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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1909)
Tin; nr.K: omaha. Wednesday, ai:utnt 2 iw.
IRA1N AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat ii Furrow and Price Are lit
tle Changed. '
I ti"i thrrn. II V,lt 1 Op,; N I northern,
K,'Sr; No 2 northern.
l'l...-i'lo--d m 1 44
WHAN-ln hulk. $19 ?'r,i Jn 00
KLM"lt Kltat patents. fi Itn, & .", : iniii1
patents. lV);(fi; fIRt clcsi. MK)ti;
second clears. $.1.46.
WKATHUR l TIIK t.Bl BR1.T
TRADIKQ MOSTLY BY THE BEAfiS'r.ir d
fJnod HarTtilf Art Reparteil tram l.ev-t-alltlee
Wlfrr Kew Mtfki Ago
lleavleet Dmai t'amvlatai
Were trait Uat.
OMAHA. Auk 24. 1909
The wheat matket r narrow today.
.Vrtree were Utile ehanred. n new n
rearer and trading light and mostly
vn tha bear aid. Otiod yleMa are being
i sported In lorallttea where a few week
ao the heaviest damage complaint were
reoelved. It la the opinion of the beat
trader that valuea are too high to admit
rx port In and eventually they will have to
f-fk lower levela.
The nea rontinuea bullish In the corn
belt and aevera damage la reported. Fpec
iilmive pressure, however, la too heavy
and 'prlcea are not allowed to advance
Wheat wa easy again today, with no
(tr at rhanae. but the tone of the market
la lower and ftradually lower pilf-ea era In
Oiden The buying aide of the market ha
t ot had any etipport for enme time Mid
lt;i receipt Increasing the csh whtat
should s.ek lower levela.
Fuither complaint In the southwest corn
Country held the corn market ateady and
rseti corn brought better prlcea during the
day than yesterday. tmne very serious re
pine are being received and If the dry con
ditions art not relieved higher prlcea are
Primary wheat receipts were MI.OOD bush-
stid Nhlpnienta were 701. mm lunis,
against receipts, laaf year of 716 000 bushels
and shipments Of 7.000 buahela.
Primary corn reteipta were 422,000 bush
els and shipments were V""0 bushels,
against receipt last year of 739 000 buahela
and shipments of al9V)0 buahela.
'learaticea were iJ.otiO buahela of corr.
4.000 nuxhcle of oala and wneat and flour
equal to 91,00 hushWs.
Liverpool closed STld lower on wheat
and d lower on coin
born I range ot options.
Articles. j'Open. High 1 Low. Cloae. Tes'y.
Yheat- I I I I
Hept... t St I IK), 90S l1
lec.... 117 87H I 7' 17 V CT'-i
Sept...' SxVt Re- ry i m W
Dec.... b2 US 63H M
Bept.;. ITiV M'- W MS
Lec.... XVi So1 23V, 33 V 33Vi
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Ha mm in.
Oaasha Caab Frloe.
WHEAT No. t hard. ,.Wr7Hc: No. t
hard. Ktyiwo; No. 4 hard. 9r.-(f90o; No. I
prlng, WfiOTc; no grade, 82i7J'9c.
I'OllN-No. t, .HiS4ci No. 1. 63c; No. 4,
t2'V"; No. t yellow, SlVic; No. t yellow,
W.attMHo; No. 2 white, c; No. I white,
OATS No. 3 mixed. S7&S9c: No. 1 yellow,
SMliC'o; No. 1 white, 40c; No. 4 white, tttf
neaday ter Mailt (
OMAHA. Neb.. Au. 14, 109.
LochI ahowera occurred within the laat
twentv-four hour In the northwrat. moun
tain districts, the upper Mlraourl and upper
MiiM!tlppl valleye ard upper iJike region,
and continue In the lJke Superior region
thla morning. Ilea y ralna have fallen at
polnla In the fjulf alatea. and unaettlcd
rondltlnna atlll prevail throughout the weat
tlulf atatea thla morning Very warm
weather again prevailed over the central
valleva and weat to the mountalne during
Monrtav. 104 waa recorded at Culberteon,
nd 100 at Kalrbury. Neb. Temperaturea are
higher in the Mtaelailppl valley and
throurhou the eaatern and aouthern atatea
thla morning, but cooler weather prevail
throughout the weat. and it wilt be allghOy
cooler In thla vicinity tonight, with fair
tonight and Wedneaday.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the curreeponding day of
the laat three yea re.
19"9 190 1907 190
Minimum temperature .. 3 iij
Precipitation 00 T .04 .01
Normal temperature for today, 78 degree.
I'rflnenry In precipitation alnca March 1,
Kxceaa for corresponding period In 1J08,
.09 of an Inch.
Deficiency for corresponding period In
1907. e.OS inchea.
L. A. W'ELRH, Local Forecaster.
'ore and Wheat Rrgjlon Balletla.
For Omaha, Neb for the twentv-fottr
hours ending at 8 a. m., 75th meridian
time, Tuesday, August 34. 19IS:
Statlons. Max. Mln. fall. ky.
Ashland, Neb 9S a T Clear
Auburn. Neh 98 Mi . .00 Clear
Broken Bow. Neb. 97 3 . .00 Clear
Columbus, Neb... 9 7 .00 Clear
ICulbertaon. Neb.. lot 70 .00 Clear'
Falrburr, Neb.. ..100 6 .00 Clear
Fairmont, Neh... W M .On Clear
Or. Island. Neb.. 95 67 . 00 Clear
Harllnglun. Neb. 84 70 T Clear
Hastings, Neb.... W 8 .00 Clear
Holdrcge, Neb... 98 7 0 Clr
Oakdale. Neb 90 (7 .00 Clear
Omaha, Neb K 68 .no Clear
Tekamah. Neb... 93 4 .35 Clear
Alta. la 98 7 .00 Clear
Carroll, la 91 T. .00 Clear
Clurlnda. Ia 9 l6 .00 Clear
Klbley, Ia W B7 .21 Clear
Sioux city, la... W 70 T Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
rlod ending t a. m. Not included
0PEira?O MOVEMENT IRREGULAR
Friu-tloaal Chaagea Are 9ooa Tarned
lata Kahalaatlal I.oaaea, After
Which There Waa a
fund- titand.itd silver dollars In general
fund, 4iill,lt7J. Current liabilities, I01
7. uoiklng balnnca in treasury offices.
I.'i 411 676 ; in banlta to credit of treaaury.
3 !Mr4.(.S.BI; subsidiary silver coin. 3-Vi,7f.71ri,
minor coin. t2 0t.vio; tulal balance In gen
eral fund, 3-'is,:l.5!'$.
i. (to; No. . V&SStc.
Wheat Corn. Oata
ii3 m u
67 txt 19
ft, I, ago ....
IMIIAHO ORA1N AND PROVISIONS
Keatarea of h Tradlaa; and Cloalagt
Prlcea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. 24. Lower cables and
further dnoilnea of prices ot caeti wheat at
the principal grain centers In the country
caused weakneaa in tha wheat market here
today. Final tlgurea were unchanged to
ytuva lower, compared with yesterday s
close. Colli and yrovialona closed strong,
and oata firm.
The wheat market experienced aeveral
short periods' of firmness at different times
nurlnij tne day, but in general aentiment
in the pit wa bearish and prlcea the greater
part oi the ilme ranged below yeaterday'a
iinal quotations. Ha (Ileal declines in the
price if wheat at the leading Kuropean
gialn centers and the oontlnued declining
tendency of cash prlcea hare in thla coun
try were tha principal bearish factors. U.
Louis reported cash wheat lo lower, and
much of it waa left Unsold. Sample table
prices hue were also off from He ' to Is.
Receipts ui new wheat at Minneapolis to
il a y were 123 cara, and although acattered
ralna were reported throughout North Da
kota last night, the movement of the
spring wheat crop ia expected to Increase
daily- Thrashing reporta were again- of the
moat optimistic character. Tha September
delivery during the day ranged between 97 o
and 88o, while December aold between 9:Ha
and 94c. The market eloaed easy, with
September at 97H4j7o, and Deoember at
The coin market waa strong tha entire
day, with the exception of a short period
at the beginning. . The market closej
Itrong. with prloea up WVC to tac.
The trade In oata waa Influenced by the
f vsh advance In corn prices, ahorta In tha
May delivery covering freely all day. The
market closed firm, .with prlcee o to
c nigner man yesterdays close.
Provisions closed unchanged to 30o higher.
lie Its ding futures ranged aa follow.
No. of Temp. Rain.
Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inches.
Chicago. Ill 3S as T
Columbus. 0 17 80 88 .00
ties Moines. Ia.... 13 90 M .01
Indlanapnlla, Ind.. 12 m .00
Kansas City. Mo.. 31 W l .00
Louisville. Kv 18 90 00 .00
Minneapolis, Minn. 24 84 64 .18
Omaha, Neb 18 84 M .01
St. Louis, Mo 13 92 82 .00
Light local showers were scattered over
the Omaha, Des Moines and Minneapolis
districts within the last twenty-four houra.
Much warmer weather prevailed through
out the corn and wheat region Monday.
I.,. A. Wr.lmt,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Qnotatlona of the Day oa Varlooa
tons modi ties.
NEW YORK. Aug. 34. FLOUR Receipts,
41 Mi) hhls : exports, 8.500 bbls.; the mar
ket was quiet and unaettled; Min
nesota patenta, 3S.75.2r4.26: winter atralghta.
S49M1.10. new; Minnesota bakers, 15.15
ipn.&o. oio; winter extras, it.issirs.w;
winter patents. 8T .905.60, new; winter
low Blades, 34 40j4.7u, new; Kansaa
atralghta, 84.roTi.lO, new. Rye flour steady;
fair to good, 4.iN&4.25; choice to fancy,
CORN MEAL- Rarely ateady; fine white
and yellow, . 31.Gtrtfl.5; coarae, $1.50tf 1.&5;
kiln dried. 33.78.
UYK Dull; No. t western, 7tc, nominal.
f. o. b. New York.
BARLEY Dull; feeding, s7c, nominal, e.
I. f., New oYrk.
' WHKAT Receipts, 82,000 bu.; exports,
31,000 hu.: spot market.' ateady-. No. 2 red;
new. 31.07. elevator: No. 3 red, new, 31 10,
f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern. Duluth,
NEW YORK, Aug. 24. -Operations In the
stock market today were governed largely
bv the circumstances attending the arrival
of E. H. Harrlman. Almost all other con
siderations and faotors were overshadowed
by thla one event.1 It waa In truth a
waiting market, waiting for word, good,
had or Indifferent, concerning the distin
guished passenger of the trans-Atlantic
liner. The "Street" was showered all dav
with bulletins recording the progress if
the ship towards port and eorne encourane-.
ment waa manifested in a wireless mes
sage seit by the railroad magnate to the
Associated Press some hours in advance
of his landing, wherein he spoke of his
conditions ss being good and reltereated
his statement of June 1, last, the substance
of which was that the country waa going
forward In a highly satisfactory manner.
Opening prices were n reflection of the
uncertain undertone. The movement was
Irregular with fractional changes In many
of the better known Issuea, which were
soon turned to substantial losses. From
thla low level there was rally and some
activity, until noon, when announcement
of the regular dividends on Cnton, Pacific
common and nreferred. and Southern I -
clflo common gave the shorts snother excuse
to sell those stocks. Kecovety was very
rapid, however, and by 1 o clock practi
cally the whole list was above the pre
vloiia dsV'a best prices. Reading and
1'nlted States STfel were the most con
spicuous Issues, the latter advancing to
within a fraction of Its recent high rec
ord. T'nion Pacific and Consolidated Oas
had advanced materially with later move
ments In Erie and National Lead. The
market as a whole was rather narrow
and with a marked diminution In tha vol
ume of business. Firmness prevailed dur
ing the final hours, with some revival of
tha earlv actlvitv. but the close wss dull
and generally lower than on the previous
dav. Among the few exceptions weje
Canadian Pacific. Denver and Rio Oranrta,
KeadinK and Wabash, among tne ranroans
an, T'nitnd Ktatea fttee I. Consolidated ua,
Rrooklyn Union Qas. National i-eao: ano
tha local tractions, all of which reglaterert
net gains. Ixindon'a operations here were
too trifling for comment, probably less
than 100 shares either way. The commnd-
Itv markcta were again unsettled at Chi
oago. September and December wheat op
tions cloKlna lower. Corn was up on buy
ing, said to be Influenced by better weather
conditions In the southwest An acknowl
edged authority renortcd that available
supplies of wheat stocks east of the Rock'
uu tian increaaen nv n.wi.iAju ounn'-m. uui-
Ing the past week, with a decrease or
ortaonn hnshels In Canada. Interesting In
dustrial news of the day noted an advance
by one of the independent mius oi i per
ton In steel bars. It Is believed that this
move will he followed by other manufac
turers. The local monetary situation wai
extremely dull and uninteresting.
The bond market was irregular m f"'1
ih iik iha movement In stocks, iota
dIm rr valup. 12 9H7.000. United Status
Number of sales ana leaning quoiaiiuus
on atocka today were as follows:
8r York Mosey Market.
NKW YORK", Aug 24 MONK.Y-On call,
steady at 2MJJ1 Per rent; ruling rata.
ler cent ; closing Lid. i' per vent; offered
st 2S Per cent. T.me loans, very dull;
sixty dsys. 2Vu fer cent; ninety days, i
tjt't P'T cent: six inontbs, 4 per ceni.
PR1MK MERCANTILE 1'APKK 4'(!ft
STF.nLINCI EXCHANOE-Pteady. wlih
actual business In bankers' bills at $4 8i.(5
i4.N'-40 for stxtv-day bills and at 84 for
demand; commercial Mils, II Mt4.8.
HILVKH-Har, Blc; Mexican dolUrs. 44c.
ftoNHS Uovernment, ateady; railroad, Ir
regular. The following are tbe closing quotations
on stocks and bonus:
17. 8. rl. U. r... ii-H Int. v,t. tH
4s coupon 10 k Int. U M. 4Hi
I. 8. . n( lllJupaa 4i ,
...US is, tvta
...nw g, r. so. irt it
...UI L. R (-. s mi...,
... L N. unl. 4a
..ldik'M , k. a T. 1st 4s.
4a.l( io sn. 4S.
... K'i Ma. 1'aciflg il
...U- N. U R ot M. 4Wi
new. 311 .
nominal, f. o. b.. afloat; No. 2
A-tlcie. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Ys'd.
W beaTI i j i
.pt. 97Mi S 7 7S84 88
Dec. ' M494ls WH 93'4,,94'4 9444
May - jOT'sffiH - D1 sklWKa1 369St
Corn I- i
Kept. K'tjtTV 6i
Dec. -o'S KiSI WrS B5'A
May - !&7V7 &3 M IV 57
Sspt. liMVIf-S 7 !Wk 30i9Ts SH
May XjAi S)H Sv 3S
Dec. wtrxwn wh H 3H
8..pt. a 47V4I 23 60 22 25 23 40 22 40
Jan. 17 50 17 tffe 17 40 17 66 17 35
Sept. 12 00 13 ir. 12 00 12 13H 11 90
Oct. 11 9S 12 10 11 92Vi 12 10 11 97 4
Nov. 11 M 11 (7H 11 58 11 9T 11 55
Jan. 10 ST, U rW 10 85 13 86 10 25
tet.-'- 11 874 11 th, n n v 11 ny
Oct. 11 45 11 62 11 4JH 11 U 11 40
Jan. 9 15 t 27 15 9 3TV U
cash quotstlons were aa f olio we-
FLOl'll-KIrm; winter patenta, 34 8XJ
8 25; stralghta. 34a5.44); spring patenta,
85 T005 M; atralghta, Jt.7&y5.5, bakers. U.St
41 4. 90.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 50Wc; fair to
choice malting, G9&44C.
HK EDS Flax, No. southwestern, 11.37; No.
I northwestern, 81.46. Timothy, 83.76.
PROVIfeloNS-Pork. mesa, per bbl.,
VI 404133 40. Lard, per 100 lbs., 31317V,. Short
riba. aides looee, 311. 6011.30; short clear
aldea tboaed), 313. 12W3 12. 36.
Total clearances of wheat aad flour were
m. ou. jrnmary receipts were iM.OOO bu
compared with 718. 0o0 bu. tbe correspond
nig aay a year ago. The world's visible
suiipiy. aa snown ay vradatroat'a. Increased
s.t7 (W0 bu.
Estimated reeelpta for tomorrow: Wheat,
31 care: corn, ISO earn; oata, 253 cars; bogs.
blJTTEH Ptrotlg; ' creainertea. 34astc:
aalrlea 31HBfhc. ' .
EOtiU Receipt. 10,3m case. Market
steady; at mark, cases Included, l$3uc;
prim flriKS, 2H, .
I'HEEfiB-nrm; "' dalales, 1'4?180:
twins. UltA14o: Young America, liVjJJ
l;ic: Kng barns. 15Vti7l6a.
POTATOEWieady; rhoica to fancy. 68
jhtJU l fair - tuw
POCLTaY-Pteady; turkeys. Uc: ehlck-
ena. MWc: aprlngs, Lao,
VEAL-Hteady; M to 80-lb. weights. fi
o: 00 to tVJU weights, W!M0Uc; 88 to
Mreraoel flrala Market.'
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 94 -WIIICAT No. 3
rea. western, winter, nominal. futuraa.
nulet: lernber, ta ld; December, 7a4H"i
March. 7s d. ,
CORN-baot. new. American, mixed, via
oalvaaton. steady at ad. Kuturea, oulet!
nepivinw, iw, i ajsriooery se asd.
MILWAUKEE. 1 , Aug.
1v. . --. -
HKAT No. t northern. 3l 416: Sea
Faarta Market. - '
PEORIA. Aug H-CORN Steady; No.
yellow. 7tiio; -No. 3. iOVC. No. 3. rOc: No.
4. sref no grade. f7o.
ATi- Hiefier: siandard. 37r; No.
whi.e. J7tfj;!,r: -Na. I red. J7o.
Mlssesall tsrala Market.
MINN AhM.ll! Aug; 34 . WHK4T "er.
obv. V r; 1 . .-nilier M.i. j
:c. t-Vshi No, 1 kj-d, miljiie. No.
hard winter, new. 81.1014. nominal, f. o. b.
afloat. After showing weakness most of
the day because of lower cables, better
weather than waa expected In the north
west and bear pressure, wheat had a
sharp late rally on local covering and
closed unchanged to c net lower. After
noon reporta of hard atorma and frost In
the northwest helped the late upturn. Sep
tember cloeed at 11.07; December closed at
lltti7: May closed at n.044.
CORN Receipts, 1.100 bu.; spot market
firm; No. 2, 80HO, nominal, and. Sic (sales),
delivered; No. 3, tta f, o, b., afloat, new
Ontlon market waa without transactions
closing io net higher. September closed
at75Hc: December cloeea at eea.
OATS Receipts, 148. iw ou.; spot market
easy; mixed. Z to S3 IDs., new, nominal;
natural white. 28 to 33 lba.. 42&44c; clipped
white, 34 to 42 lbs., new, 4.iyiH.c.
HAY Steady. No. 8, IbudOa; good to
HOPS Dull; atata common to choice,
1908, li19c; 1807, nomiual; Pacilio ooaat,
1904. 14'Ul7: 19U7. llwltc.
HIDEO-Steady: Bogota, juo; central
LEATHER- bteady; acid. JSOs:.
PROVISIONS Heef, steady, family. 314. 00
S14 50; mess. 8)1 .00411.60; beef hams, 324.00
28 00: pscket. 312.6013.00; city extra India
mess. 220.504721.00. Cut meats, steady: pick
led bellies. 3)2.5013.00; pickled hams, 812.00
(118 00. Lard, firm; western, 312.4012.60;
refined strong; continent, tij.w; eouin
America, 313.26; compound, 37.WXtT7.75. oPrk.
firm; family, 22 0Cu Z2 50: short dear, 321.00
(Q?iX; mesa. 321.75(8 22. M.
TALbU w ateaoy ; city tz per pacaagei,
8 6-K; country (package free), 5 6-18 J
RICK yuiet; oomesuo. zt0tvtc; japan,
BUTTKlt f irra; creamery extras, zoio;
western Imitation creamery, firsts. Xic
CHEESE Steady; atate, full cream spe
KUOB-irregular; western extra iirsts, Z4
rT2bc; western firsts, 22$f23c; western sec
rUlLlni Alive, sieaoy; onioaens, Lmtt
19o; fowls, 17tBl7V4c; turkeys, l4o; dressed
met; Drouers, western, wuio; lowia, lbs
tt. Lawts Cieaeral Market.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24. WHEAT Lower;
track. No. 2 red, cash, 81 WWUl-WH: No. 3
hard, tl vuvvosvk; ueptemoer, ViVic; Decem
SORN Higher: track. No. 3 oash, 7t4e;
September, t6H&o4ic; December, 644
&4Hc: No. 3 white. 7uctrroc.
OATe Migner; crai-.K. io. a eaan, secy
W4c; Kept ember. 308,04 - December, 36o;
No. 3 white, SMS. ;
ryk Flri at TMfHc -
KIOUR Lower; red winter patents 3S08
jo; extra fancy ana straight 84 SUQ
hard winter clears W ZWJ4.M.
SEED Timothy, 33.25(SP.60; ooro meal.
HRAN Lower ; sacked eaat track 34.009
HAY Timothy -lower. tlO.WffU.OO; prairie
steady; 3" 5"1 60.
IRON COTTON TIES Oe;
BAOOINtJ 7e. "
HEMP TWINT9 7e. '
PROVISION SPnrk. ateady; Jobbing.
323 - Lard, higher; prime steam. 311.183
11 1H. Dry salt meata. ateady, boxed extra
shorts lc. Clear rrba, 12'c; ehort cleara
12'0. Bacon, steady: boxed extra short,
13'c clear ribs , aliwrl vlvara, lac.
401 0.TRY Steady; chlckena. lie;
springs, 15c; turkeys, 17c; dacka. to; geese,
BUTTER Higher: -Dreamery, OUtSHo.
EaOS Steady at 17c.
Balea. Hlah. Ixw. Cleaa
illl.JT,alm.i u'4 W M
Amarlcaa Aarltultujal .... l.ens 4I
Am. Baat Bujar Jl.
Am. r-an ptd J1? "w
Am. C. T l
Am. Cotton Oil " '4
Am, H. A U pit J" J
Am. Ke Secuntlaa aw H
Amarlran iocosiotlve 9
Am. g. A R 12. 10H
Am. 8. A R. pM U
Am. Stiiar Hatlnlng
Am. T. A T l.JOO 1'H
Am. Tokarca pt1 hOS
AmaH.-an Woolas li 7T
Anaconda atlnlng Oo ifxt H
Alchiaon 19.300 119
Auhlaon ptd I'D 10t
AtlanUa Cuaat Una !'' 13
Baltimore A Ohio 1.VX H'.t
bal. A Ohio ptd 300
Hathlahcm tel " SjJ.
Brooklya Rapid Tr a.7"0
t-anadlan Pafrfla t.W lMfc
Central Leather 4'0 4
raatral Laathar ptd 100 101
Cautral of Naw Jarsay
Cheaapaaka A Ohle 10,M M'l
Chlaaso Alloa u
Chicago Ot. W 4.400 KIN,
Chicago A N. W ift) 1
c, 11. a t. r , 1'
C, C, C. a Bt. L, I'M Uti
Colorado T. A 1 7,71)0 44
Colorado ft So
Colo. A Bo. It prd
Colo. A Bo. M ptd
Consolidated Gaa M,20 U"i
Cam Produoll 1&.2U0 alt
Delaware A Hudaon
Danver A Rio Oranda .' ('4
. A H. O. p'd 3.1U0 WW
Dlatlllara' Bacurttles "
Brta W.7' J7H
Kris lal ptd l.eK) K,,
Erie id ptd '1 44
Uanaral Elertrle l'O ie
Oraat Northars ptd ,Uit M
Oraal Nonlwrn ure ctta... UV
Illinois Central tuu Ut
Inurborougb at 71") 11
Int. Mat. ptd 700 41 .
laternational Harvester 100 I4t4
Int. Marine ptd HO Jl
Imamauonal Paper 19
Intaruatlooai Puaip J.luu 4
Iowa Central I'V t"
Kaaaaa City Bo 3,400 49
K. C. go. pfd )U0 74
Loulartlle A N 4 l4i
atlnn. A Bt. L aO H
M., Bt. P. A S. 8. M
Ulaaourl Faclno 1,'AO 74
II., K. A T lU.V 43
If., K. A T. ptd l.X 7Sts
National Blicult . I. I'D 3
N. R. R. of at. 1st pfd 100 U
New York Central 17,fe 14i
N. V.. O A W l,o0 4V
Norfolk A Waatarn SO M
North Amarlcaa M Sl4
Northern Ptolllc t.IKO 1S7',
Pacific Mall too 12
Pannaylvaula 4. kw 141
raople'a Uaa ' I. WO U
P., C, C. A 81. 1
Praaaad Blaal Car I,tv0 W
Pullman Palace Car
Railway gteal Eprlni K to
Raadlng 111. loo Ul
Republio Btaal I.UO as
Hapublio Steal pld too
Rock Ialand Co 11. ""0 4"
Rook laland tie. aid n 71
It L. 4 I. F. id pfd Sua 1644
6u Louis B. W
BU L. B. W. pld u9 ;
Bloas-Bhafrtald B. A 1 4j) 14
Bouthara Paclfle Il) HIV
Boulhern Railway 3,3'iU
Be. Hallway pfd u 71
Taxaa A Paalfle 11,700 40U
T., Bt. L A W K) II
T , IL L. 1 1. pf iO 7m 74
tnloa Pmcirta ,..104.4u0 Jl0"
Inlon Paaifta std I.lu0 lua
I'. 8. Raalty
t. 8. Rubber.. 4 0 4,,
U. 8. Btaal 1.4I) 7s
II. 8. Btaal pf4 I.iuo lr-
L'Uk Oopear liw 61
Va. -Carolina Chaoxlaal 4i 4(1
Wahaab 1 sue rn,
Waiaa efd 1110 it
Waatarn aarrlaad l,2uo
Waailnshouaa BlectMa 10 7
Western Vbioq 1i0 n
Waaallag A U 1,00 m,
Wlaoooaia Oantral iu
V. 8. 4 ref
Allll-Oial. I at ti .
Am. As. fl.
Am. T Ar T CT.
Am Tobacco 4s..
Armour A Co. 4e.. 44 N. V. c, g. J..
so tr. ir
do ct. &s
At. C. L lit 4a...
Bl. A Ohio 4a....
do 8 W. I'a .
Brk. Tr. fT. a. ...
Can. of Ua. Is
tn. Leather Ba..
('. ot N. J s ta
. . .!
loi do lac A raf. 4s... )
. 7U. B. Kubbar 4a lOS
. :. t'. 8. Steal Id ta l'.
. "S Va.-cro. chera. la..
. MWbah 1st fe 13
. 78 do ll A ai. 4a.... T
. 7 Wlern MA. 4r
. 77 Wast. Elec. rv. ta.... 4i
.1.: Wla. Caatral 4a
l'0 do deb
.U4K. Y., H. H. i
,1U ct. ta
. M aN A w- lrt o.
10H do tr. 4l
. No. Patlflc 4a....
. I"' a da Is
. 170. 8. L. rrdg. 4. .
llo penn. o. Ia 1K1&
.'" do con. 44
. 1 1T7 fteading san. 4a..
Chea. A- Ohio 4a..i .K'4Sa L ft 8. f
dn ref. ta IO114 do gan. M..
t'hl.so a A. Ia.. .1-.8I, L. 8. W, a. 4a.
C, B. A g. J. 4a ... 9744 do 1st gold 4a...
1o ran. 4 4 Paatoard A. U 4a.
C. M A 8 P. b 3a to 80. Pacific aol. ta..
C, R. I. A P. e. 4a. . 'So do a. 4a
do onl. on ri44 do lat raf. 4a.
do rrria. 4 80. RallwiT ta
Cnlo. Ind. ta 41 de can. 4a .....
t olo. 4114. 4a a4 Union Paalfla 4....
c. A 8. r. A e. 4a s de ot. 4a
IJ. ft It. CT. 4.....
U. A K. O 4s ,
do rvf. ti
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do gen. 4
do v. it aer. A
do aanaa u
Otn. Elec. ct. ta
III Can Ut raf. ti
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
Bulk of Cattle Sell Ten to Fifteen
HOGS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
esaed riff, the market closing A little easier il!h market.
on packing hogs.
her aad l.imbi Fairly Active 9ell
ere at Prloee Kally Steady swlth
Monday aad In gome Cases
e. treat aer.
SOI TH OMAHA.
Lstlmate Tuesday ...
Neb.. Aug. 14. WH.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
Two dnvs this week..l7.52i
S:ime days last week. . . .1 '"4
Same days 3 weeks ago. .11.912
Pame davsSweeks ago.. 7.73
Hame days 4 weeks ago.. 8.1W)
Mame daya last year ll.fxtl
The following table shows
of cattle, hogs and sheep at
8.424 19. M
5 5w 2vS
19 Z1H 10 275
7.917 3x 306
for the year
to date, compared witn tnst
jooo. iist. Inc. Dec.
.. bm biA.itl 31,100
..1 KM. 17 1.7S9 370 134.0K3
.. 921.M2 27.79 5.934
tuble shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several osys, witn comparisons
Date. I 1909. 1908. 11307. ilSOC. 190S. ;1904. 1903.
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Aug. "4. American securities
opened quiet but firm, with values frac
tionally over parityj At noon priroi were
from 1'4 above to bo.lv w yesterday's
New York closing.
London closing stocks:
Baltimore A Ohio
.S4 Loulifllla A
.44 4-14M.. K. T
... t N. Y. Central
... 10 Norfolk ft W.
...U'. do pfd
...107 Ontario ft W
Canadian Pacific HI Hand Mlnaa...
: m Southern By
.in do pfd
. 14 Southern Paclfla.
. (OH Union Paclfla....
. 8 do pfd
. 17 V. 8. Btaal
. to do pfd
.- 44 . Wabash
. 24 do pfd
.141 Prtnkh 4
SlL.VF.lt Har, quiet at 23 -16d per ounce.
Wil.NKl-ht0 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open marliet
for short bills Is IV11 17-16 per cent; for
three months' bills, lil 9-16 per cent.
fheaapaake a O.
Chicago U. W ...
Chi., Mil. ft Bt. 1
Denver ft Rio 0.
do lat pfd
do 2d pld
22. . .
7 41 t G 4)i & &6t s 9it b 9o 6 02 & 19
7 S4 C 50i I ft n 6 89, 4 94; to
I 5 94. 4 41 I il
22 5 6.1 B 92 4 4 B 15
8 17 6 74, ft Mi 6 951 " I I CI
6 30, 5 72, 0 Ss, S 9 5 01; 8 a
I 5 7", 5 99, fj 92 b Ml
7 42! t 11 5 M,
T 6(441 6 44 5 74 li 90 6 M 4 9, 5 11
7 VI H 41 " I 91 I HI 4 J 11
7 iW4, 6 U, 6 70 I 6 N i 10 6 12
7 62't S7I 5 62 OSi I 6 W B li
7 ae-kti tl 6 6:1, 6 Mi 6 ti I 0 24
12, 5 f 6 91 6 4i 5 OS b 30
7 K2WLI a , t a 4 6 92 & 03,
24. ..j 7 bl 6 32 b b7 5 85 , 5 92 0 04 5 46
Ko A ih Pt
U ta T !
41 . V-t ... 1 44
M 1 . 7 4i
i ll 1l IS
e J41 ss 1 as
7 117 44 1
7 1 l 1 4
14 HI ! 7 4o
en ) . 7 4S
i f.'t en t as.
70 o 7 T
n f4 . . t 7
449 ... I te
4 i" . 1 te
41 rt 1 10
74 t!4 110 1 7"
H M . . 1 74
74 :n t 7
f t44 . 7 r
i ...... i7 t
fit tl7 40 7 7'1
4f tit IK 1 7
24 SO t 7t.
4 IS7 ... 7 70
41 114 g 1
71 14 ... 7 10
! IM ... 7 71
4 144 ... 7 7S
11 .. 7 7
7 4f1 SS t 74
4.1 tit Kl in
t IN 1 7K
74 t7 90 7 7t
7 1"t SO 7 7i
94 9 . 7 79
79 lit g in
Ml ... 7 an
K in r) I
9: r ... t 9A
s ... ? art
74 Ml M 7 ) .
Kccelpis and disposition of 11 e slock at
the Union Stock yards, South Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at 4 o'clock
p. m., August 24, 1909:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r'.
C. M. ft St. P 9 a
Waliasi 2 12..
Missouri l'aclfic 4 1
I tilon l'aclfic oi 19 11
C. & N. W., east.... 2 4 1
C. N. W., wi-t....lbU 41 42
C, St. P., M. & O.... 1 1.1
C, 11. 4k J.. east 2 4
C, H. Ac W . west 12b 2.1 I
C, It. I. & P., east 1
C, It. I. tk P., west... 2
Illinois Central 2 4 ..
Chicago U. W 1 4 1
Total receipts 3113 126 kl
Local Securities taotatlonak
Osotatlona turnlihad br 9amual Burm. .. 414
New York Life bullulcs. Otnaha: h i Aakad.
Armour A Co. 4a ill.
Cudahr Pat-king ca.
; i Coluaibua. Nab., B. L. ta 1W...
Toledo 9 red Market.
'TOLEDO. Aug. 74,REKnOloTer. cash.
$sKl; October, Ti 40; December, 17 S2:
Ttlaroh. tlK: No. 1 t.6D: No. . K: re
ject ed. "5- Prltna timothy, $X. Prime
alslke. 7-TO. . .- - .
Dalartk Orala . Market.
i ni'I TTH Aug. 4 WrTEAT Heptem
fcer. ,cr Peceitiber. 9e: My. 7e: No.
1 aawahern. fl.l3; No. t northern, V9c.
-OAT" 40c, - ; .
KKW TOnK. Aug. H-CbFFREl Market
for coffee futures closed stealv pet un
changed to S points blpher. More tliavn
half nf the bimliieaa consisted of switches.
H e aeeregate being 91 W0 bass Inc'udlng
f"-ntniber at SSc: lcemher, 5. 30c: March,
S V-, Mav, 9 40-7 -lltv ' MrtT 4.V fivt fdf-
'ee let; vQ. 7 Ri, TVarTir; No 4 eului,
4'vc; tnl.d, tjulet; Cordova, lJlZa.
Tatal aalas tor Uka gay. 744, 1u aharaa.
Omaha rira Enilne 4a irit.
Umaba Kenewala 4 vm.i
Int. Con. Co., Kansas City
Kanaaa Cltj Hy. it 1KU
Kanaaa City Hy. pld.,.;.
N.bra.ka T. A P. 4e.lBJ
Sab. Tal. Stock n...,..t
Omaha Oaa la 1117
Omaha E. U A P. is ISM
Omaha U A P. ptd..
Omaha A O. B. St. K. t 1914
Ooaha A C. B. Bt. R. 4s 14K
Omaha ft C. B. St. Ry. pld 5
Omaha A C. B. t.' B. com 4.,
Omaha C B. SI. Br A h. pfd 4...,
Umnha Watar Co. ts Ueio.
Swift ft Co. ta 114..
So. Omaha Bewar 4a 19..
Bwui City Stock YardsA4d.4
Inlon Stock Yards, Onaftav 4 ar-dl.
New Yorieo.MiatnsT Stocks.
NEW YORK, Aug? W.-M5loslng quotations
nvrn na fnllowaf b
lnj l.esdTllla Con 4
. 1 Llttla ("tilef 7
. 96 Xtalaan 9S
. 1 Ontario ??
.124 . Ophir 120
. 71 ' 'Blandard : .t
.17,. Yallow Jacket 100
96 ' U4
Brunaarlt'k Con. ". ..
Com. Tunnel atock.
con. Cal. A
lrtm Silver .,
. Bank Clearings.
OMAHA, Aug. 24. Bank clearings
today wero 11.925,440.01. and for the
responding date last year 11,724,624. 37.
Omaha I'acking Co 4tKi
Swift and Company 1.1m)
Cudahy Packing Co 1,3111
Armour & Co 547
Schwartg-Boien Co ....
Cudahy, Kansas City... 79
W. H. Vansint Co 156
B., V. &. L, 297
Stephens Bros 177
Hill A Son 4N6
F. B. lewls l.B
Huston & Co 78
J. K. Koot 61 Co '210
J. It. Bulla 1
U K. Hum 14
I. . Wolf 35
McCreary A Carey 4l
S. Wert helmet- MX
II. F. Hamilton 1X3
Sullivan Bros 4)
C, C. & 8 4
S. & P S5
M -K.-C. Co 2
Other buyers 1.156
Kansas City Gral and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. 'Aug. 24 -WHEAT-Sep-teniber,
904o; December, 99Sc; May, 93lvc.
CaHh: Milling, unchanged to yitlc higher;
soft, unchanged to lo lower; No. 2 hard,
!'7cf($l.01'i; No. S hard. v.tfrvjc; No. 2 red.
Il.li',; No. S red, I1.u2fll.03.
CORN-September, dIVj; December, TiSMc;
May. KMo. Cash: Unchanged; No. 2 mixed,
tSSfi&iViC; No. 2 mixed, 61c; No. 2 white,
4tif)tc; No. 3 white, 65V4C.
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 white, tljjttc:
No. 2 mixed, 37633c.,
HAY Unchanged; choice timothy, $10. &o
11.00; choice prairie,- $7 .1oipi.U0; choice al
falfa. $13. 00i 14.00.
BtrTTER Creamery extras, 27c: firsts,
2ic: seconds, 23c; packing stock, 194c
EGOS Katras, 2.V, firsts, 21o; Icondi
una dirties, 12c; southerns, loss off. 14o,
Wheat, bu :, 151,000 147,OuO
Corn, bu 14.000 12 000
Oats, bu :!. 9,000 3,000
Kansas City options closed as follows: .
' Boston Stocks and Doada.
BOSTON, Aug. B4. Money, call Ir.ana
C'S1 per cent; time loans, 2Vv!l per cent
VIUBina uuuiaviwua fm.
I Opn. j Hlfh- I Low. I Close.
September . December
6544,1 "' tiH
CATTLE Receipts or avttie were
largest of the )ear to date, close to 400
cars being on sale. Aside from a light
sprinkling ot natives and cornfeds, the re
ceipts consisted almost entirely of rangers.
vthllo buyers were out in good season rg
tha morning uml while they bought a few
choice beet fleers' at about steady prices,
the gonerHl market on fat cattle was slow
and lOUISc lower. The best cornferbj soldi
up to $7.60, the hlgtleet price pittd since
September of last year, when the same
prices were paid and with Uiat exception
the highest since July of last year, when
Wit) was paid, that pile being the top
Cows and heifers suffered a most de
cided reverse, prices being lutfloc lower
than yeateiduy and the trade rather alow
at the decline, aalesmen Deing backward
about taking off, while buyers were in
no hurry to fill ordera.
Some of the choicest feeders did not look
very much lower, but In a general way
Hie feeder market suffered tne same de
cline as other kinds of cattle, being around
lvalue lower than yea tor Hay.
Quotations on caitle: Uood to choice
curnfed steers, $7 Wui.W; fair t good corn
fml steers, $0.40700; common to fair corn
fed steers, 46.uot6.40; good to choice range
steers, $6.006.60; fair to good range aleers,
14.6041 5.0u; coitiinoti to fair range atecrs,
U 7f,i4 j; good to choice cows and heifeis,
3.9O'y5.U0; fair to good cows and heifer.
ta.WgJ.iiO; common to fair cowa and heifers,
11.73.00; good to choice stockcrs and
feeders, $4.01(15.15; fair to good stockers and
feeders, $3 50ir4.00; common to fair stock
ers and feedera, $-l'Mi3.fj0; stock heifers,
$2.7.7t460; veal calves, ll.5oyo.60; bulls,
bulls, stags, etc., $2.754.50.
No. A. ih. ff
4t 14? ... 1 at
14 II . lu
7" H 1'
V. ) '1 7 44
aa'4 ?4 40 T 4
"4 4S t 44
r to 1 4:
4! S4 4 7 4i
9 JT . . T W
14 4 "I T to
41 J41 ! TV
47 I t S IM
I. tan .. T hi
.. . 7 te
41 ...Ml 191 t Ml
H 1.7 41 1
tO t 9.4) i W
It. ...... Hl . . Hi
49 fl 1 7 f!
41 .' ;n ... T M
11 jt 41 7 y
ii rs i) t m
47 444 . . 7 S'
4 o tan t :
44 .: 944 449 7 V.
41 II ... 7 a
41 ?4 ... U
... 7 44
47 2.1J ... 7 tt
74 ) 1 41
7ft tl 4 7 4A
.t SIT . . 7 47
47 40 7 I
H "7t II 141
tt t I ... 7 41
l 141 40 T tO
S J ... 7 4l
4 Ill M 1 M
11 144 110 40
4 US IH 141
71 r-l ... 7 40
II 47i ID 7 40
Mib.h.1'-If i.i liberal reeelpta and an
apparent liicuimtlon ot uuers at the vpen
ing 10 daily with the trade yeateiuay.
everything was sold In pretty fair teaao.i
at tiuotauiy steady prices, tine bunch tt
breeding ewea were good enough to realise
lodays receipts was fairly liberal, about
sixty double decks In all. Fully half were
feeders, with aoout lifteen cais of fnt
uueep and right or nine cars ot rat litmus,
several shipments were lat In arriving,
but this tact did not prompt buyers lo wa.l
for the complete aaaortment ana supplies
moved from the opening with a fair de
gree of activity.
Fat sheep commanded fully ateady prices
in most cases. The more desirable grades
of handyweights met with the better de
mand, of course, and If pricex 111 this
bianch of the trade experienced any quo
table change. It was in the direction of
Improved figures. Choice handy eight
wethers would have piohably sold up to
$4 70 or possibly even higher, had there
been any killers on sale good enough to
test extreme tops. A airing of Wyoming
wethers sold tarly at $4 40 and ewea were
weighed up at $4. IB.
Limited fat lamb offerings injected a
good firm tone In the trade. There were
hardly enough young killers on sale, es
pecially prime grades, to aallsfy the re
quirements of packers and practically
everything here brought good, siea-iy
money. The market on both fat lambs
and sheep Is right around steady to a
shade higher than yesterday. One band
of pretty good lambs changed hands st
t7.r0, but very choice kinds are quotable up
Feeders were accorded their usual warm
reception. Country buyers kspt the alleys
warm throughout the session, and even
though offerings were fairly liberal, the
Inquiry waa clamorous and trade active.
Trading figures were fully steady; In fact,
tha market as a whole as qttotably stion
as compared with yesterday. Feeding
lambs sold at $8.3, and thin yearlings were
good enough to bring $5.26.
notations on fat sheep and lambs: Good
to choice lambs, $7.10t(7.60; fair to good
lambs, $il.sffjV7.10: good to choice yearlings,
$4.h?o.2a; fair to good yearllngi, $4.T,a4.'.iO;
good to choice wethers. $4.90tf 4.70; fair to
good wethsrs, $4.00&4.90; good to choice
ewes. Jt.0Ofe4.40; fair to good ewes, 3 a&y
Quotations on feeder stock: Fair to choice
lambs, ao.7Min.o0; fair to choice yearlings
4.:Ob5.2e; fair to choice wethers, $3.60?
No. . Av.
Ii6 Wyoming lambs, feeders .... M
301 Wyoming lambs, feeders M
300 Wyoming lambs, feedera ti
173 Wyoming lambs, feeders 63
491 Wyoming lambs, feeders aw
36 Wyoming lambs, feedera 99
21 v yoming wethers 96
Ht) Wyoming ewea. culls 94
311 Wyoming ewes liW
490 Wyoming yearlings 80
250 Wyoming yearlings
41 Wyoming lainos, icearn .
in Wyoming lambs, feeders ..
em, s,,ft. 117 7r.ais .
AT. I.oi IS, Aim.
lower at a 1. 41. Spelter
Lcceilv lint' eas stead' : N.
mil In i i. J! . .'; 1 ' ';
No I southern and No. 1 south-
iuwrr at $5 .Hi
44IA 1K9. KflAI. MtRKKTI.
staple aad Fsaey rrsdsee Prlees Far.
11 faked 9r Rarer aad W beleealers.
ri'TTFR-4'resmery. No. 1. delivered to
the retail trade tn 1-lb. rartona, -174c; No.
1, in 00-lb. tubs, ,27c; No. J. In 1-lb. ear
tons. 2..c, in -lb. t.ibs, 24c; packing stock.
lliiniiaO'c; fancv dairy, tubs. 22ti2tc: com
mon roll, fresh made, tfiHWc. Market
changes every Tuesday.
KOU. Fresh selllcg stock, candled, JSe.
t'HKKHB Finest Wisconsin full cream
twins, loe: Young Americas, I , In hoop.
l&Hc; favorite, I In hoop, loc; dalales, $0 In
hoop, li'jjc; crenm brick, full case, I'm:
blerk Swikb. 15c; full cream llniburger, lac.
POULTRY Broilers. Mc; alive, springs.
I'.c; hens. lOcj cocks. 7o;' ducks. Ion; geoae.
9c; turkeys. lftc; pigeons, per dog, 61c;
guinea fowla. per do., $2.90; squabs, per
dos., $2. liressed hens, Uc; spring, 197?
21c; cocks, 6V; ducks, lie; geeeave. U4jC;
FISH Fresh, caught, almost all ara
dressed: Halibut, c; buffalo, te; trout,
12c; bullheads, 14o; catfish, 17c; erapplea.
sunflsh. 4Vtf9c; black basa. Zc; whlteflsh.
1.7c: pike, lie,- salmon, V4c; pickerel, loc:
frog legs. Stic. Fresh froxen- Whlteflsh.
No. 1, 10c; round, 9c; pickerel, dreaaed.
and headless, 7c; round, 9c; pike, dressed.
10c; round. e; red eneppere. lye; Spanish
mackerel. lc; native mackerel. 99c each.
FRKSH FHUITS-Florlda pineapple. 19a
In 4Ss. $1 TF. per crate; grape fruits, M tlie.
per box. $6; 49 else. $aM); M slse. $w; ba
nanas, fancy select. $1.riflJ20; apples, home
grown, per bu. basket, TVjJI.oo: market
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1, 16tc; No. 1
12tc; No. t, 8c; Loin: No. 1, l.tc; No. 1
134c, No. S. 9c. ChucK: No. I. Ac; No. .
4c; No. X 4c. Round: No. 1, 9c; No. I
7',c; No X 7c. Plate: No. 1, to; No, 1 to;
No. 3, 8'ic.
V EtlKTA RLES Kansaa sweat potatoaa.
$2 76 per bbl. Celery. Michigan. (Oo bunch.
Cabbage, home grown. lo per lb. Wla
consln Red Globe onions, lo per lb. Cali
fornia cauliflower, $3.00 per orate. Toma
toes, home grown, market basket, 60c;
crate, $t.0il. Lettuce, per do , 0o. Par
snips, turnips, carrots. 75c per dog. Flor
ida new beets, carruts, parsnips, turnips,
etc., per tins., 75c.
POTATOKS New, too per bu.
HIDES-No. 1 green, 10c; No. 1 cured, 11c.
Available ftapylles of Orala.
NEW YORK, Aug. 24. Cable and tele
giaphlc communication received by Prd
s reefs show the following changes In
available supplies, as compared with previ
ous account : .
Wheat. United States, east Rockies, lr
creased, 590 Ua) bushels; Canada, decreased.
294 000 bushels; total. United fiatee ami!
Canada, decreased, IM.OOO bushels. Afloat
and In Europe, Increased, 1,090,000 bushels;
total American and Kuropean supplies, In
creased, 847,001) busheis.
Corn, United .It a tea and Canada, In
ert ased, 418.000 bushels.
Oats. United States and Canada, In
creased, 3,047,0X1 bushels.
The leading lucreasea and decreases re
ported this week follow;
I-ouiHvliu', 157.000 bushels: fit. Joseph, 74.
Omi bushels: Omaha. 73.000 bushels; Fort
Worth, 62.000 bushels; Rochester, 63,000 bush
el"; Cleveland, M.OOO bushels.
Chicago private elevators. $45,008 bushels;
Ma-Hoba, 78.000 bushels; Richmond, 61,000
1 f )
447 I 2
S I t i
4kl I 40
4 i S
1S19 7 W
lit I Oo
16 4 09
1147 4 W
Atchiaoa H. M
Boauan ft Albany
Boatoa A Maine.
Pttrhburf ptd ...
N. T . K. U. ft
Unloa Patina ..
Aaa. Aria. Ubaaa
o p4 ........
ia rna. Tub.
A mar. ugar ....
Am. T ft T
Amar. Woolao ....
Does. I. ft g
gdiaen gleo. Ilia.
Oaoaral glaetrio ..
Vaas. Clscuna ....
14 aaa. uas
h mtad at.
V. A Steal
l"Arliona Com. ...
....114 bulla Lailnou .
....M4(al. A Anions..
... 11 Cal. ft Havla. . . .
...147 Ontanalal .......
114 c.Jpp,r Hansa ..
. ...UlIlalj W,.i
.... 44 Greene Can a naa .
..... 4 tlaaa al.ning ...
....140 Mom. c. ft c
....4 Kttada .... .....
....:S Old liomlnlos ...
.... 44 ('areola
li I maratk
- l'nitHl for, par ,.
14, I'. S. Mlnlaj: ..
444 f Oil
T7t V'd iris I
VtS Wluoa J
T Wolwtne ,
44 Korea Buia ....
Wool , Market.
BOSTON. Mass., Aug. 24. Prices contin
ued firm In the local wool market and
buytngs have been heavy during the past
week. Stocks of goods are generally low
and the prospects ars favorable for an In
creaaing trade In wool fabric. The lead
ing domestic quotations are as follows:
DOMESTIC WfKiW-Ohio and Pennsyl
vania fleeces, XX, 3Mi36c; x, 3o!((3lc; No. 1
warned. 4u6j4lc; No. 2 warned. 4nu41c; fine
unwashed. 27929c; half blood combing, 35
U3oc; Uiroe-elghths bhxid combing, i.jKi:;
quarter blood, combing, 34a:i5c; deluine,
wauhed, iUiitOu; delaine unwashed.
S4e. Michigan, Wisconsin, New York fleeee
Fine unwaxhed. 2&U2tie; delaine unwasked,
31iti32c; half blood unwashed. 34tf36c; three
eighths blood unwashed. 34 1 ,..', ouarter
blood. 314i'34c. Kentucky. Indiana and Mis
souri Three-eighths blood. i.4c; quarter
blood. Mu.tSc; Oeoigla, jllvd. Texas, fine,
12 months, 734j75c; six to eight l)iit.ths, 0.VU.
7uc; fine fall, kVuvtWc. California, noithein.
j i7uc; middlo county, 63';c; fall free, i0
4: ..c. Oregon, eastern io. 1 staple. ,4s
7ic: eastern clothing. ffifc9c; vslley No. 1,
&7:i5i'. Territory, fine staple, 75(f7Sc: fine
medium Btaple. 70uT2c; fine clothing. 4Ve;7uc;
fine medium cloihlng: MitiiSc; half blood. 70
tr'.4c; three-eigliths blood,. o&i)i!c; quarter
blood, tfc'a71c. I'ul'.cd extia. 7u4i74c; fine
A. i;:4Jjiii'; A supers, oiiioic.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 24.-WOOI, Un
changed; territory and western mediums.
23if2c; fine mediums; 231i24u; fine, l.gl'jc.
YORK, Aug. 24. COTTON The )
opened steady at a dec'lne of ljjj 1
5 cow 972 S 25 2 cows Wfl S 23
5 heifers... 704 3 2o 7 cows 904 3 15
5 cuv.s 9"2 2 50 10 cows M i T.)
8 cows i'LS 2 M calves... 290 4 25
26 cows 9U2 .1 45 2i cow, 3 3 90
it Cows M3 3 40 10 cows H73 S 26
13 cows l'UO 3 2i 24 steel s. ... 83d 3 7a
12 calveb... 240 4 50 10 le dem. . :.,',3 4 10
0 cows '.rjO 2 7.i 8 steers. ...11,2 4 40
19 tows 9j4 3 lil 10 cows 712 2 90
10 cows 89) 2 60 13 feeders.. fihO 3 oO
10 cows 97 $10 12 sieer,...1023 4 56
b-. steers. ...1247 6 26 Ml cows wv, 3 40
16 cows Iu50 3 25 in feeders.. 971 3 00
18 feeders.. K' 3 75 In cows of. 7 3 06
2:t feeders.. 750 3 60 to (eeders.. 1,15 3 W
7 feeders.. IM 22 heifers... .Ml 8 15
12 cows In 12 3 10 cows. ...1071 3 85
Is feeders. . o40 3 40 to' gleets. ... 991 3 60
George Morgan, Nebraska
41 steers.. ..1241 6 JS 2 steers. ...1220 6 35
G. Smith Neb.
8 cows 857 2 'Hi li cows 808 $ 35
9 si, ets.... 945 3 50
8. Ham Neb.-
23 st'ers....lblO 4 50 41 Cows 798 3 15
a cows 950 2 75 13 calves... Ia8 6 50
6 cows '."'2 3 75
R. M. Kaddis & Co. Neb.
127 steers. ..1170 5 05 4s steers. ...1JJ8 i Ou
I ,v4 steers. ...IIS) 5 1)6
Parmlee At Z. Neb.
121 hletrs... 1131 4 'J 4:i sleeri. ...1138 4 90
!65 steers.. ..1111 4:5 IK st. ers. ...1158 4 95
I 63 feeders. .1110 4 00 feeders. .1110 4 00
48 native lambs
859 Wyoming wether
$46 Wyoming wethera
90 Wyoming wether
' 4 40
- 4 85
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady Hogs Five to Tea
Coals Higher .gboop Steady.
CHICAGO. Aug. $4. CATTLE Receipts,
sttmatcd at 60O head; market, steady;
ateers, $5.0'fj8.60;. caw, $3.6ou6 26; heifers,
UWW6.U0; bulls. $3.00i4.S6i calves, $3.00
9.0ii; stockers and feeders, $3.7C4o.l6.
HOUS Receipts, estimated at 9.000 head;
market 6c to loo higher; choice heavy.
$H 10oi8 IK; butcher. $9.1y8.36; light mixed,
$7.80U8.00; choloe light, H.0o;i' 25; packing,
$7.6047.86; pigs, $ti.0Of7.90; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, esti
mated at 20.000 head; market, steady to 10c
higher; sheep $4 006.60; lambs, $v.26itir7.7&;
yearling, $5.CKXtf5.60. 1 '
. St. Loala Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24. CATTLE Receipts,
8.700 head. Including 3,000 head Texuns;
market, natives lower; Texans ateady; na
tive shipping and export steers, $1 6ii77
dressed beef and butcher steers, $0.25(1 6 $5;
steers under 1.000 lbs., $4.25'; 6. 60; stockers
and feeders, $3 004.60; oows and heifers.
$3.2np(i.40; uanners, I2.00'a3.2B; bulls. H.Owtf
4.50; calves, $5.608.00; Texas and Indian
steers, $3.2511.16; cowa and heifers, $2.60tf
HOGSx-Recelpta, 1,200 head; market
steady; piga and lights, $1)2504.10; packers
r7 M)y8.00, butcher and beat heavy, $7,969
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 8.400
heed; market strong; native muttons, $3.26
rot.ho; lamtia, $o.T6Q7.3.ri; culls and bucks,
$3.5O'fi4.50; stockers and feeders, $3 0OS3.75.
kanaaa City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT, Aug. 24. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 20.O1K) head, Including 2.000 south
erns; market, steady to 10c lower; top
$7.00; choice export, Jii.90l7.flo; fair to good,
$6.Ujijh.75: western steers, $4.O0u4j.25; slock
ers and feeders, $3.7fKu5.40; southern
steers, $7!.(tfu.oo; southern cows, $2.403.75
native cows, $2.256.00; heifers. $J.25u5.0
bulls. $2.19):4.06; calves. $3.50r,i7.75.
HfHiSReceipls, 10. Ot head; market. 6c
to 10u higher; top. 17.96; bulk of sales
$7"(rt7.90: heavy, $7.8O-il7.!J0; packers and
riutchers, $;.is37.i)6; light, $7 Wj7 96; pigs,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8.000
head; market, strong; lambs, Id.MlffT.W
yearlings. $4.oOi5.2fl; wethers. $4 OOui 00:
ewes, JJ.754.75; stockers and feeders, $3.00
22 feeders.. 1013 4 40
Mra. Carothers Wyo.
C cows 4.4 3 20 4o steers.. ..1031
21 steers.. ..12(3 5 8) 12 cows 1027
steer.. ..1220 8 SO
C. V. Hicl.ards- W)i.
23 cows 1018 3 70
Uumsallcy & liardln Wyo.
7 cows ift8 1 50 23 steers. ...1036
P. P. DkkiniK,i,-S yo.
5 cows 1072 3 la g rs. hs. 918
5 cuws luuii 3 20 20 heifers... 742
6 leeuers.. 441 4 00 12 sieera. ...1023
J. K. Moore, Jr. wyo.
during the middle or the morijlna
1 with pi Ices holding close to the Initial fig
WASHINGTON. Aug. 24 -The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today. -avas as follows: Trust funds
Oold 4oin. $X7.923 M9; silver dollars. 4.7 -3M.4M9;
silver dollars of l v $ I imj silver
certificate outsiaudirqt, $7t;ta.yuu. .Uooerttl
1t.1l mubi1u at a ,t.llii r, f
V, lot the late Liverpool cables, reports of rain
"41, ill. the southwest and s. altering llquidatljn
w I but ateadied on covering and ruled very
its ; qi'iet
is ures. 1 Here was uttie aeinana from spot
. 1 houses during the early trailing, but aside
11 'from this the market tthowed no special
Future opened teady; August. 12.40,-;
asked; September. 12.22c. bid; Ociiiber,
12.21c; 1 leceinber, 12 2T'e;. Januarv, 122:;
March. 12.22c; May. 12.22ni2 24c; July, 12 21c.
Futurea cloeed steady; Aurust, 12 S7c:
i September. 12 ,:i'i ; (ciober. 12 lie; Nov, m-
rer. 12 i'tc; 1 icceiuner, jt;c: Junuary, 12 3 c;
February. 12.27c, Muich. 12 c; April, 12 ."jc.
Maj. 12 .10c.
Spot clo el quiet; middling uplands, 12.75c;
iniililline iiilf. Uc; no sales
GALVESTON, Aug 244 'OTTO V 8 1 e ad '
ST lyOL'l. Aug M COTTON Steady;
middllngH. 12c; rales. 12 balea; retelpis
1; hales; shipineuLs, X0 bales; atuck, ll,50
11 cow s 9v7 3 w)
Jo heifers... 7:-2 3 :)
19 feeders., kit 4 00
1 heifers... T O :: 50
5 co s 1-74 3 00
)1 f. edet s.. 842 4 00
6 siei rs...
21 ce A hs. 9m
.0 cow s lulo
2 j feeders. . ti t
3 u. .
14 cowa. . . .
45 s leers. .
St." Joseph. Live block Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Aug. 24. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4,000 head. Market steady: steers.
4 '..'. cows ana neuers, $2.5Uovt.oo
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head. Market c
higher; top, $7.96; bulk of sales, ff7.no iT7.80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. S.0O0
head. Market steady; lambs, $1."(5f7. W.
glonx 4ty Live Stoek Market.
RIOUX CITY. Ia.. Aug. 24,-Sneclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, 900 head; mar
ket stiady to weak; beeves. 14 (Off 7. 2o
gras cows. $.1 Ooi 4.2S; feeders, $4.2yy6.2j
yeaning, M uuaim.
HOGS Receipt. 1.200 head: market
strong; range of prlcea, $7. $077. 66; bulk of
Stock la Sight
Receipts of live stock at tho six principal
wssieii inaraets yesteraay were:
, 4 OK)
Sioux Cltv ...
St. Joseph ...
Soaar aad Molaaaea.
NEW YORK". Am 94 9tTTf4 A T4-l
firm; fair refining. J.81ei rentrlfural. 9
test, 4.11c; molasses sugar, l.ltlo. Refined.
steady; No. 8, 4 66c; No. 7,- OOo; No. L
4 46c; No. , 4 40c; No. 10, 4V: No. It
4.90c; No. U. 416or No. 18, 0C; No. 14.
4.20o; confectioners' A, 4.86c!: mould A, 5.40o;
cut loaf. 6 9oo: crushed. 8.76o; powdered.
6.15c; granulated. i.06c: cubes. B.KVb.
MOLASSES Oulet: New Orleans ne.au
kettle, goo dto choloe. 29T41o.
More Wheat and
Better is Corning
to Market Now
. . Kl . . -8
Quality and Quantity Eooemd Thii
Wtek Far Ahead of That
of tait Week.
A better quality of wheat than last week
la coming Into the Omaha Oraln exchange
and oats of far better grade than last
year' crop ar being received. Tha quan
tity of wheat received la ahead of lat
week, but corn has temporarily fallen off.
It 1 believed farmer reading heat dam
age atorle are holding back lrt tha hop of
higher price. - j
George Powell, chief grain Impector of
tha exchange, does not take much toek In
'If It had rained every day In .August,"
aid he, "there would hav been no more
ear on the atalks though the ar might
have filled out a llttl mora It there had
been some rain.- The crop 1 af barring
early and aevera frosts."
'Iowa corn look excellent," aaya J. M.
Oulld, 'commissioner of the Commerolgl
club, just horn from a short' vacation
at Lake Okobojl. "Tha field ar full of
grain and everyone ay tha farmers will
reap a rich harvet.
Wart on Hand V:
At Least, Iti Removal Leads to Blood
Poisoning and That Znis
trying to remove a wart "from kl
hand with a knife, Matt Mouser, a
barber living at the Brunswick -hotel, su
perinduced Infection and died at the Gen
eral hospital of blood poisoning.
A barber shop at 1312 Douglas street we '
Mouser's place of work. He wi 17 year
of aga and unmarried. HI relative llv
In Iowa and will mak arrangement for
the funeral. The body I now at the
Haafey undertaking room on Fourteenth
.41.900 44.200 62 400
NKW YORK, Aug. 14 MKT A L8 The tin
market was easy (odav. with spot closing
at yn aj ju 4.
ndley S. 1.
2ii cowa. . . .
" a .
totier. $W45'd50 6O;
81W 3 40
August, S30.(Xf 10 fa); Oc
Oecetnber. t O io.iao .0
The London market wss a shade lower.
with apoi closing at 4138 and futures at
M'9 2s ad The market for standard copper
day. The trade, however, was not veiyltlo.td rlUy X)ra, ealers quoted lake
active, there bring pretty liberal , ece,pia , l.,)er , ,u ,21,4, ,3 -jn. .lectrol vtlc. $12
1 1 a in nil a., ihul hll vei a eintid a f rr.r.t n j... . .. ... '.' . 1
-' - - run ua. laatii'K. 1'i.uo j a. I li a I in.m
market Closed steady, with spot at f.4) 17a
W COWS if
HOGS Tilt hug inuiket opened at price
thai were l:y lo be higher than ester-
to take their time. Si ill there was a pretty
dectnl demand and the trade, as a whole,
was 'lit fair shape. Tha advance was prin
cipally on the light, and butcher hugs of
good quality, vtlule heavy and packing
hoys sold at only steady prices. A con
slderatile proportion of all the hug sold
lnxtle the range, $7 4Hi7 7i.
Toward lie close of i!ie market after
sUitei had filled their orders, prices
wiia luiures at tt" ue i.ea was
'!'. with spot iiuoted at M3U(4 40. New
York, and $4.2..a43(., ht. Ixiuls. 7'lie Lon
d n market was unchanged at CI 2 8 9d.
Soulier eloaed nulet, with pt iuotd at
$.-..;0VS0. New York, and a $o.to2'it'6.7t.
Ki" Hi Ixiuiv. Tha Ixiudon market u
uncharged at 122. Iron waa unchanged a;
i 4 id fur Cleveland warraut lu ill LUg-t
EAGLES CALL FOR ROOMS
AND BOARD FOR DELEGATES
Loral Lodge Men Ar Leavlaaj Notke
las; t ndoae to frald Kater
talnment for Visitors. -
In all th papers today rp.r Advrti
ment for room by the Eagle' convention
commit te. , , ' - , ,
"VV will need all wa cafe' get," aayg
Hecretary Ryder, "and we -will hava two
place for th present, where such retutoe
can be made. In The Dee building rotunda
and at Parlor B. in th Paxton, Wa will
make a particular po1n of classifying th
rooms according to rat and whether board
can be had. because It, look If ,w wilt
hav to call on all available boarding
houses as well as the hotels and restau
rants to feed th crowd that will b
"Our letter from hour to hour show
that many a little town far away from
Omaba I going to ba repreeented by front
one to a dozen people. It 1 true. too.
that many a big town, which will send
a large delegation hasn't yet advised the
rommlttee of it Intentions touching at
tendance, but we know they ar vonilng,
and next week, In a final circular, w will
wske them up to th aeed of, -fending
ua definite advice."
A Total Kcllase
of the function of stomach, liver, kldnvs
and bowels Is iinl' kly " disposed of wth
Klt-ctrlc Bitters. Wc bold bv Ucaton Lrug
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