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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1906.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MIRKT
Dill Trids CrjtracUritM til
Tiroscb Its f tagics.
WHEAT FIRM ON WEEK-END COVERING
Weather Ca)lt vr rru
far Hrttlli fr-Cr thart
Carer M Estimate
Receipts Oals Italet.
, OMAHA. Aug. K. ltO.
ulines u tha leading cnsractarlstlc
ma grain marketa lossy. Wheat wn
easy for a time, with a littla aeiling by
caan hnutn, nut Armed later on (-ni
raverlng. Weather conditions through-
ut tne spring wneat belt ara an tnat
ould ba oesired. and It la only a Question
of tlma before receipts increase materially
at Minneapolis ana uuiutn.
Light estlmsted corn racalota for Mon
day caused snorts to cover in September
and operators came In on ahort In ay. ro
an It I nc in a firm tona to the market and a
Oaia were unlet, acting rather easy early
but firming toward the otoee. The trade
waa without feature.
Primary wheat recelbta were 147.000 bush
ela and shipments 444,000 buehela, against
recelDta laat rear of tao.OuO buehela and
ahlpmenta of 4O,u"0 buehela, Com receipt
were N0,0r bushels and ahlpmenta tiLO"
buehela, againat receipt laat year of Hli.ono
buaheia and ahlpmenta of M.OUO bushels
Clearance were buehela wheat, 44.1
barrela flour. M.0QO buaheia corn aad 164,000
bueheie of oat a I ,
Mverpool ctoeed unchanged to H4 lower
On wheat and Httd lower on corn.
Broomhall estimates world wheat anlp
menta Monday at l.oo,r bueheie
W. H. Bartlett ear thla regarding corn:
"Wi call attention to the fact that there
ara on or two countlea in Indian.; aeverai
eountlea In Illinois; two or three countlea
In north central Kanaaa and one, or
possibly two In southern central Nebraska,
where too much dry weather haa cut the
yield down to probably three-quarters- of
eom crop; but thee are taolated locali
se, while the balancg of the great corn
bait promise a bumper crop from north
Dakota to the gulf. There 1 very proapect
at tba preaent time of our railing more
corn than wa did lat year and we believe
that th final government citlmatc will eon
firm thl prediction."
Local range of option! :
Article. Open. 1 Hlgh.j Low. Close. T y
"Wheat I I 1 1 I
Sept... C4HAT 4HA t44A WttA
Deo.... 47B giHAJ 1B f7A 6.B
Sept... 44HA1 ' 44HA 4THA 44B 44V.H
Deo.-. 18 B B ttViB B SSHB
May t9A IHA
A asked. B bid.
Oaaka, CXaek galea.
WHEAT-No. ,. 1' oar, JUo; no grade,
OATaV-No. 4, 1 car, I7HC
Oaaakat vaaa Prteaa.
WHEAT No. I hard. MWfolAUc: No. J
hard. UHo; No. 4 hard. KWtitc No. I
COKN-No. l, 43H'343Hn; No. t yellow,
446M4Uo! Na. 1 white. 4Mr46tc
OA'IS No. S mixed. tTqiiHc; No. t white.
.ttaatko; No. 4 white. 27!ff7ttC.
- KYke-No. 1 tic; No. t, 4Vc
: Carlot Heeelpte.
,, Wheat. Corn. Oats
Kanaaa City 41
Minneapolis '.. M
tit. Lout U
CHICAGO tsttAlX AND PROVIIIOXS
, Frlree mm Board mt Trad.
. CHICAGO. Aug. tt. Decreased receipt
a compared with the oorresponaing day laat
weea cauatd a alroruc cios in ma wneai
maraet ioanf, the ptembcr uellvery cioe
Ing at a net aain ot kWHc Corn and oan
were praciicaiiy uncnanged. . iioviion
' were a inuae to ic lower.
' Trade in wheat wa light all day-,' there
belt.- omy a alight demand ana rew ot
tering. During the early part of -the sta
tion eentlment favored lower -twlcea tm-
caue of the detreaee of rain In the nol-tli-wett
and a prediction of Incruaeed worlu'a
'anlptnenU for Monday. A continued ab
sence of export demand also exerted a da
preeslng eftrct on prlcea. More anlm-t-
.lon wa evident in tne maraet during in
laat hour ana considerable firmness was
developed. Small primary receipts waa t.m
cause of the stronger tone. Total ar
Ttvai today ' at' ail primary points weie
647,uuu busnols, compared with l),wu bushels
, for the corresponulng lay of Usl year.
Damage report from the southwest also
created a more bullish feeling. The mar
ket closed strong with prluee close to the
hia-hest point of th day. beptembur
opened Wtf0 lower at 71Hc, sold off to 7lo
and then advanoed to 71Hc. Tne cloe waa
at Deoember sold between lWa
and 74Vk MHa and c lowed at 74c, a net gain
of -Ho. Clearancea of wheat and hour
were equal to tiO.Ouv buaheia. Minneapolis.
Duluth and Chicago reported receipt of l
car against 37i cars last week and 249 car
' a year ago. .
Continued rain In Iowa and Illinois caused
considerable profit-taking In th corn pit
early in the day, which resulted In a weak
market. Later, however, all of the loss
waa regained on covering by shorts. Dam
ag reports from Kansas and an estimate
of small local recelpta on Monday also oon
trlbuted to the stronger feeling. Trading
on th whol waa quiet. The market closed
firm. September opened n'tfVtC lower at
' 4;ic to 4i!e. advanoed to 4Sc and closed
at 480. ' December ranged between 4SVc
and 43H9440 and cloaed at 4irc. Local re
ceipt were li3 car with IM car of con
Oats were quiet and 'steady. Tba mar
ket waa bearish early In the day by the
eaaler. ton of Wheat and corn. When
thoae markets -became firmer oata followed
' them. September opened; Mo to, fetrWo
- lower at 2Sawko' to Hc sold between
2HctfHc and cloaed at S"-9o. De
cember sold between aunt and closed
at IU4C. Local receipts ware Z2S cars.
Provlslolns were steady on a lo advance
In th price of live bogs. Shorts were
aetlva buyer of lard. At the cloae Sep
tember pork waa off to at $17 00. Lar4
waa down Stt at W.77H- Ribs were a
had lower at trw -
fcetltnated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
4 cars; earn, 144 car; oata. S car; hogs,
4,M head. ;
The leading future ranged as follows:
turea, quiet; Hern , 4s JHd; December,
CORN Spot firm: American mixed, new.
4a M; American mixed, old, namlnal.
ture quiet; fleptemher, 4a Hkd; December,
7d; January, 4a tS.
OMAHA WIIOl.RtAl.IS MAHKJKT.
rataple mm Faaey Pradaee.
OOB-Kecelpts. liberal! frh stock. 14
IVFJ PoLl.TRY-Hens. tvai; rooatera.
tc; turkeys, lllc; ducks. ?tjc; spring
chickens, IMS 1.1c per ID. . ,
BUTTER Packing stock, 14c; cholo
fancy dairy. 1MJ14c; creamery, J! Wl"c.
HAT -rricea guoled by Omaha Feed com
pany : Choice upland, l5fl; medium,
ooarae, ft.noi.t(i. Rye straw, li.O.
BRAN-Kit ton, li M
SWEET POTATOES-Per bbl 117s.
to Ins.. 2tVffc.
TuMA iur.B Home grown, per baaket ot
10 lbs., stK(tc
WAX bEANS Per market basket of
about It lb., too.
TURNIPS, liKETS AND CARROTS Per
, LEAP LETTUC E Hotbouae, per doa.
CEI.ERT Per do., tO.
CCCLiMBKHS-tiom grown, per do.
ONIONS Home grownN tc per lb.; Span
ish, t 0 per erat'.
ORKSK ONIONS Per aoa uncba, 0C
HAOlBHEft Per do, bunch. It.
NA VT BEANS Per bu.. U.8t; Na. A IL71
. LIMA BEANS Pr lb tVkc
'(KEN PEPPERS Per market haskst,
oKANQta Valencies, aooordlng to sis.
LEMON8 Llmanltnk. extra fancy, m
Blse, . 0 else, 10; t60 else, fl.t0; Other
wanas, ii.w leea.
BANANAS per medlum-alsed bunco,
tl 7Hl.s jumbos. n tOWt.OU.
ru lATOaus pes nu.. sec
PEACHES Tcilow freestone. I1.J6; Mil-
sou.-t, per t-baaket crate, 4J.u.Li Cali
fornia aHbertae, per box, 11.26.
fuUMIt t-euiornia, ai.suayi.a
EAKS-Bartlett. per box. tttMltO.
OKAPttS Mom gruwa. nor s-lt basket.
WATERMELONS Per lb.. lWo. or about
CAM ia,iAcpiBV-(iiorado ana Arisnna.
par crate (standard. tH.su; poulaa, t&iu.
No. 1 rlba. bo: An. i rioa. itto: No. I rlba.
tVtc; Nu. l loin. lfrVao; No. J loin. Lfcct
ro. torn, ac: no. i cnucic, sc, no. I
chuck, 4c; No. t chuck, to: No. 1 round, eat
No. 1 round, 7o; No. 1 round, tc; No. 1
plate, tc; No. plate. ia: No. t plat, au.
MIBCE1X A It iuu C B
granulated can. Ir. aacaa, tS.ll; granulated
beet, In sacks, ti.U.
.SYRUP lu bbla Tlo ft gal.; In case,
t 10-lb. cane, 11.7V; caaea, 11 t-ib. cana, tl.lW;
cases, u -b. cans, xi.ss.
CMh.h.BS avirs. new. tea; vvraoonaia
brick, lal4c: Wlaoonsia ilmnergar, Us;
twins. UVfca, young Americana, ltd.
COFFEIm Koaaied, MO. , Ve per ID.,
No. HO, XuHo per lb.: No. . UVo per lb. No,
to. uvtc per fb.; No. U, uya per lb. -
NU 'IS Walnuts, No. 1, soft shells, new
crop, per lb., lc; hard ahells. per lb..
nc. feuana, larce, per id., iu, imaii. per
lb to. Chill walnuu, per lb., lKtflgc,
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17o; hard
shell, par lb., lie. Cocoa outs, t4.0u par sack
of lo. .
CURED FISH Family whlteflsh. per
quarter bbt.. 100 Ibe.. M.uO; Norway mack
erel. No. 1, t!s 00; No. a, tiM OO; No. I. tJu.00;
Irish, No. I, tit 00; herring, In bbls., 309 lbs.
each, Norway, 4k, 11100; Norway, tk, tlt.oo;
Holland, mixed, 111.00; Holland herring, lo
kaaa. milker, too: kaae. mixed. 70c.
CANNED OOODS-Corn, standard west
ern. SfrabOc: Maine, li lt). Tomstoe. I-In.
cans, H Ofyftl irt; J-lb , V7Hrrl.00. Ptneap-
rle. grated J-lb., t2-2.30; alleed, tl.vU
20: gallon apples, fancy, M00; California
apricots, tl "tfc OO; paara, 1.7t4lt.t0; peachaa,
fancy, $1.7fc(i.40; H. C. pcaohes. tl.0iKd2.M.
ta.10; fncy ao'ekeye. P., ti.tr;' sardines, (L
on, x.eo; mueiara, m iweet po
tatoes, Sl.lKtol.tt; sauerkraut, tl 00; pump
kins, SOcStl.00; wax beans, t-lb., Tbbtuc;
lima beans, 1-lh., 75cGtl.Si; spinach, tl.tt;
cheap peas,, t-lb., COc; extra, iMtlMc; fancy,
HIDES AND TALI-OW Oreen salted.
No. 1. lfUc: No. I. UV-c: Ml hldee, tVetj-Vc;
t Mt bbls:; shipments, t in bbls: stock, M.-
TM bhia ynote: A, B, C. t4.nn: If. 14 in;
R. 14 ; F, t4t2H O. 11. if, 44 n; I, 14 K;
K. M M: M. M It: N. t6.: WO. t&.: WW.
SRJW YORK OE1RRAL MARKET
atlaie at the Day Varlaaa
NEW TORK. Aug. It rLOt'R We-
celpta, 17.104 bbls.; exports. 7,"t bbls.;
sales, t.tOO packages: market dull ""'1
unchanged; Minnesota patents, 4.I0i
4 40; baker. II.4Q(.I0: winter paieiue,
1109411; straights. It40t .it; extri,
tittetSR; low grades, UJieil"; rve
flour, quiet; fair to good, t!.!S0t 4;
choice to fancy. 111464 00.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and
yellow, II.J0O114: coarse, $ 1.1 07 1. 1 2 ;
kiln dried t 0t?J .
RIB Nominal; No. I western, ic, c. l
f New Tork.
WHEAT Reeelnts. l.00 4iU.: exports.
Ill, til bu.; sales, tOO.OOO bu. futures;
Spot msrket eaey; No. t red. 77Sc, eie
vator; No. 1 red. 7c, f. o. b. afloat; No. t
northern. Duluth, ttve. f. o. b. afloat;
No. 2 hard, winter, 40c, f. o. b.
Owing to proapects for liberal wrrld'g
Shlnmenta. Imnraved northwest Weather
and liquidation wheat was easier today.
It rallied near the close, nut waa nna
OMAHA LI EJTOCR MARKET
Cora Ctttlo tdj, Mott Cthen Lower
HOGS SHOW IMPROVEMENT FOR THE DAY
Ha Fb, .. Reelpe , mt theeg ar
Lasab af Caaseqaeaee Far
tba. Week Prleee Ara
Steady to Straagr.
m ft 4 4
Offlelsl Mondsy ...
Official Tuesday .
Official mday ....
Offlelsl Saturday .
SOt'TH OMAHA. Aug. S, 1M.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
,. t.iM i.iri I7,.4t
,. tint i.a8
. 4,0:4 1.0.4 l.tK
.. 1.0O7 7."2 7,i
,. 1.00 (14 l.4f
,. t00 .U0 n
He net lower. May, t4S4t4Hc, closed T01"' weeks ago
I4HC1 September, 7TAJHIC, rio'ia
7tHc; December. tl t2e, closed ftc
CORN Receipts, tJ.tit bu.; sale. tO.OOfl
bu. futures; spot market easy; No. 1,
M1e elevator, and 44e f. o. b. afloat;
No. I yellow, tic; No. white, tic. Op
tion market waa quiet and easier on good
weather and Inereaeed receipts, closing
14 4) He net lower. Reptember, ItHOtto,
closed it He.; December closed h2vt .
OATS Receipts, 117.000 bu.; export,
lit. Oil bu.; spot market quiet; m xad
eats. It to tl podnds, ttSo; natural
white, to to tl pounds, ltat7Hci ellrped
white, tt to 40 pounds, tt43;.
HAT Steady; shipping, S75c; good
to choice, 0 $1.00.
FEED Htesdy; spring bran. tlt.Jt!
middling, tlt.7t; city, t20.R0 24.10.
HOPS Quiet ; state, common to choice,
1905, 11017c; 1904. and olds, noml al;
Pacific coast, 1805, ltOltc; 104. 12c;
HIDES Steady; Galveston. tO to S
founds, 10c; California, tl to 2i pounds,
lc; Texas dry, 24 to 30 pounds, lc.
PROVISIONS Beef. quiet; family,
tl0 0043 11.00; mesa, 1 1.00 8 to ; t
hams, t21.00O22.i0; packet, 8.(i0I.OO;
city extra India mess, $16.00 14. 6u: cue
meats, steady; pickled bellies, llltc;
pickled shoulders, lHlr; plckii
hams, 128 11 He iJtrd. steady; wextern
steamed, $8.70 i.tfl; refined, firm; conti
nent. tt.SS: South America. $10.00; com
pound, T H 9 1 He. Pork, steady, family,
tll.6O01t.OO; short clear, $17.00l8.o;
TALU5W Steady; city. tHc; country.
green hides. No. I. 10c; No k; horse.
l.nv3.3A; sheep pelt. sOcvtl.D). Tallow, no.
1, 4c; jso. s. 3C.
WOOL-Per ib.. llCtEo,
This week ...1.M 4i.l 4 4"2
Last week 1.1.417 M.227 t7.Rt
Two weeks ago ........ ..14,111 11.432 4.J'H
Three weeks ago 1.40 M.7U 26.770
sour weens ago 47.iv si.,fl
Same week last year.... 21,04 M.ObO 40,
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the recelpta ot
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with laet year;
114. IM. Inc.
Cattle 609 419 Mir4 S7.4?)
Hose 1 Mt l 14M M 168.2M
Sheep t.014.42t tM.tK 46,140
The following will show ths Dries bald
for tha different kinds of cattle on tt
nouth Omaha msrket:
Oood to choice corn-fed st eers. . . . . tS
rair to good corn-fed steers 4.
Common to fair corn-fed steers... 4
oood to choice range steers
Fair to good range steers.
Common to fair range steers
Oood to choice cows snd heifer..
Fair to good cow and heifers....
Common to fair cows and heifer..
Good to choice stnekera A feeders
Fair to rood stnekers and feeders.. 1
Common to fstr stocker 2 7
Bulls, stas;a, etc isrvgt 75
Veal calves , 17V8.7B
The following table shows the averago
price of hogs at South Omaha for th last
several aays with comparisons:
2 twi8 M
Artloloa.1 Open. High.) Low. Close. Tss'y
. . . Jan.,.
IT 12H IT 12H
u to it j
I 76 t 77
I 1 70 I 70
t 26 I
St. Laila Geaeral Market.
ST. IX5UIS. Aug. . WHEAT Future
higher: cash firm; track No. 2 red cash,
TOHtl 71 He ; No. 1 hard, 70072c; September,
ttc; Deoember, 72Hc.
' CORN Firm; - track No. ' cash,'7Hc:
eptemDer. bc; uecemoer. i7c; no.
OATS Futures, steady; cash weak; track
No. a cash. low; beptemner, slHc; Decern-
1 per, sic; rso. x wnite, gzc.
T lAJLHvtviuji rea winter oaienie,
$3.a.60; extra fancy and straight, 12.(69
I.sa: Clear, i.sti.io.
BEKD-Tlniothy. stead, 13.iO04.IM.
BRAN Stesdy; sacked esst track, 7207C.
max nteaoy; timotny, ix.i7.uu; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-11.00H.
BAGOINO t 1-16C. .
HEMP TWINE 7He.
PROVISIONS-Pork. lower: jobbing.
14.76. Lard, lower; prime steam, It. 76.
Salt meata, steady; boxed extra shorts,
t 87H; clear ribs. .H; short clears, tt.76.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra short, 410.12H;
clear ribs. tlO.rH; short clear, 110.60.
POULTRY Steady; chickens, tttc;
spring. 12c; turkeys, 14Hc; ducks, tHc;
BUTTER Firm; creamery, 11024c; dairy,
ECKiS Steady, 16c case count.
Flour,, bbl 10.000 10,000
Wheat, bu 41.000 fc.ooo
Corn, bu 13,000 ' 12S.0UO
Oata, bu 72.000 U.OOt
Kaasae City Grata aad PrTtsleaa.
KANSAS CITT. AtiC. tt. WHEAT Ren-
tember, December, 47Hc; May, 71 Ho.
Cash: No. 2 hard, tHfltHc; No. 1. t6H
46c: No. 1 red. 47H0Sc: No. t. 45067c.
CORN September. 4tc: December. SBUn:
Msy, tHe. Cash: No. I mixed, 44c; No. t,
41V944c; No. t white, 4ftH4r4Hc; No. t. Ha.
OATS-No. I white, t8H031c; No. I mixed,
ryk pteaay 1 no. 1. iibioc.1
HAT Steady; choice timothy. 111.21 a
11.60; choice prairie. tt.7t.
RQOS Firm; extra, iso; nrata, cases re.
turned, 17e; econds. 1O0.
BUTTER Firm; creamery, l?c; packing.
. Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu .......... 14 t.OOO lt.000
Corn, bu $1.000.. 4.000
Data, bu. 14,000 6.090
Mlaaeasalla Grata' Market.
MINNEAPOIJB, Aeg. 16. FLOI'R First
rttents, t4OO04. 10; second patents. $3 869
46; first clears, $3 262.46; second clear.
BRAN In bulk, tlt.OO01t.7t. . (
(Superior Board of Trad quotation for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). Th
rang of prices, as reported by F. D. Day
at Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade, waa:
ICE Quiet; domeatlc. fair to
lUeiHr; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm. Street prloes: Extra
creamery. 23H024C Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, ii"g aisie
dairy, common to extra, l&v&SHe; reno
vated, common to extra. 162uHc; weetern
factory, common to firsts, 14Hl8c; western
imitation creamery, extras, sue; western
CHEESE Steady: st I full cream, lure
fancy, 11 He; fair to good, 12014c; small
fancy, ItHc; fair to good, llVi12c; in-
feriors, 19 100.
BOOS Firm: state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 26027c; choice.
24026c; mixed, extrss, 24't26c; western firsts,
20c; western seconds, lH01tc-
POULTRT Alive, nominally nrm; west
ern spring chickens, lac; fowls and turkeys,
HHC. uressea, quiet; western spring onica
ene, 144Jltks turkeys, 12014c; fowls, 10014c.
' New York Money Market. ,
NEW YORK. Aug. 26. MONEY On call,
no loans. Time loans, stesdy; sixty days,
t per cent; ninety days and six months, t
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4 per
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady at
$4.84S6u i.mo for demand and at $4.U2S for
sixty-day bills: posted rates, M.82H and
t416H; commercial bills, t4.8OH04.UY
SILVER Bar, flbTtc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Quotations on New York bonds today
were a follow:
U. t. ret. ta, res 144 Jasas 4, M Mr!.. 14
.lwit lo mi n
.lMUl Ss Id aarla 1
.101! do 4a, otfl U4
.1MA U N. uni. 4a t'i
.10IH Mlht. a. fold 4a.... 101
.IS I Ma. Central 4a 1H
HO it IS tne li
. Minn. at. L. 4a,,.. X
.lltvt K. tc T. 4,...;. .100
..1021, do ta 444
fH N. n. a. el M. . 4s. MH
Data, I Hot. ilSOS. I1S04. 11S0S . Iltot lltOl 10.
Auv. it... I in 1 1 tot 1 mi 1 xi mi 1 T81 4 17
Aug. It... I SI I 12 I ! 1 I tt 6 77 4 It
Aug. 17... f iKH 6 al 4 Ml I 211 6 t3 I OU
Aug. it... 1 rrnl 1 m! 4 i i n! 1 trl 4 tt
Aur. 19... I IM I 10 I 111 I 71 I ISM
Aug. 70... t 02 t 12 16 4 to I I' I Ot
Aug. ... i 96H I 84 I 24 I 17 I 71 I 02
Aug. 22... t SOU 1 84 6 081 6 id 7 00) ir 101
Amr. 28. ..) I 84HI B 12 6 Oil I VW I 9t 4 97
Aug. 24... I 16 I t 921 t 041 B 4 t 91 B 0t
Aug. 26... A I ! I 12 i 46 7 10 B 04
4a eouDoa ....
V. I. la. rag
V. t. eld 4, rag
V. . na 4a, rag
An. Tab. 4
auhlaoa gen. 4a..
So adi. 4a
Atlantla C. L. 4a 141
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha ll.7Erti4.0O I4.7t)4j4.00
Chicago 1.866 .00 6 64.67Vk
Kansas City I.0utf.26 6.7ba
St. Lout 1.0n3 60 B.76S.t0
Bloux City 2 604.00 6 46t.00
SATURDAY B SHIPMENTS.
The followlna shows the number of cart
of stocker and feeders shipped to th
country and their points of destination
Thomas Martin, Carson, la R. I
M. H. Welton, Wlota, la K. I ,
W. Burajln. Council Bluff. Ia. R. I....,
O. H. Blakesler, Marne, la. R, I
J. H. Mank, Urlswold, la Q
W. H. Mank. Orlawold. I. Q.....
Steve Anderson. Wlnkelman, la. Mil..
W. H. Goodwin. Madlson-U. P
G. B. Caulkins, Aurora Q
B. J. Osier. Walnut. Ia. R. I
John Ihnen, Garrison Q..
M. r, price, 1,'areon, ia. k. i......
B. M. Beachey. Strawsvllle Mo. P
Bill Kenich. Hosklna M. ft O
N. P. Nelson. Wiener N. W.... 1
G. P. Crannell, Tekamah M. A O
W. W. Adams, Wlnkelman. Ia. Mil..
Henry Hlckey, Neola, Ia. Mil
E. Joyee Co.. Jersey City. N. J. Mil.
I. T. Bpangler, Walnut, la. R. I
John Iverson, Inwood. la. "Mil ,
J. W. Fltsgerald. Mlnot, N. D.-M. ft O
Th number of carl1 nf stock brought In
today oy eacn roea waa
caiue. nogs, wieep.
' I 8TW
B. A O.
Prk. R. T. ev. 4a..
Central ot Oa, ta
do let Inc
4o Zd loo
do Id Ibo
Chea. A Ohio IHa..
Chicago A A.
C, B. A Q. a. 4...
C'., K. I. P.
do ool. I....
CCiC. A It. sen
Colo. Ind. 44, !
Colo. Mid. 4a....
Colo. to. 4S....
Cuba ta v.
D. A R. O. 4
Brl prior lias 4a..
da gas. 4a
Hock. Val. 4Ha ..
N. T. C. San. tlU
10) N. t. C. ran. Ia....m4
'Na Pacllc ft ln
4 do la ''4
111 Norfolk A W. t. 4a. .IMS
H I Or., g. L. rff. 4 MH
IIH Pans. ci. ! 10IH
u Kaaatns sas.
l(Slt?t. U ft I. M. . la.H4U
17 1st. L. t. F. Ig. 4a. h2
st. u s. w. e. ia....
1I4 Seaboard A. L. 4a.... iV
12 bo paoine a n
4a.. 101 li do 1st 4a, cttl H
a., fata soutnars nr. aa ita
Taiaa ft P, lata ill
i li.. st. l.. sc w. .. n
104 t'nlen PaclSo IIUUj
re u. b. meal is
. M Wabaak lata...
.111 do dab. B
. IH 'Waatarn Mi. 4a
.144 W. ft L e. Il
100 Wla. Central 4i
r m m. a. t
MissoiiH Pacific"!!!!!!!'!";;! 1
Unltn Pacinc '...T.. '.r?... 1
C. ft N. W., eaat -...,v(t..t
C. ft N. W., west ..
C, St. P., M. ft O
C., B. ft Q., eaat ...
C, B. ft Q.. writ ..
C, n. 1, ft P., east ..
C, R. I. ft P.. west
Cripple and driven In,,, -,.....
Total receipt ......J:.:..'. I
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, esch buyer purchasing the num.
per of head Indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co ... 957
Swift and Company....- 286 . S.102
Cudahy Packing Co..... ' 2.122 461
Armour to l.aD
Hill ft Sun 4
Kingan ft Co ..iv ... -441
St. L. Dressed Beef Ca 1H0
Krey Packing Co , ... m
Other buyera t ....
4 I tV
4 I ?'
4 I M4
1 I ll(t
1S I IIS
. . IH
is I as
a I is
IM I N
11 ... lat'i
.... H 4t I I1S
tn 4 I rs
trt . . I me
rn .. Its
.... m 14 I h
14 ... I 04
.... ... 4
Mt ... I H
K ... I
HI ... IN
rt ... I M
.....ri it I h
...n ... I n
I4 44 I N
Ill 110 I 4
.....Mr e IM
I I to I N
ir 90 I M
.....It ... Ill
.... 14 I H
I ... 14
Ht 40 I 4714
Mt IM I 00
.r...H4 ... Ill
HI ... 4 00
t M 4
M 4 9
.. 4 i4
M 4 M
v 4 4
:. 4 no
.. I K
.. 4 M
.. 4 v
14 I 00
and prices sagged off during the middle aee
rlon under liquidation and selling aMnt
lower firm oners from Brasll. The cl.-s"-waa
stesdy at net decline of fJWio
points. Sales were reported of 17."0 bas.
of which a larite propottlnn aas in lh
Shane of switches. The buxtnrss Inciiid.'.i
September t 4,V: October, 4 7V"; Decem
ber, t P9t.V: January, 7c; Msrrh, 7 . 1 if
7 16c; Mav. 7?M7V; June. 7 .S6c: Ju'y.
Tc. 8rot steady; No. I Rio quiet; No. i.
HI IM ID
HI 44 4
Ml ... Ill
IM ... IM
tM ... I
HI ... I l
.17 ... I M
. ... IM
.17 . . IM
.HO 4) IN
tr k IN
1ST 11 N
ill ... IM
44 .'..! ... I M
Ml M I ITU, 4
4 HI 44 I I7t I..
71 IM I I7H II..
.144 40 ITS Tl..
U III. IM I 17V. . II.,
IW 40 I I74 M. .
Ml M $ ITS M. .
1 44 40 4 N 1 40 M 4 74
SHEEP There were no sheep of any con
sequence today, omy two oars being re
ported and tney were late in arriving, i no
otai recelpta for tne weea snowing a
laraer Increase over a year Sao an
till laranr Increase as compared with laat
week. Tha arrivals havs oonlted very
largely of sheep, with only a sprinkling of
lambs, and hone of them very gooo. i ne
fact la, lambs have not commenced to run
The market a a whol haa been In very
atlSfsctorv condition and prices have
been very high all the week. During the
early part of the week sheep were gener
ally auotea as stesav. out on weanesaar
nere waa a enarp advance in prima, mm
day being UXjjWc higher. Most of this waa
taken off tne day following, so tnst at tne
close ot tne weea most salesmen are ui
Ing the msrket Juet about where It waa
at th bea-lnnlnc. It Is very evident, how
ever, that wherever any changes hvg
aken place they have been on the side of
better prices and It la possible to mention
ina viauai sales anowina nicner nrices.
in lamn market has been in very pe
culiar condition. Lambs have been very
high and there haa been a feeling on the
part of everyone that prices were In fact
too nign. Everyone naa Dcen expecting
that receipts would become liberal and that
price would decline rapidly, but the ex
peoted haa not happened. On the contrary.
receipt of lamb at all points have con
tinued light and tne prevailing nign prices
have generally been well maintained. As
a matter of fact, whenever receipts showed
up a little large weaknesa would develop,
but taking the week as a whole it Is
hardly possible to quote any material
chance. SuddIIss at eastern marketa con
tinue light, with prlcea high, and so long
aa that is tne caae there la not much oo
portunlty for the markets at the river lo
aeveioD any prolonged weakness
BtocKer and feeder have been in very
good demand all the week, and though re
ceipt have been liberal, they have been
none too much o to meet Uie requirement
of buyers. Feeder sheep especially have
been free sellers and price obtained have
Deen very eatisractory to owners, iamb
buyers have complained a good deal about
the high prices of feeder lambs, claiming
that they ought to be $1.00 per hundred
lower, but In spite of all complaints and
objections they have taken everything
coming and at tne close of the week: th
market is lust aa good as it haa been at
(Quotations on Killers: Good to choice
lamba. M.76Q7 50: fair to good lambs. H XO
1.76; good to choice yearlings. I6.606i.0i:
fair to good yearllnKa. I6.lbii6.60: good to
cnoice wet nere. M.iBb.; good to choice
ewes, 14.tOQ4.S0; fair to good ewes, S3.H(
Quotations on feeders
t.6u; yearlings, $6 264J6.60
40; ewes, ll.60o3-4.B6.
1 Idaho lamb buck ......
174 Idaho lamb feeders .,
197 Idaho lambs
21 Idaho ewes
Denton Corner Market.
Closing cuotatlons on Boston copper mar
ket reported hv l.oann A Bryan, 2 Board
Of Trade building. Omaha:
Alienee '4 wii
Atlantle 1 erana I nrtenuaairo. ti
ntnsham MV4 North Butte :
Blark Moon'aln "14 nrnnlnles 4:
m,m rnitenltoates. . 74 nereo a m
Butt Coalition MS Pnen. Serrlea US
Calumet A Artiona. 117s Pnen. Setuice. ptd
Calumet A llerlt
Coeeer Range ..
Pally went ....
71 Quince 9
MS Shannon S
7S Timarark I
es fatted Pratt K4S
Prankll 1S fnlled Siatee. em..'
Dreene Conner II fntted Statea. Bfd... 4
Oranhr U ' tk Coneolldaud...
Hairel I tan t opper
lele Royal IP14 Victoria a
U . ft Ptttabwrg... 17 S Winona
Maaacbuett I woleenn
merchandise and "peHe.
NEW TORK. Aug. 26.-To1al Imports of
merchandise and drv bwkIS Mt the port or
New Tork for the week ending today were
valued at Il4.234.611. Total Imports of
specie were $15,014. silver, snd S-.5 (old
Totsl exports of specie were 9r1,Ht stlvajr
snd ts.ono giild. , . ' f
' ; r
NEW YORK. Aug 26 -COTTON- Spot
cloned qtlleT, middling uplands, 9.90c; Hud
dling gulf, in 11c; sales. V, bales.
LIVERPOOI.. A UK- A.-rOTlOX-rtPOt In
limited demand; pit-ee I points higher;
American nilildllng fair, tl;d; good mld
dllng. ISsM; midilllng. 6 57(1; low middling.
JIM, good ordlnsry. 49M; ordinary, I.Tld.
Th sales of the day were 4.nK pales, et
ahirh bales aere for speculation and
export snd Included l.ion bales of Ameri
can. Receipts, l.txv bales, InckMUrng tut
bales of Antcrlosn
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 26. COTTON
Spot msrket cloned quiet; sales, 19 balea;
low ordinary, 6 7-16C, nominal; hrdluary,
V" Rootl ortlinsrv, 7 ll-ISc; low middling,
sv,c: middling, Sc; grxd middling,- 9o;
middling fair, HV nominal; fslr, 10c
reorlrts, 13.' bales; stock, 14.JU2 bales .
riearleigr !! averages.
NEW TORK. Aug. . The ststement of
the clearing house hank for the week
shown that the banks hold I4,207l over
the legal reserve requirements. This bf a
decrenee of :'.11.4; aa compared with last
week. The statement toiiows:
I.egnl tenders ...
Ex-V. 8. deposits
... 1,66. 151 ,711 .
I 1.140. f
Articles ! Open. H!gh. Low. Close ! Tee'y
71 V 1 7H
, Forelga Flaaaclal.
lonuun, Aug. supplies or money
were Increased today on dividend disburse
ments. The demand waa quiet. Discounts
were steady. It waa thought that New York
would obtain the bar gold, amounting- to
(4 ,000.i 0 J. which will be available next week.
Trsritng on the stock exchange generally
was quiet. Cheap money maintained the
price of flrst-clsss securities. Kaffir war
again active and closed higher, but for
eigners were quiet. The chief interest cen
tered In Americans, which were moderately
active during the early trading. I'nlon Pa
cific waa again the feature with a sharp
rise, but Atchison. Topeka ft Santa Fe and
Southern Pacific also received much atten.
j lion. 1 ne Duying was principally lor rew
York account. The msrket closed strong at
I abo.it the best quotations of the day. Japa.
!nese Imperial 6s of 1904 were quoted at
ST. PETERHBt'RQ. Aug. 26. The tone on
the bourse today waa calm, but prices were
wesker. . government securities declining
sllghtlv. Imperial 4 closed at TOTtc and 6
Evaporated Apples ssl Dried Fralta.
NEW TORK. Aug. 28. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market remains unchanged with
spot supplies practically exhausted and
nominal, while but little business In re
ported in futures. Supplies for November
delivery sre quoted st 6iC.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRI'ITS Prunes
ar easy In tone so far as future shipments
are concerned, but the spot market Is un
changed, with California 70s to Sfw, quoted
at 7pV4c; Oregon, 4ib to 20s at 748Hc.
Apricots are nrm witn cnoice quoted at
16c; extra choice at 17c; fanny. 1it20o.
reaches are nrm witn cnoice quoted. ww
lie; extra choice at lHjUHe; fancy, 11 lie;
extra fancy. 12&12c. Ralaina are quh-t
on spot with loos muscatel quoted at
fHe; seeded raislins, tKfjSc; London layer
Cask ouotatiooa were aa follows
FLOUR Steady; winter patent. $
Its: atraJsht: 11.1004 40; spring Detents.
17oQt.t0; straight, W-eV.ff4.nO, baker, $i
. V. UEAT-NO. S. n7to; No. red. 70414
- CORN-No. 1 4Hc; Na I yellow. sMia.
OATS-No. 1, leS4?Vtc; No. I while, tl
r$ljc: No, I whit. 2VaHo- .
RTE No. I, fcc;
. BARLEY Fair to choloe malting, etVTjstc.
BKED8 No. 1 flax. 11.01; No. 1 north
waatarn, n li: pHme timothy, 6171; clover,
contract grade, tit.
PROVISIONS Short rib, sides (loose),
II 7HI TSj. Mesa pork, per bbl., 117. Lsrd,
per .IJ lb i W abort clear sides (boxed),
a'b following were'th receipt of Sour
an graiu; .,
, Receipt. Shipments,
riour. bbl. : Sl.juO ll.ii)
Wheat, bu. ....... .,..,,..1,1"0
w'ora. bu. ,....4-...,....lea.t0
CU, bo. lev.Tiot et.&Ot
Rye, bu. l.o9
Barley, bu IAKiw 1,600
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market wa Arm, e.-eamerlea, lfz3c;
talrlaa, 1743-Hc. Fgf. firm; at mark,
usee included. ltVidllei Oists, 14Sje; prime
Mllwaake Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. Aug. ' 26. WHEAT -Steady;
No. 1 northern, 77fr79c; No. I north
ern, 74'ffT7e: December. 74.
RTE-Steady; No. 1. UVfjoAe.
BARLET steady; No. 2, 6o46; sample,
CORN Steady; Na. t cash, 4IH&49HC;
PEORIA. Aug. fA-TOHN-Bteady: No. t
yellow and No. 2. 49c; No. 4. 4V; no
OATS-Firm; No. t white, lAtrjOHe; No.
whit. 29Hfi30c; No. 4 white, WiaVIWc.
WHISKY On the baele of U0.
Dalwtk Oral Market.
DfLTTH. Aug 16 WHEAT No. 1
northern, "lo; No. 2 northern, 76Hc; Decem
ber. 73Hc; May. 71c.
OATS On track. 10c; pew to arrive and
Aug-!'. t4c. ,
T-aleaa teed Market.
147.700 i TOIjFIX), o., AUf. 81 SEED Clover
143 bfa) caan. n jti; ticioDer, 7 no: tiecember, 17. ui
1 1,1,01 n y, ei.ea, auaisa, oi.fv.
NaTtV TORK. Aug. 26 OILS Cottonseed.
Arm; prim crude. 2AJ !4c; prim yellow.
enT.n-c. rrtroirum, stesay; renned
New York. 17 40: PhtladslDhta and el.ni.
treta. Ito. extras. IvVao. Cheeaa. salad v: I ?nr;r. : $7 66; Philadelphia and Baltimore. In
11 VOlle. 1 1 .' Turpentine, nrm; t4$-4He.
Urarteol Sravla Maekal.
LIVERPOOL. Aeg. H.-WHEAT-Spot
taaAji No. t red, wester a. ta Wd. f
ROSIN Finn: strained, common ta mtA
U 104 li.
SAVANNAH. Aug. taOIte-Turpentlna.
Arm: 41 Sc.
KOSiN-rirni; ale. 1.7M bbl.; reaaUpta,
near aa4 Molaaaea.
NEW YORK. Aug. 25-SCOAR-Market
Arm; fair refining, SHiSVe; centrifugal, 94
test. 4c; molasses sugar, 2Wtj3'c: refined,
steady) No. I, 4.lc; No. 7, 4 26c; No. I. 4 V;
No. I, 416c: No. 10. 4,10c: No. 11. 4 06c; No.
12, 4 00c; No. 13. 196c; No. J 4, 1.96c; con
fectioners' A. 4.76c; mold A."l.2fc: cut loaf.
i.HOc; crushed, 4 powdered, 6.00c: gran
ulated. 4 V; cubes. 6 16c.
MOLAKBEB rlrm; New Orleans, ooen
kettle, good to choice, toSSc.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug 26. 8 I'd A R
Steady; opn kettle centrifugal, Id3 7-14c;
eentrlfugal yellow, l'6-41jc; second . tUif
Totals 24 ,iu (a?
CATTLE There were no cattle today, aa
usual on a Saturday, but th receipt for
th week foot up not rar from th sama a
a year ago. There will be noted, however,
from the table at. head of this oolumn, a
large Increase of arrivals over last week.
Cattle alone of all other kind of stock
show a falling off for the month to date as
compared with last year.
The supply of desirable cornfed beeves
has been very light all the week, while the
demand has been quite good, a combination
of clrcumatances which always means a
good market. Tha trade on this kind of
cattle wa active on most day and at tha
close of the week prices are practically In
the same notchee as a week ago. The best
cattle have sold at to.25. Western beef
steers have been In more liberal supply and
they have shown more or less weakness.
The best grades recovered a little toward
the latter part of the -week and arei not
much lower, but the medium to pretty fair
kinds are a little off. with the most decline
on common to fair grades.
The beet grades of cornfed cows and heif
ers, of which hardly enough are coming to
make a test of the msrket, would be about
steady for the weekbut the general run of
the stuff Is tower. Fair to good kinds are
not to exceed lOr&IRe lower, but aome of the
more common and undesirable kinds have
sold posnlbly s much ss 15fr?0c lower. As
a general thing the market during the week
has not been any too active, there being a
lack of snap to ths trad. '
Buyera have been looking for good,
weighty feeders all the week and cattle
having both weight and quality have sold
quite freely at about stesdy prices. In fact
there has been no material change on cat
tle of that description tn either direction.
The lighter rattle and. In fact, the heavy
cattle, lacking quality have had a down
ward tendency, and at the close of the week
are 10tfl6c lower than last week.
Ne. A. rv. He. A. Pr.
1 74 4 00 tO.. w IN
IIOCS8 Steady to 6e higher would In brief
express the situation that prevailed In the
nog market tnis morning. Heavy hogs on
the rough order sold generally In about the
same notchea a yeaterday, with th good
heavy loads strong. Light mixed hogs were
also atrong, with good light generally 6c
higher than yesterday. The trad, waa
fai-l active at the advance and th moat
of hogs chsnged hand In very fair season
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoc Aetlva aad Flv
Cents Higher Sheep gtroasT.
CHICAGO, Aug. 26.-CATTLE-Reelpts,
iOTI h..ri Mflrlt.1 al.ariv luw.. Il bli n.
- . - . ... D y , uuu, , w.v,nv-w.
cows snd heifers, $l.S6'y6.0; stocker and
leeaers, b.j.&o; calves, ts.60A7.76.
HOGS Receipts, 10,000 head. Market
active and ec higher; mixed and butchers.
u.Kiiea.on; good neavy, iouitm.4o; rough
neavy, so.outro.Bu; iignt, ss.uuavo7Vi; pigs,
$6.4& 26: bulk. M.0M14 40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, t.OOO
head. Market strong; sheep, $3.60136.40;
ismtis, 4 Wfle.uu.
Kanaaa City Live gtaek Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 26. CATTT R
Receipts, 1,200 head. Including 100
southerns', market steady: choice ex
port and dressed beef steers. $5.60 8. 25:
fair to good, I4.00O6. 60; western steers,
B.6u04.u; stocKers and feeders, Z.4i v
4.60; southern steers, $2.704 00; south
ern cows, $2,0041.00; native cows, 2.0u.u
1.76; native heifers, $2.7S(ff&.00; hiil'i.
12.1021.26:- calves, $1.00 7.00. Receipt J
lor the weea, oz.iou head.
HOOS RecelDts. 1.200 head: market Ea
higher: top, .3l; bulk or sales, $4 1041
IttO; heavy, ti. 9601. 10; packers, tl.l tJ
t.10; pigs and light, 16.760t.16. Re
ceipts for the week. 19,000 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market steady; lambs, $6.0067.60; native
sheep and yearlings, $4.26$6 60; wowter 1
yearlings, clipped, $6.00 06.76; western
clipped sheep, $4.26Q6.96; Blockers and
feeders, $1,60 0 i.60. Receipt for th
week, 21,100 head.
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NEW TORK. Aug. 2S. BEEVES Re
ceipts, Sti6 head; nothing doing; market feel.
Ing steady; derssed beef quiet at V9Hc
per pound for native side. Exports 900
csttie and o.sm) quarters or beef.
I'Ai.VKS Receipts, ia head: all con.
signed direct; no trade for lack of stock;
nominally steaay tor good light veals:
weak Jor heavy and coarse calves. Dressed
calves stesdy st 8413Ve per pound for
dressed veals; Wulie for country dressed.
SHEEP AND LAMB- Receipts, 4.764
nana; market lor aneep steady; no strictly
prims or choice lambs here: other grade
15V26c lower; Sheep. $3.600.00 culls. $2,000
1.00: common to good lamba, $7.2Mf8 62H.
HOOS Receipts. 2,4T,3 head: all for
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St. Laials Live stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Aug. 2 1. C ATT LB
Receipts, 600 head, Including 100 Texan
market slow; native shipping and ex
port steers, $1.75 Q 4.50; dressed beef and
butcher steers, $4.10(34.16; steers unu r
1,000 pounds, $1,604)4.26; Blockers and
feeders, $2.00fJ 4.26; cows snd helf- ,
$2.f6fj6.76; canners, $1. SIS 2.14; bulla,
$2.1662 .40; calves. $l.76fl6.7t; Texaa snd
Indian steers, $3.6012 6.10; cows and heif
ers. $2,000 t.iO.
HOOS Receipt. 2,600 head; market 60
higher; pigs and lights, tt.00O4.30; pack
ers, $6.7606.46; butchers and best havy,
SHEEP, AND LAMBS Receipts, none.
St. JeBB)k Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Aug. 1 1. CATTLE
Receipts, 111 head; market atendy; na
tives. $4,100 1. 10; cows and heifers. 11.60
0 4.96; Blocker and feeders, 11.00 0 4 16.
HOOS Receipts. 1.171 hsad; market
steady to to higher; light, 14.1601 10;
medium and heavy, IS. 17 M 04.20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, J16
head; market steady. .
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CASTLE IN TEX AIS, . . . v
Sr PenaMoa COLLrEfS WEtrLV
' Cegyrigat 101, P. ft. CeUiaf II ,,
Bask Clearla mt ka Week. .
OMAHA. Aug. 25 Bank elea.iiig for '
today were II. $24. 141. 14. and for the ir- 1
responding day laat year. $1,II7,0S .01.
1104. -.1901. '
Monday tl. 744. 419. 4$ $1. 705.61 M
Tuesday 1.474,736 91 1.3oI,kril
Wednesday .. 1.471.261 14 1.2.10.S
Thuraday .... 1,17114119 1.210 04 14
Friday 1,662.466 27 1, ill 401.11
Baturday 1,114,111.11 lJl7.6ll.ei
Tnl.l. lll lTt 111 Tl llll til II
Incrvaa for the week over the cjr.e. !
ponding week ot last year wai
Sioux Clly Live gtook aMrkct.
SIOUX CITT, Aug. 25. (Special Tel.
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, wo hed; mar
!2.T6if4 10; calvea and yearling, $2.6ja.7
HOGS Recelpta, 4.600 head: market Ic
higher; selling at $6.60tj4.00; bulk of sales
In th morning. Owing to there being a ! " n'aI .VTTl'ru l J ":
lltwral ihnaina of llaht hnara. with n.. , ana nine .im.tri
many rough heavy sales on paper, show
quit a little better than yesterday.
Receipt of hogs this week have been
light s compared with the previous week,
but still heavier than a year ago, as a 111
be noted from the table at head of column.
Th market started out higher at the be
ginning of the week, but after Monday
tended lower until Thursday, when th low
Dolnt of th week wa reached. Th im
provement at the cloae of the week leave j
lack I tlTkt.
Receipt of live stock at th lg principal
western mai iv , Hicniijr;
LONDON. Aug 25.-WOOL-The srrlvsls
of wool for the fifth series of auction sales
amounted to 74,000 balea, Including iioo
forwarded direct to spinner. The Imports
of wool thla week were as follows: New
South Wales. 1.1U0 balea; Victoria. ) bales;
New Zealand. 6.400 bales: Cape or Oood
Hope and Natal, 700 bales; various MOO
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 2t.-WOOL-Stady;
medium grade, combing and clothing, 24 &
tic; light Ana, Is 'Cc; beavv One. 14ai7o
tub walked, IkfiMtso.
the market on an average only about 7t4o
lower than It waa last Baturday. Aa a mat
ter of fact soma kinds of hogs nave shown
a much greater decline than that, while
othere ara selling almost as well owing to
the fact that prlcea have shifted somewhat
on the different grade.
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NEW TORK. Aug. 26. METALS No
special featuree developed In the local
market In the absence of cable and busi
ness was quiet. Spot tin wss quoted at
$40 9TK8-41.20; Lake copper remained at $K75;
electrolytic, $11.60; oasting, $1126. Lod is
firmly held on spot with quotations rang
ing from 95.7Mit.H6. Spelter Is quoted at
ta.OotjIlO. iron le reported In active do
rr nnd at the recent advance.
ST. LOUIS. Aug.. 26 -METALS-Lead
Arm. $6.70; speltsr dull. $6 87.
NEW TORK. Aug. 26. COFFEE Market
for futurea opened ateady at unchanged
prices to a decline of Av points In spite
af steady European rablae aad lighter re-
4aa. Tkue waa vry UtUa demand bar
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