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twit mr.vHA DAILY BEEt SATURDAY. AUGUST 1, 1908.
tRAlS AND PRODUCE MARKET.
Lirerpool Fails to Respond to Adrance
and NerYftussess Results.
VALUES 8TAST 60FJ. CLOSE LOW
Heary- Argent la a Shlpaaeats Caased
I.orr Lltcrysgl Market 4
Gala of Thursday Waa
OMAHA. July . 1.
Owing to th failure of Liverpool and
other lortlgn markets to respond to the
domestic advance eaterday aome nervoue
' ness developed and values were aoma
sol tar during th early part of the session.
Lsier a firmer feeling existed dua to light
offering of wheat ami the general bulliah
feeling among corn traders and prices were
forced lower again at th clusa.
Wheat became nervous shortly after the
spelling and selling caused values in break.
Heavy Argentina shipments caused lower
I Liverpool and foreign markets and the
' gain mad by our domestic market yesler-
usy was lost. July wheat opened at 87V:
and closed at 661.
Corn held steady after a alight loss early
owing to ths weaknesa shown by wheat.
' Crop conditions are somewhat bullish from
soma localities and reports are to tha of
1 feet that the growing crop la deteriorating.
Values were stead v but unchanged at the
i close. July corn opened at TlVfcc and closed
, at 71Hc
Primary wheat recelpta were 1.048.000
bushels and shipments were 7!,000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 9S8.000 buahcla
and shipments of 637,vo bushels.
Corn receipts were 360,0(10 bushels and
shipments JK'iflO bushels, against receipts
. Inst year of SM000 bushels and shipments
of 624. (0 bushel.
Clearances were 1,000 bushels of corn,
none of oats.-and wheat and flour equal
; to 134 000 bushels.
Liverpool closed Vd higher on wheat and
i1 lower on corn.
Spahoard reported 80,000 bushels of wheat
taken for export.
mcai rang or options:
- ' j
Artlcla. Open. Hlgn. low. Close. Ts'y.
July... R7 tn Ml 86 S7H
Bept... 8H 85'il B54 SfW
Corn ( 'II
July.,. 711 ....1 T1H 71H
Bept... 72 71 71 71 72
reo.... 6M I 68V bRi
Oats I I I
Bept.,. K 43" tZVfcl 2k 42
May... 44S 44fcl 44 4 4H
Omaha, Cask Price.
WHFAT-Nn S hard. 87 '(nv ; No. I
hard. R&ifRfic; No. 4 hard. 80g2c.
CORN-No. i. 71Hg2e; No. 8, TH4a71c;
No. 4. 707OHc; No. 3 yellow, TW&TiKc; No.
I white, 74Vjc.
OATS No. S white, old, 60c; No. 8 whit
new, 47j47V4c: No. 4 white, old, 4!St49Hc:
No. 4 white, new, 4rV3f7c.
RYE No. S, 7a&74c; No. S, 7C7lc.
Chicago 2S 213
Omaha- ........Hi2 23
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of tke Tradlnar and Cloalaa;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, July Sl.-Reallxlng on a lib
eral scale by longs csused weakness In
tne looal wheat market today, the Bep-
tember. delivery closing at a net loss of
HWlc. September corn was off c and
September oata closed KU'Wc lower. Pro-
visions were a shade lower to 2Afofco
'the wheat Market opened easy and be
came weaker as1 trading progressed, the
close being almost the low point of the
dsy. Additional black rust reports were
received from the northwest, but many
advices were alao received claiming that
the new crop la now too far advanced to
be seriously Injured by the blight. These
denials of damage were chiefly responsible
ror tne Heaviness of the market, although
unresponsive cables, a slackening In ex
port business and a decline at Minneapolis,
helped to depress ' prices. September
opened hittc to 1fTHc lower at OOc to
Wc, advanced to 91Hc dnd then declined
to DU4iH4c. The close wss at M)4c. Clear
ances of wheat and flour were equal to
U3,7(J0 bushels. Exports for the week as
shown y Brarifltrvets -wwe ennnt - 3,606, -
OOj bushels; primary receipts wc 0 016,000
bushels, compared with 96t,0(i0 liu 'l the
corresponding day a year gj. Minneap
olis, Duliith and Chicago reported receipts
of 495 cars, against 438 cars last week and
33.! cars one year ago.
The corn market was irregular the
greater part of the day. The September
deliver was rather weak and distant de.
liveries firm. Commission houses and local
bulls were active buyer of the new crop
months because of crop damage reports
from Illinois. Indiana and Missouri. The
hesvlness of tha September option wss due
to selling by cssh houses. The weakness of
wheat had a depressing effect on the mar
ket In general late In the day and on the
whole, for the new crop months at The
close showed a alight gain, compared with
yentprday, the tone was barely steady. Sep
tember closed weak. September opened
Uc to Vc higher at 74c to 76c. aold off to
740 and closed at 74ftc. lxcai receipt
were 213 cars, with 30 of contract grade-
. Oats were firm early In tha day, but
weakened on realising sales brought out
by the- slump In wheat. The volume of
trade waa rather small. September opened
Sa higher at 46c. advanced to 46Ha'46)a
and then declined to 44c. The close waa at
Usa-Hhko. Local receipt were 172 car.
Provisions were strong at ths outset be
cause of a 1620o advance In live hogs,
but the market eased oft later in the day
cn profit taking. At the close September
pork wns a shade lower at ii.7Etpl6.77H
lard. JSU5c higher at UM.'i; ribs,
JWW-.C higher at 8S.03W4ie.06.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
80 cars; corn, 134 cars; oats, 130 cars; hogs.
i'ie leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles. Open. Hlgh. Low. C1oe. Yea r
July SO 904 84 89HI 90S
Bept. ' SOTilJ 1 m 80 tj 90(91 tBi
aLtoc. W Vi tz K. kH
bDec. 93603 93 W 93 92 93(fi93H
July 76 77 76 77 764
8-pt. 74Wfb 75 7 4 74V 74V,
Deo. 1'-H63MWI 61 1(1H'0
May l'i61j til? 61 SlidOVa"
Oat-- I I
aJuly 63 f 66 61 51 64U
bJuly 62) 68 6P, 63
Stpl. 4b oto'ifW -44 44 vy 44,
Deo. 45 45 44 44 44
Sept. 16 90 16 00 15 76 15 TN, 16 77
Ocu 15 96 U 06 15 a 16 86 16 80
Sept. 9 66 9 6TH 9 62H 9 66 9 60
Oct. 9 dJVi 9 SW, 9 S 6, 9 5,4
Sept. 110 S 114 02 06 S 00
Oct. S 10 20 S 10 I S 10 1 07
No. 2. aOld. bNew.
f h quotation were as follows:
FLOCK Firm; winter patents, 14.60(3
4 bo; stralghta 83.8ati4.6; uprlng patants,
fc.41.ij6.tu. straights, Jt-Uweimi, bakera, iiTO
WIIEAT-No. 2 spring. 1.131.14; No. S
( OfiN-No, 2, liffTTHc; No. i yellow. 78
OATS No. 3. 6lc; No. I white, ne. 63c;
No. 3 white. Lew, 60(u6uo.
RYE No. 1 740.
UARLtV-Fair to choice malting, SltiteSc.
BtrJU Flax, No. 1 northwestern, 31. JS.
tKuVISlONS tlnort rms, inei (loose),
3.'4i U. Mess pork, per bhl.. lo.70(j
ls.76. Lard, per 1H) lbs., H.4i. Short clear
Bides (boxed), t9.0u9.26.
'ollowii were uio receipts and shlpmtnls
of Hour and grata:
.... 22.MI0 3u.0i
.... 6.O11O l.om)
.... 6.OU0 tow
W heat, bu
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was easy; creameries, 17 Wc;
dairies, 17$ 19c. Es, firm; at mark, cases
tnciuued, 1415t'; tusts. 17c; prime firsts,
30c Cheese, strong. UD lie.
t. Loal Ueaeral Market.
ST. LOUI3. July Sl.-WHEAT-Future.
lower: cash, firm: track. No. S red cash.
Cc: No. 3 hsrd. ltoMc; September, 8vc:
CORN Weak: track. No. S cash, 1MrQ
7c; No. 3 white. 7ft47V0; eVptember,
7ic, Iiecember, MSc
OATS Lower; track. No. S cash, SOtJolc;
No. 3 whit. 63U66cf September, iic, Do
FLOUR Vuiet; red wtntr patent.
It.ltj4i0. extra fancy and straight.
30ft4.1i; clear. 331698 0.
ettii- rimouiy. ateaay; s3.uotj3Wi
PRoVIbIONS Pork. tady; jobbing.
8K15. Lard, ateady; prim steam, 89 12
ftJT. Dry aall meats, steady; bua-a.
tr shorts, $STH; clear rlH 3SS7H;
hort clears. $9 76. Bacon, steady; hnxed,
xtra shorts. 110 II; clear ribs, 1126;
short dear, 310.82 V
mtAN-Wsak; sacked east track, 11.01
' 1 05
HAY-Steady; llraothy. 11.16.0; prsl-
rle, 0 10(10.
IRON COTTON TIES-SI..
FOLLTRY-Flrm: chickens. $: springs.
13c; turkeys, lslic; ducks. Te; geeee, So.
BUTTER-Bts.Ady; creamery. ifttfttc.
EGOS Steady; 14tte, rase ourt.
Flour, bbl liOno S.OO0
Wheat, bu. , lm.ono ST.onri
Corn, bu .000 SVOno
Data, bu ...110.000 33,000
WEATHER IX THE GRAI BELT
OMAHA. July II, 108.
The area of high preeeur reported mov
ing down over tne Mlsaourt valley Thurs
day, has extended over the upper lakes,
upper Mississippi and lower Missouri vsl
ieys ana eastern Rocky mountain slop.
int cool wave accompanying tne high
pressure has spread over the central val-
eys and la extending over ID lake region
this morning. A lower pressure, with ris
ing temperature, is moving down from the
northwest and will succeed the high Dres-
sure over the central valleys, causing
warmer weainer in tnis vicinity Saturday,
with fair tonight and Saturday, Bhower
occurred Since the preceding report In the
mountain and were scattered throughout
the valleys and heavy rains fell at points
In the wst gulf states.
Omaha record of temperature and ore-
cipltatlon, compared with the correspond
ing aay oi in last mree years:
1306 1807 19
Minimum temperature (1 64 A tt
Precipitation 00 .00 .30 .00
Normal temperature for today, 7f de
Excess in precipitation since March L
Deficiency corresponding period In 1807,
Deficiency corresponding period In 100.
I ll Inches. L. A. WBJLSH,
Cera aad Wkeat Reajtom Balletlxt.
For the twenty-four hours ending at S
. m.. 76th meridian time. Friday, July XI,
stations. Mas. Mln. fall. Sky.
Ashland. Neb M fct .01 Clear '
Auburn, Neb W) .00 Clear
Broken bow. Nab. 82 10 .00 Clear
Columbus, Neb... t W .00 Clear
Culbertaon, Neb.. 80 b0 .50 Cloudy
Falrbury, Neb.... 87 60 .00 Clear
Fairmont. Nrb... 82 M .00 Clear
Or. Island. Neb.. 13 U .00 Clear
Hartlngton. Neb.. 81 M .00 Clear
Haatings, Neb.... M M .00 Clear
Holdrege. Neb.... 84 U T Clear
Oakdale. Neb 80 10 .00 Clear
Omaha, Neb 88 61 T Cear
Tekamait. Meo... SJ .00 Clear
Alta, la It 66 .00 Clear
Carroll, la 83 66 .00 Clear
Clarlnda, la 89 67 .00 Clear
Bibley, la , 79 66 .00 Clear
Sioux City, la... Ml 64 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelr-hur
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of TemD. Rain.
Central. Station, lias.
Stations. Max. Mln. Inches.
Chicago, 111 26 94
Columbus, 0 17 93
Des Moines, la.... 14 88
Indianapolis, lnd.. 13 94
Kansaa City, Mo.. 31 93
Louisville, Ky 19 90
Minneapolis, Minn. 29 78
Omaha, Neb.. 19 84
St. Louis, Mo IS 94
The cool wave has spread over the west
ern and central portions of the corn and
wheat region and Is extending' over the
southern portion this morning. Heavy
rains occurred at points In Kansas and
light showers ocourred In the Omaha, Des
Moines ana cnicasro district.
Lj. a. willhh. Local Forecaster.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
(taotatloa of tke Day oa Varloa
NEW YORK. July 81. FLOUR Raoalnt
IS, Sou bbls. 1 exports, 8.000 bbls. Market was
quiet ana about steady; Minnesota pat
ents, sQ.aM3iD.jv; winter straignts, m.uwv
84.26; Minnesota bakera, I4.10W4.60; winter
extras, 6J.4uep3.tio: winter patent. 84.40O4.75
winter low grades. S3.80O8.60. Ry flour.
steady; fair to good, S4.lfcji4.50; choice 10
CUKNMBALr-Flrnt; fin whit and yel
low. U.GWU1.70: ooarae. Il.auai.ef: aim dried.
RYE Dull: No. 1 western. fOc: nominal
1. o. D. Mew xork.
WHEAT Receipts, 133,800 bu.: exports,
49,100 bu. Spot market easy: No. S red. Vo
rA.W, VIVTKWi, MIU WaV, I. O. Jh ,11V; I U,
no. 1 nam winter. i.tnv 1. o. o. afloat.
Sharp reaction took place In wheat today
on reports 01 neavy unioaaing at umcago.
a conviction mat rust news naa been
aggerated and disappointing export busi
ness, tne ciose snowing; (c loss. July,
S1.00e1.01; September. 98 9-lWWc. dosed
Kc; December. S1001.01 J-16, oloeed
Sl UiH. May cloaed at 31.02.
CORN Receipt. 6,375 bu.; export, tSOO
du. opoi marsei easy; ixo. z, stc, nominal,
elevator, and 85c,' nominal, f. o. b. afloat.
'the option market waa without transac
tlons, closing c net higher. September
Closed at t2Vo Snd December closed at 71 Wo
OATS Receipts, 26.600 bu.; exports, 8760
cm. spot mantel steady; mixed oats, w to
n ioa, tattle; natural white, 26 to 31 lbs.
tBjrooc: cupped white, 82 to 40 lb., Vff7Sc.
may Firm ; nipplng, 6DQdc; good to
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice
1907 crop, 4('8c; 1806 crop, gc: Pacific coast
wi crop, exgeo; is crop,
HIDES Firm; Bogota, 28a; Central Amer
PKOVlSIONS-Beef. auiet: family. 11676
017.60; mess, 314.6016 60; beef hsms. S28.009
u.w; pacset, sie.uuuiiaw; cny sxtra India
mess, w.uuqit.uu. cut meat, dull; pickled
Denies, n.ic0,u.ov; picxiea nams. 112.tovia.oo.
Lara, iirm: western, n.oimt. iu; rsnned, firm
continent, $1000; South America. 810.76: com
pound, S8 2S436.60. Pork, ateady; family,
I1S.01KJ18.60; short clears, S17.5u18.SO; mesa,
TALLOW-Steady; city (tl per naa.)
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra, 3
i rfpan, nominal.
. CHEESE Easy: state, full cream, soe
dais. UP4fil3i4c small, colored or white
fancy, 12c; large, colored or white, fancy.
11 c; good to prime, nxrilWtc; common.
roULTRT-Allv. firm; prln chickens,
16o; fowls. 14c; turksya, lie. Dressed
easier; western spring chickens, ltQAlc
tow IS, IMfVHC.
BUTTEK Kssy; unchanged.
EJGOS Irregular; western seconds, 160
Ksssm City (Srola aad Provisions
. KANSAS CITT. July Sl.-WHEAT-le
lower; July; Me; September, 84c: De
cember. 8Sc. Cssh: No. 3 hard 88W6c
No. 3 hard. 8360c; No. t red. 8SWc
No. 8 red. SM1M1'.
CORN-Uo lower: July. T7Hc: September,
ic; uecemner, abc. casn: No, I mixed
'8c; No. S mixed, 7mij73c; No. S white,
-c; jno. 1 wntte. 73OT3c.
OATS-lTnehsnged; No. 1 white, S066c
No. mixed, 61flf3c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, 39.604910(10
cnnice prairie, new, Wl iaWl 60.
FITTER Steady; creamery extra, tie
parking stack. Uc.
KQOS Steady to e lewer; freah extras,
uc; current recelpta, J(H-.
Wheat, bu rn.tvt sn.ono
Corn, bu 30 of in 10. 600
Oats, bu 14,000 4,000
Pklladelphla Fred are Market.
PHILADELPHIA. July SL Bl'TTER
Bteadv; fair demand; extra western cream
ry. !4c: nearby prints. Ke.
EGGS Firm: good demand: Penruyl
vanla and other nearby firsts, free cas-i
Sic at mark; current recelpta, returnable
cases. He at maik; western, current re
celnts. free esses. 20c at mark.
CKKKSE Firm: good demand: New
York full cream, choice, lS913o; ialr to
Liverpool Urata Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 31 WHKAT r-ot,
quiet and ateady; No. S red western winter.
7s 6d; No. 1 California, 7s lHd; future
closed steady; September, 7 d; DrerrA
oer. 7s a.
CORN Spot, firm; Amsrlean prim
mixed. 7s 2d; future, eloeed quiet; Beptem
oer, m ;a.
Mllwaakoo Arm la Market.
MILWAUKEE. July 31 WHEAT Firm
No. 1 northern, Sl.lStfl 14: No. 3 northern
Il llIM 12; September. oVc bid.
BARLEY Dull: No. 3. 70e: ssmnl 64fi68c.
CORN Steady: No. S caah. 7d-J8H; 8ep-
tamoer, ifo ma.
PFORIA. July . CORN-H'eher; No.
vellow T7Hc; No. 8 yellow, TTVc: No.
77 Wc: No. 4. T6c: no grade. i74c.
OATS Lwer; No. 3 white. joOc; K
I a line, v4tsuo; oo- I wane, a.
EW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Day's Desultory Speculation Centers
in Copper and Allied Issues.
MOVEMENT 13 WIDESPREAD
Dae to Marklagt Va of Copper la New
York aad I.oodon Goald Isaac
Rise oa Report of Flaaarlagr
of Issmedtat Need.
NEW YORK. July 31. Today's desultory
peculation centered in corper stocks sna
bares nf enmDsnle In allied Industries.
The effect on the genersl list wss distinct
but moderate, except for the lste bulge In
Reading. The feature of the market was
the earcltv nf stocks offered. Si thnt th
advsnrs were trade on comparatively Ugh'
ealinga. Thi was true even or tne coppi r
storks. In which the dealings were mot
ctlve. The price of the metal on marked
up asaln at the metal exchange and the
price of warrants In London rose sgaln. At
tne same time general aavices cnnwnini
the condition of the trade were of marked
Imnr.ivement. with reduction of stocks and
growing demand from consumers. Thers
were rumors In clrculstlon of the formation
of speculative poms to operate some of
the most prominent copper stooss. i ne
movement was wldespresd, atrecting Aina;
gated Conoer and Rio Tinto, the principal
forMrn producing company. Minor copper
Stocks moved in company, Dom on ine
stock exchange snd In the outelde market.
Anerican Smeltlns and National Lead
showed their usual close sympathy with the
movement with this group of securities.
The Interest shown In the rest ef the mar
ket was somewhat languid and lapsed In
the pauses of the buying of the coppers.
The Uould stocks were first to move
outside coppers. The snnouncement that
i revision had been made to meet the
88.000.000 obllgat'on on Wheeling and Lake
Erie notea, maturing tomorrow, gave some
strength to- the group, although the Im
pression remained strong thst the princl
pel benefits from this settlement will ac
crue to other properties. No authoritative
Information was forthcoming of the terms
which had Induced banking reiler ror the
Kl tuition, but It wsa supposed that the
Harrlman Interests were Insured some ad-
antave for their properties In the opera
tion of the Gould lines. This extreme re
ticence of all parties to the transaction
left room for aome doubts as to the ac
curacy of the reports in circulation, as this
accounted partly for the dullness and hes
itation of the trading. The Improvement
In condition of the cotton crop during July,
reported by the agriculture department was
a favorable factor, but It had been so
closely predicted In preceding private es
ttmatea that lltt'e Influence was felt
In the actual publication. Not much at
tention was paid to rust damage to wheat
in the Dakotas, the large offering nf
wheat for sale serving to discredit these
reports to sn extent. The departure
from Wall street of E. H. Harrlman
caused an Impression that an impell
ing force In much of the recent activity
was to be withdrawn. The developments
regarding the efforts of railroad to secure
an enhancement of their compensation for
errort, Reports or the special attention
being given by the attorney general to
complaints from shippers were taken to
carrying frlght were not considered of
noperui augury ror tne success of that
show a -likelihood of active opposition bv
the administration to the proposed ad
vances. The continuing of the injunc
tion granted by Judge Sneer sgnlnst the
southeastern rate Increases Indicated the
kind of obstacle likely to be encountered.
Development In the money situation were
Bonds were steady: total sales, par
value. M.J66.0OO, United BtlUes bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of sale and leading Quotation
on stocks war a follows-
!. Htstt. Law. OloM.
AatalsamaUd OoDoer 67. too
am. 0. A r 3.006
Am. 0. a r. pf
Am. Cotton Oil 400
Am. H. a L M
Am. Im 8curitln l.SOO
Americas Linseed Oil
Am. LoeomotlT ,.. 13,800
am. locomotive pta
Am. 8. A R
Am. 6. R. pfd
Am. Bucar Reflnlss....
3,too im in
Am. Tobaaco prs
Asacosda Mining Co
Atlantic roast unt.,..
Bal. aV Ohio. x-4lv....,
Bal. Ohio pM. n-4rr
Brooklya Rapid Tr....
I f tl 81 tlUj
4.400 174S .17144 171 U
300 17 V 87
Cantral Leather pfd...;.
Central ef Naw Jeraer . .
tjhaaapeaka a onte
Cblaaco Ot. W
Cle.ro N. W
C , M. A St. P
C. C, C. A it. L
400 4 J a
434 4.1 X
11,400 141 140
Colorado F A I t.oo ant,
Cnlorade A So poo 9114
Cole. A go. let pfd 100 (1
cole, a so. is pro , 400 51(4
Cera Products . .
KM) m llt 1SV4
ItAA 1S It lilt
Delaware A Hudann 1.1ft) 144 147U, 14H
OasTar A Rio Grande I no 17 17 7V
V. a it. o. pro ri t7
Distillers' Bacurltlaa, bid... 1.100 n
krla li.ioo i4
rla lat pfd 1,V) 41 '4
Brie 3d pfd II
Oeneral Electric, bid 100 141
Oreat Northern pfd 10.400 137
ot. Northern Ore ctti i.ino
t.4.10 142H 141
Int. Met. pfd
loe 11 11
International Paper ..
Int. Paper pfd
international romp .1 ',109 rt
Kansas city 80 TOO V14
K. C. So. pfd - 100 (7 4
LouUrllle A N....
Mwlcan Central ...
Mtnn. A at. L,....
1044 104)4 10
M . St. P. A 1. 8.
M 1.400 114V 11
Mlaaouri Pacific ..
M , K. A t
M . K. A T pfd...
National Lead ....
Naw York central
atmt 71 Tl 1i4
1H2K0 1014 107 H 104)4
N. T . O. A W 1.410 424
Norfolk A W 400 "I',
North American mo
t.100 14174 1404 141
12, MO lit 14 114 14
P., C, C. A St. L.
Preaard Steal Car....
100 15)4 I2V4
Pullman Palaoa Car..
Rallwaj 8uel Pprtnf W 45
Republic Steal pfd
Rock Inland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd ..
Si. L. A . r td pfd.
t. Louis a W
St. L I. W. pfd
8loaa-8aarheld I. A I.
So. Pacific pfd
80. Rallwar pfd
,14,00 lli4 117)4 111 '4
loo n tl J.t-4
Taiaa A Pacific
T . St L. A w
T . St. L A W. pfd
'0 4t4 4t
..lOJ.Mm in.', 14 15t( irH
t alon Pacific pfd too 1:
ti. a Rancor I M
V. S Rubber let pfd 1.7 7'
I'. 8. Steal 41.100 45
V. S. Steal pfd l.ooo lot
I'tah Copper t.V 4n,
Va. -Carolina Chasilcal 409 US
Va.-Caro. Cham, pfd
W.baali oo 1"4
Wabaah pfd IP l:a
acaiinahauM Electric 774
Wbeahni A L. S "0 10
Wlacanala Central loo US
Total aalaa for the day. lll.tuo aharaa.
Bostoa Stock aad Boada,
BOSTON. July 31. Money, call loans, at
2H per cent; time loans, 34V per cent.
lnslngvouotatlons on stocks and bonds:
. . fav-
Mas. Oatral 4a
Atcklaon R. R
Boatoa A Alhaay...
Boota A Maine....
H. V., N. H. A H
Am. Ar. Cham..,
A. Pnau. Tub
A smc. Suser .-.
Am. T I
A 01 Woolas
Dcaalaloa I. A ...
Kdiaon alec. Ills...
Oeaeral Electric ..
tlsltad S. M
r s. simi
. . 114 BlmOam
.. 0 aci. a Hecla
. . 1TH Copper Rang
.. , r.lr Waa
...1 Maaa. M.ains
..1U Mlrhlsan ,
.. 34 4 Mohawk
.. 1 Old Pominlos
. 111)4 Parrot
. . 14 Tamarack
.. 1 Trlaltr
.. Ia)4 tJaliad Copper
..lit V. S. Minim
..144,4 V. S. Oil
.. Iva t'uh
.. 41 Victoria
.. 14 winoaa
. .14 Wolv.rlne
,. 44 Kerth Butte
,. U Buue CmIiDo ....
.. H Kerada
. l' rl. Arliosa
... tt anaona Cora
.. iH Oroaae Caaanca ...
BERLIN. July SI. Trsdlng on th Bourse
todsy waa quiet and price were higher, on
the New Tork advances, and closed firm.
PARIS. July 31 Trsdlng on ths Bourse
today waa irregular.
WABHINOTON. July Sl.-Today's stste
msnl ef the treasury beianc in th gca-
eral fund, exclusive nf the tlir. sco 000 (old
reaerve. shows: Available eaah balances,
8XS.4AO.7; gold Soin and bullion, 36 KSl.lU.
Sold certificates, 3n4.KS2.S90.
report or Tim cLSaitna norsa
Inanactloni of Ike Aeeoplatoal Baahta
for tke Week.
NEW TORK. July Sl.-Bradstreet bank
rlearinss reDort for the week endlnc July
so shows an aifrerste nf U.3o,7KOAio a
against S3.661.OM.ftiO Isst week and 32.613.-
21 4 0u in the corresponding wrtk Isst year.
Followlnt is a list of the cities:
9fi 111,0c 0i..
, S3 J 0. 0..
10.3rl.oH . .
11 287 0 01..
9,T? 000 ..
B 1 1 lm re
7.S3S.0O1 ' 1T.9,
Washington. D. C...
4. TiM ,0-0
Salt Lake City
s. aw, 0061
Jacksonville. Flft ...
Charleston, B. C
Wilmington. Del ...
Kalamasoo. Mich ...
Fargo, N. D ,
flout h Bend, lnd...
Blnomlngton, 111 .,
Canton O ,
Jacksonville, 111 ....
Columbia, 8. C... .
, . 246.000
Not included In totals because contain
ing other item than 'Clearings.
Neve York MoaiW Market.
NEW TORK. July 31. MONET On call.
easy at lOl1 per cent; ruling rata, 1 per
cent; closing Old, 1 per cent; orrer4
Mr cent. Time loans, fairly firm a
sixty day, 3 per cent; ninety days, 3Vi per
cent; six months, 4 per cent.
PRIMH MERCANTILE PAPER -3HQ
M'1'fc.RLING EXCHANOB-Steady. with
actual business In bankers' bills at S4.Hti80
for demand and at 84-863 ror sixty-day Mils;
commercial Dins, M.4'D1 t.
SILVER Bar, oic; Mexican dollars. 46o.
LOND3 Government, steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds wsre as
follows: j .
V. 8. raf. la, rc. . . .IftIS Hock. Val. 44a.
do coupon 10144 Int. Mat. 4H...
do la. rex
..10 N. unl. 4 9'k
do coupon. ... .. ..
do 4a, rag
Am. Tobacco 4a....
Atchison Kan. 4a...
do adj. 4.
do c. 4
do ct. 6a.........
Atlantic c. I,. 4a..
Bal. A O Ma 4a...
do IVts ,
Brk. R. T. ct. 4a.
Central ol Oa. 6a.
..10c 'Man. c. s. 4a 4
..19)14 'Max. Central 4a. 2Vi
..ini do lat Inc It
.. lt!4Mlan. A St. L. to.. i
..107)4 M . K. A T. 4a r
.. M Jo la 84V
... eftt "N. K. R. of k. 4 41 1
... H N. T. C. f. IVa 11)4
...lorN. j. c. (. i 11114
... No. Pacific 4a l')u
... fj "do a 11
... M N. W. e. 4a 17)4
... it (. s. U rfds. to n
...li Pann. ct. Ivta .. 114
"do. lat Inc..
4.t 74 do cob. 4a luia
do id Inc
do Id inc
rhee. A Ohio 4ta
Chicago a A. lHa.,i
... to noadinx sn. 4a 7
... .vl Rcp. of ruba. to. ...104)4
insist. Li. m I. M. C. 61. .1'
ac-i St. L. S. r. 11. 4a. t
L., U. a (J. B. 4a.... 14)4 Bt. L. 8. W. C
C. R. I. A P. 44 ... a4 Seaboard A. L.
do col. 6a .dt aSo, p,rmc 4,...
do rfdg. to M. do lat 4a
' C. A St. L. t. 4a. 94 So. Rallwar ts..
Colo. Ind. &.
)4 '!' A P. la
Colo. Mid. 4a
Colo. A 80. 4a
Del. A H. ct. to....
D. A R. O. 4a
Erie p. I. to
do (cn. 4a.
do 2d acrlea
ii'i T . 81. L. A W. 4a.
11 t t'nlon Pacific 4a.
)t da ct. to
U V. S. Steel 2d 6a.
44 'J Wabaah la
4i Weetara Md. to...
71 W. A L B. to..
a)4 Wla. ceatral to...
LoaAoa Closlaaj Stock.
LONDON. Jjly 81. American securities
were steady in the early market with prices
4 to aDove me .-sew 101k closing of
linOon closing stocks;
Baltimore A Ohio..
fhraapcake A O
Ihlmo (1. W
Chi., Mil. A St. P
Ia Bcara ,
Uencr A Rio O
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
M , K. A T ...
S M. V. Central.
'S Norfolk a a.
. at dn pfd
. 4 Ontario a W
. 14 rcnritylvams
.Ct Raod Minea
. 44 Reading
7 Southern Kf
.Ill do pfd
. .. t
. . . m
.. Soulhno Pacific..
.. t'nlon Pacific
.. 2-i V, 8. 8lael
. . li'.a do pfd
.. !1 Wibiit
.. l'a do pfd
..14 fpamaa to
..lil Aatal. Capper
8II,VKH-Br, steady at t3S-ld per os.
MONKY-jl per cent.
The rate 01 discount in the open marke
lor snort hills Is 1-a 17-16 per cent; tor
tnree niontna diiis. )V4 per cent.
New York Mialag Stork.
NEW YORK, July Sl.-Cloalng Quotations
on mining stocks:
Com. Tunnel stock... 48
Com. Tunnal bend.. It
Coa. Cal. Vs Il
Horn Surer t
Iron SIItct at
I.litle Chief ...
Small Mopea ..
OMAHA. July 81 Bank clearings for to
any were iiij.im ss and ror the correspond
ing aai last year 91.IB.B1.U4.
agar and Melsaart.'
NEW TORK, July Sl.-SL-rjAR-Raw,
steady; 'air refining. 3.76c; centrifu
gal, 96 test, 4.26c; molasses sugar, 8 469
a sue. xvenne-oi sugar, quiei; ro. , .:vc
No. T, 4.c; No. 8. 4. Sue; No. 9. 4 Too; No
10. 4 86c; N). 11. 4 60c: No. 12, 6ic; No. 13,
4.00c; NO. 14, 4460, confectioner A. 6. loo
mould A, 6 Sac; commercial . loaf, 4.10r
crushed, 6c; powdered, 6-40c; granu'atcd.
rc; cur a, a 00c.
molashes Dull; Nw Orleans open
aettie, gouu to cnoice. z04zo.
Oil aad Haala.
NEW YORK. July 81. OIL Conntoniaed
barely steady; prim crude, nominal ;prlme
yeuow, 4Jc. retroieuoi ' steady 1 mined
New xork, 83.7U; Philadelphia and Bait I
more, 38 70; Philadelphia and Baltimore, In
bulk, 34 96. Turpentine, easy; 4oVac
ROSIN Quiet; strained, common t good,
CITIES. ' Clearlnr. Inc. Dee.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Very Light Ran ef Cattle, with Trade
E0GS SOX FULL FIFTEEN HIGHER
Stroavoo Price Uakt Not tack
rro Sellers, kat Prices
N . July tl. If-
Cattle. Hog. fihp.
Official Wednesday .,
Official Thursday ....
Five dava this week. ..18.371 23.741 89.SM
Sam days last week... .18.776 H.70 37.887
sme days 3 week ago.ll.so n.r'i
Sam days S weeks Ago. 8.1M 28 97T 30.167
Same days 4 weeks aco.ll.M8 43.811 19.192
Sam days Isst ear,...16. 43,144 l,i2
Tha following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, eompared wnn last
ear: 1808. 1907. Inc.
Cattle 4SS.174 834,039 18,8(
Hog 1.84M.M6 LKW.&2S 96,121 .... ..
Bheup 788,318 894,700 lfrt.881
The following tsbla shew the averags
price of hog at South Omaha for the last
several days. With comparisons!
Date. 190J. 1907.l90S.18Ot.19(H.19O1903.
I 32 T II
6 16 7 41
t 26 T 83
S 18 I 41
i 061 7 X5
S 451 S 61
S S3 S 68
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road waa: t
UBltie. riogs. aneep. n r e.
M. 6V St. P.
Union Pacific S
at N. W.. east 1
C. N. W.. west 8
St. P., M. O
B. A Q., east 3
B. A Q., west ll
R. I. A P.. east.... 1
C R. I. A P., west.. ..
Chloago O. W
Total receipts 31 66 17
The dlsDosltlon of the day' receipts waa
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ner nr nean inmcareo:
cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Omaha Packing Co
Bwirt and company
Ctidahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Cudahy P. Co., I'm K. O..
Vansant A Co
Carey A Benttm
Hill A Son
F. P. Lewis
Ind. Packing Co
St. L. Ind. Packing CO..
Frey Packing Co
Saylon Packing Co
Total 946 4.788 4.509
CATTLB-Recelpts of cattle thla morn
ing were very light, even for a Friday, and
there was not enough cattle ot any kind
to make a showing In the yards or a test
of the market. It was, in fact, a typical
Friday's market, slow and extremely auu
from start to finish. It was very evident
that packers did not care enough for ad
ditional supplies to make - much of an
effort to buy the few scattering loads, ap
pearing to think that they were not worth
bothering with. Hence it happened that
it was mors difficult to sail the tew cattle
here today than ordinarily to sell twice or
three times as many. The price paid
were anywhere from steady to possibly a
little easier on some loans than yester
day. This was true ot all kinds, both
steers and cows as well as feeders. -
For the week the market snows very
little change. It will be remembered that
all kinds of killers, sUers and cow alike,
hroka 1O0T16C on Monday. Th strength dis
played by the market y esterday and the day
before practically wipes out the decline.
leaving the market fully as good as It
was at the close of last week, or possibly
a little stronger on good kinds of fat range
steers. Fleshy feeders under the Influence
of the light receipts and better country de
mand show considerable improvement,
being around V&t&c higher than a week
8t. . ... A
Uuotatlon on cam: uopa to cnoice
oorn-fed steers. 36.4037.60: fair to good
corn-fed steers, S6.4O(i6.0; common to lair
corn-fed steer. 34 2f.a6.40; good to choice
range steera, 34.76i&Q.4o; fair to good range
steers. 84.2rXHA.76: common to lair range
ateera, S8.60iuV4.a6: good to choice fed cowa
and bcifers, 84O0&4.7f.; fair to good cows
and heifers, 33.0ut.76; common to fair cow
nd halters. K.uuiia.w; gooa to cnoice
otockers and feeders, 84.26b4.80; fair to
nr atnekars and feeders. 8J.ecnH.ra: com
mon to fair Stockers snd feeders, Si.OOJr
3.W; stock heifers, 32.S0OS.lv.
A. Pr. No.
..1U1 4 18 11....
..1(44 6 A It....
.. NO I H 8....
.. 10 I 0 10....
..1011 lit 14....
.. 7S I M 1 ...
.. Jt III 1....
..UI ao 4....
,.IN IN 14...
. . lit I 00 1....
..147 I W M 808 8 It
..1.145 3 M t W IW
.. 17 I Ii 1 1240 I 1
.1410 I I 1 UN 8 St
1 141 4 00 1 141 I 71
( IM IN It 11 I 16
1 374 4 16
8TOCKEKS AND FEEDERS.
3 lit I A 10 Ill I 3
J. R. Lawrence Nb.
1 heifers... AT7
1 cow 1070
S he'f.n... '98
3 heifers... m
3 cows. ..
13 cows. ...
3 40 3 hulls K60 3 C
IN t steers.. ..14 I SO
HOtJK I nexpectedly light receipts at
prscttrslly sll sollinK points has had a
strcntiinlng effect upon the market. Chi
(ami. ahlrh xpected -6,001) hogs rn Wednes
0i-. got 17.OT0 n-ad. Yesterday, when 21.0ft)
tuad .ere x,e: t-d, rnly 17,) arrived, and
auaui lodiv. with in.tro h ad eilm(d. only
l".i( iippeaied. rfiu-h a heavy falling off at
t h cago, Willi light receipts at western
txiints. e the msrket thi morning
sharp upturn all a 'on a; the line. Prlcr- here
were fully 16c higher than yesterday find
the traie aas artive at the advance, ao
that everything in sight changed hands In
good teasun In the morning. The hogs roid
largely at and right around IH.td. w ide
sIoji half of the receipts yeaierdsy briht
on y (..s. tior a hogs K.a Lp to 9. .so toisy,
as against a top of 34.36 yesierdsy.
Today's advance make up for tne recent
decline, carrying th msrket to tiie highest
tolnt touched s nc Julv IT, wl en the ir
a. age price pa d (or all th hog at this
pol.it was 36.44V
Na. A a. I, rr fit. a. Sk.
91 11 ItO I 'A 71 141 1W
It . ... I M 70 K4 lit
77 14 ... I 1 44 Ut M
17 Ut ... 4 16 44 147 440
14 Ill 100 I It tl ltl 10
11 ) 4 11Uj 71 94 It
S4 14 140 I 17 77 8M 4
71 n Mir-, m m lto
Tl 110 84 17 :so ltO
It ltl 4 '.I', t IU to
II m 1M t 17 11 it 4
It 10 4 I 40 W Ill ...
u it ix i 40 as 304 ...
T lit ... a so a m ...
41 R0 8 I 4 ' t7 171 a
64 8M 40 6 4 T7 ill )M
74 IU4 4 14 U IN 4
8 lit 4 I 4 2U 110
1 lit 4 4 81 1W M
U ii IM 4 to ao it ut)
41 tat ... 4 4 M tit ao
Il tal 180 8 4 71 Ua 30
7 Ml 10 I 4 W 141 M
7. .... ..104 4 4 40 (( Ill ...
6 Ml IN Ik 74 tt
11 Ut 4 t 4 la II
Tt 3t 3 It 66 t ...
I Ill lu 6 1 lt 44
71 (4 16 t 40 II... ...
Tt 34 to I to at 30
Ka aV I 4 r?l St
tl lit ... t tl las ...
9T 11 1M 6 II Ml ...
6 41 Uj
6 41 tt
of sheep for a Friday
were quit liberal
larae enourh to brlna the reeelnta ua to
lat week figures, auhuugh running oon-
of the First National Bank of Omaha is efficient
in every detail well calculated to advance the in
terests of its depositors and clients. It is the best
insurance of Safety and Satisfaction to have an
account with this strong banking institution.
Accounts, subject to check, are iuvited.
Thlrtenth and Farnam Gtroets
Capital $500,000; Surplus
1drablv ahead of a year ago. The arrlr
ala ronalsted about equally of rheep and
lambs, practically all of them from the
rang. . .
There wss a good active demand for sheep
ana the market on anything of that de
scription opened early and It did not take
buyers long to exhaust the supply. The
prices paid looked steady to strong as com
pared with yestsrday. Lambs on the otrier
liand were not quite such act ve sel ers and
the teellng was no more than a.eady. Wyo
ming ewe aold as high ss 84.16 and pretty
deoent Idaho lambs at 46. 80. There were no
wethers or yearling of uny conaequenoo
Quotation on rang or grass sheep and
lambs: Good to cholc lambs, S6.163.60;
tslr to good lambs, 36.0OQ6.16: feeding lambs,
34.60436.00; good to choice light yearlings,
3t.8f()6.00; good to cholc heavy yearlings,
34 4034.86; fair to good yearlings, 34-OOujp4 60;
feeling yearlings, 63.764.00; good to onolos
wethers, 84 IM? 4.36; fair to good wethers,
8.7Wj4.1r.; feeding wethers. t.263.60; goo.l
to choice ewes, 3J.8MT4.1d; fair to good swes,
33.60(8. 88; fedlng awes, $2.608.00; cull and
Representative sales 1
10 western spring lambs, culls
5 western ewes
44 spring lambs ,
66 spring lambs
10 spring lamb, culls
19 western ewes
136 western yesrllnga
6 western ewes, cull
83 Idaho swes. culls
Tht Idaho lambs
100 Idaho lambs
CHICAGO LIVE) STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoar IIIgherJBeep
Steady to Stroag.
CHICAGO. July 81. CATTliERecelpts.
about 1.600 hsad: market steady: steers,
16.0rtfi8.00; cows. S3.40iti6.26; heifers, SD.ootJi
S.36; calves, S2.6W7.26; bulls, 83.006.00;
stockers and feeders. 83.00&4.66.
HOQ8 Receipts, estimated about 10,000
head; market lOfl-aoc higher; choice heavy
shlDDlne-. 86.9fiirr7.07: llaht mixed. 36.604I6 .80
butchers, 3d.9wij7.06; choice lights, 36.8tV7.C0:
packing, x.7itr.a; pigs, 94.txxao.ZD; ouix 01
SHEEP AND UAMBS Receipts, estl
mated about 6,000 head; market steady to
strong; sheep, S3.60tipt.60; lambs, 34. 76417.00
Kaaaai City Ltvo Stoelc Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. July Sl.-CATTLE-
Recelpts, 86,000 head. Including 3,000 south
erns: market steady: beef steers. 86.00427. 86
fair to good, S4.00tfj6.7S; western steers, 32.76
416.00; stockers and feeders, 88.0OtS4.60;
southern steers, S3.26ro4.80; southern cows
3l.0OSa.iO; native cowa. 32.00(g4.26, native
heifers, 33.005.75; bulls, S3.60J4.60; calves,
HUUB Heoeipta. t.wo nesa: market 7a
to 26c higher; top. 86 86; bulk of sales. 36 60
496.90: heavy. 36.KStft.96; packers and butch
era, 36.6XxaO.96; lights. S.S&i36.T6; pigs, H00
SHEEP AND LjtMBS-Recelpt, 2,700
hesd: market strong to 10c hlaher: lambs
t4.60tj.t0; ewes and yearling, 34.00(8-4.60;
Texas yearlings, 34.60g6.00; Texas sheep,
xj.soijy4.40; stockers and feeders, ss.out34.oo.
t. Loaie Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July Sl.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
1.870 head, including 1,460 head Texan;
market for natives steady; Texans, steady
to 10c lower: native shipping and export
steers, J4.2i37.60; dressed beef and butcher
steers. l3.hKii7.00; steers under 1,000 pounds,
$S6T.0O; stockers and feeders, S2.6u460;
cows and heifers, 32603,6O; canners, 31. 60
flOO; bulls, S3.60tg6.00; calves. 2.5O&7.00;
exas and Indian steers, 33.0.)W 60; cows
and heifers, 11.6Ou4.0O.
HOOS Receipts. 6,000 head; msrket 10f
30c higher; pigs and lights, S3.6Oti.S0; pack
ers. fi.6(XS.80; butchers and best heavy,
SHEEP AND L.AMBS Receipts, 2.460
hesd; market 10c hlKher; native muttons,
4.2Kf4.60; lambs, 33.20Cd 60; culls and bucks,
33.26(64.00; stockers, 4.50Oi4.76.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 81. CAT
TLB Receipts, SOS head; market steady;
steers, S4.6O&7.00; rows and heifers, $2.r4j
6.00: calves, 3J.0O86 60.
HOOS Receipts, 4.(00 head; market ac
tive, 16fi?5c higher; top, 3S.S0; bulk of sslss
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1,(M
head; msrket steady; lambs. S4.6o0.60.
llosx City Live stork Market.
SIOUX CITT, Jily Sl.-(Specal Tee
frsm.) CATTLE R elnts, 101 head; mar
et ICo higher; beeves, Sn.6087.00; cows av
he'fers. 34.orj M: feeiiers, 38.1084.36; cilvoi
and yearllnas. 82.714-3 78.
HO8 Receipt. 4.600 hesd:' market l -higher:
runue of prices, 36.3Sfi.66; buik
sales, 36. 406. GO.
tork la Slskt.
Receipts of live stock St the six prlnclp
western markets yesterday:
.80.903 36.071 16,6i
NEW YORK. July Sl.-MKTAIJ!-Tha
Iyindon tin market waa higher tiKlny. with
pot tin c'nflng St 18S 10s IiIkIht nnd fu
tures at loii lis. Ti e local market as
cheap but higher. In sympathy with tlic
foreign advance, aput being nuuted at
S.60.i3l.(Vi. TUere wsa a further slight
galu in th Ixinrlon rtipper market, with
spot cloaliig at 69 17s t.A: future at 11
lot 6d. Locally the rni.rkft was firm and
a shade higliei, ih Inke quoied at i.'i l-'i
U3.8!t: tlectrolytic at II 3.ir 4tl3.2i; chiIpk
at 12.7613.no. Iead clnacd at 13 3s 4d
in LonoVn. The inarki t locally aas sIjd
firm sml hlither at 4.'i4.M. Spelter waa
loner at 13 1"s 61 in l.ue.dnn. The lm al
narket. however, was lirm and unchanged
at S4 7f4.(. Iron was higher In the loml
market with Standard foundry quoted et
4s Id anil dev. Un-1 wn-rnntt at OOs 1.1
The local market was um'hineed. No. 1
foundry northern. 816.,'tll7 00: No. I, 115 TO
i1'J: No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern
soft. S16 60tJ17..
ST. LOL'IS, July 31. MET ALU Load,
firm; 34. H; spelter, firm; $1.9).
NEW TORK. July 3 '.COTTON The
spot market dosed quiet; middling tmlande.
lOTOt; middling gun, lO.Mc, tales. 1.800
NETW ORLEANS. July Sl.-C-TTON-Spots.
quiet and easy, with prices un
changed: Middling. Iu4t; sales were 250
bales on the spot snd 24 to airive.
ST. LOUIS, July 81. COTTON Hull;
middling, loe; salea. 100 bsles; receipt. 8
bales; shipments, S baler; stork, 13 772
Mlaneaaolls tire la Slarket.
u MINNEAPOLIS, July 21. WHEAT
July, $1.14; September. 97c; Iecembr.
SVrfl'-'Hc: No. 1 hsri $1.15; No. 1 north
ern. $1.13; No. S northern. $1.10(51.11; No. $
BRAN In bulk. $11604719 00
FLOUR-Dull; flrat pafnt. $6 7665 90:
second patent, $5.f5 M; first Clear. $4.$
6)4. 46; second clear. $3 .6ur! 80.
CoSfee Ma -ket.
NEW TORK, July Sl.-COFFEE Market
for future closed steady at a net loss of
S to IS points. Sale war reported of X.
09 bag, Including August st 6 86 7oc,
September at I tt4 , October at 6.66c. !
mbr at I ugl 6, January st l.toc. March
1 J (J ?
. 833 1.771 i.iu.
. 00 ' 4. M0
. 610 4.600 1.00(1
.JC.OTO 1 300 2,700
. 1,870 fl.OM J.4V)
. 1,600 lO.Oiaj 6,000
and Profits $675,000.
(Tontalnlng late aQthrntlc
Copper, Curb and Mining Outlook
78 innitjr I'laire, pi aw xorst
Saxapls Coplea Free
3)1.00 per year 8a Satra
Cover Tonopah. Ooldflld. ' Ely, Butt.
Cobalt. Trtngton. Tlntlo. Bingham. ara
City, Beaver County, lUwhld. Canadian
snd other active camps.
at 6.60(96.66o and May at 6 (10c. Boot market '
quiet; Rio No. 1, 6c; SaMos No. 4, a.
Mild, dun; coroova, va'Uc.
SHAHA WHOMnxwa 3IARKSDT.
Caadltloa ef Trad t Ckaotattoaa oa tr--
Steal aad Faaey Prod aeo, 1.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, deUreiod to 17
retail trade In cartona, 23c; No. 1, In 60-
lb. tub. 23 Ho; No. 1, In 30-lb. tubs, 33o
No. S, In 80-lb. tub. SOHoi No. S. In SO-'"'
lb. tubs, 31c: No. 3, In 1-lb. carton, Slot ilr
No. 1, In carload lots, sine; mo. 3, in car- ,
load lot. 18919Ho oountry. fancy, tuba,
lie: common. 16o. -1Jl-
EOOS Fresh candled. ISo dosen. v-
CHKE8E Finest Wisconsin full cream,..
twins, 14Vo; Young American, t In hoop, '
16c; Favorite. S In heap, iSWcj Daisy, ui
In hoop, 16 Vic; cream brick, full case, ,-ir.,
lSHi half case. lS4o; half uosen orloka. ,
14c. No quotation on Swiss aor llmberif '
rs until after October. ir.l-
LIVK POULTRY Hens. Sties broiler.
11c; rooster. 60; capons, ISo; duoks, H0i
gsese, sc; turkeys. 14c; pigeons, 6o doseni "
quaD, 83.09 doxn.
DRESSED roULTR-r Squabo, .SI
BEEF CUTS No. 1 ribs, 17Hc No. S rlba,
14c; No. S ribs, lOHci No. 1 loin. 30o: No. I i.i
loin. 16c: No. S loin. llHo. No. 1 chuck, 74cl
No. S oiiuck. 7c: Ho. S chuck. 6c; No, 1
round, llo; No. 3 round, 10c: No. I round,
Sc; No. 1 put. So; No. S plat, fro; No. 1
VEGETABLES Celery. Mlohlgaa, par
doa 86c. Beans, new wax and string, on
third bu. basket, Sl.'W; navy, per bu.. No.
1, 32.70; Unit, efto psr lb. Cabbage, So per
lb. potatoes, new, per bu.. 'l.lu. Tom-'
toes, per 4-basket crate, SOo. "Watermelons.
S630o. Cantalopes, California, 3S.6OCrS.0S,
nr or t a Aaoairaa-u. oer do.. SOo. Cu
cumber. ter das.. 600. Onions. Bermuda.'
61.60 per orate; Texas yellow. 31.26 per srato. - ir,
Mushroom, cuiuvaieo, per 10., wo. mi
tuce, per dos., S60. Peppors, soutbsia. tl
FRESH FRUITS Apples, 3J763.00 per
bushel box. Lurnons, 4boa6.0t. Oranges,
S4.0U4J6.00. Bananas, 4c-. per lb. Plurns, (i.3n
4-baaket crate. Peaches. California. ?0&ft
box; Texaa, 4-baakt orite, 6Cxu7uc, Pear,
31.60 4-baaket crate. Blackberrta. 44. Rasp
berries. 34.00. Cherrlua, ti,3b. Currant,, 1,09.
BUUAR C'oaTS granulated. 6.60c; fin
granulated 6.70c; cubes, 6.60c; powdrd.
8.600 per lb.
NUTS Almonds, lTVbd; filberts. 12Hc;
walnut. 16c; Braall nuU, 14o; pecan. 13a
DRIED FRUITS-Ralsln. loos MuaotteL
SVkc; fancy seeded, 1-lb. carton, 10o. Cur
rants, unclssnad, 60; cleaned. 80; carton,
80 per lb. Prunes, 40i$6oo per sack; Ttyo
per lb. Apricots, fc-lb. boxes. So per lb.
Paachea California choloe. 90; fancy boxes.
llo per lb. Pears, California. 11c. Dates, ,
Persian, 6Hc Figs, layers, oholce, lofee. ,
Citron, l((i0o. Lemon peel, 13c Orang
peel, 13c. :J
FISH-Hallbut, 9c; trout, 14o; pickerel, loo; , ,
nlk. 13c: bullheads, skinned and dressed.
13c; white perch, to; white bass, 17o: blaoK
bass, 26o ; crapple. 16c; whit fish, Uc;
red snapper, 14c; flounders, Uo; mackerel,
lie; codfish, fresh froaen,. ISci shad roe, 4ic;
smelts, 13c; frog legs, 4uc; green sea turn
meat, 26c; catfish, 10.
HIDES Quotation by J. S. Smith
Co. Green salted, No. 1, tV,t No. 3, VfcOl
bull hids. 6toc; green. No. I. SVio; No. 3,
uHo; horse, lAbO each; Sheen, pelts, green
and salted. 24cHl.b0; dry pells. I144U0 per
lb. Ury flint, butolier bides. Uo; fallen
Hue, lwc; sal K0. So.
LONDON. July SI WOOL At ths Wool
auction ssles today 10,1X8 bales were of
fered. There waa an' Improvement Iri com
petition for all offering and merinos were
quickly taken by tha home trade and Oer
.uany at full rates. Crosbred ware In
strong demand and occasionally Slightly
iearer. America purchased medium giedo-;i
.nore freely. , -' .,.,riV
LONUON, July SI. A sale of heepklns .
va held today and 118.684 skin were of-" "7
(red, of which 79.4j2 were sold. Th mod- nil
late supply and th condition of th akins ., t
Ifered seemed to be fairly aatiafaclory..
he attendance was good, tuough compeil-""
.-m was chiefly confined to the horn''
rade. Long woolod realised Hd to "4d - - -
clearer, while short woo I led sold St un- . ,
changed prices. Shorn showed fed to 4d
over the last ssie. coarae was in Detier '
demand and sold A dearer. I'-,
BT. LOUIS, July SI. W4DOL Steady :
medium grades, combing and slothing, 19
Hi-mc; light fine, 164Di6Vc; heavy lift, U& '
Uc; tub washed. 2w827c. '
Daloth Orala Market,
DULUTH, July Sl.-WHEAT-No. 1 north
ern. 8119; No. 3 northern 31.16; July, fl.19;
OATS To arrive, 47Hc; on track, 67c.
CAR BARN WILL BE LARGER
Street Rallwar Ccatpssy Will Rnlararo ..
.Vlntoa Street Station at ,
Heavy Coat. ,
At I toit nf $20,000 the Omaha Coun.
ell Bluffs Street Railway company will In- ."
crease the site of the Vinton street barn,
the work to be begun immediately. The
extension will be 1:0x163 feet and will give ,
room for torty-eight more csrs. It will
be built on the north side of th present
structure. Plans are being worked out
for the new car barn on South Tenth afreet
and at present It Is thought a double-. . i.
dck barn will be built. The northeast --!
corner of the land Is elgnteen feet lower i I
than the southwest corner and It Is now '
ptopokfd to run the tars of the Thirteenth '''
street lino in from the southwest corner '
cnto th second floor. " t
. i i"-1
Robberies la Big; llora Moaatalas.
8HERIDAN, Wyo.. July Sl.-(8pcial.)
Numerous robbetles have been committed
In the Big Horn mountains rrc ntiy. Th
camps of surveyors, fltherm- n sad tour
ists generally have suffered, and every
thing of a movsble character has en car
ri d off. A few days ato. Char e Tttlock
and Frits Lutxow were arrest! rhnd
with th crime, art? they have been bound
ovrr to tht district court ,
Droward While Fordlaw Stream.
1HBRIDAN, Wyo., July 81- 'Breclat.j
Horace Welsh, a Sheridan youn man, was
drowned In the Belle Fourche river, while
sttemptlng to ford th stream near Belle
Fourche, S. Ji. Tlire aoaipaaieng war
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