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    Tim BKH: OMAHA, Fill DAY, .TUNE 11. 1000.
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GRAIN AXD PRODUCE MARKET
Sentiment it Strong that Winter
Wheat Crop Will Be Short
NO ESTIMATE ON SPREIO CHOPS
Wheat Was Steadr at 1h Start, bat
later Veakeaert a a Mara I m
proved Crop Oatlook, wltk
Two-feat Drop.
OMAHA, June Ifl. inns.
June u the reason of the year hm the
rain trade an a rule becomes pessimistic
about future prices. Many reports are cur
rent that will not bar Investigation. The
ntlment It strnn that the winter wheat
crop Mill not exceed (75,000,000 bushel! this
year.
Reports on sprint? wheat ar very favor
able, but thla clans of wheat la not far
enough advanced aa yet to determine anv
accuiate estimate, as conditions may
change materially.
Iocal receipts of eorn are better and
ehould Increase. The coming corn crop is
In excellent condition and at present the
market Is a weather proposition, with
prospects all In favor of Meal conditions.
Wheat was steady at the start on strong
rabies and good commission house support.
1-a.ier prices weakened on favorable condi
tions and a much Improved crop outlook.
The crowd turned bearish at the close and
l.ammci'td values for a tc lots.
t'orn was sieady and held firm In the
face of weaker wheat values. Cash corn
was s'rong and higher with fair demand,
leather conditions aie Ideal and receipts
are Increasing and these features should
bring a decline.
ITimarv wheat reclpts were Z7J.O00 bu.,
nd shipments were J. OK) bu.. agalnwt
i el pis Unt year of 313.000 bu. and ship
ments of 2MOU0 bu.
Corn receipts were 4S6.000 bu.. and shlp
nunls wire sKI.Ort) bu.. against receipts last
yrar or Ms.Ufl bu. and shipments of 325,0u0
uu,
k. learancea who H.0P0 bu. of corn, none
of oaiii. and wheal and flour eual to
JiV rsj bu.
Liverpool closed tfHd higher on wluat
and d nighev on corn,
tocal range of options:
OalveKton. firm, 4s svl;
July. :s d; September.
futures,
s Hd.
steady;
WKATIIRH 1 THE Git AIM IIKLT
bowers for ("naaae Friday anal
gome M ore of This Temaeratare.
OMAHA. June 10. WW.
Rains have continued goners! sine the
lut lerort In Hie northwest, mounialn dis
tricts rentral valleys and east over the
lake region and Ohio valley to the At
lantic roast. The rsins were llsht In the
northwest and mountains, geneially mod
erate in the Missouri and Mississippi val
leys and excessive at points In the Ohio
valley. With generally unsettled weather
still prevailing over the tipper vslleys and
northwest the outlook Is favorable for
showers In this vicinity tonight and Friday.
The weather Is slightly cooler In the lower
MisslsMppI and lower Missouri valleys and
southwest, and Is slightly warmer In other
sections, but no Important change has oc
curred In any section within the last twenty-four
hours and not much change Is In
dicated for this vicinity tonight or Friday.
itrcord of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years:
1MB. I!. 1907. 190ft.
Minimum temperature .... B? M f9 f)
Precipitation T .00 .11 .
Norma) temperature for today, 70 degrees.
'I'eflclency In precipitation since March 1,
1 ? Inches.
Kxcms corresponding period In 190S, 1.51
Incnes.
Deficiency corresponding period In la07,
0 II inches.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
and Wheat Region Bulletin.
and wheat region bulletin for
Neb, for the twenty-four hours
at 8 a. m., TTith meridian time.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Rapid Advance in Union and North
ern Pacific Feature of Day.
lion Incresied fl Olfi.lto. other securities de
ci rased fS.tV1 vsj, other deposits depressed
1,.S6.0H0. pMbllc deposits Increased ItWIM.
notes reserve Incressed fJLlsa.nnn and gov
ernment securities were unchanged. The
proportion of the hanks reserve to lia
bility this week is 4"U ptr cent. Last week
was 45 1 per cent.
Articles. Open. High.) r.ow. Close. Tea y.
Wheat
July..
te;t..
Corn ..
julv..
Sept..
Oat ...
Julv..
Hept..
1 11
1 03',!
9V
5'i.
I
fOV
41 V
1 1?
1 03H
I
MSI
41Si
1 O'.l
l o:s;
I
-. rov
41S
1 0!',
1 0,S
tiS
6.Vsi
41SI
1 13
1 03V4
)S
to1
41S
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. -tl.Wtn.K; No. 3
hard, ll.2TCl.3u; No. 4 hard, $1. awl. 3t; No.
2 spring. ll.ioUl !K
I'OKN-No. 2. 70V ! No . e; No. 4,
Me; No. 2 yellow, i070'c; No. 3 yellow,
"nc; No. 2 white, 1V.ti(il'w, No. 3 white,
71 Vic.
OATS No. I mixed, WHc; No. S yellow
(Vc; No. 3 white, S6c; No. 4 white, 64ViW
I c: si;dard,- s7c.
RVE-No. I, !c; No. 3, 7c.
Chicago ...
Minneapolis
Oin.tha
iJuluth
Car Lot Receipts
Wheat.
1
..... us
i
Corn.
257
7H
Oats
104
Corn
Corn
Otnsha,
ending
Thursday,
June 10, 1.109:
OMAHA IHSTRICT.
Temp Rain
Max. Mln. tall.
Stations. Max. Mln. tall. Sky.
Ashland. Neb i f,7 .ul Clo'tdv
Auburn, Neb 67 67 .02 Cloudy
Hroken Bow. Ntb. 74 55 .05 Cloudy
Columbus. Neb... 73 fir". .00 Cloudy
(ulbertaon, Neb.. 68 f.,1 1.11 Cloudy
Falrbury. Neb.... 72 M T Cloudy
Fairmont. Neb... 70 M . Cloudy
Or. Island. Neb.. 88 8H .00 Cloudy
Hartington. Neb. 07 t& .00 Cloudy
Hastings, Neh.... 73 M .00 Cloudy
Holdrege. Neb.... 7S f. .10 Cloudy
Omaha. Neb f& S7 T Raining
Tekamah, Neb... 67 fi7 .00 Cloud v
Alta. Ia Hi M 02 Cloudy
Carroll, la 2 S2 .00 Cloudy
Clarinda. Ia h8 D7 .no Cloudy
Sibley, la tW S3 .00 Cloudy
Sioux City, Ia... 6 M T Cloudy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at S a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGES
No. of Temp
Central. nations,
Mln
Rain.
Inches.
.S2
Max
Chlcaao. Ill 20 70
Columbus. 0 17 76 62 .2
Des Moines, la.... 14 W M .U
Indianapolis. Ind.. 12 S2 M .50
Kansas City. Mo.. 20 R0 60 .10
Louisville, Ky IS 86 64 .60
Minneapolis. Minn. 2s 64 4S .02
Omaha, Neb 18 70 56 .OS
St. Louis, Mo 13 M 62 .08
Rains continue general throughout the
corn and wheat region, being heavy in the
eastern and moderate In the western por
tion. The weather continue! cool through
out the corn belt. L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
STEEL PRESSURE IS RELIEVED
No Hitch Has Occarred In Plana for
Tradlnar In Steel Stork In Paris,
and Feellaa; Anoat Trade
la Confident.
NEW TOBK. June 10,-The action of the
stock market today Indicated the resump
tion of some Important operations on the
long side. Signs of profit taking sales were
still In evidence at n few points and the
advance was uneven, leaving some Import
ant laggards.
in ion Pacific was a leader upward in
contrast with the sluggish movement of
the Southern Pacific stocks. The latter
stock was freed from the positive weak
ness which it showed yesterday. Northern
Pacific was even more prominent than
I'nlon Pacific. Its rapid advancement was
accounted for by rumors that steps were
being taken to introduce the stock 'o the
Paris Rourse in the ssme way as had been
done In the case of I'nlted States Steel.
The denial from bankers interested that
any hitch had occurred In the plans for
trading in I'nlted States Steel In Parts,
aa waa rumored with depressing effect yes-
leraay, relieved i ntted states steel rrom
pressure and It more than recovered Its
quarterly dividend during the day. The
stock was helped also by the report of
the reopening of the Ensley (Ala.) steel rail
mills.
Feeling regarding the steel trade con
tinues confident and professional. The
news overnight of a rise in wages of
workers for several of the Independent steel
companels was tnken as confirmatory of
Improving conditions In the trade.
The Introduction to the trading on the
Stock exchange of contracts for the new
Atchison convertible bonds when Issued
was made the occasion for a bullish dem
onstration in Atchison. The reports of crop
conditions were regarded favorably. Some
apprehension was expressed in stock mar-
Ket circles that the recent course or liti
gation against American Sugar Refining
company and the agitation for prosecution
ny the government under antl-trUBt law
might revive anxiety on the part of In
vestors in corporations and prejudice the
movement to attract foreign capital Into
them. Rates for call loans ranged from 2
per cent above that figure.
The banks of England and France made
strong returns today and the discount rate
declined In Paris while the Paris cheque
on London advanced. A relaxation in the
pressure on New York for gold Is thus In
dicated. On the other side, however, a fall
In New York exchange at Chicago to par
compared with 35 cents per ll.OOO premium
a week ago shows an ebbing of the flow
of currency to New York and gives the
premonition of coming requirements for
the movements of the country's crops.
Kates for time loans for the longer ma
turity have advanced a fraction and
keener scrutiny of collateral In stock mar
ket loans by bankers was reported. The
Irregularity of the market Increased aa the
day advanced.
UondM were Irregular. Total sales, par
value. $6,410,000. I'nlted States bonda were
unchanged on call.
Number oi ssles and leading quotations
on stocks were as follows:
Quotations
CIIHAttO CHAIN A.D PROVISIONS
Wheat Prlrra Break Sharplrlm-
provrd Conditions Canse Selling.
CHICAOO, Jane 10. Wheat prices bloke
sharply today, owing to general selling,
based on Improved crop conditions In the
southwest. Th? July delivery displayed
the greatest- weakness and sold off 2Sc
from the high point of the day. The mar
ket closed weak at losses of HSc to I'Vf
lc, compared with the ptevious final
figures. Corn, oats nd ' provisions were
adversely affected by the slump In wheat
and closed eaoy.
The wheat market, ws weak all day,
with the expectlon -of ri brief period at
the start, when prices rose to a point a
trifle above yesterday's closing figures as
result of unexpected strength at Liver
pool. The weakness beonnrw dorrdeiHy proj
nounced In the final hour and the July
delivery waa subjected to heavy selling
pressure. Much of the selling late In the
day was of a stop loss character. Bearish
sentiment in tha pit was due mainly to a
material Improvement In the condition of
fall sown crop as Indicated in numerous
repot ts which were received from Kansas,
Nebraska and the Ohio river valley. Ac
cording to some advices the crop in Kan-t-as
Is Improving as a result of recent
tains and harvesting will begin pn a gen
eral seal-) next week. . Floods In some
MCtlins of the southwest, however, were
mid to have -wrought tome damage to
growing grain. An estimate on the week's
rhipmenia of wheat from Argentina, which
shewed a gain of nearly 1.000,000 bu.. com
rtred with the previous week, was a bear
ish fncto- earlv in the dsy The range of
the July delivery for the day was between
$I.Ui and ll.lV The market closed weak
and only a trifle above the low point, with
Jul', at ll.1ilTr.ifil.l7.
New high record marks for the season
wtre established In the corn market when
the Julv delivery sold at 73a and the
September at 70'ic per bu. Sentiment in
the pit was bullish the greater part of the
day. but the market finally yielded to
the weakness of wheat and closed at al
niost U.e lowest point, although prices were
still a trlflt above yesterday a final figures.
The lecmlxr option was an exception and
closed at a not loss of Ma.
Trade In the oats market was quiet and
prices fluctuated ovei a range of about
lialf a cent. The market closed eaav, with
prices shade lower to a shade hlfc'hor
than yesterday'! final uuntatluiis.
Provisions closed lO01f.c lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
and
kiln
0. b.
1. t,
Artloles l Open. Hlgh. Ixw. Close. Yesy.
Wheat
July
Sept.
Ik c.
Coin
July Sept.
I ec.
Oats'
July
ept.
Pec. .
Tork .
July
Sept.
Lard
July Spt.
Ribs
July Sept.
jl 19'4S! 1 191
l 10'V 1 10!
1 0V I 09V.V
I I
73SS;
7oy
T3V
1 1V1 16'4-TI 1 1!H
1 OhS'I 0S 1 10'a
1 OS I l ast;i oV
T2V 73 faVHS
70.4 70v,fi i
oviowtf v
6jV fw ;5S
44WrS!
-.tiiel
I
SO 0741
20 30
11 7HI
1177
1
M &3'-.:rS,"lH'
44wt 44S44litJW,:44m.
iSl . 46
10 37'
10 M
20 10
30
11 TO
11 M
10 74
10 w
19 96
20 07Vtl
11 M
U 7H
10 75 !
10 75
45 ;45 tj Vfc
19 95
07H:
11 SO
U 57V
10 75
10 75
20 07'i
20 20
U to
11 72
10 S".
10 87U
of the Day on Various
Commodities.
NEW YORK. June 10 FLOUR Receipts
22,400 bbls. ; .exports, 4,MWbbl.; market quiet
with prices about steady; Minnesota patents,
$..2."i46.ti0: winter straights, $.ti.Vi.6.l; Min
nesota bakers, 15.35416 65; winter extras,
M siiin.70; winter patents, Ifl.7rv37.00; winter
low grades, 34.7dIci6.60. Rye flour ateady; fair
to good, 34.MW4.70; choice to xancy, w
00.
COHXMEAte-Steady; fine white
yellow, 31.66IQ I.7U; coarse, $l.K(&Lt)0;
dried. 13.903.95.
RYE Firm; No. 3 western, 97W r.
New York.
BARLEY Firm; reeding, s87c; c.
New York.
WHEAT Receipts, 1.200 bu.; exports, W.-
600 bu.: snot market easy: No. 2 red. u.bl,
elevator: No. 2 red. 31.51 nominal f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 Northern Uuluth, H.36 nom
inal f. o. b. afloat; N. 2 hard winter 313fits
nominal f. o. b. afloat. Reports that har
vest would commence In southern Illinois
next week and that new wheat was being
offered more freelv caused a violent break
fn.'w'heut prices" trklay". The" decline caught
slop orders near the close ana last prices
were So to l'c net lower, a rair export
trade was done at the decline. July closed
at 3125; September closed at il.ltss,; Da
cemtier closed at II. 15.
CORN Receipts. 2.200 bu.: exports, wu
hu.: Dot market ateady. No. 3. 86c eleva
tor a-nd Kc t. o. b. afloat; No. 2 white,
Mr and No. 2 yellow R4Sc f. o. b. afloat
all nominal. Option market was without
transactions, closing c to lc net nlgner
July closed at 82c: September closed at
7K.r: Ilecember closed at 6c.
OATS Receipts, Zl.wv mi.; spor mirmi
nulet: mixed oats. pounds. tmo, nom
inal; natural white, zwij.12 pounds, si'awoc
Inned white. S442 pounds, w"jjikc.
HAY Steady; No. 3, SOfoSoc; good to
choice 95fT 11.00.
HOPS Firm: atate, common to enoice,
mtw lUilr.c: lwr. oc; racinc coast, imb,
HIIiES rtrm; uogoia, ciiaac; venir
imaflft, ?1C.
pnnvisIOKf ueei. sreaay; rarnuy. o-i
liltcO: mess, lio &tKit li w; Deer nams, w
026.00; packet. 12.O0&12.;.0: city, extra India
me-a. 120 Wiizi.uu. mi meats, iirm; picniea
bellies, 112.00; pickled hams. $12.2512.50.
Lard, easy; weacm, iu.wmj1-, iwwu-
nent 12.2.7: foutn America, su.io; com
pound. 38.00C(i8.2. Pork, firm; family,
Ll OOfitt.Oi); short clear, 320.00T22.00; mess,
$2V00a22.Pfl
TAl,LitJ Bieaay; eny, btv, country,
1 Sl 5'c.
RICK Steady: domestic, fair to extra, 3
hH'c; Japan, nominal.
BUT 1 rjlt MronKj crranitry n, uin-
cial 2t4c; process, common to special, ltxrj
24c: western factory, HVriaOHc.
EfKtS Steady; western seconns, argcit.
POl'LTRY Alive, easy: chickens, broil
ers. 23f(raoc; rowis, in'qisc; lurntyi, iac.;
dressed, lower; western broilers, 23328c;
fowlB, 154jl6a
Kansas City Oraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, June lO.-WHEAT-Un-
changed; No. 3 hard, iLiweita; Jo. J
hard, 31. 3Sf 1.4.1; No. 2 red, 31.46.&1.M; No.
3 red. l. 43i 1.56. . .
CORN 'BSo higher; No. i mixea, ww.
No. 3 mixed, 72W; No. 3 white, 73c; No.
3 white. 73c. .
OA T.S I'nchangeo; no, i wnue, ate, t
mlx.d. 57iY5Sc.
RYE 82KIK5C.
HAY I'nchanged; choloe timothy, I1I.0O-1T
ISM), choice prairie, U.7utJ 12.00; choice al
falfa, 114 75316.75.
Bl'TTER "reamery extras, 24c; flrsU.
22c; seconds, 20c; packing stock, lta.
EOliS Extras, ZlSc; firsts, ihc; current
receipts, 18o, seconds and dirties. 164c
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 44.000 8,000
corn, bu 18 000 26,000
Oats, bu 4,imi u,wo
No. 2.
Cash quotations were aa follows:
rUM'H- Strong: winter patents, KSOt?
6.75; winter straights. 5.60frw36; spring pas-
nts. 3ri.a6 o0: spring straights, 34 M)r.U
takers. 33.oH52.
RYE No. 3. (4c. ,
HAULEV-rFced or mixing, SOfl&lc; fair
to enoice, is.c.
SEEDS-Fiax. No. 1 southwestern. $1 614
No. I northwaetarn, U.71H. Timothy, 33 90.
Clover. II0.60.
PROVISIONS M est pork, per bbl., 119 85
i J9 00. lrd. per too toe., ill w. short libs,
Idea (loose). 1A TO 19 si. - Short clear stiles
(boxed), IllMHCU 35.
BlrTTF.U Steady; creameries, 33a27cj
usirirn, ins),iiw'.
fcXIUS itdy ; receipts, 17,027 rases ; at
mark, cases Included, 19c; firsts, 19c
prime firsts, 31 Wo.
CHEEsE Firm: daisies, 3m4c: twins.
124il3c; yeung Americas, WatjUHo; long
porns, ivniao.
POT ATOEb Weak: choice to fancy, IbQ
lie; tair te gooo, ivtx.
POl'LTRY Steady; turkeya, 14c; chick
ns. IV; springs, sutfJOo.
VEAL Suady; U to 0-lb. Weights. AfiTc
60 to H-lb. weight. 78c; 86 to 110-lb
weights. 3ttfo.
Total eleararcea of wheat and flour wi-re
ocsl to UavOftf bn. Primary reoelpta were
moot bu., compared with 311,000 bu. the
crrrasponding day a year ago. . .
estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
S cara; corn, 141 cars eaia, ti cars; hogs,
ZU.0UU bead.
fti 1 ork Money Market.
NEW YORK. June 10.-MONEY On call.
easy at lWifiJ' per cent: ruling rate. I per
cent: closing bid, IS. per cent; offered at
IS per tent.
Time Loans very firm on long matur
ities and active; sixty days, 2Vb2S Per
cnt: ninety days. 2S Per cent; six months,
8Sfi.l per cent.
PRIMH MERCANTILE FAFER-JitM
per cent.
STERLING EXCHANUK steady, Wlin
actual business in bankers' bills at 34 Kt
VAf, for sixty dav bills and at 14 for
demand Commercial bills, 34 VHV'4 85S
SILVER Bar. F;'Sc: Mexican dollars. 4tc
RON I S Government, steady; railroads
Irregular.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
J folloWB!
, .101 H Japan 4
. K fln 4Hs
..Ill it on 4H M wrlet ...
. IM U lb. 4 M
.11 I, ft N. unf. 4
..121 M , K A T 1st 4.
.. 4 4o ls A rf. 4l...,
. .liwH da en
. 104l Mo. Pscltle
.. 0 N. T. O. (. I
..Wi do deh. 4
. .1WN. T City 4'-M ow ,
.. .''14 N. T., N. H A H
do . W. im 1 O 9. U rfd. 4i
rk Tr. e. 4 ePnn e. ms 1I5.
Tao. 8o. 1st ts wi4h do eon. 4s
t'rntrsl of Os. is 11M4 Rssdlnn tn. 4a ...
antral Leather ia.... 4 St. L. A 8 F. fa
(' of N. J. ia ... 1271, Bt. L. S. W c. 4a
Chaa A Ohio 44t . ..I'MS An lat fold 4a .
thlcago A A. lva ... 74 Ssabnard A. L. 4a
B. m Q. I. 4a 7'4Po. Parltle e. 4a.
C, M. A M. P. a. Ua "H do in ref. 4a
Options at Kansas City:
Articlea.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat-
July
Sept.
Dec.
Corn-
July
Sept.
Pec.
1 US 1 11 1 094 1 Ot'M
1 04s, 1 05 1 X!Vft!l 03SA
1 03S 1 04 1 Wl 1 02
' 71'.s 72V. 714 71
7 I7HA 67 67
64 55 544 544
Allia-rhalraars pld
Amalsamatad Copper .......
Amarlcan Agricultural
A in. lleet Sugar
Am. Can pfd
Am. C. A r
Am. Col ton Oil
Am. H. A L. pfd
Am. lea fiacurltlaa
American Ulnaesd
American Locomotlra
Am. 9. A R
Am. B A R pfd
Am. Sugar Refining
Am. T. A T
Am. Tobacco pfd
American Woolen
Anaconda Mining Co
Atchison :
A (chiton pfd
Atlantic Coatt Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio ptd
Bethlehem Steel
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pacific
Central Leather
Central Leather pfd
Central of New Jsraey
Cheaapeake A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago Ot. W
Chlcao A N. W
C. , M. A St. P
a, P., C. A St. L
Colorado P. A I
Colorado A So
Colo, a 8s. 1st pfd
Colo. A so. 2d pfd
Consolidated Oaa
Corn Products
Delaware A H
Denver A R. O
D. A R. G. pfd ,..
Dlatlllera' Securities
Erla
Erie 1st pfd
Erie id pfd
Oenaral Electric
Oreat Northern pfd
Great Northsro Ore otfa. ..
Illinois Central
Interborough Met.
Int. Met. pfd
International Harreetar ...
International Marina ptd..
International Paper
International Pump
Iowa Central
Kanaaa City so
K. C. So. pfd
Louisville A N
Minn. A Bt. L. .. ...
M , Bt. P. 4 8. 8. M
Missouri Pacific
M., K. A T
M , K. A T. pfd
National Biscuit
National Lead
N. It R. of M. lat pfd....
New York Central
N. Y . O. A W
Norfolk A W
North Amarlcan
Northern Paclflo
Pacific Mall
rannaylvanla ,
People's Gas
P.. C , C A Bt. L
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steal Spring
Reading
Republic Steel
Republic Steel pfd
Hock Islsnd Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
t. L. A 8. P. 3d pfd....
St. Louts 8. W
St. L. 8. W. ptd
Sloaa-Sheffleld 8. A I....
Hout horn Pscltlo
Bo. Pacific pfd
Southern Railway
So. Railway pfd
Tennessee Copper
Tsiaa a Pacific
T , it. U A W
T . It. L i W. pfd
Vnten Paclflo
I'nlon Paclflo pfd
V. . Realty
V. 8. Rubber
V. B. Bteel. es-dlr
C 8. Bteel pfd.
I tab Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical ...
Wabash
Wabash pfd
Western Maryland
Waetinghouee Kieotrlo ...
Western I'nloa
Wheeling A L.
Wisconsin Central
Total sales far tks day,
100
2.MW
ton
40. SOS
1.710
t.tm
10. son
1X
7D0
1.700
too
I Xl
1,000
S.Jffl)
M.0)
MO
High.
11
Jli
84
iS
7414
42
Ik'4
l;t
IS
t
113
1.13
142H
103
Low. Close.
il'i il4
MS
4.l
3
m
M
42
it
l4
l
HH
in
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104
Si, H0 120 11SV4
A asked. B Bid.
' "eat , M ark-srt.
PEORIA. una 10-CORN-I.ower; No. I
yellow. 4ff7BC: No. 3 yellow. T&o; No. 1
76c; No. 4rr?4r; o grade, &m3c.
OATa Steacry; No, I white. tjU4c; Ko.
4) white. . r9,T. ' .
Unrpaal Qrla Market.
WYFnrOOl Jr lft WHKAT-8pot.
No. 3 rd western winter, nominal; futures.
steaAy: July, ta VI i September, 3a ivad;
leoember, U 6d.
4X1HN Spot, new Amet-icaa mixed, via
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 10 WHEAT July,
n )wfll.3u4: September. 31.10ill.ll ; De
cember. 31084; cash. No. 1 hard. 31 854;
No. 1 northern, 31 .34rl X4S: no. z northern
3132'al32; No. 3 northern, 31303L31.
FLAX Closed at 31 614.
URAN-In bulk. KS.DOrti'24.00.
FLOUR First patents. 36 40(58 60: second
patents, 36.3Oru6&0; first clears, So.5045.S2;
second clears, 3J.6CP3.W.
Pklladelphla Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA. June 10.-BUTTER-
Steadv; western and nearby prints, 30c.
EGGS Steady: current receipts. In re
turnable casea. 23c. at mark; weatern firsts,
free cases. 23c, at mark, western current
revlriii. free casea. 2iru22c. at mark.
CHEESE Firm and 4c higher: New
Tork full creams, choice, 14c; New York
full creams, fair to good, 13144c.
Halatk Grain Market.
riL'Ll'TH. June 10 WHEAT Close
July. 312t4: September. 3111. No. 1 north
ern. 31 32; No 3 northern, 31.30.
OATS &6Vn7c.
Hllnaskee Urals Market.
MILWAUKEE. June 10. WHEAT No
northern. 31 7tfl.S8; No. t northern, 31 3;
July. 3i it hid.
OATSStandard. 6sf6V.
Quick Action for Your suoney You get
that by using Tbe Be advertising columns.
400
1.400
1,000
i
0
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410
1 2i")
700
21.000
1..10
4.700
700
' ' 100
6.400
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Boston Stocks and Bonds.
ROSTON. Jun 10. Mouse, call loans. tU
3 per cent; time loans, 3jj6 per cent.
Official closing:
. 27
.10ti
.476
. 344
. 64
. 7T4
. 17
.106
. 10s
. 24
4
. 1014
. 97
. 31
.. 22S
. 56
,.m
,. 364
.. 90S
. Its
.. 79
. 12s
1. 10S
,. 60
.. 3,1 S
.. 44S
.. 4
,. 4
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.. 41
43,100 share.
Lecal eesirtt4ea.
Quotations furnished by Samuel Burn
jr., 014 is aw lora uis oiug.
Cvdahr Packing Co. ta. 1994
CsUinhus. lit, U 6. 1699...
Ctlf ol Omaha bosds 4V4a, 194.,
Cur ( Ossaha 4a. 1919
Douglas eounir is, 194
bale Cllr suit Co 4
Kanaaa Cllr Hf. 6a 114 ,
Kaniaa Cli Rr A L. P'd
Nssraska Tslephona Block ..
Omaha Oaa ta 1417
Omaha B U A P. is. 1939...
Ouaba A C. B. St. Hr ia 1914.
uaiaaa m v. nr. wtw-.
Omaha A C. B. u Rr. pfd. ia
Osteha m C. . St. B e 4.
Omaha C. B St. Hr. U. p4, 4.
Oioshs Water ca. as ims
Oioaha Water Co. lat pfd
Omaha B. at T B. Ce. ptd. 4
Omaha B.. PAT. Co. 4a 1911
Pac.lls T A T ta. 147
Swift A Co
bertdsa Coal 4a. 1419 ,
toaih Omaha Sewer 4Sa, 1414 ,
lout Cltr Stock Yards p'4
Vnloa Slock Yards Co . Omaka, 4.
id Aasea
9S H44
, 94S
IMS
149
. 1U3S
'. '74
MS
, 7S
47S
. 100
, MS
. tS
99S
M
. 44
. 94
, 24
, It
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, 1"S
. 94
. 100 A
, W
MS
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Trade Very Dull, with Prices
Generally Lower.
HOGS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER
"4 Enough gherp or Lambs In Slab!
to Make a Market or Kstakllsk
quotations Keellna Gen
erally trady.
OMAHA, June 10,
Cst tie. ling
KOUTII
Rcrolnts sir'
Official Mundav 3.2M1 6 Wl
Official Tuesdav 3.140 12.;M6
Official Wednesday 3.3:1 l.V24
Uftlniale Thu.suay .3 11 .i
lWin
Bhrcp
23.3
3.M
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g. ref. ta, re
do coupon
. 8. 9s reg
do reupon
r. a. 4s. ret
4rt coupon
AIMs-chsl 1st 6s
Am. Ac. is
Am. T A T. re.
Am. Tobacce 4a..
do 4a
Atchison gen. 4a.
do a. I 1st 4a
do cf. 4s
do c. 6a
Atlamlo C. U
Bal. A Ohio 4a
do sa
4
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91
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nsva n a w. 1st cos. 4a
1st 4a 9S do rr. 4a
toos No. Pacific 4a
i4 do ti
., R. I. A P. c. 4a
do col. 6a
do rfdx. 4a
ere. A St L. g 4s.
Colo. Ind. 6s
K'iHo Mid. 4a
'. A 8 r. A e. 4Sa
PAH. tr. 4a
do 1st ref 4s
I). R. O 4s
niatillsrs' ia
Erie p. I. 4a
do sen. 4a
do c. 4a scries A
do series R
Oen Klec. cr. is . .
III. Cen. 1st ref. 4a..
Int. Met. 4Sa
Int. M. M. 4Sa
K r. So 1st Ss....
Bid. Offered.
now So. Rsilway 6a
96 do gen. 4s
91 S I nwn Psrlflc 4a.
as do ev. 4a
7744 do lat A ref. 4i
S3'4 1'. 8. Ruhbsr 4a.
tS V. 8. Steel id ia
lflt Va.-raro. Cbera. 5s.
.1U2 Wabash lat 4a
. 97S do 1st ei 4s. .,
. 744 Western M4. 4s
. 90 West. Blec. cr. is..
. 7Swl" Central 4a
. 94 Armour 4Sa w. I . .
. 74 C, B. A g. r 4s..
H1514 r A O rf. 9s
IC1014 f. A R. O nr. is.
74 N. R. R. of M. 4Ss
73S "t- L A 6. r a ia
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74S
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Atchison adj
do ta
Atchison R. R...
do pfd
Boston A Albanjr
Boston A Main.
Poston Klevnted
Fltchburg pfd ...
N. Y . N. H. A
I'nlon Pacific ...
Am. Args. Chem
An. Pne. Tab..
Aroer. Sugar ....
do pfd
Are T. A T
Amer. Woolen ,.
do pfd
General Electric
Mass. Elertrla ..
Msss. Oss
I'nlted Fruit
I'nlted 8. M
do pfd
ti 8. Steel
d pfd
Adventure
Alloues
Amalgamated ...
Arlsona Cora. ...
Atlantic
. . 49 Butte Coalition
....100 rsl. A Ariiona.
....Imfsl. A Hecla....
...106S Centennial
....230N4Cnpper Rings
....147 Daly West
....130 Krsnklln
. ...ISOSOranbr
I...178 Oreena Csnanea
....193S Isle Royale
.... 43 Mass. Mining ..
.... ISMIchlgsn
. ...132S Mohswk
....124 Mont C. A C.
....14IS Nasada
.... 8iSOId Dominion ..
....107 Osceola
....ltl) Parrot
.... 12 Qulncy
.... 64 Shannon
....13S Tamarack
.... 60S Trinity
.... 9) Tnlfed Copper ..
.... M'4 V. 8. Mining...
....1244 V. 8. Oil
7Sltah
.... 4414 Victoria
.... 9S Winona
43S Wolverine
.... 9S North Butte ...
London Btok Market.
tiONDON, June 10. American securities
opened Irregular and sold off on realizing.
Later prices narcienea ana rose a traotlon.
At noon the market was uncertain with
values from above to V4 below yester
day's New Tork closing.
London closing stocks:
Consols, monsy 94 '4 M ., K. A T 4444
ao account ran. x. central
Anaconda
Atchison
do pfd
Baltimore A Ohio..
Canadian Pacific.. .
Chesapeake A O ...
Chicago O. w
Chi., Mil. A Bt. P.
l)o Beers
Im river A Rio a..,
do pfd ,.
Erie
do 1st pfd
do Id pfd
Orand Trunk
Illinois rentral
Loulavllla N
rUl,VKRr-Bar,
W.
10S Norfolk A
..117S do ptd
..104 Ontario A W
..ins Pannsylvsnia
,.189 Rand Mines..
.. 90S Reading
8 Southern Ry.
..16044 do pfd. ..
.. 16S Southern' -Pacific 13444
sj union raclllc tmsk
...19514
... 93
... 90
... 6SS
... 9S
... 104
... 60
924
714
. 9)S do pfd..... 100
. 47SU. A Steal. . 6S
. US do ptd , 124
. 48 Wabash 21
. 23S do pfd at
.164S Spanish 4a M
.UtSAmal. Copper MS
dull at 26 8-16d per ounce.
MUNtit-2 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 2S2 1-16 per cent; for three
montns Dins, g per cent.
Four davs this week..l2.ft".t 46,112 6 Ji'f.
Same davs last week 14.2-." 41.315 .!'
anle days 2 weeks asi..li. lM 4l,f'3
,"anie days 3 weeks ago. .is.km bi i.-
Same dais 4 weeks aao. ltfi 'i.l 12 3 6
Same tlays last year 1N273 So.t li.4oi
Tte following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
1WH. lJS. Inc I'ec.
iiincj .i artl ?2.hjul
, . 10.223
year.
Cattle
H"g 1.2 4 013 t327.v
fheep 624,602 634,418
The following labte shows tha
price of hogs at South tmisna for
several days, with comparisons.
aveiage
the last
Date. L"0e. 10S. ;ly7. 1 1KW. 1903. 11904. 1903.
May ft...
June 1...,
June 2....
June 3....
June 4....
June 6 ...
June 6...,
June 7....
June 8....
June 8....
June 10..
7 11 I I
7 1.14! 6 35
7 1S4
7 26't
7 :t34
I 7 36
1 7 32'
I 7 7V
7 37
& 23
i. 2.1
6 26!
fin I 3!l S 131 4 Ml
6 401 2: 6 'i 4 HI B M
& iuj a o u.
6 Wl 4 4 i
4 Bui 6 66
$ 21 I '
6 zv 4 r.i 5
6 25. 4 B1
6 20 1 4 b B 60
6 17 4 70, 6 to
I 6 21i
0 I
( W I 6 20
6 31 6 6 24
6 261 6 ! 6
6 02 6 36,
6 27, 6 O, II 37:
b Zi 31 1
6 2? 6 06l I 5 20 4 7i 6 01
Sunday.
The otflcial
of cars of stock
brought In today bv each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Il'r's.
C, M. & St. P 1 3
Wabash l 1
Missouri Pacific 2 3
I'nlon Pacific 43 40 2 4
C. & N. W east 2 5
C. & N. V., west 28 4'J
C St. P., M. A O.... 17 12
C, B. & Q., east 12 4 3 2
C, B. & y., west 27 Sfi .. 2
C K. 1. & P., east... 6
C, U. I. A P.. west.. .. 3
Illinois Central 3 1 i
Chicago U. W 4
Total receipts HI 166 6 9
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the iium-
uer oi neaa indicated:
Cattle.
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift and Company..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
Krey Packing Co
Omaha Co., K. C
Swift, K. C
Cudahy, K. C
Hill & Son
F. P. Iewls
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
I,. Wolf .
McCrearv A Carey...
H. F. Hamilton
M. Hagerty & Co....
V. O. Inghram
C'odon
Hoffmann
Swarts Dros
Schar-er
St. Louis
Cudahy Bros
Other buyers
420
614
1.0SU
fiini
"so
24
HH
120
9
40
2
11
5
20
11
Kil
Hogs. Sheep.
1.772
2,278
22!t
3.212
231
36
6H4
478
t.3
2I'
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54
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7 t
7 U
7 9 4
7 SS
7 49
7 S-.
34
7 99
7 3
7
7 i
4 I 7 S'S
ISO 1 971,
... 7 7S
7 17V,
7 971,
7 41
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SHKKP There was not enough sheep on
sale this morning to make a market. Only
fnur cars were reported In and two of
these were consigned direct to a packer.
It will be remembered that a good portion
of last weeks receipts were "dnects." but
even with these Included, the official count
for the first three days was only 4,!W
head, about half as many head aa have
been received during the first three davs
of this week. This morning s two-car ship
ment to a packer is the first "direct" so
far this week. Supplies this week hsve
also differed from last week 8 mutton grist
In their nativity. Practically all of this
week's offerings have been California
range sheep and lambs.
Today's market, If it deserves the name,
with only two cars on sale, was nominally
steady. A deck of spring lambs sold at
I. 50. clipped ewes were weighed up at
33.75 and weatern spring and clipped lambs,
mixed, made 38 26.
Quotations on clipped sheep and lambs:
good to choice lambs, 87.7618 36; fair to
good lambs. 87 2Vf7.76; good to choice light
yearlings. 9i 26ii6 76; good to choice heavy
yearlings, 36 7rr6 2ri; good to choice
wpthers, 3fi DOS t). 40; fair to good wethers.
35.40'uo 90; good to choice ewes. 36 !.v6 40,
fair to good ewes, tS.BOB.vO; culls and
bucks. 33 OHfc-5.00.
Quotations on wooled lambs: Good to
choice lambs, $M.759i9.I&i fair to good lambs,
S..ir.-(fH.7B.
Representative sAlea:
No.
10 western lambs, culls ...
173 western ewes
!).1 western lambs '
95 western ewes
74 western spring lambs...
17 native ewes
17 native spring lambs
80 Western ewes
6 western ewes, culls
6 western wethets
CHICAGO LIVK STUCK MARKET
At. Tr.
44 4 M
, 89 8 7S
4 8 60
1 4 25
64 8 2'-
, 131 8 00
, 18 8 00
,79 8 75
63 8 60
,92 6 2o
Story
in
24S
21 IX
U'S
119
10
Treasnry Statement.
WASHINGTON, June 10 -Today's state
ment of the treasury balance In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 8150.000,000 gold
reserve, snows: Available cash balance.
3119.467.631; gold coin and bullion, $50, 443,123;
gold certificates, 127,237.730.
Ha
k Clearlntjs.
OMAHA. June 10. Bank clearing! for to
day were $2,792,849.87 and for the corre
sponding date last year 31,830,074.23.
St. l,ola General Market.
ST. LOUIS, June 10.-WHEAT-L.ower;
track, No. 3 red, rash. $l.tu1.65: No. I
hard. 31.31147. nominal; July, $1.12431.134:
September, $1.08.
CORN Higher; track. No. 3 cash, 741ft
74c: No. 3 white, 76'77e; July, 73c; Sep
tember, 694c.
OATS Higher; track. No. 1 cash. 67c;
No. 2 white, flO'.ic; July, M4ft51Hc; Septem
ber. 43c.
RTF. Nominal at 86o.
FIOl'R I'nchanged; red winter patents,
$6BOS7.00; extra fancy and straight, $6. 75
6.40; hard winter clears, $4 755.10.
FEED Timothy, $1.C0$25.
CORNMEA1H3 50.
BRAN Weak: sacked, east track, $1,253
1.27.
HAT null; timothy, $14, 00917.50; prairie,
$10 0012.60.
FA001NO-7He.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: Jobbing. $19 76.
Laid, prime steam, 311.3IW11.SO. Ury salt
meats (boxed), lower; extra shorts, $11674.
clrar ribe, $11,674; short clears, $11.75.
Bactn (boxed), lower; extra shorts, $12,674:
clear ribs. $12 87H; short clears, $12.75.
POl'LTRY Steady: chickens. 114c;
springs. 184723c; turkeys, 12 144c; ducks,
8c ; geese. 40.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 21tJ26o.
EGGS Steady at 184c case count.
Receipts Shipments.
Flour, bbls 6,800 .,800
Wheat, bu.. 36,000 lO.OOn
Corn, bu 71.600 44,000
Oats, bu 20,800 27,0o0
Totals S,26ti 11.953 1,087
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were very
liberal for a Thursday, 147 cars being re
ported in, as against 99 cars one week ago.
The market as a whole was very slow and
uiisatlslactory and the forenoon was very
well advanced before any business of con
sequence was transacted.
Buyers seemed to want a few good beef
steers and Something that Just happened to
suit them did not sell so badly, but the gen
eral market waa safely 10c lower and slow
at the decline.
Good tows and heifers on the dry-lot
order were lew and far between. The bulk
of the receipts consisted of grangers, a
good many of them pretty common. The
market on Uiat class of stuff was extremely
slow and dull with prices decidedly lower.
Buyers were claiming that prices at every
other point have declined very much more
man at mis point anu that tney were en
titled to a considerable reduction. Sales
men, however, were slow about giving In,
and It was well along toward midday be
fore very much business had been trans
acted. There were very few feeders here and the
feeling on that kind was about steady. On
the other -hand light stockers were very
poor sellers, being weak and lower owing
to the fact that all other market points
have broke very sharply on that kind of
stock, with the result that shipments have
been diverted In this direction, making the
icveipis isiKer man usual or late.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
corn-fed eieera, $e.KKa'7.00; fair to good
corn-fed steers, $6 OOnji.oO; common to fair
corn-fed steers, $i.0oy-00; good to choice
cows and heifers. 35.3oa6.00; fair to good
cows aud hetCera, $4.4O((i6.30; common to
fair cows and heifers, $2.50'a4.4O: good to
choice stockers and feeders. M.oo-ao.&O: fair
to good Blockers and feeders, $4. 004. 60;
common to fair stockers and feeders, $3.00
Ji 0i); stock heifers, 33.264i4.40; veal calves,
IVOW.ii; bulls, stags, etc., U.&UuS-W.
of Day's Transactions
Cattle, Hogs and Sheep.
CHICAGO. June 10-CATTLE-Recelpts,
estimated at 6 000 head. Market steady.
Steers, 35 60gS7.25; cows. 34.0O(i..2.:i; heifers.
$3.O0ii4).0O; bulls, $37ivfi5 26; calves, $3.0wy
8.0)1; Mockers and feeders, $3.30a5.50.
HOGS Receipts, estimated at 2V1.OUO head.
Market 5c to 10c lower. Choice heavy, $7.70
'fii.m; nutcner steers, 4(i.5trp7.w; light mixed,
$".20'ij7.3i; choice light, $fK7.35; parking.
rt-etw.eo; pigs, $&.2&irtf.0. Bulk of sales,
$7.SEig'7.B5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, esti
mated at 12,000 head. Market for spring
lamns steady, sheep c to 60c lower. Sheep
$3.75rfl.O0; lambs, $4.60.ff8 60; spring lambs,
$7.&0'a.&0; yearlings, $6?&087.60.
sale in the largest apency. l.lnlngs for ti
clothing tradt- luve been closely shld'fot
the season.
4 otton Market.
NEW YORK. June 10 .-COTTON-.Th4
market ope tied steady at a decline of 4
points on Julv. but genrrnllv 1 point lowsr
to 1 point hlKlier. which was better than
due en the cables Dry goods reports con
tinued bullish, offerlnss in the local mar
kets were light. Liverpool steadied toward
i's close, and prices here rallied to a net
advance of about HT3 points during th
middle of the morning on covering and
scattering support from local and southerp
bulls.
Snot, closed nulet; middling uplands,
11 30c; middling gulf. It 56c; ssles. 260 bales.
GALVESTON. June 10. COTTON
Steady at loc.
ST A)l IS. June 10 COT! 'or Qittet ;
middling. 104e; sales. II bales: receipts.
l?v bsles; shipments, 461 bales; stock. 39090
bales.
NEW ORLEANS, June 10 .-COTTON-Spnt.
steady and unchanged: middling,
104c; sales on the spot, 750 bales; to ar
rive, 45 bales.
10 s
10t
isi
94
4
isi
100
its
44
47
4
94
II
104
90
'4
1144
!
lid
Xew York Aflnlnsj Storka.
NEW YORK, June 10. Closing quotations
on mining slocks were:
Alice Little Chi .
Meatcaa
M Oman
It Ophir
9tS Standard
4 Tel lew Jacket
44
Hruaswlck Con. ...
Coaa. Tunnel atock
do booas
Con (al. A Va
Horn Silver
LeadTllie Cen
Utters.
.. I
.. 74
..loo
. 1)
.176
.. 90
Bank of England Statement.
LONDON. June 10. The weekly state
ment of the Hank of England shows the
following chances: Total reserve incressed
il.OOO, circulation decreased 067,000, bul-
W'ool Market.
BOSTON, June 10. WOOL Values have
advanced so steadily that some of the
manufacturers have withdrawn from the
local market. Yet 90 per cent of the new
clip Is reported as sold and dealers do not
look for any softening In prices. Worsted
and woolen mills In New England are al
most on a normal baHls for tha first time
since the panic. Active trading continues
In the foreign product. The leading domes
tic quotations range as follows: Kentucsy,
Indiana and Missouri three-eighths blood, 36
jj3tic; quarter-blood. 3(j37e. Scoured values.
Texas fine half-blond, 6 months, 7C(i72c;
fine 6 to 8 months. 63$Wc: fine fall, 6Mi.Dc
California, northern. H6i67e; middle country,
62a43c; fall free, 60-3 52c. Oregon, eastern
No. 1 staple. 72ii73c; eastern clothing. 67
l66o; valley No. 1. 6"ti5Kc. Territory, fine
staple. 74'fj77o; fine medium staple, 69572c;
fine clothing, 67,7 70c; fine medium clothing,
4ai6c; half-blood. 674i!'c; three-eighths
blood, 64a67c; quarter-blood. 6i68c. Pulled,
extra, 70u74c; fine, 6366c: A supers, 66Uti2c.
ST. LOUIS. June .-WOOL-Market un
changed; medium grades combing and
clothing. 2fac; light fine. 21tj27c; heavy
fine. 14'd22c: tub washed, 267i7c.
ST. IJIMS. June 10.-WOOL-Un-rhanged:
trerltory and western mediums.
24 29c; fine mediums, 2f71e; fine, 1623c.
No.
10...
J ...
At.
.. 744
.. ft4
.. 939
.. 950
.. 941
.. 997
.. 771
.. 931
.. 439
,.110
. . 1029
..1194
..1120
.. 940
..1017
..1US9
..1014
..1140
.. 945
.. 443
.. 2D
.. 420
.. 910
.. 734
.. 490
.. 648
..1'iSO
. . 1'iSO
..1435
.. 740
BEEF STEERS.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, June 10. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6.000 head, Including 8,000 southerns
Market steady to 10c lower. Choice export
and dressed beef steers. 360fr1.00; fulr to
good, 3f.00((6.40, western steers, $5.20fl6 75;
stockers and feeders, $3.75(5.70; southern
steers, .i Hnr((.iio; southern cows. 13 Wn4 60
native cows, $2 75.7)6 50; native heifers, $4.00
igi..-iu; nuns, n.zo'yo.lio; calves. 63. i&0f7.2n.
HOGS Receipts, 11.000 head. Market
stendy to 6c lower; top. $7. 65: bulk of sales.
$7.20lr7.HO. Heavy, $7.60'(i7.65; packers and
nutciiers, j.awgl.trt; light, 7.UOigf7.46; pigs,
$5.fVKi6.65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3.000
head. Market steady to 10c lower. Lambs
$6.5Ufr8.76; yearlings, $5.7BiS7.50; wethers, $5.00
mh.2; ewes, 64.60'jrh.7t', stockers and feeders,
33.2Dft&00; Texas muttons, $4.606.00.
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, June lO.-CATTLE-Recelpts.
2,300 head, including 1,600 Texans. Market
steady to 10c lower. Native shipping and
export Kteers, $6 26fi 7.06 ; dressed beef and
butcher steers, $6.6Oij6.80; steers under 1.000
lbs., 34.50g5.76; stockers and feeders, $3.750ji
4.st; rows ana neiters, o.oi)Wtt.8o; canners,
$2.00$3.00; bulls, $4.25&5.60; calves, $5.0tT7.60.
Texas and Indian steers, $4.00S6.7t; cows
and heifers,' $2 otXfi5.26.
HOGS Receipts, 10,000 head. Pigs, $6.30i3
7.60; butchers and best heavy, $7.65(7.80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.600
head. Market for' lambs strong, sheep
weak. Native muttons, $4 00'a5.75; lambs,
$ii.2uJ8 90; culls and bucks, $4.00t.50; stock
ers, J3.OOS4.tO.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, June 10 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 900 head;
$4.Hy6.85; cows
calves. 13. 501 7. io.
HOGS Uecelots. 11.500 head: market
steady to 6c lower; top, $7.66; bulk of sales.
.30(17.65.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.300
head; market steady; lambs, $7.00io8.50.
Sloaz City Lire Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, la., June 10-(Speclal
Telegram.) CATTLE Receipts, 700 head.
Market steady; beeves, eo.ourr7.w; rat cows
ard heifers, $4.006.00; feeders. lOo lower
at 14.O0nr5.0O, yearllnga, 8.').ODij'4.75.
HOGS Receipts, 2,800 head. Market
steady; range of prices, $7.104p7.6o; bulk of
sales, ri.wn w-
Sntiar and Molasuses.
NEW TOR K. June 10.-SUO t-R-Raw.
essy; fair refining. 3 42c; centrifugal. 941
test. S.9ic: molasses sugar. 3 17r; refined,
quiet; crushed, 6.6.-C; powdered, 6.6rc; gran
ulated. 4 Hoc.
NEWS OF THE RAILROADS
Federal Injunction Will Not flloelc
the Portland Ontrwar, Say
I'nlon Pacific Officials.
Union raclflc psssenger officials say tha
Injunction granted the Northern Pacific
by the I'nlted States circuit court at St.
Paul against the order of the Interstate
Commerce commission 'In the Portland
gateway rase will not effect the present
arrangement of the I'nlon Pacific In han
dling the business through Portland and
the present system of recheoklng baggage
will obtain until through cars are estab
lished to Seattle.
The Injunction regards only the order of
the commission and in no way effects the
present ticket arrangements of the Union
Pacific and Its connections at Portland.
All controversy between the Union Pa
cific and Northern Pacific will soon bar at
an end, as the Union Paclflo has com
pleted a traffic arrangement with the
Northern Pacific whereby It will run Its
traina Into Seattle via Portland ever the
Northern Pacific tracks.
Western railroads running between Chi
cago and the Rocky mountains have oe
cided to withdraw nil second-class rates
after July 1. The passenger traffic man
agers say there la no longer any need for
these second-class rates, which were put
In effect In former days for the benefit of
Immigrants. No cheap-rate tickets for
homeseekers are sold good on first-class
trains and In any cars of the trains.
W. II. Murray, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Union Pacific, leaves
Friday for Ogden to meet the special
train bearing the Chicago Chamber of
Commerce, which will be In Omaha next
week for half a day.
The general agents of the Northwestern
are making a tour of the Northwestern
lines and will be In Omaha Friday morn
ing, arriving at 4 a. m. and leaving for
the east at 10:30 a. m. The general agents
met In Chicago the early part of the week
for a talkfest, after which they started
on a tour of the lines In a special train of
eight cars. They came to Omaha from
Minneapolis and Sioux City.
The "Mikado," one of the twenty-five
large locomotives the Milwaukee Is build
ing tor service on Its new line to the Pa
cific coast is completed. Wednesday It
was taken to Minneapolis, but It waa too
large to be taken Into the city, so was ex
hibited In the outskirts and later sent to
Mobrtdge, 8. D., where It will be put In
service.
nsrket steady: steeis
and heifers, $2.5Gai.U0,
Pr.
6 43
6 75
9 90
6 90
6 90
6 H
4 10
4 h)
I 16
4 14
4 16
4 15
4 .0
t :o
4 20
4 j
4 J
4 44
3 :t
9 00
t 10
t 60
I 75
4 00
No.
il
34
19
14
19.....
73
69
13
49
4
W
60
IS
20
14
19
COWS.
4
4
13
11
6
6.
HEIFERS.
i 40 9
I 60 4
BULLS.
I 34 4
8 40 (
t 74 1
4 2fl 1
CALVES.
At.
....1374
....1331
...1843
....1074
.... 6,4
....U44
1484
....1063
....U2i
....1096
....1263
....1242
....1.07
....1307
13K4
...1230
....S.i
....im
...1110
....12.
.... 937
.... 7(i9
....134
....1244
.... 373
.... 9U0
.... 34
1A42
1690
....1140
Pr.
4 36
I 45
6 .')
t 60
t k
I 64
t 40
6 SO
4 66
4 U
4 46
4 70
4 70
4 70
4 70
90
4 90
4 0
4 90
4 10
4 96
6 24
6 36
6 40
4 00
4 60
4 70
4 76
4 25
t 60
I 60
4 74
4 71
4 7
7 0.1
7 00
I V& IM 1 120
i 120 4 to t no
K) 5 50 7 42
174 6 00 t
79 4 It 1 17
162 4 50 9 ia
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
4H4 4 50 91 647 6 9S
407 4 60 22 9 9 6 2o
626 4 55
HOGS The market opened strong to 5c
higher this morning and the trade was
active at the advance, so much so that
most of the hogs changed hands by 10
o'clock In the morning. A good share of
the hogs brought 17.3oii7.65 and on up as
high as $7 66 for the best weighty loads.
Common light hogs did not show so much
improvement as the medium and heavier
loads, but. nevertheless, it was a very
satisfactory market from start to finish.
While prices here were higher and the
trade aotive, reports wero coming from
Chicago indicating a weak and lower mar
ket at that point. Today's advance car
ries the market to the highest Point
year.
touched so far this
Metal Market. '
NEW YORK. June 10 METAIJi There
was a sharp advance In the Ixindon tin
market, with spot quoted at 138 6a and fu
tures at 1.16 12s 6d. Locally firm and
higher, although quiet, with spot quoted at
32'.i.624&30 00. Copper was higher In Lon
don, with spot quoted at 00 10s and futures
at fbl is 6d. Locally quiet. Lake, $i3.624tt
13 76; electrolytic, $13 374412 50. casting,
1:3813 374, Lead was a shade higher at
13 6s In London Locally quiet and un
changed at 84 354 4 46. Speller waa un
changed at 22 2s Cd In London. Locally
unchanged at $6 36776 40. Iron was higher
at 4ss wd for Cleveland warrants In London.
Locally unchanged
ST. Lol' IS. June 10 -MKT A l.S Lead,
firm at $4,324- speller, firm at 34. iC.
No. As. Sh. Pr Ko. At. 8b. Pr.
7! 1!4 1) 7 90 111 219 41 7 40
tl 179 120 7 20 7t Hit 190 7 40
91 , ISO 144 7 324 '3 m ISO 7 lo
14 197 40 7 :$ 76 147 9l0 I 0
33 19'- 14 7 15 79 225 ... J M
93 194 1D0 7 29 )4t Mi lie ) 10
4' 14 . . 7 24 SS tit 40 1 40
It 2"1 190 7 33 39 199 100 7 tO
6m 179 ... 7 1'. 42 135 H0 7 40
37 190 ... 7 96 7 23t U9J 7 9)
62 It6 to 7 25 It ti ... 7 40
'41 199 to 7 M 49 241 40 7 4l
7') 2)4 Is) 7 25 7t 2:9 40 7 4n
44 14 7 24 79 j to 1 4214
91 304 90 7 90 79 9 4U 7 42 .
79 904 ... IM tS 2(0 . . 7 tjw
K6 907 1) 7 90 94 136 110 7 42-
9l ... 7 30 91 231 M0 7 45
9.' 194 iO 7 90 70 ul 1.0 7 45
49 1 90 7 I 0 70 tr.i J T 45
94 14 1.0 7 I 4 79 li 10 7 46
7i 90 7 30 44 til 90 7 46
73 til 930 f 9 6 71 23t 90 7 44
70 11 . . 7 ll) II ttf 90 t 44
trt 1st 90 7 90 47 tit ... t 4;
92 (no 4 1 11 9j U0 III
47 214 3") 7 90 44 9ll ... T 45
97 lit 120 7 90 16 3M . . t 44
17 15 ... 1 90 64 271 t4 7 4714;
44 . 1 90 41 IW M Hi
t i4 90 7 40 7 4 40 7 50
73 199 40 7 90 14 ttl 120 7 W
74 2i.r. 9') T ll4 7'i :i.4 sii 7 60
9 1.4 0 7 3.V, ti tw to 7 44)
74 231 1) 7 Kt : SS44 . 7 i,0
67 UK 90 7 34 ii 344 240 I 60
Stock In Sight.
n 4 . .I..I a t (ha .1. nrlnnlnnl
western markets yesterday:
tattip. nogs, oneep
.. 8,234
.. 700
.. 900
..6,000
.. 2.3O0
.. 6,000
11 f2
2.WO
11,600
11,000
10,000
26,000
1,100
1,300
3,000
2,500
12. 0X)
18,134 61,882 29,600
J;
f -A iri I
South Omaha.
Sioux City
St. Joseph
Kansas City...
St. Louis
Chicago .......
Totals
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Staple and Fancy Prodnre Prices Pare
nlshed by Dnyere and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the tetall trade In 1-lb. cartons, 254c; No. 1
in 60-lb. tubs. 26c: No. 8 In 1-lb. cartons.
24c; In 60-lb tubs, 234c; packing stock, lDo;
fancy dairy, tubs, IWU'iOa; common roll,
fresh made, 1740. Market changes every
Tuesday.
rJUUS r rean selling etoca, canaiea, xso.
storage stock In Omaha market.
ruiIKSlC Finest Wisconsin full cream.
twins, 15c: young Americas. 4 In hoop, 164c;
favorite, 8 In boop, 16c; dalales, 20 In hoop,
lb4c; cream brick, fujl case, l&c; block
fcwlss, 16c; full cream limburger, loo.
POULTRY Broilers, Juc; aiive. springs.
i3u.iv Lenu. 124c: cocks. 6c; ducks, llcl
geese, loc; iuras, pige"!'". pr aos.,
JJc; guinea fowls, per dos., $360; squabs.
ter dog., 9i. 4-Tesseu uviis, uuj springs,
L&ll4c; cocks, 4o; duck, lie; gseae, Uo;
tuikeyt. 21a.
FISH Fresh caught; almost all are
dressed: Halibut, tc; buffalo, c; trout.
12c; bullheads, 14c; catfish, 17c; crspples,
sunflsh. Do to o; black baas, 26c; whltar-
flan, 13c; pike, uo; aaimon, jsc; picneret,
loc; frog legs. 8oo. Fresh froaeu: White
fish, No. 1. loc; round, o; pickerel,
draaed and headless. 7c; round, tr; pike.
dressed, 10c; round. 9c; red snapper, 12c;
Spanish mackerel, Uc; native luaclurel, 164
eaca.
iifc.Efr- CUTS iius: iso. I, l&c; o. j,
124c; No. 3, Uo. jjoln: No. L 17c; No. 3.
iio: No. 3. 13c. Chuck: No. 1. 74c; No. 3.
T4c; No. 3, 74c. Round: No. 1. luc; No. $,
tc; No. 3. 94o. Plate: No. 1. 54c; No. 3.
64c; No. 3, 64c.
rKtail rnLH9 Birawuernsi, t-tofW.a
per crate for Missouri and Arkansas slock;
Florida pineapples, 18a to 46s, $2.76 per
crate; giape fruits, it bixe per box, $0; 46
sue, $5.50. 54 size, $6; bananas, fancy Port
Limon, per pound, 4c
CITRUS h Kl 1Tb Lemons, $3 604.50,
Oianges, 12 7644 00.
Vfc.GETAblvt.ti Kansas sweet potatoes,
$2.76 per bbL California celery, largu, 90c;
smaller, 6ou. New York Holland seed cab
bage, 74o per lb. Wisconsin Red Uiooa
onions, 2c per 'u. California cauliflower,
$3.00 per crate. Tiaiatoet. Florida, e-baket
crate, $4.00. Lettuce, per dux., 40c. Par
amps, turnips, carrots, 75c per dozen. Flor
ida new beuta, lavrroia, p4sralps. turnips,
tic otr dos., 76c.
HlLfcb . 1 green. 10c; No. 1 cured, lie.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK, June 10 COFFEE-Fu-
turea closed steady, net unchanged to 6
points lower. Sales were reported of 7,000
bags, including July at owe, September at
$ uoasl.Oac and January at 6. 00c Spot mar
ket quiet; No. 7 lilo, V(aM:; No. 4 Santos,
ire. Mild, dull; Cordova, 9V4l2c.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. June 10 DRY GOODS The
coiton goods primary market continued
strong and active. Fine cotton goods are
becoming firm. There is a steadier demand
from jobbers for domestics. Cotton yarns
ar firmer and a slightly larger business is
leporied. Carpets Lad a latge advance
n&rme.t
iCiASTic Bookcase
is the original and only per
feet sectional bookcase
made. The doors are non
binding, dust-proof, operate .
on roller bearings, and posi
tively cannot get out of
order. Bases furnished with
or without drawers. Call
and see them, or send for
catalog with interior views
showing them artistically
arranged in library, parlor,
den, hall, etc. No. 105 is.
the catalogue to ask for.'
ORCHARD &
WILHELMV;'.
414-I6-IS Sooth
Sixteenth St.
HAVDEtls-
TtC 4WUAeHs T4s
Beginning Monday
June Clearing Sale
Matchless Bargains
HAYDEMs
T44C MLIaBUI STOtsI
Derbert E Gooch Co.
Brokers and Dealers
OliV, rBOTIIXOVsV HTOOXaV
Omaha Of floe i 10 S. T. tilfe aide. '
Bell Telephone, Douglas 111.
ladepeaaeBs. 1-tlll aad A-BltX
Oldest and largest House ta tbe s)Ut
"HOGS INSURED
AGAINST DISEASE
and other Live Stock Insured mtnst
accident and disease."
Add reus The Live S toe It Reciprocal
I'nder writers, 410 Untied Bank tildf.,
Bloux City, la-