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TOE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: JULY
GRAIN AND PRODUCE AUlEi
Government Eeport on Spring Wheat
it Extremely Bullish.
VII EAT OPENS SOLIE HIGHL2,
Voru la Firm ua tne Aivtica In
Want, bat ttauie Off Wkfi
the Uaaa Nell In Larue
OMAHA. July , 1010.
The government Iitmrn uu mo cuiiuiuoii
l epilog hUMU WMB CllH'Hil.1) uUlllSll. 'A
teport oaa certainly continued tne iiivau
news which lias been coming In since . i.x.
aiy speli etarieu. it la generally coiict Ueu
that Mini piupcts now u.u uomeauc sup
ply win be Hunted and legal. jict of t
port Ueiaand wtieat prices w.n icmcii lugnei
All that la needed now to Insure a bum
per crop ol coin lor the imuuie and
rn states la a good soaking ra.-i. Conui
tlons are railiur bearish, wn.ra Vaiuea are
Ilrm witn trie advance in wheal.
- 5Va a result of the Dullish government re
I port Issued yesterday aner tne close the
' wheat market opened anarply hlgner and
opening prices were maintained tinouglioul
tne day. The situation favura the bull siue.
l.'orn opened firm on the advance. In
wheat, but eased off a shade later on Bolt
ing by long, who construed the govern
ment report as bearish. Cash prices were
strong and local demand keeps active.
Primary corn receipts were 31,OUO bu.
and ahlpmentn were 2o3,ou0 bu.. against re
ceipts last year of 204,000 bu. and shipments
' of 411.000 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 361,000 bu. and
shipments were 2f.fi.000 bu., against receipts
last year of 212,000 bu. and shipments of
. 22, wo bu. . .
Clearances were 66,000 bu. of corn, Z.OWJ
bu. of oats and wheat and flour equal to
141.0)0 bu. . .
Liverpool closed 2sja2o higher on wheat
and He higher on corn.
Local range of Options:
Artlcles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yea y.
July... 93 99 99
Sept... 8 99 89
July... 65 56 65
Sept... 66V4 68!4 M'4
July... 37 87V J7H
Sept... 37 37 37
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2, Wcfitl.OZ; No. S hard,
MlygBM; No. 4 hard, 8.'s7c; rejected hard,
Vnt7c; No. 3 spring, 9Kci1.02; No. 8 spring.
96Co9c; No. 4 spring. tOifJVbC I
CORN No. 3 white, Sic; No. I white, 90
fllo; No. 4 white, 69U0c; No. 3 yellow,
67Ve; No..3 yellow. 66ti57V4e; No. 4 yellow,
64V(f6c; No. 2, 67c; No. 3, 66Vi&67c; No. 4,
64'V(i'; no grade, 46ii63c.
OAT8 Standard, 3tlc; No. 2 white, 38
tVc; No. 4 white, 37330: No. S yellow,
87k 3Sc; No. 4 yellow, 3637c
BARLEY No. 4. mjAlc; No. 1 feed, 44
46c; rejected, 39 43c.
KYfc-No. 3, 7tW72c; No. 8, 68v&70o.
- Wheat Corn. Oat
CHICAGO OR A IX AND PROVISIONS
F tares ,( the Tradlna; and Closing
Prtvea on Board of Trade.
CHICACSO, July 9. Only bread and aeed
left In one state, half a crop In another
auch were among the Inference drawn on
change here today In tracing the signifi
cance of a government report as to the
coming yield of wheat as affected by
drought. In a whirl of excitement gains
of as much as 3Ho a bushel were made on
aome sales, compared with last night's
prices, but the close found the market
comparatively steady at a net advance of
2Vd"a. So many people figured on a sym
pathetic advance In corn that the result
of their action was almost exactly the
reverse, Vlc decline to "c rally. Oats,
however, finished Wa to He up.
Frovtstons sJso were In the end at a
allghtly higher level by 2WC to 7M.O.
There waa decidedly less buying on the
part of eleventh hour investors than seemed
to have been expected. Frofit taking by
, longs and covering by shorts made uto a
built of business, though, that has not
often been equaled on a short day. Light
but widespread rain In the northwest.
where the drought has been worst, did
muuh to temper the effect of the govern
ment figures. Forecast of cooler weather
had a similar Influence.
Cash wheat buyers failed to follow the
advance, but millers said the flour trade
tad been helped. The government report was
Interpreted to mean tnat there were 100.0UO,
000 less bushels of wheat In tho Dakota and
Minnesota than a month ago. A crop
bulge at Liverpool was largely responsible
for the general buying at the outset. One
of the results of today's basis of prices waa
to stimulate offerings of wheat from the
country, notably Illinois and the southwest
No corresponding Increase In demand by
shippers here was noted. There waa one
cheerful note. A dispatch from Texas said
threshing there was about completed with
the best yield In thirty years. Boptenv
ber ranged from 31.0JH to 11.06 and closed
z2c up at l.o4ViH.04W.
FresKure of selling in corn was directed
chiefly against December and May optional
September fluctuated between tiuVitc and
tn.c. closing MiC lower at ttoVu't.Oo. The cash
market was easy. No. x yellow closed 624c.
After a general rush to cover, oats lapsed
back Into a local scalping affair. For
September the high and low points of the
day were too end 89t.c with the close at
Ksvff:Sc, which waa toko above last
night's final prices.
Hog products were sharply higher early.
All that was made of the advance till
the end waa an average of a nickel.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Open. High. Low. Cios. Yes y.
Wheat l I
July, il Ue 1 Orti
Sept. llflSH-! 1 06
Doc lO4-tt-0t 1 0
May il 0tV(jU( 1 09 I
Corn 1 I I
1 06' 1 08
.lulv USU,iViTr M.74-
i2 4T 42
i 24 10
22 0" Vsi'oo
21 974! -1 M-H
11 KW 11 80
11 92vi 13 0t)
11 V 11 82H,
13 42ls, 12 45
11 90 11 96
11 97'V 11 97H
11 25 11 36 t U 25 U 3S
Cash unotatlous were as follows:
FliOL'K Firm; winter patents, 4.60'(T4.95
winter straights. I4.306t4.8ti: spring patents,
hard held at P 7"; spring straights, i.00(o
HYtJ-Xo. 2. 71V.
' BAKLKY Feed or mixing. j5o; fair
to noire malting. Uj .b'..
SWKDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern. fcl.ffT
No; 1 northweetern, $J.19. Timothy,
li: over. 111. Bo.
FROVI.SlONi Fork. me, per Mil.. 4.75
(aio.W. lrd, er loo U.S., Ill.fTH. Siiort
riba. sides lloosel. 12.S7Mi 12 s7',; short
tleir sides (boxed). 11 3.7)1 14.U0.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
eiual to 141,000 bu. Primary receipts were
Wil.UOO bu., compared with 204.0UO bu. the
corresponding day a year ago.
F.stlmalod receipts for Monday: Wheal,
T cars; corn. 192 cars, oats, 110 cars; hogs.
Chicago Cash Frkes Wheat: No. 'J red
tl.07al.ot: No. 3 red. I1.06WHH Otf't; No.
hard. I1.0SW1 07; N. I harl. .05itl.0il
No. 1 northern spring, tl.Mal.20; No. t north
rn sping, I.12'.(1.15: No. S. spring, 11.0641
1.12. Corn: No. 3 cash, wh0V-; No.
caah, 6H.tftAk'; No. 2 white. Dwuonc; No.
white. aiiMS&c; No. 3 yellow, 624c; No.
yellow. illV(lc. tlata: No. S cash, 44(f
4io; No. 8 white, 42ir4.iv: .no. 4 wlut
lVvnVx-: atandard. a'-.ljvtv.
t llfcK K Steady ; daisies, ltVjti 15V
twins. lbl&V: young Americas, 16VQ16C
lima; liorns. 15VA16C.
' POTAlXJEii Steady: choice to fancy, t&tr
toe: rair to gooa. Mc,
POULTRY Firm; turkeys, 17c; liv
foals. UV; springs, lVa3e.
VEAI Steady; uO to so-lb. wts., Hajnc
M to lb. wis., 9vvVo; to 110-lb. wis.
Mlnneanolla tirala Market.
WINNKAIVUf. July WH EAT-Julv
tt Sapterolier, tl ll'il W, December,
Ctm. i nut, li.juv,, .o.
northern, II. Wit. 20: No. 2 northern, $1,184
1.1H; .V . $1 lrf.il. IS.
FLAX-'loed at 12 1.
I'OKN-No. 8 yellow, PIS'!.'.
OATH No. 3 white. 4lii44c.
RYE No. 2. fiMlTcc.
HKAN-ln iiio-lo. sac ks, IJO.ntli Jn 2S.
FIX (I'll First patents, (in wood, f . o. h .
Minneapiills) In. W ij 7; second patents, $f.3M
!..;; urst dears, $4.8.Vi4.4j; second clem .
WHATIIKH I Tllll VHAIX BELT
Probably fair Tunmbt anal Issdsy
In This Vicinity.
OMAHA, July 9. 1910.
Showers were gu..c iieiarai wtuiin the
laHt twenty-tour hunts In tne upper Missis
sippi and upper Missouri vitil ana were
scattered throughout the Rocay mountain
i exam and the northwest, and snowery
weather continues tins morning In eastern
NeOiaeKii, western Iowa and Minnesota.
Rums alio occurred III the riotilu Atlantic
stales since tne preceding report. A trough
of low prc-HKiiie still txleuutf - across tne
central alleys from tne lake region to
tne Rio Ui slide valley. An area ol nlgn
pressure, accompanied by lower tempera
ture, overlies the northwest, with Ha crest
over Montana, and this high will move
uun over tne valleys, causing cooler
weather In this vicinity tonlgnt. The
weather will continue unsettled In this
vicinity during the day, but will probably
be followed by fair tonight and Sunday and
continued cool (Sunday.
Tempeiatuie und precipitation at Omaha,
compared Willi the three preceding years:
11(10. ISO. 1807.
Minimum temperature.... 71 b 66 71
Precipitation .... T .60 .00 ,1b
Noiinul temperature lor today i6 degrees.
I ef iclency Jii precipitation since March L
Kxcesa corresponding period, 1909, 0.61
of mi me t
Kxcesa corresponding period In 1908, 4.31
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Cora and Wheat Heariun Bulletin.
For Omaha. Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at ft a. m., 76th meridian time,
Saturday, July 9, 1310:
Station. Max. Mln. fall.
Ashland, Neb !
Auburn, Neb 9i
Broken Bow, Neb. 92
Columbus, Neb... 93
Culbertson, Neb.. 104
Kalrbury, Neb... 91
Fairmont, Neb... 92
Or. Island, Neb.. 91
Harlington, Neb.. 92
Hastings, Neb.... 93
Holdrege, Neb.... 97
Sioux City, la..
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of Temp.
District. Stations. Max. Mln.
Columbus, 0 17 90 68
Louisville, Ky 19 90 61 .40
Indianapolis, Jnd.. 12 90 68 .00
Chicago, 111 26 94 6S .00
St. Louis, Mo 13 94 70 .00
Irs Moines, la 14 94 64 700
Minneapolis, Minn. SO 84 56 .40
Kansas City, Mo.. 24 9Z w .00
Omaha, Neb U 92 . 63 .60
Showers occurred In the last twenty-
four hours In the Dakotas, Minnesota, Ne
braska, western Iowa, and Kentucky, and
continue In the Omaha and Minneapolis
districts this morning. They were some
what scattered, but were moderately heavy
I In the districts named. A fall of 1.10 Inches
OCCUireu at riarbiuiuii, wrw., cuu bli n'jwi-
lna Qreen. Ky. The weather Is slightly
ccoler this morning in the upper lake le
gion and extreme upper Mississippi and
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
EW YORK GENERAL MARKET
notation of the Day on Vavrlona
NEW YORK. July 9. FLOUR Unsettled
nd a-enerallv held higher: spring patents.
I5.40I&&.70; winter straights. 14.3644.60; wln
ter patents, H.atKyo.w; spring clears, v.ami
60: winter extras, no. i, J. (WttJ.w; winter
xtras. No. 2. H.6"4j3.5; Kansas straights.
l4.H6Cg'4.85. Receipts. 17,120 bbls.; shipments,
14.411 bbls. Rye flour, firm; rair to gooa,
14.15(04.40; choice to fancy, I4.364i4.50.
CORN MEAL Firm; fine white and yel
low, tl.4(u 1.4i; coarBe, tl.35L40; kiln dried,
WliliiAT spot market strong; io. a reu,
I1.11V4, c, 1. f., to arrive; No. 1 northern,
$1.27V, f 'o. b. canal boat. Options: Wheat
was strong and hlgner on tne government
report, although the market was held In
heck by profit taking and reports or gooa
howers over a large area In the north
west, closing- at 27c net advance. July.
11.11 1.12, closed at 11.12. September, 11.08
ftl.09to; closed at S1.09V4. December, IL09-t
yil.lOHi closed at 1.1W. Receipts, 16,HUV
bu. ; shipments, 16,496 bu. t
CORN Spot market steady; NO. 2, 69c,
I. f. elevator, domestic to arrive; export
No. 2, 69c, f. o. b., to arrive.. Option mar
ket was without transactions, closing un
changed to o net lower. July closed at
6K14C, September at 6Wio and December at
6iVjC. Receipts. 1.850 bu.: shipments, 2.396 bu.
OATS Spot market firmer; mixea, atlow
lbs., nominal; natural white, 26 to 82 ids..
46Vi,(47Mic; clipped white, 34 to 42 lbs., 48 Va
62c Receipts, 28,976 bu.; shipments, 2,286 bu.
HAY Firm: Prime. I1.22VMv1.2d; No. L
tl l7V4''a'1.20; No. 2, 1.12V4a1.17Vli; No. i, 11.00.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
1909, 21iu23c; 190S, nominal; Facifio coast, 1909,
lu(i()16c; 1908, nominal.
HlDKS Kasy ; central America, zivuaa;
Lr-ATHh.lt Dull; hemlock Iirsts, Z&Wc;
seconds. 22Si24c: reie;ts. 19W20C.
PROVISIONS Fork, firm; mess. ia.60ftl
26.00; family, l6.0iHW26.60; short clear, I24.o0
ti 26.00. Beet, Ilrm; mess, xib.toruit.w; iam-
liy, fitt.Wfioi.uu; neer nams, ii.i.o,-T),ei'. .;ui
meats, steady; pickiea oenies, iu to i ids..
HT.oOCill'.oti: pickled hams, iieoiKiiivm Lara
quiet; middle west prime, u.uxttia.lt); re
fined, steady; continent, 112. w; youth Amer
ica. 113.76: compound, l9.12W39.87Vt.
TALLOW Steady ; prime city, hhds., 6Hc;
St. Loots General Slairket.
ST. LOUIS. July . WHEAT Futures
higher; July, $I.02lfc; September, $1.02; De
cember. $1.044: cash firm; track. No. 2 red.
11.07'tfl.oe; No. I hard, $1.00C'j)1.08.
CORN f utures lower; nepiemDer, Kc;
Iieceinber. 67V4c; cash higher; track. No. 2.
624 ii 63c; No. 2 white. 6Vii67c.
OAT f utures weak; Meptemoer, triVic;
December, 3V; caah steady; track. No. 2,
39c: No. 2 white. 44c.
RYK Unchanged at 75c.
KlOl'R Unchanged; red winter patents.
I5.204i6.5A; extra fancy and straight. $460
5.10; hard winter clears. $3.40i&3.90.
11 RAN Firm; aacked, east track, 944i5c.
HAY-Hlgher; timothy, $15.504j 19.50; pral
le, $13.0lV(i 14.00.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; Jobbing,
$240ii. Lard, higher; prime steam, $U.62V4j
11.N2V4. Dry salt meats, lower; boxed, extra
shorts, $13.75; clear ribs, $13.75; short clears,
$14.00. Bacon, lower; boxed, extra shorts.
$lu .25; clear lilts, $Ui.25; short clears, $15.50.
Ft il L 1 K i Steady ; chickens, isc: sprtna.
164116c; turkeys, 18Vb"22c; ducks, 8c; geese,
PUTTER Steady; creamery, 24427VrO.
F.IK1S Steady at 16c.
Wheat, bu 40,0)10 36.OH0
Corn, bu 34,0t0 32,(I0
Oats, bu 49,000 11,000
Kaaaia City lira In and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, July .-WHKAT-July.
810; September, P8V; December, 99V;
cash 2o to So up; No. 2, $1.0lVijl.09; No. 3,
9s.-rutl.08; No. 2 red, 98c4i$1.01; No. 3, ktcU
CORN July, Rff'ic; September, 67V; De
cember, 64c, bid; cash V to lo higher: No.
2 mixed, olHWc; No. 3, aOtiptflo; No. 2 white,
MVlr; -o. a, M4)MC.
OATS 1c higher; No, $ white, 404jH2c;
RYK No. 2. 70c.
H AY lTnchanged; choice timothy, $14,004
14 M: choice prairie. $10.25fj 10.60.
BUTTER Creamery, extras, 25V; firsts,
24V: seconds. 22 V; packing stock, 20V.
EGG Firsts, $4.50; seconds. $3.50; current
receipts, new cases, $3.90; miscellaneous.
, 75.000 69.0110
Corn bu ...
Oats, bu .,
Mllwaakeo drain Market.
MILWAUKEE. July . WHEAT No. 1
northern. $l.l4ll 20; No. t northern, $1.1742
1.19; September. $1.0414.
BARLEY -Samples, 6&4i7'ic.
PEORIA, July t.--ORN-Hlgher; No. i
yellow, Mc; No. $ yellow, 2c; No. 8. 62c;
V a a..
standard, 41c; No. . 3
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Rumor of Reduced Union Pacific
Dividend it Ridiculed.
ST. PAUL STRONG IN WALL STREET
Generally, Market Continues to Was;
and It la Believed the Bot
tom Will Hons Be
NEW YORK. July 9. (Special Telegram.)
The awraae market price of thirty stand
ard Industrial and railroad stocks is now
ll; one year, ago the same stocks averaged
IMS. Slowly and surely the market is sag
ging to a level where bear runiord can have
no effect. The bottom must soon be
touched. . We are certainly approaching a
firm standard when f lunctuatlona will be
up instead of downward.
The stock market during the present
week was In a nervous and unsettled stale,
but commencing yesterday a stronger tone
has prevailed. With the Improved senti
ment prevailing, Wall street is inclined to
pay less attention to reports of lowered
dividends. A more rational view Is being
Thus tho rumor that Union Pacific may
reduce Its dividend ha- being ridiculed. The
groHs earnings of Union Facifio would h:ive
to fall off 2x,000,000. or 30 er cent, before
the 6 per cent from railroad . operations
would hegln to reduce. From 190 to Iwis
Union Pacific gros-r earnings fell off :ioo,
000. Income from Investments would have to
drop 110.000.000 before the margin of safety
over and above the 4 per cent on Union
Pacific would be wiped out
The directors of the St. Paul Railroad
company took the most effectual means of
disposing of the rumors that St. Paul's
dividend was to be cut by declaring the
dividend for the half Just ending ut the
usual rate. St. Paul Is In stronger condi
tion than many of the Wall street inter
. Shock for tho near.
The promulgators of the bear rumors got
another shock from Atchison. The declar
ation of the regular quarterly dividend on
the common stock of Atchison was what
was generally expected. However, as usual
the dividend Waa discounted. The com
pany s gross earnings in the fiscal year
Just ended were $106,000,000, tho largest In
the company's history.
The street, or at any rate a great part
of It, got a surprise in the advance of
the annual dividend rate of Virginia-Carolina
Chemical from 3 to 6 per cent. Evi
dence that the Increased dividend rate had
not been discounted by the Insiders was
shown by the fact that the stock has ad
vanced 6 Per cent sine tho itni.r.Mn
The bank statement shows another heavy
i .V Kurrnc irom ixew xork banks
to the United States subtreasury. From the
Interior during the week there was a net
Inflow of $l,90ti)0, but on operations with
the subtreasury, owing to corporation pay
ments, there was a loss of 18,169.000, the net
result being a drain of $6,263,000 from the
New York banks. The first gold import
movement has been Inaugurated with the
engagement of 11.750.000 irnld har. i t,-
J""'" tne flr8t large Import of gold
fu.ui.o mnoe January, i0B. other en
gagements which are ponding are tempor
arily checked by a raise in the exchange
Copper Is War Down.
Producers of copper are of the opinion
that the price ol this metal has found its
.?' oeneve that future move
ment will be upward. Adolnh Lewisohn
tne copper magnate, who arrived In this
country yesterday from Europe, is of the
opinion that there la nn n.u,o,.,lu ...
amalgamation of the copper interests of the
United States Into a "combine." Mr. Lew
isohn believe natural laws will adjust con
ditions in the copper metal market without
relying ution a i'ntruii..iun
ducers to raise and lower the output as the
orders soem to Justify. He said the pres
ent copper condftions have prevailed before
.-r" " aiways adjusted them-
"""Y"- J-wisonn looks optimistically
vii 1 11 e ill iiki mn nnff uavm n... .1 : i ,
Europe governing this metal are very bright
Just now. .
Soever & C.n. hn m,rt..- .L -
Missouri. Kansas & Texas Railway com
pany $10,000,000 one-year 6 ner oent i,,
gold bondw. The proceeds of tha win k.
r"He2. to, flnanc the cost of new terminals
in ht. Louis, new eonlnment snH irr.nr...
ments and the acquisition of the stock of
t a .-iitrai railway, a valuable
-w,,,cn owns a Traction over
miles of line from Waco to Ho tan, Tex.
In the Field of 'Laor
The settlement of labor difficulties upon
southern railroads has clarified the atmos
phere lu that section, practically free of
KS. i'a H?weve''. trouble has now been
. 1,10 rBSl ard middle west again,
with employes of the Pennsylvania lines del
inarming higher wages. An amicable ad-
j..w..i ui mis airricuity is anticipated
I ne .Pennsylvania rnai'i trnnhla 1o n44
leduby.ine conciliatory attitude adopted by
both sides. .
Louisville & Nashville earned less for its
stock in the second half of the fiscal year
than It did in the first. The road has Just
closed its fiscal year with nearly 17 per
nt earned upon Its lines.
No steps are being taken to regulate the
prices in the steel market. A shrinkage is
l?.wn, .but tne outlot 'or trade is good.
Statistics compiled today show that ac
tual sales pf new railroad, industrial and
public service bonds of all classes during
June reached total of $120,00(5,000, bringlna
tna grana total for the first half of the
year up to $876,000,000. The bond market has
thought" " conipletely Pthejtlc as some
An. '"V!"' 'n'erest Is the election of Ed
ward H. It. Green, son of Hetty Qreen. as
a director in the Seaboard National bank.
When Mr. Green arrives here later In the
month from Texas, where he runs the Mid
land railroad, it is reported he will make
another attempt to become a factor in
Number of sales und leading quotations
v. ct .irv. n a vyrsiv u 1O110W8:
Sales. Hlrh. Low. Close.
American Agricultural ....
American Beet Sugar
American C. A K
Americas Cotton Oil
American H. A L. ptd
Am, loe Securities
American 8. A K
Am. 8. A K pfd
Am. Steel Koundriea
Am. Sugar ReMnlng
American T. A T
American Tobacco ptd
Anauonda Mining Co
Atlautlo Coast Una.
Baltimore A Ohio.
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pat! If to
Central Leather pfd
Central of Mew Jersey
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago A Alton ,
tailcago Ot. W
C. O. W. pM
Chicago A N. W
C M. A St. P
C. C. C. A 8t. L
Colorado F. 4k I
10 28 23 21i
o,uu on esj s
iw l-' :is
Colorado 4e Bouihem
Consolidated Uaa ,
Ilelaware A Hudaon
Denver A Rio urande ,
1. R. O. pfd.
Krle lat ptd
Brie M pfd
Oivat Northern pfd
tireet Northern Ore ctfa. ..
Int. Met. pfd
International Harveatar ..
International Marine' pfd.
Kanau City 80
K. C. So. pfd
lac lade Oaa
Uralavllle A N
Minn. Bt. Loula
M., St. p. A s. a. M
. 600 ao
100 141 V.
6I0 6a 61 62
410 111 11 14
Vt 4lr ly
400 W 14 M
lwi 44 43 43
I'M) 1 lt 1(
too rv n ii
wn (1 ci 41
2,u ua x 7
6 14 141 141
. ) 27 37 3
1M 126 124 1M
1.1U0 12 31 34
100 44 4
1.IKI0 6 67 6
W l uT
'"ino iis ji iui4
10 42 41 43
300 97 17 7
I.1U0. 111 116 117
6il 4 34 .
t.0 la 127 in
400 106 lug 104
100 la 6 M
100 165 16 ISA
I6.ku 144 143 144
lu 11 l 1
4.IH1 31 to 31
1 7.1 71 73
,. .. ai
M., K. tc T
M., K. T. pfd
National Hlerult -. .
N. K. H. of M. Id pfd
New York central
N. Y.. O. W
Norfolk A Western
People s uaa
P., (!.. C. It. L
Preaard Steel Car
Hull man Palace t'-r
Klla 8tel Spring
Republic tt.l pfd
Kerk laland t
Ha t l.lan V pfd
at. L. S. P. M pfd ....
IU Lou.1 8. W
(". I., ft. w. rM
Slnaa-Khelftatil S. A I.,,
So. Rallwar plii
Texaa At pacific
T., St. L, a: W
T., St. U W. pfd
l"nnn Pacific rfcl
, "l ew
nltd fllatea Hlty....
nl!4 Slaira Kubtwr.
nltrl Siaira Kr.1
. 8. Knl pfd
a.-i'antlina C'hamlral ,
Kmnrn Mary1an4 ......
WhMtlna A llia Krla.
Tntal aalia tor tin iij, iZl.iiK) a6ra.
etr York Money .Market.
NBW YORK. July 9. MONK Y On call,
nominal; Time loans, very strong; sixty
days. per cent and ninety uays, 4'u
4' per cent; six months, 6V4 per cent.
PlllMli; .Mt,K(JAIVllL,t, fAftlVllV
STtKL.iPiU JxcitArurj wteaay, witn
dual business In bankers' bills at $4.837041)
i.KVM for sixty-day bills and at H.KiSO for
demand; commercial bills, $4 .834i4.83V.
SILVER Bar, 6uV; Mexican dollars.
BO.NDS uovernment, steaay; rauroaa.
C'lOHlng quotations on bonds today were
V. S. rf. la, r(....1lInt. M. M. 44a
do coupon lWS'Japan 4s p'
V. s. la, rf miH du
do coupon 10IK. C. to. lnt la iiw
V. 8. 4a. rag 1MNL. 8. dab. 4a Ml ...
do coupon lUSb. ft N. unl. aa
AIM. -hl. tat Is T M , K. & T. lat 4f.. 4
Am Ag. (a
.1MI do fan. 4S tJ
.10) llu, facitlv 4a i.4
. 7HN. It. It. of M. 4Wa n
.1ih-,n. Y. c f. IWa "H
. il Mo deb. 4a tt
. lN. Y., N. If. A H.
. IOoVj c'r. Oa Ml
.linSN. A W. lat c 4a.. M
. 4 do ct. 4. V4
. y'tNo. I'aciflo 4a 1101
. not do la
. '..0. a. L. rfds. 4a w
. H Pann. av. I'a mi... tij4
.1044 do eoa. 4a 1UJ4
. KaWKcadtns sail. 4a
.1 81. L. 8. F. If. 4a. .VI
.luoii do gan. la Ui
Am. T. A T. cT.a4.,
Am. Tobacco 4a....,
Armour A Co. 4Ha
Atrhiaon gan. -la...
do ct. 4a
do ct. Ge ... .....
At. C. U lat 4a...
Ual. A Ulilo 4a
do . IV. 3Va...
Brk. Tr. ct. 4a
Cen. of ua. 6a
Can, Leather &e....
et?. ol N. J. g. f.a.
Chea. A Ohio 4We..
do eg. 4 Via
Mst. U 8. W. o. 4a.. W)
Chicago 4c A. 3V,a..
11 do lat sild 4a -J"
B . U. 1
WHS. U adj. ea.
.. V '
do gen. 4a ... .
3 Bo. Pac. col. 4a..
I4a 1S do ct. 4a
4a. 71 do lat ref. 4a..,
..... M'tSo. Hallway 6a..
74 do gen. 4a
C. M. A I P. d.
C, H. I. P. 1
do rfg. 4a
Colo. lnd. 6a...
Cola Mid. 4e..
47 Union Parlllo 4a
C. A 8. r. A a. 4 Va. Mli
do ct. 4a
I), at H. ot. 4a.....
WW do 1st A ref. 4a..
1). 4k R. O. 4a...'...
., 1SV. 8. Rubber 4a....
.. oaU. 8. Steel Id 6a...
.. 16 Ve.-Oero. them. 6a
.. mSWabajMi let 6a
.. 46 do lat ex. 4a...
.. (7 Western Md. 4a
.. II Waal. EIho. ct. la..
do ref. 6a.
Erie p. 1. 4a
do gen. 4a
do ct. 4a. aer. A.
do aeriea B
Oon. Bloc. cv. la..
..WS Wla. Central 4a
111. Cn. lat ref.
UTH'Mo. Pao. ot. la ctfa. WVk
Int. Met. 44"
atatementa of CleatrlBK Ilonae Baalu.
NEW YORK, July 9. The statement ot
clearing l.ouae banks for the week (five
days) shows that the banks hold $11,326,660
more than thes requirements of the 25 per
cent reserve rule. This is a decrease of
$7,bol,WO In the proportionate cash reserve
as compared with last week. The state
Loans $1,208,016,600 $ 7,521,400
Ex-(J. 8. deposits..
The percentage of actual reserve- of the
clearing house banks today was 26. bo.
The statement of banks and trust com
panies of Oreater New York not reporting:
to the clearing house shows: ,,
Loans $1,147,892,000 $27,347,100
Specie 127,122,700 3,247,600
Legal tender 22.0i6.7W
Total deposits.. 1.248,873,800
Londoa Stock Market
LONDON. July . On the Stock exchange
here today American rails openea net on
the government crop report and the pros
nects of a poof New York bank statement.
Later prices naroenea sugntiy on a tew
covering orders, but the, market closed un
certain. . . '
Cloning; quotations on stocks were:
HIl-MLoalrrllla A N 146
.. ttVjM., K. A T 12
.. VjN. Y. Oentral 1UH
.. 7S Norfolk A W 100
.. MM do sfd Kt
Baltimore A Ohio.,
Canadian Pacific ..
Cheaapeake 4k Ohio,
..101 Ontario A W 43
..110 Pennaylvanta 46
...l:4Rand illnea t.
74 Reading T8Uj
Chicago Ot. W.
C. M. A Bt. P.
.. 14 So. Railway IBS
..121 do ptd 16
17H8outbern Paclflo ....lli.
Dener A R. 0 10V Union Paclflo
do ptd lm do pfd S3
Erie I4T6U. 8. Steel 70t
do lat pfd 42Vi do pfd Ill
do Id ptd II Wabaeh 17ft
Grand Trunk 17 Wabaeh pfd 86
Illlnola Central Ul Rpantah 4a II
S1LVKR Bar, steady at 25Sd per ounce.
MONKY 1H per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 2h per cent; for three
months' bill 2 per cent.
Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns,
Jr., 633 New York Life building, Omaha:
Cudahr Packing Co. Is,1 114 .,
City Nat l Mana Bldg. 4a, 1IW ,
Cltjr ot Omaha 414a, 1930
Colurnbua IClec. Lt. I, 1924 ,
tirioan ire lua. 'tJO
Iowa Portland Cement lat mtg. 4a. ...
Iowa Portland Cement eon. 6e
kauaaa City, kea. at Orient pfd....
Kaiuuui Oaa A Hiea. 7 pfd
Kanaaa Oaa A Bleo. 6a, Iftg
Michigan Stat let. ptd
llorria A Co. iaa. US)
Neb. Telephone atock, . ax die..
' n '
Neb. Traction A Power 4a, 1Mb......
Omaha Water Co. 6a, 144..
Omalia uaa la, 1111 ,. II
Omaha E, L. pfd. 1 a:!1.
umana at C b. St. My. pfd., 1 as
Omalia 4fc C. M. SL Ky. la, lane rtl
Omaha tt C. B. Ky. 4k B. pfd 44 ia
Paclflo T. A T. la, 1W7 17
Swill anu couipauy ae, !..... eata
City of Soutb umaha ea rata
State lnauiaooe Co. 11
Seattle, ty of, la, 1. 104
tnlon Stock Yards stock. So. Omaoa.. 96
Boaloa Itocka auti lloutla.
BOSTON, July 0. Closing quotation on
tninlns; stocks were as follows:
A mat. Oopper ..,
A. Z. U A 8....
Artauna Coin. .
H. A C C. A 8.
. 40 Nevada Con.
. 22 Nlplaaing MLnae ,,
. 14 North Itutte
. 6 North Lake
. liOld Dominion
. 17 oeceole
. 41 Parrott 8. A C
. 14Shannoa ,
. 11 Superior
. 7 Superior A B. M..
. T" Huparlor A F. C..
. 30 U. gw C. A O
, 4 U. 6. S. K. A M.
.14 do pfd
. t'tab t oo.
. 43 Winona ...
. 10 WolTarlna
Cat. A Arliona
!al. A Hecla
Copper ltange U. C.
Kaat Butte C M ...
Oreene Cananea ...
lale Rorale Copper.,
Kerr Lake ,
La Salle Copper
New York (.orb tlwktt
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan A Bryan, members New York
Stock exchange, 3io Boutn tnxteenui street,
Bay Slate Oaa..,
Kly Central ....
Ooldfiald Con. .
34 Larvae 4
, 17 Nevada Con
, 10 Newoouee
, ltblo Copper
1 Hawhlde Coalition
, WHay Central
, 46 Swift Pkg. Co
, Superior A P
, t'Tunopah Mining ,,
, I Trinity Copper ....
, T North Lake
, T Bohemia
Book of Uerssanr Stateaaeat.
BERLIN, Jury . The weekly statement
of the Imperial Bank of Germany shows
the following changes;
.... 34.82.0oO mark
Cash In hand
Notes In circulation..
... 177,233.000 mark
... 99 Ml.ooo marks
... 17,794,000 marks
saw I ...
uTl Gold in I
OMAHA. July 9 Bank clearing for to
day were $2.33,67187 and for the correspond
ing date iaat year $2,108,176.42. Total clear
ing lor the week were;
1,108, 17. 42
...$:l,U4 496.78 $12,792,063 04
OMAHA LIVE SlOCli MARKET
Some Kindt of Cattle Lower, Others
Higher for Week.
uOGS ARE IIVx, pOXS HJGHES
Hrrp on Mule Hatarday mm
Prices tor Wrek Are Stroo,
W hile l.amba Are tieoerally
SOUTH OMAHA, July . 1810.
Ckillti. Xlolie. ouocp.
Official Monday ...
catiiiiaia oaiurd&y .
ISlx day this week 11.20S 2i.m .
tiume uuya last week....ll,t4 oe.uos la. ail
dtime uays 2 weeks ago.. 1,, 143 l, ao.441
came Uays 3 weeks aso..l5,l2 4i,o48 l,fo4
riaino days 4 weeks v,Ui U,rUf
6uiiiu tlaja last year. ...12,314 4o,uW s.mi
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep nt South Omalia for
tne year to, date compared witn last year:
11(10. 1S. . inc. aJoc.
Cattle tK..lM 4tu.:7 lu.ciJ
Hons Uiii.-Vvl l,44f.oa 204.410
silu-ep 70o,SJ 18,4i6 2i,407
The foilovwiiK tauitj ahuue tne aveiKiU
prices of lions at fcotuh Omalia lor 111 wl
several days, with comparisons:
Ua'tes. 1010. liH.lJ6.la0i.lihj.190o.l'J01.
8 9t4 7 62 W
9 02 I J 561 03
6 921 I 471 S 221
e 16 461 s 1
a su-aj I u S vo
$ 784.1 7 6.: & ;
t4 1 23
6 4 4S
6 761 6 4ft 5 29
i ; oa
e , ee
8 IvSt-l 7 711 e I i 7U, fi 4ol 6 2i 6 6
s ; ,i t m & 7u, s 4ii & 251 6 21
I 7HJ 7 Wl 2o 481 5 2ii. 6 19
6 66 1 i 7 o 15 5 74 5 29 1 5 17
I I 7 67 8 181 5 691 6 52 5 lo
Receiuts and tliMiinsitloii of live stock at
the Union block Yards, South Omaha, Neb.,
tor tweiity-lout- hours undlng at o clock
p. m., July 9, 1910:
C. M. & St P 4
Union Pacific 8 .. 1
C. ot N. VV., east 23
C. it N. W., west 4 23 .. I
U. St. P. M. & O t. 7
C. B. & g., east 4 1
C. Ii. tt y., west 11 .. .
C. R. 1. ac P., east.. .. ,3
C. R. 1. ec P., west..' .. 2 . ..
Illinois Central '1
V. ii. W 3 i
Total receipts 8 84 2 2
Omaha Packing Co
88 636 ....
99 .... ....
Swift etc Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Cudahy ,' from K. City
Cudahy from So. St. Paul
Hill & son
Other buyers ,
Totals 216 2,W 417
CAj. mere were liu catl.e of any
consequence here Uirlay, Uie market being
practically bare as usual at the ciose oi
tho week. Receipts lor the week have not
been very large, showing a slow falling
off a compared with last week and suu
more ot a tailing off as compared with a
year ago. A feature of the week's run has
been the large supply of cornfed steers.
It Is a question If mere ha been any week
previous to this when more good cornfed
steers arrived at the yards. In conse
quence of this large supply of fat cattle
receipt of other kind were oorrespona
lngiy small. -The
market on beef cattle opened on
Tuesday higher, an advance of 10i0Uc beUig
reported, but a a matter of fact some cat
tle showed even more sain than that. Dur
ing the two day following the market
broke badly, all the advance Detng wipea
out and more too. At the close of tne week
It is safe to quote the market lOWldc lower
than at the close of last week,, ana on
some kinds of cattle the market 1 possibly
a flat Hoc lower.
Cow and heifers were light all week, or
at least In moderate supply, with the re
ault that the market waa in a good healthy
condition. The severe break In beef cattl
would naturally have some Influence on
butcher stock, but still the supply was so
moderate that prices remained Ilrm, and
at the close of the week the market Is
anywhere from a little stronger to as much
as louloo hlgner In some cases.
Stocker and feeders were in moderate
supply throughout the week, while the de
mand was somewhat Unproved owing to
the better feellna- prevailing In the country
In oonseauence of the June rains. Prices
gradually, firmed up and at the close of
the week are around lOt&loc higher. than
one wvek ago.
Quotations on cattle: Gooa ' to cnoic
cornfed Kteers, I7.2Mi8.00; fair to good corn
fed steers, 16. 60s:7. 25; common to fair corn-
fed steers, l6.50ia6.eo: good to choice cows
and heifers, $5. 006.00; fair to good cows
nd heifers, $3.807j4.00; common to lair cows
and heifers.li.COftij.so: good to cnoice stock
rs and feeders, I4.264j5.65; fair to good
stockers and feeders, $3.io&4.Z; common
to fair stockers and feeder. $3.00&3.7o
atock heifer. $J.254j4.00: veal calves, $3,500
7.00; bulls, stags, etc., $3.25f4.70,
' . COWS.
At. Pr. No.
.. 741 $ 00 te
.. Ill I 15
3 4 IS
4 170 I 75 4 ,
4 126 I 00
140 I 50
STOctCLRS AND FEEDERS.
H. 461 I 76 41 940 4 26
13 721 8 SO
' VV KSTkUtNS NEBRASKA. ,
Frank Sides Neb.
21 feeders.. 108 5 60 ' Scows 834 4 35
3 cows 818 8 00 t cow 1000 4 35
12 calves... 171 6 50 1 bull 1290 t 66
10 Sleers....l246 6 55 '
Scott Sldea Neb.
II steers.. ..1008 (50 Scows 940
1 oow 1070 4 00 1 heifers... 836
3 oalves... 185 6 50 2 calves... 2C6
8 15 i
4 50 '
HOU8 The market recovered a portion of
yesterday's sharp decline today on a limited
supply. In a general way, hogs sold about
a nickel higher, but an uneven session Is
always a poor basis tor comparison and
salesmen's opinions were colored more or
less by the treatment they received yes
terday. Some business was done at figures
no better than strong, while dime advances
were also apparent In both divisions. Light
shipping and bacon grades met with the
popular demand' as usual and sold at or
near the top of ' the list. Shippers picked
out a few loads, but their orders were
not large enough to exclto very much com
petition. Movement was fairly active and
pens cleared within two hours after the
opening. Heavies and extra heavies ex
perienced the average advance, but the
usual spread Is still In force, extra and
rough lot bringing the low figures.
Selected lights sold up as high as $8.90,
good mixed around $8. 60 8. 65 and heavies
around $8.5024l.tt, according to quality and
weight. Bulk ranged from $8.60 to $8.65.
For the week receipt have been relatively
light, but demand for product has been
very dull and hog prices have weakened
as a result. Current sales are just about
itt'Mo lower than those at last week's
At. Sh. Pr.
...331 100 I 12
...344 40 I 4a
...144 140 I 46
...3.14 100 I 41
...324 ... 141
...234 U0 I 46
...111 40 I 46
...141 40 I 41
...149 1(10 I 41
...140 200 I 06
...341 ... 146
... 40 I 46
...137 10 I 41
40 I II
40 I 46
49 I 41
40 I 46
180 I 46
110 I 46
... I 69
10 I 60
0 I 60
10 I 69
50 I 60
40 I 10
40 I 60
... I 66
M I 65
130 I 41
130 I 70
... I 10
40 I 70
40 I 70
40 I 71
80 I 71
... I II
U I II
149 I 16
... I 11
100 I 49
... I 44
0 I 40
49 I 49
40 I 19
.369 140 I 61
....171 14 I 66
....SM lu I 66
... 14 ... Ill
....141 ... 166
..... 130 4 64
....141 ... IU.
... MO 149 I 66
....166 316 I 44
....Ul 140 IS
...IU 340 140
....BMI 111 IS)
...141 ... 140
. ... 1-41 49 IM
....344 S I 90
SHEEP Two loads of sheep and lambs,
mixed, were received hls morning, but
they were consigned direct to a packer and
the market remained nominally steady.
For the week, supplies have been fairly
liberal and demand rather quiet, closing
..rt. nreaenting a very dull appearance.
Bulk of the run conalsied of western stack
nd sharp advances wi scored on Tu.
day, the trle appearing 15fi25c higher.
Practically an or tne eariy improvement
has vanlHhed during the last two or three
days, however, and best kinds of sheep are
little if any nisner man a weea ago. tiomi
riahily-wetuht yearlings are uiitiiatny up to
$6 60, choice fat wethers would sell around
14 40 and strictly prune grass ewe would
not sell over $4.25 at most.
Lamb trade haa been pretty sticky on
most dsys owing to heavy southern supply
t eaatern points, out loral prices have
held up remarkably well. It lakes extra
quality lo bring $7.7o anil the ordinary run
of stuff ha Ix-en moving around 17.00, little
different from quotations at last week's
Feeder sort was fairly large this week.
ml hlle the Inquiry is by no means as
active aa.lt was a year ago. there arc
plenty of orders on rile to lake care of
moderate offerings. The week Is closing
with a perfect clearance, most of the etntr
selling on much the same basis as common
nd fair quality killing stock.
Quotations on grass stock: Good tn rh,,l,.
lambs, $7,264(7.75; fair to good lambs, $ 7.Va
7.25; fair to god lambs, $6.7oi;,7.25; feeding
lambs. $O.OOM.25; handy weight vearllnca.
$r..00i(6.50; heavy yearlings, $4.6Wi5.00; heavy
reeling yeaning", e.e"i4.oo; goon to choice
wetneif, 4.i6ii 4.40; fair to good wethers.
$J..Vy 4.1.'i; feeding wethers, ;).D(ii.Ni; fat
ewes, $3 75i 4.2-i; feeding ewes, $2.7)3.25.
thlcago Live "tuck Market.
CIUCAtiO, July 9. CATTLK Receipts.
estimated at 700 head: market steuily;
beeves. $5.$MiS.35; western Meets. ti.3Un.i1.io:
stockers sua feeders, $3.7iVu;. ,"0; cows and
hellers, $2.66'f46.0: calves. to.OOuio.O.
HOUS-Otecclpts. estimated at 9,000 head;
market b'uioc higher; light, $J.10n9 35;
mixed, ?S.s,ya.37V; heavy, $.joo9.1o; rough.
s.tn.ui.w; good to choice heavy, $J.o0'j 3.10;
pigs, ti.lu((iv.4u; bulk of sales, $.90u'J.lo.
cuttci' AMU LAMIts-Receipl. esu-iiMtt-u
at 4,000 heud; market steauy; native.
z.nxu'I.oo; western, I2.mku4.60: leanings. 14. .6
luu.ou; minus, native. 4.,iaYuO: western 14.90
V i . w.
Kansas City Live Stoek Market.
KANSAS CllY, July 9 CA'iTLH Re
ceipts, 2uo heud; no soutneins; market.
steady; native steers. J4.io1i8.Uj: southern
steers, $4.006.25; southern cous, ii.4.uti;
nutive cows and heifers. I2..5ut7.25: stockers
and feeders) $3.25tj5.50; buns, $3.2o4.ij;
calves, $3.i648.2u; western steers, 84.'ia(ui.40;
western cows, $3.2oUo.60.
HOGS Receipts, 2,000 head; market, 6ijl0c
lower: bulk of aalex. XX xnruK ikl: heuvv. Ih 71
ifi.H,, pacKYrs and butchers, 8.b09.00; light,
$o.90tj9.1o; pigs, 4.r,ixu,.00.
SHKKP AND LAMUS-Receipts, 1,000
head; market, steudy; muttons, $4.o04t-i.00;
lambs. I7.0O4jX.15: fed ayethera and VearllllilS.
$4.264j5.50; fed western ewes, $3.7i(H.50.
St. Losls Live Block Market.
' ST. LOUIS, July 9. CATTLE-1 Receipts,
500 head. Including 200 Texans; .market,
steady; native beef steers, $o.75&8.40; cows
and heifers, 4.70(iyi7.25; stockers and feed
ers, $l.5ju.75; Texas and Indian steers,
$4 507.00; cow and heifers, $3.&tU6.7o;
calves In carload lots, - $7.50yS.75.
HOGS Receipts, 4,600 head; market
steady; pigs und lights, $9j0or9.65; packers;
$.8604t9.26; butcher and best heavy, $8.9010
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpls, 6,0c0
head; market, steady; native muttons, $400
424.60; lambs, KUiXjtS.OO. .
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 200 head; market, steady; steers,
$5.'io&7.75; cows and heifers, $3.2oO6.25;
HOGS Receipts. 8,000 head; market,
steady to 5c higher; top, $9.05; bulk of sales,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600 head;
market, slow; lambs, $7.25fy,7.75.
Stock In Slant.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
St. Joseph ....
Kansas City .
St. Louis ......
Totals 1,823 82,681 12,115
FINANCIER CLAIMS .DISCREPANCY
Statement of Associated Bank Pro-
dncea Unexplained Conflict.
NBW YORK, July .-The Financier will
An amaxing discrepancy marked the
publication of the statement of the asso
ciated banks of the city of New York for
the week ending Saturday, based on the
statement of averages and oq the actual
conditions of institutions. In the average
Statement the loss In legale was reported
a $13,500,000; loans were reported as hav
ing decreased $7,500,000, while deposits fell
The result of these operations wa to re
duce the reserve on all deposits by $7,591,900.
making tlae surplus? reserve $11,326,555. The
statement of actual conditions showed a
decrease ot $24,021,100 In loans; an increase
of $3,844,300 In cash and a decrease in de
posits brought the cash reserve to $10,0719,000,
making the present surplus above the 25
per cent minimum, $ld,739,100.
There Is no explanation to reconcile these
Conflicting! statements, but, as a matter of
fact, the report ot actual conditions prob
ably more clearly defines the real position
of tho banks. The summary of state banks
and trust companies not reporting to the
New York Clearing house showed an
enormous decrease of $27,347,000 in Kajis,
a contraction of $28,003,800 in deposits, and
an increase of $17,000,000 In cash. The trust
company position is therefore stronger.
NEW YORK, July 8. COTTON Futures,
closed steady. Closing bids: July, 15.47c;
August, 14.79c; September, 13.90c; October,
U.toc; November, 12.66c; December, 12.63c;
January, 12.63c; February, 13.64c; March.
12.67c; May, 12.70c. Spot closed quiet, 6
points higher; middling upland 15.45c; mid
dling gulf 15.70c. No sale.
LIVERPOOL, July 9.-4JOTTON Quiet;
prices 7 points higher: American middling
fair, 8.43c; good middling, 8.13c; middling,
7.99c; low middling, 7.89c; good ordinary,
7.63c; ordinary, "7. 88c. The sales of the day
were 7.000 bales of which 300 were for spec
ulation and export and Included 8,700 Ameri
can. Receipts. 2,000 bales. Including 1,900
American. Futures opened steady and
London Stock Market.
1lNDON. July 9. During the week the
tock market suffered much liquidation in
connection with a reported failure In Pa:-ls.
Values sagged all around until the we-k
end, when moderate buying and a tempor
ary recovery in Americans, imparieu a
American securities lost a to 4 point
early In the week on continued bear pres
sure, but recovered on the announcement of
gold engagements and the maintenance of
various dividends. 1 ooay, nowever, tne
bad government crop report brought a
fresh break and under renewed liquidation
the. market closed uncertain and from 1 to
4 points undor last Saturdy.
8 agar and Molnaoea.
NEW YORK. July $. SUGAR Raw,
firm; Muscovado, 89 teat, 3.83o; oontrlfugai,
96 teat, 4.33c; molasseg sugar, 89 test, 3.58c.
Refined, steady; cut loal, 6.9oc; eruslieni,
6.80c: mould A, 6.60c; cubes, 6 40c; XXX X.
powdered, 6.30c; powdered, 5.2oc; granu
lated, 6.15c; diamond A, 6.15c; confection
ers' A, 4.9oc; No. 1, 4.90c; No. 2. 4.85c; No.
3, 4.80c: No. 4, 4.75c; No. 5, 4.70c; No. ,
4.65c; No. 7, 4.60c; No. 8, 4.56c; No. 9. 4.50c;
No. 10, 4.45c; No. 11. 4.40c; No. 12, 4.35c; No.
13, 4.80c; No. 14, 4.30c.
MOLASSES Steady; New Orleans, open
WASHINGTON, July 9. The condition of
the treasury at the beginning of business
today was as follows: Trust funds: Gold
coin, $862,798,869; silver dollars, $490,576,000;
silver dollars of 1890, $3,662,000; sliver cer
tificates outstanding, $490,675,000. General
fund, $6,590,667: current liabilities, $90.5741115;
working balances In treasury offices, $14 149.
804; In banks to credit of treasurer of the
United States, $39,658,397; subsidiary silver
coin, $19,626,555; minor coin. $1,221,500; total
balance In general fund, $107,173,435.
Oils nnd Heal.
NEW YORK, July 9. OILS Petroleum,
ateady; refined, New York, bbls., $7.63; re
fined. New York, bulk, $4 16; Phlkidelphia.
bbls., $7.66; Philadelphia, bulk, $4.15. Tur
pentine, firm; machine bbls., 68c.
ROSIN Steady; strained, common to
SAVANNAH. Oa., July $.-OILr-Turpen-tlne,
firm at 64466C. t
ROSIN Firm; typo K and G, $5.50.
Liverpool Groin Siarkrt.
LIVERPOOL. July . WHEAT Spot,
dull; No. 3 red western winter, no stock.
Future, strong; July, 7s; October, 7s
Iiecemher. 7 2d.
CORN Spot, firm; old American mixed,
6a4'.kd; old American mixed, via Galveston,
lalVtd; new kiln dried, iilM. Futures,
dull; September, 4s64ad: October, 4s 7d.
NEW YORK. July .-C'OFFEK Futures
closed a lead y. at a net gain ol 4 to 7 points;
amine were reported of 2X750 bags; closing
bids; July, $6.85; August, $6.90, September,
lii.tiO: October. 1Y,!5: November nnd Decern-
tier, IT.tm; spot, steady; Rl' No. 7, 8 7-16;
Santos No. 4. 9t-; mild, steady; Cordova,
OMillA .KNl:llAI. MARKET.
Staple nnd laar) Produce Prices Par.
nlahetl by lluyrrs and Wholesalers.
HUTTER-Crtamery, No. 1. dellveve.1 t
the retail trade In l-IK cartons, sou; No. I
in 25-il. tuns, 2Vvc; No. i. ill l-lb. cartons,
27c; No. .'. 111 tki-lb. nibs, 2i'o; packing
stock, hulld pack. JO ic; dairy, 111 0O-I0. tub.
2jc. Market rliuiiges every Tuesday.
CHEESE-Twins, 17, c; yuuiw Auvilciis.
JSc; daisy, llc; triplets, 17'jc; llinbei ger,
lc; No. I brick, 17c, No. 2, U ; hvtporlrg
!wi.h, 30c; dunnsllc Swiss, 23c; bl,ck Sul.-s,
ltM'LTRY DrcMsetl broilers, Sc; belts,
15c, cocks, UVic; ducks, lc; geese, IjC; tur
keys, 2tic; pigeons, per doit., 11. "0; Iioiih r
squab, per (tox 14. ou; fancy squab., per
do., $3.6ti; No. 1, per dos., 13.00. Allt'9
broilers, from l',4 to Pi llif., 2oc; l'4j to i
lbs., lc; hens, 12c; old loonier, 7c; ducj,,
full feathered. 7c: ceic, full ftaiiiirnl, V.
tuiktya, I8c; iulina fowls, 200 each; pigeons,
per do., iuc; lionui.", per Uox., minaiit,
No. 1, per tlox., $-'00; No. 2, per dos., 6e.
FISH tall frosonl l'k'lterel, lie; wlilte
IIMi, 14c, pike, Uc; trout, lie; laryc crajiples,
20c; Sp.tniHli maelierel, ISc; tel. lac; had
dock, 13c; flounders, 171c; green catiev!i, isc;
buffalo, be; halibut, 12c; white peicii, 9c;
bullhuads, 14c; white cat, le; roeshad, II 00
tacli, shadruv. per pair, 60c; fro legs, per
BEEF Ci:TS-Rlbs. No. 1, 16'io; No. 2.
14c; No. 3. 9c. Loin, No. 1. 18c; No. 2. 14c;
No. 8, 10c. Chuck, No. 1, 8'fcc; No. 2, 7'sc;
No. 8, liUc. Round, No. 1, llc; No. 2. 10'c;
No. 8, 8c. 1'late, No. 1, 7U-'; No. 2, 6tc;
No. 3, 6L4C.
FRC1 IS Oranges: California Camclla
bland Redland valenciUK, loo ante, per box,
$3.76; U6 size, per box, $4.60; 160 sisc, $4 50;
176 and smaller sizes, per box, 84.50. Ha
vana Mediterranean awcuts, 200 216 sixes,
per box. $4.00. Lemons: Liinonlera, extra
funcy, 300-300 sixes, $0.00; choice, 3o0-.'Hj0 sizes,
per box, $8,001)8.50; 240 slxc, 50c per box less;
Sunset brand, per box. $8.00. Itannlms:
Fancy select, per bunch, 82.j,2.;; Jumbo,
hunch, $2.77fi'3.76. 1'lneapples: Florida, 30
36 sizes, $2.75; 42-4$ sizes, $2.50. Cantaloupes:
California. 54 size, $3.75; 45 standards, $4.28.
Cherries: California, per 10-lb. box, $1.75.
Apricots: California, per 4-baslet crate.
$1.50. Plums: California, red, per 4-baaket
crate. $1.85. Blue I'runes: Per crate, $1.50.
Peaches; California, per 20-lb. box, 90c;
Texas yollow frees, per 4-bnsket crate, 75(
80e. Penrs: California Ilartlett, per box,
$3.25. IV'sternielons: Texas, lc per lb.
Dates: Anchor btnnd, new, 30 l-lb. pkgs.
In box, per box. $2.00.
VEGKTABLES Irish potatoes: Wiscon
sin and native, per bu.. 50c. New potntoes:
In sacks, per bu.', $1.00.. Cabbage: New
California and southern, per lb., 240. On.
Ions: Texas crystnl wax, per crste, $2.50;
yellow, per crate, $2.50. Garlic: Extra fsncv,
white., per lb., 15c; red, per lb., lfic. Egg
plant: Fancy Florida, per do., $l.."ra2.00.
Tomatoes: Tennessee, per 4-bnsket crate,
$1.10. String; and wax beans: Per hamper,
about 25 lbs., $2.00; murket baskets. ?6c
Cucumbers: Hot house and home grown,
per dm., 7R
HOME-OROWN VEGETABLES Rad
ishes: Extra fancy home-prrown. per dor.
bunches, ?0c. Lettuce: Extra fnncy leaf,
per dox., 30c. Parsley: Fancy home-grown,
per dos. hunches, 30o. Rhtihnrb: Per dox.
hunches. 4."c. Asparagus: Per don. bunches,
4.ri((750c. Green onions: Per doz. bunches,
25c. Turnips: Per market basket. 4lc!
Carrots: Per market basket. MiflSc. BeeM:
Per mirket basket. 60c. Green peas: per
market basket. $1.00.
MISCFTLANEOI'R-Walnuts: Black, per
lb., 2c; California No. 1, per lb.. 17c; Cali
fornia No. 2, per lb.. I4c. Hlckorvnuts:
Large, per lb., 4c: small, per lb.. Sc. Cocoa
nuts: Ter Bsck. $3.00; per (Joz., B5c.
Veer York Mlnlner Stocks.
NEW YORK. July 9 Closing quotation
n mining stocks wren;
Alice 200 tartvllle Con I
n-onrjwlre. Cos 1 i,'tlle Chief
Com. Tunnel atock... 23 Moxlran 100
60 bnnrla is Ontcrlo ...?oa
Cnn. Cel. A Va 7 Ophtr If
Horn Sliver 40 sirpitant 40
Iron Silver !O0 Yellow Jacket 16
Wool Market. '
NEW YORK. I"lv 9. WOOL Quiet; do-rrre-tlo
fleeve, 32ifi33c. '
ST. LOUIS, July 9 WOOL Unchanged;
territory and western mediums. 18234c;
fine mediums, 1iVS17c; fine, 12ifil4c.
Omaha IIn- Market.
flMllfl Jlllv t-Hir-Vn 1 um. x--rt
t. $7.60; packing, $4.50; new, $10 00. Straw;
nnrat, rye ana oats, (.uu. Airaira,
RAIN COVERS BLACK HILLS
Lone Delayed Moisture Reaches
Western South Dakota nnd Doe
DEADWOOD. S. D.. July 8.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Steady drizzling rain began fall
ing this evening, general throughout the
Black Hills, and Is worth many thousands
to farmer and stockmen.
MITCHELL, S. D July 9.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) A rain covering this county and
extending some distance beyond, fell during
the night and was followed by a light
shower this morning. The rain came slowly
and every drop soaked into the ground.
The precipitation amounted to 1.80 inches.
Grain in this county has been doing ex
ceptionally well under the dry conditions
of the -last month, when the falling mois
ture ha been lea than half an inch up to
the present rain.
CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis., July 9. For
est fire In thl section have been quenched
and drouth broken by plenteous rain which
WAUSAL. Wl., -July 9.-A heavy rain
started in today and Indication are that
there will bo a ateady downpour all day,
which will be of great benlflt to the farm
era and extinguish the forest fire which
are raging around thl city.
Reward for French Heroes.
PARIS, July 9. The administrators of tho
Carnegie Hero Foundation today awarded
pensions varying from $40 to $300 an
nually to widows and orphan of police
men, firemen and other person who lost
their live in the performance of he.-oio
duty during the Paris floods last spring.
New Players Come Today.
Suter Sullivan and William Muriarty, tho
two players purchased by Pa Rourke from
Louisville this week, are expected to ar
rive In the city tonight. They will Join tho
Omaha team Sunday at Des Moines.
Ad rxtH'fieiicMl i.titis operator,
ut present micceusfully operating a
plant, has socared desirable
Icsse of 20 acifs. Adjoining on
three sides are tho richest lead and
zinc mines in the district; desires
the assistance of one or more
parties to help develop srnie.
An attractive proposition can be
made, and I desire to interest con
servative business men, as I can
furnish exceptionally good bank
ing references as to honesty as
well as Ability to make a success.
Webb City, Mo.
stock rKirnvsoa 00 stbioti
$10 and upward Invented In Option
muy return very large profit in an ac
tive stock market with limited risk. All
contracts secured on commission. Write
for dotal! and rates for Options.
CKABa.Ha M. BTCBBT CO Mr A STY
376 Bourse, rtuiadelphia, Va.
Herbert BaGooch Go
Broker and Dealers
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