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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1LU0.
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4LL INTEREST CENTERS IX THE
Stringency in London Financial Cir
cle Shown by the War Loan Dis
tribution Dull Week Locally.
At New York Saturday money on call was
nominal at'llU per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4J5 per cent.
Sterling exchange was steady, with ac-
v., . v.v.. vni, ,c-r
iull fUMUwa 1 w.o w
IST7 for demand, and $1.84 for sixty days;
posted rates, $4.ST34.S3 and $4.S3; commer-
. . .
C..II ClUIS, 0.4.
Silver certificates were ClnCCVlc; bar Sil-
ver, 60Tkc: Mexican dollars, 4Sc Silver
bars sold at 2Sd an ounce in London.
. , . . .
Imports of specie at the port of New
York were $16,566 in gold for the week, and
r.33) ln silver. Exports were $o72,213 in
11 w , 1. -c.vjnri i !
silver bars and coin and J7.S0S.051 in gold.
Merchandise and dry goods imported at
New York for the week aggregated 310,470,-
213 In value.
The weekly statement of the associated
New York banks, issued Saturday, shows
the following changes:
Surplus reserves, decrease $1,018,923
Loans, increase 4,34S,300
Specie, increase 413,400
Legal tenders, decrease 730,600
Deposits, increase 2,920,900
Circulation, increase 763,60)
The banks now hold J28.12S.930 In excess of
the requirements of the 23 per cent. rule.
ine nuancier says; xue Bom exyuris vi
the week have not affected the weekly
The Financier says: "The gold exports of
showing of the New York banks to any j me nves ana reiunamg twos, when 1s
great extent, according to the report made iJS
Saturday, but it is nevertheless true that
the eight and one-half millions of specie
shipment, less about $1.400,000 received in
operations with the Interior, must have
depleted reserves considerably, and there ls
reason for believing that next week's aver
ages will reveal a decided falling off in
cash holdings. In fact, if the exports of
the next few days come up to estimates,
me surplus reserve ot tne DanKS win go
below twenty millions by a fair margin.
Against the losses sustained the receipts
irom the West must, of course, be con-
fldered, but as the crop season is at hand.
It is on'.y natural to look for a How of
money to interior points for the remainder
or this month and September. There is no
indication of stringency in this. On the
contrary, bankers who have all along pre
uivti-d hicher rates are wondering if they
vere nn too positive ln their assertions.
It i.s plain to be s-een that the factors now
at work in the money market favor a stiff
eriinc: in quotations. Call money touched
rer cent, in New York liist week, the
t of the year. The utter stagnation
m speculative circles makes demand only
TK-ruinal. and the rise of S4,3!3.3U) ln the
loans of the banks last week appears in
consistent. The explanation is that inter-
i.ational operations Incident to British loan
inscriptions are responsible. The banks,
v-r.rii thev subscribe for United States
l'Mr.s, often class their allotments as loans
that i., as loans to the government and
may have been done indirectly now.
tut by the borrowings of customers from
the banks to pay for their English bonds.
The loan expansion caused the rise in de-
. . , hui lu diiiwuiji. iiiui uiiii
rvi;iiions canea ior. ine lot-s in casn
a-d increased . legal reserve requirements
are accountable for the contraction of
5l."lS,r23 In excess reserve. Circulation Is
etill expanding rapidly, and will continu
to do so, perhaps for sixty days to come."
WALL. STREET REVIEW.
There was a rise Saturday In the price of
St. Paul & Omaha of 3U points over that of
Friday on a single transaction. American
Tobacco gained l. Republic Steel pre
ferred as much and Pullman 14- Lead
preferred lost 7U in addition to Friday's
! Puint decline, without any news to ex
plain the movement beyond reports of poor
business. The common stock fell l?i to the
1ow-m price on record. Sugar advanced a
I"int in the morning, on buying attributed
to covering of an important outstanding
short account, forced to cover by the op
eration of a bull pool in the stock. Most of
Jh gain was lost in the late dealings.
These comprise the only movements worth
ir.dlvl.'.ual mention on the day's stocl; mar--t.
The figniricance of the market con
tinues purely negative, the determined re
straint of the speculation marking the
halting for a solution of the many points of
uncertainty in the situation. The bank
tatement conformed pretty closely to ex-ctatir-ns.
the exports of gold for Satur
day, amounting to $3.230.000. evidently not
figuring In the statement. The carller ex
ports were offset by the receipts of gold
from the Pacific coast and the currency
from the Interior so far as to bring the
cef line in cash resources down to less than
It ls of special Interest to ob
erve that while the week's fixture of
American capital in foreign Investment has
n carrying out gold ln payment, foreign
money markets are tili adding to the sum
cf their floating indebtedness to the New
ork market, as reflected in the loan ex
rantion. which ls made on sterling ex
change collateral. Further receipts of gold
re expected ln New York, next week, on
ccount both of Klondike and Australian
receipts at San Francisco, but a heavy ad
ditional outgo to London is considered well
assured. No authorized announcements
viz f t ninnurt' man nnr i r
credibly reported that tentative arrange
ment have already been made for shipping
at least $3,000,000, and competent estimates
are made that the total will reach $10,000.000.
This , leaves any Paris demand out of con
sideration, the rise In the Bank of Eng
land's bid for rold leavine a doubt whether
any Inducement remains to ship to France.
in-2 market for securities In New York
was practically paralyzed last week. Deal
ings dwindled progressively until. In the
latter part of the week, the day's aggre
gate of shares sold dropped back to figures
not reached since the stagnation of Janu
ary, 17. There was even less life in the
bond market, the dally average sales hav
ing falle considerably below a million
dollars at par value. Beyond the slight
sagging tendency, which la the natural re
sult of this inanition, there have been no
imponani cnanges In prices. It would be
possible to detail quite a long list of dlf
lerent factors, all nrohahlv havlnp Orni
thins to do with the stagnation in stocks.
But these factors all converge in the money
market, and It Is there that the Index must
be watched for, which is to point the
direction of emergence from present condl-
The week has been imnortant for the de
velopments toward equalization of inter
national money market conditions. As in
terest rates in New York at present are
the cheapest in the world. It follows that
the process of equalization will raise rates
here while relaxing them elsewhere. The
center of greatest tension, as has been
evident for some time past, is London, and
how great that tension has become was
proclaimed to the world by the allotment
of over half the new British war loan to
American applicants, and the explanation
offered to Parliament by the chancellor of
me exchequer, that the very moderate en
couragement he had received from Eng
lish financiers had prompted him to accept
an offer already made by an Anglo-Amer
ican house to place half the Issue in the
United States. That is to say, from purely
fiscal considerations, he could place his loan
at cheaper Interest in the United States
than in England.
FIIANCE TOOK A HAND.
It has transpired during the week that
the New York and London bankers who
formed the underwriting syndicate had un
dertaken that $10,000,000 of the $25,000,000 al
lotment to the United States (afterwards
r.ii;ii1 tr too wi frfVii v i t e i
gold, the Bank of EnsIand allowing nine
days' Interest at 3 per cent, on the gold in
transit. In response to this concession by
the Bank of England gold engagements
were announced to go to London on
Wednesday. Then the Bank of England's
concession was met by the Bank of France,
which renewed its recent offer or interest
on gold in transit, and in consequence got
Dy Thursday's steamer. This de
veiopment was unexpected, as Paris
seemed to have dropped out of the compe
tition for gold in London and New York,
France continue to grow by receipts of
nusian gom in payment of Russian gov-
ernment obligations. The Bank of England
I ,"71iUWUW amancea its paying price for
bU . ufr5 ? Penny, and for American
l penny an ounce. Ie&vlner lt rate rT
-li,. , -
official minimum on the prospect of relief
by gold shipments from New York As n.
Ub 1 1 I ril I . 11 .1 II
result $3,250,000 in gold went to London by
uftiujuujf a Bitmner wnicn would not nave
gone without the additional inducement of-
lercu uy ine lianK 01 England. It Will thus
' " , u'"c",l,",rt;u ie Angusn
niwucjf iiiarKei, wnicn tne exchequer
planned to relieve by placing a government
loan in New York instead of awaitlne a rise
in London disrnnnf mtoa .-huv, ,m
... v. . U Xd.LC?. IV 111(11 Willi 1 11
a l.i . -
r1. bUi auioinaucaiiv. lnis policy IS
imenerea witn by the renewed rnm.
petition of the Bank of France
for gold in New York. The fact
that loans have been repaid to the
Bank of England to the extent of over J7.
500,000 shows also that the bank's minimum
discount ijite has not been closely observed,
so that the relief nl,inn fn th. t
money market has not been adequate. The
?nec.c ln ew lork has been a hardening
m lne tQne of tne money market Rateg
I are not quotably chaneed. but lenders nr.
shorter terms for loans.
I The subtreasun' has Dald out lare-
I nmntints rn flrafta fwnm Vi T- I
for deposits of Klondike nnd AiMroii.n
f;0.11' e Payments for the gold with-
"til. "":c. 1C" DnKS
I ewvt-iiiuit-iii institutions to a
large extent. The Interior movement of
currency still continues in favor of New
York but, thf A"1 telegraphic transfer has
been made to New Orleans, which fore-
shadows the intHnr ,imor, IL
1 v..u.u..v tut 1U1IU9 IU
I move the cotton and craln crons. The
nks are receiving notes for which appli
cation was maae some time ago, and the
delivery of which has been delayed by the
mechanical process of engraving and print
ing the notes. But whatever the domes
tic 'demands may be on the New York
money market It is evident that the pres
sure for credits on foreign money markets
ior war loans, and the resulting contin
gency, will keen the price of forden se
curities depressed to a level likely to prove
attractive to the large American capital
now seeking investment. The prospective
stringency meanwniie paralyzes specula
tion. The bond market has shown some svmna-
hy wUh stocks all the week OW furs
declined . the new fours , the threes
the closing bid quotations:
A d billigst C IX. Vll IV. ................
Chesapea :e & Ohio
Chicago Great Western
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.... 1,210
Chi., Ind. & Louisville
Chi.. Ind. & Louisville prof
1 Chlcaeo & Northwestern
I C hicago. Kock Island & Pacific...
C, C. C & St. Louis
Colorado Southern first pref
Colorado fcouthern second pref....
Delaware & Hudson
Del., Lack. & Western
Denver & Rio Grande
Denver &. lllo Grande pref
Erie first pref
'ireat Northern pref
I locking Coal ..
Hocking Valley ....
Iowa Central pref..
Kansas City. Pittsburg & Gulf....
lAke Erie & Hestern
Lake Erie & Western pref
Louisville & Nashville
Minneapolis & St. Louis
Minneapolis & St. Louis pref
Mobile & Ohio
Missouri. Kansas & Texas
Missouri. Kansas & Texas pref...
New Jersey Central
New York Central
I fn-jhcrn pacific
Northern Pacific, pref
Ontario & Western
Orgon By. & Nav
Oregon By. & Nav. pref
P.. C. C. & St. L
Beading first pref
Iteadinsr second pref
Bio Orande Western
Bio Grande Western pref
St. Louis & San Fran
St. L. & San Fran, first pref
St. L. & San Fran, second pref...
St. Louis Southwestern
St. Iuis Southwestern pref
St. Paul pref
St Paul & Omaha
Southern Railway pref
Texas v Pacific...
Pnlon Pacific pref
Wheeling & Lake Erie
W. & L. E. second pref
1 nited States
American Cotton Oil
American Cotton Oil rref
Amt i lean Malting
American Malting rref
Am. Smelting and Refining
Am. Smelting and Kenning pref..
American Spirits pref
American Steel Hoop
American Steel Hoop pref
American Steel and Wire
American Steel and Wire pref....
imfr oin Tin 1'iaie
American Tin Plate rref
AmtM-Uan Tobacco pref
Anaconda Mining ;o
nrfw.klvn Batdd Transit..
Colorado Fuel and Iron
Continental .Tobacco pref
FVderal Htee-1 rref
Glucoa Cusar prf
Interrational Paper pre'....
National Biscuit pref
National Ld pref
National steel pref
New York Air-brake
Pacific Coast first pref
Psciflc 'oast second pref
laciflc Mail V
Pressed Steel Car
Pressed Steel Car pref
Pullman Palace Car...
Republic Iron and Steel 20)
Republic Iron and Steel rref 2i10
Standard Hope and Twine
Tennessee Coal and Iron 223
United States Leather
Urlted States Leather pref..,
United States ltubber 210
United Suites Rubber pref ......... ....
Total sales 62,800
UNITED STATES BONDS.
U. S. refunding twos, reg
IT. S. refunding twos, coup 1034
TJ. S. two. re lO)
U. S. three, reg 10S;
U. R. threes, coup lOSi
U. S. threes, small bonds....'. 10SI
U. S. new fours, reg 132
U. 8. new fours, coup 132
U. S. old fours, reg 1114
U. S. old fours, coup 1I41,
U. S. fives, reg 112H
U. S. fives, coup 112ft
Saturday's Dank Clenrlngi.
At New York-Clearings, S111.413.6G9; bal
At Uoston Clearings, $11,117,611; bal
At Chicago Clearings, $16,684,2S1; bal
At Philadelphia Clearings, $11.376.768; bal
At St. Louis Clearings, $4,724,376; bal
At Baltimore Clearings, $3,001,912; bal
At Cincinnati-Clearings, $1,762,600.
LOCAL GRAIX AXD PRODUCE. '
A Hot, Dull Week and Steady Prices
Covers the Local Situation.
Seldom are there six days In succession In
which the heat Is so intense and tells more
seriously on business than during the past six,
and had It not been for the Bryan demon
stration and that of the Bed Men the week
would have been a record breaker for minimum
trade. As it was, the wholesale grocers and the
commission houses had two or three days of
very fair trade. In prices during the week there
was but little calling for comment. Hog prod
ucts, poultry, eggs, butter and provisions, as
well as fruits and vegetables, are being handled
in considerable quantities, but in other lines
trade ls dull; buU aI1 things consIdered traveling
I Eaiesiurn WHO " usua" kuuu juuges, pfcur.i
I a eood fall trade, as stocks carried by retail
merchants are now low ana puis are wen sei
tied. This, they think, means an early and
..v . . . .
l Ai i CLl UUJ1U& .a cuuu ao twi ntavun sets u.
1 m. . . . Ai . .
"1 ?,KI ' w . , , ,
roonth. Considerable wheat ls coming In an!
most of u 13 brought from a long distance. All
I cereais are in gooa request ai me loiiowingrange
I of prices, as furnished by the secretary of the
Board of Trade:
AVheat - Xo. 2 red. 73C: No, 2 red. on milling
freiht. 7Sc; No. 3 red, 72374c; August, 75c.
track: wagon wheat. 73c.
Corn No. l white, 42c; No. 2 white. 42c; No. 3
I v.hite. 42c; No. 4 whites 40i?4lc; No. 2 white
mixed. 41c; No. 3 white mixed, 41c; No, 4 white
I . i. .
I mixca. 4uwc: .o. t yeuow, nc: io. i yeiiow.
No. 4 yellow. 39641c: No. 2 mixed. Jlc:
No. 3 mixed, 4lc: No. 4 mixed. Zbwawc; ear
Oats No. 2 white. 26'Ac; no. 3 white. Zolle: No.
Z mixed, 2lc; No. 3 mixed, zsvsc
Hay No. 1 timothy. $13i313.&0.
Inspections Wheat: No. 2 red. 3 cars: No. 3
I No. 3 white, 3 cars: No. 1 white. 1; No
I mixed. 1: No. 3 yellow. 3; No. 2 mixed. 1: N
rod. 2: rejected, 10; unmercnantaDie, l. corn:
?l.tfn'S2?:,Na 3 whlte' 1 car; No 2 mlxe3'
I Ponltry and Other Produce.
I 1 Ar. ,1rm r.ill foalhro. f. croo.. ,,11
feathered. $1.80 per doz; young chickens, 8c
e-Nfw York full creami. 13c; domestic
Swiss. 17c: brick. 14c: limburger. 14c.
Butter Choice roll. 12c per lb; poor. No. 2,
Kggrs 1 resn, ',ic per ooz.
Feathers Prime geese, 30c per lb: prime duck.
S0c per lb.
Iteeswax 3tc ior yeuow; zoc ror aaric.
Wool Medium, unwashed, 19S20c: tub-washed.
r$?30c: bunr and unmerchantable, 3?5c lesa;
DDfl IUCniiU. uvuvi uuarso maiu nuui, XiV, ,
HIDES, TALLOW, ETC.
Green-salted Hides No. L c: No. 2. 7c: No. 1
calf. Site; No. 2 calf, 8c
Grease White, 4c; yeuow, 3c; brown, 2üc
?-No. 1, 4c; No. 2, 34c
THE JODIIING TRADE.
(The quotations Riven below are the elling
prices 01 me waoitsaie ueaiers.j
Candles and Nnts.
Candles Stick, 67c per lb; common mixed.
Cgßlic; gTOcers' mixed, 6c; lianner twist stick,
8c; cream mixed, &c; cld-time mixed, 7c.
Nuts bort-sneuea aimonas, i3rtfisc: English
walnuts. 1214c; Brazil nuts. 9c; nibert, lie;
Pcanuts' roasted' 78ci mlxi nuts. 10c
Corn. 73c1.25. Peaches Eastern Standard, 3
Ib, $22.23: 3-lb seconds, ?1.'J02: California,
standard. $2.10 2. 40; California seconds. tl.90Q2.
Miscellaneous Blackberries. 2-lb. 83&&)c; rasp
berries, S-lb, SI. 25 1.30: pineapples, standard.
2-lb. Sl.so'ai.w; cnoice, -g.iu; cove oysters, 1
sters, si.Kis; rea cnerries. weegji: strawber
ries. S590c; salmon, 1-lb, 95cej2; 3-lb tomatoes,
Anthracite (all sizes). $7 per ton: C. Ar o
Kanawha. S4.25: Pittsburg. $1.25; Raymond, $4.25:
winirreae, imu. diock.
Island City lump. $3.75; lump coke. He per bu,
12.75 per 25 bu; crushed coke. 12c per bu. S3 per
25 bu; Blossburg. 5 per ton; Connellsvllle coke,
per ton; smokeless lump, $4.50.
Bleached Sheetings Androscoggin L, 7c; Berk
ley. No. w. c; caooi, c; capitol. 5Vi2;
Cumberland. 74c; Dwight Anchor. Sc; Fruit of
the Loom. 74c; Farwell, 7V4c; Fitch vllle, 64c:
Full'Wiatn, oc; um üe, oy, uiiaea Age, 5Uc;
Hill IV'.c; IlODe. 6aiC: LlnWOOd. 7C: Inrlal
7'ic; Peabody. 6c; 1'rlde of the West. 114c; Ten
Strike. 6c; Pepperell. 9-4. 18c; Pepperell. 10-1.
20c; Androscoggin, 9-4. 19c; Androscoggin, 10-4,
Brown Daeeuusa viiajinu n, oc; Argyie,
6c: lioott C. &c; Buck's Head. 64c; Clifton
CCC. 54c: Constitution. 40-inch. 64c; Carlisle, 40
lich. 6c; Dwlght s star. 7c; Great Falls E. 54c;
Great Falls J, 54c; Hill Fine, 6c; Indian Head.
6c- Pepperell R, 54c; Pepperell. 10-4. ISc; An
droscoggin. 9-4. 18c; Androscoggin. 10-4, ljc.
Prints Allen dress styles. 4c; Allen's staples.
5c; Allen TR, 5c; Allen's robes. 54c; Amer
ican Indigo, 44c; Arnold long cloth, B. 8c; Ar
nold LLC, 7c; Cocheo fancy. 54c; Hamilton
fancv. 5c; Mcrrlmac pinks and purples, 54c;
Pacific fancy, 5c; Simpson's mourning, 44c;
Simpson's Berlin solids, 54c: Simpson's oil
finish. 6c; American shirting, 3c; black white,
44c; grays. 44c.
Kid-finished Cambrics Edwards, 4c; Warren
Zc; Slater, 4c; Genesee, 4c.
Ticking Amoskeag ACA. 114c:, Conestoga.
BF, 15c; Cordis 140. 114c: Cordis T, 114c;
Cordis ACE. lie; Hamilton awnings. 9c: Kimono
fancr. 17c: Lenox fancy. ISc; Methuen AA. lOVic:
" gt -. t .1 . f i
Oakland AF. 6c; Portsmouth. 114c; Suspuehan
na. 13c: Shetucket SW, 54c; Shetucket F, 64c;
Swift River. 5c
Grain Bags Amoskeag. $13.50; American,
$15.50: Harmony. $15.60; Stark. $18.
Ginghams Amoskeag staples,. 54c; Amoskea
dress. 7c: Bates. 54c: Lancaster, 54c; Lancaster
Normandies, 7c; Renfrew dress, 7c
Alcohol. $2.45?2.60- asafetlda. 25j?30c: alum. 24
4c; camphor, 6$S7öc; cochineal. 5055c: chloro
form. LSlx65c; copperas, brls. 'joe; cream tartar,
pure. 30? 33c; Indigo. 65ÖS0c; licorice. Calab.,
genuine. 35ft40c; magnesia, carb., 2-ox. 2u22c;
morphine. P. & W.. per oz, $220.127.116.11; madder.
NtflSc: oil. castor, par gal. $1.151.23; oil. ber
gamot. per lb. $3: opium. $X.75J?3.90; quinine,
1. & W.. per oz, Utttie; balsam copaiba, 5.r.'(i6V:;
scap. castile. Fr.. 124il6c; soda, bicarb.. 246c;
salts, Epsom. 1484c: sulphur flour, 2ifi5c; salt
peter, lv&14c: turpentine, 475555c: glycerine, 17
20c; Iodide potassium. $2.6)2.65; bromide po
tassium. 5560c; chlorate potash, 152Gc: borax,
912c; clnchonlda, 37420: carbolic acid. 35-45c.
Produce, Fruits and Vegetables.
Bananas Per bunch. No. 1. $1.5051.75.
Oranges Mediterranean sweets, $4.50.
Lemons Messina, fancy, 300 to box. $536-50.
Cocoanuts 50c per dox.
Potatoes $101.25 per brl.
Sweet Potatoes Baltimore, $4.50 per brL
Cucumbers 124c per dor.
Cabbage 5"!c per brL
Celery lVg25c per bunch.
New Onions Stiff Me per bu.
Honey New white. 17c per lb; dark. 18c
Cauliflower $2 per dox.
Teas 50c per bu.
Green or Wax Beans 2540c Pr bu.
lettuce 5c per lb.
Green Onions 25c per five dox. bunches.
Radishes 10c per doa bunches.
Green Corn bQ7c per dox.
Blackberries l.i äo per 24-qt crate.
New Apples $22.23 per brl.
Pears 75c?$l. 25 per bu box.
Pineapples $1.5 to $2 per dor.
Watermelons $12.5?lS per I'
Cantaloupes 2T.c per basket; $1 per brl.
Gem Melons 25c per basket.
Peaches Indiana and Kentucky, $1.2531.50 Pr
Tomatoes Home grown. 40c per bu.
Wild Goose Plums 50c per bu.
Damson Plums 11.501.60 per bu.
Grapes 15c per basket.
Lima Ce&ns (new) &)cSSl per gslloa.
Red Plums 40C50e par bu.
lb. full weigni. i.uo'i.iu; iigni, rtioc; string
beans, 3-lb, Oft 95c; Lima beans, 1.2ul.23; peas,
marrowfats, 95cl; early June. S1.1O0L15; lob
CORN LED A BÄD BREAK
WEXT DOWN A CENT AND A HALF OX
THE CltOI REPORT-
Wheat Lout Tlircc-Quarters in Sympa
thy and Oat Five-Elgrlitlis Pro
visions Weak at m. Decline.
CHICAGO, Aug. 11. Grain markets fol
lowed the lead of corn to-day. That mar
ket was given a solar plexus blow by the
government crop report, which was much
more favorable than expected, and closed
at a decline of lYsC Wheat lost sie chief
ly through sympathy, and oats declined
c. Provisions closed 512c lower.
Sentiment among wheat traders at the
opening of that market was not very pro
nounced cither way, and the opening was
rather tame at 7C37GV4C for September, yes
terday's closing price being 76c There was
perhaps some disappointment over the gov
ernment crop report, which was not so
bullish as expected, but this was offset by
the continued hot weather and showers in
the Northwest, conditions regarded as ex
tremely unfavorable, but another factor
made itself felt soon after the opening, a
sudden and radical decline in corn. A drop
of lc was recorded in that market ct one
time, and the effect of euch weakness on a
market naturally rather heavy was im
mediate. Selling was quite heavy for some
time, principally by local traders who had
bought wheat yesterday ln the belief that
the government crop report would show a
big falling off in condition, and even after
this liquidation ceased the market showed
but little signs of recovery. The September
price was hammered down to 7540 before
the selling pressure was removed. There
was noticeable country selling at times,
and stop-loss orders were received by soma
commission houses. The close was heavy
at 754c. Northwest receipts were 2S1 cars,
against 227 last week and 22S a year ago.
Chicago recepits were 230 cars, 24 of con
tract grade. Aggregate primary receipts
were 1.027,000 bu, compared with 5S3.000 a
year ago. This fact undoubtedly influenced
some selling. Seaboard clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 427,000 bu. The
visible supply is expected to show an in
crease Monday of 1,250.000 bu.
Corn was feverish and radically weak. The
government crop report was a painful ur
prlse to longs, who had been led to expect
much more bullish oflicial figures by the
complaints of damage which have been re
ceived of late, and liquidation was heavy
from the start. There was a general spill
ing out of long corn, with some selling by
local bull leaders, and prices declined very
rapidly. The September price finally broke
to 37c, but the demand improved after
the price had reached that point and
toward the close tho market became stead
ier. Country offerings were small. Re
ceipts were 16S cars. September ranged
from 37c to 23Uc, and closed lc lower at
Oats were dull for the most part, and
showed weakness throughout, the market
being influenced almost entirely by the
weakness of corn. Business was largely
local and of no special importance. Kleva-
tor people were the best sellers. Receipts
were 437 cars. September ranged from
211 to 22c, and closed Kc lower at 21'ic.
Provisions were heavy, influenced by the
grain markets and by the weakness of
hogs. There was very little speculative
Interest shown, moderate liquidation being
led by the packers. Prices ruled lower from
the sart. At the close September pork was
12c lower at $1LC0; Semptember lard, 5c
lower at $6.67, and September ribs, 7c
lower at $7.05.
Estimated receipts Monday; Wheat, 290
cars; corn, ISO cars; oats, 5U0 cars, hogs,
Leading futüres ranged as follows:
Articles. Open- High- Low- Clos-
Wheat ing. ft. est. ing.
Aug ... 734 . 734 744 73
Sept ... 76 -764 764 754 754
Oct .... 76;-77 77 7G 764
Aug- ... 3-84 3S4 284 384
Sept ... 34-394 394 374 38
Oct .... 8S4-W 29 374 3."4
Aug ... 214 214 214 214
Sept ... 224-224 224 214 214
Oct .... 224 224 224 22 -224
Sept ..$11.674 $11.674 JU.60 $11.60
Oct ....11.70 11.70 11.63 11.65
Sept ... 6.724 6.724 6.65 6.674
Oct .... 6.774 6-'74 6.70 6.724
Jan ... 6.60 6.00 6.55 6.55
Sept ... 7.074 7.10 7.03 7.05
Oct .... 7.05 7.03 7.00 7.024
Jan ... 6.00 6.0") 5.974 5.974
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour steady:
winter patents, $3.80r?4; straights, $3. 203.70;
pprlng specials, $1.404.50; spring patents, $3.7o
4.10; straights, xj.S'Kfj.wj; Dauer, $-'.3057 -'.w. Nw.
2 snring wheat. 6S&724c; No. 2 red. 764S764c.
No. 2 corn. 39ti394c No. 2 oats, 22J?224c; No. 2
white. 233i'?T244c: No. 3 white. 234244c. No. 2
rye, 49,.itfil,.)4c. Good feeding barley, 35c: fair to
choice malting, 334 .c. No. 1 naxseed, $1.3;
No. 1 Northwestern. $1.35. Prime timothy seed.
$3.20(&3.25. Clover seed, contract grade, $S.40.
Mess pork, per brl. $11.60011.63. Lard, per 10
Its, $6.6746.70. Short-rib sides Goose), $7g7.30.
Dry-salted shoulders (loose), $6.75(7. Short-clear
Eides (boxed), $7.557.65. Whisky, on basis of
high wines. $1.234-
Beceipta Flour, 14,000 brls; wheat, 112,000 bu;
corn, 102,000 bu; oats, 4S2.000 bu; rye. 4,000 bu;
barley. 75.000 bu. Shipments Flour. 12.000 brls:
wheat. 22t,00 bu; corn, 513,000 bu; oats, 234,00 1
bu; rye, 700 bu; barley, 1,000 du.
AT NITIV YORK.
Sharp Break In AVlieat and Corn
Provision I) nil bat Steady.
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Flour Receipts,
19,632 brls; exports, 14,907 brls. Sales, 4,700
packages; market weak and nominally
10c lower to sell. Winter patents, $3.1503.95;
winter straights, $3.G0'Q3.75; Minnesota
patents, $4.104.45; winter extras, $2.70113;
Minnesota bakers, $2.903.35; winter low
grades, $2.402.70. Rye flour steady; sales.
250 brls; fair to good, $33.20; choice to
fancy, $3.303.55. Corn meal firm; yellow
Western, 87c; Brandy wine, $2.452.55. Rye
firm; No. 2 Western, 56 c, f. o. b. afloat;
state, 5253c. Barley quiet; feeding, 4143!
434c; malting, 4$ö53c, c. i. f. New York
Barley malt dull; Western, 6467c.
Wheat Receipts, 44,400 bu; exports, 95,863
bu. Sales, 1.S50.00O bu futures, 400,000 bu
spot. Spot weak; No. 2 red, 824c, f. o. b.
afloat; No. 2 red, 794, elevator; No. 1
northern Duluth, Mc, f. o. b. afloat.
Options declined actively during; the fore
noon under heavy sales for long account,
following a break in corn and lower cables;
closed weak at ?iltT4c net decline; Septem
ber closed at 804c; December, S2gS3 3-l6c,
closed at 824c.
Corn Receipts, 161,025 bu; exports. 123,281
bu. Sales. 170.000 bu futures, 400,000 bu
spot. Spot weak; No. 2, 454c, f. o. b.
afloat; 44c elevator. Options decidedly
lower owinff to talk or rain ln Southwest.
easier cables, and general unloading: closed
weak at llHc net decline; May, 414
424c. closed at 414c; September. 43U44c.
closed at 43c; December, 4041TsC, closed
Oats Receipts, 60.S00 bu; exports, 10.643
bu. Spot easy; No. 2. 2Cc; No. 3, 2Sc; No. 2
white. 29w294c; . No. 3 wnite, zj'y2S4c; track
mixed Western, 26274:c: track white
Western, 2S$r33c; track white, state. 2SQ3CC.
Options weaK and lower witn corn.
Hay dull: spring, 'ff.oc; Rood to choice.
80fi92Uc. Hops steady: 1899 crop. State,
lOfilSc; old. 2fr5c; Paciflc coast, 1899 crop.
I05i 13c: old. sq 5c.
Hides firm; Galveston. 20 to 23 lbs, ISc;
California. 21 to 25 lbs, 21Uc: Texas dry.
24 to 30 lbs, 13Hc. Leather steady; hemlock
sole, Buenos Ayres. lignt to heavy weights.
22ft23Ac: acid. 2SW3C
Beef dull: family, $10,507712; beef hams,
$2021; packet, $10f?ll; ' city, extra India
mess, $16117.50. Cut meats steady; pickled
bellies. $S.37Ufi 10.50; pickled shoulders. $6.50:
pickled hams, $1010.73. Lard easy; West
ern steam, $7; August closed at $7.07 nom
inal; refined easier; continent, $7.20; S. A.,
$8.10; compound. $6.256.37V2. Pork quiet;
family. $14.50115.50; short clear, $13'3l5;
Tallow steady; city ($2 for package) 4 7-16c;
country (package free) 44C?4?ic Cotton
seed oil dull: prime yellow. 35c
Rice firm: domestic, fair to extra. 4Q
64c; Japan. 4435 7-16c. Molasses steady;
New Orleans open kettle, good to choice,
Coffee Spot Rio quiet; No. 7 invoice, 94c:
mild quiet; Cordova nominal. Futures
opened steady at 57?10 points decline and
ruled generally weak under liquidation fol
lowing disappointing cables, larger receipts
at Rio and Santos, increasing; American
visible supply, an absence of speculative
support and continued apatny of spot buy
ers. Market closed steady at 5S15 points
net decline. Total sales, 11,000 bass. In
cluding: August, 7.72c; September. 7.C5c;
November. 8c: December. fi.lfk7iS.15e: March.
8.251) S. 30c; May, 8.3338.40c.
fcugar itaw firm; fair renning, ivm
4 5-16c; centrifugal 95 test, 4?Bc; molasses
5.20c; Xo. 12, 5.15c; No. 13, 5.10c; No. 14, 5.10c;
m t a m r v
Manuara a. ä.wc; coniecuoners a, d.wc;
powdered, 6.20c; granulated, 6.10c; cubes,
TRADE IX GENERAL.
Quotations at St. Louis, Daltlmore,
Cincinnati and Other Places.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 11. Flour steady and
unchanged. Wheat No. 2, cash, 71Tsc;
August, 71ic; September, 71Isc; December.
74ic; No. 2 bard, 63fttc. Corn No. -2.
cash, S74c; August, 37c; September, 36?ic;
December. 34c. Oats No. 2. cash. 214c;
August, 21c; September, 214c; No. 2 white,
254c. Pork steady; jobbing, $12.75. Lard
lower; choice, $6.574. Day-ralted meats
steady; boxed clear ribs, $7.S7V4; clear sides,
SS.124;. Bacon steady; boxed extra shorts,
JS.25; clear ribs, S.37H; clear sides. $5.62.
Timothy seed in better demand, without
change in prices, which are stronger. Corn
meal steady at $2.202.25. Bran in good
demand; sacked, east track. 6G67V4c Hay
Timothy steady at $10.5012; prairie easy
at J4.751i7.50. Whisky steady at $1.23. Iron
cotton ties, $1.30. Bagging, 8.103.S5c. Hemp
twine, 9c. Receipts Flour, 4,000 brls; wheat.
211.000 bu; corn. 49,000 bu; oats, 42,000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 12,000 brls; wheat, 40,000
bu; corn, 5S.000 bu; oats. 87,000.
BALTIMORE. Aug. 11. Flour steady; re
ceipts, 10,034 brls; exports, 8,892 brls. Wheat
dull and easy; spot and month, 74H4sc;
September. 75&754c; steamer No. 2 red, 72U
QtT2c; receipts, 55,631 bu; exports, 16.000 bu;
Southern wheat, by sample, 6Dfi94c;
Southern wheat, on grade, 734Q754C Corn
dull and lower; mixed, spot and month,
42ifr42?sc; September, 42ig43c; November
or December, old, SSVSSSbc; January, 334c
asked; receipts, 144,367 bu; exports, 124,566
bu; Southern white corn, 4646Hc; Southern
yellow corn, 46ft 46c. Oats more active and
easier; No. 2 white, old, 27c sales; No. 2
mixed, old, 25&'g26c; new, 24'u25c
TOLEDO, Aug. It Wheat dull and lower;
spot, 71i774c; August, 77?ic; September,
y.c; October. 79c: December, SOic. Corn
dull and lower; No. 2 cash, 41Hc; Septem
ber, 40c. Oats dull and unchanged; No. 2
cash, 23c; September, 23 c. Rye dull and
unchanged; No. 2 cash, 51c. Cloverseed dull
and higher; 1893 prime, $5.10; 1S93 prime,
$5.40; October, $3.S0; No. 2,' $5.
KANSAS CITY, Aue. IL Wheat Decem
ber, 67Tc; September, 64c; cash, No. 2
hard. CoiiGGc; No. 2 red, 71fi72y2c. Corn-
December, 334c: September. 364c: cash. No.
2 mixed, 374U37?ic: No. 2 white. 3Sc. Oats-
No. 2 white, 224c. Receipts Wheat, 23,300
du; corn, 16,900 bu; oats, 9.000 bu. Ship
mentsWheat, 1S4.000 but corn, 14,400 bu;
CINCINNATI, Aug. 1L Flour dull. Wheat
quiet; No. 2 red, 76c. Corn dull; No. 2
mixed, 41c. Oats steady; No. 2 mixed, 224
023c. Rye easy; No. 2, 524c. Lard quiet
at $6.55. Bulk meats dull at $7.40. Bacon
lirm at $S.55. Whisky quiet at $1.23. Sugar
DULUTH, Aur. ll.-Wheat-Cash No. 1 hard.
794c; No 1 Northern. 77c; No. 2 Northern not
quotea; ro. 3, zc; No. 1 hard, to arrive, old.
4c; no. 1 Northern, to arrive, old. 77: c: No.
1 hard, to arrive, new, 794c; No. 1 Northern, to
arrive, new, 77Vic; September, 774c; December,
MivvriPnr.ia a nr 11 Toi.,. I . XT..
1 Northern, August, 74-üc; September, 74744c;
uecemDer, 40c. un tracK ino. 1 card, i4c; NO.
1 Northern, 754c.
MILWAUKEE. Ausr. 11. Barlev steadv:
No. 2, 60c; sample, SoQlSc.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11. Petroleum aulet: re
fined New York, 8.ti5c: Philadelphia and Balti
more, 8c; Philadelphia and Baltimore, ln bulk,
5.45c. Itosln quiet; strained, common to good.
sj.iM&i.w. spirits or turpentine quiet at 4zvic
SAVANNAH. Aug. 11. Spirits of turpentine
nrm at z'Jc. itosm nrm. ouoto: A. IS. C. D.
$1.35: E, $1.45: F. $1.50: G. $1.55: II. $1.60: I.
$1.05; K, $1.75; M, $1.90; N, $2.10; window glass.
)s.Zoi water white, $2.60.
WILMINGTON. Aug. 11. Spirits of turpentine,
sieady at 34Q'39c. Hosin firm at $1.2001.25. Tar
quiet at $1.40. Crude turpentine dull at $1.40 to
OIL CITY. Aug. 11. Credit balances. $1.25. Cer-
tincates no bid. No shipments or runs reported.
MONTPELIER. Aug. 11. Indiana crude ue-
itoieum. bc; bourn Lima, 90c; rsortn Lima, sc.
CHARLESTON, Aug. ll.-Splrits of turpentlna
nominal. toe in nrm.
Hotter, Cheese and Eggs.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11. Butter Receipts. 3.647
r ackages. Market nrmer; creamery, 17&23C: cur-
tent packed, factory. 14f?16c. Cheese Receipts.
1.6ti4 packages. Market nrm; large, colored, 10c;
small, coioreu, loc; large, white, lue; small,
white, 104c. Eggs Receipts, 14.3S2 packages
Market quiet; Western, at mark. Ilfl34c for av
erage lots; Western, loss oft, 154c.
CHICAGO. Aug. 11. On the Produce Exchange
to-day the putter market was steady; creameries.
lVL'Uc; dairies. HitiTc. unees dull at 94011c.
Lggs nrm; iresn, izc.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. ll.-Eggs firm: fresh
Kansas and Missouri stock, 104c, loss off, cases
returned; new whltewood cases Included 4c
CINCINNATI. Aug. 1L Eggs steady at c.
Butter firm and unchanged. Cheese steady and
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 11. Eggs steady at 11c. But
ter steady; creamery, 17Q2oc; dairy, 14(ff 16c.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11. To-day's dry goods
market has been quite dull on the spot, very few
buyers being ln attendance. Heavy brown cot
tons close the week without Improvement In
cither tone or demand and are quite Irregular in
price. Bleached muslins are steady, but to-day's
demand U?ht. coarse colored cottons inactive.
Prints ln lair request and steady. American cot
ton yarns dull and tendency in favor of buyers.
Woolen and worsted yarns quiet and unchanged.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 11. Poultry dullt chickens.
7c; springs, S4c; turkeys, 67c; springers, 10c;
ducks, 5c; springers, be; geese, 3c; springers.
CHICAGO, Aug. U. Dressed poultry dull: tur
keys. 7c; chickens, 9c; spring chickens. 10llc;
CINCINNATI. Aug. 11. Poultry dull; chickens.
439c; turkeys, &c.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 11. Cotton firm and
hicher to buy. Ordinary. He: good ordinary.
8 1-1 6c: low middling. 9 3-16c; middling, 9 ll-16c;
gcod middling. 9 15-16c; middling fair, 10 3-16c.
Receipts, ro Dales; stocK, i-,w Dales.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11. Cotton steady: mid
dling uplands. 104c; middling gulf. 104c Sales,
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Pig Iron weak; North
ern. $15S1S: Southern, $1318. Copper dull;
brokers'. 13.50c. Lead dull; brokers', 4c Tin
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 11. Lead steady at 4.20c
Spelter dull at 4.05c.
vr.tr YORK. Aur. 11. Wool dull: domestic
UvvvC, J'y-ov;, irus, jlj'üv
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
Ten Transfers, with a Total Consid
eration 6t 13,C30.
Instruments filed for record in the record
er's office of Marlon county, Indiana, for
the. twenty-four hours ending at 5 p. m.
Aug. 11., 1900, as furnished by the Indiana
Title Guaranty and Loan Company, 129
East Market street. Both telephones 3005:
George W. Robey to David A. Rich
ardson, east half, northeast quarter
of northeast quarter, section zi,
Tnwnshln 15. Ranee 2
Wm. T. Marshall to Polly Ivy Eudaly,
t .of- k in west nair. nortneasr auar-
ter Section 23. Township 15. Range 3 1.200
W illlam 11. uegner to i.va uraig, un
divided twenty-seven nunareatns or
Lot 5 and parts of Lots 4 and 6,
Tinddell's Glenwood addition
Gottlieb F. Loffler to Henry Ahlbrand,
part soutnwest quarter, .section 22,
Town&hip 15, Range 4
Edward Beiser to Henry Belser, Lot
10, Block 3, Tuxedo Park
Franklin P. Davis to Bersheba A.
Davis et al., part east half, north
east quarter, Section 20, Township
15, Range 5
Walter F. Walker to Jane W. Webb,
Lot 10, Bruce Place, East End addi
tion Sarah J. Dell to James K. King, part
of Block 27, Johnson heirs addition.
George Wolf et al. to Carl Brüning.
Lot 32, Windhorst Place
Martha Goodlet to Jesse L. Dunn et
al.. Lot 42, Goodlet's King-avenue
subdivision. Block 7, Holmes's West
Transfers, 10; total consideration ...,$13,6S0
C. M. Clark, 1212 to 1221 Calhoun street,
seven cottages: cost. $i00 each.
Albert II. Martin. Kutn street, near
Warman avenue, cottage;-cost, $800.
Morris Dalton, Ohio street, near Walcott
street, double dwelling; cost. $2.500.
A. M. Ogle and A. W. W. Hubbard.
Davidson and W&xhinzton , streets, frcrj
theds; cost. (323.
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
ARRIVALS OF CATTLE SOLD AT QIO-
TABLY STEADY TIIICKS-
IIoxs Active at About Steady Figures
Sheep and Lambs Quiet Condition
of Markets Elsewhere.
UNION STOCKYARDS. INDIANAIOLlS,
Aug. 1L Cattle Receipts, 10) ; shipments
none. As usual at the close of the week
there were not many fresh arrivals of cat
tle and the market was rather quiet, but
a good clearance was made on a basis of
yesterday's prices. Native steers weighing
1,323 lbs sold at $5.70, and Western cattle
weighing 860 lbs at $4. The receipts this
week show a decrease of only about 2,0
compared with last week and an Increase of
100 over the same week a year ago. Thus
far this year the receipts are less than
1,500 smaller than tho same period last
year. The market opened with a lower
tendency, in keeping with reports from
other markets, but with continued moder
ate receipts and a scarcity of choice stock
there was a more active trade later, and
toward the close of the week all good
kinds sold at an advance of at least 10c
in prices. Common to medium grades con
tinue plentiful, and with no improvement
in the demand it was more or less difficult
to transfer the consignments at irregular
but generally less satisfactory prices than
heretofore this season. There was a very
good demand both from the local and for
eign trade for good export grades, and no
doubt a larger supply could have been
handled at current prices. During the week
native steers sold as high as $5.90; heifers,
$3; cows, $4.35; bulls, $4.25; calves, $S, and
Texas cattle as high as $4.2-5. Quotations:
Good to prime steers, 1,350 lbs and
Fair to medium steers, 1,350 lbs and
Good to choice 1,150 to 1.300-lb
Fair to medium 1,150 to 1,300-lb
Medium to good 900 to 1,100-lb
Good to choice feeding steers.... 4.50ti4.75
Fair to medium feeding steers... 4.15:nr4.i0
Common to good stockers 3.5O'a4.40
Good to choice heifers 4.25ft 5.00
Fair to medium heifers 3.656 4.10
Common to light heifers 3.003.50
Good to choice cows z.torgi.6o
Fair to medium cows 3.101 3.60
Common old cows l.lZ'li'i.OO
Veal calves 4.006.25
Heavy calves 3.005i5.00
Prime to fancy export bulls 3.: 4.i
Good' to choice butcher bulls 3.50&3.73
Common to fair bulls 2.753.03
Hogs Receipts, 4,000; shipments, 1,000.
The hog market opened with buyers bidding
rather lower prices on account s of the
comparatively liberal receipts, but sales
men were not inclined to make any con
cessions and there were few transactions
reported at the tart. Later, with a much
better demand from local packers and
steady competition from shippers, the
trading was active and the average market
was not preceptibly different from yester
day. There were a few sales, however, that
were probably 2Vfcc lower, and for an ex
treme heavy hogs sold 2yc higher. The re
ceipts this week show a slight change com
pared with last week, and a decrease of
3,500 compared with the same week a year
ago. The receipts so far this year are 200,-
000 smaller than the same period last year.
The market this week has been somewhat
disappointing, but hardly surprising. Pack
ers for some time have Intimated that it
would not require a liberal number to fill
their wants, and they have all along pro
tested against following any advance in
prices. The unfavorable weather for ship
ping operations had a tendency to make
packers more independent this week, and
naturally they took advantage of the sit
uation and pounded the market. The re
sults, however, while no doubt in many in
stances unprofitable to shippers, were 5n
keeping with all other leading markets.
Shippers were more, liberal buyers than last
week on account of the reduction in prices,
and probably, could have used more had
not the risk in shipping been so great. The
range in prices at the low time in the week
was 15c lower than the high time, and
about 10c lower than the opening. Quota
tions: Good to choice medium and
Mixed and heavy packing 5.20??5.25
Good to choice light weights 5.25ft 5.30
Common to fair light weights... 5.2(KI5.25
Common to good pigs 4.00ö5.23
Sheep Receipts light; shipments none.
There was the usual small Saturday's run
of sheep and lambs, and the market was
quiet with sales usually at steady prices,
compared with the way equal kinds sold
yesterday. The receipts this week have
been more liberal, showing an increase of
500 over last week and fully 300 over the
corresponding week a year ago. Thus far
this year there is a decrease of nearly 10,000
compared with the same period last year.
At the beginning of the week there was
little change in, prices, possibly on account
of the scarcity of good stock, but later in
the week the conditions were improved and
there was rather an active trade at some
advance in values. Good clearances were
made at current prices, and the market
for the week closed in rather a healthy con
dition, especially for choice stock. During
the week lambs sold as high as $5. CO and
sheep $4. Quotations:
Good to choice lambs $5.255.50
Common to medium lambs 3.0055.13
Good to. choice sheep 3.50&4.G0
Common to medium sheep 2.50&3.25
Transactions at the Interstate Yards.
INTERSTATE STOCKYARDS, INDIAN
APOLIS, Aug. U. Cattle Receipts nom
inal; shipments none. The supply was
light, as usual at this time of week. The
opening was firm at steady figures for
choice light kinds, for which the indications
are good. Common butcher cattle were
sluggish and tending lower. The closing
was steady, with all sold. Quotations:
Good to prime export steers, 1,350
to 1,500 lbs average $3.30 5 65
Fair to medium export steers,
1,200 to 1.400 lbs average 5.15 5.C0
Good to prime butcher steers, L100
to 1,250 lbs average 4.S0f? 5.20
Fair to good feeders, 900 to 1,100
lbs average 4.40? 4.70
Light stockers 2Myt 3.S0
Good to prime heavy heifers.. ..... IM1 4.65
Common to medium heifers 3.40 3 fO
Prime to fancy export cows 4.1S 4.10
Fair to good cows 1 3.40 3.3
Canners to common cows 2.00"'i 3.00
Good to choice light veals 5.5072 fi.00
Common to choice fat bulls : 3.75?? 4.23
Common to fair bulls 2.75'3 3.50
Good to choice cows and calves.. 33.0050.00
Common to medium cows and
Hogs Receipts, 1.000; shipments, 950. The
quality was mostly good. The opening was
weak and a shade lower, especially on
heavy grades, while lights and pigs were
in strong demand at good figures compared
with yesterday. The bulk of the sales con
sisted of mixed and heavy at $3.274. 3.30.
with lights at $5-224'35.33. The closing was
steady, with all sold early. Quotations:
Fair to good pigs. 110 to 120 lbs
average $5.35 Si 3 374
Good to choice lights 5.22U5i5.13
Fair to good lights 5.30 3.22V
Good to cnoice medium and.
Mixed and heavy packing...... 5.23 $i5.2?4
Cheep Receipt nominal; shipments none.
TZ. evenly vras costly et cood quality.
and the demand being good all were sold
early. Indications favor a steady market
for next week. Quotations:
Spring lambs $4.7375.73
Good to choice yearlings 4.Ki4.73
Thin ycirllngs , S.'-M.OO
Good to choice..
Common to medium sheep
Bucks, per r.o lbs
LIVERPOOL. Aug. ll.-Beef-Extra IndU
mess dull at 72s 6d; prime mess dull at Cls
I'd. Pork Prime Western mess firm nt 70s.
Lard American refined, in pails, steady at
2; prime Western, in tierces, steady at 25s.
Hams Short cut steady at 48s. Bacon
Cumberland, cut 2 to :') lbs. firm at 37 Cd;
short rib?. IS to 22 lb, steady at 43s 6d;
long clear mlddle5, light. 3 to 25 lb?, steady
at 41s tki; long clear middles, heavy, 30 to
4." lb, steady at 41; short clear backs, 15
to 1M lbs. firm at Zs M; clear bellies. 14 to
16 lbs, nrm at 41s. Shoulders Square, 12 to
14 lbs, steady at 21s. Cheese Amfrlcan
finest white, strong at 4fs 6cii American col
ored, strong at 50s. Tallow lYimt city
firm at 25; Australian in Lonuon. sltady at
2s Gd. Butter United States finest. 94s;
United States good. Ms. Flour St. Louis
fancy winter firm at Is. Wheat-Spot
steady; No. 2 red Western. 6s 3U1; No. 1
Northern spring, Cs 44d; No. 1 California,
Cs 4Hd'4Cs 5d; futures closed dull. September,
6s 214d'üs 24d; December. 6d 24 J. Corn
Spot firm; American mixed, now, 4r.; Ameri
can mixed, old, 4s Id; futures dull, Septem
ber. 4s; October, 4s Ud; November, 4s Hd.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 1L-Cattlc Re
ceipts, 200. Prices unchanged. Supply fot
the week, 44.00. The market for tho week
was very active, all killing goods advancing
10c to 30c. Blockers and feeding cattle were
in large supply, and best grades were
htcady. Common stockers ZaZc lower.
Native steers, $I&5; stockers and feeders,
$3.503 4.S0; butcher cows and heifers, $3.1tHf
3.40; canners, $2.3.10; fed Western. $1'J
.45; v.intered Texans. $3.901i4.4i; srass Tex
an s. $3.2(i3.!V.
Hogs Receipts. 2.000; for the week. 27.000.
Market steady to 5c lower. Lower provi
sion markets this week caused 10c to 15
decline. Heavy hogs sold to-day at $5.10'J
5 20: mixed, $3Q510; light, 4.:tti'3.10; r'S.
Sheep Receipts, 3,000, Market steady.
Receipt for the week. KsOuo. Good markets
were the rule. Sheep advanced l?c to IV;
vIth lambs about steady. Lambs, $3ftr
muttons, $3.7034.4); Western withers. $4.(
64.43; feeders, $31i4; culls, $.50j3.
CHICAGO. Aug. ll.-Cattle-Itece!pts. 2tT
Nominally steady. Natives, good to.prim A
bteers. $5.40i6; poor to medium. $4 7!v,i5.3SV?
selected feeders, $44.63; mixed stockt xt
$. .25' 2.90; cows, $l5y,i4.30; hcifors, r:?i4.W,1
canners. $2.20ii2.70; bulls, $3'f4.40; calves,
J4.25fc 6.73; Texas fed steers. $1.3015.13; Tex
as srass steers, $3.33&4.23; Texas bulls. $2.54
H03S Receipts to-day, 15.000; Monday
30,000 estimated: left over. 6.000. W.k- ' .
Top. $5.40; mixed An
ers, J5.03'ti5.35: goDd to choice hea i
e5.S2H: rough heavy. $4.S5; light. V'
5.40; bulk of sales, $5.10?i5.30. X.
Sheep Receipts. 2.000. Sheep and lat ;
unchanged. Good to choice wethers, $Li
$?4.G5; fair to choice, mixed. $3.75?T4.Si;w
Western sheep, $ 1.25174.60; Texas sheep,
$3.104.10; native lambs, $4.2SftS.G5; Western
ST. LOUIS. Aug. ll.-Cattle Receipts.
600. including 100 Texans. Market steady.
Native shipping and export steers. ?55.75:
dressed beef and butcher steers. $4.30?? 5-35;
steers under 1,000 lbs, $3.40Ti5; fctockers nd
lceders, $2.3i g.Zo cows and heifers. J2ft4.!C:
canners, $L.rJJ?2.S5: "bulls. $2.30'3l; Texas 1 nd
Indian steers, $34.50; cows and nelfers.
Hogs Receipts, 3.100. Market 5c lower.
Pigs and lights, I5.25ft5.30: packers. $3.150
5.25; butchers. $5.2Ki5.30.
Sheep Receipts, 300. Market steady. Na.
th e muttons. $4Si4.50; lambs, $4.25Ji 5.33; cull
and bucks, $2.501 4; stockcrs, $3.353.50.
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Beeves Receipts.
1,014. Feeling steady; no later cables. Ex
ports. 1,323 cattle and 9.109 quarters beef.
Calves Receipts, 609. . No sales; feeling
steady. City dressed veals steady at
IHfcc per lb.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 5.SS2. Sheen
weak to a jfhade lower: lambs. 10U13C lower.
Sheep, $34.73; tops. $5; lambs, $3.5Gg7.20;
Hogs Receipts, 2,429. Steady for live
POUTH OMAHA. Aus. 1.-Catt)-Recelrta.
400. Market steady. Corn-fed beev ivi2"ss
h'pher fur the week. Native tef steers, $4.5v
55.S0; Western steers, $1.34. si; Texas rteer.
W.4'H.ln; cows and heifers, $2.J.r 4.2.; canr.ers.
$1. 602.75; stocker and feeders, dull nt M.4?f
4.40; calves, $.Va..5o; bulls. Mags, etc., $2Ji4.2i.
Hoes Receipts, 4.4'J. Market steady to lower.
Heavy. $l.97Vk''ia: mixed. $1.57,,: licht, $4.Jrt4j5.Q5;
pips, $.5rtii; bulk of sales. H.'j.'ti ..
heep Keceirts. 4.0". Market slow. Wethers.
$3.S04.15; stock sheep, $Sif3.G5; lambs. $1.505.41.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 11. Hogs active at
Cattle steady at $33.40.
Sheep Hteady at $2.35 4.13; lambs steady
Coffee Good. 10S12c: prime. 125H4c: strictly
prime, 14i6c; fancy green and yellow. lSc;
Java. 2H22C Roasted Old Government Java,
2ru33e: Golden Itlo, 24c; Bourbon Santos, 24c;
Gilded Santos. 24c; prime Santos. 23c. Parkagt
coffee city prices Arlosa, 11.25c: Lion. 12.25c;
Jersey, 13.25c; Caracas. 12.75c: Dutch Java blend.
16.50c; tmiwortn's, n.z.c; siau oucn. iz.7c;
Gates's blended Java, 12.25c; Jav-Ocha, 1150c
Sugars City prices: Dominoes, .C7c; cut loaf,
tKc; powdered. 6.32c; XXXX powdered. C.7c;
standard granulated. 6.42c; nne pranulated, 6.42c;
extra fine granulated, .52c: granulated. 5-lb
basrs, 6.52c; jrranulated, 2-lb bag. .52c; granu
lated, 5-lb cartons, 6.52c; cubes, 6.57c; mold A.
6.57c; confectioners' A, 6.22c; 1 Columbia, A,
6.:i7c; 2 Windsor A, 6.07c: 3 Itldgcwood A. 6.07-;
4 Phoenix A. 6.02c ; & tmpire A. &.I7C; Ideal
Golden Ex. C, 5.87c; 7 Windsor Ex. C, i.77c: S
RidKewood Ex. C, 5.e7c: 9 Yellow Ex. C. 5.S7c;
10 Yellow C. 5.5c; 11 Yellow. 5.82c; 12 Yellow,
5.47c; 13 Yellow. 5.42c: 14 Yellow, .42c; 15 Yel
low, 5.42c; 16 Yellow, 5.42c.
Salt In car lots, $1.05L!0; small lots, $L109
Plour Sacks (paper) Plain. 1-32 brls, per 1.000,
$3.50; 1-16 brl. $3; H brl. $S; 4 brl. $16; No. $
diab, plain, 1-22 brl. per L(). $4.25; 1-1$ brl,
$6.50; M brl. $10; M brl. $20: No. 1 cream, plain.
1-S2 brl. per 1.000. $7; 1-1 brl, $8.75: H brl. t!4.M;
U brl, $24.50. Extra charge for printing. $L10)
Spices Pepper- lSlSc: allspice. 15!TlSc; clove,
lLlSc: carsla. lllc; nutmegs. KXJ-f5c per lb.
Beans Choice hand-picked navy, $2.4CK2f2.50 pr
bu; Limas, California. Hc er lb.
Screened Beans $2.352.4).
Molasses and Syrups New Orleans molasses,
fair to prime, 2&3Sc; choice 35340a; syrups,
Itlce-LouJslana. 4:-G614?: Carolina, tHGSKe. '
Shot $1.501.6') per bag for drop.
Lead 647c for pressed bars.
Woodenware No. 1 tubs. $7.25f!7.M: No. 2 tubs.
$.25g.&0; NO. X tubs. S5.50-3S.55: J-hoop pal Is.
$1.73: 2-hooD palls, f 1.5001.0: doubl washboard,
$2.25?2.75; common washboards. 4JL503L7S;
clothes pins. 60?C5c per box.
Wood Dishes No. 1, per 1.000. $2.rMrl .5ft; Na. I.
t?.Vff2.75: No. Z. No. 5. $3.t5J.M.
Twine Hemp. 1231c per lb; wool, fctfloe: fiax
Zt-30c; paper, 23c; jute. 1215c; cotton. 12&25o.
Clover, choice, prime, 4.7575; English, cbolcs,
$4.755; alslke. choice. $7ftS; alfalfa, choice,
$C7; crimson or scarlet clover, $U?4.H; tim
ottay. 45 lb, prime, $1.551.65; strictly prim.
$!.GOM.70; choice, $l.eo1.75: fancy Kentucky, ll
lbs. $1.10; extra clear. 6XV375c; orchard grass,
extra. $1.2031.50: red top. ch$Ve, S3c3$L43; Eni
llh bluegrass. 24 lbs. $22.6n:-German millet,
$191.75; Western German millet, Cc3$l; com
mon millet. 80530c
Unseed, raw. 68c per gal: Unseed oil. boiled,
63c per gal: coal oil, legal test. 8Htfl4Hc; bank,
4Sr50c: best straits, 50c: Labrador. 60c; Wast
Virginia lubricating. 30c: miners'. 4Dc: lard!
ells, winter strained, in bris, per gal;
half brls. 2c per gal extra.
VITAL STATISTICS AUG. 11.
Walter and Mary Nelson, city, girL
C. S. and Coffin, city, bey.
Reuben and Mary Bevins, 613 Maxwell
Jacob and Florence Hlrt, 1029 Rhodo
Island street, boy
Louis and Dunn. Madison avenue, boy.
Lw D. and Margaret Hay, ZS West Twenty-first
Herman and Ida Krachcrfels. 1217 Mar
lowe avenue, boy.
Orvllle and Lizzie Purvis, 912 Church
Albert and Carrie Young. 2221 Charles
' Clara Kluger, three months. 22$ East
Henry street. Inanition.
Alma Burkl'ardt, one yar. 1031 South
Nevr Jersey Street, cholera Infantum.
John Falrhigh. 1121 West Thirty-first
Anna Moore, forty years, 2314 Carolin
Infant Shay, city, stillborn.
M.T. Hancock, fifty years, Morgantovm,
Ind., arterlo sclerosis.
Mary K. Kirsch, thirty-six years. C03 Cor
nell avenue, cancer of liver.
John S. Keely. ninety years, 20S North
East street, senile debility.
Victor K. Royce and Nora KUen Potter.
Jesse K. Hutsell and Laura Is. Ferner.
Alfred Worth and Cera Ramsay.
Alonro McClaln and Elizabeth M. Rush.
James E. Lawrence and Lulu May Hit
L, Meyers and Zlaxy TT?-rv ,