Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 30, 1908, Page 7, Image 8

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THi; M.IIA UMIA I'.KK: TUESDAY. .U'Ni; ::o. 1W,
oRMN AND PRODUCE MARKET
l fa 4 iind hnht rfnt 1 I una r,
NEW YORK STOCKS ANDBONDS
hi ; n:
plhl.! rrtlflrste.
.4 ml I'll
to J 94.
0MA1IA LIVE STOCK MARKET
nt:.TiiF.n 1 inr. 4;n. nri.T1
Thinhinj Returns on Wheat Are.
Promising, but Grain it Unsife. ,
9 a I r
STOEMS HAVE DONE DAMAGE
i urn V Drltea Lasser lr Aatlce
Inrilretlaa l.arirr I res Thaa
last War anil leald " x
Hallr Again.
llglll I
heavy !
OMAHA. June 3t. 19.
ts.r.e mer in nrl southwest
s amort ma.ktts anon at m ui'iini
wiiii Niimi muie geneiel.
I.ir weatner lef.otte denied, and Lie
t.rr.stir .Ifmanrl i limtLfd and Slues
K.iuM luir, gradually after the.
:i'in weie auMmnea.
Later weathai reports demerit
tiamage by recent storm.
v.irsi,w ca. '"! acted' wnK with
Inn ."d buying All a. tempi lo rally mar
ket irei witii eelling und proper taking
. aiisi-d reaction. Ihreatt'g returns air
promising and fear la exptessed for Lie
1 r'.lng ft J "
Jury opened at M'e and dosed at MSc.
I'ntii opened lower T ll h advlata of better
iur enndltloi.i ar.d a much noted advance
In the growing rmp. Ch corn ruled
aiiahtly lower and waa particularly dull
nr.'i trading light. July torn advanced at I
a...'.,r end closed at t,c.
I'n ma ry wheat receipt were 394.0U) bu
end shipment were 1:16.000 bu. against re-
.. pi last year of 990.0UO bu. and sfilpmeni
I 4 M.IHH) bu.
'.nil le.elpts weie "Ut.OOO bu. and Vp
intii .! j:..!") bu. against receipts
Wi .. .tf i.niO bu. and lilpment of
t ii
' i- .i.i ! nn tm bu. of corn, twenty
1 i .f .a ana wheat and flour equal to
4 "' bu.. .
I i'-io.-.ol closajd urarhangad to d lower
"i nruai, nd to 'd higher on corn.
t.o' Hi m iae or option:
In Teiaperatare.
OMAHA. 'June 9 r
Am' area .. hlg'i i "" .i'" ompiv id
hv far wal:er. nvfr'ln Hie Mis.uil val
ley 'id nortr'taea'. Tie weather Is shorn -iv
and unsettled In li nil'ldlc Mlsslss'ppi
en I Oh o vs'levs and upp i lake lesn
Th e:ern ligh will move over tli en
ial talla-v dunt a th nesi twentv -four
Ixiurs an. I i. e Heather wt'l continue flr
In tlil vicntn tonight and T'teslav, w tli
rn lii.pnttsnt rltnt'ic tn tempers! m e. Tlie
h alt mlnil sml ex.esie ta ns of Sa'urrlay
night wi-r feiicrsl irtniiglion' the low-r
l fSoui xsllev and hrm' isl'.s rr. ut"I
'gsin 'st n ght ai ".;nta In Kami" a d
.l IS" ,,in I.
(iKha rn-rrd of le n erst'ire snd ireilp
atlon i'nn pir'd lth the CT' p nd t nn
Oi I lit last lure y ar:
Mln mu n t -ti i et attn e .... '" ' '
l r i l Htlon T . T T
.Normal t- mptet ire for toiay. "5 'I'-gr'e".
Kxcrs n pre. li Ita on fin. e Mari li 1.
i Market is Apathetic and Prices Drift,
Slufjishly. j
i
UNDERTONE IS GENERALLY FIKM!
Poor "hunlnm. of Present Condition)
Inahle tn hak.e t'onvlrtina
bat Better Time Arc
Ahel.
I! If
ftock
Hatnn tnrka and Rnnds.
:"tlN. June IT. -Money all loans. .
per (cni. time l.'Hrs. -in'i fr ''en
s and honfl closed s folio;
liiclie.
1e.'l( I r. .
4 lli( ll .
I', f . IcIIC
.i Inches'.
I..
in
i o ' resr onilli g p- r,l id
coriesj oni.lng perod
,. WKI 8H, t.ocul rorecsster.
6.
Rallettn.
ndii'E at '
mTkllan tim, Monday. June 2i.
Corn nnal Wkeat Region
Tor t!" tnentv-fur hours
.-. m . ,6th
OMAHA nisinicr.
Temp
Ma
ii' I. l". Opan.l High. I-ow. Cloaa Bat y.
J'jlV.
aepl.
.i iiv.
SOt.
s
M ... .
, .1
.
'ft:
i
8T'
mm
I
R1SI
SI
I
", (
2S'I
81 '4
7t4
Btsl ot s
Ai Ian-'. N 1
A bi rn. N'b
! inoken Hon. Neh.
( olumi'U". Neh .,
Iher aon. Neb.,
1'n rb r . N b. . . .
Hlrno nt, N"h.... i
Gr. Inland. Nai... '
1 Initlnnton. Sen.. i
77
M
81
7ft
HHeilnps, Neb.
Holrtrege. Neb.,
(akdale, N-b...
Omaha, Net. ...
Teksniiih, Neh..
Aim, la
Carroll. Ia
Clarlnda, la....
B biey. Ia
la.
Mb)
!4
FA
41
ft
H
48
4
51
49
47
67
I
63
62
8
f.O
(4
38'
Hall"
fail.
.07
.23
T
.0
.'0
.12
.0
ll
.01
.'0 .
.
T
.01
.r
T
.01
.11
.0
for
f lr
lroidy
( le c
Clear
i la
i iear
1 lear
Clear
lear
Clear
( ler
(la
P . . I .
Clear
Clcer
i lear
ft. ( loutly
Cleai
C.ear
twe ve-nou:
8'0t:x Clt,
M nlmuni tmpei sror
p tod ending at 8 a. m.
UlSlRlCi AVERAGES.
No. of Temp Rain.
fenlral. Station.
w;ii:
'i . .
mil
h.-i J.
1-. 2',rr: "o.
I hai-j. :I'jmc. .No. a prm-
i
. . -
2 61c; No. 3, 7H' ; N"' '.
yellow, tic; No. J nl ' . 7 Vi-
No. 8 mixed. 4lVkS'iC; Nj. J
fi".. 'T'r; No. 4 wh'te,
rVK-Xo. 2. 7H57;c; No. 3, TifTlc.
( arlat rteceipts.
Wheat Cm. Oa"
i ' i. t 11 S61 135
1 nneiti.oijs 523
1...111, II 8 27
i n-'j 27
4 lilt A'.O Git A I. A.U PROVISIONS
2
17
14
'2
l
28
'9
. 12
oi curred 'n
during Sunday
h ,i g . 11'
C'o'umbU". ')
I, M oines Ia . . . ,
I "i.i.olt', I'"!.
! n . - i 't , Mo .
v. nne n ol'a. Minn
(ii. it. a. .teb
ft. !' ul, Mo
Kxceiis e rain
III. . Islrii t
llrt 1 1 e " ruins In all Otlicr c. irtlons of the
c rn ami wheat rogion. Cool wenther I
genet al t- r 'Ugliout the corn nnd wheat helt.
L. A. ELKH, local Koiecajter.
Mx. Ml" Inche
M M .12
SX t .
2 :8 .16
f M W
4 hO 1)8
72 48 .02
7S St .01
8 64 .U
t e Kanea
riiar.it and
XEW YORK OEVEIisL MARKET
Unotatloos
nrluna
f eatures of the, 'IrnUius and Closing,
I'ricca on Uuaril of Trade.
CHICAtJO, June ;9.-ll. iliia in Kansa and!
tbnllisn wcehly ntaiis.ua wn thinly r '-
eM.niole tin to. a.t'c.it; lone In the local
Mliiet nintkct loiisy. At il.c rl.jsc wnea' fori
v iiicmhei uehvi i a up v; corn.'VIl1'
1 (Uroei ; nam were a ,.uue !u'T anil pro-
in i' wie 6o tilgt.er.
I v.'. ait niurkel at Irtegulir. during
In" tl.'t 1 ll ol thu duy. the July delivery
I'e.nt- lati'vr wei-k rfnd me defetred tutures
l.i.iei .inn. keveiMl leuvleia of the loci. I
li.j: tun lift- .;iyis of the future u?-l,v.-t,'
eaiiy in Uo sesision. while l.mg
m il.-i i e .1 nl . 'I lie
1..... ........... ..... .. . Hn to iiilrli. I
t-.iin in Ki"Faj Slid to the bullish
j a t i : ' 1 t r ti e weekly statistics, rne amount
f rro-idstiit r on passage decreased J.UiJ.tMl
)iMloi. tl." iHiMe uiii ly decieased l.suu.
of the Day on
Commodities.
"BW YORK, June ..- FI )UR-Rei elpts.
2 61'j bbl-.; exi c r . 15.. 10 bbla.; market qjl-1
;,ni ubv.it eicdu ; .i nne"ota paictil". fs.at)
a.in; w nter straight.". H.lta4.i6; Mnin--
t linke s, HO '04 .6; winter extra. I.'
'!!, ttinier suitrnt. 24 ifnif 4 70; wint'r low
xrades. J3.:0u3.i6. Hye flour
lair to good. .4.LIO i.:
l4.ictlfi.il. . ,, ,
i t RNAlKAIv Stca ly; fine while and
lnv, .S'!l.ti5; ica', tl.it: kin dried,
KYK Dull and easy; No 2 western, 8&c,
nominrfl, f. o. .. Btioat, New York.
HEAT Receipt:-, M.OCO hu.; export. i
NhW YORK. June .8 The slock market
i,Kliei'c lod.iv and the altiai sit drift
if pt Ices ic"vctite. nothing nmie sub-1
Hiartial liiau tiie tct opciatlun "I piuie
' sionale. I liete mas little to InJI' ate ar.y
"ottil'le change In f itrdamentai conditions.
Tin. piesent firm undertone of the market
evidently Is based on the convictions that
Iniptovement lie ahead ar.d poor knowing
j of present condition seem not to have
I much effect in ahaklnar thla opinion. While
ecuiltie are wltiilield from n.atkrt because
of till (.pinion. It due not timula,te rle
i msnd for new holdings, even with the near
! appmaclt of the semi-annual d'sutitsetn nts
; of probably $.ii.uuo.tf ' In New Yoik and
I with an unvleldy auiplus of hanking re
! serve In th New York banks, which keep
intiest rte at a level far below the rate
! of return on well scured share and bond
I Issues, there le no symptom of the season
I aide investment denidi.d in th New York
marNet.
There was a mall engagement for gold
for shipment to Germany today and Pail
I took practically ali oi me available supply
I of gold from the I.oikioii market. These
I two source of continued pressure Tor (jold
I represent th only doubtful factors hi tiic
I undeviatlng proapei t of ledundarcy in the
, world money market. London looks for
I a 2 per cent Bank of Knglami rale during
'July and there la no apparent interruption
of the Inflow of currency from the country
active circulation Into New York bank re
serve. '
Railroad earning report how no sign
of the prOrnled Improvement In business,
net esrning for May beir-g poorer than
those for April. Atchison returns made to
day Improve the May average thu far
soown. the gross decrease of 11,790,502 being
cut down In the net return to a $529,147
loss by the curtailment of operating costs.
, This demonstration of the Inefficiency of
economic to overtake the fall In earnings
of the railroads keepa nttentlon centered
I on the problems of wage readjustments. The
I Washington estimates of 8ko.(mi0,00O deficit
In the government revenue 'or the fiscal
, year ending tomorrow point to the nece.
1 slty of eorly withdrawal of government
j deposits from the national banks. Thla
i prospect receive small attention, however,
I in view of the bulk of the bank reserves
and the wide margin of unemployed funds
held by the banka. The crop news today
was plentiful, but was so far balanced in
It promise from different localities as to
neutralize It n a tock market factor.
Some of the demand which advanced prices
a the day progressed was attributed to
covering of short put out early laat week
Bonds were Irregular. Total aalee, par
value. 12,041.000. Cnted State bond were
unchanged on call.
Following were the range of price on
the Stock exchange today:
tales
tn h.p.fli HJ. .
On
yik. Central 4a . . ..
MrMos R R. .. :..
dft tli1 ... .
Hfiinn A Alhnr..
n.tn-i Jt- IMalne..
lin.-nn H.irt .
KM. hlwit r"t
N V . N II A H..
Cnion Py if'r
Am tce.
Am rr-ii Tue
Am r Sugar . .
r'H
Am T T
Arn Vv -t,n ....
d.. r-M
r,.min'. (1 I S
rrtnnti Kir ... II
Clevrl Elertrlr
(io rid
Vtai.it. I'.aa
t'n.tei Kru-t ....
InnM s. M
dn p'd
V. S. Steel
do srd
Advntur
Bid "Aalied.
Allouer
tnalRamated
aJ" ilantir
f Hira"a.n
:',.: (k 11 ,!..
.(1 I'en'nn'al
I3 Cr.pj FtariS .
v. Ial
. FranMtn
11.' liranl.v
Hft'j ll Rnvale ...
i'b.ni. pfd M Mh Vlnin .
M.rh'an
I".i Mnhasa.
1J4 Mem. C Jk C.
; l , iiid lnm.a:oa
.4 ! i ia
$. 'I'a'-ei
'uin-yv
i a, si.arnnn
a gll iivaa . k
iT'.nuv
"J I nit'-ii t erper
h: V. s Minin...
:. i t . . (HI
2,"', I tab
Virions
l'' ft inona
d i Waiimaa
.
r
(k'i
. ,f
. I
. I
;
I
. .,
. a.t
I4V
..
Jl
. al
1"
. i
. li
a4
. .le
i'S
. 41
a
. i".,
ISO
Killing; Ctttlt of All Kinds Slow an&
Lover.
HOGS SILL AT YAX S HIGH POINT
heep anal l.anabs In err Mndernt
nppl.4, While Demand la Light
nnal Prices Are Decldeally
Lantr,
a. isio.
g 8ner
5t Jnu'i
8 5"i
87
4,?
London Stork notation.
IINPON. J.iii 2S. American c.:r tie
opened du I n.l lower tod ty. Pennylvai
and Rending durina the early trading d--cllned
S -nd the rest of the lll tsnned
from 4 to belon Saturday New Yik
closing.
Iotoinn closing stocks'
Conaola. moser. .. 7 11-14 Vn . K Teaaa 1
do account Si IS-1 Nw York Central..
as No toll w
a-i'a do td
4 On'ar o A W
H pennajrlTanta
!-' Rand Mlnea
4 H Rasdln
avyouihTn Rjr
.1,4 dn pM
. ;oi ftouihem Pacific...
. 8..V4 I'nion Parllic
. do pfd
. iS V. t. Steel
. V4 do pfd
. ti Wabsah
. ll't do pfd
.U Ppannh 4a
101 Amal. Copper
steady at 24d per ounce.
per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for hort hills t 16-HV31H Pr cent; for
three month' bill. 1 S-Wfll per rent
AnaeniMa
Atrhiaon
do ptd .
Baltimore Ohio.,
canadan Parifir
rhaaprake V Oh.o
( hirato O, W
Chi . Mil. l. P
T Beers
panver A Itto O
do pfd
Erlo
do tat pfd
do 24 pfd.....
Grand Trunk
Illinois Central
l.ou' trill" A N
SILVER Bar.
MONEY HtYlM
..1M
.. llvi
.. ai
.. v4
.. 1V
..
.. IT
.. 17
.. 4
.. a
.. )4'
.. M
.. t
. .10S a
.. ii
.. 24
.. 17
'H
Sw York Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK, June Closing quotation
on mining stocks were:
Altro
Bn
l)runaai' k Con
Com. Tunnel ttoei.
Com. Tunnel bonda.
Coo. Cal. A Vs
Horn flllver
Iron Silver
. S
n
. -I
. ta
. 1
,. M
.tei
Loadvlll Cos.
Utile Chief ..
Mealcan
Ontario
Oplilr
Small Hopaa .
Siandard
Yallow Jacket
.. 4
.. 4
.. 41
..475
..!4i
.. 15
Hi
.. II
I arely stea iy;
ihulce to fancy.
lem.nd for .he Seplen,- , ' ?.' t " . h'.? .floS
2 nort' e.n Uuluth. i.m4. i- o. p.,
loni- No. : haid w nter. Il.0t4. r. o. D ,
Hilont. Ra'n pews t aused a higher wheal
i pen'ntt toduv. whicli wa followed by fle
et ne "nder t rof .t-t;;kit:g. Decided atimg h
.i. curred iaer on bulilah weekly and daily
statistic, a jump In corn and active
overlngs of that final prices were Sc net
higher; Jttlv. WrStojc, cloalng St ftio; Sep
tember, 92Vf9? -lc, cluing St 93Hc; De
c ember. 9l7n(o';4c, closing at e.
CORX-Kf' elpts, 10.J0) bu. t?pot market
flri.; N9. 2. 7Sc, nominal. In elevator and
"7t,c, nominal, f. o. h.. alloat. Option mar-
et was tri nger, w tn tne esi, closing
ii lnis d!. nJ the world snipnietus ror
, e we- x 4 ei c ah cut 3.0W.OM bushels les4
s-i r,i the corrrspoiiding week s yenr ,
I'eii'sinl necsme more genefal late I
i efRioii nUi caused a much;
i. ,ia-i le-linn in al) deliveries. Active;
n:a- iV f..r c:i wheat through the country j
v io t-n snii .,nail primary receipt helps
' lnp:se oetfisnd during the final hour.
.in r c!ord Itrm. ttepremoer openca
V ' i ei- at aA'alc. sold at . u.,mr rr niri,. r,-'july closed at TS'-; f"ep
4r-..-i,xteie ft.lvj.M.d JtoW. -The cJo., temPir , -,pe4 at
( M 1
b!t.
ll.
July aold between too and
1 at Ho. CTearancea or
t.'iir were eo,usl In l.M bush-,
u ceipts were S94.O0O bushels.
t,;li Srii.r"no bushels the anv
i- . i c ' . Minneapolis, Duluth and
P'-'t-ied receipts of 3 cars, ;
! lai.i laat week and 68V car a:
iiM.ket m Inclined to be weak '
.. i hv. because of selling based
t viiloiis sections of the corn
iiilmly In Illinois. The marker.
,, witli firlies at almost at the
;'-1 t, rnl r opi ned 'c lower at
7i
December, 4TT41?
.Id
ami then advanced to
i ! . , , a pus at tfi'8ic. July
r,,.i n ii i,7'.,'o;i. and closed bo. ixjcai
rn-,i',i wave :;) cuts, with miriy-iive ui
cntitiHct Ktade.
i .hr were av al the start owing to moro
fnoiHhle Tetlier conditions. During th."
hHlf of the day the market be r a mo
fu in In sympathy with wheat and corn
Scnteiiilver opened a shade lower at 3Vi
.1' nt'd W,3Sc; sold up to Wific. and
clo'real at .'.c. July ranged between 44'n
4.i,. nii.l . losed at 45c. lxcal receipt was
Ti? mi.
Prie in m were strong all dy. because
.f sciive deniand by local packer. The
cl.je wa film, with September pork up
r- ii ;n rj. lird and rlbe were each 6c
I !' tj.X end 9.50. reapectlvely.
rti"iiiie(l receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
gk'i .st: corn. S77 car; ot. IB ear;
If.. lVoO head.
I'll c lending fulurei rsnged ss follow:
Ai.l. U.! Open. I lllgh.l T,ow. I Clo.l Safy.
Ms, . loMmc at bVtc.
OA'I S - R. ceij ts, 2i.'00 bu. Spot market
steartv; mixed, :B t 3J lbs.. r4itu6c; natu
ral white. M to 31 Ihs.. y,v:: clipped
Willi, to W lb.. 6ft4rt,7c.
HAY DjII and weak; good to choice, (0
'Ke.
HIDH8 Him: B 'gota, 18c; Central Amr-
LEATHER Quiet; acid. 2Iigc.
I R iVlti lON" heef. steady; family. $!fi.5
'017..U; mess. : H.MVo 18. SO; beef hams, I27.0O&
:.; pcke . l:..'(il16.f0: city extra India
n ei. JS4.' fK?jSB.''. Cut meat, firm; pickled
belllx,
Amalgamated Copper .
Am. C. A r
Am. C. A P. pfd
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H- A L. pfd
Am. Ire aocurltlea
Americas Llnaeed
Am. Loromotlvs
Am. t-joeomnitye pfd ..
Am. M. A It
Am. S. A R. pfd
Am. Sugar Rafinlnf....
Am. Tooacro pfd
Americas Woolen
Anaconda MlBIOf Co...
Atchiaon
Atchleon pfd
Atlantic Coaat Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr....
Canadian Pacific
Central leather
Central Leathar pfd
Central of N. J
Chtaapeake A Ohio
Chliao Ot. W
C. M. A Bt. P
C, C. A St. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado A Southern...
Celo. A So. lat pfd :..
Cols. A So. td pfd
Consolidated Qaa
Cora Producta
Ktaarsra A Hudson...,
Denver A Rto Grande..
D. A R O. pfd
D'atillara' Securities ..
Crls
Erie lat pfd
r.rt I'd pfd
General Eleotrlc
Ot Northern pfd
(it Northern pfd etfs.
Illtnoia Central
Interborouitli Met
Interborouh Met. pfd.
International Paper ..
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump
Iowa Cantrsl
ts.7rul0.:0; pickled hams. JS.O'fi 11. &. i Sn""' 'li.r
Iard, strong; western, S9.30tJ.4; refined, i,;..,;,,,,.
Metlcan Central
Wli-'nt
.lul"
c-r.
m'i'i .
hid.
' ',-ivn
July
?fp;.
I 'I'O.
Mrty
'.Ijta-
a.l-.ilv
IiJiiH
H. pi.
Dec.
I'ork
. .llllv.
Seit .
h i.
I-ard
Julv
.t.
Oct.
'' Pf.1l.s-
.Inlv
.-'pi.
( K .
"'"ij"
ST','
,l
M I (PiSI ! 'oIs. ll'ms 13 Vic,
Hi'jiVtV,4fJ,.86"iiaJi
7, m I n
7VI 87" .
tlrirer; con. men;. V'.ib; Mojth America,
: Ili'.Ofi; icnnotinil, JS.'Mi. Pork, firm: family,
! 17.(X"ql.'0; -lint "lear, new, fllsOtft ig.U).
ni'1, new, tW.2SUl6.ff:
I TALLOW Quiet ; city (12 per package),
' 5S ; country tpaikjge freel. 6Vjt67io.
KICK Qjlet; domestic fair to extra, 349
HVi'; Jipnn, nominal.
HUTl'tH Weak; creamery ' specials,
Zlc; extra. i2V,c; third to firt. l!Zc,
state dairy, common finest. liij'&Vic; pro
cess common to special, HkSilVic; western
' factory, first. 19 V: western Imitation
creamery, first. KXSjac.
i CHEESE Weak ; new state, full cream
ery, special, VltfWc; new state, full cream-
ery, small, colored and white, fancy. llc;
i new state, full creamery, large, 1140; new
, late. full creamery, common. 83'U1c.
Enf!8 Firm; state. Pennsylvania and
I nearby aelected. ,white. I3iff?4c; state,. Penn
; svlNsnla and nearby seleoted, good to
I clinic. Jcfi-'c; brown, 17lc; second,
' WrltSV-
I'Ol'LTRY Dressed. week: western
spring chickens, VtdiOc; turkeys, 12917c;
6V
"v, "I'lltt1
7l
"''la," 9,s ''" '!
I
4tV 46'
44 I I44:
' 3H! 39',!
VI
14 ft
1
Ml TS I
l02Vi
1 I" ID lt
ll '. I 9
9 JTHI
4TV
I
STaj
67J
k s:vi
: r.
11 I
56l
44
41 I
.W'
14 ffTH1
14 ft
14 I
9 IS
30
9 87V
9 f7W,
I 50 I
;!
6
5S',
45 ( 44i4
vv,
35'' 3fS
I
14 70
II i
U 00
9 30
9
9 4l
I 60
I 14 7H
I UK
I
9 13
I S'l
' 9 3$
9
I 47V1
I S 5.1
No. t add. bNew.
cash (TJOia.lons were a follow:
FUH 'R-Htesrtv : winter patent. 14 &
4 ih- straight. Mlv.dS4.V: spring patents.
tl '.Vft-i.4: atralghts, K.MM.tsi; baker. V.t
. 9"
WHEtT-No. t spring Stitl.02; No. 2
led w.'-gfwv.
CORN -No. , 9.flroc; No. t yellow. 71H
ti7-.'i .
ATS- No. J. 50Vc; No. 8 white. 4!"6s:c.
h a,RLKY--Fir to choice melting. 97Jrr.
KIjX Vo. t northweatern, Sl.CS.
I'ROVISIOVS-Phort rib aides (loose).
T '.-till .V'v, ! pork, per bbl., I14.70&14 7
I aiti. " v li" lbs., $!.. Bhort clear sldei
li.ox'.'.i. t:J,h.M.
r'ollowiti were the lecelpta and shipment
tif riour and grain:
Hi. I.oala General Market.
ST. LOIMS. Mo.. June 29. WH E AT
Higher; track. No. t red caah, 91W2c; No.
t hard. VaT.03; July, 84Sc; September,
4Mi4c.
CORN Higher; track, No. I ch. 7Mf74c;
No. 3 white, 781J8lic; July, iO4c; September.
OATS Firm; track. No. 2 caah, 60c; No.
J white. SaCntSiSc; September, Wc.
Kl.oLR Dull; red winter patent, $4.40
0 45: extra fancy and atraight, 4.00T
4 lf: clear.. t3.4A jfS 70.
BRED nmothy.- steady, I8"6 5u; new.
UTS.
( "4 RN M E AI, SWeadv. ll 50
HHA N Weak ; sacked, east track, JncM
11 Oil.
HAY-lower; timothy. M ilOO; prai
rie. HA5t-il? S"
IRON t'OTTOV TIES tl 00.
BAOOlNtl 7'a-.
HEMP TWINE 7c
PHOVIPIONS I'otk tt",'v : lobbing.
115.10. Lar.i, higher: prime steam. 7S'n u
lry snli meats, steadv; extia shorts, ts.TV
clear ribs. S'n' CU nvvt clears.
R?i en ihoxedi. I iKh. r. extra shorts. tSfi,
clear rtbs. 9.f'j1 i;.ain.i-; clear. tSAIW.
I'(1 "LTH Y Quiet : chickens. ; spring.
1541 '."V : tnikevs. IHilH.-: d.tcks. 7c; gese. oc.
RfTTKR-Steadv; creamet v. IS 4
EGGS-I'm hned; 11 ',c, . je count.
Receipts. Shipment
Minn St. L
M . St. P A 9. 8. at
Mlaaourl Pacific
M . k. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
National Isd
Naw York Central
N. Y , 0. A W
Norfolk A W
North American
Northarn Pacific
Pacific Mall
PennaylTanls
People's Gas
P.. C. C. St. L
Preaaed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Sprin
Reading
Republla Steal
Republic Steel pfd
ftuk I aland Co
Rock Ialand Co. pfd
St. L. S. V. li pfd
St. Ixula 8. W
Bl U. 8. W. pfd
Slooa-Sheffleld A I
Southern Pacific
9o. Pacific pfd
8o. Railway
Bo. Hallmajr pfd
Teiineaaea copper
TMna A Pa 'lllc
T.. Hi. I.. W
T . Si. I.. A W. pfd
I nlon Pacific
I'nl'.n Pacific pfd
I . at. Rubber
I s. Kubner lat pfd
I . S Sirel
V. 9 Steal pfd
r lah ( opimr
Va. -Carolina Chsmi'-sl ...
V.-Catn. chem. pfd
Wa hash
Wahaali ptd . .
W'eatinihouae Eleotrte ...
Weatern I nmn
Wheelm I.. R
I Wlaeonin central
Total aalca lor me oa.
High. Low. Close.
HVi
Hi 14
17V,
7H
41V,
1004
74V,
Wuj
US
ut
4lt
an
S7
474
140 V,
tf
2
in
H
1M1V,
ISX'i
lit
"
i
41
124V,
157
s
!4
19H
14V,
1U
181
Sit,
12114
10i
II
10
u
M
14
14V,
11
14
3
1144
41V,
!7V4j
64a.
103 2
"4
4714
0V4
!!4aT
!5
:ai'a
v
:MI'4
. t
21., .0 en u
KM 14V, U
400 jtivi
'"in 'iri, 'ji
too I
3. 1'o 4S 4r,v,
101 V, 101
I4.0U0 7V, 75
10 lv, MV,
600 125
4'il M' lS
00 24 !3
1.400 424 41
. Ml IV, HH
Ji M S4H
100 17 ' 17
l.K tt M
1.100 41 4S4
7"0 IMS 1M"H
lMi 2iV, 24H
i.ioo' ii,'
4'M I5.V44 It,,',
lt.100 IS4V, IU
'"im 'jt" 'ii '
700 10s 0Vi
mi &v, MV4
tie 4 41
400 1I4V4 lit
' too 34 " 14 "
1,00) IIV4 1IT4
300 36 k 14
'. invi is
1.100 l'4 f.
1.400 119 117S
400 1V4 T
100 15 U
100 US 23 S
00 101 ioiv,
"106 'v" ri"
4ti 104V4 ion
tl'i tn 4IS
10 1 17V4 174
" M '64 'Mti
2.100 104 101'a
1.70) 40V, 3s
20 7 17 V,
30 i4 Uv,
U.4il 117 IW04
lot) 25 li
lfi :tiS
3-10 12 l.4t
Bank I'learlnar.
OMAHA, June 29.-Bank clearing for to
day were 11,715,999.71. and for the corre
sponding date last year, 12,128,319.
Knnan City Crnln and Provisions..
KANSAS CITY, Mo June 19. W HEAT
Unchanged: July, ttc; September, 8lHc;
December, 82Sc; t'aah, No. 2 hard. 9o4j41.u0;
No. i herd, lQ99c; No. 2 red, tb-bc; No.
3 red, 924fH6c.
CORN IVic lowet1 to lc higher; July, Sc;
September, M,c; December. i3e: caah. No,
2 mixed, 7Hc; No. 3 mixed, 72c, No. 2
white, 78c; No. 3 white, 77ViC
OATS ITjchanged; No. 2 white, 4960VrC;
No. 2 mixed, 4i(Tj'48c.
RYE-744f7c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, $9.0Ot9.5o;
choice prairie. t.(xVit.&0.
BITTER Steady; creamery, 21c; packing
stock, 16c
EGGS Unchanged to Vic higher; fresh ex
tras, 17c; current, receipts, 13Vic.
Receipts. Shipment.
Wheat, )tiu 47,000 29,01)
Corn, bu 27,000 1,(100
Qats, bu 15.000 2,000
Kansa City closing price:
SOfTH OMAHA. N'b, June
r.e -e pt weie C.ttl.e H
I'.tlmt Mondar .1 -Jv
me dsy lM week.... 2.-: I
Same clay - aveeks ku.. ;I.'V'2 1"..-
Snnie day 3 weeks so. . ;.. wl 045
.Same day 4 weeks ago.. .'.f4.1. 4.S92
Same day last ear 3'l t.loi
Tie foilowitig table slew the receipt 1
of Hill, hogs and sheep nt South Omaha
lor the veai to dste, 1 ompaied with last
ear 1"lt mu;. inc. Dec.
att.e 4T.7 .VB.(t4 1M69I;
Hull 1.41 HI I .tllnJ7 !.:.' :
Sheep 7.U9 IIl.lU -
Tiie fniloning t ablet how the vrs
prli e of Imgs al Houth Omaha for the last
pevetal da vs. with comparisons:
Date. I J ;i907.l.19..19lM.,lWl.19l2.
Jun 17...
June 11...
June 19 ..
Jun 10. ..
June 21...
June 22 ..
June 13...
.'una 24 ..
June :...
Jun 2...
June 27...
June
June 29...
6 67
6 4
M4:
5 7vx
I 954
I 91
5 17
5 51'.
5 tV,
911 I
5 97 f 99!
93;
I 1
6 91
f n
so
79
9 U
It 861
I 83
5 9.1. K
6 93: 9 B 79
5 92: 49 5 I
SOI 4 91 I 9
I 4 93 , 5 97
I 19j l 5 94 1
I 15 I TO , I 99
i 101 07, I
I 13 I 07 5 941
I lk I n I 79
I 901 I It IP!
5 It, 5 5o
I I 70
I 14 t KS,
5 M 44 90, I 111
1 :
7 H
1 43
7 12
7 43
79
7 59 I
7 i"i
7 SI
; si
7 55
(()
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
C0E1SULT US FREELY
The offl.eis of Ih KiiAt National PsoK of Umnlis wli
bp plea?d to hve oii tonsult thPni about linniiitsl mai
ler, and 9rp slsd to rive adilcp to thdr depositor 11 von
the hivuiiCMif cf ftintJ.
Your aci-otint snd JianVlnf Imsinrs will mrlif
pronivt attention, .mil c fee! roufidTit l!it j oil will !
pleased with ihf efficient service here afforded.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OMAHA
Thirteenth and Farnam Streets
Oldest and Largest Dank in Nebraska
6 97SI 5 921 I 47, 5 tt i 06 I 7i 7 05
Plinday. .
Th official number of car ef dock
brought In todsy by each road was:
Cattl. Hog. Sheep. H'r a.
C M. A St. P t
Wabash I
Missouri Pacific 4 ., ,, ..
Union Paolflc 19 10 I
C. & N. W., east 2 1
C. A N. W.. west 27 19
C. St. P., M. A 0 1 t
C, B. Q , east 29 2
C, B. A Q . west 39 34 1 2
C, R. I. A P., east 4
Chicago Ot. Western. 2 2
Total receipt U-9 - 71 12
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing th num
ber 01 head Indicated
:t 4 I 9ft M in o
tl Ill ... IH 14 t4 1 I 2'a
7u Hi 140 I I li.. HI 1W I01a
!0 1.7 . . I 15 77 ! TO I "Ii
41 IM M IH II n ... I Otv,
14 ia ... I 18 71 Ul 40 I ').',
'. XX II I M Tl IM t I oi'a
II 2 4 IM I M 7 1 . IM
as in in 1 is aj til jus I t
71 tit 110 I 17V, M 144 1W 141
ti mi ia) 1 rvt u a-H to 1 n
71 117 10 111 40 1st 1J0 I Ofi
77 III I7i4j 17 S77 ... IN
94 Ill M I 17 Va
Articles. I Open. High. I Law. Close.
Wheat- . I
July.... 91 9lTi ITh'S'S' S1j
Hept.... MlVi ' 904 to GVi 90H$H
Corn I
July.... 67 (T SA
Sept.... 8VtT:4 4'i M H.A
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, June 29. CORN Steady; No. 2
yellow, 71c; No. 1 yellow, 09c; No. 3, 6rc;
No. 4, 6340; no grade, KHQtehf.
OAT8 Steady; MV.i I white. aVsB; No.
t white. 4tl'r'(Mc r -
WH18KY-T.. - -
Tolede geed Market.
TOLEDO." June 29. SEED-Clover. Oc
tober, 17.4"; December, 17.40; March, $7.47; 1
slke, August, 7.50. .
Omaha Packing Co....
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour St Co
Swift A Co., Kansas City
Swift A Co., St. Jo
Vansar.t A Co
VV. i. Stephen
Hill it Son
F. P. Lewi....
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
1-ayton A Co
P. O. Inghram
Sullivan Bro
Lehmer Bro
Blackahlr
Bodden
Other buyer
Total
Cattle. Hog. 8hep.
245 741
tm l.teo
73 1,147
SSI 921
114
120
375
143
176
10
95
30
149
1
1
2
212
244
240
1,704 1,754
755
K7
200
2.948
Fln'ir. bbls.
Wheat bu.
Corn, bu
Oats, bu ...
1!.taki
Jo.'aa
Tf.iaai
tCa
7 (jno
3.IV4I
:.4 nial
;i no
lour. bbla.
Wheat, bu.
torn. bu...
I 'at, bit
Re. bu
Parley, bu.
Receipt. Shipments. I
.... 2.5a t20n !
.... fa W'i ;
. ...61." fm vdn j
....27l.( 311 3m I
3X ... ,
.... ll.ono l.i 1
1 in the Produce exchange today th butter
market was steadv; creameries, 19-'2c;
da rlrs. 1sir. Kgi;s. firm: at mark, cases
1. eluded, 14rl4e; firsts. 15c; prim flrt.
;;4.c. Cheese, steady; llSjltc '
t.larraeal Crala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Jun 29. -W HEAT Spot,
dull; Ne. 1 red western winter. 7s 4d; No.
1 California. 7 7d Futures, quiet; July.
7s Id. September, sslld. December, i lOd!
t'RN-eipot. firm; new Amerlcsa kiln
dried. :!, old Amerk-an mlasd, as 2d
ruture. firm; July UHd; Septmbr
9 llld.
. PKAS Canadlaa. ateadv, 710d.
rUH B-Winter rtnts, dull. 3 64.
Phlladrlpkla Prodaace Market.
Pill I. A IK L.1'1 1 1 A. June 29 Bl'TTKR
Steady: exit atestern ii-snierj, r5 1 ;
estra itearbv piiii's. JTc.
RfitiS-. 1'irm; Pennsylvania ami mher
nearby firsts, free rakes, 9c, at mark;
Pcnnsvlv ania and other nrarhv current ie.
elpia. In 1 '11 liable tases, 19c, at matk;
weitmti fresh, free case. 19c, at nta-k:
weetf-rn cuttent le.eipts, ltc. at rtatk
CHKKSK-Kirtn; New York full ir.-tms.
choice, U'tflV-; fair to good. lll,1?. .
17, IHV4 il";, 11:'.
7'0 11 !7S 17
4l I l.i
500 11 :f.4 :i
l.7".l t'i ilS 'S
1. 100 '.44 li 1
1fi
9 Va 31 Jl'i
l.loo ll Mi4 r.iH
:4 V ii'a i', 7
. 1W lll'i I
l'l 144, 1,14 17
41
m ana, sk'
UK) Jl'i u:v, 2:s
'
t(V 4S' 4S 4.(4,
11,400 !45?a I'.'S ':,
110 U t 2 a -'
14
im 91 9:' ts
I l li ; 1171, :ia
1 id" 1"J" li'l't loi's
t.uOl J4 Sta, .ISi,
SS.
n H'i'4 im . im
ti ;1 1. 11 'a
-'a
l.m .u', i.4 na,
i bt bi .,4
ro-i i1,
i:'"a
;,. anarea
Mleueaaolla Orala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June S9 WHEAT '
July. tl.l'O'a; September. 5S ; No. 1
1 hard. 11.094; No. I northern, tl OO'ttr
103V.
BRAN In bulk, miller, tit 00.
FI.O! R (Jllghtly higher; first patent.
t5"535.40; aecond patent. t5 1tJ5.3t;l
rir'i clears, 11 livt 11; (econa clear
13 5ttTt tO
laU hl llf ( Grata.
NEW YORK. Jun 29 The visible cup
ply of grain. Saturday. June 27. as rum
piled by th New York Produce ekenange.
ss as follows:
Wheat. 15 III. 900 bushels; decrease
' 1 HI 009 bushels. Corn, 1 159.004) bushele
'lticreae. 459 0i)) bunhels Oats. 1 71 "oft
uaheu; decrease, II.'.uOO bushels. K;.
Mllwaakee (irata Market.
j MILWAUKEE. June 29 WHEAT
firm; No. 1 northern, tl. 0961. 10; No. t
j northern II 07 4J 109, September, kjfe,
fktSc, asked.
BAKLt.lt Higher; No. Z, (lc; sample.
2rt6c
ORN Lower; No. I cash, tSfjttc; Sep
tember, ItSc bid.
Dalatk Urals Market.
DVLVTH. Minn. June 29 WHEAT
No. I northern. t10S: No. 2 northern,
HOftV,; July, 1.V4; Septemle, lic.
OATir 4 9u
Vrw 1 srk .Money Market.
NEW YORK. Jui.e :9 PRIME MER-I
CANTILM PAPER 3V rer cent. I
r.TKUI.lX E'M.VN(iE-8teady, with .
actual business 111 hankers' bills ut H.S'o
fur demand, and at t4.Co for sixty day
bil's. Commercial bills. Jl.o'a'frl laT.'a- 1
METALS Silver bar. i4c; Mexican dol- ,
lurt. 4hi'.
KONHS Government. iiad ; lallroad. j
iire.nur.
MuNKV-On ill. l'a'nl't per rem. ruling '
ra:e. i' per cent; oitereu ai 1 per cent.
'H ue loana. quiet ami Mend) ; sixty ilaya.
2 per tent; 111 net j ,1 a, :'t per vent; six
months. 31- ler rent.
Closing ovulations 011 bonds taeie n
Iowa:
V4 Naik Val c,a, . .
lOalnt. Mel 4', a
1'S . X. unl 4.. . .
u4Ma'i . a
2tV4le Crnirsl 4
UK e.to 'ai in.
.-" M A Ml I. 4s
1 M . K. A T la
97 iio la
M N K R ul M c 4
S. V. C 1, ...
X J c , s.
I' ' No Pai if ie 4a
as do la
" N. A W. r. 4a
7- o g L rfd 4a ..
1'v. i'eiin. 1 v 3'va 11,1. .
: do rol. 4a
Kad:n gen. 4a ..
R t nf Cuba 5a .
1 "f a i I. t I. J (
4 B4. L. A 9 P. fs as.
" 1. g. w. c. ... 41
-". 'Seaboard A U .
4S 8o Pacific 4a . .
la is 4a
14 Sn. Rallvar Is. . .
41 Teaaa A P. Is
4 T . St LAW
I slsn Pacific 4a
do cv. ia
I S. Steal 14 la
Wabash ia
Waatarn Md- 4a..
W. A L g 4 .
Wis Cestrsl 4a. .
Metal Market.
NEW YORK. June 29. METALS The
London tin market was unchanged to 2a td
lower. Spot quotations showed the lo of
136. while future were unchanged at KS
5. The local market waa weak at STi.OQ I
iji27.60. Copper was lower In London, with !
spot closing at M 6a. and futures at 37.
The local market waa weak and lower
also, although t la reported that aome
producer are refusing to make conces
sions. Lake Is quoted at tlx 2Vo1i-76:
electn lytic, tn.37Vu l- atlH, and casting at
tlln i:37V,. Lead waa 6a lower at 12 7s
6d In the Ixndon merket. Ixically the mar
ket waa easy and a shade lower at t4.46ff
4.50. Spelter declined 2a td at 18 10a In Lon
don. The local market wa weak and lower
at 4 4&M.60. Iron wa higher at 51 d for
Cleveland warrant In the Indnn markut.
j Irally the market waa unchanged. No. 1
northern foundry, t16.5.t17.ia: No. 2 north
em foundry tl6.7tVrr16.H: No. 1 si.nthern and
! No 1 southern aoft at tit fWfi 17.35.
PT. IjOIMS, June 29.-METAI A-TieHd,
. nominal: 24.40; spelter, nominal; 14 40.
KTaporateal Apple aaal Drleat Pralta.
NEW YORK. Jun 19. EVAPORATED
APPLES-Market quiet; prime stork l
gulng out ot atock very alowly and future-
are aulet. also with offering for Novcinb-"-
' shipment al t'c; fancy are iiuotril at IttJ
: liVr choice. S'teWc; prime, SVJlT'aC; common
to fair. SVttiaJVtc. i
DRIED KRl'ITS Prtines are unchanged. I
with quotations ranging from 3c to 1 lc j
for California and from tn 10,. for
I Oregon fruit. Apricot are dull. with !
' choice quoted St 10vTltic; extra. Ilajtll'ic: !
I fancy, lllihlc. Peaches continue quiet, with I
choice quoted at S'y&sV'; extra cho're. Og
I 9'ac: fancy, ImSjloV; extra fancy. IClygllr.
'Raisins are tunl.-rled on spot, with u i .
I muecatel quoted at t'avW'a'': rholre to
fancv seeded. B'j'fii'.sC. SeedleKS, Slitic; I.m- I
don layers. 1.25-a.. I
j (01 lata Market.
NEW ORLEANS. June 29. C TTON
Svt quiet and easy, with prices un
changed: middling. He; future c!o-ed
I June. 11. lik"; August. li).:s". 8pt inbcv.
D.Mc; Octuler, u .te; November, S.lOc; D;-,
I ceii lier. 9.1fir; Jsntiary. 9 17c.
! ST. LOI'IS, June il COTTON Xlai kt '
j dull: middling. Ilac; sales, none; rei-p.-.ts, !
73 hales; aali iitiien 1 . li hales; stork. IBO'iii
I bales. I
CATTLE Chicago and some other mar
ket polnta had very large recelpta ef cat
tle thla morning and although the run her
waa light, the total offerings of cattl at
the different market points made buyer
very bearish. Included among th local
receipts were quite a number of good west
ern In addition to the how1ng or cornfed.
Buyer of beef steers were late In getting
out Into the yard and very low about
taking hold. They eeemed to be Inclined to
go very cautiously until they knew more
about th outcome of the heavy receipt
al other selling polnta. Th result wa
an extremely alow and dull market, the
early morning being passed with vary little
business being done. In fact It was mid
day before anything like a clearance wa
effected. The prices paid In most case
looked 10c lower and In not a tew ease 10
tilde lower than laat week's clot. Among
th offering waa a bunch of very good
Wyoming steers that had been hayfed all
winter, but were turned on ' grass the
middle of April, which sold for beef at M16
What ha been aald regarding the steer
trad would apply equally well to cow
and helfera. They were generally lPc
lower at least and In lomi case poaaibly
more than that. Among the offerings were
some good western cows snd heifers.
Outside of one bunch of very good Wy
oming feeder the offerings of stock cattl.)
and feedera were quite limited, but plenty
large enough to supply the moderate de
mand. The Monfrelffe cattle sold to feeder
buyers at 15.00. The general feeder market
n'lKht be quoted as ateady with laat week's
clnse.
Quotation on cattle: Good lo choice
corn-fed steers. 726ff7.1: fair to good
oorn-fed steers, H.Ou 9 :.;: common to fair
corn-fed steers. t6.'''i" f": good to choice
eons and heifer. S4.lti4iU.ufi: fair to good
cow and heifer. t4.mV4.50: common tb
fair Cows and helfars. i.'.iv'a-4.5; good to
choice stacker and feeder. J4.6ti7t.'): fair
to good atockera srjd feedera. 13.752150;
common to fair stneker at;d feeders, $3.25
4J.1.76: stock heifer. M OO'S, 3 50.
Representative salea:
BKEr' STEERS.
BHEEP Receipts this morning were verv
moderate, only twelve eara being reported
In, As compared with the demand, how
ever, the recelpta were plenty large enough
and the market by reason of pour buying
support was extremely slow and dull, with
prices sround UVfitSc lower than laat week'
cloe. It will be remembered, however.
!that the market at thla point practically
cloaed on Thursday, there not bring enougn
neep or lambs on sale Friday or Saturday
to make a market. Wether that brought
$4 today told on Thunday of last week
at 4.35 and on Monday a week ago at
94.75. Clipped yearling lambs that brought
$4.60 today, sold at 56 on last Monday.
Three sales will give an Idea uf the extent
ot th decline.
Packer are still complaining ot th very
poor demand for dressed mutton at east
ern consuming points snd this seeems to
b the tru explanation of the poor de
mand for live aheep and lamb and the
consequent lower tendency of values.
Quotations on fed sheep snd lainlS: Oood
to choice tprlng lamba, ti.ta.ijj6.60; good to
choice shorn Ismls, i4.16fe.Ou; fair to good
horn lamb, t4.bo4.75; dock lamb, t3.60tf
4 90; good to choice shorn yearling. U iiif
4.50; fair, to goed shorn yearllnns, M.fM25;
good to choice shorn wether. tl.00dj426;
fair to good shorn wether. f4.5O04.Oi; good
to choice shorn ewes, t3 6ii4.00; fair to
good shorn ewe, t2.004jt.5O; cull snd
bucks. $2,0042.00.
Representative sales:
No.
971 western ewe
IS western ewe
50 weitern ewei, cull ....
547 western wethers
W7 Oregon yearlings
491 Oregon wether
( Idaho aprlng lambs ..
4 Idaho yearlings
GATE C11Y GETS THEM ALL
Omaha ii Paiiatfeway of Democratic
Selefationi to Denver.
MORE OF THOSE BIO TRAIHS
Av.
..lit
.. 92
..104
.. 94
99
71
75
Pr.
1 62V
4 00
2 50
4 00
4 50
4 00
6 50
6 00
I
fraisvar anal Molasses.
YORK. June Jll. "Sl'GA R Ra'V,
rg-
4a.
41
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do I'AUSOS ..
r. S. la re .
d covipos . .
V I 4a. re .
n.j .'nnfion.
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eo 11. 4a
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Chicago A A. a'a. .
C, . U s 4a
C. ft. I. A P. 4s
do col. so
da rfd 4a
CO'. A It U S 4a .
Polo liid ia
Colo Mid. 4a
Colo. A So 4a
rl A Hud r. 4a ...
u. A R. O. 4a
Erie s I. 4a
do ae. 4s.
Japan 4a
4u 4V,a
do Id serlas
Bid. Oifered.
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NEW
Meany: prime
PETROILI
-Colloiieil.
yellow. 47c.
ref inert. Nea
and Hill.iinie.
7
It
II
I
11
XI
.. 4AV,
. 15V,
.. MS
..
.104
a TJ'i
14
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.. sa4t
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.. 441
.. aiv
NEW
iiuiei: fair 1 ef in'ng. 3. ..: rcntt if ngal. ffl
its . i 'b : molaes-a sugar. .I.'iOi- R finei,
sifaily; N11. ti. 5.1v: No. 7. t 96c. No. 5. 4'Uc;
; No. ft. 4.S.V-; No. !;. 4.7.V: No. 11. 4.70v: No
: 1-. 4.H5 -: No. Vi. 4 i. No. 14. 4 in; ronfrt tinu
I rm A. Si r; mould A. 5.70c: tit leaf. .3c:
rushed, ii ! ; powdered, 5..VK ; gianulHted.
1 5 " ; 1 11 1 ii-. (''.oiH-.
Ait iL Att(-ES-Dull : Neacrleans. i. en kri
I tic. K'id to cholie. Ji'fji:.-.
4lls and Rosin.
YoRK. June 3. Oil
M-atiead.v ;
York. 1875: Philsdelplu
K..: in t.iiiK. 14 sr..
OIL CITY. Pa.. June :'9.-Ol LS 1 'milt
hilanre. tl.7: rans. 379 " bhls ; veiae
: 17.; bhls.: shipments . .Ii'a!.;! b;!.: avei-
1 llge. IHI.'lhli hills.
4 7ee larxrl.
j NEW YORK. June :'ft CijKPEE Ku-
ituies rlO.'.d Steady. Ill a nrt H'latl of
5'hIii piiints: subs neie repoi.e,! iK.;5ij
j tiata, ini Hilling Julv .-it W14 na.'
S .",: Heptember. 5 si'.ti'i.'aic; lfv.
Cnffee Sternly: No. 7 Riu. ti'al
I Sarins. Str; niil.l coffee quiet;
; vii:v-
! MarUet.
8T. LOI'IS June :'3-ViOI.-Kliiii; m.
niutn grades, eninhtiig anil rloihing, 1 ',-(
Sue; lUlit fin-. lii'Tlsi.c: heavy fine, Uol v
tub washed, ifi'le.
Na. Aa. I'r. No. A. Pr.
:i 17 4 Hi 1? KvJI 7 HI
ia nil t iv i; ii2 7 in
14 !Ht I &o al i, 7 IX
!l H7 4 71 11 17 T 71
14 1214 I In
COWS.
I tf4 I un 1 loan I M
7 IM I I" t t'S I li
t -" J 4ii i: la; I tu
I . !7i 3' 3 io
I l if 71 4 72-i 1 w,
I , I IH 1" 7 I If.
I M." s" ti c; Ki
1 7 1 Si L -,., !l i
II Kll It sr. .-. 3
I 77J Ita CI MS t 74
4 '.oil if. I tl 3 li
I SSI I 2. i i0!4 4 l
3 ai !' til, 4 '
17 ten 11. S 4. i
1 103 I .' 11 Ilia i 1
BL'UIjS.
1 .4W s "f. ; '4v 1 a
1 .o t : ii.o to
l ut t ss t 14.1 i j
1 I7i 3 . 4 ',-4. 1 -,k
1 a.-. i jto 4 in i
1 10H t i S ..!. 4 !t
i ei prats.
4 ., X ,' t r.4a 4 VI
2 tt" i tr. 4... jl I 7s
; a ; t : t no I lo
t t:t : m i m io.i
CALVE.
li IS" s 1 7i
i 11 1 fi.' 17 1.1 17".
4 17.7 4 u; li
I l 5 h
STOruCRS AND FKEDERP
I .".it S JR I I'O 9 )
I 'Vi s 'i , . . :.' j r,
: u i tu t r.
t tal ll 4.1 S 7.'
a i;s ii i'i i 7.i
l t .3J" a in i
I aw I s ti 7.4 i
II Sit M ' Ii 4 ai
1 71.". 5 in S4.-. r.o 4 J
l 7:k 5 4 Hi I ei
'.'4 K s ii
K l KTl.S'g.
WYO.MINti.
iroas fsrt Vi Senas II 10 4
7 steers. ...IK 5 75 T feeder.. 977 4
'1 feeders.. !! 4 lai ; en. Hji 4
n hi; IS .. 94S 4 lo lt toa 931 t
1 hull. IS."..' 4 (
S. lei.it gc.- i v inning.
U s'efis ..io i:
CHICAGO I.I YE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady te Lower Hog tHrons
t Higher Rheea Weak.
CHICAGO. June W.-CATTLE-Recelpts
estimated about 19.000 head; market steady.
HtorUc lower. Steer. t8.9vftiK.40; cow, t3.K&
5.76; helfera, 53. SOtf. 50; bulla, K.(KXq&.M;
cnlvea, 6.aVg 26; slockers snd leeders, J.t
no. 19.
HOOS Receipts estimated about SO.OOu
head; market strong to 15c higher; choice
neavy snipping, .4(i1 wk butchers, ii.4.fa
8.55; light mixed. 15H SO; choice light.
Jb.avij.4n; packing, lb 6o4.; pigs, It.Jofl
.85; bulk of sale, tS.lC9 40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt esU-
mated about 22,000 head; maiket weak;
Mi.eep, w 2..TI4 15, iambs, li.iMfti W; year
ling, 14.5005.00.
Decision ot Mr. Bryan t Star t Home
Attracts Crewda anal Diverts
eonae of the Travel
Thla War.
Mr. Rryan's sctlon In remsining at hit
home for the campaign Is diverting a greal
deal more than the ordinary amount ol
traffic to the Omaha gateway, naturally
the best route westward. In addition to 1
the long Hat of delegations to the Denvei
convention slready published by The Bee
others have beep .scheduled to past
through Omaha, the Oate City.
The Rryan league of Pennsylvania wll
be the early arrivals, reaching Omaha or.
the Rock Iland at ( a. m. July 4. Thli
delegation ha eight car on a apeclal tralr
and will remain at Lincoln until 1 p. m
Saturday to visit Mr. Bryan at his farm
The Maryland delegation,, with four iars
will pas through Omaha July 4 on lh4
Rock Island at 1:15 p. m.
Th Wet Virginia delegation, with sever
cars, will pass through Omaha on the Rod
Island July 4 at 11:30 p. m. A Tammany
hall speclsl on the Rock Island, with eight
csrs, will arrive In Omaha at W o'clock
Sunday morning and remain In Omaha
two and a half houra. The Indiana dele
gation, with six csrs, will arrive In Omaha,
on the Rock Island at 1:10 a. m. Sunday
and proceed to Lincoln, where a stop will
be msde. -
The Tom U Johnson special of Cleveland
with 9 oars snd 150 persons will psss
through Omaha on the Rock Island at 10
p. m. July 6.
The Great Western will bring the Min
nesota state delegation to Omaha Sunday
afternoon and the party will leave at 11:30
o'clock over the Rock Island.
The Iowa Bryarv volunteers with eight
rsrs will psss through Omsha Sunday
afternoon at 1:90 o'clock and stop two hours
at Lincoln.
The Burlington la arranging for a large
movement through Omaha. The . Jack-,
snnlan ipeclal will leave Omaha Saturdav
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock and will arrive In
Denver Sunday morning. The present oui
look for this speclsl Is seven tourist tr
snd one stsndard sleeper.
Among the large numler of car and
Kansa cttr Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, June 29 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 13.000 head. Including 4,000 outhern;
top, ts.OO; other wek to 15c lower; choice
export ana areea beer teer. K60690":
foil 4a mnA SA friAA RJ - , -- ax IVA
7.60; tocktr. and feeder. tf.OW.tkS; south-1 lrln from th t 18 or" "anda.rd sleeper
ern steers, IO.4OflT.0i; southern cows. t.'-iiV'i 1 from Gslesburg, 111., through Omaha Sun
4.00; native cow, tif VMA.W): native heifers
MOttrtOO; bull. $3 004.10: calve. 57l..icVa6.50.
HOfiS Receipts. ,C0 h'd; market 100 13c
higher; top, tn.lTH: bulk of ales, !.
4.16; heavy. tS.lOWH.lTH: parkera and butch
ers, tti.i43 18; light, o.90i.10; pigs. 4. Jftr
4.90.
BIIEBP AND LA MR9) Receipts, 4.'
head: msrket (Va.lOc lower: lambs. S4.6ib
4.00: ewes and yearlings. t:t.5n4i4.isi: Texas
yearling. t4.O044.75: Texas sneep, t.;.i"
3.76; atockera and feeders. t;.76fi-3 50.
t. I.oala l ive atovk Market.
ST. l.Ol'IS. June 29. i'ATVLK Re
ceipts. 5,600 head. Including ,;0u Texan.
Market, trog: native ahipplng snd export
steers. $9.05 B 7.90 ; dressed beef snd
butcher steer. $5.25 tjr 6. 1:5; (teera under
1.U00 pounds. $4.763 6.6u: stotkers and
feeders. $3.00tf5.OO; rows and heitera.
t3.u0445; canners. $ 1 .50 lb' :'.25; bulla.
t2. 4066. 00: calves, t.1 60 $ 6.50: 'i'exea ami
Indian steers. $3.00'd6.:5; cons and hell
ers, tl. 75 4. 25.
HOiiS ltereipt 7.000 head. .Market,
lw "5 15c higher: pigs and lights, t4.t5.fi
4.26; packets $6.40 itf 6. Si; butchers and
best heavy, $ 25ia .46.
I PHKKP AND LAMBS Rerelpta. 2.."0i
head. Market, steady; native muttons.
i3.26tt 6.UU: lainhs. $4.50 7.2ii ; culls and
hurks, .t tmaj x.oO.
Hark laa Klaht,
Rscelpt of live stock at
western market )eslerlav:
fattle.
day.
The Delaware delegation will pas
through Omsh Saturday with one stan
dard sleeper.
The Alabama and Florida delegation will
arrive In Omaha Saturday morning at 9.3'i
o'clock and will icjualn In Uncoln until
afternoon.
The Jefferson club of St. Iouls with
eight rats will arrive In Omaha July 11
over the Burlington and will use the Rock
Island lo Denver. The Cook County demoi -racy
special train will pass throng Pacific.
Jututlon July 5. The Kings County democ
racy with aeven cars will pa.as ilirougu
Pacific Junction on the Burlington on the
af let noon of July 5.
The Minneapolis special will arrive In
Omaha st p: m.' July and go west ovet
ihe Burlington.
LOBECK GETTING COLD FEET
He MAy ot Han fur t.oternor and
" IJehlnaaa Msal Seat the Hlg
Hose Klrsl.
I
Hie principal! "Uutunur'
South fimaha.
Pious City ....
Kaima-t City
Pt. Louis
Chicago
Total
. ,a
jlai
.12.0UH
. 5 J un
.JK.tajo
. I0.2OJ
lli'SS.
J.faai
2.eiai
t.Oilii
7Kai
rn oii
Sheen.
3.ta.
'4. 'ijn I
2.00"
22.lK.a .
:il.5i ,
He may
Also lc-
1 allioa.t
SHELDON A VICE PRESIDENT
(isirrsitr Agrees lo Aa-I srlth I oiiress
laa Kaa-k Oat Tskereu-loots.
I.uhrtk.ls wavering.
rol be a candidate for governor.
ina.v not even be a candidal lor
ontiiitsloner.
T. e rompiroller Is home 1,0.11 Kanas
but l.e says he did not see Governor John
sun of Minnesota, who was also there and
did nul talk politic, except l0 buoal the
and ilary of David. . Francis for thf.
democratlr vice preaUlenl tMUiilnation. -Mr
speaaa at fpslding on in.
ana rrom thrre goea t. j,rnv,
convent ion.
"I will
rer
Fourt h
and th
not
I I-: .M. Wet, met - Wj
X heifer.. .l!2i & l'
N KBli.VS K A.
19 corns lei? 3 ho
I lO'iP-Hr.g opened fitly
, mortrng ami ih Made waa
1 ' i ue a.nani .. 1 ue oeiiiann p'-oving goiin. j atJcj
1 llir Hill nri 111 llir.i l.llllfl I r.P milllg
, and c!nri in exircine rase poasiDlv'lOn
l'.r Ingl er. Kverythlng was sold , I! W.ttd
Uovniur Sl.eliluii lias vniaciiifil to eel aa
on of the vice president a of the liuer-
national Congress of Tuberculosis wliirli
I w lil be ne.l in Washington, under liie ails
I pices of the National Association for the
i Study ami Prevention of T jlt Culosis,
j from September 21 to October 12.
j T)m ringniu-ii; for, Ncbrak's pi't
tlcipation in the contin-n and in the ex
hibition to be lu-I'l in connection avltii n
late In the hatuls of committer cf wnich
' I'r. A. 3. Von Maiiffclil. of Axhland i
, chairrrian. Ir. (.'harlea O. (ilesse 1 f Hol
'lidg is tiesettrer and Siephen P. Morris.
; juL leaving Oruaha. is secretary. 01 her j
'numbers of the cuiniiilt t f Sfe Or. II
I'K- higher thie'Jens'" r Weepnnr wster. lr. . t . Mll-
f a 1 1 1 v srtjre I roy of Oniai'.i. Ir. K. J. C Sward i f Oa-
Dr. B. ll. Tow ne of on-iSliK, Mrs.
Draper Smith of iina,a and IM-. Ilcmy
of Lincoln.
say anvthina 111, 111 r.- ,i,
1111 not annoum e my
ai'iary until then. If 1 j,0 '
more or less emphasis on
-If."
can-
said, he. layini;
Hie Utile won!
date when h
you vail ami
IS, 1 saw lit the leaner 1 1 . u 1 ' 1 ... 1. 1-
...... j'niiiinii
says he w.ll announce lilinji.ir ......41
leturna froin Denver, hut
ne lias ll.it . r
ejitfii Kryan and
bnger. That
know."
H cither Kiaii.-is or Johnson is
llSlert inr . .
jiivi piace ivon.tk will rnms,
state for him.
miy
Re i e
Hiak a
ron -
and Shallen
difference, yn
I lie
A'lU'l-l.
6e. Kpn
; No. 4 i
Cot d.iva.
igiied nil ii (.mil season in lie inc. mill
agMnivV'L'VaVu BOAT GETS NO HELP
li.ila.v s wduore niiikes aiio.l er l.isli '
Ki'H'i tm ii, is .rsr. ma general market ' ail I aiarL I lller . .l a
"''" " ; Wire to U'asblaatoaa
Belief.
t COURT STOPS CUTTING WIRES
Jattae T. I . Monger ls.ira 'temporary
lajnna-tlon I'rrventls if1 ioa
by the 4 lit.
Ju.lue T. C.
toilav being a
K'-'li ".
I!(ii csenliitl
for
e sales:
Treaaarr Btatemeat.
WASHINGTON. Jun 29 Today' state,
ment of the treaaury balances 111 the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the t!5'i oOa noil
gold reserve, shows: Avsilabl cash bl-
Flala Batter Market.
EL4.1N, III.. June . BI T TKR-Butter
waa firm today at J3c. Output for the wtek,
l.uSl.tia) pounds.
a Clr Live Stoek Market.
8IOVX CITY. Ia.. June . -(Special Tele
gram! CATTLE Receipt a. 500 head, mar
ket steady: lieeve. $ 007 85; cow and
heifer. 54 504)4 76: feeder, $4 00435 09; calve
and yearl'nxa. 13.7504 75.
HOOS-Keielt't. I.5-0 head: market le
15r higher: range of price, $5. aV$tj.lv; bulk
i .f (sltr. $0 9 ''ft u4
'Si 4. il I.. v. Al f,, r,
4.' ..... il I' I " 7? ... 3:4 lcl h
4 IM . . i 4: 24 3.'u I : ,
j 74 1. a i 5 l-i, lit rl , ( ;.,
1 I.: !' IM :. !(' as i 7v,
, a. nil. U :! t; i ; ,
-,: l i I . ;i to j ;.,
I 4 . t i 7. si t ;v,
1 74 izt m IM II 11 14.1 I . ,
1 ai aa .. it n i j,., ( ii,
... 4 . :l I 4i I 17'.
U 11 PI I Ij fi Hi Iiv.
14 Ill tW II. I'- ?' to 1(7 .
1 lot ... i so in t.i an 1 i:l
71 tl' 44 I l". It :1 , , ;.,
74 I I ... 5 S6 ll Jit 44 40
U !"S 1 t si 71 tat lo 14)
14 14 ... I SI it 141 Mia
4 ' 40 I aa it i;i ... a
al ltd in la 7i m is in
4 tt aa 1 m at hi .. 1
' it ti l is tai '.a 4 a
71 ! M IK M IT si I US
71 .e ... I 14 41 971 ... la
1 ti :it ia t m ' ua ... 1 m
Tr.e dieilgitig
1 bell Dreiliiin
lll'te ,
,:npat'.v
f the P.
Ih .
enter
!iitd-i'anii.
1 ml.- 1'irked
"f lie Mis-
I on the as 11,1 bar in H.
j souri riv. r I'll ni! ah ivc f'I'.ienie. The
I dredging romiii y Las .:.! ij Wa.lting.
ton for luiief. it sutlifr.ly fru ii H e snag
b ai. Pheis.jn, tn go to their asisi,inre,
but have iere,l no answer at .vet. l i.hsa
help la speedily given tiie haigr, n t, , ,r
a total loss ailli the heavy dredilng (na.
ehlnery on It The Intention in t.j anr lim
ine ears ai umana tor th seaon 1.,
wtiii wors migni oe round for It In tu
vicinity. It has Just completed some heavy I
dredging work sbove Sioux City, from i
Whlcb point It left for Omaha last wk.
Aiina.v grmiied a leino- rr-,
trstra'nlng older in il.e tnf.ei- of Hi.
Onia.ia Kk.ui,. .;Khl U1, ...,.,. ,01,, pan,
a8iiisi tin i.v r omul. a ..il a 1.1. i..h i
MirliaiM,.,, ihiHilin nu.l . i,iman.iing th
e.Viidaiita " to ' desin mid ;rfi ln ' i.rii I
ti e turthrr 111 dn- ef ce ,1 1 fi ,m , mi ,,;K
leii-aving or flliei-wtst. s .er.ng; ji, nil.-
'- '"S f::.ll.ll.i4 l.l llM,.f ,
Ui arn 1. mini. 1 aviti, t,,. ,i ,..ei 1 v iif lh
KI' tin I (,,! a nl 'p..m. 1 ..ni .tiy.
T-i' i"t i.iii cf 1.,, KI rti c Llsi.l ami
l" at; rim pn hf il tijist 1 he prOB.'Std a .
1. "ii if the i-y or Otuala j:i. l-.lecti k un
.Mb lie rc'i niiil ..',i n r pi.iai, r iii.iii
i-l d , j pun 1 he K t l . .. l.isl l ami V.. vv 1
"irpiii, u'il,..3 iu- ! t :iiU nts vt.,, i.--s:ia:iird.
,
The lirailng oil tlie appkii al f..i a i-i -
1 manent lirum ll. 11 : .t f.,i t 11 a. Vti. ....
ten. her '. '
Li ill 'menv hl'r tbe..'tl y's hands ar
t ed until tli final hearing uf the caae In
eplenibr. . ,