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TIIE HEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1909.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
"Wheat Ooei Down ti t Reialt of the
BARS DELAY THE SKIPPING
Wet Wnther Hold Bark New Crop,
hat Dtaitct Report Hav Beea
OTtrntlmitfd and Good Re
tara Art Kapeeted.
was lower early
July IS, 1P0
today due to
snipping of the new- crop, but damage re
polls have been overestimated and gener
ally good returns will ba reported.
minngm came at the close on strong L.IV
Ctirn was easier 'and value a shade
lower, with receipts sums Improved. Farm
ers are accepting bids more freely, but no
large movement Is looked for until Uia oat
and wheat crop Is laid by.
Wheat was weaker, early on pressure of
short selling, by leading bears. Later, prices
firmed and rallied nt the close when de
layed harvesting reports caused svipport
on the nearby futures. Much less damage
reported than has been estimated.
Corn was weak, on better receipts, and
more favorable weather prospcets. Cash
coin was off H4tc. with demand only
moderate. Country selling Is freerer, but
the lug movement Is not looked for until
the growing crop Is more assured.
Primary win at receipts were 144.000 bush
els, and shipment. were aai.OOu bushels,
against receipts last year of 240.000 bushels,
ana shipments of 27!,M bushels.
Corn . receipt were MU.0UO bushels, and
shipments were DM.OOO bushels; against re
ceipts lain year of aoi.OOj bushela, and
shipments of FU2.000 bushels.
Clearances were 43.000 bushels of corn,
1.0H) bushel!" of nais. and wheat and flour
t-niial to G.".,0u0 bushels.
Liverpool i losefl unchanged to md hlghar
on wnt.it, and d higher on corn.
Local isio.tj o, pilous.
northern, $1.2V No. 3 northern, I1.17S9
FLAX Closed at $1 Waflt.TOV
FRAN In WO pound sacks. I 100:
FLIUU-Flrst patents. $i).1iv,.30; second
pstms, $ 00o. 20. f rst clears, $6 05Ui 15 ;
second clears, $.tVSlt6.
WEATHER IX TUB OR A 1.1 BELT
Fair Night and Dsy an4 Not Mara
Ofcanr la Temperature.
OMAHA. Neb., July II. 1W.
Tha barometric depression, central ovar
tha lake region Monday morning, la now
moving off over the St. Lawrence valley.
Showei accompanied this disturbance over
the lakes and Ohio valley, and It I fol
lowed by tains and generally cloudy
weather In the eastern states thla morning.
Showers occurred In the upper Missouri
valley and throughout tha northwest within
the last twenty-four hours and thunder
showers are reported in the western Can
adian provinces thla morning. The weather
Is generally clear over the valleys west
of the Mississippi river, and throughout
the mountain districts and west to the Pa
cific coast. Sllghtlv cooler weather Pre
vails over the central valleys and lake re
gion, but no very decided nor Important
change In temperature has ocourred In any
section since the preceding report. Fair
weather will continue In thla vicinity to
night and Wednesday, with no Important
change in temperature.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years: .
190. 1WH. UT7. 100s
Minimum temperature ..84 70 68 64
Trerlpltallon 0ft .04 .OS .00
Normal temperature for today. 77 degrees
TCsress In precipitation since March 1, .14
of an inch.
Excess correspond I rg period In 1908, 877
Pendency corresponding period In 1907,
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Movement of United State Steel
EzciU Interest in Market.
ARE MANY RAILROAD RUMORS
ory that t'aloa Pacific Is to Absorb
Illinois Central tilves Rise t
Other Uaea Aboat Trafflo
Corn and Wheat Region Bnlletla
For Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m.. 7tth meridian
time, Tuesday. July 13. 1909:
OMAHA PI STRICT.
Mrx. Min. fill.
Art'rlK.I One;-. H)gh. Low. Close I Yes 'jr.
Wli-at -I I I i
July I 1 IJy 1 13 1 121 1 13 1 124
Slt. j 1 v-i'. 1 M,, 1 U!vt 1 1 UiW
","- i I I
July rtTVai 67Vai 9'W, (5741 "
Sept. 04 V 64V, 61' 62j
( ''- I , ;
July I 4'.', 4i", 46 4ii I 4v
Kept. 1 4U' 40'., Zi', SO'si lo1
Omaha 4 a ah Prices.
W H KAT-Xn, 2 hard, $1.21123;
bird, $l.lHlil.22; No. 4 hard, $1,101)1.15
o spring, tl.lD'o 1.22.
C l . .o. J. t,,c; No, 3, 7i"7'i; No. 4,
f''Vi'J''iC-; llu giade, Slgti.'.c; No. 2 yellow,
ti.-4io,Vjc; .o. 3 yellow, (iTVC'sC; No. 2
vtiiitu, i,'uc. No. 3 while. 70 c.
OATS N. J rn.Xfd, 4ii'tf4i.;c; No. S
low, 4i';n)i.c; No. 3 while, 4."-V'u4t'c;
i, .i..73c; No. 3, 70CUT2C.
4 211 106
4 62 9
Ashland. Neb 85
Auburn. Neb M
Uroken Row. Neb. SI
Columbus. Neb... 84
Ciilbertson. Neb.. 1
Falrbury. Neb ... 87
Fairmont, Neb... 82
C,r. Island. Neh.. S3
Hartlngtnn. Neh. SO
If HStlnss Neb. ... 85
I t IMr.irr. Veil. . . 85
Minimum temperature for twelve-hou
period ending Rt 8 a. rn
No. of -Temp Rsln.
Kanasi lltr "T is )!
Ntrmka Tlrlon Stock tf,
Nrbraakt tnd.-rllm. Uisaha
Omasa Os ( lU
Omaha Eire. LlM A Pnwar Fa 1121. ..,
Om.tia A C. B ft. Hf. to ll'4
Oman a C. B. St Rr :
otnatia C D St Hf. i
Omaha 4 C. B. St. Rr. Kim y
Omaha aV C. B. Il Rr. B p:d t ...
Omaha Watar Co. to lla
Omaha Watar Cs. Irt pt
Omaha B of T Hliti t'. PM
South Omaha iawsr 4Ha iM
Iloui Cltr ite.rk Vsrd pit
Inlon Stofk Tarda, toutk Omaha.
Wriiht A Wllhelm pit
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Desirable Killing- Cattle Steady to a
H0QS CTT.T.nm- HIGHER TO LOWER
Krn York Money Market.
NEW YORK, July 13-MONEI-On
IIICAtiO (1KAI. AU l,HOISIOS
lear Weather In Harvest Belt Causes
Mump In Wheat.
CHICAGO. July 13. Clear weather In
the liurvRt belt In this country caused
u siuinp in the wheat market today, but
all the loss was regained on covering by
h. .orts, llie close being firm, with prices
up V" ViiC compared with yesterday's final
fiyuroH. Col ti and I rovl.nons alo closed
lirin, but oats were weak. Trading in
tin- whiat pit was dull and a heavy tone
prevail ii tno greater part of the day, but
in Hie final hour ai Uvity developed on
buylnir by shortH, which resulted in prices
UU . 'aic.ru timn l'so to l'jc from the low
liiiH ui tlit scshIoii. During the day July
old LeitvWn $1,111 and $120. The market
i. ubii! ulii'iiM at the top, with July at
li.c in t,,. mark. No ruin was reported in
n.u .t or Hoiitliwcyt with the exception
il a li w liiu' sliowtr In northtrn MIs-
iii.. iiii.l i ne official forecast was con
1,1. u ihnr weather tonight and tumor-
Fli i.ines of cash wheat at Kansas
. a. ill .t. Louis, due to small arrival.-!,
. , - J ,o i riatu some bullish sentiment
in tlit day.
t i n v us v ak the first half of the
. ..y. i'lio cUimh, however, was firm, with
. .- uncl,i.nf i d to :dr hlgliei , compared
.Ji Ui'. provloiiH close.
: ne cntH umi i et was weak the entire
' ay. At 1 1 10 clone prices were H'UHc be-
s eniHV's final quotation.
1'iovlslons developed moderate firmness.
lie close prices wore unchanged to
'. ne ;. ..'iiii,c futun-s ranged as follows:
Chieas-o. Ill M
Columbus. 0 17 KS M
Pes Moines, la.... 14 2 00
Indianapolis, Ind.. 12 SS M
Knnsns City. Mo.. 17 R'l 2
Louisville. Kv 17
Minnespolis. Minn. 2S 71 M
Omaha, Neh 19 sj S9,
St. Louis, Mo 11 M W
NEW YORK. July 13. The nsrrow limits
of the current atocK market were niaiKed
distinctly again lousy, wltn the eftect so
aiscouiaaitia tne t ulessional eiemeni .hal
tney seeinr.i templed to abandon tneir op-
eiations. Much interest attached to me
movement in United biates steel, and II
was consideisd a good omen when 11 soiu
at the opening at 70, after its many coy
approaches and retreats in the neighbor
hood of that figure yesterday.
ro appreciable amount oi stoca was mar
keted at 70, the first 4.000 share sold si
multaneously being quoted together at tie's
to 70. After the opening a lngle 100 shares
sold at 70. Immediately below that figure
ther was a very actlv market for a time,
With business ana selling oraers quue
equally balanced, but the selling became
the urgent and the price ran on.
Brokers had orders to ouy t nnea otaies
Steel when It should touch 70, which ex
ceeded Its previous record price by v. But
that price ha also been potniea to oy mar
ket comment as a possible limit of an up
ward movement. The event proved that
very heavy selling orders were contingent
on the stock making that price, and not
necessarily for execution at that price,
but at the market when the signal should
be given by a quotation or i0 for steel.
These orders followea tne piock on us
downward course, and had an Influential
sentimental effect on the whole mantel.
Large requirements on the money market
came out and it Is realized that the deter
mination w ith which stocks are held at pres
ent owes much to tha cheapness and plenty
of money. The suhtreasury is absorbing
funds from the banks, and the J9.000 0H0 In
stallment of government deposits called by
the treasury for repayment on inursaay
this week Is expected to be made, by
e Interior banks, by means or ararts on
their New York correspondents. A recov
ery In New York exchange at Chicago to
a small premium today was an Incident of
I he s tuat on,
In London there was an advance In the
private discount rate and sn apparent ex
pectation that It might go further, owing
to large new capital issues ano reviving
trade. The same fnctors are to be consid
ered here. There is a notlceahle subsidence
of the confident talk regarding the rapid
absorption of new bond issues. The Wheel
ing A Lake Kile sto"ks today csme Into
the range of the anxieties caused by re
organisations to be faced. Wabash pre
ferred seemed to benefit from this pros
pect. The talk of a combination of the Illinois
Central Into the Cnlon Pacific system gHve
rise to more rumors of an nlcurslon Into
the Southern railroad region of other north
western systems by traffic alllanres and
is I connection Stork market operators keep
as an attentive eye on the crop news nd
(K5 1 on the tariff Mil conference. Some ex-
fiianation or ine ni!nu'iiiim'!i m rt"-umiT.
n stocks might be found In both these
Ronds were Irregular. Total sales, psr
value. $3 0. 000. Cnlted States 2s declined
Si ner cent on call
ensv: lfi3 per cent; ruling rate, Vial per
cent: rlosinar bid. lc. offered at
. i .. . - .
lime loans dull ana stronger; sixty aays.
22t per cent and ninety days. 2S pet
cent: six months. .t'afiS1 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE rAPER-$VT'$
per cent. Sterling exrhsnge weak, with
actual business in bankers' bills at 4 HU
4.MV for sixty days and at 4i .20 for de
mand. Commercial bills. 4.S.Va4 8fi.
SILVER Rar, 61c. Mexican dollars, 44c.
KoNDfi Government, weak; railroad
Closing quotation on Donas toaay were
rrm ... 'Wl Inter. Met. 'a
Inter. Merc. M. 44a 1H
Hi"! Japan 4a St
:H4 'do 4Hs 14
lnt K. C. souths la la T
U Lake Bhora dab. 4a.
14 1M1 I4H
101 I,. A N. tint. 4a 1"0U
Am. T T. r. 4s.llT4 M., K. at T. lat 4S.il
Am Tnhacco 4s SO 10 ion. a HH
dn la 1I' "Mo. PaclMo 4a Ul
Irmnur Jb Co. .. Nat' I H. of MailCO
AtrhUon pn. 4a W 4H "H
do r. a WH N V. ranirai f. IHa MH
do rr (s. tl dn deb. 4s.. H4
Atlantic ". L. la 4a
B. O 4a HI
do 8. W. "4)
Prooklm Tr. ct. 4a . M
Central of Oa. (a ...tf'S
Central I-eathar 5a... Ml
Ontral R R. of N
J. con. Sa 1H Penn. rr. m. 1.
t'hea. Ohio 44a ... ID44 do mn. 4a 1"44
V g. raf. la,
V. 8. la. rs
V. s. 4a. re
A!ll-'hal. tat fia . ..
Am. Aarlcultural to
H. A It
Norfolk A Waatarn
lat con. 4a 100
da ct. 4a Nil
No. Pacific 4a ll
to 3a 7H
Ora. S L,. rfdt. 4a '
14 Penn. r. 14a,
14 do ran. la.
.. 10l4 St. L. 8 W. c.
P. dn lat sold 4a.
... V Seaboard A. U. 4a..
4 M So. Pacific col. 4a.
... do ct. 4a
...II do lat ref. 4u
... " do. Rallarar to
.. 134 do en. 4a.
rxcesslve rains recurred In
dlsna and Kentucky within the last twen
ty-four hours, and liuhter rains were gen
ernl In all other districts except the
Omaha. Slightly cooler weather prevails
throughout the corn belt.
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecnster, Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Number of sales
were aR follows:
and leading quotations
. Uelcs.l open. liigh. Low. Close. Yes'y.
I 1 1 V
I 1 W'l
! i -si
I l "'Hi
1 UK's i
1 10' 4 1
1 IS "j
1 09T ! erlng
434 4.1 VI H
20 47H 30 2'ji 20 47HI M 62HI 20 R0
20 60 10 77'., 20 60 20 Ti 20 62H
I I I I I
I 11 70 I 11 70 11 85 i 11 7H 11 70
I 11 67 ft I 11 72"'l 11 62V4! 11 67V 11 70
i I I I
I 11 ;!0 I 11 35 I 11 30 11 35 It 86
I 11 11 Si'il 11 22'il 11 30 11 27V
I ir e.
- I ec.
I rd -
! . '. I
Cai'h quotstlons were a follows:
FLOI .t Steady; winter patents, $6.30r(
(.; winter straights, $.lllnl.3; spring rt
cnts. $t. "016.30. spring straights, fl.S0-a6.00,
KVK-Xo. 2. 1o.
BAUl.bY Feed or mixing, 4tfoc; fair
to choice malting. 67Sfc471o.
SKEl'ri lax. No. 1 siuthwestern, $1.4SMt;
No. 1 nor'b western, fibs. Timothy, fJ.80.
FKOVI-K'..4-iiUsi pork. per bnl..
$Ja).2 Laid pir 100 lbs., $11. 674.
Short r.l sides loos ). ll.MVgll 424; short
clear sides uoX'di, $ 11.7011 11. S74-
To'al clears i .. i. ueai and flour were
equal to fil.it'' l- Primary receipts were
14o.0j0 bu., cjf.: a: d with 6S3.0M bu. the
correspondin g ! .. ; ear ago. The world
visible supply, as Mi own by Bradstreet.
decreased i-U'.y) bit.
Estimated revrtpia for tomorrow: Corn,
Un cars; oals. 44 cars, hogs, 24.000 head.
HliTTER-Sieady , creamerle. 224;
dallies. JOJ2SUC. ....
..(itjfi Steady, receipts, 16.824; first, 28c;
prime first. 21.
CHEESE strong; daleles. 141'tJ,loc; twins.
14vl4c; young Americas, 14o; Long
Hrc.s. 15c. .
POTATOES Steady; ebole to fancy. 85 -9
POl'LTRY Stendy; turkeys,. l4o; chick
ens 14c; sprlnes, 2'ic.
VEAL Hteady. 0 to 90-lb weight. 74W
IV. 80 to n-lb weight, 84a4c; K to
UO-lb. weight. lftBllo.
of the Dar on Varloa
NEW YORK, July 13 FI-OUR Receipts.
2S.HU0 bbls.; exports, B.ftiO bbl.; steady
and quiet; Minnesota patents, $6.2Mj,6.1W;
Minnesota bakers. $"i.3T(i5.60; winter patents,
f1.Mliii6.gr; w inter straights, $6 2!Vf'.60; w inter
extias. $l.7f.fifi.70; winter low grades, fl.7bii.
5.60; Kansts straights, $5.7liI.OO. Rye flour,
dull; fair to good, $4.MVd4.65; choice to
fancy. "Ofl 4.90.
CORNMEAL Firm; fine white and yel
low, fl.iUVttl.TU; coaree. Jl.W.Jj 1.); kiln dried,
8.71 " ' ' "
RYE Steady; No. 2 western, 9U4.C, nomi
nal, f. o. b., New York.
RA RLE Y Quiet; feeding, 72373c; f. o. b.
WHEAT Receipts, 27,900 bu.; spot mar
ket IrreKUlar; No. 2 red, old, $1.42, nominal,
in elevator and f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 red.
new, $1.22, end August, f. o. b. afloat;
No. 2 northern, Duluth, $1.39T4, nominal,
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard winter, $1.377s,
nominal, f. o. b. afloat. There Is an early
break In wheat today due to clear weather
west and further unloading by bull In
terests. Sharp rallies occurred after mid
day, however, led by July on the strength
of cash wheat In St. Louis and active cov-
and last prices wer 4a to 4c net
APIs Chalmers tfd . .
ran rfd 1.1'
Car A foundry 1.1"0
higher. July, $1.2iitil.27A, closed $l.77;
September, $1.17Vtfl.lS 7-l. closea 1.184',
December closed $1.16; May olosed $1,184-
CORN Receipts, 29.250 bu.; exports, 900
bu.; spot market, firm; No. 2 old, bOc In
elevator, and 794c f. o. b. afloat; No. 2
nw, tif4c, winter shipments. Option mar
ket was without transactions, closing un
changed to lo net higher. July closed at
ROo; September closed at 7uo; December
closed at 6740.
Oats Receipts, 18.000 bu.; export, 1,000;
spot, steady; mixed, 26 to 82 lbs., 67o, nom
inal; natural white, 26 to 32 lb., t44'UiSc;
clipped white, 84 to 42 lbs., 680u3c.
HAY Firm; No. X 7Eij80c; good to choice,
HIDES Firm; Bogota, 21418230; Central
PROVISION-Beer, steady; family, $14.00
jiMT-O; mess, $ll.0Uii 11.50; beef hams, $24. 0.
26.00; pscket, $12.lWu 13.00; city extra India
mess. $J0 5o?i 21 00. Cut meats, steady; pick
led bellies. $12 SOtflSOO; pickled hams. 112 50
ilS00. Lard ea.-y: western. $11. 8512.00;
refined, quiet; continent, $12.86: South
America. 13.00; compound. $7.7&i8 00; Pork,
steady; family, $L'l Wjj22 .00; short clear,
$21 .00123 00. itiesH. $.'1 2i.-u'-'2 00.
TALLOW Dull; city ($2 per pkg.), 6-16o;
coti'trv (pks. free). 5 5-16-SJ13C.
RICE Dull ; domestic fair to extra, 13
6ie: inpan. romlral.
BUTTER Steady ; creamery third to
first, 814y"i54c; western factory firsts, 204
CHEESE Steady; new state full cream
KOUS Firm; western extra firsts, 234c;
firsts, 214rcf24c; seconds, 24HI210,
Pi H'LTRY Dressed. steady; western
chickens, broilers, 22 (1 23c; fowls, 144fel54o
Kaswl Cltr Grala Praas-lsloaa.
KANSAS Crrr. Juljr lS.-WHEAT-Cash
unchanged: No. J hard. ll.ijlCi No. 3,
ll.lviil.Xi; No. i rI. $l lo4l.U; No. , $11-
''ciJRN-UnrhangaMl to 4c lower: No. I
mixed, sac; No. I. 4c; No. I white. 72c,
M. S Tt ri Tl Vtft-
OAT8 No imjislly unchanged: No. I
uhlle. f21i6.-l; No. t mixed. ilaC
HA V I'nchaiiged: new, choice timothy,
ti0hi 11.00, ci.oi. prairie, $.25jj. 60; choice
alfalfa, $i:.0iU13 00. .
BI'TTEK raamery, extra, tSC" first,
23a:; seconds. 21c; packing stock;, lo.
EOJt5 Extras, J-'o; firsts. 20c;. current r
ceip'aT 174c, seconds and dirties, 144c.
Reoeipta; Wheat. IS cars.
Wheat, ba., 23 i 17.000
Corn, bu 'J "00 W.oia)
Oat, bu .
Kartsa City option closed a follow:
Article. I'Open. I Hlgh.i Low. I Close.
"jXZ ........ 1J v'l .A
September,.. 1 4f I MS, 1 0o4 1 04 4 A
sDtember ... W S B
tmbVr j,. 614; 4 M I B4B
B bid. A asked.
II Grala Market.
a iillNNEAt IS. Jn'r 11-WHKAT-July.
L F.fr.6r! II J1: n-eemier: M 04
I iiu.7l.Jl'.. NO. t northern $lo-; .So 1
SI. I.oula General Market.
LOUIS, July 13,-WHEAT-Close,
cash, higher; track No. 1 red, cash,
No. $ hard, $1801.30; July, $1,164;
September. $1.04tf 1I4.
CORN Higher; truck No. I, cash, 74o;
July. 714c; September, 6c; No. t white.
OATS Cash, higher; track No. t, cash
604a; Jul, 474c, September, 414o; No. 1
FIXJl'K Steady; red winter patent, $.40
tf7f; extra fancy and straight, $6.804.30;
hard winter clear, $4.164 76.
SEED Timothy, tt 7543.85. '
BRAN Sacked, east track. IL07.
HAY Firm; timothy, $i3.uuif li.00; prairie,
$10 0013 00.
BAOiJINO 740. ' 1
PROVISIONS Pork. higher; Jobbing,
$M tit. Lard, higher; prime steam, $11. 4..
1155. Iry salt meats, lower; boxed extra
shorts, 111 16; clear ribs. $11.76; short clear,
POITLTRT Steady; chicken. ISo; springs,
lSflluc; tnraeys, i,e; aucks, o; geese, 4o.
lil'T i t t liigner; creamery,
EtiGS Lower, at 17e.
44 4 V)
Hide L pfd
Tobacco pfd ,
Anaconda Mining Co...
Atlantic Cnaat Una ...
B. A O
Drnnklrn R. T
Cantral of N. 1.
Chea. A Ohio
Chtcaao A Alton
Chicago Great WTeatern
C. N W
C, M A St. P
C , C. C. A St I.....
Colo. Pual A Iron
Colo. A Southern
do lat pfd
do 2d pfd
Delaware A Hudaon...
D. A R. O
Platillers' Securttlea. . .
do lat pfd
do 2d pfd
Oreat Northern pfd....
do nres'in ctfa
nter. Marina pfd
K. C. Southern
1,. a n
Minn. A Et. L
Minn . St. P. A 8. Ill
M . K. A T
Nat' I R R. of Max
N. Y. Central
N. Y., Ont. A W....
Norfolk A W
P., C, C. A St. I....
Preaaed Btp.l Car
Pullman Palace Car.,
Railway elleel Spring.
Rock I. land Co
St. u t r Id pfd
St. Umla g W
Sluav-Shrffleid S. A I
Toxaa A Pacific
Tol . St. 1 A W
I'. 8. Realty
V. S. Rubber
U. 8 Steal
w Lake Erie
Total aalaa lor the day
mo iish 1184
100 t 1.4
... 4 600
... 1 -0
... 11. too
... . KlO
. II 0
. It )
. t tuO
Corn, bu. .
Oats, bu. .
Arallabl mppr of Orala.
NEW YORK. July 11 Spaciat cable and
telegraphic communications received from
Rradstreets's ehow tha following chance
In available supplies a compared with pre
vious account: Wheat, I'nued tits tea, east
of Rockies, decreased l.rt. bushels; Can
ada, decreased, 6d.0o0 bushels. Total.
I riia-d States and. Canada, decreased.
l.kWI.OOO; afloat for and In Europe de
creased l.ejuOuoO bushels; 'otal American
and European supply ooreaed, 4.4:3.0O0
Corn. I'nlted States and Canada, de
creased, jpivou) busnela.
Oata. I'nlted States and Canada de
creased. K6.UU0 bushels.
The leading Increase and decrease re
ported this week follow: Inerenree. Cleve
land 80 ft bushels. Increases, Manitoba.
niSiK b,lsl-els; jaarflac nd Pert Hilwsrd.
Kfi MP ln eh. '.i: tiooortch 54,0 0 busliels.
440. Mi shares.
136', 126 14
do ref. 1014 Readlnt gen. 4i .
Chlrsgn Alton 14a 764 Rt L AS P. fg
C . B A U. It. 4a.
do gen. 4a 1004 (It. L. 8 W. c. 4s.
M. A St.
C, R. I. A P. col
do col. 61
do rfg. 4e
Colo. I ml 6e
Colo. Midland 4a
Colo, a Southern Union Pacific 4a 1444
ref. and ext. 44a.. 114 do ct. 4a 1104
D. A Hudnon cv. 4a. 100 do 1t and ref. 4e M44
P. R. (1. ref. s: 4 v. s Rublier 105
niftlllrrV 6e 77 V. g. Steel Id 6 106'4
Erie prior lien 4a IW4 V Caro. Chem. 6a.. H4
Oo aen. 4s 7'4 Wahaah lat 6a Ill
Jo ct. 4a, re-let A I' dn let and eit. 4a. 7'4
do ct 4a. aeries B .xtt weatern Md. 4a 164
ucn l Electric cr. i wentlnghouaa Elec.
lllinol, (.'antral lat ct. 6i 4
ref. 4a 10O Wla. Central 4a K
London Stock Market.
LONDON, July 13.-Dtirlng the first hour
today dealings in American securities
fair dimensions and well over parity. Then
the market became quiet and at noon was
dull, with prices unchanged to 4 poln
liltrher than yesterday' New York closing.
London closing stocks:
Conaola, money 844 LoulaTltle A M.
dn account 14 tit M., K. A T
. S3 sr. Y. Central...
. 94 Norfolk A W...
.114 do pfd
1"74 Ontario aV W....
.1.24 Pennaylvanla ...
1H Rand Mlnea
. 7S4 Reading
14 Southern Ry
.1684 do pfd
. 144 Southern Pacific
. 4"4 Vnlon Pacific.
.17 do pfd
. 17 II. 8. Steel
. 044 do pfd
, 44 Wahaah
. 214 do pfd
.15tH Sranl'h 4a
quiet at 234d per ounoe.
MONEY 2ut per cent.
Tne rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 14315-16 per cent; for
three months' bills, 14i15-l per cent.
naltlmore & Ohio..
Cheeapeake A O . .
Chlcae-n O. W
Chi., Mil. A St. P.
Denver at Rio Q. . .
do lat pfd
dn 2d pfd
sheet) t.amh 41 o t'p Like
raxket, IkoTilsg s Alvlara
from rifteea la Tsveatr
Estimate Tuesday ...
Neb., July IS, W
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Two days this week.. S.737
Same days last week.... 4.41S
Ham days 3 weeks ago. .6M
Kama days 1 weeks ago. 4.47S
Rame day 4 weeks ago. 5
8ama days last year.... T.wi
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hoga and sheep at Soutn umaua.
for the year to date, compared with lasi
Cattle 474.4H4 4611IS
Hogs l.4ia. i,w;.twa
8heep 60,;il 727.624
Thm fnllnmOn. t.r.1 ihflWI
prlo of hogs at South Omaha for the lasi
several days, with comparisons
I M , . IN Tt I 140 7 TO
li 4 40 T W 1 I 4 7 70
Tl la n IS 4 ti T t
r l?o ... t 0 M lei i: T 0
II IN . t ) 4 114 . 1 1
41 4 T 40 44 Ml . 40 7 TO
! 1T W 7 an 46 Ia6 II Ml
77 Ill IS) 7 m 11 If t TO
71 1! . . T 71 Ml N 114
II .137 4J0 T ao -c. 141 . . 7 70
74 Ill 1J0 t W 77 IV6 II til
11 Ill It t 60 1 1M 10 7 70
,7 )) IS 8 Ill M 7 70
76 lit 7 414 44 ITS H t
II 1! t 41 ) 1 T 7
M 10 110 T tt 44 21 H 111
40 I an . . tu Tl 143 ao 1 70
71 110 V0 IN 11 U M til
71 118 40 1 HI J ISO 7 n
7 Ul 40 111 17 t4 1 70
77 HI ISO 7 U i" Il 11' ? TO
IK ... Ta 144 SO 1 70
14 174 ... t A 14 164 l 1 70
84 Ill . . 1 14 11 ... I 7IV4
71 It.' 1W t 46 70 141 ) 7 714
71 .11 ... T 41 W ... T 71
Id Ill . IN 4 160 ISO 7 71
74 r T41 78 .tt , . I J
71 lit M 7 M ft 110 t 71
17 107 ... IN 76 131 ... Ill
64 t 7 46 1 141 l!0 7 76
77 Ml IN t 71 Ill . 7 71
44 lie ... t tS 71 137 W 1 71
7.1. ...... .11 40 1 46 M 11 ... 7 11
74. r ... 7M 4 I) 40 ll
64 (24 110 7 16 70 tal IS IN
27 Ill 40 7 43 81 10 ... 7 10
71 120 t 7 J 13 Ill ... 1 86
74 116 130 7 1:4 4. 310 ... 1 174
70 Ill 40 7 17 4 45 38 SO f 40
Date. I 1W. jlHO. 107. 1906.1906.ilW4.il90.
7 644 1
7 67 I
49, S 741 6 It, 6 38; 6 03
7 714 I 6 79'
7 7b4! ( H e 70
1 t'4i 0 JO 1
& tWi 6 65 6 3&I
I b 74. 6 t4! 5 33
TRAINS WIN IN WATER HC11T
Roadi Between Kaniti City and Chi
cayo Apain Open.
CREST OF FLOOD HAS PASSED
f tales Hear- Rains leaf Soo a
Hirer Will Conllaae ta Oa
Dorm gf. I.oala I
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. HT a.
C, M. St. P 5
Wabash R. R 1
Mo. P. Ry 1 ; "
1. P. R. R. 34 23 14 4
C. ft N. W. (east).. 8 1 .. J
C. A N. W. (west).. 23 33 2
C, St. P., M. & O.. IS 10 ..
C, H. Sr. Q. (east).. 6
C, R. A Q. (west).. Bl 15
C, R. I. A P. (east).. 7 1
C. R. I. & P. (wtst). 1 ..
Illinois Centray Ry... S t
Chicago Qt. Western 3 2
SHEEP The sheep market Is evidently
making atonement for Its saggy condition
of the past, fortnight. Range sheep com
manded prices i!U2oi higher this morning.
and the trade was unusually brisk at the
advance. Practically all of th pens wer
cleared by I o clock.
Receipts wer moderate, the bulk consist
ing of wethers from Oregon, Idsho and
Nevada rangers. The estimated run was
right around fourteen cars. Quite a string
of Oregon wethers sold at $4 40. Idaho
wethers were weighed up at UN and $4.70,
and Nevada wethers realised $4 40.
The better feeling among buying talent
Is generally attributed to an Improved
eastern demand for the dressed product.
Quotations on range sheep and lambs:
Good to choice spring lambs $0 181111 45
Fair to good spring lambs i.OU'gtJOO
Uood to choice yearlings 6 2e&V7o
Fair to good yeHrllngs 4.90a6 26
Good to choice wethers 4 .WU& 00
Fair to good wethers 4kV'u4.ti0
Hood to choice ewes 4.164 W
Fair to good ewes Ss0i(4.15
477 Oregon wether W
24 Oregon wethers 98
457 Oregon wethers S
lil Oregon wethers S
303 Idaho wethers 117
17 Idaho wethers Ul
361 Idaho wethers 95
340 Idaho wethers 97
d0 Idaho wethers 96
450 Nevada wethers 106
ZOO Nevada wether 106
li'7 Nevada wether 107
Total receipt ...IBS
The disposition of the day s receipts was
a follows, each buyer purchuslng the
number of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hons. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co. ...
Hwlft and Company ...
Cudahy Packing Co. ...
Armour & Co
Krey Packing Co. ...
Lobman & Rothchlld.
Hill & Son
F. P. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. 11. Bulla
Layton & Co
F. O. Inghram
Smith & Polsey
Agor Packing Co
Vnlted D. B. Co
NciT York Mining Stock.
NEW YORK,' July IS. -Closing quotations
on mining stocks were as follows- -
Alice 1M I-eiilrllle Con. ...
Cm. Tunnel itock
Con. Cal. &
.140 - Yellow Jacket
OMAHA, July li-jl'.ank clearings for
today w ere $2.10R.D'.iE.'(j51 ijnd far the corre
sponding date last' year $1,761,299.47.
NEW YORK, July 13, MKTALS-The
London tin market was lower today, with
spot at 130 17s 61 and future at 132 7s
lid. Locally the market waa easy at $:'8 85Q
29.00 Copper declined 58 for spot and M
Is 3d for futures In London. Locally the
market was weak, tint unchanged. I.akc
$i3.25Tn3.S7H: electrolytic. $12.7T.12.874
casting. $12 62412.75. Lead, lower at
12 lis 3d in London. Locally market easy
at $4 3244.35. Spelter waa unchanged at
22 In London. Locally market unchanged
at $5. 3CKu 5. 35. Iron was unchanged at 4M
for Cleveland warrants In London. Lo
cally market steady; No. 1 foundry north
ern. $17.KKa'17.26; No. 2, $1B.Wfil.75;
southern and No. 1 southern soft,
ST. LOUIS, July 13 -LEAD Dull
4.25; spelter, dull; $6.2BfjB.27H-
CHICAGO LIVE! STUCK MARKET
Story of Day's Trading; la Cattle,
Hobs and Sheep.
CHICAGO. July 18. CATTLE Receipts
estimated at 2,(00 head; market strong.
Steers. $5.fi0fji7.50; cows. $4-0iy 5.75: helfera,
$3btj;7.O0; bulls, $3.405.25; calves, $3.0011.26;
stockers and feeders. $3.30fl.V10.
HOGS Receipts estimated at 11,000 head;
market steady to 10c higher. Clio. 00
heavy, $7.ii0ijS 16; butchers, $7.iu810; light
mixea, f.Mu i.wi; choice light, 7.My8 00;
packing. $7.t5'u7.o6; pigs, $6.b0i7.20; bulk of
sal;, 47. Iii'& 7.90.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts esti
mated at 15,000 head; market for sheep
15iJ6e higher; lambs steady to 10c lower.
Sheep $4. 004)5.25: lambs. $7.754i8.76: year
' Wool Market.
BOSTON, July 13. WOOL Business In
the wool market Is r reported unusually
brisk for the aeason. There have been
large receipts and good shipments with al
most record breaking transactions in terri
tory wools. Trading in Montana wool ag
gregating 4.000.000 lbs. In ten day 1 re
ported. Condition contribute to firm
prices and an encouraging outlook.
LONDON, July 13. WOOL The offering
at the wool auction sallies today amounted
to 13,100 bales. The selection was In good
condition and a better demand developed
from all quarters, making prices occasion
ally harder than the opening, especially
deep grown merinos. Americans bought
medium to good crossDreos.
ST. LOCI8, July 13. WOOL-Qulet: ter
ritory and western mediums, 2327c; fin
medium, 2124o; fine, 12ifrlS4c.
Totals 3.617 5.855 3.B47
CATTLE Receipt or ca-.tis were moder
ate, 148 cars being reported In, but among
the offerings there was a very good
sprinkling of very well finished cornfed
Vh.ra waa little better feeling In the
market for fat cattle this morning, there
being in addition to the usual local de
mand some outside buying orders that
gave a little more strength and life to the
trade. The result was that beef steer were
fully steady to a little stronger In some
spots. A big string of thirteen car old
In one lot as high a $6.86, with th top
ai hlarh as IS.90.
There was no very great change In the
market on cow and heifers. Desirable
killers commanded steady to strong prices
and the demand on that kind was good.
On the other hand, common old skins
masquerading as fat stuff wer hard to
move, the same a they hare been every
day of la'.
There wera no feeder of any cone-
?uence In the yard thla morning, but the
eeling waa firm and a few good cattle
wouJd have probably sold to pretty good
advantage a compared with yesterday's
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
cornfed steers, $6,664,141.90; fair to good
cornfed steers, U 30-(t.DB; common to fair
cornfed steers, $5 26 'a 6. 30; good to choice
yearlings, $6.60'7.00; good to cholc fed
cow and heifers, $4 75'cz5.60; fair to good
cow and heifer, $3.60(4.76; common to
fair cow and heifers, $1.76(33.50; good to
choice stockers and feeders, $4.006 26; fall
to good stockers and feeders, $3.763?4.O0;
common to fair stockers and feeders, $3.0o
6176; stock heifers, $3.2btf3.b6; veal calves,
$3,604)6.75; bulla, stags, etc., $3.0Oj6.00.
Kansas Cltr Live- Mock Market.
KANSAS CITY, July 13. CATTLE Re
celpts, 6,000 head, Including 2.500 southerns
Market steady to 10c higher. Top, $7.14.
Market for southern 10c to 26c higher. Top
southern, $7.00; highest this year. Choice
esport and dressed beef steers. !S.26'u.7.16:
fair to good,' $4.50(6.10; western steers, $4 50
U.du; storKers and feeders, So.60'u62b
southern steers, $3.SOtt4.00; southern cows.
ld.50j44.20; native cows, $2 40455 00; native
neirers. $3.0047.00; bulls, $3.0Cu4.50; calves
HtiGS-f Receipt. 2.600 head. Market Dc
to 10c higher. Top, $7.96: bulk of sales
$,.i6fc7.9o. Heavy, $7.9057.96; packer and
butchers, $7.807.90; light, $7.6(,,7.86; pigs.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 200
neaa. Market steady. Lambs, $7.004i8.60
venrllnB-a i.l?fV'nRKA- v. l, mj; mi.
ewes, $3.50(84.50; Blockers and feeder. $2.76
vo.w; jexas muttons, I3.764j4.76.
KANSAS CITT. Mo., Jiriy 13 -Flood con
dition here and in this vicinity showed
much Improvement today. The Kansas
and Missouri rivers had both been station
ary since last night, the Kansas standing
at 23.1 feet and the Missouri at twenty
seven feet. There wer no heavy rain
last night. Weather Observer Conner de
clared the crest of the flood had been
reached and that only continued rains
could again cause th rivers to rise.
The reports from stations In th Kansas
river watershed were reassuring add no
further rise waa expected.
Trala Service Improve.
Eastern tram servlc began lo show Im
provement at Kansas City today. The At-
chtson, Topeka A Santa Fe railway opened
Its main line to Chloago this morning,
sending out six trains that had been held
here. Th break In the Santa Fe track
at Dean Lake, Mo., which ha caused all
th trouble for that Una, had been re
paired and official declared by. tonight
their line would be running on sohedul.
Th Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul, rail
way, which had annulled It nightly Chi
cago train since Sunday, sent a special
to Chicago over its own line. Regular
service with the lake city on th Milwau
kee road probably will be resumed to.
The Chicago A Alton continued to detour
Its Chicago passenger via the Missouri
aclflo and Missouri, Kansas A Texaa to
Hlgbee, and thence on It main Una in
Lowlands Covered Tlear at. I.oal.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 13. -The Mississippi
Iver continued rising her today and ac
the guaga stood at SS.8 a rise of .1 feet
one hour. Th flood stage Is SO feat.
Water ha now entered many building
n the levee, but ample warning prevented
the destruction of property. The great
est damage has been to farm crop along
the Missouri river between Jefferaon City
nd St. Charle. . Thousands of acres of
rich farm land have ben flooded and
the crop netti'iocd. Wheat ready for
threashlng ha ueen deiticd before It
could b moved ar J otn field wiped out.
The railroad situation Is little Improved.
On the Missouri Paolflj and Rock Island
lines are open between Kansas City and
here. Roads whtjh sre under water are
using th Missouri raclfli track. Th
greatest Inconvenience Is delayed train.
i St. I.oal Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 13-CATTLE-Recelpts,
0.60) head. Including 8,000 Texans. Market
steady. Native shipping and export steers,
.tnqi.w; aressea peer and butcher steers
16.70.40; steers under 1.000 lbs., $4.6036.86;
stockers and feeders, $3 264.86; cow and
neirers, 3.dooi7.oo; cannera, $2.0O4j2.6O; bulls,
$d.7Ot5.00; calves, $6.26faf7.25. Texas and
inuian steers, 3.60a6.a0; cow and heifers,
tlOUa-Reeafpta, 8,800 head. Market
sieaay.. cian and lights, $fi.OO7.R5; packers,
.M)'im.oo; butcher and best heavy, $K10
liHKEr AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,200
head. Market for sheep steady; lambs
lower, oauve muttons, 3tAa4 4U: lambs,
Vi.ztwis mi; culls and bucks, $2.76(U6.40; stock.
Bostoa Stocks and Boada.
BOSTON. July 13. Money, call loans. 21
ti3 per cent; time loans, 3ri5 per cent.
Closing quotation were a follow
H Atiion Com 14
..100a, Atlantic i4
.-.-w Butte coalition X3
calumet a Anion. .Hio
Atchiaon H. R ...
Boalon A Albany.
Boaton A Maine..
N Y . N. H. A I
Am. Arse, t'beia..
Calumet, it Heels.
44 Ureene ('ananas.
HI lale Royals
Am. Pneu. Tube lie Maea. Mining.
Am. sugar u Munigan ..
do pld II4Si Mohak ....
Am. Tel. A Tal.
Dominion I. S
Edleon Clec. III....
l olled Shoe Math
V. . Steal
140 Mont. C.
.1014 oid Dominica.
. 4 Oeieola
. H-4 Shannon
. 11S Tamarack
. li4 Trinity
Ill I'nlted Cncper.
. II V. 8. Mlulng .
HIV S Oil
. a I tah
. 41 Wulvaiine ....
. n hank iu...
. 4" 14
NEW YORK. July 13 -COTTON-Futures
opened firm; July, 11 5o bid; August, 12.70c;
October, 12.80c; November. 12.14c; December,
12R.rc; January, 12.83c; March, 12.81c; May,
Futures closed steady; July, 12.48c: Au
gust. 12 61c; September, 12.63c; October,
12 61c: November. 12 r6o; December, 12 61c;
January. 1260c: March, 12 60c; May, 12 62c.
Spot closed oulet. 6 point higher: mid
dling uplands, 13&16c; middling gulf, 13ft 40c,
GALVESTON, July 13. COTTON
ST. LUl'IS. July 18. COTTON Firm :
middling. 12e. Sales none; receipt. 103
bale; shipments, 109 hales; stock, 22,408
Oil anil Roils.
NEW YORK, July 18 -OILS-Petroleum
stesdv; refined. New. York. $c 65; New York
and Baltimore. f 35; New Yrrk and Haiti
more, In bulk. $4. SB. Turpentine, steady at
4 Cottonseed oil, steady; prime crude,
$4S.VQ4 60. nominal: prim yellow, $6 60
6.66; July, $6 61jT).C.
ROSIN Quiet; strained, common, $3.15
SAVANNAH, July IS OILS Turpentine,
ROSIN Firm. Quote: B, 12D0U2 86; D.
i3.00fi3.20; E. $3.6Ri'3.f; F, (i. tl.etVirl.ftO: II.
$4 1iV(i4 15: K. 14 00: M. $.-. 10-36.15; N, $5.40;
WO. $6.56; WW, $5.80.
Pry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. July 13. DRY OOODS
Markets are moderately active, with prices
very strong. Cotton tuck ha been ad
vanced by the largest producers. Yarns
have been advanced Hfilc per pound. Job
ber are doing a fair house trade Buyers
are trying to secure goods at old prices
and in some instances are paving the ad
varees Men's wear seml-fsncy and for
spring are being bought well. Export trade
Qaocallosa tarnlehed mt Samaei
Hea fork Ufa auliaiag. Oauaa.
A eery Co
Cudakr Pa.tlag Cs ,
Columbua. Neb. B L. ta till...
Cltr e' Omaha Sonde 4aa 11:1
Cltr of uneie ta 111: ,
rwuglaa Count 4a la-4
tin Nat'l rank. Co Bluffa, lr.
Oalt CI if Mall Co. t
near aad Molasses.
NEW YORK July IS.-SlTOAR-Raw.
steady; fair refining. 3 42c; centrifugal. M
test. 1112c. Molasses sugar, 117c. Refined
stadv; No. 6 4 c; No. 7. 4 30c; No r,
4.26c; No. 8. 4.20c; No. 10. 4 15c; No. 11, 4 l"c
No. 12. 406c; No. IS. 4V: No. 14. 4 OO
confectioners A. 4fcc: mould A. 5.20c; cut
loaf. 6 63c; crushed 6 55c; powdered. 4 t6c;
granulated. 4 ""; ches. 6 lie.
MOLASSES Steady; New Orleans open
ketlei, goo-i to cnotce, ivq;o.
NEW YORK, July IS COFFEE Fu
tures closed steady lo 10 points lower.
Sales were reported of 25 260 bs Includ
li g July st "116c; August. lOi-S.ISe; Sep
tember f..7rVf6 S5c: October, 5 50c; December,
SiV; Msrch, 5 4..7r5 5V; May. I Wit SSc.
Spot market quiet: Rio. No. 7. 7Sr7c;
No 4 Sa'itos Sic; mild coffe quiet; Cor
dova. 9'nTj 12V-.C.
477 I M
It 1 .....
I 10 1
I K I
I K 1
I to 1
. . . 1M4
I 46 .
t. Joseph Lire Stock Market
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Julv 13 CATTI.r.
neceipt 2.0UU head: market stead v: ateera
4i.WiM.uu; cows and helfera, $2.506.60
valves, fe.ouig I. at.
HUUB ttecelut 8.000 head: market
steady to 6c higher. Top, $8.00; bulk of
PnLKF AND LAMRS Roolnta SUM
ueau. niarsea sieaay; iambs, $6.508.25.
SlOax Cltr Lira Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. July 13-(Sneclal T.law
gram.)-CATTLE-Recelpts. 700 head; mar
ket steady; beeves, $s.OOjit00; grass uos.
$3.5014.15; fat cows. $4.00(i6.00; feeder, $3.60
V-v, t eiai lliian, eO.WlM.W,
njo iteceipta, K.waJ head: marknt
strong to 60 higher; range of prices, n.toa'
7.75; bulk of sales, $7.4B'7.66.
Receipts of th
South Omaha ...
la Si grat.
attle. Hogs. Sheep.
1 200 6.600 8.3 10
S 6 0 8. 000 1,500
. 700 1.000
6.000 2.5oO 200
6.6O0 6,800 102.000
2.000 11,000 15,000
20.800 U,00 SttOO
LAW PREVENTS MAN FROM
CHASING WIFS FOLKS MORE
njonctlon Bays II Khali Not Raa
Them Over State with Lawaalta
No mora can Clarence E, Campbell of
Onawa, la., worry the family of his alien
ated wife by summoning It all over two
states in answer to damage suit that are
never carried out.
Campbell married ' Miss Nelll Peck of
Onawa some years ago and after a short
period of happiness she left him and re
turned to her parents because, he asserts.
they persuaded her -that he waa not good
enough for her. He adopted a novel mean
of revenge, and began suit against her fa
ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Peck,
for alienating her affections. This first
suit was begun in Onawa, but before It
was finished he dropped It and began an
other In Council Bluffs. This was fol
lowed by a suit In Sioux City, and that
by a suit in Omaha, which i pending.
He managed to keep the suits from fin
ishing th legal status of th affair, and
kept hi unhappy parents-ln-lsw ohaalng
all ovar in their effort to answer hi pe
Now, an Injunction ha been Issued
against Campbell In dlstrlot court, which
commands him to cease suing th Peck
family and puts an and to th suit In
th Omaha court. Ha ia allowed on mem
ber of the family to persecute, Addison
Peck, and will hav to confln hi future
attention to him.
WESTERNS NEDR ASK A
11 steer... .1316 6 46 11 heifer.. 1140 6 00
46 cows HH4 S 6 t cow 815 $ 76
17 cow 704 3 75
Huffman Bros, Nebraska.
47 helfer...10ii0 6 05 18 cow fil $ 76
R. Ll.ico, Nebraska.
46 cows 46 3 76 bulla 10M t 26
HOGS The market opened 60 higher thla
morning on the best grades of both me
dlum weight and heavy hogs. Shipper
were pretty good buyers, and the kind of
hogs that would answer their purpose gen
erally sold In good season at th ad
vance noted. On the other hand, packing
hogs were slow right from the start, and
packera at no time seamed Inclined to pay
better than steady prices. The result was
that outside of the best hogs sold early,
the market was no more than steady, clos
ing slow and dull at that. A good propor
tion of all th hogs brought $7.to47.76 with
a very choice load of hogs as high a
Th extreme clos of th market wa
very unsatisfactory, quite a number of
hogs selling as much as 10c lower. Among
th receipt today were some of th poorest
grasa hog seen here In a long time, and
no on appeared to want them. It being
hard work to find a buyer at any prlca.
On paper they looked decidedly lower, but
It wa th quality that mad th price.
Staple and Fancy Prodaee Price Far
alahed by Bayer aad Wholesaler,
BUTTER Creamery, No. t. delivered to
th retail trade In 1-lb. carton, 2ic: No,
1, In 60-lb. tubs, 26c; No. 2, in l ib. cartons,
24c; in CO-lb. tubs, 23c; packing stock
13c; lancy aauy, tuna, iac; common
roll, fresh mad. 17c. Market change
every Tuesday. '
EGGS Fresh selling stock, candled, 19c.
No storage stock In Omana market.
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full cream,
twins, 16o; Young Americas, 4 in hoop,
16Hc; favorite, 1 In hoop, 16c; daisies, 20 In
hoop, 15Vic; cream, brick, full cats, lio;
block Swiss, 15c; full cream llmburger, 16o.
POULTRy-Brollera, lc; alive, springs,
13Hc; hens.. 124c; cocks. 6c; ducks, 11c;
geese. 10c; turkeys, )c; pigeons, per dot,
65c; guinea fowls, per.dvx., $2.60; squabs,
per dos., $2. Dressed bena, 11c; springs,
12'31USct cocka, (He; ducks, 11c; geese, lie;
FISH Fresh caught, almost all are
dressed: Halibut, so; buffalo, 8c; trout,
12c; bullheads, Itc; catfish, 17c; crapple.
iinflsh, 60 lo c; black bass. 25c; white-
fish, 13c; pike, 12c; salmon, 14c; pickerel,
loc; frog legs, S60. Frosh frozen; White
fish, No. 1. 10c; round, 8c; pickerel,
dressed and headless, 7c; round, 60; pike,
dressed, lou; round, 8c; red mapper, 12o;
Spanish mackerel, 18c; native mackerel,
MEAT CUTS No. 1 rlb, I6H0; No. 2
rios, uc; co. 1 riti. vo; No. 1 loin, 17c;
No. 1 loin. 14c; No. 1, loin, 104c; No. 1
chuck, Oo'rje; No. 2 chuck, 6',c; No. 1
chuck, 4Ho; No. 1 round, 10c; No. 2 round,
ICeae; No. 1 round, 'mc; No. 1 plaia, fcc;
No. 2 plate, 60., No. 1 piate, 4c.
KHEM1 FRL' ITS Stra berries, $2.7663.26
per crai of Missouri and Arkuaas slock;
Florida pineapples, II to 4s, $175 par
crate: grape fruits, 86 slxs, per bus, $5, 46
als, $6 60 ; 64 alse. $6; bananas, fancy Port
Llnion. per pound. 4c.
CITRUS FRIITS-Lemona, 13 603t.SO;
orsngea. $2 76 a 4-00.
VEGETABLES Kansss sweet potaloea,
$176 per bbl. California celery, large, SM),
smaller. 0c. New Tork Holland seed cab
bage, 74c par lb. Wisconsin Red Globe
onion, 2c per lb. California cauliflower,
$3 00 per crate Tomatoes. Florida, (-basket
orate, $4.00. Lettuce, per do., 40c. Par
snips, turnips, carrots, 75 0 per dozen. Flor
ida new beets, carrots, parsnip, turnip,
etc, per dos , 75c.
POTATOES Wek; IVBSBo.
HIDES No. 1 green, 10c; No. 1 cured, 11c.
Be Want Ad stimulate business moves
BODY AFLOAT ... IN SKIFF
Wyoming Msrtariri Taka Haw
Method of plposli of Bdr ,
( Victim. .' ',
ROCK SPRINGS. Wyo., July ! tl-(Spe-clal.)
The authorities of . Sweetwater
county, Wyoming, ar assisting th au
thority of Routt oounty, Colorado, In an
effort to unravel th mystery pt th fate
of John Jorvl, a pioneer ranohman re
siding in the northwesfcorn!- of Colorado,
who la believed to hav been murdered.
The body or Jaryl Is believed to hav been
placed in a boat and permitted ta float
down Oreen river to dcatructlon lo tdor
canon of the stream.
Th alleged murddr occurred Y'' dv
ago. at a point In Routt county seventy
miles south of this place, In th Brown'
park country. Neighbor going to yllt
Jarv. fount! him missing and tha etinrtHlon
of In house indicating that a struggle had
oocurred. Leading from;.' tha dwelling to
in bank of th "iver was a tralj f Wood,
which ended at the Tt'r .at a t point
where a boat ordinarily' Vat kept moored.
The fainter of th craft was broken and
the boat missing. '
Two men ho were seen on th, road to
th Jarvl plac th day of th murder
ar aought, but are toellered , to hav
reached th railroad and gotten 04t of thla
Delay In taking Foleya Kidney Remedy
If you hav baokashe, kidney or bladder
trouble, fastens th disease upon you and
make a cur mora diTflcult. Commence
taking Foley' Kidney Remedy today and
you will soon be well. Why risk a carious
malady T Sold by all druggists.
Qulok Action for Your Monsy Ton get
Liverpool Orala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Julv 11 VH EAT Spot,
No. 1 red. w:trn, nominal. Future, Ir
regular; July. 8s 5Sd; September, 8s 8d;
Leeember. 6 JWd.
CORN Spot, stesdv; mixed, via Galves
ton. Us Sd; September. 6s 64d; October, 5s
PEORIA. July If CORN Lower;
vellow. 74c: No. S yellow. "31c; No.
No. 3. "ZKc; No. 4. r.'ac; no grad.
whit, Ue; No. 4
OATS-Hlgher; N'0. 1
whit, 62c nke.l.
Mllwaakea Rrala' Market.
MILWAUKEE. July 13. WHEAT-No. I
northern. 11 ft; No. 2 northern, $1.11; Sep
tember. $1 10",
BARLEY 71c; samples. 6V.'6f3'v.
Halath Grata Market.
DULUTH. Minn., uly 11.-WII E AT-x-July
$1 Zf: September. Sl.llVb. No. 1 northern
$1S: No $ northern, $1.2V
OATS 410 - ,
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