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Tirr, omaha dailt bet:; tuksday, august r, 1002.
COMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Graini kn Tws"d Up in the Erlj tfarkit,
bat Tnrabl tharplj.
DEALINGS SAVCI OF PROFESSIOALITY
0ed Slinsk Displayed at Opnlif
Wki la taloade
. Top Figaro 1 Prlees
. v
Break Badly.
CHICAGO, An. 4 Manipulation ana
fears of iseptejnbcr shorts In all grains In.
fluenced an early flrmiiMi In grains today-out
of all proportion to the natural
trend that follow aurh a proline season.
Support, however, thrt was necessary to
the srhemta of tha bulla waa withdrawn
and prices tumbled shsrply. A a result
Septemtier wheat dosed nU'V down, Sep
temlsnr corn yc lower ana September oat
k'4te lower. ITovislons closed lotjloc
lower.
iTtne weather and excellent crop pros
pects were aim net entirely Ignored at tha
opening of the wheat pit in tne anxiety of
snorts to cover. Oossip had another deal
afoot, thla time In September wheat. it
waa aubmltted there were heavy long
llnea out and naturally that meant a big
nort Interest. Statistic generally were a
little bullish, although local recelpta were
very liberal. After a trifling dip early
there waa very good buying by a promi
nent prolesslonal house. September opened
Vo to a shade down at 7o-Vu Jo'Ac to VOSc
and quickly advanced to 71o. Much of the
covering waa for foreign houses. Influenced
by the amall world a ahipmenta and the
decrease In breadstuff on passage. At top
flnr there waa heavy unloading, sup
posed to be for the Interesia thai were
Supporting early, and as a remit Heptem
ber slumped to M4fi Se and closed weak
and V e lower st '!ic. The cash de
mand was reported inmi, the local sltua
tlon was aomewhat Improved and grading
waa very low. lxical receipts were tt'j
rars, 8 of contract grade; Minneapolis and
Luluth reported 210 cars, making a total for
tne three points of 673 cars, against 647 last
week and t34 a year ago. Primary receipts
were l.awl.Omi bushels, against 1.4H4.0W bush
els a year ago. Seaboard den ranees in
wheat and Hour equaled 8T6,' bushels.
World's shipments were llfi,K bushels,
gainst 8,397.oiio bushels. On passage bread
stuffs decreased a.aM,(i"0 bushels. I he vis
ible supply Increased 3Hi,000 bushels.
There was good early elreiiuih In corn.
Induced by very small receipts, but It did
not hold. Ai In wheat, there wax talk of
monlpu'.atlon of September options and all
the market needed to slump sharply waa
heavy melting by the bulls supposed to De
Under the deal. The local early, although
light, was good enough to push prices up
Jr. At the ton prices the bulla let go about
1,000,000 bu. f'rom that time there waa no
support, offering depressed tha price and
the clone whs near the bottom. September
opened Vffitic to V9c up at Wie to dJo,
old to fcS'VdWc, dipped to b'ifu'-Ae and
closed weak He down at 7Vt'r,7Hcl He
ceipts were only 46 cars. 1
Oats felt the bullish Influence of the cvirn
advance and light receipts and early mafie
food advances. Trade waa light, but cover
ng waa fair. When corn broke oats fol
lowed and the slump that resulted was aug
mented by favorable weather and good
crop advices. September Bold from 33c to
oc, dipped to 32c and closed weak
4c down at the last figure. Kecelpts were
'123 cars.
Provisions were quiet and of a watting
nature. Hogs were fairly steady and
checked a break that followed renewed out
aide liquidation of a light character. Sep
tember pork closed 12c lower at $16.724,
September lard 10c down at 810.82H and Sep
tember rlha lie down at 110.40.
Estimated receipts tomorrow: Wheat, B20
cars; corn, 60 cars; oats, 3o6 cars: hoae,
iiin) head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcle. Open. High. Low. Close. Sat y.
Wheat
Sept,
May
Dec.
May
Sept.
b Sept.
rec.
May
Fork
.Sept.
Oct. -
Jan. .
Lard
Sept.
Oct-
Jan.
Ribs
Sept.
Oct
Jan.
117,
I.
57B,,67?4CT4
43VVHI
43V43 iiht,,
4.V4
40
4114
28
2Si
S2'i
8uS
. 81Vi
1 62H1
16 77,1
15 76 i
w sW
10
8 77V
10 87'
10 16
8 12W
3 fl-aji,
ao4
, 81 W
81
81H31H
Hi
16 80
16 86
15 s
I
16 80
18 77'
14 80
16 7IH
IB 86
16 95
1 87V4
IS lij
W 82
io n
10 82H
10 KVk
I0 4;v,
8 85
10 85 .
10 32
20
JO
10 40
I 2V
10 i-
t KM
10 40
10 10
S 15
10 60 10 60
10 15 10 20
17HI 8 171
Old. b New. No. .
Cash quotations were as follows!
FLOUR Easy: winter patents, 2J.6tvjf
1.70; straights, 83.lfVn3.5o: clears, 82. SOW'S. 3";
prlng specials. 4.'r)4.30; patents. 83.5o(!
1.76; strslghts, 83.0i(i3.20.
WHEAT Na t spring. 71o; No. J. 72V4(S
T3c; No. J red, 7li'V.Hc.
CORN No. 8 yellow, 62c.
OATS-No. 2, 8ottl4c: No. J white, El a
tSc; No. 3 white, 4t-y c.
SEED No. 1 flax, 81.49; No. 1 northwest,
rn. 81.55: prime timothy, 85.35; clover, con
tract (trade, 8K.3f4i 8.45.
PHOVlSiONS Jriess pork, per bbl., 81666
fi.70. Lard, per 100 lbs., 110.7(10.72.
Snort ribs sides (loose), 810.3Aii 10 .40. Dry
alted shoulders (boxed), $9 2f-y iSi'H- Short
clear sI'Ips (boxed), tn.2i,m ll.3."V-
WH1SICX On tha basis of high wtnes,
). following gre the receipts and shlp
inenis: . Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bhls ; I8.0o0 IS.orfl
Wheat, bu S41.0!IO ie,oto
Corn, bu U'7.Ci0 3S7,OoO
Oats, bu 245.00 S,0u0
Bye bu f.OnO
liarley, bu 6,ooo ,
On the Produce exchange texjay the but
ter market wes steady; creameries, luii
J'i'c; dairies, lj is'c. Cheese, steady, lt,
ijo. isa. wcKk, fieU, 10c, ,t
BW YORK UE.NKHAL MARKET.
(KAtatlona of tke Day Varloas
Cenaaodltlea.
KEW YORK, Aug. 4 FLOURRecelpte,
J4.2h; bbls. ; exports, 27,fe bbis. ; market
dull: winter psienla, 3.76,gi.oij; wiiutr
tralrhts. 83.5ii;.76; Minnesota patents,
8i..i0; winUr niia, H.1a3.3S; winter
low grsdes, ; i,l lo Minnota bakers,
lfiu.i. Hyw flour, unit, situ. hu'k. ;
fair to gr"xi. $3.;:4i3.4o; choice to fncy,
5.(vw3.7t.
COMNMEAL Dull: ye'.iow western, 8182;
city, J1.3; brandy wine, I'S.&u'S.tt).
Hlr feteauy; No. 8 Wenlrnl. Gc, f. o
b., ilot; state, 64c, c. L f.. New York
carlcis.
BAhLET-Julet; feeding. Sic. c. L t .
H U ft H I O.
WHEAT Receipts, 119.275 bu.; eTporU.
Ifl.M bu. Spot, steady; No. 8 red, Vtk- ele
vator; No. 2 red. ?V;j r,c, t. o. b. at! oat;
lo. I northern, Luluiii, fcic, f. o. b. aiiuki;
lvo. 1 hard, Manitoba, ivoc, f. o. b. ailuat.
Oper.lng a shuua easier, wheat at once ral
lied and until noon was sustained by firm
pari cable, covering and a disappointing
increase In the vimole supply, letter It
brul,s aaalu, ruling weak turuu:h the laat
hour uuaer Uuliaiion. iiueiai rwelula, iii.e
weather and poor erimrt demsnt. '1 he
cl-ee waa HVHc net lower; May, Te've
o s-loc; closed at 7,c; tplember, 74 i-lo
j! &c; closed at 7V- Lecember, 7t l-n,,u
closed at T4',,o.
CORN-Keceipts. ia.lio bu.: txports, 1 8C2
Ju. t)ot. ts) ; No. 3, hoc elevator ai:d iuc
I. o. It. afloat. Option luarket shot up So
after the opening on smull Chicago re
ceipts, but met heavy awiii:g orders tnut
eventually broHe prices sharply snd clo.d
the market weak at Va so nn decline;
J..ay...v,;.4'iP- closed at 4 c; September.
t .,:c-, tloed at iTc; Ltecemuer closed
a -i-o.
OA i ,-Ite elpt. .000 bu; exports 7 -15
t-u. t-i'ot umrkt liTeKular; No. 2. 64c; N
t 6Je. No. 1 1 bite, ;uc; No. a
tr.c. UiUrd western. c; track, white
'"" and Mt state, S..,,uo. ()p:,
jrmrs-t was nrm at fir-t wlin com. then
Wrk.-iiro' under llouluailon.
Chowll'ul05,h,i,t'""- "';Uc' d
li'jt S-t,.,,irt; state, prime to choice, MS01
crop. in.,c: laoo. loc; olds. 6-e; stale
," -'-lce. I.l crop. 2..f.w-; 1,1
t . olds, tfiiiuc; l',-,fio coast cro
-c: crop, liglw; i,1,:h. 7-i;1oc,
II THE it t-teadv; sold, 2, ,..c
lui't Miraoy; Oalvrstun. M lo 86 lbs
r-i 1 otorniu. 31 to 24 llw., i9c; Texas dry"
it ' . iO . 14C. '
V "1 iuie: domestic fleece, if730c
1 I -lA ) Liuil; city ,Ji p.r PVm ) Slc-t-...'tv
tW. lire). f.,-(n, 'c '
. - u m; uomejiio, fair to extra. 4H3
i , ' Jat-allrnc. .!,.:.
yU i. a-Mt .ay ; New Orleans,
1 f'VISlONrt-I-.eef. Quiet; famMy, 15 0)
t ; Mieaa, I . li So; beef hams. U v-t
", I'T hh. Iilv .ni; viiy eir In.li'a
lli l tut IiteatM, tjultt; plrk 1,-
1 -2 ; I b-kied shuuiilers, 6s .i
i . ki. j lian.a. ... : 2 m ImiA. dull
a est . 11 n. a 11,,-. I. Jil u. , . I lu, AliMuat rloaed
SI I . (. nl; le.'ii,n,l, eira.lv; buulk
.lA.w..a. r,.,, i.wtiv U1U, 3 1- .,1 5, iuu
tlnent. $11.25. rrk. ealr; fimllr. t"( Sn;
hoi t clear, PUK'U '1 2i; m-e. $i ;',u!
W'TTl-.K Heceipts, fv! pans : steady;
state dairy. 17'y,Vo; state creamery, t'ig
2oiso; Imitation creamery, JoViuliVtc; fac
tory, 1 4 iyn 1 I l-4jc,
CUEKmv Herelpta. M pkga.; Irregular;
fancy larae, colored and white, 9r; fancy
small, new slat full cream, rtnored and
While, Pc.
K.iXi.S Iteoelpta, 1,771 pkgs.; firm; state
and J'ennsvlvanla, 2""fiZ)c; western can
dled. v-rn r; western iinoundled, 1W1U
I'OULTHY Alive: Irregular; chickens,
19V; turkeys, 11c; fowls, l.lc. lreed:
Kapler; chickens, liCQloc; fowls, Llru l.'I'jc;
turkeys )4',j lrM
MKTAI.H kngllsh metal markets were
closed today. All local markets were dull
and featureless, with traders manifesting
little Interest sa to the course of prices.
Tin eased off a trifle on the bid price.
There were no sales reported on 'change.
In copper dullness slso ruled, pi Ices sag
ging from i to IS points In stieer absence
of support. Standard, soot to November
closed at 111 11 ; lake. 111.75?? 11 .95; elec
trolytic, til-iiu ll.8tt. and ranting. 111. AO
fill. 70. Iead and spelter - were quiet the
former at t 1 and the latter at A.37.
good prices. liw northern foundry, $?3 00
tj&.w; Mo. J northern foundry, a.mif'x.0O;
No. 1 aouthern foundry, vi 'i 2 HO; No. 1
southern foundry, soft, 2l.ii a .00. War
rants were nominal ana not quoted
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
CoadMlons of Trade asd ttistatlosi Osi
taple anal Fawey Prsdses
KfeOS Cnndled stock. 16c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, 8c; roosters, ao-
iwiui'iB ' BUr, 1 i , lumrji, HA , U lit K S
and geese, b'v$c; spring chickens, per lb..
XHI'TTER Packing atock. 12Hc; choice
dairy, In tuba, lMiSc; separator, 2d21e
FRESH CAUGHT FISH Trout, 10c: her
ring, 6c; pickerel, 8c; pike, c; perch, 6c;
buffalo, dressed, 7c: sunflah, 6c; blueflns, 8c;
whlteflsh, 10c; catfish, 13c; black bass, lfic;
nJtnui'i, lie; BiTT?,in, I9tr; ninnnrf. lie; COO!
Ash. 12c: red snapper. 10c: lobsters hniH
per lb.. 27c; lobsttrs, green, per lb., 26c;
uuiMirmiB, luu,
CORN Mc.
OATS Mc.
P.RAN Per ton. IIS.
HAY Prices quoted by-Omaha, Wholesale
nay i.eaiera association: cnoice hay. No.
1 upland. 17.50: No. 1 merilum. 17: No i
ccarse, .5t). Rye straw, to.uO. These price
are icir ny ui ruiiu comr ana quality. Le
mand fair. Kecelpta light.
VEGETABLES.
CAULIFLOWER Home grown, per dog..
764i!t"c.
NEW CELERY Kalamazoo. WV.
POTATOES New, per bu., 2:Sj.i6e. '
ot. u.muas-iw dux., accoralna: to
alze of fcttnehes, lff2oc.
TUKNII'S Per bu., 80o.
PEETS Per basket. 40c.
GREEN CORN Par dm., 6c. .
CUCI'MRER.S Per doi., 15c.
LETTUCE Per doa. bunches. 20o.
PARSLEY Per do., "uiac.
HALI8IIE3-Per do.. 2'ic.
WAX WEANS Home grown, per market
basket, KiKiiSnc; string beans, per market
basket, 3"u..'c.
CABBAGE California or home grown,
new, lc. x
ONIONS New California, in sacks, per
lb., lt
. TOMATOES Per market basket, 60a
.NAVY BEANS Per bu., 2.16.
FRUITS
PEACHES California St. John, tOc
Arkansas Elbertaa, per 4-busket crate, 1;
per 6-basket crate, 11.60; eaatern Crawford.
kc.
PLUMS-Callfornla, per 4-baket cratsa,
fancy, (I. , . ..
PRUNES Per box, L
PEARS California, per box, 1
APPLES Summer varltles, per . bbl.-
$2.7f.(q3.00. ' , .
CANTALOUPE Texas, per crate, 83' per
basket, 7nc. (
WATKRME ION 8 Crated, 16I6a
GRAPES Southern C&tawbaji, per 20-1 b,
crate, 81.60. .,
TROPICAL FRr7TSi.H ,
PINEAPPLES-Florlda, i .o jfa. count.
BANANAS Per bunch, according; to else.
$2.2f'2.7S. ,
OHANQES Valencies, 84.75i35 .00; Medi
terranean sweets, 84.lm4.25.
LEMON S-Cal. Limonelra, 84.80g4.75; Mes
slnaa, 84. 5045. 00. ..
CIDER NewTork, 83"75.""' '':".--.''
HIDE8-N0. 1 green, 6e;,No. green.
6M,c; No. 1 salted, 8c; No. I salted. 7c;
No. 1 veal calf. 8 to 124 lbs., 8c; No. 1 veal
calf, 12 to 16 lbs., 6c; dry hides, &12ct sheep
pelts, 7Rc: horse hides, Jl.6'4i2.50.
POPCORN Per lb.. 6c; shelled. 8c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shell, per lb ,
12c; hard shell, per lb.. UHcj No. 8 soft
shuil, 10c; No. 2 hard shell, kc; Hrsills, per
lb., 14c; filberts, per lb., 12c; almonds, soft
shell, 16c; h-ird ehell, 15c; pecans, large,
per lb., 12c; small, 10c; coooanirts, per Aoa.,
wo. -
OLD METALS A. B. Alpern quotes, the
following prices: Iron, country mixed, per
ton, 810; Iron, stove plate, per ton, 87.50;
copper, per lb., 8Vc; brass, heavy, per lb.,
iCic; braes, light, per lb., 6c; lead, per In.,
6iac; sine, per lb., io; rubber, per lb., 6c.
St. Lnla Grain and PrnvlsloBS.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 4. WHEAT Lower;
No. I red, cash, elevator, 644c; September,
54c; December, 67Vc; No. 8 hard, vjjWc,
CORN Lower: No. 2 cash, 69c; Septem
ber, 4Mic; December, S7V4c. it l '
OATS Easy; No. 2 caBh, 8c' track, 2S3
29c; Peptembr, 27c; No. 2 white,' 28c.
RYE Ixwer at 50c, T
FI-OUR Dull; new red winter patents,
r.20ti3.3O; extra fancy and straight, 82.8oii
IS; clear, 82.71)4(2. 80. .
BiCKITlmothv, 84.10 for 'August. "
CORNMEAL Steady, 83.05,
BRAN Dull; sacked, eat ''track, 75n.
HAY Dull; timothy, 810.0yl5.00; prairie
IT.niw'ijt.no.
WHISKT Steady,-81.8t
IRON COTTON TIEH-Hteady. 81.01
FA OOI NO Steady. 6&b4a
HEMP TWINE Steady, 9c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; Jobbing, $16.85
fjl7.2s. Ijard, lower at $10,674. Dry salt
n eats, steady; boxed extra aborts, JU.12S;
clear ribs, $11. 26; hort clear, $11.50. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra shorts, $12; clear rlba
$12,124; short clear, $12,374.
METALS -Lead, firm at $4 00. Bpelter.
Strong at $5.06.
POLLTRY-Bteady; chickens, tc; springs.
11c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 7c; geese, 4Wc.
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 17i2lct
dairy, L51 18c. '
EGGS Steady at U'.te.
Receipts. Shipments.
Hour, bbla..... 1J-vij0
Wheat, bu S57.ti0 117,tM)
Ccrn, bu 23, Cm) 17 00
Cats, bu .I6,0u0 24,000
KaaLae City Grata and PrsvUlnat,
KANSAS CTTT, Aug. 4-WHEAT-43et-tember,
3fj34c; December. Wuc; cash
No. 2 hard, 600'"; No. 8, eT&a'Ac; No i
red. ?; No. 3, 624gxJ3c.
CORN-September. 46446;e: December.
8-Hc; cash, No. i mixed, 56c; No. $ white
5r'uV; No. 3. 64c. "' '
IHTK-Nn, $ Willi 8t(S,12r
RYE-No. t, Uaic.
HAY (holes timothy. $8.6O10.00; choice
prairie, $b 5(48.75.
EGGS Steady; fresh Missouri and Kan
sas, stock, 1440 per doen, joe ofT, cases
returned. I
, w Receipts. Ship.
Wheat, bu SM.Km) 14i,s-i0
Corn I')6,tio0 Sl'sy)
Oats , 6A0U0 63.0m)
Pktladelphla Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 4 BUTTER
Sicady; extra t-Rtern creamery, iuc
extra nearby prints, Jlc.
EUtia titcady; freth nearby, 2-V, loss
off; fieMi wrotern, oic. Iocs of! ; fresh
southweaiern, ljt r.c, loes off; freBh soutri
ei o, 1 ,'i n loss off.
ClibU-iiu-ady: New Tork full creams,
prime emnlt, b-i ii,r; New York full
creams, lair to good. 4Sur4c.
Toledo Grata and Steed.
TOLEDO, ,0., Aug. 4. WHEAT Fairly
active but weak; cash. 7o4c; September
71c; Ieceinber. JlSc: May, 74'4c.
CORN Fairly active and atemlv cash
634c; September. 6i"4c; December, 42c. '
OATS Dull and weak; September. ijVc
Dc t-n.lier. 3iHC.
SEED Clover, dull but firm; October.
$5,114: No. t alulke, lliiij 6. 774.
KIB-h'o. , bjc.
Mlaaeapolta, V4 keat loar aa Hraa.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 4.-WHEAT-Sep-ten:ler,
6.j74c; Lvccmber, 6ouj4c; on
track. No. 1 hard. HV-; No. 1 northern,
6i; No. 2 northern, 74c.
FLOUH-Steady; firt patents, $3 85-53 ft";
second pateni, $3 6ioJ7S; nret clears $J w)
4iil", second clears, ii.tO.
1? HAN In bulk. $18.
MllwBali.ee (irala Market.
MILWAl'KES, Aug. 4.-W HE A T-Wea k '
clone: No 1 nortnern, 7- ,:; No i
not them. TS,-; bpteinb r. fci'.c.
H E-Steady; No. 1, c.
BARLEY Dull; No. 2, tk tiuoc; sample, 50
CORN September, 664ft :'c.
Ilalatit Grala Blarket.
DI'Ll'TII. Aug. 4.-WHEAT-Cah. Na 1
hard. TiV-: No. J noriheru. 71c; No. 1
northern, 73c; September, 6941:; Dcm--r.
;-,c.
OA! ri September. $lic.
Visible Bapply of Grala.
NEW TOriK, Aug 4. The visible surr !y
of grain hiunl,,y, Aumt J. W)l
by 11 Nrat V-.ia pro.! 1. e tiriiut,, t,(
as Vliut, Si..,y.v t,u ; lie.
ntvyi bu. Corn. 7.?'1.0oo ku : decrease. .
bu. Oats. 2 3, "7,i-O bu ; lncras", 1 ..l,irt
nil. Kye, ru. ; increase, Zl.in) bu.
itariey, j.m.triu bU.; Increase, 6.000 bu.
renrla Market.
PEORIA. Aug. 4.--CORN-Firm, higher;
No. 8, S.,!v.
OAl irregular, firmer; No. I white, 87a
WHISKY On the basis of 11.81 for fin
lshed goods.
RRW YORK STOCKS AD BOSDS.
Denllasjs Diss Array s4 Market
Iasea la etaaaallna.
NEW YORK, Aug. 4. There was no
strong influence at work In today's stock
market and the rate of activity fell sway
to about the dullest of the year. The clos
ing of the I.ondon Stock exchange was only
a slight factor In the dullnews. The con
sideration of the future of the local money
maraei was a more errectlve consideration.
I.st week's loan Increase has brought the
loans of New York clearing house banks to
a total of over $!i9.oo0,ni0, which la $41,000,-
if) in excess of those of a year ago. De,
poslta are only about $1,000,000 greater, but
the cash reserves are about $K.OUO,0HO less
.than a year ago and the surplus reserves
about $3.0110,000 less.
But the condition of the New Tork trust
companies la of greater Importance now
than ever before In estimating the money
sltustlon their deposits on June 30 of
876t'.0nO,sKi. comparing with $!S7,0tiO,0li0 In the
banks on the same date. Comparative fig
ures snow mat trust company loans on
collateral and on personal security were
over $i30.0fi,uoo, compared with $i47,OnO,000 a
year ago, while the actual cash on hand
controlled by these Institutions en June 30
was only $,238,1 10, or less than $1,000,000
greater man last year, me enormous ex
pansion of the business of the trust com
psnlea Is the. key to the cautious feeling
which gains force as the period approaches
for the Interior demand for currency.
Today's developments seem to show that
the outward movement o gold Is over for
the present, owing probably to the succees
attending the French rente conversion
plan.
Discounts In Paris today fell to near 2
per cent and an advance In the sterling
rate there Indicated renewed remittances
tc London to be placed In the loan market
there. Aside from this general repressive
Influence only a few stocks were affected
by Individual causes.
The Iron and steel group had some ad
vantage from the brilliant trade prospects,
the strong semi-annual report of the Re
public Steel company, rumors of coming
developments concerning the Pressed Steel
Car company' and Inspired Intimations of
large earnings for July by the United
States Steel corporation.
The government s favorable estimates of
the August 1 cotton condition had some
effect on cotton carrying railroads, and an
attempt was made to advance the coalers'
Idea that coal mining may be resumed soon,
but the effect was only transitory, rroflt
taklng by the room traders, who had been
the only buyers, caused prices to retrace
their course. One or two stiffened tip at
the last, notablv Tmm a Taoin k,, v..
closing was dull and Irregular.
There waa a violent rise and a feverish
reaction in the Central of Georgia income
bonda. Otherwise there was no future in
t'' rest bond market Total sales, par value.
$1 112.000. United States bonds were un-
cnangea on call.
The following are tne Closing prices on
the New York Stock exchang
Atchison 1U
St. Paul pfd
Ko. PsclAe
80. Railway ....
.IIS
. 44
. rt
o era im
Baltimore at Otale....lflVt
do pra..... w
do pfd
Canadian Paclfto ltt.
Canada So so
Chw A Ohio Hrt
Tsxaa at Pacific .
4tH
isisdo, St. U at W. 414
Jo Pfd 18U
Chicago at Altos.... 41
ttnlon Psoitis 1(17
do HO 71
do pfd ita
Asbssh
do pfd 46t
Chicago, Ina. at L... 11
a Bit si
CMraco ft E. Ill It
Chicago A G. W II H
Wheeling L C... l
do Id pfd XT
00 lrt pra
do 14 pla 4'
Wis. Central n
do pfd govs
Chicago St N. W t4
C, H. I. St P 1M4
Chicago Ter. Tr... M
Ailsms Ex too
American Ex HS
t'nltsd States Ex 1M
WsllB-Pargo Ex 117
so pra '4
C. C. CI. SU L JO.,
Amal. Coppsr te
Colorado So 12
Amor. Car Jt r...... 12 U
do tat fli 7T
4o 14 pfd 4
do pfd..., si
Amsr. Lin. Oil., M ,
Pol. St ft no ana lisi
Dl. U, St W (80
Dourer at R. Q...... 34
do pfd.
so pis si
Amsr. 8. at R 41
do pfd ......47
Anao. Mining Ce....?106
Brooklyn H. T . sou
Erie 8H4
do 1st pra
do id p!d... ..
Onat Nor. pfd...
Hocking Vallsy .
do pfd
Illinois Central ..
Iowa Central ....
do pfd
Laks Kris sk W..
VColo. Fusl St Iron... 04
'SfelCona Gas
. .11 font. Tobacco pfd.
.. HVCso. Klsctrle
.. ! H Hocking Coal,
..K44llnisr. Papsr
.. 474 do pfd
m 4 Laclede Oas ,
.. 44 . National Biseelt .
..! National Load
1114
..14
.. 144
l
.. 4
.. at
.. 474
.. 114
..1J4,
.. Tl
.. 14
..1024
... 444
.. M
,.1
.. It
..I); 4
.. 484
.. 14
..
.. 1J!
.. H
.. It
..
.. 491
..
.. 44
.. 41
Pfd...
L 4 N
1441 No. Amsrlcsa
Manbatun I.. ......
Met. St. Rr
Mex. Central
Nat. Rr. of Mexico
Minn. A St. 1,
Paclfto Coast ....
.14f4 Paclllc Mall .....
. 14 Propls's Oas ....
. UH Prsassd S. Car...
..113 I do pfd
..1174 Pullman P. Car.
Mo. ractfle ...
M., K. A T....
ao pfd
N. I. Central .
N. Y. Central
Norfolk St W..
de pfd
Ontario A W.,
Psnnsylvanla .
Rsadlng
do 1st pfd...
do Id pla....
Bt. L 4 I. r,
do 1st pfd...,
do Id pfd....
it. U Boutfaw.
do pfd
Bt. Paul
w Hapubils Btssl ,
.... 4
do pfd
Hugar
Tsnn. Coal at I
.... S4!i
.... 4
.... ti
....16
.... 47H
.... 874
til
.., 401
.... M
.... 7,
.... 87H
.... MS,
Union Bag St p....
do pfd
U. g. Leather
do pfd
TJ. B. Rubber
do pfd
U. 8. SI w ........
do pfd
Westsrn Union ....
Amsr. Locomotive,
do pfd
K. C. Southern
....U6
do pfd
. 4
Kew Tork Money Market.
NEW TORK, Aug. 4.-MONET-On call,
steady. 2V3 per cent; last loan, 2 per
cent; prime mercantile paper, iWa6 per
cent.
: STERLINQ EXCTf ANGE3 Firm at $4.T5a
for demand and $4.86 for 60 days; posted
rates, $l.o&44.874; commercial bills, $4.84i
Slt-VER Bar. 4c lexlcan .dollars,
BONDS Oovernment, steady; sst !a
actlve; railroad. Irregular.
The closing quotations on bonds are at
follows:
V7. S. rsf. 8s, lag
da eeupoa
da ta, r...
do coupon s....,
do saw 4a. rag.
do eoupoa . . .
So old 4a. rag.
do coupon .....
4o 4a rag
1074 Mex. Csntral 4s,
..mil do Is Ine
a
34
..IfcH Mb. A Bt. L. 4...1,
at., K. St T. 4s lux
..Ui 1 o g, g,o
,.Ui4'M. T. Csntral la loii
..1imii do gru. 1 imI
J4. j. (j. gsa. is.
-.104 ,Nl. Pacltlo 4s
.14
...1V4
... 144
...1014
... tlo
...u4
... 9'4
...
... I44
... '
... t.m
dO COUPOB ....104
Atchison gsa. 4a 194
do adj. 4a 7
do ts
!. A W, o. 4a.
Reading gsn. is..
St L A I U . aa
Bat. A Ohio 4s 101
de 4Vks
do fonv. 4a......
Cansds Sa ts
Caatral ol Oa. (a..
.. tl4 St. U A i F. sa
..l"4ii Bt. L. a. W. Is...
..lis I do la
..lt S. A. A. P. 4s
.. MV So. PaclRo 4a
do Is las
Chss. St Ohio 4 Ss. ..;!- So. Railway Us...
..Ul 4,
Chicago St A. la. .. U Tsiss St PsclBo 1S...1U
v., b. m v. s. pc't 1 . L. a w. 4s.. u
C, M. it S. F. (. 4a.. 114 (Union Paclnc 4s 1047,
C. a N. w. s. 7s. ...144441 au eon,, fa iusia
0., R. I. P. 4a l4Hg:WatMsh la ll
C (; C A ft L g ts..li I do is no
Brio prior lla 4s.... aa I da dsb. B 7414
Dsnvsr t R. O. 4s. ..101 IWrst SUors 4a 1ISV
do gcnrl 4l Mi, Whesl. a L. E. 4o.SK
r W. a U. C. Is. ..11214 Wis. Central 4a tl
Hocking Val. 44s. ..bulviiCoua Tubacco 4s..... U
LAN. uul. 4s lul 1
Itoatoa Cteok Qeotatleaa,
BOSTON, Aug.
cent: time loans,
4 Call loans, 844 per
44to per cent. Official
ana bonds:
closing of stocks
Atchisoa 4a
Oas Is
Mex. Central 4a
N. tt. (i. A c
Atchison
do pld
Poston A Albany....
l4 Allouss 40
f AmaiRsmatad stia
aH 4 Uingham -. J,
(aluoist Se Hrcla Ha
tl Crtilrunial
17V4
l"Pt Copper itangs .,.
.. 174J
..IS?.',
.. leva
.. u
.. 44-
..
.. 41
.. el
..no
.. 1
,.:7
..100
.. 11
.. Sv4
.. to
..
.. 4S
lintmnlnn Coat
ll:ton A Mr.
1W ruklln
1 Inla Rorals
,,M1,,n tlrvalrd ....
S. Y-, N. K. a H...
i'llrhburg pfd
t'ulon fsclfto
Amer. Sugar .......
do pfd
American T. A T..
Dominion I. A S....
Urn. Kls.'trlo
kiu. K,ocrla
do pld
N. K. U A C
I nltsd Krult
XI. S. Stssl
4o pld
W:satlush. Common.
Aavsutura
I MnltawK
,14J Old Domlnlou ..
lili "a lioia
Ui- htmn
.inc., (Jumey
Ib4 Mama Fs Copper
. 43 tl'smaraik
ll4 Trlniountala ....
- 44. Trinity
. I''i I mm Stalsa ...
4A
llah
ill
, r(l
lu4
Vlcioria
Winona
A'ulvrrlna
iCnlted Cappsr
Hew York Mlalag daotatloaa.
NEW TORK. Aug. 4-The following are
the closing prices on mining stocks:
A dims Cos il.itti Chief
... II
...lis
...1st
... 4
Alice so n.uarlo
liravca ts Uintr .,,
biunawlch Con ,, t fa,wnlx
(oiuslm'S Tuunsl 4W puiui
It
lot. tat. A Vl ISO jSkvgs i
laadwood Tarra lo4 jSisrra Nevada ..."."! lo
hura bll,sr 1X4. Uuiail Hupsa 4S
Iron Silvsr to Mandanl tag
Lsadvliie Coa 4 I
Forelf a t-'taaaelal.
LONDON. Aug. 4 Oold premiums are
quoied: lioenos Ayres, lS 40; Madrid, 86 h;
fttone. 1 2i; Llnbon. 00.
1'AKIS, Aug. 4 The tone on the bourne
I'kUv was lirni," ! 1 hough Inactive, and
Liii'rs were firm, dtn;me rumors that Paria
aiik'ng houaes thut had made si.rculatlve
I'Uli'l.aaa was unaole to meet ita llablllllea,
nvolvliig another banklnar Ann operating
out.Ula the buurae. luiaa were buuyanl,
atr-tropolitai.a advanced, Kiisaiiin lmluB
triala was atrong and Kaftira were nrm.
The private rate of oi,.,,,nt was 8 1-16 per
iriit. '1 titee per cent rtntes, hp a-,o f--r
tne account. t'n hange on lAjiidjn, it
loo f .r rtievka. biianisn 4s, 81. Oo.
isLiiLl.N, Aug. 4. liaaiug on the bourse
trxtsy was quiet In tha shscnee of any
sMmul;;s, but the tone generally was firm.
Iron shares were weak at the opening, but
became Prm later. ( ansdlsn PeclfVs were
weaker. In sympathy with New York.
Transvssl shores showed a hardening ten-
urwy.
Raak (learlagi.
OMAHA. Aug. 4. Psnk rlearlnrs, $1.1.
,s.s.i; corresondlng riny last year. $1,(4,,
0.(1 of; Increase. tj,li.647.t)o.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 4. Clesrtngs, $4,200,.
en"; money, r.im per rent; New York e
rhfinge, prLikt discount.
ST. I-OUI8, Aug. 4. -Clearings, $7,77,;
balances, $l,m,o,T;. Money per cent.
New York exchanaa at mr
CHICAOO. Aug. 4 Pank clearings, $TT,.
KJ.r: bslences. $2.B2,1 New York x-
cnange, iiKyiaj premium; posted exchsnge,
4 for sixty days and 4SS4 for demand.
NKW VORK, Aug 4 -Kxchangea, $13f4
wi.i ; imiancea, jh, ft,!i.
JtdSTON, Aug. 4. Exchanges, $17,88X147;
balances, $1,mi.237
F".ILIKU'HIA, Aug. 4.-C1earlr,r.
8i4,aoi.wl; balances, $t,8o,;BL' Money, 4ia44
BAI.TIMOP.TT In. I "1.rna so
878.0SO; balances. $S9,7io. Money. 444 per
cent-
Conditio of tke Tresgsry.
WASlllNtrmM A... I T.'. .....
went of the treasury balances In the gen-
.u,,u, Ttnunivfl 01 tne sitHMrHMSV gold
reeerva In the division of redemption,
shows:
Available cash rixijjrn. 1.
$ioo,ooti,is. ' ""'
Coffee SVarket.
NEW TORK, Aug. A COFFEE Spot
Rio, stesdy; No. 7 Invoice, 84c; mild,
steadyj . Cordova, 8vffll4c. The market
opened steady In tone, with August t
points higher and other months unchanged
to 6 points lower. For the balance of tha
session a most Irregular course' was fol
lowed with the bull syndicate practically In
control, whereas for some time past the
near positions have ruled relatively firm
on support of the bull contingent. Today
they were relatively weak and finished at
about the bottom, with sentiment concern
ing them once more quite bearish. The
importing element sold with considerable
confidence at times, believing the weaker
shorts to have covered and that a larae
speculative, long Interest has accumulated.
" reaction was regarded as In order, psr
tlcularly aa Brazil receipts were heavy and
foreign market news not up to expecta
tions. Trading was very active all rlav.
with the close firm. Near months were
net unchanged to 16 points higher. Total
sales were 131.600 baas. Includina Auauat
et B.en.See; September, 8kroc; October,
.8n'(?6.6oc; December, o.454i5.50c; January,
i.4Hi6.60c: February, g.46; March, B.40tS5.i;
May, 6.605.75c; June, e.66!g5.80c; July, 175
NKW TORK. Aua. 4 rOTTOVTTiitiiraa
Opened barely steady; August, 8 J4c; Sep
tember 7 few,. i w. v n it... x' 1.
7.4c; December, 7.75c: January, 7.71e; Feb
ruary, 7.70c ; March, 7.71c; April, 7.8Rc.
Bjiot: Steady and quiet; middling up
lands -i6c; middling; gulf, I li-lGc; sales.
818 bales.
Closing: Flit urea elnaeri n,ilf an1 mtmmA.
August, S.l&c; September, 7.79c; October!
7.bSc: CWOvemher 7 a Co..
January. J.Mc; February, 7 68c; March, 7.Mc.
, : , ,iu., rtug, a. ui i urn
Steady. Middling, 8 lS-lllc. Sales 50 bales.
Receipts 4o0 bales. Shipment 891 bales.
Stock 35V7 bales.
GALVESTON, Auf. 4. COTTON-Easy.
ll-lOci.
NEW ORLEANS. Aii 4 r--T-7v-vvr
Quiet. Sales 676 bale. Ordinary. 7 l-lc:
good ordinary. 7 a-lac- low mMHii..
8 l-16c; middling, 84c; good middlinir!
ou, miaanng rai v,oi. Recelpta, 868
bales; stock. 61.43 balea ITiituraa
August, 8KtT.2.4c; September, t.7TfT7.73ci
October, 7.51(ei7.62c; November, 7.J4-i7.44c:
December, -434i'7.4Sc January. 7.4a7.44c;
. . u , u ... , ,fWW usu; jnarca, l.toO Did.
Oil and Rosfa.
OTT. CTTT li,. A nil
f1i22JPrtlfl;;t'8' no Dld; hlpments-, IKS,.
119 1,1,1. ac mj.t . , .
... sci.oi oDia ; runs, 1B6.1Z1
bbls., average 82,6fiO bbls. .
TOLEDO, O.. Aug. A-OII-North IJma.
89e: South Lima and Indiana. 84c
WILMINGTON. N. C... A... Ar.7T
"VT"""mt notning doing, nosin,
V"asd an t.,,L104''1i5- . Crud turpentine, firm
at 81.40, $2.50 and $160; receipts, 312. Tttr;
nrm at $1.60. -i.v
SAVANNAH. Oa., Aug. 4.-OrL-Tnrpen-tlne,
firm at'43o: receipts, 714: sales 1 62;
exports, 147. Rosin, firm; receipts, 4 156
sales, 1.145; exports, 1 11.023. Quotations:
A. B, C, $1.10; D, $1.15; E, $l.i!0; F. $1 25
Q, $1.80; H. $1.80; i. $1 1. $2.46; lL Vi.'
N. $3.30; WO. $3.40; WW, $3.65.
NEW TORK, Aug. 4 OIL Cottonseed,
easy; prime crude, nominal; prime yellow
4Jj443o. Petroleum, stoady. Rosin, steady!
Turpentine, dull at 40ti;4c. , . .' .
Evaporate Apple aa Driesl Fralts.
NEW TORK, Aug. 4. EVAPORATED
APPLES-Very little" business lifted In
the absence of offerings and values are
nominally unchanged. Common to good
sre quoted at S(10c higher; prime, 104(
,,10c; choice, ll(&ll4o; fancy. 114W12C.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUIT-Prunes
are enjoying a fair trade and firmly held.
Prices for all grades range from $o to
4c. Apricots are a shade easier and In
fair request- Apricots in boxes are ruoted
st from 84o to 4o and In bags from 8c to
84c. Peachea are moving rather slowly,
but are steady around recent figures
Peeled peaches are quoted at 12S16o and
unpeeled at tf 104c ,
lngsr Market.
NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 4. SUGAR
Strong; open kettle, 4'a3 8-18c; open ket
tle Centrifugal, 8ii4o; Centrifugal. 84c;
seconds, 14ae; molasses, dull; Centri
fugal, 6,?yi5c.
NEW YORK, Aug. 4 SUOAR-Raw.
steady; fair refining, Centrifugal M
test, 3tc; molaeeea sugar, 34c; refined,
steady.
Ele-ta Batter Market.
ET1TN. Aur 4,-BUTTER Ther- was no
change on butter on the Board of Trade to
day. The offerings were 2,700 pounds, but
no bids were made and the call closed with
no sales. The quotations committee made
the market firm at 80a. Sales of the week.
eijO.OOO pounda. ,
Dry s Market.
NEW TORK. Aug 4.-DRT OOOD8
The market today, did not disclose sny
new feature In any department. A gener
ally quiet business is In progress In cot
ton and woolen goods at previous prices.
Wool Market.
BT. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 4. WOOL Firm,
Medium g-ades and combing, 1331840:
light -fine, l?il&4c; heavy fine, lOrfl iac; tub
washed, ltka -a.
Cincinnati Whisky.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 4.-Wh!slty '(atll
lers finished goods dull on baala of $1.41.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Aug. 4 CATTLE Re
ceipt a, 7,5oO natives, 4.660 Texans; calves.
Sou Texans. 900 natives. Natives and quar
antine stuff, steady; stockers and feeders
lixidnc lower. Choice export and dressed
be-f steers, $7.00:118.26: fair to good, H0np
7.40: stockers snd feeders, $2.7"io.30; weat-ern-fed
steers. $6.008.36: Texas and In
dian ateera, I3.0tho4 5: Texas cows. $J 2&'d
It': native cows, jj.46(iS.'ai; nstive heirera
$2704i3. 00; canners. $l.532.25; bulls. $2.76ii
8.65; calves, $2.6n5.J6.
HOGS Receipts, 1.650; market stendv to
5c lower. Top. $7.70; bulk of sales. $7 Sort
7 65: heavy, $7 6yr,7 70; mixed packers. $7 30
$77.60; Haht. $7.10.tf7.40; yorkere, $7.8057.40;
pigs. $6 ssa7.16. - '
SHEEP AVD LAMPaftece(pts, 1 ;
market, 10ifil6c lower. Native lambs. 83 50
titj.no; western' lambs, .i 6 ti ; native
wethers, $3.SOo4.75: Western wethers. $3.35
tt;4 2o; fed ewrs. $lfln4.40; Texas, clipped
yesrllnxs. $3.7T 4 46; Texas clipped sheep,
$3.t4l3.66; stockers and feeders, $2.7i'i3.tj.
v TUB HKALTY MARKET.
' Items Died In the register of deed's and
county clerk's PAces oa August 4:
alt Claim Deeds.
Omaha jjo
W. R. Morrison to Sam'l Avery, lots
7 to 10 and 18, block 4. Portland
Place jo
M. f. Harris to J. C. Swlnglngton,
west ".'4 feet of east 874 feet lot
174. Millard at Co.'s sdd $
Warranty Deeds. ,
H. J. Grove and wife to W. A. Haber
airoh, lots 8 and 10. block 26, Ben
son $ 100
Victoria Johnson - and huiiband to
John Johnson and wife, 6 acres In
se4, sw4. l-la-12 1
G. T. Hoasland and wlfs to Hoagland
Lumber and Ice Co., lota 6 and ,
block 14, Isaac 4 S.'s add., lot 8.
block $, Kuuntxe Place, 10 acres in
. sv4. 4-14-13 10,0
Erastug IIhs to O. B. Vilas, north
no feet Jot 4. block 2144. Omaha 10
Baruh V. Perkins and husband to D.
V. Sholes Co., lots 13 and 14, Kalr
vlew add 71 J
Dorothea Ttbke and husband to V.
W. Schwrrtley, lot 7, block 8.
Kountxe Place $200
J. E. Ifrtirg-t to J. D. Scott, r4 lot
and s lvt 8, block 2j4. South
Total amount tf transfors $17.0tt
01IAUA LIVE STOCK -MARKET
Liberal Receipt! of Cattle, bnl Good Rtttn
Bold ItAadj.
HOGS AYERAGED A LITTLE STRONGER
Heaviest ftaa at Hkeep ta Many Weeks
rrleee SasTered a Deellae (
rtfteea ta Tweaty-Flve
Ceats All Arnand.
SOUTH OMAHA, Aug. 4.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
OfTlclal Monday 4.K06 8.4l It RM)
Same day last week...... l.W 8.0?0 8.748
Same week before i.Xt 8.418 8.1RH
Same three weeks ago... I.M41 8.HS3 4,4
Same four weeks ago.... l,t27 8,fif)8 8.H17
Same day laat year 8.606 i.iul 4.1SI
RECEIPTS FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts
Of cattle, hogs and sheen at Smith Omaha
for the year to date, with comparisons with
iui j rL' .
1007). IBM Inc. TVl
Cattle 420,209 401. 167 25.068
Hogs l,6i.6i 1,477,415 43,lo4
Blieep 6351,433 1.M7 74.434
The following table shows the average
Price Df hoes aohi on Ihs Anulh Omaha
market the last several days, with com
parisons with former years:
Uat. I 1S02. 11801. lJO0.lli9S. 1888. 18S7.18P6,
July 14...
July la...
July If...
t 081 4 06
I 8 8
f 02 1
8 771 I 151
8 77 i 17
8 62 8 20,
00
7 ibaii I 77
8 06
8 or
I 72-41 64
July 17...
7 72 I 6 661
4 -41 4 01
8 26:
8 7
July 18...
7 734 $ 68
4 M7 4 16( I K2,
1 8S
July 18...
July 20...
July ...
7 $7b $ U 4 9 4 2S
sw
8 87
a oa a eo a isi
8
7 S24
6 07 4 2l 1 81I 8 8Si 8 97
July 28...
July 28...
July U...
7 414i I 4 841
a, 8 21
2 wi
I Ji al B 711 B IB
8 82) 8
8 Ml
4 86
8 861
S 92
July 26...
4 81
t 89
I 6
July 26...
4 27 I 87 I 87
July 87...
July 28...
4 32
2 771 8 431
2 55
1 7
7 63?
7 65V4
4
July 29...
July mi...
4 82
8 72,
74
8 E8 t 71
8 44 8 77
7 47WI
7 bl vw 6 61
7 414 i 661
4 321
8 Bill 2 11
(in
8 45
August 1.
1B 4 11 7(
August 8.
7 8o
6 7H 6 IK i 2
6 791 6 15 4 8.
10 4 4c
August 8.
August 4.
8.1 8 67
43 I 61
S 47; I SO
$ 67 2 86
7 894
Indlcsted Sundsy.
The Official numW nf eara af atrwlr
brought In today by each road was:
cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H I I.
C, M. or fit. P,
Wabash' ,
Ry.
1
48
8
u. P. system ....
C. A N. W. Ry...
1
10
7
1
I '
4
12
'a
29
U
id
f.. B. ft M. V. R,
R. 61
v. 1 .. i. V, xy 4
B. 4 M. R. Ry 78
C, P. A Q. Ky
CRti r., east.. 1
C, R. 1. At P., west.. S
Illinois Central
Total receipts 193
so
63
The disposition of the dav's recetnta waa
as followa, each buyer purchasing the num-
Der ot neaa inaicatea:
Buyeds. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Pscklng Co. ...l 291 1,0.18
Swift and Company .... 743 828
Cudahy Packing Co 1,219 36
Armour at Co 641 619
4.S31
1,866
1,681
R. Becker A Deaan IKK
Vansant St. Co lRa
J. L. Carey 218 .....
Lobman ft Co 329
W. I. Stephen 89 -
H1U A Huntslnaer
Livingstone Schaller.. 135
Hamilton tc Rothschild... 209
L. F. Huss 4
H. L. Dennis A Co. .. 17
Hammond Pkg. Co 60I
Wolf A Human 124
Other buyers 274
243
Totals 4,674 3,487
8,610
CATTLE There was a rood, llhersi run
of cattle heia today, receipts being con
siderably heavier than on any Monday In
WMltl mrA alaA rtaviae than r,n th.
same day last year. The bulk of the re
ceipts, tnougn, was made up of western
range cattle, packers took hold in good
shape of the better grades, so that the
mai'gei was in very satisfactory condition.
There were only a few loads of corn fed
cattle here today and none that were choice.
ane pan tat cattle, such as were offered
were nut particularly active, but ati'.i the
market could be quoted steady on anything
mat was at an aesiraDle. The genpral
opinion wes that choice tat cat fie would
have Sold t6 good advantaaa todav.
The ,cow market was wen supplied, as a
targe proportion 01 tne recelpta consisted
of she stuff. On the start packers picked
out a few of the better loads at about
staaay prices, and the choice heavyweight
cows sold to the best advantage. Later
on, nowever, tne general market was shout
a dime Jower all around, and the bulk of
the offerings sold that way, . '
Bulls were about steady, if choice, but
otherwise a little lower. Veal calves and
stags aia not snow much of any change.
There was not a very heavy run of
stockers and feeders here today, so that
the better grades sold at fully steady prices
and in some cases sales were made that
looaea a utile stronger, except in the case
of something very desirable, though, the
market could not be quoted any more than
steady.
The quality of the western cattle offered
today was very fair, and the beef steers
could be quoted steady where the quality
waa at all desirable. The common kinds
were, of course, a little neglected, and
Iierhaps weak. Cows sold generally a dime
ower. though a few choices oneg sold
early at about steady prices. Stockers and
feeders commanded steady to stroi.f prices.
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
Me f At. Tr. He- , At. Ft.
1 714 8 us I.... "S 8 40
I... BIS I OS to loft 7 6
14 ..1014 6 00 ' 47 1IK4 7 00
II ,....tlrS 8 IS
STKEH8 AND HEIFERS.
t., ins o
STEERS AND 8TAQ3.
46 1M 111
COWS.
$ PXrt) t 4 10 910 8 44
1 10S4 8 14 II Ill I 00
J., tao 8 N 1..... ltnt I 10
8 416 8 W 1 OH 8 M
1 40 I J , 3 1060 I 23
1 K I K 8 KM 8 40
t... 414 1 7 1 10M I M
1 H 111 1 010 8 40 '
1.... 70S 8 74 4 1067 4 10
tl X li 8 14 4 10M 4 14
1. lie 4 40 1 1IM 4 14
1 Nl IM 1 6 S
4 470 I IB
STAGS.
I..
HEIFERS.
..1J
6 to
BULLS.
UM 8 10 I low 1 00
CALVES.
11 1 n a iso 6 04
140 4 M
STOCK COWS AND HEIFERS.
iiti 1 n
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
a 00
t.
.1040
9 71
. 471
, 120
. IM)
.1010
. S4
. 7s4
a 00
a st.
a t
a to
a it
.. 7l
.. 416
.. 710
.. m
,.1Si0
..1045
a 10
4 00
4 10
4 10
4 at
4 24
34!!
a i
a
NEBRASKA.
No.
7 heifers,
A v. Pr.
No.
A v. Pr.
6H7 $2 80
1 calf....
46 cows...
6 cows...
cows...
2 calves.
2 calves.
2 calves.
3 calves.
31 cows...
1 cow....
1 cow....
1 bull...
2 steers.
1 steer..
::o $2 ro
18 feeders., fc'9
i feeders.. 1-9
1 bull 740
1 bull 12:)
1 bull 11 70
1 pull UJ
1 bull lini
46 feeders. .l"-6
$ fecdera..H ;S
1 bull 1140
21 cows 7.19
1 COW 1"M
63 cow s 9J5
8 7o
4 05
3 25
. 90
. 845
. 120
. 165
. 9j
. 110
. 91
. IS;0
.1'JoO
,. 9t0
..lu.0
2 60
2 75
4 00
4 i)
6 00
6 00
3 50
3 50
2 W
3 90
8 75
3 60
4 ok
8 50
4 20
3 75
3 60
4 00
4 16
3 50
4 00
3 75 .
3 50
3 9o
2 Ml
3 75
3 25
00
4 25
3 00
a 15
4 90
4 20
4 26
2 M
4 06
a 75
8 60
a 26
3 '1
3 It
4 lo
3 6)
2i -
2 75
3 60
3 00
2 90
8 10
3 06
3 00
1 10
4 80
4 00
2 90
2 5
2 r
3 io
3 10
2 75
2 75
2 15
8 00
2 45
3 46
3 25
3 71)
2 60
3 60
4 00
4 50
8 60
2 25
3 w
3 75
2 25
3 90
2 70
3 90
3 60
3 10
3 00
3 26
3 H
2 75
3 33
8 10
3 60
2
a 2s
a 26
8 40
3 30
S!0
4s COWS. .
1 cow...
1 cow...
1 cow...
12 cows..
60 cows..
89 cows..
2 cows. .
$ cows..
4 cows..
18 cows..
3 cows..
1 cow...
1 cow...
8 cows..
18 cows..
1 cow....
1 cow. ...
7 cows. .
16 cows..
7 cows..
1 cow...
4 cows..
1 heifer.
3 cows
t cows...
19 cows...
83 cows...
9 cows...
$ cows...
a con...
1 cow..,
11 cows...
84 cows...
21 cows...
HI cows...
, 915
6rJ
8W)
M10
. 945
, 7 m;
, 7-7
1L'5
lil
, 2
1O70
13 -J
lev!
820
. 9:7
;o
9o0
tv 2
K"9
812
920
lt'17
S0
8w
ol
9o6
97
(avi
e"4
61
940
9,0
M
9d
6 steers.. ,.li:M
1 steer IW
2 feeders.. 910
1 feeder... 910
1 calves... 1
3 calves..
19 feeders.
2 heifers..
4 feeders.
1 feeder. .
1 feeder..
2 heifers..
4 heifers..
27 steers...
1 steer....
1 steer....
1 steer
1 stag....,
28 feeders.
8 feeders.,
, 170
rli3
. l
, 6a)
,
. 620
, 6'3
. 70
, no
760
, 670
20
, V
K2
4 feeders.. S'S
3 feeders.. &t
1 feeder... rr.O
7 feeders., ft :S
8 feeders.. 9 1
4 feeders, .lis-2
1 feeder... S10
1 feeder.
11 feeders
8 feeders
1 heifer..
1 steer...
1 bull
S2
... 70
,.. 7t0
... r;.)
...l!)
640
1 CO
1 COB
2 66
COLORADO.
4 70
WVOMING.
I 30 4 cows..
4 76 1 cow...
4 ad 4 cows..
34 feeders.. 1138
38 steera.
22 steers..
$ steers..
,117
.Hot
.1U
4 00
3 00
a m
..MlO
..lo4e
15
I 'l-ajl B (Ol B lb
7 K S 741 061
7 61 I I 69 6 02)
S 47
6 Ml 6 Ml
4 M
6 no
8 00
4 M
8 m
4 to
t 10
t enw-S....7n'
7 corn s. ?')
3 5
8 M
3 l
4 60
a 80
T enws.
100
t feeders.
13 feeders.
14 hel.'era.
d-o
1M4
K4
1 bull..
. 40
AW
. C '.l
,1'"
. P70
.10.41
.11.)
COIIRAIin
$ cows...,
X rows. .
8 cows...,
1 coa-
1 cow...
J, feeder..
$ feeders.
8 40
I faaders.
a
3 'A
3 M
4 0
4 06
4 06
4 05
a 60
4 K
a 25
a 30
4 45
4 70
4 00
a w
a o
t 4,1
I 60
8 60
8 60
4 06
4 05
1 feeder..
I feeders.
8 feeders.
7"0
fl7
V5
8 feed -re... M"
16 feeders.; 8,0
1M feeders.. :'4
"I
$ feeders.. HM
8 00
1 steer 1K
POCTIf DAKOTA.
$ Steers.. ..11K2 $86 1 cow 4
1 bull 1230 8 26 14 cows p!-6
J. C. Johnson Neb.
$ feeders. .li':3 $ 70 1 cow 10M
I feeder... ,'! $ 80 JS feeders.. Vll
H. Hawthorne NeK
2 COWS t 8 M 30 feeders.. 10M
Martin
1013 2 26
910 1 2A
li Neb.
8 feeders.. St8
I feeders.. 810
1 feeder...
1 bull 1610
I cows...'
I cows...
2 cows 1170 8 70
cows lo47 3 70
1 cow., ....1170 8 70
A. Kimball Neb.
14 cows ITS $ 10 , cows...
3 cows lnf-6 8 10 2 cows...
1 cow 800 3 10 1 cow....
, A. W. Plumers Neb,
10 feeders. .1131 4 35 40 feeders
4 feeders.. 9i0 4 75
, . . s- Oyrer Neb.
26 feeders.. 1111 4 35
a 7s
a 75
2 00
.:
. 7)
91 4 7t
M. V. Wicker Wyo.
.113 4 75 1 cow....,
.1180 4 75 2 cows...,
. J. Heller Neb.
32 steers,
1 steer..
.1230
.1143
S 60
4 25
(8 cows...
, 8 JO
Wilson
Bros. Neb,
1 cow...,
1 cow...,
I cows..,
1 feeder
1 COW..'.
? COW;..
.law 3 16
.1130 $ 15
1270
900
?0
3 60
a 15
3 16
3 60
4 15
4 15
4 15
a 00
2 75
2 8-1
a cows,...
12 2 15
1 cow....,
a cows...
1 cow.. 4,
4 feeders
'0
8 15
3 15
8 15
ROO
.1018
. TV)
. 776
2 feeders.. 635
1 feeder... M0
1 feeder... 760
Deal Neb.
4 heifers... 432
1 bull 13"0
I stsgs 1310
4 15
. Robert
27 feeders.. TNt 4 25
3 feeders.. 41.7 4 25
4 teeners
24 heifers.
. 9"0 8 25
. rm 1 M
-Walter
. 4 28
. 942 t 40
.1100 8 16
Scott 8. D.
lcalf
4 cows
1 cow
23 cows
21 feeders.
4 feeders.
3 cows..,,
14 cows....
370
905
700
S17
a 4
2 60
2 m
a 10
1041 8 15
C. N. Walters Wvn
21 oows. ....
1027 4 00 42 cows
916 100
8 cows. .
,.1126 8 00
J. W. Burrows Neb.
81 steers.. ..1109 440 10 cows
1 feeder... 700 4 00
997 3 15
Fuller Bros Colo.
a cows.
. 93 2 85
32 feeders.. 103O
4 as
1 75'
3 15
8i0
1 75
Wrtfrht A
,.loni" a 16
. 7o0 2 60
.1093 a 15
. 800 a 15
Walker Neb.
3 cows 840
. 8 cows lion
28 cows..... 909
16
1 cow...
a cows..
1 cow...
1 bull 1690
Ed CombsNeh.
...1050 3 60 23 COWS
...1210 3 80"
1 cow.-;
1 cow..
.1018 I 60
Mrs. W. B. Hall Neb.
18 cows.. ...1009 8 60 4 cows 110$ 2 20
R. Hanney Neb.
24 cows,.... 191 3 90
R. P. Myers Neb.
8 cows..... 90 a 3 23 cows ISO 4 10
76 steers... .120$ 6 80 -
W. F. Everest Neb.
$ feeders.. 3 4 60 ' oows KS t 65
6 feeders.. 896 4 66 1
F. Currte Neb.
8 feeders.. 1037 4 40 -I feeders.. 1071 8 60
31 steers... .1165 4 80
A. E. Swetilnger Colo.
13 cows..... 83 2 96 , 1 feeder... 810 100
2 cows 915 3 85 1 feeder... 6"0 2 00
6 feeders., 6,1$ 4 00 30 feeders., 867 4 20
8 feeders.. 8S7 4 20 1 feeder... 71 4 2
2 feeders.; 750 2 KS feeders.. 7?V8 I M
1 heifer.. 390 2 80 ' 4 cows..... 883 2 96
8 cows..... 826 I 86 '
K. M. Klmes Neb.
18 cows 934.8 25 , , 1 cow VW 190
I cows 10f 2 75
M. McCormlck Neb.
19 feeders.. 9W 8 60 23 feeders.. 871 4 2t
8 feeders.. 775 4 25 '
Tolland A Cn Polo
97 cows 97 3 S- 1 cow...... 990 $28
94 steers... .1005 6 10 1 bull 1209 2 71
26 COWS..... 937 9 80
D. W. Owen Idaho.
1 bull...., .13X0
2 bulta..-i-..12T.5
3 75
7 cows.. ...1115
I 46
3 45
a 75
4 25
a aa
306
3 08
4 60
a ,a
4 cows 10ti5
2 feeders.. 1120
36 feeders.. h8
4 J eA
1 bull 1370
47 feeder.. 107
9 feeders., 9S6 4 60
E. McKnnhan 8. D.
26 feeders., 973 4 40 ,1 stag
2 feeders.. JOM)- 4 00
22 steers... Jll23 4 80 I steers...
, 920
1080
I 40
171
4 90
4 90
4 90
4 90
4 90
4 90
J. C. Shsw Wyo.
40 steers. ...1159
26 steers.... l:
1 steer lfiu
2 steers.. ..12S0
4 90
4 90
40 steers,
..1127
.. 9:H
..1220
..1000
..1000
..1170
1 steer.
1 steer.
1 stesr.
, 1 steer.
, jl steer.
4 90
4 90
4 90
1 steer 1110
1 steer.,
.1110 4 90
2 steers.,
1 steer...
..1160 4 90
1 Bieej,
105
4 90 .
.1170 4 90
4 steers.. ,.1207
4 90 :
C. O. Johnson Neb,
29 cows...,
U heifers.,
23 'steers..,
1 steer... j
17 feeders.
4 feeders.
8-16
3 10
9 COWS.
855 a I 10
. 642
B
.1178
, 9R0
.1201
. 975
W.
.:o?8
2 c5
Williams Wyo.
6 40 14 cows..
4 78 1 oow...
5 25 . 14 cows.,
..1048
..1060
..1028
a s
a 00
a 66
4 60
H. Byshe Wyo.
'4 0 . 47 feeders.. 1067
I steers..
4 60
a 76
1 steer...
840
3 75 3 feeders.. 1130
William Hfcnshaw Wyo.
24 cows.i... SH3 -8 25
2 cows 975
S 10
a 10
a 65
a 00
12 cows....: 9if7 8 25
Pfelffer t
70 feeders. .1214 6 30
1 steer.. .. 930 3 00
1 cow 1060 3 65
1 cow 1030
Cop p Wyo.
15 cows 103
1 cow 1020
HOGS The receipts of hogs were fairly
liberal today for a Monday and aa the local
demand was In good snaps the market
averaged up a little stronger. All the pack
ers seemed to want some hogs and aa a
result everything was disposed of In good
season. The same as on Saturday, the
better grades sold from $7.40 up, but the
top today was 60 higher, which msde $7.60
the best price. The peeking and light
weight hogs sold from $7.37'A down. Thers
waa no special feature to the trade today
except that packers were all looking more
at quality than at weight, so that even
if a load of hogs was heavy, but of In
ferior quality, they sold at considerably
less than lighter nogs of food quality.
Representative sales:
No. Av. so. rr. Ni
it im 4 1 ie n
At.
... tM
....
..,-H.l
....til
....HI
Sk.
to
IX
IBS
100
40
rY.
7 44
1 40
1 40
T 40
1 44
7 40
7 44
t OS
T oa
7 40
f 40
T 40
T 44
T 40
T 40
T 4I4
T 424
T 42
7 42
T 41
7 41
4 44
T 4
7 41
I t.
70 114 840 7 ll4 tl
71....
Tl
11....
ts....
47....
74...
Tt...
tl....
...;
47....
41....
71....
II....
71....
7 12 SI
.7 14
U
1 14
3 s '
1
T U
f MH :
t 1114
T a7
4 17'
T a7i, .
t in,
t ri'i
T 17,
4 V
7 87 Vi
T 171
OS:---1
40
T 4B
...Ill
...231
...till
...111
1. 114
...III
...tr.0
...s:5
...H"7
...844
...130
...til.
71....
04....
70....
74....
71....
....
II....
7J....
41....
40....
to....,
II....
01....
ts... .
It....
in...
41....
Tl...
41....
00....
tt....,
..14
.2,1
..thi
..1ST
..147
..111
..r
..aa
..
..Jul
..na
.'
..140
,.l4
..I'll
,.l)0
..mi
..an
2 17
47... KU
71...
71...
Tl..-.
00...
11...
.,.t
...211
...2
...221
...t?l
70.,
41.
T 40
f 4
SHEEP There wae the heaviest run of
sheep here todny that has arrived In some
time past, and as compared with the same
day of last year there Is an enormous in
crease. The table above will show the
exact figures.
Owing to the heavy receipts today buy
ers were a little slow about taking hold
and the market took a drop. Other points
were also quoted lower, so that packers
had things very much their own way. Ths
general market could be quoted about
liiuj.'Ac lower than the latter part of last
week, with trading none too active. Up
to a late hojr there were still quite a few
unsold. 1
Lambs also took a drop, tha decline
amounting to about tha same as on sheep.
The market wrs slso slow and It took
aome time to aispoae of ths bula ot what
arrived.
There were only a few feeders offered, so
that there waa not aa severe a break as
on fat stuff. The market, however, felt to
eome extent the dc-llne on killers.
Quotations for clipped stork: Good to
choice yearlings, $3.M4.10: fair to nod
$3 fr.vfj3.80; good to choice wethers, $3.6Wi3.SO;
fair to good we'ners, a3 2Srji3.60; good to
choice evtes, $3.au3.40; fair to good ewes,
$? !-a3 .20: good to choice spring lambs. 86 2S
4j6.6-'i; fair to good spring lambs. $S.0of-V2d;
r,-ener vetners, u.in-naiu; reeoer yearilnas.
$i.0C;t3 SP; feeder lambs, $3 5tr.f4.On: feeder
ewes, 41.2.' 132.25. Representative Bales:
t Btr..T.t"
18 steers 1 wl
1 Steer IrtO
1 steer ll.nl
15 feeders, .lull
feeders.. S70
No. Av. Vr.
10 Wyoming ewes 95 2 26
r7S Wyoming ewes J0 8 SO
2.S8 South ImUota sheep 87 $ M
240 South Lakota sheep Do $ no
1 cull slug , l,io t r
1 V tah buck.i w 3 00
40 cull ewes 99 3 15
4?3 Vtah ewes lul $
219 T'tah ewes 94 8 20
740 Wyoming ewes 107 8
79 Idhho ewes I'll 8 ?S
113 Idaho ewes lul 8 i
4k3 western wethers... 74 8 SO
18 cull lambs $7 8 60
t' Vtah wethers lo3 8 61
in t'tah yearlings 81 8 75
2S6 Idaho wethers 104 8 75
24 yearlings and wethers . . 92 I H
144 Idaho earlliigs and wethers 81 8 h)
93 T'tah wethers., 94 8 65
47 t'tah lambs 47 6 0
5, 3 wethers snd ewes 94 3 51
fi wethi-ts snd ewes V'i I 60
lu9 cull ewes 94 $ 00
4 culls loo 8 00
96 Vtah wethers 87 3 65
I Wvtimlng wethers 80 3 86
Bloak City Live Itork Market.
I.'
am.) CATTLE Receipts, 4uu; market
Hearty; heaves, $, ?-vi;7 M; rows, bulls' sr1
mlre,f, $2..Vi if, Ol; sto kers and fee lers, $ .75
ti-t ycsrllosa sml rnlves, I'f noo, '
Hi vjS-Jirc-ipts, 1 fjx; niarket steady at
$7."Ui.45; bulk, $7.2i.u7.30.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET.
Cattle anal Ifoas
Sheep a ad La
steady fa 9 1 ow
ns ha Lower,
CHICAOO, Aug. 4. C A TTT.F; Receipts,
14X1, Includ.ng 6ml 7'exsna. 3.t westerners;
choice, steady; others slow; good to prime
Steers, aft.on-uK .86; poor to meildim, $47f.,J
7 70; stockers and feeders, $a.,ii5.2S; cows,
$1 $!. 71; heifers, $2 ftiS fO; cnnrs. IIM
52 S"; bulls, $2 6(7i 26; calves. $2 5 50;
1eas steers, $3.i.i5.50; western steers,
$6.rt4J6V
IHHJS Receipts today. 2S.O00; tomorrow,
18.010; left over, Xi; steady ; close slow.
Mixed and butchers. $7 0!47.76; good to
choice, heavy. $7.6i7.s6j rough, heavy,
J7.oo?7.40; light.' $9.81.7.60; bulk of sales
$7.2f.(i7.60. '
SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipts, 22,tl;
sheep and lambs lower. Oood to choice
wethers. $3 6'xii4 00; fair to choice, mixed,
tt bi'nA.en; western sheep, $2.601.00; native
lambs, $3.Rwi6.00; western lambs, $5.75 top.
Official Saturday: Receipts. Shin.
Cattle 74 24
Hoga $,0-10 1,113
Sheep 1,045
St. Ioals Llv toe r Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 4. CATTLE Receipts,
8,000 head. Including 4.500 Texans; market
.J y,:-natlve hipping and expott steers,
$.008.6; dressed beef and butcher steers,
$4.Mjj.60; steers under l.ono lbs., $4.OftS5.20;
stcckers and feedera $J.nvf4.S0: cows and
heifers, $2.7M?0.00; canners, $1 .7fi'7.80; bulls
82.2iVfti4.S0; calves. f5.fr-U6.7S: Texas anrl la.
W,6or' 3 1S'4 '6i cow" and hlfers,
H0O8 Receipts, 1,600 had; , market
j7Uy,:r,R '" "h". t7.4vij-7.6; packers,
$7.4n-ii7.fi5; butchera, $7.ftVrf7.a.
SHkEP AND LAMHS-Hecefpts, 600 head;
rnsrket steady; native muttons, $3.6iir4.ti
lambs, $4 WtjS.OO; culls and bucks, $2,003
4.00; stockers, $2.00Sj3.85.
New Vork Lira Stock Market.
NEW TORK. Aua. 4 ntrirviroirie.
ceipts, 3.434. Oood to choice steers, steady
and strong, others' slow to 10c lower.
Steers. 34.12V,(58.25: new. fanov til no- K,,n
$2.7iV'q4.25; extra fat bulls, $4.IVy6!l5; cows'.
.wri m tiui-duii; caDies were uncnaneed.
CALVES-Hecelpts, 4.022. Veals opened
firm to hljrher and closed easier; butter
milks, $4.(ri(a4.7S.
HOt'lS Recelnta. 7K1S- n,rli,l I.
State hogs, $7.807.90; mixed western, nom
inal. '
SHEEP AND LAMRS Reoelnta isgw
good sheep and strictly prime lambs,
steady; others lower. Sheep $2.12&4 0O;
few extras, $4.40; culls, $2.00; lambs, $4.76
J6.25; choice, W.4O36.50; culls, $4 0031.60.
St. Joseph L1t Stock Market.
8T. JOSEPH. Aur. S.-CATTLE We.
relpts. 2.6S4 head: beet steady, others 10(9
15c lower; natives. $4 . 6ra! . 40 : cows and
heifers, ai.6otn6.2n; veals. $2.75i7i.0O: hulls
snd stags, $2.764w6.25; stockers and feeders.
$3.ROf,.35.
HOOS-Rsjceipts, 8.111 head; steady to 60
lower; light and light mixed. 87.4M7 so-
medium and heavy, $7.40'7.5; pigs, $4,260
6.90; bulk. $7.4007.60.
tnr,t,r-iteeeipts, ,iao bead; slow and
lower.
took la flight.
Tha fnllnwtna fahla, aliAa, 4Ka .,l..- n.
cattle, hogs and sheep at the five principal
markets for August 4: ,
rm Ham si...,.
South Omalia a bis ai 'i
cmcago 18,000 28.0"0
22,000
4,700
b00
8,3iO
Kanaaa City 12.O0O 1,550
St Louis 8.0"0 ' 1.5o0
St. Joseph 2.536 3.111
Totals.
... 45.640 37,642 40.4.9
Wladew Glass Workers Meet.
ruiuuuKti. , Aug. 4. The executive
board of the Window Glass Workers' ss-
nitls ttin aj8J l . 4a.
i8 suvai HBrm i?iy 4,o. JJiwh
KniehtBof Is-abnr have adopted a resolu-
I .UM UWW1 IlltJl ansa L iiu an .amies .1?
4je given to any firm or set of workmen
for the blast of 1902-3 until a majority of
the plants operating 'under the scale de
cide to start work. All workmen snd com
panies, the resolution declares, shsli ac
cept this as their final answer as to the
time fixed for resuming operations, and
any member or members who start to work
before such time will be by such action
outside of .the organisation.
Ianeadlarles Start Forest litre.
' LTONS. Cold.,' Aug. 4.-Ths forest firs
now raging In the region of Allen's park
Is one of the worst ever known In this
part of the state and can be extinguished
only by heavy rains, according to Peter
Jennings, deputy stats land appraiser, who
arrived here today. "1 believe the lire
was started for ulterior purposes." be said
"and I would not be surprised that sooner
or later certain people will apply for timber
privileges In the lire district, hoping to
get them for little or nothing."
Posse la Farsnlt el Mardcrer.
CATLETTSBTJRa, Ky.. Aug. 4-The
sheriff s posse is today pursuing Sylvester
Copley. Jr., who killed John White yester
day at Oakland church during services.
Members of the congregation pursued
Coplejr to the woods at the time, but he
Is still st largo. Copley and White had
previously quarreled.
Gs.00 a coirra
Ona,Ial
WwWIuliwI
Xa $vU DISEASES
mi c.ssnsEns
la years la Caahv
sy?:::li3
tMir-d by tha taUCK-Z-JT,
swXsst u4 meal
naJLttral sz,arl.a . , . . .
baa wt boon dsjaeriBrd.
rtoaMi every alm and sysriDtorn 4tarr,eaj-t
wvp lately and foreww, K "WHjs.AjllNd
vwr C4T in, ciaaaaa oa ma skin er faoei
A ojre that is guaracteod ta ha XMrtnuenl
for Ufa.
innrtiat fg ourad.
li.,.IVUWal.lls Without
Method new,
outunjr, paint
dateatioa from work:
Issriavaneot rur
ruarantaed.
'WtSASC THS fraen Eyraeaa or Vtrrftm.
io N-rv4s DsshlHty nr kxhausti4a, Vit
ijf VeaacskkS with Early LK.-a In Younar
and ViiaUla Aged, Isvck of vim, vigor and
lusiisui, ll -vrasoas UutxUred aa usaa,
TaUOTtrataj ocr4 wlta a new Uorrn
Treatinent, row pain, no oetanuea troa
tuatuaa Mdivy luii Biacdar Troubli
soaaiiatira x". Trakuaet ky LaljL
CUAJXua-S LOW. lie . lta .
fell aa.o U tja.llris) V..n-Uj tiiJi
.0
c
GPCCIALIUT.
Diseases and Llaordara of Meat Oaly
ST Years' Eaperleaeo. 34J Years la
Omaha.
iICiffPn C eured by a treatment
T...r'w'wLLr. which Is tha QUlCKLdT,
asteat and most natural 'that has yat been
Discovered. ti& pain whatever. Treatment
at omce or at home and a permanent cure
guaranteed.
ELCOD DISEASES---30 eQd.,.
Hot Springs lmzn fcr SypMIIs.
And all Blood Poisons. No "BRiA KlXtl
OUT" on the skin or face and ail external
signs of the disease dlaappear at once A
treatment that la more s-icceafcful and far
more satisfactory than tha "old form" of
treatment and at leas than li ALr" THj
COdl". A permanent cure for life
OVER 30.GC3 SK5,,!uKi V.'W
and ail unnatural weaknesses of men
birlcluie. Olrat Kidney and toladuer Lual
uses. Hydrocele, cured pmianei.tly.
t HAHtita LOW, 4 Oftttl l1'ATIUHI CKlu
Treatment by mall. p. o. Bon 7s4.
Ofhce over 214 B. 14 ft street, betwern ar
uu and 1juUs bis., OMAHA. it.j3
ir s
DR. ncGREW
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