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    . THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1010.
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Craw and produce market
Scattered
Rainfall Makei
Open Off.
Prices
HITS BOTH WHEAT ' AND CORN
Increased Receipts Also Maka for a
Donwr4 Tendency-Cash 51 a r
kc la Steady Closing;
..notations.
Rainfall over Nebraska and rcilfrn Iowa
tha dominant feature of the grain mar
ket Friday. Cora opened oft and stayed
lower In spite of attempt at rallies. Like
wise, tha August and September wheat op
tions wore hit by a tendency downward.
Conalderabla rainfall Thursday night was
reported and tha rain was ald to have
fallen In many sections where It la tnoiit
needed.
The cash market continued steady with
demand fair. Heralds of com Increased,
128 can being registered. No great change
U options la expected In tha near future.
Primary wheat receipts wera Dll.ouu bu.
and shipments were 6O000 bu., against re
ceipts last year of yos.ooo bu. and shipments
of 846,000 bu. '
Primary corn receipt were 387.000 bu. and
Shipments wera 683,u0 bu., against receipts,
last year of 462,000 bu. and shipments of
304,000 bu.
Clearances wera t,000 bu. or crn, (00 bu.
of oats and wheat and flour equal to 81,000
bu.
Liverpool closed Vk3d higher on wheat
and'Vd higher on corn.
Local range of options:
Articles.! Open:) High. Law. I Close. Yes y.
Wheatr-i I I
July.. 4. I OStt 1 MH 1 084
Sept... 101 103
Corn I
July... hv 00 I .69V.
Sept.. vjsjfc 69 69!
Oats 1
July... ' SW jgtf 8ft
Sept... 374 37$ 87M,,
loavi
lttSVai
693.1
5i
38Vt
nvii
33
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT-- No. t hard, ILOIHGIOS; No. I
hard, Wcfc$1.0lti, No. 4 hard. Wdjc; re
jected hard, xS.tc; No. spring, ie'g$l.02;
No. I spring, totftfc; No. 4 spring, sbOjiaoVw.
CORN No. 3 white, 2Vic; No. 8 white,
im42c; No. 4 white, 4.ViC; No. 1 yel
iow. 68t0a; No. t yellow, t!ooi No.
4 yellow. 67a'SiyiUo: No. 2. tSWac; No. 3.
MtaiBVso; No. 4. 67fcjQ; no grade, mt
boa.
OATS Standard. 89c; No. t white. 39
BDVic; No. 4 white, luZSVtc; No. a yellow,
27U.r7.UU.o- Mo a valLnw. 3tis.4l
BARLEY-No. 4, 63flWc, new; No. 1 feed,
6lt? ;;. new; rejected. 4ssfsoo;
l'gBc, new; rejeciea, waauo;
RYE No. 2. 70V42ac. new; No. I, 6840
TOVfcO, new.
Carlot Receipt.
Wheat corn. oats.
Chicago 4 lis 1'4
Minneapolis .168 166 112
Omaha ; 4 it .J
Duluth W 14 a
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION!
Features of tha Trad In aaa Cloelaa;
. M .
rricei tn noira 01 rtmavr
of Trade.
CHICACJO,
Board of Trade, swayed all price, for
cereals down, not ud. UnexDeot
jp. Unexpected rain in
Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Illinois foroed
. many ol yesterday buyers to sell out in
a jiurry. The tone was wsan in every pit
v ai ine Close. iNei losses in grain werai
Corn, l&2ttc; wheat, HH4c; oata, 'Sc
Provisions showed 7VM loss to to gain.
Exoltement In tha corn trade rivlted Zor a
Ulme on the sensational llurry ot the pre-
viluus session, when Quotations lumped up
Wildly beoauae of fear that tha destruotlon
ot spring wheat by drouth was to be par
alleled In tha coarser arain. Tha wide
spread storms throughout a large portion
of the corn belt removed this apprehension
. with a suddenness tnat upset tn calcu
lations of a great majority of speculators,
It was not until the day was nearing a
finish that tha effect was relieved, and
then only in Dart.
The (September option ranged irora kmiO
suan iiih ih. ,.um Hi.Aiiio iitAi.iain
Wheat options wera almost directly under
the influence ot corn ana ot me casn mar
ket. New Investment demand was slim
and general' -vade UghC -Meptembeffluotu-ated
from $1.06 to U07H. closing lVtfttltto
to l'ilHo down at IL0614 to tL0&1.0
Oata were refleotlve of the conoiUons In
corn. Business was not large. September
valuations were between who and 3aitf
8lio. with the close Ho oft at Wc.
At tha close Dork was 2vo lower or un
changed, lard mo down to a shade up and
ribs irreaular from a shad advance to 7fco
declines - -
. ..
Tho leidini futures rangea as zonows:
. .. ., .. -
Articles.! Opn. High. Low. Close.j Yes y.
Wheat J
July 1 09
ept- l0ftt7',
1 09H 1 OS1 1 08h 1
'At
1 0T 1 WftilOSVOoilOT-'
Deo.
1 W 1 05 IX W-BV 16-
113W 1UT4I, 1 U',,1112-5,-
May
Coin
July Hept.
lea
May
Oats
July Sept
Deo.
May
Pork
. July
ttept.
Lard
July ppU
Oct.
Nov.
nibs
July
. Hept
luihi-u!
I 6H4
90T4 61 I 62
62V60HH6ff'y64
M6Ir)1'tt'162(dl
WoH-H.1
61
1VJiWIsTb,II
I
4141 41
42
3Vift'HiilWMi'uS
1WV Ki
40'k40Vi()
40W
WhiCJ! 40
42W'h4Z4TI 4r
43
25 80 I KtS 125 90 250 f IS S2V6
$1 7HI XI MHl. 21 76 I m 79
11 SO
11 86
11 70
11 W
11 V I 11 ID
11 87H 11 76
U 16 I i
11 80 11 80
11 7H 11
U 42 U 46
U 7 11 62
11 00 I 11 w
.1
,1
12 12H!
1113
11 72
11
12 05
11 '
11 06
I 27
12 10
11 77
11 OT
11 66
11 70
11 12
a 12
9 27:
11 07
Oct.
Jan.
t SB
9 17
at
No. t '
rh onotatlnns were as follows;
.rtli. Enn. . w.ln.A n.l.ntl U eR. win
, g ajv v X S 11 ill nnw I I", , .....
ter straights, $4.3ftfS.0O; spHng patents, best
bard, $6.Koif7,w; bakers, f.i.ouQ.av.
tVU1 1 Sftfl
' HARi.Ey Feed or mixing. 52iB2c: fair to
BEaUX Flax, No. 1 southwestern, ihjh,
No. 1 northwes ern, .w,. iiinoiny, e.
6.50. Clover, U 60.
PROVISIONS torK, mem, per oui., Jvw
A . iar lk. Ill TR Uhnrl rt I
tywo.ao. aB.ii. vo. w ""i r. Z.aZ:
des tioose) , u.iy,Wi.,
a n -....
rial! a. var mn
r . " . .... .
Chicago casii frioes w noi. i'. '""i
t.iuui.lxu: No. 2 red. IL07'al.0b: No. 2
h.rrf si Hull- N-n. 1 hird. 41.07 till. tl No,
1 northern spring, tl.nl.W; No. I norwj,
spring, 1.171.2ti; No. spring. l.Ul.2i.
Corn;: No. 2, a.'in3c; No. I cash, wiua;
No. 2 White, 66'ft 06c; No. 4 wnite, sr"-'""'
s valine. uwM.u.n. No. I yellow. 62'i4o.
Oatsi No. I oasli, 4141o; No. I white, 41
43c; standard. 44aHo.
BUTTER Kteady) creameries,
I3flc;
Etius utaaJv! recelDts. H,4tVT cases ; at
mark, eases inclnded. 10140 1 firsts, loo
nrltnn eiraiH 17u.- -
r . . ' ... . - , ElAidA. . mt I r m
c M t?7 risui Bieaoy; oaisiee, io-;i"., ",
long
1MI6o: young Americas,
hi,rnt la1Sta.rt
ltfioc;
rOTATOE-Steady; choice to fancy, 63(fJ
660 r fair- to good, MmfOOc
POULTRY Steady: turkeys, JOo. Uv
fuwla phlnlinni 14r: ftnrlnfis. 17c
- VNAL Steady 60 to 60-Dound weights,
i&oi 60 to In-pound weights, 9u9c; Hi to
lio-weighta. ioaiuo.
Chlcano ReoelDta Wheat. M ears; corn
172 oars; oata, 174 ears. Estimated tomor
row: Wheat, 44 cars; corn, 244 cars; oats,
Vt cars,
Mlaaeagtalla Urals Market,
MINNEAPOLIS, July 22. WHEAT-July.
41 x7V'il . No. northern, il.264 1.27;
Cash, No. 1 hard, II.; No. 1 northern
ll.riifrl.ft No. 2 northern. $l.5'dL27;
JNO. f norinern, aj.4-4 i.ao
CORN No. 6 yellow, lu2c,
OATI4 No. I White, 43440.
FLAX-Closed at (2.U.
IIVK-Nu. A ?2ui7bc
HKAN-ln 100 bound sacks, I30.00O20.M.
FLOUR First patents (In wood f. o. b,,
Minneapolis), Ulo'inl.30; second patents,
'A. bvnAIO: first clears, t4.66ii4.TSl second
clears, 3. m 1W-
Pearl a Grata Market.
. PEORIA. 1U.. July 12. CORN Higher
No. 6 white. 4o; No. 1 yellow. 5o; No.
yellow, etc; No. 4, 4o; No. 4. o73.
OAT-trong; standard, 43c;
No. I
white, 4a; No. 4 white. 4Jo.
Liverpool Grata Market.
t IvkhpiVil Julv 21 WHEAT Spot.
Suu; red western, no stock; futures steady;
uly, 7s 7Sd; December. 7s loid.
cflRN-Suot firm: old American mixed.
1
eouaUoil.0o0bV. Export, for the week a. low?" Vpt'ember 83o-
compared with 53,000 bu. the corresponding . ?. No n"- r?2- -
6a 6d: via Galveston, U 64; new kiln
dried, f.s 4'ii; futures steady ; September,
4s 10d: October, en lod.
riX)CR-Winter patents, dull; 38s d.
WEATHER 1 THE MR A If BELT
ft Will Reraala Fair, with tontlnaed
Warm, la This Vicinity.
OMAHA. July 22. 1910.
Showers occurred In Wyoming, Colorado,
western Nebraxka and western Kansas
during Thursday, and were general in east
ern Nebraska and east over Iowa last
night, anu continue along the Missouri
river In Nebraska and over western Iowa
this morning. The rains In Nebraska were
not heavy in any section, but were gen
eral over the state, and were apparently
nicely distributed. The total fall at
Omaha during the night was 0.29 of an
Inch. The falls out In the state
ranged from .10 to .66 of an
Inch. Tha weather was very warm in the
vaileys and west into the mountains dur
ing Thursday, and a el I got but general rise
In temperature, compared with the twenty
four hours previous, is shown throughout
the central valleys this morning. Tem
peratures ranging close to ltw degrees were
quite aeneral In Nebraska, and 105 above
was reached in the southweHlern portion of
the state. The highest at Omaha was 85.
The weather la generally fair this morn
ing In all portions of the country, except In
eastern Nebraska and east over the middle
Mississippi valley, ami It will be fair in
this vicinity tonight and probably batur-
day, with continued warm.
1110 IPtt lVUi
Minimum temperature.... 11 62 65 70
Precipitation 28 .00 .00 T
Normal temperature for today, 77 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation sine March L
11. 96 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period, 1909, .24
of an Inch.
excess corresponding period In 1308, 1.57
Inches.
L. A, WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Cora and Wheat Regloa Ralletla.
For Ofinaha. Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at t a. m., 76th meridian time,
Friday, July 22, 1910:
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp. Ratn-
statlon. Max.
Mln. fall. Sky.
68 .32 Cloudy
64 .03 Raining
6 .02 Foggy '
61 .12 Pt. cloudy
70 .04 Cloudy
70 .Oil Pt. cloudy
07 .00 Pt. cloudy
64 .0) Cloudy
68 .42 Cloudy
65 .17 Clear
. 64 .07 Clear
66 .19 Clear
71 .29 Cloudy
68 .66 Cloudy
tiii .SO Cloudy
i.l .26 Cloudy
65 .01) Ruining
62 .64 Cloudy
66 . .60 Cloudy
Ashland, Neb 89
Auburn, Neb $4
Broken Bow, Neb. 90
Columbus, Neb... 87
Culbertaon, Nob.. 106
r alrbury, Neti.... 87
Fairmont, Neb... 86
Or. Island, Neb.. 96
Harttngton, Neb... 98
Hastings, Neb..;. 86
Holdrege. Neb.... 98
Oakdale, Neb..
Omaha, Neb...
Tekamah, Neb.
Alta, la..
Carroll, la.....
Clarlnda, la...
Sibley, la
Slcux City, la
INot Inoluded In averages.
Minimum temperature tor tweive-nour
period ending at 8 a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGE.
No. of Temp. Rain-
m.rl Stations. Max. Mln
District. Stations. Max. Mln. fall.
Columbus, 0 17 Xrt 62
Louisville. Ky 19 88 62
17 Wl 63 .00
.00
.00
.30
.00
.30
Indianapolis. Ind.. 12 S4 62
Chicago. Ill 2 tW 66
j'nesia""; 14 92 ft!
Minneapolis, Minn. s k m
.00
Kansas city. mo.. w
.to
.50
l uinikviiii. now A " w
i . ,
11k n tiy Tssvriiicr f iiici
was
general
u"" "7wen "v-four" our. 1
,,. ,h, u-unu.
showers occurred In the Omaha, Kanaas
City, Les Moines, and Chlcugo districts.
' L. A. WELSH,
liocal Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
I Quotations of the Bay oa Vurlona
Commodities.
NKW TORK. July 22. FLOUR Steady
nrinr natenia. x5.7.'m.1B: winter straights.
4.40W.6O; winter patents, 4.46G.00; spring
ti lvwa.w, winter exims, u. eo.uvtf.,
Kansas straights, 4.68o.u. nye nour,
firm; fair to good, 4.l04.ae; choice to
lancy, H4tB' . . ,
CORNMBAJLi Bteaay ; line wniw anu yci-
. iSi asT eo-rse 11 40(31 10: kiln dried,
'OW, l.orfl.o, coarse, i.vif ", UI
WHEAT Spot, steady; No. 1 red, new,
$1.10. elevator, to arrive, o. 1. f.; No. X red,
new, ILllVi. t. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern,
$1.31 f. o. b. Wheat- oloeed fcfclVio net
lower. July Closed at 1.1; oepiemoer,
$1 HHl-WTs. closed at 1.UH; December,
$l.lS;ul.l5, closed at $1.134. Receipts, 6O.SO0
bu.; shipments, 16,174 du. .
CORN Spot, easier; No. s, Tio, new in
levator, domestlo baals to arrive, c. 1. f.
Export Vto.yi new, nominal, f. o. b. Option
market was without transactions, closing at
ltilio net decline. July closed at 7-tic;
I r-, 1 .A A I "J 1 tlSLis IX 14
i oepicmDer, itu xvcuciiji, wu.
.1 uAiu-apoi, auu; nuxeu, w v
1 nuiiiunii , imiuiMi wi"iw -v -'7
61c; clipped white, 34 to 42 lbs., SOigWie. Re
ceipts, IU.1W.
J... ln.. 1 9lii?iY1 9R Un 1
II 17S1.20; No. 2, $1.101.12; No. S, ILOtK-gLOS.
tonvu Ti..ll. rantral America.- &k5i.21c:
Bogota. 2l22c.'
LEATHll.lv tJUiet.
unpa Kur: state, common to choice.
1909, 2123o: 1908, nominal; Pacific coast, 1903,
ik.wuhp! . nominal.
26O0; family, $i.0(K&26.60; short clear, $24.00
i-!K7R. Beef, steady: mess. Il5.wnl6.w: fam-
Uy. $19.6ft&a0.00; beef hams, u vyM-w. t;ui
meats, steaay, piCKiea uemae. im ae i in.,
17 riti)i9.00: Dlckled hams, tt6 uvfjll.&O. Lard,
.tuAv. middle west prime. lll.bMtll.95: re
fined, Steady; continent, $13.60 South Amer
ica. J1S.76: compouna, .iaf.oin.
TALLOW Steady; prime city, hhda., 7o;
country, 7o. '
BUTTEK rsugniiy nrmer; creamery, spe
cials, 2sti2so; extras. 27Vtf28c; thirds to
fi..t. 'iva-fia: aiaie. uiarv. vuinnioii 10 fin
est. foiiiZtV. process, second to special, 22
KUOS Firm; faesh gathered, extra firsts,
w.vu u-- firsts. 18flll)c; seconds. 17ul8o.
CHEESE Steady; state, whole milk, spe
clala, UWVlvoi state, wnoie mux, xancy,
14ci state, whole milk, average prime,
iai.fiit4A4o: state, whole cream, fair to good,
li!ViilJc; state, whole milk, common, 99
ilc; skims, fuil to speolal. HfUc,
VOUwlrll i.iivw, iuieu nwiwu uiuu
. i .. in.. ..(. . . 1ivm j .
dressed Irregular, western, 1820c; fowls,
144i lite; turkeys,
e
b( i,ont General Market
T.OXTIS, July 22.-WHHAT-Futures.
, jiv. il.03: September. I1.03?i: De-
jCJ. i i f h. loweri truok. Jo 1
I UUIIIUCI I -s - -
ta ti.0Sfftl.08: No. I hard, ai.otil.l2.
coRN-Futures, lower; September. 614e;
December. D7T.'a6o. jasn, urm; track. JNo.
RV
fixUR Firm: red winter patents.
6R.3fKij6.fA; extra fancy and straight, 64.700
4.t; hard winter celars, 3.40(fj3.0.
(iREl Timothy, 6.o.
CORNMEAL-62.26.
BRAN Higher; sacked, east track, $1,039
1.08. .. ,
H AT Pteaay; timotny, t7.wrrw.bv; prai
rie. 612 OOrjrM 60.
PRfJVI8lON uncnangea; jonoing, k7B.
Lard, lower; prime steam, tll.47U.7.
Dry aalt meats, steaay; Doxeii extra shorts,
616.25; clear ribs, 613 ; short clears, 613 Bo.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra short, 61175;
clear ribs, 614.75; short clears, 615.00.
POULTRY Firm; chickens. 13c: springs.
lOtTliic; turkeys, 18rf32c; ducks, W12o; geese,
W'tC.
Buttkk uteaay; creamery, zti47fc.
KUGrS-lllgher at 16c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 5 WiO 6.700
Wheat, bu ui.viu 44.ooi
Corn bu 64.000 29 000
OatS, bU 44.UVU zz.ouo
Metal Market.
NEW TORK. July 22. METALS Stan
dard cop; er, dult; spot and futures, 611603'
1150. London, easy; spot, lit lis 3d;
futures. 56 3s 9d. Local dealers report a
firm market for copper, quoting lake at
612.b212.7t . electrolytic, 612 374.11 DO,
and CHSting at fLs.i-vtnij.JD. iin, euy;
spot and futures, m.sfwu&l.so. London,
steaay; spot, os; lutures, aiov s mi.
Isd, quiet; 64 to. oia new xork; 4t siW
4. 3S. Kast St. Louis. London, spot price,
12 lis 4(1. r"'"er. quiei; spot. SD.Mqi'o.eu,
New York; 64 95Tjr50, East fit. Louts. In-
don spot, H23 7s 6d. Cleveland warrants
olosed at 4Ks lovil in London. Locally,
Iron was quiet
v lagar Market.
NEW YORK. July 21 flUGAR Raw,
flrmi muscovado. W test. 63 66: centrlfural.
M tret. 66.66: molasses sugar. 83 test, 63 1.
Refined steaay; crusnea, o.Bt; granulated,
6 15; powdered, 65 ti 1
CUrr icb-ot steaay; io. T JO, fei
No. 4 riantoa, 9a
Osaaaa liar Market.
OMAHA. July 21 No. 1 upland. $12-.
No. I upland, $11.00: packing. $9.00; wheat
straw, $7.00; rye and oats, $4.00; new hay,
111 00.
MWYORaVSTOCKS AND BONDS
Bear Party Unmolested in Operationi
During Day.
SHARP
RECOVERY
COMES
Price Concessions Apply
List ot Active and
Whole
Inactive
Stocks' ' Operations loageeteU
Largely la Few.
NEW TORK, July 12. The bear party
was not much rroleated tn Its operations
in stocks today. The decline In price en
countered little effective resistance In the
form ot buying orders except such as the
bears themselves supplied when they cov
ered shorts from time o time.
The operations were Congested largHy in
a few of the speculative stocks, but the
price concessions applied to the whole list,
active and Inactive.
Bear covering caused tha sharp recovery
late In the day.
The cut in the National lead dividend
was the ostensible motive for the senti
ment of discouragement In the speculation
which overcame the market. The Incident
was thought scarcely adequate to explain
the extreme depression of speculative senti
ment, and other causes were sought.
The consideration of the condition of the
national banks of tha country was more
limited to bankers, but may not have lacked
Influence on the stock market for that
reason.
Tha gain In percentage of legal reslrva
In three months amounts to 1 1-100 of 1
per cent, and for the year there has been
a decrease of 1 16 per cent. The percentage
to dopoeils ot cash on hand, redemption
fund, and due from reserve agents stands
at only 21.44 per cent, a decrease In three
mom lis of 80 per cent, and in a year of
2.52 per rent. The last Item Is affected by
the hoavy decrease ot $83,102,900 for threo
months In the Item due from other banks
and reserve agents, showing how the In
terior banks have been drawing down their
balances from the reserve centers. Their
future power to draw Is correspondingly
Impaired and will throw on the reserve
centers the demand for credit to move the
crops. The prevailing note of warning in
the banking world was amply explained by
this showlnir. and also the active prepara
tions to strengthen the reserve condition of
the banks.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, par
value, $1,233,000. United States bonds un
changed on call.
Number of sales ana leading quotations
on stocks were:
SilM. High. low. Oom.
Allln-C'halni.ri cC4
211
Ainilnmi4 Copper II, M0
American Axrlculiursl
40
SSH
'iiii
47 14
XI
ii
Sit
s
American BMt 8uKr TOO 10 H
AmaHcan Can M H
Amsrlcan C. F. .J0 4
American Colum CHI i.tuO i
Auivicaa H. A L. pld 1U0. ill
Am. Ice Securities tut
Amerloaa Llnswt 00 II H
American Locomotive 40U
American 8. a R 30,400 64
Am. 8. & K. pM 'H) 101
Am. Blast Foundrlaa 4a 48 Vi
47
SI
S4
luoit lUOi
tl
117 It'
Am. Sugar Refining dim 11
American T. A T
Amorioan Tobacco Dfd.
10,000 133 131 1'1
! American Woolen 100
27
10
104
1
It
s
io
107K
w
S7Vk
7
ltK
10S
Ji
AnaconUa Mining Co too
AtuhlHon
H.70U
Atcbleon pfd
Atlantlo Coast Lin
Baltimore a Ohio.
Bethlehem Steel
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Faolfto
Centre! leather
Central Leather pfd
Central ot Mew jersey. .
Cheaapeake A Ohio
Chicago Alton ,
Chicago Ot. W., new...,
C. O. W. ptd
Chicago A N. W
C, M. A St. P ,
C., C, C. A St. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Southern.....
Coneolldated (Ms
too
soo
t.euo
7,100 7b
9.4V0 JWt
1.400 11!4
74 liA
174 1811s
aovi
lot
SMI
1,700
i.'ioi
7314
"ii"
10
'a"
71
t
22
46
ll
11144
r
to
Uo
1
164
21
n
s
40
0
tOO 142
11,600 121
140 V
uo
4(10 W4
100 4444
.ouo liast
1.100 1414
40
10
Com Proiluots
Delaware A Hudson.
leuvr A Rio Grande...
. 100 lis 1M
So iS n
D. A R. O. ptd
DUtlllars' Securities ...
Brie
600 44
400 27
2,400 U
00 41
""00 142"
6.1X10 14
2,000 61
100 177 .
tt
27
46
Erie let pfd
Erie 2d pfd
General Blectiio
Great Northern pfd......
Groat Northern Ore otts.
Illinois Central
Interborough Met.
130 um
ll 14444
60 49 )
17 120
I.OOi) U 17. , 17
Int. Met. pra
Int. Hanreeter
Int. Marine pfd
J,u0 60S4 44s 40 V,
700 1 01
100 l-4 1414 it
1,000 lMi 10 10
400 45i 42 43 H
KI0 17 17 1
2W0 27 17 27
100 41 42 41
1.000 1U0 4e 100
1,000 130 121 U7
JT
1.200 1M 114 114
1,700 41 , N t
400 44 44 44
100 68 68 .66
100 103 101 102
6, 4O0 64 44 44
100 20 9H 44
S.7O0 113 111 111
1,300 42 41 44
100 ! 47 7
47
4.400 117 11(44 117
international paper
International ramp ....
Iowa Central
Kansas City so
K. C. So. p(d
Laclede Oas
Loulavtlie A N
Minn. A St. Louis
M., jit. P. A B. 8. M...
M., K. A T
M., K, A T. pfd
Mleacairt Pacltlo
National Biscuit
Natloual Lead
N. H. R. of M. xd pld..
New York Central
N. Y O. A W
Norfolk A WeeUrn
North American
Northern raclflo
Paclflo Mall
paniurlvanla
People's Oas
P., C, C. A lit. L
Pittsburg Coal
Preesed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Spring...,
Reading i
Repubilo Steel ,
Repablle Steel pfd
Rook Island Co
Rook Island Co. pfd
8L L. 8. F. lu pfd...
St. Louis S. W
St. U B. W. pld ,
Slfsa-aheffleld 8. A I...
Southern Paclflo
Southern Hallway .....
go. Hallwar pfd
Tennessee Copper
Teaas A Paoltlo
T St. L. A W
T., St. L. A W. pfd...
Union Paolfls
I'nloii Paclflo pfd
United States Realty...
United States Rubber..
United States Steel
700 14 14 29
17,400 117 . Ill 127
700 106 1U6 104
1.100
41
W
16
40
14
" ioo 'ii'"
' "ioo '&'
141,400 140
1.1110 41
'ii-'
'0
147
40
0
13
IS
47
41
0
lis
40
to
600
4,100
l,WO
600
4u0
100
100
21,400
. 1,400
100
41
40
1
40
17
47
im
!
44
,'r'.'.
XI
41
1
40
. 21
44
4i
110 110
44
64
42
61
H
14
too
1.100
II
46
167
40
44
12
40
114
41
61
IS
44
43
67
41
4
,114,900 141
604 44
100 48
, 1,400 IS
176, toe 44
, 4,400 116
1
88
44
41
41
114
U. B. Steel pfd -
11 tali Conner ...
4,104 44
44
Va. -Carolina Chemical ....
4.100
1.7CS
a. too
too
6
4s
14
4
44
Wikuh ,
Wsheah, pfd
Westers Maryland
Weetlnghouse Electrls . .
Weetein Union
17
44
43
64
47
so
Wheeling A Lake Hfcis...
Total sales for the day,
. 1.000 t
112,100 shares.
4
New York Moaey Market.
NEW YORK, July 22.-0JONEY-On call
2 per cent; ruling rate, per cent;
closlna bid. 2 per cent: offered VA per cent
Time loans easy; 60 days, 36 per cent
and 90- days, 4 per cent; six monies, &
per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-6 to
6 t)r cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady with
aotual business In bankers bills at, H"
4.6370 for 00 day bins ana at, tor ce-
mand. Commercial bills, H63&4-a3.
HlIA'Klt-Bar. 64o: Mexican dollars. 44o,
BOND Goverruueut, steady; railroad,
lrreaular,
Closing quotations on onca today ware
ss follows:
t). A raf. 6s. res.... 100 Oee. Use. ST. 6s.. ..Ill
de coupon loHL Cen. 1st rsf. 4s. 44
tJ. 8. te. reg 101 Int. Met. 4s 10
So coupon loi int. M. af. 4s 41
V. s. 4a. reg ii4m. a. a r. 1st 4.. ii
do coupon 114 do gen. 4s 46
AllUk-Uhal. 1st 6s... T6Mo. Paclflo 4a 17
Am. Ag. 6a 100 N. R. R. of If, 4e 44
Aftv. T. A T. t. 4a MN. Y. C. g. 6 47
Am. Tooacoo 4s 7 se sab. 4a k
do 4a 106N. V., N. U. A K.
Armour A Co 4a.. SI sr. 4s Ill
Auhlaon gen. 4s 4N. A W. 1st 0. 4s... St
do e. 4a 104 4o or. 4a 4n
do sv. 4a lo!No. paolfls 4a 100
At. C. L. let 4s 13 do 4e 74
B. A O. 4s 0. g. U rfdg. 4a 44
do ts uPenn. er. ( 1V14. . . 6
do 8. W. ta do ron. 4s 104
Brk. Tr. cr. 4a II Reeding gen. 4s 47
on. ot oa. 4a 1048t. Las.?, fg. 4a. 71
t'eu. Leather 4s H do gen. (a 44
e. ef N. J. g. is....lxit. u a. w. e. 4s. 14
Obas. A Ohio 4s...loo do 1st gold 4s.... 44
4o rat. 4s 41 Seboar4 A. U 4a 71
Cnlcaa A A. Is... 14 So. Pacific ool. 4a... 44
C. B. A Q. J. as.... 44 do ev. 4a
do gen. 4s. 4b du let ret.
NV
.104
. T4
.10DH
. 46
.lot
.lots
. MS
C. M. A f. g 4M. I1S. kallw.r 6a
de sot. 4a 11 do gen, 4s...
do rtg. 4s 17 I'nioa Pscine 41.
eoia. Ind. Is 11 d cv. 4s
Oolo. Mid. 4s 44 So tat A rot.
O. A . r. A a 4. S641V. S. Robber 4a
I). A H. sv. 4a 47 V. B. Steal
U. A R. O. 4S.
do ret. Is
DlstlUara' is
Kris p. k 4S.,
.... va -cr. chern. ee.,107
.... 41 Watiaah let 6a ts
.... 44 o let A ex. 4s.... 41
... 41 Wertern MA 4s 47
do geo.
.. 14 "weal. Blee. e. Is.. 41
do ev. 4a, see. A.
44 at rsa. s. 4s sUi. 44Vi
de sartee U.
Trsaaary Stateaaeat.
WA8H1NOTON, July 2 The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows:
Trust funds: flold ooln, FM.7U.6(i; sil
ver dollars, 640.082,000! silver dollars of lMuv.
$M.440.(ir: silver certificates outstanding,
$40.032.0(11,
Ueneral fund; Standard Silver dollars In
Fenr-ral fund. J2.290.W2; current liabilities,
$m.SslM; working balance In tremiiiry of
fices. $vj.39.4; in banks to credit of the
treasurer of the Tnltrd States. IK.M.17ti;
subsidiary silver coin. IVs4.2'W; miner
coin. ll.lM.6l?; total balance In general
fund, '.6,7S0.634.
REPORT OF THE CLK.ARt.NO HOtSB
Traaaaetloas at the Associated Daaks
for the Week.
NEW YORK. Julv 2t.-Pradstreet'e bank
clearings report for the week ending July
21 Shoas an aggregate of i:.84.Wl,.0, as
against S2.OW1.OM.000 last week and $2,019,
IMi.OOO in the corresponding week last year.
Following Is a Hat of the cities:
CITIE&
Clearings.
I no.
Dec
New York
1,16.S7.010 14.0
Chicago
274.fr43.0u0i
1 l
I4
7.0j
lS.lj
12.01
6.8
22.aj
tM
....I .a
30. 0
ion
20.9
24.2
11 2
24.0
.4!
9.8i
15.5
28.81
19.0
Roston
ll,Of,0tf
J.-,S.97.WO!
73.3W,OU,
44.531.O00I
61.9n,Ol)0
45.610.0110!
29,709,0001
2o.2U0.'M).
l!.80fi.00
17.b7!i.0i
22,o4,OOXl
l,2tl,WX(
14,794. 000
l,H27.0iK
11.331.0001
12.424,O0O
io,Kti.ono
11.491,01101
lo.oi i.onu
9.3!.onoi
10,764,01101
1,919.000
6,0.001)
Philadelphia
St- Louis ,
Kansas City
PltUrmrg ,
Han Francisco
Baltimore
Cincinnati ....
Minneapolis ,
New Orleans .......
Cleveland
Detroit ..i
OMAHA
Doe Angeles
Douisville
Milwaukee
Seattle
fit Paul
Buffalo
Denver
Indianapolis
2.2.
32.6;.
7.S.
7.31.
6.9 .
Atlanta
Providence
Portland, Ore
11.667,0001
4.S4O.000
Memphis
Richmond
6. 902.0001...
' 4,782,0001...
I
2.8
9.1
20.1
Fort Worth
fait Lake City
1947,0001
6.417.000 1.2
6.697.0001 17.01
6.007.000
Washington
St. Joseph
Columbus
Aitany
6,mi.000 .
S,347,000t
4.0
Teconia
Savannah
Spokane
Toledo
Re-Chester
Nashville
Hs-rtford
Des Moines
Peoria
Norfolk
New Haven
tiloux City
Wichita
Grand Rapids
Syracuse
Augusta, Oa
Birmingham
Springfield, Mass
Kvansvllle
Dayton
Oakland
Oklahoma
Jacksonville, Fla
Portland, Me
Worcester
Little Rock
Knozvllle
Wheeling
Charleston ,
Chattanooga ,
Dir.coln
.6.
4.7KS.O0OI 57.6
4,444,0001 29.31
4,106,0001......
4.582,000 23.6
4.243,OiXH 27.1
4,8,0U0l 18.01
S.612.0001 10.3
2,645,000 11.6
1,121,000 20.7
8-,000 26.0
1,49,000 4.4 ......
6,520,000 19.6
2,342,000 4.2
2,JO9,O0u 6.6
1,S22,000 42.1
2,390,000 60.6
1,434,000 7.4
!,4M,0U0 8.9
2.400.000 28.2
3,0O3,0UO 66.4
2.407.0001 84.2
2,203,000 84.4
2,143,000 13.4
3.398,000 84.8
1,601.000 6.0
i,9a,ooo
1.6ti2,000 6.8
1,444.000 85.2
1.699,000 39.4
1,613.000) 21.9.
1,602,000 18.3
1,838.000 6.2
1,202.000. 1.9
1,472.000 37.8
1,375,000 6.1
1,325,000 24.0
1.034.000 2.9
1,107,000 27.0......
1,800,000 21.7
1,010,000 16.S
986,000 6.1
6!,000 7.6
858,000 6.1
905,000 13.9
761,000 16.8
724.000 24.8
807,000 77.7
1.122,000 42.0
1,139,000 83.1
703,000 18.7
882.000 28.0
749,000 29.8
737,000 10.S
623.000 8.6
668.000 40.9
812,000 40.9
610,000 .
666.000 .7
601,000 14.6
490.000 6.3
407.0001 81.7
422,000 10.1
423.000 26.2
2SO.000 11.6
239.000 85.0
271.000 22.0
1641.000 23 1
2.932.000
23,176,000 .8
12,354.000 42.4
8CT.00O
Wilmington ,
Mobile
Tnpeka
Davenport
Wllkesbarre
Kalamaioo
Fall River
Cedar Rapids
Secramento
New Bedford
Springfield, 111
Macon
Youngstown
Fort Wayne
Helena
Fargo
Columbia, S. C
Akron
Canton
Lexington ............
Erie
Sioux Falls
Rockford
Quincy
Illoomlngton
Springfield, O
Chester
South Bend
Lowell
Bingham ton
Jackson, Miss........
Decatur
Mansfield
Fremont
Vlcksbura
Jacksonville, III
Duiuth
Scranton
Houston
Galveston
York
Not Included In totals because compari
sons are incomplete.
Not Included In totals because contain
ing other Items than clearings.
(.swat keeantiea.
Quotations furnished by Samuel BumA
jr., 631 Mew xork lAt Duuaicg, omana:
Bid.
Asked.
feestrlee Creamer eft.....
a
44
44
44
104
II
41
44
100
101
41
10
ISO
100
1U0
44
47H
44
100
44
6iS4
43
48
17
44
1IH1H
1M
44
Beatrlo Creamery, com
CudaAr racking Ce. te. ltxt
Cttr National Bank Elds. 4a. 1140
Crty ef Omaha 4Ha 1430
u la la ens Else, IX. a M4. s
Oerman Fire IIMuranoe 104
Iowa Portland Cement let uul, 4s... 44
Iowa Portland Cement sea. 4s 44
Kansas Oas A Slav. 7 per cent pt4.... 41
Kansas O. A 67. 6a, 12 44
at Ion lama Stats Tel.. prd Hhk
Morria A Co. 41
Nek. Tel. stock 4 er cent 4916
Omaha Water Co. ts, U44 s
Omaha Oaa sa. Ull tt
Omaha Elee. Ught 6s, 1414 44
Omaha Blee. Light pfd 6 per sent 82U.
Omaha A C. B. St. Hr pf4 6 par osot II
Omaha A C. B. tu Ry 4s, 1421 II
Omaha A C. B. By A B. sfd 41
raclfla T. I. la. 1461 46
Swift A Co. 6a. 1914
$M Inauranoa Co 110
Weetrsj kUryland ,
Tri-cnr Rr. a u Ca is. ma 44
Trl-Cltr it. A L. ptA stook, 6 par seal 414
Csloa 4 lock Tarda stock. South Omaha 44
474
411
Sf
London Stock Market.
LONDON, July U. American securities
were dull and featureless during the flret
hour today. At noon prices were from
above to below yesterday's New York
closing.
Coneeli, money
de sofiounl
Amal. Capper...
Anaeoeda
Atchleoa
U lt-llLoulsvllls A N....
... tlHM., K. A T
... ttiN. Y. Oentral
... IH Norfolk A W
...101 do pfd
...lot Ontario A W
...HT
... aiH
...114
...1U0
... 44
... 44
... 44
do pfd
aaltltuore m Ohle....lia rennarlvanla
Canadian yHlo....lWl4 Hand Mine.
Oleaapeak A 0
. II Reading
. M4kSouttiern Rj
.IK de pfd
. MHIouthem Paol.lo..
. Union Paelfla
.IS de pfd
. 6) V. I. Steel
. 42 do pfd
. 31 vlebeah
. $6 do pfd
.114 Bnuitah 4a
...
... 1!V
Chlcaio O. W
Chi., Mil. A St. f
Da Bewra ,
Denver A Rle O. .,
de pfd
Brie ,
do let pfd
do Id pfd
Orand Trunk
...
... 6t
...11H
...i4e
...
... TiH
...in
... 11VI
... i&h
Illinois Onuv.l..
SILVER Bar, steady at 2S-16d per oa.
Munisi-i per oent.
The rate ef discount In the open market
for short bills Is 2 per cent; for three
months' bins, 214 per cent.
Boetoa CloslaaT Steele.
BOSTON, July 22. Closing quotations on
eiooks ana Donas:
Alloues 41 Mohawk 44
Amal. Copper mHMerada Con. u
A. A U A g...M... XI Klplaslna Mines ..... 10
Arlaona Com. ....... U North Butte . list
Atlantis HtNorM Lake .....
B. A C. C. A A M.. 11014 Dominion .
Catte Ceellilon tISkOeceota
CaU A Arlaona, 4a y parrott A A C.
Cal. A Haola 611 Qulncjr
Centennial 16 Shannon
Oopper Hang C. C.. 40 Superior
Is
. aavk
.lis
. 12H
. 10
.
Baal Butte C M 4 Superior A B. U I
r'ranklin
UVSuperler A V. 0 10u,
Oraab Con,
tl , amarKca ev
4ia v. A C. A a 14
Ur-eena Cananea
lale Rorelo Oppar... I1 U. 6. . R. A M.... 4644
Kerr lAk IH do pfd 4t
Lake Copppr 41 VI t'taa Cos sosa
ta Salle CopMr... I4 Winona
Miami Copper
. 11 WoWerlna M.
.106
Bid. Aaked.
Jfew York Cark Haotatlons.
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan A Bryan, members New York
Stock exchange, 116 South KUteentn street.
i imint;
Bar Suits Oas . . M Ooldflold Daley I
Butts OaaUUoa ...... II Oreeuo CaaaJMa .... 41
aoiua a juapirauoQ T
Chin UHLaruM 4
Cklaf Oftoaolidatad M Its Keiada Consolidated It
rraotloa 61 Newhouss It
iiem uair aisnawaias c-eailtlon ... is
Douglas ttoppa , 1 Her Central t
Sir ceelral SH Swift Pag Co. ..... .101
air tonaonaaiaa .... si saara-HoaDacs Co, ...leg
raansiln 14 Superior A Plttaburg 1H
Olnras SHTonopeh Mining .... IS
Ooldfiain consolldatad S4,Trlnitr Copper 4'i
uoiaiieis w lorwnce .. iibAonn Lass ..1 Itg
Rank t'leariasis.
OMAHA. July M Bank Clearings for to
day were $2.821 4Hg.ll,, and for the corres
ponding date last year, $2,047,684,7.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Few Cattle Here, While Price Show
Little Change.
HOGS CONTINUE ON THE UP GRADE
mail Itna of Kat Sheea aad Ns Fat
Laaibs, Receipts CousUtlasT Al
' most Entirely of Feeders
Prices Hlarher.
SOUTH OMAHA, July 22, 1910,
Receipts rre:
Official Monday....
Official Tuesday
Official Wr-dnesday
Official Thursday ..
Estimate P riday ..
Cattle. Rngv Sntp.
.. S 3.402 17,2.,9
. 6,ii7 4.2U 15,i il
. B.2J2 6,756 7. est
. 3,t5 8.5f3 lO.K'l
. 1.100 6.950 4,275
Five days this we.-k....M,097 J2.871 M.393
Same days last week ....14.jt3 2S.5iI 42,0.
Banie days 2 weeks ao. .10.w5 21,4i2 20.S19
Kame days 3 weeks ago..ll,6i3 4tv9tf 1S.441
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 17.040 47,975 'XAU
(Same days last year.... 13,335 27,234 23,511
The following table allows the receipts wf
cattle, bous and sheep at South omana ior
the year to diate as compared with last
year: WlO. 1900. c
Cattle 625.108 42,46 8il,t.43
Hogs 1.2H9.613 l.MtS.S-sS n.iiv
Sheep SOi.443 727.4i 77.744
The following table shows Ui average
prices of hogs at South omaba tor me last
several days, with comparisons;
DateA I 1916. l98.UO.lvt.iUr06.1194.90t.
July 13...
July 14...
July 14...
6 331
6 331 4 66
6 31 6 03
201
8 25,
6 34
( 4716 Ml
July 15...
July 16...
C 54
I
6 66
6 19
July 17...
July lg...
July 19...
S5H
I 66!
6 631
6 59
6 51
6 21
8 64T
8 2S
8 SO-'.
6 Is
6 03
July 20...
July 21...
July 22...
6 10
8 42 '
6 44
6 02
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at 8 p. m.
July 22:
RECEIPTS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C. M. A St, P
8
Wabash 1
'Missouri Paclflo
tTnlnn Pacific 8
"C. A N. W., eaat
C. A N. W., west 19
C, M.. St. P. & O
C, B. 6c Q., eaat 1
C, B. ft ., west 12
C, II. I. P., east 1
C, R. I. ft P., west 8
Illinois Central
Chicago Great Western
Total receipts
29
106
IMSFOS1TMJN.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.
173
317
720
i7
226
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour ft Co
Murphy Shippers
Shlnous
Cudahy, St. Paul
Benton, Vansant ft Lush
Hill ft Son
P. B. Lewis
J. H. Bulla
1.279
1.631
2.607
113
217
949
944
144
55
82
36
19
18
22
S3
130
U Wolf
Mccreary ft Carey
T. J. Inghrara
Other Buyers
2,992
Totals....
1,161 6.777
CAi'l'ijUi Receipts of cattle were verj
light this morning, only 3o cars being re
ported In, which was not enough lo create
bery much Interest among buyers or to
make very much of a market. Reoelpls
for the week, however, nave been very
largt, putting up a total of 26,097, as against
14.Mo for tne same days last week anu
13.336 for the corresponding period last year.
Cattle offered for sale this morning
changed hands at prices steady to strong
as compared with yesterday. In other
words, triers was very little change en
cattle of any kind, eltnej- killers or feed-
era. Pretty much everything on sale
ctiangeu nanus in gooa iqbiiuii iu iuw mviii-
mg. While prices are decideoiy lower on
moat kinds of cattle than a week ago, still
the trade Is in a trood healthy condition
ooislderlng the large receipts this week.
which have been remarkably gooa.
Quotations on
1 ni,yS,ai!i'iU?.a A ehJ23
tVW.' .o.;
i. ttt.ikir(.00; common to tair
corn-fed steers.
1 M 6 74 6 64
7 6 6 40 6 74 6 59
7 76 6 43 6 67
Iti 6 31 6 71
763 667 6 76 660
7,74 6 44 6 72 4 61
4 40 6 69 6 Si
7 761 6 74 6 61
7 76i 6 S3 6 BO 6 47
7 70 6 27 6 48
7 69 6 32 6 86
corn-fed steers, $.Kgi.ou; common to lairij,
, ' j . ....i , ,,!,.,
iriaatTa' fair to aood
liellsrs, $4.6(si6.it, lair to good
Heifers. $2.o0frji4..6; common lo fair
hoifera ta SjiliiLas- uood to choice
neiieis, w.oonjie., goou m cnoice
corn-iea steers,
cows and
cows and heifers,
uuna ainu iioncia, u,wvw, hi.v,..iv.
stocksrs and feeders, 4.&o1d.o0; - fair to
good stookers and Iseders, $J.!bj4.26; com-
mon to fair stookers and feeders, .ool
2.76: stock heifera I3.26ia4.00: veal calves.
aMtmnob- bulla ataa-s etc 14 00(04 16.
i.OWtri.W, DU1IS. Stags, etc, .Wp-.JO.
Quotations on range cattle:
uooa to
choioe guisB beeves, $&.606.26; galr to good
beeves. M.VwiJo.tO; common to fair beeves,
$S.7644.60; good to choice cows, 14.90ny4.S6j
fair to gooa graces, 4.Dwan.w; oanners ana
cutters. I3.7W8.85.
Representative sales; '
BEEP STEERS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
I t0 6 60 11 744 6 48
I 840 4 10 16 44 6 16
to 147 6 40 14 4 40
17 102 I 14 0 1413 1 tO
COWS.
46 401 1 40 17 174 6 70
4 S0 1 46 14 .'. 444 6 74
4 1(166 2 40 17 Ill Iti
a no a oo 4 440 a no
4 444 a 96 6 1064 I 40
it aio a 4i " a ii40 4 oo
1 1060 I 60 1 1300 I 00
4 1190 I 66 I ....list I 00
I Hit 1 74
HEIFERS.
6 644 1 76 6 640 IH
1 411 4 46 4 404 I 16
1 44 a 14 6 444 4 44
4 403 4 50 .
BULLS. 1
1 760 2 76 1 1270 a 40'
1 1470 4 40 1 1440 4 44
CALVES.
1 241 6 74 1 170 I 16
II 600 6 00 6 170 1 00
2 Hot 6 1 1 140 1 04
I 20 6 60 1 164 1 44
41 tet m
STOCKER8 AND FEEDERS.
660 2 00 II 604 I M
a..
6..
a..
460
111
671
174
a oo
a 16
8 14
4 M 4 71
6 710 6 40
40 444 4 00
4 ol 4 04
17..
I..
6..
741
a to
i;i a 40
COWS AND HEIFERS.
11 114 4 K
WESTERNS WYOMING-,
64 steers.. ..1333 6 06 6 steers.. ..1155 4 00
20 COWS 017 S 88 6 COWS 8&6 $ 26
'ii cows 80S 3 HO 6 cows luoa I to
7 cows 627 6 60 1 cows 914 4 06
1C steers.. ..11S2 6 00 IS cows m 4 00
COWS 800 S 14
I WESTERNS NEBRASKA
4 heifers... 836 4 06
6 heifers... 502
i 60
4 60
I 70
16 cows 408 $ 65
21 steers.. ..1181
t cows..,.. $13
7 cows 000
Pearson Neb.
3 calves... 180 6 7.7
76 COWS 842 65
Hohman h
1 feeder... $30 4 00
5 heifers... 728
26 cows 812 $ 65
16 feeders., 717 3
P. P. Pearson Neb.
I feeders.. 785 I 80
John Pearson Neb.
I cows 10-JO 4 00 1 feeders. .1080
WESTERNS WYOMING,
$ feeders., 621
4 10
10
6 cows
660
874
773
886
$ cows
43
440
822
fc-.i8
5 cows....
8 heifers.
24 oows...,
10 steers..
$ cows..,
S cows..,
3 76
2 80
4 05
4 06
3 25
11 cows..,
1173
6 cows.,
t cows..,
..1016
.. 840
6 oows 1044
3 steers.... 878
6 steers
4 40
HOQS-In a general way tha hog market
Ici a dime hi if her In both dlvUluna fwm
ru
the opening this morning. Local demand
. ;...,,, i.i ...i. mh .i.i k.....j
but order buyers are sUU partial to light i aipanlsli macherel. 18c; eel. 18o; Jisd
TiJ,Te i... ,r.H. ' '7.' 1 IT! . dock. Uo: floundera Uoi green oatflah. isa:
aVaiU lUi Mllaa,wT BJB a-uVa SB.4SU VU1I1III4JVJ iUOir
ur. -
big end of a moderate auppiy selling In
very good season.
Good heavy hogs sold around $8.2536.S0.
mixed moved at 38.406.60, according to
quality and weight, and bacon hogs brought
the high figures, as usual, selected lights
topping at $8.86. A large share ot receipts
went at $8.26138.60, rough heavies selling
below 6s.su. uiosiug trade was very weak.
a few loads that oame In late selling at
prices little different from-those of yes
terday
For tha five days this week receipts have
ha.n a lltita lara.r than althar ihne.
" - - - - - -
the same days last wek or a year ago.
Trace nas Dean more or less uneven, dis
crimination between lights and heavies
very positive and the range Of prices nat
urally wide, current aaies aversgs up
aooui luxo-ioo nigner tnan inose 01 last et-
brdsy, light hogs claiming the full advanoe.
Representative sales:
Ho.
AT.
..464
.411
,.6l
..107
..tit
..w;
.840
Sh. Pr.
40 4 14
140 4 14
ISO 4 II
40 4 10
40 4 16
... 4 44
40 I 24
No.
41...
II...
II...
40...
IS...
11...
At. 46. Pr.
.tut 144 6 41 H
li.,
44.
66.,
Ml as I St
.tU 60 I u
til 144 4 41
.! 40 4 46
.144 11 I '
..144 44 6 43
l
- lii
44
it...
47...
42 ..
46...
44...
47 . ..
M. ..
6.V..
46...
64...
U..,
44...
47...
41 .
64..,
61...
65...
42 ..,
4.1...
12...
64...
70..
34..
)..
64..
47..
171
r-o
i
1T1
J04
1N
lt
1
tn
SM
ii
4
1M
ri
J74
l
M4
.....4
147
.....2.7
iti
1M
2t
114
lai
to
, . . . . 1M
231
137
4
04
247
S
l.4
3l)
JH2
4?l
m
51
S.-.J
tn la,"' II 31 ... 14
... I 71 117 140 I 4.S
... 4 IS 61 M ... 14
M I 27 rS4 110 I 4j
:( 6 27 fl J O 40 I 46
... IN 2.4 40 4 .1
16 I ,1 14 ... I 64
!0 6 in S4 a 14 M I (4
14 I 10 71 1-14 60 I 64
... 4 14 74 214 ... I 60
... I ) 14 1W) A 60
19 6 90 41 ?I0 60 I 60
120 4 40 14 141 ISO I 60
14,1 -1 te 1 till 170 I 60
21 I le 11 140 )) I 60
4S in n. m i?n l m
IN 4 41 SO 164 N IW
... 4 Jl 1 JM 44 I :
... I 16 It 134 40 4 65
... Ill l ?.' 40 6 66
40 I iS l 210 HI Hi
... ID 16 1)1 120 4 r-6
4 4 11 12 CI 114 I 66
40 I U 77 4.11 ... I 66
60 I 3.1 , 74 tn ISO 4 67
10 I S6 71 134 1IW 6 60
40 I 16 t: 174 K0 4 40
... 4 40 II 171 ... I 40
... 4 40 71 Ill 40 11
240 I 40 14 114 160 4 60
... 4 44 (0 m ... 4 SO
120 4 40 61 Ml 00 6 46
... I 40 14 Ill ... 4 70
40 I 40 II 112 40 4 70
... I 40 1J ISO ... I '.0
... I 40 ft 214 140 4 70
60 4 40 44 11 60 I S
... 4 40 II 207 40 70
80 4 40 4t 2t ... I 70
0 4 40 7 1W ... 4 75
... I 40 67 1M 4 16
It 4 40 lit MO 40 6 14
140 4 44 46 tl ... 4 SI)
40 4 40 44 164 40 4 45
... 4 40
4.1
II
70.
tt.
in.
43
60.
V
60.
17
44...
66.
60.
J44
.141
.261
66...
41.
..141
bttcikf bhceu trade pursued its bullish
course today on a limited auppiy. x'at
sorts were small, killing demand active and
anyining tit lor the block sold readily at
prices strong to a dime higher than those
ot yeeteiuay. The choicest sheep on sale
appeared In the snaps of Montana wethers,
tne same kina that went yesterday at 44. uu.
iney sold at 64.W touay. bringing the lull
I advance. Nothing very good was tecelvexl
1 in the way ot fat yearlings and ewes and
lambs of any kind were equally scarce.
u The market this week has been one
I dominated by feeder demand. Values on all
classes of stock suffered severely at the
opening, but rain reports Infused new life
In the trade and early declines have been
more tnan regained, f at lames are clos
ing all ot (44Dc higher than they were at
last week s close, tat sheep show net sd
vaiices of about 10il5o and feeder values
are also a little higner. Improvement In
tne testier branch ot the trade Is not
measured so much by better prices as It is
by a bnader and more active demand.
Oeisplte a liberal run from Wyoming, Idaho
and Montana ranges, with feeder sort un
usually targe, the week is closing with a
perfect clearance.
quotations on grass stock: uooa to cnoice
lamibs. 67.oota,7.s0: fair to mood lambs. 26. tort
87.UO; feeding lambs, 65.lViv6.86; handy weight
yearlings, 44.50ii4.W heavy yearlings, Jl.ootf
4.50: feeder yearlings. 84.0ua4.i6: good to
choice wethers, 43.7h&4.10; fair to good weth
ers, 44.iioui3.7o; leading wetners, is.&xflS.oo:
17 fat ewes,' l2.7M3.ii5; feeding ewes, S2.2tft3.00.
Representative sales:
No. A v.
Pr.
8 66
8 65
8 65
8 85
2 85
2 00
4 10
4 10
6 00
8 35
8 35
4 00
4 76
3 00
4 25
4 75
8 63
220 Wyoming wethers, feeders. ..103
1 422 Wyoming wethers, feeders. ..103
241 Wyoming wethers, feeders.. .lo3
18 15 Wyoming wethers, culls 100
26 Wyoming ewes 98
lu Wvomlnar wethers, culls 87
340 Montana wethers 123
SOS Mnntsnt wethara 122
fig western lambs 44
8 western ewes 100
69 western ewes 93
fiO Idaho wethers 115
347 Idaho yearlings 90
126 Idaho ewes, culls
..101
1269 Idaho yearling feeders
.. 89
.. 89
..104
15 Idaho yearling feeders
104 Idaho ewes
I CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Shippers Find Strong; Demand, for
Stack of All Kinds,
CHICAGO. July 22. CATTLB Receipts,
2.5W head. Market, Steady. Beeves, to.OOfi
Q Vk. T.s.ai ...a 419 aVVE in, -
steers. I6.00tf6.80; Blockers' and' feeders. $4.15
ero.to; cows and heifers, $2.65g'6.65; calves,
J. (WOK. It).
OUS Receipts, 11,000 head. Market.
Strong. Light, $8.7009.10; mixed, $8.3ik&8.9;
neavy, as.tMxos.76; rough,
18.00rif8.20:
good
to oholce heavy, 18 20175; pigs, $3,711 0.10;
Duik oi sales, i8.4or,m.ho
BHKBP AND LAMBS Receipts. 12.000
head. Market, strong. Native, $2.60fi4.25;
western, I2.50fjf4.25; yearlings, $4.10ri6.50-,
iambs, native, $4.60(27.40; western, $4,504(7.50.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. July 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts, $.700 head. Market, steady to weak.
Southerns strong. Dressed beef and ex-
nnrt al.ar. IT. OiV17GOn. fair ,A a-, ...A 1 -r w
76: weter'n steersi $4.6fl7.26; Blockers and
feeders, $8.2O.O0; southern steers. $J1.80f,
ten, .n...i .o-jr,-.r. ..... '
native cows,
- , "wui-iiwii wnm, eA.iuiwa.u, nauve cows,
nW.Q0; native heifers. $3.006.25; bulls
M ftvn j an-, calves t4 HWm Kfl
hiTAi-i ni. s k..4 ,
MOtlB Receipts, 6,400 head. Market,
mtrn-r tn . v,iv,, wiv ,.t ..u. e ea.
,., tn v,,. tjii, ,..
v; ""';.' ' '". " ".r.V?
LaST. ii r1'74v "r" nQ BUlcnerM
rsHFirp Vifn iint.w. 7wi
. .Au LAMBS-Recelpts, 7,000
neaa. market, too to lno higher. Lambs,
iR(ya7 IVn- varllne-. aj HWJ. ftV ,,h
-7,v7ii: "li'WYn-r "IT'
leeaers, Yi.wii.w.
St. Loots Lira Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Julv 22. CATT1,H!-Tleoeinte
,w iieau. maraei, ajeaoy. native Bnip
ping and export steers, $7.10f!?iH.lO; dressed
beer and butcher steers, $6.00(37.75; stock
ers and feeders, $3.76'5.6S; cows and helf.
era, $360aZ7.16: canners. I2.60ft3.oti: bulla
$3.264j2.76; calves, $6.00(59.00; Texas and In-
aian steers, 44.0057. 40; cows and heifers
63.60(iT6.40.
JjZ.f-ly?:??. h.ta'1ark,tt ir,c
... - ii. nuu iiiiin, eo.OOV.U. ; pSCHCrfl,
vs.ioub.w. Dutcners ana Dest neavv. is.
8.86.
SHEEP AND LAMRS Reeelnts. lank... ...,...-u ,
h,.H Marker .lKn Mh m..i.
$3.604.80; lambs, $6.10fi.s6; culls and bucks!
.ovo.w; siocaers, aj.ouvj.ou.
St. Joseph Llvo Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 22. CATTLW-B.,
oelpts SoO, market steady; steers, $&.6Ui2j).iu
wiyw wi, .1,0.1 met r l o 1 j , bicoib, a o. Bvnyn, IV J
cows and heifers. $S.2&4i6.50: calvea ta.Ooiti
6-60. . '
HOQB Receipts 6,600 head, market strong
to 60 higher; top $8.60; bulk of sales, $8. 50
$-76.
SriKEP AND LAMBS Km.lr.l. 1 non I
head; lambs strong to loo higher; sheep
steady; lambs, $6.76?. 35.
a Aaea l.ek.-a B0 Tr .fT l V
took In SlKht.
Receipts ot live stock at tha five prlnol
pal western markets yesterday:
1 l0"' sheP:
i'iU! ''
South Omaha
St. Joseph .
Kansaa City
Ht. Louis ...
iWU I.trUU 1,0001
I.7u0 6,4o0 7,0M
4.800
4,000
Chicago
.. 2,600 11,000
..lloOO e7o0
"'Wl
Totals ...
OMAHA GENKRAIv. JUARKBT.
Stapla aad Fssty Prodnea Prices For-
nlsked by Bayers and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery. No. L delivered to
tne retail trade in l-io. cartons, too: No. L
I 111 In 30-lb. tubs, $0o No, 8, In 1-lb. tArtona
to; No 2, In 60-lb. tubs, S7c; packing
aa 1 stock, solid pack. 81o; dairy. In 60-1 b. tubs.
20 - aiarket cnanges every lussaay.
V,'lii.tt.siv-a wins, liWI young AmerlosA,
lc; daisy, 18c: triplets, ISc; llmberger.
A. a w. uu, uuiiui we owiaa, aw,
domestlo Swiss. 23oj block Swus, 22o,
1 L .. . V, , W.I.. , T .. . 1 .. . .... . ...... ......
1 ruuumi-uressea oroners. itoc; hens,
4 10 lie; cocks, 11 Ho; ducks, 18c; geese, loo; tur-
$ 70 keys, zoo; pigeons, per dos., 11.60; homer
S 10 squabs, per dos., $4-00; fancy squabs, per
1 40 dos., $8.60; No. 1. per doa, $3.00. Alive
4 no broilers, itseiso; hens, 12c; old roosters. 7c;
$ 80 old ducks, full feathered. Ho; young ducks,
2 75 16c; gsese, full feathered, 10c; turkeys, lsc;
guinea fowls, 20 each: pigeons, per doa.
i10"",1,, ao- squaba. No. 1.
PF doa, $1.60; NO. 1. per dOS., bWO.
1B" ,? ."f" r wn,t"
fish, ltc pike. 12c ; trout, l&o: large crane ea
la. mm 1 . 4 1,1. 1 . . . . , "
r Wo; tro'
No. 1 no, 410; mo. 1, 140; no. 8, to: No.
1 l.iln Ian. Nn 1 UU.H! M r a inu., v-
1 chuck, 8tto; No. t, 6V40; No.1, Ho; No. 1
round, lUcj No. 3, 8fce; No. 8. 8c; No. 1
plate. 6e; No. 3, 6fto; No. 8. 4a
FRUITS Orangest California Camella
brand rteaiua vaiencias. luu sise, per box,
$4 00; 126 slae, per box, $4.60; 160 else. $4 60:
176 ana smauer siaus, per box, $4 60. Ha-
rana Maaiterraneaa sweets, 800-214 slaea
per boa, $4.00. Lemons: L4monlera, extra!
fancy, $00-800 jtlses. $4.60; choice, 6UO-8M
k,,'VMiu, tui , -ii- uZrJ
.f '. .r ' . T! 1 - "vv.6 -
'Vw.gV.
1 ,w, . laaa: eiuiiaaL iiraiiu . ur nriT. a-r
box. Um; (tiuiiMi brand. Dr box. 7 -ft
lnADetviii Fancy lot, pi bun oh,
. A . . a. k. . . k. Alt fff.sl 1ST s ..
aVW juniuvi wuu-ii, ias. 1 tH4.4. 1 p. dTincapptttJj;
'XtfiP
. . . . TI Ti . J, w 7:: " ia. VaTr. .
a -""- . U.r. . ei in iii a ', X i
Plutnsi California,
"Jicil U:Di 1 Worn'
r.Hfi.,nPrUn,,:
jar V uaa. . a..v e a-. .a
pr AV-ID. UUa, ea.10. AUriVU
red. per 4-baskel crate. 41.
Per crate, ll.W. Peaohes! California,
10-1O. OOa. SOU. - a a, jauuw illH, par
I basket crate. tunoo. Pears: California
Bartletl. per oox, mis. watermelons;
Texas, 10 per 10. Dates; Alienor brand,
new, IS 1-iD. psgs. in dos. per dox, Z UU.
VEUIE l aollb-iriau ioiaios; . Wlscon-
s!n and native, per bu., DOc Cabbsiio: Nwv
California and southern, per lo., i-,o.
Onions: Texas cryetsi nax. p-r cists.
yellow. In sscks, per id.. 40. usinoi t.xirn
fancy, white, per lb., lie; red, per lb., loc.
Kattplani- fancy rioiioa, per uua., l..aij
2 wt. Tomatoes: Tennessee, per 4-baskuc
crate, 6l.lo. String and wax beam. lr
hamper, aoont lb lbs., 62.00; mat set ba
keta 76c. cucumbers; Hot house an I
home grown. I'er dot., 75c
HOMK-UROWN VEtJKTAHU:!) - Rnd.
Ishrs: Extra faney home-grown, per dos.
bunches, 20c. lettuce: Extra fancy laf, per
dos., 3oc Parsley : l er am. bunches, 4tc. As
paragus: I'cr aoa ouncnes, eu-uouc. tirern
onions: Per dos bunches, Sic Turnips:
Per mnrket bAskef. 40u. Carrots I'er mar
ket basket. bOu. fleets: rer maiket bas
ket, ioc. Urcen fvas: ter market basket,
$1.00.
Mlt4Cliil.l.AfS E.tJL'3 ainuis: uisck, P"r
lb.. 2r; California No. 1, per lb., 17c; (.'.
Ifornla Mo. 2, pr lb, 14c. Hlckoi ynuts:
Iarge, per lb., 4c; .".all, per lb., 6c. Cocoa
nuts; I'er sack, to 00; per flos., 65c
toffee Market.
NKW TORK, July 22.-COFFEE-Futurs
closed steady, net unchanged tn 6 points
lower. Closing hids. July, 6.8.V-; August.
g.AN.'; September ami Octolit-f, .i.'h';
November, f.Ooc; Uecember, 7.05c; Januuiy,
70.Sc; February, 7.10o; March, 7.1.V; April,
7.14c; May, 7.17c; June, 7.18c. Spot, easy;
Ulo No. 7. 8V-. Santos No. 4, vn. Aliid,
quiet; Cordova, 10ul:",c.
evr York Mlnlna gtocka.
NEW YORK. July 23 Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Alice
lMdvlll Ceo.
.. 6
.. 4
..100
..ISO
Brunswick Cos
Com. Tunnnl atovk. ,
So biinOa
Con, Cel. A Vs
Horn Sliver
Iron Sliver
o(lere4.
, 1
, 13
, 16
, 40
40
It
Little thief ..
Mexican
Ontarle
Ovktr
aiandare
Velloai Jacktt ..
Dry Ooads Market.
KT. IX1UI8, July 22. DRY 0001H Tha
cotton goods market was steady for the
day with further slight advances reported
In print cloth yarn convertibles. Buyers
sre moving conservatively and requesis
from prompt shipment of everything due
are coming in. Men's wear and spring dress -
goods are being opened at !
i- prices for
tne season.
Cotton Mar
NKW TOOItK, July s:
Closed quiet; middling u
dllng gulf. lt!.2oo; suh-s li
closed very steady. 4J1
15.P3c: August, 15.20c; :
October, 13.10c; November
12 92c; Jsnuary. 12.i7c;
. f TON-Spot,
, 16.0.1c; mld
ules. Future!
bids: July,
,'itiber. 18.73c;
He; December,
ruary, 12.8(c;
March, 12.9:c; May, 12.97c
Exports and 1 in purls.
NEW TORK. July 22,-Imnorts of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port ot New
York for the weak ending July 16 were
valued at tl6.701.2o:t Imports of specie for
the week were fc.zT)9 silver and 61,828.247
gold. Exports of specie for the week wera
tl.267.09S sliver and 6740 gold.
Waol Market.
ST. LOUIS, July . WOOLr-Unchanged;
territory and western mediums. WQ22e;
fine mediums. 16l7o; fine. 134.11c.
ONE OF THE LUCKY SMITHS
Lonls D. Drops Mis Mop In St. Louis
and Takes Roll In -New
York.
From the humble berth of a sweeper oa
a St. Louis ferryboat to a position of com
parative wealth is a climb seldom achieved
In a long struggle with adversity, yet that
Is the measure of good fortune that hog
come to Louis D. Smith, a resident of an
obsoure section ot St. Louis county, Mis
souri. By a court decree he soon will get
tt share of the property left by hlB unole.
Andrew J. Smith of New York and Nvack.
I ' '
a fmou" tawyer Quarter century ago,
Andrew J.. Smith was Identified with the
Tweed ring In New York politics. He In
herited the bulk of the estate of - his
father, Hugh Smith, and died a bachelor
at Nyack In 1908, leaving $400,000 In money
and real estate.
Ignored In his will by his uncle, who
knew htm merely as a poor relation living
In a distant city, Louis V. Smith has waged
a bitter legal contest in New York and
Rockland counties for almost two yeara
lie will get about $30,000 after legal formali
ties have been gone through.
When Andrew J. Smith died at Nvack
aalv nV.IMs.At. n as A.A Vs 4 V. ..
I . "
uarueu enuui, nis heirs, ignoring ixiuis,
son of another brother, Peter. Loula
oinilll
Smith was Informed of his uncle's death
mi
l legal formality. Being too
poor to afford the expense of tha trip from
St, Louis to New York, he was not present
at the reading of the will, but he quickly
learned that he had not been mentioned
In it.
Believing himself entitled to a share ol
tha eartate. Smith laft hlu broom t tha
- farrv houaa una duv two
years ago and
tailed on a St Loula lawyer, taking a copy
the will. The lawyer gave Smith Utile
o..oourageinent at the outset beyond com
municating with Btrouse t Strauss, law
yers, of 281 Broadway, this city. Alexan-
lr Strouse examined the will of
Hugh
Smith, from whom Andrew J. Smith had
inherited Us property, and there found a
. "" i a cuiueei.
Hugh Smith, who died in Brooklyn In
1838, provided that property on Eaat Broad
way and Division street should go to tha
heirs of his son, Peter, father of tha St.
flllla .lulm.nl In naaa. K4. ...... A
I , ... tun wii, Alllliew,
haft n imu. inn.u, amiih mi .. ...
I i.v w... vjM 1. . . .
' -" a-ouis anu
George. George also was a resident ot
I Ht I.onla hut ha Aiu ruA n..i..i...ij
twenty years ago and has never been
found. The legal presumption Is that he- Is
dead. If hla death la legally determined
Loula will Inherit nis share.
Iu April of last year Strouse began suits
bo'0" Juatica Clreenbaum in the New York
I miDinnu court anil .
"iii'sew
01 itooniavaa county to oompol a legal con
I struotloii of tha wills of Iliuh
f Umlrh Til. suit r , Lr. n A a.a
. , I -w.-.-m. suw aA 4AVeV-Wl
;,77( wits to deteriiUua whether Loula Smith wtui
entitled to a sltara of tha Nyack properly
inherited by two of tha six children of
waruett tmiitn, who died prior to their
unole.
Both courts have Just decldod that by
Uils heretofore Ignored provision of tha
will of tha grandfather, whom ha nevef
saw, Louis D. Smith la entitled to a con
siderable share of tha Smith fortune). New
York World. 4
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Tho Faa.Ur
Res tha family!
Ah, yes. It Is. Indeed, a lai-ee and hannv
family.
What la tha family doing?
The family Is talking tosethef In cnnaM.
erabla heat, it sounds much Ilka quarrel
ing. What do they tay?
They are calling each other names, uml
accusing each other of Insincerity and other
insn crimes ana mtsaemeanors.
Are the accusations true?
Oh, no. Indeed.
Then why does the famllv do the. a
things?
Because thry love one another.
What a beautiful Idea! And doea the
f.x'iov. VhetsirvoVid
In the same way?
Oh. no. Indeed. Outside tha hiunm n u.
family Its members are varv tx.Mta ind
gentle and clrounutpect and considerate and
amiable.
The family would not dare to talk to
anyone else In the same way that they
talk to each other. Other people simply
would not submit to It. ,
It must be delightful to be 4iirrnnnt
by those you love.
Yes. It Is a great relief when your tern.
per chafea vou and clamors f..r ,n.r.n.
r ' r .ta
rj 1
w I
Knew Ha Woald Not Stray Par.
'Y?" c'TTm'?..'-:. noldlng...rv-
I l tne onurcn in a utile town in Mains
1 suuaieu up near tne t:anadlan line.
At the
close of his sermon he offered to pray fur
any relatives of those present who might
b" ,n ''nt 'nrt- na ', lankv lum-
per barman rose in the rear of ths
Chlirrh a.l
requested praver for his brother who had
oeen missing ior ovsr two weeks.
"I don't knw Just where my brother is,
fiarton," he tin tad, "but I don't believe that
t'e worth while to pray any further aoutli
V,a Uu ,..r.a " k'a- -V.l. tr.,
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