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lira Scare the Shorts, Who Gov.
er, but the Market Shows
Little Feature.
lA Porecast Oood Enough to Allay
Pear and Tone Down the
Market.
Larger Receipts Today at Both
Minneapolis and Kansas
City.
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form of a good harvest Reports coming in
continue to run favorable, with some few ex
ceptions. The feeling that there is a big crop
has not been chansred The market is likely to
respond to minor bullish influences, to the ex
tent of a few cents at any time, but apparently
no permanent change in grain trade sentiment
has been made. The Northwestern Miller- goes
on record this week as predicting 200,000,000
bushels spring wheat for the three states and
makes reservations about macaroni wheat
The Miller also goes on record in opposition to
the Jones estimate of 180,000,000 bushels spring
and 8,000,000 macaroni, and says the figures
are too low.
Considerable comment has been heard about
the probability that farmers in the northwest
may hold back their -wheat If prices go lower.
A commission man of experience arid judgment
makes the argument that no holding back is
likely to be seen while present differenced be
tween cash wheat and the more distant options
remain. For instance, with No. 1 northern
about 80% to S7 cents and Minneapolis May
wheat about 83% to S3M, cents, which difference
maintained at one time thl* morning, a north
west farmer in touch with the markets, having
wheat to sell, and being dissatisfied with the
cash price, would be more likely to sell fits
wheat and buy the May option, than to cany
along the stnff with expense of holding and risk
of loss.
Minneapolis elevator stocks show decrease for
five days of 250,000 bushels. Minneapolis ana
Kansas City got the larger receipts, the local
800 cars, comparing with 230 last year and the
311,000 bushels at Kansas City running well
over the 156,000 corresponding. St. Louis got
103,000 bushels against 152,000, Chicago 45 cars
against 80, Duluth 4, compared with 12, and
Winnipeg 11 against 9.
Love's wire to Stephens said the Manitoba
wheat worked yesterday figured about 01%
cents for No. 1 northern and 88% cents for No.
2 northern elf Liverpool, against American
northwestern wheat No. 1 northern at 94%
cents and No. 2 at 91% cents. On this basis
Canada -will Bell her crop first
Primary receipts. 873,000 bushels against 767,-
000. Clearances equal to 335,000 bushelB wfieat.
THE FLOUR MARKET
SHIPMENTS HOLD UPPRICES REMAIN
EASY BUT UNCHANGED.
The expectation of a more steady outward
movement at the rate of about 50,000 barrels a
day is being realized, shipments holding up
fairly well. No change was made in quotations
today, altho the market is somewhat easier in
tone. Shipments, 46,571 barrels.
First patents are quotable at $.".20@5.30
second patents, $5@5.10: first clears, $3 90@4:
second clears, ?2.35sgs.oo
THE CASH TRADE
i'OTTH-CEUX DHOP IN rr.iTFEED PHICES
ALSO REDUCED.
FLAXReceipts, 35 cars, against 27 last
year, shipments, 1 car. Duluth, none.
Closing prices: Minneapolis, cash, S1.15M, to
arrive, $1 04*.
OATSNo. 3 white closed at 24%c. Receipts,
70 cars shipments. 28 cars.
CORNNo. 3 yellow closed at 51^ c. Re
ceipts 2 ears: shipment"*, none.
FEED AND COARSE GRAINCoarse corn
meal and cracked corn,o inn sacks, sackcso extrad
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Minneapolis Chamber of ""Commerce, Aug.
-Hain over the northwest and covering
I shorts put wheat up a notch early today.
tember, against yesterday'st low%pointt oIfn 80h
cents and yesterday's close at 81% cents, was Sepr' October
S2 VJ cents 82cens te
opening business. The rains, while not heavy
enough to cause any feav of bad effects, were by
no means favorable and continued rain would
be decidedly bad. For Minnesota the outlook is
for local thunderstorms tonight and Friday, and
local rains are due for the Dakotas tonight, but
the Friday prediction for the Dakotas was for
fair weather, which was the saving feature of
the situation. All the trade realizes that con
tinued rain for several days over North Da
kota might take the edge off the crop and make
a difference In quality that would be important.
Besides pulling down the trastiels somewhat.
Also, the trade feels that no longer period of rain
need be expected. While the possibility of dam
age is present, chance would appear to favor
the other bide, for considering how much bad
weather the northwest bad early in the season,
there ought now to be an evening up in the
erudfee (2- 3 an
1- 8 oats 80' sacks, sacks extra, 1 8 50(B1 7 5
fco. 2 ground feed corn and oats). 80-lb
Backs, hacks extra, $18.50^18.75 No. a ground
feed (1-3 corn and 2 3 oats), 70-lb sacks, saks
extra. ?18 50R1 75
MILLSTUFFS Bran in bulk, $12@12.2.-
shorts. ?12@12 25 middlings, $13(315.15 red
dog $19 all In Minneapolis" In 200 lb
sacks,Perl tp ton additional, in
jL toent additional. Shipments160-lb 1,810sacks..
1(.
Duluth.
V** mifs
tons
RYEM. 2 closed at 564@57%c Receipts,
6 cars shipments, 1 oar.
BARLEY Feed grades closed at 35@41c
malting grades, 42@47c. Receipts. 89 cars
shipments, 13 cars.
HAYChoice timothy, $10.50(^11 0 2 tim
othy. $8.50@9 50 No 3 timothy, $7@8 choice
upland, $0@u.5O wheat and oats straw. $4(3!
4.50. Receipts, 100 tons.
CASH SALES REPORTED TODAY.
(All sales are new wheat unless specified as
old.)
No. 1 northern wheat, 8 cars S.86%
No. 1 northern wheat, 5 cars !$
No. 1 not thern wheat, 8 cars 87
No .1 northern wheat, 5 cais 80
No. 1 northern wheat. 1 ear, old 104
No. 1 norther mvheot, 2,000 bu to arrive .84%
No. 2 northern wheat, 1 car, oatey 83
No. 2 northern wheat, 8 cars .84
No. 2 northern wheat, 8 cars !s3
No. 2 noithein wheat, 1 car *85%
northern bent, 2 0 OOO to arrive '81V-
No. 3 wheat. 1 car 77
No. 3 uheat, 2 cais 81
No. 3 wheat, 2 cms, old ,89
No. 3 wheat, 3 ears, smut 78
No. 3 wheat, 1 car, smut ,'79
No. 3 wheat, 1 car P3t
No S wheat. 1 car, old "011
4, wlieat, 1 car V. _"s
No. 4 wheat, 1 ear, old .7fi
No. 4 wheal, 1 ear 80
Rejected wheat, 2 cars '75
Relected wheat. 2 cars, smut '.821/1
Rejected wheat. 1 car 81
Rejected heat, 1 car "go
Ko srrade wheat. 1 oar SCI
No grade wheat, 1 car TS
No guide wheat, 1 ear, frost ,'fio
No grade wheat. 1 car 82
No grade wheat, 1 car '73
No grade wheat, 1 ear. old '73
No. 3 corn. 1 car '.*i
No. 4 corn, 1 car [51
No. 3 white oats, 1 car.. i'.'.'.'..",'.'.'.,','.\ .251,4
No, 3 white oats, 3 cats '25
No. 3 white oats 2 cars '24%
No. 4 white oat^, 3 cars 24
No. 4 white oats. car Zi%
No. 4 white o\ts, 1 car 241c
4 taire ota lcit oT, 7
No. 3 outs, 1 eir 231*!
No, 3 oats, 12 cars Ig.l
No. 3 oats. 1 car '231/the
No grade oat^, 1 car '23
No srrade oats, 1 car
No grade cats, 1 car 22%
No grade oats. 1 car 'oi
No. 2 ne. 2 cars ".r,/wheat.
No. 4 barley, 1 car 'i*T
No. 4 barlej 1 car 37U
No. 4 barley, 1 car 40V
No. 4 bai ley, 1 car 43
No. 4 barley, .Tears 4
No. 4 barley, 1 car V, t/
No. 4 barlej 2 cars
No. 4 barley. cars
No. 1 feed barlev, 1 car.
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car.
No. 1 feed barlev, 2 cars
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car.
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car.
Xo. 2 feed larle\ 1 car
No. 2 feed barley, 2 cars
No. 2 feed bailey 1 car.
No grade barley, 1 cai.
No. 1
flaxseed.
42
.36% .37
.35% .37 .38%
35% 371^
35M
1 0 cars IK
No 1 flaxseed. 1.000 bu to arrive i'o5
Kejected flaxseed. 2 cars i Va
Durum wheat, 13 cars, No. 2 BC
Durum wheat. 1 ear. No. 3..' no
Durum wheat, 2 cars, No. 3... e?
Durum wheat, 1 car. No. 1. en
Winter wheat, 9 cars, No. 2 0%
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Thursday Kvenfng,
tronger Wheat on the Northwest Weather
Open. High.
I M% .84H
82fc8 .82%
-80*4 .80
Minneapolis Oats
Sept,
Chicago Options,
PUTS AND CALLS.
2 10 o'clock report:
PutsSeptember uheat, 81 %c.
CallsSeptember wheat, 83]
RANGE OF WHEAT PRICES IN MINNEAPOLIS
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CurbSeptember wheat, 82%c.
PutsDecember wheat, 80%^|80V4e.
CallsDecember wheat, 81% g.81}4c
CurbDecember wheat, 80%c.
STATE GRAIN INSPECTION AUG. 30,
Inspected InWheatCarsGreat Northern
No. 1 northern, 7 No. 2 northern, 7 No. 3, 1
No. 4, 1 rejected, 1
Chicag-o, Milwaukee & St. PaulNo. 1 north
ern, 20, No. 2 nortbein, 28 No. 3, 7 rejected,
4 no grade. 2.
Minneapolis & St. Louis-No. 1 northern, 1 no
grade, 4.
Soo LineNo. 1 northern, 1 No, 2 northern,
2 No. 4, 2.
Northern PacificNo. 1 northern. 4 No. 2
nortbein, 4, No. 8, 1 No. 4, 2 rejected,
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & OmahaNo.
1 northern, 4 No. 2 northern, 9 No, 8, 4
No. 4, 1 rejected, 1 no grade, 1.
Chicago Great WesternNo. 2 northern, 3
No. 3. 1 No. 4, 1.
Minnesota TransferNo. 3, 1 No. 4, 1.
TotalsNo. 1 northern, 37 No. 2 northern,
53 No. 3, 15 No. 4, 8 rejected, 7 no grade, 7.
Other Grains Inspected InCarsNo. 1 win
ter wheat, 2, No. 2 winter wheat, 78 No. 3
winter wheat, 9 rejected winter wheat, 1 noresumed
grade winter wheat. 4 mixed wheat. 13 west
el wheat, 1 iso. 3 yellow com, 2 8 com,
2, No, 4 corn, 2 no grade coin, 2 No. 3 white
oats, 11 No. 4 white oats, 21 No. 3 oats, 23
no grade oats, 7 No. 2 rye, 6 No. 3 rye, 4
no grade rye, 1 No. 4 barley, 15 No. 1 feed
barley, 12 No. 2 feed barley, 12 no grade
feed barley, 11 No. 1 northwestern flax, 2
No 1 flax. 10, rejected flax, 1.
Inspected OutCareNo 1 northern wheat,
31 No. 2 northern wheat, 2 No. 3 wheat. 11
No. 4 wheat. 3 no grade wheat, 4 No. 1 winter
wheat, 1 No. 2 winter wheat, 1 No. 3 winter
wheat, 3 mixed wheat, 9 No. 4 white oats, 6
No. 3 oats. 5. No. 3 barley, 1 I'o. 4 barley, 1
No. 1 feed bailey, 1 No. 2 foed barley, 1 noday
grade feed barley, 1 No. 2 rye, 4.
DAILY WHEAT MOVEMENT,
The following are the receipts and shipments
at the principal primary wheat markets:
Receipts, Shipments,
Bushels.
New York 21,600
Philadelphia 34,506
Baltimore 14,940
Toledo 45,000
Detroit 12,69
St. Louis 10S,lH)0
Boston Chicago 60,400
Milwaukee 24,1'iO
Duluth 17roTl
Minneapolis 287,640
Kansas City S11.O0O
Close. Close.
Today, Yesterday
$ ,8S%84 $ .88%
.82tt ,82U
.80%% -79%
Low.
I .88?
ClOfae
Bushels.
22.8,000
1,000
61.D00
7,964
80,167
1.123
20,'100 54.150
23S.O00
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. Au*. 81.
Received Wheat, 306 cars, 287.640 bu: corn,
2,000 bu oats, 112,180 bu barlev, 80.990 bu:
rye, 4.620 bu flax, 22,400 bu54.15 flour, 400: brls
buy,, 100d tonth. ca.r lots. f29
,pp
Weat5 7 cars0 buoat
44,SO() bu, barlej, H.ZoO bu rye, 890 bu flax,
900 bu, flour, 46,571 brla millstutfs, l.sio tons,
llnteed oil. 120.000 lbs: oil cake. 30.000 lbs
car lots, 393.
WHEAT MOVEMENT BY ROADS. Aug 31
Uecelvert Cars Mil-w avifcee, S2. Om-ha. 25: S
Louis :1G: Great Northern. 69 Burllnjrton. 25'
Sao. 14.
ShippedCarsMilwaukee, 22 Omaha, 6
St.No.
Louis, Wisconsin Central, 2 Great Northern.
12 Burlington, 3.
GHAIN TRADE GOSSIF
Piper Johnson best buyer of September here.
Watson and Woodworth botli buying September
and Van Dusen buying September and belling
Decemer.
WlmUon case took loo May from Woodworth
at 83V(.c Trade light at tha moent. Yester-
dnVs buyers as rule toont their proms on
early bulge today,
Burtlett Iftasser have been eood buyers May
and sellers December oats today.
In the Chicago grain market Valentine was
selling wheat personally. Ringle selling a little
In the corn market Friedman was offer
ing May corn in bie lots.
In the local market Lewis. Woodworth and
Watson were the best buyers on the last upturn,
taking December and May principally.
Argentine shipments this week are estimated
at 1.600.0(H) bu wheat and 2,800,000 bu corn.
Daggett picking up May wheat, flrmlne mar
ket.
Northwest weather at 11 a.m.: FargoRain
ing since 3 a.m. good steady rain and raining
now 58 above. Grand ForksCloudy, raining
looks like will rain all day. ComstockRain
ing steady since 4 a.m. calm 60 above. Osa-
*""Cloudy, calm ana cool no rain. St. Cloud
Cloudy and cool no rain 62 above. Hunter
Kalninp since 4 a.m. looks like more. Win-
nipegPart cloudy, cool -50 above. Uasseltou
Raining since 5 a.m. Fergus FallsRaining
hard: been raining since early this morning
58 above. Michigan City. N. D.Rained heavy
all nigbt. MlnotCloudy, raining 63 above.
Devils LakeRaining, wind east 58 above.
BismarckCloudy, heavy rain this morning,
brisk southeast wind.
We Represent INDEPENDENT DRAIN SHIPPERS.
ffCO.
Grain Commission. Minneapolis.
Closa.
Tear Ago.
$1.12
1.18%
.23Ml n%9%
THE DAY'S REPORTS
Sept. Wheat
Close. Close.
Today. Yesterday.
Minneapolis $ .82% S .81%
Chicago 78%8 .78%%
Duluth 82% .81%
St. Louis 76 -?6%
Kansas City 12%%' -72%
New York 84%@85 .84%
"Winnipeg .77% .77
-Deo. Wheat-
Close.
Today.
S .80%%
.81 76%@%
Close
Yesterday.
$ .70%
.80%% .76 .78%
.72%% .86%
.79
.78% .86%
CLOSING CASH PRICES
No. 1 hard, 88c No. 1 northern, 86c No. 1 northern to arrive, 84%c No. 2 nortn-
ern, 8384c No. 2 northern to arrive, 81%c No. 8 wheat, 79@81c No. 3 white oats,
24%c No. 2 rye, S8^4@67%c durum, 69c No. 1 flax, $1.15% No. 3 yellow corn, 51%c
barley, 35c to 47c.
TODAY'S RANGE OP WHEAT
Minneapolis Options.
..aMMO.
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CHICAGO GRAIN
WET WEATHEK CAUSES BTEONOEE WHEAT
OPENING.
Chicago, Aug. 81.Wet weather in the north
west started active covering shorts in the
wheat pit here today resulting in a strong mar
ket. Offerings were comparatively light. Sep
tember opened y*@%c to %@%c higher at
78%c to 79c, sold at 79&c then settled back
to 78%c. December opened ^O'&c to %@%cper
higher at 80%c to 81%c and for a time, held
within the opening range, Minneapolis, Du
luth and Chicago reported receipts of 355 cars
against 170 Cars last week and 52 cars a year
ago.
Later the market became quiet ana weak
under liberal liquidation of September. For
September the lowest point of the day was
reached at 7fe&c. December declined to 80%c.
Practically all of the loss was later regained
on covering by storts, the market closing firm
with September up %c at 78%@%c. Decem
ber was UD Ms%c at 81c.
Cash wheat. No. a red, 80%c No. 8 red,
76'/c NO. 3 red, 78(g,80C, No. 2 hard, 70%@
78^80c No. 2 hard, 79%@88c No. 3 hard,
"8i,'85c No. 1 northern and No, 2 northern,
nothing doing No. 3 spring, 80(5)900.
Close: Wheat, September, 78%@78%c De
cember, 81c May, 84%c.
Notwithstanding the action of the Chicago
Board of Trade in lifting the ban i trading I
"puts and calls" there was apparently no dis
position to do any trading of that character here
today. "Puts and calls" are contrary to the
Illinois state statutes. Threats of prosecution
under the statutes seemed to be, for today, at
least, an effectual offset to the action of the
Board of Trade.
The corn market was Irregular, the September
option being weak, while distant deliveries were
Arm. Shorts commission houses were fair pur
chasers of December and May. September
delivery was subjected to considerable profit
taking. September opened unchanged at 53y2c
and declined to 52%c. Later the price rallied
to 32%@33c. December opened a shade to 14
%c higher at 43c to 43%c and sold at 48%@
43%c. Local receipts were 440 cars with 250 of
contract grade.
The inaiket was comparatively steady the last
half of the session. At the close September
was oft VJC at ode. December was up A
at 4314c."
Cash torn, No. 2, 54c No. 3, 53%@54c.
Close: Corn, September, 53c old, 53%c De
cember, 43%c old, 45%c May, 42%@48c.
Strength of wheat had a bullish eflect on the
iat, luarUet. Sn all receipts added to the
strength. Commission house were the
principal purchasers. September opened un
changed to a shade higher at 25y,ic to 25%@
25%c and held within the opening range. De
cember was %@%e to Y4.C higher at 26%
5tt:y,c to 2Q^c Local recelots -were 23 0 cars.
Cash oats. No. 2. 2flc No. 3, 24%c.
Close: Oats, August, 5%@2o^C tem w,
25%25%c December, 26%cj Maye,p 28%
The following was the range of prices:
Wheat Sept. Dec. May.
Opening 78%@79 80%@81%
Highest 79%
Lowest 78^4
Close-
Today 78%@%
Yesterday 78%
Year ago ....1.00
Corn
Opening 54
Highest 54
Lowest 52%
81% 84% 88%@%
81
80%@1
84@% 83%@%
1.09
Today 53%
Yesterday 53%
Yesterday 53%
Oats-
Opening 25%@%
Highest 25%@%
1.11%%
45
45% 44%
42%@43
43%
42%
42%@43
42%
45%
52$ 26% 26%
26%
Lowest 25%
CloBe-
Today 25%@%
Yesterday 2oVt
Year ago 32%
PUTS AND CAIXS I N CHICAGO.
Leaders of the fight for recognition of puts
and calls on the Chicago board declared today
that altho sentiment favors resumption, th
practice of trading in privileges would not be
until a test case could be brought to
a final determination and had shown the present
state law unconstitutional. Meantime the Chi
cago puts and calls business would be Bent to
Milwaukee.
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS
DTJXTTTH GHAIN, Aug. 31 Flax sold up early
to $1.0 5 for October and there was a general
bidding at that figure. The advance was on ac
count of rains In the northwest and the pros
pect for damp weather tomorrow. October then
bioke to $1.04 and advanced %c. The close wis
l%c higher. Except for the early flurry the
was quiet.
Wheat was very strong. It sold up to 82%c.
but trading was dull and it declined. Receipts
all grains, 30 cars shipments wheat, 20,000 bu.
Barley, cars on track, 22c.
CloseWheat to arrive, No. 1 northern, 84%o
No. 2 northern, 80% September, No. 1 north
ern, 82%c No. 2 northern, 78%c December No.
1 northern. 77c. Flax, to arrive Sept. 5, $1.20
to arrive Sept. 15, $1.10 on track, $1.30 Sep
tember, $1.06 August, $1.28 October. $1.04%
November. $1.05 December, $1.04% May, $1.08.
Oats, 25%c rye, 58c.
NEW YORK FLOXTB AND GRAIN, Aug. 81.
Flour, receipts, 18,756 brls sales. 800: dull and
unchanged. Wheat, receipts, 21,600 bu sales,
1,200,000 bu firm and higher on rains in spring
wheat sections, strength of northwest markets,
unfavorable crop news from Germany and local
coverings September, 85@85%c December,
seT4@SG lB-iecMay 88%@S8 15-16e. Rye.
quiet No. 2 western, 03^c i Now xork.
Corn, receipts, 130,750 bu dull and BO transac
tions.
KANSAS CITY GRAIN, Aug. 81.Close-
Wheat, September, 72%r^72%c December.
73%c May. 70c cash, No. 2 hard, 76%@81c
No 3, ToOSOc. No 2 red. 82c No. 3. 77%@78c.
Corn, September, 48c-, December, 38%c May,
3SV4ci ca-ih, No. 2 mixed. 4@40%e No. 2
white, 50c No. 3, 49%@49%e. Oats, No. 2
white, 26%SJ27c No. 2 mixed. 25@25%c.
MILWAUKEE GRAIN AND TL0TTR, Aug. 31.
Flour dull: wheat firm: No. 1 northern. 910
03c, No. 2 northern 855j92c September. 78%c
asked: puts, 78%c. sellers calls, 70Hc, sellers.
Rye Steady. No. 1, 0]@61%c. Barley steady,
2, 52c: sample. 37052c. Oats steady:
standard, 2728c. Corn steady: September,
5&%c puts, 52%c sellers calls, 64%c sellers.
WINNIPEG GRAIN, Aug. 31.September
opened at 78c closed a 7834c. October opened
at 77 %c. closed at 77%c. December closed
74Vic. Cash Close-No, 1 northern,
UNITED STATES TREASURY STATEMENT.
Washington, Aug. 31.Today's statement of
the treasury balances In the general fund ex
clusive of the $150,000,000 gold reserve shows:
Available cash balances, $127,118,515 gold coin
and bullion, $34,702,099 gold certificates, $29,-
117,41 0.
The Cincinnati Prlca Current says- "Unhar-
rested crops favored by continued desirable
weather conditions, says C. S. Murray. Good
promise maiutalned. Market sentiment for corn
weakening under more certain position of the
crop. Wheat promises exportable surplus exceed
ing probable call for it."
St. Louis wired: "The malorlty of the re
ceivers say ther look for light moveent of
wheat until Sept. 15th."
Broomhall cables that the German official re
port makes the condition of winter wheat and
rye as unsatisfactory, grain having developed
too quickly and harvested In a damp condition.
E. R. J^ADEW IS DEAD.
New York, Aug. 31.Edward R. Ladew. ona
of the most prominent leather manufacturers
in the United States, died at bis borne at
Glencoye, L. I., ged 60 year*, ot
cirrnosis of the liver. Mr. Ladew was a mem
ber of the firm of Fayerweather Ladew,
leather manufacturers.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNA]
BEARS SCORED A
WILL OW.ICHAMGEmarkflt
FRACTIONAL LOSSES MARKED
THE OPENING IN STOCKS.
Fractions Wert Boon Extended to a
Point end to Several Points in Borne
of the Prominent StocksOmaha
Buns of Six Points,
New York, Aug. 81.Fractional losses were
the rule at the opening of the stock market
with offeringStatef Union Reading, Erie Unite
Steel
oPacific,
a liberal scale.
The stocl* market was quite irregular during
the first hour's business. Opening losses were
canceled and St. Paul, Union l'uclflc, Reading,
Amalgamated Copper and the United States.
Steel stocks sold a fraction over yesterday 'B
closing. Later selling drove these and the list
in general below the earlier low point. Lead
was actively bought and improved 2$i-
Stop loss orders were uncovered on heavy
selling and very je ot the active stocks escaped
losseB of a point or more. orthern pacific,
Great Northern preferred, Delaware Ac Hudson
and Sugar dropped 2 points, Chicago, St Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha 6 and Colorado Fuel &
Iron 7. The market rallied a fraction and be
came dull at noon. Bonds were easy at noon.
Stocks were unloaded at a rapid rate this
afternoon and the list at times was absolutely
without support. Declines of between 1 and 8
points were made by a dozen or more of the
representative railroads and specialties. New
York Central, North-Western and Tennessee
Coal yielded 39i to 4^i- The execution ot sup
porting orders before 1 o'clock checked the
break and the market rallied a substantial
fraction with Reading and Amalgamated Cop
recovering a point and New York Central 2.
Heavy selling of Reading and Amalgamated
Copper started prices .downward again, some
stocks touching the lowest of the day. Read
ing sagged 3, Amalgamated 3%, Sugar 3^4 and
Great Northern preferred 6. Sharp recoveries
running to a point or more In spots were poorly
held
Stock quotations reported for The Journal by
Watsou & Co., brokers, Chamber of Commerce,
Minneapolis. Closing figuies are bid.
Sales. Stocks igh
:st.
High-1 Low-
est.
American Car.
do pr
Amer. Loco,.,.
do pr
Am. Woolen
do pr
Amer. Sugar..
Am. Smelting.
-Close
Bid. Bid.
|Aug31 Aug30
37%
100%
52y4
118
36%
103% 144% 128%
123 M,
85%
114
80%
104%
113%
71%
164%
56%
100%
50%
112%
86
103% 142%
12% 124
88%
112
50%
114% 112%
35%
144U 129iS 125%
141% 125% 124 do
Amal. Copper..
Anacon. Cop...
A., T. & S. F.
do pr
Bait. & Ohio.
Mrook. Kap. T.
CaD. Pacific...
Ohes. & Ohio..
Chi. & Alton..
do pr
Corn Products.!
Chi. Gr. West.
do pr A
do pr
C.C.C. & St.L.lot*
C. V. & I...,.
Col. Southern.
do 1st pr...
do 2d pr....
Consol. Gas.
Del. & Hudson
D., L. & W...
D. & K. G..
do pr
D., S. S. & A.
do pr
Erie
do 1st pr...
do 2d pr....
Gen. Electric.
Gr. Nor. pr...
91%
105%
113 V*
71%
164%
86%
104%
111%
68-k
102%
54#
105 112%
60
163%
56 38 78 10%
21%
72
10%
8*
10%
20% 71 33%
100%
44%
100%
44% 27%
62% 48
185
216% 454
35% 88%
14% 83% 50% 83%
76%
180
815 176%
100%
40% 28%
63
43%
186
218% 450
36 89% 15 34% 52% 84
77%
181 819
178%
25^4 57 21 80 08
150%
133 166
'160
131%
83% 74
107%
34% 72%
24% 55
112%
so
210 221 152%
55
45
6%
45%
217% 216%
"80% 85% 50% 83
76%
84
E 317 178%
180 313
176%
Illinois Cent
Iowa Central.
*2i"
do pr
150%
do pr
148%
132% 165% 165 128%
82%
73
lOo
33% 71%
23% 54
112
148%
131%
84
io7% ios''
33% 71%
f2*
Northwestern N. Y. Cent..
Ontario & W..
Pressed Steel.
28% 28%
28%
26% 28%
216 148%
54%
?21 152%
55%
do pr
Pacific Mail.
28% 8%
217% 14a%
54%
44 06
Penn. B...
People's Gas,.
Reading
I do 1st. pr
do 2d pr
Kepub. Steel,
do pr 89%|88%|
Rubber Goods
do pr
Rock Island..
do pr
145% 105% 119
143% 103% 115%
21% 20%
S t. Paul
33%
70%
181%
6T%
36
179
65%
35 99%
80%
35%
116
131%
oi"
179
So. Pacific
So. Railway
do pr
Tenn. C. & I.
Texas Pacific.
Twin C. R. T.
Union Pacific.
180 &
67 ft
100
90%|
36% I
116% 134% "52
35 35%
99% 911%
87% 90%
36 36%
116 I 110%
1316% 134%
30%
58
Northern Pacific genpral 3s. 7 7
at2 $l No
northern, 07c No. 3 northern, 79c No. 4 extra,
65c No. 4, 64c No. 5, 59c feed, 54c. Re
ceipts wheat, 11 cars last year, 9.
LIVERPOOL OBAIIf, -A-MS- 31 Wheat, spot
nominal, futures steady September, 6s 7%d
December, Os 6%d. Corn, spot steady Ameri
can mixed, spot, Bs %d. Futures steady Sep.
tember, 4s 9%d December, 4s 8%d January,
4s 3%d.
CHICAGO SEED AND COARSE GRAIN, Aug.
31.Rye. cash, 60%@61%c September, 59%@
01%c December. 59%@62%c. Flax, cash,
northwestern, $1.12 southwestern, $1.06. Tim
othy, September, $3.80@March, $3.65. Clover,
cash, $12. Barley, cash, 3648c.
m.
United States Steel os, 97%, 97%, T%, 97%.
Japanese fivst 6s, 102, 101%, ,101%.
Japanese 2s, 100%, 100%, 100%, 100%, 100%Denn-Arlzona
Japanese 4%s, 91%, 91, 91%, 91%, 91%, 91%,
91%. 91%, 91%, 91%, 91%, 91%, 91%, 91%,
01%, 91%.
Japanese second 4%s, 01, 90%. 90%, 90%.
Northern Securities, 186.
Oregon Short Line 4B, 06%.
Greene Copper, 25%.
Rock Island 5s, 96%, 96%, 96%.
Wabash 2s, 37%.
MONEY REPORTS
ST. PAUL, Aug. 81.Bank clearings, $813,-
885.88 week, $5,563,208.31: last year, $5,526,-
725.79 month, $25,897,904.79 hist year, $25,-
015,831.44.
PARIS, Aug. 31., 4 Three per cent
rentes, 100 francs for the account. Exchange on
London, 25 francs 15 centimes for checks.
LONDON, Aug. 31.The Bank of England's
rate of discount was unchanged today at 2%
per cent.
The weekly statement of the anB kof England
shows the following changes: Total reserve, de
creased 73,000 circulation, increased 561,-
000 bullion, decreased 171,516 other securi
ties, decreased 328,000 other deposits, de
creased, 1,315,000 public deposits, increased
341,000 notes reserve, decreased 747,000
government securities unchanged. The proportion
of the bank's reserve to liabilities, which last
weeek was 46.71 per cent, is now 46.22 per cent.
Bullion amounting to 21,000 was withdrawn
from the Bank^ of England today for shipment to
South America.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 31. -Bank clearings to
day, $2,018,672.94 for the week, $13,042,344 6aT
corresponding weeek, $12,003.8-16 37. New York
exchange: Selling rate, 10c premium-, buyine
rate. 30c discount. Chicago exchanue: Sellinl
rate, 80c premium buying rate, 10c discount.
London 60-day sight documentary exchange.
Exchange on London,&-nHrr)ur45% nfes for
checks. Discount rates, short bills, 3 pe? cent
three months' bills, 2% per cent.
Harris Scuatten leading
wheat.
?M MttOlIJiANBOUg I
IW T01X 00TT0N, Aug, (11,-The
opened itrwig ah an advance ot
point* in regpoMNe- to i
courgkod
pressurei
S5fl2-ri' ing the rorenoo and bo?ore mld-dnV prlcea bid
been depresse,fnto a net loss of 22(0118 Dolnts
?fn
?flrf
h?
a
easy, at mark, cases included, 13%@l6Mc,
Cheese, firm 11%C twins, lie Young
$tic
B- Wdaisies.-V,o
Po
15c
~%,CrJ Oa^irlCa:oJ*efctember'
$7-22%
T'
N
n?
nU 7on*H
8 40.
to $200 farm marcs, choice.8 $15h0l tCo $160: farm
ma
es f,iS
mo
drlTer
$120ato
128%
82%
stead &Jl
83%t 84$| 84
North A-m.
Northern P,ac.
r"W&
20%
57%
Total sales, 1,261,200.
SalesPacific Mail, 1,200 North-Western,
8,200 St. Paul, 29,900 Erie, 72,500 first pre
ferred, 1.200 second, 2,400 New York Cen
tral, 13,700 Union Pacific, 159,500.
Reading, 54,500 Missouri Pacific, 12,000 On
tario & Western, 10,100. Canadian Pacific, 12,-
100 Northern Pacific, 3,700 Atchison, 6,100
Atchison preferrred, 1,500 Sugar, 16,900 Ten
nessee, 11,800 Southern Pacific, 16,100 South
ern Railway, 5,700 Baltimore & Ohio, 11,100
Anaconda, 1,600, Great Western, 6,300: Metro
politan, 13,800 Smelter, 18,000 Republic Steel.
2.800: United State* Steel. 1O0.7OO United States
Steel preterred, 67,200, Copper, z,Too Pennsyi,
vania, 58.100.
ACTIVE BONDS AND OXTBB STOCKS.
Quotations to o'clock Aug. 31:
American Tobacco 4s, 76%, 76.
C, B. & Q. Joint 4s, 101%.
^August 3i, iQpg.
tt
mied drought In TPXHS. NewYlrleaM and Wall
ifi'Mt niip0itrod to tti Mimjorting the market, but
thtrt was nsid llnuldatlon and sonie ot
the local professionals sold aggressively at the
Initial bulge, Humors of
rTsuttled,
In TM Vn
and thae, market during the
^!W
with
lon
sid,theehigh
or-lt*
wer causht
oa
th
lewdurf o
votntl net l!wr. morning about 8 to 8
t^S
bei
covering but the market at
Ef-uL0..-
ro
WiaAi.nerrou?o
and
biddllngs,,'lie
"trong
tf'
nootn w'aettled Spo cotton aale
gulf, ll.25c uturmiddling September.
to
10.87c Oc-
tober, 11.06c, December. Iliac Januarv 1117/.-
ft^uary. H.22c bid. Mar"'U^M^.'*&
mM?f?L-
J?108?*1
nMe
ule 2 0 points decline
U,,dd,l D.
Sna\es!1t4^laba1es.10'96c
ul
alive, weak tur
ckPI-
s. He springs 12c Potatoes
cu
-fi
75 weights
earlots, pghttrack 35@l2c. Veal, Arm 50 toperiod
?tlb.
el,110Aj,@weights,
7e
J-
-lb
9c.
8S'
t0
ST. LOUIS GRAIN, Aug. 31.Close- Wheat
eeembeV 40%
40%L,
Oats steady No. 2, cash, ,.25%c track. 26WiA
27c September, 24%c December. 26c.
1
PROVISIONS
CHICAGO PROVISIONS, 81.Notwith-
J1
B-ceut decline'inAvg.
a
dln
mfrke? ^J,* P*
TOlSoVt
the price of live
Provisions
December, $7.05-
ber
2Vj
Rlbs September, $8.80 Oetol
ber, $8.90 Jannary, $6.55.
NEW Y0HK-75@18.T3 "PROVISIONS, 81.Pork
*15 abortrAugt.e
m?*\
sam $8.2 0
clear ?1 4
Prlm
S
weste
NEW YORK SUGAR AND COFFEE, AUK 31
-ugar, raw, nominal: fair4 8%c *ce
^refined A4
crefining, mola'as^suM?i
32
JJ unsettled crushed, 6c powdered
5.40e granulateds,s 5.30cfirm.Coffeew steadV No 1
8%c. Molaes, *e OrleanIs
LONDON METALS,yAng. 31.Conner fell
^OTM?itv S
htT
CSJ^s.
were sold.
NEW YORK METALS, Aug. 81.Lead and
copper quiet and unchanged?
NEW YORK OIL, Aug. 31.Petroleum steadv
leflned. all ports, 6.85@6.90c. steady,
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK, Aug 81.CattleR,
ceipts 7,500 market slow Wc Werflood
l^Z
*5-50@-50:to.
StVr*t
78 10%
21% 72 34%
cnolc
20%.
80 07
2oya
80 80%
timer, mper
do pr
Long Island
Louis. & Nash.
M,, St. P. & S
do pr
Manhattan Met. St. Ry
Met. Securities
Minn. & St.
Missouri Pac
M., K. &
do pr
Mexican Cent
Nat. Biscuit..
do pr
Norfolk & \V
Poo to medium
$4@5.25 stockers and feeders, $2.2524.40
cows, *2.25@4.50 heifers, $2.25@5- canners
$150@i30, bulls, $2 25^4 Xs, S
7.75 Texas-fed .steers, ?3.50@4.75 western
steers, $3.40@5.05. Hogs'Receipts, 16,000-
morrow, 14,000 market 5c lower mixed and
butchers,r $5.75@6.25 good to choice heavy. $6
^o
gh
hea
20:
$5@5.40 native lambs, $5.25@7.85 western
lambs, $6@7.85.
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET, Minnesota Trans
fer, St. Paul, Aug. 31.Barrett & Zimmerman
report: General market active, stimulated by
the arrival of several outside buyers. Receipts
a little lighter, running to drafters and loggers
Buyers report a scarcity in the country, but
stock of exceptionally good quality. Smaller
horses remain firm, with a slight increase inrtil
rnana lor arivers. All clasps wnmg th0
following values: extra, $16o to 210-
drafters, choicet, $150 tdo $165 drafters, common
Pm
0
$165
ST. LOUISs LIVESTOCK, Aug. 81 Cattl*
Receipts,e 6,000, including 4.00CT Texan^marlet S
J207%
teer8 $3@5.70 stockers an? feed
ere, $2@4^0 cows and heifers. $2@5.to- Tews
steers, 12@3.40 cows and heifers, $2@2.'90
HogsReceipts, 4,000 market 5c higher hoes
and lights, $5.75@6.25 packers, $550@6 20-
butchers and best heavies, $6.10@6.SO
SheepReceiptsa,m 2,000:* market stenrfv
4.50.
5
5
ltS
BO
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK, Auir rHip
nrarket steady native steers, $4g6.10 southern
cotTon^ifetL g
45
143% 103Y4 110%
02
94 21
'88%&
32%
145% 104% 118%
92 05% 21% 89 34%
western steers,
$2.25@4.75*5.80W5!
1
78% 33 79
2
9
U. S. Rubber..
do pr
U. S. Steel....
do pr
Wabash
do pr
Va. Chemical..
do pr
Western Union
Wis. Central..
do pr
51
109%
37%
105
21%
43 32%
105%
98%
30%
67%
87% 36%
105%
21%
43%
108-%
21%
42%
2
American
Yavapai
buyers December
Ship and send orders to
H.POEHLERCOMPANY
Established 1855.
Minneapolis. Dulntb.
GRAIN COMMISSION.
"Our private market ^tter ent upon
request
-MMMBlMt
HOGS OPEN STEADY
BUT FALL LATER
SHOWING A 6e TO 10c LOSS AT
SOUTH ST. PAUL TODAY.
Killing Cattle Steady with the 'Week's
Decline, with Light Receipts ana a
Quiet MarketVeal Calves Hold the
Week's Advance Fairly WellSpring
Lambs 10c to 16c Higher and Sheep
Prices Fully Steady.
South St. Paul. Minn.. AUK. 81.Estimated
receipt" tie Union stockyards today. Cattle.
8U0 calves, 0(1 hogs, 700 iheep, l.uoo can,
38.
The following table shows the receipts from
Jan. 1, 1905, to date, us compared with the same
in 1904:
Year Cattle. Calves. Hogg. Sheep. Oar*.
1906 ....177,980 35,160 572,949 274,001 15,685
1904 ....132,962 26,219 690,383 327,842 14,2*8
lue 44,968 9,960 1,388
Dec. 17,484 63,841
xue lollowlns table Bliowa tne receipts thns
far in August, as compared with the same period
lu 1004:
Year Cattle. Calves. Hogg. Sheep. Cars.
1905 44,281 4,411 26,706 39,337 2,477
1904 41,487 2,494 26,709 66,600 2,408
Inc 2,794 1,917 997
74. Dec.
23..
24 25
th
eadJn Packers gavia the market fair
support. September port was up T%c at S15 So .A.US
Aug. AUg.
Aug.
20-. 28..
29.,
30.
1
1,372
H^i
8
Date
^!5
^-raOS-SO light, $5.86
6.25 bulk of sales, $5.80@6.20. SheepRe
ceipts, 16,000: sheep steady to strong lambs
steady gooed to choice wethers, $8.25@5 50-
&,*<
mixed, $4.65@5 western sheen
e,
mares, extra,n $16
1 5Drafters,
far
0
0 S
2 5 to $150 drivers Veal Calves1,
$ 25 18 1.04 6
75
lh, calves_and
lbs
yearlingsl:b 8.3
$3.80.,n
01
Black' Mountain 4,00
The
430 lbs
8 S4 0 $.30. $2 259 60 0 lbs, $2.7 5
109
3%
103%
21%
42% 82%
105
93%
20%
57%
OMAH A LIVESTOCK, Ang. 31.Cattle re
S&fl*
800 ^tct steady8
NaVe steers.
$4@6 25 cows and heifew, $2.75@4.75 western
steers, $3?5 Texas steers, $2.7504 cows and
heifers, $2@3.C0 stockers and feeders, $2.50
@4.30 calves, $3.50 and $2@Sheep, 4
HogsReceipts,' 4,000 market steady. Bulk
of sales, $5.70@5.85.
.Aboep
9l5 0bullsMarkestags, steady
?ec,eipts
$4.50@5.50 lambs, $6.75@7.35.
ARIZONA COPPER, Aug. 81.Published bv
Crandall, Pierce & Co: The market shows
great strength, and new prices have been
reached 1- some instances. Junction, Cal &
Pitts., and Pitts. & Duluth were in greatest
demand. The Junction drift at 000 feet is
now in 80 feet, an entirely in ore running
from 10 to 193,perb,cend copper. The stock was
%n
offfrlnK 8 were under
ut
fe
,t
$1)5. Pitts. & Duluth opened stron* at $21 25
bid and closed at $22, and $30 wag bid for Cal
& Pitts, all day. Black Mountain has been In
fair demand, and bullish reports on Warren and
othe* cheaper stocks are belns: circulated
North Butte
Bl*
Calumet & Arizona
Calumet & Pittsburg
Lake Superior & Pittsburg
Pittsburg & Duluth
Junction
Warren
$30.00 100,00
.80.00
34.25
22.00
93.00
12.00
13 OO
12.00
Asked
$35.60
101.00
31.00 34.50 22.50
95.00
18.00
6.20
4.10
BOSTON MINING STOCKS, Aug. 31.Closing
prices, yesterday's market: Adventure, 6@6Vt-
2}??K.
Arcadian. l%ffil% Arnold
1%@1% Atlantic, 22%@22% Bingham, 3l%
g31% Calumet & Hecla, 660{g67o Centen
nial, 26@20% Copper Range Consolidated, 71-
Daly West, 15% Dominion Coal. 78@8% Do
minion Steel, 21@22 Elm HJver. 2%@2i
Franklin, 14%@14% Granby. 7%(d7% Guana
juato. 43!4% Greene Consolidated. 25'56g^)2fl-
Isle Boyale. 21%@22, Mass. 85i.9 Mayflow
er. 90(3100 Michigan. 14@14% Mohawk. 59f
60 Old Dominion, 22%: Osceola. 102(3)102^:
Parrott. 26(826% Phoenix, 1%@1% Quiney
105@107 Rhode Island, 4%@4% Santa Fe
2%: Shannon Copper Co.. 7% Swift & Co'
109^@110: Tamarack. 125 asked' Teeumaeh
9%9% Trinity, 8%48 United Copper Co.
37(^38 United States Mining. 34@34%: United
States 011, 10y@10% Utah. 46@40%\- Vic
toria, 4%@4% Winona, U%@11% Wolver
ine, 125@126 Wyandot, 2%@2%.
JohnMiller Co.
GRAIN COMMISSION
Minneapolis and Duluth Minn.
Established
Years
We Execute Orders
for Future Delivery.
Wo Give Personal Attention
to Ail Cash Sales.
1,075 243 2 5 849
400 1,10a 10,17d lb9
173 1,081 3,451 92
iiailroads entering the yards reported receipts
for the day by loads as tollows: Chicago Great
Western, 2 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, 3
Minneapolis & at. Louis, 2 Chicago, St. Paul.
Minneapolis & Oinaha, 9 Great ..s'ortliern,
SooXdne,. 2 Northern Paclflc. 7 total. tb
iMspoaition ot si
Firm-
Swift & Co
W. E. MeCormick
W. G. Bronson
Leo Gottfried ii
Elliott & Co a*
City butchers 16
Slimmer & Thomas... 347
P. Evans 5
J. B. Fitzgerald a
Other buyers a
Country buyers 598
oc Wednesday, Aug.
Hogs.
1,0*7
5
0
7
5
30:
Sheep.
8t
48
111
Cattle
292
590
1,081
Aug. 2 3 23 S
1,131
Av. Wt. Av. Cost.
Aug. 24 i
Augs 25 235
Aug. 26 247
fg. 28 210
Aug. 29 233-10-
Aug. 234
Price Range.
$5 OO
0.87% 5.98
$5.75@ 10
5.6&<ij.u.l 5.65%6.10
5.84%
b5.9l3k
.9o .At close, $5.75 to $5,86. At the close
the following quotations ruled light, $5.70 to
$5.80 Rood, $5.80 to $5.90 choice. $5.95 to $6:
mixed, fair, $5.u to $o.7o good, $5.0 to $5.90:
choice, $6.95 to $6 heavy, fair, $5.50 to $5.60:
food, $6.70 to $5.80 choice, $5.90. Boughs and
sows, $5.15 to $5.40.
Hogs55, 190 lbs, $6 74, 232 lbs, $5.95 64,
204 lbs, $5.95 12, 240 lbs, $6.90 16, 166 lbs
$5.90 69, 200 lbs, $5.85 22, 273 lbs, $5.85
19, 253 lbs, $5.85 38, 826 lbs, $5.75.
Pigs, Boughs and Underweights5, 874 lbs,
$5.60 5, 364 lbs, $5.50 6, 367 lbs, $6.45.
CATTLEReceipts light, killing cattle steady
with week's decline. Stockers and feeders
steady, with market quiet, owing to light re
ceipts. Bulls generally steady. Veal calves
steady wUh week's advance. Milch cows steadv
demand good for best milch cows and heavy
backward springers.
Butcher Steers3, 1,450 lbs, $5.50 4. 995 lbs
$5 2, 960 lbs,
$3.25.""'
^^Butelier Cows Heifers1. 870 $S- S
rand
UwoV
42V
S ISO5,
k%
&2U .ra8fSatt
wtf'cws,$? 75
he2Ty'
5
90ro packe
HcgsReceipts, 5,000 market steady bulk of
MSftAWpigrptl-and {Hxab.io lights. $6(3(6.15 ""-*erB'
A QKeAp-"7Reec,
3
00 market strong mutton
ja.Speo.SO lambs. $6f7.40j range*" wetherss.
$4.50iio.50 fed ewes, $3.50@4.75.
welu
SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK, Aug. 31.-Re-
ceipts-Cattle 800 hogs, 2.800 hogs 5c low-
14 1280 lhs, $4.40 17,lbs, 1,3403 lbs, $5 Cows
and heifers: 10. 89'08 lbs, $2 65 8, Tl40 lbs
$3.40 3, 1,200 lbs, $4. Stockers and feeders
?K
10
0
lbs, $5.23 136 lbs
$5.25 2 130 lbsd,n$5.25: 8. 136 lbs, $4.25 2, 245
lbs, $2.50 6, 191 lbs, $2. zo
0
SoSfk,l.a"d
.F?5
Ste 790S lbs $3.25
7 s $2.50 3 61 6
71
8, 951 lbs,l $310 13, 818 lbs, $3: 13, 82oco ?2-5("
2 S
bs
.^l
-i^Uco
150
2
lbs
4-
,,m
1
IDS, tpZtOUCt
Ml *32 1
Springers5 cows, 1 call,
ow
a
75
1 calf. $28: 1 cow, $27.
SHEEPReceipts liberal, mostly consistinglb08
of string of western sheep, went to
feeder. Spring lambs 10c6 t0o 15c higher.81Sheep
prices, fully steadylb.,8,Lambs1 Demand continues *ood.
-J?*.
1which
2
Sne
^mbs.
m^e-p
SSi.
1 lambs lbs
a
an
6
le vs*9
S lambs.
,^6b
lb8 *560
lh. tan. S^"*-.
oi
25 lambs.
7'
1
RR i{?-25.V
la,Mbi.
6
06 lbs, ?5.25 6 cull lambs, 80 lbs, $5: 10
ewes, 153 lbs, $4.60 1 buck, 160 lbs. $3.40.
Stockers aned Feeders94nlambs, 50 lbs, $5.40
934 ewes and wethers. 84 lbs, $4.40.
jmfnr
Shipper* the market were
th
James Carren. Bdmunas, WilUam Miller. Shaf
fer, Minn. W. B. Brown. Ellsworth J. Jack
son, Hutchinson Burrows & G., Clear Lake
S. A. Berg. H. A. Anderson, New Richland:
A. H. Hochen. Ghent G. B. Root. Morgan
J. J. Sturgeon, Marshall G. A. McConnell.
Le Sneur F. Otterbeck, Vernon Center C.
Beaok, C. Peterson, Welch.
MARFIELD-
GRIFFITHS GO
GRAIN COMMISSION
DULUTH MILWAUKEE
The deposits of the SECURITY
BANK OF MINNESOTA on
August 25th, 1905. were $10,-
248,000,showine an Increase dur
ing the past vear of $1,500,000
a very substantial growth.
New business solicited.
N. W Main 2330L, Tw in City 298.
B. W. IHULFORD & CO.
Dealers In 8T0CKS. GRAIN and
PROVISIONS. Private Wires.
114 South Third Street
32 Chamber of Commerce,
Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS
DULUTH
'^tjr. jSJaJsMaagl
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
814-815 Chamber of Commerce
Ghat. E. Lewit & Co.
Qraln and Stoek Brokers
BRANCH OFFICES*Bt Cloud, Fergnia
Falls. Comatock. Duluth, MinnfOtt
Fargo, Caaaelton. Hunter. Hi&sboro.
Grand Forka, North Dak.,and Winnipeg.
MINNEAPOLIS. OMAHA..
Edwards
Wood
Co.
MAIN OPTi et
Fifth and Robert Sf
ST, PAUl, MINN.
16,263
Official receipts for the past week are as
follows: Date. Cattle. Calves
Aug.
Aug. Aug.
Hogs. Sheep. Cars.
1,304
567 613
964
298 841 715
143
76 69
3,256
549
866
7,391
2,753
1,224
BRST P*imi. Piown Rsrous.
X.IBEKAX, ADVAfCSS. O
DUtUTH. WINNIPBa
312 Guaranty Loan Blda., Minneapolis, Minn,.
Receivers and Shippers of Wheat, Coarse Grain
and FlapcSeed. Orders for future deliveries exe
cuted in all markets.
Members of All Exchanges.
Whallon,Case&Co. STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS
I
GtiambtT of Gommorc*, Minnpoiisv
Invltcpfraonal Inwrrlrwsawl coritspcndeiwret.
ative to purohiM* and salsof grain, ioeks, bonds.
Mambara All ixohangas. Private) Wlraa.
Commission Ordevs Executed in
All Markets of the World.
ftlTCOKrOBATSO)
DEALERS IN
Stocks. Grain. Provisions
a
Ship Your Grain To Us
WATSON & GO.,
BROKERS IN
Branch, Office
early5.70&6.0G5&.8 to
5.89 5.87%
5.80 fa, 6.10
5.70(^6.10 5.70s6.1 Hog30 prices steady at opening, and 5c to 10
lower at, close. Kecelpts light, quality fair-
S-
0 *ti
7
GRAIN, PROVISIONS.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Members N. Y. Stock Exchange
Ne-esr York Office24 Broad Street.
Chicago CorrespondentsJ. H. Wrenn A Ct
Private wire, Chicago and New" York.
Telephones-N. W. Main 4492.
N. W. Mau4493
T. C. 184.
420-421 Chamber of Commeroa.
131 Guaranty Loan Blcfg.
The Deposits of
409, 410. 411
Chamber of Commerce.
^lbs.
3-'
Georg-e F. Piper-
Walter D. Doufflas.
PIPER-
JOHNSON
Ellsworth C. Warner, A 0% f%
Denman F. Johnson. Sjr ^Jm
Brokers in
Stocks ami Bonds
Grain and Provisions
I Pbonesj M.W. M.
3421-1422. T. 322.
E. S. Woodworth & Co.
CHAMBER OP COMMERCE
GRAIN COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
New York Stock Exchange,
CtalcaKo Board of Trade.
Mpls. Chamber
Private Wire to Now York and Chloago.
58 CHAMBER OF 0OMM5ECE,
NEW YOEK LIFE AECADE.
Board of Trada
Duluth. Wm Dalrymple,S01
Wm. Dairymple Co.,
rmCh^ivfj.
GRAINCOMMISSION
Receiving a specialty. Advances made to
Farmers. Shipper and Elevator Com
panies.
McHUGH,
GHRISTENSEN
&C0.
GRAIN
COMMISSION
YOUR GRAIN
WOODWARD & CO.
Ship it to us and thus realize top prices
and quick returns. We also execute
orders in futures promptly in all markets.
L. WELCH & CO.
GRAIN COMMISSION.
Minneapolis. Duluth.
THE S Established 188T.
P. B. MANN 00.
GRAIN COMMISSION
Orders for future delivery executed In all markets
Minneapolis Duluth Chicago
Milwaukee.
Mail samples tor bids. _A.sk: prices far Feed mad
Mill Stuffs.
LOOMIS-JOHNSON-LEE CO.
GRAIN COMMISSION
Ship Barley and Wheat to
The Van Dusen-Harrington Co.
Minneapolis and Duluth.
GRAIN COMMISSION'***""'
BRANCHES-Chicago and Milwaukee. Orders for future delivery executed in all markets.
FREEMIRE REMUND A CO
GRAIN COMMISSION *"'**eKeJiabl
Duluth.
741 Board of Trade,
Write Us for Daily
Market Letter.
Branch Offiooi
521 Board of Trade, Omluth.

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