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    MA H.MLY BEKt THURSDAY. .TUT A' J. 190$.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
No Strength Despite Lower Cablet
nd Ideal Weather.
MORE WHEAT, BUT NOT CORN
Dally Reeelpie -t Formrr Show
Steady lurrfw, While Little
of the Latter la Merle a;
vt All.
fair!. 1713 t. Eftss. firm; at mark,
Include 1, l.Vtfbir; fiiats. 17c; prime flrats,
9r. Cheese, essy; 10Vall'c-
OMAHA. Neb., July 8. 19".
With rahlts coming Inner and weather
report! showing Meal conditions throunhout
tli wheat and corn belts, grain values do
not ahow any particular strength. Daily
receipts of wheat show an Increase, while
very littla corn la moving aa yet.
heat opened steady, but eased off easily
on continued selling and heavy receipts sid
light demand. The cash market ruled dull
and Inactive, reflecting on the options. July
Wheat opened at 87e end cloaed at 7c.
Despite of Meal weather and more favor
able condltlona generally, corn advanced
on better caah demand and southern accep
tances. July corn opened at 7o4c and
Honed at i(nc.
Primary wheat receipt were 33.0 hu.
and shipments were 340,00 bu.. agalnirt re
ceipts last year of -.67.0 bu. and shlpmenta
of iK.omt bu. , . .
Co.-n receipts were SOI.onO bu. and ahlp
mer.ta were 660.W bu.. against receipts last
j far of 113,000 bu. and shlpmenta of 44,OUU
Cleirances were l.nntl bu. of corn, 2,0m bir
cf oats and wheat and flour equal to 78,000
Liverpool closed mj"jd lower on wheat
and 4'(H'l lower on corn.
fcrd reported 64,(K0 bu. of wheat
taken for export.
lycal range of options:
ArttTlcs.l Open. Hluh.j Dow. Oose. Tes'y.
Wr-eM
Jiilv..
Kept..
C I, -
Jul v..
Sept..
Doc...
Ost.t
Pept..
May..
r .
K (.
7041
7"M
42VS
TO 1
4l
S7
I S2
Es' 5
42-zil 42fc!
K7
82
7i
W'i
39V
42
Omaha Cask Prlrea.
WHBAT-No. 2 hard, JMtfWc; No. 1 hnrd,
ftl'4filVi ; No. 4 hard, hA'gSic; No. spring.
14 ("..
CORN-No. 3, ;o71c; No. 4, 7ti'7CVc;
o 1 yejluw, 71'a71'c; No. 1 white, b
lS-No. 8 mixed, WVi'ff 4fo ; No. 3
wile. y-fiiOHc; No. 4 white. 4rV4j'4f 1C.
Kltf-No. 2. 72073c; No. I, '.wailc.
Carlot Receipts.
Whnt. Corn. Csats.
Chicago tt 73 84
Minneapolis .- n i'H
Omaha 3 30 13
Duluth .1 62 "
4IIICAGO CR AIM AID PROVISIONS
1'eaturra of the Trading and 4 losing
I'rireB on R-ard of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 8.-Wheat prices on the
local exi.iange advanced sharply today, ow
ing til thu bullish showing of the govern
milt report. At the cloie September de
livery showed at net gain of HWif. Corn
van a stia.le higher. Oats were c lower,
i'l ijvhiiciia were iVjitec lower to 2c higher.
The governmer report, which waa Issued
fifteen minutes before the close of the ses
sion, rsilmated the condition of the winter
what crop to be So.ti, compared with 86 a
month ago. and that of spring wheat 1R),
against 1 last month. The amount of
wheat still In farinera' hunds was est!
mated to he 33.7tt.OM) bu., which Is 20.0u0.0u0
bu. leaa than waa In reserve the corre
sponpdlng time a year ago. The report was
morn bullish than had been generally antlcl
pated and prices on the local exchange ad-
uncoil rapidly after publication of the
o.flclal llgures, until they were nearly 2
leiita alove the low point of the day. The
1 'ut.. t opened weaK, owing to general sen
1 U tioiifcht out by lower cables and by
t ti.iir ... -weather in this country for the
i.-w i.-rup. This waa followed toward mld-
. . .v .i mi. u raliy caused by reports of
t in ,r to me crop In North iMkota. Tha
l.J.i. doieu s.i )!!(. September opened
oe.- at hiMiS.'Sc, sold off to 87-c
M..U then advanceu m Hu'nc. i'he olose waa
Hi Clearances of wheat and
l.uur .re equal to bu Hrlmary'rc-
' if'ip.a' weio 3j!)a) hu., compared with 467,
tfi bu. the same day a year ago. Mlnne
.!i.s, Dul.ith and Cnlia. reported re
ii'ip M of l'A cars, aainai 157 cars laat
vm and 'JDi cars one year ago.
iliu LOin market vva active and nervous.
'I ..i:. was liberal pruflt-tnttlr.g early In
t.ie uny, owing to lower caoles and more
la.iiA.ie crop reports. Later the market
i a tli ii u.i uciivc demand by leading bulls,
I i in a iiivnn. lng more than 13 from the
l,w po:- oi tli day. Afier thu publication
v. ii.i. .. ..v. rtiment report tho market eased
0. 'f. t .ic K.-.irt waa construed ua bearish,
lnasni.lv.'. . . It showed un Increased acre
age u. i.dc.iuti bu. and a gain of 2.6 per
i-nc i i i .iu.iinii. compared with last year's
crop a. torusi), meting time. The mar
Vet iie.i l,cular, July being firm, Hcp
ttinii. ... and the new crop months
via ... '.i!:t opened Vfc'a'.if to.ViiSo
louei .... .2'S.. a Ivar.ced to 73Vc and
ilc8u u .. .v. Local receipts were 73 cars,
x. ... .. j.ilr.icl grade.
L .-i.-, . . ai.i i ted by the fluctuations of
v i. ,ii ;i y c ni, allli'iugh sentiment was
tin ... . p u! oeurish. Improved prospecis
l.i;- '.. .i w i imp, lue tu recent rains, wer
I id fur much of the selling pressure.
'. , .at: mr.ont report showed a delerlora
. tu :. oi i.J per cent In the cordltlon of the
c.u ..aiiii Jun. The market cloaed weak
h-picinoT opened V4V lower at 4U14tc,
and U t ween H and 4 mo and cloaed at
. lAiitl receipts were 84 cars.
1'rovislona wele Inclined to be weak be-cans--
of liberal realizing sales brought out
t j aoi.'.e extent by a 10c decline In live
linns. I he market rallied late In the ses
sion oi buying by shorts and closed steady,
wun September pork 2Vc higher at I15.71S
1. ard was a shade lnwer at f9.4&'u9.47..
Klbs were 2S1lvic lower at 8.76ntt.77H-
Estmiuied ivie'pls for tomorrow; Wheat.
3 in; corn, l.j cars; oiti, K3 cars; huts.
J7.iV( head.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
WFAT11EH li THK URAM REI.T
Fair and Warmer far Tnarsdar, Says
the Praoket.
OMAHA. July . 1!
The area of high pressure noted moving
fropi the west over the centrsj vaileya
Tues.lny has eaten.led raalwsrd and now
overlies the country from the Rocky to
tin Alleglany rr.ountains, and generally
clear w.-ather prevails everywhere except
In (lie At'nntlc and gulf states, where It la
clo'i-lj. The coil wn-e has continued east
ward and temperatures are lower every
where east of the Mississippi river this
mi.-.ilng. Temporstures continue to rise
west of the river, and the weather will be
fair and warmer In this vicinity tonight and
ThiinrTny.
Omaha record of temperature and pre
cipitation compared with the corresponding
day of the last thre years:
ivm, ihh. iym i:i.
Minimum temperature .. & 72 1 F9
Precipitation .00 .00 .08
Normal temperature for toilay 76 degrees.
Excess In precipitation since March 1,
4 S Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period In 1907,
8 Irches.
Deficiency corresponding period In l'JOK,
2.37 Inches.
L. A. WELSH, Local Torcaster.
Cora an Wkeat Region Ballettn.
For the twenty-four houra ending at 8
a. rn TMh meridian time, Wednesday, July
8. 1Mi:
Temp. Raln
Btatlont. Max. Mln. fall. Pky.
Ashland, Neb 74 6H .00 Clear
Aubuin, Neb 74 4 .10 Clear
hroken How. Neb. 91 AO .00 Clear
Columbus, Neb... 77 6) .0i Clear
Cu bertsin, Neb.. W 62 .00 Clear
Fa'rbury. Neb.... 'i7 64 .'0 Clear
Kalrmrnt. Neb... SO f.2 .00 Clear
Or. Island, Neb.. 79 67 .0 dear
Dartington. Neb. 82 62 .CO Pt. cloudy
Hastings. Neb.... 73 63 .0) Clear
HoldreKe. Neb... 78 (3 .0 Clear
Oukdalr, Neb ' f6 .00 Clear
Omaha,, Neb 72 fS .it) C'eir
Tekamah, Neb... 7 61 .00 Hear
Alia, la 72 49 .00 Clear
CarroM. la 77 49 .01 dear
Clarinda. Ia 75 45 . 00 Cloar
Sibley. Ia 72 47 .00 Clear
t8.oux City, la... 74 68 .00 Cloudy
Not included In averages. tMlnlmum tem
perature for twelve-hour period ending at
8 a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of Temp. Rain.
Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inches
Chicago, 111 2 72 62 .01
Columbus, 0 18 M 62 .2
Da Moines, la.... 14 74 60 T
Kanaas City. Mo.. 21 76 54 .(
Louisville, Ky 18 84 M .04
M nna.i polls. Minn. 24 74 t3 .00
Omaha. Neb 18 78 62 .00
S(. Louis, Mo 13 78 64 T
The cool wave haa spread over the east
ern portion of the corn and wheat region.
It Is growing warmer In the western por
tion. Light rains occurred In the eastern
pirtion Tuesday.
L..A. WELSH, Loral Forecaster.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Movement to Adrano Prices Makes
Material ProgTeis.
MOVEMENT IS INTERMITTENT
Reactions on Realising alea ops4
by Dnylnsj Rallies lreogtk In
Certain Issues A Iter la
F.atlre l ist.
NEW TORK, July 8. The movement to
advance prices of stocks made material
progress today although the rise was not
uninterrupted and waa not free from some
Imposing obstacles In the volume of tbe
selling encountered at some stages of the
advance. This selling waa particularly nota
ble In stocks which have been speculative
mediums, even while the general list was
lying practically dormant, t he consequence
was a halting and irregular movement, due
to the numerous checks when these obsta
cles became insurmountable. Tha selling to
realise, however, waa not pushed far on
the decline and the running out of Belling
ordera .brought the reactions continually to
a pause. Strength in Individual stocks had
a sustaining Influence on the general list.
Some of the hesitation manifest In the
movement of railroad stocks was due to
the desire to await the appearance of the
Sovernment report on the (train crop, which
id not atmeur until 2 o'clock. The favor
able Interpretation placed on the outlook for
corn was visible in tne special strengtn oi
railroads which carry much of that crop,
aa well aa in the weakness 111 the price of
that grain. Reports of a tnrnat on the part
of the Erie to cut rates Id trunk line terri
tory restrained the movement In those
stocks.
Some of this restraint was thrown off In
the latter part of the day when Ihe general
upward movement gained considerable
force. Large government aianursements
were reflected In the debit balance of
$3,79u.0O0 of the subtreasury at the clearing
house. New York banks are disposed to
surrender not only the quota of govern
ment deposits covered by the call of the
secretary of the treasury, but their total
holdings, rather than pay the 1 per cent In
terest called for by the new W-eifcratlve pro.
visions. Accumulative Influence was ex
erted, by reports from various sources of
trade revival ana ine tact, tnai ine worn 'i
the democratic convention at Denver Is
neartng completltlon was an element In
the awakened activity of the market.
Bonds were firm. Total sales, Pir value,
I3.O9S.0OO. United States bonda were un
changed on call.
Number or sales ana quotations on uio
Stock exchange were as follows:
PAIR. X1IRI1. 4J"W. ...i..
,. e.snO S7"4 8iH
Artlc!ei. Open. High. Low. I Close. Yea'y.
Wheat
July
Bept.
aDec.
bDC.
Cora
July Sept.
Dec.
May
Oats
aJuly
bjuly
Sept.
Deo.
May
Pork
July Sept.
O.-t.
Lard
Julv ISept.
O-t.
Fits
July Bept
Oct.
8i'il
KTV-i'-M
... I
l"tl
;7i ,
HH,HJ...
11Vi(i2l
I
47,
4kV
404 't -111
4H'U'42
43j
I
IS S7
If) b
16 674
..7.J
46
60
8 00
8 75
( 80
fv
.'!
I
47.!
41S
42S,
44
I
16 6 i
15 76
16 5
47W
t 17V
i
8 &
8 80
B 86
4I SbI 87
K7K8N'& 88
89 iSOKrtJ 90
19 I 9041 89H
711.1 72s' 72
72 72S,724H
fll 61H ei's'aS
li OlVsl 624
I I
47141 48 I 48H
U 474 48
4i 4HI -4is
414i 4!H 424
421! 484) 44,
M!W YORK (lEMEHAL MARKET
(.notations of the Day on Varlons
Commodities.
NEW YORK. July 8. FLOt'R Receipts,
22.966 bbls. ; exports, 41 bbla. ; market
ateady with light trade. Mlnneaota patents,
85.26 rtf 6.66; winter straights, I4.10&4.26;
Mlnneaota bakers, 14.064.60; winter ex
tras, $3.4Rfu 4.00; winter patents, 44.401
4.75; winter low grades, 3 36 6 3.30. Rye
flour, quiet; fair to good. 4.26HJ4.60;
choice to fancy, 34.66ij'.500.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine white and
yellow, 1. 60i$l. 66; coarse, 31.65; kiln
dried, 3200.
RYE Dull; No. 2 western, 834c f. o. b.
New York.
WH EAT 'Receipts, 8.000 bu.; spot market
firm. No. 2 red, SflfoWc, elevator; No. 2
red, 98c, to arrive, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, 81.194. t. o. b., afloat; No,
2 hard winter. 31.041, f. o. b.. afloat. Fine
weather and weak cablaa caused an early
sharp break In wheat today, all of which
waa later regained on covering, due to the
bullish crop reports, closing Wec net
higher. July, V;'nWc, closed at 98c;
September, 94 13-ltuH-Hc. closed at 96c; De
cember, 9t;V977,c, closed at 87To.
CORN Receipts. 14.000 bu.; spot market
easy. No. 2, 81c, nominal, elevator, and
8lWc. nominal, f. o. b.. afloat. Option mar
ket was strong and higher on covering of
shorts, but eased off finally on the crop
report, closing lc net higher. July closed
at 82c: September. 8Kri814e, closed at 814o.
OATS Receipts. 75.(iO bu.; exports, 1.3W
hu.: snot market ateady. Mixed, art to 82
lbs.. 6Mi5rtc; natural white, 2C to 32 lbB., 68
$; clipped white, 32 to 42 lbs, 6358c.
HIDKd Firm; Bogota, 18 4 18c; cen
tral America, isc.
LEATHBH-Firm: aold.- 211t2c.
PROVISIONS Heef, steady: family,
16.7517.60; mesa, 314. 50&i 15.50; beef
hania. I28.OOfil30.00: racket. 315.00M16.00:
cltv extra Indian moss. 324. 60S? 25.00. Cut
meats, steudy; pickled be-lllos, 9Cq-Uc; pickled
hnrnx. Il4(irI2c. iarn, steaay; western,
'..&tKTr.W; refined, quiet; continent. $9.90;
8 - A. $10.30; compound, Kr40. I'orK,
firm; famllv, $18.00(9 18.60: short clear,
$17. 2Bf 18.60; mess. $17.00017.25.
Hlt'li uulet: domestic, lair to extra,
3-.ii'c: Jnpan. nominal.
TALLOW rirm; city, o i-ic; country, o?
Bl TTER firm; creamery specials, zac;
extras. 224c; third to rirst, lwivszc.
OH EES el Steady ", slate, tun cream ape
clala. HV(l21.c: small colored, white, fancy
He; large. 1040; good to prime, Sioc;
common. lfiVw.
1-MOS Firm: western firsts, 184jngVc;
seconds. 17f1740.
POl'LTHY Alive stvady: spring chick
ens. 18c; lowis, lie; luraeys. ijc; oressea
steady; western spring onicaenB. itaa'joc;
turkeys, 12817c; fowls, y:(tfl7te.
Kansas City Grain nnd Provision.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 8.-WHEAT-
a. 1 1. 1 iJn ... u n. V.. . on
III IIO llgt.fl , iiui), n-a nv , iwvc..". , ,
Deceuilier, 847c; cah: No. 2 hard, 9;lcJ
$l.iw; No. 3. 5ci8$l.tO; No. J red, 82fi4cH
No. 3, S(tic.
roiix-lfniUc hlh-r: July. 73c: Bertem
1 er, tc; De-emlie.-, tStic; canh; No. t
mlxtd, 7 ft7rHc; No. 3. 16c; No. 2 white, 82j
No. 3 8ii8lc.
OATS 4bic hlnh'-r; No. 2 white, 493ilj,
No. 2 mixed, 4lvU'c. '
RYE 72C(i79c.
HAY Choice timothy,- weak. $9.&W10.00
chi'lcepralrle, boo lower, .60aio.ou.
lil'TTKR Eeasy ; creamery, 2ic; packing
stock, lbc.
EGGS 40 higher; fresh extras, . 18c ; cu
r.nt recelotB. 144c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 4.000 2.00
Corn, bu 40,000 13.010
Oats, bu (.00)
Quotations at Kansas City aa report!
Dy iigan at tiryan, iz uoard 01 Trade:
16 3741 16 52
15 (to 16 70
15 674! 16 76
3'4i
40
50
8 00
8 70
8 80
15 00
15 70
16 75
I 374
374I
7W 47V.
9 60
8 24
8 77H1
K!4I
Articles.
I Open. I High. I Low. Cloie,
Wheat
September December .
Corn
September
December .
84
82-8 v;
DO
3H81i?f2,K36'4A
85
I
RSSi
84
671-.;
6"4l56fiV
64
6(114
A asked. B bid.
65
I 65
t 80
t 874
aOIA. bNew.
Cauli quotations were as follows:
FLOCK Steady ; winter patents, $4."ffl
II Jn-a 4.4.1; straignts, U li4 40; bakers $2 Jo
$'.;tiiH.i; strsujhts, 3.tvi4.i0; bakers, $2.90
it i ij.
WHF-AT-No. 3 spring, 9Vi9Sc; No. 2 red.
6SV, nw"c. ,
CORN-NO. t. 7ar734c; No. I yallow. 74
OATS No. I 524c; No. 3 White, KMc.
RYE No. t. Kj,3r.
BAkl.L'V-Fair to choice malting, 4t75Kc.
PKEDt Plat. No, 1 northwestern, $l.23V
FROVIelONa tsluit ribs sides (looavi'
$8 8.4r( TV Mess pork, per bhl.. $16 .6ui
U JV Lard, per lo Ins.. $si.J74. Bliort clear
sides (boxed), $8 87 9. UK
Following were tii receipts and ahlp
mants of flour and gra n:
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbla 42.4i 8l.to
What, bu 23.000 118. Ut)
Coro. bu 147.000 4-MS.C.4)
Oats, bu SJ7.600 267.8H)
Rye, bu 4,t)
Barlay. bu 29.D 7.000
Oi tha Froduc exchange today tha butter
market was steady; creameries, lNa2lc;
rblladelphla Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July 8. BUTTER
Market quiet but stuady; extra western
citamchy. 24Wc: neirby prints. 2Hr.
EGOS Market firm; good demand; Penn
sylvania and other nearby firsts, free raaaa.
19c at n ark; current re-lpts In returnable
lasea. iNc ut uiarK: current receipts, west
erus, fr-e cams. 18c t.t naik.
CHEESE Market steady, fair demand.
rtow mm iuii vrf.iiia, cnoice, iic; la
to good, IK1II4C.
LlTerpovl Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, July I. WHEAT 8 Dot No
t red western winter easy, 7a 24d; No. I
California, quitu. is va; lutures. quiet
July. 7s id; S.Vtember. 7b 14d; December
7f Id.
CORN Spot. flrm new American kiln
dried. s IHkd. old American mixed. 6s 2Vd
futures, quiet; July, 6s 64d; September, 6s
1V- '
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 8 WHEAT July
i.ir. repiemuer, -sc; io. 1 nam,
No. 1 northern, $1 12S: No. 3 northern
41 ie; No. 8. ll.06S91i.
HRAN Millers quoted bran at $1800.
FIjOCR Uulat: first patents. to.Kai,53
second patents. $5.3u6.46; first cloais, $4.&
(04. to; second clears, $3.&0rl.8U.
Peerln Market.
FEORI A, July B.-CORN-Flrm: No.
yellow. 76c; No. 3 yellow, 76c; No. 3, 7ic
NO. 4. tic; no grade, 7ia73c.
OATft-Cncbangsd; No. white. 624flttc
iu. mniie, n.c.
WHISKY 11.36.
Dalatk Grain Market.
DLLl'TH, July I. -WHEAT No. north
jrn. el 12: Nu. J northsrn. UM; Jul
OATn 4S-
Teleae- Bred Market.
TOLEDO. July 8.-8EF.D8-Clovef. Oe-
'"T. (i an; ieeiiirwr. $7 u: March. a7.C7Vn.
AUiks. August, I7.8U..
1S
inn 2T r
l'O i4
4.1W sn 4't
m) 10;4 101
t4.0 HV 8l4
12714 127
auo
37
101
31H
17H
(0
ion,
1H
8,1'10
4.100
3O0
800
2.600
4S4 42
91 S3
92 81 H
89 8S4
t.JOO 60 401
6,700 na4 124
100 26 :
300 r 96
MO 19!i 19S
5,200 42H 41 S4
1.000
l.aoo
6tx
1110
84
24
S5I
20
311
21
too lafii 194
11.2'MI 114V, 133
8.100 -"4
6,3 134H 12
10O V
tOO 31V.
U4
31
Amilgamatetl Opper
Am. c. at r
Am. c. a- r. Dfd 8"0 ll
Am. Totton Oil 1.700 31
Am. H. A U pfd
Am. Ice Securities
Am. Llnawd nil
Am. Locomotlre
Am. Ijoromotlve pM...
Am. 8 A R
Am. 8. R. pM
Am. 8ur Refining...,
Am. Tolmcco pfo
American Woolen ....
Anaconda Mlnlug Co..
Atchison
Atchlxon pffl
Atlantic Coast Line...
Kaltlmore A Ohio
!l. I. A Ohio pfd ,
Brooklyn Rapid Tt
Canadian Pacific ,
(antral Leather
Central Ueath pfd...
Cautral ol New Jeraar
CbMapeaae A Ohio...
Chlcaso OL W
Chicago A N. W
C. M. 8t. P
C., C. O. it- L. ...
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Southern.
Colo. A 80. Ut pfd...
Colo. A Bo. 3d pfd....
OonaolldaUd Oa
b.l. A Hudn l.K "3 1,1
Danrar A Rio uranaa.
I) A R. O. pld
Distillers' Securities .
Erie
Erie let pfd
Erie 3d pfd
Oncrai Electric
Ol. Northern pfd
(It. Northern Ore ctfl..
llllnota Central
Interlmrounh Met
Int. Met. pfd
International Paper
Int. Paper pfd '-"a
Int. Pump
loa' Central
Kanaaa City 80 ;..-. JJ
K. C. 80. pfd .'" "'-n
Iv.ul.vllle & N 1.300 1
Mulcan Oentral -j-
Minn. A 81. Loula ff" ''
M-. it. P- A - B. M TOO 11 H 111
Mlaoourl Pacific J-JjW JH
M.. k; a T O0 3
M , K. A T. pfd
National Iead ....I...
New York Central...,
N. Y . O. A W
Norfolk A Western...,
North American ,
Northern Pacific ....
Paclfio Mall
Pennsylvania
People'! Oas
P., C. C. A 8. b...,
Preaaed Stel tar...,
Pullman Palaoe Car..
l.ilw.. him SortDK
Heading 1'
Republic Steel J-
Republlo Bteel pin...
Ro8 Waiid Co
Rock Inland Co. Pfd.
St. U A B. F. 2d pfd
Bt. L. 8. W
o 1. a w nro
Bloheffteld 8. A 1 1.W0 Mt
ftouthern Pacific 14.70 814
80. Pacific pfd -
Bo. Railway
80. Railway pfd ,
Tenneaaae Copper .....
Teiaa A Pacific
T., St. L. A W
T.. 81. I. A W. pfd..
Vnloa Pacific
t'nloa Pacific pfd
I!. B. Rubber
II. B. Rubber 1st pfd..
V. B. Steal
l 8. Steel pfd
IT..K Cm,
Va.-Carollna cnemicai .... . -
Va.-Caro. Cham, pld jo 1
Wabaeh J2
Wabaah pfd J
Weatliifhouaa Slectrlo WO 66
Weetern (.olon ,
Wheeling A U E J
wiHMiniia (Antral
11
an
4
M14
t
tl
9
8K
49
1H3
28
96
too
4:s
'
1.600 164 155 1MH
B4.MU 136VS 137Vk
63
.t00 19H 2HUj 2s4i
1,100 321 si, ail
8110 Mis rH; o
400 6014 4!4 i"
3,400 127S 1214 "7
100 lKVi l"1 "
25H
46
3(44
1H
4
to 4
13
134 (
42
133S
US
i4
10
68 14
r4
lei
4
i'4.
t1
7
11014
61
Z.144
"44
1,000 48 14 4" 7 la
1.4O0 U' 1"4'4 106S
4.700 4114 41 414,
S00 10V, 704
.KO 43Vi 8JS
26. JO0 14V4, 139
l.doO 2h 264
11,(00 1KH U14t
6--0 ,!'.J 92
24
ftf'4
V
100 T5
1.4"0 80
4H0 168
) 38
117
18H
17
75
2814
1MS4
37
704
140 1.
93H
74
24
1544.
37 Vi
ll&'t 1164,
184, 1S
l.Oi 10
1.700
6, too
CHS
10
6414
87 4
-."4
17V
1
2614
1
4
64 14
fcTl,
4oO 11744 1'H 1"4
1.000 18 17l 1714
100 4414 44 44V,
2314 Z
!W 1T4
46 44
144 144
81 24
86 26 V
96 l
S '4
24,
to
46
1,800
100
400
106,400 lf-0
100 83
8 "1 26H
400 86 14
11T.S' 40',
22.700 108', 106V4 107H
&) 3414 34 1414
44
17
24V,
100
11V,
23
6Vi
"';4
17
14 4
Ill
Mia
66
4Vt
4k.
"'4
Total salea lor the day. 831.100 shares.
New York Money Mnrket.
vr.w YORK. July 8 MONEY-Prime
M.H.inin. T,annr. 3Wi4 rjer cent.
BTi-m.iMi HSXlllXSaa Steady, with
actual bualneaa In bankers' bills at $4.8HU5
for demana ana at n.aooii.io,u ior iy
hills- commercial bllla, $4.SBV.'ir4.86H.
81 LV BR Bar. 53V,c; Mexican dollars. 46c,
m iNl8 Uovernmeni. aieauy; ranrunu
'vTriNwrVnn rati, easv at lSrlVi Der cent
.iin m.ti 11. iH-r cent: cIosIiik bid 1'-
lr cent; offered at per cent. Tim
lians. oulet and ateaa; ; six'y days, 14
kfl per cent; ninety days, par cent; six
montho, J "4. per cent. .
Closing quotations on bonds were as fol
lows: . . .,.
..ius4 hock. vai. aa. 101
..IMS Int. Met. 414a. 47S
..100 L. A N. uni. 4a i
..10'V e.Man. e. s. 4a M
..12114 Mei. Central 4a US
. .122 '4 4o la tine 14
.. 72S al. A St. U 4a.... 80
..I06S M., K. A T. 4s. 97
.. at ed0 ta 83
.. 87 ti. R. R. of St. e 4s BIS
.. 1S T4. T. C. g 8Sa I
..1S (. J. C. g. 6a 121
.. 81 No. Paclfio 4a 101 s
.. MS do la J
.. 1 N. A W e. 4a I4S
..73 O. g. L. rfflg. 4a
..lu6 Peon. ce. 4 We 1916... Rli
..71 do eon. 4a M
.. 44V1 Raadlni gea. 4a...... 7
.. las Rep of Cuba 6a luVt
..looi.tit. L. A I. M. c. 6e..l7
V. 8 ret. 2a. re
do coupon
U. 8. ta, reg
do coupoa
U. 8. 4a, reg
do coupon
Am. Tobacco 4s...
do ia
Atchleea gen. aa..
ado ad) 4a
do ce. 4a
do ct. 6a
Atlantic C. U 4a.
Bal. A Ohio 4s...
do 3Sa
Brk. R. T. e. 4a..
central of Oa. ta
do lac lnc
do id lnc
do Id lnc
Thea. A O. 4Sa
Chicago A A. Sa-.. St. L. A 8. r. tg.
4a ... aa1, at. a. .b. v. c. b
la 6J', SeaboaH A. L 4a
16 So Pacific 4a.
6cS do let 4a
1. 94 S o. Railway 6a
. 44 leaa A P. la ...
. tl T . St. U A W. '
. to In ton Pacific 4a...
. I7S do ct 4a
. 9o t S Btael Id 6a..
. tos Wabai4l la
. 41 Weetprn Md. 4a
. 7t W. A L K. 4a...
W11 Central 4a
4a.
.... MS
... 67 S
... Mi
...
... s
...107S
..71
...U'l
... o4
...99
...10.IS
... 70S
... 4UJV.
1
C . B. A Q
C. B. 1. A P
do eol. 6a
do rfdg. 4s
ccc A Bt. L g.
Colo. lnd. 6s
t'olo. Mid. 4a....
Onto. A So. 4a ...
Del. A M CT. 4a.
tl. A R. O. 4a...
Erie p. I. 4a
do an. 4a
Japan 4a
do 4Sa
do td aeries
Bl. tillered.
Mew York Mlalnsjr tltocka.
NEW YORK. July 8. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Alias 3X ledllle Coo,
Utile Cniet .
Meiicaa
Ontario
(rphlr
Small Hopes
S'andard
Tel lew Jacket
tSN. Y. N. H. cerfa..U7
Breece
Bruoawlck Con. ...
Com. Tunnel etock.
Com. Tunoel bonds.
Oon. Cal. A Vs....
Hora Slier
.SO)
. I
.
.
lit
. 66
44
Iroa SilTer Hi
... 4
... 4
... 40
..460
..2WI
... 15
...171
... 26
Forelcn Financial.
l)NDON, July 8 Money waa In ooJ rt
maud In the market today, the over sub
scntied lunds or the Irish loan havinA nu
yet teen released. Discounts were steady
On the ato k exchange the American was
the best section, owing to favorable crop
ana iron ana airei iraae prnapeicta. B1U-B
orenel about parity ana were I'riull 1 aun
,-ortsJ until Wall sliest 0ntL .Nw lira
then sent fslr buylna: orders and p-r'c-
cloaed tlrm. In other directions tiulnes
waa dull. Cotisoia hard.-ned a fraction
Homo rails dropped, hut furelarners. espe
cially Risslan and Japanese bonds, wrr
steady.
ItKRLIN. July . Trires on the Roren
today Bnerally were firm, especially In the
nee 01 rentea.
I AHIS. July 8.-Pr1ces on the Bourse to
day aire firm.
Boston Mocks and Roods.
POSTON. July 8. Money call loans,
per cent; time loans, IIMS ner cent.
Closing; quotations on sinks and bonds
Atrhirsn ad). 4a
do 4a
Men. Central 4a.
Atchlaon R. R...
do pfd
Boaion A Albany
Ponton A Maine.
Poetnn EleTated
N Y., N. H. A
t'nlon Pacific
Am. Arge. Cham
do pfd
Am. Pnes. Tube..
Amer. Sugar
Am. T A T
Am. Woolen ....
do pfd
Dominion 1. A 8.
Edienn F.lec. lllu.
Oeneral Electric .
Maaa. Electric ...
do pfd
Maaa. Uaa
tnlted Fruit ..
I'nlted 8. M. ...
do nfd
V. 8. Steel
do pfd
Adrenturr-
AJIouea
Amalgamated ..
Atlantic
Bid. Aiked.
87 Plnaham
.... t7 Cal A Heels....
.... Centennial
.... MS Oopper Range ..
MS Paly Wet
S0414 Pranklln
....131 llranby
. ... 1 Xl S lle linvale
II 1.H-, Man Mining ...
.1(1 Mlchlsan
. 24 Mnhtak
. 87 Mont. C. A C
. 4 old Dominion ..
127S Oa. eola
114S Parrot
. 21 Qulncy
. aa Shannon
. 184 Tamarack
.Ill Trinity
.135 t'nlled Copper ..
9 I'. 8. Mining....
4S C 8. Oil
ill, t'tah
1US Victoria
66 Winona
1R WolTrrlne
4044 North Butte
1 Butte Coalition .
, 414 Nevada
30 Cal A Anions..
874 Anaona Com. ...
14 Greene Cananea
60
.au
.. 2
.. 74
. o4
t'4
100
.. KS
,. ,
. en
.. o
. 87
1v
,.
. 8T
. 14
.. b4S
.. 13-,
. 7
, . V
. t
. 43
4
.. 6'4
. .13)2
. T1S
,. 2V
. u
.111
,. it
.. 1044
Trenanrr Stntement.
WASHINGTON. July 8-Today's stati.-
mint of tin treasury balances in the aen-
eral fund, exclusive of the $15il,0i0 lOU gold
rf-erve. shows:
Available caah balance, $231.75.577. Oold
coin and bullion. $i8.447.. Oold certifi
cates, $31,901,275.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steen Barely Steady, Cows
Active and Fully Steady.
HOGS SELL TEN CENTS LOWES
!keen nnd l.r-mha Ktendy to I.orrer,
wltk Kverf Ihlnc In for Reason
So ornfeda ot t ense'
inenre on ale
8V. lit OMAHA. July 8. 1?.
ReceiDts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday 1 4
Otfic al TLiesdny 1.2 .-9
tsliiiiRto Wednesday .... 1.4o
Three days tlils week.. 4,9
Pnine Ca.vs hist w eek 7.47 t
Hume da. s 1 weeks ago.. 8.li.2
Mime days 3 weelta ago.. t.V 'i
Sunie (Jays 4 weeks ao..l4,lH0
Fame days last yor 9.S.16
The following table shows the receipts o.
cattle, hotis and aheep at 8fUth Umaha
for the year to date, compared with last
3.M.S lli'O
4f4 n.OW
H. 4,ini
1,53 12,, Si
2;.;ii 11. im
1.4, 0 1S.K-2
411,, li U.i.6
2r..4 9.7k
QUR BANKING CREED
To socure the absolute safety of ovory dollar of
fund ontnistod to tho caro of this Hank.
To anticipate tho requirements of our depositors,
and at all times to give them faithful, prompt and
obliging service.
To develop resources, and assist our clients in
every way consistent with sound and prudent
banking.
(0
CO
0-0
year;
Cattle
Hora ,
Sheep
4li44
1.I-4S.M3
71,0.G
19"7.
BW.fil
l,;i.i.(C'tl
8;,N)i
Inc.
lh3,U7
Pec.
135.517
iL'2.ir'.i
At. Lonla General Market,
6T. IXUIS. July 8. WHEAT Firm ;
track, No. 2 red caah, !Mi9:c; No. 2 hard,
$l.iKiriI (; September, Wtc; December, 90o.
(..UKIS Weak; trat-K, io. casn. 7iyiiT6v,c;
No. 2 white. 79Wg&e; September, 71Tc; De
cember, &ttc.
OATS Weak: tracK, No. z cah. 3t4c:
No. 3 white, 53V4c; B-ptmbr, 4tvc. '
Kl.UCK uuli't; red winter patents. $4 4V
ifH.; ertra fancy and straight, $3.8i&4.X;
clear, $3.26'et3.0.
SIlKD Timothy, steady; $3.0113.50; new,
$3.75
c irnmkaIj Steady: $3 60.
BRAN rTrm; sacked, eaat track, $1.01
1.02.
HAY Timothy hla-hcr; prairie steady:
timothy, $9.0114.00; prairie, $lo.Oiail.00.
IRON Ctrl TON TltiS $1.00.
RACJUINU7c.
H KM H TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady: Jobhlnir.
$15.S7V- Lard, steady; prime steam, 4Vs2i3
9.00. Dry salt meals steady; boxed extra
shorts. $9.2b: clear ribs. IV.12'A: Hhort clears,
9.50. Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts,
$10.1:14; clear ribs, flO.uu; snort clears,
$10,371.
pol LTRY Dull ; cnickens, 4c: spnns;s,
li(16o; turkeys, llgi3c; ducks, 7c; geese, oc.
Hi; 1 rjiK wobkj creamery, lMyic.
EGOS Steady at 13V case count.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 4,0t) 10,000
Wheat, bu 64,(i0 61,001
Corn bu fti.OnO 59,u(0
Data, bu 2.OiO t4,OU0
The following table shows the averass
prlco of hogs at South Omaha for the laat
teveral days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1908. 1907.19y6.;i9n6., 1904. 19o3.
6 14 8 ! 7 M
t Hi 7 66
6 11 6 7 '
6 11 6 M 7 66
5 131 6 ) 7
6 lt 5 561 7 M
6 Bl 7 61
J'ine 27..
June
June 29..
June 30.
July
July
Julv
July
July
July
July
July
1...
...
4...
6...
...
7...,
8...
6 82, A 43
6 8i 6 44
$ 2 6 47
I tl 46
6 94 I
& 84, S 48
6 S-'l
6 30
6
6 IT 1
5 23
KM
e
I ITS
s om
6 9S
0 97
6 Of,
5 79 6 4 5 25! b 2f 7 6
S 171. H :a H l:'l 5 2fi 1 5 27 5 6i
24 I 8 4-Si B 26 6 19 5 49, 7 7b
6 15V 5 74 I 5 29, 6 17 6 39 ! 7 82
6 76 6 4S B 29
Sunday. "Holiday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today hv each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. SheopH'r's.
C. M. & Pt. P. Ry... 4 3
Mlss-iurl Pacific Ry..
I nlon Pacific R. R...
C, & N. XV., cant
, & N. XV.. west
C, St. P., M. & O....
C, H. Q. Hv., cast.
C. H. & g. Ry., west.
C. R. I. & P..
Chlctia-o Qt. W.
west.,
Ry..
2 A
7 37 ii 13
2 2 .. 1
3 BS .. 2
11
1 1
S 6
3 2
2 .. S
S 3
63 130 17 23
Total receipts
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing; the num
ber of head Indicated:
CatMn. Hoes. Sheep
R14
SM
1.71K
613
Wool Market.
BOSTON. July 8. WOOLr-Receluts and
shipments are larger In the local wool mar
ket and trading is rainy active. 1 tie tea
turo ia the aood movement In supplies to
arrive In fleeces and staple territory. Lead
ing weatorn prices follow: Kentucky, In
diana and Missouri, three-eighths blood,
iitjl.tlc; quarter blood, 23f(25c. Texas and
Ueorgia, fine 12 months old, lWilzoc; line tt
to 8 months. lErffllSe; fine fall, 144) 15c;
Georgia and -Lake. 30(i:ile. California,
northern choice, nlSc; northern average,
16frl7c; middle county, 138140; southern, 11
4il2c; fall northern,- llf&!2c; fall southern,
Dei'Hc. Oregon, eastern io. 1, April, 17iftl8c;
eastern No. 1 clothing, lo'ijhic; eastern
average, 14S15c; valley. No. 1, 17tijl8c.
Scoured values: Texas, fine 12 months,
6i62c; fine 6 to 8 months, 4ti(i4Sc; fine fall,
4-i43c. California northern, 4Jfo45c; middle
county, 37fuSc; southern, 87t&3Hc; fall free,
SKr36c. Oregon, eastern No. 1 staple, Bti'ij
5hc; eastern, No. 1 ololhing, 4ttoc; valley.
No. 1. 3S4I40C. Territory, fine staple. 55
67c; fine medium staple, 50Ji62c; fine cloth
ing, 40'tftiOc; fine medium doming, uvu-isc;
half-blood. 50(5 5c: three-elnhths blood, 46
rg-4Mc; quarter blood,. 43tt45c; pulled extra,
6t'i'rn67c; fine, BOyfic; A-supers, 44(34Bc.
BT. UH1S, Jtiiy . Winily-Wlliei;
medium grades combing and clothing. Ih'rp
2rtc; light fine, lfWrltic; heavy fine, lUgTJc,;
tub washed, 20g27c. .
Metal Market,
NEW YORK. July 8.-METALS-Most of
the foreign metal markets were firmer to
day. Tin advanced at 2M on spot to 127
day. Tin advanced Li 2a on spot to 127
don. The New York market was also firm
and higher, spot closing at $28.G0t(fJ8.12i4.
Ixiudon copper advanced aa, closing at e.li
los on spot and 50 2a 6d for futures. Lo
cally the market was steady, but un-chana-ad:
lake. $l2.75'u,12.8Ttt: electrolytic.
$12.5012.62k and casting. $12. 2512.50. Lead
advanced to 12 IBs In London, and ruled
quiet and unchanged at $4.42H'f4-7Vi In
New York. 8pelter was unchanged at 18
In London, and at $1.40cr4.50 locally. Stand
ard fundry Iron In lxindon Was unchanged
at Oa 6d, and Cleveland warrants lVfed
lower at Bis. Locally the market was quiet
and unchanged. No. 1 foundry, northern,
$16 50&17.00; No. 2 foundry, northern, $16.75
(&'18.25; No. 1 foundry, southern, and No. 1
foundry, southern, soft. $1.5vjn7.2B.
ST. IOUIS, July 8. METAIS Lead, dull
at $4.2714 Spelter, unsettled at $4.26H.30.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, July 8. OTTON Futures
opened steady; July, 9.40c; August, 9.27c;
October. .12c; December, 8.97c; January,
8.93c; March. 8.93c.
Futures closed steady; July, .38c; August,
.3Bo; September, 9.31c; October, 9.17c; No
vember. .02c: December, 9.03c; January, 9c;
February, 9c; Murch, 9.09c.
GALVESTON, July 8.-COTTON-Lower
at 11c.
Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 11.20c;
middling gulf, 11.45c. No sales. ,
ST. IU1S, July 8.-COTTON-D'ill; mid
dling, HHc. Sales, none; receipts. 316 bales;
shipments, B3K hales; stock, 14,992 hales.
NV:W ORLEANS, July 8. COTTON
Spot ,easy. Sales. 550 bales. 'Low ordinary,
6Vtc, nominal; ordinary, 7 B-16c, nominal;
good ordinary, 8c; low middling, 10c; mid
dling, 11c; good middling. 117-16c; middling
fair. 1115-lSc; fair. 12 9-16o. nominal. Re
ceipts. 1,014 bales; stock. 69,457 bales.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. July 8 COFFEE Market
for futures had a steady opening, wltu
prices unchanged, and there was no chan)
until toward midday, when a selling move
nient against firm offerings aa well as
local liquidation hy tired longs promote',
a decline of practically 6 points. Demand
was local without particular feature. Cabl. t
from Europe were disappointing and from
Hrazll about as expei ted, with primary
receipts regarded as full. T"he close was
barely steady nat unchanged to 6 points
lower, with sales of 23, Too bags. Including
July at 6,(6c, Auaus'. and September at 6.1O1'.
December at 5.fM March at 6.00c, May and
June al 6.06c. The pit market was qui.- .
Rio No. 7, 6 S-l&c; Santos No. 4. K4,c. Mild
coffee market quiet; Cordova, 9l2Vc.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
NEW YORK. July 8. EVAPORATED
APPLES -The market remains unchanged,
with the undertone steady. Fancy were
quoted at lutt'luSc. choice at 81&90, prime at
S'a'XTi.c and common to fair at 6Vari6ic.
DRIED FRl'ITS The 1'ibhlng demand for
prunes Is limited, quotations ranging from
Sril'lSc for California and SWc for Ore
gims. Apricota are pretty low In stork,
with but little selling pressure. Prices re
main steady, with choice quoted at ltftilO'c.
extra choice at HftllHc and fancy at 12t
13c. Peaches are unchanged, with choice
quoted at SSfinc, extra choice at 9i'.iie,
fancy at l'folc'c, extra fancy at liVtfllc.
laiar nnd Molaasea.
NEW YORK. July 8 SCO A R Raw.
firm. Fair refining. 3.V4iX91c; centrifugal,
94 teat, 4.89a4.'tc; mo'av-es sugar, S.Mff
3 67c; refined, ateady. No. i, 6 Out-; No. 7.
4 9'ie; No. f. 4. (); No. 9. 4.15"; No. lJ,
4.75c; No. 11. 4.10o; No. 12. 4 6i; No. 13.
4K-; No. 14. 4.55c; confecil iners' A, 57-c;
mould A, 5.26i ; cut luaf G.20". ciushed,
(.lic; powd-red, 6.50c; granulated, &40c;
c .lies. 6 I4.
MoLASdKS Quiet ; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice. 2sj4.'c.
h FIRST NATIONAL MM
el
OF OMAHA
Thirteenth and Farnam Streets
rj Oldest and Largest Dank In Nebraska
2 v
Omnha Packing Co 270 1.177
Swl.'t & Co 3'W 1.S27
Cudahy Packing Co 66'- 1,4l'J
Armour ft Co Ml 2.744
Swift. Kansas Cltv "i
Hohwartschlld & S 1,664
W. I. Stephen 63
Hill & Son 40
F. P. Iewls 30
J. P. Root ft Co 81
J. II. Rulla 7
F. G. Inghram 1
Ijehmer Pros 2
Rrltton 219
Roddln 237
Irfiyton Packing Co 22S
Kr?y Pocking Co 476
St. Louis lnd. Pk. Co 84
Other buyers 90
Totals 1.622 9.968 4.0S7
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were again
very light this morning, only fifly-elght
cars being reported In, the most of them
fed steers and cows. There were only a
ery few loads of westerns on sale.
Tne market on beef steers was slow and
Cull throughout. The offerings were not
b rge enough to create ar.y Interest or en
thusiasm among the buyers, who seemed
to feel rather weak on account of advices
from other points being none too good. At
the same time salesmen seemed to feel
that they were entitled to good, strong
prices on account of the light run, and
hence were Inclined to hold on for the laat
cent Dossible. Thus It hannencd that the
trade was dull, as noted above, with nol
evidence of life or snap any where. Still
firlces did not show very much change,
telng steady to possibly a little easier In
spot?. There were three Cars of fed steers
good enough to bring $8.10.
There were all told only about twenty
cars of cows and heifers in Bight, but the
demand was good and 'there was a little
more life and activity to the trade on tha.t
kind of cattle than on heef steers. The
prices paid were fully steady with yester
day and the offerings as a rule changed
hands In v'i v l air season.
Sl'-ckcrs and feeders were In ery light
st.pplv, Uiere lelng hardly im-uah to make
a market. The prices paid looked about
ttiaoy with yesterday
yuoiatioita 0:1 cattle: Uood to choice
coinfed steers. $7.2S'n8 .10; fair to good corn
fed steers, $i..i ji7.26; common to fair corn
fed steers, $l.7.Mi6.vo; good to choice cows
and hi lfers. (I .V ii.i.tnj; f.ilr to good cows and
heifers, a.7f.'ri-4.;'; common 10 lair cows and
helfera, $2 tn3 75; good to choice Blockers
and feeders, $4.unfeB,uU; fair to good stockeis
and f.-eders, $3.7fi!ti-t.5i; common to fair
stockers and ftcders, $3.1IK'B3-7i; slock heif
ers, $1 73 11 3. 35.
IUXJ8 Hogs oined a flat 10o lower this
morning and the trade waa slow t the
decline, closing still weaker. This means
that the hogs sold largely at $S.12Mii$.l.'s.
with good loads running up as high as
$6.22'. It will be remembered that yester
day itogs aold very Inrgely at $; 22Vfli.271A.
with a top at Vi.an. Prleea have been tend
ing steadily upward ever since Wednesday
of luat week, today being the first setback.
Still, after allowing for today's decline the
market was about 20c higher than one week
ago.
SHEEP Today's receipts consisted of
seventeen cars, practically all of them
from the Idaho and Oregon range. The
market waa not h active aa yesterday,
them being leas life nnd snap to the trade
whllo there was an undertone of weakness.
Still moat everything sold In very lair
season In the morning. The prices paid
worn anywhere from stoady with yesterday
to a little lower. Idaho wethera sold as
high as $4.00. with Oregon wethers up to
$3.K0 and with qulto a string of yearlings
at $4.10.
Quotations on range or grass sheep and
lambs: Uood to choice lambs, $ii.2fi(iti'i.75;
fair to good lambs. $5.50146. 2fi; feeding
lambs. $l.2Mi6.00; good to choice light year
lings, $4,2644.50; good to choice heavy year
lliigs. tl.oyol.lB; fair to good yearling, $3.85
i4.25; good to choice wethers, $Xi64r4.00;
fair to good wethers, $3. 2!V?i 3. 75 ; good to
choice ewes. $3.603.75; fair to good ewes,
$3.oon'i73 .50; culls and bucks, .2.003.00.
Representative sales:
No.
436 Oregon withers
43i Oregon wethers ,
T.13 Oregon yearlings
2f,7 Oregon yearlings
iU Iduho yearlings, culls..
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KANSAS CITY, July 8 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6.600 head, including 1,400 head
southerns. Steers steady to 15c lower; top.
$4.1.6; cows strong to K'o higher; choice ex
port and dresso-l beef steers, $ i .fiiKoSOi;
fair to good, I4.76S6.60; western steers. $4..nl
j6.80; stockers and feeders, $1.0'u6 05;
southern steers. $ (. iOq CM ; southern cows,
$2 2.V'3.tj0: native cows. $2.0miifi.n; native
heifers. $3.2o!(5.7B; bulls, $..76(i4.2j; calves.
$.1. 56.25.
HOfJS Receipts, 12.000 head; market 10e
to 2'V lower; top. $6.,"0; bu'k of sales, $6.3hr
6.35; Heavy, $i.4ytf.'u; packers and hutrherv,
'd'.i'i. : lirhi. $j.2" V; p'gs. 3.(K.;-6.
SHEEP AND LAM71R ReeelDts, 6 OX)
head: eheon steady; lambs, 16c to 25c lower
lambs, $4.5tV56.50; ewes and yearlings
i'4.40; Texas jearllngs, $4.50ia6.2B; Texas
t rei p. $J.5O"j4.10; stockcr and feeders, $2.;
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4IIICAOO 1,14,12 STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Lower Hogs Gener
ally Ten Cent Lower.
CHICAGO, July 8. OATTLK Receipt a,
about 17.0K) head, market easy to liftilfto
lower; steers, p; 8iniiK.25; cows, $2.754ie.&0;
heifers, J4.Wniii.wu; bulls, I4.5iku6.25; calves.
$5. 4 "it 6. 26; stockers and feeders, i:t.75'n6.15.
1KK1S Receipts, about 3fe.(Xi0 head; msr
ket generally 10c lower; cluilce hea.vy ahlp
ping, $6.0tM,j)l.70; butchers, $ii.6u4j6.70; light
mixed. $.;-o0.40: choice light. $6.40(1)41.66;
packing, $6.76'4l.jO; pigs, $4.60tfi.00.
SIIKKP AND LA MRS Receipts, about
15,0110 head; sheep, $4.00404.50; lambs, $i Ck.kJI
7.25; yearlings, $4.5ru6.6o.
St. I.onla l ive Stock Market.
ST. LOCIS, July R CATTLE Receipts,
5.1!i9 head. Including 2, HI 5 head Texans;
market Bloody to strong: native shipping
and export Bteors, 4.uii'u,s.00; dressed beef
and butcher steers, fci.ati.ii 7.6o; steers under
l.nuO lbs., $3 5ij4 6; stockers and feeders,
$2.75U-l.5o; cows and heifers, $2 4(Vt(,76; can
nera. $1.2.(!i'2.2S; bulls, $2.6O'it).00; calves,
$2.50tjifi.50; Texas and Indian steers, $3.00n
4. On; cows and heifers, $1.5tX&4.35.
HOttS Receipts, U1.8M) head; market. 10
15c lower; pigs and lights, $4.4Oii40; pack
ers, M3 I'.'nV.ju; butchers and best heavy,
$6. 5tili. 62 Vs.
Kloox City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. la.. July 8. (Special Tele
rram.) CATTLE Receipts. 600 head; mar
ket ateady; beeves, $tf.00(i4l.l0; cows and
heifers, $4.50Hi.75; feeders, $4.OtK3i6.0O; calvea
and yearlings, $3.75ig4.76.
HOUS Receipts, 6,600 heart; market loo
to 15c llwer; range, $5.966.20; bulk, $4,061$
6.15.
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Stock In Slant.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets vesterdev:
(.at tie.
South Omaha
filoux City .,
Kansas City ,
St. Ixiuls ,
Chicago
1.400
. 6O0
. 6.600
. 6.109
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Hogs. Sheep.
9,ri0 4,000
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12.IVK B.(K0
10. WO 4,615
$8,0(10 16,000
Total $0,799 65 491 28,646
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Oils bb4 Rest.
OIL CITY, July . OIL Otedlt balances.
$1.7$. Runs, t M bbla.. average 159 716 bbls ;
shipments. 1&3.S32 bbls., aversge 172.346 hi. Is.
SAVANNAH. July $.-OILTurpentine.
firm. tuc.
ROBIN Firm Sales. $.750 bbls. Quote:
A. B. C. $-' 80u2.5; D. $3 10; E, $3 20; F. $3 63;
G. $3 2t; H. $3.80; I, $4 10; K, $5.25: M. $5.70;
N, $6 25; W. Q , $6.45; XV. XV.. $6 60.
Mlleeaebre tirala Market.
MILWAI KEE, Julv t -WHFAT-Flrm:
No. 1 northern, $1.1 .' y 1 IU: No. 2 northern
$1 12al 14; Eeptenuwr. H,'iv,c. bid.
BARLEY Lower; No. 2. (Sc; sample, &;.
7c.
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A few points about the company:
It was organized in 1809 with a capital of $110,000.00; it now lias
a paid in capital of $1,000,000.00.
It owns and operates nearly 100 elevators, including large terminals
at Missouri Valley, Ia., South Omaha, Lincoln and McCook, Neb.
These elevators have a total stowage capacity of about 3,300,000
bushels and during the last year about 10,000,000 bushels of grain was
handled.
The eorjioration owns the controlling interest in the Updike Lumber
& Coal Co., capitalized at $100,000.00,
It owns the controlling interest in the Updike Milling Co., capitalized
for $50,000.00, which operates a flour mill in Omaha, with a daily capac
ity of 000 barrels. ,
It owns the controlling interest in The Updike Commission Co., cap
italized for $25,000.00, through which it sells its grain at a great saving
of expense in selling charges.
The last annual statement of The Updike Grain Co. showed assets of
$1,680,001.88.
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