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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. AUGUST 22. ISO?.
AND l'RODLCE MARKET "
h,, -;K YfiRK STOCKS AND BONDS
1 U. No S. - "
W HEAT- No J '-.'i'li
' 1 1", Nm. . r.-.J. !i...oa.!
T ... ORN-.N.i. .. ; ,n, ; S o. 2 i e'.loa
Li-ht Eeccirt3 and Inflated Reports 1 v-..
Send Grau; valnei Up. p.ye-n .. 2 77c.
, M.M.Iii.i r sir to t.ioi'- m.t.l.r.i -.cit-..--
fr.i.u!-i i.ix i ti.r;nttrrn. tu.i
IN A TIGHT PUCE(TT,?:;;vV,;:s,.,!l ... -,.u, ,,ic.,e, 1 ROCK
. ;.;;. m. itrk. hi ! . t;n.wiMi". I
l-ti.i. per ' iti i.'jflf 2a. Bijri cleat
Price Movement is Unimportant, with
General Trend Downward.
ISLAND ISSUES WEAK ; ,,ua ' qule,
j hoi dais. New Ttiat lr,t a cheerful np.'n
I log, and eupported il( favorite, but turned
lier Utr and dealers here realltd. The
1 market closed niv, A-gentins an1 Mexi
' ran rails were firm. The Slock e.xrhange
wl.l he closed tomorro .
j PA RIS. Aug. 8J Price' on the fWvirse
todac wete irregular. Thu private rate
! of discount was 14 per cert, an inrrae
I cf '
BERLIN. Aug. 27-Trat.inii on the Bourse
May 1MB la Cencrnl and nlth leoilll)
I'nilias Receipts n One tan
I'e found aalth An t.rnlra
.pt and ehipmenie of fl'iur and gram
w i a? u-.u.w s.
Ft' f,iij. Shipments.
KI.-.. r Mils "j ' :i
V lif... r i l.1.7-t -.'"J.1'!
fori!, mi ili.V ;.'.T
f'Htf. i.u jim ;,y
K. . bu . . . . 4 sm J I'M
Bt'.. hu ..S .wSAf
lo 4 ;.V....V.1
Mark! Rise Darlaat ooa Hoar, kit
Trading oea gfromei Deaal
torr a ad ( loir I
XRff YORK. Aug. 21 Price movement
in de st . k mHi,! torinc were unlmnori
r.ndl 1 iyilill nt tor lh most rart. with the trend to-
i . I't j.l'iic fyiiaiiae tndav tn. hut-! wards a lower level. As on the previous
ttr ii.diki t i i.'.-ndy; rcamenes. 19,n:2'4- ; day of the week, trading was In moderate
OMAHA. :. . A... :v 1 v
I-. .11 r i?iri i.. p.iris I'.nr.inlna in.
' ti't; 'ra ainvi at-.' M " i le'l over e--
aM'e.J. -nt v.il'. a. ul l.wh'r t,xla .
;J.ifir.p !'. g n-r.i; ami for in-- ! w
one .! hA found w iaa ,nv tr nr tii' 1 rtj:r" eteany; at malk. ! rruPorllona and largely reirlcted to lie
. U "frVC L " Vrv Ji u. t,nd Vv'm.",1"''" u'1"1- flr' l-nm 'Pulat.v element. That faction appeara
i- V'!c'.t p.'ai. !,f vir- d-v I n,M l''.v flt UV9)Sc. tu be puttied by exlatlng conditions, but
w i ut m ,1,... t.r..o. . h" . jr'v . . -- Its moie vrnturesome members are arrayed
..MShtrV'o' ,V THB "ELTlun tne bear side. The bo.dne.s of .he
irn.l Tli- earlv dniiand aas on i.t- i , a.iiirts has been romewhat arrested by the
I'fri. h.,fvei. pn.l I;:k. oilMinga at t,ll.nd and Poaaiblr knam and i rollPs V1' yol!on P1"'- ,wl'"'h ,e ""J
hi time a .iiaa; Rtid values s'.umf'd ' , , ,-d.. 10 "ve depleted the - paper fortunes of
tfipt. rrb- r wl.i at 01 eii'd ai nnd d'-s.-.l ! -aiaraaf. several well known opfratois in stocks,
i w-c. , OMAHA. Neb.. Au. Zl. !!. Political conditions are plaving a more
fotn op-n. d o.rnnc am! idesr u sdarrl: l Siiciaets a, ic j-neral In (,. nnrthwefit, ' important part in the financial situation
i iisl.t i : nils- .ind spmol hin i g. : mnuni'n l sin.- s nnd ajuthwest. within ineiJ"1 now D-v teason or tne reporten turn
i ofci.i ,)i.i'r;nts uiu npinru iiumk. muunrn irsmi'is nn'l ajutnwesi. within Iftei"'1 uww uy irnnni me irivi ivi tuinj
I til' i on w,hu,im hi wl.ii-t so lins was 1 past twenty-four hours, and continue In the!0' events In this atate and th effect this ; '"'"V)
imii lioeial him v ili..a e;i1 l"'i di , nnrt iiw i si ( lis morr.ing. Aii area of high change may have on the presidential cam- 5? .
il I..., rf i.tcicbtt upiii'.d at Mc and i pressun . w,th cixder weaiher. is moving ' raign. The moat favorable newt was tie: 0 ' (J,
V " " . . . . ' n imm ir e nortnwer, and will cut nu ; "" uuii i'i a nniim u i-,uiub atinMC c. U 4t. .
......i an-.ai r-ct-pia were ou-ii- i over the central valleys, causing cooler In 1 nancial insutution Of tne miuaie wesi, B. 4 Ohit..
'la ;ilir h iriients rtTcre Vj.vM bllsuclP. ; ihl vlnniiv W;. .o.. n.v..i.i., I fiinw 1 nft rorresnondents with few exceo- ...
.New ark Haaer Market.
NEW YORK. Auj U. PRIME MEK
CANTIL.S. PAPFlR-iliJl ;,.:r rnt
STERUNt) EXCH AXir-iiea-.1.v. with
artnal l.'ialni-as in bank-rs' bil s at IJ
4 Mo for slty day hills, and at lt(; fr
demand f cnimercial bii's. H 'Htj4 J-,.
METALS Bar silver. Sl'ic, M tcin d.l
BONUS Government, s-.eady; raiiroad.
MONET On call, easy: 4vi p.-t tnt;
ruling. 1 per c-tu. tlo.ns bid. I per cent:
offered at 1 per rent: Time loans l-r
on larger offerlnga and small demand:
siTty days. ItJ p?r cent; ninety days, 2'
per cent: m months. i' jer cnt.
Clos'.ng quotations on l.onii wer at
C. g. rsf U. -1 ...'Vh6t: Vai. 4',s .
do rouften tl ln. Mtt. 4ia ..
L. a N. unl. i
I I kiss. i
iSf, M-i. cn:rtl 4.
i i i" a i. l. 4i
X . K. T. 4.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Steady, with Very
HOGS SHOW SOME LITTLE GAINS
Skap and l.amna la ery Light H
eelpt. While rrlrta Are Wltkaal
Air rrr atesarar
SOI'TH OMAHA. August II. 1.
V t. 3. ret
I. . 4. rg
Am. TotNieo it.
. . . . .;s
i . m,
. ... 12
fffii'st pifiiK ln-i vear of i.ll,f") bushels liri-wers tonight'and faturjay 'I he wta hr lions reported the general outlook aa highly
a,..i slupiiieMs of '-'" ,h,u',l!?; h. jg-nrrany il.ar in the eastern suiet ar.d Is encouraginjr. eeveral important railroad re
' o;n reclntt were V noti bushels and I. , ...;,., .. inm, mr innxi ih.i nf ih. RiiHin nun.
la ...n.l , - ""'IJ "mi UllPriutu III 111 ajUUll'lll ' ..c ... ... - O
!, . Utates. : panv for the eleven months ended May 31.
iheia and snip- , llrrl,K. . ... . ...... i a
-ni,r ii-iuiii in i.iiiniBiui iiu.ill.i::l ."v-,..p. - . r
ripIS twit ,ti c. mJ bushel
mems r.f 31S.-" t:siiols
?l"iiri.:.ces were T.''' bushels of corn,
t'on,. of oats, and wheat and flour equal
lil 7r.'i hljshf Is.
Liverpool loced '4''iJiid liwer on wheat
id toaer on corn.
Seaboard reported 4n.'i bushels of wheal
:.Vrn for export.
Local range cf opuons:
Articles.; OpenJ High.: Low. Close. 1 Yes'y
Sept.. l ire. . . .
7 . 4
tation comrared with tni coi responding day
ot trie last intee years;
iraT. U.. ll'ii.
Minimum temperature Si 9 74 ,0
Precipitation ii T .'.-J .w
Normal temperature for tody 74 decrees.
Deficienry in precipitation since Matcii 1,
.JS of an Intli.
Ileflcuncy corresponding period n WS.
4 5 inches.
plicaiile to tne common stock. Ljuisville
and Nashville for its riscal year reported
a decrease in net income of W.S1M.000. while
the Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Chicago and St.
Ixiuia for the seven months ended July ISi.
reported a decrease In operating revenue of
about 14. ..') and a reduction of lS,71S,Cv.
In expenses and taxes.
With few exceptions, the most noticeable
being Southern Pacific, which made another
new high record, touching tne local
Brk R. T. tv. 4
Central of Ci. m..
do In Inc
an M Inc
do 3d Inc
tpt A Onlo 4'is
rN R R of M HI 1Vi
i.iS ot an inch
U A. WEISH. ljcal Forecaster
Cora and Wheat Retloa Balletla.
Kor trie twentv-four hours endlna at I
I a. in.. 75th meridian time, Friday, August i err, preierrea ana .venuun
Dsltaa Cart Prlrea.
WHKAT-No. 2 hard. PlVi'3..e : No. .1
hard. Syn"'": No. 4 hard. ")SVWc; No. i
t 'ORN No. 3. 7;';ff7;i,c; ' No 4. Tl'eWTJt :
No. i yellow. 7Sc; No. x yellow. 73V;
No. I white. 73c; No. 3 white. 73' ,c
OATS N. 3 mixed. 4f.',fi47r- No. 3 white.
47t.i47U-r No. 4 Wh'fe 4H-I471,c.
RYU No. 2,, 76Vf! TSc; No. 3. 7374.
W'heaU Corn. Oatt.
Minneapolis r 73
Omnha 34 Tl Is
Chicago grTi7m) rnoisio.s
'v I Minimum temperature for twalva-hour
F-tre..ot the Tradln. and C1..I.. nVrRuV 'aER AarS
Prlcaa on Board of Trade. DISTRICT A ERAOE8.
. .. . No. of Temp. 'Ral.i.
CJIU:aix Aug. -i.-nepor.s oi iro... ... rn,rai Statir.na. Mil Mln lnchea
Deficiency corresponding period Ir. 1Mb. , market orterd lower, the bears renewing
their attacks along tne ime. tapeciai points
of weakness were Rock Island preferred
and St. Louis and Part Francisco second
preferred, both of which declined points;
Reading. American Smelting, Oreat North-
Trie break in
I .Rock Island and Frisco securities widened
I later and was attended by a recurrence of
gossip concerning the complicated financial
condition of those properties. The market
moved up during the noon,- hour undT
heavy short covering, a factor In the ad
vance being the lending of call money at
". per cent. Trading In the late session
n v r t isi.
KS'fc'S. .1 f. s it
.IV- Nv faciflr 4t
. U do Is
. t',s. a W. e.
. O t. L. rfdf 4 .
.4' Pnn. it. ll'.i. .. 4v)
. . to ; do ion. 4s ctr
. 0 nillnt n. 4i l
. f.'-i Rp. of Cubs kt I V.
?t U. 1. M c kt..!'
tn.tSl. L. 4b a. t. fa. 41. i'
Ch'Cito a A . 1 St. 1. S W 4p . .. 7i
C. B. A Q n s M, eibnar4 A L. 41 . . 4
. do in 4 W,
CSo Rallav to 10
..! Tusi 4) p. i, .
7'HT . St 1. W. ti
4 Inion Psoifie 4
.S dn r. 4a
tt V. a steal id it
kS Wtrn Md. 4a. ..
W-. A L- 4a
ia Central 4a . . .
il!i. T.. N H. A H
; ev. i ttfa
l . R I. P. 4n
do col. It
do rfds- 4
V A St. L. f 4a
Colo .Ind. it
Colo. Mid 4
folo. A So. 4a
I "Del A H c. 4..
D. A H. 0. 4a
Kri p 1. 4a
do gen. 4a
de d aerlea. . . .
Roatoa Stovka aad Boada.
Stations. Max. Mln. fan Sky.
Ashland, Neb 71 5 .' Clear
Aubuin. Neb 7S 49 .l Ft. cloudy
Broken Row. Neb. 75 SI i1 4"lear
ColJiiibus, Neb... 7j 47 .") Clear
CiilSortaon. Neb.. 7" hi .24 Clear
Fairbury, Neb.... 7S KS I'U cloudy
Fairmont. Neli...7o f'l .on Pt. cl udy
fJr. Is and. Neb.. 75 ."9 ,i Pt. cloudy
llnruiiieton. Neb. 7 4:1 .M Clear
"Tiastings. Neb 75 i6 '.no Pt. cloud,'
Iloldregv. Neb... "5 x . Pt. cloudy
Oakdale, Neb 7S 54 .') I'lear
Omaha, NVb 74 W .i Cloudy
TeKamah. Neb... 7h 4i .no Clear
Alta. la 73 Si .D Clear
Carroll. Ia 77 ii .in Clear
llarinda. Ia 79 61 Pt. cloudy
Bibley, la 74 42 .'i l lear
I 'S oux City, Ia... 74 64 ,J Clear
several locafltlea in the Canadian northwest rh,' " in
caused a apart of bullish enthusiasm "J j Co,un0,-J(1 6.'.'.'.'.'.'.' l's
iiie. wnru ano oaisrn fv. . , u 1 Des Moines. Ia
i rino lotiwi . put 1 1 1 v i,i.t-i.i,ii ..
former was d'ssirvated by predictions of
liberal and ereeny movement o the new
cor" ' Minneapolis. Minn, il
I cunalia. Neb 1
St. Louis. Mu...
Kansas t liy. Mo.
and pro-visjjons were weak.
The hat market opened weak, due
nt.ln.u t jm , V. d m r ,1 m '1 1 n A t f 1 a nf
foreign traders to the advance here yester- i Light and scattered showert occurred in
day, as evidenced by d-cline at nearly i the On.ana. Mlnneapolia and Loulsvilia dit
all -the principal European centers. The ! tricta I he weather la ellghtly warmer
decline gbroaxrwat aa-ribed to more liberal ! tnrought.ut the corn and wheat belt,
offerings of wheat from Ruts. a nnd ports L. A. AVELSH. Local fo.ecastar.
on the Danube and Hie favorable pros- . ....,' . . . .
pectg for the Argentine crop. Trade in sfcB lOHtt. bh.AKRAl, MARKET
the. local market was very quiet for a ,
im. but receipt or iispatcna 'umt m , olottl,it ,f th Day
I .' m- lir.in.rul una l,n rt.tfhl in lanitnhd
Saskatchewan and Alberta hrought out an I Commodltlea,
active demand from several leading com- NEW YORK. Aug. 21 FLOCR Receipts,
mitsion houses. These advices together Vo.KOJ bb!s.; exports, 12,(2 Ubls : salet, .40.
brought an advance of more than 1 cent in bbls.: inaiaet firm with quiet trade. Min-
Wthnipeg. toon started a rally which car- I nesota pat-ma. V4oS5.7.; winter atratgnif.
the Increased weaknesa In Rock Island had
a dcmorallxtng effect, resulting In a heavy
clote. with Southern Pacific gain cancelled.
Amorloans were Irregular abroad, with
late firmness In the Harrlmana or. th
prohollday covering. Trading here for Lon
don was again nominal. Estimates as to
the week's cash gains vary from I7.u.'.
to to.4ij0.0ij0. practically all of which is
derived from operations with the subtreas
ury. Oold to the amount of Sl.lW.ono war
forwarded to Cauda, but otherwise there
la no check In the Inflow of cash. Interna
tional conditions are making for greater
ease In the local money situation.
Bond market wat Irregular today, with
governments unchanged. Total sales, par
NiimWr ot salea an" leading quotations
en stocks wera at follows
Salea H'n. Low. Tloae.
ried prices mora than 1 cent above the
opening quotation. September aavancea
from MHc to 94'kr, December sold up to
9M'0ii- init May to lSc. About mid
day a prominent commission house began
to sell freely, which started general sell
. Ing by pit traders. The result was a break
of l'ttr, which landed all deliveries a trifle
below the opening; ftgurea. This Belling
presoure. was Inspired to a large extent:
by. jiumeroua reporta which predicted a
heavy movement of new . wheat In the
nortnwest next week. Minneapolis and Du
luth were expecting from 4ti to 5i0 car
loads on Monday. The market failed to
t4.jO4.1u; Minnesota bakers. M lcrfl t.iO: win
ter extras. 3.4txa3.i; winter patents. Si.40&
4 75: winter low grades, R'a flour,
teady; fair to good,, S4.1E94.&J); choice to
fanrv. U 4 si.
CORN MEAL Firm; fine white and yel
low. 41.Vi.ib1.;;, coarse, ki.tii Hi, kiln dried,
RYE Dull;. No. 2 western, S4c, ncmlnal,
f. o. b ,w York.
WHEAT Receipts. Ho.".: bu.: export.
251.307 bu : kalca. 1.7f,0r0 bu. futures. pot
msrkc-t barely steady; No. t Tti, tl.fJHlf
tn oiovuior; no. z red. ii.iisj. f. o.
recover from this setback, a heavy rone 5- ',,,t :.,N.-. '. northern Duluth. SI 2Aj.
prevailing the remainder of the day. The
.lose waa weak at almost the lowest
point. Clearancea of wheat and flour were
equal to S72.( bu. Exports for the week.
as shown by Bradstreets. were equal to
f. o. b.. aflot; No. 2 hard winter. $1.05. f.
o. h., afolat. After sharp advances early
in the dav on a froat Scare from Canada
wheat eased off and lost all Improve
ments under predictions for a decidedly
3n7.ui hu. Prim recelni. wer. 711 o larger northwest movement, closing i.ti'ic
hu.. compared with fill.oto tu. the corre- lower; September, t.nik'&l.02, closing
spending day a year ago. Minneapolis. Du- i " SI."1H; December. $1.0Jiil.i3Aa. closing
lutb and Chicago reported receipt of U2 at 11 2S: May, tl.(i'a l.ilS. closing at II .05'..
cara, agalngt 2M curs last week and 244 ! CORN Receipt t. 15 (X1 bu.; exports. l.l.Vj
cars a year ago. i bu.: sales. 25.0( hu. futures. Spot market
Cold weather- in the corn belt and the ateadv; No. z. sop. nominal, in elevator
atrerurfh of wheat induced considerable
purchasing of corn early in the dav, which
caused moderate strength. The close waa
easy, although December end May were
still a trifle above yesterday s final quo
tation. Ixx-al receipts. 255 cara.
Oala Were Independently firm all day
and c!oaei at moderate araina for all de
liveries. One of the chief factora In the
situation was the crop report of a local
hank, which was made public todav and
which placed the total yield for tula vesr
at rJ.imO.uno hu. lese than the estimate made
by the government on August l. Local
receipts were still meager at 1'3 cara.
With the exception of a brief period of
xteadinesa early In the dav. growing out
of buying hv a local packer, provisions
were weak all day. The close waa at about
the .lowest point.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
11 rJ,rneadrn' " C,r' 01- 121 cr,; no'8
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlclet.1 Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Yea y.
Coi n. ,
S1 W' M",
I 77 I 77V
. (toSti,- SciV,
4l 63 MtiK, 6JVijt4
I I I
4H tS' 'a Wia1! 4X;
411 4t, 4kuS 4S
V SotSl SV
I 14 SO I I ,v,f 14 46 H to ! 14 8S
I 14 H 9V 14 52A 14 57U 14 7i
1 15 S7A,' 15 37Ui is 521, 1$ 62A.; li
I 35 9 30 S 124 111 j 9
1 9 li I 9 15 ! i 10 I t S li
I I i
! S r7"4,; S 77V 4 I I g 7.1
I. I I I 7tj 72V "h I 8 K2.
1 S 171, g J7S S 07Si S 07A,1 S 15
'.asn quoiatlona were aa follows.
LOUR S eady; wintar patents. S4 .11
4 b", siraigV.a. t3.5iij4 3i. spting oatenta.
and 904c delivered. Option market waa
quiet but firmer, but western markets
closing VaPSc net higher; September closed
at k.'c; uecetnher closed at 7ujc; May.
72stl72Sc. closing at 72Sc.
OATS RecelpiK. l.0. bu. Spot market
firmer; mixed, 2 to 31 Ihs , 2Vic; natural
white. to 31 lbs . Sj'i&'ic; clipped whit.
31 to 40 lbs.. 5T4jc.
FEED Steady; spring bran. l2S.9r; mid
HAY Steady; shipping, 3tioc; good to
choice. 0fc 85c.
HIDES Quiet; bogota. "r21e; central
LEATHER tulet: acid. 24429c.
PROVISIONS Beef, steadv: family.
$! Jaf 17.50: mess, $14,501? 15.60; beet
haina. $2S .004130.00; packed. $13. 0U4J 14.00;
city, extra mess, $2 0tii28.iy Cut meats
quiet; pickle,! bellies. 9VXHlc Lard,
easy at J9.4tg9.50: refined, eatv; con
tinent. $.80: South American. S10.5-1-compound.
7'8Ve. Pork, steady, fam
ily. 18.00tJ IS 60; short clears, $17 k0
18 50; mess, $17.00 IT 25.
TALLOW Quiet ; eHy 12 per package.
6S-: country (packagea freei, BHgoHc
SV'ei Japaneae. nominal.
RICK Quiet; domeatic, fair to extra, 3
437c: Japaneae, nominal.
Bl'TTER Firm: creamery extras, 134o.
CHEE8E S;eady : state, full cream, large,
colored or white, fancy. llc.
EGGS Firm: receipts, 10.WO dog.; western
firsts, at-dltlc: seconds. lVjijlSV-
POI LTRY Alive, steady; spring chick
ens. lc; fowls, l.tjc; turkeys, lie. Dressed.
1 quiet; western spring chickens. LV919c:
spring turkeys. Sc: fowls. UUrM'.
t. I.eala Geaeral Market.
ST. LOUTS. Mo. Aug 21-WHEAT-Fu-turet,
s'eady; cash, weak: track: No. 2 red
cash. 96yfcii74c: No. j hard. MjMtc; Bep
tenrber. 4-i-; December, 4fltMTao.
CORN Weak; track: No. ! cash. "
74c; No. 3 white. 77fl774o: September,
751,-: December. lkc
OATS Higher; track: No. 2 cash. 4So; No.
-' white, jojtjc'c; September. 414c; Mav,
BRAN Firm : tl.Ool .
FLOl'R Quiet: red wintar patenta,
14 500 4 ka: extra fancv and straliht.
1906 4 40: clears. $3 15$n
SEEDS Timothy, steady: $1 404J 4 00
CORNMEAL Steady; 13 10.
HAY Steady: timothy, new, $79
10 50; prairie. $ SO 56
IRON COTTON TIES $1.00.
BAGGING i -c.
HEMP TWINE 7c
rROVISlONS Pork. lower; Jobbing.
$15 25 Lard, lower: prime ateam. k.874
flJ4 Dry salt ineate. rteady: boxed
extra aborts. J3 :': clear ribs. $4tV,:
short clears. $9k7 4 Bacon, steady;
boxed extra snorts. $10 50; clear ribs.
SIM i: IIIUI I L jejiiB. iiv.io
Am. C. A F
Am. C. A r. pfd
Americas Cotton Oil
Am. H. A L. pfd
American Ire Saeuritial.
Asiarlcan Llnt-ed till...
Am. Locomotlta pfd
Am. I A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. Sugar Raflnlat
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlamte Coast Line
Baltlmora A- Ohio
Bat. A Ohio pfd
Brookija Rapid Tr
Central Leather pfd
Central ot Now Joraa..
Chaaapeak A Ohla
Chlcaso Ct. W
Ckkato A N. W
C. 14 . A St. P
C. C. C. A at. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A to
Colo. A to. 1st pfd
Colo A to. !d pfd
Delaware A Hudaon
txaT A Rio Grande...
D. A R. O. pfd
Erla lit pfd
Erie id pfd
Ot. Northern pfd
Ot Northe-n Ore clfa . .
Int. Mat 9d
Int. Pasar pfd
Kanaaa Cltr So
K. C. to. pfd
LoslaTille A N
Minn i tt L
m.. w. T it a. t a .
.. K. A T
M . K. A T. Pfd
N?w York Contral
N. T . O. A W
Norfolk A W
P.. C. C. A St. L
Preaaad Steel Car
Pullman Palate Car ...
Hallway ttoel Sprint...
Racmnltc ttoel pfd
Kock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd ...
at. L. A 8 F :d pfd...
St Loula g. W
tt. U B. W. pfd
tloaa-Sheffleld 8. A 1
to. Pacific pfd
So. Railway pld
Taxaa A Pntlfn
T., tt. U 4V W
T . St. L. A W. pfd ..
t'nlos Pacific .
I'nlon Patillc pfd
V. t. Rubr
I 8. Rubber lat pfd ..
V. 8 ttool
r. 8 Stael pld
Va -Care. Ckam. pld ...
Waaoashouae Klactrie .
Woatarn I a lea
W heallsa A L. C
gi 344 4
ke.TW Mi r'
ton iot 1H
1.1 l 1J4
BOSTON. Aug. a.-Money. call loans. 28
i per cent: time loans, 344 per cent.
Closing quotations on ttccks and bonds:
Atchlaon adj. 4a it Adranture lm
do 4a tAllouei J
At.'hlaon It. R S74, Amalfamaird i4t
do pfd M-jAt'antlc 14t
Boaton A Albany 210 Rtntham
Boaton A Maine ti? Tal. A Hocla "
Boaton Elevated ' 40 Centennial it
Fltchburt pfd : 1 fop par Ra-,ee J7V
X. Y.. N. II. A H... 141 Daly Wea
1 nlon Parlflr H7-. Franklin tt.
Am. A'so. Cham 2l't Granby IM
do pfd H'1 l-'f Rarale 22
Am. Pneu. Tuba b Maaa. Mlntnt 74
Amm. Sugar 134 Michigan II
do pfd 12c Mohawk (J
Am. T. A T l!la Old Dominion 44 H
Am. W'ooloa HA, Oaceola 1K
do pfd Pi1! Parrot 7
Pomlnlon I. A t 1 Qulncr S4
Ediaon Eloc. Illu Jit Shannon
General Electric HJ'i Tamarack II
Maaa. Electric t Trinity .4 ,
do pfd 47 rnitod f oppar ,2
Maaa. caa 4', U. 8 Mlnint IJ'i
Vnltad Fruit IN l . 8. Oil 254
United . M fi I tah 14
do pfd '.7, Victoria t-i
V. 8. Stael 4S W inona a
do pfd uei, W'olrerme 144
OtTirta. Alanday ...
Official Tuesday ..
Estimated Friday .
Cattle. Hogs Cheep
.. ti JAA
.. I 4"7
Five days this week. 24.?: 2S.7-0 44iS
Same davs List wvek ...lU'lA Ti.!-9i 4"13;
Same days J weeks ago.1 7A 410 32 $ S
Same days S weekt ago U.:9i It .'4
Same davt 4 weeks ago 13.77j .'.7' 27
Same days last year.....l 29.7M N.i59
The following table thowt the rece pts of
cattle, hogs and Sheep at South Oinaha
for the year to date, compared with last
rear: its. 19.7. inc Dee
Cattle HjijioO tjAjivO 1.7. 0 0
Hogs I 71.i 1 ..? .1
"beep 912.4S7 990.C ..-"'
The following txble thorvt the averags
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
Several days, with comoarisons:
Date. . I 10J. 1907. !ir45.'19J.llW4.,19IB. 1$
Aug. .... g 44 S S5; ( V I ( 4)7 S eg 7 SS
Aug. 7.... S5, 0 77 iL 79, S 04 7 47
Aug. 8....I a, k 74 f 11 )M I 11 li, 1 U
Aug. .... 1 . 0S i 84 07, I 7 IS
Aug. 10 .. t 39-.I k Sot i , i .! t t t 1
Aug. 11... g 4rV I S kki 6 tt 4 M a 2j 7 OS
Aug. It... 8 41 IK, I t 94; 4 fcli I ti 79
Aug. 13... t I8JI692, l4 94 Sloitt.
Aug. 14... g 17 I u 74. 5 Mi 5 95 r k li .4
Aug. la... 0 I S 72, b M vl I 01 i A,
Aug. 1... I 4 7k, & tt, 6 S2 o o.- ,.
Aug. 17... UAai 74 W S tV 4 St. S H
Au. 41 , ,lrl ..-;) I., 7
Aug. 19..., Sli, 5 7(, I 6 13' 4 1 ' o 12 73
Aug. J0...I g Jo; 4 A2 t (3 1 13 5 .5 (0
Aug. 31..., & 1 I 53 b! 1 M I 4 24.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was aa follows:
that are Exceptionally (Vmplete and our exten-i ?
connection with other hanks cnaMex us to extend
to firm, torporation and individuals, the mmvuo
of an up-to-date institution, for the .handling of
their account? and banking business.
Dur officers are at your service for counsel, if
vou so desire.
FIRST NATIONAL M
Thirteenth and Farnam Streets
Capital $500,000 ; Surplus and Profits $675,000 00
C. N. W.. east
C. a N W.. west
C, St. P.. M. A O
C. B. & Q., east
C B. 4k Q., west
C. II. 1. dk P.. east
Chicago Great AVeetern
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
The disposition of the day's receipts waa
tt follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
I too )'
tnn 1 kis
I va i?a 17
.00 97 ST
142S 14144 14. S
I Wl 14 MS U
400 14 33 J'i
3i0 C M 2
400 t3i Mli ''i
HI 114 1344k iUS
1 WO 111, 1SH ltvj
m lta !
100 47 47 4.
711) 3' 35,
4.000 sji, ai, MAa
70S aw, J7'. 37
310 M at,
too !41, 11 14S4
9,o ut nss Ji,
400 136't U-v
rn US us
7m 22 12'
.Sew York Mlalagr Stack.
NEW YORK. Aug. 21. Closing quotation
en mining ttockt:
Alice n Iadiia Can.
Breace ( 'Utile Chief .
Brunswick Con 4 Mailras
Cora. Tunnel stock... 20 Ontario
Com. Tunnel boada.. II Opkir
Con. Cal. A Va k3 Small Hopes .
Horn Silrar IV Standard
Iron Silver 100 Tellow Jacket .
10 !4a 24S
ISO 'H S5S
in im lots lk
jno zs ; s)
1.9') i-S M" (
70S t1 31S tl
11.100 W US MS
4.7) M!S l" 1''S
l.ono 4:s 419 4:
14.4.1 14!S 14.1S Ilt
ins US V 1A,
1.1-10 I9t IBS LI'i
tM S , MS
WASHINGTON. Aug. a -Today state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive .of the $liH.0t),CiJ gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance,
$19209.001; gold cotff and bunion, $37,469,
91 , gold certificates. 129.132,150.
OMAHA, Aug. 21. Bank eloarings for to
dav were $1.(26.490.97 and for the cor
responding date lasll tear $1,791,448.13.
mi 4! 4t
ioi ico 124 s uas
i ton iS
44 700 SIS
1 41 , 1S
" 4IS SOS
..121 ko ions HS
iuu in i: lit
so H'a US i't
iailn 41 47 41s
ai 17S 17 :,''a
?.l I'd i
joo MS 24s S
o o7S MS S
-13B.700 IMS -MS 17S
loo us ti' u
.1 ttss u Ms
!) 1'ios l"4 it
. 44 4i" 4.'a 44'a fS
. 1 too iif4 l-'a 1"S
.no 44 43 a j-t
'Ml It I. !'
NEW YORK. Aug. 21 METALS The
London tin market wat lower today, witii
spot quoted at 132 15a and futuret at 133
7a 6d. Locally the market waa weak, with
quotationi ranging from $29.00 to $29.50.
Copper waa a shade higher at (0 for a pot
in the London market, But futurea were
unchanged at 0 lis. Locally the market
waa dull, with lake quoted at tli.40ll3.24.
electrolytic at $l$.374$Tll.o0 and catting at
$13 124313.174. Lead waa unchanged at
13 fta 9d in London and $4 6744H 624 in
the local market. Spelter waa 2a 6d lower
in London at 19 2a id. Locally the market
waa dull at M.S5&4.70. Iron wat lower In
the English market, with standard foundry
quoted at 60s and Cleveland warrant at
51a 74d The local market wat unchanged.
No. 1 foundrv, northern, waa quoted at
$i.6fn3'17.26. No. 2 at $16.004 14. 76. No. 1
foundry, southern, soft, and No. 1 foundry,
southern, at ll8.75S17.2o.
ST. LOllS. Aug. 21. METALS Iead,
dull at $4.46. Spelter, dull at $4.5034 65.
Kaaaa City Grata aad rratlaloat.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 21.-WH EAT-Un-changed:
September, S74c; December, t9Ac;
May, 4c; caah. No. 2 hard. 924&7c; No. 3
hard. 90S7c; No. 2 red. r0S4c; No. S red,
CORN Unchanged: September. 71e; De
cembr, hTtac: May. M'kc: cash. No. t
mixed. 73c; No. S mixed. 724373c; No. 2
white. 7C4c: No. S white, 7fr7t4c.
OATS Unchanged : No. 2 white, 4TH4560C;
No. 2 mixed. 4tt4474c.
HAY Firm; choke timothy. S9 5AJ10 00;
choice prairie. S7.W57.24.
Bl'TTER Firm; creamery. 23c; packing
EGOS Firm; fresh extras. SOe; current
214 OTO 244 000
i- fro i om
251 763 ....
2f 79 932
573 . . .
12 r. . . 1.298
1.324 4 64 2.535
Corn. bu. ,
Oats, bu. ..
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co..,
Armour aV Co
Cudahy, Kaaaas City.
Cudahy. Fort AVorth
Vansant AV o
Carey dk Benton
Lobman A Rothchlld
Hill at 8on
F. P. Lewis
J. B. Root aV Co
J. H. Bulla
L F. Hust
McCrearv aV Carev....
M. Hagertv aV Co
F. G. Inghram
CATTLE At utual on a Friday toe re
celpt of cattle of all kinds were very
light, there being hardly enougn of any
one kind on aale to make a tett of the
market. Such cattle aa there were gen
erally sold in about the tame notches at
yesterday, there being hardly enough
change In any one description to be worth
This hat been a week of very large re
ceipts the arrivals ahowing a heavy gain
over last week, but still falling quite a
little short of the corresponding week of
laat year. . ..
The market on beef steers has been In
very satisfactory condition all the week,
although at tl.e outaet prtcea were a little
lower on account of the heavy run on
Monday. During the remainder ot the
week, although receipts were liberal, the
market waa firm until at the close priceg
were fully steady with the close of the
previous week. Corn-fed beevet, If any
thing, were a little ttronger.
Cowa and heifers told decidedly lower
during the Tint two dtyt' of the week, aa
a result of the very large receipts of that
kind ef cattle. During the latter part of
the week price firmed up, but still not
enough to make up for the decline; thus It
happened that the market today wat 15tr2tc
lower than one week ago.
Good feedert were active sellers all tha
week, the market being at the close strong
at compared with last week. On the other
hand medium klnda of cattle at well aa
til .common and trashy grades wer In
poor demsnd. accumulating rapidly in the
yard In spite of every effort on the part
of operators to force them back Into the
country. The lack of country demand for
cattle of that description caused an easing
off In values until today the market is
safely lCsSSOc lower than last week, with
a good many cattle still in the yards in
the hand of speculators.
Quotation on cattle: Good to eholce eorn
fed atear, 42&Q00; fair to good corn-fed
tteert, t tf.'4 25 ; common to fair corn-fed
ateert Mii26; good to choice range
steers, $4.766.25; fair to good range sterrs,
M1SMH70; common to fair range steers,
$3.4ti4 26; good to choice cowa and heifers.
$34004.26; fair to good rows and heifer,
$2 fsj 40; common to fair cowt and heifer,
$2.0f-4.90; good to choice tocher and
feedert. $4 3644 65; fair to good atockera trd
feedert, tl 40454 26; common to fair atockera
and feeder. $30043S60; stock heifers. $2,109
HOGS The run of hogt wat very mod
erate again today, only elxty-three cart
being reported In. The market waa strong
to a shade higher than yeeterdav. While
the trade wat not active, the moat of the
FREDERICK R, TIBBITTS
Fturtl Floor, 35 Coogrisi St., Boston. Mass
Commiaaioa rdera for tock aad bonda 1 POULTRY Firm: chickens. Sc: springs,
la U atari at s. , U40: turkey. 14c ; du. ks. 7Sc: geese, av.
BUTTE K Firm . creamery, itijzx.
DAY STATE CAS
aad aU other Chxrt Btooaa Boag-ht aad Scla
UNTAIXrxa LATE AUTHENTIC
n FORMATION ON
Copper, Curband Mining Outlook
EQttS Firm: 15W?. case court.
PRi 1VI0IONS Pork, lower; standard
Jobo:ng mess. $1125. Lard. lower; $8 8749
! Flour, obis
1 Wneat. hu
rm n. bu . .
Oa'., bu . .
. J3 000
MONET vfik rer cent
The rate cf discount in the open market
for snort bill is 1491 S"1 fr cent; for
three jnonths' btl'.t. ls per cent.
LONDON. Aug. 21. Eatv eondltlont pre
railed rm the money market tndav aad
discounts were wsaktr. Trading on the
Stock; exchange continued quiet, with a
generally ateady undertone. Consolt main-
Pm.. a-WA t tamea tna imcrgvcnuni rr yvvieraay snii
",B,Sfl- 1 !..,.. L .H ,K.fnl M .rr..l,....l .
PFJORlJV. Aug 2L CORN-Steady. No Ji h.rd,Bln of bualneaa after the aettiement.
lrtnttr Plaie, Vara I white. aV; No. $ white. No 2 ye'.low. I hut the foreign tecirittet In which Parts
e aaaanpie rnplag Free ' ' r.-.-. , Jt .. , a. , ia interes'.ei werw mcunea to aroop, Amer-
(1.00 pee u 91 pagoe era.de. 74c. 1 fln aecuritles started the day irregularly.
- ov,.r '1 .iti ipnh. GoMfleld K t B..n. .'ATS H'gv,r No. S Mi', 4S'j3 4V; Mr Tny irrrroved around noon, under trie
v .tU. T. 'log on. 11'. !!- B'r.tiaiii. Pn. l w-. - 4.Tiv .l-j.'I of te Htrrlrran 1aaua R.istneas
Liverpool Grata Market.
I LIVERPOOL. Aug. 2t -WHUAT-Spot,
1 qule': Nf. 2 red w-stem winter, 7t4d. No.
!l California. 7t lOijd. Futures, steady;
' Septemtver. 7s 44d: Deotnber. 7t 4d.
I CORN Spot, firm: Arrertcan mixed. 7s td.
Fu'ur,-. r.uie:; September, te d.
HOI In Inrtrm. Partf-.e cost:, stetdy;
1 li's'OlTT s.
Toul aalas tor the day, 44 1 ahares.
London Stuck Market,
LONDON. Aug. 21 AanerUan atockl 1
were heavy ut tne opening toosy. uuring
the earlv trading Reading declined a point
and Southern Pacific a large fraction. At
noon the tone wat tteady and prlcet wre
unohtnged to a point below yetWrday't
New York closing.
New York turned teller In the afternoon
tnd dealer! here realited. The market
London doting ttockt:
Conaola. monef , g. a T l.'H
sS n T. central 1'ias
S Norfolk A W It
do pfd 41
7S Ontario A W 41
MS PanaaylTanta C-a
1-4', Rand kinea
4SS Raad'Bf .. ws-s
4 Southern Rr kAt
!4S do pfd 4s
U'atoatkara Parlflc Ils
t7Sl'nloa Pacific .141
S da pfd at ,
SSI' 8 tteet , ats
ts do pld 1114
3 Wabaak 13.,
dO pfd JS
140S tpaaiah 4s 2
1:1 Aaval Caspar ft
!3t-14d per et.
NEW TORK. Aug. 21.-COTTON-F"u-turet
opened easy; August, t.tfc; Sep
tember. S tic, aaked: October, I too; De
cember. S 54c; January. t.52c; March, $ 5tc;
May. 863c. hid.
Spot closed quet. 10 pointe decline; mid
dling uplandt. lot; middling gulf. 10.26c;
GALVESTON. Texat. Aug. 21. COTTON
Lower at 9c.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 51 COTTON
Spots were quiet ar.d easy. Low ordlnarv,
dltng fair. 1o 11-lSc; fair. 11 J-lc. nominal,
good ordinary, 74c; low middling, l4C;
middling. 9S.c: goon middling. 10 j-ite; mid
dling fair. 10 U-lc: fair. 11 t-16.'. nonnna',
Sales, lmi bales; receipts. 32 bales; stock
25 S14 bales.
ST. lOI"lS. Aug. 21 COTTON-Dull
middling, loc. Sales none; reo.lpu 22
bales; shipments. 223 balet; atock 11. Wl
Baltlmora A Ohio.
Chesapeake A O...
Clil.aso G W ..
Chi . Mil A St. I
Penaar A Ris O .
da lat pfd.
do td pld
Iihaoia Central ...
SILVER Bar. ttetdy at
C!l. li. a 1 v. .iutity n.J Uau.,-4.
V. aol Market.
BOSTON. Aug Jl-WOOL-The Ceni
mercial Bulletin of Botton. basing It re.
port upon statistics gathered for the gov
ernment will aay tomorrow of the wool
market: "On the whol prosrects are fur
rroderate trading until the fall demand tett
In. The market Is steady and for all de
sirable wool firm." The shipment cf wool
from Boaton to August 2u. inclusive, ac
cording to the same auth rltv. were 107..
M4.275 pot.i.ds. agsinst 144.917 &45 pounds for
the same time last year. The receipts to
August 20 inclusive were 172.2T5.0") pounds,
against 210.S2I 245 pounds the tame ptrot
ST. LOUIS. Aug 21 -WOOL-Fltm; me
dium grades, conihn g nnd clothing 19ft
2oc: light fine. isftl'c; heavy fine. Htj12?;
tJb washed, 20f27c
hogt sold in good season in the morning.
1 ... Duik ot i..c nogs sold at $ letie 4.. w.o
a top ai .!" Uirriiv a goou mart vi
,ne nogs i.t.iug'u ao.rfyoi. s. tint, tsalna
me arir i..r tiu,n uae, tn-ie i. nu.
erv m.iui cnanae in me maiael as a
whole, today t savtnee carries tne mat -aei
to a point thai is on an average itiuut
c nlgntr man at tne close of last wee.
Srir.r.r- 4.mly four cars of frrsh sheep
weie rcporieu In init morning in aduituui
to whlc.i tueie were a tew . rs 01 lamos
carried over from ymt.JSj. Aitnougn
mere were not enough ot any one kind 10
make a lerv thorougn test or the marael,
still wmt there was sola at pi lets tnat
looked aoout steady wlui yesteiuai s clos
ing. ..eceipts of sheep this week have been
vetv large, being more than twice tne sue
of a year ago and decldedlv larger thnn
lor recent weeka. A conaiderable propor
tion ot the arrivals have cor.sisied of
lambs, the supply having been large at
most all of the leading market point. In
spite of the big run tne market here ad
aneed verv snarply on Monde. being
quoted liyvoo higher. At the same time
Chicago reported s. lower matket and inn
tinueo lower ail the week. The market
here held up until Wednesday, when, under
the influent e of the heavy break at Chi
cago, lamb prlcea began weakening, until
tooay it is safe to sav that all the a.lvonce
of Monday has been wiped out, leaving the
market on fat lambs a little lower evrn
than last week s close. On the other hand,
feeder lambs advanced ery sharply early
In the week, reaching the high point of the
season to date. Choice feeder lambt told as
high as 95 60 end the trade waa very active
at prevailing prlcet. Later in the week the
demand waa not to active, buyert allowing
an inclination to move a little more cau
tiously, wltli the result that while no
marked decline hat taken place In the mar
ket, still there Is a feeling that the wire
edge ia off so far as feeder lambs are con
cerned. Fat sheep sd-anced at the beginning of
the week intrply. the sime as thev did last
week, but the receipts during the week
were quite moderate. hue tne nemanu
was verv hrlsk the advance was ail main.
tamed. Thna at the close of the week fat
theep were around 15tc higher than at
tne cose of last week. Feeder sheep were
also very good sellers all week, closing up
strong on all desirable kinds.
Quotations on range or grass sheep ana
lambs: Good to choice lambs. SS.9jV84.00;
fair to good lamb. S5.50ifi6.80: feeding
lambs. tS.(k: good to choice light year
lings, tt 4ofi4 75: good to choice heavy
vesrling. S4.Wt?4.40; feeding yearllnga.
$4 0044.40: good to choice wethers. M 0f
4.20; good wethert. $3.7iV64.00: feeding
wethers. W.150453.7S; good to choice ewes.
S.75-34 00; fair to good ewe. t3.25Sia.7J;
feeding ewet. $126434.90; culls and bucks,
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hag tgalet and Heady
4 Five Ceata Hlajker.
CHICAGO. Aug. 21. CATTLE Receiptt.
about 2.600 head. Market ateady; eteers.
$4 7tva7.76: cows, Si.4iVu-6.26; heifers. $3.U8
S.0O; built. $2.754.00: calves, $6.004,7. 60;
Blockers and feeders. $2.jt1.60.
HOGS Receipts, estimated about 12.000
Lhead. Market for good quiet and JtteadV
to 6c higher, othets not waniea; cuoice
heavy shipping. $4.766 SO; butchers. $6 704J
4.90; light mixed. $-.4'i?.55: choice light.
4u6.ikj; packing. $6.46.4; pigs, $4 Uufe
135; bulk of sales. $6 75&.iw.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts estimated
about 2.C1OO head. Market for feeders was
steady, lamba 10c lower; sheep. $3.5o54.o":
lamb. $4.00ii.30; yearlings. $4.i4j6.ijo.
Kaaaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 21.-CATTLF,-Receipts.
1.400 head. Including southerns
Market strong; choice exrort and dressed
beef steer. $4V067.2ri; fair to good. $4 5ct
6.00; western steers. $3.60tfi6.S5: stockers
and feedera, tttJOtjfiOO; southern steer
$3.80t3426; southern cow. $2.253.00: native
cow, $2.2604.25; native heifers. $3 0:-$ 3. ?5 ;
bulla. $2.40433 40: calves, H-2E.it 4 S.
HOGS Receipts. 5.3m head. Market
opened 6c higher but closed weak: top.
$6 76; bulk of sales. $o.40)?4.7; heavy, $4
j'176; packet and butcliera. $HloS4 76;
light. $6aTu3tlv. Pig"- M.SOfiS.iS.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 60o
head. Market ateady; lambs. tt'Oflfli;
ewes and yearlings. $3.76414. 30; TeSs yesr
linga. M.OtiOjt.&tJ; Texa sheen, $3 a'.'4JI4.16;
ttockers and feeders, S3.2sVff4.5t).
$3 26rt iai; w ethers. W 034 l ; ytArllnga,
3.84.nD; ewes. $3 '04. on.
t. I. oala I. lie atork .Market.
ST. I.tillS Aug 21 CATTLE Re
ceipts, j 420 head, including 1.100 Teams
Market strcng t lc higher; nattve ship
ping snd export steer. S 4 7 6 a , 4i ,
tires..e.l beef and butcher steers, $3A0u
4 90; eteers under- l.noo pounds. kJoOjj
4 40; stockers and ' feeders, tt.OOfi 4 On,
cows snd heifers. $2.74 ti 4.26; canner.
$2.0043 2 25: bulls. 15 7547 4 a0; calves. $3 0 "
ti6.75; 'lexan and Indian steers. $. ...tj
5 40; cows and lielfers. $1 6oj4.2n.
HOGS Receipt.. 4 4 40 head. Market 1
tt 20c hlRher; pigs and lights. $3.401j 50.
packer. $4.404 6.7: bmchert and best
heavv. $6.toi,n.7 4
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 1.4.10
head Market sfa.lv; native muttons.
t4 00fj 4 25. latnoa. t5.i0 'u J.7a. . 11IK and
bucks, $3.26t7 4.O0i stovJiers. . 1 4.40 tj 4 7.
lost t Its- Live Slovk Market.
SIOUX CITY 'I.. Aug 2J I9pe lal Tele
gram.) t'ATTLE-Receipt afa ticid. mar
ket stcsdv; beeves. t fl tf7 o; cows and
helfrrs. 4iii5": feerleraj t3.t.tri4 -0. calif t
and yearlings. $2.75?i3tV.
HtXIS Receipts, -.am head: market 4c
hlgher: range cf prices, ti.;f j 46, bulk of
ssIps. V.lo4i4 40.
Stock In Slglal.
Receipts nf live slock at the six principal
western matkets yvstetday were aa follows:
Cattle. Hogs, (jneep.
South timalia I " l."'
Sioux City 2"0 2.A1
St. Joseph 7i 6!ii 4.'
Kansas Cit 1 Sm t.ii
St. Louis 2 4.0 4.40O 1,4j.i
Chicago 2."i 13.0ij0 2 ti
Totals 8.720 35.5") 14.430
UM AHA t.E.MTn.ll, MARKETS.
Ceaeltlea of Trade aad Qaotatloas aa
Staple aad laser Pradaca.
BL'TTER Creamery. No. 1. dsliveied t
retail trade In carton. 22c; No. V, la 4U
lb. tubs. 2J4c; No. 1, In tO-lb. tubs. 2te;
No. 2, in 40-lb. tubs, 104c; No. 7. la $
lb. tubs, 21c: No. 2, in 1-lb. cartott. 21c;
No. 1, in carload lots, 214c; No. 2, la tar
load lots. 194) 19 fee; country, fancy. tua
17c: common, ISc.
EGGS Fresh candled, lte dotes.
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin tail cream,
twins, 144c; Young American. 4 la hoop,
16c; f avorite, S in coop. 14 4c; Daisy. 39
In hoop, 14 4c; cream brick, full cat.
184c; half case. l$c; halt doaen orickt,
14c. No quotation on Swiss nor Umber:
n until after October.
BEEF CUTS No. 1 riba. 17c; Ncv. 2 rib.
11c; No. S rlba, 7c. No. t loin, 194c; No. i
loin, 124c; No. S loin, 9c, So. I chuck, 44c j
No. 2 cnuck, 4o; No. S chuck, 4c. No, 1
round, 84c; No. 2 round, ac; No. S round,
se. No. 1 plate, Sc; No. 3 plate, 44c; No.
t elate, S4
St. Joeeak Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. 21. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 70U head; market steady- beeies.
$4,004x7.26: Texant, $2.5ff 1 W: crtwa tnd
helfert. $2.2trJ5.35; calves. MOOfi6 00: stock
ers and feedera, $3.un4.4i; bulla and ttags,
$2.tVl4 60; western tteers. S3 it 25.
HOG8 Receipts, S.itki head, market
ateady; good heavy. t4.6ij'ij' 70: medium and
mixed, $6.4tYS4Ce; light, tn-Otifi 6 .i; bulk of
SHiSEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4 -Vl
head; market weak to 10c lower; lambt.
EQETaBLES C'eisry, atlchlaaa. oar
got. 35c. Beaut, new wag and ttiiug, one
third bu. basaau 1.M; navy, per bu.. No.
t S10; litua, 44c per lb. Cabbajie, 20 net
lb. Potatoes, new, per bu.. Jl.lo. Toma
toes, per 4-basket crate, 90c. Vatermloub,
abtjpaoo. Cantalope. California, SXtoOt Ot
per crate. Asparagus, per dot., toe. cu
cumbers, per aoa., 50c Onlona. Borrnuda.
Sl.bO per crate; Texat yellow, $1.24 per crata
Muaarooma, culUvaled, par lb., sue Let
tuce, per 00.. 26e. JFep4rt. eouLhtrn. $1
FRESH FRUITS Apple. t274VfiX00 pr
bushel box. Lwmons. 4.iad6.04. Oranges,
S4 OocreOO. banana. 4c per 10. Plume, fi.ti
t-baaket crate. Peache. CallfornU. 7V4n4Vi
box; Texa. -baakt atate. 4oa7vo. Pear.
i.4 4-taakat fr.ti, Blackberrtet. $4. llasp
kerrlaa. $4.00. Cheirtea, or. Cut lania, gj.uu.
tUGAK Coarse gran. Uted. S.lOe; ting
granulated. S.i0c; vubta, 4oc, powdered,
4 toe per lb.
LIVE POCLTRT Hena. ie; broilers,
17c; roosters, 4c; capon, 14c; duoka, 4c
geeae, 4c; turkeys, Iwci plgaona. tae 4wcu,
auuaor. tt.otf duaen.
DRESbED FOUL.TR - squat). $2 3i
DRIED FRUITS-Ralslns. loot MtigctteL
(4c; (ancy aeoaed. 1-lfc. carton, lUc Cur
rants, uncleaned, 64c; cleaned, te; car too,
to par lb. Prunes, 4043jve par aack; 7-9
per lb. Apricots. 2a-lb. boxes, Sc per lb.
feachet, California choice, 9c; fancy boxea.
lie per lb. Fear. California, lie. Dates
peralaa, 44c- Ftga. lay era. choice, tu4c
Citron. lQjJOc. Lemon peel, lie. Orange
FISH Halibut, 9c: trout. 14c; pltkarel. 10c.
plks, 12c; bullhead, tklnned and dreaaed.
lac; whit perch, to; white baat, 17e; blaca
baa. 26c; crappiet. 16c; whtt fish. Uc;
red snapper. 14c; flounders, 12c; mackerel,
17c; codfish, fresh fro ten. ISc; (bad roe, 46c;
tneita, 12c; frog leg. 4bc; grass sea lurU
tnet, 26c; catflab. 14c.
FIDES Quotations by i. 8. Smith at Co.:
Green salted. No. 1. 10c; No. 2. 9c; bull
hldet. No. 1. Sc; No. 2. c; horte hides,
$2.40; theep pelts. 26c to SLsG; dry peltt, 10c
to 12c per lb.; dry flint butcher hldet. lie;
try fallen hldet. ile: drv talted hide. 9c
Fortune for E vo ryono Quick
NEW YORK, Aug. 21-COFFEE-rutur
market closed steady, net unchanged to t
pointa lower. Sales were reported of 42 740
hagt. Including September at tt-JSgS. Oi
tnber at 4 55c. December at 6iifliSCc. Mtrch
at 4 o-Vrf and Mav at 4 65c. Spot coffee
quiet; No. T R'O. 4-,c: No. 4 Santos, gi.c.
klild coffee dull. Cordova. 9f)12i-c.
Oils aad Rosla.
SAVANNAH. G . Aug 21. -OILS Tur
pentine, firm. Sfis6e: aalas. 1 419 bblt ; re
ceipts. 1 SC bblt.; tRlpraenti. 422 bblt.
ROBIN Firm : A. B. C, 11 . ; D. $2 84
40. E. S2 40J 2 474. r, l.'.TVJjl-: : G. $2.40
62 9f: H. $3 94. I. S3 40: K. $4 25: M. $4 40.
N. $5 26; WO. StVTS. WW. 94
Dalatb Grata Market,
northern, tl 24: N.
hid: September. $1 614. bid; December.
9 'if. Ml
ii WHEAT No I
1 northern, new. $1 It.
cemirt:d p.ir.eirally In coieilng over t.ie I OATS To arrive 4 '
I have always preached "Don't speculate,"
but the whole world does.
The soundest, safest, surest principle of
Buy 100 shares of something selling at $2
per share to make 100 points profit instead of
buying 100 shares of anything at $100 per
share to make 2 points profit. Your liability
on $100 per share is $10,000, at $2 per share it
is only $200. The greatest fortunes in the
world have ALL been laid on this foundation.
My own fortune and financial success was
laid in buying Butte & Boston at the present
price of ''National Stock." Standard Oil,
Rogers and Rockefeller, who were my part
ners in the deal, and every broker in Boston
and New York will vouch for this fact. They
will vouch, too, for the fact that I advertised
as I am now advertising "National Stock"
that all who would buy at $2 per share would
be able to sell at $100 per share, and also for
the fact that inside of two years from the time
I advertised they could all have sold at $120
per share, and notwithstanding the recent
panics and what-nots each $2 invested in
Butte k Boston upon ray pledge for Its future
is worth in the open market today $80.
I trust that people everywhere will buy
"National Stock" to th. extent of ever) dol-
Botton, Aujutl IS, 1IQB
lar they can spare and not be frightened off by
the System's machinations, for the System,
panic-stricken at the enormous success of
' 4 National Stock, ' ' as evidenced by the trading
each day in the open markets of Boston and
New York, from .500,000 to 800,000 shares, is
getting out its broom to sweep back th
deluge. It has sent instructions to its press
agents and brokers everywhere "Spread this
story. 'National Stock' is a blind discretion
ary pool; has never been traded in on Stock
Exchanges, is not traded in on any open mar
ket. Is sold privately by Lawson for his per
To spike this mud gun of the System I here
with as president of "National Stock," leg
ally bind it to pay to anyone who can prove
there is any truth in any of the above state
ments the sum of $50,000.
Yesterday was the heaviest day for order,
pamphlets and inquiries since the campaign
Tomorrow the first pamphlets will b
mailed. On receipt of pamphlets the real buy
ing of "National Stock" will Lcgin.and in an
ticipation of the tremendous demand, I again
a3k that everyone limit their orders to $3 per
ohare Boston or $ New York and to hold
orders at this figure until I advise in publio
advertisements to increaw the limit.
THOMAS W. LAWSON.
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