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THK. ITETv. OMAHA. THUIiSDAY. JULY :
Store and tirrlec.
FOR RFNT-Gri.und fmir and haaement
Masonic brick building, SiHi f.-vi,
KiitnMr front, corner lot, hii'ino seo
tion. coiny seat. Inquire .f .1. Grimm,
Office on 17th $t.
ONLY VACANT ROOM
AVAILABLE ON TI1E
PrlTat Office Waiting Room
180 Sr.. Ft. 918.50
The Bee Building
Office Room 103.
PARK A RANCH LtXDS FOH SKVK
I all ror a La.
live Oaif Colonic none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. 813-14 City Npl Ha, r. SSI
NORTHWEST Vi Sec. 29. Twp. U. Hung
48. Choyenna County, Colorado. Perfect
title. Make your best offer. R. M. Bet
ta worth, Cedar Rapids, 1.
mnTT AORRK. two miles from Arcadia,
Fla.; what havo you to trade, worth
W.CKJO. HOI ZU, I BCVIHlKril,
HAVE TOU A FAJLM FOR PALE?
Write a good description of your land
and aend tt to the Sioux City. 1.. Journal,
'lowm'a Moat Powerful Want A1 Me
dium." Twenty-five word every Friday
evening. Paturday morning and every
.,.a Ciinil.tf mnrninf
muiuny ctruuig rihi
for one month, giving sixteen ada on
twelve ainerenr. qhjb tor ,, ov
14, or 75 word. 14.
paper, 260,000 readera dally In four great
ARE TOU GOING TO BUY LANDT
If ao you ahould flrat get a oopy of
the Farm and Real Estate Journal. It
has landa advertised In It from nearly
very state, ao that you can find Jut
what you are looking for In lta columna.
It keepa you Informed on land oppor
tunities la all parte of the country, lives
you personal help In finding land. Bene
the today for a year' subscription, or lOo
for three months trial. It will be stopped
at the and of the time ordered. Farm and
Real Estate Jourlnal. Tr". Iowa. m
i MINN, farms; low price, easy terms.
Minnesota Land Co.. P. O. 317, Omaha.
40 AC UK a 46 mile from Minneapolis,
one mil from town; MW acrea under
' cultivation: balance usel for pasture;
in practically all be cultivated; . heavy
oll; good aet buildings, consisting of a-
m house, large barn, granary, corn
.3-g, wlDdmUls. etc.; the land will pro.
'!." bushela of corn per acre; tale--.nne
In bouse; country thickly settled;
eiompiete aet of machinery ; 27 head of
stock, consisting of 11 cowa. balance 1
and 2 years old; six good horaea; 26 hogs:
chickens; one-half of thla year' a crop and
everything on farm goes at 150 per acre;
half tash. Schwab Bros.. 1028 Plymouth
Rldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
BLACK alluvial Boil; corn. bu. acre;
whea,t, 40 bu. Alfalfa and hogs make
the farmera rich. Notice the pride, t2n
per acre; 34 acre cash, balance twenty
years. Opportunities like thla are rar.
Be Independent. Buy a farm now. a. P.
Yoll Improved Central
Nebraska I arm
Thla farm of 218 acres lies 2 miles from
the county aeat In Garfield county. I
well rented and every foot of It will raise
alfalfa, it can be bought for $70 per
acre now and owner might take smaller
' place In or aronnd Omanu In .exchange.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
tth Fl. New Om. Nat. Bk. Douglaa 1781 o
OENTRAIi NEBRASKA FARMS.
One of the best' Improved half sections
to be found near Kearney. Uood house.
, Tfarn and other outbuildings. F.very foot
. of it fine bard soli. Can make a price
of $SS per acre If taken now, purchaser
to receive landlord's share of thla yeare
C,PATNB INVESTMENT OOMPANT.
- D. 1W11. th Fl. Omaha Nat Bank Bldg o
FOR BAI.JS Beat large body blgh-grada
medlum-prloed land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Eradley. Wol
bach. Neb. - .
"FRKF lumber with every sale land near
Spokane raising fruit, grain, vege
table, atock. Free booklet. Consoli
dated Land Co.. Elk. Wash.
REAIj ESTATE LOANS
FARM L.OANS, fi PEJi CENT.
TOLAND & TRUMBIILU 448 Bee Bldg.
$100 TO 10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Rldg.. 18th and Farnam Bta.
CITY and farm loana,
J. H. Dumont & Co.,
6, 5, 6 per cent.
41S State Bank.
WANTED City loans and warranta. W. I
Farnam Smith Co., IMP Farnam Bt.
AVANTED Good farm and city loan at
PETERS TRUPT CO., jH22 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. Zei tate Bank Bldg.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loana.
H. XV. Binder. City National Rank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farma.
O'KEEFiS REAL, ESTATiO CO..
1018 Omaha National. Phone Douglae 2715.
12.000 to loan on improved farm.
E. Relff & Co., ;S8 Brandela Bldg.
.HKK us first for farm loans In eastern
Neh. United Statea Truat Co., Omaha.
CITY LOANS. C. G. Carllrg,
810-11 Brandela Theater Bldg.
WANTED City and farm loans; lowest
rates. W. G. Templelon. COS bee. T. S02o.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
FOH sales, rentals, loans, Insurance, care
of property and collection of rent see
F. D. WilAD. 11 Farnam.
REAL ESTATE; FOR EXCHANGE
rrood farm land,
Li from town, in
two and one-half mi
the 'best county In the state of North
Dakota. 111 trade for good hotel, well
'located and doing good buslnuaa. Muat
be priced right. I also have a few fine
farms for sale at anap prices. Deal ill
incl and save coin iiiIm tons. F. D. WUU
' lams liend Co., Cooperstown, N. D
.TO TRADE One Mot 'lanky register sys
tem of acouiitlng. Will train tor light
'auto, or what have you? Address ('has.
Yi . Raker. Hamburg, la.
1 WELVE presal brick flats, rent IX .
Price UO.&jO, incumbrance )3,j0ij; equity
'for land. ItB McX'eguo Bldtf., Omaha.
IW.OOM modern house, for land, acrea
- or vacant lota What save youT
Owner, Boa 7M.
EQUITY In 8-room modern house In
West Farnam district to exchange for
late model automobile; full value given.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
A Classy Home
of 8 rooms and bath, bungalow style; I
rooms finished In oak: beamed ceilings,
, bookcases, window seat and panolml
walls; beautiful lighting fixtures, plumb-
Ing and heating the very heat. I .oca ted
luat north of Kountse Place, on fin
Int. fating two atrenis. both paved. Terms
arranged or lot taken ss firtit payment.
10H McAague bvldg.
Hne Kountze I'lace Home
Splendid up-to-date and coinperallraly
new 7-room bouea on XX Irt sareei. Coat
a rot m 4 t6,vaa. I'aa shade thla prt.v any.
era! hundred dollars and give very easy
Payne Investment Co.,
Fifth Floor New Omaha National Rank.
Douglaa liitL o
15 K AIi l:STATF XOnTII SIDK
Opp. Circus, Close In
per fi.ot, 66x140. Svace for two
1150 rash, 116 per mtnth.
O'Koofo Real Estate Co.,
1078 Omaha National. Douglae 1715.
IlKAI, KSTATE SOUTH SIDE
Wnnts a House Near Hanaooin
A rllent owning an I-room, all modem
house, worth 13,600, close in. wants a
little better plaie somewhere near the
fiark. Do you want a smaller and better
Payne Investment Co.,
Fifth Floor New Omaha National Rank.
Douglas 17S1. o
FIVE rooms, modern exc-pt fieat, 2413 B,
toth. Ave., $30 down; 13 000. B. N. Hob
ertaon, W. O. W. Rldg. Phone D. 46.
t-R cottage, 17 U Ontario, large .lot. ,-ity
water, gaa, sliadeA fruit treea. Inquire
S447 Bo. lnth. After p. m. Bun. Red Wlfl.
FOR SALE by owner, -2 aores. 8r. house,
chicken houao. barn, all kind fruit. 8. 3701.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDES
New, modern, seven rooms
norch. oak and
birch finish, fine buffet
nnd bookcases, beam celling, presaed
brli'k foundation, close to car, short dis
tance out, auuth front. Pest buy In Omaha
TBI.. OWNKK, llUUttLAB in.
For Sale By Owner
New modern alx-room house on 4M
Pt., near Farnam; oak floore and finish
Imi flrenlace. aleeolng Dorch and built
In K.tr, UfaM and ru nboards. Must be
sold and will eacriftce. Call Douglaa SOTO
during business hours.
The largest addition
will soon be. on sale.
ever platted her
RE.VL ESTATE SUBURBAN
4811 Dodge St., 6 fine rooms, dandy
porch on front and aide of house, large
living room, quarter sawed oak floora.
modern plumbing, fine heating plant,
built-in refrigerator, Iced from back
poroh. Hotiee. la well biillt In every re
HUect: metal weather strips' on all win
dows: fine, large lot, 60xl87'4; paved
street; right on Farnam car line. This
property belongs to Prof. Reed of the
Omaha High school, who la leaving Au
guat 1 for Jvoulsvllle lie has made a
special low price of S4.S00 on thla bunga
low and will grant easy terms. Go out
today and look It over. Opportunities like
thla are few. ,
Payne & Slater Co.
611 Omaha National . Rank Rldg.
CHOICE DUNDEE- HOME.
AifONQ FINE HOMES.
IF TOU WANT A GOOD HOMR SEB
THIS ONE AT NX BURT STREET.
Thla horn la full two stories, strictly
modern, oak finish throughout; ha sun
room with French door, window aeat,
vestibule and ooat closet; large living
room with colonnade opening; fine din
ing room, which ha paneled wall and
plate rail: neat den or aewlng room,
handy kitchen, with butlt-ln cupboards;
clothe chute to both floors, large refrig
erator room, three large bed rooms, four
closets, sleeping porch 8x18; tiled bath,
stair to floored altio, deoorated through
out; full cement baaeraent, with fruit
room, sink and teller drain; screens,
window ahadea, beautiful light fixtures,
warranted furnace and plumbing; lot box
Built by day labor. Bee this today as
the value ana term are such that you
will want to own It.
Compere with any home In Omaha a
to material and finish. For more Infor
mation, phone Walnut 2718, B. & price,
Lusa Soon on Sale
FOR SALE or trade. 10 lots all In fruit;
t-rooin modern bungalow, close to car
and school. Phone Benson 2S2 or 401.
REAL KHATEI INVESTMENTS
loon he on sale.
ever platted hare
FOR BALE or rent;
11th and Heward.
36x88. Apply liU
REAL ESTATE, VACANT
LOT 40x130, well Improved walks; shade
trees, etc. Price. 8.HJ0. Inmiim i
Jaynes Bt., N. Omaha. "Web. 457.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLA NEOU8
MA KB offer for I new 6-r. mod. cottages;
"' J. wii" ,iyg- cilUBf, 1NIU l( I H S0r.
Lusa Soon on Sale
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bee ld proposal wDl be received at
Lincoln, Nebraska, by the Board ef Edu
cation. Nebraska State Normal School,
up until ten o'clock a. m.. August . 1JJ,
for the erection of - a brick and atone
audMorlum for the Stale Normal School
at Kearney, Nebraska. In acoordano
with plans and seciftcations preiiarad
by J. H. Craddock, Architect, Room IS
Continental Building. Omaha, Nebraska
Tb Board of Education, Nebraska
Stale Normal Schools, will also receive
proposals for the heating, plumbing and
electric wiring for above bulidinc. ac
cording to plans and specifications r,r
pared by th architect, up until lb hour
and date above named.
All bids must be accompanied by a cer-
tlfiiw cneca ror nve 101 per cent or the
full amount or ma. maae payable to (J
E. Hall. Stat Treasurer of Nebraska.
The Board reserve the right to aocept
any or reject any or an Diaa.
Signed by the President and th Secr
tary of th Hoard of Education, N.
I i-sHk Btate Nnnnsl S. hool. Jy-Ildllt
Bargains in i
articles' in "For
Sale column; read
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Light Receipts Fail to Take Care of
Demand and Old Wheat Ad
vances Several Cent.
NEW WHEAT HALF CENT HIGHER
OMAHA. July S8. 11
The market waa fairly strong today
and all grains made alight advances.
The offerings mere exceptionally light
and were hardly sufficient to take care
tr the demand. The market ror oin
wheat was especially strong and advanced
several cents, while new wheat snowen
gain of V. Corn waa firm, selling
from Vulc higher, and oata advanced 'r.
lellow corn commands a premium or
lo over the white, while the white corn
sold about Wo In advance of the mixed, i
it la thought that farmers will use
more caution In slacking and threshing
their wheat than ever before. The grain
that ha leen rained on in the shocjc
ill be allnwWI to stand In the field i
until It la dried out.
t-learanoi'a were: Wheat and flour
euial to 21.0110 bushels: oorn, 10UO bush
els; oata, XM,uo bualieie.
Llverpol aiKit: Wheat, Vd b Id higher;
oorn, unchanged to 'd lower.
Primary wheat recelnta were l.Tw.nno
bushels ard ahlpmenla rt,(K bushels,
against re'elpt of H.ltiO.tfO hiuUiels and
shipments of b.ttW buahnla last year.
1'rimarv corn receipts were 64X.00O bnah-
els and shipments 4m.() buahela, agxlnst
reonliitt of 6H7.0ix bushela and ahlpmenta
of 4.ono bushela last year.
rntnarv oats receinta were ..oiw mian-
ela and ahlpmenta 442.0X bunhels. against
receipts of l.tlt.noo bushels and shipments
of 7M.00O bushela last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oata
Kansas City ..
These cah sales were reported today :
No. I herd winter: 1 car. new. Ii.2.1; 1
ear, new, 11.22. No. 3 hard winter: 1
car, old, 11.18; 1 car, new. Ills. No. 4
hard winter: 1 car, new, 11.10. Corn: No.
t white: 1 car. 77c. No. 3 white: 3 csrs.
77c. No. I white: 1 car. 7iiXc. No. 2 yellow:
8 care, 78c; 1 car, 77Xa. No. S yellow: 1
oar, 77Hc. No. li yellow: 1 car, 77c. No. I
mixed: I cars (near yellowt. 77o; 1 car,
77c; 1 car, 7iXtc. No. 1 mixed: 4 car, 77c;
t cars. TfiVjc. No. 6 mixed: I car, i6Xc.
No. I mixed: 2 cars, itio. Baraple: 1 car.
Tlo: 1 car. 67c; 1 car, hot, ftc Oat: No.
I white: 1 car. 49c. Rye No. 2: car.
tSo. No. 3: 2-6 car, 92c. Barley: Rejected:
Omaha Cwsn iTices v neai: Jo. i tur
key, I1.2ML40; No. 8 turkey, Sl.Snaft.H;
no. 3 hara, si. .nip i.,n: nn. nara, si.iaw
1.88; No. 4 hard, $l.0tfil.3n; No. 8 spring,
1.S4(P1.SR: No. 2 durum, 11.0711 0; No. 1
furura, n.otvrt'i.u.. i:orn: ino. i wniie, trr
77c: No. 8 white. 76'iJ77c; No. 4 white,
7tUie7V: No. 6 white, 7tVfr7GV4!: No.
white, TttriixC: wo. i ypnow, i.vsa.ac:
No. I yellow, 771,cn',c; No. yellow, 77
JtTTXo; No. 8 yellow. 7Vff77c; No 3
mixed, TSVtJpic; iso. ( mixea, itifOTic;
No. 4 mixed. "SfiTH-Vic: No. ft mixed. 7ft4
7W; No. 8 mixed, 7fii1T76c; sample mixed.
WTlc. Oata No. i white, 4vt7IWV'; stand
ard. 4iX4ivic: No. 8 white, 4ioN9c; No.
4 white, 4V(5'4)lX.c. Barley: Malting. 7d
Mc: No. 1 feed, Wittac. Rye: No. 2, 92f
SZ'o; iso. a, ivcr-'C.
CHICAGO GRAIN AID PROVISIONS
Features of the Trad I a and Closing
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAOO, July 28. Anxiety over wet
weather effects on harvesting of wheat
was to some extent offset by skepticism
regarding the aeriousnena of danger from
black rust. In conseauence the wheat
market closed unsettled, Mific off to IHc
up, compared with laat night. Corn fin
ished at Xtn decline to 14c advance, oata
with gains of a shade to 2c and provi
sions down to iiwraic.
Rain that Implied delay' and damage
to the winter crop of wheat gave the
July delivery a sharp advance and kept
Its Price relatively strong throughout the
day. For a considerable time, the later
operations wero also hnlllshly affected by
black rust reports, put temperatures in
the nortnwest were comparatively cool.
and the harvest of the spring crop waa
expected to start In some places as early
aa next week. A sharp break In prices
t Minneapolis wss taken as further dis
crediting the black rust talk.
Exporters were said to have Bought bep
tember wheat freely on the decline and
to have taken 2W.O0O buahela of raalv
heat here besides. In thla connection de
elded Interest was manifest regarding as
sertions that the British government
would assume direct control of the entire
yield this season In Canada and Australia.
rinorts were on tne-nuying sine or corn,
especially while the wheat market main
tained full strength. The bulge, however.
brought out profit taking aales hy hold
era. According to a leading expert, the
temperatures at night recently have been
of a sort to promote growth. Rainy
weather mad oats advance, especially
July. There waa an active shipping ln-
oulry from the east.
Ixiwer prices for hogs weakened provi
sions. Much or tne semng appeared to do
on orders to stop losxes.
Closing prloa on option:
Article! Open. I High. I Low. Close. ITes'y,
1 11 1 liH 1 13 I 1 14 1 12
1 08 1 OR-Ts 1 07S! 1 07 1 08V
HfHV, dm ITH 80 ,
74 75T 74J 744, 74i
MV, MS &4J KVfc H4
38S tb' StH: SSW 3s'
13 88 18 40 It 18 1 13 30 18 50
II 66 11 0 14 824! IS 46 II 6
7 70 7 76 7 62V! 7 75 ( 86
7 80 7 671,1 7 75 T 85 7
fJ 40 l' 9 17V,! 9 32V 9 45
9 37Vit 9 87V4I 9 17Vj 9 10 I 9 fPj
t Kt. .
Cash prices: Wheat, No. 2 red. new,
H. 14'IM6; No. 2 hard, new. tl.lf.V4
I. 19. Corn, No. 2 yellow, llViflXlVio; others,
nominal. Oat. No. 3 white. 62rfJI'4c;
standard. Siii-''ic. Rye, nominal. Bar
ley 734iTTe. Timothy, 14 &t06.50. Clover,
Ji:i.fc. Pork. 113.60. Lard, r.6oa7.67VS.
Ribs. 9 flrrfrS IWi. .
BUTTER-Uteady; creamery. 21Vre.vtJc.
EGGS l.owcr; receipta, 14,630 eases; at
mark, caaes lruMuded, 144il7c: ordinary
firsts, InVviiilSc; firsts, KVi?W7c.
POTATOKS Lower; receipt, z& car;
Virginia cobblers, barreled. tl.SOtri.36;
A lrglnla and Jersey, bulk, 60c.
POULTHY Alive, nigner; rowis, 11a
14'c; springs, lWi'Joc.
Kansas 4 Hy t.rala aad Provlstoaa.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 88. WTTBAT
-No. I hard, 11201.45; No. S. tl.lSA1.S2;
No. 2 red. I1.15ifi.l7; No. S, ll.18ion.14;
July. 11.17; September, S1.04; December,
tluOH. . -
t OFIN no. z mtxea, 7: ,-no. a. 77c;
No. S white. 78c; No. 2, 77c; No. 2 yellow,
TW7X4c; No. S. 7Mr78Vfcc; July. 7e; Sep
tember. 7W73Hc; IHmber. 61 V".
OATS No. 2 white, 4!iV'u0c; No. t
BL'TTER Creamery, 27c; firsts, 15c;
seconds. 23c: packing, Ike.
Btms- Firsts. 18c; seconds, 12-Sc
POn.TRY Hens, 12V,e; roost era. So;
Mlaaeapull firala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 28. WHEAT
July, tl.SU; September, ll.tTS- Caah: No,
LKfl AL NOT1CIC8
OFFICK OK (VloUMUWARV, FOURTH
Infantry, Is. N. U., 328 City National
Bank Uldg., Oinaiia. Neb. " .
eVeaUd prupuaala. In dupliw for fur
nishing aad delivering on or U:fore Au
gust 6. UD5, at K'reraunL, Neb., aub
ulstene stor aa below, In aooordanc
with a pex'lfl cation and conditlun set
forth In Cl.vular No. 1 Office of th
Commlamary General, Washington, O. 43.,
April 21. UdO. will be received at this of
fx until ban o'clock 'A. M., August S,
t15, and then opened. Kpeclflcallon will
be rurnlaliud upon request. Dull If.
Ixu4rh, 'aaalo Obtramlsry, Fourth In
fantry, N. N. G.
XI if. Beajh. BO lb. RJe, ltl lh.
PuCatoua, Lubd lb. Ontutva, Ski cans To
tntUwt, 100 I bat. Prunea, 1J7 can R . H.
Jain. S1 lbs. Peacha Idriod). m Iba
Cotus (roasted and ground). 64O lb.
Sugar, U can Milk (family slse), 10 gal.
Vinegar, 10 gala. Hour Pickle, lm iba.
Salt. 42 cans Pepiwr bla-k. livt l,a.
Lard. 66 Iba. Butter (creamery), ti h.
Oleomargarine, 42 gal Syrup, liai ,,.
laundry Huap. W hotlVe Vanilla x
tract (1 01.1, also 86 lbs Freah Beef
46 Iba Ra.un, 4.K) Iba Fresh I'.read. 2
lbs. Flour, lo be delivered as sierird
$1 .Wtf 47 I
MCW YORK 4Jr3F.nl. 1 1RKKT
NEW TORK. Jnlv 2.-FI.OfR-Firmly
VIIKAT-Spit. ateadv: No. 2 red
Si IK. and No. 1 hard. new. M.'i'W. i
New York; No. 1 northern. Duliith, (
tl.14'1. c. I f. Ruffslo. 1-iiturcs were
ateadv: Setiteniher. 11.11. '
COKN--ixil. firm; No. 2 yellow, 91'
OATS Spot, firm: standird. tV'.c: No. S
white. 4c; fancy clipped while, fi76tvv'.
IiA Y Kirm.T . prime. 114". No. I. l.:Vi
II. Si; No. S. II. 2i; shipping.
1 IOP.-Steaily ; state, common to choice
!HM crop. ii.U raciiic const, ism crop
l-".i l.V. v3 . top. Ml
HIDEtf Firm; Hosota. .11c; Central
I.KATH Ell Finn; hrml irk
IH.OrtfflS family, I m fif ' f:
I ru. j
clear, l!t fltWJl.M). Hecr. steadv
l!irTI8.W; family. It.'.'''.,'t..
steady; middle west. I7.7ti.'if 7.S.',.
TALIAHW Dull: city,
,ft'c; special. t'Sc.
Rl 'TTF.lt-Rarely sleioly , receipt, li,-
!W cases; creamerv etra. JlUWI'ic;
firsts, JSfl-c; second, f2li-?4c.
Ei;us liogular; recipta, 1S.1T6 rases;
F.'GB Irregular; rweJpt. li.Kil cwm;
fresh gathered extras. L'lV'-'c: extra
fliKts. 21f.!e; firsts. l!njV; seconds.
CHUKSW steadier; receipts. 4.1..7
boxes; state whole milk fresh Mats and
wins, white and colored eiieolale, l.Vr
4c; rtato whole milk fresh flats snd
wins, white and colored average fancy,
POULTRY Alive, prices not settled.
Dressed, firm; western frozen roasting
chickens. 1K'(iT2c; fresh fowls. Iced, lSVj'ct
17Vo; fresh turkeys. Iced. lrvftiRc.
OMAHA IIKXKRU MARKET.
R UTTER No 1. 1-lb. rartons, 2c; No,
2. V lb. tubs. 24c.
CHEESE lnKirlod pwlsa. Z.r; Amer
ican Btss, iHc: blork Swiss, 22c; twins,
WHic; dslstes. ',c; triplets. Kv,c; Young
America, lK".,c: blue label brick, lie; ttm-
burger.' IMIi , 20c; New York whlto, IHc;
ImiHirted French Roquefort. 40c.
FISH Trout. 15c; whltefiph, 1.1c: hali
but. 13c; channel catfish, 16c: herring, 7o;
codfish. loiiVic: mackartl, 16c; salmon.
mi i i 'i .vri i f . t 1 a naas, iz.7B nm,
BEEF CUTK-Rlbs: No. 1. l.svc: No. 1.
HV40: No. 8, 17'c. Loins: No. 1, .r;
No. 3, lV,c- No. 3, 1R',c. Chucks: No. ,
llHc, No. S, lie; No. 8. lc. Rotinns:
No. 1, Ro; No. 2, lKV,c; No. 8. lie.
nates: No. 1. tVc: No. 2. 8io: No. :t.
Fruit and vegetable nrtce fusnlshed h
GllliiiNkl Fruit comtsrr:
FRUITS Oranges. California Valencia.
100a. L-6S, 2S8s. 824s, 3;is. I4.O0 per box;
California Valencia, 'fKis, 14.26 per box;
California Valencies. 170s. 2"os. 21tis. IfiOs.
4.M) per box. !mons. extra fnpey iol-
den Howl, sous. It, tb no per box; extra
fancy Hunkist, :iOs, .. M per box;
extra fancy Red Hall. R0s, Srti's. II no per
box. Ueachea, I allfoinia Crawford, 7a
per box; Klbrrta, four ImNki-t crates, tM
rer crate; Elberta, four basket cratea,
60-crate lots, 67Hc crate; l:ihertas. bush
els, 11.26 per bu. ; Elbertua. i.-hiinliel lots.
!. ler oil., rtums. iiurbanks, Hoc per
crate. Peara, California Bartletta. 1125
per crate. Rlackberrlea, 24 pr. cases,
12.00 per crate. Bananas, medium fruit
2. to 12.26 per bunch; Jumbo fruit,
Changulnola, and Port Llmon, 4c. per lb.
( anlaloues, 1'ouies. ls, 12.25 per crate;
Ma ope ivevaoaa Maniarts. ;(.() per crata
V J-xjri-A HUh.'rv OHbliage, linmrcrnwn
and southern, IVrC per lb.; hd. lettuce,
11. 00 per do.; pepper., B0r. er basket;
ir. lettuce, c ao. ; tomatoes, l.7,i per
Ikix; onions, Wash., 2Vc ier lb.; celery.
ac per ooz.; cui:umoers, i.jn per uashel
parsley, Jbo er dm; wax and green
beans, 6O0 per baaket; green peaa,' fcOo
per basket; new beets, carrots and, tur
nips, 41m iter duhkci; radtsnee, vie per
doa. New potatoes, flue per bu. Sweet
potatoes, 11.1b per hamper. Nut. No.
walnuts, IHc per lb.; lilliert, 15c per lb.
Brazils. 1l!lc per Ih. ; pecans, 12y per
lb.; almonds, per lb. Miscellaneous,
Crsckerjack, li.60 per case. Oornpopa,
3.'J6 per caao. lrackerjack, 11.75 Kr half
case. Cornpops, 11. (ft r half case.
Peanuts, No. 1 raw, 6c lb"; Jumbo raw,
7c per lb.; No. 1 roaatod, kc per lb.;
Jumbo roasted, 9c par lb. Watermelons
l'.ic per lb.
Mi IS No, 1 walnuts, 18c lb.; filberts.
18c lb.: Brazils, l."-c lb. ; pecans, 12'c lb.;
almonds, JCc lb.
W IHCEUAN FX)1B-Crackerjark, MM
case; V, case, 11.76; cornpops, li.26 case;
V case, 11.65. Peanuts' No. 1 raw, 60 lb.;
No. 1 roasted, 8c lb.; Jumbo, raw, 80 lb.;
Jumbo, roasted, 10c lb.; salted, 11. X ran.
Honey, S4.M) rase. Lime, S2.0O basket.
Watermelons. IVic lb.
Cora and Wheat Realou Rnlletla.
For Omaha, Neb., tor the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 a. m., 76th meridian
time, Wedncaday, July '-'X. 1CI6:
STATION! OF OMAHA DISTRICT,
1 hard, Sl.MV No. 1
1 W; No. 2 northern.
RY 1-li I ir.
( OliV-Ni). J vellnw,
OATS No. i white,
Station. High. Low. fall. Bky.
Ashland 7o 67 2.47 Cloudy
Auburn .; wr 6 .40 Cloudy
Broken Bow .. 70 o .17 Cloudy
Columbus 69 66 8 23 Cloudy
Oulbertson .... 77 t3 .60 Cloudy
Falrbury 77 67 .24 It. cloudy
Fairmont 70 64 . 8.1 . Cloudy
Grand Inland... 6S 64 2.147 Cloudy
Hartlngton .... 78 2 .00 Clouiiv
Hastings 70 68 1 47 Cloud v
Holdrege TO i4 1 86 CUiu iy
Lincoln 71 A 1.72 Cloudv
North Platte... 70 60 .16 Cloudv
Oakdale 71 M .15 Cloudy
Omaha 7M 67 1 M6 Cloudv
Tekamah : 73 66 1.75 I loudv
Valentine 72 5h . . cloudy
Alta, la 75 64 .02 Raining
Carroll. la 73 66 .US Raining
Clarlnda. la.... 84 67 8.20 Raining
Ilea Moines, la, 7S 68 2. IK Raining
Slhlev, la 7 411 .) 4 "loudv
Sioux City, la.. 74 64 .04 Cloudy
at. I.ouls lira 1 11 Market.
ST. IjOUIS. July 2.-XVIIEAT-Market
steady; track No. 2 i-ed, ll.U'ti 1,15; No.
2 hard. $1.14; July, $1.12',; September.
(XRN Market lower; No. 2. 8o'i.; No.
2 whlta. Mr: July. htV; September. 73lc!
OATH Market steady; No. 2. nominal;
No. S white, 67Vc.
Liverpool t.raln Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 28.-WHEAT Spot
market. No. 2 Manitoba. 11a 8V,d; No. 8.
lis 3d; No. S northern Duluth, lis 7Vd'
No. 2 hard winter, lis 7Vd.
fX)RN Spot market, American mixed,
now, 6s 6J.
( offer Market.
NEW VfirtK. Julv 2S COFFEE Th
market for coffee futures opened st an
advance of 3 to 6 (Milnt. owing to a
show of firmness in Bra nl, where Rio
exchange waa higher ami on covering.
Offering from Hrnxil were firm, 16 to
20 points lower in Hie coat and freight
market, however, and this caused active
silling, which ran the market into stop
loss orders and remitted In it decline
of 14 to 16 points, from tbo oiening. The
close was 8 to 10 point net lower. Sales,'
1.76i bags; July, 6.7()c; AiiKuat. a.ilao;
September, 6,Mc; October. 6.56c, Novem
ber, 6.6)c; December, 660r; Januarv, 66V;
February. 8.74)c; Maroli 7"ic; April, 6,njc,
May, 6.: June. 6.:V.
SlNit coffee easier; Rl No. 7. 7e; Ban
to No. 4. 94c. Rio exchange on London,
3 ,1Zd higher; Mllrvla prices ware 75 re!,
higher at Rio and urn hanged at Santos.
NEW YORK. July 28 OOTTi N Spot
market easy; middling uplands. 9 35c. No
Futures opened ateady; October. 9.1r.c;
lM-cmber, 9.4ic; January, 9.64c: Marcli
Cotton futures cloned firm: Oeloliee,
lac; le-mbe v a7, January, .7hc;
Manh. 10 04,-: May. 102.5c
I'otton cloeed firm wllh price 36i3
points T-4 higher
LIVERIIOOli, July SH. COTTON-Hpot
market ateadv; good middling, 6.601;
middling. 5 2l: low middling, 6.14d.
Bales, 14.000 bales.
NEW YORK, July 2k. KUOA R Raw,
nominal; oentrlf ugal. 4 Mo; molasw-s.
4 . Refined. steady. Futures
quieter early today and at noon
were unchanged to 1 point higher.
Evaporated tpples aad Dried Frails
NEW ffiRK. July ?8. EV A PORATED
APIM.KM Msrkel quiet.
DRIED FRU1TH-Prunes, firm; aprl
coU and poaches, ina. live, raalu. Iirin.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
Good Cattle Stromr and Others Fully!
Steady Sheep and Lambs Are
25 CenU Higher.
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN LOWER
OMAHA. July 2. 1!1R
ttle. I ' u .
"h" o '
Official Mnndav ....
Official Tuesday ....
i.'.t i . , . u .i... i.
Three iias this Meek !.tS
4 1. 10!
: Same dnva 1 weeks ago.K'.i'M
same d ivs ,1 weeks nun
Same days 4 weeks aso 11 4s
Same das laat year. .10.016
The fiillnwini, iii.'.. .. ,.n
of cattle, host snl sb. op al :'.ie outh
Onintin live twk i.arket for tne ear to
date, as comparnl with last year:
ini.x. 1914. Inc. Dec.
fettle iW 271 fxi.MI 118.78, ....
Hogs 1.K Hi 1 vi.!H0 2!S,80l '
Sheep 1.247.600 1.24!,.'iW 1,
The folio lug t a tile niiowa tb kveraai'
price for hog at tli roith OmaMa live
stix-k market for the l ist f 'W d.-ys, with
Date. iMI5 . 1M14. 1 111:1. 1 i'M 11 n'.UO. 1i
July 13 I 8H'I I 8 74
7 sol i: W ? x
7 1J I .10' 8 Hi 7 87
( I4 S 28 7 7ii
7 15 6 261 8 86 7 81
7 161 I I 21 7 S3
7 1M 80i I 7 74
July 13. a K114! S f I
July 14. K.V4I I Ml I
July 15. 8 W. I 8 Mi 8 m
July 16.1 7 0."t 8 651 8 76!
til v 17.
7 a S 76
I a ??l 8 l I 7 17
6 84 I 86!
7 0! 8 88 7 20
96 Xi S 891 7 '
f 18 8 m 1 78
W S Hi,
87 8 71' 8
?; a .111
IS 8 41
6 8 rl 8 88! t In
a a-t v I ill 1 M 7 4i
Uil 8 M 8 77 1 78 ' 181
I 8 M 8 771 7 47 S6 S 2S
72V,! I 8 Wi 7 671 451 8 17 1
64! 8 8Ri I 7 66! 6fi 8 .111
K'.'t 8 .1i ! I at' 8 23,
Recclits and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock yards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hour's ending at S o'clock
P. 111. yesterday:
RECEIPTS OA RlOA I 8.
Cattle. Hog Sheep. H r'i.
C. M At St. P.
Missouri Pacific... 8
Union Pacific 16
N. XV., east... 4
N. W., wewt., 18
Ft. P.. 61. O..
C. R. A Q , east.... 3
R. 4k W , weal.... 10
II. 1. P., eaal 6
R. 1. P. west.. 1
Chicago Ut. XX'eat.. 1
Total receipts ... 77
DISPOSITION H BAD.
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Morris A Co 1H6
swift & 'o 451
Cudahy Packing Co.... 812
Armour k Co 266
Scbwartx & Co
J XV. Murphy
Lincoln lacking Co.... 36
S. Omaha Packing Co., 9
llormel racking Co
Cudahy from K. C 72
S. A S
Kenton, Vannnt Lush M
F. II. licwl 54
Huston A Co 67
J. B. Root Co 8
.1. li. Bulla 6
XVerthelmer Degen... 70
H. F. Hamilton 37
Sullivan Bros ft
Tanner Bros 2
John Harvey 1:10
Other buyera 159
Totals 2.088 11.648
CATTLE Receipts were very light to
day, only seventy-four car being re
ported In. Moat other market polnta war
also reporting moderate runs, the falling
oft In receipt being du apparently to
the severe break that has taken place In
Pliers during the last few days. Receipts
ft 1 the three days are the smaneai
any rmllar porlm since three weeks ago
an I rllghtly smaller than a year ago.
) ef att'.rs ate In guod demand and the
br.tte" craile were lullv ateady. to pos
sii.lv a III tlo sircr.irer than veaterdav
Mo I'll 11 10 ci nmion grades showed little
or no change
Tin.' best cows an heifers wer a little
hirhor than yesterday nnd th movement
freer. Medium guinea were ateady.
G'OJ feederj r, alsi strong, choice
hea AVyiinilng feeder bringing IH.60.
Medium t" lonimon kinds were ateady.
vjuotallons on cattle: Good to choice
yearlings, r.KKa76; fair to good year
lings. 10'" 00; good to choice heavy
beeves, ! 264)9.65; fair to good comfeij
beeves, lp12fi: common to fair corn
fed beeves, Yr.r4vrrg.Ci; good to choice fed
heifers. S7.0nli8.60: good to choice fed
cows, 6.50.t7.2j; good to cholco grass
heifers, H.i'(i7.25; good to choice grasn
cows, t6.itlii.60; fair to good cows, 85 25
416.00; common to fair cows. 13.5006 26;
good to choice feeders. t7.50fH 40: fair lo
good feeders, S. 7617. 50; common to fair
noikers. t5.60il4i.60: stock heifers, S6.76W
8 78; stock cow. I6.6rif6 2fi; stock calves
16.00V;. 60: veal calve, In.u04i9.76; fat bulla,
stags, etc., 6.60r,7.26.
.loin 7 Oil
, . 4IMI
1 2 J
. . Si.l
. . Kin
. . aim
. . hw
I to 11
t 7t t
t 40 4
I li I
. . I M
I 71 1 ...
T HI 1 ...
7 Ml 1...
STtK'KEItS AND FEEjiFltS
M f 10 t I. t t IS
7:0 I 46 10... W2 7 64
HOGS A very liberal run of hogs. In
faot. the largest tor any one day since
June 't. waa received thla morning, some
255 cars, or 16.6mi head being reported.
For Hie 'list half of the week supplies
foot up :t!.Z,t head, being 2,000 larger than
last week, over twice aa large aa two
weeka ago and a gain of almost i:i,0
over last year The run for Ibe week lo
date la the largest sine four weeka ago.
which means tnat It Is the heaviest of
Shipping hogs continued to slump, and
price broke nearly 15c on good llglit
lioga thla morning. Nothing doIiI over
$7.25. and there waa a sprinkling clear on
down In the packer bulk, whbb w.m
nearly l On 11 ow the high price. Today's
snipper prices are the lowest for ome
XV 1th Hi largest run In over a month
on baud and another slumpy market 111
Chicago, a sharp break in values was in
order again today. When packers started
out bidding aroi'ud 15c lower than yester
day aellera put up t flh'ht for more
nu ney, but packer offers failed lo show
much. If any. Improvement, and It was
not long before iiuite a number of hogs
were being cashed on a fully 1' v 15c lower
basis. Mted nnd lumber wririht nova
moved largely around t6.95ual.40, while 16 J
and t.30 weie the popular luda for
heavies, snd some of tne commoner
butchers were unable to attract an offer
of over 16.91). shippers wer unable to
handle all the light hog and quite a
number of them found tbeir way into tbe
killer drove. As a rule they commanded
iiuite a premium over the weighty kinds.
During the first three days of the
week shipping grades have de-llned fully
J.-C. and even more than that in sputa,
w bile parkera are anyway SnIUi' down.
While shipping hog hava held th aver
age up packer droves are selling right
aroiino tbe year' lowt point.
fa 4. Bh. Pr. fa At. gh. Fr
1 Ut Is II ft Jit ut I Tt
li 1.1 ... 4 8 T ht 1J Tt
M lit 130 It 4t ill) ... to
) 1ml 130 4 Tt rJ4 ... I
a ..jm m la It ii 48 I ta
r 1:4 i"
4', ?1I n H
41 TT II t ... 1
.,11 ! IN ... 14"
C in 71 .'ii 40 7 !'
t.x 74 :: 7 i
w 11 11 . 7
t Jin 40 7 2
o II I ... 11
I u as k: ... "
SI I EEP--Receipts were onlv fair again
today, arrlvale of twenty-seven cars, or
7.. at" head, being about the aame aa on
Tuesday. Three day' total anio.int to
onlv r.l he i l. I lng lea tl an half ss
large ss last week. H.Ort ln'sd short of
ti... aeeks sko sml over l.'xi head smaller
than a yesr sgo. This Is the lightest run
for the first half of any week In over
Imbs opened cut strong, and allowing
for the. wetn.'ss of fleeces, earlp salea
ere quoted as a iini-.ter higher, a string
of good lamtia reaching 8V4"i on the early
rounds, with others not so deslrnhle at
vi. After a few hunches had sold,
however, packer backed down. Intimat
ing that If they could have their way
the halam-e of the lambs would go on a
The market draaied along until after
midday, but In the end Ibe hulk of the
nffviing wss finally cashed at the
early advance of 16c. There was a good
deal of difference of opinion as lo how
much strength the market showed, and
some traders thought that, considering
tha wetnes of fleeces at lessi a part of
the lamb shnaad a uuarter advance, hut
most of today offerings weie of better
quality than yesterday a and It was the
opinion of the majority of buyera as
well a salesmen that today a lambs at
1140 were no more than l.V higher, even
though they were wet.
Receipts of old sheen were not so
heavy aa yesterday and day before, and
were made up largely or small nuncnes.
which sold at fully steady prices. Ewes
again touched I6.1.V while yearlings
reached 16 60, ss against 86 60 yesterday.
reeder ewea sold early at 14.40.
Quotations on sheop and lambs: Iamha,
good lo choice. IS floora. 40. Ismbs. fair to
good, I7.7iVO."0, lambs, feeders, IT.OOTy
T.fi.X; yearllnga. fair to choice. I575ir
6.60: wethers, fair to choice. IMfilfaaS:
ewes, good to choice, ln.kV.rf4V 16; ewes,
fair to good, I4.76iKw.26.
. . 76
814 Idaho lambs ....
!6 Ma ho lambs ....
2WI Idaho lambs
ar Idaho wethers . .
144 Idaho yearlings
63 native lamba ....
144 Idaho lambs ..
29 cull lambs
CHICAGO I.IVK STOCK MAKRKT
Cattle Firm Hogs
CHICAGO, July OATTLin-R-
relpts, IS.oiio; market firm; native beef
t tle, 304110. 26; western steers. 16 KiVlf
8 16; cow nd heifers, SS.2Mi 28; calves,
17 (Oti ll 60.
HOUS Receipts, 24.01II: market weak,
16 to 20u lower: bulk. S6 40ii4i.a5: light.
S7.0(u'7.tl6 ; mixed, 16 :vtr7.W: heavv, 6 10
4U6.WS; rough, Stt.1"H4l.2a: lilgs. t6.50fl7.60.
SHEEP AND IAMBS Recrlr-ts, ll.Tai;
market firm; sheep, 36.0uiU6.S0; lambs.
l. I.oals Live Slock Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. July 28 CATTLE
RacelDtH. 4.600 head: market steadv to
bVc higher; native beef steers, t7.604r
10.16; cowa and heifers. 6.(n6.n0: vear
ling slnnrs 1M 6b(S 10 t; stockers and feel
ers. l6.00tQH.25; southern 'stears, KH 26ff
1.86: cows snd heifers, I4lw6 6i1. native
calves, 6 0IVU'0 76.
HOGS Receipts, a0 head; market
steady to 2nc lower; tlg and lights. 17.85
t'7.so; mixed and liulonera, 8T.4nirr7.75;
good heavy, I7.0niti'7.40
BHEKP AND 1.A M B8-Receipta 8 600
head; market strong: mutton sheen, 14 50
jd.2u; bleating ewes, 5 6liri7.2f.; lambs,
Kansas Clly Live aiocW Market.
KANSArt CITY. Mo, July 2k. CATTLE
Receipts, S,40i head' market ateadv to
16c. higher; prime fed ateers, .5Kii 10.00;
dressed beef steer. I iO(j9,60, western
steers, t7.0tsjf9.Si: stockers and feed-rs,
H6-'u8.40; bulls, t6.6otr7.Ut.; calves, 16.0 He
HOOM-Recelpts. 8.000 head; market 10
lo 20o lower; bulk, 18 904,7.:; hesvy. '.7ri
V7.10; packer and butchers, 86.B7 15;
lluht. 17.Uii7.4i: nla. 86. 76117. 2a.
bHEEP AND LAMES Receipt. tOlirt
head; market 80c higher; lambs, 8 ikfi
8.56; yearlliiKS. IH75(j7.50; wsthars, ri.
i.w; ewe, bwu. '6,
! I lly Mve Htork Market.
RIOI'X CITY, la., Julv 88 CAT TLB
Receipts. 1.200: insrket steadv: native
ateers, l6.CH4iy.25; cows and hslfers, 14.36
IK. 25; i smiers, I3.6nn4.76; stockers snd
feeders. I6.30iti'7.; calves, 6.0O(f8.76; bulls,
staas. nr.. 5.a4i6.iW.
ilOtlb-Recelpt ll.flfk); market 2i'c
lower: heavy. l6.8Cvf7 10, mlxedi S6 10Hr
6.30; light. tS.90.4); bulk of sales, S6.;
Bt. Joseph I. It Btoek Market.
8T. JOSEPH. Mo., July SS.-OATTLK-Receipts.
1,300 head: market strong:
steers, 17.010.50: cows snd heifers, .4P
9.00: calvea, 16,00(69.76.
HOGS Receipts, 7,500 head; market
lower: top, 17.30.
SHEF.H AND LA M R8 Receipt a. 1000
head; market higher; lamba, I7.60fje.7fi,
Live Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at tbe five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
"ettl. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 1.700 16.ru 7.600
Chicago 1S.0OO 24.000 17.000
Sioux City 1.200 R.ono 400
ft. Ixuila 4 800 6 mrt 1.600
Kansas City 1,400 8.04 $.000
Total '. 22.8") 78,400 81,600
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. July 28. DRY OOODI4
( 'ol ton gooda markets wer quiet and
ateady todav. Yarna were dull. I.aces
and embroideries are being offered for
a new season at advance. Burlap were
active. Worated yarna were sold for ei
port at firmer prices.
A "For Bale" ad will turn
furniture Into cash.
a ve You ir
Will Stack Your Grain and Save Labor.
Sandwich TJlfg. Co.
W. C. DAW80N, Mr.
Council Bluffs, la. Wrilt Bt or Phunt 2!J J
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Speculation on Larger Scale and
Million Mark is
STEEL SHARES ARE FAVORITES
NEW YORK July 2. Speculstlon wss
on a larger aisle todsy and the volume
of business was even greater than on
Hie preceding two days, passing the
million mark. The uef ac-iilar advance
among the industrials continued, but the
movement as a whole waa less Impres
sive than yesterday, owing to the Ibck
of resiliency among the railroad stock.
Thry rre traded In heavily, but showe.l
I he effects of Intermittent realising
aales. The rinse was Irregular with gains
In Industrials well maintained and the
railroad eharea on a slightly lower level
than at yesterday's close. Total salea
were 1,130,000 shares.
The steel stocks were the favorite on
evidences of Improvement In trsde con
ditions. United States Steel closed at 67.
the highest of the year. The largest ad
vance, however, waa In Oruvfble flteel
ami Hethlehem Steel, which eatahllshed
new records. An unconfirmed report
that the bulk of Crmtlile Steel was be
ing sought by purchasers of the stock In
open market wss given In explanation
of the Jump In that Issue of 16 point
to 65V Hethlehem Steel's rise waa 2J
twin is to 26R. High recards also were
made hv crucible Steel preferred at
o..v, Westlnghouse Electric at 112. Alfls
4'hslmers at and the preferred at
6Sl. Pittsburgh Steel preferred waa ad
vanced 6 polnta on resumption of the
dividend at the rate of 7 per cent. The
dividend on the preferred stock mag de
ferred on August 11 of laat year.
The electrical stooks were unusually
active. The rise In Westlnghouse was
Influenced hy the conspicuous receipt of
a large new war order, th rontract be
ing under call to toQOOO rifles with - an
option on the constmcnion of 200,00 more.
The bond market waa strong, although
there wa an Increase In foreign elllng.
Total sale, par value, 13.400.000. United
Steles 4s, coupon, advanced on call..
Aissfca Dots lv Inter lUrrsxsr..... 94
AmU. Cnrtw 71a. C 'gnulkern II
Ann Reel 8uar. .. M LMh Vallar. . .... .41
whihiiiii a n urn,
!XMn rw)relim...i. TV
1014 Miami Copper V
I2I'4M.. K. T V4
1 Amer. 4V af
1 Amtr. g,Mr Hl
I Amer. Tsl. Tel
AnaoenA Mining.. .. 1 Mo. FaMlla 1 1
Ali hlaon 141 Nstlonal I4,
Bslilmore a Ohio., is N. Y. OraraJ M
Hrookl.n R T HN. T . 14. N. t
Ol. Petrnisiim IS Kariharn psoitis .. .1114
rns4tn rartflo. . . .146 ynnylTinta tm
4irmimaa P. raf r lmv
41 Hay ras. Cfceper. . . i'V
s Rosillns ,...14: Hi
44Hniiltlsrn Pielfte....: MS
lbaapks O . .
rhi . Mil. Bt. P.
t'olo. fual a lroa.,
onr Rl f
at. Nor. IM
III. Nor Oro rtfs..
Interbnr -Mel old .
Snt hem Hv
I Toiaa iVkmeonr
174(4 U Bt
11714 6n era
l Waal am
nlna. .,.., Sa
London llaek Market.
I.ONDON. July S8, Aftlvlt- devloped
In American securities today In response
to yesterday a rise In Wall street. A
large business waa done In United States
Steel following the puhllcatrnn of the
quarterly report. The plica ranged from
68 to tW Canadian Pacific and Union, Pa
clflo were elo active, and th closing
firm at th beet point. American Mar
coni wet strong and Canadian Car waa
active around ivo. copper shares were.
SILVETt-Par, 22d per oUfioa. "
MONEY 4H4V, per rent. '
DISCflUNT RATFW Snort bill.
per cent; three months, MWi pr cent.
Hew York Moaey Market.
NEW TORK, 1 July SI MERCANTILE
rAPEn-ii3Vi per cent. .
STERLING EXCHANOE-410-bad bills.
14 7176; demsnd. $4.76.16; cables, 14.77.
SILVER-Bar. 47V,c; Mexican dollars.
3y . , .
lloN'DH Government, firm; v railroad,
strong. . .
T1MW IlANR Firm; ) days. 2V per
cent: wi daya, 2 Sper fent; six, months,
3' per cent . .
CAM. MONBY-ttteady; high. I per
cent: low ,li per cent;, ruling rate.
per cent; last loan, 2 per cent; closing
big, 1H per cent; offered at I per cent.
Melal Market. '
NrTvV YORK. July St. METALS
Iad, offered at I5.M. Spelter, net
quoted. Copir, nominal; electrolytic,
119 00. Iron, steady and unchanged. Tin,
dull; Y,.50fr14 00,
At Jxindon: Spot copper. 73; fu.
tu res. 73 is; electrolytic, sj87 10s; sriot
tin. 160 6a; futures, ilfV); antimony,
JL.12T.; lead, tU 7a d: gpelter 92 10. .
OMAHA. July SS.-Rank clearings for
Omaha today were U.617.&62.66, and for
the corresponding day last year $2,4.16,
810.91. Steamboat Inspection
Will Be Overhauled
WASH I NO TON, July SB.-A thorough
Investigation of the steamboat insoen
Hon by the Department of tmrneree,
It waa learned today, probably will grow
out ef th Eastland steamship disaster
In Chicago. A movement already' la ort
foot In the department for the practical
reorganisation of the service 1n prepara
tion of th Inauguration of the new sea
men's taw In November and th disaster
will tend to glv fore to thla work.
A tmk yar 00m parlaos of prlno on taalai New
yorh B10.H ai'hang awcurlllos. la THR OIn
1XT RHVIgw issawl tmry aaturaay by Jake
Mvlr a Oi. Ben ft tor lroa sample copies. (1
Broad war. Naw York CIIt.
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