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I . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 25, 1909, 7
Herations in World of Finance
liDcpcml Upon Condition of
JI Railroad King.
WlLLETIN BY WIRELESS
ft "SOURCE OF SATISFACTION
Ifficertain Undertone at Opcn
jl(iiiff; first Advances Soon
m ' Turn to Losses.
JK-r YORK Aug. 21. Opcrn lions In
M?ick mnriiet today were Scorned
BF5 1 hv circumstances attending the
mrstK r V '3 : Jlarrlmun. Almost all
SS? considerations were overshadowed
MIL .vent It was n truth a wnlt
tt,8.St walling for word. good, bod
4 KSlffSren concerning" the dlstln
Wnaengor on the trunB-At antic
ifc 1 6 Th h'strcet" was showered all day
'But bulletins recording tho progress of
l!tti,rn toward port, and sonic cn
fcraSmcnt wan manifested In a wlrc
!K Sage sent by the railroad niag
1 to the Associated Press some hours
ktVvinco of his landing, wherein he
of Wa condition as being good and
' R!r. tml his statement of Juno 1 last,
IMhstance of which was that the
'ISnS coins forward In a highly
feffprlces'weVe a reflection of the
Xrwtain umlurtone. The movement was
ES, with fractional advances In
Kv of tho better known Issues, which
t ned to substantial losses. From
low level there was a rally and some
Eiuitv until noon, when announcement
iffrcK ar dividends on Union Pacific
'iEnnion and preferred, and Southern Pa
c winmon, gave the shorts another cx
.Ke to sell those stocks. Recovery was
Wn- rapid, however, and by 1 o'clock
KuUcnlly the' whole list wus above the
3Krious day's best prices. Reading and
5Eltcd States Steel were the most con
nlrieuous Issues, tho latter advancing to
RKhin a fraction of Its recent high rcc
JK Union Pacific and Consolidated Gas
IMvanccd materially, with later movc
Bonts In Erie and National Lead.
JErhe market, as a whole, was rather
?rrow with a marked diminution In the
iBlumc of business. Stocks were revived
mthc Inst hour, but tho closo was dull
-ltd Kcnerally lower than the previous
nfiy Among the fow exceptions were
lEiadlnn Paclllc, Denver & Rio Grande.
EaOInc and Wabash, among the rail
CdF. and United Stales Steel. Consoll
Ced Gas. Brooklyn Union Gas, National
mi and tho local tractions, all of
,lRilch registered net gains. London s
Kwrations hero were too trilling for corn
pent, probably less than 100 shares cither
It Jhd commodity markets -were again m
"I titled at Chicago. Soptember and Dc
ijnbcr wheat options closing lower. Corn
n es up on buying, said to be influenced
t- bcttT weather conditions In tho south
ii est, An authority reported that avall
.' b!e supplies of wlieat stocks cast of tho
: ockies Imd Increased by 5.10,000 bushels
Bring the last week with a decrease of
,CPQ bushels In Canada.
jApart from rather sanguine forecasts rc
uL jrdlng tho earnings of tho United States
led corporation for the current year.
. i'e most interesting Industrial news of
i la day wus an advance by ono of tho
idependent mills of $1 pr fon on steel
-. in. It Is believed that this movement
; HI be followed by other manufacturers.
The local monetary situation was ox
i emolv dull and uninteresting. Last
icek's promises of an increased demand
H r.moiiT at higher rates arc thus far
JIip bond mnrket was irregular In
' 'inpatiiv with tin movement In slocks.
&L&.''!f-i (Par value). S2.niJ7.PO0. -
Jomiinicnt bonds were unchanged.
Now York Bonds.
S rof 2s rcg. 1003 1 111 Con 1st ref is 00
,Jflo coupon 100?I (ntoi- Met. -las... S3?
,J jSScreg .... 1011 Int Mor Mar -lis OH
ido coupon ....101! Japan Is S63
:jS Is rep. .. .11G1 od Us !)5
do coupon ,..'.11S K C So 1st .'!.. il
llls-l'hal Is 5s. So j S dob -Is 'HI., it 12
m Ag r,s. ,. .mi 3 r., & n un is ooi
nT'i T cv 4s.l0l M K & T 1st -Is.lOUi
)n Tnba" -is .. S05 do gn -Is 01
fa Mo fis 112 Mo Pnc is SIS
' irmour Co IJs.. 0-i X Rys of M lis. 05
V ten gen Is... 100J N V On gen His 01 J
a Tdocv Is HSi do deb -Is 05J
-, docvOs. . ..U.SiNYNII & II cvfi.l3SJ
; 41 C L 1st is.. UC N & W 1st c -is 00
' 'tO in 1001 cv -is 103
ii .do r.Js OP.a N'or Pac Is 102
1 "& 0 S V 3iE. :ti)t do 3s . . ..... 74 1
Jli rpdk T cv is . XT: "O S L rfflg -Is.. 1'5
' n of Ga 5b. ...lli il'a cv 3is '15... KS3
IV n Lentli 5b.. .lilOj'lteadlng gen Is.lOoi
ftlpm of N.Tgr,s.l27 tStL fc SK fg Is. SC
it Ohio 4is....l0-Hl do gen Hs 00
do ref 5s ... .mii.Sll., sV con 4s. 7Si
111 & Alton 31s. 7Gi' do 1st gold Is.
, ,B&Qj4a... OTi A L Is OOA
! do 5011 4s OOJIs'o Pac col Is... ?,
H k SiPgnj. . !H) , do cv 4s 104?
M & PRP. t Is. soi SPRy 1st rof 4s. 0,".
1 20c5s 02-1 ISo Ry 5s 112i
in ris 4k Uljl do gen 4s Si?
lo Inrl r.s 82 Un Pac 4s 10::
& i)o Mifl 4s.... 84 do uv 4s ns.t
f. 1 SrS- ex4?s. :SJ do 1st & ref 4s 0SJ
ill 1 filled cv 4s.10.lJ U H Rubber Gs. 105
, !ftRlo G is, . :i7 U S Stool 2d 5s.. 1001
BS, do ref 5s 0-,H Va Car Ch 5.B.. 00
iW- iMlllers 5s .... 7U Wabash 1st 5s.. 113
fin pr lion 4s.. S$i 1st &. ext 4s.. 7GJ
i fio Bon is 7S" West Md 4s Sni
J ido cv is ectA. i7 Vct Elcc ev.tis Oii
do cy is eorB. 772IWis Cen is 955
w Elcc cv DS..152
Zwl Treasury Statement.
' tAKHTNGTON. Aug. 21. Tho condl-
tjf n. of the treusurv- at the beginning of
Mncss today was as follows;
55 rrust fund
'd coin ?SB7,S2.'?,S60
var dollars 4S7.306.000
er dollars of 1S00 4.120,000
ill i'er certificates outstanding. 4S7',30G,000
(1 neral fund
U' jndard silver dollars In gen-
t . eral fund -l.nil.27S
Iflfl fP1 "abilities 101.305.7SS
m jrklng balance In treasury
..JJ Qcch 29.413.fi7r
- rV?kB t0 credit of treasurer
4 Shi1',0 1 "Hod States 30.G4S.53:
Wdlnry cllver coins 2G,79S,71.r
V Pir.COmK 2,035.80'
ns nalnnce in general fund. 9S,30.".70J
3i Retain .
1)0 not let extTavagajico get tho
TgM UPP hand, or It" will become a
fH;, strolling' factor which may
ans day lead to poverty.
Wm T,.",n Prosperity, it is neces
IE teJil t(? save. Put your monoy
Whor It is Safe, and will yield I
vH bur Incomo,
SH! "e Invito your Account.
jflflT 4 per cent Interest
9111 PaId on Savings Aocounts
51 tI of 51 and up
V National Bank
B Salt Lake City, Utah
Sfli Capital $250,000.00.
COPPER IMHET IS
STEADY AT THE CLOSE
Lead and Tin Easy; Spelter
Closes Quiet; Iron Still
PRICES OF METALS 4-
IN NEW YORK MARKET
-I- Silver 5Uc
! London quotation 23 9-lfid r
Copper (electro.) .. S12.;S7i(??)13.121 -I-
J Lead, easy 4.30(gH.40 -r
. '.!' ''
NEW YORK, Aug. 24. The tin market
was easy today, with spot closing at
$30.37J30.47J; August, S30.4030.50;
October. $30,4530.GO; December, S30.50
tft30.70. The only transaction reported on
the N'c'w York exchange was 25 tons Sep
tember, ox-dock, at $30.40. The London
market, was a shad lower, with spot
quoted at 13S and futures at 139
The market for standard copper was a
shade lower on the average, but closed
steady at tho following quotations: Spot
and August, S12.0r.ri7l3.00: Soptember,
?12.C5J?12.S5; October," S12.7013.00; No
vember, 12.95013.00; December. S13.0n
13.07i. ' .Sales were reported of 25 tons
November and 50 tons December, both at
$13.00. Local dealers quoted lake copper
at S13.12Jin.37i; electrolytic, S12.S71
13 125; casting, $12.G212.7o. The Lon
don market closed steady, with spol
quoted at 59 17s Cd and futures at J2G0
Lead was easy, with spot at $1.304.10
at New York and Sl.254.35 at East St.
Louis. Tho London market was un
changed at .12 6s 9d.
Spelter closed quiet, with 6pot quoted
at ?5.705.S0 at New York and $o.G21
5.75 at East St. Louis. Tho London mar
ket was unchanged at 22.
Iron was unchanged at 50s Jld for
Cleveland warrants in the English mar
ket. Locally the market was steady; No.
1 foundry northern, $17 501S.00; No. 2
foundry northern, $17.0017.50; No. 1
foundry southern and No. 1 foundry
southern soft, $17.7518.25.
Closing Stock List.
Sales.) II. 1 Tv. Clsc
Allls-Chalm pfd 300 54i 535 532
Amalgam Copper ... 5,800 SSI S4 851
Amer Agrlcul 1.G00 402 48 494
Amer "Beet Sugar .. 12,300 472 443 46i
Amer Can pfd I 300 S3i S3 J 831
Amer Car and Fdy.. 1,500 GS G7 074
Amer Cotton Oil 200 74 74 73
Amer II and L pfd..( 200 49i 49?i 493
Amer Ico Sccurl 700 35i 34? 345
Amer Linseed 16
Amer Locomotlvo ... 0,900 63 005 01
Amer S and Rof 12.600 1003 992 1003
preferred 300 114H 1.14 1143
Amer Sugar Ref .... 200 131 131 131
Amer Tel and Tel... 1.200 1 J0H I40i 140
Amer Tobac pfd .... 200 1018 1011011
Amer Woolon 100 37Z 21 J, 37!J
Anaconda Mng Co.. 500 498 49i- i9
Atchison 19,200 119S 1181 319J
preferred 100 104 il 104R 104B
Atlantic C Lino 100 139 139 137
Baltimore & Ohio 1,000 11811173 118
preferred 200 932 93J 93
Bethlehem Steel 3,900 33R 32 33
Brook Rap Transit .. 3,700 S03 S0& S01
Canadian Pacific .... 3,100;1S63 1853 1S02
Central Leather 4,900 40 393 395
preferred 100 109 109 10S
Central of N Jersey 31 5
Chesapeako & Ohio.. 10,500 821 813 82
Chicago & Alton 100 661 fiO Gfii
Chlcngo Gr Western. 4,400 10a 10& 102
Chicago fc Nw 100 190 196 19GJ
C. M ,fc St Taul 4.900 150 157 15SJ
CCC & St Louis 100 75 75 71
Colo Fuel and Iron.. 7,700 4G1 15 45
Colo & Southern 53
1st preferred 811
2nd preferred 1 80.1
Con. CJas 21.200 1491 147i 1491
Corn Products 15,200 251 215 21Q
Delaware & Hudson.; 193
D & R G 2.200 50J, 491 191
preferred 3,300 SSI 87 S7A
Distillers Securl 200 3$4 385 38
Erlo 38.000 371 361 37J
1st preferred 1,300 551 53R 55
2nd preferred 800 4 14 134 44
General EU-ctrlc ! 100. 100 109 1GS
Gr Northern pfd 5.30011533 J531 1531
do ore corts 2.S00I S2; 82 82
Illinois Central 300;i5i;jil5fil 15fi
lnterboro Met I 700 15ft Ml 111
preferred f 700, 48 471 171
Tutor Harvester 1 100 891 891 SSI
Inter Marino pfd ...I 100 21 211 211
Internationa Paper 9,200 191 17g 19J
International Pump 2,100 431 43 4S
Iowa Central 500 20Z 30a 303
K C Southern 2,600 49 4Sg 4S1
preferred .. .. 100 71 74 74
Loulsv & Nashville. 700 I5i3 loll 1541
Minn -C- SI l.mils S00 55 53 534
M. St P & S S M 144
Missouri Pacific 1.200 751 74 741
M. X &. Texas 10.200 421 42J 421
preferred 1,800 752 761 751
National Biscuit 106
National Lead 8.100 93J 913 923
N Rv of Mex 1st pfd. 100 531 531 522
New' York Central .. 17.500 143ft 141 142
N Y. O & Western... 1.000 491 491 49
Norfolk & Western.. 600 85 94 Sig
North American 500 S4l 831 84
Northern Pacific .... 3.SO0 157i;1563 156?
Paclllc Mail 300 321 32 32
Pennsylvania 4.800 1 111 1403 141
People's Ga.s 300 118 11G 1171
P. rj C & St Louis 91
Pressed Steel Car ... 1.200 51 50fl 501
Pullman Palace Car 199
Railway St Spring .. 200 50 50 5(1
Reading ll.mo 1623 IGOil 1611
Republic Steel' 2.000 SO 373 3S3
preferred 500 105S 105S 1052
Rock Island Co 11.700 401 302 40i
preferred 2.500 7S1 7S 78
St Jj & S F 2nd pfd. 500 50? GGa 56
St Louis Southwest 26J
preferred 400 67J GtZ fir
Sloss S S and Iron... 400 SG S5. S4?
Southern Pacific. .... 57.800 1353 133 134
i Southern Railway .. 2.300 31 2 313 31S
i preferred 300 713 714 715
i Tenn Copper 3S
i Texas & Pacific 11,700 40 39 30
T, St L & Arestom.. 900 51 501 50R
preferred 800 70i 701 70
I Union Pacific 106.G00 210S 20S$ 209C
! preferred S.200 1095 108;J 1004
TJ S Realty S21
U S Rubber 4.S00 553 541 542
U S Steel 189.400 78J 7GR 772
5 preferred 2.000 125B 125 125
' Utah Copper 100 513 51J 51 f,
1 Virginia C Chom.... 100 4S1 4S ISA
f Wabash 1.800 213 21 218
proforrcd 13.800 571 56 5G
Western Maryland 3,200 fij 53 6
Wr.stlng Electric 300 87 87 804
Western Union ...... 1,300 75 73 741
Wheel v Lake Erie.. 1.000 lljj 10& in
W I scongln Central .. 100 5711 57 56
Total sales for tho day, 7S3.700 shares.
Now York Money.
NEW YORK. Aug. 24 Close:
Prime mercantile paper. 443 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business In bankers' bills at ?4.S535
4 8540 for sixty day bills and at S4 S690 for
Commercial bills, ?4.SM4.85,
Mexican dollars, 44 cents.
Government bonds uteady; railroad
Monev on rail steady, 221 per cent;
ruling rate and offered at 21 per cent;
closing bid. 2 per cent.
Time loans very dull; for sixty days. 23
3 per cent; Tor ninety days. 3135 pur
cent; for six months, 4 per cent,
CHICAGO. Aug. 24. Butler Strong;
creameries. 242So; dairies, 21j25c
EpgsRecclpts, 10,303 cases; steady at
mark; casea Included, ISc; firsts, 20c;
prime finds, 211c.
Cheese Firm; daisies, lollo3c; twins,
14l113c: young American, 15l52c; long
Now York Produce,
NEW YORIC. Aug. 21. Butter, firm;
creamery extras, 28Jc; western Imitation
creamery firsts. 23c
Cheese, steady: unchanged.
Eggs -High grades, linn; stall Penn
sjlvnula and nearby rancy hennery
-J brown, 23l2Sc. J
BEARS Ifi CONTROL
OF WHEAT MARKET
Sharp Declines at European
Grain Centers Canse of De
pression in Chicago.
CHICAGO, Aug. 24 Tho wheat mar
ket experienced several short periods of ;
llrrnnoss at different times today, but
sentiment was bearish and prices ranged
generally below yesterday's close. I
Radical declines In the price of wheat
at tho leading European grain centern
and the continued declining tendency of
cash prices in this country wero the
principal bearish factors. St Louis re
ported cash wheat I cent lower, and
much of It unsold. Sample table prices
here were also off from 1c to 1c Receipts
of new wheat at Minneapolis today were
112 cars, and, although scattered rains
were reported throughout North Dakota
last night, the movement of the spring
wheat crop Is expected to Increase dally.
Threshing reports were again optimistic.
September during the day ranged be
tween 97c and 9Sc, while December sold
between 93c and 941c Tho close was
easy, with September at 973c and De
cember at 91c.
Corn was strong all day. with the ex
ception of a short period at the opening.
The market closed strong, with prices up
C3c to Ic.
The trude In oats was influenced by
the advance In corn prices, shorts In
May covering freely. Tho close was
firm, c to Sc higher than yesterday.
Provisions closed unchanged to 30 cents
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept .. 973 9S 97 973
Dec 9li 943 931 9U
May 97? 9S.i 971 9S1
Sept 65S 663 653 665
Dec I. K5J 563 55Z 56R
May 57 J 5S 56 57
Sept 303 37 363 30S
Dec 361 37 36;! 363
May 39 391 39 392
Mess pork, per bbl.
Sept .. 22.471 22.50 22.25 22.40
Jan 17.50 17.65 17.50 17.65
Lard, per 100 lbs.
Sept 12.00 12.15 12.00 12.121
Oct 11.95 12.10 11.921 12.10
Nov 11.55 11.671 11.55 11.671
Short ribs, per 100 lbs.
Sept 11.G71 11.771 11.765 11.771
Oct 11.45 11.521 11.421 11.521
Jan 9.15 9.271 9.15 9.271
Cash quotations were as follows; Flour,,
firm; feed or mixing barley. 5053c; fair
to choice malting. 5964c; flax seed, No.
1 southwestern. SI 37; No. 1 northwestern.
$1.45; timothy seed. $3.75; clover. $11.30;
mess pork, per barrel. $22.4022.50, lard,
per 100 lbs., $12,171; short ribs, sides
(loose). S116011.S0; short clear sides
(boxed), $12 12112.25.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
wore equal to 81,000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 6S4.000 bushels, compared
with 710,000 bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow: Wheat, 51 cars; com. 130 earn;
oats, 252 cars; hogs, 22.000 head.
Avail.ablo Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. Aug. 24. Cable and tele
graphic communications received by
Bradstreet's show the following changes
In avallablo supplies, as compared with
Wheat United States, cast of Rockies,
increase 530,000 bushels: Canada, de
crease 291,000; total. United States and
Canada, decrease 163,000; afloat for and In
Europe. Increase 1.000,000; total, Ameri
can and European supply, Increase
Corn United States and Canada, In
crease 418.000 bushels.
Oats United States and Canada, in
crease 3,017,000 bushels.
BOSTON. Aug. 21 Prices continued
firm in the loi-al wool market and buying
has boon hoavv during last week. Stock3
of goods are generally low and the pros
pects are favorable for an Increasing
trado In wool fabrics. Some of tho lead
ing domestic quotations follow:
Scoured values Texas Fine, twelve
months, 73ff?'75c; line, six to eight months,
CStfS70r; flue, fall. 5360c. ,
California Northern. 6S70c; middle
county. GSfPCuc; fall free. 5052c.
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple. 747fic;
eastern clothing. 68fi9c; valley No. 1.
575Sc; territory fine staple. 7o7Sc; fine
medium staple, 7072c: duo clothing, G8
70c; fine medium clothing. 0i60c; half
blood. 707lc; threc-elghths-blood, 66
69c: quarter-blood. 6971c.
Pulled Extra. 7072c; fine A, 6369c;
A supers, 5565c.
Now York Flour and Grain,
NEW YORK, Aug. 24. Flour Re
ceipts, 41.600 barrels; exports. 6500 bar
rels; quiet, unsettled-
Wheat Receipts, 82,000 bushels; ex
ports. 12.000 bushols; spot, steady; No. 2
red. new. $1.07 elevator and $1.10 f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth. new, S1-08B
nominal, f. o. b. afloat:- No. 2 hard win
ter, new. ?1 10J nominal, f. o. b. afloat.
After showing weakness most of tho
dav because of lower cables, better
wo'athor than expected In the northwest
and bear pressure, wheat had a sharp
rallv late on local covering, . and closed
unchanged to 1c net lower Afternoon
reports of hard storms and frost In the
northwest helped the late upturn. Sep
tember closed at $1.07; December, $1.02i:
NEW YORK. Aug. 21. Evaporated ap
ples, quiet; fancy. 839c; choice. S81c;
prime. 771c; common to fair. 5fi3c.
Prunes aro firm on tho coast, but the
local market was unchanged; California,
2llc: Oregon. 60c.
Apricots, firm; choice, 10l0jc; extra
choice. 101103c; fancy. ll13c.
Peaches, firm; choice. 6c; fancy, 781c.
Raisins, unchanged; loose muscatels,
3141e; choico to fancy Bocded. 43Gc;
seedless, 3355c; London layers, $1.15
New York Sugar.
NEW YORK, Aug. 24. Sugar Raw.
firm; fair refining. 3.64c; centrifugal, .96
test, 4.14c; molasses sugar. 3.39c.
Refined, stendy; crushed. 5.75c; pow
dered, 5,15c; granulated, 5.05c,
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 21. Wool Steady:
medium grades, combing and clothing
22129c; light flno, 202filc; heavy fine,
13i21c; tub-washed. 2fi37c.
World's Greatest Drununor,
Major FTi'odly, nt Saltair all this week.
Plays fivo drums with two Blicks.
A-Y-P EXPOSITION RATES,
Via Oregon Short Lino R. R.
$39 from Salt Lake to Soattlo and
return; on sale daily, commencing
Juno 1. Ask. agents for further par
ticulars. City ticket office, 201 Main
Swimming at Saltair it's glorious!
Hamlin paints signs of Lho better
kind. Both phones.
THE ART OF PRINTING
Would bo lo3t in Salt Lake if the Con
tury wero not in business. Ca-57 Post'
Trlbuno Wnnt AdB.
Bell Main 5200. Independent 360.
Fivo fnk hat cases, eight drawers
und baso, almost now. Bargain. Boll
Saltair "evory day a big day."
BUSINESS QUIET U
THE PaOOOCE MARKET
New Shipments of Fruit and
. Vegetables Are Received
There was little doing on the local pro
duce market Tuesday. Dealers reported
business rather quiet In all departments,
tho merchants dealing In fresh fruit and
garden truck reporting the best demand
for their eatables. A shipment of gar
den truck was received from Davis
county, and another from California.
Moapa shipped in a consignment of can
taloupes, Nice grapes aro beginning to come in
moderately freely, and within the next
few weeks the delicious fruit will be
quite plentiful. Most of the grapes which
aro on the market at the present tlmi
are being shipped from California. A few
are also coming In from Texas.
i CHICAGO. Aug. 24. Cattle Receipts,
estimated at 5000; market, natives steady,
westerns weak; beeves, $4.407.S5; Texas
steers, $4.005.40, western steers, $4.40
0.40; stockers and feeders, $3,155.25;
cows and heifers, $2.256.40; calves, $6.00
Hogs Receipts, estimated at 9000; mar
ket 510c higher, light. $7.658.20;
mixed, ?7.508.25; heavy, S7.208.25";
rough. $7.207.50; good to choico heavy.
$7.508.15: pigs, $7.00S.00; bulk of
Sheep Receipts, estimated at 20.000;
market steady, weak; native. $2.756.25;
western. $3.004.65: yearlings. $4.40
5.50; lambs, native, S4.257.75; western,
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 24. Cattle Re
ceipts. 8000; market steady; native steers,
$1.255 60; native cows and heifers, S2.00
7.25; stockers and feeders, $3.005.20;
bulls, S2.754.00; calves, S3.507.50;
western steers, $3.80G.S5, western cows,
Hogs Receipts. 9000; market 5 to 10
cents higher: bulk of sales, $7.707.90;
hcavv, $7.807.90; packors and butchers.
?7.757.95; light, $7.507.90; pigs, $6.00
Sheep Receipts. 6000; market steady,
muttons, $4.255.25; lambs, $6.007.G0;
range wethers. $i.005.25; rango ewes,
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 24. Cattle Re
ceipts. 9S00: mnrket for beef steady.
Western steers, ?3.505.75; Texas steers,
$3.005.00; range cows and heifers, $2.75
4.25, canncrs, S1.752 75; stockers and
feeders, $2-755.25; calves, ?3.256.50:
bulls and slags, $2 754.75.
Hogs Receipts. 8700; market strong.
Heavy, $7.307.S0; mixed. ?7.457.5n;
light, $7.507.90; pigs. $6.257.25; bulk
of sales. $7.407.70.
Sheep Receipts. 15,000: market steady.
Yearlings. $l.755.25; wethers. $3.50
165; ewes, ?3.501.35; lambs, $6.507.40.
Special to The Tribune.
SOUTH ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Aug. 24.
Cattle Receipts. 4000. Market, active,
steady. Natives, $5.757.25: Texas and
westerns, $3.5n5,25; cows and heifers,
S3.005.00: bulls, $3.004.75; veals, $4.00
7.00: yearlings and calvos. $3.255.00;
stockers and feeders. $3.504.50.
Sheep Receipts, 5000. Market, steady.
Lambs, ?7.00rf?7. 10. yearlings, S5-005-25;
ewes, $1.004.40; wethers, $4.4O4.G0.
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