apparently no thought wa given to the
bank statement until shortly before its
Issuance, when some apprehension was re
flected In the market a hesitating tone.
These fears were groundless, however, in
asmuch as the statement wa In most es
sential favorable. Loan showed only a
nominal Increase, considering the volume
of the week's business, while the cash loss
was less than half the amount conserva
tively estimated. To be sure, the re
serves were reduced to Ifss than M.O.Ofl,
ns against $9,000,000 for the corresponding
week last year, over $67,000,000 In 1904 and
more than 320.000,000 in 1903. The showing
lor : Is hardly a fair criterion, however,
a t-.o bank then held the money paid
by the government for the Panama canal.
The market made general recovery altar
the publication of the statement, St. Paul
and Atchison again leading the list. Heavy
pront taking set In and the market, while
closing extremely active, showed general
recessions from the top, Union Pacific mak
ing a net decline. The net gains in t.
Paul and Atchison were 5- and 2 points,
respectively. Practically the entire active
list shows material rains for the week.
uocai sales of bonds, par value, ii.sio.oa).
Following was the ranse of rjricea on tut)
New York Stock exchange:
Baicg. Hlcb. Low. CIom.
Amal. Copp.iT II, too ill VI
Anwr. Car and Foundry.... NO 4114
Anw. Cotton Oil 300 RVi UVt
do Bfd ,
Amor. BxproM 400 344
Amer. Hldo Lealhor ptd. 404 II
Amor. Ira Securities 6.T04 71
A Bier. Llnaeod Oil
Amer. Locomotive 8,70 71 H 71H
dO Bfd '
Amer. Imaltlag A Roanlng 11.109 11114
do Bfd 100 111
Amor. Butar Rcnnlnc 14,704 141
Amer. Tobaeea ptd otfa
Anaconda Mining Co 84,440 34
Atehlaoa 11.400 107
Atlantle Coast Una ' 104 141
Baltimore A Ohio 4.VO0 111
da pfd 160 II
Brooklyn Rapid Traaalt.... 4.100 7S
Canadian Paclfto 8.100 171
Central of r- Jeraty
Chnapaak A Ohio
Chicago Oraat Wtatora:....
Chicago A Northwoetera...
l., h. a st. rani
Chicago Term. A Trana. .. .
C. C. C. A BU .VoaU
Colorado Puel and Iron.... 8.S0 II
Colorado A Boataern 300 17
do ltt pfd 300 71
do Id Bfd
Consolidated Oaa 100 140
Corn Produeta 100 II
Delaware A Hodeon 10 til
Dal., Lack. A Went era..
Denrar A Rio Grande 1,100 44
do pfd v... .... ....
DiMIIlm' Securities too 41 ,
Brio 63,400 47
da let pfd 400. n
do 3d pfd 1,400 71
General Electrla 304 14
Inter. Paper ...
K. C. Southern
Loulevlllo A Nash ?! Me
Minn. A St. Louis
M., Bt. P. A Bault Bte. St.
M.. K. A Texas
K. R. R. of Mx. pfd
New, York Central
Ne York, Ont. A Western
Norfolk A Western
Pltte.. C, C. A St. L. ...
Preaaed Steel Car. ..i
Pullntin Palace Car...,..,
do in pfd '
do 3d pfd.....
Roi-k Inland Co
1,000 14 M
44,000 142. 141
Bt. L. A Bin Fran. 3d pfd
St. L. Southwestern
Tenneaae Coal and Iron.
Tcxaa A Pacific
Tel., St. L. A Weeters .
V. B. Eipreea
U. 8. Realty '.
V. B. Rubber
f. 8. Steal
... 100 16
.. . 200
Wratlnghouse tilectrle ...
Weatern t alon
Wheeling A Lake Erie...
Northern Par ine
Oreat Northern pfd
Interbarough Mt ropol.tan
304 34 21
So 74'. 71
4.400 337. 1?3U, in
4.4 41 llr w
1.100 II go go
Total sure for the day. 1,041,400 anaree.
Boston Stoeka and Bonds.
dvojw.. Aim. .-.). 11 loans, hjo per
cnii 1 line loans, per cent. Ciosi:iu
quotatio5 on siiK-ks und uonds:
'Atchison adj. 4s 44 Cel. A Hecla..
Hex. Central 4a...
do pfd ...a
Beaton A A ....... .
Boeton A Me......
Doston Bleveted ..
Ftt-bburs pld ....
MexUau Central .
n. y , x. h a 11
Pere Marquetla .
Am. Arge. Chess...
Aaa. Pneu. Tuba,..
Aea. Tel. A T,"
Dora, iroa A 8....
Mesa. Electric ...
Dsly W'eel ..
Isle Rorale .,
lJi Mont. C. A C...
.. M Oid Domlnloa
.. 34 Parrot
.. II guinry
.. II Shaanon
..U'i t'nlted Copper ..
.. at it'. . Mining.....
..103!l!. B. Oil ,
.. 31 (Victoria ,
.. 11 Winona
... il 'Wolverine
..109 North Butte
.. 7 bntto loalltlaa .
t ailed Sana Mack.
V. B. Steal
A mo I a mated
17 Cel. A Artaosa...
..... I Aria. Commercial
Oreesa Coaeolldatsd.. 15
110 Atlantic 11
LONDON, Aug. 28. Supplies of money
wer Increased today on dividend disbursements.-
The demand waa quiet. Discount
were steady. It wa thought that New York
would obtain the bar gold, amounting to
1 4 .000.(0', which will be available r.ext week.
Trading on th alock exchange generally
wa quiet. Cheap money maintained the
price ot first-class securities. Kaffirs were
again active and closed higher, but for
eigner wer quiet. The chief Interest cen
tered In Asrtertran. which wer moderately
active during th early trading. In ion Pa
elfle was aaaln the feature with a sham
rlsa, bui Atchison. Toaeka Santa f
Southern Paelflo also received much atten
tion. The buying was principally for New
York account. In market closed strong at
about the best quotation of the day. Japa
nese Imperial is of lu4 ware quoted at
PARIS. Aug. 36,-Tradlng on th bourse
today wa Inactive. Russian wer weak.
Russian bond of 1904 were quoted at 4:8 00.
BERLIN, Aug. 25. On the bourse today
business was restricted. Some epeclaltl.
Including Csnndlan Paclflc, were strong.
BT. PETERSBURG, Aug. $6. The tone on
the bourse today was calm, but price were
weaker, government securities declining
lightly. Imperial 4 closed at TOTfco and 6a
at 83V4C "
Hew York Moaey Mnrltet.
NEW YORK. Aug. 56 MONEY On call,
no loan. Tim loans, steady; sixty days.
6 per centi ninety day and ix month.
per cent. .
rRlME MERCANTILE! PAPER 4 per
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady at
$4 8436"j4 8440 for demand and at $4 MS for
sixty-day bill' posted rates, $4.8'.'. and
$4 6H: commercial bills, $4.80V34.61
SILVER Bar, c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, aleadyl railroad,
Quotatlen on New York bond today
were a follow: ...
n a. nrf. av tsa 1('Jpis la. ta enes..iv
do eoitsan rMjj do 4m. tf
V. 8. ta, rot... .....111! do 3d wrlM
do foupen ....loa-v do , ctis
V. B. old 4a. rf....los L,. A N. anl. 4a...
ds coupon 101H4 Minhot. e. sold 4.
V. 8. nrw 4s, res. ...IN iMcx. Central 4s...
.131 i da 1M me
. TOV4 Minn. Bt. L. 4a.
Am. Tob. 4a
Atrhlton n. 4s...
da ad. 4a
Atlantic C. I 4s...
B. A O. 4s
Brk. R. T. er. 4a.
lltH M.. K. A T. 4s.
do la I1
X. R. R. of M. e. 4a. Mt
N. T. C. n. I4i.... I'H
N. J. C. mi. i....lfii
No Paelfle 4s
do Is 1A
Norfolk A W. e. 4a. .lot
ore. 8. L. rf. 4a H
Prnn. er. lt 101
Reading ftn. 4a. ... H
St L. A 1. M. a. la.lMIt
Ontral of Oa.
do 1st Inc....
do id Ine 15 4
do Id Ine M
Ch. A Ohio 4H....10S
Chicago A A. II
C, B. A Q. n. 4k.... M
St. L A 8. r. ft 4s. k.
3t. U B. w. e. 4s...
Seaboard A. L. 4a...
C. R. 1. A P. 4a..
do col. la
CCC. A Bt. een. 4a
Colo. lnd. Si, ar. A
Colo. M:d. it
Tola. A Bo. 4a
life So Pacific 4a
.101 do lit 4a, c'.'a
. T4V?-ut!"rn Rr. ....
. ,1 TeS A P. It
. 1H T., Bt- L A W. 4s.
.10 I'Dlnn raelBe 4s
D. A R. O. 4a M I'. 8. Steel 34 la.
Diet. Bee. la M Wabash lets...
Brie pr.or Hen 4a 101 do deb. B
do gen. 4a Western Md. 4a.
Hoek. Val. 4s 104 W. A L. Bt 4a
Japan 4a 100lwia Central 4a.
London tloslnar Stock.
LONDON, Aug. 26. Closing quotations
on the Stock exchange were:
Consols, money. ...17 11-14 M , K. A T
do account 17 1-lliN. Y. Central
. 14 Norfolk A Western.
.1071 do pfd
.106 !Oit. A Weetern...
Baltimore A O.
Ches. A Ohio...
Chicago Ot. w..
C. M. A 'Bt. P..
D. A R. O
do let pfd
do 2d pfd
I!llnole Central .
l',i Eumern ity
So. Pacific ...
U. S. Steel...,
do pfd ,
SILVER Bar, ateaay; 3015-16 per cent.
MUKHiX per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 3 per cent; for three
months' bills, So-lU3s per cent.
New York Mining- Stocks
NEW YORK, Aug. 26.-Clolng
tion on mining stocks were:
Adams Cos M Little Chief
Conietock Tunnel .... 14
Con. Cal. and Va....l0
Horn Silver ISO
Iron Silver 104
Leadellle Con, 8
Bank Cleartna? of the Week.
OMAHA, Aug. 26. Bank clea.lng for
today were 31.334,168.14, and for the cor
responding day last year, $l,297,0s3.0i.
Total $8,972,698.78 $8,166,3 31.(4
Increase for the week over tlio oorie
Bpondlng woek of last year wa.4 $8.6,
Clenrlnar Honse Averages.
NEW TORKAtig. 2. The statement of
the clearing house banks for the week
shows that the banks bold $4,290,075 over
the legal reserve requirements. This is a
decrease of $2,811,416 as compared with laat
week. Th statement lonows
Legal terydcrs ....
Reserve required .
Ex-U. 8. deposits.
., . 81.72i1,200
lloston Copper Market.
Closing quotation on Boston copper mar
ket, rriurieO by lxtran & Bryan, 3 Board
of Trade building. Omaha:
4 Mlehlgan 13
34 Mohawk 43
14 Nevada Consolidated. 11
33 North Butta
I Old Dorolnloa
31 'i Pneu. Service
Calumet A Arliona..l'7'.j Pneu. Service,
Calumet A Hecla Tin Qulncr
L. ,8. A Pittsburg.
. 74 Tamarack
. WS Trlnlty
. 10 United Fruit , .
. II I'nlled 81 a tee. ' com
. 35 t'nlted Btatee. pfd.
. It Vtah Consolidated.
. 4 t'tah Copper
. 30 Victoria
. 11 Winona
. I Wolverine
NEW YORK. Aug, 26.-COTTON Spot
closed quiet: middling uplands, 9.90c; mid
dling gulf. 10.16c; sales. (7 bales.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 2o.,-COTTON-8pot In
limited demand; price 8 point higher;
American middling fair. 8.87d; good mid
dling. S.oUd; middling, 6.S7d; low middling.
8lto: good ordinary, 4.8S1; ordinary, 4.7ld.
The sulea of the day were 4.0J0 bales, of
which 400 bales were for speculation snd
sviKirt Ann Included 3.500 bales of Ameri
can. Receipts. 1.0C0 bales, Including 200
ple of American. ,.
ST. I.O CIS. Aug. 25.-COTTON Dull;
middling. 10c; shipments, 908 bales; stock,
NEW ORLEAN8, Aug. 26.-COTTON
Spot market closed quiet; sales, 19 bales;
low ordinary. 6 7-18c. nonrlnal: ordinary,
lic; good ordinary, 7 ll-16c; low middling,
8'v middling, ic; good middling, 9Vc;
middling fair, lOHc, nominal; fair, lOHc;
lecel, is, 2il bales; stock, 14,301 bales.
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Fralts.
. vttw VOTt K. Auer. 26. EVAPORATED
APPLFS Market remains unchanged with
spot supplirs practically exhausted and
nominal, wnue out nine uinir.. m im
ported in futures. Supplies for November
delivery are, quoted at bc.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prune
are easy in tone so far as future shipment
are concerned, hut the spot market Is un
changed, with t'ulifornla 70s to 30s, quoted
at "(fts'c; Orrgon, 40s to 20s at 7!h8V4e.
Anrteots "are firm with choice quoted at
16c; extra choice at 17c; fancy. 18W50c.
Poaches are firm with choice quoted. lOffcrf
11c; extra choice at l!'?illl'; fancy, lllic:
extra fancv, i:L.4c. Raisin re quift
on spot with loose muscatel quoted ut
f.7yi7c; ceeded raialins, C&8c; London layer
Busrar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Aug ? -SUGAR Market
firm: fair refining. 3HS4c: centrifugal, 96
test 4c; molasses sugar, 31 64(30; reflned.
tendy; No. 6. 4.3c; No. 7. 4 2&c; No. 8. 4 Sc;
No 9 4,16c: No. 10. 4.10c; No. 11. 4.06c; No.
12 4 00c; No. 13. 3 96c; No. 11, 3.96c; con
fe'et'oners' A, 4.75c; mold A, 6.26c; cut loaf,
5.8UC; crushed. 5tc; powdered, 6.00c; gran
ulated. 4.9or; cubes, S.15c.
MOLASSKS-Firm: New Orleans, open
kettle.-good to choice, SCiTMc.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 25.-8rGAR
Steady; optn kettle centrifugal. i'Qi 7-Ke;
centrifugal yellow. 3VM4c; second. 3&
LONDON. Aug. 26 WOOL The arrival
e -u-.l for the fifth eerie of auction sales
1 amounted to U. frO bales, including S5.0CO
forwardad direct to spinners. 1 u isj
of wool this week were ss follows: New
South Wales. 1.100 bales: Victoria, bales:
New Zealand. 6.S1O bales; Cape of Good
Hope and Natal, 700 bales; various 6.100
""ST" LOl'IS. Aug. 26-WOOL-Steady;
medium grade, combing nd clothing. I4f
88c; light fine. l.lSc; heavy fine, HftlTe
tub washed. 32338Vc.
No troubl to find lost article If you
advertise for them In th "Lot" column
oa Tt Boa Want Ad paga.
OMAHA LIVE JTOCR MARKET
Cora OattI ttaadf, Host Othan Ltwor
HOGS SHOW IMPROVEMENT FOR THE DAY
Ha Fresk Receipt af Sheep ar
Lasah at Caaseejaeaee Far
aa Week Prices Ar
Steady ta Strang;.
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. S6, lira.
Cattla. Hog. Sheep.
. 6.I..1 4..3
. 6.104 .! i.;
. 4.071 9.063 !.
.. 3.W7 7.42 ".6K.
,. LOW) 6 1.142
1. 200 8,800 ft
OnVUI Monday ...
Official Tuesdav ,
Official Fridsy ....
Official Saturday .
Two weeks ago
Three weeks ago
Four weeks ago
Bsmo week last year.
Kacbiri ri sum tlh.'.vl-iii
ine louowing table show the receipt ot
cattle, hogs and sbeep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared wltn last jenr.
1H0. 1906. Inc.
6P9.419 501.9r2 T7.427
1.835.208 l.WW,VS K.2S1
B"P 1.014,423 , Do3.ai5 66.140
The following will show th price paid
for the different kinds of caul on th
fnOth Omaha market:
Good to choice corn-fed steer $5 60(j.rj
Fair to good corn-fed steers 4 .8ofS.
Common to fair corn-fed steer... 4 o"34 66
Good to choice range steer 4 5"y5 l
talr to good range steer $.7n4.40
Common to fair range eieers 8.0rC.tW
Oood to choice cows snd heifers... 37&3l.i0
Fair to good cows and heifer ?. J.76
Common to fair cows and heifers... 1.76.S-J.50
Oood to choice Blockers A feeders.. S.VFkS M5
Fair to good Blockers and feeder.. 3 4fl3.76
Common o fair stsckers 2.7r'o3 .40
bulls, stags, etc I.Bn.93.7S
Voal calves 3.7576
Th following table show th averago
price of hog at South Omaha for th last
everal day with comjrlons:
Data. I HJ. J06.1804.19t.. IWMltm. 1190.
(Oil (3D 6 S8 8 78 497
5 Oil 6 S 6 77 4 98
4 le S 21 6 83 6 i
4 99 6 17 87 496
6 10 t 12 6 73 i 89
6 13 6 16 6 6v 6 67 6 03
6 14 6 87 6 T8 8 01
6 03 ( 80 7 (X 6 47 6 01
I 03 e 8i6 8i4 97
5 041 6 48 ( 91 6 A3
S 13 6 46 7 10
6 88 I 6 82
6 !' j a
i 97HI 6 4j
RANGE OF PRICES.
Kansas City ...,. 3.wVa.26
Bt. Louis $.0tr360
Bioux City t 3 60im45.00 '
The foUowIng shows th number of car
of Blockers and feeder shipped to th
country and their point of destination:
CATTLE. , Car.
Thomas Martin, Carson, la R. I
M. H. Welton, Wlota, la. R. I., 1
W. Burgln. Council Bluffs, la. R. 1 3
O. H. Blakesler, Marne, la. R. 1 1
J. H. Mank, Grlawold, la. Q 1
W. H. Mank, Orlswold, la. 4 1
Bteve Anderson. Winkelman, la. Mil 1
W. H. Goodwin, Madison U. I1 1
0. 8. Caulkins. Aurora J , 1
B. J. Osier, Walnut, la. R. 1 3
John Ihnen. Garrison Q.. 1
M. F. Price, Carson, la, R. 1 8
B. M. Beachey. Btrawsville Mo. P 1
Ellis Kenlch. Hosklns M. dt Oa 3
N. P. Nelson. Wlsner N. W 1
G. P. Crannell. Tekamah M. A 0 1
W. W. Adams, Winkelman. la. Mil 1
Henry Hlckey. Neola. Ia. Mil 1
E. Joyee Co., Jersey City, N. J. Mil 1
1. T. Bpangler, Walnut. Ia. R. 1 1
John Iverson, Inwood. Ja. Mil.., 1
J. W. FItxgerald. Mlnot. N. Z. M. O... 1
The number of cara of stock brought In
todsy by each road was:
J Cattla. Hog. Sheep.
C, M. A St. P 10 ..
Missouri Pacific 1 ... 6
Unlcn Paclflc 1 23 3
C. A N. W.t east 7
C. A N. W., west 46
C, Bt. P.. M. A 0 11
C.. ii. & a., east 6
C.. B. A Q . west 7 11 ..
C. R I. A P.. east ; 6
C.. R. I. A P.. west 1
Great Western ' 3 ' ,.
tfrtpples and driven In I
Total receipt 9 128 "i
The disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num.
ber of head indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour A (Jo
Hill & Son
Klngan A Co
Bt. L. Dressed Beef Co
Krey Packing Co
Totals 294 g.iM
CATTLE There wr no cattle today, as
usual on a batuiday, but th receipts fur
Ui week foot up not far from the sum aa
a year ago. i'bere win be noted, toweer.
from the table at head of this column, a
large Increase of arrivals over last week.
Cuttle alone ot all other kind of itoctc
show a ta.llng off for tne mouth to date a
compared with last year.
The autlDlv of oralrahl enmM Imsvm
haa been very light all the wck, whl th
oeraano lias ueen quite good, a combination
01 oircjinntunces whlc.i uivva mean a
good market. Th trad on thl kind of
cwiiic i.a uctive on most uuys and at tne
Cioju of tne wtek pilcv art practically in
tiie aarue notches as a week Sato. Th uei
cattle nave cold at $.. Western beef
leers have been In more liberal supply aau
they have shown more or less weakness.
Th best grades recovered a little toward
th latter part of the week and ar 110 1
much lower, but the medium to pretty fair
kinda are a little off, with tne moat declli,
on common to fair grade.
Th bet grades of oornfed cow and heif
ers, of which hardly enough ar coming to
make a test of the market, would be about
teady for the week, but the general run of
tns stuff Is lower. Fair to aod kinds bus
not to exceed lofc 15c loner, but some of tne
more common and undcslrsble kinds hav
old possibly ss much ss 15t?20c. lower. A
a genersl thing the market during the weak
ha not been any too active, there being a
lack of snap to the trade.
Buyer have been looking for good,
weighty feeder all th week and cattle
having both weight and quality have aold
quite freely at about steady prices- In tact
there has been no material change on cat
tle of that description In cither direction.
The lighter rattle and. In fact, the heavy
csttle, lacking qusllty hsve hsd a din
ward tend-ncy. and at the close of the week
are lOigjUc lower than last week.
11 LIFERS. .
Ne. At Pr. No. A. Pr.
1 ltd 4 04 44 Ill IN
HOGS Steady to 6c higher would In bilef
express the situation tnat prevailed in tiie
1104 market this morning. Heavy not, on
the rough order soid generally in about the
same notches ss yesterday, wltn in good
heavy loads strong. Light mixed hogs werj
also strong, with good lights geneiaily 6c
higher than yesterday. Th trad was
fairly active at tne advance anl tne most
of hogs changed hands in very fair season
In the morning. Owing to there being a
liberal showing of light hogs, with nt so
many rough heavy sales on paper, snow
quite a little better than yenterduy.
Receipts of hogs this week hav been
llcht as compared with the previoua week,
but still heavier than a yer at . as will
be noted from the table at head of column.
The market started out higher at the be
ginning of the week, but after McnJay
tended lower until Thursday, when th low
point of the week was reached. The iin
nrnvemtfii at the close of the week leaves
the vrarket on an averag only about 1a
lower than It was last Saturday. As a mat.
Icr of fact pom kinds of hogs have shown
a much greater decline than that, while
other are selling almost as well owing to
the fart that prices have shifted omuwhat
on the different grades.
aa. Pr. K. A. Ba. Pr.
... I 0 47 t,7 44 1 T'i
14 I 14 44 IW ... I l
... I T 41 M4 4 I K
... T T t1 4
40 1 ii it 31 lie 8 e
... 3 74 44 2c IS I
... i 74 14 947 II 11
... t TT 41 377 4 6 40
U I 77 44 til ... 1 S
... ITT 71 14 44 8 94
... 4 40 14 334 ... 64
44 6 44 44 841 SO 6
t 3 44 II 14 14 8 SO
... I 4 :i ... I 40
... 44 31 ...317 ... IN
... I 44 74 T 44 6 44
lea 1 so U tt! ... 4
84 I S tl 114 14 I It
... 6 8 61 89 aiN.
ta tat ...,6M n 344 ... 6 M
14 let 11 I SO 44 441 ... ll
41 let 9 It 4 .14 I r
3 1'S 44 6 11 T4 II 4 I ."4
44 t4 4S I It 71 ill . , $ 14
47 34 M I II 14 t't ,. IN
a Ml IN I II It M? 144 I 44
14 ? 11 I el Tt 814 ... I M
14 t 3 . . I M Tl t4 ... 6 14
ft I"! 144 I M 4 343 ... IB
47 HI- N IM II .84 ... 4
41 N 40 I H 4 tl ... I 44
41 37 13S I 44 14 101 ... 6 14
113 313 40 I M Tl ltl 18 6 I)
7 147 3U4 I kl 74 W7 ... 14
41 2T4 ... I U 44 r 44 I 44
4 344 1 3 6 44 74 314 13 4 I
TC 341 B4 I 3 97 44 6 44
43 34 ... 6 44 41 1 4 WIN
il see ... 1 11 , 11 in so 1 t
44 ... 6 14 44 131 ... 44
T 333 ... 6 44 14 144 14 I I
44 II ... II - e 114 ... 4 4
44 !0 94 9 14 74 341 40 I 41
4T IS ... I M T4 B4 II I 04
(1 370 ... I 44 T4 3'4 ... 4
44 344 44 I at 74 811 ... 4 4
bl tl 44 I 44 Tl log N 14)
74 3S7 110 I 41 71 143 a I 44
H Il ... I 47 13 ... I t
44 24 . . I Si 31 t7 80 44
4 Ill I 17 4 103 ... 4
41 SI 49 4 17 40 ! ... 144
II K! 130 I IT It 104 ... IS
44 144 40 4 37 71 1? ... H
41 313 134 4 ITS 43 313 ... 4 WO
44 10 40 8 47 44 173 30 4 44
73. ...i. ..341 40 8 47 4- 114 ... 6 4
1 434 S4 4 U 1 14 34 4 T4
SHEEP There were no sheep of any con-
s. quenco today, only two cars being re-poi-teu
and tney were late in arriving. The
total receipts for the week showing a
larser Increase over a year ago and a
still larger increase aa compared with last
week. t he ai rivals have consisted very
largely of sheep, with only a sprinkling of
lambs, and none of them very good. The
fuel is, lambs have not commenced 10 run
The market aa a whole has been In vei y
satisfactory condition and prices have
been very high all tho week. During the
eaiiy part of tne week sheep were gener
ally quoted as steady, but on Weduesday
there was a sharp advance In prices, tmit
aay being 10$c higher. Most of this was
taKen off the day following, so that at the
close of the week most salesmen ar quot
ing the market Just about where tt waa
at th beginning. It I very evident, how
ever, that wherever any change have
taken place tney have been on the ld of
better prices and It I possible to mention
Individusl sales showing higher prices.
the lamb market haa been In very pe
culiar condition. Lamb hav been very
high and there has been a feeling on tne
part of everyone that prices were in fact
too high. Everyone has been expecting
that receipts would become liberal and that
prices would decline rapidly, but the ex
pected haa not happened, on the contrary,
receipts of iamb at ail point have con
tinued light and th prevailing high price
hav generally been well maintained. A
a matter of fact, whenever receipts showed
up a little large weakness would develop,
but taking tho week as a whole It IB
hardly possible to quote any material
change. Supplies at eastern markets con
tinue light, with prices high, and so long
as that is the case there is not much op
portunity for the markets at th - river to
develop any prolonged weakness.
' Blocker and feeders have been In very
good demand all th week, and though re
ceipts have been liberal, they have been
none too much so to meet the requirements
of buyers. Feeder sheep especially hav
been free seller and prices obtained hav
been very satisfactory to owners. Lamb
buyers have complained a good deal about
the high prices of feeder lambs, claiming
that tney ought to be $1.00 per hundred
lower, but In spite of all complaints and
objections they have taken everything
coming and at the close of tha week tha
market U Just aa good as It haa been at
Quotation on killer: Good to choice
lambs, e.7637.o0; fslr to good lambs. $6 260
6.7a; good to choice yearlings, $6.604.00;
fair to good .yearlings, $6.25tj 60; good to
choice wether, $4.e6Uo.tS; good to choice
ewes. KMH.80; fair to good ewes, S3.906J
Quotation on feeder: Lambs, $5.76
.6o; yearlings, fo.254jr6.60; wether, $4,661
4e0; awes. $a.fioy4.36.
1 Idaho lamb buck ...
174 Idaho lamb feeders
397 Idaho lamb
U Idaho ewes
4 W -
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hogs Aetlv and Five
Cents Higher Sheep BtranT.
CHICAGO. Aug. 26.-CATTLERecelpt,
400 head. Market steady; bevas, $3.Wa&60;
cow and heiferB, $i.ttft.30j Blocker and
feeders 8.4OJ)6.o0; calves, $6.607.76.
HOGS-Recelpts, 10,000 head. Market
active and 6c higher; mixed and butchers,
$6.95ft.66; good - heavy, 8fi.0TKii6.48 ; rough
heavy, 85.56.30; light. 66.00,.6J; pig,
$5.4Wo.25j bulk. $6.0U43.4O. "
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.000
head. Market strong; aheep, $i.60(g6.0;
Kansas City Live Stock Martlet.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Aug. 26 CATTT.H
Receipts, 1.200 head. Including 800
routherns; market ateady; choice ex
port and dressed beef steers, 35.66 6.36:
fair to good, $4.006.60; western steers,
$3.60176.00; Blockers and feeder. i.i e
4.60; southern steer, $2. 7044 00; o ;th
ern 00 ws, 32.OO& 3.00; native row., U.oo.rf
$.75: native heifers, $2. 7615.00: h"l'i.
$2.1093.26; calves, $3.007.00. Receipts
for the week, 62.100 head.
HOGS Receipts. 1,300 head; market 6c
higher; top, $6.35; bulk of sales, $6 10
6 30; heavy, $6.9506.10; packers, $6.1
6.30; pigs and lights, $5.7516.35.. Re
ceipts for the week. 89,000 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, poi;
market steady; lambs, $6 007.60; natlva
sheep and yearlings, 84.26 4? 5. r0; ws' 1
yearlings, clipped, $5.00 6.76 r western
clipped sheep. $4.26tf6.25; stockers and
feeders, $3.60(36.60. Receipt for tho
week, 21,500 head.
New York Live Stock Markat.
NEW YORK, Aug. 36. BEEVES Re
ceipts, 266 head; nothing doing; market feel
Ing steady; derssed beef quiet at 7fe9'4o
per pound for native sides. Exports 800
cattle and 6.900 quarters of beef.
CALVES-Recelpts, 81 head; sll con
signed direct; no trade for lack of stock;
nominally ateady for good light veala;
weak for heavy and coarse calves. Dressed
calves steady at 9W12vo per pound for
dresvd veals: 6T12c for country dressed.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rceetpta, 4,764
hetd; market for sheep steady; no strictly
prime or choice lambs here: other grades
15j'26c lower; sheep, $3.60-36 00;. culls, 33 004?
$.00: common to good lambs. $7.2&&8 62H.
HOGS Receipts, $.45$ head; all for
slaughter; nominally, firm on Buffalo ad
vices. St. Loals Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 35. CATTLE
Receipt, 600 head. Including 300 Texaua;
market slow; native shipping and c--port
steers, $5.7608.60; dressed beef and
butcher steers, $4.10'36.35; steers un
1,000 pounds, $16004 16; Blockers and
feeders, $2.0004.26; cow and h" ,
$1757 6.76; ranner. $1,364 2.10; bull,
$2.162.60; calves. $3.76t6.76; Texas and
Indian steers. $3.606 6.10; cow and heif
ers. $2.00(5 3.60.
HOGS Receipts. 3.600 head: market la
higher; pigs and lights, $6.0006 JO; pack
ers, $5,754? 4.46; butchers and bsst h-avy.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
' St. Joseph Live Btoetf Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Aug. 36 CATTLE
Receipts, 281 head; market steady; na
tives. $4 fi06 10; cow and heifers. $1.64
94 90: stockers and feeder, $1.00tM 26.
HOGS Receipt, 1,871 head; markat
steady to 6-; higher; light, $6.16?6$0;
medium and heavy, 1 J '-4 4.20. .
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 311
head; market steady.
glons City Civ Stork aMrket.
SIOUX CITY, Aug. 28. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. M) hesd; mar
ket steady; beeves, S-l 2.64.00 ; cows, bull
nd mixed, $:.E0ri4.60: stockers and feeders,
$2.75Vi4 calves and yearling. $2.504n3.76.
HOGS-Recelpts. 4,i00 head; market 5c
higher; selling at $6.6.-436. 00; bulk of sales,
taek la Blarfcl.
Receipt of live t.ck at tha !x principal
estern markets yesterday:
western markets yesterday
6 871 $1,
61oux City ..
Kanea City ..
St. Joseph ..,
NEW YORK?. Aug. 28. METALS No
special feature developed In th local
m.i ket In the absence of cable and busi
ness was quiet. Spot tin was quoted at
$40.80441.30; lke copper remained at $18.76;
electrolytic, 114.60; casting. $18.20. Load Is
firmly held on spot with quotation rang
ing from 86. 7 2 6 Si. Spelter I quoted at
$.00;t.l0. Iron la reported In activ de
mo nd at the recent advance.
ST. LOl'IS. Aug. 25 METALS Lead
firm, $5 70; spelter dull. $5.8T.
NEW YORK. Aug. s.-OOFFESMarhet
for futures oDenoff steady st unchanged
lric to a thfUiA of are polAta tat aftta
f steady European cables and lighter re.
relpt. There wa very little demand hci
.t mmmA nfT riurliiar tha middle ere-
flon under liquidation and selling againet
lower firm oflera from urasn. ine ci
was steady at a net decline of .4.1 a
points. Sale wer repotted of 1741.6 i ba .
of which a large proportion was In the
shape of switches. The business Included
September at 6.fc: October. .7f; I c
ber, 6.90tf6.96c: January. 7c: Maich. ..10 J
7.!Se; May. 7 JcW.SOc: June. Mh-c: Ju y.
73V. Spot ateady; No. Rio oulet; No. 7.
OMAHA WHOLES A LIE MAHKJtT.
Condition af Trade aad Qaatatloa aa
Staple aadl Fssey lrosee,
EGOS-Receipts, liberal; fresh stock. ISO.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 9V431'1Ci roosteia.
6c; tuikeys, Ule; ducks. I; spring
chickens. K'filjc per lb. - . ,
BfTTKR-Parklrg stock. 16c; cholca
fancy dairy. 16tlc; creamery, 21J3mo.
HAYPrlcea quoted by Omdha Feed com.
pany: Choice upland, i9 60; medium. 68l
coarse, $6.0i3.5ti. Rye straw, 17.
BKAN-Per ton. $16.50.
VEGUTABLSS. '' t
SWEET 1'OTATOk.S Per bbl., $3.73.
20 lbs., i$.l6c.
To.vtA 1 -r e Horn grown, per basket af
zv ids., JUJ JUC.
WAX UiiANS Per maraet bakt ot
about 16 lb., fx.
TURNIPS. IlKliTS AND CARROTS Pf
LEAF LETTUCE -Hothouse, per do.
CEI.KRY -Per dos., 30a.
CrcUMBKRS-MuiiiN grown, per doa.,
ONIONS Horn grown, 2c per lb.; Spaa ,
tsli. ItvO per arat.
ORFKN ONIONS Per do bunches, tOC
RADISHES Per dos. bunch4, loo.
A VY BKANS Per bu.. U.sfc; No. 8. U.7A
IMA BiLANS-Per lb.. Uae.
GRH.K.N PitPPLRS Per markat he.sk m
ORANGES Valencia, acoordlng to slaa,
LbMONS Umonlara, extra fancy. 24
Use, 4a-; etJO stse, $10; 360 slse, $10.6v; other
brandis 31. uu less.
BANANaS Per medlum-sisetJ ' feuacb
$l.;t-di.: jumbos, $2.63v8 tea,
POTATOESPea au.. 46c
PEACHES Yeiiow treestone, $1.26; Mll
ou i, per -baatket orbits, e(.wwl-- Waul
101 nia sviberta, per box, $1.. '
r'a-CaVt-t lamuiula, 8l.o0kai.ia
Jt'aARa Barueit, per bw.x. I i. 2-1.50.
OK-pjbS MOIU giwwn. aa- a-li. basket,
Ma'LONS. ' . .
WATluRilKLONo ftji 10 la, or about
CAN"aViuUPEv "Colorado and Arisuns
par ciat vauuidardy. f.i.4ui pout. 3a,ai
LOT oxktvii fu.lCh.ti.
No. 1 ribs, lac; .10, 1 riiut, uu; No. 8 rlba,
iVsc; No. 1 loin, lotos; Nu. a loin, Uw,
.u. e loin, k'.; Nil 1 cuuck. k; iu. 4
cnuck, u; Wo. i ciiuck, oCi Hit. ixiantt, 6u(
tsv. a (UMua, tj; ou. i rouuu, etui inn. 4
Llarn, kc; Nu. 4 plttte. tc: cu. a pate, ju.
granulated caun, ir saca. $61; granulated
ieev, in savueut, o.U.
kikuf-lu ubta., Ifio per gal.; In cases,
i lu-lb. vans, el.wi cases, il 6-tit. cana, (.
cases, 24 -lb. can, 41.86.
CHEB.6E. bwirs, new, teo; Wlsoonsia
brick, lo'aldu: Wlauonaio ' ilmaergcr, Uo
iwlus. I4V10. youug Amai'icana, I60.
CO' b.( luaawil. via. aw, actst per lb.;
No. , i. pet 1U.1 So. ii. aatou per lb.; No.
30, lbo pr b.; No. at, 13V4o per ib.
N til n Walnuts, No. i, soil anells, nW
crop, pr lb., loc; bard shells, per lb.,
lev. 1-Vjans, targe, per lb., lo; ouiail, ir
lb., 12c, emu wtUuuis, per tlx, LtUc.
Almond. Sell siiaiis), per lb., lio iverd
hells, par lb.. Uo. Cocuauats, K0v tear aaa
CURED FISH Family whlteflsh, par
quarter bbl.. 100 lb.. 84.00; Norway mack
tel. No. L $ u. No. a, Ho OO; No. 3. 6aUvVt
lrlsn. No. X, $l 00; herring, to bbu., m Iba,
ach, Norway, 4k, tvu.00; Norway, 8k. ia.uu;
Holland, mixed, $11.00; Holland herrlog, la
kegs, milkers, 8O0: kegs, mixed. 7tc
CANNED UOOOS-Corn. tanard west
ern, eotffevc; Main. 81.16. Teinatoes, 8-lb.
cana, $1,0641.40; 3-ib, 9;Vc61.00. Pineap
ple, grated. 2-lb., 8-0M.3v; siloed, $l.iSAti
gallon applea, fancy. $3.00; OallfornU
apricots, $l.7f.U0; pears, $1.7b-.60; peach,
fancy, 81.76y2.40; H C. peaohe. $2.sa.u.
Alaska salmon, red. $1.26; fancy Chinook,
$2.10; fancy unckeye. list.; sardines,
oil, $2.69; A mustard. $2.604jiS.ia Sweet po
tatoes, 81.1.i&l.e6; sauerkraut, $1.00; painp
klns, B0c 11.00: wax beans, 3-lb., 764auc
lima beans, 2-lb., 75ct5 31.36; aplnacb, 186;
rheap peas, 2-lb., 60c; extra, laQsOc; fancy,
HIDES AND'" TALLOW Green aaJted,
No. 1, 12He; No. . 11V: full hl.ks, 8V9uvVc;
!:reen hide, No. 1, 10c: No 2. 9c; horse,
1.6043.34; sheep pelts. dOc1.2. Tallow. Ma
, 4c; No. 2. 8c, ,
WOOL Per lb.. 11gtBc, i
PEABODY FOOTS ALL BILLS
Cbloasra M Will Far Forged Paper
lit Order to Protect Baals
CHICAGO, Aug. 26.-Francla 8. Peabody
of this city today sent a check for $40.
009 to tha receiver of tha Milwaukee Ave
nue State bank to cover every claim he
had against him at tha bank, whether In
tha form of fraudulent or genuine or
Peabody' action wa taken through
sympathy for victim of the bank and a
destra to bring about a speedy adjust
ment of the bank's affairs.
REAL BSTATIS TRANSFERS.
Frances Fransel and husband to Knut
P. Sellgren and wife, lot 6, block
- 2, Boyd a $
Edward B. Hunt to Mary E. P.
Bailey, lot 6, block 2, Boyd's..
James H. Kolle to Niels Christen
Ben, lot 7, block 2, Clarendon
Jamea T. DeLand and wife to Jona
than Lodge, No. 226, 84 feet ad
joining lot 6, Florence
Same to earn, lot 6, block 34, Flor
ence J. E. Minna Merger and wife to
James T. Daugberty, taxlot 16, sec
Madison M. Ormsby and wlf to
Boulevard Park Improvement com
ptny, lot 6, block 4, and lot 3. block
1, Boulevard park
Boulevard Park Improvement com
pany to Madison M. Ormsby. same..
South Omaha Land company to
Christina Thlelk. lot 6, block 267,.
Michael Ranohan to Bridget Byrne,
lot 24, block 6, Pullman Place
Mary Stenberg to Fred A. Bailey, lot
26 and 26, block 16. Rose Hill
Anton Swenson and wife to Clyde B.
Ruffner. lot 7, block It, Halcyon
Thomas R- Romln to Edward L.
' Spencer, lot 13, block 6, Omaha
Warren S. Black well and wire to
Mark A. Pollack. w34 feet of lot 1
and e32 feet of lot 3, block 13. West
Ellery R. Hume and wife to Ray
Stephenson and wife, 40 feet of sub
lot 12. tax-lot 19. In so", se 4-16-13...
Herold J. Cathroe to Robert B.
Howell. loU 6 to 11. Fort View add..
' and other lota
Kate Sullivan to th Chicago A
Northwestern Railroad company,,
w44 feet of lot 1. block 69
Robert C. and Ann M. Strehlow to
Cecelia C. Buchtel, w83 feet of n7
feet of lot 4. block 213V. and other
Same to Robert ' E. L. Buchtel, e83
feet ot n70 feet of lot 4, block 213V..
W, Farnaiii Smith & Co.
W offer subject to s.
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Stockt, Cirtmln, Provllon
Sklf Year Grata ta la. '
CblaaaT aa Mlaaaaaalle Delivery.
Oue-elghlk eorarotaslon on Qraln, one
quarter on Stocks. Prompt and caret ul
atlentloa si van to outside accounts. Writs
$lV3ii kaara at Trade atlas.,
tar aur daily Market Letter, mailed free.
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