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THE BEE? OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 190D
VCRA1S AND PRODUCE MARKET
i Valy Option Wetker, September Gains
CASH HOUSES BUTHIO FREELY
cr Mpaorted tr om stayta
i Cask Deasaad fcawa Bettesv
tltml Reoelpta Ara IUp
Afloat for and In Europe, decreased l.W,.
04 bu : total American and European sup
ply, decreased !.(' Corn. I'nlted P'ates
and Panada, decreased MO.OOO Oats United
Slates ar d fannda. decreased 0U0 The
leading decreases reported thla week fol
low: Chlciin private elevators, bu.i
Manitoba. lSi'J.OOO bu.
OMAHA. Nab.. Jl W. 190.
Wheat wan lihtr and wag bought freely
with th rjimon of tha July option,
All offerings were taken quickly by cash
houses and bids wara sdvanoed for mora
wheat. It looks Ilka tha naw orop would
easily be dlapoaed of at tha praaent high
Corn waa wait supported by food buying
and the caah demand showed better
strength and mora activity. Tha liberal
receipts are belnf readily absorbed.
All wheal optlona were up with tha ex
ception! of July, which autfered a loaa.
Caah wheat brought bettee rrlces and after
offerings were abaorbed blda advanced. Tha
demand la good and no further declines are
Corn waa very strong and tha demand at'
od vance valuea waa surprising good. Caah
offerings ware readily taken at a good ad
vance over yeaterday. Receipts aio good,
It.ut ara not aa heavy aa waa looked for.
1'rlmary whrat receipts were 42,tW0 bush
ala and shipment 228,000 buihela, against
receipta Ian year of 1.072,008 buahela and
shipments of 703,000 buahela.
Corn receipta were 678,000 buahela and
Itipinnnts Sutj.uOfl buahela, against receipt
Ian year of 884.000 buahela and chipmenta
or 221 000 buahela.
Clearances were 1(1,000 buahela of corn,
none of oata, and wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool cloaed 't'tf'id lower on wheat
and Hd lower on corn.
Ixcal range of option:
WRATIIKIl I TIIK ORAM BELT
Generally rate Slaht aad Wadaee
day, with No Temperatare C ae.
OMAHA. July 20. If.
Tha area of Math pressure, noted over
the upper lake region and central valleys
In tha preceding report, has spread ever
tha entire eaatem and aoutharn portoa
of tha country, with Ita crest oow central
over the Uhlo valley. Tha Inoreaae In
pressure haa ra.usd a alight out general
fall In tern para tu re frWooghout the fouth-
rn states, ami temperature" crauinu,
lightly below- the normal In the lake re-
lon, Ohio valley and eaetem siatee.
howera occurred within tha laat twenty-
four hour In New F.ntland, tha eaat gulf
tatea, tha extreme upper Missouri vauey.
nd were scattered throughout trie moun-
am dlatrlcta. and thunderatorma are cur
rent In the Flack Hllla country and ex
treme aouthweat thla morning. No Im
portant rhanire In temperature haa oc
curred weal of th.e Missouri river within
the laat twenty-four houra, except that It
la much warmer In the extreme north-
weat. Fair and Continued warm la Indi
cate for thla vicinity tonight and Wednes-
Hecora or temperature ana precipitation
Articles.! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tet'y.
VTheat- J j j
July...! 1 U 1 11 1 lCi 1 10 1 11
sept... io:si lwi i o,! i omi 103-
Com- I I I I
July... (ffv, 7iv CT'il GT'V TH
Sept... t7t 02H 62s. 62H
fiaiM- I I
.inly... rri 4"
S"Pi... s:, svkl 'tnti 8'l 3774
05 of an Inch.
F.xreaa for corresponding period in lMt,
Ieflolenoy for correapondtnc varlod In
l'n, 411 inchaa.
U. A. WELSH, Local Foraeaatsr.
Cora aa Wheat Regclaa Ballella.
For Omaha. Neb., for tha twenty-four
houra ending at I a. m , 7Eth meridian
time, Tneaday. July 20, lWt
Htattona. Max. Mln. fall.
Ashland. Neb 81 78 .00
Auburn. Neb 1 f .00
Wheat, fo'i. Oa'
C'hloaiTO '. 1M 251 I2
Omaha , 12 lit
I 'Uluth t
rillCAOO QR4IM AMD PROVISIOJII
llrniil Ifnrveatlnar Weather Canaea
Fnrther Klanip la Wheat.
CHICAOO, July 2.-Perfeat weathar for
Vi harveaWna and movement of the new
crop cauaed a further alump in the price
of July wheat today. Tha Mora distant
deliveries were airong rt talk ot damage
by hot weather In tha narthweet. At the
oloae .ruiy anowea a net ieaa 01
li It other notion were o to la higher
Corn anil oat a cloaed atrong and provla
Whrat for July ' delivery ' waa under
heavy aelllng preaaure almoat tha entire
day and at the low point. II waa 2c
the do:n flgurea of th rrevlou
aeaalnn. Thi.' future of the trading In
Jul v . aa the liravv aalea by a leading
1' ng v li-h Duliii'rd conalderahle aellinx
in- ama holder. Th aelllna waa prompta
by the ctntlnuetl favorable rundltloua for
harvesting In the winter wheat belt and
roil' -tftntly Incrfaalng volume of new
wheat bains marketed aa a reault of tha
Derllnea In the price of the caah grain
here and In the southwest alao added to
heAflah aanttmant In tha Julv ontlon. Re
port were received from Minneapolla
claiming that the growing crop In South
Dakota and Minnesota waa in danger a
damage bv rust owlna to hot wealber
Tl.ese advirea were chiefly responalblo
for the atrength of the future deliver!,
llumuri of Injury to the crop by hot
wo&thrr in lowa and H.ansaa cauaea neavy
buvina of corn particularly September,
u hlfh reaulted In a atroncr market all
day. The close waa atrong, tie to la
Oata v rre weak at the (tart, but later
the market developed considerable
atrength. The market closed atrong with
price up "4c to He.
Provlalone cloaed to lower to Bo higher.
In le.id.ng futurea ranged aa folio:
Uroken Bow, NeJ. 84 70 .00
Columbus, Neb... 91 70 .00
Culbertaon, Neb..lOU 7S .60
Falrbury, Neb.... M W .W
Fairmont. Neb... 30 W .00
Or. Island. Neb.. W 70 .00
Hartlngton. Neb. 90 70 .00
Hasting. Neb.... 90 72 .00
Holdrege, Neb... M 71 .00
Oakdale, Neb 92 71 .00
Omaha, Neb 90 74 . 00
Tekamali, Neb... 91 t!) .09
Alta. Ia 87 70 .00
Carroll, la t 87 67 .00
Clarlnda. Ia 90 7 .00
Sibley. Ia S7 69 .00
Sioux City, la... 90 72 .00
Art clcs.; Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. I Ye y.
.'uiy I IIS I 18tt 1 18 1 VH J
Sept. 110 HIS 1 10S4 1 lOH 1 Wl
lec. 1 07.U1 1 0HS 1 07 1 08H 1 07H
May 1 luS 1 11 V, 1 10 1 10 1 10V
C o n
July 704 71 Ti 70H 1 ' 70H
Kept. V4jwSfctt7 66HtfH!7i57 CM
Iec. f. 66' M S0 55TM
May ' M 67V, ' 5H 67 H 6H
July 4.-VH - 4t 45Ta V
SepL 40Va 4Hi eUVal 41 M, 404
Deo. 41 41S 40 41H 41 Ki
May 434 44 W i 4J
July WnmMSTH 20 20 90 86 20S
Hept. 21 OS 31 U 21 06 21 07HI 21 06
July 11 70 11 70 U 70 11 TO J 11 72H
: Hept, i 11 73HI 11 TtHI 11 70 11 72H 11 73V
Oct. 11 65 U 67H 11 16 I 11 86 I
July 11 47H 11 47H It V 11 47H 11 7H
Hept. 11 42S 11 45 11 40 11 46 11 42H
Oct. 11 10 11 13H 11 10 11 12H1
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market it Awaiting; 7. P. Morgan's
Eeturn from Europe.
EXPECTED TO ARRIVE TODAY
Wall street Disturbed By Homor hal
Expected Isereaae In "eel Dlv1
, dewd May Not Be
NEW TORK. July 20-The stock market
today might be said to have meen waiting
on the return of J. P. Morgan, whose ar
rival from Europe I expected .tomorrow.
Th aggreaalve pushers of the recent ad
vance In United tbaies ieei wti, um
turbed by a auggeetlon that the expected
lnerea in the dividend had not been de
termined on and might be considered as
Imnmhihla Mulders of United State Steel
about 70 do not view with equanimity the
proapect of continuing to hold the atock as
a 2 per oent dividend payer and even the
auggestlon of a S per cent rate leaves a
lack of assurance amongst recent specula
tive buyara. , , 0,...
Tha dragging tenaency ui
cured by Kuasla. Trading ob the stock x
ciiantte cuiitliiuea to be quietly fltm wtm
an upward lenriency tn several direction,
imiauiy home rati and gilt eUged aecuri
it, a, under inveauiirni anu Kafjm. on uear
ronrlng and souih Aincan buying. Am
erican securities opened steady ajid a fiao
tlon higher. Th anaia ot the Unl.ad
js.ates Meel corporation and the ilarriman
mads were In demand a u ring tne tiist
lunir and on this Puying Vhe market ad
lanced. At noon a tlrm tone prevail. d, wltn
prices ranging from "o to -o above e.
teiday's New Tork rlosiiig. New York
supported tha market well In the afternoon
aril the close was steady with the excep
tion of Vnited States Hiael, which wa in
clined to ease.
I'ABIS. July 20. Price on tha boure to
day were firm.
BERLIN, July 2a Trading generally on
the bourse today was quiet. American
railroad atcurlilea were firm.
New York Money .llarwet.
NEW YORK. July KX MONET On call,
easy, Hu Pr cent; ruling rate, 1T prr
cent; cloelng bid, 1 per cent; offered at
1 per cent. Ttme loana, ratner nun ana
firmer; sixty days, 1VS3 Per cent; ninety
days, 2-vB2 per cent; six months, 3V per
"fRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-354
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with
actual business In bankers' bills at t4.ti
4 8610 for sixty-day bills and at I4.874P. for
demand; commercials bills. $4.v4a4
P1LVER Rar, 51c; Mexican dollars. 44o.
N1S Government, easy; rauroaa,
01IA1IA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Killing; Cattle Generally Slow to Ten
HOGS 0FXN UP SOME STRONGER
Sheet) and lam ha steady to atroager
at Moat Everything Bella la
Vary Good Wenaoa la tha
CiMl nrnved an obatacle to the efforts to
. r . v. - nniia i r rm.
m pa red with tne oorrponaing day of aavanca pncea mo . ... -;,.-, ,., i. t,d. ndav .era
a last three year. tha market back after it nao sei uui iur .-... . ,
1909 190 19TT 190t higher lavela. Besides tne aeaire ; . " ., . . ...tno n.a i.trte .. H..1H
Minimum temperatura ... 74 7 74 g Mr. Morgan appearance in " coupon...."... lot in. c.n.r.1 lit ret.ta.
Precipitation 00 .00 .Ot T tha persistence of the labor troul le in v B H ntt,tent. unit Inter.-M.t 4 I0H
Normal temperature for today, 77 degree, th tin plate and steel branches or tbe in- df) joji aifiter-M M. va ... 4
hJxres In nreclDltatlon alnoe Marah Llrt.i.trv haa nroved greater than waa -pi-I t;. g rni.red ll"1 Jipiii Is T
Minimum temperatura for twelve-hour
period ending at t a. m.
No. of -Tame. fla In
Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inane.
Chloaa-o. .Ill 26 T It .00
Cblumbua. o IT Tt aa .w
Oea Moines. Ia.... It M .0
fndliuhavolia. Jnd.. 13 Ts ft
Kamaa Citv. Un. 20 90 tt . .9
Iiulsvllle, Ky 17 80 M .
Minneapolis. Minn. 20 18 M .28
Omaha. Neb 1 90 70 .00
at. Louis. Mo 13 82 68 . .09
pec ted and a favorable outcome for tha
contectlons of the corporatlonn In not so
confidently looked for Interest attached to
pews that th rnion -cui n-
$10,000,000 holding of Atchison preferred to
a syndicate under in airtTuu n
The Inferences to ba drawn from this
tranaaoUon were greater subject of urmle
than th operation Itaelf. No Information
v. forthcoming as to the Intention of the
company In disposing of tha proceeds of
this sal That the investment was In
tended was tha supposition prevalent, and
thla opened up an inviting nem ui pui
tlva conjecture. Union Paclfio sold H
higher than Its former record.
The special strength of the Rock Island
stock waa read as a mark of the Identity
of one element active In the speculation
rather than as any sign or aeveinpmeni.
bearing on this property. Ttie time money
market held Its firm ton nd foreign ex
change rose sharply, giving color to predic
tions that further large shipments of gold
to Argentina remained to be made.
Bonds were firm. Total sales, par value,
t4.020,0U0. I'nlted States 4s, registered, de
clined 4 per cent in bid price.
Sales and range of rrwe on the Stock ex
change were aa follows:
Bii-w. man. j"w. .'-.-
Allls-Chalmar pfa MO tt M
Amaltumatad Coppar '-"a
Amartcaa Beat Sugar ..
Amarloan Can pf d
Amarlcan C tt t
AiwtfleMi Cotton OH ..
Anarita R. V. gM.
Jr rounnn 1I9V4 llinn 4VU ..
Allli-( h.lmert lit U It K. C. 9. ut ti
Ama. Agrt. 6s 101"4 'Lake Rkora 4.4a,lMl HH
T. T. CV. 4a..l4H Li. N. a. M
A me. Tubanco 4a
Armour tt Co.
AtcMson ge. 4a....
do ct. 4a
do ct. 6b
A. C. L 1st 4
B A O. 4a
B (I. fl, W. JHl
Broniii)rn t. c. 4s
AmsnaMi laa gee
Caah quotations were as followst
FLOim-Firm; winter patents, 2t.00illd.t5;
winter wrUghta, ti.SOUS; spring patents,
tt.KK&tiO; spring stralih'a, li.Wyt.00;
makers, t4.7O(3.20. " v , I'-.
RYFT-NO. ,2. Mttd.
HAULET Feed or mixing, OtOfSe; fair
to choice malting, 8ff7o,
8KEI.'a-F1aX, No. 1 touthwestem, tl.40;
No. 1 corthvreatern,' 11.60. Timothy, 1180.
PROT1310NS Ma pork par bbl., IM.KS
tTMKfi. mx&. pee 100 lba, til 70. Short rlba,
aldea Oooae). HI 47HXM1 7H; abort clear
aide Jboxed,wtll.k7V.412.00. '
Total elearaneea of wheat and flour were
equal )l.om bu. Primary receipts were 4M.
000 bu, ecmpared with L072.O00 bu. tha oor
reapondlirg week a year ago. Tha world'a
visible- aupply, a shown oy Bradatreet's
waa 2.IWJUI00 bu. Esrlmated- receipt for tomorrow-'
Wheat 94 oarai earn, 172 ers;
oats. 09 earg; hogs. 23,000 head.
HrTTKK-Steady; creameries. aWXo;
KOO-"lrm; reoelpts, 11.182 cases: at
nmrk. . raa- Ineiudad,' 1W4; flrata, 20He;
prlo e firsts, tl1.
(. HELtPli-Pteaiyl daisies, lftc; twins,
lic; yoong Ainerlcaa, long horns,
POTATOER Steady: choice to fancy, ,75
icr fair ia iwu, ew.ao.
POL'LTRY-rteady; turkeyt. 14c chick
ens. ltd: SDrlnsa. l'ClSo.
VEA Lr-Steadv; M to AO-nound welrhta.
Tc; M to dA pound weUhts. 6g3e; it to
iiw pouna weigniB ivuuo.
Kasu Cltr Grata sat Prvvtaloma.
KANSAS CITT, July 20 WHRAT Un
changed to lo lower; No. I hard, II .14T1.17:
No. I hard, ti ll Jl 15; No. I red. $l.liwl.l.;
No. I red. il.OMil.U.
CORN Id I'm hlaher: No. 2 mixed. P8
Utc; No. I nUxed, V; No. I white, 10
ti.oHc: No. 1 white, 7u'70Ue,
OAT3 Ttpohangerf. No. -I white, UQUo;
No. 2 mixed. ttVjHto.. . , : .
RYB Iffjiaie. ,
HA.Y Uaehaaged to 2fkxStl.00 lower;
choice timothy, tit.MtfU W; eholoa prairie,
13M; eholc alfalfa. tltOOtfU-M. .
HUTTEH-Creaawry extra. 2So; firsts,
tiVn''L-'. Pokln atock. UHo.
EGGa-lLxtraa. ti-; flr.ta, 6o: current
race p 16k; aeaonds and dirties i4o.
. . Reoeilpta. Shlpuienta.
WneeL bu. l&lOOt 7H.000
Corn, ha .
Oata hat. ,....... 1,0110 2.0UO
Kanaaa City opUons ranged as followst
Artlolaa. .. Open, j High. I Low. Cloaa.
10TH 1 J 1
AvwIUhl gaaalr at Or I a. .
NEW TORK. July 10. Special cable and
telegraphic communlcavtlona received by
Bradaireeta ahow tha following changes
In available euppltee aa oompared with
previous aerauou Wheat, Unibad fltataaa,
eaat . Hock lea. decreased l.M.OoO bu. : Can-
(ada, derreae4 - T79.W0 hu. : total Tnlted
fekatea and Canada, decreased l,W,0Oi bu.
Tha only precipitation occnrrlng In the
corn and wheat reglan during th' last
twenty-foty hour was In the Minneapolis
district, where fairly good hower oc
curred. Temperature changes have been
light and unimportant since the preceding
report. u. niiflit,
Local forecaster, w earner o.
NRW YORK GENERAL MARKET
(Inotatlons of tha Day on "Varloae
NHW TORK. July M. FLOUR Receipts,
20.S77 bbls.i exports, 537 bbla. Market was
quiet, but steady; Minnesota patents, Itrafvfji
8.60; Minnesota baKers, 6.866.6; winter
patents, .0O.60; winter straights,
8.00; winter extras, ttt.tO; winter low
grades, $4 Mf5 40. Rye flour, steady, fair
to good, t4.60V4.tKi; cnoire io laney, ft.iuw
CORNMEALSteady: ftna white and yel
low, tl. 854170; coarae, 21. 5531.60; kiln dried.
175. . : - . . w
RYK Dull; INO. x western, auo, i. a, o.
New York. .
BARLFlY Dull; feeding. TKfiio, o. i. r.
New York. .
WHEAT Receipts, 47,300 oU. spot mar
ket Irregular; No. 2 red, old, 21. 42, nomiruxl.
In. elevator and f. o. b. afloat; no. rea,
new, I1.22H, end August, f. o. b. .afloat;
No. 1 northern, Duliitb. I1.44H. nominal,
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard winter. ILStH.
nominal, f. o. b. afloat. The wheat mar
ket was decidedly stronger today, getting
excellent support from bulls on aocount
of an Improved cash demand, reports of
higher temperatures In the northwest and
smaller reclept. Final prices showed 4e
to c net rtae. July closed at $1.31, Sep
tember, 1.17HUV. closed at 21.1811: De
cember, tl 14H'8'tl5T(i; closed at $1.156i
May. 91.164X1.184; closed at H UH-
CORN Receipts. 110,875 bu.i exports,
1S.8S7 bu. Ppot market firm; No. o'u
78Sic elevator, and nominal f. o. b. afloat;
No. 2, new. cbo, winter snipmeni, i. . u.
afloat. Option market waa without trans
actiona, closing He to lHo net higher; July
closed 78Ho. September closed 760 and
December closed no. '
OATb-Recelpts, 69,100 bu. Spot market
quiet; mixed, 24 to S2 lbs., B70, nominal;
natural white, K to 82 lb, o447V4o;
ollnnad white. 14 to 42 IbS..
hay Hour no. a. B&unwi ivnni u
ohrrioo ti ofyfrt os.
vtriPR Firm: common to choice, 1908, 14
19c; 107. nominal; Paclfio ootst, 1908, 11
lay. iwrr HYT11U. ,
HIDES-rirm: Bogota. ll4ff2S4oj Central
America, Ka, . . ,
LKATHF.H-nrm; aria, xrwo.
Til IlW-KlMilv! citv (12 dot pkg.),
9l-18c: country tokg. free, P 6-lAgft 12-10o.
RICE steady; aomenio, xair vo axira,
lrk liiwii nnminal.
PROVISIONS Beef, ulet: famllyy $14 00
fil4.60; mess. $11 04111.M: beef hama, $24.00
KOO; racket tll.5OfltS.00; city extra India
mini. w. i-ui meaie,- Biaitay; picw
led belllee, $12 SOflllOO. J.arfl steady; west,
ern, SUMtlltOK; refined steady: . oontl
nent $12.30: South. America, $19.00: oom
t.ir.A t7.2V4(filfi7V4. Pork steady: family
SSI &0it?l.r: short clears, SJlHOffM OO; mesa,
til 2f.M 00. , ,
BUTTER Strong and unchanged: cream.
..uuia treti77U.p- official nriea. S7o
extras, o; western factory firsts. Slo;
hm Imitation creamery firsts. 22o.
CHEEBB Strong; full cream special, 14
E-Og Firm; western extra firsts, 13!8
S4c; firsts, xivair-'i'o; seoonae. wjuo.
POHT.TW.Y Dressed steady: western
chlokens, broiler. 18S2So; fowls, , UtllOo;
t. La a la General Market.
ST. LOUIS. Ju'T SO. WHEAT Higher:
No. S red. ' $1.1S1.17H; No. S hard, SLlTVh'd
1H- July. SHJ1; September, $1.08.
SviNHlirher: No. S. llta; July. 9Vio:
Beptember, t66To; No. 2 whlta. UQ
OATS-Higher: No. 1 48c; July, 44Ho;
September, 337c; no. i wnite. ko.
HY Nominal, tic.
nfl'R-Steady: red winter patents, new
SF.2M55.50; extra fancy and atralght, $4.$09
5.25; bard winter clears. 94.lAVt.oU.
6KF.r Timotny. tnrs.za.
. CORNMFAL S3 40.
BRAN Weak ; Backed east track, $1,070
HAT Firm; timothy, $140081800; prairie.
S10 OlWTa TO.
HUMP TWINE To.
PROVISIONS-Pork. higher: Jobbing
$!1 fj. Lard, stead; prime ateam, $11 .fSS
U.M. Pry sajt meata. eteady; boxed extra
hftrta. S117&; clear rlba. Sll.78; abort dears,
$11 Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts,
til 7: e'esr ribs, ti? 75: short clears. $12 874.
POULTRY fiieady: chirk ena, 12c; springs
16o; turkevs, 176; ducks, 10c; geese. 4o.
PTTTER Higher; creamery, Sl28o.
Flour, bbl.. f.K" 1 100
Wheat, bu. ...... .97 0 48 MO
Corn, b StTO 47 oo
Oata. hq. 9. 400 22.700
. . Mlaaaapolla Orala. Market
MTNNFAPOLTS Mm.. Julv SO WHaJAT
-rily. Sl tlM: fstptetaber. $ itlUt
eemtaar, titan; no. i nara. aLsatfi.a: no.
1 northern, tl Sf1 SlU: . K. t northern.
Liari no. j noemern k4v I JB.
RRA N In HO lb. ssrka, SM 90.
FIjOim-Ftrat ants. Sa.10H4.SO: aeennd
patent a. hi otww w: " aieara, t4.oajt.Sfi
eecona clears. S3 vwri 7n.
Pearla Market. ,
PFORA. ,'nlv sn --(YltV-rflrhee- tfn
yePow. Tl'(nvc- ftn, vetjow -ri, No
1. Tie- N 4 70e: an grade aaueva.c.
Amartaan S. R
tsaarteaa (aaar Itatlnlng
aariran T T
AaWrioaa Takaooe Bti...
Amarlcan woolen ...
Aaaaonila Mining Co
Atlantic Coast Una
Da. tl mora ; Ohio
Brovklrn Rapid Transit.
Central Leal bar
Central of Ntw Jaraar..
Chaaapaaka A Ohio
Chloago at Alton
Chlugo Oraat Wastern..
Chicago A Northwastarn
0., M. A St. P
C, O., C. gt. L
Colorado Fuel Iron..
Colorado tt Southern ...
do 1st pfd
do Id Pfd
Delaware A Hudson ....
DanTar A Rio Grands....
Distillers gecurUlee ....
to 1st pld.
do Id prd...
GrAAL Northam Pfd
Great Northern Ore. cU t.100 n 78
International Harvaeter .
Kansas City toulhera ...
Louisville A NaahTllla..
Minneapolis Bt. Loula
M.. St. P., Av I. gta. M
Kisaaurl, Kansaa aj Taaaa. . 1.1UX
N. Rjs. o M. lt pit...
Naw York Central i....
N T.. O. A W ,
Norfolk Western ,.,
North Amarlcan ,
Pacific Mall ,
Paop4aa Oaa v..
p.. o.. o. a at. i.....
Freesed gtaal Car
Pullman Palace Car ..
Hallway BUal Spring .,
Keck Island Co Tllut
do pfd 1(.4W
... S UM
.. t.000 S
l.K 11114 1274k Ut
.. 1,400 MHt 1 140H
.... 1.J00 88 64
1,J0 47 4Ta 471
....1J.S"0 117 1H1 l!IH4
.... 1U0 106 16 1""4
.... t,i00 130 1DH 11'4
.. ., .... I8t
.... D ".S ' 1
.... 4.40 m 1S8S4 1M
.... i si n stn
.... K 106V, iub Inf.
....31,100 71 tt 7
.... :oo 4 tt t
.... .') Ill 1 1
1,4(10 1S314. 1M
14,400 W W 15t)
100 7 n 74
4, W0 44 44tt 44Tt
200 41 II tl
W Wi 140
200 SJV, 'U t.14
M.. K. A T. 1st 4. 101
1114h do gen. 4Ha tilt
Ho Mlsnourl P. IIIc 4s.. t4
10 s 1. Rrs. of M. 4H.. WH4
114 N. T. C. gen. IVji.. 9144
11"S to deb. 4a
r, N. T , N. H A-H.e ta.1JH
N. W. 1st con.-4s S
4 do ct. 4a la
, 904j Northern Paclfio 4s.. 1"!
HH do ta 7414
Central of Ga. ts ..H0' O. 8. L. rfd. 4 tt
Central Leather 5a... Pnn. ct. ISa, IBIS . ?
C. R. R. of N. J. g. ti do con. 4a 104H
R R. of N.J.g.ts.in Reading gen. 4s 101
i'. A O. 4Ha 104 at. L. A B. P. t. 4a.. 7H
do ref. ( lftis do gen. ts W
C. ft A. lv,a 7 at. L. So. eon. 4a..., TSMj
c, B. a Q. joint 4a.. t do 1st eqld 4a..,. re
do gan. 4l I'-"', aeaboard A. L. 4t.... 0
Mil. A 8t. P.g.tHttO S p. col. 4a 4Vt
C, R. I. A p. col. 4a 4I4 do ct. 4a 105
d col. 6a IIH 9. P. R. R. 1st r. 4s ll4
lo'i..-M 80. Raiiwar Ba Ill
C. R. I. AP RT r.4tl do gen. 4a Ml
Colo. Ind. ts 41H Union Paclfio 4s IA414
Colo. Mldlsnd 4s W4 do ct. 4a IIS14
C A 8. r. ait 4Ht 414 dn 1st and ref 4a..
. A H. ct. 4s I K S 1'. 8. Rubber ta 10
I), a R. O. 4s 7H V. 8. Rtael td bt 10
do ref. 5s M Va.-fler. C. ta MVt
Dlitlllr,' la 74 Wsbash 1st ta lit'
Kne prior lien 4s.... I do lat and azt. 4s. 744
ito gen. 4s 7H Weatarn Md. 4a MS
do or. 4s, series A. 741, West. Blac. CT. Ba.... M4
eo ct. 4a, Sanaa I. TIM wia. central 4a.
FOUTH C-MAHA. July SO. 1W.
nece pts were: Csttle. Hoga. Sheep.
Official Monday $91 2."
Estimate Tuesday S.700 .00
Two davs this week... 7.W 9 JS
Same days last week.... 10.MJ
tjam days S weeks ago. 4.41 IL'
Same days S weeks ago. .SM it.943
fiame days 4 week ago. 4.479 16.6M
Same day last year i0-6
The following table showe the receipts
of cattls, hoas And sheep at South Omaha
for th year tc date, compared with last
vear' 190. 1. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 47.41 4M,o4l SJ.940 .......
Hogs 1.490.fl l.fln.634 W.J 7
Sheep 717.0M 74,570 $"
The following table ghows tha averare
price of hogs at South Omaha for tha last
several days, with co'mpatisons:
Data. 1 1909. 19M.l'a77.llW.1906.1904.1103.
t 29! S 4
a a, a m
6fl S So Hi
0 t4 3S t 99
ill 1 47 5 IS
I 76 0 SO! I 6 19
tt a Kit a Erf
4f 6 621 S Ml B 21, 111
K 71 g Ml B B3I t m '
I 80 0 0 47l tt l! I Oil 22
ti m ... t ts t m m in
tl K4 M I ft
SHKI-.P K4ie.p commanded prices stea.ly
to a shade higher on today a market Trac
ing flgurea in some cases, especially on a
few picked ewe sale, looker! to be about
A dime higher perhaps, but the geneial
market was not far from steady to strong.
Ilecetpta were moderate, the bulk consist
ing as usual tit range stork. Wyoming
and Idaho were two of the larmn con
tributors, and South Dakota was rep
resented by a small string of feeder. Tne
assignment was fair, ee.es, wethers uud
jinrllngs In the majority.
The demand waa active from the open
ing and a good brisk market resulted.
Idaho ewts mad $4 76, yearlings of the
same nativity brought SS.76. Wyoming
wethers sold at $4.76, and a small siring
of yearling breeding ewe from this state
were sent out at So. 10. .
Quotation 011 . range ' sheep and lambs:
Onod to choice spring lamb. $7. Soft . 00;
fair to good soring Inmbg. $ii.s:.'if7 f0: good
to choice yearlings. $b 4iM5 !H; fair to good
yearlings. .oufi & 40 ; good to choice weth
eis, $4.70iT5.i6; fair to good wethers, $4 3tv,f
4 u7; good to choice ewes, $1.3.' 54.75; fair to
good ewes, $4 (Ofl-4 J5.
j.Mt No. Av. Tr.
ooiiin i'uaoia ewea, iteiirrp.. tn w
S2 r-outh I'akoia yltt.s, fee.le'S..P3 I i)
S2 South Dakota ewws. feeders.. M 4 TS
64 South Dakota ewes, feeders.. fO 4 !'
II", South Dakota vlgs, feeders. . M 4W
27 touth DHkota ewes, fivdcrs.. M 4 75
313 Wyoming ewes and wethers. 99 4 To
2r0 Wyoming ewes and wethers. 100 4
!0 Wyoming ewes and wethers. 9 4 73
111 western ees...., 94 0 10
27 western latabs 44 B 70
1.4 Nevada yearlings, feeders... Ml 4 gs
3'4 Nevada yeaillnns, feelers.... 0 4 8T
SSI Nevada yearlings, feeder. . .. St 4 66
t Nevada yearlings, feeders.... 4 4ii
273 N'-vada yearlings, feeders.... 94 4
fi-t Idaho ewea S9 4 75
3 Id-iho ewes, culls 9 8 2
7."i lrlaho yearlings 9.1 f. 75
?2 Idaho wethers 1' 6 2."
27 Idaho ewes 97 4 63
99 Idaho yearlings, culls 70 4 6
Tha official number of cars stock brought
In today by each roaa was:
Iloaton Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, July 20 Money, cell loans, 2H
fl3 per cent; time loans, 2f par oent. Closi
ng quotations on stocks and bond wer
.. I.VOO 141T, 147 167
., 7.700 161 lSC't4 161
t.wi ' ta ;
1.K.10 1V.H 1M"4 185V4
15 11 U
i4 11 21
14 14 14
38 l t'
2t 2 tuv,
4 44 46
7J4 71 72
IW 141 142 142
300 fx 6 H
X 14 142 141
(HO 73 72 7!
41 41 42
... 100 8 W
... 10,100 134 182 184
... 8.20O (4 63 63
... l.eOO J S 43
... 1.1O0 44 13 81
.. .10,104 U4 16.1 15S
... :oo ao to i
... 4.4UO 1811 184 114
... (00 114 114 lit
... .... ta
... 1.400 46 44 45
... 600 47 . 4 46
.. .66,100 1M )5i 165
... 1.4UW 83 U 8i
J0 111 107 tUl
36 . 15 86
BU U A t. P. 3d pfd 1,600 66
gt. Louis BopthwaMarn...... 600 t
de pr soo .-
Bloae-Bhefrteld g. It 1 4"0 B4
Southaro Railway ..
Tsnnaaaae Copper . .
Taaaa A Peelfle ....
T., Bu u. 4a VV.
Vnited States Realty ....
tinned Siasee Hufcber ....
'ailed Stale Blast
Waailngbousa Klectrl ...
Wheeling A Lake trie...
Total muss ier U4 day, Ul.luo abaraa.
..M.400 194 131 134
4.400 11 81
400 70 10
t 17 66
400 16 ' 14
640 411 4Ht
IU0 64 4"4
tl,0 18 17 14
100 lu4 105 lS
tu ai ai 112
00 M 18 14
M.4O0 78 72 11
1.000 137 114 u;
800 40 411 44
Leadaa ttaoic Market
LONDON. July 20. American securities
opened steady and a fraction higher. Th
hare 01 tne unuea mats tueei corpora
tlon and th Ilarrlnian road were in de.
mand and during the first hour and on
thi buying the market advanced. Xt noon
a firm tone prevailed, with price ranging
from 71 14 n aoov yaaieraay s inew Kortt
London closing stocks:
Aaal. Caepar ....
galtlsaere A Ohle
. 64 Louimile At Naah....l48
. mo. , nan. a lax....
. 14 N. T. Oantntl 136
. Norfolk a Western.. B
.110 do pfd B0
.101 Ontario A Western.. 66
Atchison adj. 4a.
do 4s M Arts. OoaMaaralal.... 40
Miiican Central 4s. 4 Atlantle , t
Atchison 114 Butte Coallttea .... M
do pfd 104 Calumet ArtsBna. .IM
Hoston a Albany 12s Calumet Heola
Boston A Mama.. .144 Centennial
Boston Elevated.... 110 Coppar Rang ...
Fltchburg pfd 130 I if Waat
H. T.. N. H. A H.170 rranklla
Union Paclfio ..... ...lt Ortnby
Amsr. Arga. Chain.. 44 Green Cananaa
do pfd 101 Jul Royal
Amer. Pneu. Tuba... Man. Mining ....
Am. fugar 127 Michigan
do pfd... 134 Mohawk
Amsr. T A T 140 Montane C. A O.
Am. Woolen 86 Naeada
de pfd... 108 Old Dominion ..
Dominion 1. A i ... 44 Osceola
""Edison E. 1 144 Parrot
.. 18 Tamarack
.. 74 Trlnltr
.. (2 I'nlted Coppar ..
..187 U. 9. Mining
.. 41 U. 8. Oil
.. 80 I'tah
.. 71 Victoria
.. 4 WolT.rlns
.. 44 North Butt ....
General Electrlo .,
Maaa. Electrlo ....
rnlted Bho Mach.
V. 8. Steel ,
C. M. A St. P
Union Paclfio T9
C. ft N. W east 2
C. A N. W.. west 40
C. St. P.. M. & 0 1$
C, M. & Q , east. W
c, h. Ac y , west 11
C, R. I. ft P., east 4
C, R. I. ft P., wast
c, a. w 1
The disposition of the day s receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchaalng the
number of head indicated:
Buyers. Cattle, Hogs. Bheep.
Omaha Packing Co .213 SrSl M
Swift ft Company 4i7
Cudahv Packing Co 1,171
Armour ft Co 7M
Omaha racking Co., K. C IS
Kwlft A Comyaay. K. C...' 72
Cut-4 by Packing Co., X.C M
riolvad . ....
Vansant ft Co... i
3. Vansatit ; S
VV. 1. aupktn
tlftl ft 9n 1. ....... 84
r. t". tetwia U
J. B. Root ft Co 4
'J. H. Bulla 41
Layton ft CO 1
MoCreary ft Carey 7
Sam Werthlmer 47
II. P. Hamilton 47
Sullivan Bros 46
Inaraham ..; S
M esourl-Kansas Co 7
Other buyer S79
CHICAGO LH B STOe-K MARKET
Story of Day'e Tradlogr in Cattle,
Sinus and Sheep.
CHICAGO, July 20-CATTLEflecelpts
estimated 12.000 head, steers, t5.60M(7.i;
cows and heifers, t3Vti5 60; bulls. 03.4Otf
536; calves, S3.00j?g.ii; atockers And feed
HOQ3 IleielDts 11000 head. market
steady to 6c lower; cholee heavy S8.i'j
9.); butchers, SV)6tt,,2: light mlgtd, S7.to
4r7.S5; choice light, S7.908 15; heavy pack-
Jng. I7.9thi.10: light packing. 7.otrtii.w;
pigs, 86 607 155; btiLk of sales. S7.7Ofj'7.0.
CHEEP A.N'L) LAMBS Kecelpts Hi. 000
head; market steady; sheep, $4 O04f6.40;
yearlings, 4.0U'a6.00; lambs, tu.004i8.26.
New York Mining Stocks.
NEW TORK. July 20,-Cj6s1ng quotations
on mining giocgs were aa lonows
Comslock T. g..
Con. Cal. A Va..
Horn Silver ....
uttti una ..
yellow Jacket .
WASHINGTON. July SO.-The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was. as follows;
Tr.iu, e.inu. f . .1 ,1 1 . tDCA KE MB, .It
ver dollars, S4oS.144.000; silver dollars of
iswj, 4,ll.tjuu; silver certificates out
standing S488, 144.000. Ueneral Fund: Stan,
dard silver dollars In general fund. 01,.
927,383; current liabilities, S2. 749,811; work.
I II IT hal.nn& In traa.nM, At'la.a t'll TCI Oift
In banks to credit of treasurer of United'
States, S46,S99,7U; subsidiary silver coin.
t-t.ofl.m; minor coin, 911,497.901; total bal
ance In general fund, 0111,672,796.
OMAHA, July 20,-Banlt clearings for
today were 82,90.04 and for tha correspond
ing date last year 01,711,1$! .64.
NEW TORK, July 20. Tha cotton market
opened firm at an advance of 6&13 points
and increased Us gain to a matter of
some 17 to 19 points aa a result of better
cables than expected, a bullish speoial re
port from tha National Olnners' associa
tion and the failure of the weather map
to show expected rains In tha southwest.
Trading waa active and, while margin
calls Following yesterday's lata break
brought In selling orders, there Was good
buying, which, during the middle of the
morning, had the added encouragement of
the western belt forecast calling for gen
erally fair weather In Texaa. 1
Futures opened firm; July. 11.90c; August,
ll.SOo: September, 11.8Se; October, lLeSc;
December, 11. Mo; January, 1184c; March,
ll.KKo; May, 11.380.
Futures closed steady; July. 12.09c; Au
gust. 12.0Bc; September, U.lio: October,
12.12c; November. 13. 10c December, 12 14c;
January, 12.12c; March, 12.1o; Mar. 12.17o.
Spot closed quiet. 20 points higher; mid
dling uplands, 12.65c; middling gulf, 12.90c;
GALVKSTON, Tex, July 10.-COTTON-
ST. LOl'IS. July 20.-COTTON Un
changed; 12c; sales, none; receipts, 132
bales; shipments, 108 bales; slock, 22,421
141 Hand Mlnaa
Cbapeka A Okie.. 81 Reading
Chtoege ul W 1 Eoutbera Hallway
C , U. a 81. r lu o pfd
14 Southern Paclfio
44 I'nlaa Paclfio ..
17 do pfd
rr u .a steel
64 de pld
13 do pit
164 Spanish 4a
61LVER Bar, atewdy, 2Jd per ounce.
MONEI-' per cent.
The rata ot discount in ths open market
for ahort bills Is 1 per cent; for three
months' bills, 10-l&al) per cent.
I), ft Rio O..
d Ut pfd...
4 Id pld ..
Local gecarltlee QaotatlaaB.
Quotation fare I shed by gaoal Bums, Jr., 414
Naw fork Ufa building, Omaha
Alma. Neb., Municipal aa w
Cudahr Parking Co
Columbus, Neb., SMectrl Light 6s 1416
Kansaa Cltr Rr. 6a 1411
Lincoln Tract It n 6a 143 ,
Nebraska T A P 4 1MI
Nabaaaka Tlpha gtack t
Oasaka Oaa ta 111
Osaaka Kiaa. U ft P. ta 1431
Oiaaka A 0. aV at. Rj. 6a 114
Ossaka 43. 6V SC kr se IM
OiaaAa a t If. Bit 4
Usaaka A C. Is. Bu Br. eom.
tattl ft O. S. , Rjr A H. pld 4..
UU WeaW Ce. 6 144
Cnaeka g. i7 f . Sg. c. ft
Beaia saaha Sewee 4a Itia ,
?ii Cltr Sicca Yard pfd 4
rl-tlet Land. Scotia' Blufl
tulen Clock Tarda, Oauha, t
Wrigkt A Wllke.mr I pld
Parelgra tvtaaaelal. '
LONDON. July 20. Money was In quiet
demand and In plentiful aupply on the
market today and dlacounia were easy.
The bank of F.ngland prot.ably will g,-t
the remainder of tha 83.0u0 Ouo In gold avail
able yesterday, a ponton of which waa ae-
NEW TORK. July 20. METALS The
London tin market was 7s 6d lower today,
with spot quoted at 131 12s 6d. and fu
tures at 133 2s 6d. The local market was
quiet but a shade lower, with spot quoted
at S28.90ta29.10. Copper waa lower In the
London market with spot quoted at tbs
CATTL10 Recelnts 0 cattle this morning
were quite liberal for a Tutieday, 168 cars
being reported In, as against 163 cars One
week ago and 138 cars two weeks ago.
The reeelpts consisted largely of oornfed
steeers, w-tth a liberal sprinkling 01 west
ern and a fair showing of cow stuff.
Conditions were generally against the,
selling Interests this morning, with tha re
sult UiAt outside of the very best handy
weight beeves, tha market waa generally
100 lower and tha movement waa rather
slow At the decline. Western beef steers
wera especially weak and they wer pretty
olosa to 25o lower than a week ago.
Outside of tha Very best cows and heif
ers, tha market was 10 lower. A bunoh
of sand hill heifers sold up to tS 00, the
same price aa was paid for them last week.
Tha feeling on the better grades of
Blocker And feeders was stronger, there
being a pretty good demand for tha law
loada on sale.
Quotations on caltle: Good to choice
cornfed steers, SO 75S7.00; fair to good corn
fed steers, SH.40fl.75; common to fair corn
fed steers, S5.26IH40; good to choice year
lings. 80 6O87.OO; good to choice range
beeves, S5 00ifj6 60; fair to good range beeves,
S4 6030.00; common to fair range beeves.
83 754 50; good to choice cowb and helfera,
84 7Mi6.7S; fair to good cows and hetfers,
S8.50tJ4.7S; common to fair cows and halters,
81 7503.60; good to choice stockers and
feeders. 84 000. 26; fair to good mockers
and feedgrs. 8S.7&84.00; common to fair
stookers and feeders. 83.00S.7j; loc)t half
era. SJ.263.66; veal calves, 03.50.50; bull,
Stags, etc, S 0006.00.
Ar. P. No. At. pt.
liol 0 40 . , 61 ....list 4 45
tW 1 JO 47 l
Kansaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, . July 20 CATTLE Re
ceipts. .Li. 000 heud, Including 2.000 head
southeraa;:. market steady to 10c lower;
top. 07.26; eholc export ana dressed beef
steers, St.404i7.2i; fair to good 34 Soft. 25;
western steers. 04.2fii4i.4O; stockers and
feeders, S3.30ig5.30; southern steers, 83.600)
5.70; southern cows, 02.7604.50; native cows,
822534.75; native heifers, 03.407.25; bulls,
0J.9(H4.0O; calves, 04.05(7.25.
HOUS Receipts, 10.000 head; market
steady to 6c lower; top 0S.O6; bulk of sales.
07.H3-f8.OO; heavy, 07.9T.&S.O6; packers and
Dutciiera, . st.T6j.o; ngut, t'.wtrf.vo; pigs,
KHEEP AND LAMBS ReoeHpta, T.000
head; market steady to weak; iambs, 80 60
fcf.T.1; yearlings, 84.604390: wethers, 84 ootf
6.40; ewes, 01. bout. 00; stockers and feeders,
St. I.onla Live Stork Market.
ST. LOTIS, Mo July 20. CATTLE Re
ceipts 9.600 head. Including. t.SOO TexanS;
market 100 to 25c lower; native shipping
and export steers, S420'fJ7.1O; dressed beef
ana outcner steers. 6.u'g.z; steers unuer
1,000 pounds, 04.406.76; shockers and feed
ers. 83.2534. ; cows and heifers. WSOCu.W);
oners, 82 (W2.50: bulls. S3.tuo.OO; calves,
86. 50'aS.OO; Texas and Indian steers, 03.60'n;
0.10; cows and heifers, 2.60MH9.
HOGS Receipts, 7.900 head; market
steady; pigs and rights. 05.7.VaT8.OO: packers.
07.908.10; butchers and best heavy, 08.16
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.700
bead; market for sheep strong; lambs, 6u
ower; native muttons, iiya.n: lamns.
0ti.OOS-7.9O; mils and bucks, $2.. 005. 00;
St. Josepk Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 20. CATTLE
Receipts. 3.600 head; market steady to 10c
lower; steers, 84.5043700; cows and heifers,
S2.6OfiS.60; calves, S.5O!?7.50.
HOGS Receipts, 9.000 head; market
steady; top, S8 00; bulk of sales, 87.75'ti7.90.
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts. 600
head; market steady; lambs, 06.501.00.
points lower Sr.'.os wrr- reported of l'.Oif
haga, Incl'.utlnK Jul. 7(.c. Se;tenil'r. 6 '
li '...J ; 1'iMinl.fi, 0 t.a4"r; March, 0.4l,
6 4T.c: May. 5 4f 11S for. 8tof rrsrket. quiet
No. 7 Kio. 7Sr; No. I Santos, 9o; mild,
iulet; Cordova, 9t ,4.1 12c.
OMAItt tlKNFHM, MlBKKTI,
Staple and Fancy 1'rodoce Trices Fir.
nlahrd by lloyera and Wholesatcre.
BVTTKR Creamery. No. 1 delivered to
the retail trade In l ib. cartons. 27c; No.
V, In t-lb. tuts. 2".tTr; No. 8 In 1 lb. car
Ions. -.0, In 60-lb. tuba. 4o; packing stock,
19c; fancy dairy, tubs. 21 n-Jc; common
ill, fresh made. llfjlSliC. .Market changes
KilClS - Krenh selling stock, candled, 8O0.
No stoiage stock In Omaha market.
CHKLSIO Finest Wisconsin full cream,
twins. 15c; Young Americas, 4 in hoop,
16c; favorite. S in hoop, ltc; daisies, i) In
noon. K.'c: cream brick, full case, 1,'c;
Hock iSviifS. i:.c; full crtKui limbuigt'r, lc.
rul'l-TltV- Hrolleis, lfto; alive, springs,
lSc; hens, 11c; ceoks, 9c; ducks, loc;
geesf, 60; turkeys. lic; pigeons, per dos.,
bic; guinea fowls, per dog., if eituabs,
per dos, 02. Ureyscd hens, lie; springs,
iStf-'Oc; cocks, 6Vc; ducks, 11c; geeee, HVc;
Klr.tl-Kresh caught, almost all Are
dressed: Halibut, c; buffalo, 9c; trout,
12c; bullheads, 14c; catfish, 17c; crapples,
sunflsli, 6uc; black bsss, 2ih-; whlteffsli,
13c; pike, 12c; salmon, 14c; pickerel, loo;
frog legs. 800. f resh frosen: hltsflsh. No.
1, 10c; round, 9c; plskorel, dressed and
headless, To, round, tc; pike, dressed, lOo;
round, 9c; red snapper, 12c; Spanish niaok
erol, 19c; native mackerel, 860 each.
MEAT CUTS No. 1 ribs. 160( No. I
ribs, 13c; No. 8 ribs, 9u; No. 1 loin, 17a;
No. 2 loin. 14c; No. 3 loin, 10lic; No. 1 .
chuck, Vc; No. 2 chuck, 6o; No. 8
chuck, 4o; No. 1 round, 10c; No. 0 round,
94c; No. 8 round, 9o; No. 1 plats, 6o;
No 2 plate, 6c: No. 8 plate, 4Vc
FRESH FRl 1TB Florida pineapples, ls
to 4hs, 02.75 per' crate; grape fruits, 86 size,
per box, 86; 46 sue, 06.60; 84 aise, 06; ba
nanas, fancy select, 81.1o43.00, ,
CITRUS FRUITS Lemons, 03.6O7j4.6O,
oranges, 02 75'4)4.00.
VEGETABLES Kansas sweet potatoes,
02.75 per bbl. celery. Michigan, 860 bunch;
smaller, 6U0. Cabbage, borne grown, lVu
per lb. Wisconsin Red Globe onions, is
per lb. California cauliflower, 33.00 per
crate. Tomatoes, Tennessee, t baskets, kbtf
rvo; crste, 04.00. Lettuce, per dos., 80c. Par
snips, turnips, carrots, 16c per dosen, Flor
ida new beets, carrots, parsnips, turnips,
etc, per doi 76o.
POTA'fuh.S New. 01.20 bu.
HIDES No. 1 groen, 10c;No. 1 cured, 11c,
Oils and Mosln.
NEW TORK, July 20 OILS Cottonseed
oil, firm; prime crude, nominal; prime yel
low, 0i).6Ottt).6O; September, S5.675.oa; Pe
troleum, rarely steady; refined, New i'ork,
04.26: Philadelphia and Haltlmore, 820;
Phlladelpliia and Baltimore, In bulk, 04.70
Turpentine, quiet, 49c.
KuSIN Flmi; strained, common to good
01L CITT, July 20. OIL Credit balances,
01. 6S. Runs 211.ub8 barrels; average 140,73.'.
Shipments 334,241 : average 198,038. .
SAVANNAH. July 20. TURPENTINE
KOSl. Firm, B. 03.Ov33.O6; D., 0316JI
8.28; E. 23tVli3 70; F., 03.7tVuA8; G., 03.80
SHf.; 11., H.Otn.4.20; 1., S4.3O-a-4.40; K., 00.00
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STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
4 IS7 104 18. i til 4 00
14 t'.O I 60 16 141 4 Ot
10 617 I 66 lilt 4 in
8 110 I 71 t ttt 4 40
18 cows 945 8 60 7 calves... 22 0 fln
0 cowa 9a8 2 00 4 cows m i 70
IS cows,.... 963 2 95 25 cows 926 8 70
109 steers. ..1234 6 20 87 steers.. ..lli0 4 'K
H. C. Herleln Neb.
40 feeders.. 102 4 TS 4 feeders. .1092 4 00
S steers.... 93 S 75
HOUS Choice light shipping grades sold
early this morning at prices that wera
lis 3d, and futures at 69 6s. The local steady to 60 higher. The general market.
market waa steady, with Lake quoted at however, waa at no time better than eieauy
013.268 13.3; V, electrolytic at 012.75iijci2.t7H,
ana casting at 012 6jui3.75. Lead was
lower at 12 12s tid In London, but re
mained quiet at 04.3Ot(j4.3i In the local
market. Spelter waa unchanged at 22 In
London, and at S53.Vg5.40 in the local mar
ket. The English Iron market was a shade
higher at 4sa Wd for Cleveland warrants.
The local market waa steady to firm. No.
1 foundry northern, 017.2017.45; No. 1
018. 76(617.00; No. 1 northern and No. 1 south
ern, sort, tl.7b8 17.26.
ST. LOUIS. July SO. METALS Lead,
firm. 84.2ua4.iJ. Spelter, higher, 05.27VB.
Philadelphia Provision Market.
PHILADELPHIA, July S0.-BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, 2So;
nearby prima, Sue.
KGtlS-Firm; nearby firsts, free cases,
23Hc, at mark; current .receipts, In return
able casus, 21 Wc, at mark; western firsts,
23Vc, current receipts, free cases, 20j22c.
CHEESE Firm; New Yora, full cream,
choice, 14iel4V; ''r to good, 12Vi$14o.
Llverweol Ural a Market.
LIVERPOOL. July SO.-WHKAT-Spot.
No, 2 red western winter, nominal: futurea.
H'llel; July, 9s fd; September, 8a Ad,
December, 8a 4Ta.
CORN Spot. steady, ' new American
mixed, via (Jalveston, fa 2d; futures, dull
aepieuiver, la d, uoiODae, M MttO.
Packers wsre a a rule bearish right from
the outset, and after shippers had selected
what they could use, the market became
very dull, closing weak to 6c lower. A good
many of the hogs sold at 87.70317.90, and 00
up as high aa 07.90. It will be noted that
ll4jht hoga of good quality are steadily
woralng upward, narrowing the range be
tween the best light and the best heavy
Thus today choice light hogs sold In the
same notch as heavy hogs. While the
market closed dull, practically everything
was cleaned up before 11 o'clock In ths
N. at. Bh. Pr. No.
61 1M ... 1 40 K.
171 40 T 40 T4
Slonx City Live Stock Market.
8IOUX CITT, la , July 20. Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 1,200; market
weak; beeves, $6.007.00; fat cows, 34.0O?f
8.00; grass cows, 8:1.2(14.60; feeders, tt.Ou
4.5(1; yearlings, 8.0u&4.00.
HOGS Receipts. 2,200: market steady;
range of prices, 07.507.86; bulk ot rales,
Stock In Slg-ht.
Receipts at the six principal western
markets yesterday were:
Ingar and Mollaaaea.
NEW TORK. July 20. SUGAR Raw,
steady; fair refining, 8.46a; centrifugal, 98
test, 8.96a; molasses sugar, 8 30c. Refined,
steady; No. 0, 4.36c; No. 7, 4 S0o; NO. 0. 4.35c;
No. 9. 4.20c; No. 10, 4.16c; No. 11, 4.10o No.
12, 4U6o; No. 13. 4.00o; No. 14, 4.00c; con
fectioners, A, 4 65; mould A, 6.20c; cut lonf.
6.ufc; crushed, 6.6bc; powdered, 6.25c; granu
lated, t.bfco; cubes, 6.10c.
MOLASSES julet; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 242c,
Dry Goods Market.
NEW TORK, July 20. DRY OOODS-Tha
dry goods markets are moving along In a
moderately active way. Staple prints Are
having a good sale In domestic and for.
elgn markets. Yarns are firm and moder
ately aotlve. Foreign lines of men's wear
are having a better sale than usual. Fancy
lines of domestic men's wear are being
shown for spring. Cotton goods generally
ara firm, but In moderate demand.
St. Joseph ....
Sioux City ...
Kansaa City ,
fit. Louis .....
Mllwaakee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, July 20. WHEAT-No.
1 northern, 01.853137; No. .northern, 01.33
1.34; September, 01.11V.,
BARLEY Samples, 087Oc. -
MISSOURI FARMERS HARD HIT
Flood In Mlsaouri Valley Likely to
Destroy One-Tenth of tha
' 1 " Crop.
How serious 'the effect of tha flood Is
upon Missouri agriculture Is indicated when
the extent of the aoreaga of tha Missouri
river bottom land Is considered. This land
called "bottom land," is In two general
divixlons, first and seconds bottoms. The
first bottom Is tha nearest to the river,
and the lowest The second bottom Is In
some Instances several miles from tha
river and always higher. The first bottom
has been practically all overflowed from
the Iowa Una through to tha Mississippi
river. In some cases even the second bot-
.42,100 45,900 37,200
Toledo lrd Market.
TOLEDO, O., July SO.-SBErv-Clover,
oash. 60; October, 07 01; December,
07 02; March, 07.19; November. t0o; re
jected. 06 15; no established grade, 05 15.
TIMOTHY Prime, 02 00.
ALS1KE Prime, 07 90: August, 08.20,
Dalnlh Orala Market.
DULITH. Minn.. July 20 WHEAT
July,- 0131; September. 01 lt; No, 1
northern.- it. ; No, 8 northern, 01. AL
40 T 70
U IW 1 70
184 ... 7 70
111 '.4(1 1 1
11 4 7 T
14 60 7 7 V,
. auu 1 iv
HI ... T 7
141 ... 7 70
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M T TO
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40 1 7a
4 t TO
4J ttt 4 t TO
tl Ifi u J1
H........m 44 T 7ia
11 94 40 t r4
At. Bk. Pr.
. ... 184 60 7 75
....111 40 1 75
....:t 1 1 71
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.871 110 1 74
'....846 40 1 15
.114 40 I 76
BOSTON, July 20 WOOL The ' quiet
usually resulting from the hot Weather Is
noticeable in most quarters of the wool
market. Prices are firm, but no higher
than a week ago. The leading domestic
quotations are as follows: Domestic wools.
Pennsylvania fleeces; XX, S.V36c; X, 33(3
840; No. 1 washed, 4IKx41c; No. 2 washed.
40ifi41c; fine unwashed, 27h;2xc; half blood
combing, 36c; three-eighths blood comb
ing, 86c; quarter blood combing, 84ft36c;
Detains washed, 89ift4lc; Delaine unwashed,
Soft 320. Michigan, Wisconsin. New York
fleeces: Fine unwashed, 2Wf26c; Dels me
unwashed, 81&32c; half blood unwashed,
25tj36c; three-eighth blood unwashed, 84-&;
85c; quarter blood, 33?.34o. Kentucky, In
diana and Missouri:.- Three-eighths blood,
34'i35c; quarter blood, 32,y33c. Georgia, 31
iS32c. Georgia, 31tfi32c. Scoured values:
Texas fine 12-monlhs, 72730; fine six to
eight months, OCijifixo: fine fall, 6xoik
California: Northern, 66fi'fi7c; middle
county, 63Q65c; fall free. 60i(52c Oregon:
No. 1 staple, 72&73: eastern clothing. f?5
68c; Valley No. I. 67i5Sc. Territory, fine
staple. 75U7Sc; fine medium staple, 67tfj72c;
fine clothing. CSf-i'Oc-, fine medium. AofjfiSo;
half blood. 67ti(.'ic; three-eights blood. 67
sxc; quarter blood. 66(i768o; pulled extra,
70t74c: fine, 6'to66c;A-supers 66'42e.
LONDON, July 20. WOOL The fourth
series ot wool auctions closed today with
small - attendance. The offerings, which
numbered 14 6M bales, Included niany lots
of pood tiuallty, particularly scoureds. The
latter were In animated demand at firm
prices. Poor gradee were quiet. Today's
sales follow: New South Wales. l.SoO bales;
scoured. Sdtfils 9d; greasy 5V41'7ls 4.1
Queensland, 5o0 bales; scoured. Is jdljls
d. Victoria, 600 bales; scoured, Is 2d
ifils5tyd. New Zealand, 9.9H0 bales;
scoured. SHdiirls 9d. Cape of Good Hope
and Natal, I00 bales: scoured, lldrtle
6d: greasy, 6Wkd Puntg Arenas, 10)
bales; greasy, 64til014d. The acles com
menced with some hexitatlnn, pitt'S being
unchanged to 6 per cent lower. Later more
confident buying estahllahed a firmer basis
of values, and offerlng-s were quickly
cleared, with the exception of fgultles.
which were bard to sell. Compared with
the Mav sales irood merinos and croes
breds closed today unchanged, while In
ferior and heavy sorts showed a loss of
6 to 7H per cent. Can of Oood Hope end
Nntal also declined 5 per cent. Fine cross-
breds suitable for America were often 6
rer cent dearer. Diirintr the sales home
traders bought 75 OHO bains; Continental
bovers. and continental. 4 SnO.
ST Lf 1 IS. Julv 20. WOO 1 Stead v:
medium grades, combing and clothing. i:H
2xc; light fine. 20rti26Hc; heexvy fine, 13
buyers, 5,200, and others. 4.6s).
8.700 6.S(W 6,0"0
8,600 8 0U0 00
. 1.2o0 2,200
0 Ism S olS 'i Sitom land has been -damaged. About one-
12.000 13,000 lO.OtX) lr"wl ul "'"v.
age ox oiiseouri is aneoieu oy uie over
flow. Twenty-four out of tha 114 counties In
Missouri have Buffered from tha Missouri
river flood Atchison Holt, Andrew, Buch
anan,' Platte, Clay,' Jackson, Ray, La
fayette, Carroll, fiallpe, Chariton, Howard,
Cooper, Boone, Cole, Callaway, Oaage,
Montgomery, Gasconade, Warren, Franklin,
St. Charles and St. Louis. In addition,
practically all the counties of tha north
west, from Randolph to the Iowa and Kan
sas line, several soifthwest counties, and
counties along the Mississippi river navo
been damaged by floods from local streams
or tha MlksiMslppl river.
Tha counties have not suffered equally,
because the bottom land varies In extent
of acreage and height above tha streams.
Carroll, Charlton, Callaway, Boona and
Howard, . In central Missouri, ara among
tha chief sufferers. Tha damage la the
more serious because in much of the ter
ritory tha flood of laat year prevsnted
crops from being grown.
Farmers along the vartoug streams, and
particularly those who own and cultivate
the Missouri river bottom lands, ara ask
ing anxiously what will tha state and
nation do about It. It ia Impossible they
say, for Individuals or localities to afford
protection against tha encroachment of
the river. It Is Impossible for farmers
to protect their own farms. Unless the
United States government or tha state of
Missouri, In conjunction with other states
affected, confines tha river to tha channel,
or at least within Ita banks, a 'more fre
quent recurrence of tha flood damage may
be looked for. They point out that Euro
pean countries have canalised streams no
mora difficult to control and canalise than
the Missouri river, making of them ave
nues of commerce.
tu T 76
... 1 77V,
60 1 7-It
110 7 77
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330 1 77V,
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1st ie t r:v
lib 140 t 71
W0 40 T fit
118 140 T 71
. IW I II
4 1 71
....lit H 111
....334 140 t 74
....11 ... t 71
....I I 60 t 74
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140 140 1 10
14 M IN
..0 1 90
.131 two t to
..lit 40 T M
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.,114 149 1 40
t0 7 44
to T 46.
M W IN
NEW YORK. Julv 20-COFFFE-Futures
closed barely steady; net unchanged to 15
The Missouri river, on the other hand.
Is permitted to remain unimproved, un
utilized for transportation, and a constant
menace to life and property. They assert
that the amount of tha loaa of tha pres
ent year from the high water of the
Missouri river would ba sufficient to put
'.he river In condition where such flood
damage would not again occur. Con
servation, utilisation, transportation and
education are pointed out as needed in the
consideration of the Missouri river prob
lem in the Immediate future. St, Louis
Olobe Democrat. . .
There Are No Taxes on
Street Railway Preferred
The interest is payable quarterly. The earn
ings of the company are large. The invest
ment is conservative. To net about 6 per cent.
SAMUEL BURNS, JR., 614 New York Life Bldg.
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