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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913.
tlTY l'llul'Ul'V POtt SALI5.
Beautiful Pressed Brick Home
In Dundee district, for sale at a xargain. This property is com
plete in every detail pressed brick cement porolies and steps
1 1 MIIHHIJIN Nil I 111' I 14 I 111 I S II 111 Ml IM
largw living room with fine "brick fire place first floor all fin
ished in oak second floor finished in biroh and "white enamel
with maplo. .flob. South front.,
yara iwo ioib. qr. quicK saie
Tel. Douglas 1722.
YOU can see a sarcophagus.
ONB BOLD THIs'WEEk,
Two left, 6 room, all modern bungalows,
finished in oak; built by day labor: will
take lot as first paymont, balanco
706 Omaha National Dank Bide.
Bed 47a or Webster 4835.
TO BUY. SELL OR RENT. FIRST SKK
JOHN M . . ROBBINR. 1801 FaRNAM ST.
- WEST TARNAM, KK.
Btriotly modem 8-room house, S years
old, 41st -and Davenport Sts., only $4,600.
' It doesn't seem possible, yet the- owner
ays let It BO at that figure.
PAYNE INVEISTMBNTt COMPANY.
Doug. 17SL Ware Blk.
v MUST sell.
O-room modern 'house at 2820 South 18th;
must be sold; no offer refused,
(room modern bungalow, north side;
only tsoo cash.
B-roora cottage, 2707 Corby; mod. ex.
heat; price 82,100; 8250 cash.
6-room stucco bungalow; price $3,000;
nothing down, $88.00 per month.
6-room full., two-story mod. house, 18th
and Laird: price $4,000.
rt-room; 18th, near 'Grace, at $3,600.
WESTERN rbAIj ESTATE CO.,
413 Karbacle' Blk. Phone Douglas 3G07.
8-ROOM, all modern housed with ' or
without furniture, for sale reasonable It
taken at 'once, Moving to California.
C010 No, 20th St. Omaha. Also one lady's
snd gent's Solid gold watch and chain-.
OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN A GOOD
MODERN HOME AT A SACRIFICE.
AH modern, 8 rooms, facing east on
paved street, lawn, garden and large.
trees, good garage; with all conveniences,
tornado cellar, built for a home at a
treat bargain for ten .days.
Phone- Owner, Harney 2709.
KOUNTZE. PLACE BARGAIN
If you are looking for a bargain In the
shape of a modem, except heat, house
on paved street, splendid, neighborhood,
61-foot terraced lot. This property- Is
priced low for a quick sale. Come and
see It today. Webster- 488 . ,
""FOR halts By" -owrrsr, now, strictly
modern S-room house, just 'completed, "on
paved street, on one of the best locations
In Dundee,, dose, to' car line and stores.
I am offering the- above at actual cost.
Write 13-180, care Bee.
F4.USI .V UN( M LANDS FOR. SAL lit
12) ACRES for JSOo. to actual settler
only- Must have your filing rights. Only
17 miles- from main line Rock Island, 183
miles east of Denver, In rain belt where
good crops have been raised for 30 years.
All nice level land. Has small sod house.
J. A. Tracy. Kimball, Neb.
40 Acres of Hay
Adjoining-Keystone Park. 2 miles west
of Benson; -all choice upland hay. ET.
Heyden; 1814 Harnoy-. St. . Phone D. 1600,
FINE Elkhorn valley land, close to
town, good soil and productive, $12.60 an
acre, easy terms.10 years' time. Address
JTUlfc fcWYlrfiV-J BJCTZ9 1CVC1 ItUW, null,
blaUt soil; "well settled- neighborhood 8,
miles from county seat. Neb.; 818.60 per
acre; H cash... J. H. Dumont & Co., 326,
Board of Trade Bldg.. Omaha.
FARM TO RUNT on a, 4-yeaJ- lease. t?
acres; halt' farm' land; half Alfalfa. Box
748. Ocnoa, Neb. .
FOUR thousand acrt Colorado ranch.
tlS per acre; 610-acre ranch , well Im
proved; 4 miles from Elwood, Neb. Price
825 per, acre. 5000 acres In one body
In Rod river valley, Minn-, will divide
in 80-acre tracu. Price 145 per acre,
one-third cath. balance ten years.
per cent rate. Henry liummels Hll
dreth. Neb. ,
HAVE some town property and land'
for sale, either publlo or private; 3 nice
cottages In good location, also 85 acres
Inside of corporate limits, of Messina, Is,
Large tracts of land in Mid Coast county,
Texas. For information call or correst
pond with John Bauman. Messina, lai
REAL ESTATE LOANS,
iiONKY to loan on Omaha homes. No
slay. J. H. Mithen Co., Inc.. ail City.
National Bank Bide. Douglas 1278.
WANTED City loans -and warrants.
W. Bfarnam Smith St Co., 1820 Farnam Bt
CITY loans w.anted, .Lxians tor build
f 'ng purposes. 1
W. It. THOMAS.
2S State Bank Bldg. .
OMAHA homes. Bast Nebraska farms.
O'KKEKE REAL ESTATE CO..
1010 Omaha National; Douglas 1713.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
ilW to 810.000 made promptly. F. D,
We ad, Wend Qldg.. 18th and Farnam.
0ABVIN BBOS. jffl.f&ffi
ZZZllZ I lit .ml S nor nt! nn ilolflV
vfn CITY LOANH. wemis-uariuerB v.o.,
3 810-812 Branrtels Theater Bldg.
UA ROB 'loans our specialty. fltuH Bros.
HARRISON St MORTON. 918 Om. Nat'
BAIJS OR, EXCHANGE. B, E.
SOME choice Elkhorn valley alfalfa
land tp exchange tor Income or mer
chandise. Address 1010 Gienwood avenue,
FOR RENT New 8-room cottage, near
Omaha Beach, Lake OkoboJI, la. New
furniture and bedding; large, screened-ln
porch: good shade and water; fine loca
tion. Pi Ice, 71 pet, month, and worth It
O. C. IllllmanjJUayward, la.
Wanted tq borrow, $250 at
10 per cent interest. Good se
urity. Address E-177, Bee.
'The Persistent Knd Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising 1 the Road to
vuU tan see a sarcophagus.
CITY lMlOl'bllTl foil SALT).
I 11 II r- Till " sway Tar 11 I III' 11 (1(1 I
paved street. Nicely sodded
owner win sea at oargain.
642 Paxton Block.
WANTED TO BUT.
TWO experienced bank men. best of
references, want to buy control In falr
slsod country bank or two smaller banks,
or will establish and manage bank, fur
nishing half capital. Will fully protect
anyone contributing balanco It not In ac
tive work of bank. Might consider 1 ln
Ing with small bank to Increase capital
If business to justify. Middle west pre
ferred. Address. Y 200, Bee.
Dolgoff Id-hand store pays highest prices
for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1607.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Modern 3 or 4 room fur
nished apartment, or house, on south
west side of town. Address H-174, care
Sail every Saturday to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
Ocean passage 7H days. Modern rates.
For book of tours, rates, etc., apply to
Gen. Agts., 33 W, Randolph St., Chicago,
OR ANY LOCAL AGENT.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST.
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mlloage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion Live Stock Commission Merchaat.
MARTIN BROS & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
OMAHA GEnCItAL jHtAKICRT.
BUTTER No." 1, 1-lb. carton, 2Sci No.
L 60-lb. tubs, 27ttc; No. 2, 25c.
FI8H White, tresh, 16o; trout, fresht
12c; large dapples, fresh, 12c; Spanish
mackerel, 16c; shad roe, per pair, 40c
salmon, fresh, 16d; halibut, fresh, 9c; buf
falo. So; bullheads, 12c; channel catfish,
18c; pike. He; pickerel, 11c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss1, 82c; Ameri
can Swiss, Men block Swiss, 24c; twins,
17tta; daisies, 17Hc; triplets, 17ftc; Young
Americas, lSo; blue label brick. i7Hc; 11m
burger, 2-lby. 210; Mb., 22o New York,
POULTRY Broilers, 8335o per lb.;
hens. I6c; cocks, liMc; ducks, I820c;
geese, 18c turkeys, 202Cc; pigeons, per
doz., 81.20; roosters, to; ducks, full fea
thered, 10a; geese, full feathered, 18c;
squabs, No. 1, l.Wi No. 8, 60o.
BEEF CUTS No. I ribs. IVAot No. 2.
16c ; No. 8, 154c No, 1 loins, lac; No. 2
17Hc; No. S, 17a No. 1 chtfeics, HHc; No.
2. Ucj No. 8, lOtfc No. 1 rounds, lio; No.
2,-14Ho; No. 8. HVla No. 1 plates, 8jie:
No 2. 8ci No, 8, 7V4C
The following fruit and vegetable prices
are reported byj the Giunsky Fruit com
FltUITHood river strawberries, per
21-quart case, 83.G0; California red rasp
berries, per 24-quart esse, 14.00; California
Loganberries, per 24-quart case. 83,00;
California blackberries, per 24-qUart case,
83.00; apricots, per 4-basket crates, L75;
plums, per 4-basket crate, 82.00; peaches,
per box, JLW to 31.76; California olack
or red cherries, per box. 82.00; California
cantaloupes, pony crates, 85.50; California
standard, per crate, 86.00; homa grown
cherries; per 21-quart case, 88.00; home
grown gooseberries, per 24-qiiart case,
8125. Orangees, Sunklat Valeucias, 120, ZS8
slses, per box, 8&00; 10, 17S, W0, 216, 250
slses, per box, 3.60; fancy Valonclas, 126,
28? sixes, par box, 85.00: Valencias, 7bi
slse, per box, 80.50; Vlnclas, 170, 00,
215 slses, per box, $8.00. Appits, extra
fancy Gano, circle brand, pet odi .to,
extra fancy Winesap, per- bbl., 8160.
Evaporated cranberries, carton contain
ing 30 packages, per carton, 2.70. Lemons,
extra fancy Sunklst, SOOs and XQi, i.dr
box, 3900; extra choice red ball, 30Us and
lorn, per box, $8.00.
VEGETABLES Large new potatoes,
Ser bu., 31.00; (-bag lots or more, per
u., 90c; rural, per bu., 60c; red river
early Ohio, per bu., 60c. California
crystal was onions, per crate, 3LW; Texas
Bermuda, per crate, 81.00. Fancy Texas
tomatoes, per 4-baskot crate, $1.00) C
crate lots. 95c.
Beef cuts prices) No. 1 ribs. 17o; No. 2
ribs, 15Hc; No. 8 ribs, 15c No. 1 loins,
lSHo; No. 2 loins, 17c: No. S loins, ibtte.
No. 1 chucks, lip; No. 2 chucks, 10hc;
No. 3 chucks, .ICMao. No. 1 rounds, 14H0;
No, 2 rounds, Mo! No, 3 rounds, lZa.
No. 1 plates, 8c; No. 2 pistes, 7Hc; No. 3
MISCELLANEOUS Red new potatoes,
per hamper, $2.25; California Jumbo
celery. Per doz., 32.00; cider, Mott's, per
keg; 83.50; elder, Nehawka, per keg, $3.25;
asparagus, per dos., 50c; rhubarb, per
dor., 30a: onions, per dos., 20a new beets,
carrots, turnips, per dos., 60c; parsley, per
doz., 40c; radishes, per doz., 40c; head let
tuce, per doz.t $LW; home grown leaf let
tuce, per doz, 40c; green peppers, per
basket 50c; wax or green beans, per
hamper. 24.00: hot house cucumbers, per
doz., $1.0062.00; cauliflower, per crate,
83.59; Venetian garlic, per lb., llttc; Texas
new cabbage, per lp.. 2c; eggplant per
doz., $1.50100: horseradish, 2-doz. bot
tles in case, per case. $1.90; dromedary
brand dates, pkg., $3.00; anchor brand,
pkg., $2.25; walnuts, No. 1 soft shell, per
lb. 20a; medium pecans, per lb., 13V4o,
Jumbo pecans, per lb., 15c; giant pecans,
Louisiana paper Shell, per lb., 2lc; fl
btrts. per (b., 15a; Drake almonds, per lb.,
15c; paper shell, ISc; Brazils, per lb., 10 ;
largo Washed, per lb., 12ci black walnuts,
per lb., 2H; raw, No. 1 peanuts, per lb.,
VAci Jurabo peanuts, per lb,, 8c; roasted
peanuts, per lb., 8Ha; shellbark hickory,
nuts. 4c; turge hickory nuts, per lb.. So;
white rice popcorn, per lb., Oo; checkers,
per 100-pkg. case, $1.50; checkers, per CO
pkg, case, $1.75; Leslie berry boxes, qts.,
pr 1.000, 82.75.
NEW YORK, July ll.-METAL8-Cop.
er, unsettled; standard spot, 813.50 bid:
uly, August and September, J13.Ktff14.O0;
eloctrolytio, $14.25014.50; lake. $14,5014.75j
casUng, 314.26. Tin, firm; spot, $40,30
iUO: July, $4ao034a80: August $0.35&
40.(2; September, $40.3540.S. Lead, quiet
at $4.334.40. Spelter, quiet Antimony,
nominal; Cookson's, $8.5598.65. Iron, quiet
and unchanged. London market closed
as follows: Copper, quiet; spot, 63 15s;
futures, 62 17s Cd. Tin, firm; spot 185:
futures, 185,15. Spelter. 20 10s. Lead,
iil 10s. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 65s
ST. LOUIS, ujly It METALS Lead,
lower: $4.U. Spelter, quiet, 83.20.
OMAHA. July 1L Bank clearings for
today are $2,6U,38.47 and JiWO.6dl.7J for
tbs corresponding day last year.
i GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Continental Europe it Leading Buyer
of Cash Wheat,
CORN CLOSES AT Q00D PRICE
Yellow Cerent Miom Net Gain nd
Is Materially Influenced by the
Early Wrnknesa In the
. OMAHA. July II. 1813.
, Continental Europe was again a leading
buyer of cash Wheat In tho United Btates
yesterday, and It may also bo said that
there were large purchases at Chicago
on continental account According to
cable advices rocelved from France
heavy rains have fallen throughout that
republic tho last three days, and this,
too, in sections where the wheat is ready
for the harvester. One cablegram said
that considerable wheat Is standing in
the shock in continental Europe and that
more or less damage has been done by
tho heavy downfall of rath, with pros'
peats of Btlll more wet weather.
It would be aidlfflcut matter to say
with any degree of certainty oe to the
amount of wheat bought in this country
by foreigners yesterday. Some placed
the total. Including freight rodra en
gaged, at 8,000,900 bushels.
An authority In the east said that their
advices showed that foreigners were buy
Ins soft winter wheat as well as the
hard wheat, which is to clear via Phil
adelphia. Baltimore and Newport News.
The fact that Argentina shlpmonts ot
wheat are estimated at only 40J,000 bush
els this week, which shows a falling oft
of 1,100.000 bushels, compared with the
corresponding figures a year ago, at
tracted but llttlo Attention.
Cash wheat was WOVic lower.
Corn closed around, tfte best prices for
the day yesterday, and showed net gains
of Vic. The early weakness In oats
caused heavy selling of corn .and, with a
loss in tho buying, power, price conces
sions wero seen. Later In the day the
corn market was helped, by wheat and
the early losses were fully regained.
Cash corn was unchanged to Ho lower.
Cash oats wero Ho lower.
Clearances) Wheat ;and flour, 6S1.000
bushels; corn, 27,000 bushels: oats, none.
Today was a, holiday In Liverpool.
. Primary wheat receipts were 1,018.000
bushels olid shipments 071.000 bushols,
against receipts of 344,000 bushels and
shipments of 3H.0O0 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 869,000 bush
els and shipments 322,000 .bushels, against
receipts ot 412,000 bushels and shipments
ot 269,000 bushels last year. Primary oats
receipts .were 6S4.000 bushels and shlr
njents 440.000 bushels, against receipts of
P. 000 bushels and shipments of 525,000
bushels last year.
CARLO T RECEIPTS.
, Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago , 97 129 138
Minneapolis 128 .. ..
Duluth ... TS .
Kansas City..... 280
Sri V01"8"" 114 27 29
Winnipeg t.. i
i.n8 o'lowlng cash sales were reported:
oy10?tirNo- 2 .hBnl winter: 6 cars. new.
82c; 3 tars 81Hc, No. 3 hard winter: 1
car. new. 82c: l car, old, 81Ho, No. J
hard winter; 1 car, old, 80a. Rye No. 4:
1 car, 6454c. Oats-No. 3 white: 3 cars,
87Uc; 7 cars, S7o. No. 4 white! 1 car,
86Kc; 6 cars. SSHo. No. 3 mixed: 1 car,
Mc. No grade: I cor, SSHo. Corn No.
2 white: 1 cur, 59a. No. 3 white: 1 car, 6o;
4 cars, 68c; 1 car, 58Hc No. 4 white:
car, 57Kc No. 2 yellow: 8 cars, Be; i
cars, 67c. No. 3 yellow: 3 cars, 57io;
8H cars. 67Hc, No. 4 yellow: 1 car, 67c
No. 2 mixed: 1 car, CTVio, No. 8 mixed: 2
cars, 67Ho; 2 cars, 57c. No. 4 mixed: 2
cars, 66&c; 1 car. 6flHc.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
hard, S1KQ8SHC; No. 3 hard, S0H!?S2Uc;
No. 4 hard. 794TS0oi No. 2 spring, 83063HO!
No, 4 spring, 79H82Hc; No. 2 durum, 82
SB3o; No. 3 durum, 816S2C. Corn! No. 2
white, &8K63o; No. 3 white. 5SVUi69c: No.
4 white, 6767c; No. 2 yellow, 67H58o:
No. 3 yellow, 57V4S6J?4o; No. 4 yellow, 5GH
eC7o; No. 2, 6757V4c; No. 3, DHffi7Uc: No.
4, 56C6c; nil grade, 60367c. Oats: No.
2 white, 37(838c: standard, S7H! No. S
white, 3737Hc; No. 4 white, 36Vt36?4c
Barley: Malting, 6&50c; No. ' feed, 43
645c Rye, No.-g, 65S66o; No, 8, MHfti
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Fentnres of the Trailing: anil Closlnar
Prloea on Board of Trifde,
CHICAGO, July It-Sudden falling., of
fine export demand pulled wheat pricas
down, The market closed weak lo to lVfco
under lost night Corn suffered a loss of
lc to lHHo net and oats lo to IHtNUo
decline. The finish in provisions ranged
from Eq off to an advance of S5c
Tighter freight rates on tho ocean
formed tho accepted reason to explain
why Transatlantic buying1 of wheat hod
boen abruptly stopped. It was also a
fact that holiday conditions prevailed at
Liverpool and Paris, where of late a good
deal of bullish sentiment had first taken
rise. An additional causa of weakness
lay in reports of general rains northwest
tending to delay shipment of spring crop
on both sides of the Canadian line.
No rallying power of any consequence
developed, although acceptances from the
country turned out lighter than had been
the rule for some time. 8horta furnished
about the only support there was for the
market, so that final quotations were the
lowest of the day. , . . ,
Primary receipts of wheat amounted to
1.023,0C0 bushels; a year ago, 344,003 bush
els. Seaboard clearances of wheat and
flour equaled 651,000 bushels.
Favorable crop advices put the corn
market on the down. grade. Beneficial
rains were reported in Nebraska, and
Iowa with a forecast ot showers through
out the greater port of the belt Dis
couraged longs competed with aggressive
shorts in breaking tho oaU market. Idea
ith.r mi- finine the grain sent ail
Hands away from the bull side. , .
Buying on me pari oi jj1010, vv"
up the price of July pork. Otherwise pro-
visions neia steamy mi
87 87 87 8SH
89 t4 88 88 ftfltt
wh nm wMvi
38 38 J 29
41H 4OTi40a 42V4
21 7S. 21 65 Jl 78 21 40 -
21 15 20 W 30 95 2100
11 GTH 11 62H 11 R67 11 60
U 75 11 72 11 72H 11 10.
11 82H H 77H 11 U
10 70-72 10 70 10 70 10 67H
11 82Vi 11 76 11 73 11 80
11 60 U 80 11 80 11 S3-83
11 70 U 60-62 11 00-62 H tiH
Chicago Cash Prlces-Wheat No. I
red. new, 88StSc; No. 3 red, new. 870
87Kc; No. -3 hard. new. SSHfifiSo; No. t
hard. 89Hffc; No. 3 hard, 87e9c'. No. 1
northern. 82H303Vr3; No. 3 northern, 91
642o; No. 3 northern, tKf9ia; No. I
3 white, 62Uo; No. 2 yellow, 61WlHo; No.
3. OOHeciHo; No. 3 white. 6!c; No, 3 yel
low. 6ieH4c; No. 4. 60(869V4c; No. 4 white.
61c: No. 4 yellow. 6S4c. Oats. No. ' t
white. 41HNl?ic: No. 3, S3oi No. S white,
390400; No. 4 white, 37V39o; sUndard.
414lVto. Rye. No. 2, easstHc. Barley, 49
fiSc, Seed, timothy, .Tfjairs: clover,
nominal. Provisions. porB. $21.7682100;
lard, tll.650U.67H; ribs, $11.62012.25.
EGGS Lower: receipts, 14,309 coses; at
Sark, cases included, ordinary firsts, U
c; firsts. lH16c; storage, VQIVAc.
CHEESE Lower: daisies. 11314He;
twins, 13fc(Nlc; young Americas, 1414c;
POTATOES Steady; TOSISc; receipts,
23 cars. . s
POULTRT-Allve, higher; fowls, UHc
springs, 21c; turkeys, ISc-
Hlnneapolla Ct'raln Sfarket.
MINNEAPOLIS, July ll-WHEAT-July,
8EH0; September, 90ftc; December,
9JHa Cash. No. I hard, lo; No. 1
northern, 904tQ91Hc; No. 2 northern, 85i'
raiwiv hird UontMi' m-; -
OORN-No. 3 yellow, 5737Hc, 1
RYE No. 2. S&B68C.
Brsniiniieil Avples unci Drl4 Fruits
NEW YORK. July 11. EVAPORATED
APPLES-Oulet and firm.
nR'En FP'UTS-Prunrs. firm. Apri
cots and peaches, quiet Raisins, steady.
PEORIA. July lL-CORN-Vnchanged;
No. 2 yellow, 63c; Np. t ye-How. flc; No.
i mixed, 63c; No. 3 mixed, 63Kc; No. 4
mixed. Hc; sample, ($Ho. . I
OATS-Unchanged; No. 3 white, 4otfo
standard, Hiaj No. 3 white, S8Ji4Jo. j
St. I.onla General Market.
BT. LOUIS, July U.-WHDAT No. 2 1
red, 85H087c; No. 3 hard. 792e; July.
8IVi84Hc; September, SSUQSCUo.
FLOUR Easy; red winter patents. $4.45
OT.40; extra fancy and straight $3.65
4.25; hard winter clears, JJ.40iW.
CORN No. 2, 6le; No. 2 white, b6Vi06o;
July, 60T Sept'tnbpr. 'O'.jc.
OATS-No. 2, 89Ho; No. 3 white, 42u,
July nnd September. tSHc
BRAN Quiet; sacked oast track, 90
HAY Steady; timothy, $1117.00;
POULTRY Firm: chickens. 13c; spring,
17c; turkeys, 17c; ducks, 12o geese, 10c.
nUTTER Qqulet; creamery, 20c.
EGGS Strong, 13KO,
Flour, bbls 6,000 1,oriO
Wheat, bu, 145,000- 67,000
Corn, bu 28,000 19,000
Oats, bu.. . .............. 49.000 Sfl.000
Itanium City Grain unit Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. July lt-WIIBATf-No.
a hard; 84tTS7o; No. 8, Mfia; Nof V red,
84fi86c; July. 8OK0; September, 82tHoi
December. 85Wfittc ,
CORN-rNo. 1 mixed, 61o: No. 2 white,
6tfiIHo; July, 6S0; September, 69tf
69Ho; December, a
OAT8-N0. 2 white. 41HOU01 No. 1
mixed, 3S40o; Septetnbcr, Ha; Docom
RYE 69H0. 1 '
HAY - Choice timothy. $1160ffll3.00;
choice prairie, $11.W'12.00.
BUTTER-Creamery, 20c; firsts, ISo;
seconds, 2io; paoklng, 20Hc
EGGS Firsts, 17o; seconds, He
POULTRY liens, 1J01 roosters, 10a;
ducks, 15c; brollerB, S0ift2o.
Wheat bu 2S0.&M 72.W0
Corn, bu 1MB 37.OJ0
Oats, bu 0,000 3.CO0
New York General Mnrket.
NEW YORK, July 11. SUGAR Raw,
firm; contrlfugal, S.643.61c; muscovado,
3.0WfS.Uc; molasses sugar, $2.790'2.B6o.
Refined, firm. , , . . .
BUTTER Steady; receipts, S,37T tubs;
creamery extras, 27c; firsts, 16V4i82o.
CHBESB-Steady: receipts. 8.10S loxes;
state, whole milk, fresh colored spcc'als,
EGGS Irregular; receipts, 8,557 cases;
fiesh gathered, extras, 240480! ?xtra
firsts, 21022Hc; firsts, l&SSOc; seopnds, 16
O17o; western, gathered whites, 203250.
TECUMBEHl, Neb., July It (Speclal.)
Blttlng as a board of equalisation this
POULTRY Live strong; chickens, 23'
20co; fowls. 18V4ol turkeyst 10c Dressed
strong; fresh killed, western chickens, 23
T33o; fowls, IBHQ'lOHo; turkeys, 18319c
MIlTrnnkee Gratu Market.
MILWAUKEE, July ll.-WHEAT
No. 1 northern. 9JVG9tH0; No. 3 north
ern, 92Vi93Ho; Nb. 2 hard winter, 90Sy9lo;
July, 8Sc; September, 89c
CORN No, 3 yellow, 61361Hct No. 3
white, 62fiCJVio; No. 3, 6QHc; July, 694;
London Stock Market,
LONDON, July 11. Amorloan securities
opened steady and about unchanged to
day, A decline followed, but most ot
list advanoed oh covering at the end ot
the first hour. At noon the market was
steady and prices were H above to bo
Consoli, monojr... 71 B-iStlHnoU Central, ... lit
do account. 73 K. T. ........ tljt
Atnl. CBpyer SViN'. Y. Oentrsl...... lift
AUIilton, nnrnntrlnnl USi
CiAxlltn Pcltlo,...117'.inillnr 80H
Chleais & O. W... ltt4Bouthern rcltlc... I4H
fit. rul...,. 105 Union rel(lo lajt
Dnver Hlo O.... UVtU. B. "Stel $8n
Grte , HSWibuh , t
do Ut plil KDeDn ...J0J4
anna Trunk ,,. HUlUnd HIdm,. iti
SILVER Bar, steady at 20 15-10d per
MONBY-23 per cent . 4
The rate of discount in the open market
for short bins is 3sp4 per cent; tor tnree
1, 4 6-lti
BOSTON, July. 11. The Commercial
Bulletin tomorrow wll say ot the woo)
While the market Is rather spotty,
there Is a rather batter feeling apparent
Prices have not appreciated particularly,
although there seems to be a hardening)
of values both here and in the west
Individual transactions have not been,
large, but the total volume 0? tiuslness
has been of fair proportions, and have
included territories ot all kinds, both
old and new' and fleece wools. A strong
demand Is noticeable for coarse combing
wools of quarter-blood grade and below
and a tendency is reported towards finer
wools also, especially for women's wear.
Otis nutt noslns.
NEW YORK; July U.-COTTONSEED
OIL Market strong; prime crude, nomi
nal; prime summer yellow. $S.809.00;
August closed $8.69; October, $7,76; Decem
ber, $6.52; January, $6.62.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, July ll.-DRY GOODS
The cotton goods markets hold steady
with trade Of moderate proportions. All
wool markets are quiet Jobbers report
a good demand for spot merchandise of
a staple character. Yarns rule steady,
NEW YORKr July U.-SUOAR-naw,
firm: Muscovado, 3.0(63.110: centrifugal,
3.543.61o; molasses sugar, 2.79ff3.S6o; re
REPORT OF CLEAIIIIVO HOUSE
NEW YORK, July 11. Bradstreet's
bank clesrinir reonrt for the week nndiner
July 10, showl an aggregate of $2,538,
122,000, as against $3,063,768,000 last week
and $3,440,310(000 In the corresponding week
last year, following is a 11st ot tne
anew xorn.,, ,.....,
Sty .Louis.... ........
f.1 . . .
San ' Francisco
St Paul ...A
Salt Lake City
NEW1 YORK. July ll.-COTTON-Fu
tuios closed steady. Closing bids; July.
12.03c; August 12.030; September, ll.Wc:
October, It 42c; November. ll.Sto; Decem
ber, lLSlc; January. lLfflcs February.
tl.p; March. lL3$c; May. L40c.
Jack London Is Batter.
OAKLAND, Cat.. July IL-Reports of
the condition ot Jack London, the author,
who recently underwent an operation for
appendicitis, indicate steady Improve
ment He Is resting easier today than
at any time since he was token ill.
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Not Enough Cattle Here to Really
Test Out Values,
H0QS ARE STEADY TO STRONG
Sheep nnd Lamb Receipts Fair for n
Frldny .Trade Generally Slorr
nt Steady Prices All Bold
In Fair Season.
ntlmt rr k r v..,.. 4. 101
t?VTUJl UUIJT A .VMM
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 1.630 3.8S W.15J
nrririai n-n , . mih ilho
Official Wednesday ., 2,670
Official Thursday 1,611
EsUmato Friday. 350
Five days this week.. 8,390 40,193 35,976
Same days last week.. 6,977 41,283 19.300
Same daj-s 2 woeks ago 13,799 68.8i3 10.033
Same days I weeks ago 13,167 48,041 11.153
Same days 4 weeks aro 11,926 14.698 it.Vt
Same days last year.. 7,055 43,765 17,683
The following table shows tho receipts
ot cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
live stock market for the year to date s
compared with lost year.
... 1M. lilt Inc. pep.
Cftttl 435,601 43M(
Nogs ...r....,t649.177 1919.TO 880,111
Sheep 978,(5)2 937,3(1 89,151
The following tabla shows th rantfe of
Prioes for hogs at South Omaha for the
last faw days, with comparisons:
Pats,. 1913. 11913. U9U.1910.19tf.llK.lOT
6 38! S W
6 2 8 DSj
7 761 IS
Receipts nnd disposition or lire stock at
the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha.
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at 3
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
C, M. St Bt P. Ry 1 4 ,.
Missouri Paciflo Ry...... 3 2,.
Union Paciflo R, R 24 17
C. & N. W. Ry., east.... .. 9 ,.
C. & N. W. Ry., west 8 39
C St P., M. ot O. Ry...v 8 8..
C, B. St Q. Ry., east 3 3 ..
C, B. St Q. Ry., west 6 10 3
C R. I. St P. Ry east,, .. 7, ,.
C. It I. & P. Ry., west.. .. 10'
Illinois Central Ry 2
Total receipts ,. 1 111
Morris ee Co 6 1.115
BWlft & CO 70
Cudahy Packing Co. ....101
Armour A Co.. 69
Sah warts St Co... ..
swift Kansas city..
Swift from country..
Cudahy. Kansas City
w. u. p. CO........,..,,.,.
Ronton, Vansant ft L....
Hill & Son
F. B. Lewis. 3
RothsQhlld St Krebs 0
Mo. St Kan. Calf Co 8
Other buyers .., 49
Totals.. , 444 6,011 0,183
CATTLE Fresh receipts of cattlo this
morning were very small,, only fourteen
cars being reported in. Still this makes
the total for the five days this week about
1.400 head larger than for the same days
last week, and over 1,000 head larger than
tor the Same corresponding period a year
Most ot the cattle In this morning wero
beet steers. At the same time there was
a fair demand and practically everything
on sale changed hands In good season at
strong prices. The best yearlings sold up
n m ,i I Vi tfl RK Uf 11 l,,.ii.ttt M Aft
which Is 15c higher tlian they sold for,
comma, uuv un quality loaay was
somewhat better, As noted yesterday the
market tor, the week is around lSOSOo
higher, on the general run ot cattle, with
yearlings around 36o higher.
There were only a. few odds and ends
of oo ws and heifers and they commanded
fully steady prices. They ore safely lMf
20o higher than last week.
There were no stockers or feeders ot
any consequence, but Uie feeling for the
week is strong.
Quotations ,on Cattle-Good to choics
beef steers, JA.26eti.76; fair to good beef
steers, $7.90O&26 common to fair beet
taers, $7.254.7.00; good to choice beliefs,'
$7.0188.001 good to choice bows,
to.co-a7.4Q; fair o good grades, jJ.fcH;.00j
common to fair grades, $3.0&5lt5: good
to choice stockers and feeders, 7.40&.00;
fair to good atockers and feeders, $7,?0
7.49: comon to fair stockers and feeders,
$6.2i,00: stock cows and heifers, $6,000
6.60; veal calves, $7.0009.76; bulls, stags,
No. At. Pr.
If...., tU 7 70
......... 101 M
30 ,.. IH lit
Ha. At. Pr.
( .,,1111 I it
I 1 I H
li no l to
( 1104 t io tt lta 8 k
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
M UX 8 tt
t 1 8 7t 1 lit? ( 10
1..... MO 4 71 1..,., .1130 t0
y.IOH I K) t ,1S7 ( 0
3 778 7 J
l.,... mo $ u t mo 1 1
1 1M I .,L;y.,....MM 71
1., 10 7 M I. , 154 I SO
i..,,,.,.,.. v 7 V) ...
)..... 110 00 V.,
i It 0o 1...
W . , 1T9 I tQ
Ml M U MJ 7 71
8 KIO 7 40
HOGS Receipts were fair for a Friday,
but there was a better reeling in the trade
this morning, and on the whole values
registered n slight advance. Shippers
were the first to take hold, making
their purchases at steady to strong fig
ures. When packers started out, the fig
ures they offered were just about stsady
with yesterday's average, but ssilers held
on for better money, and, as there was
a fair Inquiry from all quarters, they
finally got it The earjy tradS was very"
stow, in tact were was no special activity
in evidence at any time, but once started,
the movement was fairly continuous, and
by 10 o'clock all but a rw loads, had
changed hands, Prices were, on an aver
age, just a shads higher than yesterday's
general market, with oocaalonal sales
showing a gain of close to five cents. In
other words, values were about steady
with yesterday's strong close. Bulk of
the hogs sold at $8.70Oa.76, with the long;
string at the lower figure. Some choice
lights sold as high as $8.90, just a nickel
over yesterday's highest price.
Considering the moderate supplies, the
week's trade has been rather unsatis
factory from a seller's standpoint For
the five days values have remained about
stationary, and today's average is If any
thing a little stronger than at the, close
of lost week. With the exception of Mon
day, each day's market has been more or
less draggy, and on most days prices
have weakened towards the close.
Today's offerings amounted to about HI
cars or 7,200 head, making the total for
the five days in ths neighborhood of
40,193, This Is a decrease ot over 3.000
head as compared with the same days last
week and about 8,600 short of the supply
for the same period lost year.
At. 8s. Pr.
..Ill ... lit
..1H 40 I 40
..III 140 I 40
..M4 M t 40
to I to
80 j 10
..III U III
40 I W
10 I M
M I (S
...Ul 110 170
117' M I TO
110 I 71
IM lit t 41
0 S 1M
to i nit
to i mi
40 s 71Vi
40 I It
m in i h
40 t tt
,.. 1 ft
SO ( If
H I It
10 I It
,.. I M
W I U
,.. I 10
til no in
.311 X00 I It
40 S Tt
Rl W l
..Ul 0 110
..341 ... 110
,.im N in
,,U4 IM 110
1M IM til
..IM 10 110
.. t it
.. t n
to t it
Xi U0 8 71
47 HI ... I TO TS 910 ... I 71 ,
10 lit 170 H.'. K'5 ... IT
ii hi to ft 70 - if tn in a t
M HI IM I TO Tl 1 IM Tt
Tt Ul 40 I 70 It MO ... I Tt
II 107 ... I TO H HI ... ITS
1 III 10 110 H HI 110 ITS
It. Ill 10 I Tt 71 M0 ... I 10
M Ill 10 lit tt.,
II Ml ... I 10 14..
120 ... I 10
Ul ... I H
IT tM ... ITS U Ill 10 1 Id
t IU 110 I TO 10 Ut 1H I 10
tt ut ... tit n 101 ... IM
10 US H I to II tit 10 I H
II, Ul 40 t 10 Tt.......tU 40 I W
ST. m ... I TO II w.UI ... its
II.. 114 ... I TO It... .J,. ZOO lit IU
if nt i to i io ii ui ... i to
el vtu 1 t io ft iu ... I to
tO......,Mt It lit
tt tt ... I M '
8H10ISP Blow, steady, was tho way
both buyers and sellers described the
market on both sheep and lambs. The
trade was pretty well supplied with of
ferings tor a Friday, and. as tor some
llttlo lime back, lambs made up by for
Uie greater part ot the receipts. The
lamb supply amounted to about fifteen
cars, While some five cars Included praa
tlcally all the old stock. The demand
seemed very fair, which enabled sellers
to dispose ot thslr. holdings, suitable as
killers, before 10 o'clock.
A range of 87.7i88.00 took nearly all
the lambs on tale and, as on yesterday,
the latter figure Was the high point of
the day, being paid for about thres cars
ot Idaho lambs weighing around sixty
Among the sales of what few aged
sheen wera offered wero thrsa cars of
Idaho wsthers at $1.66. Some range won
axeraging 100 pounds sold at Jl.2ft. Noth
ing else ot consequence took place In tho
nsea sneep division.
There were a few feeders in s sht this
morning nnd they were practically, all
lambs and sold nt prices showing little
It any chnngo from Wednesday's trade.
Tho domand continues very fair tor this
time ot tho year, and It might be interest
ing to nntn thni fneder lambs started to
go to tho country this year about $1 a
l unarea manor tnan a year agu.
Taking the general market as n wholo
This week. It has been all that OOUW
have been expected and salesmen nre far
from making any complaints. Tho re
ceipts have been liberal, and in foe at
that fact, prices have advanced nearly
every day, lambs being now around stffp
406 higher than n week ago. Bo Tew aged
offerings havo shown up that prices in
dicate little If any ohahgo from last
week's close. D'eoaing siock is pouioiy
lonnoo up for tne weeic.
' Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
Bond in ehnlea. 17.80rES.20: lambs, fair to
good. $4.6007.60; lambs, feeders, $5.2500.35;
yearlings, range, $6.0OiT6.00 yearlings,
feeders. $4.X04.75; wetheVs, range, $1,000
166; wethers, feeders, $3.3503.75; ewes.
range, ii.ww4.go; ewes, iseasrs. s&iw.u.
650 Idaho wethers 93 4 35
75 cull wethers , 80 4 $35
1831 Idaho lambs 63 8 00
47 Idaho ewes ..100 4 24
103 Idaho lambs . 63 7 75
201 Idaho lambs 66 7 76
263 fsedor lambs 69 a 10
CHICAGO LIVE ST.OCIC MARKET
Cattle Steady to Strontn HoffS Sternly
to Shade Hlnher.
CinCAao, July ll.-CATTLB-Recelpts.
15,000 head! market, steady to strong;
calves 26c hlirher: beeves. J7.254iO.15: Texas
sfeers, J7.0Gjj8.20; western steers, $7.25
stockers ana reeders, &.wu.w; cows
and heifers, $3.8608.60; calves, $8.60011.00.
HOGS Receipts, 65,000 head; market
stoaay to a snaae nigner) duik ot sales,
J8.857i9.10; light $8.7009.20; mixed, $8,650
9.20; heavy, $8.4CO9.10; rough. 8.4&0&65;
. BHBHI' AND LAMBS Receipts, 18,000
head; market generally steady; native
sheep, $4.1606.60; western; $4.20O&.60; year
lings, $5.6007.25; lambs, native $16008.23;
St. Lnnls Live Stock. Market.
BT. LOUIS, July 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,300 head; steady to strong; good
to choice steers, IS.0OKa.25; dressed and
butcher steers, $7.S5d.0o; stockers anl
feeders. I3.257.C0: cows and heifers. 84.75
(S8.00; canners, J4.0Ojt4.75; fanny cows,
fO.EOftf.ss; bulls, H.00W.O0; calves, $3,000
10.75; southern steers, $0.2&5J.10; cows and
. .HOGS Receipts. 6,600 head; market Bo
higher; pigs nnd lights, $7.2509.16;, mixed
and butchers, $0.0530. 15 good, heavy, 89,00
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6,104
head: market steady: muttons. 83.75 ffb
4.23; yearlings, $5.0086.25; lambs, AMMt
Kansas Cltr Live Stock Matket.
KANSAS CITY, July U.-OATTLE-Re-celpts,
3,403 hendf market steady; prims
fed stsers, $8.4008.80; dressed beeves, $7.25
08.85; western steers, tO.OOSW.lO; southern
steers, $5.76Qa.OO; caws, $4,t4O7,00: heifers,
$6,2503.03; stockers and feeders. ft5.SS07.7B;
bulls, $3.0007.00: calves, $6.00fl9..
. HOGS-Rece)pts. 3.KM head! market Sa
nixner; duik, ts.wwt.inw neav:
packers and butchers, t8.80n8.87
Hin. 88.E0drS.87U! Dlirs. t7.7M8.KO. p
SHEEP AND LAMBS hecftlntn.' itttt
head; market strong; lambs, $0308.00;
yearllnKs. $5.0000,00; wethers, $.E0O5.2&:
Sionx Cltr Live Stock Market,
SIOUX CITY, Ja., July 11.-CATTLT3-Beceipts,
900 head; market steady; naUve
steers, $7,0008.25 bulls, stags, etc, $5,000
U'OGS-Recelpts, 7.0CO hood: .market
steady to 6a higher; heavy, $163H08.67H;
mixed. $8.67Hfl8.70; light $8.70O.80) bulk
Of sales, $8,6008,70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 200
head; no quotations.
fit, Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, July 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 800 head; market steady; steers,
$7.2608.661 cows and heifers, $1.2606.23;
Calves, $8.0009,25. '
HOGS Receipts, 2,600 head; market
strong; top, $8.87Hj bulk. $8.7504.85.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,600
head; market steady; lambs, $6.(908.00.
Live Stock In Sisiht.
Following, is ths receipts of live stock
at the six principal western markets:
" Cattle.HoKS. Sheep.
South Omaha ffio 7.200 6. too
St Joseph 800 2,600 2,609
h oux city 300 7.000 200
St, Louts 1,900 6,600 5,100
nnsas City 2,400 3.200 4.009
Chicago , 15,000 65.000 18,000
llotals 16,650 89,400 Si.SOO
NEW YORKf. July U.-COFFEE-JThe
COffee market was less active today with
prices higher on covering or fresh buying
based on a feeling that the market wa.
entitled to some rally after the sensa
tional break of the last week or on ball.
Uh crop accounts from Brazil. Tito 'open
ing was steaay at uncnongoa prices to
an advance ot 8 points on European buy
ing on local trade support. After selling
about 6 to 11 points net higher prices
broUn 10 Dolnts. awlntr to dlsaDnalntlnr
European cables and realising by recent
Buyers ror a turn, out roinea later on
reports that estimates of the Santos crop
were dcwk reuuoea ivnu uioaeu sieauy
cioslnir bids; July. 8. Wo: September.
8.7301 October. 8-SOc; December, 8.93a; Jan
uary, 8.99a; March. 9.Uo; May, 9.Uc Spot
coffee, steady; luo 7s. 9Hos Santos 4s,
UHc; mild, dull; Cordova, WOWHo, nom
inal. ... . .
tlooton Bltuliiw Stocks.
BOSTON, July ll.-Closln8? quotations
on mining stocks were:
iiixM ... li Unlink 41
Anul. Coptxr UHKmlii Cos. lltt
A. , U B ITHNIplMlnt Mines ... IH
Arliont Com ii North Butt I4M
a A CC. A S. M, U Mrth Uk ljl
Cat. ft Arlion fl'AOId Dominion 43
Cl. lleol . osoeoi it
1 lieou i. iooi 11
nUl loUQulney 64 V4
lUngo C p. ItVimitnnoa H
Wl C U.. tHBuMrior US
viienvr u, ... hi
Orera Cntne ...
I Rortl Cppr
Lk Oop per
Ia gtiu Copper...
tvitv- e. a. it. am... ii'A
IU 4a Dfd
. llHvuh Coo
ll-ljUUh Coppr Co....
. Tii Winona
. l'4WvTrlna ,.
WASHINOTON. July 1L-Thei .condition
of the United States treasury, at the be
ginning? of business today was as follows:
Net balance In general fund, $iS$,343,Sli;
total receipts yesterday, t2.ifO.57i; total
payments yesterday. $3,843,918. Th rfcfir.lt
this fiscal year is J7,t,183, axolnit a
deficit of $8,657,897 last year7 exclusive of
i-snanm cai)ai ana puouc qoot transao
tlops. Wool Market.
LONDON, July U.-WOOL The offer
ings at the wool auction sales today
amounted to 13.083 bales, principally
cross-breds. The demand was better and
prices were steady. Coarse grades sola
quickly and the continent was an eager
bidder tor the few Merinos offered,
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
fullest Bay in Wall Street for Great
THINGS AT A STANDSTILL
Totnl Transactions 04,000 Shares
the Smallest Amount Traded In
Since May S, 1S00 Drift
NEW YORK, July U.-H Is necessary
to go back over a long stretch of years
to find another day as dun as today In
tho stock market The total transactions
were 64,400 shares, the smaUest amount
traded in on any full day since May 27,
Stock market operators spent the day m
waiting for something to happen. Appar
ently the forces which have been deter
mining the courso of. speculation and
price movements have spent themselves,
ieaVIng ths market at a standstill. With
tariff and currency legislation, the possi
bility ot a strike on the, eastern rail
roads 'and the Balkan war Hanging over
tho market, speculators sro not Incline t
to tako on new lines for either account
and as the day was barren of news upon
which to bane operations, trading como
almost lo nolt . . .
The drift of prices was dowmvard tnit
bear traders made no attempt to press
their advantage and In most cas.M losets
wero held to tractions. Bouthtrn Fuclflo
sold off, mj'e entity than the rt of the
list Lower prlfes ot copper niUal in
London, owing lo poor trade conditions
arising from the Balkan disturbances,
found reflection In the heaviness of the
Coppor stocks, particularly Smelting. New
York Central sold early in the day At
HSW, a now low record for th year;-and.
Chespeake A Ohto at 61Vi also reached
a new low pplnt. jAnothor cash, loss by .
the banks was forecasted b" :(he wyk'tV
known movement of currency.' A decline0
ot $3,000,000 to $7,000,000 was indicated.
In addition to loss of 4V)00,ift hold'
shipped abroad, the Interior movement
was less favorable to New Xjth. Had it
not been for $1,000,000 gold trim Canada,
this week ths banks would tuvo shown,
a loss on direct operations with the In
terior. Although tt Is unusuai'y tarty
for tho currency to be moving Into thei
Interior, n turn in the movtjiant vr ap
parent this week, after a ion tuccciston.
of heavy gains. Compared with previous
weeks thq Inflow was .lcellsdly smaller
while the direct export thlpments wflro
about twice as large as last week.
Bonds were affected slightly by tho
sagging ot stocks. Total sales par value
United States 4s registered dt..i'na U
and the 2a registered and Panama Ss, H
Number ot shares and range ot prioes
Stle. Hlfn. 1OW.Cloto, ,
Amerlesn Copper ....... 4,100
Aiatnotn AfTiouiium .., ......
American nt SusU,..
Amarlctn Can , , too
Amtrtun Can ptA ,. too
Amtrloan a St V , too
American Cotton Oil..
AD. lea Securities 100
American tlnoevO; ,,.. ......
Amorlcan LocomotUs ... 190
American B. II....... 1,100
Americas 0. A It prd
Am. Bugar luttnlns
Amtrlun T. A T 200
..... ..... 107
American Tobtora 100 Z10
Antcone- lllnlnc Oo..., 900 IS
Atchison . 1,000 MH
Atchison Bid . .....
AtUnlle CoMt Lin'.,..,, ,,,.
nsltlmore A Ohio,. ......
lilblhm BtMl .....
llrooklra fttpia Transit.. 100 Mil
Canadian 1'aettlo ,., MOO Ulfc
CheMpUi & Ohio 1,100 UK
Chlf U. W......
Chloaco, M, & Bt. P.,., tOO'lOtU.
Ctlcr A N, Wi,,,,,,, .'-100 llS
ColoraOo V. A I , , , . IT
Consolldtled Ota 100 1UV4 1MU 1
Oeltwar A Hudson,...,. ......
Denrer A Mo arand....
Uenrer A R. O. ptd.... HO
Rrl , tOO
Rrl IU Tt
rant p'a. ...... .....
"Otr.oml Hictrio .fV,.... loo 1HH lliu
Orit Korthtrn titO....,,' 400 111 1S
urt rvonntm ore cut. 400
Illinois Omtrtt 100
Interborouiu Met ...... ZOO
Inter. Met ptd
tntornitloaal raper ......
Internstlonti lumn .....
Kansas Cltr Southern... 100
Lohlsh Vallr 900
duISTllle St KashTlll..
M Bt P. St 8. St. M. 100
Mlisourt, K. A T....., 200
Mlatourl Paeltlo ........ tOO
NstlonsI Dtocalt ......
Naliimat L4 k
Kl R. It of7M. Id ptd.. 100
New York Central....,,. 2,tC0
N. r., O. A W 100
Norfolk A Wtra too
KbrUwra I'acttlo tOOr tOSH 1MH
j(-vufo Mill ............. ....... ..... ..... la
Pennsylvania ., '0O ItlU MIOK 111
l-ooples Om KO UH 110 10
Proutd StMl Car...,.,,.,,,,,.'..,.,
Pullman Palact Car...,. 100 lis Ul
fluaainjt t.o, mv, 11114
nepubiio 1. a .,.... ... .....
nepublle lit pM ,
Hock Island Co..
Hock Island Oo. nfd 200 ssu sili
Seaboard Air Uiw....., :f
rracoara A. u pta...... 200 41K U
mim-DoaillHl O. m 4
nooinam iacma 1,700
fio. Railway ptd 904
Ttiat A Paciflo.......... 100
Union Paciflo ............
Union Paeltlo ptd , f.JCK)
United Btatst Realty..,, ......
United SUtat Rubber.,
United Btates Steel , l.toO
u, d, : pia..
Utah CopDer ,..
Va.-Carollns Chtmlcal ..
100 ' 101U
ViXUrn Maryland ,
Western Union ,..,
weatlnsbooaa Kloctrlo ........
....... I, . . n
1 UUt MJCI
tt 14 H
1H 111 IU
in ui in
lH. t04 ,
lo jo h,
., .. in
JSU 13V4 It '
tiH nil 5V4
nn mh u
1MU 1MU 1MU
n KH Mfi
H 27H 27T
im Mitt mg,
E1K KU K-Jti
..... ..... SOU,
New Vorlt atoney Markef.
V,, JTPnK; Ju,'r. MONBY-On
call. 2WSH per cent? last loans, 2H per
centi closing bid. per centi 'offered at
.par.nt Time foans, strong; sixty
days, my per cent; nlnetyvdays, 4S4H
per centi six months, a pit cent '
PRIME MEatCANTILB. PAPJR-a pep.
8TERLINO EXCirANOIS-Btcady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.8325
for sixty-day bills and at $4.6690 for de-
mandi commercial bills, $4.S2t.
SILVER Bar, Wio; Mexican rfoUsib, '
BONDS-Oovernment, weak; railroad,'
The following were the closing quota-,
tlons on bonds; ,
V. 8. rat, Si, r.. JS JK. a So. r. ..., t7
do coupon .!? S. lio.. tow
tJ. 8. S. r . U A N. unt S.... ISlJ
do coupon j;iMi K Is T. 1st 4s. IM4
B. 8. 4a. rts !H)fwd6 ?' K- 11
do coupon faeltl 4s.....f4ti
Panama ta coupon.. 101 do oonr. Sa Tt
A.-C. 1st ff ttfi.. JN Jl It 0t M 4HSTTH
Amr. A. Is....... JTfcJft Y p. ;. IHs. ... SO
A. T. A T. e. 4i.. tH do deb. 4s gu
Amer. Taco I. .111 N. T. N. V. tt It '
Armour Co. 4e ttvt sr. 8Ks t
AUhlsoa Sa. 4... JIVsN. a W. lata 4 IS
Sq ct. 4a 1W0 5,lv,T- IMii
do ct, ts...; SJHNo- iHeln, u tltC
X. O. U 1st 4s "J 4o ts vi
Bal. ft OhVJ 4i JHgl 8- I ride. Utt
dslVis l""!!?-S? r' JHrltllHii
Brook. Tr. . 4i... JH oon. 4. u
Can. ct Oa. Si...r..lOSVkIUadlni no. 4s. IIU
Ota. leather Si. ... Mils. L. A 6. T. ts 4s ITtt
Ove. Ohio 4Hs.. tlH do sea. Is
do osnV. 4U 7KBt U B, VT. o. it Tilt
Cnlcaso ft Z IHs. M 8. A L. sal. Si?...? it1
C D. A g. i. 4i. .. S9a. Pao. sol. 4..,. II H
do sia. 4i. tSU do cr. la...,;..,,, st
OMijn 4HS.101U do lit ret. 4s ltt
C R. I. 8b P. a. 44 f 1 Bo. Hallway Sa lot
do Its. 4 .....Tt do n. 4a,. TJV
C. St a. r 4 tlViVnton Pasltta .... MH
D. A It or. Ya..... S4H do cr. 4. , 7 Mi
ti. A R. O. r. St... etll do 1st ft nt. It. tl
DlatlllerV ts SiUU. 8. Rakhar U...100M
Brl p. U 4s...,., Sl)t. 8. Bt.l 14 Is... 1.2
do tea. ts HiV .C. Cham. fa.... m2
do BT, 4s. r, D. SIKWabaah UI A tx. 4SS0U
nl. On, 1st r. 4s to WeUra Sid. nt
1ntr. Mil. 4Ui T4.WMt, TOao. f., SU
Intir. Vf M. IU . Ill Wit rV.r,,-I . ' .
jp 4iiT h "
New York; Mlnlnsr Stoeltm,
NBW YORK, July JA-Closlna; ouota- ,
tlons on .nlnlng stocks: r -1
Oou. Tnnntl ttock.. SUttle Calif .......... S
. suexicaa to
,. ltOutarta ...,...,.,.r.,..S4
. ITillow Jackt 1$
Con. Cab A V
Iran BllTtr -WiTllla
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