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    THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 191 ...
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Advices and General Indications Are
Flattering for Wheat.
PRESSURE APPLIED TO CORN
Long Cora Was Pat on Market, frith
, Indications tf Progress Mar
H . ket U l" noble to Stand
. the StrlHng.
OMAHA. July 3. 1911
Advice and general indications are
flattering for the big wheat section on
both sides of the Canadian line. All fear
if any serious crop accident In that
quarter is now eliminated and selling
pressure will continue until liquidation
is more complete. Barring any oversold
spots where sharp rallies are likely, the
Keneral tendency of the market will be
l-j lower levels.
Selling pressure in corn was very pro
nounced. Long corn was put on the
market and with every indication of ex
cellent crop progress -m. market was
unable to stand the selling. However, any
radical change in the weather would
:nange the sentiment now prevailing.
Wheat was weak and solo Tower on
fine weather and crop, outlook In the
northwest Cash wheat ' was unchanged
to lower.
Corn was very weak and sold ssarply
lower. Liquidation of long cor started
in bearish weather and crop reports,
aah corn was c higher to lc lower.
Primary wheat receipts were :33,0U) bu.
and shipments were 235,000 bu., against
receipts last year of 894,000 bu. and ship
ments of 73UO06 bu.
Primary corn receipts were (03,000 bu.
. and shipments were 696,000 bu., against
receipt last year of 1,363,000 bu. and
shipments of 1. 126,000 bu.
Clearances were 21.000 bu. of corn, 222,000
bu. of oats and wheat, andf lour equal
to 135.00s bu. '
Liverpool closed Wfl lower to MA higher
on wheat and d to d higher on corn.
The following cash,, sales were reported:
Wheat-No. I hard. S cars, 11.06. No, I
hard: 1 car, $1.08. Oorn No. 2 white! 1
car, 76c; 1 car, ot 1 car, 75Hc; No. S
white: 1 car, TWfcc; 1 car, 7414c; 2 cars,
75c. No. 2 yellow: 3 cars, 7kc; 2 cars,
70c. No. 4 yellow: 2 cars. 67 "4c. -No. 2
mixed: 1 car, 70V4c; 2 cars, 70c; No. 4
mled: 1 car, 7Hc; 1 car, 6Mc; 1 car, 65c;
2 cars, 64Hc No grade: 1 car, 62c; 2 cars,
60c; 1 car, toe. Oats No. 3 white:
cars, 45c; 1 car, 44ftc.Ko. 4 white: 1 car,
44c, i car. 43c.
Omaha CaaH rrlres. '
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 1.061.07; No. 2
hard, L 04 1.06; No. 4 bard, Wc&1.03,
CORN-No. 2 white, 7SH76c; No. 2
white, 767M4o; o. 4 white, 67fl2c; No. 2
yellow, 7vtti8WKc; No. 2 yellow, 707OHo;
No. 4 yellow, 6767Hc; No. a, lOyjOfcc;
No. 3, iwmc; No. 4, tWWjc; no
grade, WJSUc.
OATS-No. 2 white, 4546Vc; standard,
3VS4ic; No. 2 white, 44t46c; No. 4
white; 43044c.
. bAKLfcir-Maltlng. 1.181.23; No. 1
feed, 60ft70o; heavy feed, KKtfSOc.
EVE No. 2, 0fc81c; No. t, 7980a. -"
Carlo! heceiats.
WhMt Corn DataVl
Chicago'.... ... 23 260 147
Minneapolis 108 ... ...
Omaha. 10 43 12
Duluth 1 ... ...
CHICAGO GRAIN: AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading- and Closing
Frloes on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 2.- Bains and Improved
wsather so improved the crop outlook
la the northwest today that wheat trad
ers naturally took the selling side. Clos
ing price varied from Ho lower to Ho
advance.
In oorn there was a net decline on lVt
lfco to lSiHo and for oats a fail of
ia to Ho. Provisions wound up more
costly by 2Ho to lgyfco.
Weakness In the wheat market was
hastened to some extent as a result of
the fact that tomorrow would be a holi
day. It was the extent and benefit of
the reins both sides of the Canadian
line, however, that counted more against
the bulls. July wheat proved an ex
ception to the general weakness and
showed a tendency to advance In con
sequence of buying supposed to be for
present large holders of asn grades.
September ranged from 21.02 to 21.03,
finishing steady Hli lower at tl.03tt
1.03. . "
Nearly perfect field conditions together
with the bearish crop estimates pulled
corn down. September fluctuated from
eo to 7Ho, closing 1ho net lower
at 6M46a. No. 2 yellow, 74tta
In the oats market, deferred months
touched the lowest prices yet reached for
the crop. Splendid weather had the pri
vate estimates of a big yield were re
sponsible. September ranger between
I7Ho and Sia with last sales at 37ftc, a
loss of o from last night
Pro visions were hoisted because of a
less bearish showing than expected In
regard to cut meats supplies at leading
centers. In the end pork stood logjoaviu
to Ufeo net higher with hud and baoon
ihifi to 7fco Increase in cost.
Futures raase as follows;
Article) Opn. jAlgh. low. Close. Yes y.
Wheat
July
Sept.
Iea.
Corn i
ri V
Mi,
Eept.
Deo.
May.
Oats
1 08HH
mmi
.7i7m
July,
Sept.
Inc..
May.
Fork-I
July
Sept.)
POt,.
Lsrd-
July.
Sept
Oct..
Bibs
July.
Kept.
Oat..
I
sit8l
18 80
12 80
10 62W
10 Iff h
10S2i
10 87H
10 90
1 07
103H
1
73V4
71ft
GJ
U
4SV4
tO'i
41
II 90
18 75
10 75
10
1108
10 40
10 GO
1CKV4
108
102
104
72V4
mi
ft I
44V 44H
27H
88 28
40ii 41Vi
1 07 1 MM
W4 108
li otiiHii m
0H
12 70
18 00
10 67
rrvs
10l
10 80(9
10 82U
10MV4
10 42V4
910 461
H2V
12 75
10 75
10 OS
U02U
,10 40
10 80
10 64
7l&
82Vi
45
284
m
18 20
18 72H
10 70
10 KM
U00
10S5
10 52Vi
10 44
PLOUK-Kssler; winter patents, 86.05
5.88; winter straights, 4.40tJ.li; spring
patents, 23.10Q6.50; spring straights, II W
O8.06; bakers, I3.8084.M. ' '
IITK-No. i, 73c
BARLKt-reed or mixing, BSfTOo; fair
to choice malting, 83ctW.10.
BffiED-Tlmothy, W.OOWio.oo, Clover, 114.00
tli'OO, '
PHOVISIONS-Mesi pork, I18.27HOH.50.
Iaid Ua Uerees), 810.75. Short ribs 7loose).
110,40, , "
Total elearanoes of whsat and flour
were quait, U5.000 bu. Primary reo.lpts
w.i?,00?k "uh'. compared with
l,W4,O09 bu, the corresponding day a year
ago. The world's visible supply, as shown
by Bradctreat's, deoreased 10,Ul,Ooo bu.
estimated feeelpts tor tomorrow! Wheat.
W.wTnaa W W Cr,; ho,
t'nltaao Cash )rieWlii: n0,
. red, l.7i.umi No, li fed, H,05Sil.07V
No. I hard, tl.O(!f)l,O04i No, I hard 8l!o4
ll,( No. t nurtlioiii. U.llssl.104 No. 8
tiurthern, tl.iitl.lji Nu. 8 noi-thern, 21.07
i.tl No. 2 spHng, 21.08wi.i2: No. 1
etri. I1.M4JLU; No. 4 spring, h.OOttUlP
velvet chaft, H.OOJl.U; durum, Jl.OtxoW
Corn; No. I, 72WrVci No. I whlu, 7SH
t?77o; No. 2 yellow, 7474Vio; No. 8, 71Vu
78fl78Veo No. 4, l468Ho; No. 4 white
tl78Wa; No. 4 yellow, &Ka72c Oau: No.
2 White. 4jJ00o; No. 2 white, 47guc
No. 4 white. 4tV48e; standard. 48Q49o.
. othyaeed, W.OufrU.OO. Clover seed, 214.00
CL'TTRR Steady; ereamerles, 23aac;
dairies, IIK4o. - - - .
Ky! No. a tJc. Barley. 6ictl.ia Tim-
K OO 3 Weak; receipts 20,108 cases; at
mark, cases included, 16Vsltic; ordinary
firsts, Ko; first. ITHo. T - .
CHEEaa Firm; daisies, 15ai6Kc
twins, 16l4e; young Americas,
15o; lohg horns, leVt15a.
POTAlES-WeakweBelpU. 26 cars,
jwwiJ2Ll,JW0l0J n,w' bar
reled, $17062.21
POULTRV-liagyj turkeys, 12c; chick
ens, Uc; springs, 2523c
VKAl-Steady, 8frUe.
Available Snpplies Grata,
NEW TORK. July t-Bpedai cable and
telegraph communications received by
Iiradstreef s show the following changes
in available supplies as compared with
the previous account: Available supply
Wheat, United States, east of Rockies.
Ccrased 1.C7.0M bushels; United Ststes
west of Rockies, decreased tM.000 bushels:
Canada, decreased t,700,uj bushels.
Total. United States and Canada, de
creased 4,521.000 bushels; sfloat for. and
in Europe, decreased 5,600.000 bushels;
total American and European suppiy, de
creased 10.121.000 bushels. Oorn. United
States and Canada, decreased 822,000 bush
els. Oats, United States and Canada, de
creased, 1,674,000 bushels. The leading de
creases reported this week follow: Mani
toba, 545,000 bushels; Uoderlch, 50,000 bushels.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of the Day on Various
Commodities.
NEW YORK. July s.-FLOUR-Easler;
spring patents. 8ri.60g5.80; winter straights,
84.9O&5.10; winter patents, 2a.25Ji5.60;
spring clears, 4.504.80; extra No. 1
winter. 84.20tfi4.40: extra No. ' 2 winter.
$4.004.15; Kansas straights, 85 0Of.10. Rye
riour quiet; rair to good, 4.0W4.w; cnoice
to fancy, 5.0o&5.0. ,
CORNMEAL Quiet; fine, white and yel
low. $i.7&L7o; coarse, $1.6o1.70; kiln
dried, 84.20.
BARLEY Quiet; malting, '21.1201.15, c.
I. f.. Buffalo.
WHEAT-Soot. market easy; No. 2
red. tl.WA. elevator, domestic basis and
export; $1.17 f. o. b. afloat to arrive;
.no. 1 northern Du uth. 11.20 f. o. b.
afloat Futures, market closed c to c
net lower. Julv. closed Sl.WA: September.
$1.08 11-16; December, $1.09Mi.
.,uitA spot, market weak: export.
8IH0 f. o. b. afloat.
OATS Spot, market easier: standard
white. 55Uc in elevator: No. 2. 56c: No.
3, fc'Ac; No. 4. 50c: natural white and
white clipped. 569c on track.
HAY Quiet ; prime, $150: No. 1. $1.45;
No. 2, $1.40; No. 8, $1.101.25,
HOPS Easy: utate. common to choice.
19U crop, ao-gasc; olo, 10&30o; Pacific coast.
mu crop, Wa38c; old, 1320c.
HIDES-Steady; Central American, 24Vc;
Bogota 22c.
LEATHER Firm ; hemlock firsts, 25
27c; seconds, 2426c; thirds, 2122c; re
jects, 15c.
PROVISIONS Pork. steady: mesa.
I20.50&21.00; family, $20.00021.00;
short clear, I29.2a'21.00. Beet, steauy;
fsmily, SlS.0uvu-lK.E4; ,beef hams, . 28.wkS.
31.00. Cut meats, dull: nick led bellies.
10 to 14 pounds, llllc; picklej
name, uwqw-m. t,ara, steuay; miaaie
west prime, $10.5510.66; refined, quiet;
continent, $11.20; South America, mw,
compouna, vs.swii.w.
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 10,540 boxes;
state, whole, milk new, white or colored,
16c; state, , whole, milk new, average
fancy, 146; skims, 3(4&1214c.
EGGS Firm; receipts, 19,4t3 cases; fresh
gathered extras, 2222Vfcc; fresh gathered
extra firsts. 2O30V4c; fresh gathered sec
onds, 1&WqIc; western gathered-whites,
22i23c.
BUTTERSteady; receipts, 12,825 tubs;
creamery extras, 2727Hc; creamery
firsts, 2532SVc; seconds, 2525c; thirds,
240 24 state dairy finest, 2626Hc; state
dairy good to prime, 24iQ)25c; state dairy
common to fair, 2223c; process, extras,
25c.
POULTRY Alive, Irregular; chickens,
broilers, western. 25c: fowls. 15c: turkevs.
18c; dressed, barely steady; western chick
ens, ma-ix; iowis, waisxs; turkeys, ltxiio.
St. Loots General Market.1
ST. LOUIS, Mo.,' July 2. WHEAT
cash, higher; track, No. 2 red, $1.15; No.
2 hard. $1.101.15.
CORN Lower; track, . No. 2, 7575V4c;
No. 2 white. iiOipOHc.
OATS Firm; track,? :io. 2, 4850c; No.
2 white, 64854Hc. ,
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT Low4r; July, $1.054; Septem
ber, $1.02')41.024.
CORN-Weak, July, 74c; September.
69WOC.
OATS-Lower; July, 34?c; September,
880. .
RYE Lower at 77c.
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents, $5.10
t?.20; fancy ad straight, $4.40(g)5.1O;
hard winter clears, I3.60to3.80. t
SEED Timothy, $10.00.
CORNMEAL $3.60.
BRAN Quiet $1.071.0.
HAY Firm; timothy, $18.0023.00; prai
rie, $13.0017.00. .
PROVISIONS-Pork, unchanged; job
bing $16.75. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam, $10.10fri0.16. Dry salt meats, Tin
changed. Bacon, unchanged. ,
POULTRY-Weak; chickens, 12c;
springs. 22i36o; turkeys; 14o; ducks, m
12V4e; . geese, 512c. ;
BUTTER Higher; creamery, 23S2c.
EQGS-Steady at 17c.
Receipts. Shipment.
FlOUr, DDIS. 5,700 8.600
Wheat, bu. ; 10,000 ' 15,1)00
Corn, bu,. Sl.OoO 37,000
vjaio, uu. 1,WV 37,000
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 3-WHEAT
Unchanged; No. 2 hard, $1.08011.12; No.
2, $1.06l.o; No.' 2 red, $1.0ViiXln.; No.
8, $1.0fi1.08H.
CORN-Market totlo 'ower; No. 2
mixed, 74n; No. 8, 72W?3c; No. 2 white.
7lc; No. 8, 7778c.
OATS-Steaay; No. 2 white, 638-54c;
No. 2 mlxd. 4960c. '
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT July, IW?4c; September, 7
7Hc; December, o.
CORN-July, 72H,i2c; September, 87o;
OAT-8eptember, WSVIq,
RYE 78c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, 215.00JJ
16.00; choice prairie, $13.5014.5O.
BUTTER-Creamery, 24; firsts, 22ttc:
seconds, XYc; packing stock, 20ttc.
EOGS-Extras. lSH; firsts, I7H
18c; seconds, 13VsC
. . . . Receipts. Shipment.
Wheat, bu. 25,000 6,000
Corn, bu. ,.. 20,000 49,000
Oats. bu. 6,000 4,000
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 2. WHEAT
July. $1.10; September, $1.08401.087,; De
cember, $1.044. cash: No. 1 hard, $1.12;
No. 1 northern, $1.121.12c; No. 2
northern, $X10V1.104c; No. 8 wheat $1.08
iii.ooc.
SEED Flax, $2.04Vi
BARLEY-45D6c. I
CORN No. 2 yellow. 72078c,
OAT8-N0. 2 white, 48MKJ. :
RYE No. 1 70c.
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $21.0021.6a
FLOUR First patenU. $5.4034.60; sec
ond patents, $5.106.85; first clears, $3.80
105; second clears. t2.70ff3.0O. ,
Liverpool Gralm Market.
LIVERPOOL, July t-WHE.T-Spo.
No. 2 red western winter, strong, 8s k4:
No. 2 Manitoba, 8s 2d; No. 2 Manitoba!
7s lid; futures, steady; July, 7s 7ftd; Oc
tober, 7s Mid; December. 11 Bd.
CORN Spot, r.rm; American mixed,
old. 6s lld; new American, kiln dried
Cs WStd; futures, steady; July, 6s 2d; bep.
Umber, 4s 10d.
Milwaukee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, July I. WHEAT No,
1 northern, $L161.1614; No. 2 northern,
81.10f 1.18; No. 2 hard winter. $1.07; July.
$1.07; September, $1,034.
CORN No. 2 yellow. 7474Hc; No. 8
white, 76Hc; No. 2, 72c; July, 72c; Sep
tember. 69c .
OATS-Standard, 48f49c.
BARLEY Malting. Ioc6$1.0.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA. July $.-CORN-lHio lower;
No. 2 yellow, 734o; No. 2 yellow, Tlo; No.
4 yellow.' 70o; No. 2 mixed. T80; No. 2
mixed, 71c; No. 4 mixed. 70o; sample, 65
tjJ7c.
OATS-Dull. 102o fewer; No. 2 white.
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OMAHA LIVEJIOCK MARKET
Desirable Kinds of Cattle Stronj,
Others Very Slow.
HOGS GENERALLY ABOUT STEADY
Very Moderate Ron of All Kinds of
Sheep and Lambs, with Average
taallty Poor, bat Feel
ing: Strong.
SOUTH OMAHA, July 8, 1912.
Recelnta , i-ain. Hnn. Sheen
Official Monday ....... 3,562 ' 8,25 6.073
umciai iuesaay 3,252 lfc.sao 4,i
Estimate Wednesday .. 6u0 13,800 1,350
Three days this week 7.414 40,760 11,241
Same days last week..ll,W0 39,988 11,53
Same days 2 w'ks. ago. 7,101 22,107 6.422
Same days 3 w'ks. ago. 7.589 46,391 16,545
Same days 4 w'ks. ago. 7,88 30,966 13,973
Same days last year... 7,618 15,477 3,590
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to dato as compared with
last yoar:
1912. 1911. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 431 390 R01.201 69.711
Hogs 1,883,354 1,412,239 471,115
cheep (W,212 772,145 136,067
The following table shows the range of
prices for hosts at South Omaha for
the last few dsys, with compariosns:
Date. I 1912. 19U.19l0.1109.19fi8.1907. 1906.
June 24.
June 25.
June 26.
June 27.
July 28,
June 29.
June 30.
Juiy 1.
July 2.,
July 3.
ST. ANDREWS' SCHOOL
FOR BOYS
'''.'' OMAHA
ronrth Tew Begins September IT, lili
Small nil sas a. Individual Attention.
kv. r. d. rrm,
Kansas' 8383. S848 tSnarles Bt,
Pstrnn: The Rlsht Rev ' A 11. win.
lama, s. x. u.. mahop 01 Nobrabka, .
7 461 ( 141
1
7 30
7 80
7 33,
7 34 I
24! 7 40 6 921 5 83
261 7 ' 5 87 5 8 6 :
12 I 7 581
141 131
i 6 0B 9 7 64
6 18 8 99 7 621
6 80 1 02 7 561
7 28?kl 6 38! 8 9U 7 dl 6 tol
7 19 I I 8 791 7 631 5 971 6 841 6 48
1 6 46) 7 67 16 061 5 76) 6 48
5 83! 6 831 39
6 8t 6 82 ( 42
I 0 Mil 6 44
6 Ml 6 921 6 47
(44
, 9i 5 921 1
I 03) I 1
i tol 6 941
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours ending at 3
o'clock yesterday: -
RECEIPTS-CARS.
Cattle. H'gs. Sheep. H'r'a.
C, M. & St P
Wabash
Missouri Pacific.
Union Pacfltc
C. & N. WV east
C. A N'. W., went
C, St. P. M. & 0
u., . et y., east
C, B. A Q west... 7
C, R. I. A P., east ..
c- K. I. & P.. west ..
Illinois Central .... 1
c. a. w
7
1
2
40
14
69
10
6
29
13
1
2
1
Total receipts... 29 195 10
DISPOSITION HEAD.
Cattle.
Omaha Packing Co.... 237
Swift and Company.... 123
Cudahy Packing Co.... 189
Armour A Co 92
Schwarts & Co
Murphy
Benton, Vansant & L. 18
Hill & Son U
F. B. Lewis 23
J. B. Root l Co 4
J. H. Bulla 11
Werthelmer A Degen.. 84
Krebs 27
Other buyers , 259
Hogs.
2,189
3.140
6,004
1,200
195
2,336
Sheep.
. 363
643
803
870
(21
Totals ....,.'.,..1,028 14,064 2,200
CATTLE Cattle receipts were light to
day, there not being enough all told to
make any showing on the market. In
fact, there were only a few scattering
loads of any one kind of cattle, with odds
and ends predominating.
While there were hardly enough cattle
here to make a market or to Interest
buyers, still packers seemed to want a
few and were out In the yards In gool
season in the morning, with the result
that desirable killers, cows and heifers
as well as beef steers commanded steady
to strong prices. While there were no
choice cornfeds here to make a top there
were cattle good enough to bring $8.73,
with hay fed Mon tanas at $7.15. Inferior
and common grades were, as a mattar uf
course, slow sellers.
There were only a few scattering loads
of stock cattle and feeders In sight, but
the feeling was about steady with yesterday.-
. ' :
For the week It is safe to quote the
best dry lot beef cattle as fully steady, or
in other words as high as thoy have been
any time this year. Strictly dry lot cows
and heifers could be also quoted fully
steady, although there is practically
nothing of that kind coming. On the
other hand the medium to pretty good
kinds of killing cattle of all kinds are
safely 2535c lower than the close of
last week. Medium to common kinds of
cows and nelfers. both killers and stock
era, have suffered severely during the
last week or ten days and It might be
well for the country to thoroughly un
derstand that cattle of that description
are in many cases right at $LO0 lower
than at the extreme high time.
The general run of stock steers and
medium grades of feeders are fully 76c(f
$1.00 lower than the high time.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef steers. I8.40ig9.28; fair to good beef
steers, $7.0$8.40; common to fair beet
steers, $6.007.90; good to choice heifers,
$6,000)7.26; good to choice cows, $5.266.25;
fair to good cows, $4.250&25; common to
fair cows, $2.604.26; good to choice stock
ers and feeders, $5.004.60; fair to good
stockers and feeders, $4.606.0Q; common
to fair stockers and feeders, 23.7SQi4.50;
stock cows and heifers, $3.6005.00; veal
calves, $4.6067.75; bulls, stags, tc, 14.0)
0650.
Representative sales 1
BESr STEERS.
Ma , A, ri. Me. A. Pr.
U Ill 104 M fa
M Ill t 74 1I.M. MM m
U lit f St 1 MU ?
U Wl! 74 U MM lf
8TUD2R AND HBUTttRfl.
$ t4 I II 14 , tit I 09
COVv a,
I Ill I 04 t Ml 4 M
U M I M II tstl I M
U M I 41
4..... Ml I 10
I........... M0 I M
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l" 240 I 25 1 124 1 25
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l" 140 6 60 1 240 7 50
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I 600 4 24 7 Ill 8 10
4 650 4 40 7.... 634 6 60
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Henry Stabler, Montana.
50 steers.. ..1069 7 15
HOGS The market opened this morning
with the general feeling weak a.id first
sales were anywhere from a I'.tUe lower
to as much as 6c lower in i.oii extrcti'e
cases. To put it another way, the market
opened about where it left off yestuay,
which was a little lower than yesterday's
general market. Later on as advices
frnm niher selling points became more
encouraging the market strengthened up.
becoming tuny steady wun yesieraa o
est time, or a little higher man yes
terday's general market. Later on, after
the more urgent oraers were imea, rt
eased off again, closing slow and a little
lower. After due allowance Is made for
the high and low spots during the day
the market as a whole might be described
as just about steady with yesterday's
general market. Thus the bulk of the
hogs sold at 87.15&7.25, with right good
butcher weights as high as $7.30. As was
the case yesterday the best light and
butcher weight hogs were more souguc
after than were heavy bogs and sold to
better advantage.
The caution given the country recently
In these columns to the effect tnat weight
no longer determines tue price, but rather
the quality still holds good. Heavy hogs
even of good quality, no longer command
a premium, as has been the case for sev
eral months back, while rough heavy
hogs sell at a decided disadvantage as
compared with lighter weights. At. the
same time It must be understood that the
demand Is for light and butcher weights,
while common lights are also neglected.
Representative sales:
No. At. Stt. Pr. No. At. Sh. Ft.
27 141 40 7 00 M 244 160 7 20
194 200 7 00 66 214 (US
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"it 201 ... 7 16 70 240 80 7 20
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60 812 ... 7 15 M 241 2O0 7 20
II 212 160 7 IS 71 230 80 7 20
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18 1W 120 7 15 M 282 40 7 20
64 200 120 7 16 73 206 240 7 20
i 237 800 7 II 42 258 100 7 20
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SHEEP There were really not enough
sheep and lambs at the .yards this morn
ing to make a good test of values, as
only nine cars, or 1,500 head, were re
ported in. This is, however, about 400
head more than a week ago, but 1.200
head less than for the corresponding day
a year ago. Unlike yesterday and the
day before, quality of today's supply was
not very good. A little over half of the
receipts were westerns, consisting of
three cars of Idaho spring iambs, two
loads of spring lambs from Oregon and
a car of mixed stuff from Idaho. The
rest of the shipments were from the
corn belt, Including three cars of ewes
and spring lambs and one load of spring
lambs.
As of late, buyers were out fairly early,
but there was so little real good stuff on
the market that trade was slow. Packers
were not very anxious for the kind of
stuff here and It was some little. time
before a clearance was made. Most sales
men called the general market no better
than steady to strong, there being very
little if any change in prices.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good
spring lambs. I7.008.25: fat range year
lings, 25.256.60; fat range wethers, $4.50
44.85; fat ranse enes. 23.75f4.00.
Representative sales:
No.
i) native ewes
M spring lambs
CO spring lambs; culls....
128 shorn ewes '
15 shorn ewes, culls.....
84 spring lambs
68 spring lambs.,.
Av.
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.. 67
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CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Sheep anil Hogs Are Steady
to Higher.
CHICAGO, July 3. CATTLE Receipts,
9,000 head. Market steady to 10c higher;
beeves, $5.709.70; Texas steers, $5.80
7.40; western steers, tti.25f7.70; stockers
and feeders, 24.00fi8.55; cows and heifers,
li.70fxS.30; calves. 25.50(g8.35.
HOGS-Receipts, 20.000 head. Market
for best 5c higher, others 5c off; light.
$7.007.50; mixed. 7.007.50; heavy, I6.90Q
7.50; rough, $6.857.10; pigs, $5.25U.SS;
bulk of sales, 27.207.45.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10,000
head. Market steady to 15c higher; na
tive, 13.00(05.25; western, 23.256.25; year
lings, 24.256.60; native lambs, I4.0frg7.76:
western, 24.507.75.
St. Lonls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 3.-CATTLE-Recelpts.
3,600 head, Including 1,900 Texans. Mar
ket strong; native shipping and export
steers, 2ti.009.25; dressed beef and butcher
steers, 16.006,8.50; stockers and feeders,
$3.7066.75; cows and heifers, 4.758.0O;
canners, 23.00(g4.50; bulls, $4.0034.75; calves,
$6.25&8.00; Texas and Oklahoma steels
$5.258.25;'cows and heifers, $3.508.25. '
HOGS-Receipts, 8.200 head. Market
steady; pigs and lights, $5.257.45; mixed
and butchers, $7.307.60; good heavy, $7.40
7.50.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 8,000
head. Market steady; muttons. $3.75'g4,25;
lambs, J5.258.25; culls and bucks, $1.60
3.00; stockers, $2.2S3.25.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 3. CATTLE
-Receipts, 4,000 head, including 2,400
southerns. Best steers, strong; grass
cattle, weak; calves, strong; dressed beef
and export steers, $8.259.55; fair to good,
$6.758.25; western steers, $7.0ftSi8.'J0;
stockers and feeders, $4.256.80; southern
cows, $3.506.25; native cows, $3.00?17.00;
native heifers, $o.008.75; bulls, $3.90:$e.K;
calves, $4.008.00.
HOGS Receipts, 11,000 head. Market
steady to 5c lower; bulk of sales, $7.20
7.45; heavy, $7.40J7.50; packers and butch
er's, $7.257.45; lights. $T.10 ".35; pigs. 5.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,000
hfad. Market 15c to 2"c higher; iambi.
$S.50'uS.OO; yearlinss, $4.755.60; wethers.,
$..001(4.75; ewes, J3.2o84.00; stockers and
leeders. $i 753.75.
Stock la Sight. j
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 00 13,800 1.300
St. Joseph' 500 6,000 80
Kansas City 4,000 11,000 2,000
St. Louis 3.600 8.200 S.000
Chicago 9,000 2,000 VW
Totals 17,700 41,000 22,100
Wool Market. 1
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 2.-WOOL-Steady;
territory and western mediums,
225j24c; fine mediums, 1820c; fine. 13fl6c.
NOTICE
We will call for
goods up till Friday
noon as usual and
deliver same Satur day.
No delivery
July 4th.
Saratoga
Steam Laundry
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