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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1909)
THK RF,K: OMAHA. TliTl.snAY. AfCJl'ST VX VMY.K
CRA1N ANBFRODUCK MARKET i'V'
I M LTlt - I trr
ei: r'b. $::'"
hcst and Corn Both Take Sudden
MANY FACTORS lTtHE SITUATION
Prices Well abstained m thf I Iom
nil While ervnna, the tint
rm. elm kens ; -prinl.
. : I'lrk'i . 1: ducks. 9r . gee-e ft..
HI'TTLR Steady. i'iMmy. ttr.Tc.
K i'khs and shipments of fioui and grain
w . e a filluwn .
I IS. r i. .
. ir.fi m
. no no
127 2 0
HK.ITHKR 14 TIIK OR A I BKI.T
not Hair l.rirril, with I. Ink 4
OMAHA. Neb.. Aug IS li0!
A wa-. of cool weather from the nortii
wet antes. I down over the Mlfsourl valley
NEWWRR STOCKS AND BONtS
Market Continues Its Reactionary and
ATTACK ON HARRIMAN ISSUES
In Inn Paelfle
l.oeee Fire Points
Dny Reports t
tn Crops Bla;
MAIIA. Aim IS. I..
'I light receipts ruiHnl
i.Htilttrg tn a vry nervu'is
o"'i1ng Prices were sd
2 lent bulge In tha fust
l ater a slight decline le
offerings, hut the market
all essh salea were well
hoi is to cni er,
niatket hi the
v a nre. foi a
milted tn ne
held firm and
sh.ne veatetdava levels
Kepoita of no general rains In the coin
hen and the advance In wheat sent corn
h.Klier and buying oaa general during the
earlv part of today's session.
W heal was sensationally strong d irirg
demand waa the feature of the day iiiai -kt.
with values catling oTf slightly at the
'utn Was up and held moult wiih the
aid nf theaiHanre In wheat and numerous
Damage reports (torn the beat hi: n sec
tions. Cash corn was In very good demand
and all offerings were taken iesdil ai
I'liinaiy wheat receipts were 787. 000 bu .
and shipments weie SM.OOO bu ; against re
e(pf Ian sear nf 733 00 bu., and snipineiiif
i,f 4 '.i 14a) hn
Plhnil'V i-run rrlnfa were ftf& rtK) bll..l L A
and shipment were 4Jt 000 bu ; aga .nsl re
leipts lam iar of 4M.0UU bu , and ehip-
iii.ntg of lg4,Oi0 bu. For Omaha. Neb
' learancea weie .1000 bu of rorn. none
of naia. and w In-fit and flour ejual to
'.'ud higher, on wheat.
iutin Tuesriav afternoon and night, anu
i lernperatui en are mui h lower w ent of Ihe
, MImIskIppI river to the mountains, anl
I mlarhtlv rooler weather la general through
out the eouthrn portion of tha counuy.
' l emp"i aturra rontinue moderate through
out the ea.it portion, and In the west and
northwest, and will continue moderate in
this vlclnUv tonight and Thursday. Very
i light and wldel scattered showera oc
. uired in the central valleya within the laat
twenty-four hours, and rains continued
I general tn the eastern states. The weailu-r
; la clear In the upper valleys and through
lout tne rorthwest thla morning, and will
fair in thla vicinity to-
Keroid of temperatura and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three eara.
1908 J 0T 190J
Minimum temperature .. Kft H2 7J 70
i'reclpitatlon . T .00 .00
Normal temperature for today 74 degrees
1 tendency In precipitation since March 1.
1 7.1 Inches
I tendency for corresponding peril d tn I.
I OO of an Inch
I Iefh lency for corresponding period in 1S1,
4. .11 Inches.
L. A. WEt.Sll. Local Forecaster.
Feat a re Kewa.
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n. i-ii) Mit Co t"
K.n.i I'llv ftr fl '
t i'v I'.' v'&
Fbbriika t P. ItJj W lC
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Omaha Oaa ta 11 : : '.
omaha K I a T l a ''
Catt K I. P r-l
timaaa C. B si. H 1 t" 1'" I
Owaha a C. St. K M 1
Omana C. B. t Mr l 1 j
Oasaba t. t By nm. l 70 Ik
Oanaha C t Br b. 1 J Sj I
IHnafta acir . 14 M'-a
in Co. ka .! 1M !
a. Umaha Sar 4a ;J4 pa.i, i.'i I
l.aua ct I Slock Yarda f & t-i
Cnlon Stork larda. Omaha. Hi t'
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET ,
Bfef Steers Sell Strong to Ten Cents
HOGS STEADY TO SOME HIGHER
and f4U'Vl higher
Local large ol
rorn and Wheat Region Balletln.
for the twenty-four
I nours ending at S a. m . into mertaian
i time, Wednesday, Augual IS,
I OMAHA DISTRICT.
Mbx Mln. fall.
A nicies . i tprri . 1 1 it; i
Low. , Close. el')'.
v Iichi- , I
Sept.. 9.. MS: !
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Sept... aSV .t" A '"'''"'4
t)rC...i :s! :,5' Mi,.
t i ; , ;
Sept... .--,it- .isv X. :-i7,
Per... -:a', S, 1'' .,
W UKA I'
I am. . , 4,
mm inn. V
O iii. hit
i I A I H
I uluth . . . .
ha d, SI OOVa l.'R,
; ..ii. I haid, It.'ii'JTc
. o gi ad''. HyoflJc.
V-', No J, g'JtamUc;
ii grade. fivdHOo; No. 2 yel
.. .. n. w. $4!,c; No. 2 white,
u hite. KVijoc.
mixed. jlT'oSHc; No. 3 yello.v,
wlilte. JjK'8,t!iv,c; No. 4 white.
tWaTflc: No. X fiTftfiSc.
Wheat. Corn. Oat.
,.: 104 lb ISO
4l 44 l
Broken Bow. Neh.
Fairmont. Neb. ..
Ilr. Inland. Neh.,
I Hartlngton. Neb
Sioux City, la...
Minimum temperature for
period ending at S a. m.
I lilt (OO t.RtIN AMI PROVISION
Ken tn res of Ihr Trading, and Cloalnar
Trice on Hoard of Traaleu
I'HICAtit). Auk. in. A stampede "among
!-Iioii.h in ihe v.i. eat pit today forced the
jc tee of .he September delivery nearly 3o
aoovc the low pom' of the seaalon. The
market e'es -d sirotis, with prices showing
net gains of ll',c to 2 ,c Course grain
i.im prov c'iou alto closi d Htrong.
Congestion in the September delivery was
the ffa.iiie nf trading In Hie wheat pit.
'i ui condition of affairs m largely re
: punxiute (ur an advance of "a' in the price
I ihe September option and lor a bulge of
I r'i i"a .i lTtWc In the more deferred
t. otl lis. a though fiejh crop damage reports
no. u me nonhwiMt helped along the ad
i snce. A leading elevator Interest is cred
lied wltli holding an enormous line of the
September dellverV. and additional pur
i haJics In this concern during the day
mailed 1 1 (I;- cnvrrlng hy bIioi t;, which re.
siilied in lAdlcal advances on neveial oc
casions. A report from Minneapolis cUlilii
Ing thai the recent hoi weather In the
nor: hnf't. haddHipniceil the w beai .crop.nl
North 1'akota" iu tha extent of S.S.O11O.O0O
husliels. was snotlui source of anxiety to
the shoiis. The oaiket was also bulllshly
affeclfil b an advance of Wd to 2d at Liv
eipnol. a : 'I h a fresh advance In corn
prlcis. Ivirii.g the Bav the Spiember op
tion rangid between mr and Sl.O'S. while
T'ecember sold between !WWV ii 9c.
The clone was active and stroaig. with Kpp
inntiir II Ka I 0'.", ami lecember at SIS',
Coi. in:id drv weather In Ihe corn belt
Miiiiiihii'd activity In the corn market and
1 aw. M sh,n p bulges In Ihe price of all de
liveries. Niimtrous crop damage reports
weie iec ived. the greater part of which re
fend 10 toe crop in Kausjs. The inatket
uhs fuong IhroiiKhuui ilia- iltne day and
1 (iifil only a trifle helmv the best marks.
Final uuoiatlons wer- up l'flt4c.
is wen affected by the advance In
nliejt a' fl corn, seniimcnt In ihe pit being
lui.liaih Ihe enliie session. The close was
s.ioiiB ai net gains of VaVc to '(f7c.
I"i ovisliina w ri e sirong all day. Frlcea at
li e close were rxuJjc higher.
Tha leading lutuiea ranged aa follows:
A rt Idea.1 Open. ! High.) Low. Close. Tes'y!
Columbus. O. 17
ties Moinee, la 14
Indianapolis. Ind.. 12
Kansas City. Mo.. 21
Louisville. Ky IS
Minneapolis. Minn. SO
Omaha. Neb 1
St. Louis. Mo 13
Very light and
curred within the
In all exce.pt the
Max. Mln. Inches.
cattered showers oc
last twenty-four hours
Indianapolis and Ixiuls-
vllle districts of the corn and wheat region.
The rains were appreciable onl In the Dea
Moines and St. Louis districts. The weather
la decidedly cooler In the western and
slightly cooler In the eastern portion ol
the corn and wheat region.
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK. Aug IS The stock mar
ket today consistently continued lis reac
tionary and eonfuaing course of the early
week There wata the usual backing and
filling during the early session, hut It was
not until tha afternoon that practically the
entire active list took a lower dip, which
wiped out all early gains. Again It was
the llarrlmsn lasuee which bore the brunt
of the attack. The movement was short
lived, however, and In spite of bullish
rumors on New Tork Central and V'niled
Ptates Steel, the latter accompanied by a
revival of the Paris bourse listing rumor,
the market turned weak and in the late
sesalon became duller and more Irregular.
It was regarded a somewhat signltlcant
that the list was most unsettled Imme
diately upon the publication of a series of
dlsnatehea and statements, official and un
official, concerning the state of health of
an eminent magnate, now homeward bound
from abroad. Reports of ser.ous harm to
the crops In North Oakola from heavy
ralna. which caused a smart advance In
the wheat market were not without Influ
ence upon stocks. Advices from Missouri
and Kansas as to crop conditions were of
a more favorable character, but Nebraska
dispatches continued discouraging. The
most aggressive selling and lowest prices
came In the final half hour. I'nlon Faclfic
was then about five points below Its top
price of the morning -and the preferred
siock over three points, while New York
Central. Reading. Atchison, Great North
ern preferred. Oreat Northern ore certlfl
catea. Chicago V Northwestern. Pennsyl
vania, the steel issues. Amalgamated Cop
per, Consolidated Oas. People a Has and a
score of less prominent Issues were lower
by 1 to 4 points.
Louisville Nashville and Canadian Pa
cific were about the only stocks to hold
their early gains. The selling was In
enormous volume and numerous slop orders
were uncovered. Prices at the close, which
was active and feverish, showed but alight
recoverlea from the lowest level. Time
money was again strong, with an especial
demand for four and live months' loans
at 4 per cent. The supply la becoming
more scarce, and a continuance of the
present demand Is expected to advance the
rate. More gold exports to South America
are Impending, while shipments of S3.0jO.(kiO
gold to Japan are scheduled for the coming
month. Official flguree from Washington
show an excess of almost S17. 000.000 In mer
chandise Imports for July, compared with
the same month last year. The only note
worthy railroad return today was that of
the Baltimore aV Ohio road, which reported
the rather small Increase of :M.&"0 for
July. The Industrial situation continues in
the direction of Improvement, many mills
and plants, according to today's advices,
now working to their full capacity.
The feature of the bond market was the
activity of Lnlon Pacific convertible 4s,
In which dealings were again very heavy,
with a net loas for the day of 2S points.
Bonds steady; total sales, par value,
Net Vark Money Market.
NEW YORK. Aug IS -MONEY tin call.
I steady; 2V?i2' per cent; ruling rate pei
cent; closing bid. 2 per cent; offered at
2U per cent.
TIME lANf Strong and fairly a. live;
slxtv days. 2VJ3 per rent; ninety days.
S'aiU1, per rent; six months. 4 per cent.
I'KIMO MERCANTILE PAt'ER 4j4i
K1EHLLNO EXCIIANOE-Steady. Willi
actual ousiness 111 bankers pins at Hid ti um,.
4 .10 for sixty day bills and at 4 0t for ,, , rue
demand commercial bills. MMVf'M
SILV ER Bar. Sic; Mexican dollars. 41 .
BONOS Government, steady; ranroads.
The following are the closing quotations
on Mocks and bunds:
astern nnd lambs cart tn Mroiill
and Feeders Folly Iran's, wllh
till Kinds Mrlllna qialte
1 .v. a; ; t
1:4. . a ( :
1. ... a 1 I. . . . l mi t
S M 1 at.
J . 1 : l" so ' "'
I :r. .1 1 . . :ivi ; i
t It) la : .. II IM
C. L r
1 : s a 1 t ; . i
t ?! 1 1 ?
1 .. 4 ki
STO' kFR" AM' KKKlKt
. .. 4 J I"
i .- ... Tst j . s ' 4
ayi a e
4 v (i .
. 4 c
T "S cccd to choc
o a.o.i.4 . a in j .
w e. Ii .m . VI .0 1. ...
l u t 4 ,t. at'.od .0
in r to good ewes.
SMI TH 1 M A H A.
Neh.. Aug IS.
3'hree rlava this week
dais last week..
fla h J weeks bid
I. t rat la.
L' S la. rea;
I P. 4a rei
Am. Ag Ae
Am. T. 4 T r
Am Tobacco 4a..
Armour A t'u. 4
AU-hlaon srn. 4s.
do cv. 4h
do cr. 6a
Atlanlli: t' L. lat
B 4 O. 4a
00 8 w J -.a
Brookln Tr ct.
antra I of Oa la
.. ineskill f ,nirl 1st rat 4a JQ
.. 10-ptar Mel 4' . ki
l"l Inlar. M. Mar.no 4'a
'.lasan 4a '
H ilc 4S,a 4'j
1" K C. Southarn tat St 1
ka Huti short d 44.1SJ1 4',
...0ISL. N nnl 4a ..
4a.m4tjt, K T. lat 4a.inn,
... ki'a do ,en. 49 ...... l
1 1'lMrv PaKIr 4. .. I .. I.t4j
,. kta-N Rr. o( M 4i,a M
l'OSS. Y (antral i n
.. I1S e ta.
li1XV..SIIS Hit Is.ltav,
N i W. la' 0 4a H)
.191 do r 4 Iill
. . t"S No Pacific 4a le
l 'In U T4I
4a. kbit Oregon 8 I,. rfrl 4a 4
llOiaPann cr IV, 1SI6 W.
S;une days 3 weeks ago..H :i.4 2.0l.i L.-W
.inie ds s 4 week ago. n..u. iJ.---a
Same das last year. . . . 1?. .sm in.o. oi.wu
The following lahle shows th 1 tevelptf ot
cattle, hogs a:.d sheep at South Omaha for
the year to dale, compared with last ear
7.V.4 1 ... ti
4 I s) 4 l".
lit lUI I'.rtt.i
i:..:.'4 16 rv.t
11. i; ii.wj
ii.;,4ii .;. 11:12
?a (nn s
,". Ci'W s.
40 iu 1
9 cows. .
... II.' 4 !1
. ..IWH 4 10
SI 3 40
Spear Bros ,
. l.iv ?,.
R M. Ka.ldls.
. 11KH 5 C7.
. .104 J !S
14 steers. ... 1 17
10 cow a 10"
W o tiling
M aicers. .. I2"S
!S stMs ...1JIJ
' .-(! 4 I .
VUOtat :c ...n fee.le
C' u i f ImiiiIi t. f.. .1 . :
Hog 4 ..O.i.v,',., 1 1, 11 ' 1
ttcpresent at i e sale.. . .
!' Wiotnlng wethfi" culls ...
;4,' W otitliiK wiineis. feeders
i.",.t W yemitig w. titer, feeders.
7.1 Montana weilieia
I.'4 Wxonting lanihr culls
sto. k Fair to
i a 1 t 10 choice ea
. I.o.i e w e thers. I .V)
2 steel s
Cow s, .
.i COW S. ..
w 1 I hri s. culis. .
w el liet s
v P. IP
K 3 S
: 4 .m
11 4 M
72 1 :&
k 4 :
tl fl is
Si 4 l.i
sr 2 s
Central leather 5a .1'aot dn
,n'l ot N J. os 127 Heading gen 4a .
Ches. Ohio 4', a... I"4 SI 1,. AS f. Ig
do ref.- is... I lit, do gen .".a . ..
tTlirago A A. .14a... H m. 1, s w. enn
I" . B tt a it. la . ' do t sold 4a . .
no gen. 4a
C .. A St P
V.. R. 1. A P
Hons on stocks:
were the closing quota-
M : ;
I 'e .
Foi l --
:; 1 1 ''.' I
. 51 4 ".
1 17 !
. 11 :.",
I I I
1 02S: Wi 1 02fil. t,iii
9.iS'fr .',S'4j''Ol Wt'Vcf i4
I 0l 1 001,1,1 I "IS I 001, '
57 . ri7t
11 SS ! 11 72,l 11 8.1
II SO I It 021 11 SO
11 :c 1 11 22m 11 v,
! 10 10 221-1 10 2,-.
! .' 1
Ii It 4U II lL',
I 11 10 I II 26 ,
S 20 ' S 25
II L'SI II
20 I 1
! 21 Ml
I 17 30
I 11 70
1 1 1 av.
I 11 30
I 10 20
Miaiglns, 4 isyiis.tis
were as follows:
winter patents. V t' 10
:r..' -ur 111;
"1 :,. i '
l'. Kl .i: V Feed or mixing
10 cl" l e malting. bMiCoc.
SEEOS Flax. No. 1 southwestern
No 1 northwestern, II 45. Timothv
C.over. VI 1. TO.
PROVISIONS Meats pork, per bhl.,
ti ijsiq. pei iw odis . ill tail;
nbs. sides (loose). SI IX Stj 11.50,
clear siaes looxeui, 111 til,l, 11 To.
Total clearances of wheal and flour were
eo.ua I to l'HOoO bu. Primary receipts weie
TtT.uuu bu.. compared with 73.1, tnai bu. the
corresponding day a year ago. Estimated
tecelpta for tomorrow: Wheat, bo ciia;
0111. 207 cars; oata. i'4 cars, hogs. 1H oo)
HI 'TTEft Siradv; creameries, 2.:t2sl-c;
Et JUS Steady; receipts. 4 400 caaes: ai
mark, can Included, loc; firsts, 10c; prime
111 ts. !mc.
4 H kiE-E -Strong ; daisies. i-iiC l.'ic .
iwlns, M-jiMktc; young Americas. 15'ii
c: long horns. lo'vjlSVc.
POTATOES Weak ; choice to fancy. 40'u
v. full- to good. 42u45c.
Wl LTRY-Steady; turkeys. 13c; chick
t us HrtH'TC springs, 17c.
VEAL Steady; 80 to 0-po, id weights, Scj
V. . r4) to Ki-puund weights, DglaHc; ki to
LO pound weights. VVtJlu'tc.
St. I.onla General Market.
ST. LOCIS. Mo.. Aug 1S.-WHEAT-Higher;
track. No 2 red. cash. tlO4HI0la;
No. 2 hard t!.2fMI; September, 1101';
CORN-Higher; track. No. 2 cash', HTc;
September. f.V; Oecember, Wsc; No. 2
1 AT8 Futures higher; cash, dull; track.
No. i cash. JTji-STWc; September. SfHajc; !
1 ember. c. No. 2 while. 0wc, nominal,
FI40L R stead , red winter patents S.S 00
4. 2a: extra fancy and straight. 4 70409 00,
uard winter alaara S4 764s6.
SEKI Tltnolby. SJ2isOi-iO
BR AN Higher; sacked, east track. II 01
HAY Higher; timothy. Ill Omsjii no. pr,,.
He. IU 5010 50.
IKON COTTON TIF.3-0c.
PROVISIONS P01 k. higher; lobbing,
I'l Lard Higher, prime and steam, til U
1 h i.iv a It meats. Iiighet . boae.1 extra
ahori,. IIIMU, clear ribs SlM.'i. shot.
112 00. Bacon, higher. boxd ritia
NF.W TORK OOGHAL MARKllT
tTgnotatlona of the Day on Varlooe
NEW YORK. Aug. 18. FLOUR Receipts.
27.WO bbls. ; exports, 6.400 bbls. Market held
higher with better demand. Mlnneaota pat
ents a5.904i.2.j; Minnesota bakers. S6.15&6.M).
old: winter patents. K.3oroi5 ,0, old; winter
straights. S6.aj5.tt, old: winter extras, 4 .60
tiit.&J. new; winter straights, 4 WUo 10, new;
winter patents, I4.40ru4.u0. new; .winter low
glades. S4. 40y 4. TO, new; Kansas straights,
S4.iji(ii 10. new. Ke flour, steady: fair to
good, 4 10ra4.3i; choice to fancy, 14.444. 50.
t. Oi;. M uA L Steady ; fine w hite and yel
low. SLtwrBi 06; coarse. 1.50ral.6a; kiln dried,
RYE Hull; No. 2 western, 76c, nominal,
f, o. b. New York.
BARLEY Quiet; feeding, 57c, c. 1. t. New
WHEAT Receipts, 28.000 bu. Spot market
strong. No. 2 red, new, 11.10, nominal, ele
vator, and tl.lDv f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Ituluth. old, $1.44, f. o. b. afloat;
No. 2 hard winter, new, $115, nominal,
f. o. b. afloat. The wheat trade waa more
or less excited today over renewed bullish
nop advices from the northwest and evi
dences of congestion in September at Chi
cago. Prices advanced 2 cents per bu. on
l.iavy coveting, but finally reacted a little,
closing unsettled at ISc to l',c net rise.
September closed at SllO'.a, Oecember at
I! )', and May at SI. 06 ,.
CORN Receipts. IS.aou bu. ; exports 2.460
bu. Spot market strong. No. 1 mixed, old,
sO'-jc, nominal, elevator, and (Ic, delivered;
No. 2. new. tKlc f. o. b. afloat. Option
market was without transactions, closing
c net higher.
OATS Receipts, 160.100 bu. Spot market
steady. Mixed. 20 to 32 lba., 4hc. nominal;
natural white. 24 to 112 lbs., 47VtJJOc; clipped
whue, 34 to 42 lba.. 62fj62VC.
HA 1 - I n 111. .No. H, i&utc, good to choice,
Hii'i-M tjiiiei; Bogota, tOVsi&vaiVtc ; Cen
trul Atti'tiia. ic.
LEATHER (Julet: acid. 2S8;l0c.
PROVlSloNS-Beef. firm; family. $14.00
U14.U. mesa. $1 l.tio'ij ll.iiO; beef bami. 24 UO11
00; packet, ll'J.iiaK 13.0"; city extra India
mepe. .20 MXU21.C0. Cut meata. quiet; pickled
l.rlltea. Slljii 13.00: pickled hams. $12 aoij)
13.00. Lard, atrong; western, $12 10412.20. re
fined, firm; continent. $12 40; South Amer
ica. 113.00. compound. $;.&tr(i7.75. Pork, firm;
tamliy. l ia;Zn; short clear. -l Ot 'dr.'J.iu;
niesa. $21.7.Vu22 it.
TALLOW Steady; city t$2 per package).
5 5-ltic: country .package free), 66-160J
RB'E Steadv; domeatle, fair to extra. 3
f.vc: Japan nominal.
BL'TTEll Firm; creamery specials, JTTV,'!
28c; official price. 27c; creamery extras, 27c.
CHEESE Steady; unchanged.
EGi S Irregular.
POFLTRT Alive, ateady; chickens. ISM
19c; fowls. IS.nlti'.ic: turkeys. 14c. Dressed,
steady; western broilers, 14tjf30c; fowls,
Kansas City (jrata nnd PrsTlalost.
KANSAS CITY. Aug IJ WHEAT Sep
tember. Su'c. sellers; December. W.J93Vc
bid; May. H'i; sellets. Csah: Milling, Sajpio
higher: other grades, lipjc higher. No. t
hard S1.0'Vl.Oti; No. 3 hard. jSl,cej.U; No.
2 red. S1074; No. I red. Sl.OtQl.OnA,.
CORN September. 61'atfo2c bid; Decem
ber, r..tlMVaC. seller,; May. 65Vf5SViC, ,ell
eis. Cash Wc to lc higher; No. 2 mixed.
iS'-yVilc; No. S mlxeil, 43uas:i,r; No. 2 white,
'vvistc; No i white, 6ii,'(j'4c.
OATS-l'nchanged, No. i' w nlte, 42.4lc;
No f mixed. 37c.
HA Y Unchanged, choice timothy. $10 503
11 00: choice prairK V &kii 7.7S . choice al
falfa. $13 OOr.JM 00.
Hl'TTER Creamery extras. !6c; firits,
23c: seconds. lie; packing slock. l!v.
EGGS Extras. t.c; firsts. 21c; current re
ceipts. lHc; seconds and duties. 12c; south
erns, loss off, 14c.
Wheat, bu ...IMtVal U4.0n0
Corn, bu 24 0 40 OO
Out a. bu 15,000 l.tM)
Kansas City options closed as follows:
Articles. 1 Open, I High- I Low. Close.
Am. Beat Sugar
Am. (tan pfd
Am. Car A Foundry
Am. t'orton Oil
Am. Hide A Lealhsr pfd
Am. lea Securiiloa
Am. Smaltlng A Raf
Am. Sugar Rat
Am. Tel. A Tel
Am. Tobacco pfd...-
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Goat Una
B. A O
Brooklyn R. T
Canadian Pacific .
Central of N. J
Che, A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago Oreat Western...
C. A N. W.
C. M. A St. r
C. O.. O. A St. L.
Colo. Fuel A Iron
Colo. A Southern ....
do lat pfd
do id prd
Delaware A lludaoa
I. A R. O
do )t pfd
do 2d pfd
Ureal Northern pfd
do Oregon ctfe
Illlnola ( antral
Inter. Marine prd
K. C. Southern
Ulnn. A 8t. L
Minn.. Si. P. A 8.
M . K. A T
National Biacult. .
National Lad ....
Kat'l R. R. of Met.
M T . Central
N. T . Out. A W
Norfolk A W.
Feet fl. Mail
P . C. C A 84 It. .. .
Pressed Steal ijar
Pullman Palaca Car ..
Railway Steel Spring
Roc, Island Co
M. LAsr td prd..
St Louie S. W
gluae Eherfleld a A i.
do pfd '
Teiaa A Paolrte
T.. Si L. A W
V. S laall. "
V S RuSber "'
I', a Steel
Vs. -Case. Chemical ....
o prd '.!!"!!"
Weetera t'aloo. . ,
W A Lake Erie
W 14,-onei n vwiitral...
Total sales tor toe day.
. 4, MO
1o eul. 6a
do ref. 4s
I olo. Ind pa -
olo. Midland 4 k.
Col.. rado A Sourhem
ref. and ext. 4,a . '
Del A It. ct. 4 ...l'W
D A K (I. 4s
do ref. 6a
niatllleni' 6a .
Krie prior lien 4a
do grn 4a
do cv. 4a. aenea A
do cr 4a. eerlca B
. . 1044,
. I'M A,
. . . .
4k 'saahoard A. L 4a.. kkw
J1," ' So. I'a.'irn- ml. 4a. . f l
I. 4a S, do ct. 41 l.ifa.
i do 1st ref 4
M V'n Railway 6a .
do gen 4a
I ti on Pacirir 4a
.1.". ci . 4a . . . .
do lat and ref. 4a
C. s Rubber la..
71 I f Steel it Sa . .
Da Va.-taro. I'hem. 6a
kA Wfthaah lat Aa
Ml, do lei an.1 ext. 4a
7 wst,rn Mil 4
ki, utirmh Klae
7ai, t,. ( eniral 4.
. .I' JW,
. 10, 1,
. . Mi,
l:. KS I nc
Cattle niiO.fis T.36.SV. 24.701
Hogs t.f.lS.93, 1.7M.V7
Sheep ttjf.25 tJoti.32i
The following tjhle shows the
price of hogn at Soul!t Onirtha for
several days, with comparisons:
i . bulls...
1 7 heifers
I 1 hull...
i4S '.s;2 i '"'"
Aug 1 .
Aug. IS. .
I 1909. 1H0S. K407. 1801). l!W5. 104. 10J.
I ti SO
t4i V 44
72 I i 41,
5 72i 6 M
.1 7t. 6 s
5 74' 6 W,
1 6 ;is
t 4 H4
Receipts and disposition nf live stock nl
the I'tiion siock NaiiiM. S.'iith Oinalia, .tb,
for twenity-iour houis ending ai j p. 111
Cattle. nog. Sheep. H'i b
2 steer,. .
1R cow s. . .
M 3 20
lloslon torka and Bunds.
BOSTON. Aug. 17.-Money, call Imtiis. 2',
iS per cent: time loans, 6'uo per cent.
losing quotations aven
Boston A Albany.
N Y , N. H A H
I nlon Pacific
Am. Arge. Chem . .
Am. Poeu. Tube...
Am. Tel. A Tel... .
Dominion 1. A a...
Kdlaon Kl. III
Iteneral Klet trlc. . . .
I'nlled Shoe kla.h.
V. 8. Steel
HHArli. Commercial 43'i
I'OS Atlantic MS
llk'kHu'te Coalition 264
.1K4 Calumet A Arlaona lOtl",
.M Calumet A Heels tM
llljl'. nrennlal 35
..31 Cupper Range ....
l'.l llaly Weal
IIOH Franklin 1H
4d, liranby In.,
. 1'iV., Ureene Cananea M
,i lal Rovale 17
.131 Meat , Mining is,
.L'f.i, Mlehlgan TV,
14o Montana c. A c 30
. i: l, Nevada 24'a
10 1, Old Dominion . 6
. 44"ki)aceola 145
.2.2 Parrot S2'4j
t Qulncy :
. 14V, tihannon 'Si,
. . 74 Tamarack 49
. . SS t'nlted Copper 10
. .150 V. S. Mining 4414
.. 4ki t . S. Oil It
. tuHt'tah 44V,
. . 7414 Victoria 4
. .IZ.'.' Winona 41,
.. 7V, Wllverlne 164
. . 4 North Buita 6tu
C M A St. P s h
Wabudh .1 1
I'nlon Pacific 1:4 20 2S
C. oi N. W. east 1"
C. tt N. W., west ..4 :s IS
C. St. P., M. At .... 1 i
C, H. A- ij.. e.t 17 3
C.. H. r 14. west ..l'V 12 4
C R. 1. & P., east . .. 3 1
t. R. I. A P.. west.. 1 2
Illinois Central 2 3..
C. U. W 2
Total f-ecelpts 242 !0 Hi
10.2 4 2. 16 cows . ..' M
10R'. 3 IS 4.1 cow s V14 S IS
ti S .10 14 cows 27 1 0
,I2M ! 40 4 heifers... Cf..' J
.Itoo 2 n 8 steers. ...12
. 90 3 40 22 cows 0ol 3 20
114.". 4 75
John Nash. Nebraska.
. 'tail 4 30
C. I. Walln. Nebraska.
. 040 4 26
J. R Hunter. Nebraska
... K 3 60 2 steer,. ...lilt. 4 0
.. W0 i A 1 bull 1420 3 0"
.. KM 00
..1120 3 60
... 907 4 00
A. .1. Abhott
...1213 4 M
A D. Silva Idaho.
.1076 6 00- 4 steers. .. : 5 00
Hood light and light mixed horjs
old a big 6c higher this morning and In
some cases possibly Hi 10c Uglier, nnd the
trade was fairly active on that hind of
Iiors. everything chaugii.g hands In pooil
season In the morning. On the other hand,
the heavy hogs were no more than stesdv,
while rough heavy packing hoas were ex
tremely hard to move, buyers rlalmlns
that titey were too high at this point and
that thev ought In consequence to sell
lower. Hogs of that description were the
last to sell and holders found It slow work
unloading ecu at lowei prices.
Todav's market carrier the murkel to the
highest point touched so far ibis month
so far as licht hogs are concerned.
ft cows. . ,
6 enw s. . .
t cow s. . .
rf steers. .
.'til W omnia
.154 W omnia
j 'M nmlng
' I1H V oinlllK
12 W oriilnn
; 225 W oniltig
1 12 S inning
I lilt (.4 l,li: TIK K MARKET
'tattle Hfrady tn Higher sheep and
. I.antha l.eiaer.
I (MIICAOO. Aug. 1. -CATTLE -Receipts
,17.000 head Maikel stradv to 10c higher.
.steeis. $...tVj7 7.-,, cows. $Mai6tn; heifets.
i $: .h4-ri 00; bulls. $1 tma4 s5; cales. J OOvff
75; stockers and feedets, .(.7iVtw 15.
lit HIS -Receipts 1H 00 head Mai kel 6'rT
,1:1c higher, choice heavy. $(Vif4l6; butch
ers. $X ik'ljS If.; liRlit mixed. $7.;.V,t7 ; choice
! light. $7..M0;. packllkkV. $7.4tkn-7.i; pigs.
1 $...5ios oil; bulk (f sales. $7.5ViJ.0
1 SHEEP AND LAM Its -Receipts. 22 W
head. Market 10H 15c lower; sheep. $4 2 rr
5 00; lambs, $. ii7.75; yearlings. l-'vOUWi 50.
flt live latnck Market.
CITY. Mo.. Aug H -CATT' K
Om;cha Packing Co 720 Ml
Swift and Company l.l:U 1.1M
Armour & Co 11.0.2 I,2!iJ
Cudahy Packing Co ,.I.IS. dm
Schwarls-Holon Co in
Krey Packing Co
46 . .
1 ss. .
I:1, f 'iirta hv
' i.'udahy, from K. C,
i W. B. Vansant Co..
Benton. ansHlit 6r
Hill i Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston at Co
J. B. Root & Co...
J. H. Bulla
L. K. Husz
McCreary A Carey.
II K. Hamilton
kOine, C. & S
New York Mining, Stocks.
NEW YORK, Aug. 17. Closing quotations
were as follows:
Alice 1SS Iadrllle Con 414
Brunawick con 1 l.inie Chief T
Cflm. Tunnel atock... 28 Meaiean 110
do bonda. ... .. It Ontario 324
Con Cel. A Va II' OslMr 13.
Horn Silver 70 Standard 140
Iron Silver ..145 , Yellow Jacket 110
Wool . Market.
BOSTON. Aug. 1H.-WOOL The move
ment to the mills In the local wool market
continued very heavy, with no recrasion of
prices. Manufacturers were not quib
bling as to rates, but are taking on sup
plies with apparent haste. The largest
dealings aie still in territory stocks, al
though a good demand Is reported In other
lines, while good sales are reported In
nulled Ismbs' wool and the foreign product.
The week's business was near the record
ar.d the largest In three year's. The lead
ing domestic quotations range as follows:
sv Domestic wool: Ohio and Pennsylvania
l (fleecea, XX. iolCc, X. 3334c: No. 1
an jwaahed, IcVfltlc; No. 2 washed. 40841c; fine
64V, j unwashed. 27p28c; fine unmerchantable. 30
43 'fj:ilc; half blood combing. SStrttic; three
lki eights blood, combing, 3;'i'5.16c; quaiter
154't blood, combing, S4o3ic; delaine, washed,
8"'b40c: delaine, unwashed, 33(ti34c. Mlchl
15,4 gan, Wisconsin and New Y'ork fleeces:
J1 Fine unwashed, 25ig2Hc; delaine, unwashed,
4'k Jl.ft;i2c: hlaf blood, unwashed. S4ffl SSc : ihraa.
?.llghts blood, unwashed, 84'jj3fc; quarter
blood. 33 t34c. Kentucky. Indiana and Mla-
isnurl: rhree-eights blood. 34c; quarter
blood. 32'(;3;ic. Scoured values: Texas, fine,
; twelve months, V.vi",c; fine six to eight
.months. to'o70c; fine fall. ."8'r60e. California,
I northern, o54ji7; middle county, 63itj,oc; fall,
free, 50'yf.2c. Oregon, eastern. No. 1 staple,
I72'g74c; eastern cleaning. o886Sc; valley. No.
1. bHaMp. Territory, fine staple, 75i7hc;
fine medium staple, !ti72c; fine clothing.
Itiva70c; fine medium clothing. OtWOiic; half
I blood. 7V69c; three-elghtha blood. ti4'gii7o'
quarter blood. 6f,4jXc. Pulled, extra. 7Kii
.74c; fine A. tiuytiSc; A supers, 5fto: A, !2c.
I ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Aug. 18 WOOL Un
changed; territory and western mediuma,
23ro2oc; fine mediums, 22&24c; fine, lajjiac.
. 1. 60)
Ji a 1,
I lf l.T 19 kR
h I $12 B.'hu12.!)0
Sheep, i sa..
1 .:v 1 j ' .
tn . .
" I 41..
I so .
I s .
. . 2!l
...ii,60:i 6.027 14.232
CATTLE Receipts of cattle this morning
numbered 213 cars, making the total for the
week to date 16.000 head, a gain of over 1,000
head as compared with last week, but a
falling off of 3,000 head as compared with
a year ago. ,
There was a good demand for beef ateers
and the market, as a whole, waa In a good
healthy and entirely satisfactory condi
tion as far as selling interests were con
cerned. Buyers were out In good season
and they bought ihe desirable killers, both
cornfeds and westerns, at prices that were
atrong to 10c higher than yesterday. Good
westerns sold as high as $5.76, while corn
feda touched tC 40. the highest price paid
so far this year, and the highest of any
time since Pepiembcr of last year, when
$7.50 was paid.
Cows and heifers -were also In very fair
demand and the desirable kinds sold in
about the same notches as yesterday.
The best feeders commanded good, strong
prices and the trade waa fairly active on
that kind. On the other hand, light and
Inferior grades were slow to a little lower.
(Juotaitons on cattle: Oood to choice
cornfed steers. W.fkVu.nO: fair to good coin
fed steers, $6. 3045. 90; common to fair corn
fed steers. $5,005'. 30: good to choice range
steers. $5.00(35.76; fair to good range steers,
$4 60e6 00; common to fslr range steers,
$X7nJf4 60; good to choice cows and heifers,
$4.0006.25; fair to good cows and heifers,
$3.2oir4 00; common to fair cows and heif
ers. $1.7533 25; good to choice stockers and
feeders. $4 2f.Cf5 55: fair to good stockers and
feeders. $3.75(3 4 .26: common to fair stockers
and feeders. $3.00ft3.75: stock heifers. $2.768
S.50; vea! calves. $3.otVj7 00; bulls, stags,
No. At. Pr. No. At. pr.
. .tl :o
fifty double decks
7 J '.
7 6 '.
T T M
. . .'JSi
. . . 76
. . 204
. . . Ifti
. . 7 94
stated of rangers, about half feeding atock
from Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.
A better tone to the market was notloe
able from the opening In practically every
branch of the trade. Early aales of fat
sheep, particularly wethers, appeared even
aa much aa a dime higher In one or two
cases, but top salea, aa la always the case,
are not to be taken aa a true reflection of
the condition of the bulk of the trade. The
general market, however, waa In very fair
condition and Is quotable as steady to u
shade higher than yesterday. A band of
fat wethers from Montana sold early ai
Quite a respectable string of fat lambs
were included among the offerings and
they commanded generally firm prices.
The Inquiry was reasonablly good and while
the trade could not be described as very
active, still supplies changed hands In fa'r
season. One or two salea, perhaps, were a
trifle higher than yesterday, but strong
spots were not numerous enough to war
rant a boost of quotations, and most values
ruled about steady.
There was no change of any consequence
In feeder trade. Aa was noted above, a
good portion of supplies consisted of thin
stock, but buyers were plentiful and most
sales tickets carried generally steady fig
ures. Both feeding lambs and sheep con
tinued In good demand and fluctuate very
llttlu from day to day.
Quotations on fat sheep and lambs: Oood
to choice cut lambs. $7.867.85; fair to
10.000 head. Including 2.300
southerns. Market strung to 10c higher;
choice export and dressed beef steers, $ii o
tjti.iio; fair to good. $4.50.r(H 50. western
steers. $3 5r,it;. t; stockeis snd feeders. $3.00
415.50: southern sleeis. $3.2i'u4 76; southern
cow s. $2.5o.u;l SO; native row s, $2 35444 66;
native heifer s. $3.10.tit 60. bulls. $2.75413 M.
i calves. $3.00417.25.
I HOOS Receipt . 6.600 bead Market 6e
! Iiighet; top. $7.35; hulU of sales. $7.75437 JO.
heavv. $i WViii 5. pickers and butchers.
1 $7.7:.7.!5; light. $7 4iW7!'0; pigs. $gni7.40
I SHEEP AND LAM BS - Receipts. 4.000
I head Market steady; lambs. $4 007.50.
I yearlings $4MVtt5I.V wethers $4 0OW5W.
lews. $i.50.(i4 76; stockers and feeders. $3 00
41. l oots I. lac attack Market.
JIT. Lot IS. Aug IS. 4 'ATTLE Re
ceipts. 6ta head, including 1.400 Texans;
market for natives lower; Texans higher;
native shipping and export steers, $6 600'
7 25: dressed beef snd butcher steer. $5 $0
'06 40: sleets under 1.000 pounds, $4.25tT5 15.
stockers snd feeders. $l54it4lk; cows and
heifers, fcl.2ftnTti.4A; catiners. $1 75'd2 25: bulls.
$3.25 ii 4.50, calves. $5 2Vtt7 50; Texas and In
dian steers, $2.ii04jti.30; cows and heifers.
Hons -Receipts. S 000 head; market
sleadv : pigs and lights. $4.26:fi44.00: packets.
$7 7Wfi7.!;.: butchers and best heavy. $7.!kVf
SHEEP AND I4A MRS -Receipts. 6.20
head; market steady; native muttons. $3 60
4 .50; lambs. $ tkVti'7 40; culls and bucks.
$2.5tJi4 75; stockers, $S 00tfU T5.
St. .Inaepta I.lwe Stock Market.
ST. jOSEI'H. Agg. IR CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4.O1K) heudt market active and
steadv; steers, $4.iri7.2.".; cows and heifer.
$2.6tkiit,.X); calves. $3.u&7 00.
HOUS Receipts. 5,(aa) head: market
strong tn 5c higher; top, $7.96; bulk of sales.
SHEEP AND LA M RS Receipts, 1.000
head; market weak to 10c lower; lamb.
4li.oi City Lire Stock Market.
SIOPX CITY. la.. Aug. 18.-(Speclal Tele
grams. CATTLE Receipts. 800 head; mar
ket steady; stockers 10c lower; beeves. $4 25
lt7 15; grass cows. $3 Orr-pft 00; feeders, $4.00'rji
(0.25: yearlings. $3 0ve4 00
not., Receipts, 4 luu nead; mat kef ,v
higher; range of prices, $7.36((j7.70; bulk of
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live atock at the six principal
western markets yesterdsy were as follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheer
South Omaha 4.600
Sioux fit 800
St. Joseph 4.000
Kansas City lO.OOO
.41.400 25.200 44,200
NEW YORK. Aug. 18. The cotton mar
ket opened steady at an advance of f-JJS
points, with the active months selling
about &7T10 points net higher on. firmer
cables than expected and very bad reports
from ihe southwest concerning excessive
temperatures. Dealing was very heavy
around 12.37c for December and Ihe market
later sold off 6 or 7 points from the best,
but waa steadied by a renewal of demand
from the same strong spot, people who ap
peared to be buying lata yesterday, and
during the middle of the morning ruled
about 3Co4 points net higher.
ST. LOl'IS. Aug. 18. -t.'OTTON-Steady ;
middling. 12,c: sales none, receipts none;
shipments, 573 bales; stock. 12.68$ bales.
Herbert LGooch Co.
Brokers and Dealers
aBavnr. oyiwot. itooii
Onjaaa Of float tlO $f. T. tlfe Bins,
all Telephone, Bou(1aa 4$L ..
UUepsnAent, aV-aill am A-tltl
Oldest ana Largest House la lbs aVata.
1.472. ks) (harea,
Lnaelnn Stork Mnrket.
uunuvN. Aug. llAr
September December .
September December .
I 84',' Wi,; Mt4- VWA
I Si S2 I UH
1 w, w j r...
1 1 '
61V 62', Sit, 4lB
62",a6J 53S 6:'S 53A
t44e 60S. 4a Ci'.A
Point over vester.
l.lverpeol tirnln nnd Provisions.
LIVERP4JOL. Aug 1$ WHEAT Spot.
No. 2 red western, winter, nominal, fu
tuies. firm; September, is 3S,d. December.
7s 7d: March, ts sd
CORN Spot, new American mixed via
Galveston, stead). 4s Hd: futures, steady.
September. 5s ld. lctober. 5a 4",d
Peoria 44 rain
PEtlRl AT Aug II -eliow.
rn'xc; No. 3.
OATS Higher; No white,
wlilie. i'nijaV, No. 4 white,
the cir,.i.. .
market here toda. i ' '
and at noon th. i. "u "tarn
prlcas from 1,'a. of
day s New York closing.
"Mimwu L-iueillg; Slocks.
MSM , K. A T
H"t Norfolk A W
1-, do prd
I' -1, Ontario A W
', Raa.j Mi nee
l. Snot hern R .'.
4, do prd ...
' .?.-v''l4rn Pacifte
l4a I a lea Pacllm....
O", to pM .
"v. g stM. ;;..;.
" o pr, ...
4S do pfi ..,
'4. Soaniah a.
parity. Lter values
Baltimore A Ohio..
CheaapMke A O .
1 huagti O W
1T1I , Mil A 44. P
Da Bear, .
llenaer A RIs U .
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Oraod Trunk .. .
II. mora Central .
NEW YORK. Aug. 18 METALS The
market for tin was firm today on the ad
vance In London, and after the call there
waa a sale of 25 tons. .September, at fcio.10.
The closing prices follow: Spot and August,
- Sioao.07'.,; September and October, $30.01)
Ht.w.-u; iteceniDer. 4-w. 1111 30. 40. The London
market closed steady, with spot quoted at
1:14 ,s 6d, and futures at 137 12s 6d. The
market tnv standard copper was quiet, wllh
sales ot only 25 tons for December delivery
at $13.00 reported on the New York Metal
exchange. Closing prices follow: Spot,
11.' tt(fl u 65; August. $U.0ff 12.86; September.
12.65; October. $12 rkra 12.85; November.
December. $13 Oufaia 02W. In the
London market copper was firm at Jl5 12s
nil ror spot, and at 00 lis 3d for futures.
Local brokera quoted lake at $13.12V4jS 1S.S7W,
a.tviiuijiit: at iii wo i. U4, and casting at
$12.75'ol2 87',. Lead closed ateady at $4.35(f
i w for New York spot delivery, and at $4 25
iiiu tor cast 151. 1.0UI. salea arter the call
A).000 lbs. September, at $4.46 , 300.000 lbs
4.teiooer. at $4.4714. both at New York. Lon-
aon closed at 12 His. Spelter was quiet
"u aniiieiy nominal tor .atew York rle lv
ery. with spot quoted at $5.S0. bid. East St.
Louis. The London market was unchangcj
at 1-2. The English Iron market was
higher at 50s 7i.,d for Cleveland warrants
No further change waa reported locally
No. I foundry, northern, $17.50i 18.0U; No '
$17.00'ol7 .50, No. 1 southern and. No. 1 south
ern, soft. $17.75"ilS.S5
ST. LOl'IS. Aug 18 METALS Lead
quiet at $4.2ifj4.30. Spelter, higher, at $5 7u.
NEW YORK. Aug 18. COFFEE Mar
ket for coffee futures opened steady at
unchanged prices to an kwlance of & points
in response 10 the gain of franc In the
French market and scattered covering
"uaui ..-. iciKii.rtjr easy, selling utf 0'
points In the absence of prompt buyers i
but the balance of the list held steadv
and at one time ruled 5 to 10 points I
higher. The close waa a little ..tt t 1
111, Ihe best, but steady net 5 points lower 10 1
73', 6 pointa higher. Part of the businea. was:
9'a I SW Itclllnw with the fotul unlet. SD ........ . i
STJ I SxrZ 77 YV ail
( CZ5 1 ROCK f i Wl ,
I Island ' y 1
T1IE BEST HOUR
THE BEST TRAIN
THE BEST WAY
IfrlA Salle Station
IN TMt HEART Of CHICAOOS
BUSINESS H SHOPPING
DIVISION PASS EN GER AdT.
Hth ST., OMAHAeNEB.
au..o4) nags. August sold at 6 80c. Sepiem-
oer. 5.4 i( .iiOC . liecembei . 5 25U6. 30-; March,
5 :k.c. Spot market, quiet: Rio No. 7. 71 j
4i7V,c; aaruos No. 4. v,Dc. mild, quiet
The rata of discount in the
for short bills Is 11.au. VJ h "fl mr'
'S Pr cin'u ""
OimfBtlnriK turn...., a ..
"tiRN-Higher No. 2 j New York Life bii:dtag Ooaaha:
7oc; No. 4. 69c, no Atm,. Kek. Municipal U
fi.eahv Pa.kltia ( o . . .
?c .No I 1 4'ra..or pa.khg 10 4Sall . .
$7'C, No i Celuaikua. Neb. g L 6a le-k
Vniak, lire gngma 4a .1.4
Burna. jr . 414
, I'.. ,
1 ,) in.
.41 Innenpolla l.raln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 1 - WH EAT-hrp-tember,
$i.u0'( 1 01 : l.ecetnber. s7:tc il.v
$I01,; cash. No 1 hard. $J,it, No I north
ern. $1 36. No. ? northern. $l.:al 33, 0
H nortnern. $1 J.l 2!)
KI. AX Closed at $1 444,
H RAN In I'M) lb. sacks. $:0 50
rLlU R ITir.l r,at-...ia ......... .
........ ,,. f... ..i.. e no hi. tiec-i
ond tistents. t,. ftrJt 10 firm ci... . u .rr,
.1.-. eeti.ina clears, ao. d.. tr.i 0.1.
Ilnlntk tirnln Markrt.
DI LI TH Aug is - WHEAT- .-.epremlte,
$1 tt.'; Dteenilter. :i,c; Mi) i 1). . u 1
in.rtlierri $1.22. No 2 no'thtrn. $1 JO.
Why do you pay rent?
Tin money you pay as rent rcprcRonts tluj owner's profit on
his investment. His investment in probably the result of thrift
and savinji:. If lie ran own a piece of property arid make money
on it why can't you.
Today the real estate dealers will aiivertise a larjfe list'nf
desirable henes that you can buy with a small payment down
and the balance like rent. Prices are .steadily advancing.
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