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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4. 1PM.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
yHeary Selling; by Large Firms Again
DECLINE LOWER THAN EXPECT ID
resse bu Oat United,
ansda. d.Tiw 1 4"O.Ono bu i
leading increases and decreaee re-i
parted this week follow: Increases: CM-
. private elevators. 1 260.nfei bn i St. '
Joseph, ism hu.; Louisville. 970ns bu. ;!
Wuln.-v, M. hu.. Nashville. r.7.fT0 bn. ; I
Lincoln, outside fljvitnm. MOW) bn l'c-1
t teases: Manitoba. Ki (DM bu. ; I'reacoti, j
112 i") hu.; ooderlrh. 74.000 bu
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Stock Market Demonstrate. Force in
n;H., .r.-rlinnoN pacific is sold high
Tnilrn ew Place Mailt How H array, the Prophet rredlets Cwr RninpllM of Market la London
Low rrtres Mill Drof with
Xathlag to Paatala
OMAHA. Aug 3. IMP.
Heavy sell.ng by the Isrgest longs
(in lowers wn'ii prices.
Thr Is nothing upon which the bulls
can atart new buying and the continued
heavy tilling on favorable reports In the
northweet brought further losses. Tho ds
ellne haa reached to a much greater ex
tent than most trader had estimated ar.d
now there la no limit placed
Atmnaplifrf for Witf
OMAHA. Aug. S. 1909.
Showers occurred within the laat twenty
four hour In the lower Rocky mountain
district, and esst nvr the upper Mlaaourl
and upper Mississippi valleys. Tha rains
were moderstelv heavy over the eastern
portion of Nehrssks. hut were generally
light an'1 scsttered over the western por
tion. Showers continue thla morning In
the southwest. .i"d sre scattered over the
tipper valleys. Tha weather la generally
fair throughout the east, except that rain
If reported In the south Atlantic states.
Warm weather was general over tha cen
trHl valleva Monday, but an area of high
pressure, accompanied by cooler weather
Corn was heavy and weak with what h mov,'1r slwprri over the mountain,
and rash valuea suffered under heavy re
cetpta from rountry shipper.
Wheat waa sold off heavily today by the
largest longa and valuea that have taken
heavy declines ware again steadily lowered
Tha market la not being bought while
prospects for the new spring wheat crop
Is so favorable. There see tin to be nothing
to sustain valura.
Torn valuea slumped with wheat and the
heavy offerings front country shipper took
the gimp out of the market: wnlch n not
well supported Cash values wore lower,
the decline was gu:ck owing to the slack
v Primary wheat receipt were 1.140 000 bu.
land ahlpmenta were 91000 bu., against re
Script last year of 1.112.000 bu. and shlp
ments of MO ono bu
Corn receipts were 60, oof) bu. and ahlp
menta were 269.0O) bu., against recclpis
last year of 411,000 bu. and shipments of
tlesrancee were 67 ov) hu of corn. 160. W
bu. of oata and wheat and flour equal to
m ono bu.
Liverpool closed 4y?4d lower on wheat
nd 4d lower on corn
Lapcal range of options:
Articles ! Open. High. I Iw. 1 Close.i Yes'y.
and this high will cause cooler In thl
vicinity tonight, with fair tonight and Wed
nesday. Reco.d of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
I the last three) years:
l.ms. W. I907. 190B.
Minimum temperature ... "7 75 6.
Precipitation M "0 .rfl
Normal temperature for today, 76 de
grees Deficiency ,ln precipitation since March
1, 4 of an inch
Excess corresponding period In 1903, .99 of ic a crisis of 1W7,
Caaees Many Vales of Storka
Which Have Advanced
Since It Closed.
NEW YORK. Aug 3.-The tock market
demonstrated Its force In overcoming oo
staclea again today. The chief obstacle is
the pressure of stocks on the market to
realize ptoflts accrued. In the case of
stocka, which have risen higher than ever
before. It means that any one wno nap
ever purchased the stock can sell It now
at a profit. .
Union Pacific and both the fnlted States
Steel stocks sold sgain at new high rec
ords today, and Central Railroad of New
Jersev also rose through the 300 mark to
new iatitudes. In the case of some of the
conspicuous railroad stocks the previous
high price In times past were Inclusive or
valuable privileges and extra distributions
which have since come off to the prejudice
of the comparison with the new prices
This is notably the case with the present
prices, which were lifted to extraordinary
figures by the according of valuable sub
tcrlptlon rights to new stock, in the scram
ble to secure new capital, which preceeded
the exhaustion which led up to in jinan-
KjaflfW; silver dollars of 1K) l4 1on; silver
certificates outstanding. 4K7,'Wb.(XiO.
Standard silver dollars In genet at fund
$l.oTjJ4. current liabilities. .521.24.
working balance In treasury offices. Ilfi.
TJ.JM: in batiks In credit of tressurer of
ihe I'nlted states. IU.M4 ; subsidiary sil
ver coin. fJMtT.ltt: minor -oin. $-' 4.' 1 .
total balance In general fund. I107.6J0.110.
.ew lurk Moaeg Market.
NEW YORK. Aug t MONK Y On call,
easy; IVtili pef cent; ruling rate. V per
cent: closing bid. IS per cent; offered at
IMF. LOAN'S Very strong: slaty dava.
fv rer cent; ninety days. J'rtfl per cent;
six months, SJi 4 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE rAFER-S1H
8TERLINH KXCHANOE Steady, with
actual business In bankers bills at 14 M40
thMh tor slxtv-dav bills, and at 4 B for
demand Commercial bills. 4 Mfi4.S6H
SILVER Rar, r.lc; Mexican dollars. 44c.
Hi .N DS Government, easy; railroads. Ir
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Desirable Killing Catte Ten Cents
Higher, Feeders Steady.
HOGS CONTnniE ON UP GRADE
...ft IM M 5 4 1 t ?',
M r . M ' ft ' n ' W
M 4 e Ik) le ) J H
as ..... fM lio T s . . .i'., : ,
:i US V J I2 H .... ' I1 J
,M tl 0 . it .. . I 1 V.
u 307 44 t .W 4 ''' t '.'i
M W .. la M .. . JMt .)!.
Liberal Becelgta of Sneen and Lambs,
wltfc Trade alow to Ten Centa
Lower feeding Lamba
SOVTH OMAHA. Neb.. Aug S.
Receipts were Cattle, riogs Sheep
Official Mondav .
Two days this week
Deficiency corresponding period In 190B.
4 95 Inches. L. A. WELSH.
Corn nnd Wheat Region Balletln.
For Omaha. Neb., for the twenty-four
houra ending at 8 a. m.. 75th meridian
time, Tuesday, August S. 1!09:
Statlons Max. Mln. fall
Ashland. Neb 90 . -.7
Wheat I I I I
Sept... IX!S .;4; nr,m asm tn,
tec.... 94 W 93s; 93' 4
Corn i 1 ' i l
riept... r,' 2', ttV 27s 2'
Dec.... 614' ol'f! SO 1 WV 614
Oata ' I 1 I
Kept. ,. 34t,' J4V 3.1V MT M1
Dec.... 34V 314 34' 3441 44
t'arlot llt -ys.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 4411 139 132
Omaha 41 154 9
Anhnrn Neb "
Frnken Row. Neb. 91
Columbus. Neb... 9?
Culbertson. Neb. 100
Falrbury. Neb ... 91
Fairmont. Neb... 91
Or. Island. Neb . 92
Martlngton. Neb. 90
Hastlnga. Neb ... 93
Holdrege, Neb... 94
Oakdale. Neb.... J
Omaha. Neb S
Tekamah. Neb... 90
CHICAGO 4ihAl AWD FHOViaiONS
Peatarea of the Trading and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Aug. J Further assurances
from tho northwest that Ihe spring-sown
crop of wheat Is now practically beyond
the possibility of Injury by black rust
esnseii frexh mIuiiid in wheat today,
final quotatlone showing losses of 14c to
l'c. compared with yesterday. Coarse
grain and provisions also closed weak.
The market waa weak the entire session,
with Ihe exception of a brief period at
the opening, when moderate firmness was
manlfent because of the comparative
strength at Liverpool, where prlcea were
4d to Sd higher, despite the decline here
the previous day. Kevere decline at Min
neapolls winter wheat breaking 54c
added emDhasIs to these advices. Heptem
her ranted between II. 01 , 1.014 and S1.044.
The close waa weak and only a trifle above
the lowest point, final figures on fcepiem
ber belna- at 11.021..
Heavy realizing aales caused a severe
slump In corn, the losses at the bottom
rane-lna- between lVo and lHc The selling
was Inspired by the favorable condition of
the new crop and by a break of lc to 14c
In cash arraln. The market closed weak,
at almost the bottom, with prices lffl-fcc
to lHffl1 below yesterday.
Free selling by local longa, together with
liberal sales by country houses, caused a
break of 4c to 4o In oats. Closing prices
were w.fiVe to c lower than yesterday.
The monthly statement of slocks of pro
visions In store here was much less bullish
than had been expected by many traders.
and. as a result of thla fact, there waa a
great deal of realising. Prices at the close
were 16&1T4C to &c lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcleg.t Open. High.! Low, Close.i Yea'y
Sept. t )ct.
No. of Temp Rain.
Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inches.
Chicago. Ill 2R M M .04
Columbus. 0 17 M 4 M
Dee Moines. la.... 14 93 M .OS
TndiHnapolls. Ind.. 12 90 as T
Kansas Cltv. Mo.. 21 92 T
Ioulavllle. Ky 1 M S .06
Minneapolis. Minn, t 90 M .22
Omaha. Neb 1 90 M .48
St. Louis, Mo 13 92 .00
I I I I I
I 1 041 1 0441 1 0141 1 0241 1 4
1 0I4 1 014 1 004i 1 04 1 0)K
1 (6 1 0641 1 0041 0341 1
I 20 4ft
I 1 50
I 1 !
I 10 95 I 10 95 I 10 90
I 11 30 I 11 3241 11 10
I 11 274; U 2741 11 05
, I I
10 95 I 10 95 10 SO
534! 64 156404
SM4 364l4 S74
Sioux City, la.,
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at S a. m. Not Included
An in.t,ni 'nnrtlon of the realising
sales which the market had to absorb to
day came from London. i he market re
sumed operations todsy arter a tnree-oayn
closed Interval, during which some of the
most striking sdvanres In prices have been
established here. The amount of these ad
vances seemed to look formidable to the
Londoners, and they sold at the high levels
of the opening quotation. The market
had become quite generally reactionary
during the midday session and It needed
tha fnro of the example of a concerted
advance in l-nlon Pacific and the two
I'nlted States Steel stocks to reassure sen
timent and bring about a steadier tone.
N'aas ama not much reearded during the
day, but received a uniformly favorable In
terpretation. Much was made In this way
of the grain crop advices. An advance
In the price of copper metal In Iortdon
corrected a weak point In the situation
and brought the copper lndustriala Into
line with the upward movement of prices.
Mondav market developments received
lttiij. attention nwim to the continued
plentiful supply of call loan runns. ine
rising tendency of time funds, however,
continues. A 4 per cent rate was paid
tnr i months' funds todnv. although
small .amounts loaned at that figure and
the amount offered at that rate was re
ported largely In excess of the demand.
Foreign exchange steadied today and
turned from Its recent downward course.
Reports were current of some large financ
ing In prospect by the New York Central,
Pennsylvania and Missouri Pacific, and
the effect of these requirements on the
money market are to be considered.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, per
value, 17,206.000. I'nlted States 4s registered
declined 4 per cent on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks today were as follows:
S.lei. Mlxn. ljrw i io.
closing quotations on bonds today re,gtma jay j weeks ago
Same day I weeks ago
V. 9. r.r. tl. rfg
I', t. i: re ....
I". S. 4, 11
Alli.-rnsl. let it
Am. 'Ag. 6a
l(V),lntsr. M. 4S
Int.r M M.rm. 4Vu T)S
10. "JIMS 4. 7
1'"'1 do 4VM t4i
l:K C. So. it li .. H
11S I. 8 dt. 4. 1M1.. W
t'tl. M unl. 4. 1"i
1l M . K. T. 1st 4. .1V4
Am. T A T. etr. 4.1"1H ! tn 4 ft
Am Tobacco 4. Mo. Pacific tn
Ill N. . P. of M 4 Hi W
Armour Civ 4V... N't N V. Ctntral ( m 2i
AtrhlMn ln. 4a :o:4 do deb. At I(V
do cr. 4 mi,-, x . . N. H. A H
do cv. b lit c
All.mlc - L. 1M 4. SSV. Norfolk A W. lat
B. A O. 4a 1094, con. 4a
do l'ta M do rv 4a
do 8. W. 3a ... ! ' No Pacific H
Prockltn T. cv. 4a . S74 do ,
Omral of Oa 5s.. .1"4 Or. 8 U. rfd 4a
central Leather 5. .1i Pnn. en. 8,1. 116
C. of N. J. s if... Ill do con. 4
(In A fXilo 4v,a. .lots Piarttnn sen 4a
do ref f Ki'.i. ft I.. s r. f 4a
'tilr-ago A. a. i do n. fm 1
C . B. A q Jt. 4a.. '8t U. 8. W. . 4a
do en. 4a ..toKv. do lat aold 4a ..
M A 81 P tva lS 8ea hoard A. L. 4a
C R I. A P. c. 4a tli. 8o. Pacific col. 4a
do col. fta 91 do cv. 4a
do rfa u tt do :n ref. 4a...
role Ind. it ..: 94 Ralloar Is ll4
Cole. Midland 4s .... H4 do gen 44
Colo. A Southern rf. l'nlon Paciflo 4a om
and en. 4v.a tH do c. Ill
Dal. Hudaon ct. 4s.1"a do lat and ref. 4a KS
D. A R. O. 4a 7Hl'- 8 Riibbar la 101
do ref la MS I 8 Steel id la.... in
niatlllera Is.... " V -rare. (hem. la. Mt4
Krle prior lien 4a !4WatMUih lat la 111
do gen. 4a an tai and ett. 4a 7
6.3i If 73 10.131
1 POO .M0 RIOO
7.9 6.071 JO.S;1.!
S.9so ii.2ia io.;;5
7.9H2 9019 11.2"6
Bkk 10ftl5 11..H7I
i Same day 4 weeks ago.... 4419 11.74 5.375
Same dav last year ll.ica u.t
The follow In table shows the receipts
of cattle, hoga and sheep at South Omaha
ror the year to date, comparea wun ia
1909. 1908. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 51.0 492.S24 t5.2 .. ....
Hogs 1.68.510 1. RTu.nt 11S'W'3
hep 771. 29S 7i. 8V i.on
The following teble shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
the fluctuations In the tsw eit,n market
The ectlvilj In Ihe ut chase if mens wear
Oil. and Mo. la.
NFW YORK. Aug 3 - ) LS - Petroleum,
slesdv, n fined. New York. I . riilladel-
?hla and HaUimm c. .v; Philadelphia and
laltlttvtre. In hulk. t 70 Cottonseed oil,
weak: prime crude, nominal; prime yel
low If. I.ViiS e. Set-It nihei . r. 3i.. ,V.; el
low. $." !Kii.'. i;4. .September. .4:' !(. 43.
OIL CITY. Acg 3 --OILS Cr,-dlt bal
ances 11 ,",V tuns August 1 40.430 bbls ;
was well along In the morning beio.e shipments. August J. l4 40. bbls : average.
anything of consequence nad vnar.gtd ' i.-v. i'i"s
9HEEP-The earlv trade was featured by
the tardy disposition of buying is.ent t.
fill their orders Heavy rece.pts. of course,
were In a measure responsible for the ap
parently slack demand, and the la.e ar-,
rival of several cara had a tendency lo
give a slower aspect to the general tnsrKei
ROSIN-Firm: H ta'OnS IO; D. MIMlir;
F.. l3f06.1V.; F. t.7(VJ3 75; O. 3 7517 3 9i. H.
d ct. 4s, aertie A 97 Western Md.
do ct. 4s, serlca B 74 Waat. Rise, cv
Gen. glectrlo ct la 164 Wla. Central 4a.
Ill Central lat ref. 4a i4
Date. I 1909. !90B.;i07. 1908.. l'6. 1904.; 190
Aug. I .
7 5741 5; S 92) I!, j 4 941 I 25
7 674, 211 M. B5; "l !
I 6 24 8 95 62, 6 hj i 04 5 a
T 0. i 8 99 f0! 6 90 6 11
7 414; ISi 8 971 441 6 69: 111 4 96
7 94 07' 46, 5 61; 6 19, 4 W
J 27 I 4 14' 6 04 I 6 50, 5 Hi 4 O.i
7 40 I 24( 6 0 37 1 1 6 0S 6 O
T 444 6 41, ft 01 32, 6 5S I t OJ
6 44. t 92 15 5 9i 4 9M 4
7 44I I 8 91 6 11 5 7 4 92
7 5441 S3! 6 95, 231 6 62, 4 94! 4 99
The bulk of supplies did not differ ven
much from yesterday assortment, praa
I 1 1 . . t-.nil.ln. trtrrtym fntni a n
and northwestern ranaes Oulle a few cars M0: I. 14 .Vfil f . S.'. 10, M
of lambs, moatlv feeding stock, weie In- i ": "O. WW. loW.
eluded In today's run, but young feeding. nia-T, Market
stock, as well ss butcher stutf, si.ow.-d1 Philadelphia Prodare Market,
verv poor action. Naturgllv. the trend of PHILADELPHIA. Aug I.-R1TTF.R-valiiea
was lower, w ith the easier feeling J Steady; extra western creamery, 29'4C;
more especially noticeable In but. her sheep nearby prints, 30c.
Karly trades Indicated a steady tj 10 1 KGilS-lo higher: Pennslvanla and
lower market, but owing to the slugg s 1 : other nesrbv prints, firsts, free esses. J5
movement. It was late before enougn sne.'p;at mark; current receipta. in teturnaoi
had been sold to reflect the actual con-j cases. 23c st msrk; western firsts, free
dltlon of the trsde. Wyoming wether cases. 25c. st mark; current receipts, free
brought 14 4a4 "ti at the opening and reca- esses, :2a -4c. at mark.
Showers occurred In the last twenty-four
hours In all portions of the corn and wheat
region except the St. Iouls district, being
moderately heavy In the Omaha and Mlnne
spoils districts. Warmer weather prevailed
throughout the corn belt Monday, but the
weather la cooler west of the Missouri river
thla morning. L. A. WELSH.
iOcal Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
20 55 I 20 40
16 50 I 16 SO
11 15 I
10 8 I 11 00
10 6741 10 674! 10 4741 10 6241 W 624
Cash quotationa were as follows:
FLOCK Kasy; winter patents, SS.wTJ
ft 40; straights. 8-VOOfi 25; spring patents
Sorm.JO; stralghfa. S4.K0U5.s5; bakera, 83.50
RYK-No. 2. 76c. ,
BA HLKY Feed or mixing, 8ftff66c; fair
to choice malting. Mtj48c.
SEED Flax. No. 1 southwestern. S1S6;
No. 1 northwestern, I1 434tf 1.46; timothy,
.t.s0; .-lover. SU.50.
PRO ISIONk Mess pork, per bbl., S20.S74
t)50; lard, per 100 lbs. 811.174: ahort
ribs sides, (loose) $10. envjg 10.90; short clear
sides, thoxed) $11 601rll 624.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 119.000 bu. Primary receipts were
1 140 01)0 bu.. compared with 1.112.004 bu. the
corresponding day a year ago. The world's
visible supply of wheat, as ahown by
Brsdstreet e Increased 622.000 bu. Esti
mated receipts .or tomorrow: wheat. 194
care; corn. 107 cars; oata, 72 cars; hogs,
21 000 head.
Bi'TTKll -Kteady; creameries. 22436c;
V;nt.;s-Receipts. - 15.3TJ eases. Market
fittn: at ma'k. rases Included, H'ie; firsts,
22c: "time first g, 23e
)'HEV:SE-Strong: daisies. 154e: twins.
Itt.OH'-c: Young Americas, 1543164c; long
POTATOES Fi m' Oholce to fancy, 601S
63c; fair to good. &5.'di8c.
POCITRY Steady: turkeys, 14c; ohlck
. ens 134e: springs. lic.
1 VEAL Steady; to A-1h. welghte. 1
94c; ) to ftn-lb. weights. 994c; S3 to 110-lb.
weights. S'Blva. ,
St. I.oala Oenerat Market,
RT. LOUIS. Aug I WHEAT Iower;
track. No. 2 red cash. 81011107; No. 2
hard. $1 0661 114: September, $1004
I.OO4; December, $1004
CORN Lower; track. No. 2 cash. c;
September, 614 6 68 4c; December, 60 4
50Sc No. 2 white. 704714c.
OATS Lower; track. No. 3 caah, 37
S7i,c; September, 8S4c; December, So',c;
No I while. C.'c.
RTE Nominal at snc.
HEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
notations of the Dag Tarlssi
Com mod It lea.
NEW YORK. Aug. 3-FLOt'R-Recelpts.
30.000 bbls.; exports, 697 bbls. Barely steady,
with buyers holding off. Minnesota
patents. 86 0vg6.60; Minnesota bekers,
$6.355.65; winter patents. $5.7506.25;
winter straights, $,S.fcOff 5.76: Kansas
straights, $5.2.V3'5.S0; Rye flour, bare
ly steady, fair to good, $4.364.60;
choice to fancy, $465(34.90.
CORN MEAL Barely steady; fine white
and - yellow, Sl.6wSl.70; coarge, $1.551.60;
kiln dried. $3.75.
RYE Dull; No. 2 western, 83c, nominal,
f. o. b., New YorkC
BARLET Weak; feeding, $&370c; c t f.
WHEAT Receipta, 26,400 bu. Spot mar
ket. Irregular: No. 2 red. Ill, elevator:
No. 2 red. 81. 15. prompt, f. o. b., afloat;
.mi 1 nortnern iniiutn. old, Sl.414, nominal,
afloat. No. 2 hard winter, new, 81.144. f. o,
b., afloat. Apart from a brief opening ad
vance, wheat was generally weak and low
er today, liquidation being Induced by
increased crop estimates, better northwest
ern news and weakness In cash wheat. The
close was 414o net lower. September,
31.104(61.124; closed at 8111: December
closed at 81.094: May closed at 81.104.
CORN Receipts. 7.SO0 bu. ; exports. 67.006
du. Moot market, easy; no. 3, old, KOc,
nominal. In elevator; No. S. new, 614c win
ter shipment. The option market was
weak under liquidation of September, clos
Ing 14 to 14 net lower. September, 72
,2c; cloaca at 724c; December closed at
OATS Receipta. S8.07B bu.: exports. 160
hu.; Spot market, easy; mixed. 2332 lbs.
53c, nominal; natural white, 26732 lbs., 49
6ie; cupped white, 8404Z lbs., f4f0c
hay nrm ;iso. 1. S8.was.f.
Hldea Oulet; Bogota, 22023c: Central
PROVISION'S Reef, oulet: family. tl4.flo
Iff 14 60; mess, 811 OtVffll 50: beef hams. 824.000
zc.ou; packet, iiz.wiTiJ.go; city extra Indian
mess, 120.003.71 on. cut meats, steady; pic
kled bellies. 812.60tftl3 M: pickled hams. SIS.
50W12.75. Lard, weak; western. $H.66iffll.75;
refined, firm: continent, $11.90; South
American, $12 75; compound. $7 rWif? 75. Pork,
barely steady; family, $21 5022 00; short
clear 121 WilZ2 50: mess. S3L75(322.26.
TALLOW Steady; city, 6 S-lc; country,
( 6-ltVf6 13-16c.
RICE Steady; domestic fair to extra,
37fh4c; japan, nominal.
HOPS Firm: state, common to choice,
I90XH 14ff19c; 1907, nominal; Paciflo coaat,
l'W. Ulc: 1907. fc&12o.
Bl'TTER Unsettled; creamery, thirds' to
firsts. Si-if .'6c; process, firsts to specials
FOOS Steady; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby brown, Taney, hennery, 287J29C
western extra firsts. S4254c; western
firsts. 2242340: western seconds, S022c.
POULTRY Dressed. firm; western
chickens, broilers. 15921c; fowls, 16
CHEESE Easy; receipts. 171 pkga ; state
full cream, specials. l44t(lA4c; fancy, 14c
common to good, 19Vffll44c; aklma. full
to specials, 10(g,114c.
Kanaaa City Grain and Provisions
KANSAS CITT. Aog. 8 WHEAT Sep
tember, 954 9964c sellers; December.
964954c bid; May. 9844199c bid
Caah: Unchanged to lC2o lower: No.
bard. 31 001 09 4: No hard, 99c -&
8107; No. 2 red. $1.0501.06: Ne. S red,
CORN September. 584c bid: December,
4S4(9"484Ci May. (S'ic sellers. Cash
Unchanged to 4 le lower; No. S mixed
62 4C6Sc; No. mixed. S24c; No
white 66c: No S white. 6c.
OATS Unchanged to 12c lower; No.
2 white. 47c; No. 2 mixed. 40 42c.
RYE 7 J 80c.
FLOUR-Steadv; red winter patents $ 20 HAY Unchanged : choice timothy.
640" extra fancy and sira'ghi, 84 7096.15,1810 601100: choice prairie, 87 80; choice
Am. Beet Sugar
Am. Can pfd
Am. Car A Foundry
Am. Cotton oil
Am. Hide A Leather pfd
Am. Ica SecurtUoa
Am. Rmeltlng A Ref
Am. Sugar Ref
Am. Tel. A Tal
Am. Tohacca pfd
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coaat Lin
Brooklyn Rapid Tranatt..
Central of N. J
Chea. A Ohio
Chicago A Alton ,
Chicago Great Weatem..
C. A N. W
C, M. A 8t. P
C. C. C. A 8. L
Colorado Fuel A Iron....
Colorado A Southern.....
to lat pfd
do 2d pfd
Palawan A Hudson
D. A R. O
do lat pfd
do 14 pfd
Great Northern pfd
do Oregon cue
Intar. Marina pfd
K. 0. Southern
U A N
Minn. A St. L
M.. St. P. A S. But. M.
M., K. ft T
N. H. R. of M. 1st pfd.
N. Y. Central
N. T . O. A W
Norfolk ft W
People' a Oaa
P , C, C. A 84. L
Pressed ileal Car
Pullman Paiera Cat
Railwar Steal Spring..,.
Bock laland Co
Bl. L, A I r M pfd...
St. Louie A W
Sloaa-Shefrleld S. A 1...
Aann. Copper '. ...
Teiaa A Pacific.
T., St. U ft
V. 6. Realty
I. S. Rubber...,
U. S. 81 eel
I' tab Ooppor
Va -tare. Oieralcal
W. A Laka Erie
I.DOO 17. M4 544
. S.5 M 44 '
. 1 . 41 4
. K1 40 4tH
, . .3 4i
,. ,, 7(1 '.
70) ' ID1
. II inn in. 48v.
, . i. HS J7"
100 17 17"
a .io rs I'
.. M.ftftO 10014
.. .o0 lift1. 11441 lift
mo ii' in m
. . S to) HIS ! I4
.. l.lnO Ml lot M
ion ', a" a:s
.. 9 0fl ICV. 4S'I 4H
.. 21.300 1 1 W 11SV. 119
ton ins 1044 j(MH
-on U4i 1S4 IM"
.. 1,700 1 HI1 H9S
.. k.V M4 tl4 12.
.. 14.1W) ms m1 ii
.. .!00 Ji 1 1
.. l) - S 4
IK) lfW44 1084 I'D
.. 1.100 03 I'll
.. 1,500 ;' ii1 7"1
.. i.e 14 1 14
.. l.ino 190 1174 not
.. 17) W 1M"4) lf.S
400 74 7ii 71
.. I.JII0 4SS 471. 47Uj
14. U 12 I.
,., ; tns
.. 1.9 14314 144 142S
.. 2.400 24'. 244
l.bn 113 I'Oi. 171
too .4T. K.w i:.4
11.700 7IS 77S 71
I.SO0 l.ft iM H4t4
7,5 o ia'4 ih
1.104 147 4 144 1441.
7.)0 144 W 14344 144
.. 5. KM 71 741. 7S4
.. I1.4U 44 44 (1
74S 7414 74
. . 7.400 10 IS 4 MS
. 321900 1414 ltna, 1404.
.. 7 400 624 61V. 52.
. . 1,100 U H 96 4
00 lo U
.. 11.K0 151V. 164'. 16M.
13', US 4 si
.. 29.100 1414 14S 1404
.. I.4.0 i:fi4 1144 I1B4
.. 1.700 I4'4j 34 944
.. 17.200 f.4 ' IS14. II
IMS left 1
.. 1. no f . V14 12s
..U2,) 1824 1604 UP.
.. 1,700 374 .164 M'
.. LOW 104'. I'M 4 li4
.. It. QUO SK', (Ik 4 S
.. a.ev rti'.
.. 1,4I4 564 56
400 17 4 27'.
.. 1.000 S
.. l.'.on 1114 its'.
London Stock Market,
LONDON, Aug. 8 American securities
opened slightly higher, Union Pacific ad
vanced on good support, but the rest of
the list eaaed off on reallxlng. At noon
the market waa steady, with prlcea from
4 higher to 4 lower than yesterday's New
London closing etocka:
Conaola. money. .. M 16-14 Loulaellla A !
do account I4 1-I4M., K. ft T
Amal. Copper WVN. Y. central.
Anaconda 10 Norfolk ft W..
Atrhlaon :21 do pfd
do pfd 107V. Ogterlo W.
Baltimore A Ohio. . . .12-S Penniylranla .
Canadian Paciflo II Rand Mlnea...
Cheeapeake ft O II S Reading
Chicago 0. w '. soutsern y
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today were as follows:
Cattle.Hog. Sheep, and Mulci.
C . M. St. P. .. 1
Mo Pae. Ry....
C. A N. W. eaet
C. A N. W. west
C.. St. P. M. A O.
C, B. & Q., west.
C, R. I. & P. esst
C.,R. I. A P. w est
C. O. W. Ry....
Total recelntH. 63
The disposition of the day's receipts s
as follows, each buyer purchasing ihe
number of head Indicated;
Cattle, nogs onccn
Chi.. Mil. A St. P. -.16
Denver A Rio O
J, " Erl
do 2d pfd
' Orand Trunk ...
do pfd .
KS Southern Paciflo..
M4 do pfd
JSL'. S. Steel
US do pfd
US do pfd
Ill Spanlata 4a
SILVER Bar. 23D-l'ia per ounce.
MONEY 4 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short hills Is 14(f14 P"r cent; for three
months bills, l 7-ltulS) per cent.
Local Beenrlttea Qaotatleaa.
Quotations fnrntahed by Samuel Bama, Jr., 614
1 1 " ii
8 12 .. 28
3 11 6 4
4 4 .
3 8 10 S
1 t ..
63 45 44 S
Omaha Packing Co..
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour & Co
Krey Packing Co
Hill & Son
V. B. Lewis
J. H. Bulla
McCreary A Carey...
Ing yearlings from the same slate realized
yucisiions on fat sheep and lambs: Unci
to choice spring lambs. 87(ff7.40: fslr lo
good tprlng Ismhs. 6 vnjr7 Ki ; good to choite
yesrllngj, 5 0i.jC"., Isli to good yearling
4 756O0, good to choice wethers. tti)J
4.76; fair to good wethers. Oo.4 60, good
o oholro ewes, (4 i.'i'n 4 Jt.; fair to good
e wes. 84 0Pi 1.2;, quotations on feeder
stock- Kolt 11 li"lce lambs. 85 .2.' ii1.' 2"' ,
fulr to cholcu tatlings. 34 X.7J5 li fair lo
choice sheefi. $.: hnje ".
The trade did not ehow any Improvement
toward the close. In fact, trading figures
exhibited a more positive decline ai ill?
latter end of the session than at the open
ing. Easier values In feeding stock were
Induced by the slow trade, as well and
salesmen as a rule quoted offerings of thin
kind as steady to a shade lower. One
string of prettv good Ismbs were turned
over to a feeder at S'i 00. Butcher stock
closed right around weak to 10c lower.
No. Av. , Ft.
M Wyoming yearlings 77 6 25
10 Wyoming w ethers, culls 91 3 Oil
131 Wyoming wethers, feeders.. . 96 4 00
293 Wyoming wethers 95 4 60
flllt At.O I.IVK STOCK MARKET
Story of Day's Trading In Cattle,
Hoga and Sheep.
CH1CAOO. Aug. 8.-CATTLE-Recelpts.
shout 3.000. Steady. Cows and heifers. 8-1. SO
54 5; calves. 13.0rvj3.00; stockers and
HOOS Receipts about 11.000; market 10
T15e lower; choice heavy, 3S90.fi9.00; light
mixed. 375O97.70; choice light. 37.9057. 95;
packing. 37..W7.60; pigs. 37.66fa7.tjO.
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts sbout
15.009; market weak lo 10c lower; lambs
higher. Sheep. S3.5Otfu.00; yearlings. St.OOru
5f0; lambs, 36 50(tf7.l5.
CHEESE Firm: fslr demsnd: New York
full rreams. choice, 14441 15c; fafr t good,
I Irerpool Rraia Market.
LIVERPOOL. Aug 8 -WHE AT-Spot.
No. 2 red weelern winter, nominal Fu
tures, quirt; Sepiember. 8s34d; December,
: 1l4d: March. 7s 114d
CORN Spot, new American mixed, via
Oalveston. steady. 6s 54d. Futures, quiet,
September. 6s 61: October. 8s 64d.
FLOUR Winter pstents. steady. 36a.
PEAS Canadian, steady; 7s lOVtd.
NEW YORK. Aug. 3 COFFEE -Futures
closed quiet st a net decline of 6'ijlfl points.
Sales were reported of 10.750 bags. Including
August st 6 05c; September. S6.r-c; Decem
ber. 6 2"i'3o30c. Spot coffee quiet; Rio. No.
7. 74'&'74e: No. 4 Santos. So; mild quiet;
New York Life building. Omaha:
Alma. Neb., Municipal ea
Armour A Co. 44 1139 - .
Cudahy Packing Co
Columbua. Neb.. B. U la 19-4
Omaha Fire Engine 4a 1121
Omaha Paving 4a 19.6
Omaha Renewala 4a 1114
rirtt National Bank, Co. Bluffa 12.
Kanaaa city Ry. la MM ...A
Nabbraaka T ft P. la 1138
Neb. Tele. Stock .
Omaha Oaa la 111"
Omaha E. L. ft P. Co. la 1033
Omaha ft C. B. St. Ry. li 1914
Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. la l2l
Omaha A C. B. St By. pfd 1
Omaha ft C. B. St., Ry. com. t.
Omaha ft C. B. SI. By Aj.B,. pIU
Omaha water is. oa,i4tf,,H
Swift ft Co. la 1114 a
So. Omaha Sewer 4Sa 1121....'...
Ploui city Btock Yarda pfd
Union Stock Yards, Omaha. 6.
... MS 100
... I3S 644
.. 70 75
... MS 44 S
... 101 1014
.'. ions in
,.. ii to
... at 97
OMAHA, Aug. 3 Bank clearings for
today were 32,045.446.19 and for the corre
sponding date laat year 81.617,234.05.
hard winter clears. 84 60-$ 4 90.
SEEIV Timothv. S2.763.S.
t 'ORNMEAL 83 SO. .
BRAN Weak; aacked. east track, 31 00tf
HAT-Steadvj timothy. IllOOU'l'.oO; prai
rie 310 00i)13.00.
H FM P TWINE TX
PROVISIONS Pork. lower; Jobbing,
3W.50. jird, lower: prime steam. 810 924
l'ry salt meats, steady; boxed extra short,
313 624; clear ribs. 313.6244 short clears,
POULTRY- Quiet; chickens. lJcr springs,
14c: turkeys, 17c: ducks. 10c: geese, 4c.
RUTTER Firmer; creamery. 8218264c.
euo-steady at l4c
alfalfa. 312 000 13 60.
BUTTER Creamery extra. 2S4c; firsts.
23Ur; seconds. 214c: packing Block, 184c.
EOOS-Extras. 22o: firsts. SOc; current
receipts, 164c; seconds and dirties 14c.
I Wheat, bu
( orn, bu
Kansaa City options closed aa follows:
Open. ; High.! Low. I Close.
Receipta. Shipments i Corn
laj 8 l
Available Sagplg of Grata.
NEW YORK, Aug 1-Special cable and
telegraphic entnmtinlcatlons received by
Bradeireet'a ehow the following rhangea In
available supplies, as compared with pre
Available supplies: WYieat. United States,
east of Rockies. Increased 3 3.15 .0x0 bu.;
Canada, deoeaaa 7l2.0uO bu. Total. United
eiiaie. and Canada increase 2 6:3 010 bo.
Afli-at for and In Europe, de. re rxi t)
l- To ai Ainerltan an-1 European supply
fcaor.taag (2:.0uv.,. Cul'Pi . t'njttd niaus ail
'lecember ... I
97',! 874' 954' 94
974 97'a 954: skl
1 O04 1 004' V 994
5941 694 61 I 54
i..l 4K' 4A I 444
Wni 5741 4h' 494A
. 54.40.) 1144 llS 1.I6S
. 7f. 834 MS 3:V
. l.T' 7J 72 4 724
10 IkS 3 11.4
. 11.1"0 36'. 6Vi S4
700 lis 6IS 414
) 70S 70S s
. 75,.V BUS 1"4 tol-,
KiO l')4S l'4 10.14
300 IS S-S
. !.M0 47 444 4
.ia.ll 7S4 744 74'.
.. 1.J0) us i2 4 ms
. l.u 62S IIS 6-4
. Ill) 14 IIS ('.
.. 1,100 I2S US SI 4
. 1 1.200 US 674 7V
. 1 ) 144 11 14
tw ;i ;i 71
too IS i 1
JOO 17 V 17U ai
imi aajee lor tne aay, l.Obl.eJO aharea
Roaloa llscka and Bonds,
BOSTON, Aug. S. Money, call loana, 2
QS per cent; time loana, 34'do per cent
Closing auotatlona on stocks" and bonds
were aa follows:
II Anions Cora 44k
. . . . e. untie Coalition :4
...1114 calumet ft Arlaana..lu7
...104s Calumet a Heel ...171
144 ( upper Range
...117 Daly West
. . 12' rranklln
H 17i4 Granny
-loi sOreene Caruinea
.102 Maaa Mining....
.Ill Montana o. A C
. IT Old Doulnlea...!
.HO Hhannoa .......
. If. Tamarack
. II Trinity
. 44 laited Copper...
141 C S Mining ....
. 14 f S oil
. 10 t'tah
. 7 'W'olvarln
. 41 North Butte
NEW Y'ORK, Aug. 3. The cotton market
opened eany at a decline of 915 polnta
and soon sold 14(316 polnta net lower, under
aggressive bear pressure and scattering
liquidation prompted Dy easier cables than
expected and apprehensions of depression
with the approach of the new crop move
ment. There was a big outside demand,
however, to take offerings at the decline.
The marltet was nervous and Irregular
during the middle of the morning, with
prices z or 1 points up rrom the lowest.
Futures opened steady: August. 12.46c
September, 12.50ffll2.53c; October, 12.61c; No-
vemDer, 12.4HC; December, 12 64c; January,
12.49c; February, 12.48c, bid; March, 12.60c:
Mav. 12 63c.
Futures closed bsrely steady; August,
u.z4c; nepiemoer, iz isc; uctooer, iz.zsc
November, 12.28c; December, 12.32c; Janu
ary. 1231c; February. 12.31c; March, 12.32c;
April, 12 32c; May, 12.34c.
Spot closed quiet, 86 points lower; mid
dling uplands, 12.85c; middling gulf, 13.10c
sales, 400 bales.
OALVESTON. Aug. S.-COTTON-Higher
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 3. COTTON
Easy, unchanged; middling. 124c Sales
on tne spot, lai) hales; none to arrive.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 3. COTTON Steady
middling, 124c salea. 1,600 bales; reoelpts,
2.19 bales; shipments. 2,024; stock, 16,309
Milwaukee- train Market.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 8-WHEAT-N0 1
northern. 81130; No. 1 northern, 11X79
1 2D: September, 31014 asked.
BARLEY New standard. 6A96O0.
PEORIA. Ill . Aug 8-CORN-8teadv;
No. 2 yellow, S94c; No. 3 yellow. 64c; No.
2. 694c; No. 3. 694c; No. 4. 664c no grade.
6ai4S'c. OATS Lower; No. I white, 60S404jO.
Atchlaoo adj. 4a
Mei. Central 4a.
AtcaJaon R. R ...
enoeton ft A I easy
Boston ft Maine
N. T , N. H. ft
Am. Arga. Cnemv
Am. rneu. Tube..
Am. Tel ft Tel..
tv.mlnton 1. ft g.
Edlaoa Blae. III...
Maaa. Electrlo ...
I'nlted Shoe Mark
V. A Heel
NEW YORK. Aug. 8 METALS The
market for standard copper on the metal
exchange was less active today, for while
oiaaers ror lots or two and three tons
were In the market, sellers seemed unwill
ing to meet their views and the actual
business reached only fifty tons of Octo
ber at 13 uo and twenty-five tone of No
vember at 313.15. The market closed firm
with spot at 312.50&12.75; August deliveries
at 812.674 12 80: September at 3 12. 87 U(& IS Oil:
October at 313.004? 13 05; November at 13.15
U3 20 and December at 313.1741S.40. The
London copper market waa a shade higher
with spot at 58 12s 6d and futures at 59
lis 3d. 1 in was higher In London, with
spot at 133 liis and futures at 135 2s 6d.
The local market waa aleady. but a little
lower on the average at 3'-"9.26r29.60. Lead
waa unchanged at 12 12s 6d In London. Lo
cally steady wtlh spot closing at 34.2547 4 30.
Sales of 50.000 pounds were reported for
spot delivery -at 34.30. Iron waa higher at
we ra tor 1 levoiano warrants In London.
Locally no change was reported.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 8 METALS -Lead,
firmer at 84 20. Spelter higher, at 85.40.
CATTLE Receipts of cattle this morning
were very disappointing. Estimates for
today's receipts ranged all the way from
luO cara to 250 cars, but, aa a matter of
fact, only sixty-three cars put In an ap
pearance. The yards are so large that It
takes 1O0 cara or more to make much of
a showing, so that anything less than that
looka pretty small, aucn came aa intra
were, however, sold to very good advan
tage. Buvers evidently wanted beef cattle of
good qflallty thia morning and the mar
ket waa fairly active with prices on any
thing strictly desirable around lOo higher
than yesterday, interior stun was not
much aourht after, but still it commanded
steady to strong prices. As high as 87. 10
waa paic or a Duncn 01 prime cornieue,
thia being the highest price paid for cat
tie on this market since December of last
Good killing cows ana oetiers were aiau
free sellers at prlcea mostly 10c higher
than yesterday. In fact the general mar
ket on the atock eould be quoted aa strong
to 10c hleher. with practically everything
aelllng in good season In the morning.
There were naraiy enougn teeaere in
light to talk about, but still there seemed
to be a great plenty to supply the de
mand. The fact was that apeculatora who
were the principal buyers yesterday did
not meet with very good success unload
ing their purchases, so that they were not
very anxious ror cattle tins morning, ntiu
what few were her) commanded about
(Quotations on came: uooa to cnoice corn
fed ateers. 36.60497.10; fair to good cornfed
steers. t.A.,b.Mj, common to fair cornfed
steers, 34 7508 30; good to choice rangers.
SS.UO&6 60; fair to good rangers, S4 oOaA.0S,
choice rows and heifers, 14 Ou at. 20; fair to
good cows and heirera, 33.25(T4.w; common
10 fair cows and heifers, 31. 76433. 26; good
to choice stockers and feeders, 34. 2646. 15;
fair to good stockers and feeders. 33.764.25;
common to fair stockers and feeders, 83 0tv
3.75: stock heifers. 83.863.66; veal calves,
$3 SOJjI.OO, bulls, stags, etc., 32 7504.76.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Aug 3. CATTLE
Receipts. 11,000 head, including 2.0U0 south
erns; market strong to, 10c higher; year-
llni. 87.80; choice export and dreised beef
steers. 36.30I&1.80; fair to good. 34 507J6.25
western steers. 34.25ig6.20: stockers and
feeders. 83.0O36 4O southern steers. $3.i5f
6.25: southern cows. 82.fOd4 00: native cows.
S2.16)4.50; native heifers. 33.257.W; bullx.
S3.OOW4.00; calves. 33 5036.75.
HOC1S Receipts. 7,0(U head; market steady
lo weak: top. 37. SO; bulk of sales. 37. Ift
7.76; heavy, Si.iOtf 7.90; packers and butchers,
87.5f&7.N0; light, $7.40il7.70; pis; 86. jOfv7.:'F..
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, 7.000
head; market steady to 15o lower; lambs
88.ltfi7.00; yearlli.gs. 4 60g5.2r.; wethers.
83.7fia6.O0: ewes, 33.50ii4.76, stockers and
St. I.oola Lire Stock Market.
FT. LOUIS. Mo, Aug 3 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 6,300 head. Including 2.100 Texans:
msrket steady: native shipping and export
steers, 86.10ir7.flO; dressed beef and butcher
steers, 85.364f6.26; steers under 1.000 pounds
34.2636.75; stockers and feeders, I1.25W.00
cows and heifers, 33.4O36.50; canners. 31. 76
2.50; bulls, $3.507T6.00; calves, 85 250.7.25; Texas
and Indian steers, 83. 6O86.40; cows and
HOOS Receipts, 6.800 hesd, market lower
pigs and lights, 85.75'7.70; packers. $7.50tj?
7.70; butchers and best heavy. S7.7V37.90.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 9.700
head; market strong; native muttons. 83.25
374.60; lambs. 36.766j7.15; culls and bucks
S2.2&4.75; Blockers, 33.2&tI4.00.
At. Pr. Ms.
103S iM 41
llaft I I'. 17
W U I
V 3 15 17
K.1 t 10 II
144 S 4
901 IS I
mi 3 11 1
...1119 1 Of)
....1111 7 10
.... 711 2 )
.... I II
....141 I W
.... r 1 to
....1040 3 4
COWS AND HEIFERS.
11 117 I H
1 1410 I 1 1 1140 i it
1 :i 3 U 1 10M i U
3 174 3 00 8 110 t M
3 176 I II
STOCrvERS AND FEEDERS.
II 141 I (M 17 4 4 09
10 411 I 40
W EOT Erl IN OTi JL tSrvAotv A.
Neev York Mining Stneka.
BOSTON. Aug S.-WOOL I,ocal wool
transactions continue heavy with prices
well maintained. I,ocal dealers are buav
opening put-chafes from the west and
while manufacturers are Inclined to hold
back still trading shows an active demand
In nearly all lines. Kentucky, Indiana and
Missouri three-eighths blood, 14 & 15c; quar
ter blood. 32t3.1o. Scoured values, Texas
fine. 12 months. 721T75c; fine. 6 to S months
6i".'dc; fine fall, 6S&60c; California, north
ern. 65$j4i7e: middle county. 6365c; fall,
free. 50062c; fall, defective, S340c; Oregon,
eastern. No. 2. 61662c; valley, No. 1. 674368c;
territory, fine ataple. 67sj5gc; fine medium
staple 6972c; fine clothing, 6oj70c; fine
medium clothing. 64fcc; half-blood. 673
69c: thre-elghths blood. 64t67c. Pulled
extra, 70(f74c; fine, ejjjboc; A aupera, 56 d
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Aug 8 WOOL Steady;
territory and western mediums, 2327c; fine
mediums, 2124c; fine. 12b 1S4c.
22 cows 895 3 46
1 bull 1600 3 25
1 bull 1220 3 00
6 stockers. 692 8 76
9 heifers... 821 8 00
7 heifers... 602 2 66
8 cow s M60 I 75
17 feeders.. 801 4 25
4 steers.... 995 4 00
61 steers.. ..1025 4 20
T4 heifers... 710 3 40
27 cows 965 3 to
4 cows 810 S 15
2 bulls 1136 3 00
5 steers.. .1034 4 15
S cows 918 8 46
6 fenders. .1060 4 20
4 heifers... 416 3 75
4 cows m 2 75
3 calves... 176 6 60
28 cows AM 8 40
1 bull 1500 2 75
10 steers. .
19 cows . . .
932 8 75
924 3 60
977 8 00
M 3 40
8f6 3 15
9' 2 90
S3S 2 M)
St. Joseph Live Stock Market,
ST. JOSEPH, Aug. 3. CATTLE-Re-celpta,
2.300 head. Market active and strong
to 10c higher: steers. 3I.6OH7.00: cows and
heifers. 32. 5O86.00; calves. So.60)T7.25.
HOOS Receipts, 8.000 head. Market
steady to 5c lower; top, 87.76; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts. 4.500
head. Market steady; lambs, 3o.SOft7.25.
Slonx City Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Aug. 8.-fSpeclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 900 head: mar-
ket steady; beevee. 84.2MI6.75: arass cows
33.00-64.26; feeders. 83-75.34.M; yearlings. 83.03 ! country
HI 4 ug.
HOOS Receipts. 2.000 head; market
steady to 6c lower; range of prlcea, 87.2081
7.50; bulk of sales. S7.25ft!7.36.
Hamilton to Be
Apsrtments Will Be Expanded Mer-
nam & Holmquist Will Add
Two large building permits for additions
to present structures were Issued Tuesday
by City Building Inspector Wlthnell, one
for an addition to the Hamilton apartments
and the other for an addition to one of the
Merrlam A Holmquist elevators.
The improvements to the Hamilton
apartments at Twenty-fourth and Far-
111m streets, will consist of the addition of
three ntorles to the present building. The
building Is now four stories high, and with
the addition It will be aeven stories high.
Elevators will be Installed when the addi
tion Is built. The Improvements will cost
326.000, the permit being taken out by the
Hamilton Improvement company.
An addition seventy-five feet high will b5
built to the Merrlam & Holmquist com
pany's elevator "B" at Fifteenth and Man
derson streets to cost 830,000. Tbs addition
will be 42x100 feet.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts at the six principal western
markets yesterday were:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 1.600 3.6OO 10.509
St. Joseph 2.8U0 t.000 4.600
Sioux City 800 2.000
Kansas City 11.000 7.000 7.000
St. Louis 6.300 S.800 8,700
Chicago 8,0 JO 11,010 15,001
Totals 23,90) 34,300 45.700
WATTLES TELLS HOW AD CLUB
SHOULD BOOST CORN SHOW
He and Robert H. Nanley Addrees
the Clob nt Ita Loyal Hotel
"The members of the Omaha Ad club
are In a position to do an Immense amount
of good for the corn show," said O. W.
Wattlea, president of the National Corn ex
position, at the regular monthly dinner ot
tho Ad club at the Loyal. "There are
many ways in which the corn show may
be advertised by placing slight mention of.
It In your advertisements and In various
other ways. One large concern Is adver
tlalng the corn show all over Ihe United
States by linking Ita product with the corn
show and making It a part of the show.
"It Is the duty of every clttaen to do
those things which are beneficial to him
self, but also to do something for the good
of the community. It Is sll well enough
for us to have our vast resources, but they
must be advertised to get the full benefits.
The name of the corn snow Is a misnomer,
for It really has a deeper purpose than the
contest between two eara of corn, or It
would not be receiving the splendlM sup
port It does from the best men of the
The real purpose Is to develop.
j Ideaa which will Improve the conditions of
loo leviiitiua ciriiieme oil wiiuim we BeurnQ
for our own prosperity."
Robert 11. Manley told of the plans pro
mulgated for sending a delegation from the
Omaha Ad club to the meeting of the Na
tional Aasuoclatlon of Ad Men's Clubs at
Louisville. He said a doicen bad already
signified their Intention of going from
Omaha and paying their own expenses and
that whatever money was raised would be
used toward boosting for Omaha and the
corn show and to try to get the 1810 con
vention In Omaha.
2 eters....KS0 4 15
Minneapolis firala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS Minn.. Aug 3 WHEAT
September. 11.014; December. 'c; No. 1
View TORlf i, 1 pi... .... , ''". ei inn, -o. j tionnei n. l.sts: no. I
nWln..Kck. '': N f.ur,hern.,l U48
FLAX-Closed at 81.84-
RHA N In 100-lb. sacks, 830 60.
FLOUR First patenla. SS.eom.OO; grnd
patenia, 86. 'fro 3 90: first clears, 34 8f96.t",
second clears, S3.Kfi!.66.
Bruaael a Can. ...
Con. Tunnel .toed
Con. cal. ft Vs....
Ill Leadrllle Con
.. 1 unl. Cnif ...
.. M Meilcea
. . !1 Ontario
.. 14 Opelr
. . as s.andard .... . .
. Ill Tallow Jacket...
WAIH15GTON. Aug. S The condition of October
M. Ahrena. Nebraska.
21 feeders.. 760 3 75 12 steers.... 9S0 4 00
g cows 692 8 20 14 cows 1007 3 50
E. P. Meyers, Nebraska.
160 steers. .1202 6 00
Ruf. Haney, Nebraska.
84 feeders.. 1131 S 00 29 steers. ...1213 4 95
M C. Hubbell, Nebraska.
90 steers.. ..1106 4 60
L. Phlpps, Nebrsska.
1 cow 1000 J50 Scows !f72 3 26
2 calves... 210 4 26 26 heifers... 473 2 90
11 cows 1006 3 76 47 steers.. .1061 4 90
4 steers ... 1026 4 00
I W, A. Coleman, Wyoming.
1 heifers . .1095 4 25 2 cows 795 8 00
3 feeders.. 9J0 4 30 1 steer 910 6 30
1 steer 1100 S 30 1 steer 90 6 20
27 steers ... 121 1 8 20 7 feeders. . 973 4 30
O. H. Wallop, Wyoming,
r Steers.... 766 4 40
H. F. Smith, Wyoming. N
29 cows ro 3 86
Beaver Creek Cattle Co.. Wyoming
81 steers.... 190 4 90 7 cows 968 8 26
3 steers. ...10l3 4 00
HOOS Receipts or hogs were very small
for a Tuesday, only fifty cara being re
ported In Thla waa the smallest run
of hogs received on this market on a Tues
day since November 3 of last year. The
market opened with ahippera the chief
buyers and with prices on such stuff a.
found favor In their eyea around 610
higher than yeaterday. lackers, on the
other hand, were not disposed to put on
very much, but still they bought their hoga
strong to 6c higher. As shippers took i
considerable proportion of the hogs, salea
oa paper show up lery well, the bulk being
At 37.aOi(j7.0 and the top at 17 70 Every
thing waa cleaned up In very good season
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. Aug 3 -SFED-Clover. 86.974:
ictohrr 17.40 neretnher 17 tA U..h
the treasury at the beginning of busines- 87 4 7 4; No. 2. 86 65; rejected. 86 90. 'no grade'
today waa aa followe: i 8:. 45. Prime tlmothv. 12 ao p,im ?i.,l'
Gold coin, 3861,991., s.Iver doUvs. August. 86 M
Me. At Sa. Pr Ne. At Ik Pr.
II Ml 319 19 K t laS 40 7 M
41 IIS ... 1 tC M .19 It la)
M tut ... 7 40 M XI .11
i t',1 ... Iti u. o in 1 its
I v . . t t, 17 ..; a) in.
it s lift 1 4i n at . t so
U i 1"0 14 li t1 49 7
47 T !' t 4TS 41 2S ... t SO
19 371 131 7 474 44 B ... 7 SI
OMAHA (i&'KRRAl. MARKETS.
Staple and Fancy Prodare Prices Far
nlahcd by Bayers and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery. No. 1 delivered to
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartona, 27c; No,
1, In 60-lb. tubs, 27c; No. 2, in 1-lb car
tons, 25c; In 60-lb. tubs. 24c; packing stock,
lev; fancy dairy, tubs, 2i'022c, common
Ml, fresh made, 1S1S4-!. Market changes
KGG8-Fresh selling atock, candled. 21c.
No atorage stock In Omaha market.
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full cream,
twins, 16c; Young Americas, 4 In hoop,
164c; favorite, I In hoop, lc; daisies, 2U In
noop, 164c; cream brick, full case, loo;
block 8wiss, 15c; full cream llmburgrr, 16c.
POULTRY Mt oilers. 16c; alive, springe,
12c; bena, 104c; cocks. 64c; ducks, kc;
gresa, 6c; turkeys, luc; pigeons, per dux.,
oc; guinea fowls, por do.. 32 50; squabs,
per dox.. 32. Dicseed nous Uc. springs.
I(sjjjc; cocks. 4)C; ducks Uc; geeac, llfecj
FISH -Fresh caught, aimoai ll are
dicsaed: Halibut. 6c, buffalo, 9c; trout,
12c; bullheade, 14c; catfi-h, 17c; crapplea,
sunfUh, oyac; black bass, 2vc; whlteCsu,
Uc; pike, lie.; salmon, 14c; pickerel, 10c;
(rog legs, 36c. Fresh frozen: Whllstish, No
L 10c; round, 9c; pickerel, dressed and
headless, ic; rouna. c; p.ke, dressed, 10c;
round, 9c, red snapper, tJc, epaiutti mat-Met
el. 13c; native muckers.. 36c each.
FREtili r'Ht ITS lorida plneapplea. He
ui Us. 12.75 per crate; grape fruita. M aUti,
per box, to. 46 site, fu.60 : 64 inr, t, i,g-
frown, uer bu. basket, leuc: mantel tmim 1
MEAT CUTS No. 1 riba, 15 4c; No. 3
ribs. Uc: No. 3 ribs. Sc; .'c. 1 loin, 17c;
No. 3 loin, 14c; No 3 loin, 10 e; No. 1
chuck, 64c; No. 3 chuck, 6c; No.. 3
chu-k, 44c; No. 1 round, 10c; No. 3 round,
9ic; No. t round, 9-c; No I plate, 6vo;
No. 3 plate. 6c; No. t plate, 4c.
VEGETABLES Kansas sweel polatoea,
82.76 per bbl. celery, Michigan. 26c bun. h,
smaller, 60c. Cabbage, nniiit grown, lVc
per lb. Wisconsin lied Olubs onions, ic
per lb California cauliflower. 83 U0 pt;
crate. Tomatoes Tennessee. 4 baskets, hij
c; crate, 64.00. Lettuce, per dos , 30c. Par
snips, turnips, carrots, 'm per duaen. Flor
ida new Leeis, carrots, parsnips, turnips,
etc., per do., 7sc.
POTATOES New. Sic per bu.
HIDES No. 1 green, 10c; No. I cured. Uc.
Hilar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. Aug 3.-Sl'OAR-Raw.
firm; fair refining. 3 52c, centrifugal. 96
last. 4 02c; molssites sugar. 3 27c; refined.
steady; No. 6. 4 46c; No. 7. 4 44k-; No. 6.
4 2ac; No. 9. 4 S0c; No. 10. 4 25c: No. 11. 4 90o;
No. 12. 4 16c; No. 13. 4 10c; No. 14, 4 10c;
confectioners' A, 4 76c; mould A. 6 30c; cut
losf, 176c; crushed. 6 61k-; powdered, t.0f-;
granulated, 4 9nc: cubea. 6 2Jc.
MOLASSES Dull; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, 2xdj42c.
REALIGNMENT OF NEBRASKA
TELEPHONE OFFICIALS DONE
Changes Necessitated by the Central
isation Policy Adopted by the
Under the readjustment of offices of the
Nebraska Telephone company, necessitated
by the recent operating agreement' Includ
ing Bell Telephone companlea with buslneaa
In the three states of Nebraska, Iowa and
Minnesota, W. R. T. Belt becomes general
superintendent of plants for Nebraska.
Most of the chief positions with the .com
pany In Nebrsska have been determined,
but officials are still working on the re
organization of company affairs In Iowa
and Minnesota. The chief officials In Ne
braska under the new operating agreement
are aa follows:
General Superintendent of Plants W, B.
General Superintendent of Traffic
Traffic Superintendent A. F. Kelly.
Commercial Superintendent Ouy Pratt
Assistant General Commercial Superln-tendent-C.
Plant Engineer A. S. Rogers.
Traffic Engineer Frank Morsmgn.
.... I, , muvMl a I 1. .
i vv.,M,mivii m Kneaer n. r.
All are Omaha men with the exception
of C. E. Hall, the new assistant general
superintendent, who comes from Dei
New York Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 3 -DRV OOODS
Market shows more activity In the job
bing houses Buyers are operating In
place goods and ready-to-wear lines The
export trade la very quiet. Yarns are quiet.
Cutloa goods And yarns are unasiUed by
VANDERLIP VISITS IN. OMAHA
President ef America's Riga-eat Bank
and Family fiacetg o( Frank
Frank A. Vanderllp. president of the Na
tional City bank of New York City, the
largest bank In America, spent the day In
Omaha with his family, stopping over to
visit Frank !. Brown., treasurer of the
Union Pacific. Luther Drake entertained
Mr. Vanderllp at lunch at the Omaha club
Monday noon, when Ihe other bank pres
idents of Omaha weie Invited to meet Mr.
Vanderllp. Those at the luncheon were C.
C. Kiiunue. Henry T. Ya(es, J. H. Mil
lard. V. H. Caldwell. W. Wattles. Frank
Hamilton. Waid M. Burgess. Frank D.
Brown, Luther Drake and Mr. Vanderllp.
A Plrasant Sarprlae
follows the firs' riuse of Dr. King's New
Life Pills, (he pslnleas regulators that
sirengthrn ou. Guaranteed, ate Sold by
Beaion Drug Ca,
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