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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913.
CITY PIUU'UltTV KOll SAUK.
flTY I'llOrKIlT KOll SALK.
citv rnormiTY koii samc.
CITY IMU1PRH.TY KOll SALE.
The Opportunity of a Life Time
A SOUTH OMAHA LOT
i Bring $10 with
you; it will be
L worth $11 at
the sale. $20
QO Secures a Lo
--x tt-i C'i tt t -i tne saie.
Down liien SI a Week sbewor,h
No taxes or interest until lot is fully paid. No payments when siok, no extras, perfect title, free abstract and warranty
. The price you pay is all you pay. You can start to build as soon as you pay your dollar. LOOK AT THESE PRICES:
$50.00 to $250.00
Only a Few Slightly Higher.
R TTVTTTVTTTTT Syndicate Hill is within walking distance of all of South Omaha's wonderful industries, whore
VL 1V x HlVl ID JiJCv. thousands of men are employed. You can build a house and lot the rent pay for it.
On the Ground, Will Bo Open Day and Night.
HOW MUCH RENT DO YOU PAY?
If you are a renter, do you realize that you maKe your landlord a
present of your house every ton years?
The following figures show the amount of rent you will pay In
ten to thirty years, with 6 per cent Interest, compounded annually.
In 10 years. . .
Ja 15 years. . .
In 20 years. . .
In 25 years. . .
In 30 years. . .
In 10 years. . .
In 15 years. . .
In 20 years. . .
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In 30 years. . .
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. ., 2,703.10
In 20 years.
In 25 years.
In 30 years.
In 10 years.
In 15 years.
In 20 years.
In 25 years.
In 30 years.
In 10 years.
In 15 years.
In 20 years,
In 26 years,
In 30 years,
00 PER MONTH.
00 PER MONTH.
SYNDICATE HTLL IS BEAUTIFUL
High and sightly lots, cIobo to church and sohool, with
in walking distance of South Omaha's industries. Stop pay
ing rent. Own a home in Syndicate Hill. It is in the center
of a choice residence soction of the city, close to two car
lines. An ideal place to livo.
HOW TO REACH SYNDICATE HILL
Take a 24th street car, got off at 24th and O streets and
take a car running through stock yards past the Exchange
Building out west L street to end of car line. The lot aro
only a feW blocks west on L street from the end of car line.
Our automobile will meet you at the car line and will take
you to and from the addition. '
Syndicate Hill lies between 44th and 48th and from
L to I Btreets.
Soft? - BRING YOUR DOLLAR - ?0Sih?
We are on the ground every day. Contracts delivered on the ground.
We sell day and night.
CONTRACTORS, CARPENTERS and BUILDERS should bo at the sale. Hundreds of prospective buyers will be there.
This is your chance to get in touch with parties who are ready to build. Send some one to represent you or your company.
HUNDREDS. WERE DISAPPOINTED AT OUR LAST SALE, WESTMORELAND, BY BEING- TOO LATE. REMEMBER
WE SOLD $20,000 WORTH OF LOTS DURING THE FIRST TWO HOURS OF THE SALE. YOU CAN POINT TO HUN
DREDS OF OPPORUNITLES THAT YOU LET SLD? BY. Take advantage by coming early. Now is the timo for your boy
or girl to start the foundation for a home. Bring your boy or girl to the sale. Help them pick out a lot. They will never
miss $1.00 a week.
Phone Doug. H. H. HARPER and 1013-14 City National Bank Bldg.
2 5 9 6 GEORGE C. FLACK Corner 16th and Harney Streets.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
KAUM fc 11ANCJI l,A.UH FOIl SALTS
We Can Get You
on Your Money
lr amounU 1300 to 11,000: six months to
five years' time. Over 3100,000 back of the
HASTINGS & HBYDEN,
1614 Harney Bt.
fi, CITY LOANS, Ilemls-Carlberg Co..
u 210-12 nrandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co,
LARGE loans our specialty. Btul Uros.
HARRIBON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
' . REAL ESTATE.
fa Vim t nAweii lanus on salb
If you want the best bargain In the
Unltsd States for .a. stock. ranch, we have
It In an 880-acre tract In northern Florida
will divide. . , .
If you want the best ranch bargain In
Nebraska, we have It In a 600-acre ranch
In Custer county. ,
We also have a nice SO-acre form in
Pierce county, Nebraska,
If interested, write now.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
613 Faxton Block. Douglas 1722.
60 ACRES near Pacific Junction. Ia.;
40 acres In crop, balance pasture; worth
1100 an acre: want an offer.
240 two and a half miles from Modale.
Ia., price. 3125 per acre; fine farm; all
In high state cultivation; good Improve
nients; must be sold.
160 acres in Boyd county. Nebraska;
good farm; price. 345 an acre.
100 acres In Dixon county, Nebraska;
price. JS0 per acre. ,
IN acres In Dixon county, Nebraska;
WESTERN nEAL ESTATE CO..
413 Karbach Ulk. Omaha, Neb.
FOUND 320-c-re nomestead In tettled
neighborhood. Fine farm land, no said
hill. Cpst you 3175. filing fees and all
J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
FOn SALE One of the best alfalfa
farms In Buffalo county. Neb., two mites
from Shelton; good buildings, fenced and
cross fenced; rural delivery and tele
phone: suitable for hog ranch or gen
eral, farming. Snap, For particulars ad
dress A. D. Dickinson, Shelton. Neb.
FOR BALE 160 acres one and a half
(1M) mllen east of Cushtng, Neb. All good
rich soli and In the center of the wheat
belt In the Loup river valley: 114 acres
under cultivation, 8 acres In alfalfa, 6
icres In clover and timothy, 8 aerea In
pasture. 24 acres In prairie meadow;
rood three barbed-wire fence, well and
windmill, barn and granary; five-room
louse, one story high and partly new; )90
in acre; (,000 cash, if sold before rented;
balance at 6 per cent on five years' time.
William Sehinlcber. Pushing. Neb.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
FARM A XIANCII I. A MIS FOR SALB
100-ACRE. Improve, Loup county, sac
rifice. Owner Is "up against It" and will
aelr- under the hammer price. This land
U priced at $25 per acre and carries an
incumbrance of 11,700. It produces good
crops regularly, Located near the county
seat. We have been authorized to offer
It at ilS.i-er acre. Make us your offer.
. SHOl'EN & CO., Omaha. Neb.
LAUGH stock range, good for summer
And winter; for full wUcUlari address
owner. H. A. Leach, Wells, Nevada.
ANOTHER EXCURSION OF FARMERS
TO NEW YORK, AUQUBT srin.
ir you are looKina iui ......
ment, Mr. Nebraska Farmer, you cannot
afford to miss tne oppuriuimj m o
the excursion of Nebraska farmers to
western New York lands, which leaves
Omaha Saturday, August Sth, via ths
You will bo In company of farmers who
aro going to make a critical Inspection
of this land, and who know when they
sefi a good farm.
If some one wanted to give you $1,000
a year, would you take It?
The New York farmer, because of his
proximity to the world's greatest mwrket,
and the consequent high prices of his
crops, and because of a larger average
yield, gets from $8 to 111 more per acre
for his farm products than the Nebraska
farmer. That's from 3600 to 11.000 more
on a hundred acre farm.
Do you want that extra $1,0007
At least come and see how the New
York farmer does It. Come and see the
favmfl pnmfartnbll homes.
convenient arangements, and big crops of
The trip will open your eyes to the fact
that these farms present the best oppor
tunities for development or Investment,
of any farms on the market today. Prices
are lower than In the middle west.
Here are some of the farms the excur
sionists will see:
"A PEACH OF A PLACE"-16S acres,
finely Improved, only $7S per acre. $11,400.
Near two cities, Waterloo and Geneva;
well arranged 14-room house; three barns,
three wells, diversity of crops grown;
1,000 peach trees already planted. Neigh
bor receives $22,000 fpr peach crop from
ftfty acres In one year. Reasonable
"LAKE VIEW FARM"-120.W acres, all
In cultivation except 7 acres of pasture;
$110 per acre, $11,300. TwelVe-room hous
and bams that could not be reproduced
for less than $7,(00: full bearing five-acre
apple orchard and many young fruit
trees; soil sq fertile that it produces big
ger crops every year than the best land
In the Middle West averages; situated
on west shore of beautiful Cayuga Lake.
Near three towns. Good terms.
FARM NO. 22S-1 acres. 88i60 per acre,
$6,700. Two small farms thrown into one,
with two sets of Improvements, each con
sisting of house and barns, natural drain
age, stream runs through land, Hlx acres
of pasture and four of second growth
' New York.
timber. Surrounded by other good farms.
Half mile from McDougall.
FARM NO. 221.-137 acres, $70 per acre,
$9,000. Big- bargain, In midst of region
of farms of great fertility. Good land
though a little rolling. Five-acre orchard;
twenty acres wood and pasture. Cobble
stone house that would cost $5,000 today.
Three barns. Only one mllo from church
FARM NO. 217-128 acres, $85 per acre,
$10,880. Good soil, only partly tilled.
Eight-room house, two barns. Big snap
for active farmer.
Write for our circular. "The Man From
Nebraska." and learn what he says abovU
New York farms. If you plan to make
this trip with us we must know at once,
to make sleeping reservation.
Payno Investment Company,
FIFTEENTH AND FARNAM 8TB.
WANTED TO BUY,
ttl J.5hW.S? "JffiX highest price.
at bargain. State condition, price. P. tog.
WANTED a second-hand pony phaeton
Sr.trttPr; 9mm.un,c.10. .WJ'! Samuel
j-ic ypu wait, to., jtotei j onnson
Slightly used high grade; piano. W. tu.
LIVE STOCK MARKET! OP WEST.
Ship live stock to Bouth Omaha. Have
mileage and shrinkage. Tour consign,
menu receive prompt and careful atten
Livo Stock Canmlulon MereJuaatta.
MARTIN PROS, & CO.. Wxchange Bldg.
TOO LATB TO CLASSIFY.
EXPERIENCED saleslady for women's
gloves and underwear; steady position.
Address O 24. care Bee.
NEW YORK, Aug. 1. METALS Lead,
steady, at $4.46; at Londan, 2Q 6s. Spell
t $6.62V4S.e7k: at London.
J0. fv.J.Cowcr' tronr; standard
W'"'7 b,d August to October. 814.37
(&14.CT: electrolytic, $li.4fl5.37; lake,
$li.dl5.60; casting, $15.12. Tin quiet
spot, f40.(&40.7S; August. $40.5040,M;
Bsptember, fa.K&Vi.a. Antimony, nomt
nal; Cookson's, IS.403S.CO. iron, steady
and unchanged. London markets closed
as follows; Copper, steady; spot and fu
tures, 67 7s ti. Tin, strong: spot and
futures, tlH 10c Spelter, 23 lis (A. Lead.
jCIO 6. Iron, Cleveland warrants, bit
3T. LOUIS, Aug. 1. METALS Lead :
Firm. $14ZH. Hpelter: Firm, $1.44.
Jfeiv York General Market.
M NEW YORK, Aug. 1. HUaAR-IUw
firm: muscovado, $.Mc; contrlfugol, J.4c;
n-olanses, 2.83c Refined firm; moluses
HUTTER Rtraitv! r,!n. c ui ...l...
iicnuieiy cairaa, Ji'c: ursts.
HU., .t.l. "ViLnii. L"'
price. eie; proctae extras, 24iK1So;
Imitation creamery first. 21c; factory.
June make. flrsU. 23,4c: factory. XiJL
make, firsts, 22c, packing stock, current
make. No. 1. 21Hc r"nl
CHEEBE Steady: rfcelpts, 2.211 boxes;
state whole milk fresh colored special.
HViHHo: etate whole milk, fresh white
poclals, HUc: skims. StPllc.
EGGB Irregular: recefpU. 14.100 cases:
fresh gathered extras, 2tfl!27c: extra
firsts, 2SHc; firsts, 2ft32ic; Pennayl
vanlan and nearby hennery vhltes, as to
site and Quality. 2633c: Pennsylvania
and nearby hennery gathered whites, 2&g
we, western gainerea wnues, Zlipxic.
POULTRY Bimdv: nhlnkrn. ffm
fowls, 16Ho: turkeys. 13c. Dressed poultry
!'l,umv "sn itiiiea western cmcxens.
I821c; fowls, 16Hqi8o; turkeys. 18310c.
Cr and Wheat neatun Malletln.
United States Department of Agriculture,
weatner Bureau, for Omaha, for the
twenty-four Hours encmg at a. m.. 78th
nieriuian time, r nuuy, August i, J31I:
OMAHA DIBTR.IC1 STATIONS.
Btatlon. High. Low. fall. sky.
Ashland, Neb... 84 66 .00 Clear
Auburn, Neb... 8$ 60 .00 Clear
Broken Bow ... 83 42 .00 Cleur
Columbus, Neb. 81 63 .00 Clear
Culbertson M 47 .00 Clear
Falrbury. Neb., M 61 .00 Clear
Fairmont, Neb. 83 61 .00 Clear
Grand Island ..85 63 .00 Cloudy
Hartlngton 82 66 .00 Clear
Hastings, Neb.. 84 68 .00 clear
Holdrege, Neb., $7 54 .00 Clear
Lincoln, Neb... 8 68 .00 Clear
North Platte,. 82 48 .00 Clear
Oakdale, Neb... 21 63 .00 Clear
Omaha 80 62 .00 Clear
Tekamah, Neb.. 84 62 .CO Clear
'Valentine 80 60 .00 Clear
Alta, Ia 83 67 .00 Clear
Carroll, Ia 82 66 .00 Clear
Clartnda. Ia.,.. 87 60 .00 Clear
Sibley, la 80 43 .00 Clear
Sioux City, Ia. 82 62 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve hour
penoa enaing at s a. m.
District. Station. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 18
Louisville, Ky... 23
Indianapolis .... 14
Chicago, 111 24
St. Louis. Mo... 19
Des Moines, Ia.. 22
Kansas City .... 24
Moderate temperatures prevailed In the
western portion of the corn and wheat
region during tne last twenty-iour noura
They continued high In the east and soutl:
portions during Thursday, but are mucli
lowar in those aeatlona this mornlnir,
Showers occurred along the Mississippi
river from Dubuque to St. Louis, and
rain were quite general in tne laxe ra
glOn. Lt. A. WJDljqjl,
Local Forecaster Weather U'jeu,
NEW YORK. Aug. 1. COTTON fl Dot
quiet; middling uplands, 12.10c; gulf,
U.36c; sales, 1.200 bales.
The close was barely steady as a re
sult of realizing, but 8 to 14 points higher.
Futures closed steady, Closing bids
August, 11.79c; September, 11.43c; October,
11.34c: November, 11.30c; December, 11.22c:
January, 11.24c: February, 11.22c; March,
11.33c: April, 11.33c; May, U.37c.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. l.-COTTON-8pot,
moderate business, middling fair, 7.17d;
good middling, &37t; middling, 4.67d; low
middling, 6.37d; good ordinary, 6.89d;
odlnary, t.66d; sales, 7,000 baes.
NEW YORK, Aug. l.-COFFEB-Re-ports
of easier cost and freight led to a
weaker ruling of the coffee market to
day. Opening steady at 9 to 12 decline,
encouraged by lower rabies from Europe,
the market worked off 2 to 3 points, with
tho close steady at 10 to 19 loss. August.
8.Mc; September, S.OJc; October, i.llo;
December, 9.S3c, January, $.300; March,
9.43c; May, 9.64c; July, 9.61 Spot mar
ket, steady; Rio 7s, 3Hc; Santos No, 4,
lio, mild, dull, Cordova, lA&lCHc
96 70 .10
100 72 .00
98 70 .00
92 60 .30
98 70 .OH
84 66 .0)
84 64 .0)
92 60 .0)
84 62 .00
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Corn Shorts Get Rapped Across Their
WEATHER CUTS THE OFFERINGS
Drouth nnil Sever Deterioration In
Many State Reduces Knur Sales
of the Yellow Cerrol to
OMAHA, August 1, 1912.
TVl n T..I.. 1 -.. ,
across their speculative knuckles on the
Board of Trade yesterday.
inoso wno put out short lines tor ie
very In July doubtless felt that thero
'OHM bo trouble In securing enough of
standing contracts, but In this they were
sadly mistaken. Tho drouth and the
severe deterioration In many sections of
the west cut down the offerings of cash
wn to a minimum. This brought par
tial disaster to tho shorts, while It made
big money for tho longs. Word was re
ceived here yesterday that In sections of
the south Hiid southwest farmers are
feeding wheat In tho absence of corn.
llePorta telllnc nf ho fort. v... ..
The shorts In July corn refused to go
"mi tho pit and try to mako purchases
,w unwvtrcu mat it was im
pose hin ill Kill-. ,.. ... .1.1.......
They have been buying quietly, but per-
sllslTAnffTl a m . . . . . w .
nil, i!i wookb past, it was
- .icrunjr mat large private sottlt
ments were mude with the longs on
Wednesday afternoon, as the shorts
were enabled by this notion to save
money rather than go Into the pit and
higher nn vurii waa jiviHO
fJi? UVal on wht wns decidedly
weak yesterday, ns shown by the loss of
3?. .. .i"8 "'y fu'uro. For several days
SJUL thB "trongth In corn has been of
mSC i" '.I, a.il,,anc to wheat and It
may possibly have restrained the bears
5? . yterday, but the conditions
th i, tno ona'' Prospects for
who. .I . . l,,e Prflet. Cash
Oata fnllnw,) 1 1. n ,v, , .
IM?& &' Ca.TnoaYs
Clenranr,f im,.. . a ... . .
i.r. nnu nuur equal to
058.000 bu.; corn. 34.003 bu.; oats, 2t!ooo bu.
higher and corn Hd lower to Wd hlghilv
J.IlSly Vlieat receipt- were L9"ooo bu.
and shlnmnta r tti.mi .'..vr
Ll$' "hlpmenu of
u4. 4o i cur.
I rlninrv rnm T-A.ir . ... .
and sh in.nni. V m". V."'" DU-
..TV miftry 0ftt" rceljts were 131.000 bu
and shlnmnnt nf mVi ... "
cini nf i Vim V ,VUU "gainsi re.
SstoW bu. iSryear!
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
KVic, No, 3 wheat. 84Hffi6ci Heplember,
8iH0. I)mmh.r fttttartnUc : Mav. USHn.
COKN-No. 3 yellow, 0fl!ic.
OATS-No. 8 white, ViN0c.
'jy-No. 2. CMf7c.
ClIICAtlO OltAI.N AND 1MIOVISIONS
Keaturea of the TrndlnR and Closlnir
friers on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. Aug. 1. DroBdcnlng out of
speculative buying swept corn price to.
day to the highest point of the season,
staggering crop damages undisputed and
further Injury cortnln, If good rains do
not soon come, gave the punhusInK'
moement extraordinary force. Tho mar
ket closed firm at an advance of lMflttc
to 2 ,U2ViC Other leading staples, too,
n, snoweu net gaUia wheat, lfllHo to 1'4
JflHCi oats, 1U1V.0, and provisions i0y
lOxcllement attending the trade In corn
manifested Itself nt tho first tap of the
bell. City and country alike rushed to
the buying side. Many dealers who sold
yesterday were buying today and there
was a notable Increase of luvestmont or
ders from the southwest. Tho 0lclal
forecast of continued dry weather tonight
and tomorrow was largely responsible.
8uoh unusual oondltlons had already
been brought about by the crop damage,
actual nml prospective, that Missouri
river cities today wera selling cum to
ship Into Kansas, ordinarily u banner
state In the ralslnr of corn. It was also
stated that Ft. Louis merchants were ac
quiring corn from farmers within sixty
miles of Chicago for southwest shipment
up to February next. Omaha reported a
sharp demand for corn to go south to
sections whero the new crop was said to
Despite heavy profit-taking by holder
of corn, prices at no time underwent any
Important reaction. On the contrary, not
a few enthusiasts near the cloeu wero
talking of the possibility of a further
rise to the rarely equaled height of 70c a
Wheat ascended with com, Influenced
by assertions that farmer would hold
wheat for feed, as being cheaper and
more available than corn for thAt l"r
podo. Uood export call was also effective
against the bears.
Oats displayed buoyancy In the absence
of selling pressure. Aa In corn, most of
tho offerings were to take profit, with
sellers frequently reinvesting when the
market failed to weaken.
Advances In grain and hogs carried pro
visions along. Longs realised, but only
on the hard spots.
NEW Y0RKST0CK MARKET
Government Move to Aid Crop Move
ment Has Little Effeot.
RECEIVED WITH RESENTMENT
Lrirnl Itlicht of Washington to Ac
cept Commerelnl Paper na Col
Intrral for Federal Deposits
Artlclel Open, I High,
Duluth " " bt
Winnipeg .. . w
Whinf v0nVl.n1ca?h were "ported:
nii. ?.' narU winter: 4 oars, 81c: 6
F-!80'0! "c.a". No. 3 hard w n-
i tury. bic i car, 8io ; 3 cars. SOiioi
car, 80Hc. No. 4 mixed: I car. Tc; live
o. x: i car, 64V4o; 1 car, 64Uc. No 3- 1
8 cars. JSVic; 3 cars, 68iio. No. I yellow:
wt No yow: 2 cars, 7Hc 1
car, 67c. No. 2 mixed: 3 cars, 68c. No. 3
nilxod: 8 cars, esc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
7Kc; 3 cars, 67Vio; 3 cars, 07c. No grade
cars. firC(. Nn a vm a nnJ w s
a "lllivt VHIIi Wb ig
grade: 1 car, SSc.
umana cash PricesWheat: No. 2. 80
82c; No. 3 hard, 79(9SlHci No. 4 hard, 770
Jr?C.0' 3 Pr'ng. itto: no, 4 spring,
79!6f6mc; No. 2 durum. 7931Via: No. 3
No. 2 yellow, O8U0J8Ho; No, S yellow, $c;
No, i yellow, 67tf7ici No. S, USOOoi
No. 3, CSc; No. it 07(&xn94o; no ffrade mp
39ic; No. 3 white. S9K939K0S No. i
white, Wi039o, liarley: Maltlnir, TsQci
No. 3. 61HC20.
OMAHA amrmrtAk. MAmicnT.
. DUTTEItNo, L 1-lts cox son, 2C Na.
1. 60-lb. tub,, zjttoj No. 2. 28c,
FlSlI-Whlte, fresh, oj trout, fresh.
lCc largo crapplea, fresh, 13o; 6ponlU
mackerel, Uc; shad roe. per pair, 40ot
salmon, fresh, 16o; halibut, .fresh, 10c;
buffalo, 9o; bullheads. Uc; cliannel cat
fish, 13c: pike, 16a; pickerel, llo.
CUEESE-lmported Bwlsn, On; Ameri
can Bwlss, 26o; block Swiss, 24a; twins,
17o : daises. 17o; triplets, 17Hc Toung
Americas, 18a .blue label brick 17o; Urn
berger, 2-1 b., 22c; New York, white 19o.
VOULTHr-Urollers, 26U'ia per lb.;
hens, ice; cocks, 12 Ho: ducks, lSGflXJ!
geese, l8o turkeys, 20S2So pigeons, .per
dox., 8L20; roosters. Do; ducks, full lea
thered, 12V4c: geese, full feaihored, Uo;
sauabs. No, i. 31.60; No. X 60a
Beef cut prices: No. 1 ribs, 17Ha; No. 2
ribs, 1614c; No. a ribs, If. No. 1 loins,
19Kc; No. 2 loins, Ufio: No. 2 loins, 10c.
No. 1 chucks, mlo; No. 2 chucks, llo;
No. 3 chucks, 10V&O. No. 1 rounds, 16o;
No. 2 rounds, 14&c: No. 3 rounds, ltc.
No. 1 plates, 7ic, No. 2 plates, 7J4c; Na
3 plates, fltto.
iJrhS..f0,l.ow,n Prie are furnished by
the Qlllnsky Fruit company:
FKUITB-Callfornla lleurre Hardy or
Itussett Ilartletts. Der box. 12. 2.',' iLhnt
lots, 32.1S; Wlckson large gieen plums, per
crate, 12.00; plums, per box, 11.76; Grant
ilium, per crate, i.w; large DiUj piums,
per crate, 12.00. Pears: Uartletts, per box,
32.76; 6-box loU, J.66. Peaches: ElberU,
11.10. Apples: Duchess or Transparent,
per bushel, owing to Quality. Ibcmi.uo
Cantaloupes: Arizona standard, per
orate, $3.60; Arltona Pony, per crate, 33.00;
Arlxona Jumbo, per crate, 33.00. Hud rasp
berries: Per 24-Dlnt case. 22.60. rirani.
Extra fine Vatenclas. 126, 233 sites, per
uox, o.w nunKist vaiencios, ili), ts.60;
,u, w, m jj.r uua, ,f,l, X'Ota-
toes: Largo Cobbler, per bushel. UOc.
Orapefrult: Florida, Indian river, 41 64.
64 sites, 110.00. Onions: California large
yellow. Per lb.. 8c. Cranberries: Kv.nn.
rated, carton containing 36 packages, per
crate. 12.00. Lemons: Extra fancv Hi,,..
klst, 300s and SWs, por box. 110.00; extra
cnoice iteu uuw, juua ana swe, per box,
19.00. Tomatoes: Home grown, per mar
ket nasKet craie uoc; o-cruto lots. coo.
If T.-'nTr'P A 1 1 T .ITMT.tu Ia l. ..i.
bier, per bushel 90c. Onions, California,
lurge yellow, per pound, 2Wc. Tomatoes
homegrown, per market bosket, 66a; ft.
crate lot, 00a Watermelons, Alabama
fcweet, per pound, mo; 6-crate lots, ptr
MiaCELliANEOUS Roasting ears, ptr
doten, lie; Michigan celery, per doxen
36c; Mott's elder, per keg, 33.60; Nehawka
cider, per keg, (126: asparugus, per doten,
(0c; rhubarb, per dosen, 'Me; onions, per
dozen, 20c; new beets, carrots, turnips
per d isan, 30c; parsley, per dozen, 40a;
iad.'H, per dozen, 20c; head lettuce, par
doten, f 1.00; homegrown leaf lettuce, per
doten, 20o I green peppers, per basket,
60c; wax or green beans, per biuket.
11.00; hothouse cucumbers, ped dot., 40c
to 60c: cauliflower, per pound, 10 to l2V4o:
Venetian garlic, ptr Pound. 12Ho; new
cabbage, per pound, 3a; eggplant, per
doten, 31.60; horseradish. 2 doton bottles
in case, per case. 31.90; Dromedary brand
dates, package, 33.00; Anchor brand dates,
package, 125; walnuts. No. 1 aoft shelE
per pound, 20c; medium pecans, per pound.
13 He; Jumbo pecans, per pound, 16c; giant
pecans, Louisiana paper shell, per pound.
t6c; filberts, per pound, 16c; Drake al
monds, per pound, 15c: paper shell, Uo:
Ilratlls, per pound. lOc: large washed!
per pound, 12c; black walnut, per pound,
fcttci raw No. 1 peanuts, per pound. 7o;
J u in be peanuts, p.r pound. 8o; roast pea.
nuts, per pound. 8Hc; snell bark hickory
nuts, per pound, 4c; rge hickory nuts,
per pound, 3c; white rice popcorn, per
pound, 4a; cheakers, per 100-package case,
81.60; checkers, per 60-package case, L7J;
Leslie berry boxes, quarts, per 1.000, 32.73.
Liverpool drain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 1, WHEAT Spot
steady; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s 9d: No. 2, 7s
6'id; No. 2. 7s 2Vid: futures firm; Octo
ber. 7 2Md; December, 7s 2d.
COIIN Spot steady; American mixed,
new, kiln dried, 6a 6Ud: American mixed,
old, via Oalveeton, 6s IVid; futures steady;
Heptember, Iul'lata, 4a Wid; October,
Mlnnenpolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 1, WHEAT No.
1 hard, 90o; No. 1 northern. 8S3V4o; No.
2 northern. iCQS7c; No. S hard Montana,
20 90 '
Low. I Close.l Yes'y.
NEW YORK. AUff. l.-Contrary to ex
pectations in eomo Quarters the Inten
tion of tho government to deposit fiindn
to expedite, tho movement of crops to
market foiled to ex'erbtso more than a.
momentary stimulating cfrect on secur
ity values today, in financial quarters
tho statement dealing 'with this matter
was received with - some resentment,
thero being a disposition to question tho
legal right of Washington to accept com
mercial paper as collateral for federal
Othbr developments. Including the first
real "crop scare" of tliei xeaxon, and tho
government's unfavorable estimate for
cotton 'wero moro disturbing and far
reatihlng. Advices, morn or les authori
tative. Indicated further severe damage
to corn by reason of the extended drouth
In tho southwest, and .corrr, options roo
excitedly at lendlmr markets. Hharca of
road's in the souin ana eoutnwrai were
Correspondingly depressed. -Tim
mnvnnient snread until It embraced
practically all railroad Kroups, almost the
solo exception being lJaltlmore & Ohio.
Illinois central reii lower man on tno
day of Its dividend reduction, while New
York Central and some of Its allied
road. Atchison and Pennsylvania, all of
which submitted adverse July reporM.
were under more or less pressure. A
sharp break in Mexican rallroada second
nreierrea cauou attention m, i -
creasing financial cmbiCrrassmentB ot
the Mexican repuuuc, witn f nu t
early suspension Of fWcal obligations.
TOO local money, iiiitrncv
was unchanged, savo tor n stlffenltig of f)
ninety day ocommpdatlon?. rhe gen-
erni mrppiy won imuici, "
of Interior offerings. The movomentln- tl
dlcated ft gain xor ino irnn ui j
34000. . , . IMIn
Tho general oonu m " ,
to vleld. with sharp declines In Pcu-
latlvo. Issuca. .a?vernmon t ana xan-
Snnaca."l.R 0To?aTUe. p value werp
''Number of sales and closing quotation
on stocks were: . k .
iUaJasautrt .IJswer ... , JJ fiC 4
11 7HI 11 12
11 63-60 11 37(i
10 23H 10 10
Chicago Caah Prices Wheat: No. red.
new, 87tfS7io; no. reo, new, etmnfio; no.
1 hard. new. 87U(fr83ci No. 2 hard, new,
87U4t8c: No. 3 hard, new, SOMaWVici No.
1 northern. lHfl2ttc; No. 2 northern. W
lc; No. 3 northern, SSnoOc; No. 2 spring,
82b8c; velvet pharf, 8W8Jcl durum, 841P
89c. Corn: No2, CSHo; No. 2 white,
WVio; No. a yeuow, wviWusMo; no. t, uv
CSHoi No. 3 white, V8HUWC; no. 3 yeuow,
G8Ua8ttc: No. 4. C7mi37Ko; No. 4 white,
68i8Vio; No. 4 yellow. 67MrZWtta Oata:
No. White, new, 42i442V4o; No. 3 white,
nnw. 4lUo No. 8 white, old. 40H4W2lio: No.
4, iSViGWHai No. 4 white, new, 41o; No. 4
wnite, OIU, tia; iuuiuwu, now, inr
42Up; standard, old, 42Ut;43Ho. Rye: No,
2, new, 63Hdc3c. Darloy: 48O04o. Tim
othy: 33.7MM.75. Clover: Nominal. Pork!
322.00. Lard: 311.62H. nibs: IU.ZSU12.Z3.
POT ATOEB Lower, at C0dilo; receipt,
EOOB unohanged; at mark, cases in
cluded, IKJIIol ordinary firsts, 16Ht;iCV4o;
POULTRY Alive lower: hens. 14c:
springs, 17c; turkeys, 11&
St. I.ools Oenernl Sfnrket.
8T. LOUIH, Aug. 1. WHEAT No. 2
Ted. 84HJtW4c; No. 2 hard, UVIW.
September. Kmc! Decemuor, wc.
CORN-No. 2, 60i9Ho: No. 2 white,
70V4o; September, 6!y4o; December, 65V4W
OATS No. 2, 39ii040Uo; No. 2 white,
4lH1f42o; September, 41 Ho; December,
viloim-Eaiv: red winter patents
34.66W4.75: extra fancy and straight, 83.60
04.25; hard winter clears, ts.iwnfj.no.
BRAN Quiet: sacked east track, 00
iniir.Tll.Y Firm: chickens. 12o: spring.
16Via; turkeys, 18a; duckn, 12Hc; geese, 10c.
uurricit vjuieti creamery, oc.
P1HH HltiallV. UUt
Flour, bbls 7,wo 13,'
Whl. bu i. .202.000 14LI
Corm bu 40,000 14,000
Oats, bu 63,090 46,000
Mllwnnltep Mrnln Mnrknt.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Aug.it WHEAT
No. 1 northern, 91Q92a; No. 2 northern,
DOUtiOlo; Ny. Z hard, winter, 87fiS8c; Sep-
tomber, 87: uecemner, wjo.
CORN-No. 3 yellow. e7MiC8o: No.
white. OSVVOtSo; No. 3. ttWPHot Septem
ber, 68HOmKa; uecomoer, mivtfwc.
H10PORT OK CLISAIllNa 1IOU8IB
Transactions of Associated Danka
for tho Week.
NHW YORK. Aug. 1. nradstreet's
bank clearings report for the week ending
July 21 shows an aggregate of 32,713.-
iiv.uw, aa against last weak
and $2,791,764,000 Ir. the corresponding week
last year, following is a flat or the
m W UIHj 1J8
'100 l'iiii "iiiii in
200 ' ios' iu lo'i
Atn.rlotn Cn pHu".""
Am.rlcw a & F...
Am.tlcan Cotton Oil
Am. ice BurllH
Ainrlc.fi l.lniMu ........
America locomotUe ..,
Atntrtcatt B. s ,";:
Aro.rtc.n B. e H.
Am. Huc.r iwniiin......
,Mrli..n TobAQOO ...... ......
Antcond Mining Co.... . 400.
Atthtaon ro "
AtUntlo Co"t Lin.
niftltlmora St OMo , J
ll.lhl.hem BlNl 00
1 .... D mni.lk Tr ...... BOO
C.ntrsl Leather JW Wji
nh..at.ik, t Oh o 4,700 tsst
Chtc.tu O. W... .........
Chltaio. M. Bt. P...
Colorado Fukl a Iran,...
(loniolldated .01 ..
Delaware a iiuaroa
DtRT.r A lllo Oran4e
D.nTtr a It. O. ptd
lUttllliM' BecttritUs ...I.
Krl. lit p4 l.55
Krt 34 ItJ.... 1M
Ortttt Northern rid ,
Orest Nortlura Ore ctta.
llltnol. Cantrat .,.
inter. Met. PM
International iiarrener.. ......
lottr-Marloe pti .1 109
international I'aptr 400
ictersationai rwroo .....
Kanau Cltif Boutbenv.. 100 !74 27
1 i , r 1. a . . . . . ....
L.Wali Vall.r 3X lH
liulall, a NaahTllle.. 100 1H
M.. Bt. 1. a 8. St. M. 100 IN
'Mliaourl, K. T.. ...... 300 H .
Mlnourl I'.ctllo 1.1 00
National liUoull 100 UIU
KUtlnnai Lead .....
N. It. U. of M. 2d pfd.. 700
New York Central 1,400
n. 1,, u. & v.......
Norfolk a Weatern. 400 1MH
Mrth American 100 M
Northern Pacltl LCOO 10914
l'aetflo Mall ........... too tOU
PennerlTanla , LK4 U114
elDPl'a Oas ,.
P., O., a St. L
I'reieed Btrnl Car..... .....
Pullman l'tlae. Car
...a. a, 1U
211(4 JHW ,,
2SH JM4, 11
33 ' 34 J
14V4 140 'iC
lit m h
tOO JOT, 30H
CITIES. Amount Inc. Deo,
New York 31.494,629,000 9
Chicago 218, 200,000 e.l
Boston 123,451,000 11.1
Philadelphia 144,163.000 6.4
Bt. Louis G3.610.O00 1,7
Pittsburgh 63,048,60 2.7
Kansas City 63,279,000 9,2
Han Francisco 41.647,000 15,8
Ualtlmore 32,860,000 2.9
Cincinnati 23.517,000 6.7
Minneapolis 17,441,0(0 8.7
Los Angeles ,. 17,605,000 3,1
Cleveland 23,659,000 9,7
(Detroit 22,706,000 S .6
New Orleans 14,139,000 H.6
OMAHA 18.191,000 9.1
Louisville 11,722,000 16.8
Milwaukee 12,464,000 4.7
Scuttle 11.10U.00O 4.5
Portland, Ore 8.682.0CO 2.1
St, Paul 10,471.000 8,3
Denver 6.K82.000 3
Indianapolis 7,718,000 7.7
Halt Lake City 4,62,OM J 22.8
Columbus 6.957,0C0 19.8
Toledo 4,821.000 10.4
Duluth 3,634,000 43,8
Des Moines 4,012,000 11.5
Tacomtt 2.0il,000 10.7
Oakland 2,740.000 . 18.1
Peoria 8.108,000 12.
Ban Diego 2.169,00)
'Dayton 2,630,000 24.1
Hacramentn 1,781,000 21.8
Cedar Rapids 1,241.000 lo.at
Waterloo 1,422,000 27.3
Springfield, III OfcO.OCO 18.3 ......
Qulncy. ltf- W4.0W S1.0
Rloomlngton. III.... 478.0001 11.8
Ogden, Utah 645.0uo 11.8
Decatur. Ill 676,000 45.9
Jacksonville, III 5SM 46-7,
Washington Z'252'2 S i
St. Joseph 7'3SS2 J-i
Lincoln 1.904.000 21.0
Iltpublio I. a 8 IO0 llu.
Hrpubllo I. It. 8. ptd.... 300 MU, . j
nock litand Co 400 i:u IT
Hock laland Co. pfd 700 2H II
at. I B. P. 2d ptd.. 100
Seaboard Air Line...,,.. 100 1011 1IU
Keaboerd A. L. pfd 100 4h 41V4
Bloaa-Bheffleld B. ft I
Houtlurn I'aclllo 4,100 tt n
flouthrm Hallway 300 34 33U,
na. juuwer pia.
Texas a Pacific ,
Union IHcIIIq , 1,)00 14IH 14TU
Union I'aclfla pfd 200 34 '83U
United States Ilealtr...
United HUtei ltubber... " my
United SUtea Steel,,.,.. 30,200
U H. Bteel ptd TOO
Utah Copper 3.100
v .Carolina Cbamleni
Wabaeb , ,, ,
Wubeah pfd 900 7U. TU
Weatern Maryland ..." , '
Weatern Union ,
weaumnouM Electrlo .. 400 OK Sill U"
Total salea for the day, lr,60o aharea. '
New York Sfonef Market.
NEAV YORK, Aug. l.-JlONBY-On call,
steady at 22J4 per cent; ruling rate. t
per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent; offered
ot 214 per cent. Time loans, firm; Blxtw
days, 3HC4 per cent; ninety days, 4J
per cent: six months, 6$ per cent. ,
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-lfla6
BTERINO EXCIiANaE-fitaady, 1.S310
for slxty-day bills, and $4.87 for demand.
COMMERCIAL DlLlJ-J4.82. i
SILVER Oar, DOKo; Mexican dollars, r
IJONDS-aovernment, Btrong: railroad,
Closing quotation on bonds today wera,
V. . 2. "f ! !K.- a rf. la. M4
do coupon H L. S. deb. 4a llt. ., 90H'
U. S. 1. ref 101H L. K, unf, 4
do coupon ....... .1014 M. K. a T. 1st 4a 494 I
U. B. 4a. rei ... 4i4a..... ti)
do coupon 110 Mo. raclfls Ut ... II
Panama la coupon., nit do conr, 6a... so
A..C. lat 6a ctf 4 N II It ot M 4i 0
eAroer. As. la .171. N. Y. C, g. 3Ha.?!. 10
eA. T. t T, 0. 4a..l00 ia dab. 4a
Am. Tolatcco " r. r'. 11. ft It.
Armour a Co. 4Ha. 0 ct, IMa T3
Atchlaon gen. 4.... MU N. ft W. lit c 4a. M
J5vnnort4-n Apple and Ttrtrd rrnlts
NEW YORK. Aug. 1. EVAPORATED
DRIED ritUITS Prunes, firm. Apri
cots, steady. Peaches, quiet. Raisins,
llrr Goods Ile-rttrvr,
NEW YORK. Aug. L DRY OOODS
Cotton goods markets were steady today.
Yarns were steady to firm. Carpet wools
aro being bought more freely.
do cv. ti 1M0.
do er. e......
eA. C, U lat 4
Hal. & Ohio 4a..
1 Bo ct. U...
9V4Vo. I'ultla 4a.
W4 do 3, ........
0. 8. I- rtdr. 4a..
WiIno. av. lUa 1011
nrooa, ir, si( too.
Cen. of Go, ta.,.. ..102 'Reading tea'. 4a..
Cen. Leather U l',t S. L. A 8. F. fr aa 41
ChM. & Ohio 4V4a... 14 do gen. ta B14,t
do conr. 4Vie 7IU 8t. L 8. W. e: (e Tt
Chicago a A. IU. Jj !!. A. L. ad, Is, TJWj
O. D. . 4a... SHBo. Pae. col. 4a...,' U
do gen. ...,..... do cr. 4a utll
C M B I e 4HJ1.1MH do i.t ref, 4e.. . . to .
C. IL I. a T. c. 4 6IH 80. lUttwajr is toiW;
do rff. 4 79 da gen. 4a 73
C. a S. r 4H I1U Union Facino 4a.... HH
D. & H. cr. 4a.... 4 do cr. 4a J V
r. ft It. u. ret. aa. itm do in & ref. 4i.
Dl.llllera" ( It L. R ltubber (a. .
Erie p. I. 4 52 h. 2 .
do gen. 4a -v.-v. Cham. u. .,
do cr. 4a. eer. IT.. 71 Wab. lat 4 a. 4a,.
em. Cen. lat r. la. UU Weatern Md. im
Inter. Met. 4V4a, . 7S'Wtat. Elee. er. la. . i
Inter. M. M. 4 Via.. 40 Wla. Central te.. , 34H
Uld. Olfered. K-lntereat.
London Stock Market.
LONDON, Aug. 1. American securities
opened around parity and moved irregu
larly. At noon the tone waa steady with
prices ranging from i above to 4 bolowi
yesterday's New York closing,
ccminle, money TiHllIlnola Central ... lot
do acoouat ........ TSta M., K. ft T X3M
Amal. Opper 73 N. T. Central. mJ
Atchleon : PennarlranU ....... iui
.UIM.mu uit.u. . .... . v.. ..if
Chicago u. w..,.
Denrer a It- a
da lat pfd
14 Bo. Pacific 0J1J
10 UnJoo Paeltle lu
. 1U. a, steel.. ........ h
ari tiaua 1104W , ftaU
SILVER Bar, quiet,- at 27 6-ld per oi.
MONEY-30T3V. per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short blUs. SttSl
per cent; three months, 4tf-il-19 per cenC
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