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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Local Market Opeend Steady to Strong
y on Higher Cablei.
ACTIVE TEASE ON CASH MAEtflT
lnpmtfd Draiand for All Grades of
Roth Small an 4 I. arse Cereals
Feature of the Day's
OMAHA. July 1. !W.
O.ai. i.atkets opened steady to strong
ai.u nn nlgner eaole and soma Improved
den-iami Irrought oul support Irom leading
Value took a strong spurt upwaid,
showing a very material gain and tiuwJ
shorts to cover freely. Trading was
active on the caah market with a much
Improved demand for all grade of both
mall and largo cereal. '
Wheat opened stesdy with offering
light, but on the early advance me', some
heavy aelling, which Bent value aom;
under opening prices.
With higher cables and lomi Improved
acceptance from heavy buyer, the mar
ket advanced and showed a good gain.
July wheat opened at 3lc and cloed at
iome long corn wn put out early In the
srsunn, but all offerings were quickly ab
..rhed and with a strong cash market and
better demand spirited bidding brought a
good advance, and closing values snowed a
scod gain. July corn opened at 6;c ana
Closed at 6SSc.
Primary wneat receipt were 29.0l'O busli
cia and shipment were 314.0ts bushels,
against receipt last year of pone and ship
nierita none on account of holiday In both
t orn receipt were 537.000 bushels and
alilpti.ei.ts Here S42,OtiO bushel, against tc
reipt last year of none and ahlpments of
none, on account of holidays.
Clearances were lfi.Oio bushels of corn.
430 bmhel of oats, and wheat and flour
oual to 272.000 bushels
Liverpool cloed Sljlkid higher on wheat
nnd 4tjld higher on corn.
8ea4.oa.rd reported 362,000 bushel of wheat
taken for eiport.
Local range or option:
Ajrtlcle ! Open. Hlh. Low. Clo.! Tes y.
July... 83H M 1 K I M'
Sept... Wi 81 , SOH kl S-W
July... 7i T1 7 fiS .
Hjpt... 6S 6H' H M1
m4 I wv, rwv.
May... MVi 3H 34
Oaaafca laik Prleoa.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, l9Sc; No. S hard.
MStil!c; No. t hard, &ia9)c; No. i spring.
CORN No. S. 68c; No. 4. 6Hi?74c; N).
3 yellow, SHWl4c: No. i white. iJuUHc.
OAT8 No. 3 mixed, VK4c; No. 3
wnlte, 47Vti474iC : No. 4 while. 47c.
RYE No. 2, nsQc; No. 3, 70Q71C
Wheat. Cci. Oat
Chicago g 67 2
Omaha 4 15 11
CHICAGO GRAIN AMU FROVISIOMS
l-'ratarea of the Trading; and (losing
Prloee on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 1. Higher cables and wet
weather In the southwest caused strength
today in the local wheat market, the Sep
tember delivery closing at a net gain of
lVc. Cortj was up VmiP. Oats were lc
higher and provisions 2tii(c to 7jc lower.
The wheat market was strong almost all
day, owing to an excellent demand for the
September delivery. There was scattered
veiling of the July option by local lorxs at
the start and this caused Blight recessions
In prices, but the market soon recovered
from this setback and continued strong the
remainder of tne easlon. An advance at
Liverpool and ahowers In Kansas ail Ne
braska were the chief bullish Ir.fluenies. De
liveries on July contracts, which totaled
l.Ouo.iMt bushels, were less than had been
generally anticipated and thi helped to
strengthen the market. The close Was
strong. September opened higher at
StvV aold off to fSVlttic and then, advanced
to 7V- T'ia close was at 87Hc Clear
ance of wheat and flour were equal to
J. 2. out bu. Primary receipt were SS9.AU0 bu..
compared with 663.0O0 bu. the corresponding
dv last vear. Minneapolis. Duluth and
Chicago reported receipt of 107 cars, against
1 iat week and a year ago.
Th rr.in market waa Inclined to he weak
early In the day because of the favorable
weather for the new crop, but toward the
rnd of the first hour sentiment became bull
ish and throughout the remainder of the
. day the market waa firm. The delivery of
'I'W.cnrt bu. of corn on July contracts had
little effect on the market, as me amount
was about what had been expected. The
market closed firm. September opened Va
Sc lower to a shade higher .at 7o'd'(Hc.
advanced to 71Hc and closed at 70c. Local
receipt were 167 car with nine of contract
Oata were strong all day. Crop damage
report helped to strengthen the market.
September opened c higher at S&Sc ad
vanced to tc and closed at SliSc. Local re
celpta were- 136 car.
Provision were easy because of a Bo
decline In the price of live hog. At the
close September pork was down ;:v,c at
14.V Lard waa off 74c at 39.27W. nd
ribs wera 2V4c lower at $8.43.
estimated receipt for tomorrow: A heat,
S car; corn, 11 car; oat. Ill car; hogs,
The leading futurei ranged a follow:
Article ! Open. I Illgh.l Low. Close.l Ye y.
a Jul -
1 e .
July S pt.
6i&a.l, 8.V N6-
6 S 5.TS .0
14 58 i
14 66 I 14 60 I 14 62H
14 824, 14 87S 14 90
14 14 9-HI 14 97Vi
9 15 I
9 36 I
8 -16 I
8 60 1
S 4. I
8 50 I
No. t aOld. bNw.
Cash quotation were as follow:
V LOCK Firm; winter ralenu, 34.20.5f
4 4J: straights, ti .feMH.lO; spring patents.
I4.ii4.i0. straight. UfJ; baker. $2.90
H EAT No. I prlng. 86cfill.06; No. 3
corn-no. 2. 704ti71c; No. i yellow. 73
OATS No. 2. 60c; No. 2 white. 63c; No.
3 white, 6.u:,24e.
PARLEY Fair to choice malting. 57r2c.
SKKD.- FUJI, No. 1 nurthwestern, 11.21V
1 r me timothy, 34 00.
PROVISIONS-Khort rib aide (loosel.
4i4o8374. Meat pork, per bbl., 3M.ii:4'(f
11.7J. Lard, per lf It.., $9.15. Short clear
ll'es 1 boxed 1. 38 &.Kiili.75.
Following were the lecelpt and (hlprnenta
cf flour and grain:
Flour, bbl JS.Son 21.2O0
heat, bu ll.ona 97.SOJ
orn. bu 4l3,ai 42i9is
at, tu 2D.'Ai 279 1)
It . bu l.otO l.idO
Larley, bu 32.9V lOOoO
on the Produce exchange today the butter
market easy; creameries, lwti.Jc;
al:l , 17g21c. Egg, firm, at mark, ia,
ocludrd. 14144c; tints. 16'c; priuio fir,i
174c. Cheeae, eaay; llijyll4c.
St. Loala General Market.
ST. IAM'IS, July l-WH BAT Higher;
track. No. 3 red. cash. S0c; No I hard. 9bco
3I "S. July. 54o; September, 854ff,,c.
CORN Higher; track, No. 2. cash, 75c;
No. 2 white, 79T94c; July, 7240; September.
OATS Higher: track. No 2. caih. 51c; No.
1 white, 64c: September. $"c.
FLOCK lvll; red winter patent. 34 T
4(6; extra fancy and atraight, 34.0iii.2,
clears. S3 4t)3.70.
SEED Timothy, ateady; S3 tS SO; new.
"ORNMEAL8teady; S3 60.
BR AN Unchanged, sacked, east track,
HAY Timothy, steady; JlO'fy.'.OO; p airie,
lower. tlusrll 60.
IRON COTTON TIES-tlOO.
R AtKHNtl Tc.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; Jobbing.
!S 10. Ird. lower: prime steady; S 7"in .
Ory salt meats. hl-lwr; boxed tu a short.
! T4. dear rltm, $ 75; slmrt clour. mi
pRcn. Iiterlier: b.'X' d pttii eh'.rt, I'.v'j.
)r rlt.n. I'MIH: short clears, 1 '
pttl'LTRY Weak: chlf-ken. fc: aprlnga,
, 1 i i - . turkova, lMil.V; dorks, ,c; o,.e, oc
I I 'TTKH-i'li'.l, creamery. I! j;ic.
I h itf Steady ; 1.1V. case count.
I FLmr. liMs on 11 .'
I Wheat, hu 1S.-to 17. On"
Corn, hu 37 on Kr)")
I Oats, bu 34.' 45.0i.rt
WEtTHER I TIIR GRAl BELT
Showers and Warmer Probably for
Taarsday I the Oatlook.
OMAHA. July 1. lit.
Increased clo'.idlnesa is shown throughout
the central valley and west, and rain
are falling this morning in Nebraska
South Dakota and Wyoming. Showers oc
curred since the preceding report In the
upper Mississippi valley and lake reglo-i.
No Important change In temperature ha
occurred In inv section Within ' the last
twenty-four hour, but a rising tendency I
Is shown throughout the went, and It will
be slightly warmer In this vicinity Thurs
day, with probably shower tonight and
Oni.iha record of temperature and preclpl.
a'lon rorrprd with trie correp rid rg day
of ill's last tiree ytars:
l"'g. 1J07. 19. 1WS.
Mlrlmum temperature.... 01 M t"A 62
Precipitation 00 .W .S'l .01
Normsl temperature for today, 75 degrees.
Excess in precipitation since March 1.
3 12 Inches.
Ii f clency
correpondtng period In 1907.
corresponding period In 19 ft,
L. A. WK.I.HH.
Cora aad Wneat Regtoa Balletla.
For the twenty-four hour ending at S
a. rr., 75th meridian time, Wednesday, July
Statinrs. Max. Min. fall.
Ashland. N'eb 19 M .07
Auburn. Neb M 69 .oo
It. 1 1 udy
( lou ly
I nhimhus. Neh
Culhertson, Neb.. "2
f 4 .00
Falrh-.iry. Neb.... M
Fairmont. Neh. .. SI
tir. Isiund, Neh... 0
tlartingion, Neb.. S4
Holdtere, Net . .
Cla lmia, la ...
Sioux City, la.
Minimum temperature for
period ending at 3 a. m.
Chicago, 111 25
Columnu, 0 17
Drs Moines, la 13
Indianapolis, Ind.. 12
Kansas City, Mo.. 2"
Lou avllle, Ky 19
Minn, apolis, Minn. TO
Max. Mln. Inches.
76 f4 .10
' M .0
82 ; .01
84 b2 ..ti
82 0 .01
',0 46 .tm
78 64 .0 I
84 W T I
( malm, Neb 8
fct. 1ouis, Mo U
The weather continues cool throughoui
the corn and wheat region. Shower oc
curred in all except the Columbus and In
(iluiiBiolls Ulstilcta within the last twenty
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
EW YORK G EXE HAL MARKET
(notations of the Day on Various
NEW YORK, July 1 FLOl'R Receipt.
13,iRiO bbl. ; exports. 10,'iOu bbls. Market
firmer and fairly steady; Minnesota patents,
16 .ayuo.ai); winter straights, 4.1tii4.:a; Min
nesota bakers, f4.tsir4.26; winter extras, t.1.40
,ii3:5; winter patents. I4.36S4.70; winter low
grades, I3.3ui3.a6. Kye flour. dull;
lair to good, 4.if0l.(jc; choice to fancy,
COHN.MF.AL Dull; fine white and yel
low, 1.6oul.6o; coa se, 31.66; k in dried,
KE Dull; No. 2 western. Sic, nominal,
f. o. b., afloat. New York.
WHEAT Receipts, 32,t00 bu. ; exports. 95.
7oo bu. Spot market firm. No. 2 red, 9;'dc
elevator, and 9810 f. o. b., afloat; No. 1
northern, Duluth, 31 15't f. o. b., afloat;
No. 2 hard winter, SLu f. o. b., afloat.
As the result of a bullish private crop esti
mate wheat was more active and decidedly
higher today, commission houses and Bhorts
being laige buyers, Influenced also by
strong cables and light weslern receipts.
Final prices showed l'(r(lc net rise. July,
.".S0. 5-lc, closed 97c; September, 93 V4
94 1-lrtc, closed 94 December, 95S'035:Sic,
CORN Receipts. 25.800 bu.; exports. 1.200
bu. Spot market firm. No. 2, 79c. nominal,
elevator, and 78Vo, nominal, f. o. b., afloat.
Option market was stronger on a reduced
crop estimate, light receipts and active cov
ering of shorts, but eased off later and
closed without a net change. July closed
79Sc; September. 78Htt"8C closed "8Vc;
December closed 70c.
. ATS Receipts. 235,700 bu. Spot market
steady. Mixed. ;'tft:i2 lbs., M'udoc; natural
white, 2b'u31 lbs., 57V4?i69c; cilpptd white,
32(i40 lbs., 5flit;7c.
HAY Loss active; good to choice, 80
ItlDFB Firm; Bsgotg, 18c; Central Amar-
LEATHER Quiet; ncld. 21&2Se.
I'KOVISIONS Heef, firm; family. Ilfi.75
fiW..; mess. JM.OO'a 15.50; beef ham. J27.00-3
19 00; packet. S15.t(ci 16.00; city extra India
mess, $.'4 i)25.oo. Cut meats. B'.eady; pickled
bellies, 38.75'(il0.iO; pickled hams, J9.00g 11.60.
Ijird. steady; western, 39 4tKu9.50; refined,
firmer; continent, $9.75; South America,
ll(K2ii; compound, 38.0SV Pork, firm; family.
17.(viii8.(io; short clear, new, 14.76CalS.t)0;
ni"S, new. IKi.26-qK.6o.
TALLOW Steady; city (32 per package),
6S J country (packages free), 5Hi6,aO.
HICE Qjlet; domestic fair to extra, 3149
64'; Japan, nominal.
Hl'TTKK Firm; creamery specials, 22ic;
CHEESE Easy; new state, full cream,
specials. 111i12c; small, colored or white,
fancy to common, HSiflOc.
EUtlS 8teady ; state, Pennsylvania anr
nearby selected, white, 23.324c; state, Penn
sylvania and nearby selected. goxd to
choice, 20'flv22c; brown, I7Jjl8e; seconds,
roi'LTRT Alive, dull; spring chickens,
20c; fowls. 12c; turkeys, 3c. Dressed, ir
regular; western spring chicken, 15322c
turkey, UHc; fowls, 12fl3c.
Kansas CHy Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, July l.-WHKAT Un
changed; July, 4e; Sejaember, 84c; De
ceiiilHr. 8Sc; cahh. No. 3 hard, 9&4Ii99c;
No. 3, hard. KS-'awe; No. i red, 96t;Wc; No.
3 red. pariffe'.
CX.iRN Unchanged : July. S;c; Septem
ber, tWic; Lecembir, 644c; cash, No. 2
mixed. 7l'4e: No. 3 mixed, 72c; No. i
white. 7Hy'7S4c; No. 3 white, 77Vl78c.
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 white, 4&a50VaC;
No. 2 mixed. 47i)4c.
RRAN 8i'Ji87c; shorts. 90g9Jc.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, 39 00(59.5
choice prairie. t9iu9.26.
HUTTEK Steady; creamery, 21c; pack
lng stock. 16c.
IXiGS Firm; fresh extras, 17c; current
Wheat, bu 78 000
Corn, bu 20.O.1O
Oats hu 18.000
Kansas City closing prices:
Article. I Open. I High. Low. Close.
Wheat- I I I
July...! SliisiV 82 81' fL'S
Sept... I NV 82
Corn- I I I
July... I t4! K 6S
Sept... I 66i WS 66! 664 oH
.t.lverpool ftrala Market.
LIVrRIOOL. July 1 -WH EAT-Spot.
easv: No. t red western, winter. 7 3d; No.
1 California. 7 4d: future, firm; July, 7
2d- September. h HSd
WHEAT December; 8s lid.
CORN Spot, firm; new American 'kiln
dried. 6a 24d; old American mixed. 6a 2d;
fut.ires, steady; July. 6s 4Vd, September,
FLOUR Winter patents, quiet. J9s.
HOPS In London Pacific coast, firm;
1 liu2 10s.
M In aea polls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July I WHEAT Julv,
llc; September 91'c; No. 1 hard. 31.t':
No. 1 northern. 3107; No. 3 nothern, II. CI'
FLOCR Market IP.- higher: first patents.
3-"' 3"i6 .J.V second patents, 3f..Sj6 35: first
clears. 311604 23; second clears, eijefrj A
MlUsakre Urala Market.
MILWAUKEE. July l.-WHEAT Msr
ket higher; No. 1 northern. 311111.12, No.
3 northern. (l'.Wul.lo; September, 87'4c
HA RLEY Higher : No. Z. t&c. sample.
CORN-Hlgher: No. 3 cash, 70571c; Sep
tember, l'jc asked.
Dalata Urala Market.
IHT.I TH. Julv 1 Close: Wheat. No
roithern. 31 ; No S northern, tl-ts4
II "C; Sep 1. in be r, 914c.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND60NDS
Fiscal Year Opens 'with Market in
Condition of Profound Apathy.
VOLUME OF SALES IS SMALL
"applies of Money Hednndan and
Tall Rate la low Despite Large
Requirement of Traat
NEW TORK4 Julv l.-The new fiscal year
opened In the financial district In a con
d.tlm of profound apathy so far as as
refb-i'ted In fie recurlties msrket. Hanker
end trust ctmranles had some occupation
In the paying of Interest on bonds, and
mere e.M oinfr seas.m.ihle rnoney ohli(ta
tion to he met. Including r.svment of a
3l1.6.R.niiO installment of subscriptions for
new Northern Pacific stock. Trust com
panies are compelled under the law to fix
their reserve todat at 10 per cent of de
posits and the condition of reserve of
tiiose lompanies. shown by their last re
pcn. would indicate that they must have
withdrawn from the banks In the neigh
borhood of t:5.iti00 to meet this require
ment. The financial community is In
houil. expec at-m of a c ill from th Treas
ury department for return of perlmps S-.0.-0
).i of government deposits. Th July
d'vldnd and 'nteret d'sbursments in N-w
Yoik are stima;ed in the neighborhood
of ll'o.n fl.Wio, yet fo h'avy ' the s irfeit
of funds in the n oney market and so
feeble the demand for fa' II. ties fro-n bor
rowers that these extraordnary reqaire
menta have done nothing more than s :f n
the 1 all monev rnie temiwrarlly to 2 per
cent, compared with I'ntilS per cent lefor.!
The fiscal ear opens with large supplies
of funds pressing for employment In the
time money market, where loans carrlng
over the year end today fell to a 3 per
ent rate. The ,nen market s discount
rate in London sagged to within a shade
of 1 P'r 1 ent toda . Notwithstanding these
pie h rlo conditions of money ti e bond and
flock markets lay In a lethargic sta e and
wholly Indifferent to any developments In
the news. Money rates are now lower
than, at anv period since the summer of
is, and the record must go hack nur
jears lurther for anv parallel for the. low
level of act'lvlt' In stock today. The ag
gregate sales for the day amounted ti
nl.- 151,6(0 shares. On August 21', 190.
there were aold 86.0.0 shares at the 8 ock
exchange. It l. . f . our.e. signlf c int that
these comparisons carry back to years of
pr- loua national political campaigns. The
pendency of the political canvass niuit. in
all probability, be given ti e princ pal re
sponsibility for the present Immobility of
Railroad reports of net earning for May
reflected the drastic efforts to overcome
the losses In gross returns by cutting ex
penses, the month's economies In the Penn
sylvania lines directly operated amounting
to 32.9I8.10O, with the effect of limiting the
net decrease to 1773.90. On the lines west
of Pittsburg. 32.oi-9.coo was cut from the
outlay for operating cost, and still a falling
off of 492 0OO in the net return wa Ind
ented. Louisville & Nashville had a 3311,159
decrease In net earnings to show after a
IW.(t6 redticiion In oieratlng cot. Frle
a able to overcome less tian half Ihe
gross decrease of S1.0!V.450 in operating
economies, leaving t.V.9 863 for the falling
off In net. Atlantic Coast line, on the
other hand, met Its 3.122:: H gross decrr as
hy n cut of 3K7.f.8) In oterat'n cost, thus
leaving a balance of Increase for the net
showing and putilng Its-lf Into th- list
with lis neighbor, the Southern railway.
The Southern railway gioup showed s ime
benefit from this exhibit, in spite of the
strength developed In the cotton market
bv the publication of the government re
port on that crop. The strength In the
wheat market was without lad influence
011 the price of granger slocks. A demon
stration in the New York Traction securi
1 es was l hout exrlanatlon In the new.
I'on., wera irregular. Cnlt.d States gtee!
sinking f.s were strong. Total sail s, par
va.ue, J2;:'.oon. tnlted States 2, regis
tered, advanced per cent on all.
Following were the range of prices on
the Stock exchange todav:
lei. Hlnti Lew Cntt.
Amalgtmated Topper ..
Am C. A T
Am. ('. A r. ptd
Am. Cottnn Oil
Am. H. A U ptd
Am. Ir Securltiei
Am. LlnteM Oil
Am. Lotnmntivs pfd....
Am. a A R
Am. s f, R. fit
Am. Siigtr Refining . .
Am. Tnba.tr, pfd
Ana.-onia Mining Co
Allaiitic Coaat l.lne
Baltimore & Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Leather pM
Central of New J"raey..
Cheaapeaks A Ohio
I'hlcaao C.t. W
Chlrsgo ft N. W
C , M. A St. P
C, C . C A 8t. L
Colorado P. & I
Colorado A So
Colo. A So. lt pfd
Colo. A 80. 2d pfd
Delaware A Hudson
Iicnver A Rio Grande..
D. A R. O. ptd
Dlalllltra' Borurltlea ..
Erie lit pfd
Erie Id ptd
Great Northern pfd
Ot. Northern Ore ctfa..
Int. Met. pfd
International Paper ....
Int. Paper ptd
Kanaaa City 80
K. C. 80. pfd
boulavllle A N
Minn. A ft. L
M . St. P A 8. 8. M .
M.. K. A T
M . K. A T. pfd
New York C-ntral
N V.. O. A W
Norfolk A W
Northern Pacific 4,?0
P . C. C. A St. L
Presard Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Spring
R-puollc Steel pfd
hock Island Co
Ro. k lland Co. pfd
Pt U A B V ti pfd. .
St. Loula S W
St. L. S. W pfd
Sloss-Sherfleld a A I ..
Southern Pacific, ei-dtr.
So. Psclflc pfd
o. Railway pfd
lOo 34H MS
4 t S
"l 44 (7
1"0 1IUH 10! i
S.S-JO 7S 76
2" ian 2 '
ir 't:' 'ii'i
m) 814 i'
1.5. .001, 'sii,
600 s6 S'
7n '4H '47'i
?)0 16.) 1)
JO0 4 40
i' e4 fii,'.
' 1 52 1514
S.100 1344 U3S
' 3i ii" '27"
too 314 J"
iii 1.4 '
i"o 'si, 'n
210 35 I44
i.7-iri iiis iii"
1 n 13o l;4
l.on l'.S 114
10) l.'S 104
" if) iiii i4
3i0 P'.i ift",4
;ii 4's 4sh
1' J74 ?74
" 1044 1034
l. 41 4--4
l' (9 if. 4
'4.71.0 ijt" m
. . J7.1') 1114 1:24
r u its
:w 4 ts
2" :'s r.
. . 4 5'"i 4
1") tH 2ti
" J' '52 " 'si"
. . S.9"i 4
l' P.74 1'.74
l.io 174 174
o 'jui, 'ji"
.. l.lo 234 j:4
jivi '444 '44
.. IS. n H64 145
li 3 M
toft ll 244
iiiii '" 374
.. !.') 14 io
uo 334 3:14
'"joo '2:4 'rs
4.10 54 6.14
Arias A Pacific
T . It L 4 W
T . St I j. A W. pfd
I nlon Pacific pfd
f. 8 Rubber
I'. 8. Rubber 1st ptd
f S. Steel
I' 8. Steel pfd
Va. -Caruilna Chemical ..
Va. -cro. Chem. pfd
eattnahi-use Electric ..
Wheeling A L E
Wl. noslu Centrsl
Total aalca for the day. r.S.CoO eharea.
l.ondoa rioalasr Storks.
LONDON. July 1. American securities
opened dull today end during the first
hours the market was featureless. Penn
sylvania declined below yesterday's New
London closing stocks:
71 M . K. A T M
e S. T. Central .aj
S Norfolk A W ',
II s do ptd . tJ
4 Ontario A W 41 V
M'- Pennsylvania 11 T
do ac-ouat . . . .
do pfd .... ' . . .
Pslllnnre A Ohio
he A (ihln
rhirsro Ot. w ..
C , 14 A St. P...
D. A R G
do let pfd
do il pfd
liliao.s Central ..
.Hi Rend Mines I
4'-s Southern Railway
lt7 do pfd ...
10S Southern Pacific
t alon Pacific
42 do pfd
114, V. S ste-l
1st, do pfl
17Te do pfd
131 Spantab 4a
W Ainal. Cooper ...
Louisville A S
8ILVF.H Bar. ateady at 24 ll-ld per oa.
.".'....r.i I'lj's jer cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for abort bills ia 1 per cent; for threw
munll ' bills. I1 per cent.
BOSTON. July 1 WOOL Market after
many months of dullness at last shorn
marked activity. Tne principal demand is
for v.rtvd aools, uich ar higher. The
Uad.ng domestic quotations: Dmes'lo
oois. t'Milo and Pennsylvania fleeces XX,
31iu.ee; X. (j.9c; No. 1 tstshed, Slij.Uc;
No. 2 ashed. m:'lc, fine unwashed. 194s
..; lialfbliMid combing. :4iu.,ic; three
e ghtlis-bl ood combing. Z'ti-'w. quarter
blood combing, XtuJtc; ivlai te washed. Ail
.; lelaine unwashed, Zf(i2.c M.cliigan,
Wisconsin and New Yora lleeces: Fine
unwashed. liwu-XK'; Oelaine unwashed. 24i
2.'; half-blood unw-ashed. 2.t''ic. three-e-ghths-blnod
unwashed. Wfi2.Sc; quarter
blood, unwashed, 22-i)2Hc. Kentucky. In
diana and Missouri: Three-eighths-blood,
JtuCnc; quat ter-blood. 23 u24c. Texas and
Oeorgla: Fine. p to 12 months. 19'c3c;
fine, to 8 months, 15Vl8c; fine fall, I4t
lie. Georgia and Alabama. iy21c; Cali
fornia northern clio.ee, 17't)19c; northern
ST. LOUIS. July 1. WOOL Firm;
medium grades combing and clothing. b4:8
2"c: light fine. lf!l4o; heavy fine, Urf
l.V, tub washed, 2tj(ti27c.
New York leaey Market.
NEW YORK. July 1. -PRIME MER
CANTILE PAFER-.i4ft4 per c nt.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual busini ss In bankers' Mil at 34
for demand anj at 14 VSwi 4 ;7j tor sixtv
dTV bills; commercial bills, 14 "54'St.S:.,4.
SILVER Bar. 5a4c; Mexican dollars. 4m-
HONDS Government, steady; ralhoai.
MONEY On call. eay st 1V,S1 Pr
cent; ruling rate, 14 per cent: closing bll.
14 per cent; offered at 14 per cent; last
loan 14 per cent.
TIME LOAN 3 Quiet and easier; rixty
days. i&; per c. nt ; ninety days, 2 per
cent; six months, 34rt per cent.
Closing quotations on bonus were as fol
lows: r rf. ts. r(
I', t. 3s, r
V. . 4s. rrg
Am Tobacco 4s...
A'hlton sets 4s..
do adl 4s
do c. 4s
Atlantic C L. 4s..
Bil A Ohio 4a. ..
.14 Ho.-k Val. 44a ...1114
.14 Int. Met. 44a 4
.lno N uni. 4a SSH
,0, , e...M,. . a, M
.1:14 Mei. Central 4s
.:J4 do 1st Inc
. T14 M A St. L 4a ..
.105S"M . K. T. 4a..
. 474 "Mo 2
. ) "V R. R. of M e 4s U
)H""S, T. C. g J4s. 14
too ?. J. c. 1 ts
. tl "No Pacltlc 4s. .. .
i4 do Is
J4 N. A W. e. 4s ...
nrs R T r. 4s
71 O S. L. rfdg. 4
central ot Oa. it .l4VPenn. cr. 14a l!l
do 1st Inc..
71 00 con
1o M inc
do 3d Inc
ches A Ohio 44s
1'. A A. 14a...
' .. H. A Q n 4s
C . R 1. P. 4a
d'i col. fim
do rMl 4S
4f.4H.sdtnf -n 4s
36 4 Hrp. of Cuba 6a... 144
Ml St b. A I. M c. 6s .114
44 "t. U. A 8. T. tl 4s M
M'"St. L S W. c. s t
.! sstM.nrd A. L. 4a. so
(A Fo Ps'lflc 4a M
44 do 1st 4a !
rr; a St. L a 4s v
So Railway &a
T A P. is ....
nio. Ind. Ss 41
Colo. Mid. 4s ... t,
A . St. L A W. 4a.
Colo. & So. 4 'Cnlon Paclllc 4a
n- I. A Hud. ct. 4s.. 7 do cr. 4s
n n. o 4s
M t" S Steel '.A Sa ...
art Wabash la
444 Western Md 4s...
H'l1" A L F. 4s...
4,"Wla. Central 4a.
Erie p 1. 4s.
do gen. 4s
do id aeries
s N. T N. H c s cfs..lM4
Ki-lnteret Otferea. "M'd. Ex-lnt. and
ottered. Ex-imereet ant) bid.
lloston Stocks and Bonds.
IIOSTON. July 1. Money, call loam
8 per cent; time loans. 3iiT44 per
Stocks and bonds closed as follows:
Atchison adj. 4a...
Atchison R. R
Boston A Albany...
Boston at Man.
Boston Elevated ...
Kltchburg prd . ...
S V.. X. II A H..
Am. A. i'Iioti. pfd..
A-n. Pneu. Tube....
Am. T. & T
Dominion I. A S...
Mlson E'ec. Illu...
C.eneral Electric ...
I'nlt.-d S. M
f. S. Steel
. s. Bingham
. W4( al. A Herla
. S14 Centennial
. 944 Copper Range
-2UJ Dalr Weat
.12'. Isle Rovale
.1.14 Msss. Mining
14l4 Ml. hlgsn
. IK Mohawk
,. 54 Mont. C. C
126 Oid Dominion
, .1.54 Osceola
. .114 Parrot
. 224 Qum. r
. s7 Shannon
, . 1. Tamarack
, .2 'i Trinity
,.131 I n.t.d corner
.. 4f S Mining ..
.. 44f. S. Oil
. . M 4 Winona
. . 27', North Butte
.. I74t Butte Coalition ...
4 tal. A Arisona
. . 2 V Arlrona Com
.. St. 4 Greene Cananea ..
. . 11
.. l 4
. . 23
. . .i.
. . 12
.. H i
New York Mining Stocks.
NEW YORK. July 1 Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Alice 2Ar l eadllle Con 7
Breece .....Kfi Little Chief I
Com. Tunnel stork... ,4 Meilran 4:
Brunswick Con I Omsrlo 4
Com. Tunnel booda.-., Jt Ophir 10
Con. Cal. A Va.., Small Hopea S
Horn Silver M Standard 17.".
lroa Silver .10) Yellow Jacket 43
LONDON. July 1. Money was easier on
the market today, the turn of the month-
end having released a large amount In
dividends and other disbursements. Dis
counts were easy. On the Stock exchange
trading was lethargic and the tone waa
undecided. Business moved In the nar
rowest limits and values In some direc
tions were lower Consols hardened, be
ing favorably affected by the easier
monetary situation. Home rails were de
pressed on unfavorable traffic relations'.
American securities were Idle. After a
feeble attempt to advance they became
dull, with the leading stocks mostly at
parity. The market continued steady arid
closed firm. Hudson Bay was flat on
BERLIN. July 1. Trading on the
Rourse today was extremely dull and
there were very alight changes.
PARIS. July 1. Trading on the Bourse
today was firm.
OMAHA, July 1 Hank clearinga for to
day were 31.S5l.2U.b9 and for the corre
sponding date last year 3?. 009,45.70.
NEW YORK. July 1 COTTON Futures
opened steady; July, 9.80c; September, .42'3i
44c; October, S.32c; lccemter, oriered K.lBc;
January, 9.13c; March 9.1MjS.14c.
Spot cotton closed quiet: middling up
lands. 11.50c; middling gulf, 11.76c. Bale',
Futures closed steady; July, 9.80c; August,
967c; September, S.SOcV October, 3So; No
vember, 9.21c; December, 9.22c; January.
9.17c; February, 9.17c; March, 9.1Se.
GALVESTON, July 1. COTTON Higher;
ST. LOUIS. July 1. COTTON Quiet ;
middling, 11 He: sales, none; receipts,
none; stock, 16.055 bales.
NKW ORLEANS. July 1. COTTON
Fpot market quiet and steady; ordinary.
7 15-lc, nominal; good ordinary, 9lnc;
low middling, 10o middling. HVc; good
middling, if 13-lc; middling. 12 5-lc;
fair. 12 15-16c; aales, 600 bales; receipts.
713 bales; stock. 74,113 bales.
NEW YORK. July 1. METALS- A de
cline of 12s 6d was reported in the London
tin market today, wtlh spot closing at 121
5s and futures at 125 7s 'd. The local mir-
1 ket was weak and lower In sympathy with
I spot, quoted at 327-0Kfi27.25. Copper declined
to 36 6a for spot and 57 tor futures In
the Ijondon market. Locally weak, but
unchanged, with lake quoted at 312.62Sd
12 75; electrolvtlc 312.5iHnl2.62Vs,. and catt
ing. tl2.25til2.37W. Lead advanced to 18 ia
In Iondon. but was dull and unchanged a:
$4 45'a4.60 locally. Iron was lower at 51s
HVl for tHeveland warrants In the Eng
lish market. The local market as un
changed, with No. 1 fr.undrv northern
tl.64tit7.00; No. 2. 317..7 -ft 16.25: No. 1
southern and southern soft, t:6 5 "of 1 7 . 2 1.
ST, ItCIS. July 1-MKTAL3 Lead,
lower; 64.35. Spelter, lower; 14.35.
Sagas and Molaaaes.
NEW YORK. July 1 -Sl'OAR-Raw.
firm: fair refining. 3.86c; centrifugal
94 test. 4 '.c; molasses sugar, I 61c;
Refined steady; No. 6. 6oftc; No. 7. 4 9V;
No. 8. 4 (sic; No. 9. 4 85c; No. 10. 4750;
11. 4"iic; No. 12, 4.66c; No. 13, 4.0c; No. 14.
4 65c; confectioners' A, 62oc; mould A, 5.75c;
cut loaf. S20c; crushed. 6 1: powdered,
6.50c: granulated. 6 4oc; culjes. 5.6k;.
MOLASSES Quiet ; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, 2t!jl2c.
NEW YORK. July 1. OOFFEE-Market
for futures closed steady n.t uncliamr.d
to 5 points higher; salea were reported of
22.5.10 bags, including July. 6 O&c; Septem
ber. 6 (irV'; December. 6c; March, 6'tc; May,
10c; June. 6 1'k:; July il)i, 6 15c. 8t.,t
quiet; No. 7 Rio. 6V4C; No. 4 Santos. i,c;
mild quiet, Cordova, 912Vc.
PEORIA. Ill . July 1 -CORN-Hlgher
No. 3 yellow. 70ft:ic; No. 3, 70c; No. 4, o&cj
.... - - J . 1 . c . ' I
OATS I 'nc hanged ; No. S white, 499
fUjc; No. 4 white. 4fT4c.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO., July 1 -SEED Cover, March.
$7 50. Alsike. August. $760.
Stork In Slakt.
Receipts of live stock st the five princi
pal western markets yesterdayt
Kansas City .
U.fiUU 80,800 23.500
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
General Bun of Fat Cattle Fifty Cents
Lower for Week.
HOGS SLOW, CLOSING TEN LOWER
8hee ana I.amWs la Large Sapply,
bat Qaallty Verr Poor Desir
able Killers Steady, bat Not
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. uly 1. I.
Receipts were: Cattle. liegs. Bneop.
Official Monday 3.SJ7 5.i4t i.t
Official Tuesday 3.074 10.110 3.4-6
Estimated Wednesday . . U.J-) 6."''
Three davs thla week.. 7.413 27 C9 114IM
Same days last week.... 9.1.M :.4.! IS
Same davs 3 weeks ogo.. t.W.i 4".7ls 13.3
Same days 3 weeks ago..l4.1S 2&.o4 ?.7-6
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 3,& 32.;h6 30.ne
Sams days last week.... 7.416 3,oad 10.:s
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sl.eep at South Omaha
tor tne year to date, compared wun last
1906. 1907. Inc. Pev.
Cattle 4.11,470 SW.ol 1M.W1
Hogs 1.S14.47S 1.3I4.SM 199,7cS
Sheep 6Bf,a .t,W7 130.474
The following table, shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha tor the last
several days, with comparisons:
Date. 190g. 1307. 11908. 11906., 1904. ilsOS llJOi.
June 24 .
I 07! I 7 43
t 07 ; I 4
t r S T 7 49
I 13 6 67) 7 6
i 16. 6 0.1 7 tH4
I 6 70 7 61
t 141 t 06. 7 4
6 Hi 7 66
6 0b 6 7
5 (H, 6 W 7
i 13 6 t0 7 64
The official number of cars of stock
brought ir today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C. M. A 8t. P J
Missouri Pacific 10
I nion Pacific 13
C. A N. W., east 1
C. & N. W., west 27
C, St. P.. M. & 0 4
C, B. ft Q., east 3
C. B. & y., west 22
C, R. I. A p., east.... 3
C. R. I. & P.. west
Chicago Ot. Western....
Total receipts 83
1 5 ..
6 2 ..
1 4 1
173 3 I
ine disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
cmana racking CO....
Swift and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour A Co
Hill A Son
F. P. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Bulla
K. t. Inghram
251 1.61 416
4St 2.2HS 1.915
i6 2.7 m
. ... 526
Totals 3,175 10,189 6.042
CATTLE Receipts of catito at ibis point
were light aain today, the run tof the
week beli small as compared with pre
vious weeks. While a good share of the
arrivals consisted of corn-fed beeves, them
was quite a sprinkling ot cow stuff in
cluding a train of grassers from the Sand
The dullness and weakness of the market
yesterday and the day before waa con
tinued today, in fact, today s market waa.
if anything, the most satisfactory of the
week so far. It was very apparent that
buyers had all made up their minds to take
off another good slice, and they accordingly
hung back. Other market points reported
substantial declines which helped to weaken
the local market, and, in the end, sales
men were forced to take off another lOfliic
if not more. Whil" it ia difficult to say
Just how much Iuvwt the market Is from
day to tay, taking the week as a whole, It
is plainly 60c lower. The sams cattle that
brought 3X 0O on. Thursday of last week and
$7.50 yesterday, sold today at 37.40, which
will show that the decline is not limited
to the common and medium grades, but
that the top cattle are suffering fully as
much as any other kind.
There were not far from twenty-five or
thirty cars of cows and heifers on sale
this morning. The market, however, was
Just as slow and dull as the steer market,
and at least 60c lower for the week.
There were only a few scattering loads of
stockers and feeders in the yards and they
did not show so very much change on ac
count of there being a few on sale.
Quotations on cattle Good to choice corn
fed steers, 7.lfj7.&0; fair to good cornfed
steers, 35.75ir7.00; common to fair corn-fed
steers. 34.50'i6.76; good to choice cows and
heifers. $4.2f'q6.26; fair to good cos and
heifers. 3.754.25; common to fair cowa
and heifers, $2.00iga.78; good to choice
stockers and feeders, 34.6Kj6.00; fair to
good Blockers arj.1 feeders, $3.7594 60; com
mon to fair stockers and feeders, 33.269
3.76; stock heifers, $3.O03.60.
.r -saisF sa Vosvr sasr Sar aaa sass
Tha ralatlorn ot thla Bank to Hi doposltort and to this
community tre of cordial co-operation.
W are always glad to assist our depoaltora and clients
In anj matters in keeping with safe and rrudent banking
Tour account, subject to your check, Is cordially Invited.
It FIRST NATIONAL BANS! If
Thirteenth and Farnam Streets ftj
Oldest and Largest
49 ... ,
. 14 3
. . . 1 1 so
. . .1011
I X I
I 10 I
I V) I
I M I
I so 1
I 0 4
I li) 3
I M 1
. . 120
. . "
M 4 00
Reed South Dakota
41 2 feeders.. 12SS
Heine A Bachelor Neh.
67 bf Acws. :, 8 35 96 cows-hf. 856 3 36
HOGS Receipts of hogs were large this
morning, 167 cars being reported In, whllo
other market points also had good runs.
The market wajt the slowest and dullest
and the latest of any experienced at thla !
point In a long lime. Fortunately there ;
were some quite llneral shipping orders in
hand and buyers for that account opened
the market and they succeeded In securing
quite a string at prices thst were 5c and
possibly (fill lower than yesterday. Pack
ers held back, not trying to do anything
even at the decline until shippers had their
orders filled and then they pounded the
market down to a point that was fully 10c
lower tnan yesterday. This 'means that
the hogs sold largely at $5 90)6.96 and on up
to $V..f0 for the test kinds.
V. A. 8 b. Pr. No. A. Bh. Pr.
to 1W 40 I to 41 '.! 80 ( tt
BH 181 3:D 5 ) 14 141 ... 5 to
98 !41 10 I to II 140 40 t M
Tl 1" 14) t It II 17 40 5 5
71 .t ... 5 92' 77 160 131 I IS
IS 101 ... I tl 19 n 40 5 16
14 U 40 I 2' It MS It IN
67 11 110 I Hs 14 ltl 110 I IS
71 141 4 t 9m 71 Ill 40 I M
M 110 17 t !a II Ill 40 I tt
74 231 10 5t. 75 1M K t tt
71 117 10 t ll4 71 114 ... 6 K5
U 1 0 40 I ." 19 1 .'4 40 6 eft
tt U7 110 i tl'4 71 S 17a) I M
M l?l ... I tit 71 141 110 IM
71 ltl 190 I t tt 117 ... t SS
77 141 100 5 St IS t l 90 I M
II 114 ... 6 tt 71 114 11 I 16
77 331 10 I H 71 Ill l ( IS
10 117 110 I M 46 r i 120 I t;v,
71 1 6 IA 10 174 K0 I 17
75 211 110 1 15 74 k.llt 380 I 17 Si
71 40 I M 71 110 ... i 00
00 U 1! Mi 12 If) 10 I 00
It 9U7 too I M II 231 40 I Oil
71 T2I m I 16 SO HI 40 I on
71 Ill 10 I IS 14 ISO 0 00
70 3:7 10 I 96 II Ill SO I 00
57 1 SO 4 IS 71 ) K I 00
71 MO ... It 76 104 40 I 00
71 IM 10 IK 15 lot ISO so
SHEEP Receipts this morning were very
liberal, being the largest of the week so
far. Aside from four cars of Nevada
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by investing your funds, in the 7
per cent preferred stock of The Up
dike Grain Co. It will pay you
seven per cent net. We pay the tax.
ASK YOUR BANKER.
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Bee Building, Omaha, Nb.
Dank In Nebraska
range stock, the arrivals consisted almost
entliely of local fed stuff, the greater part
of It trash. Old thin ewes and spring lambs
were in very liberal supply. In fact there
was quite a showing of every kind ex
ccptlng real good killers, which wert
The market did not show any very great
change as compared With yesterday. As I
matter of fact the trade was slow and verj
dull throughout, but good killers generallj
commanded about steady prices, while com
mon kinds were hard to move. Advices front
other selling points were by no means re
assuring and packers' orders did not appeal
to be very urgent. The general situation
remains about the same as already noted
In these nolumna, the market on both shecf
and lambs being everywhere dull and weak
owing to the limited consuming demand foi
Quotations: Spring lambs are now quoted
as lambs or shorn lambs and yearling
lambs are quoted under the head of year
lings; yearlings past are quoted as weth
ers; good to choice lambs, 36.26oi41.76; fair t
good lambs. $5.&tVflfi.26; cull lambs. t4 2.Vn6.on;
good to choice yearlings. t45tu"4.85; fair to
good yearlings, $4 0AIi4 60; good to choice
wethers. $3 76f74.10; fair to good wethers,
3.1 60033.76; good to choice ewes, t3.6ftga.7K;
fair to good ewes, t3.rtv33.60; culls and
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to l.tntr nogi Gen
erally Lower Sheep) Lower.
CHICAGO, July 1 CATTLE Receipts,
about 18.000 head; msrket steady to ini"5'
lower; steers. $5.9i6 4X); cows, til fl'lift 75;
heifers, $3.5tj6l: bulls, U.nitirt.SO; calves.
$.i401i2Ti; stockers and feeders, !37oty61..
HOGS Receipts. 32.000 head; market gen
erally 6c lower; choice heavy shipping. ft
i65; butchers, .6(n.65: light mixed, t6:0tf
6 60; choice light. t6.6oT60; packing, $6.75i
6 f"; pig, 34.5ia 00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, shout
17 000 head; market steady to inc lower;
sheep. t3 76414. 36; lambs, $1 5fp6.60; year
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Julv 1 -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 7.io bead, including 1,000 head soi;t!i
erns; fed steers strong to 15c l.luher; grass
steers, 106I5c lower; cows steadv; choln
export and dressed beef steers. $6 44J 10;
. . . . J itfur, 1.-. a . m ....art 417.
rair 10 st.wi. - , -. '!--
(67.60; sto kers and feelers, $3-161(40; sou It
em Steers, t.i.0ril l.ts', ei.uineiii . ... o, -.--(
4 00; native cows, 32.2.V(i6.50; natlie helfeis,
t3.oO4f7.00; bulls, t2. 7664.50; calves. $3.t04y
HOGS Receipts. 17.000 head; market hH
lc lower: top, $6 20; bulk of sales, $5 9tVfrn.l);
heavy, $610076 20; packers and butchers.
$6.t6.17H; light, $5.75tj6 10; pics, $4.7&0t 40.
8HEKP AND IA MRS Receipts. 3.M0
head; sheep strong; lambs. loi&Joc higher;
lambs. 34.6H4O.00; ewss and yesrllngs, $'..75
4.50; Texas yearlings, $4.26''o4.76; Texas
sheep, $3.5Jx7M.00; stockers and feeders, $2 76
St. Loots Live Stock Market.
ST. LOL'IS. July 1. CATTLE Receipts,
4.O11O head, including 2.0T4) head Texani;
market steady: native shipping and expert
steers, $6 251 H. 00; dressed beef and butcher
steers, $5.76'u6.60; steers under l.OiO lb.,
$l.761jti.50; stockers snd feeders, $3.0t?t6 0o;
cows and heifers. $3 O087.00; canners, $1.!0.0
2 25; bulls, $.00ati.76; calves, $3 256.5):
Texas and Indian steers. 13 X1&6 50; cows and
HOGS Receipts, 11.000 head: market 5S
10c higher; pigs and lights, t4 50r(i5);
packers. $5 6f.ti6.50; butchers and best
lieavv, $6.4f.C(i 60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4.0V)
head; market strong to 5iS10c higher; na
tive muttons. I3 26ii6.1u; lambs, $4.50S7 Jj;
stockers, 33. 504. 26.
loos City Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., July 1-rSpeclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 80 head; mar
ket lower; beeves, $8Kif7.85: cowa and heif
ers, $4 6if6 76; feeders, $4,004)6.00; calves and
yearlings. t.76or 4.76.
HOGS Recelfits, 8.600 hed: 6c lower;
range, $6,7616.06; bulk, $5.95.00.
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