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T11F. OMAHA SUNDAY BKK: JULY 17, 1910.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cablet Are Some Lower on Reported
, Showeri in Russia.
CORN SITATION IS THE SAME
Weak, hot Late
WMt I a Trifle
la t iFkM(d, bat Flrsn with
the Wknl .44TBBCC.
Putin rs. stesdy; Julv. s SH1; October, 7i
441; Icember, 7s i.
I'OKN-Hpot, firm; old American mixed,
in Ad; old American mixed, vie (tjlvfimn,
Fi M : new kiln drleiL. Of 4d, futures, steady;
beptember, 4a 84d; Octobrr, 4 4d.
OMAHA, July 16, 1910.
Cabin (bowed mmi realising and were
lorot lower, on reported showers iiiKumu.
Jry weather conultlona In our northwest
tp.lng wheat belt and estimates are being
lowered on the final crop fig ma. crop
experts predict very light surplus stock
for the 1I0 crop.
There la no Important change in the corn
situation. Crop newa continue generally
favorable with good rains emit of the Mis
sissippi river, each demand and light re-
Ccipis- are the strengthening feature.
Wheat was a trifle weaK early on re
ported ahowera In Russia and lower cable,
nut Inter continued bulllali dope from, the
north eat gave the market renewed
atrength and new high level were reached
and the close was strong alightly under the
Corn wag unc hanged, but firm, with the
advance In wheat. Newa waa Inclined to
be more bullion and aome reporla of corn
firing In Oklahoma gava southwestern
markets more atrength. Cash demand
keeps local valuea firm and higher.
Primary wheat receipt were .457,000
buehela and ahlpmenta were 800,000 buRhela,
against receipt taut year of 424,000 buahela
and shipment of 213,000 buahela.
. Primary corn receipt were 308,000 buahela
and ahlpmenta were 824,000 bushel, against
receipts laat year of 400iJ buahela anil
ahlpmenta of 178,000 buahela.
Clearance were 27.000 buahela of corn,
S.0U0 bushel of oats and wheat and flour
equal to 188,000 bushels,
Liverpool cioseu. to Vid lower on wheat
and 4d lower on born.
Local range or options:
WKATIHCW 1 THI URAI 0ELT
Indlvntlona Are for (IUe Fsttr
Tealakt and malar,
OMAHA, Neb., July 1. 1910.
Heavy rains continued general in the
middle Mississippi and Ohio valleys during
the last (wenty-four hours, and some re
markably heavy falls occurred in Missouri,
Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. A
fall of 4 JO inches occurred at lUoomlngton,
lnd.; 3.20 Inches at tronton. Mo.; SOU In
ches at New Burnslde, 111.; and falls rang
ing from one to two Inches were general
in the states named. Lighter rains occurred
in the Houth Atlantic states, and showers
were scattered over the western Canadian
provinces. Temperature change have been
alight and unimportant everywhere, except
that generally cooler weather prevalla in
the lake region, extreme upper Mississippi
and Missouri valleys and extreme north
west. Generally clear weather prevails In
the central valleya and western portion
this morning, snd the Indications are for
continued fair in this vicinity tonight and
Sunday with no important change in tem
1910 1909 1908 1907
Minimum temperature .. 72 87 72 68
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .93
.Normal temperature for today, 77 decrees.
Deficiency In precipitation alnca Marcn 1,
Excess corresDondlna nerlod In 1909. .10
of an Inch.
Kxcess corresponding period in 1908, 3.40
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Cars aaa Wheat Region Balletla.
For Omaha, Neb., for tha twenty-four
hour ending at 8 a. m.. 75th meridian time.
Saturday, vJuly 18, 1910:
V OMAHA DISTRICT.
Stat'.on. Max. Mln. fall. SVy,
Aahland, Keb 92 6 .00 Clear
Artlcles-I Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Tas'y.
July... . He.pt...
Auburn. Neb 87
Broken Bow, Neb. '.
Columbus, Neb... 91
Culbertson, Neb.. 97 '
Falrbury, Neb.... 94
Fairmont, Neb.... 88
Gr. Isliind, Neb... 8s
Hurtlnrton, Neb. 89
Omaha Cask Prices.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, 1.031.04; No. 3
hard. $1.00511.02; No. 4 hard, OodjrSl.Ol; re
jected hard, S4tf91c; No. 3 spring. $1.0li(fl.O3;
No. 8 spring. Unci, $1.00; No. 4 spring. S9WJ7C.
CORN No. 3 white, ic; No. 8 wnite, 824
3i4e; No. 4 white, 604'814c: No. I yel
low, 694c; No. 1 yellow, &94&5U4C; No. 4
J-elloW, 67Vitl9c: No. 2, SB4c; No. 3, Wf
Ktc; No. 4. 674(fio8c: no (trade. 485ro.
OATS Standard, 40c; No. I whl. Wj
S!"ic; No. 4 white, 3!ft;tiie; No. S yellow, 3M9
3c; No. 4 yellow, 37ifl.384c.
BARLEY No. 4, 61jZc, nominal; No. 1
feed, 48v60o, nominal; rejected, 464USC, nom
RYE No. 2, 76720, nominal; No. 8, sq
70c, nominal. '
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 18 162 144
Minneapolis 120 .
Omaha 8 38 11
NEWYGRKSTOCliS AND BUNDS
Captains of Industry and Finance
- Show Confidence in Business.
EARNINGS OF THE RAILROADS
Claim Made tkat Money Klaga Try
la Coerce Administration lata
Xet Interfering with
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Feature o-f tke Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade.
, CHICAGO, July 18. For the second time
In forty-eight hours the season's high price
record for wheat waa broken today. It was
blistering hot in the northwest and there
were reports that damage to the spring
wheat crop waa such that a large part of
Manitoba wpuld not yield enough for seed.
Washington state was said to expect ltuis
than half a crop. A general stampede to
buy whirled in .maiiy - speculators who
earlier In the day had sold, believing a
decline was Imminent. Closing quotations
were at a net advance of ViilWc. Corn fin
ished 0l,c to IStc up. Oats were V40 off
to HtyMiO advance, and provisions txu22'ic
down. 1 V .. , .
The wheat market started weak on dis
appointing cables from Liverpool, where
prices were lower, notwithstanding the sen
sational upturn in America. Then, too,
showery weather was reported In Russia
and light rains in the Canadian northwest.
But burning temperature was the order
of the day in the Dakota and Minnesota.
Winter wheat states suffered also, though
in a different way. lialns there curtailed
threshing and delayed the marketing of
the crop. Resting Instructions to purchase
in case of a break came to light In sur
prising quantity. (Simultaneously some of
the foreign . shorts bought considerable
wheat here. Incidentally the English vis
ible supply decreased 2,238,000 bu., agalnnt
an Increase of 83,000 bu. a year ago. Fluc
tuations were aulck and freoueht. out dur
ing the greater part of the time the market
was aeciueaiy aoove last nights level.
September reached Sl.OKVk. which was 4c
dearer than any previous quotation for the
option mis year, xne low point of the day
lor the same delivery, 1.0o!v'au.0b. waa
. scored In the first half hour. Closing;
prices were strong ana almost the best of
the season, with September 4o to Wlo net
higher at S1.07H to ll.07'iil.0b.
Reports from Oklahoma that corn, was
filing aided a rally In that grain, but the
chief influence was sympathy with wheat.
The ransre for September was from 6ra
OHc to 61o, with the close firm at 61ftc. a
net gain of c. The cash market was
firm also. No. 2 yellow closed at 64(3S4Vtc.
In general the oats market followed other
(rain. September kept within limits of
iB'Kc, clOHtim M.llVo UD at 3!fVuNfM.r.
Pork was down SCc, lard btQlOo and ribs
Leautng futures ranged as follows:
HaatingR, Neb.... 89
Holdrege, Neb.... 91
Oakdale, Neb 88
Omaha, Neb 88
Tekamah, Neb.... 90
Alta, la 89
Carroll, la 89
Clarlnda. la 82
Sibley, la 86
Sioux City, la... 88
period ending at a a, m.
No. of Temp. Raln
District " Stations. Max. ' Mln. fall.
Columbus, 0 17 88 68 .60
Louisville. Ky 19 ' 90 70 - .00
Indianapolis, lnd.. 11 90 68 IV)
Chicago, 111. ...j... 26 86 66 .90
St. Louis, Mo 13 ' -82 m 1.40
lies Moines, la.... It $ 66 .10
Minneapolis. Minn. 30 94 66 .00
Kansas City, Mo.. 24 92 60 .20
Omaha, Neb 19 90 64 .00
No Important change In temperntitre has
occurred In the corn and wheat region since
the preceding report. Heavy - rains were
get era) over the eastern portion of the
corn belt within the last tWenty-four hours,
and some remarkably heavy falls occurred
In Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio- and
Kentucky. Four and twenty-hundredths
Inches occurred at Bloomington, lnd., 3.30
Inches at ironton. Mo.. 8.00 inches at New
Burnslde, 111., and falls ranging from one
to over two Inches were quite general. No
appreciable precipitation occurred west of
the Missouri river slnoe the last report.
. L; A. WF.l.SH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK ' GENERAL MARKET
Artloles. Open,! High. Low. Close.j Yes.
July 1 OS 8H
pt. l 06-6V
1 08 1 09V
1 3V61 07 V8
31 1 tUfel
59 594 R'ii9Ht(S
SS'41 67,589)1 hl
It 00 j
41 W 41
10 WTVai 11 10
Cash quotatlona were aa follows:
r lotlt irm; winter uateiiti. fisr.
winter atralghts, S4 3wu5.00; spring patents!
pest naru, fi.w. oaaers, si. ftKuo.iH).
H YE No. 2. 78c.
; uA RLE Y Feed or mixing, SAJ'70c; fair to
cnoiue mailing, ou 10c.
Shir;La Max. No. 1 southwestern. S2.3S
No. I northwestern, 2.4ut Timothy, 6.&i.
tiovir, an. ib.
PKOrlSION'8-Pork. mess, per 100 1.
tMOUfi 27.00. Lard, per loO lbs., $11.60. Short
ribs, sides (looi. ll.CWuU.io, short clear
sides (bexedl, I11.26.13.&0.
Total clearuncea of wheat and flour were
equal to 168.VU bu. Primary receipts were
40u, 100 du.. comparea witn 44.000 bu. th
corresponuing uy a year ago.
Uattmated receipts for Monday: Wheat.
IS cars: corn, IMi cars; oats, lil cars; hoga.
' Chlcugo Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3 red,
Slovvl.U1; No. 3 red, Sl VnLU; new, 111
1.174; No. 2 bard. llul.U; No. 3 haid,
fl.OWl.lb; No. 1 northern aprlng, lt.!Mtl;
No. I northern aprlng. l.ivul.24; No. 3
aprlng, 1 ia1.16. Corn: No. 3 cash, 2ij
fcVm; No. 3 cash, m.2o; No. 3 white, Mc;
No. I white, 64vitVi-; No. 2 yellow, 4
644c; No. 8 yellow, Wti34c. Oata: No. 2
white. 44a'44Vic: No. 8 while, 42S4c; No. 4
white. 4l4b42Sxc; atandard, 43'viM-tc.
mrrTlcti No market
K38 No market.
CHEKSB Steady; dalslea. la,le;
twtna. hulu4-; young Americas, 15Vmic;
long horna, H,(lc.
POULTRY Strady: turkeys. 30c. Live
fowls. 16c; springs, 19c.
VEAL Steady; W to 60-pound welehls.
8'iriUc: 60 to -pound weights, 9n12c; so to
llo-pound weights, 10l2c.
r'ki..,.n kmi-Wheat. IB cars: corn.
lil cars; oats, 144 cars. Estimated Tomor-
r,,viVh-at, 18 cars; corn, 1W cars, osts,
L.lvtraol ttmln Market.
UVEK1HKIL. July l.-WHKAT-Spot,
dull; No. 3 red western winter, no atovk.
of tke Day
NEW YORK. July 16. -FLOUR Hlffhar
pring patents, Sa.60'&5.86; winter straights.
S4.40tH.60; winter patents, 34.46.00; spring
clears. S4.3oa4.w: winter extras. No. 1.
I3.7nfti4.90; winter extras. No. 3, S3.60Cg-3.B6;
Kansas straights, m.vmsb.ou. nye nour.
firm; fair to good, 34.104.26; choice to
fancy. M f'lH.W. .
CORN MEAL Firm: fine white and yel
low, Sl.4Ubvl.i0; coarse, S1.40l.&0; kiln dried.
w wrJAT spot, rirm; iso. x rea, ma,
I. f.. to arrive elevator: No. 1 northern.
SI 84H. f- o. b. With the exception of July
wheat which advanced sharply on cover
ing by belated shorts, the wheat waa easier
earlier on the cables and profit ' taking,
but rallied sharply with bullish crop newa
from the northwest, closing 34c net higher
011 July and Ho up otherwise. July closed
l.Z2c, - September, xi.JZc;. uecemoer,
CORN Spot, firm; No. 2, Tzc, elevator
domestic; export No. 3, 714, f. o. b.. Corn
was without transactions, closing un
changed t 4c net higher. July closed
694c, September, 70c; December, 64c. Re
ceipts, k,9b Dusneis; snipmems, is.oit
OATS Spot firm; mixed, Jwa pounds,
nominal: natural white. 2tHi2 pounds. HW
61 pounds; clipped white, wiftHi pounds, tsXtf
6:14a. Receipts, ou.iuo pounus. svpmenia,
HAY Steady: prime. xi.;wttiz& no. i.
Lli-Vtdl.20; No. 2, Sl.lOitfl.U; No, 1 31004(1.06.
lliUxa rasy; iemrtu Aineiiuak,
Bogota, iWO' . .
hdps Easy: state, common to choice.
1909, 2123c; 1908, nominal; Paclflo coast, 1909,
liVu6c: 1H08. nominal.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess, 32&.5Wj
26.00;- family, SM).00i2.60; short clear, u.o
UOO. Beef, steady; mess, S16.&O&16.00; fam
ily, Sl9.60giaj.ou; Deer nams, t.w.vj. cut
meats, steady; pickled bellies. 1" to 14 lb.,
S17.&omt.0O; pickled .bams, S16-wrapl6.&0. Lard,
steady; middle west prime, 8ll.8fr31ll.96; re
fined, steady; continent, 81260; South Amer
ica. 313.76; compound, S9.U4i$9.74.
TALLOW steady; prima city, nnas., ec;
eountrv. 6Vffl64c. -
HUTTER Steady: creamery specials. 304
C'-4c; extras, 284Q284o; third to first 844
ti274c; state dairy, common to finest 4
fIVfco. . k . .. ... '
L'HKKHri-oieaay ; siaie, -wnoi num. spe
cial. lb-luSilbHc; state, wnoie miiK, fancy.
lbuc: state. wrole milk, average prime. 14
jlic; state, whole milk, fair to good, 134ji
144c; state, wnoie mux, common, iuhj
U,c; skims, full to special, mwiKC
KIULIKI Alive, Bmuy; wraiern oroif
er, 23c; towls, 18c; turkeys, JOiU'Hc. Dressed,
Irregular; western broilers, OXo-ic; fowls,
lJlsc; turkeys, 164skj.
- gt.'-I.oala General Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 16. WHEAT-Futures.
higher; July, 31-064; September, $l.t&4n
1.06: December. 31.08. Cash, firm; track.
No. t reo, S1121.13; No. 3 hard, 1.0bV
CORN Futures, higher; September, 61c
December, 57c. Cash, weak; track. No.
toe: No. 3 white. 64c.
OATS Futures, higher; September, S4c;
December, 3i4n. Cash,' steady; track. No.
t, 40c; No. 3 white, 444c,
RYE Unchanged. 76e.
KLOl'lt-FIrm; red winter patents, S6.30S
6.60; extra fancy and straight . S4-IWB4.S6;
hard winter clears, il.4Uirri.yu.
SEE1 Timothy, 84.009.00.
CltN MV:AL SS.35.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, 98o4f
HAY-Flnu; timothy, S17.5O421.00; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES 61c.
BAGGING 8 7-lo.
HEMP TWINB-ic. .
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; lobbing
$26.60. Lard, lower; prime steam, Sll.43401
H.024. Dry salt niea. lower; boxed, extra
short. 11.10; clear rips, su.du; anon clears,
113.76. Bacon, lower; boxed, extra shorts,
813.00: clear rlba. 115 ou; snort clears, xin.zb.
lOULTi;Y Steady; cliickens. Wmc
springs. 164il6c; turkeys, 14) -'2c ; ducks. 6U
12c; geese. 694.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, Jllisc
EGGS Lower, 16o.
NEW YORK. July 16. (Special Tele
gramsThe volume of trade on the Stock
exchange this week waa only sufficient to
move tne market sluKgishiy. There were
steady rises, then aufldeii declines and while
the market was technically better than it
was last week, it suffered and will continue
to surfer for some time to oome from nar
The country la pusslng through a peculiar
era and one typical of American business
and financial affairs. The ordinary ki-
vrwtora., aa ia alwaya the ease when the
market Is down, are holding aloof through
caution. Meanwhile such eminent captains
of industry and finance as Judge K. H.
Gary of the United States Steel corporation;
w.fc,. corey, jacoo scnirr, the bansar; Rob
ert Jarvls, president of the Consolidated
Stock exchange; E. T. Bedford ot the
Standard Oil company; E. T. Jeffrey, chair
man of tha Wabash railroad and president
or the Denver & Rio Uramle railroad
James Clews, the banker, and others are
breaking their customary silence to give
voice to their confidence In the future of
A prominent French capltallut this week
had a letter published In a Parisian news
paper, urging all Frenchmen with money to
Invest to buy American stocks and bonds
now at the market prices. He recalled great
fortunes made by those who bought while
the market was low in 1907.
Money Klaga Force Market.
The crux of tha matter seema to be this:
A coterie of money kings In order to coerce
the administration from Interfering further
with "the trusta" and combinations of cap
ital have forced down the market Every
circumstance, no matter now slight, which
might have a depesaing Influence, Is being
seixea upon as a pretext for falling quota
tions. And yet despite this campaign, they
cannot disguise tne real facts. They can
not cover the dividends which are reuularlv
being declared; they cannot hide the In
creased revenues of railroads; they cannot
keep the public from seeing that with the
possible exception of wheat crops will be
bigger this yeai than last. The circum
stantial evidence of prosperity cannot be
hidden and yet the market continues slug
gishly along with Wall street echoing the
cry: "iveep pontics away from business."
Tha banks are beginning to gain on opera,
tions with the subtreasury and with the in.
coming of gold from abroad the' money
market should become much easier with
receding rate. There is no forced demand
for accommodation from Stock exchange
Returns for the present week's currency
movement in ana out ot JNew York City
DaiiKs snow a net inflow in cash of 810.
611,000. On operations with the Interior in
stitxitlons the net flow of cash Into New
torn was 88,499,000 and on operations with
the subtreasury the gain was 3862,000. The
Import of nearly $2,000,i0 gold from abi-Cid
brought the grand total to over 310.000.0oo.
Tho narrowness In the tond market has
shown ltsulf In the demand for securities
of small multiples. Bonds In dannmlna.
tions of $100 and $200 and $3)0 are selling
aieaauy, wnereas tne bonds in denomlna-:
tions of $1,000 are listless. A number of big
investment - houses which, hitherto have
made no special effort to attract the small
investor are now .advertising bonds ot
small denominations. The bonds In small
multiples have advantages dver the high
priced debentures. If they are of standard
recognition they are Just as safe, yield Just
as much. Just as easy to negotiate and eu e
more easily handled otherwise.
While the earning power of railroads in
southern territory has - Improved to con
siderable extent in the last year, the price
of their stocks and bonds have fallen off
In sympathy with the greneral market dur
ing; the last few months until the percent
ages on' railroad market valuation are now
The price of Pennsylvania stock was ef
fected but little by labor trouble In the
present week. Pennsylvania stock is not
given to much fluctuation, because the bulk
of it Is held for permanent Investment and
is not traaea in actively.
Some Railroad ' Karnlnsra.
Going, north, tha Canadian Paclflo will
earn IS per oent upon Its common stork
during its present fiscal year. While Big
our carnuiKB uo i loi point 10 a mid-year
dividend, the traffic deDartment of the
cieveiana, Columbus, Cincinnati & St,
Louis Is not downcast. Ordinarily the earn
ings in the first half of the fiscal year are
smaller than those. in the latter half.
Estimating upon figures furnished by six
Gould lines, the. gross in the fiscal year
Just ended will go over 11 per cent These
lines are the Denver .A Rio Grande, Mis
souri Pacific, Iron Mountain, Texas Pa
cific, St. Louis Southwestern and Wabash.
As these linos penetrate great grain grow
ing sections tne outlook lor heavy traffic
There has been much apltatlon over the
copper metals situation In the last five
days. There has been a vague report that
me- movement lor curtailment will take
tangible form. However, too many persons
are prone to Judge the copper market by
tho workings of Amalgamated shares.
Amalgamated is a Sbcculative stock and If
does not reflect conditions in the copper
market any more than the quotations of
Texas Midland railroad' would show tho
real condition in the railroad field.
Reports of rain In the agricultural belts
ere rccilved with reloiclnar. There will
be a very heavy com crop and the harvest
outlook , In tha northwest Is much lm
proed. James Hill of St. Paul while In
this city the other day declared that the
crop situation need give no alarm at all.
As Mr. Hill la a student of crop affairs his
moras must ho accepted as authemlo
Reports from the southern Industrial field
say that while new orders are scarce, suffi
cient orders are on hand now in the Birm
ingham field to keep iron and steel Indus
trie busy for ninety days. By that time
ne- railroad contracts will be coming In.
iMumoer ot sales ana leaevns quotations
on stocks were:
P , ".. r. a m. l
Frwrn) stl Cr
rmiinsn paiao rr
Italla-ay ftll Spring
ltopuMIr St"l M
KO.-K lilan1 t'o
Hik-K Uland . ntd
St. I,, at S. r. 24 pfd
St. Lou la . W
st. t. a. W. ptd
Bh.ffl,1 ft, A I
so. ltaiiwar irn
Tviaa at Paciric
si. L. at W
St. U A y. nfd
t nl.in Pacific pfd.;
t'nltwt tata Haalty
t'nlted State Rubber
loltad Slataa Steel
1. S. stH ptd....,
Va.--arollna Chemical ...
Wabash pfd ....
Wetuln Rhone Electric ....
Western V'nlon ,
m 16 1&4 i
rnl lt 1MI V-i
,4"l 144 H? li
100 81 l SI
'i.soi 81 4 14
lit tH '
'.'in) 1H4 nS l74
w n ft'4 2
l.KW fc) MH MS
f il4 2f"- 20S,
100 2 ! 3
910 vt a '
22.210 1H3 141 14
100 ' Mv, J4 W
37, K) 7H 704 T''i
1"0 11H lli Hi"
, l.WO 41 411 41"
4io t M (4
201) M4a t "4
100 4 44 4
Total an tor th day. 1S.H har.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. July 16. MONEY On call,
nominal. Time loans somewhat easier;
alxtv days, 841l.1- per cent; ninety days,
44 per cent; six months, 6p4 Vr cent
PRIME MERCANTILE Pr cant.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with ac
tual business in bankers' bills at 4.fcoi(
4 6360 for sixty-day Dills; $4 8546 for demand.
Commercial bills, $4 tBi.R.-.
SILVER Bar, 644c; Mexican aouars, aoc.
BONDS Government steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on oo.-ici today were
....4Int. M. M, 44..
.... Kio Japan 4a i4
lv do 41 Wt
,...1U)K O. So. lat 3a 72i
... 1HHU 8. deb. 4a 1181.... M4
....1USL. A N. unl. 4 1S
.... 74, M., K. A T. lat 4a.. 7
.... ion do ro, 4t 4S
4a..ino4Mo. Pacific 4a. 17V4
.... t N. R. K. of M. 44. '4
....1W4,N. Y. f. . a 87 v
01IA1IA LIVE SlOCli MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Steady Saturday,
Stronger for Week.
HOGS SELL FIVE TO TEN LOWER
No Chance In Sheen Saturday, bnt
Cor Week Prices Aro Thirty
Five to Sixty-Five Cents
SOUTH OMAHA, July 16, 1910.
M , (t , $.,.&; feeUllig ,
nit'AUO LIVE STOCK MARKET
attle Are Steady Hogs and Sheep
CHICAGO, July Is. CATTLE Receipts,
SOU head; market sleiidy; beeve, 8.aoju;
Texas stei-rs, M.ubN; western stmis,
$4.1nwAljU; slotkeis Mini teeueis, ed.buwi.iM,
owa and heilei, i.imuu.su; vaive, u
tiOGS Receipts. 8,000 htad; market, ic
lower; lisiit, 5.w4iJ.w, mixed, ts.uUus.wi;
heavy. $.vau8.o; lough, Vviv-uaAi; good to
eno.e e ht a, H ii.4jt.iii; piss, eo.wua.vU, uun
Ot SHlrS, $8.4utf!l.lD.
SHEE1" AiSO LAMBS Receipts, 2.OD0
head; market, 2.'a lower; native, i.jf'a-.Ju;
western, $2.oUti4.:w; yearlliiK, Stwniu.lo;
anibs, native, $4.bot,7.00, western, 44.3U1tfl.tO.
Olticiai l ucuy
Official Ihuisaay ...
ivallmats Saturday .,
Cattie. aloue. anrep.
, 5,4 3,411
, ,U4 V,eW
. 2,M0 I,UU
HA i b,A
V. 8. rat. 3a, re
V. 8. Sa. rt......
V. 8. 4a, res......
Allle-Chel. lat ta
Am. Ag. ta
Am. T. A T. ct.
Am. Tobacco 4a.
Armour Co. 414a... Il do deb. 4s.
do or. 4a ,
do or. a
AU C. U lat 4.,
pal. A Ohio I....
do B. W. ..,
Brk. Tr. ct. 4a....
Ceo. of Oa. (....
Can. leather 6a..
O. of N. J. . te.
W4N. T.. N. H. A H.
...103W cv. 6 1314
...107 N. A W. lat o. 4a.. !
... do ot. 4a W
... IHltNo. Pacific 4. 1004
... ih) do 3 '.. 70V4
... fWO. 8. U rfri. 4a W
... I3pnn. ct. 3Va ln... H
...104 do con. 4a liM
... MViReadlns aen 4a 874
.lailaSt. L. A 8. F. f(. 4 SOU
Cbea. A Ohio 4fta...o;t do gen. 6 8fVa
do ret. 6. M"fH. L,, S. W. c. 4.. 74
Chicago aV A. SVi.. To do lat fold 4 Ml
C, B. A (4. ). 4.... KViseaboaj-d A. L. 4s.... T34
do gen. 4a WlaSo. Pac. ool. 4
C. M. A 8.P. g. 34 t-lVi do ct. 4a 7
C, R. I. A P. c 4.. 72 du lat raf. 4a....... 3
do rfg. 4e 87 So. Railway 8 lie
Colo. Ind. 5a. 74 do gen. 4a 74U
Colo. Mid. 4a 40 Union Paclflo 4a 10U
I'. A 8. r. A . 44. KH do ct. 4 1U2
D. a h
JD. A R. O. 4i
do raf. 6....
Diatliler' b ..
Kri p. 1. 4...
do gan. 4a....
do cv. 4a.
do aeriea B.
M do lat A ref. 4.... SW
2HU. 8. Rubber 4..'....ln24
tl'. 8. Steel Id 6 1
Va.-Caro. Cham. 8a.. W
to Wabash lat 8a 1074
t do lat A ex. 4a 44
tsMWeetern Md. 4
to Weat Klec. ct. 6a..
aeh. Klec. ct. B...1S Wla. Central 4a.....
111. ten. lat ref. 4.. Mo. fac. ct. 8 ctfa
int. Met. 4Ha Ml
London Stock .Market.
LONDON, July 18. American securities on
the stock axenanire here today opened
about unchanged from yesterday's New
York closing-. Later Canadian issues weak
ened on crop news, while the rest of the
list moved Irregularly. The market closed
steady, a Traction either side or parity.
Six davs this week.... 14.607 36.0.1o 44.lt)
Same cays last week. .. .11,212 2,ikM 2i,4o4
oame days 2 weeks anu. .ll,w4 bJ.ju la.e.l
aaine days 8 weeks auo..li.l42 oo.uv ao.eii
Same days 4 weeks ago. .16,104 4i,o48 l.ft4
bams aaya last year....l4,w3 tn.ai z,l
Tha foiiowinir tMhie ah.u,a iha receipta of
cattle, hog and sheep at Sou in Omaha fur
tu year to data toinpared wuu last year;
1810. lis. iiiu. '
Cattle ieuOll 47s ',01 20.MM
Hoas 1,1m, 4 1,4J,!S0 2,2J
"eei I M.wU W,IW eo,ev . -
The follow ln table shows t;i average
prices of lion at South Omaha tor U last
everal days, wltli comparisons:
Lata. 1810. l.lls.llsJ7.ilo-jlW.liio4.
July J....I 8 77i. I S 361 I ! i ?
JUiy 8.... 8664 J M SIS 6 74 I l
July 8....1 a i k.-l a i kulili I t u
JUiy 10.,. 7 j 8 2 4 6 33
juiy io...j S 44 I I ail W H M 1 w
July 12... 8 3341 7 5 I S 74 8 4 38 4 8
Juiy id... 8 I ei S 4 14 8 b l
uiy n... i iui i i 4.1 - oi u ji
July 16... 1 7&i 8 81 6 71 6 646 13
JUiy lu... 8 844 il o 'll I ! " "
July' 18.. . S 2741 7 831 S7 6 7 S 50i lw
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the union stock yarns, bouth Omaha, IS eh.
tor twenty-lour bouts ending at 8 p. in.,
Cattle. Hog's. Sheep. H'r's
1 .. .
C. M. & St. P
W'aDush ' ,..
Missouri Pacific ...
C. At N. W., tast...
C. dt N. W., west.
U. St. V. M. A O...
C B. ft y., west...
C. H. 1. At P.. east.
C. O. W
43 1-ltLoulBTlll A N.
... 824M., K. A T ...
... 414N. Y. Central..
... 7', Norfolk A W...
...102 do pfd
...lot Ontario A W...
Baltimore A Ohio 11SH Pennsylvania
Canadian Pacific 141 Rand Mi ilea
Chesapeake A 0 74 Heading ....
Chicago 6. W 244Boutham Ry
Cbt., Mil. A St F...127 do pfd.
De Bear .-
Uenver A Rio O...
do 1st pfd..
do 2d pfd
. 17(4 Southern Paolflc.
. Il Union Pacific.
. 73 v do pfd
. 2fi4U. 8. Steel
. 4i do pfd i..
. II Wabaah
. 24 do pld.
.134 SpanUh 4a
SILVER Bar, quiet at lu 3-lod per ounce.
MONBI-1J14 Pr oont
The rate of discount in the open market
for short bills Is 3 per cent; for three
months bill. 211-I0O24 per cent
.... 94 .
1 Local Hoarmen, .- ... , r
Quotatlona f ujmtshed - by Samuel BurnA
Im, ,B M. TapIi I .If a hllilllintf
( . ...4.: ; 1 . . Bid. Aa'keAA
Beatrice Creamerr pfd It 84
Cndahy Packing Co. ta, 1924
City National Uaak Bldg. 4a. 1M
City ct Omaha 4H. 1IM0 1U3
Columbu Blec. LA- 8. 1M4 u W
Oerman Fire Insurance.
Iowa Portland Cement lat uitg. 4a
Iowa Portland Cement con. aa
Hanaaa Oa A Klec. 7 per cent pfd
Kauaa U. A 81. 4a, 1822
Michigan Slat Tel. pld
Morris 4k Co. 4taa. lib!)
Neb. Tel. stock 4 per cent
Omaha Water Co. U, M44
Omalm tiaa lli
Omaha Bieo. Light pfd 4 per cent.
Omaha A C. B. 84. Ky pfd 8 per cent 81
Onmiia A J. U. 8t. H. oa, lau i4
Omaha A C. B. Ry A B. pfd 6
Paoifla '1'. T. ta, .Ml t
Bwift A Co. aa, 114
Bute Inasrano Co 110
Seattle, City of, 8a, 11128 104
Trl-Cltr My. A 1 Co. 6a. 1423 W
Trt-Clty R. A L. pfd. a tuck. 8 per cent 8I4
Union 8 took Yard Mock, south Omaha 84
Boston Stocks nnd Bond.
BOSTON, July 16. Closing- quotations
milium stocka were u follows:
A. K. U 8
B. A C. C. 8. M
Butte Coalition ....
Cal. A Arlaona
Cal. A Heels
. 6eNevada Coo. ...
. SlVtNipleatng Mine
. 14 North Butt
. 814 North take
. 11 Old Dominion ..
. 1H Oaceola
. 41 Parrott 8. AC.
Copper Rang' C. C oeSasuparior
Allia-Chalmer pfd 2714
Amalgamated Copper ' 8,800 644 844 64
American Agricultural ' 34
Am. Beet Sugar 100 32 S3 83
Americas C. 4V- F 800 804 WS4 f4
American Cotton OH VJ
Ainerl.-an H. A U pfd 200 ' 30 S
Am. Ice Becuritlea 200 a 8244 23
American Inaeeii 11
American lAKomotlre .' ' 89
American 8. A It l.ZWI 4H 48 4S
Am. 8. A R. pfd............ 100 lulVa 1014 1014
Am. Stoel Foundriea. ..a. 61 '4
Am. Sugar Keflnlag 117
American T. A T 800 133 1324 1324
Anierloan Tobacco pfd ' , , 91
American Woolen too 27 ft a
Anaconda Mining Co euO 374 ? M'4
Atchlaon 8,300 WVa 984 98
Atchlaon pfd 100 looifc Hd j
Gnat Butte U M.
Orecne Cananea ....
lale Itoyale Copper,
La Salle Cupper....
Miami Copper .....
4Si8uperlor A B. M....
tnasupenor P. C...
8s 11. 8. C. A O
44V. 8. 8. R. A M...
; 16 do pfd
, 7'AUtah Oon
Kansas City Live Mock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 10. C A '1' 1' L E
Receipts, 100 head, including 50 southerns.
Market unchanged. Nativii sti-ers, Sj.uuuv
8.26; southern steers, 83.buiti6.uu; aotithein
cows, $i OOi.i4.60; native cows and lit-if t-ie,
$2.uOk6.60; mockers nnd feeders, 81.2. Ai .,.7,,;
bulls, $3.2'i4.uu; calws, $4.0iiiiu8.3o; western
steers, $l.ii7.2!i; western cows, $3.0nti6.u.
HOGS Receipts, 3.000 hrail. market, o-liloc
lower; bulk of sales. $.4o"8s.ii; heavy, 8836
fi8.4!; packers and bulcheis, $.418 bo; light,
SHEEP AND LAM I'M Receipts, none.
Market unchanged. Muttons, $3.uVi 4.60;
a nibs, $0.004,7.00; fed wethers snd yearlings,
$3.764,4.76; fed western ewes, $3.b04j4.uO.
St. Loots Live StocU Market
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. July 18. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 400 head, including 300 Texans; mar
ket, steady. Native beef steers, 46.60tg8.40;
cows and heifers, $4.75411.26; Blockers and
feeders, S4.2o4io.o0; Texas and Indian steers.
$4.2f'a7.O0; cows nnd heifers, $3.2;V5i.in;
calve, In carload lots. $ii.0UTU9.25.
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head; .market, 10c
lower. Plga and lights. $8,764)9.30; packers,
$S.&4T8.90; butchers and best heavy, $8.7641
No sheep sales.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. July 18. CATTLE
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
Receipts. 200 nead: market steady; steers,
Io.5o4ii.o0; cows and heifers, $2.60434.60;
HOGS Rece tits. S.000 head: market SWloc
lower; top, $8.6; bulk of sales, $.S.3o4i.60.
SHEFP AND LAMBS-Recelpis. bOU,
head; market steady; lamos, $4.6uU'7.00.
Stock In SlnlBt.
Receipts of live stock at the five
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 42 5.4: 1,091
St. Joseph 200 6.000 60J
Knnsas City 100 8.0U0
St. Louis 4'W 5.000
Chicago 800 8,000 ,2,000
ToUl receipts.. 1,042 2i,4J8 3,o91
OMAHA GK1M lilt A I. MARKET.
Totals receipts...: 1
Catie. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 2
Swift & Company I. .. l,i-o
Cuaahy facaing Co l.liV
Armour t Co i,oi6
Murpny snippers .. i
Cudahy trom bo. bt. Paul
Other buyers , 28 ....
Totals 28 6,118
CATTLE Thers were no cattle today, at
least notnlng ot any consequence, but the
total for the week makes a very goou
showing, there being an increase over iai
week and a gain as comparea witn a year
ago. The receipts at tne present lime are
pretty equally divided between natives ana
western, witn the prospect gooa ior
rapid increase In ths proportion of westerns
T he week opened with a stlarp DreaK in
beef cattie. but later on as aemana De-
came quite active, while the supply . was
not especially burdensome the maraet took
a turn lor tne Better, ine aecnne at ins
opening of the week waa all made up and
at the close prices are iuuy as gooa as
last week. Some kinds, If anything, axe a
Cows and heifers also broke sharply tli
first of tne week, but as receipts later on
proved to be light, while the aemana w
good and brisk, the market steadily ad
vanced until at tha ciose of the week I
prices are 0Vil6c higher than one week ago.
blockers and teeners nave seen goou
seller ail week, gradually ftrniSig up un
der the influence of true buying on tne J
part 'of the country until at the close of I
the Week the market is lol&c Higher on
desirable kinds at tha close of last week.
Quotations on cattle: CJood to cnolce
cornted steers, $7.54t8.'J0; fair to good corn
fed steers, u.2&'47.26; common to lair corn
led steers, u.uitti.6u; good to choice Cows
and heifers, So.vtrrjd.uO; fair to good cows
and heifers, $3.64o.00; common to fair cow
and heiters, T2.7oiv8.7a; good to choice stock
ers and feeders, 34.264J.76; i fair to good
stockors and feeders, 3U7&4H26; common
to fair stockers and feeders, ti.Wvi.li;
stock heifers, 8J.ffi4i4.26; veal calves, 80.0O4
47.00; bulls, stag, etc., $3.OV4l.O0.
Representative sales; .
No. at. P. 34a AT. Pr.
1 140 4 00 X UO 4 00
1 160 4 36 I., SlO 76
4 180 6 40 8., 148 3 78
3 20 6 78
HOGS Lower advices from eastern point
proved a strong bear factor In the hog
yards this morning and prices broke 64flOu
in consequence. Demand was not very ac
tive, but receipts were limited and a good
clearance made at an early hour. Snippers
purchased tuny 1,000 head and paid tne top
price, $8.60, tor a load of bacon hugs. In a
general way all of yesterday's advance was
lost, bulk - of prices dropping baca Into
Good heavy hog sold around $8.15, mixed
grades ranged trom $8.20 to $8.3o and good
lights brought the high figure. A large
share ot reueipta went at 88.2oj'8.3o, as com
pared with yesterday s bulk ot 86.20418.40.
Receipts for the week are a few thousand
head heavier than either last week's run or
that of a year ago. Demand has been
reasonably broad, but none too active, ship
pers were cautious buyers auid the trend
of prices generally lower. Range of sales Is
still wide, witn gooa Dacon weignts selling
at or near the top and rougu Howies at
the bottom. Current sales indicate a decline
of 36c trom prices paid a week ago,
. Clearing; House Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, -July 16. The statement of
clearing house banns for tne week shows
that the banks hold $27,144,060 more than
the requirements of the 26 per cent reserve
rule. This 'is an increase of $16,816,100 In
the proportionate cash reserve as compared
with last week. Tho statement follows:
. l,177,llo,2to 7,4W.ioU
. 821, 420,200
Corn, bu ,
Kansas City Grain nnd Provisions.
KAK8A4 CITY. July 18.-WHEAT-July,
$1,024; September, $1,024: December, $1.04.
Cash unchanged to lc higher; No. 2 hard,
$1.0o4fl l0; No. 3. $1.0(jl.08; No. 3 red, $J.02u
1.04; No. 3, $1.00r(H.02.
CORN July, lc; September, 6s"V; In
cumber, 644i.. Cash, unchanged; No. t
mixed. 834c; No. 8. (3c; No. 2 white, wa
8o4c N. 3. 4tii44c. '
OATS I'nchanired; No. 3 white, 41443c;
No. 3 mixed, Sonjiic
RYE No. 2. 720.
HA Y I'nchanged to "60 higher; choice
timothy, $14,004; 14.60; choice prairie. $12,004,
HL'TTKR Creamery, extras. I7c; firsts,
244c: seconds. S24e; packing stock. 21c.
EUUS- Firsts, $4.20; seconds, $1.00; cur
rent receipts, new cases, $3.80; miscellan
eous, $i. 8b.
Wheat, bu 149.IM1 II0O1O
Corn, bu 18 000 88 OOH
Oata, bu l.wf
Atlantic Coast Line...
Baltimore A Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pacirlo v...
Central Leather pld
Central of New Jersey...
Cheaapeake A Ohio
Chicago A Alton...
t lika-go Gt. W
C. O. W. pfd
iiicago A N. W
C, si. A 8t. P
C, C. C. A 8t. L,
Colorado Fuel A Iron....
Colorado A Southern
Delaware A Hudson
Ileiner A Kto Oraode....
Recelpta. Shlpmenta. "."' .u'.l'..l
.... 4L3H0 4.410 1
.eo.ooo M.iwoi ,'";,. '....
I.oans ' ;
Iteserve required .
Lx.-U. S. deposits
1 he percentage of actual reserve of the
dealing douse banks toxlay waa 27.87.
Tha statement of banks and trust com
mit 1I2V 1104 pames of ureater New 1 ork -not reporting
lj clearing house shows:
- Amount. Decrease.
Loans $1,143,V29,600 $4.8a.uOO
Specie 124,2a,ouo 2,Mi3,KM
1-gal tenaer 22Jtu.4uO M3.700
iotai deposlU I,241,2uo,bu0 7,618,200
77 V, 77",
London M-ooW Market.
LONDON, July 18 The stock market dur
ing the week, despite a lack of increased
business, iiifiliuaiiied .a generally steady
83 lit 1 undertone a 'id mere was a sugni Improve
84 , nient in values.
'm 1MV 1U i Alnerlt'n securities threw off the depres-
100 144 J44 14 on arising from me weakness of copper
"ioo 'aW 'aii I "nd U1,P"' share, and with persistent bull
support, -and the better monetary position
Ko ' at. Mi. ft. St.. At. Bit, Pr.
46.. IM 340 8 10 78 214 U0 8 274
4 IU ioo 8 16 7 ..314 40 I 80
(,1 ell 800 8 1j 41 34t 80 8 30
U 394 40 I 16 70 3o 40 8 10
eu 94 80 8 i4 74 . 80 3 30
Id 318 240 I 16 70 81. UO I lu.
9 3 80 6 16 71 138 ... I 80
93 SM ... 8 30 , 71 144 ... 4 30
6 4)4 14 8 30 ' 69...'.... J8 KM 9 eO
t 8o4 ... I 20 74 21-9 120 I 30
, !h ... 20 41 .84 90 I 90 '
it 90 4 30 W 9,4 ... 190
to 909 190 I 20 41 Ul ... 4 90
o tie 41 I 91 48 m 140 3 M
ell 32 9UV 8 30 , 3 3(0 90 9 80
fcj 3M 10 4 -0 74 Ht 90 8 90
90 iii tU IW 70. 341 130 8 90
99 274 90 9 3e 39 34 40 8 89
94 392 80 9 20 76 3M '130 9 i8to
47..... ...2.1 80 I 22 70 Mi 390 I o2'
u 279 100 9 Ultt 46 341 ... 8 19 .
34 M ... 9 la . 64 9o4 80 8 90
M, Joe 200 I 9o 49 n4 ... I 16
6 3 Ml 130 8 2j . fc Ul Ml I .
o 347 340 9 9e eo lil 90 8 114
e3 31 130 8 eu 72 tl ... I9i
,i 91 W 111 99 344 ... II,
14 ike ... 8 8a 96 1-1 190 8 37
66 3A 90 I lo 49 844 ... 4 40
17 241 40 8 2a 41 K4 ... 4 40
.) 144 40 I 83 71 2I7 200 I 40
eu 294 90 I 96 14 21 ... 140
k4 314 8 111 49 3e4 11) It)
,0 340 SVO 8 29 '10 Joe ... 9 40
14 99 90 I 36 79 333 ... 9 46
o 341 340 8 3 Ul III I o
II 99 90 9 314 '' W 90 I W
J3.IMJ pri, jj pld.
20.000 General glectdic
Oreat Northern pfd
Great Northern Ore Ctfa..
Int. Met. pfd
International Harvester ..
Int. Marine pl'l
Internetlonal Pwirip .....
Kanaaa Cltr so
k. C. Bo. pfd
Leulavllle A N...,.....
Minn. A 81. Loula
U .t. P. A 8. 8. 81...
91 . k. T ,
64 . K. T. pfd
N. K. H. of at. 3d pfd..
New York Central
N. V.. O. A W
Vorlolk A Weewru
e.ouol Pevfle 0e
j, values improved gradually and closed from
one to five points higher. Continental
i houses were belter buyers during the laat
ua a ot me weea.
Discount rates hardened In anticlpailon
of strong American and continental compe
tition for the $3,000,000 ooutti African gold
due here Monday.
108 104 104
OMAHA. July 16. Bank clearings for to
day were $2,268,206.74, and for tne corre
spondlng dale last year, $2,101,878.33. Clear-
In g,a lor the week were:
....$ 2,444,627.76 , $ 3.6o, 193.36
.... 2.1',Ki6.83 3,3i.lj2.68
.... 2.32'),0i'.S.68 3.0M.SH6.26
.... 1. 800.31" 32 1, 873.804. 6
.... 2.080.612 26 :.W0,ul2 26
.... :,101.D78.23 3.260,208.74
Staple) and Fancy I'rodace Prices Fir.
ntshed kr Borers and Wholesalers.
liUTTUK Creamery. No. L uuhvereu to
the retail trade in l-io. carious, ouv; iNo. 1,
in 30-io. tups, 80c; No. 2, in 1-lu. caronj,
Hoc; No. 3, In o-lb. tubs, 2c; pacaiug
alock, solid pack, 2n,c; uairy, lu oO-iu. luw,
26c. Murkst cuanges every I uesuay.
Cliccear 1 wins, li4c; youi.g Amerloaa,
18c; aauy, 17,o; trip. eta, 18u; iimUcigei,
toe; No. 1 buck, 17o; unporteu bwiu, oc;
uoinestic dwiss, lie; block tiwiss, 22c.
lOULTRf Dressed broiler. o, hens,
16c; cocks, llc; duoks, 2oc; geese, 16c; tur
keys, 2oc; pigeons, per uos., eLsO; homer
stiuabs, per uos., $4.uo; fancy squabs, pur
no., 8S.00; No. L per dos., $d.oo. Alive
broiiera, noin 14 to 14 lbs., 2oc; 14 to d
10s., lie; hens, 126; old roosters, 10; md
ducks, full feathered, loo; young uuckm, lot.-;
geese, lull tegHherrd, 8c; turaeys, lc;
s unit a 10 wis, aw eacu; pigeons, per ao.,
16c; homer, per dos., $3.wv; situaus. No. 4,
per dos., tLuO; No. 8, per aos., ouu.
FIHH tall frosen) flckerel, Uu; white
fish, 14c; pike, lie; trout, 16c; large crapp.es.
200; bpanisn luaciieiel, lac; eei, lou; nau
aock, wc; IioOiiaurs, Lie; green caUisn, Iw,
buftalo. 8c: haliuut. loc. white perch, u;
bullheads, 14c; White cat, lsu; rooeiiiau, JU-w
eacn, siiauroeu, per pair, 600; tiog leu, oar
aos., ouc; baiinon, jukj. ,
liKh.lt' Coin-Ribs, No. 1, 184c; No. 2.
14c; No. 3, sc. Loin, No. L loc; No. 2. 144c,
No. 3. 104c Chuck, No. 1. 8V80; No. 2. 7u,
No. 8, ai. ituuuu, iso. L 114c; No. 3, 104c;
No. 8, 6-40, r-iate. No. j, 140. No. 2,
NO. 8, 6t0.
FRUlTri-Orancea: . California Caniella
biaud Redlanu aieiicias. luu sise, per dux.
$4.00; 120 size, per box, $4.60; 160 also, $4.60;
li ana smaller sises, per oox, 4.ou.i Ha
vana Mediterranean sweetst - 200-218 Bisvs,
per box. 44.00. Demons: Limuuiera, exira
fancy, 800-300 slses, $8.60; choice, aov-auv
sizes, per 'Oox, S8.OU148.6O; 240 slue, 60c per
box less: bunset brand, per box, 31.00,
Bananas: fancy select, per bunch, $2.2bdii
2.u0; jumbo, bunch, $2.7o44.io. pineapples:
r'lorlaa, 30-38 sites. 82.7ou3.00; 42-48 sues,
$2.60. Cantaloupes: California, 64 slse, $4.26;
4d standards, 86.60. Cherries: California,
per 4-basket crate, $1.50. fluins; CallioriUa,
per 10-lb. box, $1.76. Apricots: California,
red, per 4-Dasket crate, $1.20. Blue prunes
per crate. 11. 00. Peaches: Calitornia, per
20-lb. box, 80c; Texas yellow trees, per 4-
basket crate, 66. loc. Pears: California
Bartlett, per box, $2.76. Watermelons:
Texas, 14o per lb. Dates: Anchor brand.
new, 30 1-ib. pkgs. in box. par box, $2.00.
VLOaiABLLs Irish potatoes: Wiscon
sin and native, per bu., 60c. Cabbage: New
California and southern, per 10., 24u.
Onions: Texas crystal wax. per crate. fci.oO:
yellow, In sacks, per lb., 4c. Gallic: Extra
fancy, wnne, per id., 10c, rea, per 10., loo.
Eggplant: fanoy e loriua, per aos., SLuoiit
3.oj. 'tomatoes: lennessee, per 4-oaske
orate, $1.10. string and wax beans: Per
hamper, about 26. lbs., $2.00; market bas
kets, 760. Cucumbers: Hot- house and
home grown, per dos., 76c.
HOMtC-QROWN VEGETABLES Rad-
lahes: Extra fancy home-grown, per doz,
bunches, 20c. Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf, per
doz., 80c. Parsley: Per doz. bunches, 46o. As
paragus: Per doi. bunches, 45tijOc. Ureen
Onions: Per doz. bunches, 26c. Turnlpsr
Per market basket, 400. carrots: per mur-
ket basket. 60c. Reels: Per market baa.
ket, 60c. Green Peas: Per market basket,
MISCELLANEOUS Walnuts: Black, per
lb.. 2c: California No. 1, per 10., lie; Cal
Ifornla No. 2. Per lb.. 14c. Hickorynuta:
Large, per lb., 4c; "-.ali, per lb., 6c. Cocoa-
nuts; Pur saca, 90. uu; per ooz., 000.
'evr York Cnrli (luotutlone,
The following quotations . are furnished
by Loxun & liryan, members New York
Stock exchange, 316 South Ulxteeuth street,
. 24 Inspiration
. 144 Nevada Con, ...
w 8 Newhouae ......
.: 104 Ohio Copper
. IHRay Central ...
. 48 Bwift Pkg. Co..
. '.6 Superior A P...
. 21 sTonopah Mining
. 94 'trinity Copper
. 44 North Lake ....
10 SHORTEN OCEAN VOYAGE
Long Island Fort of Entry Dream is
MAKES SAVING OF DAY'S TIME
Bis; Issue of securities of Rail
road and Traction Ctinpnnlee
Stock Kxrhange Traoa-nrtlotie.
BY PRESTON C. ADAM3.
NEW YORK, July l.-(Speolal Dispatch
to The Hee.l The dream Austin C rbln
and Andrew J. Cassatt nf a great vort of
entry for stt'iinishlps from Europe at Mon-
tank lVl it. Long Island, cuttlnw off prac
tically a day In the run arrnss the AtlantlO
bids fair to become a reality In the near
The enormous Increase in the tonnage and
dratt of the ti anratlantlc liners will soon
go beyond the depth of water available in
New York harbor and make a new port
with unlimited depth of channel a nofrs
lty and no placr along the coast has the
advantage of Montauk.
1 have It from high sources that the great
transatlantic. lines have praotlcally come
to an agieeiimtit that the race for great
tpocd shall be halted. Only those ships
now on tl.o ways or for which contracts
have been made, wheA speed has been th
main object will be built. In ships to be
laid down In the future it will be sought
to get the maximum of cargo carrying
capacity with a moderate and economical
Already the Cunard line has taken th
lead In this new departure. It will soon
lay down two steamers 1.0H0 feet long with
a capacity of 60.0W) tons. It will be neces
sary to build bigger docks even In New
York for these monster ships and this ta
but tho beginning. Just as the different
lines vied with each ether for speed, so
they will keep up the race for supremacy
In size and capacity until the limit of New
York harbor has been exceeded, and this
means that some new port of entry like
Montauk Point will be necessary as no
other Atlantic port can take a ship whlcli
draws too much water for New York.
It was In anticipation of this condition
which lend Mr. CassHtt to purchase the
Long Island railroad for the Pennsylvania.
Austin Corbln, who for many years was
the head nf the Lous: Island road first con
ceived the Idea of making the eastern most
point of Lung Island the entry port tor
New York, but he was ahead of the times.
Mr. Cassatt was greatly imaressed with
the idea and when opp rtunlty offered, h
took in the Ixmg Island as part of the
Pennsylvsnla system. When the change is
made the Pennsylvania will be In a posi
tion to exact toll on all of this traffic as It
aill have a mnnniinlv of railroad communi
cation between New York and Montauk and
through Its system of tunnels can load
cars at Montauk and without breaking bulk
send them to any point on tne system. .
I'ew Railroad iecnrltlea.
The rallnmd and traction companies ot
the United States have Issued ;0,0t,000
new securities during the last six months.
Of this total $435,Oi,O00 has been In b-.-ndi, ,1
only SiS.OOO.O'iO' in stocks and almost $160,000,
000 In not?s including equipment trust cer-
tlflcates. The aggregate authorized ex
ceeded $1,000,000,000, but the Investment de
mand was bo Indlflerent mat a very mi go
percentage had to be withheld for the
present. Thus $237,000,000 n-'W stock was
authorized by the various companies, yet
onlv one-third of this total was actually
placed upon the market. The bonds au-
thorued reacnea .u.uu,uw nu
$17,00,OUO. Uurlng June alnvcst- Sioo.puo.uw
new issues went actually placed,, Including
about $.S6,000,000 bonds, $27.0(10,000 stock and
$23 000,000 notes. The authorizations during
the second half of the year may not be so
large, but If the money marget proves at.
all favorable a good many postponed flota
tions will no doubt be brought forward. ...
Bar 8 tat Gas.
Ely Central ...
Ely ( on. 1
New York .Mlulnt; jttooka.
NEW YORK, July 16. Closing quotations
on mining stocks were
Com. Tunnel stock..
Con. Cal. A Va
lidiili Coo, ....
.304 Iron Sliver ....
, 1 -Utile Chief
, 23 Meaitan
, 14 Ontario
. 81 Ophlr
. 40 biaiioard
, Yellow Jacket
TiieH.lM v . . .
..... - 27Vi I Wtdneaday
13i,t Uj 1 Thursday
..$13,(114.4:9 74 $14,063,274.78
Mllwankee t.ra.'a Market,
MILWAUKEE, Julg IS. Flour firm.
W H IOAT-Niv 1 northern. l.24s1.2; No.
$ northern. $1.3'nil.24; September, $1,074.
RARLlCt -Samples, V0$70W
SlilCliP Excepting iour Ool. bleu of old
weiner thai were ponsigiicd unect to a
packer, tnere was nothing receiveu In tno
way 01 sueep or iaiiio toay wuu wuiuu lu
try out price.
juiy lece.pis thus far have been un
usually 1 1 oel .!, over 42,000 head of Western
snowing up at tnls point since a week, o.
ui wetnei iroiu iduo and Vvyouung
inaue up over hail of tne run and feeder
on was large, owing to urouiny condition
in various pails ot tne weal and uonu
weat. limbs nave been scarce, out eastern
points have been Well supplied and itiLiuuy
ia neither active nor broaa.
The week opened witn siiarp declines on
all classes ot stock, and closed at tne low
prices. 1-ate sales of wethers show net de
clines of 84ovc. yeraiiiigs are around 60c
lower with light and liunoy weignia la
vored; ewes we.e equally l ard hit and lamba
bl'OSe UOS I ill llipMblie hvitil ose at
Supplies of feeder stock were a little too
heavy (or requirements, but fcifjoo reduc
tions served to put tne stuif on a more at
tractive basis and the week is closing with
a very good clearance, li la a liitie too
early for corn-belt number to buy heavily
and many of the ordeis tnat are coming lu
are not for immediate execution.
tduotationa 011 giaaa atuc: cood to choice
lauibe. Io.6uui.l0; lair to good lauiba. IO.Ouuj
i.M; feculng lambs. 5.oOhj.cio; handy welglit I
Minneapolis t.ralo Slarket.
MINNKAPOLIS, July 10. W11I0AT
July. $126; September, $l.l4'l.l4 to
$1.14; Oecembcr, $1.1.4- Cash, io. 1 nard
tl.rtvii: No. 1 1101 mem, tl.8tHUl.38; No. ,
northern, tl.24(u1.20; No. 3 northern, $1.20
i'LAX Cfcsed at $2,464.
CORN No. 3 Vellow, frttfcilO'.iC.
OATS No. 3, white, 404'a.i34c
Rl E No. 2. 73m6c.
BRAN in 100-puuiid sacks, $20.0020.60.
KLOt'U l'"libt patents, ill wood, I. o. b
Mimuarolls, $C80i(ii.00; second patents, J5.GU
fa'C.Mt; tirst clears, $4.tki4i4.76; second cleurs,
NEW YORK. July 16. COTTflN-Kuturea
closed firm. Closing bids: July, 14.30c; Aug
ust. 15.81c; September, 13 woe; October, l.hic;
NotV-inber, 12.7c; lucember. U.OUc; January,
IS.tiut: February, 12.6ic; March. 12.;ot ; ala,
12.T3c. Spot closed quiet; middling upland.
li;.40c; middling uplands, gulf, lO.&c; no
Vl IA)UIS. July 16. COTTON Steady ;
middling, 14c;' sales, none; receipts, 281
bulea; shijunents, 7U7 bales; sloc-k, 13,4112
Near Kncllsh Capital.
The. ne.w ranltat annllcatlons (govern
ment funds and new company flotations)
In , V, a I ji tu, in ma rket and elsewhere in the
United Kingdom for the quarter year end
ing today have been extremely heavy. The
'Economist'' on Saturday will give 1.721,C00
as the quarter's applications, which with
the 89.365,000 reported for the preceding
quarter year makes an extraordinary and
unprecedented nan yeavr, wrnioe
These rvcord-marKing nguree are um
chiefly to the large American borrowings,
amounting to 30.000,000, and to the Rubber
company flotations amounting to 18,000,000.
For the hall year 01 130a m wiai nin-.-tlons
were 121,000,000 and for 1908 109,000,000.
Heretofore 190S has been the highest full
year for new capital applications and the
half year's totals are already within 6,000,
000 of that full year's total, while they are
5,000,000 above the enure year s ngures ior
Stock Exchange Transactions.
For the first six months of the current
year the transactions on the stock ex
change were in excess of 5.ouO,000 shares,
while those in bonds approximated $3oO,
000,000, as compared witn 97,80O,83 shares
and $727,401,066, respectively, in till corre
sponding period a year ago. The falling
off In the sale of stocks for the half year
reflects the general feeling of uncertainty
among Investors, engendered by the sharp
and almost continuous decline. Fear that
new railroad legislation would curtail divi
dends has done much to check buying,
especially Bince operating expenses have
been largely Increased .by the advance 111
wages of the employes, The postponement
of Hie decision In the suits to dissolve the
Standard Oil and Tobacco trusts tended to
put Industrials under the ban; renewed agi
tation for tariff-reform was also a factor.
The outside public has apparently had
less money with which to speculate be
cause of the high cost of living. M"naa;
manipulative moves by pools "sewl
tended to drive away participation In Wall
Output of Neve- Companies.
The output of new companies in the east
ern statees last month with an authorized
capital of $l,Ou0,0C0 and over reached a total
of $231,318,400, Si good part of which was
furnished by comparatively few concern.
These figures compare with $138,980,400 In
May and $212,076,000 In June, 1809. Chsrtera
taken out by other companies with an in
dividual capital of $100,000 and over, In
cluding other states than those of the east,
brought the grand total up to $311, 874, 400,
against $224,441,800 In May and $290,111,300 ill
-Oppose the Cotton Tariff.
That dry goods merchants of the United
States will make a fight against senators
and representatives who voted for the Pres
ent textile tariff was announced yesterday
by Frederick B. Shipley, chairman of the
Wholesale Ury Gooda association, which
contains 132 wholesalers and Importers In
this city, and Is affiliated with the 28,000
merchants throughout the country.
"Of the entire amount used, less that 40 -000,000
of cotton goods is Imported,' said
Mr. Bhlpley. "I do not think It will exceed
$3J,0O0.OOO. While the great bulk of the cot
ton used Is grown, spun, woven and made
up In the United States, the American at
nome la paying more for his cotton goods
tnan he could buy the same, goods abroad.
"Why. the wanes paid for 1 lie manufac
ture of cotton does not exceed 3 per- cent
of the entire cost, and by -reason of ma
chinery we can manufacture cotton goods
cheaper than is possible abroad, yet by
reason of the tarlt-f the shop girl is made
to pay more for her cotton shirtwaist than
she could buy the same shirtwaist for lu
London. . ,t .....
"Both President Taft and tSeantor Aldrloh
have been quoted as saying that the new
tarlft) was 111 general a decrease In rates
and that It was beneficial In this way. Our
cunimlttee hag examined every Item and
in more than 2uo t-asea of cotton gooda
aione 1 can shew that the tariff haa been
raised all the way from 17 6-10 per cent
to 96 3-10 per cent. It Ih upon col ton sheet
ing that the increase last mentioned is ob
servable." Custom Dutlea for the Year,
The duties coilecttd at the customs house
In the f'lucal year Mitlid yesterday were
ahead of the remarkable record of lw
Tne total this year fn in ail sourcei whs
mil &O.VOV.I1; that f 1807 was $2J2,7W..lo.
Much, of the difference, II la declared,
has bten due to (lie rigid enforcement of
tne law In relation tu all classes of Importers.
8 agar and Molassrs.
NEW YORK. Juiv 18.-UGAR-Raw,
sltadv; muscovado, 89 test, 8.80c; centrif
ugal 8 test. 4.30c. Molases sugar. 89 fe4
3 66c. Ref Ined. quiet; Crushed, 6 86c; gran
ulated. .16c. powdered, 6.2ic.
Peoria Oraln Slarket.
PEORIA. July IS. CORN Higher; No. 2
yellow, 62c; No. S yellow, 62c. No. 3, 62c;
No 4, ovc.
vearlliiMS. 9t.6otv6.ou: heavy yearlings. 84 lo I Omaha Hay Market,
4.60; heavy feeding yearling, $4.lMj4.36; 1 OMAHA, July IS. No. 1 Upland, $10.11; No.
good to choice wether. $3.6'i'u3.90; fair to 1 $ Upland, $s o; parking, t-i.iO: wheat si raw,
good wether, $3.&d8.u0; feeding withers, I $ 00; rye and oats, $1.00; new hay, $11.00.
Herbert & Gooch Go
broker and Dealers ,
' 6KAI3I 3aoviaioa stock
Cuaua omc ,. $13 Board ef Trad Slag.
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