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    EWE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 27, 1910.
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CRAIXASDMODUM IttllliET
Less Winter Wheat Being Moved
with Lack of Demand.
VALUES AEE WORKING LOWEE
torn Market la Mow and Valaes
Were Forreil Below Thursday,
W hrn Buyers Took All
Olferiass.
extra i-horts, $14 37; clear ribs, $14 374;
o iort clears, 114
1 Ol'L'l II V tjuiei; chickens, 12V; springs.
Id-; turkeys, l.f3c; ducks, 1kiIc; geese,
The movement
iinn mildly,
OMAHA. Aug. 26. 1910.
of wlnttr wnt-at la ue-
tut mere la still a luck
of domestic ol foreign demand Hi relieve
' the already accumulated elocaa ai pi unary
put Nb.
Values Hie working steadily lower owing
to s lack hi any snap In the cash market.
i'lx-ilicuoii of kill, i.K lru.it did not mater
ialise, temperatures all through me west
being fruni tj In ti degrees warmer than yes
terday and the advance' was lost.
V heat waa fan ly n.uuy, raimlng nar
row a.-M unchanged. Foreign marliets were
ome firmer and local trade wan better.
Cash houses readily took the hlKher o.
lenngs, as country acceptances were
light.
1 he corn market wbm alow, and values
were forced below yesterday, when buyers
took oferings readily on the prospects ot
fiout. Offeiings today were moderate, but
found tree buyers and sold lo under yes
terday. Primary wheat receipts were 1,174.000 bu.
and shlpmenta were 646.000 bu., againat re
ceipts laat year of 613,000 bu. and auipments
of HIT.OOO bu.
1'rlmary corn receipt were 608,000 bu. and
snipmenn were SHH.ouO bu., againat receipts
last year of V7.000 bu. and shipments of
414.000 bu.
Clearances were 4,000 bu. of corn, 15.000
bu. of oata and wheat and flour equal to
141.000 bu.
Liverpool cloned i higher on wheat and
lower on corn.
Ouiaha Cash Prlee-a.
WHEAT No. 2 hard Turkey, 99cS-$1.0OH;
No. 2 hard semi-dark yellow, 96ViU1mk: ; No,
t hard Turkey, UTy'.t8c; No. i hard semi-dark
yellow, HO'uaic; No. 4 hard, Wtrytic; No. 2
apriug, toVsHil.Oo; No. 3 spring, tfiattSc; No.
4 apring, b4'y'Jrxj.
COlt.N No. 2 white. 56Wr57c: No. 3 white,
&64fyutiHc; No. 4 white, b6WafAc; No. 2
yellow, ud&Mi'tc; No. 3 yellow, 56V44fMc;
No. 4 yehow, b&'n.55V2c; No. 2, 66eiS6Su; No.
2, iii'ubic; No. 4, 6Vui6c; no grade, 4ilMc.
OA I X No. 2 white, 83Va3-ltc; aUuidaJd,
33tiIVc; No. 3 white. ailVlM'i; No. 4
white, 31H'32c; No. 3 yellow, 32fe32V4e; No.
4 yellow, 31V932V-
BKLliV-.Su, 4, C0tJlc; No. 1 feed, BC
66c.
it YE-No. 2, 7677c; No. 3. 75&76c
larlot lterelpt.
Wheat Corn. Oata.
Chicago 135 229 872
Minneapolis , 371 ... ...
Omaha 12 82 6
Uu.uth t9
Hour, hhls.
u neat, bu.
orn, bu.
ats.
. Receipts. hblpment.
bu.
d.Hio
llVinio
M.miO
tw.ouO
44.K)
3,OW)
SEW YORK S roCIvS AND BUN Da
Market Makes Oea;ral Recovery from
Declines of Previous Day.
WKATIIKR IX TIIK GHAIV UKI.T
Prediction la
tare
INTERESTS STILL INACTIVE
for Warmer Tempera
for arday.
OMAHA. Aug. 2, 1910.
Tho cool wave continued eastward the
loot twenty-lour hours and a chaiiKe to
couier weather spread over .he middle and I
upper portions of tne Mississippi valley,
toe Ohio valiey and lake region, and lias
caused generally cooler weather over the ;
southern states. Tempernture are nlgher
this morning west of the Missouri river,
the rise being mo., decided In tne moun- I
tains and over the northwest, and least I
in the upper Missouri valley. Light frosts 1
occuireu In Colorado, the Dakotas and Mln- I
nesota, a:id temperatures below freezing
were again recorded in Wyoming. No irost .
occurred In Nebraska, as shown by our 1 e -
ports, and If they did occur they weie too
light to do any damage. Kalna were gen
eral within the last twenty-tour nours
the lake realon. the U.1I0 valley
tnrougnout me eastern and southern states,
and some heavy falls occurred In Ohio,
Indiana and Kentucky, and a fall of 1.42
inches occurred at New Orleans, la. An
aiea of high pressure overlies the central
valleys, and clear weather prevails
throughout the valleys and west, and the
weather will continue fair In this vicinity
tonight and Saturday, with warmer Satur
day.
Temperature and precipitation as com
pared with the laat three years:
1910. 1909. 1908. 1907.
Minimum temperature ... 63 73 61 W
Precipitation 00 .00 . 26 T
Normal temperature for today, 73 degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March 1,
14.33 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period lnv 1909,
2.67 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period In 1908,
0.16 of an Inch. L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster.
Cora aad Wheat Begloa Ballet I a.
For Omaha, Neb., tor the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m., 75th meridian time,
Friday, August 26, 1910:
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp. Raln-
fUations. Max.
Dank Clearings Throusbout Country
Hon t'ontlnaed hrlnUne nier
Iram Rally In London, Tilth
Later Buying; at Home.
v ; 'V YORK. Aug. 2. On the smallest
Overturn in business this week today's
........ . rhi t n.auc a general recovery fiom
I the declines of yesterday, whf.i rumors of
frost m the northwest precipitated a gen
eral selling movement. These rumors were
I dispelled today and the decline In corn op
Itlons resulted In a strong recovery.
The chsrscter of the trading, however,
together with Its more than ordinarily
I narrow range, render serious discussion un-
un.i neceFary. 1 ne mmieniiai interests con-
!.. I .1.1- , I A I . I . . 1 . .. I . I. -
.uiuni ineii pooiy vi inni iivii,, nnu itv
marilpulatlon for the rise In certain stocks
whs so obvious as to work Its own defeat.
Americans rallied In the DondTm market
and there was later buying here, foreign
exchange here ruled easier.
Bank clearings In the aggregate all over
the country show a continued shrinkage,
the loss for the week being over 20 per cent,
compared with last year. The reduced vol
ume of clearings Is again chiefly due to
the marked falling off In this city, while
Chicago, Pittsburg, Cleveland. Baltimore,
Kansas City and San Francisco all report
Increases.
The bond market was steady. Total sales,
par value, 1763,000.
Number of salea and leading quotations
on stocks today were:
salsa, mm. Liow. i.i(
silver dollars of 1, t3.ri93.nof: nllver cer
tifioBtes nutslsndlng, t4-.vt.oiiO. tieneral
fund: Standard sliver dollars In scnernl
fund. ."..1n4.347: current liabilities, !, I7N.M3,
working balance In treasury offices, $iW.6.V.
!U. In hanks to credit of treasurer of the
I'rnt. d States. $.-J4.'.2R; subsidiary silver
coin, t3u.GOi,3IO; minor coin. Jti.io.f.Vi; total
balance In general fund. 1H.".7:2U.3!.I.
RK.rOliT OF TIIK M, i: IUNU HOI SB
Tranaartlons of the Aaaoelated Baaka
for the Week.
NEW YORK. Aug. 25 Rradstreets
I bank clearing report for the week
lending August 25 shows an attgregate of
I 32.470.n4O.oi4. as against t2.rKl7.923.tiO0 lst week
ana s.'.tnm.DiFi .upi in ine correspoiHiins ween
lust year. The following is a list of tho
cities:
Ashland. Neb
Auburn, Neb
Broken How Neb.
Columbus, Neb...
Culbertson, Neb..
fFalrbury, Neb...
Fairmont, Neb. .
(Jr. Island, Neb
69
70
73
69
VI
70
65
CHICAGO GRAIN AMD PROVISIONS
Features of the. Trading; and Cloalna;
Prices 011 Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. 26 The wheat market
was easy all day, sagging to a close 'i'c
down. Corn fell away sharply, relieved from
the fear of immediate frost damage, finish
ing (ulVtc off. Oats felt the drag of the
Weak corn market and also sagged Wuc,
while an unimportant trade In provisions
left them generally unchanged In price.
The wheat pit was unimpressive, with no
marked bearish or bullish stimulus. The
lump In corn, the reverse of yesterday's
performance, when shorts rushed to cover
on tears of Immediate frost damage, took
the strain off the bulls and fluctuations
were comparatively narrow, wltii a down
ward tenuency. Receipts here and In the
northwest were large. The close waa easy
all around with September tafro to He
down at 9x74c, after having moved bietween
tMtc'and UHVie. December cloaed H to Ww
Ho off at (1.U3H-
Shorts who hastened to cover their lines
of corn yesterday when frost was ex
pected resold today when higher tempera
tures were reported from the growing fields.
L'ountry oilenngs were limited and cash
corn was (&le lower. No. 2 yellow sold at
II U'tl&Wc. The close was weak, with Sep
temoer IVic off at 6oftc. December closed
V'ulo down, at 58c.
Oats were affected by the weakness in
corn, but fell away less sharply. Cash oats
declined VtfViO and September was heavy.
1 he close was weak and near the bottom
with September Ho off at 34t4C December
slosed a off at 3tHc.
Pork finished 2Vfcc up to 10c .down; lard
was unchanged to 6c down and ribs 2hiVdc
up. Closing prices for the September prod
ucts were: Pork, t21.02V, 10c down;; lard,
U1.97H, unchanged, and ribs, S1Z26, 60 up.
iliu .eadirig luturea ranged ac Jollows;
Articles. I Open. High. Low. Close. Yea"y.
Wheat I I
9V4(99
Bept,
Jec.
May
01 .1
Sept
Deo.
May
Oats
Sept. Dec,
May
JOrk
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
L.nrd
Sopt,
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Ribs
)ept.
Oct.
Jan.
l l-89e
llW
o'!i(U'S
60VtHI
I I
1 u.iv
1 09
61
3im
40
I I
9RHI WAWSiB
l otwt 1 oavkiios-H
108VmlIVi-HllO1-W
Mln. fall. SkT.
47 .CO CUar
43 .00 Clear
37 . 00 Clear
42 .00 Clear
45 .00 Clear
42 .00 Clear
42 .00 Clear
40 .00 Clear
42 .00 Clear
43 .V0 Clear
42 .00 Clear
41 .00 Clear
53 .00 Clear
44 ."0 I'letr
45 . .00 Clear
42 .00 Clear
41 .00 Clear
89 .00 Clear
44 .00 Clear
CITI ES.
Clearings. I Inc. Dec.
Hattlngton. Neb. K8
Hastings, Neb.... 75
Holdrege. Neb.... 8
Oakdale, Neb 65
Omaha. Neb 66
Tekamuh, Neb.... 6
Alta. Ia 68
Carroll, Ia 62
Clarinda. Ia 51
Sibley, Ia 67
Sioux City, Ia... 66
(Not Included In averages.
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGE.
No. of Temp Raln
District. Stations. Max. Mln. fall.
Columbus, O..
Louisville. Ky
Indianapolis, Ind.. 12
Chicago, III
St. Louis, Mo.,
lies Moines. Ia
Minneapolis. Minn. 30
Kansas City, Mo.
Omaha, Neb 13
Clear weather prevails throughout the
corn and wheat region this morning. Rains
were general over the corn belt east of
the Mississippi river during Thursday, and
were excessive at points in Ohio, Indiana
and Kentucky. One inch fell at Clrclevllle
and Somerset. O. ; Indianapolis, Ind., had
1.30 inches; Bardstown, Ky., 2.00; Mount
Sterling. Ky., 1.40 Inches, and Williams
burg, Ky., 1.00 inch. The cool wave has
spread over the entire corn and wheat
region east of the Missouri river. Tem
peratures have risen west of the river.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
17 S 52 .60
19 SI! 63 .60
12 12 50 . 60
26 7tl 46 .50
13 78 50 . 40
14 68 44 .00
30 68 40 .00
24 72 40 .00
13 68 42 .f0
1
x 6tHf 61
391
3 IV
Ma
39
37'A
40H
I 21 10 21 10 I 20 97H 21 02V4 21 12H
2-J 66 20 7W 20 60 20 20 70
18 40 I 18 62J 18 36 18 50 18 50
I I I I I
11 92HI 12 00 I 11 93HI U 7H 11 87V,
UN I II ( 11 V-"rl 11 W(Vs
11 60 I 11 fa I 11 4'iWl 11 46
10 66 I 10 66 10 60 I 10 66
li 10 J 12 27HI 12
11 6i4 11 70 I 11
9 62Vil 9 67Vi
10
90
67V4
13 26
11 70
9 67V4I
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of the Day on Vkrloaa
Commodities.
NEW TORK, Aug. 26.-FLOUR-Steady,
nominally lower; apring patents, t5.6tNuiu.8u;
winter straights, M-40iJi4.80; winter patents,
t4.7643.10; spring clears, t4.36ttf4.60; winter
extras, No. 1, t3.753.90; winter extras,
No. 2, f2.6O33.50; Kansas straights, H.mt
6.10; receipts, 2,424 bbls.; shipments, 9,4.-0
bbls. Rye flour, steady; fair to good, f4.lt)
&4.80; choice to fancy, t4. 354. 46.
CORN MAL Steady; fine white and yel
low, tl.66ul.tiu; coarse, tL6o&1.65; kiln dried,
t3.60.
WHEAT Spot market, easy; No. S red,
northern, tl.to and 1.07i4 f. o. to. afloat; newt
No. 1. Duluth, tl -224 t. o. b. to arrive. After
an easy opening the market rallied on cov
ering, and closed steady at Voc net de
cline. September closed SLOS; December,
tl.10; May, tl-UVa.
CORN Spot market, weak; No. 2, 70V4c
elevator, domestlo basis to arrive. The
future market was without transactions,
closing nominally net lower. Sep
tember closed t8tc; December closed 660.
OATS Spot market, oareiy steady: new
standard white, 39c; new No. 3 white, 39 Vic;
No. 3. 39c; No. 4, 38Hc Futures were more
active and Hteady, closing unchanged.
December. 42(842V,c; closed, ic.
HAY Firm: prime, u.ioi.a jno.
1. tl l01.16; No. 2, 81.0691.10; No. 8, tl-00.
11 97V,
11 60
10 66
13 20
11 66
9 66
No. .
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOCK-Easy ; winter patents, t4.466.16;
straights, 4.15j?S.00; spring straights, t6.(Xij)
l-li; bakers, t3.66&6.40.
RYE No. 2, 74c.
WARLKY Feed or mixing, 65ig68o; fair to
tholce malting, 6472Vc
8EKDS Flax, No. 1 southwestern, t3-36;
No. 1 northwestern, 82.48. Timothy, Vi.Wa
126. Clover, tl3.60.
PROVISIONS Pork, mess, per bbl 82160
621.76. Lard, per 100 lbs., tU74, 8hort
ribs, sides (loose), tll.fciHti'U.UW; short
clear sides (boxed), tlt-'&M'UfcO.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 141.UU0 bu. Kxports for the week,
as shown by Bradstreet's, were equal to
1,294,000 bu. Primary recelpta were 1.174,000
bu., compared with 813,0u0 bu. the corres
ponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts tor tomorrow: Wheat,
117 cars; corn, 320 cars; oats, 304 cars; hogs,
W.OuO head.
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3 red,
K'Scfctl-OO1; No. 3 red, 9&HjSc; No. 3 hard,
fct'tctti ll.OT.: No. a h&rrf 6h994c: No. 1
rorlhern snrlnr. old. tl.20dil.22: No. 2
northern spring, tl.OMl'1.10; No. 8 spring,
tl.WHj'l.Otl. Corn: No. 2 cash, eific; No.
8 cash. aliftri'Viv N'o t while. lVfali2'c;
No. 3 while, 61Vio62c; No. 2 yellow, 61tf
C2'c: No. 3 veil,) KH-.v Oata: No. 2
cash, S2nmc: No. 2 white. S4u4t.Sc; No. 3
white, 81Cu32e; old. S3',vU34o; No. 4 white,
34u34'c: standard S4'-4i.Ulc.
BUTTER Steady ; treamertea, 24H29c;
dairies, 2.Vyi7c.
KOUd Steady; recelpta. T.670 cases; at
mark, cases included. 14Vs(tfl7Hc; firsts, 20c;
prime nrsis, Kc
CHEKSK Stea.1v: daisies. 16al6Ue: twins
IfiVjialaV; young Americas, lVit16c; long
horns lBtfteVtC.
I'OTATOhiS-Easy; choice to fancy, 76
ISc; fair to good, 73o76c.
POl'LTRY Steady; turkeys, 20c; chick
tns, 13o; springs, 16c.
VEA I, Steady; 60 to 0-pound weights, St
t'tc; 60 to Ha-Kund weights, 9tu9Vc; 86 to
liu Kiund weights, loioc.
Carlot Receipts Wheat. 136 cars; corn
22) cars; oats. 372 cars. Estimated Tumor
row Wheat, 117 cara; corn, 320 cars; oats,
sol cars.
state, oommou to choice.
American, 20(9
thirds. !Kr.2iK: ta.
I
steady; mess, 324.50
St. Loals Utneral Market.
ST. LOC1S, Aug. 26 WHEAT Futurea
lower; September, Wic; December, tl2'
dl uji. Cash, firm; track, No. 2 red, tl 00
ll.ti4; No. 2 hard. 97iiktl 08.
CORN Futurea, lower; September, 69V3
63c; December, 56Sc. Cash, lower; track.
No. 2. 60c: No. 2 white. 61-jt;ic.
OATS Futures, lower; September. SlTc;
December. 31'4c. Cash, lowtr; track, No.
t, S!c; No. 3 white, 34irr34Hc.
RYE I'nrhanged. 8O0.
FIl'R Quiet; red winter patenta 84 50
C39); extra fancy and straight, tt 131 70;
iiard winter clears, 83. 3nfi 3 M),
HKFIV-Tlmothv, 5.2friH 26.
CORNMF.A I-J.S5.
BRAN Weak; sacked east track. 97ciS
tt 00.
HAT Quiet; timothy, tl4 0062000; prairie.
l? 0nnt4 50.
BAOOINO 8VjC.
KOOS-Hlsrher. e.
HKMP TWISB-ilV. .
Bl'TTKR Firm ; creamery. tfiifiSOc.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; lobhlnr.
t?2 W. l ard, blither: prime Kteam, til 7W
11 Dry aalt meats, unchanwed; boxed
extra short. 1 7; clear rlba. tlt s7:
abort clvara, tU 1I'. Bacon, sn-ady; boxtd
HOPS Quiet;
1909, 2022c.
HIDLS Quiet; contrai
21c; Bogota, 21tf22o.
LEATHER Steady; hemlock firsts.
tiki; seconds, 21(f)i24c;
jects. 17!g'19o.
PROVISIONS Pork,
T25o0: family. t24.oOQl2S.00: short clears.
t22.50y 24.50. Beef, firm; mess, t"-00lfi.50;
family, flii.w&w.w) teet nam. ji.wz.uu.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14
ih . ti5.25Dl8.uu: oicKien nams. ii.uuctio .00.
Lard, steady; middle west prime, tl2.1012.20;
refined, firm; continent, siz-su; boutn
America. t!3.2&; compound, tlo.76all.OO.
TALLOW Quiet; prime city, hhds., THcj
country, IWVito.
CHEESE Unsettled; state whole milk.
srmo.ial. 16(oil7Vc; state whole molk, fancy,
uVic; state wnoie miiK. prime, ii'jy
HVc; State wnoie 1110 n, iir 10 soou, ungi
U'bc; state whole milk, common, 1uq
ltcl skims, full to special. 208 13c
niTTTEK Unsettled: creamery specials.
3112'f32c; extras, 80V431c; third to first. 24
d nearby hennery, wblte, zuzia: state.
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery, gathered
uhita. 25n29c: state, Pennsylvania and
nearby hennery brown. 37629c; state, Penn
sylvania and nearby hennery gathered
brown, 2527c; fresh gathered extra flrat,
24fa25c: first. 22 .Be; second, 2021o.
I'OL W HI Alive, sieuy; western
nrinirs. 16Wc: fowls. 14Vilic; turkeys, 10(h)
Uc. Dressed, steady; western broilers, 170
20c; fowls, iaigl6Vc; turkeys, imic.
Kansas Cltr Grain and Provlelone.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 2. WHEAT Un
changed : No. t hard. 9t.'4cftl.02; No. t, 7c
.11.01: No. 2 red. tl.OOtU Ol; No. 8, 98c.
Close: September, 7o bid; December, 9S7c
bid: May, tl.04t,&1.04 aellers.
CORN Seotember. 5SVC bid; December,
B-Vd'ttc sellern; May, 5Sc sellers. Cash, Vc
lower: No. I mixed. 69"c; No. S mixed, 59
it,fi9ic-. No. 2 white. OOK-c: No. 3. 60Uc
0A"TS Unchanged to lo lower; No. 2
white, 334c; No. 2 mixed. 33i34c.
rye-No. 2. 80ii3c.
HAY Unchanged; choice timothy, 314 50
J1ROO! choice nralrle. ti2.0frl2.25.
BUTTER-Creamery, 29c; firsts, 27c; sec
onds. 25c: Dacklng stock, 22o
EOQS Extras. 23c; firsts, 20c; seconds.
in. n- nnrrent recelnts. ?0c.
Receipts Shlpm'ts.
Wheat, bu 14J.000 141.000
Corn, bu Si.OgO 31.000
Oats, bu '.0U0 6.0U0
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 26-WHEAT-dull
No. 2 red weatern winter, no stock; futurea,
quiet: October, i ti?a; uecemoer, is ia,
March, 7s 8 VI.
CORN Spot, firm: old American mixed
6s; September. 4s 9d; October, 4s lSd
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, Aug. 28. CORN Lower; No. 1
white. 60c: No. 8 yellow, Wri No. t yellow
59V.c: No. 8, 69Hc; No. 4. 684c; no grade.
OATS-Steady; No. I white. S3Hf33c;
No. t white, J2W2c; No. 4 white, 3ivc
Mil wanker Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Aug St. WHEAT No. 1
northern, tl UViM 18: No. 3 northern, tl 128
1.14; December, 81.03.
OATS 35c.
BARLEY Samplea, SSQ'Uc.
Allls-nitlmers ptd
Amalgamated Copper
American Airrlcultural ...
American bet Sugar
American Can
American C. A F
American rVitinn OH
American H. I pfd....
Am. Ica Becurttiea
American Llnaeed
American LrfieomotlTa ....
American 8. K
Am. 8. R. pfd
Am. Steel Foundries
Am. Sugar Refining
American T. A T
American Tobacco pfd
American Woolen
Anaconda Mining Co
Atchlaon
Atchlaon pfd
Atlantic Coaat Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Jlethlehem Steel
Dnooktyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Paclflo
Central Leather
Ontral Leather pfd
Central of New Jersey....
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago Great Weatern....
C. 0. W. pfd
Chicago A N. W
C. M. A Bt. P
C, C, C. A St. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Southern
Consolidated Gas
Corn Products
Delaware A Hudeon
Denver A Rio Grande.....
D. A R. O. pfd
Distillers' Securities
Brie ,
Brie lat pfd
Brie 3d pfd
General Etectrlo
Great Northern pfd...
Great Northern Ore ctfa.
Illinois Central
Interborough Met.
Int. Met. pfd
International Harvester
Int. Marine pfd
International Paper
International Pump
Iowa Oentral
Kansas Cltr So
K. C. 80. pfd
Laclede Gas
Loulavllle A Nashville...
Minn. A St. Louie..
M., St. P. A 8. S. M....
M., K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd
Missouri Pacific
National Biscuit
National Lead
NT. R. K. ( M. 2d pfd..
New York Central
N. Y., O. A W
Norfolk A Weatern.......
North American
Northern Paclflo
Paclflo Mail
Pennsylvania
People'a Gaa
p.. C, C. A 8t. L
Plttburg Coal
Preeaed- Steel Car. .......
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Sprint
Reading
KeDuBiio steel
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Island Co
Rock Ialand Co. pfd
St. L. A 8, F. td ptd....
St. Louis 8. W
St. L. 8. W. pfd
Sloss-Shefflald 8. A I....
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway
Bo. Railway pfd
Tennessee Copper
Texas A Pacific
T St. L. A W
T., St. L. A W. pfd
I'nhm Paclflo
Union Pacific pfd
United States Realty.....
t'nlted Btatea Rubber....
United States Steel
U. S. Steel pfd
Utah Cooper
Va.-Carolina Chemical ..
Wabash
Wabaeh pfd
Western Maryland
Weatlnghoue Blectrlo ..
Weatern Union
Wheeling A L. B
t.o
100
100
2"0
soo
300
soo
7.400
64H
14
4
41
3o4
424a
94
H
47
1
84T
7
100 133 133I4
JO0
500
T.too
300
700
!00
1,700
SOO
700
100
4,00
100
1,000
500
2V4
40
9
104T,
74
180
SS
104
'isii
so
23 Vt
4S
StUj
104'ul
2
:am
lss
S24
104
Aiti
so
23
46tt
4,
42
34
8'4
V
1
U
It
It
44
e
41
111,4
135t
1
2n
t
71
99 V4
I118
1"4
2S
744
1W
New York
Chicago
Huston
Philadelphia
Ht. Louis
Kansas City
Pittsburg
Han Francisco
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Minneapolis
New Orleans
Cleveland
Detroit
i.niaha
Los Angeles
I-oulsvlJIe
Mllwauee
I Seattle
rt. paui
Buffalo
Denver
Indianapolis
Atlanta
Providence
Portland, Ore
Memphis
Richmond
Fort Worth
Salt Lake City
Washington
St. Joseph
Columbus
Albany
Tacoma ..."
Savannah
Spokane
Toledo
Rochester
Nashville
Hartford
Des Moines
Peoria
Norfolk
New Haven
Sioux City ,.
Wichita
Grand Rapids
Syracuse
Augusta, Ga
Birmingham
82 Springfield, Mass..
6,100 11W 118V
2,HO0
100
100
"soo
100
(00
100
400
200
100
soo
1,100
100
700
100
soo
100
500
"too
100
100
I soo
400
800
4
100
8,400
't'.SOO
500
100
130H
' 1344
leovi
''
S7
2tVi
143
124V
bi
129
ITVt
48
6
12
1344
1
'
tl
S4H
14S
123V
M
12V
IT
4V
V
10144
HJ
t4V4
127 H
. 81V
"ivi
10 V
51 V
SO V4
111
40
HH
84
114 V
iiavi
106 V4
8 V
iJU 34
100
142
24V
137 V
81 V
"iiv,
108 V
611
110V
SV
6V
48 H
112
127
104
MV
W.400
100
4.100
200
400
141
SO
80
40
1S
80
'so"
3
11.400
500
2"0
4U0
"'soo
200
. 87,800
! " ioo
100
ft.)
TOO
too
, 1,000
800
700
100
600
SOO
600
113
28
52
24
'ii
4K
186
'70
34
lit
4M4
67
17
S
44
68
1
6
Total sales lor the day, 830,800 aha
112
88
61
24
'22
48
14
'70
84
8
116
45
6
17
84
44
67
6
104
208
78
Wl
21
46
14J
118
78
29
53
130
13
140
29
69 V4
7
2o
1
80
143
124
54
12
17
47
6
lo
10
38
16
tl
62
101
14V
23
186
!
61
52
10
0
0
111
40
M
8
113
26
12
105
M
18
39.
158
81
140
80
1
8-
6
S
24
66
68
118
28
61
84
2
22
48
1
1
70
8S
115
45
67
1
S
44
68
t
Va...
C...
Del.
:tl.419.3Sl.pno.
241.33J.UIV: .
l-M.5Xi.0O0' .
K'3 170 omw.
W.1S1 0H0
45.PM.0tX!
4i..l2.0CH
44.574.(k
2fi,21.0n
lli.7S9.ntX)
1S,2;5.000
13.237.tHiO
16.92. 000
14.4,14,000)
14.387,0O0
15.0R4.000I
10,322.0001
12.0ti9.000 1
10.8i2,000
9.600.000
8.042.000
8.3o2.00t)
8.452,000
6.797.O0(W
.6,289.000
7.908,000 1
8,32,0O0
6.131.000
4. 175,000
6.184.0IX)
6,2S0,O0O
6.125.000!
6. 482,000
6.026.0001
fi, 635.0001
F.931,000
8.724,(XWI
3.356,000
2.856.000
8.691.000
8.099.000i
8.226.0001
2,745,0001
2.335.000
2,186,0001
2 311.0001
S.090,000
2.241.000
2.3O2.000
1.S67.0OO
1.960,000
1,719.000
1,955 000
1.6U.U00
2.566.000
2.224.0001
1,818,000
1,719,000
1,958,000
1,238,000
1.601.0001
lOtl.OOiH
1.036.000!
1,663.0001
1.227.000
1.104.000
1.198.00i
1.079.000
1,291.000
1.209.000!
1.061 000,
762,000
717.000
1,193,000
726,000
857,uM
618,000
867,000
767,000!
960,000
540,000
696,000
845,000
948.000
959,000
756,000
759,000
792.000
699.00W
6O2.O0OI
546.000
440,000
465,000
872.000I
272,000
253.000
653,000
499.000
814,000
354.O001
278,000
8,872,0001
2.101.0001
25,900.000
13,811,0001
749,0001
4.1.
S.l...
ti.OI...
30.8'...
LSI.
27.4
6.3
0.4
12.
38. 81
3.1
16.2
18.6'
7.51
14.4
1.4
22.6
"!3
'21.4
21.4
29.6
6.2
30.0
16.5
0.8
12.9
I
9.8
10.8
7.0
1.3
28.1
2.8
40.5
21.7
24.1'
9.51
23.0
8.1
62.9
41.9
29.4
'10.7
43.51
18.6
6.6
16.01
27.9
47.8
8.0
8.4
12.2
"s.'a
16.9
18.6
27.9
"i'.i
"i'.s
"i'.i
16.J
24.7
0
0.6
'solo
23.6
16.2
10.0
I
4.8
32.8
66.7
8.6
26.3
'ii'9
36.41
8.6
8.7
4.1
r.i
7.6
"6".8
4.8
6.3
11.0
'ti'.i
21.9
10.3
7.0
11.
'6.0
Kvanavllle
Dayton
Oakland
Oklahoma
Jackson vlllo, Fla
Portland. Me ,
Worcester
Little Rock
Knoxvllle
Wheeling. W.
Charleston, S
Chattanooga
Llncola
Wilmington,
Mobile
Topeka
Davenport
Wllkeabarre ,
Kalamazoo
Fall River
Cedar Rapids
Sacramento
New Bedford .....
Springfield, 111....
Macon
Youngstown
,Fort Wayne
HHena
Vargo, N. D
Columbia, S. C...
Akron
Canton, O
Lexington
Erie, Pa
Sioux Falls
Rockford .'.
Qulncy
Bloomtngton
Springfield, O....
Chester, Pa
South Bend, Ind.
Lowell
Blnghamton
Jackson, Miss....
Decatur, Ill..,.i..
Mansfield, O
Fremont, Neb....
Vlcksburg. Miss.,
Jacksonville, 111.
Dulutn
Scranton. Pa
"Houston
Galveston
York. Pa
Not included In totals because compari'
sons are incomplete. "Not Included In
totals because containing other items than
clearings.
Loadoa Cloalna; Stocks.
LONDON, Aug. 26. American securities
opened quiet and slightly higher today.
Later the market advanced unaer tne ieaa
of Atchison and the Paclflo stocks. At
noon prices ranged from unchanged to a
point higher than yesterday's New York
closing.
Closing quotations on blocks were:
Consols, money .. 80 16-18 LoaltTtlle A N 146
SI M., II. At
4 N. Y. Central 118
6 Norfolk A W
2.2
"7!:
41.7..
18.2 .
1.9 .
152.8
3.7 ,
20.5 .
0.61.
'ii.il
miklUi Mi JARivET
Ron of Cattle Light, at Usual on a j
Friday. !
HOGS ARE STEADY 10 TEN LOWER I
So .Material 4 hange la Valaea for
Sheep or l.amba, Prices Remain
ing; About Steady, with
These of Thursday.
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 25. 1910.
Receipts were: Cattle, ling Sheep.
Olficlal Monnav i'.4.s. ::.l 3.7;li
Official Tuesday 7,072 6.530
urricial edn. sday ti.elJ i 6 i
Official Thursday 2.i7j 5.''S7
Estimate Friday V90 o.'i'V
87.005 j
IH. u-'" i
2l,2lI
II. ltij
l :.'.. 2
.5.4 4
ic,h r
6.,2:u
4d. ::!'.
I...2i2
Fl t 60 8 81 " :s
(,t . . t ... 8 M " H I'"1 ' '
...'...SH4 ... 6 m ht V 4'" 8 li
i.s ...-.sit r ".1 J ' 8 U
S...!....271 l-'O 8 Ml :' -
i : ... iit 01 8 v.: . 0 '
26 n fj n n '
hi 1M 8'' 0 10 s' 4i 8 M
f" :7 fl 8 C . '
4 N 8 W 1ft v 8 '0
i 6 16 1 '
t: :l o a i'.s . l 'i
,vi 1:0 s ,r, i 1 fc"
83.' '.'. 120 8 8 U 1. I'1 vl
J :'76 d0 8 Ill
W 10 ... 8 ili t" SI'' '
4 JS4 80 8 j !'
C4 .2-8 0 8 6i .f 517 Sl 8 'J
6! .-6 U1 8 kl 1V9 1 '
M 14 I0 8 ti 2 1 ... 8 vs
4:1 tvl 40 8 6."i 67 -S ' . 8 84
10 174 ... 8 65 1 ... 8 I
HO 24 40 8 6i 1.7 2.,,1 ... )
t.9 2VJ 200 . :'8 . "I
49 170 ... 8 6 2 1"i6 ... l")
a;i tM ... 6 f.J Si L"i 10
6 ..K5 ... 8 (ti if ... 1
a :so ... is ;; ... 'o
4 261 80 8 65 :2I 40 W
Five days this eek....28.'i02 3.1.71'.'
Same uays last Heck . . . .2 i.85i 2,9''
Samedas2 eckn ago. .23,i73 M.. i2
Same days A weeKs aeo. .27.118 3h9ti
Same Uays 4 weens ngo..22 1-H 4).M'
Same days last year ao,975 JO.10
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, nogs and sheep at South oinana for
the yeur to uate, as tomiiared with las:
year: iio 19.41. inc. Dec
Cattle 657.027 59S.311 68,716
Hogs 1,42.1.958 1.6. 6X0 241, ti'2
Sheep l,153,92i l9.57b 214"62
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs at (south Omaha for lha laat
several daya, with comparisons:
.jpi;i ol s.ix'P and
miip.e ii.ui:::ul tins
m init cry ae'ive
Ki,tiuiiy nscrioctl to
Dates. I 1910. 1 1909. 1 1908. )lJv..; 1906. 1 1905. 1 1904.
Aug. 15...
Aug. 16...
Aug. 17...
Aug. 18...
Aug. 19...
Aug. 20...
Aug. 21..,
Aug. ti..
Aug. 23...
Aug. 24...
Aug. 25..
Aug. 26...
8 161
8 21 7 C4
8 SO-v 7 67
8 24 7 72
8 2'lSi 7 64
8 3; 7 63
7 47
8 634,
661 7 63
8 63W 7 62
( 301
S 701
5 1.21
6 3
6 no I
6 65
32 5 61
8 7Hs. 7 71 6 34
8 67V 7 60! 6 381 6 77
6 44
411
6 31
6 371
6 39
6 721
6 741
6 83
6 hSi
6 901
N
6 m
i 95
6 9li
6 86
6 ttt
6 89
5 90 5 01
yi 5 w
5 Ml 4 98
6 94 1 4 99
6 891 5 111
. 6 13
64
6 Ml 5 01
6 92 16 03
0 921 6 04
5 M 6 13
6 22 6 31
Sundsy.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, for twenty-four
hours ending at S n m . vesterday:
RECEIPTS,
t . 1.- limits. Sheer. H'r's.
m. (S az. f
Wabash
Missouri Paclflo ....
Union Pacific
C. & N. W. (east)..
C. & N. W. (west)..
C. St P., M. & O....
C, H. & y. (east)..
C, B. & Q. (west)...
C, R. I. & P. (east)..
Illinois Central
C, O. W
Total receipts 31
DISPOSITION.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
1 6
1 4
1
4 18 87
1 13
13 4i .. 1
16
18 1..
9 14 4
1 13
6
4 1
31 143 43 1
(Omaha Packing Co.
swirt ana company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Cudahy, from St. P
Murphy Shippers...
Hill & Son
P. B. Lewis
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
McCreary & Carey
Inmer Bros
Lee Rothschild
Christy & Cllne
Other buyers
85
167
236
1S3
14
7
20
8
159
3
7
13
180
858
1,999
I.5.1O
1,910
1,733
1,4:
8i
S2
1,478
273
14.8
1.2
"li'.k
18.3
Blew York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 26. MONEY On call,
easy, lrjl4 per cent; ruling rate. i per
cent: closing bid, 14 per cent, offered at
lVj per cent. Time loans, quiet and steady;
60 days, 8guVi per eeni; m aays, ot 4
cent; six months, 4fc4i per cent,
STERLING E XC HANG Weaker, with
actual business in bankers' bills at 4.8a60
48385 for 60-day bills and at 14.8666 for de
mand. , ,
COMMEERCIAL BILL-4-oaB.ofc;.
SI LVER Bar, 62o; Mexican dollars, 44c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
steady.
Closing quotations on mraaa wu w.r
as follows: .
U. . ref. la, rg....I01 Int. Met. s
do coupon 101 lnt. M. at 4a.... 80
W. 8. 8a, reg 101 'Japan 4s
do coupon 101 do 4a 84
V. . 4s, rag 114 K. C. BO. let U.... U
Oo coupon 114 U 8. deb. 4s lal.. '
Allls-Chal. lat 6s.... 7 1.. N. unl. 4s 7
Am. Ag. ta 101 M. K. T. 1st 4s.. 8
Am. T. T. ct. 4s. ii do sen. 4s 84
Am. Tobacco 4s 78 14o. Paclflo 4a 77
40 4s 106 N. R. R. of M. 4s t
Armour A Co. 4s.. W c- ?'
n "ao aen. e wis
li N. T.. N. H. H.
108 ct. s MS
3 N. ft W. or. 4a 8
8 No. Paclflo 4s 100
81 do 8s 71
as. O. 8. U rfdf. 4s.... 2
81 Penn. ct. Sa 1916.. 80
106 do eon. 4e 108
, W41 Readme sen. 4a 88
121 8. L. ft 8. F. fi. 4s 80
Atchlaon sen,
do ev. 4e.
do ct. 6a
At. O. U 1st 4s..
Hal. ft Ohio 4s...
do S
do 8. W. a....
Brk. Tr. ct. 4....
On. ot Oa. 6a....
Cen. Leather 6s. ...
C. ol N. J. (. U..
Ches. ft Ohio 4s..
do ref. 6a
Chtcaco ft A. 2B.
C. B. ft Q. . 4a...
do sen. 4a
C. M. ft 8 P. g 8s l
C. R. I. ft P. c 4s. 72
lijOSa do sen. 6s...
82 8t. L. 8. W. e. a
70 do lat (old 4s....
) Beaboard A. U 4a..
8 80. Partllc col. 4a..
do ct. 4e....
do 1st ret.
86
. .2
. 80
. 80
. 7
. 81
.1IM
. 7
do rf(. 4s 88 So. Railway
Colo. Ind. 6a 74 do aen. 4s .
1VI0. Mid. 4a 8 Vnlun Paclflo 4s 100
C. A 8. r. ft e. 4a do ct. 4a 104
I porta of Merchandise.
NEW YORK, Aug. 26. Imports of merch
rndlse and dry gooda at the port' of New
York for the week ending August 20 were
valued at elo.171.lu6.
I), ft H. CT.
D. ft R. O. 4a
do ref. 6a
maimers' 6a
Brie p. 1. 4a
do sen. a
I do ct. 4a. eer. A...
do eertes B
Gen. Eieo. CT. 6a...
111. Cen. let ref. 4a
Bid. Offered.
Boston
BOSTON, Aug.
stacks weie as
Allouea
Atnal. Copper ,
A. t. U ft 8
Arlaona Cora
Atlantie
B. ft C, C. ft 8. !
Butte Coalition ...
Cat. ft Aliaona....,
Cal. ft Hecla
t'enleonlal
lpper Range C. C
F.ait Butte C. al...
Pranklln
Gkroux Cm
Oranbr Oon. ......
Greene Cananea ..
lale Royala Copper.
Kerr Lke
Lake Copper
ta aalle tapper
Miami Cotpee
Aaked. Tfi-dlT.
do lat ft ref. 4a..
84 V. 8. Rubber U. ...102
1 U. 8. Bteel 8d 6s.... 103
88 Va.-Caro. Chem. 6a. t
61 V4 Wabash lat 6a. 10.
do lat ft x. 4s (8
as Western Md. 4a
, 43 V W. Eler. ct. 6s... 83
138 Wia. Oentntl 4a 8
. W Mo. Pac. ct. 6a 84
Cloalaar Storks,
26. Closing Quotations on
follow?
.. 41 Mohawk
.. 4 N yala, Con
.. 26 Nlplaalni Mine ,
.. 14 North Butte ....
. . 6 North Laae
I. 18 Old Dominion ..
.. 18 Oeeeola
.. 60 Parrett 8. ft C.
..6f4 viulncy
IB Shannon
84 Superior
7 Superior ft B. M.
I"1. Superior P. C.
4 Tair.arers
SS V. 8. C. ft O ...
f V. 8. 8. R. ft M
20 do pfd
1 t'lah Con
86 Winona
10 WolTorlne
19
47
. 80
. 10
. 1
. 10
. 86
.1J0
. 13
. 47
. 7
. 11
. i
. S
. 48
. 23V
.121
Treaiary ttalenaent.
WASHINGTON, Aug. .-The condition
of the treaaury at the beginning of buaineas
today was as follows: Trust funds: Uold
coin, .tli.iMS; aUver dollars, tU,X;
do account
Amal. Copper
Anaconda
Atchlaon
do pfd
Baltimore ft Ohio..
Canadian Paclflo ..
Che, ft Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
C. M. ft St. P....
De Beers
Denver ft R. O....
do pfd
Erla
dn lat pfd
do Id pfd
Grand Trunk
Illinois Central
dn pfd 82
...103 Ontario ft W 41
.107 PennaylTanla SB'
.184 Rand Mlnea 8
. 74 Reading 71
. 28 Bo. Rallwa 88
.122 Bo. Railway pfd 64
. 17 80. Pacific U6
. S0 Union Pacific 169
. 71 do pfd 84
. 16 U. 8. Steel 70
. 41 do pfd 11
. 82 Wabash i 17
. 86 do ptd M
.131 Spanish 4a 82
SILVER Bar, steady at 24d per ounce.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills is 83V per cent; for three
months' bills, 3H83- Pr cent.
MONET 2H per cent.
Local Betearlttlea.
Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns,
Jr. 633 Omaha National nana nuiioing:
100
.. 9,020
Total 1.080 8.C50 13,930
CATTLE Receipts of cattle, as usual on
Friday, were very moderate, there being
hardly enough of any one kind In the
yards to attract very much attention or to
Intel est buyers to any great extent. Still,
tnere was a fair demand for a Friday, and
what few cattle there were for sale gen
erally changed bands without any notable
cnange being . made In prices. This was
true of all kinds, both killers and feeders.
ine demand this wees: his been In SDlen-
did condition. Receipts have been large.
not only here, but at all other market
points, but in spite of that fact the de
mand has been so good that values hnve
steadily worked upward. Up to the present
time beef steers are quoted around 15(Qv2tc
higher, with cows and heifers ail the way
from 10c to 26c hither, acuordlne to the
kind and quality. Feeders have been in
exceedingly good demand throughout the
week, and all desirable kinds are safely
25c higher. In fact, no one could ask for
a better market than has prevailed all
this week.
Quotations on native " cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, 17.2698.00; fair to good
beef steers, 80. 2647.26; common to fair beef
steers, tti.00w6.26; good to choice cornfed
grassers, $5.5o-&6.50; good to choice cows and
heifers, S4.5ftU-5.60; fair to good covs and
heifers, l.1.50ea4.60; common to fair aws and
heifers, $2.508.50; good to choice stockers
and feeders, $4.75i'i.O0; fair to good stockers
and feeders. S4.00rS4.75: common to fair
stockers and feedrs, J3.25O4.00; stock heifers,
S2.76&4.75;4, veal calves, S3.60iJ6.50; bulla.
stags, etc., S3 2.IU&.00.
Quotations on range cattle: Choice to
prime beeves. 8.006.76; good to choice
beeves, S5.40Dr6.00; fair to good beeves, $4.60
66.30; common to fair beeves, J2.7604.5O;
good to choice heifers, $4,253)6.00; good to
choice cows. S4.OOS4.65; fair to good Krades.
13.30(84.00; canners and cutters, S2.26ia3.26;
good to choice teeners, 4.9OS.60; fair to
good feeders. S4 S0'4.80; common to fair
breeders, S3.26gM.26.
Representative sales:
Alma, Neb. M. 6a
Beatrice creamery 1 piw
Cltr NaU Ban Bia. a. rmt
Crab Orchard. Neb.. 6a
Columbus. K.. at. a
Houstoa Water Oo. 4a. 144
Iowa Portland Cement let Mtg 8a....
Iowa Portland cemeni e. ee
Kansas O. ft T per eant pre
Kansas City R. ft U 6a, 181
Michigan State Tel. 6s, 1884
N. T. Central Una 4a. 1SU
Omaha Water Co. 6a, 1S44
Omaha Oaa, 117.
Omaha ft C. B. s. K. sia. per oeni
Omaha ft C. B. 8. R 6a, 1818
Pacific T. ft T. 6a. M87....
PanruylTanla Equip 4. 11
Union Stock Tarda. Bo. Omaha, ei-dlr
Rocky Mountain Fuel ,.
Wahaah Equip. . 1811
United Rr pfd. at. Louis
Qermso-American Coffee ,
New York Catrb Market.
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan at Hi
M
N
108
66
66
8
84
84
100
M
8
88
84
84
M
96
88
8
4
. 16
86
100
100
1
108
10
100
108
8
88
100
88
89
14
7
84
7
64
180
tt
Stock exchange.
street. Omaha:
Hay State Gaa
Butte Coalition
Cactus
Chtno
Chief Con
Fraction '
TaTla-Palr
Kir Central
Ely Con.
Franklin
Giroua
Gold field Oon.
Goldfleld Florence ..
Ooldfield Daiay
Greene Cananea ....
iryan. membera New York
S16 South Sixteenth
83 Inspiration ' 6
18 Laroee 4
1 Nevada Con 80
14 jsewDouee so
1 Ohm Copper 2
tu Kawbide coalition .100
1 Ray Central 2
86
2
Swift Fka-. Co 102
gears-Koebuck Co. ,.1M
10 Silver Pick
Superior ft P
6 Tonopah Mining
1 Trinity Cnppe ..
4 North Lake
T Bohemia
8
11
8
1
New York Mlalna Stocks
NEW YORK. Aug. 26.-Closlng quotations
on mining slocks were
Alice 176
Brunawlck Con 7
Com. Tunnel stock.. 24
do bonds 16
Con. Cal. ft Va 160
Horn BUrer 40
Iron Bllrer 160
LeadTtlle Con.
Little Chief ..
Meilcan
Ontario
Ophlr
Sundaxd
Tallow Jacket .
.. I
.. t
.140
..800
..160
.. 84
.. 68
Imports of Speele.
NEW YORK. Aug. 28. Imports of specie
for the port of New York for the week
ending today were $330,82 silver and 191 1,8)
gold.
Exports of specie from the port of New
York for the week ending today were
SM,tvi sliver, and 40U gold.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 26 COTTON Spot,
closed quiet; middling uplanda, 16.4or; mid'
dllng gulf, U.65c; aales, 7.700 bales. Futures
closed steady, closing bids: August, 16.54c
-September, 14 29c; October. 13.57c; N'ovem
bar, U.4c; December. 13 41V: January. l.l.4ie
February. 13.4ftc: March, 13.52c; May, 13.56c'
Jti. 13 54c; July. 13.53c.
BT. IL1S. Aug. 26. COTTON Dull ; mid
dling, ibc. Bales, none; recelpta, la? bales;
aaipments, ui oajes; stoca, ma caisa.
tsilKEl Model ale j
lainiis crt wltii an
morning, but Imimty
A hst m e of life was
eummoii quality ot t,ftrnie and '"' usual
week-end dulines tm.ong fi''!-':' imycrs
Steady prices Were inaililuiiit'd. however,
most of the sturr goin at iimnes little
different from thusc il srsiiiila..'. Chmi'J
fat lambs sold up its hii.-li us with
good kinds of sheep at and ahuve the $1.00
mark. The sale of teeter puns aiso II" j (i,rn.;lV ; fant y
lug around v."). lth feeder yearlings
quotable at J 5. lt4i .
Knr the tt'.pli llm fnr r.-.flilta are bV
far the heaie.t stneo tlie iieiilng of the
range season. Demand luis 1 tvn netle and
broad on most days, and Hie market has
held up splendidly throughout. The blij
end of the run came In leiJer flesh,
course, but feeder outlet l.os betn very
broad and is largely responsible for tne
healthy condition of trade, in a general j
way, current sales of hotli feeder and f:it
stock are Just about steady with those at
last week's close.
ytintHtions mi erass stock: oood to
choice lambs, $6.40di6.75; fair to good lambs,
o.5-nii.4o. leeder iambs. $6.00frfi.35; handy
n eight yearlings, S.'i.Otirj'a.oS; heavy ye.tr
llngs, $4.u0ru,i.0Q; feede. yeariinss. J."i.t0iio.3i,
good to choice wethers. $4.10.j4.10; fair to
good wethers. $3.75'(j4.1S' feeding wethers.
$3.8."4. 2: breeding ewes. $4.2iVii 4.76; feeding
ewes, $3.3Mr3.fir?; fat rwes, Jo.70'(4.15.
Representative sales:
No.
7 Idaho ewes
17 Idaho ewes, culls
108 Idnho lambs, feeders
505 Idaho lamhs, feeders
336 Idaho lambs, feeders
Ml Idaho lamhs, feeders
.i33 Idaho lambs, feeders
61 Idaho ewes
268 Idaho wethers, feeders....
Si8 Idaho yearlings, feeders...
151 Wyomlnr vearllngs, culls.
300 Kaho lambs
562 Idaho lambs
624 Idaho lambs
Vr) Idaho lamhs
o01 Idaho lambs, feeders
100 Idaho lambs, feeders
36 Idaho ewes
506 Utah lambs
334 Utnh lamhs. feeders
157 Utah yearlings
48 Utah ewes
74 Utah ewes, culls
23 I'tah ewp3 and bucks
90 I'tah ewes
14 Utah lamhs
63 western lambs
31 western ewes
10 western ewes, culls
10 western lambs, culls
78 Idaho yearlings, culls ....
42 Idaho lnmbs
137 Idaho ewes
810 Idaho lambs, feeders .....
100 Idaho wethers
96 Idaho wethers
165 Idaho ewes
Av. Pr.
.10 .4 1J
,-bl 0 00.
66 6 25
63 50
, 61 ,6 IS
,66 25
, K5 6 60
,111 4 20
,02 4 06
fW 6 15
iS 4 50
70 6 75
,70 6 75
,70 6 75
,65 6 75
, 55 35
.5" 6 35
,105 4 10
M 6 75
, 68 6 30
,96 4 75
,. 18 4 10
, 123 4 10
, 95 75
, 102 3 25
62 75
. . 6 6 25
..100 4 00
..102 SOO
,. 6S 6 00
.. W 6 15
,.68 6 50
..69 6 50
.. 5" 6 30
..125 4 50
..111 4 20
..96 3 60
JCe. At. Pr. Mfc. e. Pr.
4 MO 6 00 16 1125 7 li
t7 ....1040 8 60 1 11J7 7 20
46 1087 t 86
COWS.
S .....1038 1 0 87 7 145
T 787 I 86 I I0 0
1ft 607 I 00 10 91J I eg
1 861 S 00 t 888 S 65
884 8 OS 18 671 8 70
5 MS 8 10 1 844 8 80
4 800 8 80 10 104i 8 86
11 810 I 20 17 1008 4 00
7 814 I 80 . S 8a 4 26
S (6S S 40 1 1000 4 26
HEIFERS.
S 60 I 60 17 48 S 70
4 616 I 60 t 734 S 75
16 8X7 I 66 7 871 I 16
t 808 I 66 7 646 4 It
S 686 S 70 1 600 S 06
BULLS.
1 870 8 15 4 1287 S 60
460 86 1 1110 S 60
1..... 1140 8 86 1 H4t I (0
1 .. .11W I 40 1 1150 I 86
S 11 8 60 1 110 I 76
1 1658 S 60 '
CALVES.
4 800 S 60 S m 4 26
t 8 4 60 1 KO I 60
1 870 S 00 S 136 6 60
5 878 6 00 6 114 4 60
S 80S S 16 ' 1 170 4 60
188 6 60 1 160 4 60
1 154 4 00 1: 17S 4 88
COWS AND HEIFERS.
CHICAGO LIVE) 1 STOCK MARKET
Prices oat Cnltle and Hogra Steady
Sheep Strong;.
CHICAGO, Aug. 26i-4ATTLE necetpts,
2.600 head. Market steady; beeves, $4.03
8.40; Texas steers, $3.75g4.00; western steers,
$4.25(57.00; stockers and feeders. 4.10HW.i);
cows and heifers, $2.606.00; calves, $8.60&
100.
HOGS Receipts, 13,000 head. Market was
steady; light, $8.80i9.SO; mixed, $8.80fJ9.26;
heavv, $8.l5(fi.95: rough. S8.16Si-8.35: good to
choice heavy. $8.S538.95; Pg. $8.90S9.60; bulk
of sales, $8.56S.75. -
BHKi-r' AND LAMBS-Recelpts, 12,000
head. Market strong; natives $2.604.66;
westerns, $2.85; yearlings 4-6pW; lambs,
native, 6.0U--90; weBtorry S2.86igH.66.
St. I.onla Ltvo Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 26.-CATTLE-Recelpts
3,900 head, Including 1.200 Texans; market,
steady; native shipping and export steers,
S7.60W8.20: dressed beet and butcher steers,
$6 50a7.86.; steers under 1,000 pounds, $6.76
7.20; stockers and feeders. $3.26(85.20: cows
and heifers, $3.50f?7.00; canners, $2.75S.60;
bulls, $3.0iHrJu.50; calves, $5.504j8.00; Texas and
Indian steers, $l.254.50; cows and heifers,
$3.00i5.00;.
HOGS- Receipts, 4,500 head; market,
steady to strong; plge and lights, $8.50iJ9.60;
packers, $9.00&.26; butchers and bet heavy,
$D.0Wii9.3O. , A .
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.000
head; market, steady; native mutton. $4.00
4.35; lambs, $6.00iji6.76
Kunsns Cltr Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 26. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.600 head, including 1,000 head south
ems; market steady to weak; dressed beef
and export steers, eTS-oowo.-a; iht 10 euuu,
S4.654i6.40; western steers, $4.607.26; stock-
j tArm w,t mm 1 hern steers.
S3.904t5.25; southern cows, $2.904.25; native
cow 3, sjs.bb'gi.io; nauve neucir, v,
bulla. $3.154.00; calves, 14.008..
a.. E. UlkA-e V- l r lr UA IttH 1H ftfiii'ft RR ! hfUVV.
W IT4J lliajiiQ) iruin a --.i - er - - r
$8.$09.10; packers and butchers, $9.1O9.30;
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Recelpts, $.700
head; market steady; lambs, fH.MO i .w,
v...iini 14 751.5.75: wethers. S4.0U(u6.60:
ewes, $3.75(34.50; stockers and feeders, $2.76
(P&.40.
St. Joseoh Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Aug. 26. CATTLK Re
ceipts, 800 head; market, steady; steera.
$5.757.50; cows and heifers, $3.00(86.25;
calves, $4.05(8 8.00.
HOGS Receipts 4,000 head; market,
steady to 6o higher; top, JU.40; bulk ot
sales. $8.70&9.15.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.500
head; markekt, steady; lambs, $6.0037.00.
Stoek la light.
RecelDts of live stock at the five principal
western markets yesterday:
cattle, tiogs. eneep.
South Omaha 900 8.8O0 11.0U0
St. Joseph 800 4.000 1.500
Kansas City s.ow s,w e.iw
St. Louts 3,900 4,000 1,000
Chicago 2,500 13,000 12,000
10,600 32,200 29,200
IT..
18.'!
3 80
3 76
6 75
841 S 80
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
876 S 80 S 668 4 SS
418 8 86 1 460 4 15
664 8 76 . 10 830 ' 4 SO
604 S 80 6 624 6 04
706 4 10
WESTERNS NEBRASKA.
2 bulls 1270 3 40 6 steers.... 633
3 calves... Iffl 6 76 6 cows 970
6 heifers... 672 3 60
Nels and Atlo Pearson Neb.
49 feeders.. 1032 6 40
SOUTH DAKOTA.
6 steers.... 840 4 15 11 steers.... 660
6 steers.... 490 3 60
HOGS Excepting a few light hogs that
were purchased early, largaiy by shippers,
opening rounds proaucea very rew sales.
Selected light moved at quotably firm
prices from the start, best bacon grades
selling on this basis. Packers were slow In
entering the trade, however, and when their
buyers finally did appear in the. alleys, it
was in an errort to cneapen cost. Heat
bids were Just about 6(8 10u lower, good
mixed hoga claiming the least decline and
heavies the most. Movement was rather
quiet throughout, most of the morning
passing before the big end of a normal
supply had changed hands.
Heavy hogs moved around $8.50i&8 60, with
rough and extreme heavies at the low
figures. Good mixed medium weight
brought $8.70 or better and lights sold up
as high as S 10, which was also yester
day's top. Bulk ranged from $s.50 to $h.70.
as compared with yesterday's bulk of $3.65
68.76.
c'nia lrr bb!.. 4 op. Onions: eliow, lit
.a, ks Vcr lb.. 4c; Iowa, small, per lb.,
sue Ppanish, per nate. 41.iV. (Jarlic, Extra,
fai'cv white, lor lb.. 15c: led. per lb. IHo.
I pit IMant Kun. v Florida, per doi., $1.&0J
5,'tO? Celen : .Michigan, per doucn bunches,
i'io.MH GROWN Vi:r.i:TAHI.KS-Cnh-b,
ie New. per IK. 2'.sP. Tomatoes: Per
baket Mm T- Sl i-g anj Wax Beans:
j"r m'a-'krl !"il "t. c. cumbers: Per
market basket. -,o;,,..c iM.lishes: Kxtra
fan. v home-grow, per doren hunches, 20o.
I. tt lire: l-Min fa icy leiif. er doien. 45c.
,. ,)V. t.' 1-,,-v i ,.ni -v.i own per dosteri
l.m-.ches Stv. Turnips: Per market bssket,
: 1- marl; el basket, tvc. lleeta.-
i-,r t'nr-' Hi-Ittt. 4i'r. ,
! mi ! I.I. A M "i S -Wnlntite: llnikXper
i lb" iv." I'alirornla No. 1. per ll.. I c; H all-
f..Vna No. V. per lb., lie I licStory Juts:
I ,t.. 'ii , 4r; small, per lb.. 6c. Cocoa
'i uis: I'r Mick $ .ft': eer doie t, to. tlor.ar.
I No'. -4 ti anies. S t K. (
I Eiaiiorulcd Apples rtn! Urled . KrnKa,
NKVV tlHK. Aug. 2i;.-KVAPORATTI
'AiI'LKS AND 1'llIKH KRUJTS Market
Iniietlte, nnd p'lees me Meady i n the spot)
;fan.-y l tiuot.d at I"1 1 V lie: choice. fWf.c
ipiitne. S--iSe; eonuniii to folr. 6h74rv
! Prunes are In lietler di ikihhI mid prices ara
..i - ll.ri'lL frit
I . III. IjUlliailllllP III llt' I 'i . ,1'.
Califoitilii. up to 20-41. nnd Cji'l'-vc for Ore-i
8Tons. Al'tuiits nre firm on small stocks;
enure, lu'.-'in : j; extra i'hiuit, uv"' i i
fuller, I2'nl2'e. l'l-Ri-hex nre firm, with
smnll offetinga; lmic. 7e: extra choice,
lifiAic; fant. v. MiMy. lltlslns n-e firm,
'ltlt light to"l;; loos;- IllllJ-ClltelS are
quiet sit SVc5',c: cliolre lo fnncy seeded,
4v,-,v; seetlleFs, Ciilc; London layers
51.2 (i 1.26. . ..
Mc-lnl Market. "
NEW YORK. Aurr. MKT A I.S Stand
ard copper, firm but unlet; spot nnd fu
tures, $l2.:1Vn12.60. London firm: spot, tt
18s !d; futures. CV1 15s. Locally lake was)
quoted at $12.87'; 13 no; electrolytic, $12.CVi-
1.'.75. and cnstl'ig. $12.2j-;i 12.50. Tin firm an4
quiet; spot and futures. $a4.Rrtfii,25. Ixindott
v.as stroig; soot. 1';4 10; fiitures, H69 6s,
UHd, to.lll at' r't. -v, icw i urn, aim "i.ia
ifi4.3L East St. I. (nils, lxir.don. spot. 12 11
?J. t-'peiter, .iit'et nt 351(6.45, New York,
nrd JC. ?-;i4.(5.!::., Kirt Pt. Ionls. Iondon
spot. 22 l'Js (id. Im. In London. Cleveland
warrants. 4!s 7il. IhiiMv quiet; No. I
foundry, northern. $l'i.0O'n 16 ."0; No. 2, $16.60
ffilrtoo; No. 1 souther-ti nnd No. 1 southern
soft. $15.'5?1R.;5. .
' Tli-iul. Clenrlogs.
OMAHA, Aiht. '-'(. Bank clearing for to
day were J2.m4:w.li nt"! for the corre
sponding dale last year, $1402.675.73.
ANOTHER REVISION OF BIBLE
Some Facts About the err Work oa
Which American Scholars Am
1 KnunM'ed. !
Thirty eminent American scholars have
been meeting at Princeton university In
conference' over the text of a revised edl-,
tlon of the English Hlblo. They represent
the leading divinity schools and universities
of the. United Stutoa and Canada. Their
task does not look toward a translation,
but rather to a revision ut the authorized
version. For. 300 years the so-called King
James' edition huu held its primacy. lit
turn, it was bus.d on the Cov?rdale and
earlier translations. So far aVVoi-slble it
retained Coverdala's phraseology; but the
translators ' collectively brought literary
genius ot the highest order to bear upon
their task of giving' English expression to
the Hebrew scriptures and the Greek New
Testament.
If one will but ask a friend who reads
Hebrew fluently to repeat a psalm or a
passage from one of the prophets in the
ancient original tongue and .compare the
rhythm and sound with those of the au
thorized version he will be untaxed by the
singular correspondence of the two. Such,
fidelity in the rendering of the sense and
rhythm and the solemn muslo of the He
brew has proved Impossible In any lan
guage other than English. No doubt this
quality, has contributed to the unparalleled
influence of the English Biole on English
religion, character and literature. . It haa
done much to deprive the Hebrew scriptures
of alien . characteristics. The authorised
version is the great well of English undent
filed, a work of such Idiomatic vigor that It
stands unrivaled. J
The 300th anniversary of the authorised,
version Is to be celebrated next May. Th
occasion will be marked by the Issue of the
new edition revised by American and Eng-,
llsh scholars under the auspices of Oxford
university. This revision la purely literary.
While the English Bible haa been more In
fluential than anything else In giving fixltv
to the language, many changes in gram
matical usage and In the meaning of words
in common use have crept into the common
speech in three centuries. The scholars
now in conference have been at work on
conservative lines to make the language
ot the Bible conform to the usage of to
day. Where a word la used In a sense now ,
generally obsolete, it is to be replaced by
another word of unequivocal meaning.
Opinions will differ In regard to the de
sirability of any such revision, however
conservative it may be. Tuere are those
who will feel that the revisers are tamper
ing with the greatest monument of Eng
lish literature. The answer to this ia that
the other version will remain In the handa
of those who prefer It; that the Bible la
more than a literature, being the repository
of revealed religion, and that Its prtBUfr
pt.rpose la not literary gratification, but
ethical and spiritual teaching and improve-
...v.... .in iriiiiievij- jiuiyvie ia Dest servea
by employing language thoroughly "under
standed of the people," to employ an
archalo locution which would illustrate the
vi. vi nwiu euia yiiraae lo De revised.
It seems not to be forgotten that the
authorised version has undergone consider
able verbal revision since It waa first la
sued. The extent of this verbal revision la
known to scholars who have made com
parisons. Philadelphia Press.
No.
41
40
46
fS
46
66
el
S9
48
40
6S
68
80
66
65
41
60
43
64
46.
64.
61.
44.
AT.
...878
...StJ
...314
...322
...807
...JUJ
...2I8
...116
...248
...17
...84
...J87
...Ml
...8.14
...846
,..i6
...:7
...l4
.828
867
4U
Sh. r. No A. sn. Pr.
40 8 40 71 21 120 6 66
... 8 45 82 li4 10 Ili
140 8 60 43 J.o l 8 47l
60 6 W 40 tui ... 6 70
kO 8 & 67 ITS 60 4 70
1611 8 fy" U 2.18 80 8 70
K0 6 60 76 ilt 1.0 8 70
80 8 60 ii til 1.0 711
14) 6 Ut 6n 20 M I 70
HO 6 M 44 8i7 ... 81
40 8 U 15 rs ... 70
... 8 60 41' tsl 40 t 70
40 4 60 C J-76 1:4 70
160 8 60 67 2 el 4 70
... 6 60 74 Ml 200 8 74
40 8 64 41 iV.S 6 8 Til
60 6 65 66 !i"i 24i 8 76
... 8 66 4" v ... 8 75
. . 8 66 48 80 8 71
140 6 66 64 Ill ... 6 76
40 a 40 Tt 21 40 8 76
80 60 10 164 40 t H
6 $ 60 ta Set ... t IS
Totals
OUAHA. GENERAL H1BKET.
Staple aad Fancy Prodoee Prleee Par
alaaed br Bayers aad Wholesalers.
bUTTKi Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartons. He; No. 1.
in 30-lb. tubs. 31c; No. 2, in 1-lb. cartons,
30c; No. 2, in 0-lb. tubs, SHWi packing
stock, solid pack, 21 Vic; dairy, in Co-lb. tuba,
utdMc. Market changes every Tuesday.
CHEESli Twins, l&c; young America,
lSc; daisy, 18 Wc; triplets, lttVkc; Umberger,
ISc; No. 1 brick, lc; Imported Ewiss, 30c;
domestlo Swiss, 24c; block Hwiss, 22c.
POULTRY Uressvd broilers undar t lbs.,
17c; over 2 lbs., 20c; hens, 16c; cocks, 10c;
ducks, 16c; geeee, 15c; turkeys, 2Uc; pigeons,
per dux., S1.2o; homer squabs, per doi., $4.00;
fancy squabs, per dos., $.1.50; No. 1, per dos..
$3 00. Alive: Broilers, 14c; over t lbs., lie:
hens. 11c; old roosters, 6c; old ducks, full
feathered. Be; geese, full feathered, 10c;
turkeys, lire; guinea fowls, 20c each; pigeon,
per dos.. MX-; homers, per dos., $a.oo; squabs.
No. 1, per dos.. $1.50: No. 2. per dos.,' 60c.
FISH (all frosen) Pickerel, 12c; white
fish, 17c; pike, 15c; trout, 15c; large crap,
plea, 20c; BpanUh mackerel, ISc; eel, 18c;
haddock. 13c; llounders. 12c; green catfish,
Pic; buffalo, 8c; halibut, c; 'vhlte perch.
tc- bullheade, 16c: roe shad. $1.00 each, shad
roea, per pair. 60c; frog lega, per doa., SOc;
salmo". 16c.
BEEF CUT9-Rlbs: No. 1. i6c; N0. 1
13V4.C1 No. $. lVc. Loins: No. 1. 15c; No 1
14c; No . 11 Wc. Chuck: No. L 7c; No $.
ELfca- No. . u- Round: No. 1, 9c; No I
?; No. S. 7c. Plate: No. 1. 6Wc; No. 3, 440';
No 8. 44C
FRUlTtj-Oranges: Callrornla valencies
all slses. per box, $5.00ii5.26; ftlediteruanean
Bweets. tk size, S3.0u; 3J4 size, $J 50. Lemona:
Llmonleru, extra tuncy, no size, per box
$7.50; 360 size, per oox, ss.ou; choice, 3-4)
er UIIX. , jU;
fancy
lii.ii,.!.
$2.70-3.75. t antaiouptfc: Loiorudo iiuekv
Kurds, 54 size, S-l.Hi, 45 standards. : w.
Plums: Calilornl.4. red, per ioih -busket
crate. $l o5- Italian Blue Prunes: Per crate
$14ul.j0. I'eaehes: California, per :i-t
box $1.10; Colorado KllierLis. per 2J-ti
box. Il.l&'cil 26.- 1'ears: l aliforula llartlett.
per box. $3 0u; In lots, per box, $2.86; Oregon
and I'tah Flemish Heautiea, per box, $2.50;
In loU, per box, $2.40. Apples: Hom,
grown. In bbls.. $4.00y4.oO; new Oregon, in
boxes, $1.76. Urspes: California Malagas
per four-busket crate, $1.50. Watermelons1
Texas. l'-o per lb. Uatea. Anchor brand,
new, SO-lb. tjkgs. in boa, per boa, $2.00.
VEGETABLES New Potatoes. In ss-Ve.,
Lpr bu., 41.wwa.au, Bweei rotaioa; Ylr
alze
box.
tier no, ei.w,
iii alia, tier box. $T U0. Laiianna:
select, per bunch. $2.2f.&2.60; Jumbo.
STORM GUARD FOR ENGINEERS
New Wladow for Protectloa of Mm -at
Throttle and Its tiood
Points.
Learning from experience the danger
that beset the engineer of a locomotive
when, In a storm, he is unable to see the
track ahead through the front window of
his cab, a Dunkirk, New York, man ha
Invented a storm-guard which he claims
ia a solution of the problem.
There is no more exacting work than
that of the man at the throttle of a steaxn
locomotlve. On his vision depends the
safety of hundreds of lives.
At times it Is Impossible for human eyes
to see ahead on account of the weather.
An engineer is sealed in the engine cab,
looking out through an open space. By
the arrangement of the device, he la en
abled to look ahead without being sub
jected to the swift current of air and
smoke. Neither can cinders, rain nor snw
be driven into his face.
The principal part of the device consists
of the regular glass window of the cab and
another pane of glass somewhat shorter,
about six Inches in front of IL The sides
are Joined together and the bottom Is open,
A dtf lector, set at an angle, s placed
oer the opening at the top of the outer
glass, the lower end protruding between
the panes of glass.
In service, wind, rain, snow, hall, dirt
or objects of any kind In the air strike
the deflector and are thrown downward
between the panes of glass. When the.
er.glne is traveling at a good speed, nut
only is there a current of air downward
from the deflector, but there is a alight
draft out of the cab and down through
the panes. For extreme weather conditions.,
liu. re is a small hinged window whloa
comes down and Joins the Inner pane,
closing the opening. Condensation on tb
glass Is prevented by the current whio
rushes downward from the defle4torBgj
rc4 Man's MagaiUi.