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But the Damage Is Confined to a
Jf Limited Area in Min-
nesota.
^Nicollet and Blue Earth Counties
SufferMarket Dull and
Easy.
Coburn Issues a Favorable Re
turn on Kansas Wheat
Threshings.
'Wheat In Minnesota in the rain.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, July 28.
ae rather serious news came in this morning
(,'of nature to make wheat firm. The tact that
iff lacked full verification killed it. There wan
severe storm which was particularly bad near
iVrailmor. Reports of damage done were re
inffyed, but later advice* toned them down.
-Chicago sent it out to the country that the Van
'jjpuiea-Harrington company had estimated South
Dakota's crop at 22,000,000 bu spring wheat
'^snd 19,000,000 bu macaroni. This might easily
ijiave Jifted the market a cent or two, hut it
packed the most Important elementconfirmation
the Van Dusen-Harrington offices, the coin
Ypany refusing to stand for l\, and the men who
lve attention to each matters said no such
Report hail been Issued. The weather northwest
Vwas wet, not a bad thing. The Duluth Commei
Scial Record hsid a summary showing damage
Crom hot dry weather, but the rains since its
&ssue have changed the situation. Fargo had a
[rain all day yesterday and thru the night, but
wras clear this morning, and it was raining
Mthls morning at St. Cloud.
I The corn market felt the reassurance that fol
lowed rain. Dubuque and Davenport had a
Swatting down, Des Moines got .24, Omaha .12,
Efiioux City .02, Charles City 1.76, Dodge City .22
f^ind Springfield, Mo., .20. It was just enough to
fcatop the reports of corn firing and make the
Mnarket quieter. This affected wheat, which had
ncympathued with the corn nervousness. Men
Fjdota, 111., the point reporting corn firing yes
l^erday, bad a rain, and everything was all right
('there today.
Secretary Coburn of Kansas says reports from
(eleven counties shoi? as high as 58 bushels of
{(wheat to the acre, and most of them an aver
age. Wet weather has done
someis
THE FLOUR MARKET
4
3AY
CiER MILLS HAVE A GOOD
SHIPMENTS IN-CREASING.
Altho the big companies did not make the
-ueral situation any better the smaller mills
ported the best day of the season yesterday
and another good run of business today. Ship
ments are creeping up over the 60,000 line and
the trade appears to be working into a good
usii*s very gradually. While disappointment
IJIS heard over the apathy of the buyers and it
la eeld that the winter wheat mills are getting
Lhe best of the business going, there is enough
LHoing here to keep the capacity fairly active,
land the assurance that eventually a better de
f-mand will be shown and larger business entered
I tor domestic account and possibly for export.
Sjhlpnrents, 53.420 barrels.
I First patents quotable at $4.254.35 second
tjMttents, $4.10@4 2O first dears, [email protected]
Liecond clears, [email protected], in wood, b,Min-
ffteapoUs.
THE CASH TRADE
[SEW CHANGES I N PRICESCORN AND OATS
A LITTLE EASIER.
ST/AXReceipts, 28 cars, against 7 last year.
Shipments, IS cars: Duluth. 64 cars. Closing
'prices: Minneapolis, cash. $1.10% to arrive,
OOBWWo. a yeUow corn closed at 47%e. Re
ceipts. 9 care shipments, 8 cars
OfT&~-No. 8 white oats closed at 31%c. Re-
aelptB, 88 cars shipments, 28 cars
,1 FBHD AND COARSE MEALCoarse cornmeal
and qracked corn, in sacks, sacks extra, $18.25(3
18.60} No. 1 ground
feed,,
sjfa.4
2-3 corn imd
1-3No.
oats,
75-l sacks sacks extra S18.75@l 00 2
ground feed, corn and oats, SO-lb sacks.
Sacks extra, S10 [email protected] No. 3 ground feed,
1-3 ctrn and 2-3 oats, 70-lb sacks, sacks extra,
$19.75@2Q,
MILLrJTttFFSBran, bulk. 18: shorts, hulk.
$14.75(5515 middlings, In bulk, 817 50gl8 red
dog, in 140s, $21, all 1:: Uisneapolis in
800-lb sacks, $1 per ton additional, -ai 10O-lb
facks. $1.00 per ton additional. Shipments,
i25 tons.
BARLEYFeed grades closed at 35@36%o
malting grades, 37@45e. Receipts, 19 cars,
shipments 18 car
RYENo. 2 rye closed at 51%@52%c. Re-
cejw'- 8 ears.: shipments. 20 cars.
KVVReceipts todaj, 80 tons Timothy choice,
11, No 1. [email protected] No. 2, ?939.50i.No 8,
fro^no, prairie, choice, $10 50, prairie. No.
3 JO ov)@10 prairie, No. 2, $3 50@9, No. 3,
V. o7 50 midland. No 1, $7 50^3 midland,
No 2, [email protected], rye straw, |4@5 oat straw,
CASH SALES REPORTED TODAY.
No 1 hard wheat, 5 c^rs $0.79
No 1 hard wheat, part car 79
.No. 1 hard wheat, 2 cars 78%
No. 1 northern wheat, 13 cars 78
No. 1 northern -wheat, 3 cnrs 78%
NO{ 1 northern wheat 1 car .78%
No. 1 northern wheat, part car 78
No. 2 northern wheat, 3 cars .77
sHo. 2 rvDr/kbern wheat, 8 cars 76%
i
No.l
2
northernn wHee^,1.car,
mixed
76 No 2 norther wheat 8 tai**^
No. 2 northern wheat, p&rt car .76%
JJo. 2 northern wheat, 5 cars .76%
I4fo. 2 northern wheat, 4-cars 76^
Wo. 2 northern wheat, part car 76%,
-SELL TO ARRIVE ON THE BULGES
GRAIN COMMISSION.
i
i'-ftf*-* i
Open.
May... .82%
July..
.75
Kansas City
New York
Winnipeg
Octobers
pgp
Everifl|
ISevere ^Storms Lay Ithf Grain Crops Flit
t .82%
.75%
.76% 77%
Sept*.. .76*4
Deo... .77%
Minneapolis Oats
Sept.. .30% .30%
Close.
Today.
Minneapolis 9 .76%
Chicago 76
Duluth 76%,,
St. Louis 78%
TODAY'S RANGE IN WHEAT
Minneapolis Options.
fSo/^ao //So /goo
/Q9Q /J5Q fgoo
No. 8 wheat, 11 cars
No. 3 wheat. 6 cars
No. 8 wheat, 1 car, mixed...
No. 8 wheat, 1 car
No. 8 wheat, 1 car, choice
No. 8 wheat, part car........
damage in
fiarper and Sumne counties. Cor doing fine.
Broomhall cabled: "Quiet at the opening, with
values unchanged, followed by a decline in
prices of %d In the distant options, the near by
options holding steady. Pressure resulted from
the improvement in the Russian weather, cheap
er American offers and easier cables from
America yesterday. The undertone was easy.
Coin was quiet at the opening, with values un
changed. Towards the close, however, prices
lost %d, weakness resulting from the expecta
tions of large American shipments to Liverpool
and lack of support
At noon Cmnmmgs had the following from
managers at different offices: Winnebago,
Minn.Heavy rain and wind for nine hours has
laid all small grain flat. Baston, Minn.All
gialn flat on ground now, and another storm
coming up. Mankato, Minn.I have reports
now from six different directions, five to twenty
miles out in Nioollet and Blue Earth counties,
and all say that all grain and some corn is
Bat very heavy rain all night and heavy wind
cloudy and looks like more rain. Fairmont,
-JfcCinn.All oats, wheat and flax fiat on ground
Jfrom storm of last night.
The forecast North and South Dakota, Ne
braska and Kansas, fair and cooler Minnesota,
glair and cooler tonight preceded by showers east,
jifair Sunday Wisconsin, thunderstorms tonight
band probably Sunday Missouri, showers tonight
Hand Sunday except fair Sunday In northwest
gportlon, cooler Iowa, showers and cooler Illi
nois and Indiana, showers and thunderstorms to
ijlght and Sunday, fresh southwest winds.
Minneapolis received 145 cars against 106,
jaDulath 30 against 38, Chicago 550 against 881,
'wand Winnipeg 45 against 31. Minneapolis stocks
decreased 681,847 bu for the week, leaving
mO.OSl.385 in store.
Primary receipts were 1,242,000 bu against
aM)64,00(5. Clearances, 223,000. Kansas City re
ived 886,000 bu against 816,000 St. Louis,
again9t 169,000.
DAILY WHEAT MOVEMENT.
The following are the receipts and shipments
at the principal primary wheat markets:
Receipts, Shipments.
Bushes
New York 86,000
Philadelphia 26,521
Baltimore 55,097
Toledo 75,000
Detroit 1,823
St Louis 180,000
Boston 7,916
Chicago 445,998
Milwaukee 16,960
Duluth 27,994
Minneapolis 187,750
Kansas City 386,000
I' i i JI I I ""V Ni II
RANOE OF WHEAT PRICE IN MINNEAPOLIS
High,
Close.
Today.
$ .81%
.76%
.75% .77%
Low. **P,j
.81*'
75 .77
.80
Close.
.68% ^"i!
82%-
.76%
J-
CLOSING CASH FRIOES
On TrackNo. 1 hard. 78%c No. 1 northern. 77%o No. 1 northern to arrive, 77%o
No 2 northern, 76%o No. 2 northern to arrive, 76c| No. 8 wheat, 7475%c durum,
66%@68%o No, 8 white oats, 31%c No. 2 rye, 61Y%@62%c No. 1 flaar, 81.10% No. 3
yellow corn, 47%c barley, 35c to 45c. ______^__
g^SJ
.75
.74% .74 .75% .76 .74% .7? .74% .78% .74 .78 .78 .73 .74
.74
No. 4 wheat, 1 car
No. 4v wheat, 1 car
No. 4 wheat, part car
No 4 wheat, 1 car
No. 4 wheat, 1 car, elevator 7 8
No. 4 wheat, part car
No. 4 wheat, 6 cars
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars
Rejected wheat, part car...
Rejected wheat, 1 oar 75%
Rejected wheat, 2 part cars 75
No grade wheat, 1 car, heating .68
No S yellow corn, part car 47
Na 3 corn, 1 car 47%
No. 3 corn, 1 car 47%
No. 4 corn, part car .46%
No. 2 rye, 1 car 53
No. 8 rye, 1 oar 51
No grade rye, 1 car 49%
No. 8 white oats, part car 31%
No. 3 white oats, 1 car 8214
No. 8 white oats, 1 car 81%
No. 3 white oats, Sept, to arrive, 1,300 bu .31%
No. 8 white oats, May, S.000 bu 81
No. 4 white oats, part car .81%
No. 3 oats, 4 cars 20%^
No. 8 oats, 2 cars 30%
No. 3 oats, 1 car 80
No. 3 oats, part oar 20%
No. 3 oats, part car 29%
No grade oats, 1 car 29
No. 3 barley, 1 car .44
No. 4 barley, 2 cars 87
No. 4 barley, 1 car .41
No. 4 barley, 2 cars 37%
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car.*
No. 1 feed barley, part car
No. 1 feed barley, 2 cars
No. 1 feed barley, part car
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car
No grade barley, 1 car
No. 1 flaxseed, 10 oars
No. 1 flaxseed, 1 car, dockage...
No. 1 flaxseed, 1 car
No. 1 flaxseed, 1,000 bu, to arrive, Oct
No. 2 flaxseed, part car
No grade flaxseed, 1 car
No grade flaxseed, part car
Durum Wheat.
No. 1 durum whea't, car, to arrive...
No. 1 durum wheat, 2 part cars
No^2 durum wheat, 2 cars
No. 2 durum wheat, 2 part cars
No. 8 durum wheat, 1 car
No. 8 durum wheat, part oar
No. 4 durum wheat, part oar
No. 1 durum wheat, 68 sacks 68%
Winter wheat, 5,000 bu to arrive, sam
ple 76
Screenings, 1 cat, per ton...... 11.50
Screenings, 1 car, per ton, mustard
mixed 12 00
Screenings, 1 car, per ton 8.00
Speltz, car, cwt 70
Close. Close.
Yesterday.
$ .82%
.78%
.76% .77%
"^80
THE. DAY'S REPORTS
Wheat
Yesterday
Oats
Opening
Highest Lowest Close
Today Yesterday Year ago
,1.09
1-02
L0T%
.68% .65 .66
.65
PUTS AND CALLS.
1:30 m. repow:
PutsSeptember wheat, 75 %c.
CallsSeptember wheat, 76%c.
-urb -September wheat, 76%c.
STATE GRAIN INSPECTION, JULY 27.
Cars Inspected InWheatGreat NOrthernr
No. 1 northern, 5 No. 2 northern, 18 No. 3,
8, No. 4, 3, rejected, 1,
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. PaulNo. 1 north
ern, 2 No. 2 northern, 4 No. 3, 1 No. 4, 1
rejected, 1.
Minneapolis & St. LOUIBNO. 2 northern, 2.
Soo LineNo. 1 hard, 1 No. 1 northern, 10J
No. 2 northern, '18 No. 8, 6 rejected, 8.
Northern PacificNo. 1 northern, 2 No. 2
northern, 4.
Chicago, St. Paul/ Minneapolis & Omaha
No. 1 northern, 1 No. 2 northern, 2 No. 8, 1.
TotalsNo. 1 hard, 1 No. 1 northern, 20
No. 2 northern, 43 No. 8, 16 No. 4, 4 re
jected, 5.
Other GrainsCarsNo. 1 durum wheat, 1
No. 2 durum wheat, 5 No. 8 durum wheat, 5
No. 4 durum wheat, 8 No. 1 winter wheat, 2
No. 2 winter wheat. 2 No. 8 winter wheat. 1
rejected winter wheat. 1 mixed wheat, 1
No. 8 yellow corn. 1 No. 8 com. 2: No. I
corn. 4 No. 2 white oats. 2 No. S white oats,
11 No. 4 white oats, 11 No* 3 oats, 10 no
grade oats. 2 No. 2 rye, 4 No. 8 rye, 2 no
grade rye, 2 No. 1 feed barley. 5} No. 2 feed
barley. 5 No. 1 flax. 16 rejected flax, 1 no
grade flav, 1 No. 4 barley, 1.
Oars Inspected OutNo. 1 durum wheat, 2
No. 1 hard wheat, 8 No. 1 northern wheat, 170
No. 2 northern wheat, 14 No. 8 wheat, 4 No.
4 wheat, 3 rejected wheat, 11 no grade wheat,
1 No. 4 com, 2 No. 2 white oats. 2: No. 2
oats, 2 No. 8 oats. 1 No. 2 rye, 8 No. 1
flax. 12.
Bushels
80,822 ie.ooo
2,000
823
24,000 68,454
163,757
1,760
42,000
GRAIN IN REGULAR LOCAL ELEVATORS.
Week Ending
July 28. July 21.
No. 1 hard 1,041,243 1,047,777
No. 1 northern 6,666.211 7,138,874
All other grades 2,323,931 2,531,081
Totals 10,031,385 10,712,732
Decrease 681,347 661,066
Cdrn 6,758 7,860
Oats 669.018 818,368
Barley 313,203 311,454
Rye 114,084 119,043
Flax 779,598 950,570
YMAIN
i*C Year Ago.
-V
81,04
.89%' .87%
80%
-Sept. Wheat.- Dec Wheat.
Close. Close
Today. Yesterday.
8 .77% .77%
.78%% .79%
.77% .77%
.76% .77%
71%% .72
.85% .85%
Yesterday.
8 .76%
76%@% .77 .78%@74
69%
.82%
.77%
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS JULY 87.
lleceivedWheat, MScars, 187,750 bu corn,
7,560 bu: oats. 50,750 bu barley, 16,580 bu
rye, 4,560 bu flax, 20,470 bu flour, 150 brls
millstuffs. 127 tons hay, 80 tons. Car lots, 256.
ShippedWheat, 88 cars. 84.480 bu corn!
2,580 bu oats, 46,f60 bu barley, 17,640 bu
rye, 20,400 bu flax, 17,500 bu flour, 58,420
brls millstuffs, 1,250 tons linseed oil, 168.000
lbs oil cake, 503,265 lbs. Car lots, 484,
WHEAT RECEIPTS BY ROADS JULY 87.
ReceiptsCarsMilwaukee. 80 Omaha, 8 St.
Louis, 8, Great Northern, 79 Northern Pacific.
7 Great Western. 2 Burlington, 8 Soo, 6
Sock Island, 1.
OHIOAGO GRAIN
CASH HOUSES SELL AND WHEAT PROVES
WEAK.
Chicago, July 28.Cash houses were active
sellers of wheat here today and as a result the
market was weak. The principal bearish influ
ence was the more favorable news from Russia.
The September delivery opened a shade to
YxC lower at 786c to 76%c, and sold off to
75%c, rallying later to 76c. Minneapolis. Duluth
and Chicago reported receipts of 725 cars,
against 614 last week and 568 cars a year ago.
The close was weak, with September down
%@%c, at 76c.
Cash wheat, No, 2 red, 78%@76%c No. 8
red, 75%@76%c No. 2 hard, 74%@75%c No.
8 hard, 73%@75%c No. 1 northern, 77%
78%c No. 2 northern, 76%77%c No. 8 spring,
72@76c.
Close: Wheat, July, 74%c September, 76c.
Additional rain in the corn belt induced gen
exal selling of corn and resulted in a weak
mniket. September opened V4c to %c to %@%c
lower at 60%c to 51c, and sold off to 50%c.
Local receipts were 164 cars with 81 of contract
grade.
The market closed weak, September off
.%c, at 50%c.
Cash corn, No. 2, 81%@51%c No. 8, 50%@
5H4c.
Close: Corn, July, 50%c September, 50%c.
Oats were weak aloqg with other grain. Sep
tember opened %@%c lower at 82%c, sold at
32%c and then declined to- 82Vic. Local re
ceipts were 140 cars.
Cash oats, No. 2, 82%@33%c No, 82%c.
Close- Oats, July 83%c, September, 32%c.
The following was the range of prices:
July.
Close^
Yesterday
Corn
Highest
Close
83% 83% 33%
Soses
.86 .87 .35% .86% .86
.36%
1.10% 141
1.10
J.09%
S2%@% 32% 32%
lickly advanced to last night's figures. July
at $1.14 September, $1.12% October,
$111% November, $3.11%: December, $1.10%.
The close: Wheat, to arrive No, 1 north
ern, 78%c No. 2 northern, 76%c: on track.
No, 1 northern, 78%c, No. 2 northern, 76%c:
July, 78c September, 76%o December, 77%c
May, 81%c, new durum, No. 1, 67%c. No. 2,
64%c old durum, No. 1, 69c No. 2, 67c. Flax,
to arrive, $1.18 on track, $1.14: July, $1.14
September, $1.12% October, SI 11% November,
$111 December, $1.10%. Oftts, to arrive,
33c on track, 83c July, 88c. Cars inspected,
wheat, 30, last year 38 oats 28, rye 3, barley
14, flax. 134, last year 120. Receipts, wheat,
27,994 bu: corn, 5/630 bu oats, 70,061 bu bar
ley, 9128 bu rye, 376 bu flax, 95,666 bu.
Shipments, oats, 57,500 bu barley, 2,384 bu
flax, 72,890 bu.
N EW YORK FLOUR AND GRAIN, July 28.
Flour, receipts, 9,107 brls sales, 1,100 bils,
steady with light business Minnesota patents,
$4 [email protected] winter straights. [email protected] Min
nesota bakers, $3 [email protected] winter extras, $2.90
3.40, winter patents, [email protected] winter low
grades, [email protected]. Wheat, receipts, 36,000 bu
sajes, SOO.QOO bu. The decline this morning
was due to better weather reports from Rus
sia, large country acceptances, prospects of
larger world's shipments Monday, lower cables
and liquidation September, 82%@82%c Decem
ber, 83%@85%c. Rve dull No 2 western.
57%c nominal, fob New York. Corn, receipts,
42,900 bu dull and without transactions.
KANSAS CITY GRAIN, July 28Close:
"Wheat. July, 67%c September, 68%c Decem
ber, 71%@7l%c cash No. 2 hard, 70@70%c
No. 3. 68%@70%c No. 4, 68@71c No. 2 red,
71%@71%c No. 3, 70%Tgi71%c No. 4, 69%c.
Corn, September, 46%c December, 48@48%c
May, 43%@43%c cash No. 2 mixed, 50c No. 8,
49%@50c No. 2 white, 61c No. 3, 50%@51c.
Oats, No. 2 white, 85%@87c No. 2 mixed,
32(gj33%c.
ST. LOUIS GRAIN, July 28Close: Wheat,
lower No. 2 red, cash elevator, 73%c track,
73%@74%c September, 73%c December, 76%c
asked No. 2 hard, 72%@74J4c. Corn, lower
No. 2 cash, 60c, nominal track, 51@51%c
September, 49%c asked December, 46%@45%e
asked. Oats, lower No. 2 cash, 85c, nominal
track, 35%c new, 86c old September, 32%(3)
32%e asked No. 2 white, 87@37%c, new.
WINNIPEG GRAIN. July 28^-July opened
80c, closed 80%c October, 77%o, closed
76%e December closed 75c May closed 80c
oash close, No 1 northern, 80%c: No. 2 north
ern, 7774c, No. 3 northern. 75c No. 2 white
oats 32c No. "3 barley, 41c No. 1 flax, $1.04.
Receipts, wheat, 45 cars last year, 81.
CHICAGO SEEDS AND COARSE GRAIN,
July 28Rye, cash. 57@57%c September, 58c.
Barley, cash, 89@55c No. 3, September, 44
45%c feeding, September, 89c.
tember, [email protected].
C0ALERS7FEATDRfe
STOCK MARKET
THEY SHOW BIG GAINS XN TO
DAY'S DEALINGS.
Bank Statement Causes a Sudden De
cline, but Support Comes Out and the
Market Generally BailiesThe Clos
ing Proves to Be Active, but Irreg
ular.
New York, July 28.Prices In the stock mar*
ket today started generally higher, but some of
the most prominent market leaders showed the
effect of realizing. Changes were small and deal
ings on a moderate scale. Northern Pacific ad
vanced a point. The other transcontlnentuls,
Amalgamated Copper and National Lead were
slightly lower, the last-named declining
Prices fluctuated sluggishly and Irregularly.
The industrials were most prominent. United
States Steel was heavily dealt In up to 80%.
Smelting gained 2%, Amalgamated Copper XV*
and Central Leather, United States Express and
Railway Steel Spring about point. Lacka
wanna rose 10, Delaware & Hudson 2 and North
western 1. There were declines of a point in
Great Northern preferred and International Pa
per preferred.
The coalers became prominent, Reading rising
2%, Central Railroad of New Jersey 8%, Dela
ware & Hudson 0% and Lackawanna 20. Other
gains were: North-Western, 4% Federal Mln
ing, 2% International Paper, Canadian Pacific
and Baltimore & Ohio, 2 Lead, 1%, and Wabash
preferred and United States Pipe preferred, 1.
Prices sold off sharply on the disappointing
bank statement, but were supported and rallied
strongly at some points. The closing was active
and Irregular.
Close: Wheat, July, 88%c September, 82%a
December, 85%c May, 88c. Corn, July, 56%c
September, 57c December, 55%c.
Stock quotations reported for the Journal by
Watson & Co., Chamber of Commerce, Minne
apolis. Closing figures are bid.
Stocks
2,500
100
l.TOO 1,500
200
2,500
500
1,100
Scot.
76%@% 76% 75%
r** 79 79 78%
74% 75%
78%@% 70% 83%
47% 47% 47H.
51@50% 51 50%
50%
60%
51%
50%
51%@% 52%
47%
48%
45%
1,200
500
88%
88% 84%
29%
82%
32%@83
27%
DTJT.TJTH GRAIN, Jnly 28.Wheat opened
unchanged, ruling weak and neglected and clos
ing %c off high point on September, 7Tc, low,
76%c and closes at 76%c. July closes at 78c
and December, 77%o. Flax worked off from %c
to %c and held there until just before the
close, when buvers became active and prices
Timothy, Sep-
LIVERPOOL GRAIN, July28.Whea t, Bpot,
nominal futures, dull July. 6B 7%d September
6s 6%d December, 6s 7%d. Corn, spot, quiet
American mixed, old. 4s 9%d futures dull:
September, 4s 6%d December, 4s 7%d.
GOSSIP OF THE MARKETS
Total clearances: Wheat, 187,000 bu flour,
8,000 brls corn, 17,000 bu: oats, 2,000 bu.
Wheat and flour equal 223,000 bu.
Spiingfleld, 111., wired: "Threatening rain."
fcSawjer wired from Bridgewater, S. D.: "Pros
pects are for above an average crop. Samples
of new oats show a quality superior to last
year."
September corn was bought on breaks by cash
houses and shippers. May has been offered free
ly against September purchases and by Chicago
traders.
Prlngle selling wheat.
Kneeland had the following Argentine cable:
"The prospects are discouraging north and south.
Every prospect of locust damaging crop."
Rains in Kansas as follows: Baker, .80 Con
cordia. .06 Dodge City, .22 Fort Scott, .83
McPherson, .06 Osage City, .14 Russell. .07
Sedan, trace* Wichita. .04.
Nebraska, Neb., Telephone company's weather
report at 10 a.m.: Beatrice, Columbus. Crete,
Falrbury. Fremont, Grand Island, Hastings, Hoi
ddrige, Kearney, Lincoln, Norfolk, York, Sioux
City, clear.
Liverpool ssot wheat and corn unchanged.
LondonChancellor & White and Tracy, _,Fox
& Co.. brokers, have failed.
Indianapolis, dear and hot.
Terre Haute, clear and hot.
Broomhall estimates world's wheat shipments
at 7.200,000 bu. He predicts that there will be
small decrease in "the quantity of breadstuff on
passage.
Corn lower on-the rains, with selling general.
Oats lower -on general commission house
selling:.
Provisions easier, with very little doing. I
Budapest %c lower, Berlin %c lower.
Shearson Hammlll had a cable from Argen
tine saying locusts damaging the crop.
Forecnst: Showers thruout the lake region
and middle Mississippi valley, with somewhat
Close
High. I Low. Bid.
est. I est. [July28
Am. Cot. Oil..
do pr
Am. Car
do pr
Am. Locomot.
do pr
Am. Woolen..,
do pr
Am. Sugar
do pr
Am. Smelting,
do pr
Amal. Copper.
Anacon. Cop..
A., T. & 8. F.
do pr
Bait. & Ohio.
do pr
Brook. R. T..
Can. Pacific...
Ches. & Ohio.
Obi. Gr. West.
do pr A
do pr
C.,C.,C. & St.L
Col. Fuel & I.
Col. Southern..
do 1st pr..
do 2d pr
Consol. Gas
Del. & Hudson
D.,Lack. & W
Den. & Rio
do pr
Du.,S.S. & At
do pr
Erie
do 1st pr..
do 2d pr
Gen. Electric.
Gt. Nor. pr
111. Central
Iowa Central..
do pr
Inter. Paper..
do pr
K. C. ic South.
do pr
Louis. & Nash
Soo Railway..
Manhattan
Met. St. Ry.
Missouri Pao.
M., K. & T...
do pr
Mexican Cent.
Nat. Biscuit..
Nat. Lead,...
do pr
Nor. & W8t-T
do pr
Ndrth ,Am*Co
Northern Pac.
Northwestern N. Y. Central
Ontario & W.
Pressed Steel.
do pr
Pacific MaU..,
Penn. R. R..
People's Gas..
Reading
1st pr..
2d pr...
Repub. Steel.
do pr
Rock Island..
do pr
St. Paul
Southern Pac.
Southern Ry..
do pr
Tenn Coal & I
Texas & Pac.
Twin C. R. T.
Union Pacific.
do pr
U. S. Rubber.
V. S. Steel..
do pr
Wabash
do pr
Va. Chemical
Western Union
W. & L. E
do 1st pr..
I do 2d pr..
SOOfWls Central
100| do pr
Bid.
July27
81% 81%
38 87%
72% 72
87%
103% 136%
8,300
81,100 43,800
9,500 5,7*0
200
27,500
9,600 6,000 1,800
800 100 200 600
15,200
800
150 118
90%
250%
91%
120% 119
77%
165
58% 18%
94%
64% 85
94% 53
84%
221% 550
43%
7.700
800 200
800
1,800
100
76 76% 84%
216% 535
43
44" "42%
70% 70%
167 J4
296%
167%
295
it*
2,500 18% 68
148% 154
1,200
38% 28%
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS
100 200
8,200
800 800
600
2,800 2,700 1,800 1,200
700 200 200
11,100
69,800
1,000
300 800
200
7,800
26,800
8,200
100 100
700 400
85,000
600
46,500
7,500
100
2,100
200 800
1,000
142%
153
64% 3%
'86*' 78
,8 9% 89%
St
187
47%
49% 99% 96
180%
186%
47 49% 99
85%
180
180% 128%
29% 99%
24%"
181
72% 86%
28% 99 24%
180%
71% 86
88%
154%
83H
118^6 160%
94 48V* 89
106%
20 46% 85%
92%
18% 40 23% 24% 47
*88' 82%
151% 150%
89% 88%
106% 106$
46%
u%
47% 18%
Total sales, 442,500 shares.
MINING AND CURB STOCKS
Boston, July 28.The present market looks
like Increasing activity to come. There was
more buying of the local coppers today than for
several months. Copper Range and Osceola were
the favorites. For an investment or speculation
the purchase of good dividend-paying coppers ap
peals to manv. Public sentiment has changed
radically in the past w*e and the best Informed
men think there will be a lively market for
some time to come. There are indications of
another big buying movement in the copper
metal. Domestic and foreign consumers have
recently been more eager In the placing of or
ders. The next buying movement should come
In October, November find December copper, and
there is no expectation on the part of the lead
ing consumers of being able to supply their
needs under 18% for electrolytic.
Boston quotations at close, July 28: Ameri
can Development Company, 10@14 Adventure,
6(36% Allouez, 83%@34 American Zinc, 9
10 Arcadian, 2% bid Arnold, 95 asked Ash
bed, 1&1% Atlantic, 14%@14% Boston Con
solidated, 26%@26% Bingham, 30% (2 30% Bo
nanza, 4550 Black Mountain, 8%@9 Butte
Express, 8 asked Butte & London, 1%@2
Butte Coalition, 81(981% Cslumet & Hecla,
685 bid Centennial, 22@22% Copper Queen,
2 bid Consolidated Mercur, 5055 Calumet ft
Arizona, 109@110 Copper Range, 18%@13%
Cumberland-Ely, 7@7% Dominion Iron & Steel,
26% bid Daly West, 16%@17% Denn-Arisona,
19 asked East Butte, 9%@9% Elm River,
1%@1% Franklin, 17% 17% Granby, 11%
12% Guanajuato, 6@5% Green Consolidated,
22@22% Helvetia, 3%@4% Isle Royale, 19%
@20 Keweenaw, 9 asked Mass, 7@7%
Mayflower, 45@55 Mass Gas, 57@57%
Michigan, 12^4@12% Mohawk. 61%62, Mont.
C. & a 2%@2% Nevada Cons., 18%@18%,
North Butte, 88%a88% Old Colony, 60@75
Old Dominion, 39@39% Osceola, 105 bid Par
rot, 26%@26% Phoenix, 65@76 Superior &
Pittsburg, 16%@17 Pneumatic Service, 16
16% Pneumatic service preferred, 35
Qulncy, 85 bid Raven. 8890 Rhode Island,
8%@4 Santa Fe. 1%@1% Shannon, 9%@9%
Shoe Machinery, 79%@80 Shoe Machinery pre
ferred. 29%@30 Swift. 101%@104% Tamarack.
100Q11O Tecumseh, 9%@10% Trinity, 8%
8% United Copper. 62%g63 united Copper pre
ferred. 90@100 U. S. Mining, 66%@57 S.
Mining preferred, 45%Q46%: Utah, 67%@58
Union Land, 3 asked United Fruit, 109%@110
Utah-Nevada, 8%@8% Victoria, 8@6% Wash
ington, %@1 Winona, 7%@7% Wolverine, 145
asked Wyandot, %@1 Warren Dev. Co., 13
@14.
ARIZONA COPPERS.
Under the leadership of the New York market
this market is up today and closes strong, with
the exception of Globe, which seeks to be a lit
tle weak, selling at $6 at the close. There 1B no
cause for any special weakness in this stock.
The certificates will be out this coming week.
Superior & Pittsburg and Black Mountain are
in good demand and closed at higher prices.
Quotations at 1 p.m.:
Bid. Asked
Calumet & Arizona...r $109.50
$110.0 0
Superior & Pittsburg 16.00 16.30
American Dev. Co. 12.00 12.50
Warren Dev. Co.....*., 18.25..,'' 18.50
Denn-Arizona Dev. Co 18.75V 19.60
Black Mountain 9.00C
Globe Consolidated -5.50
Butte & London 1-50-
Butte Coalition 81.50
JKeweenaw ^9.00
Helvetia *3.50-
son preferred, 108% Baltimore 0hio,v122%
Canadian Pacific, 168% Chesapeake A Ohio,
50% Chicago Great Western, 18% Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul, 186 De Beers, 17%
Denver & Bio Grande, 44% Denver & Rio
Grande, preferred, 88 Erie, 44 Erie first pre
ferred, 81 Erie second preferred, 72% Illinois
Central, 181% Louisville & Nashville, 147%
Missouri, Kansas & Texas, 34% New York
Central, 140% Norfolk & Western, 82 Nor
folk & Western preferred, 94 Ontario West
ern, 48% Pennsylvania, 67 Rand Mines, 6%
Reading, 66 Reading first preferred, 46 Read
ing second preferred, 46 Southern Railway,
87% Southern Railway preferred, 102 South
ern Pacific, 74% Union Pacific, 155% Union
Pacific preferred, 07% United States Steel,
40%, United States Steel preferred, 109% Wa
bash, 20% Wabash preferred, 48%.
Bar silver, steady, 80%d per ounce.
Money, 2@2% per oent.
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bills is 8 per cent. The rate of discount
in the open market for three months' bills is
8%@8% per cent.
ACTIVE BONDS AND CURB STOCKS.
New York quotations to close:
Japanese lsts, 100%.
Japanese 2ds, 99.
Japanese 4%s, 04%, 94%.
Japanese second 4%s, 90%.
U. S. Steel 5s, 98%, 98%, 98%, 98%.
J. P. Ct. 4s, 82%, 88.
0., B. & Q. 4s, 97%@9S.
O. S. L. 4s. 94%@95.
Union Pacific 4s, 102%gl08%
Rock Island 5s, 01%.
United Copper 62%@68.
Boston Copper, 25%@26%.
North Butte, 87%@88%.
Rock Island 4s, 77%.
Northern Pacific 4s, 103%@104.
Black Mountain, 8% bid.
A. T. 4s, 78@79.
B. R. T. 4s, 94%@96.
Atchison 4s, 103@104.
A. T. 6s, 112%@118.
Reading 4s, 100.
Greene Copper, 20%@21.
Tin Can common, 7%@7%
Tin Can preferred, 55@56%.
Granby, 11%@12.
Utah Copper, 26@27%.
Baltimore & Ohio 3%s, 94@94%.
Baltimore & Ohio 4s, 102%.
,9.60
1.76
32 00
9.5 0
4.00
LONDON CLOSING STOCKS, July 28.Con-
sols for money, 8713-16 consols for account, -mo ro goou ^OUIBIW un.cn,
Atchison, 94)4} AtcW- mules, according to else, |140@225i
MONEY REPORTS
BERLIN, July 28.Exchange on London. 20
marks 47% pfgg tor checks discount rates,
short bills, 5 per cent three months' bills, 3%
per cent.
PARIS, July 28.Three per cent rentes. 96f
92%c for the account. Exchange on London,
25f 14%c for checks.
NEW YORK, July 28.Money on call nominal:
no loans time loans, easier sixty days, 8%@4
per cent ninety days, 4@4% per cent six
months' bills, 5% per cent.
ClosePrime meicantlle paper 5%|g)5 pe
cent, sterlin exchange steady a 8490
for demanedgandslk?t4-$4.82@4,820t5.$4.8485% a for sixty-day
iP\
8 2V
LJW
Bt
4 and $4.85%: commerr-
cial bills, 4.81%4.81% bar silver, 65% Mex
ican dollars,, 50%c: government bonds steady:
railroad bonds steady.
ST. PAUL, July 28.Bank clearings, $1,283,-
004.08.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 28.Bank clearings to
day, 12,528,423.87 New York exchange, telling
rate. 30c premium buying rate, par Chicago
exchange, selling rate, 30c premium buying
rate, par: Lot don 60-day sight documentary ex
change, $4 81%. Local money firm at 5%@0
per cent for selected paper.
N EW YORK BANKS.
New York. July 28.The statement of the
clearing house banks for this week shows that
the banks hold $18,892,475 over the legal re
serve requirements. This is a decrease of $498,-
525 as compared with last week. The statement
follows: Loans, $1,058,415,100, Increase $12,746,-
400 deposits $1,060,116,900, Increase $15,877,700
circulation $47,044,800. deciease $859,100, legal
tenders, $89,470,800. increase $1,961,800, specie,
$194,450,900, increase $1,884,600 reserve, $288,-
021,700, increase $3,345,900 reserve reauired,
$265,029,225, increase $3,844,425 surplus, $18,-
892,475, decrease $498,525 ex. U. S. deposits,
$21,062,350, decrease $1,802,225.
MISCELLANEOUS
NEW YORK COTTON, July 28.The cotton
maiket opened steady at a decline of 1@4
points, with near months relatively easy undtr
liquidation, and shortly after the call August
sold off to 9.82c, or even with the low point of
yesterday and about 9 points lower. The mar
ket steadied up in the later session as a result
of covering, with prloes in the middle of the
morning about 1@3 points net higher.
Cotton futures opened steady August, 9.87c
September, io.05c October, 10.18c November,.
1019c bid December, 10.27c January, 10.32c
March. 10.44c.
Cotton futures closed steady August. 9.90c
September, 10.04c October. 10.20c November,
10.21c December, 10.29c January, 10.83c
February, IO.880 March. 10.46c. Sfcot. quiet
middling uplands, 10.90c middling gulf, 11.15c
sales, 1,070 bales.
OUT IN PETROLEXnC.
Pittsburg, July 28.The standard Oil com
pany today reduced the higher grades of crude
petroleum 80 and the other grades 2c as follows*
Pennsylvania, 161: 4Tiona, 171 second Sand,
161 Cabell, 121 Corning, 118 Newcastle. 138
North Lima,' 96, South Lima, 91 Indiana, 91
Somerset, 89 Ragland, 60. Kansas is quoted at
50 for 82-grade.
NEW YORK OIL, July 28.Petroleum steady
refined, all ports, [email protected].
NEW YORK METAL, July 28.Copper and
lead quiet and unchanged.
PROVISIONS
CHICAGO PROVISIONS, July 28.Provisions
were quiet and easy. September pork was off
2%o, at S17. Lard was down 2%c, at $8.87%.
Ribs were a shade lower, at $9 15.
Close* Pork, September, $17.02%., Lard,
July, $8.77% September, $8.82%. Ribs, July,
$9.07%@9.10 September, $9.16.
NETW YORK SUGAR AND COFFEE, July 28.
Sugar, raw. steady, fair refining, 8%c centrlf
ugal, 96 test, 8%@8 18-16c molasses sugar, 3c
fined, firm crushed. 6
ranulated, 4.80c. Coffee,
refined firm crushed 5.50c powdered, 4 90c
granulated 4.80c Coffee firm No. 7 Rio, 8%c.
Molasses, steady New Orleans, 30@88c.
CHICAGO PRODUCE, July 28.Cheese, firm
daisies, ll% twins, ll(gll%c Young
Americas, 12c. Poultry, live, steady turkeys,
12c chickens, llcj_ springs, 14@15c. Potatoes,
weak, 40@46c. veal, steady 50 to 60 lbs,
6(g)6%c 60 to 85 lbs, 7@8%c 80 to 110 lbs, 9c.
Butter, firm creameries. 15@20c dairies, 15
@17%c. Eggs, steady at mark, cases included,
12ai6c
NEW YORK PROVISIONS, July 28.Beef,
steady family, [email protected] mess, $8@8 60
packet. $9@9 50. Pork, firm mess. $19.50
20 family, $19.50 short clear, $17@19. Lard,,
steady prime western. $9.
NEW YORK PRODUCE. July 28 Eggs, 18@
18%c receipts, 10.062 market steady Butter,
creamery, 21c imitation, 18@18%o ladles, 16%
@17c extra renovated, 18% 6}19c renovated,
17%(2!18 receipts, 6,809 market steady.
KANSAS OITY LIVESTOCK, July 28.Cattle
Receipts, 300. including 200 southerns market
steady native steers, $4@6 20 southern steers,
$2 [email protected] Boutttern cows, [email protected]: native cows
apd heifers. [email protected] stockers and feeders, $2 40
@4.60 bulls, $2.25@4 calves, [email protected] west
ern fed steers, [email protected] western fed cows,
$2 [email protected]. HogsReceipts^ 4,000 market shade
lower bulk
g) 55 packers,
[email protected].. 1
good to steady muttons, [email protected] lambs,
$5 [email protected] range wethers', [email protected] fed
ev.es, $4@5.
f.80d
HogsReceipts ,uw marne snaa
of sales, $6 50(5)6.57% heavy, $6.50
ickers $6 [email protected]% pigs and lights,
SheepReceipts. 1,00Q. market
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK, July 28.CattleRe-
ceipts, 800 market steady: beeves, [email protected]
cows and heifers, $1.25(^5.40: stockers and feed
ers. [email protected] calves, $5@7. Hog*Receipts,
12,000 market weak to shade lower: estimated
Monday, 44,000: mixed and butchers, $6.4006.80
oo heavy, [email protected] rough heavy, $8.10(3
light, [email protected] pigs. $5 70@8 70 bulk
of sales, $6.5006.75. SheepReceipts, 2.500
market steady sheep, $2.90(3)5.40 yearlings,
[email protected] lambs, [email protected].
OMAHA LIVESTOCK, July 28-Cattle, re
ceipts 100 market unchanged native steers,
S4 23@6 25 cows and heifers, $3@4 25 western
steers. [email protected] Texas steers, [email protected]
cows and heifers, $2@4 stockers and feeders,
$2.75@4 25 calves, [email protected] bulls and stags,
$2 [email protected]. Hogs, receipts, 8,000 market
steady to stronger bulk of sales, [email protected]%.
Sheep, receipts, 1,200 market steady lambs,
$6 [email protected] sheep, [email protected].
ST, LOUIS LIVESTOCK, July 28.Cattle
-Receipts, 100, including 26 Texans market
steady beef steers, $3.60@6 20 stockers and
feeders, $24 cows and heifers, $2.26(35.60
Texas steers, $S@5 cows and heifers, $2 36@
4.25. HogsReceipts, 2,000 market 6c higher
pigs and lights, [email protected] packers, $6 40@
6.80 butchers and best heavy, $6.65(36.80.
SheepReceipts, 1,000 market steady natives,
[email protected] lambs, [email protected].
SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK, July 28.Receipts
Cattle, 100 hogs, 4,000. Hogs^Steady to 6c
lower. Sales: 67. 290 lbs, $6.20 70, 258 lbs,
$6 85 70, 280 lbs. $6.50. CattleSteady. Sales:
Beeves10, 1,180 lbs, $4.75 8, 1.240 lbs, $5.10
13, 1,480 lbs, $5.85. Cows and Heifers8. 870
lbs, $2.50 4, 780 lbs, $3.40 8. 980 lbs, $4.40.
Stockers and Feeders8, 760 lbs, $3.25 8. 870
lbs, $3 75 10. 860 lbs. $3.85. Calves and
Yearlings6, 430 lbs, $2.75 8, 580 lbs, $3,40
7, 610 lbs, $3.75.
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET, Minnesota Trans
fer. July 28Barrett & Zimmerman's report:
More horses' have changed hands this week than
last, prices are holding about the same. Last
week's recetots were larger and the decrease
of this week will probably continue as receipts
are certain to be light until after harvest.
Farmers are not disposed to sell while they are
so busy. The demand for delivery horses has
picked up of late. Drafters of .all kinds are
being taken at very strong prices'. Drafters,
extra, $2106235 drafters, choice. $185@210
drafters, common to good. $160185, iarm
mares, extra, $120(2)145 farm mares, choice.
$10561)120 farm nares common to good, $80
105 delivery, choice, $165@180 delivery, com
mon to good. $130@16S drivers, $190@260
'A*
FIRST WESTERNS IN
AT SOUTH ST. PAUL
ABOUT 8,000 HEAD BEACHED THE
YAEDS EAELY TODAY.
Grain-fed Cattle Bring Firm Figures
Hog Prices Steady Because of Light
Receipts and Quality Bather Common
Western Mutton Now Coming
Sheep and Lambs Steady at the
Week's Decline.
South St. Paul, July 28.Estimated receipts
at the Union stockyard, today: Cattle, 8,000,
calves, 100 hogs, 1,600 sheep, 4,000 cars, 156.
The following table shows the -eceivts from
Jan. 1. 1906, to date, as compared with the
same yeriod In 1905:
JL,
ear Cattle Calves. Hogs. Sheep. Cars.
1906..... U6.869 88,219 535,255157,150 12,644
1905 181,428 30,432 542,089 233,381 13,051
Increase 2,787
Decrease. 14,609 6,784 76.181 407
Ihe following table shows the receipts thus
far in Jnly. a* compared with the same period
in 1905:
..JL
6at Cattle. Calves. Hogs. 8heep. Cars.
1906 11,466 4,156 55,724 27,808 1,464
1905 15,018 4,221 46,482 20,690 1,425
Increase 9,292 7,113 39
Decrease. 1.552 65
Ollicial receipts for the past week are aa fol
lows.
Date Cattle.Calves.
July 20 282 118
July 21 vo 52
July 23 1.191 99
Julv 24 910 667
July 25 519 217
JuU 28 508 103
July 27 468 77
Railroads entering the yards reported receipts
for the day by loads as follows: Chicago
Great Western. 6 Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul. 11 Chicago. St Paul, Minneapolis &
Omaha. 11 Great Northern. 47 Sop Line, 1
Northern Pacific. 90 total, 156.
Disposition of stock Friday. July 27
Hogs. Sheep.
2,099 1,792
793
2,841 2,778 1,623
2,039
Firm Cattle.
Swift AC 283
W. G. Branson
R. J. King
Slimmer A Thomas 196
Evans & Lauderdale. 7
J. B. Fitzgerald 5
Louis Becker 41
S. J. Melady ft Co.... 82
H. H. Brackett 2
Other buyers 81
Country buyers 93
Totals 701
BOGS
Date-
t4,Hogs75,,25$6.40
Oars.
68
81 68
89 53 40 64
5,816
78
1,190
2,445
960 270 180
Hogs.
2,038
July 20 235
July 21 284
July 28 235
July 24 252
July 25 242
July 26 245
July 27 242
Hog prices steady
Sneep.
21 62 16
6.50 60, 5 lbs, $6.40 53, 225 lbs, $6.40
268 lbs 67, 224 lbs, $6.40: 56, 288
lbs, $6.40 75, 216 lbs, $6.40 67, 243 lbs, $6.85
60, 282 lbs, $6.85 41, 289 lbs, $6.80 29, 270
lbs, $6.30 31, 280 lbs, $6.2a
Pigs, Roughs and Underweights4, 285 lbs,
$6: 8. 480 lbs. $6.45 2, 425 lbs, $5.75 8,
410 lbs, $5.50 2, 250 lbs, $5.50 1, 40$ lbs,
$5.50.
Stags and Boars1, 550 lbs. $5.25 1, 480
lbs. $5.
0ATTLE-First of the western ran of cattle
reached the yards today, about 3,000 head being
scheduled, most of these billed thru. Prices for
flulls
ood grain-fed cattle steady. Veal calves dull,
steady with week's decline. Milch cows
steady.
Butcher Steers4, 1,120 lbs, $4.60 t, 1,888
lbs, $4.35 1. 1,060 lbs, $4 2, 1,150 lbs. $4.
Butcher Cows and Heifers19, 1,106 lbs,
$8.50 2, 1,000 lbs. $3.50 2, 1,120 lbs, $3.25
4. 990 lbs, $3 3. 1,190 lbs. $3 1, 1,160 lbs,
$2.60 2, 1,150 lbs, $2.55 1, 1.100 lbs, $2.40.
Cutters and Canners1, 1,110 lbs, $1.75 3,
916 lbs, $1.50 1, 740 lbs, $1.26.
Butcher Bulls1, 1,620 lbs, $2.60 1, 1,580
lbs. $2.50.
Veal Calves10. 225 lbs? $4.26 8, 208 lbs,
$3.50 1, 200 lbs. $2.86.
Stock and Feeding Steers8, 770 lb*. $3 IS,
970 lbs, S3 1, 780 IDS. $2.00.
Stock Cows and Heifers1. TOO lbs. $2.40: 7.
627 lbs, $2 80 2, 478 lbs, $2.10 2, 740 lbs.
$2 2, 405 lbs, $9.
Stock and Feeding BuBs8. 966 lbs, $2.26 1.
900 lbs. $2.25 2. 1.065 lbs, $2.25 1. 620 lbs. $2.
Milch Cows and Springers4 cows. 4 calves,
$110 4 cows. 4 calves, $100.
SHEEPSheep and lamb prices steady with
the week's decline. Liberal run scheduled, con
sisted of western stuff on the market.
Killing Sheep and Lambs6 lambs, 61 lbs.
$6 75 12, 75 lbs, $6.75 18, 57 lbs, $4.50 7
ewes. 142 lbs, $4.50 2, 144 lbs. $4.80 3. 176
lbs. $4 9 thin ewes, 101 lbs, $3 2. 85 lbs. $8
Stackers and Feeders14 eweB, 102 lbs, $3.45.
Among the shippers on market were:
M. O. Heyston. Evan, Minn. Morgan Livestock
Co., Morgan T. Peterson. Hobden Chamber
lain Amboy Thomas Elliston, Grog&n: M.
Chrlstopherson, Hartland Emmons Bros., F. H.
RUBS, T. Bank. P. Ziner, Myron Bros., Ft. M.
Bradenmeyer, Taylor, N. D.
Bartlett sold wheat at the opening.
Winnipeg weather clear and warm, 70 above.
Liverpool wheat closed unchanged to %d low
er, corn %d lower.
ACCOMMODATING.
Harper's Magazine.
"Speaking of accommodating hotel
clerks,'' remarked a traveler,'' the best
I ever saw was in a certain Maine town
I reached the hotel late in the evening.
Just before I retired I heard a
scampering under the bed and saw a
couple of large rats just escaping. I
complained at the office. The clerk
was as serene as a summer breeze.
I'll fix that all right, sir,' he
said. 'Front! Take a cat up to
room 23 at once.'
THE BETTER SORT.
Witzblatt.
"Here's a cigar which I reserved
specially for you."
"Well, do you know, I would rather
have one you had specially reserved
for yourself."
HALLET & O
Grain Commission
11 2 Cfcamba of Csanerw, liueapolis
MARFIELD-
GRIFFITHS CO.
ORAM COMMISSION
MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO
DULUTH MILWAUKEE
CUMMINGS
C0IKIS8I0I
COBP&R
Successors to A. J. OTTMMIMGS, Bstab. 1806.
Membeis Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Du
luth Board of Trade and Winnipeg Grain Ex.
GRAIK. PROVISIONS, STOCKS, BONDS
Main OfficeDispatch Bulldlnc, St. Paul.
Minneapolis Officeill Chamber of Commerce
Building, Ground Floor.
Before Buying or 8elllnfj any Min
ing, Unlisted or Miscellaneous Stocks
Request Offerings of
R. B. BlBBEE.
0
Gamble-Robinson
Commission Co.
Associate Houses at St, Paul, Mankato. Rocheste r. Minn., and Aberdeen. S.
CHAS, E. LEWIS & CO.
Grain Commission
6 Stock Brokers
412-41S Chamber of Commerce
MINNEAPOLIS.
New York and Chicago Correspondent*
Bartlett, Frazler A Carrlngton,
Prlngle, Fitch A Rankin*
Chas. Q. Gates A C
Members of All Principal Tfofhwriffttt
WATSON & CO.,
BROKERS I N
GRMN, PROVISIONS,
STOCKS jiND BONDS
MEMBERS N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.
New York Office24 Broad St.
Chicago Correspondents-^. H. Wrana
4k Co.
Private wire, Chicago and New York.
Telephones.
N. W. Main 449S. N W. Main 44M.
Twin City 184.
420-421 Chamber of Commerce.
Branch Office1S1 Guaranty Loan BM0,
George P. Piper
WalterD. DoogU*
PIPER-
JOHNSON
yCO.
Ellswortn C. Warner
Desman F. Johnson
Brokers la
Stocks and Bonds
Grain and Provisions
499, 810, 411
62
2,040 180
Av.Wt Av. Cost. Price Range.
$6.88
6.89 6.42 6.89 6.41 6.30 6.32
Receipts light.
only fair. Premium load at $6.60. Compared
with a week ago prices are 5c lower. Prices
range $6.80 to $6.40. Quotations: Light, com
mon, $6.15 to $6.25 fab, $6.30 to $6.35 good
to choice, $6.40 to $6.50 mixed, common,
$615 to $6.25 fair, $6.30 to $6.85 good to
choice, $6.40 to $6.50 heavy, common. $6.15
to $6.25 fair, $6.80 to $6.85 good to choice,
$6.40 to $6.50 rough sows, $6.50 to $5.75
rough stags, $4.75 to $5.25.
208 lbs, $0.50 69. 224 lbs.
Phones V.W.X.,
S481-342I T. a Chamber of Commerce
Security Bank
of Minnesota
Established 1878-
Capital and Surplus
$1,700,000
WhalIon,Case&Co.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange.
Chicago Board of Trade.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce*.
Private wire to Now York and Chicago.
18 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NEW YORK LIFE ARCADE.
601 Board of Trade
DULUTH.
SOXOnam. o?
Com. Kpls.
Wm. Dalrymple,
Win. DalrvmpleCo.
GrainCommission
Receiving a specialty. Advances mad*
to shippers. Orders for future dertivexy
executed in all markets.
SMTTlffiMlDUS AJ&6ET DESTPttCES
iNOIHrWESTERN HIDE & FURCO.
fe00-g0a-8O4-lrsrN AMNNeAPOt-tS-AUNN
M.C.WRIGHT
Member Mpls. Chamber of Com.
GRAIN COMMISSION
PROVISIONS, STOCKS, BONDS.
Main Office,
110 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
Ground Floor.
THE VAN DUSEN.
HARRINGTON CO.
BBAIM COMMISSIOH
Offices In Principal Markets
Live Stock Commission, So. St.Paul
H. H. KenkeL Pre*. W. M. Hopkins See. &
KENKEL-flOPKIN.S CO..Tree*
GRAIN
COMMISSION "oo.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce.
Duluth Board of Trade.
a.mf"S
|f
MiMeipolis, Mist
AMER CAN GRAIN CO.
MINNEAPOLIS.
WALTER 8. MCLAUGHLIN, President.
ALLAH B. ELLIS, Secretary.
Why Not dive Us Your Patronage?
Write as. Correspondents,
McLAUOHLIN & ELLIS
W1HH1PEG.
MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH.
Greg-try, Jeaoison & Co.
Grain Commission.
RECEIVERS AND SHIPPERS.
Dsdnth Ctalcas*
E. A. BRO WN & CO.
Qrain Commission
consignments SoHdted. Prompt Returns
Guaranteed.
Minneapolis
HIDEoaMinnesot- 1
i[
FURS, PELTS, WOOL
-lyiciyilLUNFUR&WOdLCO
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS
ftel flrJ an
4
I 1
I St'
r*
Jobbers Fruit*. Vogetm--*
bios, Prmdmoo
Or/esfFrsWiteanrf Cannm* Qood*.
Liberal advances made oa
large consignments. Or.
ders sued promptly far
.everything la oar lias.
Brain
&
Commission.
Mixux&apolia.
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